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

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

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

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feoLUME 22-NUMBER 6
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMlTFLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11. 1949
PRICE TEN CENTS'
Seth David Will
)edicate Site
|For Synagogue
A dedicatory service will be
Icondmt.d Sunday at 11 a.m. to
lhallow the grounds of the new
Isite of Congregation Beth David
lat S W 3rd Ave. and 26th Road.
a special donors' and workers'
Ibreakfast will be served in the
Ipresent Talmud Torah at 9 a.m.
and will be followed by a motor-
Icade and procession to the new
Isite. Four hundred children from
I the Sunday School classes will
march in the procession.
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi
emeritus of Temple Israel and
president of the Greater Miami
Rabbinical Association, will de-
liver the invocation. Louis Hei-
man, chairman of the program
committee, will make a short ad-
dress. The planting of the first
trees on the site under the direc-
tion of executive director, Jerome
B. Gordon, will commemorate
both the hallowing of the ground
and the holiday Tv B'shvat. Rabbi
I Max Shapiro, assisted by Cantor
Maurice Mamches, will conduct
| the hallowing services.
Plans for the ground-breaking
ceremonies and the commence-
ment of building operations are
now being formulated and will be
announced in the very near
future The new building will
comprise three units and will be
air conditioned throughout. There
will be seating for 2500 persons,
facilities for classrooms, recrea-
tion rooms, kitchen, dining rooms,
auditorium, and playground space.
The steering committee of the
Beth David Building Corporation
includes: Moe Feingold, Bernard
A. Sterling, Harry Markowitz,
Frank A. Rose, Jacob Sher, Her-
bert E. Scher, Stanley C. Myers,
Alex Cohen, Louis Heiman, S. J.
Spector and Harry Gordon.
Hopes For Armistice In Palestine
Grow Dim At Rodes Conference
RHODES, (JTA)Prospects of an Israeli-Egyptian armistice
receded this week as it became apparent that the Rhodes conference
was floundering in technical difficulties, it was indicated here.
Dr. Ralph J. Bunche, acting Palestine mediator, saw the Egyp-
tian delegation in an effort to overcome differences which were
barring the way to a meeting later between the two military staffs.
Hopes for the success of the conference, which for almost three
weeks has been swaying between success and failure, had risen as
military discussions got under way. But thev fell again when the
military chiefs rose after a four-hour session this week without fixing
the time for the next meeting. A high conference source said that
some progress had been made recently on drafting the armistice lines
but had been halted by the adamant stand of both sides on certain
positions.
Elias Sassoon, the Israeli delegation's expert on Arab affairs,
returned here this week after a fortnight's visit to Israel. Usually
well-informed sources said his return indicated that he might be
expecting other Arab arrivals and wanted to be on hand to advise
the delegation. .
Dr. Bunche's legal adviser, Dr. Constantine Staxropouhs, who
began a tour of the Arab capitals this week arrived in Demascus
where he conferred with Syrian Premier Khaled el Azem. He is also
expected to make contact with the U.N. Conciliation Commission in
Jerusalem._________________________________________
Tallahassee Enacts Anti-Mask Ordinance
Following the Ku Klux Klan motorcade parade staged in
Tallahassee on the night of January 27, the Tallahassee City
Commission, Wednesday, unanimously adopted on first reading
a city ordinance prohibiting the wearing of masks in the city
streets and public buildings, and holding of meetings of hooded
persons whose identity cannot be
ascertained.
Effect of this ordinance, the
first such to be adopted by a
Florida city, is to unmask organ-
izations such as the Ku Klux
Klan, and to deter acts of in-
timidation.
Appearing before the City Com-
mission of Tallahassee were re-
presentatives of various Talla-
hassee community groups, includ-
ing the Junior Chamber of Com-
merce, the American Legion, and
the B'nai B'rith. In pointing up
the significance of the bill, Fred
Yates of the Tallahassee Ameri-
can Legion Post stated that it was
"up to the capital city of Florida
to set an example for the rest of
the state by passing this ordin-
ance."
The bill will have its second
reading at the next meeting of
the Tallahassee City Commission,
which take place on March 10,
after which, thirty days hence,
the bill will become law.
At the time of the hearing on
the bill, several letters and reso-
lutions were read to the Talla-
hassee City Commission all of
which were in commendation of
the stand taken by Governor
Fuller Warren in his condemna-
tion of the Ku Klux Klan.
Support of the Tallahassee anti-
mask measure was given by the
Florida Regional Office, Anti-De-
famation League of B'nai B'rith,
Serious Split Among
Revisionists In Israel
TEL AVIV, (JTA)Meir Gross-
man, chairman of the world ex-
ecutive of the Revisionist Party,
is now forming a caretaker execu-
tive for the Israeli Revisionist
Party following the resignation
during the week-end of its chair-
man, Dr. Arieh Altman, and six
other members of the executive.
The resignations climaxed a dis-
cussion within the executive on
the results of the Israeli elections
and the future policy of the
party.
Grossman's new body, which he
is forming under powers given
him by the last international Re-
visionist conference in Paris, will
be established on the following
temporary program: The con-
tinued independent existence of
the Revisionist Party here and
abroad; and, that until the next
World Revisionist Conference in
June, there shall be no negotia-
party.
tions with the Heruth or any other
Meanwhile, Grossman has
cabled the various Revisionist
headquarters throughout the
world and asked for their con-
fidence and assistance in keeping
"intact the inheritance" of Vlad-
imir Jabotinsky, founder of the
party.
Israel Make First
Business Deal
With Russia
TEL AVIV, (JTA)The Soviet
Union this week placed its first
commercial order with Israel, pur-
chasing a shipment of orange oil
which will be delivered to the
port of Odessa and payment for
which is to be made through the
Anglo-Palestine Bank. Several
shipments of goods from Russia
have already arrived in Israel.
Jewish DP Camps In
Europe To Close By
1950, Haber Says
WASHINGTON, (JTA)Most
of the Jewish displaced persons
ramps in Europe will be closed
by June 30, 1940, barring "unfore-
seen events" in Israel or else-
where, Dr. William Haber, retir-
ing adviser on Jewish affairs to
the United States Army in Ger-
many, said in a report to Army
Secretary Kenneth C. Roy all re-
leased this week. Dr. Haber made
the prediction in a final report
on his work in Europe from Jan-
uary, 1948 to January, 1949.
Jewish displaced persons have
been leaving the U.S. zones of
Germany and Austria at the rate
of 4,000 to 5,000 a month, Dr.
Haber said. With the expected
progress in the American dis-
placed persons program, especial-
ly if liberalizing amendments to
the law are adopted, he said, a
| substantial number of Jewish DP's
will be eligible for admission to
the United States. In addition, he
said, the Israeli government has
tentative plans to remove all
Jewish displaced persons in Ger-
many and Austria who wish to go
to Israel by September of this,
year.
Resettlement is the only real
solution to the problem of Jewish
displaced persons, Dr. Haber said,
I reporting that "the past year re-
presents a period that has shown
i the greatest advance in the solu-
! tion of the Jewish displaced per-
' sons problem since the end of the
war." During that time, he said,
I approximately 37,600 Jewish DP's
were resettled from the American
zone in Germany and about 9,000
from the U.S. zone in Austria. At
the end of last year, he said, ap-
proximately 75,000 Jewish dis-
placed persons remained in the
U.S. zone of Germany
Noted Speakers Slated For Federation Pre Campaign Activities
uv&vw wpww w ___^ ,r____. T c Major Aubrey Eban To Address Luncheon
.. ______. ;_ uoKoif of the 1949 Combined
Major Aubrey Aban, representa-
tive of the State of Israel at the
United Nations, will speak at a
campaign luncheon meeting of the
Women's Gift Unit of the 1949
ComLined Jewish Appeal on Mon-
day at 12 noon at the Delmonico
Hotel Mrs. Louis Glasser will
preside.
The youngest representative of
any nation at the UN, Major
Eban, at the age of 33, has a long
record of active service to the
cause of Palestinian Jewry. For
several years he has been associ-
ated with the Jewish Agency for
Palestine, specializing in the study
of Arab-Jewish relations.
Since the Palestine problem
came before the United Nations,
Major Eban has been one of the
Jewjsh representatives at the in-
ternational forum, serving as of-
ficial liaison officer with the UN
Special Committee on Palestine in
the Jewish homeland, in Geneva,
and at Lake Success. He has as-
sisted Dr. Abba Hillel Silver and
Moshe Shertok in the presenta-
tion of the Jewish case before the
Gei.eral Assembly and the Securi-
ty Council.
In the short period since his ap-
pointmnt as Israel's representative
to the United Nations, Major
Eban has revealed a high order
of ability in furthering the in-
terests of the world's newest
democracy. However, in spite of
the heavy pressure of his work at
the UN, he finds time to acquaint
American audiences with the
problems and needs of Palestine's
Jews, and to urge full support for
the campaign of the United Jew-
ish Appeal.
in behalf of the 1949 Combined
Jewish Appeal, of which the wom-
en have accepted a quota of ten
per cent of the total goal, or ap-
proximately $188,000, according
to Mrs. Milton Sirkin, chairman of
the Women's Gift Unit.
The first event was a $365 mini-
mum luncheon held Monday at
the Monte Carlo Hotel. Pledges
of over $34,000 were made by the
fifty women who attended the af-
fair, which was under the chair-
manship of Mrs. Abraham Good-
man. Hugh McDonald was
speaker.
The unit is also planning a
brunch for Beach residents on
Wednesday, February 23 under
the chairman of Mrs. Carl Wein-
kle. Rabbi Max Shapiro, who has
just returned from a mission to
Israel, will be the principal
speaker.
A brunch for town residents
will be held on Thursday, Feb-
ruary 24, under the chairmanship
of Mrs. Sylvia Chertkof. Rabbi
Leon Kronish, who was on the
Rabbi Kronish To
Speak Sunday
Rabbi Leon Kronish, who was a
member of the Miami delegation
to Israel, will speak at a meeting
of the children and infants wear
division of the Trade Unit Sunday
(morning at 10 o'clock at the Royal
Palm Hotel.
On Tuesday Madame Paulette
Oppert, will speak at a luncheon
meeting of the insurance division
of the trade unit.
Sunday night Hugh McDonald,
Californian who fought with the
Haganah, and Norman Schiff,
spoke to a rally of more than
1000 young adults at the Beach
Y. The meeting was under the
supervision of Irving Cypen,
chairman of the Young
Unit.
$275,350 Pledged
At Appeal Dinner
Adult
Speakers9 Bureau
To Meet Tuesday
Louis Heiman, chairman of the
speakers' bureau of the 1949 Com-
..bined Jewish appeal, has called
WSffBS?=aiH"35*S=r
of the 1949 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal, will be principal speakers.
Major Eban will also address
the second Initial Gift Unit
breakfast to be held Sunday
morning at the White House Ho-
tel The major will present off-
tl.e-record information about Is-
rael. Admission is by invitation
only. For invitation call 58-43W.
The UN representative will
speak at a Special Gift Unit din-
Members of the bureau are:
Jack A. Abbott, Mrs. Morris Al-
pert, S. Ashkenazy, Irving Cypen,
Mrs Louis Glasser, Mrs. George
Goldberg, Mrs. Abe Goldman, Sid-
ney Greenberg, Dr. Jacob Kap-
lan, Mrs. Leon Kaplan, Mrs. Isaac
Levin, Mrs. Alexander Libow,
Joseph M. Lipton, Rabbi M. Mes-
cheloff, Mrs. Lena Mintzes, Rabbi
David Raab, Rabbi Max Shapiro,
Harold Shapiro, William D. Sing-
er, Mrs. Milton Sirkin, Leonard
r ,MHnoS Thehtaairhies Ser |%b S.3T V^ Zamft Rabbi
Carlo Hotel. e -"V Good- Colman A. Zwitman, Jacob Sher
The luncheon wUl be the second the direction of Abraham Good jCotoanA gw Kiq^
vent of the Women's Gilt Unit man.
Forty prominent leaders of the
Jewish community and winter
residents meeting at the Sherry-
Frontenac Hotel last Thursday
contributed a total of $257,350 to
the 1949 Com-
bined Jewish Ap-
peal.
The pledges
followed an ad-
dress by Arthur
Lourie, consul
general in New
Hotel Unit Plans
Supper Party
Appointment of Samuel A. Riv-
kind of the Raleigh Hotel to the
chairmanship of the Hotel Unit
of the 1949 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal, was announced this week
by Wm. D. Singer, general cam-
paign chairman.
Rivkind has been a resident of
Miami Beach since 1943. His form-
er home was Brookline, Mass. He
is currently president of the Mi-
ami Beach Hotel Owners Associa-
tion and of the Businessmen's
Council of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation.
In announcing the appointment
York of the State of Rivkind, Singer said, "The
of Israel. The Hotel Unit this year has been
asked to accept a quota of $500,-
000 towards the total goal. This
is the largest single quota ac-
cepted by any individual unit of
the campaign."
Working with Rivkind on the
steering committee of the Hotel
Unit are: Arthur Adler, Abe Al-
lenberg, David Andron, Sid Bern-
baum, Charles Cohen, Herbert
Cohen, Mrs. Ben Danbaum, Irving
Frankel, Joe Gardner, Paul Gros-
singer, Abe Halperin, Nat Hank-
off, Fred Jonas, Sam Kaplan, Sam
Katz, Harry Koretzky, Sam Lach-
man, Dave Levinson, Murray
Maurer, Martin Moldoff, Doug
Raff, Joseph M. Rose, Jacob Seid-
enbere. Philip Seltzer, Harrv Sir-
kin, Sidney Steiner and Harvey
Weinberg.
The first event planned for the
Hotel Unit will be the supper
party at the Martinique Hotel
with Charles Cohen acting as host.
This affair will take place on
Tuesday night at 10 p.m. The
principal speaker will be Madame
Paulette Oppert, the distinguished
French Jewess.
gifts marked the
first step in the
Sam Blank drive being con-
ducted by t n e
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
to raise a total goal this year of
$1,881,737, the largest in the his-
tory of the local Jewish commun-
ity.
Major agency in the combined
drive is the United Jewish Ap-
peal, which has received an al-
location of $1,000,000. Fifty-five
other agencies, functioning locally
and on national and world levels,
comprise the Combined Jewish
Appeal.
Mr. Lourie praised the Jewish
community of Greater Miami for
"writing a new chapter in the
history of generous giving."
Presiding at the meeting was
Sam Blank, chairman of the Ini-
tial Gifts Unit of the Combined
Jewish Appeal. Other speakers
were Abraham Goodman, chair-
man of the Special Gift Unit.
Wm. D. Singer, general campaign
chairman, and Stanley C. Myers,
national president of CJFWF.


PAGE TWO
*Jen ist Meridian
FRIDAY. FEBRUARY

I'll Say...
By HARRY SIMONHOFK
The 4 major Jewish defense agencies agree at least
on one point: a depression, with millions out of work,
is a sure breeding ground for anti-Semitism. No one
will denv the truth of thi.< dictum. But it is only one
side of the medallion. Jew hatred has also flourished
in periods of prosperity, among more prosperous classes,
and for totally opposite reasons.
The Real Estate Boom
It is doubtful whether any place at any time
showed more hectic prosperity than the greatest o.
land booms which culminated in Miami. Fortunes (on
papen were literally made over night. Merchants
suffered arm cramp ringing their cash registers. Any
jackleg who could but lift a hammer and saw de-
manded and received abnormal wages. Apparently
everybody's concern was out to eat. drink, be merry,
and make another fortune the next day. One would
hardly seek for anti-Semitism in such a festive at-
mosphere of riotous revelry.
Yet. strange to say, a veritable pogrom psychology
prevailed in this locality. The K.K.K. marched in full
regalia. Leslie Quigg. tr.cn Chief of Police, had to
threaten with arrest and deportation such canailli
who put above the license plates on their ears. It is
always Jew'n in Miami.'" The number ol signs "gentiles
only" on apartments and hotels wen lemon. The Miami
Life, then owned ly Wen Phillips, and edit! j in his
more sober moments, was spattered with anti-Jewish
insinuations. When Julian W. Mack. Judge of the U. S.
