The Jewish Floridian

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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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University of Florida
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fr^rme 24 Number 50
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14. 1951
PRICE: TEN CENTS
ttempt Bombing Gables |UJA Convenes In Atlantic
tenter; Flay Civil Deputies^** TodaV/ Hear$ p,nl An attempted bombing of the Coral Gables Jewish Center. 320
Palermo Avenue, early last Sunday morning followed immediately
on the heels of the wave of terror that resulted in blastings at the
Miami Hebrew School and Congregation and the Negro Carver
[Village-
A message of warning that the Center would be blown up was
lelephoned to the city's safety director on midnight Saturday. The
xplosive was subsequently
llbrown from a rapidly moving
car shortly after 7 a.m.. Sunday
Imorning, immediately after po-
jjice went off duty from an all-
Isight watch and before 7:30 a.m.,
the scheduled time of arrival of
|the Jewish Center's custodian.
The und< tonated stick of dyna-
|.-.;te was lound by a 12-year-old
IBov Scout. Arnold Levy, who
discovered the explosive near a
door of the Center. Police sur-
Saftty director William G.
Kimbrough reported that three
telephone calls made by a man
with a heavy accent warned him
Saturday night of the impending
bombing attempt. The patrolman
on duty, Howard Sutton, indicat-
ed that all was quiet during his
watch. Following a social event
at the Center, he saw no pedes-
trians or vehicles. Custodian Hen-
[mised that the stick brushed a-iry Smith, when reporting to work
gainst a tree before landing, sincf [ at 7:30 a.m., Sunday, noticed the
|ihe fuse was found some 25 feet [stick and threw it into the street
|jrcm it. Poorly lit, the fuse would i where it remained until Arnold
save required approximately 45 Levy, 516 Catalonia Avenue, Cor-
I seconds to detonate the explos- al Gables, recognized it as dyna-
|jve. __________________I mite and had police called.
Hebrew Academy Celebrates Fourth
| Anniversary With Banquet On Sunday
than 500 persons .will attend the Fourth Annual Banquet
Sunday. December 16th, at Copa City, sponsored by the Hebrew
IAcademy of Miami Beach.
Ac ording to Dr. David Andron, president of the Academy, the
dinner promises to eclipse those staged in the past. Key-noting' the
evening's program, Dr. Andron will address the guests with a short
message relative to the Academy
Meanwhile, a request by Jew- j
ish Veterans to have their 325 |
members deputized met with op-
position from Rabbis of the
Greater Miami area when Lou
Phillips, national vice command-
er of the JWV. reported that a
24-hours watch had been set up
at the West Miami Jewish Cen-
ter, 5720 SW 17th Street. Sher-
iff J. B. Henderson deputized
some 50 veterans who indicated
their desire to maintain the
guard. Rabbi Morris A. Skop.
spiritual leader of the Coral Gab-
les Jewish Center, expressed the
general feeling of the Rabbinate
when he said that deputizing
Jews in particular would lend
credence to the idea that the ter-
roristic bombings are a Jewish
affair specifically rather than a
community-wide affair.
"The bombings represent an at-
tack against all residents of the
area," he said, 'not only Jews.
To inaugurate a Jewish guard
would deny the principle that
an attack against human rights
has taken place."
In a joint statement issued by
Miami Beach Rabbis, efforts to
establish an anti-terroristic com-
mittee of private armed guards
[were flayed. "The spiritual lead-
ers affirm their complete faith
(Continued on Page 4 A)
With Israel Minister of Communications David Zvi Pinkas the
latest addition to a distinguished group of speakers drawn from
American and Jewish public life, the United Jewish Appeal will
open its annual National Conference today in Atlantic City, New
Jersey, to determine American Jewry's role in 1952 for continua-
tion of urgent immigration, settlement and rehabilitation programs
involving hundreds of thousands [
of Jews in all parts of the world. |J>i Abba Hillel Silver of Cleve-
Miami Jewish leaders are leav-
ing by plane today to participate
in the three-day National Con-
ference, meeting at the Traymore
Hotel, which will evaluate the
land; Israel Ambassador Abba
S. Eban; UJA General Chairman
Edward M. M. Warburg: David
Horowitz, Director General of Is-
rael's Ministry of Finance: Jew-
ish Agency Chairmen Btrl Lock-
er of Jerusalem and Dr. Nahum
Goldmann of New York; and
Chairman John Gibson of the
United States Displaced Persons
Commission.
Others scheduled to talk are
William Rosenwald, National
Chairman of the UJA and Chair-
man of the Anc-eal's Special
1952 financial requirements of
the UJA's constituent agencies
the United Palestine Appeal,
Joint Distribution Committee and
United Service for New Ameri-
cans and set both the objec-
tives and the stage for the Ap-
peal's nationwide campaign in
the coming year.
Mr. Pinkis, visiting the United Drive to raise $35,000,000 in cash
I States for the first time since
I becoming a member of the Israel
! Cabinet, will report to the 1,500
Jewish community leaders in at-
tendance on the acute food, hous-
ing and medical needs confront-
during the last four months of
1951; Rudolf G. Sonneborn, Na-
tional Chairman of the UJA and
the United Palestine Appeal;
Rabbi Jonah B. Wise, UJA Na-
tional Chairman; Morris W. Bern-
land its importance in the life
Iof the community as a major
cultural project which lends
Ntself to the building of future
[leaders of Judaism and democ-
Irscy."
Burnett Roth, vice-mayor of
I Miami Beach and general chair-
| tian ol the annual get-to-gether,
commended the various commit-
tees for their tireless efforts in
cehalf oi the affair and the suc-
cessful production of the pictorial
journal which rellects the activ-
'' : the Academy on its many-
page s.
Commenting on the work per-
the Academy in giving
:he Jev ish children of the com-
a basic education in tra-
dition Jewish life and Ameri-
Roth praised the work
zone by Rabbi Alexander S-
-'' and his teaching staff in
sage addressed to Dr. Andron
and the Hon. Burnett Roth: "It
is with the sincerest pleasure and
with unshakable conviction that
I send my congratulations. Those
of us who not only speak of Jew-
ish survival but mean to accomp-
lish it. those of us who mean sur-
vival of Jews as Jews, know with
utter certainty that the diminish-
ing spiritual capital of Jewish-
ness can be replenished only and
alone by the Jewish school."
"Hence," he concluded, "we
welcome every Jewish School
and do our utmost to support it.
Rarely have I been so pit ased,
and indeed, moved as by my
recent visit to the Hebrew Acad-
emy. Rarely have I seen any-
thing approaching so closely the
ideal Ol what a Jewish school in
America should be."
The Musical Cavalcade Of Lite
ing his country and the impact |stein,_ Chairman of'the UJA's ^Na-
of these shortages on pragrams
of immigration, settlement and
absorption.
Prominent among those who
will take part in the Conference
are United States Supreme Court
Justice William O. Douglas; Rab-
tional Campaign Cabinet: Mrs.
S. Alexander Brailove, Chair-
man of the UJA's National Wom-
en's Division: Walter Bieringer,
President of the United Service
for New Americans: Jack D.
(Continued on Page 4 A)
James G. McDonald To Speak At
Chanukah Party, December 27th
creating a curriculum outstand- depicting five different classic
its scope. ;themes, an all-children talent
"It is not only a credit to those show including song, dance and
rheaded the birth of the recital features, will highlight tne
Hebrew Academy," he said, "but dinner program. Presentation ol
enl to the hundreds of the pictorial journal, under the
'iv! inded Jewish citizens who direction of Mrs. David Andron.
contributed toward its con- | will be made to all guests at-
tinued development" tending the party.
ig Lewisohn, author and Local stars of stage udima
critic, hailed the Hebrew have been engaged to supplement
on the occasion of its the entertainment program, uave
nnual dinner. A Profes- Tyler and his orchestra will play
the faculty of rfrandeis both for the stage presentation
University, he stated in a mes- i and dancing.
America's first Ambassador to IsraeLjjjw Honorable James G entire Greater M
and prirleipal speaker at the Bonds expected to take j
-i.i_ ..:__ TU,...P^m c \r- viol RrtnH rolrh
McDonald, will be guest of honor anu y.w ETTZT'i*.,
for Israel community-wide Chanukah celebration on Thuisd-iy i\
r-nins December 27th, at the Miami Beach Municipal Auditorium.
Ambassador McDonald's appearance at the Chanukah festival
climaxes a month of intensive Israel Bond act.v.ty sparked here by
Governor Fuller Warren's De
liami area are
. part in the Is-
rael Bond celebration. Those
purchasing a bond during the
month of December will be ad-
. mitted. A one-hundred dollar or
more bond entitles hond-holders
A program of entertainment, (t0 wo tickets on the main floor;
................. t ,.-.- nf t'Mv dnllar hnnH pntitlM the
featuring piominent stars of
Stage, screen, and television, in-
eluding Michele Rosenberg and
Grade Barrio, will follow Am-
bassador McDonald's address.
Jewish organizations and in-
dividual bond-holders from the
a fitty dollar bor.d entitles the
holder to two seats in the audi-
torium balcony. Reservations for
tables can be obtained by call-
ing the Greater Miami Commit-
tee for Bonds of Israel. Room
1703, Congress Building. Miami.
9-2451.
- Shown from left to right are: Dr. David Andron. prudent o
'he Hebrew Academy, the Hon. Burnett Roth **""
Mmmi Beach, and Sam Schuyler of Copa C.ty. exarmn.ng me
fogram for the Annual Dinner in honor of the Hebrew Academy
lourth anniversary Sunday evening, December lbin.
cember 3rd executive proclama-
tion designating the month of
February as official Israel Bond
Month for the State of Florida.
Long considered one of the
men most responsible for the ex-
isting fiiendship between the
United States and the three-year
old Israeli democracy, McDon-
ald will speak on behalf of Is-
rael's S500.000.000 Independence!
Bond Issue. He is chairman of
the overall Advisory Council of
, the Bond Drive sides campaign
and a long-time champion of the
unqualified rights of Jewish vic-
tims of Hitler's Europe to un-
limited immigration into Pales-
: tine.
i McDonald is considered an out-
standing authority on interna-
tional affairs, particularly those
pertaining to the problems of po-
litical and racial refugees. In
1933 he was appointed League
of Nations High Commissioner
I for German Refugees, in which
capacity he was one oi the first
/Americans to recognize tne im-
pending threat to world peace
and freedom implicit in the Nazi
persecution of European Jews,
H,. ,lso served with considi
distinction on the Anglp-Amerl
can Commission of Inquiry, from
which he emerged as one of tne
most militant proponents of un-
restrained Jewish settlement in
Israel.
The Chanukah celebration will
open with a ben n by Rabbi
Jacob Kaplan, Rabbi Emeritus of
Temple Israel and president ot
the Greater Miami Raboinical As-
sociation. Rabbi Kaplan will
light the principal menoran from
the stage, the auditorium will be
darkened, and at the tables plac-
ed throughout the main floor, Goldberq (leftl. recently became the fust
individual menorahs cpmmemor- JapLJoAuaL Goldberg ^ q{ on
ating the ancient ritual of Chan- Jewish chaplain ""7 r ,our.strip should boards from
. i


PAGE 2 A
+Jenisl> ncrk/iar
Miami Jewish Community Center Signs Charter; Serves Group Agencies
fer of all their
FRIDAY, Decfme^
Snediggr Yields
To Heart Attack
At Age Of 61
LouisFSri untyji
missioner nl> U
Miami b, .^
morn.nu in tl bu"*rl
pital where I
ed in the ceremony officially establishing the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center is
'*,"o".*ubrmtting the charier to Dan B. Ruskin. president of the Greater Miami Jewish
1 hO^-> in the nirtum fp^m !>4r ..-.u. -_-. -.__**__*__ _____; .__. ... ___ *. ** ...
Judge George Molt submitting tne charter to Dan B. Ruskin. president of the Greater Miami Jewish
? *." I ? '".,he P,c*?r 'rni left to right are: Leon Kaplan, president of the Jewish Cen-
rlL... iC1! Sheiner; Ben Essen, president of Miami Jewish Community
? *.. m" sw32 N?"?an Becker. president of Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish Community Cen-
li .'v.. n Husk,,n; Le Huberman. oresident of the YM-WHA. Miami Beach: Sidney Stiller, president
of the Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center; and M. C. Gettinger of Federation.
.,_ ... ei. Mrs. can sussKind, Ha
ih r^!~g : lh.arter of the newly created Greater Miami Jew- two vears ago to coordinate these : Thurman and Carl Weinkle.
rirrM.tr-.,' a Ar p ce last week ip- the chambers of I services in Greater Miami. Election of permanent officers
prminn.-T,riJrL'r"il^ ^Ifl-j Pol.Vas^?rt.of .,h* reo!;gani2at[on of | A Committee on the merger' and a board of directors by the
fer of all their assets to the
new organization, the Greater
] Miami Jewish Community Cen-
ter The latter agency has as-
sumed responsibility of existing
liabilitii -.
A temporary board of directors
under the chairmanship of Stan-
lev (' Myers has been elected to lowing a h<
, initiate steps for the operations the su,fKd
of the new agency. The board
ircludes: Charles Adelman. Nath-
an Becker, Dr. Seymour Blumen-
th.,1, George Chertkof, A. Budd
Cutler. Mrs. Poseph Duntov, Ben
Essen. Leo Huberman, Leon Kap-
lan. M. J. Kopclowitz, Sidney
' Lefcourt, Joseph Masters, Dan
Ruskin. Sam Seitlin, Leo Sheiner,
Fred Shochet, Mrs. Milton Sir-
kin, Isador Simkowitz, Paul Sob-
el. Mrs. Carl Susskind, Harold
* -sold.
He was born at Bartow. ^1
ida, on January 2 i% r*"'
coved an LLB from SuiCl^l
versity, Delard. 19u ,L>]
service in the N\,vv dur^jH
War I. he moved t^M
first I
reelected jn ",924.1 $%%
In 1947, he was eiertori r
first and only xcr*?**
m.mir sc oeoise t noil as part of the reorganization of I A Committee on the merger' and a boar<_
~.i services supported by the Greater Miami Jewish Feder- I of roup work agencies, consist- memberships of the organizations lected to the muni1,
Th ing of representatives from Fed-, involved will take place in the' in 1948 J comm"l
.,^ Y aSfncv wl" service all Jewish group work agencies eration and the agencies involved, "ear future.
