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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
December 23, 1951

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

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
December 23, 1951

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

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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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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AA00010090:01246

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Preceded by:
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Succeeded by:
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l Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Kjjne 24 Number 51
Jewish Leaders Confer at UJA Parley
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 21, 1951
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Carl Weinkle Appointed Chairman
1952 Combined Appeal Campaign
I nrm^'\^,TokV,',*C''l"' *KClUft Food SlWC chin- W'" be <*""
i ,,'' I- > Combined Jewish Appeal of the Gre > i Miami
L H nt 5rWr: '' a '"' n announced by Dan Ruskin. presi-
f\ dent ol tnc federation.
Formal acceptance of the po made by Mr. Weinkle Thurs
day evening, December 20th. at
a gathering before pn sidents
Greater M
01
local welfare agencies in the
ing vear. Valued humanit
services rendered by Mount Sii ai
Hospital, Jewish Home for the
Aged, Bureau of Jewish Ed
turn, Jewish Social Se
ter Miami are, at the hon eau H. fugee Progri .! i
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordoi cational Service. National
top post.
The one-time
Hebrew school
Rat!.i Abba Hillel Silvtr exchanges hardshakss with Supreme
;ourt Justice Williem O. Douglas at last weekend's important
national Conference of United Jewish Apcaal in Atlantic City.
Looking on are Berl Locker (extreme left). Jerusalem head of
|lhe Jewish Agency, and UJA general chairman Edward M. M.
'a-burg. Dr. Jonah Wise, a national UJA chairman, is pictured
tt the extreme right. (An American Jewish Press p! otoj
IJA Sets $151,500,000
ioal; Drafts M. Warburg
ATLANTIC CITY (JTA)The three-day annual national con-
fer) ol the United Jewish Appeal concluded here this weekend ,.
ith the unanimous adoption of a S151.500.000 goal for 1952 and 'teacner >s presently vice chair-
drafting, by acclamation, of Edward M. M. Warburg to J!"0' th,e "ar? .f Directors of
T\e foi the second successive year as general chairman of the >tne. Jewish Theological Seminary
?d Jewish Appeal Doctor Joseph J. Schwartz was re-elected \^ co-chairman of the $20,000,-
ive vice-chairman. 000 drive- for the Federation of
they will go down. Israel must Jewish Philanthropies,
not go down. The homeless must ~^ ~ zr~ ~\^
not be abandoned Xliplatnl I til II On
$7,000,000 Presented tf, f..........
Checks totalling $7,000,000 were | KPtOrtBt 'fi'lll'lf
presented at the closing session NEW YORK CITY ((AJP)
unti e to $175 400 500 -ph,, of the UJA conference by leaders : The ultra-Orthodox Agudath Is-
lution noted that the Jews of various communities to Wil- rael this week applauded the
liam Rosenwald, national chair- stand of the Union of Orthodox
man of the UJA. Mr. Rosenwald Jewish Congregations at its re-
urg d all communities to con- cent convention stressing the ban
tinue their efforts to forward I by Orthodox Jews "to attend
cash to the rational offices of Conservative or Reform congre-
the UJA on account of their 1951 gations foi any form of pray r."
efforts, The affirmation of the ban by
View It if kind
%OA Presidential
Candidate
NEW YORK CITY (AJP)- The chairman ana to hear his report Ibir.ed Jewish Appeal can
name of former Judge Simon H on the national conference of the Carl Weinkle has been
Presidents of more than 150 ',;l '"' Jewish Women
Greater Miami organizations Greater Miami Jewish C
were on hand to pledge their "> Certer must be
support to the 1952 campaign and supported through thi C
I Rifkind, third deputy police com-1 United Jewish Appeal held i
Imissioner of New York City, was Atlantic City, from which he had
mentioned prominently this week just returned. Mr. Weinkle at-
BS a possi lie candidate for the tended the three-day session a-
hotly (untested post of national '"ng with Samuel Fri Hand. Ha:-
president of the Zionist Organiz- ry Sirki'n, Mrs. Loui> oiasser.
ation of America. Mrs. Carl Wei.-.kle, Morris Klass,
Commissioner Rifkind. who as lind Mr. and Mrs. Abraham
General Eisenhower's advisor on Goodman.
Jewish affairs in 1945 urged the Weinkle re ported that the na-
immediate opening of Palestine tional goal of the UJA had been
to Jewish immigration, reported- fixed at $151,500,000. and that
ly was called upon this week by a I American Jewry would be asked active member of Beth
numl er of prominent ZOA lead- Ito contribute this amount to help Synagogue and held' gg
ers to accept a bid to seek the fellow Jews in Israel, in Middle Civic and fraternal organize
in local philanthropic and .
affairs since his arrival hen-
Atlanta, Georgia, in 1925 He
has served as president of the
former Miami Beach Y.M ind
YWHA and has been a mi
of the Board of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation since its
inception. In 1951. he was a i
chairman of the Initial Gifts Un-
its, chalking up an enviable rec-
ord of achievement. He is an
David
many
ations.
Bni'c
T::
e $151 Son.000 quota was des-
ibed in the main conference
solution as a minimum sum
Bich American Jews must raise
meeting the needs of the Jews
I and in other countries
oun
sol
democratic countries
ould divide among themselves
1 risibility for raising the
$23,900,500. This is
time since 1949 that a
<;al M! has been voted a.s a
' paign objective
urg. in accepting the
nmanship. told the
"Out help in 1952
a new turn. Our prin- ^nation ui'planning' tl e "drive
nve must be to aid 0f the United Jewish Appeal and
isolidates the great gains the Israel bond lssll(. The reso-
hree lution recommends thai local
communities establish co-ordin-
ating committees where none
now exist and that all local co-
and Far Eastern lands and iin- In the coming campaign. Wein-
migrants to the United States. kle will head a force of more
He pointed out that some 8,500 than 1,200 volunteer workers wl o
immigrants are expected here in will comprise the various solici-
1952. while 120.000 are expected tation units of the campaign.
to enter Israel from European These units include: Pace Setters,
cour.ries. These men. women. Initial Gifts. Women. Winter Res-
j children will be aided through f ident. Hotels. Trades and Pro-
t..e United J^lesUnc Appeal. fissions, Metropolitan and Youth.
which serves frael directly, by, Dates of major campaign (unc.
t:.e Joint- Distribjftion Commit- tions und namcs of tne 1952 Di.
tee. functioning outside Israel. v]slon i,oafi(lrs will bc announced
and by the Bled Service for shortlv Weinkle stated.
Few Americans operating in our
own country, rocusing attention
upon the greater Miami commun-
ity. Weinkle stated that this area
was expanding rapidly, account-
ing for the increased nee Is ol
J> w ish organizations i n the
The reception honoring Mr.
and Mrs. Carl Weinkle was ten-
dered by the Metropolitan Unit
under chairmanship of Mr. Fred
j K. Shochct and sponsored by
Mrs. Harry Gordon arid Mrs. Mil-
ton Sirkin, co-chaimen of \v
en's Mobilization,
Call For Coordination
The conference also adpoted .1
resolution calling for ;i greater
degree of national and local co-
half years American
ponson-d the greatest
"mecoining in history as they
Iped more than 700,000 Jews
i'h Israel Now we must turn
1 'i homecoming into a
aking" which will see
e "111 igranta who have come
opcl, loused, fully employed
nd contributing abundantly to
development."
Di Schwartz told the confer-
' the $151,500,000 goal
its a realistic apportion-
*nt ol a tremendous financial
1 lich American Jews must
'"' as a matter of responsibil-
v. conscience and urgency." He
Hided American Jewry for its
Btribution of $85,000,000 to the
ited Jewish Appeal.
Decl img that American Jews
"1 b< called on in 1952 as they
"lied on at the end of
oriel War II to give out of every
11" of their time, their en-
and their means, Dr.
rtz said: "We have no oth-
' because the Jews of Is-
I the homeless in other
no other choice. Eith-
lor their rescue from
peril and darkness or
the UOJC was hailed by the Agu-
dath as "1 clear-cut definition of
the unbridgeable chasm between
Orthodoxy and Re form."
Attacking what it termed "Au-
tomat-Judaism." t- Agudath
urged further action by UOJC to
"help set up the lines of deniarc- ,
atin; between an Orthodox and a
non-Orthodox synagogue."
"If." the group said in its or- -
ordinating committees meet im-
mediately to develop the neces-.'gan Jewish Opinion, the Ortho-
sarv plans for 1952. dox synagogue will have all the
, .,, c accoutrements of the Conserva-
Israel Ambassador Abba S. 1 y ou such .,s mixed pt.ws_
Eban, in an address to he dele- ,.,, hone on shabbos
gates described the United Jew- irf) gti la.)ek>d Orthodox by
ish Appeal as the first in the yjitue of affjllatjon with the
field as an instrument of massive UOjCnothing but confusion
financial effort for Jewish reha- rf haQ, (..m 1(,su]I-
bilitation. He expressed the
hope that the $151,500,000 goal
for 1952 will be effectively at-
tained and that "a successful
United Jewish Appeal will radi-
ate its victorious example to all
other branches of our common
effort."
Goldmanr Speaks
Dr. Nahum Goldmann, co-
Miami Passes
Dynamite Control
Ordinance
An ordinance designed to con-
trol the purchase and use of dy-
chairman of the Jewish Agency. namjte explosive was passed by
jTgv
Sc u
''
I
]lnds
I
I
Report Weizmonn'a
Health Improved
J}L AV1V Dai'y b"1"
the health of Dr. Chaim
mn, Israel's 77-year-old
addressing the conference', warn
ed that Israel today is at the
crossroads between "failure and
glorious ad levement." Just re-
turned from Jerusalem, Dr. Gold-
mann emphasized thai he was
not exaggerating when he said
that "the gense ol crisis in israi 1
today is in many ways as great
as it was in 1948" when the Jew-
ish state was founded and then
fought for its independence
Arab armies.
pri \..... isiaeis Y<-year
ill Sl '"' who has b^n critically
He
the- city Of Miami early last Wed-
nesday
Miami's move, inspired by rec-
ent bombings of housing settle-
ments and synagogues, makes the
fourth such ordinance recently
drawn up in an effort to halt
local terroristic activity. Hialeah,
Miami Beach and Coral Gables
I ave already instituted similar
statutes.
The 23-page law will require
the licensing of dynamite distrib-
utors and the registration with
against tre
tressed that this crisis "in some
ways is greater, for there is mere (llstnbuloI.s Dv purchasers of the
to lose." explosive. Purchasers will also
Beil Locker, chairman of the |, H uired to explain the use
Jewish Agency who came from | ^.^ thp dvnamite wlll be
rave been discontinued in 'Jerusalem to address the session, ,
* of the "continuous improve- imade reference to Premier Davio j h ^
2*n in his condition." The Ben Gunon's statement '} I
hLS,dt'nt' who confined to his Wednesday in the Israel Pal-
^ in-Rehovoib, was visited I ment. He declared that Mr. Ben
*v a number ^jf.friends and gov- Gurion's comments hmeMwi
^ment leaders in the past few subject to unfortunate misunder
standing."
days.
Oher recommendations of the
ordinance will prohibit the trans-
portation of explosive by car. Ve-
hicles loaded with dynamite will
be required to carry warning
signs on them.
Carl Weinkle
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MDAY. DECEMBER 21, 1951
I'll Say...
jTijj column, first published in Tlic Jewish
,,f January 7, 1949. is being reprinted by
Look In r demand. Mr. Simonliuff's penetrating
Cmhh'"'-'' about The Christmas Tree ore especially
hnropriaM as Christmas approaches.Editor.
f ,.: to 8 lady, who perhaps could at one time
' entered a beauty contest, but never a brain
!Jgt I was treated to this vignette, "Chanukah and
istmaa should be jointly celebrated as a gesture
ill towards our neighbors." She probably
rd this from the type of Rabbi whose sermons
ntain more about Jesus than Moses. When I asked
nether Chanukah candles should be removed from
ie Menoiah and hung on the Christmas tree to the
me ,1 Peace on Earth. Good Will to Christmas ana
,u.v she answered, "Why, yes."
'HR1STMAS TREE JEWS
If Mr. Gallup should investigate the matter, his
.rvey would, I am sure, disclose that Christmas
ees arc set up in the home of such Jews who keep
iray fiom the Temple on Yom Kippur; who refer
other Jews as kikes; who if sickly are bent on
rning to Christian Science; who permit slurs and
eeis about Jews and Judaism in their homes, yet
c astonished and grieved when their children
,arry in church; who refuse to contribute to the
nitcd Jewish Appeal; who send Christmas cards to
Ether Jews; who never extended the slightest aid to
Jewish victims of Hitler yet were eager to help the
ted Cross with bundles for Britain; who were mem-
ers of the American Council for Judaism, Inc.;
hose English accent is atrocious, yet affect ignor-
nce of Yiddish; who change ttieir names from
:0hen to Curtis; who send their children to Ethical
ulture schools; who object strenuously to the teach-
g of Hebrew in Sunday Schools; who gag if forced
l occasions to eat Kosher meat: who say that Jews
hould not run for public office; who seek ad-
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mittance to hotels which flaunt on their masthead
the legend, restricted clientele; who, though pro-
fessed atheists join the Unitarian Church; who weep
over the sorrows of displaced Arabs; who complain
'hat too many Jews are intellectuals and crowd the
professions, yet send their sons to Harvard and then
ighters to Wellesley; who boast that no one takes
them fpr Jews; who advocate the transfer of the
Sabbath service to Sunday; who turn off the radio
when a Jewish program comes on; who have never
lifted a finger to help build the State of Israel; who
chime in when anti-Semites slander Jews; who were
horrified when British officers in Palestine were in
retaliation horsewhipped by Jews: who profess to
have no interest in Jewish problems: who never
attend a Sedar on Passover Eve; who prate about
double loyalties when Medina* Israel is mentioned.
CHRISTIAN SYMBOLISM
Lef I be called a Gownngnt bigot, let me explain:
The lit-up Christmas tree, hung with gifts brought
by the genial and hearty Santa Claus, is as beautiful
a celebration as ever has been devised. A symbol of
generosity and hospitality, it is Christian idealism at
its best. As a ceremonial, we can admire its spirit of
good cheer, benevolence and charity just as the
Jewish artist can revere the perfections of Raphael's
Madonnas, or the power and sweep of the vast
panorama in The Last Judgment by Michael Angelo.
Some of us feel the deepest religious emotions when
we hear the great Catholic Masses. Yet would any
one advocate placing a Madonna in a synogague?
Or listen to Bach's Mass in B minor at the service on
Yom Kippur?
The Christmas tree is religious symbolism to its
very core. The ceremony begins at midnight that
opens the day commemorating the birth of the
Christian Saviour. Children get out of bed and sing
such carols as "Hail, Oh Hail Oh, Glorious Morn,
The Christmas Tree
By HARRY S1MONHOFF
Christ the Prince of Peace is Born." Now -
possible place can this most religious of Christi
Cl lebrations have in a Jewish home'.' There is SOI
thing ignorant, superficial or downright dishonest in
appropriating the holiest experiences ol
religion. It is vulgar to imitate the passion in a
strange ritual, without feeling the genuine emoti in
wrapped therein.
Our regard for the Christmas tree should in no
way differ from our attitude towards the reli|
of our neighbors. We consider Christianity a noble,
uplifting faith that makes for progress, humanity
and civilization. How can we take any other view
since that faith is derived largely from our own
Torah? Our respect for Christianity is best summed
up in the answer the Rabbi gives to a Christian who
expresses a wish to embrace Judaism. "Why should
you change? Your religion is excellent. If you ob-
serve it sincerely, you will enter the kingdom of
God. Stay where you are, and you will be much
happier."
JUDAISM
Our historic position has always been that Chris-
tianity, through enormously beneficial to other
peoples, has no message for us. Our own faith was
old and respected before the birth of Jesus. Its ritual
is equipped to serve us completely, from the cradle
to the grave. The inspiration of our purest spirits
conceived it. The labors of our best minds have de-
veloped its theology as well as its way of life. The
faith that has grown out of our history and tradi-
tions best fits our national character, molded by the
vicissitudes of thousands of years. We are not ready
to sacrifice the Judaism that presents our peculiar
genius, our own contribution to world's culture.
The Christmas tree, like the cross, is a noble
symbol of Christianity. The seven branched Menorah
burning the Chanukah lights radiating truth, freedom
and heroic self sacrifice is the Jewish symbol.
lalkin To Address Beach Zionist
.uncheon Club On Wednesday
Harold Shapiro, president of the Miami Beach Zionist District,
mnounces that Gilbert J. Balkin will be Guest Speaker at the
Wednesday, December 26th, Luncheon of the Miami Beach Zionist
Luncheon Club held in the Ritz Plaza Hotel.
Mr. Balkin has been director of Florida Regional Office, Anti-
)efai.iation League, B'nai B'rith, for the past six years. Prior to
ininu the ADL, Mr. Balkin trict holds these Luncheons every
Wednesday at 12:15 p.m. In addi-
tion to the weekly speaker, the
program also features pin-point
news reporting by Charles H. Lee
nd Alabama. He is an honor and community singing by Jacob
fcerved for five years with the
Fed. ral Government as Regional
supervisor of the United States
Department of Labor in Louisiana
tati of Washington Uni-
versity and the University of Cin-
cinnati where he majored in so-
Imerican Jewish Community.
Miami Beach Zionist Dis-
C Fishman. Albert E. Ossip is
toastmaster and chairman at
these Luncheons. He is assisted
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< hanukah
EDITORIAL
""PAY. DBCa^j, J
Chenukah .s the ancient Jewish fesnval syrr.
be -anq purJicctJon. I: re.memrrcres -he :^cr>
.rr of tie Te-pie the removal ~ rll tact wes
unnoiy cr.ri :t:e.r- w-.tjun .ts ii The scory
c: the Natr Terr.^d :r_ra:'.e r: the Mencrar rep-
resent* :;.- ,'ews their :.-::. ; c-as: T-r-.p-, =Ter
C-versiry. While -he shrr=:e< rt Creek des-
srrr\:cnon .:v rr: lied
touow
6-s : : :-. zrz~j.:e --- r.tes Ar.nochus
. iMMBted they rocsecrate'-i "he Temple rrnew
But :.. z-;z..zz. rr. rr.cr-r rr-. hears The bnloncad rocks r:
:y--r id .; dm a matrde :::-rre-r Am
: -j-i f :r: e.a.v r; i
rmiar redec re re-.-
rlecmse r.rv,- thambiea t rweec sway and
r.r=i.-rs : Dtier Tha Nas Trrr.; ex
:; ::.: r?: = ^:_
- r:. :
~.z = ~:-.-
> .
-" :; 3 is: 3Ci ::-:; bum
"- -- :or _r rr.nr. ...r
--.: i1 iiii eeiiij ; __- mmMmmbI by ever. s_p-
--- e ieny the ::r .-. -he Hasm rr.cecr.
Sach s :':..i:.:r st \-..= per.- .s iritboal
sasoe :: feix lews .= Mi Maks
> Garien
Minister David Ben-Gur -- -.
his S5th Birthday this week. The'>
wno began applying himself hi 1906 -*" ^"^
development of Israel, finds the"'-'-- '-*~' '*
in the twilight of his career, rciec"-"^^*9*
world importance. "Tc*i
Fundamentally a man of pec-- -_
is signiiicant that Ben-Gunoc ployed -V! J
role in the founding of the Hear-7 V-*^
lent complete support to the KMsrve ---'." :!
of Israel for a Jewish homeland h '-'-
recognized the need of mihtorv :r .."^"-"^
Today. Ben-Bur-on is not MMMhec to res i
the shadow of his past. He recce- --=" thV U
portance cf solidifying the Jew-sh vie '-'.- ihLH
the solidification r: Israels e: .-.'.."i!
unwel! he came to Amertc .:.'.'";-
--pose of launch:.-.r -re Israel Bot j ,/ '
A :r.r .v.-;. WafJd Jewry, we k
PtiBM V.r._ster who will ~z: accede
fart 1 : bfa years and h_<= r: l'~.
onnl -...e vfakn ha hrough: with
beooBMi r- tEadtafloooad raa
The Jewish \alion.i! Fmmi
reur.ded : -.e Fj:
- '-'.rrla Z.:..
CHANUKA 5712
Ilonds
r. r re..... r reel.-; :;: Qm rr.^5.:r.
:: snd the e ?..- g oeed we -rve been
sboul :.-.e Bowk r: ^.-re! cxnnpaign
: ".:._".:.- ".''e h~ve ;5~:-;r:-;: both
rrrrr..:; [y rr.r by rtlHiaikl r.~ izr.zezs :z
Mate should Atneriuan Jewry :r; ic surrrr
re rr~rr.rr. We rave published virid sr.-.es
. = .;:= :z '.s:ze. :r. which r::rrr.r-
lishmenti won re;rr.re-r rr.r ririoni eirresse'd.
"or -; 'r rr rr.rre r: ..-._s rc.r.: would rr.err.
'-"" ** "e er.rrr.r.r hi :r;rle:y Tr.s -us: be
ne.'r.e: :zi rur.rirr. r.o: >;-. 3 r.eed. Gcverr.rr
Fuller #' rrer. r.rs res.rr.r-er Decemrer us M>
Mi BoMd Mnsrfh. ever, us Zosr.z. Ricas ex presi-
dent Jose Figures vrrur.or.lr.g in cur r.:y speaks
in ffawiug Mm r: bAmMi aboal tl-.e Jewish
MOM Somm S9C X0.00C worth of bonds ha 1M
OMOady been scld. Cne rrull:on have been
hOMCjhl by residents of the Gre-ter M.urr.. urea.
We rr.";r:rr-e :rr. = :rerrr.e r.-.d rrr.d uirreases
ui sales verv seen.
------____7- tjs
Ml NattOtKX] rjr.d land -- -
rr. zi "'li'iiMlliMj ne waste 1:
rr.r e-:::lj;..rr r new Jewish VVl'j
v.r.er. rr.rs* -; th* iPOdd see.e -.'7
- :.rr.- lo fawMh ex.=:e: --."-".
challenged rr.r when Jewish leu:-. emseh
e =.: ..-. .er.rir.g supper.
The Fund DOatfamod purrhr = .r.v ; JetpM
. :.;.rrr.re :r g t
Bad a- fin* reen loofcod upcr. pate
p.-e Arrr porjUHlM :r~er:er whe ;: ,-
natk .zer BHM r BOW v..-.. -;;^
-d upon BMMi which wo-ulr out:
rr.r BBCMmJ Odes :: l.v.ng. 2:.. :.-..:-
-m-"rz. pMIKuOUM rr.r rr.as= BUrdei
Jewry 3 whofa r.errer surprr ; deald
DM famMil NoaOBOJ Fund'
SuJlty c: erri.cr. rr.r rr plr., the
arty 4? = ths Fuad stood very rr.. xkmsd
then m its foresich: and ehor .:.;= ^
no* tc redoub.e our suppcrt of Ball 1 pa::.-.:
ing cgency. Land purchased by INF :e
rr.r.r.s the perpetual trust cf the S 1;-:;;:
rr.r 13 developed for the settlemer: ..:. z tehsbl
itction of countess European and c a Ers-err
Jews. This weekend the Fund will :e.er:r:e Tag
Day on Miami Beach. Will it have a MppM
now?
Greater Miami Jewish School Students
Participate In Maccabiah Carnival
the J t Greater M
1 : t
. ih Eduesi
the J : JLarn. will be held n Wedi
C r 25th. Par< for
10 sot _: Shensnd ab Pars I
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Thi ''
To Ligrht Menorah
Before Gables Center
-.- Sunday. D 23rd. it
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Miami Hebrew School
Fetes President

