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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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

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l Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 25Number 1
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 4. 1952
Bureau Of Jewish Education
Dedicates Building On Sunday
PRICE: TIN CENTS
A special program has been
iJ^nned for the formal dedication
f the new home of the Bureau
i Jewish Education, at 135 NW
3rd Avenue, to be held Sunday,
Jaruary 6th.
The building will be open from
1 to 6 p.m. At that time, new
ish Social Service Bureau; Max-8>-
Orovitz. president of Mount Sinai
Hospital; Mrs. Juliet Oshlag,
president of the local chapter of
the National Council of Jewish
Women; Dan Ruskin, president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
ation; Judge Harold B. Spaet,
ffices of the Bureau of Jewish president oi'the Jewish Home "for
Education, Miami Chapter, Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women,
Jewish Vocational Service and
Zionist Youth Commission will be
pen for public inspection.
The program will begin at 3
the Aged; and Carl Weinkle,
chairman of the 1952 Federation
Campaign.
Louis Heiman, past president
of the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion, will also appear. Max Mei-
p.m. and will be highlighted with sel President of thP R..r,
Greetings will be extended by
Emil Gould, president of the Jew-
ish Vocational Service; Stanley
will be given by Rabbi Joseph
Narot of Temple Israel and the
benediction by Rabbi Leon Kro-
nish of Temple Beth Sholom. A
C Myers president pro tern of =U mu -f p7og am win
[ew,sh .Community Centers 0?ered by the ^^ J'^
David Congregation, under the
if Greater Miami; Mrs. Stanley
C. Myers, president of the Jew-
Bombings
Categorized
Last week's murder of Harry
T. Moore, lcadtr in the National
Association for the Advance-
ment of Colored People, at bis
home in Mima, stirred a mount-
iao storm of protests an*} de-
mands for energetic action to
apprehend the terrorists be-
lieved responsible for this
crime and for a doxen bomb-
ings of synagogues, churches
and Negro residences in Miami.
State, county and Miami city
authorities working on the bomb-
ings, appeared to be no nearer
,. solution this week end than at
the outset, and their failure to
check the terrorists was result-
ing in sharpened criticism and
the rise of considerable tension
hen-.
analysis and careful e-
yalnation of the series of bomb-
ings requited rather than the
excitement and conlus-
ion -a Inch has followed the
crin n." Benjamin R. Epstein, of
New York City. National Director
(f the Anti-Defamation League,
declared in Miami. Mr. Epstein,
accompanied by the chief legal
counsel of his agency, Arnold
Forster, arrived here this week
and has been conferring with lo-
cal, stat. ;ir,d federal law enforce-
ment of.'icials.
"Police groups have been very
cooperative and have made avail-
i!e J us a" tne known ,acts
which can be released without
leapardizing the intensive on-
direction of Mrs. Jack Donner-
stag. Special recognition will be
extended to Joseph Duntov for
his efforts in supervising renova-
tion of the new building. Refresh-
ments will be served by a com-
mittee of hostesses under the
chairmanship of Mrs. Lili Dun-
tov.
The I.....ii-.N Include the .M-<)ame
Nathan Ilecker, Sum Blank. Joseph
Hrenner. Leon Ell, lyouln <;iass.r. Emll
Oould, l.oul* Heiman. Morrlx Honur-
baum. I-*o Hub*rman. M. B. Kahn.
Aaron Kannrr, Abraham Kawiw. Mor-
ris Klass, Ehlel Lenowoder, Irving
Ix>hrman, Htvmour B. Uebman, Max
Meiael, Hrn)amln Meyrn, Htanley C.
Myers, Freda Newman. Julius A. Oeh-
laar. Matilda H. Ratner. Pan Ruxkln.
.Monte Scliu. Henry RrfTlln. >tax Sha-
piro. I. Shapoff. Ham Rlmonhoff
and Carl Weinkle.
The building committee of the
Bureau includes Harry Simon
hoff, chairman, Seymour B. Lieb-
man, Louis Heiman, Joseph Dun-
tov. Israel Shapoff, Benjamin
Meyers. Matilda Ratner, Max
Meistl, Ehiel Lesowoder, Hyman
Sootin, and Louis chwartzman.
Executive Director of the Bureau.
Uurion Charges
Mitteoneeption
NEW YORK. (Dec. 30. (JTA)
Israeli Premier David Ben-
Gurion has declared that his
statements concerning the
bankruptcy of American Zion-
ist leaders which have caused a
furor in American Jewish cir-
cles were taken out of context
and that consideration of his
full speech would reveal neu-
tralisation of the effect of the
extracted portions. Rep. Eman-
uel Celler told a press confer-
ence here Sunday.
Returning from a lour of Is-
rael, the Congressman quoted
the Premier as having said that
his remarks about American
Zionist leadership were "per-
haps a mistake" and that he
would be more careful in the
future to avoid expressions
which might be misunderstood.
Commenting on the economic
situation of Israel, the Con-
gressman said that it was
"brightening." adding that at
the present time Israel was
building more houses and fac-
tories than Italy and France
combined.
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Dr. Abba Hillel Silver To Address
Combined Appeal At Martinique
. Dl Abba Hillel Silver, outstanding leader of the American
Zionist movement, and Rabbi of the Temple in Cleveknd, will be
principal speaker at a dinner inaugurating the 1952 Combined Jew-
ish Appeal on Thursday, January 10th, at the Martinique Hotel.
More than 500 community leaders have been invited to the
affair, according to Carl Weinkle, chairman of the 1952 Combined
Jewish Appeal in this area, i
Chairman for the Initial Gifts
Dinner is Jacob Sher who will
be assisted by a committee of
some 40 persons.
Dr. Silver has been a principal
spokesman for the American
Zionists in this country and was
one of the most influential fig-
ures to urge partition and crea-
tion of the State of Israel as
chairman of the Special CommiSr
sion on Palestine to the United
Nations in 1947. He was Nation-
al co-chairman of the United
Jewish Appeal from 1938 to 1943,
and president of the Zionist Or-
ganization of America for a num-
ber of years.
Dr. Silver has also distinguish-
ed himself as a scholar, author
and spiritual leader and has serv-
ed for more than three decades
as rabbi of the Temple in Cleve-
land, considered by authorities as
largest Jewish liberal congrega-
tion in the United States. He re-
ceived his rabbinical training at
the Hebrew Union College fol-
lowing his graduation from the
.University of Cincinnati in 1915.
Dr. Silver represents the fifth
generation of rabbis in his fam-
ily. He has been awarded honor-
ary
serve
Hebrew Theological College in
1941. He was a Dudleian lecturer
at Harvard in 1941.
Dr. Abba H. Silver
Seek American
Medical Recruits
NEW YORK (JTA) A drive
degrees from Western Re- to recruit American medical per-
University in 1928, and the____i .
ew Theological College in SOnnel for urent,V needed serv-
ice in Israel was announced by
Cessation Of Rain Brings Israel Relief;
Flood Ravage Causes $8,000,000 Damage
TEL AVIV, (JTA) Bright j special request for a 3.000,000-
week as an army of workers toil- ;Maaa"ot.
ed to repair damage caused by 11 i A campaign to collect warm
days of storm and flood. J clothing and shoes for the flood
The storms, which ravaged all i victims was launched this week
parts of the country, caused dam- I bv Histadrut, the general labor
ages estimated in excess of ; federation, as the Jewish Agercv
3,000,000 pounds ($8,400,000). The reported that 1,000 of the 1.700
Jewish Agency reported this families which had been evacuat-
week that relief for victims of ed from the camps had returned,
storm and flood had cost about Special rescue headquarters set
$10,000,000 in the past two weeks up in the Agency offices at Jeru-
The Government announced it i salem continued to direct the ac-
Meisel
Heiman
had distributed 100,000 free ra-
tions to storm victims in the Maa-
| barot and the Knesset's Budget
'Committee this week received a
tivities of an army of 5.000 relief
workers occupied in repairing
damaged huts and tents and re-
(Continued on Page 2 A)
the Jewish Agency here.
A spokesman for the Agency's
immigration department, which
handles the selection of most
categories of American technical
and professional personnel for Is-
rael, said that doctors, rurses
and X-ray and laboratory tech-
nicians are being sought for 18
to 24 months of service either
with Kupat Holim, the central
sick fund which serves over 50
per cent of Israel's population, or
Malben. the welfare agency of
the Joint Distribution Commit-
j tee, which cares for "hard core''
cases among the new immigrants.
"They will be engaged on a
j salary basis and adequate hous-
t ing will be provided at or near
| their place of employment. In
most cases their fare to and from
Israel will be paid," the spokes-
man said. He emphasized that
candidates will be assigned
whereever their particular skills
are most urgently needed.
Leaders Appointed To Head Units Of Combined Jewish Appeal Campaign
Six outstanding civic leaders I made to serve the Winter Resi-
have been named to head the dents' section this year, it was
Winter Residents and Hotel Units 'reported by the trio of co-chair-
of the 1952 Combined Jewish Ap- men.
peal, it has been announced by "Special events are being spon-
ROroa ii vestigation," said Epstein, general chairman Carl Weinkle sored to acquaint these new resi-
' Uppermost in the minds of citi- | early this week. : dents with one another and with
Three co-chairman of the im- their mutual communal prob-
Resident's unit lems." said co-chairman Jack Ab-
zens thioughout the nation," he
pointed out. "is whether the ser-
m of crimes are the result of a
concerted conspiracy."
Categorise Bombings
"A study of all the informa-
tion made available for analy-
"s to Forster indicates a dif-
Jerent conclusion from that
which a large segment of the
Population has reached. The
in-.pression is wrong." Epstein
t-heves. "that the nearly year-
long violence is the result of a
carefully prepared plan on the
p*r,.* a mll clique of bigot-
a hoodlums. Close analysis
"! ,os'1'" h aid- "th* he
whole series of violent deeds,
cu.rmnating this week in the
wanton murder of Harry T.
Moore, can probably be separ-
ated into four groups.
hoJv?e ',rst series of attempted
S;s'^ spring, which in-
nMrfJ icho1 Property, was per-
EertemS youn* "'en of col-
lallv ,lll'f,tlon who were essen-
clared 86ekers'*' Ep8tein de"
Ta all likelihood a different
'Continued on Page S A)
portant Winter
will be Jack Ablin. Baron de lin. "Families residing here the
Hirsch Meyer and Stanley C My- ; greatest part of the year have ex-
ecs The Hotel unit will be head- pressed a desire to meet their
ed by Samuel Friedland, Howard ; neighbors and learn more about
Kane and Max Orovitz. this city's agencies and institu-
It is reported that personnel of tions."
these two units is gradually ap- A Winter Residents workers'
proaching full-strength, and dates luncheon meeting is set for Jan-
for future workers' meetings, j uarv 16th. Plans are also in the
luncheons and social affairs are making for a Winter Resident's
now being scheduled. Sabbath at greater Miami's syna-
President Dan B. Ruskin of the gogues, and Sunday. January
Greater Miami Jewish Federation 20th, has been selected as the
congratulated the six men upon date of the unit's principal din-
th< ir appointment, stating: "The ner event. Vice-chairmen of the
greater Miami community has Winter Residents group include
once more placed in your hands Joseph Cherner, Louis Krensky,
leadership >( to Important phase David Phillips, Arnold Seeder
of our 1952 campaign." and Gus Trau. ....
A concentrated effort will be Tin Hotel unit under the lead-
-----------------------_. ... hip of Friedland, Kane, and
Compensation Deadline Orovttz has announced a Hotel
LONDON (JTA) The Coun-
cil for the Protection of the
Rights and Interests of Jews from
Germany issued a warning stress-
ing that the deadline for regis-
tration of claims for compensa-
tion under the Berlin idemnifica-
tioi law is February 7th, 1952.
Wi < k February 10th to 16th, fea-
turing a series of workers' break-
fasts to spur campaign activities.
A dinner is set for February 6th.
Assisting the Hotel group as
vice-chairmen will be Joseph
Gardner, Sam Lachman and Jo-
seph Rose.
Hotel chairmen for the 1952 Combined Jewish Appeal Campaign
Top row. left to right, are Max Orovitx. Stanley C. Myers and Sam
Friedland. Bottom row. left to right, are Baron de Hirsch Mover
Jack Ablin and Howard Kane.


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PAGE 3 A
I'll Say...
Greater Miami Jewry will set aside the coming
Sunday for the Bureau of Jewish Education. The
community has good reason for celebrating. Not many
[ides can offer a better organization for the super-
vision and direction of Jewish education. And fewer
hommunities can point to a similar building used
Exclusively for Jewish culture.
THE NEWLY ACQUIRED BUILDING
The immediate occasion for rejoicing is the dedi-
cation of its building on 135 N.W. Third Avenue in
Miami, recently purchased from Beth David Congre-
gation, the oldest in the metropolitan area. Recogniz-
ing the important work carried on by the Bureau
Ihe Beth David refused better financial offers, pre-
ferring that its concrete structure, built almost a quar-
ter century ago, be utilized to perpetuate Jewish
Starning. A handsome job of renovating has been
icmpleted on the building, which contains classrooms,
Administration offices, a lecture hall and stage, con-
ditioned to house the well selected library of' 3,000
Ivolumes in English, Hebrew, and Yiddish. The Bur-
eau, which is supported by the Federation, is now ad-
mirably equipped to do a splendid job in Jewish edu-
cation.
\A RENEGADE
Last summer an incident at Hendersonville, North
[Carolina, emphasized the vital need for Jewish edu-
cation. A business man, who has married children,
[became enamored of a blond, strongly attached to her
[Catholicism. It is a safe guess that the young woman
[would have rejected the marriage proposal of a swain
[twice her age if he were not well-to-do. Instead,
[she imposed a condition for her hand and heart, to use
[the language of outmoded novelists. She demanded
[his conversion to her faith.
A person of intelligence and character, after care-
Iful study of another religion, might conceivably
[change his faith. But there is something repulsive
jabout the apostate using religion to accomplish his
jpurpose. It also savors of the comical for a chazer at
|h-rrie in Yiddish for half a century to start racking
Ibis brain (?) for the first time with such mystical
'concepts as Eucharist, Epiphany, Incarnation, Immac-
[u.te Conception and Transubstantiation. But the
Bureau Of Jewish Education, A Celebration
Meshi/med of Hendersonville is too ignorant for em-
barrassment; else he would take offense at the vulgar
gloating of the priest who gave him instructions: We'll
take the rich Jews and leave the poor ones to the
Rabbis.
