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

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

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

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ll Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
ne 24Number 49
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7. 1951
PRICE: TEN CENTS
ek Organized Action To Cope With T
hie Friday morning blasting of the Carver Village Negro set-
|ni which resulted in an estimated damage of some $20,000.
as an ominous preview for three dynamiiings set off the fol-
j Sunday morning.
he Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. 1101 SW 12th
ue. was the target of a 4:30 a.m., dynamiting which shattered
Sndows of the synagogue and blew a 5-foot hole into the
Previously, at 3:57 a.m..
The sudden wave of last week's
bombings came after a lull of
similar terroristic activities which
took place during the High Holi-
patrol cars equipped with
nd liar gas ware rushed a
time in as many days to
Village rear NW 10th At-
and 69th Street, to patrol
red in which an explosion
et off. The third blast was
at 4:43 a.m.. near SW 45th
ne and 5th Terrace.
mdeis-Tampa
jme Sunday
Lnv Friedman led a squad
Brandeis University foot-
ilayers into Miami Beach
. ursclay. primed for their
ertional battle against Tam-
jiversity scheduled for Me-
Field, Sunday.
|m the standpoint of morale,
Ifaltham, Massachusetts grid
ors were ready for the big
which has taken the Beach
orm. Physically, they need-
me hard work under the
9a sun. Coach Friedman
Workouts were on the
lule for all three days re-
|ng before the game, follow -
he team's.arrival.
[ has been pretty cold up at
jam," Friedman said. "It's
down here. We'll need
practises to get somewhat
I to the change in climate.''
Brandeis squad established
juarters at the Lord Tarle-
itel on Collins Avenue, with
knd Walter Jacobs. Lord
Itor.'s well known brothers,
to deprive citizens of freedom
of religion." Steinbrink said.
"Speedy and vigorous investi-
gation by the Federal authori-
ties of those responsible for
these outrages may prevent
similar occurrances which
threaten our democratic way of
life."
Reaction to the telegram was
days when Tifereth Israel North- I v,aried- Local FBI agents felt that
side Cer.ter and TemDle Israel
were threatened with destruction
by anonymous phone calls, signs
and faulty dynamite fuses leav-
ing sticks of explosive undetonat-
ed. During the lull, city officials
had moved to condemn Carver
Village and take it over for mu-
nicipal use in an effort to seek
a way out of the inflammatory
area and the race difficulties it
created. The move was halted
by an injunction brought by Vic-
tor Levine who considered the
move an improbable solution.
A semblance of direction ap-
peared visible last Wednesday af-
ternoon following a meeting of
the -Miami City Commission
convened in an effort to organ-
ize the resulting morass of con-
fusion. Previously, protests, res-
olutions, meetings and demon-
strations by the Ministerial As-
sociation and the Greater Miami
Rabbinical Association sparked
city officials into action
The commission's meeting came
on the heels of Mayor Chelsie
Senerchia's return from Nassau
last Monday and the Rabbinical
Association's discussion with as-
sistant police chief J. A. Youell
on Sunday. Youell promised that
security patrols would be estab-
lished to check all synagogues
in Miami at least every 20 min-
utes, and Senerchia instructed
:i personal job of hosting.
n has anv community f* Chief Walter Headley to
behind a sports event and 'take whatever steos would be
necessary to assure the prottc-
tion of synagogues and housing
areas. Headly had previously
stated that he saw no relation-
ship between the Carver Village
and the synagogue bombings.
Formation of a Cordinating
Committee Against Bombings
was subsequently disclosed by
the Anti-Defamation League of
B'rai B'rith. Gilbert Balkin.
director of the Florida League,
released the text of a telegram
written by Justice Meier Stein-
brink. national chairman. ADL.
and sent to Attorney General
J Howard McGrath. in which
it was urged that the Federal
Bureau of Investigation be
brought into the case. "We
believe that the acts of vio-
lence constitute a conspiracy
it in the way Miami
civic and business leaders
I b. eked the Brardeis-Tampa
The enthusiasm with
[Continued on Page 9 A
Izmann Is 111
aviv (JTA)Dr. Chaim
|i ann, who was officially de- t
pd as gravely ill, showed I
t improvement." according j
official announcement by |
icia s attending him.
first public announcement i
President'! serious condi- |
hv.is broadcast over the gov-
\ nl radio. It said that he !
mtined to bed by an In-
itiation of the respiratory
I". with heart complications. I
the bombings were beyond its
jurisdiction since no civil rights
or Federal ordinances had been
violated. In an effort to hasten
governmental aid, contact was
made with President Harry S.
Truman's personal secretary in
Key West, Florida. The Presi-
dent was quoted as having felt
gravely regarding the Miami ter-
rorism and instructed Secretary
Nash to communicate with the
FBI.
Local support has been ral-
lied around Burnett Roth, vice
mayor of Miami Beach and
prominent in ADL activities.
Roth appeared before Wednes-
day's Miami Commission meet-
ing and laid a list of grievances
before the officials. Subse-
quently. Rabbi Simon April,
spiritual leader of the bombed
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation, implored that there
be no slackening of unified
effort and that all those inter-
ested in uncovering the cul-
prits who committed the bomb-
ings, put themselves under a
single leadership. "The need
is immediate," he said, "since
parents fear sending their
children to religious school. We
must not be intimidated as that
would admit to falling before a
denial of our religious right."
Rev. Edward T. Ullrich, pastor
of Robertson Memorial Church,
Cocor.ut Grove, speaking for the
Ministerial Association, offered
to recruit members of his con-
gregation into an armed guard
that would patrol Miami syna- I
gogues. "The time has come
when we should stand up and be I
counted," he said. Rev. Ullrich's |
offer came closely upon a similar ;
offer made by Police Chief Head-
ly who said he would deputize
residents of the Miami area with' |
power to police, arrest and shoot, '
as he frankly admitted that the
Miami force was short-handed
for the task at hand.
Despite current community-
wide effort in the direction of I
the alleviation of confusion, Mi-
ami's law officers issued a_ direct
appeal to the public for aid and
information. Full protection for!
informants was promised after
Governor Fuller Warren denied
the possibility of calling up the
State Militia.
Headley and Sheriff J. B.
Henderson, in a joint statement
said. "We expect this to give
us the assistance of 500.000
pairs of eyes and ears." Re-
ward offers meanwhile soared
to an official $8,300 with the
City Commission appropriat-
ing S5.000 for extra expenses
and overtime put in by police.
John Bouvier and Malcolm
Wiseheart, co-owners of Carver
Village posted a $2,000 reward.
$1,000 is being offeied by civic
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erronsm
and religious organizations, and
S300 by the Norman Bruce
Brown Jewish War Veterans.
The City of Miami Beach will
give $2,000 for information
leading to apprehension of the
culprits. The Miami City Com-
mission's posting of a $3,000
reward on Wednesday, fills the
official tally.
Most recently, the City Com-
mission reopened the Carver Vil-
lage appropriation question and
recommended once more that the
Miami Housing Authority acquire
the area for the development of
low-cost housing.
I Miami li.-r.ilil Staff PhOto)
Rabbi Simon Apr'l. Spiritual Leader of the Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation, ar.d President H. M. Drewich inspect
the shattered windows.
Hei aid staff Photo)
h J. A. Youel, renter, behind desk), assistant chief oi! potoa. listens ^Jf^USt^SS
f religious and civic leader, for po ice Protection. Ai\ ou.ll. MOb >* ^'J end Congregation.
*iver.s. Others (clockwise) are Rabbi Simon April of Ih M'.i rvich president of the Miami
filbert Balkin of the B'nai B'rith Anti-Defamation League. H. M. W 9 J er of Jh,
W.w School and Congregation. Rabbi Joseph WWMW"' conference of Ch.istians and
ol.ee department. J. W. Whiteh.ad. Florida d.recto.>*J~**?3^lSl Irring Lehrman of the
. Rabbi Morris Skop of the Coral Gab.es Je wish Center, ar.d huki
*umi Beach Jewish Canter.
.Miami Herald staff PhOl >)
Close Up View Of Blasted Windows
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Jacob Blaustein Denies American Jewish
Committee Isolation; Stresses Aid Need
+Jenlst> ncrkftor
FRIDAY, DECEMR^,
\K\v YORK (JA) Statements
accusing the American Jew isfa
Committee of being "anti-Iarael"
and of favoring isolation of
American .lows from other Ji
ish communities were denied at
a press conference here this week
by Jacob Blaustein, president of
the organization. Mr Blaustein
specifically emphasised that the
denial covered, among others, a
statement to this effect issued re-
cently by the American section of
the Jewish Agency
The American Jewish Com-
mittee believes in continued aid
for Israel and in close cultural,
spiritual and economic co-opera-
Uon between American Jews and
the Jews of Israel. Mr Blaustein
said At the same time, he as-
serted, the Committee opposes
an) policy which would affect the
adversely the position of Amer-
ican Jews "We would be derelict
il we did not point out lo Israel
I the pursuance of courses
which American Jews
inimical so them would deter both
on Zionists and many
tn their desire t pful
lo Israel."
.issing the Ameri n Jew-
Committee's resolution of Oc
tobei H. Mr Blaustein said I
was emereb I le appl cation of
sgencj s a ell-know n phil -
p j :. the most n ent ei nts

American Jews as-
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tier advocates nor opposes the
granting Of special status to the
Jewish Agency within brae] as
service agency regarding the re-
settlement and rehabilitation of
immigrants in Israel. That is .<
matter for decision by the Gov-
ernment of Israel and the Zionist
movement.*'
BiK. he continued, the Ameri-
can Jewish Committee is oppose,)
to the basis upon which the
World Zionist Organiation has re-
quested status The Zionists he
said asked to be recognized as
"the representative of the Jewish
people." a tormulatjo:-. Mr Blau-
stein state.'., which "implies that
Jews all over the world are an
entity that COB e represented by
a sincle organization "
The same concept, he said, "un-
derlies the request of the World
i Cot ess that Israel grant
:a". st.-.tus to the World Zion-
ist Organization with regard to
..." Israel in be-
TV.-s point,
he added, wasolik k by
-er Ben-Our:on :n has
le to Anbassador Ebar. re-
n October ^ "Incidental-
ly Mr Blausti
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College-Age Group
At Beach Center
A : ew youth group, comprised
of the college-aged sons and
daughters of members of the Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Center, met
las: week for their organizational
meeting at the home of Rabbi and
Mrs Irving Lehrman.
In addition to making plans
for .the comil n, election of
officers was held. New officers
Morris Pruchfman, president:;
Phyllis Schermer, recording sec-
retary; and Sandra Shuman. cor-
responding ssuetary.
The first activity of the newly
formed group will be an Oneg
Shabiat at the home of the presi-
dent tomorrow afternoon.
Law School Has
New Magazine
The l"n:versitv of Miami Law-
School recently announced the
publication of its latest magazine.
the Civic Forum. Law For The
Layman
t h e primary purpose of the
Civic Forum will be to present
to the layman the law as it af-
fects individuals in everyday af-
fairs In t h e initial issue were
such articles as The Necessity Of
Formal Warrants by Glenn C.
Mincer, State Attorney, and How
To Do Business With Your Mu-
nicipality, bv J. W. Watson. Jr..
Citv Attorney of Miami.
The next issue will appear in
December, and leading experts
in various fields have been cfc
en t lea Among these
art... u Juvenile Delinquen-
Walter H Beck
teal Juvenile C
Child v ... presented
legal angle by Arthur
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by Dr Qi Fisher, pi
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if Mi.
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to the National Council of Jewish Women which implied SlT
a-Box chairman of the Miami Section. Mrs. Barney Hod.. .
quest that members bring pencils, paper and material for kinH?
gartsn children to their recant meeting .t the Shore c?uVh5
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Congregation. Chairman will be
Mrs. Sophia Krantz.
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LdAy. DECEMBER 7. 1951
-Jenisti ncrkgiar
PAGE 3 A
I'll Say...
The Theatre Guild has revived Saint Joan,
imard Shaw's greatest play, perhaps. The ex-
l.nt I5i,>adway production fortifies one's notion
at notwithstanding different conditions and at-
Lhos flumes and warfare, people always act
I ally. Sometimes the rationale is blurred be-
1 i inti rpretattoh. In this play Shaw recaptures
[".', ,u, n "f reality that operated during a par-
fularlv astigmatic situation where a saint was
jmed at the stake by the very agencies she loved
id trusted.
ICES AND VISIONS
The impossible is virtually achieved in por-
Lying J ian "> Arc as tne. healthy, normal teen-
who is perfectly rational about everything
pt her "voices and visions". Unswerving
fedlenci to the voice of heaven lands her on the
Enm-i >take. Relief of Orleans, crowning the
tazy Dauphin at Rheims, as well as other great
fcvices to France, are all ignored when her non-
It convictions clash with politics and religion.
lur centuries later she is canonized by the same
lurch which excommunicated her for heresy and
Inded her over to the English secular authorities
burning.
WRCH TRIUMPHANT
In the participation of the trial by the Church-
en, Shaw, without unfairness to Rome, enables
ie non-Catholic mind to grasp the enigma of
lurch (iisnitaries sending a human being to the
kmes. In the play neither the Inquisitor nor
Bter Cauchon, Bishop of Beauvois, are monsters
irsting for human blood. They even see quite
arly that Joan Joan of Arc is neither witch
t>r heretic. But in her staunch spirit, they detect
ie ferment of Protestantism. For them the
jiurch of Rome is the divine agency that stands
iremost *nd paramount in human affairs. Any
son who opposes his or her innermost con-
ations- t > the authority of the church is neces-
ilv ; -^relic and must suffer the penalty. If
dissenter is obviously a pure heart and honest
Bernard Shaw's Saint Joan
character then Satan has entered and corrupted
his soul. It is better for that person's body to
suffer pain for 15 minutes than for his soul to
burn in hell's fire throughout all eternity.
INFALLIBILITY
Joan believed implicitly that God spoke to her
through Saints Elizabeth and Catharine. The
accredited representatives of the church branded
her voices and visions as false and temptations
of the Devil. They demanded recantation of her
utterance. She refused and suffered martyrdom.
This sums up a lurid chapter in history with Joan
of Arc as the symbolic figure cf conscience re-
fusing to bend before infallible authority.
Unquestionably Roman Catholicism brought
benefits to mankind. The church was the only-
agency that could restrain or frighten the German
barbarians as they poured into Western and
Southern Europe at the crack-up of the Roman
Empire. Its ethics and moral teachings helped to
soften and civilize the cruel and the savage of the
Dark Ages. Nevertheless, it was a sad day for
humanity when the Church of Rome arrogated to
itself supreme infallibility in the domain of faith
and morals. Billions and billions of humans were
consigned to eternal damnation unless they be-
lieved that the Pope was God's vicar on earth.
PERSECUTIONS
It was inevitable for Jews, outside the Chris-
tian pale, to become victimized by this ideology
of absolutism. Not that they were the worst suf-
ferers. The fiercest vials of wrath were poured
out upon those Christians who rebelled against
Papal authority. Fire and sword were visited
upon the Hussites of Bohemia, the Waldenses of
England, the Huguenots of France and the many
heretical sects that sprang up during the Middle
Ages. The Albigensians of France were virtually
genocided.
Like Joan of Arc, the Jews could have been
liquidated. Instead, they were placed in a special
category, somewhere between infidels and her-
etics. A limited, after a fashion, protection was
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
accorded them not as of right but by a con-
temptuous act of grace to be withdrawn at will.
A propaganda of hat kept churning without ces-
sation. Killers of God, they and their remotest
descendants were to expiate for the alleged un-
speakable crime at Calvary and Galgotha. In-
famy, contempt, disdain, ridicule, oppression and
loathing surrounded and covered them like a mist.
Their movements were restricted, their clothing
marked, their activities curtailed, their occupa-
tions limited, their residence confined within
tightly packed neighborhoods of squalor. By the
time this era of persecution was over, Jews had
suffered all the curses foretold in Deuteronomy.
How they survived is the unexplained miracle
of history.
