The Jewish Floridian

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

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Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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Volume 24Number 52
g^g"; THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 28. 1951
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Torrential Rains And Floods Disrupt Israel's Communications
JERUSALEM (JTA) Thou- earlv nart of this ,,i, __j______
JERUSALEM (JTA) Thou-
sands upon thousands of Israeli
Imer. women and youth labored to
repair some of the damage caus-
led by more than a week of tor-
Irentia! rains, howling wind and
Iraging flood in all parts of the
I country. At the same time, pre-
parations were being hurried to
Ihold back new floods that are ex-
Ipected with the resumption of
I rains forecast for late today.
Although the rains let up in
[various parts of the country the
&f$ -^V5w Ssh'Age'cv JSSSTSS. the I 2&S the S^ Zi' IAviv with othe' were not
from the mountains is endanger- 'go-ahead signal for thp'rnrtr..re wome.n.s organization. They were functioning.
IM^*"16"*"*"^ The Musrara wadi- erted
2A'!rJ?e?JP*'** The govem: ing for evaeWsVrr^immigrant was cancelled s^thaft^ > n#DR t0"ent J>y flood
work villages and agricultural ass is of yes Srday aVleaS wate-rs' overflowed verec
set lements. This was in addition 5.000 children haI been evacu
othlr nXTS MthC SChls and !ated from immigranf camps "n
thousand nfmin1"88 t0 reCeiVe ;addition to many homeless family
s of men, women and! units, but in the intervening 24
ment has officially called on all
parts of the population not to re-
lax their efforts to aid the disas-
ter victims and to prepare defens-
es against new trouble.
The Israeli Cabinet's major
agenda item was consideration of
the flood situation. Premier David
Ben-Gurion. following lengthy
\Ben-Gurion Charges
ZOA Is Bankrupt
children.
Courage Praised
Praise for the spirit shown by
the Israeli people in this amerg-
ency situation w a s voiced by-
many government and national
leaders, including Tel Aviv's
Mayor Israel Rokach who pointed
out that despite an acute clothing
the Hatikvah quarter of Tel Aviv.
Its inhabitants were evacuated
to other sections of the city for
temporary shelter. Tel Aviv's
buses were taken off their reg-
ular runs to be used to evacuate
the Hatikvah quarter residents
and others. Boats from Tel Aviv
port were sent along the coast tj
NEW YORK CITY (AJP>Re-
Ibuttals from U.S. Zionist leaders
I here to Prime Minister Ben-Gur-
lon's charge that few came to Is-
Irael to build the Jewish State
I ranged this week from "most un-
I fortunate and ill-timed" to a
I countercharge that Israeli leader-
I ship had blundered in the past by
I not sufficiently encouraging the
| Zionist movement in Ameria.
Ber-Gurion's speech before the
ing by donating thousands of
blankets, coats, sweaters, shoes
. and underwear for relief pur-
Knesset on the subject of immi- j poses.
gration touched off the wave of j With the permission of the
sharp statements here. The prime Chief Rabbinate thousands of
minister charged that Zionist civilian volunteers left their
hours additional hundreds of per-
sons have been rescued from
camps and settlements which
were no longer habitable. As of,>
yesterday it was known that 29 pick up stranded families in iso
or the 163 Maabarot had been | lated settlements,
severely damaged by the storms. In northern Israel, the settle-
In line with the Premier's ord- i ment of Nahariya, which had
1 "2J......6 er,s for emergency relief, the Min- Ibeen flooded in the first davs of
shortage residents of the city re- istry of Education has been given the heavy gale which swem the
sponded to a call for warm cloth- I full power to make all schools I country, wfs flooded again and
available to evacuees, while the
Ministry of Trade and Industry
has been authorized to issue food
its inhabitants were forced to
seek shelter in the hills. Planes
of the Israeli airforce are mak-
leaders in the United States
"went bankrupt" after the found-
ing of Israel in 1948.
"There were not five leaders
who got up to go to Israel after
the State was established," Ben-
(Continued on Page 4 A)
Combined Jewish Appeal Campaign
Appoints Chairmen; Maps Activities
Three famfriaV names, high in [the "l952 Combined Jewish Ap-
the roster of community welfare peal, it has been announced by
gTwmXt ofun.t^rm^n for heater Miami Jewish Feder-
lation.
Mrs. Louis Glasser has been
named chairman of the Women's
Unit for the greater Miami area.
Sam Blank heads the Pace-Set-
ters group, and Jacob Sher is in
charge of Initial Gifts.
In the Women's group. Mrs.
Glasser will receive the support
of a 13-member Advisory Coun-
cil, which includes the Mesdames
Leonard Abess. Louis Altschul.
Benjamin E. Bronston, William
Capland. Joseph Cherner. Anna
Brenner Meyers. Stanley C. My-
ers, Charles Ratner. Monte Selig.
Jacob Sher, Sam Simonhoff, Mil-
ton Sirkin and Mrs. Carl Wein-
kle.
Division Chairmen in the Wom-
en's Unit include the Mesdames
Jack Ablin. Patron's Division;
Leo Chaikin, Sponsors Division;
Aaron Farr, Honor Division; Sol
Leslie, Security Division; David
Catsman and Harold Rand,
Young Matron's Division; Irving
Lehrman, Life Lunch Division;
Pollv Gershon and Ruth Gross,
Business & Professional Divis-
ion; and Mrs. Irwin Weinstein,
Purim Festival Day.
A series of brunches, lunch-
eons, and teas has been planned
for January by the Women s
group, Mrs. Glasser announced,
to be highlighted by a Women's
Patron's Luncheon featuring Eva
Le Gallienne, famed actress of
stage, screen, and radio. Plans
are also being discussed for a
presentation similar to last year s
College Of Community Knowl-
edge, which attracted a record
turnout of greater Miami's wom-
en leaders. .
The Pace-Setters unit, under
the leadership of Sam Blank.
nears the final phase of its ar-
rangements for the January th
dinner at the home- of the chair-
mThe Initial Gifts unit, headed
by Jacob Sher. has been at work
since the early days of the cam-
paign. Its effort will be climaxed
at the Initial Gifts Dinner at the
Martinique Hotel on 3mwry
10th, where Dr. Abba H.llel Sil-
ver will deliver the principal ad-
dress. A capacity audience of
several hundred is expected to
attend the affair. Final plans for
the dinner event will be set at
a Worker's Luncheon January
Sam Blank 8th.
homes on the Sabbath yesterday
to help put the Maabarot back
rations to the disaster victims. ing regular sweeps over the coun-
nications services were try to observe and report condi-
tions. Cargo planes and Piper
Cubs are being sent to drop food
to isolated settlements.
The Israeli Army, which has
also ordered to give top priority
to relief needs.
Disrupt Communications
---------------! Road transport into Tel Aviv
into shape. While women's i was brought to a virtual stand- : taken over relief and'rescue oper-
groups organized soup kitchens, still this week-end by flood wat-jations in the Maabarot, the im-
men and boys dug and hammered I ers which submerged highways migrant work camps, candied all
as mud was removed and dam- jfnd washed out bridges. Roads leaves in a number of army units
aged housing was repaired or new | linking Tel Aviv and nearly Pe- j and ordered personnel to stand
shelters constructed. i tach Tikvah were imnassahl* k,. frr omoraonoioc am a*,^
shelters constructed. I tach Tikvah were impassable.
Co-operating to the fullest ex- Service on the railway line was
tent were the army, local mu- ** "
nicipal councils, scouting organ-
izations and women's groups.
Notable among the latter were
the Working Women's Council,
bv for emergencies. All firemen,
. police and first aid reservists
brought to a halt as flood waters have been alerted for rescue op-
from the hills covered the rail erations. The army reported that
lines. Even telephone communi- evacuation of imperilled immi-
cations were disrupted b y the grant camps had been almost
storm and most lines linking Tel | completed.
Break Up Bombing Of Hialeah Center
The latest in a series of terrorist bombing attempts against the church in the early morning
Greater Miami synagogues, aborted early Tuesday morning when
an armed police guard chased a black sedan from the Hialeah-Miami
Springs Jewish Community Center.
Patrolman Edwin Kraft of Hialeah described the car occupied
by two men as a 1938 Pontiac sedan with left tail light out of com-
mission. The description was sub-
sequently broadcast to all police
through South Florida.
At 2 a.m.. Kraft was standing
: guard before the Jewish Center
' armed with a machine gun when
'the auto diove up. The occupants
struck a nijtch. and Kraft leaped
from his station, but the car
link between the latest attempt
and five previous moves against
synagogues in the area. Officials
said that the stick of dynamite
used against the church was of
the identical make and strength
of those previously used in at-
speeded awav. Kraft was unable tacks on Jewish Centers. The dy-
to shoot because worshippers namite was found on the steps of
were leaving a midnight mass
service at nearby St John The
Apostle Catholic Church and ap-
[ peared to be in his line of fire.
The bombing attempt, the
tenth in a series of dynamitings
since last summer, came on the
heels of a terroristic effort against
the Saints Peter and Paul Catho-
lic Church of Miami made last
hours.
Increased Reward
Meanwhile, efforts have been
made to increase the posted S9.-
000 reward for information lead-
ing to the apprehension of the
terrorists. The Greater Miami Co-
ordinating Committee Against
Bombings, formed several weeks
ago. said. "It is our understand-
ing, that reward offers to date
include those from the cities of
Miami and Miami Beach, the
Jewish War Veterans, the Anli-
(Cuntmued on Page 3Ai
Weinkle Names Campaign Treasurers;
Speakers, Entertainers To Spark Teas
Swinging irto action upon his ^lobe-girdling program
acceptance of leadership of the i fieij 0f rehabilitation
1952 Combined Jewish Appeal. sett]ement carried out
in
and
by
Ul -
re-
the
Sunday with a home-made bomb Chairman Carl Weinkle thi week nutribut'on Convrittee the
which had failed to explode. Po- announced appointments of top Joint uistiibut.on comrr.mee. t...
lice immediately established a officers in the campaign organ- United Palestine Appeal and the
Jacob Sher
ization.
Mr. Charles Fruchtman and
Mrs. Carl Weinkle were named
campaign treasurers to serve with | WeinkleTast week the chairman
Dan Ruskin. president ^>f the received autographs of more than
United Service for New Ameri-
cans.
At the reception honoring
' Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
150 presidents of local Jewish.
tion for the coming year. Twelve | organizations, pledging their in-
of greater Miami s leading phil- djviduai support and group co-
anthropic workers have been operation m the 1952 Combined
selected as vice chairmen on Mr. Jewjsh Appeal. Both Weinkle
Weinkles campaign cabinet, it
was also announced earlier this
week. They include Mrs. Louis
Altschul. Sam Beckerman. Moses
Ginsburg. Benjamin Kane. Sam
Katz. Marcie Liberman, Sam
Luby. I. L. Mintzer, Joseph A.
Richter. Sam Rost. Lawrence T.
, Sapero and Harry Sirkin.
and Federation president Da:".
1 Ruskin emphasized the need for
wider individual participation :n
this pear's campaign and urged
a deeper feeling of community
j responsibility on the part of
greater Miami's residents.
A broad, flexible time-table 0
Combined Jewish Appeal acti<
Mrs. Louis Glasser
Positions of leadership are be- ; has now been approved by
ing filled in all working units, heads and will be anno.:
| Chairman Weinkle reported, and shortlv, Chairman Weinkle Stat-
groups are getting under way, ed. Outstanding in this schedule
planning workers meetings and 0f events will be a commu
schedulirg their major events for jmass rally on January 15th. fea-
the next four months. (turing two nationally known
With the drive tentatively slat- j speakers The major actior-
ed to get under way by mid- groups for 1952 delude Pace-
. January^ extensive plans are al-! Setters. Initial Gifts Women.
jreadv Vet for many luncheons. Winter Residents. Hotels. Trade,
brunches and dinner meetings and Professions. Metiopolit-n
during that month. Internation- .and Youth. These solicitation, un-
allv famous speakers and enter- its include approximate^ 1,200
lUiners will appear at these major volunteer workers. *!
functions to tell the story of Jew- more will be needed. Chairman
'ry's great need in 1952, of the Wemkle_dclared;_
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FRIDAY. DECEMBER
Beth Jacob Sisters
Have Chanuka Affair
Ladies of the Sisterhood of
Beth Jarob Congregation will
have as their theme. Dedication
of Youth to Religious Freedom.
at an annual Chanuka meeting
and social on Sunday. December
30th. 8 p.m.. in David Whitman
Hall. 311 Washington Avenue.
Children of the Religious
School will open the meeting
with a candle-lighting ceremony
and holiday songs. Highlight of
the evening win be a presenta-
tion by the dramatic group of the
Miami Beach Masada on a radio
playlet, entitled. The Maccabees.
Leonard Snyderman. director of
the group, will also appear in the
cast.
Presiding will be Mrs. Alfred
A. Lesser. Mrs. Jack Hirsch will
head a group of hostesses includ-
ing the Mesdames Harry Genet.
Moses Grieger. Benjamin Kayo.
Joseph Cohen. William Kline.
Samuel Deutch. David Whitman.
J Sabshis. Louis Makovskv. Bess
Felt. Milton W. Smith. Henrv
Chill. M J. Safra. John Starr.
Harry Zeilinger. Anna R Be: ou.
Louis Shafkin and Pauline Thur-
ston.
H.M < .ihi.ili Has
S' The second half of the annual
Chanuka Maccabiah will be held
at Shenandoah Park, on Sunday.
December 30th. at 10 a.m.
Twelve Miami Jewish Schools
participate in the Torch
relay, Parade of Participants,
athletic games and song contest
The winning school will be giv-
en the Tel Aviv Art award of a
C inuka ir.enorah presented
through the courtesy >: Mrs Ma-
tilda Ratner. Individual wini
will be awarded specially des
e i Maccabiah ribbons.
The Maccabiah constitut
. I -together of all Jewish sch
": Miami and Miami Beach and
is sponsored by the Bureau of
Jewish Education of Greater Mi-
annually ;n celebration of
v" u::uka.
Home Team Defeats
Johnny and Mack. 4540
The Home Team of the Miam;
Jewish Community Center, com-
' boys 14 and under, de-
i d the Johnny and Mack
Tear.-, in a basketball tilt last
Friday.
The score was 45 to 40.
The Home Tearr. continues to
in undeteute.i. following two
previous victories over the Beth
David Five High score in the
game for the Center was scored
bv I.en Swimmer who made a
total of ten points High for the
Johnny and Mack Team was
M:k. McGraw's 26 points.
Chicago Club
The Chicago Club of Greater
Miami will celebrate its annual
New Year's Eve Party. Decem-
ber 31st, .it Marvies Restaurant,
i. living Schatzman. chair-
man announced.
Tau tpsilun Phi
Vlvihjvs Studentn
Recently pledged by Tau Ep-
|silon Phi social fraternity at the
I University of Miami were Mat-
Ithew Becker. 1121 SW 2nd Street:
1 Howard Fisher. 420 SW 62nd
Court: Arnold Friedman, 1931 SW
14th Terrace: Leslie Lang. 5300
SW 4th Street: Kenneth Chait-
I man. 6912 Byron Avenue; Joe
Clein. 2637 Flamingo Drive: Bur-
ton Farber. 1358 Pennsylvania
Avenue: Barton Goldberg. 1238
Pennsylvania Avenue; Herman
Nadler, 540 15th Street; Robert
Rich. 3328 Garden Avenue; Joe
Teitelbaum. 937 Meridian Aven-
ue; Norman Freeman. Hopewell,
Virginia; Irving Blockman. Mem-
phis. Tennessee: Alan Goldstein.
Atlanta. Georgia: George Saks.
Garfield. yew Jersey: Arthur
Jacowitz. Newark. New Jersey;
Jack Lipman. Arthur Shnetman,
Lawrence Goldstein, Morton Last,
i Tom Kneitel. Steven Frieder, all
I of New York City; Norman
Schecter. Monticello, New York;
Harry Becker. Flushing, New
York; and Morton Thaler, For-
est Hills. New York.
Officers of the Pledge Class
1 are Howard Fisher, president;
Robert Rich, vice president: Les-
lie Lang, secretary: Burton Far-
ber, treasurer: Tom Kneitel, ser-
geant at arms: and George Saks,
parliamentarian. Leslie Lang has
been appointed press secreiar\
! the Honor Court of the Uni-
versity of Miami.
Barry L. Garber. 2828 SW 7th
Avenue. w..s recently elected
Chancellor of Tau Ep'silon Phi.
led to the office
on the resignation of Jerome
Schwartzman, Washington, D.C.
Fleeted delegates to the Na-
tional Convention held in Atlan-
ta. Georgia, were Garber. Rich-
ard Gillman, 6000 Red Road: and
Ferdie, 929 Malaga Av-
enue. The Convention is sched-
uled for this weekend.
MORGENTHAU CONFERS ON BOND DRIVE,
SURVEYS USE OF FUNDS IN ISRAEL
DAK WORKERS $5 fcp.S?
COLORED MAmc FARE
PART TIME OR FU,?5T,.
,N-^'VATE HOMESMB
SPECIALIZING
Hotel Maidi *V_.
ACE EMPLOYMENT
127 N.E. lit Ave. p"\
" Charge EmZyJ'3*"
SUNRAYPARK
HEALTH RESORT
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RIQ4J
Alpha Tau Dance
Tie Alpha Tau chapter. Alpha ''
Epsilon phi. University >>f Flor-1
ida. will present its annual Holi- '
lay Dance in the Panorama '
Room of the Fleetwood Hotel
tomorrow evening. 8:30 p.m.
Henry Morgenthau. Jr.. chairman of the Board of Governors of
the S500.000.000 State of Israel Bond drive, is shown above) as he
conferred with Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion during his
recent visit to Israel. Below. Mr. Morgenthau inspects construc-
tion at the Kharsah ceramics plant in Beersheba. being built with
funds provided through the Bond Issue. Mr. Ben-Gurion expressed
his gratification at the results being achieved in the Israel Bond
drive in the United States, and voiced complete confidence in the
ultimate success of the drive. Through their subscriptions to the
Bond Issue. Americans must provide the capital for Israel's histor-
ic program of economic development.
Chanukah will mean more to ^^____________
your children this year, it will *
mean more to them each succeed- Beth El Hears Grossman
Ulg year, if their Chanukah gifts
are in the form of State of Is-
rael Bonds. These Bonds are a
symbol of your children's pledge ,
to the children, of Israel of their
fellowship in the struggle for a
happier future.
West Miami Center
Members of the West Miami
Jewish Center will hold their i
New Year's Eve party on Mon-
day. December 31st. Committee
in charge of arrangements in-
cludes Joel Hoch. Irving Finn.
Mrs. Selma Shind. Bernard Wein- '
er, Murray Sparaga. Ben Harris
ind M in..- Harris.
Maurice Grossman, executive
director of the Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center, will
be guest speaker at the late Fri-
day evening services at Congre-
gation Beth El. His topic will be
based on current events.
Tew. sever know hen one or mart
f these common ailmeau mar
coma along and Interfere with rot*
work or pleasure. So be wiseban
B plentiful supply of AiaStM
ea head tar tfceawkk nfitf u offer*.
Just drop an AJka-Seltier tablet
st two a* a flue of water, let K
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Made with mild Honey. Rye Flour and
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Digestive and Dietary Aid.
Ask for it at your Grocery or Health Food Store
Wholesale Distribution by
Cochran Distributing Company
1717 N. W. 7th Avenue. Miami, Florida
' :
Gables Center Party
The Coral Gables Jewish Cen-
ter's Annual New Year's Ev
Party will be held at the Col
Club Restauran: on Con,: Wav.
Mondav Evening. December 31st.
Reservations mav be made bv I
calling the Center office. 48-8073.
Israel will celebrate Chanukan
in the midst of scarcity, ration-
ing, and austerity. Your Chanu-
kah gifts of Israel Bond> will
symbolize your partnership with
Israel's brave pioneers Tf
who receive the Bor.ds from vou '
will treasure them ., t of j
their partnership in Israel's fu- I
When You/ Tablets Get Down to 4
That s the Time to Buy Sine MORE
SAFETY GLASS INSTALLED IN ALL CARS
W TO LOCK A HARDWARE
EXPERT REPAIRS ON HYDRAULIC WINDOWS
Sales and Service at
1304 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 9-3144
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Special Attention to Motel
a Apartment House Orders
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, j,-j To the Jewish family, it is important that 1
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We fully share this concern and take part ular
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Our thorough knowledge and reverent under-
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28. 1951
Brandeis Auxiliary
Elects Officers
Election of officers was held
at the last business meeting of
the Louis D. Brandeis Auxiliary
jjo, 199. Free Sons of Israel.
Appointed to posts were Miss
Edna Finberg, president; Mrs.
Moe Plotkin, 1st vice president;
Mrs. Mac LeBost, 2nd vice presi-
dent: Miss Meryl Wasserman, re-
cording secretary; Mrs. Harry
Schulrlina, corresponding secre-
tary; Mrs. Harry Spring, finan-
cial secretary; Mrs. Hy Edwards,
treasurer; Mrs. Jack Levine,
chaplain: Mrs. Sam Gordon, par-
liamentarian; Mrs. Lonis^Sachar-
off, tyler; and Mrs. Leslie C.
Rome. Mrs. Julius Jacoby and
Mrs. David Zangwill, trustees.
New Board members are Mrs.
Harvey Herman, Mrs. Daniel
Stein and Mrs. Ethel Jacobson.
Installation will be at the Colony
Restaurant, Miami, on January
13th.
An initiatory decree and Chan-
uka Party was held by the Auxil-
iary last night at the Seacomber
Hotel. Miami Beach.
Golden Age Club
Hears Mamehes
Henry Garrison, 2307 SW 10th
Street, has been reelected presi-
dent of the Golden Age Friend-
ship Club of the Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center, Mi-
ami Branch, at an election meet-
ing held last Sunday afternoon
at_e Center building.
iJPli!r ffiC?IS 0f the club a:
2nd 3.Lpres,d.eJnt- Hyman Kam;
trh- ?J>n?'dont- Rose Wein-
traub. 3rd vice president, Lillie
HBrrer?,f,te,n7: financial secretary!
Harriet Zimmerman: recording
secretary, Rose J. Shlivek; cor-
responding secretary. Mr. F. SieE-
el; social secretary, Goldie Rosen-
berg and treasurer, Louis Wcin-
lidUD.
The club also celebrated its
regular monthly birthday party.
Louis Cohen, 80 years of age, en-
tertained with accordion and vo-
cal solos. On Sunday afternoon,
December 30th. 2 p.m., the club
will celebrate Chanuka. and Can-
tor Maurice Mamches will be the
featured artist.
-Jtnlstifkririinn
Attempt Bombing Of Hialeah Center
("Continued from Page 1 A)
Defarration League. McAllister
Post of the Veteran* of Foreign
Wars. Miami Beach Elks, Miami
Beach Exchange Club and the
Miami Beach Optimist Club, as
well as other groups and individ-
uals. The latest dynamite at-
tempts against the Saints Peter
and Paul Church reflects the ex-
tremely serious community-wide
nature of the bombing attacks."
In a further effort to entice
more vigorous Federal Bureau of
Investigation probings. the state-
ment continued, "Such attempted
physical destruction of a church
emphasizes the attempted in-
fringement of the constitutional
right of freedom of religion by
the dynamiters."
FBI Aid
A promise that the Justice De-
partment will swing into action if
evidence is discovered that civil
rights were violated in the re-
cent wave was made this week
by US Attorney General J. How-
ard McCrath. McGrath's pledge
was contained in a letter to Rep.
Louis B. Heller (TD-NY). Heller
had warned that unless Federal
steps were taken to combat the
bombings in the Greater Miami
area, he would introduce a bill
before Congress early next year
providing "most severe" penal-
ties against vandals.
The Greater Miami Coordinat-
ing Committee Against Bombings
headed by Burnett Roth, is com-
prised of representatives of the
Anti-Defamation League, Jewish
War Veterans, Greater Miami
Rabbinical Association and the
Greater Miami Synagogue Coun-
cil, in cooperation with the Great-
er Miami Ministerial Association,
Greater Miami Council of
Churches, American Legion, Vet-
erans nf Foreign Wars, National
Association for the Advancement
of Colored People and many
other local civic groups.
New Threats. Vandalism
A blast late Tuesday night kill-
ed Harry Moore, coordinator of
the National Association lor the
Advancement of Colored People.
2-1776
509 N. E. 1Sth St.
Miami
5-3528
Miami Beach
LADY TO SHARE
cLT-.C.r,ner ^"om apartment.
locked. To obey
ury i,wt. R#a,on.ble price.
Call 5-9312
Mrs. Bessie Jacobson
500 Pennsylvania Awe.
f.rt,T middle aoed widow,
fireLS s char*cter and back-
like 9od hmemaker; would
jj to meet refined gentleman
I r/i" ,90od POtition. Write B.
97f Miami 18, Flo.
at his home in Mims. Florida.
Sheriff J. b. Henderson, of the
Miami police, subsequently sent
two of his top aides, Charles
Zmuda and John Tyler, to the
scene of the bombing. William
Kimbrough, Coral Gables safety
director, meanwhile disclosed thai
an anonymous phone call on
Wednesday warned that further
terroristic attacks were in the
offing
Kimbrough indicated that the
caller, who spoke with a heavy
foreign accent, boasted of fu-
ture attacks. "We just want to
let you know we've got plenty
of dynamite left. We have no
preference as to what kind of
church it is. We intend to go
on bombing churches," the anony-
mous caller is reported to have
said.
In a subsequent statement,
Burnett Roth said. "While most
of these incidents of' violence
have taken place in the Miami
area, there are many indications
that a pattern is being set which,
unfortunately, may well inspire
totalitarian groups to emulate,
these actions in other parts of
the state and nation." Roth stat-
ed that his committee sees a
"definite relationship" between
the Miami incidents and the
Mims outrage.
Vandals have meanwhile at-
tacked the Greater Miami Jewish
Community Center. 450 SW 16th
Avenue, Maurice Grossman, cen-
ter director, reported. Between
11 p.m.. Tuesday night, and 7
a.m., Wednesday morning, some
13 window screens of the build-
ing were slashed with sharp in-
struments.
FBI agent Robert Wall, in
charge of the Florida area, an-
nounced that his preliminary in-
vestigations into the Miami
bombings have been concluded
and sent to Washington. He made
no comment regarding his find-
ings.
Camp CarlyEe
Han Reunion
A reunion sponsored by Camp
Carlyle, Hendersonville, North
Carolina, will be held on Sun-
day afternoon, December 30th. at
the Miami Beach Auditorium, 2
p.m. Mrs. Jean Arnold, owner,
will be hostess.
Flying in from Cincinnati to
attend the gathering, will be Win-
ton Moeller, director of the camp
and principal of the Woodward
High School. With him. is his
wife, "Aunt Mabel", dance in-
structor, and "Uncle Abner
Kuehn, former University of Cin-
cinnati football star and boys
head counselor.
Helping in Miami with prep-
arations are "Aunt Selnia" Hay-
den, girl's head counselor, and
Ellye Hayden. Bob Shevin. Ins
Thorpe, Barbara Haas, Basbara
Pallot and Helen Kessler.
I North Dade Students
I Have Chanuka Party
lNoTrTS eTVenirLe' 8 P-m- the
La'tkltS' the'r Ch . Plav> scheduled to be pre-
sented under the direction 0f %$.
o^hv i?btn' Pn^ipal. with Dor-
othy Jacobson, Rhea Kiener, Hel-
sistim. apd,-f,aS01 Goodman -
** Entitled The Burning
dU0V Ht PlayeS aSt Wil> "'
rnw MK u'r.A'Vln Jost'Ph Mar-
frow- "arnld Siegel. Allen Gold-
NeiU KUnnv R,0t,h' Phvllis Cohen.
Neils Kcyes, Jeffry Green. Mich-
ael Victor. Toby Vann. Shari
nma A.?oH.fldnlyuGardner- Theodore
August and Howard Schecter.
Sunday School students will
AnTnt t.pl?,y ent'tled Darkness
And .L,8ht- Part.cipating will be
Launc August, Phyllis Boros.
hin n lrSnonV Gorda Helfen"
S Barbara Herzog, Maxine
^s n?anc&-Keyes-steven Jae-
obson Billy Hineser. Carole Koe-
nig, Roberta Pelzned, Lois San-
1* Mlkn Sejd,e- Laurie Vann.
Arnold Fleisehman and Larry
Lamke.
Offering recitations from the
Kindergarten Class will be Neil
Apfelbaum, Andy Boros, Trina
Blasscr, Norman Freidland, Re-
nee Gross, Ernest Groman, Mich-
ael Kiener, Maxine Levine, Jane
Robin Marrow, Janice Pelzner
A'vjn Pitts, Michael Shectman!
Madelyn Seidle, Howard Wakes
and Gail Lamke.
The Center has also completed
plans for its New Year's Eve
Party to be held Mondav night,
December 31st. Ruth Boros and
Claire Apfelbaum are co-chair-
men of the affair sponsored bv
the Sisterhood.
Beach Center Plans
Review; Picks Patrol
Mrs. Theodore Hankoff, presi-
dent of the Parent-Teacher As-
soc.at,on, Miami Beach Jewish
Center, announces the next regu-
iar meeting of the organization
Which will take place on Thur
am mrTg' Jan,ry 3rd, 10:30
ThiV *ne Mnte Carlo Hotel.
vehneeBar9rd30Ofa.rn,reCtOrS ^ COn"
.,i>n the ag,enda wi" be the form-
ulation of plans for the next func-
Ri, d1 er0Up' a Lu"cheon and
Book Review, scheduled the mid-
ale of January.
Sons and daughters of Center
members now attending colleges
and universities throughout the
country, will take part in the
r-riday evening service tonight.
Participating will be Morris
truchtman. University of Miami:
uioria Ooodman, daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Jerome Goodman,
Northwestern University, Jay
Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jos-
eph Linn, University of Wiscon-
sin: and Gerry Lou Rose, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M
Rse. Syracuse University.
The Service will begin at 8:30
p.m., with Rabbi Irving Lehrman
officiating. His sermon is sched-
uled as: The Voice Of A New
Generation. .
Last Thursday afternoon, the
Center presented the story of
SI)3,","1" over TeIev'S'on Station
WTVJ on the Alec Gibson show,
with a playlet directed by Mrs.
Irving Lehrman, depicting'a typ-
ical Jewish family celebrating
Chanuka at home. Taking part
in the show were Irving Cypen
Mrs. Harry M. Kaplan. Barbara
Burns and Eddie Ginsberg.
Installed at last Sunday's as-
sembly by Rabbi Lehrman was
the newly organized Safety Pa-
trol of the Religious School, Ben
PAGE 3 A
Isaac Sterne Passes
Away In Montgomery
Word has been received here
that Isaac F. Sterne, age 60, pass-
ed away on December 24th, in
Montgomery, Alabama.
Mr. Sterne is survived by his
wife Sara and by his sister, Mrs
Monte Sehg, of Miami. He was
the son of Mrs. Rosina Sterne.
The funeral took place in At-
lanta, Georgia, on December 26th.
Zion Ginsburg, chairman of the
scnool Board, announced.
Captain of the Patrol is Stan-
ey Gettis, 5th Grade. Other pa-
trolmen are Charles Horner and
Honald Rothstein, Grade 3H1-
Stanley Halpern and Gary Kao-
lan, Grade 3H2: Stanley Green-
berg and Jules Greenberg, Grade
4H; Robert Podvin and William
Treib, Grade 5H1; Shelby Fried-
land and Bernard Drucker, grade
5H2; Jerry Rosenberg, Grade 5H3;
Michael Bregman and Barry
Classman, 6H1; Sheldon Rein-
hardt and Joel Stiener, Grade
6H2; Martin Ross and Carl Sonn-
tag, Grade 4S: Roger Cohen and
Bonnie Landsman, Grade 5S: and
Carole Weisen and Linda Schoen-
feld. Grade 6S.
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FMP*Y. DtCEMBOt *
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EDITORIAL
Hkn-|pMrion'M I onfusion
Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion's attack
against the Zionist Organization of America ha*
been unfortunately timed. While American Jew-
ry and its fund raising agencies, the United
Jewish Appeal, the Jewish National Fund, the
Joint Distribution Committee and many others,
are engaged in their efforts to raise seemingly
impossible sums of money on behalf of Israel.
the Prime Minister has chosen to heap indignities
on the ZOA.
No one can condone completely ZOA's pres-
ent policy; indeed, it would not be far-fetched to
insist that the organization has little direction at
this point and that such unity of purpose spark-
ing its present effort is somewhat confused and
disparate.
But one single fact stands out sharply among
the many accusations and counter-accusations
hurled across the Atlantic. The ZOA is perhaps
not completely representative of American Jew-
ry's intentions concerning Israel, yet it is symbol-
ic of the vast effort made in recent years on be-
hclf of the new state. It remains the fountain-
head of American Jewry's sentiments and hopes.
At a time when American Jews strived and
acted beyond the bounds of human possibility
for the establishment of a homeland in Israel
with which they might spiritually identify them-
selves, when they resorted to political, military
and economic cajolery tor the creation of a haven
where European and Near Eastern Jews could
lee. Ben-Gur.on has seen fit to stale that the ZOA
.s bankrupt and lingers u> ancient dreams.
While we must stringently censure Jewish
OCjamcaM demanding pohucal influence in Israel,
we anal caatura with equal strength the Prime
M.nis:e: s observation the: American Jewish
th when they rafoM :c eut-
rOOf dmSMrni end repeir to the -new si-te.
Th s reprenM a ccnfusim oi iMMi Only :ec-
IsraeJ s attitude eras dM the American.
Jm :s secure in his tattawakaad Bad that above
.-. he must continue to operate from its shores.
Pathaps Ber. Gurions cttac-: stems' rrom his
bewilderment over present world conditions. Per
hers r. r.;s ccnrusion. he has r.oovertently Bay-
ed h.s rountrw s most ardent supporter. In cr.y
rose we must presume to think so. For, by enter-
ing into the trooas he hes engendered, we can
or. y COUM Israel to suaer. The issue of perscn-
M here our own as well as Ben-Gurion's. is
surertlous.
"LET US SIGN IT TOGETHER"
l4Vs Xe l.o.-.l
Delegates c: major American communities
met with a tone cf maturity at the annual Na-
t.cr-al Ccrderer.ee of the United Jewish Appeal
held last November 14th to 16th. in Atlantic City.
They listened end questioned leaders of the
United Palestine Appeal, the Joint Distribution
Committee and the United Service for New Amer-
icans on their 1S52 piens and then voted approv-
al ci a Si51,500.000 goal set by UJA for next
year.
We believe that the adoption represents a
sober understanding of UJA's needs. We believe,
too. that it is an attainable and realistic goal. In
1948, the proclamation cf Israel statehood sparked
- Civil Liberties Denied
Last Tuesday's attempted bornbina i 1
lech-Miami Spring. Jewish CommiJ^
came on the heels of an attack aqaiMt^,*l
Peter and Paul Catholic Church ecdTs I
morning. Y auadcj|
The attack against the church is the s, 1
such in the Greater Miami area directed a I
a non-Jewish House of Worship. This estabSS
beyond question the fact that no single miJ!|
group. Negro or Jewish, has been isolated11
bating. Further, it stresses the community-.
nature of the problem.
Many gracious words have been spoken
Christian residents regarding flagrant vioUym
of guaranteed liberties. With Sunday's mridej
fortunately unsuccessful. non-Jewish' person,* I
our community have been undeniably drawn I
to the issue. While many groups are actrvehl
engaged at the moment in an effort to foml
Federal investigation of this seemingly local n|
ter. the FBI has retaliated with a constant retail
The Bureau insists it can not lend its suppmj
m the apprehension of the terrorists until aith|
lotion of civil liberties has been proven.
But in this insistence on proof which the ru
seems actively to be seeking, it is si.~iltar.eouh|
if unofficially, aiding local enforcement acendrf
in the search. Thus, it would appear that
common goal is being worked toward by
levels of criminal investigation.
The question, however, cf an cttark agciaJ
civil liberties no longer remains to be ai
Lest Wednesday's call to a police official .
ing that the terrorists had greet quantities of i
ncmite for use against all House oi Wool
regardless of faith, underscores together with L
cttcck against Saints Peter end Paul tins ::r.
the raising of SI50.000.000. In 1952 when
need for consolidating the achievements oi thJ
new state is so urgent, we trust American lewifj
will accomplish this latest goal rapidly.
Israel's need is as greet today as it was:
mediately following the War cf Liberation. N
problems have displaced the old. F.ehabilrtatai
of the land and its citizens can be ccr.s.deiedi
less important than was the fight for freedom.
United Jewish Appeal recognizes this, and d
must make purposeful the recognition, by givinjJ
Ben-Gurion Charges ZOA Is Bankrupt;
Broudy Excuses Organization Attack

