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

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

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
>LUME 2-NUMBER 5
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1949
PRICE TEN CENTS
[/. S. Announces De Jure Status For Israel
Great Britain Grants De Facto Recognition
W, (JTA) The
govan nt this week
>ted full opnidon to the
Simultaneously, it
jurei recognition to
sued by the
Houm eadst "On Oct.
the redden! stated
t manent govern
ed la Israel it
promptly be given de
reeegniddp. Elections for
at were held
J Th" rotec hare been
___mad Us government
i beea officially; Informed of
r.uJts. The United Stales
ii therefore,
to lend de jure re-
' thj government of
M this date."
I. t with regard to
of Transjordan
ne time informal
lations have exist-
I United States gov-
the government of
! Transjordan. Con-
l eling of friend -
Ian, the United
tnt has supported
for membership in
:<*Ions. Today the
i g rremment has ex-
recognition to the
Transjordan."
"man signed the
de jure recogni-
the presence of
national presi-
B'i 1 B'rith, Maurice
secretary of the
Eddie Jacobson,
partner in
in
ica
non 'Zionist leaders
President Tru-
full recognition
truts issued by
ition of Amei -
American Jewish
for active U. S.
application for
the U.N.
Cease-Fire Proposal
In Israeli-Egyptian
Conflict Concluded
LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)Act-
ing mediator Ralph J. Bunche
notified the United Nations this
week that a formal cease-fire
agreement was concluded at
Rhodes between the Egyptian and
Israeli delegations before they re-
turned to their respective capitals
for government consultations on
the stalemated armistice negotia-
tions.
The agreement confirms a pre-
vious decision that a general
cease-fire should go into effect on
all -fronts and describes the new
accord as "a complete and en-
during cease-fire between all ele-
ments of our military or para-
military forces on land, sea and
in the air wherever located."
The Israelis Wednesday re-
jected the recommendations of
Bunche for a settlement of bound-
ary lines in the disputed Negev,
While this came as a surprise,
it was generally predicted it did
not mean an end to the Israeli-
Egyptian armistice talks unless
one of the disputants suddenly
breaks off further negotiations.
(In Haifa a reliable source said
Israel and Egypt may agree on
armistice terms within 24 hours.)
The mediator had submitted a
"Bunche line" for territorial divi-
sion of the Negev. While he was
preparing the proposal the Is-
raelis indicated they were willing
to make slight concessions. How-
ever, after a study of Bundle's
proposal they told him it was not
acceptable because it required
yielding territory.
Statement Issued By Israeli Consul General
While in Miami this week Arthur Lourie, Israeli Consul Gen-
eral, issued the following statement to the Jewish Floridian:
"I understand that a Mr. Rafael Halpern has been re-
ceiving funds in Miami on behalf of a physical training center
in Israel. On behalf of the Israeli authorities in this country
I would like to emphasize that Mr. Halpern's activities are
entirely without official sponsorship of any kind in Israel.
The only physical training center under public auspices in
Israel is the Wingate Training Center. Mr. Halpern has been
called upon to return to Israel for army duties and his con-
tinued presence in this country is unwarranted."
This statement was issued following numerous inquiries
received as to the validity of the drive for funds sought in this
area by Halpern.
Miami Delegates To Israel Describe
Modern, Thriving, Democratic New State
A modern, thriving, thoroughly
democratic Israel which was able
to offer a haven for 125,000 DP's
during the first year of its state-
hood is the picture which Rabbi
Leon Kronish and William D.
Singer, two members of Miami's
three-man delegation to the new
state, brought back to the com-
munity.
The group, which flew to Israel
last month, conferred with the
country's top-ranking officials in-
cluding Prime Minister Ben
Gurion, Moshe Shertok and Eliez-
J Reimburse Private Groups
(JfA)A resolution empowering the secretary-gen-
"ional Refugee Organization to reimburse private
1 movement of displaced persons to Israel, up to
was adopted here this week by the I.R.O. exe-
he resolution in effect rescinds an eight month-
assistance to refugees seeking to enter Israel.
Will Repeal Laws
&TA)__The- World Jewish Congress revealed this
received word from Guatemala that President
I Guatemalan Congress as its forthcoming session
iws which discriminate against the economic free-
dom the Middle East and Poland.
Miami's delegation to Israel
composed of William D. Singer
and Rabbis Max Shapiro and
Leon Kronish will be welcomed
home at a breakfast to be given
by the Keymen's Club of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion Sunday at 10 a.m. in Man-
ning's Restaurant
the
i la
imbers Leave For U. S.
CJTA)Members of the executive of the Jewish
% this week for the United States to participate
Jof the executive which is scheduled to be held
Of 1948 Combined Jewish
Being Distributed
live issue of
he 1948 Com-
eal campaign
and is being
8000 citizens
liami Jewish
Contributed to
Bier, president
liami Jewish
Dunced.
een judged by
, Federations
as one of the
1 informative
produced by
Lof those who
or more
have been listed in this year's
Honor Roll, Scher announced. Ap-
proximately 6000 names are in-
cluded.
In the center of the pamphlet
there is a two-page spread show-
ing a graphic picture of the growth
of the Greater Miami Federation.
The booklet also reveals the
names and short historical para-
graphs of all major beneficiary
organizations which participated
in the 1948 campaign.
"The Honor Roll will be of
great value to the workers in the
forthcoming campaign and of:
great interest tp the community
as a whole," Scher slated. I
er Kaplan, as well as leaders of
the Jewish Agency, which re-
ceives its funds from the United
Jewish Appeal.
The local delegation witnessed
the arrival of 19,000 internees
from Cyprus at Israel's busy
ports.
The Miamians report that 250,-
000 to 300,000 DP's are expected
to enter Israel during this year.
Cost for absorbing each of these
individuals is estimated at $1,000,
about half of which the Israeli
government defrays. The re-
mainder is supplied through phil-
anthropic agencies.
"If it were not for the immi-
grants," Singer states, "the State
of Israel would be entirely self-
supporting. Indeed, the whole
military budget has come from
Israeli government funds and not
from philanthropies. Since May
15 when the state was founded
$45,000,000 in loans have been
floated."
Rabbi Kronish states that the
plight of Jews in the Moslem-
dominated countries of North Af-
rica has become extremely diffi-
cult recently and many are at-
tempting to get into Israel. While
in Rome, the delegation, met a
group of refugees from that area
who had swum from Tripoli to a
boat offshore. The boat had taken
them to Rome where they were
staying in a JDC installation
awaiting transportation to Haifa.
The trio, who observed the
first Israeli elections, announce
that the election was most demo-
cratic in nature and that there
was no discrimination against the
Arabs. Prior to election day, the
group reveals, there was consid-
erable excitement, speech-making
and name-calling, but on election
day everything was calm and
orderly.
"Multiple housing units are
springing up all over the coun-
try," Singer states, "The princi-
pal agricultural product is citrus
and Israel shipped out 5,500,000
cases of oranges."
Hebrew is the chief language,
according to Rabbi Kronish, but
most people are able to converse
in English or Arabian as well.
There is absolutely no discrim-
ination against the Arabs, the
rabbi continues. They receive the
same wage rates as Jewish citi-
zens. Minimum wage in Israel is
about $4.50 per day, but skilled
laborers receive as much as $15.
The delegation will report its
findings to the Jewish community
to spur efforts to attain the $1,-
881,737 goal set by Federation for
the 1949 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal.
Rabbi Max Shapiro, third mem-
ber of the trio, stopped off in
New York for several days prior
to returning to Miami.
LONDON, (JTA)The blue-
and-white flag of Israel was
hoisted over Israel's offices here
this week following the official
announcement that Britain has
decided to grant the Jewish state
de facto recognition. The terse an-
nouncement read:
"His Majesty's Government in
the United Kingdom have de-
cided to accord de facto recogni-
tion to the Government of Is-
rael. They hope to arrange with
that government for the early
exchange of representatives."
Following the announcement of
British recognition of Israel, I. J.
Linton, acting Israeli representa-
tive here, was received by British
Foreign Secreta^ Ernest Bevin.
Their meeting was described as
"very cordial." He was accom-
panied by Dr. E. Yapou, of the
Israeli mission in London. The
two went to the Foreign Office
on foot because of the Sabbath.
Mapai Wins 44 Of 118 Seats In Israeli
Elections; Final Percentages Announced
TEL AVIV, (JTA)Final per-
centage results in Israel's first na-
tional elections were made known
here this week. They are:
Mapai, 35.82 percent; Mapam,
14.77; Religious Bloc, 12.35; He-
ruth, 11.52; General Zionists, 5.27;
Prorgressives, 4.14; Sephardim,
3.51; Communists, 3.51; Arab
Democrats, 1.72; Sternists, 1.24.
Approximately 3,500 votes are
required for each seat in the Con-
stituent Assembly. Some 85 per-
cent of the eligible voters cast
their ballots, it was announced.
Mapai obtained a total of 152,872
votes; Mapam, 63,107; Religious
Bloc, 52,633; Hcruth, 49,220; Gen-
eral Zionists, 22,524; Progressives,
17,680; Sephardim, 15,017; Com-
munists, 14,999; Nazareth Arab
ticket, 7,387; Sternists, 5,299;
Yemenites, 4,639. With the ex-
ception of WIZO, it is unlikely
that any minor candidates have
polled sufficient votes to seat any
candidates.
With 5,000 votes siiil to be
counted, rough distribution of the
Israeli Constituent Assembly's 118
seats follows: Mapai, 44; Mapam,
18; Religious Bloc, 15; Heruth, 14;
General Zionists, 7; Progressives,
5; Sephardim, 5; Communists, 4;
Nazareth Arabs, 3; Sternists, 1,
and Yemenites, 1.
Governor Declares
WarOnKuKluxKlan
Governor Fuller Warren an-
nounced last week that he will
ask the Florida legislature to out-
law the Ku Klux Klan and any
other "terrorist organization."
He made this announcement a
few hours after a motorcade
of hooded Klansmen paraded
through the capital. He said that
no Florida law now prevents
"such a mob of potential murder-
ers from parading in Florida.
"But I plan to ask the 1949
legislature to outlaw the Klan
and other such terrorist organiza-
tions," he said. "Such un-Ameri-
can mobs will not be allowed to
terrorize minority groups in this
state."
Upon hearing of the governor's
intention, Andrew W. Gottshall,
regional director of the National
Conference of Christian and Jews,
sent Warren the following letter:
"As the Florida Regional direct-
or of the National Conference of
Christians and Jews, I want to
commend you for the strong posi-
tion you have taken against the
activities of the KKK and similar
organizations as indicated by the
news story in today's (Saturday)
issues of the Miami papers.
"We earnestly hope you will
follow through with your de-
termination to introduce a bill
in the legislature at its next ses-
sion to outlaw the KKK and sim-
ilar organizations in Florida and
to this effort we pledge our ac-
tive and sincere support."
Members of the Miami Beach
Lodge B'nai B'rith adopted a
resolution commending the gov-
ernor on his forthright stand in
this matter. The text of the reso-
lution transmitted o Governor
Warren is as follows:
"Members of Miami Beach
Lodge 1591 B'nai B'rith in reg-
ular meeting assembled tonight
adopted following resolution. We
join with democracy-loving citi-
zens throughout our state in
commending your vigorous and
forthright stand in denouncing Ku
Klux Klan and hate organizations
which spread bigotry and disunity
and applauding your announced
intention to seek the outlawing of
such un-American groups in Flor-
ida. On behalf of our membership
I am directed to convey this reso-
lution to you and advise you of
our full support in your noble en-
deavor to preserve and advance
democracy in our state."


PAGE TWO
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tha-. it is the right ol every Jew
to settle in Israel. Private enti
prise should have :t; place, in
partnership with ... I enter-
prise, v.ithin the framework of a
panned economy, thus ensuring
th<; orderly development of the
country.
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ence for the Jewist people The
living reality of the Stat Is-
rael bears testimony to the party's
principles of pioneering and
practical idealism. Recognition
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president: J sretary:
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Boys between the ages of 10
and 15 are nvited 1 the
group which meets every Tuesdav
evening at 7 o'clock at the M
Y. Seymour Hinkea is leader of
the group. Any bovs inter' I
asked to call 3-5854.
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Segal.'s Fair Deal Platform In Part: Cooperation with other
Dade County Legislators, and with Gov. Fuller Warren's flood
- program Support to obtain a state medical school here.
A central state tax commission to level oft taxes more fairly
for Dade County. State aid for more playgrounds in Dade County.
(PaM Pol -VI'. >
Attention to every detail of Jewish religious
requirements in an atmosphere of beauty
and peace distinguishes our service to the
Jewish family.
Cur two complete funeral chapels are up-to-
the-minute in every detail of their equip-
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throughout.
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PRjpAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1949
fJenistifhricfMaigi
PAGE THREE
Temple Sisterhood
To Sponsor Annual
Inter-faith Tea
Invitations have been issued to
Miami women of all faiths who
arc active in religious and social
affairs to attend the annual inter-
faith tea to be given by the Sister-
hood of Temple Israel Monday
afternoon at 2 o'clock in the main
auditorium of the Temple. Ad-
dresses and music will carry out
the theme of brotherhood.
'Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will
pronounce the invocation. Dr.
Gordon W. Love joy, professor of
human relations at the University
of Miami, will be the principal
speaker. Dr. Andrew W. Gotts-
chall. director of the regional of-
fice of the National Conference
of Christians and Jews, will also
speak briefly.
The program will be preceded
by a short business meeting at
which Mrs. Isaac Levin, president,
will preside.
Hostesses for the afternoon in-
clude: Mrs. Harry V. Simon, chair-
man, Mrs. Morton Russack, Mrs.
Maurice Serotta, Mrs. Henry Wolff
and Mrs. Colman A. Zwitman.
Mrs Adolph Wertheimer will pre-
side over the tea table.
Presidents of all sisterhoods,
PTA's and all Jewish women's
organizations are invited to be
present, Mrs. Levin announces.
II ail assail Group
To Discuss JNF
At Meet Feb. 14
The Jewish National Fund, the
official land-buying agency for
the Jewish people in Palestine,
will be discussed at the next
meeting of the Miami Group of
Hadassah to be held on Monday,
February 14, at 1:30 p.m. at the
Miami Y. Mrs. Irving Genet, JNF
cl airman, will give a brief talk,
and Mrs. Minna Mell will explain
the significance of the purchase
of trees to be planted in Palestine,
which is part of the project. Mrs.
Mell will also discuss the part
that Hadassah has taken in the
reclamation of the soil in the
Haifa Bay area, in Upper Galilee
and in other parts of Israel
through the fund.
Highlighting the program will
be the review of the book, "Peace
of Mind," by Edward Clarke of
the University of Miami School
of Music faculty. Mr. Clarke is
well-known for his weekly talks
on books and music at the Miami
Women's Club, and has been af-
filiated with the University of Mi-
ami for the past fourteen years.
The public is invited to attend.
Hias Banquet Set
For Sunday \ itflil
The annual banquet given by
the Hias Peoples Tourist Commit-
tee will be held Sunday at 7:30
at the Victor Hotel, Miami Beach.
The affair which has been given
for the past 11 years by Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Miller in memory of
their son Victor, is being directed
by Joseph L. Tepper, chairman.
Greetings will be made by Rabbis
Leon Kronish, Irving i_,ehrman,
Moses Mescheloff and Max Shap-
iro, in addition to a member of
the board of directors of the Bos-
ton branch of Hias, Max Lef-
kowitz.
Rev. Maurice Mamches, Anna
Grossberg and Anyuta Melicov
will present a musical program.
Honor guests will be Abraham
Mazer and Samuel E. Bernstein.
MORGENTHAU AND MONTOR HEAD BIG
PEC INVESTMENT PROGRAM IN ISRAEL
Kolber Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Abra-
ham Kolber, formerly of 7742
Tatem Waterway, Miami Beach,
will take place Sunday at 2 p.m.
at Mount Nebo Cemetery with
Rabbi Murray Grauer officiating.
Relatives and friends are asked
to attend.
Pioneer Women To Hold
Special Meeting Tuesday
The Pioneer Women Club No.
One, Miami Beach, will hold a
special meeting Tuesday at 8 p.m.
at Congregation Beth Tfilah.
Final arrangements for the donor
dinner to be held February 13
will be made and members are
asked to pick up their tickets at
this meeting.
Rifke Wald, national chairman
for youth and education, who is
visiting with the Pioneer Wom-
en's Organizations in this area,
is expected to be present at this
meeting.
A nationwide effort to mobilize American capital for large-
scale investments in Israel has been inaugurated under the leader-
ship of Henry Morgenthau, Jr., (left) former Secretary of the
Treasury, who has just been elected chairman of the board of the
Palestine Economic Corporation. Henry Montor, (right) former
executive vice chairman of the United Jewish Appeal, has been
named vice president of the corporation, which wat founded in
1926 by the late Felix M. Warburg. Louis Marshall and Supreme
Court Justice Louis D. Brandeis.
Miami Chapter Cardiac
Home To Meet Tuesday
The Miami Chapter of the Na-
tional Children's Cardiac Home
will hold its monthly meeting
Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. at the Mel-
vin Cohen Hall of the home, 4250
West Flagler St.
Dienstag Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Louis
Dienstag, formerly of 2160 S.W.
16th St., will take place Thursday
at 11 a.m. at Mount Nebo Ceme-
tery with Rabbi Murray Grauer
officiating. Relatives and friends
are asked to be present.
Segall Announces
Campaign Platform
A fair deal for Dade County,
especially in equalization of taxes
and a speedy program for flood
control, is the campaign theme
being stressed this week by Sid-
ney L. Segall in his race for state
representative.
Segall is a candidate in the
special Democratic primary elec-
tion Monday, Feb. 7.
"As the largest and richest
county in the state," Segall said,
"Dade County now contributes
far more than its share to other
counties from racing, gasoline and
other taxes."
Segall also pledged support to
a flood control program calling
for liberal financial aid from the
federal government.
The candidate is a product of
Dade County schools, the Uni-
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Tropical Lodge
To Hoar Balkin
Gilbert J. Balkin. Florida re-
gional director of the Anti-De-
famation League of B'r.ai B'rith,
will be the featured speaker at a
joint meeting of the Tropical
Lodge and Women's Chapter of
B'nai B'rith Monday at 8:15 p.m.
in the conference room, Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, 420
Lincoln Road.
Balkin's subject will be "Action
for Democracy" and will launch
the first of a series of ADL nights.
The event is under the direction
of Al Gleiberman and Tropical
Lodge president, Irving Cypen,
will introduce the speaker.
Membership awards will be pre-
sented to Gershon Miller, Irving
Cypen and Leonard Lubitz for
achievement in the recent mem-
bership drive.
Clarke Will Speak At
Spinoza Forum Saturday
Edward Clarke of the Universi-
ty of Miami will be the guest
speaker at the Spinoza Forum to-
morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock at
the home of Dr. A. Wolfson,124
11th St., Miami Beach. Clarke
will review Mark van Doren's
book, "The Great Rehearsal or
the Founding of the American
Constitution."
The Friendship group will meet
Tuesday evening at the forum for
a social hour and to listen to the
Town Meeting of the Air. Last
Tuesday evening, Dr. Maurice M.
Shudofsky, professor of Hebrew
and English at the University of
Wisconsin, addressed the gather-
ing on the topic, "How Authentic
Is Sartre's Authentic Jew?"
On Wednesday night Charles H.
Lee will give his sixth lecture on
astronomy and on Thursday eve-
ning Dr. N. S. Hanoka will lecture
on health. The Vegetarian Society
of Greater Miami will meet at
the Forum Saturday night.
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY i i J
editorial
Jews in The Moslem Lands
Recent announcements from the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee indicate that in 1949 it will tackle
the vast problem of Jews in Moslem countries on
a larger scale than ever before.
During 1948, JDC appropriated nearly a million
dollars to assist Jews in these lands. This money
was allocated for health, educational and medical
programs, as well as for special emergency
grants.
Since the agency's 1948 budget was decided
upon, however the situation has deteriorated al-
armingly, especially since May, when the State
of Israel was proclaimed. Outbreaks of violence,
serious in themselves, have led to further dis-
location among the Jewish population. Many Jews
have been unjustly imprisoned, and thus pre-
vented from supporting their needy families.
Houses have been broken into and meager pos-
sessions looted. In addition the problem has been
aggravated by a steady worsening of already
overcrowded living conditions, caused by the
wholesale flight of Jews from rural areas to the
cities, where, they feel, they are safer from mob
violence. In short, the Jew has been demoted to
a third-class citizen.
But it must be pointed out that these are not
merely temporary, pogrom-born circumstances.
Rather, they are the dark extremes in a continuing
pattern of need and misery which will require
large-scale, long-term planning and work. No
American Jew can ignore or lightly dismiss, lor
example, the grave and frightful wretchedness
found in Casablanca's ghetto, where one out of
every four Jewish infants dies before the age of
one year, and where eighty per cent of those who
survive are stricken with either tuberculosis, or
trachoma. Here at least one case of contagious
tuberculosis is found in every family, and in-
credible overcrowding in squalid quarters helps
Warren Wilt Act
Governor Fuller Warren's outspoken condem
tion of the KKK was warmly greeted this week
Florida's Chief Executive made no bones 0||fi
attitude. The governor said he planned to s5
legislation, as far as Florida is concerned, toi
away with the KKK and with similar groups *!
organize to spread hate and intimidation.
It is our duty to get behind Governor '
LET IT COME TRUE
spread the disease. Rickets and malnutrition are
prevalent throughout the area. Fifteen thousand
Jewish children roam the dirty streets-children
with neither an education nor a trade, and with
little opportunity of obtaining either, since Jews
are not permitted to attend state elementary
schools in Morocco.
The work required on behalf of 70 per cent of
onaa s onier executive maae no bones q| |7
attitude. The governor said he planned to s<2
gislation, as far as Florida is conrorr,^ ,. .
ivay with the K
,-ganize to spre<
It is our duty to get nenind Governor Warren
in this mission. Contact your legislatorwrite E
Governor. Translate these sentiments into action1
investigate
The statement by Consul General Arthur Lourk
appearing in this week's issue concerns itself
with the unsanctioned appeal for funds for a
physical culture institute in Israel. The party |
question came to town, secured liberal publicity
cooperation of hotels and individuals for a m!
sumably worthy cause; it has proved otherwise.
This incident once more presents the oppoj.
tunity to emphasize the need for careful scrutiny
and investigation of the many attempts in this
area to secure funds.
When approached, call the Jewish Federation,
call our office, call your Rabbimake sure your
efforts, your good name and money are not
wasted.
the 256,000 Jews in the Moroccos, 40 per cent &
the 140,000 in Algeria, 85 per cent of the 130,000
who are in Iran, and 60 per cent of the 105,000
Tunisian Jews equals in scope the job under-
taken and successfully carried out for the 1,400,000
Jewish survivors in Europe. Now that the latter
have reached a certain degree of stabilization, and
the DP camps are rapidly emptying, JDC is in a
more favorable position to devote a greater effort
to still another task of huge dimensions.
Exercise your franchiseBe sure to vote
Orlando Rabbi
Will S|Mali At
Gables Center
Rabbi Morris A. Skop, spiritual
loader of Congregation Ohev
Shalom, Orlando, will be the
guest speaker of the Coral Gables
Jewish Center, at a meeting to be
held Sunday evening at 8 o'clock
at the Hillel House, 3306 Ponce
de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables.
Rabbi Skop attended the Yes-
hivah of Harlem, the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary and graduated
from the Jewish Institute of Re-
ligion of New York in 1937. He
is secretary of the Association of
Florida Rabbis, chairman of the
committees on Jewish education
and religion in public schools of
the Florida State Federation of
B'nai B'rith Lodges, president of
Central Florida Zionist District,
a member of Orlando Rotary
Club, executive committee of
Orange County Red Cross, 32nd
Degree Mason, Shriner and a
member of the Orlando Mayor's
interracial committee.
Rabbi Skop is the author of
"The Road From Prejudice," "The
Human Right To Be Different,"
"Tolerance," "My First Year in
the Rabbinate," "Pan-America in
High School," "Personalities in
Florida Jewry," and "Brotherhood
in Practice."
Sam Silver, president of the
Center, will preside at the meet-
ing, and Director Robert Berg-
man will introduce the guest
speaker.
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Elman To
In Concert
Appear
Monday
Mischa Elman, world renownei
violinist, will appear ;us tin third
artist in the Community Concert
Series, sponsored by the Miami
Beach YM & WHA, Monday night
at 8 o'clock at Miami Beach High
school auditorium.
Elman, who celebrated his 58th
birthday last month, has ben on
the concert stage for over 40
years. He played for the first time
in public at the age of five. At
ten, when hebecame the first of
ten, when he became the first of
ders, he could toss off a difficult
Paganini etude at first glance.
Two years later he made his pro-
fessional debut in Berlin and
startled a musiqal world which
has paid homage to him ever
since. At 17, he made his first
New York appearance and re-
ceived a tremendous ovation. He
gave 21 additional concerts that
season in New York alone. It is
a record that has never been
broken.
The violin virtuoso's popularity
and success have grown with the
years. His name is a housel
word all over the world and the
phrase, "Elman Tone," has be-
come synonomous with rich beau-
tiful violin sonority. He is one
of the few serious artists who
can boast a sale of recordings
over the two million mark and
one who can command a figure
rivaling a Hollywood star for his
services. He was the first artist
who was able to appear on the
concert platform all over the
country in a full program without
an added assisting artist. He was
also the first to tour China and
Japan.
Some tickets for the concert are
still available and may be had by
calling the Miami Beach Y.
Soprano To Sinai
M Una. IK'riih
I fashion Show
C< 1 lia Dui nas, coloratura so-
from (' lumbi i, South
Ann rica
Luncheon w > i bi
nsored bj I Miami Bi
Chi pier of B'nai B'rith Wo 11 i
Tuesday ;.t the Delano Hotel, ac-
to Mn Hai ry Kaufman,
program chairman foi the i vent.
Miss Duenas,
departnu nt of 1
mi and a stu I Vrturo di
Filippi, made hi i di
1948 as Gilda in the Opera
Guild production of "Rigolctl
Miss Duenas sang the role of the
high priestrcss in the reci nt pro-
duction of "Aida."
Eve Telegan, radio nmenl
tor, will present the models, who
will l).' attired in co tume
Margaret Newman. M
furnished by Mai Mai
Proceeds from thi lui chi n
earmarked for the Opl
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Volume 22 Number 5
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1949
SHEVAT 5, 5709
Beach Mizrachi To
Mark Opening of 1st
Israeli Parliament
T: i first Parliament in Israel.
in Jerusalem Mon-
day, February 14, and the first
ir Day to be celebrated since
tion of Israel, will be
ke I at an affair set for Sat-
i ening, Fi bruary 12, at 9
at the Tides Hotel, 1220
0 i an Dr., by tl e Men's Chap-
ter. Women's Division, Hapoel
HaMizrachi and Young Israel of
the Miami Beach Mizrachi.
The event which will serve as
monstration of solidarity with
1 i, will feature a guest speak-
nd a guest centor from New
York City. Greetings will be giv-
en by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff,
R Joseph E. Rackovsky, Rabbi
Murray Grauer and Rabbi Simon
April.
1 pating in the musical
I ortion of the program will be
Cantor Maurice Mamches, Cantor
Beach Y Organizes New '; Kelemer and Cantor Mil-
TpwicV. C:j:, Ii-4 : Freedman. Refreshments will
Jewish btudies Institute he, erved by the women's division
Dade County Extends
Polio Fund Campaign
The March of Dimes campaip
scheduled to close last Monday
throughout the nation, has been
extended in Dade County, Neil J.
Hayes, campaign director, an-
nounced this week.
Extending the drive locally.
Hayes explained, will give hotels,
civic clubs and business firms
which have benefits scheduled
time to carry out their plans.
The national goal is $30,000,001
and Dade County is striving U
raise $200,000 of this amount,
Hayes said.
He estimated this week thai
$75,000 had been collected here
and that this amount would M
greatly increased when money
from all sources has been col-
lected.
The Young Adult if thi
Miami Beach V. consisting
presentatives fr<
organizations as wi I] a
with Mi Herman Stein, Cleve-
hostess,
Chairman of arrangements of
Rabbi Isaac
Golden Age Club
To Install Leaders
Zionist Youth Commission
To Meet At Beth David
The Greater Miami Zionist
Youth Commission will meet
Wednesday at Beth David Con-
gregation, Dr. J. E. Edelman,
chairman, has announced. The
Youth Commission, which has
heretofore met regularly in Mi-
ami Beach, will hold this and
future meetings in Miami in
recognition of the expanded Zion-
ist youth work in the Miami area
Within the past year the follow-
= ------- "- < u .i- :: ii .m la nauDl
hundred young p, t affili- H Kv''' southern director Yes-
ated with groups, announci | University.
formation of an Institute oi Jev -I
ish studies for Miami B<
institute, sponsored jointly in- the
Miami Beach Y and the Bu. au
of Jewish Education, will hold its
first meeting Thu: | ,. .,
oYlock at the Beach V
The committee in cl V Enla.nder will be in-
Sists of; Fred SewaU S ir ". 7 '' ***** f the Golden
Ethel HoffmarTl, ^P Club Sunday af-
Fleischer an jj J" 2 '<*** at thelliiaml
Pomerantz of E rWa.? ,, "S,hn of icer will be his
hmon Englander.
. 0thers who will take office at
'" ceremonies are Mrs. Louis
;"'<. Mrs. Gus Ginsburg, Jack
ing Zionist young adult indvmithi u ''nd Louis wntraub.
groups have bin organized"ta'diSS**. ST0""""' e*ive
Miami: Jr. Hadassah *- Will serve as
Sachs as president; v '' ,"f ceremonial for the oc-
Herman Stainmar, as pr( ,., ,, ," ."ldRLeo" Kaplan, presi-
and several Young Judae a ?on Essen. vice presi-
with members rfnging L age V"1 *' ** "*"*
from io to 18 Gilbert lUwraiH tin l, Kram wlU follow tne in"
:ernr.nies. Participants
eration
onist l_.
Coral Gables.
fomerantz of the Burau o
ish Education wi]
rector.
the newly-elected presiden
IZFA (Intercollegiate aoSstFeS "h"^ B,ake' formery "-
eration of America, the gene, V '"", l*lth station WCAU,
Zionist campus group which me ^ Ro e' ''. '^ S"'Uff' Bott' Mra"
m Coral Gables. 51K"' H'bblns' Dou8las C. Williams
^d Alex Drucker.
Mrs. Kogan To Entertain
Veterans at Draper-Adler
Recital February 24
Mrs. Alexander Kogan, meffl-
ber of the board of Hadassah,,m
be one of the patronesses at w
Paul Draper-Larry Adler reciw
to be sponsored by Junior B
dassah February 24 at MuniopJ
Auditorium under Ruth BrotrMJ
managership. Mrs. Kogan na
vited 10 veterans from Pra"n
pital to be her guests at tne
cital. Mrs. Muriel Hirsch, another
patroness, will be hostess w
guests from the Lighthouse
the Blind. ,u
Among others working to in**
this recital a success are the i
dames Abraham Goodman,, ijr
Ell. H. C. Moser, Milton SjjJ
Frieda Leslie and Miss Mma
Sirkin. ____
SchlffTo Address
Young Adult Rally
the New Jersey Federa icnrt
& WHAa and national a^5
chairman of the Youth AJ
Council of the Joint D" ^
Committee. wiU be guertjJZZ
at a rally sponsored by in ^
Adult Unit of the Great*ijj
Jewish Federation Sunday
at the Miami Beach Y. ^
! Tfaa raUy will be the ^
board for the Young AcuB
participation in the
1 bined Jewish App*-'al
1949 Co*


