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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (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).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY

FJME25 -Number 45
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 7. 1952
PRICE: TEN CENTS
loth Parties Attack McCarran Act
|nators, Representatives Pledge Repudiation Of
ligration Laws Termed Travesty" On Liberality
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
(JTA Washington Bureau Chief)
WASHINGTON (JTA) One of the most significant develop-
|s to emerge from the Presidential campaign is the agreement
wth major parties and their candidates that the McCarran-
er Immigration Act, passed by two-thirds of Congress last
was a major mistake. The act was vigorously opposed by na-
l Jewish organizations, minority groups and liberal elements
|h considered it discrimina-
esident Harry S. Truman,
I had vetoed the measure in
InginK condemnation of its
les, introduced the issue into
election and made it one of
lop issues. Governor Adlai
enson and General Dwight
khower both attacked the
land later stages in the cam-
showed the issue was one
Jhieh many votes hung. The
nan Commission, appointed
resident Truman to tour the
k>y and seek popular views
he act during the election
laign. found that approxi-
y 90 per cent of those who
lied lavored revision of the
Bt" principles.
|ny of the candidates elected
Senate and House of Rep-
edly refused to endorse the can-
didacy of Representative Francis
E. Walter, co-sponsor of the im-
migration measure. Although the
Pennsylvania congressman was
on the platform of the campaign
train with him in the congress-
man's home town, the Democratic
standard-bearer refused to ask
his audience to vote for Walter.
Walter had complained to news-
papermen that Stevenson had
been "ill-advised" on the immi-
gration situation and said he had
boarded the train to "straighten
out" the Governor.
General Eisenhower in speech-
es also denounced the McCarran
immigration measure, and his
running .mate, Senator Richard
Nixon, who had voted for the
the Grand Army of the Republic,
the Society of the War of 1812
and a few other groups.
Agreed on Israel Aid
Friendship for Israel was ex-
preseed by both candidates in
conformity with the platforms of
their parties. There is no indi-
cation that any major change
will occur in the area of Mutual
Security Assistance to the Jew-
ish State. Despite the new faces
in Congress and the new occu-
pant in the White House, every
indication points to the continu-
ation of Federal assistance.
A majority of the elected can-
didates of both parties are pledg-
ed to support the economic up-
building of Israel in line with
the strengthening of nations.
Eban Rebukes Arabs
On Refugee Problem
UNITED NATIONS (JTA) Ambassador Abba Eban, head of
the Israel delegation at the United Nations, told the UN Ad Hoc
Political Committee this week that if the Arab countries did for
the Arab refugees what Israel had done for its new immigrants, there
would be no Arab refugee problem. He emphasized that the Arab
countries had far more resources than Israel.
The Israel diplomat sharply re-
buked the Arab delegates for
their attacks on Israel during the
debate on the Arab refugee prob-
lem. He said that it was Arab
politics which had prevented the
re-integration of the Palestine
refugees in Arab countries.
In Israel's view, Mr. Eban stat-
ed, "regional settlement" would
be in the interests of the refu-
gees, would be just and would
Eisenhower Wins Presidency
, bill and to override the presi-
latives are pledged to work : dent.g veto also came out for re_
peal or amendment of the ; vision
During the campaign, the con-
troversial immigration act was
defended by the Daughters of the
American Revolution, the Am-
erican Legion, the Japanese-Am-
erican League, the Steuben So-
ciety of America, the Ladies of
Indications in the capital
tii.it action for repeal may
bight in Congress early in the
lsession.
lepudtatton By Stevenson
Ithe course of the campaign,
let's author, Senator Pat Mc-
n, of Nevada, was rejected
resident Truman and repud-
| by Governor Stevenson who
tiered not only the McCar-
tnmigration Act but also the
Vran Internal Security Act
BO as travesties on the liber-
rinciples espoused by the
Icratic Patty.
fcernor Stevenson also point-
irt Vacates
irrant For
rkow's Arrest
IN'ICII (JTA) A Munich
has withdrawn a warrant
arrest of Karl Diekow,
|ted perjurer who was the
witness against the late
Auerbach.
tow had been sentenced to
a one-year term for per-
|n another case. No reason
|cating the warrant was giv-
Federal German constitu-
| court at Bonn has rejected
>eal by Wolfgang Hedler,
Stnitic deputy of the Bonn
nent, against his arrest fol-
conviction on charges of
fring the Jews and mem-
if the German resistance
Wnt Hedler, who is in
Jnster jail, appealed on
; of parliamentary im-
j>rt Mischoff, former Ges-
pnber, has been sentenced
imprisonment by a Ger-
t>urt at Kasael for murder-
Jewish physician named
nann in Upper Silesia in
during his trial, the Ges-
ajwar* boasted that he had
been an anti-Semite and
had not chanced hit views
way.
AJC Views Jewish
Position In North
Africa Threatened
NEW YORK (JTA) French
policy in North Africa is being
developed to protect minority
groups in that area, including the
half-million Jews who are threat-
ened with grave problems of se-
curity due to the excesses of ex-
treme nationalistic groups par-
ticularly in Tunisia and Morocco,
Dr. Maurice Perlzweig, interna-
tional affairs director of the
World Jewish Congress, declar-
ed at a joint meeting of the Na-
tional Executive and Administra-
tive Committees of the American
Jewish Congress.
Dr. Perlzweig stated that the
French Government had under-
taken to protect Jews and other
minority groups in the North Af-
rican protectorates of Tunisia
and Morocco "with exactly the
same measures as it was taking
to protect French nationals in
those areas," and that the French
security authorities in Tunis "had
made dispositions to meet any
violent attacks that might be
contemplated."
"We must continue to hope,"
he stated, "that the leaders of
Tunisian nationalism, who have
had the friendliest relations with
their Jewish fellow-citizens, will
continue to restrain the more vio-
lent elements in their own ranks
who are not only a source of'
taumty to Jews' all Aver the World
but are like to prove, in the long
run, a menace to their own:
cause."
lead the way to an Arab-Israel
peace. He pointed out that in the
meantime Israel was doing the
best it could, with its limited re-
sources, to help solve this prob-
lem of international scope. He
emphasized that Israel's past
commitments with regard to
compensation "stand fully valid."
Mr. Eban said that the Arab
refugees were "in the truest
sense, at home in the Arab coun-
tries," particularly in those with
a shortage of manpower. There
could have been "spontaneous re-
integration," but it had been
"consciously prevented," h e
charged.
Toppling the reign of a 20-year Democratic Party Administra-.
tion which began wi> the ascendency of the late Franklin
Delano Roosevelt to office in 1932, Dwight D. Eisenhower de-
feated Governor Adlai Stevenson, of Illinois, Tuesday to win
the Presidency of the United States. All but nine Southern
states went Republican, giving the General the most emphatic
victory since the 1940 election campaign. With complete sta-
tistics nearly compiled late Wednesday, Eisenhower ran
ahead of Governor Stevenson by about 6,000.000 popular
votes, with some 445 electoral ballots In his column. Only
266 were needed to gain him the Presidency. _________
Austrian* Will IHmuss Reparations
VIENNA (JTA) The reconstituted Austrian Cabinet will dis-
cuss the question of Austrian reparations to Jews at one of its earli-
est meetings with a view to asking major Jewish organizations
abroad to send their experts to Vienna for preliminary talks, a
spokesman for Chancfllo^Leepold Flgl told the JTA this week. He
emphasised that the reason for the delay- in 'vending- out invitation*
to the Jewish organizations as had been promised by leading
members of the government was not a change of heart but rather
the recent crisis which caused the fall of the Cabinet.
Arab Members Of
Knesset Seek Gains
From Cabinet Crisis
JERUSALEM (JTA) At-
tempting to take advantage of
the current Cabinet "crisis." Arab
members of Israel's Parliament
have submitted a memorandum
to Premier David Ben-Gurion de-
manding abolition of military
government in certain Arab ar-
eas of Israel and other conces-
sions as the price for their con-
tinued support of the Ben-Gurion
Government.
With the vote in the Parlia-
ment theoretically 60 for and 60
against the government, the Arab
votes could affect the general
political situation.
Commenting on the Arab
move, a spokesman for the Mapai
Party, major group in the govern-
iment coalition, said that the Arab
' leaders are well aware of the
I situation in the country at large
and know that the government
has improved conditions for the
Arab population as rapidly as it
can, but that they wish to force
political concessions from the
government at this time. The
Mapai spokesman added that he
did not think that the Arabs were
in a position to force a new
Cabinet "crisis" with their de-
mands.
The first contact between the
Mapai and Progressive Parties
in negotiations looking toward
the entrance of the Progressives
into the government has brought
no concrete achievements. Ma-
pai negotiators have expressed
the hope that differences between
the two parties would be nar-
rowed rapidly, because the "ide-
ological divergencies are small."
Progressive spokesmen feel that
the major obstacles in the path
of agreement are not ideological,
but rather matters of practical
p.oJitics..such as taking the poli-
tics out of civil services and esr
tablishing a unified educational
system.


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7/ Say...
e year 1946 saw a progressive deterioration of
U foreign policy under Ernest Bevin. He refused
dent Truman's plea for admission into Palestine
0,000 DPs, rotting away in concentration camps
bv the Austrian house painter. Jewish nerves
taut. Where could the refugees, who escaped the
Ivens, find a haven?
CET/NG THE BRITISH CONSULATE
(ie Miami community reflected the general mood.
ijonist Emergency Committee decided to picket the
gh Consulate, which occupied space on the eighth
i of an office building. From 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
land women, carrying placards called attention to
Injustices and broken promises of perfidious Al-
They marched back and forth in picket forma-
|on a hot July day in front of the Pan American
Sing. The police had given permission, and no
jrbance happened until about 4:30 in the afternoon.
lung man with a Storm Trooper's manner took his
I near the picket line. He claimed to be an ex-
er and defended Britain as the ally fighting along-
jthe U.S.A. We never could find out whether he
[posted by the British Consul, or by T. T. Scott, a
erjack kind of ex-ruffian who had become owner
Be Pan American Building. There was nothing to
ut send for the polke. The Scott man was fuming
swearing. A crowd had collected and ugly scowls
written on some faces. The police car rolled up.
Could easily have ordered the arrest of the Storm
er for interfering with our picket and T. T. Scott
nis foul abuse. But we felt it would create bad
|ic relations and defeat the very purpose of our
onstration. As soon as 5:00 o'clock struck, we call-
jff the picket on scheduled time. A half hour more
[there might have been trouble. The following day,
|scott phoned the chairman and sheepishly apolo-
for his unnecessary insults.
that evening the picket was followed by a mass
fin? in Flamingo Park on Miami Beach. The newly
Greater Miami's Contribution To Israel's Formation
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
elected Congressman George Smathers spoke with the
enthusiasm of a novice. Howard Le Sourd, Dean of
Massachusetts I^aw School and head of the American
Christian Palestine Committee, addressed an audience
of more than 5,000. The papers wrote up the picket
and the meeting.
MARCHING WITH BANNERS
A more spectacular demonstration was staged in the
spring of 1947. The Emergency Committee organized
a march on Washington Avenue from Lincoln Road to
Flamingo Park. Every Jewish organization, except
the workmen's Circle, joined the procession. The news-
papers carried pictures of the night parade, showing
numerous banners asserting the desperate plight of
Jews in Europe and the urgent need of a State in
Palestine. The meeting at Flamingo Park overflowed
into the street. A most touching feature was the El
Moleh Rachmim sung by the refugee Cantor of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center. Cantor Jacob Goldring
had survived his concentration camp at Teresienstadt.
His wife was cremated in the Nazi incinerators. The
In Memorium chanted to the 6,000,000 martyrs was
more eloquent for a Jewish Homeland than all the
speeches of that evening.
HANGING IN THE BALANCE
By the summer of 1947, the Zionist dream of a Jew-
ish Commonwealth appeared more remote than ever.
The dying F.D.R. held up action on Palestine and made
confusing promises with regard to Zionist policy. Pres-
ident Truman's course was uncertain. His gratuitous
declaration that the U.S. would not send half a million
soldiers to Palestine encouraged the Arabs, the oil in-
terests, and the hostile elements of the State Depart-
ment. The British Labor Party broke its campaign
pledges and repudiated the Balfour Declaration. Sov-
iet Russia, always in opposition to Zionism as a cam-
ouflage for British Imperialism, could not be relied
upon for help in the United Nations. It was difficult
to forecast whether the Irgun and Stern terrorists were
helping or harming the Jewish cause with the U.N.
PARTITION
In the summer of 1947, Simonhoff anxious to see
Israel decided upon a tour into foreign lands. He re-
signed as chairman of the local Zionist Emergency
Committee. This act enabled a Beach group to obtain
control. A reorganization took place along "democratic"
lines that is the committee was enlarged with juven-
iles and housewives. Fortunately there was little to
do. The Zionist issue was placed on the agenda of the
United Nations, which on November 29, 1947, voted the
partition of Palestine into Jewish and Arab states.
GREATER MIAMI IN ACTION
In 1948 hostilities broke out with Arab attacks upsn
the Yishuv. The entire Jewish position in Palestine
was imperiled. The Miami area played its part during
the Jewish-Arab war. Planes were reconditioned and
flown to Palestine. Material and equipment were as-
sembled and shipped. Christian and Jewish volun-
teers were screened, selected and recruited. Funds fo"
armaments and material were quietly collected and
secretly delivered to the Jewish Agency. The Federa-
tion had closed its campaign with $1,250,000 pledged,
the largest sum yet donated in Greater Miami in the
course of any single year. Public feeling ran high
enough to collect and additional $250,000 for the hard
pressed fighters in the newly proclaimed State of
Israel.
The impact of Zionism upon Greater Miami has
been great, notwithstanding the antics of a few vul-
garians. The millions collected yearly by the Federa-
tion is largely due to the constant hammering of Zion-
ists during the preceding generation. By the time Is-
rael was formed, about 5,000 men. women and teen-
agers were enrolled as dues-paying Zionists in Greater
Miami. But interest is not confined to philanthropy.
Over $2,000,000 was expended for Israel Bonds during
the first year of their issue by residents in the Miami
vicinity.
lelma Begler Is Appointed Branch
ipervisor Of Beach Branch GM JCC
fie appointment of Thelma
Ikr as branch supervisor of
Beach Branch. Greater Mi-
Jewish Community Center,
announced here by Ephraim
GMJCC executive direc-
Irs. Begler will be responsible
the supervision of the pro-
ponal and maintenance staffs
, the development of the veri-
[ programs at the Center, Gale
lor the past two years, Mrs.
|ler has served as adult activi-
director and has also been
charge of programming for
tr adults and grade school
Idren. For two summers she
tcted the Summer Day Camp
Igram for this agency.
pior to her affiliation with the
Greater Miami Jewish Commun-
ity Center, she was active in
center work in Chicago and San
Francisco. In Chicago, Mrs. Beg-
ler was executive director of the
Chicago Youth Council. In San
Francisco, she was with the
Emanuel Residence Club. She
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many community organizations
such as the ^National Council of
Jewish Women.
During the war years, Mrs.
Begler was called upon by the
Government to plan and direct
recreational and cultural pro-
grams for industrial war work-
ers throughout the country.
Mrs. Begler is a graduate of
the University of Chicago and
did her graduate work at San
Francisco State and Columbia.
She now resides with her hus-
band and two children at 15699
NE 12th Avenue. They are active
members of the Monticello Park
Temple and lead the Sunday
School classes there.
Academy Faculty
Is Feted Sunday
The Hebrew Academy Room
Mothers will tender a reception
honoring the faculty Sunday
night, November 9th, 8 p.m., at
the Blackstone Hotel, Mrs. Alex-
ander Kogan, president, an-
nounced early this week. Mrs.
Harold Kaufman will be chair-
man of the affair.
Following greetings from Mrs.
Kogan, Dr. Irwin Makovsky,
chairman of the Board of Edu-
cation, will introduce the staff.
Henry Mendelsohn, administra-
tive assistant of the Academy,
will respond.
Rabbi Alexander Gross, prin-
cipal, will talk on the philosophy,
progress of education and objec-
tives of the Academy. Mrs. Jack
Donnerstag, music director, Miss
Judith Youngerman, dancing in-
structor, and Cantor Maurice
Mamches, instructor for liturgi-
cal music, will provide the en-
tertainment.
Election of officers will high-
light a Daddies' Breakfast of the
Academy Fathers' Club Sunday
morning, 9:30 a.m., at Harfenist
Restaurant, with Irving Firtel,
president, presiding.
The first meeting of the year
will map plans for participation
of the Fathers' Club in the
Academy's Fifth Annual Dinner
and Pictorial Journal, scheduled
for January 4th, at the Miami
Beach Auditorium. Other activi-
ties for the year also will be
planned, Firtel reported.
Dr. Robert Littowitz will be
guest moderator of the Acad-
emy's Quiz Kid program on Sun-
day, 10:45 a.m., over radio station
WMIE. Judge Harold B. Spoet
was quizmaster last week, with
Joseph Lauer, Effrom Meschel-
off, Melvin Sachs and Herman
Shapiro earning repeat spots on
the panel.
Photographed above are officers of the Zionist Council of
South Florida named to their positions at a recent election
meeting. Front row (left to right) are Mrs. Anna Brenner Mey-
ers, vice chairman; Mrs. George M. Cohen, chairman; and
Mrs. Milton Sirkin, recording secretary. Rear (left to right) are
I. S. Shapoff and Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. vice chairman;
Sam Prosterman, treasurer; and Fred Jonas, vice chairman.
Not shown are Mrs. Irwin Weinstein and Burnett Roth, vice
chairmen; and Miss Lillian Goodman, corresponding secra-
tary.
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Zionist District, will be host at
an Oneg Shabbat tonight, 8:45
p.m., at the home of Judge and
Mrs. Theodore Nelson.
Mrs. Nelson, the former Sooky
Brameister, with the assistance
of Mr. Nelson, will present an
evening of music. David Good-
win will bring the group to date
on current events.
Lila Gross and Lillian Baris
will be in charge of refreshments.
THE MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER
1701 WASHINGTON AVENUE
announces
The Opening of EMte
Friday Evening Services
FOR THE 1952-53 SEASON
This Friday Evening, November 7th, 1952
at 8:30 p.m.
RABBI mVING LEHRMAN WILL PREACH ON
"THE GENIUS OF AMERICA" A Post Election Sermon
CANTOR DAVID SILVERMAN WILL CHANT
assisted by the Center Choir


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+Je+isi TODAY,
IS^i
.Miami's l*4lial Srhool
The University of Miami's new medical
school i a boon to the crea for many reas-
on*. Primarily, Florida students may now
apply for admission to an in-state institution
and avoid the possibility of territorial dis-
crimination. For another, the school may well
prove to be the seed of a future inter-Ameri-
ca." medical center and raise the City of Mi-
z~. to international importance.
But not to be forgotten among the positive
aspects of the school's coming into being is
the heightened pcsit.on Dade County will now
!=ice :n Floridc's affairs. Dcde County has
beer, virtually discriminated against for the
longest time. Contributing to the State Trees
ury's coffers a more than wiqpibcaai crr.i^.v
of :cxes its residents have been receiving less
(ban their fcir share of returns m publicly
sponsored improvements.
The University of Miami Medical School
was chartered only after a bitter struggle
with northern areas of the state which :e'.-
HmI Florida's first medical school sheuid be
established there. That Miami and Dade
County received the zc.z.z'. nod specks well
for their final recognition as a p.votai area.
We aie May to repor that Northern Flor-
oa .-.as net ye* g.ven up the strugaie. A sic
nificant number oi official educators there
realize that more than state approval is neec-
ea to make a medical school successful. The
University of Miami .s now m the midst of a
i. SCC W. campa.gr. "o assure the grown of
their new school ot medicine.
Of that sum $600,000 ere needed to estab-
lish an Ou:-?crier.t Department at Jackson
Memorial Hospital, the school's affiliate. The
University also needs S204.0OO to repay the
f urn .'arrowed for the medical school's' tem-
r orary home, S4X OOC for a cash reserve as
en operational safeguard and $300,000 to cov-
ez defich* that might cccrue before its self-
ladning fourth year of operation.
We cie gratified that our community lecd-
en are foremost in the ranks of those who
indertaken to see that this total task
accomplished Their call must be answered
'o prove the- Miami's medical school is here
to stay and that the northern watchful waiters
ll.iilass.-ih Views World
Hadassah the Women's Z.on.s; Organixa-
i.on proved both it*, metal and vigor at the
group'a 38th Annual Convention held last
week ..-. Detroit Michigan.
Reiterated there were ail of Hadassah's
aim! as they bear upon its work here and
abroad. No: content with budgeting alloca-
i.ons for the Hadassah Medical Organization
in Israel and for Youth Aliyah rescue and
resettlement m the new state of homeless
children from North Africa. Iran, Iraq and
Iron Curtain cbuntries of Europe the wom-
en Zionists also expressed themselves on in-
ternational affairs.
They scored the United States in its failure
tc ratify the UN Genocide Convention and
called upon Conqress to appropriate sufficient
hinds foi the Point Four Program.
Such extensive social awareness on the
of Hadassah speaks well for the organ-
nation. Its leadership, realizina the import-
cr.ee of world well-beina, rose above individ-
+Jnist> thrMi-'tr
ubliened every Friday ,.. wf
By The Jewith Floridian at 120 N. E
S'xth etreet. Miami 18. Florida. En
22* ond.elaa matter July 4
i30, at the Poat Office of Miami
F.a., under the Act of March 3. 1S79
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EDITORIAL
S-tjrif Pays Dividend*
The American Fin uncial and Develop-
ment Corporator, has announced the State of
Israels third interest payment on the S500.-
000.CX Bend Issue floated here.
Holders o: three and one-half percent Cou-
pon Bonds have been invited to accept pay-
ment m banks throughout the United States.
The infant democracy is preserving its
record of never having defaulted on any debt.
Bond holders continue to be assured of the
security of their investment through such
punctuality. They are simultaneously heart-
ened by the knowledge that their loan is
helping to guarantee Israels economic fu-
ture.
\ < all To IHtv
Statistics on the matter reveal that the
Greater Miami area compares more than fav-
or a hi y with ether American communities in
the current Bonds of Israel Campaign.
Beth the Sukkoth Rally and the High Holy
Day drives have resulted in the sale of a sig-
nificant number cf bonds here.
Thw is encouraging i.-.ro-rmation in light of
the fact mat "he campaign's co-chairmanship
has not taken the sumr.en'ly active per. BIG
artau-s demand Official circles, composed
who never receive
During The Week ... a i
By LEO MINDLIN

xrgely Of t_reless worriers
the plaudit! o: public
concerned over tuch
acciaim. are visibly
non-participation, for .
tney can not comiortaoly carry the campaign
forward on \-.e_- ov.n initiative without top
leadership approval
Obviously. MJam. s record for the pur-
chase of Isrce! Bands zz-Lz he raised to even
more impressive .-.e.c.vs : the co-chairmen
fully assumed their resp-:n=ih^.ties. They
could do much by virtue c: their communal
positions to achieve this end
If personcl end other communal duties
prevent them from fulfilling the obligations of
their joint office, they ought to relinquish their :
stations of leadership. Of utmost importance '
is the continued success of the campaign. Is-
rael's economic future depends on the com- (
plete purchase of the bond issue, and Miami
must pitch in with its fair share.
We are gratified that our community is
doing well, but we know it can do better. The
co-chairmanship, cognizant of this fact, must '
finally make a positive stand either by ac-
cepting its leadership role or by inviting the
participation of men who will fully devote!
their energies to planning and organizing i
future BIG affairs.
As long as campaign workers are hamp-
ered by the fear of transcending their official I
powers in the name of carrying their import-
ant work beyond a seemingly disinterested}
high level leadership, the possibility of rais-
ing Miami's record becomes endangered.
This must not happen.
ual ideals to urge economic aid for upbuild-
ing all areas "whose population suffers from
disease and hunger, thus removing the caus-
es of discontent and the tendency ... to look
for panaceas to bring about a better way of
life that often lead to enslavement."
Hadassah has not spoken for World Jewry,
alone; nor has it spoken for the personal wel-
fare of Israel. It has spoken for mankind at I
large.
STANDARDS OF PROFESSIONALISM
Tr.< Greater Miami Hebrew Teachers' Association i.
This is always a pathetic sort of situ.,;: n fiWtll^
,ro timidity or half-measures. What makes th. AskkjSS!,
even more pitiful is that its members fear ai ising
n because they are ill-equipped to da rearttosJ
r otherwise.
Thus, the expression ot distaste is merely token u*
matter of form, assures the) fact thai the Association will "]
successful in enforcing its would-be policy. Briefly, th, j*%
teachers have bean attempting to control the quality of inj- I
currently available in the area's Religious Schools. 1Vf|
thai unqualified personnel reflect negatively on their o*c I
bilines and lower the standards of the profession n lam.
The teachers have therefore been hoping for the opp-
f passing upon the qualifications of instructors seeking i3m
menta here and regard as treasonable the prevailing prac-.;-'*!
'ligious Schools that hire faculty members without theirJT
Most disturbing to them is the employment of youthful -
who have little more than Talmud Torah backer ur.d for :ai
mentary Hebrew courses.
There is much truth in the Association's stand. The pr:i,
of its members, like any other, certainly has standards of >r
ence. Unfortunately, however, it suffers the ills of teachb-J
vocation, generally, and finds itself in no position to enforce!
piss. For some incredible reason, the public entertains >
attitude toward the academician. It expresses an open feeiiaTJ
reverence, akin to that directed at clergymen, and seen!
tempt for weaklings who fear the world and hide behind the t
of learning.
The effort to capture the fancy of such confuted, i-:iJ
opinion is thus foredoomed. If the Association t*UM
support, it will hardly succeed in lining up the sympatl
area's Religious Schools. As a result, the teach themselveu
impelled by mixed motives. They recognize the danger
mg the "reverence*1 felt for them: yet. the I ..... J
I them to rebel against their untenable tuation e,aj
half-heartedly.
whl
iU
FRED K. SHOCHET
Editor and Pubiiehcr
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' FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1952
VOLUME 25 NUMBER 45
CHESHVAN 19, 5713
V/kVIS
THE PEOPLE "OF THe'bOOK
PROFESSIONALISM AND ECONOMICS
In voicing its distaste, the Association .-.'.- item |
concern for the eifect on students of unqualified I a Bif*|
is clear that the cry for professional standards finds root!
Otnic factors.
For example. Hebrew teachers here are dismayed by ihie
portation of instructors from northern regions. These, they %
arrive in Miami with guarantees of a promising future. Wr.i:
summer season brings to a clos> the Religious School schew
they are released and subsequently "flood the market". Nc :!
of re-employment are vver forthcoming, since the imnajjal
teachers demand higher salaries than previously and sir.a
north continues to offer an availability list of cheap imtndl
Thus, competition for positions here resull I
day for Religious School employers. And. .
tion. quality ultimately assumes secondary imr. with
scales generally determining faculty membership. It
fetched then, to regard the Hebrew teachers' att> pt a:
as a disguised effort to limit the number of instruci
This, the Association vigorously denies. Its spekesme:
tinue to insist that they are merely concerned with quality- *
an example of their position, they draw parallels to the Arenas
Medical Association and. in limited fashion, to the AmericaAr
sociation of University Professors.
But neither of these two groups applies. The reasons i :a*l
inapplicability underscore the vulnerability of th<- Hebrew \-^\
situation In the case of the AAUP, some degree of sinularitfl
tains: but even there, sufficient differences exist to maketheatj
ment of standards seem indefensible.
e
PROFESSIONS AND SOCIAL ACCEPTANCE
Already mentioned here has been the matter i: public it*
t '. ..id particular professional groupings. Some professi
in higher regard than others. Medical men haw
ed to the level of Godliness; the opinion of ti
confused view outlined before.
The American Medical Association has exploited lhe natat11
reverence and maintains excellent public relations cour.s.'! l
further it so that personal communication between laymen -"J Pl|
AMA membership becomes increasingly impossible. In ft *l
gard. the AMA has made no effort to disguise its procedure M
ing the number of licensed physicians. And. as limi!ali"f*l
secrecy advance, social acceptance advances in like manner, i I
is a peculiarly American phenomenon; in France, for *"* I
medical man assume the same communal position as do ttiC*1!
here. L
The AAUP is hardly as comfortably situated. Its merr.=^l
has no less academic training either in number of years or '''- I
But university professors lease their knowledge to private iMJ|
tions that recognize the inordinate ratio among them t,<,tween,Sj
and demand. Also, university professors have not been -
enshrouding their profession with the divinity and "scientlK *]
found in medicine. Thus, they become subject to the same Aw-
ing principles regulating the sale of any product. .lI
Hebrew teachers are even more wildcat in their nwthoc*- I
though standards are ideally defined. Religious Schools *f \
that knowledge of the language is sufficient to make a satis-*1 '
instructor; this, of course. U far from truth. Inevitably *3
teachers fall into the impersonal machine of compel^** P
Pie with small regard for any standards, whatsoever. |
Perhaps the answer to their nroblem is unionism The :j
Association of University Professors has toved with that 'A
intellectuals aie prone to shv awav from such methods: th
to Iok upon unions as being ben.'ath their professional dig'
they return to the threadbare argument that other groui
quire no such organizations. The Hebrew Teach, s' A ,.
here ij right in wanting to maintain standards of instruct l
should its members feel embarrassed by the impell'"* !V '^1
protect themselves financially. Unfortunately, as long "lA^l
opinion remains frozen both to their needs and aims, they #"
tinue to be at the mercy of hit-and-miss living.


