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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
Volume 25Number 4
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 25, 1952
PRICE: TEN CENTS
To Support Israel's Reparation Claims
NEW YORK CITY (AJP)In dor attend the discussions. The
an historic one-day huddle here,
representatives of 21 leading
Jewish organizations representing
eight western nations, went on
record in support of the Israel
Govern ment's $1,500,000,000
claims against Germany.
The Policy Committee of the
Conference On Jewish Material
Claims Against Germany also
voted to press all other Jewish
materials against a Germany that
snuffed out the lives of six mil-
lion helpless Jews. The epic, clos-
ed session here in a midtown ho-
tel was not without its drama
both within and without the
meeting room.
Inside the closed session, dele-
gates of an Orthodox Jewish
body turned thumbs down on
direct negotiations with Germany
on the reparations issue. Oppos-
ing the move to press claims
owed Jews was the Agudas Is-
rael. Abstaining from the final
votethe motions were carried
16 to 1were delegates repre-
senting the Synagogue Council
of America and the executive
council of Australian Jewry.
Two members of the Confer-
ence who were absent from to-
day's session were the Delegation
of Jewish Associations of Argen-
tine and the Jewish War Veter-
ans of the US.
Outside the conference room a
group of 30 Revisionist youth
staged a defiant sit-down demon-
stration, scorning an invitation
from the Conference that one or
two delegates of Brith Trumpel-
group insisted that the entire
body be admitted. Conferees turn-
ed down the demand.
Leaders of the youth group lat-
er distributed a leaflet assailing
the Israel Government. Pleas by
police to leave the hotel were ig-
nored by the demonstrators. As
the conference ended, the youth
swarmed into the meeting room,
staged a brief demonstration of
their own and then left.
Highpoints in a statement is-
gates, said that in his opinion "the
only way open for us for satis-
faction of our just claims and de-
mands is to be prepared to deal
directly with the Germans." He
labeled suggestions that the Unit-
ed Nations or other bodies be
used as go-be-tweens "unrealistic
and impractical."
"The second problem confront-
ing this session involves the char-
ter of the claims," he said. It is
clear that, in addition to the $1,-
500.000.000 claim which the Israel
NEWS FLASHES
K SU^SSSSJ^ISt iGoVe-rnmeVt'has made'upon'Ger-'
made these points: 1. The Confer-
ence pledged full support to Is-
rael's claims against Germany. 2.
The body intends to press for full
satisfaction of all other Jewish
material claims against Germany,
including the claims of individ-
uals for restitution and indemni-
fication and of organizations with
respect to heirless and unclaimed
property. 3. The Conference
stressed that the move to press
claims involved no forgiveness
for the "heinous crimes" perpe-
trated against the Jews during
the Nazi regime.
Delegates to the Conference
authorized its Executive Com-
mittee to take all steps necessary
"to obtain satisfaction" for the
claims and demands and to create
a praesidium headed by Jewish
Agency chieftain Dr. Nahum
Goldmann. The Praesidium was
then authorized the power to
"conduct such negotiations as de-
velopments may warrant."
Dr. Goldmann, addressing dele-
Discoverer Of Streptomycin To Address
Dade County Medical Association Meet
Dr. Selman A. Waksman, Rus-
sian born Jewish scientist and
discoverer of streptomycin, will
address a special scientific meet-
ting of the Dade County Medical
and honorary degrees here and
in Europe. He is Commandeur of
the French Legion of Honor, and
his awards include the Passano
Foundation Award, the Albert
and Mary Lasker Award of the
many on the basis of the cost to
her of rehabilitating surviving
victims of Nazism, we must press
also for the satisfaction of other
claims against Germany in re-
pect to individuals, successor or-
ganizations and others.
"There is, for instance," Dr.
Goldmann continued, "the prob-
lem of pressing for full imple-
mentation of the principle of in-
dividual restitution and indemni-
fication for Jewish victims of
Nazism. Additionally," he added,
"this conference must press for
the restitution by the Federal
German Government of heirless
and other unclaimed property
NEW YORK (JTA)The La-
bor Zionist movement in this
country today issued a statement
fully backing Israel and the Con-
ference of World Jewish Organ-
izations in their decisions to ne-
gotiate for obtaining from Ger-
many reparations for Nazi-looted
Jewish property.
NEW YORK (JTA)A call to
all Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica regions 'and districts to ap-
point community-wide action
committees charged with carry-
ing out the program of "democ-
ratizing the American Jewish
community" was issued by the
National ZOA Community Or-
ganization Committee.
PHILADELPHIA (JTA) Po-
lice were searching this week for
vandals who entered the Tikvah
Hadasha synagogue here and de-
stroyed its furniture. The damage
is estimated at about $2,000. Fred
Kaufman, president of the syna-
gogue, suffered a heart attack
when the news of the desecration
taken or destroyed by the Nazi I was reported to him.
regime. Where no legal heirs sur- I -------------------------------
vive, it is clear that justice de-
mands that restitution be made
to bodies representative of the
Jewish people."
A third problem facing the
Conference, said Dr. Goldmann,
centered about agreement on the
adoption of procedures to deal di-
rectly with the Germans.
"It appears," he said, "that two
negotiating groups would be nec-
essaryone representing the Is-
rael Government and one repre-
senting the Conference. But it is
also clear that the two delegations
would have to act in close or-
ordination.
NEW YORK (JTA)The pos-
sibility of including non-Zionists
in the Jewish Agency after the Is-
rael Parliament grants the Agen-
cy a special status was indicated
here by Dr Nahum Goldmann, ad-
dressing the opening session of
the Mid-Winter Conference of
Hadassah. Representatives of
more than 1,200 chapters of Ha
WASHINGTON (JTA)Presi-
dent Truman today made known
in his budget message to the Con-
gress that aid to Israel will be
provided during the fiscal year
of 1953. The exact amount of al-
locations to individual countries
were not made known although
the estimated amount of mutual
security spending in 1953 was
listed as $7,023,000,000, represent-
ing an increase over the current
fiscal year.
NEW YORK (JTA) Contin-
ued and intensified action by
Federal authorities in investigat-
ing acts of violence in Florida
against Jews, Negroes and Catho-
lics is urged in a resolution adop-
ted here at a two-day joint meet-
ing of the National Administra-
tive Committee and the Execu-
tive Committee of the American
Jewish Congress. About 200 mem-
bers from 70 cities participated
in the meeting which concluded
Sunday.
NEW YORK (JTA)The hang-
ing Monday morning in Baghdad
of two Iraqui JewsShalom 6a-
leh Shalom and Yusuf Ibrahim
Basricharged with terrorism,
was reported here today in a ca-
ble from Baghdad. A report con-
firming the news that the exe-
cution had been carried out was
also received by the State De-
partment in Washington. The
American Jewish Committee is-
sued a statement denouncing as
"outright murder" the execution
of the two Jewish youths. "Ex-
dassah are attending the confer-
ence. The parley will hear prog- j clusively Iraq sources make it
ress reports on Hadassah's health clear," the Committee asserted,
and welfare program in Israel, "that these men never would
will map expansion of its projects have been convicted in a country
and will elect a new national practicing modern, civilized jus-
president. ______ I tice.____________________________
Association on Thursday, Janu- An,erican' Public Health Associa.
ary 31st, 8:30 p.m.. at the Miami
Women's Club, 1737 Bayshore
Drive.
Antibioltics As Chemothera-
peutic Agents, will be the subject
Of the illustrated lecture to which
all physicians, scientists and in-
terested students in the Miami
area are invited.
Dr. Waksman, who is Professor
of Microbology at Rutgers Uni-
versity, has been interested in
human disease-producing organ-
isms of the soil for many years,
and his important discoveries in
the field of antibiotics represent
the outcome of these labors. As
the result of his work on strepto-
tion, and the Page One Award of
the New York Newspaper Guild.
Boston's Temple Israel and Phila-
delphia's Kr.eseth Israel also con-
ferred their annual awards upon
him.
Dr. Wakfliun's honorary de-
grees include diplomas from
Princeton, the University of
Liege. Yeshiva University and the
University of Madrid. The royal-
ties received from the commer-
cial producers of streptomycin
Home Toasts Anniversary
Judge Harold B. Spaet, president of the Jewish Home for the | ership of Irving Frankel, Archie
aged, this week urged attendance at the Home's eighth annual meet- Greer.berg and S. I. Bernbaum
ing on Sunday, 2 p.m., in Douglas Gardens. 150 NE 53rd Street,
Miami.
Over 300 members of the Home are expected to attend the meet-
irg which will also mark the first anniversary of the Home at
Douglas Gardens.
Reports by Committee chair-
men President Spaet and Execu-
tive Director Maurice Pearlstein
will give the membership a de-
tailed picture of the progress
made by the Home as well as the
have been turned over by Dr. i problems it faces in fully meeting
Waksman to a foundation created
for the support of research work
at Rutgers University.
Besides his outstanding work in
m> cm which is especially useful antibiotlcs, Dr. Wakeman has for
n the treatment of tuberulosis, | fc n interested in the de.
he has received numerous awards j Composition of the Fiorida Ever-
glades so.l. and the Agricultural
Experiment Station at Belle
Glade is directed by one of his
former students. Rounding out a
varied scientific career, he has
spent his summers for many
years as the marine bacteriologist
of the Woods Hole Oceanographic
Institute on Cape Cod. and has
the institutional needs of the
Jewish aged of Greater Miami.
Elections to the Board of Direc-
tors will also take place at this
meeting.
In addition to Judge Spaet, cur-
rent officers of the Home are
Irving Frankel, Baron de Hirsch
Meyer, and Gus Trau. vice presi-
dents: Abe Kurman. treasurer;
S. I. Bernbaum, financial secre-
tary; Mrs. Benjamin Appel. cor-
responding secretary: and Mrs.
Moses Kreiger, recording secre-
tary. Mrs. Sol Silverman and
Mrs. Sidney H. Palmer are pres
Committees: M. J. Kopelwitz,
Budget and Nominating Com-
mittees: Irving Frankel, Build-
ing; Abe Kurman, Collections;
of the Building Committee. These
added facilities make it possible
for a total ot 60 residents to be
cared for in the institution as
compared to 38 in the old quar-
ters on SW 12th Avenue, Execu-
tive Director Pearlstein indicat-
ed. The primary consideration
Leo Steinman, Entertainment; fr admission to the Home is the
Sam Aronstein. House: S. I. Bern- applicant s need for institutional
baum, Personnel Practices; and i care because of medical, social,
Sam Reinhard, Religious. The I religious or familial reasons.
officers, chairmen of committees,
presidents of Auxiliaries, and
Joseph Gardner, Archie Green-
It is the objective of the offi-
cers and Board of Directors, ac-
cording to Judge Spaet, to devel-
berg and Mrs. Baron de Hirsch op the Home into a House of Life
Meyer make up the Executive for its residents, a place where
Committee of the Home. | they may begin life anew both
The Home recentlv completed I Productively and creatively
the construction of a" new dining I through their interest and par-
room and kitchen under the lead- (Continued on Page 8 A)
Dr. Selman Wak
csman
contributed much information on [ ider.ts of the Miami Beach and
the cycle of organic matter in the Miami Ladies Auxiliary Groups,
sea. The research vessel Atlantis, respectively. *_.--,
on which some of these studies at i Members of the Board of Di-
Isea were performed, has included j rectors who serve as chairmen
I Miami on its itinerary several of committees are Mrs A. B.
Itirr.es in the past________________ Meyers. Admissions and Legal
Winter Residents Have Show Night
"The most soectaeular and ambitious social event of the 19o-
"n", was the way Edward Cowen, of Chicago, described the an-
nual show-right and dinner-dance being sponsored by the Winter
Residents Division of the 1952 Combined Jewish Appeal.
Set for February 7th, Thursday evening, in the Cluo j-a*1"0
i. ">m of the Monte Carlo Hotel, the affair It being planned
1 e Kroup of winter residents
v. (, were responsible for the rec-
V.nt Hi, /Neighbor Partv at the
Westview Country Club for some
J0 newcomers.
Members of The Hosts Commit-
lee who will invite 700 new home-
owners and winter residents to
be their guests at the big affair
include Gus Trau, Jack Ablm,
Dave Phillips, Chailes Frucht-
man, Arnold Seeder and Dr. Jos-
eph Weidberg.
A committee of 23 gathered at
a cocktail party at Abhr.'s home
la.-t week and adopted the sug-
:\ made by Cowen to spon-
sor a social event that would.
set a shining precedent in the
communal life of Greater Mi-
ami's winter residents."
Stanley C. Myers, civic leader
and ore of the co-chairmen in '
this year's Winter Residents Di-
vision in the Combined Jewish
Appeal, meeting with the spirited ]
group, expressed the opinion that
newcomers to the area who live
(Continued on Page 2-A)
Shown above is a view of the Jewish Home for the Aged at
Douglas Gardens. ISO NE 53rd Strael, Miami. The Home cele-
brates its first anniversary at this site on Sunday.
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 25, l952
Mrs. Silverman
Speaks At Honor
(Division Luncheon
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: the 1952 Com-
bined
Mrs. Sih i presi-
enl the World J
Ogress and has
j^ears a regular visit i
UKine u
DP camps in Ausl
MSerir.any ami
He met through
-h Appeal. During the
Mrs. Sih i Eng-
land and also under)
^Vacitic trip t" NV.v
^Kcaland. to cor.:' .
f Jewish leaders thi
^Hng of funds en : vic-
Hftin > und refug*
^B The invit.v
I jn a series of wi ekl nts
'-^featuring inter nown
.-^speak.: -in
i!'"this community to laui
.rAind raising activities
I Ereater Miami W n Unit in
he 1952 Combined Jewish Ap-
1 social even! of 1952 at a meeting held in the patio of Jack
37 ^Sce GiZ"^^^^9&l~"& Cowan. Abe Straus. Dave Phillips Jack Ablin. Louis Tea, WiH
Ablins residence. '^'sLdirg left to rtgh,. ixe Le=n Ell. Arnold Seeder. David Wilder. A. Solosko. Harry Simon. Morris
liam Kraft and Joseph MazD.
0^.0. j"oLph ^idhirn. L^nB.^a'cofcs: Charts Fruchtman. Gus Trau. Herman Basch and Max Sh,inm.n.
Ar.In
r siujiji
Winter Resident Division Sponsors Show
Night At Monte Carlo; To Star Phil Foster

- nsibility of aid-
..-. i ling and unification
i mil inal life. He
uraged further it I
type.
According to preliminary an-
n uncements by Ablin. Myers
Fruchtman of the arrange-
star per-
: the Fe >ruary 7th event
be comedian Phil Foster.
r will be remembered as
the c in ic who made a spectacu-
rise fr im the minor night club
circuits to the Big Show program
on N.B.C. which stars Tallulah
Bankhead and other nationally
:-::-. .w:. personalities .
Fostei in Boi hi Ca-
. :ord run at M mi
jarded
ItVligiou* Sdinol
ttiudVnlN Plant
Tr Groves
Announcement tias been made
by Rabbi M >ses Mescheloff, pres-
ident of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish National Fund Council, that
" ''-all the Jewish Religious Schools
business Additional night | of the Greater Miami area will
club acts are expected to join participate in the planting of a
the regular lineup of talent I >" grove of 1.000 trees in Israel, to
the special presentation, in be- bear the names of their pupils.
half of the Combined Jewish The project will be known as
Appeal. the Greater Miami Children's
Reservations will be regulated Grove. The campaign for treat
bv space limitations, according to began last Sunday and will tertn-
the Hosts Committee, inasmuch mate on February 11th. Jewish
as seating capacity in the Club Arbor Day.
Casino has been set at 400. Some |------------------------------
aoonmoM have already indi- geth David Sisters
cated their desire to attend. In-
will be the guests of the
20-man host committee.
AZA Elects
Officers At
Convention
Mrs. Archibald Silferman
>eal. Co-chairmen of the lunch-
(On will be Mrs. Max Dl
Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburj. M
.Stanley C. Myers a-.d Mrs. Alex-
ander Robbins.
Combined Jewish Appeal Announces
Calender To Augment Campaign
Sponsor Supper
vj/8"^ Sup5e5 ,,ll!'ed b>' -
| Kiddie Show and dancing will be j Mazkir; Sollie Safer, Gator Chap-
given by the Beth David Sister- | ter. Jacksonville, Otebnr M
nood, bunday evening. January
One hundred and fifty dele-
gates of Aleph Zadik Aleph. B'nai
B'rith Youth Organization, re-
turned to their home communi-
ties in Florida, following a rec-
ent regional convention in Jack-
sonville.
Leonard Schwartz, of the Sig-
I ma Rho chapter, Miami, was e-
lected Region Aleph Godol. suc-
ceeding Jerry Wernik, of Tampa.
, The new Godol is also president
I of the local BBYO Council and
| is a senior at Miami High School.
I Other officers include, Joe Block,
i AZA No. 322 Miami, Aleph S'gan;
Mort Brisker, Sigma Rho, Miami,
29thWomen's Unit Honor
Luncheon
29thFood Division Workers
A schedule of functions to be
held during the 1952 Combined
t, General chairman of the Worn- Jewish Appeal Campaign has
j; yn's Gift Unit in this year's Ap- been issued for posting. Campaign
' eal is Mrs. Louis Glasser. Other 'chairman Carl Weinkle indicated
>'members of the Honor Division la,e last- week.
Committee includes the Mes- Dan B. Ruskin. Dresident of the
James A. Barken. Irving Cvpen. Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
. O. S. Denner. Jack Falk. Moe tlon- nas invited groups to contact
"eingold. William Feuer. David Federation's calendar service for
Gordon, Frieda Kalstein. Aaron the purpose of clearing dates.
(Canner. Sidney Lefcourt, Philip thus insurii mum turnouts
'-efkowitz. Arthur Lelchuk. Max and avoiding conflict with Cam-
Uleisel, Herbert Scher. L. D. Sch- paign events. The schedule m-
Jvartz. Joseph Shawmut. Oscar eludes:
>indell, Bertram Phillips and Jo- JANUARY
. |t'Ph Williamson. _________ 27th.-Wm.ter Residents Dinner Division Workers
27th. 5:30 p.m.. at the Beth David
Synagogue. Mrs. Al Grossman is
chairman.
Mrs. Isidor Cohen. Mrs. Harry
Einhorn and Mrs. Al Grossman
will be hostesses at a breakfast
30thWomen's Young Matrons board meeting of the Beth David
30thFurniture Division Work- Sisterhood. Wednesday morning.
ers January 30tn. at 10 a.m.
30thInsurance Finance Divis-
ion Workers
31stDoctors' and Dentists'
Dinner
FEBRUARY
4thLiquor Division Workers
0*11111 Hrith To
Have Broadvaat
A special NBC coast to coast
B'nai B'rith radio broadcast is
scheduled for Sundav, January
ter. Jacksonville, Gizbor; Ed
Finkelstein. Hillel. Miami, Aleph
Shortare; Jerry Gross. Royal
Palm Chapter, Miami Beach. Sho-
tare kotone; Sigfried Dayan. Sig-
ma Rho, Miami, Sofar; and Jerry
Wernik, of Tampa, Kohen Godol.
Convention business included
setting up new committees for
the coming year to carry out the
five-fold program of the order.
Delegates discussed community
service, religious and social ac-
tivities for the coming year and
participated in various contests.
The Sigma Rho Chapter, of Mi-
ami, won the state basketball
championship, while Dick Finner,
n,L -T ---------. W-..M.J i IUI.I..I1UMMUU. MIMIC l^Ilfl l...ll oJe^Srs^,on:3wIOD.U ^ I* "^ PIm *** ^
Harry Hershfield To Speak Before
young Matron's Unit At Westview
Harry Hershfield, noted hum- ish Congress and American Zion-
Tist, toastmaster and philanthro- ist leader.
ic leader, will speak at a Lunch-' Co-chairmen Mrs David P
'>^Pr^rfbi;tJ^X2ff^Ma-!CateBn and Mrs. Harold Rand
have announced that the slogan.
at
ron's Division of the 1952 Com-
' .ined Jewish Appeal, on Wednes- ""YC -nnounc that tne slogan. Workers
ay noon. January 30th, at the iou Can TP T"^- has been! I lthA p a r t m ent
Vestview Country Club. adopted for the affair. Approxi- w''rk
Also scheduled to -speak will mately 350 women are expected 11 12th~w m n's
e Mrs. Archibald Silverman. t0 be on hand to extend their 1951 i Lu"cJen
ice president of the World Jew- quota for the Young Matron's tv ~Lawyers' Accountants
Lrut in this year's camnaipn Dinner
Entitled. The Head And The
5thApartment House Division Heart' the program will star Dan-
Workers Tiy..)!e- who win Sln8 Thomas
Jefferski from the Irving Ceasar's
Songs Of Friendship.
The broadcast will dramatize
the B'nai B'rith service program,
including the Anti-Defamation
League. Hillel. B'nai B'rith Youth
Organization and the other B'nai
B nth agencies and philanthropic
institutions.
6thHotel Unit Dinner
6thInsuranceFinance Divi-
sion Workers
7thFurniture Division Work-
ers
10th
16th
Hotel
through
Week. Breakfast 'meeting daily
111.-. r e s t aurant Divsioi
Bion
Division
Sec untv
ar s campaign.
Harry Hershfield is known as
12th_Bu.ldinS Trade Workers
e creator of a number of legend mittee
ami Beach, won the discussion
contest on the topic: What Is
The Jew?
Peter Rosedale. Grand Aleph
Godol, was guest speaker and
discussion leader for the semin-
ars while Irv Goldhoff, advisor
to the Royal Palm Chapter, serv-'
ed as convention consultant from
the Miami area, assisting Hy Sel-:
ber, Allie Goldstein and Morris
Chornin, advisors to th Gator
Chapter in Jacksonville.
Campaign Advisor Com-
th
cartoon characters, and in
recent years he has gained recog in ^nT"^' R<"'pCJrt
;. n as an after-dinner speaker l h t-h .-
known to millions 0f S?-?^ H"? ^mntT
i listeners as the star of the w,T w
._ A"* -JJ~ '"lens Business and
,h needs lSS^H Llf^
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K~v *, ecviraasws bs*s* "-t
Jeroi
Hai
Nelson Vivitz.
h.-tory of the '.w?,0' thi thirY-'iv diorama, depicting tht
exhibition at th i lroIn Biblieal times Jo the present now on
M.ami Be.A. sh0I.eiKC,Va-,c,de' 23rd S*' *nd ,he ^
objets darts ;,," P'astic and industrial arts. Thousand
copper-hammered Kr9 rom $1-500 mechanical chess set !
*** "h llay* may b. purchase.