UDAY. FEBRUARY 4, 1949
*Jewisli fkriaft^jn
PAGE FIVE
ioutheastern Region Of JDC To Hold
hird Annual Conference In Jacksonville
A panel of leading authorities
the situation of Europe's Jews
ind American efforts in their be-
lalf will speak at the third an-
lital ronference of the Joint Dis-
tribution Committee's southeast-
ern region Sunday afternoon in
the Hotel Roosevelt, Jacksonville,
illiam P- Engel of Birmingham,
regional chairman, announced this
Edward M. M. Warburg, chair-
Dan of the JDC, major American
feeenev aiding distressed Jews
Cverseas, and Dr. Isador Lubin,
fijnited States representative on
[the UN. Economic and Employ-
L | t Commission, will deliver
Rhc principal addresses at the
(r,),! ling's general session begin-
ning at 2 p.m. The meeting will
|be open to the public.
No funds will be solicited at
Ithe meeting, which will be at-
tended by Jewish leaders from
nine states in the southeast. En-
jgcl explained that funds for
JDC's resettlement, reconstruc-
tion and relief operations in
Europe, North Africa and other
(areas are derived from the $250,-
000.000 nationwide campaign of
Ithe United Jewish Appeal.
Both Warburg and Dr. Lubin,
I who is also a member of the JDC
executive, administration and re-
Iconstruction committees, recently
returned from Europe, where
they studied first-hand the pro-
gress of Europe's Jews toward
recovery, as well as their current
needs.
At three concurrent sessions
Sunday morning, the southeast-
ern region will hold its annual
business meeting to elect officers
ar.d discuss plans for JDC re-
gional activity during the year.
Southeastern leaders of JDC's
Supplies for Overseas Survivors
collection, a nationwide drive for
Samuel B. Gilbert To
Become Bar Mitzvah
Mr. and Mrs. Harry S. Gilbert,
formerly of Philadelphia, now re-
siding at 3677
jS.W. 23rd St.,
jannounce that
Jtheir son, Sam-
i.uel Berle, will
become Bar
J Mitzvah Satur-
day, February 12,
at 9:30 a.m. at
Ithe Congregation
Beth David.
Samuel is a
k ___ student at Shen-
andoah Junior
Samuel Berle High and a mem-
ber of Boy Scout Troop No. 89
of Beth David.
Samuel is a student at Shenan-
doah Junior High and a member
of Boy Scout Troop No. 89 of
Beth David.
A reception will follow the
ceremonies. Relatives and friends
are invited to attend.
contributions or relief-in-kind,
will meet and young adult lead-
ers of JDC's National Youth Ad-
visory Council will elect officers
and discuss youth participation
in overseas aid activities.
Officers of JDC's southeastern
region include Stanley C. Myers
and William D. Singer of Miami,
vice chairmen.
Beth David Will
Dedicate Site
For Synagogue
Congregation Beth David, of
which Rabbi Max Shapiro has
been spiritual leader for the past
16 years, will dedicate the new
site for its synagogue, S.W. Third
Ave. (Coral Way) and 26th Road,
Sunday, February 13, according
to Sidney Lefcourt, chairman of
the steering committee.
After months of serious deliber-
ation, plans have been approved
and work will begin immediately
on the million dollar structure.
When completed it will be one of
the most modern synagogues in
America, Lefcourt reports. Plans
call for a three-fold structure to
include a main center temple with
a seating capacity of 2500, a class-
room wing to be composed of
thirty rooms and an auxiliary
chapel, and another wing for
auditorium and recreational facili-
ties with kitchen and banquet
room. The building will be air
conditioned throughout. In addi-
tion, there will be playground
facilities for children.
A number of prominent indi-
viduals are expected to attend the
dedication ceremonies which are
being arranged by Louis Heiman
and Herbert Scher. Cantors and
rabbis of the area will participate
in the program. The Sunday
school children, under the direc-
tion of education director, Jerome
Gordon, will plant the first trees
on the grounds in honor of this
occasion and Tv-B'shvat, Jewish
Arbor Day, which falls during this
same period.
"This dedication marks a mile-
stone in the history of Miami's
pioneer synagogue, the culmina-
tion of a long hoped-for dream
to provide temple of adequate
beauty to accomodate the rapid
growth of our community," Lef-
court said.
On the dedication committee
are Herbert E. Scher, Louis Hei-
man, program; Harry Gordon,
Jerome Gordon, Bernard Sterl-
ing, publicity.
Sorority Luncheon
Phi Sigma Sigma sorority will
honor Laurie Whatson and Doris
Hoffman, graduating seniors, at a
luncheon Saturday, February 5.
The affair will be held at the
Ritza Plaza Hotel, Miami Beach
at 1:30 p.m.
Registration Increases At
Jewish Studies Institute
An ever-increasing interest by
adults in Jewish Education has
been shown by the marked rise in
registration for the spring semes-
ter at the Institute of Jewish
Studies For Adults. The total reg-
istration now stands well over the
hundred mark.
The institute is sponsored by
the Bureau of Jewish Education,
Beth David, Beth El, and Miami
YMHA, and is housed in the Beth
El at S. W. 17th Ave. and 5th
St. The curriculum includes
courses in beginners and ad-
vanced Hebrew, beginners Yid-
dish, Yiddish literature, Jewish
history, the Bible, and the history
of Zionism. The institute meets
every Monday night from 7:30 to
10:30 p.m. Additional registration
for the spring semester will take
place Monday at 7:30 p.m. at the
Beth El. Tuition is free.
Sorority Open House
Tau Alpha Omega social club
will hold an open house Sunday
at 8:30 p.m. at 1230 S.W. 2nd
Ave. The event will honor the
Misses Rosalee Margolis and Rita
Speisman, who graduate from
Miami Senior High tonight.
Daughters Of Israel
To Meet Monday Night
The Daughters of Israel of Mi-
ami Beach will hold a meeting
and election of officers at 8 p.m.
Monday at the Hotel Helene, 1030
15th St., Miami Beach.
The organization will tender a
banquet March 6 at 7 p.m. at the
Hotel Helene in honor of Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Reinhard, 306 Eu-
clid Ave., for their contributions
to the construction of a Mikvah
in Miami Beach.
Mrs. Blanche Schechter an-
nounces that a donation of ten
dollars will entitle individuals to
a ticket to the banquet, as well
as a year's membership.
ENROLL NOW
INSTITUTE OF JEWISH STUDIES
FOR YOUNG ADULTS AND ADULTS
Conversational Hebrew Yiddish Jewish History
Yiddish Literature Bible History of Zionism
Songs and Folk Dances of Israel Philosophy
ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING
THURSDAY, FEB. 10th, 8;30 P. M.
Y.M. 4 W.H.A. OF MIAMI BEACH 1536 BAY ROAD
SPONSORED BY JEWISH YOUNG ADULT COUNCIL
In conjunction with the Bureau of Jewish Education
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY, ,^
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
Congregation Beth Jacob (Or-
thodox), 301-311 Washington Ave..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff.
Friday evening services at 5:80 p.m.
Law Friday evening forum
U,,v Scout Sabbath will be celebrated.
Scout Troops So 24, S5, 15, 66 and S3
and Cub S. "in Pack 23 will Part,P*te:
Knl.l-1 MeBcheloff will upeaK on uii.u
Will Vou Leavf Hchliul?" Kev Philip
Fried will lead In the communal smg-
Ing assisted bj the Beth Jai ob Ki
llglous school chours Earl} Saturdaj
morning sei vlci b( 6 i Ri gular ban-
bath sei vice at 8:30 I m. Rabbi M<
cheloff will preach ." 'Leaving;
Ram. Bes J mloi servli es held ror
children of elementar>' school <*< i"
the Religious School annex at 10 a.m.
under direction ui .Max Uertman ol tlie
faculty. Klddush will be served under
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Rabbi Meschelofl will speak on the
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Congregation Beth David (Con-
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Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice
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Late Friday evening services at 8:15. i
Cantor Maurice Mamvhes will officiate.
Louis Helmun, Miami attorney, will be
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Rose. Mr. and Mrs Meyer Forei and
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Bible i lass under direction pf
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Rabbi Max Shapiro will present th,-
first official report on his Journey
through Israel to Beth David Congre-
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Congregation Beth El (Ortho-
dox), 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi
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Friday evening service! at 5:15.
Friday evening forum at 8:80 p.m.
Rabbi Ira in i a 111 b leak on "Israel
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Students' services at 1" a.m. Saturday,
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Sunday School at 10 a in. Daddies
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Coral Gables Jewish Center
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Jewish patients and residents of the
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day and Thursday
Temple Beth Sholom (Liberal).
4144 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach.
Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor
Samuel Kelemer.
Friday evening services at 8:1",
Rabbi Leon Kronish
hts of his trip to Is-
rael. Sabbath set vlci
Children's birthday blessing. Sunday
school at 9:46 for children from 4'* t>
15 Hebrew classes weekdays from
3:15 for children 7'i to 14.
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thodox), 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami
Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
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Between You and Me
By BORIS SMOLAR
(Copyright, 1948, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
9
Washington Moods:
With the elections in Israel over,
sentiment in Washington is grow-
ing that Israel, not the Arab
countries, may turn out to be a
strong ally of the Western powers
if war breaks out in the Middle
East Many now have come
to the conclusion that although
Soviet Russia strongly supported
the establishment of the Jewish
state, the Israeli government is
pro-American, not pro-Soviet .
And there are even some who
are of the opinion that the Is-
raeli Army, small but well-organ-
ized and experienced in battle,
may bar the way to a Russian ad-
vance into North Africa They
foresee the possibility of a Rus-
sian invasion into the Middle East
. They estimate that Russia
could reach the oil fields of Iraq
within a week or so They re-
veal that the bases now available
to the Western powers in the Arab
countries are undermanned and
poorly equipped for defense
against a major power And
they even go so far as to state
that Westerners living in the Arab
countries are resigned to the idea
that the Russians can move in
there when they like, if they
should decide on war Under
these circumstances, Israel, the
Suez Canal and Cyprus are con-
sidered by them as the first line
of defense for the Western powers
. The main Western military
and air bases for war in the Mid-
dle East, under existing plans,
are to be in Libya, the Sudan and
Eritrea This is because of the
existing theory that even if the
Soviet advance were halted at the
Israeli border, the bulk of the
Middle East would be in Russian
control Experts now believe
that when war comes to the Mid-
dle East, the oil in Arab lands
must be written off as lost to both
sides And the idea is now
taking hold to consider Arab oil
as a peacetime asset, not a war-
time asset Those advancing
this idea base it on reports from
the scene that the Russians, once
started, can sweep through Iran,
cut pipe lines and seal off whole
territories The West can
harass the region, but cannot keep
it, they think Hence nobody
will get the Arab oil in a shoot-
ing war .

Zionist Affairs:
Dr. Abba Hillel Silver and Dr.
Emanuel Neumann will soon be-
gin a tour throughout the coun-
try .. The two Zionist leaders
are determined to fortify the posi-
tion they have taken to the effect
that the Jewish Agency executive
has no jurisdiction to interfere in
the internal affairs of the United
Jewish Appeal And their tour
will be "in the interest of better
clarification of the current situa-
tion in American Zionism" .
All this has much to do with at-
tempts which are still being made
by some members of the Jewish
Agency executive to bring Montor
back into the United Jewish Ap-
Meanwhile this year's
Irving Miller have been men-
tioned as likely candidates .
But all indications point to the
fact that Herman L. Weisman, na-
tional chairman of the United
Palestine Appeal, will be the can-
didate whom Silver and Neumann
will back for the Z.O.A. presi-
dency ... As the time of the
Weizmann-Truman dinner ap-
proaches, Meyer Weisgal, who is
arranging this affair for the bene-
fit of the Weizmann Institute, is
being flooded with requests for
reservations The dinner is to
take place on Feb. 19 at the Wal-
dorf-Astoria, and it was indicated
that Truman may offer his per-
sonal airplane to Weizmann to
bring the Israeli President to New
York There are also many
people asking Weisgal to secure
for them from President Weiz-
mann an autographed copy of his
book, "Trial and Error," which has
just been published in this coun-
try One Jewish leader who
asked for such an autographed
copy was told by Weisgal that he
will get it if his community con-
tributes no less than $100,000 to
the Weizmann Institute .
Past and Present:
The Central Yiddish Culture
Organization has issued the
second volume of "The Yiddish
People," a Jewish encyclopedic
handbook in English Those
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which was published about a year
ago, will look forward to acquir-
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I, will find great interest in Vol-
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social, national, political and cul-
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about the Jewish population in
the United States, Canada and
Israel The volume also con-
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Jewish colonization in Russia un-
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Canada and Argentina And
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of 1945 There is also an in-
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Zionism, beginning with 1862 and
up to the present day Readers
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"The Jewish People" expert
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education in the United States,
Latin America, Eastern Europe,
the British Commonwealth, Pal-
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And those interested in the Jew-
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this volume basic articles on this
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Jewish social and national life,
and studies on Jewish law, Jew-
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life in the U.S. and other coun-
tries All in all it is a collec-
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campaign for the United Jewish
Appeal has begun as usual in a
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Z.O.A. the question is now being basic aspects of Jewish life^con-
discussed as to who shall be the taming excellent background and
next president of the organiza
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data based on many years of re-
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4,
Joy Simonhoff Exchanges Nuptial Vows
With Albert Epstein At Temple Israel
Under an improvised canopy of
palms and white gladioli, Joy
Ruth Simonhoff. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Simonhoff of this
city, exchanged marriage vows
with Albert Irving Epstein, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Epstein,
Brooklyn, N. Y. The ceremony
was performed by Dr. Jacob H.
Kaplan Sunday afternoon at Tem-
ple Israel. Cantor Jacob Y. Gold-
ring of the Miami Beach Jewish
Center chanted the traditional
Hebrew liturgy. Instead of the
usual "Bridal March" from Lo-
hengrin, Mrs. Annie Laurie Lee
played the "Priests March" from
Mendelsohn"s Athaliah.
Given in marriage by her
father, the bride wore a gown of
white duches satin trimmed in
Chantilly lace. Her illusion veil
clasped to a chaplet of pearLs foil
full length. The bride carried a
bouquet of white roses and or-
chids.
Elaine Simonhoff, sister of the
bride, was maid of honor. She
wore champagne Chantilly lace
over brocaded satin and carried
a Douquet of yellow roses. Mrs.
Daniel Hammond, Rochester, N.
Y., cousin of the bride, served as
matron of honor. She was attired
in pale blue satin and wore a
picture hat. Bridesmatrons were
Mrs Edward Rubin, Mrs. Charles
Robins and Mrs. Emanuel Smith.
Df-niel Epstein served as his
brother's best man. Ushers were
Dr. Daniel Hammond. Rochester,
N. Y.; Charles Robins, Baltimore,
Md.; Raymond Freeman, Fort
Lauderdale; Sy Robins, Edward
Rubin and Emanuel Smith, all of
Miami
A reception followed the cere-
mony The bride's mother fr-eeted
guests in a black lace dress over
pale blue taffeta and a hat trim-
med with pale blue irridescent! Ellison, Charleston. S. C; Mr. and
Hadassali Croup
Postpones Bazaar
I mil February 20
The Miami Beach Business and
Professional Wom
Hi lassah lias postponed its
zaar and carnival, originally
scheduled for V-
Pel i y 20, Lillian G
president, annoui I
will he held ,,t the Miami B<
v : m to 10 p.m.
There will be at leasi ten
booths 'Ait lispla; i '
dise, noveltii s, Palest
des, Games will be |
throughout the afternoon and eve-
ning. The Mass Junior Ha-
ll will partii in the
undertaki:. MlSS
Goodman.
Procee Is froi -; vill go
toward II projects
,
Mrs. Albert 1. Epstein
pearls. The bridegroom's mother
was attired in cocoa charmeuse
trimmed with lace and boading.
A oinner party for the immediate
family and out-of-town guests fol-
lowed the reception.
Out-of-town guests included
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Epstein. Mrs.
J. Levine, Mrs. Helen Levine.
Mrs. Sarah Behrman, Mrs. Mor-
ton Katz, Mrs. Jules Katz. Mr. and
Mrs. George Kelrick, all of New
York; Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Robins, Mrs. Herbert Hammond.
Baltimore, Md.; Dr. and Mrs.
Daniel Hammond, Rochester, N.
Y.; Mrs. Abraham Schindel, East
Orange, N. J.; Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
uel Basker, Tampa; Mrs. Celc
Mrs. Mike Greenblatt, Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Greenblatt, Atlanta,
Ga.
Following the dinner, t e
couple flew to Havana wl
they are staying in the Nacional
Hotel. They will make their hi
in New York,
Dorothy Bloom Wed
In Ii-win Shapiro
Following a honeymoon in
Mr and Mrs. Irwin Shapiro
are residing in Miami Beach.
Their marriage was an event of
January 9 at the King Cole Hotel,
Miami Beach.
The bride, the former Dorothy
aughter of Mr. and Mrs.
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Gables Jewish Center will hold
its first luncheon and card g
Wednesday at 12:30 pin at the
home of Mrs. Sam Kitman, 2301
S.W. 24th Terr. Proceeds will be
the kit-
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Joan Beverly Bloom
Betrothal Revealed
The engagement of Joan Bev-
erly Bloom to David J Dubov, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Louis R. Dubov,
812 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach,
has been announced by her pa-
rents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip M.
Bloom, 2120 S.W. 24th St.
Miss Bloom attends the Patiricia
Vance Modeling School. If. i t.
ance is a senior at the University
of Miami.
frwin Shapiro
fing< rtip veil with clusters of
satin flowers on either side of her
illiisior. headpiece.
Mai 1 ol honor for her sister
was Ruth Bloom. Mrs. Joe Flax,
Arlington, Va., sister of the bride-
groom, served as matron of honor.
Karl Pertnoy was best man.
were Dave Miller, Mike
Margolis, Bernard and Harold
Berkow.
Patricia Ann Sykes was flower
girl and Joel Kenbaum was ring
bearer.
The groom is the son of Mrs.
el Shapiro, Baltimore, Md.,
and t! e late Mr. Shapiro.
Mrs. Max Feld Fetes
Husband at Luncheon
A buffet luncheon and garde:,
party in celebration of Max P.
Felds admission to the practice
of certified public accountancy
was given by his wife. Mrs. Flor-
ence K. Feld on Sunday after-
noon at their home, 1272 SW
22nd Terr.
Among the 200
were Rabbi and Mrs. Mosi Mi
cheloff, Mr.*. Francs Makovskv
president of the Beth Jacol Si
terhood, and Mike Gettinger, as-
sistant executive dire-tor of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, Also present was Sidney I
court with whose firm. Weber,
Thompson and Lefcourt, Mr. I
is now associated.
Bride Of January 30
Honored At Luncheon
Joy Simonhoff, who became the
bride of Albert I. Epstein Sunday,
was honored at a luncheon given
by Mrs. Samuel Basker, Tampa,
at the Slurry Frontenac Hotel
last Thursday at 1 p.m. Decora-
tions of pink and white carried
out the bridal motif.
Guests included Mi-s. Joseph
Epstein, Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff,
Mrs Oida Rubin. Mrs. Harry
Rubin. Miss Esther Cohen, Mrs.
Joseph Cohen. Mrs. Charles Rob-
ins. Mrs. Herbert Mammond, Mrs.
Emanuel Smith, Mrs. Edward
Rubm. Mrs Max Dobrin, Mrs. Sy
I-ipton, Mrs. George Kelrick, Mrs.
Abraham Schindel, Mrs. Mike
art and Mrs. Samuel
Gn enblatt.
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Dr. Zuckerman And Bride
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Dr. Leo Zuckerman and his
bride of a few months have just
taken up permanent residence at
333 86th St., Miami Beach.
Married in Quebec, Canada, on
October 17 by the Rev. Harry J.
Stern of Temple Emanu-El, Mon-
treal, the couple spent a two-
week honeymoon there before re-
turning to Miami Beach.
The bride is the former Miss
Jeanne Marion Beit, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Max Beit of New
London, Conn. A graduate of Wil-
liams Memorial Institute for
Young Ladies in New London,
Conn., she recently attended the
Casement Junior College in Or-
mond Beach, Fla.
Dr. Zuckerman is a graduate of
Hamilton College, Clinton. N. Y.,
and received his medical degree
from the Albany Medical College.
He practiced in Saratoga Springs,
N. Y. After serving over four
years in the Army Medical Corps,
he came to Miami Beach where
he is a specialist in internal medi-
cine. He has been practising at
350 Lincoln Road for the past two
years.
Mizrachi Women to Meet
A meeting of the Miami Beach
Mizrachi Women's Organization
will be held tomorrow night at
Beth Jacob Congregation, Mrs.
Sarah Hochman, president, has
announced. A prominent speaker
from Israel will speak.
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Lay. FEBRUARY 4, 1949
ersonally Speakinq .
Mr and Mrs. Sidney Aronovitz and dauqhter, Elaine, have
,ved to their new home at 2701 S.W. 4th Ave.
* *
Home for between-semesters vacation from the University of
jrida, Marwin Shepard Cassel was feted by his mother, Mrs.
jvin M. Cassel, 410 N.E. 17th St., at a tea and musicale for 40
Jests of the younger set Tuesday. A number of parties were
jnned for Marwin, who is in his last year in law school at the
diversity. Mrs. Cassel is the noted composer, Mana-Zucca.
^* ^* ^*
Vacationing from their studies at Yeshiva University are
pris Rackovsky, son of Rabbi and Mrs. Josehp Rackovsky, 818
Bchigan Ave., and his classmates, Eli Horowitz and Ruben
* + *
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Feldan, 1444 S.W. 17th Terr., have as
[eir houseguests Mrs. Feldan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max
iedman, Newark, N. I., and Mr. Feldan's nephew, Louis Bern-
Bin, who has recently returned from a 1wo-year tour of duty in
Dan and is now attending New York University.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. E. Stein, 4430 N.W. 1st Ave., announce the
jth of their first son. The bris took place Sunday with the Rev.
rael Saber officiating. A number of out-of-town guests attended
kc ceremony.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Horowitz, 950 Meridian Ave., Miami
jch, have as their houseguest their daughter, Mrs. Charles
lorowitz. Staten Island, N. Y., and her two sons, Stephen and
jrold. The visitors will remain here for a month.
* *
Arriving at the Sovereign in time to celebrate their 27th
fedding anniversary were Mr. and Mrs. Marks, New York, who
Ve spending three weeks in Miami Beach. Local residents en-
rtaining them include relatives who are also Mr. Marks' as-
jciates in the National Silverware Co. In the group are Mr. and
rs. Samuel E. Bernstein, Mr. and Mrs. Philip J. Bernstein, Mr.
id Mrs. Jerome Abrams and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Sneidman.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. A. Pepper, 507 S.W. 19th Ave., have as their
Duseguests Mrs. Pepper's brother, J. H. Bloom, Greenville, S. C;
er brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Goldstein,
[hailotte, N. C; and their daughter, Mrs. Alvin Nagelberg,
lampton, Long Island.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Al Miller, winter residents living at 3010 S.W.
9th Terr., entertained at an evening barbecue party last week
honor of Mrs. Louis Ragins and Miss Harriett Ragins of
festwood. California.
* *
Attorney Abinoam Eden, Tel-Aviv, nephew of Mr. and Mrs.
Gutstein of this city, was appointed judge in Israel.
+ *
Hostess this week at a guest-luncheon at the Sovereign was
Irs. Saul Herman. Her guests were Miami Beach residents Mrs.
0am Cohen, Mrs. Sam Harris, Mrs. Samuel Keit and Mrs.
jmuel Nudelman.
* *
Murray Deblinger, 1358 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami Beach,
ecently returned from the Brooklyn Jewish Hospital after five
|nd one half months. Mr. Deblinqer is a son-in-law of Mr. and
Irs. Fields of the New Pioneer Hotel, Miami.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kaplan, Detroit. Mich., are vacationing at
le Cornell Hotel, Miami Beach. Durinq their stay here, they are
Jing entertained by Mrs. Mark Weinbeck.
-It *
Mrs. Minnie Keller, 3230 N.W. 7th St., had as her house-
quests her sister, Mrs. Eva Keller, and nephew. Dr. J. J. Keller,
nd his wife, all of Tuscaloosa, Ala.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Treister, 1220 Lenox Ave.. Miami
Beach, recently returned from a three and one half week tour,
which included visits to Jamaica, West Indies, Dominican Re-
public and Haiti.
+ *
Mrs. A. Wertheimer has just returned to her home after
ree and one half months in New York, where she was re-
cuperating from injuries sustained in an accident there._________
+Jewteli fhrldlten
PAGE NINE
Lynn Tarre Betrothal
To Be Announced
The engagement and approach-
ing marriage of Lynn Tarre,
daughter of Mrs. Anna Tarre,
New York, to Paul Marks will be
announced at an ODen house from
8 to 12 tomorrow night at the
home of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Marks, 4495 S.W. 2nd
St.
Miss Tarre is a graduate
Beverly Dworkin United To N. Schwarz
In Grossinger-Pancoast Ceremony Jan. 9
The marriage of Miss Beverly I the couple will reside in Miami
Dworkin, daughter of Mr. and Beach.
Mrs. Harry Dworkin, New York,
to Normand G. Schwarz, son of
New York. Her fiance is a vet-
eran of the Marine Corps and is
now affiliated with his brothers
in the Marks Brothers Demolition
Company.
The wedding will take place
March 27.
Mr. and Mrs. William B. Schwarz,
4315 North Meridian Ave., took
place January 9 at the Grossinger-
Pancoast Hotel.
I The bride, given in marriage by
* her father, wore a white lace
*"?,.H"?ht!.I!igh Scho1 '."'hoop-skirted gown with matching
gauntlets and tiara. She carried
a white bible, showered with or-
chids.
Bridesmaids were Linore Ber-
gida, Lois Fine, Audrey Ofanoff
and Gerlo Koren. Dr. Richard L.
Schwarz was best man for his
brother. Ushers were Donald R.
Klein, Herbert Greenspan, Rae
Muffsin and Milton Gaynor.
Mrs. Schwarz attended schools
in New York. Her husband is a
graduate of Miami Beach High and
the University of Miami where he
received his degree in chemistry.
Before entering the Army he com-
pleted three years post graduate
work on his Ph. D. in chemistry
at the University of Texas and
Duke. At present he is engaged in
manufacturing pharmaceuticals.
After a wedding trip to Nassau,
Priva Calhman To
Wed. Dr. Goldman
Mr. and Mrs. Jose Calhman of
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, announce
the engagement and forthcoming
marriage of their daughter, Priva,
to Dr. Solomon B. Goldman of
Miami Beach.
Miss Calhman attended Ben-
nett College in Rio de Janeiro
and was formerly employed by
the American Embassy in Brazil.
Dr. Goldman is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Goldman, New
York City. He received his medi-
cal degree from the University of
Chicago and served as a lieuten-
ant commander in the U. S. Navy
Medical Corps.
Wedding plans have not been
completed but nuptials will take
place in February.
FDR Chapter Will
Hold Camping Trip
FDR Chapter, B'nai B'rith
Young Men, is planning its first
annual overnight camping trip to
be held February 26 and 27 at
the Snapper Creek Boy Scout
Camp in South Miami, Joel Vogel,
president, has announced.
An all-day program of athletic
and sporting events is scheduled
to include softball, games, fishing,
boating and swimming.
Co-chairmen of the event are
Harry Schneider and Seth Lefkov.
They will be assisted by Herbert
Lowe and Harold Booth. Trans-
portation committee will include
Murray Zissen, Merton Wetstein
and Cy Lipsky.
Reservations may be made by
calling Joel Vogel at 2-9473 and
must be made by February 19.
Campers will leave in cars from
the Miami Y Saturday, February
26, at 1 p.m. Each man is asked
to bring his own blankets and
mess kit.
Jr. Hadassah To
Hold Style Show
Final plans have been com-
pleted for the spring fashion show
to be sponsored by the Junior
Hadassah at the Shelborne Hotel,
February 27, at 2 p.m.
Chairman Miriam Scheinberg
stated that the proceeds from this
affair will benefit Meier Shfeyah
Children's Village in Palestine
which is maintained and sup-
ported by Junior Hadassah.
Miami Y Service League
To Sponsor Lecture
First in a series-of special events
for women will take place Mon-
day evening at 8 o'clock at the
Miami Y when the Miami Service
League of the Y sponsors a lec-
ture on beauty and charm. Miss
Marian Johnson of the Coronet
Charm School will be the guest
speaker.
Mrs. Leon Kaplan and Mrs. Lee
Bass are in charge of this event.
UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI PRESENTS
CHOPIN CENTENNIAL CONCERT
MALCUZYNSKI
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MONDAY EVENING, FEB. 28MIAMI SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
TICKETS 1.20. 1.80. 240, 3.00
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SAVE FROM 50c TO $1.00 ON EACH CHICKEN
STEWERS 45c LB. HENS 55c LB.
For a real treattry one of our famous pullets
Everything alive Schochat on premises daily
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Under supervision of Rabbi Moses Mescheloff
and Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
BERMAN POULTRY
237 N. W. 5th Street Phone 3-7584
SUNSET FARM
(the only place of its kind on the Beach)
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Star Attraction of the Yiddish Theatre
On Screen"HER 2ND MOTHER"
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All Yiddish Show
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WED., FEB. 9th
Queen of Yiddish Musical Comedy
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Musical laugh show with Jacob Kalich
On the Screen
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adult leaders, will observe Boy Scout Week. Feb. 6 to 12. marking
the 39th anniversary of the Boy Scouts of America. The theme of
the celebration is "Adventurethat's Scouting!" This year the
movement is emphasizing the fun and fellowship its members get
out of the game of Scouting. More high adventure is planned in the
out-of-doors. Their adventure in citizenship will find Scouts em-
phasizing civic service activities, emergency service training and
world Scouting relationships. During Boy Scout Week. Scouts, their
parents and countless communities will honor the volunteer adult
leaders of the nation's 70,000 Cub Packs. Scout Troops and Senior
Units. Above is the official poster marking the Scout birthday.
Off the Record
Palestine Saved Him
From Bankruptcy .
Ludwig Mond, grandfather of
Lord Melchett who died a few
days ago in Miami, was a German
Jew ... He emigrated to England
and founded one of the key in-
dustries of Great Britain through
formation of Imperial Chemicals
. Lord Melchett's father died
during the depression period .
The shares of Imepnal Chemicals
had gone down ninety per cent
. Young Melchett was unable
to pay the heavy inheritance I
. He was in danger of being
wiped out ... He suddenly re-
called the holdings his father ac-
quired in Palestine And Pal-
estine saved him from bank-
ruptcy Melchett's ur.cle, Sir
Robert Mond, was a great scient-
ist and archaeologist The
basement of his house at 9 Cav-
endish Square in London har-
boured a rare and precious col-
lection ... He was not interested
in Palestine and did not belong
to the Jewish faith But he
was one of Britain's most im-
placable foes of Hitler ... He as-
sumed the presidency of the anti-
Nazi boycott committee in Eng-
land ... He married his non-
Jewish housekeeper who was op-
posed to his pro-Jewish activities
. The Monds were men of great
ability, influence and character
who rallied to the Jewish com-
munity at the time of stress
ZOA Note .
There is a wise maxim: 'Tf you
want to be right, don't write" .
Henry Montor has tendered a
written apology and retraction of
the letter he wrote to Dr. Israel
Goldstein making grave charge
against the ZOA ... His friends
hope that Montor's retraction will
facilitate his return to the UJA
as an aid and advisor to Morgen-
thau According to indications
the ZOA will remain adament .
Trial and Error .
Dr. Stephen S. Wise and other
leaders of the American Jewish
Congress are being sued by Mar-
cus Wulkan whose brother, Stan-
ley, was the key figure in the
sensational inquiry into corrup-
n of government officials in
England Wulkan claim
has not been adequately com-
pensated for -services he rendered
lief section of the Congress
. The Stanley affair caused
great embarrassment to England's
Jewry ... But Stanley is cashing
in on the notoriety the case
brought himby writing his auto-
biogiaphy for a London news-
paper .
Sour Note* .
Gieseking and his friends are
burning with indignation over the
reception the German pianist who
entertained Hitler received on his
arrival to our shores Pre-
sumably the gentleman who lent
his pnstige to sprea ling a pro-
gram Of hate and disaster ex-
p cted to be received with fan-
tare and acclamation That
the German denazificati n courts
are a mockery has nevei ei i
doubted by any on, seriously con-
cerned with the democrati D
problem ... Germany is still Hit-
lerland even though H tier may
be dead When a German de-
nazification court can hold that
Franz von Papen, once Chancellor
Of the German Republic and later
Vice Chancellor in Hitler's gov-
ernment, is a minor Nazi it is
high time to look into the corn-
portion of those courts How
a man who was responsible for
draggmg Austria into the Nazi
orbit can be considered a second
'faSV".C?udcr requ""t,s masoning
of a kind that is beyond the graSD
What is the answi I '
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MONDAY, FEBRUARY 7th, AT 8:30 P M.
, Miami Beach High Scho1 Auditorium
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PAGE ELEVEN
|]li>ji<-li Jlawada To
kpoiiMir Ranee
I The outside patio of the new
pelano Hotel, 17th and Collins
Lve. Miami Beach, will be the
Iscene of a dance sponsored by the
Etiami Beach Masada Saturday,
February 12, at 8 p.m.
| The music of Tito Rodriguez
Lill be f..,turcd, according to Abe
krhafer chairman of the affair.
Iaii proceeds will be used to fu-
lfill pledges of the organization to
llsracl and to further the Zionist
leducatior. program
Serving on Schafer's committee
are- Dorothy Cotzin, arrange-
ments; Bernice Dogoloff, tickets;
IRosalin'1 Cotzin, door; David
iGoodwin and Frank Kauf, posters;
[Helen Haves, publicity.
Beth El Women Will
Sponsor Card Party
I Plans for the luncheon and card
partv to be given by the Sister-
hood of the Congregation Beth
El Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. in the
patio of the social building, S.W.
5th St. and 17th Ave., were dis-
cussed al a special board meeting
I (his week.
Tickets for the affair are $1,
Mrs. Charles Stahl, president an-
noumvs. and anyone interested
in securing them may call Mrs.
Jack Shapiro, chairman, at 2-0898.
Pioneer Women Bazaar
The Council of Pioneer Wom-
en's Organizations of Greater Mi-
ami has set April 2 for a bazaar
to be held at the Million Dollar
Pier, Miami Beach.
Balkin To Speak
Gilbert J. Balkin will speak'on
"Bigots in Our Midst" at the
Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith lunch-
eon club meeting to be held at
12:15 p.m. today at the Down-
towner Restaurant.
A traveling exhibit of the work of 33 Jewish artists, which is being shown by Jewish groups in all
sections of the country, includes the four paintings reproduced here. The exhibition, assembled by
the Congress of Jewish Culture, is being made available by the Jewish Center Lecture Bureau of the
National Jewish Welfare Board (JWB), as part of the JWB program of helping to build an indigenous
American Jewish culture.
Shown here are, top left, "The Youngest Married Off," by Saul Raskin; top right, "The Refugees,"
by Josef Foshko; lower left, "Cracow Synagogue," by William Meyerowitz; lower right, "Passover
Night," by Raisa Robbins.
Nineteen of the paintings in the exhibition have Jewish themes, and all have been hailed by art
critics. All are valuable originals, and one"Rest Day," by Abraham Walkowitxis worth $1,500. At
the conclusion of the tour, the paintings will be offered for sale to art lovers.
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Silverstein Is Chosen
Financial Secretary Of
B'nai B'rith Council
Mark Silverstein, Miami Beach
attorney, has been elected to the
office of financial secretary of the
B'nai B'rith Council of Greater
Miami, C. R. Jacobson, B'nai
B'rith council director, has an-
nounced.
Silverstein is an officer of the
North Shore Lodge B'nai B'rith
and is an active worker in com-
munity service and civic affairs.
Hadassah Board To Meet
An executive board meeting of
the Business and Professional Di-
vision of the Miami Chapter of
Hadassah will be held Tuesday
night at 8:30 at the home of Miss
Ruth Steinberg, 103 N.W. 9th Ave.
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Rose Is Soloist On
National Broadcast
Leonard Rose, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Rose, 774 N.W. 1st St.,
now first 'cellist with the New
York Philharmonic Orchestra,
was soloist during the orchestra's
weekly afternoon broadcast Sun-
day. Under the direction of Leo-
pold Stokowski, Rose played
Bloch's rhapsody, "Schelomo."
Before entering the Curtis In-
stitute of Music in Philadelphia
several years ago, Rose studied
locally under Walter Grossman.
His father, Harry Rose, played as
first 'cellist in the University of
Miami Symphony Orchestra dur-
ing the lifetime of Dr. Arnold
Volpe, founder of the orchestra.
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Post Office Box 138. North Mi-
ami. Fla. Enclose self-addressed
stamped envelope.
Tickets on Sale at Burdine's.
Miami. Beginning Mon., Jan. 3
Res. Seats........................$3.90
Res. Section......................$2.60
High School Students...$1.20
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ELECT
NORMAN R.
LYONS
YOUR STATE
REPRESENTATIVE
DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY
"A man is known by the company he keeps"
MASONS lames Cornell ELKS. Miami Lodge No. 948
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Young Men's Hebrew Ass'n. Miami Chamber of Com-
B'nai B'rith
Zionist District of Miami
Knights of Pythias
merce
Florida State Bar Assoc.
Dade County Bar Assoc.
ZIONIST DISTRICT OF MIAMI
Norman Lyons says: More proportionate county distribution
of State tax benefits. Dade County must receive a greater
share of State tax benefits."
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PAGE TWELVE
Temple Isaiah To
Install New Officers
At Services Tonight
Julius Jay Perlmutter will be
installed as president of the Con-
gregation of Temple Isaiah to-
night at 8:15 at the Temple. 1065
Dade Blvd., Miami Beach. Harold
Shapiro, past president of the
congregation, will serve as in-
stalling officer.
Other officers include Siegfried
Geismar. Dr. Seymour Kreisler
and Milford S- Purcel, vice presi-
dents; Abe Schonfeld, secretary.
Benjamin Tupler, treasurer.
On the board of directors are
Al Cohen, Dr. Milton S. Goldman,
Richard G. Goodman, Charles
Gordon, Abe Hirsch, Sam Hyman.
Jay B. Keys, Alfred Kreisler. Dr.
Maurice Rich. Joseph Rosenthal.
Harold Shapiro, Benjamin J. Sil-
ver. Dr. Leo Zuckerman and Clara
Mae Van Ness, president of the
Sisterhood.
Rabbi David Raab, spiritual
leader of Temple Isaiah, will con-
duct the Friday evening service
and preach the sermon on the sub-
ject "Judaism and American
Democracy."
The incoming president has been
active in the Reform Jewish
movement for over 18 years and
until July. 1948. served as a mem-
ber of the board of directors of
Central Synagogue of Nassau
County. Long Island, N. Y. He
is founder and first vice presi-
dent of the National Cancer
Foundation, a member of the
Masonic Order, the Civic League
of Miami Beach, the Chamber of
Commerce and 52 Organization.
In addition, he is a member of
B'nai B'rith, the Zionist Oragniza-
tion of America and the Exchange
Club. An associate of the Miami
Beach Board of Realtors, he is one
of the organizers of the Deborah
Tuberculosis Sanitorium Men's
League.
A reception will follow the serv-
ices with the following serving as
hostesses: Mrs. J. B. Keys, chair-
man, Mesdames Abe Schonfeld,
Al Cohen. Benjamin Silver. Mor-
ris Friedman. Benjamin Tupler
and Rose Brodsky.
The public is invited to attend.
Julius Jaij Perlmutter
Rabbi Raab To Review
Stone's "This Is Israel"
Rabbi David Raab will review
I. F. Stone's "This Is Israel" at a
meeting of the Temple Isaiah Sis-
terhood Monday at 1:30 p.m. in
the new Temple quarters at 1065
Dade Blvd., Miami Beach.
Films depicting the theme of
brotherhood will be shown. Miss
Frieda Shiffman, who is in charge
of the program, announces. Re-
freshments will be served.
The meeting is open to the
public.
Pioneer Women To
Hold Donor Dinner
Plans for the donor dinner to be
given by the Council of Pioneer
Women's Organizations of Greater
Miami Sunday, February 13 at
12:30 p.m. at the Colony Restaur-
ant. 22nd St. and Collins Ave..
Miami Beach, have been com-
pleted, according to Rosemary
Gerson Kaplan, president.
Dvorah Rothbard, first cmis-
sary of the Pioneer Women to Is-
rael who has just returned from
a six-month stay there, will be
principal speaker. Rabhi Leon
Kronish, a member of Miami's
delegation to Israel, will also ad-
dress the group.
Appearing on the musical por-
tion of the program will be Can-
tor Jacob Y. Goldring of the Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Community
Center who will be accompanied
by Hy Fried, organist of TV:
Beth Sholom.
Miss Rothbard will be guest of
honor at an open 1ouse at
home of Mr. and Mrs. 11..
Faber. 1045 10th St., Miami B<
February 11 at 8 p.m. All Pit .
women and their friends arc in-
vited to attend.
Saurd'iv evening. February 12.
at 7:30, Miss Rothbard will 'par-
ticipate in a seminar at tin home
of Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Faber.
3470 Chase Ave., Miami Beach.
The visitor will speak at an
executive meeting at the home of
Mrs. Israel Shapoff. 318 S.W. .
Road, Monday.
A mass meeting at the Miami
Beach Jewish Community Center
Monday r..ght, February 14. at 8
o'clock will climax Miss Roth-
bard's stay here. Mrs. I. Pushkin
is chairman of this affair.
February 11-12
\s Proclaimed
Seoul Sahhalli
In a letter to all rabbis in the
United State, Dr. Robert G
president of the Synagogue Coun-
cil of America, pi : Feb'
ru j 11-12 as Boj Scout
ft comes during B Week,
marking I e 39th am y of
the Bov Scouts of America Ap-
propriate religious win
be conducted for S<
crs in synagogues tempi.
Durii i;1 s'' ,uts
who have qualified, will receive
the Ner Tamid Award for
ence To obtain a Ner Tamio
Award, a Scout i that he
has sati I I >ry know
Jewish history and thai h<
fulfilled certain home and syna
gogue observances.
Requirements for the Ner Tamid
Scout Award were developed by
the Jewish Committee on S
ing and approved I y the Sy
gogue Council of Ann rii a, as re-
Jewish int rj n ta
tion ol the Scout Requirements
fr ad' :-' that a boy must
"furnish satisfacl ence thai
he has pul ii to pi in his
daily life the principles of the
| Oath and Law
The Jewish Committee o
Scouting, i n tin I representa-
tives of national organizations, re-
am! members-at-
large, was formed in 1926 at the
invitation of the Boy Scout- oi
America, to further closer co-
operation with Jewish institu-
such as synagogues, com-
ui ity centers, B'nai B'rith
lodges, and others, that make
availal le the Scouting pn
the America.
The national chairman of the
Jewish Committi i i S "uting is
Frank L. Weil, president of the
'. tiona] Jewish Welfare Board.
and ., member of the national
i xecutive board of the Boy Scouts
of America. Dr. Harry Lasker.
irector of the Jewish
nships of the Boy Scouts of
. is executivi secretary of
the committee.
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4 3
VOTE FOR
E. LLOYD KNIGHT
FOR REPRESENTATIVE
We need an experienced business man added to our
legal delegation.
A Miami resident for 26 years.
(Paid political ad. by friends of E. Lloyd Knifht)
Horton Receives Praise
For Performance Here
The first presentation at Stevers
Oceanside Theatre opened this
k with Edward Everett Hor-
ton in Springtime for Henry"
playing to capacity crowds. An
enthusiastic audience greeted the
veteran actor who gave a per-
in< e hich ki pt the play-
goers in gales of mirth. Mr. Hor-
' : gift for expressive facial
contortions, reaching its peak in
a scene where he holds a con-
Molly Picon To
HcailHiM' Plaza
Bill February 9-13
A season of outstanding Yid-
dish shows which are being pre-
I al the Plaza Theatre. Mi-
<.mi Beach, will be climaxed by
the personal appearance fiom
February 9th through the 3th of
Molly Picon, "queen of Jewish
musical comedy." assisted by
Jacob Kalish. Miss Picon foil w
Jennie Goldstein who .. current
ly appealing at the Beach theatre.
On the same program with Miss
Picon will be the screen attrac-
tion of "Green Fields," starring
Helen Beverly and Isidore C
in a Yiddish film with English
sub-titles.
Hollywood B'nai B'rith
Youth Group Holds Meet
A meeting of the Hollywood
Chapter. B'nai B'rith Youth Or-
ation was held at the Jewish
Community Center on Thursday
evening. January 27.
Plans were discussed for the
joint meeting to be held with the
B'nai B'rith Lodge of Hollywood
. Wednesday evening. February
;,; Guest speaker of the evening
will be Gilbert Balkin. Hostess
the evening will be Norm a
g, assisted by Miss
Daniels and Mrs. Sidney Lipsitz,
motl er of Barry Lipsitz, yice
i of the group.
Meetings of the organization
are held on Thursday evenings.
According to Morton Reiss, pro-
gram chairman, a series of inter-
esting programs are planned to
follow the business sessions.
bership in the organization
is open to young men and young
en between the ages of 17
and 25.
llahbi To Review
Hook Tuesday
Rabbi Max Kaufman, spiritual
if the Hollywood Jewish
munity Center, will review
ard Fast's "My Glorious
Brothers" Tuesday at 8:30 p.m.
under the auspices of the Ladies
Auxiliary of the Center.
Dr Kaufman has done post
graduate work in comparative lit-
erature. He is the
author of "Ma-
toil" and "Tails
from Specks of
Dust" and sever-
al other volumes
in prose and
. e He has
contributed t o
numerous
periodicals a n d J
one of his arti-
cles is soon to ap-
in the Per-Rflbbi Kflll/ma
list, a quar-
t. rly published by tne University
of Southern California.
The book review will be fol-
lowed by an illustrated travelogue
on Florida to \ e presented by Miss
Sadie Balkin. New York.
Admission is free. The public
is inviti d.
Zionist Luncheon
Group Will Hear
Rabbi David Raab
Rabbi David Raab
leader of Temple
ation with 1 in self, had the
spectators convulsed with laught-
er. Sophisticated but never of-
fensive repartee sparkled during
tho entire play. Glenda Farrell in
a n le madi to order for the un-
affected actress ably supported
Mr. Horton
Producer Richard Stever turned
in a good performance on his own
informal chat with the audi-
': lich he apologized
for the present shortcomings of
'' i opened on two weeks'
;- ; :. ing many improve-
ments during the coming weeks.
ST.
sPiritta|
'saiah, *j
speak on the topic, j Was Jj
in the Land of Israel," at the fc
ami Beach Zionist District hj
eon club meeting Wednesday-l
12:15 p.m. at the Xationafj ,J
A native of Tel-Aviv foE
Raab came to the United sS
in 1930 after receiving U,rti
education there. He attend
Brooklyn College, receiving
A.B. degree and was onto!
at the Hebrew Union Collet
Cincinnati, receiving an additJ!
al degree, Master of Hebrew Ia
ters. Rabbi Raab. who is a mem.
bcr of the Central Conferencei\
American Rabbis, the Greate
Miami Rabbinical Association, j
on the board of directors of t|
Miami Beach Zionist District, and
the Southeastern Region i
Masada.
Last year Rabbi Raab. was fc I
strumental in organizing the |
Hollywood-Ft. Lauderdale Chap-
ter of Hadassah and this yearn
one of the leaders in organianj
the Zionist District of Broward
County. He is known for his wort
with the Young Judaea Leader-
ship Training Course in Mian'
Beach.
Before coming to this area, Rah- I
bi Raab was at Temple B'rith
Sholom in Louisville, Ky. and ha
held pulpits at Danville, 111., ad
Newark, N. J. For three years, he
has served as auxiliary Jewish
chaplain at Fort Konx, Ky, and
Boca Raton Air Base, Fla. Al
present Rabbi Raab may be heard
weekly, Saturdays ;it 9:15 amor,
station WINZ on "The Living |
Synagogue" radio program.
Guests of honor at the luncheon I
will be Mr. and Mrs Leon J. HI
who have recently returned from
President Truman's inauguration!
festivities in Washington.
Mr. Ell, a member of the board I
of directors of the Miami Beacil
Zionist District, and Temple Bethl
Sholom, who visisted Israel last]
year, will be honored for "his
outstanding service" to the Mi-
ami Beach Zionist District and
the cause of Zionism in his capaci-
ty as co-chairman of Materials fa
Israel.
Jennie Goldstein
Company Employs New
Method Of Exterminating
Household Pests
The Laboratory Exterminators
have a new. highly effective
thod of eliminating household
pests such as ants, roaches, moths,
ding to company officials.
This new process, they explain.
<-'?iPinys dr>'-fK- a fog so fine that
64.000.000 droplet* could fit with-
in a single drop from an ordinary
sprayer. Through the use of this
rog, every crack and cervice can
eacned. The job requires onlv
tour hours and is effective for
months.
Custom Fogging, as the method
w called. Ls harmless to human
beings and pets and will not
sunn or damage drapes or furni-
S.W. Cu^t0m Foin? has been
Publicized in leading magazines
J':;sbpen endorsed by state and
Civic bodies and was used ex-
tensively by the armed forces.
custom Fogging of homes upon
the opening and closing of seasona
s becoming more and more pop-
ular, company officials report/and
.sngandPlamColSd r Previ<
Sm?S5?S of the con,pany
anv n f *? free estimates to
'} ne interested.
Pioneer Women 1
Mark JNF Birthday
Final arrangements for tne 4Tth
birthday celebration of the Jew-
ish National Fund t obe hdd
Sunday in the auditorium of W
Hebrew Academy. 918 6th Si
Miami Beach,
were completed
at a meeting of
Pioneer Women
Club No. One of|
Miami Beach.
Dr. David S.
Andron and H.
Ehrenreich will
be principal,
speakers. The Is-
raeli Quartet,
under the direc- ^renre'v^ '
tion of Joseph i
Schreibman, will *S
selections nd the latest Palest..*
film will be shown. Sefer HW
dinah certificates will be a*arae
to qualified individuals.
In charge of arrangement^
the affair are: Mrs. J. Z. &
JNF chairman, Mrs. M. MJ |
son, co-chairman, Mr. a" '
Lou.s Feinstein, Mrs L*na X
Ian, Mrs. Betty Pf>fJ
Mary Stepkin, Mrs. MaO'OJJ
Mrs. Abe Horowitz, Mrs3*
Minowitz and M. Mcndelson.
Tickets for the affair *i
available at the door, acw
to Mrs. H. Seitlin, president
Club No. One.
SholiiT^nWT^Hol,i
Dinner Dance Moodtf
Sophie Tiicker Harry Bi^n:s
Jackie Miles and the vsi -
will star in the show atw
nual dinner dance \ Jl^a
sored by the Sholem wxw.,,,
B'rith Women Monday "*
the Beachcomber, Mrs. j
Weinkls, chairman, annow