Circuit Court, arrived, his 1'nends were unabli to get
accommodations for him at any of Carl Fisher's hotels
on Miami Beach.
The Binder Boys
It is difficult to account for this outburst of
The superficial reason was the "I This
term, so trite for the boot little mean-
ing to the newcomers who are now in tl rity. A
word of explanation might be in ore
Boom and Bust: Miami. 1925
During the Coolidge f^SiSJ^S^SSi
ose bl .n I Pl;'r '[ .Sder"
B&a?&ffl SB
SttsssSS SKVi Sssfe
SL5 ^-
ing in real estate
^ffSTS^SVSk Nation together
withWh! irhinR.hMin,l]UlyrS:i he
thermometer From the Ponce Hot. me
ters of the binder boys, rumors son., that
J new development was aboul .....-en at Semino e
Beach, on the ocean south ol Beach. Hie sale
ta would be restricted ex p( I d few,
wh0oie0Monday morning, East Flaglet Street was as
quiet as the calm in th I humcane. Bj
nightfall, howwer. I ups were animating the
Ponce de Leon Hotel The humbler ones wore the
hai 4dog look often seen at the rac. I ey had failed
to buy some of the golden sand on Seminole Bei
But the other crowd resembled those who had picked
the winning hora Next day, newspapers throughout
the U S reDorted on their front pages how a Honda
subdivision had sold out completely foi $8,000,000 n
two hours This story n adlines even in the
London Times,
A week later, a C) '" have StrtlCK
the Ponce do Leon Hotel, The binder boys were
skipping a! out on Flaule: St. like irighter.ed rabbits.
anxiously inquiring of each other how such a tki
could be possible. The more doleful, that is La"!
the more clear headed, whined: "Boys the hnn
over." The erstwhile happy ones, now in 22J
wailed: "We were taken for a ride." ""H*,
What had happened? The story came to light 1
too soon. The managers in charge of Seminole R
had instructed their salesmen to offer plots to ImS
buyers exclusively. But only alternate lots were u
to them at the minimum price of $8,000, with nn
fourth cash, and the balance on terms. The fortune.
ones, who had put their last dollar in Seminole BearK
were busy disposing of their contracts at a diS
Suddenly consternation struck the frantic operator*
Tin' Seminole Company was offering the altermi
lots to Gentiles for $6.000that is, for $2,000 less than
paid bv the Jewish buyers. The binder boys wen.
trapped. They had to wire home for funds and dear
out by train, bus, car, boat, or hitch hike.
The Result
For a short period, Flagler St. appeared almost
Judenrein. The story how the Jew boys were clipped
went the rounds from cocktail bars to church gather!
ings. Between drinks, derisive Gentile laughter greeted
the joke on the discomfited binder boys, who had
scurried awav like rats. Then the humor began to nail
Land buying suddenly ceased. Offices were crowded
with sellers offering bargains. But no buyers. Each dav
real estate prices sagged lower than the day before
I e jokesters with their funny yarn about fleecine
the binder boys now changed their tune: 'Just wait
till October. The Jewish buyers will return after
their high holiday."
But they did not return. The consDirators of the
Seminole Beach fraud, giving vent to their Jewish hate
brougl t about the crash of the Miami boom that caused
ruin and misery to thousands of Gentiles as well as
Jews.
Mizrachi Women to Meet
Miami Chapter of Mizrachi
Women will meet Thursday t
1:30 p.m. at the Beth El. Mrs,
Harry Steinbach has announced.
After a short business ses:
card games will be played.
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Mizrachi Arbor Day
Fete Set for Monday
The annual Jewish Arbor Day
by the Miami
Beach Mizrachi Womi n's Organ-
lly scheduled for
February 13, has been postponed
until Monday, Fel i uary 14 at
8 p.m., according to Mrs. Joseph
Brer, lent.
r W hictt will be I < Id
at B< Ja S3 nagogue, 301
Ave. is under the
ion "i Mrs. Herman Stein.
Cleveland, who will preside
during the program and the en-
tainment which will follow. Rabbi
Mosi hi [off, honorary pn
dent of the Men's Division of
Mizrachi, will be the principal
speaker. Rabbi Dr. Lazaar Schoen-
field, of New York, will deliver a
message from Israel. Southeastern
regional director, Mrs. Emanuel
Karger, will introduce the speak-
ers. The traditional songs sym-
bolic of Jewish Arbor Day will
be chanted by Cantor Maurice
Manic: 1 s.
Mrs. Pauline Chill and Mrs.
Harry Sir will be in charge of
the Palestinian refreshments
which will be served. Mrs Max
Hochman. president of the group,
extends an invitation to the gen-
eral public to join with Mizrachi
in marking the first Arbor Day
celebration since the formation of
the State of Israel.
Aronovifz \ allied
Show Iliairma 11
Abe Aronovitz, local attorney,
has been named chairman of the
variety show to be spon.-circd by
the Miami YMHA the early part
of April, according to Leon Kap-
lan, president of the Miami Y.
and Fied Grossberg, chairman of
the organization's social commit-
tee.
Call has gore out to all Y mem-
bers asking 1 to participate
in the show and a special audi-
tion will be held in the near
future, AH individuals who can
sign, dance, play instruments or
do anything in the theatrical field
are requested to submit their
name, address and telephone
number to the Miami Y.
Tropical Lodge Women
To Hold Valentine Event
Tropical Lodge Women's Chap-
of B'nai B'rith will give a
party Sunday afternoon for the
children of the Cerebral Palsy
ic at 304 S.W. 8th Ave. The
affair will take the form of a
Valentine's Day event and ar-
rangements are in charge of Mrs.
Sol Barnett.
Mrs. Meyers To Entertain
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers,
president of the Greater Miami
Conference of Jewish Women's
Organizations, will entertain in-
formally all presidents of organ-
izations affiliated with the con-
ference Thursday at 11 a.m. at
her home, 802 West Di Lido Dr,
Miami Beach.
Rose Chapter Sponsors
Program For Boy Scouts
Observing National Buy Seoul
''' k, R pti : B'i : B'rith
Women sponsored a I ;ood
program for the Boy Scout Cub
Pa< k of the Silver Bluff Element
ary school Wednesday at 8 p.m. at
the school cafeteria, 2600 S W
25th Ave.
According to an announcement
by Mrs. Norman Rein! ard, pn
dent of Rose Chapter, copies of
Irving Caesar's song bonk
presented to each Scout den lead-
er. Mrs. Frank Smulson, advisoi
for cub pack No. 14 den No. 4.
assisted with the arrangements.
Members of the Ro.se Chapter
hospitality committee served re-
freshments to the Cub Scoufe
their parents and friends.
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[ pRiDAY. FEBRUARY 11. 1949
* Jew's!? nuridHimn
PAGE THREE
Mrs. S. C. Myers
Makes Report On
W'Kare Agency
Public assistance grants paid
from state and federal funds to
Florida's needy aged and blind
persons and to dependent children
amounted to $3,414,830.50 in Jan-
uary, according to Mrs. Stanley
C Myers, who is chairman of
District No. 9 Welfare Board. This
is an increase of $41,418.50 over
the month of December. The
number of assistance cases in-
creased 906 from 83,557 to 84,463.
In addition to disbursing the
assistance funds to those found
eligible, the State Welfare agency
carried out a number of other
services to citizens throughout the
state. Surplus commodities were
distributed to schools and other
institutions, child welfare services
were provided children needing
special services, and wherever
possible efforts were made to as-
sist older persons to become re-
habilitated.
Mrs. Myers said that in Dade
County assistance grants totaled
$188,232 as compared with $185,-
69250 in December, and repre-
sented 4549 families. The needy
aged received $153,479 as com-
pared with $151,599.50 the pre-
ceding month; the needy blind
$5,957.50. as against $5,913; and
dependent children $28,795.50,
compared to $28,220 in December.
Ilillel Chapter
H'nai B'rith Girls
Installs Officers
Anita Cogen has been installed
as the president of the Hillel
Chapter, B'nai B'rith Girls at
ceremonies held last week at the
Garden Restaurant in Miami.
Guest of honor at the affair
was Miss Enid Minsk, national
vice president of the B'nai B'rith
girls organization, who served as
installing officer. Others who took
office were: Helen Spellmen, vice
president; Audrey Newmark,
treasurer; Cleo Brenner, recording
secretary; Flora Seltman, corre-
sponding secretary; and Renee
Pearl and Sylvia Milgrim, ser-
genats-at-arms. Maxine Gersten-
teld was elected and installed as
publicity chairman.
Mrs. Arnold Lewis, a member
of B'nai B'rith Women's Chapter,
will act as the adviser for the
group. The organization holds
weekly meetings at Hillel House,
3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd. in Coral
Gables.
Lillian Ellif Weds
Herbert I. Rosen
Lillian Ellif, daughter of Mrs.
Harry Ellif, Sefton Park, Liver-
pool, England, and the late Mr.
Ellif, became the bride of Her-
bert I. Rosen, son of Mr. and Mrs.
J. Rosen, Revere Beach, Mass.,
last Thursday evening at the
home of Rabbi Irving Lehrman.
For the ceremony the bride
chose a white satin gown cut on
Grecian lines and trimmed with
white embroidery. She carried a
bouquet of white orchids.
Mrs. Barnett Carven was the
bride's only attendant and Mr.
Carven served as best man.
Mrs. Rosen attended schools in
England and Switzerland and is
manager of Mario's Beauty Salon,
Lincoln Road. Her husband re-
cently came from Los Angeles
and is in the liquor business here.
Following the ceremony, a re-
ception was held at the Hyde
Park Hotel.
The newlyweds are honeymoon-
ing at Hotel Nacional in Havana.
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This replica of a poster oy Ezexiel Schloss, depicting the con-
tinuity of Jewish music from ancient times to the present, is being
distributedalong with other program aidsby the National
Jewish Music Council to the 321 Jewish Community Centers af-
filiatetd with the National Jewish Welfare Board (JWB). syna-
gogues, fraternal and cultural groups, to aid them in observing
Jewish Music Festival to be held in this country and abroad, from
Feb. 12th to March 15th. The National Jewish Music Council,
sponsored by the JWB, strives through the medium of the Festival
"to encourage interest and participation in Jewish musical activi-
ties on a community basis." Mrs. Frank Cohen is chairman of the
Music Council, which is composed of 54 national Jewish organ-
izations. ________________
Fraternity Women's Club Mama London To
Hollywood B'nai B'rith
To Cejwin Camps Post
"ADL Night" will be sponsored
jointly by the B'nai B'rith Lodge
and B'nai B'rith Youth Organiza-
tion of Hollywood Wednesday
evening at the Hollywood Jewish
Community Center. Gilbert J.
Balkin will be the guest speaker.
Balkin's topic will be "Bigotry
Knows No Boundaries." His talk
will be followed by the showing
of the film "Impact for Demo-
cracy," describing the organiza-
tion and program of the Anti-
Defamation League.
Program Chairmen Louis Char-
now of the lodge and Morton
Reiss of the youth group are in
charge of arrangements.
tables Women To
Sponsor Show
Talented students of the Uni-
versity of Miami will be featured
in a variety show to be sponsored
by the Coral Gables B'nai B'rith
Women Wednesday at 8:15 p.m. at
the Coral Gables Women's Club.
Program will include mono-
logues, vocal selections and in-
strumental solos.
Honored guests invited to the
affair are Mrs. Sam Silver, presi-
dent of the State Federation of
Women's Chapters, and Milton A.
Friedman, president of the Flor-
ida Federation of B'nai B'rith
lodges.
A report will be given by Mrs.
Arnold Lewis, advisor of the
BBG Hillel Group, concerning the
work of a new B'nai B'rith young
women's unit in the Coral Gables
area. .
Mrs. Nathan Bloom will preside.
To Sponsor Card Party
The Women's League of Phi
Epsilon Pi fraternity, Alpha Iota
Chapter, will hold a card party
Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock at
the Hillel House. 3306 Ponce de
Leon Blvd.
Hostesses will include: Mrs.
Louis Newman, chairman, the
Mesdames Charlotte Haas, Victor
Levine, Lewis Jacobson, Sidney
Adler, Lewis Fisher, Jerry Braz,
David Epper, Graham Freed.
The league held a reception
Monday following University of
Miami commencement exercises
in honor of the members of the
fraternity who were graduating,
their families and friends. The af-
fair took place in the home of
Mrs. Ida Optner, 2353 S.W. 24th
Terr- U A
Graduates who were honored
included Herb Fisher, Sherman
Ellis, Michael Klarfield, Murray
Goldberger and Herman Gi ayson.
Assisting Mrs. Optner were the
Mesdames Leslie Jacobson, Gra-
Iham Freed, Sidney Adler, Lou
j Philips, Dave Epper and Victor
Levine.
Miami Auxiliary To Home
For Aged Will Give Tea
Miami Ladies Auxiliary to the
Jewish Home for the Aged will
entertain members and friends at
its annual membership tea Tues-
day, February 22, at 1:30 p.m. m
the Beth El auditorium.
Mrs. Nat Katz is chairman of
the affair. On her committee are
the Mesdames Irving Hirsch, Sid-
ney Covner, Ethel Burnstein and
Rose Pertes._____
Join Summer Brides
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron London of
Brooklyn, N. Y., announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, Mar-
cia, to Sherman Freedman of Mi-
ami Beach, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Maurice J. Freedman, of Balti-
more, Md.
Miss London attended school at
Brooklyn College, Columbia Uni-
versity and the University of Wis-
consin. Mr. Freedman attended
school in Baltimore, served as a
staff officer with the U. S. Mari-
time Service for forty-six months
during the war and is now en-
gaged in the wholesale liquor
business in Florida.
The couple plans to be married
in New York in early March and
will make their home in Miami
Beach.
Hadassah Card Party
Miami Beach Group of Hadassah
will hold a card party Thursday
at 11 a.m. at the Colony Restaur-
ant, 211 22nd St., Miami Beach.
Reservations may be had by call-
ing Mrs. Fred Jonas, chairman.
Refreshments will be served.
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY
H-lJ
EDITORIAL
Fires Of Hate
The gentlemen who have been crying so
copiously over the departure from our shores of
Walter Gieseking will probably never be con-
vinced. They wil decry the Gieseking case as a
"sign of intolerance." They will preach against
adding fire to the wounds which so sorely rend
the body of mankind. They will weep that they
have been denied the privilege of hearing Giesek-
ing the artist, not the Nazi. With great piety and
religious dexterity they will balance the sin of
"vengeance" against the virtue of "forgiveness."
They will even call Giesekingas a certain New
York cleric did in his sermon"an average Ger-
man, vain enough to desire the plaudits of his
countrymen and of their government, even ii it
was Nazi."
Gieseking is the artist who was forced to return
to Germany when pressure was brought upon
the State Department by national Jewish bodies
who proved Gieseking was identified with the
Nazi regime.
We know what tolerance means because we
have been the greatest victims of intolerance. We
know the scorch of the fires of hate because six
million of our brethren have been made its vic-
tims. We know full well the meaning of forgive-
ness because our neighbors have not forgiven
us a crime alleged to have been committed al-
most two thousand years ago by a number of
Jews. We, more than those who weep over Ger-
many's fate, know the meaning of "love thy
neighbor as thyself" because over the centuries
we had nothing but hate from our neighbors who
borrowed our precept and incorporated it into
their faith. We know what is right and WTong, what
is just and unjust, what is moral and immoral
because our inheritance comes from the Prophets
and the men of God.
The glib tongues and smooth pens may turn
out high-sounding notes and fine phrases. But
they cannot drown out the facts.
If those gentlemen really want to get a picture
of the "average German" let them read the report
of Dr. William Haber, retiring Advisor on Jewish
Affairs to the U.S. command in Europe. There they
will read, whether to their dismay or gratification,
that Germany is a cesspool of anti-Semitism, that
the country of Hitler is blessed with blood libel
rumors, that poor, beaten, dismembered Germany
is reeking with "obvious public antagonism
nascent days must give way to sober
about economic, financial and industrial
lems. In politics and diplomacy one deal
men and the asset of flexibility can alwa **i
practjJ
counted upon as a rescuing factor when
ing impasse is reached. But in the field of
against the Jews" with whom they come in con-
tact, that the DP's fear anti-Jewish "acts" the
moment the occupation forces withdraw.