E. E .- : Mr H .''
.
-
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S N --S'jjue
= :- etl vent will o assisted by
West Y--- B*n SoitoZoCL .Nat Cookoe. '
,:. *r Beti Scene G Pearbran. and P.
^r^^^thTHeSew
5c.->oeL
Voice Gratitude
For Bombing
Investigations
Gratification thai ai; levels of
:s'*' ei local.
-'' I federal art
1 ifating
nsnuUnga and
- in M uni ad C ral Ga-
: expressed bj tl
Greatrr M C o o rdinat.r.
ttee Against Bombir...
B UT tt Roth M :ra.rrr:ir;
We have beer, pleaded to ob-
serve the diligence with rhicfa
tattoo baa ban con-
Coordinating c
"and hope that
cul-
apprehension
: U resf -.i.-;- | .
-r area
W rant Ic eaaphattn ind
.-...--..
1 :. wards a
.r.ese desp.^arjle
nes against our
-'- -
issly until the per-
are d appre-
2ed and brousht to
arty can oni%- reel

the knowledge
- gauons have been
iccessf u] end
r-sion of
-
~ "*TShes to ex-
-ation to the
of the .aw infimtu
+i~r...-:: .r.vesxicatinc the case
the fine cooperauon which
tbey nave displayed in the haad-
'*> aain urge that the in-
WM3MMMW '.-.:. gorouily
with no break Ml the chain of
-ity by any of the coope.-at-
mt 1 a w esforcement agencies
is the end that tr.e perpe-
t^ton of the drnanututas and
.mmiiiWCTum.
>> ~-jraz
Cr..cre-. frorr. a., se-rtions of Greater M:a*: .
attend the BoaM r l- .-. Chanukah F-.;-..-.
tc be h- December 21st. 9
er Theater. 1900 SW Bth Street Maar .. and ai :
iter. 1445 Washing*, r. Av:.-..e M.ami Bead
T^* Festival Progra.--.
les, entertain] : a speec.-. by 13-vear .
coe, who will rehalf of I vCOOO
Independence Bond Issue A rew film. N-
- :n Israel, dramatically depicting the MMMXles lit 3-
year old State, will be Jhown. The Amazing Ma-r one of
- most injjeni m ari talented mMgirinm
per:: rrr.
The Festival, arranged for children of all age g::.. U pa"
'. the State of Israel Bond Issue Chanukah Feath mD
orttmue through iut the week of December 21st 1
wht-n it .ll be ^l..-:-.axed bv a gigantic CoBununit Chaw-
kah Festival at the lliomi Beacr. Municipal Audit
nth. at 8 p rr. Children attending tr.e Fr:-.
Festival a.-, innilul | bring lhar friends and reiat.
borr.b:rgs may be speedilv appre-
led.*
Tr.e Coordinat;ng C BUIlittet
Bom sings is comprised of
rep- lives of tr.e Anti-Dc-
famatioa League f Br.^. B:
Jewish War Veterans. Greater
Miami Rabb.rucal Association ar.d
Greater Miami Synagogue Coun-
n cooperation w:th the Great-
er Miami Ministerial A aociatioa
Greater Miami Council of
Dora Stein Sisterhood
Dora Stein Sisterhood of
the Israelite Center will hold its
nukah Latka Partv. Sunday.
December 23rd, 7 p.m.. at the
Center. 3198 SW 24th Terrace

Gables Young Adults
The Coral Gables Young Adult
KffOBB is sponsoring 3 New Years '
Eve Party, at the Coral Gables
Jewish Community Center. 320
Palermo Avenue.
The party will mark tre end
oi the term of the present adm:r.
istration of the group Elections
for new officers will be held '
January 2. 1*52.
Churches, Arr.ericar. ". ft Vet;
erans of Foreign Wars N
Association for :r
of Colored People an *
ditional local avi -____
'-Hi nt: <>f. F' 21 1-c
r T jnmi F o' 3 1- i-- X sr6,
Sixtti strt. M it it. P :-aa. E"
tr0 a* lr;;-J ; ii- matte JW *
:. at tn Post Of* : o* M'";
Pi*, under tK Act o* vj-:- 5. 'I^;
Th JawuMi F.or ,- -it aM"0
* Jiaiih Unit* ana t-e J"'-
>i) Mamoar of tna JwiJ Tl-
|-ipn.c Agency. Seven *-' '"'-"
Syndicate. Varta)wide Net *'' '
Nat>nai Editor a> Assoc at *"
sm* Aaaociatiao t E-s p,-!""
Siaaaiaaaia. r>erda P^eaa *iociti"
Ta Jr-iaa FV f
r-a^ntea the Kaabrjth t*"-* "'
flaandraa xtTertU^d In i: oo.'iwBl
0e Year____________
T Vaan_____-__________
FREDE.SHOCHCT
mtifr ana- Puo %'____.
LEO MINDLIN
New* E3 __
OFFICE and PLANT
120 N. E. Sixth Street
Telephones 2-1141-2-8212^
FRIDAY. DECEMBER 21.J*'
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FRIDAY. DECEMBER 21, 1951
+Jewisli flcriciian



0raiilfc Chapter
Honda? BriiiM'h
nnual Chanukah brunch
,. ndeia Chapter. Amer- !
sh Congress, will I e
Monday, December 24th,
Gull Hot< I.
: '! anenb lum.cl
lay, will i: 'i
will
ation be
. Morris Kogan, pri
.. ei air a brief 1
ing. In
anukah, Mrs. Alfred
i: iduce Ral bi Mos-
who will speak on
. h festival, and Mrs.
Loeb, past proxy, will
.He -lighting ceremony
: the executive board.
.il program is being plan-
e followed by an af'.er-
,, games. I
estesses for the day will '
Mesdames Frank Berger, ;
Berlin, Jack Janoff.
~pen>. Sydney Finger, l.e-
[auer, Claire Cohen. Freiria '
Ufred Lesser, Jacob Dav-
! .. Matthew Silverstein, William
i sie Essman. Louis Gold- ,
, Tohin. Jacob Shubin,
Paul, Leon Goodman, Har- '
. Louis Shafkin, Shir-,
Berg, Manuel Tanenbauni
rris Kogan.
Senior Judaea
fonneU Da nee
.* installation
I Chanukah dance and I
.'i of new Council mem- I
i fficers ol the Senior
C tuncil will be held Sun-
ning, 8 p.m.. at Temple
announced S. A.
n, ( airman of the Great-
;. imi Zionist Youth I
sponsoring the Dance.
kah dance will
onvention gel t< g< I
I venty delegati I
Young Judaea
city who .! plan-
attending the Wii '
i i Daytona Bi
ember 26th. Bob L< -
'. rial Rosh of the Y
li rs' Council, will
the dam e.
, c BI dl< B
n
v< ning. Misa Rul
Beth E] S
i new chah i
. i .:. Mrs. Berti a
ii .. Juda< a chai i
nmision, I i
tti e, Mrs. Hi ni
. Mi*. F.. L
c Mo er and Mi '
., will providi
vi ning.
PAGE 5 A
Officers recently installed at the Israelite Cenier are 'seated
left to right) Hy Morris. 1st vice president and chairman of the
Board; Irving Sperling, president; and Rabbi Abraham Sachs.
Standing left to right are Joseph Feld, 3rd vice president; and
Joseph Abramson, 2nd vice president. Installation of the officers
was held at the Center's last regular meeting. xing
Jane Powell To
Star In Beach
Center Dance

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A

i
T
-
Dinni
hairmen.
Mrs, S; muel Lipton and Mrs, Ira
' C. Wal ey. an that plans
and arran aln
been succi I ully concluded. T
function is the Hind rais-
ing activity sponsored by the Sis-
terhood, and proc eds
rds the maintenance of the
Religious School building.-
Miller
Electric
Co.
Quality Contracting
and
Service
820 S. W. 4th St.
Phone 9-2477