CLERICAL FEARS
Joan of Arc and Jewry were guilty primarily
of the same offense. Both had the temerity to set
up their own beliefs and opinions as against the
collective wisdom, experience and authority of
the Church. Both incurred ecclesiastical dis-
pleasure. And since persecution is motivated by
a sense of insecurity, both were the victims of
clerical hostility born of anxiety for the survival
of their system revered as sacred and inviolate.
DEATH AND TRANSFIGURATION
But even in death mazel is necessary. Had the
Man of Nazareth lived 40 years longer, he would
probably have been taken captive in the Jewish
War with Rome and sold in a slave market of
Antioch or Alexandria. Jesus expiring on the
cross became the most influential figure in his-
tory. And if Joan of Arc had been left alone, she
might have died a senile nun, mumbling about her
voices and visions to the amusement of the young
novices Today, the burning fagots around her
auto-da-fe still blaze with undiminished vigor, a
beacon light to the oppressed of all nations.
Perhaps Jewry has lived too long. Had Judea
ended her miracle story in vanquished Jerusalem,
the Jews would have gone down the greatest,
strangest, purist and loftiest nation of all time.
,harlash Lectures
:or Workmen's
,irc!e Series
I The W jrkme.-.'s Circle Branch-
in conjunction with their
^omen's Clubs and the Farband,
; sponsoring a series of lectures
tic ..liter and literary critic,
Infes: I. Charlash.
]The 1 ctures are scheduled to
prt today with a reception given
y the Farbar.d, at v/hich time
'rofessc; Charlash will speak a-
out cum nt political events. To-
Proj. I. Charlash
r.orrov.. December 8th, under the
luspices of Branch No. 692, his
Ubject v.ill be American Derr.oc-
acy in World Crisis. On Sunday,
fcceml r 9th, at Branch No. 699,
"e will lecture on Y. L. Peretz
n connection with the writer's
00th anniversary, and on Tues-
y, December 11th, as guest of
'- S Branch No. 1050, he will
inalyze, in English, the new novel
t Shokm Asch, Moses. The De-
cmbei 7th, 9th ard 11th lec-
ures will be held at 1545 SW
>rd Street, with the Saturday
ecture scheduled for 25 Wash-
n8ton Avenue, Miami Beach. All
alks will start at 8 p.m.
Professor Charlash, who has
*en in this country for 10 years,
aught in Riga, Latvia and lee-
red at the University of Yo-
hannesburg, South Africa. At
Present, he is connected with the
Teacher's Seminar in-New York
where he lectures on history and
literature.
In connection with Jewish
Book Month. Professor Charlash
*i(l be guest speaker on Simon
Aden's Jewish Hour. Station
f E C Sunday, December
'6"i. at 11:00 a.m., and on the
Jime day, at 2 p.m., will lecture
}?. the Golden Age Club of the
V'ly Bi inch. Greater Miami Jew-
SJ Community Center. 450 SW
iin Avenue, on the subject
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Mmtalftcrkfetr)
EDITORIAL
It ii in ilia I ion vs. \< linn
Last Friday's bombing of Carver Village was
a severe shock. It came on the heels of silenced
vandalism against several Miami synagogues.
Local enforcement agencies have been firm
in their purpose; come what may, they would
do nothing to catch the culprits. But if inaction
had to be accepted by Miami residents, they also
had to accept something worsethe false prom-
ise that fear would prevent further incidents. No
sane individual, it was assumed, dared perpe-
trate new destructive acts now that officials and
the community were aroused.
Carver Village has proven otherwise. The
bombing of the Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation last Sunday morning set as a seal on
the Negro offense the fact that sanity was not
being reckoned with either among offenders or
their victims. "I am mine own executioner,"
John Donne, the English metaphysical poet, once
said. His words here are a specific case in point.
While we can not vouch for the level of intelli-
gence of the bombers, we certainly have cause
to examine the methods which we employ in
combatting their wanton destruction.
To say that the bombings are "un-American"
is no method, whatsoever. Such glib terminology
arouses our ire, encourages the wrath of our
neighbors and places us in the light of outraged
justice; the catch phrase can do nothing more.
We can go one step further. We can wonder
sympathetically on the nature of the demented
mind that destroys in the name of Americanism;
in doing this, we only bathe further in the light
of personal superior sense that could not moti-
vate us individually to commit similar crimes.
What true method do we have to combat those
who disregard our rights as free citizens? We
MJSA Views 1&52
The United Jewish Appeals meeting
lanhc City on December 14th. comTr?9 "
moment. w a'
Jewish leaders will convene at ,im
selective immigration for Israel is 0nTi
cussed, when reports fill the press of SI Y
tion among new Israeli citizens and 2
Jewish State's economic needs are e*rvl V
terms of hundreds of millions. eJtPreedi
UJA's contribution before and after the Wj
of Liberation has been enormous Now i
set for itself the task to contribute even mom
S35.000.000 goal set for the four cS
months of 1951, will be a major aspect ofdu
sion revolving around the need to evacuate).
ish populations whose existence may be obK
ated by momentary upheaval in Eastern Eu
and the Moslem World.
Jewish leaders will also find themselves ba
with the problems inherent in receiving and
(grating displaced persons in America
all, however, they will call upon American
at large to aid in turning the tide of crisis in is
which threatens to undermine the orderly re
tion and settlement of homeless immigrants.
We must not falter in our purpose of auanui
ing UJA's leadership effort directed toward tho
whose very lives depend upon it.
THOROUGH EXAMINATION
may act collectively under a unified leadership
and force public officials wholeheartedly to ac-
cept the responsibility of uncovering the culprits.
Last week's bombings are no personal matters.
They represent an attack against specific demo-
cratic principles. We dare not permit furthcj
destructive acts; such a lackadaisical attinid
would augment the courage of the bombers a
lend credence to the ideal under which they op
ate. For by doing nothing, the community
mits sui generis that no crime has been
mitted.
"Between You and Me" t
By BORIS SMOLAR
(Copyright, 1951. Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Inc.)
THE HOME FRONT:
Whether one agrees or dis-
agree ::.. Maclvei Report,
no one denies now that Prof.
Maclver has done a great service
Ji wish community by em-
I '- the need for ch ingea in
na ZIONIST Monn;.
ting *IOWIST MO
' 'try This is especially
after the de-
the ZOA is engaged in a quiet
fight with the Hadassah and the
Labor Zionists in this country
The ZOA charges the other
two groups with attempting to
cut in half the ZOA representa-
tion on the board of the Amer-
ican Keren Hayesod ... A de-
mand for
the reconstitution of
break wil = a .7 ^ lVfs ..." pu.1 frward stood alone, but had the full sup- weeK-ena. adopted a program
that somt o h h Jointly bv the Hadassah and the port of the non-Zionists in Amer-1 Projects in this country and
ns of he NfflipT" SS Zlomsts s"ch recon- ica. and even of Christian groups "el wh.ch will entail a budget
uns. ot the NCRAC Spe- sutution must inevitahW rfislnriop r,r>H nfti. a.-----;.,_ \w*l"r stTsnnnn or mi. ,, ernni
Israel experiences The 400-
page volume has a good deal to
say on America's role in bringing
about the establishment of the
Jewish State, and especially on I
the role of American Jewry .1 -*"-nj\_/ \j miinenaua
The author emphasizes that in I a' Administrative Cuuncil of
the struggle for the creation of i Zionist Organization of Ameri"
Israel, the Zionists no longer Iat a two-day conference here 1
Jt hud the full sup- j week-end. adopted ,. program^
projects in this country and!
ZOA Council
Adopts Program |
CHICAGO (JTAlTheNatkt
S^SSL&fJ^sSi SFV^'Wr TJZSSSnSZ EXE as arm :s_
J" !>h.,;,.Z?A .from_lts. Pffnt_ leading ment_. He also records the fact will be needed for the Amen
Studies will be accepted bv
after the bainine is over
all
f the Zionist Organiz-
ation of America are elated over
utcome of the meeting of
position in the American Keren
Hayesod which practically con-
trols the United Palestine Ap-
peal .
*
MARCH OF TIME:
th plenary "' "utcon.e of the meeting of The best and most up-to-date
: the Nati nal Co. train- !lt,r Administrative Council in history of the Zionist movement
ity Relations Advisory Council in vi^? \ ,Som,e f h* Ne has now made its appearance in
intic City No matter how ^"rk ''"'<' I-ft for Chicago in this country*. It is Rufus Lear-
::.:. i-i>n t. .1 '' Pessimistic mood but returned si's Fuifiiim..n ^,.m,uj u..
interpret! (i ? u to New \ nrk in high spirits
ide or the othi r, they in-
even the Anti-Di I .
igue and the American
risl Committ trong oppo-
nts "f th Maclver Report
agree that a structural chang>
eded in the field of community
lions .. All they insisted is
that such cl .uld nol
imposed but rather come through
voluntaU among the
": -' involved This
the meaning of the basic di "'
sions .idontfH :,i ihi. Ail-.nti r-,... this is e
iiit-ju rte aiso records tne tact ""' ^ "u '' ie n
that Ben-Gurion. in all his public Portion of the program.
addresses in the United States, The program calls for the i
avoided mention of Zionism in a tablishment in Israel of tin :r
desire to win over all elements of schools and an American busin
American Jewry to Israel college, in addition t> the recrt..
The book is written with deep ment in this country of technical
iionist movement I ly-trained chalutzfm who si
bring to the Jewish state mud
needed professional and media
cal skills and teachers to tnu^
Israelis in many vocations.
hMt *r>A ..< ,,~ j4 ""*- Ior lne Zionist movemen
tho 7, n?- up-,0-da,t nd in a very popular style .
(II I fit* /.hinKT mnv.m\int r r J
>lrl.. ;ilh I oils
Aliens To lteport
Attorney General J. Howard
McGrath last week reminded all
Fulfillment." published bv
=K.. the World Publishing Company
cafic.n.XX, ^ X 5?* SM' : VTh au,hor ls newoimer
tTvi P? ^"S'dered indica- in the field of Jewish history .
i^t or i..e mood of the Zionist Another hook of his -i hictnrv MeCrath i n *" ii numi m. num.
-iH-nt in the United States ,?f th. t.,.-,.k I i histor> aicoiatn last week reminded all tered a* Mcond-ci^t. matter M
And it is resit .h XL ?futhl Jewish peoplewas pub- aliens that they must admit cur- '*>, at the Poit Offiet ot Ml.
nVthat ti vAX i, dc" llshed uv0 >'ears a and 's also rent address reports through anv nlz under ,h Act M,rch .l'
the appointment of a to" jS%t of JeTisTsffslrs ff J;muaiv i95$ cept one'
ZOA policy committee as well as tc anv Jew\vho I\l ^. authorized temporary
xpected. m vie ol the to unde ".. nd Jewish lltorv JftSS TX notlfv the Commis.
x months r i..Rwr*r is deter- The^Sne^IofUtaeSr ^writ- a I?t.',.n w "hf ra,,,on %$ "W'
.,. ^dl rthereach. ---dto establish a elear-cut pol- ten under the fresh^impression of curr ,,W i ^ D f'i h'S :
ing Of such a voluntary agree- 'l> "" r"' P""' '"' the ZOA on the establishment of the Jewish thXoTfXr X f /'thm !en dayS
During these s,x months gnW 'und-rauing in the United State-And it is rev ews-a n d a25ft?mZ dwm5- the Same i
there will be plenty of bargain- ftate Wt" > the relation- analyzes-the bond between th- a succeeding year,
ing among all Jewish groups sn'p between American Zionists land of Israel and the DeoDle of Ar8y'e R- Mackey. Commis-
and Israel Most interesting is Israel during the entire interva S'.ne.r of Immigratiorv and Natur-
7n. V hat fo,V ,he first ,imc in of 19 centuries, up till the 195 S*?tkm' sJa,ed that th^ Immi-
unanimous decision is reached bv nuiory all members of the World Zionist Congress in lorn and Na"-l"i" =
'"" ,R 'O" "?' "-'--- 'national executive of the organ- salem Even Premier David
dKTo^J^JS ,hC ChicaR B^n-Gurion's vis"it to The JSted
B;X KIEE>" H'^-"- "sa i ..........
"* IN5P.RE0 BVMATTATH.45 MO w9~~^^Tr^r:. KI6LEV 8. 571
all Jewish
Since each group enjoys full auto
nomy This meai s that if no '7h^
unanimous decision is reached bv
June 16. 1952. the Anti-Defama-
tion League arfb the American
Jewish Committee can still leave
the National Community Rela-
tions Advisory Council How-
ever. it is safe to predict that no
gration and Naturalization Ser-
vice will make available forms
for submitting the required re-
ports at all Post Offices. He em-
phasized that the address report
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R1DAY. DECEMBER 7, 1951
-JewlsfiFhrldian
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Brandeis University Expands Facilities
In Face Of Nation-Wide Enrollment Fall
While

it i coast are beginning to feel the
B8 as
than : >t student body more
- 4X increasing in numbers but its faculty
StfiS thecampusg ,: aSftSSlS
of build,,. t^^unoswrcntne rumblings
of hammers as ore buildin* after I Sf- ;,nr,tN,- ......_____,..: thc .Scho nn,h., >m- oitiooi is Leonard fc
another nears completion. Star:- 1 conductor and composer.
107 fr ^^nWRh,naHPilH ^ f I WhCn Brandeis filSt PCd
' revS ''tn-Biandcis has grown | doors to admit students in 1948.
imv i 8 iK, wry space was added to house Middlesex College, the new Urn-
he in lux of students. In 194- occupied eigh Sings.
I1, ^ft? & ,?i!W 2.50': Since lh* Physical plant
Edna Sachs, Director of Dramatics, and Robert Strassberg.
Director of Music at the Hebrew Academy, take time out to check
the score of Musical Cavalcade Of Life, which will be staged at
Copa City during the fourth annual dinner event. Saturday.
December 16th. Shown in inset is Valoria Mamches. ten year old
elocutionist, rehearsing her lines.
[Musical Cavalcade Of Life Will
I Highlight Hebrew Academy Dinner
The Musical Cavalcade of Life, a dramatic musical extrava-
I.' depicting five different themes including America And Dc-
,, ra >. Arts. Faith, Scholarship, and Pattern For The Future.
ill highlight the Hebrew Academy's fourth annual dinner at
v. on Saturday, December 16th. *
'usual is written and di-1
by Dr. David S. Andron, I
Last year's roster listed 460 stu-
dents. When classes began this
fall, 650 students were on hand,
and for the first time the Uni-
versity has a full complement of
four undergraduate classes. Keep-
ing pace with the growth of the
student body has been the ex-
pansion of the faculty, which now
numbers 72 members, an increase
of tifty percent over last year.
The University opened in 1948
with 13 instructors.
Course offerings too are being
expanded. While the University
retains its four academic divi-
sions, the Schools of Science, So-
cial Science, Humanities and Cre-
ative Arts, intensified offerings
are being given in the physical
and biological sciences, as well as
in the foreign languages such as
Russian, Arabic and Hebrew. This
fall the University announced, the
opening ot its fourth undergradu-
ate curriculum division, the
expanded to include new class-
room facilities, laboratories, audi-
torium, dormitories, recreational
and athletic facilities. Last year
saw the opening of the Ridge-
wood Quadrangle, an ultra mod-
ern urit of dormitories tor nun.
Now nearing completion is a dou-
ble dormitory unit for women,
which will be ready for occupan-
cy early in the winter. These dor-
mitories give the fledgling uni-
versity some of the most modern
housing facilities to be found on
any college campus.
Color, ethnic origin and creed
don't count for anything at Bran-
deis University, first Jewish
sponsored nor.sectarian institution
of higher learning in the United
States. Until the student arrives
on the campus the faculty doesn't
know anything about him except
his academic potentialities. The
University's application blanks
ask no questions about race or
religious belief. Both students
and faculty are coming to repre-
sent all groups in American life.
