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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
;rne 25Number 3
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JANUARY 18. 1952
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Israel, West Germans
im At Negotiations
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
Lreign Affairs Committee of the
Jraeii Parliament was scheduled
make decisions this week on
[e manner in which Israel will
Woach the West German Gov-
Frment in connection with the
=im for $1,500,000,000 in rep-
fations filed against Germany
the Jewish State.
McGrath Urges
Alien Registration
Attorney General J. Howard
McGrath today reminded all al-
iens residing in the United States
of the address report require-
ments of the Internal Security
Act of 1950.
Some aliens are apparently un-
der the impression that if they
registered under the Alien Reg-
istration Act of 1940, they need
not comply with the address re-
During the debate, an organized I port requirements of the Intern-
mob stormed the Knesset build- I al Security Act of 1950, the At-
This action follows authoriza-
tion voted by the Knesset, in one
of the stormiest debates in its
history, for direct negotiations
with the German Government.
lo Davidson
luccumbs At
LgeOf 68
I NEW YORK CITY (AJP) A
leady climb from the Lower East
Bde's teeming streets to the
eights of fashionable art galler-
ts the world over was ended
1st week for the internationally
kmous Jewish sculptor, Jo Dav-
Eson.
Davidson, who returned to Eur-
on December 20th, succumb-
to a heart attack in Central
ranee where he had gone for a
acatiop. The sculptor was 68.
His death put aside a dream to
fcturn to the Jewish State. While
Israel, Davidson sculptured
lusts of President Weizmann,
{rime Minister Ben-Gurion and
foreign Minister Sharett. A
[ighlight of his Israeli visit was
!ie% presentation to President
fc'eizmann of a bust of the late
[.oid Balfour, author of the fam-
Balfour Declaration which
pledged Britain's support to the
atablishment of a Jewish home-
jnd in Palestine.
Among the famous personal-
ities Davidson sculptured were
President Woodrow Wilson, Gen-
ral Dwight Eisenhower, George
Jirrard Shaw, Mohandas Gand-
and Marshal Tito.
ing to protest against any deal-
ings with Germany.
At the same time, the Jewish
Agency spokesman here disclos-
ed that a second meeting of the
conference on Jewish claims a-
gainst Germany will be held in
New York on January 20th.
The Knesset vote followed a
ten-hour debate on the Govern-
ment statement on reparations
made by Premier David Ben Gur-
ion. By a vote of 61 to 50 with
five abstentions and four ab-
sences, the Knesset approved a
government resolution that "the
Knesset has taken notice of the
Government announcement and
empowers the Foreign Affairs
Committee to take adequate steps
according to the circumstances."
An opposition motion flatly re-
jecting any negotiations with
Germany was defeated by the
same vote. The significance at-
tached to the issue was shown
by the fact that a Herut deputy,
Arieh Ben Eliezer, was brought
to the Knesset on a stretcher to
cast his vote in opposition while
the Mapai summoned deputy
David Ha'Cohen back from Paris
to vote in support.
All 46 Mapai deputies voted for
the Government resolution as did
six Poale Zion deputies, one Miz-
rachi, three Progressives and
five Mapai-affiliated Arab depu-
ties.
Twenty-two General Zionists,
13 Mapam deputies, eight Herut
and five Communists voted in
opposition as did Rabbi M. Nur-
ock, of Mizrachi and Yizhar Har-
ari, of the Progressives. _____
torney General indicated. Resi-
dent aliens must file the Address
Report every year. The Address
Report must be filed even though
during the year a change of ad-
dress (Form AR-11) was report-
ed. Also, displaced persons,
whether or not they have filed
the Semi-Annual Report of Im-
migrant Displaced Persons (Form
DPC-12), must file the Address
Report. If an alien has applied
for naturalization papers but has
not yet been naturalized, he still
must comply with the law and
submit an Address Report Card.
The Attorney General said that
he is interested in immediately
securing their current addresses.
He indicated that he would not
be disposed to initiate prosecu-
tions where aliens failed to furn-
ish addresses within the required
period if they came forward
promptly and furnished their
current addresses at an early
date. If the failure was not wil-
ful and was only the result of a
Chief Rabbi 1'nterman Speak* Here
Rabbi Isar Jehuda Unterman, has recent .y an;ved Oil his first
Chief Rabbi of Tel Aviv who vjs;t to the United States, will
| speak in behalf of the State of
Israel $500,000,000 Independence
Bond Issue on Wednesday, Janu-
ary 23rd, 6:30 p.m., at the Miami
Beach Jewish Center.
Installed as Chief Rabbi of Tel
Aviv in November, 1946, Rabbi
Unteiman, although a British
subject, soon emerged as a
spokesman for the Jewish com-
munity to the British Adminis-
tration. In Tel Aviv, he has dis-
\ tinguished himself in the field
of education and in the preser-
vation and extension of tradition-
al Jewish customs and values.
Funds provided through the
S500.000.000 State of Israel Bond
Issue will make possible large-
scale expansion of Israel's irdus-
, try and agriculture in the im-
mediate future. The Bond Issue
( will aid in the realization of Is-
I rael's potential as a key indus-
1 trial nation in the Middle East
and will help the Jewish State
absorb into its ecor.omy the 600,-
000 immigrants expected during
the coming three years.
Bartley Cram To Address Trade Gift
Dinner Of Combined Appeal Thursday
Leaders in more than 50 trades, |
industries and professions will at-
tend a Trade Gift Dinner on
misunderstanding, physical disa- j Thursday evening, January 24th,
bility or inability, the alien's ex- I 6:30 p.m., at the Masonic Tem-
cuse would be given sympathetic \ le AIton Road Miami Beach,
consideration. | it has been announced by Wil-
Argyle R. Mackey, Comrr.is- i iiam D. Singer and Aaron Kan-
sioner of Immigration and Natur- I ner, Trade co-chairmen of the
alization, stated that forms for 11952 Combined Jewish Appeal,
submitting the alien address re- Principle speaker will be Bart- i
port (Form I-53)will continue to ley c Crum> former member of |
the Anglo-American Commission
ote Against Election Investigation
PARIS, (JTA) Israel voted Igers of neo-Nazism. Fishcer said
he appreciated the statement of
the American delegate that it was
understood that the terms of ref-
nently with the Soviet Bloc
the United Nations against a
JN investigation of election con-
ations in Germany. The proposal
adopted in the General As-
t-mbly's special political commit-
ee, by 456, with eight absten-
tions.
Israeli delegate Maurice Fish-
ier, explaining his stand, said his
|overnment would not vote for
resolution on Germany which
Joes not explicitly instruct the in-
stigating commission to take
tito corsideration factors relat-
ing to the resurgence of Nazism
\n& does not warn it of the dan-
ontribution
It happened when Carl Wein-
kle, chairman of the 19S2 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal, was vis-
iting at the home of his nephew.
Miami attorney Jerome Wrin-
kle.
For some lime Jerome's tiny
daughter, Carolyn, had been
sitting quietly by, listening to
the grownups' serious discus-
sion of the campaign, the dire
-ceds in Israel abroad and of
new Americans here.
Suddenly, during a pause in
the conversation, a small voice
blurted out: "Uncle Carl, here
is fifty cents for the Jewish
Appeal." All eyes turned to
the little girl standing in the
center of the room, hand out-
stretched, holding the shining
coin.
Carolyn firmly refused to
take the money back.
It was the first contribution
: to the Women's Unit of the
[ 1*52 Combined Jewish Appeal!
erece of the commission would
include investigation of indica-
tions of Nazism.
Earlier m the proceedings,
Fishcer told the United Nations
General Assembly's Political
Committee that the primary con-
ditions of any world German set-
tlement must be "effective guar-
antees against a resurgence of
Nazism."
Decrying the lengthy discussion
in the committee of the technical-
ities of a proposed free election in
a united Germany, Fischer said
that the UN delegates tend to
judge the German issue in light
of the ideological struggle in the
world today and ignore the fact
that Germany has an ideology of
its own.
be available to aliens at all Unit-
ed States post offices up to and
including January 19, 1952, to ac-
commodate those aliens who did
not register within the prescrib-
ed period.
Urge Establishing
Inter-Race Group
NEW YORK (JTA) The es-
tablishment of an intergroup
council in Florida to reduce rac-
ial and religious tensions, and
the elimination in Miami Beach
of precedent prohibiting Negroes
from being on its streets after
dark, was urged today by Eman-
uel Muravchik, director of the
Anti-Discrimination Department
of the Jewish Labor Committee,
after a survey of the sites of the
recent Florida outbreaks.
A spokesman for the Justice
Department in Washington today
declined to comment on word
from informed sources that a
suspect has been arrested by the
FBI in Florida in connection with
terroristic incidents. Sources
close to the government said that
a suspect has been apprehended
in Florida and agents are row
seeking those higher-up in the
terror ring.
of Inquiry on Palestine which
urged admission of 100.000 ref-
ugees into Israel during the days
of the British White Paper. Crum
is a recognized leader of good-
will thought and was the winner
of the One World Award origin-
ally sponsored by Wendel L. Will-
kie as a tribute to his crusade
for liberal journalism. He is also
author of Behind The Silken
Curtain, which describes the sec-
ret, international manoeuvering
that worked against the estab-
lishment of the state of Israel. Reaity and Allied Trades; Jos-
CnZ"s^t?eT?JTe re- ,ePh M. Lipton president of the
construction of a land he had en- j Dade Federal Savings and Loan
visioned.
Bartley C. Cnim
The event will be attended by
approximately 1,000 of greater
Miami's businessmen who have
participated in the annual drive
for funds in the past, according
to Carl Weinkle, general cam-
paign chairman for the current
year.
The committee in charge of the
affair will be headed by Singer
and Kanner, and will include:
Herbert E. Scher, chairman of the
Mercantile group; Joseph R. j
Stein, chairman of the Food, Bev- |
erage, and Amusement group;
Ben Giller, head of Building,
Association of Miami, chairman
of Automotive and Industrial
groups; and Sam Heiman, chair-
man of Miscellaneous industries.
Seek Labor
Concessions Of
Bond Quarters
NEW YORK CITY (AJP)
A
. ti-u the 1952 Combined Jewish Appeel entertain more then 150 new residents
Resident Unit JgL"*0try Club. Shown at the Meet Your Neighbor social event
" "! TLTCbSL Chairman of 1952 Campaign: Mcee. Gir-terg: Miami Beach_Coun-
Winter
and homfc z iii
(left to right) are CarlJ***j* .^Tluuta. T.ger. of Chicago. Rear row are Samuel Fnedland.
cilmen. Harold Turk; Sam WJ,B5 ^uMn. pj^deiU of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed.ration.
Jack Ablin. Joseph Stein ana ~
number of local managers repre-
senting the Israel Bond Drive,
many of them from Eastern Sea-
board communities, converged on
New York City last week to seek
labor concessions from headquar-
ters of the $500,000,000 bond cam-
paign.
Several private meetings re-
portedly with an eye toward lay-
ing the ground for united action
possibly through a union, were
attended by a number of man-
ager here amid disclosures that
requests would be made for writ-
ten assurances of continued em-
ployment and other concessions.
To date, the managers have not
affiliated with any national un-
ion.
The local bond managers were
expected to seek a meeting some-
time this week with Henry Mon-
tor. director of th Drive, upon the lattcr's return
from Israel where he conferred
witn top leaders of the Jewish
State on the progress of the cam-
paign.


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LjpAY. JANUARY 18. 1952
-Je*lsl>ncrMton
PAGE 3 A
I'll Say...
n the Christmas number of Life magazine, The
tht of the Holy Places is quite anti-Jewish. The
l0 ig written by Evelyn Waugh, (a man, even it
yn does suggest silk panties) an English novelist
ned Catholic, who brings to mind Beloc and Chest-
fcn Englishmen of the same profession and faith
linpiished for their virulent anti-Semitism. In fact
fanti-Jewian feeling current among English Catho-
I might lead us to inquire if there isn't something
icmic in this Romanist minority harboring strong
nosities towards the still smaller group professing
|ajagi.
LYN WAUGH
jtiangely, Waugh exhibits no prejudice towards
^lems, who as Monotheists are definitely opposed
any form of Trinity worship. Actually, he even con-
ies that Islam is one of the great world religions
dismisses Judaism as a national cult, "a system of
Es and social habits of a particular people." A good
Sholic, Evelyn presumably does not read the Old
Btament nor any of the Jewish philosophers from
amonides to Martin Buber, if he obeys the Index
purgatorious. He speaks of the de facto State of
jel, apparently unwilling to accord dejure status to
overeign member of the United Nations.
LLIBIUTY
he gravamen of his theme is the internationaliza-
of Jerusalem. But he would also include Bethle-
Nazareth, Ein Karim (birthplace of John the
itlst), and practically any spot that could fall with-
ihe categorical definition of a "Holy Place". And by
l he means Christian exclusively, since nothing
ish can possibly be sacred.
IS AHTI-SEMITISM
]Mr. Waugh concedes a kind of holy character to
Mosque called Dome of the Rocknot because it
nds on the site of the ancient Temple, consecrated
a thousand years by Hebrew priests, kings, propn-
I, and sages, but because on this spot Mohammed
' ted into paradise on his horse El Burak. This
1 r-ound with its superstructures, the English
The Holy Places In Jerusalem
fanatic is willing to detach from Jerusalem and annex
to the creaking Hashmite Kingdom of Jordan. But to
the whole world, the Wailing Wall stands as the poig-
nant relic of ancient Jewish glory; it has been the
ho.iest of places, prayed at and wept over by Jews
for almost 2.000 years. The compatriot of Ernest Bevin
and Oswald Mosely is quite sure that Jews are willing
to forget this Western Wall of the Beth Hamikdash
(Holy Temple) and transfer their tears and prayers to
the forest of 6,000,000 trees being planted to commem-
orate the victims of Hitler's gas chambers.
HIS CATHOLIC LOYALTIES
One is inclined to ask why an article so offensive
to Jewish readers would appear in a magazine of
such large circulation. The answer might lie in the
fact that the opinions of Evelyn Waugh are largely
based on the theology and politics of the Roman
Church. It may not be accidental that Claire Booth
Luce, wife of Henry Luce, the owner of Life, is a rec-
ent convert to Catholicism. The Pope and the Roman
Curia are on record demanding that Jerusalem be in-
ternationalized. Mr. Waugh's essay is perhaps design-
ed to influence American public opinion.
ANCIENT DESTRUCTION
All this to do about Holy places in Jerusalem
strikes the not too gullible traveler as something rath-
er ludicrous. Any archeologist worth his salt can
tell you that with the possible exception of the Wail-
ir.g Wall, not a house, wall, building, or monument is
left from the olden times. And yet on Mt. Zion, monks
point out the Cenacle as the room in which the Last
Supper took place. In the year 70, Jerusalem was des-
troyed. Josephus, the historian, an eye witness, relates
that Titus had plough shares passed over the ruined
city. Jerusalem lay waste until the Romans built over
it the new town of Valia Capitolina. Any one not a
believer in miracles can never understand how the
Via Dolorosa, the road allegedly traveled by Jesus on
his way to his crucifixion at Calvary, can be ascer-
tained. Yet guides continue to identify the seven sta-
tions of the Cross to wide eyed pilgrims._____________
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
p'lOUS FRAUDS
It is surprising how intelligent Christians kee; a
straight face when the guide at Ain Karim shows the
underground cellar in which John the Baptist was
born. Rarely is the question asked why his expect-nt
mother had to go down into a cave, without air cir-
culation, when houses above ground were avail:
The simple minded Czech priest who showed us t.-.e
cave dwelling of Joseph and Mary of Nazareth aus-
wered with honest simplicity that in those days every
one lived in caves underground. He was flabbergasted
at my scepticism about discovering a home three cen-
turies later, after earthquakes, disaster, natural decay,
and two major wars of annihilations.
THE POLICY OF ROME
The friendly gestures of Rome towards tie Mo.
world is as baffling as its antagonism towards Israel.
For 1,000 years, the Church considered the religion
of Mohammed its arch enemy. Four major crusaies,
and as many minor ones, were launched to dislodge
the infidels from the Holy Land. Yet for about four
centuries Rome seemed reconciled to the Holy Sepul-
cher being guarded by Mohammedans. Rome was sil-
ent during the 30 years of British mandate. Only after
the State of Israel emerged in 1948, did the Pope raise
the issue of internationalizing Jerusalem.
The greatest number of so called holy places are
in the old part of Jerusalem ruled by Jordan. But
Mr. Waugh has only words of friendship for Arabs.
The President and Prime Minister of Israel have re-
peatedly offered to put all holy places under U.N.
jurisdiction. Yet this English anti-Semite has the gall
and dishonesty to compare three year old Israel, with
problems enough to wreck a larger and older state, to
the vicious Egyptian Caliph Hakim, whose persecution
of Christian pilgrims in 1039 provoked the First C.u-
sade.
We can only wonder if Evelyn Waugh is simply
spilling his venom, or as a loyal son of the church is
sending out a trial balloon to foreshadow future Cath-
olic policy.