Forgiveness is, ineed, a sublime virtue where
the transgressor shows even the slightest evidence
of repentance. But to forgive the criminal who
stands over his dead victim, ready to pour more
bullets into the body the minute the policeman
turns his head, is either sheer stupidity or else
deliberate viciousness of a type that is not so
really hard to understand.
The Problem Ahead
With all indications pointing to an early settle-
ment of the political and military issues emerging
from the rise of Israel, the time has come to pause
and give serious thought to the construction and
reconstruction problems the new state must face
in the days ahead.
The miracle of government and diplomacy
which saved Israel from strangulation in its
state operation there is only one appra^ J
of cold calculation. '
Let there be no mistake. To hold a huge pc]. \
tion in the small territory which ia Israel^
present a challenging problem. To construct
economy providing sustenance to the people"1
the land may not be an insurmountable taik M
certainly not an easy one. But neither is it a to*
that Israel will be able to carry alone, with!
help from abroad.
Homes must be built for tens of thousands wh
axe now without real homes and for the tens i
thousands whose early entry to the country S
anticipated. Roads must be constructed. Schook
hospitals and government offices must be bui
Foreign credit must be established. An ann
navy and air force must be maintained. Much 5I
the land must still be reclaimed, fertilized qqj
made inhabitable. Industry must be developed. A
financial structure must be established.
That the spirit which is Jewish genius will pre-
vail over the hardships and travail still \m
ahead there can be no doubt But there is, how-!
ever, the immediate problemthe problem of
creating the funds which would enable Israel to
hurdle the early difficulties. The American lorn I
will help. Other loans to come from other com.
tries will help too. But the country is young and
its credit is necessarily limited. Before Israel t
comes a well-knitted state in every sense of tin
word it would be idle to expect foreign invested
to sink huge hums in the new state. True, as Israel
grows and produces its credit will become a-
hanced. But until then there is only one count
aheadfor the Jews of the world, and particularly
of America, to dedicate themselves to the financial
economic and industrial reconstruction of Israel
and to lift Israel's burden in receiving the tens d I
thousands knocking at its doors. We must gird I
ourselves to make Israel an economic and in-J
dustrial and financial reality even as we helped^
making it a political reality.
Israeli Strong Man Answers Charges
Following a statement issued Jewish youth in Israel. To that
last week by Arthur Lourie, I er.d, he has organized a corpora-
Cor.su'. Ger.eral of Israel, con- tion under the laws of New York.
cerning solicitation of fur.es by
Raphael Halpern on behalf of a
physical training center in Is-
rael. Mr. Halpem asked that he
be given the opportunity to be
heard Harry Simonhoff of The
Jewish Floridian editorial staff
interviewed the "Strong Man of
Israel. Mr Simonhoffa comments
follow.
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
After an interview with Raphael
Halpern "t.-.e strong man of Is-
rael" I felt distressed. Here I
sensed the basic weakness in Jew-
ish intransigence. Too much in-
dividualism versus the discipline
which is essential to the organized
life in any state.
Mr. Halpern. a muscular youth
of 25 years, gives the impression
of honesty. He professes a devout
orthodoxy, although he exudes
plenty of ego and personal ambi-
tion. He wants to establish a
Physical Culrur* Institute devoted
to the athletic upbuilding of the
+Jmist fkrkf&n
Published every Fnaay cine* 177
i>y Tht Jewish Floridian at 130 N S
Sixth Street. Miami tered at >f -d in matter July 4.
1W0. at the Pest Office ef Miami,
Fia.. under the Act of March i. 1s7s.
The Jewish Floridian haa abeortMd
be Jewish Unity and the Jewleh
Weekly. Member ef the Jewish Tele-
grsphic Aoeney, Seven Arts Feature
Syndlcete, Worldwide Nnri Service.
Nathonal Editorial Aeseclatlen, Amsrl-
can Association ef English. Jewish
Newseaoere. Florida Press Association
and shows a group of sponsors
and directors, some of them nota-
ble people. Under the American
system, he has the constitutional
right to form such an organiza-
tion.
It would seem that the State
Israel should ignore this display
of rugged individualism. But Con-
sul General Arthur Lourie has
issued public statements condemn-
ing Halpern's private enterprise
as not sponsored by his govern-
ment. He further alleges that "the
only physical center under Pales-
tine auspices in Israel 15 the Win-
gate Training Center.'1 He orders
the strong mar." back to the
army.
Mr. Halpern shows a Hebrew
permit issued during April, 1948.
m which he was authorized by
the Haganah leadership to leave
Palestine. He accuses the "Labor
Party" of trying to pressure him
to come into their ranks. He savs
they would give him full support
if he would cooperate with the
party in power.
The incident has several un-
forunate aspects. By American
tandards. the state should not
prevent private initiative. But it
Rabbi Mescheloff
To Address Meeting
Of Hadassah Group
Israeli Stars To
Appear In Miami
The bi-monthly meeting of the
Henrietta Szold Group of Hadas-
sah will take place at the Mc-
Alpin Hotel. 1424 Ocean Dr., Mon-
day at 8:30 p.m., Mrs. Nathan
Israel, pressidor.t, has announced.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will be
guest speaker. His topic will be
"Glory Road." a discussion of the
past, present and future of the
Negev section of Israel.
Rabbi Mescheloff is chairman
of the zoning commission of the
Jewish National Fund Council of
Greater Miami; vice chairman of
the Zionist Emergency Council of
Greater Miami; treasurer of the
Greater Miami Youth Commis-,
sion and youth activities chair-'
man of the Miami Beach Zionist
District.
M, Samuel Gewirtz, Jewish
National Fund chairman, will re-
port on the progress of her worrk 1
within the group. Mrs. John Starr
membership chairman, will report
on the number of new members
enrolled by her committee.
Israelite Center
To Receive Scroll
Shoshana Damari, Joseph Go-
land and Mosheh Wilensky enter-
tainers from Israel, who are in
the United States on a good will
concert tour, arrived in Miami this .
week. Their first concert was held 13616 S.W. 24th Terr.
at the Roney Plaza Hotel where I On the program will be RaNx
they were enthusiastically re- -
ceived by the hundreds of guests
present. During
A scroll of the Torah will be
presented to the Israelite Cente
Sunday night at 7:30 at the Miami
Y by Meyef Stein in memory i
his wife, the late Dora Stein, I
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is even more distressing why a
To Hear Rabbi Shapiro
Rabbi Max Shapiro, who
cently returned from a tour
person of Mr. Halpern's apparent j lcra,i
with his government This touches
the sensitive nerve of Jewish in-
dividualism. The lack of discip-
line has been responsible for the
long drawn out tragedy of the
Galut. It is a great pitv tha a
splendid man like Mr. Halpern
cannot subordinate his personal
ambitions for the common wel-
fare. Unwittingly, he is doing his
bit to weaken the prestige and
dignity of the newly born Israel-
State, that is still in swaddling
clothes. We would be happv to
see Mr. Halpern place his huge
strength, his religious fervor, and
his organizing talents at the dis-
posal of the government m
hood Wednesday at 130 r
tre Talmud Torah. Rabbi Shapi-
Medinas Israel.
A telegram dated Feb. 7 from
i",;mp??). Sl&* Colonel
Bernazi Military Attache to Is-
raeli delgation. Washington, stat-
ed Raphael Halpern is not au-
horized to engage ir. anv ac-
tovmes for or in behalf of anv
ment He has beer, repeatedlv
ordered to active militarv duty
but has not responded." The
Klat?8 V" addressed to Morns
Klass, Greater Miami Jewish
FederationEditor.
Max Shapiro. Rabbi Murray
Grauer and Cantor Maurice Man-
ches. who will be accompany
by Joseph Schreibman. Norman
Lyons will serve as chairman
Refreshments will be served
The public is invited.
Jack Finkelstein is in charge
of all arrangements.
MizrachTfoMart
Jewish Arbor Day
In commemoration of the Jj
Israel parliament and the am
Arbor Day to be celebrated sm
the creation of Israel, a mala
malke under the PfJ
Men's Chapter, Miami Beach ID
;, .>... -
rachi, will'be held tomorrow e
ning at 8:30 at the T.des 9*
1220 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach
i-ening
ill
the week .they
also appeared at the White House,
Marseilles, New Yorker and the
Ritz Plaza hotels.
The popular Israeli artists are
appearing tomorrow night in Ha-
vana before the mayor of the city
and the president of Cuba, and on
Sunday they will return to Miami
Beach to continue their concert
tour in the leading hotels.
Coming to this country directly
from the Palestine fighting fronts,
tr.e stars are appearing in a pro-
gram entitled: "Israel Fights,
Sings and Smiles," and their only
public appearance will be at the
Municipal Auditorium, Biscayne
at Fifth St., under the joint spon-
sorship of the Palestine Pioneers
Foundation and the National Sick
Fund of Palestine on Wednesday
at 8:45 p.m.
Shoshana Damari is known as
the Sweetheart of Palestine, and
Joseph Goland is the most popu-
lar musical comedy star, Mosheh
Wilensky iS Israel's favorite
composer whose songs are sung
by Israeli soldiers and civilians
alike. During their short visit in
the United States they have ap-
peared m the large cities with
such stars as Jan Peere and in
each city they were called back
lor a return visit
WorkrniriTcircle Groups
To Present Film Proaram
1 presiui'in ui *
nugr.f movies- including extend greetings.
Hoi, I 1 etr^nS" ""* '"The services the Sisterhood jjm
sSSr. n l^ SUrring Frank R*bbi Sh*Pir 8t *? Sfrah 1
Sinatra, will be shown Tuesday bat in the Talmud Torah^
1 Lyceum L 2 J* Women's Alex StiebeL present*
Lyceum, 1545 S.W- 3rd St I man of the Oneg Shabb*
A feature of the ey----
be a discussion of problems *n
beset Israel on the eve 01
opening of the fustjariuaa
Beth David ToWS**
Rabbi Shapiro at S*ryfc*
Congregation Beth Dav'
officiaUy welcome home IJJTJ
ual leader, Rabb. Max W
who recently returned from
of Israel, tonight at 8:15 at
synagogue
The rabbi will give
a series of talks on
through Israel. Murray
the fir**
his s
president of the<%
m
will hoof


Lay, FEBRUARY 11, 1949
+Jewish FkrkJton
PAGE FIVE
(tockdale, Gordon
>t For Runoff
n the first Democratic primary
- the state legislature heldi Mon-
ty Businessman Grant Stock-
1 piled up a convincing lead
L will still have to face At-
frney J Fritz Gordon in a run'
\i election February 18.
I Only H,323 personsor eight
L cent of Dade County's total
Lustration of 174,392partici-
Wd in both the Democratic and
lepublican primaries.
|M. Duncan Held won the Re-
ublican nomination by edging
ut Gerald Schwartz 298 to 284.
e]d will face the winner in the
emocratic runoff in the March 1
tneral election.
Istockdale received 4,422 votes
^,r 30 per cent of the Democratic
ote Gordon came in second with
887 votes. Third man in the race
(as Hayes Wood, who tallied 1,-
71 votes. Wood was followed by
kidney Segall with 1,461. Jack
lehoe was fifth with a total of
[,044 votes.
Other Democratic candidates, in
der, were Norman Lyons, 830;
,. Llovd Knight, 637; James E.
[bras, 434; Walter A. Coleman,
H; Noah C Tyler, 317; Jack M.
urncr. 223; Frances Warriner,
[83; Carroll S. Shaw, 153; Fred
Hunt, 75.
Miami Hebrew School Congregation To
Sponsor Package Party, Purim Ball
The Sisterhood of the Miami man and Louis Sorosky are in
Hebrew School and Congregation
is planning a package party to
be held Sunday evening, Feb-
ruary 20, at 8 p.m. in the dining
room of the building at 1101 S.W.
12th Ave.
Mrs. Harry Steinbach is chair-
man for the evening. Auctioneers
will be Max Jacobskind, H. M.
Drewich, Edward L. Becker and
Sam Kostoff. The Mesdames Ben-
jamin Sokoloff, Herman Needel-
charge of refreshments. Admis-
mission is a package which will
be auctioned off during the eve-
ning. A short musical program
is being arranged.
Proceeds from this affair will
go towards the building fund.
Plans are now under way for
the fourth annual Purim ball of
the Miami Hebrew School and
Congregation which will be held
Sunday evening, March 13, at the
Old Frolics Club, 1306 N.E. Bay
Shore PL
William Weintraub is the chair-
man of the affair. Assisting Wein-
traub ate Mrs. Wm. Weintraub
and Mrs. Joseph Schwadron, tick-
ets; Mrs. Edward L. Becker, jour-
nal; Mrs. Herbert Feldan and Mrs.
Max Jacobskind, entertainment;
Herbert Feldan, music; Mrs.
Harry Steinbach, flowers; Mrs.
Ben Sokoloff and Mrs. Herman
Needelman, refreshments; Her-
shey Glantz, prizes. Manny Gates
and his orchestra will furnish
music for dancing.
Proceeds from this affair will
also go towards completing the
school and building.
Fraternal Order Dance
The Jewish Peoples Fraternal
)rder, Branch 357 will sponsor a
jiusicale and dance Sunday eve-
ning at the Odd Fellows Hall, 215
I.W. 4th St.
Participants in the program
frill be Donald Kaplan, tenor;
Rita Buckstel, lyric soprano; Alex
)rucker, flutist.
Dancing will follow the pro-
cram. Refreshments will be
Served.
[ Women's Board Meets
A board meeting of the Miami
Bead. Chapter, B'nai B'rith Worn-
len took place yesterday afternoon
at the home of Mrs. Morris J.
IColdin, 4233 Royal Palm Ave.,
Miami Beach.
Yitzchufcel Adler
Child Cantor To
Conduct Services
Child cantor, Yitzchukel Adler,
student of a New York Yeshiva,
will chant the religious services
tonight and tomorrow morning at
Congregation Beth Jacob.
The twelve year old liturgical
singer who is making a tour of
the major cities throughout the
country has been acclaimed by
critics and public for the excellent
range and vibrant quality of his
voice.
Accompanied by Nathan Abram-
owitz and a choir, Cantor Yitz-
chukel will present a concert Sun-
day evening at 8:30 at the syna-
gogue.
Tickets may be obtained at the
synagogue office.
Soprano To Appear
Shura Langer, soprano, will ap-
pear in a program of Yiddish, He-
brew, Russian and English songs
tomorrow night at 8 o'clock at the
Hotel Edwards, Miami Beach.
Also slated to appear on the
program are Paul Beck, who will
sing operatic arias and Hebrew
and English songs, and Chico and
Marte, specialty dancers. Miss
Anyuta Melicov will accompany
the artists at the piano.
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RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
Congregation Beth Jacob (Or- Miami Beach Jewish Ccnsmun-
thodox). 301-311 Washington Ave.. iiy Center (Conservative l_Ji
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes- Washington At*. Miami Beac...
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N.E. 19th St. Rabbi Colrnan A.
Zwitman: Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan.
Rabbi Emeritus.
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Campus. University of Miami.
Congregation Beth El Ortho-
dox). 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi
Murray Grauer, Cantor Miiton
Friedman.
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4144 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach.
Jewish Community Center j Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor
(Conservative). 2020 Polk St.. Samuel Keiemer.
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Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovsky.
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Friday evening services at 1:11
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le Israel i'..t;i Hyman liuksti
will be ili 1st accompanied at the
organ by Betty Haiam. A r< epUoi
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at 10 a m.
Rabbi April To Address
Hadassah Group Meeting
R. I Api II, S] .:
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issah to b< hel I Monday at
8:30 p.m. at the Mian i V.
Maralene Lurie will be in charge
: ngemi nts.
News Brief
Dr. Jack M, W
. Gal elected presi-
dent ol th( Southeast Florida
Optometric Association at a recei t
.ing uf the organization.
Others el< i ted to office include
Dr. A C. Wilheln vice president;
Dr. Emanuel Pushkin, secretary;
and Dr. Don E. Conant, tl
ed to the board were Dr.