: A
-U:
Surma decsaTaa1 I don't mam-
tejr would have been fol-
:--.y would
i that Zionism, vis
meaning at least in

_ A t-.er -oint in his address.
I large waves of
gratsoa I IsraeL such as
lra<; Yemen
r.sshed Ex-
-
V
-ere
- -?
":.-{ :t atta.es by Zkausts
-
i>n.-Gunon*s reference to
Aerica sad Zionist Waderi here.
America the
most unfortunate
roan the
which the Israel Goveraraeet is
uartrrgnaaai as a result of the
itutni r nraar bad
HI struggling.
s iiecuane a
; ---:-
red to shift the tilinai aaaa
erieaa 7 thrusts for
difficult sitaatiwu which
abty *"** from
other hardships faced by a r*wiy
bom cour r~.
Dwmiwn Ber.-Gu.-Tc-. s Kast
as -"matt aaf ortvnate and HI tim-
ed. ~ Browat? aaaaataaaad that "at
.-.---_..-_- -. :
Arrencaa Ztorsft leaders
which preveaaed the Israel Gov-
: freas caaag ash: f2j
leadership of Israel to "seek to
re v.ve the treat enthusiasm
which greeted the rebirth oi Is-
rael ~ Rabbi Pinkos Churgin. na-
tional president of Mirxa
ntained that Ben-Gunon
"cannot properly level his criti-
cism against American
leadership
The leadershio of Israel and
the onme r- de-
clared, "had blundered m the
past by not utilizing the tremen-
dous enthusiasm of American
Jews when the State was pro-
daimed in IMS. More encourage-
ment should r^\e been given

the Zionist movement in Amer-
..a
Zionist sources,
while. squteMd in comment on
Ben-Gunon bomb sheJL
a- ; .- ;_-..r-
presadeat Leasing J. Rosenwald
-^stroagry rejected- what he term-
ed -lmnhrataaas" of Bes-Gurxm's
speech, atoseawald. clauaiag that
Ben-Gunon "has nude it
that the ptnfaluu of
1 r ..:;:::-!
bat i
sassBtv Israel with
I mil f III -'- Jen
team have
i- sasetaai --^: ^
rar-

