The Jewish Floridian

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

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

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

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University of Florida
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
blume> 25Number 2
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 1952
PRICE: TEN CENTS
thest Volunteers
?t Goals; Begin
}oor Campaign
>me 5,000 volunteer workers
in their door-to-door cam-
in this week in the final phase
the 1952 Community Chest
ve.
,'orkers as far north as Hia-
i and as far south as Home-
ii concerted their efforts to
a goal of $128,394 among
wives, retired and winter
ients and neighborhood bus-
it n. Figues indicate that
o.OOO of the $976,000 total set
this region has already been
lied bv other phases of the
paign. Last year, the yolun-
:s raised $40,600 on the >pen-
iay of the appeal. This year's
tiopolitan organization, under
t. F. Ravlin and Mrs. Louis
r, is the largest ever field-
: : a Dade County Drive. Mi-
Beach volunteers, under
Stockdale and Burnett
|t:-. have a goal of $39,433. Mrs.
Kalil heads the North Dade
which will strive to raise
Mi .mi's outlying northern ar-
'..'ill be solicited by workers
ided by Mrs. Stanley Milledge.
will seek to fill a goal set
58.406. In the dowr.town dis-
rt. volunteers led by Frank
1 and Van Myers, will ask
SI 1.460. Mrs. Alfred W. Neeb
ids the central Miami cam-
in with a goal of $9,152. Mrs.
Maurice Long and Mrs. Ly-
&.-. Lowry will, with their co-
ckers, attempt to collect a to-
of $17,02$ *n the southern
"iral Gables areas, under the
limitation direction of Mrs.
fejrge Swanson and Mrs. B. An-
(onv Bowers will attempt to
1,562,000 Jews In Israel
TEL AVIV (JTA) The popu-
lation of Israel stood at 1,562.000
on January 1st, according to a
report by the Government Sta-
tistical Bureau. Of this total,
1,400,00 were Jews. The natural
rate of increase in the Jewish
population, the report showed, is
4,000 per month.
Combined Jewish Appeal Sets Goal
Of $1,477,658; Dr. Silver Speaks
Seek To Continue
Conciliation Talks
PARIS (JTA) The debate on
the Palestine issue opened 'at the
United Nations General Assem-
bly session here on Monday when
the United States, Britain, France
and Turkey jointly submitted a
resolution to the Assembly's spec-
ial political committee calling for
continuation of the U.N. Concil-
ciliation Commission for Pales-
tine and urging the Arab states
and Israel to attempt to settle
their differences. The report of
the U.N. Relief and Work Agen-
cy for the Palestine Arab refu-
gees is also before the special
committee.
The first reaction of the Israel
delegation to the proposal was
that the four-power resolution
was not entirely satisfactory.
A campaign goal of $1,477,658 has been announced for the 1952
Combined Jewish Appeal in this area, according to Dan B. Ruskin,
president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
Following a special meeting of the Federation's full Board of
Governors, comprised of more than 100 community leaders and
presidents of many Dade County Jewish organizations, the amount
was recommended as the 1952 .
goal. The decision came after Haifa and Tel Aviy. according to
Z ,. ., reports from the stricken areas,
hearing a detailed report by | Tne United Jewish Appeal,
George Chertkof, chairman of the I which includes the- Joint Dis-
Greater Miami Jewish Federa- tiibution Committee, the United
tion's Budget Committee. There- Palestine Appeal and the United
port described emergency over- Service for New Americans, will
seas requirements and Miami's receive $678,411 of the goal set
steady growth in relation to | Wednesday bv the local leaders.
MMvinov Dies
in Obscurity
LONDON (JTA) Maxim Lit-
vir.ov, one of the most promin-
ent Jewish personalities in the
Soviet hierarchy, died in obscur-
ity in Moscow this week at the
age of 75.
Once a picturesque and color-
ful figure striding the boards of
?oal of $16,146. West Dade's j the world's stage, the former Sov-
\v- is S4.769, and will be solicit-
under the direction of Mrs. J.
Liybourne, Mrs. Warren Can-
; md Mrs. Evelyn Harvey. Ne-
.olur.teers under the direc-
; the Reverer. i J. N. Byrd
'.king a goal of $4,158.
iet Foreign Minister and Ambas
I sador to the United States, lived
out the last years of his life in
I semi-disgrace with the Kremlin,
occupyirg a minor position in the
Soviet Foreign Office which he
i had once commanded.
mounting needs of local welfare
agencies.
Carl Weinkle, general chair-
man of the campaign, accepted
the goal figure on behalf of the
Combined Jewish Appeal and
voiced confidence that the mark
would be attained.
Emergency funds are needed
now in Israel following the rec-
ent disastrous storms and floods
which destroyed thousands of
tents and make-shift homes,
Weinkle told the organization
representatives. More than 2,000
families in four camps had to be
evacuated, twenty nine immi-
grant camps were demolished by
the storm and ten settlements
were cut off by floods, Weinkle
indicated. The worst storm in
26 years has beat down crops,
washed out roads and brought
untold damage in the cities of
National and overseas agencies
including Israel relief, service,
cultural and health groups, re-
ligious and educational institu-
tions and civic defense units, will
receive allocations totalling $102,-
066, it was pointed out by Dan
Ruskin, Federation president.
Seven local beneficiary organiza-
tions will receive various
amounts totalling $450,745. These
agencies include The Bureau of
Jewish Education, Mount Sinai
Hospital, Greater Miami Jewish
Community Center, Jewish Voca-
tional Service, Jewish Social Ser-
vice Bureau refugee program,
Jewish Home for the Aged and
the National Council of Jewish
Women. The increased amount
recommended for 1952 reflects
the augmented needs of Greater
Miami's welfare groups and in-
dicates a desire by the commun-
ity to support them to the fullest
extent, Ruskin explained.
The 1952 campaign of the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal will be op-
ened officially at a mass com-
munity rally on Monday, January
14th, 8 p.m., at the Miami Beach
Jewish Center. Featured speaker
will be Dr. Abba Hillel Silver,
world Jewish leader and one of
the first proponents in Urited
Nation's sessions for establish-
ment of the State of Israel.
He is expected to launch the
local drive with a sharp analysis
of Israel needs and a description
of increased requirements of the
growing Jewish commur.ity n
Greater Miami. This will be Dr.
Silver's first major address in
1952.
Carl Weinkle will act as pro-
gram chairman for the evening
and will introduce this year's
campaign leaders. Stanley C.
Myers, prominent worker in the
welfare field and a 1952 Wir.ter
Residents' co-chairman, will des-
cribe briefly the local and na-
tional agencies included as bene-
ficiaries in the current campaign.
Musical numbers will be pre-
sented by the Cantor's Vocal
Chorus, under the direction of
Robert Strassberg. Cantor David
Silverman will render several
and Joseph Narot will officiate,
solos. Rabbis Irving Lehnr.3n
delivering the invocation and
benediction.
WW^^WWWWWN/*W^rf-'W
Rabbi Unterman Arrives
Rabbi Isar Jehuda Unterman,
Chief Rabbi of Tel Aviv, will ar-
rive in Miami on Friday. Janu-
ary 18th, in behalf of the State
of Israel Bond Drive. He will re-
main here until January 31st.
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'olice Scatter Israeli Mob
JERUSALEM (JTA) Dozens of civilians and police were in-
1 here Monday as polL-err.en used clubs, high pressure streams
r, tear gas and fire barricades in fighting oft several thous-
a monstrators who attempted to penetrate the police lines and
icades around the Parliamert building tq protest the govern-
t's proposal for direct negotiations with Germany on repara-
The demonstrators massed -...
Herut leaaer Menahem Beigin
I's.de Parliament in response
a country-wide call issued by
rightist Herut Party.
[The Knesset session itself broke
shortly after Premier David
-Gurion, in a half-hour ad-
tess. insisted that Israel ii en-
tled to inherit the property of
lined and destroyed Jewish
mmunities and heirless Jews
hi were murdered and despoil-
* by the Nazis. While the thous-
P.ris of demonstrators jeered out-
>nd hurled stones through
windows of Parliament, in-
:ir.g some of the deputies, a
called the Premier a "hooligan."
The Speaker of the House, Jos-
eph Serlin, called upon Beigin
to retract h s remark, but the
latter refused. Deputies from
both sides of the House rose to
menace each other, and fist fights
appeared certain. Speaker Serlin
hastily adjourned the session.
In a day of rioting reminiscent
of the final days of the Manda-
tory Administration, the demon-
strators attacked the police lines
around the Parliament from three
rnfic uproar broke out when'directions. Before the Parliamen-
tary session was adjourned the
attackers had penetrated two of
the three main lines of defense
of the police who were fully arm-
ed and in battle dress, although
their instructions in the morn-
ing had been not to use force ex-
cept in the event of a serious
emergency.
The first advance was met by
appeals from the police to dis-
perse. When these were jeered
and the demonstrators pressed
onward, a fire brigade turned
high pressure hoses on them. This
had little effect, whereugjpn the
police hurled tear gas bombs and
swung clubs. A number of the
gas bombs were picked up by
demonstrators who threw them
back at the police and, in some
instances, into Parliament where
several deputies were discomfit-
ted-
Combined Appeal Campaign Maps Trade
Division Units; Selects Group Leaders

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nit leaders of th. 152 Combined JQ^ttSSTtf tt M organisational meeting of the
irm.n. Carl W.inkl. (..cond from right) Shown ai J ^ co.chairmen A.ron K..
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Trade Unit Council held in the Shelborne Hotel- ''-" ;w^7r#-^,"by tht group for hug. over-
r. William D. Singar and (at right) Howard Kana. Plans w*r. hi t
gift dinner on January 24th.
William D. Singer, head of the
Royal Castle Restaurant Chain,
and Aaron Kanner, prominent
Miami attorney, have been nam-
ed co-chairmen of the Trade Unit
in the 1952 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal, according to an announce-
ment by Carl Weinkle, Campaign
chairman.
Swinging into immediate ac-
tion. Singer and Kanner have or-
ganized a Trade Council, com-
posed of Group and Division
chairmen, which met for dinner
at the Shelbourne Hotel where
plans were swiftly mapped for
workers' sessions and major
events during the next six weeks.
Thirty-six Trades leaders heard
Campaign chairman Carl Weinkle
describe the vital needs of Jewry
in Israel, abroad and at home,
and enthusiastically applauded
his announcement that: "Greater
Miami will not be satisfied with
less than the goal of $1,477,658,
and I am confident you will join
me in the task ahead so that we
can reach that goal."
Six prominent civic workers
who have distinguished them-
selves by their service records in
previous campaigns, subsequent-
ly accepted positions of leader-
ship as head of groups of Trades.
Aaron Kanner will also serve
as chairman of Group No. 1, the
the Professional Unit, which in-
cludes lawyers, accountants, den-
tists, physicians, and health serv-
ices. Herbert E. Scher will head
Group No. 2. the Mercantile Unit,
which includes clothing, retail
men's wear, furniture. Jewelry.
shoes and children's wear and
retail stores. Joseph R. Stein has
accepted leadership of Group No.
3, which includes Food, Bever-
age and Amusements, while Ben
Ciller will direct Group No. 4,
comprised of Building, Real Es-
tate and Allied Trades.
Joseph M. Lipton is at the helm
of Group No. 5, including Auto-
motive and Industrial Utilities,
and Sam Heiman is chairman of
all remaining Miscellaneous in-
dustries in Group No. 6.
The Trades Unit Council a-
dopted resolutions aimed at set-
ting into motion the extensive
man-power machinery involved
in this segment of the 1952 cam-
paign. The Council then agreed
to hold weekly luncheon meetings
at Betty's Restaurant. Biscay."?
Boulevard, every Tuesday, start-
ing January 15th. Further ac-
tion-plans call for lists of de-
linquent accounts to be issued to
chairmen for their specific Trade
so that outstanding balances are
met before 1952 pledges are
made. Another resolution urged
Trade Division chairmen to util-
ize every possible resource to add
new prospects and new workers
to the 1952 roster. Further plans
developed at the Trades chair-
men's meeting call for an Over-
all Trade Gift-Dinner on Thurs-
day evening, January 24th, to be
attended by more than 1,000 per-
sons. Other social events have
been set for Trades groups on
February 18th and 20th, featur-
ing nationally known speakers.
Chairmen who will organize their
specific industries and trades into
effective work-teams include:
Aaron Kanner, Group No. I, PfO
fesslons: Lawyers, George Chertkof;
It.., tors. l>r. Morris Goodman: Health
Set vices, Kulibi Samuel M. Machtal;
and Accountants. Sidney Lefcourt
Herbert Scher. Oroup No. t. Mer-
cantile: ClothltiK. Hevner Bloom: Re-
tail (Men's Wear). Jules QlUette:
Furniture. Sam Llpton. Jewelry. .l-
vln '. Rlehter and Daniel Rlcht-r;
and Retail. Bernard Bterflnff.
Joseph R Bteln, Qroup No. I, F i-
liiVi-ruKis Ainii-riiiKlilj: r'ri:ll >' -
i. -. Archie Brick Liquor, Leo Ch
in: Drun & Sundries, Louis Pleta
n in. Food i Beer .. Sofl Drii k),
Sidnej ll Hub" in H
Km ilpment, Joeeoh Met '.i : i '
(Butchers), Philip Romer; Prod
Carl Sussklnd; ri \ rood, A n v.
kle,
Ben i llnei. Qroup S i :. !'
Re l! Estate an I AJJ
Bulldlna I Con i M
berl Bu I Id I ng l Ai
H i ;\ts~.M ; ,\,
Km ii' in Plumblni
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Contrai lore, Ma rl> O
inx (Gen'l Contrai torn)
Ion Pi : -. i
AI sm.-i man I and A
Meyer Telarman
Josi-pli l..:>t :.<; A -
motive-Induatl U I
i'. re, Wi Ham I*l ie;e, t-' -
v loe Rtattoni A Auto i
I.nliy: Metal-. \V ita A
Bldney Peppei l oan Companie' I I
L, R"senber: and Insurance. Pine M
|and loan Companies, Bam SelMm
Bam Helnten, Oroup N-> S, Mu,:-
It menus: Yend'ns MacMnee Albel
(Cornfield: Laundries. C'ane < l.'n-
l en (tupolv. s.,111 A Ooldete and
Welfare Services, Leon KapSm



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FRIDAY. JANUARY 11


Ii
Hadassah Dance
Set For Copa
On Sunday
The Greater Mian i (
Hadassah's HMO diner dance.
the proceeds of which will I
provide immediate medical
1 -.- immigrants in Israel, will
be held on SuikL.v
nary 13th. at Copa City.
Unless newcomers
kally screened and given the
hospital care they need, the cit-
izens of Israel will be urable to
shoulder the back-breaking
of consolidating I ains which
the new state has so valiantly
won."" Mrs. Fred Jonas, coordin-
ator of the affair, said.
Mrs. Jonas emphasized further
the purpose for which fund-
ed at the dinner dar.ee will be
used. "We must secure tomor-
row built on the strong pillars
of health today." she added.
Rersevations may be made at
the HMO Chapter by phoning
58-7811.
Cavalcade Exhibits Modern Israeli Art-
Dioramas Depict Jewish Historical Eras
Moretha, 20 I I
and. '
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state a