Alpha Onteaa farms Auxiliary
At the home of Mrs. Robert assisting in entertaining visiting
Litowitz the Alpha Omega Worn- clinicians and their wives.
held its recent organizational
meeting.
Composed of wives of Miami
dentists, they will work in con-
Elccted to lead the group n
Mrs. George A. Graham, presi-
dent; Mrs. Melvin Becker: vice i
president and program chairman:
Mis. Muriav M. Zinner. secre-
junction witn the Alpha Omega tary-treasurer; and Mrs. Michael
Alumni Cluo of Greater Miami. Fl,h(,,. corresponding secretary.
Plans are under way for a
Der Yiddisher Forum meeting to be held next Janu, ry
uer iiaaisner rorum [?th .a which tlme Dr Florence
The weekly discussion group, Wehsberg, psychologist and a
Dtr Yiddisher Forum, will hear member of the group, will be
Ehiel Lesowodei tomorrow even- "'-"'sl "Pt,akcr-
ing. 8:30 p.m., in the Confi
Room "I the Greater Miami Jew- \',<<5l
ish Fedi ati in, 420 Lincoln Roa I
l,i '. ill di cus asp cts
. its 'cular :
nd il i ull ural and
ti itions
28th Anniversary
9.ithM,
CUSTOM TAILOR
28 Years of Service to
the World's Most
Distinctive Clientele
1104 Lincoln Road
Ph. 5-3812
| FAMOUS HUMIIR
MEAT PRODUCTS >J
2&&X QUA t ITY
#g:*
*i
9*1
SINAI KOSHER STAR CORP.
mi- uih H.isTi.o n c:iicao iu
Distributed by || |-(,ralV I'OOlf >
1733 N. W. 7th Avnu* Phone 9"8456
Bottled and Distributed by
Southern Beverages,
Inc.
Sam Blank. Pres.
any way you look
at it, the label says:
"OVEN-BAKED"
The two words "Oven-Baked" on the label
give the whole flavor story of Heinz Kosher
Beans. Oven-Baked-through and through -
drenched in a tasty sauce! A"mechaya !
There's something else of importance or. the
label, too-the seal of approval of Trib
UNION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH CON-
GREGATIONS OF AMERICA! On the cans
in both sizes and on the glass jar!
HEINZ KOSHER BAKED BEANS
Strictly Pareve, Strictly Vegetarian
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PAGE 6 A
+Je#ist) DcrkUari
FRIDAY, DECEMBrp ?,
>
500 Attend Hebrew Academy Dinner
At Copa City; See Student Cavalcade
Mill'Q tVl ->*\ CAA __ ___ 1 A___1 _____ ._ .1 1 i n
More than 500 persons turned
out for the gala Hebrew Acad-
emy dinner at Copa Citv last
Saturday night.
The celebration was a tribute
to all those who worked zcal-
rty in behalf of the fund-rais-
ing affair. Highlight of the ev-
8 were the talented children
who staged an outstanding mus-
interpretation of Life in I
:x depicting five diff, : -
-
Written by Dr. David S An-
di :.. pi of t Hi
Kneseth Israel Party
The Sisterh i f Knesel It
141S E.....1 Avenu< M
( Par-
Tuesday
ber 25th. r.t 8 p.n
Academy, and directed by Edna
Sachs and Robert Strassburg. the
Musical Cavalcade <3f Life re-
ceived acclaim from the audi-
ence. Herman Shapiro as the
Mast. r. Valeria Mai the
Child, and soloist Efrom Meschel-
:: appeared in fine voice. But
was Jay Makovsky who cap-
' thi audience w I
portrayal -in
the Set- tableau Assist-
by Leon Firti iar.
Amei ican-
:.e.
Others in the casl were Sandy
Andron. Edward Ginsburg, Carol
Silver berg, Brenda Hochman,
P! yllis Katz, C u N wale Rita
r' wak, Helen Hirz and the A-
ible.
ber of com-
mit' I):. An-
il, while Bur-1 it Roth,
or I Miami Beach and gi i
- airman of the festive
casion. commended the fine ef-
Masada Hail Set
Vnr Suntlny
A Can : ligj t Ball Celebra-
n in commemoration of Ch.m-
ukah, will be the affair of thi
nth for Ma.-.. I...; Sundav
night. December 23rd. 9 pm, at
the Cadillac Hob
President Abraham Schafer
will present a check of $200 to
Gilbert Rapp:.p..:t. vice presi-
dent of the Southeastern Region.
ZOA. bunging this year's total
i for Israel projects to SI.000.
uroup will also hold their
kIv Oneg Shabbat tonight.
8:45 p.m.. at the .-.ome of Doris i
Schnur. 1245 Euclid Avenu.
Nadja Baron will conduct th<
program on Orthodox. Conserva-
tive and 1 an.
Nepoleon Reed, television
star, will make his initial ap-
pearance on M'ami Beach in
he new Yiddish American
musical laugh riot. What! I'm
Lucky?, having its world pre-
mitra at the Roosevelt Play-
house or. Suncjv. December
23rd
V .1. Freedman
HEBREW BOOK STORE
417 Washington At*.
Miami Beach
Between Fourth and Fifth St*.
Hebrew Religious Supplier
For Synagoguei and Privala
Use, Also for Hebrew Schools.
Telephone 5-9017
jMniscHEiml
Dr. David S. Andron, oresicant of the Hebrew Academy, and
guests at the fourth annual dinner given by the Academy last
Sunday evening at Copa City.
fort of Jews in the community
on behalf of the Hel
dinner.
Ft tu ed
journal for the manner in which
the Spirit of the Festivals, from
the art works <>f Sigmund I
were interpreted. Mrs. David S-
Andron, chairman of the Journal
Committee- together with Mrs
Louis Escott and Mrs. Roy Sitom-
i r, co-chairmen, were respon-
sitle for its publication.
In appreciation 'of the tireless
a :k by members of the Hebrew
Academy staff ar.d other workers.
Dr. Andron announced that a
Victory Dinner would soon be
held to commemorate the success
of the annual affair.
FRYING
COOKING
BAKING
rrrreo etcher or m aear t
MJGUST BRO&Dy;
ll'thrBfcrl '*
For the in for mat ion
of contributors to
Israel causes
THE main channel for American Jewry's philanthropic support
of Israel is the UNITED JEWISH APPEAL. Its primary in this
field has been endorsed unanimously by the Jewish communities of the
United States and the organizations through which they operate.
This primacy is based upon the tremendous scope of the activi-
ties which are carried on in Israel through United Jewish Appeal
funds. These funds are the hackhone of the Jewish State's huge
immigration, colonization and aheorption program. UJA dollars
financed the transportation and settlement in Israel of the 700.000
immigrants who have come to her shores since the establishment
of the Stale in May. 1948.
I JA dollars mutt continue to finance the immigration and absorp-
tion of the hundreds of thousands of additional immigrants who are
expected to arrive in brael during the next throe year-. UJA dollar-
will also help make possible the expansion of Israel's agricultural pro-
duction, the key factor in the drive to make Israel self-sufficient in food.
Warranted and I nuarranted Campaigns
In addition to the United Jewish Appeal, certain other well known
organizations with established traditions of constructive work in Israel
can legitimately lay claim to public support iu the Ur.ied Slates and
'isewhere.
But occasionally individuals and organizations launch nt -am-
paigns in behalf of Israel, enterprises of special and limited char-
atler. Ihese enterprises are not always constructive and the claims
put forward in iheir l>ehalf are not always warranted by facts.
The? Authorization of Drives
As a direct result of demands by the organized Jewish communities
oi me Untied Mates, and with the support of the Government of Israel,
the Jewish Agency for Palestine set up in 1949 a Committee o- Con-
trol and AiTHoR.ZATio>; of Campaigns. The function of the COM
Mirm ,s to scrutinize all reposed Campaigns in behalf of I-r.^1 *ith
a view to establishing the validity of their claims and their general
usefulness.
When in Doubt
The Committee will shortly announce what campaigns for Israel,
in addition to the Inited Jewish Appeal, will be authorized for 1952.
In the meantime, you are urged when asked for contributions l,v
any organisation other than the United Jewish Appeal to examine
carefully the claims put forward by the canvassing group. If are in doubt, write to the JEWISH AGENCY FOR PALESTINE,
ELTT!!! ~ C^l and Auhrization of Campaigns, 16 East
66lh Street. New York 21, Fi. Y
.J.'T JeT\fe.h l^^ Pa,M,inc u'*~ American Jewish public
TV.Tl A ,fiJeWi8h AP'>eai ta 1952 U. uunost generosity.
The need hat necer been greater.
In Greater Miami
The UNITED JEWISH APPEAL
_^ is a Beneficiary of
The Combined Jewish Appeal
_, Hepresented by
The Greater Miami Jewish Federation


lAY, DECEMBER 21. 1951
?Jewish Fk>rid inn
PAGE 7 A
Merchants
linst Racket
citing Method
American Association of
I ,,sh Newspapers this
Hound itself .ompelled to is-
warning to advcrtis-
Beth Jacob Has
Dedication To
Youth Program
A Dodicatk
i-atjon To Youth pjjo-
j gram will bo presented by the
community leaders Religions School children of Con-
l outrageous practice of i gregation Beth Jacob, on Sunday
fal New York newspapers mornin(, a, am
5aS^ta"S Children of the daily Talmud
Torah and of the Sunday pie-
School will participate in this
Chanukah celebration, and par-
ents will be the special guests.
Triple Installation
Highlights Dade
Center Activities
A trimla in.*ii..t< Street. Proceeds of the sale will
Miami Chapter. AJC
The Miami Chapter, American
Jewish Congress, is holding a
rummage sale at 265 NW 5th
BANISH
DRY WOOD
. outside of New York
L, re hilling advertisers
( ru c notice. The new
titutes lor the out-

method of clipping ads prizes and Chanukah gifts will
he distributed by the Sisterhood
of Beth Jacob.
[0Ca] papers and billing ad-
p or them.
[, \ ciation points out that
tl North Dade Jewish Center.
Rahbi Jacob H. Kaplan. 1.
Emeritus ol Temple Israel, in-
stalled officers of three Center or-
ganizations. Murray Apfclbaum
assumed the post of president of
the North Dade Jewish Center.
Others installed with him were
Ben Miller, 1st vice president;
Fred Blank, 2nd vice president:
David R. Goodman, 3rd vice pres-
On Wednesday. December 26th.
11:30 a.m., at the Colony Res-
taurant, the Chapter will enter-
tain new members at Chanukah
Brunch.
The program will include sing-
r advertisers, especially non-i jng, candle lighting and recita-
loiwnrded the bills toitions by the children of the daily
,ca] ,-wspapers with a com-| reiigi(,u.s school. Rabbi Moses
mount to "a olague on Meschelofl, spiritual leader of
your houses," refusing to Beth Jacob, is scheduled to greet
I n any Jewish periodi- tie assembled. Report raids will
of their being dunned I also be distributed by Joseph
sible out-of-town pub- Horowitz, education director.
Shirley Gersten. in charge Of
the Sunday pre School portion
of the program, announces that
a welcoming song will be led by
Sheila Platt. Richard Levy, Har-
old Bell and Barbara Backoff.
The declaration of faith will be
led by Marcia Diesner and Vic-
tor Scher. I Am A Jew. a dramat-
ic presentation, will be acted by
Gail Fisher. Harold Halpern,
Michael Rosenthal and Richard
Sher. To The Synagogue will be
presented by Alvin Gulkis, Rich-
ard Levy, Sharon Glober, Joel
Kornreich and Harold Bell. A
candle lighting drill will be re-
cited by Marcia Dresner, Alvin
Gulkis, Sharon Glober, Victor
Sher, Gail Fisher. Harold Bell,
Sheila Platt. Robert Marvan,
Michael Rosenthal and Barbara
Backoff.
I
I
,. i ocal Better Business
aus nd the National Better
Bureau now are study-
I alpraCtice with a view
g them with abusing
postal regulations.
pul Ushers' association has
incern over the fact
s of national organiza-
, become involved in the
et. The National Community
lion- Advisory Council pre-
dealt with this matter
now refuses to continue
these organizations and
azini Under the circum-
,ces, the publishers assert,
will be compelled to expose
ing groups during the
inn fi w weeks. They have ex-
ged the hope that their re-
n| : the past three years,
. dealt with NCR AC,
.tilled by the national
ns abandoning their
tin. thus avoiding a public
hich now appears un-
dabl- .
Beth Sholom Sisters
Present Awards
An added attraction at the reg-
ident; Herman J. Epstein, t'reas-1 ular open meeting of the Temple
urer; Mrs. Barnett Kaufman, fi- Beth Sholom Sisterhood last
nancial secretary; Mrs. Irving Ja- Wednesday, was the presentation
1 ob on, secretary; and Mrs. David of the sterling silver tea set to the
R. Goodman, corresponding c- winner of the Round-the-Clock
retary. project. Mrs. M. G. Furman, of
Installed to office in the Sister- |214 W' D'L'd(> Drive
hood were Freida Blank, presi- In addition to this presenta-
dent: Ruth Boros. 1st vice presi- tion, Mrs. Emanuel Goldstrich
dent: Claire Apfelbaum, 2nd vice was presented with a trip to Ha-
president; Gladys Rudolf, treas-! vana for having sold the most
urer: Sally Catz, financial secre- time on the Clock. This gift was
tary; Miriam Koenig, secretary; given to the Sisterhood by Mrs.
and Lillian Marrow, correspond- Peggy Kaplan of 4625 N. Bay-
ing secretary | Road. Mrs. Charles Gertler and
New Men's Club officers arc Ir- I**. Irvir.K Blasberg. runners-up
ving Jacobson, president: Ben
Geller. vice president; and Dr.
Abraham Pemsler, secretary and
treasurer.
Members of the Board of Di-
rectors include: Ben Miller, Jo-
seph Rosenfeld, Ralph Davis, Joe
Wenger, Irving Jacobson, Freida
Klein. Lillian Marrow, Louis views America, and Miss Eliza-
Pressman. Max Rudolf. Ruth ] beth simkowitz. who discussed
Boros, Max Greenberg, Dr. Abra- An American Views Israel.
ham Pemsler, Barnett Kaufman. ----------
Louis Meyers and Joseph Elman
TEM
in amount of time sold, were
presented with silver trays. Mrs.
Alexander Kogan was chairman
of this project, and Mrs. Jean
Lehman and Mrs. Ben Seidler
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musical selections. A buffet under
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A committee of the Sisterhood ais0 served.
of the congregation, headed by
Mrs. Alfred Lesser and Mrs. Jack
Hirsch are scheduled to act as
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ill Sholom .11
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r i be held by the Men's
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,i ent features will be
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|<: Dix n and his Radium Pup-
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The Mollie Kahaner Auxiliary
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tion, North Miami Beach, held its
joint installation last Wednesday
at the Center.
Rabbi and Mrs. Moses Mesche-
lofl' were guest speakers a nd
I showed films on their recent trip
to Israel. Rev. Jacob KatZ was
installing officer. A Latka Party
followed.
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better future, of happier and
more prosperous Chanukahs to
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HELEN ALPERT
:t always intrigues me to hear anything authentic about
Miami Beach in the long-agoand that's why Sam Leifman found
m* settled with him when he began talking about his iirsl trip
tc Miami Beach exactly 21 years tack .
n and hit wife raw b en spending their wint<
in St. Paul. Minr... where they belong
...... and wet I ping : i r Hi
red into the brand-new L..Salle Hotel. >t:!l un,:
frorr boxes, and said, "You open for js?"
i the owner-b :urned
Rubin, ru w
built (lati coun
How much getti rooi
I Rubin.
I didn't," confided Leifman. "want to displ i
k?co I put it. 'ft I
i
530,"' said Rubin.
in all hii
...- with them for tl tics
: S25.0O0 It's a i
listed better thai
I didn't think it wise." said 1 [had my own
son Herbert
Mention. 1
The following year the LaSalle resold for 85.000. And the
res* cf the story you know. Really values rocketed 1500 pretty
BOOd interest on any mans money But Leifman is no
rr.aa for regret. He's still got the important thingsa swell wife,
scr ?nd a daughter. 7 grandchildren, and brother Harry. Miami
Seach resident. Harry bought a hunk of properly the moment
he .-.it the Beach, last year. Harry's sons are Harvey Leifman.
arc Rabbi Morlcn Leifman. he young Rabbi is due for service as
an Army chaplain .
get in 1 |

THE SEASON'S BEAT:
Checked in at the Sherry Frontenac were Harry and Sadie
Jacobs, frorr. Haxlford. Conn. He s Ihe C.P.A.. family friends of
t.-.s Harry L. Beckers Ihere Hosts at lhe opening of the
new Dei Prado Hotel were Louis Platl and Sam Lamer ihe
"?rs .
"' Loung. :
. : else not I
.''"'. The newsrcel case which had em
".......Vd5 b**p- leveled down quiellv. All lhose people throwing
the -:oks i.-io each other should now make like clams.
LUXURY LINER:
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hoti laribbeai
" : ii L G
JOTS ON THE SPOT:
I. u
Sii o
Of the sprightlies* skits ty Hadassah romped at' the Sorrento, we
M- WJL S^. r "e pl-ay,d fcy Mrs. Joseph Rose) Strauss. Mrs.
M...:r. V.. Sylvla Smith. Mrs. Louis Makovsky. Henrietta Lloyd
Tf:'- -enore Hcueras twins. Mrs. Jacob Beulahi Davis. Mrs. Hilda
Wl :.er Teasing the ivories was Olga Bibor Stern. It was a Meschel-
- .. .-roduction .
.' theatrical agent, took I imself to the
" ; virus ii- bu it's sur-
SCOOP STUFF off my private desk"concerns the large piece
:;. .^r A'?, ku*.,ne" which WilUrt Digest esked me to write
-"-" t^'oin beJ,ririd ln ,he coming issue. January. Afler they
~--?lor WOrd*' ,h,y w,r*d- ',Snd us yur Photo, possibly for
" Una Turner. They wired back. "Stop
' nd nothini ,
e. for 1 never r. actualnol
' r 5.000
". N : i their reply. "D
: together, and I i
Writer's Digest i, a I
"tei -/ith a mighty big circu-
! mine, on fiction-wril
' : ucle
. '' :
.-. ther v. .rd of ficti i
Q'u.CKIES:
ther Harrj I Derate the c-
Lalesl was ihe McAllister you JUST WAIT you hear all
inl -Whal
Brgeroft .;
.
HAPPY CHANUKAH. it's almost time!
Nancv Edith Glass
Weds Stuart Pines
Nam v Edith Glass, daughter of
Ml lin Nathan Glass, of
3745 Pinetree D r i ve, Miami
Bij( h. and New York City, was
married last Sunday to Stua:- S
Pir.. : Mr. and Ml
: S. Pines, of Peeks-kill. N<
i performed
t e Delmonico H >teL N
York Rabbi Simon Noi
' rig Rr.bb. N
: K' rei d D

i bride wore a gown of
Br- over :\ :; -atin.
length veil ..
a juln-t cap
S!
Bibli .'. it whit rchids nd
nths
M | s I
law of the I iron
r.
.- of the
M nes. brother
groom, was best man.
The new] :rs. Pines was
uated from the Birch Wath-
en S. h i '.. New York, and attend-
University. H
luate of
Cai Una. is at-
tendn the State University of
New York Sy-
racui member of
n Fraternity. He
lieutenant in the
Am jr. in i Eui :. an t atn I
i w irld Wax II
fficer.
'-'' trip to I uu-
i
tl,
Miss Natalie^
I o Marry M;|V J
The e n e a < l"
.daughter. N. j
Arthur R,, ";'nxb
RoeenzVeig n 8*r-,
and the lati ':.: '. '" V
uKosW
Robert W F ,a^l
nt- s.:.. 81
.Thl" w* ''
May 4th. M gjN
graduate of i
High school .:._ *
of Mian., Sh.
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Phi Sigma S .
Hillel.
Mr Rl lu..
Erumui H "Ml
and attend. |
and the Vr..-.
Friedlandcr I'
W., Veteran
ciated witl
Company. N Je*
Mrs. .Stuart Pines
Social Events Precede Sunday Nuptials
"' number : parties jivei n th fconon this week, preceded
: -: Zalka and David Bernard
n Sun y in the Ron-.-v Plaz.. H
B .
Home, 2201
> ^'', '
: functioi