-NOVEMBER T" WST
* Jewish fkridknn
Ah,i\%
\\o right are Mrs. Max
Ir.an and Mrs. Max Sieg-
cnding before 151 NW
:*reet, where the Beth
i Sisterhood is currently
jr.cj a Rummage Sale
MO a.m.. to 4 p.m., daily.
project is one of the
ps of earning credit for
P.nnual Donor Luncheon
,. by the Sisterhood. Ad-
as co-chairman with the
gcmes Bergman and
is Mrs. Jules Weiss.
Teach Social
mint: Here
portunity for junior high
nvs and girls here to
vial dancing is being of-
Greater Miami Jew-
nmunity Center's Town
. :i was announced by Miss
Orlik, chairman of the
., IVogram Committee.
...t meeting of the Social
Group will be on Monday
., November 10th, and will
.-. throughout the program
Dorothy Fishman,
d graduate of the Sargant
: Physical Education
- affiliated with Boston
ty and who at the pres-
is teaching in the Dade
School System, has been
! as instructor.
phen Wise Hadassah
Stephen S. Wise Group
ah will hold its month-
peting on Monday, November
12:30 p.m., at the Monte
Dr. Leo Levin will be
iker. An open discus-
i will follow Dr. Lev-
m
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Two Exhibitions
Mark University
Family Day Here
Two new exhibitions at the
University of Miami's Lowe Gal-
lery and (our talks by Director
Allan McNab during the day [
marked the gallery's calendar'
yesterday,
Drawings by Paul Klee and a
panel exhibit illustrating tech-
niques of painting comprise the
art features.
Know Your Gallery And How
It Works, was Director Nc-
Nab's topic scheduled for 11 a.m., I
2, 4 and 8:30 p.m.. and arranged '
especially for yesterday's Uni- j
versity Family Day, when towns-
people were invited to partici-
pate in general Homecoming fes-
tivities.
Forty-five of Paul Klee's j
drawings are included in the ex- '<
hibition, representing every per-
iod of Klee's career from 1908
to the year of his death, 1940.
"Since Klee himself valued his'
drawings even more highly than
his paintings, this exhibition
affords an opportunity for the
study and enjoyment of major
works by one of the masters of',
20th century painting," McNab \
said. Never before publically
shown, the drawings are for the
most part from the Curt Valentin
collection.
The Techniques Of Painting of
the exhibit consists of panels
from the National Gallery of Art.
Washington, D.C., demonstrating
the methods of direct oil paint-
: ing, oil with glazes, fresco, tem-
| pera oil glazes and tempera. An-
alyzed were by Van Eyck, Luini,
Rembrandt, Van Gogh and the
Byzantine School.
Both exhibits will remain in
the Gallery through November
23rd, and NcNab will give ad-
ditional talks on them and the
operation of the Gallery at 3:30
p.m., Tuesday, November 11th,
Wednesday, November 12th, and
Thursday, November 20th.
This Was America an exhibit
of 40 paintings by American art-
ists of the 19th century, will open
in the Lowe Gallery on Monday
night, 8:30 p.m., wiih a preview
for members. It will be open to
the iwblir Tuesday through No-
vember 30th.
Sunday afternoon, McNab will
give the public a preview of the
Amei ican exhibit during the Uni-
versity's UM in Review, which
versity's program, UM in Review,
which will be televised at 1:30
p.m.
Attending the Patron Ticket Committee Lunch :on held in preparation for the Robert Merrill
Concert to be staged by the Sisterhood of the Miami Beach Jewish Center are (seated left
to nqht) the Mesdames Georae Goldberq; Samuel Lipton, hostes= at her home, 6535 Allison
Road; Charles Fruchtman; Joseph M. Rose, chairman; and Joseph Lipton. Standing (left to
right) are the Mesdames Joseph Eerman, Irving Lehrman, Bernard F. Stern, Ben Zion Gins-
berg, Leo Chaikin and Philip Neuwirth. Not pictured are the Mesdames Joseph Cherner,
Raymond Rubin and Morri= Wolfe. The Concert is scheduled for February 18, 1953, and wiil
be staged for the benefit of the Center Religious School.
Herzl ftroup To Hear Dr. Lev
Recent Advances in
The Herzl Group of Hadassah
will hold its regular meeting on
Monday, November 10th, at the
Belmar Hotel, Miami Beach, at
12:45 p.m.
Guest speaker will be Dr.
Medicine.
Dr. Lev is director of Laboratory
and Research at Mount Sinai
Hospital.
Mrs. Aaron Courshon and Mrs.
Bernard Silverman are chairmen
Maurice Lev, who will discuss of the day.
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12th, at 8 p.m.
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FRIDAY
"SttlctL
HELEN ALPEP.T
-
trj *ai
. : inte I in the ?.. :-->.'.
1776 but
days in Dadc C .
These u > trying I I Espe this
woman. I':- ling this on Moi ill thi
Stevens n lever I { dozens.to ren it I :
ditto. By the time :
- (o and yet it's all I
to drag n I to this I
THE WEEK. HOWEVER ristl
Public stuff open* rt '''
took a twist into 01 Wei S I Al-
bany, NY and before } wj Dewey 'which nobody did''
Mrs Robert Cahn had leaned over to confide ihe I n Syi
nd do we-all rerr.err.ber the Alderman family and Mr- Harrj
Fa'oer had gone bright as a lark over Saratoga. She's the -.-' I
M He owns the Bill H lei.
Mrs Faber n-.ade another har.^- nu appeal Sal lay n:ght
ii plat! when Senator Claude Pepper intrdouced her and
thei precinct leaders gathered to welcome Kefauver .
At that lunch, Abe was persuading his sister to join the Miami
Bea h Taxpayers' Association, -nd listening comfortabl) was M L
Friedn joined Arnold Levien. fresh back and tanned
fr ri intry club golf Sol Bennett who'd been | ins. steady
.....'' >rris N Lipp since early that morning Phil
Si enberg, Max B derman, Al Oboler. Jack Abhn got in lati lisI
betting Dave Phillips under the line Mike Baskin proved of in-
ter* many people, h II n also asked about his brothel
Lenny
Whizzed in on a fast | n ill Iron Margaret Ben Y men is
NEWS THAT firsl "Mikad meeting i heduled this Saturday at
t their i 1800 M. ... n Avenue. EV-
ERYBODY'S WANTED Kids who boast -. Lil] P ns or Lawrence
ett n : lines I speak '' I men intent!
P pula Elli I ? ... taking a lead::... in Studio M's
- productioi ". It's due for i N member 15th pre-
I believi Ellie 'all of us adore that euyj is WKAT's early-
as the Gabriel Heattei broadcasts .
- Mamn ffee the other evening with Sandy
Ros 3 Idon Green, whose nuptials are scheduled for March
151 thu iking I:, me Tax a rarely Happy Day. Sheldon is
Green's and has beer, with WTVJ f .r months. ,
Saturday i ngi with lav rite girl-vocalist was
the sistant managei Mart} Wucher His girl's Jeanne
: '-' P, she knows. She's Jeanne Moore |
.ntent with holding merely money in his hand. Joe,
ield a mighty pen as editor of the weekly
Incidentally, his displacement of Carl Gardner in
I proving that it's truly the
little 1 t Carl, Joe went about per-
stuffing eaflel ell int every nook and crar..-.-.
treet- ist I :' re the lamps got put in. Seei
"- -~'ued by the wads to pull 'em out and ,
n And voti
V Sue Moss. By the week she's Harry Ros-1
Caril N veil C me Sundaj ut beating the streets
: : leritage. for evi .body knows
nt by her sister Ada Sheiner '
:- ippro h and freelj mmend it as
SI I on the door and said. Hell i I'm j
irt."
'' to come right in iwn, I
' .nd membership card and
therl what les-spiel .
Thi R lens Sunday afternoon t. launch'
W .-. M ix Di till it inded at the pitch'
'' n vi j :ng but b
,ln Drossin re 1 \ te Mach-
erful ballet portrait I Benit : ley painted two years
'' -' : I : a skilled
: ": rtists he exei trait lent n weekends.
'' -d that apartment building and bought a home
North Miami, and Benit i- n- it up until
Drossin -student laughter
in Boston .. .
This the ntini the professioi.....w at
the Sea Isle.
Artists were milling ai >und as fi rt-lovers Irving
Strauss was having a fine timi tellii group half-loaf
o] .-.read in his indig nl int uaintmg
bread lined with caviar) for early Manh like
'"Cn : Soldier" until I tifi uld return t> art. Now
rward to Bil i thi Boulevard Hotel
z .'. ..nd in thi Mi in Lil
Getting a bai I ing with artists Minerva Lichtig
till-lift plasti fl wers never droop. "Aha." said St
I nten I I in ti -rosi
y-: them for you." San | e of her j
-' :- '' .she
. r .
Willie i everything I >oked intriguing, but the
.. buds the amateurs
tly formed a club of their
Bubbli xander Kogan, while others
tied ut her fetching bobbed hairdo .
' ; Miller Ten people out of
pped each other to ask: "But where are Paula Warsaw's!
5?" Paula gets even their purr, in paint! Architect Nathan
len n he did the Fairfax. Travelers Hotel among others) in- I
jpted his art comments long enough to announce we need an '
i American for Democratic Action here and he'll be the boy '
to lo it .
OPENING SYMPHONY program saw Ruth C. Brotman mobbed
her friends she'd got home just 46 hours earlier. That entic- I
. shoulder scarf let (means little scarf top) was made in Tel-Aviv.
Her mother isn't here: she fell, cutting her head, and is in good I
ids in Montreal where Ruth's brother is a physician Sholem |
h and his wife made their first Beach appearance that evening, j
toe .
Channings Feted
In Washington, D.C.
: -:.s. Jules P. Chan-
a .-. i v.ere married on June
n Miami Beach and spent'
I f their honeymoon in Ha-
Cuba, have just returned
Washington, DC. and new
York, where they were entertain-
ed extensively.
A Washington. D.C. reception i
given by Dr. and Mrs. Char-
It.- Lenhjff. Among those pres-
ent were: Dr. and Mrs. Maurice
Pr tas. Dr and Mrs Ben Gur- '
win, Dr. and Mrs. Ben Lofsky,
Dr. .ad Mrs. Louis Levitt. Mr
and Mrs. Milton Stein and Dr
and Mrs. Samuel Hillman.
Levitt. PohI Will Live
On Xormandv Isle
Miss Lii how To
Wed Navy Man
The engagement of their
daughter. Marilyn Shirley, to
Chester Perdeu Mills. Jr.. was
announced early this week by I
Mr. and Mrs. William I. La bow.
328 Mariana Avenue. Coral Gab-
Mrs. Dav.d SchU
Miss Irene Levitt, daughter of
Mr and Mrs. Herman Levitt.
1955 Calais Drive. Normandy Isle,
and Mr. Sherman Pohl. of Buf-
falo. New York, were married on
October 26th. at the Chapel of
the Miami Beach Jewish Center.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated
at the double ring wedding.
The bride wore a ballerina-
length gown of white nylon tulle
and imported chantilly lace made
with a fitted bodice and off-
shoulder neckline outlined by-
lace. Her French illusion veil fell
from a cap of matching lace, and
she carried a Bible covered with
white orchids and stephanotis.
Miss Carol Siegler was the
bride's only attendant. She wore
a rust taffeta shantung gown. Th?
bouqupt was of gold daisies and
purple orchids.
Edward Pohl was best man for
his brother. Warren Wepman and
James L Mack were ushers.
The bride attended Miami
Beach High School where she
was a member of the National
Honor Society. She also attended
the University of Florida, where
she was a member of Alpha Ep-
silon Phi Social Sorority, the Ad-
vertising Club and a pledge of
Gamma Alpha Chi, honorary ad-
vertising sorority.
Mr Pohl attended Bennett High
High School and Bryant-Strat-
ton Business College in Buffalo.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs
Harry Pohl. Buffalo residents.
After a brief honeymoon, the
couple will reside at 1935 Calais
Drive. Miami Beach.
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The bride elect attended Ponce
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University of Miami. She is a
member of Nu Phi Mu, Business
Women's Sorority.
Mr. Mills, now serving aboard
the Navy's USS Fred T. Berry, is
; the son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester
, P. Mills. Millville. New Jersey.
. He attended Memorial High
School there.
Miss Marilyn Laboic
Scheinholz. SchlJ
Rites In New York
35o5 Flaming Drive. and Mi
Mrs. H. Schein.-wlz. of hojjL
sylvania Avenue, have rel
here following an extended.
tion in New York, where i
attended the wedding of 1
granddaughter Miss nJ
Scheinholz. to David 1. Sdi
both from Hewlett Long Hi
The ceremony took pi**
Sunday. October 19th. at theQ
gregation Sons .'. Israel. T^
mere. Long Island, with U
Joseph Looksteir. and HarrySj
pern officiating.
The former Miss Sche:nhokj
tended the University of P
sylvania and : r. a-s .......
Hofstra College at Herapa
Mr. Schlang graduated
Bucknell University.
Following u h r.eymoontrs
the West Indies, the c iiplti
reside in Great Neck, Linjld
and. New Y
Florida Authors
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Dr. Charles Philhour. P:isfl
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PAGE 7A
ersonally Speaking...
k,tinned home from a six-
nth stay in Twin Lakes, Wis-
are Mr- an(* Mrs. Max
nberg, of 1041 NE 138th
E,.t. Miami.
ft ft
it Grayson is back in Miami,
fcwing a sudden trip to New
where he attended funeral
I i the death of his fath-
Qrayson is treasurer of the
hh D;de Jewish Center Men's
lb
ft ft ft
\i v ing from injuries sus-
|ed in a recent automobile ac-
t Mrs. Clara Eisenberg
aughter, Rita, of North
|mi.
ft ft ft
i and Mis. Richard M. Elfen,
|809 North Flagler Drive, West
Btach. announce the birth
eii (laughter on Wednesday,
(,h Jilth. Mrs. Elfen is the
tier Rose Landau. Maternal
ndn .dor is Mrs. Esther Lan-
i Alton Road, Miami
ft ft ft
dm and Mrs. William Pallot,
Muncgro, Coral Gables, re-
nte: last week on the Queen
abiti from a six-week tour
Sr.gland and France.
ft ft ft
r. and Mrs. Julius M. Rosen-
ari at home at 244 West
Alto Drive, Miami Beach,
mvini their summer vacation
^it in Monticello, New York.
ft ft ft
|uth Bn.tman has just return-
[rom an extensive tour of Is-
re she sang in the first
lie fi stival held by the new
rish .-tate. As a member of
[press, Miss Brotman also act-
music correspondent. She
foiled with the Canadian
up via the SS Atlantic from
Quebec to Marseilles, and the
SS Negba to Haifa. En route she
spent several weeks in Spain,
France and Canada.
ft ft ft '"
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Katz an-
nounce the birth of their daugh-
ter, Jaclyn Eve, at Mount Sinai
Hospital last Saturday. Mr. Katz
is principal of Miami Beach Hi?h
School. They have another
daughter, Leda Iris, two
years
Proclaim Saturday
Cerebral Palsy Day
A Tag Day for the United Cer-
ebral Palsy Association of Mi-
ami has been proclaimed for to-
morrow, November 8th, by Mayor
Chelsea Senerchia. Proceeds will
be used to support the out-pa-
tient clinic sponsored by the or-
ganization.
Six-year-old Sharon Wein-
traub, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Milton Weintraub, 2135 SW 25th
Terrace, Miami, has been named
Miss Forget Them Not, as theme
girl of the campaign.
A spokesman for the organiza-
tion revealed that UCP will at-
tempt to raise $100,000 this year
to help treat the palsied. At pres-
ent, some 100 cerebral palsied
children and adults are being
treated at the clinic, which is
the only one of its kind in Mi-
ami.
Members of the Beth David Student Choir who will assist during the series of late Friday ev-
ening services at the Synaaogue. Left to right are Mrs. Jack Donnerstag, director, Fred
Fleishman, Roberta Rabinowiiz, Stanley Goldstein, Helen Goldstein, Jerry Shevin, Elaine
Donnerstag, Phyliss Deich and Hillel Glover.
Mrs. Herman Luncheon
Mrs. Harvey Herman, of 2121
SW 13th Avenue, president of the
B'nai B'rith Women of Miami, is
planning a Luncheon and Card
Party on Wednesday, November
12th, at 1 p.m. The evening is one
of a series of membership affairs
scheduled for November.
Maleks Honored
At Anniversary
A First Wedding Anniversary,
honoring Cantor and Mrs. Joseph
W. Malek, was held on Sunday at
a supper at 1622 Michigan Aven-
ue, Miami Beach.
Honored guests, in addition to
the wedding couple, were immed-
iate members of the family who
included Miss Lillian Malek, Mr.
Eugene J. Weiss, Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Cooperman and Mrs. Ir-
ene Kaplan.
Friends present included Mr.
A. J. Kaplan and Mr. and Mrs.
Lester Lasky, Law Associates of
Cantor Malek. Mrs. Celia Dietz
and daughters. Shirley and Gerry,
Mr. and Mrs. Zoltan Gerstel, Mr.
and Mrs. Herman Gerstel, Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Cooperman and daugh-
ter, Bryna, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Morris, Fred Barad. Miss Ber-
tha Davidson and Mr. and Mrs.
Hy Fried.
Mi.iIoiii.i I iiiii|t
II.mI.ins.ili Meets
The Shaloma Group of Hadas-
sah will hold a general meeting
on Monday, November 10th, 1:15
p.m., at Hibiscus Lodge, Miami
Beach.
Guest speaker will be Mrs.
Henry J. Nelson, chairman of the
New Medical Center Project. Mrs.
Nelson will discuss means of fur-
thering the work of the project.
The program will also include
a skit entitled. It's Later Than
You Think.
Mrs. Jack Bernard is Group
president.
Golden Agers Meeting
The Golden Age Friendship
Group of the Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center's
Town Branch will hold its reg-
ular meeting on Sunday, Novem-
ber 9th, at 2:30 p.m. Guest speak-
er will be Maurice Pearlstein,
executive director of the Jewish
Home for the Aged here.
Beach Lodge Views
Hillel Presentation
Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai
B'rith, will hold a Dinner Meet-
ing on Wednesday evening, No-
vember 12th, 6:30 p.m., at the
Hibiscus Masonic Auditorium.
Feature of the evening will be
a Hillel Night Program by mem-
bers of the B'nai B'rith Hillel
Foundation at the University of
Miami.
Participating are Ronnie Gor-
don, Elliot Schiff, Jackie Glick,
Marlene Zilberberg, Ed Goldberg
and Bea Shapoff. Music will be
by Wally Levine and Jerry Her-
man.
Chairman of the evening, Wal-
ter C. Kovner, will introduce
guest speaker Dr. Donald Michel-
son, Hillel director at the Uni-
versity. Barney tJetxerman, vice
president of the Lodge and Mem-
bership Committee chairman,
will render several reports.
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Conference cf Jewish Women's Organizations of Daae and
croward Counties meet at the Delano Hotel where a presen-
tation is made in accordance with the theme of the Lunch-
eon, The United Nations, of an Israeli flaa to the United Na-
::.s Association of Greater Miami. The flag will be part of
Association's permanent display of UN flaas. Lei: to i
e Mrs. Sterlinq Hunter who received the flag on behalf of
lbs United Nations Association; Mrs. Sylvia Chertkof pro-
- :hainnan for the Conference; Dr. Ivan Stephen Kerno,
. n-.er Czech delegate to the UN and former assistant secre-
genera] of the UN who was auest speaker; and Mrs.
ag Lehrman, president of the Conference who made the
esentation.
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IY. NOVEMBER 7. 1952
lore Freemans Purchase Israel
Ids At All Occasions For Grandchilden
,c way the Isadore J. Freemans feel is wonderful As Mr
,n puts it, "! have a wonderful life, wonderful children anrt
hildren." And then he'll tell you about his seven children
,urteen grandchildren and how he feels about Israel And it
together.
r-er since the Israel Bond Drive was launched here Isadore
an has been buying bonds.
four children, Norman, 24, who
was graduated from the Univer-
sity of Miami, suma cum laude,
Donald, 22, Warren 19. a student
at University of Florida; and Jan-
et, 16, each have their share of
bonds from grandpa.
Then there are the twins, Nel-
son and Noel, 15, sons of the
Irving Freemans, of New Haven,
Simone, 14, and Ellen, daughters
of the Louis Freemans, also of
New Haven. The Freemans1
daughter, Lillian (Mrs. L;>uis)
buying another series of Levn, has Phyllis, 17, and Ar-
or paying up for commit- fnur. 10. Another daughter,
on previous purchases. Jeanette Freeman, lives in New
Haven, where she is a dance in-
structor.
.........- -o-.-------------------- Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Freeman
Henry Freemans of Long i are looking forward to BIG Day,
New York, giving Mark, i which will be on December 14th.
baby sister. Henry is at which time they plan to buy
an Israel Bond for each of their
grandchildren as a Chanuka pres-
ent.
And when Mr. Freeman tells
you of his plans for birthdays.
Bar Milzvahs and other celebra-
tions, he glows with pride in his
children and his grandchildren,
linking his plans for their future
simultaneously with the future of
Israel, in which he has expressed
his faith time and time again.
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page's a
lesn't buy them for him-
e buys them for fourteen
n, offspring of his sons
laughters. In that way, he
I he is fulfilling a life-time
- something he has, until
p ago, only prayed for on
abbath and on Holy Days.
tow doing something about
ng Israel, not just giving
| service.
i Freemans are frequent vis-
\>i the Israel Bond Office at
"ollins Avenue. They are
kach time they tell of some
felcbration in the family,
months ago, Lisa was born
ell known musician, special-
in reed instruments, and, is
with the Bette Davis show,
ilroady owns an Israel Bond,
Mark.
nuil Freeman's son. Stanley.
lorea. Upon his return, he
be greeted by a family re-
and another Israel Bond.
. Beverly Lynn, one. will
[to get acquainted with her
other. Mrs. Sylvia Greene's
Fruchtman
Greater Miami
Fruchtman Heads
Academy Dinner
Naming of Charles Fruchtman
as chairman of the Fifth Annual
I $100 Dinner of the Greater Miami
| Hebrew Academy was announced
Wednesday af-
ternoon by Dr.
David S. An-
dron. president.
Nationally
known for his
philanthropic ac-
tivities in Mi-
ami Beach and
Toledo, Frucht-
man is a mem-
ber of the exec-
utive commit-
tees of the
Jewish Federa-
tion and of the Florida Israel
Bond Drive.
A prominent industrialist,
Fruchtman has been active in
religious and civic affairs in Ohio
and South Florida for years. He
also has played a major role in
the national United Jewish Ap-
peal Campaign.
Fruchtman will head a cam-
paign for 500 couples to attend
. the Academy Dinner scheduled
I Sunday night, January 4th, at the
Miami Beach Auditorium. The
Hebrew Academy women have
launched a drive for their Fifth
! Annual Pictorial Journal which
' will he issued in conjunction with
j the dinner.
All funds realized from the
I dinner and journal will be used
I to offset the operating deficit ol
| the Academy. The school is op-
1 crating at a capacity registration
of 210 students for the second
successive year.
The Program Committee is
nearing completion of its plans
for the dinner, Dr. Andron said.
The auditorium will be converted
into a night club for the evening.
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To See Skit
A general meeting of the Hen-
rietta Szold Group of Hadassah
, will take place on Monday, No-
vember 10th, 1 p.m., at the Short
Club.
Included in the program will
I be a discussion of the new med-
i ical center wow being construc-
ted in Israel and a dramatic skit.
| Agony Of Choice. In addition,
Mrs. Goldie Holland, graduate of
the Julliard School of Music,
will present a musical program.
DS FOR GRANDCHILDREN. Mr. and Mrs. Isadore J.
man, of Miami, have bought Israel Bonds for fourteen
ldchildren. Any celebration is an occasion for bond pur-
3S, they feel. Mr. Freeman holds his grandchild, Beverly
. one year old, daughter of his widowed son, Samuel, as
Freeman (left) and their daughter. Mrs. Sylvia Greene
on. Janet Greene. 16, (standing) beams at her young
sin.
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And Kellogg's Corn Flakes uxe
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Get Kellogg's Corn Flakes in
the big family-size packaqe
and get more good out of your
-airy meals.
"Th Greatest Nam* In Cro"
Joseph Baskin Forum
Hears Talk On Edelstadt
The Joseph Baskin Cultural
Forum will open its season witl
a lecture by the principal of the
Workmen's Circle Peretz Schools
L. Lasavin, tonight. 8 p.m., at
25 Washington Avenue.
Subject of Lasavin's topic is:
David Edelstadt. Poet And Rebel
The lecture will commemorate
the 60th Anniversary of Edel-
-itadt's death.
Reverend Heim Discusses
Armistice Day Here
Leo Heim. spiritual lei'der, will
address the Young Adult Group
of the Hialcah-Miami Springs I
Jewish Community Center on
Tuesday. November 11th, at 8:30
p.m., it was announced today by
Miss Renee Cohen, vice presi-
dent of the Club. The Reverend
will explain the meaning of Arm-
istice Day and it's significance to-
day.
The Miami Beach Jewish
Center. 1 7fi 1 Washington
Avenue, will resume its Late
Friday evening services for
the 1952-53 season' tonight.
In his sermon, The Genius
Of America, Rabbi Irving
Lehrman will discuss the
scars created by the bitter-
ness of the election cam-
paigns and the challenge to
the American people to unite
all their forces. Cantor Dav-
id Silverman will chant, as-
sisted by the Center Choir
under the direction of Mr.
Joseph Schreibman.
Harry's Kosher
Meats Offers
Money-Back Policy
Harry Nierenberg. operator of
ferry's Kosher Meats at 207 Al-
leria, Coral Gables, has an-
lounced a new policy of cus-
imer protection. Now openi-
ng the market formerly owned
>y Saul Kenholz, Nierenberg
'ated that everything in his es- I
lblishment would be sold with
money-back guarantee: also
hat he would carry only the
inest in meats, poultry and deli-
itessen
Mr. Niercnuerg. who formerly
perated a chain of meat markets
n New York, is featuring a veri-
ty of products almost unobtain-
ble elsewhere in the area, in-
luding sweetbreads, calves feet,
imbs tongues, ox tongues, etc.
Mr. Nierenberg stated that or-
ers placed by calling 4-1259
vould receive his personal at-
2ntion.
Isaac Gellis To
Reopen; Features
Finest In Dining
Frequenters of Greater Miami's
restaurants and dining rooms will
be treated to the pinnacle in
cuisine experience when they
visit the Isaac Gellis Kosher Res-
taurant at 1141 Washington Av-
enue, Miami Beach.
The father and son team of
Jack and Boris Pritcher announce
the grand re-opening of their
rooms which will take place on
Wednesday.
This is the seventh year of their
successful operation here, and the
Pritchers' ever increasing popu-
larity necessitated the expansion
of their facilities to new, modern
quarters with a seating capacity
of 175 persons.
The entire restaurant and room
have been completely redecorat-
ed, with private booths available
for intimate dining. Original
murals embellish their walls tf>
add to the tasteful experience of
eating there. The new, modern
decor was under the direction of
Paul Reese, interior designer.
Air conditioned quarters and
comfortable seating will augment
the individual menu of specialty
courses for which the Pritchers
have become famous. The spec-
ialists in private catering are the
sole distributors her of the well-
known Isaac Gellis delicatess.>ns.
40 And Over Meeting
The National 40 And Over As-
sociation here will meet tonight.
8:30 p.m.. at 726'z NW 79th
Street. Guest speakers will be
Judge Vincent Giblin. Abe Aron-
ovitz, Commissioner Leslie Quigg
and Dr. Aaron Shifrin.
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Obiluaries
MORRIS I'KlTSOH
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hl| wife, TMnto; one son. H"anl.
daughter. Joan; two brother*.
Samuel ;.nr. flaii-n.-r. anil a i-
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Volunteers Hear
Sclerosis Report
More than 200 volunteers for
the Miami Multiple Sclerosis As-
sociation will hold a Workers
Rally Thursday night. Novem-
ber 13th. at the McAllister Hotel
to launch the 1952-53 fund rais-
ing campaign for the group
Harry J. Miller, president of V*" "survived" by n wife. Eva
the Greater Miami Apartment gJJ' &&?*6Zr*i'i
House Association, has been,|,t- Ocrtrade, Rmhi mm m nt
named chairman of the rally. An JkTKSSS S"tS& tSSmTSSHSf-
entertainment program has been
arranged by Jean Stiebel. pro- j
tarn chairman.
Dr. Peritz Scheinberg. chair- on v
man of the Medical Advisory ^Elv{Cvlt,? tttuFttiSl
Committee of the Association, land hts grandparent
will talk on multiple
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Friday in
side .
ROBERT HOROVITZ
,,f .".;>" s\v loth Street, passed awas
11, tober Nth, ->t hi- raalden"
H.
Mr and Mn
- Eugene Schwarti .""I Mr and Mn
sclerosis All,,,,,,, Horovlti Bervlcea war*
and some of his research activi- ] octoi.rr :i"th. at 'The afwml Rival
ties in the field. Other physicians" "
participate in a question-
will .
aid-answer panel. ^ ^ ^'V.-,n,, passed
The kickoff rally for the fund- lawa) m a i".-.ii hoapital on October
raising campaign will hear of WhJ rgMntJfi^ for *. JJJ*
plans for the first clinic in the ]",, k ,,,, Rubin; four daugh-.,ire, Mra
South for multiple sclerosis. V,c- ^^''b^^'WT^
t;ms of other neurological diseas-
f also will be eligible for treat-
ment at the clinic. Miller stated.
Discussion Group
Hears Dr. Long
Mrs. Leila Roscnthal. Discus-
sion Group chairman of the
Greater Miami Section. National
Council of Jewish Women, has
announced the formation of a
Human Relations Study and Dis-
< ussion Group for its Miami
Btach Division.
Throughout a series of monthly
mi (tings, the group will pi
,i forum conducted by outstand-
ing Doctors of Psychology in the
M an ; area Mrs Rosenthal said.
Thi Gnup is scheduled to meet
< -, November 12th. 1 p.m.. at the
t i of M;s Cl Rosengar-
ti .r>860 Pinetree Drive Speak-
i will b<- Dr. L. Craig Long, n tor of the Dade County Child
i lance Clinic. His topic is:
Psychology And The Negro.
Chairman of the Beach Dis-
cussion Group is Mrs, Samuel
B< rlin.
.
Sunday School
Teachers' Seminar
Held Thursday
The fourth session of the Sun-
day School Teachers' Seminar
will be held on Thursday. No-
vem 13th. 8 p.m.. at the Bureau
of Jewish Education Building.
IDOLPH mki./.ak T_ history hour will be led
-'''..af'nos.itaT-Helby Jerome Gordon, educational
director of Beth David Congre-
gation, covering the period of the
return from Babylon to the ex-
pulsion of the Jews from Spain.
The Problem Clinic hour will
be led by teachers of the Miami
Beaach Jewish Center who will
discuss problems submitted by
teachers through a special ques-
tionnaire.
Past sessions have been led by
Saul Rabin, educational director
of Miami Beach Jewish Center;
Louis Schwartzman. executive
director of the Bureau of Jewish
Education; and teachers of Tem-
ple Beth Sholom. Beth David,
and Coral Gables Jewish Center.
The in-training series will end
on November 20, when Sydney J.
Greenberg, educational director
of Temple Beth Sholom. will dis-
cuss the period of Jewish history
from Polish Jewry to date, with
a concluding evaluation of the
Seminar to formulate plans for
the following year.
The Seminar is an annual func-
tion of the Bureau of Jewish
Education in cooperation with
the Jewish schools of Greater
Miami.
Ci meter)
Khevln. 17 grandchildren and three
real grandchildren Service* wen
on October :'7th. at the Gordon Pun.
eial Mom.-, with Rabbi Max Rhaplro
.rririatins Intarmeni
lawn Park Cemetery.
wa* on Wood-
IIFRTHA COHEN
6H of MOB Collins Avenue, paaaed
...w.,i In a local hoapital .......'tober
ISth. A reaWenl here for ih, paai
2C year*, h. is survived by her hus-
hand, Philip; one daughter, Belle; and
loui aona. Harry, Julius. Iternarrt and
Martin Remains were aenl to nv
y.,: ,:,v f. i service! d Interment
bj '.he Beach Memorial rhapel.
Palitz Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Leah
Palitz, formerly of 3370 SW 25th
Terrace, will take place Sunday.
November 9th, 1 p.m., at Mt.
Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Max
Shapiro officiating. Mrs. Palitz
is survived by two sons. Al and
Sam. of Miami; also five daugh-
ters. Lillian Browd, Eva Houdek,
Sarah Jupiter, Fannie Spellman,
of Miami, and Yetta Green, of
New London, Conn. Arrange-
ments are in charge of Palmer's
Miami Monument Company;
friends and relatives are asked
to be present.
Cohen Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Char-
les Cohen, formerly of 4812 Pine-
tree Drive. Miami Beach, will
take place Sunday, November
9th, 1:30 p.m., at Mt. Nebo Ceme-
tery, with Rabbi Leon Kronish
officiating. Mr. Cohen is sur-
vived by his wife, Edna, a son,
Morton, two sisters, Etta Fine
and Minnie Granat, all of Miami
Beach. Arrangements are in
charge of Palmer's Miami Monu-
ment Company; friends and rela-
tives are asked to attend.
""^poit
Israeli I,
To Hear H
The Israeli Groun XV
will have its regu| ^
meeting on Monday v
10th, 1 p.m.. at the r
Hotel, Miami Beach
Mrs. Irving Westin,'cha,,
W
president, will report or,
tional Convention held ir
recen-ly. Mrs. LoUis G'
Chapter Medical Center
ator, will di
velopmer.ts
aiscuw the nett]
' n the rredi.il
ter.
A musical program
Jean Jaffee will follow.
Louise Chapter, AJC
Louise Chapter. America,
ish Congress, will m: ,
home of Mrs. William Cm
1338 North Venetial ^
Wednesday, November
noon. Theme of the a-
will be: Member-Bring-A-y
ber.
SAM WE1N
,,f v^'_' 1'ennaylvanla Avenue, died
,. October 17th. H< i aurvlved b>
hl> a lie. Rebe- Remain* were nl
to Sew York fits foi servl ea and In-
terment bj th< Beach Memorial t'hap-
:
ANNA (iKKKNBERG
I Initial I 'reeli t>rlve, dl( n
(x-tobei th n a local hoa| tal
wi dl .....< the Stephen
. chaptei "f Hadasaah mem-
i Beth Sholom 8ls-
....i. Mount H nal Hoapital Worn-
\ .< irj .. .-,! \ li e pi -id. nl of
l ..- Nurse, Nea vorh
\\'i.....f ih. late faptaln Bmll
nbers, she nun Ived by her
Mi -