FRIDAY. JANUARY 25, 1952
+Je*lst>ncri
PAGE 3 A
I'll Say...
/Elinor's Note: Mr. Simonhoff is presently en a
1.-1,1 lour. This column, as well as those published
i,,' near future, are being written on the high seas
, one of the many Far Eastern countries Mr. Sim-
it is now touring.)
{ \RI3BEAN AND A TINY JEWISH REPUBLIC
| To the era' of discovery that followed Columbus,
L. Caribbean area seemed the most inviting in all
\. Western Hemisphere. And no wonder. Eternal
L gwatbed its sun bathed islands without num-
t A serene atmosphere dazzled the European, un-
icustomed to such opulent splendor. With a mini-
mum (if effort, the tropical soil yielded its treasures
| lush vegetation. The brilliant plumage of birds
L the unstant changing hues of the sea made the
EiH.i,ap<-.- of Renaissance painters look tame and
Lj.r.unpk.ce. The age old dream of a terrestrial
I ....s finally realized.
a.ASlSH PREOCCUPATION
It is significant that for over a century Spain and
jigland overlooked the importance of North Amer-
Ja. Spain was intent upon extracting gold and build-
lf> churches in Mexico. Beyond the Rio Grande, the
tigged mountains and desert plains seemed too for-
Idding for settlement. Florida was a place for the
buntain of Youth; St. Augustine was finally built
hd fortified to protect the Spanish ships when they
fund a sea lane on the edge of the gulfstream better
Ian the straight line across the ocean from Trinidad
the ports of Castile.
KGLISH FREEBOOTING
To the northern continent, Britain had a claim
ksed on discovery in 1497, by John Cabot. Yet the
rsl successful English colony began in 1607, during
Ho reign oi prosaic and pedantic James I. The bril-
iini Elizabethan age was content with the raids of
nous buccaneers as Raleigh, Drake, Hawkins,
| bisher, who sailed the Spanish Main to cap-
the galleon! laden with gold and silver from
Peru. The magnet that drew freebooter
vas tlie Caribbean perimeter, ringed north
little and big isles. To the men of the
| 17th centuries, this area promised to become
-Tid Mediterranean, the home of an old-new civ-
I i ii : both of the Americas.
U 10LIC EXCLUSIVENESS
It v old appear that Portugal, which claimed
Marranos In The New World
Brazil, and Spain, owner of the remaining western
v. irld south of Texas, would r.pen their vast domain
to European immigrants. But such was not the case.
Both empires reserved the unlimited territory to their
own nationals, provided they were Catholics of old
Christian stck. The recent Jewish conversos were
rigidly excluded; and to make sure that the new
settlements harbored no Marranos, Holy Offices of
the Inquisition were set up in Mexico. Peiu, and in
cities of the New Continents. Smoke of human sac-
rifice was soon wafted from aut.j-da-fes of the new
world.
MARRANOS SETTLERS
Notwithstanding, Jews disguised as Christians
came and settled, preferably on the isles of enchant- *
merit. "As usual, they prospered and brought benefits
with them. Two Marranos took along sugar cane
from Madeira and thus started the sugar industry, to
which the West Indies owe their greatest prosperity.
It is impossible to estimate the number of Jewish
settlers; they had to be secretive to escape the watch-
ful eyes of the Inquisitors. And so, as long as Spain
or Portugal ruled, the New Christians were not to be
distinguished from the Old ones.
But the struggle for colonial expansion began.
Desultory warfare raged constantly, with England,
France, or Holland sniping at Spain and Portugal
the old badger game of the Have Nots plundering
those who have. The Caribbean Islands and Seaboard
were the prizes and changed masters with each vic-
tory. So as soon as Holland took over, the Marranos
came out of hiding and openly assumed their Judaism.
After the English victory in Jamaica, the crypto-Jews
of Kingston petitioned to, and obtained from, Charles
II the right to practice their ancestral religion. In
Pernambuco, the Jewish community soon numbered
5,000 souls. The Jews of Curacao became important
enough for Isaac Aboab, an eminent spiritual leader
in Amsterdam, to leave his post and become the first
Rabbi in all the Americas.
JADDUA SAVANNAH
One place, taken and held by the Dutch, was re-
captured by the Portuguese. The Jews, guilty of re-
lapsing from Christianity, were on their way to the
burning stake. Thev had no alternative but flight.
But where? They hit upon a novel device. Why not
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
form their own Colony? Surely, there was available
space in the vast new world.
A town-site was selected near what is now Suri-
nam in Dutch Guiana. They erected houses, built
docks, constructed walls and battlements to protect
the settlement. Plantations were laid out in the open
country, and for labor, they followed the example of
the Spaniards, the Dutch, the English, the French,
the Portuguese: they purchased Negro slaves. A tiny
Jewish commonwealth was set up with its own laws
i;nd governing body. Jaddua Savannah became a go-
ing concern, and was recognized, by the Dutch at
least, as a separate sovereignty. The little Jewish
state was able to repel a sea attack by the Portuguese.
RUNAWAY SLAVES
The Sephardic Jews, following the custom of the
times, were perhaps no more humane than the Christ-
ians. Harshness to slaves was the conduct of all peo-
ple in a cruel age, before Enlightenment had enunciat-
ed the Rights of Man as a faith and a dogma. What-
ever the cause, the slaves began to escape. The Ne-
groes lived in the fertile jungle and multiplied rapid-
ly. The Jews brought in more slaves, and more es-
caped. After a generation, the blacks in the tropical
jungle far outnumbered the entire population within
Jaddua Savannah. The erstwhile slaves began to at- *
tack the plantations of their former task masters, and
liberate their fellow Africans. The farms had to be
abandoned, and the walled town held out stubbornly.
The war with the blacks in the jungle became threat-
ening and desperate. Finally, the settlers had to
abandon their principality and seek new homes
this time on the English fringe of North America.
SEPHARDIC ERRORS
The attempt at forming a Jewish State in the
Western World was no doubt praiseworthy. But the
experiment revealed the arrogance, the harshness, .
the caste spirit in Spanish Jewish character. Per-.;.:
secuted Jews were then cooped up in the squalid.',
ghettoes of Germany. In Poland lived a large popu-v
lation of excellent material for colonization and state
building. Shiploads of fellow Jews from East and
Central Europe could have been imported, not for
slave labor, but as settlers and builders of a Jewish
Republic. But to the haughty ex-Marranos, no Jews
rated other than those hailing from Spain or Por-
tugal. The fate of Jaddua Savannah was thus sealed
in its very inception._______________________________--|
'lorida University
ommencement Set
for February 2nd
'.red thirty eight Uni-
|- Florida students have
l degree to be awarded
It i id ar commencement cxer-
I. al Gainesville, on February
I
. i speaker at commence-
Kili je Thomas J. Watson,
Iran man of the Board of Direc-
>i> of ;h(. International Business
lachines Corporation.
Graduates from Miami with
u degrees include Mildred H.
1 od, MAE; Burton Myron
Miciaelfo BS; Richard Madden
litl Ma; Edward Siegel. BA;
n Dmitri Elias Thoro, BS.
Miami.Beach graduates include
i iv Edward Breger, BSBA;
irles i-ouis Cohen, BSBA;
Chailes Harlai) Greenberg, LLB;
rtram. Oshms. BSP: Jerome
Hei iy P;.ikes, BSPH: and Nor-
lan A. Rossman, Jr.. BSBA.
Young Judaeans Plan Tree Grove
In Israel; List Competition Winners
Delta Epsilon Beta Chooses Officers
A grove of 1,000 trees will be
planted in the Jewish National
Fund Forest of Six Million in Is-
rael by the Southern Judaeans,
according to plans formulated
Atlanta won the annual folk
dance contest, and the Savannah
DOZ chapter won the chor-
al competition. Extemporaneous
speaking was won by Marian
Bear of Orlando, Florida, who
Delta Epsilon Beta, of the Mi-
ami Jewish Community Center;
recently held election of officers.
Appointed to office were Ros-
treasurer; Connie Krassner, his-
torian: Shirley Brooks, chapls I :
Marilyn Miller, parliament..:.,
and Ailene Hyines, sergeant-at-.
recently in Daytara: Beach-at-thef competed with twenty other Ju-
annual Senior Judaean Winter j daeans. Winners of other tourna-
Conclave. j ments included: Girls basket-
Adoption of the Israeli project j ball, FOZ, of Atlanta; Ping Pong,
came after a presentation of the
! lyn Fox, president; Irma Plot- | arms.
! kin, vice president; Eleanor Bas- I _'..__ ,, LI
kin. recording secretary; Renee Delta Epsilon Beta meets on-,
Ellis, secretary; Esther Millstone, (Tuesday evenings at the Center^
Billy Sinrich, Thomaston, Geor-
plan by David Rossi of Savannah,
who is the Southern Jewish Na-
tional Fund representative. Fifty-
dollars was raised during the
conclave as" an initial step to-
wards the 1,000 trees.
Other highlights of the annual
convention included winning of
the basketball tournament by the
JAC chapter of Atlanta, which
will now represent the_6outh at
the National Summer convention.
A combined folk, dance rteam of
the FOZ and JAC chapters of
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FRIDAY, JANUARY. 25.
EDITORIAL
Jewish >lnsi- Month
The Jewish Music Council of Greater Miami,
as indeed the entire nation, is currently prepar-
ing to celebrate Jewish Music Month. The Festiv-
al will be held from February throuqh March
9th.
Most often, when Jews consider their musical
heritage, they become filled with a feeling of
emptiness. Jewish literary and philosophic pro-
duction apparently overshadow for them both
the quality and the volume of their musical art.
What appears even more despairing is that Jew-
ish composers of the Golden Age seem all to have
been proselytes. While a Felix Mendelssohn or
a Gustav Mahler can in no way be compared
to Mozart or Beethoven, it is nontheless undeni-
ably true that they stand among the ranks of
the great composers; yet, it is precisely these, as
notable examples of the convert, who have re-
moved themselves from recognition as particular-
ly Jewish composers.
Giacomo Meyerbeer and Jacques Offenbach,
operatic titans in their day, cae currently slighted
despite their Jewish affiliation on the basis of
musical snobbism.
But the Jew of the twentieth century does not
need to feel any inferiority so far as musical art
is concerned, and it will be the function of Jewish
Music Month to demonstrate the truth of this
precept. For one thing, specifically Hebraic lead-
ing motives have pervaded the spirit of modern
music to such a degree that even non-Jewish
composers have become concerned with them.
But beyond this teasing quality, stands the un-
alterable fact that Jewish composers today are
producing serious music as worthwhile qualita-
tively us most of the productions of their non-
Jewish colleagues. While it will be difficult for
them to overshadow the works of Jan Sibelius,
Serge Prokoiieff or Vaughan Williams, such out-
standing Jewish musical geniuses as Ernest Bloch,
Darius Milhaud and Arnold Schoenberg have
little to be ashamed of with their own composi-
tions. Indeed, the recently deceased Schoenberg
A BARRIER THAT MUST NOT BE CREATED
has been responsible for a revolution in music
" harmony and construction.
Bloch, with his Sacred Service, and Milhaud
with his liturgical music for the Synagogue, have
brought new spirit to the literature of music which
will reflect for all time the Hebrew spirit. Leon-
ard Rose, famous American 'cellist who spent
the major part of his life in Miami, will perform
Bloch's Schelomo Rhapsody on February 10th
and February 11th, with the University of Miami
Prayers Go To Sehool
Only recently, we commented in thtie
umns on the appointment of an official Am
representative to the Vatican. We mMniTt?
that such an appointment is symbolic on?
denial of a basic constitutional principle k
separation of church and state. ^e
We went a step further. We indicated th*.
the recognition of a religious seat as a secul
government would play havoc with ourb
standing tradition and create confusion. indeeH
that it would represent a relapse to mediei
ideology which fostered seemingly endless c
flict between secular and religious lords for noh
ical power while mankind inherited the blood"
consequences of such selfish warring for pow/
Now it has been brought to our attention then
one more step in the direction of confusing church
and state is in the offing. It appears that the New
York State Board of Regents recently recommend-
ed daily prayers in the public schools. Such
recommendations become a tacit admittance of
failure on the part of school authorities to prevent
universal, present-day fears from entering the
classroom. But worse, it indicates that the church
step by step is rising to its knees to test its author-
ity over men's minds once again.
We would hardly concede that the church
owns a secret panacea for the ills to the world.
The cure does not lie in any specific spiritual
organization. The allaying of fear in the minds
of young people must come from general truthi
recognized by all. In becoming re-sensitized to
the church's ancient self-given miracle and au-
thority, we shall be selling the freedom of our
minds; we shall, meanwhile, have done nothing
to combat those inimical ideologies conclusively
considered refeated with the introduction of wor-
ship to classrooms.
Report Meeting Of
McCarthy, ADL
NEW YORK CITY AJP>In
iendly, informal atn
top national leaders of the Anti-
Defa
Symphony Orchestra as a tribute to Jewish Music
Month. A masterly performer, his program should
serve to augment the Month's principle: that
modern Jewish music need remain silent in the
face of none of its current non-Jewish counterparts.
Jews In Sports
ltad> MuiiViif s Prove Ability
Dade County students have | The survey made use of 6 dif-
been found to compare favorablv ferent tests which yielded 18 sep-
with students throughout the na-larate scores measuring diffemt
tinn on ar tnn.ttu readini! and .
( school achievement. A
.580 student-. 20.742
,128 test scores were
the study.
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*Jewist fhrtdlian
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By: Lt. Cmdr. ELIHU RICKEL,
._ Chaplain USN
UCdHefa N<>t< : Chaplain Hlckel, on*
nf thf corpi of .It-winh rhaiilainn re-
cruited and iarvad y th. Division
IPf iuHktotoa Activities of the National
lewish Welfare iioard. Ii back in th<-
rnttril SfWea after "n iirriuotin nine-
month (">r of frontline Marftwe In Korea.)
I returned from Korea a few
weeks ago, and I don't like what
I have been seeing, hearing and
reading here. The initial pleasur-
able feelings evoked by the com-
forts of our way of lifeclean
ivhite sheets, running water, heat-
ed rooms, tasty foodanesthesiz-
,ed me for a few days. Now, as I
emerge .from the spell of abun-
dance .and observe the nature of
the relationship between troops
in Korea and civilians at home, I
am confused and heartsick.
The scenes of the battle in Ko-
rea are'still vivid in my mind.
They are a part of me, seared into
blessings which the civilian takes
so much tor granted.
I must not loose perspective.
The largest segment of Americans
is not composed of swindlers,
racketeers or traitors. It tries to
abide by the law. pay taxes and
discharge the normal obligations
of citizens. Not all Americans are
so immersed in the mad pursuit
of pleasure that they fail to as-
sume some measure of responsi-
bility toward those who are hold-
ing the freedom line 8,000 miles
from home.
There are people who work for
and contribute to Jewish semi-
naries which produce the rabbis
who become chaplains and who
Chaplain Rickcl
. memory; I can't forget my
.':rides who live in frosty bunk-
on snow-capped ridges, who
: nd and stomp their cold feet in
lines, who cross craggy,
.-iippory terrain under enemy ob-
.- viition, who squat around
small pot-bellied stoves and open
:ires, who man weapons with
that never warm up, who
drive heavy trucks over slippery
::;nuntain trails and who crawl
into sleeping bags at night, escap-
ng from the consciousness of a
routine which is drab, dull, bor-
irtft cr.dlessand dangerous.
1 have read newspapers from
San Francisco to New York, since
my return, and I'm not very
. roud of my countrymen at home.
I read of public officials using
their favored positions for illegal
private gain, of gigantic tax
frauds, of racketeering in high
places, of collusion among the
underworld, business and public
servant! and of deceit and dupli-
city against the best interests of
the government and the people.
I don't like what I hear. Some
people have asked me about Ko-
rea as though they were inquir-
ing about a safari in the jungles
of Africa. They are more curious
than interested and concerned.
They wonder, in comfortable de-
tachment what it is like out there,
as if Korea has no special signifi-
cance or relationship to them-
1 Ives, the elementary interests of
>'Ur country and our way of life.
They regard that "poor kid"
'iuatting in an icy fox hole on
c windswept ridge as a hapless
usin sent out there by "a bung-
>c and confused leadership."
T.:ejf haven't the will or the pa-
' "nee to.understand the full im-
! ications of the Korean problem;
r do they recognize the urgen-
and relevancy Korea bears on
': e security of the United States
d the free world.
I dori*t like what I see. Fun and
version have all too high a
"nfy these days. I'm not
-aiqst.fun, but I am against the
id and measure of fun which
out the awareness of duty,
'-spbnaibility and concern for the
"'inmonwealth. That frozen youth
:n Korea is the forgotten one to
so many pleasure-seeking Ameri-
cans, In some communities, he is
80 much forgotten that drives for
the blood bank lag and fail. The
American in Korea is the person-
al representative of the civilian
back home. He is doing a vital
J"b at the risk of his health and
life. He helping to contain a
kind of aggression which in its
final stages will seek to destroy
the basis for the security and
serve as links of morale between
the fighting men and their homes.
I think of congregations who re-
lease their spiritual leaders and
encourage them to accept a GI
ministry surrounded by all man-
ner of dilficulties and danger. I
think of all my colleagues
whether in the Rabbinical Coun-
cil of America, the Central Con-
ference of American Rabbis, or
the Rabbinical Assembly of
Americawho, together with the
Division of Religious Activities of
the National Jewish Welfare
Board, have done and are doing
such a magnificent job of recruit-
ing urgently needed Jewish chap-
lains tor all branches of the Arm-
ed Forces. I think of the people in
the Jewish, communities of Amer-
ica who support and solicit funds
for those agencies which devoted-
ly serve the needs of men who
fight and suffer for America.
Would that I could personally
transmit my views to local Jewish
federations and welfare funds and
persuade them to increaseand
increase substantiallytheir sup-
port of the National Jewish Wel-
fare Board, the "parent" of thou-
sands of boys in uniform dispers-
ed in all parts of the world. For
without the JWB's vital supplies
and services, no Jewish chaplain
could fulfill his ministry.
I conclude with a true incident,
unvarnished by many transmi'.als
from hand to hand. I can't give
you the number of the ridge or
the exact time. It was a beastly
hot morning when a battalion of
Marines jumped off and started
the slow, bloody climb towards
the crest of a ridge. Many men
who started the climb did not
reach the top, but enough made
it to produce the following ropy
in newspapers: "The enemy has
been driven off the ridge, and it
is r.ow occupied by American
troops."
The following day a Jewish lad
' sought me out in the valley* be-
i low the ridge and gave a crum-
pled check, saying "Chaplain. I
I made an agreement with God
that if I got off the ridge alive I
i would give my pay check to God
! and to those people who help you
I in your work out here." I carried
1 out his request as though it were
[a holy mission. It should help to
] guide the thinking of many here
. at home.
I The American people cannot
i and must not turn away trom the
j pressing challenges of our day
I which demand great leadership
sacrifice and service. The aware
ness on the part of the few must
become an awakening on the pan
of the many. I pray that it wiL
come in ample time to save ui
and all free men for the danger;
I which surround us.
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FRIDAY, JANUARY, as. .n,?
Miss Ritwe Engaged
To Officer Candidate
The engagement of t h e i r i
daughter, target, to Preston
Zanc Silverman. son of Mr and
Mrs. David Silverman. of 19.3
SW 23rd Terrace, Miami, has
times gel it
Florence
UP IStonSfwilh Sid Lewis' decor and figU-fciTlSb -
room CasaJuno Holel is the entire Palm Beach "**"*
Riviera Beach area. The CasaJuno went up just now on :theJuno
Beach oceanfront. Owners Jack Schieff and Harry (Miami BmM
Gordon chose Sid after seeing hii smart color nd. C^'"V" 't*
Tuxedo Park and numerous other dwelling! and developments
. Unique in the CasaJuno is the handworked bamboo Sid
discovered, from a down-deep Florida native up that way .
How long can a man cherish a dream is Mrt-^if2^
incidentally. Back in 35 he was rolling along, wondering u here life
was taking him. when he caught his first sight of the Atlantic on
toe Route 1 hihwav a flash of brilliant blue in wilderness. Life
enrolled him in" Navy service through World War II,.but the dream
held. From Rochester, NY. he came to Miami, a builder. And now
he's built it his dream-hotel on the very site his heart picked
1 vparc "i p/il
" Sermon for the Week: if you wait long enough, kid. you some-
e Lewis reports their opening was a Page One affair.
Attending were all up-the-state celebrities including the Palm
Beach county commissioners, and the mayors of the adjoining
towns .Second top event of January for the Sid Lewis family
is their move into their own newly-built Miami home, probably
Wednesday!
BONDS FOR ISRAEL:
David Zvsman. Dena Abrashkin and other vigorous spirit- in
the Bonds for Israel office saw a record marked up in the Hotel
Good's cocktail lounge the other night, when winter guests pUi
up an astonishing total. Leadir.g off was prominent New \orKCV
Nathan Levine followed by Philadelphia's Sam Goodman. Then
George and Anne Shapiro of Baltimore. Md. she's bigtime in
Baltimore's Hadassah signed for s S500 Bar Mitzvah gift. Dave
Rosner bought again with a S100 bor.d for his beautiful grand-daugh-
ter. Sharon. Ruthii's babv Sam Slotkin and I were shooting the
breeze until the entertainment started. His Ruthie's living in Mt.
Clemens. Michigan ar.d Pinky managed a 5-day stay ire dur-
ing the holidavs.
VISITING:
House-guests with Ceil and Sonnie De Vorkin in Coral Gables
are Florelte and Herman Halperin from Irvinglon. N.J. Herman's
the guy with book-lined rooms in his house, but they're not books
they're music albums Norfolk. Va. residents in Miami for
two months ere Max and Lillian Resnick. The last time I saw
Lillian was 21 years ago.
BETWEEN THE LINES:
T\v the B h are vying with i
..... ., n they
-t : -. One is xpi n. wrung fi
to the mire and pulled
. that I si
y So-and-S the to 1 : it ovei
ABRASHA BRODSKY:
Mimi Retskin and her music circles are excited ever the chance
to keep Abrasha Brodsky and his wife here, permanently. Brod-
sky will be p.'osenled Sunday. February 3rd. at a select concert
at the Jewish Cultural Center. Renowned and brilliant, he's most
recently from San Francisco, following three historical piano con-
certs there on "Piano Music of the Ages." As Mimi puts it. so
sincerely: "We need him and his music, for ourselves and for our
children. We want everybody to come hear him play!"
ON TOUR:
There's a lore and quut moment after the "Jotham Valley"
presentation when Mrs Bunnv Austin in the cast, form* i English
actress, steps forward to testify tor M Armament ai
"I am Jewish LITERALLY with hearts of gold are Willaim
and Eva Gold of Jamaica Estates, L.I. When they heard that Mrs.
Isaac Levin hankered for some headlined party as diversion for
Mt. Sinai's nurses, the Golds got the Helene Hotel gardens and. I
hear, fabulous prizes, just to make the evening more golden! Tha
Golds have been wintering here almost since the first coconut float-
ed ashore and look root .
FAST FLASHES:
SPECIAL BOW to readers like Ceil Winkleman and Dottv Ap-
ple Spotted on Lincoln Road, quite a piece from their Old Cutler
Road, were Al Gottesman and Birdie drifting into a men's
George Hechter, Long Island publisher and crony of every polit-
ico you can mention, meet or mutter, is seeking something interest-
ing in the publishing or public relations fields. Syd Denis is his
sister.
I'LL SAY:
News about the merging of 14 regional public relation* firms
m principal cities is interesting and unique. These have :
Public Relations Management Corporation, to carrv out national
policies of their clients. Greater Miami is nowhere' in the list of
ChrSe_ reason's simPle; none of 'he toys here speak to each
REMINDING:
The "we're belter than ever" concert by the Jewish Folk
Chorus on February 14th has a city full of faithful supporters
Many of your friends are on the Chorus' executive board, such
anFE2* UlVltZ- "*$**.**& Dan DantS- vice-president,
and Joseph Shulman. Jennie Sadkin. Maurice Carroll, Hvman
Davis. Ben Lippoff, Mrs. Minnie Goldberg. Mrs Ida Levin 2
Sylvia Shandloff. This completes the rost'e'r we ran in part ias1
Miss Marge: Ritwe
i d bv Mr. and Mrs.
J. J. Ritwe, of 1957 SW 17th
Street.
A j late ol Miami High
School, Miss Ritwi is a si
at t!".< L'nivi rsitj Florida.
> pn si lent of the
A | .i Epsilon Phi
vice pi lent of 1 I an i llenic
Coui Shi ah entl
: Sigma Tau Delta, :'
Englis Societ; 1
: I
Mr. Silvermai
f Floridi
,vas a mi
!a Phi. Hi '
trail t Bail
1 at
' : .
No date I I for
ling.
Mirskys Wed At
Home Of Bride
The foi .i er Lila Kurtz V
man. daughter ol Mi
Kurt/. 1836 SW llth St.. Miami.
was married to Irving Mirsky,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Hei ry Mir
Mr*. Irving Mirsky
Canter end Mrs. Abraham Seif recently returned from a honey-
moon in Cuba and Key West, following their marriage which took
place last December 23rd. at tie Kneseth Israel Congregation.
They are now residing at 1114 Euclid Avenue.
Israelite Center
VTA Schedules
I him It ami'
Th< I ?.\ I I-:..- lite Cen-
hold a B irn Dane to-
at the
'
n ; music
:.... him and his