Locker repcrted that he had
recently conferred with Ben-
Gurion at a meeting concerned
with formulating major immigra-
tion policy and that during the
proceedings ia Israel it was made
clear that out of North Africa
and Rumania alone several hun-
dreds of thousands of Jews were
preparing for transport to Israel.
"From these and a number of
other countries."* Locker disclos-
ed, "the Jewish Agency expects
to transport a minimum of 120.-
000 Jews to Israel."
Locker said that the Jewish
State was prepared to accept
more than the expected 120.000
immigrants during the coming
year in the event money is avail-
a~le. but added that in no case
would fewer he admitted.
The Jewis- Agency official im-
plied that Ber.-Gunon"s reference
to a slash in immigration rev
ed about the fact that a number
- were unwilling to
allow Jews to emigrate rather
-. fewer Jews being a tie to go
to IsraeL
A wave of resentment to Ben-
Gurion's blast at I'S Zionist
leaders was evident in the top
echelons cf Zmmtan here. Feel-
ings ran higr In the words of
one ZOA ofhciaL Ber.-Gvmon's
eves of the American people and
reanarks --embarrassed us in the.
kesaeswd oar effectiveness in
such matters as grants-u^aid to
with the Government on
IsraeL-
Oa Zionist ofSoaL who asked
that a aaaae be withheld be-
faei. sarcastically remarked that
caaas aot have -gr-
for Ju-
of
gift'* than
h* r-ayiag of
In the field of A : -an J1
ish activity. Cherr.-:: d Hal
al Campaign chairman of
fr.ited Jewish Ap?*^- tm 1!
to 1951. He is nat assoc
bond
t Organ
tions of Amenca H *ork
gamratiors ra AT.en-s
Joint D. ^ommiriB
the Jewish Nat r Fund.
Cherner Appointed Chairman Nations
Campaign Council, Zysman Reports
Joseph Cherner. American Jewish philanthrop
has accepted the chairmanship of the National Campaign Coi
for the Florida winter operation of the J500.000.00-i State Of.
Independence Bond Drive Mr. Cherner*s acceptance confi
here this week bv Associate National Field Director David ZysjBJ
director of the State of Israel Bond Campaign foi
Office in Miami Beach.
For many yeass a prominent
figure in all phases of American.
'Jewish life. Cherner will guide
the national operation of the
State of Israel Bond Sales Cam- treasurer and nat
paign during the forthcoming chairman of the Zi
winter season m Miami Pro-
ceeds from the sale of Israel Gov-
ernment Bonds are directed to-
ward large-scale industrial and National Cour 3*.
agricultural expansion of the 3- f*Rse Appeal and t
year old State and. it is i ^rd7 ^hafV.
pated. will ultimately establish, years, is believed I
Israel's economy on a completely an inestimable
self-sufficient basis. American Jewish li
Cherner is founder and board raeL
member of numerous national or------------------- -. ,-
gamrations concerned with the | +J&WSm tjC"*^
establishment and development i
-e Sute of Israel. He is BaV
tional treasurer of the American
Financial and De\-elopment Cor- I
porauon for Israel which floated
the current $300,000,000 State of
Israel Bond Issue for 1951-53. He
has been an active members of
the National Board of the Amer-
ican Committee for the Weu-
ir-arm Institute of Science and is
a board member of the Palestine
Economic Corporation and the
Amencaa friends of Hebrew
L nrversity.
As national vice president of
the Brandets Youth Foundation,
Cherner has also contributed
greatly towards what consid-
ered one of the vital orgaauaa-
ooaal forces in die lives of young
American today He is a
' of the executive board of
the United Service for New.
Aaam-ssn. an majaailine de-
voted to the aljmmxm and in-
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Bond, Chanuka
Party Hears
James McDonald
Under the chairmanship of Dr.
Morris Goodman, civic leader and
ohilanthropist, the State of Is-
rael Bonds community-wide Cha-
nuka celebration took place last
night at the Miami Beach mu-
nicipal auditorium
The program was climaxed by
euest speaker Honorable James
G McDonald, American states-
man and author, who addressed
the rally on behalf of the State of
Israel S500,000,000 Independence
Bo'd Issue. McDonald is chair-
man of the Advisory Board of the
American Financial and Devel-
opment Corporation for Israel,
which floated the bond issue, pro-
ceeds from which will make pos-
iitl< ;..rge-scale expansion of Is-
iael'f industries and agriculture.
He was presented by Dr. Good-
rran.
The Chanuka celebration op-
ened with the lighting of a men-
orah candelabra from the stage
by Rabbi Jacob Kaplan, Rabbi
Emeritus of Temple Israel and
honorary president of the Great-
er Miami Association of Rabbis.
r.U rahs were lit simultaneous-
ly throughout the darkened audi-
The program also fea-
| traditional Chanuka mel-
by the Hadassah Choral
Group and by popular entertain-
ers Gracie Barrie and Michel
;' erg.
+ l<*SSinnr*f->r .
. N*.
-f*G& S *,
During The Week... a
s I See It
By LEO MINDLIN
room 7n w^irh w9'on to gather before entering* watt
1 which the service was to be held.
the content of my talk. I stood rather' disc
d m my mind the synagogues appearance, II
ictions. Jess Freed, the Hebrew and Sunday Sc
.ust finished takipo .---__i__...
large, main assembly
mulled in my mind^he^ynagogueTTpp^aV1 ^"Ta'cmtle^ and
hid ius ,nnSishrK,Frweed- thP Htbrew dPSunday-School's pVirc.P.1.
lrJ i ?"h^J?^,n! me n.an "Pection tour. I envisioned the
To Hear Mrs. Skop
A regular meeting of the Great-
er Miami Chapter, National Home
for Jewish Children, Denver, on
Thursday, January' 3rd. 1 p.m.,
een announced by Mrs. Irv-
: ller.
Morris Skop will review
k, Room For A Son, by
i ID. Abrahams. :
across which were stru^ ^ ^ ^^^ S
thrt'eiLTMe1!? T KP3iCheS f Water- The *on exSS
a' allr ln he day he had come in to discover veritable pool:
it had drawn up through the cement from the ground below.
~. ia2iid*' .,he_wor*hiPP" assembled slowly. Near an unpainted.
cracked wall. Reverend Leo Heim put on his gown. A wall par-
tition was folded back to make of two classrooms one larger
prayer chapel still hardly filled. 'It seemed we waited an inter-
minable time for a Minyon.) What is the determination. I wonder-
ed again and again, that conceived this synagogue? Freed, sensing
my disturbance if not its cause, boasted that the Sunday School
had 185 students. We talked no more after that: he began to lead
the service.
A or III Shore lias
New Yearn Party
A Chanuka Ball and New Years
nner Dance, sponsored by
th-. North Shore Jewish Center
Men's Club, will be held on Mon-
veiling, December 31st, 9
; at the Center building, 75th
Strett and Dickens Avenue.
Dr. Summer H. Cohen, vice
president of the Men's Club, is
chairman of the affair. He will
be assisted by a committee of 45
! s including members of the
Synagogue, Sisterhood and Men's
Club. Reservations may be made
by (ailing 86-3033.
Beth David Sisterhood
Has New Year's Party
The Beth David Sisterhood an-
nounces a special New Year's Eve
buffet supper dance to be held
e.n Monday evening,. December
31st. 9:30 p.m., at the synagogue.
Chairman of arrangements is
Mrs. Ann Abrams. Musical enter-
tainment will be furnished by the
Steve Kessler orchestra. Toast-
master will be Murray Baum.
:.' sci vations are being taken
i v Mrs. Saul Chaftez. Proceeds
the event will go to the
building fund.
Miami and Miami Beach's
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Across the cto at that moment. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Rabbi
Emeritus of Temple Israel, was being honored o- '.he occasion of
thre.e anniversaries: his 77th birthday, his 50th year in the rab-
binate and his 25th year in Miami Hermar. Binder, spurner of
Russian diplomats, earlier that day outlined for me Temple Israel's
founding back in the '20's. (Ponies ride the land today where once
the Temple stood on Biscayne Boulevard.)
Recalling its present splendor, the painted tile facade, the iron
filagree doors, the many oil portraits on its hall walls. I re-examined
the synagogue in* which I then sat. The crude arc, the rude chairs
and the responding voices of the assembled gave a semblance of an
answer to the question that plagued me. Weary faces of tired
working peorle did not betray the indomitable sairit governing
the service. No excess of dress, such as is elsewhere often found
on similar occasions, disturbed the overall sense of propriety.
Perhaps. I thought, it is the will for personal expression
' which the atmosphere of more bountifully endowed synagogues
denies) that caused these people to build. Perhaps the Jew's
determination in this area generally, is a reflection of natural,
fertile law where abundance insures continuation of the species.
In any case. Flagler-Granada was a fact. In the midst of a pre-
dominantly Christian area essentially inimical, it stood function-
ing, if still incomplete.
Freed had previously remarked on his personal inadequacies.
The office he held needed more experience. It was a humble admis-
sion. Yet, it didn't seem to matter; students of his school might, for
a time, reflect the deceptive appearance of the building where they
congregated.
But in the not too distant future. Flagler-Granada's naked
beams will be sealed, its wet floors will be mopped and tile-
studded, and its direction will be more firmly embarked upon.
Similarly, Freed's students will have acquired an insight into the
meaning of Judaism that the splendor of no synagogue can aug-
ment.
When, at the end of the service, the sexton struggled with a
reticent arc door to get the wine inside, nervous whispers filled
the room. The door yielded. Reverend Heim drank and blessed, a
final sign as answer. ^
Joe Cherner currently is a more palpable example of the build-
er's will Had the famous, old Shakespearean actor. Dick Burbage.
met Uncle Joe, he would bow before him by way of tribute. "What
if I were one of the miserable unfortunates?" he asks anyone who
will listen. "What if. in the hereafter," he adds, repeating his little
drama tendered at the Eban dinner last November, "I meet a rive;
year old who will blame me for his death because I did not help.
Cherner's skin and eyes froze with the intensity of his own
horror. He sat behind the desk in his study last Sunday morning
and hurried on. sunbeams from the window behind making
pearls of his balding forehead points. "I get them all to give,
he said. "Even Henry Ford gave $50,000 to UJA. What if himom
else sat here with you while I lay. a pile of ashes, in Dachau?
Tell them that. Mr. M. I am sick and can't talk anymore.
There is a genuine mission Uncle Joe (as Benjamin Browdy
Rudolph Sonneborn and many other call him) fee Is He; spoke of
the Lamed Vovnick, one of the thirty-six saints disguised and
scattered through the world, while wishing for the number to be
mullfpTied Somewhere in his house, a piano was being played. I
heard a Bach suite and tried to concentrate.
There must be more than thirty-six to give, he interrupted.
"We 'need builders."
Broad To Head
Apartment Group
At a special meeting of the
Board of Directors of the Miami
Beach Apartment Association
held recently, Daniel M. Broad
was elected president of the As-
sociation, and William I. Bren-
ner, immediate past president,
was elected chairman of the
Board for the year 1952.
Other officer appointments in-
cluded Alfred A. Lesser, 1st vice
president; Meyer Teigman, 2nd
vice president: Morris Gold, sec-
retary; and Mrs. Ethel Alter,
treasurer.
Mr. Broad, who is one of the
principal founders and organizers
of the Miami Beach Apartment
Association, is vice president of
Best Insurance Agency. North Mi-
ami, and has been a resident of
Miami Beach for thirteen years I
since coming here from the State :
of New York, where he was ac-
countant tor the State Super-
intendent of Insurance.
He is the former owner of the
Sunset Hotel and the Mildred
Lee and Balfour Apartments.
Broad is also a member of the
Board of Governors. Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation: vice pres-
ident of the Miami Beach Zionist
District; vice president of the
Jewish National Fund Council of
Greater Miami: trustee of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center: one
of the founders and a present
director of the Jewish Home for
the Aged. Greater Miami: direc-
tor of the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation: and auditor of the Great-
er Miami Hebrew Academy.
Daniel Brond
Rabbi Shapiro To
Head Association
Rabbi Max Shapiro, spiritual
leader of the Congregation Beth
David, has been elected presi-
dent for a one-year term of the
Greater Miami Rabbinical Asso-
ciation, Dr. Joseph R. Narot an-
nounced this week.
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Rabbi
Emeritus of Temple Israel and
president of the Association for
some 15 years, was elected hon-
orary life president.
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DAY1DECEMBER 28.
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<^tticfli4 J ielaltbcts
HELEN ALPERT
HOLIDAY HEARTS: "CITY OF HOPE":
At this precise Moment in You've heard of the visit here
Tin*, with a New Year's feeling 0f Philadelphia's Mr. and Mis.
settling on our hearts with Harold H. Salkind. He's the chair-
hopes that This Year will be man of Phillv's 9 chapters for
ceautiful and fruitful for all the "City of Hope." the non-sec-
w.-.om we love, it interested me tarian institution in Duarte. Calif,
to turn back the pages to the,treating cancer and t.b. patients.
Holiday Column I wrote last 'Salkinds presence touched off
&taoR?J\ 29' fr E JEWISH ti formation of the Miami Beach
FLORIDIAN. group. Heading it is Miss Svlvia
In a friendly spirit more or Cohen, whom vou'll find at El-
Jess tinged bv a scientific curio- hs- store. Officers with her are
Mty, I wanted to see whose names Mrs Fannie Goldman. Mrs. Svl-
are still current with meand via Serodv. Mrs. Eleanore Lane,
whose are new and. perhaps. Miss Florence Stone. Mrs. Eve
whom I have come to loathe (for Bratter and Mrs. Elaine Brat-
this. too. is part of social experi- ter .
nce. isn't it?>. They'll be staging a member-
Agam. I look back affectionate- ship luncheon at the National
ly to Albany. N.Y. and my two Hotel on Jan 9 ... and a card
choicest friends therepoet Hel- party thereon Jan. 29. for two
en G. Sutm and the brilliant Hel- reasons: public interest, and aha'
en A. Fraserfor we never lose funds
contact with each other. Helen ____ __ __ ___
Fraser writes pointedly: "Isn't it JOTS ON T"* SPOT:
time you changed your habitat? Visitors from. Maplcwooc. N.J
All the scandal rit the radio are the Maurice Gilberts with
seems to stem from Miami!" their healthy kids. Gerald and
Which makes us ,r:ngehow Jacque::r.c Mrs. Gilbert's brother
much more hostilityand why? i Miami'i Max Grant of the
SEASON'S GREETINGS flut- ladder company Writer Lou
ter in. cheerily as everand for Amster also has a brot.-.er--Bernie
them, my acknowledgments AmrteT, now operating the first
with the Happiest to You. too! M a cruise-wear chain in ocean-
:o Ellie and Irving Pincus and front hotels. Bernie's frv-
Keiths Wed; Attend
New York Marriage
The former Dorothy DeVries.
1030 Ocean Drive, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Garfinkel. Ir-
vington. New Jersey, was mar-
ried last Friday afternoon to Sey-
mour D. Keith in the study of
Rabbi Joseph Narot. 8022 NE 7th
Avenue. Miami.
The bride was given in mar-
riage by Herman Berr Her frock
was of ice blue satin with ascot
tie. push-up sleeves ar.d full navy j
taffeta. Her hat was navy straw. |
Paul H. Marks was best man. ,
Mrs. Jay Suretsky was matron of
' honor.
Formerly of Irvington. the
newly-wedded Mrs. Keith attend-
ed Rutgers University. The bride-
groom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
uel Keith. 1240 SW 23rd Street,
graduated from New York Uni-
versity ar.d magna cum laude
from the "Tjniversity of Miami
Law School. He is a member of
Pi Lambda Phi and Nu Beta Ep-
silon fraternities. A veteran of
World War II. he is an attorney
in the firm of Marks and Keith.
A reception followed the cere-
mony in the, bridegroom's home, :
arter which the couple left for
New York to attend the wedding
of Mrs Keith's sister. Miss Bar- j
bara Garfinkel. to Robert Nei- ;
burg. Presently honeymooning In
Mexico, they will be at home at !
908 Salzedo. after January 5th.
Zalku, Hipsman Wed In Double Hing
Ceremony; To Honeymoon In Cubar
Chi Chi" ... to the Harry Salx
mans ... to Hank Meyer .
ertist Charles R. Jacobson
to Addie and Fred Palmer .
to the many who phoned! .
FONDEST WISHES also go to
: special pi ;. ..
Ktra they throw in during
ich creates Fnend-
trom New York.
10 TIPS ON QUIPS:
They got me. a couple of laugh-
getters from Freda Leslie and Ed-
die Palmer. Eddie's the dancer
1". with the Stella and Jose Reyes
experts, and when, the other
afternoon, his big car wouldn't
is particular cate fcud9. he remarked: It s what I
Fnedlander lTs ay. The best thing is to
z and Mattie p*r aboul 60 buck '* car. add
Tony and Frarces L pro- on 40 mor* for th,s or th**- ">
Harold and Buddy wb*n the bUsted thing won't
Rabbi Alexander S .T^** u" wmlk oH nd ,*Te
the Vu.-r.,s Sonnett ll-_ ..... .
Ted Press and his Freda bru9ht news of the
presentation soon of "HarTey" by
: Laurence and Char- colored cast. Freda, by the way.
r. and exciting u tVnixc Personal repre-
; Kt Lt-; Mind sentatire for shows and show-
RENEWED*"APPRECIATiON is Pfple- Sne blithely commented.
hereby tendered to some of the You kn,ow' } >ways did want to
best friends any man could hare *** colored rabbit!"
m especial the gallant two of *lln ner that night, with us.
she FLORIDIAN staff. Selma waf spotlig.-.t-singer Sandy
Thompson and Miss Mack! Barton whose act you caught at
.- superior func- Mother Kelly's and other spots.
: rung committee of anv organ- Audiences creep up to it in the
arid, I betcha. lP?lmof Sandv"s lovely hard ..
:her than the Courtesy \ou'' Prove ll b>" seeing her at
[the Miami Beach the Sorrento. Caribbean. Delano. ,
Chamber of Commerce JOTS ON THE SPOT:
FAMILY-"nM*:: Newish Coral Gables residents
Hoaoa>> nicest ingredients are are the Bennett Wexlers, onetime
tne ever-kmn rr.err.oers who fly from Washington. D.C. Their twin
- HI parts of the compass daughters are Svbil and Sonya.
..". L hanten (hei resident Sonya's engaged to Chicagoan
ig*r now at the Shoreharn- "Marshall Randell Didn't ever
N rman are welcoming Mr. and know that Dons Kaplan's brother
-Mrs Jaoies Weinrotn of Elktcn. is Nate Aleskovskv NY Times
Mi *::- heir offspring. Jay and Book Review's associate ed Sam
Mjt; .. Mr and Mrs Sidney Kaplan is back full-time as exec-
Kosent.-.al and daughter Harryl- uUve secretarv to the Miami
-ynn. aiong with brother Leo Beach Hotel Ass'n And his
Rosenthaland his son Charles staff looks like Old Home Week
Ofrom PhiUoelpr.a with Mickey Holt. Jennie Bennett
The Leo M. Alpert famUy in and Bert Laskv. Swell people"
gay boos*- Clever Kid. that Bill Click. In-
vitations to their cocktail partv
are a record-disc of "Come On-a
My House" .
But I think you-all ought to
Come On-a-My House" be-
cause or. tap are two smart col-
. Lees the power in Long legiansHilary, from Cornell .
Island s realty circles Su- and David Becker, from Harvard
sans the accomplished teen-age Med School Daves put aside hit
pianist now blowing eeven hotter Gray's Anatomy" to do the same
the clarent. -arch on the beach"
IJst (hairman Of
ll.ulas>ah Danee
Mrs. Fred Jonas, co-ordmator
of the Hadassah Medical Organ-
ization, the Greater Miami Chap-
ter of Hadassah. has announced
the names of committee chair-
men for the forthcoming annual
Mrs. David Hipsman
A ceremony officiated by Rab- Three tiers of candlelight p
. -----" "hi Max Shapiro in the Ocean silk illusion, floor-length, con-
dinner dance, to be held at Copa Lounge of the Roney Plaza Hotel pleted the veil.
.nJSunda>-Januar>" '3th. last Sunday evening, united in Maid ol honor at the ^u.
The chairmen include the Mes- marriage Miss Mildred Virginia ring rereffonT^-at \Ii S
dames Aaron CoursMn. Ways Zalka and David Bernard Hips- ^lL ?^er 0I m' bride 2
and Means; I. Josepn Mazo, Hos- man 'ZT-a a it
tesses: C H. Olen. Posters: Har- j Trie bride daughter of Mr and br,desma, ry Platnff Tn.>ir.r ArtV,,,^ c, v- .: Iigii ... ana;man and Mrs. Louis Wolfson,lE
"ato"- irfasurer. Arthur Si- Mrs Nathaniel Zalka. 1446 Lenox Lome Wolfson I a-d Donali
men. Publicity: Moe Feingold. Avenue. Miami Beach, was es- Mumv w ^he-<
Radio and Televis.on: and Peter ;corted to the altar by her father. !?y ,v"
Heller. Bulletin. Her gown was of candlelight im- e groom is the son of lb.
norted Italian rilb t,n 5pj a,_ and Mrs. Meyer Alan Hipsmaa,
Mrs. Jonas, overall chairman
of the Dance Committee, will be
assisted bv the Mesdames I
ported Italian silk satin and Al- i
encon lace embroidered with seed New YoriL
> pearls. Lace was fashioned over
Frumkes. L. Gold. Melvm Wein- i the satin, corselet bodice, and a
Kle. Irving Nathanson. Benjamin
Sanderson. Philip Hacker. Her-
man Reis. Ben Hammerman. Barr
Berrnan. Charles Goldstein. M.
A Meyerhoff, Jack Alter and
Harry Kornfeld.
man.
Solo selections rendered by i]
sne saun. corseiei OOdlCe. and a ; -a"o oticvuuiia lenueiea vy il
pattern of lace scallop formed the four-piece orchestra included Tie]
low. wide neckline with pearls World Is Mine Tonight, Throup]
tracing the design. The bridal iThe Years and Because.
head-piece was a coronet of lace. Out-of-Town guests ineluded|
pearl and rhmestone-tipped. Thre Mr- and Mrs- Robert Rosen. Mr.
pearl and rhinestone-tipped A Leonard Rosen. Mr and Mb
Meyer Brownstem. Mrs. Rebeca
Lipshitz. Mr. Howard Harris, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Montag and
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Spero.
The newly weds are honey-
mooning in Cuba. They will be I
at home at 1030 Tl'st Street,)
Coral Gable* has
bold, with the arrival of'Leuise's
sister. Lee Kogan. with handsome
husband Meyer and the grow-
ing-uppers. Susan and Jimmy, all
from Freeport. LL Meyer is the
fur-power at Abraham-Strauss
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Miss Edith Feldman Weds Cantor Seif
At Kneseth Israel; Bride Wears Satin
married S'r.,*,', at^T3" ?*S. ffaduate ot Yeshivah CoUege. the
Tx t. kwSk i A^rlham Se,f | Medical and Music schools at :
tion lLt 2S2 Congrega- Marienbad. the Whitefield school .Normandy Isle, on January 1st
r*kT f^- in Mlaml Bch and currently '-----------
w L00> Abraham Cassel. assisted i majoring in music at the Univers-
Dy the Rabbis Max Shapiro. Mor- ity of Miami
f% A ^j0** an? Irving Lehrman. ; Following a honevmoon trip to
oiiiciated at the ceremony. The i Cuba, the couple will reside at i
Greater Miami Cantorial Associa- 114 Euclid Avenue. Miami Beach
tion. accompanied by Joseph
bcnreibman at the organ, offered
traditional songs.
The bride's gown was of white
slipper satin and fashioned with
leg o mutton sleeves and rounded
neckline finished with seed pearls
and beads. A full-gathered skirt
came to a point in front and end-
ed in a cathedral train. A slipper
satin coronet embroidered with
seed pearls and beads held a full- .
length veil of imported French ,
illusion
Mrs. Sol Meringoff was matron !
of honor, and Miss Florence Feld-
man sister of the bride, was maid '
of honor. Both carried heart-
--.'.^ped fans of garnet roses
Bridesmaids were Miss Doreen I
L*vine. Miss Barbara Plager and
Ann Waldman. Mi* Prim
Meringoff was flower girl. Paul ,
Feldman. nephew of the bride
served as ring bearer
A reception followed the cere- '
n-.ony at the Temple Social HalL
Among out-of-town guests were
^ J*1 Mrs. Joe Feldman. Mr.
and Mrs. Milton Feldman. Mrs
Ca.vm Prady and Mr and Mrs.
Mtrris Feldmar.
The former Miss Feldman is a .
High School and of the Univers-
ity of Miami and has been teach-
ing at the /liami Jewish Com-
munity Center. Cantor Self is a
Formal v. .
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da-d. ii
yid. prop*
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[UDAY. DECEMBER 28/1951
[ureau Of Jewish Education Formally
licates New Quarters January 6th
\gffiBJS9 :% u^iix.sr.sf k=
^icat**d. *
An Open House will precede the dedication ceremony at 1 r> m
The structure of tne Bureau of Jewish Education wa/outlfned
1W0. as a result of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's ?ni
atten.pt to coordinate grants
S allocations to Jewish schools.
United
2JMJhrWari
. Jewish Educational
Isteni followed in 1941. but the
HI for a more unified program
fculteri m the arrival of Dr. Is-
S- Cnipkin of the American
sends teachers to the National
Cardiac Home for the purpose of
teaching Jewish history, customs
rt=iCeuT0n'es ll offers Secon-
dary Hebrew education at the
Community Hebrew High School
t Jewish Education ,~ "";."*; "c",w nign School
,Mian:i in 1943, for a thorough 'Kwlrtee 'a11 ft?r100n He"
L^y of Jewish education in < f Y1^T=K c. jts Ad"'t Institute
Emi. Dr. ChipkhVs plan re- LJfW'S^Stud,es off*" 20 ses-
of the
tami. Dr.
fited in the creation
ireau of Jewish Education in
binary. 1944, with the power
act as an advisary and super-:
lory agency to help affiliate in-
tutions achieve specific stan-
lrds while refraining from in-
Iferir-g m the autonomy of the
Ititutions.
he Bureau serves 21 schools
Hay which operate under im-
bved curricula formulated by
Board. These schools are su-
k-vised bv the Bureau, partici-
jte in intcr-school activities, in-
kimnK activities sponsored by
to the Jewish
community of Greater Miami
with quarters at the Beth David
Synagogue.
Present officers of the Bureau
are Louis Heiman. honorary
president; Max Meisel. president-
Dr. M. J. Ghck. Mrs. Matilda Rat-
