The Jewish Floridian

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

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

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
LUME 25Number 44
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 31. 1952
PRICE: TEN CENTS
tevenson., Eisenhower Wind Up Campaigns
mocratic, Republican Nominees Vow
I am at the absurdities in the press
| of the last few days."
Dport Of Israel On Election Eve 5"tf ""* ? SSLi'Tfi
r" l Jewish nor anti-Catholic but had
Greater Miami's residents will stream to the polls on Tuesday,; only asked why he had given his
ember 4th, and vote for their favored candidates to the offices j endorsement to Republican sena-
resident and Vice President of the United States. Pre-election 1 tors who voted for the McCarran
plings of opinion by political experts throughout the nation pre- Immigration Bill and who later
an unusually heavy turnout by qualified persons. | voted to override his veto of the
The two major candidates for Presidency early this week made ; bill.
bids for support from the |
rican-Jewi.ll community as der to create the impression that
.. controversy continued ov- had accused the General of
, : sue of bigotry and intol- bf "8 afti-Jewilh and anti-Cath-
one. I said no such thing and
indeed, meant no such thing,"
said the President, "and any fair
Ice unleashed when President
fry S. Truman denounced
leial Dwight D. Eisenhower
ailing to repudiate advocates
liscrimination such as Chap-
Revercomb, of West Vir-
, and others,
the new bids for such support
le in the form of declarations
flsrael. with both Eisenhower
Adlai Stevenson, the Dem-
atic nominee! promising con-
lied and intensified support of
I Jewish state. The statements
made public as leading per-
llities in the campaign con-
ui a bitter exchange and as
eral newspaper chains rallied
kupport of the McCarran Im-
ration Act which President
Jman had so roundly denounc-
Eisnrhotoert Defense *
meral F.isenhower, replying
srges liiat he had allied him-
to anti-Semitic and anti-
kholic forces, told audiences
|t 1 leave the answers to those
my good friends Cardinal
llman, Rabbi Abba Hillel Sil-
and Bernard Baruch. Al-
\Ay they have established these
ies for the falsehood that they
resident Truman charged that
Republicans were "deliber-
y distorting" his remarks a-
lut General Eisenhower in or-
Senator Wayne Morse, Repub-
lican of Oregon, who came out for
the Democratic national ticket,
sent a telegram''to Mr. Baruch,
expressing disappointment at his
"pro-Eisenhower" statement. "I
as well as other intolerant groups the continued help of our Gov-
person who read what in fact I do not see how you can ignore
did say must be as shocked as I the fact that anti-Semitic forces
who stand for discrimination a-
gainst minorities are entrenched
in the reactionary wing of the
Republican party and are giving
their vigorous support to Eisen-
hower," the Senator said.
Calls For Aid
In a message received by Louis
Lipsky, chairman of the Ameri-
can Zionist Council, Governor
Adlai Stevenson expressed pride
that President Truman had made
this the first country to recog-
nize Israel and reviewed aid to
Israel extended by the Govern-
ment and people of the United
States. He declared:
"Israel both needs and deserves
Experts on Manning Panel at UIA National Parley
Oscar Cm Charles Abrarm tools b. Dr. WWhm Haber Or. Charles E. Kellogg
to I ....I tmMUf Hit lmil mil* IS. 0..I. rf MllllW tm A-tfict. Ml MwrtiM S.Otol. MM
NEW YORK For the first! emment plans in four major areas ference, declared that the 240.000
time since the establishment of j of activity have been forwarded recent immigrants in the work
the State of Israel, top-ranking here and are now being prepared villages throughout Israel "will
American government and UN | for discussion by the experts. The be the focal center of the Con-
experts will publicly analyze and fields to be covered are: 1. hous- ference's deliberations. He
evaluate the infant democracy's I ing for recent immigrants: 2. a I warned that "the hunger, poverty
major plans for resettlement and I Negev Development Authority: and sub-standard living winch is
productivity at a special planning 3. an extensive agricultural pro- i currently plaguing Israel are as
session of the National Confer- gram; and 4. vocational guidance j dangerous and contagious as any
and training for the newcomers. ] virus epidemic' and called the
Rudolf G. Sonneborn, national j situation "an imminent threat to
chairman of the United Israel Ap- Uhe whole sonal and economic
peal, which is convening the con- fabric of the nation."____________
ence for Israel on Sunday, No-
vember 9th, at the Commodore
Hotel, New York City.
Jewish Agency and Israel gov-
deration Spurs Pledge Payments For Cash Crisis
-
More than $100,000 has been
raised by the streamlined Feder-
ation Collections Committee,
headed by Sam A. Goldstein, in
response to the urgent request
for cash by the United Jewishi
Appeal.
Federation President Carl
ernment and our people. Even
as an infant nation drawing the
first breath of independence, she
welcomed into her midst with
open arms and a warm heart all
her people seeking jefuge from
tribulation. In four and a half
years her population has more
than doubled, imposing a burden
which few nations in history have
had to bear. America would do
well to model her own immigra-
tion policies after the generosity
of the nation of Israel, and we
must work toward the end.
"The economy of Israel has
been severely strained. Great
sacrifice and stringent discipline
have been demanded of her peo-
ple. Yet they have carried the
load willingly. They are living
testimony to the strength of de-
mocracy.
"The platform of the Demo-
cratic Party affirms this. It
pledges both 'continued assistance
to Israel so that she may fulfill
her humanitarian mission of pro-
viding shelter and sanctuary for
her homeless Jewish refugees,
while strengthening her econom-
ic development."
"Just as the goal of our own
foreign policy is to bring lasting
peace to the world, our goal in
the Middle East is to bring about
"a settled peace through the
friendly solution of all its prob-
lems. Our platform is founded on
a record of action. We will again
translate its work into action in
the years ahead."
Eisenhower Voices Vieu-s
General Eisenhower's state-
ment was made in an exchange
of letters with Rabbi Abba Hillel
Silver. The Republican candi-
date, after having described his
leadership of the forces which
crushed Hitlerism as "one of the
enduring satisfactions of my life,"
he declared:
"Along with all men of good
will, I salute the young state and
wish it well. I know what great
things it has accomplished. I ad-
mire the hardihood of its pion-
eers and the vision and quality
of the work of resettlement and
reclamation which they are so
energetically prosecuting. I also
know something of their beset-
ting difficulties and of the prob-
Dr. Schwartz Off
On Fart-Finding
Tour Of Knrope
NEW YORK Dr. Joseph J.
Schwartz, Executive vice chair-
man of the United Jewish Ap-
peal, departed late last week for
a three-week fact-finding visit !es-_b_t_h_F_0.1iVC?J-- E2__l!5
with leaders of the Israel Gov-
ernment .and the Jewish Agency
and with the European, North
Weinkle announced early this:African and Middle Eastern di-
week that Goldstein's committee | rectors of the Joint Distribution
has been meeting regularly and Committee.
Dr. Schwartz s overseas mission
is preparatory to the National
Conference which will set the
UJA's financial objective for
1953.
uv. Schwartz was accompanied
sam A. Goldstein, chairman of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation's Collections Commitlee (center) presents $100,000
|n behalf-of Ihe Greater Miami Jewish Federation at the Na-
ponal Leadership Conference of the nation-wide United Jewish
Appeal, held October 18th and 19th. in Washington, D.C.
Looking on are: Jack Weiler, left, chairman of the UJA's na-
tional cash campaign; George Jessel; and Edward M. M.
P^arburg, general chairman of the United Jewish Appeal.
F"Iore than $18,000,000 in checks were presented at the Con-
ference to give the United Jewish Appeal better than 50"o of
[the $35,000,000 it is seeking in the last three months of 1952.
The delegation to the Conference was headed by Harry Sirkin.
>f Miami Beach.
is receiving assignments for
pledge collections.
Spurred forward by the urgent
request of the UJA National Cash
Campaign and the dire food and
housing emergency in Israel, the
committee exceeded the $100,000
goal set by Chairman Goldstein
and is continuing its efforts to
clean up all outstanding 1952
pledges within the next ten days.
In the forefront of the collec-
tions group which* has functioned
effectively for the past two
months are:
Jack A'clin. Herman Binder,
Leo Chaikm, Irving Cypen, Jo-
seph Dallett, Joseph Duntov. Jo-
seph Mechlow, Jack Muravchick.
Joe Postol, Irving Schatzman.
Max Sheinman, Al Sherman and
Meyer Teigman. ,
which confront them. Foremost
among these is that of establish-
ing peace with the Arab world.
Such a peace would be a boon
both to Israel and to the Arab
states.
"Such peace in the Middle East
is essential to the free world.-
Every encouragement should be
given to facilitate direct negoti-
ations between the State of Is-
rael and its Arab neighbors whose
to Europe by Samuel Goldsmith, independence, freedom and pros-
executive director of the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal of Chicago,
and will be joined overseas by
Isidore Sobeloff, executive di-
rector of the Allied Jewish Ap-
peal of Detroit, heads of two of
the largest local campaign or-
ganizations which raise funds on.
behalf of the nationwide UJA.
Adenauer Rejects Demands
BERLIN (JTA) West Ger-
man Chancellor Konrad Aden-
auer late last week rejected de-
mands to turn over Israel-Ger-
man pact to the United Nations Physiology.
perity are equally the hope and
wish of the American people."
Jewish Scientist Winner
Of Nobel Prize
STOCKHOLM (WNS) Dr.
Selman Abraham Waksman,
world-famous Jewish scientist
whose work in the discovery of
streptomycin has been hailed by
scientists as a major contribu-
tion to humanity throughout the
ages, has been awarded this year's
Nobel Prize lor MedLine and
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HIDAY. OCTOBER 31. 1952
17/ Say...
As the 1940 decade opened, Miami Beach offered
lore fertile soil for Zionism than Miami itself. The
Ijft ,,( population from older centers caused a growth,
nazinfi in rapidity even for the American scene.
fcjthin a generation, stray newcomers, dependent upon
L city across Biscayne Bay for all religious and com-
lunal needs, blossomed into a vibrant community that
[on became notable for its wealth, its philanthropy,
i many sided activities. Among the arrivals were
feteran Zionists, accustomed to the demands and disci-
fine of the movement. Unfortunately, the initiative
seized by opportunists more interested in serving
lenitives than the cause of Zion.
\lAMl BEACH DISTRICT
The self servers approached the Miami District and
Ifered to collect the dues from Beach residents. With
L list in hand, they separated the names of all mem-
brs residing on Miami Beach and formed a new dis-
Kct. never revealing their intentions to the unsus-
fccting officers of the older district. This piece of
kicancry, aided and abetted by the Atlanta head-
Larters of the Southern Z.O.A. affected some Miami
jonists unfavorably. The chairman of the district,
Luis Heiman, felt incensed, lost interest, and trans-
ited his energies to the B'nai B'rith and the Bureau
1 Jewish Education.
fS TACTICS
Under such leadership the moral tone of Zionism
buld never rise. Some newcomers, retired from active
loney grubbing, found time heavy on their hands, af-
golfing by day and dancing the Rumba by night,
fciucly they served the cause of Zion by the indis-
Tjminate piling up of a dues-paying, nondescript mem-
krship. With fatuous assurance, they would button-
ile any one for a ten dollar bill. During a period of
losperity, it was not difficult to extract small change
: a worthy cause. The victim, glad to be let off so
heaply, never bothered to inquire why he never re-
lived a notice to attend meetings. The business of the
leach District was conducted year in year out by a
Vf perpetuating board. The paid membership remain-
Id blissfully ignorant of Zionist ideology.
r.S INFLUENCE
Speakers of national stature began to address audi-
oes largely filled with elderly female tourists. The

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Zionism In The Miami Area During The 1940s
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
fame of Miami Beach Zionism spread. National leaders
came down ostensibly to get a winter sun tan. Actual-
ly they sought endorsement of the Beach District for
their ambitions to head the Z.O.A. Before conventions,
it was easy to win over several active officials who
spoke for 1300 indifferent dues payers. As World War
II was drawing to a close, dissension arose among top
Zionist leaders as to F.D.R.'s ambidextrous policy to-
wards Palestine. The late Stephen S. Wise and Abba
Hillel Silver voiced their opposite partisanships before
Beach audiences. Dr. Silver actually conducted a hand
shaking campaign for the Z.O.A. presidency at the home
of Abraham Goodman, then a resident of Miami Beach
and treasurer of the National Organization.
EMERGENCY ZIONIST COMMITTEE
Yet the intellectual leadership remained if) the older
city, in spite of the quiescence of its district. Jewish
affairs in Europe and Palestine were approaching a
climax. The newly formed American Zionist Emerg-
ency Committee with Abba Hillel Silver as chairman
began pursuing the most energetic and aggressive pol-
icy in all Zionist history. Its secretary wrote letters
imploring the Beach District to form a local branch.
The supreme moment was coming; the time for action
was now or never. Evidently he did not know of an-
other District in Miami. The Beach leadership ignored
the urgent appeals, nor would they disclose their let-
ters to the City Zionists. Louis Lipsky came down to
deliver a speech. He called for a meeting of all active
Zionists in both cities. The assembled group elected
Hafry Simonhoff chairman. In the course of two years,
he attended four meetings of the Emergency Commit-
tee in Washington, D.C. Here the delegates were har-
angued by Emanuel Newman and Dr. Silver and vir-
tually sicked on the Senators and Congressmen. The
Miami representative pleaded the Jewish claim to Pal-
estine before each member of the Florida delegation.
%\l were friendly and sympathetic, except the late
Senator Charles O. Andrews, a banker of Orlando. His
secretary, Col. John Jones, thought the D.P.'s in Ger-
man concentration camps were no worse off than slum
dwellers in American cities. Simonhoff also conferred
with some Southern Congressmen, whom he knew when
active in the politics of South Carolina. He received a
most cordial reception from Senator Burnett E. May-
bank, a former classmate in the College of Charleston.
ITS ACTIVITIES
The Emergency Committee of Greater Miami met
often to discuss ways and means of awakening Christian
sentiment for the Jewish Homeland. Speeches were
delivered before church groups, fraternal and civic
bodies. Pamphlets and brochures were distributed.
Books on Zionism were presented to the public librar-
ies. The cooperation of the National Conference of
Christians and Jews was enlisted until the arrival of
its new director. Dr. Andrew W. Gottschal. The Chris-
tian clergyman of Baltimore knew Rabbi Morris Laz-
eron, spokesman for the American Council for Judaism,
and turned thumbs down on all further assistance to
Zionism. In the spring of 1948, while Jews were fight-
ing their unequal war in Palestine, Dr. Gottschal Was
instrumental in getting his organization to honor the
local president of the anti-Zionist Co.uncil of Judaism
as the outstanding Jew in Greater Miami. All in all.
the Protestant and Catholic Clergy showed sympathy
for a Jewish Homeland. The notable exception was Dr.
Everett E. Smith of the First Congregational Church.
Pro-Arab and anti-Semite, he lost no opportunity to
malign Jews in general and the Zionist cause in par-
ticular.
The first act of the Emergency Committee was a
giant mass meeting in Miami's Bayfront Park. An audi-
ence of about 8,000 Christians and Jews listened to the
ministers of three faiths. Rev. Edward W. Ullrich spoke
for Protestants, while the Jesuit Father Francis D.
O'Sullivan represented Catholics. The feature was Rab-
bi Stephen S. Wise, who though no longer at his elo-
quent best, yet moved the audience with his impas-
sioned plea for a Jewish Palestine. A continuous bar-
rage of letters and telegrams kept alerting the Presi-
dent, the Secretary of State, the Senators and Con-
gressmen. Nor was the Governor arid State officials
altogether neglected. The Florida General Assembly
was sufficiently briefed as to Zionist demands to pass
its Memorial on April 27, 1943, approving a Jewish
Homeland in Palestine. Credit for this Resolution goes'
to Colonel I. M. Lieberman of Jacksonville, a supporter
and friend of Governor Spessard Holland.
(More next week)
IMJCC Campaign Workers Hear Weinkle
'raise Center As Fundamental Influence
(Workers in the Greater Miami
wish Community Center Mem-
trship Campaign heard Carl
junkie, president of the Greater
Iiami Jewish Federation, say
fst Sunday at the GMJCC Kick-
Breakfast that, "The Jewish
(immunity is eager for the kind
services which we can render,
trvices for children from pre-
chool age through the adult
roupings."
Indicating that "we have a
Wonderful product to sell con-
ductive leisure time activity,"
Vnnkle told the gathering that
ne area had "literally grown up
Inner the influence of the GM
|CC program."
The workers, who had con-
vened to receive final instruc-
ons before moving out to comb
ne community for new member-
hip prospects, also heard Stan-
ey C. Myers, president, state
nat GMJCC aims were geared
or all residents of the area re-
|ardless of religious or social af-
iliation.
Some 50 new-members, or ten
"cent of the 500 goal, were
pgned up by workers before the
ampaign was officially begun,
"cording to an announcement
Frl>' this week by Leo Sheiner,
piairman of the drive.
Augmenting the Breakfast pro-
ram were Professor Sam Hirsch,
lunior Hadassah To
lear Mrs. Shawmut
The Miami Unit of Junior Ha-
fassah announces its plans for a
lembership Tea at the Sea Gull
li'tel on Sunday, November 9th,
1:30 p.m.
Guest Speaker for the occas-
>n will be Mrs. Joseph Shawmut,
P>ce president and membership
foordinator for the Greater Mi-
{mi Chapter of Hadassah, who
t just returned from a six-
nth trip to Israel.
Mrs. Roslyn Soltz, president of
M Southeastern Region of Junior
hadassah, will also be present.
M fF the tea were arran8"
by Jo Ann Shier, membership
fhairrnan; Elain Schwartzman,
president; and Patricia and De-
ores Pearl, corresponding sect-
aries.
of the University of Miami Drama
Department who read a playlet,
Place In The Sun, by Sylvia
Berger, and a Women's Division
under the chairmanship of Mrs.
Meyer Forer. Assisting her were
the Mesdames Sam Seitlin, Her-
man Goldstein. Philip Coe and
Shirley Barnett.
Following the Breakfast, the
Greater Miami Jewish Commun-
ity Center opened its doors at
its various Branches to residents
of the area, inviting them to par-
ticipate in GMJCC's numerous
activities and programs.
The Open House feature, sched-
uled to run for some two weeks,
has already presented demon-
strations in the Women's Gym-
nasium on Tuesday evening at
the Town Branch and a Volley
Ball contest between the YMCA
and Town Branch on Wednesday
evening.
Subsequent activities schedul-
ed include a Folk Dance Group
tomorrow evening at the Beach
Branch, a Golden Age meeting
at the Beach Branch on Sunday
afternoon, a weight-lifting dem-
onstration on November 5th, at
the Beach Branch and an address
by Rabbi Joseph Narot on No-
vember 11th at the Town Nur-
sery School.
Membership Campaign Cap-
tains include the following:
tarry Carver, Mrs. Mycr Forer, Ja<-k
Lampert, Hurton Sherman, Seymour
Uellier. lira, t'arl Weinkle, Mis. Wm.
Zuckerman, Ix-on Epstein. Milton
Fried man. I^oninil Muff, Isidore
Simkowitz, Paul Soliel. Stanley ('.
Mvers. Mrs. Milton Slrkln. lien Kaaen.
I.eo lluttcrmnn, Sam Seitlin. Mrs A.
(ilasner, Hyman Kam and Shirley
Barnett.
Beach Women Give
Musicale-Luncheon
Miami Beach Chapter, B'nai
B'rith Women, will join in the
nation-wide Membership Cam-
paign with a Musicale And Des-
ert Lunch at the home of Mrs.
Theodore F. Arvan, 3425 Chase
Avenue, today, October 31st, 1
p.m.
Mrs. Ben Lebow, president, and
Mrs. David Alper, membership
chairman, are in charge of the
affair. Mrs. Herman Stern is in
charge of information.
eFH"V Post Bias Member Tea
Norman Bruce Brown Ladies
Auxiliary No. 174, Jewish War
Veterans, is holding a Member-
ship Tea on Sunday, November
2nd, 2 p.m., at the Hotel McAl-
lister.
Special feature of the afternoon
will be a Fashion Show by Ser-
bins of Miami. Several of the
models will be from among the
Auxiliary membership.
Mrs. Edward Levine, chairman.
is being assisted by a committee
made up of the Mesdames Ken-
neth Braidman. William Acker-
man, Obbie Rosenthal, Herrrran
Goldstein, Jules Weiss, Eva Taub.
Louis Phillips, Nat Brown, Jack
Silver, Betty Alpert Philip Levi
and Harry White.
Eligible for membership are
mothers, wives, widows, sisters,
daughters, step-mothers, foster-
mothers grandmothers or grand-
daughters of Jewish war veterans.
Miss Fannie Hurst
Fannie Hurst In
Yeshiva Medical
School Campaign
Fannie Hurst, prominent Amer-
ican novelist, will serve as a na-
tional vice chairman of the $25,-
000,000 Medical College Cam-
paign sponsored by Yeshiva Uni-
versity, it was announced Wed-
nesday by State Attorney Gen-
eral Nathaniel L. Goldstein, na-
tional chairman.
Miss Hurst will also be hon-
orary chairman of the opening
function of the Women's Divis-
ion Campaign a luncheon hon-
oring Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt
to be held November 25th, at the
Waldorf-Astoria.
The non-sectarian Medical Col-
lege sponsored by Yeshiva Uni-
versity will be built in the Bronx
as the initial unit of a $25,000,000
Medical Center comprising Col-
leges of Dentistry, Nursing, Pub-
lic Health and Post-Graduate Di-
visions. It will be adjacent to
and affiliated with New York
City's $37,500,000 Bronx Munici-
pal Hospital Center.
It will be a non-sectarian in-
stitution, with both students and
faculty chosen without regard to
race or religion.
Miss Hurst is the author of such
popular American classics as
Back Street, Lummox and Hum-
oresque.
Now JOIN The
$53 for 53 Club
For Peace and Prosperity in '53
TO ELECT
STEVENSON
AND
SPARKMAN
Reservations Now Being Taken
$53 for *.#:; Dinner
.Sans SoiM-i Hotel, Miami Beach
Saturday, November I, at ::MI p.m.
Principal Speaker
Senator Estes Kef auver
Outstanding Celebrities
A mammoth rally and dinner to raise funds for
the final closing days of the great Stevenson
drive. Make up a table for your group today.
Contribution Form available from Committee
Members or at SHOREMEDE HOTEL HEAD-
QUARTERS. HAROLD TURK. GENERAL CHAIR-
MAN.
Sponsored by the Democratic National Commit-
tee and Florida Democratic Campaign Com-
mittee.
PHONE 58-4*751 or 5$-7204


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*-JmiitnericHar
FRIDAY,
OCTOBER
EDITORIAL
My Vote
Voters of our nation will flock to the polls on
Tuesday and cast their ballots, thus electinq the
next President and Vice President of the United
States.
In what seems a simple process, they will be
exercising their most sacred duty as American
citizens.
During the past twenty-five years of its pub-
lication. The Jewish Floridian has rarely endorsed
specific candidates for political office. Rather, its
policy has been to encourage voters to practice
what it deems the cornerstone of the democratic
way of life. Without the right of franchise, there
can be no true Government of the People.
The Jewish Floridian, largely heretofore, ex-
pressed its feelings about duty and right in this
regard, emphasizing the fact that the one is a
functional phase of the other, that, indeed, right
often gives way to prohibition when right is not
ardently cherished and practiced as a duty.
At this election, however, as publisher of The
Jewish Floridian, I wish to state that I shall cast
my ballot for Governor Adlai Stevenson on Tues-
day. Inevitably, Governor Stevenson will extend
the social gains won by his party for the people
cf the United States. Since 1932, a series of legal
reforms has accrued to the American citizen
which, in every field of endeavor, has raised his
standard of living. In addition, general reforms
have rolled up a breath-taking record, while the
lesponsibility mankind at large has come to bear
for individual men also set a pattern fox future
gains.
And out of the ashes of a war fought to des-
troy the beastly challengers of personal diginty
hcs grown the One World policy that replaces
an earlier and impossible isolationist ideology.
The Democratic administration of the past twenty
years, beginning with its Good Neighbor Policy
of the early 1930's, has taught us that American
stability and security can, indeed, no longer be
recorded as healthy factors when surrounded by
poverty and dissatisfaction existing in other na-
tions.
As a student of government and politics. Gov-
ernor Stevenson has demonstrated his own ex-
cellent capabilities. He is intellectually, morally
and professionally equipped to deal with the
duties of the exalted office he seeks. He will bring
tc our nation the dignified and understanding
leadership we seek.
My vote goes to Governor Stevenson on Tues-
tUfWKU **1 -----
day. But no matter what other attitudes may pre-
vail, I urge that our community stand unified on
this principle: No qualified voter shall fail to cast
his ballot November 4th.
Fred K. Shochet, Publisher,
The Jewish Floridian
IK ii.ii It riili <,< Campaign
The B'nai B'rith^Order is now 109 years old.
Since its formation by \1 men then spurred by
a vision, the organization has accomplished much
to bear out the significance of its name.
Since that time, the Sons of the Covenant have
swelled their ranks to some 350.000 members.
They have entered into the touchy matter of pro-
tecting Jewish rights throughout the world with
the formation of the Anti-Defamation League and
subsequently extended the League's activities to
involve safeguarding human rights generally.
B'nai B'rith has reached into the intellectual
spheres of Jewish existence with (K. _^
of HUM Foundations on hundred ?J2*
puses, including those in Israel If, T^9
understanding of religious values onH"
general adjustment toward higher j ^
' Their worry has also been an ?****
tion on the part of American-Jew^31^
the spiritual traditions of Judaism TJ^
leaders have formed countless youth m
tions whose end is to build character.0?0
sensibUity. an0
Such are the accomplishments ol m
B'rith Order. Currently. U is engaL >J'
bership GO (Greater Order) Car^f^
fare well for those unacquainted with B'n -7
activities to enter into its ranks now anH ,
ticipate in the organization's uplifting vv0'
Community CfeHtor l.P0Ws
A Jewish community such as is Great* i
ami's finds it advantageous beyond question ta
submit its diversUied leisure-time activities J
grams to a unified command of operations
This is true because such unity can ah J
employing existing facilities with maximum i
fectiveness. Perhaps this consideration,
than any other, motivated the unification
of all Jewish centers last year into the Grwfcl
Miami Jewish Community Center.
Since its formation at that time, GMlCCkl
moved forward to present to the area's :esdJ
a varied program of activities in the intelleetgj
cultural, athletic and educational fields of lewttl
communal existence.
The Greater Miami Jewish Communitv Ctttl
has now launched forth on a campaign to mil
the ranks of its membership to reach out nil
the stUl untapped areas here and to invite b|
participation of the uninitiated in its varied (
tivities program. As part of the cunent 1
bership Campaign, GMJCC has opened in j
to residents who may freely attend sche<_
functions during the next few weeks in order|
ascertain for themselves the value ol a pbnasl
leisure-time calendar.
We trust that our city's residents will take til
vantage of the Greater Miami Jewish Comes-1
ity Center's well-rounded proqram and joins!
ranks to insure added support and strength a(|
its effective expansion.
North Shore Men To Zamr *******
Hold Lecture Series
The Men's Club of the North
Shore Jewish Center is sponsor-
ing a series of weekly, adult lec-
tures at the Center building. 620
75th Street, Miami Beach, com-
mencing Wednesday, November
12th. according to Dr. Sumner
H. Cohen, president.
Lectures will be divided into
three groupings. The first series.
The Jewish Religion, will have
.if lecturers Rabbis Mayer Ab-
ramowitz. Moses Mescheloff. Max
Shapiro and Joseph Narot. each
speaking on successive weeks and
covering the growth and devel-
opment of Judaism and its three
denominations. Orthodox, Con-
servative and Reformed.
The second series, which com-
mences December 10th. is entit-
led The Jewish Community, and
will have as lecturers Mrs. Sey-
mour B. Liebman, principal, Cen-
tral Beach Elementary School;
Morris Klass, executive secre-
tary. Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration; Rabbi Abramowitz, spir-
itual leader of the North Shore
Jewish Center; and Seymour B.
Liebman, cultural chairman of
the Men's Club and secretary of
the Greater Miami Bureau of
Jewish Education.
In this series, there will be dis-
cussed: The Jewish Family Un-
der The Impact Of Christian Cul-
ture. Jewish Organizations And
Philanthropy, The Synagogue
Center And Community Center,
and Jewish Lay Leadership.
The last series, entitled The
Jewish Heritage, will have as lec-
turers Dr. David Andron, presi-
dent, Hebrew Academy; Louis
Schwartzman, executive secre-
tary. Bureau .of Jewish Educa-
tion, and Seymour B. Liebman.
Plan Joint Meet
The Sisterhood of the Zamora
Jewish Center will hold a Board
meeting on November 6th, 8 p.m.,
at the Center.
On November 12th. at 8 p.m.,
the Sisterhood will hold a short
business meeting and then con-
vene jointly with the Center
Men's Club in a program under
the direction of Mrs. Bernard
Chesman.
Dr. Arthur D. Matthews, De-
partment of English at the Uni-
versity of Miami, will review-
John Hersey's novel. The Wall.
Also scheduled by the Sister-
hood is a Member-Bring-A-
Member Luncheon for Wednes-
day, November 5th, 12 p.m.. un-
der the chairmanship of Mrs.
Harry Friedson. The Committee
in charge includes the Mesdames
Sidney Marder. William Locke.
Ruth Feldman, Joseph Karlan,
Isidore Plasky and Sam Tannen-
baum.
The program will be under the
direction of Mrs. Bernard Ches-
man and Mrs. Barney Flaum. A
skit entitled. Minstrel Serenade,
is scheduled for that time, with
costuming by Mrs. Joseph Feld-
man. The cast includes the Mes-
dames Jack Toppell. Mitchell
Grebin. Belle Smith, Leo Hum-
mel!, Edward Dreitzer. Morris
Moskowitz and Joseph Ostrie.
Personalities Urge
Pledge Payments
Radio listeners in the Greater
Miami area will hear one-minute
spot announcements by George
Jessel, Quentin Reynolds and
Harry Hershfield speaking in be-
half of the United Jewish Appeal
and urging immediate cash pay-
ments to meet emergency relief
requirements in Israel.
The appeals will be aired over
stations WKAT. WINZ. KGBS
and WIOD, according to Carl
Wemkle. president of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation.
Fred Brown Heads
Temple Israel Youth
Fred Brown, of the Confirma-
tion Class of 1951, was unani-
mously elected president of the
Temple Israel Youth Group at' a
meeting in Kaplan Hall Sunday
evening.
The following will serve with
him for the year 1952-53: Sybil
Barnett, vice president; Doris
Goldberg,, secretsfrj-; -and- Vicky
Cohen, treasurer.'
Beth Sholom Sisters
List Bazaar Hostesses
Mrs. Max Applebaum. chair-
man of the Bazaar Committee.
Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood
announces the following hostesses
; for the regular Wednesday after-
noon Bazaar Shower, November
5th, 1 p.m.
The Mesdames Maurie B
Shein. Irving Bachrach, Bertram
Waller. Norman Babel and Min-
nie Polakow.
Dessert brunch will be served
and admission charge is any ar-
ticle of children's wear which can
ibesold1 at the forthcoming Saster-
; hood Bazaar on December 9th
-Dd 10th. Mrs. Aaron Farr is the
I sisterhood s president.
Young Man Dance
A Favorite Young Man Dance
H LhC ISP B nth Young Women, on Sunday
evening November 2nd, 9 Jm
tL l.Sherry Fr"tenac Hotel'
Ih* M,ssc Sue Goodman and
Mr,lyn > DeCJcleWaym .-
charge of toe fund raiwn/^
Biscavn Kennel
lull To Start
Schooling ll;u-'s
Official schooling races pre-
paring some 750 of the nation's
leading greyhounds to perform
at the Biscayne Kennel Club will
start Thursday night, November
6th. 7:30 p.m.
Biscayne, Miami's oldest and
largest dog track, will have its
formal opening on November
14th. ushering in the 1952-1953
Greyhound season in the Greater
Miami area.
Schooling will be held nightly,
November 6th through 12th, at
7:30 p.m., Sunday, November 8th,
excluded. Each greyhound must
school at least three times satis-
factorily before it can be entered
in the official races.
As in the past, Biscayne will
conduct a split date meeting, the
first half closing January 5th. The
second half will start April 10th,
and continue through June 2nd.
Thirty top-ranking Kennels
will be represented at the North-
side Oval this year, insuring fol-
lowers of the Sport of Queens a
thrill-packed season of grey-
hound racing.
The Biscayne Kennel Club,
owned by pioneer Miamians, feels
that the forthcoming meeting will
top last year's record-breaking
season.
Masada Onea Shabbat
At Sam Soldinqer Horn*
Masada. Miami Beach Young
Zionist District, will be hosts at
an Oneg Shabbat tonight. 8:43
P.m., at the home of Sam Sol-
dinger. 640 85th Street The
Program has been arranged by
Berniece Dacks who will lead a
discussion on Cooperatives In
Israel. Soldinger will assist at
the piano during the musical por-
tion of the evening. Lila Gross
2L^niJter's -win b--ii>
*** Tefrejkments.
Official Visitors Here
Mrs. Floreinc Churchill, Go
Royal Matron of Florida,
Robert Irwin, Grand Royal I
tron, made their official v
to Laurel Coi.it No. 11. Orotf
the Amaranth, on Monday^
ning, at 215 NW 4th
Guests includi ,i Mrs. Maria Ofel
Junior Past Supreme RoyalM*|
ron of the World.
Sadie Hawkins Danes!
The Social and Mas-
Committees of Masada. fcVl
Beach Younn Zionist District M
present a Sadie Hawkins Mjj
querade Party tomorrow UN
from 9 to 12 p.m.. at the b*j
of Ed Oka. 1572 Meridian Al
ue. Jerry Miller, social d*f
man, and Lillian Bans, merakr
ship chairman, are in chaUM
the affair.
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KDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1952
schedule Hebrew
kcademy Dinner
lanuary 4th
| The Fifth Annual Dinner of
pe Greater Miami Hebrew Acad-
y will be held on Sunday ev-
jinfi. January 4th, at the Miami
ach Auditorium, Dr. David S.
dron, president, 'announced
dnesday night at a meeting of
. Bo.'ird of Directors and other
adeniy leaders.
Wo iinticipate that some 500
sons will attend this year's
ner which will be among the
kndout affairs of 1953," Dr. An-
n told an enthusiastic audi-
i at the Academy's 1952-53
koff meeting held in the San
nnn Hotel.
Tin Auditorium will be trans-
Ted into a night club equal to
in Miami Beach for the
.." Dr. Andion reported. "No
er location in the Greater Mi-
. area could accomodate as
e a crowd in as comfortable
itting for this type of occas-
irice of the dinner remains
couple, the group decided
Inesday night. The Fifth An-
Journal, sponsored by the
frew Academy Women, will be
led in conjunction with the
r.
program of entertainment
be offered at this year's din-
keeping pace with the rapid
nth of the affair, Dr. Andron
jjdge Harold B. Spaet will be
piaster of the second session
[the Academy's radio Quiz
Is. slated Sunday morning at
r< a.m., over WMIE. Joseph
|e:. Effrom Mescheloff, Mel-
Sachs, Herman Shapiro and
Andron will compete.
lent* of the Academy weie
ined Wednesday by the
Is medical staff, headed by
win H. Makovsky. Physic-
exuniinging the pupils were
Maurice Blinski, pediatrics;
Maurice Edelman, eye, ear,
and throat; Dr. Hyman
z. dentistry; Dr. Harold Kauf-
surgery; Dr. Erna Klass,
latrics; Dr. Simon M. Lipton,
latrics; Dr. Louis G. Lytton,
fJewish rkjridi&n
PAGE 5 A
taC EL22*2 Wt" ETiii.1!*? BrU,?Ch he'T, ,h! Great^ Miami Chapter of Hadassah c
will be culminated with a Paid Up Membership '
h Sholom. Shown above at the Brunch are (bottom
; Joseph L. Shawmut, chapter coordinator of m
adat sah; Nat Waldman, Shaloma Group; and Phi
.~amesMaurice Rich, Deborah Group; Irving Nathanson. Deborah
r ****a*^ niw wi ana iiiaiuiiu~
ve at the Brunch are (bottom row, left to right)
W.Ib2^1mS5 Tr 9; Hana .Slrif8Ch GrOUp; IosePh L Shw>- chapter coordinator of membership; Irwin
wemstein president oi the Greater Miami Chapter of Hadarsah: Nat Wnlrimr sKirtm r.,_______a dv.ii,_ n_i. u.
in thp ^n null Hntal TV,, a i ---------- "='" y 'c uieuier miami ^napier oi naaassan on Uctober 2Uth.
lichaSrOffijL M1^ Vmfll newLmembers wi ^ culminated with a Paid Up Membership Tea and Ins.alla-
"iS2 ??? n November 3rd, at Temple Beth Sholom. Shown above at the Brunch ar
lapter coordinal
Shaloma Group;
rah Group; Irv
Wise Group;
cypress, Miami Business and Professional
^C^^i^^LA^Z^*^Ji^ 1*" Murray. Herd Group; Max Colton. Her
rietta Szold Group. (Back row. lerTto right)' STm1*- ""^ Shal-Q GrUP'' ***** Hacker' Hen"
lSS!Z ?eple?on- s,eften s- ^ise Group; Max
Business and Professional Group; Joseph Halfon. Israeli Group; Harvey Cypress, Miami Bv
a^lSPNS^522LSrS 8cP^^ixM^Ckld^in.^alW Group; Sol S.okols. Mount Scopus Group;
ZLtS7 ,luMe,nrah Group. Outline of the intensive plans for the drive were arranged by Mrs. Harry Platoff.
t?2EETZFj2Stt' M",IosePh t ShaWmU'' viCe President' indica,ed her Plans S Had^ssah's fuuL work
by reference to a recent tour of Israel during which she viewed first hand the Woman's Zionist Organization's work in the
infant democracy.
phase of the annual B'nai B'rith
Membership Campaign in South
Florida, it has been announced
by A. J. Kaplan, of North Shore
Lodge, membership coordinator
for the B'nai B'rith Council of
South Florida.
On Sunday morning, Novem-
ber 2nd, 9:30 a.m., North Shore
Lodge, B'nai B'rith, will hold a
Mobilization Breakfast for all
Lodge members at the No Name
Restaurant, 6700 Collins Avenue,
Miami Beach.
The breakfast, sponsored by
Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, on
ear, nose and throat; Dr. D. Sounday, October 26th, resulted
Muhnoff, dentistry; and Dr. 1 in several new members being
on P. Travers, orthopedics, 'added to the Lodge's roster.
B'nai li'ri. Ii Membership Campaign Mrs. Litt Is Hostess
Advances; Results Revealed Soon | For Beth El Affair
Individual B'nai B'rith Lodge Flamingo Lodge, Hialeah, has
and Chapter mobilization meet- announced a membership in-
mgs are highlighting the current crease of 165% since th~e drive
began. Isaac Levin Lodge has
likewise reported a significant
number of new members. To
date, some 300 new members have
been enrolled in B'nai B'rith in
South Florida, Kaplan announc-
ed.
Results of the current phase of
the Membership Campaign will gjssman and. Alfred Zis'man'.
be reported nationally on No-
LEGAL NOTICE
mm
Mrs. Lizzie Litt will be hostess
at a Luncheon and Games Party
for the benefit of the Beth El
Academy and Day School on
Monday afternoon, November
3rd, 12:30 p.m., in the Dora Aug-
ust Memorial Hall.
Assisting Mrs. Litt are the Mes-
dames Joel Zalis, Ralph Kreiger,
Ethel Bernstein, Sam Geltner, Sol | lo/M" ll/"'-'u-ii
Potash, David Singer, Lillian
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVEN that
the underalftied, deaiiinji to ensufe m
business under the fictitious name "i
BA1LA ORIGINALS, ui :::::,> North
Miami Avenue Miami, Florida, In-
tend t" realster said name1 with the
("lerk of th- Circuit Court of Dade
' tount}, Florida.
P.AII.A WEINER
BBRNIE A I-EL
<:i-:<>iti;E kasti:niiacm
Attorney for Applloanta
l Lincoln Road HniidiiiK
Mi.win Kt-ach. Florida '
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i
piclists of the Hebrew Academy's radio Quiz Kids brush up for
lir weekly Sunday morning series over station WMIE at 10:45
Left to right, Effrom Mescheloff, Joseph Lauer, Rose Ber-
I". Seymour Spolter and Melvin Sachs, are among the leading
Itestanta in the new show. '
Everything Sold with a
Money Bock Guarantee
Harry*s Kosher Meats
vember 16th, when each Lodge
will telephone Julius Fisher, sec-
retary, District Grand Lodge No.
5, B'nai B'rith, in Roanoke, Vir-
ginia, of the local progress. Mr.
Fisher in turn will report the
total membership drive results in
South Florida, to Quincy Abrams,
national membership chairman of
B'nai B'rith in Washington, D.C.
Currently continuing his stay
in Miami on behalf of the South
Florida Membership Drive is Al-
bert Z. Elkes, of Washington,
D.C, Assistant National B'nai
B'rith membership director.
Sidney M. Aronovitz, president
of the B'nai B'rith Council of
South Florida, has announced
that all persons desiring to join
B'nai B'rith should contact him
at 3-7768, or A. J. Kaplan, at
5-7445.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKREI1Y (JIVEN lliat
the undersigned, desiring to -n^at;,- id
business under Ihe fictitious name of
EMPRESS HOTEL, at 4333 Colllm
Avenue. Miami Beach, Florida. In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, i i..m INTERNATIONAL CO.
a Florida corporation
By: I8ADORB KOWAL
President
KOVNER & MANNHJCIMER
Attorneys for Applicants
lO'.ll 11/7-14-21
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
NO. 154143
VVol.A .1. LEVIN, I'laintiff.
VI.
JACK M. LEVIN, defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: jack M. LEVIN
1326 Medary Avenue
Philadelphia 41. Pa.
You. JACK M. LEVIN, are herebj
notified that a r.iil of Complaint fbi
Divorce has been file*l against you,
and you are required to serve a cop*
of your Answer or Pleading to th-i
Hill' of Complain! on the plaintiff
Attorney. BEN ESSEN, ESQ., 133
Seybold Building. Miami. Florida, and
file the original Answer or Pleadlni
In th,- ofiie of ihe Clerk Of the "i
,rult Court on or before the 28th da
-N J"^.i;lR?uiT^c.0.UR-T2F. JH.E "' November, 1:.2. if you fall I......
copy
Gould To Head
Construction Group
Emil Gould, President of Hous-
ing Engineers of Florida, has ac-
cepted the chairmanship of the
Construction Trades Division
Dinner of the Greater Miami
Committee, State of Israel Bonds ,'
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 154110
LIONEL DOMES, Plaintiff
Vh.
QENEV1BVE [QOMES, Defendant,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: QBNBVIBVE DOMES
917 FIAOI.E AVENUE
BRONX! N.T.
YOL' are required to serve a
of your answer to thr Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce on plaintiff's at-
torney and to file the original ans-
wer in the Office "f th.- Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 2Mh
day of November, ls.",2. otherwise, the
Hill of Complaint for Divorce hereto-
fore filed herein will be taken as con*
fessed by you.
I>ATF:i) at Miami. Florida, this L'Xth
day of October, 1951.
E. H. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Cir.ult Court
Hade County. F'kirida
Hy: WM. W. STOCKING
Deputy Clerk
Name and "address
laintlffs Attorney
PHONE
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Sunday, November 16th, at 6:30
p.m.
A committee meeting was held
at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel
Tuesday, where plans for the din-
ner were discussed. A film,
'iBonds Build Israel", commen-
tary by Henry Morgenthau, Jr.
was shown, followed by a cock-
tail party.
Invited to. serve on the com-
mittee were: James Albert, Jos-
eph Arkin, Samuel Danels, Julius
Gaines, Ben Markowitz, Max
Meisel, Dan B. Ruskin, Lawrence
Sapero, Samuel Spector, Arthur
Shandloff and Robert L. Turchin.
so. JudKmi'M by defualt will be take,
against you for the relief demanded
in the Hill of Complaint.
This notiee shall te published one"
each week for four consecutive we.-|. .
in THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami
Florida, this gtn day of October, A.D
19J2.
E. li. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Hade Count)', Plorida
n 'ireuit "Court Seal)
Bj M. c. PEIDE
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HEN E88EN
SL'3 SeylMild P.IiIk. **
Miami. F'lorida
Attorney for Plaintiff
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HELEN ALPERT
Mae West. Samson and Delilah and the King of Siam will be
all over the place Saturday night at the Roney Plaza when
the 52 Association welcomes the community to its first Beaux Arts
Ball .
Lady Beatrice says the $3 tariffs really worth triple: you
might snag a hefty prize, and you'll be dancing around one of those
famed buffets Come in costume or not. as you please, says she:
tut please come And you might also land under one of those
balloons which will drip more prizes.
Personally
Speaking
Returned from a four-month
'stay in Boston and Cambridge,
! Massachusetts, is Joseph A. Kog-
os, of 814 Michigan Avenue, Mi-
ami Beach.
Mrs. Lenore Hauer and Mrs.
Beulah Davis. Miami Beach, left
for the North to attend the Na-
tional Convention in Detroit.
Michigan. They will also visit
Canada and Chicago.
" Mr. and~Mrs"""E""Flaum. 2990
SW 11th Street, have just re-
turned from Woodbridge, New
SonvjJ Pallot Is Betrothed To Richard
Horwich; Bridetfroom-Klect Law student
*~ V
. *s.
She's the new publicity head for the 52 Association. They do turned irom "">""
fine work ceaseless!, wee, in andweeU out. for the vets in Pratt i Jersey wh-JJ they^is.ted their
ghte
f a prize herself, for she's hung up a \ months.
fine
Hcspital
She typifies something of a prize nersen. tor sne s nuns uh i
record at the Sans Souci Blue Sail's Room three years (At
the moment, her crystal-ball sees Stevenson as the winnah. despite
the nation's press so heavily-weighted against the guy).
POLITICAL WINNINGS were also in the hat for the^ Daniel
Hoffman family, residents here Back home m Kingston. NY.. Hoff-
..:: :'. r Citj Judgt and
Wise. Miller Troth
Is Told Here
The engagement of their daugh-
ter. Nanci Dale, to Morton S. Mil-
\PE\LS FOR HELP i m Robert Zwig on behalf Her. son of Mrs. Reba Miller. 1551
oi his if St V: S.:-..-.: : the fifth time in 11 I Lenox Avenue. Miami Beach, was
for her n. Mr Zwig is imploring I announced early this week by
,j.donors, ssyou he adds. the bride-elect's parents. Mr. and
A p stcard written th huge enthusiasm, packed with much Mrs. A. M. Wise. 33. SW 28th
at Lit ^t V rk*s shed in from Florry Loeb. She Road.
...... red -p in terrific time!" Miss Wise, a native Miamian.
One compelling il p I il in the National Art Week exhibits'was graduated from Miami High
I inj -:. up and I '" the Beach is that of Chris Barton, exe- School.
Chris Gl Artist -lv acknowledges this to be Mr. Miller also graduated from
his It's due at the Sorrento And Chris!Miami High School and attended
Barton is Martin Feini latest find at Modernage. he's as- the University of Florida, where
. The ther afternoon, handsome Barton was j he was president of Alpha Epsilon
ling .. | 'Venetian glass vases being given a sale-tag. Pi Fraternity. He is an Army Air
..-. .. oit lower.'' he warned. "I'll snap them up my- Force veteran.
st' -------------------------------
Bar: ( a trip to Leo Alpert's new office, just ]\'t^> A 1*1CIIC Till'sllls
thers d it, thers being Leo himself who hired scads
carpi nters, ; : inters and itindproof men to create the layout he
d. When the walls and carpeting finally snuggled up
to each other, a lamp was needed Sid Lewis sent word to drop
inl his .: rat r's shop, maybe he had something they liked. Lou-
is< went t and way in the back she spotted it a glowing'