Dr. Abram L. Sachar, Brandeis
president, sees the growth ol
dent body, faculty, curriculum,
and facilities as part of .-, plann<
program which will span th
riod of the University's ini
to full Hedged maturity "in ;.
ural, graceful manner."
Shortly, the firs! Brandt i
ity football team will'journey to
Miami, for a post-season grid con-
test with the University of -I,,
pa at Miami Beach. The Brai
eleven completed their initial
vaisity season with four wins and
four losses. The game will
played on Sunday. December 9th,
2 p.m.. at the Memorial Stadium,
and is being sponsored by local
business aid civic leaders act-
ing as "foster alumni" of the Uni-
versity. Proceeds ot the game will
go to augmenting Brandeis' ex-
pansion program.
Menorah Hadassah
Highlighting the December
meeting of the Menorah Group of
Hadassah will be a reading by
Mrs. Alfred Stone on Youth Ali-
yah, Hadassah's program for
cringing displaced and homeless
children into Israel.
The meeting will lane piace
on Monday, December 10th, 1:30
p.m., at the Coral Gables Jewish
Center. In observance of Henri-
etta Szold Day, Wednesday, De-
cember 12th, several members
will hold fund-raising luncheons
and card parties in their homes.
Chairman of these luncheons is
Mrs. Samuel Stark.
the various committees in behalf
of the annual program will be
:it of tne Academy and is ; ma(je at a Spccjal Achievement
the direction of Edna Luncheon to bo held in the Vic-
tor Hotel on December 10th. Mrs.
uiuh r
Sachs. Director of Dramatics, and
Strassberg, Director of | Louis Stafkovsky. chairman, will
usic. Choral groups, soloists,
dance t nsembles and elocution-
lists ir. the 6 to 11 age group will
|ir.ake up the cast.
Burnett Roth, city councilman
Isr.d vice-mayor of Miami Beach
land general chairman of the an-
Ir.iial event, is spearheading the
[committee's efforts to insure the
[sneers.-, of the fourth yearly par-
ity designed to implement the
[general fund of the Academy as
[well as to record the achieve-
ments ol its students during the
| current scholastic year.
Another feature of the affair
[will be the annual recognition
| liven those who worked zealous-
ly in creating the Academy's an-
Inual Pictorial Journal which last
yea: received an award for out-
standing .journalistic effort. Mrs.
David S. Andron, director of the
journal, and Mrs. Sam Cohen,
president of the women's divi-
sion, are coordinating activities
i- this year's production of the
[ Academy's journal.
Recognition of the efforts of
dispense special commendations
to those who have been unusually
diligent in working for the suc-
cess of the project.
Urge Fund Planning
Th_' Jewish federations and
welfare funds throughout the
country were urged to work to-
ward greater central planning
and the budgeting of "free dol-
lars for Israel's greatest priority
needs. One of the resolutions em-
phasized the importance of con-
tinued efforts to strengthen the
programs essential in meeting Is-
rael's most imperative problems.
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miDAY. DECEMBER 7, 1951
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Personally Speaking
Mrs. Louis Zeientz, of 337 NE 28th Street, executive secre-
,aiy of Temple Israel of Miami, was recently named to the
National Board of the National Association of Temple Secre-
taries. # ^ #
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pearl, of 1100 SW 23rd Avenue. Miami.
at entertaining Mrs. Beatrice Stevenson. New York Citv
+ r'
Ben Zion Ginsburg, vice president of the Miami Beach
Zionist Organization, has just returned from Chicago where
he attended a session of the National Zionist Administrative
Council, of which he is a member.
* + *
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Clein visited former Miamians, Mr. and
Mrs. Daniel Dubbin, now of Jacksonville, during the Thanks-
giving holidays. On Thanksgiving Day, they were in Mont-
gomery, Alabama, with Mr. and Mrs. Edward Clein.
Celebrating the arrival of their son. Laurence Stuart, last
Thursday, November 29th, at Doctors Hospital, are Mr. and Mrs.
Bernard Saffer. 3321 SW 21st Street. Miami. Grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Berger and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Saffer. all
of Miami.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Babock announce the birth of their
daughter at Mount Sinai Hospital last Friday night. Maternal
grandparents are the Mendelsohns, Miami Beach restaurateurs.
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[Judith Wolpert To W
The engagement of their
I daughter. Judith Brooks, to Jorge
Mango Sar.in, head of the archi-
tecture engineering firm Arango
and Murtra. Bogota, has been an-
nounced ty Mr. and Mrs. George
Wolpert, 1"6 SW 16th Avenue,
I Miami.
The wedding ceremony, with
I only immediate family members'
present, will take place on De-
Icember 14th. Following a New
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The bride-elect, who has been
with the State Department in Bo-
gota. Colombia, for the past two
years, is the granddaughter of
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Brooks of
Ather.s, Georgia, and Mrs. Joseph
Socol of Miami. She is a gradu-
ate of the Miami High School and
received her degree Irom Welles-
lev College. While attending the
Massachusetts college, she was
elected to Phi Beta Kappa and
was also named a Durant honor
scholar.
Mr. Sanin. a graduate of the
Catholic University of Chile, also
studied at Harvard. He is presi-
dent of the Colombian National
Society of Architects.
Le^ine0 BTnnWol1 S'ft^j"' J2t "^J*! ^sdas WilSm iS wSSMS Wifl?
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More than 300 Jewish students at the University of Miami were
present at the recent dedication ceremony of the site for the
posed Hillel House.
Addressing the students. Mrs.
pro-
Henry Monsky. national Hillel
commissioner, spoke on the significant role Hillel plavs on campuses
all over the world.
"You have to reject shallow
optimism," she said, "in order to
create your own Utopia." In this
regard, she also stated that Juda-
ism and Democracy were at stake
in the fight against spiritual
Also on the program with Mrs.
Monsky were Dr. Charles Doren
Tharpe, Dean of the School of
Liberal Arts, who presented the
! deed to the site to Walter C. Kov-
,ner, president of the Greater Mi-
despotism which seeks to destroy ami Hillel Council; Mary B. Mer-
i ritt. Dean of Women: Dr. Irwin
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Augmenting her remarks con-
cerning the purposes of Hillel,
Mrs. Monsky indicated that lead-
ership was needed to carry on
the traditions of Judaism and the
perpetuation of concepts of re-
ligious and other personal liber-
ties.
"In this light," she said, "let
us consider Hillel and other in-
stitutions of similar religious im-
port the instruments we must
use to create a new world of self-
respect."________________________
Beth David Annual Meet
The Annual Meeting and eke
tion of officers and directors c r
the Beth David Synagogue w&s.
held last Wednesday evening fol
lowed by Memorial Services for
members who departed during
the year.
Ofiicers elected for the I92
term are Bernard H. Sterling
president, who will serve for i
third term; Harry Gordon, 1st
vice president; Frank Rose, 2n..l
vice president: John Feller, re-
cording secretary; Sidney Pozer
financial secretary; Daniel Sei-
ott. treasurer: and Harry Simon
assistant treasurer.
Beiler. professor of Religion; Rev.
Ward. Episcopal minister and di-
rector of the Canterbury Club;
Dr. Don Michaelson. director of
Hillel House: Marie Volpe. direc-
tor of Music: Rabbi Morris Skop.
spiritual leader of the Coral Gab-
les Jewish Center: and Harold
Turk, general chairman.
Rabbi Skop consecrated the site
of the new House for which
pledges now total $50,000.
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FRIDAY, DECEMBFR n
Jewish Vocational Service Moves
To Orqanize Guidance Foundation
Mini its emer-
,: of new
clients ol
Service Bur-
. the Jt wis Ser
voted ]asl place
e the Greater Miami J>.>:.
Federation a move which w.>uld
point." Kramer -^aid. "six per-
sons are receiving on-the-job

Riven then: by F< will
soon be cut
earn enough to SU|
elves." Saving to the com-
munity "represents a total ol ap-
is; a vocational proximately $5,000," he added.
r the youth of "as ., result : the Shop's suc-
cess
Emil J, G uld, chairman of the En-.il Gould indicated that fu-
e, presided ovei et- ture plans of the Service involved
Seven Seas Restaurant activity toward upgrading per-
and heard Ha: er, execu- sons placed and handling some
tor. report on JVS ac- 20 new cases expeettd by March
of next year.
tivines to dati
Stating that the Service had
I :..,(.;: 309 r.ew Americans since
its inception one and a half years
ago. Kramer also indicated that
only 4 unemployed and 5 unem-
trloyables remain as cases for dis-
pensation. He also explained that
of the 309 person placed. 240
were Jewish relugeis. 17 had
been clients of the Jewish Social
Service Bureau and 52 were un-
...:ted cases dealt with bv JVS
"In light of our success in the
area of placement," he stated,
"'we have been thir.king about
establishing a vocational service
for the vouth of Miami.'' Kramer
previously had indicated that Mi-
ami was the only city in the
United States with a Jewish pop-
ulation of 25.000 or over that did
not have such a service. Both
the executive director and the
chairman reported that many
Pictured above is architect Norman M. Giller's conception of the proposed Hillel House to be
built on the University of Miami campus. The structure will cost $150,000. Hillels dr.ve fot ihe
sum began three weeks ago and has thus far netted $50000.___________________________
tly. The recordof the Serv- young people fresh out of high
ice's Thrift and Workshop, he
said, was equally impressive.
Located at 2073 N\V 7th Aven-
ue, the Shop has as it spei^fic
function the training of new
A:r.entans for ultimate integra-
tion into the area. 'At this
Malcontents Agree To
Remain For New Try
TEL AVIV (WNS) The re-
i discontent among Jews
irom India who settled in this
v.untry will | ted by
. wish Agency, it was dis-
. -i.; here following ,, sitdown
v 150 Indian Jews who -,_ _, -
inst the conditions f tun nvvrtjiaiifs
I which they were living.
school had come to them for
guidance concerning the choice
( of vocation.
The functiort^.bf the guidance
service would be "to explore the
possibility of handling transients
! who need aid in procuring po-
, sitions and thus of decreasing
, the possibility of juvenile delin-
quency." Most specifically, how-
i ever, it would cater to the needs
of young Miami residents.
Gould explained that the Jew-
ish Vocational Service would not
commit itself to expansion until
the extent and the degree of
need were first determined.
After consulting with Agency
:roup agreed to re-
n tO 1 3 in Bee.
and t _.. .:. Israel another
ncj .i- i ported to
the discontented
Jews that if their prob-
- ,.: not solved arrangements
,;dt for them to return
I India.
In the meant: .' i| was declar-
ed by Dr. Emanuel Gisvan^er.
'.-.ad '-..-... mmission that earlier
-tic:' corn plaints by In-
Jews, that the currer.t com-
; taints were "tremendous" ex-
aggeration^. He ascribed
complain'.s
i actors.
to "psyc.-.ological'
Installs Of fiver*
The Ciub Everglades, Branch
No. 1050. is having its installa-
tion Dinner Dance on Sunday.
December 9th. 7 p.m.. at the Pre-
view Lounge.
Guest speaker for the affair
will be Norman R. Lyons, attor-
ney and news caster. Officers
to : i installed are: Mrs. Evelyn
Weiner. president: Mrs. Sam
Grossman, vice president; Miss
Kitty Laber. corresponding secre-
tary: Mr. F. Amsterdam, record-
ing secretary; Harry Schuldiner.
treasurer; and Mrs. Florence
the Grossman, hospitalor.
Holland Views
War Support
BARTOW"It is clear to me
after com pleting nearly 5.000
miles of travel over Florida sir.ee
the recess of Congress that the
people of this state are ready to
shoulder any burden that is nec-
essary to win if we get into an
all out shooting war. but feel they
have reached the limit on taxes
and government expense to meet
the present type of limited
emergency," Senator Spessard L.
Holland declared today as he ap-
proached the closing days of his
six-weeks visiting and speaking
tour.
Holland is placing an early bid
for the next Senatorial Contest.
"I also find the average citizen
is supporting the Congress in its
investigations." the Senior Sena-
tor continued, "and he demands
that Congress continue to exer-
cise this spirit of independence."
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Shimshun Cement factory at
Hartuv before his departure
for the United States. This fac-
tory is being expanded and
homes for workers are being
bbilt with funds invested
through Israel's Independence
Bond Issue. Upon his arrival at
New York's Idlewild Airport
Heft). Chief Rabbi Unterman
described the Isra'al Independ-
ence Bond Issue as "the key to
the entire economic future of
our country."
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Council Of Jewish
Approves NCRAC
CHICAGO (JTA)A resolu-
tion approving the measures vot-
ed last week by the National
Community Relations Advisory
Council with regard to the imple-
menetation of the recommenda-
tions contained in the Maclver
Report was unanimously adopted
here by the 20th General Assem-
bly of the Council of Jewish Fed-
erations and Welfare Funds.
The resolution said that the
basic principles adopted by the
NCRAC have established a
framework for the implementa-
tion of th" Maclver recommenda-
It calls for regular report-
ing ti> the communities on the
ress being made, so that the
iiunities may budget more
effectively in 1952 for community
relations work.
In another resolution, the As-
sembly reaffirmed its support of
the four-point program for Is-
rael, stressed the need for the
'fullest co-operative planning,
both nationally and locally, to as-
sure the most effective use of
manpower and resources as well
as co-operative arrangements for
timing, publicity and other rela-
tionships." The resolution urged
extension of co-operative plan-
ning and co-ordination proce-
dures on local and national levels.
A third resolution emphasized
the need for cash collections on
welfare fund pledges in view of
the crisis in Israel and the press-
ing needs overseas and at home,
and called on all communities for
all efforts to secure maximum
cash collections from now to the
end of the year. The Assembly
also voted an expression of grati-
tude to the President and Con-
gress for aid granted Israel
through a grant-in-aid and a fur-
ther Export-Import Bank loan,
the technical assistance program
and through the sale and gift of
surplus commodities.
Another resolution noted that
although the Jewish National
Fund will not be a direct part-
ner in the United Palestine Ap-
peal in 1952, it will, nevertheless,
continue to receive support from
will consequently require its con-
the UJA and the welfare funds
turning co-operation in commun-
ity campaigns,
T e importance of local and
Jw/ffW^fe>^
Federations
Implementation
national service agencies in the
tT?meu of a S0Und Amer-
can Jewish life was pointed out
n another resolution adopted by
the Assembly. Maximum co-oper-
ation between local Jewish wel-
fare funds and national and over-
seas agencies was urged in a
resolutlon whjch alsQ urged cQn
tmued act.on to liminate unnec-
e^saryju^d^rajsjngjjppeai^
Sharett Says Israel Supports Pakistan
WS F?r 0isar|nament Conference
ers should discuss disarmament UonofW2&i a"t ParticiPa-
Moshe Sharett. Israel Forcien ment L tateS 1" the disaa-
Minister, said this week inTS PJgram and the establish-
Political Committee of the link I S f U,ted Nations disarma-
ed Nations General Assemblv n ,} ma.lnl"ery under the aus-
At the same time, the Israeli P "* f the SeCUnty Council-
American Jews Raise
One Billion In Decade
r..A,merifan Jew'sh community
00ndnnn1tlO.l!S raised over *.000.-
rrfffih" the PaSt decade to meet
Philanthropic needs in Israel
FreISmeaS a"d at home, Julian
rieernan, president of the CJFWF
said last night addressing The As
sembly. -The magnificient
fn th Vem,CntS of American Jewry
hi n tf,ttry'n^ tlmes would have
been utterly impossible without
the development of central year-
round community organization "
he declared.