and Harry Simonhoff. vice
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WEINSTEIN
Attorneys for
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Beth Tiilah Han
Bureau for Sunday School s^T'Or!
Rose Sher. Sadie Rosch. Rose
TtH'uh Onvnimn f^eider. Frieda Kaplan, Frieda
xl" cfPf. mn9 fe-ldinan' ?ose KaP'ar>. Rose
presidents:'lsraPrih^ ,mM c blmcha SheI Mitzvah of the Frledso" and Esther Rackovsky.
fa and '"SSjfrnTVvS" ''^ "^^ ,por,ored the '
treasurer. Denjamm "eyen, Congregation Beth Tfilah Sister-
The executive committee in- h00d' wiU be held on Sunda-V af"
cludes Rabbi Simon April. Joseph ternoon- December 30th, at 2 p.m.
Duntov, Mrs. Leon Ell. Louis Ga- A procession will leave from
don Ben Zion Ginsburg. s. A. the home of Mr. and Mrs Sam-
SSte^JP^JW e> Helfrr.an. 905 9th StfeTt.
ftW2SS ^^r^bbfio^sS M,am:Beac, and proceed to'ih;
me a"Sed f.naSfv f-nd ^ou,s Schwarlzman. execu- .synagogue at 935 Euclid Avenue.
Sgh scholarshfps and pa'rUa'l ^ dlrector of the Bureau since Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. spi:-
msportaiion costs. Sunday ^ nw nma >tual leaner of the Congregation.
,ool and supplementary after- will aUo h' ,, m,t f l,he ,Bureau *''"** Principal speaker.
.n instruction offered by the W %Z w,^ Cal,afen" ^ Conunltte* in charge of
ireau given at the Beth Da- ? Th^v tn\ Ca^nal ?er; arrar.gerr.-: the Mes-
Synagogue, the Beth El Con-; je'vishT^0^atlrnaj Councu ofd-ir.es Ra Za:d.
gallon. Temple Beth Sholom. You h cJSmfion Z,0mSt f fiOD Rosen"
. Coral Gables Jewish Center. "m
fFlajjln-Granada Jewish Com-
Lmtv Center, the Hialeah-Mi-
liiSpiinii.s Jewish Community
Inter, the Israelite Center, Kne-
lh Israel Congregation, the Mi-
ll Beach Jewish Community
Inter, the Miami Hebrew School
Congregation, the North
ide Jewish Center, the North
lore Jewish Center, the Tifereth
lael Northside Center and the
1st Miami Jewish Center. Tem-
b Israel olfers Sunday School
ktruction including the teach-
g of Hebrew. The Workmen's
|rcle schools in town and on
Beach ofter a similar curri-
llum to the Hebrew Schools
Ith Yiddish as the functional
Muagi
The Bureau also conducts func-
Pnal_at :ivities of its own. It
io Welcome New
Jesidents At Club
Seven citizens of the Greater
farm area will play host to 800
puns at a Meet Your Neighbor
Irty on Sunday, January 6th,
Pm, in the Westview Country
fub.
Sponsoring the event are Col.
Jtk Arvey, Chicago. Illinois;
Wrles Fruchtman, Toledo, Ohio;
Js*ph Cherner, Washington, D.
I Jack Dubinsky, St. Louis, Mis-
*ri: Sam Katz, New York City;
m Goldfarb, New York City;
Id Dr Joseph Weidberg. At-
fitic City.
IRes. i rations may be made at
home of Charles Fruchtman,
3 Hamingo Place, Miami
lach.
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DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 25078
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MINNIE SCHWARTZ. I.....kaed
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
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MINNIE SCHWARTZ,
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DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 2403C
RE ESTATE OP
JACOB BELSKT, I'- ease I
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
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FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 1*6019
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JOYOUS CHMUKAH
t'-ii-l.iiriou Sees
MA Important
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Prime Minister David Ben-
jwion. m a message this week to
M. Warburg, stated that 'the
overninent of Israel continues to
/gird the United Jewish Appeal
r ess.niial part, of the four-
l, nt Program and an indispensa-
I. :"Mrument of help for Israel,
IT *l" as a bond of unity be-
I td Amer'can Jews."
Jne more than 1,000 Jewish
"nwr.unai leaders from all parts
of the United States who attend-
led the three-day Conference
, brought it to a climax with un-
1 ar.imous adoption of what they de-
: scribed as-a realistic and attain-
able $151,500,000 goal" to speed
implementation of programs for
! Israel's economic strengthening
and to make possible an .mm.-
?n 950 000 distressed Jews in
S3 SSi? in ^United
States.
Chest Family Gives 263, 736 Services
I Community Chest family.. In addition, he said more than
child-care and special welfare ag- !30.390 individuals participatea in
encies performed over 263.736 group Work programs as members
services >n Data- County during sjx Red Feather reCreation-
1QS1 Sam H. McCorm.ek, cnesi ,
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In releasing the statistics Ddiseu d others concerned in
Ion the period from December^ m ^X,, cases. TheSe ager.-
,,950 to^November 30 J9 M Mc ^ inaclude the Family Service.
.Cormick said they did not >nuae <- ; j Service and Protes-
!some 295,000 meais served by-the J^'"^^^ Bureaus and Travel-
! Salvation Army two day nurser- ,tant ber duate, register-
!ies ar.d four full-time temporary ers A* W g Vu N e
i?ilSti5r;^^ 'S^-ion made 11,657 calls-
mostly to cronically ill persons
and news mothers. Fifty-six per
cent of these were made at no
cost to the patient, with the Com-
munity Chest footing the bill and
another 11 per cent were partly
ipaid with Chest funds.
Zalis Appointed Manager
Edwin Zalis. a student at the
[Yeshiva University. New York,
has been appointed business man-
ager of the year bock. EKhanin.
Zalis is the son ol Mr. and Mrs.
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Joseph Cherner Tricks Unwilling
Donors; Sees Effort As Mission
A jfu-.sk Floridim News .vy.:::.-, donoi tv> IMA. ,i prominent newi
Jo* Chrner*i houat sprawls be P**Pw publiahei noted tor I i
hind mai \ exotic blooms Inside, slight sums of his checks and fr
* is *|Mr and *omber. si once his unwMingnata to be taten
Mr leads his guest past two pianos ,. ,
it., his study, seats himself be ed J**r* lexers who hoped
bind a modest desk and warns !v' morn>
that < :s not permitted to talk substantially Lnereai -.,-na-
axceaaively; indeed, his physi< n being
inn has spei Ij prohibited Chernerixed."
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writer be brought int
1 <.,:-v .-.. nder he says .,> hi m inanothej
pUntr.'s to n on his knees
to beg is Mm name of Israel and
its citizens
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Approves Legal
Status For Agency
JERUSALEM (JTA) -The Isra-
el Oovernment recently accepted
a bill drafted bv the Jewish Ag-
ancy providing for the granting
of a legal status to the Agency in
Israel. The text, which was ap-
proved by Premier David Ben-
Gunon in a conference with Ag-
ancy co-chairmen Dr. Nahum
Goldmann and Berl Locker, is ex-
pected to be submitted to Parlia-
ment this week.
At a meeting of the Agency
executive, which gave its final
approval of the bill. Dr. Gold-
rnann also reported on his recent
talks with American High Com-
missioner for Germany John J.
McCloy. but an Agency com-
munique issued after the meeting
does not specify whether the Ag-
ency reached anv aZ
result of Dr Cofo**1**
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left for the US *
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)AY. DECEMBER 28, 1951
^JenisHThridrtan
I'll Say...
L Chanuka comes around, a stream of ser-
"' ditoriala repeat the annual cliches: S v-
im by the Maccabees and the debt : i
: Christian and Moslem world aie the
n a single theme. Few go into the com-
V round to explain the ideological conflict.
[ 18 content to call the Mpccabeans he
i does any one analyze the nature and
Ht; : their heroism.
kANISM VS. JUDAISM
phe struggle between Hellenism and Monotheism
,.s B i ich theme and calls for a large cam iss.
Ment Judea came under the spell of Greek cul-
The upper class city dwellers were dazzled;
[priestly caste was fascinated. It was the high
Lt. Mc nelaua (sic) who first suggested Pagaii-
(g the Temple of Jerusalem to the half-crazed
Bochus Epiphanes. Seemingly, nothing could stop
Hellenic spirit from sweeping over and displac-
the Hebraic ethos.
WLY WAR
|AM ar( familiar with the incident that touched
Jthe revolt A royal deputy came to the Village
iModin on the hilly road between Jerusalem and
coast. He sacrificed a pig to the statue of Zeus
impus :>nd invited the townsmen to take part in
ceremony. A renegade stepped forward, and the
Pi Mattethias killed him. A riot started and
flami of rebellion was lit. ^
|Tin- marital phase is also absorbing. The family
count i\ priests turn into military chieftains. Judas
Ipk.y- generalship of a high order. Outwitting the
I commanders, he defeats them time and
fcin with his poorly equipped fighters. The Mac-
ee ..trains mastery in guerilla warfare and goes
en ti death and defeat only after risking his 800
prior: open battle against the highly trained
eek-Syiian army of 20,000 veterans under Bac-
Idt'S.
Tllenism defeated
fj man victory over the Macedonian Phal-
k. which represented the perfection of military
| it day, has often been termed a miracle.
Ti mable how a little country (smaller than
[wish Women Council
resent Skit At Tea
PAGE 3 B
Maccabees, Haganah, and Negbah
n-i ?/ toda?,),,with a Population hardlv ex-
fn n fhef.3 "i"1*" could attain ^dependence
E -.. ,hpUC'd E"Spi,r.e' which "tretched from
Th, Li thePers'an Gu'f a"d to the Caspian Sea.
i in^?nrViMiiTlbu'-n conUngent hardly exceeded
?th ,uun,rainr(:d f,,8ntlng men- N>r was the majority
with them. Civil war was rife in Judea, with the
Pious ( hasid.m struggling against the Jewish Hel-
rff S, ; dAb?- tu suPerio'- might and power
01 tlit. Pagan Antiochus.
HISTORY REPEATS ITSELF
tlahttl ",n u*7 bfcom?s comprehensible to the
fighteis m 1948 for Jewish independence. Exploits
no less astonishing occurred daily. The spirit of the
Maccabees seemed to reincarnate the Haganah, and
deeds of heroism became commonplace. The tourist
dashing past a ruined village or a Hebrew inscrip-
tion on a Marker learns for the first time about acts
oi uncommon daring commemorating the spot.
Driving towards Beersheba and the Negev, our
chauffeur, a former major in the Haganah, points
to a Kibbutz. The homes, barns and assembly halls
are spick-and-span, glistening white in the dazzling
sun- In,s is the famous Negbah, shelled to rubble
in 1948. Thanks to the San Francisco community, it
was completely reconstructed.
THE STAND AT NEGBAH
This village perhaps won the war. For as soon
as the British pulled out on May 15, 1948, five Arab
armies from the neighboring lands invaded the newly
proclaimed State of Israel. The largest force com-
ing from Egypt hurried North to capture Tel Aviv
before the unprepared Israelis could recover fom
their surprise. The commander thought of bypassing
little Negbah, but decided to send a detachment to
invest the place. They were met with a determined
volley of bullets. The detail retreated and returned
with reinforcements. Again they were repulsed. The
Egyptians trained their heavy artillery on the set-
tlement. The small houses of cement blocks soon
crumbled, yet the defenders continued to shoot from
behind broken walls, mounds of earth, and trenches
dug during darkness. For weeks the village of Neg-
bah held the large Egyptian army at bay. When the
first cease fire was ordered, the invaders had to re-
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
treat without getting near their objective. Bv the
time fighting resumed, the Jews were better pre-
pared, so Tel Aviv was never attacked. The Cap.
of Israel was no doubt saved by the gallant stand
maintained by the few defendi: : Negbah against
whelming odds.
FORTY-EIGHT POLICE STATIONS
An even greater demonstration of courage is
visible two or three miles away. On the swelling
hillock stands one of the 48 police stations built bv
the British ostensibly to preserve law and order.
Actually, these massive concrete structures with
high walls enclosing large courtyards were fortresses
strategically located, to keep Jews and Arabs in
subjection. The outer walls are now perforated with
holes from machine and sten guns. As our auto
enters the enclosed yard, we see similar holes on the
main building. We go through the fortress and find
each and every room peppered with shot and shell.
The fighting was evidently desperate. The chauffer-
major gathers us in a circle and tells the epic of
the Negbah police fort.
STORMING OF THE FORTRESS
The Egyptians, compelled to withdraw, garrison-
ed the fortress with a strong force. Recognizing the
enemy's command of the road as a threat to Tel
Aviv, the Israelis sent a company of the Palmach.
the select crack troops of the Haganah, to dislodge
them. The garrison was strongly entrenched, and the
Jewish soldiers besieged a force probably ten times
their number. Step by step they breached a wall,
entered the enclosure and penetrated the main
stronghold. They were surprised to meet such stiff
resistance from Egyptians, noted for their lack of
stamina and readiness to surrender. But the com-
mander happened to be a Soudanese, a black, simple
hearted, brave soldier, who had promised the roly-
poly King Farouk never to give up. Like the Rus-
sians at Stalingrad, he fought from room to room
until overpowered. The Palmach Colonel shook his
hand and treated him with the chivalry and respect
due to a brave defeated enemy.
In heroism, or in the miracle of achievement,
there is little disparity between the Maccabees and
their descendants of the 20th century.
. ter Miami Section.
\- incil of Jewish Wom-
will d its annual Member-
|p Ti. n January 2nd, 1:30
in K iplan Hall, Temple Is-
Mi :n chairman Mrs.
I hman and co-chair*
kn Mrs. I.con Kaplan and Mrs.
brton Greenwood announce that
i II present a skit en-
I [\ i rifle, adapted for
s. ction and directed
Mi Nat Williams. Members
the i t are the Mesdames
I -ti-in. Harry Schiff.
I Jack Levkoff. Jack
I Arnold Seeder, N. A.
) John Temple, Leon
kplan and Morton Greenwood.
I nager is Mrs. Joseph
She is assisted by
t- P p Marked and Miss Hel-
fr Bi' .. Mrs. Howard Grove
.! Roth, chairman, and
Braunstein and Mrs.
n on are in charge ol
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Pioneer Women. Ben
Gurion Branch Party
The Pioneer Women, Golda
Myerson Club of Miami, and the
Ben Gurion Branch, Farband, are
sponsoring a joint Chanuka Latka
Party tomorrow evening, 8:15
p.m.. at the Workmen's Circle
Center, 1545 SW 3rd SI I
Proceeds oi the affair will go
to the Child Rescue Fund. Mrs.
Pearl Kreiger, chairman, an-
nounced.
Zionist Luncheon Club
To Hear Rabbi Narot
Harold Shapiro, president of
the Miami Beach Zionist Dis-
trict, announces that Rabbi Jos-
eph R. Narot, Temple Israel of
Miami, will be Guest Speaki r '
the Wednesday, January 2nd,
Luncheon of the Miami Beach
Zionist Luncheon Club held in
the Rit/. Plaza Hotel. 17(11 Col-
lins Avenue. Dr. Narot s topic-
will be A Challenge To Ameri-
can Zionists.
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IiiNtall Youth
ounril Office
Installation of B'na| Hi ith
Youth Council offlevi for tha
new ifmt w..s mBde by Milton
Friedman, National Commission"
anitatlon ..t the Miami Branch
Jewish Community Canter rec
cntly.
Newly elected offtcen of tha
('' idl, hich is the co ordinal
ins body .>t fourteen local |unior
B'ni i B'i nh chapters, include
Leonard Schwarts, president;
Meri la Jen is, vice president
1,1 "Id Lichtenstein, recording
seen tarj Barbara Pearl, corres-
ponding sacretary; Paul Diamond,
treasurer; David Krasner, parlia
ii ntarian; and Audrey Slotkin,
historian,
R< i lected for .i second term.
S< I'arti is a senioi student I
M m High School, where he Is
n the Pi" in- team a n em
bi I the AZA Sigma R
'i. the pi rsidenl has been a
ber of the Iraternal ot lei
l> lOUr J i'.i; ,
* o re elei led \\ .i- the v .
pn dent, Miss Jervis, wh I
pi, sidenl ol It nai B'i I Girls No
md w h i us, for Ihe |
si > i ral month, sei \ ad as pi
hail : n >l lh< BB^ 11 .
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Phi lists Plvilqvs
\ pha Epsilon Phi Sororit)
\ .. nae Assoi lation is spons >i
its seventh annual Holids>
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Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan Honored At Two Ceremonies
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Kahhis of Oraatar Mt.inu and
th. u wives gathered -it a recop-
I inn hold in the hum- of Rabbi
Maxl Shapiro, -!h sw i.'itii Rosd,
;..si \\ -<"k in .'I. in .iir three sn
niveraariaa of Dr Jacob ll Kap
Ian, Rabbi Emeritus "f Temple
Israel and president of the Oraat-
ar Miami Rabbinical Association
, :oi tha past 14 jI'.u
Tha reception paid li ibuta to Dr,
and Mis Kaplan on behalf of the
Rabbi's 77th birthday, 50th year
m the rabbinate and 16th anni
versarj .it Temple Israel. Acting
tor the Association, Rabbi Sha
;>n i presented Di Kaplan with
.in angraved clock
Sum,- 500 congregation mom
.'.i^ gathered .it Temple Israel
lust Pridaj night to pay tribute
to Dr Kaplan during the evening
m i \ iee Mi s Blrj Stone repi e
sented the Temple's Sisterhood,
ll.i bet: Kaufman the Men's
in | Mrs Lev. is G fine, the
pie Israel Club, in the cere
sav, the Rabbi ra
i i\ gifts and tnl ute on the
i- ": ol I is anni\ 11 sarj
V r Di Kapl in ar remple I<
rael," Max Meisel, president, said,
association has meant the
st quarter century for Re-
Dr. Jacob Kaplan. Rabbi Emeritus of Temple Israel, shown re-
ceiving congratulation last Friday night at the reception held in
his honor. Max Meisel. president, shakes Dr. Kaplan's hand.
Looking on are Rabbi Joseph Narot. soiriiual leader of Temple
Israel, and Herbert U. Feibleman. Sei Mendelson and Louis Zei-
enti. past presidents of the Temple.
nUDAY, DECEMEra:.,
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Herbert Feibelman and Sei
Mendelson, als > addressed the
assembled Rabbi Joseph H Narot
tormalh opened the .'< re n\
Jewish Home Auxiliary
Mrs Sidi ey H. Palmer, presi-
dent of the Miami Ladies Auxil-
iary to the Jewish Home for the
Ako I. announces that the regu-
lar monthly Board meeting will
: e held on Wednesday. January
2nd, 10 30 a.m.. in the Beth El
Center,
Hostesses for the meeting will
e t:ie Mesdames Philip Catsman,
Oscar Green and Rose Weiss.
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-Jewish fhrMten
Leli Minister
?plies To Soviet
AVIV (JTA)The Israeli
tei .it Moscow has handed I
Soviet Government the Israel j
trnnu nfs reply to the for- I
note warning the Jewish
against joining a Western- i
ored Middle East Command,
as reported in the local eve-
here. The Foreign [
Qstrv nfused to confirm the/
of'the Israeli reply as pub-',
n rding to a -report in the
bing paper, Yedioth Achro-
Israeli memorandum, al-
, sinned by Premier David
Jjfjurion in his capacity of
5rg Foreign Minister, made
[following three points, in ad-
Ion to pointing out that Israel
nut been invited to join a
fcdli East command: 1. The Is-
Government is concerned
Y with the independence and
_uiiiv of Israel; 2. The Israel
Eernment is continuing its pol-
\ of "gatherinjl in exiles" and
biating the Diaspora; 3. Israel
iuld warmly welcome Soviet
vernment permission for Rus-
Ji-ws to migrate to Israel.
from Jerusalem it was report-
that tre Israeli note also stres-
Israel's position of non-inter-
knee in the East-West conflict.
PAuit 5 B
love To Indemnify
ir.ee ntration Camp
ibor Victims
I cnt word has been received
the National Council of Jew-
Women through the Zentral-
Der Juden In D e u tschland
Eentral Committee of Jews in
hnanyi tf-at Frankfurt solicitor
iorbert Wolheim has instituted a
for declaratory judgment
the civilian division of the
nd Court in Frankfurt Am
lair, against the I. G. Farben
Porks.
' Function of the suit will be to
parifv the legal position of per-
pns who. during the Nazi re-
lime, performed forced labor as
nmates of the Concentration
tamp Auschwitz and Buna-Mon-
bwitz of the I. G. Farben-Indus-
bie A G. The Zentralrat, it is re-
orted, has come to an agreement
nth the liquidation committee of
G Farben in that all persons so
Entitled, may present their claims
purinu a period of 6 months fol-
owing the conclusion of the suit.
Requests for information must
be addressed to the Registration
K)!fic. for Creditor's Claims, I.
Farben Control Group, 28
Main?, r Landstrasse, Frankfurt-
f.Lin. Germany.
| Lipsky Flays ZOA
In Accusation Of
| Wasting Energy
NEW YORK CITY (AJP) A
[sharp attack upon the present
I course embarked upon by the
I Zionist Organization of America
hurled bv veteran Zionist leader
Louis Lipsky at a 75th birthday
celebration here recently, drew
frowns from top ZOA leaders at-
tending the party.
Lipsky, attacking "the ten-
dency in the Zionist Movement to
revert to reminiscences and me-
moirs" as a "waste of energy,"
smgUd out the ZOA for seeking
to identify itself with specific
projects in Israel.
It seems that the ZOA has lost
its identity and is looking around
to find it," Lipsky told more than
350 guests at the party.
Taking to task the recently
adopted ZOA project program for
brae], Lipsky termed the move
"S 'thirty yean behind the
times."
He recalled that the ZOA "was
strong as long as it was uncon-
cerned with itself" and worked
instead for the Zionist ideal.
The veteran Zionist leader pre-
dated that ties between Israelis
and American J e ws will grow
stronger in future years.
A number of top leaders of the
ZOA attending the party were
< bviously annoyed with Lipsky's
blast. They contended that the
occasion did not call for an attack
Jpon the ZOA, especially, accord-
-rt to one spokesman, "in front of
leaders of other parties."
Lipsky's statements were not
'holler.ged, one ZOA leader said,
'only tecause of the occasion."
Similar attacks by Lipsky at the
'ecent Chicago conference of ZOA
'taders, it was reported, drew
strong fir-
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+Jelstfhrknan
hmi'
wood Presents Inter-Faith Festival
I program featuring
,.tq& songs, carols and
depicting the theme of
aux
hod. was presented last Sat-
' evi ing at the Young Cir-
Unphitheater
r the joint
|,i .
Ithf
in Hollywood
sponsorship of
Community Center
:.s various church de-
the Festival supported bv five
churches and the Center. The ta-
bleaux featuring the story of
Chanuka opened the inter-faith
pageant.
Inations.
IChauriKa-Christmas Festival,
Iprufiiiim depicted both the
of the sacred lamp-lighting
[the Nativity. Script for the
lant which included The Re-
]0f The Maccabbes, Dedica-
i of The Maccabees, Dedica-
Of The Temple, The Wise
Of B-'hlehem and The Na-
. was written by Mrs. Mal-
W Liebman, principal of
South Beach Elementary
bol Hiibbi Jacob J. Hor.ig,
jtual leader of the Hollywood
Lh Community Center, and
Ineth J Spray arranged the
lentatu n.
kme 300 voices from 10 choirs
..! groups took part in
Tevss Unveiling
The dedication of a monument to
the memory of the late Jacob
Tevss, formerly of 135 Santillane
Avenue, Coral Gables, will take
place on Sunday, December 30th,
11 a.m., at the Mount Nebo Ce-
metery, with Rabbi Morris SkoD
officiating. Mrs. Tevss is survived
by his wife, Rose, a son, Harry,
and three daughters, Mrs. Belle
Steinberg and Mrs. Pauline Sil-
verman of Miami, and Mrs. Mary
Moore of Pittsburgh, Pennsyl-
vania. He also leaves four broth-
ers, five sisters and ten grand-
children. Mr. Tevss was a mem-
ber of the Coral Gables Jewish
Center. Arrangements are
charge of Palmer's Miami Monu-
ment Company. Friends and rela-
tives are asked to be present.
Finlpy Flay*
JaU-Walkinq
rmScnC,W a.ppeal,t0 Pedestrians to
?!.osi1."'1:18 .n|v corner!
Fin!, v. of
voiced todav by' R J
the AAA, South Florida"Div
afetv
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warning to adult'; mp r
- eo.neident will, the
of the January k,|-f'^etvnedu: l
jcational materials to local ele-
m/'n*ary school teachers as part
of the Clubs traffic safety pro-
gram, through which a different
safety subject is brought to the
attention of school children each
month.
"Only at
ans given any real protection, and I Wprtrtei^,. Hit u
the law only gives them the Wertheimer Attends New
nght-of-way at comers where Yrk Funeral Of Brother
s aCtreedar-eH,;Vif[,alS,','.Mr- Finky Adolph Wertheimer, of 530 SW
stated. Here also, the motorist 7th Court, flew to New York last
is on the lookout for those cross- i s&,urday to attend the funeral
foot. Unfortunately he ''l hls brotnc,r-, Sidney, who pass-
does not PverJ',!^Gd^wa>: suddenly at his home.
corners are pedestri-
Vvterantt View
Chanuka Show
On
idron* Aequire Prinve Miehael
Sunday. December 30th,
'.30 p.m.. Rabbi Morris A. Skop.
Associate Chaplain at Pratt Gen-
eral Veterar.s Hospital, Coral
uables, in cooperation with the
in Jewish War Veterans. B'nai B'rith,
West Miami Jewish Center, Coral
Gables Jewish Center and the
National Jewish Welfare Board,
will present the second annual
Chanuka Show in the hospital
chapel.
Blessing of the candles wiU be
offered by Cantor Irving Robin-
son of the Coral Gables Jewish
Center, and a full hour show of
singing, music, vocalists ar.d dan-
cing will be presented under the
direction of Mrs. Matilda Krause.
All veterans will receive gift
packages. Chaplain James A.
Boston, of the Hospital Chaplain's
Office, will bring greetings.
exercise the
The deceased Mr. Wertheimei
any point awa^fro^ntm^rsec! I i^l .^ ?** ^nce
tion Therefore, it is highly im-
portant to the pedestrian that he
take advantage of this situation
by crossing only at corners."
Mr. Finley assailed adult pedes-
,rJa"s who set a bad example to
children by ignoring common-
sense safe walking rules, of which
crossing in mid-block is one of
the most flagrant violations
a son. Alfred,
Betty.
a n d a daughter,