H?,d^ ,nn^eadm'riS,ra,10n I"" -r v- ., has been meeting during the past r ~=---------1------------
Mm w?uFrat,ons-.arVhe Iown,}- and oraned more 3 months for the purpose of con-; Warn Immigrants To
."" VmJ\vuI* Cornir.unity Cen- than 18 years ago. for many! solidatir.g and merging leisure I D^^x D J- 11
YM-WHA of Miami Beach, years remained the only Feder- time and recreational services un- KepOrt FeriOCllCally
Jewish Com- ati.>n supported group work agir.- der a single organization. Both The National Council of Jew-1
Six years ago. the Beach Y memberships and the boards of | ish Women has issued a statement! P*
flir.-i,'TrC ,\f thiT, Dnno'n V t.l U. <-. f 1 Mil ----* ______!.. ^ ..s
He leaves two sor.s, Louis j,,
and James, and his wife'2
former Edna Morns, wromlj
married in 1916.
Flagler Granada
'sn,man,eir -a"t gfalMh*^!!' X lx ? ago. tne Beach Y memberships and the boards of: ish Women has issued a statement ** '
Springs Jewish Community was formed to serve the recrea- directors of the Beach Y and the' to immigrants warning that a
T..' .- T !!onaJ and '' ;me needs on JCA subsequently agreed to the < Semiannual Report is to be filed 1
beach Formation of the;Jew- dissolution of their respective by all former displaced persons
Association followed agencies and to the trans- in the United States who came
here from Germany. Austria and
efesT quired over the two-year period,
subsequent to their arrival in
Hebrew Academy Students Show
Proficiency And Class Leadership

_raphy to
Install* Oliiri'rs
r. ., wcijuciii 10 meir arrival in
lUe Installation of officers and the US. These reports are filed,
board members of the Miami semi-annually within two weeks;
7
MANISCHEWITZ
S^^KWTZO
*" r".....--'- .pn,,., bUiird rrcmbers of h Mi j semi-anr.ually will
- tht had. Hebrew School and Congregation ^'fore Janu;'
' eW on Su vening, Sre ESuSTO 'i
before January 1st and July 1st.
! pSefofniSielf!
Synagogue, it has been announc- hls ** and all children who
H. M Drewich. president "* and "^er 21
Becker wS, be Mas- SS&T "" "- f m"
Mai Ceremonies, with Rabbi! A person who enters the Umt-
'.) of the Slmon April installing officer. eci States within 60 days prior to
; Mescheloff told of The Mesdames Ben Sokoloff N :-her the Jirst day of januarv or
mmand to the pious man. Needelman and R. Rutan^kv'are Ii?^fir^ d?v .of Julv need not
' to gather to- ln chaT n, f" .? >,fre make his first report until the
ol- 1? I "*t \ refre->hments. Mrs. next reporting date. The report
ng in ..ge from 9 to 13. '"; l r: """n and Dave Meltz- | requires the following informa-
the ;ncer their owl ,: vl11 handle flowers and ar- ,,on: a) narre ol person, b) alien
supervision, continued the B:bli- rangements registration number, c) age. d)
discussion on ^^ *"* pASR^&'S t^.
ender vocal selections. Hon. g) name and address of em-
ployer.
BJyht Company
lias t.inrrqftn if
)Sahih> I nil
Peracfa led
Baba Kamma th.rwS3d"h.^
t* i done tribute tc.much older mK
young scholars argued with levels of thinking.-
%L?TU33S&? Perach wem back to hisclass-
W ?^Prophets were The dlscussion Noah had1
* on .:- .,nt,oned Seymour Spolter a chan^d to a game of Hot and!
fleet UJ?* ?l hel,d for,h on Jerc- CoId ln Hebrew.
ftus?ias- "what wouw >-ud- **-
the t.ve t^ueHebKmanreSha ld ,0 H,rsch Manische-
':c^ S-n/y Andro ^grecT "* "M you were taken out of
I> Shaktsoeare" M^!"! Ut ?i !. Academ>-? Ru" ^^y from
Sjgned Mendelsohn said home and all the Matzoh and ge-
;h:-v '' ^tn u fuei'
suppl. response v.as quick and ..n. .. .
en came an 0h- nice. here, the youth
translation ol the Sti I I 1 like H here. They won't
' C take me a.vaV
What is cor.densation''" a wi. u.. ____
I onse reflected a gen-
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whef, nfi! ^ mpany f0r JmMS"T and seasonal use
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Jewish Funeral Services...
The Jewish family can entrust to Ui the final
and solemn obligation of the funeral service
with full confidence that everything will be
.". should be.
For many years we have served Jew
from every walk of life. To each funeral we
bring that thorough knowledge and understand-
ing of correct procedure so essential to the
reverent observance of every Jewish religious
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In our two complete funeral chap,
funeral is surrounded by a deeply t irtinl
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UDAY. DECEMBER 14, 1951
+Jei$tifhri I'll Say...
The 75th birthday of Louis Lipsky was a not-
|e occasion. The ballroom of New York's Del-
,.., Hotel was crowded to capacity. Many
,,f course, his friends. But opponents as
Ull as critics of his long, stormy career were also
i to pay tribute to the veteran of American
fjonism. For regardless of ideological and organ-
utional disputes, which were often bitter enough
, oi can deny his stimulating spur upon Ameri-
n Zionism.
JANTS OF THE PAST GENERATION
The event was not without its rueful aspect.
, looking at Louis Lipsky, standing on the
latforni, a tall lean figure with a slight stoop,
trhite hair covering an expansive high forehead
[ver a determined austere face full of character,
ntelligence and dignity, one realizes that he is
l last i>f a devoted band and actually belongs to
In leadership of a bygone day. His colleagues
urc the late Stephen S. Wise, Jacob De Haas,
lenrietta Szold, Louis D. Brandeis, and Julian w!
ack. As a young man, his associates in Europe
pere Max Nordau, Ahad Haam, Shmaryahu Le-
m. Leo Motzkin, Bialik and Usshiskin. The only
ontemporary figure who belonged to this race
rf niants is Pres. Chaim Weizmann, and his health
s failing rapidly.
UNIQUE CAREER
But if Louis Lipsky helped to shape American
lonism. he in turn was moulded by the move-
lent. And in this category he stands unique,
or he was the first layman to choose a purely
ionist career and achieve eminence without the
id of degree, profession, wealth, title, or office,
rior to Mr. Lipsky, no or.e excepting Rabbis
ould attain prominence in Jewish life without
irst becoming distinguished in the Gentile world.
1GH QUALIFICATIONS
Nor was he unequipped to achieve high dis-
tinction in the professions or in journalism,
ifted with a sharp mentality and ready wit,
ucidity in expression, together with a happy
[faculty for the choice and effective word, Mr.
Lipsky could sway a convention against the
strongest opposition. Never eloquent in the con-
ventional, emotional sense, he can hold an audi-
ence spellbound by the sheer force of intellect. His
ippeal lies in what he says, even tho his style is
punger.t, stimulating, scintillating with poetic
overtones and undertones. As a lawyer, he would
been extremely effective before the high
courts as well as with juries.
PAGE 3
Louis Lipsky; Dean Of American Zionism
LITERARY EXCELLENCE
Friends often deplore his abandoning a liter-
ary career for Zionism. They feel that he would
nave left an impress upon American letters. In
early years he had written plays, short stories,
polemic articles, and became dramatic critic for a
leading New York daily. While we cannot esti-
mate the extent of his unfulfilled creative powers
in imaginative literature, there is no doubt about
his gifts as a writer of exquisite, chizeled arose.
Judgment of dramatic values, insight into politi-
cal maneuvering, understanding of international
atlans, a feeling for social movements, capacity
for analysis might have developed in Louis Lipsky
a columnist, commentator, and journalist of high
dimensions. He appears to have that undefinable
intuition and discrimination that is is indispens-
able for creative criticism.
ALL TO ZIONISM
But if Mr. Lipsky's defection was a loss to
American letters, Zionism certainly profited. A
complex personality, his contribution is highly
individualistic. His approach is neither religious,
nor scholarly, nor economic. His early leanings
may have been towards Socialism. Yet at no
time was he identified with Poalei Zion or the
Verband. An individualist himself, he neverthe-
less stresses the importance of organization and
demands Zionist discipline.
Neither Chauvinist nor internationalist, not
for Capitalism nor for Communism, rational to all
cultural values yet almost pathological in aversion
to clericalism in religion, Louis Lipsky is highly
Jewish conscious and completely immersed in
Zionist ideology. Since Herzl, Nordau, or Zang-
well no spokesman has interpreted Zionism on a
loftier plane.
HEAD OF THE ZOA
In 1920s, before the advent of Hitler, the Jew-
ish State appeared an absurd, remote dream. Any
one foretelling that the UJA might some day-
collect $100,000,000 annually would have been
sent to Bellevue for observation. Worldly men
of affairs considered Zionism a milder form of
lunacy. Labor and the intelligencia, the sophisti-
cates and the enlightened were disdainful of a
Jewish "separatist" movement. It was during the
era of jazz, of prohibition, of liberals flirting with
the Third Internationale that Louis Lipsky was
at the helm of the ZOA. And it had less members
jjayjng dues in New York City than the aggre-
Greater
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
gate of male and female Zionists in
Miami today.
DISSENTIONS
His administration had tough sledding. More
concerned with spreading the Zionist idea than
operating along penny-pinching standards, he ran
the ZOA into a deficit, which today would be
peanuts. Critics imbued with the factory ideal of
balancing the budget raised a howl about insol-
vency, as if an idea can go bankrupt. Passions
ran high. The fierce opposition recruited the dis-
gruntled partizans of the Brandeis-Weizmann
split and defeated the Lipsky administration. But
never for a moment did Mr. Lipsky falter in his
Zionist loyalties. He continued to give the best
of himself to this day.
ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICE
The contribution of Louis Lipsky to American
Zionism has been twofold. After the furious battle
at the Cleveland convention, Steohen S. Wise,
Abba H. Silver, Judge Mack, Jacob De Haas and
other notables of the Brandeis faction withdrew
their active participation. The movement might
have split assunder or degenerated into petty
bickerings. At this critical juncture Louis Lipskv
became President of the ZOA perhaps the only-
leader of stature left who could prevent its dis-
solution. Losing the glamour names, he turned to
the plain people and forged the organization into
a more democratic mass movement. In a practical
sense, he saved Zionism in the USA during a
crisis.
CONTRIBUTION OF INTELLECT
His real service, however, is even more sig-
nificant. A man of intellect, with ideas ferment-
ing in his active brain, he was the theorist, the
shapcr of ideology and policy in American Zion-
ism. Holding the value of ideas as more impor-
tant than "projects," he attracted many young
intellectuals who might have been lost to Marx-
ism during the halcyon days of Lenin and Trotsky.
Justice Brandeis brought in lawyers, judges, and
men of substance. Stephen Wise broke the solid
phalanx of Zionist opposition within the Re-
formed Rabbinate. Louis Lipsky invited into the
ZOA writers and theoreticians: the Carolniks, the
Mclameds, the Israel Goldbergs, (Rufus Learsi),
the Ludwig Lewisohns, the Maurice Samuels. Due
to the written and spoken word of intellects,
Ameiican Jewry now stands on the Zionist plat-
lorm.
\Uvth Shalom Cluh
I To Hear Winhcr
Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual
Deader of Temple Beth Sholom,
[has announced the formation of a
[Young Married Couples Club.
At an organization meeting at
Ithe home of Mr. and Mrs. Stan-
1 ford Jacobs, a temporary set of
officers, with Mr. Jacobs as presi-
|dent. was elected.
The group's first regular sup-
Ipc-r meeting took place on Sun-
ver.ing. December 2nd, in
Ithe King Arthur Room of the
.Saxony Hotel. Dr. Dora Klemer,
Executive Director of the Mar-
riage and Family Counselling
of Greater Miami, was
the guest speaker. The group will
meet regularly at a supper meet-
ing the first Sunday of each
month, On January 6th, the
speaker will be Dr. Granville
Fisher, Professor of Psychology
at the University of Miami.
A small study group of the
Young Married Couples Club
plans to meet each Saturday
afternoon, 4:30 p.m., under the
guidance of Morris H. Strassberg,
Educational Director of Temple
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Hillel
I*. is s-.c .-.: Rcbh: H;1V thai once daring c
severe BBVw storrr. he so: oo. the roof of c house
end itste-ed thiouoo. the chimney to TohnuoLo -1
dtscussicr. takor.c pi-re c-elow
The sr-.: o: tie old Rabht rots cpparenuv
reer. tnstuleol tr.tc :he -%-~.tt-.-~--.^- that bears hts
r.arr.e todcry. It is sc: ..-. "the nature c: :r. excess
to ccrtstue: Htllel Houses all eve: the octir.tr-. .
woto.-.ers .- o, so:- While world events i
vos: :.vo oleoacles wttnessea the near extmc-
t.or. o: European, "ewrv the H.lle. o:cnr. 10 or
dry iavaded 0011 ece OSBBpBBBB, Xililnhliil
=* y = :-o entree ewish nteo
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MMKsisc o: Juicis-- ;:-,
:;-:;"f: about \:.~~ t.-.?.: brothers
Mi _:oe:eo they oould o ?;s _r.ner
: '--e=t the youro ooheoe sr_o
orou" -**- el l~ot.se ov ~
"-"_ d o. -errrselves w-. o tarrfui too
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-: the Bible
Hebrew Aeaderm
On Sunday evening. the rlebrew 4
celebrates its fourth m_ ^""S;|
raising dinner at Copa City ^1
seen the Academy rise to c dttt .w-j
among educative circles la STS1PL
czea. It is not ohen that one cai 1 -~ ^a*
c- -- it it. ----------*- #_ "- OUl
r:e -nil
a private organization for appla seButrtL*!
brew Academy has beer, uncor-"-- "I f H
to rise above the more perser- -."*'
privacy. What is most strr-~".-".i~-"^* Qf'
lies-
the desire to serve all postures of "--"-l*"'?
DOM of orthodoxy ot conser.-o-^~'^t'nn
..-.to its choice of students. T: ,'_."^eK*,
ers as its prime function the leo;--'"'
the direction of Hebrew as
'.-
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THE STRUCTURE GROWS
os or ::.:;:: to. the pnr.rtr.les o: tcler-
The reoer.: toortste: :: 0 olee-ol :o lor.o or. the
remry 0: Mo. :;-:_= :o: o :.;t "-'>]
House .5 welt:-eol oy all ot us. In as rurare no*-
he oroo-z-rc-too w_ .-; ;3 ::.e -5
w atones .- z ::.i z: upheaval where reason
ZOA President
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.o-c the by-paths of Jev. "-"^
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..-.dtviducl student into his dassroc:'-'''=.-
cwn. ultimately to be eniarcec bv -"-T-" ~*
necocnizmg the dancer inhen
chtal school system as an educat-ve ^3
the Hebrew Academy has MtabLsced o'v^^b!
aihed Elnglish curriculum to au-atez: o-^
Hebrew studies. A regular z:~~ ~~r
men mcorporatinc science '-'JO?
leaves little for its students to zti -^ 03 -"^Ji
ing process for integrater. ..-; sooirrl
v. I- .r.t they l.ve '? m
The Hebrew Academy's aBBtvenay oaj
-r.e:e:o;e :? :e:;::e: oy -;. _; :'rt:'^
oo.-.:ever- the educative : ? v/fj B
awareness of its traditions bow 1; taadt m
rr.ust fes'er .:s hiture growth.
o-her. momentarily dies. The dnve fc:
r.^eded to complete the r.c.s- _- _e ;.;ei 2t|
e who Lice the old R=bo. tro.o.-r; :; ^-:-~
while revelling in the beauty z: .:;:_: :
free thought.