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LEGAL NOTICE
Ti i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND cor DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
-.., No. 140210-F
I'.U.I.AS INVESTMENT CO,
Plaintiff,
i.i:\\ liENDLE DONOVAN and,
her unknown snoiie
-' ai. IV ndanta
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
I.K.N I BENDLE DONOVA N
married, her unknown
if living and. if dead, all
i 'i heirs, devisees, legatees,
i redftors or other pai -
ilmlns by, through, under
I gainst the......v.- named !><
[nil nts, who are nol known to
< 'i or alive; and all i"
tlea otherwise ): IihIiik
I lit. title, claim or Interest
to the following describ-
;' l>ri iierty, to a II
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inshlu 58 South, Ranc* :::
'-"I. lying nml iifiiiK in Dade
' ounty, hlorlda
. .ARK HBRBBY NOTIFIES}
1 I' if (' described property has
'lied gainst you, ami you are
."' serve copy of your Ana-
1 idlng to tin- Bill of Oom-
the Plaintiffs attorneys,
. '" l ver Mulloy, 804 Ingraham
Miami, Pi.....la, Bnd file the
Clark of the Circuit Court
the nth day ..f January,
Ise ;i l >.-, ..,. pro (ronfeaao
i ,-,'',-','''''' a-alnat you.
iMI I, nt Miami. Florida, this 5th
hi ol December. A.I>. 1951
' B. LEATHERMAN,
I'lerk of the Circuit Court
i and for Dad* County.
I lortda
ly H'ji W STOCKING
f.ii l>enuty Clerk
Jtlorn. i- for I'lulntlff
\ ingraham Building
Mam Fiorlds
IS l-U-21.2*
c.i. ----- """i ie israoii
spokesman expressed doubt as to
the wisdom of the Indian pro-
posal for temporarily shelving the
disarmament question to concen-
trate on creation of a United Na-
tions Reconstruction Develop-
ment Fund. He said this was an
eminently constructive idea but
he did not think there was any
hope for it now.
Mr. Sharett referred to Secre-
tary of State Dean Acheson's sug-
gestions for criteria for disarma-
ment such as population and
wealth. He pointed out that Is-
rael was in a peculiar position in
the sense that it was a country
surrounded bv hostile neighbors.
This, he said, should be taken into
consideration in working out cri-
teria for the disarmament of his
country. He added that while this
was a minor point, he felt it his
duty to bring it to the attention of
he Assembly.
The Israeli Foreign Minister
noted that one of the root causes
of tension seemed about to be re-
movedthe conclusion of an
armistice in Korea and con-
sequent cessation of hostilities
which, he said, "we all hope will
never be resumed."
On the disarmament proposals
before the Assembly, he said both
were in agreement in substance if
David Warfield Auction
NEW YORK CITY (AJP)An
auction sale of art property own-
ed by the late Jewish theater star
David Warfield yielded $49,845
at a sale here this week.
The highest single item, a Brus-
sels Gothic tapestry, dated 1510,
and depicting a scene in the
court of David, was sold to a
dealer for SI.800,000.
Brandeis-Tampa
(Continued from Page 1 A)
which the post-season appear-
ance of Brandeis' football team
was received was indicated at a
luncheon held two weeks ago
After Harold Turk, Miami Beach
councilman, briefly told about
the game and what it meant to
Brendeis, hands went up all over
the Delano Hotel dining room.
In 20 minutes, the hand raisers
purchased more than $7,500
worth of tickets.
The game has become almost
a "snowball" on Miami Beach.
Committees have been working
night and day to put the big
event across. The Greater Mi-
ami chapter of the women's com-
mittee of Brandeis University has
joined in, and has contributed
valuable support. The Miami
Beach city council has also adopt-
ed resolutions designating the
game as an outstanding civic en-
terprise, and urging backing of
the entire community.
Memorial Field, located at Al-
ton Road and 11th Street, is be-
ing put in shape to accomodate
the important event. Seating ca-
pacity has been increased to 11,-
000, with the addition of side-
line and end zone sections.
New Musical To
llarv Premiers
Beckman and Pransky, in as-
sociation with the Brandt Thea-
tres, announce their new Laugh
musical, What! I'm Lucky? which
will have its world premiere on
Saturday night, December 22nd,
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A winter visitor of Greater
Miami for over 25 years, Harry
L.. Katz last week bought a con-
trolling interest in Hartley's
Women s Apparel and will be-
come a permanent resident of
this area.
Having spent upwards of a
year investigating opportunities
available in the principal retail
markets of the country, he decid-
ed on settling for Miami when it
became apparent that "each time
I came, it was harder to go back."
Katz will soon bring his family
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already assumed the rcsponsibil- i
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Sara Meyers Passes
Away In Brooklyn
Mrs. Sara Meyers, aged 76,
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ber 30th, while visiting her son,
Benjamin, and daughters, Lillian
and Irene, in Brooklyn, New
York.
Mrs. Meyers is also survived
by a son, Samuel, of 1710 NW 6th
Street, Miami, with whom she
made her home.
Flamingo Chapter Has
Barn, Square Dancing
The Flamingo. Chapter of the
National Children's Cardiac
Home is having a Barn Dance at
the Jewish Cultural Center, 429
Lenox Avenue, Miami Beach, on
Sunday, December 8th.
Peter White will do the Square
Dance calling. Chairman of the
affair is Mrs. Leslie Fairmont.
The committee includes the Mes-
dames Marrie Singer, Jerome
Cohen, Irving Faggan, Dorian
Zinner, Abe Stein, Sy Hirsch-
berg, Lillian Bonder, Harvey
Pais, Irving Melker and Abe
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-Jewlst Her Mian
FRIDAY. DECEMBER
Zionist Luncheon
Club Has Opening During The Week ...
Meeting Dec. 12th
By LEO MINDLIN
Bt-n Zu."-". Gins behind the door in an empty room set
; .:. eon at t ven Seas. He had come early, be expl
to lea- ffered the! itioi that he had
ned from the Zionist Organization's meeting in Chicago.
It ive been rather tumultuous." I
All week long. : American Jewish Pn I reports of
B ::. Browdy'j thing out against AJC's opposit a I I
llobbv llViison To Southwest Civic League
Art For Shrines JJ^^jmm c
3obby B-nson. twelve year old home of Mr and M
rn Itar of radio, will flv to Friedman 3001 SW 2nH ,MU,):>
Miami in his own Northwest Air- on Saturday evi 7 v >
!:ne stratJcru:si-r from his ranch j5tn
in Big Berd. Texas, to *-e the j
J ^i t-a*-f \i-*n in ?Ws> V"nri*TV
Har.i [
smj? IthT^iSfA^"
Show and Circus beme staged by

; Tex, at the gSZTJ?**
Ml .mi
ni Sun
Performance-
- i;mk tac Sineer Leo I a
Stadium, tomor- f'"ge;;J-e ha" ,
son and Mrs Ann
be given in
y Gen ral Hark C ai An ftemoon and evening of both Gables Adult Grnn-
Vatican 1 wondered i: Biowdy I apokesman (or J days. Fncsei of the event go to u^
Albert O
Harold Sr.apiro. president of
Miami Beach Zionist Distri \
.:. I p-jr.:rz meeting
' the Zionist Luncheor. Cl
V'ednesdav. December 12th, 12:15
; -. at the Ritz-PIa.za Hotel,
_ H^rrv Feir.bers will serve
H
Shapiro has I Al -
E Ossi-j to act is chairman and
OS. Os-
f :-.- ader ->f the
- Wjr
P st So 330.
- :,
Miami J
pr lent of 1 Fl
A- ''
I E Du
it Speak
ipii : : "'" >asin
a a resident
t Has
i '. A V. je F
H
n '.-.
-
Broad. Ja
In
ZOA in this situati
i; ire no quarrel with Fresi-
Trunuui ar. | I I Congress ought not create ari-
. in its | I' '.: >n?" .
My pcinteo question was motivated by rumors that Browdy is
ssc-.-'tly in sympathy with the AJC stand. His personal dealings
with the President during the course of Israel's War for Inde-
pendence, it is explained, resulted in the expediting of many of
ZOA's seemirgly iniolubfe problems.- as a sheer matter of pro-
tocal. he had no alternative but to cover Jewish opposition by
defending the appointment
Then Bnwdy doesn't condone sending ar. official American
representative to the Vatican, either-*"
Chacbamin Herzah-hani B'dvahraychem." he said. -I have
said nothing, vou understand, ar.d am not to be quoted
"Of course not." I agreed I would never quote you on such a
-r."
Emit Gould, chairman of the Jewish Vocational Service, saun-
Haro'.d Kramer, executive director, was immediately be-
hind '
We have a new idea." Gould said, "but let's eat first.
It turned out that the Jewish Vocational Service wants to or-
ganise a vocational guidance center. On the face of it. such a pro-
posal appeared meritorious. During its one and a half year exist-
ence, the Service had succeeded in placing 303 new Americans
and local clients of the Jewish Social Service Bureau. Only 4
unemployed refugees and 5 unemployable cases are on its books
at this moment. The record of placement is an impressive one.
Yet. it n.ust be remembered th3t JVS was set up on ar. emer- j
gencv basis If it has succeeded so admirably in purpose, then its ,
alternatives are two. It must either continue to function within the
sphere of its responsibilities or disband. The latter alternative
would, of course, inevitably depend upon the diminution of its
Opinions concerning the problems such a guidance center would
create, were not heeded with patience. The main point of discussion
apparel tly revolved around the feasibility of presenting to the
. Jewish Federation the JVS proposal. I was not struck
: iuments offered during the luncheon. While it is true
voting people often I assistance in choosing a vocation.
to me that such assistarce must come from highly trained
si Lied in testing. For the Service to accept the re-
launching a guidarce program would mean that it
Mia i t go bevond its specific function both with regard to ability and
purpose I: JVS feels that these factors can ce brushed aside in the
- in another area, then it is reducing the problems of
r to an absurdity.

Shnr. Activities. The Senior Adult
Bobbv Bensnr is the hero of his Coral Gables Jew
ow which is broad- noid
than four hun-
cast over more
drtd stations of the Mutual Net-
work. He has been cited by the
Bov Scouts of America for the
part his program plavs in pro-
moting good citizenship among
the country's youth.
The big Variety show and Cir-
cus includes mary world-famed
stars of the circus, stage and
radio. Captain Kuhn's big-caged
arena will enclo-'-e a group of per-
forming Nubitn lions, pumas,
cinamon bears and two goats. Ac-
cording to trairer Kuhn. getting
the goats into the cage with the
lions and pumas took over two
years to accomplish.
' -
2th, ,: j
a reactivat
Wednesday, Deoei
p.m.
Rabbi Morn.- A 5^.
uled to speak to the p
Young At Forty. Mrs Sarr, Kleia
will act as tempora.;.
Victor Hotel Has
New Activities
Winter guests visiting the Vic-1
tor Hotel. 12th Street and the
Ocean, this season, will find a'
warm and inspired Jewish Or- \
thodox atmosphere prevailing.
Each guest will be personally
greeted bv the owner. Mr. Joseph
Waldman. well-known among
s
trath-
Haveni
HOTEL
THE(o)SEAL
. -
!
Te Fines? Ko*-<-
C- 1 rt* a*3 Se-v :*
fzr the Entir* Fm y
V
lev M ADR IN
Cate'iig ts Bi-a-*;
Weddings. p't *
a-3 en See ii
F IMSCt -
tl Ocen D'ce
V'trn, Beat"
P-ane S*9):
At night. I attended a Miami Beach Masada meeting. There,
a singularly Jewish spirit prevailed. Young men and women sang
Israeli songs and danced Israeli dances. This could not be the
American Jewish youth over which JVS was cor.cjrned. An aura
of happiness and adjustment, belief and faith pervaded the activ-
ity which denied somber predictions of juvenile delinquency and
neurrs;s prophesied at the luncheon if no guidance center were
available.
Ad I mind. I led other groups like Masada I had ;
(< le>. San Francisco. Amanllo. Alexandria and the
completely Cbrtstiar Stillwater. Oklahoma. It
S nest's fears were unnecessary. Jew-
- heritage but continued to perpetuate
Ui land; nor was Jewish youth failing to re-
i the fundamental proposition that dignity
tably a function of culture perpetuation. And if somewhere
ith there were maladjustment or confusion, more1
equipped agencies could be reached for rendering aid.
Views Academy During Celebration
STRATH
A letter written by Seymour
e year old Hebrew
t. has been rt-
A 1 len princi-
r Gruss. as
tre institution's fund-
be held in Copa
n December 14'
Expressing his attitude toward
Academy and its meaning to
ing student wrote:
"in my fifth grade at the He-
1 Academy, the teacher. Mrs.
.'. r -ked us to write a let-
be, What Th" Hebrew
A tdomy Means To You. and my
ud that this is the best
letter. So we are sending it to
"We were writing the letter
because this is Hebrew Academy
Week, and tre Mayor of Miami
Beach proclaimed it. The Hebrew
v is my school. I have been
going to the Hebrtw Academy
I was in the first grade.
This is when it started. It started,
four years ago.
in the Hebrew Academy. I
learn all about the United States.
I also learn about Israel. I study
English, and I also study Hebrew.
During the day we have more
classes They are in dancirg. sing-
ing and music, and in acting. We
also have public speaking. I like
these subjects.
"This week, ceople are invited
, to come to the Hebrew Academy
to watch our classes and see what
we study. They will find it inter-
esting. I do. This is what the He-
brew Academy mear.s to me."
Joseph Waldman
Orthodox Circles in New York
and Florida, or by his son. Sam-
uel, a Yeshiva University gradu-
ate.
The Waldman Family operation
of the American Plan Holei.
meeting with great success in Mi-
ami Beach, has expanded this
year and taken over the Murida
Hotel. Long Beach. New York.
which it has named Waldn an's
Munda Hotel where Fridav eve-
ning services were led by the 20-
member Waldman Family. Ihe
traditional .-ingirg of Kiddush.
Sholom Aleuhem and Zemiroth
were a part of the services.
Guest- at the Victor Hotel will
ce invited to similar Fridav ser-
vices t Dinner and dance *
-. iriety shows and movies
will constitute the Hotel's activ-
ity agenda, as well. Other innova-
tions, not yet announced, are also
being planned.
Here's where
it says:
"Strictly
Kosher- \
Strictly
Vegetarian" \
The seal of approval of
THE UNION OF ORTHODOX
JEWISH CONGREGATION'S OF
AMERICA is printed on the
front of the label of Heiu
Kosher Baked Beans. It is
your guarantee that this
delightful food is Kosher
and Par-eve. The words
"Oven-Baked", also oa
the label, are your guar
antee of mellow, nut-like
flavor. Try some to-day.
HEINZ i
KOSHER
BAKED i
BEANS 1
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Uus Van Stars
In i:iks RevitMv
Gus Van. vaudeville entertain-
er of the former team of Van and
Schervck. star in the Ziegfield
Follies for six years, is the first
headliner to be announced on the
bill of entertainment for the an-
nual Miami Beach Elks' Gala
Night of Stars, scheduled for the
Miami Beach Auditorium on Jan-
uary 27th.
Van appeared with Eddie Can-
tor. W. C. Fields. Bert Williams.'
Fannie Brice and others in hit
shows in New York, and more
recently with Kate Smith's and
' Milton Berle's television pro-
I grams. Ed. C. Fogg. III. Exalted
Ruler of the Miami Beach Elks,
said today. "Gus is one of the
twenty name stars who will head-
, line our Crippled Children's
I benefit show.
rased! co to
i
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MONDAY AND TUESDAY
December 10th and 11th
from 11:00 A.M. to Midnight
Tomple llam|ui Hall
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Exciting Auction by Godfrey Perell
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1951
?Je*isttk>rkHan
Services Highlight Pearl Harbor
Kabbalat Sabbath Follows
Service At Ahavas Israel
Friday evening services at the
IAhavas" Israel Synagogue, 7135
Isvron Avenue, Miami Beach, will
|be held ;U 5 p.m., with Kabbalat
Isabbath services following at
15:15.
I Saturday morning services are
[scheduled for 9 a.m. Rabbi Isaac
Ever will discuss: The Mental
|And Spiritual Outlook Of Israel.
[At 4 P m- a Bible class will be
held, with comments of present
[day life by the Rabbi. Mincha
[is scheduled for 5 p.m., with Shal-
|os Seudos and Maariv following.
IWcrr Veterans Participate In
[Beth David Religious Service
[The Beth David Congregation,
12625 SW 3rd Avenue, Miami, will
(hold regular Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15 p.m.