n ring : couple' The Mea-
Ha : Oliphant. Et el
M
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Par..: | the : .. leg] n
' Mi n i Mrs Mey r A
' : New York, and How-
ard Harris and Leonard I
f-tOM
1 '" pre at the o
' Mi Hipsman.
V -rk, sister of the end.-
-elect. Mr and Mrs Harrj
New Vork, Mrs Reberl
New Y >rk, and Mrs. Rt--
Lifshitz, Kaw York, Mi
Hipsman's grand n -
Mr. and Mr.-, j >sep] s Ra -
in. untie and aunt of the bride-
' -: ts at a pre-nupUal
dmner last night in the sans
Souu Hotel a theater parti
buffet given by Mi
V. Ifson II. 125 SE 12th
Street, will be given todav m the
nonor as the final pre-
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jjdAY. DECBMiER 21, 1951
Personally Speaking
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gardner, of 3641 SW 19th Street an
unce the birth of their daughter. Sharon Lee, who arrived nt
, Victoria Hospital last December 15th. Maternal and patem-
grandparents are Mrs. Lillian Richheimer anH Mr. en..
+Jelstincri(tfan,
Jack And Jill Goldstrich Become
Bar, Bas Mitzvah At Beth Sholom
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rdner.
leimer and Mrs. Sally
* +
Mr. and Mrs. Erwin B. Marshall announce the birth of their
lughler, Sandra Lee, last December 9th. The family resides
151 SW 53rd Court, Miami. y resides
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Honig. of 2530 SW 16th Street. Miami
Iji; entertain their daughter and son-in-law, Dr. and Mrs War'
In Sussen. Davenport, Iowa, during their holiday stay Dr and
Susser. are celebrating their first wedding anniversary.
T
Students coming home for the holidays include Miss Paul-
e M. Oppenheim, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Oppen-
.;rr. 1610 Pennsylvania Avenue, and Miss Lucille Wassel
ughter of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Wassell, of the Floridian Hotel'
,th attend the University of Alabama and are pledcjes of Sia-
a Delta Tau. y y
* *
Irving Solomon, of 3143 NW Flagler Terrace, has recently
turned to the city after an extended trip through Israel
* *
Conrad Leon Kussner, son of Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Kussner of
9 Seville Avenue, Coral Gables, will be home for the holidays
ring his recess at the University of Florida
* +t *
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan B. Epstein, of 1340 Michiqan Avenue,
ami Beach, will entertain their daughter and son-in-law,
crr.c: and Henry Wellman, and their children, Zachary and
izabpth, from New York and Camp Oquago, during the holi-
ys.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Rose and daughter. Ellen Gale, of Detroit,
rr:ved on Tuesday for a brief holiday visit with Mrs. Rose's
3re:i:s. Mr. and Mrs. Max Feit, 835 Collins Avenue, Miami
jcn. The family reunion will also include the return of Miss
irothy Feit from the University of Georgia, Miss Harriet Feit
New York, and Pvt. Jack Feit on furlough from Fort Bragg,
lor'.h Carolina.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Fruchtman, of Toledo, Ohio, have
^ived in the city for a month's stay with Mr. Fruchtman's
. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fruchtman.
* + *
Spending the winter at Rosner's Hotel Good, Miami Beach,
b Mrs. Phillip Gould and daughter, Marion, of Schnectedy,
|cv.- York.
* + *
Mrs. Adolph Wertheimer. of 530 SW 7th Court. Miami, has
ned home after visiting friends and relatives in New York
(r.d Great Neck, Long Island.
* *
Dr. and Mrs. Alvin Gardner, of 115 S. 8th Street, South
liami, entertained at a party last Sunday in honor of their
Jughter. Ava Lee's second birthday.
* *
Open House will be held on January 1st, by Mr. and Mrs.
en Boskin who have moved to their new residence, 4399 SW
r.c Street.
* *
Mrs. Larry Rochlin and daughter. Rolinda Janice, of States-
Rl North Carolina, arrived Tuesday to spend the holidays
Htfl her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Silverstein, of 1231
|W 12th Court, Miami. Mrs. Rochlin is the former Irma Silver-
Jein. of Miami Beach.
* *
Miss Connie Jackson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jack-
1438 Jefferson Avenue, Miami Beach, is returning from the
versity of Michigan to spend the holidays with her family.
5.3s Jackson is a music major at Ann Arbor and is a recent
duate of Miami Beach Senior High School.
+ *
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schwartzman, of 350 SW 28th Road,
ounce the birth of their son, Barnett David, who arrived last
'y. December 17th. at Mount Sinai Hospital. Mrs.
"'.artzmari js the former Bernice Shpritz.
* *
Eea Kaminsky, of Wilmington, Delaware, arrived with her
children, Joseph and Miriam, to spend the holidays with her
is. Mr. and Mrs. Simon Miller, of Di Lido Island.
Duvid Jack Goldstrich
Twin children of Mr. and Mrs.
Emanuel Goldstrich, David Jack
| and Deborah Jill, will be Bar
I Mitzvah and Bas Mitzvah at Tem-
I pie Beth Sholom. on Saturday
morning, December 29th.
The Bas Mitzvah of Jill is the
first such, ceremony in the t n-
lyear history of Temple Beth
i Sholom.
Jack and Jill are both stud-
ents at the Nautilus Junior High
school, where they are active in
many organizations. Both are in
the school bard and participate
in school politics. Jack is the
president of the Student Council
government, and Jill is the re-
cording secretary.
The oldest son of the Gold-
- Ai dmoi a
Deborah Jill Goldstrich
strichs, B.Z., will be present for
the event. B.Z. is now in at-
tendance at the University of
Chicago. The Max Korshaks, of
Chicago, parents of Mrs. Gold-
strich, will also be present for
the occasion, as will Mr. and
Mrs. Donald Korshak, aunt and
uncle of the children.
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FRIDAY. DECEMBER 91
Cliaiiiikah Shop
MMta At C*nt4r
Tr, e Chanukah Prepare.
\V rkshop. sponsored by the Par-
rrt Teachers Asa iati
Miami Beach Jewish Cent*
: i in 0 Social Ha::
of the CenU
Irvine Lehrman.
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Rabbi Kaplan Tribute Honors Birthdays
Friday Evening Forum b Z
season of 1951-52 ukl* *
Sidney H Palmer, president of tonight at 8 30
Beth El Late Service
Beih David Board ----
I i f Mian
pay trioute to D: Jacob H Kap-
lan. Rabb: I during
evening service, tonight
a'. 8:15 p
Rabb: Kaplan will be h'
77th birth-
25-year
the 50 yean

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Sidney H Palmer, president oi tonign: at 8 30 pn The
Congregaf'- Beth El. Miami, an- session will be d
noun opening o^the late Junior Congr
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Situated at Andes. New York
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Share Lodf<
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Miami H- n present council-
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tee m charge included
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J Kaplan Abe Jaj
- Samuel Weir.-
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If you want your children to have
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/jews Danger To Israeli
Existence Through Compromise
i;gl i Isaac Ever will lead
Miavas Israel Synagogue, 7135
Byron Avenue. Miami Beach, in
[ i veiling services begin-
unt at 5 P|n- A Kabbalat Sab-
bath service will follow at 5:15
Compromising Judaism Endar.-
t,. Israel's Existence, will be
pi:, topic Of Rabbi Ever's sermon
luring i h e Saturday morning
1: 9 a.m. A Bible class is
Cheduled tor 4 p.m., with Min-
l..,; and Shalos Seudos under the
Iponsorship of Harry Cammer,
Knowing at 5.
Rabbi Rackovsky Airs
Dreams And Memory
Friday evening services at the
SUda"!:,?;1 Beach- *>
Services tor Saturday morning
are cheduled to begin at B:3u
win n. 5' J"s,|,: Rackovsky
'il speak on the subiec
?peaTSonAtrPmitheRabK
JpeaR on ( onvement Memory
Minchawill follow ,. 4:30 S,
with Shalos seudos and Maariv
concluding t ,
Daily services are at 7:30 a.m..
incl at a:Id D.m.
felh David Holds Late
Religious Service At 8:15
i Max Shapiro will lead
[i i:i David Congregation,
li.j SW 3rd Avenue, Miami, in
|, Friday evening services, at
1:15 p.m.
I Thi Ra In will discuss: Seas-
InOiC "'d WillWhat Has Hap-
t l'<> Brotherhood. The Oneg
i following will be spon-
|or Saturday morning services will
K I a m.
pelh El Congregation
1 Friday evening services at the
Bii Kl Congregation, 500 SW
|7th Avenue, will begin at 8:30
George Lefcoe. Junior Rabbi,
till discuss True And False Sim-
b
Sal irday morning services are
rhedule.i for 8:30 a.m., with Min-
Mowing at 5 p.m. Shalos
|fiid"s will end the Sabbath.
Cantor Jacob E. ambor will
|h;mt the musical portion of the
VviCl -
Aleph Badik Aleph Assists
In Service At Gables Center
CorLtr wfn'? S','VI"'- aI tht'
coral G.ibles Jewish Center. 320
Palermo Avenue, will be con-
ducted by Rabbi Morris A Skop
beginning at 8:15 p.m.
Cantor Irving Robinson and
members of the gigma Rh.. Chap-
u ,,A,,c.Ph Zadik Aleph. are
scheduled to assist the Rabbi in
the special pre-Chanukah Sab-
f"h service. The sermon topic is
scheduled as: Jewish Bovhood:
Then And Now. An Oneg Shab-
:bat will follow.
Saturday morning services arc
at 9:45 a.m.. with Torah study in
! the Book of Genesis of the Week-
! Iv Sedrah and Kiddush follow-
ing. Hostesses will be Mrs Na-
than Magida and Mrs. Gilbert
I Press of the Sisterhood.
Hialeah-Miami Springs Center
.peHialeah-MiamiSpirngsJew-
js Community Cente>, 951 East
4th Avenue, wfu hold Friday e^-
nmg services at 8:15 p.m An
Oneg Shabbat is chedu&I to to"
Rabbi Sachs Preaches"
Sermon At Israelite Center
Rabbi Abraham Sachs will lead
Saturday morning services are
for 9 a.m.. with R
&achs speaking on: Joseph The
Slave With His Great SpirV
Dj Shall* Seudos.
Rabbi Mescheloff Opens
fifteenth Series Of Services
Rah Muses Mescheloff will
fifteenth series of late
ening services. 8:30
t the orthodox Congrega-
i n IS. Jacob. 301-311 Wash-
I lie. Miami Beach.
I Ti < Rabbi will discuss: Dedi-
Growth.
I At S.ituidav morning ser-
[ a.m. the Rabbi will
1 Establishment In A

' '11 be at 5 p.m.. with
I Seudos tollowing.
Rabbi Zelkowitz Conducts
Saturday Service At 8:30
Friday evening services at the
Downtown Synagogue. 135 NW
3rd Avenue, Miami, arc scheduled
to begin at 5:15 p.m.
Rabbi Marvin Zelkowitz will
conduct the Saturday service at
8:30 a.m. Mincha is scheduled for
:5:15 p.m.. followed by Shalos
| Seudos and Maarjv. Daily ser-
vices are at 8 a.m.. and at 5:15
p.m.
aglei Granada Jewish Center
Flagler-Granada Jewish
(enter. 50 NW 51st
Is daily services at 7
ath services are sched-
t 9 a.m.
Hebrew Academy Has Oneg
Shabbat For Children
Rabbi Alexander Gross will
lead the Friday evening service
of the Hebrew Academy, 918 6th
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 be held for
n. including story telling,
singing, dancing a n .1 refresh-
ments.
Mincha is scheduled for S p.m..
with Shalos Seudos following.
Daily services are at 7:30 a.m.
and at 5:15 D.m.
Flays Jewish Participation
In Christmas Festival
wiiT FrKi'lv 5venln" services
will be conducted at the Kneseth
Israel Congregation. 1415 Euclid
Avenue. Miami Beach. The early
8oVluuS ,s cheduled for 5 p.m
| Rabbi Abraham Cassel will
, conduct the late service starting
in h Pok T?P1C of his on
rul, E: ?h"Uld Jews Celebrate
Christmas'
Saturday morning services will
begin at 8.30 a.m. The Rabbi and
Cantor Abraham Seif will offi-
ciate. Aiternoon services are
I Kld^edc for 4:45 Pni- with a
Sabbath Social Hour following.
Silverman. Strassburg Assist
I Rabbi Lehrman At Beach
1 u 5 TJ10 Ev? Of Chanukah. w,il
j t>e Kabbi Irving Lehrman's topic
during the Friday evening ser-
vices held at the Miami Beach
Jewish Center. 1701 Washington
Avenue, at 8:30 p.m.
Cantor David Silverman will
chant the service, assisted by the
Center Choir under the direction
of Robert Strassburg. Saturday
morning srvices are scheduled for
9 a.m.. with the Rabbi preaching
'on the Weekly Portion.
A class in Bible is scheduled for
3:45 p.m.. with Shalos Seudos
following. Daily services are at )S
a.m.. and at 5:15 p.m.
Tifereth Israel Center
du^VirHH0,"Ce Goldberfi will con-
the Tif .uyTCVen,nfi slices at
e, S If".01 f'orhs.de Cen-
8 15pm iam' Awnue. at
servieo"fiQthe Sat"rd*y morning
service, 9 a.m.. Rev, Goldberg
jjj speak on the Weekly Por-
kaIhl;.,^m",'U'illholditsChanu-
rung, 5:30 p.m. Featured will be
the lighting of the Menorah a
playlet an^Chanukah songs.
Rabbi Abramowitz Discusses
Children And Chanukah
The North Shore Jewish Cen-
s.n,1\,"ns Av"n"' ;it 75th
wte Friday evening services at
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will
discuss Our Children's Chanu
Saturday morning servii ,
scheduled for 8:45 a.m wit
tor Leo Urlich chanting all n
cal portions. The Rabbi will dis-
cuss the Weekly Portion.
andT vi?ices a'' at 8:30 am-
ana at o.lo p.m.
North Dade Jewish Center
. Th?I5orth Dade Jewish Cen-
ter 13630 West Dixie Highway
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:15 p.m.
Alexander Cohen will chant
the Service. Murray Apfelbaum
will discuss: The Best Year., Of
Lite.
Mrs. Irving Miller will be
less for the Oneg Shabby
lowing.
Hollywood Jewish Center
Rabbi Jacob J. Honig will ,n.
ouct Friday evening servii
I i Hollywood Jewish Con
itLCenter' 2030 Polk Strei
8:30 p.m.
Saturday morning service
scheduled for 9:30 a.m.
Views Of Strength And
Spirit At Beth Sholom
Friday evening services at
Temple Beth Sholom. Chase Av-
enue at 41st Street. Miami Beach,
will begin at 8:15 p.m.
Rabbi Leon Kronish will speak
%VhS imbKct! Slre"Ktl' Versus
Spmt. An Oneg Shabbat in the
Banquet Hall is scheduled to fol-
m Ra,yT')nd Cnasan. vice chair-
man of the Israel Bond Drive
S5sey Clly- New Jersey. wiii
address the assemblage.
Cantor Samuel Kelemer will
render the musical portions at all
services.
Rabbi Waxman Preaches On
Significance Of Chanukah
Chanukah: Its Significance,
will be the topic of Rabbi Alfred
waxman s sermon during the Fri-
day evening services. 8:15 p
the West Miami Jewish C
10720 SW 17th Street. Miami.
An early Friday service is
scheduled by the Synagogu :
,o:15 p.m.
Hosts for the Oneg Sir. boat
will be Mr. and Mrs. M. Drosd
and Mr. and Mrs. L. Goldin.
Saturday morning services are
scheduled for 8:30 a.m., with the
: Rabbi discussing the Weeklv Por-
tion.
, Miami Hebrew School
' The Miami Hebrew School and
Congregation, 1101 sw 12th Av-
enue, will hold Friday evenii g
si i vices at 5:15 p.m.
Saturday morning services are
scheduled for 8:30 a.m.. with Rab-
bi Simon April officiating and
discussing: The Effect Of Light
And Darkness On Israi 1.
A class in Talmud will follow
'at 4:30 p.m.
LEGAL NOTICE
Dr. Kaplan Honored At
Temple Israel Services
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Rabbi
Emeritus, Temple Israel of Mi-
ami, 137 NE 19th Street, will be
honored during Fridav evening
services, beginning at 8:15 p.m.,
on the occasions of his 77th birth-
day, his 25 years with the Tem-
ple and his 50 years in the rab-
binate.
Herbert U. Feibelman and Sic
Merdelson, past presidents of
Temple Israel, and Max Meisel
and Dr. Joseph R. Narot, current
president and spiritual leader, re-
spectively, will speak during the
service. A reception under the
leadership of Mrs, Herbert L' Fei-
belman and Mrs. Frank A. Perl-
man will follow.
Saturday morning services are
scheduled tor 11 a.m.. with Rab-
in Narot continuing his discussion
on the history, literature and re-
ligious implications of the Bible
Young Israel Synagogue
The Young Israel Synagogue of
Miami Beach. 4001 Chase Avenue,
will conduct Friday evening ser-
vices at 5:15 p.m. An Oneg Shab-
bat will follow.
Saturday morning services are
scheduled for 9 a.m. Dailv ser-
vices are at 8:30 a.m.. and-at 5:15
p.m.
Dedicate Services To
Zamora Sisterhood
Friday evening services at the
Zamora Jewish Center. 44 Za-
mora Avenue. Coral Gables, will
be conducted bv Rev. Rud
i Brill at 8:15 p.m.
The service will be dedicated
to the Sisterhood of the Center,
who will participate in the ren-
dition.
Mis. Louis Banish is sell, .. J
to -peak on: Chanukah And Our
Neighbors. An Oneg Sha
ored by Mr. and Mrs
Maloff, in honor of their I ,
Stephen, will follow.
Saturdav morning servic re
scheduled foi u a.m. Mind i II
be at 5 p.m.. with Shalos S
lollow-ing.
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County Chapter of tr American Red Cross by Ms. Hitter Lavinson. chairman. Shown here listen.
ing to Ms. George E. Batcheller. chairman of Volunteer Services, outline the need for voluntMn
are Mrs. Helen Casey. 3245 River Drive. Coral G-ibles; Mrs. Alexander Wyliy, 244 Romano Avenue
Coal Gables; Mrs. George Okell. 1245 Andalusia Avenue. Coral Gables; Mrs. Georgs H. Dyer. 2800
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Mrs. Frank Robinson. 929 Alton Road. Miami Beach; Mrs. Phillip Henry. 7921 West Dr:v3, Hartor
Island. Miami Beach: Mrs. Frank Obermeyer, 2140 NW South River Drive. Miami; Mrs. Newtoa I
Levinson. 2447 Tigertail Avenue. Coconut Grove: Mrs. John Haas. 567 NE 60th Street. Miami; Mis,
Charles Piicc. 190 NE 156th Street. North Miami; Mrs. William Hirach. 1735 SW 17th Street. Mia-ii-
Mrs. Fay Ansbaugh. 4021 NW 3rd Avenue. Miami; Mrs. Harry Skolnick. 410 NW 111th Street. Mi-
ami; Mrs. William C. Rutledge. 2120 NE 2nd Avttue, Miami; Mrs. Amos G. Searing. 1263 N. Bay.
shore Drive. Miami: Mrs. George Allen. 730 NE 76th Street. Miami; Mrs. Dor.ald Ber.e:iold, 662]
SW 44th Street. Miami: Mrs. Arthur Wexler. 1011 NW 65th St:eet. Miami: Mrs. E. O. Carichr.er,
1430 NW 114th Street. Miami: Mrs. Joseph Sterling. 2050 NW South River Drive. Miarr: and Mn! |
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m. iniKt^tt^'ssi & -Jerish Women' "nt
Americans describing th. Garm cartel's S^1.!!^ fr- New
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in llAn^ a,"d lhe Na,iona> Council of Jewish Women.
Ln,e 5 "T" approval tohe Farben move, add credence to the
idea that only a mor.etary debt is involved here.
The I. G. Farben diplomacy must be taken all the more ser-
iously by residents of American communities in winch wavesf of
"t'-semitism have appeared, The recenl Miam boSgYnddents
nv,k<- me ! demn,f1Ca ,on. Th, i ulpi ts oi ce apprehended, it would perhaDs n .
be difficult to ay the Miami Hebrew School and CongregatlSn for
as blown out window and damaged walls. But authorities would
* hard put in their efforts t ,v,n,r.t for the irreparable
damage done the ideal pi free worship. Once planted, the seed of
bigotry will flower weeds more rapidly than they ran be outrooted
ine challenge to the ideal must now. unfortunately, be considered
i.table; we have necessarily been placed into the position of
defending what ought need no defense,
Rabbi Max Shapiro appeared at a panel round table moderated
by Ralph Renick lest week and discussed with Bill Baqgs, Daily
News columnist, police chief Waller Heaclley and Negro Carver
Village Jucge L. E. Thomas attacks made on synagogues and housing
settlements. The Rcbbi is well aware of the bombing implications.
Yet. it seemed to me that he was frightfully uncomfortable. Indeed.
he played the role of accused rather than accuser. Given the op-
portunity of expressing to the entire commur.ily fine discussion
was televised) lhe horrendous nature of the lerro-.islic altacks.
Rabbi Shapiro could do little more than insult Bill Baggs while
inviting Christian support by playing toady.
But his insistence that the Miami press was guilty of sensa-
tionalism and misquotation only superseded his inability to find
i and maintain a degree of rapport with the situation. Appearing on
equal terms of grievance with Judge Thomas, the Rabbi felt as if
i someone were spying on the more intimate aspects of his existence.
I He could not raise his gaze to the audience. He could find no
suitable seat in his chair. In his effort to attain a singularity of
I presence, he resorted to eulogy and wasted a valuable opportunity.
1 I felt he could have emulated some of the Negro judge's humility
and hope for solution to the bombing situation. To be sure, he was
in a glass house, but it ought have been his specific purpose to
demonstrate that while at the moment he was one of its two occu-
pants, others might shortly find themselves with him, that the
glass house was a democratic ideal besmirched.