Soi I "
J a David Lu :v g I
A. A. Rikho, Rico Blass, I. I
.. Levevon. Budko. S
I
Tk. c llages, wl
by past
pap.V. also ai
Cavalcade and w l
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I
:
cavaicaje inu <-n ..... ,- jauoii, i> .......
Dr F Seligmann, nternatioi z. misl Oi
,
'
'
Thurman, Gettinger
Meet JWB, Council
Harold Thurman und Mike Get-
tinger, of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center, visited
Nc-w York last week and met
with the National Jewish Wel-
fare Board ar.d the Council of
Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds.
Stanley C. Myers, president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center, announced that
the function of Thurman's and
Gettinger's trip was to taki
mediate steps regarding pr
re-organization of programs inn
personnel requirements of the
Center.
The two re]
sought to arrant iugh Coun-
cil and the JWB for "
viewing in New York of quali-
fied candidates for the position
of Executive Director. My-
dicated that an Interim Dir I
may have to be ch
temporal ily aid in the coord
tion of Center activities until an
Executive Direct ir is appointed.
know
duced during the si -
mirroring its
i ,
Jean David, a student of I
art, displays his fine
such paintings as Haifa Bay and
Caesaria. A central Euj
th. David escaped when Ru-
, mania becami I Axis
. ir. 1941. His paintings
Cavalcade belong I th Ford
Zifroni Tc Sing
Uri Zifioni. intern tior.ally
known tenor ol the Is.....
has iust completed a tour of
Sout; A ica and will be pre-
si ted in a concert at the Town
and Beach Club on Sunday ev-
January 13th.
us 1
x
n to 12 ni Inight.
Sunday.
II u ilu ssuh IIfa rs
Dr. Itoulh
Mrs. I:win Weir.-'
t city
the il groups i 'he
Greater Miami C ipt< i I Ha-
Monday. January 14th.
1 30 p.m., at Temple Beth Sholem.
Dr. 1 k Routh. pro!.
. Department of Human Re-
lation.-. University ol Miami, will
a Idress tl i assi n n the
topic. What Th,' UN Means To
Me A musical program will then
be presented by Mrs. I
ening, January I3th, at 8 p.m.
The public is invited. lt?*1T.i"'ii'j......Y-V
The tenor recently app and the Hada Choral
the Bonds of Is Group under the direction ol
turing James G M Dona Mrs. Irwin Wetnstein. Mrs. Max
er vmbassad I Israel W itz | i >gi in chairman.
B'nai B'rith Women Hold Institute
Under Metropolitan Council Aegis
%li<' August HiVs
At Age of tilt
Part owner and operator of
' the August Brothers Bakery, Mi-
., ami, Mrs. Alice August, died las:
Monday afternoon at her home.
1376 SW 6th Street.
;,;, Mrs. August was 68 years old
and survived her husband. Ger-
shon August, by some nine
' ; months. Mr. August died last
May, after residing in Miami
with his wife for 26 yea.
Originally from Pawtucket.
I Rhode Island. Mrs. August was
. -a member of the Miami He reu
; School and Congregati i
. 'Shel Ernes and the ladii -
i "iauy to the Jewish Horn.
.^Aged. She is survived by two
sqoa Harry and Louis, and by
- mine grandchildren,
; Services were at the Gordon
Fuoeral Home, with interment o-
-Mount Nebo Cemeterv.
An Institute sn B'nai B itl
Polici
i the Metroi
il B'nai B'rit '-''
eld on Thurs
171
The Institul
at the Sorrento Hotel from 1!
a.m., 11 4 p.m. Chairman il I
. ite :- Mrs. Tena Kal
idem of the Metropolitai
f B'nai B'rith Woi
sisting hei is Mrs. Harry Kauf-
man, vice president of the B'nai
B'rith Women's District Grand
L Ige No. 5.
B'nai B'ritl
conduct sessions a: the Institute
are Ml N ::;un Marl -
ide-nt of the Won Disl
Grand Lodge NJ 5 M: N
Levy.
n I Mrs M
vice pres ni
The Ir.-;
held in
ly m iting : the M( I
cil. Th-.- local chap- rs con
'' polit in Council
B'rith W m n
I I
Norl S >'.
Tropi E or Roosevelt
The B'nai B'ritl Young W
Chapter- ire Stai H Lan-
dau. Sharet and Zwit-
Jacob Seidenberg
Pies At 75
,hJ"C0-> M. Sr: .. :;,. ,,-
4015 North Bay Road, died at
hfs home last Friday.
Mr. Seidenberg was a resident
of Miami for the past 22 years
and was engaged in the plumbing
supply business He is survived
fty three sons. Irving. Milton and
Fhilip, and by three daughters,
Mrs. Esther Grodr.er. Mrs Anna
Gruber and Mrs. Bertha Kauf-
ihan.
.Services were on Mondav at the
Miami Beach Riverside." Inter-
ment was in Graceland Memorial
Park Cemetery
Home Auxiliary
The Miami Ladies' Auxiliary
to the Jewish Home for the A
will hold its next regular i
ing on Tuesday, January i5t.
p.m at the Beth El Centei
500 SW I7tl Avenue Mrs. S l-
will pres
ZIONIST
LUNCHEON CLUB
Invites You To Hear:
ARTHUR B.
SOKOLOW
Miamian. serving as Public
Relations Counselor with the
Paleslir... Economic Corpora-
lion in Isreel, who will talk on
"ISRAEL Dollars
and Sense"
0RKIN
2-1776
309 N E 13th St.
Miami
5-3528
Ml Ami Beach
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IRVING A SI E>
LEON
ALBERT GOSSIP
CHARLES H. LEE
JACK FISHMAN
PUBLIC TNVITED
-
Miami Beach
$2 000 000 IN ISRAEL I0MD SALES
TO MAW CANTMS 60th IHTHDAY
Eddie Cantor, slaunch support-
er and leader of the United
Jewish Appeal and a member
of the UJA's 1951 National
Campaign Cabinet, has accept-
ed the Chairmanship of the
UJA's 1952 10-week National
Leadarship Mobilization whose
aim is the enrollment of many
more thousands of volunteers
and contributors to help spark
the country's 3.000 community
campaigns. As chairman. Can-
tor will seek to enlist promin-
ent business, civic and com-
munal leaders and to increase
the number of campaign volun-
tears. The National Mobilisa-
tion, which got underway De-
cember 17th. will culminate
February 23rd at Miami Beach,
where the UJA will inaugurate
this year's nationwide cam-
paign for funds. UJA's 1952
goal is S151.500.000 for immi-
gration and resettlement in Is-
rael, relief ard uhabilitation
in European and Moslem lands.
and refugee aid in the United
States. UJA funds make pos-
sible lhe programs of the Unit-
ed Palestine Appeal. Joint Dis-
tribution Committee and Unit-
ad Service for New Americans.
Cantor's 60lh birthday on Jan-
uary 31st, will b.> celebrated
with a Special Issue Bond Din-
ner in New York City. Mini-
mum admission will be the
purchase of a SI.000 Israel
Bond.
Landau Women Hold
Pot Luck Supper
The Clara Hirsch Land;iU Chat,
tor of B'nai B'rith Young u/0^"
on. will hold a Pot Luck Su "
Monday evening. January |2
at the home of Miss Marietta )"
1340 14th Ten,,, ?gj
I Plans for an annual Suw
heart Ball in February ^T
discussed. The President's IW
, cil Dance, sponsored by Bv:
B'rith groups, including cian
Hirsch Landau late this mow?
, will also be mapped out.
Miami Branch
Offers Banee
I ii si riMlioii
An introductory class in mod
em interpretive dancing will h>
given Tuesday evening. Januari
15th. at the Miami Branch Grea'
,er Miami Jewish Communit.
: Center. 450 SW 16th Avenue
The class will be part of an
expanded dar.ee activity program
given each Tuesday and Thurs-
day evening unde the supervfc
i ion of Miss Soni Green. Child.
, ren's classes are also offered each
Tuesday afternoon from 3 to 4;M
p.m. Miss Green has studied and
i performed with the Charles
Weidman Company, Catherine
Dunham Experimental Group and
Jean Erdman's Company.
A special class in social danc-
I ing instruction, sponsored by the
, Adult Social Group of the Miami
i Branch, is conducted weekly on
Thursday evenings by Miss Leslie
Infante.
...SiGXH...
REAL ESTATE. POSTERS.
CARDS. MENUS.
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I'll Say...
During 1750, a business man declared resignedly
Jew York can never hope to rival Newport as a
hipping center." And yet its port facilities were in-
jlrio] to the harbors of Boston. New York. Baltimore,
|i Charleston. What caused Newport to attain pre-
Kninence in the commerce of Colonial America has
I, i overlooked.
L-1RLY AMERICA
It is sometimes forgotten that religious freedom
Las not a vested right brought by the colonists to the
[merican seaboard. In fact, every colony was virtual-
1 a haven or refuge for some particular denomination:
.tnnsylvania for Quakers, Maryland for Catholics,
t,o:gia for Protestants, etc. Other sectarians were
Jther rigidly excluded or grdudgingly tolerated, not
L of right but on sufferance.
The Pilgrims, who had tasted persecution in old
England, established their own brand of intolerant
hrocracy in New England. To escape the fanaticism
_f Puritan rule, Roger Williams founded the first
Iflony to welcome people of all religions. As soon
Ih the news got around, Jews found their way to the
cw Utopia in Rhode Island. A Masonic source re-
mits that the fifteen Jewish families who settled
lewport in 1658, were the first to bring Masonry to
America. It did not take long for this town to become
Die leading Jewish settlement in Colonial America.
Before the American Revolution, Newport reached its
binnacle of prosperity, and the Jewish community
c highest affluence. Evidently there was a connec-
tion between the two.
Preeminence
Periods of economic expansion, or cultural ef-
florescence, or spiritual striving usually gravitate
khout some exceptional personality. Many contempor-
aries attempt to attain mastery, but usually one in-
jlividual reaces the goal. Generally, he sums up in his
hwn life the struggles and aspirations of his era. Such
i person emerged in Newport, and his influence was
tit by the Jewish community as well as in Christian
lircles.
Newport and Aaron Lopez