Robert Bradford, Dr. s G S
neid. r, l):. Leonai 1 Gli kst< in
and Dr. Mason P
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If James G. MacDonald, now
U.S. special representative to Is-
rael, formally becomes U.S. Am-
bassador to the Jewish State fol-
lowing President Truman's de jure
recognition, he won't have to
change the license plates on his
car The Hebrew word for
"Ambassador" is identical with
the word "Representative" and so
the plates now on Mr. MacDon-
ald's car won't have to be altered
. Former JTA correspondent
Kleinlehrer is now employed in
the Vatican The former Polish
Jew who married an Italian girl
is giving a course in the technique
of journalism The current
crisis in the American Zionist
movement has reached its peak
. Though the situation is still
alarming this writer hears the
moderates will prevail when the
Agency executive members meet
. Zionist leadership is deter-
mined against having Montor re-
stored to his former position .
They will not compromise on that
issue Bevin once blamed New
York "Jews" as the chief impedi-
ment to the imposition of his own
Palestine solution Well, if he
cares he might also blame them
for Britain's recognition of Israel
. An Irish friend of mine who
went to Palestine "to fight against
the British" now writes he was all
wrong about the "against" mo-
tive ... "I went to fight for the
lovely Jewish girls, for the Jewish
refugees who cling to the land's
soil with a fervor and love that is
beyond description, for the vin-
dication of an ideal that at one
time seemed so remote to me and
whicn%now is part and parcel of
my very soul" Beigel, as we
called the Irishman, may have
assumed a good Hebrew name but
he still signed himself "beigel"
out of recognition for his first
Jewish love.
Rabbi Kronish To Speak
At Spinoza Meeting
The Spinoza Forum will meet
tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock
at the home of Dr. Abraham Wolf-
son, 124 11th St., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Leon Kronish, guest-speak-
er, will address the group on "My
Trip to Israel." On Tuesday eve-
ning following the radio presenta-
tion of Town Hall the Spinoza
Forum will conduct a round-table
discussion. The following night at
8 p.m. Charles Lee will continue
with his talks on "The Heavens
and the Earth." The public is in-
vited to attend.
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Young Soprano
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Ilillel Weekend
Sara Fogel, youthful lyric so-
prano who received who received
national acclaim following her ap-
pearance as winner of NBC's "The
Big Break" contest last Septem-
ber, will present an outdoor re-
cital in Gainesville tomorrow
afternoon. She will sing a varied
selection of English, Yiddish, and
Hebrew songs before a student
and faculty audience who will
participate in the B'nai B'rith
Hillel Foundation weekend of
social and cultural activities. The
recital will follow a picnic, which
will be held at College Park.
The University of Florida Hillel
Foundation, which is sponsoring
the weekend, will be hosts to stu-
dents from Florida Southern,
Florida State University, Case-
ments, and Miami University.
On Sunday evening Miss Fogel
will appear before a B'nai B'rith
audience in the Jacksonville Jew-
ish Center, before leaving for Mi-
ami. Phillip N. 'Coleman will
sponsor this recital.
Warburg Stresses Need
For Unity In Jewish Life
At JDC Regional Meet
The need for unity in American
Jewish life to assure success of
the 1949 campaign of the United
Jewish Appeal was underscored
by Edward M. M. Warburg, chair-
man of the Joint Distribution
Committee, Sunday ai the com-
mittee's third annual southeastern
regional conference in Jackson-
ville.
"The tensions and differences
of opinion which exist in the
American Jewish community to-
day should not be permitted to
interfere with the opportunity to
finish the jobs we have under-
taken in Europe and Israel," the
JDC chairman said. "We cannot
let this opportunity slip through
our fingers."
Joseph H. Epstein of New Or-
leans was elected chairman of the
JDC southeastern region at the
morning session of the confer-
ence. Epstein succeeds William P.
Engel of Birmingham, Ala. Philip
N. Coleman of Jacksonville pre-
sided at ,the meeting.
Sorority To Install
Officers At Luncheon
Dorothy Boss will be installed
as chancellor of Iota Alpha Chi
sorority Sunday at 12:30 p.m. at
a luncheon at the Cadillac Hotel.
Other officers who will be in-
stalled at the ceremonies include:
Anita Seidel, vice chancellor;
Myrna Schlossberg, recording sec-
retary; Rita Morris, correspond-
ing secretary; Esta Sonkin, treas-
urer.
Honor guests at the affair will
be the recent graduates, Corky
Zuckerman and Mrs. Eli Koenigs-
berg, and the new brides.
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11,
1949
Sylvia Roberts To
Wed Nathan Semcl
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Sylvia Roberts
The betrothal of Sylvia Re!
to Nathan Semel has been an-
nounced by her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Philip Roberts, 431 S. W.
15th Ave.
Miss Roberts is living in New
York, where she is a dress de-
signer and a student at the Fas-
hion Institute. Her fiance is owner
of the Oxford Art Galleries, New
Rochelle, N. Y. He served over-
seas as a staff sergeant. He is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Semel
of New York.
The couple is planning an early
summer wedding.
Personally Speakinq .
Mi and Mrs. Harold Turk and daughter Comelia^turn^
this week from New York, where they attended the wedding of
Mrs. Turk's sister.
Mrs. Juliette R. Horowitt Brooklyn, N. Y and her younger
son, Joseph Michael, are spending a few weeks wifc he,r mother.
Mrs. Frieda Rappaport, and brother, Jack, 2136 N.W. 8th Ave.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Gu.stein, 3010 S-W^l9th Terr received
word this week that their niece, Menucha Eden, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Shumel Eden, managing director of Deskin Orphanage
in Jerusalem, was married to the Police Commissioner of Jeru-
salem on February 3.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kogos, 814 Michigan Ave.. are en-
tertaining their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Zibbell. and son David, who will vacation here for a month.
The Zibbells reside in Boston.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert J. Balkin and daughter, Joty, have
moved into their new home at 624 86th St., Miami Beach.
Benu'ce Sidle
Engagement Announced
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel S. Sidle.
1226 S.W. 18th St., announce the
engagement ol I leir daughter.
Bernice, to Sumner M. Slater, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Slater.
4643 Prairie Ave.. Miami Beach.
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Mrs. Oscar Ziff, 609 N.W. 44th St.. has as her houseguests
her daughter, Mrs. M. Simon and daughter, Dianne Sharon,
Youngstown, Ohio; her sisters and brothers-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. A. J. Siegel, Pittsburgh, Pa., and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Licht-
man, Akron, Ohio.
* *
Spending a month at the Sovereign are Mr. and Mrs. Her-
man Wexler, of the Philadelphia knitting mills. While here they
are being entertained by their friends, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Catel-
man and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Steuer, Miami Beach residents.
+ + *
On an extended stay at the Delano are Mr. and Mrs. David
Stern of New York. Longtime friends of theirs in the area with
whom they are enjoying visits are Mr. and Mrs. David Bess,
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Schwartz, Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Yogoda, Mr.
and Mrs. Shepard Broad, and Mr. and Mrs. Hurry Zuckernick.
The Sterns will be joined later by their daughter, Roslyn, in
merchandising in Manhattan, and their son, Jerome Howard, a
student at Franklin School.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Kamoroff, 1612 S.W. 11th St., cele-
brated their 47th wedding anniversary January 29 at a party.
The following guests attended: Mrs. Sadie Sionsky, Mrs. Kamor-
off's sister; Amos Belanoff, Mr. and Mrs. Brynes of Monticello,
N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. Mappin, Boston, Mass.; Mr. and Mrs. Shef-
sky, Mr. and Mrs. Klein. Long Island, N. Y.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Max C. Gettinger, 1270 S.W. 22nd Terr., an-
nounce the birth of a son. Joshua Selig, born Tuesday. February
8, at St. Francis Hospital, Miami Beach. Mr. Gettinger is assistant
to the director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
* *
Dr. and Mrs. Leonard Glickstein of Coral Gables announce
the birth of a daughter, Sue Ann. on January 28 at Victoria Hos-
pital. Godparents of the baby are Mrs. Gus Zaslow of Miami
and Dr. Charles F. Samelson of Chicago. Harry Glickstein,
paternal grandfather, has resided at 317 Mendoza Ave., Coral
Gables for 20 years. Mrs. William Samelson, maternal grand-
mother, is visiting from Chicago.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cantor, 960 Collins Ave., Miami Beach,
have as their houseguest their daughter, Norma, of Brooklyn.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Kasow and children have moved
into their new home at 2100 S.W. 21st Ave.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Prosterman and son, Stephen, of Wash-
ington, D. C. are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Proster-
man, 4427 Royal Palm Ave.. Miami Beach. The younger Mr.
Prosterman is chief of Miscellaneous Products of the Office of
International Trade, Department of Commerce. He was formerly
chief sugar economist for the United Nations.
Florence Wohl Wed
To James K. Lewy
A floral arch backed with palms
and candelabra formed the setting
for the ceremony in which Flor-
ence Kathryn Wohl became the
bride of James Kay Lewy. The
couple exchanged vows in the
Ocean room of the Roney Plaza
Hotel Tuesday before Rabbi Mor-
ris M. Feurlicht, who officiated
at the marriage of the bride-
groom's parents in Indianapolis,
where he is now rabbi emeritus
of Indianapolis Hebrew Congrega-
tion.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wohl, 1238
N.E. 96th St., who were hosts at
a reception and dinner following
the ceremony. The bridegroom is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
B. Lewy, Hyde Park, Chicago.
Given in marriage by her father,
the former Miss Wohl was attired
in a gown of white Chantilly lace
with satin applique forming the
sweetheart neckline of the fitted
bodice. The bouffant skirt, worn
over hoops, ended in a full train.
Her ilusion veil was held in place
by a satin headband, trimmed on
either side with illusion rosettes
and stephanotis. She carried a
cascade bouquet of white orchids
and carnations.
Mrs. David Weiss, the former
Molly Ann Boyell, Miami, came
from Philadelphia with Mr. Weiss,
to serve as matron of honor for
her former college room mate.
Bridesmaids were Winifred Mar-
wood. Phyllis Rosenthal, Joanne
Saltzman and Barbara Boyell.
Robert L. Seidner, Chicago, was
best man and ushers were Bert
Wohl, brother of the bridge; Ar-
thur Reis, Chicago; Sheldon B.
Bellows, Montgomery, Ala.; and
Alan S. Kahn, Miami. Mr. Bellows
and Mr. Kahn are fraternity
brothers of the bridegroom.
Emily Fiebleman and Agnes
Chillag, cousin of the bride, kept
the guest book.
For her daughter's wedding
Mrs. Wohl was attired in a navy
marquisette gown with white ap-
pliqued design. Mrs. Lewy was
in pearl grey lace and crepe.
Both wore an orchid corsage.
Mrs. Lewy attended Fassifern
School in Hendersonville, N. C,
Miami Edison High and Florida
State University. She attended
the University of Michigan for
three years and was graduated
last June.
The groom is a navy veteran
and a graduate of the University
of Michigan where he studied
metallurgical and chemical en-
gineering.
Out-of-town guests included the
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Mrs. Sidney Weiss and daughter
Joan. Mrs. Florence Dicker and
Mrs. Morton J. Straus, all of Chi-
cago; Mrs. Emma Munter and
Richard Munter, grandmother and
uncle of the groom; Mrs. Sidney
Aroason and daughter Joan, Mrs.
Hattie Meire, Mrs. Morris Feur-
licht, all of Indianapolis; Mrs.
Lily Higer, Miss Lulu Levi, aunts
of the groom, Detroit; Mr. and
Mrs. Saul Weinreich, New York
and Palm Beach; Mr. and Mrs.
Reginald White, Providence, R. I.;
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jacobs,
Homewood. 111.; Mrs. Joseph An-
halt and Mis. Saul Benjamin, the
bnde's aunts, and Miss Sara Ap-
pil. New York.
Mrs. James K. Lewy
Sara Mandel Sets
Feb. 20 For Wedding
Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Mandel.
125 N.E. 86th St., announce the
engagement and approaching
marriage of their daughter, Sara,
to Jerry Esroff, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Esroff, 2347 S.E. 2nd
Ct.
The bride-elect, formerly of
Norwich, Conn., was graduated
from the Norwich Free Academy
and from Bryant College, Provi-
dence, R. I. She is a member of
the Miami Beach unit of Junior
Hadassah.
Her fiance, who served in the
Air Force for three years, is a
former resident of New London,
Conn. He attended the University
of Connecticut and is now a law
student at the University of Mi-
ami. He is a member of Tropical
Lodge B'nai B'rith.
The wedding will take place
February 20.
Group WU1 Be Called
Weizmann Young Judaea
The newly formed junior boys'
Young Judaea group decided to
use the name of Weizmann Young
Judaea at a meeting at the Mi-
ami Y Tuesday night.
Carl Sandier was appointed as
temporary program chairman and
Robert Cicero was named mem-
bership chairman.
Boys between 10 and 15 inter-
ested in joining the group are re-
quested to call 3-5854.
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Igaged Couple
ted By A. M. Dorffs
Lwiy.eofied Natalie Good-
...-: James David Liebmen
.', -; -oner last Sunday
t affair held in the home of
n'j uncle and aunt,
Mrs A M Dorff, 972
3rd Si The gathering which
-"attend. I by relatives and
|. ie couple marked the
V.al he ^po^to-be
.:> of Miami Law
I s well as' the recent be-
thai
hose present included Dr. and
L "v ':.- GoodmtMk, parents of
Mr ar.d Mrs. Abra-
:-.. H. Goodman. Mr.
Mrs ,.: n Liebman, James'
Lts. Mr. and Mrs. David Sil-
,:,i Mrs J. P. Tarr.
L Pauline Rubir.. all of Great-
Mr, and Mrs. Max
lerman, :' Philadelphia; Mr.
Mrs Zelig Silverman, of
[:-.'' -. N. J.; Mr. and Mrs.
b K K rtman, Mr. and Mrs.
rrr.an J Dorff, of Passaic; Mr.
Rabinowitz, Mr.
than Kaufman, Mrs.
fc rr.an. of Pittsburgh; Mr.
i Mrs Jack L.-rbman, E. Ruth-
c:i n J and Mrs. Nat Har.t-
L inside, Long Island,
Jmitf FhrH&r
PAC3 NINE
Doris Bro
>>w Il>bb*
Is
>aob .Masada To
lonsor Danee
fom vi been completed for
sponsored by the
Masada tomorrow
I it the new Delano
Eel. C ins Ave. at 17th St.
Ra;; t. president an-
.'.: [guil and his orchestra
Ie music for dancing
how will feature the
styli! of Steve and Ros-
P: : rr. the affair are ear-
Irk ( r the expansion of
. rational program and
t of the organization's
s pledges, according
Schafer. fund-raising
Mr? Samuel August and Utt
Harry Laufer rave been nled
co-chairrr.en cf thil event
Irs. Ill Fetes
loard Members
in Leon J. Ell entertained
officers and board of directors
- erhood of Temple Beth
Friday at a luncheon in
ir home, 936 West 42nd St, Mi-
i Beach. Rabbi Kronish, spirit-
.' the Temple, extend-
. jri ".r.gs.
[Final plans for the Sisterhood's
mual luncheon at the Saxony
1e : i Wednesday were dis-
Mrs. Alexander Kogan
id Mrs William Farr, chairmen
the luncheon, announced that
jar. Raboid, psychic, will en-
irtain. Deadline for purchasing
pkets is today. Mrs. Alexander
jobbins is reservations chairman.
Planning the Youth Aliyah 15th anniTersary program to be
held by the Deborah and Business and Professional Groups Monday
evening at the Beach Y are: (sealed L to r-.1 Mrs, Leo Leria. presi-
dent oi Deborah Group; Lillian Goodman, president of Business
and Professional Group; (standing1. Mrs. Leo Pollack, correspond-
ing secretary; Mrs, Louis Gidney and Mrs. Maurice Yalrnan,
Youth Aliyah chairman.