Sunday evening's Hebrew Academy dinner at Copa City dem-
onstrated with great effectiveness lhe lighter side of current dismal
challenges to lhe ideals of unhampered inquiry. I fell into a mass
of some 500 Academy suppoiters who might have done the heart
of old Epicurus great good. The dimly-lit. exotic atmosphere in which
much champagne was consumed, outraged my own taste some-
what. I still suffer from the belief that educators ought be modest
in their sensuous needs. Bui the faith in their aspirations, did
away with negative aspects of the setting Academy supporters
chose for celebrating their fourth anniversary.
The students' Musical Cavalcade Of Life showed an understand-
ing of cultural and traditional importance which belied their years.
One of the Tableaux, entitled Scholarship, caught the spirit of the
Jew admirably, his reverence for Torah and his love of knowledge
even as a thing unto itself. The last Tableau featured guns and
reminded me of Ambassador Abba Eban's recent militant speech
at the Saxony. Someone must tell tne youthful Academy scholars
that the Hagana was a means which ought not be glorified. Glorifi-
cation of means is representative of complacency and the first step
toward destruction.
No one can deny the importance of the Hagana in Israel's War
of Liberation. The Zionist movement achieved little with passive
prayer for a homeland, and it was not until it donned a military
posture that its ideal was achieved. But the student Cavalcade aimed
at expressing the spirit of man's reaching toward understanding. It
sang of Ma-yeem and Geshem, (water and rain), the essential fer-
tile aspects of his continuation. The guns seemed to me extraneous,
indeed, a denial of what the students sought to express.
As a function at large, the Academy dinner was gratifying.
Despite my passive nature, I left Copa City warmed by the
Academy's ideal and its physical manifestation. ____________
PAGE 13 A
Hialeah-Miami Springs
The Hialeah-Miami Springs
Jewish Community Center will
hold a Chanukah Games Party
on Sunday evening, 7 p.m.
The second annual New Year's
Eve Party is being planned under
the direction of the Ladies Auxil-
1 iary.
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-Jmisli tier Mian
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21
Tamara Mizrachi Women
Hear Mrs. Morris Skop
Tamara Chapter. Mizrachi
a -.en, will meat on Wednesday,
December 26th, at 8:30 p.m in
th< McAllister Hotel.
Moi ris Skop will r< \ it
David Miller's book, The Chaii
And The I ink.
West Miami Center
T v- West Miami Jewish Center
; ianning a New Year's Eve
ty, Monday, December 31st,
the Center, 5720 s\v 17th
Street. Music by .< professional
orchestra, favors, food and enter-
tainment are on the program.
Mrs. Joel Hoch is in charge of
rt -t rvations.
The Hebrew Academy of Mi-
ami Beach will pay special trib-
ute to Chanukah tomorrow
evening. December 22nd, when
it observes the annual eight-
day holiday with a musical pre-
sentation over radio Station
WKAT. at 7:15 p.m.
The fifteen-minute skit writ-
ten by Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross, under the direction of
Robert Strasskerg, Director of
Music, and arranged bv Edna
Sachs. Director of Dramatics,
will feature the singing of Jay
Makovsky and Irving Kelemar.
Participating in the dramatic
portion of the program will be
Valerie Mamches. Herman Sha-
piro and Edward Ginsberg.
Beach Vaad Hakashruth
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. execu-
tive director. Beth Jacob-Miami
Beach Vaad Hakashruth. has an-
nounced that the Washington Av-
enue Food Center Meat Market
is ro longer under Vaad supervi-
sion.
Jamboree Raises
$500 For Relief
A Jamboree, held by the Great-
er Miami Chapter, Jewish Con-
sumptives' Re-
lief Society, in
the Sorrento Ho-
tel last Decem-
ber 9th. netted
the group's fund
some $500. Mr-
Max Storch,
chairman. a n -
nounced.
Proceeds go to-
ward the upkeep
of the Society
Sanitorium i n
IV nver, Color-
ado and Tuber-
mi..r patients in
Jackson Memorial and Kendall
hospitals. Gifts contributed by
: Miami merchants were
distributed at the Sorrento af-
fair, Mrs Storch said, as a means
of reusing the total of funci-
lected
to rignt are: l^onara wuw ym^mm..... -...-.. >.ru....... nuiuuu ddiu commissioner mi
installing officer; and Marcia Jervis. vice president. Installation was held this week at the Mia*?
Branch of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center.
Mrs. Stored
FOLLOW THE CROWD
COTTAGES
THE COCKALORUM
RESTAURANT & BAR
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8:30 A.M. to 4:00 A.M.
Phone 81-67190
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Fire and Casualty Insurance
Florida Bond and Mortgage Co.
Mortgage Loans & Investments
llouscr Realty Cc I tie.
Real Estate Property Management
First National Bank. Miami Phone 3-2648
Honored guests at the party
celebrating their 49th wedding
anniversary were Mr. and Mrs.
Isaac Skluth of Spring Valley.
N.Y. Hosts at the party which
was held in the An-Nell hotel
were Miami Beach residents
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lichlenstein.
Guests included Canadian visi-
tors Mr. and Mrs. L. Kirsch-
berg. Mr. and Mrs. I. Lifshitz,
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Lerner of
Boston, and Mrs. Ann Sokolsky.
Miami Beach. The Sklulhs
have 3 children and 4 grand-
er..dren. They have been an-
nual winter visitors here for
15 years.
Bond
Transfer Co., Inc
Trucking
1944 N. W. 7th Avenue
PHONE 2-3144
JOIIX A. MOORE
AND
BISCAYNE ENGINEERING CO.
Blue Prints Photostats Drawing Materials
Pick-up and Delivery Service (Opposite the Courthouse)
47 N.W. FIRST STREET
Phone 3-3666
It is a pleasure to extend to all
our Jewish Friends and Patrons
Sincere Wishes for the
HOLIDAYS
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222 N. W. 26th Street Phone 2-3705
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AND
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21. 1951
North Dade Initiates
Wednesday Forums i
I speaker in the first of
oi Forum Panels sched
the North Dade Jewisl
was Rabbi Louis Ci
Rosenfeld, chairman ol
gi ius Committee, re i I
I
Cassel appeared at the
I Wednesday.
turday evening, De
ith, children of the Hi
j Schools will |
I Play and Latka Party
e direction of Irving Ja< -
: incipal.
Sii terhood of the Center,
Rummage Sale for one
HTM NW 7th Avenue,
Freida Blank and Mar-
., umann as co-chaii ri en,
i r a New Year's Eve
n December 3lst. Mrs.
Api'elbaum and Mrs. Ruth
co-chairmen.
Rev. Nathan Wroohel
Passes Away At 63
\nthaii Wroobel
Rev \,,than Wroobel, known
througl ui tl e South for his ren-
ditions i >f liturgical music and
ling at High Holy Day ser-
via -. passed away last Saturday
night in his home, 202 Ocean
Dme, Miami Beach.
Rev, Wroobel was 63 years old.
A resident of Miami for the past
2*! y( ai s, he came here from New
York City. The Reverend leaves
his wife, Gertrude, and two
daughti is. Esther and Helen. He
survived by three grand-
children, Michael, Freddie and
Will am Spiegel.
Si '.ices were on Sunday at the
Riverside, West Flagler
Ith Avenue, with Rabbi Jos-
Rackovsky officiating. In-
' was In Mount Sinai Cem-
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff
'j ng.
Shaloma Hadassah
Nat Waldman. membcr-
lairman, announces that
li Mia group of Hadassah
! s Chanukah tea and
rty, Wednesday, Decem
th, 1 p.m.. at the Hibiscus
10th Street and Alton
The Tea is being held to
e new members
INSURANCE FOR ALL
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Phone 3-5761
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TO ALL .
GREETINGS
Mrs.
V. C. PLUMMER
Marion Anderson
to Sing Schubert
Outstanding on the program nf
Manon Anders( ,,.,'. Jjmd
artist, who will appear in Mi-
anuonJanua V,:, .
">' n by Franz '
lka- A I 1 Tod
und
tnce, 0 Mi
anaf.
Donizetti, will
the contrail
The Plough 8oy an(j (11
Sd v/r B
. ,- ya"nouth Fair, arrang
5 fWariock, will be among
.: ed compositions.
Expressions of faith and hu-
mility ol a people will be dem-
'"' '"ted through Miss Ander-
sons reditions of song of the
south. Amnc the Negro Soirit-
uabwiU.be included Wide RivTr,
Thn WK |F"& J<:SUS an<1 He'8 Gt
The Whole World In His Hand,
arranged by Hamilton Forrest.
Roosevelt Women
To Celebrate Chanukah
The Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter
Bnai Brith Women, will hold
a Chanukah Party at the home
"f Mrs. David Dubov, 3635 SW
1st Avenue, Miami, tomorrow af-
ternoon. 2 p.m.
Mis. Burton Yagoda and Mrs.
our Rosi nth,-.] arc in charge
of the party.
T e group will hold a social
meeting on Wednei lay i vening
l)> cember 26th. at the El C
no,,, Hotel, at which time Chan-
ukah will be :.....Uy eel, orated
with a Latke Party a' d a dra-
presentation under the di-
n i!iuli Ol Mrs. Stanley Saval.
*JeUi,nrMrtr
PAGE 15 A
lets were picked from Miami Beach and S rLl b",h,' an Olympic diving champ, the star-
_Jucy Phillips. Harriet Cohen ^BarblraMcNe^ ,Umr m'SSeS *"" LeVi"- SU2an"e Kr-L
Vrvsvnt ScraU
To Heih Tiilah
One of the outstanding Chan-
ukah Gifts to be received by Con-
gregation Beth Tfilah will be a
Scroll of Law given by the Sister-
hood of the Congregation, ac-
cording to Rabbi Joseph Rackov-
sky.
The Sisterhood obtained the
Scroll unfinished for the purpose
of affording the community the
opportunity to take part in writ-
ing and completing a Torah.
The Siyum HaSefer and pres-
entation of the Scroll will take
place at the Synagogue on Sun-
day. December 30th, 2 p.m. The
program will start with a march
from the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Heltman. 900 Michigan Av-
enue. Miami Beach. Mrs. Rachel
Katz. president of the Sisterhood,
urged a large attendance.
Beth Jacob Engages
Cantor Yankele Fox
Rabbi Mosea Mescheloff an-
nounces the engagement of Can-
tor Yankele Fox as Cantor and
Musical Director of Congregation
Beth Jacob.
Cantor Fox, born in Russia ar.d
educate.! in Hungary, is a stu-
denl 01 the world-renowned Can-
tor. Zave] Kwartin, and a grad-
I tl e Vienna Conservatory
the Chief Can-
tor in Pragui. Czech Slovakia,
is arrival to Amei
::iiT Sin i I lai
pean d .:. i ues in Chi
and New V irk and served as Can-
A1 ti City, New J. .
t:ll :.:- ... ::v..; :,.-.
LORA PACK
SPORTSWEAR FOR WOMEN
639 Lincoln Road
PHONE 5-1916
Beth David Marks
Festival With Three
Chanukah Affairs
Students of the Beth David
Sunday School will observe
Chanukah this Sunday morning.
December 23rd.
Highlight of the observance
will be the candle-lighting ci n
mony featuring the school's Dra-
matic Group under the direction
of Miss Harriet Damenstein and
entitled, The End Of The Story.
A Chanukah Cantata will follow,
with Mrs. Jack Donnerstag lead-
ing the Choral Group.
On Monday morning, 10 a.m.,
students of the daily Hebrew
School will celebrate Chanukah
with a program under the direc-
tion of Jerome Gordon. Candle-
lighting, exchange ol gifts, songs
and games will be featured.
Wednesday evening, December
26th. will witless Bah David's
Family Night, rhe affair will
mark the observance oi the Chan-
ukah Festival and includes the
PTA. tin Sisterhood, the Men's
Club and the Young married
couples Club. Mrs. Fhil Abrams
is program chairman, Mrs. Ernt >t
Sussman, chairman of decora-
tions, ar.d Mrs. Harry Laufer, re-
freshment chairman.
Etta Vogel Plays
At The Nautilus
Etta Vogel. New York pianist
enroute for concert appearances
in Mexico City, will play an in-
vitational recital on Sunday after-
noon. December 23rd, at the
Driltwood Room of the Hotel
! Nautilus.
Miss Vogel, whose keyboard
j artistry has engendered wide cri-
tical discussion, will inaugurate
the orogram of diversified cul-
I tural and theatrical functions to
be presented under the auspices
of Charles Cinnamon and Mich-
ael Laurence, directors of the
newly organized Whitehall Pro-
ductions, Inc.
Featured works on Miss Vogel's
program will be selections of
Schumann. Scarlatti, Bach. Ravel.
Chopin, and Debussy
GREETINGS
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APPLIANCE REPAIRING
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Phone 84-4541
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Jewish Book Month
Concludes With Rally
Jewish Book Month will con-
clude at ;i He' lew Book Rally to
Id Monday. Deo
24th. 8:30 p.m.. at' thi M
Beach J< wish Center School Aud-
itorium.
I program will highlight a
new Hebrew classic
Im Ha-Kad El HaMabua, bv Me-
W. The review will
by the local Hebraist
..:. Moses A. Emanuel.
The program will also include a
by Rabbi Alexander
Gross i t the Hebrew Academy
a will discuss trends in He-
literature in America and
Israel.
The rally will be conducted in
Hebrew and will include greet-
ings by Louis Schwartzman,
din (Mr Of the Bureau
of Jewish Education, and Joshua
Stadlan. viei denl of the He-
brew Teachers Association.
MORE POPULAR EVERY DAY
SOUTHERN
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< OI I MIBIA IIAK1XG COMPAXY
TO ALL GREETINGS
^ MIA Ml
Film On Kistln*
Televised
The Challenge, new sound film !
on human rights, was televised ;
by Station W TVJ, Miami, last
Saturday, it has been announced
bv Gilbert J. Balkin. director ot
the Florida Anti-Defamation
League Office.
TV screening of the film co-
incided with national Bill Of
Rights Day, which also occurred
on December 15th. The Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith and the American Jewish
Committee cooperated in the pro-
, I duct ion.
Louise Chapter, AJC
Has Annual Brunch
At 11 a.m.. Thursday. Decem-
ber 27th. t h e Louise Chapter.
American Jewish Congress, will
hold its Annual Chanukah
Brunch i^. the main dining room
of the Shore Club Hotel.
A skit. Ballad for Iouise will
be given by officers of the Chap-
ter in tribute to Louise Waterman
Wise for whom the Chapter is
named. Rabbi David Shapiro will
give the invocation. A candle-
lighting ceremony will follow in
honor of Chanukah.
Mrs. David Lemelman is chair-
man of the Chanukah Brunch,
and Mrs. Jesse Nowak is pro-
gram chairman.
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GREETINGS
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Phone: Miami 67-2551
Box 786. Coral Gables, Fla.