FEBRUARY 4, 1943
^Jewlstfhrldl/afi
PAGE THIRTEEN
/4k Appeal % ^e#4*#
It is the responsibility of this community -
It is the duty of every citizen to vote -
VOTE FOR
SIDNEY L
SEGALL
CANDIDATE for
STATE LEGISLATURE
Election date Monday, February 7th, 1949
Sidney is an outstanding civic worker!
Eminently qualified His record:
President, Miami Zionist District3 Terms
Past officer B'nai B'rith
Past secretary Board of Directors, Beth David
Congregation
Active Worker in Federation
Board of Directors, Young Democrats
Former Florida Assistant Attorney General
Veterans' Committee, Miami Elks Lodge
Chairman, Grievance Committee, Dade County Bar
Association
Lieutenant Colonel on Fuller Warren's staff
Former member United States Department of Justice
Fifteen years practicing Florida attorney
Miami Elks Lodge, 948
He has our support! He deserves your support!
ABE ALLENBERG
JUDGE LOUIE BANDEL
SIDNEY J. BERGER
HERBERT L BLUME
SHEPARD BROAD
JUDGE ALBERT DUBBIN
LEO EISENSTEIN
MARX FABER
ARTHUR FRIEDMAN
SOL GOLDSTROM
I. R. GOODMAN
JACK GORDON
JACK KIRCHIK
WALTER KOVNER
HANNAH LEVITT
J. N. MORRIS
BILL PALLOT
JACK PALLOT
MOSES PALLOT
DR. HAROLD RAND
SAMUEL A. RIVKIND
BURNETT ROTH
MRS. HARRY RUBIN
ABE SCHONFELD
HERBERT N. SCHWARZ
PHILIP SEGALL
SAM W. SHAPIRO
SAM SILVER
HARRY SIMONHOFF
FRANK SOLOMON
AL STONE
LEONARD TOBIN
JEROME H. WEINKLE
SIDNEY L WEINTRAUB
MILTOtf WEISS
MRS. ANNA BRENNER MEYERS
Paid for by Friends of "Sid Segall for Legislature"


PAGE FOURTEEN
Horace Heidi To
Appear Sunday
Horace Heidt. whose appear-
ance at Dinner Key Auditorium
Sunday evening is being spon-
sored by the North Miami Optim-
ist Club, will brir.g to the citizens
of this area a double feature.
Feature No. one will be a 30-
minute coast-to-coast broadcast of
Phillip Morris Night with Horace
Heidt over the National Broad-
casting System (,WIOD> at 6:30
p.m.
Feature No. two will be a
three-hour stage show starring 40
performers who have been dis-
covered by the starmaker during
one of his three trans-continental
tours with his original youth pro-
gram.
One of the headliners on Heidt's
program will be Pierce Kr.ox.
xyl phone exponent. Although
Knox has been blind since he was
four years old, his speed and
ability with the mallets have been
acclaimed by critics throughout
I country as nothing short of
sensation
Heidt will also present Tiny
Hutton. who is billed as a "Ton
of Fun." Tiny weighs 365 pounds
and hails from Richmond. Va.
From the Bronx comes 11-year-
old Jerry Rothaus, triple threat
musician. He plays drums, piano
and vibraphone with equal
' rijy and enthusiasm.
Tickets are available at Bur-
dine's fourth floor and will be on
sale at box offices at the
Dinner Key Auditorium starting
Sunday afternoon at 2 p.m. Ac-
:on for high school students
is S1.20.
Barton Brothers Trio
Featured At Roumania
Danny Davis' Roumania Thea-
ter Restaurant catered to capacity
crowds this week, calling for en-
cores following every act.
Headlining the bill were the
Barton Brothers, comedy song-
-. who delighted the specta-
tors with a new routine in addi-
tion to old favorites. A newcomer
to Miami Beach. Adeline Neice,
the "Vicdisha Shiksa," chanted
liturgical songs followed by num-
bers in Yiddish, English and
Italian. The dance-team of De
Mar and Derive was well received.
MC. Sunny Kaye gave a show of
his own including his now famous
Hawaiian number and horse track
act. Ken Jones and his orchestra
lent strong support to the acts.
The entire performance was ar-
ranged with an eye to entertain-
ing both Yiddish speaking and
nor. Yiddish speaking spectators.
New Chief Justice of the Flor-
ida Supreme Court is Alto
Adams, native of Walton Coun-
ty and former circuit judge in
St. Lucie County. Justice
Adams was educated at the Un-
iversity of Florida and was ap-
pointed to the Florida Supreme
Court in 1940. In addition to his
work on the court, he main-
tains a keen interest in live-
stock and agriculture.
Pioneer Women Hold
Benefit Card Party
Mrs. I. Pokula and Mrs. L. F. in-
stein of Pionet r Women Clu!> N
One of Miami Beach were hos-
tesses at a card party last T
day in the premises of Mr
Mrs. R. Edelstein. 1350 Pennsyl-
vania Ave. Proceed? of $125 will
go towards the Child Ri
Fund. Assisting t:
Mrs. S. Minowitz and Mrs. A.
Horowitz.
West Miami Group Will
Meet Wednesday Night
The West Miami Jewish Center
will hold a business meeting
Wednesday evening at 1000 S.W.
67th Ave. (in the rear of Silo's
Sundry Store). Chief business of
the meeting will be the election
of four additional board members.
All Jewish residents of the area
are invited to attend. Refresh-
ments will be served.
Benefit Card Party
The Women's Club of Work-
men's Circle Branch 692 will
sponsor a benefit card party Sat-
urday. February 12, at 7 p.m. at
the New Lyceum, 25 Washington
Ave.. Miami Beach. Refreshments
will be served.
Workmen's Circle Meets
A special meeting of the- Work-
men's Circle Branch 692 of Mi-
ami Beach was held W<
evening at the New Ly<
Washington Ave.
Plans were discussed for "
annual concert in
ruary 20. Other
agenda were thi
membership drivi is nov
in progress and thi |
of February as a SJ
for the children of Europe and
Israel.
Workmen's Circle Will
Present Concert Sunday
Workmen's Circle Branch No.
699 of Miami will present a con-
cert Sunday night at 8 o'clock at
the Workmen'^ Circle I
1545 S.W. 3rd St.
Participating in the ;
will be: Irene Patti,
Raymon Cutierrez, violinist; Wal-
ter Grossman, 'cellist; Emery Er-
delyi. violinist: Eleanor Linton,
pianist: and Nancy Mills, violinist
Tickets are $1.20 and ;
will go to the Lyceum and Work-
men's Circle school fund.
Bober Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late L .-,
Bober. formerly of 150 Ocean Dr
Miami Beach, will take place Sun-
day at 3 p.m. at Mount Sinai
Cemetery with Rabbi Murray
Grauer officiating. Relatives and
friends are asked to attend.
The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH
The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association
Parhctpating agency oi[the Greater Miami Jewish Federation
ANNOUNCES THAT:
1 ^i,i.nf0rm!f0n ?bUt Kash* concerning chicken
markets meat markets, restaurants, hotels, or any othe"
Kashruth problem in Miami Beach or in theory of
hS? d ^V"? be btained from o" Sector
Rabbi Joseph E Rackovsky. 818 Michigan Avenue
Miami Beach, phone S3595. avenue,
2. In order to be sure that a store is supervised nA
HARRY SIRKIN, Pres. H SOOTIW Q
A. M. BEAR. Vice Pr. JiSSELZT*
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
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iTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ngage In
flctll name <>f
' -' Alton Road, Miami
Reach, 1 1 ntendf to regli tei s.ii,i
th the <] :l< > Circuit
i of r 1 ii,
s.\M FIXKELSTEIN
OSEPH W \l VLEK
!..,
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NOTICE TO APPEAR
IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
"Til JUDICIAL CIRCUIT tlP
FLORIDA, IX VXD FOR DADE
NTV. IN CHANCERY. No
I
TILLIE SUCHoVOIjnvl I ff Vfl
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Q LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Bj M C PEIGE,
MILTON V FRIEDMAN"' '' Cte*
for I'laintifl
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IN rilK CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
EI.E\ ENTII JUDICIAL CIRCI IT
IN VXll For DADE COUNTY
I DA IN CHANCERY, No.
abrams, pla ni ff, va VIC-
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STATE KUUUDA:
Dl VICTOR VI (It A.MS
: 1. New 1
II 'an hi n by 11 itlfied and ord< d
to the Bill of ( rue(]
1 In the above styled
before th. day of F. 1
ih. alleg itlona of .said
taken aa eon-
. .. ,|
' -" day of January,
E B. LEATHERMAN, Clark.
11 Iri nil 1 nuit 81 r 1
1 M C PEIGE
JOSEPH W MALEK '"'""'' lW*-
lor 1 i
' ngresi r. lidlng
I 2H 2/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
.. ., NAME LAW
l'1' IH HEREBY GIVEN that
8
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IN T?UDE^.F PUBLICATION
" D I iai. CIRCUIT OF
M LN CHANCERY, No
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a ii ii*?1 This Mth 0'y of January,
..r,,'i!'svnn:KMAN.,-,e,k.
1: 1: HODGES.
IAN ui.-rn Deputy Clerk
\-V SILVER A BAKOWITJ
Id Bidg.
'11-18-26
NOTICE TO APPpTT"
IN THE CIRCUIT MTH JUDICIAL .11 {[/ H
FOR DADE COUNTY Pw'.N t
IN CHANCERY, N ', Vf\'^u\
ALYCE MANOOGI \\ L,"$
AUCE MAN.....IIAN .&?>
HAROLD MANi.,M:i\N";'n<'.5
You. HA Iti M.I I M \ ,,;. ^niku,
215 PUce. Bayslde toSfSfflH
To*.iyawnot]f..dtoX*yo^
, F-'""a.v, AD^J
'an,1i7, au,
anco in the above
the 21.t day <,f
otherwise decree
entered against you
Dated this 14 day -.f
1949.
E. n. LEATHERMAN rw
Circuit Court Seal) "t
By WM. W, STOCKING,
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN1""'""*' ^ I
Attorney
Seybold Bldg.
1/21-28 2/4-11
NOTICE "uND7R~7l7T7n^r
NAME LAW ,
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBl nj
the underslgmed, deal Ing toeanJS
"1 '" i'nfu
business under
The Waaherterla ai 9 is M.amTL''I
Miami. Florida. Intend* t "lilH
said name withe th ierk of the ST
CUlt Court of Dade County, FlurU.
MATILDA FEINSTED)
Sole ( >\v
MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN
Attorney! for Amd:
Seybold Blilg.
1 -M -28 2/1-11-lS
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IX Till-: COUNTY JIlHifS COURT
IX AXD FOR DADE CdLVTT
FLORIDA. -- IN PROBATE .\i
1S975. '
In Be: ESTATE OF
CLEMETT P. CURT188, I)MMMt I
l"o All Creditors and All lvisntis Hit.
mt; Claims or Demands Agair.it m
Estate:
You, and each of you, are htrrtf
notified and reunited to pn-in-nt u>
laims and demands which yuu, I
either of you. ma) have ;igair,s! thi'
instate of Clemett P. '' ;it.^> dr^As4
:.i. 1 f Dade County, Florida, ttfhjl
Hon. w. p. Plant, n. County Judn
.. 1 tade I lounty, and file the sam a
liis office In the t',,unty rnurthoos
in Dade County, Florida, within tfekt I
alendar months tram the date of tat'
first publication hereof, am cliia:
nr demands to contain the teftai sd-
dtess of that) lalmant and to be reon
to and luesented as afmsaid. Or81*
will be barred. Bee BeetlonUOoftt
Probate Act
Date January 13, AD 1549.
GLBNN H. THCRHER,
As Executor of the l-ist will mi
restamenl of CLEMETT 1'. CO-
T18S. D-i eased.
VVA8MAN, SILVER ,\ SAKOWITI
\ttorneya for BJxecutor
l H-21-2J 2/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY <;iVE.\' that
the underslsned, desiring tuenirageiil
buSlUOSS under the fititams name til
I. a ui In the Pines at Dade Countd
Florida, intends t', re| said nasil
with the clerk of the Circuit Oosrtef|
Dade County, Florila
LAURENCE TISCH
Bole Owner
MARX FADER
Attorney for Applicant
112 Congress Bids;.
! 14-L'l-L'S I I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVEN thi!
tin, undersigned, desiring to ennftjj
business under the fictitious name*
JEWEL CREST: JEWEL CREST
MANUFACTURERS: JEWEL cREfl
MANUFACTURING CO (NON-B-
CORP.) at i"i73 Washington AwjJJ
Miami Beach, Fla., int. mis te w-
ler said name with the Clerk of w
Circuit Court of Dade County, Fiona
OABRIEL BRAUN
tlEOROE J. TALIANOFF
Attorney for Applicanl
21 -21 L' 4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
County, Florida.
JOE TEPPER
Bole Owi
MARX FADER
Attorney for Applicant
ii.' Conrress Bidg.
1 ll-L'l-l'S 2, 4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW .
NOTICE IS HEREBY '
th.. undersigned, desiring to "*: J
business under the fi.titiouK ww 9
Williams Beauty Salon "* 9
Miami, Fla.. "rjj
with the Clerl
f Dade tounU,
Ind Avenue, Miami 'n"nd!
register said name
the Circuit Court
Florida. _,. mrt
BETTY VIVIAX SCHWA""
Sole Owner
A. J. KAPI^AN
Attorney for Applicant
I 14-21-M 2/1-11 __
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW M,
X'lTICE IH HEREIN OIVW _'
the. undersigned, desiring to <**,(
l.iisiness under the f|.-tltiou nam
Laurel In the Palms at l**'W
Florida. Intends to register "3
with the Clerk of the Circuit Co-
of Dade County. Floi''''a- _
LAURENCE TISCH
Sole Owner
MARX FABER
Attorney for Applicant
412 Congress Bldg.
1/14-21-28 2/4____________________-
NOTICE UNDER FlCTlTlOUi
NAME LAW ^j, ,yt
NOTICE IS HEREBY orVTB" ;
the undersigned, desiring, w *",, cl
business under the flctitiou '* m\.
Als at 6212 X.W. 18th A\*"jL nJn-
Florida, lutend to reglft'r1f'A0ri'l
with the Clerk of the Circuit U>
Dade County. Florida,
MaWttU^
joseph malek .a
Attorney for Applicants ^T^i
l/7-l-ai-2t a/ -'