DEFECTIVE INSTRUCTION
Such creatures, the products of crass ignorance,
were evolved during the early decades of the present
century. The state of Jewish education was deplor-
able. Induction into Judaism consisted of learning
to read parrot-like enough Hebrew words for Bar
Mitzvah. Youth knew nothing of the Jewish past, the
extensive religious literature created by its forebears,
cr their impact upon world culture. It is a miracle
that many more were not lured by the siren voices
of the dominant creeds.
THE BUREAU EMERGES
Every one agreed that a more efficient system of
instruction and dissemination of Jewish values was
highly essential. So after experiments of trial and
error, the Miami Bureau was formed in 1944. A serv-
ice agency, it aims to bring Jewish education to all
children of the area and proposes to improve educa-
tional and administrative standards in all Hebrew
schools within its jurisdiction. Free of sectarian bias,
so to speak, in Jewish life, the Bureau can serve im-
partially the Reformed. Orthodox and Conservative
elements, as well as the secular Yiddish schools of the
Workmen's Circle.
ITS VARIED PROGRAM
But unlike the archaic cheder, the functions of the
Bureau do not end with children at Bar Mitzvah. A
Hebrew high school is prepared to give advanced
courses to any one desiring to continue his studies.
The Bureau stresses the importance of continuous
education for grown-ups, who can better understand
the learning deprived.of, or passed by, in youth. Lec-
tures, seminars, adult institutes, projectors, recordings,
audio-visio materials of film-strips are offered to any
one manifesting interest in Jewish values.
The community is feeling the ever increasing im-
pact of the Bureau. Jewish Book Month is the annual
event for the public to learn about new and old pub-
lications, criticised and analyzed by competent re-
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
viewers. Annual music festivals attract large audi-
ences to hear Jewish classic, popular, cr folk music
interpreted by a galaxy of national and local talent,
and to the choral and synagogal concerts sung by the
excellent cantors of the Miami area. For the fifth
year, Hebrew is taught in the University of Miami.
The past year saw the circulation of over 1.000 bojks
of Jewish content, ranging from children's stories and
novels to history and philosophy.
PLANS AND PERSONNEL
In its Qew quarters, the Bureau hopes to realize
its aspirations. A College for Jewish adult stu
is contemplated. Attempts are being made to intro-
duce Hebrew at the Miami Beach High School. Ade-
quate training for Sunday School teachers and a
coordinated institute for Hebrew instructors are pro-
jects of th efuture. It expects to increase the 1.500
students now attending the Jewish afternoon schools
and the 3,000 children registered at Sunday Schools.
The Director, Louis Schwartzman, trained at Johns
Hopkins, and his assistant, Herbert Berger, who t;ok
his Master of Arts at Harvard, are highly competant
to direct and supervise Jewish education in the rapidly
growing community.
A PROSELYTE
Recently I had the interesting experience of inter-
viewing a convert. Native of a Western town without
Jewish settlement, this Avram ben Avram came to
Judaism voluntarily, stimulated only by his "search
for the truth". In New York's lower East Side, he
operates a tiny curiosity shop and cuts an imposing
figure, with fur cap above Gentile features, unout
beard and side curls over his temples. This Ger Zedek,
deeply immersed in the Talmud and sacred lore, re-
calls such famous proselytes as the French Nicholas
Antonie, the English Lord George Gordon and the
Polish Graf Petozky, who is buried next to the great
Rabbi Elijah, Gaon of Wilna.
I asked him whether Jews should also send out
missionaries. "It would be useless," the saint replied.
"Other religions are easy; they simply demand belief.
But Judaism demands knowledge. I have been study-
ing for 20 years and have scarcely scratched the sur-
face. Learning is the life blood of Judaism."
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN
lakes this means of expressing
his moat heartfelt appreciation
to all his friends who ware kind
enough to remember him with
their good wishes on th* occas-
ion of his 77th birthday and th*
completion of 25 years in Tem-
ple Israel and 50 years as Rabbi
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PAGE 4 A
EDITORIAL
Morins And Pledges
At a time when the Israeli Government is re-
ceiving international opprobrium in the UN jl-.:s
=. to dBay the wrath of Xrr.er.car. Jewry which re-
sulted from Prime Minister Dcvid Ben-Gurion
unfortunate remarks cc.-.cerr.ir.c: the ZCA :: must
rr.ee: {tnnttonaomly with national disaster r.z: z:
its own making.
News of recent floods in the Jewish State des-
cribe storms, cold and rain of seemingly Impos-
sible magnitude. While ~z some degree, agri-
culture will benefit from these unusual conditions
immigrants camped in transitory settlements ere
uttering untold hardship. Hundreds of ten:; and
huts have beer, b.cv.r. --.very ~r.d families remain
roofless. Freezing temperatures have -dzea :ur-
ther plight to the homeless. Roads have been
washed out and communications disrupted caus-
ing twenty-nine immigrant camps to be shattered
and ten settlements to be cut off.
More than 2.COO families in four camps have
thus far required evacuction. among them. 5.COO
children. In Haifa. Tel Aviv and other does
Jews are throwing open their homes to those
made homeless by the storm, and rationing re-
strictions have been lifted to rush food supplies
to evacuees.
The United Jewish Appeal's recent pledge
to collect S151.000.500 in 1952 must be more sig-
nificant now for us than ever. Repairs, storm
salvage and additional medical supplies will

Don't You Think He Ought To Be Restrained?"
Polio And Yon
Doubling its usual period. The March ft
Dimes began its campaign last Wednesday 3
will continue throughout the month. ^*
Recently released figures . contributed almost S600.000 during the 3
drive. With the campaign period extended fo,
veer, it is anticipated that 1952 s total will h!
derably larger.
Infantile Paralysis is still the only epidemic
disease in America which is on the increase, n
National Foundation, organized by the late Fran?
lin Delano Roosevelt, has gone heavily in,.'
debt, as a result. A SI.000.000 goal for Florida
must be reached if the Foundation is to continue
its polio research and treatment.
The dreaded disease knows no barriers
goading social or economic station; it strikes at
.... None ought easily forget the affliction as it
a::ec:ed the founder of The March Of Dimes.
None ought erase from his memory Mr. Roose-
velt s pathetic request before Congress early a
1945 that he be given permission to be seated
during a crucial address; the burden of his brace*
seemed too great.
None ought forget the affliction as it affects
children in our community, as they appear pup.
pet-like in their efforts to play like others not
similarly afflicted. We are all polio's potential
victims.
burden heavily Israel s already strained ecor.-
Ccrr.r-cicr. fur.ct.ens t:r the ioca! Combined
lewish .-.cc-er. get under way this month. The
major portion of these funds represent the United
Jewish Appeal's share towards their national
quota from our community. The Appeal must
not be denied.
Zionist Leader Upbraids Ben-Gurion;
Considers Attack On ZOA As Thankless
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purpo.se of the Confi re ce
gene:
determination in t
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to carry the burden of the
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fallen, but that it possesses
and vitality to
and to re-
of life.
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and well-wishi r> of Is-
this
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rity of
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in to
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and
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pol-
ngthen the
. ty in p .wer,
nity and in a harrmnious cli-
mate. American Zionists are
proud of their_ past record; and
this record cannot be spoileTby|
the bad marks given it by Be:.-
Gurion. We American Zionists,
and we alone, are potentially
capable of starting a wave of
technical chalutziuth which Israel;
needs today even morj than dol-
lan This will not done by
slogans of "It i jn happen
here". Our chemists engineers I
and technicians will >me to Is-j
rael not because they are unable
to find employment in America,
but only through a changed cli-l
mate in Israel, of harmony and]
| understanding.
Equal Partners in Israel's
Upbuilding
We neved did and nevei wand
ed to interfere in to-dayI
life Of Israel and its -overeignj
rights. But as an equal partner]
in Israel's upbuilding
tally interested in it velfare-J
economic, moral and spiritual j
and we fuse to stand by merelyI
as idle onlookers. Isra I belongs
to the Jewish people and not to
Mr. Ben-Gurion alone. Since mm
will share equal bl
rael for its failures we rr.ustj
alSO share it '.hel
ilities.
I eh .-< with a d< I and li
plea: Give us a fail : |
we will not fail!
moral cli-
and A
Coral Way Daddies
On Monday evening, January!
7th. 8 p.m.. the Coral Way Dad-
dies Club will meet at
Way Elementary S I, 13501
SW 19th Street.
Milton A. Friedmar, president,!
I u announced that Ju Ige Frankl
Dowhng. County Judges Court,]
will be guest speaker


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T*
AY. JANUARY 4. 1952
+Jewlsfi ncrldiar)
PAGE 5 R
|M ("atetforizes
Cmilinued from Page 1 A)
is involved in the series
things, attempted bomb-
[,nd desecrations of th\c syna-
Ls and Catholic churches,"
jdiled, making reference to
recent terroristic effort a-
fi Si.ints Peter and Taul
fch, Miami. "These appear,"
I;.. reported, "to have been
Jrmtted by a dangerous and
(ridden maniac or by clever
bigoted thrill-seekers who
lv reading the resulting pub-
fOn the other hand." said
ktein, "according lo Forstar's
flysis. the Carver Village
jibing:, were the work of
fessionals. Here the personi
rolved apparently understood
science of explosives and
re able to cause effective
rastation. The Carver Vil-
dynamiting," Epstein indi-
cd "is unquestionably the
jit of smoldering tensions
veen Negroes and whites
er housing problems.
the bombing at Mims, 200
north of Miami, appears
lave been different again in
\n, and to have been motivat-
3v other factors. Moore, the
VCP representative who was
|dered by the explosion, had
active in interracial causes.
fd protests against the killing
Ine prisoner, and the wour.d-
Lf another, by the Lake Coun-
Bierifi who was transporting
to a nearby town for trial,
misunderstand the nature
i.. ..ints," Epstein assert-
in wander up a blind al-
}n-ti ,.(! of finding a clear path
lution of the crimes."
ADL Meets
eanwhilc, state Anti-Defama-
LLeague leaders from Tampa,
nurg, Orlando, West
I Bi and Jacksonville met
(the Delano Hotel, Miami
last Sunday to map out
interactive and preventive
Inm against future terror-
lex Miller, of Atlanta,
them director, ADL. cited
amiting in Atlanta, Bir-
gham and Dallas and de-
ed that there had not yet
n a "single arrest of any
rit" since the wave began,
conjunction with Epstein,
0 confer.'jd with Governor
ler Warren in Tallahassee
Saturday. Miller declared
1 the program involved the
ctment of local ordinances
trolling the sale, disiiibu-
. transportation and use of
losives. a survey in local
s to determine racial or
ious "tension spots" which
it prove potentially dan-
us and a project at the
munity level which would
? as its aim the combatting
'basic issues of racial: and
gious hatreds."
Stein .-aid Warren had ex-
ed deep concern over the
ges and had assured him
everything possible was be-
"one to apprehend the ter-
ts.
Klan Denies Hand'
L oiticials generally doubt -
e existence of a "concerted
iracy" but they admitted
"violence pattern derives
basic ingrained racial and
Sous prejudices that must be
lea ted."
the meantime the Florida
Klux Klan has disavowed
recent series of bombings,
a full Klan meeting held
nd a burning cross. Klan
keis criticised the recent
e of terrorism and Bill
drix. Florida Grand Dragon
the organisation, said that
Klan had not been involved
he planting of dynamite.
ation's Dailies Comment
d for an all-out Fed-
oi Florida terrorism
led iii one case with a charge
sity y officials in that state
rack down on race bigots
editorial comment
in northern metropol-
papera,
ommenling on the slaying
Henry T. Moore and the
,0 of dynamitings against
'ish centers, the New York
es warned that the inci-
ls constituted a threat to
America. "The mattar is
one for Florida alone," the
f citizen, for any reason, in
[ community, it denied the
c liberties and protections
are all threatened."
f Hi i, Id-Tribune demanded
the wave of terror be
ped out." Warned the paper
Bombing*. Terror
editorially: "Give this faceless
menace the slightest encourage-
ment by the appearance of tol-
erance through careless law en-
forcement, and you are inviting I
the mobs to take over."
Federal authorities were rap-
ped by the liberal New York Post |
which demanded to know why
Washington "has moved so slow-
ly and ineptly," Labeling Gov-
ernor Warren's condemnation of
the terrorism "late in the day,"
the Post said that "if there is"to
be any serious counter-attack, it
will have to be staged by the
federal government."
In Washington meantime, as
the Federal Bureau of Investi-
gation continues its investiga-
tion to see if it is legally per-
mitted to investigate, to deter-
mine if civil rights have been
violated, the bitterly humorous
joke of the day concerns the
Miami Rabbi who is seeking to
patent a bomb-proof syna-
gogue.

Displaying the symbols used during the festival o: Chanukah arc the Mesdames Norman Glover.
Edythe Krepack, Irving Firtel, Theodore Hankoff. Irving Lehrman. Emanuel Grossman. Samuel
Lurlj and Harry Brick of the Parent Teacher Association at the Chanukah Workshop attended by
some 150 mothers of Miami Beach Jewish Center Religious School students. Rabbi living Lehrman
led a discussion on the meaning and significance oi the holiday.
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PAGE 6 A
FRIDAY, JANUARY a
"^ttUiL
HELEN ALPEHT
WHO'S LUCKY?
VHC'S LUCKY? ,. lucky?" at the
The other night when we saw What. I m ^-uc*- Q
R~ev.l Theatre. Leo Mindl-n was one .n our iounomt. On
the" way out. I said to him. Who'll write a review of th... you
OI :?Well." he said. "I suppose I'll make some notes in my column
r -And if I don't agree with them. I'll make some notes too."
1 cifered. ,
By all means." was his cordial reply. ,. ...
Lei's criticisms interest me. for they are subject.ye and scholar-
ly-
Mine interest me. for they are mine.
: still feel strongly that the show's worth attending, if only 0
I've seen net tosi > m:r ww-3.------ --, ___:_u.
plenty, in the zesty tradition of Sophie Tucker. Given the right
stuff, she's almost terrific ... w.~.t.,, Reed
And next, you have the compelling voice of Napoleon neea.
That audience loved him. .
These are three good reasons for your ticket.
'
hand, the wh->le -
isodic. rathe: than
lyrics a:^ n : nearly clever enough, and never m
lent I e guy who thought of appending all those non-sequiturs
. 11 be t ed to write thi times daily all over nimsei.
an: I an- all for perky orij which the show could ha:.:.
> ; f llH V __
DAVID ROSNER CONTEST:
nothe cage, vou'll discover more ao..ut the unusual
t, .- aun I by David Rosnei erator of the Hotel Goox Topic
wai \V". I Plb Or Whj I Ann Not An Orthodox Jew Winners
turned out to" be Ada Kr'aviiz of Linden St.. Brooklyn, and Marvin
Gcxer.hersh of East St. Louis. 111.