By HARRY S1MONHOFF
MARRANOS IN PORTUGAL
In Lisbon. Aaron Lopez was born of a family who
for centuries knelt at mass, said glc.r.a patris fervently
at the conclusion of prayers, went regularly to con-
fession, and celebrated every holidav on the Catholic
calendar. But secretly they prayed in Hebrew, fasted
on Yom Kippur, and ate Motzes on Passover. Yet
Aaron's half brother was scented by the hounds of the
Inquisition; his father s gold saved him from torture
and burning. He managed to get away on an English
boat. Aaron finally induced his aged father to per-
mit him to follow his brother to the new world. It
was well the brothers got away, for three years later
they would have perished during the great Lisbon
earthquake.
THE MERCHANT PRINCE
With little or no capital. Aaron Lopez came in 1752
to Newport. His uncle, Abraham Revera. manufactur-
ed candles from sperm oil and gave him a start. Aaron
proved himself a business genius. In a short time he
became one of the leading, ir not the leading mer-
chant and shipper in all the English colonies. The
entire city felt the impact of his phenomenal rise. He
owned, in whole or in part, 30 transatlantic ships and
more than 100 coastwise vessels. He carried lumber,
fish, horses, whale oil and manufactured articles to
Jamaica, Surinam, Honduras and the West Indies and
brought back molasses for making rum. He traded
in tobacco, flour, meats, tar, pitch, and turpentine.
Following the custom of the times, his boats brought
slaves from Africa and carried ivory, gold dust, palm
oil, and camwood to European ports.
Ezra Styles, Christian pastor and president o/ Yale,
held Lopez in the highest esteem and wrote on his
epitaph: "He was a merchant of the first eminence:
for honor and extent of commerce probably surpassed
by no merchant in America." It was largely through
his efforts that Newport had the finest public library
in all the colonies. Prominent in established friendly
relations between Christians and Jews, he was able
to settle 40 Jewish families in the city. He conducted
himself with dignified modesty and was admired and
respected by Christian and Jew, competitor and as-
sociate.
Yet this merchant prince, who raised Newport to
the top in Colonial commerce, could not altogether
escape racial or religious prejudice that evidently ex-
isted even in the haven of tolerance founded by Roger
Williams. Under the recent naturalization acts, he
applied for citizenship. The court and assembly turn-
ed down his petition on trifling grounds. He applied
to the neighboring colony and became the first natur-
alized Jew in Massachusetts. Sympathetic with the
aims of the patriots in the Revolution, he fled Newport
and relinquished his extensive holdings to the British,
who would gladly have come to terms with a leading
merchant of the 13 colonies.
A PERMANENT DECLINE
The war brought ruin to the opulence of Newport.
Lopez wis able to rescue about $100,000, a large sum
in those days, out of the wreckage of his former vast
holdings. After Washington's victory at Yorktown
secured peace, Lopez set out in 1782 with his numer-
ous family to rebuild his commercial empire and re-
store the prestige of Newport. On the road his horse
suddenly bolted and threw him into treacherous
quicksand. He struggled helplessly until submerged.
With his death, Newport lost the opportunity to regain
its commercial prestige. Today it ranks among the
summer resorts for fashionable society.
SYNAGOGUE AND CEMETERY
The repute of Newport Jewry can be judged by
the famous "no sanction to bigotry" letter written to
the Congregation by George Washington when he be-
came president. The Synagogue, now a U.S. shrine,
is a gem of 18th century architecture. Meeting place of
the Rhode Island Legislature after the Revolution,
this structure reveals vanished opulence, refined taste,
and attracted the attention of Washington, Lafayette,
and many eminent Americans to our own day. An-
other show place of pre-Revolutionary times is the
old cemetery, which inspired Henry W. Longfellow
to write his sensitive poem expressing sympathy for
the refugees who fled "Christian hate" and who lie
buried in the Jewish cemetery at Newport.
Hr*. Sirkin Dies
(Mi Sunday
A re-sident in the Greater Mi-
i area for the past 16 years,
Irs. Sarah Sirkin, 64, died in a
jcal hospital last Sunday.
Mrs. Sirkin originally came
Ir mii Jamaica, Long Island, and
.id with her husband, Mr. Har-
fcy Sirkin. at 2644 Flamingo Drive,
[Miami Beach. She is survived by
fht r husband, past president of
-e Miami Beach Jewish Center,
Ihy three sons, Milton, Alexander
I nd Leon, a daughter, Mrs. Adele
ivitz,. and a brother, Abe Te-
Ij larkin. Mrs. Sirkin also leaves
f.-vo sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth Flyer
umd Mrs. Vetta Kramer, and four
lliandchildren.
Services were held on Monday
I the Miami Beach Riverside,
th Rabbi Irving Lehrman of-
f I i lating. Interment was on
lMount Nebo Cemetery.
Betty Hard Engaged
To Mclvin Rosenthal
The engagement of their
daughter, Betty, to Melvin H.
Rosenthal, son of Mr. and Mrs.
I. Jack Rosenthal, West Palm
Beach, has been announced by
Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Bard, 6924
Bav Drive, Miami Beach.
Miss Bard was graduated from
the West Philadelphia High
School and a business college
there. Mr. Rosenthal attended
the Massachusetts College of
Pharmacy, the University of Mi-
ami and is presently completing
his studies for a BS degree at the
Florida College of Pharmacy.
Her nice Feeney
Chosen Miss
| IKusiness, 1952
Bernice R. Feeney, receptionist
I- Dade Federal Savings and
(Loan Association of Miami, was
(chosen Miss Business Of 1952 in
la recent contest sponsored by
the South Florida Office Equip-
ment Dealers.
The selection of Miss Feeney
I by a panel of impartial judges
leame from the hundreds of pho-
nographs of South Florida busi-
[ness girls entered in the contest.
iMiss Business Of 1952 will pre-
side over the South Florida Of-
Ifice Equipment Show opening to-
[dav in Bayfront Park Auditor -
Miss Feeney received an award
l'f a $100 Savings Bond from the
Office Equipment Dealers, and
Joseph M. Lipton, president of
[Dade Federal Savings, plans an-
other award from the savings in-
ytitution. ~_
Dr. Kaminetsky
To Address
Academy Fathers
Dr. Joseph Kaminetsky, noted
educator and author, will address
the Fathers' Club of the Hebrew
Academy at its next meeting
Monday evening, December 14th,
8 p.m., at the Prince Michael
Hotel, Miami Beach.
Irving Firtel, president of the
Daddies' Club, announced that
Dr. Kaminetsky's topic will be
A Tour Through Day-School-
Land. Dr. Kaminetsky, educa-
tional director for Torah Umes-
orah, national society for the es-
tbalishment of Hebrew Day
Schools, will present a report of
his observations on the growth of
the Day School movement.
Included on the agenda for the
business portion of this meeting,
are reports to be presented by
committee chairmen, special pro-
jects and a planning session, as
well as social plans for the com-
ing months. At the conclusion of
the business portion of the meet-
ing, and following the address by
Dr. Kaminetsky, a social hour
will take place. Dr. David An-
dron, president of the Hebrew
Academy and owner of the new
Prince Michael Hotel, will be host
of the evening.
The Sisterhood Choral Group and the Religious School Chorus of Tempi* Beth Sholom. Miami
Beach, participated in the recent Candlelight Chanuka Service, entitled. The Miracle Of The Etern-
al Light, written and narrated by Rabbi Leon Kronish. Cantor Samuel Kelemer conducted the
choral groups. Shown above are. front row: Ira Shapiro. Barry Shein. Michael Weill and Larry
Moss. Second row: Kathy Kaplan. Willa Susskind. Linda Shein. Sandra Broad, Sheila Mandel.
Philippe Weine. Linda Salomon. Linda Kamen and Maxine Goldman. Third row: the Mesdames
S. Jacobson. J. Fishman. M. Strassberg. H. Wynn. Cantor Samuel Kelemer. S. Neitlich, J. Rosen-
thal. D. Godlin and Miss Rhea Katz. Fourth row: the Mesdames R. Epstein. M. H. Rosenhouse. A.
Kronowilx. L. Shapiro. I. Kaplan. Hy Fried (organist). S. Berlin. H. Roth. E. Felton. S. Pollack and
M. Goldin. Fifth row: H. Gordon, A. Kogan, S. Kelemer. M. Mersel, Rabbi Leon Kronish. S. Green.
W. Loeb. L. Goldman and E. Sonn. Soloists were the Mesdames Berlin. Neitlich, Wynn. Strassberg
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Are we amidst a revival or
decline of idealism and spiritual-
ity, will be the theme of a dis-
cussion at the weekly meeting of
I Der Yiddisher Forum tomorrow
evening, January 12th, 8:30 p.m.
m.
Beryl Morrison, regular mem-
ber of the Forum Panel, will talk
ion The Spiritual Decline In Ourt
[Life at the group's meeting place,
f420 Lincoln Road.
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night.
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< ullural Duplicity
Martin Buber. Jewish philosopher and scholc;.
is a symbol of a way oi life shattered in our gen-
f While science and technology have been
making rapid strides toward discovering con-
temporary, unique methods by which men may
cSoy themselves. Professor Buber. undaunted
probed the most intimate crannies of spiritual and
moral existence. Against the rising tide of chaos
end disaster, he worked to ascertain and aug-
ment the orderly pattern of unassuming living
our ancient prophets described.
It seems strange then, that having acted
counter to the general trend of our times. Pro
'essor Buber should now consider it fitting to ac-
cept the annual Goethe Prize which the Umver-
.:v of Hamburg recently awarded him. Were
the Professor completely convinced of the pro-
priety involved in his acceptance, he would not
find it necessary to excuse this quesr.cr.ar.e .--'-.
While none mav deny the misgu:aea :u.e c:
America. England and fiance in twentieth cen-
:-v international relations, it is also beyc
guement that Germany has beer. Ihe ipeca
oi unrest, amorality and war. We must thus
:eca:d Germany's ces::e to d his furtherance V: supernational :-:-^ -
litarian striving in :he Bpirit oi Goethe
cynically.
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ceptance c: the award prove conclusively that
sis not unaware :: these opposing va -
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Carl Weinkle. recently appointed
ci the Combined Jewish Appeal Carnpaj
1952. would be loathe to recount the circumn,
es which led to his acceptance of this cornftn
honor.
His is an unassuming simplicity equiYaj
a sort of dignity rarely found in men prom.
in the commercial world. Most people kno'|
Weinkle as the head oi a food market chain,
know him as the member oi a family thot]
always been active in communal attain,
r.::: just a short time ago, few knew him ^
emulator of his philanthropic father. Louij'
kle; his soft-spoken nature inhibited hii^
recounting his own deeds.
Home circumstances led Ccrl WeinklfJ
zcs.v.ve participation in Jewish organ
Surrounded by constant reference to chariti|
o the needs of World Jewry, he was
. the spirit of unselfish devotion. Onfl
personal hardships of his youth were set
he turned to aiding these not quite so to
.'.'hen the Combined Jewish Appeal
n for 1952 set up its course of action l.
year. Carl Weinkle was consider,
iral leader. Despite his cognizance etj
needs, he preferred to carry his sh
tibility anonymously. Only the re
his recent trip to Israel made Carl Weil.
I the chairmanship he originally souc'nti
ise.
'.:: the spotlight cf public activity today, i
Weinkle attempts to carry on his work with |
which characterized his recent
. role. Stirred by the accomplishments i
the visions he beheld in the new Jewish
he continues in his unassuming manner to i
rommunity behind him toward the suco
ful iruition of the 1952 campaign.
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JANUJOtY 11. 1952
irtment Group
falls Officers
Brations have been made
. Miami Beach Apartment
btion to install its newly
I president, Dainel Broad,
her qf/i.cerg and directors
fdnesday, January 10th, 8
at- the Hibiscus Masonic
Alton Road and 10th
hi Irving Lehrman of the
[Beach Jewish Center will
linptflTOnjj officer and prin-
geaJcer. Harold Shapiro,
each attorney and presi-
the Miami Beach Zionist
will be in charge of the
i. Aaron Rosenberg, na-

Daniel Broad
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i a presentation for
Judy Nelson, soprano,
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1 are William Brenner,
of the Board of Direc-
ed A. Lesser, 1st vice
Meyer Teigman, 2nd
dent; Morris Gold, sec-
' el Altar, treasurer,;
tors; -William Bielfeld,
flnldstein. I. C. Green-
n Mantell, Charles Op-
Helen* Sanders and Irv-
>il' Honors
foh Sehachter
Schachter's 21st year in
ill be celebrated with a
Concert I at the Miami
Hijjh School on Sunday,
y 20th, 8:30 p.m.
t\ tly director of the Jew-
iety Hour, he is a pioneer
ish radio programs which
an to feature in New York
yean ago.
Sunday evening concert
Ratine leading New York
Tickets are on sale at
ir Dairy Restaurant, 949
|gton Avenue, Miami
Reservations may be
>y phoning 58-3300.
tumble* Women
Donate Stood
A mobile unit of the Dade
County Blood Bank will be sta-
tioned at the Coral Gables Jew-
ish Center, 320 Palermo Avenue
on Tuesday, January 15th, from
10 p.m., for members of the
B nai B nth Women of Coral Gab-
les to donate blood before attend-
ing their regular meeting that
day.
Blood received will be sent to
soldiers in Korea. Shaghetti sup-
pers will be served donors. The
Mesdames Rose Heims, S. Rosen-
berg and I. Gerstenfeld are co-
chairmen of the event.
JWB To Furnish
Gl's With Foods
For Passover
Whether a cease-fire the world
is waiting for comes to Korea
or whether young Jewish GIs in
the UN forces fight on along the
icy ridges of that stricken land
they will have ample opportunity
to celebrate Passover this year
much in the manner of the folks
back home. Come peace or all-
out war, the US Logistical Com-
mand in the Far East has assured
holiday cheer for the GIs there
and in Japan by calling on the
National Jewish Welfare Board
(JWB) to furnish 50,000 pounds
of holiday food suuplies.
A veteran of 34 GI Passover
operations, JWB is busy filling
the huge Army order for Pass-
over provender and has already
begun shipment of Passover foods
intended for the Far East, Pana-
ma, Guam, the Philippines, Ha-
waii, Germany and Alaska. In
many instances supplies will be
dropped by helicopter to isolated
groups.
Operation Passover will be aug-
mented by JWB volunteers work-
ing at 585 military installations
and veterans hospitals in the
US as well as by some 300 full
and part-time Jewish chaplains
around the world. Shipment of
the vast quantities of Seder sup-
plies will also, involve the Jewish
chaplains in arrangements at sup-
ply depots.
In military chapels, in hospit-
als, in mess halls, in tents, on
warships riding Korean and Jap-
anese waters, on ships at sea,
GIs will mark the Festival of
Freedom. At front line stations,
or at isolated posts anywhere,
where even a Jewish chaplain
may not be present, the GI will
be acutely conscious that he is
not forgotten. For, opening his
Passover food box, he will dis-
cover, in addition to a Haggadah,
all the ingredients for his pri-
vate seder chicken, gefilte fish
and even a chocolate bar, nuts
and dried fruits. Each package
will contain a greeting from the
JWB committee in the states that
helped to fill the package.
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Deprive Citizenship
LONDON (JTA) A total of
610 Iraqi Jews whe were outside
Iraq and failed to return within
three months after the publica-
tion of a formal government no-
tice to that effect have been of-
ficially deprived of their property
and citizenship, it was rcsirted
here from Bagdad. The regula-
tion under which the action was
taken was first published six
months ago in a series of anti-
Jewish moves by the Iraqi Gov-
ernment.
Gables Center
Awards Prizes
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Finkel-
stein, of 815 Catalonia Avenue,
were awarded first prize in the
recent Coral Gables Jewish Cen-
ter Chanuka Home Decoration
Contest by Judges Rabbi Morris
A. Skop, Sam Schulefand. Mrs.
Abe Harris and Cantor Irving
Robinson.
Twenty-two families participat-
ed in the contest. A musical Men-
orah will be presented to the
first prize winners during to-
night's Sabbath Service. Second
prize was won by Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan Magida, of 231 Santillane
Avenue, and third prize, by Mis.
Joseph Kolber, of 6426 SW 12th
St.
To Aid Migration
NEW YORK (JTA)The Joint
Distribution Committee, which
helped some 17,000 Jews migrate
to Western Hemisphere coun-
tries last year, anticipates that
it will be called upon to aid the
migration of nearly 10,000 Jews
this year, it was reported here at
the 37th annual meeting of the
organization. Of them, about
5,000 will corr.e to the United
States and the remainder will go
to Canada, Australia and Latin
America.
Of i t.ee Jews
The meeting re-elected Bd>
ward M. M. Warburg as national
chairman of the JDC for tho
seventh successive year. It a -
dopted a 1952 budget of $23,307,-
300 for aid to Jews in more than,
20 countries. Over W percent of
this sum is to be allocated to
Malben, the welfare program
which the JDC operates in Israel.
The Joint Distribution Comm t-
tee has spent almost $525,000,000
since V-E Day, it was revealol
at the meeting.
annannniB
MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM
Friday. January 18th 8:30 p.m.
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He new quarters of the
of Jewish Education.
housed at 135 NW 3rd
t. the Bureau recently took
\c building from the Beth
[Synagogue. Other agen-
t will share the Bureau's
are the National Coun-
wish Women, the Jewish
Inal Service and the Zion-
|th Commission.
Meisel. president of the
officiated at the dedica-
\> heard Rabbi Max Sha-
des ident of the Greater
Kabbinical Association
Intual leader of the Beth
>> nagogue, view the ever-
l maturity of Jewish edu-
|n this area.
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SIZZLER:
Hot current being generated over the Beach shoots sparks
on municipal ownership of the Florida Power and Light Company.
The question suddenly worked everybody into a hot Hash, either
pro or con Quick citizens' committee formed to protest the
idea has Mrs. Rose Weiss, secretary ... But proponents quietly
tag it the Florida Power and Loot, arguing cheaper costs. The
whole matter fries into a franchise vote. January 22nd. Firm
guy ag'in it is Leo Eisenstein who's attentively surveyed both
sides, and claims we're better off not to become one of the 2100
municipalities who run their own power.
NORTH BAY AGAIN:
A Saturday luncheon of the board of governors, North Bay Area
Taxpayers' Ass'n. planned the group'? civic campaigns for now and
Ihe year. Primary is the idea of a "skyway" non-stop bridge over
yonder at that thick congestion where cursing motorists crawl be-
hind their cursing brothers, at 63rd St ... P. J. Davis, longtime
tuilder. was bolstered with professional blueprints, showing traffic
relief if and when and at a cost of $100,000 "Skyway" pro-
posal seems to have stemmed from Max Orovitz, originally In-
tent listeners included Al Pallot, the association's president, Charlie
Tobin. Jack Ablin
Ablin had tried three other hotels before finding the group at
the Shelborne. We all telt as if we were someone the firemen had
Jeft because 12 hours earlier, the Shelborne's dining-room had
been burned out. completely .
Still puzzling over the conflagration is Saul Herman, who'd sat
chatting with Irma for 40 minutes, that night. Also puzzled is or-
chestra leader Alan Kole who was in and out finally ended the
night with shattered glass in his trouser cuffs.
QUIP OF THE WEEK belongs to Maurice Unger of Three Sis-
ters," he says, "marked down from four."
EVENTS:
John Van Druten's "The Druid Circle" unveils its formal pre-
miere at the Ring Theatre Monday evening, January 14th.
Dinner Key spotlights the Vagabonds at the dance and enti I
tainment sponsored by the Miami Beach Employees' Bencvulrnt
Ass n Saturday, January 26th. Proceeds go to Variety Children's
Hospital.
Marking its 18th year of lectures and discussions, the Spinoza
Forum heads into an interesting January curriculum with Dr.
Joseph R. Narot analyzing "Jewish Characters in Recent Books".
. Dr. Donald Michelson presenting "A History of Jewish Im-
migration into the United States" Edward Clarke on January
nth and Symon Gould making a special evening appearance.
Me s associate editor of the American Vegetarian.
All lectures are staged on Saturday afternooi s at 3 The "silent"
Dr. Abraham Wolfson will unseal himself only on the first S iturdav
(: each month, and retreat into his vow the rest of the I
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Kirschbaum Wed To
Edclman Al Roncy
Miss Marilyn Kirshbaum was
wed to Phiiip Edelman last Sun-
day i fti on in the Ocean
Loung. : the Roney Plaza Ho
tel, Miami Beach Rabbi Leoi
'' '
n bride is the daughter of
Mi and Mrs Irving Kirshb
Deal, Few Jersey. White chan-
tilly lace and nylon tulle wen
combined in the gown she wore
over satin. Lace bow knots em-
broidered with seed pearls, were
appliqued to her not yoke. Lace
also fashioned the fitted
shoulder bodice, while long point-
ed sleeves and a three-layei tulle
FRIDAY,
JANUARY]