iiiipaign To
lake Calendar
Available
schedule of functions to be
during the 1952 Combined
irlsn Appeal was announced
week by Campaign chair-
Carl Weinkle.
"The events are being made
In, Weinkle said, "to enable
cal organizations to plan their
hctions and eliminate date con-
icts." Dan B. Ruskin, presi-
fcr.t of the Greater Miami Jew-
Federation, has invited groups
contact the Federation calen-
service for clearance of dates,
s insuring maximum turnouts
their functions and guarantee-
ip attendance' at Campaign e-
knts.
I The calendar schedule will be
lade available to local organiza-
bns next week.
ieryl Morrison Talks
)n America And Galut
[The Ben-Gurion Branch, No.
IW. will hold the second of its
leetings conducted by newly
\ i president Dr. Harry H.
leen on Thursday evening.
sni.iiy 24th, 8 p.m., at the Beth
' Clu'brooms, 500 SW 17th Av-
ue.
Beryl Morrison will speak on
lect: Is The United States
Galut Plans for the forth-
pming installation of officers on
anuary 27th, will also be dis-
.1.
West Miami Center
Forms Drama Group
The West Miami Jewish Cen-
ter has formed a permanent dra-
matic group under the direction
of Blake Liddle, a graduate stu-
dent at the University of Miami.
The first play to be given is
The Women, tentatively schedul-
ed for performance March 1st.
Liddle has been actively en-
gaged in all phases of the theater
for several years. Castink will
be held on Sunday, January 20th,
2:30 p.m., and on Monday, Janu-
ary 26th, 8 p.m.
North Shore
Hears Rosenberg
Aaron Rosenberg, Detroit law-
yer, and now a resident of Coral
Gables, will address a joint meet-
ing of the Women's Chapter and
the Men's Lodge of the North
Shore Lodge No. 1744, on Mon-
day evening, January 21st, at the
Temple Beth Sholom.
A former chemist, Mr. Rosen-
berg has practiced law in Detroit
since 1921. He is a past presi-
dent of Pisgah Lodge, B'nai
B'rith, was a delegate at large
from Detroit to the American
Jewish Conference, served as first
secretary of the Detroit Jewish
Community Council, and in 1944,
was membership chairman of the
Detroit B'nai B'rith Council.
He is also the author of num-
erous short stories, essays, poems
and humorous articles.
Marian Anderson To Sing At Dade
County Auditorium January 25th
S. Hurok, New York impressario, will present Miss Marian
Anderson on January 25th, at the Dade County Auditorium.
Miss Anderson's performance will be sponsored by the Young
Business Men's Club of Miami.
Owning a contralto voice of an unusually deep range. Miss
Anderson is capable of reaching lower and higher sibilant tones
than those generally considered
to be the limits of the contralto
scale. Jean Sibelius, the Finnish
composer, has dedicated his song,
Solitude, to her in recognition of
the American Negro singer's
peerlessness among many con-
temporaries.
One of Miss Anderson's great-
est triumphs came in 1939, when
she drew an audience of some
75,000 persons at an Easter Con-
cert arranged by ex-Secretary of
the Interior Harold Ickes before
the Lincoln Memorial, Washing-
ton, D.C. Miss Anderson has also
sung befor King George VI and
Queen Elizabeth while the Royal
Couple visited with the late Pres-
ident Franklin Delano Roosevelt
at Hyde Park, New York.
Miss Anderson's repertoire in-
cludes over two hundred songs
in nine different languages. Her
recent re-recording of Johannes
Brahms Alto Rhapsody is an ex-
ample of her ability with Deuts-
che Lieder. Miss Anderson's fav-
orites, however, include many
Negro spirituals. "They are my
own music," she explains, "but
I love them especially because
they give forth the aura of faith,
humility and hope."
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JeHistncrMtofi
FRIDAY, JANUARY
edttorial
Bern-Gorton MAasU&a
Last month. World Jewry pai --
Ben-Gurion on the occasion :: his birthday.
Since then, the Isrcei: Prir.-.e
distinguished himself by a series :: c:
will make him notorious in Middle Eastern -
tory for a lor.r time to :ome At best be
left his heretofore staunch supporters c--.:t; ;.
worst, he has unnecessarily shaken the new Jew-
ish state's already uncertain diplomacy cmd mag-
nified its faults beycr.d : = >::
Much has bee:: written in newspc
pcges concerning rion's recent
ate remarks levelled against the Zionist Organ ra-
tion c: America. His conclusion that the -
izaticr. is bankrupt needs :.: more comment Its
scandalous nc:_:e and graceless
best be foractter. by American Jews whc .-.:--
Israel in higher regard than they a: its current
spokesman." But Ben-Gurion's latest to
calls for a re-evclua::c:-. ;: the man who leads
the new state's majority party. Apparently he
has not been sc::s::ed to bite the hand that nur-
tures his country; he has also feh ccrr.pelled
generally to attack democratic principlei ar.a 10
impose his will against mass cppos::::r..
Last week's demonstraticn hz-.z-.e the Knesset
was a shameless experience. It demonstrated
beyond question that partisan attitudes in Israel
are defined excessively ar.a that the spirit ::
compromise is nowhere apparent While diver-
gence of opinion is an essentially healthy s:a:e
and insures against complacency, the greatest
danger to any democracy, the unwillingness to
yield when yielding is necesscry ".-. r.ot be
considered an example of a higher level of such
health. Indeed, it must be locked upon as ar.
ignoble manifestation of ego assertion.
The demonstrations on the part of Israeli cit-
izens as an indication of their negative attitude
toward negotiations with the Bonn Government
over reparations was undoubtedly ar. excessive
expression of prevalent feelings regarding the ac-
ceptance of blood-money ir. payment :c: 6 102 212
slaughtered Jews. But Prime Minister Ben-Gur-
I Im" J As the Jewish Home for the Aged p i
to hold its eighth annual meeting and to1*3?!
brate the first anniversary of its new a n^J
at Douglas Gardens, those who have giverT'lj
and effort to this organization may look pro''Sj
at their accomplishments. ^ *
The Home's executives have not been
fied simply to establish quarters for elderly
pie where they may live in relative wciiTl
isolated from the community at large. It
an early policy of the institution to foster p<
GOLIATH TO BE CONQUERED
en's method of dealing with the demonstrations
showed him at his worst as a political leader.
Reports from Israel indicate that at least three
hundred men, women and children have been
arrested and are being held in detention camps
following an attack made on them by helmeted,
gas-masked police with batons, tear bombs and
high-pressure hoses.
Israel's ultimate stand so far as reparations
are concerned can be no issue at this point; the
pation by its members in activities outside^l
immediate confines of the Home. Thus, mernbel
have come to look upon their quarters as a pS
where the most fundamental needs of ImnqoJ
fulfilled. They have developed friendships D
might otherwise have been denied them ouisM
and they have simultaneously built a bridged
the often impersonal and always vigorously.moJ
ing community in the sweep of whose activity]
they might have been forgotten.
But those who tirelessly work in behalf ol ikl
Home have many problems still burdening thenl
They must yet determine the specific requin>|
ments of an institution for the aged in our tiopiedl
environment. They must continually seek fal
resources to augment their medical faculties, r I
They look hopefully now to the Greater Midpl
Jewish Federation, the Jewish Social ServiceBfe.1
eau, Mount Sinai Hospital and to other organil
tions concerned with the welfare of the tity'il
populace for aid in developing the Home eteal
beyond its envisioned possibilities.
consequences of discussion regarding the stasdl
seem now to be more significant. Above toll
Prime Minister Ben-Gurion has shown that Lei
takes his slim majority Mapai Party too seriouskf
that he refuses to recognize the coalition makeup!
of his cabinet and that he will ride freely oval
opinions differing from his own.
One almost has the feeling that the Briiisl|
have not decamped.
Litvinov Dies In Moscow; Shunned
By Early Revolutionary Comrades
By SAM GOODMAN

The t Max
I
lit
holding t
Born t -
ily in B:;
I Jewisl pass-
ed as colorful a '...
-line.
A rony : Lenii
latti
activity, latei i -
in when the pi I S
was busy with his bank rol
for the good of the "cat
later an architect
salesman in England .
outward appearances
eling the path of bourgc-oise suc-
lly Foreign Mil
of Russia under Lenin and then
Russian Ambassador to the Unit-
ed States. Litvinov's lit
ed all these divergent and
tradictory phases.
Litvinov formed the aqu
ance of Lenin back in 1901. when
the Bolsheviks counted but a
handtul. In subsequent years,
when Stalin was engaged in his
"expropriations" to obtain rev-
enue for revolutionary activity,
Litvinov himself did not person-
ally participate in Stalin's hold-
ups. But tr.ere seems ground for
the belief that he did act as a
messenger for the distribution of
the loot for party activity.
His revolutionary activity could
hardly have failed to land him
at ti.xes in the arms of the law
and Litvinov like rr.anv. even of
the more moderate Socialists
served a term in Siberia.
Later came a period of resi-
dence in England which lasted
for 16 years. Perhaps it was this
long dwelling in a capir
ntry which made him out
: his moderateness
and love of peace among the Bol-
For a time in E-g-
land, it appeared that he-
even turn into a successful pro-
and business man in-
:" : a man like Lenin and
o regarded their busi-
ness as the fomenting of i
"on. He married in England, Ivy
Lowe, the daughter of one of
the most aristocratic Jewish fam-
ilies there. One member of the
iamily was the noted Sir Maur-
t low
a long p(
ndent in v.
for 1
H t this time to he-
' .:
L
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tect [period
'ravelin,
activit
cour.ter-n itj narv in the
.' of the Bolshevik leaders.
mizing the un-
derg.oun I | ik
throwing dynamite, the i
scolded. But despite the I
e tint, Litvfnov son
managed to stay in the gn.....|
the founding fathers of Commun-
however, he returned to Russia
bv llnafnn^fed Forein Min"ter
ft i a ALne amon" the Sov-
let leaders, he seemed to be a
for a policy of some kir.d of
live and et live accord with the
SHm..y* W the party
shifted its l,n X ,;,
wn view and the Soviet was
.mxious for ties with th, v
get Russia the needed ,
and supplies to rebuild her Lit
^"wwas scnt "' America to
Eft
Under President Roosevelt ho
was successful in obtaining 'this
recognition. An undercurrent of
ance, if not friendliness- to
tween Hitler and Stalin. Litvinw
tion and re-
:.. i Whi n Hitler
ement and in-
R Stalin
: itvii v [roi |
n er.t hi United
States t
for A pat i sup-
d of
.It was
n
unit-
' Hitler.
.vln n
'
n
Wl :. W
ething
i and

H< ..... |
?n<\ to the Soviet principh
i ty, unu .
' that
s' ;. n't al-
tions
W rid wen not
i '.'.long.
U\, ':'' :" : very tew
cap
all the purgings, n

" under th a', l"L\ j*'*""!,
. The Jewish F^ridih*rch 3' 1879-
he Jewish Un;'"'"h" *bsorbec
Weekly. Member of th. |2S J,w,
B'aBh,c Agency. Seven t"!"** T"*-
Syndicate, Wordw^.M'* F"'fl
National Editorial*l\U$M* ^rvlf'
--" r,sr.-
Oh.SUyB^RIPT1N RATES,
Two Years J-0
-------------------_^ 5 00
FRED K. SHOCHif
E .......
EONARD
YONS-
excerpts from the Lyons Pen..
LEO MINDLIN
._______ Nw Editor
Tp 20.N" E- Sixth Street
_J^fPhones2^l4l_2-82l2
vS^I'^UARY 18. 152
The Hollywood Pioneer: There
: it with 1. B.
May the stud-
' tb MGM
etracl irs do
! that 1 major
tudio the
powerful in tl e world. He
n as a iunk dealer who then
t a chain of nickelodeons.
"' wanti d to sell thi m, hired an
advertising man to prepare the
I the ulowing
descnptives in the copy submit-
' him Hr decided: -if the
I, I won't
ision eventu-
ally brought him $40 million from
the film industry.
for yean I is salary has been
highest in the land. At a
meeting in ls Angeles, Presi-
dent Roosevelt asked him wheth-
er it was true that he made ovei
true, smd Mayer. -But then
tok.at all the people i havC
v",lkin I all the people
1 to take ca,, 0f.l{ Mr
.'"',7'^i: "I get S75.000
I've n.'i ,l;",ki'' the people
}e got to take care of Once
J ,Bummoned his studio aides
.;,.' ">;. took a roll-call to
see that aU were present and
"ie i resident is here" The
"" leaned forward eagerly for
-M
.LBS
c. orge Jessed that I e I just beal
named their Man Of The I
IK- replied that he .' as pleased!
at the honor, "but I
rather be Man Of The EvenJ
. Incidentally. Ji el's N'etl
York aide. Selden Bennett. bst-j
ed to some people disi us I
normal person, and he -.id: ""1*1
normal person is one wnose cl
hasn't been thoroughly invest-j
Rated."

Gambling Dept: In doing \
search on his gambling series,!
Pulitzer Prize winner Mike Bet-
ger heard that Eskimos doni
gamble. For verification he tea-1
phoned Vilhjalmur Stefanssoi,
the Arctic explorer, who conlirn-
ed it. Eskimos don't -...mble.
explained, because their siir.?|
needs are primary on "An '
kimo wouldn't care for d*
monds." he said. "If you 1
amid ice, vou wouldn't care !
diamonds cither. Jades, yes;
monds, no."