MarleneTurner At
Sweet Sixteen Dance
Mr. -and Mrs. Ben Chasin. of
1T35 Marseille Drive. Miami,
. Beach, and Mr. and Mrs. Antoine I
srvt of color like a carved flame. The three of them rushed it up onon i j /- -i.
Turner, of 6082 Indian Creek j
Drive. Miami Beach, will enter- (
tain tomorrow evening, Novem-
ber 1st. 8:15 p.m.. in the Morocco
Room of the Casablanca Hotel.
Guests of honor will be Mrs.
Chasin's daughter. Miss Arlenc
Tarshis. and Mr. and Mrs. Turn-
er's daughter. Miss Marlene
Turner, whose birthdays will be
observed at a Sweet Sixteen J
Dinner Dance.
Among those present, in ad- j
dition to the Misses Tarshis and j
Turner, will be Marilyn Kaslow. (
Doreen Brody, Rita Rosenbaum,
Doris Jacobs. Barbara Stern. Eil- .
een Wigodner, Carole Newman.
Yvonne Gilbert. Rusonia Fine- ]
stein. Iris Jacobs. Ellen Walsey.
the elevati r to eye its effect against the surrounding blue-greens
.md didn't have to say a word. Perfect.
PEOPLE:
Monday's inundations had their friends in a fret the Michael
Brcnsteins' plane was supposed to land smack in the middle of the
torrent .
And simply staggered by the rising tides in their garage was
Mrs Albert Goldman who wailed: "But listen, it's never done this
bef< re!"
Max Irals n, due. at a hotel luncheon Wednesday, was quite
'.' Til here." he said. "Until Wednesday "
But this is a busy week at the Mercantile Bank building on
In Road. The whole front leaked, and executives in their
fr nt offices padded around barefoot wondering what the (profane*
to do with hundreds of yards of rugs squushing water
ONLY SOLUTION would be to hang 'em on the clotheslines
being prepared for the coming art shows
AND NOW FOR ART:
If I must say so and I will! this is the best place in which
Miss Sonya Pallot
rienne Katz. Bernice We'.ss, De-
lores Habib. Annette Rubin.
Luba Benson. Harriet Malter.
Audrey Raskin. Judy Miller. Pat-
sy Gross, Ruth Frank. Ronnee
Koovler. Joan Gould. Ilene Gold-
man. Joan Holland, Sally Bran-
deis, Maddy Paley. Pepi Granat.
Gloria Peltz. Marily Apple. Sher-
ry Scope, Suzanne Covan, Shir-
to give yourself the complete art-schedule for the Miami Beach j Leta Goldstrom. Elise Kosch. Ad-
p- ?ram ,in National Art Week. Everywhere else, the thing's been
jumbled by careless reprinting: so clip it if you wish and FOL-
LOW THROUGH Official opening takes place at the Roney
Gardens on Nov. 2nd through the afternoon hours of 2 p.m. to 5
p m On Nov. 3rd. the Sea Isle launches its all-week show by pro-
fessionals ... On Nov. 4th. the Delano unveils an amateur show.
from 2 p.m. to half-past 8 in the evening -
On Nov. 5th. also from 2 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., you can catch the
Sorrento's arts and crafts exhibits, and commercial art
On Nov. 8th Saturday there'll be the eagerlv-awaited
clothesline and sale show at the Boulevard Hotel. Hours are 1 p.m. le\- MarcusTEmice^WeTnkie.'joan
A- ',' ,, .. Patti. Jimmv Orvitz. Bob Matts-
And clocked as an experiment (Reyna Youngerman's idea) is Ion
Flarningo Park;* 'Sunday Painters' Day". Reyna says there are lots) Tommy Aronold, Richard Kn-
ot Sunday painters like Sunday drivers. I figure who love ner. Dave Parker. Dick dine
that easel and brushes and shes hoping they'll turn out. drape JMax Hagan. Bob Forman. David
tnemselves around their palettes and show us how its done |Lehrman, Larry Brononfeld
In turn, as you ve always noted, admirers drape themselves around R.chard Fine, Mom Lefkow Jer-
the artists I mean, look at the crowds Winston Churchill draws! ry Schwartz. Martv Baron 'Ern-
So. if he can do it !
The public's cordially invited. There's never an admission or
covei charge, as the nightclubs say. Just come and lap it all up
You're right there are a couple of lectures scheduled here
;>r.d there, but they have to be by invitation, since ^eating's limited.
Everything else is wide open and waiting for you!
ON THE BEAT:
It's no longer a rumor seems to be so that the area's about
tc be invaded by a small "neighborhood newspaper" aiming to
gr-r-row! .
Everybody's still chuckling over Irv Denis' fishing trip. This
was his first in years. Happily he sailed out. Our bouncing fish
must've se/it word along the line it was merely Irv because be-
fore he realized it. they'd choicely nibbled off all his bait. Irv,
though, is not a man who admits defeat. He countered by baiting
his hook with the next thing handy excellent steak he'd brought
fcr ship dinner His spouse Syd welcomed the catch, but happened
to ask suspiciously: "How'd you get them?" Irv said, "All I had to
do was swap steak for fish."
Yours for fewer Izaak Waltons '
Mr. and Mrs. Jack S. Pallot, |
of 3031 NW 15th Street, Miami. [
announce the engagement of I
their daughter. Sonya, to Mr.
Richard Jay Horwich. also of Mi-
ami, son of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer
T. Horwich.
The bride-elect is a graduate j
of Miami High School and at- !
tended the Lniversity of Miami. |
Formerly of Oak Park, lllin- '
ois. Mr. Horwich is a graduate |
of Oak Park High School and '
holds the BBA degree from the
University of Miami, which he i
received Summa Cum Lmm
1952.
He is a former president
treasurer of Sigma Alpha I
Fraternity, president ol til
terfraternity Council.
of Omicron Delta Kappa, ai
ber of the Debating Team afcj
listed in Who's Who In As
Colleges And University
Currently. Mr. Horwich H
student of the University oil
ami Law School, where he i|
the editorial board of the 1
Law Quarterly, chief of
Arrow and 1952 Homea*
treasurer.
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)AY. OCTOBER 31, 1952
ja Cowan Weds
[arles Feldman
wedding ring canopy of
^e chrysanthemums and pom-
featured the wedding of
Lila Gayle Cowan and
k]es Richard Feldman last
lidiiy at the Park Synagogue,
leland, Ohio, with Rabbi Ar-
id Cohen officiating.
\ss Cowan is the daughter of
Sophia Cowan, 4120 Pine
Drive. Miami Beach. The
bgroom is the son of Mrs.
feldman, Cleveland.
\e bride wore a gown of chan-
lace over satin with full
illusion neckline and long
|es. A lace skull cap held
veil. She carried three or-
and stepanotis on a Bible.
Itron of honor was Mrs." Irv-
|Herlands, the bridegroom's
Bndesmatrons were Mrs.
^rd Katovsky and Mrs. Aar-
oldslein in dusty rose gowns
net skirts, portrait neck-
land velvet bodices.
Keldman was best man man.
his brother. Ushers were j A reception in the Synagogue
rt Lusher, Allan Adell, Aar- Ballroom followed the ceremony.
* Jewish fhridtian
PAGE 7A
Mrs. Charles Feldman
on Goldstein and Edward Sugar-
|s Beverly Block Marries Jerome
Pies In Double Ring Rites On Reach
liss Beverly Ruth Block was wed to Jerome Henry Parkes,
Mr. Philip Parkes, 344 Meridian Avenue, last Sundav evening
Bel-Aire Hotel. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, spiritual leader of
legation Beth Jacob, officiated.
feughter of Mr. Herman Block. 39 Santillane Avenue, Coral
ts. the bride was given in marriage by her lather.
the double ring ceremony,
lornu r Miss Block was at-
in a gown Of white net
|a silver brocade top. Her
ras nylon net with lace
and white seed pearls on
hvith matching lace gloves.
Can ii ci white orchids on a
Bible.
Id of honor was Miss Ruth
pan attired in a powder blue
iwn augmented by pink car-
ps with blue lacing. Junior
naid was Miss Saundra
i sister of the groom, at-
i a pink dress of nylon net
>mk carnations with blue
ler attendants included Mrs
|r who kept the guest book,
nan for the groom was Mike
ch, Ins uncle.
|riywed Mrs. Pafcer grad-
from Miami Senior High
ll and attended the Univer-
Jof Florida and Miami. She
|affiliated with Phi Sigma
. Sorority.
I groom graduated from Mi-
leach High School, attended
Iniversity of Florida and is
>ran of World War II. hav-
prved in the United States
Muriel Sedon Weds William Weinberg In Candlelight Rites
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Sedon,
520 SW 26th Road, announce the
marriage of their daughter Mur-
iel to Mr. William Weinberg, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham "Wein-
berg of New York City. Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff officiated at the
double ring candlelight cere-
mony on Sunday, October 19th,
at the Trocadero, in front of an
alter banked with gold and white
chrysanthemums and palms. So-
loist was Mr. Bernard Schaft, ac-
companied by the Lou Adler Trio
of violin, cello and accordian.
Mr. Lawrence Weinberg, brother
of the groom was best man. Ush-
ers were the Messrs. Howard
Davidow, Scott Tinter and Mor-
ris Levitt.
Given away by her father, the
bride chose a bouffant gown of
white nylon tulle and imported
French chantilly lace. The fitted
jacket featured a high-boned
calla lilly collar and long sleeves
coming to a point at the wrist.
Emphasis of the very full drap-
ed skirt was on a side cascade
with chantilly lace motives ap-
pliqued with lace. For the tra-
ditional "something old", the
bride wore a cathedral length
veil of French illusion, held in
place by a crown of heirloom
lace, worn by the former Lynne
Rabin, now Mrs. L. Wolfson. She
carried her white satin confir-
mation Bible adorned with three
pure white orchids and showered
with miniature nylon lace fans
and lilly of the valley.
Maid of honor, Miss Stella
Blight, wore an ice blue tulle
formal with matching lace stole
and bonnet, and carried a gold
muff with bronze pompom mums.
j Bridesmaid Miss Joyce Newland-
ier, cousin of the bride from De-
troit, .Michigan, wore a yellow
organfly formal with nile green
velvet sash and Juliet cap of
bronze pompom mums. She also
carried a gold muff with flowers
to match those of the maid of
honor.
Mrs.
bride,
Kccption followed the cere-
al the Bel-Aire Hotel. The
; mother was attired in
lue romaine crepe with
iw you can bake
fine kosher cake
s fisur s you can lur in
RririV of th.- Day J'hoto
Mrs. Jerome Parkes
seeded pearls and irridescent
beading. She carried a pink ca-
melia corsage with pink acces-
sories.
The bridegroom's mother wore
a light green irridescent dress
embroidered with a rhinestone
belt and light green suede shoes.
The couple left for a honey-
moon trip to Washington, D. C,
and New York. They will make
their residence in Flushing, New
York, after November 15th.
Ardmore
Sedon, mother of the
chose a bronze waltz
Women Hold Monthly
Luncheon At Flagler
Women of the Flagler-Granada
Jewish Community Center held | blue silk taffeta and double or-
Mrs. William Weinberg
length nylon tulle with matching
stole. Her flowers were two or-
ange queen orchids. Mrs. Wein-
berg, mother of the groom, chose
steel grey tissue taffeta with lace
inserts. Her flowers were two
deep purple orchids. Mrs. Gisela
Newlander, maternal grandmoth-
er of the bride, wore midnight
a monthly luncheon on Tuesday
at the Center.
chid corsage. A reception and
wedding dinner by candlelight
Mrs. Arthur Solomon, chair-1 followed the ceremony.
PIE!
ss than
I minutes
package /"'ft
9efj
5
'e8d
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|gin<'! Kosher home-baked cake
10 easy to make, it actually
* leaa lime than going out to
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-and bake!
flomedary
Cake,/%es
Miami Conservatory
Opens New Branch
The Miami Conservatory has
opened a new branch in the Co-
burn School at 1000 Bay Drive,
Normandv Isle.
All musical instruments are be-
ing offered for study. Sam Kane,
who holds the Masters degree
from New York University, is di-
rector of the Instrumental De-
partment. Thomas Armour, artist
and teacher of the dance, is di-
r, ctor of the Ballet Department.
To encourage talent, the Con-
servatory is offering a free ap-
titude test each Saturday, begin-
ning November 1st. 1 p.m.
man, was assisted by the Mes-
dames Pearl Scher, Diani Sha-
piro, Dorothy Newman, Barbara
Silver, Miriam Schiff, Lorraine
Schaeffer, Helen Halpert and
Rose Gordon.
The bride, a native Miamian,
attended Miami High School and
was a member of the Jr. Wright-
man Cup squad, and also Thes-
pians, GAA and the tennis team.
A drama major at the UM, she Guild Homes.
was Tempo Magazine's first cal-
endar girl of the month, Home-
coming Hurricane Honey and Ibis
Beauty Queen finalist. Prior to
her marriage, she was with H.
Hentz & Co., stock brokers.
The groom is a graduate of
New York Schools and the Uni-
versity of Arizona. He was sta-
tioned with the 41st Field Artil-
lery Batallion at Ft. Benning,
Ga. Upon completion of an ex-
tended honeymoon trip by motor
through the Western United
States and Canada, Mr. and Mrs.
Weinberg will reside at the Bev-
erly Hills Hotel in Los Angeles,
where Mr. Weinberg is President
of the Corn-Air Products and
Golda Myerson Club
To Hold Card Party
Pioneer Women. Golda Myer-
son Club of Miami, will hold a
Card Party at the Home Milk
Company, 2451 NW 7th Avenue.
Miami, on Wednesday evening,
November 5th. 8:15 p.m.
Mm. Thelma Kitzen is chair-
man and Mrs. Ethel Nerove is co-
chairman of the affair. Proceeds
ire for the Child Rescue Fund.


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IMI, FLORIDA
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1952
SEC. B
$1,050,000 As Red Feather Goal
1953; Kickoff Set November 10
I of $1,505,000 for the
(needs of hometown people
served through Dade
ty's 22 local Red Feather
jcs and the USO was ap-
d by the Community Chest's
Kin he Board of Directors
| this week.
m new figure is $74,000 more
K'us set for last year's Chest
Kign. However, it is only
En more than was raised by
Li Feather volunteers in
1)52 drive.
is 1953 goal for services to
WCountians throughout the
m year is a sound figure,
Khich was established only
review and study of the
i needs of our community
Kjdreds of business and pro-
Kal leaders", said Daniel J.
Key, Chest president. "It
Bents the work of volun-
I 22 Red Feather Agency
Is. Budget Committees of
Best and Welfare Planning
Kil. and the Chest's Goal
Kit tee who spent long hours
K budgeting process to as-
Eadc Countians of a reason-
K for 1953 Red Feather
Knendous increases in Dade's
fttion in the past two years
he biggest factor affecting
< for increased funds by
Khest's agencies, Mahoney
I Impact of the estimated
permanent residents set-
Bin Dade County since the
Hensus is also being reflected
Be demands for increased
Hes by each of the Red
m agencies.
Visiting Nurse Associa-
Red Feather nursing service
homebound sick, is being
I upon to stretch its services
I areas of the county. The
Club of Miami, serving ov-
100 boy members now, is
ted to include almost 1,500
ers in its 1953 program.
ewish Social Service Bur-
mbracing the problems of
68 and individuals, has
led its monthly caseload over
I 1951.
creased demands are thus
I made on all agencies of
piest, including such special-
services as the Traveler's
Society, Salvation Army,
lie Charities Bureau and
fctant Service Bureau," Ma-
I explained, in listing the
I top goal.
eased services through the
I to provide a home-away-
Shome for millions of ybung
land women in the armed
I calls for more funds
|gh the one Red Feather
P'gn. Now operating over
Pubs, lounges and other in-
fcions and over 80 camp
I throughout the world, USO
pptn a new unit here this
p to serve men and women
f service stationed in Dade
y.
I Keith Phillips, 1953 cam-
I chairman, accepted the
pmpaign goal of $1,050,000
f alf ,f the 6,000 Red Feather
prs who will carry the cam-
I to Dade's public.
Ir 1953 Chest goal is attain-
I It is a practical figure
P reach of the citizenry
I Dade Countians have met
P" for increased needs far
P than the $68,000 asked
H8 year's campaign. We are
I to put Dade's Red Feather
Kgn over the top. for the
successive year with the
I of everyone who can give
P one big drive for 23 ag-
p he said.
F*8 L. Knight^ chairman of
Pest's goal committee, who
E"d the lMI'-fotf to the
Pf"*ot'D^reetors, ub-
r^dxhe ks% of the Chest's
Budget Committee headed by
Leonard L. Abess, chairman, and
Dr. H. Franklin Williams, vice
chairman.
Dade County's 1953 Red Feath-
er drive will kick off on Mon-
day, November 10th, with solici-
tation being held for large cor-
poration and individual gifts, as
well as industrial and public em-
ployee gifts. A house-to-house
campaign is slated to kick off
on Sunday, January 11th, which
is the Metropolitan Division's
Annual Community Chest Sun-
day.
Temple Israel Youth
The Youth Group of Temple
Israel held a Supper Meet-
ing last Sunday evening. Con-
ducting the program was Dr. Jos-
eph R. Narot, spiritual leader, and
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
Mii Is suv Mi pre
Waxes Sew Trail
Montor Saus
NEW YORK "The success of
the Bond Issue floated in the
United States by the Government
of Israel has blazed a new trail
for the encouragement of Ameri-
can investments in underdevel-
oped countries abroad," Henry
Montor, vice president of the
State of Israel Bond organization,
declared here this week at a
meeting of its Executive Com-
mittee.
Montor pointed out that the
Israel Bond Drive, which up to
September 1st, enrolled more
than 400,000 purchasers with to-
tal subscriptions amounting to
$140,000,000, "had already raised
more money than was realized
by any other foreign bond issue
floated in the United States."
WASHINGTON Cash pro-
| ceeds for the United Jewish Ap-
Ipeal totalling $12,150,000 came
forward here at the final session
of the UJA's emergency National
Leadership Conference to give the
Appeal better than 50 per cent of
the $35,000,000 it is seeking in the
last three months of 1952.
Among the sums brought here
from cities throughout the United
States was $100,000 advanced by I
the Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
ation's 1952 UJA drive.
The more than $18,000,000 in
checks also brought the UJA's
cash income to $64,000,000 for the
first nine .and a half months of the
year.
Edward M. M. Warburg, gen-
eral chairman of th? United Jew-
ish Appeal, termed the $18,150.-
000 cash proceeds 'all the more
astonishing and unprecedented
for coming just four weeks fol-
lowing our first announcement
that we would seek $35.000 000
in the last three months of 1952."
Mischa Elman Tour
NEW YORK Mischa Elman,
described by music critics
throughout the world as "one of
the all-time greats in the realm
of music," will soon undertake
a concert tour covering a num-
ber of American communities in
behalf of the $500,000,000 State
of Israel Independence Bond Is-
sue, it was announced here this
week.
Je Irish Museum
Opens Season
The Jewish Museum of the Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Center, per-
manent branch of the museum
conducted by the Jewish Theolog-
ical Seminary of America, has
enter its third season by officially
opening a winter schedule of
guided tours last Sunday.
Visitors to the Jewish Museum
will find a wide collection of cere-
monial objects, historic arts and
crafts and a presentation of con-
temporary Jewish artists. The
museum has been adopted by the
Center PTA as one of its out-
standing projects. Mrs. Silvio
Sermoneta is chairman of the
Museum Committee.
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PAGE 2 B
Our UN Newsletter
By ARTHUR LEWIS
(Copyright. 1952. Jewish Telegraphic Agency. life.)
fjenisti ncrkkan
%u4-4-hmiIn At I
Mrs. Anna Greenberg. 64. of
6013 Indian Creek Drive. Miami
Beach, prominent in local Jew-
ish and civic organizations, died
Saturday.
She was the director
FRIDAY,
UNITED NATIONS Although Israel :> naturally concerned g hen Wise chapter of H
;re with the Palestine problem than any other question before ^ ^ ^ president of
of the
adas-
the
Temple imrmel Niaterhood Will
Mr*. Julian Hennig Kext Thmr,
Temple Israel Sisterhood will I man of the Com
be honored by the presence of grams.
Mrs. Julian Hennig. President of
the National Federation of Tern-
She
mittee
jive to the c3e
Union held ,n u7'
pie Sisterhoods. District No. 13, for the last two '
...v. ...Ill cnoalr on "Wnrl/t I In- _- yearS-
who will speak on "World Un-
ion" at a Brunch at Temple Is-
of the Sisterhood of Temp..
include the questions of French rule cf Um North Afnn p.otec- sho, and thc Women-s Auxil-
torates of Tunisia and Morocco and the South African Government s ^ a{ M{ Smai Hospital
treatment of non-white peoples. Sne m the wjfe 0f tne late
The Israeli delegate. Abba S Eban. played a prominent role the g^j Greenberg. a former direc-
Jast time the Korean War was debated a couple of years ago during ,tor o{ Sydenham and Beth Israel
Hospital in New York.
Survivors include a son, Jer-
ome G Greene, of Miami Beach,
and four sisters, including Mrs.
Fay Wolfe and Mrs. Samuel Ar-
onstetn of Miami Beach.
Many people knew Mrs. Green-
berg as Sirs. Anna Greene. Serv-
bnri a jces were held Sunday at Beach
and Memorial Chapel, with burial in
New York.
Obituaries
the Lake Success cays At that time, the United Nations, as repre-
sented by the cease-fire" committee, had called for the fighting to
stop first before negotiations could begin, whereas the Chinese and
North Koreans had appeared to be suspicious that no talks would
fellow a truce.
Mr. Eban came forward with a formula whu-h beCMM Um
basis of a UN resolution, whereby the stages Of Btm **" wntm-
tice and a full dress peace conference, were ie'.-.:e. '.-sit-i ind
guaranteed. Despite the failure of this resolution : rr.-
truce, the Israeli delegation feels :1"'. --? wor< was not in
it stands ready to act m a mediatory capacity now. sbo-lu .: r*
needed.
Israel has a much closer and more UtinI interest in at leas:
two parts of the Asian-Arab question. Those are the ones AmBbI
with the question of French rule in Tunisia and Morocco. A: Uh
Assembly, the Moroccan item was postponed by the Steering
Committee, and when this ruling was challenged and the question
taken to the Assembly, it was again put off by a narrow margin, it.
this vote Israel abstained.
On more than one occasion, the Israel: delegation has stated
' Jt od '. r the national independence of all subject terr:: riea n- fork 10 >.-..r?
r by voting for the independence of Libya al-
i ing it r.: jgains* its own national Intel
aging u I ing i n thei Arab state,
tsrai ..;> principle: however, its p >ition on
M greatly influenced bv the large Jewish
', pul tl untries. The:, are some 100.000 Jews
- Tui still larger number in Morocco.
As to the items in the A.-iar. and Arab package.
ly taken a stand on one of them: in
" :.es on this one for it is a
This is the question of the tre.'.'ment of
South African Goternment; the other "
item maKin^ | the South African Government's treat- -
ol non-white peoples is the question of the notorious apartheid h .; im PinetrYe Drtw M ami
!'. h. \\ h<- '.in., ht-r-- 1" \.-*r* **
_.,.,-., i from Ne Tork. li-'l laat Kridav.
ine israei delegation has voted in favor of a resolution calling sh' '" eanrtved bj .. m, i:
n the Governments of India. Pakistan and South Africa to u~''1
r and table conference on the
Mrs. Julian Hennig
Mra. Hennig will
workshop for ^
Board of Tempie ,
hood on Wedneviav -
brunch. Activet^'
er and a writer. Mrs H
been conducting classes!
hamentary Law ind'
Speaking. She ha< ba-
nian of 21 countiei in^jj
olina for the Junior 12?
and Supervisor of the Bk
ter.
Officers of the W,
Sisterhood are: Mrs U,
Schwartz, president \u!
Thurman and Mrs j^Jj
hainson vice pres.^
Max Holtsberg. Treasure-:
G. Louis Mendeljon fa"
Secretary: Mrs. Henrv
Corresponding Secrebrj-"
Ellard G. Conn, AssisUntfl
! rael on Thursday. November 6th. rjSfS^ Sec"** **
epn Bulbin. recording
iSADOR B, SOLOMON
>. -- ...... ...l frtda) f..r Isador
-. -. moi :* M2 !' ni >> 1\ .inn '
X .. Ion Miami
H IM III :n rh.t!c \
-
v died W di eadaj.
VRS MANNAH SAMUELS
ih Samuel*,
. -a 14th A vi look place
H i it with
V \. K. *(
who did Thursda >.
mford ('t-nn 20
vas a nw mbi
th n.ii.' rial Child-
- :i HoapltJI, 'ni* r of thc
- Jew ;-li Worn-
hei husband, Max
'' s Wolfe,
th slaters, two
in !.:.. f} eal -|
The Sisterhood will have as its
guests the Coral Gables Center
Sisterhood and the Beth Sholom
Sisterhood.
Mrs. Hennig, a native of Co-
lumbia, South Carolina, has been
a Sisterhood leader for many
years. She is a past officer of
the NFTS. a former Executive
Board member, and past chair-
Mrs. Henry E. Wolfe.",u
Mrs. Harold Thurminjs.
ing as program chainaaj
may be contacted at 38011'
Drive, Coral Gables.
ft
August bros k]
ij'thr AMr'
hold
on the first issue. There has been no
eetinc yet. due to the refusal of the South African Government to
take part in these talks, but the Israeli delegation believes in bring-
ing opposing sides into direct negotiations, and will vote for the
uuon if it comes up again, as it is likely to do, at this As-
sembly.
Israel i% naturally opposed to the South African racial segre-
gation laws, but there is an international legal point involved in
tnis issue. Although these laws are a blot
'..-. md lira Helen Zareizk!. all of
Miami Ik-rf.-h Service* and burial will '.
! in New York, with Riverside Me-
mortal Chapel. Miami Beach. :n charge ,
"f lix-.il arrangement*.
THE FINEST SOAP!
Made from pure coconut oil.
Cuts your cleaning time in hab!
Distributed by Hi-Grade Food Company Pica* S-W
question whether they are not a domestic affjlr in which the United
Nation* cannot interfere.
Hrotrard # onntu Chapter Presents
Family Fraliett At IIhIIuiuhhI Center
Family ProUcs were staged Health Machine, by Andrea Nel-
; the Broward County Chapter, i n. Bob Leutaold, Bill Mars. Vic
3"rui B"nth Youth Organization'Glaser' R^^1**"^!! and Ira
last Saturday evening, at the I Z*fna^ Plano Interlude, by Val-
.. .. ene Gorson and Miette Korda:
Hollywood Jewish Community j NothnV Like A^Darae. b_v Alan
Center. Baum. Richard Axmrr; Vfc Glas-
Proceeds were used for Na- *t and Ira Zofnas; I Don't Like
tional BBYO projects, which in-1 Men- D>' Claire Green.
Gitar Solo, by Fred Nelson:
The Viper, by Sue Colbv and
Bill Mars: The Case, by Edith
Boren and Sue Colby: Charles-
ton, by Sandra Taylor. Miette
Korda. Gem Lee Smith ana Paul
Diamond: Make Believe, by Em- i
Included on the program were llv Rachman: Blues In Burlesque.
by Marion Mannheim; Doin'
What Comes Naturally, b..- Pennv i
Grument: Our Own Fashions, by
Girls of the club: and Fin Hie:
Auf Weidersehn. by Maureen
Zofnas.
Bill Mars. Athletic chairman.
MAX LAUTMAN
M, ol OD tStb Street Miami Beach.
.i grocer who came here eight \t-ar*
-g.. from Brooklyn, died Friday.
He leave, his wife. Hunsie and two
(iauhter. Mrs Blanche Kramer and
Mrs Ullian Fisher, all of Miami
Beach Service* and burial will be
iumanit>. there is a | in Brooklyn, with Riverside Memorial
'hapel. Miami Beach. In charge
MR$. ANNA SUSARMAN
Bervtcai tor Mr* Anna Sugarman.
W, I I .-Tl". SW Third Avenue, wh.. died
Frlda) were held Sundav in iiord ."hapel. with burial In Ml Una I She came t.. Miami 14 M-ar. ag., I
from rhatunooaa, Tenn ami ll vir-
i daughtt-r. Oertrude <
Miami, her father and thro
dude B'nai B'rith Children's
Home in Israel. Anti-Defamation
League. Hillei Foundation. Leo
N. Levi Memorial Hospital and
local charities. The event was the
only fund raising affair staged
by the BBYO during the- year.
GORDON ROOrlNG AND
SHEET METAL WORKS
H,T,".. you" '* rMlf*d now| yea
rill eave en new roof later
"atlefietory Wee* hy
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a Jewish Hour, by Bill Mars
and Bob Leuthold: Essen, by
Claire Green: They Didn't Be-
-- Me. by Maureen Zofnas:
. Ralph Howell: A Day
At The Beach, by Edith Boren:
Mambo, by Marion Mannheim:
Through A L r.g And S'eepless was rr.aster of ceremonies
Night by Anil kaatross. Ira Zofnas was show director. LU-
Da Doo. by Joyce Glantz and lian Tankless acted ai T. ki I
1 .- 7. ::. BBYO Skit, with all chairman. In charge
club members participating: menta was Huguett Levy.
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Announces
The Opening of his Office at
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Miami Beach. Florida
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Telephone 5-6636
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bAY. OCTOBER 31, 1952
+J(*vist)tk>rklton
PAGE 3B
ring The Week ...as i see it
By LEO MINDLIN
Israel Silver Named Supervisor Of
Jewish Community Center Branch
Tl___________I_._____. t ,
>H. FRANK KINGDON spoke effectively at a recent meeting
, professional Division, Bonds of Israel Government, held in
jelano Hotel. He added a new twist to the usual oratorical
nd ;it such affairs by indicating that there were more than
mental matters to be considered in the upbuilding of the new
sli state.
| Yet. this seemed simple theorizing, for Dr. Kingdon proceeded
more emotional than any speaker I ha\v heard since Rabbi
ng Miller. ZOA president, visited here last March. Dr. King-
is a former Minister, and heart-iending methods of delivery
I undoubtedly an inherent part of his background. The chief
ficulty. as I saw it. was thai he failed to consider the character
pis audience.
Effective speaking, alone, did little to bridge the gap between
el; and the physicians, dentists, attorneys and accountants seat-
More him. A renowned intellectual, he might have put to use
Df his technical knowledge by way of capturing the fancy of
iional listeners. Added to this, was Dr. Kingdon's review
Ijaeli economic matters which differed in fact by not one degree
any other presented her previously.

fHIS DOES NOT mean to say that the author-radio commen-
rasnt wholly disarming. Earlier, at a cocktail party in his
hi personally met with Miami communal leaders and put
purchasers on the spot by eliciting from them prom-
further buying. It is difficult to criticize the taste- of such
thods when the stakes are so high.
I But there was little that even Dr. Kingdon's persuasive per-
lity could do. his generalized delivery apart, in the face of an
ftente marked by so many notable absences. For one thing,
jmber of persons present represented a miniscule fraction of
ater Miami's Jewish professionals. One can not, however, take
i'.k with any degree of sincerity those who stayed away.
because more grievous was the failure of Miami's
ip to appear. Thus far this stason, they have preserv-
ecord of non-participation. The Judith Epstein-Molly
at the Hibiscus Auditorium, presumably an inaugural
t uncover one solitary member of the Greater Mian i
. Council.
.. cL'.-ird. it is interesting to n on the triumj
. which attended the announcement of ;: Coui
A| :. Designed to explain its future
a p is m the added effi( iem y with which su -ii
.'.I bear campaign resj k n
ipi i! is too early for negative criticism. Eut it is also
t I chairmen must be more than titular. Were fco-d workers
only irterested in gracing their ranks with weighty com-
lily nemos, they soem to have been most accurate in their
ices. Such, however, is not the case; they anticipated receiv-
|i!ie soil of leadership few American Jewish communities can
attain.
I have until now in fact inherited little but the
I pas ive blessing by virtue of reputation and remain rud-
^ [nd the affairs of a campaign that must sain in strength
latter phases. The recent Professional Division Dinner
in the sale of some S20.000 worth of bonds. More could
been achieved with the Council's direct participation; nom-
111 on in these matters is obviously of little value.

INEVITABLY THE TRULY fertile field for solicitation will lie
Trades Division. Perhaps the campaign leadership's sym-
- are whole-heartedly there. Perhaps, indeed, it was little in-
to support the Professional Division for this reason, choos-
ilternative to leave what it considered a congenitally weak
financially to its own devices.
I Should such prove to be the case, then a very real danger ap-
frs. one which strikes deeply at the heart of a question many
have chosen to avoid. It is no secret that the Bond Council's
pbership includes persons equally active in Miami's Combined
nth Appeal Campaign. On. becomes timid at thy prospect of
phoning allegiances or competition with regard to the two
jes; apologists, who desparalely view the two organizations as
elementary in design and aim, point to their single saving
rence that CJA funds are donated and that Israel Bonds
[purchased and repaid with interest.
lut the fact remains that both call simultaneously upon a spe-
narket for aid and that response to the call is often regulated
hoice. One organization thus finds itself favored in lieu of the
t; reasons in the matter are varied and of no consequence to the
In any event, this sort of favoritism, whether recognized or
currently confuses the motives of Miami's Bond Council.
i Now that the Bond Campaign here has decided to emulate
*5 "nethods, what will ha its leadership's attitude in canvas-
the financial plum that tha Trades Division comprises? How
Council members, themselves, divide their donations and/or
phases? Should this matter be further avoided, the Trades
on may well become an economic battlefield on which both
>ations grapple and loea,
clear statement of motivation and intention must thus be
coming. Absence from affairs designed to solicit purchase of
SIMCl IsSUe ** mere,y *" indication of the Bond Council's atti-
More is needed whether, indeed, the avoidance of its re-
pibility by default is 'the product of personal confusion or of
fakable, competitive reasons.