Harry Buck SQverman
chairman of the affair and will
be assisted by Mrs. Hyn.,n Ger-
setman. Mrs. Doc Rose, Mrs. Sam
Sandier. George Kessler aid Mrs.
S. L. Cohen.
Going Formal?
Fer-nai vvtir
that i| fr>$hly
cleared, imartly
tyleO. properly
fitted.
ComDlete c:.tfita
inciud.ng thoei.
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Sunday, January 27th. S p m.
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MARTHA RAYE, OUS VAN
Prcceetfi to Harry-Anna
Crippled Children's Home
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Sponsor:
M. B. Elk's Lodfle 1601
Afiss Audrey Bergida
Miss Audrey Bergida
Plans June Wedding
A June wedding is being plan-
red by Miss Audrey Berpida.
daughter of Mr. anj Mrs. Wil-
liam H. Bergida. of 6231 SW Mth
Street. Miami.
The bridegroom-elect is Jer-
ome- S. Merlm. son ol Mr. nd
Mrs. E. D. Merlin, 1815 South
Miami Avenue.
Miss Bergida was graduated
from the Miami Beach High
School and attended the Univer
sity of Miami. She is a m
of the Young Adult Group Coral
Gables Jewish Center. Mr \ '
hr. a graduate of the
High School, attended the Urn'
" |ty of Miami ard th* ITni
versity of Florida where he was
a member of t-,, vL / i.as
fraternity T"U Eps:lca Ph>
2351 NW 46tl street, last I
Rabbi
8 Li hrman offi iate I
ed of eyelet
.
1 |
Mhnorand reel reuse.
'! 5I : Miss Be i
: nor. wo.
blue
1 P">k i -- Stan-
lev Greeeon was :
lfon,.w,VipVh0r and :
*ea the ceremony at the
, Colony Re.-taurant. The MUnE
i ^i^d-at 175.1 SWl3.hS',:'..
Spirella Corsetiere
C P" ADpc.ntment_ie7659
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fat free Buttermilk. No Sugar, no Fatl.
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Ask for it at your Grocery or Health Food Store
Wholesale Distribution by
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' N. W. 7th Avenue. Miami. Florida
Honey Ca*.* Co Holland. Michigan


Uv JANUARY 25. 1952
Personally Speaking
Jliat Ma GiOMman. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice
iman, has returned to Miami for a two-week stay to visit
[her family.
* *
Pave and Hy Bass, of New York, are visitinq with their
ler, Mrs. S. Bass, of 1250 Drexel Avenue. Miami Beach.
< T
yliss LiHion Kaplan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Kaplan
|3 SW 22nd Road. Miami, arrived on January 23rd, for a
Iweek visit with her family between semesters at Hunter
je. New York. Miss Kaplan majors in Psychology there.
iss June Mindlin arrived last week to the city following a
bean tour which included extended visits to France, der-
v, Austria, Italy, Spain and England.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice S. Weintraub, of 2351 SW 21st Street
iunoe- the birth of their son. Robert Jay. who arrived at
U .Hospital last January 10th. The Bris was held last
lay, and among guests present were maternal grandpar-
!Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wolfe, of 1820 SW 14th Avenue
* +
Ax. and Mrs. Jack Mackowitz, of Manhattan, and Eerty
beim and Etta Reichman, of Brooklyn. New York, are here
three-week stay at the Promenade Hotel, Miami Beach
^nd Mrs. Mqx Zucker. of 620 SW 18th Terrace, Miami resi-
for the pat three years, are entertaining the visitors
* + *
4iss Judy Lefcoe. of 2120 SW 21st Street. Miami, will tender
rty tomorrow evening in honor of her cousin, Miss Karen
Brooks, of Atlantic City and Philadelphia
* *
son. Andrew, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Stan Jacobs of
|28th Street. Miami Beach, last December 21st, at the Mount
Hospital. Mrs. Jacobs is the former Miss Pancoe
* *
surprise party arranged by friends was recently held in
:of Mr. and Mrs. Boris Meltzer's 41st wedding anniversary.
kg those present were Mr. and Mrs. Ben Johnson, Mr. and
Isidor Schwartz, Mr. and Mrs. A. Egerman and sister, Mrs.
le Wolfe. Mr. A. Silverberg. Mrs. Fannie Siegel and Mrs.
Iharger. On that occasion, Mrs. Meltzer also celebrated her
BOV.
+Jelslirk>rkiton
PAGE 7 A
Richard Essen To Be
Bar Mitzvah Feb. 2nd
!^x- aT?d Mrs. Ben Essen, of
616 North Rtd Road. South Mi-
ami announce the Bar Mitzvah
of 1 heir son, Richard Joel, on
Saturday morning. February 2nd,
9:30 a.m., at the Beth David
synagogue.
The Bar Mitzvah is an 8th
grade student of the Ponce de
Leon Junior High School, Coral
Gables. A member of the Boy
acouts, he also studies music and
is a member of the Coral Gables
Youth Basketball Team.
He received his religious in-
struction at the Beth David He-
brew School and will continue his
studies there. Rabbi Max Shapiro
and Cantor Maurice Mamches
will officiate during the cere-
mony. A Kiddush will follow ]n
the Synagogue.
A reception is also planned in
the Bar Mitzvah's honor to be
held during the evening, 8:30
p.m., at the Hibiscus Masonic
Temple, Alton Road, Miami
Beach. Among out-of-town guests
will be Mr. and Mrs. Hyman
Friedman and Mr. and Mrs. Ro-
bert J. Scheer, of Springfield,
Massachusetts. Also present will
be the former president of the
New England Regional Hadassah
and her husband, Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Salter, of Boston.
Sholem Lodge
Has iMncheon
A testimonial Luncheon wiJI
be sponsored by Sholem Lodge,
B'rai B'rith, in honor of Melvi^
Harris, Columbia, South Carolina,
president of the District Graml
| Lodge No. 5, this afternoon 12:15
p.m., at the Miami Colonial Ho
tel.
Subject of Harris' address wiJt
be B'nai B'rith109 Years C"
Community Service. Harris is
completing a tour of the south
eastern district and will describe
the new three-fold service pro
gram adopted by B'nai B'rith fci
the Armed Forces, Civil Defense
and Disabled Veterans.
Officers of Sholem Lodge wilt
, act as the reception committee,
headed by Alan Kessler, Lunch
eon chairman. President Jerome
| H. Weinkle of the Lodge will pre-
' side.
Brandeis Auxiliary
The Ladies Auxiliary of the
Louis D. Brandeis Lodge No. 199,
Free Sor.s of Israel, held a meet-
ing recently to discuss plans for
their Donor Luncheon on Febru-
ary 14th, at the Vagabond Club.
Mrs. Sadye Gordon is commit-
tee chairman, ar.d Mrs. Gladys
Plotkin and Mrs. Helen Jacoby
fere in charge of admissions.
Anlmore Studios
Richard Joel Essen
Friedman Attends B'nai
B'rith Daytona Function
Milton Friedman, Miami attor-
ney, attended a District Grand
Lodge Executive Committee
Meeting early this week in Day-
itona Beach.
| Acting in the capacity of of-
l ficer in a Degree Team, Fried-
| man aided in the initiation of a
j new group joining the Daytona
, Lodge. He was also main speaker
I at the banquet following the cer-
' emonv.
Ossip Elected President
Of Dade County Agents
Al Ossip, of the Feuer and Ofc
sip Company, was elected presi-
dent of the Dade County Mutu.l
Agents Association for the year
1952, last week at a regulcr
monthly meeting of local agentt.
Other officers appointed withi
Ossip were Roger Toop, vice
president, and Wallace Montgom
ery, secretary and treasurer.
Mrs. Alper Gives
B'nai B'rith Luncheon
A Luncheon and Card Party is
being sponsored by Mrs. Dave A)
i per at her home, 1715 Calais
Drive, on Wednesday, January
30th, at 12:30.
Full gross receipts will be dor-
I ated to the B'nai B'rith Women':
| Chapter of Miami Beach for phi!
anthropic projects.
hdan, Reich Betrothal Told
the University of-Miami. The
couple met in a ceramics class
there.
lilt Dorothy Kashdan
land Mrs. Samuel Kashdan,
18th Street, Miami Beach,
Ve the betrothal of their
l-r. Dorothy, to Private
\r> Reich, son of Mr. and
BWnan Reich, 838 Lenox
J mer resident of New York
Pe bride-elect is in attend-
|i Wle University of Miami,
1 sne '' ajors in Education
member, of the Future
r "f America.
f.t? Reich is a member of
| -'n Troop Carrier Wing
l,'l tri Miami and studies
'e Evening Division of
Beaeh Nwtttmry
School Begins
Registration
The Nursery School at the Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Center is ac-
cepting enrollment for the new
term beginning Monday. January
28th, it has been announced by
Ben Zion Ginsburg, chairman of
the Board of Education.
Children from 3 to 5 will be
registered through Friday, from
9 a.m.. to 12 noon, in the Center's
School Building and Patio, 1701
Washington Avenue. The Center
Nursery School offers a bi-cul-
tural program American and
Hebrew. Its faculty includes Rab-
bi Irving Yehrman. spiritual
leader of the Center, Mrs. Nor-
man Glover, Graduate Nursery
School Supervisor, and Mr. Syd-
ney G. Greenberg, Educational
Director.
Mr. Ginsburg also announces
! a series of Siyum Hasefer par-
ties in the Hebrew School to be
| held by several classes during
.the last week in January. The
I parties will celebrate the com-
pletion of first semester text
books and advancement to sec-
ond semester studies. Partici-
pating will be classes 3H2, 4H, 5H
and 5H2 comprising more than
80 pupils. Special programs are
being planned to welcome the
parents of the children to Open
House at the Religious School.
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FRIDAY, IANUARY
PAGE 8 A
Jewish Home For The Aged Lists Steps
Required Of Applicants For Admission

:ecu;r^: enl ndicate ever a vacan
of the A c "'
- ars of ag< eg ttee to con r
nt of Greater Miami for at ...
. applies-.
for the H< m is


the aoi and Hom< I
who deterrr.ir.- ther the no- inated.
eligible 1 r
the K n
ed ti
e B
l with l ippli-
ant a, ........ tant. Pea Istein i
wheth< need foi insti- an thai
tuti .. in A:- elf off 1 thegei
munity, friends and his pn
inten its and activitit -
lion is the Ad '": rj ti
rihii-siiioii Hareaa Hood Wiff .
lUltaara lt>*alts Fetem hirriu
Of Hebiw Te*_ |wSoJSpoSft
Fifty new
The fir>:
will Group
ling pro- greeted t\ ,
h Schools of recently at t- p^
i were released last
Bunau of Jewish
I average scores show an
improv. f the -vear 1951
1950. Marks in Jewish His-
tory. Present Day Jewish Life,
anj H ">d Festivals were
I d.
The objectives of the Test were ment of relief
establish standard norms of 1 tiality to relig
irement in achievement in
eligious schools of Greater
Miami, to compare these norms
with those of last year, thus
ng progress made, and to
evaluate the year of possible edu-
cational growth while testing the
veness of the standard cur-
riculum of the Bureau and gen-
eral classroom efficiency. The
test also resulted in recommenda-
o individual schools.
Exposed to the program in 1951
were 564 students in grades 5
igh 10 In 1950. 504 stu-
in these grades took
- '
ii-embers n
their support at the cloJI
coffee Which was attend
proximately 200 ptrW51
added to the treasury by,
out-of-town gursts f0ilo^i
talks of Mrs. Etha Beck
dent, and Mrs Sidney
chairman of the Welfat
mittee. who explained %
ment of relief cases withS
tiahty to religion, creed a
All cases, they stated, are!
the organizations wellaw
until City or County WeS
encies can take over.
A memorial tribute
paid to Mrs. Gladys Gn
ently deceased co-chairn
Welfare Committee.
group was entertained
rythmic dancing of tweli
old Hilda Fleenor, and b
pantomine synchronized
corded music by Miss
Franklin. Miami Univefi
dent and member of.
the | Theatre School. Mrs.
I Bieninger presided as
All na
: rej I submitted
- tr A

ectivi in
7 '.
may either i t
Or.

:cally able, an n-
jed to visit and I
. Is and relati ;et
.'.tend
I ti ut of
-. vacation to visit child-
Jewish Home Toasts Anniversary
." A
M

I
1

k

It .
to stimulate I
:
ntinui
the Hon pracl
"

: nstitutiona
"'- ed the
::.
pportunn I tl ink and
r_;ar. ahead One I ui .
.'.here the
-d '.an be
n much better medical and
nursing care. Witl at .-. ..-
ar.-
'j.-apped : the Homi pi
-.. i at 1 -:
population
i
...

:
Harry Farr
Succumbs To
Heart Attack
Mian i I per-
: Harry H Fa:: er.t I
- :. New
Y- Ha Miami
Bearw Sal irday of a
heart attack in a : tal.
Mr Far -. as 75 ii .- old.
Or:, na Pennsyl-
r: in 1923.
formed the 1
Hi --.an 400 of Greater Miami's
Morris Fishbein To Address Doctors
And Dentists' Division On January
Dr. Morris Fishbein, former head of the American Maj
ition. author and lecturer, will be guest of honor at 1
of Dr. Morris Goodman at a gathering of local physical
dentists on Thursday. January 31st. it has been annousj
by Dr. Goodman.
The event is the first to be sponsored by the Do
Dentist's Division of the 1952*-
C oined Jewish Appeal. Invi-1
havi een extended to
V

via f the J
prom-
Synagogui B'i
ard ..- Realtor'
i
Mi Fan bj
Wil-
.'. I :. '.:
iated I the Farr 1

M s. Irene Sen]
Sylvia Sol He
"' rs. Dr. J : and
Morris r (Erie, m
Lottie Brown, I Miami, and
six n:<-.r. I nil Iren H<
with his wife at 4114 Pint I
Drive.
Servia w< n n Mond in
I :e Miami B> ai h Rivi rside I
el, Intermi nl was .''. tint Ne-
Ci metei
entiste to attend the
ail ir
Dr. Fishl ade many
contributions to mod-
: tnrc and has
- the World Medi-
lulletin. He has
: than 20 n
in the past 15 years and
if the En-
Brittanica. In n cent j at the visit to this co
Rabbi 1 Men
Jf*>r#*ir'M i
To Miami
A key to the City
Beach v.. nted
Rabbi Isar Jehuda I'nta
Tel Aviv, v Mayor D.
ell in a ceremony on
in which Mayor Powell
the official pl< aajpre ofcj
Harold Spaet
velopment of a .-.on-resident, dav-
Herbert Scher,
Vocational Group
Given Citation
Di Fil bein published the
S essful Marriage
:...-. Doctors At
'.'' Thi Modern Home
. A the 1 itter puh-
1951. His health col-
umn I by the Chi-
Sun-Times Syndicate. He
'. ritten mi dical articles
for thi Saturday Evening Post,
Digest, Worn m's Home
n and Collier's Maga-
Dr Fishbein served as profes-
turei at the University
of Chii ifj School of Medicine
and was Clinical Assistant Pro-
fessor of Medicine at the Uni-
versity of Illinois' College of Med-
icine During World War II. he
was consultant to the office of the
Surgeon General in the War De-
partment, and he has been con-
sultant as medical editor with
several publishing companies.
Dr. Fishbein was decorated with
The Miami Chamber of Com-
.... .. tiould. its chairman, a citation in ,ht' kn'Rht s Commander of the
rr imLShESw* .at a \ r5coPJtion f 'he achievements Crown in 1933. in Italy, and with
^ ^^ "tutJon along with of the organization, it was an- ,ht' Order of Carlos F.nlay in
nounced k. dn Cuba, in 1942. In 1948. President
Dresf-ntinp tK, ..,<.,..... Truman awarded Dr. Fishbein
the Certificate of Merit in recog-
nition of the doctor's "outstand-

such a distinguished
tive of the State of Is
The Rabbi, in return,
to Mayor Powell a
wine cup made in Isra
Rabbi Unterman add
assemblage at the Gro
tel on Mond;.v night.
his talk, guests purch*
000 worth of State
Bonds.
Subsequently. Rabbi Usl
was guest of honor at ij
at the home of Charles |
man. He returned to Net
on Thursday and expecUtj
for Israel in about two
H
i "mum i\ramer, executive m
out
f the aged tijai
it phase ol
initv i '
H
I. Be
I
Th.
I
. ; t the entire I
ther .. .
ther in Social S Herbert Schei
ight un-
'
Not |o the