Hadassah Groaps Beth David Purim Ball
To Meet Mondav ; d v* stte>t*od hm
Tomorrow Is a Wonderful announced that plan have been
Dav," a full length Youth Aliver. tomatoted for the annual Purs:
movie taken in a children's vil- BaU to ': heIi Marca : :" "e
lage in Israel, will be presented j Bayfront Park BeCTeatiooal HalL
...vt-xuv io.d B*scayr.e Biva. and N E. 5tn St.
by the Deborah and B. it P.
Groups of Hadassah at 8:30 Mon-
day evening at the Beach Y.
Taking part in the evening's
program will be Mrs. Leo Levin.
president of Deborah: Miss Lil-
lian Goodrran. B. & P. president:
Mrs. Maurice Yalmar. and Mrs
Lewis Gidney. chairmen of Youth
Alyah; Mrs. Julius Mufson, pro-
gram chairman. Mrs. Lester Sale
and Mrs. Herbert Gutman will be
in charge of refreshments. Final
arrangements are being made by
Mrs. Irving Cypen. chairman of
telephone committee. Hostesses
for the evening include Miss
Marilyn Horowitz, and the Mes-
dames Jerome Granger. Arthur
Horowitz, William Levy, Martin
Lunday. Jay Jacobi and Leo Pol-
lack.
3-:r.s B.-;wt: .-as >~r. elected
geiiiiiiinl of Decbs Chapter B ai
3 r.v Y:urg T:rer. t; s_::e-e-d
: F. -a.- c R leeob*-:
trr :'. :-e 3'na: Br.th Coun-
ts announced Other officers
elected ..: serve vttfa M.ss
r= are Marcia Cirr_-.er first
r -:dent: Thelma Rappaport.
:; r.i v. re zra.i-:-:. Lillian
Z: 1 istein. re;: rd_-.g secretary;
II f Iffy Thelrr.a BdnMrtt, ser-
Srar.t-a:-arrr.s: Trui: Lach. parLa-
Beatkrlaa Derma Feldir.an. chan-
cellor. R -al;r. M:rris. treasurer:
a_-.i Ar'ur.e Crhen. Dolly Fisfa'rem.
Scythe Fekknaa, Don Klein, p-
Carol M-lr-erj: Jo Ana S.ier.
: rr.err.rers. fc,
Tr.e group'l adviser -s Mrs. fc-
Marx Paber.
De'rbs Charter is :uer.tly %**-
plineilH 6nd-raisir.g prrtranis
Ir- -
Hie Mar:r. ol Dunes
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CLAIRE WARSHAW
ANYUTA MELICOV at the piano
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1949 8:30 P. M-
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listadruth To Celebrate
[T H iruth LTarbut Ivrith,
V Hi rew organization of Great-
p Miami, will celebrate Tv Bis-
P the opening of the 1s-
laeli parliament Monday at 3 p.m.
' the : rr.e of Mr. and Mrs. P.
fuchk-.ff. 1130 S.W. 9th St
Molly Pleon Tops
Plaza Program
Jennie Goldstein, -first lady of
the Yiddish stage" held the audi-
ences at the Plaza Theatre last
week in the palm of her hands
during forty-five' minutes of de-
lightful dramatic and comedy se-
lections. Particularly well re-
ceived was her version of 'The
Fight for Israel"
Wednesday's change of bill at
the Plaza brought the musical
comedy star, MoUy Picon in a
personal appearance. The capacity
crowds who are filling the Beach
theatre to see Miss Picon are also
enjoying the current Yiddish
movie "Green Fields," starring
Helen Beverly and Jacob Cashier,
which may be seen through the
entire week-end.
Miss Picon's rendition ol we
Are Still Here," received a
tremendous ovation.
The 1949 Combined
Jewish Appeal
IS PROUD TO PRESENT
THE GREATER MIAMI COMMITTEE
OF THE YIDDISH SCIENTIFIC INSTITUTEYIVO
Presents the well known lIWM and authority on Jwiah n.atory
DR. JACOB SHATZKY
PUBLIC RECEPTION FRIDAY. FEB. 25, 8:30 PM.
Tre Goal and Achl.v.m.nti of th. Yivo-Dr J. ShaUky
Yiddiih Fotk 8ono Brocha Skuln.ek. Soprano
REFRESHMENTS
LECTURE SUNDAY. FEB. 27, 7:30 P.M.
The La.t Thouaand Yaara In Jawiah Mlatory-Or. J. ShaUky
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25 WASHINGTON AVE.. MIAMI BEACH
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*JenistJkrSdUar,
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(The author of this article is executive member of the Rabbinical
( Council of America and Rabbi of Conq. Beth Jacob
It is not a mere coincidence that the newly elected Con-
stituent Assembly of the State of Israel will have ....opening
session on February 14., which in the Jewurn calendar is Charms
hah Asar B'Shevat. The leaders of the newest republic in the
family of nations have found in ^ on th that day a symbol of the age-old ^^ Qne plants % t,(1(, It has De.
hope of Israel that has outlived
the long dreary winter of the
Galuth. They chose that day for
the first official function of th<
government that will represent
the will of the people of Israel,
for they saw in it a symbol of the
revival of a people that has main-
tained one of its traditions in a
mere symbolic manner until it
could ultimately become real-
istically observed in its pristine
form.
Chamishah Asar B'Shevat,
come the Jewish Arbor Day and
on it the love for Aretz is nour-
ished and the work of rehabilitat-
ing the soil of the homeland is
made the sacred duty of every
Israelite. New groves of trees are
laid out and new forests are
planted. Field events, picnics and
hikes mark the return of nature's
productivity. In the fields and
groves there is singing and danc-
ing. This is the harbinger of the
'Each Jew
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which means the fifteenth day of wil, sjt undor hls flg and vine
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the Jewish month of Shevat,
marks the beginning of spring in
Eretz Israel. The first buds blos-
som forth from the barren wintry
boughs in forest and orchard.
Winter's sleep comes to ar. end.
The promise of God's blessings of
! plenty echoes soundlessly through
' the length and breadth of Israel's
t\\ inklingly green borders. The
! sacred land of "milk and honey"
is about to be blessed with a new
year.
In the lands of the Galuth win-
ter still bears sway, but in Israel
the winter's blasts are over. The
earth rejoices. The bounty of a
new year is in the making and
Israel rejoices with it, for though
bound to the earth Israel rises
above it in thanksgiving to the
Creator of heaven and earth and
all that is therein.
According lo tradition this day
is Rosh Hashanah L'ilonosthe
New Year of the Trees. One Tal-
mudic sage states that on this day
each tree is "judged" by the Crea-
tor of the Universe, who decides
which trees shall bear abundant
fruit and which shall be barren of
fruit, which shall flourish and
which shall die, for as the Bible
says "Man is as the tree of the
field." Not even a blade of gra.-s
on this earth gets its sustenance
from nature unless the Almighty
Creator and Father decrees it.
Another sage maintains that
this day marked the beginning of
the year in reference to the an-
nual tithes that the ancient Is-
raelites gave of their crops. Thus,
it was a day that reminded the
Jew of the providential care of
his Heavenly Father over him and
at the same time made him con-
scious of his duty to bring joy to
fellow man, so that the spring
of the year may bring God's bless-
ings to all.
In olden times a cedar would
be planted on this day for each
n ale child. For each girl a seeded
Cyprus would be patted into the
earth. These trees would grow as
did the children, and when the
two youngsters were about to be
married the boughs of the trees
planted for ti:eir sake would be
cut down and fashioned into the
posts for the wedding canopy
(chuppah).
Throughout the years of exile
we Jews observed this day as a
minor festival. There was no
liturgy in the daily synagogue
services. But the entire day was
permeated with the balmy, sunny
atmosphere of Eretz Israel, no
matter how thick the snow was
oa the outside and how bitterly
1 e cold wind howled in the
countries of exile.
The fruits of Israel were con-
sumed by old and young alike
Almonds, dates, figs, pomegran-
ates, oranges and the fruit of the
carob tree or 'bukser" were on
every Jewish table throughout the
day. As the She-heh-cheh-yonu
blessing was recited there arose
the prayer from the depths of
their hearts that they would some
day be privileged to be in their
own homeland Eretz Israel
With the birth of the Zionist
movement Chamishah Asar B'She-
vat The early pioneers recognized the
great value inherent in this re-
ligious day of the Jewish calendar
and they decided to utilize it to
the full. It has now become a
firmly established custom for chil-
dren to leave their schoolrooms
and go out into the open fields
and none shall be afraid." On tl Is
dav it can be said that patents
and children alike cuddle up close
to the bosom of Mother Zion.
In the Galuth the d< : I 1 Jew
confined by winter to his home
reads the fifteen "Songs Of De-
grees" ,i< a reminder of the fif-
teenth of Shevat and of the glor-
ious empire of King Solomon who
ascended his throne to the tune of
these hymns of David. Sephardic
Jews read special Scriptural, Tal-
mudic and Cabalistic excerpts.
The Sabbath preceding Chamis-
hah Asar B'Shevat is called Shab-
bat Shirah because on that day
is read the portion of the Torah
dealing with the drowning of the
pursuers of IsraelPharaoh and
his hordes. That portion also tells
of God's wondrous provision of
water and manna for the children
of Israel in their dessert wander-
ings.
All this is not past history. It is
the recurring symbol of the per-
secution of Israel, and of God's
miraculous sustenance of our peo-
ple. This is the "Sabbath of Song."
the son of Moses and of Israel
at the Red Sea.
Thus the fifteentn of Shevat.
simple in its ritual, powerful in its
earth-giving significance, becomes
in our time a grand fulfillment.
The haggard D.P.'s of Europe
leave their frosty shores to enter
the benight warmth of their land
of hope. The rocky mountains and
pestilential valleys of Israel east
off their menace and don a garb
of green. The rebirth of an old
state is all the more striking for
its having come suddenly, as do
the first green shoots which defy
the barren cold. Aged Israel
shakes off the snow of ages and
exults in the fresh flow coursing
in its veins.
16 Courses Added to
U. of M. Program
Sixteen new courses will be
offered by the Division of Adult
Education at the University of
Miami the second semester which
opens Monday.
The 16 new courses of the more
than 175 scheduled include muni-
cipal and governmental account-
ing, advanced income tax, cul-
tural anthropology, modern Eng-
lish grammar, techniques in prose
writing, geographic influences in
American history, pattern draft-
ing commercial fashion designing
and production.
Also added to the adult curri-
culum are wholesaling, history of
nursing, public health, clinical
teaching, folk dancing, trainer's
procedures in men's athletics, in-
troduction to psychotherapy and
comparative study of religions.
. Ihe physical education course
n trainer's procedures is new to
the regular curriculum, as well as
to the adult division. David Wike
and Dr Gertrude X. Mooney, pro.
essor of physical education w.ll
teach the course.
Registration for these and other
23tt CUrSeS ^uled by the
adult cIivision have been c n
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continue until 9:30 p.m. today in
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*Jen 1st Fkrktian
PAGE ELEVEN
ach B'nai B'rith Lodge
enounces Nominations
Walter C. Kovner, chairman, of
,e nominating committee of Mi-
ni Reach Lodge B'nai B'rith has
hmittcd the official nominations
'officers of the B'nai B'rith
r0Up for 1949-50.
David R- Isen, Miami Beach
raltor is scheduled to succeed
arrv Zukernick as president and
rifrcv K. Newman, Sam W.
,iro and Jules Channing have
,_ named as vice presidential
ndidates. Others nominated are:
Gold, recording secretary;
Laurence Sootin, treasurer;
leymoui Satin, financial secre-
arv' Harry Zukernick, monitor;
lieefried Ceismar, assistant moni-
- Simeon D. Spear, warden;
lainett Beckerman, guardian;
ack A. Abbott, Walter C. Kovner,
Jarold Turk, trustees for three
rears; Arthur D. Frischman, trus-
ee for two years; Charles Wein-
ierg, Max Lieber, trustees for one
-ear' George Bertman, Jack Au-
ist,' Sol Goldstrom, holdover
ustces.
Elections will take place at the
egular March meeting of the
leach Lodge, it is announced by
resident Harry Zukernick.
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B'nai B'rith officials, leaving the White House, exhibit three
of the pens used by President Truman in signing announcement of
U. S. de jure recognition of Israel. Right to left: Frank Goldman, of
Lowell, Mass., national president of B'nai B'rith; Edward Jacobson.
of Kansas City, the President's old friend, former business partner,
and World War I buddy; and Maurice Bisgyer, of Washington, na-
tional secretary of B'nai B'rith. Together with John W. Snyder,
Secretary of the Treasury, they witnessed the signing of the an-
nouncement last week by the President, who presented them with
pens. Later Mr. Goldman presented one of the pens to Eliahu
Epstein. Israel's Special Representative to the U. S.
UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI PRESENTS
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tabbi Lelyveld, National Hillel
lirector, Will Speak Here Feb. 20
Rabbi Arthur J. Lelyveld of
JJew York City, national director
fcf the B'nai B'rith Hillel Founda-
tions, will appear at the Miami
Beach Jewish Center Sunday,
February 20, at 8:15 p.m., under
the sponsorship of the Hillel Ad-
tory Council, Harold Turk, coun-
cil president, announced today.
[ Rabbi Lelyveld will be guest
bf honor at a brunch on Sunday,
February 20, at 1 p.m. at the Rob-
ert Clay Hotel, 129 S. E. 4th
Street, which will be at-
tended by B'nai B'rith leaders in
Jthe south Florida area. He will
lako appear at a students' rally
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February 21, at 8 p.m. He will be
introduced to the Jewish student
body by Dr. Donald Michelson,
Hillel director of the University
of Miami.
Rabbi Lelyveld is also scheduled
to deliver an invocation at a
Brotherhood Week meeting on the
university campus. In addition, he
will lecture at a class in human
relations and at another in com-
parative religion.
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be the B'nai B'rith Council of
Greater Miami, representing more
than three thousand B'nai B'rith
members, including young adult
and youth groups.
Committee appointed by Turk
to assist in arranging these events
include: general chairman, Walter
Kovner, Mrs. Sadye Rose, Elry
Stone, Perry Boyell, and Isaac
Levin.
Chairman of the brunch com-
mittee will be Ted Sakowitz who
will be assisted by Mrs. Nathan
Bloom, Mrs. Peter Glazer, Mrs.
Sam B. Miller and Max Holtz-
berg. Mrs. Bloom will serve as
vice chairman. Tickets for the
brunch are $2.20 per person, which
includes tip. Reservations may be
made with Mrs. Bloom at 4-5972
or Sakowitz at 9-1659.
B'nai B'rith members serving
with the Hillel Foundation Coun-
cil are: Harold Turk, president,
Walter Kovner, Mrs. Ida Optner,
Mr. and Mrs. Sam B. Miller, Alex
Cohen, Sol Halpert, Ted Sakowitz,
Dr. Maurice Serotta, Miss Connee
Kahn, Gershon S. Miller, Miss
Coral Samuel and Mrs. Nathan
Bloom.
Hillel Foundations of B'nai
B'rith celebrated their 25th anni-
versary recently. T^ie institutions
are established on 186 college
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY U
1949
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By Young Woman as Companion
or Nursemaid. Also Baby Sitting.
References if Desired
Will sleep in or oul
Phone 82-1347
FOR SALE
WEARING APPAREL
Leaving Miami must sell ladies'
dresses, suits, etc. Sizes 14-16-18.
good condition, very reasonable.
Phone 5-3246. 511 15th Street Mi-
ami Beach. Apt. 5.
GIVE
B'nai B'rith
FUND DRIVE
AID TO ISRAEL
DR. SIDNEY H. MOSS
Eyes Examined
Glasses Fitted and Repaired
Phone 48-6535
2250 S. W. 8lh Street
Opposite Garden Restaurant
EXIT LONELINESS
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JOIN THE
CIRCLE CLUB
Chamber of Commerce Building
141 N. E 3rd Ave.. Room 501
PHONE 2-6242
Open 1 p.m. to 9 p.m.
WRITE P. 0. BOX 3468
Gartenberg 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,
taught by Cuban Native Lawyer
Tel. 32 6901 and 82-4335
NILO C. REGOJO
107 N. E. 1st Ave., Room 225
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
INVESTMENT ADVISER
For Advice Regarding
Stocks and Bonds Listed on the
New York Stock Exchange.