WOMAN LIES DESPARATELY ILL in Mount Sinai Hos-
This is her fifth visit there during the past eleven months.
,s '"'"eady had 46 blood transfusions and needs more if her
M6e SaVed' Her name 'S MrS' Robert J ZW'- f 120 SW 31Sl
Miami. Suffering from Lymphosarcoma. her need is for-fresh
directly transferred from the donor. Much is indicated here
M the fulfillment of the Hebrew tradition of Bikur Cholim.
ommunity will, I am sure, respond.
The appointment of Israel Sil-
ver as Branch supervisor of the
Town Branch, Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center, was
announced here by Ephraim Gale,
executive director.
Silver will be responsible for
the supervision of the profession-
al and maintenance sfaffs and
the development of the various
programs at the Center.
Prior to his arrival here, he
was a Center supervisor with the
East Boston Social Center Coun-
cil in Boston, Massachusetts. In
connection with this position, he
was also manager and director of
the East Boston Camps, operated
by the agency. During the past
summer, he was employed by the
Associated Jewish Philanthropies
of Boston, as program director at
Camp Kingswood, Bridgton,
Maine.
While in the Boston area, Sil-
Iver was also connected with the
I Children's Aid Association and
Cambridge Community Service.
He received his professional
(training at Boston University, ob-
i taining the Bachelor's degree in
! Education and a Master's degree
in social group work. While at
, the School of Social Work, Silver ;
was president of his class and
was elected to the University
Hall of Fame for achievements
and participation in all Univer-
sity activities.
Silver was also an active, mem-
ber of the school's Student-Fac-
ulty Committee. He is a ir.em-
l)i':- of various professional
ganizations including the Ni I
al Associati m of Jewi
Workers, the American As
tion of Group Workers and the
i
At the present time, Silver re-
sides with his wife and two
daughters at 2843 SW 37.h Court,
Miami.
Conducts Rumor Clinic
Sharet Chapter, B'nai B'rith.
Young Women held their regular
meeting on October 28th at the
home of Miss Lenore Cook, 934
SW 9th Street. Miss Joyce Zim-
merman, of the Anti-Defamati in
League, B'nai B"rith, conducted
a rumor clinic at the meeting.
MIAMI TOP
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Retail
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Phone 4-033S
Tamara Chapter Has
Joint Celebration
A joint celebration marked
the meeting of Tamara Chapter,
Mizrachi Women's Oragnization,
on Tuesday evening, at the Crom-
well Hotel.
As part of the festival of Jew-
ish Book Month, members of the
Chapter heard Louis Sch-
wartzman, executive director of
the Bureau of Jewish Education,
in a discussion of Hayim Nach-
man Bialik's book, Aftergrowth.
The meeting also celebrated
the Jewish poet's anniversary at
that time.
J 1 Slvow- Cole al
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State of Israel
$500,000,000
Independence Issue 3-7/2% Coupon Bono's
You'are invited to deposit
Coupon No. 3*
toyour local bant: lor collection of interest payment
on or after November 1, 1952.
You can get your Prospectus end buy your
Israel Bonds
at American Financial and Development Corporation for lsr*l
120 Broadway. New York 5. N. Y., or AFDCI in your community.
On Bondl pgrcne.d on er after May I. 1952. interest represented by
Coupen No. 3 h.i already been paid.


PAGE 4
*JeHisfincrAteM
FRIDAY,
CTO*j,,
Mill FAMILIES SWELL SYMPHONY PATRONS LIST
Among the 1,500 subscribers
for the Sunday evening subscrip-
tion Symphony Concerts at the
Miami Beach Auditorium which
open on November 2nd, with
John Bitter conducting and Ru-
dolf Firkusny as soloist, are the
jollowing: j. t,
, Mis.- Theresa Avert, Rabbi and
Mrs. Mayer Abrnmowlts, Mrs, Benjs-
n In Abrams, Mr, and Mrs A. H
l< Mis Jeaali Adlei, Mi
Janu s Albei t. Mr. and Mm.
and Mrs. m
Mrs Maun
a '. ii. Mr.
Alien. Mr
Ad-
and Mrs.
I. Alders,
Alexander, Mr. and
Allnick, Miss Jacqule
anil Mrs. I......Mini. Mr.
WltUam Allen, Mr and
..us Abe Aim ni". k. Mr. hiicI Mrs.
Joseph Alter, Mrs. Helen Amlyn, Mr.
and Mrs. Sidney l> Ansln, Mrs. .1
Arkln, Mrs. May Ainu.
Mi .mil Mis s Arons, Mr. and
.-' Bholam Asch, Mr and Mrs EM-
ward Atlas and Mr Alvln Atlas, Dr.
Bnd Mrs, Bernard tucrbach, Mtss Ida
August, Mr. and Mrs Joseph M.
Averbook, Mrs Sophie Baa*dade, Mr.
and Mrs Birnesl H Ballsy, Mr. A j.ai. c Banks, Mr. and Mrs a. i".
J:.ii.mi. Miss Jean Barnett, Mr. and
Mrs, Harry Barnhard, Mrs Mlna P.
Ban Miss Bess Barron.
Mr. Alfred Barton, Mn s \v
Maurice Baskln, Mr
Mr iimi Mrs, Joseph
Mrs Hannah Beaulleu,
Thomas 11 Beddall, Dr.
Beer, Dr and Mrs
Mr and Mrs i'alvln
Miss Ruth araenfleld, Mrs. s. A,
arlmaldl. Miss Julia R. Qroat, Mrs
.(.mile uroaalnaTer, Mrs. Rose Gross-
man, Miss Dorothy Ouckes, Miss Hutli
Haber, Mrs Rose Hackett, Mrs.
rli Halm, Miss Elisabeth A.
Mr. and Mrs. Mas Ha.....i in. Mrs. Otto
Hammershlaf, Miss Marietta
rick. Mrs. Philip Hayden,
rial B. Helnemann,
Mauri..- Herts, Mn
Mi and Mm
Mrs David u
Hoffman, Mn
and Mrs William Hoffman, Mi
Mrs. l-.iv W. Hood, Mr
Bernard Horn, Mi
si'.
Mrs Arthur Horowlts, Mrs Many
Horowlts, Mr and Mrs Murraj
wits, Ms William B. Huff.
Hyams, Mr. anil Mrs
man anil Mr. Thoma.
.mil Mrs. Mayer [gnats, Mrs. Louis
Jackson, Mr. Bernard Jacobs,
and Mrs Walter
Joseph J. Jacob
ibson, Dr. ami
. Mi
Hal.....I.
s. Otto
Ham-
Mrs 'lali-
Mr and Mrs
Floyd Hewitt,
1 .onis- llirsli, Mr. and
Hochbera, Miss Helen
I.. K. Huffman. Mi-
ami
and Mrs
M H.nn-
Abraham
Rubin
M IS
iii.l Mi.-
Rosemnn, Mrs P r ""'
Mrs ii N It'
Rosenlhal and
thai, Mi-s Kve
Mrs. '.....R1 II
,.\ Rubin, Mr
I Kill.ill. Mr and
i Mr and Mrs M
Mrs R ibei i Rudolph,
Paul i Rust, Jr
liar..id Ryan, Mr
Mi. (1 Hadowsky.
mn. I.-. Mr and Ml
. Mi s s. Boner
Hrhacht, Mr and Mn
M (Vharhter
Mom-
Mi* Pearl
Maxwell ll> -
Hyman, Dr
. ...ii. Mrs
Rudy I'aiim.
Baumgai ten,
Pol. and Mrs
and Mrs. San
Bell
Martin
ml Mrs Kill,
.- Rergh, Mi and
and Mrs Jack
l!.-i
Mrs.
Ber-
r Bentley, Mi
< nson, Mrs. Roi
J Berke, Mr.
i. ve
Mrs Bett) Barman, Mi and Mrs
Hyman Berman, In Theodore M
Herman, Mrs a i: Bernstein, Mr.
and Mrs Norman Bernstein, Di and
Mis William Bernstein, Mi and Mis.
i pore* .1. Bert man, Mr Robert Bet-
i s. Mr ami Mrs i m. Bilderback,
Ml and Mrs II Bill. iii. -. Mr and
Mrs Sam Blank, Mr and Mrs Wil-
liam yi.vlun.in.
Mr and Mis Martin Bloch, Dr and
Mrs. Valentine Bloch, Mrs Mabel
Ml and Mis William Blume,
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MORRIS
NASATIR
Directing
THE YIDDISH CLASSICAL
HOUR-NOW TWICE WEEKLY
Sunday 12 noon to 1:30 p.m.
Tuesday 7 to 8 p.m.
3 FEATURES ON SUNDAY
University Opens 26th Season Fej
Rudolf Firkusny In Beethoven Cone*
The 26th season of the Univer-
sity of Miami Symphony Orches-
tra will open on Sunday and
Monday evenings, 8:30 p.m., at
the Miami Beach and Dade
County Auditoriums, respective-
ly.
Guest soloist will be the inter-
nationally known pianist, Rudolf
Firkusny. The orchestra will be
under the baton of John Bitter.
Scheduled to be performed are
a Bach transcription of the Pre-
lude in B flat minor by Mr. Bit-
ter, as well as a Bach transcrip-
tion of the Passacaglia and Fug-
ue in C minor by Leopold Sto-
kowski. The orchestra will also
be heard in a reading of Tschai-
kowsky*s Symphony No. 6, in B
minor, Opus 74. the Pathetique.
Mr. Firkusny will perform
Ludwig Van Beethoven's Con-
certo for Piano No. 4, in G major.
Opus 58.
The guest soloist has played
With major symphony orchestras
throughout the nation. Born in
Czechoslovakia, he has reappear-
ed numerous times in Washing-
ton, Montreal, Minneapolis, Tor-
Rudolf Firkusny
onto, Detroit, Boston an
homa.
Some of the musical
with which he has bwn
include the Chicago.
Angeles, Philadelphia,
New York, Baltimore,
and National Symphony
tras.
Daljij
uiz Kiils On
Jewish Forum
First program in a new radio
series, the Greater Miami Hebrew
Academy Quiz Kids, was aired
Sunday morning at ID.4") a.m.,
over station WMIE.
Tlic new panel show will be a
regular feature of Simon Seiden's
Jewish Forum of the Air.
Panelists for the first program
were Efrom Mescheloff, Joseph
Lauer, Rose Berman, Seymour
Spolter and Melvin Sachs. Rabbi
David Shapiro acted as mod-
erator, with guest moderators
scheduled weekly thereafter.
Questions centered around
Hebrew literature and Jewish
life. Dr. David S. Andron, acad-
emy president, introduced the
inaugural program.
GOODWILL GROUP 1
The Goodwill Groupo!(
Miami met on Tuesday, at J
Allister Post No. 1608, Vea
of Foreign Wins. 1608 SIS
Avenue. Mrs. Miriam R. hj|
president, presided.
Benj. Adler 8c Gee. J.
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1. A Child Is Born
2. The Rabbis Corner
3. Life Ln Israel
FEATURES ON TUESDAY
1. Jewish Humor
News From Israel
Missing Persons
2.
3.
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Varied Program
An unusual program for the
occupied mothers is being offer-
ed by the Beach Branch of the
Greater Miami Jewish Commun-
ity Center.
This program is a five-day
week, after-school program
which provides for pickup of the
children at the schools at dismis-
sal time and delivery home at
5 p.m. The activities offered in-
clude Arts and Crafts, Group
Play, Dramatics, Athletics, Danc-
ing and Music, Jewish Festival
Programming, Swimming and
Trips. The Agency provides the
highest health standards for the
children. There are regular vis-
its from a Public Health Nurse
and a committee of local physic-
ians act in a supervisory capac-
ity.
9
Jerome Rubinowitz
Is Bar Mitzvah
Jerome Louis Rubinowitz, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Rubin-
owitz, of 516 15th Street, Miami
Beach, will become Bar Mitzvah
tomorrow morning, November 1st,
at the Hebrew Academy. Rabbi
Alexander S. Gross will officiate.
The Bar Mitzvah was a mem-
ber of the first graduating class
of the Hebrew Academy, June,
1952, and attends Miami Beach
High School.
He is a member of Troop 35.
Miami Beach Boy Scouts, and was
John Stoller Bar
Mitzvah Tomorrow
The Bar Mitzvah of John Stoll-
er, son of Mr. Leon Stoller, 840
16th Street, will take place at the
Miami Beach Jewish Center to-
morrow morning, November 1st.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will of-
ficiate. The Bar Mitzvah is a
student at the Miami Beach Jew-
ish Center Religious School. He
also attends Miami Beach Senior
High School. A reception will
follow the service.
nd Mrs. lack Martin, of
iMeridian Avenue, an-
the Bar Mitzvah of
rjon, Neil, at the Miami
Jewish Center tomor-
horning, November 1st.
Irving Lehrman will of-
The Bar Mitzvah at-
|the Miami Beach Jew-
enter Religious School
Be Ida M. Fisher Junior
School.
klDDLE-AGE LADY
SIRES POSITION AS
)MPANION-COOK
TAKE FULL CHARGE
)OD REFERENCES
Box 2973. Miami 18
luilders of Immortal
Memorials for the
|VDT7 V ni3XD
Jewish Trade
Kent*] by Simon Selden

for the 2-Story White
Building
iond Monument Co.
VRKERS S40.00 PLUS
EMETERY CHARGES
Sundays Phone 4-3249
Name Mrs. Wellins
Committee Head
For Second Term
The B'nai B'rith Youth Com-
mittee, policy forming group of
B'nai B'rith for the B'nai B'rith
Youth Organization, reelected
Mrs. A. Frank Wellins as chair-
man for the second year. A form-
er president of the Coral Gables
Women's chapter, Mrs. Wellins
was a resident of Westchester,
New York. While in that com-
munity she was active in the
Mamaroneck Jewish Center Sis-
terhood and was given a citation
for her outstanding work in the
community. She attended Colum-
bia University and has her CPA.
A resident in Greater Miami
for the past six years, she has
been active in B'nai B'rith and
now holds the position of Par-
liamentarian for the Women's
Council of South Florida. She
is also Southern BBYO chairman
for District No. 5. A resident of
Coral Gables, where she lives
with her husband and two child-
ren, Stanley and Frances, Mrs.
Wellins is a member of the Za-
mora Jewish Center Sisterhood
and was formerly on the Board
of Directors of the Jewish Cen-
ters Association of Greater Mi-
ami.
Op#*it I *i inn On
Parties Toniaht
There will be an open forum
on the subject of the forthcoming
elections on Friday evening, 8:15
p.m., at the Lyceum, 1545 S.W.
3rd Street, sponsored jointly by
the Workmen's Circle, Jewish
Socialist Verband, and the Dade
County Central Labor Union.
The introduction to the discus-
sion will be given by Charles
Towle, Editor, The Miami Labor
Citizen, and Joseph Duntov, Sec-
retary of the Southern District,
the Workmen's Circle. M. G.
Drapkin, of the Labor Political
Committee of Dade County and
Secretary-Treasurer of the Hotel
and Restaurant Employees Un-
ion, will be moderator.
Sam Macy, Manager of the
ILGWU, will introduce the
speakers.
Membership Tea
The home of Mrs. Jack Janoff,
2840 Prairie Avenue, will be the
scene of the next membership
tea to be given by the Brandeis
Chapter, American Jewish Con-
gress, on Thursday, November
6th, at 1 p.m., Mrs. Samuel Ber-
lin will deliver a report on the
Congress program. The rest of
the afternoon will be given over
to cards and Mah Jong.
SPECIAL THIS WEEK
Pearl-Wick Hampers
nvenient Home or Apartment Size, Self-Ventilating
Steal-Ribbed Construction with Decorated Top
G:s3n White Rose Maize
KRIS BROTHERS MIAMI BEACH
1261 WASHINGTON AVENUE
Jerome L. Rubinowitz
catcher lor tne Ail-Star Little
League Baseball Team.
Mrs. Rubinowitz is president of
the Hebrew Academy Women.
Mr. Rubinowitz is a member of
the Board of the Hebrew Acad-
emy and the Miami Beach Apart-
ment House Association. He is
also a member of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Blender,
of Paterson, New Jersey, his ma-
ternal grandparents, will fly here
for the occasion. Others arriving
by plane are Mrs. Robert Lazer-
owitz, of Fairlawn, New Jersey,
his great aunts; Mrs. Catherine
Millmer, Bayonne, New Jersey;
and Mrs. Sarah Zakroff. oi Phila-
delphia. Pennsylvania.
A Kiddush will follow the cere-
mony.
Dinner For Servicemen
The Veterans Committee of
Greater Miami for the B'nai
B'rith Lodge is sponsoring a pro-
ject to have all service men in
the area enjoy Thanksgiving din-
ner on Thursday. November 27th,
in private homes, according to
Leo Steinman, chairman of the
Committee, and Mrs. Helen San-
ders, co-chairman. The evening
will be climaxed by the monthly
stage Door Canteen at the Miami
Beach Auditorium. Invitations
may be mailed to Box 4635, Stein-
man said.
Post Holy llav
Appeal I ps Bond
Sales Here
The post High Holiday appeal i
held at the Hialeah Miami
Springs Jewish Center this week
where $2,000 in bonds were sold,
brought the grand total to $88.-
550, in sixteen synagogues.
The largest amount, $30,450,
was sold at the Miami Beach
Jewish Center with the appeal
conducted by Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man.
How 'Successful this was may
be measured by the fact that the
grand total of appeals made in
fifteen synagogues netted the sum
of $56,100.
In a telegram to Rabbi Lehr-
man, Henry Morgenthau, Jr. ex-
tended congratulations on the er-
sults of the appeal.
The post High Holiday appea
held at the Hialeah-Miami
Springs Jewish Center this week
where $2,000 in bonds were sold,
brought the grand total to S88,-
550 in the sixteen synagogues.
Reverend Leo Heim. Philip Beg-
un and Judge Louis Bandel spoke
for the Bond Campaign, and Clif-
ford A. Straus, Field Director,
conducted the appeal.
Ronald Allen Kronowitz will
become Bar Mitzvah during
Saturday services of Temple
Beth Sholom tomorrow morn-
ing, November 1st, at 9 a.m.
A 9th grade student of Miami
Beach High School, he is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Allen
Kronowitz, 1221 Still water
Drive.
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Levin Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Maur-
ice A. Levin, former operator of
the President Hotel, will take
place Sunday, November 2nd, 1
,p.m., at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with
. Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiat-
' ing. Mr. Levin is survived by his
1 wife, Sarah; a son. Seymour; and
I one brother and two sisters.- Ar-
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The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Wil-
liam Dunner, formerly of 46 N.
E. 47th Street, will take place
Sunday, November 2nd, 4 p.m.,
at Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cem-
etery with Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man officiating. Mr. Dunner is
survived by his wife, Gertrude:
a son. Jay; a brother Abe; and
a sister, Mrs. Clara Mohen, all
of Miami. Arrangements are in
charge of Palmer's Miami Monu-
ment Company; friends and rela-
tives are asked to be present.
Herbert Miller Dies
Herbert Samuel Miller, 21, of
3470 SW 10th Street, one of two
brothers injured in a crash of
their light plane near Tamiami
Airport last Sunday, died at 12:50
a.m. early Friday at Jackson Me-
morial Hospital. His brother,
Martin, 24, was still in serious
condition at Veterans Adminis-
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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 31. 1952
Mrs. Weinstein To
Head Hadassah In
Second Term
Mrs. Irwin Weinstein will be
formally re-elected president <>f
the Greater Miami Chapter of
Hadassah at a ceremony in Tem-
ple Beth Sholem. Miami Beach,
on Monday. November 3rd, 1 p.m.
The affair will mark the of-
ficial close of the current city-
wide membership drive conduct-
ed by Hadassah.
Other Chapter officers on the
1952-53 slate to be installed at
this time are the Mesdames Wil-
liam Althosc, Joseph Shawmut.
TF.MPi..: ISRAEL of Miami
will hold Friday evening services
at 815 p.m. Subject of a sermon
to be delivered by Rabbi Joseph
R. Narot is scheduled as USA
Confidential Or Confident" Oil
Saturday morning, 11 a.m.. Rabbi
Narot will discuss the architects
of the Talmud.

ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
Friday evening services .it 5:30
p.m. Saturday morning services
are at 9 a.m. whin l!.d>l>i II M
Kagan will officiate and discuss
the Weekly Portion of the Law
Mincha is at S:30 p.m., foil
bv Shalos Seudos.
YOUNG ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE
will hold Priua) evening services
at sundown. Saturday morning
services are scheduled lor 8 HO
a.m. Mincha will be at ."> p in .
followed by Shall Seudos under
the sponsorship ol Mr. Herman
' Berk.

BETH El. CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening services
at sundown Saturday morning
services are at 8 'ill am. with
Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky of-
ficiating and preaching on the
Seudos Cantor David Silver man
will chant the musical portions
of all services.

MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL
AND CONGREGATION will hold
Friday evening services at 8:30
p.m. Saturday morning services
aie at 8 30 am. at which time
Ernie, -on of Mi and Mrs Fred
Pick, will become Mar Mitzvah
Rabbi Simon April will officiate
ami respond. A Mishna cj.ns w
scheduled for 4:15.. p.m., with
Mincha and Maaciv following.

7.AMORA JEWISH CffVTFA
will hold regular sesvigea Fri-
day .it 8 15 p.rjn with Reverend
Rudolf E. Brill offitfiatirnr Ar-
thur Deutsch, chairman of the
Religious Committee, will speak
on: Economic Causes Of War.
An Oneg Shabbat will follow
Services will begin at 9 a.m., Sat-
urday, and will be followed by
Kiddush. Mincha is scheduled for
5:15 p.m.

WEST MIAMI JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening
services at 5:30 p.m.. with Oscar
Weinstein officiating. Rabbi Al-
fred Waxman will lead the Con-
topic: The Footprints <>f Cod A gregation in late services at 8:30
Bernard Stevens and Irving Wes-
tin, vice presidents; Ben Zion
Ginsburg. recording secretary;
Leonard Egert, corresponding
secretary; Harry Platoff, finan-
cial secretary; Max Gratz, treas-
urer; and Moses Krieger, parlia-
mentarian.
Rabbi Leon Kronish. officiating
class in Talmud will be at 4 p m
Mincha is at 5 p.m. followed by
Shalos Seudos.

BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE
will hold Friday evening services
at 5:30 p.m. Saturday morning
services are scheduled for 9 a.m.,
with Raboi Max Shapiro and
Cantor Maurice Mamches offici-
ating. The Bar Mitzvah of Stan-
ley, son of Mr and Mrs Morris
Goldstein, will take place at that
time. Floral offerings will be by-
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bandel in
memory of Mr. Bandel's father.
Daily services are at 8 a.m., and
at 5:30 p.m.
Mrs Morris Newmark will
recite the blessings over the Sab-
bath candles. Host and hostess at
the Oneg Shabbat following will
be Mi. and Mrs. Harry Klein.
Saturday morning services are
at 9 a.m.. with Junior Congrega-
tion services scheduled for 11
a.m. Afternoon services will be
at 5:30 p.m.. with Oscar Wein-
stein sponsoring Shalos Seudos.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m. Subject of a discourse
to be delivered by Rabbi Leon
Kronish is scheduled as: The
Election Of Israel And Tuesday,
, November 4th. Saturday morning
KNESETH ISRAEL COSGRE- services will be at 10:45 a.m. The
at the ceremonv. will be principal
CATION will hold Friday eve-
ming services at 5:15 p.m. Satur-
I day morning services are at 8:30
I a.m. Mincha will be at 5:15 p.m..
followed by a Sabbath Social
speaker. The Rabbi will
Hour, with Joel Wortman as host.
leadership in
. Also appearing
will !>,- the HadusHah
Or.
Mr
p. undr
Irwin >*/
critical world.
on the program
Choral
'IRabbi Abraham Cassel and Can-
tor Abraham Self will officiate
it..-
lltUKtCHl %>-
b <&m-
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday .-v.....uu
rvlcaa at &-.30 p.m. Rnturday
Bar Mitzvah of Ronald Allen, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Krono-
witz, will take place at that time.
Cantor Samuel Kelemer will ren-
der the musical portions of the
liturgy.

CORAL CABLES JEWISH
VENTER will hold Friday eve-
ninK services at 8:15 p.m. In rele-
1.1 ..lion of the lll'llli y.-.o of .-, v
Greater Miami's
Synagogue Directory
Ah.1v.1s Israel KjiM I ... I
thlxloX, .'.- iMh SI Mi oi ll>- i. I.
Beth David i Man
i 'omm*i vutlve, S\l -
Miami
Beth El III Shmni vu
thixlux, ..... SW v Miami
Beth Jacob I: ilibl M Irthoilox, :;'-! Ml W h \ % M R
BMh Sholom I: ilihl I...... K
l.lluTll. II II i 'l I* IVi- M II
I Beth Tlil.ih I: ilihl I li I
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Coral G.ihles II ilili M
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Downtown Svn.ifl-..........IiihIhX,
NW Srd \v Miami
Fl.igler-Granad.i NW ilsl l":i i
.Miami.
HMirw i irte nv l!al I
..i m iii-..i--x. 9m -Hi si \t ii
rini.h.lvl. I .. If, H",| I I'll \ II
Hollywood R ililil J.....li II '
.-i milt... :'ii I Ik SI Iloll
Israelite Center I: .......
Sill Ii-. I'lillWI i .ill- '!' SW
T.-r Miami
Kneieth Israel Italilil A In ilia in '"
.i; lirthntlnx. MIS Km llil \\r .
Ml.inn IV li li
Miami Beach Italibl li > Ing I .-
Cnnne-i vntlv*. IT< l Wanh v M I!
Miami Hebrew School Itahl.l .- Ill-ill
Anrll, i Irthotlox. II 'l SW 12th Ivi
Miami.
North Dade Ralthl Harry
i'..ns.-i vallv.-. I MM W Dlxli llluli-
ray, North Miami
North Shore Rablil M lyei VI
wit/., iis.i i.iiu. BSil -'li SI .
Miami [teach
Temple Israel I >l .I.. .(- N'arnt, I;.
r..rm. 137 NK ISth si Mian
Tifereth lirael 6:..... N Miami \'-.
Miami
Wett Miami Rablil Vtfreil "
Conservative, 5720 SW I7lh St.,
Miami
Young Israel OrlhiloX. 4001 Chase
Avt., Miami Ren.-h
Zamora Reverend llu.l.ilf Hrlll, for
servatlve., it Zamora Av Coral
i: ii.iif
the first birthday Of their s in,
Fred. Subject of a sermon to be
discussed by Rabbi Skop is sched-
uled as: Are We Fulfilling Tin-
Covenant? Saturday morning
services will he at 9:30 a.m., fol-
lowed by a Children's service and
Sanctification. Rahhi Skop will
discuss: The Life And Work Ol
The First Jew In History

HEBREW ACADEMY will hold
Friday evening services at 5:30
p.m. Saturday morning services
are scheduled for 9 a.m. An Oneg
Shabbat for children will be at
3 p.m., and will feature singing,
Israeli folk dancing and refresh-
ments under the supervision of
Mrs. Joseph Shapiro. Mincha is
at 5 p.m., followed by Shalos
Seudos. The Bar Mitzvah ol Jer-
ome Rubinowitz will take place
during the Saturday morning
service, with Kiddush following
Library Forms
Great Hooks Group
The Miami Public Memorial Li-
brary in .....peration with the
Cieat Book! Foundation, has an-
nounce. I the formation of a Great
Hooks discussion group as a part
o| the librai \ 's progi am of adult
education A group of i!i> to : adults will meet around a table
.. othei week for two hours
in the evening to discuss the is-
i i -.I in one of the Great
Hooks they have read in advance.
In the iirst year of in readings
'I ks bj 1'laUi. Aristotle.
Machiavelli and others concerned
with such fundaimn^il prob-
lems as God, justice, happiness,
the nature of man. government,
etc. Membership is open to all
who like to read and discuss
ideas. .,
There are no formal classes 01
] rtiin and no tuition fee I)is-
,i .ii-. Mich as these are now
being carried on all over the
country under the auspices of
the Great Hooks Foundation. ,i
non-profit educational organiza-
tion sponsored by the University
of Chicago.
More than a do/en other groups
are forming in the Greater Miami
area Those interested in joining
a group may get information at
any library or phone Mrs. Fran-
ces Downing. 78-0365.
Spivkhw tains
J< th ralum Iri ii *>
Ernest N. Spickler. fund-rais-
ing specialist, has been assigned
from the United Jewish Appeal
to the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation to assist the local staff
in the forthcoming annual cam-
paign conducted in behalf of the
Combined Jewish Appeal, it has
been announced by Federation
Director. Morris Klass.
Spickler will assist in develop-
ing a special project presently
under organization in the apart-
ment house and motel division
of the campaign.
Leaf I rr Training
Cour.M> 0|Mii"s
The fust M.-*bion of the Young
Judaea Leaders Training course
was held on Monday at the home
of Mrs. E. Mandeil. 3164 Sher-
idan Avenue.
Monday night's session was
devoted to the Young Judaea pro-
gram and to the Tsofim of Israel
Herman I'opkin. director of the
Southern Zionist Youth Commis-
ion. led the discussion on
the Young Judaea program.
Miss Rachel Frankel, National
Young Judaea field worker from
Israel. led the discussion
on the Tsofim. Harry J. Son/.
chairman of the Youth Commis-
sion, presented a woi kshop on
scouting in Young Judaea groups.
Victory Breakfast culminatina the Membership Cainpuiqn-of
the Greater Miami Hebrew Academy listening to Rabbi David
Shapiro (standing), describe unusual stories of the summer-
long drive. Amona those at head table at the Strath Haven
hotel are (left to right) Harry Genet, vice president. Judtje Har-
old B. Spaet representing new members; Rubbi Alexander
Gross. Academy principal: and Councilman Harold Turk, rep-
resenting new parents.
Flagler-Granada Holds
Halloween Jamboree
The Flagler-Granada Jewish
Community Center will present
its Third Annual Holloween
Jamboree on Saturday evening.
November 1st, 8 p.m.
Harry Zide, chairman of the
affair, announced that the pro-
gram will include a costume par-
ade with prizes for the most un-
usual outfit.
Sholem Lodge Donates
25 Pints Of Blood Here
i
In cooperation with the Armed
Forces Blood Donor Program.
Sholem Lodge No. 1024, B'nai
i
B'rith. has contributed 25 pints of
! blood from their blood bank, it
lhas been announced by Judge
William L. Pallot. president.
Last year the Lodge contribut-
ed 25 pints to Pratt General Hos-
pital and 23 pints to Mount Sinai
Hospital. Pallot said.
I'M 1 Ins U fi-
lial! Mf IMav
i
The University ol Miami Vars-
ity Basketball Team was in-
troduced to the public last Mon-
Iday night, at the Greatei Miami
Jewish Community ("enter. Town
Branch Gymnasium.
Cy Shadoff. University leading
| scorer in recent years jnd the
I nation's top foul shooter last year
, who is presently assistant coach
i at the University, introduced
the players individually.
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of $2,759,883 to in^bie the- N;i- j
tional Jewish Welfare Board to |
continue its services was adopted
by the JWB Executive Commit-
tee upon the recommendation of
20 Jewish community leaders who
participated in JWB's second an-
nual National Leadership Mobil-
ization for GI and Community
Service here.
This amount will be needed
next year for JWB for its world-
wide religious, morale and wel-
fare services on behalf of 1500,000
Jewish men and wonen in the
United States Armed Forces and
Veterans Administration hospitals
and to buttress home front morale
through service to the 337 Jewish
Community Centers and YMHA's
affiliated with the organization.
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STATE DEPARTMENT INFLATION BRANNAN PLAN
SOCIALIZED MEDICINE PHONEY RFC LOANS 117,000
KOREAN CASUALTIES "LOST" GRAIN SCANDALS
CORRUPT TAX COLLECTORS GOVERNMENT BY CRONIES
"AMBASSADOR" O'DWYER JOB SELLING MAC ARTHUR
Auditor tells House Committee air bases in Africa cost taxpayers more than
$50,000,000 extra in waste, kickbacks, price-boosting. Report to Senate Com-
mittee shows $40,000,000 of polar air base materials cannot be accounted for.
Deputy Division Chr* of Air Force Headquarters found guilty of accepting
money from persons desiring government contracts. RFC director resigns
under fire, then is appointed to the staff of Under Secretary of Navy.
FIRED HIGH COST OF LIVING BACK-BREAKING TAXES
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Truman aide spends rent-free vacation at Miami Saxony Hofel Saxony
received $3,000,000 RFC loan. House Committee hears former Commis
sioner of Internal Revenue has unreported wealth totalling $161,609.
Manager of RFC Boston office gets $9,000,000 loan for Waltham Watch-
then takes $30,000 a year job with WaJtham when Waltham runs into
money trouble, gets new job with RFC at salary of $10,300 a year-
Assistant to Postmaster General sentenced for $600,000 deal to sell commemorative stamps to collectors. Indianapolis Postmaster transfers
$1,500,000 in postal savings to trust company headed by Frank McKinney, later Democratic Nat'l Chairman. OPS hires man who had been
indicted for accepting bribes while employed by Department of Agriculture. Race track receives permit for scarce building materials.
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sumers. Indicted by Grand Jury for selling jobs in OPA: former Mississippi Democrat Comrwtteeman, Chairman State Democrat Committee,
lawyer for Democrat State Committee. Irregularities involving civilian and military personnel revealed at Toledo Ordnance Depot.
Army Chief of Finance reported using his Pentagon office for insurance business. QM Gen. kept five percenter informed of Army purchasing
plans. Brig. Gen. operating Detroit arsenal relieved of his post for accepting favors. $3,000,000 Army depot bought for $205,000 by firm
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MwM ncrMian
raDAY.OCTQBEB 3,
Smorgasbord
For TI2 ICHiVi
A Halloween Smorgasbord last
Sunday evening at the Atlantis
Hotel Roof Garden benefited Tu-
bercular patients hospitalized in
thi County Hospital at Kendall.
SS well as those hospitalized in
the Non-Sectarian Jewish Con-
sumptives' Relief Sanitorium in
Spivak. Colorado.
The event was sponsored by the
Greater Miami Auxiliary. Jewish
C< nsumptives' Relief Society.
with Mrs. Morris Goluskin as
Form USY Branch Art Week Will Be
At Beach Center Marked By Exhibit
Rabbi Irving Lehrman an-
nounces that the Miami Beach
Jewish Center Chapter of Unit-
ed Synagogue Youth, which has
its national headquarters in the
United Synagogue of America,
has been formally organized by
Saul Rabin, educational dlrectoi
of the Center Religious School.
The USY is a Center-sponsored
organization for teen-agers with
a broad program of social, athletic
and cultural activities. Rabin
president. Buffet, erjtertainment said. The Miami Beach Jewish
zr.d music were features of the
evening. In charge of tickets was
Mrs. Sam Kalmus and Mrs. Jerry
P : cher.
Irs. Henrietta Schoenfeld.
van. and Mrs. John Lunin
VJrfi. Joe Richman. co-chair-
: < w< in charge <>f arrange-
nts.
Simon Named Gables
Zionist District Delegate
The Coral Gables Zionist Dis-
trict met recently at the home
Of Mr. and Mis Meyer Fine. 2250
SW 18th Avenue.
Center Chapter was formed dur-
ing the past summer when the
Southeastern Branch ol USY held
a convention in Miami Beat h
with the Center and its Sisti
hood as hosts.
Officers arc Paul Weiss, presi-
dent; Martin Nash, vice
dent: Susan Talianoff, secretary;
and Florence Angerman, treas-
Tlit- Executive Committee con-
sists "f officers and Committee
I n, Others are Member-
ship and Publicity Committee,
headed by Hannah. Forscbj with
Gain Goodman, Rita Klonsky,
Janet Moskowitz, Shavna Rnsen-
liprris Simon, president of the strauch, and Eleanor Rubin; So-
District, was named as delegate 'al and Athletic* Committee.
U. !he Convention of the South-
t astern Zionist Region held in Sa-
vannah. Georgia.
Cantor Malek Entertains
headed by M..xine.Branch s, with
Bruce Hoffman. Sharon Klein-
man. Arthur ollack, Stuart Rubin
and Susan Zeiglei. and the Cul-
tural and Religious Committee.P
headed by Sandra Levy, with
Frank Bauer. Phillip Berkowitz.
,' Dennis Bookshtf U-r, Linda Nash
Ait lovers of the nation are re-
sponding to a national, united ex-
pression of the .nts trom Novem-
ber 1st to 7th. by observing the
annual American Art \Vo< k
Miami Beach's general chair-
man, Mis Reyna Ullmah Young-
erman, announces official recog-
nition here of Art Week with an
exhibit of paintings, sculpture
and ceramics at the Roney Plaza
Hotel on Sunday afternoon. No-
vember 2nd. from 2 to 5:30 p.m.
The exhibition will be open to the
public-.
Mrs. Hildegardc Schine, of the
Roney Plaza Hotel, has donated
the use of the Roney Cardi ns for
the exhibition. Some 250 works
of art are expi cted to be n
The Executive Committee in
... of tile affail include Max
Drossin, He: man Binder, Bernard
Wyle, Bertha Aldrich, Am m
l.oeb. Mrs. Russell Pancoast. Mrs
Martin Feinman, Mis. Warren
Freeman, Mrs Mitchell Gombiner
and Mrs. Claude Renshaw.
On the Reci ption Committee
are Mrs. Theodore Pritikin. Mrs.
Donna Isabella Bradford. Miss
Berta Aldrich. Monte Selig. Lee
Powell, Kenneth oka. Warren
Freeman. Leo Huberman and
Claude Renshaw.
Among the hostesses are the
Mesdames Carl Weinkle, A Pick.
S. Turk. C- Goldberg. H. Kolb, L.
Perry, M. Orovitz, F. Shaffer and
G. Olsen.
Dromedary Products Given Endorsement
By Orthodox Jewish Congregations
Chalk up a new convenience for
Ji wish oiisewives eveiywhere
acquisition of the kosher (U).
Union of Orthodox Jewish Con-
gregations endorsement, by the
producers of famous Dromedary
Dates and Dromedary Cake
Mixes.
Women who maintain a strictly
kosher home are now enthusiasti-
cally joining the countless thou-
sands of housewives throughout
the country who rely regularly |
a choic,^ j
batter and bake. Witi
Dromedarv Uev.l,
Fudge Frosting Mix tm,. ^
Mix. Fru.t Cake! cJftSS
Date Muffin, c-,,n Brea>
Gingerbread Mix, yo ^ ^
pare literally hundreds nf, H
traditiona. cake ^ ^H
pes at a moment, notice ,^H
fort IS negligible; the result t\
superband the reason for 1*1
riot hard to come by The n "I
dary people pioneered in theJ
cake matt J
extra years of .7
penence. all the -pedal vl!I"
edge ^ devotion rql5a
have enabled ,he, ,,^2
and mcrease-the,,- leadership"
this field.
Other Dromeda
are sure to find ,VOi
and your family
on the entire Dromedarv line of | veloPment f
over thirty choice kosher prod- '
llets.
Produced by Hills Brothers, a
name to conjure with in the food
field for dependable quality.
Dromedary products have long
been favorites from coast to coast.
For as long as most people can
remember, Dromedary Dates have
stood alone in their field: the fa-
miliar yellow package, contain-
ing world's choicest dates, pas-
teurized to protect their taste and
quality, has become a traditional
standby in Jewish homes as a
holiday delicacy, an essential in-
gredient in many baking recipes.
And today, with our knowledge
of nutrition. Dromedary Dates are
gaining steadily wider recognition
as the perfect energy food.
product
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Cantor Joseph Malek. the new
Entei tainment Chairman of the
J. v. ish Home for the Aged at and Allan Wolfe.
Douglas Gardens, entertained the
bi-monthly concert last Sunday.
Co-starred with Cantor Malek
Was Mrs Pauline Fried. They
were ace mpanied at the piano
bj Mr. Herman Fried.
Name Dubinsky To Head
National BIG DAY Fete
ST. LOUIS Melvin Dubin-
sky. of St. Louis, one of Amer-
ica's outstanding Jewish leaders
and chairman of the St. Louis
Committee for State of Israel
Bonds, has accepted the national
chairmanship of Israel Bond BIG
Day. which will be observed
throughout the nation on Sun-
day. December 14th.
At I luijlvr
An Annual Costume Jamboree
, will be held at the Flagler-Gran-
I ada Jewish Community Center
tomorrow evening. 8:30 p.m.
Chairman of entertainment is
Harry Zide. Refreshments will be
under the supervision of Al Alt-
man and Mrs. Harry Zide.
The committee in charge of ar-
rangements includes Al Altman.
Irving Seid. Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Stewart. Hilliard Clein and Jack
I Shaw.
with p, |
Date-Nut Roll. 0^%*^
and Chocolate Nut Roll ,,,
delicious varieties of the ponJ
steamed bre*fd that make dele-
ft.! snacks ahd a host f en
able desserts: Dromedary Frofe
and Peels. Moist Coconut, shred-]
ded Coconut. Cranbery Sauce aid
i Pimientos.
The identifying (U) fl
I package or label'is your assx-l
[ance that these Dromedary pro!
I ucts are all produced and'paciei
Keeping pace with Dromedary under the strict supervisionlolfc
Dates in quality and poularity is I Union of Orthodox Jewish cZ
the assortment of nine fine kosher j gregations. Dromed
Dromedary Cake Mixes, each of
them already sifted, blended and
containing the perfect balance of
carefully selected, choice home-
kitchen ingredients. All you need
do is add milk or water, as the
recipe requires, then stir to a
ary prodna
are sold at all leading food stons
in your neighborhood. si
Iltfhl Kwopthtn Vitr isravl llelegatett
Th Travel Agent h lonvvntion Here
A reception in honor of Israel and maps.
ites to the American Society
of Travel Agents Convention was
held reci n'lyfct the Delano Hotel.
according to David U. Core. Unit-
ed States represent:. t:ve of the
Government of Isia. IT.
Center,
On exhrhit was an Israel Room
were shown. The it-
ems were flown here especially
by El Al Israel Airlines. Core
said. According to Gideon W.
Bachmann. director of Public Re-
lations. Israel National Tourist
Center, in New York City, the
following commercial representa-
tives attended as members of the
Form New Group Here
The newly-organized Compan-
ions Of The Forest Of America
met last Wednesday evening at
the Hotel New Yorker, Miami
Beach. Guest of honor was Su-
preme Deputy Mrs. Alberta
Weeks, of SarasoU, Florida, and
Dr. and Mrs. A. Nathan Gillman.
1856 SW 1st Street. The organ-
ization is a non-sectarian, benev-
olent group. Shirley B. Kahn.
founder, said here.
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tion:
Major Yehud Koppel. Traffic-
arid Sales Manager of El Al Israel
Airlines in the United States:
Erwin Popper, managing direc-
tor of Zim Israel Navigation Ltd..
who recently arrived from Israel
to represent his company at the
Convention; Abrahamoff. of Ab-
rahamoff Brothers. Tel Aviv;
Perry, of Onentours. Jerusalem;
Scharff, of Travex. Jerusalem:
Spitz, of Peltours Ltd.. Tel Aviv:
and Goldstein, of Metatours.
Haifa.
Vkc Mayor Burnett Roth of
Miami Beach greeted the Israel
delegates.
The Israel Room and the re-
ception were under the direction
of Core. The reception and di
play represented another link in
| the chain oi endeavors made by
'the Government of Israel's Tour-
ist Department to promote tour-
I n to Israel through the A i
jean travel agents. Core explain-
1 ed.
Usl year, after the termin-
ation of the Asta invention in
Paris, the (; ivernment oj [si le
invited > group of prominent
travel agents for a visa to Is-
rael" he said. -The group u.,.,
headed by the president of ASTA.
A. L. Simmons, and included ag-
ents from all over the |
States. P. Nova, of parr Tours
represented the Miami Beach ar-
es. Since last year's Convention
the Israel National Tourisl Cen-
ter in New York City has served
j as a living exhibition dyoted t ,
the promotion of tourism to Is-
rael.
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*Jm-isJih jst Advisors
)f BBYO Groups
Advisors fr the comin8 year
(he Alcph Zadik and B'nai
jth Girls Youth Chapters of
[ B'nai B'rith Youth Organiza-
Kn were announced here by
j.< Snloy Tobin, chairman of
[ Advisor Personnel Commit-
f and Mrs. A. Frank Wellins,
in (lf the B'nai B'rith
tuth Committee.
Mrs, Rose Lewis and Miss An-
i Daniels, who have acted in
L capacity of advisors four
hie four years, will once again
krk with Hillel BBG and Brow-
(I County BBYO Chapters, re-
Bctively.
Ms. Lewis is a member of the
,:;il Cables B'nai B'rith Wom-
_i"< Chapter, while Miss Daniels
(tl.mus to the Hollywood B'nai
nth Women.
Martin Stein. Irwin Goldhoff
id Leonard Caplin will go in-
their third year with AZA
R 221. AZA Royal Palm and
l.\ Sigma Rho, respectively,
bin and Caplin are members
Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith.
Dldhoff is a member and vice
bsident of Tropical Lodge.
Also i member of Tropical
jdge. Bob Stone, will guide
|ZA lack Rosen, named after
E late Miami Beach Judge.
Slton Fendell, vice president of
( Huricanes Lodge, has been
pointed to advise the AZA
brricanes. National vice presi-
nt of the B'nai B'rith Young
en and Young Women, Elaine
[hwartz, will go into her third
Or as advisor to the Wing BBG,
lined after the Carl Weinkle
mily.
Newly appointed are Mrs. Nat
fciustcrman, Miss Rema Jack-
n. Mrs. Sue Litvak and Miss
Binie Cook, advisors of BBG's
iy. Sholom No. 14, BZB and
respectively, the latter
i for Mis. Irving Lherman.
Advisors are the liason be-
een the BBYO director and its
mbers and serve in a volun-
r i apacity, giving guidance
i direction to the Junior Or-
PAGE 9 B
Kneseth Israel
Lieutenant Gray son Released From
Active Duty; Resumes Law Practice I Gala Games Party