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Pioneer Women. Club 2
Have Chanukah Banquet
The Pioneer Women. Club N
2. will hold their Chanukah Sup-
per and Concert on T ve-
ning. December 25th. 6 prr... a:
the Beth Jacob Congregat: n
ftfrs, Raeemarie Kaplan :.-
chairman and director of s n
cale and lit,: which
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uled to rec-.n -

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Michel Rosenberg opens to-
night in a Golden Supper Re-
view at the Old Roumanian,
1610 Alton Road. Miami Beach.
Also featured with Mr. Rosen-
berg ?t the Jewish American
Night Club will be Hy Sands.
Bernie Sloane, the Zenith Sis-
ters. Beaal Smaro and Sasha
Leonoff.
Cleveland Social Club
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to rebuild their temples anp
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Lfercy Hospital
Telebrates Opening
JTh. opening of two new wings
L the first anniversary of the
Lratin of Mercy Hospital were
blebratid jointly at a dedication
jst Tuesday.
[Services at the hospital were
Lduc-tcd by Archbishop Joseph
Cm-iev of St. Augustine, and
lishop Tliomas J. McDonough.
Completion of the new wings
irill make Mercy the second larg-
ipital in Dade County. Rev.
lowan T. Rastatter, secretary of
rd of trustees, announced.
[he wings will contain a new
gical suite with eight operat-
6 rooms and a maternity suite
nth three labor rooms and four
lelivery moms. In addition, they
will provide space for 152 beds,
bringii e 'he total for the hospi-
3 272 beds for adults and 35
6or infants.
of the new Men v (ea-
rn lude Sundecks. oxygen
piped to the rooms and operating
v rooms staffed by surg-
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rector, indicated. The
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Israel Cavalcade
Opens Dec. 23rd
The Israel Cavalcade will open j
in an auditorium on 23rd Street'
and the ocean, Miami Beach, it
was announced last Saturday by
Miriam Jackson, director.
The exhibit is scheduled to con-
tinue through March 15th, and-
will feature products manufac-
tured in Israel, as well as 35 dio-
ramas of Jewish history from
Biblical times to the present. One
of the highlights of the exhibit
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scenes created by British crafts-
men and commissioned by Boston
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Levine conceived the idea of
Iexhibiting the historical scenes
for a fee as a fund-raising proj-
ect. The dioramas took three
years to build and have been
shown in only two other cities.
Boston and New York, before l
|ing brought to Miami Beach.
Proceeds from admission will
go toward various Israeli proj-
'crts.
Schreidell Unveiling
The dedication of a monument '
to the memory of the late Miss
Dorothy Schreidell, formerly of
2974 S.W. 25th Terrace, who pass-
ed away at age 14 in an auto-
mobile accident in Tennessee,
will take place December 25th at
10 a.m., at Mt. Sinai Memorial
Park Cemetery with Rabbi Max
Shapiro officiating. Miss Schreid-
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+Jmist) fhrSdiann
;0uthern Judaeans Convene In
laytona Beach On December 26th
PAUL 5 B
Judaeans. represent-
frni0, ,lr,pters in six Btatj .
-,;,,,.,.,- from December 26th
. at the Princess Is-
le| in Dayton Beach, for
. ,1 Winter Conclave.
AnI10uncement of the Decem-
ence, which will fea-
from Elizabeth Sim-
and Delores Chernoff.
, Miamiams who spent
r In Israel, was made
Z : .
Com:: | lore M
vitz ol Jacksonville,
past chairman of th< i
and S- A. Goodi
the Greater Miami Zionist
Commission.
D< leg ites '. ::. M | M|.
ami Brae!-, who will ill
Conclave ini lude Eliza th Sim-
kowitz, Ruth Clein, Louise
gen, Marv Freedn an, .1
Y; R^lon ma.n- J,K,n Furman, Myra Bre
Bialik Branch. No. 290
The Bialik Branch, No. 290, !
Far and, will hold its Chanukah
Banquel on Sunday evening, De-
r 30th, 6:30 p.m., in the jo-
ial hal] ol Km seth Israel Con-
1 tioi M imi B<
1::' :-' Kroi ish, spiritual
: temple Beth Sholom,
will b< peaki r. Boms Auer-
bach and Anuyta Melicov will
n nder n usical selections.
Cl airman .f the affaii is Saul
Ashkenazi,
u, Southern Region
Saturday morning will
"l b>Uh uU.uUc'nSi,0
Miami. Elizabeth Simko-
':,' p.-i ,hairman of the Young
Council, will deliver the
ifinoi ,
I i.mhlights of the Conclave
N inCIUdei ^mnPtSn extern" lhe pu,1,"S1' "f fund raising.'will
,ents. Choral ~J^t't'"l*Xtelmi: i be presented by the Miami Beach
eraneous f "nens' M> Chapter of Junior Hadassah at
ancc contest, bowling andI ping | lhe Snolbourno t on Sund
onfi tournamente, todale^work- December 23rd, at 8:30
sack. Alita Hoffman, Delores
Chernoff. June Moser and Judy
Shapiro.
Junior Hadassah
PrvHvntH -lahilw
A Holiday Jubilee Dance, for
services and business ses- j
100 Judaeans
hops
Ions.
Approximately
nd feaders are expected to at-
f rd the four-day gathering.
Amone the leaders expected are
,.,,, of New York Na-
chairman of the Young
Loaders' Council; Si
freedman <>f New York and Mi-
director of the Florida
H( rman Popkin of At-
.. tor of the Southern
ith Commission; Miss
. mberg of Miami, -
(i: i ater Miai i Zi n
C immission; J ick
i ksonville, i e
Proceeds of the affair will go
to Meir Rhfeyah. the Children's
Village of Israel supported by
Junior Hadassah.
Appears Coast To Coast
Appearing last week on Art
Linkletter's CBS House Party
over a national hookup, Mrs. Ar.i-
var Sari Cole won a number of
quiz prizes including a Can: bean
cruise. The program emanated
i! 11; I, California.
Mrs. i' le is the daughti
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Sackhein 221
SW 21st 1 iduate
f th '' f Mi
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Monte Carlo Hotel
Adds New Wing
One of Florida's largest oce in-
front hotels, the Monte Carlo Ho-
tel, recently completed a new
wing costing a million and a I all
dollars.
The wing will add 100 rooms
plus a convention hall capable of
accommodating 500 persons to
the hot el's existing facilities,
Theodore Hankoff. manager, re-
ported. Originally a twelve-story
building with a $40,000 golf driv-
ing range, the three-year-old
Monte Carlo now compares in
size with the largest hotels in
the Greater Miami area. Con-
struction of the wing began early
last May.
A new kitchen has also been
installed in the cabana section.
Other innovations include the
Monaco dining room, the Club
Casino with cocktail loung< ind
dam e floor a n d the x levision
lou: ge.
irator,
interiors.
Dr. Kalman J. Mann, of Jeru-
salem, has jusl been appointed
Director General of the Hadas-
sah Medical Organization
rHMO) in Israel. Dr. Mann,
who has been in the United
States for the past few weeks,
took the occasion to make the
first public announcement of a
radically new community
health program, which Hadas-
sah will inaugurate in Israel
and which will involve drastic
revision in the training of Is-
rael's physicians. Dr. Mann's
appointment was announced by
Mrs. Samuel J. Rosensohn.
chairman of Hadassah's HMO
in America. Dr. Mann succeeds
Dr. Eli Davis who is returning
to his specialty of internal
medicine in Hadassah's Out-
Patient Department. During
his visit to Miami Beach last
weekend. Dr. Mann was enter-
tained at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Max Weilz, 4201 Royal
Palm Avenue.
View Advamees
111 It u sin ess
Sharp advances in most
of business in the Southeast
ing the first 9 months of 1951,
ted Wednesday
rion A. Leonard, Distri I
r US Departmei I
Commi
Rele regular quarte '
sumn..
in the region, the Commerce D?-
parti; ial pointed :
s in the 9-month pel id I
January t > s, ptember, ir.cl
of this year over the correspond-
ing period last year, as an in i:
tion of the high level of acti\
pn valent in various divisions
the fields of finance, industr.
agriculture ir. the area.
New Realty Board
Recently elected to head t I
Miami Beach Board of Realtors
were Sol Z. Bennett, president; J.
A. Parker, 1st vice president; Leo
Eisenstin, 2nd vice president;
Miss Eliabeth Anstine, 3rd vice
president; Paly Wimbish, corpor-
ation secretary; Mrs Harvi Neu-
mann, secretary: and C. W. Chasa,
treasurer.
: Zamor Chanukah Party
Children of the Religious
School of the Zamora Jewish
| Center will present a Chanukah
program on Sunday morning it
10 a.m. Included will be a Can-
| die Di ill. songs and a plaj
l titled Th( Mac,:, ees.
Members ol the C i i
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Jmist-ncrHfiir
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GREETINGS
S. M. PERKINS
INCOME TAX SPECIALIST
First National Bank Bldg.
GREETINGS
SEC MANUFACTURING COMPANY
El N.E. 26th Street
Phone 2-5365
PEST CONTROL SERVICE
I TERMITE PROOFINGFUMIGATINGMOTH PROOFING
Bonded Uniformed Operators
MIAMI MIAMI BEACH CORAL GABLES
liscavne Exterminating Service, Inc.
3925 PONCE DE LEON BLVD. PHONE 4-6401
DOATT TOLERATEEXTERMINATE
GREETINGS
HOWARD BACKUS
TOWING L1GHTERING tt
WHOLESALE SAND CRANE RENTAL
1201 N. W. South River Drive P. O. Box 681
Yard Phone 3-5019 Het. Phone 7-1042
MIAMI 4. FLORIDA
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
GRAHAM'S DAIRY
"Direct From Farm To You"
PHONE 88-2151
World famous sculptor Jo Davidson arrived in Israel recently with a neatly wrapped statue snugly
nicked in I large box. Off to the home of President Chaim Weizmann went Davidson to make the
formalT presentation of a bust of the late Lord Bal four, author of the famed Balfour Declaration,
ole^iro BriHshsupport for the establishment of a Jewish homeland in Palestine. Before a small
audience of officials and friends.Davidson made a short address while U.S Ambassador to Israe .
auaience 01 ""-" ,,,. navirison chats with an old friend. President Weiimann (2): shal-
^"wefzmanntotL U.S.I Davi 3?; the sculptor and his statue (4,; a friendly chat after the
Jl'fcSled between Davidson. Mrs. Weizmann. Ambassador Davis. Sir Alexander Knox Helm.
BHtish MinlsieTto Uriel, and President Weizmann. (An American Jewish Press Feature from I.S.I.
' "iT IS A PLEASURE TO EXTEND A HOLIDAY GREETING
TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE
HERBERT A. FRINK
MIAMI BEACH
GREETINGS
JOHN A. MATTHEWS
MIAMI. FLA.
CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL
SALES MOTOROLA SERVICE
EDDIE'S RADIO SERVICE
3209 N.W. 7th Avenue Pho"e .8TT
Service On All Mokes Auto and Home Radios and Television
"FOR READY-MIXED CONCRETE "PHONE 48 2080
Allied Concrete Products. Inc.
2800 S. W. 31st Avenue. Miami. Florida
(One Block North of Dixie Highway)
FRANK S. WUELKER. President
"WHERE THE ELITE MEET"
SHANGRI-LA
Authentic Chinese Dishes
LUNCHEONS DINNERS
Elks Club Building
15 N. E. 3rd Avenue
PHONE 2-9926
OPEN TILL 2 A.M.
Orders Put Up to Take Oul
'GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE"
Distributors Libbey. Owens. Ford Glass Co. & Insulux Glass Block
1601-1619 N.W. 7th Ave.. Miami 36. Florida Phone Z-1795
MIAMI 36. FLORIDA


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: Miiad and fJnaal equipuunl available u, mod) .. ,. i;( .,..
MERCI HOM'IJ for iu Catholic paiirnu. Fqual fa.iliti,-, arr al* ope* everyone, whatever hi* religion.
Actually, over 50 ,,r, cent of the pre*iit ronta* of Faii<.ni Ore iioii-Calb.W:. .
HERa HOSPITAL \$ ttHMad on ike palm-HtiMluV.I akorei ni htfntiful Biaeaj i
within light of the IVfiami Mrytitte. Here, in rboma and Hinder** opening .. the aeni
urr hiiudmlN if eonfidont patieaita on their way t> health and recovery.
Scmiprirate rooms $ 7.00. 8.00, 10.00 and 11.00
Privutr room* #13.00, 14.00, 15.00 and 18.00
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3663 South Miami (venue
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-.!.: .ase ry Israel s Arr.&assaacr Ax>4 Ebar. in NoTmbt for
Sha p-.-p-c-s ;: i-.-:=s:.-; :.-. Bcr.as ;! Israel Carr.saign. Shown
a :.-. :cp pfcoeegrapti fanUsf lea at a gathering in honor of Ihe
Kxhtmmtot't w.fe are bfl to r-.gr.: Mrs- Sam Fnediand. Mrs.
Zzzr. =-- Mrs Zi-.. We inkle. Ir. ihe center photograph are left
.-.5-! Mr. arid Mrs. Btn Darifcaun-. anc Rahhi ard Mrs. Imnj
Le.-.-rr.ci o< a reception for the AcMsudc: and his wife giren in
:.-e cc:nt cf Mrs- and Mrs. Joseph Cherner. Below, Ambassador
Z^i^ ct.-.te: rectirei t^arks from Joseph Cherner right en
bafcaU '-'. Greater Mian-.i for his effort in sparking the bond drire.
Z,:. Mcrris Goodman looks on.
TO All.... A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY
, GREENLEAF & CROSBY
t JEWELERS
1000 Lincoln Rood
THE BREAKERS ROCKEFELLER CENTER
Pcirr. Beech247 Wori: Are. 620 FJti Avenue. New York
MRS. W. F. ROCKWELL
BEST WISHES TO ALL
GEORGE'S CARPET SHOP
927 N. W. 7th Avenue
AlCHTlTS
JEWELRY CO., Inc.
160 E. FJcg'.er Street
PHONE 3-2197
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY CHAM:-:-.
To Jewry Everywhere
y?
"RICHARD "DICK" BERENSON
And Associate!
I B C A fill FRO K TOM
Lively Window
< >.. Inc.
PRECAST CONCRETE
WINDOW FRAMES
3044 S. W. 28th Lane
PHONE 4-2503
BAJ KA
The Best the Market Aifcrds
at Reasonable Prices
Nathan Alexander and Family
Hyman. Harry fe Scl
cf the
DIXIE CASH MARKET
133 N. W. 14ti Street
MIAMI. FLORIDA
Res. l7Si N W. Ittl-. St.
GREETINGS
VIKt.lMA
HI IMMi I
Registered Reel Estcrte
REALTOR
1069 Southwest 6th Street
Miami 36, Florida
PHONE 3-32C6
We specialize in sales of all
type of Real Estate
LOTS AND ACREAGE
Greetings
To Our Many Jewish Friends
and Patrons
SOUTH FLORIDA
LIQUOR
DISTRIBUTORS
INCORPORATED
12 S.W. Third Street
PHONE 2-7S64
To All Greetings
LeUAN KRUMM
BEAUTY SALON
Hair Goods
Studio
Beauty in All Its Branches
Seybold Building
Miami Florida
GREETINGS
EfflBITE
GREET! NGS
Victor Bidone Restaurant
FRENCH & ITALIAN CUISINE
1334 18th Street
Reservations Call 5-9169
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
M Wtl.M-: \*soinfioii of >liami
MIAMI
1585 N. W. 24th Ave.
Phone 48-2472
A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
>alhan >lraus-llupar(|ii(>!. |ne<
FURNITURE EQUIPMENT SUPPLIES
HOTELS RESTAURANTS INSTITUTIONS CLUBS
Miami Branch: 1100 N.E. SECOND AVE.. MIAMI .( FLORIDA
PHONE 3-0861
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
TOWERS HOTEL
332 SX. 2nd Avenue Fhcae 2-7611
Peerless Manufacturing Co. \
Manufacturer ol
Corrugated Cartons and Cartons for Fruit C;ndie3
23 N. E. 74th Street Fhcne 7-0953
GREETINGS
MADER & COMPANY
P. & O. DOCKS
MIAMI
GREETINGS
X
MADkTEXAXCE, Incorporated
SASH AND SCREEN SERVICE
ALLEN L. PARRBH. Manager
3427 N. Miami Avenue Miami, Florida
Phone 82-7531
TO ALL A MCST HAPPY CHANUKA
Hide & Seek Children's Shop
THE CHILDREN'S SHOP OF DISTINCTION
GIFTS APPAREL
TOTS TO TEENS
S06 BUtmore Way Coral Gables Pher.e 4Ml->_.
i.*.i'un' Bmrwkm Station
Gas and Oil
GENERAL CAR REPAIRS
1790 N. W. 42nd Arenue
PHONE 48-9222
FRED DAMRAU, Prop.
TO ALL CHANUKA GREETINGS
_~_ Phone 7-11SS ._-.
JOE (.1 IllltllS REPAIR SHOP
GENERAL AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING
>,. V WORK K AS GOOD AS THE BEST"
3 N. W. Second Avenue Miami fl*
GREETINGS
J. E. SHAW
1145 N. E. 2nd Avenue
PHONE 2-S3S1
GENERAL CONTRACTING
344 Minorca Avenue Phone 48-7493
GREETINGS AND BEST WISHES TO ALL
Mr. < Mrs. Max Shlafrock
M. S. < OXSTRl i TIO> co.
S4! N. W. 14th Avenue Phon. M*71



hlDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1951

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PAGE 11-B
Radio '2S*[ ^~ Dispatched
GREETINGS
fJij /' tj Established 1925
ARMORED TRUCKSERWCEJSC.
PO- e0X '28 MIAMI 6. FLORIDA PHONE 91781.91782
EACH TRUCK BONDED AND INSURED FOR ONE MILLION DOLLARS
GREETINGS TO ALL
L. C. MOIIIIIS
PAVING CONSTRUCTION
2581 N. W. 72nd STREET PH0NE 78-0351