: Char Dave Rosne it reactions, and learned
impressed he was by the genuine sincerity, and r.ui
;- tival :.- all ntestants Letters came in from the whole
country. The I p winners presented the two oppo.-.-
p,_. way And although only one vacation prize was to
red. Rosner felt the the contest merited two.
locai.-.-. Rabbi Mi I tl nd Fred Shochet served a.- fit
u g: with I e Rosner family. Rabbi Levinthal ar.d Rabbi Look-
it-.? expi -- liest interest in the matter several months
..- the ntest idea was firsl bi > ed.
And they were so rightproclaiming. "Il is very good for us to
exc.-nine our feelings this way!"
OUR TOWN:
More Season's Greetings 1 ind I m grateful to SI
D.-:t. and Chicago's Lil Ha:r:s or] here around Man:. 20
-.%.- is key Strellerand Be^ and Jack Ross.
And thanks, too. to those who've dropped inlike Nelson Kemp
c: Cornell, vacationing wilh his mother and "Mother" Baum .
er.c Gainesville's Bud Levin, handsome kid belonging to Rae.
B-d says he scouted the town for "Darkness at Noon", to no avail
end then Rae suggested. "Go see Helen, ten-to-one she's got a
copy."
Course I did. I own two. I'm a fool when it comes to favorite
becks. I jus: keep buying copies of em, indefinitely The two
ot.'.er great books of this cer.tury are "Sun Also Rises" and "Grapes
ci Wrath". Wanna argue?
JCTS ON THE SPOT:
- ; Etta Vogel heard her dedi-
cate a C in to H Bert tia in at the Jeffe
'-' '' Lillian I from that gall-bladder
at': .-: It : .- .-:. king up
Opening a new office on the Beach is Dr. Samuel Gertman .
- n : .- uncle dene Schoor,
pu: itj 1 I Long Bea is I ere with .- a .: ting
ire the M irice Schweitzers of
:.:
TO PHIL MANN: you've gat a very courteous gent out there at
the airport. It's the voice answering the phone, for worried in-
quirers .
YO'J NEVER KNOW:
A -' -- Pietrack, the violinist-ork
1 P' a vivid print I -.- biography. It's such an
'; '' ten people gulped. "What's
So I i my handbag. The other after-
T -'-' tured her back in an acci-
"n" '' : 1 H spital 1 1 distressed I could
-' I fun bled 1 >und, searching for an ashtray
'"' ''" Pietra It's mpl t life .-landing bv for quick
--*.,-.:.. : !t over : "-- and turn up Iges _
A.O THi-s EXPLAINSand I k: >u understand!the unhappv
t: tions hanging about me : r my lurs this *-eek ich is
w' Bl....... "Hie "' a party-i l for ; ir 1 lie on Sui
'"d yours. Fl ne Loeb But d I of me n--xt I
'
Healthful
Delicious
Distinctive
The Grauln*.
HOLLAND HONEY Fill IT C \KI
and HOMY line-: \|'
Made wilh mild Honey. Rye Flour and
fat-free Buttermilk. No Sugar, no Fats.
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
0- wnu Holland Honn Cob Co
Gertrude Lach. Marion Stern Wed In
nnndlelitfht Ceremony On Thursday
' m f;.-itrude Lach became the bride of Marion j.mes ]
\\\tt,H,nrv Stern and the late_ Mr Stem, of AtEm.H

,' ild G. Levy
Double Ring Rites
Unite Essner, Levy
\ d uble ring cen nj unit-
ed in Miss J ,anr"' ""
ner. daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Max Essner. 2445 Pine Tree
Drive, and Ronald Glenn Levy.
. :. : Mi an ; Mrs I. iuis Levy.
920 South Stillwater Drive
Sea Gull Hotel last D-
ber 23rd. Raobi Irving '..
official
The bride wore a formal wed-
ding : rted lace with
a cathedral train. Her shouider-
lengt.-. illusion veil was attached
to a Juliet cap of matching lace.
She carried orchids and a Bible.
Matron of honor m Mrs Ar-
thur Essner and maid of h 1
Laura F:eud. Leroy I
is t man. Julius Ser. Matty
N tier, Art.-.-. Essner, Hap
Green and Joe Raymond were
ushers. Mrs Emanuel Sponder
acted as
Th-.- bride will receive a Bach-
elor of Education
the University I Miami in Feb-
ruary She is treasurer of [ota
Alpha Pi. Mr. Levy gradu
from Miami Beach High School
and attended the University I
Flon-Ja. He pi is a law
student at the University ,->f Mi-
ami.
After ar. extended h
ir. New V 1 -:. the upli will be
at home- at 7617 Carlyle Avenue,
:.:
Mrs. Levy Chooses
Heart-Shaped Crown
Mrs. Jean Pa In '-!azer.
K iiineonga, .\- v
es tl marriagi I :
Francine Judith, t Bertram
Aai n I..-. last S in laj vening
in the Famous Restaurant. Mi-
ami Beach.
Ra:,bi Abraham Cassi I
' : at the ceremony. The bride
lace
- over pa!- blue satin. A
heart-shaped crown held her
shoulder-length
Attendants were Mr and Mrs.
Harry Adler Miss Barbara Ad-
ler was flower girl.
The newiywed Mrs I. at-
tended New V .-.-: -.
in o: Mr ai M Ham
: ;' Miami
Beach, serve I in 1 ;Uard
Spirella Corsettiere
can For Appe ntmentearesa
:0 WASHINGTON *VE
MIAMI BEACh
G'FTS
*'' QtES
"' v Henrv Stern and the late wir &tem. of Atlanta "I
cand'.; eiy r-rtormed by Dr. Joseph Nar. at"^
'^SJ'SFSKSS^ Kaom, Cohe. soloist. and Ir. 1
fsstSSfS ssrThe bnde-who ,s ,he d^
and the late Mr. Lach
,,,,-panied to tr.e altar.by
her mother. She was the third
br.d. *e ,v"jy sJaun
gown made with fitted bod.ee
hand sleeves and
1 w,th 'm^', 1
chan- extending into a
chapel trail -.,:.-, lace was
Queen Ann tiarra,
:, U the finger-tip il-
; She carried a cascade
white orchids.
Leon S Rosenblum came
New Jei
itron of honor, she
H ': ''' ?*?
pless with tucked bc>d-
stole was also
xtended into bouf-
irei Miss Juditn Klam-
,..-.. .: aid r- an,d bndes-
.; -. Pauline Glantz and
Ann Zimmerman.
f the -room, wore purple
styled like the matron's.
rned white French Colon-
'^reaJdv and Mrs' Stern' black la- -
'' K" KinD r M ss Doris W?in wore orchid ~>es- Assist
, Rower Rirl: Miss Don Klein ^ h bow] ^^
kept the brides book. ;es Sonya Comander Svlda g
Samuel M. Stern. Atlanta, was||Win, Rita Jo Quartin. i'atti M
his mother. r*aul,Bride% Dorothy Bai. Lorrai
A: nin ind Alfred Stern, of At- Kahlenberg. Vicki Cohen 1
. Di im ind, Fort Laud- Ruth Rciter, Washington. D.C
ind Leon S. Rosenolum. ;
groomsmen. Mrs.
X ngo I'h,;,J
Mrs. Marion Stern
I., ,-ore a lavender lace gown.
\orih Shore
r ho os is Ottivors
The bride is a native of PataJ
son and president of District Nil
5. B'nai B'rith Young Won_
She is a member of the Nation!
Executive Board, correspond^
secretary of the Metropoliti
Women's Council, and a pa
president of Sharet Chapter.
ntly re-elected as presi- husband, a veteran of World W
dent .,i the N'oith Shore Jewish ill. served with the 11th Air Fo
Center was Melvin Pazol.
presidents named were
A raham Weintraub, Sol Cohen.
Sam Fuchs, Maxwell Marks and
Judge Ted Nelson. Other officers
include Jack Pritt. treasurer: Abe
Jay, finan al secretary; Daniel
Wagi itant financial sec-
ludge A J Kaplan, sec-
retai '..'. Fenster, cor-
;. nding secretary.
in the Aleutian Islands He is 1
graduate of Emory universi
School of Business Admin
tion, where he was a member 1
Alpha Epsilon Upsilon honors]
scholastic fraternity ar.d Alpj|
Epsilon Pi social fraternity
is an active member of the Je
ish War Veterans and Bi
B'rith.
Following their wedding
the couple will make their horn
at 529 SW 4th Street.
Going Formal?
he m
Forrrm war
'pat i) freihiy
e'eneil, tmartly
.tyi.d. prop,rly
Compit outfit,
including iho.
PHONE 48-2084
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Cop] Gabl
Suw 2*2: Harry Blich- ol 1614 West Avenue. Miami Bach.
uk! ni'!? ,he,r L50th Golde" AnniYersary at a dinner parly ChW'
wA, p.,9Ivn buy ,heir ,hre* ton- phip -nd Dr-Barney Bh ','
was f.if!i t-ch" and Harold M- Blicher. Miami. The coup^l
South nl- TemP'e Israe1' W- P>m Beach. They have tJ
attenc.J,V&a r"ldn* 'or 27 ye.rs. Among th* 200 guest. *
were M, IT M,ami' Wm Pl" Beach. New York and Montreal
^ London p ^IS > Sainer who w" *h Blicher's W*4
^London. England. 50 y.. ago. _n......"
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urttincs ..
i^^u ftdm the homo off
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IIDAY, JANUARY 4, 1952
Personally Speaking
kabbi living Lehrman of the Miami Beach Jewish Center will
to Atlanta on Monday. January 7th. at the invitation of the
anta B'nai B'rith Organization, which will hold its Annual
uference. The Rabbi will be the guest speaker.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Max Schwartz entertained on December 31st.,
[honor of the silver wedding anniversary of their daughter
i son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Luber, 1945 SW 24th '
B9t. The wedding ceremony was reinacted with Rev. Lazarus
^siding. Some forty-five couples were present, including rela-
ps from Miami and Miami Beach and from South Carolina,
Has and California.
* *
Mrs. Lillian Nelson. Miami Beach musician, has just re-
aed from a holiday trip to New York where she visited her
angest son, Shepard, a student in Straatsburg. While in New
rk City, ehe had a reunion with her faculty in the New York
jlage of Music, from which she graduated in 1920."
* *
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Dorff, of 972 SW 3rd Street, Miami, en-
sined their son-in-law. Dr. Arthur Hochheiser, and daughter,
tiam, of Hesbrouck Heights, New Jersey, during the Chanuka
(idays. With the Hochheisers were their three children, San-
Carl and Lynn Sherry. Mr. Dorff is recuperating at home
lowing a severe illne33.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Shapiro and Mr. and Mrs. I. Brickman, of
knnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, have arrived in the city to spend
tir winter vacation at the Palm Apartments and the Revere
fctel. Ben Cohen, of the Jewish Post in Winnipeg, is also ex-
-ted to arrive shortly.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gelb, of Newark, New Jersey, are stay-
at the Patrician Hotel, Miami Beach. While here, they are
Kiting with friends, Mr. and Mrs. Max Storch.
* *
Mrs. Sarah Holland, of 230-28th Street, Miami Beach, was
;ntly honored with a surprise birthday party given by
Snds. Mrs. Holland is a Life Member of Brandeis University,
[actively engaged in work at the Miami Beach Auxiliary to
Jewish Home for the Aged and pioneered in the Cardiac
Imp. Among those present were Mrs. Emma Kempler, Mr.
Id Mrs. A. Fox. Miss Blanche Tobias, Miss Molly Schuman,
}. and Mrs. A. Sneider, Maurice Shapiro, Miss Ann Reisner,
and Mrs. Arthur Schwartz, Mrs. T. Schwartz, Mr. and Mrs.
|Belasco. Mr. and Mrs. A. Lautman, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Levine,
and Mrs. D. Dansky, Dr. and Mrs. H. Turk, Mr. and Mrs. L.
:ckofsky, Mrs. Dora Miller and Mrs. Ann Weiss.
* *
Roberta Palay celebrated her Sweet Sixteen birthday with
jance at the Delano Hotel last week. More than one hundred
fnds attended the formal. Her grandmother. Mrs. Dora Price,
|New York City, was among those present.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney H. Palmer left for a 4-day stay
|Nassau. They spent New Year's Day at the King George.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. William Loeb, 1937 Meridian Avenue, Miami
_ach, have as house guest Mrs. Michele Lauffer. They antici-
Ite the arrival next week of Mr. and Mrs. M. Kats, Los Angeles,
llifoinia. Mrs. Kats will celebrate her 75th birthday at that
he. Mrs. Loeb's brother. Alfred Karlsen, of Holland, will fly
[for the occasion.
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Beth El Congregation. Rabbi
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Given in marriage by her par-
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with tulle yoke and shoulder ruf-
fle centered with a satin bow.
She carried roses and lily of the
valley.
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Hadassah Plans Dinner Dance For
January 13th; To Aid Medical Group
The Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah will hold its annual
dinner dance at Copa City on Sunday evening, January 13tr.. at
which time the regular Copa City show will be presented. As in
the past, proceeds from the Dinner Dance will go to the Hadassah
Medical Organization Fund.
Mrs. Fred Jonas, Greater Miami Chapter co-ordinator of the
Hadassah Medical Organization ... ...
and chairman of the Dance Com- pouring in from the life-sapping
mittee, reports that during the ghettos of the world.'
past year in Israel, every sixth B"t Hadassah is "not the least
iown above are Sam Kat. Joseph Cherner, Charles Fruchtman and Dr. Joseph Weidberq, four of
, hosts at the Meet Your Neighbor Social And Cocktail Party scheduled to K> held Sunday after-
,n. 4 p-m.. at the Weitview Country Club. The parly is sponsored by public spirited citizens of
Greater Miami area for the purpose of introducing winter residents and new home owners to
another. Other hosts not shown are Col. Jack Arvey. Samuel J. Goldfarb and Jack Dubinsky.
child was born in one of the hos-
pitals operated by Hadassah, the
Women's Zionist Organization of
America, and one of every two
mothers was given pre-natal care
by a Hadassah doctor.
Although the maternity statis-
tics in themselves were an im-
pressive yardstick of Hadassah's
bit daunted by the magnitude of
the problems the medical pro-
fession facesand for a very good
reason," Mrs. Jonas said.