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ID AY. DECEMBER 14. 1951
eth David Schedules
hanukah. New Year's
Ve Celebrations
>lans are being completed for
_. Beth David Annual New
far's Eve Supper Dance which
T be held Monday night, De-
fcbcr 31st, at the Beth David
iagogue.
Mrs. Phil Abrams is chairman
I js being assisted by Mrs.
Ees Weiss, tickets; Mrs. Saul
ftez, reservations; Mrs. Harry
ckoinmn, refreshments; Mrs.
fcoic Bakst, Mrs. Sam Dickson,
tics: Mrs. Max Shapiro, public-
I; and Mrs. Ernest Sussman,
toiatiims.
|teve Kessler's Orchestra will
Iv for dancing. A midnight
ttfct supper will be served.
t Chanukah program will
Ihlighl the regular monthly
leting of the Beth David Sister-
k1. Wednesday afternoon, De-
nfcer 19th, at 1:30 p.m. Sun-
1 children will present
special holiday program.
joist.- .md narrators in the can-
i lighting ceremony will in-
1(1, Carol Abrams, Robert Rab-
Iwitz, Barbara Baum, Adele
Igcl. Myron Abramowitz, Phly-
] Kauffman and Spencer Sny-
Hrs. Jules Weiss, chairman of
Belli David Gift Shop, will
.i -hurt talk on her project.
f
Mrs, Jaeobson
Present* Film
Mrs Zelda Jacobson will hold
a fund raising affair on he lawn
Sunday, December 16th 8(-30 d
m., at 2160 SW 15th Street P'
The movie, Gentlemen's Agree-
ment, will be shown. Proceeds
Will go to the Eleanor RoosevcU
chapter of the B'nai B'rith Wom
*ygBbkBu&bE.
Tropical Chapter
wT^PiCal h?ptcr- B'nai B'rith
Women will have a card party
at the Seacombcr Hotel, on Wed-
nesday evening, December 19th,
8:30 p.m. Mrs. Leroy Levy is
general chairman of the affair.
Miami Adults Have
Dance, Joint Picnic
The Miami Young Adult Leag-
ue of the Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center, 450 SW 16th Av-
enue, is having a Record Dance
tomorrow evening.
On Sunday afternoon, Decem-
ber 16th, there will be another
all-day picnic at Crandon Park
sponsored by the Miami Young
Adults and Miami Masada. A
car pool leaves from the Center
at 10:30 a.m.
The League will hold its meet-
ing on Monday night, December
17th.
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Israel Zionist District
Dr. Louis G. Lytton, president
I of the Israel Zionist District, an-
nounced that the Board of Di-
rectors will meet on Monday ev-
ening, December 17th, at the
home of its chairman, Seymour
B. Liebman, 1748 Biarritz Drive,
Miami Beach. The present crisis
in Israel and the Bonds for Is-
I rael campaign will be discussed
as well as future plans for the
district.
Sholom Women
A Dessert Luncneon and Card
Party will follow a short business
meeting of the Sholom Women,
B nai B'rith, at the home of Mrs.
Ellis Goldin, 2634 SW 4th Aven-
ue, Miami, on Tuesday afternoon,
December 18th, 12:30 p.m.
Israelite Sisters
i< t Off leers
The Dora Stein Sisterhood of
the Israelite Center held an of-
ficer election at its last meeting.
New office holders are Mrs. N
hhenkin, president; Mrs. L. Co-
hen 1st vice president; Mrs. I.
; Goldberg. 2nd vice president;
Mrs. B. Weindenfeld. 3rd vice
president; Mrs. S. Steerman, re-
cording secretary: Mrs. H. Stock
corresponding secretary; Mrs
M. Lefkovvitz, financial secretary;
Mrs. J. Abramson, treasurer; Mrs.
p. Granat, chaplain; and Mrs.
Jack Tobb, social secretary.
Board members will be the
Mesdames A. Baron, K. Becker
A. Cotzin. J. Finkclstein, S. Zol-
Iinger, A. Matersky, B. Sucar-
man and J. Schwartz.
Miami Sisterhood
Sees Yiddish Skit
The Sisterhood of the Miami
Hebrew School and Congrega-
tion will hold a regular meeting
on Wednesday, December 18th.
12:30 p.m., in the Synagogue
honoring all new members, it
was announced by Mrs. Joseph
Schwadron, president.
Highlight of the program will
be a Yiddish skit in which the
membership will participate.
Rabbi Simon April will speak on
the Implications Of Chanukah.
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married la.-t Saturday evening to
Mr Treodore Levine in a cere-
:> held 2t the Lincoln Manor,
. Beach
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff of(i-
'exchange of vows.
The bride, daughter o! Mr ard
-le. of 27 NW
103rd S:: quisette over satin styled with
a cape of chantilly
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rith tiara of tullee and
seed pearls completed rer ensem-
ble She was given away by her
groom is the son of Mrs
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of Jerst
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-raid of honor.
Vatic\. Gordon To
Wed December 20th
The ergagement of tr.eir
daughter. Barcara. to Mr. Jack
D Gordon, son of Mrs Henrietta
R Gordon and the late A. Louis
Gordon. 1650 James Avenue, has
bees announced br Mr. and Mrs.
-rrt TaOey, of 2074 Prairie
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The bnde-elect received her
AB degree from the University
: Wisconsin and her MA degree
from Teachers College. She will
receive her Ph D. from Columbia
ia June. M*ss Yaffey
pres*r.Uy teaches English for
:s at the University of
Mr G^nj;n received his AB de-
gree from the Ui '. Mich-
.gar. ana is in the insurance bus-
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. December 20ts. before
ac ultimate gathennx of immedi-
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an e.\;e?sied European
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Personally Speaking
, Dr. and Mrs. I. Leo Fishbein have flown to Mexico Citv to
Lnd the 4th International Mental Health Convention beina
jrcm December 11th to 19th. y
* + +
Mr. end Mrs. Robert Nash, of 600-15th Street Miami
,ch. are entertaimnq Mr. Nash's brother. Dr. Joseph Nach-
L, of Haifa. Mr. Nash recently returned from a two-month
, to Israel, accompanied by his brother whom he had not
a in 39 years. Dr. Nachshon plans to spend the winter on
,mi Beach.
* *
Max Rosenstein, 1342 Drexel Avenue, has returned to
mi Beach after spending the summer in New York Citv
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Gershon S. Miller, 825 Michigan Avenue,
imi Beach, announce the birth of their daughter, Shellie
jn, last November 25th, at St. Francis Hospital. Maternal
Lidmother is Mrs. Faye Cupler. Paternal grandparents are
and Mrs. Simon Miller.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Lubel, of 1975 South West 17th Court,
mi, spent the Thanksgiving weekend in New Orleans,
ire they attended the wedding of Miss Elaine Lubel to Her-
Mintz.
* *
Returned to the City after a brief vacation at the Hotel
ional in Havana, are Mr. and Mre. George Talianoff, 4560
idian Avenue, Miami Beach.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Renz, of 288 N.E. 53rd Street, Miami,
lounce the birth of their daughter, Deborah Ann, at Jackson
norial Hospital last Tuesday, November 4th. Hosts at their
ighter's naming which took place in the Beth David Syna-
Die were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Klein, maternal grandparents.
rnal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Renz.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Liff, of 954 Meridian Avenue, Miami
ich, were hosts at a luncheon held in their home last week,
It Mr. and Mrs. Joe Krantz for the Child Rescue Fund.
Ion'a Casualties
roves I'ostly
:,; months old on Dc-
| : ith, the war in Korea
le County approxi-
ely [2 .i-aaltics per month, a
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j ine 25. 1950, the County
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^nd 30 missing in combat. Six-
non-combat deaths and 8 in-
also listed.
Imong those killed, missing
traded are Pfc. Alfred C.
Pvt. Kenneth E Ra-
il, Cp! Jerome Brams, Cpl.
! G Ion, Pvt. Lewis Green,
Elliott Grecnblatt and Pfc.
In Mormorstein.
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PAGE 7 A
Westview Country Club Opens Season
With Fashion Show Attended By 400
last week withf "E ^cstviKew Countr>' Club ''Pencd their season
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befor?Cnm^nnWlS held in. uPstairs ballroom at Westview
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ante if Sut1h;I.streai,icrs of gold, pink and blue decorated the
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A June wedding is being plan-
ned for Miss Marlene J. Braun,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed-
ward Braun, of 2161 SW 16th
Street, Miami.
The bride-elect's engagement to
Eugene L. Wilpon, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Wilpon, 2761 SW
16th Street, was revealed by her
parents last Sunday.
Miss Braun is a graduate of
the Forest Hills High School,
New York, where she was presi-
dent ot the school. Mr. Wilpon re-
ceived his BBA degree from the
University of Miami where he is
presently attending the Law
School.
I luifhi-tri (tniuln
Has 4iamvs Party
A dessert-games party will be
held on Tuesday. December 18th.
1 p.m.. at the Flagler-Granada
Jewish Community Center, spon-
sored by the Women's Group.
Mrs. Louis Esloe. chairman,
says funds will be earmarked for
the completion of the Center
building.
The Center has concluded plans
for ifs fourth annual New Year's
Eve Ball scheduled for December
31st. at 9:00 p.m. A buffet sup-
por, dancing and favors are on
the agenda according to Leo
Rothstein, chairman.
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Mrs. Louis Schwartz is chair-
man of the Downtown Syna-
gogue Sisterhood Annual Cha-
nukah Party which will be held
on Sunday evening, December
23rd, 7 p.m., in the Melvin
Bloomberg Social Hall.
Steiner Article Appears
In Library Journal
An article written by Miss Dora
Steiner, librarian at the Kinloch
Park Junior High School, ap-
peared in a recent issue of the
Library Journal, nationally dis-
tributed magazine. Al Lange, Jr.,
Dade County Board of Public In-
struction, announced.
The title of Miss Sleiner's ar-
ticle is New Horizons, and an-
swers the question: What is ex-
pected of the school library wh%n
a basic education program is in-
troduced?
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Original Works
The Greater Miami Jewish Folk
'chorus will hold a Chanukah
Concert on Sunday evening. De-
cember 16th. 8:30 p.m., at the
Miami Beach High School.
Ben Yomcn, music director of
the Chorus for the fourth seas-
on, will present his own Cantata
entitled, ChanukahSymbol Of
Freedom. The nine narrators will
be Maurice Carroll, Hyman Gure-
witz; Bernard Roller. Irving
Stander, Helen Puritz. Sonia
Weiss. Frances Packer. Beatrice
Hurowitz and Harry Gclbnrd.
Mother Of Liberty, a poem by
Dora Teitlebaum. and set to
music bv Yomen, will also be
presented. Mis. Ben Yomcn will
do the accompanying at the pi-
ano.
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Beach Center Has
Party For Students
Sydney J. Greenberg, Educa-
tional Director of t h e Miami
Beach Jewish Center, announces
a Chanukah celebration for the
boys and girls of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center Religious
Schools to take place on Sunday,
December 23rd.
Festivities will begin in the
classrooms with Chanukah games
and the traditional exchange of
gifts. A Chanukah Luncheon will
then be served by the PTA, with
Mrs. Harrv Brick acting as chair-
man. Mrs. Theodore Hankolf.
president of the PTA, has an-
nounced the formation of a work-
shop designed to orient parents
in the organization of the Luncn-
eon as well as in the instruction
of the meaning of Chanukah. Ses-
sions include Decorating The
Home For Chanukah, Prepara-
tion O f Special Foods. Games
And Plays For The Holiday, and
The Story And Significance Of
Chanukah.
Highlighting the Luncheon pro-
gran; will be the presentation of
| j, e Religious School
Librarv. which climaxes the in-
tensive Book Drive ending on
December 23rd. The gjift will be
accepted by Rabbi Irving Lear-
man, spiritual leader, on behalf
of the Congregation. Other fea-
tures will be a Class Song Con-
test and a Dreidel Contest. All
students will receive a gift box
of candles and a dreidel from
the Parent Teacher Association.
Dies which carried an assortment
ot tropical flowers. Main course
of the menu was squab.
Mrs. Arthur Ungar, wife of a
former president of Westview,
entertained her houscguest, Mrs.
Louis Haas, of Jacksonville. She
wore a coral shantung dress and
was hatless. Mrs. Ungar's daugh-
ter, Mrs. Jerome C. Hofmayor,
also woring shantung in oyster
white with black accessories.
Others in the party were Mrs.
Mono Amathan. Mrs. L. F. Snet-
man, Mrs. Hal Levin, Mrs. Lois
Grife, Mrs. Charles Goldstein,
Mrs. B. B. Goldstein and Mrs.
Magnus Altmayer, Jr.
In Mrs. Sidney Meyer's party
were Mrs. Joseph Halpert of New
York, Mrs. Mitchell Wolfson, Mrs.
Mayer Spencer, Mrs. Sam A
Goldstein, Mrs. Joseph Rabin,
Mrs. William Lewin and Mrs. E.
Max Goldstein.
Mrs. James Cobbs, in navy taf-
feta, was hostess for her mother-
in-law at a party attended by
Mrs. Henry Cobbs, Mrs. Erwin
Karden, Mrs. James Harvey Mey-
er, Mrs. Shirley Bronner, Mrs.
Harry Faber, Mrs. Daniel Rich-
ter, Mrs. Leon Green asd Mrs.
Sanford Kramer. Featured in
Mrs. Cobbs' gathering were the
black taffeta worn by Mrs. Kar-1
den, the rough shantung off-
white worn by Mrs. Harvey, the'
grey and blue print coat dress of
Mrs. Bronner, and the black and'
Home Auxiliary
Has Holiday Tea
The Annual Membership Tea
which also marks the seventh an- '
niversary of the Miami Beach
Women's Auxiliary to the Jew-
ish Home for the Aged will be
held on Tuesday, December 18th.
12:30 p.m., at the Shore Club
Hotel.