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lelome; anrt fnur alstera, .>n- ,._u... 10.1,
w...:. Mr> J C Schoeman, vember 18th. 1 p.m
Samuel Aronntem and Mi- Rob
uppapnrt Wei \ Icea were '> fenin
,: Beach Memorial t'hapel, with
i..-..- Kroi --'i offli latins.
i waa in \. w rorh Cltj
Gables Center Sisters
Hold Member Teas
First of a series of Membership
Teas sponsored by the Sister-
hood of Coral Gables Jewish Cen-
ter will be held on Wednesday,
November 12th. 1 p.m.. in the
home of Mrs. Mitchel P. Miller,
4311 Granada Boulevard. Anoth-
er will be htld on Tuesday. No-
ln the home
of Mrs. Morton Halpern. 818 Cat-
alonia Avenue. Mrs. Meyer Bas-
kin is membership chairman.
..
II,
WILLIAM SWETIN
f 1.121 SW Tih Street, died Or-
I.. !th, ii i.....! hospital II. \r
d >..... da whti i Sue Singer
Remalna wen ienl to Chicago, lil-
lieach Mi moi lal 'hapel f-.r
. i ., nd Intel ment.
I.i.ris GOLDSTEIN
73 ,.f ",:; l.lth Street, Miami Reach,
i in ii local hoapital ." Octobei
Tt rr.ple Israel Men s Club, will >'i, H. la aurvlved bj hla wife, An-
meet on Wednesdav evening.i"" lwo aaushtem. *". rilllan rrea-
., .... 6 i k\ and Mr- rlorence Hartatone and
N< vember 12th, at 8 p.m. ..... Murray, Saul and Paul
< urtl Tournvu At
Tempi* Israel
Duplicate Bridge and Canasta
T< urnaments. sponsored by the
p.m.
Men, women and mixed pair
will be featured at that
i i According to Jerry Freeh-
ling, in charge of reservations,
tiophies and master point ratings
will be awarded. All players
i list be seated by 8 p.m.. Freeh-
lil said.
LEGAL NOTICE
kv and Mra
ihi
Service) were ''i Katurday at th-
Beach Memorial Chapel, with Inter-
In Boston, Maaaachuaette.
Miami Sisterhood Lunch
The Miami Hebrew School and
Congregation Sisterhood will
meet on Wednesday, November
12th, 12:30 p.m.. for its Monthly
Luncheon. Serving on the com-
mittee with Mrs. I. Sirkin, chair-
man, are the Mesdames Sokoloff,
April Kleber, Stein, Herman and
Pearlman.
Pioneer Women Affair
Hotel.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
Cause Numbered 154297
II: INK Rl'BIN, Phi iriff.
I > \ A Rl 'BIN, l lefi i. lant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
n LENA Rl'BIN
S 12nd Street
Philadelphia, l'enn>lvan
v. i .,!.. hen b) notlfli | thai a BUI
.if < '-.nil, laii. t f,r I'll'.-., has been
i agalnat you, and you ..... re-
i <>! Ti. serve -i cop) of your ana-
wi the Bill ul I 'ompli Inl on the
Ii iiiiffs alt"'ii- .ii 'I file ll.....rla- i
n the offl.....I Hi.- i !! k of the
t.'li tin Court ni bade County, i
I. '-.: or bef..... I '' ember
..' wise th.- allegations aueh i.iii
h be '.ik.-ii ;i^ confessed iii you
ted this '.ih day *if November,
I95S
E B WEATHERMAN,
Clerk nf the Circuit i'.,uri
(8ei i
B) M GREEN,
M.-l.ulv i'|.-ik
KHBXDON N. LELCHUK
Attorney for Plaintiff
MI-4 liiKraham Fluildlnf;
Mi ml, Florida
II/7-14-21-2S
JACI IB MNKEU1TEIN
64, >.f r.'li Ocean Drive, died .>n No-
ivi He survived by nil
brother, John; and slater, Kate. Re-
mains were aenl to Philadelphia, 16th 8 pm at lhe
I ii-. ,\;i'i:.i. r [ment bj Beach Memorial Chapel.
JOSEPH I.AKT
"".. ..f 14*.1, Went Avenue, tober 31ft. A resident here f"r the
i;i-i \% years, he is urvlved by his
wife. ImI'v. and dauchter, rlhona
Tobs Remalm were sent i<- Newark,
New Jersey, for services and Inter-
ment bj i ieai h Memo, lal i 'hapel.
Biscayne Track To
Open November 14th
Biscayne Kennel Club, Miami's
oldest and largest Dog Track, is
all set to open its 27th Greyhound
Racing Meeting on November
14th.
As in the past, Biscayne will
conduct a split date meeting, the
first half closing on January 5th.
The second half will start Ap-
ril 10th, and continue through
June 2nd.
Thirty of the Nation's top-
ranking greyhound owners are
represented at Biscayne this
year, and almost without a single
exception ail of last year's lead-
ing speedsters will again per-
form at the Northside Oval.
Scores of new pups, sired by such
former greats as Flashy Sir.
Beach Comber and Real Hunts-
man, will make their debut at
the Fall meeting.
Kennels racing at Biscayne this
year are Earl Baxter, Paul Boone,
Jess Bingham, Mike Castellani.
Cen-Tex Kennels, Keith Dillon,
Arch DeGeer. J. W. Ewalt, Ben-
ny Frisch. O. Z. Ferrell, R. K.
Hutchings, L- M. Kirkpatrick, C-
H. Lovely, Mulrock Kennels. Oh-
linger & Blair, Oswald Brothers.
Olympia Kennels, O. Ostendorf,
M. R. Ostlund. Point Breeze Ken-
Younq Adult Dances
Bob Stone, social dUn
the Miami Beach Young Aft
announces that the gre^i
have informal dances or.xi
month, the first of these I
held on Sunday. November |
aj 8:30 p.m., in the Social |
of the Miami Beach Jew:;-:
ter.
Mount Scopus Hada
The Mount Scopus G::
Hadassah will hold a Br-atm
Monday. November 10th. 1!|
at Temple Beth El. Mia- \
affair is sponsored by Kry
Feingold and her corjl
Principal speakt r will te,
salem-born Ral I : David 5a
Pioneer Women, Club No. 1,
will hold installation ceremonies
on Sunday evening, November nels. Szigeti & Gaines. E- Talbot,
Blackstone Fred Whitehead and Tom War-
math.
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Edith Laboti and Mrs Beaa
i loldsti In, ol Miami Beai h; and b)
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Columbus, terment b> tlordon funeral Home.
Thanksgiving Dance
FlaRlcr-Granada Jewish Com-
munity Center plans a Thanks-
giving Dance and Raffle on Sat-
urday evening, November 29th,
at 9 p.m., according to Samuel
Kirschner.

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the Greater Miami Jewish
i i on-
Budget Committee deter-
- allocations to each of the
..... ageru iea in the
Jewish Appeal here.
lid.
chairman stated that this
, i of organizations apply-
for ;i share in the campaign
ludei Hie United Jewish Ap-
irty-Six Organizations Request Funds
rom 1953 Combined Jewish Appeal
v mx organizations engag- in Mi,- campaign and sets up
. Jewish philanthropic work strean lini | ires m ^g,.ncv
. American and world i budgeting. The following pra<:-
L iave applied for partici- tlce," he said, "was instituted lasi
the 1953 Combined Jew- year by the Committee whicJ
al, it was announced late I divides budget procedure int<
E. eeh by Sidney D. Ansin. I two distinct phases: (1) the pbra*
n ol the Budget Commit- n;n- period prior to the
paign, and 2 thi allocation per
iod .- fter t:-!
Ansin stated thai a.- >.he results
ol the Combined Jewish Appeal
campaign become inoie" flear at
the close of the annual drive, us
ually in the month of March, the
Budget Committee a.*am reviews
the agencies" applications and de-
termines specific allocations bas-
ed upon funds actually raised in
mi agency in the drive, | the campaign.
... sc ven local beneficiary j As beforc recommendations of
t,ons including Mount thc Budget Coromlttee ar0 sub.
,i Hospital, Jewish Home for j(.ct t(, tne approva, of th(, B()ard
Aged, Greater Miami Jewish | of Governors of the Greater Mi-
munity Center Bureau ofjami Jewish Pederation.. ,, gaid
Education, New Amen-, ..A gl.0Up of Budget Sub.Commit;
program of the Jewish Social teeSj responsib,c {or cxaminin_
National Coun- | applications of agencies within
the live groups named above
meet frequently and channel re-
sults of their findings to the Bud-
get Committee for ultimate ap-
proval."
Serving on the Budget Com-
mittee with Ansin are: Leonard
Barr. Mrs. William Capland. Mrs.
Joseph Duntov. Louis Goldman.
Sam A. Goldstein. Archie Green-
berg. William Kneapler. Ralph
Lachman, Ehiel Lesowoder. Sam
Levenson, Jack Muravchick, Arn-
old Seeder. Sam Shapiro. Leo
Sheiner, Fred K. Shoehet. Isadore
Simkowitz, Rabbi Morns Skop,
Harold Thurman, Naphtali Weid-
berg and Harry Simonhoff.
Serving as alternates are Mrs.
Sylvia Chcrtkof. Leon Jacobs and
Larry Rosenberg.
The following agencies have
applied for participation in the
1953 Combined Jewish Appeal:
Local Am.....lea: Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center, Jewish
Homo for th- A--. ,|. Mount Sinai Hos-
pital. Rureau of Jewish Education,
Ji-wihh Social S<,rvl(,- Hur*-au. Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women and
Jewish Vorational Servile
Civic Defense Agencies: American
Jewish Congress, Jewish Labor Com-
mittee and Joint Defense Appeal.
Religious and Educational Agencies:
Dropale College, Hebrew Teacher*
Training School for Cllrls. Hebrew
Theological College of Chicago. Jew-
ish Teachers Seminary, Jewish The-
ological Seminary, Mesifta Tlfereth
.leiusalem. Mirrer Yeehiva, National
Council of Reth Jacob Schools, Ner
Israel Ralihinical College, Rabbi rhaim
Rerlln. iCibhi Israel Meyer Haroht'n.
Rabbinical College of Telshe, Syna-
gogue Council of America. Torah l'm-
eaorah, United Lubavltcher Yeshivoth,
Yisblva Torah Vodaath and Yeshiv.i
University,
Service and Cultural Agencies: Am-
erican Association for Jewish Edu-
cation, B'nal li'rit'i National Youth
Services Appeal, Hlntadruth Ivrlth,
Jewish Occupational Council, Jewish
War Veterans. Leo N !. vi Memorial
I!, spital, National Jewish Welfare
Board .oil flddian Scientific Insti-
tute
I'.lA ami Israel Agencies: Ameri-
can i-.-i.....is of Hebrew l'nl>
American Technlor Society, American
Committee for Welimann Institute
.,f Science, American Fund Israel In-
stitutes, Earaa Torah, Federated
coi.....ii of isi.iei Institutions, Ha-
riaasah, HIAS, National Committee
for Labor Israel and Pioneer Wom-
en's Organisation
: Jewish Women and the
jsh Vocational Service.
addition, eight new national
i are applying tor inclus-
the annual fund campaign.
Federation Budget Corn-
er began its deliberations on
frequi sts early in October, An-
revealed. He said the Com-
lt. holding weekly sessions
will continue such meetings
1 tin' tnd of the ye3r, when
till issue a report summarizing
I findings and recommending
for the various par-
| groups.
i Budgi t Committee will
: ommendation for
allocations to the Board
cernors, and the total of
ations receiving the
"s approval will become the
the 1953 Combined Jew-
lAppcal. he explained.
|geni u a included in the an-
ciimpaign are divided into
service groupings: (1) Local
mic.-, (2) UJA and Israel, (3)
fious and Educational, (4)
Defense, (5) Service and
hral.
review is currently in prog-
of local, national and over-
agencies' needs in terms of
own changing situation and
ffms oj their positions in the
of smial welfare as a whole.
Dications submitted by the
Ides include complete infor-
'" on their financial and
tiani operations for the past
as well as projected budget
; for the coming year.
*.n subsequently announced
di ption of a revised budget
Rial by the Committee "which
trates more clearly the
for inclusion of agencies
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Ljuis Schwartzman, of the
Bureau of Jewish Education, will
discuss the works of C
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I r, 510 West 31st Street, Mi-
j ami Beach.
Balkin Talks
Gilbert J. Balkin, director.
Florida Regional Office, Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith, was guest speaker at the
meeting of the 322 Chapter, AZA,
B'nai B'rith Youth Organizati in,
last night in the Miami J,
Community Center. Balkin led
a discussion on human relati >ns
following the showing of the
film. Due Process Of Law Denied.
Shown above is Dr. Harry Jolley (left), of Toronto, Canada,
national president of Alpha Omega Dental Fraternity, being
presented with an honorary membership in the Greater Mi-
ami Chapter by Dr. Doran Zinner, local president. Dr. Jolley
spoke before the Chapter at a banquet tendered him in the
Saxony Hotel. Alpha Omega has contributed a research lab-
oratory to Brandeis University and more recently pledged
some S300.000 towards the construction of a dental school in
Israel. .
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FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 7, 1952
SEC. B
>a| Delegates To Attend Biennial Meet
[Women's League, United Synagogues
I iu lip a delegation of
THREE LEADING AMERICAN WOJjBU
AID MEDICAL COLLEGE CAMPAIGN |
will be a delegation of
vomen representing their
bhoods to accompany Mrs.
in b. Wolff, president of
Southeast Branch, to the
ko.ming Biennial Conven-
f the National Women's
|ue f the United Synagogue
Imerica.
H,. Convention takes place on
[, r 9th through 13th, at
. r.. njamin Franklin Hotel,
Lclelphia, Pennsylvania.
I^teihood delegates are the
Earnes Harry "Laufer, presi-
I, ol Beth David Synagogue;
rk Klinger, president of North
l,v Jewish Center Sisterhood;
, J. Falk, past president of
mi Beach Jewish Center Sis-
-ood and recording secretary
Branch. The delegation will
more than 1,000 women del-
,, as representatives of some
Sisterhoods with a member-
,,I over 120,000 Jewish
,:,n affiliated with the con-
fative movement in the Unit-
Kt; tea and Canada,
r me of the Convention will
How Beautiful Is Our Heri-
messing the beauties of
, rican concepts of freedom,
, and truth and their lnter-
with Torah, ethics, and
iA'hnian Atiavks
Kvavlionarivs
DETROIT (JTA) A bipar-
tisan coalition of "reactionaries"
in Congress has been responsi-
ble for the passage of such laws
as the McCarran Immigration
Act and for the blocking of civil
rights legislation, Senator Her-
bert H. Lehman, of New York,
told a rally here sponsored by
the Jewish Labor Committee.
The Senator was presented
with a scroll by the JLC for his
work in the field of civil rights,
immigration and labor. He paid
tribute to the activities of the
Jewish Labor Committee and to
the labor movement in general.
Sergeant Is Honored
Sergeant Joseph Lamkay was
honored at an Open House by the
Men's Club of the North Dado
Jewish Center early last week.
Lamkay is being shipped over-
seas by the US Army soon.
Mrs Franklin D. Roosevelt, recently named honorary chair-
man of the S25.000.000 Medical College Campaign sponsored
by Yeshiva University, is shown above with two of the Cam-
paign's national vice chairmen. Fannie Hurst, (left) noted
American novelist, and Frieda Hennock. (right) first woman
ever named to the Federal Communications Commission.
Mrs Roosevelt will be honored at the inaugural luncheon
of the Women's Division, Medical College Campaign, to be
held November 25th, at the Hotel Waldorf-Astoria in New
York Honorary co-chairmen of the luncheon include Miss
Hurst and Mrs. Sidney C. Borg. New York State Attorney
General Nathaniel L. Goldstein is national chauman of the
Campaign to establish the nation's first Medical College un-
der Jewish auspices.
_________s---------------------------------------------------'
Mrs. Benjamin Wolff
Exhibit, the Kol Rimah Narra-
tion, the unique visual aid dis-
plays, creative arts exhibit, cere-
i monial and model gift shops, the
Synagogue. Mrss. Wolff said; Book Fair and the Scripts com-
\ lull program of seminars,! petition.
kshopsand planning sessions, Principal Speaker at the Tues-
Tarranged for the four: day Torah Fund Luncheon will
oeen arrange be Dr. Louis Finkelsiein, chan-
oss and Dr. Fred Buwn, w | and-Be--Simon Green-
few York City. wiU Participate, gj^^utr^ director of the
tether with Rabbi Leon S. ig. < A-----:
.United Synagogue of America,
will be guest speaker at the
Wednesday night banquet. Snai-
ing the platform with Mrs. Anna
of the Jewish Publication Society
of America. Mrs. Brevis will dis-
cuss her latest addition to this
series at the Monday evening ses-
Mrs. Wolff will have a part
in the Kol Rimah Narration and
has been chosen as recorder for
the Torah Workshop. Mrs^ Klin-
ger will participate in the Ju-
daism-in-Home projects. *
I,n*. pirital leader, of Congee,
Ttion Beth El in Philadelphia.
Evelyn Garfiel, noted lectur-
ed psychologist, will be mod-
ator Also featured will be the
local Leaders Will
Mend JWB Confab
1
I
, NEW ORLEANS More than
Ion leaders of Jewish Commun-
Itv Centers from 16 Southern
immunities will attend the 7th
"knnual Convention of the South-
ern Section, National Jewish
elfare Board, Moise Steeg, of
V'.v Orleans, Convention chair-
[ni.in. announced this week.
The Convention opens tomor-
I ..t the Roosevelt Hotel here,
li-nd will continue until Monday,
|>. .vember 10th.
Representing the Greater Mi-
,..mi Jewish Community Center at
Ithe New Orleans meeting will be
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Kaplan, Mr.
land Mrs. Milton Sirkin, Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Seitlin, and Mr. Efraim
(Gale, GMJCC executive director.
Principal speakers will be Phil-
lip M. Klutznick, of Chicago, na-
tional community leader; Sam
1'ascoe of New York, JWB Arm-
(I Services Division; and San-
ford Solender, of New York, di-
. of the JWB Jewish Center
Division.
High on the Convention agenda
will be the consideration of how
to strengthen the objectives of the
Jewish Community Center in or-
der to meet current problems and
how to make the Center program
a more effective instrument for
meeting the needs of Jewish in-
dividuals and Jewish commun-
ities.
The delegates will also seek
ways of increasing Center activ-
ities in behalf of the expanded
JWB Armed Services program,
help to shape national JWB pol-
" and plan the celebration of
Mason Scores
Sales Record
For Israel Bonds
Abraham Mason, of 1800 James
Avenue. Miami Beach, a member
of the Collections Committee for
State of Israel Bonds has set a
record by bringing in $3,200
worth of purchases up to last
Friday. Bond officials announced
^Sason. who was 71 on July
15th, as been a Zionist most
Mkta life and is a member of
the Board of the Ziomst organ-
iration in Miami. He is wee
pSent of the Jewish NaUona
pnH and a member of tne
K& $* Hebrew Academy.
Holdlnstallation Dance
The Adu'.t Social Group of the
Greater Miami Jewish Commun-
ity Center will hold an ^.-alla
Sn Dance tomorrow even.ng, 9
p.m., at the Sorrento Hotel.
want" Dh
Sara Shield, bom Sara Naph-
tali and daughter of Lopoo
Naphtali. originally of Barlaa.
Roumama. She is married t Le
on Shield, an attorney The,^are
former residents of New xo
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Jews
Hold Annual Meet
The twenty-fourth annual
-et.ng of the National Confer-
ence f Christians and Jews will
b* held November 9th through
Utn. at the Hotel Mayflower.
Wa:-.ngton. DC. it was an-
'n ed on Saturday by Benson
ice president of the Ford
'' I r Company: Thomas E
Bran.ff president. Braniff Inter-
ra! and Roger W.
Strati, chairman of the Board.
can Smelting and Refining
Company, who are the national
of the orgar.:z^v
Leaders in government, indus-
try, education and relig: n
1 -fficers of the National Con-
ference ia exploring the moral
fend spiritual resources of the na-
r building better inter-
(rr./tip relations. Members of the ;
national Board of Directors will I
elect officers, review program de-
velopments and consider the fi-
nancial problems of the orgar.
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dames Morris Alpert. Chapter coordinator ior the book ses-
sions; Irwin Weinstein. Chapter president, and L M. Wein-
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hildren; February
- panel comprised of Dr
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Sokoloff. dentist, and Dr
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the University of Miami The
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March 10th. Louis Schwartz-
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April 14th free discussion on
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Children, with Miss Ma.-v Aron-
son. of the Jewish Stcia! Service
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[ELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
b;TH Di4V7D SYNAGOGUE Wickman and Ellard G. Conn.
open its series of late Fri-
tvening services tonight at
p.m. Rabbi Max Shapiro
Cantor Maurice Mamches
, officiate assisted by the Stu-
lt Choir under the direction of
Jack Donnerstag. Subject
discourse to be delivered by
-fcbi Shapiro is scheduled as:
I,, Are With Us. Floral offer-
Is are by Dr. Herbert Fletcher.
. Oneg Shabbat sponsored by
f. and Mrs. Samuel Traurig will
low. Saturday morning serv-
0 are at 9 a.m., when Rabbi
lapiro will discuss the Weekly
Irtion. Junior Congregation
vices arc at 10:30 a.m. Daily
rvices are at 8 a.m., and at
bo p.m.
Greater Miami's
Synagogue Directory
\C0RAL GABLES JEWISH
FJVTER will hold Friday even-
lg services at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi
orris Skop will officiate and
Isiuss: Approaching Jewish
Kik Month. An exhibit of Jew-
classics and recent Judaica
ill be held in the Center Li-
|ary. Cantor Irving Robinson
fill lead Congregational singing,
laturday morning services are
Vhcduled for 9:30 a.m., with Tor-
ll. readings and Kiddush of
lanctification.

MIAMI BEACH JEWISH
JESTER will hold Friday even-
jig services at 8:30 p.m. Rabbi
Irvine Lehrman will preach on
|hc subject: The Genius Of Am-
erica. Saturday morning services
}:e scheduled for 9 a.m., with the
Rabbi discussing the Weekly Por-
tion. An afternoon Bible class
.vill be at 4 p.m., followed by
Mincha and Shalos Seudos. Can-
6(r David Silverman will chant
the musical portions of all serv-
liccs Daily services are at 8 a.m.,
land at 5:30 p.m.
TEMPLE ISRAEL will hold
iFriday evening services at 8:15
|p.m. Sisterhood Sabbath night
will be celebrated at that time.
Assisting Rabbi Joseph Narot will
lie the Mesdames-Max Meisel, G.
Louis Mendelson, Joseph R. Nar-
11. Leopold L. Schwartz, Harry
V. Simons and Henry E. Wolff.
Acting as ushers and hostesses
will be the Mesdames Max Holts-
berg, chairman, Stuart S- Gor-
don. William M. Lehman, Laur-
ence S. Levenson, Spencer Rud-
nick, Joseph Ruffner, William
Subject of Rabbi Narot's sermon
is: Passion For Life. Cantor
Jacob Bornstein will render the
musical portions of all services.
Saturday morning services will
be at 11 a.m.

HEBREW ACADEMY will hold
Friday evening services at 5:20
p.m. Saturday morning services
are at 9 a.m. An afternoon Oneg
Shabbat for children will be at
3:30 p.m., with story-telling, sing-
ing, folk dancing and a quiz pro-
gram under the direction of Mrs.
Alexander Gross. Mrs. Joseph
Shapiro will be chairman of the
Oneg Shabbat. Mincha is at 5
p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos.
Daily services are at 7:30 a.m.,
and at 5:20 p.m.
Ahavas Israel Rabbi Inaac Ever, Or-
thodox, u2S 78th Kt., Miami Beach.
Beth David Rabbi Max Shaplio,
Conservative, 2625 SW 3rd Ave.,
Miami.
Beth ElPi. Shmaryahu Swlraky, Or-
thodox, r.OO KW 17th Ave., Miami.
Bath JacobRabbi Moset Mescheloff,
Orthodox, 301-311 Wash. Ave MR.
Beth SholomRnbbi Leon Kroniah,
Liberal, 4144 Phase Ave., M.B.
Beth TfilahRabbi Joseph Rackov-
i>ky, Orthodox, 935 Euclid Ace.. Mi-
ami Reach.
Coral Gable* Rabbi Morris Skop, Lib-
eral. 320 Palermo Ave.. C. Gablea.
Downtown SynaaopueOrthodox, 135
NW 3rd Ave., Miami.
Flaaler-Granada50 NW 51st Place,
Miami.
Hebrew Academy Rnbbl Alexander
Gross, Orthodox, 918 6th St.. M.B.
Hialeah-Miami Springs Reverend
Leo Helm, 951 E. 4th Ave.. Hialeah.
HollywoodRabbi Jacob Honls, Con-
servative, 2080 Polk St., Hollywood.
Israelite Center Rabbi Abraham
Sachs, Conservative. 3198 SW 24th
Ter., Miami.
Kneseth IsraelRabbi Abraham Cas-
sel. Orthodox. 1415 Euclid Ave..
Miami Reach.
Miami BeachRabbi Irving lehrman,
Conservative. 1701 Wash. Ave.. M.B.
Miami Hebrew SchoolRabbi fflmon
April, Orthodox, 1101 SW 12lh Ave..
Miami.
puting in a special Armistice World Of Politics. Junior Con-
Service. Rabbi Alfred Waxman,! gregation services will be at 9
State Chaplain of JWV, will of- J a.m., under the direction of Ben-
ficiate, with David Dresner, Post jamin Kamenitzky. Mincha is at
Commander, assisting. Subject) 5:15 p.m., followed by Shalos
of the Rabbi's discourse is sched- Seudos. Rabbi Mescheloff
ulcd as: Let Us Not Forget. Mrs.
Ralph Turner, Ladies Auxiliary
Commander, will bless the Sab-
bath candles. Members of the
Auxiliary will be hostesses at the
Oneg Shabbat following. Satur-
day morning services are at 9
a.m., with Junior Congregation
services scheduled for 11. After-
noon services will be at 5 p.m.,
when Rabbi Waxman will dis-
cuss the Weekly Portion. Shalos
Seudos will conclude the Sab-
bath.
*
BETH JACOB CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
preach on the Weekly Portion.
* *
TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH-
SIDE CENTER will hold Satur-
day morning services at 9 a.m.
*
HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:30 p.m. Nathan Becker,
chairman of the Board, will read.
Reverend Leo Heim will discuss:
Abraham Symbol Of Human-
ity. An Oneg Shabbat will fol-
low, with Mr. and Mrs. Max
Goldstein as hosts. Saturday
morning services are at 9 a.m.
WW ..1 ____as 1 % T ..iw
services at 5:15 p.m. Saturday t when Herbert, son of Mr. and
morning services are scheduled I Mrs. Abraham Klinghoffer will
. become Bar Mitzvah.
for 8:30 a.m., with Cantor Aaron | Del^____
Weingarten chanting the liturgy.
NORTH SHORE JEWISH
CENTER will hold late Friday
evening services at 8:15 p.m. Rab-
bi Mayer Abramowitz will offici-
ate and discuss: The Eternal
Book. Junior Congregation serv-
ices are Saturday morning at 10
a.m. Cantor Edward Klein will
render the musical portions of the
liturgy. Daily services are at 8
a.m., and at 5:45 p.m.
? *
BETH TFILAH CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 5:30 p.m. Saturday
morning services are at 8:30 a.m.,
when Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky
will discuss the Weekly Portion.
At 4:15 p.m., he will speak on:
Heavenly Visitors. Mincha is at
4:45 p.m., followed by Shalos
Seudos and Maariv.
Ml mil TVei'IIKai ICI1 OMSUUI "'= ii.u>6J.|
North Dade-Rabbl Harry KU|n::r- Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will of- i
Conservative. 13630 W. Dixie High- ____ dw ;,., in
----- *,__. m. ..... ficiate and discuss: Religion in I
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Friday evening services at 5:15
p.m. Saturday morning services
are at 8:30 a.m., when Rabbi
Simon April will discuss: When
Does Education Begin? A class
in Mishna is scheduled for 4
p.m., followed by Mincha and
Maariv.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Leon Kron-
ish oficiating and discussing:
Does God Demand The Sacrifice
Of Our Children. Text of the
Rabbi's discourse will be based
on Chapter XII of Genesis and
on Zelda Popkin's novel, Quiet
Street. Saturday morning serv-
ices are scheduled for 10:45 a.m.,
at which time the Bar Mitzvoth
of Alan R. Turner, son of Mrs.
Neal Basil and Mr. Ben Turner,
and of Michael A. Wasserman,
son of Mrs. Daisy Wasserman,
will take place. The musical por-
tions of all services will be ren-
dered by Cantor Samuel Kelem-
er.

ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 5:30
pm. Saturday morning services
are at 9 a.m. Rabbi H. M. Kagan
will discuss the Weekly Portion.
Mincha is at 5:30 p.m., followed
bv Shalos Seudos.

BETH EL CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening services
at sundown. Saturday morning
services are scheduled for 8:JO
a m At 10:15 a.m., Rabbi Shmar-
way, North Miami.
North ShoreRabbi Mayer Abramo-
witz. Conservative, 620 75th St.,
Miami Reach.
Temple IsraelOr. Joseph Narot, Re-
form. 137 NK 19th St.. Miami.
Tifereth Israel 6500 N. Miami Ave..
Miami.
West MiamiRabbi Alfred Waxman.
Conservative, 5720 SW 17th St.,
Miami. _
Young Israel Orthdox, 4001 Chase
A., Miami Beach.
ZamoraReverend Rudolf Brill, Con-
servative. 44 Zamora Ave., Coral
Oables.____________________________
yahu T. Swirsky will discuss: I
The Cry For The Just. Class in
Talmud will be at 4 p.m. Min-
cha is at 4:45 p.m., followed by
Shalos Seudos. Junior Congrega-
tion services are in Yeshiva Hall
at 10 a.m.

NORTH SHORE JEWISH
CENTER will hold Friday even-
ing services at 8:15 p.m., with
Rabbi Harry Ettinger officiating
and Cantor Alexander Cohen as-
sisting. Topic of a sermon to be
delivered by Rabbi Ettinger is
scheduled as: Winning The
Peace. An Oneg Shabbat will
follow. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 9 a.m.
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services are at 7:30 a.m.

ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER
will hold regular services Fri-
day at 8:15 p.m., with Reverend
Rudolf E. Brill officiating. An
Oneg Shabbat will follow. Sat- |
urday services will begin at 9
a.m., with Kiddush following.
Mincha is at 5:15 p.m.
? *
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGRE-
GATION will hold Friday even-
ing services at 5:15 p.m. Satur-
day morning services are sched-
uled for 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Abra-
ham Cassel will officiate and de-
liver the sermon. Cantor Abra-
ham Seif will chant the musical
portions of the liturgy. After-
noon services are at 5:15 p.m.,
followed by the Sabbath Social
Hour. Daily services are at 8
a.m., and 5:15 p.m.