Special program for the service
Rill be the commemoration of
Pearl Harbor's tenth anniversary,
with the Norman Bruce Brown
Post. No. 174, Jewish War Vet-
erans, participating. Rabbi Max
Shapiro will speak on the topic:
The Power To Remember.
. In Memoriam will be observed
or Melvin Bloomberg, Hyman
SValdorf. Abraham Liebovitz, Es-
ther Karp and for deceased war
veterans. Floral offerings will be
sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Har-
rey Herman in memory' of Etta
[erman.
An Oneg Shabbat sponsored
by Mrs. Sadie Waldorf in mem-
bry of her husband, Hyman, will
follow.
Celebrate Peretz Centenial
At Beth Sholom Services
iJFempl Be,h Sholom will be
Ghetto, and will be given< com
time Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs
SamuelhMar.in, will become ft
rS%ni0LSamuel Kelemer will
aT/tervic^s. "' Prtins "
Views Modesty And Religion
At Beth Tfilah Congregation
w.SrtBJegation Beth Tfilah- 935
Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach will
Rackovsky will speak on the
u jl3J JPortn- His subject
scheduled at 4 p.m., preceding
Mincha is Modesty And Religion
Maariv and Shalos Seudos will
conclude the Sabbath.
an5a'iyKS,eErvices are at 7:30 -.
and at 5:15 p.m.
Congregation Beth El
Friday evening services at the
Beth F.l Congregation. 500 SW
l?lh Avenue, will begin at 5:15
Saturdav morning services are
eheduled for 8:30 a.m.. with
Mincha following at 5 p.m. Shal-
k Seudos will end the Sabbath.
I Cantor Jacob E. Tambor will
lhant the musical portion of the
Tervices.
Rabbi Mescheloff Speaks On
Exodus In Saturday Service
I The orthodox Congregation
Beth Jacob, 301-311 Washington
hvenuc. Miami Beach, will hold
Friday evening services at 6 p.m.
I At the Saturday morning serv-
1.30 am, Rabbi Moses Meschel-
Wf will speak on the topic: The
Exodus.
Mincha will be held at 5 p.m.,
)t which time the Rabbi will dis-
uss the Weekly Portion. Shalos
eudos with Phillip Kallman as
post will follow.
Rabbi Skop Commemorates
Death of Dorchester Chaplains
Friday evening services at the
Coral Gables Jewish Commun-
ity Center, 320 Palermo Avenue,
will begin at 8:15 p.m.
The Coral Gables Post Mo. 243
Jewish War Veterans, will hold
a dedication program on the
Tenth Anniversary of Pearl Har-
bor during the service, along
with a remembrance ceremony
for the four chaplains who went
down on the TJSS Dorchester.
Rabbi Morris A. Skop will offici-
ate.
Scheduled as guest speaker is
Rev. Russel Kleinginna, civilian
chaplain at the Pratt Veterans
Hospital. Rabbi Skop will also
lead the congregation in a read-
ing of Ten Commandments For
Our Democracy, following the
pledge to the flag and the bless-
ing of the Sabbath candles.
Cantor Irving Robinson and
Stephen Kessler will intone the
Kiddush.
Downtown Synagogue
nw,ntay ev*ninS services at the
Downtown Synagogue, 135 NW
3rd Avenue, Miami, are schedul-
ed to begin at 5:15 p.m
condJct iK? ^elkowitz will
8 3CI m heMSaturday service at
t, e ?^n' Mir!cha is scheduled
&UdoS5aPH-JOU i^c and Maarlv- Daily serv-
pm "e 3t 8 am-' and 5 15
Rabbi And Mrs. Meyer Katz
Sponsor Oneg Shabbat
le2Tbth A^xander Gross will
if .1 "?.e ,Fnday evening service
g* Hbrew Academy. 918-Mh
Street, Miami Beach, at 5:15 p ny
schfadlJ,|dHVfm0aning servces are
scheduled for 9 a.m. At 3 D m
an Oneg Shabat will be held for'
I' "lch,"8 story telling,
singing, dancing and refresh-
ments sponsored by Rabbi and
Mrs. Meyer Katz.
Mincha services are scheduled
SSJ pm- w.'th Shalos Seudos
following. Daily services are at
730 a.m., and at 5:15 p.m.
Hialeah-Miami Springs To
Hear Review At Service
IvtinKel?^rat,i0n ?f JeW'Sh BO"*
Month, the Hialeah-Miami
springs Jewish Community Cen-
ter, 951 East 4th Avenue, will
Tea m f Kview of the b00k Man
Is Not Alone at Friday evening
services scheduled to begin 8 15
p.m.
Dr. Leo Mindlin, former mem-
ber of the faculty of the Univer-
sity of Miami and News Editor
of the Jewish Floridian, will be
guest speaker.
Services will be conducted by
Mr. Wecker and Mrs. Fraidlin
assisted by Nate Becker. An On-
eg Shabbat is scheduled to fol-
low.
Lecture On Mental Health And
Judaism At Kneseth Israel
The third lecture in a series
on Mental Health And Judaism
given by Rabbi Abraham Cm-
sel of Kneseth Israel Congre-
gation^ 1415 Euclid Avenue mX
faTe FrfdCh' VU b Part oi iate rnday Forum and service
scheduled for 8:30 pm
aknhT'iV Pum- SerViee Will
Rhw r at,.the Coneregation.
nlSi A3Sfls t0P'c is sched-
snuHAnd R*ovS ?n
oKaiu^day, mornng services are
scheduled for 8:30 a.m. The Rab-
b and Cantor Abraham Seif will
I f te' After"oon services are
4:45 p.m., with a Sabbath So-
cial Hour to follow.
_PAGE11 A
North Dade Jewish Center
The North Dade Jewish CVn.
ter 13630 West Dixie Highway
will hold Friday services ft 8 ft
p.m.
Mr J. Rosenfeld will read, as-
sisted by Mr. I. Jacobson.
Rabbi Lehrman Views
Bombings In Friday Sermon
I Have Faith In America: The
Dynamite Incident In Retrospect,
will be the subject of Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman's sermon at the late
v nday evening services, 830
p.m of the Miami Beach Jew-
ish Center, 1701 Washington Av-
Cantor David Silverman will
chant the service assisted by the
Dr. Narot Views Implications
Of Bible At Temple Israel
Should America Have An Am-
bassador At The Vatican? will
be the subject of the sermon to
be given by Dr. Joseph R. Narot
of Temple Israel, 137 NE 19th
Street, at the Friday evening
service scheduled for 8:15 p.m.
?h?oSuiUrdai' morn'n. 11 a.m.,
me Kabbi will continue his dis-
cussion of the literary, historical
and religious implications of the
Bible.
Tifereth Israel Center
Reverend George Goldberg will
?uegm/rlday evening services at
the Tifereth Israel Northside Cen-
ter 6500 North Miami Avenue, at
8:15 p.m.
A Forum discussion is sched-
uled to follow. Saturday morn-
ing services will be held at 9 a m.,
with Rev. Goldberg's sermon in-
-------------------- -*^.j oviintsii III-
" "iS "74y*w assistea Dy the eluding an analysis of the Weekly
Center Choir under the direction I PUon. y
of Robert Strassburg
Saturday morning services are
scheduled for 9 a.m. The Rabbi
will preach on the Weekly Por-
l',0nV^ Bible class will be held
at -5:45 p.m., followed by Shalos
Seudos.
Daily services are at 8 a.m., and
at 5:lo p.m.
Hollywood Jewish Center
. Friday evening services at the
i Jewish Community Center of
Hollywood, 2030 Polk Street, will
be held at 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi
Jacob J. Honig officiating.
Saturday morning services are
scheduled for 9:30 a.m.
[Israel's Dreams Discussed By
Rabbi April On Saturday
The Miami Hebrew School and
Congregation, 1101 SW 12th Av-
enue, will hold Friday evening
services at 5:15 p.m.
Saturday morning services are
scheduled for 8:30 a.m., with Rab-
bi Simon April speaking on the
topic: Israel's Dreams.
A class in Talmud will follow
at 4:30 p.m.
Joseph Fogel Bar Mitzvah
At West Miami Jewish Center
Rabbi Alfred Waxman will
speak on Jewish Customs at the
late Friday evening service of the
West Miami Jewish Center, 5720
SW 17th Street. Miami. An early
service is also scheduled for 5:15
p.m.
Saturday morning services will
be at 8:30 a.rr... at which time
I Joseph, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex
Fogel will become Bar Mitzvah.
Rabbi Andron Views Weekly
Portion At Young Israel
The Young Israel Synagogue of
Miami Beach. 4001 Chase Aven-
ue, will conduct Friday evening
services at 5:15 p.m.
Saturday morning services are
scheduled for 9 a.m. Rabbi J. L.
Andron will discuss the Weekly
Flagler-Granada Jewish Center
The Flagler-Granada Jewish
Community Center, 50 NW 51st
Place, holds daily services at 7
ajn. Sabbath services are sched-
uled for 9 a.m.
tetley Tea Proves
Chanukah Favorite
With delicious Latkes served
fn Lnanuknh, tea drinking pleas-
ure is a must and flavorful Tetlev
Pea can fill the need.
I Tetley Tea is preferred for en-
joyment on holidays and every
lime tea is served. Brewing a cup
|[ any brand of tea and then an-
lier cup of Tetley Tea for com-
K"fon shows how Tetley gives
pener. finer flavor, deeper amber
Wor and more friendly stimula-
jwn. it compares favorably in
pietV 1"thcse da>'s of high
. is no wonder that for
I lions Tetley has been its
I atesl booster! Tea-drink-
I "no try Tetley once are en-
|iasnc about its superior qual-
jHomemakers and hostesses
Loiii^'' \v toa ,ever>- day are par-
hu,1 "tb'^the kind tht'>- serve.
K "|S ,f women in one of
Mm5 wJargu8t Cltk's who were
C,,? What brand do you pre-
Iver ,''-"IU;d TetleV Tea 2 to 1
|;fr anv other brand.
Irasr.n '"'yJTo'a ard compare for
Eei''; dSSBlSJ" f,av^r and
lives "V .'ia"dl:,nkin* Pleasure it
It Ph ,k7 ls the tea to serve
tCnanukan Parties and every
f> of the year.
Zamora Jewish Center
Rev. Rudolf E. Brill will con-
duct Friday evening services at
the Zamora Jewish Center, 44
Zamora Avenue, Coral Gables, at
8:15 p.m.
An Oneg Shabbat will follow.
Saturday morning services are
scheduled for 9 a.m.
Union Ot Orthodox Congregation*
Kndornes Strath Haren Hotel
Of Flight And Love Is Topic
i Of Sermon At North Shore
Late Friday evening services Portion. A 4:30 p.m. Bible class
will be held at the North Shore will be followed by Mincha at 5.
Jewish Center, Dickens Avenue-----------------------------
Israelite Center Begins
Religious Service At 5 P.M.
Rabbi Abraham Sachs will lead
services at the Israelite Center,
3198 SW 24th Terrace, Miami, this
evening at 5 p.m.
Saturday morning services are
scheduled for 9 a.m., with Rabbi
Sachs speaking on Jacob's Dream.
Mincha will be at 5 p.m., follow-
' ed by Shalos Seudos.
at 75th Street, Miami Beach, at
8:15 p.m.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz is
scheduled to preach on the sub-
ject: Of Flight And Love.
Saturday morning services will
begin at 8:45 a.m., with the Rab-
bi discussing the Weekly Por-
tion. At 4:45 p.m., Shalos Seudos
will conclude the Sabbath.
Cantor Leo Urlich will chant
the services.
Nathan Ginsburg, veteran
Kosher hotel operator who en-
joyed a successful premier season
last year at the Strath Haven Ho-
tel and Dining Room, has an-
nounced that his dining room is
the only one on Miami Beach to
'* ish Oftieer
lP^'hcs Aw*rd
SROilT,(AJP)-A Jewish
!ed troo, .ed a char8e a*ainst
n, "oops to retake a strategic-
he n .'ea' has bcen awarded
k sal mJ S ,hird ni8hest medal
fl-h! t }Ty ln combat.
ilosed h! Vcr Star- it was dis-
!' Uon Cek' was awarded
lie I' a Hoffman, of Detroit, by
Irevjn,, i y' The Jewish officer
frmreZ W3S "^"ted thc
knd tL a an oakleaf cluster
ne^Presidential unit citation
Nathan Ginsburg
brave
O- against the enemy.
receive the honor of endorsement
bv The Union of Orthodox Jew-
ish Congregations of America.
A family combination that as-
sures the utmost in smooth hotel
service for the Florida vacation-
ist may be found at the strictly
| Kosher Strath Haven Hotel, locat-
I ed directly on the ocean at 411
! Ocean Drive. The six-story ocean-
iront hostelry, which has under-
gone extensive renovations to
bring it up to luxury standards,
contains 100 rooms with bath, a
150-foot strip of private beach,
rooftop solarium, outside patio,
game room, synagogue on prem-
ises and a 200-seat dining room
stringently adhering to dietary
laws.
A pioneer in t h e American
Kosher hotel field. Ginsburg has
operated a number of hotels in
both Atlantic City and Miami
Beach ar.d has acquired a nation-
al reputation for the success of
these ventures. A resident of this
area for over 15 years, he has
played an important role in the
civic and religious life of the
community. He is a member of
Congregations Beth Jacob, Beth
El and Young Israel and was in-
Lincoln Institute
Outlines Program
Administrative director of the
Lincoln Institute. Louis B. Glass,
recently outlined the facilities of
his organization.
Among them are a reading
clinic, art and dance classes, play
therapy rooms and a physical
therapy room for the handicap-
ped. The Institute also maintains
a leatherworking and woodwork-
ing shop, printing presses and a
photographic dark room.
Organized to give psychothera-
peutic aid. the Institute at pres-
! ent has a faculty of 15 men and
women whose specialties include
clinical psychology, guidance.
| testing, rehabilitation, physical
I therapy, music, art and dancing.
The Institute is prepared to de-
[ vote the resources of its staff for
any child who is a resident of
Miami Beach whether or not the
child is in difficulty with the
police. Glass said. It will also go
beyond diagnosis by establishing
corrective programs.
Mount Scopus Hadassah
Mount Scopus Group of Hadas-
sah will feature the movie, Hands
Of Healing, at its regular month-
ly meeting on Monday, Decem-
ber 10th, 1:30 p.m.. at the Syrian
Lebanon American Club.
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Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth, of stitution's staunchest supporters,
which he has served as president. Martin Lazar is the resident
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Mount Sinai Staff
Member Included In
Lima Delegation
Miss Sotie Monserrate, of the
m^mTflQrida'
Young Israel
Installs Otfieers
The annual officer installation
of Young Israel of Miami Beach
was held last night at their Tem-
FRIDAY. DECEMBER 7, 1951
SEC. B
Pharmacy Staff at Mount Sinai' ple, 4001 Chase Avenue, with Dr.
Hospital, is a member of the of- | David Andron presiding.
Rep. Lantaff Returns From Eastern
Trouble Shooting Trip; Drafts Data
Onlv at Okinawa is there full coordination among the services,
. Rjji Lantaff of Miami stated upon his return from a military
nnlv investigation which recently carried him around the world.
Lantaff's trip brought him to all the world"s Eastern trouble
,ts. including a visit to Korea. ?
M- Okinawa, Lantaff said, there
is one supply line for the Army,
Kavv Marine Corps and Air
Force carrying supplies to a cen-
tral distribution unit.
Lantaff will subsequently draft
. reDort on his finding which is
theduled to include data on new
discoveries of materials in the
Philippines applicable for use in
the Korean War.__________
jrien To Head
Cancer Institute
I ...mard A. Wien, Miami Beach
civic leader, has been appointed
lent of the Dade County
Cancer Institute.
Other officers chosen at the In-
stitute's annual meeting this
were William G. Gilbert
.
William Powers, vice presi-
Beth Sholom Bazaar
Opens On Monday
The Annual Bazaar of the em-
ple Beth Sholom Sisterhood, Mi-
ami Beach, will open at 10 a.m.,
on Monday, December 10th, in
the Temple's banquet hall, 4144
Chase Avenue, according to Mrs.