'
'..".ued.
rea, again
care
tl
beca .
Miami can make a signal
tnbution. Studies of the Council
<'. Jewisl Federations and :: |.
foi the aged
and chronically .,
Flagler-Granada Party
Mrs. Morns Mark=. of 4495 SW jIZ'm, wSlL^" Bu:' "
2nd S,: ,,.. will be hostess at a fhc* MiS rll" S'''V"
Donor Games Party for the Flag Ccfunci ?f r ChuaP,er' Nations
4 institutional' tedsVr'thous i cZS?^ ftl? Comm"nity operates the ^ Wi!mcn' whi<*
Jewtoh Populate. ^Us^iuaT^Kl^n^ fi^ ^SftSlJ?,?*
cat*, a minimum need of 200 1 Cle?n w l?l^s- Ben I ^h located at 2073 S' ,ft'
portunity
na
chairman of the Shel-
h"P orj v tne
he
n,i
nal
omen, which
assist the hostess.
'enue.
2073 NW 7th Av-'
Dr. Aforrij Fishbein
Ben-Gurion Bra
Installs Dr. Que
The Ben-Gurum
304, Farband of Miami I
an installation of off'0*"'.
day evening. January 2Tftl
Beryl Morrison will I j
man of the affair,
Morris A. Skop, spinti
of the Coral Gables Je-
ter, guest speaker. *e f
the program will also j
Kritchesky. violinist.
Arthur Shutkin wiU'
Harry H. Queen as P"
,the organization. OtH^
; sume posts of office are.
Halperin. vice presidentl
Blanche Quasi a, hnancsti
tary: Albert I. Lorns,.
secretary; Abrarn
I treasurer; Reuben Bun
I Solomon 11 IpeiW,
Beryl Morrison, COja
'man'; Miriam HalpciW
'ship chairman; Anna
; publicity; Paul MiUst
:al Fund: and Dr. Qu
I Miami Jewish Fe*
Bureau of Jewisli &W
The Executive Coi
eludes Reuben IMff;.
Burstein. Ethel Dorf.TB*
zer, R. Gerbt-rt. Ma Z.
Max Borodin
iha pi 4>i- fWf'j
Musir 3f#J*,i
The Eouise ;"*fjf':
American Je^ m f
hold their g' "'".,'
i Monday. January -"
| at the Cadillac Hotel-
In honor oi
month, thev ^"^rfj
,cal program *'"f\
i aid Reiss, accompaw"
David Drucker


3AY, JANUARY 25, 1952
tod Fair Has
10w For
lildren's Group
[>od Fair Stores will sponsor
ecial performance on Satur-
February 2nd, 10:30 a.m.,
[the benefit of Underprivil-
Children and other child-
organizations throughout
fcter Miami, Miami Beach and
jywood. Refreshments will be
to the Children at the
Matured on the program will
amm.v Snead, Bob Feller, Al
Jn, Jack Redmond, Sandy the
Btebe's Hollywood Bears
"RoFie*' the Television Bear
[many others.
fee special performance will
froadcast, and movies will be
n for showing on television
[later date.
pn Unveiling
dication of a monument to
nemory of the late Leon El-
Iformerly of 1519 Drexel Av-
I, Miami Beach, will take
ft Sunday, January 27th at 2
lat the. Workman's Circle Plot
It. Sinai Cemetery. Mr. Elkin
la pioneer and organizer of
Vorrnan's Circle Branch 692
Ifs secretary" for a number of
B. He is survived by his wife,
pr; a son, Gerald; a daughter,
Shirley Freeman, of Long
d; also a sister, Mrs. Syliva
Idlnf:. of Miami, and two
lers, of New York. Arrange-
rs are in charge of Palmer's
hi Monument Company;
ps and relatives are asked to
Obituaries
jjtgai&Bgmm
PAGE 9 A
Beach. wEmPSnm^S""- Mlaml
w i-----'SI'. ?' > on January 19th.
M.
died '..n'ja nSv ST' .*""" "*.
i Bruce Hess, Concert Pianist, To Be
Bar Mitzvah Tomorrow At Temple Israel
10th Street" Mfam?'wu! ?L2?r- ad *& David A Hess- 219 SW
11 a.m., at\SS 'Hr-J ^me B" Mjtzvah tomorrow morning,
ate_ ai lempie Israel of Miami. Rabbi Joseph Narot will offici-
shon Unveiling
dication of a monument to
memory of the late Lottie
bn, formerly of 1517 S. W.
Street, will take place Sun-
IJanuary 27th at 1 p.m. at
Wawn Park Cemetery with
1 Max Shapiro officiating.
IGerson is survived by two
liters. Mrs. George Rachlin
Mrs. C;.rl K. Rosen; a broth-
harks Peretzman. a brother
A all of Miami; also a sister,
IPaul Glass, of New York,
I ;indchildren. Arrange-
ire :n charge of Palmer's
I" .Monument Company;
Is and relatives are asked to
sent.
J. or MS Jefferson Avenue riled ln,
New"%,.k 'Wr\!:'-; 58g?V
,.,' ri." Il>', 1e ls survived bv his
<,, ."Sf" SARAH R1CHMAN
Beach died ^"ll'"- Avenue/ Miami
iieain. filed on Monday. Mrs Klch-
Sgm. s?deTr &v.eeS
and Interment to New York City
JACK IIARKKXIST
S~ V. 13<"' Urexel Avenue. Miami
Beach passed away last Jnniiarv j is
York 'Jar.fenlst cam' h"e "itS New
nf ,L ?Ie?r8, **2, and w '"e owner
of the Harfcnlst Cafeteria. He Is sur-
vived by his wife. Anna, by two-MM
ere. Joe. Manny and Isador. Services
m/l.H TtHRjB? at ,he Miami Beach
oVf ofriH7('lh R*.bbl M""--* Mwhol-
Vln.mt iS k "/v Interment was on
Mount Nebo Cemetery.
ate.
the^Te?Iy aoliowin* the ceremony,
Hi ,Terr>Ple Auditorium. A
dinner for relatives and friends
in honor of the Bar |ffev will
take place that evening at the
Roney Plaza Hotel. Among out
of-town guests who have arrived
in Miami for the event are ma-
iCKnaig.rand,parents Mr- a^ Mrs.
Abe Katz, of New York City, and
m avd,M/? Geor8e Hess of
*. ork S& unc'e and aunt
of the Bar Mitzvah.
Jay, who is a gifted pianist,
tSSJSSSSE. ffdged The Most
?k9 aonnd,,ngJy Ta'ented Child of
tne 1,200 children attending the
Shenandoah Junior High School,
where he is in the eighth grade.
He was awarded a Certificate of
Merit by the school. He has ap-
peared for the Miami Music Club
the Haven School and on numer-
ous other occasions at public ben-
a reception will be held
efits throughout Florida, on radio
and television, and recently won
first prize in a contest conducted
over Radio Station WMBM, Mi-
ami Beach. Jay and his Mother
attended the Juilliard School of
Music in New York City together.
,, .DAV'R shaveix
71. of 4220 Royal Palm Avenue, died
wu Tu,da> Y HeJ "rvlved b\his
Kemard and Solomon, and bv one
dauRhter Ksther. Remains were sent
to Brooklyn. New York, by the Miami
Beach Riverside for services and In
terment.
r. GO^^Y CREENSPAN
56. or 701 1st Street, died on Janu-
KL2*2- ne ls survived by her hus-
band. Reuben. Remains were sent to
Toronto. Canada, for services and
Interment by the Beach Memorial
l hapel.
BENJAMIN BERGER
59. of 9417 Carlyle Avenue, died on
January ISth. In a local hospital. He
leaves his wife. Dora, and two sons.
Samuel and Dr. Norman. Services
w?r"n Sunday at the Beach Memor-
... YnaD,', w,th Rabbi Morris Skon
orrtciatiiwr. Interment was on Mount
Nebo Cemetery.
Iz Unveiling
J n of a monument to
I "f the late Benjamin
rtz, formerly of 350 S. W.
load, will take place Sun-
. ry 27th. at 2 p.m. at
K Cemetery with Rabbi
iro officiating. Mr.
I r member of Beth Da-
lynogogue, He is survived
I wife Ruth K; two broth-
er. Moi tf.n K Hertz of New
land Robert Hertz, of Coral
T Arrangemanta are in
aimer's Miami Monu-
t" pany; friends and rela-
P1 asked to be present.
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BAM
EUGENE SCHWARTZ
.i7. of 3490 Ocean Drive, died last
Sunday In a local hospital. He is
survived Jjv his wife. Anna, bv a
daiiKhter. Helen, and one brother.
Marcus. Remains were sent to New
York City for services and Interment
by the Beach Memorial Chapel.
HERMAN JAC4>BS1 >N
58, of S43 Euclid Avenue, died on Jan-
uary nth. He ls survived by his BOD,
Joel. Remains were sent to New
York City for services anil Interment
by tin- Beach Memorial Chapel,
BENJAMIN S. GOODMAN
.'..I. of M10 Pine Tree Drive, died on
January tlth, in a local hospital. He
is survived by his wife, Lfbby, and
by two daughters, Mrs Reds Fisher
and Mrs. Binle Snyder. Remains were
sen) to I'hilaileliihla, I'.niisv lxania. I>\
the Beach Memorial Chapel for serv-
ices and Interment.
DAVID I.EVEINE
73. of IS&S Pennsyl\-ania Avenue, pass
ed awaj on January Uth, In s local
hospital, He is survived by his wife,
Mollye, and by four sons, Herbert.
Irving. Samuel and Aleck. He also
leaves s:\ dauahters, Eva, Minnie.
Shirley. Dorothy, Stella and ituiii Re-
mains were sen! t<> Passalc, New Jer-
sey, for services and Interment by
the Beach Memorial ChapeL
MOLLY LEYDINB
passed away >>" January i.ith, six
hours following the death "f her hus-
band. David Levelne. Bhe leaves ii-'
children. Herbert. Irvine;, Samuel,
Aleck, Eva. Minne, Shirley, Dorothy,
Stella anil Ruth. Remains were sent
to Paasalc, New Jersey, for services
anil interment In the Reach Memorial
I !hapel.
BARNETT SHEAR
75, "f U..... BW -!m Street, died this
Week. He is survived 1 v liis wife.
Ruby, and by three children, Joseph,
Morris and Mrs Preda Moriran. He
also leaves s sister, Anna, and grand-
children, Susan, Paul and Peter,
Services were on Monday at "The
Miami Riverside".
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48. of M48 SW Ttli Btreet, died this
week, she leaves her husband, Phillip,
ami two sons, Edward and Jerry.
She Is also survived by bar brothers.
Max, Sol and Louis BraUnsteln, and
sisters. Minna Qroas and Sonya ICohn.
Services Were On Monday at ''The
Miami Riverside".
Dr. Goldwag Tells
Of Mildew Drug
A new drug which, when spray-
ed in shoes, stops mildewing and
kills the fungus responsible for
athlete's foot, was described at a
recent joint meeting of the South-
eastern Pharmaceutical Society
and the Dade County Chiropody
Society by Dr. Harry L. Goldwag.
of New York City, Professor of
Pharmacology and Therapeutics
at the Long Island University
College of Podiatry.
More than 200 members of both
professions heard Dr. Goldwag
explain the properties of this
new preparation. He also told of
another new preparation now on
the market which is used for a
dry skin condition many elderly
Hebrew Academy
Has Meeting
A joint Membership Meeting
of Thf Hebrew Academy Men
and The Hebrew Academy Wom-
en is scheduled to take place on
Tuesday evening, January 29th,
8 p.m., in the school auditorium.
Dr. David S. Andrbn, president
of The Academy, announced that
the program of the *vening will
include a presentation of educa-
tional and organizational reports
by committee chairmen of the
various activities which were un-
der taken since the beginning
of the school year
Brief reports will also be ren-
dered by Mrs. Samuel Cohen,
president of The Hebrew Acad-
emy Women, Mr. Irving Firtel,
president of The Hebrew Acad-
emy Fathers' Club, and Mrs. Belle
Rubinstein, president of the Mi-
ami Chapter.
Featured will be a debate pre-
sented by students on the topic:
Shall The Israeli Government Ne-
gotiate With Germany Concern-
ing The Payment Of Reparations?
Participating in the debate will
he Rose Berman, Sandy Andron,
Joseph Lauer, Melvin Sachs, Jer-
ry Rubinowitz, Efrom Mescheloff,
Edwin Ginsburg, Herman Shapiro
and Seymour Spolter.
The musical part of the pro-
gram will include liturgical and
modern Hebrew songs by child
cantor Leibele who is now visit-
ing Miami Beach. Also participat-
ing in the program will be Irving
Kelemer and Jay Makovsky. pu-
pils of The Hebrgw Academy.
Himvs Against
IHsnisv ...
When polio strikes in epi-
demic proportions, the equip-
ment supply lines of the Na-
tional Foundation for Infantile
Paralysis very often means the
different.} between life and
death, it was disclosed this
week by Mrs. Sydney Wein-
traub. in charge of the Dimes'
county-wide one-hour collac-
on January 31st.
Mrs. Weintraub called atten-
tion to the equipment supply
phase of th'a National Founda-
tion's many-sided fight against
infantile paralysis to under-
score the urgency of the 1952
March of Dimes, now entering
its fourth and most critical
week.
A mass picture of all partici-
pants in the "Mother's March
On Polio" will be taken tomor-
row afternoon, 12:30 p.m., in
the Miami Stadium. Mrs. Wein-
traub indicated that "a special
section will be roped off where
tots will be cared for while
mothers take part in the pic-
tuxes."
The Fund Drive leader also
urged mothers not yet enrolled
in th'a campaign to volunteer
by phoning 2-6391. "We don't
have too many more days in
which to raise the dimes neces-
sary to carry on this massive
people's attack against a single
disease." she added.
Jay Bruce Hess
North Shore Center
Installation Dance
Officers of the North Shore
Jewish Center will be installed
at a dance and reception tomor-
row night, January 26th, at the
Center building.
The committee in charge of the
affair include Dr. Sumner H.
Cohen, chairman, Sid Neross,
Jack Klinger, Sol Cohen and
Judge A. J. Kaplan. Rabbi Mayer
H. Abramowitz will be installing
officer. Music will be by Robert
Clark's orchestra.
Officers to be installed include
Melvin Pazol, president; Abe
Weintraub, Sol Cohen, Sam
Fuchs, Maxwell Marks and Ted
Nelson, vice presidents: A. J.
Kaplan, secretary; Jack Pritt.
treasurer: Abe Jay financial sec-
retary; Dan Wagner, assistant
financial secretary; and Morris
Fenster, correspondi/ig secretary.
Board of directors to be in-
stalled includes Al Mechlowitz,
Jerry Sussman, Sam Jaffe, Dr.
Sumner H. Cohen. Leo Steinman,
Jack Klinger, Phil Pritzert. Sam
Feldman, Lester Lasky, Judge Al-
bert H. Saperstein, Dr. David
Hendel, Harry Tavlin, Morris Dol-
linger. Aaron Goldman. Abe Sele-
coff, Ben Starr, Moe Thau, Mur-
ray Mattes. Sid Neross, Jack
Croner, B. I. Binder. Frank
Schneider. Dr. Bernard Stern,
George Cohen, Jacob Mayblum
and Sam Solloway.
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The dedication of a monument
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Sunday, January 27th at Mt.
Nebo Cemetery. Mr. Simon is
survived by his wife Dorothy and
two sons, Malvin and Larry.
Thurmond Monument Company
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FRIDAY, JANUARY, 25, M
PAGE 10 A
Views of News And Local Personalities
^Tca^Tby Canr. About Greater Miami
A .-..
.JrTtaries: and Lillian Sryder. financial secretary. ^
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ttembers of the Sigma Rho Chapter, Miami, who won the state basketball championship at a recent
tjgional AZA convention. First row, left to right, are Phil Solomon. Jonathan Braunstein. Fred Blu-
.-enthal. co-captain. Miss Reva Shapiro, sweetheart cf Si:ra Rho. Leon Mendel, co-captain, and
Karris Horvath. Middle row is -
i.jonard Ktssltr. Top row, left
I > right, are Bernard Rosen-
itt. Dan Cook. Ira Burke.
'on Brisker. Lenny Schwartz.
Cave Krasner and Leslie Quitt.
Workmen9* Circle Fetes Peretx Anniversary
.ANNA CRIPPLED CHrLDREN^
OWNED AMD OHATIO *
Edward C. Fogg. III. Exalted Ruler, and Allen Gld_b"?; *
man of the ticket committee, shown pressing the ticicet arm
a sell-out of the benefit
star show sponsored by the 1
ami Beach Elks Lodae No. 1H
at the Beach Auditorium"
January 27th. 8 p.m. Tr.s'
will include such enterta
as Sophie Tucker, the VI
bonds. Martha Raye. OnsT
Rajah Rabold and.
Proceeds of the a
toward the support^
ry Anna Clpid-jgi
Home in Up*tjUla.
t*-*m1
ton and New Orleans.
3am Blank, of National Brands.
hat been chosen Man of the
week in the Mount Sir.ai Hos-
pital Jubilee ticket sales com-
petition. Blank topped the hun-
dreds of other Jubilee workers
-. selling tickets for the Feb-
jary 28th fund-raisir.g affair
Men will b held in the Mi-
-rc.i Beach Auditorium. Head-
. ig the all-star cast of perform-
::s that night will be Ed Sulli-
. an, nalionaly know.-, column-
lit and television star.
JERUSALEM. JTA -Ai
' :ial I the
:
v tican : narges -1 I
r.urch
i- >pertyonMt Zion and in Low-
GalUee.
William Lehrr.
on Tuesday ^ R^aV^r ^ t^^T ^ =^ T"d *
tFL^SP^J""^ A" GoWstein. JamJs' ilbe t Car' V* uW*rd Kan*- Sam H,i"
"*'-ght. art Harry Shapiro, Joseph M Lioton LCarl-SV"klnd and Leon Kaplan.
man and Joseph Mechlow. P M- Llp!on- Loui Fltischmar.. Sidney Lefcourt.
--> >a ana uron iwaplan.
leischmar., Sidney Lefcourt.
Arilmora
Harry Koretsky. 6l $
DriYt. has been appot"
chairman of the HoW
1952 Combined J.*J*
Campaign. He A,
chairman Sam I "'
ard Rare end Max
in the moblluat'on ol
worker*. In 1951. he P^
similar functions on
the Appeal with AW
Korettky U oww
tional Hotel. Mi*"" *