WEST MIAMI JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold early Friday ev-
ening services at 5:30 p.m. Late
services will be at 8:30 p.m., with
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Bond Purchasers To
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Chanuka Menorahs song
Plans have been completed in ftm
Greater Miami to give every cash
purchaser of State of Israel Bonds i 'VOICE
from November 1st to December *"^*
12th. the beginning of Chanuka. I AND
a special Chanuka Menorah to I _.
emphasize the spiritual signifi- PIANO
cance of the Festival, it was an-
nounced this week by Seymour
B. Liebman. chairman. Council '
of Organizations of the Greater
Miami Committee for State of
Israel Bonds.
In addition to the Israel-de-
signed candelabrum, the Israel
Bond purchaser will receive a
complete set of forty-four Chan-
uka candles. The special Chan-
uka gift will also be made avail-
able to those persons whose past
Israel Bond commitments are
paid up in full during the same
period.
In announcing the special of-
fer. Liebman said: "It u partic-
ularly significant that the pur-
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ates the victory wan by the an-
cient Maccabeeans of Israel a-
gainst an invading Syrian army
more than 2.000 years ago. will
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presented to the company in rec-
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p.m.. it was announced here by
Sidney Aronovitz, president of
the B'nai B'rith Council of South
Florid*. Entitled. I Got A Million
Of Them, the program will be de-
voted to the current B'nai B'rith
Greater Order' (GO) Member-
ship Campaign.
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Shown above is a reproduction of the frontispiece of a new
song written by Ccntor Samuel Kelemer, of Temple Beth Shol-
orn. Miami Beach. Published two weeks aao by the Metro
Music Corporation. New York City, it ha been performed by
popular demand for the past two years durina the Annual
Jewish Mus:c Festivals. Entitled. Yiddish Loshen. the folk
song is in the Chassidic tradition, with words by Eliezer
^jndu7' translation is by Rabbi Leon Kronish. Copies of
Yiddish Loshen may be obtained directly from Cantor Kelemer
or from the gift shop of Temple Beth Sholom.
ROSEDALE team
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PRIVATE DINING ROOM
AIR CONDITlOKEll
170 N.W. 5th ST.-FREE PARKING mJ
Dr. Kamp Is
Feature Speaker
D.. Maurice Kamp. ton of lira,
Sara Kamp. 536 14th Street.
Miami Beach, will be one of the
Medical Authorities to speak at
the Southern Medical Associa-
tion Convention scheduled for
Miami from November 10th
through 13th.
Dr. Kamp is doing specialized
rch at Johns Hcpkins Uni-
ty. Baltimore. Maryland.
M .o than 2,500 doctors from
the Southern -States and Latin
America are expected to attend
the Convention which will fea-
ture scientific exhibits, new dis-
coveries in medicine and panels
on general medical topic*
Wvavynxra
Rer-W Icm-oh E. Rackovsky
MS Michigan Arenui
Miami Beach
Phone 5-3595
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WEMBER 7. 1952
,n hohel Problems Of Small
inl Head (Gallery Are Analyzed
mi Israel i, Problems ot the smaii an gai-
! lery will be analyzed by 13 di-
vlewUfi fkridfian
General Member-
and Elections of Of-
le\A at the Young Is-
[gue of Miami Beach
jy evening.
limous vote, Solomon
feelectcd to the presi-
Young Israel Syna-
ected 1st vice presi-
Jacob Kaufman.
cers are J- L. Kahn,
president; Benjamin
|a surer; Albert Broad,
nrctary; and Harry
bing secretary.
|d as trustees were Ab-
Cow, Abraham Siegel
Einstein,
guest was Dr. David
educator and presi-
de Hebrew Academy,
ed greetings and con-
messages.
of the evening, Mr.
lakofl, director of The
Miami Israel Bond
Amended members who
in excess of $6,200
Braeli Bonds during the
Day Appeal here.
presented a Scroll of
Lobel, who accepted
<>f Merit in behalf of
rectors from seven southeastern
states meeting at University of
Miami's Lowe Gallery Friday
through Sunday, November 14th
through 16th, according to host
director, Allan McNab.
Means of raising the standards
of art exhibition in the south-
eastern region will be explored,
McNab said. Directors will d s-
cuss practical exhibition circuits,
sharing of transportation costs,
and will define the geographic
limits of the southeastern area.
PAGE 5 B
I El Sisters
Armistice
uesday
men of Beth El Con-
,vi!l sponsor a gala af-
esday evening, Novem-
at the Dora August Hall.
of the evening will be
presentation entitled.
Away. Participating
i Mesdames: Jack Ros-
dney H. Palmer, George
Emanuel Kornstein,
ISv.imnier,, Morris Pep-
Keslenbaum, A. Sam-
Isman, Ella Kaplan, Ab-
fepper, Maurice Weger,
lips. Fred Bernstein and
Ugene, Schwartz, presi-
llii Sisterhood, will wel-
iw members. Mrs. Max
rt and Mrs. Jack Rosen-
ci-ihairmen of the af-
Inist will be Miss Sheila
Spiritual leader Rabbi
ihu T. Swirsky will be
faker, with special greet-
i half of the Synagogue
by Sidney H. Palmer,
It<>;ic!i II ranch
Offers Women's
Slitnsi.isl i< < 4urM>
The Beach Branch of the
Greater Miami Jewish Commun-
ity Center will sponsor a wom-
en's Slimnastics Course begin-
ning Monday evening, November
10th, 8:30 p.m., at 1536 Bay Road.
Under the supervision of Mrs.
Norma Spector, the course is
scheduled to include calesthenics,
professional advice on diet, skin
care and organized volley ball
and badminton sessions.
On Wednesday evening, No-
vember 13th, the Branch will hold
an Open House for residents of
the community. Under the aus-
pices of the newly formed Young
Business and Professional Group, Miss Sylda Botwin's home, 116
the session will offer such ac-' Sevilla Avenue, Coral Gables,
tivities as round table discus- will be the scene of a Novelty
sions, dramatics, athletics, cre-
ative arts, modern and folk danc-
See America First
Contest Sponsored
By Hotel Greetrs
Opening of a See America First
State-Wide Essay Contest to all
public, parochial and accredited
high schools was announced this
week by Louis Esloe, assistant
manager of the Johnina Hotel
and regional director of the event
for the Hotel Greeters of Amer-
ica, Tropical Charter No. 19, of
South Florida.
The contest, which starts for
Dade County on December 1st,
is open to all 10th grade students
and has been approved by Joe
Hall, assistant superintendent of
Dade County Schools.
First prize will be a one-week
vacation for winner and com-
panion at an ocean front Miami
Beach hotel, transportation to and
| from Miami Beach, assortment of ]
sightseeing tours and theaterl
tickets. Second prize, will be a
$25 Defense Bond.
The See America First slogan
was originated by Fisher K. Har-
ris, a hotel clerk in Salt Lake
City, over 60 years ago.
MIAMI TOP
SOIL CO.
Wholesale and
Retail
Rough or Pulverized
Grade A. Soil
Phone 4-0335
EDWARD ALPER
1813 S. W. 21st Terrace
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Alan Ronald Turner, son of
Mrs. Neil Basil, Miami Beach,
and Ben Turner, Los Angeles,
California, will be Bar Mitz-
vah tomorrow morning at
Temple Beth Sholom. Alan is
a student at the Nautilus
School and is in the 8th
grade.
Novelty Social Party Ai
Sylda Botwin's Home
ing, languages, music
tion and photography.
apprecia-
Adult Dances
[oung Adult Group of the
{ranch, Greater Miami
immunity Center, will
lance on Sunday evening
p.m.. to 12 midnight. The
one in a series of weekly
kt that time.
(vabLV.s Women
Plan Affair*
Two Membership Parties will
be given during November by
the Coral Gables Chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women.
Mrs. Bca Greenberg, of 4000
SW 5th Terrace, will be hostess
on Tuesday evening, November
11th. Mrs. Miriam Lipson, of 2476
SW 23rd Terrace, will entertain
on Thursday evening, November
20th. Reservations are being tak-
en by Mrs. E. Fishalow.
The regular meeting of the
Chapter will be held on Tues-
day, November 18th, at 8:30 p.m.
a
Social Party given by Sharet
Chapter, B'nai B'rith Young
Women, on November 8th, 8:30
p.m. In charge of arrangements
are Miss Pauline Glantz and Miss
Lenore Cook.
Alumnae Chapter Meets
The Greater Miami Alumnae
Chapter of Delta Phi Epsilon Sor-
ority will meet on Monday, No-
vember 10th, 8 p.m., at the home
of Mrs. Joseph Shopiro, 1520 West
Avenue.
Builders of Immortal
Memorials for the
jnsrt $ niaxe
Jewish Trade
Represented by Simon Selden
Look jor the 2-Story White
Building
Thurmond Monument Co.
MARKERS $40.00 PLUS
CEMETERY CHARGES
Open Sunday* Phone 4-3249
.v.v.w.v.-; v.*. v.v
IS I c
ID R AM A
LAUGHTER
ku isli Forum
>n The Air"
WMIE (1140 on dial)
idays 10-11 JLM.
luced and Directed by
non
)EN
ctor
Rabbi
Abraham
M. CbsmI
As The
I GUIDE TO THE
PERPLEXED
r>9rain for the Entir*
Community
ISLAM* CLUB
161st ST. 6, COLLINS AVENUE
POINCIANA ISLAND
Announces to their many friends and
members that they are
NOW OPEN
FINEST STEAK HOUSE & CUISINE
In the State of Florida
OPEN DAILY 5 P.M.
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Name Seymour Samet Area Director Of ""j <*Zmmm
AJCommittee; Office Will Be in Miami
LEGAL HOTICE
'--* AflMriMB Jewish P wiiini*
was MMMfKed this ee* :-. 3*r.
F Daaoa-^.. dHtata :i :.-*
kMN Commirtee. Miaou
Chapter. AJC.
The Mianu Chapter office and
the new southeastern area oifxe
I the American Jewish Cobst..:-
tee. will be IdbIbJ at 2:3 ST
2nd Avenue.
A lonBCt assistant executive
cRtBry if Ac r --.-..> ?.-.-
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wnity | Eicei Cmm
New Jersey n program
me* Essex
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ark N Jers*> =-
nwex
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.te
While :. N ;.-.
served as consultant la -"* N-
:* H.-i.-. :
~ '" .-.on and Un-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE I? HEREriT Jill thaT
The first m a series of dneus- ,^..VJ.,'.ad^rT^JV *?! 3
acts of the Hen! Group of Ha- thk imvk inn bar. *t irra m w
rth -*: Miami. Intrxla to resftster
Mi4 UBf with th Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of rade County. Florida
Joseph a mazer
stkf'hkn kessi.er
Atl for AppMraat
S- W EUcle- St
" a
i dassafa will be held today. 1 p tri-
al the home of Mrs. Leo Chaiken.
T90 West 4*h Street. Miami
Be-
Rabbi Abraham M. CasseL of
Kneseth Israel Congregation, will
: be pfTncrpal speaker His topic
is scheduled as: Zionism
Modem P*ycholoey.
Rabbi Cassel ts a member of
the American Psychological As-
sociation of New Jersey and was
recently elected to the Florida
Psy ch^JogMal Association
Chairman of the series is Mrs.
Rose Honigbaum-

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Relations Worker* He is a mem-
I the Publications Commit-
tee of the latter organization.
Officers of the Maou Chapter
are Baron de H:rsch Meyer, pres-
ident Ben F Danbaurr.. execu-
Judge \':"pi'ant
fcinwd Frank, vice preside r.-. '***
Arthur S Friedrr-i.-.. secretary:
and J Gerald Le:. t.-easuer.
NOTICE UNDtH FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERKIiT "HVEX that
Ana i the ttnirmiii. daatrta* to encac- !a
' bwaWeap under the rietiiwu -amt o'
BRoAUWAT TAVERN, at aaa? X ST
lTth Av Miami. Fta lateods la
-r -- ji. --alt coart of Iwde Cownt)
FVrHa.
THOMA* i POWERS
STEPHEN KEXSLER
Atl rae> for AyaUcant
T> U" Maxtor !t
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
V'TI'K IS HEREBY GIVEN that
l uwdaawa-ned. ilaa to tas>(r :n
burtaeaa undr *he rtrrftiowa aanii af
AN BARBER SHOP, at **i
liearh. FU nir-i
la resnater aaid urw with the 'Tern
urt of Dade Count'
FW>da
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TII.I.IE RuSS
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AA Strictly Kosher
Poultry Market. Inc.
31S 317 N.W. 5th St.
Miami Ph. 2-36T3
Sbochet on Premise* Daily
Wholesale fe Retail
MWM =- far S* -fit c t-t
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Brtatiani immunity
lead*. it Rjt^ers Ur..-.-::
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H -cir.ized and
taught one of the army > ;.:
' prostrams at Fort
and later mm :.-.
9 ?na: Battalion Or-
. an Program :n this coun-
Ofe bM *-a and K^
His activities m New Jersey
.-.eluded youth work with
the YMHA He was program
ekwtfwwka ,'. i local chapter of
the American Veterans Com-r.::-
roup Forum of the Or-
ar.ges. and a vice chairman of the
Housing Council of Un-
ion.
a member of the Na-
Association of Inter.
ind of the Ac-
tion of Jewish Community
F unded m :. the American ": heresy given that
Serw^ned. dewrtnc t> enjtajt
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-.44 C-.ap-
-. principal ciUes and mem-
ben II -. 550 co~
: ..-.. United States, is the
oldest Arr*ncan organization de-
if bigotry, pro-
ting : and religious
lews and advancing the
cause of human rights throughout
the world. The southeast area of-
fice will serve chapters in Atlanta
and B.r-r:.-.ham. in addition to
MFC AND KALES
II '. N W Mth ST. Mwrr.
r~* reci*ter aiild Mm.
with the Clerk of the Circuit Coart
"f Inde Conatr. HorVh
J"E SZIBA
STEPHEN F KESSUER
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NEW EDITION FREE
TO OUR RlADERSl
24-Vear Hebrew-Eagiah ^
Calendar Now Goes To 1M6.
All Hebrew Aid Engiish Dates
At A Glance:
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
E 18 HEREBY OIVRN tha:
-~~*r,i. dewrlnc to encac* m
- under the fW-titioaa name i/'.
V'H.l.VTKEK NKWsVAPER. at ?
N g M Avenue. Miami, intenda to
rtslatcr aaid aarat wth the Clerk of
"owrt of Dade Cowatr
rlofwa.
ARTHI R L HECKERMAN
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
\ ..______ NAME LAW |.^i- M in
NwTIcr in HEREBY OtVBM that \ ; <* t
-,.-^. -mert. iaabrtaa to ,rju- la "l I --i
awvioew under the fWuriawa awii of {the Ml
2ACB H4M STTUST. at ISwT 110k the
Wtreet. M^ni Beach ntewd* to rec-
1 name with the ilerk of the
'art of Pad- c..uat>. FUjt-
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"wner
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NAME LAW

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All Hebrew and Eaglisk dates
fraai 1MI ta lttS. AU Je-kk
halidart ta 1K4.
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adtrtiain ta aarare far ear n taa wurt eawiaa af the li.n. Jt-Tear
Cakaaar at ac ran. Tm a fro* cor. >w
part^ara or letter ta:
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
_ NAME LAW
IS HEREBY CIVEN that
C>w4. .Ie*irln to encase lh
T2J*?, wiati- the fictitious name ?
' ENGINEERING COMPANY
^ 'J* ,TTI N w reel
;' "' '>! aid name with the
JAMES HRESUpW
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CO.
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GORDON
FUNERAL HOMES
"DEDICATED TO THE SERVICE OF
THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
OF GREATER MIAMI"
Two Convenient Locations
ATR CONDITIONED CHAPELS
.Miami
710 S.W. 12th AVE.
Phone
3-3431
Miami K'a h
1333 DADE BLVD.
Phone
5-7677
24-Hour Ambulance
B. W. BEHrfETT. Funaral Dirador
WINZ
5CaX)0 Wcrtts Soon
Proudly
P r
The Noted
Playwright and
Commentator
MORRIS
NASATTR
Directing
p : YIDDISH CLASSICAL
HOUR-NOW TWICE WEEKLY
Sunday 12 boo,, ttf 1:30
Tuesday 7 to | j^J"
3 "^JURES OH SUKDAY
' A Child Is Born
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
.. _, NAME LAW
EIS HEREHT <;i\ EN
J^Mkhrr^Mnew. oew.ln, to rn%kuCr i
t^Ti?Tr,.U^.'r ^t' tV-lltlooj. name ..f
BO\ LE\AP.r. PRINTERS, a: SaM N
.... A,.'n* Miami. Intend to
jyaier aau] name with the Clerk *
^^r. j,t i-ourt of baae County.
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f EI.IZAIIETH TATU*
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IN T-T^E^V pUBLICATlON
Fi J\.'*C{J,T COURT OF THE
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COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
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Gre of the Clerk of the Cl
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[VEMBEH 7, 1952
"JmlstinorMbr
, NOTICE
iDER FICTITIOUS
ME LAW
IKKKHY (HVEN that
,i, sting to engage in
It hi- fictitious name of
* kf.imt CARD OF
li THKRN DIVISION
lllilg.. Miami Bench
J-r said name with the
Ircult Court of Dade
WILLIAM CHASK
IT COURT OF THE
JDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
DADE COUNTY,
IN CHANCERY.
|o. 153749
BAN, IMalntiff
LEGAL HOTICE
PAGE 7 B
'"" I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (S1VEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage m
^i3?1"ulin<,r 4.he "'-"""us name of
EMPRESS HOTEL, at 4333 Colling
Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, In-
tends to register said name with the
Uerk or the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
INTEIiNATIoNAI. CO
a Florida corporation
By: ISADORE KOWAL
kovnrr & MA^^HK,.^,I.:I^r",","n,
Attorney! for Applicants
10/31 11/7-14-21
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HERBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Al'I'YS DININO ROOM, at THE
EL MOKOCCO HOTEL, 3200 foiling
Avenue. Miami lleai-h, Intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida.
HARRY B. FKINHK.lti;
,,. BETTY FF.IXIlF.Rii
10/31 11/7-11-1
IaN. Defendant.
ly PUBLICATION
ii-:i:an
Trailer Dark
i Tennessee.
filKKEBY NOTIFIED
It'omplaint for Divorce
against you In the
cause and you nro
I) in serve a copy of
he Hill i-f Complaint
fettorney. and file the
office of tile Clerk of
^uit on or before the
niber, 1932, otherwise
Confess., will be cnter-
Ih.ili be published
four consecutive weeks
|SII FIA>KIDIAN.
ami. Florida, this Mth
Tl'l. l.EATHERMAN,
?k of Circuit Court
WM W. STOCKING,
[.-.It v clerk
Handler
llalntlff
Building
3. publication
iuit court of the
Judicial circuit of
|n and for dade
in chancery.
Ho. 153705
RANT, IMalntiff,
i:i-n ff.rrant,
i FERRANTE.
I >cfendant.
IFOR DIVORCE
ii JOSEPH PERRANT
||] Sty
V Y.
b) notified that a Mill
lur Divorce has been
hi.I you are re-
.i copy of your Ana-
|u- to the I'-ill of Com*
Attorney, and
Answer or Pleading
|| !lel k of the Clr-
or before tIn- nth day
If you full to
:ni by default will be
you for the relief de-
Bill of Complaint.
thall be published once
four consecutive Week!
ISH Fl.i iltlDlAN.
iiRDKRF.D at Miami.
Itti day of iK-tober, A.D.
B LEATHBRMAN.
i Circuit Court,
l. County, Florida
eal)
WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk
[m:n. Esq.
P'lalntlff
Bag.
NOTICE by publication
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 154111
BHEILA M. TUCKER, Plaintiff
vs.
HARRY TCCKER, Defendant
TO: HARRT TUCKER
ResidenceMiami, Florida
Present Address unknown,
You are required to aerv.- a copy
of your answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce on 'he plaintiffs
attorney, and to file the original ans-
wer in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 1st
day of December, A.D. 1932; other-
Wine, the Bill of complaint for l>l-
one* vorce. heretofore filed herein, will he
taken as confessed by you.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this the
31st day of October, IM2,
E. It. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade Count v, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: WM. W. STOCKING
Deputy Clerk
Name and Address of
Plaintiffs Solicitor:
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
1023 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
11/7-14-21-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY C.I YEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
I "DOR REALTY, at 2610 s W. sth
Street, Miami, Ma., intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the ci, -
cult Court of Dade Countv, Florida
___, GEORGE FODOR
BTEPHEN F. KES8LBR
Attorney for Applicant
2200 W. Flagler Street
10/17-^4-31 u/7_________
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
CENTRAL RADIO SHOP, at 10015 N.
W. 7th Avenue. Miami, Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
LOUIS S. SAYRE
10/31 11/7-11-21
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 154110
LIONEL GOMES, Plaintiff
vs.
GENEVIEVE GOMES, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: OENBVIEVE GOMES
'.17 EAGLE AVENUE
BRONX, NY.
YOU an- required to serve a copy
of your answer to the Rill of Com-
plaint for Dlvor.......i plaintiffs at-
torney and to file the original ans-
wer in the Office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or in-fore the nth
day of November, 1*52; otherwlie, the
tlil of Complain) for Divorce hereto-
fore filed herein will be taken as con-
fessed by you.
DATED at Miami. Florida, ibis 28th
day of October, IMS.
E. p. LEATHBRMAN,
clerk of the Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
B] \VM. w. STOCKING
Deputy Clerk
Name and address
of Plaintiff's Attorney:
NORMAN R LYONS.
910-12 olvmpi.i llullding,
Miami, Florida
10/31 11/7-14-21 _______
JNDER FICTITIOUS
(A ME LAW
HEREBY GIVEN that
I. desiring to engage In
the flctitioua name of
NT KILL AND TOP
1969 N \V. 26th Avenue,
o register said name
fk of the Circuit Court
. Florida.
ERNEST LEDER
Sole Owner
111/7
JNDER FICTITIOUS
I ml LAW
HEREBY GIVEN that
I. desiring to engage In
the fictitious name of
FABRICS, at MS fJMr-
Coral Gables, I-'lor Ida,
Bald name with the
Circuit Court of Dade
[EHALL FABRICS. INC.
Rol.D KARL HALI'ERT
IRENCE MAI.PERT
|RY WINTERS
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN ANO FOR DAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, NO.
15M48
MARY DI ItlAKI, Plaintiff,
vs
PATSY DI HIASI, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: PATSY DI BIASl
126 Avenue I'.
Brooklyn, N. Y.
You PATSY DI BIASI, are hereby
notified thut a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you,
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs
Attorney, BEN ESSEN. ESQ., 823
BeybOld Bldg.. Miami, Florida, and
file the original Answer or Pleading
In the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 21st
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 be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 21st day of October,
A.D. 1952.
E. B. LEATHBRMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court,
I lade i 'oii'/In Florid.i
(Circuit Court Seal!
By M. C. FEIGE
Deputy Clerk
BEN ESSEN
-_", Seybold iililg.,
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
1 21-31 11/7-1 I
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, NO.
153979
HARLAND J. ZKLLAR
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 a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiffs Attorney, STEPHEN
F. KHSSI.EIt. 2200 W. Flagler St..
Miami and file the original Answer or
Pleading In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
22nd day of November, 1952. If you
fall to do so, judgment by default
will be taken against you for tha
relief demanded In the Bill of Com-
plaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 22nd day of October
A.D. 1952.
E. B. LEATHBRMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal}
By WJj; W. STOCKING
Deputy Clerk
10/24-31 11/7.14
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COI'NTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE, NO.
28819B
In Re: ESTATE OF
CHARLES STANLEY a/k/a
CHARLES EDWARD STANLEY
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against tin*
estate of CHARLES EDWARD STAN-
LEY deceased late of Dade County,
Florida, to the Honorable County
Judges of Dade County, and file the
same in his office In the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within eight calendar months from
the date of the first publication here-
of Said claims or demands to contain
the legal address of the claimant and
to be sworn to and presented as afore-
Raid, or same will be barred.
Date "ctolier 22, AD. 1932.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
As Administrator of the Estate of
CHARLES EDWAP.D STANLEY
Deceased.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attornev for Administrator
10/24-31 11/7-11
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE C"UNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, NO.
27.SI0-B.
In Re: ESTATE OF
SAM BERG. Deceased.
To All Creditors ami An Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate: .
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of SAM BERG, deceased, late of
Dade County. Florida, to the Hon.
Flank B. Dowllng, County Judge of
Dade County, and file the same In his
office In the County Courthouse In
Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims or
demands to contain the legal address
of the claimant and to be sworn to
and presented as aforesaid, or sajne
will be barred. See Section 120 of
the 1933 Probate Act.
Date October 16. A.D. IMj.
JEANNETTE PHILLIPS
As Administratrix of the Estate of
SAM BERG. Deceased.
BALLOT, SILVER & Ml LLOY,
Attorneys for Administratrix
First publication on October 24, 19.I-.
10/24-31 11/7-14 ____
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of
BREAKWATER HOTEL
at 940 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach,
Florida, intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
AARON H. COUP.SHON
ALBERT PDLLAK
PAUL POLIiAK
(Partners)
10/24-31 11/7-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CHAMPAGNE" HOUR BAR
at 6807 N. W. 7th Avenue. Miami in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
CHARLES A. w IGI.ESWoRTH
BTEPHEN F. KBS8LEB
Attorney for Applicant
22011 W. Flagler St.
10/24-31 11/7-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tint
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
PALM HARBOR APARTMENTS and
PALM HARBOR HOTEL, at 10040
West Bay Harbor Drive, I:..;. Ha-bi:-
Islands, Florida, Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida
MICHAEL D. LUFT
LEAH I.AYTON
SADIE LAYTllN
KOVNER MANNHEIMER
Attorneys for Applicants
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
10/17-24-31 11'7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
HERBS BAR, at number 9498 N. W.
17th Ave.. in Dade County, Florida,
intends to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
HHUBERT BRAUN
THEODORE R. WAYNE, Atfy.
2146 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Coral Gables, Fla.
10,31 11/7-14-21
JNDER FICTITIOUS
4AME LAW
HEREBY GIVEN that
Id, desiring to engage in
r the fictitious name of
JSnlL CO.. CERTIFIED
|t snake Creek and N. W.
Miami, Florida. Intends
name with the Clerk
II CoUr| f pade County.
III'.TIFIED MUCK
Jill. CO., INC.
fiALlANoFF, ESQ.
V\|'plli'ant
oad
Fla
11/7
ft
lUNDER FICTITIOUS
|NAME law
HEREBY GIVEN that
d, desiring to engage In
' the fictitious name of
TIRES CO. (not Inc.)
eet, Miami Beach, Flor-
Ip register said name with
Yhi Circuit Court of Dade
Ida
PROTHY SEIDERMAN,
Sole Owner,
f tBER
Building
ii
lUNDER FICTITIOUS
INAME LAW
HEREBY GIVEN that
d. desiring to engage In
i Hi,, fictitious name of
('''It MARKET, at 604
Ntreel Miami, Florida,
'ter s.,i,i mme with the
da '"'"" rourt of DBde
gHlRLEY SIMMONS
HERT A SIMMONS
' SAKOWITZ
Registrants
IBulldlng
Ida
11/7 *
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 28586. B
In Re: ESTATE OP
MAX ROSEN. Deceased
TO All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate: .,
You, and each Of you, are here >
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you. may have against tne
estate of MAX ROSEN, deceased late
of Dade County. Florida, to the Hon-
orable County Judges of Dade ( ount>.
and file the same In their office, in the
Countv Courthouse In Dade (ounty,
Florhla. within eight 9gS^JSSlSSm
from the date of the first P"b'1'.-''""
hereof. Said claims or demands to
contain the legal address of the claim-
ant and to be sworn to and presented
rafoVesald or same will be barred.
1,tt,e saWrosen0- ,95;
As Executrix of the Last
Will and Testament of
M \x ROSEN, Deceased.
JOSEPH GOLDEN
Attorney for Executrix
lit Beybold Bldg.
Miami. Florida
1HI7-24-31 "''_____________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
MOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
IhV^eSlgned. doalrln, to engage bi
A J. MACRAE
PALLOT. SILVER A MULLOY
Attorneys for Owners
804 ingraham Bldg.
1 Miami. Fla.
10/17-24-31 11/T
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MAXiiNS OF MIAMI, at 22S N. E.
1st Avenue and 443 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 'iwner
Be: bold Bidg.
10'31 11/7-14-21
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
OF ORLANDO, at 6<> N. W. 13th
street, Miami. Florida. Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
h'""'NATIONAL BEVERAGES. INC.
BY: SAMUEL BLANK.
President
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
10/31 11/7-14-21 __________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BOMBAY LOUNGE, at 8901 Cqllins
Wenue. Miami Beach. Intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
l LESTER A. ZUTTY
HARRY KLUBECK
Co-Partners
MAl.VIN ENQLANDER
Attorney for Applicants
:ili Lincoln Road
in SI 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. 153813
ERNEST D. SIMS, Plaintiff
vs.
CHARLOTTE MARGERY SIMS,
1 icfendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: CHARLOTTE MARGERY SIMS
3201 Chestnut
Ixmg lleach. California
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you. and you 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, 130.'i Congress
Building. Miami 32. 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, IMS. If you fail to do
so, Judgment by default will be taken
against vou for the relief demanded
In the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this lath day of October,
A.D. 1952.
E B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FElGEv,, .
Deputy Clerk
HERMAN ('"HEN
Attorney for Plaintiff
1303 Congress Building
Miami IS, Honda
10/17-24-31 11/7 -. :
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name -if
BARGAINS' GALORE, at 1207 N W.
3rd Avenue, Miami. Florida, intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida. 8TBART an|gBBBa
i Sol.- owner)
10/17-24-31 11/7 _____.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW .
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engaj In
business under the fictit ous name pf
ALTON OUTBOARD B"A I RENTAL.
,',t number 3S0 Alton Road. Miami
lleach, Florida, intends to register the
said name with the Clerk Ofthe I II-
CUll Court of Dade County. F.orula
DVI'F.D at Miami Beach. Horlda,
thi. 23rd day of g^^oSlS
Sole (iwner
KIMMEL AND KIMMEL
Attorneys At Law
;o.. Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
10/31 11/7-14-tl
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
CI.ARA HltopKRsSK Plaintiff
BENJAMIN'BBOlUiRSnN,
Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: BENJAMIN HRODKRSoX
Chief Carpenter
U.S.S. BALSBURY (AV-13)
c/o Postmaster
San Francisco, California.
You are hereby 'notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you. and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Ans-
wer or Pleltdlng to the Bill of Com-
plaint on the plaintiff's Attorney,
HERMAN COHEN. 1S05 Congress
Building. Miami 12. Florida, and file
Hie original Answer or Pleading in
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 12th day of
November, 1962. If you fall to do to.
Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
In the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE AND OP.DERED at Miami.
Florida, this ISth day of October,
A.D. 1952. ^ ,,EATI1KRMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
llv M. c. FEIGE,
. Deputy Clerk
HERMAN COHEN
Attorney for Plaintiff
130.1 Congress Building
\l in 17-24-31 11 7
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IV COUNTY JUDGES COURT.
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA NO.
2;::"v
RE: ESTATE < >F
FANNIE W'ol.l'E. Deceased.
NOTICE Is hereby given that I have
filed mv final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Executor of the
estate of FANNIE WOLPE. deceased;
and that on the 21 day ..f November,
1151 will apply to one of the Honor-
able' Countv Judges of Dade County,
Florida, for approval of Mid final re-
port and for final discharge a; Execu-
tor of the Estate of FANNIE WOLPE,
deceased. ,.
This 17th day of October. IMS.
8/ MYER A. WOI.PPPE
As Executor of the Estate of
Fannie Wolpe, Deceased.
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Executor
i!L' Sevbold uildlng
Miami" J2. Horlda
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.
CALDON1A LANE, Plaintiff,
DAVID LANE, Defendant
TO: DAVID LANE
YOdu"SAREk HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you. and you
are required U) serve a copy of your
Answer or pleading to the "1 OI
Complaint On the plaintiffs attorney.
BEN ESSEN, and file the original An-
swer or pleading in the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or be-
fore the 19th day of November, 1952.
oherwise the Bill of Complaint for
Divorce heretofore filed herein will be
taken as confessed by you.
l,ated: Jftgt^riW^gL _
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal) STOCK,
Deputy Clerk.
BEN ESSEN
Attorney for Plaintiff
S23 Seybold Bldg.
Miami, Florida
10/24-31 11 /7-14
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PAGE 8 A +Jeist Fkrkli&r Hffl>AY Conference cf Jewish Women's Organizations of Daae and croward Counties meet at the Delano Hotel where a presentation is made in accordance with the theme of the Luncheon, The United Nations, of an Israeli flaa to the United Na::.s Association of Greater Miami. The flag will be part of Association's permanent display of UN flaas. Lei: to i e Mrs. Sterlinq Hunter who received the flag on behalf of lbs United Nations Association; Mrs. Sylvia Chertkof pro:hainnan for the Conference; Dr. Ivan Stephen Kerno, n-.er Czech delegate to the UN and former assistant secregenera] of the UN who was auest speaker; and Mrs. ag Lehrman, president of the Conference who made the esentation. Tuesday Review To Open Again November 11th %  •. • %  i Pi • • '-. *-, sponsored : groups f Had %  %  Bai let H I M rris Alpert .... ; %  :. .. i %  f ten • go t *ssa s pi • •. ..'.'. %  '.' %  %  iiant • E In Fe per, .. .-:-•-. %  • • ection ripti as n-.ay be obtained I Mrs A rid the foil, w.. • rmen; RubenStei en S '•'•' isG • i 1 %  51 i Group: J %  %  : nna Ser.' J • : :. %  %  • • -"•' %  E • i llvth Shirt om Sisters Form Arts Uroup • its first n last Tues:.-. • M • • Sisti rh I's and Cl ... I tert Klei who hi ron : Mi in t .. %  it %  laxative Slavery • inlfd by natural relief St p taking harsh laxatives! Every fast eijoj) a generous bowlful j cupl of crisp, toasty !.• : gg'i ALL-BRAN-it's the natural laxative cereal that may help i back to youthful regularity, %  : a %  N of lack of bulk in your -. ALL-BRAN is the only type rcady-to-eat cereal that supplies the bulk you may need. High in aal protein, rich in iron, pro:il B an' n proented by the School of I : P %  %  .'•' %  Ml Brit ten, Ni %  : miqu '•' %  %  A %  Nixoi Mar Ellis n Ar: :.. lose] '•' M I F S %  ; Victor SI :. TUC • : S • % %  Jeai M \J ".' • r St n w ill ] • O n%  '. St : : t the | no. After I rto. in B %  7 • r %  %  E Stetr. %  • To Fete Mmrcmscs At Suntlay Affair P • % % %  1 J S 2. a Sunday S v< mber ••.-.. 8 p.m.. t tl Sci D1 Hotel. GIM -'. m ir will be Mr, and Mrs L uis Marcus who have returned from a trip to UPrincipal speaker will be Mrs I Jaffer I': ineer Women's irman, announced bs. Club president. Photographed above are pupils of The Hebrew Acader, Miami Beach, beina examined by medical specialists i The examination." are part cl the Academy's ceneral proqn cf cultural, educational and physical development fa • area's students. GLASS FOH EVERY PURPOSE STORE FRONT — PLATE and WINDOW CLASS ruraituxa Tops. BevaUd Minor* and RaaUraring Our Spasa* L.A6. Glass and Mirror Works 136 S.W. 8th St. PHONE 3-48M MORRIS ORUN IRVISG GORDCH J?M A Complete V/AP£R SCRV/et For Your Baby For As Little As *2 Per Week'. Including I Constant Uniform Supply of Surgically Sterile, Soft, White Diapers 9 Eveready Nursers...the Most Modern Hygienically Approved Nursing Bottles Deodorizing Porcelain Storage Hamper Free Subscription to "BABY TALK" Magazine Phone Today! In ft. lauded PHONE 2-2591 r(J)t Homestead In Miami Collect PHONE 82-3451 411 Hwtkwwt Itk StrMt. MUM. Fln4i •tartar NatiMMl Imtitalt of .1 Miami l**** Sank** %  laiaHM