Mrs. Philip Edelman
ON THE BEAT:
Lovely Janice Greenfield is now knee-deep in the advertising
lured DaveABar^'.roVi;hadC *"& V NUPLS of his cousins
fw j u? r^.,of lhe. Juvenl1* shop to Atlanta, accompanied
ZAsztgottxbr,desmaid-Dave'in ,urn-is a,sa sa
revival ^^
tapped for rollickmg ballads is Pinkv. the advertisina S Hit
h^uckster-hunks rightfully belong l^iU^SlV&r
HOTEL ROW:
ed SffOSSlSS SoSdTaforE1^AvlS P*
prizes, at the Robert Richter. Perfect rteo to mMI Pi Su?* M
Morris Lansburgh's hospitality gesture- he flew to upon the train and ride the rest of the i ,\. 3 bL"ne l0 hoP
... All the ladies arrivedI wearirg orchid? 'h *'* h,el gU8StS
i-ss ssts %%ss airtusa
they've been, to date, with other properties hoUsokeePers than
what's left over is supposed to follow It w,f,u,HPafrt f you in' ,hen
THE MAIL BAG:
There's nothing quite like the US Mail fcw i. ,
edness. On Saturday, in a Gettleman's F,,r "f frank u*pect-
$25 check addressed to HadassahanH,K enveloPC received a
Mrs. Morris Alpert. A day fater M^cfif P"*umably for
claim it Now this morning a squad of "&" CaAne, ln' to re-
bouffant skirt swept into a semi-
formal tram. Her headpiece
a matching lace cloche, pearl em-
broidered and with two tiers of
silk illusion veil.
Miss jnyce Kirshbaum was her
sistei s maid of honor. Matron
Of honor was Mrs. Eugene Edi I
man. Dr. Edelman was best man.
Sen g as ushers were Hi | n
sentative Volie A. Williams. Jr.,
County: Assistant At-
torm y General Charles T. Hen-
derson. -Tallahassee; Mai Eng-
ender, Miami Beach; Jerome
Pine, Detroit: David Chaplin and
Dr. Morton Terry.
The groom, a Miami Beach at-
torney, is the son of Mr. and Mrs
Meyer Edelman. 611 West 51st
?ect' ,A dinner and reception
followed in the hotel dining room
After a honeymoon trip to Ja-
maica, Puerto Rico and the Vir-
gin Islands, the couple will at-
tend a party in their honor at
the home of the bride's parents
SLftSi, IT' Wil1 then'return
rind niake their permanent resi-
dence in Miami Beach.
Spirella Corsettiere
Call For Appointment58 7659
740 WASHINGTON AVE.
MIAMI BEACH
GIFTS
ANTIQUES
Mist Brfte Aim Brown
Brown, Berman To
Have June Wedding
The engagement of their daugh-
ter. Bette Ann. to Erwin Louis
Berman. son of Mr. and Mrs. Har-
ry Berman. 8315 Byron Avenue,
Miami Beach, was announced at
a dinner party held in the Presi-
dent Madison Hotel bv Mr. and
Mrs Nat Brown. 1233 10th
Sun t. A cocktail party at the
home of the bride-elect followed
the announcement.
Miss Brown, a native Miamian,
Is ., graduate of Miami Senior
High School nd attended the
University of Miami. She is a
charter member and still active
in the Clara Hirsh Landau Chap-
ter .if B'nai B'nth Young Women.
Mr. Bi rn an attended schools
in Phil.i.l. Ipl k. and the Univer-
sity .1 Miami A veteran of
World War II. he served in the
Engineei Corns of the United
Ai my. He is presently en-
Raged in an i television
sales and servici Mr. Berman
is also a member of Tropical
Lodgi B'nai B'nth.
Till couph plan a late Juno
weddn g.
Livingston, Martin
Wed New Year's Eve
ceri iiunv on New
Year's Eve officiated by Dr. Jos-
eph Narot united in marriage
TUte Livingston, daughter of
Mrs Fannie Moss, Miami. t>, paul
Martin.
Uncle of the bride. Henry
Ghckman, of Bradley Beach New
Jersey, gav the newly wed" Mrs.
Martin away.
M Martin, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob Martin. St. Louis. Mis-
souri, has been in the food pro-
duce business for many years
iPr a .Wn~r f lne Martln Food
(Products Company.
A reception followed the cere-
mony in the home of Mr. and
iq,k *sadore Wiener, 3360 NW
ISu m!TaC.u' Miami The couple
SW SeStreet.reSldenCe at 256
Miss Arlene Paster
Pasternak, Bacfl
Betrothal Annouj
The engagement
daughter, Arlene, has
nounced at a family dinatjl
home of Mr. and Mrs. I
ternak, 8317 Harding j|
Miami Beach.
Herbert 1'. BuchwaM,
groom-elect, is the son of]
Mrs. A. B. Buchwald, of;
2nd Street.
Miss Pasternak atten
University of Miami ..
ently employed in this
Buchwald, a former L_
Miami and University of L
student, is stationed at the]
Training Center. Bail
Maryland. He was a _
Tau Epsilon Phi und raj
Sigma.
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They ai>h to extend spec.al appreciation
.... Mr-Robert Strassbera
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[JANUARY 11. 1952
* Jew 1st tier Mian
rsonally Speaking
,.JU Mrs. William Friedman, of 1037 SW 20th Avenue,
jebrated their 40th wedding anniversary with a recep-
Ving the Friday evening services at the Beth David
* *
^wis, of Dunciaggan Inn, Hendersonville, North Caro-
underwent major surgery at the Saint Francis Hos-
ow at home, 10 South Shore Drive, Miami Beach, re-
*
nd Mrs. Eugene Grossman, New York City, and Burt
furlough from the army, have left Miami after visiting
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Stone, of 4776 SW 2nd
* *
lam Kasow has returned to Miami after visiting his
trey David, who attends the Talmudical Academy of
Iva University in New York. Doris, daughter of Mr.
Kasow, has also returned, following a 10-day visit
Anita Rabis, of West Palm Beach. Miss Kasow is
of the Miami Junior Hadassah.
* *
i and Pauline Moldoff, of 1725 SW 16th Avenue, Miami,
their 42nd wedding anniversary last December 25th.
* *
jffet supper marked the recent wedding anniversary
Dn of Mr. and Mrs. Ellie Berenson, 4520 Alton Road,
each. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Jrs. Sam Fuchs, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Cott, Mr. and Mrs.
ee, Mrs. Bertha Kahn, Mrs. Eva Rothenberg, Mr. and
Jewmark and Mr. Allan Marcus.
* *
spending the holidays at home with his parents, Mr.
Jerome Kimball, Sanford G. Kimball has resumed his
h Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia, where he is en-
the pre-medical school.
* *
nd Mrs. William Steinman, of 420 SW 24th Road,
inounce the recent addition to their family of a son,
Lee. Some 250 people attended the Bris last December
* *
[and Mrs. Ray Berrin, of 5350 SW 1st Street, Miami, an-
Jhe birth of their son, Robert Gene, last December 28th.
i took place at their home on January 6th, with Reverend
Seif officiating. Among those present were Mr. and
tiller Kaye and their children.
* *
I. Stanley Fried, the former Charlotte Blumberg, accom-
Iby her young son, is spending several weeks at the
1 her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nat Blumberg, 1285 SW 19th
The Frieds reside in New Jersey.
Icii. Lantz Betrothal Told
[ui'nient was made last
hi engagement and ap-
marriaee of Miss Clau-
Iden, daughter of Mrs.
fVolodar. 1816 Meridian
.aid the late Frank Wol-
Herman Lanz, of New
[Walden, a well-known
pa. ^acfrjpy seen locally
..aopeartd.-as the lead
laivwrsity-ef, Miami Ring
T-production,' Road To
Ihr attended Temple Uni-
Fin Philadelphia, and is
|tr ofthc American Acad-
urtiatltJ Arts". New York
pi several years she has
kdm and theatre work.
Broadway productions
ppeared in are In Bed
and Ibsen's The Doll
nz. son of Mr. and Mrs.
of Ossining, New York,
laude graduate of Har-
fiversity and taught ac-
3t Brooklyn College. He
member of an account-
in New York City.
Mdmg will take place
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Concert Violinist
and teacher will accept advanced
violin students. Special modern
methods for beginners. Also man-
dolin instruction.
Jasha Kritchevsky, 48-2986
LICENSED HEBREW TEACHER
Searching position, experienced
all methods; also prepare for Bar
Miizvah lessons. Reasonable.
Phone 5-2746
1055 Lenox Avenue
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Telephone 82-4100
Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Langner, of 2283 SW 17th Street, will cele-
brate their 50th wedding anniversary with an Oneg Shabbat fol-
lowing Friday evening services at the Beth David Synagogue on
January 18th. Mr. and Mrs. Langner have been Miami residents
for the past 22 years. They are active in many Jewish organiza-
tions including the Zionist Organization. B'nai B'rith and tha
Home for the Aged. Among those present at the Oneg Shabbat
will be their children, Mrs. Ethel Roihlein. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Langner, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Salmon and Mr. and Mrs. Eli Hur-
witz.
Comedienne Jennie Goldstein acutely aware ot the knowledge
a keen student of international .. ,. .
affairs, pungently notes that this of their P<>wer-and though more
would be a much better world to along the lines of the power of
live in if nations weren't so' knowledge.________ ___
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Single people of all ages who are
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Selected Membership, Profession-
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Strictly Confidential
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[MI. FLORIDA,
FRIDAY. JANUARY llt 1952
SEC. E
Illinium IM T I lulls To
I Convene Today
The 7th District Diversified Co-
I operative Training clubs, com-
1 prised of high school students in
Dade and Monroe Counties, will
hold their annual convention Fri-
day, January 11th, at the Bis-
cayne Terrace Hotel.
The occasion will he a day long
meetirg from 9 a.m., to 4 p.m.
Appioximately 150 DCT student
club members will participate.
Th( re are 49 DCT clubs with ap-
proximately 1.300 students
throughout Florida comprising 3
district!. Eat h district will hold
similar convention meetings on
the -.i.Tc day.
Members of the DCT clubs are
junior pnd senior student- who
are enrolled in the divej sifide co-
operative training program oper-
ating in each senior high
in Dade and Monroe Counties,
they learn a trade or occupation
|by attending school in the morn-
ing and on-the-job training in the
; afternoon.
Comanor Attends
USNA Meeting
In New York
i Albert Comanor, of 2340 SW
13th Street, Miami, executive di-
rector of the Jewish Social Serv-
| ice Bureau, will be a delegate to
the annual meeting of the United
Service for New Americans held
:in the Roosevelt Hotel, New York
. January 19th and 20th.
More than 300 Jewish leaders
from all parts of the country are
expected to attend the week-end
'annual conference of USNA. maj-
or American immigration and re-
settlement agency for Jewish sur-
vivors. They will plan activities
aimed at the rapid integration of
I Jewish DP's and refugees who
will enter the United States this
year and of those already reset-
tled in hundreds of commur.ii. -
The conference will also feature
kvor D Lee Powell of Miami Beach cuts the ribbon dedicating the new State of Israel Bonds
Itional office at 1622 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, while Joseph Cherner, National Chairman
Flotida. and Dr. Morris Goodman. Chairman of the Bond Drive for Greater Miami, look on.
[ft to right are Seymour Liebman. Simon Seiden. Richard Gartner. Cherner. Leon Jacobs. Mayor
well. Dr. Goodman and David Zysman. Associated
>nd Headquarters
>en New Offices
the Jewish capital of the United launched nationally by the Amer-
States. This winter will see a i jcan Financial and Development,
very substantial part of the bond j Corporatjon for Israel which
. issue subscribed to here. j {loated the $500,000,000 Bond is-
,. office* of the btate oi is- | cherner went on t0 say that sue under the leadership of Hen- '
Government Bonds National j "the nrst $100,000,000 have al-| ry Morganthau, Jr., has steadily
idquarters for the winter seas- j rea(jy been sold, and I am con- gained momentum in Southern
in Florida were officially op- vinced that here in Miami -
|d bv local dignitaries last
Inday afternoon.
the new offices, located at 1622
lins Avenue, Miami Beach,
house the concerted Florida
htt-r bond sales drive for the
ft two-and-a-half-months. The
Sioral Headquarters represent
[intensified drive on behalf of
r- State of Israel Bond issue,
iceeds from which are being di-
|ted towards industrial and ag-
ultural expansion of the 3-
kr-old State.
Under the chairmanship of Jos-
I) Cherner, the new Bond Head-
fcrters. it is anticipated, will
|rk Israel Bond Sales in Flor-
,. which so far have reached
kt the one-and-one-half million
Jlar mark in the Southern Flor-
rp region. The offices will be
llv equipped to handle what is
hsidered the most concerted
Itional Israel Bonds Sales cam-
Ign ever to take place in a
Igle city.
pi believe", said Cherner, that
very appropriate for the
_ate of Israel to open winter
ladquarters in Miami Beach. At
time of the year, Miami is
gained momentum in Southern
vmi-tra ui iicjc m mio'i" we | Florida during recent months. |
will set the stage for the com- Mayor D. Lee Powell of Miami
plete success of the $500,000,000 ; Beach and Mayor Chelsie Sener-
Bond Issue." | chia of Miami officiated at the ;
The Bond sales campaign, I opening ceremonies which took
"--------'------------------ i place under the direction of Jos- ,
^ sm__ cl....:_- leph Cherner. Miami and Miami'
Cancer r um showing j Beacn counciimen and civic lead-
The Ladies Auxiliary of the ers were also present.
Jewish Cultural Center, 429 Len-
ox Avenue, Miami Beach, an-
nounces a movie to be shown at
its building on Monday evening,
January 14th, 8:15 p.m.
The film is sponsored by the
American Medical Association's
Cancer Society. ______
Chaplain Claims
Hack Salary
First Lieutenant David Raab.
chaplain at Infantry Headquar-
ters Center, Fort Benning, Geor-
gia, indicated in a letter this week
that the defunct reform Jewish
Congregation, Temple Isaiah,
owes him back salary in the
amount of $3,000.
Chaplain Raab reports that
when he left the Congregation
in August, 1949, he made a set-
tlement with Temple officials and
accepted a $3,000 note to cover
the $5,000 sum really owed him
as a gesture involving "realiza-
tion of their financial circum-
stances." However, Chaplain
Raab concludes, "the Congrega-
tion has been unable to meet this
moral and legal obligation."
a Saturday evening dinner in
memory of Professor Joseph P.
Chamberlain, pioneer resettle-
mert leader. Panel sessions and
a luncheon will be held on Sun-
day.
Walter H. Bieringer. president,
stressed that the uncompleted
phase of the refugee aid pro-
gram of the International Refu-
Igee Organization, which is ceas-
ling operations this month, will be
'assumed by the Professional In-
tergovernmental Committee for
| the Movement of Migrants from
i Europe, recently established in
I Brussels by the United States and
I by 22 other governments.
Gables Monthly Meeting
A regular monthly meeting of
the Coral Gables Jewish Center,
1320 Palermo Avenue, will be held
on Sunday, January 13th, at 8:30
I p.m. A short business session
I will be followed by a card party.
350 Lincoln Road
Suite 302 Phone 5-5419
Entrance on Washington Ave
ocuusrs
PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED
LENSES AND FRAMES
DUPLICATED
LARGE SELECTION IN
LATEST STYLES
Miami Trip
Ayes Rabbi
Dr. Shmaryahu T. Swirsky.
prominent Chicago Rabbi whO"
officiated during the Friday
evening services of Congrega-
tion Beth El last January 4th.
has discovered that his trip to
Miami aged him considerably.
While it was common knowl-
edge to Dr. Swirsky that mem-
bers of the rabbinate fade away
here from excessive responsi-
bilities iMtit offices heap upon
thtm. he did not know that his
37-year-old demeanor would
disintegrate and assume the
guise of e 73-year-old patriarch
within a matter of days as the
Jewish Floridian reported con-
sequent to his arrival.
It is hoped that despite this
frightful metamorphosis, the
extent of which he could hard-
ly be aware. Dr. Swirsky would
have ventured to brave the
dangers of this area in any
cese. Reliable sources indicate
that ha looks upon typography
as the most dangerous of all
art forms. He has also re-
portedly been wondering what
Jewish Floridian editors would
do by way of modifying the
delicate David and Bathsheba
tale.
The State oi Msrael Bond Ensue
Cordially invites You
To Visit
The Newly-Opened
Miami Bcaeh Braneh
of
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OPEN HOUSE
JANUARY 8 TO FRIDAY. JANUARY II
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ORTHODOX JEWISH CONORS-
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FRIDAY, JANUarV jgl
McDonald Honored On Beach; Tolks In Hollywood
Gables Sisterhood Tea
The "c Coral
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ter on Wednesday, jarvll -
1 p.m. J"'^arj ]
Proceeds will bn ^.^
purchase of a pr^S***
Sunday School &
Skop will give a b?" '
A musicnle \a
book
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Former U.S. Ambassador to Israel. James Q. MgMgjjfffi/KaTSlM Prairie Avenue. M,
of honor at a dinner given by Mr and Mrs. Louis OMf ,,rcnherner eenler). Mrs. Glasser
ami Beach. Also shown are Mrs Joseph Cherner >.. an-.Mr t Mf cherner IS an
second from left, is Womens' chairman of the 19S2 Combined jewisn pf-
active leader in the Winter Resident's Division.
The Honorable James G Mc- San Blank lb a
Mc SamB^Mr.-KlMrsL, n> I fJ^
Donald, statesman, aul
authority on international
honor recent-
ly at a dinner given in the
of Mr and Mr=. Samuel Kate
5790 North Bay R..-..:. ''-
Beach. The former Unitt I States
Ambai to Israel a"d pres-
ent chairman it th Advii
Board of the Ameri an Finant siressu -
and Developrr.er.t Corporate r. for Isn I B nd Issui I
Israel addressed pi n inent Mi-
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Ardmore Studios
|e Bar Miizvah of Stephen
fin Kuiback, son of Mr. and
Ben Kuiback. of 1446
lx Avenue. Miami Beach.
j'.ace last Saturday morn-
lhe Miami Beach Jewish
it with Rabbi Irving Lehr-
officiating. A dinner re-
cm for the family followed
Jar Mitzvah ceremonies.
ma\ Fund Council
General Meeting
Jewish National Fund
1 >" Greater Miami will
general meeting on Sun-
aruary 8th, 8 p.m., at the
Beach Jewish Center Re-
School.
)i Moses Mescheloff, chair-
\i the Jewish National Fund,
preside. Rabbi David Sha-
lill be guest speaker. His
|i- scheduled as The Bridge
Ben The United States And
Ardmore Studios
Dennis Steven Bookshester,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Book-
shester. of 1050 Michigan Av-
enue, Miami Beach, became
Bar Miisvah last Saturday in
the Miami Beach Jewish Center
with Rabbi Irving Lehrman of-
ficiating. Dennis is an 8th
grade student at Miami Beach
High School and in the 6H
class of thte Center Religious
School.
Beach Men's Club
Chooses Officers
The South Beach Men's Club,
an organization devoted to bet-
tering community affairs, has
elected David R. Topp as presi-
dent.
Other officers chosen were Hy
j Grossman, vice president: Mor-
|ris Basch, treasurer; Max Schmer-
ier, recording secretary; and Jack
I Lynn, corresponding secretary.
Installation will take place at
Copa City on January 27th.
M
jf the highlights of the homecoming festivities tendered by
liami Beach Jewish Center for the sons and daughters home
college, was the Homecoming Brunch held last Thursday
ning. Shown above are Phyllis Schermer, daughter of Mr.
[Mrs. Sigmund Schermer. Mrs. Jack J. Falk. Sisterhood presi:
Morris Fruchtman, president of the Junior League. Rabbi
|ig Lehrman and Sandra Shuman. Ardmore Btudloa
No Bank
pays higher
d interest
Industrial
SAVINGS BANK
Leonard L Abeis, President
46 W. Flagler St., Opp. Court House
s.,.-*. fttfcftf v> tio.ooo br Mewl MMSjl Wmmm Corp w..h.to". o North Shore Center
Installs Officers At
Religious Services
Newly elected officers and
members of the Board of Direc-
tors of the North Shore Jewish
Center Men's Club will be in-
stalled during the Center's Fri-
day evening services tonight. 8:30
p.m.
Judge Albert Saporstcin will
officially assume his duties as
president of the club. Others to
be installed with him are Dr.
Sumner Cohen, 1st vice presi-
dent; Judge Ted Nelson. 2nd vice
president: Murray Mattis, 3rd
vice president; Paul Press, treas-
urer; Frank Cohen, secretary;
Leonard Zygman, financial sec-
retary; and Irving Laibson, cor-
responding secretary.
Hiller Vacations
At Victor Hotel
On vacation at the Victor Ho-
tel, Miami Beach, is Mr. Leon
Hiller, of Havana, Cuba, leading
figure in the Jewish community
of that city.
It was through Mr. Hiller's ef-
forts that a coordinating organ-
ization for the various Jewish,
civic and social clubs were form-
ed in Havana. According to Mr.
Hiller, Havana now boasts of
many excellent Hebrew schools
in addition to an organization
"whose function is to receive and
care for all refugees who have
come to Cuba during the last
seven or eight years."
Shown mapping final plans for the Women's Patron's Tea at the
home of Mrs. Sam Friedland (left) are Mis. Jack Ablin and Mrs.
Max Oro'vits, Internationally known actress Eva Le Gallienne will
appear on behalf of the 1952 Combined Jewish Appeal, which will
be officially launched in the greater Miami area on Monday. T'r. s
social event is scheduled for Tuesday, January 15th. Chairman
Mrs. Jack Ablin will be assisted by Mrs. Ben Danbaum. M:s.
Samuel Frhedland and Mrs. Max Orovitz.
Broadloom Carpets
In a Jewel-Like Setting
MIAMI RUG CO.
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RABBI ABRAHAM BICK of NEW YORK
WILL SPEAK SUNDAY. JANUARY 131h AT 8:30 P. M.
at the Jewish Cultural Center. 429 Lenox Ave.. Miami Beach
on the topic:
"Remilitarization Of Germany"
This is the most important question of our day
Do not fail to hear Rabbi Bick
1104 Lincoln Road
Ph. 5-3812
Let
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Beautiful Hors D'oeuvres
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Rental el
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Itrtu h Mlranvh
Han Exhibition
The- Beach Branch i: th Great-
Miami Jewish Community
[536 Bav Road, announc-
n Exhibit of Ceramics
S pture Craft by Mrs. Paul
Beck.
Dened on Jan
the lounge of I
Brand and will close on the 13th.
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Obituaries