Following the opening prayer
by Mrs. Max Greenberg, founder
of the auxiliary, Mrs. Sol Silver-
man, president, will preside at a
brief business meeting. Mrs. Jack
Udell, chairman of membership
will welcome all members and
present gold pins to new life
members.
In commemoration of Chanuk-
ah, Mrs. Louis Glasser. program
chairman, will present Rabbi
Leon Kronish of Temple Beth
Sholom who will speak on the
Chanukah Festival And Its Re-
lationship To The Home. Mi's.
Silverman will then lead the
group in a candle-lighting cere-
mony assisted by members of the
auxiliary.
Following the program, hos-
tesses at coffee and games will
be the Mesdames Morris Dubler,
Gussie Essman, Rae Frank, Es-
ther Friedal. Max Greenberg. .
Nathan Horn. Morris Kriegel,
Moses Krieger. Regina Lebeau,
R. Lakin. Bessie Meslinc, M. S.
Rubin Morris Sparber, B. J. j
Schwartz, Anna Strauss, Rose |
Schneider. Louis Makovsky, Sol
Silverman and Jack Udell.
w'nite hat designed and worn by
Mrs. Richter.
Mrs. Sam Rcsnick, in a three-
tiered accordian pleated t
skirt and small black hat, had as
her guest Mrs. Ben Bilvi .
who carried a Sally,Victor tii-
corn bonnet in beige silk beaver.
Others in Mrs. Resnick's party
were Mrs. Perrine Palmer and
Mrs. Maurice Weinstein.
Arriving simultaneously at the
fashion show were Mrs. Hal Pel-
ton and Mrs. Leonard Abess. Mrs.
Baron de Hirsch Meyer, behind
them, wore black and white flow-
ers wired to form a halo. Others
present were Mrs. Joseph Wcin-
traub, Mrs. Julius Alexander,
Mrs. Robert Greene, Mrs. Fred
Ravlin, Mrs. Sydney Weintraub,
Mrs. Seymour Rubin, Mrs. Je-
rome Sangerman and Mrs. Dud-
ley Meyer.
Also seen were Mrs. Jack Mint-
zer, Mrs. Alvin Sandier, Mrs. Ir-
ving Greenfield who entertained
for Mrs. William Capland, Mrs. L.
R. Kupper, Mrs. Joseph Fenias,
Mrs. Otto Fenias, Mrs. A. M.
Chisling and Mrs. Joseph Scolof.
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"Between You and Me
By BORIS SMOLAR
(Copyright, 1951, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
9 .
WASHINGTON MOODS: StionS
; ail moods now prevail in
ngton ... It is expected
that Truman, in his Presidential
. ,t the re-opening of Con-
will urge American aid to
in 1952 on a much larger
jcale than the $65,000,000 grant-
I this year ... It is also
ivn the the Pentagon favors
bstantial military aid to Israel
. This despite the fact that Is-
rael has apparently not applied
such aid officially The
ion why Israel refrains from
asking for military aid lies in
the fear that the Jewish State
. be requested to disclose ccr-
n army secrets to the Pentagon
And this is opposed by some of
the Israeli officers trained in Ha-
inah traditions of security .
7:. are afraid that any military
information given Washington
sooner or later reach the
Arabs American government
experts who were sent to study
the economic outlook in Isratl
have returned from there with
a very interesting report They
established that much can be
done in Israel with American
technical aid Their study was
made, without any publicity, in
preparation for the departure for
Israel of Bruca McDaniel, the
American coordinator of technic-
al aid for Israel ... By the time
this is printed, Mr. McDaniel will
already be in Israel There
j- a good deal of confusion re-
gardins his relations with Edwin
A Locke, Jr., who was appoint-
ed special representative of the
Secretary of State and left for
the Near East to coordinate
American technical aid to Israel
i.r.d the Arab states ... It is, for
instance, not known whether Mc-
Daniel is to submit his reports to
Locke, or is to send them direct
to Washington ... At any rate,
Israel will now have to deal with
two American coordinators .
The more, the better, since it in-
cicates greater American inter-
est in Israel .

DOMESTIC AFFAIRS: The num-
cer of young Jews joining the
American armed forces is grow-
-n from month to month .
There will soon be about 200.000
Jewish youth in the U.S. Aimy,
Navy and Air Force ... This is
quite an impressive figure con-
ng that this country is in-
lv( d in only a "cold war" and
a shooting war, except in
Korea ... In the last World War
there were about 600.000 Jews in
U.S. armed forces, and at that
thi figure demonstrated that
h participation in the armed
services was much larger than
: proportion of Jews to the
- n> ral population The prcs-
participation is even larger,
nsideriijg the fact that during
ear men were drafted up to
of 45. while now only
voting are being conscripted
To get an idea what 200.000
pie mean as an armed force,
is sufficient to say that there
quite a number of small coun-
' s where the entire army has
than 200.000 men This
true today even with regard
Israel which is still in a slate
war with the neighboring
eountries ... It must be
I'd that mar.y young men in
U.S. armed forces are not
ntified as Jews because of
r non-Jewish sounding names
I'. Hi've it or not. but you i an
I m the armed forces Jewish
1 i With i aincs like VictOl C
'. Robert Clifford, Frank P.
ghtery, Harold D. Flanagan.
Ul Quint. Paul Hanson, See
Pacifici, Seymour Ponemone j
The war records compiled bv ]
the National
^bwifelbJEIIioiciidliigun
MIAMI, FLORIDA,
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1951
Ji i h We
n.> j--------- *wn welfan
Board carry many such nor leu-
Jewish extraction ...
BETWEEN COVERS: The love
fcee' ?n'" a,n" Bath-Sheba
has beer, told and r< told in sev-
eral novels pub ished during8^
^nu^s\^1rv<'n;nn;:
Zuhav, an Israeli author, s a"-
& *"* to te,J tlu' Mm *tory
a ,d Bath-Sheba, just published
by Crown Publishes, ls an ap.,1-
SK5. "TL, tryin '" ju^y
Davids Plotting to kill Bath-
Sheba s husband ... In a verv
dramatic form, the author seeks
to present the tacts of David's
sin with Bath-Sheba in quite
fnl'ff,I1 "ht than presented
in the Bible ... He makes David
tell the story while on his death-
fL' ,' And a P'cture emerges
of David in love with Bath-Sheba
long before he was king ... In
fact, he fell in love with her in
his early youth when he was still
MgDherd boy According to
lon-Zahav's version, it was Bath-
Sheba. the young girl, who in-
spired the shepherd boy to be-
come a soldier Also to him,
they were later engaged and
were about to be married ... It
was only because Bath-Sheba's
mother did not like the idea of
her daughter marrying a soldier
that the marriage did not take
place Since then, David car-
ried Bath-Sheba in his heart dur-
ing all the years of his glory .
He dreamed about her even when
he became king, even after he
married and had children ... His I
love for her pursued him and he
found no consolation even when
he married Michal, the daughter
of King Saul Her marriage
to Uriah gave him no rest, and
he always sought to learn how
life was treating her He hop-
ed against hope that some day
she would be with him, and the
fact that she had no children by
Uriah added to this hope And
then, after many years, they met
again The rest of the story
is in the Bible, but the reader
will be deeply impressed with
Ibn-Zahav's novel ... It is a
fine contribution to modern liter-
ature based on Biblical themes
. It is written with great
warmth and is, in my opinion,
the best modern novel published
on David .
SEC. B
ISRAEL BCNDS WILL BRING LIFE-GIVING WATER,
lhanukah is not only ,> festival of triumph but also a time of
prayer for revival. Water will be brought to many parts of lhe
Negev through irrigation projects aided by the S500.000.000 State
of Israel Bond Issue. The Israel Bond drive is indispensable for
industrial and agricultural expansion in Israel and for the absorp-
tion of hundreds of thousand, of newcomers during the next three
years.
School Group Hears
Mrs. Leo Huberman
The Private Schools Associa-
tion of Dade County held its reg-
ular mothly meeting recently, at
the Mannheimer School.
Part of the meeting was devot-
ed to an educational program ar-
ranged by Dr. F. Cuil man. Mrs.
Leo Huberman spoke on the
value of music in an integrate i
school program. Illustrating her
tilk with vocal selections. Mrs.
Huberman showed how subjects
In the < lementary and high school
curriculum could be made more
interesting bv musical interest.
She also discussed the history of
music, the history ol instruments
and the significance <>f the
achievements of compos, is.
Community Chest
Seeks Work Some 5,500 workers are expect-
ed to volunteer their services for
the Community Chest's metro-
politan division house-to-house
drive which opens on January
6th.
Despite the fact that regional
and district directors have al-
ready been selected, 44 captains
and 1.200 block workers are still
needed. Mrs. George Swanson, re-
gional co-chairman for Coral Ga-
bles, scheduled a training meet-
ing for workers in that area
which took place last Wednesday.
A similar meeting was held on
Tuesday for South Miami volun-
teers at the home of Mrs. Joseph
Farrington.
Regional co-chairmen for the
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Van Myers, held a recruiting
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Books To Israel
Meyer Gold, of 1115 Forth
Green way Drive, Coral Gables,
sent the largest individual gift ill
! a recent Care delivery of over
200 r.ew American books, valued
I at SI.300. to the Jewish National
and University Library of the He-
i brew University in Jerusalem.
The need for books at the uni-
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j for the volumes, which were pur-
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Mr. Gold's contribution provid-
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economics and international af-
t'r.irs for the Meyer Gold Parlia-
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lished at the university. Also in-
cluded in the shipments were
books on history, economics, ar-
cheology, literature and general
culture, sent by the New York
Division of the American Friends
of the Hebrew University, and
works on agriculture, health and
pedagogy provided by anony-
mous honors.
"The books are the more im-
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"because we are a university in
exile, cut off completely from a
half million of our books and pe-
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quarter century of the exist-
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buildings on Mount Scopus under
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labbis Air Bombings, Freedom
Leseth Israel Hears Last
If Mental Health Lectures
Avirom, Weiss To Host Oneg
Shabbat At West Miami
Friday
I- -h Israel Congregation,! Early Friday services at the
Avpnup Miami Wes1 Ml! Jewish I enter, 572.)
s\v I"-. Street
Downtown Synagogue
Friday evening services at the
Downtown Synagogue. 135 NW
3rd Avenue, Miami, are scheduled
for 5 p.m.

Eui
ill hold early F:
s at 5 p.m. At tin'
iday service, 8:30 p.m.

' Abraham Cassel will con-
current aeries on Men-
at 5:30 p.m.
A late
Rabbi Alfred Was
by A! nan
Hialeah-Miami Springs Center
The Hialeah-Mlarru Springs
Ji ish Community Center, 951
East 4th Avenue, will hold Fri-,
at 8:15 p.m. i Shalos Seudos and Maa.
Na e B :< r, pn si i nt, will-------------------------
. Rabbi Lehrman Preaches
r, ~~Z : : 7T~~ Cn Professor Martin Buber
Flogler-Granada Jewish Center ,:! Buber. symbol Of
[ .; th and Judaism with ns
I of: Short Cut lo M< n ; ,, r tn(
iih. I scheduled as: Our ; For
... morning services are You. Hosts
B:30 *.m. The Rab-1 will be Mr. and Mrs. Wi
..i.tor Abraham Seif will! Avirom and Mr, and Mrs. Ed
| Afternoon services will Wi iss.
5 p.m., followed by ; s. ,,,
scheduled : Rabbi
Waxman will !|
ly Portion.
:- IGrai
NW 51st
Fri-

' Li H<
ing. Saturday morning
Daily
in.
ICC
Social Hour with the
id as host.
h Hurwitz Directs Beth
Junior Congregation
;, b i Moses Mescheloff will
Friday evening services
Congregation Beth Jacob,
101-311 Washington Avenue, at
15 p.m.
Dur:ng the Saturday morning
fcrvice. 8:30 a.m., the Rabbi is
[-"duled to discuss the topic:
apularity. Junior Congregation
a under the direction of
Hurwitz will be held at
10 a m with refreshments fol-
lowing. Mrs. Joseph Brenner,
sti --
Iin<*hs is at 5 p.m., with Shalos
lollowing.
bi Kronish Speaks On
Expectations Of Synagogue
, Temple Beth Sholom. Chase
Avenue and 41st Street, will hold
Friday evening services at 8:15
p.m.
, Rabbi Leon Kronish is sched-
uled to speak on: What Do You
Expect Of The Synagogue And
|\Vha: Does The Synagogue Ex-
ited Of You? An Oneg Shabbat
Im honor of new members will
follow in the Banquet Hall. Can-
Itor Samuel Kelemer will render
|1.-.e musical portions of the ser-
|v:ce.
Dr. Nurot Views Bcmbinrs
At Temple Israel Service
Gables Center To Include
Book Month Theme At Service
Friday evening services at the
Coral Gables Jewish Center, 320
Saturday morning services will,' Palermo Avenue, will be held at
be conducted by Rabbi Marvin '8:15 p.m.
Zelkowitz at 8:30 a.m. Mincha is The services will carry the
scheduled for 5 p.m.. followed by | theme of National Jewish Book
Month. Rabbi Morris A. Skop !
luled to discuss Israel Zan^-
torii A book exhibit will
it till enii -'.- th( me and
include Jewish bo iks from
the collection of Mrs. J
S .
. | i,
. [es lames
Baskin, Nat Rood, Sidm y
; kur, Pete Gla-
v i- n I Ralph Bargti il.
Satui lav morning services are
luled for B:45 i
A
Way Of Life, will be I e
topic Irving I i
Friday
Beach
h Center. 1701 Washil
A vi nuei
Saturday morning es are
scheduled for 0 a.m., 'vith Cantor
- Ivei i an chanting
sisted by the Center Choir
the direction of Robert Sti
Beth David Hears Sermon On
Night Or Dynamite? will bur~ .Tnc' F" n Threat To Democracy
Rabbi Ever Views Struggle
Of Two Worlds And The Divine
Friday evening services at the
Ahavas Israel Synagogue. 7135
Byron Av< nue, Miami Beach, will
be held at 5 p.m.. with a Kabbalat
Sabbath service following at 5:15.
During the Saturday morning
service, 9 a.m., Rabbi Isaac Ever
will preach on: The Constant
Struggle Of Two Worlds And The
Divine Providence To Israel. Can-
tor Aaron Bloom will be guest
cantor.
At 4 p.m., the Rabbi will con-
duct a class in Bible. Shalos Seu-
dos with Hyman Haiman as host
will follow Mincha services held
at 5.
be the subject of the Friday eve-
ninfi sermon to be Riven by Dr.
Joseph R. Narot, Temple Israel
of Miami, 137 NE 19th Street, at
8:15 p.m.