NATHAN ABRAHAM
P. O. Box 1922 Miami 11. Fie.
WOMAN AGED 45DIVORCED
European Background
Would like to contact middle-
aged gentleman. Businessman
preferred.
Write Y. H.
Box 2973, Miami 18
JEWISH MEN
SHOULD BE
INTERESTED
Attractive blonde widow from
New York, now residing in Florida:
College graduate, very fine social
background, excellent hoiten, buii.
nets ability. Desires to meet gen.
tlemen of similar background
over 40,
Brunette widow, 51, from Penn.
sylvania, wishes friends. Will
marry. Good substantial citizen.
rhildren all married. Only bom.
fide persons will b interviewed by
me.
CLARA LANE
Friendship Center, Inc.
49 N.E. 2nd Street
Opp. Telephone Company
Phone For Appointment
82-3065
Open 10 A.M. to 8 P.M.
Hebrew Academy
To Hold Operetta
Over 70 students of the Hebrew
Academy will participate in the
operetta. "Rumpelstiltzken," and
in an original musical presenta-
tion commemorating Chamisha
Oser B"shevat Thursday evening
at 8 o'clock at the Hebrew Aca-
demy Auditorium, 918 6th St., Mi-
ami Beach.
The operetta, written by Berta
ELsmith, is one of a series which
has been presented by the chil-
dren of the academy during the
current school year. The entire
production will be under the per-
sonal direction of Miss Edna
Sachs, noted musical and dramat-
ics director.
The special musical presenta-
tion commemorative of the first
Arbor Day of the new state of
Israel has "been arranged by Jos-
hua Stadlan and Joseph Schreib-
man.
Stage scenery has been execut-
ed under the direction of Mrs.
Donald Eanett, director of depart-
ment of arts and crafts in the
Hebrew Academy.
Participating in the program
will be Dr. David S. Andron.
president of the school, and Sol
L. Sugarman, principal.
Th* pupils participating in
operetta Include): Michael SIl
Ophra Chill, M'lsha Shapiro, Bruce
Shoulson, Sandy Andron, Joseph
...i : Edwin r.lnsbrrg. Ei>hram Mes-
cheloff, Barbara Burrts. Beati
Raphael, Roae Herman. Sheila Hul'ler,
Carol 8llverbe>rs, 'ar'le Serody, Ri
chelle Filed, Beatrice Rich, Rita
Kloner, Iv.nna Makovsky, Ronnli
Fried, Nuaalc Latter, Allan Sugarman,
Ira Shaiiir,'. .Minna Kagan. Valeri,-
Mamchea, Jay Makox sky, Billy Telly,
Seymoui Spelter, Michael Rubier and
Sydne) Shapiro
Workmen's Circle
To Hold Concert
On Sunday, February 20, at
8:30 p.m., the Workmen's Circle
and Women's Club, Branch 692,
will present a concert of Yiddish
songs, ballads and poems.
Participating artists will be Miss
Brocha Skulnick, nationally
known soprano, Miss Rose Shush-
ano, European actress and
columnist, and Miss Claire Wai-
shaw, 'cellist with the University
of Miami symphony orchestra.
Miss Anyuta Melicov will be at
the piano.
Miss Skulnick received her
training both in Europe and in
the United States and also is an
interpreter of folk ballads in Yid-
dish, Hebrew, Russian, and Eng-
lish.
Miss Shushano has for many
years appeared in the theatres of
European cities. She is noted for
her recitations of Yiddish poems.
A newspaperwoman, Miss Shush-
ano writes a daily column lor
the Jewish Forward.
The concert will take place at
the new Workmen's Circle Ly-
ceum, 25 Washington Ave., Miami
Beach,
Obituaries
SAMUEL KARPF
Age IS, formerly : Miami B died Jan. IS in l>,n Beach. N. V : a
<-r.-bral hemorrhage. He was a 3:nd
I'egree Mason and an active workei
in B nai Bmh. both in Miami Beach
and lying- bea.-h. He is aurvived b\
his wife, Gertrude; one dajglitrr'.
l'hyllis: one son. Jeroin- C.
MRS. REIN*. ZITRON
Of 3316 S W. -4th St.. passed anai
Saturday morning. She is one of the
organizers ol the Israelite Center. Sur-
vivors Include her husband, Isaac
three daughters, Sarah Sch^ssoerg'
Lleanor Salvage, Betty Zltron; one
son, Samuel, four grandchildren Serv-
Ices were held at Riverside Memorial
Chapel with burial in Mt. Nebo.
WIDOW AGED 50
Interested in meeting gentleman
up to 60. Established man pre-
ferred.
Write H. R.
Box 2973. Miami 18, Fla.
Rahr?VM c? f lhe Greater Miami Jewish community welcomed William D. Singer and
fno! m8X ShTr and Leon Kronish, who returned from a three-week tour of Israel. Sunday morn-
at, J^Tu9 Res,aurant- At th m. the trio vividly described their experiences in tht u>-
L~ connL k areJp,cture chronicling some of their activities. In the upper left corner i. reru-
nsChie *SIlu St lhe Raananah Inunigration Center January 23. Below the Miami delegation
M mster eLzp ,c ,"9D V** n-Xt UTel (,rom L to r'> ** K'onih ***** with "T*
uarv ll RahrT^? "' Pre"dent Chaim Weilman h ballot in the first Israel election ft*
M's?0e Sr0,;1? Mr Behar" *'* of G*n.l of Immigration. In the next level (from
U count a! ivL ,Th Crl LCker" Ch^m&n f the Jewi' Agency in Jerusalem: another refu-
rnishtatvtaw ^T^ lm*Wt*ion Center. In the lower left corner. Rabbi. Shapiro and
maTam, I th T WUSS SOldiert Wh Came t0 fnd "d relative, among the new .
z^Msi:;9 corner-*deie9ation,aik*withMi"judithBuinoiujaandFottm
NATIONAL Vou'v
HEART --
FEBRUARY ^fr.N'-vV'
1421. 1949 *fy|n ^
WEEK
Miami Heart A-oclation. e5]lilnbu, Hou ^~
The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH
The Only Community-Wide Kaahruth Association
Participating Agency of the
GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION
Organised by the following Congregations and their RaM**-
Miami Beach Jewish Community CenterRabbi I. Lehrman
Temple Beth SholomRabbi L. Kronish
Heth El CongregationRabbi M. Grauer
Beth David CongregationRabbi M. Shapiro
Congregation Beth TfilahRabbi J. E. Rackovsky
Announces that our Director. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.JJJ
r wer all questions appertaining to Kashruth in ths Greater
w-.~ eVE' "I1 ddr*" 1 Michigan Avenue, phone 5-3W
H=rry Slrkin, Pres. H. Sootin. S^'1
A M. Bear. Vice Pre*. S. Lobel, T*s


FRIDAY, FEBRUABV 11, 1949
ySvolnvites Noted
Historian Here
The Greater Miami Committee
of the Yiddish Scientific Institute
fVjvo) has invited a lecturer and
authority on Jewish history, Dr.
Jacob Shatzky, to Miami. A mem-
ber of the executive board of the
yivo the historian has published
many books and monographs. The
second volume of his "History of
the Jews in Warsaw" appeared
Dr. Jacob Shatzky
recently under the Yivo imprint.
Several private and public func-
tions have been planned in honor
of Dr. Shatzky during his stay
here. At a public reception to be
held on February 25 at 8 p.m. at
the Workmen's Circle Lyceum, 25
Washington Ave., Dr. Shatzky
will speak on the "Goal and
Achievements of the Yivo." Bro-
cha Skulnick, soprano, will pre-
sent a program of Yiddish songs.
Refreshments will be served.
On Sunday, February 27, at
7:30 p.m., at the Lyceum, Dr.
Shatzky will deliver a lecture on
the subject "The Last Thousand
Years in Jewish History."
Home For Aged
Group To Hold
Membership Tea
Martha Redding, pianist and
vocalist, will be featured enter-
tainer at the membership tea to
be given by the Miami Beach
Auxiliary to the
IJewish Home for
[the Aged at the
Monte Carlo Ho-
[tel, Collins Ave.
at 65th St., Mi-
ami Beach,
|Tuesday, F e b -
ruary 22, at 1 p.
m.
Other partici-
pants in the pro-
gram will be:
Martha ReddiuflLuba Ray, ac-
cordionist, who will sing and play
Palestinian songs, and Joseph
Brunelli, formerly with the Bos-
ton Opera Company and the Chi-
cago Civic Opera, who will sing
several numbers. Mr. Brunelli and
Miss Redding will conclude the
musicale with r'uets.
Mrs. Benjamin Appel and Mrs.
H. Danziger are chairmen of the
event.
Refreshments will be served
and any member bringing one or
more new members is eligible to
attend.
At a meeting of the executive
board of the auxiliary held Feb-
ruary 1, the resignation of Mrs.
Benjamin Sherry, president, was
accepted. Mrs. Benjamin Appel,
first vice president, automatically
became president.
"It is with deep regret that we
accept the resignation of Mrs.
Sherry," the board announced,
"and this group will always be
grateful to her for her contribu-
tions to our old people. Her in-
spiring leadership will be long re-
membered by those of us who
worked with her."
Jr. Hadassah Will
Present Draper,
Adler In Concert
The Miami Beach Unit of
Junior Hadassah will present
Larry Adler, harmonica virtuoso,
and Paul Draper, the man who
tap dances the classics, in a re-
cital Thursday evening, Feb-
ruary 24, at 8:30 at the Miami
Municipal auditorium, 5th St. and
Biscayne Blvd.
Proceeds of this affair will go
to the Meier Shfeyah Orphaned
Children's Village in Israel, ac-
cording to Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz,
chairman of the concert. The
village houses over 700 orphaned
children and is supported solely
by funds raised through Junior
Hadassah.
Assisting Mrs. Soltz with the
affair are Frieda Ankus, tickets;
Natalie Samnuels, ushers; and
Rhoda Caidin, publicity.
Those appearing on various
radio programs to further the sale
of tickets will be Mrs. Alex Van
Straaten, senior advisor to Junior
Hadassah, Toby Cooper, president,
and Mrs. Soltz.
Tickets are priced at $1.80, $2.40,
S3.00 and $3.60. Patron seats are
$5.00. Tickets are on sale at Ami-
don's in Coral Gables, Byron's,
Sak's Fifth Avenue, Condave's
Music Shop, Beach Radio Shop
and at Burdine's on the mezza-
nine on February 12 and February
19. For information; concerning
tickets call Mrs. Alex Van Straat-
en at 58-6767.
PAGE THIRTEEN
Daughters Of Israel
Elect New Officers
At a meeting of the Daughters
of Israel held Monday night at
the Hotel Helene the following
officers were elected: Mrs.
Blanche Schechter, president;
Mrs. Blanche Kagen, vice presi-
dent; Mrs. Dora Reinhardt, treas-
urer; Mrs. Rose Laucr, corre-
sponding secretary, Mrs. Lottie
Cement, recording secretary.
Plans were discussed for the
banquet to be given in honor of
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Reinhardt,
which will take place March 6 at
7 p.m. at the Hotel Helene. Newly
elected officers will be installed
at the affair.
All who wish to purchase tick-
ets are asked to call Mrs. Blanche
Schechter at the Hotel Helene,
1030 15th St., phone 5-5785. Price
of ticket is $10 which includes
membership for one year.
Miami Y Forum
Set For Monday
The February monthly forum
of the Miami YM-YWHA will be
held Monday evening at 8:15 at
the Y. Forum topic will be "The
President's Civil Rights Program
Does Miami Need It?"
Malcolm Ross, former director
of the Federal Employment Prac-
tices commission of Miami during
the war years and Gus Jacobson,
executive director of the Beach
Y, will present the positive as-
pects of the issue. Edward Gaylor,
associated with station WVCG,
and James Kytle Williams, local
attorney, will take the negative
view.
Movie Workshop To Meet
The motion picture workshop
of the Coral Gables Jewish Cen-
ter will meet Tuesday at 7:45 p.m.
at 617 Palermo Ave., Director
Robert Bergman announces.
James Melton Wi
Appear In Concert
James Melton, tenor of the Met-
ropolitan Opera Company, will
appear with the University of Mi-
ami Symphony Orchestra Sunday
afternoon at 4:30 and Monday
evening at 8:30 at the Miami High
School auditorium.
Melton, who is an alumnus of
the University of Florida, will
sing arias from Mozart's "The
Magic Flute," Delibes' "Lakme,"
Massenet's "Manon," and Puc-
cini's "Tosca."
The orchestra, under the direc-
tion of Modeste Alloo, will play
Beethoven's Symphony No. 3 and
Richard Strauss' 'Don Juan."
Symphony tickets are available
at the University Symphony of-
fice, main campus; downtown
ticket office at 340 S.E. 1st St.;
Cordelia's Book Shop; Amidon's
Music stores; and the Miami
Beach Radio Shop.
Balkin To Speak
Gilbert J. Balkin will address
the regular meeting of the Miami
Beach Junior Chamber of Com-
merce Monday at 8 p.m. at the
Anglers' Club, Miami Beach, Mar-
vin Kimmel, president, has an-
nounced.
Balkin's subject will be "Mak-
ing Democracy Work."
Edward T. Newman is in charge
of the program.
Tamara Games Party
The Tamara Chapter of Miz-
rachi will sponsor games parties
Tuesday and Wednesday evening
at 8:30 at the Park Central Hotel,
6th St. and Ocean Dr., Miami
Beach, according to an announce-
ment by Mrs. Israel Slotsky, ways
and means chairman. The public
is invited to attend.
Boubiere To Address
Sholem Luncheon Today
John A. Boubiere, Jr., attorney
and president of the South Kings-
way Negro Housing Project, will
be guest speaker at the Sholem
Lodge, B'nai B'rith luncheon to-
day at 12:15 at the Downtowner
Restaurant. His topic will be "The
Developer's Viewpoint of the Ne-
gro Housing Project in Coconut
Grove." Burnett Roth, program
chairman, will introduce the
speaker.
To My Gracious and
Highly Esteemed
Friends:
I can eternally indebted for
the honor bestowed upon me
by your faith, your effort and
your vote in the legislative
race.
Even in losing there is glory
when honored by the work
and good wishes of friends
and acquaintances resulting
in a highly creditable show-
ing.
To one and alL please ac-
cept my grateful and sincere
thanks.
SIDNEY L SEGALL
SAUL KENH0LZ
From Miami Beach serving Jewry for more than
20 years and Miami's oldtimer in the Kosher
Meat business, well known for his unquestioned
record of Kashrus announces that he will open a
KOSHER MARKET
in Coral Gables for all Greater Miami Residents
Located at
2632 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
(Corner Almeria Avenue)
Kenholz Kosher Market as in the past is
open to every lew in Miami to come in at any
time and investigate that our Meats are strictly
Kosher.
Serving the finest of strictly Kosher Meats,
Poultry and Sinai 48 Meats and Delicatessen
Products.
WATCH FOR GRAND OPENING
(I will have FREE Delivery anywhere in Greater Miami
for my old customers and friends.)
SiM-lis Is Head
i>f lleth El PTA
Milton Sachs was chosen presi-
dent of the Beth El PTA at a
recent election meeting in the
Beth El auditorium. Other officers
include Mrs. Ernest Chernoff,
vice president; Mrs. Edward
Schwartz, treasurer; Mrs. Rae
Fronie, recording secretary; and
Mrs. Morris Apner, corresponding
secretary.
Oscar Rappaport will head the
constitution committee; Ernest
Chernoff and Irwin Kwall are co-
chairmen of the house committee;
and Rabbi Murray Grauer, Rap-
Paport, Chernoff, Cantor Milton
Freedman, Mr. Kimmel and Sachs
will serve on the educational com-
mittee.
T.ie program committee will be
under the direction of the Mes-
aames Milton Sachs, Ernest Cher-
noff anod M. Cantor. The Mes-
dames Irwin Kwall and Kravitz
"lfl be in charge of membership.
At the next meeting to be held
Tuesday evening at 8:15 p.m the
Beth El PTA will complete final
details for outfitting the chil-
dren's library.