MRS. V '

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Twenty one Volunteers gradu-
ated as Red Cross Gray Ladies
at a Capping Ceremony hld last
week at Mercy Hospital.
Having reci ived their training
- Gray Ladies, they are now
,erve at the Veteran*
Admin n Hospital, at the
, ks .. M, n 0rial Hospital and
at Mercy Hospital. Their work
will augment the technical serv-
pital life.
Presiding over the Capping
ony was Mrs. Helen Casey,
: S. rvice Croups.
C, Oliver, former Chapter
the introduction.
was given by Dr.
M Cormick, Chapter
man._________________
i daughter, Eva.
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Mr. Aaron S. Lauer
our deepest sympathy
on the loss of
his beloved mother
Mrs. Joseph Lauer
Miami Chapter
Of the
Hebrew Academy Women
Mrs. Belle Rubinstein, Pres.
Daughters oi Israel
wish to extend
their most sincere and
heartfelt sympathy lo
Aaron S. Lauer
on the passing of
Mrs. Joseph Lauer
his beloved mother
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The Officers ar.d DirecloTsTfrtieHebTe^vAcad^rnT
wish to express thjir heartfelt sympathy
and profound sorrow to
Mr. Harry Sirkin
distinguished member of our Board of Directors
and to his children
upon the loss of their beloved wife and mother
their beloved wife and mother
Mrs. Sarah Sirkin
May her sacred and exalted life continue to be
an inspiration to her family and children
May God comfort th., b ereav d a'mongslTe'mourners
oi ^ion ara Jerusalem.
THE HEBREW ACADEMY
Dr. David S. Andron. President
V/e exoress our most heartfelt sympathy
lo our devoted President
Mr. Harry Sirkin
=ne of the founders and organizers of
The Greater Miami Vaad Haksshruth
and to his family
upon the great loss of their beloved wife and mother
Mrs. Sarah Sirkin
May her constructive life continue to serve
as an example to her family and friends
May the family ffad consolation la their good work
'or Torsh. Israel ar.d the Community
THE GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH
Sol Lobel. T^sur/r05615" **"** "-*
Hy Sootin. Secretary
SUCCESSFUL, GRACIOUS U '
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)AY- JANUARY 11. 1952
thians To Buy
[uipment For
lildren's Hospital
Roosevelt Lodge No. 177,
Cjrts Of Pythias, will hold its
foal fund raising benefit for
welfare in the community
Saturday evening. February
|ai the Syrian American Leb-
' Club.
k, Variety Children"s Hospital
I be the recipient of proceeds
iyear from the sale of tickets
the Lodge dance. Roosevelt
ibers will use all funds rais-
,-i purchase of equipment
donated to the hospital in
Lodge's name.
+Jewl$li HorMian
PAUL 5 If
Tree Purchase Honors
Max Engelberg
The Jewish National Council
of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, rec-
ently purchased 1,500 trees in
Israel in honor of Max Engelberg.
The purchase was made in rec-
ognition of Engelberg's activity
in Zionist affairs and was an-
nounced at a dinner held to com-
memorate the event. Engelberg
is the son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs.
David E. Parnes, 2001 SW 19th
Street. Miami.
mberg Unveiling
be dedication of a monument
memory of the late Robert
formerly of 3231 SW
T<: i ace, will take place Sun-
(January 13th. at 2:30 at Mt.
Cemetery with Rabbi Jos-
R. Narot officiating. Mr.
uberg is survived by his wife,
lie; two sons, Norton, of Mi-
and Bernard, of Harrisburg,
three daughters, Frances
tr.s, Miriam Katzen and Ruth
j; also one brother, Joseph,
Lancaster, Pa. Arrangements
charge of Palmer's Miami
lument Company. Friends
relatives are asked to attend.
cula Unveiling
be dedication of a monument
he memory of the late Abra-
Pakula, formerly of 651 Jef-
Dn Avenue, will take place
jay. January 13th, at Mt.
Memorial Park Cemetery
p.m.. with Rabbi Joseph E.
kovsky officiating. Mr. Pak-
; survived by his wife, Betty;
sons. Max and Morris; a
^hter. Mrs. Thelma Toog. Mr.
la was a member of Work-
s's Circle Branch 692, of Mi-
Beach. Arrangements are in
Ige of Palmer's Miami Monu-
f\ Company. Friends and rel-
asked to attend.
Brandeis Installation
A double installation of the
Louis D. Brandeis Lodge and the
Louis D. Brandeis Auxiliary No.
199, Free Sons of Israel, will be
held on January 13th, at the
Colony Restaurant.
Mrs. Jack Levine, outgoing
president of the Ladies' Auxil-
iary, will present a check to Hen-
ry Cone for Cerebray Palsy. Miss
Edna Finberg and Sol Edwards
will then be installed as new
presidents.
rke Unveiling
io dedication ofa monument
jte memory of the late Milton
[Burke, formerly of 903 SW
Court, will take place Sun-
Januarv 13th, at 1 p.m., at
Sinai Memorial Park Came-
ra with Rabbi Max Shapiro
Mating. Mr. Burke is surviv-
by his wife, Betty; a daughter,
Lihby Beryl Burke and a
er, Meyer Burke, of Wash-
on. D.C. Mr. Burke was a
fiber of the Jewish National
rkers Alliance. Palmer's Mi-
Monument Company is in
|ge of arrangements; friends
relatives are asked to be
lent.
keer Women Plan
fkup Shipping Service
re Council of Pioneer Women
ounces that it now has a pick-
bnd depot service fot the col-
Iton of new and used clothing
I household articles for ship-
rt to Israel.
rs. Vera Zeltzer, chairman of
service, states that all the
ning and household articles
pcted will be used for the new
Valsjn Israel.
liarai and Miami Beach's
Finest and Largest
Jewish Funeral Home
Levine Irving Blasberg
H Bennett Funeral Director
Dr. Narot Addresses
Beach Spinoza Forum
Dr. Joseph R. Narot, spiritual
leader of Temple Israel, Miami,
will be the guest speaker at the
Spinoza Outdoor Forum, 11th
Street and Ocean Court, Miami
Beach, tomorrow afternoon, 3
p.m.
Dr. Narot will speak on Jewish
Characters In Four Recent Books.
Dr. Abraham Wolfson will pre-
side.
A check for $11,489.79, left to the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion in the Will of Mrs. Clara Schonhaut. of Miami Beach, is pre-
sented to Dan B. Ruskin. Federation president, by Irving H. Prop-
per. attorney for the Schonhaut estate. The presentation was
made by attorney Propper at the recent full meeting of the Feder-
ation's Board of Governors. The gift will be directed to the United
Jewish Appeal according to the provisions of the Will which left
the bulk of Mrs. Schonhaut's estate to charity.
Dov Chapter Hears
Rabbi Mescheloff
The Dov Chapter, Mizrachi
Women, will hold its next meet-
ing on Wednesday afternoon, Jan-
uary 16th, 1 p.m., at the Beth El
Congregation, Mrs. Rose Pertes,
president, announced.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will
be guest speaker. Plans will also
be formulated for the Rachel Sak-
owitz Supper Party to be held
January 20th,
auditorium.
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SATURDAY. JANUARY 12th. 8:30 p.m.
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SPEAKER BERYL MORRISON
TOPIC:"The Spiritual Decline In Our Life"
Open Discussion Follows
MEMORIAL CHAPEL
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AMBULANCE
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To the Citizens of MIAMI BEACH:
REGISTER NOW AND VOTE FOR
The FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY FRANCHISE
We agree with Miami Beach Councilmen D. Lee Powell, Wm. Burbridge,
Harold Turk, Melvin J. Richard, Bernard A. Frank and Marcie Liberman
who voted to adopt a new Florida Power & Light Company franchise or-
dinance to replace the present 30-year franchise, and submit it to a vote
of the people.
However, for the City to secure its benefits, the Council's action must be
approved by the Citizens of Miami Beach in a special election January 22.
Several hundred Miami Beach citizens have joined in forming the "Citizens
Committee FOR the Electric Franchise" to acguaint voters with its bene-
fits. We are convinced it is a sound business proposition.
It protects the City's interest because it is NON-EXCLUSIVE ... The City
can grant another franchise to anyone, at any time, who can offer better
service or cheaper rates. More than 50 Florida cities already have adopt-
ed similar franchises and are glad they did.
We urge you to register and vote. You must be registered for Miami Beach
City elections Dade County registration is not enough.
YOU CAN REGISTER THROUGH JANUARY 12
BOOKS ARE OPEN AT CITY HALL, MIAMI BEACH
CITIZENS COMMITTEE
FOR THE ELECTRIC FRANCHISE
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
MAX OROVITZ
BARON de HIRSCH MEYER
Co-Chairmen
SAM BLANK
SHEPARD BROAD
C. W. CHASE. JR. WILLIAM S. ELLIOTT
LEO EISENSTEIN MRS. PHILIP R. MALLORY
MRS. ROSE WEISS. Secretary Telephone 58-2531