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FRIDAY, DECEMBER
Miss Weinstein, Paul
Dr. and Mrs. Philip Weinstein,
of 1515 SW 12th Street. Miami.
anrourn' the engagement of their
daughUr. Margery, to Paul Nag-
el. Jr., son Of Mr and Mrs Paul
T. Ni Bel, Sill s\v nth Street,
Miai
M Weinstein was graduated
from Miami Edison High School
where she was a member of the
National Honor Society, Thes-
pians, and the Cadette Corns In
February, 1950. she graduated
cum ude iron-, the University of
Miami, having majored ::i art
am: i The hnde > .<-,: w as
als, nembei of Kappa Pi. Al-
! >ilon Rho and Theta Al-
pha
After serving ;:. Tie A.rmj Air
For.-.. Mr Nagel was gradu
from e Unii. :\ | v. -
wh e .; > ;. .. ;. and
te".t in He a -
Th< Alp a Phi, was president
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mei Honorary n th<
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Announcement of the engage-
ment >f her daughter. Regma. to
Alex H Richard, was made last
Sunday by Mrs Esther M. Love-
rr.a-> at an open house given in
her home. 429 NW 12th Avenue,
Miami.
Miss Loveman is a graduate of
tht Miami High School and at-
tended the Pan American Busi-
ness College. Mr Richard is a
ding contractor.
The wedding will take place
March 30th
Soufhu <"i Lodtfo
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N 186, F A- AM. will hold
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ter H Conn, 433 Malaga Avenue.
Coral Gables Other officers to
be installed are Ray H Slay-
baug.". senior warden; Alvin M.
Sandier, junior warder.; Alfred H.
Simmoni I ..surer; and Benja-
min Green, secretary
Appointive officers named by
Core- include George W Reese.
sen:or deacon. Elrr.anuel Leven-
son. junior deacon; John S.
. -< nil r steward; William
unior steward; Sam V.
Jame.- RusaeU L. Eich-
- a erg. i haplaic; and Wila >:i
Hardek.v- ar.i Moms Fisher.
-
Ht I 1.- "f th* luy I'hnto
Mrs Nathan Reiter
Gottlieb, Whitman
Plan Wedding
The engagement oi Miss Lil-
lian G. Gottlieb to Jules A. Whit-
man. Miami Beach, was announc-
ed last Sunday.
An elementary school teacher.
the bride-elect was graduated
the
perfect cracker
Personally Speaking
*': ".d V.:s Harry Spivack. of 905 Michigan Avenue.
Miami Beach i. alarm Hot] the- 40th wedding anniversary rec-
a .-.-. then childrao Mr. ar.i Mrs. Harry Decky. Also
preeer.: irati than childran CecJ and Zir.a
* *
Ml and Mrs Morton D. Stub:ns. oi 3441 SW 21st Street.
-r..-.--_r.re the b_-:h oi their daughter Mindy. last Sun-
recerr.r-e: 16:.-. -: :r.e 'acKson Memorial Hospital. Mrs.
Srubins .= the formal Locum Kntpaow o: Washington DC and
Beach Pufuu] c:.ipcrents are Mr. and Mrs. Jack
; .-: Eaal Orange New Jersey. Maternal grandmother
a Mrs I ':ser- Mono c: M-.ami Beach.
* *
Ma Dame] Ctaam ol 9?5 W. 48th Street Miami Beach,
has returned le the dry for the w.nter following a 5'j-months
vccc:.cr. apaat :r. New York and Canada s Laurentian moun-
a.r.j botwaaa s:ays :r. Pittsburgh.
* *
Zanka aad Mn "-rob L Tambor and their children. Milton
ar.c Gloria .-.eve OKread :o their new res.dence at 2051 SW 7th
S:r<>e- Miami
* *
Ml =r.d Mrs. No: Weidberg of 20 Seville Avenue. Coral
Sablea ore amartninimj c: hWh home Mr. and Mrs, Moms L
M : Ittckmoad Hill Long Island, during the Susseles
::.i: z:z:.:- v-^s.:
* *
Mi or.o Mn Harry Kessrr.ar. of 5235 NE 3rd Cour.. Miami
announce dM bun r: -e_- i-jg-:er Abbey Sue. who arrived
- :-r ".;:>: Memcral Hospi'.a, lar Fr.dav December 21st
* *
Ml -r.z Mr" 5.0 Lewis owners of the Duncragqan Inn.
Hendeno-v .e Nor.r. Carolina have arrived in Miam: Beach
apaafed w^:er ON Ifl South Shore Drive Sor-
.-. Ua
a a *
; Barthc Tt r: o-o baa s-:r. \rvimq o: -_-.e Brcr.i New
o-_ests o: Mr or.o Mrs Mot Storeh ~1 SW 11_-
Marilyn Zdi.rman
Weds Nathan \\,J
Mr. and Mrs. Sa, u,i 7 ^
of 800 NW 33rd Avenu?%fi|
announce the m.-,:niip,.e',M|7
dauRhter. Manlv,, .';.% SB
Re!ter last Sun!,. ,V.^'NlN
cember 23rd. a, ,. ^f 'lfc
gregatior. ein E'0,i
Rabbi Morris Skop anH j
or Jacob Tambor ZtCtjtt
the ceremony I,c|ated vl
Maid of honor was Om ir I
lm. causin of the rride ly*|
Rhoda Josephei wa, Tlatr.,|Rl
now-erg.rl. S.ma.Suhru?'', lywedded Mrs R, .-^H
Cpl. Mark M Z .^
man. Ushers w.,. Muhael r*
lar her cousin Norman Fm
nephew of the groom, and!
Zehgman. also the bride's
er. 1
Out-of-ow-n eu.-M, includedkj
and Mrs. M Rur.in Mr anrffl
H. Zelign-.an and Mr and,gjj
Zehgman. all of B, ,,kiy,, ^
Mre. Reiter i> ., graduate J
the Erasmus High School BrookJ
lyn. The groom, son of Mr. >J
Mrs. Jacob Reit. of 311 vy]
102nd Street, is a graduate o'l
Morris High S< I i i| and sernai
four years in the Infantry duniil
Worid War II. J ""J
A reception foll..*ed the ctni
monv at the C^ n grcgation b'jJi.1
ing. After a honevmoon tni ul
Nassau, the coupl. will reside!
3620 SW Ml Ten M.anu. *