"Israel Fights, Sings and Smiles
yj
COME TO WELCOME ISRAEL'S FAMOUS STARS:
SIIOSIIA \ 1 DAMARI
Sweetheart of Eretx Israel
JOSEPH GOLAND
Israeli Musical Comedy Star
MOSIII II WILENSKY
Israel's Favorite Composer
at the
MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM
BISCAYNE AT 5th ST.. MIAMI
ON WEDNESDAY, FEB. 16th, 8:45 P.M.
ff
SALUTE TO ISRAEL" program
SPONSORED BY THE PALESTINE PIONEERS FOUNDATION
AND THE NATIONAL SICK FUND OF PALESTINE
Tt k to can be obtained at the Municipal Auditorium. Miami, and Andron's Crest HoteL Miami Beach.
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By BORIS SMOLAR
(Copyright, 1948, "Jewish Telegraphic Agency, inc.)
LEGAL NOTICE
Washington Trends:
From now on nothing concern-
ing American participation in the
development of the Middle East
will be undertaken by Washington
without fir.-t consulting Israel .
This was indicated informally by
high officials in the State De-
ment after they heard re-
port from an A
: who just retu
from a visit t [sra< 1 Th<
ficial et of the
tl at large economic plans, in
which Israel will ha v.' a -
now be:: g ::. ipped out I y
U. S- government for tl ben
of the Middle Eastern count
. President Truman is gn I
the fact that Brit
Foreign Mil Ernest Bevin has
out on t: i f n ration
: Israel Bevin'f loss ol I
is a personal triumph for Truman
. There was not much l< ve I st
between Bevin and Truman over
the Pali stine issue And it
Truman's view that has finally
. out in England Or.'
I ens with which Tru-
man signed memoranda of de jure
gnition for Israel will be sent
by the President, with a personal
note, to Dr. Chaim Weizmann .
Rabbi Stephen S- Wise will
. recipient of one of these pens
. David Niles. white House aide,
who advises Truman on Jewish
affairs, will re< i i\ i the fourth pen
. The three other pens were, as
by the Pi enl
Frank (ioldman and Maurice
Bisgyer, national president and
:.. respectively, of the
B'nai B'rith, and to Eddie Jacob-
son, Truman's ex-] tl : ... It
was with these seven pins that
the President signed seven copies
f thi pres reli ase from tl e
White House announcing his de
jure recognition of Israel .
Thi re was no othei official docu-
ment to be signed by the Presi-
' at the time he announced
recognition in the executive
office where Goldman, Bisgyer
and Jacobson had as* ed as
official witnesses .
woi
the cultural institutions
".d, military training, the re-
habilitation of refugees, t-: va
rious modern and
and otl "f llfc in the
h state.
^ews Brief
iWnof Bay H bor Islands
held an election
Bmad
i Acker:: an
was v": and
j. M. Lechuk will till i '
Ni .' councilmen
inch; ; Cl renc. Fi uer, Dan B.
Ruskin, I E Jack Just
IF. Lussii r.
Joe M. Morris, Miai tt rney,
Gov. Fuller
Warren I thi Fl ida Industrial
Con Mr Morris is the
owner of two : ical I otels, the St.
-.; .\i izai He main-
tains lav. in the Ingraham
ling.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAVE LAW
NOTICE IS HEIlEliY GIVEN thai
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Minor Memos:
Believe it or not. no less than
persons have asked for free
tickets to the Wei/mann-Tru
dinner which w schi duled to
take place at the Waldorf-Astoria
m Feb. 19... Now that the dinner
een postponed until April 23.
the number of persons who think
that they are entitled to free
tickets will, no doubt, increase .
But very few such tickets will be
issued Ever, tickets to the
press will be limited to one for
each of the larger New York
newspapers and news agencies
The establishment of a Jewish de-
partment is now being planned
by the Asia Institute of New York,
with a view, primarily, to ac-
quainting Americans with all as-
pects of life in Israel Baruch
Dier.er, Hollywood representative
of the Israeli-American Film Com-
pany, has disclosed that the erec-
tion of a sound stage and a labor-
atory will begin this month on a
15-acre tract donated by the Is-
raeli government The capital-
ization for the film project, which
is a conventional profit-making
enterprise, has been set at $800,-
000 .. Half of this sum has been
raised in Israel, and the remaind-
er will be raised in the United
States through the sale of stock
Although the shares have not
yet been issued in this country,
$200,000 has already been pledged
. .And speaking of film projects,
nigh praise must be given to the
Zionist Organization of America
for the first set of 12 filmstrips on
Isrrael produced by its education
department These films are
the beginning of a film library on
Israel and lend themselves for use
either by youth or adult groups
Each film costs only $4 and
is accompanied by a full narration
Projection is accomplished
with a 35 mm filmstrip projector
which can easily be rented or
brought and is simple to operate
The films show the various
types of Jews in Israel, the Holy
Places, the industries of Israel,
Ml'RRAY BFDNER
I.K' iN NAMi 'IK.

Vn IK-' liEIMAN .\ KAPLAN
, \
2/11-1*-. 1-11
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCPIT CoFRT OF THE
HTM JUDICIAL CIRCPIT IN AM
I 1 IR DADE <' U'XTY FLt iRII i A
IN CHANCERY, Caw N<> 1221
il.i iRI \ S VNDAPER, Plaintiff, \ -
w li.1.1 \M SANDAPER, D< fendanl
Ti Willian Sai
ran nl Max Sandi u i
3 New Yoi k City, Ni w 1
Yo i n n hi rebj requll ed to tile an
I III HbO\ Bl I 1 I for
riii orce on or befori T h' 9tn daj of
v 19. othi | a Ilt'crei Pro
nfesso h II is nt< e i >ated this Ttli day of Fi I
i: B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of thi
I Court s. i i
By VVM. W,
HAROLD SHAPlRl I
for Plaintiff
I! 11-lv-:'. 3 I
t'li ill i 'ourt
HT< ICK1NO,
ity Clerk
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN" Till: CIRCPIT COPRT OF THE
11TII JPDICIAL CIRCPIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HAM:
COPNTY, IN CHANCERY, No

GER i RPI IE Pi k iNEY, PI ilntlff, va
JAMES |l PCMiNEY, Defendant.
You, JAMES P. COONEY, 5 Mil-
ford Avenue, Newark, Ni Jersi ..
ai notlfii d to fill ii appi nrai
the above cause for divorce on the
7th day <.f M ireh, V.D 149, other-
wise l< p onfi i will bi en-
lered against yi i
I ati 'i thi* 1st day "f Febi nary,
A.I'. 1949
E I: LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Clri ..;t Court Seal)
By P.. E HODGES,
Deputj Clei
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
Attornej for Plaintiff
Seybold Huildu.K
J 4-11.18-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undei slgm d, d< .
buslm s* undei name ,
Town and Bee i ,,. i_j,
Road, Miami P. .eh. i
'V ''" lid name with the Clerk
Florida le C '"':''
MILTON SIRKIN
ALEX VNDER SIRKIN
LEON SIRKIN
ADELE ZIVITZ
Partni -
2/11-18-25 S/4-11
iv ,.,^,OTICE T0 CREDITORS
IN THE COPNTY JPIkjrs COPRT
'>, AND FOR I1AOK mrvrr
FLORIDA in PROBATE. Nil
In R^RSTATE OF IRVING P.
oci ki.k. Deceased
l",AI!.!'"'1""1- '"! AI l ergon* Hav.
,/.,'.. I..... ^WlnstSaid
You and ..,. h of you ,,-.. i, ,
n"l0 and required1 ..', Lnt "nS
ealm. and demands ul,.'. 1, ',.
^talntheTewTaddreMo^rclSim*0
Date January ;ih a',, **'
MARK e8rLVERSTET\ Se<1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
. H undei the fl tltlouj name of
,i Fih Market at !* B. w.
,,,i, .--ti.. Miami, Fla., Intend t->
register -.'i'l name with the Clerk of
ill court of Dade County,
rlorlda.
A ,RON MEIS8
Hi IBERT FEL1K
ARTHPR I KATZ
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicants
I
_________LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDETTicT^T^l
NAME LAW Tl0u
NOTICE IH HKHKiVy on*
the under-lgned. deelrlaV to^S <-t'
bUsllK-SH UIKler the fl,.iui"ltttk
Warren suppiv ', r^v55
Street, Hlaleah, Klorida "& Mft
register said name with 5SM *
the Circuit Court of rjin* ^ 5
Florlda. Dade CottK
RUOENB R. KAT7
HARRY D&gf8 ,,UK^W
Attorney fr Applicants
i '.ngresr Hiilliln,.-
1/28 2/4-11-18-25
:7l
iMiltoTRY I- GANDY, Plaintiff, vs.
CKoRGE i; HANI >Y, ilefendant,
To: (JEi 'RGB Q. GANDY
c o Mrs, .1. K. lii^h
.,: i i i si .ii A\ enue
ii.ivi i tow n, Pennsylvania
yoP ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
THAT A BUI "f Complaint for Dl-
has been filed against jrou by
DOROTHY I. QANDY, your wife, In
the above styled cause and In the
named Court; and you are
r ii thi ni i II led thai you are hereby
. .i t.. file ;m appearance In said
n i on "r before the nth day
f March, 1949, otherwise the allega-
tions of said Bill of Complaint will be,
taken as pi 11f s-.-.| by you.
Tins order Is t" be published once
> week, for four in consecutive weeks,
.ii the Jewish Fi.....linn, a newspaper
published In Dade County, Florida.
Dated this 7th da> of February,
1949
E P. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
C ill Courl Seal i
By M. '" FEIOE,
Deputy Clerk.
VRoNOVITZ, WKINKI.i: A
VRi iNl iVITZ
Solicitors for Plaintiff
: n-18-25 a i
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COPRT OF THE'
Til JPDICIAL flRi'PIT F
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COPNT1 IN CHANCERY. No.
-
HARRY FRIEDMAN, Plaintiff, vs.
HELEN FRIEDMAN, I'.fendant.
Vou, HELEN FRIEDMAN, T"'J
North Kingsley Drive, Hollywood,
. an notified to file your
in the above cause f.>r
:\ the 7th day of March,
A.D 1949, otherwise decree pro con-
will i. enl.....I against you.
Dated this 2 day <'f February, A D.
i: h LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court Si ill
By M C FEIOE.
i puty Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
lie) f.ir Plaintiff
Beybold Buldlng
2 1-11-18-26
TOU, HE^E^^l^C |
Park PUce, Harrison New vM
notified to file your appearan^ Z\
tbov cause for divorce on iItS*\
day of February. A.D l*|j
decree pro confesso will h .'7",
against you. '"**
]9Dated this 18 day of Janutr,-, ^ |
(C.rcu.tECoIurtI',8ea7;],KnMAX^
By MnF- "Ml I
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN '" **\
Attorney for Applicant
Seybold Building
1/2I-2S 2/4-11
NOTICE UNOE-R^iSp
NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEV iw,
the undersigned, desiring to SJ!
business under the f..-tltloS/nS?3
The Washerterla at rt< s. Miami u,
Miami. Florida. Intends K&
said name withe th Clerk of IUf>
cult Court of Dade County. FVidi
MATILDA FI-INSTK1N
Sole Owner
MYERS, IIHI.MAN A KArLAX
Attorneys for Applicant
Seybold Hide.
I'21-28 2/4-11-18
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
"Til JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
"l-NTV IN CHANCERY, No
TILLIe'sUCHOVOLSKY. Plaintiff, vs
ISSIE SCCHOVOL8KY, also known
as ISIDORE SUVALSKY, Defend-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (JIVES M
the undersigned, desiring to engaft Ii
business under the fictitious nut if
William's Beauty Salon at 130 S. I
2nd Avenue, Miami. Fla., Intends u
register said name with the Clerk if
the Circuit Court of Dade Cogntt
Florida.
BETTY VIVIAN SCHWARTI
Sole Owner
A. .1. KAPLAN
Attorney for Applicant
1/14-21-28 2/4-11
Vou, ISII" IRE Kl VALSKV, a k a
ISHIE SPCHOVOL8KY, 121 Attornej
:' o Hairy Brooksteln, New
1 '>, are notified to file your an-
ance In the above cause for dl-
vorce on the :ist day ,.r February,
A-I lM, otherwise decree pro con-11/28 2/4-11-18
fesso in be ei tered against you.
day of January.
Dated this 2oth
A.D. 1949
E B LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
ill Court Real)
By M. C. FBIGE,
MILTON A FRIEDMANePUty ''"""
Mtoi ii< -. foi Plaintiff
Seybold Bldg.
I 21-28 2 4-11
I
IN THE CIRCPIT cuPRT OP THI
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCl'lT
IN AND Fi'R DAI'K (XH'Sn,
FMlRIDA. IN CHANCERY, Si
121N2.
ALICE ABRAM8, Plaintiff, n TC
TOR ABRAMS, I <<-feiidanL
THE STATE OF FI/iRlDA:
Ti i VICTOR ABRAMS,
84'j Bushwlck A\ i
Brooklyn. New York.
You are hereby notified and orterrt
to appear to the Bill of Complaint fM
against you In the above styled cans
on or before the 28 day of February,
194.9, otherwise the allegations of oil
Blil of Complaint will he taken as cm-
fei i 'i against you.
DATED this 27 day of Janairj.
1!'49.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Cert
(Circuit Court Seal)
By -M. C. FE10E,
Deputy Clert
JOSEPH W. MALEK,
Solicitor for Plaintiff
170S Congress iluildlng
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
In Till) CIRCPIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JPDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FU>RIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
N'TY. in CHANCERY, No.
SYLVIA LEVITT, Plaintiff. vs.
'API. .1 LEVITT, Defendant
OU, CARL .1. LEVITT, 1604 East-
Parkway, Brooklyn, New York.
otlfled to file your i.....earance
ii. ih. above cause for divorce on or
before the 7th day of March, A.D.
"' Deere. P,-,. Confesso will
" entered against you
ati:d This 3rd day of February,
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clark.
" Ircult Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIOE,
sasf *- --'-
' bold Building
Miami. p|oi I
2/4-11-18-1 l
A D
NOTICE UNDER FACTITIOUS
thNOTICl: HKIUOHY OIVEN tba,
'said name with the
Ir.uit Court of Dade
' 'lerk of th
Florida
MALCOLM FIRST
* i kaplX'n "w"'"
a-...,,,, v for Applicant
; pngresi Bldg
4-11.1J 26
NOT,CE UNOrLAF s@iar
--> -, 1-U-18--2&
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVEN Issl
the unilerslgned. desiring to enga|
business under the fictitious names
Esther Shop al 4^ E Flagler strut.
intends to register said name wiN*
Clerk of the Circuit Court of W*
County, Florida.
SAMUEL SPTTON
i/28 2/4-n-is-::.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCPIT COPRT OF THE
11TII JUDICIAL CTRCUn'9
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR WP
COUNTY. IN CHANCERI.
JOJCJOO
ANNA SEDIACEK, Plaintiff,
JOSEPH BEDIACEK, D*S2g
YOU, J08EPH SEDIACEK.
Basset Avenue, Bronx, New ""'J
notified to file your Appearance
the above cause for Divorce. o
before tho 28th day of Eebru.*ri.j|
KM!', or a Decree Pro Confeaao
be entered against ymi ,lfi
DATED: This 26th day of istfssa
A.D. 19 .Circuit Court Seal. -
W Deputy at*
U 'A S.MAN. SILVER & SAKOWTTZ
Attorneys
Beybold Bldg.
1/28 2/4-11-18-26 ___
NOTICE TO CREDITOR! .
IN THE COUNTY "''Kr-orNTV.
IN AND FOB "-^ ,"-Ite No
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE,
ln21Re*' ESTATE OF ELIZABETH
RAJNA, Deceased. __H,v.
To All Creditors and All Pf^jSlI
lni< Claims or Demands Agam
Estate: r. n.reW
You, and each of you, are < ^
notified and required '> prese
claims and demands nicn (M
either of you. may have USjjJ ,.
estate of ELIZABETH f*f"JLfM>
ceased late of Dade County. 0
to the Hon. W. F. BlaANTOW-Jg |W
Judge of Dade County. na CoB,tf
same In his office m in |dl
Courthouse In Dade -ount>. $,
within eight calendar njOBtM' ^
date of the first publication ^
Said claims or demands ^
the legal address of "Su*<*''
to be sworn to and pre?"11^^ S"
said, or same will be' "~ Att
Section 180 of the 1033 ProM
Date January 2, Aj> !"..