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)AY. NOVEMBER 7, 1952 jglgfg ghgfcftMn PAGE 7A ersonally Speaking... k, tinned home from a sixnth stay in Twin Lakes, Wisare Mran( Mrs. Max nb erg, of 1041 NE 138th E ,.t. Miami. ft ft £ it Grayson is back in Miami, fcwing a sudden trip to New where he attended funeral I i the death of his fathQrayson is treasurer of the hh D;de Jewish Center Men's lb ft ft ft \i v ing from injuries sus|ed in a recent automobile act Mrs. Clara Eisenberg aughter, Rita, of North |mi. ft ft ft i and Mis. Richard M. Elfen, |809 North Flagler Drive, West Btach. announce the birth eii (laughter on Wednesday, ( ,h Jilth. Mrs. Elfen is the tier Rose Landau. Maternal ndn %  .dor is Mrs. Esther Lani Alton Road, Miami ft ft ft dm and Mrs. William Pallot, Muncgro, Coral Gables, rente: last week on the Queen abiti from a six-week tour Sr.gland and France. ft ft ft r. and Mrs. Julius M. Rosenari at home at 244 West Alto Drive, Miami Beach, mvini their summer vacation ^it in Monticello, New York. ft ft ft |uth Bn.tman has just return[rom an extensive tour of Is%  • re she sang in the first lie fi stival held by the new rish .-tate. As a member of [press, Miss Brotman also actmusic correspondent. She foiled with the Canadian up via the SS Atlantic from Quebec to Marseilles, and the SS Negba to Haifa. En route she spent several weeks in Spain, France and Canada. ft ft ft '" Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Katz announce the birth of their daughter, Jaclyn Eve, at Mount Sinai Hospital last Saturday. Mr. Katz is principal of Miami Beach Hi?h School. They have another daughter, Leda Iris, two years Proclaim Saturday Cerebral Palsy Day A Tag Day for the United Cerebral Palsy Association of Miami has been proclaimed for tomorrow, November 8th, by Mayor Chelsea Senerchia. Proceeds will be used to support the out-patient clinic sponsored by the organization. Six-year-old Sharon Weintraub, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weintraub, 2135 SW 25th Terrace, Miami, has been named Miss Forget Them Not, as theme girl of the campaign. A spokesman for the organization revealed that UCP will attempt to raise $100,000 this year to help treat the palsied. At present, some 100 cerebral palsied children and adults are being treated at the clinic, which is the only one of its kind in Miami. Members of the Beth David Student Choir who will assist during the series of late Friday evening services at the Synaaogue. Left to right are Mrs. Jack Donnerstag, director, Fred Fleishman, Roberta Rabinowiiz, Stanley Goldstein, Helen Goldstein, Jerry Shevin, Elaine Donnerstag, Phyliss Deich and Hillel Glover. Mrs. Herman Luncheon Mrs. Harvey Herman, of 2121 SW 13th Avenue, president of the B'nai B'rith Women of Miami, is planning a Luncheon and Card Party on Wednesday, November 12th, at 1 p.m. The evening is one of a series of membership affairs scheduled for November. Maleks Honored At Anniversary A First Wedding Anniversary, honoring Cantor and Mrs. Joseph W. Malek, was held on Sunday at a supper at 1622 Michigan Avenue, Miami Beach. Honored guests, in addition to the wedding couple, were immediate members of the family who included Miss Lillian Malek, Mr. Eugene J. Weiss, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Cooperman and Mrs. Irene Kaplan. Friends present included Mr. A. J. Kaplan and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Lasky, Law Associates of Cantor Malek. Mrs. Celia Dietz and daughters. Shirley and Gerry, Mr. and Mrs. Zoltan Gerstel, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gerstel, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cooperman and daughter, Bryna, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Morris, Fred Barad. Miss Bertha Davidson and Mr. and Mrs. Hy Fried. MI.IIOIII.I I iiiii|t II.MI.INS.I l i Meets The Shaloma Group of Hadassah will hold a general meeting on Monday, November 10th, 1:15 p.m., at Hibiscus Lodge, Miami Beach. Guest speaker will be Mrs. Henry J. Nelson, chairman of the New Medical Center Project. Mrs. Nelson will discuss means of furthering the work of the project. The program will also include a skit entitled. It's Later Than You Think. Mrs. Jack Bernard is Group president. Golden Agers Meeting The Golden Age Friendship Group of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center's Town Branch will hold its regular meeting on Sunday, November 9th, at 2:30 p.m. Guest speaker will be Maurice Pearlstein, executive director of the Jewish Home for the Aged here. Beach Lodge Views Hillel Presentation Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith, will hold a Dinner Meeting on Wednesday evening, November 12th, 6:30 p.m., at the Hibiscus Masonic Auditorium. Feature of the evening will be a Hillel Night Program by members of the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation at the University of Miami. Participating are Ronnie Gordon, Elliot Schiff, Jackie Glick, Marlene Zilberberg, Ed Goldberg and Bea Shapoff. Music will be by Wally Levine and Jerry Herman. Chairman of the evening, Walter C. Kovner, will introduce guest speaker Dr. Donald Michelson, Hillel director at the University. Barney tJetxerman, vice president of the Lodge and Membership Committee chairman, will render several reports. A Unique Experience In Food Wednesday, Nov. 12-4 p.m.



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IY. NOVEMBER 7. 1952 lore Freemans Purchase Israel Ids At All Occasions For Grandchilden ,c way the Isadore J. Freemans feel is wonderful A s Mr ,n puts it, "! have a wonderful life, wonderful children a nrt hildren." And then he'll tell you about his seven children ,urteen grandchildren and how he feels about Israel And it together. r -er since the Israel Bond Drive was launched here Isadore an has been buying bonds. four children, Norman, 24, who was graduated from the University of Miami, suma cum laude, Donald, 22, Warren 19. a student at University of Florida; and Janet, 16, each have their share of bonds from grandpa. Then there are the twins, Nelson and Noel, 15, sons of the Irving Freemans, of New Haven, Simone, 14, and Ellen, daughters of the Louis Freemans, also of New Haven. The Freemans 1 daughter, Lillian (Mrs. L;>uis) buying another series of Lev n, has Phyllis, 17, and Aror paying up for commit. f nur 10. Another daughter, on previous purchases. Jeanette Freeman, lives in New Haven, where she is a dance instructor. -o-. Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Freeman Henry Freemans of Long i are looking forward to BIG Day, New York, giving Mark, i which will be on December 14th. baby sister. Henry is at which time they plan to buy an Israel Bond for each of their grandchildren as a Chanuka present. And when Mr. Freeman tells you of his plans for birthdays. Bar Milzvahs and other celebrations, he glows with pride in his children and his grandchildren, linking his plans for their future simultaneously with the future of Israel, in which he has expressed his faith time and time again. *Jeltfiftrrfrfcin PAGE'S A lesn't buy them for hime buys them for fourteen n, offspring of his sons laughters. In that way, he I he is fulfilling a life-time something he has, until p ago, only prayed for on abbath and on Holy Days. tow doing something about ng Israel, not just giving | service. i Freemans are frequent vis\>i the Israel Bond Office at "ollins Avenue. They are kach time they tell of some felcbration in the family, months ago, Lisa was born ell known musician, specialin reed instruments, and, is with the Bette Davis show, ilroady owns an Israel Bond, Mark. nuil Freeman's son. Stanley. lorea. Upon his return, he be greeted by a family reand another Israel Bond. Beverly Lynn, one. will [to get acquainted with her %  other. Mrs. Sylvia Greene's Fruchtman Greater Miami Fruchtman Heads Academy Dinner Naming of Charles Fruchtman %  as chairman of the Fifth Annual I $100 Dinner of the Greater Miami | Hebrew Academy was announced Wednesday afternoon by Dr. David S. Andron. president. Nationally known for his philanthropic activities in Miami Beach and Toledo, Fruchtman is a member of the executive committees of the Jewish Federation and of the Florida Israel Bond Drive. A prominent industrialist, Fruchtman has been active in religious and civic affairs in Ohio and South Florida for years. He also has played a major role in the national United Jewish Appeal Campaign. Fruchtman will head a campaign for 500 couples to attend the Academy Dinner scheduled I Sunday night, January 4th, at the Miami Beach Auditorium. The Hebrew Academy women have launched a drive for their Fifth Annual Pictorial Journal which will he issued in conjunction with j the dinner. All funds realized from the I dinner and journal will be used I to offset the operating deficit ol | the Academy. The school is op1 crating at a capacity registration of 210 students for the second successive year. The Program Committee is nearing completion of its plans %  for the dinner, Dr. Andron said. The auditorium will be converted • into a night club for the evening. #•&ki Szold iiroup To See Skit A general meeting of the Henrietta Szold Group of Hadassah will take place on Monday, November 10th, 1 p.m., at the Short Club. Included in the program will I be a discussion of the new medi ical center wow being constructed in Israel and a dramatic skit. | Agony Of Choice. In addition, Mrs. Goldie Holland, graduate of the Julliard School of Music, will present a musical program. DS FOR GRANDCHILDREN. Mr. and Mrs. Isadore J. man, of Miami, have bought Israel Bonds for fourteen ldchildren. Any celebration is an occasion for bond pur•3S, they feel. Mr. Freeman holds his grandchild, Beverly one year old, daughter of his widowed son, Samuel, as Freeman (left) and their daughter. Mrs. Sylvia Greene on. Janet Greene. 16, (standing) beams at her young sin. look forward to your Dairy Meals... th fresh crisp KELLOGG'S CORN FLAKES You'll find extra flavor and goodness in every one of these big curly-crisp flakes that are always so sweet and tender. And Kellogg's Corn Flakes uxe acceptable in all Jewish Homes. Get Kellogg's Corn Flakes in the big family-size packaqe and get more good out of your -airy meals. "Th Greatest Nam* In Cro" Joseph Baskin Forum Hears Talk On Edelstadt The Joseph Baskin Cultural Forum will open its season witl a lecture by the principal of the Workmen's Circle Peretz Schools L. Lasavin, tonight. 8 p.m., at 25 Washington Avenue. Subject of Lasavin's topic is: David Edelstadt. Poet And Rebel The lecture will commemorate the 60th Anniversary of Edel-itadt's death. Reverend Heim Discusses Armistice Day Here Leo Heim. spiritual lei'der, will address the Young Adult Group of the Hialcah-Miami Springs I Jewish Community Center on Tuesday. November 11th, at 8:30 p.m., it was announced today by Miss Renee Cohen, vice president of the Club. The Reverend will explain the meaning of Armistice Day and it's significance today. The Miami Beach Jewish Center. 1 7fi 1 Washington Avenue, will resume its Late Friday evening services for the 1952-53 season' tonight. In his sermon, The Genius Of America, Rabbi Irving Lehrman will discuss the scars created by the bitterness of the election campaigns and the challenge to the American people to unite all their forces. Cantor David Silverman will chant, assisted by the Center Choir under the direction of Mr. Joseph Schreibman. Harry's Kosher Meats Offers Money-Back Policy Harry Nierenberg. operator of ferry's Kosher Meats at 207 Alleria, Coral Gables, has anlounced a new policy of cusimer protection. Now opening the market formerly owned >y Saul Kenholz, Nierenberg 'ated that everything in his esI lblishment would be sold with money-back guarantee: also hat he would carry only the inest in meats, poultry and deliitessen Mr. Niercnuerg. who formerly perated a chain of meat markets n New York, is featuring a verity of products almost unobtainble elsewhere in the area, inluding sweetbreads, calves feet, imbs tongues, ox tongues, etc. Mr. Nierenberg stated that orers placed by calling 4-1259 vould receive his personal at2ntion. Isaac Gellis To Reopen; Features Finest In Dining Frequenters of Greater Miami's restaurants and dining rooms will be treated to the pinnacle in cuisine experience when they visit the Isaac Gellis Kosher Restaurant at 1141 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach. The father and son team of Jack and Boris Pritcher announce the grand re-opening of their rooms which will take place on Wednesday. This is the seventh year of their successful operation here, and the Pritchers' ever increasing popularity necessitated the expansion of their facilities to new, modern quarters with a seating capacity of 175 persons. The entire restaurant and room have been completely redecorated, with private booths available for intimate dining. Original murals embellish their walls tf> add to the tasteful experience of eating there. The new, modern decor was under the direction of Paul Reese, interior designer. Air conditioned quarters and comfortable seating will augment the individual menu of specialty courses for which the Pritchers have become famous. The specialists in private catering are the sole distributors her of the wellknown Isaac Gellis delicatess.>ns. 40 And Over Meeting The National 40 And Over Association here will meet tonight. 8:30 p.m.. at 726'z NW 79th Street. Guest speakers will be Judge Vincent Giblin. Abe Aronovitz, Commissioner Leslie Quigg and Dr. Aaron Shifrin. 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lliewiisltUHlioiciidliiaun { y[], FLORIDA FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 7, 1952 SEC. B > a | Delegates To Attend Biennial Meet [Women's League, United Synagogues I „iu lip a delegation of THREE LEADING AMERICAN WOJjBU AID MEDICAL COLLEGE CAMPAI GN | will be a delegation of vomen representing their bhoods to accompany Mrs. in B. Wolff, president of Southeast Branch, to the ko.ming Biennial Conven„f the National Women's | ue „f the United Synagogue Imerica. H,. Convention takes place on [, „r 9th through 13th, at r.. njamin Franklin Hotel, Lclelphia, Pennsylvania. I^teihood delegates are the Earnes Harry "Laufer, presiI, ol Beth David Synagogue; rk Klinger, president of North l,v Jewish Center Sisterhood; J. Falk, past president of %  mi Beach Jewish Center Sis-ood and recording secretary Branch. The delegation will more than 1,000 women del,, as representatives of some Sisterhoods with a member,,I over 120,000 Jewish : ,n affiliated with the confative movement in the UnitKt; tea and Canada, r me of the Convention will How Beautiful Is Our Herimessing the beauties of rican concepts of freedom, and truth and their lnterwith Torah, ethics, and iA'hnian Atiavks Kvavlionarivs DETROIT (JTA) — A bipartisan coalition of "reactionaries" in Congress has been responsible for the passage of such laws as the McCarran Immigration Act and for the blocking of civil rights legislation, Senator Herbert H. Lehman, of New York, told a rally here sponsored by the Jewish Labor Committee. The Senator was presented with a scroll by the JLC for his work in the field of civil rights, immigration and labor. He paid tribute to the activities of the Jewish Labor Committee and to the labor movement in general. Sergeant Is Honored Sergeant Joseph Lamkay was honored at an Open House by the Men's Club of the North Dado Jewish Center early last week. Lamkay is being shipped overseas by the US Army soon. Mrs Franklin D. Roosevelt, recently named honorary chairman of the S25.000.000 Medical College Campaign sponsored by Yeshiva University, is shown above with two of the Campaign's national vice chairmen. Fannie Hurst, (left) noted American novelist, and Frieda Hennock. (right) first woman ever named to the Federal Communications Commission. Mrs Roosevelt will be honored at the inaugural luncheon of the Women's Division, Medical College Campaign, to be held November 25th, at the Hotel Waldorf-Astoria in New York Honorary co-chairmen of the luncheon include Miss Hurst and Mrs. Sidney C. Borg. New York State Attorney General Nathaniel L. Goldstein is national chauman of the Campaign to establish the nation's first Medical College under Jewish auspices. s— — Mrs. Benjamin Wolff Exhibit, the Kol Rimah Narration, the unique visual aid displays, creative arts exhibit, cerei monial and model gift shops, the Synagogue. Mrss. Wolff said; Book Fair and the Scripts com\ lull program of seminars,! petition. ks hopsand planning sessions, Principal Speaker at the TuesTarranged for the four: day Torah Fund Luncheon will oeen arrange be Dr. Louis Finkelsiein, chanoss and Dr. Fred Buwn, w | and-Be--Simon Greenfew York City. wiU Participate, gj^^utr^ director of the tether with Rabbi Leon S. %  ig. < A : „ .United Synagogue of America, will be guest speaker at the Wednesday night banquet. Snaiing the platform with Mrs. Anna of the Jewish Publication Society of America. Mrs. Brevis will discuss her latest addition to this series at the Monday evening ses• Mrs. Wolff will have a part in the Kol Rimah Narration and has been chosen as recorder for the Torah Workshop. Mrs^ Klinger will participate in the Judaism-in-Home projects. I,n*. pirital leader, of Congee, Ttion Beth El in Philadelphia. • Evelyn Garfiel, noted lectured psychologist, will be modator Also featured will be the local Leaders Will Mend JWB Confab 1 I NEW ORLEANS — More than Ion leaders of Jewish CommunItv Centers from 16 Southern immunities will attend the 7th "knnual Convention of the Southern Section, National Jewish elfare Board, Moise Steeg, of V'.v Orleans, Convention chair[ni.in. announced this week. %  The Convention opens tomorI ..t the Roosevelt Hotel here, li-nd will continue until Monday, |>. .vember 10th. Representing the Greater Mi,..mi Jewish Community Center at Ithe New Orleans meeting will be %  Mr. and Mrs. Leon Kaplan, Mr. land Mrs. Milton Sirkin, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Seitlin, and Mr. Efraim (Gale, GMJCC executive director. Principal speakers will be Phillip M. Klutznick, of Chicago, national community leader; Sam 1'ascoe of New York, JWB Arm(I Services Division; and Sanford Solender, of New York, di. of the JWB Jewish Center Division. High on the Convention agenda will be the consideration of how to strengthen the objectives of the Jewish Community Center in order to meet current problems and how to make the Center program a more effective instrument for meeting the needs of Jewish individuals and Jewish communities. The delegates will also seek ways of increasing Center activities in behalf of the expanded JWB Armed Services program, help to shape national JWB pol" and plan the celebration of Mason Scores Sales Record For Israel Bonds Abraham Mason, of 1800 James Avenue. Miami Beach, a member of the Collections Committee for State of Israel Bonds has set a record by bringing in $3,200 worth of purchases up to last Friday. Bond officials announced ^Sason. who was 71 on July 15th, as been a Zionist most Mkta life and is a member of the Board of the Ziomst organiration in Miami. He is wee pSent of the Jewish NaUona p„nH and a member of tne K& $* Hebrew Acad emy. Holdlnstallation Dance The Adu'.t Social Group of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center will hold an ^.-alla Sn Dance tomorrow even.ng, 9 p.m., at the Sorrento Hotel. WANT !" Dh Sara Shield, bom Sara Naphtali and daughter of Lopo£o Naphtali. originally of Barlaa. Roumama. She is married t Le on Shield, an attorney The,^are former residents of New xo Ian Now To Attend This Gala First-Nighter Program ... See The I'jtion's Top-Flight Greyhounds In Action At Biscayne...The Track Owned and Operated By Pioneei jtfamians For More Than A Quarter vf>f A Century! And Remember Biscayne I* the Only Dog Track In Florida With Entirely Automatic, Absolutely *Accurate,World-FamousTotalisators At Every Mutuel Window I >cy and plan the celebration of 193. !" --~ sistef Paul the forthcoming Centennial of the by her brotter a ^ ^.^ Jewish Community Center moreand Katny napn ment. ling in Israel.



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£ m .A **\\ \*+ _.__ PAGE 6 B -Jtvistntrxaar Name Seymour Samet Area Director Of ""j < *Z mmm AJCommittee; Office Will Be in Miami LEGAL HOTICE %  -%  AflMriMB Jewish P w iiini was MMMfK e d this ee* :-. 3*r. F Daaoa-^.. dHtata :i :.-* kMN Commirtee. Miaou Chapter. AJC. The Mianu Chapter office and the new southeastern area oifxe I the American Jewish COBST..:tee. will be IDBIBJ at 2:3 ST 2nd Avenue. A lonBCt assistant executive %  cRtBry if Ac r --.-.•.> ?.-.-..:•. ." %  wnity | Eicei Cmm New Jersey n program %  me* Essex ". %  latu| 1 Conregi-.::r. B'r.i. Z:;r. m Newark N Jers*> =%  nwex -.-.;; m.te While :. N ;.-. served as consultant la ••-"* N:• %  H.-i.-. : ~ '•" .-.on and UnNOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NO TICE I? H ERE riT Jill thaT The first m a series of dneus• ,^..VJ. '.ad^£rT^JV *?!£ 3 acts of the Hen! Group of HaTHK IMVK INN BAR. *t irra M W rth -•*: Miami. Intrxla to resftster Mi4 UBf with th Clerk of the Circuit Court of rade County. Florida JOSEPH A MAZER STKF'HKN KESSI.ER Atl for AppMraat SW EUcleSt • %  %  a i dassafa will be held today. 1 p trial the home of Mrs. Leo Chaiken. T90 West 4*h Street. Miami BeRabbi Abraham M. CasseL of Kneseth Israel Congregation, will : be pfTncrpal speaker His topic is scheduled as: Zionism Modem P*ycholoey. Rabbi Cassel ts a member of the American Psychological Association of New Jersey and was recently elected to the Florida Psy ch^JogMal Association Chairman of the series is Mrs. Rose Honigbaum% % %  : %  .?--.• Relations Worker* He is a memI the Publications Committee of the latter organization. Officers of the Maou Chapter are Baron de H:rsch Meyer, president Ben F Danbaurr.. execuJudge \':"pi'ant fcinwd Frank, vice preside r.-. % %  %  *** Arthur S Friedrr-i.-.. secretary: and J Gerald Le:. t.-easuer. NOTICE UNDtH FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERKIiT "HVEX that Ana i the — tt n i rm iii. daatrta* to encac!a bwaWeap under the rietiiwu -amt o' BRoAUWAT TAVERN, at aaa? X ST lTth Av Miami. Fta lateods la -r •-ji. for A y a Uca nt T> U" Maxtor !t :i r-u-ti-a NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW V'TI'K IS HEREBY GIVEN that l uwdaawa-ned. %  %  ilaa to tas>(r :n burtaeaa undr *he rtrrftiowa aanii af AN BARBER SHOP, at **i liearh. FU nir-i la resnater aaid urw with the 'Tern urt of Dade Count' FW>da ABE RICH TII.I.IE RuSS HERBERT E K.UCMAN ones V %  ti %  % %  %  PSI ;-: a *—' %  •' T-. rtarhi** *ALT£S X "OTiCE USDUi Nra*4 •%  NOTICE INDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW r t S '. -ZTCZ.Z-.-: -•_:-. : r.:> D %  :1 lusal New :' .P Bnfi Adler k Gee. J. Abrams 3 >£AA Strictly Kosher Poultry Market. Inc. 31S 317 N.W. 5th St. Miami — Ph. 2-36T3 Sbochet on Premise* Daily Wholesale fe Retail %  MWM = %  %  • % %  • far %  S* -fit c t-t • 7 > '.' %  '. %  : '-.-. -<:-. -z -•.'.: : %  : OH X %  BwBrtatiani immunity lead*. it Rjt^ers Ur..-.-:: •-W6. Si H -cir.ized and taught one of the army > %  ;.: prostrams at Fort and later mm :.-. 9 ?na: Battalion Or. an Program :n this counOfe bM *-a and K^ His activities m New Jersey .-.eluded youth work with the YMHA He was program ekwtfwwka ,'. i local chapter of the American Veterans Com-r.::roup Forum of the Orar.ges. and a vice chairman of the Housing Council of Union. a member of the NaAssociation of Inter. ind of the Action of Jewish Community F unded m :. the American : HERESY GIVEN that Serw^ned. dewrtnc t> enjtajt huaiaeaa an d ti the firtitiews • %  .44 C-.ap-. principal ciUes and memben %  %  II -. 550 co~ : •..-.. United States, is the oldest Arr*ncan organization deif bigotry, proting •-• : and religious lews and advancing the cause of human rights throughout the world. The southeast area office will serve chapters in Atlanta and B.r-r:.-.£ham. in addition to MFC AND KALES II '. N W Mth ST. Mwrr. r~* reci*ter aiild Mm. with the Clerk of the Circuit Coart "f Inde Conatr. HorVh J"E SZIBA STEPHEN F KESSUER \;-l-li.-aBt %  V r-JcUNEW EDITION FREE TO OUR RlADERSl 24-Vear Hebrew-Eagiah ^ Calendar Now Goes To 1M6. All Hebrew Aid Engiish Dates At A Glance: NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW %  E 18 HEREBY OIVRN tha: -~~*r,—i. dewrlnc to encac* m -• under the fW-titioaa name i/'. V'H.l.VTKEK NKWsVAPER. at •? N g M Avenue. Miami, intenda to rtslatcr aaid a a rat wth the Clerk of %  "owrt of Dade Cowatr rlofwa. ARTHI R L HECKERMAN >-z: -r CERr CAT£ IN -E SXME v '-co TV or \ OF f.oii"I Ti WH-.X1 -•ruf/ | i : i %  %  • vrrr. i aL4 •--.^. :, •: n at m % %  %  I IBW ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! CORPORATE0\ Of TUTS Lowest Prices — Quickest Delivery in South Florida Coil the JEWISH FLORIDIAN at 2-1:**,*; NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS \ .. NAME LAW |.^iM in NWTICR in HEREBY OtVBM that %  \ ; <* t %  -,.-^. -mert. iaabrtaa to ,rjula %  "L— I •--i awvioew under the fWuriawa awii of {the Ml 2£ACB H4M STTUST. at ISwT 110k the %  Wtreet. M^ni Beach ntewd* to rec1 name with the ilerk of the '• %  art of Padc..uat>. FUJTORACE LBVBMSON %  "wner MAN' El 1.1 1 ••* Ai>p:i-1 I !.*m>,r Bid*. E :r>d Ave : NOTICE UNDEM FICTITIOUS NAME LAW • w part^ara or letter ta: — NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS HEREBY CIVEN that C>w4. .Ie*irln to encase lh T2J*? %  wiatithe fictitious name ••? % %  ENGINEERING COMPANY ^ 'J* %  %  ,TTI N w • reel ;' "' %  %  •>! aid name with the JAMES HRESUPW I •: %  u -:]" ;KSK R KATZ CO. 3,rw. mm.m GORDON FUNERAL HOMES "DEDICATED TO THE SERVICE OF THE JEWISH COMMUNITY OF GREATER MIAMI" Two Convenient Locations ATR CONDITIONED CHAPELS .Miami 710 S.W. 12th AVE. Phone 3-3431 Miami K'a h 1333 DADE BLVD. Phone 5-7677 24-Hour Ambulance B. W. BEHrfETT. Funaral Dirador WINZ 5CAX)0 Wcrtts Soon Proudly P r • %  • The Noted Playwright and Commentator MORRIS NASATTR Directing p : YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR-NOW TWICE WEEKLY Sunday 12 BOO,, ttf 1:30 Tuesday 7 to | j^J" 3 "^JURES OH SUKDAY '• A Child Is Born NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS .. _, NAME LAW EIS HEREHT <;i\ EN J^Mkhrr^Mnew. oew.ln, to rn%kuCr „i t^Ti?Tr,. U ^.' r ^t' tV-lltlooj. name ..f BO\ LE\AP.r. PRINTERS, a: SaM N .... A, .' n Miami. Intend to jyaier aau] name with the Clerk ^^r. j,t i-ourt of baae County. ^'II-'AM <" TATUMI f EI.IZAIIETH TATU* M4-i >• JI ii IN T- T ^ E ^ V p UBLICATlON Fi J£\.£'* C{J,T COURT OF THE r. rf N T, H J ^D'C'ACIRCUIT OF ,'?* ,s AN FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. w..i_, j. tSSuT& '*** aw-fe^BS :----^nt. f%§-2 gjjg or 1-ta.di:* ,„^Se AttoeSL. "JK 1 "; h i^-inurr. Rr:N ESQ a nSwV. awa Miik.'^I!'"? 1 Ar,wT „ Pt, adlne Gre of the Clerk of the Cl !" JS^^iXjaw^rVt. She. -hall h published oare Jtl*a week* IN T^E : RCLIT E.E .£••'..3C \ ; -: = FLO' 3*'"I %  H so:E B MI • "'"Si •RfJTJ that a ta r.Wl \ %  %aw Ma nJ :!" ''"ji the Cir ". '"ar"J I % %  %  i m hr. %  '"" t •!_, -"•'>• ,, aach a in THE KWI*"P, N. ixp "RWrtarida t W* FREI K v ^sfl suiir .. i sr"i %  Mian Attorn-• < Kit ao. Thi rek for In — 2. 3. Ths) Rabbi. Cornar Lifa La ISTMI FEATyRES ON TUESDAY 1. J.wuh Humor a. Miaaing Paraom | lit ,nU S,n %  g Se>boM Ride ty _' „ THV'SS^ ELEVEM.tt>^ N CH FLO" 0* ^ N *"-'%  COUNTY. HAlHi** 1 EI.-IK f Ji.H.v K Clark a^iflr SUIT F0 IIS P HA"! y. -. Mr.*T-B.JI-HN-P-I" hU >wa. and you SeeW HwS in the ll rf.2? A D : %  ,. I^Aj tCtrrait Cwd -JJ*j' REN ES _. a iifl