Returning to his law practice
on Miami Beach is Lieutenant
Herman Grayson, who was re-
leased from active duty with the
United States Air Force last Tues-
day and has opened offices for the
practice of law at 605 Lincoln
Road.
A practicing attorney on Miami
Beach when he was recalled to
active duty on January 22, 1951,
Lieutenant Grayson served with
the 435th Troop Carrier Wing,
based at Miami International Air-
port. He was recalled to duty a
month and a half before the Wing
was formed, for the purpose of
setting up personnel and process-
ing sections.
Performing the duty of Group
Personnel Officer for the 435th
Air Base Group, Lieutenant Gray-
son was also called upon to serve
alternately as Trial Counsel and
Defense Counsel during court-
martial sessions.
In August, 1951, Lieutenant
Grayson was graduated from
Classification and Assignment
School at Lowry Air Force Base.
Denver, Colorado. Sent to the
Army Winter Indoctrination
lementary Hebrew
A course in Elementary He-
few for adults is being held
nir-ilay evenings, 8:30 p.m., at
1 '''' Miami Jewish Center.
undue ted by Rabbi Alfred Wax-
n, it is open to residents of
See or Phone Ma
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Kneseth Israel Congregation
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a Gala Games Party on Wednes-
day evening, November 5th, in
the Social Hall of the Synagogue.
Mrs. Esther Eisenstein is chair-
man of the affair, with Mrs. Clara
Weinstock in charge of refresh-
ments.
Others on the Committee in-
clude the Mesdames Ida Fine-
stone, Bertha Meringoff, Celia
Ruppert, Regina Morris, Dorothy
Moss. Belle Caplan, Eva Leopold.
Frances Ullian and Esther Wolfe.
Lt. Herman Grayson
participation in Operation Snow- I
fall.
A veteran of World War II. j
Lieutenant Grayson served in
Home Auxiliary Has
Sherry Memorial Fete
The Annual Card Party and |
Brunch for the Sophie Sherry
Memorial Fund, sponsored by the
Greater Miami Women's Auxil-
iary to the Jewish Home for the
Aged, will be held on Tuesday,
November 4th, 11 a.m., at the
Casa Blanca Hotel. Mrs. Morris
Kriegel is chairman.
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School at Camp Drum. New York, ; Europe, Africa, and the Middle
in November 1951, he graduated
from the Winter Arctic Survival
course and subsequently gave a
series of lectures on the subject to
the 435th T C Wing, prior to its
East, enlisting in the Air Corps
Reserve in 1942 as a Private.
Among his decorations are Bronze
Star, the Air Medal and the Croix
de Guerre.
Before his recall. Lieutenant
; Grayson practiced law at 927 Lin-
S.ngS At Convention icoln Ro^d- Miami Beach. He re-
ceived his Bachelor of Science
Junior Opera Guild
The Junior Opera Guild, divis-
ion of the Opera Guild of Great-
er Miami, presented excerpts
from Die Fledermaus on Monday
before an estimated audience of
2,000 music teachers at the Flor-
ida State Music Teachers' Con-
vention in session here at the
McAllister Hotel through last
Wednesday.
Organized in 1948, by Dr. Ar-
turo di Filippi, the Junior Opera
Guild includes music students
and operatic aspirants who will
this year understudy the Metro-
politan and City Center Opera
stars in the forthcoming Guild
presentations of Gianni Schicchi,
Cavalleria Rusticana and La
Traviata.
and Law degrees from the Uni-
versity of Miami. Lieutenant
Grayson is a member of Phi Ep-
silon Pi Fraternity, Mu Sigma
Fraternity, the Florida Bar Asso-
ciation, the Miami Beach Bar As-
sociation, the Civic League, the
American Legion Post No. 85.
and a charter member of the Air
Force Association.
He is married to the former
Vivian Cirlin and resides at 163
North Shore Drive, Miami Beach.
ffoosvi t>lt U'offfftfn
Mvttv Mrs. Sottz
A "Summer in Israel" was
spent by members of the Eleanor
Roosevelt Chapter, B'nai B'rith
Women, recently at the El Com-
modoro Hotel through a travel-
ogue speech by past president and
counselor, Mrs. Roslyn Soltz.
A short business meeting pre-
ceded the talk at which time the
following women were placed on
the board of directors:
The Mesdames Jane Robinson,
donor; Blossom Tartakow, re-
freshments; Evie Falke. histor-
ian; Lenore Goldstein, hospital-
ity; Laura Reimer, aid to Israel;
and Betty Ann Marshall, reten-
tion.
Plans were also completed to
hold a Halloween Party on Oc-
tober 29th, a Fashion Shew on
November 19th. and a Chanukah
Party for members and then-
children on December 12th, at
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J^^SIOBER
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Capitol Spotlight
Gilbert Rappaport Is New Assistant
Executive Of Regional Zionist Youth
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Copyi ; 1952. Jewish Telegraphic Agencv,dm
Gilbert R;ipp;ipnrt. of Miami
h, has bi i n app linted as-
nt executive director of the
Southern Zi nisi Youth Commis-
sion.
WASHINGTON The growth of McCarthyism is ed Jack Beckei I Jacksonville,
by President Truman a threat to K: : : South-
was revealed when the President warned i peech at Buffal eastern Zionist Youth Commis-
New York, that "the hysteria may turn I groups -' announced that Rappaport
; irrow." will work directly nut of the At-
"Once these deep forces of prejudice and el nd will maintain
I se." Mr. Truman said, "no one can I |uart' ,. ; *.*"
I teai u nation parl settii gainst group, crei d
reed, the older immigrant .-: >cks against thi newer."
Senatoi Herbert H. Lehman, the Senate's leading n of
civil tii ind ted ila nceri n I A
F( i n of Labor. The Serial said Md
f. r such un-An ericai islation I -.-..
A t and the Anti-Immigi tion Act bo1
veto." Hi ion .
used a rid
icti
I se false patriot Just put an Att I
\ wants I i the spirit of the titul
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thyil patriots"
I n sa:d "they t testioi
I IcCarthyism led "the great?.*!
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infect -.-..-
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The appointment of Cecily diana where she taught school for
Kahn and Esther Kaufman as ad- four years prior to coming to Mi-
visors to the Teen Age and ami.
Young Adult programs for the ~,iVr.rrv. -------
Greater Miami Jewish Commun- ^'" .....%....V.V.V,
ity Center was announced last MUSIC
week by Emanuel Tropp. direc-
tor of Activities.
Miss Kahn will be advisor to
the Teen Age Council at the
Town Branch, where fifteen
youth groups will be selecting
tegular delegates to represent
them. The Council meets regu-
larly to plan weekly dances and
other special functions.
Also presently on the staff of
the Nursery School at the Flag-
Jer-Granada Jewish Center, Miss
Kahn was head counselor of one
of the Center's day camps last
summer. She is a graduate of
Temple University.
At the Center's Beach Branch,
the Teen Age and Young Adult
program will be coordinated by
Miss Kaufman who is now a sen-
ior at the University of Miami
Law School. She will be staffing
the Youth Council at this loca-
tion, which consists of represen-
tatives from 14 Teen Age Clubs
meeting at the Beach Branch.
She will also work with the
Young Adult Planning Commit-
tee known for its sponsorship of
the Sunday night dances.
Miss Kaufman hails from In-
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bji '
riCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
[i-K IS HEREBY (ilVKN that
lerslgned, desiring to engage In
, under tin- fictitious name or
11K A< 11 RKNDIX COMPANY.
rnlliiiH Avenue, Miami Beach,
Intend to rcalster aal , c*lerk of the Clrcfllt Court of
'nuntv. Florida.
CHARLES WEINOARTEN
MARGIE WEINOARTEN
17-1
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 153749
[,HN v DFOOAN, Plaintiff
i-i.-i, iil'CCAN. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
\i xkki. DUOOAN
, ii Crane* Trailer Park
Chattanooga, Tennessee.
AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED
i i:i|| uf Complaint for Divorce
I., en filed against you In the
, entitled cause and you are
,,. required to serve a copy of
I, \nswei t.i the Hill of UMnplalnt
plaintiff's attorney, and tile Ui"
fcinal in the office of the clerk of
iicull Court on or'-taefona the
h .l.iv of November, 1932, otherwise
ii!.. ., |'i" Confessy will be nter-
against you.
This notice shall be published once
Irn week for four consecutive^ weeks
I THE JEWISH F1/>R1DIAN.
K{..-. .t .it Miami. Florida, this 14th
ol i ii tober, I9."i2.
E II LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk
Ifl.N Mill B. MAMILKK
Itomey for Plaintiff
Ingraham Building
Ua'ui Florida
ij.m-ji ii/T
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thu
the undersigned, desiring !,, engage In
NVTiovIV "." ''<""<""' "me '
.,. AX,ONAI- CREDIT CARD ok
FLORIDA. SOCTHEHN Hi VISION
Int. ^H".'"'" \M BMft- Mii,ml H'llh
Intends to register said name with the
County'."noHda1""" CWtt '" "a""
10/24-31 11/T-.4 W"'UAM CH^l:
DhEI'll
Ittorney
2:: .-, > I
| Florida
:--'t-:'.l 11/
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
LEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 153705
RA.VCES KARRANT, Plaintiff,
RVARDo JOSEPH KKI1HAXT,
II \RH I- ERRANTK.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ti RICCARHo JOSEPH PERRANT
In I n man St..
.-'. X. Y.
Ven hi n by notified that itiii
I tint for Divorce ha* been
>-in. and you are rc-
erve .i copy of your Ana-
I'li udlng to the liill of i'iim-
he plaintiff* Attorne). and
islnal Answer or Pleading
of the Clerk of the 'li -
in befoi a the i ith da)
( S'oxi ihIht, 1952. If you fail to
: nlgmenl by default will be
n ngainsl you f'*v the relief .!.--
': < Bill of Complaint.
This noti shall be published once
foui consecutive weeks
I THE JEWISH FI-ORIDIAN.
PONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
lorlda, ibis nth day of October, AH
E. I! I.EATHER.MAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida
"in t Seal)
By WM W. STOCKING.
Heputy Clerk
C.OLDEN. Esq.
for Plaintiff
Id llldg.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
undersigned, desiring to engage In
---- under the fictitious name of
M'tPENDENT PIIJ, AND TOP
Ml. CO., at Mo;- N. W. 2th Avenue.
nit-mis to register said name

ith th.- clerk of the Circuit Court
if I '.i'l.- County, Florida.
ERNEST LEDER
Sole Owner
: II 11/7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
I IS HEREBY GIVEN that
dgned, desiring to engage In
under the fictitious name of
Mil, in am, FABRICS, at Ml Glr-
\Mime, Coral Cables, Florida,
ii.l to register said name with the
ik of the Circuit Court of Dade
] lorlda.
WHITEHALL FARRICS. INC.
JIAKOLD KARI. HALRERT
VLORENCE HAI.PERT
l JERRY WINTERS
1 1-31 11/7______________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
, .. .,, NAME LAW
I N" I ICE IS HEREBY (1IVEN that
undersigned, desiring to engage In
under the fictitious name of
, .' K" SOU. CO.. CERTIFIED
j..\.\li ii i :lt snake Creek and N. W.
1 Avenu.-. Miami. Florida. Intends
; reKlsler said name with the -Clerk
' OlreuH Court of Dade County,
CERTIFIED MUCK
soil. CO., INC
{M>RIK .1. TAI.IANOFF. ESQ.
.'"!""1 ,,,r Applicant
Beach. Fla.
1 I 11/7
NOTICE IINOFR .FICTITIOUS
v....... NAME LAW
"i'1- IS Ih-.kEb* OIVEN that
ned, desiring to engage in
under the fictitious name of
1'" I KATI-RRS CO. (not Inc.)
Street. Miami Beach, l-'l..r-
lo register said name with
the Circuit Court of Dade
Florida.
DOROTHY SEIDERMAN,
s,,i,- owner,
FABER
MAItX
^Building
NOTICE UNDER"
\.
-

I'
I
FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS HEREBY GIVEN that
'-"'' d. rteslt lug to engage In
the fictitious name ol
' PER MARKET, at 504
Street, Miami. Florida.
Florid**
SHIRLEY
name with the
circuit Court of Dade
n!!,:"i""(E;
liV. '""% f..r j
PfflWe.
SIMMONS
\I.BERT A. SIMMONS
SAKOWITZ
or Regl.trants
&^- n'orid'a1"""""
... ^.N2TiCE T0 CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 2*586-B
In Re: ESTATE OK
max ROSEN, Deceased
lo All Creditors and All Person* Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
bald Estate:
v"u-.and each of yu, are hereby
notified and required to present anv
claims and demands which vou, or
either of you. may have against the
estate of MAX ROSEN, deceased late
of IJada. County, Florida, to the Hon-
orable Connty Judges f Dade County,
and file the same In their office in the
County Courthouse In Dade County,
Florida, within eight calendar months
-fl hereof. Said claims or demands to
contain the legal address of the claim-
ant and to be sworn to and presented
as aforesaid, or same will be barred
' Date October 10, A D. 1852.
SADIE ROSEN
As Executrix of the East
will and Testament of
MAX ROSEN. Deceased.
JOSEPH GODDEN
Attorney for Executrix
82| Seybold llldg.
Miami. Florida
10/17-24-31 11/7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BOWER'S BATTERY AND SPARK
I'LIO COMPANY OF MASSACHUS-
ETTS, at M36 N. W. 21th Street, Mi-
ami. Mori.la, Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
('curt of Dade County. Florida.
c P BnWERS
A. .I MACRAE
PALLOT, SILVER A; MILLOY
Attorney* for < iwnera
804 Ingraham Bids,
Miami. Fla,
in 17-24-31 ll 7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Nl ITICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
sci ITT ft COMPANY, at 3860 N. B.
2nd Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court "f Dade Counts,
Florida.
ELI BHEPPARD
BILLIE SHEPPARD
KOVNER A MANNHEIM ER
Attorneys for Bcott *.- Company
10/10-17-24-31
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
VALl'E SPECIALTIES COMPANY,
at 6601 S. Dixie Highway. Miami,
Florida, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
STANLEY RASKIN-
GENET & GENET
Attorneys For Stanley Raskin
10/10-17-24-31
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
NT-ERA FABRICS FOAM RIH-
BER PRODUCTS, at 920 71st Street.
Miami Beach. Florida, intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
FIO"da- PAUL SCHWARTZ
(Paul Schwarts)
in,ia-17-21-31
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
-business under the fictitious name of
SAWDUST TRAIL, at 1640 N. \\ 2nd
-Vvenue, Miami. Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
ALBERTA M. PORTER
STEPHEN K KKSSl.rilt
Attorney for Applicant
2200 W. Flagler Street
10/10-17-24-31 _______________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious iramc pi
OLYMPIA REALTY, at MS Olympla
Building. Intends to reg Isle r sa Id
name with the Clerk of the < Ircull
Court of Dad- County. M AMOS BENJAMIN
Reg. Real Estate Broksr
10/10-17-24-31 _________,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious inune Of
INDIES RATTAN, at :i0 V E. Ml
Street. Miami. Florida, intend t" r.-iu -
s'.i- said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court Of Dad. c.uiity. I-loi-
l-*- ELI SHEPPARD
R1LLIE SHEPPARD
KOVNER .\ MAN.VHEIMER
tttornevs for Indie* Rattan
10 10-17-24-31 __________
riRCUITCOURT, 11th JUDICIAL
C RCU T DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
C RdCaU In chancery, no ,53503
BILL FOR DIVORCE
JOSEPH J VELTHvrs. PlainUff
,,,.,.. -
-.lalntlf.
ii.-ai answei with i,i-. -'
clerk on or before Novembei ... i.'j-,
o! default thereof wlU be enterad
*" 'V'i: Le'aTHERMAN.
Clerk
(Court fcgJJ R H JR
Deputv Clerk.
PERRY BITTEL Plalnllff* Attorney,
ill Lincoln Road. Miami Beach.
10/10-17-14-31
LEGA^ NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
.NTJPK ,S "KRERY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of
BREAKWATER HOTEL
at 140 Ocean Drive, Miami Reach.
florl.lii intend to register said name
with the ( lerk of the Circuit Courl
of Dade County, Florida.
AARON II. COPRSIION
ALBERT POLLAK
PAII. P(.I,i.AK
10/21-3. ,,/7-h ******
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
he undersigned, desiring to engage in
HS'gf under the fictitious name of
HERB fa car. ;,, nun,ber MSg N. w
i.th Ave.. in Dade County, Florida,
intends to register tjie said nwne with
the Clerk of the4'lrcuit Courl of Dade
County, Florida.
-.. ~ HERBERT BRA IN
THEODORE R. WAYNE, Att/y
2146 Ponce de Leon i:K,|._
Coral Oables, Fla. ^
10/31 11/7-14-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage ill
business under the fictitious name of
MAXONS OH MIAMI, at 22S N E
1st Avenue and 44:1 N. Miami Avenue,
Miami. Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
,..-.. MAX SAFRA
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Owner
Seybold iiidg.
10/31 11/7-14-21
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, NO.
153979
HARI.AND .! ZELLAR
vs.
MARGARET M ZELLAR
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: MARGARET M. ZELLAR
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you. and you are required
to serve I copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiffs Attorney, STEPHKN
F kf.ssi.kr. 22ml W, Flagler St..
Miami and file the original Answer or
Pleading in the office of the Clerk
"f the circuit Court on or before the
22nd day of November, I9B2 If vou
fail to do so, judgment by default
will be taken against vou for the
relief demanded lir the Bill of Com-
plaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for. four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLOR1DIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Honda, this 22nd day of October
AD. 1952.
E. B. LEA THERM AN,
. Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. \V. STOCKING
Deputy Clerk
10/24-31 11/7-14
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY
OP ORLANDO, at 6HII N W. 13th
Street. Miami. Florida, intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade Countv,
Florida.
NATIONAL BEVERAGES, INC.
BY: SAMUEL BLANK.
President
MYERS, HEIMAN A: KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
in 21 11 7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the flnitinus name of
CHAMPAGNE HOCK BAR
at 6X07 N. W. 7th Avenue. Miami in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Cou/t of Dade
County, Florida.
CHARLES A. WIC.l.ESWORTH
STEPHEN K. Kl-:ssi,l-:i:
Attorney for Applicant
2200 W. Flagler St.
10/24.31 11/7-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring lo engage in
business under the fictitious name "f
BOMBAY LOl'XOE, nl :"! Collins
Avenue, Miami Beach, Intend to reg
Ister said name with the clerk of the
Circuit Courl --f Dade County, Flor-
ida.
CHARLES QRl ISSMAN
LESTER A. ZL'TTY
HARRY Kl.CHECK
Co- Partners
MALVIN i:\GI.ANDER
Attorney for Applicants
311 Lincoln Road
10/31 11 '7-11-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engac. in
business under the fictitious name of
ALTON OITBOARD BOAT RENTAL,
at number 38-' Alton Road, Miami
Beach. Florida, intends to register the
said name with the clerk "f the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
DATED at Miami Beach, Florida.
this 23rd day "f October. 19,'.2.
VINCE DE BoNIS
Sole Owner
KIMMEL AND KIMMEL
Attorneys At I^aw
605 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
10/31 11/7-14-21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY.
No. 153623
HELEN I.IERERMAN, Plaintiff,
vs.
NATHAN I.IERERMAN. Defendant.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: NATHAN LIEBERMAN
54 Barker Street
Hartford, Connecticut
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you and you are hereby
required t" serve a copy of your
Answer to the Bill of Complaint on
Plaintiffs Attorney anil file the Orig-
inal Answer in the office Of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida, on or before the 7th day of
November, 1952; otherwise, the al-
legations of said Bill Of Complaint
will be taken as confessed against
' Dated this gth day of October, 1952.
E I! I.EATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court
By R. II. RICE. JR (Seal)
Deputv Clerk
GEORGE -I TAI.IANOFF. ESQ.
Attorney for Plaintiff
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
in/10-17-24-.U
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
NO. 153628
ERNEST KOBROCK, Plaintiff
MARIE KOBROCK. Defendant
residence unknown
SUIT FOR OIVORCE
Ti>: MARIE KOBROCK
You are hereb) notified that a BUI
mplatnl for 11>..... has bi .
riled againal ysu, and you are re-
quired lo serve copj ol yi u Ans-
wer or Pli ai thi Bill ol Com-
Plaint on the nlalntlfl Attorney,
STEPHEN 1' KESSLER, 2100 W.
Flagler st M ami. Wa.. and file the
original Answer or Pleading In tie-
office of the Clerk "f the Circuit
Courl -ii oi bi fore the Jth di i ol
Novembi If yi .i fall to do o,
ludgmenl by default will be taken
against you f. i the relief demanded In
the Bill "f Complaint.
DONE AM' ORDERED a) Miami,
Florida, this '.. da) of October, A.D.
1*5]
E. B., I.EATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court.
D.de County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIC.E
Deputy Clerk
10/10-17-24-81
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
novice is Hereby given that
the undersigned, desiring to < ngage In
business under the fictitious name --f
TROPICAL DISTRIBUTORS, at II""
N. w tSrd St.. Miami, Florida, Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit curt of Dade County,
Florida.
HARRY STEIN
LEO ROST
1" 1"17-21-21
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE, No
2XKI9B
In Re: ESTATE OF
CHARLES STANLEY a/k/a
CHARLES KDWARD STANLEY
1 leceased
To All Creditors and All Person*
Having Claims or Demands Agnin.-t
Said Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereb}
notified and' required to presenl in)
claims and demands which you. or
either of you. may have against the
estate of CHARLES EDWARD STAN-
LEY deceased late of Dad.- County,
Florida. to the Honorable I'fiUlllv
Judge* "f Dade County, and file tie
same in his office in the Count!
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida.
within eight calendar months fi rm
the date of the first publication here-
of Said claims or demands to contain
the legal address of the claimant and
to be sworn to and presented as afore-
said, or same will be barrel
Date October 22, AD. lSS.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
As Administrator of the Estate of
CHARLES EDWARD STANLEY
I ,--eased.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Administrator
10/24-31 11/7-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
business under the fictitious name of
PALM HARBOR APARTMENTS and
PALM HARBOR HOTEL, at 10"ir.
West Bay Harbor Drive. Bay Harbor
Islands, Florida, intend to regi-'-r
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida
MICHAEL D HI
LEAH I.AYTON
SADIE LAYTON
KOVNER & MANNHEIMER
Attorneys for Applicants
420- Lincoln Road
Miami ll.a.h. Florida
10/17-24-31 11 T
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 153613
ERNEST D. SIMS. Plaintiff
vs,
CHARLOTTE MARGERY SIMS.
I lefendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: CHARLOTTE MARGERY SIMS
3201 Chestnut
lAtns Beach. California
You ai> hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you. and vou are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Ans-
wer or Pleading to the Bill of Com-
plaint on the plaintiff's Attorney.
HERMAN COHEN", 130S Congress
Building, Miami :!2. Florida, and file
the original Answer or Pleading in
the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before the 12th day
of November, 1952. If you fail to do
so, Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
l-.ciil.i, this 15th day of October.
A.D. 1952.
K. R. LEATHERMAN,
Ci.-rk. Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida
(Circuit Conit Seal)
Hy.M. C. FEIGE,
Deputy Clerk
HERMAN COHEN
Attorney for Plaintiff
1305 Congress Building
Miami 32. Florida
in 17-24-31 >ooi;'
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engag.
business under the fictitious nami l
BARGAINS' GALORE, at 12"7 N. IV
Srd Avenue. Miami. Florida, int.-ii I.,-
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
I- |oi :-l.-
STUART GINSBERI
i s..]e i iwner)
l" 17-21 '.l : t :
NOTiqe. Y PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
..... No. 153814
CLAM "ITlrt'DERSON, Plaintiff
vs.
BENJAMIN RIU'DEI'.Si IN,
Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: BENJAMIN BRODBR80N
Chief Carpenter
U.S.S. SALSBDKY IAV-13)
c o Postmaster
San Francisco. California.
You are hereby notified thai a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has l n
filed against vou. and you are re-
quired I" serve a ropy of your Ans-
w,i or Pleading to the Bill of Com-
plaint on the idaintiff's Attorney.
Herman cohkn. mos congress
Building. Miami 82, Florida, and file
original Answer or Pleading in
th.- office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Com t on r before the 12th day of
November, 19**. If you fail to do BO,
JllSfmcnt bj default will be taken
against WU for the relief demanded
In the Bill of Complaint.
This notice sh.,11 be published once
each week for four consecutive week*
in THE JEWISH 1-LOR11 'I AN.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, this r>th day of October,
A.D. 1952,
i: B, LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
Bj M, c FEIQE,
Deputy Clerk
HERMAN IHEN
Attorney foi Plaintiff
1205 I Bu Idlng
\i I 12, FT : Ids
1" '7-24.::i 11/7
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN COUNTY .ll'DGI'.S COURT.
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA NO
27308
RE ESTATE IF
FANNIE Wl ILPE, I leceaaed,
Ni ITICE is hereb> given thai I I
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge s* Executor of thi
estate of FANNIE WOLPE, deceaa
and that on the 2l day of November,
1952, "ill appls I" one of the Hi..... -
able County Judges of Dade Count'.
Florida. i"i approval of said final n -
port and for final discharge as E.\. i-
tor of the Estate of FANNIE WOLP i
decease fl.
This 17th-dav of October, 1152.
s. MYER a WOLPPPE
As BSecutor of the Estate of
Fannie Wolpe, Deceased.
MAX R, SILVER
Attorney for Executor
H22 Seybold uilding
Miami 32. Florida
10/24-31 11/7-14
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.-
IN CHANCERY NO. 153641-C.
CALDONIA LANE. Plaintiff.
vs.
DAVID LANE. Defendant.
TO: DAVID LANE
Address I'nknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED-
that a Bill "f Complaint for Duo.,,
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 plaintiff's attorney,
BEN ESSEN, and file the original An-
swer or pleading in the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on oi be-
fore 'he lth dnv of November, 1952:
Otherwise thi Bill of Complaint for
Divorce heretofore filed herein will be
taken as conlesscd by vou.
Dated: October 20th. uir>2.
E B. I.EATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Dole County, Florida.
(Circuit Conn Seali
B] WM. W. BTOCKINO.
Deputy Clerk.
BEN 'ESSEN
Attorney for Plaintiff
823 Seybold Bldg.
Miami. Florida
10/24-31 11 .'7-14
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
Th* Jewish Floridlan S4>
Bdbj your legal notice*.
We appre clcrt e your
patronage and guaran-
tee accurate Trie* at
legal rate*. Phone 2-1141
tor messenger serrlce.
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\ V I FAGEVA > lf**i*tflcrkmn &txlctlu J Velalib HELEN ALPERT Mae West. Samson and Delilah and the King of Siam will be all over the place Saturday night — at the Roney Plaza — when the 52 Association welcomes the community to its first Beaux Arts Ball Lady Beatrice says the $3 tariffs really worth triple: — you might snag a hefty prize, and you'll be dancing around one of those famed buffets Come in costume or not. as you please, says she: tut please come And you might also land under one of those balloons which will drip more prizes. Personally Speaking Returned from a four-month 'stay in Boston and Cambridge, Massachusetts, is Joseph A. Kogos, of 814 Michigan Avenue, Miami Beach. Mrs. Lenore Hauer and Mrs. Beulah Davis. Miami Beach, left for the North to attend the National Convention in Detroit. Michigan. They will also visit Canada and Chicago. Mr. and~Mrs"""E""Flaum. 2990 SW 11th Street, have just returned from Woodbridge, New SonvjJ Pallot Is Betrothed To Richard Horwich; Bridetfroom-Klect Law student *~ V *s. She's the new publicity head for the 52 Association. They do turned irom "">""£• £ !" fine work ceaseless!, wee, in andweeU out. for the vets in Pratt i Jersey wh-JJ they^is.ted their ghte f a prize herself, for she's hung up a \ months. fine Hcspital She typifies something of a prize nersen. tor sne s nuns UH i record at the Sans Souci Blue Sail's Room — three years —. (At the moment, her crystal-ball sees Stevenson as the winnah. despite the nation's press so heavily-weighted against the guy). POLITICAL WINNINGS were also in the hat for the^ Daniel Hoffman family, residents here Back home m Kingston. NY.. Hoff..:: :'. r Citj Judgt — and Wise. Miller Troth Is Told Here The engagement of their daughter. Nanci Dale, to Morton S. Mil\PE\LS FOR HELP i m Robert Zwig on behalf Her. son of Mrs. Reba Miller. 1551 oi his if St V: S.:-..-.: : the fifth time in 11 I Lenox Avenue. Miami Beach, was • f or her n. Mr Zwig is imploring I announced early this week by ,j. donors ssyou he adds. the bride-elect's parents. Mr. and A p stcard written th huge enthusiasm, packed with much Mrs. A. M. Wise. 33. SW 28th at Lit ^t V rk*s shed in from Florry Loeb. She Road. red -p in terrific time!" Miss Wise, a native Miamian. One compelling il p I il in the National Art Week exhibits'was graduated from Miami High I inj -:. up and I %  % %  "• the Beach is that of Chris Barton, exe, School. Chris Gl Artist -lv acknowledges this to be Mr. Miller also graduated from his It's due at the Sorrento And Chris!Miami High School and attended Barton is Martin Feini latest find — at Modernage. he's asthe University of Florida, where The ther afternoon, handsome Barton was j he was president of Alpha Epsilon ling .. | 'Venetian glass vases being given a sale-tag. Pi Fraternity. He is an Army Air ..-•. .. oit lower.'' he warned. "I'll snap them up myForce veteran. st '• Bar: ( a trip to Leo Alpert's new office, just ]\'t^> A 1*1CIIC Till'sllls thers d it, thers being Leo himself who hired scads • carpi nters, ; : inters and itindproof men to create the layout he %  d. When the walls and carpeting finally snuggled up to each other, a lamp was needed Sid Lewis sent word to drop inl his .:• rat r's shop, maybe he had something they liked. Louis< went t — and way in the back she spotted it — a glowing' MarleneTurner At Sweet Sixteen Dance Mr. -and Mrs. Ben Chasin. of 1T35 Marseille Drive. Miami, Beach, and Mr. and Mrs. Antoine I srvt of color like a carved flame. The three of them rushed it up ono n i J /-• -i. Turner, of 6082 Indian Creek j Drive. Miami Beach, will enter( tain tomorrow evening, November 1st. 8:15 p.m.. in the Morocco Room of the Casablanca Hotel. Guests of honor will be Mrs. Chasin's daughter. Miss Arlenc Tarshis. and Mr. and Mrs. Turner's daughter. Miss Marlene Turner, whose birthdays will be observed at a Sweet Sixteen J Dinner Dance. Among those present, in adj dition to the Misses Tarshis and j Turner, will be Marilyn Kaslow. ( Doreen Brody, Rita Rosenbaum, Doris Jacobs. Barbara Stern. Eil. een Wigodner, Carole Newman. Yvonne Gilbert. Rusonia Fine] stein. Iris Jacobs. Ellen Walsey. the elevati r to eye its effect against the surrounding blue-greens .md didn't have to say a word. Perfect. PEOPLE: Monday's inundations had their friends in a fret — the Michael Brcnsteins' plane was supposed to land smack in the middle of the torrent And simply staggered by the rising tides in their garage was Mrs Albert Goldman who wailed: "But listen, it's never done this bef< re!" Max Irals n, due. at a hotel luncheon Wednesday, was quite '.' Til here." he said. "Until Wednesday —" But this is a busy week at the Mercantile Bank building on In Road. The whole front leaked, and executives in their fr nt offices padded around barefoot wondering what the (profane* to do with hundreds of yards of rugs — squushing water — ONLY SOLUTION would be to hang 'em on the clotheslines being prepared for the coming art shows — AND NOW FOR ART: If I must say so — and I will! — this is the best place in which Miss Sonya Pallot rienne Katz. Bernice We'.ss, Delores Habib. Annette Rubin. Luba Benson. Harriet Malter. Audrey Raskin. Judy Miller. Patsy Gross, Ruth Frank. Ronnee Koovler. Joan Gould. Ilene Goldman. Joan Holland, Sally Brandeis, Maddy Paley. Pepi Granat. Gloria Peltz. Marily Apple. Sherry Scope, Suzanne Covan, Shirto give yourself the complete art-schedule for the Miami Beach j Leta Goldstrom. Elise Kosch. Adp?ram ,in National Art Week. Everywhere else, the thing's been jumbled by careless reprinting: so clip it if you wish — and FOLLOW THROUGH Official opening takes place at the Roney Gardens on Nov. 2nd through the afternoon hours of 2 p.m. to 5 p m On Nov. 3rd. the Sea Isle launches its all-week show by professionals ... On Nov. 4th. the Delano unveils an amateur show. from 2 p.m. to half-past 8 in the evening On Nov. 5th. also from 2 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., you can catch the Sorrento's arts and crafts exhibits, and commercial art On Nov. 8th — Saturday — there'll be the eagerlv-awaited clothesline and sale show at the Boulevard Hotel. Hours are 1 p.m. le\MarcusTEmice^WeTnkie.'joan A!" ',' ,, ,„ .. Patti. Jimmv Orvitz. Bob MattsAnd clocked as an experiment (Reyna Youngerman's idea) is Ion Flarningo Park;* 'Sunday Painters' Day". Reyna says there are lots) Tommy Aronold, Richard Knot Sunday painters like Sunday drivers. I figure who love ner. Dave Parker. Dick dine that easel and brushes and shes hoping they'll turn out. drape JMax Hagan. Bob Forman. David tnemselves around their palettes and show us how its done |Lehrman, Larry Brononfeld In turn, as you ve always noted, admirers drape themselves around R.chard Fine, Mom Lefkow Jerthe artists I mean, look at the crowds Winston Churchill draws! ry Schwartz. Martv Baron 'ErnSo. if he can do it — The public's cordially invited. There's never an admission or covei charge, as the nightclubs say. Just come and lap it all up You're right — there are a couple of lectures scheduled here ;>r.d there, but they have to be by invitation, since ^eating's limited. Everything else is wide open and waiting for you! ON THE BEAT: It's no longer a rumor — seems to be so — that the area's about tc be invaded by a small "neighborhood newspaper" aiming to gr-r-row! Everybody's still chuckling over Irv Denis' fishing trip. This was his first in years. Happily he sailed out. Our bouncing fish must've se/it word along the line it was merely Irv — because before he realized it. they'd choicely nibbled off all his bait. Irv, though, is not a man who admits defeat. He countered by baiting his hook with the next thing handy — excellent steak he'd brought fcr ship dinner His spouse Syd welcomed the catch, but happened to ask suspiciously: "How'd you get them?" Irv said, "All I had to do was swap steak for fish." Yours for fewer Izaak Waltons — Mr. and Mrs. Jack S. Pallot, | of 3031 NW 15th Street, Miami. [ announce the engagement of I their daughter. Sonya, to Mr. Richard Jay Horwich. also of Miami, son of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer T. Horwich. The bride-elect is a graduate j of Miami High School and at! tended the Lniversity of Miami. | Formerly of Oak Park, lllin' ois. Mr. Horwich is a graduate | of Oak Park High School and holds the BBA degree from the University of Miami, which he i received Summa Cum LMM 1952. He is a former president treasurer of Sigma Alpha I Fraternity, president ol til terfraternity Council. of Omicron Delta Kappa, ai ber of the Debating Team afcj listed in Who's Who In As Colleges And University Currently. Mr. Horwich H student of the University oil ami Law School, where he i| the editorial board of the 1 Law Quarterly, chief of Arrow and 1952 Homea* treasurer. MORTGAGE LOANS HENRY E. WOLFFCO. est Fletchtner, Marty Biblo, Cliff Fried. Richard Roth and Fred Margolin. Jjunl tfce home of SUNSHINE FASHIONS •re*. US. pat. off. Miami %  Miami Beach Ft LaudardaU West pdniBM ATTENTION! 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FACE 2 A Institute Of Jewish Studies Lists Faculty; Registration November 10 -: •-• 1 X"*. -^ -i zr tsste ..--;--: [stcrsH 3aressa at Jeaisi. Heo:e •" L :" • w.V i-; "A"; 7": fa I A tt E -T Zi! 7 Scfc::. Leb Hebrew School Section • %  %  %  | N r.zr. Member Tea %  i Testament Herbert tur-" %  : %  -1 i • x the S in I %  %  %  %  I urses a • %  E %  *Je*isrtkr*M&r Kadimah Chapter To Hear Miss Brotman %  ,:ar.-. A Autr Asa %  :.;:.>n and Bro: %  7 pro:• si ''i 7~ '•' • a : chainnai I %  -. A FRIDAY. 31. Jacobs On Tour Of IsraelW^T %  Speak For UJA Hirsch%  -.--%  = H ver stau .-.' %  • Sunday. N i r. oehail of 1 I ful% %  DAY WORKERS $5 k FARE '.:.'. = E: WA rs PART WE ;o p WE s PC *-E -CVES SPECIALIZING Hotel Maids Porter* Dishwasheri ACE EMPLOYMENT m s E i*., P J.J^C•: C-J-;•: E-: :..,S. .1. Freedman >l. K'|hun HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Waskicy.on Are. MUsi Beach Between FciT-h a.-.; Fifth Su. Hebrew Religious Supplies For Synagogues and Prirale Use. Also {or Hebrew Schools. Telephone SM17 Musical Calendar Tells Of Holidays t the PI • Anu-Defa•%  ----I B a B*rith • I :.:AD!. %  U %  •%  mibei v -. a S-•:.-: th Tor<"•"Chanul :• P) Lag ~ -"• %  %  7.-.-. .-.•-. Beav. •• and R H • Hu I alaivin %  %  • Miami, Beach Groups Of Women To Meet Separately rill bold t %  IliBini g • v. en it was utn T< An Oid F • Show For 3 v. %  : I 1 %  I in, I %  a. lion at the tan l %  •" %  trill be g • Mn Ni D of rT.efUng. T-Miami Beach Division's ring tta be held or. N t al the M • • Cark H tel Mn Jo**eph Willianv rn-.an of the Beach Dmsioa. ii chairman of the rr.eetmg. Catsman. program nun, -.as planned to feature a commencement exercise, with new m e m b er s la the roie of gradMrs. Alexander Llbow. '•. Beach .: deliver the be %  %  ..: %  : .;H ff jects incl„ : tor>-. a tov t t*randahug. f ; .„-£*'* <*7J completed aritr • m "' r ^wJ area. The couple EL?.*! • -tt* porl £.*?< %  go on_a_: ; .jjj Beth El Sisters The Con £ res r ] terhood i ^.BM TeaonTuesda;. v ri ^< ber 11th. 8 pm .!"'"£ N o W ast Merr. --Dwisaj. Saul Rabin To Speak diet. •. r "• • • %  %  %  '' '. 7 12:13 [ # N'ati • Hotel. Gertl : v I %  i L • %  •-• %  ." ] :. s \ 7Jewish Federation Group To Meet November 21st : '• -%  •• l As' %  %  %  • 21-2 Stat E -• :. Julian F CJF • %  thi ghoul • > '-"' Ul partici' three%  lion ol CHICKEN SOUPS Flavorful, satisfying. golden chicken soups.. With Motzoh Balls Kreplach • Notdles w*rm • T THE l*/EIS"0f '$&^fl^ -AN OVEH ciisr 'aiSairlii ORKIN P£ST CONTROL IATS • ROACHES • MKI • FUES ORKIN -J Exterminating Co. flmoas Disrtribuled by PALM DISTRIBUTORS. INC. 14 NX 24th SU Miami 37. Flo. Phone 3 8 966 '***** of BNAI r urr Call 2-1776 Leon Jacobs, of 3026 Flamingo Drive. Miami beach, has been %  ecti.ng a chain of Jerusalem ied bv the $500,000.000 State of Israel Bond Drive. according to a wire received here ;^:e< this week. Together with Mn Jecoba, he I officials sa : v. .rxers : nun • er ( industrial proWC Lincoln Rojj Messaniae p hone ^ Entrance or W,shin,lor An .OCULISTS Pre *cnpticns Riled • Lenses and Frame, Duplicated • Large Selection in LakH Styles • • at 4 PJ4 j Harfenist VEG D E R Y IAN Restaurant 1381 WASHINGTON AVENUE. MIAMI BEAC Specializing in All Kinds of Fish Dinners 7 0'omrne IHnnvrs from si.'j.'t mp S10 to 550 Bonds Given Away to Holders of Lucky Numbers DRAWING WED. FBL AT PM. Electr.c and Acr-jlen* W*J.r^ COULTON BROS. GARAGE WMSSSS SSSSHSM — Body Repairs and Pi:: r f>e Pick-Up aad Deilrcrr — Wrecker Sm &f Phonet JiH4. :M;! M %  .W.MSM OF ITMOST, IMPORTANCE IX Jewish Funeral Service Nothing can take the place of a thorough knowledge of Jewish religious tradition in COD( ducting a funeral service that is correct in evenparticular. Through many years of faithful sen ice to Jew' ish families, we have gained this all-important experience and understanding. The responsibility to conduct every service correctly and with reverence, beauty and dignitv. we unreserved I v'accept and honor as a sacred trust 0 Free Parking 0 %  iverside Memorial Chapel* TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS Jkfjssjri West Fla K ler & 20th Ave. • Phone 9-2664 .Viami Btmtk 1236 Washington Ave. Phone 5-7777 -5-3J55 24-HOLR AMBULANCE SERVICE %  OwAlO T NEWMAN. Funeral Dtrector AM EJSENMKC Tre— IN NEW YOUsfc 76ih Sweet and Amidm Ai* to.NC mm •eoOKLYN 1RONX