"Through four decades of dili-
gent transplanting of the best
and most advanced techniques
and standards of medical healing,
teaching and research, we have
built a top-flight medical appar-
iheroff Discusses
fe In Israel
the regular Weekly Lunch-
ol' the Miami Beach Zionist
ict, Wednesday, 12:15 p.m.,
st speaker will be Leo B.
proff who has just returned
Israel where he lived for
Dst two years.
e luncheon will be held in
titz Plaza Hotel,
fieroff. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jsheroff, Miami Beach, grad-
ed from the University of
lida in June, 1950, and im-
lately departed for Israel to
nd the Hebrew University of
salem on a Scholarship spon-
by the Jewish Agency for
tine and the Southern Zion-
Commission. While in Israel,
froff worked with the Keren
emeth and the Jewish Na-
hi Fund. He also served with
[United Nations Commission
he exploitation of water pro-
for the Negev.
^heroff's topic will be: I Lived
el.
Poll Shows Prepared
Food Quality Ranks
With Home Varieties
A survey recently conducted by
the National Institute of Food
Editors points up some interest-
ing differences between the mod-
ern housewife and her mother,
whose home cooking has become
so much of a legend. "In the
case of over 500 women inter-
viewed," reads the survey, "to-
day's homemaker spends an av-
erage of 25% less time in the
preparation of meals, arid her
family eats a better-balanced,
more nutritious diet."
One major reason for this trend
has been the growing acceptance
of prepared or partially prepared
food, and the recognition of, in
many cases, its superior quality.
This is particularly true in the
modern-day kosher home. To-
day there are fine, wholesome
kosher foods, already canned or
packaged, to make the Jewish
homemaker's job easier and
pleasanter, while giving her fain-
ter, Tobee Wynne, to Robert Wil- j ily the foods they know and pre-
medical work in Israel. Mrs. Jo- D!"" a V'P-"'B'" lca\app":
r.as stressed that they reflect but ^SSSC1-*0 CPe h
one phase of a comprehensive contingencies.______________
health and medical network run
Hadassah from Dan to Beer- Kirschenbaum Unveiling
Miss Tobee Gibso?i
To Wed Virginian
Miss Tobee Gibson
The engagement of their daugh-
sheba. It includes seven hospitals,
five of which are in Jerusalem
and one of which has the first
wing for tubercular children in
the country, a tuberculosis hospi-
tal in Safed and a general hospi-
tal in Beersl%ba, a rapidly grow-
ing frontier town at the gateway
to the Negev, 72 health welfare
stations where mothers and chil-
dren are cared for, joint operation
of Israel's only medical school
with the Hebrew University, a
countrywide project of school hy-
giene, a mental hygiene clinic
and a program of general preven-
tive medicine.
"In a sense our medical work
in Israel describes a lull cycle,"
Mrs. Jones said. "Today, as it pre-
pares to celebrate its fortieth an-
niversary of medical pioneering
in Israel, Hadassah finds itself
battling the same diseases it con-
quered when it first set foot in
the Holy Land. Now, as they were
then, tuberculosis, trachoma, mal-
nutrition and malaria are serious
problems, made so by the hun-
dreds of thousands of immigrants,
many of them disease-ridden,
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Sheldon
Joel Kirschenbaum, formerlv of
611 NW 109th Street, will take
place Sunday, January 6th, at 2
p.m., at Mt. Sinai Memorial Park
Cemetery with Cantor Jacob
Tambor officiating. Sheldon Joel
is survived by his parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Arnold Kirschenbaum.
Arrangements are in charge of
Palmer's Miami Monument Com-
pany. Friends and relatives are
asked to attend.
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liam Rosenberg, has been an-
nounced by Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Gibson, 304 South Shore Drive,
Miami Beach.
Miss Gibson was graduated
from Miami Beach High School
and presently attends the Uni-
versity of Miami, where she is a
member of the Freshman Senate
and a pledge of Delta Phi Epsilon.
The bridegroom-elect, son of
Sol Rosenberg. Roanoke. Virginia,
and the late Mrs. Rosenberg, is a
law Student at the University of
Miami. He is a member of Phi
Epsilon Pi fraternity.
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matzo balls and noodles. Pion-
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been the B- Manischewitz Com-
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witz Kosher Chicken Soupin
five varieties (with kreplach,
matzo balls, noodles, rices or
clear)has been making every
day easier and more festive for
the homemaker.
The long tedious hours of sim-
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thins of the past. It is generally
agreed bv food editors that the
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Tourist Committee
Concert For HIAS
The People's Tourist Commit-
tee, headed by Joseph Tepper ot
Washington, D.C., is arranging a
concert on Sunday, January 6th
8 pm., at Miami Beach High
School. Proceeds will g to the
Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society.
Highlighting the concert will
be a special program prepared
j,nd conducted by the music di-
rector of the Miami Beach J. wish
Center, Robert Strassburg. Par-
ticipating artists are Mrs. Judith
Drucker, Soprano: Mrs. B. I*
Beniamin, contralto: Joseph Par-
do. tenor; and Israel Teich, bari-
tone. ..
Miss Estelle Shulman and Hy-
mie Jacobson, Yiddish theatrical
stars, will give one-act renditions.
Anyuta Melicov will accompany
,t the piar.o.
Tagliavini Sings
In Manon
The Opera Guild of Greater
Miami will present Ferruccio
Tagliavini. Metropolitan Tenor,
in a performance of Manon at the
Miami Beach Auditorium, on
Jar.uary 14th.
The Jules Massenet opera is
under the direction of Arturo di
Fillippi. Featured with Taglia-
vini will be Anne Bollinger and
Martial Singher, French baritone.
Tagliavini came to America
several years ago from Italy with
his wife, soprano Pia Tassinari.
He was already well-known to
American audiences through his
recordings made for Cetra and
distributed by Soria. He has sung
in such outstanding works as
L'Africana, Tosca, La Boheme
and LArlesienne.
Since his arrival in America
ar.d his association with the Met-
ropolitan, Tagliavini has emulat-
ed his successes in Milan and
Rome.
Miami Sisterhood
The Sisterhood of the Miami
Hebrew School and Congregation
will hold its monthly luncheon
in the Social Hall of the Syna-
gogue, 1101 SW 12th Avenue,
on Wednesday, January 9th, at
12:30 p.m.
Mrs. Irvin Sirkin, chairman,
will be assisted by the Mesdames
Simon April, Gabriel Perlman,
David Hecht and B. Harrison.
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Sher To Head
ilvth Ttilah
Election of officers was held
at the last meeting of the Con- j
gregation Beth Tfilah. Rabbi
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Elected president of the Con-
gregation was Hyman Sher. Mr.
Sher was president of the Con-
gregation B'nai Israel, Bronx.
New York, for 20 years. A perm-
anent resident on Miami Beach
for the past 5 years, he has been
active in the Congregation Beth
Tfilah since its inception.
Other officers appointed were
Solomon Alter, vice president;
Reverend Joseph Krantz, treas-
urer; Isadore Kramer, financial
'secretary; and Rabbi Meyer Katz.
'recording secretary.
Heitner Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Sam-
uel Heitner, former owner of the
Franklin Apartments at 852 Col-
lins Avenue, will take place Sun-
day, January 6th, at 2 p.m., at
lilt, r'ebo Cemetery with Rabbi
| Marvin Zelkowitz olficiating. Mr.
1 Heitner is survived by his wife
j Ida. Arrangements are in charge
I of Palmer's Miami Monument
Company. Friends and relatives
are asked to attend.
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Eva Le Gallienne Speaks At Combined
Jewish Appeal Patron Tea January 15th
Eva La Gallienne, internationally famous actress will sneak
ai the Women's Patrons Tea on Tuesday, January 15th in behalf
ni the 1952 Combined Jewish Appeal, it has been announced bv
Mrs. Louis Glasser, chairman of the Women's Division
The invitation affair will be held at the home of Mrs Samuel
Fricdland, 5740 North Bay Road, Miami Beach, under the chair-
manship of Mrs. Jack Albin. Co-
chairmen named to assist with
[ i:;: ,mj:ements are the Mesdames
Ben Danbaum. Samuel Friedland
and Max Orovitz.
Miss Le Gallienne is one of
I America's most distinguished ac-
tresse and has been seen in the
popular'plays of Shaw, Barry,
ISh.ikespearr and Ibsen. In Jan-
uary, 1950, she appeared in a re-
vival 6f the famous Ethel Barry-
mi re vehicle. The Corn Is Green.
Mws Le "Gallienne is also the
J founder and, director of New
I York's Civic Repertory Theater
hich opened in October 1926,
id. IrooT-1947 to 1948. she was
director 'tfith Margaret Web-
r jrricTcheryl Crawford of the
\a > fjcan. Repertory Theater.
In recognition of her stature as
te actress, producer and patron
|rf the theater. Miss Le Gallianne
I eceived the Doctor of Liter-
ature degree from Russell Sage
. Brown University, and
Mount Holyoke College. She re-
eved an honorary Master of
(ltd degree from Tufts College
larly in her career, and in 1926,
iras winner of the Pictorial Re-
view Achievement Award and
,61c! Medal of the Society of
lits and Sciences. In 1934, she
t ved the Town Hall Club
Ward, one of the many honors | Face Todav.
fhich have placed her name in '
| : int rank alongside those of
great actresses of all time.
Recently she has been touring
h* linked States in famous
^ciiea from the scores of great
[ays in which she has performed
hioughnut /her brilliant career.
has adjusted her busy sched-
|e oi bookings to permit her to
lake tais one-day appearance in
[iami Beach on behalf of the
952 campaign for the Combined
ewish Appeal.
| The annual drive is sponsored
cully- through the instrumental-
if the. Greater Miami Jewish
fi lion and seeks to raise
: Is for a broad program of
nan rehabilitation and re-set-
fciuun.uulsrael as well as ser-
ies t new Americans in this
buntry. Many local agencies are
|so iK'iieficiaries of the Combin-
Jewish Appeal, including
fount Sinai Hospital, Jewish So-
Rervice Bureau Refugee pro-
tarn, Jowish Home lor the Aged,
Wish Bureau of Education,
fcater Mian i Jewish Commun-
Center, National Council of
Jwish Women and Jewish Voca-
onal Service.
Mqnitarivn At
tmilhil'S I 4'lilcl
, Spinoza Forum Begins Beach Auxiliary Of
18th Year Tomorrow Jewish Home Has Coffee
1 hamiiia K*artU The Spinoza Outdoor Forum, I Mrs. Charles Fruchtmar. will
Mayor Dave Hendrick of Coral wnl<* mccts at IIth Street and be hostess at a coffee on Tues-
Gables, Commissioner Keith Phil- '. 0cean Court- wi" bin its 18th day, 10 a.m., at her home. 2545
lus and eight other dignitaries jyear of lectures tomorrow, 3 p.m. Flamingo Place, Miami Beach,
' including some five hundred Dn Abraharn Wolfson, lounder prior to the meeting of the ex-
members and friends of the Coral of ,hl Porum. wil1 Kive an In- tcutive board of the Miami Beach
Gables Jewish Center attended troduttlon r Spinoza And Phil- ,Women's Auxiliary to the Jewish
the Chanuka Festival last week osoPhy- Of"'1' lectures scheduled i Home for the Aged.
when the eight-foot Electric Me- ,f,01\tJanuaSr inVlude D,r- Joseph i Mrs. Jack Udell, chairman of
nnrnh o. i;u.j 41 K- Narot. Temple Israel, on Jan-
noran was lighted with prayer
and song by Rabbi Morris A.
Skop and Cantor Irving Robin-
Son.
Selections from the Book, of the
Massabees. the Chanuka Message
by children of Mrs. Peter Glazer's
Religious School Class, melodies
and hymns by children of the
Daily Hebrew School and greet-
ings from the presidents of the
Center, Sisterhood, Young Adults
and the Men's Club of the Cen-
ter marked the program. Latkes
were served the guests by Mrs.
Milton Yaffe of the Center Sis-
terhood Committee.
R. Narot. Temple
uary 12th. discussing Jewish Ithe board- wl" Preslde-
Characters In Recent Books; Dr.
Donald Michelson, Hillel House. Into The United States; and Ed-
on January 19th. discussing A ward Clarke. University of Mi-
History Of Jewish Immigration ami, on January 26th.
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Chesed Shel Emess
Installs New Officers
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Sisterhood Chesed Shel Emess
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uary 6th. 8 p.m., in the Miami He-
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Installing officer will be Mrs.
Morris A. Skop. Guest Speakers
will be the Rabbis Joseph E. Rac-
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IML FLORIDA.
FRIDAY. JANUARY 4, 1952
SEC. E
< t
Between You and Me"
By BORIS SMOLAR
(Copyright. 1551. Jewish Telegraphic Agenc/, Inc.)
DEFENSE MOODS: spends about two percent of its
After a spate of confusing re- : income, or approximately $97 for
| ports regarding Israel's possible
I participation in the defense of the
Middle East now being planned
j by the Western Powers, clarity
| has finally been achieved ... It
I seems that the entire idea of cre-
ating a Western-sponsored Mid-
dle East Command is for the time
being nothing but a pious hope
. The originators of the idea
face disagreement in their own
ranks over the organization of
the projected Command And
all indications point to the fact
that it will take several months
all religious and charitable causes
. The average Jewish family,
it is believed, spends from $200
to $250 a year for philanthropic
and religious purposes, wllh more
than 40 percent going for over-
seas purposes There is no
basis for determining to what ex-
tent this fact represents a greater
basic generosity on the part of
Jews, reflects a better than aver-
age economic status, or is the re-
sult of more effective fund-rais-
ing organization amons Jews
Gables Center Forum
Airs Jewish Customs
Some 75 men and women are
attending the Wednesday morn-
ing Study Lectures at the Coral
Gables Jewish Center conducted
by Rabbi Morris A. Skop in the
History And Significance Of Jew-
ish Festivals.
iiudassah Opens
New Offices
The official opening of the new
offices of the Greater Miami
Chapter of Hadassah, located in
the Roosevelt Building, 4014
Chase Avenue, Miami Beach, took
place last Wednesday.
The suite of offices was of-
The Forum Question Hour fol- fered to Hadassah by the Mr. Ed
lows the Rabbi's lecture which j Singer and will be used for chap-
will continue throughout the year
until Passover. The next in the
series will deal with the Customs
And Ritual in Jewish Life and
will trace the development of
Jewish customs of birth ceremon-
ies, marriage, death and the rit-
ual of the Synagogue.
ter board meetings, committee
meetings, sewing groups, publi-
city and poster displays, lecture
and study groups and dioramas.
before t he disagreements are |However, it is known that Jewish
straightened out In the mean- philanthropic' giving in relation
Cardiac Chapter Affair
At Casa Blanca Hotel
A dinner dance at the Casa
Blanca Hotel will be the featur-
ed fund raising affair of the year
for the Miami Chapter, National
Children's Cardiac Home. The
dance will be held in the Mor-
occo Room of the hotel on Sun-
day evening, January 6th, at 7
p.m.