During the Saturday morning
service, 11 a.m.. Dr. Narot will
discuss The Book Leviticus as
part of his series of sermons on
the literature, history and relig-
ious ideals of the Bible. Mr. Leo
Bock will conduct the candle
ritual.
tl e \V< kly Portion.
A Eiblc class is scheduled for
3:45 p.m., followed by Shalos
Seudos. Daily services are at 8
a.m., and at 5:15 p.m., in the Cen-
ter Chapel.
Beth Tfilah Begins Friday
Religious Services At 5:15
Jerry Klein Bar Mitzvah
At Tifereth Israel Tomorrow
Rev. George Goldberg will con-
duct Friday evening services at
the Tifereth Israel Northside
Center, 6500 North Miami Av-
enue, at 8:15 p.m. A Forum will
follow.
Saturday morning services are
scheduled for 9 a.m.. with Rev.
Goldberg discussing the Weekly
Portion. Jerry, son of Charles
Klein, will become Bar Mitzvah
during the service.
Academy Oneg Shabbat
Schedules Stories And Dancing
will
at
Hollywood Jewish Center
The Hollywood Jewish Com-
munity Center, 2030 Polk Street,
will be led in Friday evening
services at 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi
Jacob Honig officiating.
Saturday morning and Junior
Congregation services will be at
9:30 a.m. Daily services are con-
ducted at 9 a.m.
Weekly Portion Viewed By
Rabbi Simon April Tomorrow
Rabbi Simon April will offi-
ciate at the Friday evenine ser-
vice, 5:15 p.m., at the Miami He-
brew School and Congregation,
1101 SW 12th Avenue.
At the Saturday morning ser-
vice, 8:30 a.m., the Rabbi will dis-
cuss the Weekly Portion. A class
in Talmud will tollow at 4:30
p.m. Mincha and Shalos Seudos
are scheduled for 5:15 p.m.
Bar Mitzvah services will be
held Sunday 8:30 a.m., followed
by breakfast.
Rabbi Sachs Officiates At
Israelite Center Services
The Israelite Center. 3198 SW
24th Terrace, will hold Friday
evening services at 5 p.m.
Saturday morning services will
be conducted at 9 a.m., with Rab-
bi Abraham Sachs officiating. His
topic will be: The Weekly Por-
tion.
Mincha is scheduled for 5 p.m.,
followed by Shalos Seudos.
North Shore Jewish Center
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will
Rabbi Alexander Gross
! ihf Herbdreaw ^aTem^TAth
Street, Miami Beach, at 5:15 p.m.
Saturday morning services are
scheduled for 9 a.m. At 3 p.m., an
Oneg Shabbat will incorporate
story-telling, singing and folk-
dancing, with Mr. and Mrs. Leo
Garter.btrg as hosts. The dancing
will be under the direction of
Miss Joan Osheroff and Miss
Rena Mescheloff.
Mincha services are scheduled
for 5 p.m., with Shalos Seudos
following.________
Congregation Beth Tfilah, 935
Euclid Avenue. Miami Ebach,
will be conducted at 5:15 p.m.
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
will discuss the Weekly Portion
[ < uring the Saturday morning ser-
vice, 8:30 a.m. At 4 p.m., the Rab-
: will speak on: Our Surround-
Mincha is scheduled for 4:30
Uowed by Shalos Seudos
Maariv.
Daily services are at 7:30 a.m.,
I 5:15 p.m.
Dr. Blumenthal Speaks On
Psychology At Zamora Center
The Zamora Jewish Center. 44
Zamora Avenue, Corai Gables,
will hold regular Friday evening
services at 8:15 p.m., with Rev.
Rudolf E. Brill officiating.
Dr. Seymour M. Blumenthal
will be guest speaker. His topic
is scheduled as : The Psychologist
Speaks. An Oneg Shabbat, spon-
sored bv Mr. and Mrs. Max Fried-
son, in honor of the birth of their
first granddaughter, will follow.
Saturday mornine services will
begin at 9 a.m. An evening ser-
vice is also scheduled for 5 p.m.
conduct Friday evening services
at 8:15 p.m.. at the North Shore
Jewish Center, Dickens Avenue
at 75th Street, Miami Beach.
Saturday morning services are
scheduled for 8:45 a.m. Rabbi
Abramowitz will discuss the
Weekly Portion. Cantor Leo Ur-
lich will chant. Shalos Seudos are
scheduled for 4:45 p.m.. Saturday
afternoon.
Initial Threats To A Demoe-
ra y will be the theme of Rabbi
Max Shapiro's Friday evening
in at the Beth David Syna-
gogue. 2625 SW 3rd Avenue, 3:15
; p.m. The Rabbi and Cantor Mau-
; rice Mamehes will officiate dur-
: ing the service.
In Memoriam will be observed
1 for Elluyhou Brown, Meyer Yo-
I lansky, Ernest Wrinkle, Max Ros-
sin, George Miller, Rosa Green-
berg, Louis Gronfine. Alexander
Benjamin and Saul Zalka. Floral
offerings will be sponsored by
Louie Bandel in memory of hi3
mother.
An Eternal Light program dur-
ing the Oneg Shabbat will be
under the co-direction of Murray
Baum and Dave Rabinowitz.
The Bar and Bas Mitzvah
Breakfast on Sunday morning
following the student-conducted
service at 8:30 a.m.. will be spon-
sored bv Mr. and Mrs Ed Safer,
as well as by Steve Lazarus, Bar-
ry Hyman, Gerald Pinsky, Jerry
Bernstein and Bobby Rosen.
Young Israel Synagogue
The Young Israel Synagogue.
4001 Chase Avenue, Miami
Beach, will conduct Friday eve-
ning services at 5:15 p.m. Satur-
day morning services are sched-
uled for 9.
Cantor Tambor Chants At
Beth El Religious Services
Friday evening services at Con-
gregation Beth El, 500 SW 17th
I Avenue, will be held at 5:15 p.m.
Saturday morning services are
I scheduled for 8:30 a.m. Cantor
Jacob Tambor will chant. Mincha
; is at 5 p.m.. with Shalos Seudos
following.
There will be a Bar Mitzvah
Bovs Breakfast Sunday morning
at' 9 a.m.. in the Dora August
Memorial Hall.
North Dade Jewish Center
Joseph Rosenftld and Irving
Jacobson will lead the North
Dade Jewish Center. 13630 West
Dixie Highway, in Friday eve-
ning services at 8:15 p.m.
Topic of a sermonette to be de-
livered bv Mr. Rosenfeld is: What
Keeps Us Jews? An Oneg Shab-
bat will follow.
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recent meeting of Hibiscus er 1st and 2nd vice presidents,
No. 275, F & AM, Miami
. officers were elected for
ar 1952.
Herman R. Mechlowitz will
as worshipful master. Other
icers elected are Sidney Teller.
r Warden: Herbert Gutman,
r Warden: Nathaniel G.
Kfrsch, treasurer; and Henry M.
kin. secretary. Kirsch and
'' itzkin are each serving their
1 urth consecutive terms in
The remaining Hibiscus of-
will be appointed by Mech-
. it/ in the near future.
Following the election meeting
I Hibiscus Holding Company,
rs of the Lodge building.
held its annual election of
efneers. Herman R. Mechlowitz
will serve as president, with Sid-
y Teller and Raymond E. Fein-
spcctively. Louis Gilman is treas-
urer, and Julian J. Newbauer.
secretary. Elected to three year
terms as trustees, were Herman
Popkin, Louis Goldman. Her
M. Waitzkir, Benn Bloom
Samuel W. Shapiro.
and
Sharet Chanukah
Latkes will be served at the
Sharet Chapter, B'nai B nth
Young Women's Chanukah pro-
gram on Tuesday. December 18th
Miss Roslyn Cohen, 2454 SW 13th
Street, Miami, will be hostess in
her home beginning at 8 p.m.
Dov Chapter Hears
Cantor Tambor
Dov Chapter. Misrachi Women.
wiM hold a Chanukah celebration
at heir next meeting on Wednes-
day December 19th 1 P.m.. at
the Congregation Beth Bi.
Rabbi Abrahm Sachs of the ls-
raelt Centre, will be gues
sneaker. Cantor Jacob Tambor
will render vo^je]ecUons___
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Weizmann, Idealist and Scpintivt Hnai Hrith <"ttmh *
v/ U-fiU *J^t/Cff.f/COt! Burnett Roth, Miami Beach r.itv afflri.1. r~.*.
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By NAHUM LEVY
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1 \ .;. .ii->. Inc.)
Dr. Chaim Weizmann is one of
he most colorful nersonalities of
the contemporary world scene. A (rate on getting"^ legi
stateman who has been an out- | ment from world
movement among the "political"
Sionisls who wanted to concen-
commit-
goverrments
standing figure on the diplomatic for a Jewish homeland in Pales-
dcspite the fact that for tine, the "practical" Zionists "ho
|es he had no state power, wanted to gel about the buslnen
stit-ute of Science at Rehovoth
where, in a search for t'v
of creating new wealth from ths
poor and small physical resources
amation League.
B'nai B'rith, were principal
speakers at the regular meeting
of the Miami Beach Lodge, B'r.ai
B'rith, last Wednesday evening.
Roth and Balkin discussed re-
Of the Jewish state, first class' cent bombings oVbreateTMiami
Jewish scientists are today mak- i Synagogues and Carver Village
I !__ ^inrl tUriH ---. .^ 1 i *_ 111. -
anHnenf!h,CmultitUudu0f legends!Have Chanukah Supper
and anecdotes which have crown _,
up around this monument figure
illustrates this one-tracked tena-
city of purpose. The story is told
behind him, Dr. Weizmann has of ((.Ionizing and
(.,n the nations of the world. This he; juvenation ot the Jewish smnt!marv rraJr wrld scientific I
has accomplished while interpret-. through the Hebrew language, its elds. Pioneer Women, Club 2
ing for the non-Jews of the world literature and its art. Weizmann I Or
the hopes and ambitions of the, preached that the three trends
Jewish people. ; were not mutually exclusive but,
But the respect which Dr. rathcr, that all three must be
ann so richlv deserves has united_for the best results. Time
also come from his concrete con- prv h!m right.
tributions to world science and ot on'v did Weizmann Drove
invention. The man who could himself a political leader, but also
through the Russia of 1898 u top-flight practical worker. His
begging* ana cajoling Russian | Part ,ln tlu' organization of the
Zionists to send delegates to a' ^a|estir.e Foundation Fund and
Zionist congress called bv Theo-1 m ,he expansion of the Jewish,
dor Herzl. a "Western" Jew, I Agency for Palestine to include I P*"**- u'as the reply.
could also work out complicated | non-Zionists was evidence of his1
ical concepts which made extreme practicality in advancing
possible the development of ne political cause of Zionism.
synthi tic rubber, nylon proteins Hls sell-sacrifice and single-
', ,! ether products of major use Purposed approach to Zionism
City officials, representatives of
the Attorney General's office and
the FBI.
Samuel W. Shapiro, president
of the Lodge, acted as chairman
Arrangements were in charge of
George J. Talianoff.
At the weekly luncheon meet-
ing of the Lodge last Tuesday,
Burnett Roth spoke on The Fran-
chise O; The Power And Light
Company.
that one day Lord Peel visited
the scientist at work in his chemi-
cal laboratory in Rchovot and,
after observing him for a while,
asked: "What ore you doing?"
A traditional Chanukah Sup-
per of the Pioneer Women Club
2. will be given on Tuesday eve-
ning, December 25th, 6 p.m., at
the Beth Jacob Congregation.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will be
principal speaker. The cultural
and musical program is urder
the direction of Minna Shubov
in a world either at peace or at reached the Zenith when he was
..,,. o.iered personal reward for his
scientific achievements which
helped the Allies win World War
I. He refused personal rewards,
but used the opportunity to pre-
sent the cause of the Jewish peo-
ple to high British political cir-
cles. The world knows the result
of this timely move. The British
Government, in the Balfour Dec-
laration, committed itself to the
establishment of a Jewish home-
land in Palestine.
In addition to his political work
and his scientific achievements,
Weizmann did not lose sight of
the need for perpetuating the
culture of the Jewish people.
First imbued with the idea of a
Jewish university in 1901, he pur-
sued the idea with persistence
throughout the years. In 1913 he
war.
The tremendous energy of this
top-flight scientists and the
man was also diverted to
other channels. His contributions
as an organizer and administrator
were not limited to the Zionist
movement where he organized
the first Zionist Party. He turn-
ed his efforts to raising money for
this political crusade and. later,
he worked tirelessly to establish
in Israel a scientific center which
today commands the respect of
the entire world. A recent article
in the New York Times charac-
terized the personnel, equipment
and methodology of the Weiz-
mann Institute of Science at Re-
hovoth as the best in the Middle
East, the equal of any in Europe
and not of ten surpassed in the
United States.
Dr. Weizmann's youth was spent
Russia in turnmoila turbu-
U nee which was mirrored in the
sprawling Jewish commun-
ity of Tarist Russia. Jewish youth
was deserting the religious back-
ground of its fathers and flock-
ing toward secular institutions
and in the struggle was attempt-
mi; to divest itself of its Jewish-
ness. At the same time, the reac-
tionary wave sweeping Russia
was crushing Jewish hopes of
breaking out of the ghetto.
Ought in these cross currents
t Russian youths of Weiz-
mann's early days were heading
fur assimilationism.
But this movement was not un-
opposed in Russian Jewry. The
HaskalahJewish enlightenment
ment was organized and at-
tempting to win the youth to a
now Jewish life. These attempts
wi crystallized in the "Lovers
of Zion" movement whose objec-
as the colonizing of Pales- t ,- Lyceumi j
tine. It is this scene which gave. r**v;
7&tPp^L. 1PvS^ aLa cI"d* *hc elimination of the poli-
Zionist Congress in Vienna and ti .--jIb ,-..<..,,, ,hn rl cnn
later headed a commission to ex- gj M"SSn5 o?TrivU
plore the .technical and practical | Jto gf|d%gTwill" giVS
Xv^J2^L&0F|,ttw- Ca" cultural chairman, and Rosemary
Kaplan.
Kelly Plaeea Bid
For Sheriff IN>st
Recently announcing his candi-
dacy for the office of Sheriff of
Dadc County was Thomas J. Kel-
ly, past interim sheriff and resi-,
dent of this area for the .past 32
years. '
"I have reached certain conclu-
sions as to the needs and require-
ments of a community which is
in the process of expansion, and
yet in many ways, is still a fron-
tier town," Kelly said. "The re-
sponsible citizens of Dade Coun-
ty lace a never-ending and ardu-
ous task in keeping their com-
munity a decent place in which
to live." The candidate warned
that he would, at no time during
his campaign, degenerate into a
political harangue against his op-
ponents.