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.... • fewiislbJEIIiDiriidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY FJME25 -Number 45 MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 7. 1952 PRICE: TEN CENTS loth Parties Attack McCarran Act |nators, Representatives Pledge Repudiation Of ligration Laws Termed Travesty" On Liberality By MILTON FRIEDMAN (JTA Washington Bureau Chief) WASHINGTON (JTA) — One of th e most significant develop|s to emerge from the Presidential campaign is the agreement wth major parties and their candidates that the McCarraner Immigration Act, passed by two-thirds of Congress last was a major mistake. The act was vigorously opposed by nal Jewish organizations, minority groups and liberal elements |h considered it discriminaesident Harry S. Truman, I had vetoed the measure in InginK condemnation of its les, introduced the issue into election and made it one of lop issues. Governor Adlai enson and General Dwight khower both attacked the land later stages in the camshowed the issue was one Jhieh many votes hung. The nan Commission, appointed resident Truman to tour the k>y and seek popular views he act during the election laign. found that approxi%  y 90 per cent of those who lied lavored revision of the Bt" principles. |ny of the candidates elected Senate and House of Repedly refused to endorse the candidacy of Representative Francis E. Walter, co-sponsor of the immigration measure. Although the Pennsylvania congressman was on the platform of the campaign train with him in the congressman's home town, the Democratic standard-bearer refused to ask his audience to vote for Walter. Walter had complained to newspapermen that Stevenson had been "ill-advised" on the immigration situation and said he had boarded the train to "straighten out" the Governor. General Eisenhower in speeches also denounced the McCarran immigration measure, and his running .mate, Senator Richard Nixon, who had voted for the the Grand Army of the Republic, the Society of the War of 1812 and a few other groups. Agreed on Israel Aid Friendship for Israel was expreseed by both candidates in conformity with the platforms of their parties. There is no indication that any major change will occur in the area of Mutual Security Assistance to the Jewish State. Despite the new faces in Congress and the new occupant in the White House, every indication points to the continuation of Federal assistance. A majority of the elected candidates of both parties are pledged to support the economic upbuilding of Israel in line with the strengthening of nations. Eban Rebukes Arabs On Refugee Problem UNITED NATIONS (JTA) Ambassador Abba Eban, head of the Israel delegation at the United Nations, told the UN Ad Hoc Political Committee this week that if the Arab countries did for the Arab refugees what Israel had done for its new immigrants, there would be no Arab refugee problem. He emphasized that the Arab countries had far more resources than Israel. The Israel diplomat sharply rebuked the Arab delegates for their attacks on Israel during the debate on the Arab refugee problem. He said that it was Arab politics which had prevented the re-integration of the Palestine refugees in Arab countries. In Israel's view, Mr. Eban stated, "regional settlement" would be in the interests of the refugees, would be just and would Eisenhower Wins Presidency bill and to override the presilatives are pledged to work : dent g veto also came out for re %  peal or amendment of the ; vision During the campaign, the controversial immigration act was defended by the Daughters of the American Revolution, the American Legion, the Japanese-American League, the Steuben Society of America, the Ladies of Indications in the capital tii.it action for repeal may bight in Congress early in the lsession. lepudtatton By Stevenson Ithe course of the campaign, let's author, Senator Pat Mcn, of Nevada, was rejected resident Truman and repud| by Governor Stevenson who tiered not only the McCartnmigration Act but also the Vran Internal Security Act BO as travesties on the liberrinciples espoused by the Icratic Patty. fcernor Stevenson also pointirt Vacates irrant For rkow's Arrest IN'ICII (JTA) — A Munich has withdrawn a warrant •• %  arrest of Karl Diekow, |ted perjurer who was the witness against the late Auerbach. tow had been sentenced to a one-year term for per|n another case. No reason |cating the warrant was givFederal German constitu| court at Bonn has rejected >eal by Wolfgang Hedler, Stnitic deputy of the Bonn nent, against his arrest folconviction on charges of fring the Jews and memif the German resistance Wnt Hedler, who is in Jnster jail, appealed on ; of parliamentary imj>rt Mischoff, former Gespnber, has been sentenced imprisonment by a Gert>urt at Kasael for murderJewish physician named nann in Upper Silesia in during his trial, the Gesajwar* boasted that he had been an anti-Semite and had not chanced hit views way. AJC Views Jewish Position In North Africa Threatened NEW YORK (JTA) — French policy in North Africa is being developed to protect minority groups in that area, including the half-million Jews who are threatened with grave problems of security due to the excesses of extreme nationalistic groups particularly in Tunisia and Morocco, Dr. Maurice Perlzweig, international affairs director of the World Jewish Congress, declared at a joint meeting of the National Executive and Administrative Committees of the American Jewish Congress. Dr. Perlzweig stated that the French Government had undertaken to protect Jews and other minority groups in the North African protectorates of Tunisia and Morocco "with exactly the same measures as it was taking to protect French nationals in those areas," and that the French security authorities in Tunis "had made dispositions to meet any violent attacks that might be contemplated." "We must continue to hope," he stated, "that the leaders of Tunisian nationalism, who have had the friendliest relations with their Jewish fellow-citizens, will continue to restrain the more violent elements in their own ranks who are not only a source of' taumty to Jews' all Aver the World but are like to prove, in the long run, a menace to their own: cause." lead the way to an Arab-Israel peace. He pointed out that in the meantime Israel was doing the best it could, with its limited resources, to help solve this problem of international scope. He emphasized that Israel's past commitments with regard to compensation "stand fully valid." Mr. Eban said that the Arab refugees were "in the truest sense, at home in the Arab countries," particularly in those with a shortage of manpower. There could have been "spontaneous reintegration," but it had been "consciously prevented," h e charged. Toppling the reign of a 20-year Democratic Party Administra-. tion which began wi£> the ascendency of the late Franklin Delano Roosevelt to office in 1932, Dwight D. Eisenhower defeated Governor Adlai Stevenson, of Illinois, Tuesday to win the Presidency of the United States. All but nine Southern states went Republican, giving the General the most emphatic victory since the 1940 election campaign. With complete statistics nearly compiled late Wednesday, Eisenhower ran ahead of Governor Stevenson by about 6,000.000 popular votes, with some 445 electoral ballots In his column. Only 266 were needed to gain him the Presidency. • Austrian* Will IHMUSS Reparations VIENNA (JTA) — The reconstituted Austrian Cabinet will discuss the question of Austrian reparations to Jews at one of its earliest meetings with a view to asking major Jewish organizations abroad to send their experts to Vienna for preliminary talks, a spokesman for Chancfllo^Leepold Flgl told the JTA this week. He emphasised that the reason for the delayin 'vendingout invitation* to the Jewish organizations — as had been promised by leading members of the government —. was not a change of heart but rather the recent crisis which caused the fall of the Cabinet. Arab Members Of Knesset Seek Gains From Cabinet Crisis JERUSALEM (JTA) — Attempting to take advantage of the current Cabinet "crisis." Arab members of Israel's Parliament have submitted a memorandum to Premier David Ben-Gurion demanding abolition of military government in certain Arab areas of Israel and other conces%  sions as the price for their continued support of the Ben-Gurion %  Government. With the vote in the Parliament theoretically 60 for and 60 against the government, the Arab votes could affect the general political situation. Commenting on the Arab move, a spokesman for the Mapai Party, major group in the governiment coalition, said that the Arab leaders are well aware of the I situation in the country at large and know that the government has improved conditions for the Arab population as rapidly as it can, but that they wish to force political concessions from the government at this time. The Mapai spokesman added that he did not think that the Arabs were in a position to force a new Cabinet "crisis" with their demands. The first contact between the Mapai and Progressive Parties in negotiations looking toward the entrance of the Progressives into the government has brought no concrete achievements. Mapai negotiators have expressed the hope that differences between the two parties would be narrowed rapidly, because the "ideological divergencies are small." Progressive spokesmen feel that the major obstacles in the path of agreement are not ideological, but rather matters of practical p.oJitics..such as taking the politics out of civil services and esr tablishing a unified educational system.



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PAGE 2 B Jews Hold Annual Meet The twenty-fourth annual %  -et.ng of the National Conference f Christians and Jews will b* held November 9th through Utn. at the Hotel Mayflower. Wa:-.ngton. DC. it was an' %  n ed on Saturday by Benson %  ice president of the Ford %  %  I r Company: Thomas E Bran.ff president. Braniff Interra! and Roger W. Strati, chairman of the Board. can Smelting and Refining Company, who are the national of the orgar.:z^v Leaders in government, industry, education and relig: n 1 -fficers of the National Conference ia exploring the moral fend spiritual resources of the nar building better inter(rr./tip relations. Members of the ; national Board of Directors will I elect officers, review program developments and consider the financial problems of the orgar. SAFETY GLASS INSTALLED IN ALL C?'^ EXPERT REPAIRS OH HYDRAULIC Wlifrjo*? Sales and Service at 1304 N. E. 2nd Amw "we,! Shown planning the Greater M:am; Chcpter of Hadassah's jointly sponsored Tuesday Reviews are left to riant the Mesdames Morris Alpert. Chapter coordinator ior the book sessions; Irwin Weinstein. Chapter president, and L M. Weinstein. book reviewer. Or. JainWill I'rarticv tlvrv %  ***• %  -' %  l phthalmoi• %  :. I S rt er. by Dr. ir.c 11 Edwai ; G. L 5 2 I -' %  % %  I. F A F< • %  %  %  Board .' : He % %  phthain. ilegy '. ,: %  thirty yea Dr. Narot Opens Parents' Institute Di J -< = .-. P. Nar l •. %  ..:: .per. ite, a i* Parimli Gr^op of the Kyi • %  rj School. .'* % %  ..-. C • unity C' ntei n Tues I bar lit % %  : :6th £S!p\ %  %  What The : %  Milton Weiss Heads Beach Kiwanis Club Milt n '•' %  is named president of the '•' Beach Ktwanti he D meeting held in the Shelborne Hotel Other U en include Alex D 1st i -.president L2nd via ind Edward G B Dire I re Jack Cx>k. Dr. -Ray Sterling. Dan Harp %  %  --?e. Industrial SAVINGS BANK L •sf.-ss %  — I • I-.9.0M r Mml Dpon l-rinw Ooi*. UOHAU> L AitSS. rmidw ^^ •* VY. Fragler St. t;> m form \vtr Art *'rimp llvvv A '• med p up Artisti according to an announcekVarren Sieved director. Function of the group will be • eative relaxation through expression by Miami residents %  -' %  painter >tor and art instructor, said •••••:•.• %  .. Drawing And Painting Aj A Hobby. Advaaeed Drawing And Painting. < raftSculpture and Comnv A • iasses will-also be featured, according I thi group's %  %  '% % %  Hn • ••• n • | ted at 208 Biscayne Street Miami BCente For 1 : : Dr. %  Florid made I the Jewish ch American way of life. Subsequent meetings of this are: December 2nd. Louii Schwartzman, of the Bureau of Jew. Education — Parents Chaoukah W p. January 13th. Mrs. Paula Sehnsky. lay analyst — hildren; February panel comprised of Dr Erna Klaai pediatrician. Dr. ArSokoloff. dentist, and Dr Margaret Robins, psychologist at the University of Miami — The Healthy Child. March 10th. Louis Schwartz: the Bareau of Jewish Education — Paaaovei W .rkshop; April 14th free discussion on Everyday Problems Of Raising Children, with Miss Ma.-v Aronson. of the Jewish Stcia! Service Bureau, serving as moderat May 12th. Mrs Clement T. SievI the Silver Bluff fjblic School — preparing The Child F-r Public School. CCbM&^uCMu/Mal A PORTABLE SILENT REFRIOERETTE ttmvtL nlecttic Tfeferfear' ...... ^nills sodas, niim, beer, snacks! FlMHI K* cubw! Entertain customers! Stores doctor* perishable Mrums! just pluc it in! AC or DC32 to 230 volti! ...... JWV Stages Picnic Local members of the Jewish Wa* Veterans of the United States will stage a picnic on Sunday morning, November 9th. 10 a.m.. at Greynolds Park. Sid Homer, of the Miami Post, is chairman of the a: Roosevelt Temple Party A White Eelphant Party was j the main feature of a meeting) of Roosevelt Temple No. 33 Pythian Sisters, on Wednesday evening A farewell fete for Anne Marcus past chief and installing officer of Roosevelt Temple, fol< lowed Proceeds went to Cerebral Palsy. QUALITY FOOD AT REASONABLE PRICES TOP QUALITY ROAST PRIME RIBS OF BEEF FRANCES CONSTANCE NOW OPEN 24th Si. & Biscayne Blvd. Phone 9-3078 Serva iced drinks, snacks, right from your easy chair! Wheel it outdoors with MM! Fun by th barbecue! %  ""i&i. "$**{ BEE THE NEW SEPVEL "ELECTPIcTwONOEPP^P" TODAY AT • • •>•• %  Saves counties* trips to sad from sickroom or nursery! No more running into tha kitchen for drinks, snacks! Irs a refresnment center —a snack spot-a portable bar! Chills food and drinks! Freezes ice' cubes! Serves cold snacks! It's the clever new way to entertainthe easy way to enjoy a quiet evening at home! Wonderful tilt, too! Silent freezing system has 5-year warrantyMahogany finish. Blond, white, slight extra cost Legs or casters optional MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M Macniei. Director 5505 N. W. 3rd St. Pho M g 7 -820I MIAMI BOTTLED GAS, INC .ONE OF THE SOUTHS OLDEST AND LARGEST DISTRIBUTORS 101 W. Flagler Street Phone 3-4645 %  N W 73rd Stre€t Phone 844)671 MIAML FLORIDA



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PAGE 6 A lmHt> ficrrf&r FRIDAY "SttlctL HELEN ALPEP.T •trj • *ai •. -• : inte I in the ? %  %  %  :-->.'. 1776 — but days in Dadc C These u > trying I I Espe this woman. I':ling this on Moi ill thi Stevens n lever I { dozens.to ren it I : ditto. By the time %  : %  • (o — and yet it's all I to drag n I to this I THE WEEK. HOWEVER ristl Public stuff open* rt %  '•' took a twist into 01 Wei S I Albany, NY and before } wj Dewey 'which nobody did'' Mrs Robert Cahn had leaned over to confide ihe I n Syi nd do we-all rerr.err.ber the Alderman family — and MrHarrj Fa'oer had gone bright as a lark over Saratoga. She's the -.-' %  I M He owns the Bill H lei. Mrs Faber n-.ade another har.^nu appeal Sal lay n:ght ii plat! when Senator Claude Pepper intrdouced her and thei precinct leaders gathered to welcome Kefauver At that lunch, Abe was persuading his sister to join the Miami Bea h Taxpayers' Association, -nd listening comfortabl) was M L Friedn %  joined Arnold Levien. fresh back and tanned fr ri %  intry club golf Sol Bennett who'd been | ins. steady •'•' >rris N Lipp since early that morning Phil Si enberg, Max B derman, Al Oboler. Jack Abhn got in lati LISI betting Dave Phillips under the line Mike Baskin proved of inter* ••. •. many people, h II n also asked about his brothel Lenny — Whizzed in on a fast | n ill Iron Margaret Ben Y men is NEWS THAT firsl "Mikad meeting i heduled this Saturday at t their i 1800 M. ... n Avenue. EVERYBODY'S WANTED Kids who boast -. Lil] P ns or Lawrence ett %  n • : lines I speak %  I men intent! P pula Elli I ? • ... taking a lead::... in Studio M's • %  productioi • ". It's due for i N member 15th preI believi Ellie 'all of us adore that euyj is WKAT's earlyas the Gabriel Heattei broadcasts Mamn ffee the other evening with Sandy Ros 3 Idon Green, whose nuptials are scheduled for March 151 — thu iking I:, me Tax a rarely Happy Day. Sheldon is Green's and has beer, with WTVJ f .r months. Saturday i ngi with lav rite girl-vocalist was the sistant managei Mart} Wucher His girl's Jeanne • : '%  '• P, she knows. She's Jeanne Moore | .ntent with holding merely money in his hand. Joe, ield a mighty pen as editor of the weekly Incidentally, his displacement of Carl Gardner in I proving that it's truly the little 1 t Carl, Joe went about per• •' •• %  '• stuffing eaflel ell int every nook and crar..-.-. treetist I • :' re the lamps got put in. Seei %  •"-• -~'ued by the wads to pull 'em out and n % %  And voti V Sue Moss. By the week she's Harry Ros1 Caril N veil C me Sundaj • ut beating the streets : : • leritage. for evi .body knows nt by her sister Ada Sheiner : ippro h and freelj mmend it as • • SI I on the door and said. Hell i I'm j irt." %  •' %  • %  to come right in iwn, I .nd membership card and therl what les-spiel — Thi '••• %  R • %  • %  %  lens Sunday afternoon t. launch' W • %  .%  M ix Di till it inded at the pitch' •' %  % % %  n • vi j • :ng but b ,ln Drossin re 1 \ te Macherful ballet portrait I Benit : ley painted two years • %  • '• %  -'• •'• : I •• %  : a skilled : : • %  • rtists he exei trait lent n weekends. ''• -d that apartment building and bought a home North Miami, and Benit init up until Drossin -student laughter in Boston .. This %  %  % % %  the ntini the professioi w at the Sea Isle. Artists were milling ai >und as fi rt-lovers Irving Strauss was having a fine timi tellii group half-loaf o] .-.read in his indig nl • %  • •• • int uaintmg bread lined with caviar) for early Manh like '"Cn : Soldier" until I tifi uld return t> art. Now rward to Bil i • thi Boulevard Hotel • z .'• %  ..nd in thi Mi in Lil Getting a bai I ing with artists Minerva Lichtig %  till-lift plasti fl wers never droop. "Aha." said St I nten I I in ti -rosi y : them for you." San | e of her j -' : %  %  .she • r Willie i everything I >oked intriguing, but the .. buds — the amateurs tly formed a club of their Bubbli xander Kogan, while others tied ut her fetching bobbed hairdo ; Miller Ten people out of pped each other to ask: "But where are Paula Warsaw's! 5?" Paula gets even their purr, in paint! Architect Nathan %  len n he did the Fairfax. Travelers Hotel among others) inI jpted his art comments long enough to announce we need an i American for Democratic Action here — and he'll be the boy to lo it OPENING SYMPHONY program saw Ruth C. Brotman mobbed her friends — she'd got home just 46 hours earlier. That enticI shoulder scarf let (means little scarf top) was made in Tel-Aviv. Her mother isn't here: she fell, cutting her head, and is in good I ids in Montreal where Ruth's brother is a physician Sholem | h and his wife made their first Beach appearance that evening, j toe Channings Feted In Washington, D.C. : :.s. Jules P. ChanA .-. i v.ere married on June n Miami Beach and spent' I f their honeymoon in HaCuba, have just returned • Washington, DC. and new York, where they were entertained extensively. A Washington. D.C. reception i given by Dr. and Mrs. CharIt.Lenhjff. Among those present were: Dr. and Mrs. Maurice Pr tas. Dr and Mrs Ben Gur•' win, Dr. and Mrs. Ben Lofsky, Dr. .ad Mrs. Louis Levitt. Mr and Mrs. Milton Stein and Dr and Mrs. Samuel Hillman. Levitt. PohI Will Live On Xormandv Isle Miss Lii how To Wed Navy Man The engagement of their daughter. Marilyn Shirley, to Chester Perdeu Mills. Jr.. was announced early this week by I Mr. and Mrs. William I. La bow. 328 Mariana Avenue. Coral GabMrs. Dav.d SchU Miss Irene Levitt, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Herman Levitt. 1955 Calais Drive. Normandy Isle, and Mr. Sherman Pohl. of Buffalo. New York, were married on October 26th. at the Chapel of the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated at the double ring wedding. The bride wore a ballerinalength gown of white nylon tulle and imported chantilly lace made with a fitted bodice and offshoulder neckline outlined bylace. Her French illusion veil fell from a cap of matching lace, and she carried a Bible covered with white orchids and stephanotis. Miss Carol Siegler was the bride's only attendant. She wore a rust taffeta shantung gown. Th? bouqupt was of gold daisies and purple orchids. Edward Pohl was best man for his brother. Warren Wepman and James L Mack were ushers. The bride attended Miami Beach High School where she was a member of the National Honor Society. She also attended the University of Florida, where she was a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi Social Sorority, the Advertising Club and a pledge of Gamma Alpha Chi, honorary advertising sorority. Mr Pohl attended Bennett High High School and Bryant-Stratton Business College in Buffalo. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs Harry Pohl. Buffalo residents. After a brief honeymoon, the couple will reside at 1935 Calais Drive. Miami Beach. WANTED MIDDLE-AGED COUPLE lo share beautiful new home wilh same All privileges. Call during evening. 4351 S.W. 4th STREET The bride elect attended Ponce de Leon High School and the | University of Miami. She is a member of Nu Phi Mu, Business Women's Sorority. Mr. Mills, now serving aboard the Navy's USS Fred T. Berry, is ; the son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester P. Mills. Millville. New Jersey. He attended Memorial High School there. Miss Marilyn Laboic Scheinholz. SchlJ Rites In New York 35o5 Flaming Drive. an d Mi• Mrs. H. Schein.-wlz. of HOJJL sylvania Avenue, have r el here following an extended. tion in New York, where i attended the wedding of 1 granddaughter Miss nJ Scheinholz. to David 1. Sdi both from Hewlett Long Hi The ceremony took pi** Sunday. October 19th. at theQ gregation Sons .'. Israel. T^ mere. Long Island, with U Joseph Looksteir. and HarrySj pern officiating. The former Miss Sche:nhokj tended the University of P sylvania and :• r. As ....... Hofstra College at Herapa Mr. Schlang graduated Bucknell University. Following u h r.eymoontrs the West Indies, the c iiplti reside in Great Neck, Linjld and. New Y Florida Authors Hear Miss Stetson Dr. Charles Philhour. P:isfl 1 of Drama at the Universal Miami, introduced the tad in the second series of the 5 ond Annual Florida tii Nights sponsored by the £a| Public Library last night. Discussed was We Present^ Off-Broadway PI Helen Sloan Stets >n. auto Unloved, scheduled for pn** tion at Studio M in Decerr.be ATTENTION! APARTMENT MOTEL — HOTEL HOME OANERS Complete Lmi of Refrigerator A Electr.cal *rc MK* SELL RENT REPAIR JACKSON REFRIGERATOR SERVICE '2' • 5th STREET P-OSE 5! • REGISTERED MALE NURSE 12 or 20 hour duty. Home or travel. Mental or medical. BOX 1167. MIAMI 38 % M541£§ the home of SUNSHINE FASHIONS •res. I' S pat oft Miami Miami Beach Ft Lauderdale West Palm B*" 5 Going Formal? Formal Wear that la freahly cleaned, emartiy atyied. properly fitted. 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FAGE 10 A itjBiiMteiflg FRIDAY. NOVTM^ Obiluaries MORRIS I'KlTSOH .Mi, ,.f L'.,I3 8W ISU| Street paw* iwi) laal FTiday He is survived t. hl| wife, TMnto; one son. H"anl. daughter. Joan; two brother*. Samuel ;.nr. flaii-n.-r. anil a itar, Mr1-aulln. Korenvae* .—-i v .. w.rton Mondaj at "Th Friday in side ROBERT HOROVITZ ,,f .".;>•" s\v loth Street, passed awas 11, tober Nth, ->t hiraalden" • %  H. Mr and Mn Eugene Schwarti .""I Mr and Mn sclerosis All ,,,,,,, Horovlti Bervlcea war* •• and some of his research activi] octoi.rr :i"th. at %  The afwml Rival ties in the field. Other physicians" %  participate in a questionwill aid-answer panel. ^ ^ ^'V.-,n,, passed The kickoff rally for the fundl a wa) m a i".-.ii hoapital on October raising campaign will hear of WhJ rgMntJfi^ for *. JJJ* plans for the first clinic in the %  ] ",, k ,,,, Rubin; four daugh-.,ire, Mra South for multiple sclerosis. V,c^^''B^^'WT^ t;ms of other neurological diseas• f also will be eligible for treatment at the clinic. Miller stated. Discussion Group Hears Dr. Long Mrs. Leila Roscnthal. Discussion Group chairman of the Greater Miami Section. National Council of Jewish Women, has announced the formation of a Human Relations Study and Dis< ussion Group for its Miami Btach Division. Throughout a series of monthly mi (tings, the group will pi ,i forum conducted by outstanding Doctors of Psychology in the M an ; area Mrs Rosenthal said. Thi Gnup is scheduled to meet < -, November 12th. 1 p.m.. at the t i of M;s Cl Rosengarti r >860 Pinetree Drive Speaki will b hl> a lie. Rebe• %  -• Remain* were -• nl to Sew York fits foi servl ea and Interment bj th< Beach Memorial t'hap• %  : ANNA (iKKKNBERG I Initial I 'reeli t>rlve, dl( n (x-tobei th n a local hoa| tal wi %  dl • %  • • < the Stephen chaptei "f Hadasaah %  • memi % %  Beth Sholom 8ls....i. Mount H nal Hoapital Worn\ .< irj .. .-,•! \ li e pi •-id. nl of l ..Nurse, Nea vorh \\'i f ih. late faptaln Bmll nbers, she nun Ived by her Mi %  %  ii Sh. iI,. I terh : I he 1 i Mn el I l.iv H bl lelome; anrt fnur alstera, .>n,._u... 10.1, w ...:. Mr> J C Schoeman, vember 18th. 1 p.m Samuel Aronntem and MiRob uppapnrt Wei \ Icea were •' %  > fenin ,: Beach Memorial t'hapel, with i..-..Kroi --'i offli latins. i waa in \. w rorh Cltj Gables Center Sisters Hold Member Teas First of a series of Membership Teas sponsored by the Sisterhood of Coral Gables Jewish Center will be held on Wednesday, November 12th. 1 p.m.. in the home of Mrs. Mitchel P. Miller, 4311 Granada Boulevard. Another will be htld on Tuesday. Noln the home of Mrs. Morton Halpern. 818 Catalonia Avenue. Mrs. Meyer Baskin is membership chairman. .. II, WILLIAM SWETIN f 1.121 SW Tih Street, died OrI.. %  !th, II %  i hospital II. \r %  d > •• da whti i Sue Singer Remalna wen ienl to Chicago, lillieach Mi moi lal 'hapel f-.r i ., nd Intel ment. I.i.ris GOLDSTEIN 73 ,.f ",:•; l.lth Street, Miami Reach, i in ii local hoapital %  Octobei Tt rr.ple Israel Men s Club, will >'i, H. la aurvlved bj hla wife, Anmeet on Wednesdav evening.i"" lwo aaushtem. *•". rilllan rrea., .... 6 i k\ and Mrrlorence Hartatone and N< vember 12th, at 8 p.m. • %  Murray, Saul and Paul < urtl Tournvu At Tempi* Israel Duplicate Bridge and Canasta T< urnaments. sponsored by the p.m. Men, women and mixed pair will be featured at that i i According to Jerry Freehling, in charge of reservations, tiophies and master point ratings will be awarded. All players i list be seated by 8 p.m.. Freehlil said. LEGAL NOTICE kv and Mra ihi • Service) were %  i Katurday at thBeach Memorial Chapel, with InterIn Boston, Maaaachuaette. Miami Sisterhood Lunch The Miami Hebrew School and Congregation Sisterhood will meet on Wednesday, November 12th, 12:30 p.m.. for its Monthly Luncheon. Serving on the committee with Mrs. I. Sirkin, chairman, are the Mesdames Sokoloff, April Kleber, Stein, Herman and Pearlman. Pioneer Women Affair Hotel. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY Cause Numbered 154297 II: INK Rl'BIN, Phi iriff. I > \ A Rl 'BIN, l lefi i. lant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION n LENA Rl'BIN S 12nd Street Philadelphia, l'enn>lvan v. i .,!.. hen b) notlfli | thai a BUI .if < '-.nil, laii. t f,r I'll'.-., has been i agalnat you, and you re• i •<>! Ti. serve -i cop) of your anawi • • the Bill ul I 'ompli Inl on the I i iiiiffs alt"'ii.ii 'I file ll rlai n %  the offl I Hi.i %  !• %  k of the t.'li tin Court ni bade County, i I. %  -.: or bef I '••' ember • ..' %  wise th.allegations %  •' %  aueh I.III H be '.IK.-II ;i^ confessed iii you ted this '.ih day *if November, I95S E B WEATHERMAN, Clerk nf the Circuit i'.,uri (8ei i B) M %  GREEN, M.-l.ulv i'|.-ik KHBXDON N. LELCHUK Attorney for Plaintiff MI-4 liiKraham Fluildlnf; Mi ml, Florida II/7-14-21-2S JACI IB MNKEU1TEIN 64, >.f r.'li Ocean Drive, died .>n Noivi He %  survived by nil brother, John; and slater, Kate. Remains were aenl to Philadelphia, 16th 8 pm at lhe I %  • • ii-. ,\;i'i:.i. r his "ii. Arthur, Remains arc in hai RI ol Beai ii Mei lal Chapel l \.\Mi: BTI NE : %  i.f 28 Mai i.ni.i. Coral Qablea, died :,I-I Saturdas ii home Bhe Is aurvlved by five dauajntera, Inc-ludlns Edith Laboti and Mrs Beaa i loldsti In, ol Miami Beai h; and b) • \ • %  •n~ K.niH.iiwere aenl i tlordon funeral Home. Thanksgiving Dance FlaRlcr-Granada Jewish Community Center plans a Thanksgiving Dance and Raffle on Saturday evening, November 29th, at 9 p.m., according to Samuel Kirschner. for both of you! A s SOON as your doctor recommends sow* .woo Baby's appetite with Beech-Nut Fow* With so many tempting varieties to choose troffl. you will agree with all the other mothers i call Beech-Nut the simple way to keep mealtimes happy! Beech-Nut FOODSyBABIES THE FINEST SOAP! Made from pure coconut oil. Cuts your cleaning tune in hall 1 0f w K •' ll This seal it your anuraiur I hit *'* Beech-Nut Cereal, Strained and J Food you pre your Bby n cH the Council on Foods ami N"| n the American Medicsl Al****' ~^> / %  Nut 8 <->