Rhythm On Ice, will be pre-
time, it seems that Israel will not 110 income is larger in urban than sented by George Arnold's Revue,
?? ij?U^? J.. rmalyjt0 Jm.th.e in rural areas Also that it is and music for the evfent will be
Jarry Simonhoff. of 5925 N.
layshore Drive, left for a world
ruise this week. Mr. Simon-
is the author of the Jew-
6 Floridian column. 111 Say.
is also prominent in actir-
i.p; of the Bureau of Jewish
iducalion, the Hebrew Acad-
iy, the Greater Miami Jew-
kh Federation and other phil-
lthiopic organizations. Mr.
linonhoff's world cruise will
nark his second in as many
fears. He will visit South
Lmerica. South Africa. Mada-
gascar. Zanzibar. Ceylon. India.
Yam. the Phillipines and Ja-
la n. Mr. Simonhoff will return
lia the Pacific through San
frar.cisco.
, Middle East Command when it is
set up It is considered certain
that Israel will be included ia
the defense plans, but willnot.be
j invited into the Command .
j Such an arrangement may be
welcomed by Israel since it would
] make things easier for the gov-
j ernir.ent The left-wing Ma-
' pam Party is attacking the pro-
jected Command, and it will not
i be easy to get Israel's explicit ad-
1 herence to it Meanwhile, Arab
fear of Israel expansion" is grad-
ually evaporating Contribut-
ing to this development is the let-
up in Israel's immigration and
the cessation of talk about a two
million population in Israel by
1953 This fear seems to have
gr o w n quite real among the
ilianoff Moves
I George J. Talianoff and as-
kiate Mandell Glicksberg ar.-
bunce the removal of their of-
ces for the general practice of
|w to Suite 601, 420 Lincoln
Dad. Miami Beach.
about 50 percent higher on the
average in the State of New York
than in the country as a whole
. To have a concrete idea of
the value of a $250 contribution,
one must compare it with the fact
that the average family spends
$111 yearly for tobacco, $120 for
the Marshall Plan, S218 for alco-
holic beverages and about $376
for national defense An il-
lustration of the current trend'in
Jewish giving is one well-organ-
ized city with a population of
about $90,000 Jews ... In the
first centrally organized cam-
paign for funds, held about 30
years ago, about 2.000 contribu-
tors were reported ... In the
intervening years the Jewish
population has increased about
bv Tito
tra.
Puente and his orches-
feVtf Cross To
issue Newsletter
To be mailed this coming week
is the first issue of the Red Cross
Newsletter, the new house organ
of the Dade County Chapter of
the American Red Cross, advises
Dr. James J. McCormick, Chap-
ter chairman.
The Newsletter will go to presi-
dents of Women's clubs, minist-
ers, priests, rabbis and volunteers
now serving in all branches of the
service of the Dade County Chap-
ter. It is being published under
the auspices of the Public Infor-
mation Committee of which Parks
Rusk is the newly named chair-
man. Editor is Miss Marion Ru-
binstein. Director of Public In-
formation.
Arabs in the last two years, al- 50 percent This city now re-
r. Swirsky To Be
iuest Rabbi At
teth El Center
|Dr Shmaryahu T. Swirsky, one
Chicago's leading Rabbis and
- nt spiritual leader of Agudas
him North Shore Congrega-
will be guest Rabbi at the
Friday evening service to-
il't. and at the Sabbath Morn-
-, Service tomorrow morning.
the Congregation Beth El, it
j< announced by Sidney H.
1 t, president.
Rabbi Swirsky who is 73 years
age, represents the eighth
a:ght generation of rabbis in
family. He was ordained by
e Hebrew Theological College
Chicago in 1937, receiving his
Imicha as Class Valedictorian,
doctorate was conferred upon
lim with great distinction. He
las held his present post in the
\gudas Achim North Shore Con-
'gation for nine years.
Dr. Swirsky will be a house-
Juest of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham
'epper over the weekend. An
)n?g Shabbath will also be giv-
bv Mr. and Mrs. Sidney H-
'aimer in honor of the rabbi's
I'isit. Mr. Max Silver is the chair-
nan of the interviewing corr.mit-
and is assisted by the Messrs.
koraham Pepper, Joel Zalis, Har-
Ginsburg, Isidore Schwartz,
lucob Werblin, Philip Berkowitz
knd Morris Eckhaus.
though it is ur.qustified For
political purposes, Arab politi-
cians gave wide currency to this
fear and brought it up on every
occasion. .
COMMUNAL TRENDS:
Jews in the United States on
the average spend more than
twice the general average for re-
ligious and charitable purposes
. According to data published
by the Russel Sage Foundation,
the average A merican family
ports about 30,000 annual contrib-
utors- to its Welfare Fund The
above information is culled from
the text of a talk given by Harry
L Lurie, executive director of the
Council of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds, at a Menorah
Journal" dinner in New York
Incidentally, there were more
than 130.000.000 contributors to
Jewish welfare funds in this
country in the yeear just con-
cluded ...
Kl PlfDGfc 0U2 S ,
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a reception and social honoring Mr. and Mrs. Weinkle held at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon. Presidents and community
leaders signed their autographs to the five-foot pledge poster.
Hostesses of the affair were Mrs. Harry Gordon and Mrs. Milton
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PAGE 2 B
Dr. Kaminetsky To Letters To
Arrive In Miami
Wellisch Moves
the
Dr. Joseph Kaminetsky. Educa-
tional Director of Torah Ume-
sorah, a National Society for the
establishment of Hebrew Day
Schools, will visit the Miami
Beach area this coming week.
Rabbi Alexander Gross, principal
of the Hebrew Academy, an-
nounced. Dr. Kaminetsky is
scheduled to arrive here on Tues-
day, and will remain until Jan-
uary 20th.
A noted educator and author
now visiting the Hebrew Day
Schools established bv Torah
Umesorah in the Southern area.
Dr. Kaminetsky will explore the
possibilities of establishing He-
brew Day Schools in additional
southern communities. During his
visit in Miami he will meet with
Rabbi Gross and the faculty of
The Hebrew Academy to discuss
the curriculum and new educa-
tional methods now being intro-
duced into the Hebrew Day
School movement throughout the
country. The Hebrew Academy is
an affiliate of Torah Untesorah
which was instrumental in its
founding 4 years ago. Dr. Ka-
minetsky will also confer with the
law and educational leaders of
the community with regard to
the possibilities of establishing a
regional office in this area for
Torah Umesorah.
Miami Chapter. AJC
The Miami Chapter. Women's
Division. American Jewish Con-
gress, will hold its next regular
meeting on Wednesday. January
9th, 1:30 p.m., at the Syrian
American Lebanon Club. Rab'o:
Max Shapiro will be guests speak-
December 31. 1951
Mr. Fred K. Snochet.
Editor. Jewish Flondun.
Dear Sir:
\s spokesman for the Ftagler-
Granada Jewish Community Cen-
ter, I take this occasion to inform
vou that the impression expressed
bv vour news editor. Leo Mind-
lin. in your recent publication is
completely misinforming as to the
functions, programs and facilities
of our Center.
I would like to state that wo
are chartered as a Community
Center and have always func-
tioned in this capacity, and not
a Synagogue as your columnist
has stated. Cognizant of our duty
to a tremendously growing Jew-
ish Community, we offer use of
our facilities for any Jewish ac-
tivity, included in which are na-
turailv found Morning Services.
Friday Night Ser\-ices. Sunday
j School and Hebrew School. Our
: programing nevertheless, and
iand rightfully so. is completely
;dominated by leisure time actrv-
ities.
We operate, in conjunction with
: the Greater Miami Jewish Center
! organization, a nursery school
1 second in size only to the old and
i long standing Miami Branch of
the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
imunity Center. Our after school
| activities for children of all ages
are being strained to the hilt by
: ever increasing attendance, and
, we have recently added a new
basketball court and playground
:area. A Senior Age Friendship
club. Fishing. Chess, Sewing.
Ceramic clubs, Dramatics and
'Choral clubs, and many rther
groups join U make cultural and
IIHmm'w AeaiiViiiy
Hi-ars Ileports
A meeting f the Board :" Di-
rect are of 1 I:
A 91
i by
5. A ......
.
- A -
ns
a n Iwerg financial and 3
A re
Building in I Expar 11 C nmit-
- : M Bi
Solon :'
L -. .'-.
A detailed I Pic-
rial J Ul SDOl the
W
:It A- it
S An of the J
social programs nightly oceur-
ences in this area. ..... Mr
Our building, o: which Mr
Mindlin speaks so dispairingl>.i-_
not quite complete. However. M
certainly did not give the real
impress.on of a fine modern
bu.ld.ng that stands in the Flag
1 ler-Grar.ada area today as.J sym
bol of Jewish Community co-
O-perativeness and J^^J^i
needs. We do not understand
, what he meant bv a rude chair.
I Our seating facilities include all
new folding chairs. We have no
I cracked, unpair.ted walls BS re-
ferred to. but rather clean unite
plaster finished rooms. Our audi-
torium floor, certainly not un-
finished, presents a condensation
problem faced bv many old and
.finished buildings in the Miami
iarea. Nevertheless, we will soon
have this condition corrected.
Let me note that we are not
in a predominately Christian area
as stated, but most assuredly in
' an area that comprises the lar-
; gest number of Jewish families
in the City of Miami. Our paid
up membership alone totals more |
than 1.200 Jewish people that we 1
are serving. In addition many
hundreds more avail themselves |
of our so excellent programs.
I fully appreciate that Mr. j
Mindlin gave of his time to ad- j
dress our Religious Activity
I Group at a Friday night service, i
although I certainly hope that
through this letter, which touch-
es only lightly on the subject. I
rave enlightened the community
more thoroughly on our purposes,
functions, programs and facili-
ties.
Sincerely yours,
Sidney Stiller.
President
Jewish Community
Center
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FRIDAY. JANUARY 4. 1952
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luring The Week .. \* i *
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By LEO MINDLIN
When James G. McDonald, first American Ambassador to Israel,
addressed Greater Miami's Chanuka and Bond Concert last week I
.could only recall that the United Jewish Appeal had set its 1952
|goal several days before at some $151,000,000.
American Jewry's effort on behalf of Israel has been phe-
nomenal. Thif should be no cause for special acclaim, since its
benefactors are countless helpless souls who otherwise face ex-
ermination in the wake of a war fought for freedom. But even
the most impartial observer must be forced to fill with awe despite
the effort's humane nature. Thus, I sat listening to the ex-Am-
bassador as he souqht to inspire further purchases of Israel Bond*.
I could not help wondering about the conflict between his and
lUJA's campaigns. Certainly, there is no conflict vis-a-vis purpose
Ip.oth aid in the building of the new state and in the rehabilitation
I, : its citizens. The difference is that while McDonald's request for
funds was put on the basis of investment, the United Jewish Appeal
asks for outright donations whose returns are of a spiritual sort.
[Yd, the fact remains that investment in one necessarily reduces the
Ivnlume of donation to the other. Only the most cynical minds still
lentcrtaining the medieval image of the Jew as usurious and hook-
|r.o.ed can presume to consider that his resources are limitless
But if this probiwm of manifold demand and unity of purpose
is disturbing enough and one we pretend not to notice. McDonald
saw fit to introduce a second questionable factor during the course
of his address. Unnecessarily it seemed to me. he was bent on
proving the bond issue's financial reliability by eulogizing the
American banks associated with it. No one seriously questions
the possibility of Israel's defaulting. If it is necessary to acclaim
those financial institutions astute enough to underwrite the issue,
then the campaign is indeed a tenuous one. What McDonald ought
have done was to report more specifically on the spirit he met with
in the new Jewish state.
It would be untrue to say that McDonald ignored such reporting.
Actually, his enthusiasm was almost excessive. Linked with his
unfortunate questioning of Israel's intention to repay its obligations,
I r. wever, this excess assumed the guise of Hamlet's insistence that
|h:> mother protested her innocence too much. No American bank,
lioncerned with financial gain alone, can replace Israel's will to
|succeed by underwriting even a score of documents.
Chairmen of the Chanuka party committed an irresponsible
error following McDonald's addiess. During the course of bond
purchases made from the floor, they introduced entertainers who
served to act as competition for the volume of sales. One lady.
who. I am told, is well known on the American song stage but
whose name escapes me. tickled the audience with reprehensible
imitations of Jewish mannerisms. Rabbi Alexander Gross led me
into ihe Beach Auditorium's corridor.
I heard James McDonald once before," he said, "in Washington
land at a similar affair. We were fed with the same sort of enter-
llainmcnt." The Rabbi -sighed. "McDonald whispered then that it
was a pity. All should have stood to chant Yizkor for the six mi-
llion slaughtered instead of chuckling at the tasteless burlesque."

Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion ought have been at the
party that fended with the sale of some $115,150 in Israel Bonds.
His recent attack against the Zionist Organisation of America
showed none of the diplomatic cunning I have learned consistently
to expect from him. He chose to consider the ZOA bankrupt
spiritually at a time when so many campaigns on behalf of Israel
are in full swing. No out can deny that the ZOA both with re-
gard to specific intention and general organisation stands apart
Irom the United Jewish Appeal, the Jewish National Fund and
the Joint Distribution Committee, for example.
But the Zionist Organization is symbolic of American Jewry's
efforts in Israel. Thus, it is, so to speak, the spiritual father of all
ether organizations, and an attack against it represents a universal
Attack against other American fund raising agencies. Ben-Gurion
plight have been not a little embarrassed were he present at the
Chanuka party to behold, despite his thoughtless slur, the spirit of
the audience and its purchasing record.

Friday morning, while mulling in my mind McDonald's anec-
Idotes concerning his experiences in Israel (they disturbed me be-
Irause their intent highlighted the ex-Ambassador's personality and
Inot the new state's), I noticed an advertisement announcing Marian
[Anderson's impending arrival in Miami. I wondered where the
(American Negro contralto would stay. Arturo Toscanini has called
(Miss Anderson's voice one that is met with during the course of a
I hundred years.
She might stay in one of the many Miami hovel areas restricted
to whites, I considered, and submit to being bombed. Or, recalling
[Jonathan Swift's modest proposal' regarding Irish infants, I said to
myself that the country-at large could submit the American Negro
I community to the Nazi crematory treatment to the exclusion of the
singer. Remaining alone, she could finally register at any one of
| many Miami Beach ocean front hotels as an oddity for exhibition.
Reverend Edward Graham, Negro minister of Miami's Mount
Zion Baptist Church, phoned m* then. He was especially concern-
ed over recent terroristic activities and over the murder last week
in Mitns of Florida's president of the National Association for the
Advancement of Colored People. I assured the Reverend that we
carried as much material on the bombings as space permitted and
that the week's issue also carried an editorial discussing the prob-
lem. Subsequently, he invited me to a Luncheon of the Omega
Psi Phi Fraternity at the Lord Calvert Hotel.