Kelly's platform is based on 8 j
major points, some of which in-
the
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aspects of establishing such an
institution. In 1918, he laid the
cornerstone for the Hebrew Uni-
versity on Mount Scopus. Subse-
quently (as chairman of the Uni-
versity's board of governors, he
helped it expand its plant and
curriculum).
No matter what project absorb-
ed his fertile brain at any given
moment, he never lost track of
his objective of creating a Jewish
state and expanding its horizons.
This was as true of his personal
lVi-4'f/ School
llanquet Sunday
The Workmen's Circle Y.
PeretZ school, Miami Beach, will
hold its Annual Banquet on Sun-
day evening, December 16th, 6
L.
birth to Weizmann the Zionist,
Wi izmann the delegate to the
first and subsequent early Con-
presses.
By the Fourth Zionist Congress
in 1900, Weizmann had organized
Democratic Zionist Faction
which opposed itself to two ex-
treme groupsthe Western Euro-
pean Zionists with no background
in the- Jewishness of Eastern
Europe; and the Eastern Euro-
ington Avenue.
A chorus of 45 pupils under the
leadership of the principal, Mr.
L. Lasavin. will present a pro-
gram of Yiddish songs. Venus
and Shalamith, a one-act play by
PeretZ, will also be performed by
pupils of the school. Mrs. Evelyn
Samuels has prepared a special
group of Yiddish and Hebrew
songs.
security to employees of the sher-
iff's department, reorganization
of the Criminal Bureau of Inves-
tigation and the rigid regulation
of the sale of dynamite and other I
dangerous weapons.
A sheriff, he added, "must act |
without fear, without prejudice
and without commitments to pri-
vate interests in enforcing the
laws and ordinances of this com-
munity."
Reservation
Maitre D
Danny Yedlm
5-6701
fc?a
anyone can enjoy
Tarn Tarn crackers
but
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can bake 'em!
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BY THE BAKERS OF
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Beach Junior League
Plans Homecoming
The Junior League of the Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Center, a new-
ly organized youth group com-
prised of the college-age sons and,
daughters of members of thei'
Center, held their first official
function, an Oneg Shabbat, at
the home of its president, Morris .
Fruchtman, last Saturday after-
noon.
Plans were formulated for an
extensive round of festivities for
Homecoming Weekend which
will include the annual Home-
coming Brunch on Thursday. De-
cember 27th, a Formal Dance on
Thursday evening and the Late
Friday Night Service at the Cen-1
ter honoring college youth.
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FRIDAY. DECEMBER U. m
Dr. John Conley
Addresses Staff
At Mount Sinai
Dr John J. Cooky, Chief of
the Ear. Nose and Throat and Fa-
cial Plastic Surgerj services of
Pack Medical Group of New
v rtl C Ij d the mo.
Sir H sp tal at
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Subject of Dr Conley's
dross on The Diagnosis And
i nt Of C* i G
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Steinberg Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
U) t:.e memory of the late Max
(Pop* Steinberg, formerly of
1025 Meridian Avenue, who came
BON from Savannah. Georgia. 25
years ago. will be held Sunday,
December 16 at 3 p m. at Mt.
Sinai Memorial Park Cervetery
with Rabbi Moses Meschelofl and
CanUu officiating
Mr Steinberg is survived by his
EstiU; .. son, Leo and a
daughter, Mrs. Alfred R Elliott.
Beach, also three
Miami s
s. s .annah:
Mrs. Lena Shoob
I
Mr Steinberg was rm
of Beth Jacob Congregation. Mi-
ami ':: ,- :
Of Masons, and a
5
- are in charge of P
M a i"
be '-
Golda Myerson Group
Honors Puchkoffs
The Golda Myerson Reading
and Study Group will meet to-
morrow evening. 8 p.m.. at the
. home of Mr. and Mrs. M. B.
iKahn. 2101 SW 16th Avenue, to
j honor Mr. and Mrs Benjamin
IPuchkoIf who have recertlv re-
tained from a trio to Israel.
The Group also recently form-
ed an Israel Bond committee
collect! funds from mem-
bers who but bonds through a
nt plan.
Obituaries
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Hires Shower
A Lingerie Shower was given
i-e Tau Alpha Omega Coun-
ed of Miami Jewish Commun-
ity Cer.ter last December 2nd, at
: -. Leatrice Kozlir.
nor Zinner who is \
in Rabin on the
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Among guests present were the
newly installed members of the
Council, the Misses Roberta Fi-
gur. Linda Mannis. and Marsha
ff The Annual Winter
Formal which is to be held at the
Plaza this year on the eve-
ning of December 27th. was also
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*Jenist fkrHnr
m
PAGE 7 B
_K-AUSe OF MOM'S WISDOM AND
ttcTSCFVALOIlOPHISFOUR
fl1>S5,THe PEOPLE THAT MAP
T,n PALESTINE NOW RETURNED
2?** IN THE BATTLE
M^AJlSSSv^Sgfi A^A^e^ XAfUTK,TMttuW gut EVEN AS BAt)LV BEATEN A 5 H WA<
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.... ANTIOCHD6 NT AN ARAW OF
FCttTV THOUSANP AGAINST THE
SMALL &AND OFIAELITE.V
^.mummmuumw.ui .1lni111
Off The Record
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
THE ZIONIST SCENE
liough the ZOA convention is
than six months away,
i is already much specula-
about candidates for the
lidenrv. Among the names
[tioncd so far are Mortimer
Rabbi Irving Miller and
Be Simon Rifkind. A com-
of prominent Zionists has
Cded out the Judge but as of
(moment at least he is ada-
[ to anv such proposals. His
derision however will be
Jcted b\ developments within
|ZOA during the interim per-
Ibefore the convention.
lie ZOA is going through a
of strain seemingly be-
ke it was not intellectually
pared for the transformation
: was bound to flow from the
ilishmei t of Israel. In that
Led it is no different from
|y other of our national or-
izations There is wide reali-
gn in the organization of the
: 'i mulating its philoso-
and policy f actin in a way
would reflect the historic
bge. One prominent Zionist
rier ild me this week: "We
(still groping for the new road
[are destined to trod in the
Ire 1 : new orientation that
I bound to emerge in the Zion-
nt as a result of Jew-
I id is as recognizeable
Jus as it is inexorable. But
(shall not stop to philosophize
Tie we are in the midst of a
LEGAL NOTICE
JNOTICE BY PUBLICATION
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
fVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE
1 C0U.TY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 14531*
pi HAI.BERT, Plaintiff.
v-
IKI'H IIM.HKHT. l>.-fon'lant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
JOSKI'H 1IAI.IJKRT
Mas it a pal tmanta
JAtlantU' city. New Jersey
[ i -, h Haiberi. are hereby
that a Bill t Complaint for
f l*-11 filed against you.
I required to serve a copy
">ir Answer or rieadlnjt to the
' Complaint on the plaintiff's
rn>, IP.VIN SCHERR, Esq.. 2200
is Avenue, Miami Hea.h. Plor-
nl fill the- original Answi-r or
the office of the Clerk
' ill Court on or before the
January. 19.12. if you rail
1 Itment by cl.-fauii will be
' you for the relief de
"?I in the Bill of Complaint
}! AM. ORDERED at Miami,
I-'Ui day of December.
K II. LKATHEKMAX,
rk. Circuit Court.
J'ade County. Florida.
I!> 1! H. RICE. JR.
Deputy Clerk.
MM S. ,,ll
HERR, Esq.
Plaintiff
Vve
ll, Florid:,
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practical program of action on
behalf of Israel that will take
our major energies for some
time." He was referring to the
practical measures adopted at the
Chicago meeting of the ZOA Na-
tional Administrative Council,
such as the "Food Packages" pro-
ject under which ZOA members
are expected to send individual
food packages to 20.000 families
in the Maabaroth transit immi-
grant camps and the establish-
ment of facilities to provide Is-
| rael with technical equipment
I and aid. It was his opinion that
a campaign to activize the ZOA
I membership through practical
service to the organization will
[stimulate and revive what he ad-
mitted to be a lagging interest
among the membership. He de-
, nied current rumors of a decline
in ZOA membership, declaring
"our books show a membership
of 135.000 and there can be no
talk of a droD before the new
dues become payable." He ad-
mitted the ZOA was retrenching
and reducing personnel. He de-
nied however that the ZOA was
"in the red."
I am not naive enough to be-
lieve that my informant gave
me an obsolutely objective pic-
ture of the ZOA situation. But
I carried off the impression that
it was quite premature to talk
of the demise of the organization.
From another source I learned
that a number of less "politically-
minded" Zionists will endeavor
before the convention to syn-
thesize the conflicting view with-
in the organization and present
to the convention a slate that
will have the full and unanimous
support of all elements. "What
we need is new and energetic
leadership and I am convinced
we can find that type of leader-
ship among the younger gener-
ation in our midst." he told me.
Wise Group, Hadassah
Membership Tea for members'
and prospective members of the '
Stephen Wise Group. Hadassah,'
will be held at the home of Mrs.
Samuel Sklar, 1030 South Bis- j
cayne Point Road, on Saturday, |
December 15th, 1:30 p.m. High-
light of the afternoon will be an
address by Mrs. Murray Grssman,
Past President of the Florida Re-
gion of Hadassah.
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announces the first meeting of
the Luncheon Club to be held on
Monday. December 17th, 12:30
p.m., at the Delano Hotel.
Rabbi David Shapiro will ad-
dress the group on the subject
Does Israel Have A Message For
The World?
Masada Hoars
Itroufus Report
Miami Beach Masada, Young
Zionist District, will present its
regular Friday Or.eg Shabbat, to-
night. 8:45 p.m., at the home of
Barbara Kleinrnan. 1610 Pennsyl-
vania Avenue.
The program will be conducted
by Morty Galowitz on Highlights
Of The Dreyfus Case. The choral
group, under the direction of Mrs.
Pauline Fried and Sam Soldinger
New Law Office
Joseph I. Davis and Laurence
S. Levenson announce the for
mation of a partnership for the
general practice of law at 1025-
27 duPont Building. Miami.
will singe several Israli selec-
tions.
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i December 23rd, in commemora-
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+JewlslinerknarL
Library Of Religious Works Increases
In Scope; Rare Editions Reprinted
By Rabbi Moses Mescheloff
Leopold Dubov, founder of the
Jewish Braille Institute of Amer-
. writes. "Besides Braille re-
prints of the Kins Janus version
of the Bible, there was till twc: ty
:s ago tor the blind nothing
but emptiness T. i re was noth-
ing more than those unlov.lv
ieaturet of Jews in English
literature. There were Shylock,
i. who elai v ('! post-
Biblk-iil Jewish life, thought.
poetfy, philosophy or history
ri was i th ng to ad in
iUe. No! .. line. For .ill we
knew, and >ould find out, the
Jewish people had' long disap-
peared into the mists of history "
Many are those whose eyi an
. tunately open who are still
at cultural pro-
the
i nturii s Many i re th< h tellec-
tually blind who think that re-
ligious development ended for
' jews with th< close of the
Si riptun t th( latesl with
: i Talmud.
The children of Israel, a ;
who lived b> th i
all times had problems ol adjust-
ents between their faith and
the changing world see: \v
circumstances requici I new ex-
ons, n finements and ap-
plications of Jewish principles
the living practici il the Jewish
faith T' e t I ooks of the
Ji iss of
the Talmud have been infre-
quently philusophu often exeg<
al, but (ten responsa
to tin questions oi religious ob-
.ation m their time.
Modern civilization has not l>s-
id the output of sacred works.
Jern invent and scientific
discover!) have required a Jre-
< ndous increase in a, in
isi ins : gn i U si Rabbis
to Kiern methods ol liv-
. .. n be n into the
i irk i : Tot ah-true living.
x million
Jews in Europe in ... ition
mlj a partial
tin nt
w.'.:. them were the
al spiritual nters, tn Yeshi-
-. and also the gseat libraries
many, hundreds of years old
,. 11. the I trove of
igioUS e.\[.
The pas', ten years hav< seen
>>t unbelievable output of
. in tl United Stal
Die lost libraries and publishing
..- of Europe did not end the
anted Jew's quest tor
4*e- Doaens upon dozens
*'*.-. leSj, jn Europe's
:. grati ng sin list-
reprinted,
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the workshop and filing rooms of
the Talmudic Encyclopedia Over
a score of scholars are united in
the preparation of two stupen-
dous works, one the creation of a
twelve volume encyclopedia
ch will, contain articles or the
major themes of the Talmud asl
avi I een propounded an I
i .1 over a period of two
millenia.
Another is the even greater,
task of editing a new twenty vol-
umi issue ol the Babylonian Tal-
mud containing within it ti xi
checked against every extant
copy of the Talmud, and the com-
mentaries of every RiajOl Tal-
I list who I as written on t'.i
moral law in the past fifteen cen-
So gigantic an undertaking
could not have been planned be-
fore our time. Never have SO
many scholars been gathered to-
ther under ore roof and given
th assurance of continued, i
operative a n ,! urinti nupted
work. Never before have so many
incunabula, microfilms, texts and
xi..* been made available .'
one building. The Torah will
in "go forth from Zion. and
the word of G-d from Jerusalem" |
in our time.
The year 1951 has seen the i
printing of the third volume of
the Talmudic Encyclopedia in Is-
rael, the 13th and 14th volumes
of Torah Shelemah. the Talmu-
die-Midrashic Encyclopedia of the
Pentateuch, in America, another
half dozen splendid works from
the Kook Institute in Israel, the
classic Sdoi Chcmed in five gian:
volumes in America, and dozi
of lesser responsa printed in both
lands
In addition to these there have
appeared new periodicals devoted ;
to sacred and Talmudic themes:
besides the standard Hapai les
montl ly there row appear Hani'
silah. HaKochav. HaMaor. to
mentioned the most popular
Prom Israel come the less tech-
nical Hebrew religious periodi-
cals HaHed. Shluchot and tki
Idol.
Horeb. devoted to research in
Jewish history and literature, ap-
pears quarterly, published by the
Alumni Fund of the Teachers In- '
stitute I Yeshiva University
In English, in more popular,
form appear, from Israel, Igeret I
HaGolab. and in our country such
periodicals as Jewish Life, the
Speftalor and Jewish Horizon
The cautiously annotated trans- |
lation of Scriptures of Rabbinic
Works from the Soucino press aye
priceless to the English reader.