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UbifteuH Lodge
tHiall* 0tfirerH
It recent meeting. Hibiscus
IL No. 275, F & A M. installed
TLn who will serve during
fvear 1952- Insta,,ation cere'
Lies took place at the new
[iscus Masonic Temple, 955 Al-
istaUing officer was Right
Ishipfu) De Carr F. Hosford,
Tuty Grand Master of the 28th
Ai-'l ii.' >!'< Stuilins
Dr. Herman Mechlowitz
inic District. Worshipful
i r Ben Essen, Past Grand
] ol Hibiscus Lodge, acted
[ Marshall. Members of
Hibiscus De Molay Chapter
i ushers.
)l.i,r:- who will serve for the
1952 are Worshipful Master,
nan R. Mechlowitz; Senior
irdt n. Sidney Teller; Junior
Herbert Gutman: Treas-
Ji Nathaniel G. Hirsch: Secre-
l\ Henry M. Waitzkin; Chaplin
itus, Paul Greene; Chaplain,
nond E. Feiner; Senior Dea-
r Malvin Englander; Junior
\ i, Albert M. Lehrman: Sen-
J Steward, Sam Shapiro: Junior
l !. Joel Newman; Honor-
\ Marshall, Maurice College-
fai: Marshall, Walter Falk; Til-
lEmeritUS, Sol Goldstein; Tiler,
>x Platau; Assistant Tiler. Nor-
Greenberg; and Organist,
lu! Nash.
>bin Named As
landidate To US
(ilitary Academy
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^ek by Rep. William Lantaff
the Fourth Floiida District
il Michael M. Tobin. 5231 North
Road, Miami Beach, is one
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in a list of candidates to the
ted States Military and Naval
.ieniies.
in is the spn of Mr. and
Charles S. Tobin. He is a
luate of Miami Beach High
i'il. Now in attendance at
University of Miami Law
"1. he received an Associate
- degree at the University of
M'da. Tobin is also a member
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^t.onal Forensic League, and
National Thespian Society.
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FRIDAY, JANUARY U,
Rabbis Have Late Service^
Hcbbi Ever Views Fear And
Fcith At Ahavas Israel
i [sag Ever will conduct
venintj se I the
Israel Synagogue. 7135
Bvron Avenue, Mil mi B> a
5 p.m. A K ilat Sabbath
Bt 5:30.
lay moi nin
..!. I for 9 a.m., with Rabbi
ing the topic:
Faitl At 4 | m., I
induct .. the Bible.
ha will be at 5 p.m.. with
S udos following spot
H
Philip Ehrenkranz Becomes
Bar Mitzvah At Beth David
Friday evening services
a: the Beth David Congregation.
2625 SW 3rd Avenue, will be
lucted at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi
Max Shapiro and Cantor Maurice
Mamches will officiate assisted
the Congregation Choir.
Topic of Rabbi Shapiro's ser-
mon will be The True Story, and
will deal with Prime Minister
David Ben-Gurion's recent re-
marks concerning American Zi-
onist leadership.
Following the services, a re-
ception will be held during which
c-.r. Eternal Light program con-
ducted by Dave Rabinowitz and
Murray Baum is scheduled to be
presented.
Floral offerings will be spon-
sored by Mr. and Mrs. William
Be.-son in memory of Mrs. Ber-
son's mother. Mrs. Rose Melison.
Saturday morning services are
scheduled for 9 a.m.. during
which Philip, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry J. Ehrenkranz, will
become Bar Mitzvah.
Gemorrah Class Follows
Beth Tfilah Religious Service
Fi
regal
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held a! 5:15 i. m A I i
eduled 1
8:30 :
Sal
be at !:
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: Amerii an V" itl At i
the Rabbi will
'4:30
by S
Dail
and at 5:15 p
Shimele Berger To Chant
Service At Beth Jacob
R | M..... M "]
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w ivenue, mi
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r Shimele Be
Saturday
am. M
ill be at 5:1
-
Mclver Report Aired In
; Sermon At Coral Gables
The Coral Gabli s J<
ter. 320 Palermo Avenue, will
hold Friday evening
8:15 p.m.
Rabbi M Skop will dis-
cuss Jews In World Ni *'S. He
will consider recent statements
concerning the Mclvei Report
Imade bv Rabbi F. Isserman, St.
: Louis, and Rabbi L. Mesch. Bir-
imingham. An Oneg Shabbat.
|sponsored by Mr. and Mrs Sam-
uel B. Meyers in honor of
wedding anniversary, will fol-
low.
Saturdav morning services are
; scheduled for 9:45 a.m. with
'children participating. Arthur,
'son of Mr. and Mrs Eugene Alex-
ander, will become Bar Mitzvah
at that time. Torah Study ol the
life of Joseph and Kidiiu-h will
follow in Schulefand Hall.
Beth El Service Celebrates
Bcr Mitzvah Of Alan Lynn
Fridav evening services at the
negation Beth El. 500 SW
17th Avenue. Miami, will be held
at 5:30 p.m. A late service will
; :-,n.
Saturday morning services ar"
scheduled for 8:30 a.m. Alar
of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lynn, will
me Bar Mitzvah during the
sei vice.
Mincha is scheduled for 5 p.m.,
with Shalos Seudos following.
Downtown Synagogue
Friday ever, ing -
Downtown Synagogue. 135 NW
3rd Avenue. M hi dul-
ed for 5 p.m.
Saturday morninf will
be conducted at 8:30 air Mincha
is scheduled for 5 p.m., folli
by Shalos Seudos and M
Rabbi Gross Leads Service At
Academy; Has Oneg Shabbat
r es at the
Stree
l Beach, will
Alexander Gi
5:30 i
Sat ; morning services are
'i m. An Oneg
Shabbat for children, including
storv-telling, sinsmii and danc
ing,' will be held at 3:30 p.m..
under the sponsorship ol Mr. and
Mrs Harold Schecter. Mil
will be at 5:15 p.m.. with Shalos
'Seudos following.
Daily services are 7:30 a.m..
'and at 5:30 p.m. Sunday morn-
ing services are at 8 a.m.
Hialeah-Miami Springs Center
The Hialcah Miami Springs
Jewish Community Center, 951
'East 4th Avenue, will hold Fri-
dav evening services at 8:15 p.m.
An Onec Shabbat will follow.
Max wecker and Abe Fraidlin
will chant. Nate Becker, presi-
" if the Center, will had the
ice.
Zamora Jewish Center
The Zamora Jewish Center. 44
Zamora Avenue, Coral Gables,
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:15 p.m.. with Reverend
Rudolf E. Brill conducting. An
Oneg Shabbat sponsored by Mr.
and Mrs. Al Wyner and Mrs. F.
Feigelman will follow.
Saturday morning services are
scheduled to start at 9 a.m. Min-
cha will be at 5 p.m.. with Shalos
Seudos concluding the Sabbath.
Israelite Center Inaugurates
Late Friday Religious Service
Early Friday evi i mi: s<
at the Israeliti Center, 31!'.-. SW
24th Terraci. will be held at 5
p.m.. with Rabbi Abraham S
officiating.
The Center will inaugurate its
late Friday evening series to-
night, at 8:15 p.m.. With Hy Mor-
ris officiating. Ben Katz will be
cantor. Late services will be in
j English and Hebrew. The Oneg
Shabbat following, will be spon-
sored by Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Weinberg.
Saturday morning services are
'scheduled for 9 a.m.. with Rabbi
: Sachs officiating. Mincha will be
I at 5 p.m., followed bv Shalos
Seudos.
Hollywood Jewish
Community Center
T e II ill) svi i M Jew ish Com-
munity Center, 2030 Pi Ik Stn 11,
will be led in Fri lay vening
at 8:30 p.m.. v, :'
H ffici .mn.
Saturdi n I Junior
Coni ervici v .'-1 11 at
9:30 a.m. Daily ri con-
ducted at 9 a'
Flagler-Granada Jewish Center
T: e Fl nada Jewish
Community Center. 50 NW 51st
Place. Miami, will conduct Fri-
dav evening services at 8:15 p.m.,
with Reverend Leo Heim offici-
ating. Saturdav morning servic-
es are scheduled for 9 a.m. Daily
servici s are at 7:30 a.m.
North Dade Jewish Center
The North Dade Jewish Center.
13U30 West Dixie Highway, will
hold late Friday evening services
at 8:15 p.m. An On<^ Shabbat
will follow.
Rabbi Cassel Resumes Series
On Mental Health And Judaism
Kneseth Israel Congregation,
1415 Euclid Avenue. Miami
. v..ll conduct an early Fri-
day evening sei |:Id p.m..
al 8:30 p.m.
v, l will re-
ecturei on Mental
, [n and Judaism during the
e Hi- topic is sehed-
H To Control Mental
ssions. C intor Abi
lucl the congrega-
: .n..l sin
Satu vlcea wl"
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Rnbbi Lehrman Discusses
Martin Buber And Lost Life
Du late Fridi j i ven-
ing : mi., of the Mi
Center, 1701
v, Avenue, Rabbi Irv-
. will preach on the
. ect: Maitm BuberSymbol
\ I ost Way Of Life.
Cantor David Silverman will
chai i the service assisted by 'he
l inder the direction
o| Robert Strassburg.
Saturdav morning services are
scheduled for 9 am., with the
Rabbi discussing the Weekly Por-
tion. An afternoon Bible class
will be held at 4 p.m.. followed
by Shalos Seudos. Daily Services
are al 8 a.m.. and at 5:30 p.m..
in the Center Chapel.
, Larry Miller Bar Mitzvah
At Miami Hebrew School
Sanctity Of The Individual, will
be the topic of Rabbi Simon Ap-
ril's sermon during Fridav even-
ing services, 8:30 p.m., of the
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
ition, 1101 SW 12th Avenue.
\ vice is also sched-
uled foi 5.30 p.m.
Larry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Miller, will become Bar Mitzvah
S ay morning ser-
vice 8:30 a.m. Tl e Bai Mitzvah
will address the congregation,
with Ra i April responding,
A Mishna class is scheduled for
4 15 p.m Mincha will be at 5:30.
with Shaloi Seud M ai It
D are at
17:30 a.ii and at 5:15 p.m.
Rabbi Kronish Airs
Democracy At Beth Sholom
Friday evening services at
Sholom, Chase Av-
enue and 4lst street, will be con-
ducted by Rabbi Leon Kronish
at 815 p.m. Organ prelud)
8 p.m., will precede the service.
Topic of the Rabbi's sermon
Iis schedule.i as: Democracy, Dv-
jnamite And Death Cantor Sam-
uel Kelemer will render all mus-
ic.1 p irtioii- ..! t.'.e so: vice.
G .iv. son of Mr. and Mrs. Irv-
ing Hillman, will become Bar
Mitzvah during the Saturdav
service, 10:45 a.m.
North
ens Ave
Service Highlights Iru^T? i
, At North Shore Jew^Nl
Love Thy Neighbor wil, i**!
topic of Rabbi Mavc, iK "*
w.tz's sermon during the. p ^
evening service, 8:30 Dm ty
Shore Jew,,,, cS|fc /enue and 75th Street *H
The service will ha aoA
to the installation 0, Z^K
elected officers and membmS
- I Board of I)i,v,, 5J
Men's Club. of H
An Oneg Shabbat will I ,
Dr. Narot Discusses Conflict
Between Zionists, Israelites"
The Recent Co: flici B* t\v,i
American And Israeli Zi.mJI
Leaders, will be the subject J
Dr. Narot's sermon dur J
Friday evening sen
' I
.rvice. 8:15 pnJ
lemple Israel, 137 \r \$&
Street, Miami.
The sermon will be based
the statement madi by the k
raeli Prime Minister. David Ba.1
Gurion, charging that America!
Zionist leaders "are bankrupt^!
During the Saturdav rr.orniatl
'service. Dr. Narot will continjl
, his discussion of the religiou.1
literary and historical deveU.1
ment of the Bible.
Dr. Kaplan To Be Speaker
At Tiiereth Israel Center
Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan, Rabid
Emeritus of Temple Israel,
deliver a guest sermon duri_,
the Friday evening services 31
Tifereth Israel Northside Center,!
6500 N. Miami Avenue, at 8:151
p.m. Reverend George Goldberjl
will officiate. Topic of the sff-l
mon will be: A Royal Questioi|
And A Sublime Answer.
Saturday morning services arel
scheduled for 9 a.m., with Reverj
end Goldberg discussing the Per-1
tion of the Week.
Teitlers Sponsor Oneg Shabbatl
At West Miami Jewish Cental
Early Fridav evenirg servical
at the West Miami Jewish Center,!
5720 SW 17th Street, will t|
conducted at 5:15 p.m. Rabbi A I
fred Waxman will conduct tbe|
late service at 8:30 p.m.
Topic of Rabbi Waxman's SO-I
mon will be: Jacob's Blessing!
Let Us Count Them An Onejl
Shabbat will follow under tbej
sponsorship of Mr. and Mrs. Jes|
Teitler.
Saturday morning services anl
scheduled for 8:30 a.m. Ratal
Waxman will discuss the WeeH(
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{Consumptive Relief
Ic.roup Plans Future
Fund Raising Affairs
The regular meeting of the
Greater Miami Auxiliary of the
Jewish Consumptives' Relief So-
Kj! tv u-ill be held on Monday ev-
tning. January 14th, 8:30 p.m., at
I. Shi'lborne Hotel, Miami
Beach, with Mrs. Morris Golus-
Kin. presiding.
[ Final plans for the Annual Tag
|])-,v to be held at Miami Beach
tm January 26th, will be discuss-
Volunteer workers from the
Auxiliary will be assigned their
tuitions by Mrs. Maury Poncher
Euul Mrs. Jack Gordon, chairmen
f.t the event. Donr plans will
| be discussed by Mrs. Jerry
'oncher, chairman, and Mrs.
L mard Weiss, co-chairman, for
I /ent to be held in March.
fUrs. Maury Poncher is Journal
I, nan and Mrs. David Ben-
llell, donor treasurer.
Tubercular patients confined in
It non-sectarian Sanitorium in
Spivak, Colorado, and the tuber-
cular wards of the local hospitals
Rvill benefit from the proceeds of
|i two-fund raising events.
+Jenistrk>rldnan
PAGE 9 B
[Severs Affiliation
Rabbi Marvin L. Zelkowitz, of
I; \W 2nd Street, Miami, has
Ennouneed that he is no longer
KffUiated with the Downtown
1^ [Ogue, 135 NW 3rd Avenue.
Child Cantor Shimele Berger
will conduct Sabbath services
at the Beth Jacob Synagogue
tonight and tomorrow morning.
January 11th and 12th. Shi-
mele is a child prodigy discov-
ered in Israel where he sang
with leading choirs. He will
also appear at a concert on
| Sunday evening. 8 p.m., at Beth
Jacob. Shimele is a protege of
Henty Spector.
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Products at your
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Distributed by
LEVINSON
FOOD SPECIALTIES CO.
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MIAMI
Phone 3-7791
Sokolow Speak*
To Zionist Group
Arthur B. Sokolow will address
the Zionist Luncheon Club on
Wednesday, January 16th, 1215
P-m.-: at Hie R'tz Plaza Hotel, 1701
Collins Avenue. His topic will be
Israel Dollars And Sense.
Sokolow, a former Miamian on
temporary leave from Israel to
the United States, is employed
by the Palestine Economic Cor-
poration as a public relations
man. Alter serving four yean
as an Infantry officer with the
American Armed Forces in the
Pacific Theatre, he joined the Is-
raeli Army in 1948, and served
as an Infantry captain until the
Fall of 1949, when he resumed
his duties with the Palestine
Economic Corporation.
lAiri'u Miller To
lie liar Mitzrah
Larry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Miller, 1600 SW 11th Street, will
become Bar Mitzvah tomorrow
morning during the Sabbath ser-
vices of the Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation.
The Bar Mitzvah, a student at
Shenandoali Junior High School,
will address the congregation.
Rabbi Simon April will officiate.
A Kiddush will follow in the
synagogue following the servic-
es.
. A reception will also be held
in the Bar Mitzvah's honor to-
morrow evening, 8 p.m., at the
synagogue.
Optimist* Have
Tennis Cllnte
The Miami Beach Optimist
Club will hold its second annual
Tennis Clinic tomorrow morn-
ing, 10 a.m., in Flamingo Park.
Bill Rice, instructor, will offer
10 weeks of free lessons to boys
from 8 to 12 years of age. Doug
Raff heads the Tennis Club Com-
mittee.
Ferruccio Tagliavini will ap-
pear in the Opera Guild's pro-
duction of Jules Massenet's
Manon on January 14lh, at the
Miami Beach Auditorium. Per-
forming the tenor role of the
Chevalier Desgrieux, Taglia-
vini will be assisted by Ann
Bollinger and Martial Singher.
The production is under the
direction of Arturo di Fillipi.
University Has
Studio Nights
The Art Gallery of the Univer-
sity of Miami yesterday announc-
ed the completion of plans for
Studio Nights.
Scheduled to meet the growing
demand of both professional and
amateur artists. Studio Nights
will offer the community an op-
portunity to draw from real life.
One of the main-rooms in the
Lowe Gallery on main campus
will be converted every Friday
evening from 7 to 9:30 p.m.. into
a drawing and painting studio.
No art instructor will be pres-
ent to disturb painting projects.
Gallery Director Allan McNab
said, "Our Studio Nights are re-
j signed to keep professional and
amateur artists in practice at
moderate tees. There are so many
professionals and amateurs for
whom the hiring of models and
the equipping of an adequate
studio is a financial impossibility.
1 AlLthcy will have to do on Stud-
I io Nights is to come to the Gal-
] lery and bring their papers or
canvas, pencils or brushes."
The first Studio Night program
in the new Lowe Gallery will be
held on Friday evening, Febru-
ary 15th.
Builders of Immortal
Memorials for the
jvort O rosso
Jewish Trade
Represented by Simon Beldei
Look jor the 2-Story White
Building
Thurmond Monument Co.
MARKERS $35.00 PLUS
CEMETERY CHARGES
Open Sundays Phone 4-3249