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PAGE 4 A *-JmiitnericHar FRIDAY, OCTOBER EDITORIAL My Vote Voters of our nation will flock to the polls on Tuesday and cast their ballots, thus electinq the next President and Vice President of the United States. In what seems a simple process, they will be exercising their most sacred duty as American citizens. During the past twenty-five years of its publication. The Jewish Floridian has rarely endorsed specific candidates for political office. Rather, its policy has been to encourage voters to practice what it deems the cornerstone of the democratic way of life. Without the right of franchise, there can be no true Government of the People. The Jewish Floridian, largely heretofore, expressed its feelings about duty and right in this regard, emphasizing the fact that the one is a functional phase of the other, that, indeed, right often gives way to prohibition when right is not ardently cherished and practiced as a duty. At this election, however, as publisher of The Jewish Floridian, I wish to state that I shall cast my ballot for Governor Adlai Stevenson on Tuesday. Inevitably, Governor Stevenson will extend the social gains won by his party for the people cf the United States. Since 1932, a series of legal reforms has accrued to the American citizen which, in every field of endeavor, has raised his standard of living. In addition, general reforms have rolled up a breath-taking record, while the lesponsibility mankind at large has come to bear for individual men also set a pattern fox future gains. And out of the ashes of a war fought to destroy the beastly challengers of personal diginty hcs grown the One World policy that replaces an earlier and impossible isolationist ideology. The Democratic administration of the past twenty years, beginning with its Good Neighbor Policy of the early 1930's, has taught us that American stability and security can, indeed, no longer be recorded as healthy factors when surrounded by poverty and dissatisfaction existing in other nations. As a student of government and politics. Governor Stevenson has demonstrated his own excellent capabilities. He is intellectually, morally and professionally equipped to deal with the duties of the exalted office he seeks. He will bring tc our nation the dignified and understanding leadership we seek. My vote goes to Governor Stevenson on Tues•tUfWKU **1 — day. But no matter what other attitudes may prevail, I urge that our community stand unified on this principle: No qualified voter shall fail to cast his ballot November 4th. Fred K. Shochet, Publisher, The Jewish Floridian IK ii.ii It riili <,< Campaign The B'nai B'rith^Order is now 109 years old. Since its formation by \1 men then spurred by a vision, the organization has accomplished much to bear out the significance of its name. Since that time, the Sons of the Covenant have swelled their ranks to some 350.000 members. They have entered into the touchy matter of protecting Jewish rights throughout the world with the formation of the Anti-Defamation League and subsequently extended the League's activities to involve safeguarding human rights generally. B'nai B'rith has reached into the intellectual spheres of Jewish existence with (K. _^ of HUM Foundations on hundred ?J2£* puses, including those in Israel If T^ 9 understanding of religious values onH" general adjustment toward higher J ^ Their worry has also been an ?**** tion on the part of American-Jew^ 31 ^ the spiritual traditions of Judaism TJ^ leaders have formed countless youth m tions whose end is to build character. 0 ? 0 sensibUity. an 0 Such are the accomplishments ol m B'rith Order. Currently. U is engaL >J' bership GO (Greater Order) Car^f^ fare well for those unacquainted with B'n -7 activities to enter into its ranks now an H ticipate in the organizatio n's uplifting vv 0 Community CfeHtor l. P0Ws A Jewish community such as is Great* i ami's finds it advantageous beyond question ta submit its diversUied leisure-time activities J grams to a unified command of operations This is true because such unity can ah J employing existing facilities with maximum i fectiveness. Perhaps this consideration, than any other, motivated the unification of all Jewish centers last year into the Grwfcl Miami Jewish Community Center. Since its formation at that time, GMlCCkl moved forward to present to the area's :esdJ a varied program of activities in the intelleetgj cultural, athletic and educational fields of lewttl communal existence. The Greater Miami Jewish Communitv Ctttl has now launched forth on a campaign to mil the ranks of its membership — to reach out nil the stUl untapped areas here and to invite b| participation of the uninitiated in its varied ( tivities program. As part of the cunent 1 bership Campaign, GMJCC has opened in j to residents who may freely attend sche<_ functions during the next few weeks in order| ascertain for themselves the value ol a pbnasl leisure-time calendar. We trust that our city's residents will take til vantage of the Greater Miami Jewish Comes-1 ity Center's well-rounded proqram and joins! ranks to insure added support and strength a(| its effective expansion. North Shore Men To Zam r ******* Hold Lecture Series The Men's Club of the North Shore Jewish Center is sponsoring a series of weekly, adult lectures at the Center building. 620 75th Street, Miami Beach, commencing Wednesday, November 12th. according to Dr. Sumner H. Cohen, president. Lectures will be divided into three groupings. The first series. The Jewish Religion, will have .if lecturers Rabbis Mayer Abramowitz. Moses Mescheloff. Max Shapiro and Joseph Narot. each speaking on successive weeks and covering the growth and development of Judaism and its three denominations. Orthodox, Conservative and Reformed. The second series, which commences December 10th. is entitled The Jewish Community, and will have as lecturers Mrs. Seymour B. Liebman, principal, Central Beach Elementary School; Morris Klass, executive secretary. Greater Miami Jewish Federation; Rabbi Abramowitz, spiritual leader of the North Shore Jewish Center; and Seymour B. Liebman, cultural chairman of the Men's Club and secretary of the Greater Miami Bureau of Jewish Education. In this series, there will be discussed: The Jewish Family Under The Impact Of Christian Culture. Jewish Organizations And Philanthropy, The Synagogue Center And Community Center, and Jewish Lay Leadership. The last series, entitled The Jewish Heritage, will have as lecturers Dr. David Andron, president, Hebrew Academy; Louis Schwartzman, executive secretary. Bureau .of Jewish Education, and Seymour B. Liebman. Plan Joint Meet The Sisterhood of the Zamora Jewish Center will hold a Board meeting on November 6th, 8 p.m., at the Center. On November 12th. at 8 p.m., the Sisterhood will hold a short business meeting and then convene jointly with the Center Men's Club in a program under the direction of Mrs. Bernard Chesman. Dr. Arthur D. Matthews, Department of English at the University of Miami, will reviewJohn Hersey's novel. The Wall. Also scheduled by the Sisterhood is a Member-Bring-AMember Luncheon for Wednesday, November 5th, 12 p.m.. under the chairmanship of Mrs. Harry Friedson. The Committee in charge includes the Mesdames Sidney Marder. William Locke. Ruth Feldman, Joseph Karlan, Isidore Plasky and Sam Tannenbaum. The program will be under the direction of Mrs. Bernard Chesman and Mrs. Barney Flaum. A skit entitled. Minstrel Serenade, is scheduled for that time, with costuming by Mrs. Joseph Feldman. The cast includes the Mesdames Jack Toppell. Mitchell Grebin. Belle Smith, Leo Hummel!, Edward Dreitzer. Morris Moskowitz and Joseph Ostrie. Personalities Urge Pledge Payments Radio listeners in the Greater Miami area will hear one-minute spot announcements by George Jessel, Quentin Reynolds and Harry Hershfield speaking in behalf of the United Jewish Appeal and urging immediate cash payments to meet emergency relief requirements in Israel. The appeals will be aired over stations WKAT. WINZ. KGBS and WIOD, according to Carl Wemkle. president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Fred Brown Heads Temple Israel Youth Fred Brown, of the Confirmation Class of 1951, was unanimously elected president of the Temple Israel Youth Group at' a meeting in Kaplan Hall Sunday evening. The following will serve with him for the year 1952-53: Sybil Barnett, vice president; Doris Goldberg,, secretsfrj-; -andVicky Cohen, treasurer.' Beth Sholom Sisters List Bazaar Hostesses Mrs. Max Applebaum. chairman of the Bazaar Committee. Templ e Beth Sholom Sisterhood announces the following hostesses ; for the regular Wednesday afternoon Bazaar Shower, November 5th, 1 p.m. The Mesdames Maurie B Shein. Irving Bachrach, Bertram Waller. Norman Babel and Minnie Polakow. Dessert brunch will be served and admission charge is any article of children's wear which can ibesold1 at the forthcoming Saster; hood Bazaar on December 9th -Dd 10th. Mrs. Aar on Farr is the I sisterhood s president. Young Man Dance A Favorite Young Man Dance H Lh C I SP DeCJcleWaym „.!" charge of toe fund raiwn/^ Biscavn Kennel lull To Start Schooling ll;u-'s Official schooling races preparing some 750 of the nation's leading greyhounds to perform at the Biscayne Kennel Club will start Thursday night, November 6th. 7:30 p.m. Biscayne, Miami's oldest and largest dog track, will have its formal opening on November 14th. ushering in the 1952-1953 Greyhound season in the Greater Miami area. Schooling will be held nightly, November 6th through 12th, at 7:30 p.m., Sunday, November 8th, excluded. Each greyhound must school at least three times satisfactorily before it can be entered in the official races. As in the past, Biscayne will conduct a split date meeting, the first half closing January 5th. The second half will start April 10th, and continue through June 2nd. Thirty top-ranking Kennels will be represented at the Northside Oval this year, insuring followers of the Sport of Queens a thrill-packed season of greyhound racing. The Biscayne Kennel Club, owned by pioneer Miamians, feels that the forthcoming meeting will top last year's record-breaking season. Masada Onea Shabbat At Sam Soldinqer Horn* Masada. Miami Beach Young Zionist District, will be hosts at an Oneg Shabbat tonight. 8:43 P.m., at the home of Sam Soldinger. 640 85th Street The Program has been arranged by Berniece Dacks who will lead a discussion on Cooperatives In Israel. Soldinger will assist at the piano during the musical portion of the evening. Lila Gross 2L^ n iJte r s -win b--ii> ***• •* Tefrejkments. Official Visitors Here Mrs. Floreinc Churchill, Go Royal Matron of Florida, Robert Irwin, Grand Royal I tron, made their official v to Laurel Coi.it No. 11. Orotf the Amaranth, on Monday^ ning, at 215 NW 4th Guests includi ,i Mrs. Maria Ofel Junior Past Supreme RoyalM*| ron of the World. Sadie Hawkins Danes The Social and MasCommittees of Masada. fcVl Beach Younn Zionist District M present a Sadie Hawkins Mjj querade Party tomorrow UN from 9 to 12 p.m.. at the b*j of Ed Oka. 1572 Meridian Al ue. Jerry Miller, social d*f man, and Lillian Bans, merakr ship chairman, are in chaUM the affair. Jeisfrkr*f*ffl Publiened ever, PrMt|'*•>A. •y The Jewith Floridian '"VI Sixth etreet. Mumi IS, FI "VI (trill •• eecondclatt """'Utl ItSO. at the Pcet Offict •' "5 Fla., under the Act of Mire" Tle> Jewieh Floridian nil the Jewieh Unity and Pi, Weekly Mamber of the Je" { raphic Agency. Sevan AMI ynoftcate, Worldwide Nt National Editorial A ae HJl M*. can Aaaociation of MB*"2 Newapapare. Flonda_Prati_A FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Public* LEO MINDLIN Newt Editor OFFICE and PLAN 1 120 N. E Sixth SwJ Telephones 2-lMj^jgl The, Jewleh rnnrtdW **J Ji qie> 'n.. 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leumUEIoinidEiQun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY LUME 25—Number 44 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 31. 1952 PRICE: TEN CENTS tevenson., Eisenhower Wind Up Campaigns mocratic, Republican Nominees Vow I am at the absurdities in the press | of the last few days." Dport Of Israel On Election Eve 5"tf ""* ?£ SSLi'Tfi r" l Jewish nor anti-Catholic but had Greater Miami's residents will stream to the polls on Tuesday,; only asked why he had given his e mber 4th, and vote for their favored candidates to the offices j endorsement to Republican senaresident and Vice President of the United States. Pre-election 1 tors who voted for the McCarran plings of opinion by political experts throughout the nation pre' %  Immigration Bill and who later an unusually heavy turnout by qualified persons. | voted to override his veto of the The two major candidates for Presidency early this week made ; bill. bids for support from the | rican-Jewi.ll community as der to create the impression that .. controversy continued ov£. had accused the General of „, : sue of bigotry and intolb f "8 afti-Jewilh and anti-Cathone. I said no such thing and indeed, meant no such thing," said the President, "and any fair Ice unleashed when President fry S. Truman denounced leial Dwight D. Eisenhower ailing to repudiate advocates liscrimination such as ChapRevercomb, of West Vir, and others, the new bids for such support le in the form of declarations flsrael. with both Eisenhower Adlai Stevenson, the Dematic nominee! promising conlied and intensified support of I Jewish state. The statements made public as leading perllities in the campaign conui a bitter exchange and as eral newspaper chains rallied kupport of the McCarran Im%  ration Act which President Jman had so roundly denouncEisnrhotoert Defense %  meral F.isenhower, replying srges liiat he had allied himto anti-Semitic and antikholic forces, told audiences |t 1 leave the answers to those my good friends Cardinal llman, Rabbi Abba Hillel Siland Bernard Baruch. Al\Ay they have established these ies for the falsehood that they resident Truman charged that Republicans were "delibery distorting" his remarks alut General Eisenhower in orSenator Wayne Morse, Republican of Oregon, who came out for the Democratic national ticket, sent a telegram''to Mr. Baruch, expressing disappointment at his "pro-Eisenhower" statement. "I as well as other intolerant groups the continued help of our Govperson who read what in fact I do not see how you can ignore did say must be as shocked as I the fact that anti-Semitic forces who stand for discrimination against minorities are entrenched in the reactionary wing of the Republican party and are giving their vigorous support to Eisenhower," the Senator said. Calls For Aid In a message received by Louis Lipsky, chairman of the American Zionist Council, Governor Adlai Stevenson expressed pride that President Truman had made this the first country to recognize Israel and reviewed aid to Israel extended by the Government and people of the United States. He declared: "Israel both needs and deserves Experts on Manning Panel at UIA National Parley Oscar CM Charles Abrarm tools b. Dr. WWhm Haber Or. Charles E. Kellogg to I ....I tmMUf Hit lmil mil* IS. 0..I. rf MllllW tm A-tfict. Ml MwrtiM •S.Otol. •! MM NEW YORK — For the first! emment plans in four major areas ference, declared that the 240.000 time since the establishment of j of activity have been forwarded %  recent immigrants in the work the State of Israel, top-ranking here and are now being prepared villages throughout Israel "will American government and UN | for discussion by the experts. The be the focal center of the Conexperts will publicly analyze and fields to be covered are: 1. hous, ference's deliberations. He evaluate the infant democracy's I ing for recent immigrants: 2. a I warned that "the hunger, poverty major plans for resettlement and I Negev Development Authority: and sub-standard living winch is productivity at a special planning 3. an extensive agricultural proi currently plaguing Israel are as session of the National Confergram; and 4. vocational guidance j dangerous and contagious as any and training for the newcomers. ] virus epidemic' and called the Rudolf G. Sonneborn, national j situation "an imminent threat to chairman of the United Israel ApUhe whole sonal and economic peal, which is convening the confabric of the nation." ence for Israel on Sunday, November 9th, at the Commodore Hotel, New York City. Jewish Agency and Israel govderation Spurs Pledge Payments For Cash Crisis -• More than $100,000 has been raised by the streamlined Federation Collections Committee, headed by Sam A. Goldstein, in response to the urgent request for cash by the United Jewish i Appeal. Federation President Carl ernment and our people. Even as an infant nation drawing the first breath of independence, she welcomed into her midst with open arms and a warm heart all her people seeking jefuge from tribulation. In four and a half years her population has more than doubled, imposing a burden which few nations in history have had to bear. America would do well to model her own immigration policies after the generosity of the nation of Israel, and we must work toward the end. "The economy of Israel has been severely strained. Great sacrifice and stringent discipline have been demanded of her people. Yet they have carried the load willingly. They are living testimony to the strength of democracy. "The platform of the Democratic Party affirms this. It pledges both 'continued assistance to Israel so that she may fulfill her humanitarian mission of providing shelter and sanctuary for her homeless Jewish refugees, while strengthening her economic development." "Just as the goal of our own foreign policy is to bring lasting peace to the world, our goal in the Middle East is to bring about "a settled peace through the friendly solution of all its problems. Our platform is founded on a record of action. We will again translate its work into action in the years ahead." Eisenhower Voices Vieu s General Eisenhower's statement was made in an exchange of letters with Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver. The Republican candidate, after having described his leadership of the forces which crushed Hitlerism as "one of the enduring satisfactions of my life," he declared: "Along with all men of good will, I salute the young state and wish it well. I know what great things it has accomplished. I admire the hardihood of its pioneers and the vision and quality of the work of resettlement and reclamation which they are so energetically prosecuting. I also know something of their besetting difficulties and of the probDr. Schwartz Off On Fart-Finding Tour Of Knrope NEW YORK — Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, Executive vice chairman of the United Jewish Appeal, departed late last week for a three-week fact-finding visit e !" s -_ b t h _F_ 0 1 iV C ?J-E2__l!5 with leaders of the Israel Government .and the Jewish Agency and with the European, North Weinkle announced early this: African and Middle Eastern diweek that Goldstein's committee | rectors of the Joint Distribution has been meeting regularly and Committee. Dr. Schwartz s overseas mission is preparatory to the National Conference which will set the UJA's financial objective for 1953. uv. Schwartz was accompanied sam A. Goldstein, chairman of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's Collections Commitlee (center) presents $100,000 |n behalf-of Ihe Greater Miami Jewish Federation at the Naponal Leadership Conference of the nation-wide United Jewish Appeal, held October 18th and 19th. in Washington, D.C. Looking on are: Jack Weiler, left, chairman of the UJA's national cash campaign; George Jessel; and Edward M. M. P^arburg, general chairman of the United Jewish Appeal. F"Iore than $18,000,000 in checks were presented at the Conference to give the United Jewish Appeal better than 50"o of [the $35,000,000 it is seeking in the last three months of 1952. The delegation to the Conference was headed by Harry Sirkin. >f Miami Beach. is receiving assignments for pledge collections. Spurred forward by the urgent request of the UJA National Cash Campaign and the dire food and housing emergency in Israel, the committee exceeded the $100,000 goal set by Chairman Goldstein and is continuing its efforts to clean up all outstanding 1952 pledges within the next ten days. In the forefront of the collections group which* has functioned effectively for the past two months are: Jack A'clin. Herman Binder, Leo Chaikm, Irving Cypen, Joseph Dallett, Joseph Duntov. Joseph Mechlow, Jack Muravchick. Joe Postol, Irving Schatzman. Max Sheinman, Al Sherman and Meyer Teigman. which confront them. Foremost among these is that of establishing peace with the Arab world. Such a peace would be a boon both to Israel and to the Arab states. "Such peace in the Middle East is essential to the free world.Every encouragement should be given to facilitate direct negotiations between the State of Israel and its Arab neighbors whose to Europe by Samuel Goldsmith, independence, freedom and prosexecutive director of the Combined Jewish Appeal of Chicago, and will be joined overseas by Isidore Sobeloff, executive director of the Allied Jewish Appeal of Detroit, heads of two of the largest local campaign organizations which raise funds on. behalf of the nationwide UJA. Adenauer Rejects Demands BERLIN (JTA) — West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer late last week rejected demands to turn over Israel-German pact to the United Nations Physiology. perity are equally the hope and wish of the American people." Jewish Scientist Winner Of Nobel Prize STOCKHOLM (WNS) — Dr. Selman Abraham Waksman, world-famous Jewish scientist whose work in the discovery of streptomycin has been hailed by scientists as a major contribution to humanity throughout the ages, has been awarded this year's Nobel Prize lor MedLine and OUR DUTY AS AN AMERICAN VOTE TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4th