It is said that the famous Bib-
lical and Talmudic Exegete, Rab-
bi Solomon Yitzchoki. Ruslu. ',
never lad in his possession a
complete edition o! the Talmud |
at one time. |
Works on sacred themes. Rab-
: inic. metaphysical and philoso-
phic, are now within anyone's
Susp Wh.v.. w. further need are
e intensive education and the
interest and faith to open t
priceless works
To this end the Yeshiv
: ned laiety aid the Rabbir. t
VOted then.selves Wi
,-. I .1 threshold of a great spirit
UaL religious revival Jewish
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i 15th. 8:30 p.m., at the Coral Ga-
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iring The Week ... m*ry g
By LEO MINDLIN
Tuesday. December 4th. 12:30 A.M. Listened to a record-
ed Ernest Bloch's Shelomo Rhapsody performed by Leonard '
Le with an editorial writer for the Miami Herald. "Here's an
[Jewish affair." he said, "composer, music and cellist" My
Lice of the recording was masochistic; Sunday's bombinq of
[Miami Hebrew School and Congregation had frightened me.
Las using Bloch's sensuous wailing as a sort of Chatahsee
Iwas insane." I remarked. "Either the Inquisition is with us
te more, or we are indeed sinful and are being punished.
hat do they think at the Herald?" No answer was necessary
tir editorials and stories answered the question.
Tuesday. December 4th. 6 P.M. Sent a teleqram to Joe Har-
iri Fried of the American Jewish Press, New York, describing
i confusion in Miami, as well as efforts to draw the FBI into
I case. Felt anger and impotence before police ineptitude and
Ihum approach. Don't they see this is a proving ground for
Iher outrages in other areas of the country?
Wednesday. December 5th, 12 Noon. Rabbi Simon April
jned. His voice quavered as he described the early morning
y Commission meeting. "Please," he impored, "write that
i need unified leadership in this crisis. Let those who want to
|p, apply their energies in a single direction and for.ego the
fsonal recognition they miqht receive by striking out for 4hem-
ves. Many leaders only cause confusion and blunt our pur-
>e."
Thursday. December 6th. 2 P.M. Visited the Hebrew Acad-
ly. I was plagued by shouting in the halls of stain-faced
thins and screams emanating from the Academy's play-
lund. Are there no classes anywhere? I wondered. Found
k. Alexander Gross teaching tots. "Ayzeh daff zeh?" she
Led one. (Which page is this?) "Daff theethee." came a |
kitant reply lisped on mouthed finger ends. (Page six). It was
be three. Smiled while time collapsed for me when once again
as in Rabbi Akibba Ben Ezra's classroom, lisping fearfully
kwise and catapulting balsa gliders as he turned his back
Write on the blackboard: Madooah hahyah Noach eesh turn
loroso? (Why was Noah a pious man in his own generation?)
Tlarry Perach's class, saw nine and ten year olds discussing
bntly concepts out of Baba Kammah. Felt considerably
jzed. A lanky youth, demonstrating mental dexterity, quoted
n Caesar in Hebrew. Henry Mendelsohn told me that an-
er recent and distinguished visitor had been Abba Eban. I
jiained silent.
Thursday, 6 P.M. Attended a meeting of the Dade County
diced Association given for members of radio, television and
press at the Biscayne Terrace Starlight Roof. Our function, I
Iwere told, was to act as a link between the medical profes-1
b and the lay public. We were to present accurately to the I
^lic medical news, to call on the Association if we were con-
i. Why can't they do their own presentinq? Is the public
(tething beneath their dignity? I did not care for my new
lacterization: that of link. "Physicians see themselves supe- '
' beings," I muttered to the Herald's Bert Collier who pointed '
pn assortment of fine liquors and the steak they served us
jtis by way of shuttinq me up. Collier mentioned his article
[Anti-Semitism in Dey Ray Beach written at the request of
pert Bolkin. "Del Ray officials tried to get me fired," he said.
Italk was apparent concerning iuture hopes of the Associa-
I- It was a sterile affair, and I hated myself for insultinq no
|. Could find no Jewish physicians anywhere.
Friday, 12:30 P.M. To luncheon with Fred K. Shochet, Pub-
ler a:\d man of sundry affairs, and Milton Balsam, Secre-
7. Metropolitan Campaign, Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
Jt next to Balsam and opposite Morris Klass, Mrs. Harry
don, Shochet and Mrs. Miriam Sirkin while plans were
fussed for the March 16th Metropolitan Federation drive.
Human Shochet described a new training proqram for work-
which entailed teaching them how to solicit and reasons
soliciting. Mrs. Gordon, I learned by eavesdropping, recently
a quaint, intimate dinner party tor 800 guests at her home.
nriered, besides myself, who possibly could have been over-
ted. The Miamian Restaurant is quite attractive; fish served
6 wretched.
I Friday, 8:30 P.M. Attended services at the Hialeah-Miami
Pos Jewish Community Center with honorable parents and
lax A. Lipkind, chairman of the Greater Miami Jewish Book
lh. Subsequently lectured to the congregation on Professor
ichel's Man fa Not Alone, an extremely ambiguous book
|ut man's need for God which says that man is not alone.
N of the Professor's bits of inside information has it that God,
P than anything else, needs company.) Was warmly re-
red even if several people dozed during my sermonizing.
Oneq Shabbat following showed great spirit. President
; Becker who leads the services said that he adjusts his
Jungs according to popular demand. Sometimes he uses
le English than Hebrew, sometimes more Hebrew than Eng-
I" ij^P^ding upon how many requests he has in either direc-
I This, I didn't feel democratic but undiscriminating.
Sunday, December 9th. 7:30 A.M. It's happened again. This
^ they've thrown a dynamite stick at the Coral Gables Jew-
l^-enter. Where are Gables officials now? On their rolling
I 9'een, I presume. One said, "Those terrorists won't dare
[anything in our city. We'll be ready for them." Ought I
'Shelomo once more? It would represent as positive a sort
"' as anything the Police appear to be doing.
joint auspices of the Greater Mi r C?.ntoisuJacob Tambor. Mau-
am: t....!1-u "' Mi- rice Mamches and Berele Kele-
mer whose congregations are af-
filiated members of the Cemetery
Association. Rabbis Max Shapiro
Moses Mescheloff, Simon April
and Morris Skop, will address the
assembly.
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K,! he Greater Miami Chevra
Sil k I"1* tne Greater Miami
wn"nod, Chesed Shel Emeth
Hof,.i M-ld -aUthc Stratn Havcn
Hotel, Miami Beach, on Tuesday
Tmng,i December 18th. 6:30 p.m.
ine date has been selected to
concide with Tes Vuv Kislev.
the dinner will be catered un-
fZ k suPtr,v!?ion of Nathan
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last vein B activities by H M
Drewich, president of the Asso-
ciation.
Vocal selections will be ofcred
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The board of directors includes
Leo Meyer, David Whitman, and
Joe Cohen from the Congregation
Beth Jacob; H. M. Drewich, Max
Apfelbaum, and Ben Sokoloff
from the Miami Hebrew School
and Congregation; Harry Simon,
Samuel Dickson and Nathan
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class .-: ?5. Miami Diarh tfipa School, are: left to right James LeVine. captain of the Foottall
Irwia K*-: pdacipal et the school: J. Gerald Lewis, member of the Beard of Trustees. Mount
Sir*: wk-ff acnFte-d the gift from Olin C Webr Deputy School Commissioner: and Htshie Brooks.
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Michel* Elected
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jDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1951
LEGAL NOTICE
*Jew/$#! noridian
the CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
JfnTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
1ND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 14581V
PRICE ROOT RICCA, I'lalnllff.
r\s(p I L RICCA, Defendant.
'N0TICE BY PUBLICATION
OAfrPANO I. I.. RICCA
;;,, n IJ1 West 23rd .Street
N'|.;u VORK, N. Y.
united to serve a copy of
i to the Hill of Complaint
Divorce on the Plaintiff! At-
. ui'l to file the original an-
h the Office "f the Clerk of the
m Court on or before the 11th
f Januarv, 1952: otherwise, the
\t Complaint for Divorce hereto-
;ll,.,l herein "111 he taken as son-
,l by you.
iKIi at Miami, Florida, thin 12th
./ December, 19."1.
K II LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Pade County, Florida
Rv: W.M. W. STOCKING
Deputy Clerk
Address of
Attorney:
It. LYONS.
Olympla Hida.
,1. Florida
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THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
i JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
R DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY.
No. 145821
ej| GOODMAN, Plaintiff.
ON) (JOODMAN, Defendant.
ORDER BY PUBLICATION
HAROLD tiitoDMAM
40 Wesl L'lllst Street
Bronx. New York
i are hereby notified that a Dill
niiii'laiiit for Divorce has bean
again-" von anil you are hereby
red t" serve a copy of your
tn the Hill of Complaint on
tiffs attorney and tile the arig-
thS office Of the Clerk
ii 'ouli on or before the
,l.iv of January'. 1'>I: otherwise,
na of .-aid Hill of Coin-
t will i" taken as confessed a-
: you.
12th day Of December.
B LEATHERMAN,
l Circuit court
li'. R. II. RICE, JR.
Deputy Clerk
LEGAL NOTICE
PAGE 11-E
NOTICE UND;,ct,t,OU,
NOTICE 18 HEREBY
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Alcomns:sy,or 8 *M....."""-1
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Miami. Florida
11/14-21-18 1/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
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the underslRncd. desiring t engageTin
Miami. Fla., Intends to register said
name with the clerk of the circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
STEPHEN P.8r#S8V.|RHNE,DBR
1214-21-28 1/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, dealrlna to engage In
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OTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
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lei Irina to ensue In
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NATHAN KRAMER
ULAI'V* KRAMER
& GENET '
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inn Beach, Fla., Intead to register
said name with the Clerlt .if thi C t
cull onrt of Dade County, Florida
NED GI.A88BERG
STANLEY ill. XSsllKlbj
NORMAN GLASSUERG
Co-Partnera
HAROLD SHAPIRO
Attorney for Applicants
S2, Lincoln Road
12/14-11-28 l'|
OTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
"hi: IS HEREBY GIVEN that
I desiring to encase in
umli the fictitious name .'f
TH'tud' BAR, at 2140 N. \V
Miami. Ha.. Intends to
me vvith the clerk of
Court JCNE ADAIR
Sole Owner
HEX E KESSLER
i'v for Applicant
Flaglei St.
\V11.KINS
DTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
pICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
i|i lately subsisting- be-
tter and st.ve Venesla,
TOWER SERVICE STATION
" -. W Mb St.. was dissolved
nsenl on ll 30/51 and
nlgm .1 intends to carry
-- alone, and will pay
ill debts and liabilities
III
JOE SPRINGER
HA K KESSLER
' Applicant
- gl< p st.
Ida
HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
NO FOR DADE COUNTY,
LORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 14021ti-F
V!* INVESTMENT CO,
Plaintiff,
DONOVAN and,
i unknow n spouse,
I'' nd ints.
OTICE BY PUBLICATION
IA \ UENDLE DO N OVA N
nan led, her unknown
' llVina and, If dead, all
a devisees, legati .
ei editors or other par-
ing by. through, under
i the above named Hi-
who are not know n to
'I. n| or alive: and all persona
r I' .11 Hes otherwise claiming
lit. title, claim or Int.
[ a'"l to the following del
ty, lo wit:
'' SW 1 of SB j if Section
rownahip r.r, South. Range 39
" I) Ina and being In Dade
"my, Florida.
ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
Complaint to quiet title
deaci .bed protoerty has
' you, and you are
,;" serve a copy of vour Am
1 adlng to the Bill of Com-
''!] 'he Plaintiffs attorneys,
' r \ Mnii,,v, sm Ingraham
F- N'i urn. Florida, and file the
' Answer or Pleading In the
"rk of the Circuit Court
the nth day of January,
, j '' '''' ,'"' ''"''
i against \ ou,
" Miami, Florida, this r.th
mber. A D, 1851.
' B, LEATHERMAN,
' 'erk of the Circuit Court
' and f, nade County.
1 lorlda.
1 -\ W.M. W. STOCKING
lieputy Clerk
.yu.-V,-aUffMULLOY
^inda"U"d,n
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 14348C
WEINE-HERMAN BUII.DER8,
INI .. a Florida 'orporatlon,
Plaintiff,
vs.
EDITH ROBERTS. Defendant
NOTICE OF MASTERS SALE
Notlci Ii hereby alven that the
'',,':'l 'l Special Maati r, un... r
and by It I .....r thi Final Decn
i oeu e, hen I I
i idl ig in the '
I I of thi Eleventh Judicial Circuit
ol I lorlda In and for Dade i 'oust). In
y, being < !nani rv i '..-c n,.
I43<*>, In which WEINE-HERMAN
BCILDERS, INC., b I Inrldn corpor-
ation, is Plaintiff, and EDITH ROB-
ERTS, Is defendant, I, as Spi
.\i.isi.r In Chancery appointed b
Court in laid decree under and by
virtue of the terms thereof, will offer
tor -ale and sell at public auction to
the highest and b.s' bidder for cash
at the South Front DoOl of the Court
House hi i lade County, In the City of
Miami, Florida, on the 7th dav of
January, A D. MSI, between the hours
of 11:00 a in and !:00 p.m., the same
being .i legal sales daj .md one hour
S legal hour of sale, the following
dea bed real property:
Lot 2, Block is. of CINEM \
PARK ADDITION to COUN-
TRY Cl.ri: ESTATES, ic
cording to the plai thereof, re-
corded in Plat Book 17. at
pate | of the Public Records
of I i.ide i 'oiinty, Flm Ida.
Dated Ibis ..tli dav of December,
la>Bl
LOUIE BANDEL.
special Master in Chanosr)
611 Blscavne Building
Miami. Florida
II 14-21-88 1/4
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
;ii -; ^-.an:h.ah GaragJ;
-'- has been dlsiJived by^mutaii
.' ;>"1 thai ass,,, of aald u
JV "I';";' -"""" wh Intawfi tocwry
County? F^5ridf.,rCU,, '"""" "f '-'-
STEVE VENEZIA
STEPHEN r. KKssiM-ir
:,\' "'""vfoi Applicant
U'tu-n X s'"'"et
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
Cotn^Vofrld5.,r0,,,tC0,lrtofD'*
JOE FOX
FREDF.ItlCK S. OROSSBERa W"er
Attorney for Applicant
4_ Blscayne Building
thi
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
underalgned, deairlng to engage
5lrvf,fBJl,Jte "'- "etltloua name
of SKI LARK MOTEL, at 9901 K Baj
Harbor Drive. Bay Harbor Islands.
Dade i ounty, Fla.. intends to register
said nan e with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit < onrt of Dade Countv, llorida
DANIEL D. BCHLAPIK, M D.
BERICK. SHAPIRO & FRIED
a : nej for Applicant
42" Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fla.