Business Dept.: Phil Foster. f*1
comic, spent a weekend at
mountain resort where most
Mid tO :, it)
Igeof
s "'tnuly llotlhe.i
me guests were m >"<- -.
business on Broadway or w*
enue, in the 30's Ore ofWJ
halted Foster and said he iookwj
familiar. "1430, right?" he a>w
. Foster shook his head.o
concocted another address:
. "311?" the puzzled Bang
m;inufacturer rapaate tn,en
did, -Oh. Sweatt-r
Dick Brown, sing
"Stop The Music." is a na
Youngstown, Ohio. H
talent comes naturall> :
his father is a (
Gross, .ne of Bi
colorful "b>
in the cleaning an
nesi on Tin- Mail s''
fidante of Walter Wn- i
ard Lyons and Earl WAjfJ
religious J". '.. to]
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 18. 1952
iv Friedman To
lihlrosw Zionist
Sj Friedman will address the
lj ,nist Luncheon Club on Wed-
feday, January 23rd, 12:15 p.m..
Ye Ritz-Pla^a Hotel. His topic
.ill be Why Zionist Youth?
[Formerly of New York City,
r Bn has just been named
[ ,r of the Florida office,
tuthern Zionist Youth Commis-
Tui. A graduate of Queens Col-
, has received the Master's
1 in Group Work from the
t. Vnrk School of Social Work.
E,. is a former member of the
l .,1 Young Judaea Commit-
e, an Assistant Director of the
Ingland Zionist Youth Com-
^ ,n and has worked with Na-
Jonal Young People's League,
National Junior Hadassah, Na-
mal Masada and many regional
fnd local commissions.
Zionist Luncheons are held ev-
|ry Wednesday as a function of
i't. Miami Beach Zionist District.
arold Shapiro is president, and
[lberl E. Ossip is chairman and
Joastmaster. Assisting in the ar-
angements are Dan Broad, Jacob
C. Fish man, Charles H. Lee, Irv-
ng Schatzman, Faye Tupler and
Prank Gordon.
"obin To Run
:or Constable
A Miami Beach insurance agent
knd realtor. Leonard Tobin, 34,
Announced last week that he
I'ould become a candidate for
tonstable of District 5.
District 5 incorporates Miami
Suach. Surfside, Bal Harbour,
3av Harbor Islands, Sunny Isles,
Solden Beach and North Bay
Village- The elections are sched-
uled for June.
Tobin has been a Miami resi-
er.l for 33 years and is the son
pi Mr. and Mrs. Samuel H. Tobin,
r Miamians. A member of
ibin & Baker Insurance and
'obin & Tobin Realtors, he re-
lides with his wife and children
yi 8519 Crtspi Boulevard.
The candidate's platform in-
cludes striking "hard and often
pt all hoodlums, narcotics ped-
jlers and child molesters."
+Jewisti thridHnr
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Rubinstein Interviewed
Mrs. Marie Volpe will inter-
view Artur Rubinstein on Satur-
day January 19th. 6:30 p.m., over
Station WKAT. Mr. Rubinstein
is appearing with the University
of Miami Symphony Orchestra
under the direction of John Bit-
nZu0n .Su,ndaV evening, January
j!0th, at the Miami Beach Audi-
torium, and on Monday evening
January 21st, at the Dade Coun-
ty Auditorium.
rlagler-Granada Women
To Hear Dr. Blinski
Dr. Maurice Blinski, pediatri-
n, will be guest speaker at the
gular monthly meeting of the
lV"!iien's Group, Flagler-Granada
'ewish Community Center, on
Thursday evening. January 17th,
: m.
Dr. Rlinski will discuss: Prob-
li": s Of Our Children. During the
business portion of the meeting,
tnhi of ar. assistant chairman
s scheduled to be held.
)ov Chapter Supper
1 he Dov Chapter, Mizrachi
Women, will hold a supper party
I'M Sunday, January 20th, 6 p.m.,
|n the Dora August Memorial
tall of the Beth El Center in
. inor of the first wedding anni-
versary of the granddaughter of
firs Rachel Sackowitz.
Guest speaker will be Rabbi
E. Rackovsky. Cantor
\< K Tombor will render vo-
al selections. Proceeds will go
it orphan children in Israel.
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January and February meet-
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Center PTA will be devoted to a
series of Grade conferences of
parents, teachers and Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman in various homes.
At these meetings, parents will
have an opportunity to learn
about programs carried in the
classroom. Mrs. Aaron Bookspan,
Mr. Benjamin Greene and Mrs.
Emanuel Grossman will serve on
the arrangements committee.
Homes already offered for these
conferences include those of Mrs.
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Maxwell Mangold, Mrs. Jack Bur-
ns, Mrs. Hylan Kout, Mrs. H. P.
Forrest, Mrs. Arthur Kimmel and
Mrs. Robert Strassburg.________
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classes will hold siyum Hasefer
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a Donor Luncheon later in the
season.
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FRIDAY, JANUARY ta
JEWISH FOLK CHORUS:

ssss sttr as S? r-nana sss.
^^ne^herafding .his as their "*j-"^^
Margaret reports that guest solo-.it will be "e
Cantor Jacob Barton, from Washington. This is tba Cantor whom
Jar Peerce begged to substitute for him. when Peerce *M un-
bb.s to fulfill an engagement ... .._...
Prixewinr.er Nar.cy Fairchild is the soprano ,potlht .. .
ol'^e ya=ru knowebvenow. is composed of -cellentlyrained
U thrilling voices, ardently rehearsed by the Ben Jomens.
'resident of the Corus' executive board is Esl.-.er Feldman .
Ore mwnbM of the board has the allunng ^Cmr,7S
which always prompts friends to cry, 'You can dr nk ...e.e an
ycu likebecause you're always in a Sober home!
VVolpert, Gottfried Betrothal Annomucl
Mr and Mrs. George VVolpert. ^^^^^
a. \li.iini. ajaj asaaaa^^-.
Mr ana mis. *"- 'vy-r
of 1776 SW 16th Avenue Miami.
announce the engagement of their
daughter. Carol Jane to Theo-
,)-,. Gottfried, son of Mr. and
Mrs David Gottfried, 4342 Sher-
idan Avenue. Miami Beach
The bride-elect graduated from
the Miami High School and at-
tended the University of Ala-
bama where she was a member
of Sigma Delta Tau sorority, the
University Press Club and the
editorial staffs of the campus
magazine and the freshman hand-
book She received her decree
from the University of Miami.
M Gottfried graduated from
the Miami Beach High School
and from Kingspoint Merchant
ne Academy. He also grad-
: from the School of Archi-
' lecture. University OI Florida,
[where he was a member of Gar-
I ,vles Honorary, the Honor
I and Pi Lambda Phi fra-
ternity. He is now a resident of
::Jo.
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Ba'bara Kroland
''-'-' Barbara Kroland
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Miss Carol J. VVolpert
Paul Ruthfield Bar Mitzvah At Center

aticr.s to Jewish / ; .-
! shins Kames -
-. a shame .
"GCT A JACOBSON?"
.". 5 R. Jacobs
Opera intermission taw Dr. Bad Mrs. Leo Wool chatting
tzzii lhe:r acquisitions with Dl ind V.rs. David Kirscfa who
(us: :ns:a:=d their choice in :.-.e:r new BOBM Bui what Chass
doesn't know is that my ."i::rf:r = ..? Triad Instantly caught
the atiectiort of Tennessee Williams when bi visited a: my ?-*:*
Fr:cay evening .
able.* And thaVs '
>.. B:
I tel
narre's Tennessee.*' S
Tennessee wears a :'.e = z cairn manner r.;v:: : = .<: _r.r.e:es-
s = :.:y, and makes ii a practice not to :.;:-< = any :: hil work in
prcgress. He offer; this a; id' .:: ts ;.. writers He ::: polite
ar.d controlled to display the real annoyance which most parsons
t... questions produce in .-.:. .
He and his crcr.d: = :.-.?: the M-yoer-o^d Episcopalian min-
ister, have idolised each z::.;z since the iay T;-.r.?ssee was ::::"..
"He's always beer, a :.-:- = :-:- :: bm says Srandiaiher. Even
w.'cn he was a tittle :'-..z he wrose masterpieces. And no one
knows his .'."ndemess. As See Tesaesaae the sneient :r.e is
St..eone to cherish ana ad::e When '. completely troubled."
he says. "I can si: there in the roosa naai Brandiathei and let
his spirituality infuse me
On Monday morning, they lef: (or X~ Waal
Films are in the makingas has not ywi bates :'!'_;:-
c: some of Tennessee's short s::::es ...'... :!: :::;: r_r. :
he is lh'e only genius I've ever met = -;:= -c 3 v i: rameenrnj
c: a mountainous experience merely t: iltz-k '. z z-tt- i.i .: :
w.:h the greatest playwright of our times
rOMPELLING is the word for 1 ;
B*. ard G ttect. 1 bad '.: i.pr. -:--
<--> ^te the deeor as he wis
flw er. less creative I :.-. H
i .-::-.'nded ce:.
by .egs. cross-beai other"
fi r's polished bh ck tile
and the clean-cut......
0] lary i r I!
OH THE BEAT:
Very cute honeymooning -
I ielphia. at the Seacombei She's Sue 1
Mrs Anna Kane will i tf for a tr.p to
T.'-:a.Trical representative Fr- 5. o....,
t:. :aken an apart-T.ent at the Eaitv.v-.v 7 -e*t
wit.-, verve and speed is vocalist 5:.
tt he nightly shows staged by Bonds for 1
>.' lour.gcs.
Attention-getting enrolee in C ; ,;,-
Ctian. from hometown Freeport. L.I., ~-"-.,-
T.- e .ard .c-aped upon her! ..
TO ALL Or YOU with your many good wishesthanks'
My Mother is ever so much better, and I ve convevec hat dai'v
ys-JI Best Wishes for recovery- y'
Engaged To Seaman
7. engagement of their
Barta an-
: nts, Mr. a::d
1011 Bay
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n-eled high
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Hia ; pter of D M
Ronald Paris Bar Mitzvah
H iward, son of Mr. and
tin Paris, of 1033 Vene-
uill become Bar Mitz-
rrow morning at the
. 3each Jewish Center. Rab-
. Lehrman will officiate.
morning, January 19th, at
Miami Beach Jewish Center, f^
bi Irving Lehrman will official!
The Bar Mitzvah is an
grade student at the Miiu
I Beach High School. He is all
' a member of the graduating clai
of the Center Hebrew Srhool and I
the Cantor of Its Junior Cor.pf|
j gation.
Levinsons Announce
: Birth Of Son
Annamae and Larry Lovinsonj
announce the birth of their son."!
Richard Joseph, who a: rived at,j
Mount Sinai Hospital last Decenvj
her 19th
\:.1t .1. StU'l. -
Paul Ruthfield
Paul Ruthfield. sort of Mr. and I
Mrs Max Ruthfield. 645 West !
Avenue. Miami Beach, will be-
come Bar Mitzvah tomorrow'
&
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LUNCHEON MEETING
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Wed. Jan. 23rd. 11 a.m. 3 p.m.
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for rrsprvatlons call
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: the .VA-ish Cultural Center. 429 Lenox Ave.. Mitmj Beach
on the topic concerning every Jew:
_ "Israel Between East And West"
Do not (ail to hear this outstanding author::-.-
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ia (ioHn Weds
^y Hediiian
i and Mrs. Ruby Golin, of
J.'t6th Street. Miami Beach,
Ijnce the marriage of their
liter, Gloria, to LeRoy Red-
son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Personally Speaking
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Baker, of Charleston, South Carolina,
are house guests of their daughter and son-in-law. Mr. and
Mrs Ben Friedman, 237 Verarde Avenue. Coral Gables. Spec-
HarriS,S * *
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Saffer, of 3321 SW 21st Street, were
hosts on Sunday at a Pidyon Haben honoring their son, Laur-
ence Stuart. A reception at which friends and relatives were
present, followed.
* *
A banquet honoring Mr. Barney Wachtel of Hartford, Con-
necticut, and Miami Beach, in observance of his 80th birthday,
was held Tuesday evening at the S & S Restaurant. Friends
and relatives flew here for the occasion. Mr. Wachtel resides
at 347 Washington Avenue.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Marks, of 4495 SW 2nd Street, Miami,
have as their guests Mr. and Mrs. George Berk and son, Donald,
of Philadelphia, annual visitors to this city.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Goldfinger, of 4480 SW 2nd Terrace,
Miami, are entertaining their daughter-in-law and grandchild-
ren, Mrs. Charles Goldfinger and Millie and Larry, who will
remain in the city for two months.
LICENSED HEBREW TEACHER
Searching position, experienced
all methods; also prepare for Bar
Milzvah lessons. Reasonable.
Phone 5-274S
1055 Lenox Avenue
Middle-Aged
Woman
Companion, nurse, child nurse.
Will do cooking in kosher home.
Phone 82-7054
SEE MILDRED KEITH'S
Medical Corsets
rjlves you relief from iMckache with
perfect fignri- ...ntiol; also blood < -
culatlon and rejuvenation ->f th*
glands of the body for both men and
women. CALL 3-5864
23SV.I S.W 12th Awe.
l.M.ildan Studio Photo)
Mrs. Le Roy Redman
nan, of Lake Shore Drive and
Illinois.
I ling took place last
5th, in the study of
\, Irving Lehrman.
bi ide wore a gown of
th hue and carried a white
covered by a white orchid
lialling stephanotis. A lace
kerchief given her bv Mrs.
Dh Redman, the groom's
er who wore the handker-
at i er own wedding, was
Included in the bridal outfit.
Edytfte Golin was her
maid of honor. The cou-
liv making their permanent
fcnee in Chicago following a
Etu honeymoon.
rdoii, fioTdstein
tmthal Told
pring wedding is being
i I y MisS Elinor J. Gor-
I569 Michigan Avenue, Mi-
Biiuh, and Gerald Gold-
101 SW 64th Court.
bride-elect is the daughter
;. Dorothy V. Gordon. New
|r. Connecticut. She attend-
University of South Caro-
Bnd is currently associated
i Miami insurance firm.
fiance, son of Mrs. Goldie
ktcin, Milwaukee, Wisconsin,
bed the University of Wis-
and graduated with a BBA
te from the University of
>i- A veteran of World War
served with the Air Force
iree vears.
The sixtieth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Lewis was celebrated on Sunday evening, December 29th, at the
Hotel Good, Miami Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis were married in
New York City and spent the early years of their marriage there.
They moved to Westchester County, New York, over 50 years
ago. and have been residents of Miami Beach for the past 5 years.
The Lewises have four children. Cemelia of New York. J. Gerald
and Cyril A. of Miami Bleach, and Harold, of Los Angeles. They
also have seven grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
Among the guests attending the celebration were Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Wilchins of Tuckahoe. New York; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lewis
and Miss Dianne Lewis, of Los Angeles, California; and Mrs.
Leeonard A. Lewis, of Ft. Riley, Kansas; Dr. and Mrs. Henry
Lehrburger of Denver, Colorado; Miss Victoria Lewis, of Tampa
and Miami; and Mr. and Mrs. Cyril A. Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Gerald Lewis, Mrs. John F. Stern. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lewis and
Master Jeffrey Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert E. Kaufman. Mrs.
Esther Kaufman, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Goldweber. Mrs. Mary
Reamer, Miss Lillian Danxiger and Mr. Isadora Hassenbusch, of
St. Joseph, Missouri.___________
Freddy Calo Plays
At Golden Slipper
Freddy Calo and his Latin
American nine-piece orchestra
will open at the Golden Slipper
tomorrow night, at 1 a.m., and
will be featured nightly there-
after with continuous dance mus-
ic until 5 a.m.
Miss Eileen M. Roth
Eileen Roth Plans
Summer Ceremony
The engagement or Miss Eil-
een Mona Roth and Edward Le-
vine has been announced by the
bride-elect's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Roth, of 1612 SW
14th Terrace.
Miss Roth graduated from the
Miami High School, where she
was a member of the Good Sa-
maritan Club and is now employ-
ed in the secretarial staff of the
Miami Police Department. Her
fiance, son of Mr. and Mrs. Her-
man Levine, 3424 SW 6th Street,
also graduated from the Miami
High School.
An engagement dinner was
recently held in honor of the
couple. They plan a New York
wedding in the summer.
INTRODUCTORY SERVICE
RABBI S. STEINBERG. Counselor
Single people of all aoes who are
seeking Friends and companion
hip: Come, and loin this Club.
Selected Membership, Profession-
als, as well as all others, don't
delay, come today.
Registration Fee Reasonable
Strictly Confidential
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Phones 5-5392 or 58-2138
Concert Violinist
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methods for beginners. Also man-
dolin instruction.
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really hits the spot with the man of
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so many wives agree, when there's so
much mor* pleasure in a cup of this
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FRIDAY. JANUARY
18,
PAGE 8 A
Capacity Crowd
Hears Dr. Silver
A capacity audience
1.800 persons heard D:
ba Hille] Silver launch I
I ined J Appe:..
at the Miami B-
lentei -he urge::
; support of Amen
insui [si
cial crisis
Silver ]
unusual for a
nation to be in need Oi
tance an
g about Americans being
d to help. He empha
ntrast fact that more
than three billion dollars had
. poured into Western Ger-
many through the channels of
the Marshall Plan and that Great
Britain. France and other leading
nations of the world had receiv-
ed large amounts of money from
the United States.
Carl Weinkle. General Cam-
paign chairman for the 1952
Drive, welcome men and women
in the capacity audience into the
ranks of workers and as contrib-
utors in the vital Campaign.
Dan B. Ruskin. president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, described the seven local
agencies which are also bene-
ficiaries of the 1952 Combined
Jewish Appeal. Rabbi Morns
Ski o delivered the invocation.
and Rabbi Irving Lehrman intro-
duced Dr. Silver. The program
also included numbers by the
ni Beach Jewish Center
Choir under the direction of Rob-
Strasburg and vocal solos y C in-
t< David Silverman.
Victor Hotel Guests
Have 71st Anniversary
Gu Victor H U
I B :