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PAGE 4 %  *JeHisfincrAteM FRIDAY, CTO*j,, Mill FAMILIES SWELL SYMPHONY PATRONS LIST Among the 1,500 subscribers for the Sunday evening subscription Symphony Concerts at the Miami Beach Auditorium which open on November 2nd, with John Bitter conducting and Rudolf Firkusny as soloist, are the jollowing: j. t, Mis.Theresa Avert, Rabbi and Mrs. Mayer Abrnmowlts, Mrs, Benjsn In Abrams, Mr, and Mrs A. H l< •. Mis Jeaali Adlei, Mi Janu s Albei t. Mr. and Mm. and Mrs. M Mrs Maun A %  '. ii. Mr. Alien. Mr Adand Mrs. I. Alders, Alexander, Mr. and Allnick, Miss Jacqule anil Mrs. I Mini. Mr. WltUam Allen, Mr and ..us Abe AIM ni" %  K. Mr. HIICI Mrs. Joseph Alter, Mrs. Helen Amlyn, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney l> Ansln, Mrs. .1 Arkln, Mrs. May Ainu. Mi .mil Mis s Arons, Mr. and .-' % %  Bholam Asch, Mr and Mrs EMward Atlas and Mr Alvln Atlas, Dr. Bnd Mrs, Bernard tucrbach, Mtss Ida August, Mr. and Mrs Joseph M. Averbook, Mrs Sophie Baa*dade, Mr. and Mrs Birnesl H Ballsy, Mr. A Hyman, Dr ...ii. Mrs Rudy I'aiim. Baumgai ten, Pol. and Mrs and Mrs. San Bell Martin ml Mrs Kill, .Rergh, Mi and and Mrs Jack l!.-i Mrs. Berr Bentley, Mi < nson, Mrs. Roi J Berke, Mr. i. ve Mrs Bett) Barman, Mi and Mrs Hyman Berman, In Theodore M Herman, Mrs A i: Bernstein, Mr. and Mrs Norman Bernstein, Di and Mis William Bernstein, Mi and Mis. i pore* .1. Bert man, Mr Robert Beti s. Mr ami Mrs i M. Bilderback, Ml and Mrs II Bill. III. •-. Mr and Mrs Sam Blank, Mr and Mrs William yi.vlun.in. Mr and Mis Martin Bloch, Dr and Mrs. Valentine Bloch, Mrs Mabel Ml and Mis William Blume, Miss Sydelle Bonfield, Mr and Mrs. .mi Booxbaum, Mrs r-velyn Bor. 11and Mrs William K Boros, Mrs Alice Brand, Mi and Mis |..,n lei M Broad, Mr and Mr. Shepard I • id Mi and Mrs. II w Brombers. Mr, and Mr. Benjamin R, BronMiss Itlilh llMliijii. Mrs W It ini h. Mr William I :,n l.rids.-. Mr. i 'id Ml s Mi. i| is 8 liuik. Mrs O Whitmore Burtner, Mrs Charles l .is'm.-ll. Mrs. Kathan Bushman Ml in. I Mi0 VlVil Pain. Miss I. .("arney, Mn William Harrison Mi Hi rln %  ...... I .HI. I Mi M M -A > %  Miss Ann Chester, Dr in .i Mis Marcus "i::iri and Mr H. | "Irlln, l>i iml Mrs* AI II Mi A i<>usta i %  • %  hen, Mi .. • I. ...... M Kdlth i '..li.-n. • Ceorae Cohen M c..hen M Tl elma c i rHiini. Ml Bertram R %  • M %  ..I M id \, mi M,.11 Crn la. M %  M Da nil mil \;.' %  .;.,..M How rd I 1 KH, Mrs r Cush na, Mi l.lllinn I hinslger, rl -: S li Dai -'..-. M1 I'. I • i .i • M n Mn K I %  .\: i' -. I \,\ i. Mi ~ Ev< Is n l -• k Mrs Ragina I'I %  '" ni r Mi I Mi I 1 M 1 >.-1 -Mi and Mrs .Ii iDeKoven, Miss Ethi I I>;• \i rhomas .1 I I'key, Mi Mirk II l>i.\. M >l:s A Dobnnff, Mi.Jn Doyle, Mr ii %  : Mrs. M Dreyer, Mi and Mrs David llruckei Mrs Eugene DuHols nnd Miss Siii.inii.I. an.. \i %  --. !.-. Edwin c I i II das Mi and Mi s Duntov, Mi. Paula Dutkln, Miss Priscllla IHutkin, Mrs RodiEdmunds, Mrs Jean B Edwards, Pauline Ea< t, Dr and Mis %  Bggnatx Mr Peter (! Khren, Mrs Custav hrenfi Id, Miss I kirothv Elli n Mi s ol n. Eli -.. Ml ind Mi I.. ..a Ell, Mel' ii Ei glandei \i J. c. Epplns;, Mi Ben Epstein, Mr and Epstein, Mrs Louis I-:. Mi Jacobs, Mr. and Mrs on, Miss H.-n.-i.l.uMis M Jaffe, Mrs Be.Jaffer, Mi and Mr. S. Javer, Mrs. Minnie Jeffrey. Mi. Blhsabeth Jensen, Mr. andTMm Royal KlaaK Jonas, Mrs Hansl Kahn. Mr. mil Mrs Morris .1 Kindel. Mrs i Rosenbi it. Mr. •eenberjc, Mrs fells Miss Helen* RosenLynn Rss, Mi and Roth, Mr and Mr and Mrs Mrs. C I Ruby, Mi and Mr. and Mrs. Mi and Mrs J Irvlna Baal, Mn Man Haas, Mis i: A. C M Hang"! rman. iteln, Mis Bve Bel..Mrs Alfred liiiih Schechti Schaffner, Mis. and Ml Max Mrs. August Schendel Mrs .1 Myer Schlne Anton Schnapp, Mrs Mr and Mrs. Ala Ins Bchwarta, Bchwarts, Mr, Bchwarta, Mrs %  nil Mrs Bldn Tlllle L. Schwa Mr and Mi. •hlllp iRegal, M' Arthur Kaplan. Mr A. Kaplan, Mrs Hymai Mrs ,._. I> Kai Ml Miss Molly I William KatS, Kat/a n. Mrs and Mrs H. Keaat, Miss IXMli.s Klnill I a-ll. V Klnu. Benjamin .V Kane. Mr and and Mrs Donald > Blmltz. Ian, Mr ml Mrs I. I: Kaplan, Mr Samuel Karp. Mrs S..fi,Kary, KatS and Mr and Mi Mr and Mrs Philip Murray Kauffman, Mi Kazan. Mrs Naomi A. Mabel Keats. Mr. and Mrs M Ki-ilsmi. Mrs Kessel, Dr and Mrs Itaniel Mrs. Klisha A. King, Mrs. I.I-IH.I. King, Mi and Mrs William ....... Mr Morris Klaus, Mrs. Maurice Klein, Mrs 8. Klein, Mr. and Mrs, S Klemplu-i. Mr and MrsSaul Kline. Mr. and Mrs. S P. Knowl.-s. Mr. and Mrs Alexander Kogan, Mrs Alice Ki.lii. Mr and Mrs Irwln Korach, Mr. and Mrs. lest, r It. Korshak Mr and Mrs I. ..nis C Kotl Mr. Seymour K"". Dr. and MiKovnat, Dr. and Mrs. Harry Kraff, Mrs. iiertine Kramer, Mrs, I Kramer, Miss Btephaaft*Krsjn||, Jrlf bouls Krensk) Mr nnd '.MA 1 1 1 .mn Mra_Vlrtor 11. Kug Mrs. Vi'.l.sp K-ilhhin. Mr. Irving Kiislmiaii. Miss Hoi sen, Mr and Mrs. Harry A. Lack. Mr Marshall l.anKei, Miss lOvelyn Rose Lawaon, Mrs l It l..ar. Mi Charles H. lafkoWIIZ. Miss I'eroy etghton, Mrs Pal Leslie iil.r. Dr nnd %  nil M .1 Kflvltsln, Mr. and ami Mn in KlltKi.i Peck SinMrs Miss Mr and v 1. Mrs Mrs Lac, MyrMrs Mr Mrs Lasarow, Mi Henr> r.-iz.nns. Samuel LeJseau Mi and Mrs i. tie I. la-ll. Mn Samuel Lepow, mil Mrs Bhiel i I Maurice Lev. Mr. Arn..ld Levlen, Mr H E t'evln, Mi and Mrs Kilter l^-vinsoii. Mi ami Mrs. J I Levkoff, Miss Evelyn i..-v>. Mrs Robert .1 Levy, Mrs Solomcin s Lichter, Minerva Llchtlg, Mr. and Mrs mom I! I'iebman, In and Mrs Id Light, Dr and Mrs Max \ kind. Mrs. Fannie Llpschuts. Mr and Mi's. Joseph M Llpton, Mr. an.i Mrs. Anton Loeb, Ml Abraham l...in iskin. Mr and Mrs I'omaskln, l*r Harry l#..il..-i. Mr. and Mrs Sal l..'V\.s. Mis Margaret Mai -Ka> m.I MiMilton s Malakoff Mrs Morris Malmuil, Mr. Philip R Mallory, Ml Mil a • Maliniilli. Mm M Bl li Man.I. II, Ml ward I Mai li I 'i and Mi. i. II M. mil. nil, i. Mi m.l Mis Ph 11 VI k, I, Miss Man K Markette, Mi T Marks, ll and MiM.l.i B Mark-. Mr and Mn w -i Martell, l>r. and M M rx, Mrs Willinm Masu Mrs w iMax Mi i • .. Ml .lid M I Mem l: .I.I M Mrs Be) I >.IV Up. Mi Mr. and and Mrs and Ml v Man.. -Zii.-. a. and Mrs Edi-id Mr. and Mathi i. Mi .ni.I Mis Miss Vnyuta Melirov. Samuel It Mill. Mrs n.ii.-i k, Miss Ituili Mel • and Mi s Moses Mesi hi 1 Hiesnoi Metsger, Mi and n H Mrs. Leon A it.I, M • I .. Fabi i M -i i Kia.-nskv i • I-, .a. Mrs Mrs ll.ii I-" ibei. Mis ant. Ml and Mrs l..n: Ml Rli haul Pell • Miss I-'. iinn.i.|. Mi.s Polly Lvnn l• %  %  a ndi M nnd Mn \\ a-i. hetzel M n I M Larrj Kii •-. Mis* I lorothi K r %  k an I Mr. Rli haul Krleui r Kink ml Mrs i %  '. stiini I ir : • Mi I Cen P shbeli Mi and Harry .i c l shmai M W Ham U -. Mr .ii.-l Ml David Kli email, I! PI a n Mi and Mrs — nk -i Poll M mil Mn II i • n Mi o .1 '-i Michael Poi i n, Mr and Mi I ix, Mr. M Bei E Prank, Mi and M P I rank Mi -i Mi \ i' .MiMice Ciank. I ami Ml s. I -. Krankel, Mr (lustave !••• an, Mi anil Mrs John Freeman. Mi i ni.I Mr and Mi s i berl Pi eeman, Mr. and Mrs Wai i • %  Pn em in, Mi and Mi M* .Pi ..limn. Miss Ball I udge, Mrs It...Pulkei son, Mrs M Dalnes, Mr. and ;,m. Mrs l lelen I:.. ) 1 Mr Mllto .; i Mrs William A Oelger, Mr A. W Oer, Dr and Mrs clement i ;% %  onemui Miss I "a ul i • l ;• hon. Mi s B. M Ollbei t, Dr I Mrs Alfred .1 Gllsnn, Mr, and No l lilnsburg, Miss l-Vaiii-. s I Mr ..: rli r i 'Mr. Berl ha <;..ahel Mrs. and and ami Ml lioldEthel A. i;..hli nd Ml i Emanuel i lold id Mi s..i H Doldstrom, I! I i" .dm.. ii. i i;.. idman, .id Miss Rosa I loi hi l II and Ml Ma \ t;is Mrs William R Dray, Mi and M. s Hei in i n I D i 'i.i M-'s Roliert flraysi n, M ss Gladys M Qreen, Helei Ore* Br. Bnd Mrs. |. M. I;;.. II Mrs K.ii. .i Green, Mrs. Ai.e t; .. %  : %  -L-. Mrs. Charles Oreenberg, w tik. off. Ml Benjamin Meyi rs, Mrs. .|..h M .i.i '..II. Mi Charles Mlnov. M's •' •: Mn,-lo-ii. Mlsi Xanev Moon I >r and Ml %  Ma Midi. in Mol gen, Mr and Mrs Edwin s Morris. Mrs Jeanette s Mnscovlts, Mr and Mrs. Julius Most r, Miss But R Moss, Mrs Mabel P Murray, Miss Ann D M.i'lnre. Mrs |> Ih MrK night, Mrs John r Mi Lean. Nash Miami Motors, Mr and Mrs. la.in. Mass, Mr and Mrs II .' Naylor. Mi .1 Sehani, Ml mil Mrs Henry Nelson. Mr, and Mrs I'hilli. A NeuwirUt, Mr and Mrs A Sewman. Mr and Mis Paul Newman, Mrs A N'lsson, Mrs Ben Notowlti, Mi K •' ul., 11,-. Mrs s Ilka |"d Mi Edward i ikn, Judgi and Mrs Kenneth "ka and Mi Samuel Oka, Mi and Mrs Ben i Uden Hi II).I ill In • ippenhi In • r, Mi. haffnei. Mr and Mr .<-^i Mr and Mrs Rachel Sbhwalh, Schwarts, Mr, li\Mr and Mrs. I n an I Mrs Leopold I. Max A Schwarts, Mr • v M Bchwarta, Mrs 117. i ;. ..in.si,,., i, Ian. Mrs Mrs. Rachel F. Segal, Mr. Joseph S.ii. i. Mrs V.II.-I.I Bel ikin. lit ami Mis. Arthur Shapiro, Dr and Mrs. Richard Shapiro, col mil Mrs. Carl It. Shaw, Mr and Mrs Irwln Sherman, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mr. and Mis. D M Slff. Dr ml Mrs Han,Id Sillierma n. Ml .i A Sllverman, Mrs Grace Siiniiinns. Mr and Mrs. iisear dell, Mr and Mrs Milton Sirklll. I. Slaff, Ml and Mrs Z. Smllow. lane Smith, Miss Mars Smith, and Mi. Samuel Smith, Mr Mi11. i r i > Smolni. Mrs. Sldln s'ohin.is, Mrs A Solomon Mr and Mrs Ralph fepero, Mr. Alexander Squibb, Ml and Mrs S. C Stampleman. Mrs Umi., S SI.-If.-. Mr ami Mrs Samuel Stein, Mr and Mrs. Frank Steinberg, Mr. ICrwm il Stela Mr. and Mrs M E. Stephens. Mr Jerome Stern, Mr and Mrs. I. Lewis Stun. Mr ami Mrs Alfred Stock, Mr. and Mrs Bernard Steuer, Mr Allen D. Stolar, Miss Evelyn Stone, Mr. and Mrs Alan 0 Stratton, Mr, and Mrs Alex A Straus. Miss Josephine and Miss Catherine Sullivan. Miss Prudence Bummerton, Ml and Mrs Carl Sussklnd. Mr and Mrs Alex Siissin.-in. Mr mil Mrs William s'lissman. Miss Sylvia Sutcllffe, Mis Miriam Swiman. Mr. and Mrs Manuel Tanenhanm Miss Frames and Miss Louise Tai hoiiN Mr and Mrs Meyer T>lgman, Mr. and Mrs Isra.-I Teltch, Mr. R X Terrell, .Mrs Dorothy C. Thomas, Mrs Florence Thompson, Mrs Marlon S Traiman. Mr OuS Trail. Mrs Th Trent, Mrs Grace Tucker, Mr Mrs I! Turchln, Mr. and Mrs old Turk, Mr Ix.nls I'llman Di and MilPaul s I'eberall, Mr and Straaten, Miss L.-la V'Ogl I, Mis Nathan Ridnej Waldman, Ml Mr and Mis Eric and Mr. Renjamll md Mi. David Wanger, Mrs %  mas and HillMrs Van Jole Mrs i:. Washer, M Wnsserman, Mr. Well, Mr. and Mi %  Mr and Mis. X. I niter. Mrs Alex and Miss Waldman, s S Waldman. W.illander. Mr Walterman, Di Walti-rman, Mr. II -1 i I W.ii man. Mrs MiBertha Julius Wi In W. -inkl.-. MiMr and Mr and Mis II md ind Mr M ll Prank Mrs Sidn.-v Sidney "I. Welnbarg. Wi-indrn. h. • %  W. .... Ml Wl iss. Mr and Mi It.-.Weltx, Mr Wi rshll. Mrs Berl Mi Jacob Wllner, Mm i Ut.i W son, Mrs Mrs Welner, Mr, and Mr •r. Mi and Mrs Carl Ann Meyers Welnsteln, lix.ii Welnsteln, Mi i..Id A W.-ismann. Mrs l Mi. Harry A Max Welts, Mrs and Mrs Jeffre) Whitman, Mr and s. .I..s. i.h \\ liliamson. Ml and Mrs Mrs Sarah M \\ Dr Abraham WolfMrs Bydnes W,.ln. K. Mam ice Zimmerman, s-.l /a..n Di Mr. and and lollll \ n I.. Vll M ,\ \l 'hai l. \ i. -i I., I*a la j Ml .i nd M Mr and Mrs ll Edwanl I. • ii, I n M, I .i • ,' Oodfrej I'. Pi rln, Ml Ml 1 %  /. i. Mi and M E Albert T I'. Ml, M HI I Mrs s .1 M M nlii I'... r rell, Ml %  i and Mn VI Harrs 11a I off Hot, Mi Mrs H'razli I nan. Pearl \l Mrs PI Ml an.I Mrs Bi njan %  P .Mai I, Mi i: i k Mi DM vl i Pottasl li nd %  d Prensky, In | M,. w illiam B Prensky Mi s i lold D Press Ml and Mrs u III \| iMrs Dora Price, Mi and Mrs, i., .. ti h. Mr S and Ml* M and Mrs Joseph nd Mrs Samuel .1 Mi JOSI i.h Rapna Had. i Mi ,,,,,1 Mrs M and Mrs Donald Mr RablnoH Us, Rambain, Mi Rand. Mi and port. Mrs \ M John II. Held i it.rrf. Mr. and Mm M Re -. \i-. C| : ,„,i.. A It.-nsliaw. Mr Charles Resnick, Ml Verl Retx, Ml d M L.-si,.M RIci Mrs Nathan Rlfkln, Mrs Jessica Robinson, Mi and Mrs I..-.. I:..i.i.,...n. Mr ..,,.1 Mrs A B i Mrs Ada Rogers and Miss Helen Mi K.nr Ronay. Mi and Mrs Albert It....Mr and Mrs. Louis Rose, Mrs Jean WINZ 50.000 Watts Soon Proudly Pn senta The Noted Playwright and Commentator MORRIS NASATIR Directing THE YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR-NOW TWICE WEEKLY Sunday 12 noon to 1:30 p.m. Tuesday — 7 to 8 p.m. 3 FEATURES ON SUNDAY University Opens 26th Season Fej Rudolf Firkusny In Beethoven Cone* The 26th season of the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra will open on Sunday and Monday evenings, 8:30 p.m., at the Miami Beach and Dade County Auditoriums, respectively. Guest soloist will be the internationally known pianist, Rudolf Firkusny. The orchestra will be under the baton of John Bitter. Scheduled to be performed are a Bach transcription of the Prelude in B flat minor by Mr. Bitter, as well as a Bach transcription of the Passacaglia and Fugue in C minor by Leopold Stokowski. The orchestra will also be heard in a reading of Tschaikowsky*s Symphony No. 6, in B minor, Opus 74. the Pathetique. Mr. Firkusny will perform Ludwig Van Beethoven's Concerto for Piano No. 4, in G major. Opus 58. The guest soloist has played With major symphony orchestras throughout the nation. Born in Czechoslovakia, he has reappeared numerous times in Washington, Montreal, Minneapolis, TorRudolf Firkusny onto, Detroit, Boston an homa. Some of the musical with which he has bwn include the Chicago. Angeles, Philadelphia, New York, Baltimore, and National Symphony tras. Daljij uiz Kiils On Jewish Forum First program in a new radio series, the Greater Miami Hebrew Academy Quiz Kids, was aired Sunday morning at ID.4") a.m., over station WMIE. Tlic new panel show will be a regular feature of Simon Seiden's Jewish Forum of the Air. Panelists for the first program were Efrom Mescheloff, Joseph Lauer, Rose Berman, Seymour Spolter and Melvin Sachs. Rabbi David Shapiro acted as moderator, with guest moderators scheduled weekly thereafter. Questions centered around Hebrew literature and Jewish life. Dr. David S. Andron, academy president, introduced the inaugural program. GOODWILL GROUP 1 The Goodwill Groupo!( Miami met on Tuesday, at J Allister Post No. 1608, Vea of Foreign Wins. 1608 SIS Avenue. Mrs. Miriam R. hj| president, presided. Benj. Adler 8c Gee. J. Associated with AA Strictly Eoskl Poultry Market kl 315 317 N.W.ttll Miami — Ph. Shochei on Premiss Wholesale k Belli Select Poultry for ,1 ScKitC I'ml.-I s It.n ki.v.kj -ll ll It' MMother tonsitlvr Your Family's llealta llollaml HOIM'V Bread and tm i.s l<-li< ions and Healthful For S|'< hil lli<'Is No Sugar. Fat, or Syrup Added. Also Salt and SodiumF Ask for Holland Honey Bread and Cake at Your Food P HOLLAND HONEY CAKE COMPANY. HOLLAND, Mfl| Distributed by COCHRAN DISTRIBUTING CO. 161 N.E. 30th Street Miami ft| 1. A Child Is Born 2. The Rabbis Corner 3. Life Ln Israel FEATURES ON TUESDAY 1. Jewish Humor News From Israel Missing Persons 2. 3. 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children. There are regular vis-
its from a Public Health Nurse
and a committee of local physic-
ians act in a supervisory capac-
ity.
Jerome Rubinowitz
Is liar Mitzvah
Jerome Louis Rubinowitz, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Rubin-
owitz, of 516 15th Street, Miami
Beach, will become Bar Mitzvah
tomorrow morning, November 1st,
at the Hebrew Academy. Rabbi
Alexander S. Gross will officiate.
The Bar Mitzvah was a mem-
ber of the first graduating class
of the Hebrew Academy, June,
1952, and attends Miami Beach
High School.
He is a member of Troop 35,
Miami Beach Boy Scouts, and was
John Stoller Bar
Mitzvah Tomorrow
The Bar Mitzvah of John Stoll-
er, son of Mr. Leon Stoller, 840
16th Street, will take place at the
Miami Beach Jewish Center to-
morrow morning, November 1st.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will of-
ficiate. The Bar Mitzvah is a
student at the Miami Beach Jew-
ish Center Religious School. He
also attends Miami Beach Senior
High School. A reception will
follow the service.
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Committee Head
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The B'nai B'rith Youth Com-
mittee, policy forming group of
B'nai B'rith for the B'nai B'rith
Youth Organization, reelected
Mrs. A. Frank Wellins as chair-
man for the second year. A form-
er president of the Coral Gables
Women's chapter, Mrs. Wellins
was a resident of Westchester,
New York. While in that com-
munity she was active in the
Mamaroneck Jewish Center Sis-
terhood and was given a citation
for her outstanding work in the
community. She attended Colum-
bia University and has her CPA.
A resident in Greater Miami
for the past six years, she has
been active in B'nai B'rith and
now holds the position of Par-
liamentarian for the Women's
Council of South Florida. She
is also Southern BBYO chairman
for District No. 5. A resident of
Coral Gables, where she lives
with her husband and two child-
ren, Stanley and Frances, Mrs.
Wellins is a member of the Za-
mora Jewish Center Sisterhood
and was formerly on the Board
of Directors of the Jewish Cen-
ters Association of Greater Mi-
Open Forum On
Parties Tonight
There will be an open forum
on the subject of the forthcoming
elections on Friday evening, 8:15
p.m., at the Lyceum, 1545 S.W.
3rd Street, sponsored jointly by
the Workmen's Circle, Jewish
Socialist Verband, and the Dade
County Central Labor Union.
The introduction to the discus-
sion will be given by Charles
Towle, Editor, The Miami Labor
Citizen, and Joseph Duntov, Sec-
retary of the Southern District,
the Workmen's Circle. M. G.
Drapkin, of the Labor Political
Committee of Dade County and
Secretary-Treasurer of the Hotel
and Restaurant Employees Un-
ion, will be moderator.
Sam Macy, Manager of the
ILGWU, will introduce the
speakers.
Membership Tea
The home of Mrs. Jack Janoff,
2840 Prairie Avenue, will be the
scene of the next membership
tea to be given by the Brandeis
Chapter, American Jewish Con-
gress, on Thursday, November
6th, at 1 p.m., Mrs. Samuel Ber-
lin will deliver a report on the
Congress program. The rest of
the afternoon will be given over
to cards and Mah Jong.
Jerome L. Rubinowitz
catcher lor vne Ail-Star Little
League Baseball Team.
Mrs. Rubinowitz is president of
the Hebrew Academy Women.
Mr. Rubinowitz is a member of
the Board of the Hebrew Acad-
emy and the Miami Beach Apart-
ment House Association. He is
also a member of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Blender,
of Paterson, New Jersey, his ma-
ternal grandparents, will fly here
for the occasion. Others arriving
by plane are Mrs. Robert Lazer-
owitz, of Fairlawn, New Jersey,
his great aunts; Mrs. Catherine
Millmer, Bayonne, New Jersey;
and Mrs. Sarah Zakroff. oi Phila-
delphia, Pennsylvania.
A Kiddush will lollow the cere-
mony.
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The Veterans Committee of
Greater Miami for the B'nai
B'rith Lodge is sponsoring a pro-
ject to have all service men in
the area enjoy Thanksgiving din-
ner on Thursday. November 27th,
in private homes, according to
Leo Steinman, chairman of the
Committee, and Mrs. Helen San-
ders, co-chairman. The evening
will be climaxed by the monthly
stage Door Canteen at the Miami
Beach Auditorium. Invitations
may be mailed to Box 4635, Stein-
man said.
Ronald Allen Kronowitz will
become Bar Mitzvah during
Saturday services of Temple
Beth Sholom tomorrow morn-
ing, November 1st, at 9 a.m.
A 9th grade student of Miami
Beach High School, he is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Allen
Kronowitz, 1221 Stillwater
Drive.
Post Holy Day
Appeal lips Bond
Sales Here
The post High Holiday appeal
held at the Hialeah Miami
Springs Jewish Center this week
where $2,000 in bonds were sold,
brought the grand total to $88,-
550, in sixteen synagogues.
The largest amount, $30,450.
was sold at the Miami Beach
Jewish Center with the appeal
conducted by Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man.
How 'Successful this was may
be measured by the fact that the
grand total of appeals made in
fifteen synagogues netted the sum
of $56,100.
In a telegram to Rabbi Lehr-
man, Henry Morgenthau, Jr. ex-
tended congratulations on the er-
sults of the appeal.
The post High Holiday appeal
held at the Hialeah-Miami
Springs Jewish Center this week
where $2,000 in bonds were sold,
brought the grand total to $88.-
550 in the sixteen synagogues.
Reverend Leo Heim, Philip Beg-
un and Judge Louis Bandel spoke
for the Bond Campaign, and Clif-
ford A. Straus, Field Director,
conducted the appeal.
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The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Maur-
ice A. Levin, former operator of
the President Hotel, will take
place Sunday, November 2nd. 1
p.m., at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with
Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiat-
ing. Mr. Levin is survived by his
wife, Sarah; a son, Seymour; and
one brother and two sisters. Ar-
rangements are in charge of
Palmer's Miami Monument Com-
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E. 47th Street, will take place
Sunday, November 2nd, 4 p.m.,
at Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cem-
etery with Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man officiating. Mr. Dunner is
survived by his wife. Gertrude;
a son. Jay; a brother Abe; and
a sister, Mrs. Clara Mohen, all
of Miami. Arrangements are in
charge of Palmer's Miami Monu-
ment Company; friends and rela-
tives are asked to be present.
Herbert Miller Dies
Herbert Samuel Miller, 21, of
3470 SW 10th Street, one of two
brothers injured in a crash of
their light plane near Tamiami
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a.m. early Friday at Jackson Me-
morial Hospital. His brother.
Martin, 24, was still in serious
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PAGE G B fewisl florktioiti FRIDAY. OCTOBER 31. 1952 Mrs. Weinstein To Head Hadassah In Second Term Mrs. Irwin Weinstein will be formally re-elected president <>f the Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah at a ceremony in Temple Beth Sholem. Miami Beach, on Monday. November 3rd, 1 p.m. The affair will mark the official close of the current citywide membership drive conducted by Hadassah. Other Chapter officers on the 1952-53 slate to be installed at this time are the Mesdames William Althosc, Joseph Shawmut. TF.MPi..: ISRAEL of Miami will hold Friday evening services at 815 p.m. Subject of a sermon to be delivered by Rabbi Joseph R. Narot is scheduled as USA Confidential Or Confident" Oil Saturday morning, 11 a.m.. Rabbi Narot will discuss the architects of the Talmud. • • • ISRAELITE CENTER will hold Friday evening services .it 5:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. whin l!.d>l>i II M Kagan will officiate and discuss the Weekly Portion of the Law Mincha is at S:30 p.m., foil bv Shalos Seudos. YOUNG ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE will hold Priua) evening services at sundown. Saturday morning services are scheduled lor 8 HO a.m. Mincha will be at ."> p in followed by Shall Seudos under the sponsorship ol Mr. Herman Berk. • • • BETH El. CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at sundown Saturday morning services are at 8 'ill am. with Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky officiating and preaching on the Seudos Cantor David Silver man will chant the musical portions of all services. • • MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m. Saturday morning services aie at 8 30 am. at which time Ernie, -on of Mi and Mrs Fred Pick, will become Mar Mitzvah Rabbi Simon April will officiate ami respond. A Mishna cj.ns w scheduled for 4:15.. p.m., with Mincha and Maaciv following. • • 7.AMORA JEWISH CffVTFA will hold regular sesvigea Friday .it 8 15 p.rjn with Reverend Rudolf E. Brill offitfiatirnr Arthur Deutsch, chairman of the Religious Committee, will speak on: Economic Causes Of War. An Oneg Shabbat will follow Services will begin at 9 a.m., Saturday, and will be followed by Kiddush. Mincha is scheduled for 5:15 p.m. • • • WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 5:30 p.m.. with Oscar Weinstein officiating. Rabbi Alfred Waxman will lead the Contopic: The Footprints <>f Cod A gregation in late services at 8:30 Bernard Stevens and Irving Westin, vice presidents; Ben Zion Ginsburg. recording secretary; Leonard Egert, corresponding secretary; Harry Platoff, financial secretary; Max Gratz, treasurer; and Moses Krieger, parliamentarian. Rabbi Leon Kronish. officiating class in Talmud will be at 4 p m Mincha is at 5 p.m. followed by Shalos Seudos. • • • BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services at 5:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are scheduled for 9 a.m., with Raboi Max Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mamches officiating. The Bar Mitzvah of Stanley, son of Mr and Mrs Morris Goldstein, will take place at that time. Floral offerings will be byMr. and Mrs. Louis Bandel in memory of Mr. Bandel's father. Daily services are at 8 a.m., and at 5:30 p.m. Mrs Morris Newmark will recite the blessings over the Sabbath candles. Host and hostess at the Oneg Shabbat following will be Mi. and Mrs. Harry Klein. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m.. with Junior Congregation services scheduled for 11 a.m. Afternoon services will be at 5:30 p.m.. with Oscar Weinstein sponsoring Shalos Seudos. • • • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. Subject of a discourse to be delivered by Rabbi Leon Kronish is scheduled as: The Election Of Israel And Tuesday, November 4th. Saturday morning KNESETH ISRAEL COSGREservices will be at 10:45 a.m. The at the ceremonv. will be principal CATION will hold Friday eveming services at 5:15 p.m. SaturI day morning services ar e at 8:30 I a.m. Mincha will be at 5:15 p.m.. followed by a Sabbath Social speaker. The Rabbi will Hour, with Joel Wortman as host. leadership in Also appearing will !>,the HadusHah Or. Mr p. undr Irwin >*/• critical world. on the program Choral 'IRabbi Abraham Cassel and Cantor Abraham Self will officiate it..lltUKtCHl %>•b <&mMIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday .-v uu %  •rvlcaa at &-.30 p.m. Rnturday Bar Mitzvah of Ronald Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kronowitz, will take place at that time. Cantor Samuel Kelemer will render the musical portions of the liturgy. • • • CORAL CABLES JEWISH VENTER will hold Friday eveninK services at 8:15 p.m. In rele1.1 ..lion of the lll'llli y.-.o of • .-, v Greater Miami's Synagogue Directory Ah.1v.1s Israel KJIM I ... I thlxloX, .'.. iMh SI Mi oi ll>i. I. Beth David i Man i 'OMM*I vutlve, S\l Miami Beth El III Shmni vu thixlux, SW v %  Miami Beth Jacob I: ilibl M Ing I .Cnnne-i vntlv*. IT<• l Wanh v % %  M I! Miami Hebrew School Itahl.l .Ill-ill Anrll, i Irthotlox. II 'l SW 12th Ivi Miami. North Dade Ralthl Harry i'..ns.-i vallv.-. I MM W Dlxli llluli%  ray, North Miami North Shore Rablil M lyei VI wit/., %  •••iis.i i.iiu. BSil • -'li SI Miami [teach Temple Israel I >l .I.. — .(- %  N'arnt, I;. r..rm. 137 NK ISth si Mian Tifereth lirael 6: N Miami \'-. Miami Wett Miami Rablil Vtfreil Conservative, 5720 SW I7lh St., Miami Young Israel OrlhiloX. 4001 Chase Avt., Miami Ren.-h Zamora Reverend llu.l.ilf Hrlll, for servatlve., it Zamora Av Coral i: ii.iif the first birthday Of their s in, Fred. Subject of a sermon to be discussed by Rabbi Skop is scheduled as: Are We Fulfilling TinCovenant? Saturday morning services will he at 9:30 a.m., followed by a Children's service and Sanctification. Rahhi Skop will discuss: The Life And Work Ol The First Jew In History • • • HEBREW ACADEMY will hold Friday evening services at 5:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are scheduled for 9 a.m. An Oneg Shabbat for children will be at 3 p.m., and will feature singing, Israeli folk dancing and refreshments under the supervision of Mrs. Joseph Shapiro. Mincha is at 5 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. The Bar Mitzvah ol Jerome Rubinowitz will take place during the Saturday morning service, with Kiddush following Library Forms Great Hooks Group The Miami Public Memorial Library in %  peration with the Cieat Book! Foundation, has announce. I the formation of a Great Hooks discussion group as a part o| the librai \ 's progi am of adult education A group of i!i> to : Ernest N. Spickler. fund-raising specialist, has been assigned from the United Jewish Appeal to the Greater Miami Jewish Federation to assist the local staff in the forthcoming annual campaign conducted in behalf of the Combined Jewish Appeal, it has been announced by Federation Director. Morris Klass. Spickler will assist in developing a special project presently under organization in the apartment house and motel division of the campaign. Leaf I rr Training Cour.M> 0|Mii"s The fust M.-*bion of the Young Judaea Leaders Training course was held on Monday at the home of Mrs. E. Mandeil. 3164 Sheridan Avenue. Monday night's session was devoted to the Young Judaea program and to the Tsofim of Israel Herman I'opkin. director of the Southern Zionist Youth Commision. led the discussion on the Young Judaea program. Miss Rachel Frankel, National Young Judaea field worker from Israel. led the discussion on the Tsofim. Harry J. Son/. chairman of the Youth Commission, presented a woi kshop on scouting in Young Judaea groups. Victory Breakfast culminatina the Membership Cainpuiqn-of the Greater Miami Hebrew Academy listening to Rabbi David Shapiro (standing), describe unusual stories of the summerlong drive. Amona those at head table at the Strath Haven hotel are (left to right) Harry Genet, vice president. Judtje Harold B. Spaet representing new members; Rubbi Alexander Gross. Academy principal: and Councilman Harold Turk, representing new parents. Flagler-Granada Holds Halloween Jamboree The Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center will present its Third Annual Holloween Jamboree on Saturday evening. November 1st, 8 p.m. Harry Zide, chairman of the affair, announced that the program will include a costume parade with prizes for the most unusual outfit. Sholem Lodge Donates 25 Pints Of Blood Here i In cooperation with the Armed Forces Blood Donor Program. Sholem Lodge No. 1024, B'nai i B'rith. has contributed 25 pints of blood from their blood bank, it lhas been announced by Judge William L. Pallot. president. Last year the Lodge contributed 25 pints to Pratt General Hospital and 23 pints to Mount Sinai Hospital. Pallot said. I'M 1 Ins U filial! Mf IMav i %  The University ol Miami Varsity Basketball Team was introduced to the public last MonIday night, at the Greatei Miami Jewish Community ("enter. Town Branch Gymnasium. Cy Shadoff. University leading | scorer in recent years jnd the I nation's top foul shooter last year who is presently assistant coach i at the University, introduced the players individually. 2'/a% QUALITY FOOD AT REASONABLE PRICES TOP QUALITY ROAST PRIME RIBS OF BEEF FRANCES CONSTANCE NOW OPEN 24th St. & BUcayne Blvd. Phone 9-3078 j on INSURED SAVINGS Free 1 fa hour porting of Miami Parking Garage, 224 S. Miami Avt. m e by Moil at ftto ,1.1. U'uui ill *•>



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bAY. OCTOBER 31, 1952 +J(*vist)tk>rklton PAGE 3B ring The Week ...AS I see it By LEO MINDLIN Israel Silver Named Supervisor Of Jewish Community Center Branch Tl I_. T •, >H. FRANK KINGDON spoke effectively at a recent meeting professional Division, Bonds of Israel Government, held in jelano Hotel. He added a new twist to the usual oratorical nd ;it such affairs by indicating that there were more than mental matters to be considered in the upbuilding of the new sli state. | Yet. this seemed simple theorizing, for Dr. Kingdon proceeded more emotional than any speaker I ha\v heard since Rabbi ng Miller. ZOA president, visited here last March. Dr. Kingis a former Minister, and heart-iending methods of delivery I undoubtedly an inherent part of his background. The chief ficulty. as I saw it. was thai he failed to consider the character pis audience. Effective speaking, alone, did little to bridge the gap between e l; and the physicians, dentists, attorneys and accountants seatMore him. A renowned intellectual, he might have put to use D f his technical knowledge by way of capturing the fancy of iional listeners. Added to this, was Dr. Kingdon's review Ijaeli economic matters which differed in fact by not one degree any other presented her previously. • • • • fHIS DOES NOT mean to say that the author-radio commenrasnt wholly disarming. Earlier, at a cocktail party in his hi personally met with Miami communal leaders and put purchasers on the spot by eliciting from them promfurther buying. It is difficult to criticize the tasteof such thods when the stakes are so high. I But there was little that even Dr. Kingdon's persuasive per•lity could do. his generalized delivery apart, in the face of an ftente marked by so many notable absences. For one thing, jmber of persons present represented a miniscule fraction of ater Miami's Jewish professionals. One can not, however, take i'.k with any degree of sincerity those who stayed away. because more grievous was the failure of Miami's ip to appear. Thus far this stason, they have preservecord of non-participation. The Judith Epstein-Molly at the Hibiscus Auditorium, presumably an inaugural t uncover one solitary member of the Greater Mian i Council. .. cL'.-ird. it is interesting to n on the triumj which attended the announcement of ;: %  Coui A| :. Designed to explain its future %  %  a p is m the added effi( iem y with which su -ii .'.I bear campaign resj K n ipi i! is too early for negative criticism. Eut it is also t I chairmen must be more than titular. Were fco-d workers only irterested in gracing their ranks with weighty comlily nemos, they soem to have been most accurate in their ices. Such, however, is not the case; they anticipated receiv|i!ie soil of leadership few American Jewish communities can attain. I have until now in fact inherited little but the I pas ive blessing by virtue of reputation and remain rud^ [nd the affairs of a campaign that must sain in strength latter phases. The recent Professional Division Dinner in the sale of some S20.000 worth of bonds. More could been achieved with the Council's direct participation; nom111 on in these matters is obviously of little value. • • • • • INEVITABLY THE TRULY fertile field for solicitation will lie Trades Division. Perhaps the campaign leadership's symare whole-heartedly there. Perhaps, indeed, it was little into support the Professional Division for this reason, choosilternative to leave what it considered a congenitally weak financially to its own devices. I Should such prove to be the case, then a very real danger apfrs. one which strikes deeply at the heart of a question many have chosen to avoid. It is no secret that the Bond Council's pbership includes persons equally active in Miami's Combined nth Appeal Campaign. On. becomes timid at thy prospect of phoning allegiances or competition with regard to the two jes; apologists, who desparalely view the two organizations as elementary in design and aim, point to their single saving •rence that CJA funds are donated and that Israel Bonds [purchased and repaid with interest. lut the fact remains that both call simultaneously upon a spenarket for aid and that response to the call is often regulated hoice. One organization thus finds itself favored in lieu of the t; reasons in the matter are varied and of no consequence to the In any event, this sort of favoritism, whether recognized or currently confuses the motives of Miami's Bond Council. i Now that the Bond Campaign here has decided to emulate 5 "nethods, what will ha its leadership's attitude in canvasthe financial plum that tha Trades Division comprises? How Council members, themselves, divide their donations and/or phases? Should this matter be further avoided, the Trades • %  on may well become an economic battlefield on which both >ations grapple and loea, clear statement of motivation and intention must thus be coming. Absence from affairs designed to solicit purchase of SI M Cl IsSUe ** mere,y *" indication of the Bond Council's attiMore is needed — whether, indeed, the avoidance of its repibility by default is 'the product of personal confusion or of fakable, competitive reasons. • • • • WOMAN LIES DESPARATELY ILL in Mount Sinai HosThis is her fifth visit there during the past eleven months. s '"'"eady had 46 blood transfusions and needs more if her M 6e SaVed Her name S MrS Robert J ZW f 120 SW 31Sl • Miami. Suffering from Lymphosarcoma. her need is for-fresh directly transferred from the donor. Much is indicated here M the fulfillment of the Hebrew tradition of Bikur Cholim. ommunity will, I am sure, respond. The appointment of Israel Silver as Branch supervisor of the Town Branch, Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, was announced here by Ephraim Gale, executive director. Silver will be responsible for the supervision of the professional and maintenance sfaffs and the development of the various programs at the Center. Prior to his arrival here, he was a Center supervisor with the East Boston Social Center Council in Boston, Massachusetts. In connection with this position, he was also manager and director of the East Boston Camps, operated by the agency. During the past summer, he was employed by the Associated Jewish Philanthropies of Boston, as program director at Camp Kingswood, Bridgton, Maine. While in the Boston area, SilIver was also connected with the I Children's Aid Association and Cambridge Community Service. He received his professional ( t raining at Boston University, obi taining the Bachelor's degree in Education and a Master's degree in social group work. While at the School of Social Work, Silver ; was president of his class and was elected to the University Hall of Fame for achievements and participation in all University activities. Silver was also an active, member of the school's Student-Faculty Committee. He is a ir.eml)i':of various professional ganizations including the Ni I al Associati m of Jewi Workers, the American As tion of Group Workers and the %  i At the present time, Silver resides with his wife and two daughters at 2843 SW 37. h Court, Miami. Conducts Rumor Clinic Sharet Chapter, B'nai B'rith. Young Women held their regular meeting on October 28th at the home of Miss Lenore Cook, 934 SW 9th Street. Miss Joyce Zimmerman, of the Anti-Defamati in League, B'nai B"rith, conducted a rumor clinic at the meeting. MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Wholesale and Retail Rough or Pulverized Grade A. Soil Phone 4-033S Tamara Chapter Has Joint Celebration A joint celebration marked the meeting of Tamara Chapter, Mizrachi Women's Oragnization, on Tuesday evening, at the Cromwell Hotel. As part of the festival of Jewish Book Month, members of the Chapter heard Louis Schwartzman, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, in a discussion of Hayim Nachman Bialik's book, Aftergrowth. The meeting also celebrated the Jewish poet's anniversary at that time. J 1 %  SlvowCole al JL U1WJ>J Good Food | 225 Washington Avt Miami Beach o fjJfJJJTfli State of Israel $500,000,000 Independence Issue 3-7/2% Coupon Bono's You'are invited to deposit Coupon No. 3* toyour local bant: lor collection of interest payment on or after November 1, 1952. You can get your Prospectus end buy your Israel Bonds at American Financial and Development Corporation for lsr*l 120 Broadway. New York 5. N. 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LAY OCTOBER 31. 1952 r i — HI irua land Mrs. Jack Martin, of Meridian Avenue, an|ice the Bar Mitzvah of son, Neil, at the Miami th Jewish Center tomor[morning, November 1st. bi Irving Lehrman will of|e. The Bar Mitzvah atthe Miami Beach Jewcenter Religious School |the Ida M. Fisher Junior School. IMIDDLE-AGE LADY LESIRES POSITION AS COMPANION-COOK TAKE FULL CHARGE !00D REFEHENCES P.. Box 2973. Miami 18 g lenistiFkriaHbin PAGE 5 B #If -U 1 Offers Varied Program An unusual program for the occupied mothers is being offered by the Beach Branch of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. This program is a five-day week, after-school program which provides for pickup of the children at the schools at dismissal time and delivery home at 5 p.m. The activities offered include Arts and Crafts, Group Play, Dramatics, Athletics, Dancing and Music, Jewish Festival Programming, Swimming and Trips. The Agency provides the highest health standards for the children. There are regular visits from a Public Health Nurse and a committee of local physicians act in a supervisory capacity. Jerome Rubinowitz Is liar Mitzvah Jerome Louis Rubinowitz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Rubinowitz, of 516 15th Street, Miami Beach, will become Bar Mitzvah tomorrow morning, November 1st, at the Hebrew Academy. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross will officiate. The Bar Mitzvah was a member of the first graduating class of the Hebrew Academy, June, 1952, and attends Miami Beach High School. • He is a member of Troop 35, Miami Beach Boy Scouts, and was John Stoller Bar Mitzvah Tomorrow The Bar Mitzvah of John Stoller, son of Mr. Leon Stoller, 840 16th Street, will take place at the Miami Beach Jewish Center tomorrow morning, November 1st. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. The Bar Mitzvah is a student at the Miami Beach Jewish Center Religious School. He also attends Miami Beach Senior High School. A reception will follow the service. I Builders of Immortal Memorials for the pisrt # rupsB Jewish Trade ream tad by Simon Selden %a % %  W. MM Mr*** It H J )l: for the 2-Story White Building rmond Monument Co. JARKERS S40.00 PLUS PEMETERY CHARGES Sundays Phone 4-3249 Name Mrs. Wellins Committee Head For Second Term The B'nai B'rith Youth Committee, policy forming group of B'nai B'rith for the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization, reelected Mrs. A. Frank Wellins as chairman for the second year. A former president of the Coral Gables Women's chapter, Mrs. Wellins was a resident of Westchester, New York. While in that community she was active in the Mamaroneck Jewish Center Sisterhood and was given a citation for her outstanding work in the community. She attended Columbia University and has her CPA. A resident in Greater Miami for the past six years, she has been active in B'nai B'rith and now holds the position of Parliamentarian for the Women's Council of South Florida. She is also Southern BBYO chairman for District No. 5. A resident of Coral Gables, where she lives with her husband and two children, Stanley and Frances, Mrs. Wellins is a member of the Zamora Jewish Center Sisterhood and was formerly on the Board of Directors of the Jewish Centers Association of Greater MiOpen Forum On Parties Tonight There will be an open forum on the subject of the forthcoming elections on Friday evening, 8:15 p.m., at the Lyceum, 1545 S.W. 3rd Street, sponsored jointly by the Workmen's Circle, Jewish Socialist Verband, and the Dade County Central Labor Union. The introduction to the discussion will be given by Charles Towle, Editor, The Miami Labor Citizen, and Joseph Duntov, Secretary of the Southern District, the Workmen's Circle. M. G. Drapkin, of the Labor Political Committee of Dade County and Secretary-Treasurer of the Hotel and Restaurant Employees Union, will be moderator. Sam Macy, Manager of the ILGWU, will introduce the speakers. Membership Tea The home of Mrs. Jack Janoff, 2840 Prairie Avenue, will be the scene of the next membership tea to be given by the Brandeis Chapter, American Jewish Congress, on Thursday, November 6th, at 1 p.m., Mrs. Samuel Berlin will deliver a report on the Congress program. The rest of the afternoon will be given over to cards and Mah Jong. Jerome L. Rubinowitz catcher lor vne Ail-Star Little League Baseball Team. Mrs. Rubinowitz is president of the Hebrew Academy Women. Mr. Rubinowitz is a member of the Board of the Hebrew Academy and the Miami Beach Apartment House Association. He is also a member of the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Blender, of Paterson, New Jersey, his maternal grandparents, will fly here for the occasion. Others arriving by plane are Mrs. Robert Lazerowitz, of Fairlawn, New Jersey, his great aunts; Mrs. Catherine Millmer, Bayonne, New Jersey; and Mrs. Sarah Zakroff. oi Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. A Kiddush will lollow the ceremony. SPECIAL THIS WEEK Pearl-Wick Hampers $5.98 -envenient Home or Apartment Size, Self-Ventilating Stesl-Ribbed Construction with Decorated Top Grean • White • Rose • Maize I0RRIS BROTHERS MIAMI BEACH 1261 WASHINGTON AVENUE STAR of DAVID MEMORIAL PARK SOUTH MIAMI'S MOST BEAUTIFUL CEMETERY Pro-development prices at this time U-METTO ROAD. SOUTH MIAMI PH. 67-3669 Bernard E. Sup worth, Pies. Dinner For Servicemen The Veterans Committee of Greater Miami for the B'nai B'rith Lodge is sponsoring a project to have all service men in the area enjoy Thanksgiving dinner on Thursday. November 27th, in private homes, according to Leo Steinman, chairman of the Committee, and Mrs. Helen Sanders, co-chairman. The evening will be climaxed by the monthly stage Door Canteen at the Miami Beach Auditorium. Invitations may be mailed to Box 4635, Steinman said. Ronald Allen Kronowitz will become Bar Mitzvah during Saturday services of Temple Beth Sholom tomorrow morning, November 1st, at 9 a.m. A 9th grade student of Miami Beach High School, he is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Kronowitz, 1221 Stillwater Drive. Post Holy Day Appeal lips Bond Sales Here The post High Holiday appeal held at the Hialeah Miami Springs Jewish Center this week where $2,000 in bonds were sold, brought the grand total to $88,550, in sixteen synagogues. The largest amount, $30,450. was sold at the Miami Beach Jewish Center with the appeal conducted by Rabbi Irving Lehrman. How 'Successful this was may be measured by the fact that the grand total of appeals made in fifteen synagogues netted the sum of $56,100. In a telegram to Rabbi Lehrman, Henry Morgenthau, Jr. extended congratulations on the ersults of the appeal. The post High Holiday appeal held at the Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish Center this week where $2,000 in bonds were sold, brought the grand total to $88.550 in the sixteen synagogues. Reverend Leo Heim, Philip Begun and Judge Louis Bandel spoke for the Bond Campaign, and Clifford A. Straus, Field Director, conducted the appeal. FOR ri.vM.v#; Phone 3-7124 TWI N CITY PRES S. inc. 120 N.E. SIXTH STREET C