The hotel is situated in the heart of Miami's downtown Negro
district I don't suppose that Ben Danbaum, its builder and owner,
<-ught be singled out for praise in providing Negroes with decent
transient accomodations in our often unfair city. But the fact re-
mains that I entered an attractive building entirely occupied by
uhat some call unmentionable persons.
Reverend Graham told me that the fraternity, a Greek letter
< "liege organization, was celebrating its 40th anniversary and its
38th annual conclave with a national convention in Miami.
"We meet at a very strained time," he said. "We are less con-
irned with socializing than with pulling out of the mire by our
' '''-. efforts. Few are willing to help us."
I lunched with many Ntegro dignitaries. Mattthew Bullock.
a Dartmouth and Harvard Law School graduate, sat opposite me.
George L. P. Weaver, administrative assistant to Stewart Syming-
ton, was at my side. Lawrence Oxley. industry relations repre-
sentative to the Labor Department, quipped several chairs away
about mink coals. m
All about me there was good cheer and an atmosphere ol hope.
Pjt I coukl not help noticing, as well, occasional manifestations of
1 umiliation and resignation. Despite Bullock's iron, 70-year-old
'hin, despite Oxley's jokes, I felt these magnificent peoples be-
wilderment over the future and their place in it.
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Announcement of the Hospital's
added safeguard to community
health was made last week by
Max Orovitz, president of Mount
Sinai, and Leonard A. Wien, head
of the Dade County Cancer In-
stitute. Of the first three cases
tested in Mount Sinai's clinics,
one was found to have positive
cancer cells.
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January 5th, 8:15 p.m.
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Sthiuhur To Bo Feted At Jubilee
^"SchTer. director of the | and from 2 to 3 P-^ and on
Jewish Variety Hour, will cele- Wednesdays and Fnda>s
SttK ttZ YVL'X ago Schachter *-
kit Hi.h Schoo, on J.nua. g* -~S
2Shchaach e f.sTpioneer in Jew-| a total of $6,000 for the Jewish
ish radio programs which he be- National Fund and someS800
gan to feature in New York City for the Cancer-Drive. He ha; also
20 years ago. Among the well- given free radio time to chant
known entertainers who appear- j able organizations.
ed on h.s many programs were' Among other of Schacltes ac
Aaron Lebedoff. Jennie Gold- complements in the f ic.Id.1 e-n
stein, Moishe Oisher. and Michel tainment has been the spon.-or ng
Michelesko. of Jewish productions in the
The pioneer producer came to
Miami 8 years ago and introduced
to the Jewish radio audience
Maurice Schwartz. Jan Bart.
Plaza Theater on Miami Beach.
The Sunday evening Jubilee
Concert in Schachter's honor will
feature prominent New York ar
Maurice bcnwanz. jan can. icaiuie .,..:. *-- -"-: .
F-eidele Oisher and Mollv Picon. tists. Sam Blumstem will lead tne
among others. He has been with orchestra. Tickets are on -"fie at
Stations WMBM ar.d WTTT ap- ; the Star Dairy Restaurant. 949
proximatelv 3 years, presenting Washington Avenue. Mi am
his Varietv Hour to large listen- Beach. Reservations may be made
ir.g groups on Sundays at 10 a.m.. I by phoning 58-3300._____________
OBITUARIES
DAVID SAPKOW1TZ
67 ( ::'' Collins \. M an
Beach, died ml I !6th. He
1, vi. two sona nd Hyman,
nd Frli
Ins wen sent t< Si York Cltj
fcr services ent by i-1*-
Miami Bead .....
ISRAEL SISON
:.'.. ..f 1341 Drexel Avenue,
Beach, paused away on Decembel
Mr BlRon is survived by twu
sons, Milton and Harold, of Bi i
Remalni were lenl to Boston foi serv-
1 and Intermenl by lh M an
Beach Rlv 1 -1 le
DAVID HEIDEXHEIM I
7S. '< 3450 Chase Avenu. died
!Mh. Mr Heldenh<
i- survived by a sister Mrs Blanche
.. -
OE< >R ''' Al ELER
It montl s, led n New Tear's Day
He s survived bj enti Mi
.] cha rh s Apel. W
Island f \ Isltw -
1 ( Miami Beai h. Ri n at 11 i I
w. dsidi for si n< nter-
bj the Mil
SIMi IN GLASS
(1, ..f .'.l Collins Avenue, c< mber SSth. He leavi e in f<
li... k). and 11 son, Louis. Mr, tllass
was .i resident "f Miami for the past
_'l years. Services were December
?7th, in th.. Beach Memorial Chapel,
Alton Road, with Rabbi Mom t
Mescheloff officiating, intermenl was
!i Mount Sinai Cemetc i y.
RA
>.' Dec. m-
' list Mrs Abb. was i
She is sur-
vived 1 o sons. Mm I; an
- Mi Alfi A Stone,
B*. lly. Rutl I Ett ii
1 w. ii' esda v I M Bi bi h
1: rsldi II Ral I hrman
atim nti ent was n Mount
Ce m e t ei
MRS QUSSIE KAPPHAN
53, of 7750 Tatum Waterway. U
Beai h, passed ,i-.i\ ..?, I ii. emln i -
Mrs Ifapchan was .1 Miami resldenl
for the pasl 13 years. She leaves hti
husband, Harry, two daughters. Helen
and Claire, and .1 son, Ham Morsi
- also rvlved by her Bister,
Fannie Mosknwitl Services 1.....In-: 31st, al the Bi a< h Memorial
. I, I8S0 Alton Road In-.
was on Mount Sinai 1 '1 met. ry.
MRS SARAH STERN
14, 1 873 South Shori Drive, Norman-
dy Isle, passed away iliis week Shi
is survived by her son, Tin.......
vices were on Monday al the Mil n
Beai Riverside, with Interment on
Mount Nebo "emet ry.
Dr. Oscar Cohen
Designs Unit For
Cancer Therapy
Word has been i******
by Mr. and Mrs. Morns Cohen,
of 1620 Bay Road, Miami Beac,.
that their son, Dr. Oscar E. Co-
hen. Boonton. New Jersey, was
recently credited with the design
Of a translucent, anatomical mod-
I el of a human head for the pur-
pose of studying X-ray treatment
Dr. Cohen is an assistant radi-
ation therapist at Bellevue Hos-
pital. New York dly. His de-
sign, made in conjunction with
I the research of Dr. Rieva Rosl
'professor of Radiology at
York University, will aid in the
beaming of X-rays at internal
where cancerous growth is
most prevalent.
Mr. and Mrs. Coht 1 came
Miami Bi ach two and a hall
years ago from Boonton Ci hen
was presidenl of the Monl
Congregation where Riibbi Irving
'Lehrman, spiritual leader oi I
Miami Beat h J' wish Centi r, 1
cepted his first pulpit. Re-ui
ith the bi, Cohen is prest rjt
chairman the Bi ach O '
House Con mittee, a p -1 in *
he has een a live during tht
two years. He is also an active
worker at I he Hi bn
and the Jewi for the
Aged.
Cardiac Chapter Hears
FBI Chief Agent
Thi Mia 1 ter. Nai
Children'.- H
eel al thi Home n Wt si f
ler Street on .' tit
8tl I '"'
ciu> st Speaker 1
n will be Mr. R. W. W I
: agent for the FBI in I
Miami Area. His topic is
uled as Activity OI The FBI .'.
You,
! Pioneer Women Grou
I Honored At Luncheon
Mrs. Vera Zeltzer and Mr, 1
na Seltzer, membership Co-rh 1
men of the Pioneer Women rSl
da Myerson Club, will ,fl
lurcheon in honor of the p I
53 new members on Mondav i-
uary 7th, 12:30 p.m., at Mn'jw}"
zer's home, 1395 SW 22nd
race.
Mrs. Bee Jaffer will be
speaker. She will discuss" ti
function of the Pioneer Womss.
organization. A musical pronS
under the direction of jack Kit
chevsky is scheduled to folio*
Morru Cohen
Tropical Chapter Women
T 1 Tropical Chapter No. 678, j
5 ith Women, will meet
for its usiness meetings on the
Wt Inesday of every
Seacomber Hotel.
M .
Good Will Group
Has Membership Tea
pi e G I Will Group of Great-
,. Miai II I old its first an-
ersl ip T. a "n Thurs-
day aftern 1 n, January 10th,
the Colony Restaur-
. Way.
;,;. :. founder and
II lead the after-
i< assisted by co-1
S dney Boeninger
.: irem Moore.
K\ RAHAM BERGER
BI, 1 64-1 Collins Av< iii; dli 'i last
1 ml 1 -"i .1 iii- Ii kui > Ived bs hl
.. '. Rose, by two s.n-. Joseph and
Burton, ami by .. brother, Samuel.
Ri ns were sent 10 N-w York City
.- sen-Ices and ti mi /,r by ih'e
1 Mi .-. Chapel, ;v"" .\io.n
1.
MRS RAE BROWN
' 1110 Collins Avenue. .Miami
passed awi ; remhei
- -' Irs. 1 es her h isband,
Adolpl .- brother! Mai tin anil
; u Ren rift wen sent i"
J< > Tork City for vlci and In-
thi Bet h Memoi al i'ha-
1 1850 Alto Roa
HERMAN WEINER
E9. ol 72384th Street Miami Beach,
ast : emhei I IU Is sui -
dived bj 1 n Ifi '. Ian Si \ ea
wi al the Beach Memorial Chapel,
\ : n Rm d, ^ Ith Rabbi Irving
man offli .. line on I lei ember
Mth. Intermenl was 1 n Mount Sinai
1 y
HARRY ROSENBERG.
62, nf 1015 Pennsylvania Avenue, died
last Saturday. He is survived l>\ his
wife. Sarah, and a sun. Abraham Si I
ces were on Sunday at the Miami
Beach Riverside. Interment was on
Mount sinai Cemetery*!
Form Medical Institute
Drs, M. J. Click ..nd S. E
Klrinman announce the opening
ol the Dude Institute of Ph; si
Medicine and Rehabilitatioi
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JOSEPH iidl.n:
.'!'. at 4511 8W 3rd Street, nassed
away suddenly at his home on De-
cember 7th. li,- is survived by hi.-
wlfe, Jennie, a daughter, Elaine, and
a brother and three sisters Remains
were senl to New Tork foi services
' 'i Interment by iln- Gordon r^uneral
Home,
MORRIS MARKS
6. nter resident at 1331 SW ;'lst
Terrace, died tliis we< k In n local
hospital 11. iv survived by his wife,
Rosi 11 daughter, Ann. and sons
David, Theodore and Bernard 11, also
li iv. tine.- grandchlldi en Service*
were al the Gordon F'i.....ral Horm
with Rabbi Mas Bhaniro fii. ..
Interment was on Mount Ni b cemi
tery.
We wish to express our profound sympathy to
Aaron Lauer
or. of the founders and a devoted director of lhe
Hebrew Academy upon the loss of his beloved mother
Mrs. Joseph Lauer
whose leve for and untiring efforts on behalf of worthwhile
causes, philanthropy and charity, have been an inspiration not
cr.ly to her children but to all who knew her.
HEBREW ACADEMY WOMEN
Mrs. Samuel Cohen. President
We wish to offer our profound sympathy to
Mrs. Alfred Stone
DUl devoted officer and co-worker.
upon the death of her dearly loved mother
Mrs. Rachel Abliziner
a true "Esheth Chayil" and a beautiful example of
true Jewish Womanhood.
HEBREW ACADEMY WOMEN
Mrs. Samuel Cohen, President
ThB wi!?? 8nd Direc,rs f *he Hebrew Academy
wish to express their heartfelt sympathy
and profound sorrow to
Mr. Aaron S. Lauer
a distinguished worker and director of our Academy
upon the loss of his beloved mother Y
Mrs. Joseph Lauer
May her sacred and exalted life continue to be
l an inspiration to her family and children
May God comfort the bereaved amongst Z'mourner,
01 Zion and Jerusalem.
THE HEBREW ACADEMY
Dr. Darid S. Andxon, President
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)AY. JANUARY 4. 1952
Jeisifkrkfirtr
Mug 5 B
mple Israel Men
resent Talent Night
Talent Night Program, spon-
Kd DV Temple Israel's Men's
|b, will be held on Sunday ev-
fcg, January 13th, 8 p.m., in
l Hall.
erome Freehling, chairman,
Vounces that some 40 acts have
fcady been auditioned and se-
|ed for presentation from a-
ng adults and children of the
hiple's members. Lew Welch,
V, starred in the Broadway hits,
jitlemen Prefer Blondes, Abie's
|h Rose and Potash And Perl-
Itter. will be master of cere-
\ach B'nai B'rith
f e Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai
]jth. will hold its weekly
nchton Meeting on Tuesday af-
oon. January 8th, 12:15 p.m.,
it.r National Hotel.
rish Forum To Bo
iard On Thursdays
Pic- Jewish Forum of the Air
Bted its Thursday evening
facicasts last night over sta-
WTTT, Simon Seiden, direc-
announeed.
hie broadcasts will be heard
Llarly from 9 to 10 p.m. The
lums Sunday pssjgrams are
tduled fft continue over sta-
WFEC from 11 a.m., to 12
jrrison Elected Head
Golden Age Group
v Garisson, 2301 SW 10th
( was recently elected pres-
nl cl the Golden Age Friend-
ship Club of the
Miami Branch,
Greater Miami
Jewish Com-
munity Center.
Other officers,
elected were Hy-
man Kam, 1st
vice president;
Mrs. F. Wein-
I traub, 2nd vice
K *1 president; Mrs.
A Tilly Sorenstein,
3rd vice presi-
Gumson dent; Mrs. Rose
vert, recording secretary;
. B. Zimmerman, financial
etary; Mrs. Golda Rosenberg,
a] secretary; Mrs. G. Siegel,
ts-punding secretary; and F.
ntraub. treasurer.
Unli iii 4ih Women
tanuka Parties
adimah Chapter, Pioneer
iiien. ushered in the Chanuka
Idiiy recently with a series of
Iit> held at the homes of the
Idames Fred Sandier, Robert
It: Abraham Kasow, Bernard
Itor. Fannie Strauss, I. E.
dman and Leo Goldman,
foceeds from the parties went
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nUDAY, JANUAPv .
Rabbis View New Year: 195J
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ices at
--------- Sabbi ^t,hC Shalom
Service With Kabbala, Sabbath Semces At Beth Sholorn ?