12/7-14-21-38
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
. NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
tne undersigned, di sit b to i ng
business undi i thi
ACME TRAILER PARTS A SERVICE
' N W ii I V venue, Hade
regiati -.ii I
with the
Dade Ci inty, Flo
SAM FAITH
STEPHEN I KESSLER
Attoi in i fi r A] plicant
street
12 T-14-S J
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN thai
basin, gs under the fictll
ANNCl SERVIC s \V. 1st
Miami. Fli
said name with the Clerk "f the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
MOLLIE E. I RIEDBERU
ANNE Rl ITHENBERG
12 7-1i-::-28
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 26935-B
In Re: ESTATE <>F
MARJi IRIE TURNER BREWER,
formerly MARJOR1E V. TURNER,
I ie.-eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and Ail Persons Hav-
ing claims oi Demands a.
Bald Estate:
Yon. and each of s IU, are herebj
notified and required*to present anj
CUllmfl end demands which you, or
either of you, may have agalnai the
.state of MARJORIE TURNER
BREWER, i irmerli MARJORIE V.
TURNER, deceased late "f the Clt>
nf Miami Beach, Dub County, Flor
Ida, to the linn. W F BLANTON.
County .indue of Dade County, ind
file the same in Ii offli e In the
County Courthouse in Dade County,
a, within'elghl calendar months
from the date of the first publl stlon
hereof. Said claims or demands to
contain the legal address of the
claimant and to be sworn to and Dre-
sentell as ,lf".' .sa .,1. 01 game Will be
baiied See Section 120 "f the IMS
Probate Vet
I i it. I Lumber 10, V.D IS.'l
EMMA LOIS TURNER,
As Executrix of the Lasl
Will and Testament of
MARJORIE TURNER
BREWER, formerlv
MARJORIE V. TURNER.
l.....ssed
HERMAN GRAYSON and
LOUIS KCHWARZKl 'IF
Attorns) s for Exi cuti i
12 14-21-28 l l
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is- HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring lo engage
In business under the fictitious name
of SKYLARK HOTEL, it 99*1 E. Day
Harbor Drive. Bay Harbor Islands.
Dade County. Fla., Intends to register
said name with the Clerk ol tin Cir-
cuit Court of Dade county, Florida.
DANIEL D BCHLAPIK, M.D.
Owner
BERICK. SHAPIRO ft FRIED
Attorneys for Applicant
42ii Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fla.
12/7-14-21-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN al
the undersigned, desiring to encage in
business under the fictitious name of
BEIDERMAN & TANGORA, at 71"
71st Street. Miami Beach, Fla., Intend
to register -aid name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
NATHAN A SEIDERMAN
NICHOLAS J. TANGORA
i iwners
MARX FABER
Attorney for Applicants
412 Congress Rldg.
1! 30 12 7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undi di sli Ing to engagi
the (i. tltlous name of
IDEAL CLEANERS, al 2118 N, E 2nd
A v, Mia F"li ds to register
. -lth thi Clerk of tl
| i WARNER
i iwner
! R 'K, SHAPIRO FRIED
Attorni Vpi ant
120 Lin Road
II JO 1.' 7-11-21
LEGAL NOTICE
\?1 Jx?.$IRCU,T COURT OF THE
fbr\V5l'Jy JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE CUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY.
,...... No- 1*5417
MILDRKD DeCHIAItA, Plaintiff
vs.
M!CSAJk, r>p(,H'\RA. Defendant.
T,. Nx?,T,,CE BY PUBLICATION
TO: MICHAEL DeCHIARA
c/o Y.M.C.A.
9tb Strei i near 7th Avenue)
Brooklyn, New York
,,\'"' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bin of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you in the
above entitled cause and you are here-
by required to serve a copy of your
An.-wer to the Bill of Complaint for
Divorce on the Plaintiffs attorneys,
and file the original in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the Mtb day of December,
19.i otherwise a Decree Pro Confesso
win he entered against you.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 26th
day of November, ItSl
E B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court
By WM \v. BTOCKING,
Deputy Clerk
PALLOT, SILVER & MULLOY
Attorneys for Plaintiff
Mi Ingraham Building
Miami. Florida.
11/30 12/7-14-21
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 23919
RE: ESTATE OF
SOLOMON WIGDfiR, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given that we
have filed our final report and petition
for Final Discharge as Executors of
the estate of SOLOMON WIGDOR.
deceased; and that ,,n ths 28th dav ol
December, 1851, we will apply to the
Honorable W. F. BLANTON and
FRANK B. DOWLING, County Judgea
.i I'ade County, Florida, for approval
t aald final report and for final dis-
charge ns Executors of the Estate of
SOLOMON WIGDOR, deceased.
This Nth day of November, 1951.
JACOB WICImih
- HARRY WIGDOR
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Vtl b for Bxecutoi s
11 :'." 12 7-11-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Ni ITIOE IS HEREBY IIIVEN thai
the undi rslgned, m. sli ige n
ime "'
i Ll '111 I 'A i'AST ST< iNE
N. W. 17th Av< nue, Miami. FI I la,
i name will k
' f ih, Circuit C rl I 0
Florid
SIDNEY 11 LEVINE
MURRY J. I.AM;
DAVID DRUCKER
Attomi ii. Levtne
and Murry J. I.
12 7-11-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I
the undersigned, desiring to engaga
business under the fictitious nai
Uul.FIKS SANDWICH SHOP, al
One 1.inn.In Road, Miami Beach. Flor
Ida. Intend t. register said name with
the Clei k of the Cln ult l oui I of i lade
C Florida.
Dated at Miami, Florida, tins 2th
day "f November. 1951.
ONE LINCOLN ROAD, INC.
WEINKLE .< KESSLER
Attornes a
^11 Seybold Building
11 :io |2 7-14-21
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, deslrinc to engage In
'.".s,'.",'s.'s. ,"",|' lho fictitious name ol
BARBARA APARTMENTS, at i.V-i;
h.ast See,mil Street. Hialeah. Florida.
Intend to register said name with tie
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad*
I ounty. Florida.
FRANK E ISM AN
,, MAE EISMAN
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Applicants
922 Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
11/30 12/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
5S.HSM ""dor the fictitious name of
Bl.l ]: SAILS DKI.I'XF, APART-
MENTS, at 9332 Collins Avenue. S'urf-
slde. Miami Beach. Florida, intend to
register said name with the Clerk el
the Circuit Court of Dade Countv
Florida.
LOUIS ROSE
,,,,., ARTHUR K. PATHMAN
11/23-30 12/7-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
PRINCE A,RTHL'R DELUXE APART
MENT8, at 9054 Collins Avenue. Surf-
Ide, Miami Beach. Florida, intend t'.
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade Countv
Florida.
LOUIS ROSE
..... ARTHUR K. PATHMAN
11/23-30 12/7-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engagi In
business under the fictitious name ol
BTAROBIN AND BON8, at 2388 VI"
Flagler Street. Miami. Florida, inbnd
in register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade Cunt
Florida.
SIDNEY RUBIN
BENJAMIN RUBIN
HAROLD GRAHAM
BERNARD MANDLER
Attorn, v for Pai tnership
Mil Ingraham Building
' 12 7-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Ml riCE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
Ihe undersigned, desiring
in biisim under the fictitious i
of MODERN TELEVISION ANI
RADIO SERVICE, al 2337 K W, 22 id
Miami, Fla., Inti nd t.. reglstei
said name with the Clerk of the I
ult in t ol I Mde County. Florida
MORRIS LEFKOWITZ
BERN Mil' LBBAR
i iwnei s
10, 12 7-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undi di -ii Ing to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BEE JAY ELECTRONICS, at 1439
Alton Road, Miami Beach, Fla.. In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk < the circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida,
BERNARD SPECTOR
JEROME MELT/.
Owners
II SO 12 7-11-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
b islness under the fictitious name of
FLORIDA BUSINESS BROKERS, at
285 W, Flairler Street, intends I.....g-
- said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Coui t ( Dad.- County, l.
Ida.
IRVING SUSSMAN
s ile i 'u ner
STEPHEN F. KESSLER
Attorney for Applicant
2200 w Flaglei St
Miami. Fla.
I] 30 12 7-14-21 ,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desii Ing to gage I
ess undi the fictitious name ol
HARLIN APTS at 310 M< rldlan At
Miami Beach, Florida. Intends
to register said name with the Cle
of the Circuit Court of i lade Cou
Florida.
LEW SIMMS
POKES .v FRISHMAN
Attorneys for Applicant
120 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach, Fla.
12 7-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAVE LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
iderslgned, deairlng to engage In
ess under the fictitious naiiu- :
ALBERT SHENWEATHER, d b a M
& M. SELF-SERVICE LAUNDER
ETTE. at 1438 Drexel Avenue. Miami
Beach, Florida, Intends to reglstei
said name with the Clerk of the C
uit Court of Dade County, Florida.
ALBERT BHENWEATHER
11 28-30 12 7-14
ED
l
T
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 254K
RE: ESTATE OF
JENNIE RUBIN Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
Notice is hereby given thai they
their final n port and t -
iiii.in for i Inal Dlsi hai as I
trices of the estate of JENNIE Rl B-
IN, tleceaaed and thai on the 87th
dav of iiec.inbi r. 1951, the) will apph
to the Honors..... W l BLANTON,
County .indue of Dade County. Flor-
ida, for ni......v.il of said mud report
and for final discharge as Bxecutricea
of the .state of JENNIE Rl BIN, de-
ceased. ___-
This 2th day of November. 19j1.
ANNA FISHHKIN _,
PAUL A. WASSERMAN
MORTON ROTHENBERG
Attorney for Esecutrices
13/714-21-28
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
The Jewish Floridlan so-
licits your legal notices.
We appreciate your
patronage and guaran-
tee accurate service at
legal rates. Phone 2-1141
lor messenger service.
notice under fictitious
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
dersigned; desli Ing t<
. Mi, r the fictll mi i ime of
Bth AVENUE SUNDRY SHOP, at II I
s. w. Bth tvenue, Miami. Fla., In-
sald name with the
Clerk of the C D of 1 di
County, Florida.
ELLA M KENNEDY
Sol.. Owner
BTEPHEN F. KESSLER
Atti rney f?or Applicant
;;ni> w. Flagler street
11 30 1-' 7-11-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SUSAN APARTMENTS, at 1082 Palm
Avenue. Hialeah. intends to reslster
aid name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dads County, Florida,
SUNBEAM HOMES INC.
A 8 i'H Ida Col potation
MAN U. SILVER
Attorney i tpi mts
922 Seybold Building;
I-':- a Ida
l: 7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
ihe undersigned, desiring to i n
in business under the fictitious I
f SUN OPTICAL COMPANY, i! 7I-:
- a v. nue, Miami Beach, l
Intends to register said name with tl
clerk of the Circuit Court of Ds
County, Florida.
SONDEL I' HENDEL
KOVNER A- MANNHEIMER
At tome: i far Bondi I D. Hi ndi I
120 Lincoln Road
!: ai h, I'
30 12 7-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 145227
Rl ISALIND SENFT, Plaintiff,
vs
e.mani'EL SENFT. Defi ndant.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: EM AN eel SENFT
304 W( st 9>th Sti ei t
New Yolk City, New York
You ai.- hereby ordered and reo
il :> serve a copy of your answer i
the Bill of Complaint for Dlvon ,
copy of which is enclosed herewith,
Plaintiff's attorney, and file ths orig-
inal In the office of the Clerk of th-
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florid
on or before the 15th day of Decem-
ber, IsSl. otherwise the allegations
v.i .1 Bill will be taken as con'
by you.
1-AtED: November IT.. 1931.
H. B. LEATHERMAN
curk of the Circuit Co
By TO W. BTOCKINO
Deputy clerk
SAMUEL J, RAND
Alt. rney for Plaintiff
10*7 tiympla Building
Miami ;;:'. Fla.
: 12 7-11
SEITLIN & COMPANY
PERSONAL
AND
COMMERCIAL
COVERAGES
PHONE 9-3836
V.
1 N. C. IrS ST. MIAMI SS. FLA.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE. IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage Ii
-s under the fictitious name
PENN SYRUP SALES CO OF FLOR-
IDA, at number 7914 N. W. 7th w
tie. in the City of Miami. Florida. In-
tends to recister th* said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida. ._____
LEON BROAD
FOKES & FRISHMAN
Attorneys for Applicant
410 Lincoln Road
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER
Kl
HI asie League
Installs Officers
Bertha Foster, honorary mem-
ber of the Miami Beach Music
fcnd Arts League, will act as
Toast Mistress at the First Instal-
lation Dinner-Concert to be giv-
en on Tuesday, December 18th.
Bt the Royal York Hotel, accord-
ing to Ruth Brotman, founder
; nd president of the League. A
reception at 6:30 p.m.. w'.W pre-
cede the dinner.
Special guests will include Ihe
Honorable Mr. and Mrs. Jose Va-
Tcla. Peruvian Consul General;
Mana Zucca, honorary member of
1 e League; Mrs. Jennie Gros-
Einger; Mrs. Charles Alderman,
Jr., president "f the Miami Music
Club; and Mr. and Mrs Henry
Meyer, public relations expert of
Beach Tl ation will
te given by Mrs. Al< x Ko-
can. The Table Arrangements
Committee includes Anyuta Y
v, chairman, and the Mesdames
Zdward Mandell. Paul Chanton
f.nd Marcus B. Cirlir. Mrs. Wil-
Geiger is in charge of Floral
Decorations. St: th< Hos
h itality Committee are Pauia
Warsaw, Lenore Hauer, Sti
. anie Kraner and Lillian Paul
Harold Shapiro, civic leadtr
and member of the board of di-
tors. will act as Installing Of-
ficer.
To be instalkd aiv William
Geiger. president: Ruth Brotman.
executive vice president: Edward
Mandell Herbert Bromberg and
Anyuta Melicov, vice presidents:
Audrev Edrick. treasurer: Betty
Halam and Rita Gordon, corre-
sponding secretaries: ar.d Sallie
Bromberg. recording secretary.
On the board of directors are
Daniel Breeskin. Bary Davis. Mrs.
Alvin Fox. vice consul of the
Dominican Republic. Elizabeth
Fishbtin. John Freema". J. Hei-
el, Charles Lee. Harold Shapiro.
Sidnev Sormer and Paul Warsaw.
Zionist Commission
Hears Youth Reports
The monthly meeting of the
Greater Miami Zionist Youth
Commission will be held on Mon-
i ay. December 17th. at the Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Center School
fuditorium. 8:15 p.m.. S. A. Good-
man, chairman of the Commis-
sion, announced.
The agenda for the mi
.-ill include a report of the Zion-
5t Youth Directors Conference
by Maziam Sihvinberg, an an-
.ouneen ent <>f th-.- new Youth
' r for the state of F! '.; I I
and future plans for the Commis-
sion.
Rei> m Young Judaea by
Berti Junior
.-'. .'. ,.!i i
ioldman, and from IZFA
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