Y, JANUARY 25, 1952
feis Women
(old Elections;
ir Narration
I of officers of the
ifjjami Chapter. Women's
,al Committee for Bran-
Inivcrsity. will take plan'
ticlay afternoon, February
130 p.m.. at the new Ciro's
Irani, I*1-? Alton Ri
[n r Q. Berger, executive
I '11 Dr. Abraham Sachar,
gt of Brandeis University,
e featured, speaker. His
is eduled as: Educat-
or Tomorrow. A special
nance of the Broadway
I review, The King And
also be read by Gloria
uT.i. Mrs. Harold Turk
ng.
Jinminating Committee of
|pter will thep present the
cgr-slate of officers and
nS**^ for 1952-53:
tnt, M'~ Harold Turk; vice
|U <,. MfHlimi.. M .). Odd'
i..." inan.ui Qajdstrlch and
V-' ft'^Mii*: fwasmirer, Mm.
imiiU)"*;. neeeaiim secretary.
k,;j ii ... "! :_ii|h'ji(linK sec-
Fm> i:b.-it Hfeen; financial
V'M-> AM Sathi: assistant
Y, Mils. Louis SlH'i -
"I ......here. Mm MesdanuM
Mu:r ;s Alpert. Mcyi-r
n 1 :.j ii-!, In. Sam Blank.
I iiIuoih... .Win Cupland, !.*'
1,-AI rhisllns. Max Dreyer.
" Oitov. l.eon Bll. Harry Fab-
prYnl.iv I, I.. Fishbein, Sam
,- Mlltnii Friedman. Ix.ul.s
Charl.s Goldberg, c,.....i;..
- Colbert ioldm in. Kthel
. s. Obldatrom, Louis Hel-
J.-ii-i 1 Walter Jacobs, Leon
!.;: 1 Kaplan. Alexander
rah. i' KovneT, Le.m Kronish,
?r Lebow, Irvlu I.ehrman.
[eflrowltz, S.il Leslie. Wm.
Joseph Maco. Hank Meyer,
sun. Ida Owner, Sun Profit -
II \ iiitr RoCTiman. Meyer
. Jii iih Shawmut. Sam Sim
iMilton sirKin. Ralph Bpero.
aterllnjr, Elry Stone, Carl
. William Suaaman, John
Toloff, Jink Udell,
'ii.-i. t'.irl Weinkle. Jerome
Bldney Welntraub, Max
Ii v.'i.n and Nat wil-
lonoran Seard members, the
? Loulj Allsi hvil. Ida Lear,
in. Ilaron de lllrsrh
enjaniin Meyers, Albert Pick,
Ratner, Sam Rost. Monte
|wl Jacob Sher; nominating
the Meadanei Morris Al-
Capland, Jojeph I>untov,
!, John Temple and Carl
+Jewlsiint>rlrii*r,
lessor iiirsvh
lead From
m9 Rainbow
^iami Beach Jewish Cen-
erhood will present the
Fa scries of three drama-
[ings by Sam Hirsh, Pro-
' Dramatics at the Uni-
3f Miami, on Tuesday,
29th, in the Social Hall
Fenter.
sor Hirsh will read from
adway musical produc-
an's Rainbow recently
in the University's
ten
Sorin To Perform
On Piano Playhouse
Concert Pianist Samuel Sorin
(Will appear on Milton Cross
I Piano Playhouse Program 3&
I hSSg. afternn n a tion*>
.When the young American
piano'Virtuoso appeared as solo-
11st with the Fort Wayne Philhar-
monic during the 1949-50 s<
he scored such a tremendous suc-
cess thai there was nothing to do
but re-engage him for 1950-51.
Sorin s name has since become a
box-office feature on the orches-
; Ira s subscription series.
1 Re-engagements by leading or-
chestras are no longer a novel ex-
perience to Mr. Sorin, however
.,_ ., P|aved Hve performances
with the Philadelphia Orchestra
under Eugene Ormandy, both in
New York and in the Quaker
City, three engagements with the
Chautauqua Symphony, and re-
peats with the symphonies of De-
troit and Norfolk. New York's
Carnegie Hall summer series pre-
sented Samuel Sorin twice with-
in a month. Efrem Kurtz thought
so highly of his performance with
the Kansas City Philharmonic
that he introduced him to Hous-
ton audiences with the Symphony
there. Baltimore, Seattle and
Portland are among other orches-
tras which have presented the
young virtuosos.
Mr. Sorin is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. B. Bild, of Miami.
Apartment Group
Install* Officers
Daniel M. Broad, insurance
company executive and apart-
ment house owner, was installed
as President of the Miami Beach
Apartment Association for the
year 1952 last week, succeeding
William Y. Brenner.
The installation was conducted
by Rabbi Irving Lehrman of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center, who
also installed the Association's
directors and other officers, in-
cluding Alfred A. Lesser, 1st vice
president; Meyer Teigman, 2nd
vice president; Morris Gold, sec-
retary; and Mrs. Ethel Alter,
treasurer.
Aaron Rosenberg, nationally
known writer, lecturer and hu-
morist, acted as Master of Cere-
monies, and Judy Nelson Druck-
er, soprano, participated in the
program.
Broad's address stressed the
importance of the Association to
the city's apartment industry and
the need for continuing the good
public relations which the Asso-
ciation has fostered.
The Association's special mem-
bership drive, headed by Mr. Les-
ser, with Mr. Gold as co-chair-
man, was officially announced at
the meeting. The drive will con-
tinue to February 1st. Majors,
Captains and their workers were
announced. The Association's goal
is 300 new members.
PAGE 11 A
Milton Friedman Qualifies To Run
For Third District Justice Of Peace
wnjJKrSSltf?tt th Ffr'cdma" Ibet:ame the first candidate to
3. for tfu Mav prim-,,?'' McB f JusllCe f the Peace of District
"""*' "' its undefeated inter- president of Sholem Lodge and
collegiate debating team. in 1948. was chosen state nresi-
riieclman is widely known for dent. In 1949. Friedman was
nis participation in civic affairs, elected, and still servos, as Na-
ana nis name in Florida is syr.on- tioral B'nai B'rith Youth Com-
omous with the B'nai B'rith missioner.
movement. In 1943, became Friedman is a member of the .
Dade County and Florida Bar]
Associations, South West Demo-
cratic League, Beth David Con- |
gregation. Zionist Organization,
a director of the South West Civic |
League and is now serving as'
president of the Coral Way Ele-
mentary School Daddies' Associa-
; tion. He has been a past president
Of the Greater Miami Young
Men's and Women's Hebrew As- I
sociation and has been on the >
Board of Governors of the Great- j
er Miami Jewish Federation since !
its inception.
. In announcing his candidacy
for office, Friedman said: "My
1 record in humanitarian, commun-
I ity and civic affairs, as a citizen
'and as an attorney, indicates the
manner in which the office of
i the Justice of the Peace will be
administered if I am elected." His ,
platform, he added, will be to;
"listen courteously to all who'
would appear before me, advise
wisely to the best of my ability
and render decisions with im-
partiality." Believing in the Jus-
tice of the Peace Court as a
means of assisting the average
citizen, Friedman stated that if
elected, he would hold night court
in addition to the regular day ses-
sion, so that the working man
would not have to lose a day's
salary in order to prosecute or
defend a claim.
The 38 year old candidate, who
has been practising law in Miami
for the past 17 years, lives with
his wife, the former Sylvia Stern,
of Columbus, South Carolina, and
his three children, at 3001 SW
2nd Avenue.
Beth El Sisterhood
The Sisterhood of Congrega-
tion Beth El will hold a special
meeting on Tuesday evening. Jan-
uary 29th, in the Dora August
Memorial Hall.
Plans for a Purim Ball will be
discussed. A card party, with Mrs.
Euger.e Schwartz and Mrs. Max
Rappaport as hostesses, will fol-
low.
Lw? ..for sait-iree kets.
w*
rij srack-M of taste
*3t -toe...l love \t(
lEsmsm
UNSALTED
Milton Friedman
Detroit Club
installs Officers
The Detroit Social Club of
Greater Miami will install its
newly elected officers tomorrow
evening, 8:30 p.m., at the Town
and Beach Club Hall, one Lincoln
Road.
Harold Shapiro, president of
the Miami Beach Zionist Organiz-
ation, will be installing officer
and main speaker of the evening.
The entertainment program is
scheduled to include Joseph Par-
do, lyric soprano, Mrs. I. Fisher,
who will render imitations of
"Baby Snooks," and Eddie Rubin,
comedian and story-teller.
Officers who will assume posts
are Simpson J. Rosenberg, presi-
dent; Ethel Waldfogel, vice presi-
dent; Eva Levenson, secretary;
Mollie Goldberg, financial secre-
tary; and William Korash, treas-
urer.
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Goldstein Unveiling
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the late Mollie
Goldstein took place Sunday,
January 20th at Mt. Nebo Ceme-
tery. Mrs. Goldstein was survived
by her daughter, Mrs. Lillian
Dixon, and a son, Robert G. Gold-
stein. Thurmond Monument Com-
pany was in charge of arrange-
ments.
FP&L Victorious
By more than a two-to-one
margin, a new 30-year franchise
for the Florida Power and Light
Company was approved by Miami
Beach's registered voters who
went to the polls on Tuesday.
Voters cast 4,917 tallies for and
2,067 against the new franchise.
Krausz Unveiling
Dedication of a monument to
the memory of the late Dr. Ar-
thur Krausz will take place Sun-
day, January 27th at 2 p.m. at
Mt. Nebo Cemetery. Dr. Krausz
is survived by a daughter. Mar-
guerite Krausz, M.D. Arrange-
ments are in charge of Thurmond
Monument Company; friends and
relatives are requested to attend.
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Dr. Goodman Views
Bond Sales Among
Winter Vacationers
Declaring that "the continued
ard intensive sale of bonds in
Miami is of tremendous import-
ance to the State of Israel," Dr.
Morris Goodman, chairman of the
Greater Miami Committee for
Bonds of Israel Government, last
neck issued a letter to the presi-
dents and Bond chairmen of all
organizations affiliated with the
Committee's Council of Organiza-
tions urging their continued sup-
port during the winter season
of the Bond Drive.
Dr. Goodman's letter, which
was addressed to more than 200
,nizational leaders in Greater
Miami, announced the opening
, : new Bond headquarters at 1622
Collins Avenue, Miami Beach,
which hoped "to be able to reach
thousands of out-of-town visitors
, i have not previously pur-
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i^l MIAMI, FLORIDA,
FRIDAY. JANUARY 25, 1952
SEC. E
[1952 Combined Jewish Appeal Selects Trades Unit Chairmen
Artists' Guild Clears
Performances For
Mount Sinai Jubilee
nplete cooperation of the
A rican Guild of Variety Artists
v. .- pledged by AGVA represen-
Jcrry Baker at a Mount
S i Hospital Jubilee enteitain-
committee rreeting held in
>rd Tarleton Hotel early this
l
. Gaines, chairman of the
ittee, announced that local
Mi"port has also been promised
Murray Weinger of Copa City
. Lou Walters cf the Latin
i. rter.
Baker explained that only three
fits are being scheduled for
t Crcater Miami area in which
AGVA members will be allowed
t perform without pay. The Ju-
v.ill get complete clearance
the artist's group, he added,
! tuse one of the principles of
M 'unt Sinai has beer, to extend
t "any member of AGVA in good
mg full and free medical
service.
The February 28th affair will
take place in the Miami Beach
Auditorium, and the alf-star cast
will be headed by Ed Sullivan,
nationally famous columnist and
television star..The Jubilee's goal
is $150,000, a sum which repre-
sents the deficit incurred last year
through the rendering of free
medical care.
Among those attending the
n-. e>ting were Leonard Wien and
Bill Click, chairman and director,
respectively, Murray Weinger,
I. u Walters, Ben Gaines, Art
Gieen, Jack Ross, Al Citron. Sid
Franklin, Al Jacobs. Sid White,
La: ry Solloway, Walter Jacobs,
Rv Wigdcrson, Hank Meyers,
D. Murray Reckson. Rajah Ra-
:. Sy Shapiro and Jerry Baker. !
Junior Hadassah Dance
A January Jubilee Dance
I he held at the National Ho-
t '. tomonow evening, 9 p.m., by
th Miami Beach Chapter of Jun-
i ir Hadassah.
Tony Nagrete and his orches-
t -i will provide the dance mus-
Proceeds of this affair will
K to the Children's Village in
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pointed to coordinate solicita-
tion of pledges in their unit
for the 1952 drive. Reading
clockwise and beginning with
top, center are Joseph Lipton.
Group No. 5; Herbert Scher,
Group No. 2; Ben Giller. Group
No. A: Aaron Kanner, Group
No. 1; Sam Heim. Group No. 6;
and Joseph Stein. Group No. 3.
Specific function of the Trades
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fessional subdivided groups ul-
timately responsible to their
respective chairmen for policy
and solicitation method. The
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Combined Jewish Appeal Cam-
paign. The goal of this year's
drive is SI.477,658. Major bene-
ficiary* will be the United Jew-
ish Appeal.
Jewish Council ,
Meets; Plans
Music Month
The Jewish Music Council of
Greater Miami held a regular
meeting last week in the Bureau
of Jewish Education Building.
Purpose of the meeting was to
discuss plans for the approaching
Jewish Music Month, scheduled
this year from February 9th to
March 9th. During Jewish Music
Month, all efforts will be directed
toward making Jewish Music a
part of daily living. The Council
will also stimulate the presenta-
tion of concerts and recitals of
good Jewish music.
Last year, Jewish Music Mor.th
was culminated by a gala festi-
val at the Miami Beach Jewish'
Center. This year's planning calls
! for a similar celebration with
musical score and narration di-
rected by Robert Strassburg, ex-
ecutive secretary of the Jewish
Music Council.
In addition to Judge Oka and
Mrs. Joseph Duntov, who are
co-chairmen of the Music Coun-
cil, officers of the organization
will aid in the execution of the
celebration. They include Cantor
Samuel Kelemer, honorable chair-
man: Mrs. Milton Sirkin. treasur-
er : Judge Theodore Nelson, sec-
retary; Mrs. Irwin Weinstein and
Joseph Duntov, program chair-
jmen; and Robert Strassburg, ex-
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Cultural Venter
Has Baxaar
curtain will rise '
\n 5 p.m., on a 3-day Bazaar
Ered by th Jewish O I
Jent r, 429 Lenox Avenu .
The Bazaar will include a dis-
play of n
ioy merchants of Mian i. M
teach and many n
(There will be a variety v>:
"articles including useful h
[Sold items, lamp.-. jl ap-
pliances, dresses, si
i irranged in decor;.' is.
L Feature of the Bazaar will be
? i restaurant department With a
i election of platters and snack
H suggestions served at 5 p.m.. on
i Saturdav. 2 p.m.. on Sunday, and
I } p.m.. on Monday. January 2Sth.
i ast dav of the Bazaar.
Dancing will be featured every
f light.
Kindergarten Classes
Have Sabbath Program
Kindergarten Classes of the
Beth David Sunday School will
present We Welcome The Sab-
oath on Sunday morning. Jan-
jarv 27th.
Planned and arranged by the
.eachers. Miss Jeanne Stiebel and
Miss Doris Kasow, it will depict
' ;he preparation for the SabDath-
.n the home, the blessings and
ceremonials used in th( hamotze
and the kiddush. A miniature
supper prepared by the ladies of
:he PTA will then be served to
:he children.
The program climaxes
)i study on The Sabbath .
oas been the class ': I :
:he past several weeks Pre-k n
.rgarten. first and nd grad
Jassi s ill : e gui sts kind-
ergarten class*, s at 1
FRIDAY, JANUARY, 25. law
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A unique ceremony a, the ** SnTSffiK and lavll
urday night installed a hu?b" Visrhood and the Congregation.
Meringoff. as presidents of *h'**"j and Mrs. Abraham
her!,t vTc'e presTdent^____________
Hear Rabbi Shapiro
describe the vital needs of the
1952 Combined Jewish Appeal.
Rabbi Shapiro has been .
ran of the United Jewish Appeal
e State of Wls "Ve
years and has been on national
"lecture tours for several lr.ter-
faith groups. Rabbi Shapiro also
delivered an address at a mem-
bership ::.- eting of the Zan ra
Jewish Center, telling the Story
Of F< tion and ol I
rent 1952 Combined Jewish Ap-
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Gables, Zamora Centers
At their regular membership
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women I I e Coral Gables Jew-
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depict.: | critical housing
pres r.t-day Is
and Rabbi David Sha|
Sam Kessler To Head
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FR[DAY, JANUARY 25, 1952
Kalibi Skop To
tu- Honored At
!'l>*liinoninl
I On Monday evening, February
Ijlth al the Colony Restaurant,
I Morris A. Skop. spiritual
II ,if the Coral Gables Jewish
, will be honored with a
stimonial Dinner tendered by
jnngregation.
President Herman Fisher will
Rubbi Morris Skop
Ig.w the testimonial address and
mce the new five year con-
[ awarded the Rabbi. Chair-
r lei the Testimonial Dinner
|i- .....k Si.verman.
.S X)L the Dinner Com-
. .rtdde Judge and Mrs.
I Silver, Charles Adler, Sam
|V '! Maurice Corenblum,
iMi-v^r B: Ijud^e William-Pallot, Mrs. Mor-
[ris Horwit2, president of the Sis-
I I. Henry Cain, president of
I*. Mma Club, Bob Brenrer,
ISiJni'v Rithman and Irving Mar-
Ik.-, president of the Coral Ga-
ll V iing Adults._______________
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OwnaraMp-Mai a aamant
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North Shore Center
Holds Installation
Melvini Pajol will be installed
lLhls third term as president
222" ff.fiCerxS, and board mem-
rlZ l t-h,euN2rtn Shore Jewish
Center will be honored at a Dance
and Reception to be held tomor-
rZ, rrtft 8:30 pm- at ^e
Center building.
A program of entertainment
has been prepared bv a commit-
tee composed of Dr. Sumner Co-
hen, chairman, Sid Neross. Jack
Klinger, Sol Cohen and Judge A
J. Kaplan. Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
witz will perform the installation
ceremony, and dance music will
be rendered by Robert Clark and
his orchestra.
Others taking office will be
Abe Weintraub, Sol Cohen, Sam
fuens. Max Marks and Ted Nel-
son, vice presidents; A. J. Kap-
lan, secretary; Abe Jay, financial
secretary; Dan Wagner, assistant
financial secretary; Morris Fen-
ster, corresponding secretary; and
Jack Pritt, treasurer.
Klementinowski Views
Brotherhood Associations
Civic leader and author, David
Klemntinowski, executive direc-
tor of the Bialistok Jewish His-
torical Association and represen-
tative of the Bialistok World Cen-
ter, New York, has arrived with
Mrs. Klementinowski in Miami
Beach, where he is vacationing
at the Cavalier Hotel.
Mr. Klementinowski will dis-
cuss the Role of Brotherhood As-
sociations in American Jewish
Life And Their Functions during
an evening to be held in his
honor.
Lyons Views Medical
School On Radio
Attorney Norman R. Lyons will
feature a discussion of a Report
On The Yeshiva University
School Of Medicine on his Friday
afternoon program over station
WMBM. On Sunday, over station
WTTT, he will discuss Israel's
National Construction Boom.
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On Wednesday, January 30th,
8 p.m., Roosevelt Temple No. 33,
Pythian Sisters, will hold their
second annual birthday -party, at
the Dora August Hall.
A collection will be made for
the National Foundation for In-
fantile Paralysis with the Sister-
hood also donating from its treas-
ury.
Co-chairmen, Mrs. David Na-
delmen and Mrs. Allen Chaykin,
are in charge of arrangements for
the evening which will include
dancing and entertainment. Mrs.
Murray Friedberg will conduct
the drive.
PAGE 3 B
Pansy Flaum Speaks To Mizrachi Women
Miss Pansy Flaum will address I p.m., at the Capri Hotel.
the Tamara Chapter, Mizrachi | January has been designated
Women, at its monthly meeting I as Youth Aliyah month for all
on Tuesday, January 27th, 8:30 Mizrachi Chapters._______________
Horse Show Fund
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More than 200 horses from all
parts of the United States and
the Caribbean are expected to
compete in the first annual Mi-
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show February 1st through 3rd,
in Dinner Key Exposition Hall.
Competition will lead to cham-
pionships for working hunters,
equitation, jumpers, stakes in fine
harness, three-gaited pony, walk-
ing horses, three and five-gaited,
roadster, jumper and working
stock horse, as well as open pleas-
ure class.
Sponsored by the Florida Horse
Shows Association and under
management of John L. Bowers,
a 220 by 115-foot ring will be set
up in the hall. Plans call for 90
ringside boxes before bleacher-
type seats.
Proceeds will go to Variety
Children's Hospital, Miami, which
specializes in polio cases.
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FRIDAY, JANUARY. 2S
1952
During The Week... a i s# it
By LEO MINDLIN
iiv.-u ii Wbatamm
Adds erviee To
Om'ii Shabbat
.- Beach Masada, V
;'oung
inmate a
;
i
i
Miami _..
Zionist District, will
service in o>:.iunition
A recent visit to the Israel Cavalcade proved the-validity: ^beginning to*
me of a theory I have long been entertain!
been my opinion that the cultural
fruition only after political and economic
nave argued this point often and
When I would insist that a vigorous s<
labors of securing its livelihood and e
ofmilita ty in a world of other s eties L52l in nroeram following will
beaches or in the many BraqiM-hke and Picasso-like portraits. coached
But it was precisely in this absence of a specitic Israeli signa- An Israel D.nce QWn"
ture that I found the proof to my argument While the new state by Nadja Baron recently organ
engaged i a gigantic effort to attain political, economic and
military security, only the most impractical observer would expect
n re than imitative forms in its art. A study of Israel's current
crafts exhibited at the Cavalcade demonstrates more clearly the
stati present struggle. In the well-mr.de shoes I saw. in the ex-
qui-:' silverware and in the practical, copper-hewn trays and can-
ister. L-iael's constructive processes become properly underscored.

If the absence of native artistic cunning in the paintings on
exhibition has its negative aspects, it simultaneously owns an af-
is unquestionable. Indeed, the presence of such
nativi cunning would bespeak an attitude of complacency, since
truly gie..t art is a product of ego-expression which can only come
from a feeling of national destiny fulfilled.
I saw in the paintings a rision of the Jewish Galut. Unlike
other societies that seek to establish and develop characteristics
individual to them in a given geographic area, Israel's effort does
not represent a beginning; rather, it is representative of a rebirth.
The Jew in the Diaspora nurtured a culture the high point of
which he developed some five hundred years before the Christian
Era. He thus has the advantage of bringing to this rebirth a cul-
ture already fashioned by ancient tradition. But the stamp of
European moo'js on the Israeli artists' work is the inevitable result
of their exile; the foreign manner of their expression clearly por-
trays centuries of separation from the cradle of an early history.
Thirty-fivi di intricate if somewhat naive illustrations
ol \ in Jewish existent reathless de-
ti I rn unt for two thousand years. I
t the des| ing in them to bri I tl hiatus in a matter
i past -lories and I inl