,DAY. FEBRUARY 4, 1949
vJewist fhoriddan
PAGE FIFTEEN
,dimah Club To Meet
Strath Haven Thurs.
meeting of the Kadimah Club
the Strath Haven
Ocean Drive, Miami
pioneer Women's Organ-
Jti0n will be held at 8:15 p.m.
fursday at
Eel, 1
|tfrs Murray Fledell, chairman
tht. Moatzat Hapoalot, is in
-rcc of the program which will
blude a talk by Mrs. Sol Kamin,
Cadimah club member who has
led in Palestine. Mrs. Kamin
111 give first-hand information
out the Moatzat Hapoalot in
Jlestine.
|a skit entitled "Come and See,"
1 dramatization of the work of
organization, will be present-
with members of the club
[rticipating.
frhc last part of tne meeting
ill be devoted to group singing
kd listening to recordings of
Eestinian songs.
JMembi'i-s and friends are in-
|ted to attend.
>th Jacob to Observe
jy Scout Sabbath
[Boy Scout Sabjbath will be
llebratcd tonight at 8:30 at Con-
tegation Beth Jacob, according
an announcement by Rabbi
loses Mescheloft
IScout Troops No. 24, 35, 45,
and 31 and Cub Scout Pack
i. 23 have been invited to at-
^nd the Friday night forum. Dr.
limner Cohen, assistant district
lissioner, Fred Snyder, neigh-
Drhood commissioner and A. S.
UcFarlane, Boy Scout executive
the South Florida Council, are
tpected to be present.
[Members of Troop No. 24 will
Resent and retire the colors at
te opening and closing of the
fcvio This troop and the cub
ack will participate in the serv-
rUI) HIT All FDA- UJA|S Transferring
LRU Ul All L II ft. Cyprus Jews to Israc
Israel
fpecial Shalos Seudos
A special Shalos Seudos will be
onducted by the Grand Rabbi
vi Taub tomorrow afternoon fol-
ding Mincha at 4:30 at Con-
regation Beth Tfilah. The rabbi
a dependent of the renowned
thoze of Lublin and is himself
pell known in the Chassidic
irorld. He is known as the "Moz-
Iteher Rabbi."
Hadassah Unit Holds
Membership Social
Mrs. Samuel Gewirtz was ap-
pointed chairman of the Jewish
National Fund and fourteen new
members were enrolled in the
Henrietta Szold Group of Ha-
dassah at a membership social
held at the home of Mrs. John
Starr, membership chairman.
The next meeting is slated for
February 14 at the McAlpin Ho-
tel, 1424 Ocean Dr., Mrs. Nathan
Israel, president, announced. Mrs.
Moses Mescheloff is in charge of
the program.
Heads Modern Kosher
Home for Convalescents
aren Merkel Is Chosen
ueen Of Orchid Show
Karen Merkel, daughter of Mr.
d Mr. Norman Merkel of Boyn-
n Beach, has been chosen orchid
[ueen to reign over the $500,000
ifth International Orrchid Show
if the South Florida Orchid So-
', being held today, tomorrow
d Sunday in the Municipal
uditorium.
An orchid. Phalaenopsis Karen
as been named for the diminu-
ve queen.
The transfer to Israel of the last 11.000 Jewish
refugees interned on Cyprus is the first major
emigration and resettlement operation being
carried out in 1949 by the S250.000.000 United Jew-
ish Appeal. A joint operation of the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee and the United Palestine Appeal
two of UJA's three constituent agenciesthe move-
ment of the internees to Israel marks the end of an
era of misery which began in August, 1946. when
the British began deporting Palestine-bound im-
migrants to Cyprus. Photos show how Jewish refu-
gees lived on Cyprus during internment. Barbed
wire (top) gave the internment area concentration
camp aspect. Canvas tents (lower left) character-
ized primitive conditions. Hope for ultimate settle-
ment in Israel led all (lower right) to prepare for
life in Jewish homeland by study and vocational
training. In addition to supporting the activities of
the JDC and UPA. the nationwide $250,000,000
United Jewish Appeal campaign provides funds for
the adjustment resettlement, rehabilitation and
welfare program of the United Service for New
Americans.
nety
Evans Governor Presents
Annual March Of Dimes
Benefit Show In Patio
The Evans Governor Hotel, Mi-
ami Beach, presented its annual
March of Dimes show last night
iq the patio of the hotel.
Master of ceremonies for the
event was Buddy Walker. Others
in the show were Jack Joyce,
Roxanne, Jan Martel and a host
of stars from stage, screen and
radio.
Mayor Marcie Liberman, Miami
Beach chairman of the March of
Dimes, was among the guests at
"the affair.
MOIlAl n,"v..
|Bt ADMISSION
h
4 Cimplttt
T/natrt Skm
.-*<* Cast tf^O
Dalioout Dili
S.i ..d fl*m 4 f.m
**l Call Ja Ho 11, wood 4*91 **
Ffont $ T*o Shows Nitely, 9:30, 12:30
2Shows Sat., 9:30, 1 A.M.
]
Watson Joins Staff Of
Charles S. Meyers. Inc.
Charles S. Meyers, Inc. has an-
nounced the affiliation of R. B.
"Dick" Watson with the organ-
ization as sales representative of
the Allen-Wales Adding Machine
Division of the National Cash Reg-
ister Company. A graduate of the
University of Florida, Mr. Watson
has had seven years experience in
the sale of business machines, in
which the Charles S. Meyers Com-
pany specializes.
RUTH GROSS AGENCY
Inc.
GENERAL INSURANCE
BONDS LIFE
Phone 58-9538
350 LINCOLN ROAD
Workers' Group To Honor
Rabbis Shapiro, Kronish
The Bialik and Ben-Gurion
Branches of the Jewish National
Workers' Alliance will welcome
Rabbis Max Shapiro and Leon
Kronish back from their inspec-
tion tour of Israel at a reception |
to be given tomorrow night at 8
o'clock at Congregation Beth El.
The public is invited.
Congregation To Meet
The Congregation of Beth David
will meet Wednesday night at
8:15 at the Talmud Torah, Mur-
ray G. Cohen, president, has an-
nounced.
Rabbi Isadore H. Shoulson
Rabbi Shoulson's Home feat-
ures Large Airy Rooms, Finest
Foods. 24 hour Registered
Nursing care. 2 acres of land
in Miami Beach. Rates begin
as low as $75. weekly. Few
reservations still available.
1681 MERIDIAN AVE.
MIAMI BEACH
Tel. 58-0112
Free Booklet
i bom* tot 'Sfc tyov tn^
Rabbi Joseph E. Rnckovsky
818 Michigan Avenue
Miami Beach
Phone 5-3595
FOR DEPENDABLE
RELIABLE SERVICE
Call "The Real McCoy"
89-2278
McCOY TYPEWRITER
SERVICE
FREE ESTIMATESPICK-UP
AND DELIVERY
KEYS AND RADIO REPAIR
9700 N.W. 7th Ave.
PAUL
RUTH BROTMAN PRESENTS
LARRY
DRAPER and ADLER
DANCER HARMONICA
"THE ULTIMATE IN A COMBINATION OF FUN AND ART-
THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 24th. 1949 8:30 P.M.
MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUMBiscoyne at Fifth St.
TICKETS $1.5. 2.00 2.50 3.00 PLUS FED. TAX
For Sale at Amidon't (Coral Gables); in Miami: Associated Stores.
Burdine's, Byron's and Municipal Auditorium (last week) 3-7422;
Miami Beach: Miami Beach Radio, Saks Fifth Ave., Condave's Music
Information Mrs. A. Van StraatenVanderbilt Hotel5-0761
Ruth Brotman5-3042
SPONSORED BY MIAMI BEACH JUNIOR HADASSAH
WEISER'S
RAPHAEL HOTEL
and DINING ROOM
146 WASHINGTON AVE.. MIAMI BEACH
Open under the Management oi
MAX REIFMAN
oi the King David Hotel. Hurleyville, N. Y.
KASHRUTH AND SABBATH STRICTLY OBSERVED
American Plan and Public Dining Room
For Reservations call 58-2844
LISTEN TO THE
Jewish
Musical Hoar
WBAY1490 on Your
Dial
Every Friday from 11 A.M.
to 12 Noon
Every Sunday from 10 A.M.
to 11 A.M.
A PROGRAM OF POPULAR.
CLASSICAL AND
LITURGICAL MUSIC
JACOB SCHACHTER
Director
VOTE FOR
J. "FRITZ"
GORDON
I Oil
State Representative
Election Monday, February 7,1949
LISTEN TO YOUR RADIO
Friday, February 4, WGBS6:25 P.M.
Saturday, February 5, WIOD6:55 P.M.
Paid Political AdV


PAGE SIXTEEN
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FEBRUARY
BEAUTIFUL ROOM FOR RENT
In New Home of Young Couple
Kosher Kitchen PltvUefJM
ConTenient Location
3475 S.W. 2th St. Ph. 83-4071
GIVE
B'nai JTrith
FUND DRIVE
AID TO ISRAEL
DR. SIDNEY H. MOSS
Eyes Examined
Glasses Fitted and Repaired
Phone 48-6535
2250 S. W. 8th Street
Opposite Garden Restaurant
INVESTMENT ADVISER
D s:-et ;na-/ A:c;-"*.i HaaSM
_ .-; t: S*:-- I -* L ited :- MM
se y.-n Stocfc E'-.-a-je
NATHAN ABRAHAM
P. O. Box 1922 Miami 11. Fla.
EXIT LONELINESS
FIND HAPPINESS NOW
. C N TMS
CIRCLE CLUB
C-s~-c- ;* Cot1"!*"* S_ "3
i- ,. E 3ra Ave., Piim 50"
PHONE 2-62i2
Ose- p.m. t; 3 p.m.
WRITE P. O. BOX M
PLANTS & SHRUBS
For Sale
Reasonable
JOSEPH MELNICK
1252 N. W. 33rd St
TeL 3-7115
Ga'rtenberg and Schechter
at the beautiful
HELENE HOTEL
1030 15th St.. Miami Beach
Strictly Kosher Dining Room
Open to the Public
Call 5-5785 for Reservations
Spanish Lessons
Grammar or conversation at your
convenience, private or groups,
taugr.t by Cuban Native Lawyer
TeL "82-6901 and 82-4335
NILO C. REGOJO
107 N. E. 1st Ave.. Room 225
TEACHER
Violin instruction for beginners
ALSO
Prepare boys for Bar Mitxvah
Will come to your home
536 N.W. 95th St Ph. 78-0705
B. STIEBEL
POSITION WANTED
HOUSEWORK OR HOTEL
WORKER
Trustworthy and Pleasant
Good References
Call Rose Meisel
82-8400
Sholem Lodge Will
Hold Greater Miami
Initiation Rites
;..:.- rcemben trf B'nai B'rith
:f C V:~-&-- ar.d women's d ;
ten have been invited te "
Great-:: Miami initiation spon-
sored by Sholem Lodge B'na:
rith a: their regular reed
Tuesday a: B:15 pm at Temple
IsraeL .., .
Rabbi Irving Lehrman wu de-
- the principal adore.-; :: the
ling speakir? :r. th
Challenge of a New Era "
Over 300 new members
or.rolled in B'nai B'rith in the
recent membership cr:ve ar.d it
is expected that these men anc
women will attend the Initiation
ceremonies. B'nai B'rith leaders
who will serve on the ritual team
will include: Sidney Aronovitz.
Bill Pallo:. Milton A. Friedman
E ward Newman ar.d Marx Fi
president of Sholem Lodge.
Awards will be presented to top
Sholem membership workers
B'nai B'rith Council gold menorah
pini will be given to Irving Saal
Miltorl A. Fnedrr.ar.. Al Pallet.
Bill Pailot and Sidney Arono-
vitz.
Women's chapters of the greater
Miami area are invited to attend
the initiation ceremonies and pro-
gram- Refreshments will be serve;:
by the Sh '.em Women's Chapter
hospitality committee.
Knight Enters
Legislature Race
Last minute entry in the legis-
lative race which will be run off
Monday is E. Lloyd Knight, form-
er hardware merchant. Mr. Knight
I ted that he is not connected
with any special group ar.d is
standing on the platform of "the
man in the street." The candidate
was chairman of a committee a
decade ago which organized a
successful fight opposing the pass-
age of a city sales tax. Mr. Knight
is still opopsed to any move to
enact a sales tax in Florida. He
also endorses the establ
of a state tax commission to equal-
ize property assessments in the
state of Florida so that Dade
County will pay only its just
share. Mr. Knight, a native of
Georgia, has resided here for the
past 26 years.
MiamTY Will Conduct
Bridge Tournament
The Miami YM & YWHA will
sponsor a duplicate bridge tourna-
ment at the new Y building Mon-
day, February 28, at 8 p.m., with
a playoff scheduled for Monday
evening, March 7.
Har'-'d Myers, chairman of the
*' urnament committee, stated that
this tournament is open to ama-
teurs only. There will be twenty
tables, he added, and the first
80 people to register will be per-
mitted to play. Registration is now-
open and must be made in writ-
ing.
Prizes will be awarded to the
winners.
Obituaries

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Radio Star James Melton To Appear
With U. Of M. Symphony Orchestra
VRS VARY D BLUMENTHAL
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sent !'< Pai
I burial by
the B "' oi..:! lhapel.
Popular radio star of the "Har-
vest of Stars" program, James
Melton, tenor, will appear with
the University of Miami Sym-
phony orchestra conducted by
Modeste Alloo Sunday, Feb. 13,
at 4:30 p.m. and Monday, Feb. 14,
at 8:30 p.m. in the Miami Senior
High school auditorium.
Born in Moultrie, Georgia, Mel-
ton made his first public appear-
ance as soloist in a church choir
during his boyhood in Florida. He
studied at the University of Flor-
ida and Vanderbilt University
under Gaeteno de Luca. His New
York career started with a sing-
ing engagement at the Roxy thea-
ter, ar.d soon afterward he en-
tered the radio field. A concert
tour with George Gershwin fol-
lowed in 1934, and two years
he was engaged by Warner
Brothers and made several mo-
tion pictures.
Deciding to extend his activi-
ties into concert and operatic
work. Melton had his first operat-
Jewish Author To Mark
60th Birthday Tomorrow
A group of friends and col-
leagues including Sholem Asch,
Dr. A. Mukduni and Tunkelcr will
honor Iser Tolush, renowned Jew-
ish author, at a cultural and musi-
cal evening on the occasion of his
60th birthday. The affair will take
place tomorrow night at 8 o'clock
at the New Lyceum, 25 Wash-
ington Ave., Miami Beach.
Participants in the program
which has been arranged by
Anyuta Melicov include: Sophie
Kemper, soprano: Marcel Chilaud,
tenor: Anyuta Melicov. pianist; Is-
raeli Vocal Trio; and the Ha-
honim dancers. Refreshments will
be served.
ic success in "Madame ButterJ
in Cincinnati and in 1949 1
!? wbtutin,7hfiMa^nut?J|
the Metropolitan Opera hou* I
Symphony tickets are avaLl
at the University Symphonv jl
fice, main campus; dow-wl
ticket office at 340 S.E. First*
Cordelia's Book shop; Ami*
Music stores; and the 5ki
Beach Radio shop.
LEGAL NOTICE *
In
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
the riRrriT pourt op
EVENTH JI-I.K-IAI. ciRcrSI
KIX>R1DA. IN A.M. Fol H
L-NTY. IN CHANCERY**!
CERT, \\
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122090.
SYLVIA LEVITT. I'laintlff i
CARL J. LEVITT, 1 .-frndant I
TOU, CARL J. LEVITT, lfrHEul
em Parkway. Brooklyn, N(J {JJI
are notified to rile mr apptuuSI
In the above cause for divorce rnl
before the 7th 1949, or a Deere. (Weno
be entered against you.
MATED: This Jrd .lay of F.bnun
A.D. 1949. ^
E. B. LBATHERMAN, nt
(Circuit Court Seal.
By \I. C. FEIGE,
l>eputv Cli
WASMAN, SILVEI: & SAKOwff
Attorneys
Suite 918 Seybold H^ilillng
Miami, Florida
2/4-11-18-25 3/4
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If sick, worried or in doubt
Consult this medium
Phone 7-3160 Bus 14 to Door
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CLARA LANE
Friendship Center, Inc.
43 N.E. 2nd Street
Opp. Telephone Company
Phone For Appointment
82-3065
Open 10 A.M. to 8 P.M.
FOR RENT
Double Room in Private Home
2 AdultsWith or Without
Kosher Kitchen Privileges
PHONE 2-1398
NURSE UNDERGRADUATE
LONG EXPERIENCE
ALL TREATMENTS AND
MEDICATIONS.
PHONE 48-3160
STENOGRAPHER
BOOKKEEPER
To take charge oi school
office
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ON FEBRUARY 7
VOTE FOR
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1ITH JUDICIAL '"IRrriT ,
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DA.
COUNTY. IN II VNCERT Si I
122058.
HARRY PRIEDMAN Plaintiff, nl
HELEN FRIEDMAN Defendant
Tou, HELEN FRIEDMAN, B|
North Kingsley I1 ILIlyirciiJ
California, are notlfl. I to f|lt appearance In th.- i .... caii* ft I
divorce on the 7th day o( Man^l
A.D. 1949. Otherwise :-- pro es>]
fesao will be ent..:. gainst m
Dated this 2 day of I-Vbruary, AH|
1949.
E. B. LEATHEI'.MAN. Oat
(Circuit Court Seal.
By M. C. FEI0E,
Deputy Ckxfcl
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Plaintiff
102J Seybold BuldiiiK
2/4-11-18-25
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for
STATE REPRESENTATIVE
Special Primary Election
FEBRUARY 7th
To Represent all the Citizens oi Dade County
im Political \to-
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PAGE SEVENTEEN
ipton Reports To Shareholders
if Dade Federal Savings And Loan
loscph M. Lipton, president of
Dnde Federal Savings and
Win Association of Miami, m his
Lai address to the sharehold-
0f that institution on Janu-
20 1949, stated, "The board
/directors and officers are con-
Inced that the safety of your
stituti.'n is measured by the
hrplus and reserves which it has
take care of contingencies
Ihich may arise. We are proud
I state that we have many times
I rves required by the Fed-
[al Savings and Loan Insurance
fcrporation, a governmental
tency. which in addition insures
|ch and every account up to
000."
[Rufu.- H- Daniel, Gus Feuer
hd Leo Robinson were re-elected
directors at the meeting. Di-
tctors already in office include
Upton. Leonard Barr, Charles
Watty. Irwin M. Cassel, Samuel
iipto'n and G. A. Price.
Lipton, in giving a recapitula-
te of the past year, said, "The
fteenth year of operation of your
ade Federal brought its resources
over jJ2.60O,OOO. Its savings
^counts have increased over $1,-
00,000 during the year to a high
ttal of $17,292,535.30. This growth
the combined result of pres-
ot business conditions and a
towing recognition in this com-
munity of the safety and need of
^ving money in your institution.
"We had ample use for all the
vings we could possible attract
ring the year. The first mort-
Bge loan demand expanded with
|ie home building activity which
arted several years ago and
lined momentum throughout the
ear. Mortgage lending was very
Bavy during 1948, this associa-
on having placed a total of
I J.01 for the purpose of
uilding, buying, or repairing
Dir.es by worthy Miamians. The
st two years surpassed all pre-
Jous years in the total funds ad-
need for home ownership pur-
-we have placed a total of
17,697,000 in first mortgages in
he greater Miami area.
t r e balance sheet of your
ksoeiatun as of December 31,
M8, you will note that your re-
prves are now $1,539,970.88, an
Icreaj f over $300,000 during
tables Zionists
Elecl Officers
The constitution of the newly
formed Coral Gables Zionist Dis-
trict was formally accepted and
officers were elected at a meeting
of the group at Hillel House Sun-
day.
New officers include: Sidney
Sanders, president; Oscar Lel-
chuk, first vice president; Harold
George Shapiro, second vice pres-
ident; Morris Simon, third vice
president; Lester Toloff, treasur-
er: Mrs. Polly Bean, recording
secretary; and Mrs. Morris Si-
mon, corresponding secretary.
Elected to the board of direc-
tors were: Dr. Donald Michelson,
Sam Silver, Norman Lyons, Al-
bert Leviek, Sam Pearlman, M.
C. Barkin and Meyer Fine.
Benjamin Gomberg was ap-
pointed chairman of the Jewish
National Fund and Chuck Amber
was chosen chairman of the youth
commission.
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excellent cushion for future con-
tingencies that may arise; and
represent 6 8/10% of your total
assets and over 11% of all Dade
Federal mortgages. This compares
very favorably with the best as-
sociations in the country.
"There is no question that your
Dade Federal Savings & Loan
Association will continue to grow
in 1949. There are no indications
of anything on the general eco-
nomic horizon which would tend
to set this institution back either
in public favor in general fi-
nancial soundness. As I have al-
ready suggested, the degree of
growth can be profoundly influ-
enced by the activity of our
present members in telling others
of the Dade Federal's services.
"This association has been in
business 15 years. As in the past,
it is here for the purpose of pro-
Directors Of Auxiliary To
Home For Aged To Meet
The Miami Ladies Auxiliary to
the Jewish Home for the Aged
will hold a board meeting Tues-
day at 1 p.m. at Congregation
Beth El. Plans for a membership
tea slated for Tuesday, February
22, will be discussed. Mrs. Nate
Katz, chairman, requests all board
members be present.
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Jewlstfhrldfon
Hadassah To Hold
Conference Here
The southeastern reginal con-
ference of Hadassah will be held
March 27 through 29 at the Mc-
Allister Hotel.
Mrs. George Chait, Atlanta, re-
gional president, will preside at
the conference, at which deleg-
ates from the 45 Hadassah chap-
ters and Business and Profession-
al Divisions in Georgia, Florida,
South Carolina and Puerto Rico
will be present. The Puerto Rican
chapter is the only one outside
the continental United States.
Mrs. Milton Sirkin, president of
the Greater Miami Chapti
Hadassah which will be hosl to
the conference, points out
this conference will be a parti-
cularly important one because of
the pressing needs of Israel, aris-
ing from the military situation as
well as those of reconstruction.
Hadassah, which was founded
in 1912, has been concerned with
healing, and has worked to im-
prove the sanitation and living
conditions of all the people of
Palestine. The first Hadassah
medical detachment went to Pal-
estine in 1918 and today the
Rothschild Hadassah Medical
Center outside of Jerusalem is
considered the most modern in-
stitution of its kind east of Lon-
don. Jews, Christians ar.d Arabs
all receive equal care and atten-
tion in all Hadassah medical cen-
ters.
Another important phase of
Hadassah's work is the Youth
Aliyah movement which has
brought more than 35,000 chil-
dren, most of them orphans, into
Palestine. 60,000 still remain in
Europe and Hadassah hopes to
facilitate bringing in the rest of
these children.
Approximately 150 delegates
are expected to attend the con-
ference, of which Mrs. Harry
Rubin is in charge of arrange-
ments.
Caldwell Returns To
Private Law Practice
Tallahassee, Fla.Former Gov-
ernor Millard Caldwell returned
to the private practice of law
this week as a member of the firm
of Caldwell. Parker, Foster &
Wigginton, of Tallahassee
Before his election in 1944.
Caldwell had offices here. He took
his law work at the University of
Mississippi and Virginia and has
practiced in Florida since his ar-
rival in the early twenties.
During the time he was gover-
nor, state boards on which he
served were engaged in a number
of law suits brought against them
by Attorney General Tom Wat-
son. The boards were upheld by
the courts in every one of these
major cases.
Beth Sholom Women To
Hold Annual Luncheon
The annual luncheon of the Sis-
terhood of Temple Beth Sholom
will be held on Wednesday, Feb-
ruary 16, at 12:30 p.m.. at the
Saxony Hotel, according to an
announcement by Mrs. Louis J.
Krensky, president.
Mrs. Alexander Kogan and Mrs.
William Farr are co-chairman of
the function and Mrs. Alexander
Robbins is reservations chairman.
The Sisterhoods annual ad jour-
nal. 'Today and Tomorrow." will
be given out as a souvenir a: is being planned. Mrs.
Arthur Eisner will be honored
.... Sisterhood queen in recogni-
tion of the tact that she sold the
largest nun/ er of advertisements
foi the journal
West Flagler Attendance
Greater Than Last Year
I vds an swarming the track
to capacity and smashing all at-
tendance records this season at
the 'A Flagler Kennel Club.
In 21 nights of racing. 134.869
fans have jammed through the
Flagler turnstiles as against 122.-
9."6 for the same period last yea.
Tlie increase is 14,000 over last
and indicates that West
F agler, holder of the state record
sonal attei dance, will
shatter the mark this ye ir.
Last season, 474,751 fans
Flagler to mark up
n new attendance record in Flor-
ida. This y ar the crowd will
shoot past the half million mark
by s healthy n argin, Jacob Sher,
president of the westeide oval
predicted.
Phol i finish* s hi i n com-
ing a dime a do/en this season at
gler. In 310 races, 117 photo-
graphs were necessary to decide
the winners. This is a new record
at Flagler.
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY i
Debbs To Sponsor Dance
For March Of Dimes
The Debbs Chapter of B'nai
B'rith Young Women will spon-
sor a dance I w night at
8 p.m. at thi Hilli Hi use, 3306
Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral
Gables. Proceeds from the affair
will go to the March of Dimes.
The Debbs Chapter and the
FDR Chapter of B'nai B'rith
Young Men will conduit Sal I ath
evening services tonight at C
lion Beth David. Charlotte
Sandier. Norn an Frank and Edith
Feldman will participate.
WASHINGTON. D. C._B'nai BT.th was the only Jew h or-
ganization invited to enter a float in the parade thafollowed
President Truman's inauguration. This float, shown above was
seen by a million spectators along the line of march and by million.
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The Germans And Their Kultur
The year 1948, that saw the founding of the State Israel, also
witnessed the opening of Brandeis University. The first Jewish
college in America devoted purely to secular studies should be hailed
with gratification. For a people given to learning, such an institution
is long over due. This school, I am confident, will become a distin-
guished university.
Yiddish and German *
The curriculum lists German, elementary and advanced, as im-
portant courses. This raises the question whether Jews should
cultivate at all the Teutonic language or kultur. By a strange para-
dox, there is quite an affiliation between Jews and the German
language. Yiddish, all vehement denials notwithstanding, is basically
Germanic. All protests of ardent Yiddishists cannot alter the obvious
tact that a Yiddish speaker understands a goodly measure of Ger-
v& L ra Prussian- Bavarian, or Austrian can get the drift of
Yiddish. If Germans were not such blockheads, they would have
backed up a people scattered through all nations who spoke a Ger-
manic Iinqua franca. Through Jews, there was a great chance for
c-xerman to become an international language. But Hitler and his
fellow psychopaths decided instead to anihilate this avant-coureur of
Uerman kulture in every land.
Ingrained German Savagery
It is difficult to talk with moderation of Germans after living
through the period of Nazi beastialities. Yet persecution is no isolated
phenomenon in Jewish history. The record is long and bloody. But no
people can match the cold ferocity of German savagery. We can
understand the outburst of religious frenzies that have taken in the
past such a toll of human lives. We can account for the superstitious
fears that drove the terror stricken peasantry to murdering during
the Black Death. Even the horrors of the Spanish Expulsion and
Inquisition had a certain fanatical logic. There was something of a
compliment in the concern these bigots felt for the spiritual welfare
of the Jews. The Catholic kings demanded their conversion; the In-
quisitor was bent on the salvation of their souls. But with Hitler, the
Jews came up against an experience, altogether without precedent.
For the first time in 4,000 years, they were trapped, with no solution,
with no way out. The Nazi maniacs set their diseased minds on
genocide. Nothing else would do but the complete extermination of
every Jewish man. woman, and child in this wide world.
Did this fiendish program fall like a thunderbolt from the skies?
Was it a sudden inspiration that struck the Germans, who prided
themselves the most scientific, the most philosophic, the most musical,
the most kultur _>d of all people? A glance at Marvin Lowenthal's
"Jews of Germany" will show that Judeophobia is endemic to the
Teutonic soul. Nazism was the heritage of scientific anti-Semitism
that arose as soon as Bismark united the conglomerate German
states into an impire. And this anti-Semitism was in turn the natural
outgrowth of a religious hate that poisoned the Germans, Catholic
or Protestant, for a thousand years. There is mighty little difference
between the language of Hitler and Luther in their attitude towards
Jews. The student comes to the conclusion that the concentration
camps, the death trains, the gas chambers, the crematoria of the Hit-
ler era became the outer expression of what germinated in the
secret recesses of the Teutonic soul for centuries.
It is therefore not surprising to learn that Nazism is by no means
dead. Some Jews show concern when they hear that after all the
mass murders, anti-Semitism is still growing in Germany and spread-
ing. But why worry? The D.P.'s are leaving the Nazi murder
factories as fast as Israeli boats can take them to Haifa or Tel Aviv.
What Jew v/ith an ounce of self respect would want to remain in
Germany? And such who are callous enough to tread the accursed
soil soaked with the blood of their relatives deserve all the atrocities,
in which the Germans specialize.
Other Cultures
Therefore, why should Jews study the language and literature
of their most hateful enemies? Why glorify the achievements of
scientific beasts? Why German kultur, when there is a vast English
and American literature, far too extensive for the efforts of a single
lifetime? There is the vibrant Hebrew renascence flowering forth in
Israel. Even Yiddish, expiring from the death wounds sustained in
the German camps, is still producing much that is sensitive and
beautiful. If the scholar is still hungry, there are the crystal clear
masterpieces of France; the realistic psychologic probings of a pre
Soviet Russia; not to mention those old foundations of Western en-
lightenment: the perfections of the Greek classic, the sonorous
periods of Latin diction.
Amalek
The Torah relates that immediately after the Exodus from
Egypt, the tribe Amalek attacked the Children of Israel with the
intent to destroy them. Victory was achieved only through the
intercessory prayer of Moses. The Great Lawgiver then commanded
his people to "blot out the memory of Amalek from under Heaven."
The Bible records many wars; but eternal hatred was reserved only
for this arch enemy. Long before Hitler, the Jews of Eastern Europe
would say "a Deutch is ein Amalek." This identification of the
ancient with a modern destroyer of Israel is of vast significance. The
Torah is a pretty safe guide to follow. _________________________
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FEBRUARY 4, 1943 ^Jewlstfhrldl/afi PAGE THIRTEEN /4K Appeal % ^e#4*# It is the responsibility of this community It is the duty of every citizen to vote VOTE FOR SIDNEY L SEGALL CANDIDATE for STATE LEGISLATURE Election date Monday, February 7th, 1949 Sidney is an outstanding civic worker! Eminently qualified His record: President, Miami Zionist District—3 Terms Past officer B'nai B'rith Past secretary Board of Directors, Beth David Congregation Active Worker in Federation Board of Directors, Young Democrats Former Florida Assistant Attorney General Veterans' Committee, Miami Elks Lodge Chairman, Grievance Committee, Dade County Bar Association Lieutenant Colonel on Fuller Warren's staff Former member United States Department of Justice Fifteen years practicing Florida attorney Miami Elks Lodge, 948 He has our support! He deserves your support! ABE ALLENBERG JUDGE LOUIE BANDEL SIDNEY J. BERGER HERBERT L BLUME SHEPARD BROAD JUDGE ALBERT DUBBIN LEO EISENSTEIN MARX FABER ARTHUR FRIEDMAN SOL GOLDSTROM I. R. GOODMAN JACK GORDON JACK KIRCHIK WALTER KOVNER HANNAH LEVITT J. N. MORRIS BILL PALLOT JACK PALLOT MOSES PALLOT DR. HAROLD RAND SAMUEL A. RIVKIND BURNETT ROTH MRS. HARRY RUBIN ABE SCHONFELD HERBERT N. SCHWARZ PHILIP SEGALL SAM W. SHAPIRO SAM SILVER HARRY SIMONHOFF FRANK SOLOMON AL STONE LEONARD TOBIN JEROME H. WEINKLE SIDNEY L WEINTRAUB MILTOtf WEISS MRS. ANNA BRENNER MEYERS Paid for by Friends of "Sid Segall for Legislature"