Dr Irvii g Kram
a -
Penr.j
TTk Kra :
llyn n ts for 47 years ai
; >th 71 yei
Seer Resident Of M am, Beach^Jo^^^^
... association I Annual Ban,M '

\ rmei mei M'?mi
re Board. I
and
..... Be-a Civil Service Board. Ho.-
be held on
March 16th.
BanquH^
Sundav eveJ
Obituaries
Barth Unveiling
The dedication of a monui ni
e memorv of the late Jack
I th, formerly of 436 S\V 3rd
t will take place Sui
lary 20th at 10 a.m.. at Mt.
: Memorial P netery
Rabbi Abraham Cassel of-
ting. Mr. Bart is
his brother. Harry, of Pom-
. and a sister, Mrs. Estelle
ach, of >*ew York. Mr. Barth
i member of the S
.'. ciation.
. angements are in rgi
er's Miami Monun i I
; friends and relati'
I to be present.
Kushen Chosen
Editor Of Law
School Quarterly
Allan Staid : Kusl n B
1908 Ca!a:> Drive, was appointed
editor of the Miami Law Q
terlv. University of Miami Law
Scrbol publication, last week.
Kushen will keep the post, one
I of the highest honors the Uni-
versity bestows, ur.tii Jure. 19S2,
! when" he will receive his law |
i degree.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Barney
Kushen. of 1569 Meridian Aven-
ue, he has been a student at the
University of Miami since 1947.
The Law Quarterly is circu-
: to all members of the Bar
Ass iation and ir.corporaU -
legal writings of students and
. written 5 thi n I
most prominent attorneys. K
en has been associated with the
Quart- rlv sin i mber. 1950.
Editoi
prior is most recent ap;
ment.
Kushen be! >ngs I Phi
Phi, a legal I
I : m Delta Kapi
....
treasurer of thi
Law S rtudenl
L I
y I
and
also acquired
-.: the land o
n the '; Avenue
Post Offii
with Morris Alpert.,
Alpert, Incorporated, in 19J4. and
-us until |
Mason |
belonged to
B'nai
Organization
ffiliated
with Temple Israel. He was an
a, live member of the Miami
Beach Realty Board and the
Greater Miami Insurance Board. I
Mr. Kahn leaves his wife. Ida,
a son, Arthur, a daughter. Mrs.
Harriet Zeientz. all of Miami
Beach, as well as a brother and
two sisters, including Shirley
Rogers, of Miami Beach.
Services were at the Miami

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MRS ROUE RAM ER
Beach Riverside last Wednesday |
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' nmrning. with interment on |
Mount r'ebo Cemetery.
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Tropical Lodge Plans
Community Dance
Tickets are on sale now for the
1952 Community Service I
annually by Tropical Lodge.
B'nai B'nth.
fifth consecutive affair
will take place Saturday even-
Januarv 26th. at T
Beth El.
Sam Kessler is general chair-
man.
Quick Money to Meet Your Quota1
Educational Doll with Jewish Songi
Objects and Handicraft Suggeitiom
PARENTS BUY
ON SIGHT.
LITTLE GIRLS
LOVE IT
fig*
' IRDHOARII DOM. WITH RES.I. HIR
1'IK VOl R BET SI M) || M To
DELL DOLL COMPANY
P.O. Boj 1331, Atlanta. Gl
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TWENTY-FIFTH ANNIVERSARY
Sun. Jan. 20 8:JI
M B. Au
Mon. Jan. 2: 8:31
Dade Cc. Aud.
THE UNIV. OF MIAMI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
JOHN BITTER. Conductor
Fourth Concert
RUBINSTEIN
Schubert UnfinishedRachmaninoff Pino |
Concerto No. 2
Monday Concert Completely Sold Out-,.
Some Good Seats for Sunday Conctrt "I
T.ckrta: $3.08 2.4 2.16 8r Mt itj
U ot M. 87.4960. 3-2317: M.B. Aud.t-Mf.
M.B Radio Co.; Dade County Ai.d.-42H(
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D. Rosner Management
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LAWS
HOTEL UUUli
ON THE OCEANFR0NT AT 43rd ST.
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
DINING AT ITS FINEST
Dinner Served
6:00 to 8:00 p.m.
Reservations
58-1451
Dr. Harry M. Zimmerman,
chief of the Laboratory Divis-
ion. Mo n t e f i o r e Hospital,
Bronx, New York, has been
named Director of the Medical
School of Yeshiva University.
Dr. Samuel Belkin. president of
the university, announced last
week. This is the first ap-
pointment made to the new
medical school, which is sched-
uled to ooen in the Fall of
1953. Dr. Zimmerman will be
in charge of the academic or-
ganization and administration
of the school.
Lyons' Jewish Programs
Attorney end ni I N
: I on the Jew-
Vai iety li .. tow
|y over st it ms WMBM
WITT, will discuss UJA A
son Ir. American;.-
1:30 to 2 p.m. On Sunday, :
2 tp 3 p.m.. he win talk (in Is-
r t C........ :. .
MARiAN
ANDERSON
CONCERT
J@ make it FIRST on your menu
chicken
soup
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LET'S SING TOGETHER!
AT THE 20th YEAR ANNIVERSARY
CONCERT
in honor of
Jacob S PIONEER IN JEWISH RADIO PROGRAMS
which will De presented at the
MIAMI BEACH HIGH SCHOOL
14th Street 8c Drexel Axenue. Miami Beach. Florida
Sunday. January 20th, 8:30 p.m. Ticktt $1.50-$2.00 (tax iJ|
HZ TH BAKERS OF WORIO-^AMOUS MANISCHEWITZ MATZ
Dade County Auditorium
JANUARY 25th
TICKETS ON SALE
D-ide County Al.d |
Ph. :
ml Btach o-
Ph H
Main off,r- l047
Ph. | .
Associated Stores
*3 W. F.aB| St
?r* Ave.
te
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ON THE OCEAN
12th ST. & OCEAN DRIVE
MIAMI BIACH
(Waldman Management)
ENJOY THE FINEST FRIDAY NIGHT
DINNER ON THE BEACH
In Our Air Conditioned Dining Room
Open to the Public
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IDAY. JANUARY 18, 1952
Sports. Show
ilalril For
rhrii.-irv 8th
[Paul C Warren, general man-
L, df the Greater Miami Sports
Ed Vacation Show, announced
fat final plans are being com-
letcd lor the opening of the
[.,:, moth show at the Miami
,'a, h Auditorium on February
[To run through the 8th, the
ila eight-day show, sponsored by
Greater Miami Sportsman's
)ague, will feature many ex-
its ;ind performances by stars
[im the sport's world. Hundreds
exhibitors' booths will display
_ newest equipment for sports-
m and vacationers, alike.
According to Warren, the dis-
lys -.vcrc set up to be of over-
interest to enthusiasts of all
pular sports, as well as to those
1 in various hobbies and
travelers. An indoor water
k will be utilized for log-roll- I PnUl.: *!,.-, n;,.,,
, and canoctating, for demon- a>t>1 Narot Discusses
biKui of retriever dogs and for Drama At Forum
|er event* Also featured will
the choosing of a Miss Out-
11 Of 1952. Preliminary corn-
is slated throughout the
-lit days and finals will take
Jewish Home Holds
Annual Meeting
. The annual membership meet-
'nof the, Jfwish Home for the
Aged will be held on Sunday
January 27th. 2 p.m.. at Douglas
.Gardens, 150 NE 53rd Street.
Elections to the Board for a
3 year term will take place at
rl?1"18' The Nominating
Committee, comprised of M J
Kopclwitz. chairman. Abe Kur-
man Mrs. Baron de Hirsch Mey-
er, Benjamin Meyers and Monte
Selig will recommend candidates
tor election. They include:
Leo Allen, Mrs. Ida Appel, S.
I. Bernbaum. Sam Blank, Irving
Cypen, Daniel M. Broad. Harry
Danziger, Mrs. Jer.nie GrOBSing-
er, Mrs. Rebecca Krieger. Dr.
Charles Lippow, Mrs. A. B. Mov-
ers Mrs. Peggy Palmer. Joseph
M. Rose, Mrs. Mollie Silverman
and George Wolpert.
+Jewis*nnrlrli?>r>
PAGE 9 A
Etc on the closing night.
\ionisl Youth
teet Monday
rhe Greater Miami Zionist
kuih Commission will hold a
ktiny in its new home, the
Ireau of Jewish Education
Jilding. 135 NW 3rd Avenue,
Monday, January 21st, 8:15
p., announced S. A. Goodman,
(irman of the local Commis-
B,
Goodman stated that the new
ice will serve not only the
kmi area but the entire state
lFlonda. The Youth Commis-
i meeting will also serve to
oduce the new Florida direc-
for the Zionist Youth Com-
ion, Sy Friedman.
charge of arrangements for
mieting and reception is Mrs.
Lesowoder. Assisting her will
In Mesdames Bertram Miller,
eph Pardo, Al Osheroff, H.
I-V r, and E. Chernoff.
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot, of Tem-
ple Israel, will review the rec-
ently published drama, Dcr Reb-
be Foon Kotzk. by Zvi Cahan, at
the regular weekly meeting of
Der Yiddisher Forum tomorrow
evening, 8:30 p.m., at 420 Lincoln
Road, Miami Beach.
Rabbi Narot will examine the
drama's central figure as a pro-
vocative character in Chassidic
lore and as the founder of a new
Chassidic school.
\pttvh IllltlK h
tier* Courtu>
he second semester of a glam-
course will be offered to
\ of the Beach Branch,
ati r Miami Jewish Commun-
I'
will be held on Mon-
Wi'dnesdays, from l to
> Student! will be examin-
hv >< physician for posture
and then given individual
i wrcises by Thelma
"" and Jerry Carver. Diets
ie charts will also be
each student. _______
[Kosher Killed
Chickens
TENNESSEE
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[WHOLESALE & RETAIL
Phones 9-2585 9-7981
1340 S.W. 8th St.
Beth Sholom lias
Film Foruin
M. H. Strassberg, educational
director of Temple Beth Sholom,
announces the second of a series
of five film forums exploring the
subject. Growing Up Emotionally:
From Childhood To Maturity.
The forum will take place Wed-
nesday evening, January 16th,
8:45 p.m., in the Banquet Hall of
the Temple.
Scheduled for showing is. Meet-
ing The Emotional Needs In
Children, one of the films pro-
duced by the Department of
Child Study at Vassar College.
Moderator for the meeting will
be Dr. I. Lee Fishbein, consult-
ant to the Child Guidance Clinic
of the Dade County Board of
Public Instruction and Health De-
partment.
This series is co-sponsored by
the PTA of the Beth Sholom Re-
ligious School.
Artur Rubinstein will appear with the University of Miami Sym-
phony Orchestra under the direction of John Bitt'ar on Sunday
evening, January 20th, at the Miami Beach Auditorium and on
Monday evening, January 21st, at the Dade County Auditorium.
Mr. Rubinstein will perform Serge Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto
No. 2 in C. Minor. The program is also scheduled to include
Franz Schubert's Symphony No. 8 in B Minor (Unfinished) and
Paul Hindemiih's Symphonic Metamorphosis of Themes by Weber.
Amaranth Elects
Mrtt. Etha Mieek
Mrs. Etha Beck was installed
as Royal Matron of the Laurel
Court II, Order of the Amaranth,
at a public ceremony last Satur-
day evening in the International
Order of Odd Fellows Temple,
215 NW 4th Street, Miami.
Other officers installed were
David Cohn, Royal Patron; Mrs.
Eva Daniels, Associate Matron;
Mrs. Henrietta Apner, secretary;
Mrs. Jackie Litwin, treasurer;
Mrs. Eva Krohn, Condructress;
and Mrs. Ruth Meltzer, Associ-
ate Conductress.
Trustees are Mrs. Rose Meltzer,
Mrs. Sue Freeman and Mrs. Dian
Steiner. Mrs. Camille Winkle-
man and Mrs. Teresa Brand will
be Marshalls. Also to be install-
ed are Mrs. Ruth Solomon, Mrs.
Ted Weiss Hoover, Mrs. David
Cohn and Mrs. Samuel Ausland-
er.
Mrs. Ben Johnson was music-
ian.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 146555
DOROTHEA S. WKINKH.
riainliff.
VB.
JESS J. WEINER, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: JESS J. WEI NEK.
tM East :nth Street,
Patereon, Now Jersey
You. JESS J. WEINER, are hereby
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed aRainst you,
and you are required to nerve a copy
of your Answer or I'leadinK to the
Hill of Complaint on the plaintiff's
Attorneys. MYERS. HKI.MAN & KAP-
LAN. (50 BeybOtd HiiiWlliiK. Miami,
Florida, and file the original Answer
Or Pleading In the office of th> Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
I8th day of February. 1(61 If you
fail to do so, judgment by default will
be taken against you for th.- relief
di landed in the mil of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami,
Florida, this Ifith day of January,
A.D. IM2.
K B. I.EATHBRMAN,
clerk. Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By Wli, W. STOCKING,
ity Clerk
MYERS, Hi:I.MAN A KAPLAN
Attorneys for Plaintiff
8.10 Seybold Building
.Miami. Floi Ida
Moral Re-Armament Assembly
Presents Jotham Valley Tomorrow
Jotham Valley, the sparklinR
| musical play that made all Mi-
ami talk, is back again. The play
will be produced in the Dade
1 County Auditorium tomorrow ev-
, ening in connection with the As-
sembly of the Americas for^Moral
i Re-Arniament.
Leland Holland, Ilene Godfrey
and the original cast of fifty-five
will recreate the gay musical of
the western cattle country, with
its lilting music, colorful sets and
bold lighting. Leading the full
theatre orchestra will be Dr. Will
Reed. The quartette and the mis-
chevious Waggle kids, terrors of
the ranch, will round out the
production
ances of the plays are at the
special price of One Dollar and
can be obtained at the Dade
County Auditorium Box Office
or by telephoning 2-4164. Cur-
tain time for all performances is
8:30 p.m.
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films of camp activities this ev-
ening. 7:30 p.m. at the Robert
Special preview performances Rich tor Hotel. Miami Beach.
of a new play. And the Cock
Crew, will be presented Wednes-
day, Thursday and Friday, Janu-
ary 16th, 17th and 18th, by the
producers of Jotham Valley. A
gripping drama of modern Wash-
ington, it deals with significant
issues of the day. Adding to its
own laurels, the world-famed
play. The Forgotten Factor, will
be filled with humor.
All three plays are presented
in connection with the Assembly
which has been in session this
week. Its principal theme has
been the creation of unity. Tick-
ets for the Assembly perform-
Thc camp sites emphasize the
western motif and include 2,500
acres at the foot of Pikes Peak
of hay fever-free climate. Rid-
ing, sports and cultural activities
make up the Hermann schedule
which enters its 25th season this
year.
Lee Herman, director of the
Youth Ranches, will be the guest
of N. Doug Raff, 860 Lakeview
Drive, Miami Beach, for one
week, and he may be reached
for information by telephoning
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Highlight of the January meet-
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committee report on its meeting
with J. T. Kelly, Assistant Direc-
tor of Instruction, State Depart-
ment of Education, and with Dr.
James T. Wilson, Superintendent
of the Dade County Board of Pub-
lic Instruction.
Kelly met with the committee
for the purpose of observing
member schools and also to dis-
cuss the work of self-evaluation
now proceeding. Expressing ap-
proval of the work of the Associ-
ation, Kelly said that he saw no
reason why it should not be rec-
ognized bv the State Department
of Education as valid self-evalu-
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the hope that the association con-
stitution-and the standards cri-
teria fnight be accepted b^ pri-
vate schools in other parts of
Florida.
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Aronovitz To
H B'rith Council
Sidney Aronoxitz. local Miami
attorney, has been elected presi-
dent of the- B'nai B'rith Council
of South Florida.
Past preside: t of the Miami
m Lodge. B'nai B'rith. ana
past president of the Junior Sec-
tion. Dade County Bar Ass
- n, Aronovitz plans I
every effort
tration to increase the organiza-
tion's membershio in this area
by emphasizing the vari
ts of Jewish communitj life and
programs sponsored bv B'nai
B'rith both locally and nationally.
Other officers elected to serve
with Mr. Aronovitz were A. J-
Kaplan and Samuel Shapiro,
vice presidents: Alvin Budrer.
recording secretary: Marvin Rau-
zm. financial secretary: and Al-
bert Beer, treasurer.
liable* Women
Mi are Fashion
Show Luneheon
B'nai B'rith Women of Coral
Gables will culminate their mem-
bership campaign by celebrating
with a dessert luncheon and
ion show at the Colonv R ant on January 22r.d. 12:30 p.m..
Mrs. Sax. Freeman is in c
of the arrangements.
Fashions by the Dodi Drake
Shop of Coral Gable- will be
modeled by members The
els' coi:fures will be .-" l<
Mr. F. Emest of the C ral 3at
Beauty Salor._________________
B'nai B'rith Groups
To Donate Blood
The Miami Beach Lodge of
B'nai B'rith. in conjunction with
the Miami Beach B'nai B'rith
Women, haw < '
dav. February 13tl
to d I '
Beth SI :; SI
and Chas A
- il L'nil
Blood Bank *
ae stati< tied e from o
D.m.. on. ,
'