|&t4^on your table
Claessens Views Issues
In Presidential Campaign
August Claessens. prominent
New York Social Democrat, will
speak on The Issues In The Com-
ing Presidential Campaign to-
night, 8 p.m., in the Workmen's
Circle Labor Lycium, 25 Wash-
ington Avenue.
Claessens is a former New York
State Assemblyman. He was also
an instructor at the Rand School
of Social Science and Rutgers
University.
MANISCHEWITZ
M$\
so
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CHICKEN
SOUP
clear
ith
matzo balls rice
Icreplach noodles
BY THE BAKERS OF WORLD-FAMOUS MANISCHEWITZ MATXO
PAN AMERICAN BANK
of MIAMI
OFFICERS
P. J. SERRAJLLES
(;..,i .:m.ui of th- Board
THEODORE A. DAVIS, JR.
EDUARDO MORALES
First Vice President
J. M. GARCIA
Vice President
W. C. PAYNE
Vice President and Cashier
E. A. GERARD
Vice President
G. D. FAHRNER
Vice President
W. E. BOYD
Assistant Vice President
C. H. McINTIRE
Assistant Caahler and Auditor
J. L. HALL
Assistant Cashier
FRANCES P. LYONS
Assistant Cashier
W. R. CONWAY
Assistant Caahler
MARY L. PUTNAL
Assistant Cash lei
DIRECTORS
P. J. SERRALLES
Chairman ( the Board
J. L. CABASSA
First Vice Chairman
GUILLERMO CABRERA
Second Vice Chairman
THEODORE A. DAVIS. JR.
President of Bank
A. J. HARRIS
i':. (Ml in. HMwM MorttMe Co.
CECIL P. HOLLAND
i Meat, AU-.Mi.in.i Motors, Inc.
KENNETH S. KEYES
Pn ald> i t. The Keyes C< mpany
SHELBY P. LANGSTON
i ., t. i-mgston Co inc.
Insurance
WILLIAM LIEBOW
Hotels ai .1 i- In i
EDUARDO MORALES
r. via i .....Bank
J. A. ROIG
lent, Fcllsni.ro BuffSl T.iducers
Association
G. H. SALLEY
Hunt. galley ft Roman,
Counsel for Bank
M. M. WEISS
President, Tooley-Myrcn Btudloa
Pan American Bank Building
117 N. E. First Avenue, Miami, Fla.
Statement oi Condition
AS OF DECEMBER 31, 1951
RESOURCES
Cash ................................................................................IS 5,605,443.80
Government Bonds...................................................... 7,190,097.64
State, County and Municipal Bonds........................ 3,555.022.25
Federal Reserve Bank Stock...................................... 34,053.00
Obligations Fully Guaranteed By U. S.
Government .......................................................... 1,322,993.92
Loans and Discounts Fully Secured........................ 5.387,195.58
--------------------S23.094.803.19
Business and Other Loans.......................................... 1,782,936.41
Customers' LiabilityLetters of Credit.................... 234.721.38
Real Estate Owned
(For Fulure Bank Premises)................................ 399,128.66
Accruals and Other Assets........................................ 374,319.17
TOTAL RESOURCES............................................ S25.885.908.81
LIABILITIES
DEPOSITS .................................................................... $24,211,911.24
Accruals ........................................................................ 89,798.67
Letters of Credit............................................................ 234,721.38
Capital (Common Stock)...............................................S 750,000.00
Surplus, Undivided Profits and Reserves................. 599,477.52 1.349,477.52
m* ------------
TOTAL LIABILITIES .......................................... $25,885,908.81
Serving the Greater Miami Area
Connections Throughout Latin America
Founded December 1. 1945
COMPLETE BANKING FACILITIES
Commercial Loans crcial Banking
Safe Deposit Vaults
Special Checking Accounts Foreign Department
Collection Department
Personal Loan Department Savings Accounts
Escrow Department
Member
Federal Reserve
System
Member
Federal Deposit
Insurance Corporation



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FRIDAY, JANUARY n
13521
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Symphony January 20th And 21st
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fam as rtisl
{ourteent '
Unite I States iir lirection
: Im| sari S Hut
nc : the greati si p rusts
ill :.:. Rubins
with th Universitj I -
Symph ny Oi st i I
tion of J hn Bitter Sun-
jay, Janus ry 2 ai t
I on Mon-
day, January 21sl at I
C unt> Au lit
The f r si
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lays
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shocked by 1 rutalit
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as kept 1 1 for 34
years
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5. me time ag to a
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local sj
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GORDON ROOFING AND !
SHEET METAL WORKS
Have you. .-ef -t: -ao now; yaw
w'H iivi on new rocf later
'Sit ataetery Wo'*
Epa Of-coa Men1
ty
fMONl 4 SIK
Lincoln Manor ]\ffD C'atorors
2 LINCOLN ROAD ON THE OCEAN
Highest Quality Catering at Lewes! Possible Prices
Private Air-Ccnditicned Banquet Rooms for 25 tc 600
Weddings Bcr-Mitzvahs
Bullets Garden Parties
At Lincoln Manor. Your Home or Hotel
Air-Ccr.ditioned Wedding Chapel
Free Parking en Prerr.-.ses
Phcne 58-5669
TRITON HOTEL DINING ROOM
2729 COLLINS AVE. M. B.
Phone for Reservations5-6651 5-4907
.-...- Conditi Erwin and Louis* Frishnet
GRADE
"A"
PRODUCTS
iS^m
MILK CREAM ICE <;REAM
SERVING
GREATER
MIAMI
CHILDREN WEED
Homogenized Vitamin "D" Milk
PHONE 5-5537
Cver six hundred people attend*
Coort 1 th. Coral GatiiJJjJJ
Robinson, Rabbi Morns A. Skop
shown participating in the light.
d the Second Annual Chanuka ceremony on the front patio out.
Center Left to rinht. Commissioner Keith Phillips. Cantor \naa
Mrs Dave Hendriks and Mayor Dave Hendriks of Coral Gib*
,q of the eight-foot Electric Manor ah.________
Dr. Joseph Kamiretsky, dir-
rector of the Department of
Education of Tcrah Umesorah.
will be guest speaker at the
l be held at Congregation Beth
Jacob tonight, 8:30 p.m. Ratbi
Moses Mesch'aloff will intro-
duce Dr. Kaminetsky. whose
subject will be: Trends In
American Jewish Education.
ng
llVarli Physician
lotus ExanrfMM
A practicing physician in the
,;:, ati Mi 1 area for 15 years,
Dr. Irving Alberts, physician for
ol Miami Beach, was ap-
pointed I the Florida State
lical Examiners this
week.
A Major with glider and para-
infantry regiments during ;
. War II. Dr. Alberts is pres-
entiv er ol the Jackson
nd the Mercy ;
He also holds
memb" 1 | in the Elks Lodge,
n Legion, Veterans
F reign Wars and B'nai B'rith.
appointment to the
live last January 1st.
will bi f< a period of 4 years.
He is tl Mr. ..nd Mrs.
J" . Brooklyn, New York.
Sacramental .VV&tt '
JneTuBed. -
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"Jew i-sti I 01 (tin
On The Air"
Station: WFEC (1220 on dial)
Sundays 11-12 AM.
Station: WTTT (1490 on dial)
Thursdays 9 10 P.M.
Directed and Announced by
Strath-
Haven)
/ HOTEL
Natkaa Giaakan Wanaamaal I
The Flaesl Kosher C.i-
iiai d Service ttr the |
Entire Family
MOOEIATE MICES
LEMHAMIN
CATCRINS TO BANQUETS.
WttDINCS. PARTIES AND I
ALL SOCIAL FUNCTIONS.
411 OCEAN DRIVE
Miaul Brack Pkaot 5-4691
RrMrratlaai Plf
strath
HAVEN'
"Air Conditioned For Your Omfort"
Mendelsohn's. Inc.
STRICTLY KOSHER ff 2
RESTAURANT and CATERERS
Ccrner 41st St. ar.d Royal Palm Avenue. Miami Beach. FU.
Telephone 58-8946
SERVING
FLORIDA'S F NEST AMERICAN JEWISH DINNER"
W-RIECitn
4 t
COLLINS AVI.
I I A M I BEACH
NOW OPEN Traditional Jewiih CuitilM under
Supervmon of the Famoui Chef
JACK METZGER
OF viami BEACH AND NEW YORK
The Showcase of Good Food
t^ GOVERNOR
CAFETERIA
1225 WASHINGTON AVE.
MIAMI BEACH
MOUNT NE60 CEMETERY
THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Director
5505 N. W. 3rd St. Phone 87-8201
TONIGHT
FIRST RAC
8:OOP.M.
NOMlNOd
Simon Seiden
MIAMI BEACH KENNEL CLUB
IXTRIMI SOUTH IND OF COUINS AVI.