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(( Between You and Me By BORIS SMOLAR (Copyright, 1948, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) • 9 Washington Moods: With the elections in Israel over, sentiment in Washington is growing that Israel, not the Arab countries, may turn out to be a strong ally of the Western powers if war breaks out in the Middle East Many now have come to the conclusion that although Soviet Russia strongly supported the establishment of the Jewish state, the Israeli government is pro-American, not pro-Soviet And there are even some who are of the opinion that the Israeli Army, small but well-organized and experienced in battle, may bar the way to a Russian advance into North Africa They foresee the possibility of a Russian invasion into the Middle East They estimate that Russia could reach the oil fields of Iraq within a week or so They reveal that the bases now available to the Western powers in the Arab countries are undermanned and poorly equipped for defense against a major power And they even go so far as to state that Westerners living in the Arab countries are resigned to the idea that the Russians can move in there when they like, if they should decide on war Under these circumstances, Israel, the Suez Canal and Cyprus are considered by them as the first line of defense for the Western powers The main Western military and air bases for war in the Middle East, under existing plans, are to be in Libya, the Sudan and Eritrea This is because of the existing theory that even if the Soviet advance were halted at the Israeli border, the bulk of the Middle East would be in Russian control Experts now believe that when war comes to the Middle East, the oil in Arab lands must be written off as lost to both sides And the idea is now taking hold to consider Arab oil as a peacetime asset, not a wartime asset Those advancing this idea base it on reports from the scene that the Russians, once started, can sweep through Iran, cut pipe lines and seal off whole territories The West can harass the region, but cannot keep it, they think Hence nobody will get the Arab oil in a shooting war • • • • • Zionist Affairs: Dr. Abba Hillel Silver and Dr. Emanuel Neumann will soon begin a tour throughout the country .. The two Zionist leaders are determined to fortify the position they have taken to the effect that the Jewish Agency executive has no jurisdiction to interfere in the internal affairs of the United Jewish Appeal And their tour will be "in the interest of better clarification of the current situation in American Zionism" All this has much to do with attempts which are still being made by some members of the Jewish Agency executive to bring Montor back into the United Jewish ApMeanwhile this year's Irving Miller have been mentioned as likely candidates But all indications point to the fact that Herman L. Weisman, national chairman of the United Palestine Appeal, will be the candidate whom Silver and Neumann will back for the Z.O.A. presidency ... As the time of the Weizmann-Truman dinner approaches, Meyer Weisgal, who is arranging this affair for the benefit of the Weizmann Institute, is being flooded with requests for reservations The dinner is to take place on Feb. 19 at the Waldorf-Astoria, and it was indicated that Truman may offer his personal airplane to Weizmann to bring the Israeli President to New York There are also many people asking Weisgal to secure for them from President Weizmann an autographed copy of his book, "Trial and Error," which has just been published in this country One Jewish leader who asked for such an autographed copy was told by Weisgal that he will get it if his community contributes no less than $100,000 to the Weizmann Institute Past and Present: The Central Yiddish Culture Organization has issued the second volume of "The Yiddish People," a Jewish encyclopedic handbook in English Those who remember the first volume, which was published about a year ago, will look forward to acquiring the new tome But even people who failed to get Volume I, will find great interest in Volume II The book is devoted to fundamental studies on Jewish social, national, political and cultural life .. You can find in it all the facts and figures you want about the Jewish population in the United States, Canada and Israel The volume also contains expertly-written articles on Jewish colonization in Russia under the Czar as well as under the Soviets You will be greatly interested in the studies on Jewish farming in the United States, Canada and Argentina And no less in the section dealing with the history of Jewish colonization in Palestine, although this chapter extends only through the end of 1945 There is also an interesting table of dates and docu ; ments relating to the history of Zionism, beginning with 1862 and up to the present day Readers interested in Jewish education and its development will find in "The Jewish People" expert studies on Hebrew and Yiddish education in the United States, Latin America, Eastern Europe, the British Commonwealth, Palestine and other countries And those interested in the Jewish labor movement will find in this volume basic articles on this subject There is a searching analysis on modern currents in Jewish social and national life, and studies on Jewish law, Jewish morals and Jewish communal life in the U.S. and other countries All in all it is a collecpeal campaign for the United Jewish Appeal has begun as usual in a number of cities Within the tion of fnst-class presentations on Z.O.A. the question is now being basic aspects of Jewish life^condiscussed as to who shall be the taming excellent background and next president of the organiza tion to succeed Dr. Neumann when his term expires Under the Z.O.A. constitution Dr. Neumann can no longer hold the post, data based on many years of research ... 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UDAY. FEBRUARY 4, 1949 *Jewisli fkriaft^jn PAGE FIVE ioutheastern Region Of JDC To Hold hird Annual Conference In Jacksonville A panel of leading authorities the situation of Europe's Jews ind American efforts in their belalf will speak at the third anlital ronference of the Joint Distribution Committee's southeastern region Sunday afternoon in the Hotel Roosevelt, Jacksonville, illiam PEngel of Birmingham, regional chairman, announced this Edward M. M. Warburg, chairDan of the JDC, major American feeenev aiding distressed Jews Cverseas, and Dr. Isador Lubin, fijnited States representative on [the UN. Economic and EmployL | t Commission, will deliver Rhc principal addresses at the (r,),! ling's general session beginning at 2 p.m. The meeting will |be open to the public. No funds will be solicited at Ithe meeting, which will be attended by Jewish leaders from nine states in the southeast. Enjgcl explained that funds for JDC's resettlement, reconstruction and relief operations in Europe, North Africa and other (areas are derived from the $250,000.000 nationwide campaign of Ithe United Jewish Appeal. Both Warburg and Dr. Lubin, I who is also a member of the JDC executive, administration and reIconstruction committees, recently returned from Europe, where they studied first-hand the progress of Europe's Jews toward recovery, as well as their current needs. At three concurrent sessions Sunday morning, the southeastern region will hold its annual business meeting to elect officers ar.d discuss plans for JDC regional activity during the year. Southeastern leaders of JDC's Supplies for Overseas Survivors collection, a nationwide drive for Samuel B. Gilbert To Become Bar Mitzvah Mr. and Mrs. Harry S. Gilbert, formerly of Philadelphia, now residing at 3677 jS.W. 23rd St., jannounce that Jtheir son, Sami .uel Berle, will become Bar J Mitzvah Saturday, February 12, at 9:30 a.m. at I the Congregation Beth David. Samuel is a k ___ student at Shenandoah Junior Samuel Berle High and a member of Boy Scout Troop No. 89 of Beth David. Samuel is a student at Shenandoah Junior High and a member of Boy Scout Troop No. 89 of Beth David. A reception will follow the ceremonies. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. contributions or relief-in-kind, will meet and young adult leaders of JDC's National Youth Advisory Council will elect officers and discuss youth participation in overseas aid activities. Officers of JDC's southeastern region include Stanley C. Myers and William D. Singer of Miami, vice chairmen. Beth David Will Dedicate Site For Synagogue Congregation Beth David, of which Rabbi Max Shapiro has been spiritual leader for the past 16 years, will dedicate the new site for its synagogue, S.W. Third Ave. (Coral Way) and 26th Road, Sunday, February 13, according to Sidney Lefcourt, chairman of the steering committee. After months of serious deliberation, plans have been approved and work will begin immediately on the million dollar structure. When completed it will be one of the most modern synagogues in America, Lefcourt reports. Plans call for a three-fold structure to include a main center temple with a seating capacity of 2500, a classroom wing to be composed of thirty rooms and an auxiliary chapel, and another wing for auditorium and recreational facilities with kitchen and banquet room. The building will be air conditioned throughout. In addition, there will be playground facilities for children. A number of prominent individuals are expected to attend the dedication ceremonies which are being arranged by Louis Heiman and Herbert Scher. Cantors and rabbis of the area will participate in the program. The Sunday school children, under the direction of education director, Jerome Gordon, will plant the first trees on the grounds in honor of this occasion and Tv-B'shvat, Jewish Arbor Day, which falls during this same period. "This dedication marks a milestone in the history of Miami's pioneer synagogue, the culmination of a long hoped-for dream to provide temple of adequate beauty to accomodate the rapid growth of our community," Lefcourt said. On the dedication committee are Herbert E. Scher, Louis Heiman, program; Harry Gordon, Jerome Gordon, Bernard Sterling, publicity. Sorority Luncheon Phi Sigma Sigma sorority will honor Laurie Whatson and Doris Hoffman, graduating seniors, at a luncheon Saturday, February 5. The affair will be held at the Ritza Plaza Hotel, Miami Beach at 1:30 p.m. Registration Increases At Jewish Studies Institute An ever-increasing interest by adults in Jewish Education has been shown by the marked rise in registration for the spring semester at the Institute of Jewish Studies For Adults. The total registration now stands well over the hundred mark. The institute is sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education, Beth David, Beth El, and Miami YMHA, and is housed in the Beth El at S. W. 17th Ave. and 5th St. The curriculum includes courses in beginners and advanced Hebrew, beginners Yiddish, Yiddish literature, Jewish history, the Bible, and the history of Zionism. The institute meets every Monday night from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. Additional registration for the spring semester will take place Monday at 7:30 p.m. at the Beth El. Tuition is free. 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PAGE EIGHT fJenistJhridiiin FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4 Joy Simonhoff Exchanges Nuptial Vows With Albert Epstein At Temple Israel Under an improvised canopy of palms and white gladioli, Joy Ruth Simonhoff. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Simonhoff of this city, exchanged marriage vows with Albert Irving Epstein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Epstein, Brooklyn, N. Y. The ceremony was performed by Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan Sunday afternoon at Temple Israel. Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring of the Miami Beach Jewish Center chanted the traditional Hebrew liturgy. Instead of the usual "Bridal March" from Lohengrin, Mrs. Annie Laurie Lee played the "Priests March" from Mendelsohn"s Athaliah. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of white duches satin trimmed in Chantilly lace. Her illusion veil clasped to a chaplet of pearLs foil full length. The bride carried a bouquet of white roses and orchids. Elaine Simonhoff, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. 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Proceeds will be the kitduPONT BLDG., MIAMI Proudly presents their 1949 Collection of America's Finest ftathttiq, £uiU from America's Top Designers— Catalina Gantner Maurice Handler Rose Marie Reid Cole of California Truly an exciting selection of styles and colors for Misses, Women, Juniors Moderately priced Joan Beverly Bloom Joan Beverly Bloom Betrothal Revealed The engagement of Joan Beverly Bloom to David J Dubov, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis R. Dubov, 812 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach, has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip M. Bloom, 2120 S.W. 24th St. Miss Bloom attends the Patiricia Vance Modeling School. If. i t. ance is a senior at the University of Miami. frwin Shapiro fing< rtip veil with clusters of satin flowers on either side of her illiisior. headpiece. Mai 1 ol honor for her sister was Ruth Bloom. Mrs. Joe Flax, Arlington, Va., sister of the bridegroom, served as matron of honor. Karl Pertnoy was best man. were Dave Miller, Mike Margolis, Bernard and Harold Berkow. Patricia Ann Sykes was flower girl and Joel Kenbaum was ring bearer. The groom is the son of Mrs. el Shapiro, Baltimore, Md., and t! e late Mr. Shapiro. Mrs. Max Feld Fetes Husband at Luncheon A buffet luncheon and garde:, party in celebration of Max P. Felds admission to the practice of certified public accountancy was given by his wife. Mrs. Florence K. Feld on Sunday afternoon at their home, 1272 SW 22nd Terr. Among the 200 were Rabbi and Mrs. Mosi Mi cheloff, Mr.*. Francs Makovskv president of the Beth Jacol Si terhood, and Mike Gettinger, assistant executive dire-tor of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, Also present was Sidney I court with whose firm. Weber, Thompson and Lefcourt, Mr. I is now associated. Bride Of January 30 Honored At Luncheon Joy Simonhoff, who became the bride of Albert I. Epstein Sunday, was honored at a luncheon given by Mrs. Samuel Basker, Tampa, at the Slurry Frontenac Hotel last Thursday at 1 p.m. Decorations of pink and white carried out the bridal motif. Guests included Mi-s. Joseph Epstein, Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff, Mrs Oida Rubin. Mrs. Harry Rubin. Miss Esther Cohen, Mrs. Joseph Cohen. Mrs. Charles Robins. Mrs. Herbert Mammond, Mrs. Emanuel Smith, Mrs. Edward Rubm. Mrs Max Dobrin, Mrs. Sy I-ipton, Mrs. George Kelrick, Mrs. Abraham Schindel, Mrs. Mike art and Mrs. Samuel Gn enblatt. • ; % %  :-:.:: !" :-;v.-v/.v.-^ I AT BOTH THEATRES, ) n ) J. 8600 Biscayne Blvd. MUSIC COCKTAILS DINNER SUPPER Reservations Phone PAUL 7-3831 Mrs. Leo Zuckerman Dr. Zuckerman And Bride To Reside In Miami Beach Dr. Leo Zuckerman and his bride of a few months have just taken up permanent residence at 333 86th St., Miami Beach. Married in Quebec, Canada, on October 17 by the Rev. Harry J. Stern of Temple Emanu-El, Montreal, the couple spent a twoweek honeymoon there before returning to Miami Beach. The bride is the former Miss Jeanne Marion Beit, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Beit of New London, Conn. A graduate of Williams Memorial Institute for Young Ladies in New London, Conn., she recently attended the Casement Junior College in Ormond Beach, Fla. Dr. Zuckerman is a graduate of Hamilton College, Clinton. N. Y., and received his medical degree from the Albany Medical College. He practiced in Saratoga Springs, N. Y. After serving over four years in the Army Medical Corps, he came to Miami Beach where he is a specialist in internal medicine. He has been practising at 350 Lincoln Road for the past two years. Mizrachi Women to Meet A meeting of the Miami Beach Mizrachi Women's Organization will be held tomorrow night at Beth Jacob Congregation, Mrs. Sarah Hochman, president, has announced. A prominent speaker from Israel will speak. Imported from Belgium. 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PAGE TWELVE Temple Isaiah To Install New Officers At Services Tonight Julius Jay Perlmutter will be installed as president of the Congregation of Temple Isaiah tonight at 8:15 at the Temple. 1065 Dade Blvd., Miami Beach. Harold Shapiro, past president of the congregation, will serve as installing officer. Other officers include Siegfried Geismar. Dr. Seymour Kreisler and Milford SPurcel, vice presidents; Abe Schonfeld, secretary. Benjamin Tupler, treasurer. On the board of directors are Al Cohen, Dr. Milton S. Goldman, Richard G. Goodman, Charles Gordon, Abe Hirsch, Sam Hyman. Jay B. Keys, Alfred Kreisler. Dr. Maurice Rich. Joseph Rosenthal. Harold Shapiro, Benjamin J. Silver. Dr. Leo Zuckerman and Clara Mae Van Ness, president of the Sisterhood. Rabbi David Raab, spiritual leader of Temple Isaiah, will conduct the Friday evening service and preach the sermon on the subject "Judaism and American Democracy." The incoming president has been active in the Reform Jewish movement for over 18 years and until July. 1948. served as a member of the board of directors of Central Synagogue of Nassau County. Long Island, N. Y. He is founder and first vice president of the National Cancer Foundation, a member of the Masonic Order, the Civic League of Miami Beach, the Chamber of Commerce and 52 Organization. In addition, he is a member of B'nai B'rith, the Zionist Oragnization of America and the Exchange Club. An associate of the Miami Beach Board of Realtors, he is one of the organizers of the Deborah Tuberculosis Sanitorium Men's League. A reception will follow the services with the following serving as hostesses: Mrs. J. B. Keys, chairman, Mesdames Abe Schonfeld, Al Cohen. Benjamin Silver. Morris Friedman. Benjamin Tupler and Rose Brodsky. The public is invited to attend. Julius Jaij Perlmutter Rabbi Raab To Review Stone's "This Is Israel" Rabbi David Raab will review I. F. Stone's "This Is Israel" at a meeting of the Temple Isaiah Sisterhood Monday at 1:30 p.m. in the new Temple quarters at 1065 Dade Blvd., Miami Beach. Films depicting the theme of brotherhood will be shown. Miss Frieda Shiffman, who is in charge of the program, announces. Refreshments will be served. The meeting is open to the public. Pioneer Women To Hold Donor Dinner Plans for the donor dinner to be given by the Council of Pioneer Women's Organizations of Greater Miami Sunday, February 13 at 12:30 p.m. at the Colony Restaurant. 22nd St. and Collins Ave.. Miami Beach, have been completed, according to Rosemary Gerson Kaplan, president. Dvorah Rothbard, first cmissary of the Pioneer Women to Israel who has just returned from a six-month stay there, will be principal speaker. Rabhi Leon Kronish, a member of Miami's delegation to Israel, will also address the group. Appearing on the musical portion of the program will be Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center who will be accompanied by Hy Fried, organist of TV: Beth Sholom. Miss Rothbard will be guest of honor at an open 1ouse at home of Mr. and Mrs. 11.. Faber. 1045 10th St., Miami B< February 11 at 8 p.m. All Pit women and their friends arc invited to attend. Saurd'iv evening. February 12. at 7:30, Miss Rothbard will 'participate in a seminar at tin home of Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Faber. 3470 Chase Ave., Miami Beach. The visitor will speak at an executive meeting at the home of Mrs. Israel Shapoff. 318 S.W. Road, Monday. A mass meeting at the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center Monday r..ght, February 14. at 8 o'clock will climax Miss Rothbard's stay here. Mrs. I. Pushkin is chairman of this affair. February 11-12 \s Proclaimed Seoul Sahhalli In a letter to all rabbis in the United State, Dr. Robert G president of the Synagogue Council of America, pi : Feb ru j 11-12 as Boj Scout ft comes during B Week, marking I e 39th am y of the Bov Scouts of America Appropriate religious win be conducted for S< crs in synagogues tempi. Durii i;1 s '' ,uts who have qualified, will receive the Ner Tamid Award for ence To obtain a Ner Tamio Award, a Scout i that he has sati I I >ry know Jewish history and thai h< fulfilled certain home and syna gogue observances. Requirements for the Ner Tamid Scout Award were developed by the Jewish Committee on S ing and approved I y the Sy gogue Council of Ann rii a, as reJewish int rj n ta tion ol the Scout Requirements f„ r a d' %  : -' that a boy must "furnish satisfacl ence thai he has pul ii to pi in his daily life the principles of the | Oath and Law The Jewish Committee o Scouting, i n tin I representatives of national organizations, ream! members-atlarge, was formed in 1926 at the invitation of the Boy Scoutoi America, to further closer cooperation with Jewish institusuch as synagogues, comui ity centers, B'nai B'rith lodges, and others, that make availal le the Scouting pn • the America. The national chairman of the Jewish Committi i i S "uting is Frank L. Weil, president of the '. tiona] Jewish Welfare Board. and ., member of the national i xecutive board of the Boy Scouts of America. Dr. Harry Lasker. irector of the Jewish nships of the Boy Scouts of is executivi secretary of the committee. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4 3 VOTE FOR E. LLOYD KNIGHT FOR REPRESENTATIVE We need an experienced business man added to our legal delegation. A Miami resident for 26 years. (Paid political ad. by friends of E. Lloyd Knifht) Horton Receives Praise For Performance Here The first presentation at Stevers Oceanside Theatre opened this k with Edward Everett Horton in ••Springtime for Henry" playing to capacity crowds. An enthusiastic audience greeted the veteran actor who gave a perin< e %  hich ki pt the playgoers in gales of mirth. Mr. Hor' : gift for expressive facial contortions, reaching its peak in a scene where he holds a conMolly Picon To HcailHiM' Plaza Bill February 9-13 A season of outstanding Yiddish shows which are being preI al the Plaza Theatre. Mi<.mi Beach, will be climaxed by the personal appearance fiom February 9th through the 3th of Molly Picon, "queen of Jewish musical comedy." assisted by Jacob Kalish. Miss Picon foil w Jennie Goldstein who .. current ly appealing at the Beach theatre. On the same program with Miss Picon will be the screen attraction of "Green Fields," starring Helen Beverly and Isidore C in a Yiddish film with English sub-titles. Hollywood B'nai B'rith Youth Group Holds Meet A meeting of the Hollywood Chapter. B'nai B'rith Youth Oration was held at the Jewish Community Center on Thursday evening. January 27. Plans were discussed for the joint meeting to be held with the B'nai B'rith Lodge of Hollywood Wednesday evening. February ;,; Guest speaker of the evening will be Gilbert Balkin. Hostess the evening will be Norm a g, assisted by Miss Daniels and Mrs. Sidney Lipsitz, m otl er of Barry Lipsitz, yice i of the group. Meetings of the organization are held on Thursday evenings. According to Morton Reiss, program chairman, a series of interesting programs are planned to follow the business sessions. bership in the organization is open to young men and young en between the ages of 17 and 25. llahbi To Review Hook Tuesday Rabbi Max Kaufman, spiritual if the Hollywood Jewish munity Center, will review ard Fast's "My Glorious Brothers" Tuesday at 8:30 p.m. under the auspices of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Center. Dr Kaufman has done post graduate work in comparative literature. He is the author of "Matoil" and "Tails from Specks of Dust" and several other volumes in prose and e He has contributed t o numerous periodicals a n d J one of his articles is soon to apin the PerRflbbi Kflll/ma „ list, a quart. rly published by tne University of Southern California. The book review will be followed by an illustrated travelogue on Florida to \ e presented by Miss Sadie Balkin. New York. Admission is free. The public is inviti d. Zionist Luncheon Group Will Hear Rabbi David Raab Rabbi David Raab leader of Temple ation with 1 in self, had the spectators convulsed with laughter. Sophisticated but never offensive repartee sparkled during tho entire play. Glenda Farrell in a n le madi to order for the unaffected actress ably supported Mr. Horton Producer Richard Stever turned in a good performance on his own informal chat with the audi%  '••:• lich he apologized for the present shortcomings of '' • i opened on two weeks' ; ; %  :. ing many improvements during the coming weeks. —ST. s Piritta| 'saiah, *j speak on the topic, j Was Jj in the Land of Israel," at the fc ami Beach Zionist District hj eon club meeting Wednesday-l 12:15 p.m. at the Xationafj ,J A native of Tel-Aviv foE Raab came to the United sS in 1930 after receiving U,rti education there. He attend Brooklyn College, receiving A.B. degree and was onto! at the Hebrew Union Collet Cincinnati, receiving an additJ! al degree, Master of Hebrew IA ters. Rabbi Raab. who is a mem. bcr of the Central Conference i\ American Rabbis, the Greate Miami Rabbinical Association, j on the board of directors of t| Miami Beach Zionist District, and the Southeastern Region i Masada. Last year Rabbi Raab. was fc I strumental in organizing the | Hollywood-Ft. Lauderdale Chapter of Hadassah and this yearn one of the leaders in organianj the Zionist District of Broward County. He is known for his wort with the Young Judaea Leadership Training Course in Mian' Beach. Before coming to this area, RahI bi Raab was at Temple B'rith Sholom in Louisville, Ky. and ha held pulpits at Danville, 111., ad Newark, N. J. For three years, he has served as auxiliary Jewish chaplain at Fort Konx, Ky, and Boca Raton Air Base, Fla. Al present Rabbi Raab may be heard weekly, Saturdays ;it 9:15 amor, station WINZ on "The Living | Synagogue" radio program. Guests of honor at the luncheon I will be Mr. and Mrs Leon J. HI who have recently returned from President Truman's inauguration! festivities in Washington. Mr. Ell, a member of the board I of directors of the Miami Beacil Zionist District, and Temple Bethl Sholom, who visisted Israel last] year, will be honored for "his outstanding service" to the Miami Beach Zionist District and the cause of Zionism in his capacity as co-chairman of Materials fa Israel. Jennie Goldstein Company Employs New Method Of Exterminating Household Pests The Laboratory Exterminators have a new. highly effective thod of eliminating household pests such as ants, roaches, moths, ding to company officials. This new process, they explain. <-'? i Pi nys dr >'f Ka fog so fine that 64.000.000 droplet* could fit within a single drop from an ordinary sprayer. Through the use of this rog, every crack and cervice can eacned. The job requires onlv tour hours and is effective for months. Custom Fogging, as the method w called. Ls harmless to human beings and pets and will not sunn or damage drapes or furniS.W. Cu ^ t0m Fo in ? has been Publicized in leading magazines J':; sbp en endorsed by state and Civic bodies and was used extensively by the armed forces. custom Fogging of homes upon the opening and closing of seasona s becoming more and more popular, company officials report/and .s ng a nd Pla m C ol S d r Previ < £ SM?S5?S of the con,pan y anv n f *? free estimates to '} ne interested. Pioneer Women 1 Mark JNF Birthday Final arrangements for tne 4Tth birthday celebration of the Jewish National Fund t obe hdd Sunday in the auditorium of W Hebrew Academy. 918 6th Si Miami Beach, were completed at a meeting of Pioneer Women Club No. One of| Miami Beach. Dr. David S. Andron and H. Ehrenreich will be principal, speakers. The Israeli Quartet, under the direc, £^ ren re'v^ tion of Joseph i Schreibman, will *S selections nd the latest Palest..* film will be shown. Sefer HW dinah certificates will be a*arae to qualified individuals. In charge of arrangement^ the affair are: Mrs. J. Z. & %  JNF chairman, Mrs. M. MJ£ | son, co-chairman, Mr. a" Lou.s Feinstein, Mrs L* na X Ian, Mrs. Betty Pf>fJ£ Mary Stepkin, Mrs. MaO'OJJ Mrs. Abe Horowitz, Mrs 3 Minowitz and M. Mcndelson. Tickets for the affair *i available at the door, acw to Mrs. H. Seitlin, president Club No. One. SholiiT^nWT^ Hol,i Dinner Dance Moodtf Sophie Tiicker Harry Bi^ n:s Jackie Miles and the vsi will star in the show atw nual dinner dance \ Jl^a sored by the Sholem wxw.,,, B'rith Women Monday "*„ the Beachcomber, Mrs. j Weinkls, chairman, annow



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^viisltUEIliOipidliiQun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY >LUME £2-NUMBER 5 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1949 PRICE TEN CENTS [/. S. Announces De Jure Status For Israel Great Britain Grants De Facto Recognition W, (JTA) — The govan nt this week >ted full %  opnidon to the Simultaneously, it jurei recognition to %  sued by the HOUM eadst "On Oct. %  t he redden! stated t manent govern ed la Israel it promptly be given de reeegniddp. Elections for at were held J Th" rotec hare been mad Us government i beea officially; Informed of r.uJts. The United Stales ii therefore, to lend de jure re' thj government of M this date." I. t with regard to of Transjordan ne time informal lations have existI United States govthe government of Transjordan. Conl eling of friend Ian, the United tnt has supported for membership in : %  < % %  Ions. Today the i g rremment has exrecognition to the Transjordan." "man signed the de jure recognithe presence of national presiB'i 1 B'rith, Maurice secretary of the Eddie Jacobson, partner in in ica non 'Zionist leaders President Trufull recognition truts issued by ition of Amei American Jewish for active U. S. application for the U.N. Cease-Fire Proposal In Israeli-Egyptian Conflict Concluded LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)—Acting mediator Ralph J. Bunche notified the United Nations this week that a formal cease-fire agreement was concluded at Rhodes between the Egyptian and Israeli delegations before they returned to their respective capitals for government consultations on the stalemated armistice negotiations. The agreement confirms a previous decision that a general cease-fire should go into effect on all -fronts and describes the new accord as "a complete and enduring cease-fire between all elements of our military or paramilitary forces on land, sea and in the air wherever located." The Israelis Wednesday rejected the recommendations of Bunche for a settlement of boundary lines in the disputed Negev, While this came as a surprise, it was generally predicted it did not mean an end to the IsraeliEgyptian armistice talks unless one of the disputants suddenly breaks off further negotiations. (In Haifa a reliable source said Israel and Egypt may agree on armistice terms within 24 hours.) The mediator had submitted a "Bunche line" for territorial division of the Negev. While he was preparing the proposal the Israelis indicated they were willing to make slight concessions. However, after a study of Bundle's proposal they told him it was not acceptable because it required yielding territory. Statement Issued By Israeli Consul General While in Miami this week Arthur Lourie, Israeli Consul General, issued the following statement to the Jewish Floridian: "I understand that a Mr. Rafael Halpern has been receiving funds in Miami on behalf of a physical training center in Israel. On behalf of the Israeli authorities in this country I would like to emphasize that Mr. Halpern's activities are entirely without official sponsorship of any kind in Israel. The only physical training center under public auspices in Israel is the Wingate Training Center. Mr. Halpern has been called upon to return to Israel for army duties and his continued presence in this country is unwarranted." This statement was issued following numerous inquiries received as to the validity of the drive for funds sought in this area by Halpern. Miami Delegates To Israel Describe Modern, Thriving, Democratic New State A modern, thriving, thoroughly democratic Israel which was able to offer a haven for 125,000 DP's during the first year of its statehood is the picture which Rabbi Leon Kronish and William D. Singer, two members of Miami's three-man delegation to the new state, brought back to the community. The group, which flew to Israel last month, conferred with the country's top-ranking officials including Prime Minister Ben Gurion, Moshe Shertok and EliezJ Reimburse Private Groups (JfA)—A resolution empowering the secretary-gen"ional Refugee Organization to reimburse private 1 movement of displaced persons to Israel, up to was adopted here this week by the I.R.O. exehe resolution in effect rescinds an eight monthassistance to refugees seeking to enter Israel. Will Repeal Laws &TA) TheWorld Jewish Congress revealed this received word from Guatemala that President I Guatemalan Congress as its forthcoming session iws which discriminate against the economic freedom the Middle East and Poland. Miami's delegation to Israel composed of William D. Singer and Rabbis Max Shapiro and Leon Kronish will be welcomed home at a breakfast to be given by the Keymen's Club of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Sunday at 10 a.m. in Manning's Restaurant the i la imbers Leave For U. S. CJTA)—Members of the executive of the Jewish % this week for the United States to participate Jof the executive which is scheduled to be held Of 1948 Combined Jewish Being Distributed live issue of %  he 1948 Comeal campaign and is being 8000 citizens liami Jewish Contributed to Bier, president liami Jewish Dunced. £een judged by Federations as one of the 1 informative produced by L o f those who or more have been listed in this year's Honor Roll, Scher announced. Approximately 6000 names are included. In the center of the pamphlet there is a two-page spread showing a graphic picture of the growth of the Greater Miami Federation. The booklet also reveals the names and short historical paragraphs of all major beneficiary organizations which participated in the 1948 campaign. "The Honor Roll will be of great value to the workers in the forthcoming campaign and of: great interest tp the community as a whole," Scher slated. I er Kaplan, as well as leaders of the Jewish Agency, which receives its funds from the United Jewish Appeal. The local delegation witnessed the arrival of 19,000 internees from Cyprus at Israel's busy ports. The Miamians report that 250,000 to 300,000 DP's are expected to enter Israel during this year. Cost for absorbing each of these individuals is estimated at $1,000, about half of which the Israeli government defrays. The remainder is supplied through philanthropic agencies. "If it were not for the immigrants," Singer states, "the State of Israel would be entirely selfsupporting. Indeed, the whole military budget has come from Israeli government funds and not from philanthropies. Since May 15 when the state was founded $45,000,000 in loans have been floated." Rabbi Kronish states that the plight of Jews in the Moslemdominated countries of North Africa has become extremely difficult recently and many are attempting to get into Israel. While in Rome, the delegation, met a group of refugees from that area who had swum from Tripoli to a boat offshore. The boat had taken them to Rome where they were staying in a JDC installation awaiting transportation to Haifa. The trio, who observed the first Israeli elections, announce that the election was most democratic in nature and that there was no discrimination against the Arabs. Prior to election day, the group reveals, there was considerable excitement, speech-making and name-calling, but on election day everything was calm and orderly. "Multiple housing units are springing up all over the country," Singer states, "The principal agricultural product is citrus and Israel shipped out 5,500,000 cases of oranges." Hebrew is the chief language, according to Rabbi Kronish, but most people are able to converse in English or Arabian as well. There is absolutely no discrimination against the Arabs, the rabbi continues. They receive the same wage rates as Jewish citizens. Minimum wage in Israel is about $4.50 per day, but skilled laborers receive as much as $15. The delegation will report its findings to the Jewish community to spur efforts to attain the $1,881,737 goal set by Federation for the 1949 Combined Jewish Appeal. Rabbi Max Shapiro, third member of the trio, stopped off in New York for several days prior to returning to Miami. LONDON, (JTA)—The blueand-white flag of Israel was hoisted over Israel's offices here this week following the official announcement that Britain has decided to grant the Jewish state de facto recognition. The terse announcement read: "His Majesty's Government in the United Kingdom have decided to accord de facto recognition to the Government of Israel. They hope to arrange with that government for the early exchange of representatives." Following the announcement of British recognition of Israel, I. J. Linton, acting Israeli representative here, was received by British Foreign Secreta^ Ernest Bevin. Their meeting was described as "very cordial." He was accompanied by Dr. E. Yapou, of the Israeli mission in London. The two went to the Foreign Office on foot because of the Sabbath. Mapai Wins 44 Of 118 Seats In Israeli Elections; Final Percentages Announced TEL AVIV, (JTA)—Final percentage results in Israel's first national elections were made known here this week. They are: Mapai, 35.82 percent; Mapam, 14.77; Religious Bloc, 12.35; Heruth, 11.52; General Zionists, 5.27; Prorgressives, 4.14; Sephardim, 3.51; Communists, 3.51; Arab Democrats, 1.72; Sternists, 1.24. Approximately 3,500 votes are required for each seat in the Constituent Assembly. Some 85 percent of the eligible voters cast their ballots, it was announced. Mapai obtained a total of 152,872 votes; Mapam, 63,107; Religious Bloc, 52,633; Hcruth, 49,220; General Zionists, 22,524; Progressives, 17,680; Sephardim, 15,017; Communists, 14,999; Nazareth Arab ticket, 7,387; Sternists, 5,299; Yemenites, 4,639. With the exception of WIZO, it is unlikely that any minor candidates have polled sufficient votes to seat any candidates. With 5,000 votes siiil to be counted, rough distribution of the Israeli Constituent Assembly's 118 seats follows: Mapai, 44; Mapam, 18; Religious Bloc, 15; Heruth, 14; General Zionists, 7; Progressives, 5; Sephardim, 5; Communists, 4; Nazareth Arabs, 3; Sternists, 1, and Yemenites, 1. Governor Declares WarOnKuKluxKlan Governor Fuller Warren announced last week that he will ask the Florida legislature to outlaw the Ku Klux Klan and any other "terrorist organization." He made this announcement a few hours after a motorcade of hooded Klansmen paraded through the capital. He said that no Florida law now prevents "such a mob of potential murderers from parading in Florida. "But I plan to ask the 1949 legislature to outlaw the Klan and other such terrorist organizations," he said. "Such un-American mobs will not be allowed to terrorize minority groups in this state." Upon hearing of the governor's intention, Andrew W. Gottshall, regional director of the National Conference of Christian and Jews, sent Warren the following letter: "As the Florida Regional director of the National Conference of Christians and Jews, I want to commend you for the strong position you have taken against the activities of the KKK and similar organizations as indicated by the news story in today's (Saturday) issues of the Miami papers. "We earnestly hope you will follow through with your determination to introduce a bill in the legislature at its next session to outlaw the KKK and similar organizations in Florida and to this effort we pledge our active and sincere support." Members of the Miami Beach Lodge B'nai B'rith adopted a resolution commending the governor on his forthright stand in this matter. The text of the resolution transmitted o Governor Warren is as follows: "Members of Miami Beach Lodge 1591 B'nai B'rith in regular meeting assembled tonight adopted following resolution. We join with democracy-loving citizens throughout our state in commending your vigorous and forthright stand in denouncing Ku Klux Klan and hate organizations which spread bigotry and disunity and applauding your announced intention to seek the outlawing of such un-American groups in Florida. On behalf of our membership I am directed to convey this resolution to you and advise you of our full support in your noble endeavor to preserve and advance democracy in our state."