Mrs. Miriam Jack: arming guide.-, showed me a
. ... ttom of wl
T .
I th a joint out
Ir.'t .
Such reticence on the part of the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity to support the Cavalcacj seems amazing. At a time when
we are called upon to buy Israel Bonds, to support the United
Jewish Appeal and Federation's current drive, ignoring the cul-
tural and artistic expressions of the country whose interest we
p.itend Jo have at heart is nothing less than absurd. What is
worse, we show our failure to understand the spirit of a people
bent on revival. While none would deny that the new state's
primary need is financial, the fulfillment of the need to the ex-
clus-.on of fostering art works produced by its citizens is crass
in the extreme.
Apparently, the ften useles ti I ." ish or-
in the habit ol rimed during the
- I vantagi ,f washing
lyes away among the cups of this very British bevi
they might simultaneous! :pporting a
which asks for little more I ttention. Indeed
raost a universal truism that artists have never asked for other than
tnat.
. .
I sat with Sy Robbins in his Ember'- Restaurant last Thurs-
.ning and made mention of the general cultural lassitude in
' ."'? ." was difficult to maintain any sort of serious thought
Jake Schneber had just confened ti 0 ler of the Silver D
rr.e and was engaged in some of his more lovable antics
I had been thinking of an incident which look place two years
before. It involved a physician who led a movement to halt con-
struction of the library building in Bayfront Park on the ground
that he was opposed to desecrating the park's beauty. I had been
thinking of the University with its woefully uninformed trustees
10 insist upon making themselves heard in academic circles to
ized. will also soon be scheduled
for appearance.
A sum of $200 was recently
presented by Masada to Gilbert
Rappaport. vice president of the'
Southeastern region. Zionist Or- j
ation of America, for the Is- .
raeli Veterans Fund. This brought
total allocations for 1951 bv Ma-
sada to the SI.0000 mark.
Gables Sisterhood
Plans Donor Luncheon
The Coral Gables Jewish Cen- |
ter Sisterhood will hold a Lunch- i
eon on Wednesday afternoon. I
January 30th. 12:30 p.m.. at the i
Center building.
Chairmen of the affair are Mrs. (
John Kronenfeld and Mrs. Perry |
Marks. Card games will follow.
Paul A. Gross has opened of-
fices at 420 Lincoln Road. Mi-
ami Beach, for the practice of
Law. He attended New York
University. Upsala College,
New Jersey, and is a graduate
of the University of Miami Law
School. A veteran of World
War II. Gross served with the
63rd Infantry and was attached
to the Allied Military Govern-
ment. He has also served with
the United States Air Force
during the Korean War in the
capacity of reserve officer.
Gross will be associated with
Gershon S. Miller.
Kid Gavilan To
Defend Title Here
Kid Gavilian will defend his
welterweight title against Mi-
ami's Bobby Dykes on February
4tl in the Miami Stadium, in
Florida's first legalized cham-
hip 15-round bout in the
history.
"Anyb idy selling Dyk
to think tw ice,' : :
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is : .'. atched Dyk< r two
sparmates in Bobby's training
at Dixie Belle Inn n ai
South Miami.
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ften when di scribing
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nger than I like to admit,
and this Dyke.- j.. ., real brawler."
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fulfilled a lifetime ambition when
hi won the world welterweight
title with a victory over Johnnv
Bratton on May 18. 1951. in Madi-
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FRIDAY. JANUARY 25. 1952
Home Auxiliary Has
3Iusical Symposium
A musical program and sym-
pajiufn will be presented at the
first evening meeting of the Mi-
ami Biach Women's Auxiliary to
i -,> Jewish Home for the Aged
on Tuesday evening, 8 p.m., at
Temple Beth Sholem, Miami
Beaih, when the husbands and
friends of Auxiliary members
will be honored.
Invocation will be given by
Irving Frankel, vice president of
the Jewish Home for the Aged
of Greater Miami.
Mrs. Louis Glasser, program
thairman, will present a unique
musical program featuring Miss
Paula Fredericks, of New York
City and Miami, in a variety of
modern, old and yiddish songs
and will accompany herself on
the zither harpette.
Miss Fredericks, a ballad sing-
n. has a large repertoire of songs
in various moods and refers to
her program as moods in music.
Interested in the subject of music
in therapy, she has appeared at
various rehabilitation centers, in-
cluding veterans hospitals and
homes for the blind and aged.
A portion of the program will
be devoted to a symposium rela-
i.ye to the Jewish Home for the
Accd. The topic is scheduled as:
A F'etrl Lese On Life For Those
Over- Sixty-Five. Participating
wHl be.Judge Harold B. Spaet,
: president of the Jewish Home For
Tin AgecT of Greater Miami, Mrs.
Sol Sirverman, president of the
'Auxiliary, and Mr. Maurice
J'carlsteui, executive director of
lite Home. Mrs. Glasser will
sttce as moderator. .
Jttr3. Irving Frankel, chairman '
i.: th< Summer Book Project, an-
i uriiea.that the culmination of
thisTOojaCt will take place dur-
iac the evening when the Treas-
wr Chest of Gifts will be award-
ed.....
fJewlsti llorid/an
PAms 5 E
Academy Group
I Given \.n ion.ii
Fund Awards
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross,
, principal of Th* Hebrew Acad-
; erny today announced that pupirs
; of the Academy will hold a spec-
ial assembly today dedicated to
the Jewish National Fund Drive
lor the sale of trees.
I The Cultural Fund of the
Greater Miami Histraduth DTvrit
will award prizes to three stud-
ents of the Hebrew Academy who
were outstanding in their en-
deavors for the Jewish National
Fund in 1951. The prizes are
being awarded in memory of Pin-
cus Pushkoff who was an ardent
worker for.the Fund. Recipients
are Sandy Andron, Phyllis Katz
and Michael Kogan.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. chair-
man of the Jewish National Fund
Council of Greater Miami, will
address pupils on the importance
of planting of trees in Israel.
Other representatives of the JNF
Council will be Isidore Goldberg,
Daniel Broad and Leon Ell.
Mrs. Fabritzky Discusses
Views At Zionist Groups
Mrs. Ida Fabritzky, member of
the Secretariat of the Irgun Hap-
oalot. Women's Organization of
the Hapoel Hamizrachi of Israel,
has arrived in Miami Beach for
a brief stay.
Mrs. Fabritzky, fresh from Is-
rael where she has spent the past
few years in nurseries, infants'
homes and children's villages con-
ducted by the Women of Hapoel
Hamizrachi, is now conducting a
lecture tour throughout the
South and will present her ob-
servations to a number of Zion-
ist groups in Miami and Miami
Beach.
Cantor Uotdntein
\ To Appear At
Beth Javob
The Beth Jacoo Synagogue will
'present Cantor Jacob Goldstein,
formerly Chief Cantor of Lon-
don, England, on Friday and Sat-
urday, February 1st and 2nd.
Since his arrival here. Cantor
Goldstein, who received his mus-
ical trair.inc at the Conservatory
and in the largest synagogues of
Wilna, Poland, has appeared on
Major radio stations and in con-
cert appearances in Few York
and Lakewood, New Jersey.
Cantor Goldstein will also head
a gala concert Sunday evening,
February 3rd, at 8:30 p.m., in the
Beth Jacob Synagogue.
Washington. D.C. Club
The Washington," D. C. Social
Club announces a meeting which
will be held on Monday evening,
January 28th, 8 p.m., in the Strath
Haven Hotel, Miami Beach.
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FRIDAY, JANUARY, 26. 1362
Shalos Seudos End Services
:
Rabbi Ever Leads Ahavas
I Israel In Religious Services
Rabbi Isaac Ever will lead
Ahavas Israel Synagogue, 7135
Byron Avenue, Miami Beach, in
I Friday evening services begin-
| ning at 5 p.m. A Kabbalat Sab-
bath service will follow at 5:15
Rabbi Isaac Ever will conduct
1 the Saturday morning service at
1 9 a.m. A Bible class is scheduled
for 4 p.m.. with Mincha and Sha-
los Seudos following at 5.
Cantor Mamches Assists Rabbi
Shapiro At Beth David
Late F.-idav evening services
at the Beth David Synagogue.
2625 SW 3rd Aver.ue, will be con-
ducted by Rabbi Max Shapiro and
Cantor Maurice Mamches at 8:15
p.m.
The topic of R^bb: Shapiro's
sermon is scheduled as: We Are
All Experts The Sabbat will be
dedicated to the Beth David
Men's Club. Floral offerings will
be by Mr. ftr.d Mrs. Myer Forer
and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kesel-
rr.an in memory of Mrs. Forer's
and Sirs. K- mother.
Saturday niornir._ 5 ''
be at 9 a.m.
i Rabbi Kronish Views Daniel
'Deronda In Evening Sermon
Daniel DerondaThe 75th Ar.-
niversarv Of A Novel That Made
Historv.will be the topic of Rao-
bi Leon Kronish's sermon during
the Fndav evening services. 8:15
.p.m.. of Temple Beth Sholom.
'Chase Avenue and 41st Street,
I Miami Beach.
Saturdav morning services will
be a: 10:45 a.m.. at which time
t'-e Bar Mitzvah of Jon Philip,
so- of Mr. and Mrs. John Serbin
will take place. Cantor Sarr.ue
i Kelemer will render the musical
: portions at all services.


i _
Ccntor Tambor Chants
Service At Beth El
Friday ...... "
El !
Tt A

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-
Mil
-
Approaching Month Of Shvct
Receive Blessing At Gables
Are Jewish Children Being
Prepared For Happy Marriage,
will be the theme of Rabb: Mor-
ris Sk non during the Fri-
dav evenirg services. 8:15 p n
the Coral Gables Jewis
320 Palermo Avenue.
Blessing! I r the approaching
month of Shvat will b*
the Jewish Fi sti' I Ar-
bor Dav will occur. K stess
the Oneg Shabbat following
be Mr. and Mrs. Sam G
: their an:
Can1 : Irving Robins
:-; ..: assist I ;
i witl :.':.-
panimer.t
S
iled for -
the Book

Cantor Rodzivilover To
Chant At Hebrew Academy
Cantor Matus Rodzivilover will
conduct Friday evening MTM(l
at the Hebrew Academy. 918-Wi
Street. Miami Beach, at 5.30 p.m.
Cantor Radzivilover is a grad-
uate of the Music Conservatory
I of Rovna. Poland, and is a sur-
vivor of several European con-
centration camps.
Saturdav morning services are
scheduled for 9 a.m. An Oneg
Shabbat at 3:30 p.m.. for children
will include storytelling, singing
and Israeli folk dancing under the
sponsorship of Mr. and Mrs Is:-
dor Spelter in honor of their son,
Arthur's birthday.
Mincha will be at 5:30 p.m..
with Shalos Seudos following.
Dailv services are at 7:30 a.m..
and at 5:45 p.m.
Hollywood Jewish
Community Center
Rabb: Jacob J. Honig will con-
services at
wood Jew ish C i mun-
ity c 2030 Polk Street, at
I
Sat ning and Ju
ngregat'ioi ill

V
'i
Schedules
Junior Congregation Service
The Beth J
: W .-...- n A' .
: F
. :: ng: Beauty For
Havn tor Y Fox
nunal s -
: R : I
- is P An I
Junior Congregal s are
;.: 1C :;: tion of
Kiddush will
follow '.: rn as
-
Mincha is scheduled for 5:30
p m., followed by Shales Seudos.
The Rabb: will the Week:
ly Portion at that t:me. Joseph
Ossip will be host.
Hialeah-Mictmi Springs Center
Friday evening
-

I
... : II
:.: .
Sisterhood Sponsors Or.eg
Shabbct At Zcmcra Center
Reverei M Brill will
i evi ning
-.-.. /'
a Avei Cora]
15 | m. An Or.eg
bat sponsored bv thi -
hood
Saturday rvices are
scheduled for 9 a.m. Mincha will
be at 5 p.m.. with Shalos Seudos
following.
Norman Lyons Views Mosaic
Cede At Israelite Center