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smct
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Miss Lillian Cott!?e)
from Hunter Coiiege. New York,
where she was president of the
Panrellenic Association, chair-
man of Central Sing and a mem-
ber of Alpha Omega Pi sorority.
Sne was also listed in Who's Who
Among Students In Amencan
Colleges And L'niversities.
Mrs Whitman was graduated
the Miami Beach High
School and is a senior majonnf
in real estate at the University of
PI .-a He is a member of Pi
-.i Ph. fraternity.
Ar. autun :. *edding is being
planr-ed ry Mr Whitman and
-.' j --
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28. 1951
Ardmorn Studio
Mrs. Robert H. Kanter
Double King Rites
I'nitc Steig, Kanter
A double ring candlelight cere-
mony united in marriage Miss
Barbara Steig. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Her.ry Steig, 4239 Sher-
idan Avenue, Miami Beach, to
i; i H Kanter last December
10th. .t the Roney Plaza Hotel.
Rab li Jacob Kaplan. Rabbi
| is, Temple Israel, offici-
ate i
The : ride wore a white Moire
street-l'-ngth dress. Her shoulder-
illusion veil was attached
i ironet of lillies of the val-
ley She carried orchids on a
Bible
M m of honor was Mrs. Ber-
nard Reeser, with Mr. Reeser,
bet n an. James Miller Steig
v.:, .-her.
T newlywed Mrs. Kanter
n ited from the Miami Beach
High School. She attended the
l ty of Florida and re-
ceived her degree from the Uni-
Wrsity of Alabama. Mr. Kanter,
son t Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kan-
ter. 235 83rd Street. Miami
Bear.-., attended The Citadel and
era ited from the University of
r'Miam: Law School. He is a vet-
erai World War II. having
serve i two years as a paratroop-
er.
A luncheon followed the cere-
mon> at the Roney Plaza. The
couple left immediately after for
vmoon in San Juan. Puerto
Rico, and the Vjrgin Islands. They
will rv.ake their permanent resi-
dence on Miami Beach.
Hadassah Thanks
Beach Groups
H^c?iyeater Mi;,mi Chapter of
Hada^ah expressed thanks this
week to Miami Beach groups that
presented Hadassah films during
the past year, .
"It is through their cooperation
that work of rescuing the home-
less and providing a haven in Is-
rael for the destitute was fur-1
thered, Mrs. Irwin Weinstein :
president, said.
Others expressing official gra-
titude were the Mesdames Aaron
Courshon. Max Weitz. William,
Feuer and Philip Greenberg
Lmiretz, Levine Wed
In Beach Ceremony
Miss Eileen Frances Lauretz
became the bride of Murray I. I
Levine last December 22nd. in the '
Miami Beach Jewish Center. The
double-ring ceremony was per-
formed by Rabbi Irving Lehrman.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Morris William Lau-
retz, 3600 SW 10th Street. Mr.
Levine is the son of Mrs. Jacob
Levine, 3710 SW 27th Street.
The bride wore a white ankle-
length gown fashioned of Chan-
tily lace and nylon tulle. Her cap
JmMmmimm
PAGE 9 B

Mount Sinai Opens
Jubilee Headquarters
Opening of Jubilee headquar-
ters in the Bridge House on the
grounds of Mount Sinai Hospital
was announced by Leonard A.
Wien, chairman of the 1952
Mount Sinai Jubilee committee.
Assisting William Click, who is
director of the office, are Mrs.
Emily Citron and Miss Babette
Cirlin.
"Sale of the larger tickets is
progressing rapidly, and the num-
ber of better seats is decreasing
steadily," Wien stated.
A deficit of $250,000 was incur-
red during the past year through
the renderirg of free medical care.
While the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation has allocated $93,000
Goodman Named
Treasurer Of Foundation
Abraham Goodman, of New York
ltd Miami, has been named na-
lio al treasurer of the Brandeis
Youth Foundation, Dr. Shlomo
Barnn, founder and director.
announced here last week. Mr.
Goodman is a vice-president of
Z I Organization of America
and treasurer of the United Pil-
estin Appeal.
Mi Bardin also announced that
; irt of the over-all program a
i Kound I-.stitute for Jewish
sleeve bodice had a deep yoke of
lace dramatized by pleated, tulle
to the waistline, a bouffar.t skirt
of three layers of tullee and small
gafcntlets of Chantilly lace. The
headpiece was a tiara of silver
bugles and pearls with a circular
elbow-length French illusion veil.
The bride carried a Bible with
two white orchids and streamers.
Her mother and father gave
the bride away. Her maid of hon-
or was the bridegroom's niece.
Miss Beverly Falk, who wore a
gown of pink tullee and carried a
cascade of pink carnations. Bar-
bara Landers and Susan Falk, Mr.
Levine's nieces, were the flower
girls. Sam Levine, brother of the
bridegroom, was the best man.
After a wedding trip to Mexica
City and Acapulco. the couple
will residue in Miami.
Humanism is being inaugurated
to analyze basic problems of Jew-
ish life through emphasis on cre-
ative projects in the arts and
social sciences.
UlOW AS
BTwn
MORTGAGE LOANS
HENRY E. WOLFF CO.
An Old Standby
For Years
Wr. Ilrtmn's
Cel-Ray
and
Tru Fruit
Beverages
Dealers Phone 3-3121
"A GOOD NAME
la more to be
treasured than riches.*'
P'oi'trbi
GORDON
FUNERAL
HOME
SYMBOLIZES EVERY-
THING A GOOD NAME
IMPLIES
For 25 years the name
GORDON has been as-
sociated with service to
Greater Miami Jewish
causes
In your time of need let
us help you as we have
one for other gratefu'
families
GORDON
710 S.W. 12th Avenue
Phone -13431 or 9-1436
F. I. AHERN
Funeral Director
to the hospital, the continuation
of Mount Sinai's public services
depends upon the success of the
Jubilee in reaching its $150,000
goal, Wien explained.
On February 28th, in the Mi-
ami Beach Auditorium, a Night
Of Stars will take place featur
ing leading personalities of the
entertainment world.

Bialik Branch
Chanuka Party
The Bialik Branch No. 290. Far-
band, will hold a Chanuka Party
Banquet and Concert on Sunday
evening. December 30th, 6:30 p.m.,
at the Kr.eseth Israel Social Hall.
Rabbi Leon Kronish will be
guest speaker. Boris Auerbach
will entertain along with Jack
Krichezsky and Anuyta Melicov.
violinist and pianist. Chairman of
the affair is Nathan Bookspan. _
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A tempting treat for
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PAGE 10 B
+Jeist ncrklkML
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28.
1951
iiahvr To Head
HUM AXA Uroup
Hillel Chapter. Aiepr
A rers
. eek.
- dert of the organization
an Haber Others ap-
" were
Pi vice president: Dave
F. .-.-..-. secretary: Samuel Cohen.
- -ponding secretary-: Larry
L-p.r.. treasurer: Bernard Rodin.
chaplain; and Ed PinMestien and
Edrund Panes, seargents at
Barer and Pinhlfltif n *ere
^cted as delegates t.
a State Convention at Ja.x-
- r -le
V- Zifroni. currently visiting
.V.: : has beer, ser.t iy Israel's
Minister yt Z-.'.ze an a worid-
m.zf concert lowf. He : ar.
Operatic :er.:: ;.-. Kt'. Z:cr. ar.d
K:. Jerusalem A rcrrr.er cap-
= .- :.-. the Hagana. Zif.-cr: s
torn .-.as taker. h:rr. through
Englinn. Italy and South Amer-
ica WBSM -e performed at 45
concerts :r. Argentina. Ir.clud-
e-o Z:frc.-.: s rp*to:re are 24
optras in Hebrev. He also
= .-;-: folk and traditional songs
to 12 language*. The Spanish
press has referred jo Zifrcni as
Isxaefl Caruso. He is the
nephew of the late Miami Re-
vead Rathaa Wroobel Ziironi
sops* to introduce to the eonv
- anity the roost rece.-.t achiere-
nents of Israel's musical art.
H. records may be heard on
Fridays and Sundays. 11 un.
tc .2 p.m.. over radio station
WFEC
Nurses Aide Class
Accepts Enrollment
vt
it -. -

r *.
to 12
-

I
Vi/i Marino Has
i.rimtt ilpvnlna
''.'. i Hoi A
-ded arr. -room
..-..- pool C bana Club.
and pr
nd the Cam.-.
ation cocktail lour.ge
present pro-
i enertainment.
A roof-top health club
poiaOf a gymnasium and
room il an added ftature.
Ownera and operators of the
San Marino are Hiram. Robert
Leonard Robinson and Sam-
uel Levy. The Robinson family
also operated the Georgian
Hotel for the past fifteen years.
Rottert Robir.son announced that
the San Marino will remain open
vear-round basis.
CHANUKA GREETINGS
THE
CORNELL COMPANY
ROOFIKG fe SHEET METAL
4100 N. W. 29th Street
Phone M-2424
roned IV Your Comfort"
Mendelsohn'*, ine.
STRICTLY KOSHER 1W2
RESTAURANT and CATERERS
Corner 41st St and Royal Palm Arenue. Miami Beach. Fla-
Telephone 58-8946_______________
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
ki ins A SOX
JEWELERS
GREETINGS
BRADLEY
PI I >lltl M. | 0#
P. O. Box 732
Hialeah. Florida
ALL WOHK GUARANTEED
Phone 88-1516
BRADLEY GEISSINGER
HA3FCOCK
Refrigeration Co,
-frig:daire dealer
Soles and Service
1524 N. W. 36ti Street
Phone 9-35_:
H C HANCOCK. Prop
114 East Flagier Street
Phono 3-6154
IN A HURRY CALL
KI MR All MI RR AY
THE LUXURY DRY CLEANERS
SIM N-W. 2nd Avenuo Phone 78-5521
Branch: 1400 S.W. 1st St
a Most :-: = p t :-.--<;
Tc AH
Dr Roger W. Arnold
121 S- W. 22nd At.-.u
MIAMI. FLORIDA
GREETINGS
I. vim's Sundries
HARRY AND LARRY
776 Woat Flgaler St
.ERE WISHES FOR
A HAPPY HOLIDAY
THE
I adman I orp.
PHONE 89-4561
; ALL A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
TVR1JB T. TRIPP
1520 PONCE DE LEON BOULEVARD
TO ALL GREETINGS
PHONE 3-3663
LAWREXCE LIMBER CO.
F. H. A FINANCING
663 N. W. 14th Street Miami 1. Florida
DULANEYS
of MIAMI BEACH. Inc.
FOOD MARKET
411 W. 41st St Ph. 5-6441
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY
SAMUEL MERZON
Bendix Automatic Washeteria
58-9526
'Tor a Whiter and Brighter Waih
1112 15th Street
JIM SWANSON
MRS. HELEN PHILLIPS
AND ASSOCIATES
PONYBAR
224 North Miami Arenue
PHONE 2-9428
FOSSETT'S PHARMACY
A: the EntranceHuntington Building
168 S. E First St MiamL Fla. Phono 2-7691
THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE
PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY IN THE WORLD
W. E. FOSSETT, Proprietor
JEWELS SILVER
WORKS OF ART
Furniture. Antiques and Curioi
INTERNATIONAL
FINE ART GALLERIES
1228 Lincoln Rd.. Miami Beach
A. SCHORR. RepretentatiTt
Business Phone 68-1028
Residence Phone 5-2503
GILES
FINE SHOE REPAIRING
Shoos Dyed Any Color
QUICK SERVICE
1743 Coral Way Phone 4-5677
A HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL
R. II. Mi add.< U
REALTOR
Soles Property Management
Mortgage Loans
2719 Por.ce de Leon Blvd.
CORAL GABLES
Phone 48-2591
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY
CHANUKA
THE TOWN RESTAURANT
153 N.E. 1st Street
BREAKFAST LUNCHEON DINNER
Music Air Conditioned 7 A.M. to 2 A.M.
Closed Sunday
Ph. 2-4733
CHANUKA GREETINGS
PICK-UP AND DELIVERY
ZANDER'S LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANERS
3466 N. Miami Avenue Phone 82-1343
E, STRECKER
Truck Body Builders
724 N. W. 21st Street
METALLIC
ENGINEERING CO.
Specializing in Alloy Metals
275 S. W. 6th STREET
SHOP PHONE 9-5034
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY
HOLIDAY
White Rock Bottling Co. of Miami, Inc.
3300 MARY STREET
PHONE 83-1633
TO ALL A
MOST HAPPY
HOLIDAY
SUNSHINE'S
BEAUTY SALON
550 41st St. Miami Beach
SEASON'S GREETINGS
Savory Bake Shop
REAL HOME-MADE
BAKED GOODS
1684 Alton Road
PHONE 58-0136
MIAMI BEACH


FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1951
*ki*l fkridietn
PAGE 11-B
AMERICAN JEWRY'S 1952 GOAL
SET AT $151,500,000 FOR UJA
LOGAN LUMBER COMPANY
253 N.W. 22nd Street
Phcnt 3-4972
The more than 1,000 Jewish communal leaders
who met in Atlantic City, N.J., December 14.
IS and 16 for the annual National Conference
of Ihe United Jewish Appeal wrote a stirring
Climax to their three days of deliberations with
unanimous adoption of a $151,500,000 goal rep-
resenting American Jewry's 1952 responsibility
in efforts to assure Israel's economic consolida-
lion and to make possible a minimum immigra-
tion of 120.000 Jews from Eastern European
and Moslem countries. These Conference scenes
show /top) Edward M. M. Warburg, left unani-
mously drafted to serve for the second year in
succession as UJA General Chairman, with
U.S. Supreme Court Justice William O. Doug-
las, center), and Dr. Abba Hillel Silver. Bot
torn) Elkan R. Myers of Baltimore, left, pre-
sents a SI.000.000 community check to William
Roscnwald. right. Chairman of UJA's Special
Crsh Campaign, as UJA General Chairman
Warburg, center, joins in ceremony. UJA makes
possible programs of United Palestine Appeal.
Joint Distribution Committee and United Serv-
ice for New Americans, constituent agencies of
the UJA.
GREETINGS
Gulf Stream Frozen Foods, Inc.
QUICK FREEZING COLD STORAGE
MIAMI KEY WEST
26 N-E" 27,h S<" Phones 82-2671 82-2572
s'aTe'm'In'n
the ~3.SE OF SEA POOD .60 N.W. N. RIVER DRIVE PH
I 0 = a P i Prr i .
--- ---:. c. s -, steakt c-.r. Sh .-,
COCKTAIL BAR OPE'. UNTIL A.M.
Con : s Entertainment Cater,no T0 P.,--..
Dock V- .- B- ht |
________________yW PARKING FAC'L TIES AVAILABLE
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
Lagoon Restaurant and Bar
YOUR PATRONAGE APPRECIATED
23 SUNNY ISLE BOULEVARD
GREETINGS
COTTAGE INN
J7Ug/umf 9nc.
Women's Apparel
738 Lincoln Road Phone 5-3429
MIAMI BEACH
SINCERE HOLIDAYS
GREETINGS
FROM
NORMANDY
SCHOOL
L2D HUBERMAN
1021 Biaxrit* Drive
PHONE 86-6811
MIAMI BEACH
"CHICKEN IN THE ROUGH"
Quality Quantity
Reasonable
2235 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD PHONE 3-34":
f->R V F T I ^ f ^
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N. W. 79th Street at 7th Avenue
THE BEST OF FOODS With Friendly Service
Air Conditioned Popular Prices Ample Parkins
GREETINGS
"Everything in Plumbing"
HOME-OWNERS PLUMBING SUPPLY CORP.
HARDWARE. ELECTRICAL SUPPLIERS. PAINTS
Phone 4-0569 854 S. W. 27th Ave. Miami. Fla.
MR. & MRS. ROBERT SCHWEITZER
GREETINGS
InvpNtorN BM versified Service*, Inc.
MORTGAGE LOAN DEPARTMENT
Room 300
let National Bank Building
CORAL GABLES. FLORIDA
Chanuka Greetings To Our Many Friends
MIAMI DIAMOND CENTER
Mr. & Mrs. Jacob Rabinowitz
Mr. & Mrs. David Rabinowitz
Mr. & Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz
Mr. & Mrs. Sol Goldstein
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
ALEXANDER D. SMITH
Real Estate
382 Miracle Mile. Coral Gables Phone 83-5213
and
3365 S. W. 3rd Avenue Phone 9-7651
Listen to the
JEWISH VARIETY HOUR
WMBM 800 on your Dial
Every Sunday irom 2 to 3
Wednesday fc Friday from
1:30 to 2
WTTT 1490 on your Dial
Every Sunday from 10 to 11 A.M
Jacob Schachter
Director
NORMAN R. LYONS
Newscaster sno Historical
Narrator
<; r f; e t i v u s
When In Search For Definitely Better
Furniture and Home Furnishings
At Reasonable Prices
Remember The Name
WOODRUM'S
ONE OF FLORIDA'S LARGEST AND FINEST
HOME FURNISHERS
AIR CONDITIONED
NORTHEAST SECOND AVE. AT
SEVENTY-THIRD STREET
MIAMI
Phone 84-1625
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+Jmls*ncrl(Hari
FRIDAY. DECEMBER 28. jj
HUNTER LYON, INC.
901 So. Miami Ave. 3-3331
INSURANCE
A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL
ANDRE, INC.
U.S.N.A. REPRESENTED AT
BRUSSELS MIGRANT CONFERENCE
MAKERS OF FINE CANDIES
BONDED FRUIT SHIPPERS
1121 Washington Avenue
Phone 58-3614
GRXETI NG S
t azu Tavern Hetttaurant
LUNCHES DINNERS
Service Qualify
2003 N. MIAMI AVENUE MIAML FLORIDA
CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL THE ORGANIZATIONS
AND FRIENDS FROM
The .Iliami llearh Louisa Chapter of
The American Jewish Congress
MRS. HARRY KORETSKY. Pies.
SEASONS GREETINGS
COLONIAL
Transfer Company, far.
AIR CARGO PICK UP and DELIVERY
COMMERCIAL HAULING
BONDED WAREHOUSE
Arthur Gr.enleigh (standing, second from right), execut.ve direc-
tor. United Service for New American*, wes one of the official
advisors to the United States delegation participating in a recent
23-nation conference in Brussels. Belgium, which established the
Provisional Intergovernmental Committee for the Movement of
Migrants from Europe. Succeeding the International Refugee
Organisation, which ceases operations at the end of 1951. the new
intergovernmental agency aims to transfer 115.000 of Western
Europe's surplus population to underpopulated areas during 1952.
U.S.N.A.. major American immigration and resettlement agency
for Jewish survivors, and other U.S. voluntary agencies wiU take
an active part in the new organisation, which will also have the
responsibility for the movement of refugee, remaining ui Europe
afteV IRO-s dissolution. Shown here (seated) are U.S. delegation
leaders George L. Warren of the State Department and Congress-
man Francis Walter of Pennsylvania. Standing are executive of
the four major U.S. agencies who served as official advisors. They
are Dr. Clarence E. Krumholi. National Lutheran Council: oUmd
Elliot. Church World Service: Greenleigh. and the Rt. Rev. Men-
signor Edward E. Swan.trom. Notional C^boMc WOto Co-
ference. U.S.N.A. receives its funds from the United Jewish Ap-
peal.
E2 N.E. 26th STREET
PHONE 82-7671
II. I- ROBERTSON
PLUMBING PHONE 83-2695
Heating and Gas Installations
"We Cover Greater Miami"
Miami, Fla.
3148 Coral Way
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY HOLIDAY
*
DOKHORN PRODUCE INC.
2143 N. W. 12th Atoduo
Phono 9-8411
TO ALL
SEASON'S GREETINGS
Mitehell D. Price, Zaring A Florence
GREETINGS
McCANN PLUMBING CO.
PLUMBING and HEATING
CONTRACTORS
Howard G. McCann. Owner
330 N.W. 7 lot STREET
PHONE 84-9514
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY CHANUKA
CITY AUTO
PARTS
Morris and Bill Zuckermatj
79 N. W. 20th St.
Ph S-1457
LOTSPEICH
FLOORING CO.
3800 N. E. 1st Avenue
A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
Henry E.
Mangels Company
Distributors tor
Sehlitz
"The Beer that made
Milwaukee Famous"
122 N.E. 11th St. Phone MM]
DAN CHAPPELL
U!
1004 Biscayne Building
GREETINGS
*
Paramount
Soda Shop
253 East Flagler Street
Miami. Florida
Phone 3-9244
Henry Ford II third from left), president of the Ford Motor Com-
pany, and Lewis S. Rosentiel (second from left), president and
chairman of the board of Schenley Industries, were cited for
their services in the fight to extend human rights at a dinner
climaxing the 19S1 Joint Defense Appeal campaign in New York,
last December 13th. Jacob Blauslein (extreme left) and Judge
Meier Steinbrink (extreme right) look on.
SAVOY HOTEL
"Open Year Around"
252 N.W. Second StrHt
D. Beryl Manischewits (left), presents the Manischewits Found.
lion's Benny Leonard Good Sportsmanship Trophy to middle-
weight boxing champion Ray Robinson, while New York's Mayor
Impollittori looks on. This award is mode annually to an out-
standing individual, in recognition of his contribution to the
furtherance of the American ideals of fair play and iinseiilaniling.
VOGUE
Laundry and Cleantn
PHONE 5 7489
The Best For Less
Office and Plant
1425 20th Street
MIAMI BEACH
PETERS
Drlve-rna>r
"Barbecue Ribs and
Chicken'
(Oppootto the Jai-Alai)
Ph. tt-9385
37W N. W. 3*th So**
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fftfDAY. DECEMBER 28. 1951
^JwlstrhrMlan
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
To Our Many Jewish Friends
And Patron* .
LARRY MARKS & CO.
120 N. W. 2nd Street
EGETABLES
ITAMINS
ICTORY
KLEFEKER
PRODUCE CO.
1215 N.W. 21tl St. Ph. 3-8795
GREETINGS !
TRAIL i
Tackle Shop
LIVE SHRIMP
Fresh Mullet and Shrimp
"Everything for the Fisherman"
1715 S.W. 8th Street
Phone 2-9656
A HAPPY
CHANUKAH TO ALL
Itivanov
Sculpture Studio
12755 N.E. 14th Ave.
Phone 78-1403
TO ALL .
GREETINGS
Mrs.
V. C. PLUMMER
CHANUKA GREETINGS
TO ALL
WAYSIDE FARMS
SPECIALIZING IN HOME
GROWN STRAWBERRIES
1635 N.W. 42nd Court
CHANUKAH IN OUR TIME
GREETINGS
TO ALL
SMITH'S
RELIABLE SERVICE
BE SURE WITH PURE"
washing Polishing Greasing
Auto Repairs
3866 S. W. 8th Street
PHONE 83-9177
Office Phone 2-2411
Residence Phone 4-3922
FOSTER
Electric Co.
CONTRACTING
ALTERATIONS
SERVICE
Paul Foster, Owner
2175 W. Flagler Street
Miami. Florida
PAGE 13 B
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
Airway Bar and Restaurant
STEAKS-CmcCKEANGE G.DSV ALABLE
i~ Seventh "S^g*,
A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
Tropicalites
Cold Cathode Lighting
NEON SIGNS MAINTENANCE
445 N. W. 54,h STREET PHoNE 78-8711
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA*'
C. A II. HOME m II III its
"BUILDERS OF FINE HOMES"
7171 S.W. 13th Street 3531 S.W. 12.h Street
Phones 87-8774 48-5775
ANCIENT MIRACLE OF CHANUKAH HAS MODERN PARAL-
ttSrfp chuSST ^rf "el th8i thCSe C3ndles illuminate. TW
WnrlH h. li^i Vm devasial"d and blood-soaked Old
Uahlt Z*t"u nUia^e;2aXe Upn ,he candles n '" Menorah
W. .f f HJAS' lhe Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society,
to demonstrate to them the significance of Chanukah. the Feslivl
uL.. 2 "mmJemor*jn9 the ancient miracle that occurred when
the Maccabees defeated and dispersed the enemies of Israel. Tra
ditional Chanukah services were to be held at the HIAS Shelter
in New York for several hundred recently-arrived immigrants who
were assisted in their immigration to the U.S. by HIAS.
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
T
? IN L0S ANGELES ............................ IT'S MIKE LYMANS
?IN CHICAGO ............................................ irs HENRICIS
? IN NEW YORK ................................................ Irs LINDy3
? IN MIAMI BEACH IT'S .
WOLFIE'S
RESTAURANT SANDWICH SHOP
No. 1 Lincoln Road Collins Ave. at 21 St.

GREETINGS
PAUL A. MICKLER JOHN A. LYDEN
MICKLER-LYDEN a
REALTORS
SALES RENTALS MANAGEMENT
Phone 4-6417 1300 Ponce De Leo.-. Blvd.
CORAL GABLES 34. FLORIDA
CALL 2-4768
YOUR TRANSFER PROBLEMS ?^
BRIIM.ES I It \>si III CO.
48 N.W. 7th Street Phone 2-4763
Utzinger's Musical Instrument Service
The Only Complete Repair and Refinishing Service in Miami
Martin Band Instruments F%*tory Methods and Parts used
Member Affiliated Musician Service of America
11 and 13 N. E. 5th St Phone 9-3554 Miami 36. Fla.
BOND DRIVE YIELDS FRUIT. Israel is grateful this year for
the $50.000.000 it has already received as the first proceeds of the
$500,000,000 State of Israel Bond Issue. This S50.000.000 is the first
fruit of the Israel Bond drive which must provide the resources
for industrial and agricultural expansion in Israel and for the
absorption of hundreds of thousands of newcomers during the next
three years of rapid development.
FLEEMAX III II III II*.
721 N. W. 21st Court
GREETINGS !
leco. -I. I>ucsi Sundries
FOUNTAIN SERVICE LUNCHES
3600 W. FLAGLER STREET
;:>,**
RIGHT DOWN TOWN EASY TO STOP AT
Tropical Typewriter Service
431 WEST FLAGLER ST.
Phone 2-8333 or 9-5191
V.:. >re the Libby's have everything you need for the offi
TYPEWRITERSADDING MACHINESCHECK PROTECTORS
DESKSSAFESCHAIRSFILING CABINETS
It will pay you to pay them a visit
TO ALL .
GREETINGS
Woodsiuall Agency,
GENERAL INSURANCE
1114 Congress Bldg. Phone 8
II. H.
Inc.
..r, .Ami hfi P EXPAND FISHING FLEET. Israelis
ISRAEL BONDS "g^JgferflW good harVe.t of fish which
,r. giving thank, thu Chanukah tor neg g- ^ ^ ^
comprise, a large part of "' ^trucled9 Caesai.-a and
ferity. A fishing wharf "" *"n nJ j added to the Israel
boat, such a. 'h~t?thi?rall0Son. from the 5500.000.000 State
fishing fleet with toMW lloca,,B1*nd drive is indispensable for
of Israel Bond l""^/eXpar.?ionin Israel and for the ab-
iS^AlfStSSeS newcomers during the next
three years.
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
Richie Plumbing Supply. Inc.
NEW AND USED PLUMBING SUPPLIES
2116 N.W. 27th Ave. Telephone 9-2641 Miami. Fla.
THE LEVIN FAMILY
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER a. l*
PRIME MINISTER MARKS 65th BIRTHDAY
GREETINGS
GULP KLKCTRIC SERVICE
3529 N. E. Second Avenue
Phone 3-4113
GREETINGS TO ALL "^
KKAGSETH
YOUR FRIENDLY STATIONERY STORE
55 N.E. 1st St.82-4611 1468 N.W. 36th St.3-8911
7936 N.E. 2nd Are.78-0511 1462 Washington Ave.-5-0894
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
ENIOY MORE "POLAR ICE CREAM"
POLAR ICB CREAM CO- I\C.
2120 N.W. 11th Avenue Phone 94881
Southeastern Finance Co.
PHONE 2-7005
duPont Building
Miami
A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
FURS EXCLUSIVELY BY
PINTO
!
1642 Euclid Avenue
Phone 5-7066
SUB rmiM >iaiii
WOMEN'S APPAREL
MISSES AND JUNIOR COATS AND SUITS
23 N. E. 25th Street
Miami
.. -eceiTe - T^r-.d Ben-Gur.cn is shown as he celebrated his 6Sth birthday last week in Israel.
- -: :he day :r -?:ve 1 brary paging some cf the thousands o! his favor-
-*- 5 G ra uadet Bw Ink weeic from several US Zionist leaders for his blast against them.
A
SOUTHERN TILE COMPANY
TTLE MARBLE TERAZZO
25:: S. W. ZS Lane
4*:.- PHONES 4-44"5
WINDOW CLEANING
SERVICE
Fred ar.d Hcrbort Abrams
Cleaning Specialists
CHIMNEYS FLOORS
WINDOWS
1613 Alton Road
PHONE S-590"
WITH BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHAN
JOSEPH JORDAN
REAL ESTATE BROKER
555 N.E. 125th Street
Phor.e 7-1687
I'ii'hl- hiiMom Kovers
AUTO SEAT COTEBS TC?5 ITT
PICK OT AST DCXJVEBY EEBVICE
I.V. N Miarr.: Arer.-e
Pboaa : :: = =
You Goto Bed
TO SLEEP
-NOT TO FRET
GREETINGS FROM JACK AND ROSE KAABE
NEWS TOWER GRILL
WE AIM TO PLEASE"
Lunches Sandwiches Soft DrinJcs
IN THE NEWS TOWER
ALL A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY
PARK >1 tMSON STUDIO
PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPH!R S
205-07 Lincoln Bldg. 350 Lincoln Road
Phone 5-5260 Miami Beach, Florida
OILS FRAMES MINIATURES
5T --A
Nationally Famous Seafood also Chocker. Steak Chops
I III I II and Hill/
::;; ^ Miasn Avenue P=-one 1 JQ
I r* v
I- -- i
HARRY'S PHARMA1 Y
FOUNTAIN SERVICE SUNDR25
".::- S W. Sh ST.ETT PHCNE 2-S35C
WWf.Ys.TMJ,
BOLZ)AY SEEE73GS
17 ALTON BOAT
Tel 5*-4i>4
SEASON'S GREETINGS
POSTON BRIDGE & IRON, Inc.
"Steel Erecting" "Crane Service'
RALPH POSTON
741 S.E 4th Street. Hialeah. Fla- Phone 88-4913
TO ALL HAPPY CHANUKA
Dixie Urns Corporation
Moe Langet
405 So. Dixie Highway Coral GaW*
TO ALL A HAPPY
HOLIDAY
II IM.i: WAITKIl H. RErKHAM
JUVENILE COURT _
m*