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PAGE EIGHTEEN • Jewlst fhrldfon Hadassah To Hold Conference Here The southeastern reginal conference of Hadassah will be held March 27 through 29 at the McAllister Hotel. Mrs. George Chait, Atlanta, regional president, will preside at the conference, at which delegates from the 45 Hadassah chapters and Business and Professional Divisions in Georgia, Florida, South Carolina and Puerto Rico will be present. The Puerto Rican chapter is the only one outside the continental United States. Mrs. Milton Sirkin, president of the Greater Miami Chapti Hadassah which will be hosl to the conference, points out this conference will be a particularly important one because of the pressing needs of Israel, arising from the military situation as well as those of reconstruction. Hadassah, which was founded in 1912, has been concerned with healing, and has worked to improve the sanitation and living conditions of all the people of Palestine. The first Hadassah medical detachment went to Palestine in 1918 and today the Rothschild Hadassah Medical Center outside of Jerusalem is considered the most modern institution of its kind east of London. Jews, Christians ar.d Arabs all receive equal care and attention in all Hadassah medical centers. Another important phase of Hadassah's work is the Youth Aliyah movement which has brought more than 35,000 children, most of them orphans, into Palestine. 60,000 still remain in Europe and Hadassah hopes to facilitate bringing in the rest of these children. Approximately 150 delegates are expected to attend the conference, of which Mrs. Harry Rubin is in charge of arrangements. Caldwell Returns To Private Law Practice Tallahassee, Fla.—Former Governor Millard Caldwell returned to the private practice of law this week as a member of the firm of Caldwell. Parker, Foster & Wigginton, of Tallahassee Before his election in 1944. Caldwell had offices here. He took his law work at the University of Mississippi and Virginia and has practiced in Florida since his arrival in the early twenties. During the time he was governor, state boards on which he served were engaged in a number of law suits brought against them by Attorney General Tom Watson. The boards were upheld by the courts in every one of these major cases. Beth Sholom Women To Hold Annual Luncheon The annual luncheon of the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom will be held on Wednesday, February 16, at 12:30 p.m.. at the Saxony Hotel, according to an announcement by Mrs. Louis J. Krensky, president. Mrs. Alexander Kogan and Mrs. William Farr are co-chairman of the function and Mrs. Alexander Robbins is reservations chairman. The Sisterhoods annual ad journal. 'Today and Tomorrow." will be given out as a souvenir a: SS Is >JIIIMM1 VIH Chairman Li nard I. A • ha been nam< [ the adM board and executive committee of the PI 'i %  nal office, AntiDefamation League of B'nai B'rith. He suci i d.s Sidney Meyer of Wometco Theatres, who held the post thn %  %  ars. Al ess is a director of tl • %  Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce and was ihc chamber's li>48 membership campaign. He serrved as co-chairman of the 1948 Community Chest campaign. He .past president of the Florida Institute of Accountants, ; n sident of the Industrial Savings Bank, chairman of the board of the North Shore Bank and member of the board of the Miami Beach Federal Savings and Loan Association. Top Price Paid for MEN'S USED CLOTHING AL'S 432 N. MIAMI AVE. Phone 2-3213 Need Help in a Hurry?—Call A-l EMPLOYMENT SERVICE White and Colored Help Phonet 95317 — 9.6727 51 N. E. 5th Street AL MEIDENBERQ, Owner NURSE Can accommodate 1 or 2 convalescents in nice spacious kosher home on the beach. Special diet and care for Cardiacs. 58-2014 uni %  i Collins Transport & Terminal Corp. I. 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jpAY, FE BRUARY 4, 1949 +Jewisttk>ri(jlar> PAGE SEVENTEEN ipton Reports To Shareholders if Dade Federal Savings And Loan loscph M. Lipton, president of Dnde Federal Savings and Win Association of Miami, m his Lai address to the sharehold0 f that institution on Janu20 1949, stated, "The board /directors and officers are conInced that the safety of your stituti.'n is measured by the hrplus and reserves which it has take care of contingencies Ihich may arise. We are proud I state that we have many times I rves required by the Fed[al Savings and Loan Insurance fcrporation, a governmental tency. which in addition insures |ch and every account up to 000." [Rufu.HDaniel, Gus Feuer hd Leo Robinson were re-elected directors at the meeting. Ditctors already in office include Upton. Leonard Barr, Charles Watty. Irwin M. Cassel, Samuel iipto'n and G. A. Price. Lipton, in giving a recapitulate of the past year, said, "The fteenth year of operation of your ade Federal brought its resources over jJ2.60O,OOO. Its savings ^counts have increased over $1,00,000 during the year to a high ttal of $17,292,535.30. This growth the combined result of presot business conditions and a towing recognition in this community of the safety and need of ^ving money in your institution. "We had ample use for all the vings we could possible attract ring the year. The first mortBge loan demand expanded with |ie home building activity which arted several years ago and lined momentum throughout the ear. Mortgage lending was very Bavy during 1948, this associaon having placed a total of I J.01 for the purpose of uilding, buying, or repairing Dir.es by worthy Miamians. The st two years surpassed all preJous years in the total funds adneed for home ownership pur-we have placed a total of 17,697,000 in first mortgages in he greater Miami area. t r e balance sheet of your ksoeiatun as of December 31, M8, you will note that your reprves are now $1,539,970.88, an Icreaj f over $300,000 during tables Zionists Elecl Officers The constitution of the newly formed Coral Gables Zionist District was formally accepted and officers were elected at a meeting of the group at Hillel House Sunday. New officers include: Sidney Sanders, president; Oscar Lelchuk, first vice president; Harold George Shapiro, second vice president; Morris Simon, third vice president; Lester Toloff, treasurer: Mrs. Polly Bean, recording secretary; and Mrs. Morris Simon, corresponding secretary. Elected to the board of directors were: Dr. Donald Michelson, Sam Silver, Norman Lyons, Albert Leviek, Sam Pearlman, M. C. Barkin and Meyer Fine. Benjamin Gomberg was appointed chairman of the Jewish National Fund and Chuck Amber was chosen chairman of the youth commission. SUNRAYPARK HEALTH RESORT HOTELumamm rot nor. CMMUMBM AMBoaMcum lAMi-n name Joseph M. Lipton the past year. This provides an excellent cushion for future contingencies that may arise; and represent 6 8/10% of your total assets and over 11% of all Dade Federal mortgages. This compares very favorably with the best associations in the country. "There is no question that your Dade Federal Savings & Loan Association will continue to grow in 1949. There are no indications of anything on the general economic horizon which would tend to set this institution back either in public favor in general financial soundness. As I have already suggested, the degree of growth can be profoundly influenced by the activity of our present members in telling others of the Dade Federal's services. "This association has been in business 15 years. As in the past, it is here for the purpose of proDirectors Of Auxiliary To Home For Aged To Meet The Miami Ladies Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged •will hold a board meeting Tuesday at 1 p.m. at Congregation Beth El. Plans for a membership tea slated for Tuesday, February 22, will be discussed. Mrs. Nate Katz, chairman, requests all board members be present. AUTO GLASS Installed While You Wait Full Line of Auto Accessories and Parts ADAMS GLASS SERVICE 1805 Purely Avenue Call 58-3756 or 5-4316 CAMP PARK HILL Located in the Rolling Hills of Maryland FOR ROYS AMI GIRLS Ages 6 to 14 In Picturesque Howard County Near Baltimore ONE OF AMERICA'S FINEST SUMMER CAMPS. ^DIVIDUAL ATTENTION — SWIMMING — ATHLETICS AR TS 4 CRAFTS — BEAUTIFUL BUNKS — MATURE 4 TRAINED COUNSELLORS — COOL CLIMATE For further inJormation and literature write or call our Florida representative: MRS. ISADORE GERTMAN 5920 S. W. 12th Street MIAMI, FLA. 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PAGE TWENTY -lewlstfhrkikit FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1949 LIVES OF OUR TIMES PR, 1CIII* FiN* ftSTHM — HODUCID BY NO M A N SOL NOCII (?NE OF AMERICA'S OUTSTANDING JEWISH RELIGIOUS IEADER5.PRE5IDENT OF THE JEW15H THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY Of AMERICA HE STUDIED AT.NEW YORK'S CITT COLLEGE,C0LUMBIA UNIVERSITY— WHERE HE EARNED HIS PHP AND THE JEWISH THEOLOGICAL SEMlliARY.WHERE HE WAS ORDAINED BORN IN CINCINNATI IN I895.HI5 AAlSURROUNDINGS AND THE LOVE WHICH HIS FATHER A RABBI OF THE OLD 5CH00L-INSTILLEDIN HIM FOR JUDAISM,MADE HIM RESOLVE TO SERVE HIS PEOPLE ASA SPIRITUAL LEAPED AFTER SERVING ASA LECTURER CH JEWISH HISTORY AT THE SEMINARY.||{ WAS NAMED AS PROVOST IN 1937 AND PRESIDENT IN 1940. A GIFTED SCHOLAR.HE HAS MADE NOTE WORTHY CONTRIBUTIONS TO RESEARCH IN MEDIEVAL JEWISH HISTORY. CHURCH ^GOVERNMENT PLACE EFFORTS. DR. FINKELSTEIN ESTABLISHED THE INSTITUTE FOR RELIGIOUS STUDIES, A GRADUATE SCHOOL CONDUCTED AT THE JTS. WITH THE AID OF CATHOllC.Jf WISH & PROTESTANT SCHOLARS. THE WEST COAST BRANCH OF TV SEA/.INART] KNOWN ASWUNIVERSITI 0* Jl&AlStf, AND THE JEWISH MUSEUM IN kEW ?ORK WERE ESTABLISHED WITH THE AID OF IN 1941 PRESIDENT R0OSM1T APPOINTED HIM AS THE JEWISH REPRESENTATIVE ORACOMMiTTUOf RELIGIOUS LEADERS SIT U? TO At-viSE HIM ON JOINT FEU i:R & EISENSTEIN KealtaAl Phone 5-7668 309 Lincoln Road Miami Beach SPECIALIZING IN HOTEL INVESTMENTS 14 Years of Experience in Building Construction on Miami Beach LEO EISENSTEIN W. I. FEUER Man} champions started on the road to glory here. Armed, Seabiscuit, Alsab and many others began their racing careers at Hialeah. See the great new challengers in action at Hialeah now! 4p^ fm ^jr&w&Cpjpffl / Florida Hillel To Stage Social Affair Students from Florida Southern, Florida State University, Casements, and Miami University will join University of Florida men and women February 11 for the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation's social weekend. Lanny Kay's band will provide the music for the Saturday night dance and Sara Fogcl, ly^jc soprano of the Free Synagogue Choir of New York City, will present an informal recital of Hebrew, Yiddish and English meloSaturday afternoon. The weekend will commence with a Friday evening service at the Hilkl House. Following the studen* service, there will be an informal get-together at the university's banquet hall. Saturday morning's service will be preceded by a reception for the visitors. The Florida State Hillei Foundation will conduct the Sabbath morning service. A picnic at College Park will include comunity singing and in Palestinian dancing. A program of games and a discussion will culminate the afternoon's Oneg Shabbat. The participants will reassemble at Old Campus Club in the evening for a big dance. Festivities will end Sundav morning with a breakfast, at which time Mildred Leonard and Dov Okinoff, Florida co-cultural chairmen will lead a discussion concerning implementing the Hillel program on all Florida campuses. The weekend of activities is under the supervision of a committee of University of Florida HUlehtes headed by Wilbur Friedson, of Miami. Chairmen of events include Sam Price, Louis Meishl, David Fyvolent, David Orlin, Rosiland England, Mildred Leonard, Dov Okinoff, Jacqueline Fallis, Herb Sohn, Charles Nannes, Melvir. Frumkes, Al Bressler, Phvllis Rosen, Vivian Shaefer, Marilyn Kopelowitz, Marcia Faber Al Bresler, Gerald Adelberg and Glen Garvit. Triton Hotel Dining Room On the Ocean at Twenty-Eighth St. Full Course Dinners Air-Conditioned Music Operated by Erwin Frishnet Phone 5-6651 MIRRORS FINEST QUALITY — MADE TO ORDER IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Auto Glass Installed — Furniture Tops Store Front Construction ADAMS GLASS SERVICE "If It'i Glasi We Hare IT 1805 PURDY AVE., M. B. PH. 58-3756 OR 5-4316 Ask for ABE or IRVING RABINOWITZ NEW LOCATION SAME PROMPT COURTEOUS SERVICE HARTLEY'S AUTO TOP SHOP 1234 N.E. 1st Ave. Phone 3-8997 DO YOU NEED A PAINT JOB? A Phone Call Will Bring Our Representative to Estimate Your Painting We Are Ready and Equipped To Do It • PAINTING • PAPULA ANGING • WATERPROOFING We Have Experienced Painters We Do Good Clean Work We Are Licensed — Insured Moro Painting ft Office Phone 6-4573 Home Address 3134 S. W. 21st Street Phone 4-7472 No Job Too Small Or Too Big



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PAGE FOUR +Jel$tfhrkJtef FRIDAY, FEBRUARY i i J EDITORIAL Jews in The Moslem Lands Recent announcements from the Joint Distribution Committee indicate that in 1949 it will tackle the vast problem of Jews in Moslem countries on a larger scale than ever before. During 1948, JDC appropriated nearly a million dollars to assist Jews in these lands. This money was allocated for health, educational and medical programs, as well as for special emergency grants. Since the agency's 1948 budget was decided upon, however the situation has deteriorated alarmingly, especially since May, when the State of Israel was proclaimed. Outbreaks of violence, serious in themselves, have led to further dislocation among the Jewish population. Many Jews have been unjustly imprisoned, and thus prevented from supporting their needy families. Houses have been broken into and meager possessions looted. In addition the problem has been aggravated by a steady worsening of already overcrowded living conditions, caused by the wholesale flight of Jews from rural areas to the cities, where, they feel, they are safer from mob violence. In short, the Jew has been demoted to a third-class citizen. But it must be pointed out that these are not merely temporary, pogrom-born circumstances. Rather, they are the dark extremes in a continuing pattern of need and misery which will require large-scale, long-term planning and work. No American Jew can ignore or lightly dismiss, lor example, the grave and frightful wretchedness found in Casablanca's ghetto, where one out of every four Jewish infants dies before the age of one year, and where eighty per cent of those who survive are stricken with either tuberculosis, or trachoma. Here at least one case of contagious tuberculosis is found in every family, and incredible overcrowding in squalid quarters helps Warren Wilt Act Governor Fuller Warren's outspoken condem tion of the KKK was warmly greeted this week Florida's Chief Executive made no bones 0 ||fi attitude. The governor said he planned to s5 legislation, as far as Florida is concerned, toi away with the KKK and with similar groups *! organize to spread hate and intimidation. It is our duty to get behind Governor LET IT COME TRUE spread the disease. Rickets and malnutrition are prevalent throughout the area. Fifteen thousand Jewish children roam the dirty streets-children with neither an education nor a trade, and with little opportunity of obtaining either, since Jews are not permitted to attend state elementary schools in Morocco. The work required on behalf of 70 per cent of onaa s onier executive maae no bones Q| |7 attitude. The governor said he planned to s<2 gislation, as far as Florida is conrorr,^ ,. ivay with the K ,-ganize to spre< It is our duty to get nenind Governor Warren in this mission. Contact your legislator—write E Governor. Translate these sentiments into action 1 investigate The statement by Consul General Arthur Lourk appearing in this week's issue concerns itself with the unsanctioned appeal for funds for a physical culture institute in Israel. The party | question came to town, secured liberal publicity cooperation of hotels and individuals for a m! sumably worthy cause; it has proved otherwise. This incident once more presents the oppoj. tunity to emphasize the need for careful scrutiny and investigation of the many attempts in this area to secure funds. When approached, call the Jewish Federation, call our office, call your Rabbi—make sure your efforts, your good name and money are not wasted. the 256,000 Jews in the Moroccos, 40 per cent & the 140,000 in Algeria, 85 per cent of the 130,000 who are in Iran, and 60 per cent of the 105,000 Tunisian Jews equals in scope the job undertaken and successfully carried out for the 1,400,000 Jewish survivors in Europe. Now that the latter have reached a certain degree of stabilization, and the DP camps are rapidly emptying, JDC is in a more favorable position to devote a greater effort to still another task of huge dimensions. Exercise your franchise—Be sure to vote Orlando Rabbi Will S|Mali At Gables Center Rabbi Morris A. Skop, spiritual loader of Congregation Ohev Shalom, Orlando, will be the guest speaker of the Coral Gables Jewish Center, at a meeting to be held Sunday evening at 8 o'clock at the Hillel House, 3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables. Rabbi Skop attended the Yeshivah of Harlem, the Jewish Theological Seminary and graduated from the Jewish Institute of Religion of New York in 1937. He is secretary of the Association of Florida Rabbis, chairman of the committees on Jewish education and religion in public schools of the Florida State Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges, president of Central Florida Zionist District, a member of Orlando Rotary Club, executive committee of Orange County Red Cross, 32nd Degree Mason, Shriner and a member of the Orlando Mayor's interracial committee. Rabbi Skop is the author of "The Road From Prejudice," "The Human Right To Be Different," "Tolerance," "My First Year in the Rabbinate," "Pan-America in High School," "Personalities in Florida Jewry," and "Brotherhood in Practice." Sam Silver, president of the Center, will preside at the meeting, and Director Robert Bergman will introduce the guest speaker. Jewish fhrSdHcnn Published every Friday tinea 1PT/ tiy The Jewish Floridian at 120 N '£ Sixth Street, Miami 18. Florida. Entered as second-class matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office of Miami Fla.. under the Act of March J. 1879 The Jewish Floridian has absorbed MM Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Tele, graphic Agency, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide News Service. National Editorial Association. American Aaaociatlon of Enollah-Jewlsh NewtpaDer*. Florida Praia Aaaociatlon SUBSCRIPTION RATE8: Ona Year $3.00 Two Yeara $ 6.00 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher Elman To In Concert Appear Monday Mischa Elman, world renownei violinist, will appear ;us tin third artist in the Community Concert Series, sponsored by the Miami Beach YM & WHA, Monday night at 8 o'clock at Miami Beach High school auditorium. Elman, who celebrated his 58th birthday last month, has ben on the concert stage for over 40 years. He played for the first time in public at the age of five. At ten, when hebecame the first of ten, when he became the first of ders, he could toss off a difficult Paganini etude at first glance. Two years later he made his professional debut in Berlin and startled a musiqal world which has paid homage to him ever since. At 17, he made his first New York appearance and received a tremendous ovation. He gave 21 additional concerts that season in New York alone. It is a record that has never been broken. The violin virtuoso's popularity and success have grown with the years. His name is a housel word all over the world and the phrase, "Elman Tone," has become synonomous with rich beautiful violin sonority. He is one of the few serious artists who can boast a sale of recordings over the two million mark and one who can command a figure rivaling a Hollywood star for his services. He was the first artist who was able to appear on the concert platform all over the country in a full program without an added assisting artist. He was also the first to tour China and Japan. Some tickets for the concert are still available and may be had by calling the Miami Beach Y. Soprano To Sinai M Una. IK'riih I fashion Show C< 1 %  lia Dui nas, coloratura sofrom (' lumbi i, South Ann rica Luncheon w > i bi nsored bj I Miami Bi Chi pier of B'nai B'rith Wo 11 i Tuesday ;.t the Delano Hotel, ac%  to Mn Hai ry Kaufman, program chairman foi the i vent. Miss Duenas, departnu nt of 1 mi and a stu I Vrturo di Filippi, made hi i di 1948 as Gilda in the Opera Guild production of "Rigolctl Miss Duenas sang the role of the high priestrcss in the reci nt production of "Aida." Eve Telegan, radio nmenl tor, will present the models, who will l).' attired in co tume Margaret Newman. M furnished by Mai Mai Proceeds from thi lui chi n earmarked for the Opl clinic in Tel-Aviv and t le Hon i for Maladjusted i Telephones 2-1141—2-8212 OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Volume 22 Number 5 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1949 SHEVAT 5, 5709 Beach Mizrachi To Mark Opening of 1st Israeli Parliament T: i first Parliament in Israel. in Jerusalem Monday, February 14, and the first ir Day to be celebrated since tion of Israel, will be ke I at an affair set for Sati ening, Fi bruary 12, at 9 at the Tides Hotel, 1220 0 i an Dr., by tl e Men's Chapter. Women's Division, Hapoel HaMizrachi and Young Israel of the Miami Beach Mizrachi. The event which will serve as monstration of solidarity with 1 i, will feature a guest speaknd a guest centor from New York City. Greetings will be given by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, R Joseph E. Rackovsky, Rabbi Murray Grauer and Rabbi Simon April. 1 pating in the musical I ortion of the program will be Cantor Maurice Mamches, Cantor Beach Y Organizes New ; Kelemer and Cantor MilTPWICV. C:„J:,„ I—i-4 : Freedman. Refreshments will Jewish btudies Institute he, erved by the women's division Dade County Extends Polio Fund Campaign The March of Dimes campaip scheduled to close last Monday throughout the nation, has been extended in Dade County, Neil J. Hayes, campaign director, announced this week. Extending the drive locally. Hayes explained, will give hotels, civic clubs and business firms which have benefits scheduled time to carry out their plans. The national goal is $30,000,001 and Dade County is striving U raise $200,000 of this amount, Hayes said. He estimated this week thai $75,000 had been collected here and that this amount would M greatly increased when money from all sources has been collected. The Young Adult if thi Miami Beach V. consisting presentatives fr< organizations as wi I] a with Mi Herman Stein, Clevehostess, Chairman of arrangements of Rabbi Isaac Golden Age Club To Install Leaders Zionist Youth Commission To Meet At Beth David The Greater Miami Zionist Youth Commission will meet Wednesday at Beth David Congregation, Dr. J. E. Edelman, chairman, has announced. The Youth Commission, which has heretofore met regularly in Miami Beach, will hold this and future meetings in Miami in recognition of the expanded Zionist youth work in the Miami area Within the past year the follow= %  — "< u .i•• : %  : ii .m la nauDl hundred young p, t affiliH Kv '''• southern director Yesated with groups, announci | University. formation of an Institute oi Jev -I ish studies for Miami B< institute, sponsored jointly inthe Miami Beach Y and the Bu. au of Jewish Education, will hold its first meeting Thu: | ,. ., oYlock at the Beach V The committee in cl • V En la .nder will be inSists of; Fred SewaU S ir ". 7 '' ***** f the Golden Ethel HoffmarTl, ^P Club Sunday afFleischer an jj J" 2 '<*** at thelliiaml Pomerantz of E rW a .? ,, "S ,hn of icer will be his hmon Englander. 0t hers who will take office at '"• ceremonies are Mrs. Louis ;"•'<. Mrs. Gus Ginsburg, Jack ing Zionist young adult indvmithi u '' nd Louis w ntraub. groups have bin organized"ta'diSS**. ST 0 """"' !" e !" *ive Miami: Jr. Hadassah *Will serve as Sachs as president; v '' ," f ceremonial for the ocHerman Stainmar, as pr( ,., ,, ," ."• ld R Leo Kaplan, presiand several Young Judae a !" ? on Ess en. vice presiwith members rfnging L age V" 1 *' *£* "*"*• %  from io to 18 Gilbert lUwraiH tin l Kram wlU follow tne in :ernr.nies. Participants eration onist L_. Coral Gables. fomerantz of the Burau o ish Education wi] rector. the newly-elected presiden IZFA (Intercollegiate aoSstFeS „' "H"^ B,ake former y "eration of America, the gene, V '"", l lth station WCAU, Zionist campus group which me ^ Ro e' ''. '^ S "' Uff Bott Mra m Coral Gables. 5 1 K "' H' bblns Dou 8las C. Williams ^d Alex Drucker. Mrs. Kogan To Entertain Veterans at Draper-Adler Recital February 24 Mrs. Alexander Kogan, mefflber of the board of Hadassah, ,m be one of the patronesses at w Paul Draper-Larry Adler reciw to be sponsored by Junior B dassah February 24 at MuniopJ Auditorium under Ruth BrotrMJ managership. Mrs. Kogan na vited 10 veterans from P ra n £ pital to be her guests at tne cital. Mrs. Muriel Hirsch, another patroness, will be hostess w guests from the Lighthouse the Blind. ,u Among others working to in** this recital a success are the i dames Abraham Goodman,, ijr Ell. H. C. Moser, Milton SjjJ Frieda Leslie and Miss Mma Sirkin. SchlffTo Address Young Adult Rally the New Jersey Federa icnrt & WHAa and national a^5 chairman of the Youth AJ Council of the Joint D" ^ Committee. wiU be guertj JZZ at a rally sponsored by in ^ Adult Unit of the Great*ijj Jewish Federation Sunday at the Miami Beach Y. ^ Tfaa raUy will be the ^ board for the Young AcuB participation in the 1 bined Jewish App*-' a l 1949 Co*



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PAGE SIXTEEN pjmisl naj4&£L— FEBRUARY BEAUTIFUL ROOM FOR RENT In New Home of Young Couple Kosher Kitchen PltvUefJM ConTenient Location 3475 S.W. 2£th St. Ph. 83-4071 GIVE B'nai JTrith FUND DRIVE AID TO ISRAEL DR. SIDNEY H. MOSS Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted and Repaired Phone 48-6535 2250 S. W. 8th Street Opposite Garden Restaurant INVESTMENT ADVISER D s:-et ;na-/ A:c;-"*.i HaaSM •.-; t: S*:-I •-* L ited :MM se y.-n Stocfc E'-.-a-je NATHAN ABRAHAM P. O. Box 1922 Miami 11. Fla. EXIT LONELINESS FIND HAPPINESS NOW C N TMS CIRCLE CLUB C-s~-c;* Cot 1 "!*"* S_ "3 %  i•,. E 3ra Ave., Piim 50" PHONE 2-62i2 Ose' p.m. t; 3 p.m. WRITE P. O. BOX M PLANTS & SHRUBS For Sale Reasonable JOSEPH MELNICK 1252 N. W. 33rd St TeL 3-7115 Ga'rtenberg and Schechter at the beautiful HELENE HOTEL 1030 15th St.. Miami Beach Strictly Kosher Dining Room Open to the Public Call 5-5785 for Reservations Spanish Lessons Grammar or conversation at your convenience, private or groups, taugr.t by Cuban Native Lawyer TeL "82-6901 and 82-4335 NILO C. REGOJO 107 N. E. 1st Ave.. Room 225 TEACHER Violin instruction for beginners ALSO Prepare boys for Bar Mitxvah Will come to your home 536 N.W. 95th St Ph. 78-0705 B. STIEBEL POSITION WANTED HOUSEWORK OR HOTEL WORKER Trustworthy and Pleasant Good References Call Rose Meisel 82-8400 Sholem Lodge Will Hold Greater Miami Initiation Rites •;..:.rcemben trf B'nai B'rith :f C V:~-&-ar.d women's d ; ten have been invited te •" Great-:: Miami initiation sponsored by Sholem Lodge B'na: £ rith a: their regular reed Tuesday a: B:15 pm at Temple IsraeL .., Rabbi Irving Lehrman wu dethe principal adore.-; :: the ling speakir? :r. th • Challenge of a New Era Over 300 new members • or.rolled in B'nai B'rith in the recent membership cr:ve ar.d it is expected that these men anc women will attend the Initiation ceremonies. B'nai B'rith leaders who will serve on the ritual team will include: Sidney Aronovitz. Bill Pallo:. Milton A. Friedman E ward Newman ar.d Marx Fi president of Sholem Lodge. Awards will be presented to top Sholem membership workers B'nai B'rith Council gold menorah pini will be given to Irving Saal Miltorl A. Fnedrr.ar.. Al Pallet. Bill Pailot and Sidney Aronovitz. Women's chapters of the greater Miami area are invited to attend the initiation ceremonies and programRefreshments will be serve;: by the Sh '.em Women's Chapter hospitality committee. Knight Enters Legislature Race Last minute entry in the legislative race which will be run off Monday is E. Lloyd Knight, former hardware merchant. Mr. Knight I ted that he is not connected with any special group ar.d is standing on the platform of "the man in the street." The candidate was chairman of a committee a decade ago which organized a successful fight opposing the passage of a city sales tax. Mr. Knight is still opopsed to any move to enact a sales tax in Florida. He also endorses the establ of a state tax commission to equalize property assessments in the state of Florida so that Dade County will pay only its just share. Mr. Knight, a native of Georgia, has resided here for the past 26 years. MiamTY Will Conduct Bridge Tournament The Miami YM & YWHA will sponsor a duplicate bridge tournament at the new Y building Monday, February 28, at 8 p.m., with a playoff scheduled for Monday evening, March 7. Har'-'d Myers, chairman of the *' urnament committee, stated that this tournament is open to amateurs only. There will be twenty tables, he added, and the first 80 people to register will be permitted to play. Registration is nowopen and must be made in writing. Prizes will be awarded to the winners. Obituaries ., j BRONSTON Ben. %  •ion U. V.i %  %  %  %  • %  • %  N Ian .-• • Id J' ••• %  %  Radio Star James Melton To Appear With U. Of M. Symphony Orchestra VRS VARY D BLUMENTHAL I • %  • %  -%  • • %  : • %  %  : : %  %  .' I v. • • • .. • and ABE VARKS %  illness. A e to Miai %  %  the RlvsrWILL1AV .VE '.BERGER St .v IS I %  Idem I %  Ivors include S I. threi Mrs. %  .X eight SCTI %  he] i Ion I. • took ] %  %  N LEO COHEN ml Beach. .. He was ives his wife t by River• : %  • %  ..:-.%  :' and burial, ALBERT GROSS week. A r : ;. kawa). .. .: : irvived by I n %  .'•: .:rs % % %  n I :. %  m • n< • • %  sent !'< Pai I burial by the B "' oi..:! %  lhapel. Popular radio star of the "Harvest of Stars" program, James Melton, tenor, will appear with the University of Miami Symphony orchestra conducted by Modeste Alloo Sunday, Feb. 13, at 4:30 p.m. and Monday, Feb. 14, at 8:30 p.m. in the Miami Senior High school auditorium. Born in Moultrie, Georgia, Melton made his first public appearance as soloist in a church choir during his boyhood in Florida. He studied at the University of Florida and Vanderbilt University under Gaeteno de Luca. His New York career started with a singing engagement at the Roxy theater, ar.d soon afterward he entered the radio field. A concert tour with George Gershwin followed in 1934, and two years he was engaged by Warner Brothers and made several motion pictures. Deciding to extend his activities into concert and operatic work. Melton had his first operatJewish Author To Mark 60th Birthday Tomorrow A group of friends and colleagues including Sholem Asch, Dr. A. Mukduni and Tunkelcr will honor Iser Tolush, renowned Jewish author, at a cultural and musical evening on the occasion of his 60th birthday. The affair will take place tomorrow night at 8 o'clock at the New Lyceum, 25 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Participants in the program which has been arranged by Anyuta Melicov include: Sophie Kemper, soprano: Marcel Chilaud, tenor: Anyuta Melicov. pianist; Israeli Vocal Trio; and the Hahonim dancers. Refreshments will be served. ic success in "Madame Butt er J in Cincinnati and in 1949 1 !? w b t utin ,7 hfiMa ^nut?J| the Metropolitan Opera hou* I Symphony tickets a r e avaLl at the University Symphonv jl fice, main campus; dow-wl ticket office at 340 S.E. First* Cordelia's Book shop; Ami Music stores; and the 5ki Beach Radio shop. LEGAL NOTICE In ORDER OF PUBLICATION THE riRrriT POURT op EVENTH JI-I.K-IAI. ciRcrSI KIX>R1DA. IN A.M. Fol H L-NTY. IN CHANCERY**! CERT, \\ ELEVENTH OP cor 122090. SYLVIA LEVITT. I'laintlff i CARL J. LEVITT, 1 .-frndant I TOU, CARL J. LEVITT, lfrHEul em Parkway. Brooklyn, N (J {JJI are notified to rile mr apptuuSI In the above cause for divorce rnl before the 7th eputv Cli WASMAN, SILVEI: & SAKOwff Attorneys Suite 918 Seybold H^ilillng Miami, Florida 2/4-11-18-25 3/4 HOMES PSYCHIC STUDIO Gives advice on all affairs of life Lucky days and numbers If sick, worried or in doubt Consult this medium Phone 7-3160 Bus 14 to Door 2118 N. W. 62nd Street Are You LONELY? Zn)oj life with an enjoyable companion thru our large organization. Your choice is surely listed with us. Learn 3ur new plan. Dignified in ivery phase. CLARA LANE Friendship Center, Inc. 43 N.E. 2nd Street Opp. Telephone Company Phone For Appointment 82-3065 Open 10 A.M. to 8 P.M. FOR RENT Double Room in Private Home 2 Adults—With or Without Kosher Kitchen Privileges PHONE 2-1398 NURSE — UNDERGRADUATE LONG EXPERIENCE ALL TREATMENTS AND MEDICATIONS. PHONE 48-3160 STENOGRAPHER BOOKKEEPER To take charge oi school office Phono THE HEBREW ACADEMY 58-4641 ON FEBRUARY 7 VOTE FOR NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TUl 1ITH JUDICIAL '"IRrriT FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DA. COUNTY. — IN II VNCERT Si I 122058. HARRY PRIEDMAN Plaintiff, nl HELEN FRIEDMAN Defendant Tou, HELEN FRIEDMAN, B| North Kingsley I 1 ILIlyirciiJ California, are notlfl. I to f|lt ] fesao will be ent..:. gainst m Dated this 2 day of I-Vbruary, AH| 1949. E. B. LEATHEI'.MAN. Oat (Circuit Court Seal. By M. C. FEI0E, Deputy Ckxfcl MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Plaintiff 102J Seybold BuldiiiK 2/4-11-18-25 VOTE FOR WALTER A. COLEMAN DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE for STATE REPRESENTATIVE Special Primary Election FEBRUARY 7th To Represent all the Citizens oi Dade County IM Political \toJACK KEHOE AS YOUR STATE REPRESENTATIVE Progrennirc QualUied Florida Horn Democrat Paid Political Adv. OF THE Blue Ribbon Packing & Provision CO., INC. We process on the premise* the highest grade* ol Corned Beef, Tongues and Pastrami in our Modern Packing Plant Only First Grade Western Meats Used. We solicit inquiries from Hotels. Restaurants and the Public. Our Plant is fully equipped to handle large and small orders. OPEN DAILY — 7 A. M. 6 P. M. BLUE RIBBON PACKING & PROVISION CO.. INC 5535 N. W. 7th Ave. Phone 7-2324 MIAMI FLA. Owned & Operated by L Welner & Max Lev* WE PROCESS ALL KINDS OF SEA FOOD FROM SOUTHERN WATERS Cold Storage Space Available at LOW RENTALS