Beach Lodge *
a gold lapel -
ed bj rces.
Spinoza Outdoor Forum
Hears Dr. Michelson
Dr. Donald D. Mi lirec-
tor of H:Ilel H I the Lni-
vi rsity of Miami, will tx guest
*peakl.r a: the Spin za Out I r
Forum. 11th 5t I e
Court. Miami Bea I *
ft rri :.. 3 pa-
Dr son's topi
-.- A Hist rj
Immigrati n In America A
: : A
W Its
Hialeah Luncheon
The Ladies Auxiliary "
Spnngs .'
Center a taking '"-"
: their Lunchc r

23rd it 12 3
Molvin Harris
wak At '
Kriih Luncheon
M S. Han,, of Colunga.
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'. S K I l
The Lu "'-' i
jTairam
I program
S Miller.
I Luncheon Com-
mittee. __
Pioneer Women
Meet Tuesday
The Pioneer Women. Golda
Mvers ot Miami, will hold
ting on Tuesday ev-
i January 22r.d 8:1s p .m.,
-.. Congregation Beth fcl.
Mrs. Paul Kunin. who is cele-
: ier 125th wedding anni-
.:: less of 'hl
.ng.
Judith Youngerman's
Students Give Dance
Judith Youngi rmi modern
:.::_. d< monstration in
. : studi "- participated
last Sunday at hei studio, 743
il< ird. _____
Rabbis of Greater Miami greet Dr. Abba Hillel SiWtr, who 1
launched the 1952 Combined Jewish Appeal, an public M
ast week. Shown (left to right) at a tM held prior ,0 |2|
meeting are Rabbi Joseph Narot. Habbi Irring Lehrm.n 3
Rabbi Max Shapiro. Seated ara Dr. SUrar and Rabbi l|
Kronish._________________________-Av Miami Zionists
Elect Officers
The Miami Zionist District will
hold an election meeting on Jan-
uary 24th. 8 p.m., at the Beth El
Auditorium.
In addition to the election of
officers, a panel discussion has
been arranged on the subject:
Should Zionism Continue In The
United States. Rabbi Moses Mes-
iheloff representing Mizrachi, Sol
Ashkenazy representing Labor
Zionism, and Seymour Liebman
representing General Zionists will
participate. Rabbi Max Shapiro
will be moderator._______________
District Emory Club
Hears Dr. Miller
Dr. H. P. Miller. Dean of
lower division, Emory Uri
sity, will address the Miami
trict Emory Club when it
brates its 115th anniversary
the Miamian Restaurant, on
day, January 25th, 7:30 p.m.
Dr. Colquitt Pearson, pi
of the local organization,
that 365 alumni and 87
of Emory stuaents trom this
have been invited to hear
Miller. Alumni from 20
munities have been invited
' attend.
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+J*Ubfk>ridlian
>nard Rose
Ibstitutes For
itigorsky
University- of Miami Sym-
y Orchestra has announced
jnno in program for its Feb-
f 10th and 11th performance
Minally scheduled to appear,
Piiitigorsky, 'cellist, has
! to cancel his concert
Bgcments for the remainder
je music season due to ill-
Leonard Rose has agreed
-schedule his own tour in
to substitute for Mr. Piati-
y.
Rose will perform Ernest
's Shelomo Rhapsody as a
,- '..> Jewish Music Month.
recent Columbia recording of
Hebrew tone poem has been
Kaiastfadly compared to the
fiderably earlier Victor pro-
;jon performed by the late
Inucl Fcuermarj.
lr a long tirng, Mr. Rose was
cellist for the New York
rarmonic Orchestra. His
notable appearances includ-
porks by Haydn, Saint Saens
[Dv rak under the direction
krturo Toscanmi. More rec-
f, .Mi. Rose retired from his
cellist's chair at the New
PI ilharmonjc so that he
ite himself exclusively
Sncvrt activities.
M* It SUM'II TO
Ml Experiences
tst&ndtng Personalities Of
W. rid Of Sport will form a
h Mic.-ussion on the subject:
Jns And Tears Of Jews In
hi. at the Men's Club of the
| ire Jewish Center, on
Desday evening, January
at 8 p.m.
[ nfeld, formerly of the
\k]. i Dodgers and famed
.. of the University of Al-
Ross Sobel. golf profes-
and Councilman Bernard
Ik. national tennis star and
p ndball champion, will
their experiences at the
laJ program of the Men's
|aartterlfSTRfi*ershop Quar-
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is awarded to the best quar-
t 30A
PAGE HA
Appoint Zionist District As Scrip Agent |Beth David Sis,ers Have \b***w muaw
Eternal Light Program For Re-elevtion