l the'Is Centei 3198 SW

5:30 : The late Fri
service wi
. : : M
'.
I

Amei :;. ; i
M
titution. An
Oneg S
..: .. Mrs. J
A
Satui
la Rabbi
Sa las issing the
W M a will be
at 5:3U p.m., with Shalos Seudos
follow .
.Rabbi Cassel Concludes
I Series On Mental Health
Earlv Friday evening services
at the'Kneseth Israel Congrega-
tion 1415 Euclid Avenue, Miami.
flSch. will be at 5:30 p.m. The
' late Forum and Service is sched-
uled for 830 p.m.
Rabbi Abraham M. Cassel will
hold his concluding lecture on
Mental Health and Judaism. Can-
, tor Abraham Seif will lead the
'congregational singing.
Saturdav morning sen-ices are
! scheduled "for 8:30 a.m., at which
I time Richard Swaeb will become
!Bar Mitzvah. A Bible class will
be held at 4 p.m., followed by
late afternoon services at 5 p.m.,
and a Sabbath Social Hour spon-
sored by Max Schlanger.
Cantor Silverman, Strassbuig
Assist Rabbi Lehrman
To Thine Own Self Be True,
will be the subject of Rabbi Ir-
ving Lehrrr.an's sermon during
the Fridav evening services, 8:30
p.m., at the Miami Beach Jewish
Center, 17001 Washington Av-
enue.
Cantor David Silvermnn will
chant assisted by the Center
C oir under the direction of
| ert Stn -burg.
S rurday morning services are
for 9 a.m.. with Rabbi
discussing the Weekly
Portior. A Bible class will be
held at 4 p.m., followed by Sha-
Seudos. Daily services are in
C< nter Chapel at 8 a.m., and
5:45 p.m.
Aspects Of Judaism -Ah4 .
At Temple Israel OfMidmiS:~:?<
Dr. Joseph R. Narof *ilMeai
Temple Israel of Miami, 137 tSF
419th Street in Fti^.e^ninii
services at 8:15 p.m.' ?3'
Topic of Dr. Narotfg sermon is
scheduled as: Reform, Liberal Or
AmericanWhat Shall We Call
Our Judaism? A reception and
discussion will follow.
On Saturday morning, H a m
Dr. Narot will discuss, the Second
Book of Samuel. The Bar MitX
vah of Jay Bruce, son of Mr. and
Mrs. David Hess, will also take
place at that time.
Rcbbi Zeikowitz Speaks
At Miami Hebrew School
i vening services at
: thi M : Hel rew School and
tion, 1101 SW 12th Av-
be at 5:30 p.m. A late
Fi rvi e is also
: r 8:30 p.m.
ker will be RabH
Marvin An Oneg
Shabbal will follow.
- ing services are
luled for 8:30 a.m. A class in
.(1 will be at 4 p.m.. follow-
Mincha, Shalos Seudos and
Sunday Bar Mitzvah service
will be at 8:30 a.m with break-
fast served immediately after.
Reverend Reynolds Discusses
Sabbath At Tifereth Israel
Tifereth Israel Northside Cen-
ter, 6500 North Miami Avenue
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:15 pm, with Reverend
George Goldberg officiating.
Reverend W. O. Reynolds of
the Seventh Day Adventist
Church, Miami, will speak during
the Forum portion of the service..
His topic is scheduled as: The
Sabbath And Its Observance.
Saturday morning services are
scheduled for 9 a.m., du.ing
which Reverend Goldberg will
discuss the Weekly Portion.
Hammers Present Torah To
West Miami Jewish Center
Early Friday evening services
at the West Miami Jewish Cen-
ter. 5720 SW 17th Street, will be" '
at 5:15 p.m. Late Friday services
1 are scheduled for 8:30 p.m.. and
will be dedicated to Mr. and Mrs.
Martin Hammer who arc pre-
i scnting the Center with a Sefer
Torah on Sundav morning, Jan-
uarv 27th. Rabbi Alfred Wax-ran
will discuss: The First Torah.
An Or.eg Shabbat is scheduled
to follow with Mr. and Mrs. E
nard Weiner and Mr. and Jrs,
Hairy Plaskoff acting as h
Sal u ning sow,. -ill
a.m., at which time
bi Waxman will di.
''' | -:on.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. -
ual leader of the Mia:i l l;
.' tc r, will !>
sp iki r .it t- ,. Torah pi
tion Sunday evening. Canti i Ir>
vini .:- .-.. ol tthfl Coral Ga- J
i Center, will
mu .. selections. Rabbi V. -
man will be in charge of the pro-
gram.
North Dade Jewish Center
The North Dade Jewish Cen-
ter. 13630 West D:x;e Highway,
will hold Fridav evening services
at 8:15 p.m.
Alexander Cohen will chant the
Sen-ice. An Oneg Shabbat is
scheduled to follow.
Downtown Synagogue
Friday evening service? at the
Downtown Synagogue. 135 N'W
3rd Avenue. Miami, are sched-
uled to begin at 5:15 p.m.
The Saturday service will be at
8:30 a.m. Mincha is scheduled for
5:15 p.m.. followed by Shalos
Seudos and Maariv. Daily ser-
vices are at 8 am., ar.d at 5:15
p.m.
Young Israel Synagogue
The Young Israel Synagogue of
Miami Beach. 4001 Chase Avenue,
will conduct Friday evening ser-
at 5:15 p.m. An Oneg Shab-
bat will follow.
Saturday morning services are
scheduled for 9 a.m. Daily ser-
vices are at 8:30 a.m.. and at
5:15 p.m.
Flagler-Granada Jewish Center
The Flagler Granada Jewish
Community Center. 50 NW 51st
Place, hold daily services at 7
a.m. Friday evening services are
scheduled for 8:30 p.m. The Sat-
urday service is at 9.
View Joy Of Living .At
North Shore Jewish Center
Joy Of Living, will be the sub-
ject of a sermon to be given by
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz of the
North Shore Jewish Center, Dick-
ens Avi nue and 75th Street, dur-
ing the late Friday evening ser-
vice. 8:15 p.m.
I Tie service will be chanted by
Cantor Leo Urlich. The Center
Sisterhood will serve at the Oneg
Shabbat. following.
Saturday morning services are
scheduled for 8:45 a.m., at which
time Rabbi Abramowitz will dis-
cuss the Weekly Portion.
Daily services are at 8 a.m.,
: and at 5:15 p.m.
i
\i
i
Rabbi Rackovsky Continues
Lectures On Jewish History
Congregation Beth Tfilah, 935
Euclid Avenue. Miami Bead *B
I hold Friday evening service- at
5:30 p.m. Rabbi .Joseph E. Rac-
kovsky will lecture on Jewish
History at 8:30 p.m.
Saturday morning services are
scheduled for 8:30 a.m.. during
I which Rabbi Rackovsky will dis-
i cuss Individual And Communal
Hatred. At 4 p m., the Rabbi will
speak on Patience. Mincha
scheduled for 4:30 p.m., followed
by Shalos Seudos and Maariv,-.
Daily services are at 7:30 a.r
and at 5:30 p.m., with a class,
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>therhood
jetingAt
ibles Center
rC Coral Gables Jewish Cen-
Ristcrhood will join with the
is Club to present a joint
Iherhood Meeting on Monday,
Jary 28th, 8:30 p.m., at the
ier. .
L program will be a sympos-
f on Bombs Or Brotherhood
town Hall fashion, and will
fcllowed by an open forum.
r p Routh, professor of Hu-
Kelations at the University
giami. will be moderator for
program. Guest speakers will
everend Theodore R. Gib-
fpresbyterian minister, whose
L-as killed while flying for
I Israeli Government; Rever-
Edward Graham, Mount
Baptist Church; Mr. Gilbert
ey teacher at St. Peter and
I Catholic Church; and Rabbi
b-is A. Skop.
L Brotherhood Meeting has
E arranged by Molly Glazer,
fram chairman, and by Emily
co-chairman of the Inter-
Comnuttee of the Sister-
with Herman Isis, program
Jrman. and Albert Garbik and
[Bodain, program committee
le Men's Club.
}e Group Moves
Beers and Directors of the
rfcan Title Group announce
[opening of their new Home
Ice Bu:l :mg at 901 NE 2nd
hue, Miami, An Open House
[held yesterday afternoon.
KabM Lehrman
Speak* in Texas
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center, left
for Texas this week at the invita-
tion of the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America on behalf
of the Seminary's current expan-
sion program.
The Rabbi's main stop was in
Houston, where he addressed the
annual meeting of the Houston
Friends of the Seminary on
Wednesday.
Rabbi Lehrman serves as a
member of the National Planning
Committee of the Seminary and
is a member of the Executive
Committee of the Rabbinical As-
sembly.
Devore Joins Realtors
Sobel, Sacks and Gardner, Mi-
ami Beach realtors, announce the
addition to their firm of Mr. Al
Devore.
Devore has been associated
with various business arrange-
ments of the Cavalier, the Hamp-
ton Court, the Mount Vernon and
the Palmer House. He has also
operated the Ocean Spray and
Whitehart Hotels.
Cardiae Chapter*
Set Tag Day
The National Chndren'6 Car-
diac Home announces that Satur-
day, February 9th, will be the
day set for the Home's annual
Tag Day.
Participating will be the Mi-
ami Chapter, Mrs. David Barnes
and Mrs. Louis Wolfe, co-chair-
men; the Dade Chapter, Mrs. Na-
than Glass, chairman; and tho
Flamingo Chapter, Mrs. Irving
Melker and Mrs. Doran Zinnei,
co-chairmen.
Hialeah Hears Rabbi
At the Hialeah-Miami Springs
Jewish Community Center meet-
ing held last Wednesday, Rabbi
David Shapiro spoke on the need
of funds for Israel. A motion pic-
ture, Tent City, was also shown.
PAUL A. GROSS
announces the opening of his offices
for the Practice of Law
420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida
Suite 505 Telephone 83-5901
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lodman Discusses
tabs And Peace
R. () i jnan, local Zionist
iddreaa the Zionist
^'lub on Wednesday.
|iai : 12:15 p.m., at the
tel. His topic will
|: .'. .1 s. Peace.
ach resident since
G is formerly of St.
he was president
} 7 I Organization and
St Louis Zionist Emergen-
Hc is a graduate of
W in University Law
>1 and practiced law in Mis-
il iman also attended the
friva Ral bi Zacharia Joseph
It. Louis, and was the Liaison
Jrestntative between the
trican Christian Palestine
mittee and the Zionist Move-
Jit.
Incc making his home in Flor-
he has served as Vice-Presi-
of the Southeast Region of
Zionist Organization of
erica. He is President of the
Just Council of South Florida,
|ember of the Board of Gover-
of the Greater Miami Jew-
Federation, Miami Beach
I'sh Center and the Bureau of
fish Education. -
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FRIDAY, JANUARY J
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ilearh Ma sad a
Has Hauon Hall
Miami Beach Hasada, Young
Zionist District, will present a
.; Bail on Sunday evening.
January 27th. 9 p.m.. at the Shel-
bourne Hotel.
The Raspa.' the current N< "'
Orleans entertainer, will be fea-
ture performer, according to Gil
: und-raising chairman.
Pr Leeds will go to Zionist
[srael Monte Popover
is in charge o: posters. Dave
Goldfine will supervise the door
committee, and Miss Irene Kes-
tenbaum is in charge of publicity.
Brandeis Chapter. AJC
The regular open meeting of
Brandeis Chapter. American Jew-
ish Congress, will be in the form
d a Dessert Card Party on Mon-
day, Januarv 28th. 1 p.m.. at the
Sea Gull Hotel. Mrs. Harry Sha-
piro will present a skit assisted
by members of the chapter.
Workmen's Circle Party
The Women's Division of the
Workmen's Circle Branch No. 692
will hold a card party on Sunday
evening, 7 p.m.. at 25 Washing-
ton Avenue. Proceeds will go
toward the adoption of European
children.
Ilr. Schneidor To
Run For Public
Sr In mi I Hoard
Candidacy of Dr. S. G. S(
der. Miami Beach eye specialist,
was announce this week for Dado
County's Board of Public tasl
tion. District 5.
In announcing his candidacy,
Dr. Schneider declared he favors
the School Board's giving more
"A GOOD NAME
is more to be
treasured than riches."
Proverb:
GORDON
FUNERAL
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SYMBOLIZES EVERY-
THING A GOOD NAME
IMPLIES
For 25 years the name
GORDON has been as-
sociated with service to
Greater Miami Jewish
causes
In your time of need lei
us help you as we have
"one for other gratefu'
families
******
GORDON
710 S.W. 12th Avenue
Phone 3-3431 or 9-1436
F. I. AHERN
Funeral Director
Dr. S. G. Schneider
i
I thought to future growth of Dade
County by planning school sites
. and purchasing property before
1 land costs rise excessively.
A pioneer in youth movements
in this area, Dr. Schneider helped
organize the first Cub Scout pack
in the city ar.d was an assistant
Scout Master before tin war. He
v as graduated from Miami Beach
Senior High School and attended
the University of Miami and New
York University. H> is a gradu-
ate of Northern Illinois College
of Optometry. He is a member of
's Saf( ty Committee of
Miami Beach, Hibiscus Lodgi No
275, ind thi Presidi nt's Council
i : Miami Beach. He is past presi-
: the Miami Beach Optim-
ist Club and 9 the Miami B
Junior Chamber of Commerce
Dr. Schneider is also editoi <>(
the Journal ol the Florida Opto-
metrii Ass ial n, director of
public tion for tl
nd a director of the
east Florida Optometric As-
sociation.
Beth Sholom Sisters
Have Dinner Dance
Mrs. Saul Herman, president of
the Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Sholom, announces its Second
Annual Dinner Dance to be held
ion February 24th. 7 p.m.. at
Ciros.
Mrs. Louis Stoff has been ap-
pointed chairman of the event
Proceeds from the affair. Mrs
Herman explained in her an-
nouncement, eo towards the sud-
'pon of Beth Sholom's Religious
School.
Air-Conditioned
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BENNY THE BUM'S
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Every dish cooked to order
by George FASSA. Chef
MAYFLOWER
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SATURDAY. JANUARY 25th, 8:3C p m
Greater MUmi Jewish Federation 420 Lincoln Road
SPEAKER DR. ISAAC UNTERMAN
Topic: "THE TALMUD
And It's Impact On Jewish Life"
VISIT THE BAZAAR !!
AT THE JEWISH CULTURAL CENTER
429 LENOX AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH
Saturday. January 2$th. at 5 p.m.
Sunday. January 27lh. at 2 p.m.
Monday. January 28th. at 5 p m
Beth Tfilah Sisters
Install Officers
Installation of officers ol the
!Beth Tfilah O egation Sister-
hood was held early this week.
Praising the Sisterho id in his
installation address. Rabbi Jo
:ovsky, spiritual l<
the Ci ngrei tion, made refer
to the recent presentaton of a
.; of Law as -sy'- "1"-' "' t:r
Sisterhood's aim to promote
Torah-Judaism in the commun-
ity."
Install* II "' R '" K "'
, Shapli i. how
i.l. r, vice pn si;
Prieda Feldn an,
. Kaplan, vl i president; I
v... Bettj I
...... Jai obson, irean
Rove 1 rledaon, financial n
Esthei R i kovakj recoi |
mrv; and Roae LuatlK ioclal
Board "f Trunt bva
nan. Gum B .....
and Lena Kramer, hon
...... Board member*: Dora ton-
,. u .... Rose Kaplan, Jen
nu Kau ii l Ki l Ian Eva Roi -
. J |e Hill. K.inii) Goldberg, Flor-
. Hoffman Jennli Qoldflne, Ida
Anna Sllvi rman. Bather Brod-
-k>. Sadie Kr imer, Eva Friedman,
!: -. -.! '.
liter Pi leda Melt* r, Fann
i., ra K iti, v- tta Tranlc, Mary
a Zahlon Hoapltalltv:
R, Kats, B Jacob-
Betty Pa i ila, R K iplan, l.. na
Krami 8 Kra m r ni Mai) '.....t-
m.in. Sanehlne Committee: Rachel
Katz. i rate .' obaon, i luaaia Zald-
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Rabbi Gross Speaks To
Miami Academy Group
Mrs. Irving Rubinstein, presi-
dent of the Miami Chapter. He-
brew Academy Women, has an-
nounced that Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross, principal of the Greater
Miami Hebrew Academy, will bo
the honored guest at the Chap-
ter's next meeting to be held at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sol
Frisch, 2571 SVV 25th Avenue, on
Thursday evening. Januarv 24th.
8 p.m.
Rabbi Gross will lead a round
table discussion on the subject:
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)AY. JANUARY 25, 1952
D. Henderson
Be Candidate
M Sheriff
If n -Jack" Henderson, tor-
Safetv Director and Chief
nirtal Deputy Sheriff, today
Inuncccl that he would be a
Violate for Sheriff of Dade
enderson has had more than
Icade of law enforcement ex-
lence, his supporters indicate.
It of this has been in adminis-
|,ve capacity. He started as
Ific patrolman on the Miami
fce Department and rose to
*'Jen 1stfhiiUtr
r3*,
Jack Henderson
Icial Investigator of the Acci-
|t Prevention Bureau, to As-
_nt Director of Safety Educa-
fand rrwmber of the faculty of
'the Miami Police Academy
the Florida State Police
demy.
tis career was interupted when
pntend military service early
942. f.,r service both in the
tttic and Pacific theaters in
amphibious forces of the
Guard.
lendc:-. n was elected Consta-
nt the Second District on his
.'wd for political office, un-
|ing the incumbent who had
the office for many years.
en tlv late Professor O. P.
|t, then City Manager and in
Ing health, looked around for
Bafety Director to head the
I :.<1 Communications
psiohs. he chose Henderson. As
petor, Henderson supervised
of more than 1.200
| men and other employ-
of thi department of public
My.
lei n is credited with hav-
ed or cased traffic bot-
becks, and to have stressed
Bomy in the face of a free-
jialng commission majority,
|mg approximately $450,000 of
taxpi yers money out of his
lOO.OOu budget.
[ointinu to the changing ad-
(listrations in the sheriff's
Ice in the) last two years Hen-
pon said, "The sheriff's office
been the victim of inexperi-
ed administration on the top
61 loni; enough. I offer myself
[a proven, qualified law en-
emen- official."
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Finest and Largest
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* Levine Irring Blasberg
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Beach Junior Hadassah
Elects Phyllis Goldman
J a.LCew cand,e8ht cere-
mony, the Miami Beach Junior
Hadassah installed officers for
the coming year.
Held in the Cadillac Hotel, the
ceremony officially placed into
rnM PIe?ident. Miss Phyllis
Goldman. Others installed were
Sherry Kramer and Shirley Ger-
stien, vice presidents; Annette
Melich, treasurer; and Rita Tuck-
man and Jane Zeeman, corre-
sponding and recording secretar-
ies respectively. Miss Melich also
acted as installing officer, and
Mrs Irving Weinstein. president
of the Greater Miami Hadassah
was guest speaker.
PAGE 9 B
Jotham Valley Plays on Beach Tomorrow
. Jotham Valley, sparkling rous-
ts *fPai3', f lhe West- brinSs its
zestful life and color for the first
time to Miami Beach tomorrow,
the following week it will move
The ,D?,de County Auditorium.
The full New York cast of 55,
headed by Leland Holland and
Ilene Godfrey, will star in the
joyous and moving story of a
ranching valley in the Miami
Jotham Valley returns to this
area after having played to stand-
ing room only audiences last
spring at the Dade County Au-
ditorium, from a West Coast tour
which packed theaters in San
Francisco, Los Anegeles and Hol-
lywood.
Book and lyrics are by Cecil
Broadhurst who takes a leading
role in the settling of the feud
CHINESE FAMILY DINNERS
Fli MfWCM
325 71sf ST. M. B. 86-4303
Winter Parties Fete
Mount Sinai Staff
Nursing staff members of
Mount Sinai Hospital and interns
and externs on the medical staff
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam Gold last Saturday evening i
at the Helene Hotel, Miami
Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Gold are
residents of Jamaica Estate, Long
Island, New York.
The function was the first of
a series of winter season parties
honoring Mount Sinai's nursing
staff "eld under the sponsorship
of the Women's Auxiliary of the
Hospital. Members of the Auxil-
iary serving on the Arrangements
Committee were Mrs. Isaac Levin,
chairman, Mrs. Monte Selig, Mrs.
Louis Krensky, Mrs. Morton Rus-
Ratner and Beth Sholom Library
mi s
TwIcklphamDtou School Girls in "JOTHAM VALLEY"
Beach Auditorium for one night
only, then move to West Flagler
Street Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday. Supported by a 20-
piece orchestra under the baton
of Dr. Will Reed, the singing
chorus of 35 will present a dozen
song hits including Wonder Why,
Somewhere In The Heart Of A
Man, The Luckiest Girl Alive and
Look To The Mountains. An irre-
pressible cowhand quartet will
enliven the score.
between rancher brothers. Film
actress Marion Clayton, Phyllis
Konstam, star of the London
stage, and Sadlers Wells Ballet
artist June Day add brilliance to
the score.
Tickets are obtainable at the
Miami Beach Auditorium Box
Office and at Farr Tours as well
as Burdine's Mezzanine in Miami
and at Amidon's, Coral Gables.
For reservations call 2-4164.
Distinctive
Greyhound
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ADM. 25
D
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Miss Elsie Schwalbe.
Helene Hotel To
Specialize in
Armenian Foods
Lovers of Armenian dishes will
be able to satisfy their exotic ap-
petites at the Helene Hotel, Mi-
ami Beach. The Helene has been
leased for five years by the Ar-
menian Hotel Owners, Incorpor-
ated, and will specialize in the
serving of unusual Armenian
dishes.
Such tasly dishes as rice pilaf,
shishkebab, ogra and paklava will
be among other gourmet's de-
lights served in the Helene's
open-air patio.
The Armenian Hotel Owners,
who will operate the Helene on
both the European and American
plans, include John Kulhanjian,
the first Armenian hotel operator
in Miami who has been associated
with various resorts in the vicin-
ity during the past 15 years; Di-
ran Terzian, the first Armenian
hotel owner in the Catskill Moun-
tains; Charles Panosian, also an
owner and operator of hotels in
the Catskills; and Sam Manma-
jian, restaurateur from Savan-
nah, Georgia.
Appoints Mrs. Kaplan
Mrs. Louis Ross, president of
the PTA of Temple Beth Sholom,
announces the appointment of
Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan as Library
chairman.
In making the announcement,
Mrs. Ross explained that the Beth
Sholom Library is open to the
public on Mondays through
Thursdays each afternoon from 3
to 5 p.m. The Beth Sholom Lib-
rary contains more than 1,500
volumes of Anglo-Judaica, with a
collection of current fiction and
non-fiction, augmenting a section
of Anglo-Jewish juvenilia.
Abbot Gardens PTA
Meets; Holds Dance
The next meertng of the Parent
Teacher Association of the Abbott
Gardens Private School will be
held on Monday, January 21st, at
8 p.m.
An open debate on the mother-
child relationship during forma-
tive years will take place.
Miami Hebrew
Book .Store
Featuring Religious Articles
Israel Novelties
Jewish Records
Gifts
Food Packages to Israel
751 WASHINGTON AVE.
TEL. 58-6942
Rabbi Joseph Goldwurm, Prop.
Kosher Killed
Chickens
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MIAMI BEACH FEBRUARY 25
For Ticket; Call: Burdlne'a, Ird floor, i-ltll; Cordelia's. 3-5123; M.B.
Radio, &8-T67S; .M.B. Auditorium, 5-0436: Kteadman's, Coral Cables.
1-IS9I: Opera (iuild oft Ice, 3-i.7: Sea Isle Hotel. Shopping I'laza Pout
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AUTOMOBILE OWNERS
In order to accommodate DADE COUNTY MOTORISTS in purchasing their
1952 LICENSE PLATES
THE DADE COUNTY AUTO TAG AGENCY WILL BE OPEN
FROM 9:00 AM. UNTIL 1:00 P.M. ON SATURDAY. JAN. 19th.
AND EACH SATURDAY THEREAFTER UNTO. SATURDAY. FEB.
16. WHEN IT WILL REMAIN OPEN ALL DAY FROM 9:00 A.M.
UNTIL 5:00 P.M.
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BUY YOUR LICENSE PLATE NOW AND AVOID THE LAST MINUTE RUSH
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Tuesday Review
4 ourtesy Day
The Hadassah sponso:ed Tues-
day Review will hold courtesy
day on January 29th. 1:15 p.m.,
at Temple Beth Sholom
Members of the group will be
permitted to bring one guest, at
which time they will hear Mrs I
M. Weinstein in sion of
Strang '.. nds An ; Fi P
rustice Willi 0. Doug-
I IS.
Pioneer Women
Dedicate Service
To Ghana Chizik
Loan Association
Elects Of livers
Miami Hebrew
LEGAL NOTICE
A .--> icial tin service will
Id by the C Pioneer
n M mday evening, Jan-
28th. 8 p.m..
Synagogue, Mian i B
ik
:hai C ik, \
i ne< :- I set!
stii

Outdoor Spinoza
Jo in m Hoar*
Sviiioii I.ojiIiI
Symon Gould, asa
ol T e Ameri in V n, will
deliver ., talk on The \
Program For Healing A Sick
World Morally, Menl An I
Physically, t irhorrow afternoon.
:t p.m., at the Spinoza Oul I
Forum, on the lawn of the home
f D:. A raham Wolfson. 11th
Street and Oc in C ..::. Miami
Beach.
Mr. Gould initial is nation-
wide speaking tour with this
pearance in Miami Beach in
which he will enlighl
American public on tn signifi-
cance of the -. pi
i peace, plenty and utl
through the applicati >n : V -
i irian practi es and ideals. Mr.
Gould is also director of the
Health Guild and pi
New V irk Natural Hyg So-
ciety
Ti-e ureaier mun !' ,
Fn e I. 'an Association held i lee-
. last Mon I
Appointi ; posts were Isi-
. 's ident; Hj
:: 1st vii Mrf
Beth J Louis Block. 2n I v i pr lent:
Mrs. Lizzie Litt, honorai
|ent: Osl
Mrs Rose P I
I Mrs. Ida
iry.

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II M Di ''
Mi H
Wi Kramer, N Ne-
Mrs. Bi ssie Rosi nl ei g. Mi s
chel Sakowitz, Mrs. Lena Sap<
Mrs
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; w. intraub, Mrs.
p .. v, iel Wilchyk
and Morris Zimmerman.
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Distinctive Clientele
1104 Lincoln Road
Ph. 5-3812
:.. fig ir in the Womi n W >rk-
er's Movement, died last Di
er 19tl One of this I
first tasks upon her arrival in
10 yean ago, was
unsettled
.: as ind ultimately to establish
a girls' farm near Tel Aviv which
. :
SI e : this home in Tel
Aviv until last year.
Mrs B :>e chair-
: pr i-
. ibbj Max
s Cantor M ..... Mam-
M '..' 51 i
C ii.......
n
'.' 1737 Nortl Bay-
on Tl ftei
:. 141 'I p.m. A
ented
guest
speak '..' .:. Mi imi, Mina
Regoz Idress an upyn
pubii, i and mak.
television,
Model Friday Night
Supper At Beth David
A Model Fridaj Night Supper
will be hi-ld on Sunday, January
27th. for both the Junior Assem-
blies ol the Beth David Sunday
School.
Kindergarden children will be
in charge ol the service. A tradi-
ll supper will then I
by the PTA.____________________
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
l\ AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE.
No. 27303A
I ll, KSTATK OF
, vNNIK Ll'h. !" eaaed
. v ,,,.:- Bllll All Pel -"II- I !.i\ -
. ,,i Demand! Airalnal
- '''
% | each ol j ou. are hi i b!
i .,ii,| required iireaent any
, ., ;,i demandi which you, or
,.f viiu, ma) have against the
,.f i-ANXIE W I 'l.i'i.. dei eased
i lade 'ountj. Florida, to the
Judge* of Dade 'ount) and
.. >ame In Ihelr olfli in the
r,,unti ("ourthouae In Dade Coufity,
] ida, w ith elajil ralendai monfhi
i.. ,i ,!. ,.f the iir.-i publication
i i..,f gald lalma oi demands t.>
the leaal addreaa of the i lalm-
i i,, be nworn t,. and presented
.,. iiforesald o lame >H he barred.
i in i.,1 \ 17th, A i' I95fc
MYKR A WOVPK.
a- Executor of the Leal
will and Testament nf
i a.nnii: w ULP E De>
ceaa* 'I
M \X K 8IL.VER
' net for Executoi
: :. : l-8-ir.
MAItY 1,11:, ,\\
K,"'"ilIVM "BOW [)., .
ORDER OF pu, ,
TO: BPHRIAM I.Vl^fu'CAT'0N
IB Jofforson
Mew Toi k ,
TOO .ii.. Ii.,...
t<> serve ; oopj ,.i
Ol Whirl, j. ,.,,. ,.
ptantlfTa attorney. 4
inal In the offlci J!f ,l'" -fli
' i>- nit i-iiurr ,,< |, :,
on or i,.-f..... th< is" Rodj
!:.-'. otherwlae the v"i
Bill wlllbo uken '
DATlD: .i....... iyfl
|,rE J
%,"/. -K-if?
SAMIKI. .1 |:A'.V,
Attorney for ri
1007 CNympla Bu : Ii
Miami II, Florida
I r. 1 iv.r,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
.\, ITICE IS HEREBY OIVEN
...
.--- nder the I titious
\ a .- till SEMEN'T '. al IN
W :. Street, \l an Flu Intends
; Ihl
It Court i>f li
I
ALEX VXI 'ER Si IKE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
\.,ini: is HEREBY GIVEN thai
ih, undersigned, dealrina to enxaK<
- i .- under th>- fictitious name
i.f VACATION MOVIES, :ii S50 l.ln-
. ..in Road, Miami Beach S, Florida.
said name Ith the
.. the 'Ircult Court ,.f I>aile
I
THE< il)( iRE II I<| m ILISH
SEYMOl'R B HERMAN. Esq.
t. n \ icatlon Mo lei
M
MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY
THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director
5505 N. W. 3rd St. Phone 87-8201
NOTICE BY PUBLIC*-!-^
IN THE CIRCUIT court1 "a1.
ELf lvo%n,dha mss^SiM
COUNTV^0E
MARION OERSH. ![., -,.-_
HBNRT QBRSH, Defendant
TO: HENRY OERSH
536 ITwt iisti, Ktreei
New ^,.rk. \ V
You ate heiel.y n
of Complaint f,.r Divorce hi,
filed agalnft you. and you ,",--
d to nerve a c.ipv ,, ,. I'***
IMeadlna to the I,in
uie puintirrs ah,.I,,.-, i
ER. SM Roper Building ||9
Florida, and Ml- tl......,,., T
or I'leadinir In th- office oTthi
of the Circuit Court ,, ,,r h,,'
ZOtO day of Kel,i-:irv ..; |-V'
to 0 -,,. Judament bj l..fault'iriti
taken aifauiHt >,. f,,r ,ht. r'J"*
manded in the BUI .. '-.mntaiiH
, DONE AM. ORDERED 'JL
E. B.
Clerk, C
Dade Co
By \vm w
Deputy '
, i" i cult Court Seal i
LEO SHEINER
>0t It.,per Building
M ami tt, PlorMa
Attorney for Plaintiff
I r- I i-t-15
M >'~HKRMAIM
ult i
'KfMbl
rk
^Jewish Forum
On The Air*'
StaUon: V/FEC (1220 on dial)
Sundays 11-12 AM.
Station: WTTT (1490 on dial)
Thursdays 9 10 P.M.
Directed and Announced by
TRITON HOTEL DINING ROOM
2729 COLLINS AVE. M. B.
Phone for Reservations5-6651 5-4907
Air Conditioned Erwin and Louise Frishnet
SERVING
FLORIDA'S FINEST AMERICAN JEWISH DINNER-
SLEHtH
NOW OPEN
I 6 COLLINS AV
MIAMI BEACH
f.?.~ Traitional Jewish CuUin* under
Suptrvmon ot the Famous Chef
J A
CK METZGER
OF MIAMI BEACH AND NEW YORK
O
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT op T|i
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIBCUIT|
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY.
No. 1467-
HENRY DAVIDSON, !
\ a,
AI.EXAXDIA KAYII'- \
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
ALEXANDRIA DA VII s ,.\,
U Baal ItSth Si
Bronx. New V
You are norBbj >-i **%tt
copy of your Ajwwer I i Iht i
1 'omplalnl for I >h......
tuf 'a At tor nay, Herman -
Blacayne liulldinic. Miami,
and to file the orifinal Vnwj
office of the Clei k oi t>i-
lourt on or before the ::-; 1> i
Fekruary. it&t; other..~ the.
CatUN will be taken ...~ .,inftMil
>'OU.
This notice Khali I
aach ,-ek for four ,..,. iti\e'
In the JEWISH Kl.oKllilAS,
DATED, at Miami. 1>*M Cl
Florida; thu ;jnd doi J
l5t.
E. II. I.EATHERJU
' 'lei k of thi Circuit 0|
I hide i 'ouir. i
(Circuit Court .-;,.,,li
By \v.\i w .-,, k:n
Deputy i'.
i ;:. 2/t--i.-.
The Showcase of Good Food
^e GOVERNOR
CAFETERIA
1225 WASHINGTON AVE.
MIAMI BEACH
Simon Seiden
Au C inditioned F3r Y.ur C-.mf.irf
Mendelsohn's. Inv,
STRICTLY KOSHER -~.
C,rn a, c RESTAURANT and CATERERS "
C-er St. and R palm Avenue Miami Bmc
Telephone 58-7074
Lincoln Manor flg^ Caterers
weddings n. *. ,
Buf'e- Bor-Mitzvahs
Hi t- ,'3 .. Garden Parties
At Lincoln Manor, Your Homa or Hoi?
A.r-Conditioned Wedding Chapel
Free Parking on Premises
Phone 58-5689
FIRST RACE
8:00 P. M.
NO MINORS
ALLOWED
MI?!LBs!flCH KENNEL CLUB
i*IfMj SOUTH END OF COLLINS AW
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Tt
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT/
AND FOR DADE COUNTV.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERV
No 14670-'
I8AAC ZW1BBBI* PlalnUft
RUTH ZWIBBBL. Def-n4an<
NOTICE BV PUBLlCATlO*
TO: RI'TH ZUlKi;i:i.
9 Nixon Court,
Ii.....kh n. .NVm rprh
Vi.r ARE HERBBV 11Kji'IRBP1
aarva a CODS' pi yow An-wrr tr
Rill or Compuipt ,' ii- i'ii:M-J
attorneys and file tin- nrMiMljPj
ifflre of the Clerk ,.l il"- >-
Court mi or before th* IU
iviuuHiv. ah i';' otbeeoam
said cut will be lake" <"
tv \-ou.
DATED: Miami. I :i... Kn*<
of January. AD. 1-".: .,.,,,:
E. II. LKATH^WMW
Clerk of ill- '.' ll *
Circuit Court 8 ,
l!> U. II RICE, J"-
I >.-i>ui. lerk
KOVNBR MA.NNHKIMIilt
Attorneya for Plain)
tL'O Lincoln lc<>n,l
Miami lie.i, ii. Florida
1.2". 2/1-1-1.-.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL ClRCOJ',
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN CHANCE*'
No. 146715
samiki. shiii'KIN. PhujnUn
BOPHIB BH1PF1UK. I ^"'UnV
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
TO: SOPHIE BHIFPRIN
Connecticut State Hosru*1
Mhldlrtown. Com ',
TOO AKK HERBBV NOl
tbml a Bill of Chi,'.;.,i "" "
has lin-n filcl a*aln*l >""
bova entitled can.-- and > ,
hereby r-.|iiiicl t,. >' ','"
"mi Anawer to tlic BUI \L ,
ror Dlvon......, th- l",n,u, jjl
neya. and file Hi....."""'I "' ."
fice of the Clcik of tl"' 'J'i;..
..n ..r before the 21-' '" .," \i,i
!'-,;. otberwlae a Deer* "> uw
will l- entered aalni -
Dated .,' Mian, i
d of January.. I-',--;, x,KRJI**j
sgsa
PALuoT. s,.:;-! -^
Attornev f
>'M Inaraham Bull I <
Miiiml. Klorldi
1 25 : i--i;