SEASON'S GREETINGS
"THE WORLD'S FINEST IN FASHIONS'
Sracef & Jabaly
LINCOLN ROAD
GREETINGS TO ALL
730 Okeechobee Road. Hialeah. Fla. Phons 88-3714
2730 N.W 20th St.. Miami (above 27th Ave. Br.dge) Phone 82-5351
CAPTAIN ARNOLD MAUTE
FINE YACHTS SAILING CRAFTS
A HAPPY CHANUKA
J. FRWK VANN
REFRIGERATORS AND MARKET FIXTURES
1300 N. Miami Avenue, Miami, Fla.
Phone 2-1525
"V*rL
TO ALL .
HAPPY CHANUKA
i: i. b o 1.1: ic o
2181 CORAL WAY
II A II
PHONE 4-439C
dd
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lur.creds of old-timers in American Zionism flocked to a midtown New York hotel last week to
veteran Zionist Louis Lipsky at a surprise party on the occasion of his 75th birthday. Lipsky
happi.y slices a huge birthday cake as part of the celebration '1); familiar cigar in hand. Lipsky
>nd h:< wife receive an ovation from the throng | 2); the haunting songs of Israel were rendered by
eancr Stone (3); what's a birthday party without a present? Judith Epstein, hostess for the even-
ts, presents Lipsky with the first of a 15-volume gift on the annals of the theatre '4); a host of
~ akers greeted Lipsky on his 75th birthday, including Avraham Harmon. Israeli official (b); Dr.
Henry Atkinson, noted Christian Zionist <6). Ross Halprin. Hadassah leader <7). Rabbi Jerome Un-
Br. executive director of the American Zionist council '8). Mrs. Epstein (9); full of wit and charm.
Lipsky brought chuckles from his wife and Dr. Atkinson j 10). as well as from the more than 300
Bues,E at the American Zionist Council-Jewish Agency tendered party (11). (American Jewish
N'ewspix Feature).
GREETINGS
CEMEMT BLOCK INDUSTRIES
CERTIFIED CEMENT BLOCKS
Immediate Delivery
JACK SWERDLIN
4490 S.W. 74th AvenueOff Bird Rd. PHONE 37-7533
GREETINGS
DIXIE BROOM & MOP CO.
1545 N.W. 45th Street
*
FLORIDA MEDICAL LABORATORY
*
HAPPY
CHANUKA
Styles
Beer Oarden
1351 N. W. 1st COURT
A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL .
A COMPLETE SERVICE FOR YOUR PONTIAC
TRAIL PONTIAC. INC.
665 S- W. 8th Street
CHANUKA GREETINGS
FRANK O. PRUITT, Inc.
INSURANCE-
1502-1503 Pan American Bank Bldg. Phone 2-3169
Phone 9-4576
IIAMI J\. INC.
EVERYTHING GENERAL ELECTRIC
"IT G.E. MAKES IT WE HAVE IT"
OME DAY RADIO SERVICE
JJJ N. E. 7tth Street PhoM 776*
GREETINGS
II. C. Fleemam
Mutual Benefit Health and
Accident Association
United Benefit Life
Insurance Co.
Pan American Bank Bldg.
MIAMI, FLA.
4.11 I i;\ INDUSTRIES, INC.
Serving Miami Since 1930
272 Aragon, Coral Gables
Telephones 4-1651 48-3421
ROOFING BY GIFFEN
For All That's Best In
EVERY KIND OF ROOFING
ALL TYPES OF SHEET METAL WORK
AIR CONDITIONING. VENTILATION
SOLAR WATER HEATERS. BOOSTERS
POURED-IN-PLACE GYPSUM ROOF DECKS
.... ,
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TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
HART'S DRIVE IN RESTAURANT & BARBECUE
CURB and DINING ROOM SERVICE
1111 N.W. LeJEUNE ROAD MIAMI. FLA.



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FRIDAY, DECEMBER ; .,
PI. it M I
Stui. i !'. :. 0
25 Yean Ex]
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Gu. ... Satisi
S. COMITOS
2905 S. W 17th Street
"Ph n 4o-i:;'
SEASON'S GREETINGS
Lula .loin's
Flowers For A'.l Occas *J
DELIVERY
"ut Flowers PiontJ
rsage* -I I si t.=
rtiej "
D. W. McCOY, Inc.
REAL ESTATE
In All : = Branche*
1549 S. v.". 8th Street
Phone 9-2245
GREETD
Knowhs 1A&*
FRUIT SHIPPERS
2207 Collins Ave. Ph 58-1722
747 Lincoln Road Ph. 5-3626
FRIENDSHIP HOUSE
GIFTS
26 Years Giil Fruit
From Miami
HAP.-Y CHANUKA
TKOIF IIIIOS. I.M.
ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS
Pcving, Grading. Excavating. Clearing and Scarifying
Phono 4-7605 4151 South Dixie Highway
Mailing Address: P. O. Box 163. Miami 32. r
11 hi; ivsrn\\<,
A definite insurance contract instead of
an
as to the condition of tit'e *s
CORAL GABLES MIAMI
1C3 Miracle Mile 83-4654 Langford BuitJ .
ESCROWS ABSTRACTS 9~92*:i|
-------\a ... ... n r> ,eo if" n, FIDELITY TITLE COMPANY TCy n* v
Mailing Aadress: P. O. Box 163. Miami 32. T,a._______________________________________'^w 3LAXE
PORTABLE = C:\D '0SE3 CO:kTA'L LD-ME
Olil Snratoga Inn
77th S:. and Biscayne Bird Ph. 7-7725
OPEN :j -> IP V TO CLOS \G S-N-- FROM -2 NOON
DELICIOUS DINNERS
HELD :. = c ~ DWitar I '.- I = ttj Par* -g Spac?
M. B. I.AIIItls
CIVIL AND CONSULTING ENGINEER
622 S. W. 27th Avenue

Phne 43337|]
Factory Trained Specialists
Telephone 2 "396
ENAMELIZING
Aulhoriied by DuPcnt Since 1938
Refrigerator
Painting (o.
The Most M idem and Largest
Refiniahing SI In >". r.da
2951 N. E. 2nd AVENUE
Miami 37. Florida
a: Rusl
GREETINGS:
T. J. JAMES CONST. CO.
Phone 89-1041
ROCK FILL SAND
"WE MOVE THE EARTH"
1700 N.W. 119th St.
Up-to-Dale Van Service
LEW M CISCO
Transfer 6, Storage
328 N. E. 2nd Avenue
PHONE 2-5411
A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY
$
NATIONAL TITLE
COMPANY
and
ASSOCIATES
CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL
HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS BANK
"A Friendly Bank"
(Member ol FJ>J.C.)
East First Avenue and Hialeah Drive
Comer N. W. 54th St
HIALEAH. FLORIDA
Telephone 88-8431
1910 S. . "^
: 5790 F -i m
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CHANUKAH IN THE JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTERS OF AMERICA
ITchalSSh tiuSLhiS1^ a .mfi3r eVeu' n Jhe calendar o a11 9e grouo, in the Jewish community. Shown hero is a varielj
aJnSMl^SS^lS&JXST^m f.T,ho**.heId al the hundreds of Jewish Community Centers affiliated with *r.d seri *
ukah V.'.T. Vh VtoJLl.V, ^ "' ,, B UPP!r "!t: 8 'bby candle-l.ghting service: upper right: your.g puppeteers put on a CbU
grouoVr'esenL a hoTd.T wne.rt 9'0UP "'" demat"n Chanukah l.ghtlkindling ceremony: lower right: a Center chord
3EST WISHES FOR CHANUKA
$
R. T. Jeffries
OF
Florida Fast toast Railway
GRAND NATIONAL IMPORTERS
WHOLESALE LIQUORS
309 N. W. 9th Avenuo
Miami
MIAMI HI U II
FIRST XATIOXAL BA\K
1651 ALTON ROAD
MIAMI BEACH
SEASON'S BEST WISHES
GEORGE J. BERTMAN
Realtor
420 LINCOLN ROAD. MIAMI BEACH


)AY, DECEMBER 21, 1951
*JmMJhrk0ton
PAGE 13 B
A Happy
Chanuka
Dubrow's Lincoln
Cafeterias
330 LINCOLN ROAD
Miami Beach Brooklyn. N. Y.
SEASONS GREETINGS
I. and W. B. Drow < oinpany
PRINTERS LITHOGRAPHERS ENGRAVERS *
2812 Ponce De Leon Blvd. phone 48.6156
CORAL GABLES. FLA.
GREETINGS
ALL FLORIDA SURETY COMPANY
TO ALL .
GREETINGS
Gforge C.
M'iiilil'r
GENERAL INSURANCE
BONDS
226 Shoreland Building
409 BISCAYNE BUILDING
MIAMI 32. FLORIDA
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
$
HECTOR SUPPLY CO.
BranchesHomestead. West Palm Beach. Belle Glade
Ft. Pierce
EVERYTHING FOR THE GARDENLAWNSFARMS
CHANUKA GREETINGS
MAYFLOWER RESTAURANT
80 S. Biscayne Boulevard. Miami. Florida
Serving:
CLUB BREAKFAST 25c up LUNCHEON 75c up
DINNER 1.00 up
Open Daily 7 a.m. to 1 a.m.
CHANUKAH LIGHTS BRIGHTEN LIVES OF JEWISH GIs AROUND THE WORLD
finer stationed in the battle area of Korea, serving in Japan. Germany. Panama Canal Zone, or Alaska.or at any of the 520
bosts and veteran* hospitals in the U.S.Jewish GIs in the armed forces will assemble at Chanukah services like those shown here.
L* ...L:_l- v___ ... 1*1. ____ II.- l....;.k.J K.. *UA National Tou/icK Wpl
Vhelher
posts and veterans hospitals in the U.S.Jewish GIs in the armed forces will assemble at cnanuKan services nice inose snown nere,
h which Jewish chaplains will officiate with supplies furnished by the National Jewish Welfare Board /JWB). More than 30.000
thanukdh gifts have been shipped by local JWB Armed Services and Serve-a-Camp and Serve-a-Chaplain units to chaplains over-
fc. who will distribute them at Chanukah parties organized by JWB for the first lime on a world-w.de scale overseas. Supplernent-
ns these gifts. JWB has sent thousands of d.eidlach. menorahs. holiday pamphlets and foods to the 285 full and part-time Jewish
'plains, all of whom are recruited, endorsed and served by JWB.__________________________________________________________
SEASON'S GREETINGS
MILONE
PLASTERING COMPANY
208 N. W. 28th Street
PHONE 3-3735
GREETINGS
LEWIS C. WAGNcR
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR
9930 N.W. 7th AVENUE PHONE 89-7805
Surlside. El Portal, North Miami. Miami Springs,
Miami Shores, Golden Beach, Biscayne Park. N. Miami Beach
and Miami Beach
SOI lllll\ PAIXTERS
"A COMPLETE PAINTING SERVICE"
2713 N. W. 32nd Avenue
PHONE 88-6961
BARNEY O'FIELD
A HAPPY CHANUKA
TO ALL
MARGARET ANN
and
I \III i: SL PPLY STORES
Stores, Ine.
MIAMI. FLORIDA TAMPA. FLORIDA
Hartley's
Auto Top Shop
The Best In Materials and
Workmanship
1234 N.E. 1st Avenue
Phone 3-8997
BARNES CAST
STONE SHOP
262 N. E. 54th Street
Phone 7-0314
SEASON'S GREETINGS
TO ALL
MEL JACK HERMAN
KALER PRODUCE
COMPANY
2121 N. W. 13th Avenue
Phone 2-5197
GREETINGS
LEE'S
Established 26 years
324 N. E. 13th Street
RODS AND REELS REPAIRED
SHRIMP MULLET
Underwater Equipment
MIAMI BEACH
ABSTRACT &
TITLE COMPANY, Inc.
Complete Abstract and
Title Insurance Service
THE ONLY ABSTRACT
PLANT IN
MIAMI BEACH
1630 Lenox Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
GEORGE LANGER
Owner
THE SUM
IY
Not Incorporated
2950 N. W. 24th St.
PHONE 3-3685
Extends to All His Jewish
Friends and Patrons the
Wish for
A HAPPY CHANUKA
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5iI^MBQ|.
Xuta's
Ya*l Basi,
1884 N" W- North j
Drive
Phone 2-3067
TOALLAMOSTHAPW
CHANUKA ^'
Engeft
Men's Shop
"LATEST IN MEN'S STBpI
AND SPORTS CLofff
2201 Ponce De Leon I
Cpral Gables p^,
SEASON'S GREETINGS
TO ALL
ELECTROLUJ
i onioit\iio\|
1800 Biscayne Blvd.
Phone 3-8464
Phone 5-7111
EIFIELI
SHIP
on' to WSStlTSf rSeen^uly'^edK BenWveemkanaaaMn"i0nWidHe,ta,U,f *J2?& *""S "**' COmedian '" Benny.
Mary L.v.ngstone 1); Jacks b netted her a huge doll from pop 21; My nmefhes JomSS. S hta i,i shoJ.,s daughter Joen.e. Her birthday back in 1940.
ent return trom Korea where he entertamed GIs 3>'- B^u o m V n^'rin'T'' m?th"in embracing Jack upon hi, rec-
Cor. Washington Avt
409 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Flo.
,i
To All Our Friends and Patrona
HOUDAY GREETINGS
W. J. I II II l
General Passenger Agent
SEABOARD RAILROAD
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
PAUL L. HUTCH1NSON
HUTCHINSON SERVICE STATION
1155 Collins Avenue
PHONE 58-9941
Hopkins-Carter Hardware Co.
139 South Miami Avenue
PHONE 2-5194
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES
HAPPY CHANUKA
L L POWELL & SONS
REALTORS
1B5S Lenox Avenue
Phone 5-3357
BETTYS
"KNOWN FOR DELICIOUS I
AND WHOLESOME FOOD*
Completely Air Conditioned |
Free Parking
Lobo Lounge
Continuous Entertainmtn!
Phono 9-9426
1440 Biscayne Blvi
OUR COMPANY WISHES TO EXTEND TO ALL OUR
JEWISH FRIENDS
mm tt
A HAPPY HOLIDAY
PACKARD MIAMI CO. Bb
1700 NX. SECOND AVENUE
PHONE 82-5512
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY CHANUKA
STOLPMANN PLUMBING CO.
1853 West Avenu*
PHONE 5-0481
Miami Beach. Fla.
TO ALL GREETINGS
Hush
Distributing O
T. T. BUSH
PHONOGRAPHS
286 N.W. 29th Street
Phone 3-4623
ABBOTT ELECTRIC
RESIDENTIAL
INDUSTRIAL
MARINE STORES
Wiring ReP*1"
Alteration, of AH Kin*
MM North MUi A*""
PHONE 3 62J4