f,-JANUARY-11.
1952
^A*cAki%^kt.
*/
+JeisHK?l PAGE 11-B
rlhian Sister Initiate
mbers; Donate Gifts
velt Temple No. 33, Pyth-
-. jters, will hold a regular
iting at the Dora August Me-
|j i Hall, 500 SW 17th Aven-
lanuary 16th. 8 p.m.
t, elected Most-Excellcnt-
I. Mrs. Lewis J. Brooks will
I over the initiation of 25
E mbers into the Pythian
elosing their books for
:. the Sisterhood made a
J i to the Miami Jewish
[,. for the Aged. Six crates
fruit were donated by Mr.
Mrs. David Weinstein and
Evered to three local child-
,'s homo in the name of the
Dsevelt Temple.
^rtman Moves
liami Beach real estate broker
urge Bertman has moved his
Ices to a suite on the second
i of the Mercantile Building,
Lincoln Road.
LEGAL NOTICE
iN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 2507*
fc ST ATE (IK
IXN'IF SCHWARTZ. Deceased.
riCE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
|fvrl'"F Is hereby given that I
,- hied my final report and petition
luial Dischaigc hk Executor of
estate of MINNIE SCHWARTZ.
i.ised; and that on the 3lst day <>f
Jusry, IS''-. I will apply to the
horable W. F. IILANTON, County
ft of Dude County. Florida, for
' of Raid final report and for
Bl dls'lwiKe as. Kxecutor of the
lie .f MINNIE SCHWARTZ, de-
. S.
his J6'h duy of December, 1*51.
RICHARD KltANK,
Executor
p.l.uT. SILVER MI'I.I,OY
fm Richard Frank
h tn Huilding
kn.i, Florida
|v l'4-11-11_____________________
b-
[NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
| R is HEREBY OIVEN that
sued, desiring to engage In
i inder the fictitious name of
UN I L-A MEPROOFING
t : Co.. at 1 lade County, Flor-
. iH-i. iald M ime ith
Court o( 11 l<
HAMKl. HERZBERG
EDDIE PABER
2 I
YOUR BEST BUY
kkxk from Timti Square ... WaDdaf
ijlance to everything worthwhile.
HOTEL
LINCOLN
14thto 45th STS.or 8th AV
NEW YORK
1*00 Rooms, each with
vb and Shower, from
SPECIAL HATES FOR SERVICE MEN
$350
LEGAL NOTICE
im tSI'S.E BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No 146277
MILDRED BARBARA MANDT
vg Plaintiff,
THEl ii IRE BDWARD MANDT,
TO; THE.......tE BDWARDMANDY
JI8 Medical Aits Huilding
liaitliriore, Maryland
You. THEODORE EDWARD MAN
hi bj notifleii that a I'.lll of
1 ompla nt for Divorce hai bet filed
atralnxl you, and you are required to
verve n copy of your Answer or Plead-
Im to the Hill of Complaint on the
plalntirra Attorney, GEORGEJ TA1 -
lANOFF, 4M Mil,,,in Road, Miami
Beach, 1 lorlda, and file the 01 lalnal
x" f or Pleading In the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 7th day of February, 1952,
If you fail to do no. Judgment by de-
fault win be taken against von for
the relief demanded 111 the Bill of
Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 7th day of January, A.D.
E. B, LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Court Baal)
By M. c FIEGE,
Deputy Clerk
GLORGE J. TAMANOFP
Attorney for Plaintiff
420 Lincoln Road
.Miami Beach, Florida
1/11-18-15 2/1
Listen to the
|IEWISH .VARIETY HOUR
IBM 800 on your Dial
lEvery Sunday from 2 to 3
Wednesday & Friday from
1:30 to 2
[TTT 1490 on your Dial
ry Sunday from 10 to 11 A.M.
[Jacob Schachter
Olrecter
NORMAN R. LYONS
weeaeter ana Historical
Narrator
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the flctltlouH name of
CAI'TAIN PANS SMOKE HOCSE, at
1"1 S. W. 8th Street. Miami. Ha.. In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
A. Z. AI.I'ERT
ALI.KN DEXN
1 11-iv 2.-, 2/1
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 14615'
MARILYN METER, Plaintiff
JOHN a METER, Defendant,
SUIT FOR ANNULMENT
Tou, JOHN A. METER, 177; i
v. New York, are
hereby notlf i il thai BUI of Com-
for annulment has been fffed
against you, and you are required to
serve a copj ol your Answer oi Plead-
lm '" the Bill of Complain! on the
lli nt fl attorney, HARl >L1 > SHA-
PIRO, 927 Mncoln Road, Miami Beach,
Florida, and file the original Anawei
or Pleading In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
January 30, 1952, If you fail to do so.
Judgment by default will h. taken
against you for the relief demanded
iti the Hill of Complaint.
Po.NK. AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 31st day of December,
1951.
E. It. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk Circuit Court.
Pade County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By \VM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
1/4-11-18-2.'.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBT GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring? to engage In
buslneas under the fictitious* name of
SKY COACH, al IB83 Washington
Ave.i Miami iv.n h, l la., and 800 s. E.
Isi Hi .liiini, i-1:.. Intends to leg-
ist, r said name with the Clel It of
the i i. lit 'out t of Hade County, Fla.
SKY i '< i.'I'll TICK ETS, Inc.
U EINSTEIN, WEINSTEIN
& WEINSTEIN
Attorneys for
Sky Co oil Tickets, Inc.
Hi i li oln Road
12/28 1 1-11-ix
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
buslneas under the fictitious name of
MIAMI INDUSTRIAL DEVELOP-
MENT A.NP SERVICE, at 600 Ingra-
hiini Pulldlng, Miami, Fla., intends to
register said name with the clerk
of tin circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
IRVING SOLOMON
sole owner
I, 11-18-23 1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No 27222-A
In Ri ESTATE i iF
JACOB M SEIDENBERG,
Muni times teferred to as
.1 M SE1DENRERG "r
J. MICHAEL SEIDENBERG,
I leci .1-. l
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Cn 'htuLj..ai.d Ail I'arauna Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Said E-tate.
TOU, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to preaent any
claims and demands which you. or
either of you, may have against the
estate of JACOB M SEIDENBERG,
sometimes referred to as J. M. SEID-
ENBERG or .1. MICHAEL SE1DEN
BERG, deceased late of J015 Ninth
Bay R.....I, Miami Beach, Dade coun-
ty. Fiotida. to the Hon. County
Judges of Pade County, and file the
same in their office in the Cofjnty
Courthouse In Pade County. Florida.
within eight calendar months from
the date of the flrsl publication here-
of, Said claims or demands I.....n-
tain the legal address of the claimant
and to be sworn to and presented as
aforesaid, or same will ho barred.
See Section 120 of the 19:13 Probate
Act.
Pate January nh. a.P. 1951.
BERTHA KAUFMAN
Isaac JOFFE
As Executors of tin- Last \\ ill
and T. stun, nt of JACt >B. M
SEIDENBERG sometimes re-
ferred to as .1 M SEIDEN-
BERG or .1 MICHAEL SEID-
ENBERG, Deceased.
Isaac JOFF B
Attorney for Executors
imii Rlscayne Pudding
Miami ::.'. Florida
1/11-18-25 I I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
EASTERN MORTGAGE & LOAN, at
Pade County, Florida, intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Hade County. Florida.
NATHAN SIEGEL
MELVIN FISHER
MARX M FAPEK
Attorney for Applicants
412 Congress. Building
Miami. Florida
1/4-11-18-25
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBT GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engs
business under the fictitious name of
CLOUD coach, at 1588 Washington
An-.. Miami Beach Fla., and MM 8. E.
1st St., Miami. Fla.. intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
CPOCP COACH TICKETS. Inc.
WEINSTEIN, WEINSTEIN
& WEINSTEIN
Attorneys for
Cloud Coach Tickets, Inc.
420 Lincoln Road
12/28 1/4-11-18
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
CERTIFIED HOMES, at 418 Valencia
Avenue, Coral Gables, Fla.. intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
HAROLD COHEN
CHERTKOF & KALISH
Attorneys for Applli ant
Olympla Bids.
l l-lf-18-25
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
RENEE'S 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
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 145940
CE8ARE BOERO, Plaintiff,
vs.
LENA BOERO, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: LENA BOERO
i 'astelnuevo talcea
Pi o\ ince of Ai ti
Italy
Tou, LENA BOERl, Caateln
. a, i'i Ince of A_sti, Italy,
hereby notified that a Hill of c
plaint for divorce has been : ''
against you, and you are required to
serve a copy 'if your Answer or Pit
lug to the Hill of Complaint on
plaintiff's Attorney. Harold Shapiro,
(27 Lincoln Itoad, Miami Reach, l-'ioi
Ida. and file the original Answ-
Pleading In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
17th day of January. 1932. If you
fail to do so. judgment by default
will be taken against you for the
relief demanded In the Hill of Com-
plaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
1'ioilda. this 18th day of Decen.
A.D. 1951.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Pade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. H. RICE. JR..
Deputy Clerk
HAROLD SHAPIRO
Attorney for Plaintiff
927 Lincoln Road
Miami ISench. Florida
12/21-28 1/4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t i engage In
business under the fictitious name of
JENNINGS NURSING CENTER, at
M42 N B. 2nd Avenue, Miami. Flor-
ida. Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Countv. Florida.
RUSSELL M. JENNINGS
MARGARET A. JENNINGS
SANFORD M. SWBRDLIN
Attornej for Jennlnfi
Nursing i'inter
Ml Seviiolil Hldg.
Miami. Fla.
i li 18-25 2/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SAVOY HAKPK.Ns. at 7SO-7M Lenox
Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida
IRVING RUBIN and
DORA RUBIN, .
At Tenants 6| the Entireties,
an undivided '' "
MARTIN L. HUBLNV
an undivided ', inr- 11 '
SHIRLEY F. GOLDBERG.
an undivided >, inti
1 ll-l>-25 2/1 '____________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAMF LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
thi undersigned, desiring lo engage in
business under the fictitious name of
PICTURE TUBE SERVICE, at Pad*
Countv, Florida. Intends to register
said name with the Clark of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
MARION HOFFMAN.
Sole Owner
I'AIJXlT. SILVER MCL-LOV
Attorneys for Marlon Hoffman
804 Ingraham Building
Miami. Fla.
1/11-18-26 2/1
HoiU." Not
HEI.SKY.
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 2403G
RE: ESTATE OF
JAC >B BELSKT, 1- ased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE given that I have
I :.'! my final i epoi t and petition for
Final Discharge as Administrator De
Noil of the estate of JACOB
deceased; and that on the
Hat day of January, 1952, I will apply
to the Honorabli W, F*. BLANTON,
County Judge of Dade County, Flor-
ida, for approval of said final report
and for final discharge as Admit
tor Pe Bonis Non of the Estate of
JACOB HEI.SKY. deceased,
Thi- 26th das of Di cember, 1151.
SOLOMON CRAMER, as Ad
mlnlstrator De Bonls Non
of Estate of Jacob Belsky,
deceased.
BALLOT. SILVER MCLLOY
Attorneys for Solomon Cramer
S04 Ingraham Huilding
Miami, Horida
12 '28 1 4-11-18
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 27129-B
In Re: ICSTATE OF
I.BOI'OLP M. Cl'TINO. 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 which you. 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 Pade Countv. and file the same In
I their office in the County Courthouse
In Pade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Bald claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
d i of the claimant and to be sworn
ei ted as aforesald, or same
rred,
Date 1 ber 18th, A P 1951.
MARGHER1TE CUTINl
nnclll 11 E> eul r \ of
I.a-t Will am l ol
LE" >POLD M. CUTlNi i,
1 >
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
Attorney : Bxi
12 21-28 l 1-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN th '
the und< n Igned, d< sli ing to
business under the fictitious nan
I BREE ORIGINALS, at 144 list
Street, Miami Beach, Florida, Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit court of Pade County,
Florida.
1 RIEDA BUCHHl ILZ
sole Owner
JOSEPH PARDO
Attorney for Applicant
914 Seybold Bldg.
Miami, Florida
IS 21-28 -- I I-ll
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 144156-J
MIRIAM PELL SOLKOFF.
Plaintiff,
vs.
ISAPORF7 SOLKOFF. pef.-ndan-
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO: ISAPORF: SOLKOFF
3:..") EAST 88 STREET
NEW YORK CITY. NEW TORE
YOP ARE HEREBY RFXjl'IREI-
serve a copy Bill of Complaint for divorce, filed
herein on the plaintiff's attorney. Bil
nett Roth. Bag., 412 Congress Bu
Ing. Miami. Florida, and to file -in-
original in the offiee of the Clerk of
the above Circuit Court, on or bel
February I, 1852, or a default will
enti i 'i against you.
pat.d this Srd day of January, l '-'.
C B. LEATHERMAN
i 'lei k of the Circuit l'
1 lade County, Floi
By WM w STi ICKIN "
Detiut) Clerk,
BURNETT R< 'Til. ESQ.
Plaintiff
112 Co a------ Building
*' i : Ida
2 I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, d. siring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of MANS DELICATESSEN, at 1131
W. Flagler St Miami., Fla., intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit court of pade County,
Florida
LEON NAMOFP
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorn* -. -. ant
830 s. i .id Bldg.
Miami, Florida
II la 1 4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAMF. LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engagi In
business under the fictitious name of
IMPERIAL FOOD CENTER, at 1444
Pi-ex, i Avenue, Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the cir-
CUll Court of Dade County. Florida.
BERTHA SCHAINBERG
Sole inner
HARRY B. smith
Attornev for Imiwrlal F'ood Center
,!:." Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Floi Ida
12 28 1/4-11-11
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 146010
PRENCHY S HARRIS. Plaintiff.
vs.
STELLA HARRIS. Defendant.
TO: STELLA HARRIS
c/o Mrs. S. Tocker,
172"i Andrews Avenue-Apt. 4-H
i ,:!. New York
You. STELLA HARRIS, are hereby
notified that a Hill of Complaint for
Divorce has heen filed against you.
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answei or Pleading to the Bin
of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attor-
nev. .H si'.IH GOLDEN, 823 Seybold
Huilding. Miami. Florida, and file the
original Answer or pleading in the of-
the cl.-tk of the Circuit Curt
,,n or before the Met day of January.
1962 If you fall to do SO, judgment by
default will l>e taken against you for
demanded In the Bill of
Complaint.
DONE IM1 ORDERED at Mimal.
Florida, this lst day of December.
A.D. 1951. B T.F.ATHERMAN.
Clerk, circuit Court.
Pade County. Horida
(Circuit Court S. ill .....
By M. C. FEIHE.
Deputy clerk
JOSEPH GOLDEN
Attorney for Plaintiff
823 Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
lt/28 1/4-11-18
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 145897
HARl iLD Rl ISBN, Plaintiff.
\ B.
OLGA ROSEN, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
I'i I; (IL( I \ ROSEN
David I Tucker
121 Clark Place
Bronx, NY.
TOU are
of your answer lo the bill I oi
f( r '!'. orci -il i lalntlffa attorni
to file the original answer in tip
of the Clerk of the Circuit i 'o irt, on
. i ore the Pit H day of Januai y,
thi :u ... ih< bill of omplalnt
for divorce, heretofore filed herein,
will be : iki as onfesB' tl by you.
DATED at Miami. Mlorida. this l.th
day of I iecember, 1911
* E. B. LEATHERMAN,
. .. rk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal) __, .
By wm. W. STOCKING,
Deputy clerk
MICHAEL M 1SENBERG
Attorney for ri.iintiff
14"7 Blscayne Huilding
Miami. Florida.
12 21-28 1/t-ll
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
The Jewish Floridian so-
licits your legal notices.
W appredat* your
patronage) and guaran-
tee accurate service at
legal rates. Phone 2-1141
fox messenger service.
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
Tl i ALL TO WHOM THESE I
\TS SHALL COME OREETIN IS
This it to certify that,
I. Ille Boettcher, Miami Beach,
Alex ll ass, m aim Bi ai h, F la.
Charli i : i tier, Miami Bi ach, F
li.i on the Tth day of January,
cause to be Incorpoi ated
of i 'haptet IO0OS, !.
..r Florida, Ai ts of 1925, I'. AND 'J .
INC atlon, with its prli '
business at Miami Be i 'h,
Dade County, in the State of Flo
and where.is tin- stockholders of -ic-h
;il ion did on the -Tth daj of
i......nber, a P. 1W1, Cans,- to
f .1 In the office of the Becretan
Stati of the state of Florida, a i
of all the stockholders und.....
ol said Chanter 10096, Law
Floi a. Acts of 1928, Showing the
n of such corporal Ion.
the Secretary of state Is satisfied thai
'. requirements-*of law have ;|
Hell with.
IN WITNESS WHEREi
' .,-. e hereunto set my
,ind have affixed the '
Seal of the state of Floi. la.
at Tallahaaai s, th<
tl i- the *7th day of
ber, A.D. 1M1.
-.' .
R. A. GRXT,
etary ol -
1
p.
i.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
the undersigned, dealrtna to engag-- In
under the fictitious nami of
ESS-KAY l.rriln A LETTER SK!:\ -
ICE al :50 N. K. Srd street. \:
end to register staid name
with thi Clerk of the Circuit Coin- !
Dade County. Flotilla
HAROLD c.Ki >. slIAl'ir.
JOSEPH KAUFMAN
- 2/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
thi undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name f
REED'S GIFT shop, at H4L' Collins
Avenue, Miami Beach, Fla., InV
to register said name with the C
of the Circuit Court of Dade Gout
Florida,
ANNA PETRA3
1.11-18-tB 2/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN
It to engag
business under the fictitious nan
s A S. M. It. (i. BUPBR MARKET.
at 4T<>.", S. W. Mil Pti.-et, Miami, i
intend to register saiil name "ith
the Clerk Of the Circuit Court of 1
County, Florida.
MAURICE HWICHKOW
LOUIS M swisKo
ELRT STONE
Attorney for Maurice Swlchkow
and Louis M. Swlsko
1, ll-l^-"-, t 1
SEITLIN & COMPANY
PERSONAL
AND
COMMERCIAL
COVERAGES
PHONE 9-3836
^ ^<2335Sy N. E. 2nd T. MIAMI 11. FLA.



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Cantor Jacob Tambor
lleth I'A Presents
Concert Of
MJturaieal Music
A stcond Annual Concert un-
der the auspices oi C ogi nation
Beth El and featuring Cantor
Jacob E. Tambor, will take place
Sunday evening. January 131
7:30 p.m.
Collaborating with Cantor
Tamhor in presenting the even-
ing of liturgical songs and music
will be leading cantors of tl
Greater Miami area. Participat-
ing will be the Cantors D. Silver-
man, Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter: Abraham Seif. Kr.eseth Is-
rael Congregation: Irving Rob-
inson. Coral Gables Jewish Cen-
ter: and Berele Kelemer of Mi-
ami Hebrew School and Congre-
gation.
Accompanying the Cantors on
the orgar. will be Louis Schrei
man. Sidney H. Palmer, pn
dent of the Congregation, will
I as chairman of the evening.
Benevolent Association
Entertainment, Dance
A Dance and Entertain
sponsored by the Miami Beach
Employees' Benevolent As
tion will be held at Dinner Key
Audit n Satur::
mg. January 26th.
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',..:.
n the progra ?r -
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