IY, JANUARY 25, 1952
LECA- NOTICE
ne INTENTION TO APPLY
JR LETTERS PATENT
" i,.....hi elyei I Hi- under-
hai they intend to flic for
. roiiows
undersigned Individual*
the
for the
ourselves
miIiik a i o poratlon
Florida Statutes
,|. ;,| \ .-; I.- 01 lliis
Imici
(i:< >""
ARTICLE I-
f n, Shall
DARADISE MEMORIAL
GARDENS. INC.
Inrlunl plnce ol business shall
Ii |i...i. County, Florida.
1 ARTICU5 II.
L,., ral naturi of the business
t,',,. ,,: bj such corporation
,,. rate a emotery company
. ti> the DIW slons of
piorlda Statutes 1949,
IC irlthout limitation, the right
li,.......r otherwise acquire, or
Hi'ii''!. 'ay ",lt- fence, plat and
or more cemeteries,
ir without the state of Florida,
luge or permit the same to be
the burial therein of human
to purohaae or otherwise ac-
i s,.ii phMiacB, Inscribed or
, buriul vaults or protective
,, single atnl family, caskets
i,'i personal properly items
needed or. used in connec-
I'th preparation and l>urlal of
[re ma ins, excepting herein only
professional services as
endered under the laws
BUM of Florida by a licensed
rv ur mortician: also the power
provide, fit up. eiiuip and
i one "r more crematories,
r without the State of Florida.
1st or permit the same to be
the cremation of human re-
nnd to provide urns and other
receptacles for such remains
(mated: also the power to
rovlde, fit up, egtilp and main-
or more mausoleums, within
out the State of Florida, for
ffimt "f the entombment of
em.iins therein.
purchase, hold. sell. Improve.
I real estate, and mortgage
mber the same, and to erect,
for and maintain, extend
ler buildings there,.n. within
(out the Slate of Florida. In-
right to purchase or other-
h|uir<- anil sell such equipment
- is normally used in
with the erection, man-
are and maintenance of
I property.
. the Rood) will, rights
I both real and personal.
1 undertake the whole or any
the assets and liabilities of
? ,i~~.>, lation or cor-
J pay for the same in cash,
fk ..f iiii-......many, bonds, car-
otherwise; to bold or In
I p dispose ..f the whole
| of the property so pnr-
i.....nduct In any lawful
I the Whole or any part "I" any
. i and to exercise
i ecessary and convon-
and ah*.ut the conduct and
hi.m of nucti business, within
I rida.
make and per-
Utra ol every kind for any
with any person, firm,
orporatton, town, city,
Ibody politic, state, territory,
lent or colony or dependency
1 within .,r without Florida.
i borrow money, with or with-
Medge or mortgage of any or
ly, real or personal, as
and to loan money on mort-
al or personal property
pitted by law.
i transact a general real estate
[business, including the man-
or real property, estates and
U."inis- Interests as agent for
s.'iis and corporations, to
to property as the agent
r'-. and generally to do all
l' ts In the management of the
i srsons and corpora-
iii carry on a general cont-
ain! brokerage business.
do and transact all business
t" or suitable or necessary
[In any wise connected with
lii!I ef the purposes for which
fporation is formed,
i have on,, or more offices and
it any ,,r all of its operations
iness, and to promote its ob-
thin ..r without the State of
with,nit restriction us to
amount,
objects and purposes specl-
'" shall he regarded as In-
lit objects und purposes and,
I where otherwise expressed,
in no way limited nor re-
I hv r. r, rence to or inference
terms of any other clause
rapli of this certificate of in-
PMk,
i foregoing enumeration shall
rnd Is.ih as objeets nnd pow-
ihe listing thereof shall not
'" limit or restrict in any
ih. general powers conferred
[corporation by the Laws of
of Florida.
ARTICLE III
npunt of capital stock author-
i.e ioo shares of no par
l.i !"*""" '"-"ued. shall be
lor in cash, property, labor
'. the value of such prop-
er services shall be deter-
fixed by the Board of
LEGAL NOTICE
-Jewish ncrMten
PAGE 11-B
each year
hosen by
tlon of sin
at the annual
LEGAL NOTICE
ih
president Is i i.
the stockholders, the elec-
pr.sol,.,,, ,hall tab
hoMer. -TJhU."oWS k%S
and treasure, may be h.-l.i ,
f,cTrha%nhTtrrertt'cond*u^X
'''">';< "f ik......rporatlon untu thosl
:iuaHVi!.d"V"a -.....'"'
MANUEL 1.1:\ i:\siin.
J. MALCOLM .M.llNs,.N-'"'si'"'nt
CATHERINE LEVEN80Ne',d,nt
ARTICLEtvfl-Trea,UrM
of th "a""s '"'l business addrsssea
of the '"corporators W|, shall consti-
tute the first Board of Directors to
'"!' olf,,.. for the firs, v.-ar of the
corporations existence or until their
elected and qualified.
successors are
are:
BMANUEL LEVEN80N
Hsoayne Iildg.. Miami, Florida
JOHNSON
J.
MALCOLM
< wn-SnSof'nie^iSRy M'la,,,i- "orlda
t ATHERIM-. LEVENSON
M07 BIscayne Bldg., Miami, Florida
ARTICLE Via
I lie name nnd business addresses of
the subscribers to this proposed char-
ter shall be as follows, each of whom
are to take the amount of stock sub-
scribed for by each and Indicated af-
ter their name:
JHftf5^.SS?1,l*5S 'Address Subscription
BMANUEL LEVENSON
1407 BIscayne Bldg., Miami. Fla. 1
.1. MALCOLM JOHNSON
1107 BIscayne Bldg.. Miami, Fla 1
CATHERINE LEVENSON
1407 BIscayne Bldg.. Miami. Fla. 1
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, we have
hereunto set our hands and seals this
is day of Junuarv. 1952.
13/ EMANUEL LEVENSON
/S/ J. MALCOLM JOHNSON
/S/ CATHERINE LEVENSON
STATE OF FLORIDA ) | QS-
COUNTY OF DADE )
Before .he subscriber personally ap-
peared EMANUEL LEVENSON J
MALCOLM JOHNSON and CATHER-
INE LEVENSON who. after being
duly sworn, acknowledged that they
executed the foregoing Instrument for
the purposes therein stated.
SWORN TO AND SUBSCRIBED
before me this the 22 day of January,
AD. 1932. at Miami. Dade County,
Florida.
Notary Public. State of Florida
/S/ RAY M. WATSON
My commission expires
Notary Public, State of Florida
at Large. My commission ex-
pires March 26. 1952. Bonded by
American Surety Co. of N.Y.
l If v'
h
of this corporation. The
amount of indebtedness or
i" which this corporation can
{me subject Itself will be
Ihon (IT.noo.ooo.Oo, iwltars.
AllTU-LE IV
'um f capital with which
'ration shall begin business
J"'; sum of One Thousand
Dollars.
ARTICLB V
,,m,;'>'"i. shall have perpetual
..ARTICLE VI
.'T,"f u',' oowwtny shall
'.-... f "Ireelors .>f not less
on. "".r more Ikan eleven
Kkiu'ri'''1 of "u,"n dlre,.,s
and > 'L"- ? ''"urer or
"the '"" her officers and
, I n,','T"",;,,i','" ,n:,v author.
.."" -I'Mkholders at the an-
eeetl '''''"' and at the time
kb..'l s'"'" 'llrectors shall
} ,;;. '"".d to vote at
"dent m, ,,hty u,r,e ,h"^-"
arallim p a ''Ircci.M- ol
on n.| ,ay |, ,,,.,.,
r
hosen
- stock-
''ii..is. ockholdari shall
" 'majority of the
th
I'nle
tori or the
shall
Slid
a quorum.
the stfK'k-
.'."""'"s shall be held
meeting of
T. "nan ih< beld
Tuesday of February of
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engafe In
business under the fictitious name "f
FI^\MINtio RESTAURANT ANI>
BAR, at MBS B.W. 1th Street, Miami.
Fla.. intends p, register said name
with th.. Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
MARtiARET A MARTIN.
STEPHEN F. KESSLER
Attorney for Appli.aii:
2200 W. FUigler St.
1/25 2/1-8-15
INNIIC_E BY PUBLICATION
ELPVCEm-?AR?UIT COURT OF THE
FLnl^nAH ,kVD,CIAL CIRCUIT OF
"OLDRED .^.irMAMiy,
Plaintiff,
VS.
THEODORE EDWARD MANDT
TO: THEODORE EDWARdIIa'ndy;
H5 Medical Aits I'.uildlng
Baltimore, Maryland
,,?."" I,,n:','.....IE EDWARD MAN
.u.ilns. you, and you are required to
''>"''v "' v"m' Answer or Plead-
id? n.'i'fr l\,Vm "f 2"WW the
PriJUKC" Attorney, QEOROE J. tal-
: i w **'! 1'ln'"l Road. Miami
V ',>> FW' Answer or Pleading In the office of
i V Cle.Pi? -f ,he L'lroult t'"'"-t on or
before the .Ih day of February, 1952.
f,.V. .!. .'" do.s. judgment by de-
fault will be taken against you for
Complaint den""""d '" "e Bill of
Morlda. this .th day of January. A.D.
E H. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court.
,^.i ,. Dade County. Florida,
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. 6. FIEOE.
r.r.^ Deputy Clerk
GEORGE J. TALIANOEF
Attorney for Plaintiff
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
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
CAPTAIN DANS SMOKE HOUSE, at
1.61 S. W. 8th Street. Miami. Fla.. in-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
A. Z. ALPERT
ALLEN DENN
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
MIAMI INDISTRIAL DEVELOP-
MENT AND SERVICE, nt 600 Ingra-
ham Building. Miami. Fla., Intends to
register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
IRVING SOLOMON
Kole Owner
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 MANHATTAN SANDWICH SHOP.
at 200 N. E. 1st Street. Miami. Fla..
intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
HOWARD SCHWARTZ
THEODORE FALK
A. J. KAPLAN
Attorney for Applicants
350 Lincoln Road
1/18-26 2/18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the untlersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of HERB BROS., at 6H01 S. W. 8th
Street. Miami. Ha., intend to register
said name wit hthe Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
HERBERT I. STEIN
HERBERT LA I BOW
A. J. KAPLAN
Attorney for Applicants
3.>0 Lincoln Road
1/18-25 2/1-8
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 146164
MARILYN MEYER, Plaintiff
JOHN A. MEYER, Defendant.
SUIT FOR ANNULMENT
You. JOHN A. MEYER. 1777 Grand
Concourse, Bronx. New York, are
hereby notified that a BUI of Com-
plaint for annulment has been filed
against you. and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
plaintiffs attorney. HAROLD SHA-
PIRO. 927 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach,
Florida, and file the original Answer
or Pleading In the office of the clerk
of the Circuit Court ort or before the
January 30. 1852. If yon fall 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 31st day of December.
E B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida
(Circuit Court Seal) ______._
By WM W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
1/4 11-18-25
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No 27222-A
In Re: ESTATE OF
JACOB M. SEI HEN BERG,
sometimes referred to as
J. M SEIDENBERG or
J. MICHAEL SEIDENBERG.
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Pessons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate.
You. and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you. may have against the
estate of JACOB M. SEIDENBERG.
sometimes referred to as J. M. SEID-
ENBERO or J. MICHAEL SEIDEN-
BERG. deceased late of 3015 North
Boy Road. Miami Beach. Dade Coun-
ty. Florida, to the Hon. County
Judges of Hade County, and file the
same In their office In the County
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida,
within eight calendar months from
the date of the first publication here-
of. Said claims or demands to con-
tain the legal address of the claimant
and to be sworn to and presented as
aforesaid, or same will be barred.
See Section 120 of the 1933 ITobate
Act.
Date January 8th, A.D. 1952.
BERTHA KAUFMAN
ISAAC JOFFE
As Executors of the Last Will
and Testament of JACOB. M.
SEIDENBERG. sometimes re-
ferred to as J. M. SEIDEN-
BERO or J. MICHAEL SEID-
ENBERG, Deceased.
ISAAC JOFFE
Attorney for Executors
1010 Klacavne Building
Miami 32, Florida
1/1118-25 2/1
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 146510
[SAAK PIALKOW, Plaintiff
vs.
tina PIALKOW, Defendant
TO I TINA FIALKOW
ll- Burroughs street
Bridgeport, Connecticut
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai a BUI ..r complaint for Divorce
has bean filed against you in the
above entitled .au-.- ami you are
hereby required ... serve i copy of
your Answer to the itill of Comi.lai.it
on Plaintiffs attorneys, and rile the
original in the office .,f the clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the
lath day of February. 1H52. otherwise
a I i.i re.- Pro Confesso will be entered
against you.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 15th
day of January. 1952.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court
By: WM. W. STOCKING,
_ Deputy Clerk
PALLOT, SILVER & MCLLOY
Attorneys for Plaintiff
sol Ingraham Building
Miami. Florida
1/18-25 2/1-8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
REEDS GIFT SHOP, at 1442 Collins
Avenu". Miami Beach, Fla., intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
ANNA PETRA9
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
CERTIFIED HOMES, at 418 Valencia
Avenue. Coral Gables. Fla.. Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
HAROLD COHEN
CHERTKOF & KALISH
Attorneys for Applicant
Olympla Bldg.
1/4-11-18-25
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.
ISADORE SOLKOFF. Defendant.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO: ISADORE SOLKOFF
355 EAST *< BTREET
NEW YuRK CITY, NEW YORK
YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to
serve a copy of your Answer to the
Bill of Complaint for divorce, filed
herein on the plaintiff's attorney, Ilur-
nett Roth. Esq., 412 Congress Build-
ing, Miami, Florida, and to file the
original In the office o( the clerk of
the above Circuit Court, on or before
February 1. 1962. or a default will be
entered against you.
Dated this 3rd day of January. 1952.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
BCRNETT ROTH. ESQ.
Attorney for Plaintiff
412 Congress Building"
Miami. Florida
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
EASTERN MORTGAGE & LOAN, at
Dade. County. Honda, intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
NATHAN SIEC.KL
MELVIN FI8HBR
MARX M. FAllli:
Attorney for Applicants
412 Congress Building
Miami. Florida
1/4-U-1825
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
JENNINGS NURSING CENTER, at
5642 N. E. 2nd Avenue, Miami. Flor-
ida, intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
RUSSELL M. JENNINGS
MARGARET A. JENNINGS
KANFORD M. SWERDLIN
Attorney for Jennings
Nursing Center
541 Seybold Bldg.
Miami. Fla.
1/11-18-25 2/1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 146454
LEON BECK. Plaintiff.
vs.
MINA BECK. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: Mlna Beck
Residence unknown
You. MINA BECK, are hereby noti-
fied that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you.
and you are required to serve a copy
of your answer or pleading to the
Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs
attorneys. Myers. Heiman & Kaplan,
6S0 Seybold Building, Miami. Florida,
and file the original answer or plead-
ing In the Office of the Clerk of the
Clreult Court on or before the 15th
day of February. 1952. If you fall to
do so, judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de--
manded in the BU lof Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida this 14th day of January,
1952.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By M. Ol FE1GE.
Deputy Clerk
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Plaintiff
1/18-25 2/1-8
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
.be undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under tke fictitious nHme of
ESS-KAY I.ITHn \- LETTER SERV-
ICE, at 150 N. E. 3rd Street. Mil
Fla.. Intend to register staid
with the clerk of the Circuit Court of
ii.nl..- County, Florida
11.\m ii.n .;!: >. sH.M'iuo
JOSEPH KAUFMAN
1/11-18-25 2/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the iiniieisUrnsd. desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious nan... of
NEVA-BURN I I, A M BPROOFI NO
SERVICE CO., at Dade County. Fl -
Ida. intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
DANIEL HERKBERG
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 CLASS COMPANY, at
1329 20th Street. Miami Beach. Flor-
ida, intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
ANDREW MANDEL
MORTON WEISS
GERSHON S. MILLER. Esq.
Attorney for
Twin City Glass Company
420 Lincoln Rd.
Miami Beach, Fla.
By: Paul A. Gross. Esq.
1/1S-25 2/1-8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice is hereby given that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
S A S M. R. O. SCPER MARKET,
at 4703 S. W. 8th Street. Miami. Flor-
ida, intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
MAIRICE SWICHKOW
LOUIS M. SWISKO
ELRY STONE
Attorney for Maurice Swlchkow
and Louis M, Swisko
1/11-18-25 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 I have
fil.-il my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Ex-cmor of 'he
estate of JOSEPHINE FERDA. de
ceas.-.i. and that on the lltfc
February, 1952, will apply to the
Honorable W. F. P.LANToN. !. ..'
the County Judges .,r Dade county.
I-loiiiia. for approval of said final re-
port and for final discharge as Ex-
tor of the Estate of JOSEPHINE
FERDA, deceased.
This 11th day of January, 1952.
MAURICE FERDA
max 11. SILVER
Attorney for Executor
1/18-25 2'1-S
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
BOY'S' INSTRUCTIONAL TOURS, at
435 N. W. 45th Avenue. Miami. Fla..
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
LEONARD WOLLMAN
1/18-25 2/1-8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
QROVE FURNITURE CO.. at 3280
Douglas Road, Miami. Florida, intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florlda- SIDNEY SIEGEL
PALl/iT. SILVER & MULLOY
Attorneys for Sidney Slegal
By: William L. Pallot
804 Ingraham Building
Miami. Florida
1/18-25 2/1-8
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 750-762 Lenox
Avenue, Miami Beach, Florlda. Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
IRVING RUBIN and
DORA RUBIN,
As Tenants by the Entireties.
an undivided % interest.
MARTIN L. RUBIN.
an undivided V Interest.
SHIRLEY F. GOLDBERG.
an undivided % Interest.
1/11-1S-25 2/1 ________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business un.....' the fictitious name of
PICTURE TUBE SERVICE, at Dade
County. Florida. Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
lda' MARION HOFFMAN.
Bole owner
PALI.OT. SILVER .MILLOY
Attorneys for Marion Hoffman
S04 Ingraham Building
Miami, Fla.
1/11-18-35 2/1
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 23598
RE: ESTATE OP
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 tor
Final Discharge as administrator of
the estate of EVA MINSKOFF de-
ceased: and that on the 13th day of
February'. U52, 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, 1952.
SAUL MINSKOFF
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
650 Seybold Building
Miami. Florlda
A.tornevs for Administrator
1/18-25 2/1-8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MIRROR SCREEN PROCESS, at 5161
S.W. 8th Street, Miami. Fla.. Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida. __
IRVING A. SPIEGEL
LEON J. KULLER
1/11-18-25 2/1
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Dr. Unterman Speaks
At Jewish Forum
Dr. Isaac Unterman will lec-
ture tomorrow evening, 8:30 p.m..
;it the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration Offices, 420 Lincoln Road.
Dr. Untennan's topic will be. The
Dr. Isaac Unterma
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the local
branch E the Yiddia
[nstitul
Dr. Untei m in writl
works in English, He
V: Idish .:- Iving studies
gj ius, social and eth:
.. iphy.
In his lecture Satui
nir.g, the eminent scholar will
.seek to establish syntr sis
tradition and history, pointing
<'Ut the extensive I ,:
versal significance and cultural
value of the Talmud
Third In Film Series
Shown At Beth Sholom
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Film Forums generally entitled
Growing Up Emotionally: Frur
Childhood To Maturity, was
shown in the Bar.quet Hall of
Temple Beth Sholom [asl Wed-
nesday evening.
Under the auspices of the Men-
tal Health Society of Soutl
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was docun
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