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, D AY. F EBRUARY 4, 1949 vJewist fhoriddan PAGE FIFTEEN ,dimah Club To Meet Strath Haven Thurs. meeting of the Kadimah Club the Strath Haven Ocean Drive, Miami pioneer Women's OrganJ t i 0n will be held at 8:15 p.m. fursday at Eel, 1 |tfrs Murray Fledell, chairman tht Moatzat Hapoalot, is in -rcc of the program which will blude a talk by Mrs. Sol Kamin, Cadimah club member who has led in Palestine. Mrs. Kamin 111 give first-hand information out the Moatzat Hapoalot in Jlestine. |A skit entitled "Come and See," 1 dramatization of the work of organization, will be presentwith members of the club [rticipating. frhc last part of tne meeting ill be devoted to group singing kd listening to recordings of Eestinian songs. JMembi'i-s and friends are in|ted to attend. >th Jacob to Observe jy Scout Sabbath [Boy Scout Sabjbath will be llebratcd tonight at 8:30 at Contegation Beth Jacob, according an announcement by Rabbi loses Mescheloft IScout Troops No. 24, 35, 45, and 31 and Cub Scout Pack i. 23 have been invited to at^nd the Friday night forum. Dr. limner Cohen, assistant district lissioner, Fred Snyder, neighDrhood commissioner and A. S. UcFarlane, Boy Scout executive the South Florida Council, are tpected to be present. [Members of Troop No. 24 will Resent and retire the colors at te opening and closing of the fcvio This troop and the cub ack will participate in the servrUI) HIT All FDAUJA|S Transferring LRU Ul All L II ft Cyprus Jews to Israc Israel fpecial Shalos Seudos A special Shalos Seudos will be onducted by the Grand Rabbi vi Taub tomorrow afternoon folding Mincha at 4:30 at Conregation Beth Tfilah. The rabbi a dependent of the renowned thoze of Lublin and is himself pell known in the Chassidic irorld. He is known as the "MozIteher Rabbi." Hadassah Unit Holds Membership Social Mrs. Samuel Gewirtz was appointed chairman of the Jewish National Fund and fourteen new members were enrolled in the Henrietta Szold Group of Hadassah at a membership social held at the home of Mrs. John Starr, membership chairman. The next meeting is slated for February 14 at the McAlpin Hotel, 1424 Ocean Dr., Mrs. Nathan Israel, president, announced. Mrs. Moses Mescheloff is in charge of the program. Heads Modern Kosher Home for Convalescents aren Merkel Is Chosen ueen Of Orchid Show Karen Merkel, daughter of Mr. d Mr. Norman Merkel of Boynn Beach, has been chosen orchid [ueen to reign over the $500,000 ifth International Orrchid Show if the South Florida Orchid So', being held today, tomorrow d Sunday in the Municipal uditorium. An orchid. Phalaenopsis Karen as been named for the diminuve queen. The transfer to Israel of the last 11.000 Jewish refugees interned on Cyprus is the first major emigration and resettlement operation being carried out in 1949 by the S250.000.000 United Jewish Appeal. A joint operation of the Joint Distribution Committee and the United Palestine Appeal— two of UJA's three constituent agencies—the movement of the internees to Israel marks the end of an era of misery which began in August, 1946. when the British began deporting Palestine-bound immigrants to Cyprus. Photos show how Jewish refugees lived on Cyprus during internment. Barbed wire (top) gave the internment area concentration camp aspect. Canvas tents (lower left) characterized primitive conditions. Hope for ultimate settlement in Israel led all (lower right) to prepare for life in Jewish homeland by study and vocational training. In addition to supporting the activities of the JDC and UPA. the nationwide $250,000,000 United Jewish Appeal campaign provides funds for the adjustment resettlement, rehabilitation and welfare program of the United Service for New Americans. nety Evans Governor Presents Annual March Of Dimes Benefit Show In Patio The Evans Governor Hotel, Miami Beach, presented its annual March of Dimes show last night iq the patio of the hotel. Master of ceremonies for the event was Buddy Walker. Others in the show were Jack Joyce, Roxanne, Jan Martel and a host of stars from stage, screen and radio. Mayor Marcie Liberman, Miami Beach chairman of the March of Dimes, was among the guests at "the affair. MOIlAl n,"v.. |Bt ADMISSION h 4 Cimplttt T/natrt Skm .-*<*• Cast tf^O Dalioout Dili S.i ..d fl*m 4 f.m **l Call Ja


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L AY. FEBRUARY 4, 1949 ersonally Speakinq Mr and Mrs. Sidney Aronovitz and dauqhter, Elaine, have ,ved to their new home at 2701 S.W. 4th Ave. Home for between-semesters vacation from the University of jrida, Marwin Shepard Cassel was feted by his mother, Mrs. jvin M. Cassel, 410 N.E. 17th St., at a tea and musicale for 40 Jests of the younger set Tuesday. A number of parties were jnned for Marwin, who is in his last year in law school at the diversity. Mrs. Cassel is the noted composer, Mana-Zucca. ^* ^* ^* Vacationing from their studies at Yeshiva University are pris Rackovsky, son of Rabbi and Mrs. Josehp Rackovsky, 818 Bchigan Ave., and his classmates, Eli Horowitz and Ruben + Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Feldan, 1444 S.W. 17th Terr., have as [eir houseguests Mrs. Feldan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max iedman, Newark, N. I., and Mr. Feldan's nephew, Louis BernBin, who has recently returned from a 1wo-year tour of duty in Dan and is now attending New York University. Mr. and Mrs. E. Stein, 4430 N.W. 1st Ave., announce the jth of their first son. The bris took place Sunday with the Rev. rael Saber officiating. A number of out-of-town guests attended kc ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Horowitz, 950 Meridian Ave., Miami jch, have as their houseguest their daughter, Mrs. Charles lorowitz. Staten Island, N. Y., and her two sons, Stephen and jrold. The visitors will remain here for a month. Arriving at the Sovereign in time to celebrate their 27th fedding anniversary were Mr. and Mrs. Marks, New York, who Ve spending three weeks in Miami Beach. Local residents enrtaining them include relatives who are also Mr. Marks' asjciates in the National Silverware Co. In the group are Mr. and rs. Samuel E. Bernstein, Mr. and Mrs. Philip J. Bernstein, Mr. id Mrs. Jerome Abrams and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Sneidman. Mr. and Mrs. A. Pepper, 507 S.W. 19th Ave., have as their Duseguests Mrs. Pepper's brother, J. H. Bloom, Greenville, S. C; er brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Goldstein, [hailotte, N. C; and their daughter, Mrs. Alvin Nagelberg, lampton, Long Island. Mr. and Mrs. Al Miller, winter residents living at 3010 S.W. 9th Terr., entertained at an evening barbecue party last week honor of Mrs. Louis Ragins and Miss Harriett Ragins of festwood. California. Attorney Abinoam Eden, Tel-Aviv, nephew of Mr. and Mrs. Gutstein of this city, was appointed judge in Israel. + Hostess this week at a guest-luncheon at the Sovereign was Irs. Saul Herman. Her guests were Miami Beach residents Mrs. 0am Cohen, Mrs. Sam Harris, Mrs. Samuel Keit and Mrs. jmuel Nudelman. Murray Deblinger, 1358 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami Beach, ecently returned from the Brooklyn Jewish Hospital after five |nd one half months. Mr. Deblinqer is a son-in-law of Mr. and Irs. Fields of the New Pioneer Hotel, Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kaplan, Detroit. Mich., are vacationing at le Cornell Hotel, Miami Beach. Durinq their stay here, they are Jing entertained by Mrs. Mark Weinbeck. -It Mrs. Minnie Keller, 3230 N.W. 7th St., had as her housequests her sister, Mrs. Eva Keller, and nephew. Dr. J. J. Keller, nd his wife, all of Tuscaloosa, Ala. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Treister, 1220 Lenox Ave.. Miami Beach, recently returned from a three and one half week tour, which included visits to Jamaica, West Indies, Dominican Republic and Haiti. + Mrs. A. Wertheimer has just returned to her home after ree and one half months in New York, where she was recuperating from injuries sustained in an accident there. +Jewteli fhrldlten PAGE NINE Lynn Tarre Betrothal To Be Announced The engagement and approaching marriage of Lynn Tarre, daughter of Mrs. Anna Tarre, New York, to Paul Marks will be announced at an ODen house from 8 to 12 tomorrow night at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Marks, 4495 S.W. 2nd St. Miss Tarre is a graduate Beverly Dworkin United To N. Schwarz In Grossinger-Pancoast Ceremony Jan. 9 The marriage of Miss Beverly I the couple will reside in Miami Dworkin, daughter of Mr. and Beach. Mrs. Harry Dworkin, New York, to Normand G. Schwarz, son of New York. Her fiance is a veteran of the Marine Corps and is now affiliated with his brothers in the Marks Brothers Demolition Company. The wedding will take place March 27. Mr. and Mrs. William B. Schwarz, 4315 North Meridian Ave., took place January 9 at the GrossingerPancoast Hotel. I The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a white lace £ !" *"?,. H "? ht !. I igh %  Scho 1 '."'hoop-skirted gown with matching gauntlets and tiara. She carried a white bible, showered with orchids. Bridesmaids were Linore Bergida, Lois Fine, Audrey Ofanoff and Gerlo Koren. Dr. Richard L. Schwarz was best man for his brother. Ushers were Donald R. Klein, Herbert Greenspan, Rae Muffsin and Milton Gaynor. Mrs. Schwarz attended schools in New York. Her husband is a graduate of Miami Beach High and the University of Miami where he received his degree in chemistry. Before entering the Army he completed three years post graduate work on his Ph. D. in chemistry at the University of Texas and Duke. At present he is engaged in manufacturing pharmaceuticals. After a wedding trip to Nassau, Priva Calhman To Wed. Dr. Goldman Mr. and Mrs. Jose Calhman of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Priva, to Dr. Solomon B. Goldman of Miami Beach. Miss Calhman attended Bennett College in Rio de Janeiro and was formerly employed by the American Embassy in Brazil. Dr. Goldman is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Goldman, New York City. He received his medical degree from the University of Chicago and served as a lieutenant commander in the U. S. Navy Medical Corps. Wedding plans have not been completed but nuptials will take place in February. FDR Chapter Will Hold Camping Trip FDR Chapter, B'nai B'rith Young Men, is planning its first annual overnight camping trip to be held February 26 and 27 at the Snapper Creek Boy Scout Camp in South Miami, Joel Vogel, president, has announced. An all-day program of athletic and sporting events is scheduled to include softball, games, fishing, boating and swimming. Co-chairmen of the event are Harry Schneider and Seth Lefkov. They will be assisted by Herbert Lowe and Harold Booth. Transportation committee will include Murray Zissen, Merton Wetstein and Cy Lipsky. Reservations may be made by calling Joel Vogel at 2-9473 and must be made by February 19. Campers will leave in cars from the Miami Y Saturday, February 26, at 1 p.m. Each man is asked to bring his own blankets and mess kit. Jr. Hadassah To Hold Style Show Final plans have been completed for the spring fashion show to be sponsored by the Junior Hadassah at the Shelborne Hotel, February 27, at 2 p.m. Chairman Miriam Scheinberg stated that the proceeds from this affair will benefit Meier Shfeyah Children's Village in Palestine which is maintained and supported by Junior Hadassah. Miami Y Service League To Sponsor Lecture First in a series-of special events for women will take place Monday evening at 8 o'clock at the Miami Y when the Miami Service League of the Y sponsors a lecture on beauty and charm. Miss Marian Johnson of the Coronet Charm School will be the guest speaker. Mrs. Leon Kaplan and Mrs. Lee Bass are in charge of this event. UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI PRESENTS CHOPIN CENTENNIAL CONCERT MALCUZYNSKI .NANALL CHOPIN PROGRAM MONDAY EVENING, FEB. 28—MIAMI SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL TICKETS 1.20. 1.80. 240, 3.00 at Univ. of Miami Symphony office—48-5812 and downtown offices SAVE FROM 50c TO $1.00 ON EACH CHICKEN STEWERS 45c LB. HENS 55c LB. For a real treat—try one of our famous pullets Everything alive — Schochat on premises daily WHITE ROSE KOSHER LIVE POULTRY MARKET 87 Washington Avenue corner 1st Street PHONE 5-8139 Under supervision of Rabbi Moses Mescheloff and Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky BERMAN POULTRY 237 N. W. 5th Street Phone 3-7584 SUNSET FARM (the only place of its kind on the Beach) 1668 Alton Road off Lincoln Road Phone 5-4118 Special Florida Jumbo Eggs 79c Doi. (without carton) 2 lb. Dressed and Drawn Fryers $1.98 Strictly Fresh Chicken Livers TODAY thru SUNDAY On the Stage—In Person JENNIE GOLDSTEIN Star Attraction of the Yiddish Theatre On Screen—"HER 2ND MOTHER" with Esta Salzman, Muni Serebroff & Yetta Zwerling All Yiddish Show Coming WED., FEB. 9th Queen of Yiddish Musical Comedy STJSSS MOLLY PICON Musical laugh show with Jacob Kalich On the Screen "GREEN FIELDS" with Helen Beverly & Jacob Cashier Ample Perking Cont. from 1:45 PLAZA THEATRE SOUTH MIAMI ""BEACH CALL 3~6601 TODAY 'Routes and Htlflifr*-* Stom ivtrywtert* mmiL e e D RV. CL6Pni n G ^fli



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PAGE TWO >Jeistfkriinr FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1949 : %  : %  %  ::.Z %  1 %  socialized in • l '•' 1 1 =.-.-; :.: %  1 .• : %  1 .-..-. • and • .-;•.. Rt %  • 4 the ..-. • : -.'. i 1 ". : %  : % %  .*. *.. r. What is MAPA1? The rtory ;:' Moped—the Iszze. Laboi Party—** peal and pcrce. D| the story ;: the Jewish State. Behind the party liea a .-ecc.-c ^: ferty yean oi pioneering and c: struggle :c: the founder.^r. ai the Mate 5e:c:e the party lies another period c: er;r— to cre-r:e a itate thai • % % %  •... be -crse:r. Socialism and liberty for the individual not 1 then II •:-.•• : U J %  Si nt tl it 1 MM 2..t:'.-re F ----' ; 0 UF :. 3 .. • lore of tt nation '' Brit '.."".' :' in >ut 1 : :.I.. %  • %  .• and in tional -' J< til it 1 trat nited Natior thi principle Wl I %  thi Right talked about it .-• %  : -':i : f the: tc it for .... tt4 I • %  %  lai .... j .no stal ".' .:. into rnati r •••• %  : .. A: '.'.'. I I %  thai lile rr.uch of J imrr.igrai n .......... • .... •. that thi • I I i 1st depei tions %  '•• • ; • %  tl • ... ty of the I .. ... ., %  %  to 1 taught tl ...... It ; the party f tl • •. •• %  founders of th< J 1 of lone •" % %  'rien e and struggle I*, s the party n and tl natior future Consumptive Relief Society Will Meet ;%  • Fu I Mrs. Jack G Reservai --'•' M :. ..-. -.:.. ting After 1 : :. • • driving: igrat ion 1 Brit: ight ir. thousar ref ug< tr.ua ther.ii the resi t.on f *.l Ma: %  • ........ .. 11lerr.er. \ ch rr. a de the ... 1] the Hagai ..-.: %  -; :' I v. i Today tr.i 5tab f Israel i in : v. t kind M 1 that the Jt ity u "' list thai nstructivi prise in town and villag fostered, thai be providi I quitable. Jews 1st be 1 arged mon the: the constructivi over th< and to Israi .... ....... take part m 1 ing to tn .-.. Stati Mapai that a shou not domin .: %  that they mu I educated to b membera of a spiritual pendent, • n nically pi 1 I %  • politically pi <.and si ly enterpri ing • nity. At the same time, Mapai beli tha-. it is the right ol every Jew to settle in Israel. Private enti prise should have :t; place, in partnership with ... I enterprise, v.ithin the framework of a panned economy, thus ensuring th<; orderly development of the country. Mapai stands for full in ence for the Jewist people The living reality of the Stat Israel bears testimony to the party's principles of pioneering and practical idealism. Recognition Beach Auxiliary To Home For Aged Plans Membership Affair tea l • M ':. .'. %  to thi %  ;: %  • .'.. : the M nt H %  '. %  '. Mrs 1 tea wh Hotel. Any 1 %  ttend. T I fair will taki t f thi F ting. Boys' Judaea Group Names Temporary Office Te lv formed boys' Junior Young J :•:-.' I gr< ur %  ••• re 1 I at 1 meeting athe Miami Y Tu< • Officers are Herbert S president: J sretary: Mark Coplan. treasure r Boys between the ages of 10 and 15 are nvited 1 the group which meets every Tuesdav evening at 7 o'clock at the M Y. Seymour Hinkea is leader of the group. Any bovs inter' I asked to call 3-5854. MIAMI'S OLDEST FURNITURE MOVERS WANTED LOAD OR PART LOAD TO AND FROM NEW YORK OR VICINITY .. ALSO THE MIDDLE WEST AND CALIFORNIA LONG DISTANCE DOOR-TO-DOOR Transit Insurance Ayailable On All Shipments WITHERS VAN LINES 1000 N.E. 1st Ave. Ph. 3-2667 WOMEN CALL IT THE f '/ That'* because Breakstone's Sour Cream-besides being o delicious, nourishing main dish-add. new flavor and zest ,0 even ordinary dishes. Try it in soups, stews, sauce,, vegetables and pastries-and on fruits and berries. Thu thick. luHSOM cream is not sour. If, specially cultured w~ cream. Your Grocer has it in paper or glass container!. H OA7 CREAM tS SOUR CREAM iO GENIZ£0 %  fclfc **t ft Miami Office 1713 N.W. 7€h Ave., Phone 82-4731 HAROLD'S, INC. Hairdrestters 1039 LINCOLN ROAO MIAMI BEACH PHONE* S0467, 5-048B AAO C. LAB OLAS BLVD. FT. LAUDERDALE c niG E E N Sil*... |f Mod* best, o j/.ir with HOROWITZ-WARGARHEN WC KOSHfl CANNfO BONED CHICKEN Oeliciou. with crup lettuce, cool cetery. luaclou. tomatoet. A so get HOROWITZ.MARGARETEN KOSH ER CANNED CHICKEN SOUPS and other chicken products, for taity, time-and-work-.aving menus. £'JJ Dislribul^TBr" PALM DISTRIBUTORS, IXC. 14 N.E. 24th St., Miami 37. FICL Phone 3-6866 \ O I I M(\\V. FEB. 7th 5 E GALL >LESI5LMUM Segal.'s Fair Deal Platform In Part: Cooperation with other Dade County Legislators, and with Gov. Fuller Warren's flood program Support to obtain a state medical school here. A central state tax commission to level oft taxes more fairly for Dade County. State aid for more playgrounds in Dade County. (PaM Pol -VI'. > Attention to every detail of Jewish religious requirements in an atmosphere of beauty and peace distinguishes our service to the Jewish family. Cur two complete funeral chapels are up-tothe-minute in every detail of their equipment — beautifuHy furnished and decorated throughout. TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS MIAMI BEACH 1236 Washington Ave West Flagler & 20th Ave Phone %m JMim iiinucif"iiiii.i fOfVARD T NEWMAN. FMMI Dirscio. ABE fiSENBERG I-MSJ* IN NEW YORK 76th STREH AND AMSTiROAM AVENUE Phone 5-3355 • 5-7777



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PRjpAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1949 fJenistifhricfMaigi PAGE THREE Temple Sisterhood To Sponsor Annual Inter-faith Tea Invitations have been issued to Miami women of all faiths who arc active in religious and social affairs to attend the annual interfaith tea to be given by the Sisterhood of Temple Israel Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the main auditorium of the Temple. Addresses and music will carry out the theme of brotherhood. 'Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will pronounce the invocation. Dr. Gordon W. Love joy, professor of human relations at the University of Miami, will be the principal speaker. Dr. Andrew W. Gottschall. director of the regional office of the National Conference of Christians and Jews, will also speak briefly. The program will be preceded by a short business meeting at which Mrs. Isaac Levin, president, will preside. Hostesses for the afternoon include: Mrs. Harry V. Simon, chairman, Mrs. Morton Russack, Mrs. Maurice Serotta, Mrs. Henry Wolff and Mrs. Colman A. Zwitman. Mrs Adolph Wertheimer will preside over the tea table. Presidents of all sisterhoods, PTA's and all Jewish women's organizations are invited to be present, Mrs. Levin announces. II ail assail Group To Discuss JNF At Meet Feb. 14 The Jewish National Fund, the official land-buying agency for the Jewish people in Palestine, will be discussed at the next meeting of the Miami Group of Hadassah to be held on Monday, February 14, at 1:30 p.m. at the Miami Y. Mrs. Irving Genet, JNF cl airman, will give a brief talk, and Mrs. Minna Mell will explain the significance of the purchase of trees to be planted in Palestine, which is part of the project. Mrs. Mell will also discuss the part that Hadassah has taken in the reclamation of the soil in the Haifa Bay area, in Upper Galilee and in other parts of Israel through the fund. Highlighting the program will be the review of the book, "Peace of Mind," by Edward Clarke of the University of Miami School of Music faculty. Mr. Clarke is well-known for his weekly talks on books and music at the Miami Women's Club, and has been affiliated with the University of Miami for the past fourteen years. The public is invited to attend. Hias Banquet Set For Sunday \ itflil The annual banquet given by the Hias Peoples Tourist Committee will be held Sunday at 7:30 at the Victor Hotel, Miami Beach. The affair which has been given for the past 11 years by Mr. and Mrs. Louis Miller in memory of their son Victor, is being directed by Joseph L. Tepper, chairman. Greetings will be made by Rabbis Leon Kronish, Irving i_,ehrman, Moses Mescheloff and Max Shapiro, in addition to a member of the board of directors of the Boston branch of Hias, Max Lefkowitz. Rev. Maurice Mamches, Anna Grossberg and Anyuta Melicov will present a musical program. Honor guests will be Abraham Mazer and Samuel E. Bernstein. MORGENTHAU AND MONTOR HEAD BIG PEC INVESTMENT PROGRAM IN ISRAEL Kolber Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Abraham Kolber, formerly of 7742 Tatem Waterway, Miami Beach, will take place Sunday at 2 p.m. at Mount Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Murray Grauer officiating. Relatives and friends are asked to attend. Pioneer Women To Hold Special Meeting Tuesday The Pioneer Women Club No. One, Miami Beach, will hold a special meeting Tuesday at 8 p.m. at Congregation Beth Tfilah. Final arrangements for the donor dinner to be held February 13 will be made and members are asked to pick up their tickets at this meeting. Rifke Wald, national chairman for youth and education, who is visiting with the Pioneer Women's Organizations in this area, is expected to be present at this meeting. A nationwide effort to mobilize American capital for largescale investments in Israel has been inaugurated under the leadership of Henry Morgenthau, Jr., (left) former Secretary of the Treasury, who has just been elected chairman of the board of the Palestine Economic Corporation. Henry Montor, (right) former executive vice chairman of the United Jewish Appeal, has been named vice president of the corporation, which wat founded in 1926 by the late Felix M. Warburg. Louis Marshall and Supreme Court Justice Louis D. Brandeis. Miami Chapter Cardiac Home To Meet Tuesday The Miami Chapter of the National Children's Cardiac Home will hold its monthly meeting Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. at the Melvin Cohen Hall of the home, 4250 West Flagler St. Dienstag Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Louis Dienstag, formerly of 2160 S.W. 16th St., will take place Thursday at 11 a.m. at Mount Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Murray Grauer officiating. Relatives and friends are asked to be present. Segall Announces Campaign Platform A fair deal for Dade County, especially in equalization of taxes and a speedy program for flood control, is the campaign theme being stressed this week by Sidney L. Segall in his race for state representative. Segall is a candidate in the special Democratic primary election Monday, Feb. 7. "As the largest and richest county in the state," Segall said, "Dade County now contributes far more than its share to other counties from racing, gasoline and other taxes." Segall also pledged support to a flood control program calling for liberal financial aid from the federal government. The candidate is a product of Dade County schools, the University of Florida, University of Illinois and Northwestern University. Segall for 15 years has been a practicing Florida attorney. He is a former assistant attorney general and during the war served with the United States Department of Justice. ACT NOW! 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HO.ow.rz.M4tc4.iri* HUMI NMWII ooo MUM or place your order with your own grocer Tropical Lodge To Hoar Balkin Gilbert J. Balkin. Florida regional director of the Anti-Defamation League of B'r.ai B'rith, will be the featured speaker at a joint meeting of the Tropical Lodge and Women's Chapter of B'nai B'rith Monday at 8:15 p.m. in the conference room, Greater Miami Jewish Federation, 420 Lincoln Road. Balkin's subject will be "Action for Democracy" and will launch the first of a series of ADL nights. The event is under the direction of Al Gleiberman and Tropical Lodge president, Irving Cypen, will introduce the speaker. Membership awards will be presented to Gershon Miller, Irving Cypen and Leonard Lubitz for achievement in the recent membership drive. Clarke Will Speak At Spinoza Forum Saturday Edward Clarke of the University of Miami will be the guest speaker at the Spinoza Forum tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock at the home of Dr. A. Wolfson,124 11th St., Miami Beach. Clarke will review Mark van Doren's book, "The Great Rehearsal or the Founding of the American Constitution." The Friendship group will meet Tuesday evening at the forum for a social hour and to listen to the Town Meeting of the Air. Last Tuesday evening, Dr. Maurice M. Shudofsky, professor of Hebrew and English at the University of Wisconsin, addressed the gathering on the topic, "How Authentic Is Sartre's Authentic Jew?" On Wednesday night Charles H. Lee will give his sixth lecture on astronomy and on Thursday evening Dr. N. S. Hanoka will lecture on health. The Vegetarian Society of Greater Miami will meet at the Forum Saturday night. If You Desire JEWISH CUISINE Try These LUNCHEON SPECIALS SANDWICHES SMOKED SALMON CHOPPED LIVER TOMATO HERRING SOUR CREAM SPECIALS SOUR CREAM WITH COTTAGE CHEESE SOUR CREAM WITH VEGETABLES Air-Conditioned Menanin* Floor