Aaron Farr, Bazarr chairman.
"Merchandise of every descrip-
tion from baby clothes to furs and
furniture will go on sale," Mrs.
Farr said. "Many hand-made ar-
ticles, sewn, knitted and cro-
cheted by Sisterhood members
this past summer will also be on
hand. Luncheons and snacks will
be served all day."
"Home-cooked family dinners
will be served Monday and Tues-
day evenings, and this will be fol-
lowed by an auction to be con-
Hebrew School Sisters
Chcmukah Latke Party
The Sisterhood of the Miami
Hebrew School and Congregation
will hold a Chanukah Luncheon
on Wednesday, December 12th,
12:30 p.m., at the Synagogue.
Mrs. Irvin Sirkin, chairman of
the Luncheon, will be assisted by
the Mesdames Max Newberger,
Jack Stone, Frederic Rosenthal,
Louis August and Murray Kirsh-
enbaum.
Berger Talks At Institute
Herbert Birger, director of Ex-
tension Activities of the Bureau
ficial delegation representing the
American Pharmaceutical Asso-
ciation at the Second Pan-Ameri-
can Congress of Pharmacy being
held this week in Lima, Peru.
Miss Monserrate is also repre-
senting the Florida State Phar-
maceutical Association Con-
gress which has been called to
stimulate scientific research in
pharmacy and to intensify the ex-
change of aims and ideals in edu-
cation, practice and other aspects
of the profession.
The delegation, which includes
twenty-one representatives from
the United States, is headed by
Dr. Don E. Francke, president of
the University Hospital, Ann Ar-
bor, Michigan, and Dr. George E.
Archambault, chief, pharmacy
Division of Hospitals,
Officers installed were elected
to their posts last November 20th.
New president of the organiza-
tion will be Sol Lobel. Others
elected were Jacob Kaufman,
vice president; Martin Lazar, sec-
retary; and Benjamin Sherry,
treasurer.
Young Israel is the local branch
of a national organization found-
ed 37 years ago which today in-
cludes some 100 mem ber
branches.
H
of Jewish Education, will discuss
Gloekel Of Hamlyn, in the series ; section,
on Great Jewish Books at the United States Public Health
Adult Institute of Jewish Studies Service. The group left from
on Monday, December 10th, 91 Miami by plane and is expected ShaU We Accept
p.m- to return December 9th.
Ben Gurion Branch
Mr. B. Morrison, chairman of
Ben Gurion Branch of Farband,
announces that at the group's
next regular meeting, Thursday
evening. December 13th, 8:15
p.m., at the Congregation Beth El,
Dr. Harry H. Queen will talk on:
Reparations
den's: Dr. Charles D. Tharp. sec-, ducted by Godfrey Perell," Mrs.
I Mrs. Marion Kincaid, as-1 jrarr ac;ded.
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secretary; Leo Ackerman,
tr isurer; and Mrs. Ben Akin,
ml treasurer.
v board members are James
t, Bill Baggs. Dr. Edward
W Cullipher, Dr. Carlos P. La-
mar. James Leybourne, Milt Pat-
ter, m Dr. Homer L. Pearson,
Keith Phillips, Dr. Warren W.
Quiliian, Dr. Robert Spicer and
Dr. Frank Woods.
All proceeds from the Bazaar
are used for the support of the |
Religious School.
Beach B'nai B'rith
Gives Barbecue
A Western Party Roundup is
the motif for the first event plan-
ned by the Miami Beach Chapter
of B'nai B'rith Women in this
season's fund-raising projects.
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Balkin,
61186th Street, will be hosts at
their home on Saturday, Decem-
ber 15th. -"7"
The Outdoor Barbecue is sched-
ule! for 8:30 p.m. Dress for the
evening will be blue jeans, calicos
and dungarees. Plans include
square dancing, community sing-
in: ; Side shows will include
rodeo games, shooting gallery,
h : -.shoes and lassoing.
Cantor Malek Sings At
Jewish Home Program
A varied program of Israeli,
Yiddish and operatic songs ren-
dered by Cantor Joseph W. Mal-
jek, will be given at the Jewish
Home for the Aged on Sunday, |
December 9th, at 2 p.m.
Guest artist will be Stephen
Kessler who is scheduled to per-
form the Warsaw Concerto. The
program is presented by Maurice
Pearlstcin, executive director of
the Home.
Emunah Chapter Tea
Tea and- Card Party waa.giw.
en last Wednesday by Mrs. Bea
Blank, of 600 East Di Lido Drive,
for the officers of Emunah Chap-
ter Hostesses were Mrs. Blank
and Worthy Matron Mary Alper.
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Citi *1 .h frultv aoartments erected orer a period of years.
buildings, and faculty apartments
Deborah Hadassah
Has Fashion Show
A luncheon and fashion show
will be given by the Deborah
of Hadassah on Wednes-
December 12th, 12:30 p.m.,
main dining room of the
s i [sle Hotel.
Clothes Around The Clock, will
ire the latest in fashions and
ns by Hartley's. Furs,
suits and dresses will be
led by Miami's graduate
1 models. The luncheon,
in show and entertainment
be in honor of Henrietta
Szold Day.
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Mrs. Louis Esloe has been ap-
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Women's Group of the Flag-
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n:er*at their building, 50 MW
1st Place, on December 18th, at
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Mrs. Sidney Stiller announced
:at the group will also celebrate
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Fauhioii Umild
FAert* Otfieers
The Men's Fashion Guild of
Miami Beach, at a meet.r...
Monday at the Delano Hotel.
ar election of officers
head the organizat. -. fot
coming year.
Re-elected as t and
-president were Jala Gillette
and Josrp.i Linn
Al Zablo is the -vm secretary
and treasurer is Jack Silver-man
n namec .. ^-^
of directors which includes I:
Westin. Herman FrankeL Larrv
Hoffman, Rober-. ,~i Dav"c
- tiler.
The financial rep-art of the
Guild activities durum the pas*
yea.- revealed that dOM I $4,000
was donated by the organization
rharrtable and community ac-
.:es
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New Hebrew Classes
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wt"
the Sister! i of Beth Jacob
- tgregat n i. sponsoring agen-
> N mwal : r. fees gj
rd the edu..:..- fund if the
R-:. vxi
Tiferetk Israel
Sinter* nave Skit
. f t :
tide Center celebrated
-: Birthday with a Mem-
bership Tee last night.
Candle-light services were held
N and present new officers
nth Mrs Albert Zeitzew presid-
A >k:t called Glamour, staged
rected by Mrs. Murray
?.. .-. via members as the cast.
m also presented
Elias Attinson. Winter
Resident. Passes Away
Sholoma Hadassah Has
Meeting, Szold Luncheon
The Shaloma Group of Hadas-
sah will hold its general meeting
on Monday. December 10th l
p m, at the Habiscus Lodge. Mi-
Beach.
kin Joseph Shawmut, recently
returned frorr. Israel, will speak
on aspects of her six-month visit.
Mrs Herman Popkin. chairman
of the Shaloma Hadassah Medical
Organization, announces that her
group will celebrate Henrietta
Szold Day with a brunch on
Wednesday. December 12th. 11:30
a.m.. at the Sea Gull Hotel. Mrs.
David Furrr.an is co-chairman of
the affair
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Hollywood B'nai
Installation of new ,,
j the commg year took nk^
! Hollywood Chapw^J
Bnth Youth Org,jrN
week. *"uoii ,j
Re-elected as
Paul Diamond
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Jerry- Ca^er.Gr^irtn
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Jewish War Veterans
Have Pearl Harbor Dance
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new quarters for the practice
cf optometry at 2502 W. F'ag-
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Mrs. Weinstein Talks
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The Stephen S. Wise Group Of
Hadassah will meet on Monday
December 10th. 1230 p.m.. at the
North Shore Jewish Center.
Highlight will be an original I cember 9th"
play written by Mrs. Julius Salo-
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\x\ Gallery Has
tetablo Preview
The Art Gallery of the Uni-
,.v of Miami announces a
emnership Private View on Fri-
' nucmber 14th, from 4 to 6
J," m the Art Gallery on the
ain Campus.
Exhibited will be Retablos and
nuthweslern extiles from the
ifr,a I. Barton Collection.
The twenty-eight Retablos will
fford visitors the opportunity of
ewing an almost complete coi-
tion of Santos which come
from New Mexico and Colorado,
he Southwestern Textiles, Nava-
, and Spanish-American loom-
,ork was from its inception
lanned by Barton to illustrate
arious weaves of the Southwest-
rn native art.
The exhibition opens to the
ublic on Sunday, December 16th,
t 2 p.m., and remains in the
gallery until December 28th.
The Art Gallery has also an-
ounccd its Second Film Showing
tcheduled for 2:30 p.m., on Sun-
day December 9th, in Beaumont
Lecture Hall. The three films to
le shown are: Hans Memling,
T((linique of Water Color, and
Cavalcade.
Barton's Has Lotke I Toniplc Israel
Recipe Contest Mon Hear Talk
Inspired by the Chocolate
Lotkes which they have created
What Makes You Think You Are
A Good Mate? will be the topic ;
especially for the forthcoming i of a discussion at the Men's Club.
Jewish holiday of Chanukah,' of Temple Israel on Wednesday,
Barton s Bonbonruerc is holding ; December 12th, 8 p.m., in Kap-
a Chanukah Lotke Recipe Con-I Ian Hall
test.
Beach Center Sisterhood
Has Meeting Today
Mrs. Jack J. Falk, president of
the Miami Beach Jewish Center
Sisterhood, announces the next
regularly scheduled meeting of
the Board of Directors which will
be held today, 10 a.m., in the As-
sembly Hall of the Center.
The first half of the meeting will
be devoted to the regular bus-
iness of the organization. Sched-
ul<(i for the second half are re-
ports on the progress of the An-
r.ual Dinner Dance to be held at
Copa City on Sunday, December
23rd.
A $50 United States Savings
Bond will be awarded for the
most original Lotke recipe, as
well as fourteen other prizes,
ranging from memberships in
Bartons' Sweet of the Month
Club to special Chanukah As-
sortments.
To enter the contest, an orig-
inal pancake recipe must be sent
to Lotke Contest, Barton's Bon-
bonniere, 80 DeKalb Avenue,
Brooklyn 1, New York.
Miami Professional
Hadassah Aids Hospitals
Mrs. Peter Brod, president of
the Business and Professional Ha-
dassah Group of Miami, announ-
ces that the birthday of Henri-
etta Szold will be observed by
group members at a Latke Party
to be given at her home, 760 NW
3rd Street, on Wednesday, De-
cember 12th, 8:30 p.m.
Proceeds will go toward the
support of the Hadassah Medical
Organization ini Israel. The con-
struction of a prop6sed Hadassah
Medical Center in Jerusalem will
also be aided by a pre-Chanukah
Dance to be sponsored by the
group at the Shelbourne Hotel
on Saturday, December 15th, 9:00
p.m. Mrs. Harry Kornfield and
Mrs. Peter Brod are co-chairmen.
Speakers at the discussion will
be Dr. Dora Klemer and Rev. Ed-
ward W. Ullrich.
Dr. Klemer is a graduate phy- j
sician, social worker, marriage !
counselor and the executive di- \
rector of The Marriage and Fam- :
ily Council of Miami. Rev. Ull-
rich is vice president of the Coun- i
cil and spiritual leader of the ,
Memorial Church.
A question and answer period
will follow.
The Men's Club of Temple Is-
rael will sponsor and conduct a ,
one-day Membership Drive on
Sunday, December 9th.
Members of the Temple who j
are not already members of the I
Men's Club will be called upon j
at their homes by Brotherhood
members. The Campaign will get
under way with a brunch for the
solicitors at the Miamian Res-
taurant, 10 a.m., where they will
receive campaign materials and
prospect lists.
Miami Junior Hadassah
Wr. E. Ernest, of the Coral Gate I
Beauty Salon, will lecture and j
demonstrate hair styling at a gen- i
eral meeting of the Miami Junior
Hadassah on Tuesday, December
4th, 8:15 p.m., at the home of
Miss Marion Schwartz, 3174 Eliz-
abeth Street, Coconut Grove.
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B'nai B'rith District 1
Hears Oscar Goldstein
Osiar Goldstein, executive offi-
District No. 1, B'nai B'rith
was guest speaker at its
weekly luncheon meeting recent-
ly in the National Hotel.
Luncheon meetings are sched-
uled for each Tuesday, 12:15 p.m.,
at the hotel. Gershon S. Miller,
h attorney, is chairman.
Norman Lyons Schedule
Newscaster and commentator
Norman R. Lyons will speak on
the United States Immigration
Laws And The Refugee Problem
today, from 1:30 to 2 p.m., over
station WMBM. On Sunday, De-
cember 9th, from 2 to 3 p.m.. he
will discuss: What The Maclver
Report Has Accomplished.
Beach Professional
Hadassah Has Party
The Business and Professional
Women's Group of Hadassah, Mi-
ami Beach, will hold a games
party at the Sorrento Hotel in
honor of Henrietta Szold Day on
Wednesday evening, December
12. at 8:30 p.m.
Children See Exhibit
Sixty-five nursery children of
the Miami Beach Branch. Greater
Miami Jewish Community Cen-
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book exhibits recently which are
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Both El Bovs
llni Of floors
Students of the Beth El Hebrew
and Sunday Schools this week
elected officers of the Student
Council ard Junior Congregation.
Newly elected officers of the
Council are: president. Charles
Hirsch; and vice president. Har-
vey Glasser. The winning slate
for the Junior ongregatjon is:
Junior Rabbi. Goo:s, LtCcOe; As-
tteteol Rabbis. Leonard Rothbart
sr.d Sidney Indigin: and reader.
M Itoa Tambor.
MMtlBp > lhe Student Coun-
c.l are held each Sunday from 12
n to 1 p.m. The Jur.ior Con-
gregation presently consists of
110 members and botch services,
every Saturday al It .; m
The Sundax morning B.ir Mitz-
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Peretz Readings
Continuing its Peretz talks, the
Yivo Committee of Greater Mi-
ami, local branch of the Yiddish
Scientific Institute. New York,
will hold An Evening With Peretz
tomorrow eve: mg. 8:30 p.m.. in
the Conference Room of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion. 420 Lincoln Road.
Readings from Peretj's chassi-
dic. folk and social works given
by Henrietta Schnitrer. Beryl
Morrison and Max Astor will be
preceded by t h e comments of
Marim Kurmar..
E Lesowoder is scheduled to
preside
Israeli Group Hadassah
Shows Activities Film
The luaiill Group of Ha.;.
Id its 'i i..'..:.r open km i I
v. nday, December 10th. i
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I Brotherhood Week
A call upon the church and
synagogue for leadership in the
I observance in the next few days
'of Brotherhood Week, Feb-
ruary 17th through 27th. will be
j issued by Harvey S. Firestone.
Jr.. chairman and chief executive
of The Firestone Tire and Rub-
: ber Co : James A. Farley, former
US Postmaster General, and Rear
Admiral Lewis L. Strauss, presi-
dent. Institute of Advanced Stu-
dy. Princeton. New Jersey.
Their appeal was made as they
accepted the chairmanship of the
Religious Organizations Commit-
tee for Brotherhood Week. The
ration-wide observance is spon-
sored by the National Conference
I Christiana and Jews.
"In a world threatened by the
forces of aggression and tyranny.
erhood Week is a call to all
of goodwill to commit them-
selves anew to the cause of peace
the co-chairmen
cecLittii
In carrying out the objectives
ci Brotherhood Week, the clergy
of all faiths will be asked to pre-
ss on brotherhood.
announcements in bulletins.
tor the re-
ligious press ard deliver radio
and televisi la Youth groups
..Iso be asked to arrange
:u and hoM joint
meetings on mtergroup problems.
President Truman is honorary
therhood Week.