FRIDAY. DECEMBER 28, 1951
LEGAL NOTICE
-Jewlsfirhrldiaw
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 14581V
BEATRICE ROSE KICCA. plaintiff.
...|\"n<> I I.. RICCA. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Tii i;.\Sl'ANO I. L. RICCA
\iil '.<. 171 West 23rd Street
NEW YOKK. N. Y.
y. il ia required to nerve n co|iy of
Answer to the mil of Complain!
1>i\.....t on the Plaintiff's Al-
and to file the original ans-
the Office of the Clerk of the
, i | i nun on or before the 14th
(jaj of January. 1952: otherwise, the
1 i| of Complaint for Divorce hereto-
fore filed herein will be taken as con-
i, --.il by you.
HATED at Miami. Florida, this 12th
,1 iv of December, 1951.
K B. I.KATHKHMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
I'..il.- County. Florida
Hy: WM. W. STOCKING
Deputy Clerk
Name and Address of
plaintiffs Attorney:
\i.K.MAN R. LYONS.
M'-12 dlynipia Bldg.
Miami. Florida
121421-28 1/4
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
HTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY.
No. 145821
HELEN GOODMAN. Plaintiff,
vs.
]I\IU,I> GOODMAN. Defendant.
ORDER BY PUBLICATION
T'> HAROLD GOODMAN
:'4u West 2lst Street
Bronx. New York
You are hereby notified that a Bill
el .tint for Divorce has been
I against you and you are hereby
I d to serve a copy of your
Answer l" the Rill of Complaint on
lintiffa attorney and file the orig-
inal Answer In the office of the Clerk
the Circuit Court on or before the
14th day of January. 1951: otherwise,
legations of said Bill of Com-
will be taken as confessed a-
i you.
Dated this 12th day of December.
.
K H LKATMKRMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By R. II RICK. JR.
Deputy Cleik
HE J TALJANOFF
Alti ni i for Plaintiff
4: i Lincoln Road
. Beach, Horida
:-28 1/4________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
ViTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th.it
derslgned, desiring to engagi n
inder the flctltloua name of
LITTLE RHl >DY, at 818* Byron Av-
- fslde, Miami Beach, Florida,
register laid name a Ith
i II of the Circuit Court ..f Dad<
hlorida.
NATHAN KRAMER
GLADYS KRAMER
& GENET
foi Owners
1/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN ,h..,
h. undersigned, desiring to engage In
PENN^TERnV^ ,!""""- SS "
i i.N.N-TMtitAi e (an apartment
Mian i Beai h, l lorlda. Intends to reg-
ster tgU Mm, ,,,, ,,. ,.,,.,.,. f
KoVfda""*"' < "...... Coifnty!
CO-PAN0YPERAT,NG
PALLOT, mdrS^uiXESP"
Attorneys ror 8 a- m Oi.....ting
' ompany
not Ingraham Bids
Miami, Florida
12,14-21-28 1/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
,___ NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY given that
the undersigned, desiring to ensue in
wTvoV"''1''''"" "etltioua name of
ali-eht s. at i?oi n. w. ;lh Avenue
Miami, Ha, Intends to register said
STEPHEN FSKX^.^iMNK1I'ER
Attorney for Applicant
2200 W. Flngler Street
12/14-21-28 1/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
,KNOT'rE ls HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
BffSfS JSfi. ,h'' 'ICtltlOUa name of
J. lUl^ZJ K R MAN11-ACTIHINC
COMPANY, at Lincoln Road, Mi-
ami Reach. Ela.. intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the i .
cult Court of Dade County, Florida.
NED GI.ASSRERG
STANLEY GI.ASSBERG
NORMAN QLAK8BERQ
Co-Partners
HAROLD SHAPIRO
Attorney for Applicants
927 Lincoln Road
12'14-21-2 1/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
i-ii.mI. desiring to engage in
inder the fictitious name of
iRIPTWOOD BAR, at 2140 N. W.
Street, Miami, Ha.. Intends to
said name with the Clerk of
1 r ult Court of Dade County.
JUNE ADA1K WILKINS
Sole llwner
STEPHEN F KESS1.ER
\ II n. v f,,r Applicant
W Elagler St.
1-21-M 1/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
>"TICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that
partnership lately subsisting be-
loi Springer and Steve Venesla,
a TOWER SERVICE STATION
.- W Mh St. was dissolved
itual consent on 11 10 81 and
the undersigned int.-mis to cam
their business alone, and will pay
harss all debts and liabilities
i late firm,
JOE SPRINGER
LI'HEN F KE88LER
lornej for Applicant
Weal Plagler St.
Horida
I 21-28
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No 14348C
WEINE-HEEMAN BUILDERS,
ini a Florida Corpora I V
Plaintiff,
VI
EDITH ROBERTS, Defendant.
NOTICE OF MASTERS SALE
None i- hereby given thai the
undersigned, as Special Maater, under
and by virtue of the Final l >ei ree ol
miic. heretofore entered In that
certain lause pending In the Cli
Court of the Elev< nth Judicial Circuil
I of Horida In and f u Dade County, in
Chancery, being Chaneer> Case No
143480, in winch VVEINE-HERMAN
BL'ILDERS, INC a I loi da orp ir-
ation. is Plaintiff, and EDITH ROB-
ERTS, li defendant, I, ci Bpei lal
Maater In Chancery appointed by the
Court m s.ud decree male: and bs
virtue ol the terms thereof, will offer
li a nd ell nubile1 auction i"
the highest \'\ beat bidder for cash
at the South Front Dooi of the Court
House ,-r Dad,- County, In the City of
Miami. Florida, on the 7th day of
January, A D, 1951, between the hours
of 11:00 a ni and 2:00 p.m., the same
being a legal sales da) and the hour
a legal hour of sale, the following
il, sei ibed real property:
Ix.t | Bio. k 48, of CINEMA
PARK ADDITION to COUN-
TRY ri.ru estates, ac-
cording to the plat thereof, re-
corded in Plat Book 17. at
page 2 of the Public Iteeords
of Dade County, Florida.
Dated this "th day of December.
1951.
LOUIE HANDEL.
Special Master In >''
nil Blscayne Building
Miami. Honda
12 14-21-28 1/4
PAGE 15 B
NN0T,CE NUANMDEERLAFVVCT,T'0US
hN,^.E..I?.HBRBBToiVEN that
' S.'.Mnd,o.h,,7iar.gV-
s sa mat
STEVE VENE/.IA
STEPHEN F KEsseer'
:.,l"r"'.'' ,'" Applicant
ii/?.iY-2i^B,er M""
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
.NOTICE IS HEREHY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
BUN\?HEU^rRlrhe^eU2el "
"I N( HE PARK HAKKI1V at .....n
E522SS -'ark ""v" '"' &*
'," "' '"register s:,,n .,. ffa
JOE l'i *
FREDERICK S 0ROB8BERO "*""''
Attorney for Applicant
04 Blscayne Building
II M4-21-2S
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
.NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersign.-d. dealrlni to engage
f llwT.'V,,?''{'.'r^0 "c'toua name
of SKYLARK MOTEL, at ftsol E. Bay
Harbor Drive. Bav Harbor Islands,
Hade i ounty, Fla.. intends to regiatei
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade Countv Florida
DANIEL D SCHLAP1K, M D,
BERICK, SHAPIRO & FRIED
Attorneys for Applicant
4S0 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fla.
12/7-14-21 jv
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ACME TRAM,El! PARTS A SERVICE
at 840S N W. 22nd Avenue, Dade
i ounty, Intends to register said name
with th.- cierk of th.- Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida
-.. SAM FAITH
STEPHEN F KESSLER
Attornej for Applicant
22"" W. Flaglei street
12 7-14-21-38
in TN0T^E TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
'NFirtSlr;?R WDECOUNTY,"
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
, No. 27129-B
In Re; ESTATE OK
To ui".'',"!', M CU7,N.' Deceaaed
To All editors and Ail Persons Hav-
s'nd 2SK. '" Demand *"'
You. and each of you, are l,n,.i
notified and required to p?entani
ctalma and demand- which you, or
', "' !-......id M itti.Vo de-
ceased late o King, County. "New
rprk, o j,.- Honorable County Judges
h H",n("""v', '""' "' iheaamefn
n ..:.,'" '".""; ''"""'v fourthoua.
>> ,'' ounty. Florida, within eight
calendar.month, f,.,,,, ,h X'.
fust publication hereof, ......lalma
or d,,n,n.is to contain the lega
;.....,"f the claimant and to be .wont
wiH'i','ba,',':.d:'n's^''r'-'iii-'': -.......
Date i lecember 18th, A D 19S1
MARQHERITE CUTINO as
ancillary Bxecutrljc of tii,.
Last win and Testan enl f
LEOPOLD M CUTINO.
MIl.To.N A ERIEDMAN """""''
Attorney for Executrix
12 21-28 l/4-ll
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
i"l^,"l'.T? 8ffi!S '"'' flctltloua name of
EEREE ORIOLNALS, at III list
Street. .Miami Beach, Honda, intends
to regiHer aaid name with the Clerk
or the Circuit Court of Dad. County,
1- loi ida
FREIDA RPCHHoI^
JOSEPH PARDOl60WBer
Attorney for Applicant
814 Seybotd Bldg.
Miami. Florida
12 21-28 l-ll
Pythian Sisters
install OSiii'Prs
Roosevelt Temple No. 33, Pvth-
|ian Sisters, will hold an ope.-: in-
stallation of officers on January
i-?i u 'nth^ Dora Ausust Memor-
ial Hall. 8 p.m.
Newly elected officers for the
coming year are Mrs. Lewis J.
Brooks, Most Excellen Chief: Mrs.
Arthur J Brown, Most Excellent
Senior: Mrs. Manuel Rudes, Most
Lxcellent Junior: Mrs. Alfred
Wiseman. Manager: Mrs. Nathan
Sander. Protector; Mrs. Arthur
Kobinson, Guard; Mrs. Lewis
Pomerantz. secretary; and Mrs.
Jessie Bernie, Treasurer.
Guest speaker will be Simon
Englander, Miami Beach attor-
ney, who is a Past Grand Chan-
cellor of the State of New Jersey
The sisters will also present a
mock meeting in operetta form
directed by chairman of the En-
tertainment Committee, Mrs. Ber-
nard Welkind.
Dov Mizrachi Women
The Dov Chapter, Mizrachi
Women, will hold its next regu-
lar meeting on Wednesday. Jan-
uary 2nd, 1 p.m., at the Beth El
Center, Mrs. Rose Pertes, presi-
dent, announced.
Highlighted will be a discus-
sion of plans for the chapter's
Supper Party to be held on Sun-
day, January 20th.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN i
no. to engage
buaim -- indi i thi I i tltinua name
ANNCO SERVICE, 2..... 8. W.
Street, Miami, Fla intend to regi*
aid nan., with th. i "lerk of the <
cult C of I >ade < 'ounty,
MOLLIE E 1 RIKDBERi
ANNE ROTHENBERQ
11' 7-14-.. -.-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engagi In
pualnesa under the fictitious name of
BARBARA APARTMENTS, at I59-187
Baal Second St.... t, h ., ...i,. Florida,
Intend to register -aid name with the
clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
FRANK HI S.MAN
MAE EISMAN
MAX R SILVER
Attoi ni fi : Appl
922 Seyhold Building
Miami. Florida
:. :-!i-21
Dr. Glick Airs Problems
Of Medicine At Forum
The Problems Of Medicine will
be the topic of Dr. M. J. Glick's
discussion before Der Yiddisher
Forum tomorrow evening, 8:15
p.m., in the Conference Room of
The Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, 420 Lincoln Road.
hat
In
of

tei
1r-
i.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in bualness under the fictitious name
of SKYLARK HOTEL, at 9901 E Baj
Harbor Drive, Baj Harbor Islands,
Dade County. Fla., intend.- to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit court of Dade county. Florida.
DANIEL 1' SCHLAPIK, M D,
flW I;' '
BERICK, SHAPIRO ^ FRIED
Attorneya for Api ii> am
420 Lin,oil; Road
Miami Beach. Fla.
12 7-14-21-28
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 140216- F
A -s INVESTMENT CO,
Plaintiff,
IIENDLB DONOVAN and.
d, her unknown ipotuM,
I >e|,.||d.IntS.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
LENA BEN OLE DONOVAN
n I, it m ii lied, her unknown
spouse; If living and. if dead, all
a n hi ii a, de\ laeei, legatees,
Krantaes, creditors or other par-
claiming by, through, under
Against the above named lie
'nits, who are not known to
dead or alive; and all parson)
iMiiies otherwise claiming
i lent, title, claim or Int.
and tO the following describ-
ed property, to wit:
1 '. of s\v i of BE \ of Section
Township .'.:> South, Range 19
' lying and being In Dade
,. t ounty. Hoi .da
. i"l ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
a i. | of Complaint to quiet title |
di i Ibed propel I hai
i aajalnai you, and you are
sen.....p3 ol ) our Ans-
i l< adlng to the BUI ol Com-
"ii the Plaintiff's attorneya.
SI i a m.ji.iv. mi-i ingraham
Miami, Floi < nd file the
oi Pleading 11 > thi
'he Clerk of the Circuit Com I
fore in- i Ith 'l.'^ of Jai
hi : w ise ,, Decrei Pro C
i-i you.
,, "-1 ED al Miami, Florida, this 5th
: i 'i ember, A 11 1951,
E B, LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuil Court
in and foi I le.de lountj .
Florida.
By WM W ST' iCKIN'J
Pan ,. I'eiiuty Clerk
iii 'J; T' ?IIA'KIt MULLOY
iiu ii"y". ,or Plaintiff
Mi. ?r,hm Building
Miami. Florida
"/7-14-21-Jl
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 26935-B
In P.. ESTATE OF
MARJ< IRIE TI'RNER BREWER,
formerly MARJORIE V, TI'RNER,
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credltom and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against
s.iai Estate:
YOU, and each Of yOU, '!.
notified and quired t.. presi nl anj
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have againsl the
.Mat.- of MARJORIE T I' R N E R
BREWER, formerlj MARJORIE V
TURNER, di i ised late of the City
of Miami Beach, Dndi Counts Floi
,,,. ,,, ,1.,. ||. ,, W F RLANTON.
County Judge of Dade County, and
file the same In his office in the
Count) Courthouse In lude County.
I-l.a ida. within elghl calendar montns
from the date of the first nan
hereof. Said i lalma or d< mi
contain the legal address ol the
ml and to be aworn to ai
., nti d as aforesaid, oi same ill be
barred See B< lion 120 of the 198S
Probate ^cl
Date December '". \ p 19..1.
EMMA LOIS l i l;NI '
a- Exei in i\ Ihi Laal
Will and Ti stameni of
MARJORIE TURNER
BREWER, foi mei i
MARJORIE V, TURNER,
HERMAN ORAYSOS and
I.mis SCHW KRZKOPF
Attorneya f"i En il
;: 14-21 2S I i
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 254U
RE F.S \ rK OF ^
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE

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N i .
, \\ I l .AN ">
SrtiT.
PAUL A WA8BERMAM
MORTON ROTHENHERO
Attorney for Executrlcea
12/714-21-21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No 14589',
HAROLD ROSEN. Plaintiff.
\ s.
iLGA Ri 'SEN. Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
fc i. (ILOA RI I8EN
c o David Drucker
121 Clark r ..
Bronx, N V
you are required to serve a cops
of vour answer to th. hill of on
to,- divi rce i tiffs attorney, and
to fill thi swer in th< offli e
of the Clerk of the circuit Court, on
,,. i ,. 16th das of January,
IjSj nthi rw -. th< bill "f com,
for divorce, heretofon filed hi
will be taki ss> bs you. ,
DATED at Mlai Mlo da, thla 1 .tu
das of 1 mbi
E B LEATHERMAN,
.,,''
' '^vWM.'w. STOCKING
'.... i 'li rk
MICHAEL M ISENBERO
Attornes r Plaintiff
io: '
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ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
The Iewteh Florldicm eo-
lldbi your legal noticef*.
We appreciate youf
patronage and guaran-
tee accurate service at
legal rates. Phone 2-1141
for messenger service.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 145819
MARY HALBERT, Plaintiff,
:i'H HALBERT. Defi ndant.
SLIT FOR DIVORCE
To: Joseph halbert
Mas fair Apart mi
A lantlc i 'ity, New Jet aey
You. Joseph Halberti hereby
notified that a BUI of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed againsl S'ou,
and von are required to serve a cops
nr Answer or Pleading to the
Bill of Complaint on the aln"'ff'i
Attorney, IRVIN SCHERR, Esq., 2200
Collins Avenue. Mi.c: Bi h Flor-
ida, ami file the original Ansan
Pleading In the office of th* Clerk
ol the Circuil Court on or before the
nth da] of Jan tary. 1952, u you
to do so, judgment !> default
taken against you for the relief de
nianded In the Bill of Complaint,
I mine AND ORDERED at Miami.
Honda, this u'th day of December,
a D, 1951,
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
I igde County, Florida,
Bj R H RICE, JR.
iiv Clerk.
nt "ourt Sea 11
IRVIN SCHERR Esq
Attornes for Plalntifl
22.....'ofllnt Av.-
'.' v..... li. Floi Ida
; 1-281-4
Assail Kosher
Snacks As Trail
NEW YORK CITY (AJP)So-
called "kosher style" waxed-pa-
per wrapped sandwiches di
j peared last week from the
i "menu" oflered New Yorkers by
lUtomatic sandwich ma
installed in terminals and other
i u.-y spots in mid-town Man -
tan.
The use of the term '"kosher
style" had been assailed by local
rabbis as "misleading" and
"meaning traif."
A spokesman for the distribut-
ing company told an American
j\ wish Press reporter that "we've
replaced the listing"' but side-
tracked any further details.
Earlier the company spokesman
said the sandwiches were pur-
chased from an outside firm and
that as a distributor the automa-
tic machine the firm had "noth-
ing to do with the listing of the
! sandwiches.*'
Until recently the "kosher style
' salami" shared billing on the
quarter sandwich machine with
"Virginia ham" snacks and cheese
sandwiches.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY.
No. 14594'
i'i:s \i:K Bi t:Ii i, Plaintiff.
I EX \ Bi iERI I. Defi il
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
T<>: I.HNA HOERO
Casti nuevo Calcea
r:.'. e of Aatl
v. i.kn \ Bi >ERi aati
Provlnci Vsl II !
notified thai I of Com-
divoi'. has bi %n
i, and von ai.
f your Allswi I I'lcad-
t| Ltill of Complaint on the
if At I
. il Miami Bi ii I
ida, and fill ''
' '
.....efori
17th nary. 1 '- :i
idgmeni bj di
ou ror thi
i .\;: AND ORDERED I "
I lay of Decembi
v I
B : EATHERM VN,

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SEITLIN & COMPANY
PERSONAL
AND
COMMERCIAL
COVERAGES
PHONE 9-3836
19 N. K. 8nd T. MIAMI S2. FLA.
Israel Government
Stamp Competition
Tin Israel Stamp Workshop Pul-
recently indicated that the
past v, ar's set ol stamps marking
the autumn holidays. Rosr. Ha-
- :.,.. Sukkoth and Simchat
Torah, was the result of a
, :.: ient-sponsored competitiin.
prize went to the Me srs
W Wind and F. Strusky for their
purple 40 pruta Simchat Torah
; embellished by a ri
i d Torah on which hangs a
ield. Second prize wen'
t. Professor M. Kara for his 15
pruta Sukkoth stamp -iipichi.- an
I wearing a costume of
thi era of the second Temple
Third prize went to Wind
Si ISkv .'gain for then' bl
U R sh Hashona stamp
. legend J ij Holida ,
This year Rive Israel Bon
.....h gifts. The Stal
4500.000.000 Independ
Issue, Israel
and with freedom,
ring < ';':
the pioneers oi Is
n U Bond : -r
i will heir. e I ia1
dice._______________________
LEGAL NOTICE
,. Ji UNDER F.C.iTIOUS
NAME LAW .
v,. E IS HERERY UD l-\
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t&SfjfeT RAHMAN
Bole Owner
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