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:: 7080100 .YACHT < -• ac3D t ^IDAY, OCTOBER 31. 19 52 LEGAL NOTICE _... +JelsbFk)r*flor PAGE 11 B [AM It 1 bji riCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW [i-K IS HEREBY (ilVKN that lerslgned, desiring to engage In under tinfictitious name or 11K A< • 11 RKNDIX COMPANY. rnlliiiH Avenue, Miami Beach, Intend to rcalster aalR1DIAN. K{..-. .t .it Miami. Florida, this 14th ol i ii tober, I9."i2. E II LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court By: WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk Ifl.N Mill B. MAMILKK Itomey for Plaintiff Ingraham Building Ua'ui Florida IJ.M-JI ii/T LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thu the undersigned, desiring !,, engage In NVTiovIV "."• ''<•""<""' "me .,. A X ,ONAI CREDIT CARD OK FLORIDA. SOCTHEHN Hi VISION Int. ^H".'"'" \ M BM ftMii,ml H l lh Intends to register said name with the County'."noHda 1 """ CWtt '" a "" 10/24-31 11/T-.4 W "' UAM CH ^ l: DhEI'll Ittorney 2:: .-, > I | Florida :--'t-:'.l — 11/ NOTICE BY PUBLICATION THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE LEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 153705 RA.VCES KARRANT, Plaintiff, RVARDo JOSEPH KKI1HAXT, %  II \RH IERRANTK. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE ti RICCARHo JOSEPH PERRANT In I n man St.. .-'. X. Y. Ven hi n by notified that %  itiii I tint for Divorce ha* been >-in. and you are rcerve .i copy of your AnaI'li udlng to the liill of i'iimhe plaintiff* Attorne) and islnal Answer or Pleading of the Clerk of the 'li in befoi a the i ith da) ( S'oxi IHIHT, 1952. If you fail to : nlgmenl by default will be n ngainsl you f'*v the relief .!.-': < Bill of Complaint. This noti • shall be published once foui consecutive weeks I THE JEWISH FI-ORIDIAN. PONE AND ORDERED at Miami. lorlda, ibis nth day of October, AH E. I! I.EATHER.MAN. Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida "in t Seal) By WM W. STOCKING. Heputy Clerk C.OLDEN. Esq. for Plaintiff Id llldg. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that • undersigned, desiring to engage In ---under the fictitious name of M'tPENDENT PIIJ, AND TOP Ml. CO., at Mo;N. W. 2th Avenue. nitmis to register said name ith th.clerk of the Circuit Court if I '.i'l.County, Florida. ERNEST LEDER Sole Owner : II 11/7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW I IS HEREBY GIVEN that dgned, desiring to engage In under the fictitious name of Mil, in AM, FABRICS, at Ml Glr\Mime, Coral Cables, Florida, ii.l to register said name with the ik of the Circuit Court of Dade ] lorlda. WHITEHALL FARRICS. INC. JIAKOLD KARI. HALRERT VLORENCE HAI.PERT l JERRY WINTERS 1 1-31 11/7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS .. .,, NAME LAW I N" I ICE IS HEREBY (1IVEN that %  •• undersigned, desiring to engage In under the fictitious name of .'• %  K SOU. CO.. CERTIFIED j..\.\li II i :lt snake Creek and N. W. 1 Avenu.-. Miami. Florida. Intends ; reKlsler said name with the -Clerk '• OlreuH Court of Dade County, CERTIFIED MUCK soil. CO., INC {M>RIK .1. TAI.IANOFF. ESQ. .'"!"" 1 ,,,r Applicant : MARIE KOBROCK You are hereb) notified that a BUI mplatnl for 11> has bi • •. riled againal ysu, and you are required lo serve copj ol yi u Answer or Pli ai thi Bill ol ComPlaint on the nlalntlfl %  Attorney, STEPHEN 1' KESSLER, 2100 W. Flagler st M ami. Wa.. and file the original Answer or Pleading In tieoffice of the Clerk "f the Circuit Courl -ii oi bi fore the Jth di i ol Novembi If yi .i fall to do o, ludgmenl by default will be taken against you f. i the relief demanded In the Bill "f Complaint. DONE AM' ORDERED a) Miami, Florida, this % %  '.. da) of October, A.D. 1*5] E. B., I.EATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court. D.de County, Florida (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIC.E Deputy Clerk 10/10-17-24-81 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOVICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to < ngage In business under the fictitious name --f TROPICAL DISTRIBUTORS, at II"" N. w tSrd St.. Miami, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit curt of Dade County, Florida. HARRY STEIN LEO ROST 1" 1" %  1 7-21-21 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA — IN PROBATE, No 2XKI9B In Re: ESTATE OF CHARLES STANLEY a/k/a CHARLES KDWARD STANLEY 1 leceased To All Creditors and All Person* Having Claims or Demands Agnin.-t Said Estate: You, and each of you, are hereb} notified and' required to presenl in) claims and demands which you. or either of you. may have against the estate of CHARLES EDWARD STANLEY deceased late of Dad.County, Florida. to the Honorable I'fiUlllv Judge* "f Dade County, and file tie same in his office in the Count! Courthouse in Dade County. Florida. within eight calendar months fi rm the date of the first publication hereof Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barrel Date October 22, AD. lSS. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN As Administrator of the Estate of CHARLES EDWARD STANLEY I ,--eased. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Administrator 10/24-31 11/7-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and vou are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney. HERMAN COHEN", 130S Congress Building, Miami :!2. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 12th day of November, 1952. If you fail to do so, Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall he published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. l-.ciil.i, this 15th day of October. A.D. 1952. K. R. LEATHERMAN, Ci.-rk. Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida (Circuit Conit Seal) Hy.M. C. FEIGE, Deputy Clerk HERMAN COHEN Attorney for Plaintiff 1305 Congress Building Miami 32. Florida in 17-24-31 >ooi;' NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engag. business under the fictitious nami l BARGAINS' GALORE, at 12"7 N. IV Srd Avenue. Miami. Florida, int.-ii I.,to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, I|oi :-l.STUART GINSBERI i s..]e i iwner) l" 17-21 '.l : t : NOTiqe. Y PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 153814 CLAM "ITlrt'DERSON, Plaintiff vs. BENJAMIN RIU'DEI'.Si IN, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: BENJAMIN BRODBR80N Chief Carpenter U.S.S. SALSBDKY IAV-13) c o Postmaster San Francisco. California. You are hereby notified thai a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has l •. n filed against vou. and you are required I" serve a ropy of your Answ,i or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the idaintiff's Attorney. HERMAN COHKN. MOS congress Building. Miami 82, Florida, and file original Answer or Pleading in th.office of the Clerk of the Circuit Com t on r before the 12th day of November, 19**. If you fail to do BO, JllSfmcnt bj default will be taken against WU for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. This notice sh.,11 be published once each week for four consecutive week* in THE JEWISH 1-LOR11 'I AN. DONE AND ORDERED al Miami. Florida, this r>th day of October, A.D. 1952, i: B, LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida (Circuit Court Seal) Bj M, c FEIQE, Deputy Clerk HERMAN IHEN Attorney foi Plaintiff 1205 I Bu Idlng \i I 12, FT %  : Ids 1" '7-24.::i —11/7 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN COUNTY .ll'DGI'.S COURT. DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA — NO 27308 RE ESTATE IF FANNIE Wl ILPE, I leceaaed, Ni ITICE is hereb> given thai I I • filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge s* Executor of thi estate of FANNIE WOLPE, deceaa and that on the 2l day of November, 1952, "ill appls I" one of the Hi able County Judges of Dade Count'. Florida. i"i approval of said final n port and for final discharge as E.\. itor of the Estate of FANNIE WOLP i decease fl. This 17th-dav of October, 1152. s. MYER A WOLPPPE As BSecutor of the Estate of Fannie Wolpe, Deceased. MAX R, SILVER Attorney for Executor H22 Seybold uilding Miami 32. Florida 10/24-31 11/7-14 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.IN CHANCERY NO. 153641-C. CALDONIA LANE. Plaintiff. vs. DAVID LANE. Defendant. TO: DAVID LANE Address I'nknown YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat a Bill "f Complaint for Duo.,, 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 plaintiff's attorney, BEN ESSEN, and file the original Answer or pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on oi before 'he lth dnv of November, 1952: Otherwise thi Bill of Complaint for Divorce heretofore filed herein will be taken as conlesscd by vou. Dated: October 20th. uir>2. E B. I.EATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court. Dole County, Florida. (Circuit Conn Seali B] WM. W. BTOCKINO. Deputy Clerk. BEN 'ESSEN Attorney for Plaintiff 823 Seybold Bldg. Miami. Florida 10/24-31 11 .'7-14 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! Th* Jewish Floridlan S4> Bdbj your legal notice*. We appre clcrt e your patronage and guarantee accurate %  •Trie* at legal rate*. 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Quiz Kids On
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series, the Greater Miami Hebrew
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Sunday morning at 10.45 a.m.,
over station WMIE.
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regular feature of Simon Seidens
Jewish Forurr. of the Air.
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Lauer. Rose Berman. Seymour
Spolter and Melvin Sachs. Rabbi
David Shapiro acted as mod-
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scheduled weekly thereafter.
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Hebrew literature and Jewish
life. Dr. David S. Andron. acad-
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inaugural program.
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OCTOBER 31. 1952 = +Jewish tier Mian PAGE 5 B • %  -; emme on,.,* j Varied Program An unusual program for the occupied mothers is being offered by the Beach Branch of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. This program is a five-day week, after-school program which provides for pickup of the children at the schools at dismissal time and delivery home at 5 p.m. The activities offered include Arts and Crafts, Group Play, Dramatics, Athletics, Dancing and Music, Jewish Festival Programming, Swimming and Trips. The Agency provides the highest health standards for the children. There are regular visits from a Public Health Nurse and a committee of local physicians act in a supervisory capacity. 9 Jerome Rubinowitz Is Bar Mitzvah Jerome Louis Rubinowitz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Rubinowitz, of 516 15th Street, Miami Beach, will become Bar Mitzvah tomorrow morning, November 1st, at the Hebrew Academy. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross will officiate. The Bar Mitzvah was a member of the first graduating class of the Hebrew Academy, June, 1952, and attends Miami Beach High School. • He is a member of Troop 35. Miami Beach Boy Scouts, a nd was John Stoller Bar Mitzvah Tomorrow The Bar Mitzvah of John Stoller, son of Mr. Leon Stoller, 840 16th Street, will take place at the Miami Beach Jewish Center tomorrow morning, November 1st. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. The Bar Mitzvah is a student at the Miami Beach Jewish Center Religious School. He also attends Miami Beach Senior High School. A reception will follow the service. nd Mrs. lack Martin, of iMeridian Avenue, anthe Bar Mitzvah of rjon, Neil, at the Miami Jewish Center tomorhorning, November 1st. Irving Lehrman will ofThe Bar Mitzvah at|the Miami Beach Jewenter Religious School Be Ida M. Fisher Junior School. klDDLE-AGE LADY SIRES POSITION AS )MPANION-COOK TAKE FULL CHARGE )OD REFERENCES Box 2973. Miami 18 luilders of Immortal Memorials for the |VDT7 V ni3XD Jewish Trade Kent*] by Simon Selden for the 2-Story White Building iond Monument Co. VRKERS S40.00 PLUS EMETERY CHARGES Sundays Phone 4-3249 Name Mrs. Wellins Committee Head For Second Term The B'nai B'rith Youth Committee, policy forming group of B'nai B'rith for the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization, reelected Mrs. A. Frank Wellins as chairman for the second year. A former president of the Coral Gables Women's chapter, Mrs. Wellins was a resident of Westchester, New York. While in that community she was active in the Mamaroneck Jewish Center Sisterhood and was given a citation for her outstanding work in the community. She attended Columbia University and has her CPA. A resident in Greater Miami for the past six years, she has been active in B'nai B'rith and now holds the position of Parliamentarian for the Women's Council of South Florida. She is also Southern BBYO chairman for District No. 5. A resident of Coral Gables, where she lives with her husband and two children, Stanley and Frances, Mrs. Wellins is a member of the Zamora Jewish Center Sisterhood and was formerly on the Board of Directors of the Jewish Centers Association of Greater Miami. Op#*it I *i inn On Parties Toniaht There will be an open forum on the subject of the forthcoming elections on Friday evening, 8:15 p.m., at the Lyceum, 1545 S.W. 3rd Street, sponsored jointly by the Workmen's Circle, Jewish Socialist Verband, and the Dade County Central Labor Union. The introduction to the discussion will be given by Charles Towle, Editor, The Miami Labor Citizen, and Joseph Duntov, Secretary of the Southern District, the Workmen's Circle. M. G. Drapkin, of the Labor Political Committee of Dade County and Secretary-Treasurer of the Hotel and Restaurant Employees Union, will be moderator. Sam Macy, Manager of the ILGWU, will introduce the speakers. Membership Tea The home of Mrs. Jack Janoff, 2840 Prairie Avenue, will be the scene of the next membership tea to be given by the Brandeis Chapter, American Jewish Congress, on Thursday, November 6th, at 1 p.m., Mrs. Samuel Berlin will deliver a report on the Congress program. The rest of the afternoon will be given over to cards and Mah Jong. SPECIAL THIS WEEK Pearl-Wick Hampers nvenient Home or Apartment Size, Self-Ventilating Steal-Ribbed Construction with Decorated Top G:s3n • White • Rose • Maize KRIS BROTHERS MIAMI BEACH 1261 WASHINGTON AVENUE Jerome L. Rubinowitz catcher lor tne Ail-Star Little League Baseball Team. Mrs. Rubinowitz is president of the Hebrew Academy Women. Mr. Rubinowitz is a member of the Board of the Hebrew Academy and the Miami Beach Apartment House Association. He is also a member of the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Blender, of Paterson, New Jersey, his maternal grandparents, will fly here for the occasion. Others arriving by plane are Mrs. Robert Lazerowitz, of Fairlawn, New Jersey, his great aunts; Mrs. Catherine Millmer, Bayonne, New Jersey; and Mrs. Sarah Zakroff. oi Philadelphia. Pennsylvania. A Kiddush will follow the ceremony. Dinner For Servicemen The Veterans Committee of Greater Miami for the B'nai B'rith Lodge is sponsoring a project to have all service men in the area enjoy Thanksgiving dinner on Thursday. November 27th, in private homes, according to Leo Steinman, chairman of the Committee, and Mrs. Helen Sanders, co-chairman. The evening will be climaxed by the monthly stage Door Canteen at the Miami Beach Auditorium. Invitations may be mailed to Box 4635, Steinman said. Post Holy llav Appeal I ps Bond Sales Here The post High Holiday appeal i held at the Hialeah Miami Springs Jewish Center this week where $2,000 in bonds were sold, brought the grand total to $88.550, in sixteen synagogues. The largest amount, $30,450, was sold at the Miami Beach Jewish Center with the appeal conducted by Rabbi Irving Lehrman. How 'Successful this was may be measured by the fact that the grand total of appeals made in fifteen synagogues netted the sum of $56,100. In a telegram to Rabbi Lehrman, Henry Morgenthau, Jr. extended congratulations on the ersults of the appeal. The post High Holiday appea held at the Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish Center this week where $2,000 in bonds were sold, brought the grand total to S88,550 in the sixteen synagogues. Reverend Leo Heim. Philip Begun and Judge Louis Bandel spoke for the Bond Campaign, and Clifford A. Straus, Field Director, conducted the appeal. Ronald Allen Kronowitz will become Bar Mitzvah during Saturday services of Temple Beth Sholom tomorrow morning, November 1st, at 9 a.m. A 9th grade student of Miami Beach High School, he is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Kronowitz, 1221 Still water Drive. 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E. 47th Street, will take place Sunday, November 2nd, 4 p.m., at Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating. Mr. Dunner is survived by his wife, Gertrude: a son. Jay; a brother Abe; and a sister, Mrs. Clara Mohen, all of Miami. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company; friends and relatives are asked to be present. Herbert Miller Dies Herbert Samuel Miller, 21, of 3470 SW 10th Street, one of two brothers injured in a crash of their light plane near Tamiami Airport last Sunday, died at 12:50 a.m. early Friday at Jackson Memorial Hospital. His brother, Martin, 24, was still in serious condition at Veterans Administration Hospital. 26th SEASON FIRST CONCERT TICKIIKOWIXT MTHETIBUI STMPH0NT lnthKin Pint Ctnctrlt THE UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA JOHN BITTER. Conductor FIRKUSNY SUNDAY, NOV. 2. :30 P.M. MIAMI BEACH AUD. MONDAY, NOV. 3, 8:30 P.M. DADE COUNTY AUD. %  MM lllfcrtM LSI. 1.15. 2.01. 2.SI. 1.10 Fr rts. 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* )AY. OCTOBER 31, 1952 ja Cowan Weds [arles Feldman wedding ring canopy of ^e chrysanthemums and pomfeatured the wedding of Lila Gayle Cowan and k] es Richard Feldman last lidiiy at the Park Synagogue, leland, Ohio, with Rabbi Arid Cohen officiating. \ss Cowan is the daughter of Sophia Cowan, 4120 Pine Drive. Miami Beach. The bgroom is the son of Mrs. feldman, Cleveland. \e bride wore a gown of chanlace over satin with full illusion neckline and long |es. A lace skull cap held veil. She carried three orand stepanotis on a Bible. Itron of honor was Mrs." Irv|Herlands, the bridegroom's Bndesmatrons were Mrs. ^rd Katovsky and Mrs. Aaroldslein in dusty rose gowns net skirts, portrait neckland velvet bodices. Keldman was best man man. his brother. Ushers were j A reception i n the Synagogue rt Lusher, Allan Adell, AarBallroom followed the ceremony. Jewish fhridtian PAGE 7A Mrs. Charles Feldman on Goldstein and Edward Sugar|s Beverly Block Marries Jerome Pies In Double Ring Rites On Reach liss Beverly Ruth Block was wed to Jerome Henry Parkes, Mr. Philip Parkes, 344 Meridian Avenue, last Sundav evening Bel-Aire Hotel. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, spiritual leader of legation Beth Jacob, officiated. feughter of Mr. Herman Block. 39 Santillane Avenue, Coral ts. the bride was given in marriage by her lather. the double ring ceremony, lornu r Miss Block was atin a gown Of white net |a silver brocade top. Her ras nylon net with lace and white seed pearls on hvith matching lace gloves. Can ii ci white orchids on a Bible. Id of honor was Miss Ruth pan attired in a powder blue iwn augmented by pink carps with blue lacing. Junior naid was Miss Saundra i sister of the groom, ati a pink dress of nylon net >mk carnations with blue ler attendants included Mrs |r who kept the guest book, nan for the groom was Mike ch, Ins uncle. |riywed Mrs. Pafcer gradfrom Miami Senior High ll and attended the UniverJof Florida and Miami. She |affiliated with Phi Sigma Sorority. I groom graduated from Mileach High School, attended Iniversity of Florida and is >ran of World War II. havprved in the United States Muriel Sedon Weds William Weinberg In Candlelight Rites Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Sedon, 520 SW 26th Road, announce the marriage of their daughter Muriel to Mr. William Weinberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham "Weinberg of New York City. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiated at the double ring candlelight ceremony on Sunday, October 19th, at the Trocadero, in front of an alter banked with gold and white chrysanthemums and palms. Soloist was Mr. Bernard Schaft, accompanied by the Lou Adler Trio of violin, cello and accordian. Mr. Lawrence Weinberg, brother of the groom was best man. Ushers were the Messrs. Howard Davidow, Scott Tinter and Morris Levitt. Given away by her father, the bride chose a bouffant gown of white nylon tulle and imported French chantilly lace. The fitted jacket featured a high-boned calla lilly collar and long sleeves coming to a point at the wrist. Emphasis of the very full draped skirt was on a side cascade with chantilly lace motives a ppliqued with lace. For the traditional "something old", the bride wore a cathedral length veil of French illusion, held in place by a crown of heirloom lace, worn by the former Lynne Rabin, now Mrs. L. Wolfson. She carried her white satin confirmation Bible adorned with three pure white orchids and showered with miniature nylon lace fans and lilly of the valley. Maid of honor, Miss Stella Blight, wore an ice blue tulle formal with matching lace stole and bonnet, and carried a gold muff with bronze pompom mums. j Bridesmaid Miss Joyce Newlandier, cousin of the bride from Detroit, .Michigan, wore a yellow organfly formal with nile green velvet sash and Juliet cap of bronze pompom mums. She also carried a gold muff with flowers to match those of the maid of honor. Mrs. bride, Kccption followed the cereal the Bel-Aire Hotel. The ; mother was attired in lue romaine crepe with iw you can bake fine kosher cake s fisur s you CAN lur in — RririV of th.Day J'hoto Mrs. Jerome Parkes seeded pearls and irridescent beading. She carried a pink camelia corsage with pink accessories. The bridegroom's mother wore a light green irridescent dress embroidered with a rhinestone belt and light green suede shoes. The couple left for a honeymoon trip to Washington, D. C, and New York. They will make their residence in Flushing, New York, after November 15th. — Ardmore Sedon, mother of the chose a bronze waltz Women Hold Monthly Luncheon At Flagler Women of the Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center held | blue silk taffeta and double orMrs. William Weinberg length nylon tulle with matching stole. Her flowers were two orange queen orchids. Mrs. Weinberg, mother of the groom, chose steel grey tissue taffeta with lace inserts. Her flowers were two deep purple orchids. Mrs. Gisela Newlander, maternal grandmother of the bride, wore midnight a monthly luncheon on Tuesday at the Center. chid corsage. A reception and wedding dinner by candlelight Mrs. Arthur Solomon, chair-1 followed the ceremony. PIE! ss than I minutes package /"'ft 9e f j 5 'e 8d Ml |gin<'! Kosher home-baked cake 10 easy to make, it actually leaa lime than going out to |! Just add milk or water — -and bake! flomedary Cake,/%es Miami Conservatory Opens New Branch The Miami Conservatory has opened a new branch in the Coburn School at 1000 Bay Drive, Normandv Isle. All musical instruments are being offered for study. Sam Kane, who holds the Masters degree from New York University, is director of the Instrumental Department. Thomas Armour, artist and teacher of the dance, is dir, ctor of the Ballet Department. To encourage talent, the Conservatory is offering a free aptitude test each Saturday, beginning November 1st. 1 p.m. man, was assisted by the Mesdames Pearl Scher, Diani Shapiro, Dorothy Newman, Barbara Silver, Miriam Schiff, Lorraine Schaeffer, Helen Halpert and Rose Gordon. The bride, a native Miamian, attended Miami High School and was a member of the Jr. Wrightman Cup squad, and also Thespians, GAA and the tennis team. A drama major at the UM, she Guild Homes. was Tempo Magazine's first calendar girl of the month, Homecoming Hurricane Honey and Ibis Beauty Queen finalist. Prior to her marriage, she was with H. Hentz & Co., stock brokers. The groom is a graduate of New York Schools and the University of Arizona. He was stationed with the 41st Field Artillery Batallion at Ft. Benning, Ga. Upon completion of an extended honeymoon trip by motor through the Western United States and Canada, Mr. and Mrs. Weinberg will reside at the Beverly Hills Hotel in Los Angeles, where Mr. Weinberg is President of the Corn-Air Products and Golda Myerson Club To Hold Card Party Pioneer Women. Golda Myerson Club of Miami, will hold a Card Party at the Home Milk Company, 2451 NW 7th Avenue. Miami, on Wednesday evening, November 5th. 8:15 p.m. MM. Thelma Kitzen is chairman and Mrs. Ethel Nerove is cochairman of the affair. Proceeds ire for the Child Rescue Fund.



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Sdei .1 PAGE 2 B Our UN Newsletter By ARTHUR LEWIS (Copyright. 1952. Jewish Telegraphic Agency. life.) fjenisti ncrkkan %U4-4-HMIIN At I Mrs. Anna Greenberg. 64. of 6013 Indian Creek Drive. Miami Beach, prominent in local Jewish and civic organizations, died Saturday. She was the director FRIDAY, UNITED NATIONS — Although Israel :> naturally concerned g hen Wise cha pter of H ;re with the Palestine problem than any other question before ^ ^ ^ president of of the adasthe Temple imrmel Niaterhood Will Mr*. Julian Hennig Kext Thmr, Temple Israel Sisterhood will I man of the Com be honored by the presence of grams. Mrs. Julian Hennig. President of the National Federation of TernShe mittee jive to the c3e££ Union held n u„7' pie Sisterhoods. District No. 13, for the last two ...v. ...Ill cnoalr on "Wnrl/t I In. _year Swho will speak on "World Union" at a Brunch at Temple Isof the Sisterhood of Temp.. include the questions of French rule cf UM North Afnn p.otecsho and thc Wome n-s Auxiltorates of Tunisia and Morocco and the South African Government s ^ a{ M{ Smai Hospital treatment of non-white peoples. Sne m the w jf e 0 f tne late The Israeli delegate. Abba S Eban. played a prominent role the g^j Greenberg. a former direcJast time the Korean War was debated a couple of years ago during tor o{ Sydenham and Beth Israel Hospital in New York. Survivors include a son, Jerome G Greene, of Miami Beach, and four sisters, including Mrs. Fay Wolfe and Mrs. Samuel Aronstetn of Miami Beach. Many people knew Mrs. Greenberg as Sirs. Anna Greene. Servbnri a jces were held Sunday at Beach and Memorial Chapel, with burial in New York. Obituaries the Lake Success cays At that time, the United Nations, as represented by the cease-fire" committee, had called for the fighting to stop first before negotiations could begin, whereas the Chinese and North Koreans had appeared to be suspicious that no talks would fellow a truce. Mr. Eban came forward with a formula whu-h beCMM UM basis of a UN resolution, whereby the stages Of Btm %  **" wntmtice and a full dress peace conference, were ie'.-.:e. '.-sit-i ind guaranteed. Despite the failure of this resolution : rr.-£ truce, the Israeli delegation feels :1"'. --? wor< was not in it stands ready to act m a mediatory capacity now. sbo-lu .: r* needed. Israel has a much closer and more Utin—I interest in at leas: two parts of the Asian-Arab question. Those are the ones AMBBI with the question of French rule in Tunisia and Morocco. A: UH %  Assembly, the Moroccan item was postponed by the Steering Committee, and when this ruling was challenged and the question taken to the Assembly, it was again put off by a narrow margin, IT. this vote Israel abstained. On more than one occasion, the Israel: delegation has stated Jt od '. r the national independence of all subject terr:: riea N- fork 10 >.-..r? r by voting for the independence of Libya al— i ing it • %  r.: jgains* its own national Intel aging u I ing i n thei Arab state, tsrai •..;> principle: however, its p >ition on M •• greatly influenced bv the large Jewish ', pul tl untries. The:, are some 100.000 Jews Tui still larger number in Morocco. As to the items in the A.-iar. and Arab package. ly taken a stand on one of them: in •" :.es on this one for it is a This is the question of the tre.'.'ment of • South African Goternment; the other item maKin^ | the South African Government's treat• • ol non-white peoples is the question of the notorious apartheid H .; im PinetrYe Drtw M ami !'. %  h. \\ h<'.in., ht-r-1" \.-*r* **•• _.,.,-., i from Ne Tork. li-'l laat Kridav. ine israei delegation has voted in favor of a resolution calling sh '" eanrtved bj .. m, i: n the Governments of India. Pakistan and South Africa to u ~'' 1 r and table conference on the Mrs. Julian Hennig Mra. Hennig will workshop f or ^ Board of T em pi e hood on Wedneviav brunch. Activet^' er and a writer. Mrs H been conducting classes! hamentary Law ind Speaking. She ha< banian of 21 countiei in^jj olina for the Junior 12? and Supervisor of the Bk ter. Officers of the W, Sisterhood are: Mrs U, Schwartz, president \u! Thurman and Mrs j^Jj hainson vice pres.^ Max Holtsberg. Treasure-: G. Louis Mendeljon fa" Secretary: Mrs. Henrv Corresponding Secrebrj-" Ellard G. Conn, AssisUntfl rael on Thursday. November 6th. rjSfS^ Sec "** ** epn Bulbin. recording iSADOR B, SOLOMON >. -...... ...l frtda) f..r Isador -. -. moi :* M2 !'• ni >> 1\ .inn X .. Ion Miami H IM III :n rh.t!c \ %  v died W di eadaj. VRS MANNAH SAMUELS %  ih Samuel*, •. -A 14th A vi look place H %  i it with • V \. K. *( who did Thursda >. mford ( 't-nn 20 vas a nw mbi %  th N.II.' rial Child%  :i HoapltJI, 'ni* r of thc Jew ;-li Wornhei husband, Max '•' s Wolfe, %  — th •. slaters, two in !" •!.:.. f} eal -| The Sisterhood will have as its guests the Coral Gables Center Sisterhood and th e Beth Sholom Sisterhood. Mrs. Hennig, a native of Columbia, South Carolina, has been a Sisterhood leader for many years. She is a past officer of the NFTS. a former Executive Board member, and past chairMrs. Henry E. Wolfe.", u Mrs. Harold Thurminjs. ing as program chainaaj may be contacted at 38011' Drive, Coral Gables. ft AUGUST BROS k] ij'thr AMr' hold on the first issue. There has been no eetinc yet. due to the refusal of the South African Government to take part in these talks, but the Israeli delegation believes in bringing opposing sides into direct negotiations, and will vote for the uuon if it comes up again, as it is likely to do, at this Assembly. Israel i% naturally opposed to the South African racial segregation laws, but there is an international legal point involved in tnis issue. Although these laws are a blot '..-. md lira Helen Zareizk!. all of Miami Ik-rf.-h Service* and burial will '. !•• in New York, with Riverside Memortal Chapel. Miami Beach. :n charge "f lix-.il arrangement*. THE FINEST SOAP! Made from pure coconut oil. Cuts your cleaning time in hab! Distributed by Hi-Grade Food Company — Pica* S-W question whether they are not a domestic affjlr in which the United Nation* cannot interfere. Hrotrard # on ntu Chapter Presents Family Fraliett At IIHIIUIUHHI Center Family ProUcs were staged Health Machine, by Andrea Nel;• the Broward County Chapter, i n. Bob Leutaold, Bill Mars. Vic 3"rui B"nth Youth Organization' G laser R^^ 1 **"^!! and Ira last Saturday evening, at the I Z* fna ^ Pl ano Interlude, by Val.. .. ene Gorson and Miette Korda: Hollywood Jewish Community j NothnV Like • %  A^Darae. b_v Alan Center. Baum. Richard Axmrr; Vfc GlasProceeds were used for Na*t an d Ira Zofnas; I Don't Like tional BBYO projects, which in-1 Men D >' Claire Green. Gitar Solo, by Fred Nelson: The Viper, by Sue Colbv and Bill Mars: The Case, by Edith Boren and Sue Colby: Charleston, by Sandra Taylor. Miette Korda. Gem Lee Smith ana Paul Diamond: Make Believe, by Emi Included on the program were llv Rachman: Blues In Burlesque. by Marion Mannheim; Doin' What Comes Naturally, b..Pennv i Grument: Our Own Fashions, by Girls of the club: and Fin Hie: Auf Weidersehn. by Maureen Zofnas. Bill Mars. Athletic chairman. MAX LAUTMAN M, ol OD tStb Street Miami Beach. .i grocer who came here eight \t-ar* -g.. from Brooklyn, died Friday. He leave, his wife. Hunsie and two (iauhter. Mrs Blanche Kramer and Mrs Ullian Fisher, all of Miami Beach Service* and burial will be iumanit>. there is a | in Brooklyn, with Riverside Memorial 'hapel. Miami Beach. In charge MR$. ANNA SUSARMAN Bervtcai tor Mr* Anna Sugarman. • W, I I .-Tl". SW Third Avenue, wh.. died Frlda) were held Sundav in iiord


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KDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1952 schedule Hebrew kcademy Dinner lanuary 4th | The Fifth Annual Dinner of p e Greater Miami Hebrew Acady will be held on Sunday evjinfi. January 4th, at the Miami ach Auditorium, Dr. David S. dron, president, 'announced dnesday night at a meeting of Bo.'ird of Directors and other adeniy leaders. •Wo iinticipate that some 500 •sons will attend this year's ner which will be among the kndout affairs of 1953," Dr. Ann told an enthusiastic audii at the Academy's 1952-53 koff meeting held in th e San nnn Hotel. Tin Auditorium will be transTed into a night club equal to in Miami Beach for the .." Dr. Andion reported. "No er location in the Greater Mi. area could accomodate as e a crowd in as comfortable itting for this type of occasirice of the dinner remains couple, the group decided Inesday night. The Fifth AnJournal, sponsored by the frew Academy Women, will be led in conjunction with the •r. program of entertainment be offered at this year's dinkeeping pace with the rapid nth of the affair, Dr. Andron jjdge Harold B. Spaet will be piaster of the second session [the Academy's radio Quiz Is. slated Sunday morning at r< a.m., over WMIE. Joseph |e:. Effrom Mescheloff, MelSachs, Herman Shapiro and %  Andron will compete. lent* of the Academy weie ined Wednesday by the Is medical staff, headed by win H. Makovsky. Physicexuniinging the pupils were Maurice Blinski, pediatrics; Maurice Edelman, eye, ear, and throat; Dr. Hyman z. dentistry; Dr. Harold Kaufsurgery; Dr. Erna Klass, latrics; Dr. Simon M. Lipton, latrics; Dr. Louis G. Lytton, fJewish rkjridi&n PAGE 5 A taC EL22*2 W T" ETiii. 1 !*? BrU, ? Ch he 'T, ,h Great ^ Miami Chapter of Hadassah c will be culminated with a Paid Up Membership h Sholom. Shown above at the Brunch are (bottom ; Joseph L. Shawmut, chapter coordinator of m adat sah; Nat Waldman, Shaloma Group; and Phi .~amesMaurice Rich, Deborah Group; Irving Nathanson. Deborah — %  r ****A*^ NIW wi ana iiiaiuiiu~ ve at the Brunch are (bottom row, left to right) W.IB2£^1MS5 £ Tr 9 ; Ha £ na S l r if 8Ch GrOUp; Iose P h L Sh w !" >chapter coordinator of membership; Irwin wemstein president oi the Greater Miami Chapter of Hadarsah: Nat Wnlrimr !" s K „i rt m„ r.,„ A DV.II,_ n_i£. U .„ in thp ^n null Hntal TV,, A I —•* %  "='" y 'c uieuier miami ^napier oi naaassan on Uctober 2Uth. lichaSrOffijL !" M 1 ^ V m f l l new L members wi ^ culminated with a Paid Up Membership Tea and Ins.alla"iS2£ ??£? n November 3rd, at Temple Beth Sholom. Shown above at the Brunch ar lapter coordinal Shaloma Group; rah Group; Irv Wise Group; cypress, Miami Business and Professional ^C^^i^^L A ^Z^*^Ji^ 1*" Murray. Herd Group; Max Colton. Her rietta Szold Group. (Back row. lerTto right)' STM1*£-— — —""^ Shal Q Gr UP '' ***** Hacker Hen l£SS!Z ? e pl e ? on s,e ft en s ^ ise Group; Max %  Business and Professional Group; Joseph Halfon. Israeli Group; Harvey Cypress, Miami Bv North Miami Avenue — Miami, Florida, Intend t" realster said name 1 with the ("lerk of thCircuit Court of Dade tount}, Florida. P.AII.A WEINER BBRNIE A I-EL <:i-:<>iti;E KASTI : NIIACM Attorney for Applloanta l Lincoln Road HniidiiiK Mi.win Kt-ach. Florida "•K' • %  • .&•*• i piclists of the Hebrew Academy's radio Quiz Kids brush up for lir weekly Sunday morning series over station WMIE at 10:45 Left to right, Effrom Mescheloff, Joseph Lauer, Rose BerI". Seymour Spolter and Melvin Sachs, are among the leading Itestanta in the new show. Everything Sold with a Money Bock Guarantee Harry*s Kosher Meats vember 16th, when each Lodge will telephone Julius Fisher, secretary, District Grand Lodge No. 5, B'nai B'rith, in Roanoke, Virginia, of the local progress. Mr. Fisher in turn will report the total membership drive results in South Florida, to Quincy Abrams, national membership chairman of B'nai B'rith in Washington, D.C. Currently continuing his stay in Miami on behalf of the South Florida Membership Drive is Albert Z. Elkes, of Washington, D.C, Assistant National B'nai B'rith membership director. Sidney M. Aronovitz, president of the B'nai B'rith Council of South Florida, has announced that all persons desiring to join B'nai B'rith should contact him at 3-7768, or A. J. Kaplan, at 5-7445. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKREI1Y (JIVEN lliat the undersigned, desiring to -n^at;,ID business under Ihe fictitious name of EMPRESS HOTEL, at 4333 Colllm Avenue. Miami Beach, Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, i i.. M< IINTERNATIONAL CO. a Florida corporation By: I8ADORB KOWAL President KOVNER & MANNHJCIMER Attorneys for Applicants lO'.ll — 11/7-14-21 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO. 154143 VVol.A .1. LEVIN, I'laintiff. VI. • JACK M. LEVIN, defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: JACK M. LEVIN 1326 Medary Avenue Philadelphia 41. Pa. You. JACK M. LEVIN, are herebj notified that a r.iil of Complaint fbi Divorce has been file*l against you, and you are required to serve a cop* of your Answer or Pleading to th-i Hill' of Complain! on the plaintiff Attorney. BEN ESSEN, ESQ., 133 Seybold Building. Miami. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleadlni In th,ofiie of ihe Clerk Of the "i ,rult Court on or before the 28th da N J"^.i ;lR ? u i T ^ c 0 UR T „2 F J H E "' November, 1:.2. if you fall I copy Gould To Head Construction Group Emil Gould, President of Housing Engineers of Florida, has accepted the chairmanship of the Construction Trades Division Dinner of the Greater Miami Committee, State of Israel Bonds £,' ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 154110 LIONEL DOMES, Plaintiff VH. QENEV1BVE [QOMES, Defendant, NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: QBNBVIBVE DOMES 917 FIAOI.E AVENUE BRONX! N.T. YOL' are required to serve a of your answer to thr Bill of Complaint for Divorce on plaintiff's attorney and to file the original answer in the Office "f th.Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 2Mh day of November, ls.",2. otherwise, the Hill of Complaint for Divorce heretofore filed herein will be taken as con* fessed by you. I>ATF:i) at Miami. Florida, this L'Xth day of October, 1951. • E. H. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Cir.ult Court Hade County. F'kirida Hy: WM. W. STOCKING Deputy Clerk Name and "address laintlffs Attorney PHONE 4-1259 FREE DELIVERY FRESH KILLED POULTRY DELICATESSEN 207 Almeria Avenue Coral Gables to be held at the Delano Hotel, NORMAN it LTON8. 110-11 Olympla llulldliiB, Miami. Florida lll/:ll — II/T-I4-S1 Sunday, November 16th, at 6:30 p.m. A committee meeting was held at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel Tuesday, where plans for the dinner were discussed. A film, 'iBonds Build Israel", commentary by Henry Morgenthau, Jr. was shown, followed by a cocktail party. Invited to. serve on the committee were: James Albert, Joseph Arkin, Samuel Danels, Julius Gaines, Ben Markowitz, Max Meisel, Dan B. Ruskin, Lawrence Sapero, Samuel Spector, Arthur Shandloff and Robert L. Turchin. so. JudKmi'M by defualt will be take, against you for the relief demanded in the Hill of Complaint. This notiee shall te published one" each week for four consecutive we.-|. in THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami Florida, this gtn day of October, A.D 19J2. E. li. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Hade Count)', Plorida n 'ireuit "Court Seal) Bj M. c. PEIDE Deputj Clerk HEN E88EN SL'3 SeylMild P.IIIK. ** Miami. F'lorida Attorney for Plaintiff 1" II — 11/7-14-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HF:RF:ilV OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to enf&ffe business under the fletitioiis name ••! CENTItAI. ItADIO SHOP, at 1IMH.1 N \V. 7th Avenue. Miami. Intends to refflater sitld name with the t'lerk ui the Circuit Court of Dade county Eli.i i.l.i LOUIS S. 8ATRE 10/:tI — II 7-11-21 SUNRtfPARK HEALTH RESORT MOTELSANITARIUM tai BE SURE TO VOTE The People's Choice IKE VOTE FOR ECONOMY IN GOVERNMENT PAUL E. HELLIWELL Urges His Friends and Acquaintances VOTE FOR EISENHOWER (Paid Pol. Adv.) % %  '.-iu, of ti* tuni raiaag af:a^; AUuft j ( reir-^hmerttj % % % % %  1 CHSSHVAN IS, I m