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Memerials for tbe
Jewish Trade
Zamora Center Sisters
To Sponsor Bazaar
A Chanukah Program will con-
stitute the major part of the regu-
lar meeting to be held by the
Zamora Center Sisterhood on
Wednesday, December 12th, at
the Center, 44 Zamora Avenue,
Coral Gables.
Mrs. Louis Barrish is chairman
The Sisterhood will also hold
its annual Bazaar on December
11th and 12th. Hand-crocheted
and hand-sewn articles will be
included in the many items to be
sold.
A Novelty Parcel Post Booth
will sell articles received from
Beth David Hat Brunch
A Mad Hatters Brunch will be
held by the Beth David Sister-
hood on Tuesdav, December 11th,
at 11:30 a.m.
Chairman of the affair to be
held at the Colony Restaurant is
Mrs. M. Rabinowitz. Prizes will
be awarded for the funniest and
prettiest hats.
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jnited Jewish Appeal Meets In Atlantic
ity For Conference, December 14th
tan Jewish Agency Chairman Berl Locker of Jerusalem III A
[neral Chairman Edward MM. Warburg and a Cabinet member
[the Israel Government will be among the principal figures to
dress the annual National Con-
Mice of the United Jewish Ap-
i when it meets December
kh through 16th, in Atlantic
Jtv New Jersey, it was an-
liinced this week by Dr. Joseph
(Schwartz, UJA Executive Vice-
tairman.
jT Schwartz announced also
t the three-day National Con-
ence, to be held at the Tray-
bre Hotel, will be attended by
Ire than 1,500 Jewish leaders
presenting communities in all
1s of the country.
UJA Executive Vice-
IVirman sajd that the Confer-
ee would assess the 1952 budjje-
requirements of the Appeal's
ee constituent agencies the
bited Palestine Appeal, Joint
fctribution Committee and
bited Service for New Ameri-
nsand that action on these
ds would set the stage for the
Cited Jewish Appeal's campaign
[the coming year on behalf of
Imigration. settlement and reha-
ftation programs involving up-
.rds of 1.000,000 Jews in Israel,
irope, Moslem countries and the
kited States.
In announcing major partici-
kr.t? in the Conference, Dr. Sch-
jriz said that the sessions
fuld hear from officers of both
United Jewish Appeal and its
i il agencies who would
tort on campaign and overseas
foniplishments during 1951.
Tre UJA Executive Vice-Chair-
In Sold that the closing session
v:noon would be
rked bv a National Roll-Call
the presentation of checks in
r. -..with the Appeal's spe-
S35.0u0.000 cash campaign.
said that Mr. Rosenwald, Na-
Chairman of the Drive, had
t' I munity leaders prepar-
to attend the Conference to
i num sums with them
the Roll-Call might ter- The program, arranged bv Mrs.
nate the special drive which, | Harold G. Shapiro, was high-
Ice its inception last Septem- j lighted by his review of Daniel
is produced upwards of | Spicehandlers book, Let My
Right Hand wither, and by Mrs.
Dorothy Botts' Chanukali Me-
norah Lighting.
The meeting closed with com-
munity singing led by Mrs. Louis
Silver.
PAtit 5 B
Pioneer Women
Fete Book Month
In observance of its fourth an-
niversary, the Pioneer Women,
Golda Myerson Club, will hold a
Book Review and Membership
Drive in commemoration of Book
Month on Sunday evening, De-
cember 9th, 8:15 p.m., at the Beth
El Auditorium.
Mrs. Vera Zelter, chairman of
Membership, has announced that
the Kadimah Chapter will pre-
sent a skit. Rabbi Morris Skop
will also review James J. Mac-
Donald's book, My Mission in Is-
rael.
Dr. Paul Beck and Miss Ruth
Brotman will render musical
compositions accompanied by
Miss Anyuta Melicov.
Mrs. Ruth Uliss is chairman of
the evening.
jDora Stein Bazaar
l To Open Tomorrow
The Dora Stein Sisterhood of
the Israelite Center is sponsoring
a Bazaar in conjunction with the
Center and the PTA on Saturday,
8 p.m., and Sunday, 12 noon to
11 p.m., at 3198 SW 24th Terrace.
Home-cooked meals will be
served Sunday, 12 to 2 p.m., and
5 to 7 p.m. Hand-made clothing
will be displayed. Other booths
set up will be men's, women's and
children's clothing, lamps, gro- I
eery, hair styling and cutting,
cosmetic and jewelry, cake, mag-
azine, plant, candy, toys, fort-
tunt-telling and children's carni-
val.
A puppet show is also sched-
uled for 8 p.m., Saturday, and
for 1:30 p.m. Sunday.
Good Will Group
The Good Will Group of Great-
er Miami will hold a publi'
games party on Saturday eve-
ning, December 8th, 8 p.m., at the
Beth-El Auditorium.
The committee includes Mrs.
Eva Daniels, chairman; Mi.'-
Gladys Greene, co-chairman; arvl
Mrs. Samuel Wilchyk, refresh-
ment chairman.
I
Brandeis Chapter. AJC
The Brandeis Chapter. Americ. ->
Jewish Congress, will give .t
Membership Tea on Thursday
December 13th, 1 p.m., at the
home of Mrs. Molly Janoff, 28-10"
Prairie Ave.
Theme of the Tea will be Mem-
ber Bring A Member. Gail Be i -
lin, vice president will speak c rt
Your Congress Program.
William O. Douglas
13th year of nationwide cam-
paigning for funds with which to
finance rescue, resettlement and
reconstruction programs through-
out the world and that in this
period the Appeal has raised up-
wards of $750,000,000.
The UJA Conference will open
Friday, December 14th, with a
luncheon and plenary session be-
ginning at 12:15 p.m.
Kadimah Uroup
Hears Review
Jewish Book Month was cele-
brated at the regular meeting of
Kadimah Chapter, Pioneer Wom-
en, last night.
Miami ttraneh
Features Moore
The Adult Social Group of the
Greater Miami Jewish Commun-
ity Center's Miami Branch, 450
SW 16th Avenue, will hold a
Party-Dance in a Night Club set- I
ting tomorrow evening, according !
to an announcement bv Irving
Saal, chairman.
Ed Moore, hypnotist, will give I
a special performance.
The group also has meetings
and musicals every Wednesday '
night at the Miami Branch.
Shochet on Premises
Tues., Wed. & Thurs. 'til Noon
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Dr Schwartz pointed out that
Con!( re nee would also mark
near completion of the UJA's
[adassah Celebrates
Minder's Birthday
Mrs. Oscar Sindell, co-ordin-
p of Henrietta Szold Day an-
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founder, Henrietta Szold, in
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dnesday. December 12th, by
Inching a series of luncheons.
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loughiiut the community.
Proceeds from these affairs will
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7
Szold Group. Hadassah
The Her.rietta-Szold group of
Hadassah will meet on Monday.
December 10th. 1 p.m.. at the
Miami Beach Jewish Center
School.
Gerald Kogan. student at the
University of Miami, will speak
i :-. Zionism And Youth, and the
children of Rabbi and Mrs lies-
I elotf, Rhena ar.d Efram. will
. KM -- ng with the
iram.
Henrietta-Szold day will be
I -.-rated bv the board mem-
- who will open their homes
: parties.
Hanna Senesch Group
H.ir.r.d S Group of
h will hold iU n< \: meet-
| at the Sea Gull H tel d De-
:0th. 1:15 p.m. Mrs Dor-
. Pink will review the book,
Diziy.
ben wiD also
giv a number of M And
SuM
beginning on December 12th,
12 noon.
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Dretrieh Pick*
Committee Head*
H M D:ewich. newly elected
president of the Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation, h.
pointed committees for the com-
ing year Chairmen include:
Dave Kleber. Purim Ball: Joe
Rutansky, Membership: Mrs. H
Mir.off. Ways and Means: V
April. Sunshine: Mrs. J S
dron. Printing and Publicity. Mrs.
B. Sokoloff. Refreshments: Ben
Sokoloff. General House; Mrs. F
Thai. Red Feather. Mrs H
Feldan. Hospitality: Mac Apfel-
U :y. Dave Kleber.
Religious. William Wemtraub.
Dedication: Abe Kaplan. Build-
ing. Hershev Giants, Decorations:
Mac Apfelbaum. Parliamen-
tarian.
, Miami Chapter, AJC
The next Board meeting of the
mi Chapter. American Jew-
ish Congress, will take place on
IWedneM December 12th, l
p.m.. at the home of Mrs. Benja-
Imm Werner. 2901 SW 15th Street.
Gables Men's Club
The Men's Club of Coral Gab-
les Jewish Center is holding a
special breakfast meeting on Sun-
day. December 9th. at 10 a.m.
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Abramson Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memorv of the late Sadie
M Abramson will be held Sun-
day. December 9th. at 1 p.m.. in
Iiami City Cemetery with
Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating.
Ifn Abramson is survived by her
daughters. Sarra Werner. Eliza-
beth Bass. Rose Gross, all of Mi-
ami, and another daughter. Anra
Kramer, of Chicago, and a son.
Nathan, of Jacksonville. Thur-
mond Monument Company is in
charge of arrangements: friends
and relatives are asked to be
present
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Cholodenko Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memorv of the late Jacor
ienko. formerly of 2372 Al-
I n Rnac. Miami Beach, will take
jr, December 9th. at 2 p m .
rkman's Circle Plot of
" Sinai Cemetery. Mr. Cholo-
denko :s survived by
- Nathan and
Robert, and a daughter. Mrs Mir-
iam Knch He was a member of
Workman i Circle Branch 692 of
Beach. Arrangements art
to dmrge : Palmer's Miami
b :ends and
relatives are asked to be pn
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The dedication of a monument
to the memorv of the late Anna
G. Kutzen. formerly of 73-45 By-
ron Avenue. Miami Beach, will .
take place Sunday. December 9th.
at 3 p.m.. at Mt. Sinai Cemetery
with Rabbi Cassel officiating.
Mm, Kutzen is survived by three
daughters. Miss Florence Kutzen.
Mrs. Gertrude Adelman and Mrs.
Bertie Levy: three brothers. Jack. ;
Louis and Nathan Horowitz: a
sister, Florence Rappaport: also
three grandchildren Mrs. Kutzen ,
was a member of Hadassah. Pal-
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Weiss Unveiling
The dedication of a monument 1
to the memory of the late Benja- '
mm Weiss, formerly of 43 >*.E.
Uth Street. Miami, will take,
place Sunday. December 9th at
2 tun. at Mt Nebo Cemetery with '
Car.tor Jacob Tambor officiating. (
Mr Weiss is survived by two
sons. Joe W. of New York, ar.d '
William, of Miami: also a daugh-
ter. Helen Shoyne. of New York,
a brother Julius, of Miami and a
sister. Rose Stem, of New York.
Arrangements are in charge of
Palmer*! Miami Monument Com-
pany; friends and relatives are
I to be present.
A GENERATION OF CJFWF PRESIDENTSThe reeled*
of Julian Freeman, 'second from left) to the Presidency mju
Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Furic. for 1952
maxed the Council's 20th annual General Assembly held on lk.
weekend of November 30th, in Chicago. Mr. Freeman is cot!
gratulaled by William J. Shroder, Cincinnati, first CJFWF PiKi
dent, 1932-1939. Stanley C. Myers. Miami, third CJFWF Pm*
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participated in the three-day conference.
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[post Office Gives "
Ioliday Suggestions
In the hope of facilitating gift
L.ilint; during the coming Holi-
vason, the United States
lost Office, Miami Branch, has
[rged shippers to mail their packa-
ges early.
. While an expansion program
lesianed to handle the large vol-
IJne of holiday mail is one of the
lepartment's major current ac-1 REAX/fT'cORl
Ivities, it is not expected to be lu principal place of buslheM",. Wc
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Florida, Arts ,,f if&, ASSOCIATES
i orpqratton, with
nmrjleted in time to augment the K"'.,,! ".,
ST Augmenting t he present ^ttSSa'U^VmS
bailing stations will be the ea-l n.t-.n.Wr A.n. imi. i-autbl
iblishini; of four Holiday Post Eg* '"'.'i ojjtof of the Secretary of
Se, The first two. located at WMVUUBSf^lhi
lurdines and Sears, will be open provisions of said Chapter no9. i*ws
torn December 3rd to December SLLRSftr A.ct" ?r l- showing the
list. The other two will be locat-
at the Coral Gables American
egion Hall and at Canny's Auto
fag Agency. These will be in
Iper3tion from December 10th to
December 21st.
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tabbath Customs
Mrs. Morris Horwitz, president
the Coral Gables Jewish Cen-
?r Sisterhood, has announced the
|rst of a series of weekly lectures
be given by Rabbi Morris A.
|kop on Wednesday, 10:30 a.m.,
paling with the origin and cele-
(ation of Jewish Festivals in the
Jewish Home.
I The first lecture was held last
I'ednesday at the Center on the
leme. How Shall We Celebrate
Jewish Sabbath In Our
lomes And Why?
Rabbi Skop presented the his-
ric development of the Sabbath
analyzed the. customs.
remonies and their significance
r Jewish children. An Open
followed the lecture. Th .
lecture will deal with the
fcproaching Festival of Cha-
I
dissolution of such corporation, and the
Secretary of state Is satisfied that the
requirements of law have been com-
piled with.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I
have hereunto set my hand
and have affixed the Qreat
&"aLof. ,n* s,ate of Florida,
at Tallahassee, the Capital
this the 3rd day of December,
A.D. 1 ..:,]
R A. GRAY.
(SEAL, SeCreUr>' f "Utt
12/7/51
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 23919
RE: ESTATE (F
SOLOMON WIOlHiR. Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTJON TO MAKE
APPLICATION Fee' FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that we
have filed our final refjari and petition
for Final Discharge aa Bxecut
the estate of SOLOMON WIODOR
deceased: and that on the 2Sth day ol
I'-ember, l!C.l, w.- will apply tj the
Honorable \V. K. BI.ANTON and
FRANK B, DOWLINO, Countc/judges
Dade County. Florida, for approval
ol said final report and for fin.il dis-
charge as Executors of th
S( '.' 'Ml IN WIODl IR. de i
This 26th day of N.
JAi' B WH ID IR
- HARRY Wl IDi IR
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attc neys foi Exe il
12 :-:i-;i
peach Junior Hadassah
imi Beach ur;t of Jur.-
Hadahassah held its first open
mg for the 1951-52
night at the Ken
'; with the newly-elected o:'ti-
i ng.
I On tii agenda was a brief re-
n the national convention
I tly attended by Miss Shir-
[ .n. A skit was also pre-
fcr.ted by the group.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IH HEREBY OIVEN that
ring to ens
nder the fictitious i
[IDA I "AST STc >NE 'O., 167
N W 17th Avenue. Miai i
ntend to reglstei
Clerk of the i ( Dade
nty.F1 irlda.
BIDNEY I! LE-VINE
MI'RRY i. LAN ;
DAVID DRUCKER
kttorne; Sldne H. Irvine
(I Murry .1. Lang
12 :-ii-::
pardiac Home Chapter
Sears Bill Baggs Speak
I The Miami Chapter. National
Ihildren's Cardiac Home, will
Id its n Mulur monthly meeting j fl/SO 11/7-14-?!
the Melvin Cohen Hall, West
flagler Street, on Tuesday, No-
r 11th, 1:30 p.m.
Bill B-.ugs, Miami Daily Mews
Olumnist, will speak to members
Whai Europe Means To You.
fians tor a dinner dance to be
eld on January 6th, will also%e
scussed at this meeting.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN th U
lei signed, desli lag U
business under the fictitious r.
IDEAL CLEANERS, al 8118 N. K. and
Ave., Miami, Fla., Intends to regisl
said name with the Clark the Clr
.uit I'ouit of Dade County, Hi". Is
ADA B. WARNER
i iwner
BERICK, SHAPIRO & FRIED
Attoi m ) foi Appll ant
120 Lincoln R ad
LEGAL NOTICES
X
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
K IH HEREBY GIVEN that
iicd. desiring to engage in
'r.''S,.,""ler thc fictitious name of
ME TRAILER PARTS ,v SERVICE
v W, 22nd Avenue, Dade
" :. int.mis to register said name
'. lerk of the Circuit Court of
"iv, Florid*.