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< • PAGE SIX *>Jmistikrldiail FRIDAY, FEBRUARY ,^ RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY Congregation Beth Jacob (Orthodox), 301-311 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Friday evening services at 5:80 p.m. LAW Friday evening forum • %  U,,v Scout Sabbath will be celebrated. Scout Troops So 24, S5, 15, 66 and S3 and Cub S. "in Pack 23 will P art, P* te : Knl.l-1 MeBcheloff will upeaK on uii.u Will Vou Leavf Hchliul?" Kev Philip Fried will lead In the communal smgIng assisted bj the Beth Jai ob Ki llglous school chours Earl} Saturdaj morning sei vlci B( 6 i Ri gular banbath sei vice at 8:30 I m. Rabbi M< %  cheloff will preach .•" 'Leaving; Ram. Bes J mloi servli es held ror children of elementar>' school % %  <*< %  i" the Religious School annex at 10 a.m. under direction ui .Max Uertman ol tlie faculty. Klddush will be served under direction of Mrs. Joseph Krenuer. Bincha at ."• 30 followed by Shalos Seudos. Rabbi Meschelofl will speak on the Portion of the Week. Sunday School at 9:30 u m. Da I • B< h i from 3:30 to 6:30. Congregation Beth David (Conservative). 135 N.W. Third Ave. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Maine 1 .os. Late Friday evening services at 8:15. i Cantor Maurice Mamvhes will officiate. Louis Helmun, Miami attorney, will be guest Bpea ki r Services w ill be conducted by Jerome B. Gordon, executive director of Beth Itavidj and liank Rose. Mr. and Mrs Meyer Forei and Mr and Mrs, Morris Keselman will be hosts i" .i reception Immediately aft.-:the services In memory of Mrs. Forer's and Mrs Keselman's mothers, they will also make the floral offering. Sabbath Ben Ices .it 8:30 .. m. Jack, son "f Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Katser, will become Bar Mltzvah Sti services at 10:30 a.m. Sunday Bar Mltavah breakfast for boya and plrls 13 and over will be held this week at 8:40 Bible i lass under direction pf Abi aham Lei Itan me< is daily at 7:30 a.m. for a Mlschnlas. Saturday afternoons he will conduct a class in Bchatarla between Mlncha and Maarlv. Rabbi Max Shapiro will present th,first official report on his Journey through Israel to Beth David Congregation Friday, Feb. 11. Congregation Beth El (Orthodox), 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer, Cantor Milton Friedman. Friday evening service! at 5:15. Friday evening forum at 8:80 p.m. Rabbi Ira in i a 111 B leak on "Israel Recognised by Others, An Oneg Shabbat will follow in auditorium. Saturday es .it 9 a m Rabbi Grauer will speak on the Portion of the Week. Students' services at 1" a.m. Saturday, supervised by Bernard W. Kimmel of th.Religious school staff, Mlncha at 4:4."i p.m. Followed bj Shalos Seudos. Sunday school at 1" a.m. Dally religious Bchool from i to I u.m Daily services 1ui. Jewish Community Center (Conservative!. 2020 Polk St.. Hollywood. Rabbi Max Kaufman. i-'i Ida) sui Im. Rabbi Max K b> the will • %  let the Sei spi .u< on • T • M in and the Will %  :' G : .' %  i • i Shabbut Will folli %  .'. • evening and .i Klddush will be held Saturday with I hosts: Mi I Mrs. Nathan Agree and Mr, and Mrs, Isadon Olanoff In menu ry of Mrs Olftnoff's mother. Saturday sen 10 a.m. S inday School at 10:30. Hebrew School Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday at 3 p.m. Confirmation and Bar Mltzvah classes at extra session Thursday at 8 p m, ::— t*i'jm, Slip Covers J Upholstering f Draperies C^^K^nl Head Boards Cornices Made to Order n Reasonably Priced ; Quality work guaranteed 1 THE ORIGINAL n (JOSEPH 1.1 &f R A W L S 0 N &f 704 N. E. 1st AVENUE PHONE 3-0151 FOR REPRESENTATIVE WITH SAMPLES Miami Beach Jewish Community Center (Conservative). 17QI Washington Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. Friday evening services at 5 P m Lite Friday evening services at Rabbi Irving Lehrman will pri •Through Jewish Eyes. • antor ooijiring win chant the sen-Ice a • the Center ehoir under the direction of Ben Vom.n. services at 8 a.m. Bai Mlttxah ol Robert, son ol Mr, and Mn ; .,„ Alexander Rabbi wll preach on "The Weeklj Portion of the Uw. junior Congregation al I youth breakfast Sunday m >rnlng at i.:,r, in the chapel, H ichool Monday through Thursday 3... Sunday school io o'clock to i son i rekindergarten school Mondu through Friday 9 a.m. to 12. Adult Institute Monday and Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Miami Hebrew School and Congregation (Orthodox), 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Berele Kelemer. Rridaj evi es at 5:30 p m. I.:,i.. Friday Evening Forum at t nr Jacob H Kaplan, Rabbi Emeritus of Ti mpU Israel, will iguest sp< aker. His topic will be "The Trui Freedom. Rabbi Sim in Inr wl i conduct the servli • %  Cantor it. %  will chant Refreshments will b. served after the service! Satui I 9 Rabbi April will speak i,n "Equipment for Servii • M followed by Shalos Seudos. The Rabbi will speak on the Portion of th>Week. Sunday School at 10 a.m.: Hebrew Si hool dail) from 8:15 to 6 15 p.m. Daily services al •''' 1 "' United Jewish Schools, North Campus, University of Miami. Sunday School at 10 a in. Daddies Club at 10 a.m. and Adult Blbli at 10 a.m. with Abraham Levltan, teacher An open forum follows Coral Gables Jewish Center (Liberal). Regular Sabbath eve services far Jewish patients and residents of the coral Cables ares at Pratt Censral Hosplti Chapel I'TA iml I laddies Club of Sund gui -: ol honor, Director R man will preach on "What Kit Religion Shall We Teach Our Children Phis topic will be basis ol a BJ mposlum in whl h the participate: i T Seyn iiof psj • h ilogy I thi verslty Of Mian M SllVel state president of B'l al B i tti and Al Cohi M Si m LI. bi will bb-ss candles Refri will be served 15 Hebrew classes weekdays from 3:15 for children 7'i to 14. Congregation beth Tfilah (Orthodox), 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Friday evening services aI Saturday morning at 1:30. Rabbi Ri will speak on the • ibjc i t "Theory and Action." Saturday evi service at I the Rabbi will spi >k "ii The Portion of the Wi • cha at 4:30 followed b) a Bpei ial Sh -•pi,,-t,, i„. cnndui teel bj tlrand Rabbi Zvl Taub known as the "Mossltcher Rabbi" and n program of Hebrew songs and imlros. Daily services at 7 and 8 a m Class In Mishna win be addressed by the Rabbi following the services S< r> i it 8 p.m. followed by a riass In Jewish laws and customs Maarlv .ii 8:15 p.m. Temple Emanu-El (Reform), 1801 S. Andrews Ave., Fort Laud erdale. Dr. Marius Ranson, Rabbi. Sabbath service Friday at 8 p.m Rabbi Ranson will speak A reception win follow In the reception hall The public is invited to attend the sen t B p.m. and the reception at 9:30 p.m. 25th YEAR Camp Osceola Thoroughly Modern Separate Camps for Jewish Boys and Girls. On Lake Osceola and Mills River, 'l n the Land of the Sky," Hendersonville. N. C. e 2500 feet elevation e Capable seasoned staff e Resident Physician and Nurse Directors: Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Silver 950 Jefferson Ave. Miami Beach Phone: 5-5975 or 5-4239 Or*"L A>. I\)GUST BROS Kyi /> thr fir M tfctfatuia RESTAURANT 2655 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, Florida SUMMER SEASON THE FLORIDIAN HOTEL West End, N. J. Phone 3-9622 Temple Isaiah .Reform) .1065 Dade Blvd.. M.ami Beach. Rabb. David Raab. Ft si* H Ken Temple Israel (Reform). 137 NE 19th St. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman: Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Rabbi Emeritus. I I .,. ,|, Welth. lim %  i: %  Israelite Center (General), 3346 S.W. 24th St. it 1 Congregation Keneseth Israel (Orthodox). 432 Espanola Way. Miami Beach. Pi %  %  Heatter Will Speak At Nat'l Council Film Forum Gabriel Heatti r, noted news commentator, will guesl peakums the Nal rial Council of .! W %  :it the i' ny Restau I M an i Bt at 2 t'clock tl ften The forum will be | ., luncheon it 1 o't Io k at th i Colony. Resc: v< I r luncheon may i ailing Mi s. Harry N i ifl, Mrs Edwai I L. C at 6-3 Mi %  Louis A. Gidnt y a1 6 5176. YOUR CANDIDATE 4fA\ p^sV.^BHI^B IflW' A L 2 B ^ sf fl By ^K FRANCES O. WARRINER FOR STATE LEGISLATURE GROUP II PLANKS IN HER PLATFORM: %  r*;";-,,.^': : J SEE 3 SI it. Wat. For Intelligent Conscientious Energetic T.^.^ Representation Vote F R FRANCES O. WARRINER Mother of Three Children and Successful Businesswoman Gable* l>nter To Hold \vinposium \ gymposium on "What Kind ,,f Religion Shall We Teach Our :.,.•••• w il] be conducted at Sabbath services of the Coral Jewish Center on the ocl United Jewish School • s. rvices will be held in • • Hospital chapel tonight at and will feature the partici,, 0 f the school's ParentAssociation and the riub. •itcr Director Robert Berg's sermon will be the subject : a discussion by Dr. Seymour Blumenthal, professor of psyigy at the University of MiMis. Sain Silver, state president of B'nai B'rith Women, and Ai Cohen, l'TA president. Ed Weisch will be moderator. Mrs. Sam Lieberman, PTA secretary, bless the candles. President William Pallot of the Daddies will extend greetings. The public is invited. NOW NEW YORK'S MOST FAMOUS COFFEE lARTINSOK SQFFEi At All fin* food Stotn All Purpose ... Red Con Pulverized Blue Con Palm Distributors Inc. 14 N. 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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1949 _* JewlstifhrkUar) PAGE ELEVEN |]li>ji<-li Jlawada To kpoiiMir Ranee I The outside patio of the new pelano Hotel, 17th and Collins Lve. Miami Beach, will be the Iscene of a dance sponsored by the Etiami Beach Masada Saturday, %  February 12, at 8 p.m. | The music of Tito Rodriguez Lill be f..,turcd, according to Abe krhafer chairman of the affair. IAII proceeds will be used to fulfill pledges of the organization to llsracl and to further the Zionist leducatior. program Serving on Schafer's committee ar eDorothy Cotzin, arrangements; Bernice Dogoloff, tickets; IRosalin'1 Cotzin, door; David iGoodwin and Frank Kauf, posters; [Helen Haves, publicity. Beth El Women Will Sponsor Card Party I Plans for the luncheon and card partv to be given by the Sisterhood of the Congregation Beth El Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. in the patio of the social building, S.W. 5th St. and 17th Ave., were discussed al a special board meeting I (his week. Tickets for the affair are $1, Mrs. Charles Stahl, president annoumvs. and anyone interested in securing them may call Mrs. Jack Shapiro, chairman, at 2-0898. Pioneer Women Bazaar The Council of Pioneer Women's Organizations of Greater Miami has set April 2 for a bazaar to be held at the Million Dollar Pier, Miami Beach. Balkin To Speak Gilbert J. Balkin will speak'on "Bigots in Our Midst" at the Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith luncheon club meeting to be held at 12:15 p.m. today at the Downtowner Restaurant. A traveling exhibit of the work of 33 Jewish artists, which is being shown by Jewish groups in all sections of the country, includes the four paintings reproduced here. The exhibition, assembled by the Congress of Jewish Culture, is being made available by the Jewish Center Lecture Bureau of the National Jewish Welfare Board (JWB), as part of the JWB program of helping to build an indigenous American Jewish culture. Shown here are, top left, "The Youngest Married Off," by Saul Raskin; top right, "The Refugees," by Josef Foshko; lower left, "Cracow Synagogue," by William Meyerowitz; lower right, "Passover Night," by Raisa Robbins. Nineteen of the paintings in the exhibition have Jewish themes, and all have been hailed by art critics. All are valuable originals, and one—"Rest Day," by Abraham Walkowitx—is worth $1,500. At the conclusion of the tour, the paintings will be offered for sale to art lovers. MANISCHEWITZ Produced and Bottled by Monarch Wine Company, Inc. Bush Terminal, N. Y. GIVE Wnai B'rith FUND DRIVE %  %  VETERANS' HOSPITAL SERVICE Lite Insurance Estates Authoritatively Programmed NAT G ANS Metropolitan Life Ins. Co. 907 Biicayne Bldg. Ph. S-4ie or 4-W81 See or phene me for your LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS Silverstein Is Chosen Financial Secretary Of B'nai B'rith Council Mark Silverstein, Miami Beach attorney, has been elected to the office of financial secretary of the B'nai B'rith Council of Greater Miami, C. R. Jacobson, B'nai B'rith council director, has announced. Silverstein is an officer of the North Shore Lodge B'nai B'rith and is an active worker in community service and civic affairs. Hadassah Board To Meet An executive board meeting of the Business and Professional Division of the Miami Chapter of Hadassah will be held Tuesday night at 8:30 at the home of Miss Ruth Steinberg, 103 N.W. 9th Ave. IN MIAMI BEACH SPACE AVAILABLE FOR Manufacturing — Wholesaling NEW MODERN FIREPROOF ELEVATOR BUILDING SUITABLE FOR Showrooms, Shops or Offices AS LOW AS $50.00 Per Month CALL 5-4100 Rose Is Soloist On National Broadcast Leonard Rose, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rose, 774 N.W. 1st St., now first 'cellist with the New York Philharmonic Orchestra, was soloist during the orchestra's weekly afternoon broadcast Sunday. Under the direction of Leopold Stokowski, Rose played Bloch's rhapsody, "Schelomo." Before entering the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia several years ago, Rose studied locally under Walter Grossman. His father, Harry Rose, played as first 'cellist in the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra during the lifetime of Dr. Arnold Volpe, founder of the orchestra. 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Tickets on Sale at Burdine's. Miami. Beginning Mon., Jan. 3 Res. Seats $3.90 Res. Section $2.60 High School Students...$1.20 (Tax. Incl.) ELECT NORMAN R. LYONS YOUR STATE REPRESENTATIVE DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY "A man is known by the company he keeps" MASONS — lames Cornell ELKS. Miami Lodge No. 948 Lodge No. 223 F&AM BPOE Young Men's Hebrew Ass'n. Miami Chamber of ComB'nai B'rith Zionist District of Miami Knights of Pythias merce Florida State Bar Assoc. Dade County Bar Assoc. ZIONIST DISTRICT OF MIAMI Norman Lyons says: More proportionate county distribution of State tax benefits. Dade County must receive a greater share of State tax benefits." Paid Political Adv.



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PAGE FOURTEEN Horace Heidi To Appear Sunday Horace Heidt. whose appearance at Dinner Key Auditorium Sunday evening is being sponsored by the North Miami Optimist Club, will brir.g to the citizens of this area a double feature. Feature No. one will be a 30minute coast-to-coast broadcast of Phillip Morris Night with Horace Heidt over the National Broadcasting System (,WIOD> at 6:30 p.m. Feature No. two will be a three-hour stage show starring 40 performers who have been discovered by the starmaker during one of his three trans-continental tours with his original youth program. One of the headliners on Heidt's program will be Pierce Kr.ox. xyl phone exponent. Although Knox has been blind since he was four years old, his speed and ability with the mallets have been acclaimed by critics throughout I country as nothing short of sensation Heidt will also present Tiny Hutton. who is billed as a "Ton of Fun." Tiny weighs 365 pounds and hails from Richmond. Va. From the Bronx comes 11-yearold Jerry Rothaus, triple threat musician. He plays drums, piano and vibraphone with equal rijy and enthusiasm. Tickets are available at Burdine's fourth floor and will be on sale at box offices at the Dinner Key Auditorium starting Sunday afternoon at 2 p.m. Ac:on for high school students is S1.20. Barton Brothers Trio Featured At Roumania Danny Davis' Roumania Theater Restaurant catered to capacity crowds this week, calling for encores following every act. Headlining the bill were the Barton Brothers, comedy song-. who delighted the spectators with a new routine in addition to old favorites. A newcomer to Miami Beach. Adeline Neice, the "Vicdisha Shiksa," chanted liturgical songs followed by numbers in Yiddish, English and Italian. The dance-team of De Mar and Derive was well received. MC. Sunny Kaye gave a show of his own including his now famous Hawaiian number and horse track act. Ken Jones and his orchestra lent strong support to the acts. The entire performance was arranged with an eye to entertaining both Yiddish speaking and nor. Yiddish speaking spectators. New Chief Justice of the Florida Supreme Court is Alto Adams, native of Walton County and former circuit judge in St. Lucie County. Justice Adams was educated at the University of Florida and was appointed to the Florida Supreme Court in 1940. In addition to his work on the court, he maintains a keen interest in livestock and agriculture. Pioneer Women Hold Benefit Card Party Mrs. I. Pokula and Mrs. L. F. instein of Pionet r Women Clu!> N One of Miami Beach were hostesses at a card party last T day in the premises of Mr Mrs. R. Edelstein. 1350 Pennsylvania Ave. Proceed? of $125 will go towards the Child Ri Fund. Assisting t: Mrs. S. Minowitz and Mrs. A. Horowitz. West Miami Group Will Meet Wednesday Night The West Miami Jewish Center will hold a business meeting Wednesday evening at 1000 S.W. 67th Ave. (in the rear of Silo's Sundry Store). Chief business of the meeting will be the election of four additional board members. All Jewish residents of the area are invited to attend. Refreshments will be served. Benefit Card Party The Women's Club of Workmen's Circle Branch 692 will sponsor a benefit card party Saturday. February 12, at 7 p.m. at the New Lyceum, 25 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach. Refreshments will be served. Workmen's Circle Meets A special meeting of theWorkmen's Circle Branch 692 of Miami Beach was held W< evening at the New Ly< Washington Ave. Plans were discussed for annual concert in ruary 20. Other agenda were thi membership drivi is nov in progress and thi | of February as a SJ for the children of Europe and Israel. Workmen's Circle Will Present Concert Sunday Workmen's Circle Branch No. 699 of Miami will present a concert Sunday night at 8 o'clock at the Workmen'^ Circle I 1545 S.W. 3rd St. Participating in the ; will be: Irene Patti, Raymon Cutierrez, violinist; Walter Grossman, 'cellist; Emery Erdelyi. violinist: Eleanor Linton, pianist: and Nancy Mills, violinist Tickets are $1.20 and ; will go to the Lyceum and Workmen's Circle school fund. Bober Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late L .-, Bober. formerly of 150 Ocean Dr Miami Beach, will take place Sunday at 3 p.m. at Mount Sinai Cemetery with Rabbi Murray Grauer officiating. Relatives and friends ar e asked to attend. The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association Parhctpating agency oi[the Greater Miami Jewish Federation ANNOUNCES THAT: 1 ^i,i. nf0rm !f 0n ? b Ut Kash !" concerning chicken markets meat markets, restaurants, hotels, or any othe" Kashruth problem in Miami Beach or in theory of H£S? £ d ^V"? be btained from o" Sector Rabbi Joseph E Rackovsky. 818 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach, phone S3595. avenue, 2. In order to be sure that a store is supervised nA „ HARRY SIRKIN, Pres. H S OOTIW Q A. M. BEAR. Vice Pr„. JISSELZT* LEGAL NOTICE NOTCE -O JfMM ,, ix TH TIP f If v IERMAN ,f lK.li MU/roN v KUIKI'MAN FRIDAY, FEBR UARY 4, NOTICE TO CREDITORS i N v: ,;|, A IN PRoRMI ELIZA II R.UNA, %  %  II RA.IN v iNTu • %  %  %  v 11A. IX A, ST"NK M NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW V iTICE IS HERI IV filVEX %  %  • S W %  .. • | n K viv. %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW I'.Y HIVK: ••.• %  • STORE '. .'. 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FLORIDA IN CHANCERf, NO :\\ WALTON, Plaintiff, vs. VSENATII WALTON, Defendant. ro MRS VSEN cril H VLTON I.MAM STREET KUFFAI/O, NEW YORK ytiU \I:I: HEREBY required to A or Plead in the • ion fr divorce on or before ,rj %  |949; otherwise n Dei-ree %  -v., win 1 11 tei -'I against ,, „ ... 11 lance w itii the Statutes St it.of Florida so mad* and ill ii • • %  %  in lay of January. 1949. 1: B LEATHERMAN, Clerl of thi Circuit Court By M C FEIOE. Deputy Clerk BURNETT ROTH \ • ney for Plali 'Iff %  %  P rlda 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ned, I engage In • ler the flctll loua name of VII • Miracle Mile, Inbli Florida, intends to reg1 'lei k Of the lit 1 1 lade County, FlorRERNARD V. HOFFMAN SAN*FORD WOLFE I'arti SAM SILVER • %  %  I I28 2/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW %  iTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN that • • ngage In flctll name <>f -' Alton Road, Miami Reach, 1 1 ntendf to regli tei s.ii,i th the <•] %  :l< • •> Circuit i of r • 1 • ii, s.\M FIXKELSTEIN OSEPH W \l VLEK %  ..,• '• %  %  %  I •LI NOTICE TO APPEAR IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE "Til JUDICIAL CIRCUIT tlP FLORIDA, IX VXD FOR DADE NTV. IN CHANCERY. No •I TILLIE SUCHoVOIjnvl %  I ff V fl > E siiiii .\ 1 iLSKl iv 1 ISIDORE SUVALSKY, Defend%  • Vl • ISIDORE SUV VLSKT, a k a ISSIE SI CHOV. .;.SKV 121 At | Hnrrj Rrooksteln, New 1 ''" %  : to fl 11 ap111 thi f or dl1 %  %  x '' • ee pro con• %  ".. • \ ,.11 ',', this : 0 f .j., n Q LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Bj M C PEIGE, MILTON V FRIEDMAN"' '' Cte for I'laintifl • ; %  IN rilK CIRCUIT COURT OP THE EI.E\ ENTII JUDICIAL CIRCI IT IN VXll FOR DADE COUNTY I DA IN CHANCERY, No. ABRAMS, pla ni ff, va VICUIKA.M.s p.:, |anl STATE •! %  • KUUUDA: Dl VICTOR VI (It A.MS %  : 1. New 1 II 'an hi n by 11 itlfied and ord< •• d to the Bill of ( ru e( ] • % %  1 In the above styled before th. %  day of F. 1 ih. alleg itlona of .said • taken aa eon. .. ,| %  day of January, E B. LEATHERMAN, Clark. 11 Iri nil 1 nuit 81 R 1 1 M C PEIGE JOSEPH W MALEK '"'""'' lW *lor 1 i ngresi r. lidlng I 2H 2/4-11-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS .. ., NAME LAW l 1 IH HEREBY GIVEN that £8 ,,.^-MUEL BUTTON IN T?U DE ^. F PUBLICATION %  D I IAI. CIRCUIT OF • M LN CHANCERY, No VN M A Kp5 E a n r Ac E Plaintiff, va. %  %  ; c ,T, ,",V' ,K '"—iant. I' KEIHACEK. 2083 •n> Ne V..,k. m I 'Ul A ).;....„ame in ,..:,': %  ;.; %  %  ; 'c, fMSO wlI1 A ii ii*? 1 This Mth 0'y of January, ..r,,' i s vnn:KMAN.,-,e, k 1: 1: HODGES. IAN ui.-rn Deputy Clerk •\-V SILVER A BAKOWITJ Id Bidg. '•11-18-26 NOTICE TO APPPTT" IN THE CIRCUIT %  HAROLD MANi.,M : i\ N ";' n <'.5 You. HA Iti M.I I M \ %  ,;. ^niku, 215 PUce. Bayslde toSfSfflH To*. i ya w not]f..dtoX*yo^ F -'""a. v AD ^ J •' an,1 i7, AU, anco in the above the 21.t day <,f otherwise decree entered against you Dated this 14 day -.f 1949. E. n. LEATHERMAN rw • Circuit Court Seal) "t By WM. W, STOCKING, MILTON A. FRIEDMAN 1 ""'""*' ^ I Attorney Seybold Bldg. 1/21-28 2/4-11 •NOTICE "uND7R~7l7T7n^r NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBl nj the underslgmed, deal Ing toeanJS "1 '" i'nfu business under The Waaherterla ai 9 is M.amTL''I Miami. Florida. Intend* t„ "lilH said name withe th ierk of the ST CUlt Court of Dade County, FlurU. MATILDA FEINSTED) Sole ( >\v MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN Attorney! for Amd: Seybold Blilg. 1 -M -28 2/1-11-lS NOTICE TO CREDITORS IX Till-: COUNTY JIlHifS COURT IX AXD FOR DADE CdLVTT FLORIDA. -IN PROBATE .\i 1S975. In Be: ESTATE OF CLEMETT P. CURT188, I) MMMt I l"o All Creditors and All lvisntis HIT. mt; Claims or Demands Agair.it m Estate: You, and each of you, are htrrtf notified and reunited to pn-in-nt u> •laims and demands which yuu, I either of you. ma) have ;igair,s! thi' instate of Clemett P. '' ;it.^> dr^As4 :.i. 1 %  f Dade County, Florida, ttfhjl Hon. w. p. Plant, n. County Judn .. 1 tade I lounty, and file the sam a liis office In the t',,unty rnurthoos in Dade County, Florida, within tfekt I alendar months tram the date of tat' first publication hereof, AM cliia: nr demands to contain the teftai sddtess of that) lalmant and to be reon to and luesented as afm %  • %  said. Or81* will be barred. Bee BeetlonUOoftt Probate Act Date January 13, AD 1549. GLBNN H. THCRHER, As Executor of the l-ist will mi restamenl of CLEMETT 1'. COT18S. D-i eased. VVA8MAN, SILVER ,\ SAKOWITI \ttorneya for BJxecutor l H-21-2J 2/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY <;iVE.\' that the underslsned, desiring tuenirageiil buSlUOSS under the fititams name til I. a ui ••! In the Pines at Dade Countd Florida, intends t', re| %  • • % % %  said nasil with the clerk of the Circuit Oosrtef| Dade County, Florila LAURENCE TISCH Bole Owner MARX FADER Attorney for Applicant 112 Congress Bids;. 14-L'l-L'S I I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVEN thi! tin, undersigned, desiring to ennftjj business under the fictitious name* JEWEL CREST: JEWEL CREST MANUFACTURERS: JEWEL cREfl MANUFACTURING CO (NON-BCORP.) at i"i73 Washington AwjJJ Miami Beach, Fla., int. mis te wler said name with the Clerk of w Circuit Court of Dade County, Fiona OABRIEL BRAUN tlEOROE J. TALIANOFF Attorney for Applicanl 21 -21 L' 4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW County, Florida. JOE TEPPER Bole Owi %  MARX FADER Attorney for Applicant ii.' Conrress Bidg. 1 ll-L'l-l'S 2, 4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY th.. undersigned, desiring to "*•: J business under the fi.titiouK ww 9 Williams Beauty Salon •"•* 9 Miami, Fla.. "rjj with the Clerl „f Dade tounU, Ind Avenue, Miami %  n nd register said name the Circuit Court Florida. _„,.• mrt BETTY VIVIAX SCHWA"" Sole Owner A. J. KAPI^AN Attorney for Applicant I 14-21-M 2/1-11 __— NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW M X'lTICE IH HEREIN OIVW _' the. undersigned, desiring to <**,( l.iisiness under the f|.-tltiou nam Laurel In the Palms at l**'W Florida. Intends to register % %  "£3 with the Clerk of the Circuit Coof Dade County. Floi''''a_„ LAURENCE TISCH Sole Owner MARX FABER Attorney for Applicant 412 Congress Bldg. 1/14-21-28 2/4 NOTICE UNDER FlCTlTlOUi NAME LAW ^j, ,yt NOTICE IS HEREBY orVTB" ; the undersigned, desiring, w *"•„,, cl business under the flctit iou m \. Als at 6212 X.W. 18th A\*"jL nJ nFlorida, lutend to reglf t r 1 f'A 0 ri'l with the Clerk of the Circuit U> Dade County. Florida, MAWTTU^ JOSEPH MALEK .A Attorney for Applicants ^T^i l/7-l-ai-2t a/ -'



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Fla., TeL 58-3288 IMMIDIAU SERVICf RfASONABtf PRICES (OUAllTf WORKMANSHIP ENGINE OVERHAUL BRAKE SERVICF MOTOR TUNE UP LUBRICATION FRONT-END ALIGNMENT PAINTING -SEAT COVERS NEW and RECONDITIONED MOTORS a FLORIDA S MCI MODlN rACIliTIK with "NIW POSTWAR IPUIPMfNT and KNOW-HOW MICHANICAl STAIf > IUDGET PLAN IF DESIRCO SAM MURRAY Itll IISCATNl IOUIEVARD PHONE 9 47*1 TRUCK DIVISION s N /;'M srmii PMOM %  • /'// Say... By HARRY SIMONHOFK The Germans And Their Kultur The year 1948, that saw the founding of the State Israel, also witnessed the opening of Brandeis University. The first Jewish college in America devoted purely to secular studies should be hailed with gratification. For a people given to learning, such an institution is long over due. This school, I am confident, will become a distinguished university. Yiddish and German The curriculum lists German, elementary and advanced, as important courses. This raises the question whether Jews should cultivate at all the Teutonic language or kultur. By a strange paradox, there is quite an affiliation between Jews and the German language. Yiddish, all vehement denials notwithstanding, is basically Germanic. All protests of ardent Yiddishists cannot alter the obvious tact that a Yiddish speaker understands a goodly measure of Gerv££& L r a Prussian Bavarian, or Austrian can get the drift of Yiddish. If Germans were not such blockheads, they would have backed up a people scattered through all nations who spoke a Germanic Iinqua franca. Through Jews, there was a great chance for c-xerman to become an international language. But Hitler and his fellow psychopaths decided instead to anihilate this avant-coureur of Uerman kulture in every land. Ingrained German Savagery It is difficult to talk with moderation of Germans after living through the period of Nazi beastialities. Yet persecution is no isolated phenomenon in Jewish history. The record is long and bloody. But no people can match the cold ferocity of German savagery. We can understand the outburst of religious frenzies that have taken in the past such a toll of human lives. We can account for the superstitious fears that drove the terror stricken peasantry to murdering during the Black Death. Even the horrors of the Spanish Expulsion and Inquisition had a certain fanatical logic. There was something of a compliment in the concern these bigots felt for the spiritual welfare of the Jews. The Catholic kings demanded their conversion; the Inquisitor was bent on the salvation of their souls. But with Hitler, the Jews came up against an experience, altogether without precedent. For the first time in 4,000 years, they were trapped, with no solution, with no way out. The Nazi maniacs set their diseased minds on genocide. Nothing else would do but the complete extermination of every Jewish man. woman, and child in this wide world. Did this fiendish program fall like a thunderbolt from the skies? Was it a sudden inspiration that struck the Germans, who prided themselves the most scientific, the most philosophic, the most musical, the most kultur _>d of all people? A glance at Marvin Lowenthal's "Jews of Germany" will show that Judeophobia is endemic to the Teutonic soul. Nazism was the heritage of scientific anti-Semitism that arose as soon as Bismark united the conglomerate German states into an impire. And this anti-Semitism was in turn the natural outgrowth of a religious hate that poisoned the Germans, Catholic or Protestant, for a thousand years. There is mighty little difference between the language of Hitler and Luther in their attitude towards Jews. The student comes to the conclusion that the concentration camps, the death trains, the gas chambers, the crematoria of the Hitler era became the outer expression of what germinated in the secret recesses of the Teutonic soul for centuries. It is therefore not surprising to learn that Nazism is by no means dead. Some Jews show concern when they hear that after all the mass murders, anti-Semitism is still growing in Germany and spreading. But why worry? The D.P.'s are leaving the Nazi murder factories as fast as Israeli boats can take them to Haifa or Tel Aviv. What Jew v/ith an ounce of self respect would want to remain in Germany? And such who are callous enough to tread the accursed soil soaked with the blood of their relatives deserve all the atrocities, in which the Germans specialize. Other Cultures Therefore, why should Jews study the language and literature of their most hateful enemies? Why glorify the achievements of scientific beasts? Why German kultur, when there is a vast English and American literature, far too extensive for the efforts of a single lifetime? There is the vibrant Hebrew renascence flowering forth in Israel. Even Yiddish, expiring from the death wounds sustained in the German camps, is still producing much that is sensitive and beautiful. If the scholar is still hungry, there are the crystal clear masterpieces of France; the realistic psychologic probings of a pre Soviet Russia; not to mention those old foundations of Western enlightenment: the perfections of the Greek classic, the sonorous periods of Latin diction. Amalek The Torah relates that immediately after the Exodus from Egypt, the tribe Amalek attacked the Children of Israel with the intent to destroy them. Victory was achieved only through the intercessory prayer of Moses. The Great Lawgiver then commanded his people to "blot out the memory of Amalek from under Heaven." The Bible records many wars; but eternal hatred was reserved only for this arch enemy. Long before Hitler, the Jews of Eastern Europe would say "a Deutch is ein Amalek." This identification of the ancient with a modern destroyer of Israel is of vast significance. 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PAGE TEN +J&istrkridiiari FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4 Yiddish Theatre On the Air WIXZ (940 on Your Dial) EVERY SUNDAY 12 30 Noon to 1:30 P. M. EVERY TUESDAY 6:00 to 7:00 P. M. Yiddish Classical Hour EVERY SUNDAY A Variety of Stars in the Latest Recordings Available CLASSICAL—LITURGICAL AND FOLK MUSIC Listen to our New Feature Yiddish Theatre On the Air M. Nasatir. Program Director Pan-American Ophthalmic Dispensery (A Division of Pan-American Institute of Optics, Inc.) A COMPLETE OPTICAL SERVICE AT A LOWER COST 149 M£. 2nd Street MIAMI. FLA. Phone 82-9336 GORDON ROOFTNG AND SHEET METAL WORKS MIVI your roof repaired now; you will uvi on a new roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 6. W. 22nd Avenue PHONE 4-6*60 SOLAR WATER SERVICE REPAIRS AND CALL 4-7485 BOOSTERS DON S. COLEMAN STEWART EMPLOYMENT 127 N.E. 1st Ave. Rm. 218 3-1254 — 9-9472 While Help for Homes, Hotels. Restaurants, Offices. Medical and Dental Assts. (-710 S. W. I2th AV. 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South River Drive Phone 9-1155 RUGS CLEANED, DYED and DEMOTHED Carpet Laying and Repairing FURNITURE CLEANING In every part of the nation more than 2.200.000 boys and their adult leaders, will observe Boy Scout Week. Feb. 6 to 12. marking the 39th anniversary of the Boy Scouts of America. The theme of the celebration is "Adventure—that's Scouting!" This year the movement is emphasizing the fun and fellowship its members get out of the game of Scouting. More high adventure is planned in the out-of-doors. Their adventure in citizenship will find Scouts emphasizing civic service activities, emergency service training and world Scouting relationships. During Boy Scout Week. Scouts, their parents and countless communities will honor the volunteer adult leaders of the nation's 70,000 Cub Packs. Scout Troops and Senior Units. Above is the official poster marking the Scout birthday. Off the Record Palestine Saved Him From Bankruptcy Ludwig Mond, grandfather of Lord Melchett who died a few days ago in Miami, was a German Jew ... He emigrated to England and founded one of the key industries of Great Britain through formation of Imperial Chemicals Lord Melchett's father died during the depression period The shares of Imepnal Chemicals had gone down ninety per cent Young Melchett was unable to pay the heavy inheritance I He was in danger of being wiped out ... He suddenly recalled the holdings his father acquired in Palestine And Palestine saved him from bankruptcy Melchett's ur.cle, Sir Robert Mond, was a great scientist and archaeologist The basement of his house at 9 Cavendish Square in London harboured a rare and precious collection ... He was not interested in Palestine and did not belong to the Jewish faith But he was one of Britain's most implacable foes of Hitler ... He assumed the presidency of the antiNazi boycott committee in England ... He married his nonJewish housekeeper who was opposed to his pro-Jewish activities The Monds were men of great ability, influence and character who rallied to the Jewish community at the time of stress ZOA Note There is a wise maxim: 'Tf you want to be right, don't write" Henry Montor has tendered a written apology and retraction of the letter he wrote to Dr. Israel Goldstein making grave charge against the ZOA ... His friends hope that Montor's retraction will facilitate his return to the UJA as an aid and advisor to Morgenthau According to indications the ZOA will remain adament Trial and Error Dr. Stephen S. Wise and other leaders of the American Jewish Congress are being sued by Marcus Wulkan whose brother, Stanley, was the key figure in the sensational inquiry into corrupn of government officials in England Wulkan claim has not been adequately compensated for -services he rendered lief section of the Congress The Stanley affair caused great embarrassment to England's Jewry ... But Stanley is cashing in on the notoriety the case brought him—by writing his autobiogiaphy for a London newspaper Sour Note* Gieseking and his friends are burning with indignation over the reception the German pianist who entertained Hitler received on his arrival to our shores Presumably the gentleman who lent his pnstige to sprea ling a program Of hate and disaster exp cted to be received with fantare and acclamation That the German denazificati n courts are a mockery has nevei ei i doubted by any on, seriously concerned with the democrati • D problem ... Germany is still Hitlerland even though H tier may be dead When a German denazification court can hold that Franz von Papen, once Chancellor Of the German Republic and later Vice Chancellor in Hitler's government, is a minor Nazi it is high time to look into the cornportion of those courts How a man who was responsible for draggmg Austria into the Nazi orbit can be considered a second f aS V". C ?u dcr requ "" t,s masoning of a kind that is beyond the graSD What is the answi I MISCHA ELMAN MONDAY, FEBRUARY 7th, AT 8:30 P M. Miami Beach High Sch o1 Auditorium Drexel Avenue Admission $2 5Q ^ ^ MBK^"MrrK9*'