Rabbi Isaac Ever will lead Beth shoiorR. Chase r
Ahavas Israel Synagogue. ,135 h s,ree, Miaml Beach.
Byron Avenue. Miami Beach, in wil,ebeg.n at 8:15 p.m.
Friday evening services begin- b) Leon Kronish will of-
ning at 5 p.m. A. Kabbalat Sab- gnd dlgcuss. The philos-
bath service will follow at 5.15, ^ Qf Joseph An Oneg Shab-
F-m. bat'in the Banquet Hallis sched-
Rabbi Isaac Ever will conduct uled t0 f0n0\v.
1he Saturdav morning service at cantor Samuel Kelemer will
9 a.m. He will discuss the topic: render the musical portion.- at all
Don't Dispute Religion Due To services On Saturday. I0:
Mutual Accusation. A Bible class a m the Bar M,tzvah of Jerome.
is scheduled for 4 p.m.. with Min-
cha and Shalos Seudos following
fct 5.
Fensters Sponsor Children's
Oneg Shabbat At Academy
ThJ Hebrew Academy 918-6 h
Street. Miami Beach, will how
Friday evening services at 5.JU
will
son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sil-
vers, will take place.
Rabbi Shapiro To OfJiciate
At Beth David Synagogue
Late Friday evening services
a: the Beth David Congregation. ,0^^urd,, rvfct wirj be at
2625 SW 3rd Avenue. Miami, will
be held at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Max
Shapiro and Cantor Maurice
Mamches will officiate.
The Sabbath will be dedicated
to the Congregation and to its
r.ew i>:ficers ar.d board members
for 1952. Bernard A. Sterling,
president, will bring greetings.
and Harrv Gordon and Frank
Rose will participate in the serv-
The Rabbi is scheduled to
discuss New Years Resolutions.
An Oneg Shabbat sponsored by
Mr. and Mrs. William Friedman
c r. the occasion of their 40th wed-
anniversary, will follow.
Saturday morning services will
be at 9 p.m. Richard, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Elmer Young, will be-
come Bar Mitzvah.
p.m.
Rabbi Alexander Gross
conduct Saturday m'r"m* ^i'.
ices at 9 a.m. An Oneg Shahb.it
heduled for 3.30 p.m. Spon-
wred by Mr. and Mrs. <**":
snr. it will include stnrytcHm,
for children, singing, folk darn-
ing and the serving of refresh
merits.
Mincha will be at 5:15 p.m..
with Shalos Seudos following.
Dailv services are at r:30 a.m..
and'at 5:30 p.m.________
Balkin Views Democracy
At Hialeah Jewish Center
Frid;,v evening services at I I
eah-Miami Springs Jewish
Community Center, 951 East 4th
Avenue, will begin at 8:15 p.m.
Gilbert J. Balkin. director of
the Florida Anti-Defamation
League, will be guesi speaker.
His subject is scheduled as:
Threats To Democracy. An Oneg
'^bt^Ei.'n hono^
ttheir 30th wedding anniversary,
will follow.
Downtown Synagogue
Friday evening services at the
Downtown Synagogue. 13o NW
3rd Avenue. Miami, are scheduled
8:30 a.m. Mincha is scheduled for
5-15 p.m.. followed by Shalos
Seudos and Maariv. Daily ser-
vices are at 8 a.m.. and at 3:15
p.m.
Young Israel Synagogue
The Young Israel Synagogue of
will conduct Friday evening
ices at 5:15 p.m. An Oneg Shab-
bat will follow.
Saturday morning services are
scheduled for 9 a.m. Daily
ices are at 8:30 a.m., and at 5:15
p.m.
Flagler-Granada Jewish Center Rabbi Sachs Discusses Weekly
The Flagler Grar.ada Jewish | portion At Israelite Center
Max Wecker and Abe Fraid-
lin will chant. Nate Becker, pres-
ident of the Center, will lead t I
set vice.
Challenge Of 1952. To Be
Discussed At Beach Center
A Year In Exit-The Challenge
of 1952. will be the topic of Rabbi
Irving Lehrmans sermon at the
late Friday evening service of
he Miami Beach Jewish Center
1701 Washington Avenue, at 8.30
p.m. .
Cantor David Silverman will
chant th, service, assisted bv the
Center Choir under the direction
Of Robert Strassburg.
Saturdav morning services are
' scheduled for 9 am at which
I lime Dennis, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Bookchester. and Stephen.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Bon, Kul-
back will become Bar Mitzvah.
The Rabbi is scheduled to discuss
the Weekly Portion.
Bible Class will be at 4 p.m.,
followed bv Shalos Seudos. Daily
services are held in the chapel
I at 8 a.m., and at 5:30 p.m.
Rabbi April Inaugurates Late
Service At Miami Congregation
Rabbi Simon April will inaug-
late Friday evening serv-
ices tonight at the Miami Hebrew-
School and Congregation, 1101
SW 12th Avenue, at 8:30 p.m.
Rabbi April will officiate and
-peak cm the topic: The Begin-
ning Of A Great Lesson. An On-
ca Shabbat is scheduled to fol-
low-
Saturday morning services will
be at 8:30 a.m.. at which time
F,. nil n of Mrs. Leba Siegel.
will become Bar Mitzvah.
A Mishna class is scheduled for
4 p.m. Mincha will he at 5:15
p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos
and Maariv, Daily services are
at 7:30 a.m., and at 5:15 p.m.
Honigs Host Oneg Shabbat
At Zamora Jewish Center
Friday evening services at the
Zamora Jewish Center. 44 Za-
mora A%-er.ue. Coral Gables, will
be conducted bv Reverend Ru-
11 E. Brill, at 8:15 p.m.
Hosts at the Oneg Shabbat fol-
! wing will be Mr. and Mrs. H.
Honig.
Saturday morning services are
scheduled for 9 a.m. Mincha will
: 5 p.m.. with Shalos Seudos
i ...luding the Sabbath.
Community Center. 50 NW 51st
Place, hold daily services at 7
a.m. Fndav evening services are
scheduled for 8:30 p.m. The Sat-
urdav service is at 9.
will
Late Religious Service At
Beth Jacob Begins 8:30
Rabb: Moses Mescheloff
conduct late Friday evening si r\
ices. 8:30 p.m., at the orthodox
Congregation Beth Jacob. 301-!
Washington A v i : u <.
Beach-
Rabbi Abraham Sachs will lead j
Friday evening services at the
Israelite Center. 3198 SW 24th
Terrace, Miami, at 5 p.m.
Saturdav morning services are
scheduled for 9 a.m.. with Rab-
bi Sachs discussing the Weekly
Portion. Mincha will be at 5 p.m..
followed by Shalos Seudos,
The Israelite^ Center has an-
nounced that late Friday even-
ing services will be inaugurated
Miami Ion Friday evening. January lit:.
________________
North Dade Jewish Center
Tl e North Dade Jewish Cen-
ter. 13630 West Dixie Highway
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:15 p.m.
Alexander Cohen will chant
the Service. An Oneg Shabbat
i duled to follow.
Shalos Seudos Concludes
Sabbath At Beth Tfilah
Friday evening services at the
Congregation Beth Tfilah. 935 Eu-
clid Avenue, Miami Beach, will
be held at 5:15 p.m.
Services for Saturday morning
are scheduled to begin at 8:30
i.m.. conducted by Rabbi Joseph
E. Rackovsky. Mincha will be at
4:30 p.m., with the Rabbi dis-
Saturday morning services are Dr. Shmaryahu Swirsky, Guest
scheduled for 8:30 a.m. Mincha Rabbi At g^ E1 Cen,er
Lbe jLLZS** Friday evening services at the
Seudos following. | Congregation Beth El. 500 SW
17th Avenue. Miami, will be held
Cantor Seif Assists Rabbi
Cassel At Kneseth Israel
Two Friday evening services
will be conducted at the Kneseth
Israel Congregation. 1415 Euclid
Avenue. Miami Beach. The early
service is scheduled for 5 p.m.
Rabbi Abraham Cassel will
conduct the late service starting
at 8:30 p.m.
Saturday morning services will
cussing Parental Devotion. Shal- begin at 8:30 a.m. The Rabbi and
os Seudos will conclude the Sab-
bath.
Cantor Abraham Seif will offi-
ciate. Afternoon services are
Daily services are at 7:30 a.m., scheduled for 4:45 p.m.. with a
and at 5:15 p.m. Sabbath Social Hour following.
at 5:15 p.m.
Guest Rabbi. Dr. Shmaryahu
P. Swirsky. spiritual leader of
Agudas Achim North Shore Con-
gregation in Chicago, will lead
the service, with Cantor Jacol
Tambor chanting all musical por-
tions.
Saturday morning services are
scheduled for 8:30 a.m. Minclu
will be at 5 p.m.. followed by
Shalos Seudos.
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney H. Palm-
er will hold an Oneg Shabbat in
honor of Rabbi Swirsky follow-
ing the Friday evening service
Torah Study Follows
Service At Gables Center
Friday evening services at the
Coral Gables J.wish Center, 320
Palermo Avenue, will be con-
ducted bv Rabbi Morns A. Skop
beginning at 8:15 p.m.
Cantor Irving Robinson will as-
si-t the Rabbi, who is scheduled
to discuss Proslytism, Conversion
and Intermarriage. An Oneg
Shabbat will follow.
Saturday morning services are
at 9:45 a.m.. with Torah study of
Ihi Weekly Sedrah and Kiddush
following.
Hollywood Jewish Center
Rabbi Jacob J. Honig will con-
duct Friday evening services at
th Hollywood Jewish Commun-
ity Center. 2030 Polk Street, at
8:30 p.m.
Saturday morning services are
scheduled for 9:30 a.m.
Temple Jerael Dedi
Servace To ComrnUni *
Temple Israel f Ml'
NE 19th Street, will fc.
Friday evening scrvi^,**
p.m.. to the Dade Con?.*1
munity Chest. ""'* I
Sarr. H. McCormick .wj
of the -Chest, wiirigjj
needs and introduce Mrs i?J
Myers, president of th* i
Social Service Bureau \L j
ner R Ring, vice preside*!
Family Service, John tT1
president of the Bov Seem.
cil. ar.d Dr. H. Franklin Wi
president of the Mental m
Society, who will desenft
program and needs 0f thJLI
spective agencies.
A special prayer will k^
by the congregation and h.1
Joseph Narot who will >?
the spiritual basis of th7
munity Chest program.
On Saturday morring nj
Dr. Narot will continue h*
cussion of Bible talks and:
of the literary, historical '
ligious importance of the',
Joshua.
Sisterhood Honored At
Tifereth Israel Service
Reverend George Goldberjj
conduct Friday evening se
at the Tifereth Israel Nor-
Center. 6500 North Miami M
ue. at 8:15 p.m.
The Center Sisterhood wi|
honored during the service. |
Herbert Hochfelsen. preside*
scheduled to be called uponl
illg the Forum. An Oneg A
bat. sponsored by Mrs. Jacob!
kind, will follow.
Saturday morning serviced
be at 9 a.m.. with R.-vrrendOj
berg discussing the Weekly)
tion.
Rabbi Waxman Airs
Plans Of Coming Year
The West Miami Jewish I
ter. 5720 SW 17th Street, 1
conduct early Friday tveninn
vices at 5:15 p.m.
Rabbi Alfred Waxman wflll
the late Friday service, 8:30 f
with the Junior Choir
The Rabbi's topic of discussl
scheduled as: Our Plans For!
Coming Year. An Oneg
will follow.
Saturday morning serviceil
be 8:30 a.m., at which timtf
nard, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Horn, will become Bar Mid
North Shore Jewish
The North Shore JewiihJ
ter, Dickens Avenue at!
Street. Miami Beach, will]
late Friday evening serviej
8:15 p.m., with Rabbi
Abramowitz officiating.
Saturday morning servk
scheduled for 8:45 a.m., with|
tor Leo Urlich chanting all I
cal portions. The Rabbi vi
cuss the Weekly Portion.
Daily services are at 8:JJj
and at 5:15 p.m.
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^e GOVERNOR
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SATURDAY. JANUARY 5th. 8:30 p.m
Greater Miami Jewish Federation 420 Lincoln Road
SPEAKER L. LASAVIN
TOPIC"Cultural Relationship Between Israel and
the Diaspora"
Open Discussion Follows
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IY, JANUARY 4, 1952
-Gurion Branch
ts Officers
ntly elected president of
n-Gurion Branch No. 304,
r. Harry H. Queen.
rs appointed to hold posts
lomon Halpern, vice presi-
Blanche Quasha, financial
ry; Albert I. Larris, re-
secretary; Abraham De-
treasurer; Reubin Burn-
nd Solomon Halper, hos
;; B. Morrison, cultural
an; Ann Sorin Bild, public-
riam Halpern, membership
an; Paul Millstone, Nation-
d chairman; B. Morrison,
hair man: and Dr. Queen,
tion delegate and repre-
e to the Bureau of Jew-
cation.
executive committee in-
euben Burnstein, Manuel
, A. Dorf, Boris Meltzer
na Bild.
wing the election. Dr.
addressed the group on
bject: Should We Accept
tions From The German
ment? On January 10th,
chwartzman, executive di-
of the Bureau of Jewish
on, will speak to the
|on: Emancipation Or Re-
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+Jewish fhridlia,
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PAGE 7 B
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
'N _T"1 CIRCUIT COURT OF TH*
AnST^USLSUAL CIRCUIT ,N
cNSof5R DAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
MARILYN METER, Plaintiff
JOHN^.tMXKR' Defendant.
V.8U,JT FOR ANNULMENT
You. JOHN A. MBYKH, 1777 Grand
Concourse, Bronx, New York are
nHI. I*' fn",lf""1 ,"<" a Bill of Com!
ni^"t_.fr-.annulm*nt has been filed
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NOTICE IS MERKBY GIVEN that
he undersigned, desiring to engage In
T Tni!n5r th" flc""">' name of
i? wPACH.' at ** Washington
ft* t.MIW Bea Bt.. Miami. Fla. Intends to reg-
3S& 927 Jtf*2?to Roart- Mlam> Beach.
^ [ 1 ^.and. "K lne or|K'naI Answer
Zt .*"* in the off,c* of 'he Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
January 30 1952. If you fall to do
J~?ment by d'ault will be taken
fn "twi! mSU lor ,he re,lef demanded
In the Bill of Complaint.
si .?K AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, thin 31m day of December,
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk Circuit Court.
., Dade County. Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By- WM. W. STOCKING.
K441.tf.ft DePU,>' Ctork-
LEGAL NOTICE
COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
kDE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 25078
FTATE OF
[IK SCHWARTZ. Deceased.