,.. ,,, v. HAM FAITH
: "EN P, KE88LER
'":' Applicant
Igler Htreet
h
is:
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
is HEREBY OIVEN that
igned, cb-sirlnif to engage In
;" under the fictitious i.ame of
- "HER VICE, at aNS S W. 1st
Miami, Fla., intend to register
name with the Clerk of th
< I't ..f Dad.. County, Florida.
MOLLIE K. 1 ItlEDltKRO
ANNE ROTHENBERQ
M-21 -L'S
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
v ,,., NAME LAW
LN'llc I. IS HEREBY GIVEN that
; under the fictitious nime of
LUFIKH SANDWICH SHOP, at
-Incoln Road. Miami Beach, Flor-
ini.-nd to register said name with
,', ,lk',f 'he Circuit Court of Dade
SJty. Morlda.
""'I Jt Miami.
t
. Florida, this 2th
v.-mber. 1951.
KISKI 2 yi!94ll ROAD. INC.
KEHSLER
,He>bold Building
' I2/7-H-21
If SKY
1
N0TIC1 UNDER FICTITIOUS
v,lT..... NAME LAW
'' IS HEREBY OIYBN that
;-"d..|'HlKned, desiring to engage
ess under the fictitious name
AUK HOTEL, at I'.i'H K |ia>
1 rive. Hay Harbor Islands,
mty, Kin.. Intends to register
with the Clerk of the Clr-
of Dade Count v. Florida
DANIEL l>. SCHI.AI-IK. M.D.
RBI ... """T
. 3HAPIBO & KRIED
-,f,ir,,ad"",-''t
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVES' that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BEE JAY ELECTRONICS, at US9
Alton Road, Miami Beach, Fla.. in-
tend to register sail name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
i bounty, Plot Ida.
ItKKNAIU' SPECTOR
JEROME MELTZ
Owners
11 30 12/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
notice is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
FLORIDA BUSINESS BROKERS, ll
IS6 w. Flagler Street, intends to reg-
Ister -aid name with the Clark of the
Circuit Court ol Dade County, Flor-
id*.
IRVING SUSSMAN
Sole c iwner
8TEPHEN P, KES8LER
Attorney for Applicant
22 hi W, Flagler Street
Miami. Fla.
I! : 12/7-M-2I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desli ng engage In
business under the fictitious name of
-th AVENCE SUNDRY SHOP, at 400
s. W. -th Avenue. Miami. Pla
tends to register Bald name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida, ___
ELLA M KENNEDY
Sole Owner
STEPHEN F KE88LER
Attorney for Applicant
2200 W. Flagler Htreet
11'30 12/T-14-I1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BI.CE SAILS DELUXE APART-
MENTS, at 9332 Collins Avenue. BUrf-
Id*, Miami Beach, Florida, intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida _____
LOUIS ROSE
ARTHUR K. i'ATIIMAN
ii aa-aO la/T-M .
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to eng
business under the flctltloua name ol
PRINCE ARTHUR DELI XEAPART-
MENTS ii 0ft Coll IU \wnue, .surf-
si,!.-. Miami Beach, Florida, intent
register said name with the
the Circuit Court of
Florida.
LOUIS ROSE
ARTHUR K. PATHMAN
11/22 20 12/7-11
to
Clark of
Dade County.
PAGE 7 B
LEGAL NOTICE
e, TJil4:,RCU,T COURT OF THE
AND FOs7n.JrVs:0l1F,AL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE CUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY.
MILDRED DeCHIARA, Plaintiff
M'CNtVrir "Rci*'ARA' l*'.dant.
Tiv An ,n,?V PUBLICATION
; m'; ,,e,'H,AKA
SSJ^*1 i-ncar 7,h Avenue)
v..- "k,yn' N"w Vork.
Ihl, \ rimtK, HERB?T NOTIFIED
that a Bill of romp|a|nt for i,ivur,.p
has been filed against you in the
JibOM entitled cause and vou are here-
by required to serve a copv of vour
Answer to the Bill of Complaliit tor
, "fir .'l ,he, Pla'ntlfrs attorneys.
Z r \'hP, [ifl5,al '" the "'I've of
ImfnrJ'.'l"'^ CJI"Uit CUrt "'
before the 2th day of December.
win hi ,*''"^ a DToree Pr" Confess.,
will be entered against you.
fated at Miami. Florida, this 26th
ua> of November. lEtr.i
E B. LEATHERMAN,
clerk. Circuit Court
By WM. W. STOCKING.
., r Deputy Clerk
PALLOT. SILVER & MULLOY
Attorneys for Plaintiff
">04 Ingraham Building
Miami, Florida
11/30 12/7-14-21
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SEIl'ERMAN & TANOORA. at 710
71st Street. Miami Beach. Fla.. intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the circuit Court of Dade Countv.
Florida.
NATHAN A SEIDERMAN
NICHOLAS J. TAXGORA
owners
MARX PABER
Attorney for Applicants
412 Congress Bldg.
II 30 12 7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious :..tme of
STAROBIN AND SONS, it 2388 W
Street. Miami. Florida.
said name with th.- Cle
of the Circuit Court of Dade I
Florida.
BIDNEY RUBIN
BENJAM4N RUBIN
HAROLD GRAHAM
BERNARD MANDLER
Atl tor Partnership
I i.iig
' 10 12 7-14
... _NOT'CE 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.
___. 6U'T FOR DIVORCE
TO: MARGARET PEACEMAN
411 East 54th Street
Brooklyn. New York
toil. MARGARET PEACEMAN. are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed a-
galnst you. and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the bill of Complaint on
the plaintiffs Attorney. JOSEPH
GOLDEN ESQ.. 1423 Seyhold Puild-
ing. Miami. Florida, and file the orig-
inal Answer or Pleading in the office
of the i lerk of the Circuit Court on
or before the 13th dav of December
19i.l. If you fall to do so. Judgment by
default will be taken against vou for
the relief demanded in the Bill of
C omplalnt.
I'.'NK AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 13th day of November.
A.D. 1901.
E B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk
JOSEPH GOLDEN. ESQ.
Attorney for Plaintiff
823 Seybold Bldg.
Miami. Florida
11 16-23-30 It 7
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
PUBLIC SERVICE CAB. In Dade
County. Florida, intends to register
said name with the C*rk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
MICHAEL SIROTA
11 1-5-23-30 1C T
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CORAL GATE BEALTY SALON, ll
172S S. W. 32nd Avenue. Intends to
register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
EARNEST NEWMAN
11/16-23-30 12 7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
HEATH Wood HOTEL APART-
MENTS, at 1S671 Collins Avenue. Mi-
ami Beach. Florida. Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida.
J D H. CORPORATION
Owners
BERICK. SHAPIRO & FRIED
Attorneys for Applicants
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
11 16-23-3H 12'7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN I u
desiring to e
under the fictitious
of MODERN TELEVISION AND
RADH SERVICE, al 233" S W
Miami, Pla., Intend to reglsi
said name with the Clerk of the C -
il Court "i Dade County. Florida.
Mi IRRIS LEFKl >WITZ
BERNARD LEBAR
c iwoers
10, 12/7-14)
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the unde i gned, desiring to ent
business under the fictitious name of
MAI'.!.IN AI'TS at 310 Meridian Av-
enue, Miami Beach, Florida, Intends
to register said name with the I el *
circuit Court "f l'ade County,
Florida. .
LEW SIMMS
POKES & FR1SHMAN
Attorneys for Applicant
ISO Lincoln lb-ad.
Miami Beach. Fla.
11 23-80 12 7-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 145227
ROSALIND SEN FT. Plaintiff.
v.-
EM ANT El. SENFT. Defendant.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: EMANUEL SENFT
304 w.-st aath Stn -
New Y.rk City, New Y rk
You are hereby ordered and requlr-
serve ops of j iui ansa r to
the BUI of C implaint tor Divorce
< h :. os< d hei
PI lint:-- ttornej file the orlg-
f the > .f the
i .. i
tore l
therwlse thi
llll a
:: n ember 15 191
E R LEATHERMAN
t the C
B WM W. S 'KINO
Deputs C
- \" EL J RAND
\ Plali
Hympla B
Mian
-::: 12 7-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
N< "TICE is HEREBY GIVES
the ui g to engage It
.... .
PEXX SYRUP SALES-GO OF I
, IDA, at number :: i N W, fth >
ue. In the '' if M
I tends to i ea e with
I the Clerk of thi Clr ult Court of Dade
c 'ounty, Ploi i l.i
LE< IN BROAD
POKES v IRISHMAN
KV rneys i Appll ..:'t
12 Lii n I".- i l
12 7-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
- -ss under the fictitious name of
SUSAN APARTMENTS, at I 182 Palm
Avenue. Hlaleah, intends to
said name with the clerk of th" Clr-
'ourl if i 'a : County, Plorl i i
BUNBBAM HOMES inc.
A Florida Corporation
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Applicants
922 Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
I 12 7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN : ll
signed desli ing I
der the flctlti :< I I
BARBARA APARTMEN -
East s. .nd Street. H
Intend
| c lit C t ol
il.i.
v\K EISMAN
MAE EISMAN
M IX It SILVER
ts
Build ng
rlda
12 7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVKN 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 143S Drexel Avenue, Miami
Beach. Florida, intends to rein--
said name with the Clerk of the ClT-
uit Court of Hide County. Florida
ALBERT SHENWEATHER
11 23-30 12 7 14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVKN that
th undersigned, desiring to el
in business under the fictitious name
of SUN OPTICAL COMPANY, at 71".
Collins Avenue, Miami Bea< h, l
intends to register >.ii.l name with the
C|,.rk ol the Circuit Court of Dade
Florida. ___..,,,.,
Si .\l >EL D HENDEL
KOVNER .; MANNHEIMER
x.- .,....- for Sondel D. Hendel
4'.'i> Lincoln Roa
i:.., h, Plorl la
11 23-80 1- "-'4
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
Th Jewish Floridlan
Bclt your laqal nollcta.
W* appndato yot
pcrtronctg and cjoaran-
Im actmrato aMirfc* cd
Uqai rot4M. PhoM S-IU1
lac mwasengtu- rrlci*.
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 25503
RE: ESTATE OF
HERBERT RANG EL, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge .is Ancillary Admin-
istrator. C.T.A., of the estate of HER-
BERT RANGEL de ased; and that
on the 17th day of l>ecemb.-r. ISM.
will apply tO the Honorable W P
BL ANTON. Countv Judge : Dade
County. Florida, for approval of said
final raport and for final dlschari
Ancillary Administrator. C.T.A. of the
Estate of HERBERT RANGEL, de-
ceased
This 14th day of November. 1951.
SHELDON N I.Kl.clH'K
Ancillary Administrator
C.T.A.
SHELDON N LELCHUK
Attomev for Ancillary
Administrator. C T A.
W4 Ingraham BId.
Miami, Pla.
11 lt-23-80 12/7
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 145O60
frank PKRO, Plaintiff.
\ I
Risk VERGANO PERO, Defendant.
TO: B is* Veri mo Pare
l:7! 33rd Street
Astoria. lxMie Island
You are required to serve a copy of
vour answer to the Bill of Complaint
for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney,
and to file the original answer in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 8th day of
December. A.D. 1931: otherwise, the
Bill of Complaint for Divorce, here-
tofore filed herein, will be taken as
confessed by you.
Dated nt Miami. Florida, this the
Sth day of November 1951.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida
(Circuit Court Seal) ___.,-
By: WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attornev for Plaintiff
1023 Seybold Bldg.
Miami. Florida
11 16-23-30 12 '7
SEITLIN & COMPANY
PERSONAL
AND
COMMERCIAL
COVERAGES
PHONE 9-3836
! N.K. and ST. MIAMI 32.
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 254-;
-
\NI1". RUBIN. In
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO tVAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
Nl 'Tl' "E '
! ifa i Execu-
NNIE I
IN ...-.' nd
mber, i:C>!. they a'ill
W I- BLAN
,: .i_. f Dadi
Ida, for api
a fo icharge as I '-- il
ol the tc I IENNIE RUB N
ceased
This 2th da) ol N
ANNA FISHB1 !
PAUL A. WASSERM \N
MOBTi IN Ri 'THENBERG
Attorney I r Executr -
IS 7-14-21 -
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN -hit
the partnership lateb subsisting be-
tween Joe Springer and Steve Venesla,
d l> a TOWER SERVICE STATION
at 1100 > W, Mb SI was dlsa !
by mutual consent on 11 30 ".1 ind
that the undersigned intends to carri-
on their business alone, ml will pay
and discbarge all debts and liabilities
of said late firm.
JOE SPRINGER
STEPHEN F KES8LER
Attorney for Applicant
.'Jon West Flagler St.
Miami. Florida
12 T-14-21-2S
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the partnership lately subsisting be-
tween Colon Barker ana Oscar i.
,1 b a Shenandnah Gs .
ited at I IT:' 8. W. 8th St
amir lias been dissolved bs n
consent and that assets of sa I
nets were '"
of :'ll en 'umbranc ei Bt< i V......ii..
the undersigned, earn
i. .- i.-ss undei
and t.. reglstei said name a th the
clerk of the Circuit
Countv. Florida.
STEVE VENEZIA
Sole i 'wner
STEPHEN P KES8LER
Attomev for Applicant
2200 \v Flagler BtrtH I
12 7-14-l-J<
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
the undersigned, desiring to engage n
business under the fictitious name o,
Bl'NCHE PARK BAKERY, at 2200
Bunche Park Drive. Oi>a Locka. Fla.
intends to register said name wini
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado
County. Florida. joR ^
s:o;.. Owner
FREDERICK S. GROSSBERO
Attorney for Applicant
704 Btacayne Building
|] ; 14-M-29_____
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underslRned. desiring to engage
In business under the fid I
of SKYLARK MOTEL, at 9901 E Baj
Harbor Drive, Bay Harbor [i
Pad.- County, na intends U) reglstei
said name with the Clerk iMWIC f-
cult Court of Dade ''.jim>. Ptorldi
DANIEL D W HLAl OC, M O,
BERICK. SHAPIRO & FRIED
Ait,.: m. ) ^ for Applicant
ISO Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Fla.
12/7-14-21-23
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7
Library Remains
Open On Sunday
As an extension of library >er-
v're to the public, the Mam lib-
1 v. ill be oper. from 1 onv. to 6
p.m.", this Sunday. Decir.oer 2nd.
-d will be open each Sunday
j'ternoon thereafter.
The librar>- reading rooms and
1 ''.vspaper room will be open
f >r serious research and recrea-
tional reading, and members of
rofessional staff will be on
luty U render assistance tj read-
> 9
No 0.0 ks :r.av be borrowed on
."jridays. The circulation depart-
-r.t. children's department and
1 irr.mistrative offices will remain
list members of the
1 lblic, a ,-tjff of professional lib-
;i will be on duty. Branch
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rYeed To I.S.
WASHINGTON IJTA Israel
- ... ... united
ites its
:r 1953
'. Li 1 : :.:: .'. 9 0 I
[lowing .: visit by Is-
idor Ab 'j Eban to
l 3tate Departs
ith Undersecretary <>f
:: v.- |ji-
i .'.-.
Sharetl P
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" 101
Mr. Ebar. 'said
rarge-
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iur v: ws on what our
- might e have been con-
i to the United States." He
asized that a "one-ye
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jjnomic illness. The second In-
. 'ailment of aid. he said, would
:ncide with the second year '
Israel's three-year recovery pro-
u am.
I'vuturvs Sholvm
Anrh Hibliophilia
Over 500 volumes of Jewish
, .oks in English. Yiddish ar.d
Hebrew are on exhibit at the Mi-
Beach Public Li rary until
tmber 10th.
The collection inrlu I
books ind en >nial I -
illection f S iem |
B '. Ex it is in i -
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ipervisi m if
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