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i P-yj UP HIDAY. OCTOBER 31. 1952 17/ Say... As the 1940 decade opened, Miami Beach offered lore fertile soil for Zionism than Miami itself. The Ijft ,,( population from older centers caused a growth, nazinfi in rapidity even for the American scene. fcjthin a generation, stray newcomers, dependent upon L city across Biscayne Bay for all religious and comlunal needs, blossomed into a vibrant community that [on became notable for its wealth, its philanthropy, i many sided activities. Among the arrivals were feteran Zionists, accustomed to the demands and discifine of the movement. Unfortunately, the initiative seized by opportunists more interested in serving lenitives than the cause of Zion. \lAMl BEACH DISTRICT The self servers approached the Miami District and Ifered to collect the dues from Beach residents. With L list in hand, they separated the names of all membrs residing on Miami Beach and formed a new disKct. never revealing their intentions to the unsusfccting officers of the older district. This piece of kicancry, aided and abetted by the Atlanta headLarters of the Southern Z.O.A. affected some Miami jonists unfavorably. The chairman of the district, Luis Heiman, felt incensed, lost interest, and transited his energies to the B'nai B'rith and the Bureau 1 Jewish Education. fS TACTICS Under such leadership the moral tone of Zionism buld never rise. Some newcomers, retired from active loney grubbing, found time heavy on their hands, afgolfing by day and dancing the Rumba by night, fciucly they served the cause of Zion by the indisTjminate piling up of a dues-paying, nondescript memkrship. With fatuous assurance, they would buttonile any one for a ten dollar bill. During a period of losperity, it was not difficult to extract small change : a worthy cause. The victim, glad to be let off so heaply, never bothered to inquire why he never relived a notice to attend meetings. The business of the leach District was conducted year in year out by a Vf perpetuating board. The paid membership remainId blissfully ignorant of Zionist ideology. r.S INFLUENCE Speakers of national stature began to address audioes largely filled with elderly female tourists. The PAGE 3 A = Zionism In The Miami Area During The 1940s By HARRY SIMONHOFF fame of Miami Beach Zionism spread. National leaders came down ostensibly to get a winter sun tan. Actually they sought endorsement of the Beach District for their ambitions to head the Z.O.A. Before conventions, it was easy to win over several active officials who spoke for 1300 indifferent dues payers. As World War II was drawing to a close, dissension arose among top Zionist leaders as to F.D.R.'s ambidextrous policy towards Palestine. The late Stephen S. Wise and Abba Hillel Silver voiced their opposite partisanships before Beach audiences. Dr. Silver actually conducted a hand shaking campaign for the Z.O.A. presidency at the home of Abraham Goodman, then a resident of Miami Beach and treasurer of the National Organization. EMERGENCY ZIONIST COMMITTEE Yet the intellectual leadership remained if) the older city, in spite of the quiescence of its district. Jewish affairs in Europe and Palestine were approaching a climax. The newly formed American Zionist Emergency Committee with Abba Hillel Silver as chairman began pursuing the most energetic and aggressive policy in all Zionist history. Its secretary wrote letters imploring the Beach District to form a local branch. The supreme moment was coming; the time for action was now or never. Evidently he did not know of another District in Miami. The Beach leadership ignored the urgent appeals, nor would they disclose their letters to the City Zionists. Louis Lipsky came down to deliver a speech. He called for a meeting of all active Zionists in both cities. The assembled group elected Hafry Simonhoff chairman. In the course of two years, he attended four meetings of the Emergency Committee in Washington, D.C. Here the delegates were harangued by Emanuel Newman and Dr. Silver and virtually sicked on the Senators and Congressmen. The Miami representative pleaded the Jewish claim to Palestine before each member of the Florida delegation. %\l were friendly and sympathetic, except the late Senator Charles O. Andrews, a banker of Orlando. His secretary, Col. John Jones, thought the D.P.'s in German concentration camps were no worse off than slum dwellers in American cities. Simonhoff also conferred with some Southern Congressmen, whom he knew when active in the politics of South Carolina. He received a most cordial reception from Senator Burnett E. Maybank, a former classmate in the College of Charleston. ITS ACTIVITIES The Emergency Committee of Greater Miami met often to discuss ways and means of awakening Christian sentiment for the Jewish Homeland. Speeches were delivered before church groups, fraternal and civic bodies. Pamphlets and brochures were distributed. Books on Zionism were presented to the public libraries. The cooperation of the National Conference of Christians and Jews was enlisted until the arrival of its new director. Dr. Andrew W. Gottschal. The Christian clergyman of Baltimore knew Rabbi Morris Lazeron, spokesman for the American Council for Judaism, and turned thumbs down on all further assistance to Zionism. In the spring of 1948, while Jews were fighting their unequal war in Palestine, Dr. Gottschal Was instrumental in getting his organization to honor the local president of the anti-Zionist Co.uncil of Judaism as the outstanding Jew in Greater Miami. All in all. the Protestant and Catholic Clergy showed sympathy for a Jewish Homeland. The notable exception was Dr. Everett E. Smith of the First Congregational Church. Pro-Arab and anti-Semite, he lost no opportunity to malign Jews in general and the Zionist cause in particular. The first act of the Emergency Committee was a giant mass meeting in Miami's Bayfront Park. An audience of about 8,000 Christians and Jews listened to the ministers of three faiths. Rev. Edward W. Ullrich spoke for Protestants, while the Jesuit Father Francis D. O'Sullivan represented Catholics. The feature was Rabbi Stephen S. Wise, who though no longer at his eloquent best, yet moved the audience with his impassioned plea for a Jewish Palestine. A continuous barrage of letters and telegrams kept alerting the President, the Secretary of State, the Senators and Congressmen. Nor was the Governor arid State officials altogether neglected. The Florida General Assembly was sufficiently briefed as to Zionist demands to pass its Memorial on April 27, 1943, approving a Jewish Homeland in Palestine. Credit for this Resolution goes' to Colonel I. M. Lieberman of Jacksonville, a supporter and friend of Governor Spessard Holland. (More next week) IMJCC Campaign Workers Hear Weinkle 'raise Center As Fundamental Influence (Workers in the Greater Miami %  wish Community Center Memtrship Campaign heard Carl junkie, president of the Greater Iiami Jewish Federation, say fst Sunday at the GMJCC KickBreakfast that, "The Jewish (immunity is eager for the kind services which we can render, trvices for children from prechool age through the adult roupings." Indicating that "we have a Wonderful product to sell — conductive leisure time activity," Vnnkle told the gathering that ne area had "literally grown up Inner the influence of the GM |CC program." The workers, who had convened to receive final instrucons before moving out to comb ne community for new memberhip prospects, also heard Staney C. Myers, president, state nat GMJCC aims were geared or all residents of the area re|ardless of religious or social afiliation. Some 50 new-members, or ten "cent of the 500 goal, were pgned up by workers before the ampaign was officially begun, "cording to an announcement F rl >' this week by Leo Sheiner, piairman of the drive. Augmenting the Breakfast proram were Professor Sam Hirsch, lunior Hadassah To lear Mrs. Shawmut The Miami Unit of Junior Hafassah announces its plans for a lembership Tea at the Sea Gull li'tel on Sunday, November 9th, 1:30 p.m. Guest Speaker for the occas>n will be Mrs. Joseph Shawmut, P>ce president and membership foordinator for the Greater Mi{mi Chapter of Hadassah, who T just returned from a six!" nth trip to Israel. Mrs. Roslyn Soltz, president of M Southeastern Region of Junior hadassah, will also be present. M f F the tea were arran 8" by Jo Ann Shier, membership fhairrnan; Elain Schwartzman, president; and Patricia and Deores Pearl, corresponding sectaries. of the University of Miami Drama Department who read a playlet, Place In The Sun, by Sylvia Berger, and a Women's Division under the chairmanship of Mrs. Meyer Forer. Assisting her were the Mesdames Sam Seitlin, Herman Goldstein. Philip Coe and Shirley Barnett. Following the Breakfast, the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center opened its doors at its various Branches to residents of the area, inviting them to participate in GMJCC's numerous activities and programs. The Open House feature, scheduled to run for some two weeks, has already presented demonstrations in the Women's Gymnasium on Tuesday evening at the Town Branch and a Volley Ball contest between the YMCA and Town Branch on Wednesday evening. Subsequent activities scheduled include a Folk Dance Group tomorrow evening at the Beach Branch, a Golden Age meeting at the Beach Branch on Sunday afternoon, a weight-lifting demonstration on November 5th, at the Beach Branch and an address by Rabbi Joseph Narot on November 11th at the Town Nursery School. Membership Campaign Captains include the following: tarry Carver, Mrs. Mycr Forer, Ja<-k Lampert, Hurton Sherman, Seymour Uellier. lira, t'arl Weinkle, Mis. Wm. Zuckerman, Ix-on Epstein. Milton Fried man. I^oninil Muff, Isidore Simkowitz, Paul Soliel. Stanley ('. Mvers. Mrs. Milton Slrkln. lien Kaaen. I.eo lluttcrmnn, Sam Seitlin. Mrs A. (ilasner, Hyman Kam and Shirley Barnett. Beach Women Give Musicale-Luncheon Miami Beach Chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, will join in the nation-wide Membership Campaign with a Musicale And Desert Lunch at the home of Mrs. Theodore F. Arvan, 3425 Chase Avenue, today, October 31st, 1 p.m. Mrs. Ben Lebow, president, and Mrs. David Alper, membership chairman, are in charge of the affair. Mrs. Herman Stern is in charge of information. eFH"V Post Bias Member Tea Norman Bruce Brown Ladies Auxiliary No. 174, Jewish War Veterans, is holding a Membership Tea on Sunday, November 2nd, 2 p.m., at the Hotel McAllister. Special feature of the afternoon will be a Fashion Show by Serbins of Miami. Several of the models will be from among the Auxiliary membership. Mrs. Edward Levine, chairman. is being assisted by a committee made up of the Mesdames Kenneth Braidman. William Ackerman, Obbie Rosenthal, Herrrran Goldstein, Jules Weiss, Eva Taub. Louis Phillips, Nat Brown, Jack Silver, Betty Alpert Philip Levi and Harry White. Eligible for membership are mothers, wives, widows, sisters, daughters, step-mothers, fostermothers grandmothers or granddaughters of Jewish war veterans. Miss Fannie Hurst Fannie Hurst In Yeshiva Medical School Campaign Fannie Hurst, prominent American novelist, will serve as a national vice chairman of the $25,000,000 Medical College Campaign sponsored by Yeshiva University, it was announced Wednesday by State Attorney General Nathaniel L. Goldstein, national chairman. Miss Hurst will also be honorary chairman of the opening function of the Women's Division Campaign — a luncheon honoring Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt to be held November 25th, at the Waldorf-Astoria. The non-sectarian Medical College sponsored by Yeshiva University will be built in the Bronx as the initial unit of a $25,000,000 Medical Center comprising Colleges of Dentistry, Nursing, Public Health and Post-Graduate Divisions. It will be adjacent to and affiliated with New York City's $37,500,000 Bronx Municipal Hospital Center. It will be a non-sectarian institution, with both students and faculty chosen without regard to race or religion. Miss Hurst is the author of such popular American classics as Back Street, Lummox and Humoresque. Now JOIN The $53 for 53 Club For Peace and Prosperity in '53 TO ELECT STEVENSON AND SPARKMAN Reservations Now Being Taken $53 for *.#:; Dinner .Sans SoiM-i Hotel, Miami Beach Saturday, November I, at ::MI p.m. Principal Speaker Senator Estes Kef auver Outstanding Celebrities A mammoth rally and dinner to raise funds for the final closing days of the great Stevenson drive. Make up a table for your group today. Contribution Form available from Committee Members or at SHOREMEDE HOTEL HEADQUARTERS. HAROLD TURK. GENERAL CHAIRMAN. Sponsored by the Democratic National Committee and Florida Democratic Campaign Committee. PHONE 58-4*751 or 5$-7204



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PAGE 10 B +Jeistncrkliar J^^SIOBER 31.1 Capitol Spotlight Gilbert Rappaport Is New Assistant Executive Of Regional Zionist Youth By MILTON FRIEDMAN Copyi ; •. 1952. Jewish Telegraphic Agencv,dm Gilbert R;ipp;ipnrt. of Miami h, has bi i n app linted asnt executive director of the Southern Zi nisi Youth Commission. WASHINGTON — The growth of McCarthyism is ed Jack Beckei I Jacksonville, by President Truman a threat to K: %  : : Southwas revealed when the President warned i peech at Buffal eastern Zionist Youth CommisNew York, that "the hysteria may turn I groups %  -' %  announced that Rappaport ; irrow." will work directly nut of the At"Once these deep forces of prejudice and el nd will maintain I se." Mr. Truman said, "no one can I |uart ,. ; *.*£" I teai u nation parl settii gainst group, crei d reed, the older immigrant .•-: >cks against thi newer." Senatoi Herbert H. Lehman, the Senate's leading n of civil tii ind ted ila nceri n I A F( i • n of Labor. The Serial said Md f. r such un-An ericai islation I -.-..• A t and the Anti-Immigi tion Act bo1 • veto." Hi • ion used a rid icti I se false patriot Just put an Att I \ wants I i the spirit of the titul I McC %  .-'.' indt-Nix n-F rguson Law %  thyil patriots" I n sa:d "they t •. testioi I IcCarthyism led "the great?.*! te danger I %  nioi infect ••-. %  • % %  ..%  • %  • %  • IV ;. I I | 1 •• • %  %  | • ... • Bdu tion Build135 NW 3rd Avenue. Rappaport will w rk with Young .' U li a, Junior Had and the Inti giate eration I Ai in the Southen I : % %  '. la, Gi Vrkai Loui '• : South < • I Tl :.: I A the Kentucky Ba Ass '. R t reI :• %  : • f the Hi f ... K H df ZAM S I Ze Bet : : : Ma ': • ?. %  %  %  %  %  th ] Z.onisl Mr R '• %  LEG AL NOTICECIRCUIT COURT. DA F IANIKL %  • I I %  Ml OS I I %  •"••III %  I" I • %  \ ..* K 'oun .• i ERA i i I.I NOT NOTICE ls"l I':-,,,. n-nurfv';,, 1 1 by It ii PERU! : ; 'I'..!,,HI I.I '•>,,,. NOTICE U 3ER ^ ATI.AS '-" %  1 LAVV • I WANT MY MILK ; 'tab. 22. -->< I %  • %  • •• el of 1 ti-Si tic potent the M • Sena' % %  %  %  of tii issioi -. loured the nat • ndations and i ] Pledges revision of th. I • -... R,.p U i, ention it Mr. Ti eharged Senator R K -hX.\ n. Repu v'i I • %  Sell S3,000 In Bonds f tl • n Zionist Com %  i .; ;.; I % % %  Pi m i W %  • • /Organ' %  • %  Club No. I, wen refer the salt i i $3.ooo i vri..\s i:\ .: noi ,,. ,• rk .. % %  ., 1 m Il"tlKVAI-.|. .tn .-... %  "U ll w I NOTICE %  N .. %  out VOTICI %  ; %  • N Bonds at a meet. with v„,mu in H* & l ^ BMc i s x? toi nd ining in the overriding of the Drive Jacob Ehit. 7 an ( /if" oD i-'isthitz. president • : • ii any chance halation'^ ^^ '" h"l J WU;IT, SILVER MII.UII. Attornev f..r AdmlnlatratrB ^ First publlcatli.n on October.I 10 24-J1 — 11/7-14 J NOTICE BY PUBLICATION I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF T J ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT'S FLORIDA IN AND *0"WH COUNTY. IN CHANCERV. "" MART DI BIAS!. I'laintm. PATSY I>l BIASI. % %  '''I'lfil SUIT FOB DIVORCE TOPATHV I>l BIASI ].' Avenue t'. ToTpSl^bl^.A^ iS3 -j notified that a Bill "' '""ttTsS Divorce baa been M'd ^""cSlI and you are require*! _i of your Anawe Bill of Com Attorney, Br„> f'aWi Seybold Bids.. Miami. "f'S,*! file the original Ar> '•' r „, : : require.l •'"J aw.r or "-*%& %  „.l-.int ontha^g" rj IKS KS>KN. E-y ,4 WOLPERT FURNiTLRE C0.f 1200 CORAL WAV AT rive POIHT." in the office of the "lerk circuit Court on or be'erj JJJ j day of November. IM • „ Florida, thl I>a.le CUV). "" (Circuit Court **•'", M ,• FBI"" 1 BEN ESBBN 23 Kevbold BidsMiami. Florida Attorney for I'laintl" I II 11/7-14 BBBBBBBBBBBSS



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Mr. M H \\~ prank w. • M tad Mn •• \\ • .-. %  .' .-. • \ u Hairy A %  '• • %  "•• v v..v '.v. -, Mn %  i Mr '.' %  '•"• %  .'. %  Mr and \'. -. : r A • .,. ... • ..' Mr* Mauri. Z : %  an .| M-Z University Opens 26th Season Fen Rudolf Firkusny In Beethoven Concc The 26th season of the Univerf Miami Symphony Orches%  tra will open on Sunday and Monday evenings. 8:30 p.m. at the Miami Beach and Dade intj Auditoriums. respectiveGuest soloist will be the internally known pianist. Rudolf Firkusny. The orchestra will be er the baton of John Bitr. Scheduled to be performed are a Bach transcription of the Pre:.ie in B flat minor by Mr. Bitter, as well as a Bach transcription of the Passacaglia and Fugue in C minor by Leopold Stokowski. The orchestra will also be heard in a reading of Tschaikowsky's Symphony No. 6. in B minor. Opus 74. the Pathetique. Mr. Firkusny will perform | Kudo,/ Fi'lcuwy Ludwig Van Beethoven^s Con, onto Detroit. Boston an--, certo for Piano No. 4. in G major, homa. Opus 38. 50^ o( ^ .^^ The guest soloist has played with which he has bew with major symphony orchestras include the Cr.icago DjUii throughout the nation. Born in Angeles. Phil ielpfcja, R.-j Czechoslovakia, he has reappearNew Yir.-:. ed numerous times in Washingand National Symphor/i ton, Montreal, Minneapolis. Tortras. Quiz Kids On •Jewish Korum First program in a new radio series, the Greater Miami Hebrew Academy Quiz Kids, was aired Sunday morning at 10.45 a.m., over station WMIE. The new panel show will be a regular feature of Simon Seidens Jewish Forurr. of the Air. Panelists for the first program were Efrom Mescheloff. Joseph Lauer. Rose Berman. Seymour Spolter and Melvin Sachs. Rabbi David Shapiro acted as moderator, with guest moderators scheduled weekly thereafter. Questions centered around Hebrew literature and Jewish life. Dr. David S. Andron. academy president, introduced the inaugural program. GOODWILL GROUP ME The GoedwiTJ Gr-jpo.'Gn Miami met a Tnrelij a: ^| Allister Post N 1608. \g of Foreign Wars, 1608 St! Avenue. V.r Miriaa £^| president, presided. Benj. Adler It Gee. J. | AM nated %  AA Strictly Eosha Poultry Market Inc. 315 317 N.W. Sfti Miami — Ph. 2-3W Shochet on Freman Dt|| Wholesale fc Rmil Select Po-.t-> *:a SrattC v.-wai %  %  --%  •• k--^..-. Mr. M • %  %  % %  i i .' : -rl .-.-• %  ; I'ari 1 %  M M-i : M r:----. Mra. K Ira. ( -T %  %  • %  %  • %  • • MI %  ; •a M ., WINZ 50,000 Watts Soon P.udly The Noted Playwright and Commentator MORRIS NASATIR Directing THE YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOLTR-NOW TWICE WEEKLY Sunday 12 noon to 1:30 p.m. Tuesday — 7 to 8 p.m. 3 FEATURES ON SUNDAY 1A Child Is Born 2. The Rabbis Corner 3. Life Ln Israel 3 FEATURES ON TUESDAY 1. Jewish Humor 2. News From Israel 3. Missing Persons Mother Consider Your Family's Iff-JiWI Holla ml Honey Bread and (ake| is Delieious and Healthful For Speeial Diets I No Sugar. Fat or Syrup Added. 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%  518,500,000 Presented At UJA Group in „ „, r $io,Dw,uwrresenieaAiujAwoup |U£\WJISI WnliDJPldlliaUD Meet ln Washington; Call For New Aid ^* ^^3CTI UfACUIUOTnu <• .. i -i :.. %  .u it_:..j IMI, FLORIDA FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1952 SEC. B $1,050,000 As Red Feather Goal 1953; Kickoff Set November 10 I of $1,505,000 for the (needs of hometown people %  served through Dade %  ty's 22 local Red Feather %  jcs and the USO was ap%  d by the Community Chest's Kin he %  Board of Directors | this week. m new figure is $74,000 more K'us set for last year's Chest Kign. However, it is only En more than was raised by Li Feather volunteers in 1)52 drive. %  is 1953 goal for services to W Countians throughout the m year is a sound figure, Khich was established only %  review and study of the %  i needs of our community Kjdreds of business and proKal leaders", said Daniel J. Key, Chest president. "It Bents the work of volunI 22 Red Feather Agency Is. Budget Committees of Best and Welfare Planning Kil. and the Chest's Goal Kit tee who spent long hours K budgeting process to asEadc Countians of a reasonK for 1953 Red Feather Knendous increases in Dade's fttion in the past two years %  he biggest factor affecting %  < for increased funds by Khest's agencies, Mahoney I Impact of the estimated %  permanent residents setBin Dade County since the Hensus is also being reflected Be demands for increased Hes by each of the Red m agencies. %  Visiting Nurse AssociaRed Feather nursing service %  homebound sick, is being I upon to stretch its services I areas of the county. The %  Club of Miami, serving ov%  100 boy members now, is %  ted to include almost 1,500 %  ers in its 1953 program. %  ewish Social Service Bur%  mbracing the problems of %  68 and individuals, has led its monthly caseload over I 1951. %  creased demands are thus I made on all agencies of piest, including such special%  services as the Traveler's %  Society, Salvation Army, •lie Charities Bureau and fctant Service Bureau," MaI explained, in listing the I top goal. %  eased services through the I to provide a home-awayShome for millions of ybung land women in the armed I calls for more funds |gh the one Red Feather P'gn. Now operating over Pubs, lounges and other infcions and over 80 camp I throughout the world, USO pptn a new unit here this p to serve men and women f service stationed in Dade %  y. I Keith Phillips, 1953 camI chairman, accepted the pmpaign goal of $1,050,000 f alf ,f the 6,000 Red Feather prs who will carry the camI to Dade's public. Ir 1953 Chest goal is attainI It is a practical figure P reach of the citizenry I Dade Countians have met P" for increased needs far P than the $68,000 asked H 8 year's campaign. We are I to put Dade's Red Feather Kgn over the top. for the successive year with the I of everyone who can give P one big drive for 23 agp he said. F* 8 L. Knight^ chairman of Pest's goal committee, who E"d the lMI'-fotf to the Pf"*ot'D^reetors, UB- r^dxhe KS% of the Chest's Budget Committee headed by Leonard L. Abess, chairman, and Dr. H. Franklin Williams, vice chairman. Dade County's 1953 Red Feather drive will kick off on Monday, November 10th, with solicitation being held for large corporation and individual gifts, as well as industrial and public employee gifts. A house-to-house campaign is slated to kick off on Sunday, January 11th, which is the Metropolitan Division's Annual Community Chest Sunday. Temple Israel Youth The Youth Group of Temple Israel held a Supper Meeting last Sunday evening. Conducting the program was Dr. Joseph R. Narot, spiritual leader, and Cantor Jacob Bornstein. Mii Is suv Mi pre Waxes Sew Trail Montor Saus NEW YORK — "The success of the Bond Issue floated in the United States by the Government of Israel has blazed a new trail for the encouragement of American investments in underdeveloped countries abroad," Henry Montor, vice president of the State of Israel Bond organization, declared here this week at a meeting of its Executive Committee. Montor pointed out that the Israel Bond Drive, which up to September 1st, enrolled more than 400,000 purchasers with total subscriptions amounting to $140,000,000, "had already raised more money than was realized by any other foreign bond issue floated in the United States." WASHINGTON — Cash pro| ceeds for the United Jewish ApIpeal totalling $12,150,000 came forward here at the final session of the UJA's emergency National Leadership Conference to give the Appeal better than 50 per cent of the $35,000,000 it is seeking in the last three months of 1952. Among the sums brought here from cities throughout the United States was $100,000 advanced by I the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's 1952 UJA drive. The more than $18,000,000 in checks also brought the UJA's cash income to $64,000,000 for the first nine .and a half months of the year. Edward M. M. Warburg, general chairman of th? United Jewish Appeal, termed the $18,150.000 cash proceeds •'all the more astonishing and unprecedented for coming just four weeks following our first announcement that we would seek $35.000 000 in the last three months of 1952." Mischa Elman Tour NEW YORK — Mischa Elman, described by music critics throughout the world as "one of the all-time greats in the realm of music," will soon undertake a concert tour covering a number of American communities in behalf of the $500,000,000 State of Israel Independence Bond Issue, it was announced here this week. Je Irish Museum Opens Season The Jewish Museum of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, permanent branch of the museum conducted by the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, has enter its third season by officially opening a winter schedule of guided tours last Sunday. Visitors to the Jewish Museum will find a wide collection of ceremonial objects, historic arts and crafts and a presentation of contemporary Jewish artists. The museum has been adopted by the Center PTA as one of its outstanding projects. Mrs. Silvio Sermoneta is chairman of the Museum Committee. AMAZING NEW COFFEE THE CANTORS' CHOICE Not a powder! Not a grind! 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f, OCTOBER 31. 1952 *Jm-isJih N3 SJfii, CATERERS N.W. 7th St. Off Miami Avt. Kneseth Israel Congregation Sisterhood announces plans for a Gala Games Party on Wednesday evening, November 5th, in the Social Hall of the Synagogue. Mrs. Esther Eisenstein is chairman of the affair, with Mrs. Clara Weinstock in charge of refreshments. Others on the Committee include the Mesdames Ida Finestone, Bertha Meringoff, Celia Ruppert, Regina Morris, Dorothy Moss. Belle Caplan, Eva Leopold. Frances Ullian and Esther Wolfe. Lt. Herman Grayson participation in Operation SnowI fall. A veteran of World War II. j Lieutenant Grayson served in Home Auxiliary Has Sherry Memorial Fete The Annual Card Party and | Brunch for the Sophie Sherry Memorial Fund, sponsored by the Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged, will be held on Tuesday, November 4th, 11 a.m., at the Casa Blanca Hotel. Mrs. Morris Kriegel is chairman. ASK FOR Kosher Zion Products at your LOCAL DELICATESSEN & MARKET Make Sure It's No. 1 Distributed by LEVOTSON FOOD SPECIALTIES CO. 2402 N.E. 2nd AVE. MIAMI Phone 3-7791 School at Camp Drum. New York, ; Europe, Africa, and the Middle in November 1951, he graduated from the Winter Arctic Survival course and subsequently gave a series of lectures on the subject to the 435th T C Wing, prior to its East, enlisting in the Air Corps Reserve in 1942 as a Private. Among his decorations are Bronze Star, the Air Medal and the Croix de Guerre. Before his recall. Lieutenant ; Grayson practiced law at 927 LinS.ngS At Convention i c oln Ro ^ d Miami Beach. He received his Bachelor of Science Junior Opera Guild The Junior Opera Guild, division of the Opera Guild of Greater Miami, presented excerpts from Die Fledermaus on Monday before an estimated audience of 2,000 music teachers at the Florida State Music Teachers' Convention in session here at the McAllister Hotel through last Wednesday. Organized in 1948, by Dr. Arturo di Filippi, the Junior Opera Guild includes music students and operatic aspirants who will this year understudy the Metropolitan and City Center Opera stars in the forthcoming Guild presentations of Gianni Schicchi, Cavalleria Rusticana and La Traviata. and Law degrees from the University of Miami. Lieutenant Grayson is a member of Phi Epsilon Pi Fraternity, Mu Sigma Fraternity, the Florida Bar Association, the Miami Beach Bar Association, the Civic League, the American Legion Post No. 85. and a charter member of the Air Force Association. He is married to the former Vivian Cirlin and resides at 163 North Shore Drive, Miami Beach. ffoos vi t>lt U'offfftfn Mvttv Mrs. Sottz A "Summer in Israel" was spent by members of the Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, recently at the El Commodoro Hotel through a travelogue speech by past president and counselor, Mrs. Roslyn Soltz. A short business meeting preceded the talk at which time the following women were placed on the board of directors: The Mesdames Jane Robinson, donor; Blossom Tartakow, refreshments; Evie Falke. historian; Lenore Goldstein, hospitality; Laura Reimer, aid to Israel; and Betty Ann Marshall, retention. Plans were also completed to hold a Halloween Party on October 29th, a Fashion Shew on November 19th. and a Chanukah Party for members and thenchildren on December 12th, at which time gifts will be distributed to patients at the Variety Hospital. ^^^^^ Complete and SbependaHe 3i//e Swke M IAMI TITLf idhtmctCd 25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE I Title Insurance Pelidea of Kansas City Title Insurance Co. Capital, Surplus & Reserves Exceed $2,000,000.00 124 SHORELAND ARCADE TELEPHONE 9-1892 PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. Miami's One And Only JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS Large Stock On Hand For Immediate Deliveryl Serving the Jewish Community Since1926 Exclusive Dealers ROCK of AGES MEMORIALS accounts opened or funds added to accounts by the 10 th of the month will begin EARNING from the 1 st STOP WISHING...START HAVING! Open Your Bade Federal Savings Account MOW! Your SAVING S here ore I NSURED up to $10,000 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation Your SAVING S here will EARN liberal dividends for you twice a year at the current rate of PtttlMUM MAIN OFFICE 45 N.I. Ill Avtnu. JOSEPH M. UPTON. PmiJitl ALIAPATTAH BRANCH 1594 N.W. 36th $lr..t Both offices of Dade Federal are open week-days from 9 A.M. lo 1 I'M S aturdays until 12 .Noon .. and the Allapattah Branch is open each Friday evening unlil 8 P.M. Our Resources Exceed 42 Million Dol) ITS



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PAGE 8 B MwM ncrMian raDAY.OC TQBEB 3 Smorgasbord For TI2 ICHiVi A Halloween Smorgasbord last Sunday evening at the Atlantis Hotel Roof Garden benefited Tubercular patients hospitalized in thi County Hospital at Kendall. SS well as those hospitalized in the Non-Sectarian Jewish Consumptives' Relief Sanitorium in Spivak. Colorado. The event was sponsored by the Greater Miami Auxiliary. Jewish C< nsumptives' Relief Society. with Mrs. Morris Goluskin as Form USY Branch Art Week Will Be At Beach Center Marked By Exhibit Rabbi Irving Lehrman announces that the Miami Beach Jewish Center Chapter of United Synagogue Youth, which has its national headquarters in the United Synagogue of America, has been formally organized by Saul Rabin, educational dlrectoi of the Center Religious School. The USY is a Center-sponsored organization for teen-agers with a broad program of social, athletic and cultural activities. Rabin president. Buffet, erjtertainment said. The Miami Beach Jewish zr.d music were features of the evening. In charge of tickets was Mrs. Sam Kalmus and Mrs. Jerry P : cher. Irs. Henrietta Schoenfeld. •van. and Mrs. John Lunin VJrfi. Joe Richman. co-chair: < w< • in charge <>f arrangents. Simon Named Gables Zionist District Delegate The Coral Gables Zionist District met recently at the home Of Mr. and Mis Meyer Fine. 2250 SW 18th Avenue. Center Chapter was formed during the past summer when the Southeastern Branch ol USY held a convention in Miami Beat h with the Center and its Sisti hood as hosts. Officers arc Paul Weiss, president; Martin Nash, vice dent: Susan Talianoff, secretary; and Florence Angerman, treasTlitExecutive Committee consists "f officers and Committee I n, Others are Membership and Publicity Committee, headed by Hannah. Forscbj with Gain Goodman, Rita Klonsky, Janet Moskowitz, Shavna Rnsenliprris Simon, president of the strauch, and Eleanor Rubin; SoDistrict, was named as delegate 'al and Athletic* Committee. U. !he Convention of the Southt astern Zionist Region held in Savannah. Georgia. Cantor Malek Entertains headed by M..xine.Branch s, with Bruce Hoffman. Sharon Kleinman. Arthur ollack, Stuart Rubin and Susan Zeiglei. and the Cultural and Religious Committee.P headed by Sandra Levy, with Frank Bauer. Phillip Berkowitz. ,' Dennis Bookshtf U-r, Linda Nash Ait lovers of the nation are responding to a national, united expression of the .nts trom November 1st to 7th. by observing the annual American Art \Vo< k Miami Beach's general chairman, Mis Reyna Ullmah Youngerman, announces official recognition here of Art Week with an exhibit of paintings, sculpture and ceramics at the Roney Plaza Hotel on Sunday afternoon. November 2nd. from 2 to 5:30 p.m. The exhibition will be open to the public-. Mrs. Hildegardc Schine, of the Roney Plaza Hotel, has donated the use of the Roney Cardi ns for the exhibition. Some 250 works of art are expi cted to be %  n The Executive Committee in ...• of tile affail include Max Drossin, He: man Binder, Bernard Wyle, Bertha Aldrich, AM m l.oeb. Mrs. Russell Pancoast. Mrs Martin Feinman, Mis. Warren Freeman, Mrs Mitchell Gombiner and Mrs. Claude Renshaw. On the Reci ption Committee are Mrs. Theodore Pritikin. Mrs. Donna Isabella Bradford. Miss Berta Aldrich. Monte Selig. Lee Powell, Kenneth oka. Warren Freeman. Leo Huberman and Claude Renshaw. Among the hostesses are the Mesdames Carl Weinkle, A Pick. S. Turk. CGoldberg. H. Kolb, L. Perry, M. Orovitz, F. Shaffer and G. Olsen. Dromedary Products Given Endorsement By Orthodox Jewish Congregations Chalk up a new convenience for Ji wish • oiisewives eveiywhere— acquisition of the kosher (U). Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations endorsement, by the producers of famous Dromedary Dates and Dromedary Cake Mixes. Women who maintain a strictly kosher home are now enthusiastically joining the countless thousands of housewives throughout the country who rely regularly | a choic,^ J batter and bake. Witi Dromedarv Uev.l, Fudge Frosting Mix tm,. ^ Mix. Fru.t Cake! cJftSS Date Muffin, c-,, n B rea > Gingerbread Mix, yo „ ^ ^ pare literally hundreds nf H traditiona. cake ^ ^H pes at a moment, notice ,^H fort IS negligible; the result t\ superb—and the reason for 1*1 riot hard to come by Th e n "I dary people pioneered in the J cake matt J extra years of .7 penence. all the -pedal vl!I" edge ^ devotion r q l5a have enabled ,he,„ ,,^2 and mcrease-the,,leadership" this field. Other Dromeda are sure to find • VO i and your family on the entire Dromedarv line of | velo P ment f over thirty choice kosher prod' llets. Produced by Hills Brothers, a name to conjure with in the food field for dependable quality. Dromedary products have long been favorites from coast to coast. For as long as most people can remember, Dromedary Dates have stood alone in their field: the familiar yellow package, containing world's choicest dates, pasteurized to protect their taste and quality, has become a traditional standby in Jewish homes as a holiday delicacy, an essential ingredient in many baking recipes. And today, with our knowledge of nutrition. Dromedary Dates are gaining steadily wider recognition as the perfect energy food. product :-:: Cantor Joseph Malek. the new Entei tainment Chairman of the J. v. ish Home for the Aged at and Allan Wolfe. Douglas Gardens, entertained the bi-monthly concert last Sunday. Co-starred with Cantor Malek Was Mrs Pauline Fried. They were ace mpanied at the piano bj Mr. Herman Fried. Name Dubinsky To Head National BIG DAY Fete ST. LOUIS — Melvin Dubinsky. of St. Louis, one of America's outstanding Jewish leaders and chairman of the St. Louis Committee for State of Israel Bonds, has accepted the national chairmanship of Israel Bond BIG Day. which will be observed throughout the nation on Sunday. December 14th. At I luijlvr An Annual Costume Jamboree will be held at the Flagler-GranI ada Jewish Community Center tomorrow evening. 8:30 p.m. Chairman of entertainment is Harry Zide. Refreshments will be under the supervision of Al Altman and Mrs. Harry Zide. The committee in charge of arrangements includes Al Altman. Irving Seid. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stewart. Hilliard Clein and Jack I Shaw. with p, | Date-Nut Roll. 0^%*^ and Chocolate Nut Roll ,,, delicious varieties of th e ponJ steamed bre*fd that make deleft.! snacks ahd a host „ f en able desserts: Dromedary Frofe and Peels. Moist Coconut, shred-] ded Coconut. Cranbery Sauce aid i Pimientos. The identifying (U) fl I package or label'is you r assx-l [ance that these Dromedary pro! I ucts are all produced and'paciei Keeping pace with Dromedary under the strict supervisionlolfc Dates in quality and poularity is I Union of Orthodox Jewish cZ the assortment of nine fine kosher j gregations. Dromed Dromedary Cake Mixes, each of them already sifted, blended and containing the perfect balance of carefully selected, choice homekitchen ingredients. All you need do is add milk or water, as the recipe requires, then stir to a ary prodna are sold at all leading food stons in your neighborhood. si Iltfhl Kwopthtn Vitr isravl llelegatett TH Travel Agent H lonvvntion Here A reception in honor of Israel and maps. ites to the American Society of Travel Agents Convention was held reci n'lyfct the Delano Hotel. according to David U. Core. United States represent:. t:ve of the Government of Isia. IT. Center, On exhrhit was an Israel Room were shown. The items were flown here especially by El Al Israel Airlines. Core said. According to Gideon W. Bachmann. director of Public Relations. Israel National Tourist Center, in New York City, the following commercial representatives attended as members of the Form New Group Here The newly-organized Companions Of The Forest Of America met last Wednesday evening at the Hotel New Yorker, Miami Beach. Guest of honor was Supreme Deputy Mrs. Alberta Weeks, of SarasoU, Florida, and Dr. and Mrs. A. Nathan Gillman. 1856 SW 1st Street. The organization is a non-sectarian, benevolent group. Shirley B. Kahn. founder, said here. DAY NURSERY Garden Kindergarten and Nursery School $8.00 Per Week 1657 N.W. 9th AVE. Phone*: 82-6035 and 64-238 Rabbi ToMDh E. Rackonky 945 Michigan Arenui Miami Beach Phone 5 3595 v^,. v A.in.n warail ei.n i nuuill ..^... v ~. 0 vl .,_ in which items of Israel arts and I sra el delegation to the Convenc rait.-, as well as posters, murals ONLY THE NEW'52REFRIGERATOR HOME FREEZER HAS No Moving Parts — Stays Silent Forever WORLD'S ONLY FREEZING SYSTEM THAT GOES INTO ACTION WITH A CHANGE OF EVEN ONE DEGREE YOUR CHOICE OF INTERIOR COLOR DECORATION COME IN TODAY! B Of The Souths OldSt and Largest IMntrlbutora" Miami Bottled Gas, Inc. 101 W. Flagler Street Miami Phone 3-464S General Offices 800 N. W. 73rd STREET Phone 84-0671 A Name Tc Remember DE-JAY CERAMICS, IMC. MIAMI: 6229 N.E. 2nd Ave MIAMI BEACH: 741 Daae Blvd. Ceramic Supplies School of Ceramics Call 89-6090 or 5-5256 DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WORKERS A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 37 N. E. 5th Street Phone 9-8401 AL MEIDENBERG. Owner S trathHaven .HOTEL Nathan Ginsburg Featuring Outstanding Kosher CATERING Using Hotel Facilities. Home or Synagogue Anywhere in Greater Miami Ph. 5-4691 tion: Major Yehud Koppel. Trafficarid Sales Manager of El Al Israel Airlines in the United States: Erwin Popper, managing director of Zim Israel Navigation Ltd.. who recently arrived from Israel to represent his company at the Convention; Abrahamoff. of Abrahamoff Brothers. Tel Aviv; Perry, of Onentours. Jerusalem; Scharff, of Travex. Jerusalem: Spitz, of Peltours Ltd.. Tel Aviv: and Goldstein, of Metatours. Haifa. VKC Mayor Burnett Roth of Miami Beach greeted the Israel delegates. The Israel Room and the reception were under the direction of Core. The reception and di play represented another link in | the chain oi endeavors made by 'the Government of Israel's Tourist Department to promote tourI n to Israel through the A i jean travel agents. Core explain1 ed. Usl year, after the termination of the ASTA invention in Paris, the (; ivernment oj [si le invited %  > group of prominent travel agents for a visa to Israel" he said. -The group u ,., headed by the president of ASTA. A. L. Simmons, and included agents from all over the | States. P. Nova, of p ar r Tours represented the Miami Beach ares. Since last year's Convention the Israel National Tourisl Center in New York City has served j as a living exhibition dyoted t the promotion of tourism to Israel. REGISTER NOW! MODKRN HEBREW Yiddish. Jewish History and Jewish Liie Institute For Jewish Studies For Adults meeting at BETH DAVID CONGREGATION 'New School Bldg.) CORAL WAY AND 26th ROAD SESSIONS: Mondays and Wednesdays, beginning Nov. 1C • -'C P"RE 9J. 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of $2,759,883 to in^bie theN;ij tional Jewish Welfare Board to | continue its services was adopted by the JWB Executive Committee upon the recommendation of 20 Jewish community leaders who participated in JWB's second annual National Leadership Mobilization for GI and Community Service here. This amount will be needed next year for JWB for its worldwide religious, morale and welfare services on behalf of 1500,000 Jewish men and wonen in the United States Armed Forces and Veterans Administration hospitals and to buttress home front morale through service to the 337 Jewish Community Centers and YMHA's affiliated with the organization. PARKWAY Kosher 12SS S.W. 22nd St. Phone 9-0968 Listen to Schacier's JEWISH RADIO HOUR Three Times Weekly Sunday—2 3 p.m. Wednesday and Friday—11 a.m. WMBM — 800 on Your Dial SPECIAL FEATURE THE JEWISH PHILOSOPHER The Most Interesting Radio Personality Jacob Schachter Dlractor NORMAN R. LYONS Nawacaatar ana Hlatorical Narrator r ~ IRVING PIETRACK Mun=al Diractar ., ,„...,. "-;:/,; *==* TO "010 WRY"? MINK COATS • DEEP FREEZES ALGER HISS PINK r. -.' STATE DEPARTMENT • INFLATION • BRANNAN PLAN SOCIALIZED MEDICINE • PHONEY RFC LOANS • 117,000 KOREAN CASUALTIES • "LOST" GRAIN SCANDALS CORRUPT TAX COLLECTORS • GOVERNMENT BY CRONIES "AMBASSADOR" O'DWYER • JOB SELLING MAC ARTHUR Auditor tells House Committee air bases in Africa cost taxpayers more than $50,000,000 extra in waste, kickbacks, price-boosting. Report to Senate Committee shows $40,000,000 of polar air base materials cannot be accounted for. Deputy Division Chr* of Air Force Headquarters found guilty of accepting money from persons desiring government contracts. RFC director resigns under fire, then is appointed to the staff of Under Secretary of Navy. FIRED • HIGH COST OF LIVING • BACK-BREAKING TAXES .. 's***0'***MaW* -,i ILLEGAL STEEL MILL SEIZURE A.D.A. • JUDY COPLON T. LAMAR CAUDLE • DEFICIT FINANCING • SLOWDOWN ON AIRPLANES GRAFT • BRIBERY FIVE PERCENTERS Truman aide spends rent-free vacation at Miami Saxony Hofel — Saxony received $3,000,000 RFC loan. House Committee hears former Commis sioner of Internal Revenue has unreported wealth totalling $161,609. Manager of RFC Boston office gets $9,000,000 loan for Waltham Watchthen takes $30,000 a year job with WaJtham — when Waltham runs into money trouble, gets new job with RFC at salary of $10,300 a yearAssistant to Postmaster General sentenced for $600,000 deal to sell commemorative stamps to collectors. Indianapolis Postmaster transfers $1,500,000 in postal savings to trust company headed by Frank McKinney, later Democratic Nat'l Chairman. OPS hires man who had been indicted for accepting bribes while employed by Department of Agriculture. Race track receives permit for scarce building materials. House Committee reveals fraud, bribery, improper inspection, by officials of VA and FHA, gypped 100,000 home-buying veterans and consumers. Indicted by Grand Jury for selling jobs in OPA: former Mississippi Democrat Comrwtteeman, Chairman State Democrat Committee, lawyer for Democrat State Committee. Irregularities involving civilian and military personnel revealed at Toledo Ordnance Depot. Army Chief of Finance reported using his Pentagon office for insurance business. QM Gen. kept five percenter informed of Army purchasing plans. Brig. Gen. operating Detroit arsenal relieved of his post for accepting favors. $3,000,000 Army depot bought for $205,000 by firm who resells it to Government 2 years later for $2,500,000. Air Force general revealed as secret head of aviation corporation. Etc., etc., etc. If you don't want graft and m corruption to be the symbol of your. United States, there W is only one answer—vote for EISENHOWER NIXON and a Republican Congress Republican State Committee of Florida