The monthly meeting of the
'Beth David Sisterhood was held
| last Wednesday afternoon at the
[Synagogue. Mrs. Harry Laufer
pn sided.
State Superintendent of Public
Instruction Thomas D. Bailey
qualified for re-election yester-
day with a pledge that he would
i "continue to do all in my power
Highlignt of the meeting was;to keep Florida's public schools
the presentation of an Eterr.al j marching ahead as thev have dur-
Lignt program called. How They ing the past four years."
Knock The Devil Out Of Uncle
Ezra. The cast included the Mes-
- Pr.il Abrams, Sam Dick-
' son, Ben Hertz, Hairy Laufer.
IFiank Rose. Max Shapiro. Her-
;bcrt Sher and Lawrence Simkin.
The Sisterhood plans a Family
Dinner for Sunday evening, Jan-
uary 27th, at 5 p.m.
Adult k rW ___ lc" t uegan, me average an
Pll*e I OmOi*POW salary paid instructional person-
Bailey cited numerous g.
made bv the public school sys-
tem since he has been State Su-
perintendent but warned that "we
still have a long way to go be-
fore our schools attain the high
standards that have been set for
them by all true friends of edu-
cation."
"Teachers' salaries furnish a
good example," the veteran edu-
cator declared. "Since my present
term began, the average annual
She
Associated
ulhLinT n r "o > *%*" B' Liebman. Harry J. Sonz
te iJtZTL&iZS *& ** *h* ma*or Purchases the first Scrip
to Israel certificate in the name of 1W Aviv's Mayor Rokeach.
Road, or at the premises of Harry
liami's
)istinctive
ireyhound
Track
\DM. 25?
Dr. Louis G. Lytton, president
of the Israel Zionist District, an-
nounced that his organization has
been appointed a local agent for
Scrip to Israel, Incorporated.
Mayor D. Lee Powell, of the
City of Miami Beach, purchased
the first certificate sold by the
District as a gift on his behalf to
Mayor Rokeach of Tel Aviv,
Scrip to Israel, of which Bart-
ley C. Crum is president, has a
i chain of stores throughout var-
ious cities of Israel. Gift certifi-
cates may now be mailed direet-
> ly to the beneficiary in Israel who
; can then go to one of Scrip's
stores and purchase vitally need-
! ed food, toilet articles and drugs.
Certificates are issued in denom-
inations of $10, $15 and $25.
Dr. Lytton annomeed that Sey-
mour B. Liebman and" Harry J.
| Sonz are the chairmen for this
project which is part of the over-
all program to aid residents of
Israel in supplementing their diet
under the extreme austerity pro-
gram prevailing in that country.
Certificates may be purchased
at the office of the Israel Zionist
District, Room 510, 420 Lincoln
Shapiro Addresses Szold
Group Of Hadassah
Mrs. Barnett Bcckerman, edu-
cation chairman of the Szold
Group, Hadassah, announces that
its Luncheon Club will meet on
Monday, January 21st, 12:30 p.m.,
at the Delano Hotel. Harold Sha-
piro, president of the Miami
Beach Zionist District, wBl speak
on the subject The Future Of
American Jewry.
The Adult Social Group an-
nounces its plans for a Mid-Seas-
on Dance Social tomorrow even-
ing in the auditorium of the
Greater Miami Jewish Commun-
ity Center's Miami Branch, 450
SW 16th Avenue.
A bottle of Champagne will
J. Sonz, 1595 Washington Avenue. ; be the prize to the winner of a
The certificates do not deprive novel Champagne Dance con-
the beneficiary in Israel of any of ducted by Jeannet Pearlman,
the rations allocated them by the chairman of the evening Folk
u> lllc dancing w,u follow under the di-
Goverr.ment. rection of Erwin Stern.
nel in all Florida schools has in-
creased from $2,849.96 to ap-
proximately $3,260 at the present
time."
Announces Association
Joseph A. Rayvis this week
announced his new asociation
with the New York Stock Ex-
change Firm of Francis I. DuPont
and Company, 2809 Collins Ave-
nue, Miami Beach. Rayvis was
formerly president of the J. A-
Rayvis Company.
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li^Jlewwiislh-IEIIiOiPtdliiaun! ^S^s'TT""Uttares "
Philosophy At U of M
5-AMI. FLORIDA.
FRIDAY. JANUARY 18. 1952
SEC. E
[emple Israel Holds
Jewish Institute For
ftristian Ministers
I An Institute on Judaism for
Christian Ministers of Greater
Miami will be held at Temple
Israel of Miami, on Monday, Jan-
Lry 28th.
[ Some 75 members of the Great-
er Miami Ministerial Association
[re expected to attend. Dr. Jos-
eph R- Narot, Rabbi of Temple
Israel in charge of the Insti-
Cte, has announced.
I The Lecturer will be Dr. Sam-
liel S. Cohon, Professor of Liturgy
nd Theology at the Hebrew Un-
i allege in Cincinnati. Dr.
lohon's subject will be The Or-
>in And Development Of Prayer
Judaism. He is the author of
We Jews Believe and co-
g-at i r with the theologion, F.
i Roll, of Christianity And Juda-
8m Compare Notes.
Dr. Cohon was the editor of
I: Department of Theology of
[ ently published universal
J, w ish Encyclopedia. He is a
Graduate of the Hebrew Union
college and has occupied his prcs-
fcn: position for more than 25
reai -
I e Institute is sponsored by
emple Isiael and the Union of
.rrerican Hebrew Congregations,
irhich is the parent body of Re-
io. m Judaism in America. The
fcchsions will begin at 10 a.m., and
knil include a luncheon at which
Ihf ministers will be guests of
ihe Congregation.
Martha Sharp
To Address
Sponsors' Tea
Martha Sharp, humanitarian
leader and director of Children
To Palestine, will speak on Tues-
day, January 22nd, at the Wom-
en's Unit Sponsor's Tea in be-
half of the 1952 Combined Jew-
ish Appeal, it has been announc-
ed by Mrs. Louis Glasser, Wom-
en's Unit chairman.
The affair, scheduled for 1:30
p.m., at the home of Mrs. Bess
Nelson, will be the second in a
series of weekly teas, luncheons,
and brunches sponsored by var-
ious Womens Division units each
Tuesday. Mrs. Leo Chaikin, Mrs.
Hyman S. Kaplan, Mrs. Carl
Susskind and Mrs. Nelson will act
as co-chairmen of the Tea, and
will be assisted by a committee
consisting of the Mesdames
George Goldberg, David Harris,
Benjamin Kohl, Harry Koretzky.
Louis S. Krensky, Chester Krone.
Samuel Lipton, Samuel T. Sapiro.
I William D. Singer and Harold
| Turk.
The guest speaker helped to
found the Children To Palestine
organization in 1943. She has as-
sisted in raising funds for sending
refugee children to Israel, and,
in connection with this wotk she
made four trips to Israel person-
ally to observe steps being taken
to care for the 55,000 children
rescued and sent there through
the Youth Aliyah.
With the assistance of Mel Al-
len, prominent radio sportscaster,
Mrs. Sharp initiated Operations
Sports For Israel in 1948, which
sent tons of free sports equip-
ment from the children of the
United States to the children of
Israel. She has been active in
relief work since 1939, and has
served with her husband. Rever-
end Waitstill Hastings Sharp, as
co-director of the United States
Relief Agencies in Czechoslovak-
ia, and the American Red Cross
in France. Besides aiding child-
ren, Mrs. Sharp has also ben in-
strumental in helping many adult
refugees, among them the famed
literary personalities, Franz Wer-
Martha Sharp
fel and Lion Feuchtwar.ger, to
escape from Nazi Germany and
reach the United States.
Balkin Attends League
Meeting In Daytona
Gilbert J. Balkin, Director.
Florida Regional Office. Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith, will attend the Mid-Win-
ter Executive Board Meeting of
B'nai B'rith District Grar.d-Lodge
Number 5. to be held at the Prin-
cess Issena Hotel, Daytona Beach,
from Saturday evening. January
19th, through Monday noon, Jan-
uary 21st.
Balkin will be a featured
speaker on the panel presenta-
tion, B'nai B'rith In Action, which
will follow the banquet on Sun-
day evening. He will report on
the Florida bombings and dis-
cuss the role of the Anti-Defam-
ation League in strengthening
democracy and advancing human
relations.
Israel's most distinguished mathematician. Dr. Abraham Halevi
Fraenkel, will give two lectures at the University of Miami on
Tuesday evening, January 22nd. 8 p.m., and on Wednesday after-
noon. January 23rd. 1:30 p.m.. in the Student club.
In his Tuesday lecture Dr. Fraenkel. who is chairman of the
, Mathematics Department of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem,
t will discuss mathematics and ... ~j u
philosophy before the university's I Club, he will be presented by
students and faculty. The campus Professor Ira Rosenbaum, o. the
Mathematics and Philosophy i University of Miami Department
j clubs are sponsoring the lecture, I of Mathematics. Wednesday. Dr.
i which will also be open to the i Berthold Friedl. professor of Lin-
I public. j guistics and Methodology, will la-
Hit second lecture, sponsored troduce Dr. Fraenkel.
j by the UIT division at the uni- |
jversity. will be devoted to a dis-
cussion of Israel ard its institu-
tions of higher learning, the He-
brew University. Weiacnann In-
stitute and Technion.
Dr. Fraenkel. who comes here
from lectures at Yale, will arrive
Monday night. He expects to
spend five days in relaxation at
the Blackstone Hotel. Miami
Beach.
Born in Munich in 1891. he re-
ceived his Ph.D. degree at Mar-
burg University in 1914. and fol-
lowed his scholarly career ;n Ger-
many until 1929. when he joined !
the Hebrew University as profes-
tor of mathematics. From 1919
until 1929. he taught in the Uni- .
versities of Marburg and Kiel,
where his brilliance as a mathe-
matician first became recognized.
At the Hebrew University, he
' served as dean of the Faculty of
i Arts, 1930-31. and in 1935. he was
I appointed Dean of the Faculty of.
| Science by Professor Chaim Weiz-
mann. In this administrative post,
he served until 1938. when he
was made rector of the Uni-
versity.
Since 1943. he has been head of
the Israel Centre for Adult Edu-
cation and is currently president
of B'nai B'rith's district grand
lodge. No. 14, in Israel. He was
delegate at the 1921 Zionist Con-
gress in Karlsbad.
One of the highest honors in
Jewish learning was bestowed on
Dr. Fraenkel in 1946. by Dropsie
College, Philadelphia, when he
was giver, the degree of Doctor
of Hebrew Letters, honoris causa.
He has lectured on mathemati-
cal and philosophical subjects in
20 universities in this country,
including Harvard. Yale, Chicago
and Princeton. At his Tuesday
lecture in the upper lounge of the
University of Miami Student
ALL TIED UP WITH THE
JUBILEE Jules Gillette.
Lincoln Road merchant and
president of tin Men's Fashion
Guild, has been named chair-
man of the Men's Fashion Unit.
Mount Sinai Hospital Jubilee,
by Leonard Wien, chairman of
the Jubilee committee. The
February 28th show will take
place in the Miami Beach Aud-
itorium and will be headed by
Ed Sullivan, rationally-known
newspaper columnist and pro-
ducer of his own television
show. Toast Of The Town,
Abe Kurman has been named
chairman of the Flying Squad-
ron Division in the 1952 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal, it has
been announced by Carl Wein-
kle. campaign chairman. The
Group was originated by Kur-
man several years ago during
the annual drive for funds for
the purpose of giving p-arsonal
attention to special prospects.
The Division will concentrate
on the Trade Unit in the com-
ing campaign. Arrangements
will be made by chairman Kur-
man for outstanding commun-
ity leaders to confer with those
top business men whose full
schedules prevent their attend-
ance at meetings, dinners and
other special events.
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Conference Of Jewish Women's
Organizations Has Puppet Plays
LswRrt i
^Sd^tr'Thu.-sday. January 24,., a, the Sax ny Hotels
Pagoda Room, the combination. ^^ MonU, g^ sunj
social and educational event will [flyers Anna Brenner M
start at 11 a.m. In addition to the ..;rl \Veinkle. Milton Sirkin,
theatrical production, the princi- Um.s Giasst.,. Matilda Ratner.
pal speaker of the afternoon will and the aUthor. producer.
Knpseth Israel
Has InttiaUation
FRIDAY, JANUARY 18
: 1952
An installati

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tion. Mrs. Sylvia Chertkof.
Prominent local personantiej
director oi me wu "-""'-- Prominent locai peiiMiwi
To Palestine project. She will be who wyj participate in the pro-
introduced by Mrs. Louis Glass- m mciucje Miss Zena Posever
er. Women's Unit Chairman of ,M1,
the 1952 Combined Jewish Ap-
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puppets, assisted by Hv Rose
Mis. Ben Yomen. who will also
be in charge of the musical ac-
^a*. oe in cuaige ui n*c .....-.*-- ..-
The program, under the direc- companiment. In charge of the
tion of Mrs. Sylvia Chertkof. will staging of the production will be
feature a surprise playlet starring Bernard Segal, activities d
the outstanding public welfare 0f the Miami Jewish Community
and philanthopic agency person- Center, and Janus Moffett, artisl
-I for the production. Chairman ot
all arrangements will be Mrs
Aai in Farr. and publicity will be
handled by Mrs. Alexander Ko-
gan.
trust- '- S:il '
' KneSeth ?rn tion befor '",H
persons. The ceremony inclu lea
both the Sistet I Bi ,ther-
hood organizations.
Rabbi Abrah.it M Cass.
installing officer, assisted bj I
tor Abraham Seif.
Officers of the Men's Orgaiuza-
tion are Saul Meringoff. presi-
de! t; Abraham Finestpne, 1st
vce president; Louis Dublin. 2nd
vice president; Meyer Yedl.n. 3rd
vce president; Wolf S.rot. treas-
urer; Solomon Sterner, financial
secretary; and Harry Zeldman,
recording secretary.
Officers of the Sisterhood are
Bertha Meringoff. president; Ida
Firestone. 1st vice president. Le-
ia Ruppert. 2nd vice president;
Regina Morns. 3rd vice president.
Fiances Lilian, treasurer: Lena
Popkin. financial secretary; Anna
Mitchel. recording secretary; and
Dorothy Libert, corresponding
secretary.
Ed Sullivan To Star In Mount Sinai
Jubilee Scheduled For February 28
I to accept i
5 post offei
Benny G nted
the J
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A
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addition, a pupp. t i tte to lend all ol
shov will be presented a- ng up the firesl
Ed Sullivan, widely synd I Iclubs, motion pictures. TV and !
N York newspaper columnist ra :
klj st- A nun ter of I *al i itizens are
I. iast : visi n progi ng invited 1 ssisl Gaines in
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TBe Women s Committee of the Celebrity Parade For Cerebral Palsy, to be presented over WTVJ-
TV tomorrow evening. 10:30 p.m., shown at a recent meeting at the Sea Isle Hotel as they conclud-
ed arrangements for the 14-hour All Night Show. The committee chairwomen shown above are
(seated left to right) Mrs. Louis Rosen. Promotion; Mrs. Libby Bookspan. Merchandise: Mrs. Belle
LeBost. General Chairwoman: Miss Edna B. Finberg. Co-Chairwoman: Mrs. Julius B. Saperstine;
and Mrs. Eli Andron. Chairwoman, Merchandise. Standing (left to right) are Mrs. J. Feather; Mrs.
Irene Cooperman, Information Desk; Mrs. Agnes Malek; Mrs. George Lehman; Mrs. Libye Strauss;
Mrs. A. A. Hayden, Clubs and Organizations; Miss Edna Simmons; Mrs. Albert Dubler. Coniribu-
:ions; Mrs. Morris Bernstein. Information Desk: Mrs. Julius Weiner. Contributions; and Mrs. Bee
.'after. Additional committee assignments were also made: Miss Betty Birnboch and Mrs. Glassman,
food; Miss Frances Berns. and Miss Peggy Allen. Telephone and Auditing; Dispatching. Mr. Flink;
Mrs. Hannah Levine. Hotel Promotion; Mrs. LeBost. and Mr. Stein. Press Deck: Cerebral Palsied
Children and their Parents. Miss June Cutting and Mrs. A. A. Hayden; and Contributions. Mrs. D.
Lee Powell and Mrs. Novak. The telecast will emanate from the Miami Beach Auditorium and
will be the first show of its kind to take place in the South. It will conclude at 12:30 p.m., on Sun-
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FRIDAY. JANUARY 18.
Rabbis Air Weekly Reading
Hollywood Jewish Center
The Holhwood Jewish Com-
munity Center. 2030 Polk Street,
will be led in Friday evening
services at 8:30 p.tr... with Racoi
Jacob Honig officiating.
Saturday morning and Junior
Congregation services will be at
9:30 a.m. Daily services are con-
ducted at 9 a.m.
Louis Phillips Addresses Late
Service At Israelite Center
Late Fridav evening services at
the Israelite Center. 3198 SW
14: Terrace, will be conducted
by Hv Morris and Ben Katz at
15 p.m. An early traditional ser-
vice is also scheduled for o:30
Guest speaker at the late ser-
v.ce will be Louis Phillips, na-
tional vice commander ol the
Jewish War Veterans, who will
c iscuss History And Activities 01
Jewish War Veterans. An C'tz
Shabbat spor.sorc-:; ; Mrs Mina
Dechovitz will f 1]
Saturday m
scheduled for I Abra-
. Sachs will speak
:
;- : | Seudos fol-
r.g.
Abraham Shcrfnej Spcr.scrs
Sabbath Serial Hour
Kneseth Isn
1415 Eu Avenui
Beach, will Fn
evening srvi 15:1!
Thi te Fri evei
Forurr
R Abi --
tir.uii ires
tal Heall
I
: Li -' it Abra Se:l
......
! '
:
. : Aften
t 5:15 ]
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Shafaer : Ch ag
Rabbi Lehman Airs Need
For Guide To Perplexed
SeededA Guide For The Per-
'plexed. will be the subject of Rar-
ri Irving Lehman's sermon dur-
ing the Friday evening services.
8 30 p.m.. of the Miami Beach
.Jewish Center. 1701 Washington
Avenue. ,,
Cantor David Sil' w-''
chant the service assisted cy he
Center choir under tne direction
of Roben Strassburg.
Saturdav mornir.t es are
'scheduled for 9 tra, **
Rare: discussing the Weekly Por-
tion. The Bar Mitzvah ol Ronald
Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ju-
tin Pans, and Paul, son <: SU"
and Mrs. Max Ruthfield, taKC
place at that time.
^ Bible class is i "
B '-.:.. with Shal
mg. Daily serv
and at 5:45 p m.
Young Israel Synagogue
: v Israel S
-
I
es at 5:15 i
ill 1 ,-. Saturdi
Miami Hecrew School
i April
evening fer t i
M H
SW :- A
t 8:30 p.m. An

tor Bt .....
: '