OF INTENTION TO MAKE
[PLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
: Is hereby given that I
my final report and petition
Hi Dischatge as Executor of
lie of MINNIE SCHWARTZ.
I. and that on the 31st day of
19"--. I will apply to the
W F. HI.ANTON. County
^1 I lade County. Florida, for
of said final report and for
harge as Executor of the
If MINNIE SCHWARTZ, de-
li day of December. IJ51.
RICHARD FRANK,
Executor
SILVER MULLOY
for Richard Frank
nil.mi lluilding
Florida
i l-ll-IS
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
IV'A1"^.* u,nder the fictitious name of
EASTERN MORTGAOE & LOAN, at
Dade County. Florida. Intend to reg-
later said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida
NATHAN SIEGEL
...,.. MELVTN FISHER
MARX If. FABER
Attorney for Applicants
412 Congress Building
Miami. Florida
1/4-11-18 23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious n.ime of
CERTIFIED HOMES, at 41S Valencia
Avenue. Coral Gables. Fla.. intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
.....____ HAROLD COHEN
CHKRTKOF & KALISH
Attorneys for Applicant
olympia Illdg.
1 l-ll-is 2:.
& WEINSTEIN
Attorneys for
.0ak,y, Co?-'h Tickets. Inc.
420 Lincoln Road
12/28 1/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
-, NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage Hi
SfSfM? A11^.,,he f'c'">u name of
Av?UU.C0.AH- at ,383 Washington
Ave Miami Beach Fla.. and 300 S. E
1st St.. Miami. Fla.. intends to reg-
:''"ld,.nam' wl,h h Clerk of
the. Circuit Court of Dade County,
riorlda.
ureiui&fiy.0 C.2ACH TICKETS. Inc.
\\ EINSTEIN. WEINSTEIN
& WEINSTEIN
Attorneys for
Cloud Coach Tickets. Inc.
420 Lincoln Road
12/28 1/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name, of
RENEES CANDIES, at 5226 West
Flagler Street. Miami. Fla., intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
DOROTHY RICHMAN
. ,, Sole Owner
12/21-28 1/4-11
|Y0UR BEST BUY
om Times Square ... Waldos)
1 to everything worthwhile.
HOTEL
INC0LN
rc45th StS..r8th AVL
NEW YORK
omi, each with SOStl
Shower, from ..TO
KATES FOR SERVICE MEN
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 2403G
RE: ESTATE OF
JACOB IIKI.SKY. Dece-j-ed
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I have
riled my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Administrate D-
Bonls Non of the estate of JACOB
BEL8KY, deceased: and that on the
Ittt day .If January. 1*62, I will apply
to the Honorable \V. F BLANTON,
County Judge of Dade County. Flor-
ida, for approval of said final
and for final discharge as Admlnlstra-
or Da Bonia Non of the Estate of
JACOB BELSKT, d.....aged.
This 26th day of December. 1951.
8OL1 >MON CRAMER, M Ad
minlstrator Ds Bonia Non
of Batata Of Jar >b Belsky,
decoasod.
I'AI.LOT. SILVER aV MCI.LOY
Attorneys for Solomon Cramer
m>I Ingraham Building
Miami, Florida
12/28 1 '4-11-18
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 27129-B
In Re: ESTATE OF
LEOPOLD M. CUTINO. Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You. and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands whlrh von, or
either of you. may have against the
estate of Leopold M. CUTINO. de-
ceased late of Kings County. New
York, to the Honorable County Judges
. of Dade County, and file the same In
their office in the County Courthouse
in Dade County. Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid. 01 same
will be barred.
Date December 18th, AD. 13".I.
MARGUERITE CUTINO, is
ancillary Executrix of the
Last Will and Testament of
LEOPOLD M. CUTINl '.
1 1. ,-.- !
Mil.TON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney lor Executrix
12 21-28 I 'l-ll
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
__ No. 145949
CESARE HOERO. Plaintiff,
vs.
LENA BOERO. Defendant.
_ SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: LENA BOERO
Castelnuevo Calcea
Province of Astl
Italy
,. You' ''ENA BDERO. Castelnuevo
Calcea. Province of Asti. Italy, are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
"J*, V?lhe B*11 of Complaint on the
Plaintiffs Attorney, Harold Shapiro,
927 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, F'lor-
!?. .., flle the original Answer or
Heading In the office of the Clerk
5J the circuit Court on or before the
17th day of January, 1952. If you
.A '? do 8" Judgment by default
will be taken against you for the
relief demanded In the Bill of Com-
plaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida this 18th day of December.
A.D. 1951.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court.
,, Dde County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. H. RICE. JR..
...-~. Deputy Clerk
HAROLD SHAPIRO
Attorney for Plaintiff
927 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
12/21-28 1/4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of MAX'S DELICATESSEN. at 1131
W. Flagler St.. Miami.. Fla.. Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
'f the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
LEON NAMOFT
MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
rtr.i> Reynold Hldg.
.Miami, Florida
12 28 1/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
FEREE ORIGINALS, at 444 41st
Street. Miami Beach. Florida Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
FREIDA BL'CHHOLZ
Sole Owner
JOSEPH PARDo
Attorney for Applicant
914 Seybold Bldg.
.Miami. Florida
12 21-28 1/4-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
, No. 26935 B
In Re: ESTATE OF
MARJORIE TL'RNER BREWER.
formerly MARJORIE V. TURNER
_ NOTICE TO CRED.TORSCea,,ed
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
!."',.. f'|alms or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You, and each of you. are hereby-
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
either of you, may have against the
estate of MARJORIE TURNER
BREWER, formerly MARJORIE V.
TI.RNER. deceased late of the City
of Miami Beach, Dade County, Flor
Ida. to the Hon. W. F. ISLANTON.
County Judge of Dade Countv. and
file the same in his office in the
County Courthouse In Dade County.
Florida, within eight calendar months
from the date of the first publication
hereof. Said claims or demands to
contain the legal address of the
claimant and to be sworn to and pre- |
:'-d as aforesaid, or same will be!
barred See Section 120 of the 1933
Probate A t.
I >ate 1 >.-' ember l'l. A.D 195]
EMMA LOIS TURNER,
a- Executrix of the Last
win ami Testament of
MARJORIE TURNER
BREWER, formerly
.MARJORIE v. TURNER,
D*t'eia>e(l-
HERMAN GRAYSON and
LOUIS SCHWARBKOPF
Attorneys for Executrix
12 14-21-28 1 1
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 143480
WEINE-HERMAN BUILDERS,
INC., a Florida Corporation.
Plaintiff,
vs.
EDITH ROBERTS. Defendant.
NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE
Notice Is hereby given that the
undersigned, as Special Master, under
and by virtue of the Final Decree of
Foreclosure, heretofore entered In that
certain clause pending In the circuit
Courr of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit
of Florida In and for Dade County. In
Chancery-, being Chancery Case No.
143480. In which WEINE-HERMAN
BUILDERS, INC.. a Florida corpor-
ation. Is Plaintiff, and EDITH ROB-
ERTS, Is defendant, I, an Special
Master In Chancery appointed by the
Court In said decree under and by
virtue of the terms thereof, will offer
for sale and sell at public auction to
the highest and. best bidder for cash
at the South Front Door of the Court
House of Dade County. In the City of
Miami. Florida, on the 7th day of
January, A.D. 1931, between the hours
of 11:00 a.m. and 2:90 p.m., the same
being a legal sales day and the hour
a legal hour of sale, the following;
described real property:
Lot 2. Block 48. of CINEMA
PARK ADDITION to COUN-
TRY CDUB ESTATES, ac-
cording to the plat thereof, re-
corded in Plat Book 17. at
page 2 of the Public Records
of Dade County. Florida.
Dated this 3th day of December,
1951.
LOUIE BANDEL.
Special Master In Chancery
611 Bisca.vne Building
Miami. Florida
12/14-21-28 1/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
PENN-THRRACE (an apartment
house), at 1211 Pennsylvania Avenue.
Miami Beach, Florida, Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
S & M OPERATING
COMPANY.
A Florida corporation
PALLOT, SILVER & MULLoY
Attorneys for S & M Operating
Company
S04 Ingraham Bldg.
Miami. Florida
12 14-21-28 1/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious n.t:-
IMPERIAL Knoli CENTER, at 1444
Drexel Avenue, Intends t> register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida
P.F.RTHA SCHAINBERG
Sole Owner
HARRY B. SMITH
Attorney for Imiierlal Food Center
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
12/28 1/4-11-18
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 146*97
HAROLD ROSEN, Plaintiff.
vs.
OLGA ROSEN, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: OLGA ROSEN
c .. David Drucker
121 Clark Place
Bronx, N.Y.
YOU are required to serve a copy
of your answer to the bill of complaint
for divorce on plaintiff's attorney, and
to file the original answer in the office
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on
or before the 16th day of January,
I9M; otherwise, the bill of complaint
for divorce, heretofore filed herein.
w ;\\ he taken as confessed bv vou.
DATED at Miami, Mlorida. this lTtli
day of December. 1951.
E. IS. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk
MICHAEL M ISKNBEKG
Attorney for Plaintiff
1407 Bisca.vne Building
Miami, Florida.
12/21-28 1/4-11________.__________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
AI.I'ERTS. al 8701 N W. 7th Avenue.
Miami, Fi.i Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Countv. Florida
SALLY SCHNEIDER
STEPHEN F KESSLER
Attorney for Applicant
2200 W Plaffler Street
II' 14-21-28 1/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underssjmed, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
LITTLE RHoDY. al 8989 Byron Av-
enue, Surfslde. Miami Beach, Florida,
intend to register said name with
the Cleric Of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
NATHAN KRAMER
GLADYS KRAMER
OENET & GENET
Attorneys foi 1 Im nei -
12 14-21-28 1'4
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 145817
BEATRICE Rl >SE RICCA, V. : f r.
CASPANO I. L. RICca. Defei
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: OASPANO I I. RICCA
Apt 'Ti Wast 23rd 8
NEW YORK, N V.
YOU
the Bill of C
for I u- 11.....n the Plali I
torney, and to file the original ins-
urer in the Off!......'. the Clerk of the
Circuit Court ef ire the Ht'i
day of January. 1952: otherwise, the
Bill of Complain' for DU tree herol
fore ni...1 hei!?! win be I 1 ken
i by vou.
DATED ..: Miami, Florida, this 12th
day of December, 1951.
E C. LEATHERMAN.
11 k of the Circuit C "t
I '.1 1. 1 'ounty, PI
w.M W BTOCKING
Deputy clerk
Name and Ad Irese of
Plaintiffs Atl in ey
NORMAN R LYONS,
910-12 Olympia Bldg.
:. Florida
12 1421-28 1 4
Listen to the
5H VARIETY HOUR
800 on your Dial
Sunday from 2 to 3
9idaT k Friday from
1:30 to 2
1490 on your Died
day from 10 to 11 A.M.
>b Schachter
Director
'MAN R. LYONS
"ter ana Hletorloal
Narrator
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 14*019
FRENCHY 8. HARRIS. Plaintiff.
STELLA HARRIS. Defend int
TO: STELLA HARRIS
c/o Mrs. S. Tocker.
1725 Andrews Avenue-Apt. 4-H
Bronx 53. New York
You. STELLA HARRIS, are hereby
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you,
and you are required to serve a -opy
of your Answer or Pleading to the BUI
of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attor-
nev, JOSEPH GULDEN. 822 Seybold
Building, Miami, Florida, and file the
original Answer or I'leading In the of-
fice of the Clerk of the circuit Court
on or before the 21st day of January,
[lit. If you fall to do so, Judgment by
default will be taken against you for
the relief demanded In the Bill of
c implalnt.
I m>NE AND c.RDERED at Mimal.
I la. this 21st day of December.
IJ''1 E. It LEATHERMAN.
clerk, circuit Court,
Dad. County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE.
Deputy Clerk
JOSEPH GOLDEN
Attorney for Plaintiff
823 Seybold Building-
Miami. Florida
12/28 1/4-11-18
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
Th JewUh Florldlan o-
Bctts 700 Isjgal noUctM.
Wo appfdate your
patronago and fjuaran-
taua accurate iIlsj at
logo! rate* Phono 2-1141
for mosaengor rricej.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 145319
MARY HALBERT. Plaintiff,
vs.
JOSEPH HALBERT. Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: JOSEPH HALBERT
Mayfair Al.artments
Atlantic City, New Jersey
You, Joseph Hal'.it. are herebv
notified that a BUI of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you,
and you are required to serve a cop>
of your Answer or Pleading; to the
Bill of Complaint on the plaln'Sff's
Attorney, IRVIN SCHERR. Esq., 2200
Collins Avenue. Miami Reach. Flor-
ida, and flle the original Answer or
Pleading In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
Ilth day of January. 1952. If you fal
to do so. Judgment by default will be
taken again-1 you for the relief de-
manded In the Bill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 12th day of December,
A.D. 1951.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida.
By R H RICE. JR.
Deputv Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
IRVIN SCHERR. Esq.
Attorney for Plaintiff
2200 Collins Ave.
Miami Beach. Florida
12/14-21-18 1-4
SEITLIN COMPANY
PERSONAL
AND
COMMERCIAL
COVERAGES
PHONE 9-3836
M N. C. lne T. MIAMI 32. rLA.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY.
No. 145821
HELEN GOODMAN, Plaintiff.
vs.
HAROLD OOODMAN, Defendant.
ORDER BY PUBLICATION
TO: HARol.D OOODMAN
240 Wes: 281st street
Bronx Nan York
Vou are hereby notified that a Bill
Of Complaint for Divorce has
riled against you and you are barony
required to serve a copy of your
Answer to the Bill of Complaint on
Plaintiff's attorney and file the orig-
inal Answer In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
Hth day of January, 1951: .otherw Ise,
the allegations of said Bill of Com-
plaint will be taken as confessed a-
galnst vou.
Dated this 12th day of December.
INI.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By R. H RICE. JR.
Deputy Clerk
(Seal)
gf:orge j. talianoff
Attorney for Plaintiff
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
12/14-21-28 1'4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERF:BY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
B R E W S T E R MANUFACTURING
COMPANY, at S27 Lincoln Road. Mi-
ami Beach. Fla.. Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida.
NED glassbf:rg
STANLEY GLASSBERG
Nl 'K.MAN IlI.ASSItERG
Co-Partners
HAROLD Shapiro
Attorney for Applicants
27 Lincoln Road
II 14-2I-2S 1/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business.uniiei- the fictitious name of
DRIFTWOOD BAR, at 2140 N. W.
36th Street. Miami, Fla.. Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
JUNE ADAIR WILKINS
Sole Owner
STEPHEN F. KESSLER
Attorney for Applicant
220 W. Flagler St.
12/14-21-28 1/4
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