)AY. DECEMBER 21, 1951
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LEGAL NOTICE_______
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
FOR DADE COUNTY,
RIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 145817
; itoSH RIlVA. rinintlrr.
i I L. RICCA, I ".f.iiil.-int.
iCE BY PUBLICATION
. \\n I I. IIK'i'A
m i7i xxvst ttrd Street
. YORK, N. Y.
required to serve a copy of
ner to the UIH <>f Complaint
.. on ill'- I'liilntirf'a At-
,.i to fii<- tin- original sns-
. (.in......r the Clerk of the
. hi on or befqti- the 14th
nuar>', IJSti otherwl.se, the
iplalnl for Divorce hereto-
lereln will be taken as con-
,i Miami. EHorida, tills 12th
ember, 19M.
I B LBATHERMAN,
clerk of the Circuit curt
Dade County, Florida
By: XX M W. STOCKING.
Deputy clerk
i Xddrese of
Attorney:
i: LYONS,
npla Bids',
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*-Jewisti fftrttM
pTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
IH .DICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
IP DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY.
No. 145821
.1 \ ;. ...D.MAN. 1'lnlntiff.
,, i;ooDMAN, Defendant.
''ORSER BY PUBLICATION
II
I I
I
l.l> GOODMAN
'.. 11 Mlal Btreet
\. w York
, i ebj notified that a mil
nt for Divorce has been
- rou ami you are hereby
. nerve a oopy of your
the Bill of Complaint on
attorney and flit* the orig-
in the office of the Clerk
ill i .. iv! on or before the
.f January, 1961; otherwlae,
na of said Hill of Corn-
taken as oonfeaaed a -
th day of December,
B LBATHERMAN,
the Circuit Co
R II KICK. .IK.
Clerk
XLIANt IFF1
, I' ntlff
l l.i
I l
i
LEGAL NOTICE
PAGE 15 B
notice unmr; ncTTrTSUT-
^XE..sI8.dH5aYa?'VEN "T
buslneaa und ',",'" m
COMPJANYPERAT,Na
A-..,.T. s;,\l^"-l'M,:iXTv""n
AcrpaVor 8 M":.....
804 Inftraham Bids
Miami. Florida
12/1 I-21-J8 I t
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
...... NAME LAW
NOTICE. IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
STEPHEN P.8KESSr.ERHN'E,bER
12 14-21-28 ] i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
V,.-....... NAME LAW
g Wm*
.:_ fnenandoah Carafe,
^m
.. "''"aid name with the
.'|.-:,::;,|,|'""" -" < Dade
BTE\!: VENEZIA
_..,.,.,,,,,..... Hole Owner
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
.NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
c,,\u'.\V K l: MANCf XCTl'RINn
, '" :XN V ',.. ,-': Lincoln Road. Ml-
ami Beach, Fla Intend I
sid name with the Clerk of u i
cult oun of Dade County. Florida "
NED 'il.ASSBERG
STANLEY til.ASSBERii
NORMAN GLASSflERt]
i o-i'nrti
HARi >LD sii xpiri i
Attorne) fm Api .:-
::'. Lincoln Road
i? 14-21-2* i i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
..,,.,.......NAME LAW
N"M' E IS HEREBY fllVEN thai
,':'.' ld name with
CountyrVlorito. Ircult <*>" of Dade
JOE FY>X
FREDERICK s OROSSBERQ "tt'""!
Attorn, v iHcant
,'',- Pi gfyn" Bul|dlng
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
i. ~, NAME LAW
.NOTICE I* HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring engage
In btMlnesa under the :, tltloua name
; SKI LARK MOTEL, at 91.01 E Bay
r Drive. Bay Harbor [aland*
' uunty, Fla Intel I- register
aid name with the Clerk
cult Court of Dade County, Florida.
DANIEL li SOHLAPIK, M.D
' iwner
BERICK, SHAPIRO & PRIED
Vttoi [leys I
120 Llm oln l: iad
Miami Bea. h, r: i,
IL' 7-14-21-21
LNDER FICTITIOUS
NAMF LAW
IS HEREBY GIVEN that
i Ins i" n
Ihi i'i. l Itloua n.i.....I
il H989 Byron x\
i! Beach, I
sid n 1i
... i 'In ult Cm t ol i >ad<
H
N XTHAN KRAMER
f.LADYS KRAMER
GENET
i
I I
NOT.Ct UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
\ r is HEREBY GIVEN thai
ed, i i. the fictitious name of
"l> BAR. at 214" N W
.- Miami, Fla.. intends to
I (i i name with the clerk of
i' I'll Court of Dade County,
:
Jl'NE A"DAIR W11.K1NS
Sole Owner
!' KE88LER
Applicant
W I tier SI
:: it
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IXnTK IS HEREBY QIVEN that
inp iatelj subsisting be-
1 ringer and Bteve Venesla,
D All: SERVICE STATION
I' VV Mh Bl was dissoh ed
mm nnaenl on 11 SO SI and
I : signed Intends to carrj
i -- alone, and will pay
all debts and llsbllltlei
firm
JOE SI-KIM IKK
I' KESSLER
Vppllcsnt
Kler St.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No 14248C
XVEINE-HERM VX ll'l ,D
INC.. a F

EDITH ROBERTS. ,-
NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE

In thai
lendini
Court ol
I
: \
HERMAN
BI'ILDERS. IXC
i P lid F. :
ERTS


- tue of I v

the hlghexl and besl aid ler I
al the South l ont Do of tl
Houai "f" l '..-I- I 'ount3. In the
Miami, Florida, on the 7th daj of
January. A I1 1951, between the hours
ind 2:00 p m., the same
belns i legal Batea day and the hour
a legal hour of .-ale. the : >w i -
!..-il real : opei u
l-ii .'. Block iv of CINEMA
PARK ADDITION to COl'N
TRY CLUB ESTATES, ic-
cording to the plat thereof, re-
ts ded in Plat Book IT. at
vat.- 2 Df the I'ulilu Ra.....da
lade County. Florida.
daj of December,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that

' e ol
V MK TRAILER PARTS a SERVICE
'' i N W .'-. i tvi aue, Dade
ter said n ime
with l f the i
Dadi Flo
i v -.-
STEPHEN P. KESSLER
| At I tppll
12
W I- iglei Si
".Hi
of
Dated thla
l5l.
LOUIE BANDEL.
Special Master In Chancery
".] l Biai .1^ i- Building
Mi.in- I
12 14-21-28 : I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
'ICE IS HEREIN GIVEN that
I"
n
\.\\''( I SERVIi 'E. S W :-!
to
I : -
I' ii f Dade Count) Flu
Mi ILLIE K I ItlEDBERU
ANNE !: ITHENI'.ERG
12 7-14-21-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Hint
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of SKYLARK HOTEL, .it 9901 K. Bs}
Harbor Drive, Bay Harbor Islands,
Dsde County, Fls., Intends to register
aid name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Plorlda.
DANIEL D. SCHLAPIK, MIL
BERICK, 8HAPIRO A F'RIED
Attorneys for Applicant
42" Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Kla.
12 7-14-21-28
l"< THL CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
tlEvEN-H JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 14021b.F
[AI.LA.- INVESTMENT CO,
Plaintiff,
I DON! IVAN ami.
liukilow n BPOUl '.
ndnnta
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
' LKN \ I1KNDLE DONOVAN
married, her unknown
I living and. if dead, all
hi li a, ii.-\ laces, legal
i: editors or othei psi
aiming hv. through, under
nat the above named De
a ho are not know n to
'I or alive; and all pel sons
a riles otherwise cuUmlni
l". title, claim or interest
'I to the following des.riu-
nerty, to wit:
': i 8W J of BE i of sv. lion
inshlp .:, south, Rsnge It
ins and being in Dade
v .' Florida.
HEREBY NOTIKIED
i| Compbvlnt to iiuiet title
I described property has
MulrLli 'gainst rou, and you are
I serve a copy or vour Ans-
I -adlng to the Mill of Com-
||.,' "' I'laintiCfs attoin.-v-
|i: ; a Mulloy, B04 Ingi
x.....il. I' i.i i. ..nd file the
.....r Pleading in the
Clerk of the Circuit Court
,; the mh day or Januai i
a Decree Pro
,,''' -.1 igslnat you
m iml Florida, this 5th
Jiber. A H II ,1
' H LBATHERMAN
i lerk of the Circuit
i for Dade County,
1 UM W STOCK INC,
It) Clerk
EsTji*S'i,daBu"*ta
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 26935-B
In Re: BSTATE I >K
MARJoRlE Tl'RNER BREWER
formerl) MARJoRIK V Tl'RNER
Deei
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All i' dll ind A r *m ii.n
Ins 'lalms oi I m tndi v-
Said Estate
Y..U. and ire
I
rids which Mm
elthei of yo gainst tl
estate of' M m: loRIE I' N E R
liltKWKH. form. MARIORIE \
Tl'RNER. deceased lati I I Cits
if Ml in : lt( !''! '
da. In Ih. Hoi H V "LAN >N
c.....its .i idg. l>ad. Couni
file th.
Counts Com thous. I
Florida, within .
from the dat.
hereof So I
contain the legal ad--------
clnlmai I sworn I
sented
!' N
Dai \ .' .. ...
EMMA U>1S
\. l\- iri> f th. Last
Will and Testament
M VRJORIE HUNK!:
RRKWKII
MARJORIE V Tt'RN'ER.
1 >. i i
HERMAN ORVYSOS
l.olis KCHW VRZKOPP
vitoi nej f Exi utrlx
12 14-21 SS 1'4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to .-nnnge in
business under the fictitious name ol
SEIDERMAN .* TANOORA. at 710
'1st Street, Miami Besch, Fla., Intend
to register said name with the clerk
of th- Circuit Court of Dade county.
'NATHAN A. SEIDERMAN
NICHOLAS .1. TANOORA
. iwners
MARX PABER
Attorney for Applicants
Congi ess Bids
7-14-21 _____
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undei sign, d, di sit i engage In
il .i.- the fletitlo is name of
IDEAL CLEANERS, al 211* N 2nd
,Vi y,| ,. ,. | |nt. nds i i register
. ivltl ': k 'he in
' 'apa^Varner
i v\ ner
BERICK. SHAPIRO a PRIED
ilt, i Appl U '
Road
12 7-11-21
of i
fc*LLOT
l*'i.u
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 254.2
RE ESTATE "I;.
NOT^'oF^InVenVkSN TO MAKE
APPLIC0A,TS'CHNAFRCE F'N"
NOTICE I el.
Iltlon for I
da] of Deo N x
': "v
fdTo
PAI'L J '''vN
MORTON ROTHENBERtl
Attorney for Ex< -
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
Th Jewish Floridlan
lldti your legal notices.
We appreciate your
patronage and guaran-
tee, accurate service at
legal rate*. Phone 2-1141
for messenger service.
cN cIHcItCIRCUIT court of THE
!t,r\ i^jy. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE CUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY.
No. 145417
MILDRED DeCHIARA, Plaintiff
"M"'nAt!^J,,o'"ai:v '"'.....ant.
Tr. N.?,T.^,.?V PUBLICATION
TO. MI. HAEL DeCHIAR \
c o T.M.I' A.
th Street (near Tin Avenue)
Brooklyn, Hew York.
TOl ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
">a a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
'V '"',- '' against you in th"
shove entitled ca tae and you are here-
.. required to aer. copy ol your
Answer to the Bill of Complaint for
Divorce on the Plaintiff's attorneys,
and rile the original In the offl. e of
'": "erk of tl.....Ircuil Court on or
before the 28th day of De. ember,
lI. otherwise .....cree Pro Conl------
win be entered agalnsl you
Dated ai Miami, Florida, this igth
day ol .\ ivember, 1951
LEGAL NOTICE
E B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit court
!:* w.M W 8TOCKINO,
Deputy Clerk
PALL" IT. SILVER A ML'LLOY
Attorneys foi H lintiff
-"i Ingrahsm Bui
Miami, Plorlda
11 30 12 7-14-21
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 23919
RE ESTATE OF
SOLOMON SVIODOR, 1.....eased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE i- herebj given thai we
filed ir final repot I and i I I
for Final Dlscha rge aa Exei itors of
the esl !' Si >L( iMl N WIGDi IR.
a..... it on the 2*1
' << in'.-. isi, we will apply t.. the
Honorable W F RLANTi >N and
FRANK H 1 iWLINO, C......ty I
1 I 'ounl l-'l irlda, for approval
ind fo fit .: .11
harge as K\. of th. Esl ite '
Si 'I.i ill! IN WIG1 >R, .1.
rhla 26th la
- JACOB WICIMIR
- HARRY XVI II I
MYBRS', HEIMAN K XPLAN
\
: 3>i :. J-14-!
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOT HEREBY ;
.....
N XV. rth Av. nu. Mian
th the
Court
I
* iNEY H LEVINE
DAVID DRI KER
... :-ii-2i
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 145319
MARY HALBERT, Plaintiff,
vs.
JOSEPH HALBERT, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: JOSEPH HALBERT
Mayfaii Apartments
Atlantic Cltv, New J.
I I, Joseph Halbert, are I
notified that a Dill of Compl tint I i
Divorce haa I.....it filed against you,
ami you are required to serve a
of your Answer or Pleading
Kin "i 'omnialnl on the plaintiff ..
ey, IRVIN SCHERR, Esq
Avenue, Miami Bea. h, F Ida, .hi i file the original Anawei ir
Pleading In the office of the
I ol the Circuit Conn on or before
11tli day of January, 1952 If you
, to do so, Judgment by default will be
t.ik.-n agalnsl you tor the relief
mended In the BUI of 'omplalnt
DONE AND I iRDERED al H i
1 Florida, this 12th day ..f December.
A 11. 1951
!: B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, circuit Court
Dade County, Kl
Bj i: li RICE,
Denuti C
(Circuit Court Seal)
IRVIN SCHERR Esq
PlaintIf I
L'L'ii'i Conn- Vve
Miami Ben. h, Fl >i

41 Beach
.' I4-21-2S -
1-1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
ind ... i |
.- name of
XVOLFIE'S RAXDWR'H SHOP, at
. lne Lincoln Road. Miami j;
Ida, Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this
day of November, 1951.
ONE LINCOLN ROAD, INC,
XVEINKLE & KESSLER
Attorne)
814 Seybotd Building
U 30 12 1-11-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
KICK JAY ELECTRONICS, at 1489
Alton Road. Miami Beach, Fla in-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Dade
County, Florida.
BERNARD SPECTOR
JEROME MELTZ
i m neri
II 'SO 12 7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAMF LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN I
the imdert. ... rlna to ens i- a
,; Ictltl i- nan of
RENEE'S 5226 Wesl Fl
Streel Fla., Intends to res
-. th tl
11.,-... i 'ounf
DOROTHY RICHMAN
Sole i ii' i.....
..... :
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TW =
ELEVENTH JUDICAL CIRCUIT CF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No 14592
VI \ E S XL. iXV
I! HA "' VLOW, Del ;
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
H XRVEY SAL" 'XV
>: \
i' --... \'.
Y hi: VRVEY S XL. >W
! el .I.-.
I : has heei !
.

the ltd if Com plain I
i.laiul
\-
I
Xns the
of the Clerk of I on
or I"
.....
ia
the re In the B
. 'omnlalnt
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
' th d iv ..:' 11..
A D. I I!
i: B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
l i.mI.- ."-.iiin>. Floi i l I
(Circuit Court Seal)
By xv M \v STl iCKIN I,
Deputy Clerk
MYERS, HEIMAN .X: KAPLAN
Attorneys for Plaintiff
850 s.vlioM Building
Miami. Florida
12 21-28 1 1-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
notice is Hereby oiven thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name
FLORIDA Bl'S'lNESS BROKERS, at
235 W ;' i Streel Intends to res -
i^t, i said name Ith the "lei k >f I hi
Co of Dade I 'ountj I
IRVING Sl'SSMAN
Sole t iwner
STEPHEN !' KESSLER
Attot nes f. App
32 ii u I ,..
Miami Fla
:
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai
the ir i I. ring to engage
business undei the fictitious name of
8th AVENI'E Sl'NDRY SHOP, al I
8, W Ith Avenue, Miami. Fla., In-
tends to reglste aid name Ith the
Clerk of th. I Court of I >ade
1 i I
ELLA M. KENNEDY
s de i iwner
STEPHEN F KESSLER
Attornej foi Applicant
jjoo W Flaglet Sti eel
n 30 12 7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ST'SAN APARTMENTS, st 1082 Palm
Avenue, Hlaleah, Intends to register
-ail nsma with the Clerk of 'he cir-
cult Courl "f Dade County, Florida
SUNBEAM HOMES INC
A i- loi Ida i lorporatlon
MAX IL BILVER
Attorney for Applicants
922 Sej bold Kiiildlng
Miami. Floi i
II 3.1 12 7-14-21
SEITLIN S COMPANY
PERSONAL
AND
COMMERCIAL
COVERAGES
PHONE 9-3836
I* N. C. *n ST. MIAMI 33. FLA.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 14594?
CE8A RE BOERI I, Plaintiff.
Vfl
LENA BOERO, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: LENA BOERO
Castelnuevo Cal
1Ti>\ inct ol Astl
ll.iiv
You, LENA BOERO Caatelnuevo
Calcea. Province if Astl Italy, are
herebj notified that a Bill of i
for divorce has i.....n
il v iu, and you are i equlred to
-r.. :i copy of your Answei r Plea I
Ing to the BUI Of Complaint
Attorne]. Harold 8h u>i:
927 Line iln It.....I. Mlai
da and file the original Ai
pleading In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
17th day of January. 1952. If you
fall to .1" so, i idgmenl bj d.
will be taken agalnsl
relief d llll of C
'' DONE AND I IRDERED al M
this 19th day of Deci
X 1. 1951
i: B LEATHERMAN
Clerk. Cl uii Couri
Dade 'ountj, Floi I
' s. i i
Bj i: h RICE, R ,
l lenutj Clerk
HARl 'LD MHAPIRO
Attornej for Pla tlfl
;.-'T Lincoln R iad
Miami Beach. Hoi
12 31-28 l t-ll
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 14589.
HAROLD ROSEN, Plaintiff.
\ i
DIXJA ROSEN. Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: OLGA ROSEN
c/o David Drucker
IJl Clark Place
Bronx, N.Y
YOU are required to serve
of vour answer to the i>i;i of on
for dlvorct on plaintiff's attorney, ai d
to file the oi Iglnal snswe the ;1
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
or before the 16th das Of January.
1952; otherwise, the bill of compla i I
for divorce, heretofore filed herein,
will I- taken bs confessed by you.
DATED St Miami. Mlorlda, this t.tn
av ,.f Deoember. ;^V,.,KMVN
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
.Circuit Court SesDw STOCKrNa,
Deoutj Clerk
MICHAEL M. ISKNKKK.:
Attorney for Plaintiff
I in; Blscayne ituiiding
Miami. Florida.
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-Jmlsr Heritor
FRIDAY. DECEMBER
21. 19SI

HrvnsUu 0mivpm
Scholarship To
SteUvmbomrh
Only 21. Herbert Kr-
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4955 Delaware Avenue. M
Beach, has received a Stale De-
partment S.
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Africa.
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