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North ^"e Jewish Sentei
'.
v. st 3 ie His.
E
15 ] .-.
i I
Di Ncrot Discusses Irwin
Shew Novel During Sermon
The Troubled Air. a novel b> I
Irwto Shaw, will be the subject,
J;fT Joseph R Narots sermon :
at Temple Israel. 13. NE il"
Street during the Friday evening ,
, it- 8 15 D.m.
"'On Saturday, morning 11 a.nv.i
the Rabbi will discuss the First .
Book of Samuel.
Tifereth Israel Honors
Sisterhood At Religious Service
The Sisterhood of Tifereth Is-
-, rthside Center. 6500 North
Avenue, will be honored,
aits Friday evening services
d by Sisterhood President
Herbert Hochfelsen. the
pate m the re-
portion ol :'- rvice. Mrs.
n will also deliver a
Idres An Oneg Shaobat ;
How under the
n of Mrs. Jacob Sis-
ttee chairn
vices an
1 ..... during
,; :- i- '
.. .... \v t Pi rtion.
Md* Astor Discusses Hebrew
Cavalcade At West Miami
E v F
Wi Mi
:-_ g^, -.. street '
.,
All '''' i
,30 p.m.,
:. nard J Kal
'
; An Oneg
Mr and
Mrs Han
- .
Wl .-: I
nter's first S : r 1 r h
eon
Mi
.: rtin H vill soon-
.
Kabbalat Sabbath Follows
Service At Ahavas Israel
Friday evening services at the
Ahavas Israel Synagogue 7135
B -n n Avenue. Miami Beach are
whcduled for 5:15 p.m. A Kabba-
lat Sabbath lervke will follow at
^Saturday morning services will
beheld at 9 a.m. with Rabb.
Isaac Ever discussing The Plant-
ng Seeds Of Exile In American
Jewrv. The Rabbi will conduct a
B*bk' class at 4 p.m. Mincha will
FoSow at 5 p.m., under the super-
vision of Benjamin Mack. Daily
services are at 8:30 am., and at
5:30 p.m.
Beth David Religious
Service Begins At 8:15
Ra: bi Max Shapiro will offici-
ate at late Friday evening ser-
vices of the Beth David Syna-
gogue. 2625 SW 3rd Avenue, at
8 15 pm. Cantor. Maurice Mam-
ches and the Congregation Choir
will assist the Rabbi.
Mrs. Matilda Ratner. vice presi-
dent of the Bureau of Jewish
Education, will present a trophy
to the Beth David Religious
School which captured first place
in the recent Inter-Schools Cha-
nuka Macal ia, Marshall Shapo
will accept the trophy on behalf
of the student body. Ribbons will
be awarded the first prize win-
ners
Rabbi Shapiro. Louis Schwartz-
lirector of the Bureau, and
Jerome Gordon, education direc-
tor i : the Beth David Congrega-
... ill discuss Jewish Educa-
tion An Oneg Shabbat will fol-
low thi ces, with floral of-
- sponsored bv Mr. and Mrs.
Langm r in honor of their
ling anniversary.
Satu morning services are
m.
Negotiations With Germany.
Aired By Rabbi Kronish
Rabbi Lefen Kronish wilt,
duct late Friday ever.ine .r l
at Temple Beth Sholorn cW
Avenue and 41st !,., ."**
Avenue and 41st Street 'al f!l
p.m. The topic of his sermon w I
scheduled as: Shall Israel nSLM
ate With Germany? WegoU?J
Saturday morning services n,*]
be at 10:45 a.m. Cantor g^tt
Kelemer wll render the mutin
portions at all services.
Rabbi Rackovsky Begins
Lectures On Jewish History
Friday evening services at tvA
Congregation Beth Tfilah Ott-i
Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach wjii i
be held at 5:15 p.m. At 8:30 bf?-i
I Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky *aH
begin his first lecture on JevAj
History.
Saturday morning services ML
be at 8:30 a.m., with Rabbi RacH
ovsky discussing Suffering Anil
Progress. At 4 p.m., the Rsbbji
will speak on Internal And Es-j
ternal Enemies. Mincha Wjll j^j
at 4:30 p.m., with Shalos Seudotj
and Maariv following. _2
Daily services are at 7:30\
and at 5:15 p.m.
Needs For Inward Peace
Studied At Gables Service
Rabbi Morris A. Skop will ^
] sent a psychological study for i
ward peace and make comn
on the Jewish teachings
ner harmony during the Fr!
evening services, 8:15 p.m.,
the Coral Gables Jewish Centi
320 Palermo Avenue.
Saturdav morning services
be at 9:45 a.m., with readings]
from the Book of Exodus. Ja]
Oneg Shabbatt and Kiddush *"'
follow.
Louis Heiman Addresses
Zamora Cer.'e: Service
The Zam rs 1 44
Zamora Avenui
...'.. hold rt gular Fr.da
services at 8.15 ; ?
tr.d Rudolf E. B:..
Louis Heim ir M: ''..-
. Beach att
speaker. An Oneg S
by '.'.: Bi .. r "'.
s;e Gaynor in I
nor*s son's appr___ ir.g ___
svill folk
Saturday tnorr.mg sen
be at 9 a.m Mincha will z~ at 5
p.m., with Shalos Seudos foil
rag.
Marvin I^:.r.s 5c: Mitzvah
At North Sr.z:e Center
'
- ... itc V la; .ening ser-
:.":- S
i T5th
Street, at Toj f his
- A Name
ber
ervices ....
15 a.rr nth :r.-\ Rub;:
Weeklj I n n
." :. '. : '',-.. vin, son
: Mr and Mrs 1 ?:.r::n;.
... take placi t that ti ni Can-
t i- v......... iant t e ;vr-

Dail m thi Cen-
ter Chapel at 8 a.m., anu tt 5 ".5

Beth El Schedules Two
Friday Evening Services
Fr. ning sen ices at the
.regation Beth El. 500 SW
Avenue. Miami, will be at
530 p.m. A late service is also
jled for 8:30 p.m
Saturday morning sen'ices will
I e at 8:30 a.m. Mincha is sched-
uled for 5 p.m.. with Shalos Seu-
following.
Rabbi Mescheloii Views
Best Years Of Life
What Are The Best Years Of
Y bi 'i:-' ussed by
Rah: i Moses Mescheloff at the
Fridav night forum of the Con-
ion Beth Jacob. 301-311
.' ington Avenue, at 8:30 p.m.
Cantor Jacob Fox will lead in the
iunal Singing and will also
chant an earlier, traditional ser-
it 5:30 p.m.
Saturday morning services will
be at 8:30 a.m., With Rabbi Mes-
cheloff discussing A Prophet In A
Strange Country. Mincha will be
at 5:15 p.m., followed by Shalos
Seudos.
Choir Assists Reverend Heia,
At Flagler-Granada Center
Late Friday evening servio
i at the Flagler-Granadii JewijB
| Community Center, 50 NW 51SI
Place, will be conducted at 8:1H
p.m.. with Reverend Leo Hi in of-
ficiating. A 25-boy ci oir
sist.
An Oneg Shabbat is scheduled I
to follow sponsored by the Me*|
dames Joseph Meyers, Hy Cove
man and Ben Jonas.
Saturday morning services
scheduled for 9 a.m. Daily seri
vices are at 8 a.m.
Downtown Synagogue
Fridav evening services at the
Downtown Synagogue, 135 NW
3rd Avenue, Miami, are scheduled
for 5 p.m.
Saturday morning services will
be conducted at 8:30 a.m. Mincha
is scheduled for 5 p.m.. followed
by Shalos Seudos and Maariv.
Hebrew Academy
Rabbi Alexander Gross will
conduct Friday evening services
at the Hebrew'Academy, 9186th
S-.: t. Miami Beach, at 5:15 p.m.
Saturday morning services are
scheduled for 9 a.m. An Oneg
Shabbat for children will follow
at 3 p.m. Mincha is scheduled for
5:15 p.m.. with Shalos Seudos fol-
lowing.
Hialeah-Miaxni Springs
The Hialeah-Miami Spnr.pJ
Jewish Community Center, saf
: East 4th Avenue, will hold
jday evening services at 8:15 pjai"
Goodman A. Sarachan. pre*|
;der.t of the Rochester Chapti
Phi Beta Kappa, will be gU
speaker.
Mr. Nate Becker, preside
will officiate, assisted by
Wecker and Abe Fiaidlin.
JOneg Shabbat will follow ur
jthe sponsorship of Mi. and MAij
i Bernard Simon.
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ie Concertizing
,/icert pianist Dan Gordon has
]led his winter season ac-
fies and is currently vacation-
Ion M)--T-i Beach.
\e pianist's vacation involves
than a mere rest irom his
hous tour duties. Recuperat-
(from a plane crash and from
mori recent death of his
Lr Gordon spends his leisure
with solo performances
h\ town.
fom a musical family which
Ldtd hs father, Gorege Mi-
Rofi. a Wagnerian tenor with
Metropolitan Opera Associa-
. in 15*16. a'10' ,r,e violinist,
Lues Gordon, founder of the
Bon String Quartette, the
foul pianist is a graduate of
Ijullia.'d School of Music. He
aisi -iudied with Harold
,er. internationally-known.
i
. (! .Gordon
el srt:st and member of the
k Fi ilty of the University
| ..til his death last year,
with l.topold Godowsky and
r.a Lhevinne.
Idtr the supervision of the
lessano S. Hurok, Gordon has
brmed throughout the United
U and South America. Not-
ice has appeared with the
Icn Symphony Orchestra un-
thc direction of Leonard
kstein, with the Los Angeles
Jphony Orchestra under Al-
Wallenstein and with the
Rica Symphony, Tatro
\r,t. Buenos Aires, Argentina.
frdon. during his short two-
tr. stay here, has already ap-
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fr.a Foster and performs on
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Ji. Miami Beach.
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During The Week... a i see
By LEO MINDLIN
II
Stockdale Vies
For County
Commission Post
t Stocl


-

t : iTd war. brought to'the new Jewil* state, ndvjddT|
Rabbi Silver warned, then wo shall have created i.sentm.nen
the part of Israelis catapulted into waste lards and left there:o
: out a somewhat undefined destiny When *"*""[,
ence to "ou: great hour." to the period following World1 War_ II .
curing which American Jewry seized the opportunity and rnoCi
='- intellectual and spiritual strength on behalf of is.aei.
rhurrhillian oarallel even more keenly. His voice rose

St
.. Dadi C i '"' H
w it.
s ,un"
thought!
made a study of conditions in Tel
and Jerusalem. He inter-
dent Chaim Weiz-
rter'a home in Re-
nal the Weizmann in-
and the many co-operative
former president
. Junior Chamber <>f
., | thi University of
itioa He
.'. i :i is a lieu-
rs Marii e C rps in
Kuoaplein, Siepan,
nd did occu-
ity post wai In Japan.
B d he will start his
. : the completion of
as co campaign chair-
mi B< acn Com-
rr.unity Chest drive. He has
i George Talianoff thair-
the Miami Beach division
pain. Talianoff for-
-ident of the Anti-
atii n league. B'nai B'rith.
Strath,
Havenl
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tine and Service tir ajj
Entire Family
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"il B: 5-46911
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9 w W
: : R SU> r's ral the need I
succ 1. and I confront sure lasl Mon-
tted in eas> Sans S
that the Israelis
pelves as rs ai ghters but that I not
ship. If they fa irr.<
u iney ian. ne wui.eo. .....=j
v extension. Jewry at largi
dulitj all
.1.. I.- ...... ." tH.i l-.nnc i>f
. [UlilJ <.'! uic wunu
themselves ai e in the 1
thers. I could n I accept the Rabbi's
ssfully placing Israel on a sound foot
. s
Rabbi Silver's iron jaw jutted forward. His voice, hereto-
fore soft during thi course of our conversation, assumed the
orator's melodic ring. Again reminiscent of the cigar-smoking
Prime Minister, he amplified his stand concerning statesmanship
while sweeping aside as purposeless my objection. That he thus
admitted to the use of dramatic device when he warned of shame
before the world, seemed self evident.. "I refer," he said, "to last
week's hasty experience in the Knesset, the ringing of fire
around Parliament, the swinging of clubs ard the hurling of gas
be.bs as the British had previously done. Partisanship in Israel
is too strong: unity as an end therefore stands sacrificed."
R r.g I
tested! I > move 1
A s. "The Government and th<
s :. .
stood on In any cast
3i : rion presumi s will against s
It is ridicul
: reference t
.... stand, one foi severe!} itigati
insist :.
israel -
My reference to Russia was motivated by recent bewildering
reports, each contradictory, that Israel had or had not been invited
to joint a Near East Pact. I wanted to team if the Rabbi knew
rr.o.-e specifically about the status of such a pact and the invita-
tion extenoed the new Jewish state. Apart from his insistence,
however, that one can not with impunity insult one's benefactor,
r.e had little to say. Indeed, he was loathe, as he put it. to dis-
cuss foreign policy issues for fear of re-activating the old Silver-
Ben-Gunon conflict.
'. .H ...".ship did not impress
had made light of those who
md economicalv .
three years of existence while pointing to the fact that '
needed twent; | :.,,r,-
:. :"Lg'nTof Could not this. I pondered, also hold
---- for Israel's [ Uti pment?
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*? P,ln,,U would be foolhardfv for
-*1 seeTS that ,he American Communist Partv has exoressed
e concern over recent terroristic activity In Miami In f Tent-
nent anonym ,,:> sent, it has'demanded the JVi
a Sf- 2a
but it is safe to say that the KKIf v., m y. J e KKK'
guilty of the bombings The casting f i,7" ^en Proven
screen of laughable nghteousness tlh?nd wh^h T cUv"^ lhe
ticn is constructed. It is i fi... ,Z1. wnlh a clever decep-
c: ten .yn.gogu.7i.^2**3 SSWf.ffJ.ST"
on*, writers' parts tut dehberate falsehood fo" nfl^/K^"
Grant Stockdale
1991
bill
which outlawed the b"
thi bill
:ng women 1 inteer foi jury
duty. ilgl : r the act providing
: severe punishment fur
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naive to the subtleties involved ."\ Z fT^ s,ate" 'till
RusS1ans are rnalrhlP ,r,Jr _a_Wa^ of lde at which th.
Russians are matchless ar, Its OnW^V *'" at which *
tarfir. .-,_i----j i international level, the
tactics employed are little OffuS* *?%? level" lh
letter. Israel must be commended fTr ,. 0S* ,ound in the
Russian advances. WbUe Rabb^Si&TSl?2 ^f*** ,oward
on of East and West is a vahd one Vnri hi re9ard'9 he divi-
role in such a split world is sensitfve H f."^^ 'er ""->*
big of a rebellious power in ihU ^ ameworJS2f ^ ** COUr-
Despite his diplomatic sianH ,i.> ^em* no ans*er.
lions. Rabbi Silver's conclud n2 .TU-,- Russian-Israeli reU.
Monday _OPiBgio^nCiu,Sul.BSr.^-?.M"k l0 me '
t.ous atnrude. "Let the Jews not h^loo lit!ft ""' ""y cau-
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JANUARY 18. 1952

-JewlstncrHton
PAGE 7 B
LEGAI. NOTICE
Ice
?i: i
lh
in.
for
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
, HEREBY GIVEN that
ned, desiring to engage
under the fictitious name
TAX SANDW I'Ml Slli >P,
1st Street, Miami, Fla..
ister said nanw with the
', Clreult Court of 1:i.I.-
EDWARD SCHWARTZ
THEODORE FALK
IN
Applicant*
Road
i s
Ice
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS IIKRKHY GIVEN that
(Signed, desiring to engage
,v under the fictitious name
j dims, at S901 B. W. 8th
[lami. I'la., Intend to register
ie wit hthe Clerk of the Clr-
I nl Hade County. Florida.
HERBERT I. STEIN
HERBERT I.AIBOW
PLAN
fur Applicants
n R M
2 1-*
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
|(TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
FOR DADE COUNTY.
iRIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 1515
blALKOW, rialntlff
|AIJ |A FIALKOW
Burroughs Street
Liu, ii ii t. Connecticut
FlCE BY PUBLICATION
|.\i:i. HEREBY NOTIFIED
..f Complaint for Pivoroe
fc filed against you In the
|i .,! cause and you are
quired to serve a ropy of
i in the 1:111 of Complaint
lilfi's attorneys, and file the
Jii Hi- office -if til.- Clerk of
|iiii Court on or before the
i-f February, 1952, itnern Im
IVo Confesso will he entered
at '.Mbml. I'loiid.i, this l.'.th
unuiy. #52.
: I!. LEATHERMAN.
erk, < Mr. ii It Court
WM. W, STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk
SILVER MIM.l. iV
for Plaintiff
bam H ilidlng
Florida