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WEMBER 7. 1952 ,n hohel Problems Of Small inl Head (Gallery Are Analyzed mi Israel i, Problems ot the smaii a n ga i! lery will be analyzed by 13 divlewUfi fkridfian General Memberand Elections of Ofl e \A at the Young Is[gue of Miami Beach jy evening. limous vote, Solomon feelectcd to the presiYoung Israel Synaected 1st vice presiJacob Kaufman. %  cers are JL. Kahn, president; Benjamin |a surer; Albert Broad, nrctary; and Harry bing secretary. |d a s trustees were AbCow, Abraham Siegel Einstein, guest was Dr. David educator and preside Hebrew Academy, ed greetings and conmessages. of the evening, Mr. lakofl, director of The Miami Israel Bond Amended members who in excess of $6,200 Braeli Bonds during the Day Appeal here. presented a Scroll of Lobel, who accepted <>f Merit in behalf of rectors from seven southeastern states meeting at University of Miami's Lowe Gallery Friday through Sunday, November 14th through 16th, according to host director, Allan McNab. Means of raising the standards of art exhibition in the southeastern region will be explored, McNab said. Directors will d scuss practical exhibition circuits, sharing of transportation costs, and will define the geographic limits of the southeastern area. PAGE 5 B I El Sisters Armistice uesday men of Beth El Con,vi!l sponsor a gala afesday evening, Novemat the Dora August Hall. of the evening will be presentation entitled. Away. Participating i Mesdames: Jack Ros§dney H. Palmer, George Emanuel Kornstein, ISv.imnier,, Morris PepKeslenbaum, A. SamIsman, Ella Kaplan, Abfepper, Maurice Weger, lips. Fred Bernstein and %  Ugene, Schwartz, presillii Sisterhood, will weliw members. Mrs. Max rt and Mrs. Jack Rosenci-ihairmen of the afInist will be Miss Sheila Spiritual leader Rabbi ihu T. Swirsky will be faker, with special greeti half of the Synagogue by Sidney H. Palmer, It<>;ic!i II ranch Offers Women's Slitnsi.isl i< < 4urM> The Beach Branch of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center will sponsor a women's Slimnastics Course beginning Monday evening, November 10th, 8:30 p.m., at 1536 Bay Road. Under the supervision of Mrs. Norma Spector, the course is scheduled to include calesthenics, professional advice on diet, skin care and organized volley ball and badminton sessions. On Wednesday evening, November 13th, the Branch will hold an Open House for residents of the community. Under the auspices of the newly formed Young Business and Professional Group, Miss Sylda Botwin's home, 116 the session will offer such ac-' Sevilla Avenue, Coral Gables, tivities as round table discuswill be the scene of a Novelty sions, dramatics, athletics, creative arts, modern and folk dancSee America First Contest Sponsored By Hotel Greetrs Opening of a See America First State-Wide Essay Contest to all public, parochial and accredited high schools was announced this week by Louis Esloe, assistant manager of the Johnina Hotel and regional director of the event for the Hotel Greeters of America, Tropical Charter No. 19, of South Florida. The contest, which starts for Dade County on December 1st, is open to all 10th grade students and has been approved by Joe Hall, assistant superintendent of Dade County Schools. First prize will be a one-week vacation for winner and companion at an ocean front Miami Beach hotel, transportation to and | from Miami Beach, assortment of ] sightseeing tours and theater l tickets. Second prize, will be a $25 Defense Bond. The See America First slogan was originated by Fisher K. Harris, a hotel clerk in Salt Lake City, over 60 years ago. MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Wholesale and Retail Rough or Pulverized Grade A. Soil Phone 4-0335 EDWARD ALPER 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace ALL WORK GUARANTEED Alan Ronald Turner, son of Mrs. Neil Basil, Miami Beach, and Ben Turner, Los Angeles, California, will be Bar Mitzvah tomorrow morning at Temple Beth Sholom. Alan is a student at the Nautilus School and is in the 8th grade. Novelty Social Party Ai Sylda Botwin's Home ing, languages, music tion and photography. appreciaAdult Dances [oung Adult Group of the {ranch, Greater Miami immunity Center, will lance on Sunday evening p.m.. to 12 midnight. The one in a series of weekly kt that time. (vabLV.s Women Plan Affair* Two Membership Parties will be given during November by the Coral Gables Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women. Mrs. Bca Greenberg, of 4000 SW 5th Terrace, will be hostess on Tuesday evening, November 11th. Mrs. Miriam Lipson, of 2476 SW 23rd Terrace, will entertain on Thursday evening, November 20th. Reservations are being taken by Mrs. E. Fishalow. The regular meeting of the Chapter will be held on Tuesday, November 18th, at 8:30 p.m. a Social Party given by Sharet Chapter, B'nai B'rith Young Women, on November 8th, 8:30 p.m. In charge of arrangements are Miss Pauline Glantz and Miss Lenore Cook. Alumnae Chapter Meets The Greater Miami Alumnae Chapter of Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority will meet on Monday, November 10th, 8 p.m., at the home of Mrs. Joseph Shopiro, 1520 West Avenue. Builders of Immortal Memorials for the jnsrt $ niaxe Jewish Trade Represented by Simon Selden Look jor the 2-Story White Building Thurmond Monument Co. MARKERS $40.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES Open Sunday* Phone 4-3249 .v.v.w.v.-; v.*. v.v IS I c ID R AM A LAUGHTER k u isli Forum >n The Air" WMIE (1140 on dial) idays 10-11 JLM. luced and Directed by non )EN •ctor Rabbi Abraham M. CBSMI As The I GUIDE TO THE PERPLEXED r >9rain for the Entir* Community ISLAM* CLUB 161st ST. 6, COLLINS AVENUE POINCIANA ISLAND Announces to their many friends and members that they are NOW OPEN FINEST STEAK HOUSE & CUISINE In the State of Florida OPEN DAILY 5 P.M. Phon. 816-2202 816-2186 r I W0LPERT FEATURES "XntiiHuiUii Advertised Miranda* • KROEHLER Living Room Furniture • GENERAL ELECTRIC Appliances • SAMSON Card Tables and Chairs • MOHAWK Broadloom Carpet • LANE Cedar Chests • CARRIER Air Conditioning ^WOLPERT'S. Help You Make Your House a Home Jb WOLPERT FURNITURE CO. 1200 CORAL WAY AT "W IVE POINT!'



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IT3SM3VOV! .YA0IH1 IIDAV. NOVEMBER 7. 1952 *Jenisti fhridiari A 01 PAGE 11 A the Greater Miami Jewish i i onBudget Committee deterallocations to each of the ageru iea in the Jewish Appeal here. lid. chairman stated that this i of organizations applyfor ;i share in the campaign ludei Hie United Jewish Apirty-Six Organizations Request Funds rom 1953 Combined Jewish Appeal • v MX organizations engag%  in Mi,campaign and sets up Jewish philanthropic work strean lini | ires m ^g,. n cv American and world i budgeting. The following pra< : L ia ve applied for particitlce," he said, "was instituted lasi the 1953 Combined Jewyear by the Committee whicJ al, it was announced late I divides budget procedure int< E. eeh by Sidney D. Ansin. I two distinct phases: (1) the pbra* n ol the Budget Commitn;nperiod prior to the paign, and 2 thi allocation per iod .fter t:-! Ansin stated thai a.>.he results ol the Combined Jewish Appeal campaign become inoie" flear at the close of the annual drive, us ually in the month of March, the Budget Committee a.*am reviews the agencies" applications and determines specific allocations based upon funds actually raised in mi agency in the drive, | the campaign. ... sc ven local beneficiary j As beforc recommendations of t,ons including Mount thc Budget Coromlttee ar0 sub ,i Hospital, Jewish Home for j( ct t( tne approva of th( B()ard Aged, Greater Miami Jewish | of Governors of the Greater Mimunity Center Bureau ofj a mi Jewish Pederation ,„, gaid Education, New Amen-, .. A gl 0Up of Budget Sub Commit ; program of the Jewish Social teeSj responsib c {or cxaminin National Coun| applications of agencies within the live groups named above meet frequently and channel results of their findings to the Budget Committee for ultimate approval." Serving on the Budget Committee with Ansin are: Leonard Barr. Mrs. William Capland. Mrs. Joseph Duntov. Louis Goldman. Sam A. Goldstein. Archie Greenberg. William Kneapler. Ralph Lachman, Ehiel Lesowoder. Sam Levenson, Jack Muravchick, Arnold Seeder. Sam Shapiro. Leo Sheiner, Fred K. Shoehet. Isadore Simkowitz, Rabbi Morns Skop, Harold Thurman, Naphtali Weidberg and Harry Simonhoff. Serving as alternates are Mrs. Sylvia Chcrtkof. Leon Jacobs and Larry Rosenberg. The following agencies have applied for participation in the 1953 Combined Jewish Appeal: Local Am lea: Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, Jewish Homo for thA--. ,|. Mount Sinai Hospital. Rureau of Jewish Education, Ji-wihh Social S< rvl( Hur*-au. National Council of Jewish Women and Jewish Vorational Servile Civic Defense Agencies: American Jewish Congress, Jewish Labor Committee and Joint Defense Appeal. Religious and Educational Agencies: Dropale College, Hebrew Teacher* Training School for Cllrls. Hebrew Theological College of Chicago. Jewish Teachers Seminary, Jewish Theological Seminary, Mesifta Tlfereth .leiusalem. Mirrer Yeehiva, National Council of Reth Jacob Schools, Ner Israel Ralihinical College, Rabbi rhaim Rerlln. iCibhi Israel Meyer Haroht'n. Rabbinical College of Telshe, Synagogue Council of America. Torah l'meaorah, United Lubavltcher Yeshivoth, Yisblva Torah Vodaath and Yeshiv.i University, Service and Cultural Agencies: American Association for Jewish Education, B'nal li'rit'i National Youth Services Appeal, Hlntadruth Ivrlth, Jewish Occupational Council, Jewish War Veterans. Leo N !.• vi Memorial I!, spital, National Jewish Welfare Board .oil flddian Scientific Institute I'.lA ami Israel Agencies: American i-.-i is of Hebrew l'nl> American Technlor Society, American Committee for Welimann Institute .,f Science, American Fund Israel Institutes, Earaa Torah, Federated coi ii of isi.iei Institutions, Hariaasah, HIAS, National Committee for Labor Israel and Pioneer Women's Organisation : Jewish Women and the jsh Vocational Service. addition, eight new national i are applying tor inclusthe annual fund campaign. • Federation Budget Corner began its deliberations on frequi sts early in October, Anrevealed. He said the Comlt. holding weekly sessions will continue such meetings 1 tin' tnd of the ye3r, when till issue a report summarizing I findings and recommending for the various par| • groups. i Budgi t Committee will : ommendation for allocations to the Board cernors, and the total of ations receiving the "s approval will become the the 1953 Combined JewlAppcal. he explained. |geni u a included in the anciimpaign are divided into service groupings: (1) Local mic.-, (2) UJA and Israel, (3) fious and Educational, (4) Defense, (5) Service and hral. review is currently in progof local, national and overagencies' needs in terms of %  own changing situation and ffms oj their positions in the of smial welfare as a whole. Dications submitted by the Ides include complete infor'" on their financial and tiani operations for the past as well as projected budget ; for the coming year. *.n subsequently announced di ption of a revised budget Rial by the Committee "which trates more clearly the for inclusion of agencies Hov,...HOME-BAK£ 1SC10US MR MB IN USS THAN 4 MINUTIS FROM PACKAGE TO PAH So rich and fragrant! star, too.' It bears the UoUla Myertton Uroup Holds Slaby Shower Ljuis Schwartzman, of the Bureau of Jewish Education, will discuss the works of C Nai Iu B %  I riag eeting .'.' m n, G Slda day ev '• • %  %  Beth W i Babv I i %  Brandeis Chapter, AJC i Jewis i • N ; vembt r :: 9mL' I home of Its pn HH! •'I r, 510 West 31st Street, Mij ami Beach. Balkin Talks Gilbert J. Balkin, director. Florida Regional Office, AntiDefamation League of B'nai B'rith, was guest speaker at the meeting of the 322 Chapter, AZA, B'nai B'rith Youth Organizati in, last night in the Miami J, Community Center. Balkin led a discussion on human relati >ns following the showing of the film. Due Process Of Law Denied. Shown above is Dr. Harry Jolley (left), of Toronto, Canada, national president of Alpha Omega Dental Fraternity, being presented with an honorary membership in the Greater Miami Chapter by Dr. Doran Zinner, local president. Dr. Jolley spoke before the Chapter at a banquet tendered him in the Saxony Hotel. Alpha Omega has contributed a research laboratory to Brandeis University and more recently pledged some S300.000 towards the construction of a dental school in Israel. ASK FOR Kosher Zion Products at your LOCAL DELICATESSEN & MARKET Make Sure %  No. 1 Distributed by LEVEfSaif FOOD SPECIALTIES CO. 2402 N.E. 2nd AVE. MIAMI Phone 3-7791 t E ...:... .....>.. .-• the belongs in Kosher... The seal is a big, little symbol... big in its importance to Jewish families everywhere. It means "KOSHER"... or "K@SHER," to coin a new word. 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r AGE2 A > Imist Fkriirjr FRIDAY ?%v Dov Chapter Will I — tU rn i* € • i %  Fete Mrs. Per+es 0p4 n 5^ B'nai HVith *] i %  %  %  %  L • • %  %  %  -. %  ; %  ..... • •' %  ,_.... Crtj r llti 7 %  %  • %  e-; z s-z:-.-.: honor *o sae 7" IPinruMn \srh \ ftf 0*1 %  B ; %  %  %  re; MkXBi CbojMa ol Haccssch hi mini] the BOO left : .-.—.• to Ma :.--/.•.WetoMeu pnmkimi Ma Berry ?.r:n Lr.z-r.~I secret dry. and .'•': = .";•**;.-. S-:v.--u-.-.:e rr-r-s.rer..= ?.::;; Leor. Kroruah. 7.-.e :ere~--y ---i; p.;:e r -.Kscsss-di .-r = ..r-.cr. rneet.7.1 ..-. Temple lets Shoaaa .zsMo nd ay I -. • A y .Ar%. Swirslcy Discusses ?.e!igicus Education %  •. Hannah Senesch Group .-ember %  Lcsavin Discusses New Yiddish Literature .'.• .. ':' %  .. %  .'. % %  '" %  % %  I %  : % % % %  •.• %  ••] t:• 1. La %  „>.. • %  %  >. rkmei .• y m Monday • • %  n ;. m at the K.-.' • • ;..)•. Congregation Mr %  ddn .'•.' %  C banter Pioneei v. Name Sax As Associate Member i D Sax. %  %  l-i-Mai Roan I •...-.r.eaded by 'Ml financier Bernard Saizber2. I 0070 N irtfe Bay Road. if.. -. Ied the installation, as did m*rr.berj of the University of Miami DAY WORKERS SS It FARE COLORED '/A I OS PAPT TIME OP FULL TIME IN (-!/ATE HOMES SPECIALIZING Hotel Maids Porters Dishwashers ACE EMPLOYMENT 'n tE •• A • p n t.jec? No ChMtQt t-. Err>o!oyr S. si. Ireedman M. Htpiiiiii HEBREW BOOK STORK 417 Washington ATS. Miami Baach Between Fourth and Fifth SU Habraw Religious SuppBee For Synagogues sad PrWala Use. AJso for Hebrew Schools. E*~.£ — "i**** Talaphone 5-9017 I H R %  • • :. %  GMJCC Enrolls 110 Persons Greater Mia Camng neld Lasl Wedneadaj i ei ng at tl rreatMiami Je... h Fedi ral n of• •' • that date DM > aiembenhipi have been "" %  ?• *E2" • %  • %  the inauguration of Ajp nJ 0 *" Cr *** r rne nonor. which Leo Sheiner chairman of the GMJCC Membership Campaign mmittee taxed that though wen incomplete, they i nd i cate d that workers in "•" '-"••• %  • ".ntinue then if forts until Thursdaj :. vea tier 13th ..'. that nrrcw oe asF' % %  %  • % %  d ;-' skei of the i ven ing wa Stanley C Myers, pn the .:.•" C< nter to thi mil Mi Loretta | t Tri Bet C in il *' %  '•' %  re-ti ni tivitu teei Rabbi Abramowitz Opens Adult Lecture Series %  %  %  Abl % %  :: mil % % % % %  ''' %  %  i tl Sh ;• Jewish Centei Adult Lecture Serie on %  '•'' • % %  :..:.,: N 'i hi R ibbi will dj cu • I .<:n: ',< .; efinii t. secti a:, n is bestowed IX Portrayal To B* h'aiun'd At Arafloitiy r'n i dramaI •-LrutBeTueaday *• • and Burnett Rot '. Miami Rabbi S. Gi rva as hairman -.g, sched-•-: -" • the school. ** e P of the world aril] be Phyllis Katz. England; Harry Fret.drr.ar.. Italy; Helen Hurtz. France. Valerie Marr.ches and Irving Kelemer. Israel: Miriam Gilli. Ecuador, and Se>-mour Spelter. United > States Minna Kagan and Sandra Katz will serve as flag bearers <. Effrom Mescheloff will act as 1 Wt omji -, vs Plans krent* %  %  %  m week Tne : %  rd Psud Wedne*: —Hit !2 30 p ~ %  %  William %  Mj sj Road. N'. J be a LIB --. Fils3 •..A r. : • Mr? A IS Harold Drul rge two or three men throughout | narrator Remaining students will the country during the year, was m recognition of Sax's "outstanding achievements and his marked interest in the activities of youth," according to local attorney Morris Bc-rick. who is a past .al Grand Councilor. Sax's son. Sammy, is a merr.ber at the University of Illinois. represent tions. the other United Na35: Uacota Ro: Meszan:ne Phew Hjf Entrance or Weshinglskf OCULISTS • rVescripticns Filled • Lenses and Fran* Duplicated • Large SelectJonnl Styles Gnerl Repair on ail Make Tracks and Can Eiectrlc and Acetylene WeldingCOULTON BROS. GARAGE Wrecks Rebuilt — Body Repairs and Pr.: St Free Plek-Oj and Delivery — Wrecker Ian non j-im. 2-i:: m s w its!:* PURE EGG NOODLES Fine, fttediu^ fly pd Temptina... wholesome... r .1 .< delicious.,.real home-mo dc flavor! Fconomitoli! Jewish Funerals ...of dignified simplicity Conducted with a thorough knowledge aad faithful regard for Jewish religious tradition. every service in our two complete funeral homes is surrounded by an atmosphere of dignity and reverence. For manv years, we have served Jewish fanufcj from every walk of life. We are mindW" evenneed, watchful of every detail, totheew that'each funeral shall be a tribute tot departed, a solace to' the living. • Free Parking • GUARD AGAINST Itntmsf If THE BAKE IS OF "OVEN C M S r" (UNSALTEDTMATZOHS Dlatributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS. INC. 14 N.E. 24th St., Miami 37. Fla. Pbone 3-6866 World i largest 1 Peif Control Ccmponr MIMBIR OF B'NAI B'RITH" Call 2-1776 Memorial Chapel TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS Miami Wei Flagler & 20th Ave. • Phone 9-2664 Miami Brack ,05 12J6 Washington Ave. • Phone 5-7777 X4.HOUI AMBULANCE SERVICE EOWAgo T NEWMAN. Funeral Director ABE EISENBERC.T' IN NEW YORK: 76h Slreet and Amsitrdam ** %  RONX tONOS^ 1 BROOKLYN



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-NOVEMBER T" WST Jewish fkridknn Ah,i\% \\o right are Mrs. Max Ir.an and Mrs. Max Siegcnding before 151 NW :*reet, where the Beth i Sisterhood is currently jr.cj a Rummage Sale MO a.m.. to 4 p.m., daily. project is one of the ps of earning credit for P.nnual Donor Luncheon ,. by the Sisterhood. Adas co-chairman with the gcmes Bergman and is Mrs. Jules Weiss. Teach Social mint: Here portunity for junior high nvs and girls here to •vial dancing is being of• • Greater Miami Jew•nmunity Center's Town :i was announced by Miss Orlik, chairman of the ., IVogram Committee. • ...t meeting of the Social Group will be on Monday ., November 10th, and will .-. throughout the program Dorothy Fishman, d graduate of the Sargant %  : Physical Education affiliated with Boston ty and who at the pres%  is teaching in the Dade School System, has been as instructor. phen Wise Hadassah Stephen S. Wise Group ah will hold its monthpeting on Monday, November 12:30 p.m., at the Monte Dr. Leo Levin will be iker. An open discusi will follow Dr. Levm PRINTING Phone 3-7121 TWtN CiTY P R E 8 S, inc. 120 N.E. SIXTH STREET Two Exhibitions Mark University Family Day Here Two new exhibitions at the University of Miami's Lowe Gallery and (our talks by Director Allan McNab during the day [ marked the gallery's calendar' yesterday, Drawings by Paul Klee and a panel exhibit illustrating techniques of painting comprise the art features. Know Your Gallery And How It Works, was Director NcNab's topic scheduled for 11 a.m., I 2, 4 and 8:30 p.m.. a nd arranged especially for yesterday's Unij versity Family Day, when townspeople were invited to participate in general Homecoming festivities. Forty-five of Paul Klee's j drawings are included in the ex'< hibition, representing every period of Klee's career from 1908 to the year of his death, 1940. "Since Klee himself valued his drawings even more highly than his paintings, this exhibition affords an opportunity for the study and enjoyment of major works by one of the masters of', 20th century painting," McNab \ said. Never before publically shown, the drawings are for the %  most part from the Curt Valentin collection. • The Techniques Of Painting of the exhibit consists of panels from the National Gallery of Art. Washington, D.C., demonstrating the methods of direct oil paint: ing, oil with glazes, fresco, tem| pera oil glazes and tempera. Analyzed were by Van Eyck, Luini, Rembrandt, Van Gogh and the Byzantine School. Both exhibits will remain in the Gallery through November 23rd, and NcNab will give additional talks on them and the operation of the Gallery at 3:30 p.m., Tuesday, November 11th, Wednesday, November 12th, and Thursday, November 20th. This Was America an exhibit of 40 paintings by American artists of the 19th century, will open in the Lowe Gallery on Monday night, 8:30 p.m., wiih a preview for members. It will be open to the iwblir Tuesday through November 30th. Sunday afternoon, McNab will give the public a preview of the Amei ican exhibit during the University's UM in Review, which versity's program, UM in Review, which will be televised at 1:30 p.m. Attending the Patron Ticket Committee Lunch :on held in preparation for the Robert Merrill Concert to be staged by the Sisterhood of the Miami Beach Jewish Center are (seated left to nqht) the Mesdames Georae Goldberq; Samuel Lipton, hostes= at her home, 6535 Allison Road; Charles Fruchtman; Joseph M. Rose, chairman; and Joseph Lipton. Standing (left to right) are the Mesdames Joseph Eerman, Irving Lehrman, Bernard F. Stern, Ben Zion Ginsberg, Leo Chaikin and Philip Neuwirth. Not pictured are the Mesdames Joseph Cherner, Raymond Rubin and Morri= Wolfe. 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PAGE 4 B *Je*ist fkrkJiari "^ AY.NOVg yn^ Bond Purchasers To Get Israel-Made Chanuka Menorahs SONG Plans have been completed in ftm Greater Miami to give every cash purchaser of State of Israel Bonds i 'VOICE from November 1st to December *"^* 12th. the beginning of Chanuka. I AND a special Chanuka Menorah to I _. emphasize the spiritual signifiPIANO cance of the Festival, it was announced this week by Seymour B. Liebman. chairman. Council of Organizations of the Greater Miami Committee for State of Israel Bonds. In addition to the Israel-designed candelabrum, the Israel Bond purchaser will receive a complete set of forty-four Chanuka candles. The special Chanuka gift will also be made available to those persons whose past Israel Bond commitments are paid up in full during the same period. In announcing the special offer. Liebman said: "It u particularly significant that the purchase of Israel Bonds on the eve Seaboard Railroad Report Judged Best The Seaboard Air Line Railroad's annual report for 1951 was adjudged the. best of any submitted by railroads in the southeastern section of the country, and an Oscar Of Industry was presented to the company in recognition of the selection at a dinner in New York late last week. This is the fifth year in succession that the Seaboard's annual report has been recognized as outstanding among the southeastern railroads. The selection was made by a panel of independent judges under the auspices of Financial World Magazine. Some 5.000 annual reports from companies of all kinds were considered by the judges. IWANTMy^] SAMUEL KELEMER ^*^ W % •. fi*i>***. \Utm fc> fifeM •.*<•.It I Hi — k. H.bk. I r.M. kr..l.k 4 VOO AVI NfW YO* Jimmy Durante Will Star In B'nai B'rith Program Jimmy Durante will be featured artist in a National B'nai B'rith radio program over station VVIOD. Miami, on Saturday evening, November 22nd, 11:15 p.m.. it was announced here by Sidney Aronovitz, president of the B'nai B'rith Council of South Florid*. Entitled. I Got A Million Of Them, the program will be devoted to the current B'nai B'rith Greater Order' (GO) Membership Campaign. AadBakr. h FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Mfc "MUk Product.' Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2I2J Greater Miami Defray Visit Our Farm it %  o> ef Bird Rd. A SnaptrOaj] %  • %  .. r.t. -.v Shown above is a reproduction of the frontispiece of a new song written by Ccntor Samuel Kelemer, of Temple Beth Sholorn. Miami Beach. Published two weeks aao by the Metro Music Corporation. New York City, it ha been performed by popular demand for the past two years durina the Annual Jewish Mus:c Festivals. Entitled. Yiddish Loshen. the folk song is in the Chassidic tradition, with words by Eliezer ^j nd u7' translation is by Rabbi Leon Kronish. Copies of Yiddish Loshen may be obtained directly from Cantor Kelemer or from the gift shop of Temple Beth Sholom. ROSEDALE team •KOSHER STYLE COOKING •PRIVATE DINING ROOM • AIR CONDITlOKEll 170 N.W. 5th ST.-FREE PARKING MJ Dr. Kamp Is Feature Speaker D.. Maurice Kamp. ton of lira, Sara Kamp. 536 14th Street. Miami Beach, will be one of the Medical Authorities to speak at the Southern Medical Association Convention scheduled for Miami from November 10th through 13th. Dr. Kamp is doing specialized rch at Johns Hcpkins Unity. Baltimore. Maryland. M .o than 2,500 doctors from the Southern -States and Latin America are expected to attend the Convention which will feature scientific exhibits, new discoveries in medicine and panels on general medical topic* Wvavynxra Rer-W Icm-oh E. 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PAGE 4 A +Je+isi thrMi-'tr %  •ubliened every Friday %  • ,.. wf By The Jewith Floridian at 120 N. E S'xth etreet. Miami 18. Florida. En 22* *• ond.elaa matter July 4 i30, at the Poat Office of Miami F.a., under the Act of March 3. 1S79 Tne Jewish Floridian haa abeorbec IT,' J. w '?* Un ,y na *"• Jwii Weekly Member of the Jewiah Tele graphic Agency, Seven Arta Feature Syndicate, Worldwide Ncwi Service National Ed'tonal Aaaociatlon, Amerl. can Aeeociation of Engliah. Jewiah Newspapers. Florida Preaa Aeeociation EDITORIAL S-tjrif Pays Dividend* The American Fin uncial and Development Corporator, has announced the State of Israels third interest payment on the S500.000.CX Bend Issue floated here. Holders o: three and one-half percent Coupon Bonds have been invited to accept payment m banks throughout the United States. The infant democracy is preserving its record of never having defaulted on any debt. Bond holders continue to be assured of the security of their investment through such punctuality. They are simultaneously heartened by the knowledge that their loan is helping to guarantee Israels economic future. \ < all To IHtv Statistics on the matter reveal that the Greater Miami area compares more than favor a hi y with ether American communities in the current Bonds of Israel Campaign. Beth the Sukkoth Rally and the High Holy Day drives have resulted in the sale of a significant number cf bonds here. Thw is encouraging i.-.ro-rmation in light of the fact mat "he campaign's co-chairmanship has not taken the sumr.en'ly active per. BIG artau-s demand Official circles, composed who never receive During The Week ... A • i By LEO MINDLIN xrgely Of t_reless worriers the plaudit! o: public concerned over tuch acciaim. are visibly non-participation, for tney can not comiortaoly carry the campaign forward on \-.e_ov.n initiative without top leadership approval Obviously. MJam. s record for the purchase of Isrce! Bands zz-Lz he raised to even more impressive .-.e.c.vs : the co-chairmen fully assumed their resp-:n=ih^.ties. They could do much by virtue c: their communal positions to achieve this end If personcl end other communal duties prevent them from fulfilling the obligations of their joint office, they ought to relinquish their : stations of leadership. Of utmost importance is the continued success of the campaign. Israel's economic future depends on the com( plete purchase of the bond issue, and Miami must pitch in with its fair share. We are gratified that our community is doing well, but we know it can do better. The co-chairmanship, cognizant of this fact, must finally make a positive stand — either by accepting its leadership role or by inviting the participation of men who will fully devote! their energies to planning and organizing i future BIG affairs. As long as campaign workers are hampered by the fear of transcending their official I powers in the name of carrying their important work beyond a seemingly disinterested} high level leadership, the possibility of raising Miami's record becomes endangered. This must not happen. ual ideals to urge economic aid for upbuilding all areas "whose population suffers from disease and hunger, thus removing the causes of discontent and the tendency ... to look for panaceas to bring about a better way of life that often lead to enslavement." Hadassah has not spoken for World Jewry, alone; nor has it spoken for the personal welfare of Israel. It has spoken for mankind at I large. STANDARDS OF PROFESSIONALISM Tr.< Greater Miami Hebrew Teachers' Association i. This is always a pathetic sort of situ.,;: n fiWtll^ ,ro timidity or half-measures. What makes th. ASKKJSS!, even more pitiful is that its members fear ai ising n because they are ill-equipped to da rearttosJ r otherwise. Thus, the expression ot distaste is merely token u* matter of form, assures the) fact thai the Association will "] successful in enforcing its would-be policy. Briefly, th, j*% teachers have bean attempting to control the quality of injI currently available in the area's Religious Schools. 1Vf| thai unqualified personnel reflect negatively on their o*c I bilines and lower the standards of the profession n lam. The teachers have therefore been hoping for the oppf passing upon the qualifications of instructors seeking i3m menta here and regard as treasonable the prevailing prac .;-'*! 'ligious Schools that hire faculty members without their J T Most disturbing to them is the employment of youthful who have little more than Talmud Torah backer ur.d for :ai mentary Hebrew courses. There is much truth in the Association's stand. The pr:i, of its members, like any other, certainly has standards of > r ence. Unfortunately, however, it suffers the ills of teachb-J vocation, generally, and finds itself in no position to enforce! piss. For some incredible reason, the public entertains %  > attitude toward the academician. It expresses an open feeiiaTJ reverence, akin to that directed at clergymen, and seen! tempt for weaklings who fear the world and hide behind the t of learning. The effort to capture the fancy of such confuted, i-:iJ opinion is thus foredoomed. If the Association t*UM support, it will hardly succeed in lining up the sympatl area's Religious Schools. As a result, the teach themselveu impelled by mixed motives. They recognize the danger mg the "reverence* 1 felt for them: yet. the I J I them to rebel against their untenable tuation — e,aj half-heartedly. whl iU FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Pubiiehcr LEO MINDLIN Newa Editor OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telephones 2-1141—2-8212 T'-. Jewish Floridian doea not guarantee the Kanhruth of the inerer.andisw advertised In If columns SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Cna Vear $3.00 Tws Years $5 00 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1952 VOLUME 25 NUMBER 45 CHESHVAN 19, 5713 V/kVIS THE PEOPLE "OF THE'BOOK PROFESSIONALISM AND ECONOMICS In voicing its distaste, the Association .-.'.item | concern for the eifect on students of unqualified I a Bif*| is clear that the cry for professional standards finds root! Otnic factors. For example. Hebrew teachers here are dismayed by ihie portation of instructors from northern regions. These, they % arrive in Miami with guarantees of a promising future. Wr.i: summer season brings to a clos> the Religious School schew they are released and subsequently "flood the market". Nc :! %  of re-employment are vver forthcoming, since the imnajjal teachers demand higher salaries than previously and sir.a north continues to offer an availability list of cheap imtndl Thus, competition for positions here resull I day for Religious School employers. And. tion. quality ultimately assumes secondary imr. with scales generally determining faculty membership. It • fetched then, to regard the Hebrew teachers' att> pt a: as a disguised effort to limit the number of instruci This, the Association vigorously denies. Its spekesme: tinue to insist that they are merely concerned with quality*• an example of their position, they draw parallels to the Arenas Medical Association and. in limited fashion, to the AmericaAr sociation of University Professors. But neither of these two groups applies. The reasons i :a*l inapplicability underscore the vulnerability of th