lull
IX;.
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
- HEREBY GIVEN that
mil, desiring to engage in
the fi.tlt ioui n una. of
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n i lieacn, Fla Intendi
Ime will: the clerk
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LEGAL NOTICE
in t2t-ic-,L.?.v publication "
in the circuit court of thf
BtfaKrl< JUDICIAL GiRCU.T OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
MILDRED BARBARA HANDY.
VB PUInUK,
THEODORE Howard HANDY
TO! THKODOH,.: KI.W.UuV^ANllv.
61a Medl.-al Arts. Ilulldlng
Baltimore. Maryland
rT!h THEODORE EDWARD MAN-
lY. are hereby notified that a Bill of
< ..mplalnt for Divorce has been" led
against you. and you are retiredto
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
rSfinVifr hei,l.,m of <--""'l'""t on the
plaintiff s Attorney. OEOROK' I tvi
UNOPF 420 Uioota sac ni
Beach. Florida, and file the original
the" c'jerw*"' FSffSI ln ,he orHce of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 7th day of February 195'
J..V.,UJR." k do.*- 'ud*ment by de"
th-"r-Ti'ii He ,akSnJ a*""t you for
ivfmnitiSJ d<,mnrled In the BUI of
Complaint.
EiI.ei,ilE.A.Nl?.u<;T'DERED at Miami-
Florida, this th day of January. A.D.
IfHi
E. B. I.EATHERMAX.
Clerk. Circuit Court
,. Bade County. Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FIEGE.
.-.r^r.,.., deputy Clerk
OLORGE J. TALIANOFF
Attorney for Plaintiff
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
1/11-18-25 2/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEIIKIIV OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
niis.ine.ss under the fictitious name of
CAPTAIN DANS SMOKK HOUSE, at
1.61 S. W. gth Street. Miami. Fla.. In-
tend t-i register said name with the
t lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
A. Z. ALPERT
AI,1,KN' DEN'S
1/11-18-25 2/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MIAMI INDUSTRIAL DEVELOP-
MENT and SERVICE, at -im Ingra-
liani ISullding. Miami, Pla., Intends to
register said name with the Clerk
..f the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
IRVINV, SOLOMON
S.de Owner
1/11-18-21 2/1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No 27222-A
In Re: ESTATE OF
lA. hi: M. SKIDKNRKP..;,
s,-iii,-times referred t-> as
.1 M SEIDENBBRG or
J. MICHAEL BEIDENBERO,
I >- I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All IV: s 1 Ly-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Bald Estate.
you. and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands whioh you. or
either of y.ui. may have against the
estate of JACOB M. SEIDENBERG,
sometimes referred to is I. M BEID-
ENBERO or .1. MICHAEL SEIDEN
BERO, deceased late of M15 North
Bay Road. Miami B.-a.-h, Dade Coun-
ty. Florida, to the Hon. County
Judges of Dade County, and file the
sain.- in their office in the County
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
within eight calendar months from
tile <)..tc of tile I I
of. Said claims or demands to con-
tain the legal ..-ii: of :':.- lalmanl
and to be eworn t., and presented as
aforesaid, or same "ii be
See Set tlon 120 of the 193 P
Act.
Date January 8th, A.D 1952,
BERTHA KAl'FMAN
ISAAC :- i
As 1 Will
and Ti si in..... IACi >B. M.
SI-MI >EN BER.: -
:. *.,l to as .1 M BB1DEN-
FtERG ir .1 MICH VEL SEID-
ENBERG, D.
ISAAC JOI
Attornej for Ex -
1010 Bli el
Mlam i Ida
1. 11 I 9 :
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
busin. ss under the f -tltlous name of
JENNINGS \mi:si.\<; CENTER, at
5642 N. B. 2nd Avenue, Miami PI
Ida. Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
RUSSELL M. JENNINOB
MARGARET V JENNINGS
BANFORD M. SWERDLIN '
Attorney for Jennings
Nursing Center
541 Seybold Bldg.
Miami. Fla.
1/11-18-25 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 GARDENS, at J80-7M Lenox
Avenue, Miami Beach. Florida, intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
IRVING RI'BIN and
DORA RUBIN.
As Tenants by the Entireties,
an undivided 4 Interest.
' MARTIN L. RI'BIN.
an undivided '4 Interest.
SHIRLEY V GOLDBERG.
an undivided Vt interest.
1/11-18-25 2/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW ,
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name or
PICTURE TUBE SERVICE, at Dade
County. Florida. Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Hor-
MARION HOFFMAN.
Sole owner
PALI.OT. SILVER -v MDLLO\
Attorneys for Marlon Hoffman
804 Iugruham Building
Miami, .Fla
1/11-18-26 2/1
LEGAL NOTICE
im JfiJ'SR BY PUBLICATION
e> JVA,5,"CUn COURT OF THE
EiMnTrHJUDlCIAL CIRCUIT IN
ANBFOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
MARILYN MEYER. Plaintiff
V8.
""Ix ') MEYER. Defendant
v 8U,U..vFOR ANNULMENT
You, JOHN A. MEYER. 17T7 .Irand
Concourse, Bronx. New York are
,>rTe.y ,n",ifieU ,,hat a Bil1 Com-
plaint for annulment has been filed
against you, and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
njfl.Vie^h* llH1 of ^mplalnt on the
|.|u? In- <,u"'",nev' HAROLD SIIA-
I IRO 92. Lincoln Road. Miami Beach.
Hoi da and file the original Answer
or Pleading in the office of the (Merk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
January 30. 1952. If you fail to do so.
Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
In the Bill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this ISlst day of December.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk Circuit Court.
. ~ Dad*' bounty. Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING.
1/4.11-18-25 DePU,y C'erk
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
EASTERN MORTGAGE A- LOAN, at
Dade County. Florida, intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
NATHAN SIBC.EL
MELVIN FISHER
MARX M. FABER
Attorney for Applicants
412 Congress Building
Miami. Florida
1/4-11-18-25
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CERTIFIED HOMES, at 41S Valencia
Avenue, Coral Gables, Fla.. intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
HAROLD COHEN
HERTKOF & KALISH
Attorneys for Applicant
tHvmpla Bldg.
1/1-11-18-2$
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 24O30
RE: ESTATE OF
JACOB BEI.SKY. I>~ .ased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition f..r
Final Discharge as Administrator D?
Bonla Non of the estate of JACOB
liEI.SKY, deceased; and that on the
31st day of January. 1952, I will apply
to the Honorable W. F. BLANTON,
County Judge of Dade County, Flor-
ida, for approval of said final report
and for final discharge as Administra-
tor De Bonis Non of the Estate of
JACOB BEI.SKY. deceased.
This 26th day of December. 1951.
SOLOMON CRAMJBB. as Ad-
ministrator De Bonis N-m
of Estate of Jacob Belsky,
deceased.
PALLOT. SILVER & MI'LLOT
Attorneys for s'.domon Cramer
204 Ingrahnm Building
Miami. Florida
i: 2H 1/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t-> engage
ii. ss under the sVime
Of MAX'S DELICATESSEN, at 1131
W. Flagler St., Miami.. Ma., intends
r,i register said name with the Clerk
of the -'.:-, ,.t :ourl of D C mnty,
. i.i. *
LEON N'AMOFF
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
:
-
Miami, Florida
- 1/4-llrH
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAMF LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
. .c- In
is i tine of
IMPERIAL FOOD Gl it 1411
Drexel Avenue, Intends to
ame with the Clerk -if th
cult Court of Dade County. Florida,
BERTHA SCHAINBERG
Sole i iwner
HARRY B. SMITH .
Attorney for Imperial FoOU Center
fl* Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
12/28 1/4-11-18
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR OAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 140019
FRBNCHY S. HARRIS, Plaintiff.
STELLA HARRIS. Defendant.
TO: STELLA HARRIS
c/o Mrs. S. Tocker.
1725 Andrews Avenue-Apt. 4-H
Bronx 53. New York
You. STELLA HARRIS, are hereby
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you.
and you are required to serve a copy
of yoifr Answer or Pleading to the Bill
of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attor-
,,. i JOSEPH OOLDBN, 823 Seybold
Building, Miami. Florida, and file the
original Answer or Pleading In the of-
fice of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 21st day of January.
1952. If you fall to do so. Judgment by
default will be taken against you for
the relief demanded In the Bill of
' DONE AND ORDERED at Mlmal,
Florida, this 21st day of December.
A.D. 1951. B WEATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Conn Sean, pEiaE_
Deputy Clerk
JOSEPH OOI.DEN
Attorney for Plaintiff
III s.vbold Building
Miami. Florida
12/21 1/4-11-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ESS-KAY LITHO & LETTER SERV-
ICE, at |(| N. E. 3rd Street. Miami.
Fla., Intend to register staid name
wlth the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
HAROLD CEO. SHAPIRO
JOSEPH KAl'FMAN
1/11-18-2.-. | 1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
NEVA-BURN t I, A M EP ROO Wl NO
SERVICE CO., at Dade County. Flor-
ida, Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
DANIEL HER7.BERG
EDDIE FABER
1/11-18-25 2/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
notice is hereby given that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of TWIN CITY GLASS COMPANY, at
1329 20th Street, Miami Beach. Flor-
ida. Intend to register said name with
the Clerk bf the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
ANDREW MANDEL
MORTON WEISS
QERSHON S. MILLER. Esq.
Attorney for
Twin City Glass Company
420 Lincoln Rd.
Miami Beuch. Fla.
By: Paul A. Gross, Esq.
1/18-25 I'M -
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
S. S. M. R. G. Sl'PER MARKET.
at 4713 S. W. 8th Street. Miami, Flor-
ida. Intend to register said nam.- with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
MAURICE SWICHKOW
LOUIS M. SWISK"
BLRY sToni:
Attorney for Maurice Stvichkow
and IjouIs M. Swlsko
1/11-12-25 2/1
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 25939
RE: ESTATE OF
JOSEPHINE FERDA. Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given that 1 have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Ii.- harge as Executor ->f the
estate Of JOSEPHINE FERDA. '!
ceased; and that on the lit'.' flay of
February, 1952, will apply t- the
Honorable W. K BLANTON, one of
the County Judges -f Dade county.
Florida, for approval of said final re-
port and for final discharge ..- Exe.
tor of the Estate of JOSEPHINE
FERDA, deceased.
This nth day of January 1952
MAURICE l ERDA
MAX R SILVER
Attorney for Executor
i 18-25 : 1--
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undei signed, deslilng to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BOYS' INSTRUCTIONAL TOURS, at
4IS N. W. 4"-tll Avenue, Miami. Fla.,
Intenda t-> register .-aid nam.- with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
. Florida.
1.Eos Mil. WOLLMAN
i 18-13 L' 1-8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai


: FURNITURE CO.,
I touglas Road, F
,.f the .'.: .-nt Courl
i
By: Will i .
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
\i iTIi m: i- hf:rebi -:' VEN thai
the uri -
business under ti ius n ime ol
MIRROR SCREEN PROCESS, at 5161
S.W 8th Street, Miami, l-'.a Intend
to register said name >ti. the Clerk
of the ClrtJuTt Court ol Dade County,
n"r'da- IRVING A. SPIEGEL
LEON J KILLER
1/11-18-25 2/1
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
Tha Jawfsh Florldlcm no-
Hdrbi your lexjcd notice*.
W appfdato 7oar
patronage and tjuaran-
hM accurate tarrloa at
legal rate*. Phone 2-1141
for messenger service.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 146156 J
MIRIAM PELL SOLKOFF.
Plaintiff,
vs.
ISA I'OKI-: SOLKOFF, Defendant.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO: ISADORE SOLKOFF
3."." EAST ss STREET
NEW YORK CITY. NEW YORK
YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED f>
serve a ropy of your Answer to the
Bill of Complaint for divorce, file I
herein on the plaintiff's attorney. Bur-
nett Roth, FIsq.. 412 Congress Build-
ing. Miami. Florida, and to file the
original In the office of the Clerk of
the above Circuit Court, on or before
February 1. 1952. or a default will be
entered against you.
Dated this 3rd dav of January. 1952.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
i:i'RNETT ROTH. ESQ.
Attorney for Plaintiff
412 Congress Building
Miami. F'kirlda
1/11-18-25 2/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERKBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SKY COACH, at 1583 Washington
Ave., Miami Beach. Fla.. and 300 S. B.
1st St., Miami. Fla.. Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County. Fli.
SKY COACH TICKETS. Inc.
w f: I n s t f: i N. w EIN8T EIN
& W El N ST IMS-
Attorneys for
Sky Coach Tickets, Inc.
420 Lincoln Road
12/28 1/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY AIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CLOUD COACH, at 1583 Washington
Ave., Miami Beach Fla.. and 300 S. E.
1st St.. Miami. FTa.. intends t.....-:-
ister said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
CLOUD COACH TICKETS. Inc.
WEINSTEIN. W EINSTEIN
& WEINSTEIN
Attorneys for
Cloud Coach Tickets. Inc.
42-i Lincoln Road
12/28 1 l-ll-ls
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 25078
RE: ESTATE oF"
minnie Schwartz. Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given that I
have filed my final report and
I i- Inal iilsi hat ge i- Exe.
the eel it* of MINNIE SCHWARTZ.
! -I: and that on the :iel ai j
January, 1951, 1 win apply to th*
Honorable W, F\ BLANTON. County
Judge of Dade County, f
approval of said final report and t r
:':: ii discharge as K\- utor of the
Estate of MINNIE SCHWARTZ, de-
. ea i
This 26th day ..r December,
RICHARD PRANK.
Executor
PALLOT, SILVER ft MIM.l.- -Y
Attorneya for Richard Frank
! ii Ingi aham Ruilding
Miami, Florida
12 28 l 4-11-1*
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 1445J
LEON BECK, Plaintiff.
vs.
MINA BECK, Defei dan!
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: M i. i- k
unknown
You, MINA BECK ire
; -.i thai Bill of Comp for

of your answi
-'
....
:
nl by default
.
DONE an : -':i >EREl i it 1
la this 14th
152
E i: LEATHERMAN,
. Me: k of the Circuit
Dade County, Florida
Bj M FEIQE,
Deput) Clerk
MYERS, HEIMAN a KAPLAN
Attorneys for Plaintiff
1 18-25 | 1-8
IN COUNTY JUDGE'8 COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 2359*
RE: ESTATE OF
EVA MINSKOFF'. Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for*
Final Discharge as administrator of
the estate of EVA MIN8FCOFT- de-
ceased: and that on the 13th day of
February. 1952. I will apply to the
Honorable W. F'. BLANTON. County
Judge of Dade County, Florida, for
approval of said final report and for
final discharge as Administrator of
the Estate of EVA MINSKOFF. de-
ceased.
This 11th day of January. 1S.12.
SAUL MINSKOFF
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
650 Seybold It.Hiding
Miami. Florida
Attorneys for Administrator
1/18-25 2/1-8
SEITLIN & COMPANY
X
PERSONAL
AND
COMMERCIAL
COVERAGES
PHONE 9-3836
t N. K. Snd T. MIAMI 32. PLA.
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governor Picks
Channing Am
JBoard Member
Governor Fuller Warren.has
appointed Jules P.. Channing.
Greater Miami Engineer, as a
member of the Dade County Zon-
ine Board of Adjustment.
Channing is a member I jM
Florida Planning and Zomng As-
sociation. He h^/Jffffid!
the Miami Chapter of the Florida
Society of Professional Engineers,
chairman of the Engineering; re-
vision of the Dade Count* CiwI
Def-nse Council, a men-.ber of
fhMiami Beach Housing; Au-
tv. the Amen 9 *J ol
Civil Engineers, the American
Jules C
Concrete Institute. Societj
American Military Engineer
the Citizens Advisory C mm ttee
of the Miami Beach City Plan-
ning Board.
A graduate of both tht
Union School of Architectui
the University of Miami S
of Engineering. Channing
practiced in both field
ious capacities for ti
teen years. He has also publi
i number of articles in r.ati
magazines on Engineering 1>
Problems.
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