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iy, NOVEMBER" 7, 1952 -JmlsMkrMton PAGE 3 A 7/ Say... e year 1946 saw a progressive deterioration of U foreign policy under Ernest Bevin. He refused dent Truman's plea for admission into Palestine 0,000 DPs, rotting away in concentration camps bv the Austrian house painter. Jewish nerves taut. Where could the refugees, who escaped the Ivens, find a haven? CET/NG THE BRITISH CONSULATE (ie Miami community reflected the general mood. ijonist Emergency Committee decided to picket the gh Consulate, which occupied space on the eighth i of an office building. From 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. land women, carrying placards called attention to Injustices and broken promises of perfidious AlThey marched back and forth in picket forma|on a hot July day in front of the Pan American Sing. The police had given permission, and no jrbance happened until about 4:30 in the afternoon. lung man with a Storm Trooper's manner took his I near the picket line. He claimed to be an exer and defended Britain as the ally fighting alongjthe U.S.A. We never could find out whether he [posted by the British Consul, or by T. T. Scott, a erjack kind of ex-ruffian who had become owner Be Pan American Building. There was nothing to ut send for the polke. The Scott man was fuming swearing. A crowd had collected and ugly scowls written on some faces. The police car rolled up. Could easily have ordered the arrest of the Storm er for interfering with our picket and T. T. Scott nis foul abuse. But we felt it would create bad |ic relations and defeat the very purpose of our onstration. As soon as 5:00 o'clock struck, we calljff the picket on scheduled time. A half hour more [there might have been trouble. The following day, |scott phoned the chairman and sheepishly apolofor his unnecessary insults. that evening the picket was followed by a mass fin? in Flamingo Park on Miami Beach. The newly Greater Miami's Contribution To Israel's Formation By HARRY SIMONHOFF elected Congressman George Smathers spoke with the enthusiasm of a novice. Howard Le Sourd, Dean of Massachusetts I^aw School and head of the American Christian Palestine Committee, addressed an audience of more than 5,000. The papers wrote up the picket and the meeting. MARCHING WITH BANNERS A more spectacular demonstration was staged in the spring of 1947. The Emergency Committee organized a march on Washington Avenue from Lincoln Road to Flamingo Park. Every Jewish organization, except the workmen's Circle, joined the procession. The newspapers carried pictures of the night parade, showing numerous banners asserting the desperate plight of Jews in Europe and the urgent need of a State in Palestine. The meeting at Flamingo Park overflowed into the street. A most touching feature was the El Moleh Rachmim sung by the refugee Cantor of the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Cantor Jacob Goldring had survived his concentration camp at Teresienstadt. His wife was cremated in the Nazi incinerators. The In Memorium chanted to the 6,000,000 martyrs was more eloquent for a Jewish Homeland than all the speeches of that evening. HANGING IN THE BALANCE By the summer of 1947, the Zionist dream of a Jewish Commonwealth appeared more remote than ever. The dying F.D.R. held up action on Palestine and made confusing promises with regard to Zionist policy. President Truman's course was uncertain. His gratuitous declaration that the U.S. would not send half a million soldiers to Palestine encouraged the Arabs, the oil interests, and the hostile elements of the State Department. The British Labor Party broke its campaign pledges and repudiated the Balfour Declaration. Soviet Russia, always in opposition to Zionism as a camouflage for British Imperialism, could not be relied upon for help in the United Nations. It was difficult to forecast whether the Irgun and Stern terrorists were helping or harming the Jewish cause with the U.N. PARTITION In the summer of 1947, Simonhoff anxious to see Israel decided upon a tour into foreign lands. He resigned as chairman of the local Zionist Emergency Committee. This act enabled a Beach group to obtain control. A reorganization took place along "democratic" lines — that is the committee was enlarged with juveniles and housewives. Fortunately there was little to do. The Zionist issue was placed on the agenda of the United Nations, which on November 29, 1947, voted the partition of Palestine into Jewish and Arab states. GREATER MIAMI IN ACTION In 1948 hostilities broke out with Arab attacks upsn the Yishuv. The entire Jewish position in Palestine was imperiled. The Miami area played its part during the Jewish-Arab war. Planes were reconditioned and flown to Palestine. Material and equipment were assembled and shipped. Christian and Jewish volunteers were screened, selected and recruited. Funds fo" armaments and material were quietly collected and secretly delivered to the Jewish Agency. The Federation had closed its campaign with $1,250,000 pledged, the largest sum yet donated in Greater Miami in the course of any single year. Public feeling ran high enough to collect and additional $250,000 for the hard pressed fighters in the newly proclaimed State of Israel. The impact of Zionism upon Greater Miami has been great, notwithstanding the antics of a few vulgarians. The millions collected yearly by the Federation is largely due to the constant hammering of Zionists during the preceding generation. By the time Israel was formed, about 5,000 men. women and teenagers were enrolled as dues-paying Zionists in Greater Miami. But interest is not confined to philanthropy. Over $2,000,000 was expended for Israel Bonds during the first year of their issue by residents in the Miami vicinity. lelma Begler Is Appointed Branch ipervisor Of Beach Branch GM JCC fie appointment of Thelma Ikr as branch supervisor of Beach Branch. Greater MiJewish Community Center, announced here by Ephraim GMJCC executive direcIrs. Begler will be responsible the supervision of the proponal and maintenance staffs the development of the veri[ programs at the Center, Gale lor the past two years, Mrs. |ler has served as adult actividirector and has also been %  charge of programming for tr adults and grade school Idren. For two summers she tcted the Summer Day Camp Igram for this agency. pior to her affiliation with the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, she was active in center work in Chicago and San Francisco. In Chicago, Mrs. Begler was executive director of the Chicago Youth Council. In San Francisco, she was with the Emanuel Residence Club. She SPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP | RELIABLE DAY WORKERS A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE N. E. Sth Street Phone 9-8401 AL MEIDENBERO, Owner trathI Haven HOTEL Nathan Gintburg Featuring Outstanding Kosher CATERING Uling Hotel Facilities Home <" %  Synagogue Anywhere in Greater Miami Ph. 5-4691 jaioag Dutjauj, '-*W also worked with the United Service for New Americans and has been an active member of many community organizations such as the ^National Council of Jewish Women. During the war years, Mrs. Begler was called upon by the Government to plan and direct recreational and cultural programs for industrial war workers throughout the country. Mrs. Begler is a graduate of the University of Chicago and did her graduate work at San Francisco State and Columbia. She now resides with her husband and two children at 15699 NE 12th Avenue. They are active members of the Monticello Park Temple and lead the Sunday School classes there. Academy Faculty Is Feted Sunday The Hebrew Academy Room Mothers will tender a reception honoring the faculty Sunday night, November 9th, 8 p.m., at the Blackstone Hotel, Mrs. Alexander Kogan, president, announced early this week. Mrs. Harold Kaufman will be chairman of the affair. Following greetings from Mrs. Kogan, Dr. Irwin Makovsky, chairman of the Board of Education, will introduce the staff. Henry Mendelsohn, administrative assistant of the Academy, will respond. Rabbi Alexander Gross, principal, will talk on the philosophy, progress of education and objectives of the Academy. Mrs. Jack Donnerstag, music director, Miss Judith Youngerman, dancing instructor, and Cantor Maurice Mamches, instructor for liturgical music, will provide the entertainment. Election of officers will highlight a Daddies' Breakfast of the Academy Fathers' Club Sunday morning, 9:30 a.m., at Harfenist Restaurant, with Irving Firtel, president, presiding. The first meeting of the year will map plans for participation of the Fathers' Club in the Academy's Fifth Annual Dinner and Pictorial Journal, scheduled for January 4th, at the Miami Beach Auditorium. Other activities for the year also will be planned, Firtel reported. Dr. Robert Littowitz will be guest moderator of the Academy's Quiz Kid program on Sunday, 10:45 a.m., over radio station WMIE. Judge Harold B. Spoet was quizmaster last week, with Joseph Lauer, Effrom Mescheloff, Melvin Sachs and Herman Shapiro earning repeat spots on the panel. Photographed above are officers of the Zionist Council of South Florida named to their positions at a recent election meeting. Front row (left to right) are Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, vice chairman; Mrs. George M. Cohen, chairman; and Mrs. Milton Sirkin, recording secretary. Rear (left to right) are I. S. Shapoff and Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. vice chairman; Sam Prosterman, treasurer; and Fred Jonas, vice chairman. Not shown are Mrs. Irwin Weinstein and Burnett Roth, vice chairmen; and Miss Lillian Goodman, corresponding secratary. %  s low at 4% Interest MORTGAGE LOANS HENRY E.WOLFF CO. Security Bldg. Ph. 9.3425 SHELL'S SUPER MARKET WORLD'S LARGEST SUPER STORE 5941 N.W. Seventh Avenue Phone 89-1678 The Public Learns Quickly Where To Shop Best In Edison Center—Open Sundays Musmlti Holds Oneg Shabbat Masada, Miami Beach Young Zionist District, will be host at an Oneg Shabbat tonight, 8:45 p.m., at the home of Judge and Mrs. Theodore Nelson. Mrs. Nelson, the former Sooky Brameister, with the assistance of Mr. Nelson, will present an evening of music. David Goodwin will bring the group to date on current events. Lila Gross and Lillian Baris will be in charge of refreshments. THE MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER 1701 WASHINGTON AVENUE announces The Opening of EMte Friday Evening Services FOR THE 1952-53 SEASON This Friday Evening, November 7th, 1952 at 8:30 p.m. RABBI mVING LEHRMAN WILL PREACH ON "THE GENIUS OF AMERICA" — A Post Election Sermon CANTOR DAVID SILVERMAN WILL CHANT assisted by the Center Choir


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[VEMBEH 7, 1952 "JmlstinorMbr NOTICE iDER FICTITIOUS ME LAW IKKKHY (HVEN that ,i, sting to engage in It hifictitious name of KF.IMT CARD OF li THKRN DIVISION lllilg.. Miami Bench J-r said name with the Ircult Court of Dade WILLIAM CHASK IT COURT OF THE JDICIAL CIRCUIT IN DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY. |o. 153749 BAN, IMalntiff LEGAL HOTICE PAGE 7 B %  % %  '"" I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY (S1VEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage m ^i3?1"uli n<, £ r 4. he "'-"""us name of EMPRESS HOTEL, at 4333 Colling Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Uerk or the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. INTEIiNATIoNAI. CO a Florida corporation By: ISADORE KOWAL KOVNRR & MA^ %  ^•HK,.^, I :I ^ r %  n, Attorney! for Applicants 10/31 — 11/7-14-21 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK IS HER£BY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Al'I'YS DININO ROOM, at THE EL MOKOCCO HOTEL, 3200 foiling Avenue. Miami lleai-h, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HARRY B. FKINHK.lti; ,„,„. BETTY FF.IXIlF.Rii 10/31 — 11/7-11-1 IAN. Defendant. ly PUBLICATION II-:I:AN Trailer Dark i Tennessee. filKKEBY NOTIFIED It'omplaint for Divorce against you In the cause and you nro I) in serve a copy of %  he Hill i-f Complaint fettorney. and file the office of tile Clerk of ^uit on or before the •niber, 1932, otherwise Confess., will be cnterIh.ili be published %  four consecutive weeks |SII FIA>KIDIAN. ami. Florida, this Mth Tl'l. l.EATHERMAN, % k of Circuit Court WM W. STOCKING, •[.-.It v clerk HANDLER llalntlff Building 3. PUBLICATION IUIT COURT OF THE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF |N AND FOR DADE IN CHANCERY. Ho. 153705 RANT, IMalntiff, i:i-n FF.RRANT, I FERRANTE. I >cfendant. IFOR DIVORCE II JOSEPH PERRANT ||] Sty V Y. b) notified that a Mill lur Divorce has been HI. I you are re%  .i copy of your Ana|uto the I'-ill of Com* %  • Attorney, and Answer or Pleading || !lel k of the Clror before tInnth day If you full to :ni by default will be you for the relief de• Bill of Complaint. thall be published once four consecutive Week! ISH Fl.i iltlDlAN. IIRDKRF.D at Miami. Itti day of iK-tober, A.D. B LEATHBRMAN. i Circuit Court, l. County, Florida eal) WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk [M:N. Esq. P'lalntlff Bag. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 154111 BHEILA M. TUCKER, Plaintiff vs. HARRY TCCKER, Defendant TO: HARRT TUCKER Residence—Miami, Florida Present Address unknown, You are required to aerv.a copy of your answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce on 'he plaintiffs attorney, and to file the original answer in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 1st day of December, A.D. 1932; otherWine, the Bill of complaint for l>lone* vorce. heretofore filed herein, will he taken as confessed by you. Dated at Miami, Florida, this the 31st day of October, IM2, E. It. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade Count v, Florida (Circuit Court Seal) By: WM. W. STOCKING Deputy Clerk Name and Address of Plaintiffs Solicitor: MILTON A. FRIEDMAN 1023 Seybold Building Miami, Florida 11/7-14-21-28 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY C.I YEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of I "DOR REALTY, at 2610 s W. sth Street, Miami, Ma., intends to register said name with the Clerk of the ci, cult Court of Dade Countv, Florida ___, GEORGE FODOR BTEPHEN F. KES8LBR Attorney for Applicant 2200 W. Flagler Street 10/17-^4-31 — u/7 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of CENTRAL RADIO SHOP, at 10015 N. W. 7th Avenue. Miami, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. LOUIS S. SAYRE 10/31 — 11/7-11-21 LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 154110 LIONEL GOMES, Plaintiff vs. GENEVIEVE GOMES, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: OENBVIEVE GOMES '.•17 EAGLE AVENUE BRONX, NY. YOU anrequired to serve a copy of your answer to the Rill of Complaint for Dlvor i plaintiffs attorney and to file the original answer in the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or in-fore the nth day of November, 1*52; otherwlie, the tlil of Complain) for Divorce heretofore filed herein will be taken as confessed by you. DATED at Miami. Florida, ibis 28th day of October, IMS. E. p. LEATHBRMAN, clerk of the Circuit Court Dade County. Florida B] \VM. w. STOCKING Deputy Clerk Name and address of Plaintiff's Attorney: NORMAN R LYONS. 910-12 olvmpi.i llullding, Miami, Florida 10/31 — 11/7-14-21 JNDER FICTITIOUS (A ME LAW HEREBY GIVEN that I. desiring to engage In the flctitioua name of NT KILL AND TOP 1969 N \V. 26th Avenue, o register said name fk of the Circuit Court Florida. ERNEST LEDER Sole Owner 111/7 JNDER FICTITIOUS •I %  •ML LAW HEREBY GIVEN that • I. desiring to engage In the fictitious name of FABRICS, at MS fJMrCoral Gables, I-'lor Ida, Bald name with the Circuit Court of Dade [EHALL FABRICS. INC. Rol.D KARL HALI'ERT IRENCE MAI.PERT |RY WINTERS NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN ANO FOR DAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, NO. 15M48 MARY DI ItlAKI, Plaintiff, —vs— PATSY DI HIASI, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: PATSY DI BIASl 126 Avenue I'. Brooklyn, N. Y. You PATSY DI BIASI, are hereby notified thut a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney, BEN ESSEN. ESQ., 823 BeybOld Bldg.. Miami, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 21st 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 be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 21st day of October, A.D. 1952. E. B. LEATHBRMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, I lade i 'OII'/IN Florid. i (Circuit Court Seal! By M. C. FEIGE Deputy Clerk BEN ESSEN -_", Seybold iililg., Miami. Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 1 21-31 11/7-1 I NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, NO. 153979 HARLAND J. ZKLLAR 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 a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney, STEPHEN F. KHSSI.EIt. 2200 W. Flagler St.. Miami and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 22nd day of November, 1952. If you fall to do so, judgment by default will be taken against you for tha relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 22nd day of October A.D. 1952. E. B. LEATHBRMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (Circuit Court Seal} By WJj; W. STOCKING Deputy Clerk 10/24-31 11/7.14 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COI'NTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA — IN PROBATE, NO. 28819B In Re: ESTATE OF CHARLES STANLEY a/k/a CHARLES EDWARD STANLEY Deceased. To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against tin* estate of CHARLES EDWARD STANLEY deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, and file the same in his office In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforeRaid, or same will be barred. Date "ctolier 22, AD. 1932. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN As Administrator of the Estate of CHARLES EDWAP.D STANLEY Deceased. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attornev for Administrator 10/24-31 11/7-11 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE C"UNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, NO. 27.SI0-B. In Re: ESTATE OF SAM BERG. Deceased. To All Creditors ami An Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of SAM BERG, deceased, late of Dade County. Florida, to the Hon. Flank B. Dowllng, County Judge of Dade County, and file the same In his office In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or sajne will be barred. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Date October 16. A.D. IMj. JEANNETTE PHILLIPS As Administratrix of the Estate of SAM BERG. Deceased. BALLOT, SILVER & Ml LLOY, Attorneys for Administratrix First publication on October 24, 19.I-. 10/24-31 — 11/7-14 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of — BREAKWATER HOTEL at 940 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. AARON H. COUP.SHON ALBERT PDLLAK PAUL POLIiAK (Partners) 10/24-31 — 11/7-14 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of CHAMPAGNE" HOUR BAR at 6807 N. W. 7th Avenue. Miami intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. CHARLES A. w IGI.ESWoRTH BTEPHEN F. KBS8LEB Attorney for Applicant 22011 W. Flagler St. 10/24-31 11/7-14 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tint the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of PALM HARBOR APARTMENTS and PALM HARBOR HOTEL, at 10040 West Bay Harbor Drive, I:..;. Ha-bi:Islands, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida MICHAEL D. LUFT LEAH I.AYTON SADIE LAYTllN KOVNER MANNHEIMER Attorneys for Applicants 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida 10/17-24-31 — 11'7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of HERBS BAR, at number 9498 N. W. 17th Ave.. in Dade County, Florida, intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HHUBERT BRAUN THEODORE R. WAYNE, Atfy. 2146 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Coral Gables, Fla. 10,31 — 11/7-14-21 JNDER FICTITIOUS 4AME LAW HEREBY GIVEN that Id, desiring to engage in r the fictitious name of JSnlL CO.. CERTIFIED |t snake Creek and N. W. Miami, Florida. Intends name with the Clerk II Co Ur | „f pade County. III'.TIFIED MUCK Jill. CO., INC. fiALlANoFF, ESQ. V\|'plli'ant oad Fla 11/7 ft lUNDER FICTITIOUS |NAME LAW HEREBY GIVEN that %  d, desiring to engage In the fictitious name of TIRES CO. (not Inc.) •eet, Miami Beach, FlorIp register said name with Yhi Circuit Court of Dade Ida PROTHY SEIDERMAN, Sole Owner, f tBER Building II lUNDER FICTITIOUS INAME LAW HEREBY GIVEN that d. desiring to engage In i Hi,, fictitious name of ('''•It MARKET, at 604 Ntreel Miami, Florida, 'ter s .,i,i mme with the %  da '"'"" rourt of DBde gHlRLEY SIMMONS •HERT A SIMMONS •' SAKOWITZ Registrants IBulldlng Ida 11/7 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 28586. B In Re: ESTATE OP MAX ROSEN. Deceased TO All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: .,„ You, and each Of you, are here > notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you. may have against tne estate of MAX ROSEN, deceased late of Dade County. Florida, to the Honorable County Judges of Dade ( ount>. and file the same In their office, in the Countv Courthouse In Dade (ounty, Florhla. within eight 9gS^JSSlSSm from the date of the first P" b 1 '.-''"" hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented rafoVesald or same will be barred. 1,tt,e SAWROSEN 0 ,95 ; %  As Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of M \x ROSEN, Deceased. JOSEPH GOLDEN Attorney for Executrix lit Beybold Bldg. Miami. Florida 1HI7-24-31 .— "''___ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS MOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that IhV^eSlgned. doalrln, to engage bi A J. MACRAE PALLOT. SILVER A MULLOY Attorneys for Owners 804 ingraham Bldg. 1 Miami. Fla. 10/17-24-31 — 11/T NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of MAXiiNS OF MIAMI, at 22S N. E. 1st Avenue and 443 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 'iwner Be: bold Bidg. 10'31 — 11/7-14-21 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 OF ORLANDO, at 6<> N. W. 13th street, Miami. Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, h '""'NATIONAL BEVERAGES. INC. BY: SAMUEL BLANK. President MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicant 10/31 — 11/7-14-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of BOMBAY LOUNGE, at 8901 Cqllins Wenue. Miami Beach. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, FlorlF FANNIE W'ol.l'E. Deceased. NOTICE Is hereby given that I have filed mv final report and petition for Final Discharge as Executor of the estate of FANNIE WOLPE. deceased; and that on the 21 day ..f November, 1151 will apply to one of the Honorable' Countv Judges of Dade County, Florida, for approval of Mid final report and for final discharge a; Executor of the Estate of FANNIE WOLPE, deceased. ,„.„ This 17th day of October. IMS. 8/ MYER A. WOI.PPPE As Executor of the Estate of Fannie Wolpe, Deceased. MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Executor i!L' Sevbold uildlng Miami" J2. Horlda 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. CALDON1A LANE, Plaintiff, DAVID LANE, Defendant TO: DAVID LANE YO d u" S ARE k HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are required U) serve a copy of your Answer or pleading to the 1 OI Complaint On the plaintiffs attorney. BEN ESSEN, and file the original Answer or pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 19th day of November, 1952. oherwise the Bill of Complaint for Divorce heretofore filed herein will be taken as confessed by you. l,ated: Jftgt^riW^gL Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) STOCK Deputy Clerk. BEN ESSEN Attorney for Plaintiff S23 Seybold Bldg. Miami, Florida 10/24-31 11 /7-14 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! Tha IswlSh Floridlcm %  %  dli Toui l4Kjal nottctsm. W crpptwCkits T patronage and (juaranftM acc ur ate atwrlo* at teqal rale*. Phone 2-1141 lor ms-gsenger s-nrict. SEITUN & COMPANY PERSONAL ANO COMMERCIAL COVERAGE! PHONE 9-3836 19 N.C. In* ST. MIAMI St. FLA.



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.; .iAfllJH >AY. NOVEMBER 7, 1952 rJemsti fttridUani \: : PAGE *i [ELIGIOUS DIRECTORY b;TH Di4V7D SYNAGOGUE Wickman and Ellard G. Conn. open its series of late Fritvening services tonight at p.m. Rabbi Max Shapiro Cantor Maurice Mamches officiate assisted by the Stult Choir under the direction of Jack Donnerstag. Subject discourse to be delivered by -fcbi Shapiro is scheduled as: I,, Are With Us. Floral offerIs are by Dr. Herbert Fletcher. Oneg Shabbat sponsored by f. and Mrs. Samuel Traurig will low. Saturday morning serv0 are at 9 a.m., when Rabbi lapiro will discuss the Weekly Irtion. Junior Congregation vices arc at 10:30 a.m. Daily rvices are at 8 a.m., and at bo p.m. Greater Miami's Synagogue Directory \C0RAL GABLES JEWISH FJVTER will hold Friday evenlg services at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi %  orris Skop will officiate and Isiuss: Approaching Jewish Kik Month. An exhibit of Jewclassics and recent Judaica ill be held in the Center Li|ary. Cantor Irving Robinson fill lead Congregational singing, laturday morning services are Vhcduled for 9:30 a.m., with Torll. readings and Kiddush of lanctification. • • • MIAMI BEACH JEWISH JESTER will hold Friday evenjig services at 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Irvine Lehrman will preach on |hc subject: The Genius Of America. Saturday morning services }:e scheduled for 9 a.m., with the Rabbi discussing the Weekly Portion. An afternoon Bible class .vill be at 4 p.m., followed by Mincha and Shalos Seudos. Can6(r David Silverman will chant %  the musical portions of all servliccs Daily services are at 8 a.m., land at 5:30 p.m. TEMPLE ISRAEL will hold iFriday evening services at 8:15 |p.m. Sisterhood Sabbath night will be celebrated at that time. Assisting Rabbi Joseph Narot will lie the Mesdames-Max Meisel, G. Louis Mendelson, Joseph R. Nar1 1 Leopold L. Schwartz, Harry V. Simons and Henry E. Wolff. Acting as ushers and hostesses will be the Mesdames Max Holtsberg, chairman, Stuart SGordon. William M. Lehman, Laurence S. Levenson, Spencer Rudnick, Joseph Ruffner, William Subject of Rabbi Narot's sermon is: Passion For Life. Cantor Jacob Bornstein will render the musical portions of all services. Saturday morning services will be at 11 a.m. • • HEBREW ACADEMY will hold Friday evening services at 5:20 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. An afternoon Oneg Shabbat for children will be at 3:30 p.m., with story-telling, singing, folk dancing and a quiz program under the direction of Mrs. Alexander Gross. Mrs. Joseph Shapiro will be chairman of the Oneg Shabbat. Mincha is at 5 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m., and at 5:20 p.m. Ahavas Israel— Rabbi Inaac Ever, Orthodox, u2S 78th Kt., Miami Beach. Beth David — Rabbi Max Shaplio, Conservative, 2625 SW 3rd Ave., Miami. Beth El—Pi. Shmaryahu Swlraky, Orthodox, r.OO KW 17th Ave., Miami. Bath Jacob—Rabbi Moset Mescheloff, Orthodox, 301-311 Wash. Ave MR. Beth Sholom—Rnbbi Leon Kroniah, Liberal, 4144 Phase Ave., M.B. Beth Tfilah—Rabbi Joseph Rackovi>ky, Orthodox, 935 Euclid Ace.. Miami Reach. Coral Gable*— Rabbi Morris Skop, Liberal. 320 Palermo Ave.. C. Gablea. Downtown Synaaopue—Orthodox, 135 NW 3rd Ave., Miami. Flaaler-Granada—50 NW 51st Place, Miami. Hebrew Academy — Rnbbl Alexander Gross, Orthodox, 918 6th St.. M.B. Hialeah-Miami Springs — Reverend Leo Helm, 951 E. 4th Ave.. Hialeah. Hollywood—Rabbi Jacob Honls, Conservative, 2080 Polk St., Hollywood. Israelite Center — Rabbi Abraham Sachs, Conservative. 3198 SW 24th Ter., Miami. Kneseth Israel—Rabbi Abraham Cassel. Orthodox. 1415 Euclid Ave.. Miami Reach. Miami Beach—Rabbi Irving lehrman, Conservative. 1701 Wash. Ave.. M.B. Miami Hebrew School—Rabbi fflmon April, Orthodox, 1101 SW 12lh Ave.. Miami. puting in a special Armistice World Of Politics. Junior ConService. Rabbi Alfred Waxman,! gregation services will be at 9 State Chaplain of JWV, will ofJ a.m., under the direction of Benficiate, with David Dresner, Post jamin Kamenitzky. Mincha is at Commander, assisting. Subject) 5:15 p.m., followed by Shalos of the Rabbi's discourse is schedSeudos. Rabbi Mescheloff ulcd as: Let Us Not Forget. Mrs. Ralph Turner, Ladies Auxiliary Commander, will bless the Sabbath candles. Members of the Auxiliary will be hostesses at the Oneg Shabbat following. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., with Junior Congregation services scheduled for 11. Afternoon services will be at 5 p.m., when Rabbi Waxman will discuss the Weekly Portion. Shalos Seudos will conclude the Sabbath. • • BETH JACOB CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening preach on the Weekly Portion. • TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER will hold Saturday morning services at 9 a.m. • • HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m. Nathan Becker, chairman of the Board, will read. Reverend Leo Heim will discuss: Abraham — Symbol Of Humanity. An Oneg Shabbat will follow, with Mr. and Mrs. Max Goldstein as hosts. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. %  WW ..1 %  as 1 %  % T ..iw services at 5:15 p.m. Saturday t when Herbert, son of Mr. and morning services are scheduled I Mrs. Abraham Klinghoffer will become Bar Mitzvah. for 8:30 a.m., with Cantor Aaron | Del ^_ Weingarten chanting the liturgy. NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER will hold late Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will officiate and discuss: The Eternal Book. Junior Congregation services are Saturday morning at 10 a.m. Cantor Edward Klein will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Daily services are at 8 a.m., and at 5:45 p.m. &f • BETH TFILAH CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m., when Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky will discuss the Weekly Portion. At 4:15 p.m., he will speak on: Heavenly Visitors. Mincha is at 4:45 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos and Maariv. Ml mil TVei'IIKai ICI1 OMSUUI "'= ii.u>6J.| North Dade-Rabbl Harry KU|n:: r Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will ofi Conservative. 13630 W. Dixie HighD„W ;,., in *,__ %  M. ..... ficiate and discuss: Religion in I Sea or Phons Ma NAT GANS 3-4616 — 4-9981 LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS Metropolitan Lite Ins. Co. •07 Blacayns Bldg. 19 W. Flaglsr St. M/AM7 HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:15 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m., when Rabbi Simon April will discuss: When Does Education Begin? A class in Mishna is scheduled for 4 p.m., followed by Mincha and Maariv. • • • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Leon Kronish oficiating and discussing: Does God Demand The Sacrifice Of Our Children. Text of the Rabbi's discourse will be based on Chapter XII of Genesis and on Zelda Popkin's novel, Quiet Street. Saturday morning services are scheduled for 10:45 a.m., at which time the Bar Mitzvoth of Alan R. Turner, son of Mrs. Neal Basil and Mr. Ben Turner, and of Michael A. Wasserman, son of Mrs. Daisy Wasserman, will take place. The musical portions of all services will be rendered by Cantor Samuel Kelemer. • • • ISRAELITE CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 5:30 pm. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Rabbi H. M. Kagan will discuss the Weekly Portion. Mincha is at 5:30 p.m., followed bv Shalos Seudos. • • • BETH EL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at sundown. Saturday morning services are scheduled for 8:JO a m At 10:15 a.m., Rabbi Shmarway, North Miami. North Shore—Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Conservative, 620 75th St., Miami Reach. Temple Israel—Or. Joseph Narot, Reform. 137 NK 19th St.. Miami. Tifereth Israel — 6500 N. Miami Ave.. Miami. West Miami—Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Conservative, 5720 SW 17th St., Miami. Young Israel — Orthdox, 4001 Chase A., Miami Beach. Zamora—Reverend Rudolf Brill, Conservative. 44 Zamora Ave., Coral Oables. yahu T. Swirsky will discuss: I The Cry For The Just. Class in Talmud will be at 4 p.m. Mincha is at 4:45 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Junior Congregation services are in Yeshiva Hall at 10 a.m. • • • NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Harry Ettinger officiating and Cantor Alexander Cohen assisting. Topic of a sermon to be delivered by Rabbi Ettinger is scheduled as: Winning The Peace. An Oneg Shabbat will follow. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Politics Should Religion Be Partisan In Its Politics — Is There A Place For Religion In The PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. l W r *2? a4P^ Serving the Jewish And Only f ^ fa inop JEWISH f %  Community Since.926 MONUMENT BUILDERS Large Stock On Hand For Immediate Delivery! Exclusive Dealers ROCK of AGES MEMORIALS B 3fc' 4aj ^'i| ff^!**--m!g FLAGLER-GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are scheduled for 9 a.m. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. • • • ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will hold regular services Friday at 8:15 p.m., with Reverend Rudolf E. Brill officiating. An Oneg Shabbat will follow. Sat| urday services will begin at 9 a.m., with Kiddush following. Mincha is at 5:15 p.m. • &f KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:15 p.m. Saturday morning services are scheduled for 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Abraham Cassel will officiate and deliver the sermon. 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