"" ALFRED ^ of
As Administrator of tne *j ,,
ELIZARETH RAJNA. P"
ELRY STONE
1010 Congress Building
Miami, Fla. mtm
Attorney for Administrate
2/4-11-18-1*


HDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1949
vJewist) Fkridi&r
PAGE FIFTEEN
'nai B'rith To Hold
bate Convention In
fclilton A. Friedman, president
Ttlu, Florida State Federation of
Li B'rith Lodges, has an-
funccd plans for the 13th annual
Lr Mitzvah" state convention of
trida B'nai B'rith Lodges to be
Ud in Havana, Cuba, May 6, 7
I j p
[Participating will be 19 men's
decs and 12 women's lodges
Uprising more than 3500 B'nai
rith members in the state of
jorida. A record attendance is
| i at the first state conven-
hn to be held outside the con-
bental limits of the United
ates.
Headquarters for the three day
Lion arc officially announced
the Nacional Hotel, with the
rst official session scheduled to
held on board the liner S.S.
londa on the evening of May 5.
[Highlit t.s of the convention
U] include a tour of the Havana
jjhtclubs, shopping excursions, a
Lnquet and dance at the Sans
Lei, sightseeing tours, a trip to
lorro Cattle, luncheons, two in-
rmal dances on board ship and
today evening services at the
Lr.ple in Havana.
|Accordiny to Mr. Friedman, re-
yvations are now being accepted
a fust come, first served"
Isis with early patrons receiving
loiie accommodations on the
fomenade deck of the S.S. Flor-
Total tee for the four day
ivention is $85 per person
dich includes registration fee,
; and tips, as well as two nights
| the Nacional Hotel; two dances
the boat; two luncheons, ban-
ket and dance at Nacional Hotel;
lilton Abrams
Ipens Own Office
| Milton Abrams, a member of
American Institute of Archi-
ll i formerly associated with
firm of Henry Hohauser and
ai.nnunces the estab-
Ihmetii cf independent offices
general practice of archi-
Cture at the Linjay Building, 235
Incoln Road, Miami Beach.
[Abrams, who is an honor grad-
of Pittsburgh high schools,
Ceivi his architectural degree
University of Florida. He
his early training in the
fice of the late Fred A. Hen-
inch in St. Augustine and as-
pted in the design of the famous
arincland Studios. Later he be-
atsociated with the office of
Dhauser, where he was employed
ntil the outbreak of World War
13th Annual
Havana May 6,7,8
two sightseeing tours and one
night club tour.
Arrangements for the entire
tour are being coordinated by the
Farr Tours Agency, inc., of Miami
Beach.
All state lodges have been asked
to name convention chairmen im-
mediately and notify Friedman of
their reservations. Godfrey New-
man was recently named chair-
man for the Miami Beach Lodge.
For details call 3-6264.
Beach Hadassah
To Meet Tuesday
Miami Beach Group of Hadas-
sah will hold its monthly meeting
Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. in the Beth
Sholom patio, with Mrs. Ben-
jamin B. Goldstein presiding.
The meeting will be dedicated
to two Hadassah projects, Hadas-
sah Medical Organization, of
which Mrs. Leon Ell and Mrs.
William Bernstein are co-chair-
men, and Palestine Supplies, of
which rs. Freida Newman is
chairman.
Mrs. Ben Z. Ginsburg, program
chairman, will introduce Rabbi
Leon Kronish, who will tell of his
recent experiences in Israel and
will describe the spirit of election
time in that country.
Martha Redding, vocalist and
concert pianist, will present the
musical portion of the program.
Rosenthal Appointed
ToCejwin Camps Post
A. P. Schoolman, director of
Cejwin Camps since its founding
in 1919 by the Central Jewish In-
stitute, announces the appoint-
ment of Abraham W. Rosenthal
as associate director.
Rosenthal was consultant on
community centers and camps to
the New York Federation of Jew-
ish Philanthropies building fund
committee the past three and a
half years and has had over
twenty-five years administrative
experience in the conduct of both
communal and private camps. He
v/as social and educational direc-
tor of the 92nd St. YMHA for
eight years and for twenty-one
years executive director of the
Bronx YM & YWHA.
Cejwin Camps, located at Port
Jervis, New York, is a group of
seven camps, each including a
homogeneous age grouping of 100
to 125 children. These are non-
commercial, self-sustaining camps
with a recognized progressive
Jewish cultural program. ,
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Rose Chapter To Sponsor
Social And Barbecue
A Valentine social and barbecue
will be sponsored by the Rose
Chapter, B'nai B'rith Women to-
morrow at 8:30, at the home of
Mrs. Isidore Burak, 5271 S.W. 41st
St., according to Mrs. Norman
Reinhard, president.
The program has been planned
by the social committee headed
by Mrs. Harry Burak. Assisting
her are the Mesdames Raymond
Marcus, Murrell Kastein, Irving
Lax and Pearl Gordon.
>wi Nitely, 9:30, 12:30
s Sat., 9:30, 1 A.M.
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Miami Beach
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Friendship Night
A "Night of Friendship" in ob-
servance of Brotherhood Week is
being planned by the Emma La-
zarus Chapter, Business and Pro-
fessional Women B'nai B'rith for
Tuesday at 8:15 p.m. at the Mi-
ami Beach Y, according to Ethel
Pont, president.
Four speakers representing all
religious faiths will share the
platform to tell of the significance
of Brotherhood Week and the im-
portance of better inter-group re-
lations in the community. Speak-
ers will be Dr. Andrew W. Gott-
schall, regional director of the
National Conference of Christians
and Jews; the Rev. Robert Giffen,
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff and Ros-
coe Brunstetter.
Program is under the general
direction of Mrs. Carol Sarvetnik
and will include the showing of
two sound films, "The Brother-
hood of Man" and Iving Caesar's
"Songs of Friendship." Communi-
ty singing will be led by members
of the B'nai B'rith committee.
Other organizations invited to
participate are the Christian
Youth Council of Miami, the Busi-
ness and Professional Women of
the YWCA, the Knights of Co-
lumbus, and the interparish
groups of Catholic Churches, as
well as all Jewish civic organ-
izations.
Assisting Mrs. Sarvetnik with
the program are Tina Fisher and
Ruth Jensen.
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BBG Unit No. 14 Will
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A "B'nai B'rith Night" for all
BBG and AZA units in Greater
Miami is being sponsored by the
B'nai B'rith Girls Unit No. 14 of
Miami Beach Wednesday at 8:15
p.m. at the Miami Beach Y, ac-
cording to an announcement by
Shirley Neilinger, junior advisor
to the group. An invitation has
been extended to all youth groups
which meet at the Beach Y on
Wednesday evening to participate
in the evening's entertainment.
Delores Peckerman, president,
will welcome the new members
and give a short talk on the func-
tions of youth in the service work
of B'nai B'rith.
Miami Hadassah Meeting
Slated For Monday At Y
The next meeting of the Miami
Group of Hadassah will be held
on Monday at 1:30 p.m. at the
Miami Y. Edward Clarke, noted
lecturer and faculty member of
the University of Miami School of
Music, will review the book
"Peace of Mind."
Also to be discussed is the Jew-
ish National Fund project. Mrs.
Irving Genet, chairman, will be in
charge of the program.
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page sixteen
Rabbi Mescheloff
Will Speak At Tea
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. spirit-
ual leader of Beth Jacob Con-
gregation, will be guest speaker
at the annual silver tea to be giv-
en by the Sisterhood Wednesday
from 2 to 4 p.m. at the home of
Mrs. Harry Genet. 5101 Lakeview
Dr.. Miami Beach. Mesdames Irv-
ing Genet and Martin Genet will
assist the hostess.
A feature of the program will
be an origir.al skit "The Old and
the New," with Mesdames Moses
Krieger, Harry Zeilinger, Phillip
Pores and William Kline taking
part.
Mrs. Kline will also lead in com-
munity singing. She will be ac-
companied on the piano concer-
tina by Mrs, William Stander.
Mesdames Martin Genet arc
Malvin Englander are in charge
of the program.
Guests will be greeted by Mrs.
Louis Makovsky. president, who
will be in the receiving line with
the hostesses, and with Mesdames
Moses Mescheloff, David Whit-
man, Jack Felt, George Hoff-
spiege] and D:ra Sunon
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PAGE TWO *Jen ist Meridian FRIDAY. FEBRUARY I'll Say... By HARRY SIMONHOFK The 4 major Jewish defense agencies agree at least on one point: a depression, with millions out of work, is a sure breeding ground for anti-Semitism. No one will denv the truth of thi.< dictum. But it is only one side of the medallion. Jew hatred has also flourished in periods of prosperity, among more prosperous classes, and for totally opposite reasons. The Real Estate Boom It is doubtful whether any place at any time showed more hectic prosperity than the greatest o. land booms which culminated in Miami. Fortunes (on papen were literally made over night. Merchants suffered arm cramp ringing their cash registers. Any jackleg who could but lift a hammer and saw demanded and received abnormal wages. Apparently everybody's concern was out to eat. drink, be merry, and make another fortune the next day. One would hardly seek for anti-Semitism in such a festive atmosphere of riotous revelry. Yet. strange to say, a veritable pogrom psychology prevailed in this locality. The K.K.K. marched in full regalia. Leslie Quigg. tr.cn Chief of Police, had to threaten with arrest and deportation such canailli who put above the license plates on their ears. It is always Jew'n in Miami.'" The number ol signs "gentiles only" on apartments and hotels wen lemon. The Miami Life, then owned ly Wen Phillips, and edit! j in his more sober moments, was spattered with anti-Jewish insinuations. When Julian W. Mack. Judge of the U. S. Circuit Court, arrived, his 1'nends were unabli to get accommodations for him at any of Carl Fisher's hotels on Miami Beach. The Binder Boys It is difficult to account for this outburst of The superficial reason was the "I This term, so trite for the boot little meaning to the newcomers who are now in tl rity. A word of explanation might be in ore Boom and Bust: Miami. 1925 During the Coolidge f^SiSJ^S^SSi ose bl .n I Pl;' r % % %  [ .Sder" B&a?&ffl SB SttsssSS SKVi Sssfe £SL5 • ^ing in real estate ^ffSTS^SVSk %  %  Nation together withWh! i r hin R hM i n, l ] U l yr S :i he thermometer From the Ponce Hot. me ters of the binder boys, rumors son., that J new development was aboul %  -en at Semino e Beach, on the ocean south ol Beach. Hie sale ta would be restricted ex p( I %  d few, wh0 oie 0 Monday morning, East Flaglet Street was as quiet as the calm in th I %  humcane. Bj nightfall, howwer. I ups were animating the Ponce de Leon Hotel The humbler ones wore the hai 4dog look often seen at the rac. I ey had failed to buy some of the golden sand on Seminole Bei But the other crowd resembled those who had picked the winning hora Next day, newspapers throughout the U S reDorted on their front pages how a Honda subdivision had sold out completely foi $8,000,000 n two hours This story n adlines even in the London Times, A week later, a C) '" have StrtlCK the Ponce do Leon Hotel, The binder boys were skipping a! out on Flaule: St. like irighter.ed rabbits. anxiously inquiring of each other how such a tki could be possible. The more doleful, that is LA"! the more clear headed, whined: "Boys the hnn %  over." The erstwhile happy ones, now in 22J wailed: "We were taken for a ride." ""H*, What had happened? The story came to light 1 too soon. The managers in charge of Seminole R had instructed their salesmen to offer plots to IMS buyers exclusively. But only alternate lots were u to them at the minimum price of $8,000, with nn fourth cash, and the balance on terms. The fortune. ones, who had put their last dollar in Seminole BearK were busy disposing of their contracts at a DIS Suddenly consternation struck the frantic operator* Tin' Seminole Company was offering the altermi lots to Gentiles for $6.000—that is, for $2,000 less than paid bv the Jewish buyers. The binder boys wen. trapped. They had to wire home for funds and dear out by train, bus, car, boat, or hitch hike. The Result For a short period, Flagler St. appeared almost Judenrein. The story how the Jew boys were clipped went the rounds from cocktail bars to church gather! ings. Between drinks, derisive Gentile laughter greeted the joke on the discomfited binder boys, who had scurried awav like rats. Then the humor began to nail Land buying suddenly ceased. Offices were crowded with sellers offering bargains. But no buyers. Each dav real estate prices sagged lower than the day before I e jokesters with their funny yarn about fleecine the binder boys now changed their tune: 'Just wait till October. The Jewish buyers will return after their high holiday." But they did not return. The consDirators of the Seminole Beach fraud, giving vent to their Jewish hate brougl t about the crash of the Miami boom that caused ruin and misery to thousands of Gentiles as well as Jews. Mizrachi Women to Meet Miami Chapter of Mizrachi Women will meet Thursday t 1:30 p.m. at the Beth El. Mrs, Harry Steinbach has announced. After a short business ses: card games will be played. 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 Available On All Shipments WITHERS VAN LINES 1000 N.E. 1st Ave. Ph. 3-2667 Mizrachi Arbor Day Fete Set for Monday The annual Jewish Arbor Day by the Miami Beach Mizrachi Womi n's Organlly scheduled for February 13, has been postponed until Monday, Fel i uary 14 at 8 p.m., according to Mrs. Joseph Brer, lent. r W hictt will be I < Id at B< %  Ja S3 nagogue, 301 Ave. is under the ion "i Mrs. Herman Stein. Cleveland, who will preside during the program and the entainment which will follow. Rabbi Mosi hi [off, honorary pn dent of the Men's Division of Mizrachi, will be the principal speaker. Rabbi Dr. Lazaar Schoenfield, of New York, will deliver a message from Israel. Southeastern regional director, Mrs. Emanuel Karger, will introduce the speakers. The traditional songs symbolic of Jewish Arbor Day will be chanted by Cantor Maurice Manic: 1 s. Mrs. Pauline Chill and Mrs. Harry Sir will be in charge of the Palestinian refreshments which will be served. Mrs Max Hochman. president of the group, extends an invitation to the general public to join with Mizrachi in marking the first Arbor Day celebration since the formation of the State of Israel. Aronovifz \ allied Show Iliairma 11 Abe Aronovitz, local attorney, has been named chairman of the variety show to be spon.-circd by the Miami YMHA the early part of April, according to Leon Kaplan, president of the Miami Y. and Fied Grossberg, chairman of the organization's social committee. Call has gore out to all Y members asking 1 to participate in the show and a special audition will be held in the near future, AH individuals who can sign, dance, play instruments or do anything in the theatrical field are requested to submit their name, address and telephone number to the Miami Y. Tropical Lodge Women To Hold Valentine Event Tropical Lodge Women's Chapof B'nai B'rith will give a party Sunday afternoon for the children of the Cerebral Palsy ic at 304 S.W. 8th Ave. The affair will take the form of a Valentine's Day event and arrangements are in charge of Mrs. Sol Barnett. Mrs. Meyers To Entertain Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, president of the Greater Miami Conference of Jewish Women's Organizations, will entertain informally all presidents of organizations affiliated with the conference Thursday at 11 a.m. at her home, 802 West Di Lido Dr, Miami Beach. 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PAGE FOUR *Jeistflcrid&ri FRIDAY, FEBRUARY H-lJ EDITORIAL Fires Of Hate The gentlemen who have been crying so copiously over the departure from our shores of Walter Gieseking will probably never be convinced. They wil decry the Gieseking case as a "sign of intolerance." They will preach against adding fire to the wounds which so sorely rend the body of mankind. They will weep that they have been denied the privilege of hearing Gieseking the artist, not the Nazi. With great piety and religious dexterity they will balance the sin of "vengeance" against the virtue of "forgiveness." They will even call Gieseking—as a certain New York cleric did in his sermon—"an average German, vain enough to desire the plaudits of his countrymen and of their government, even ii it was Nazi." Gieseking is the artist who was forced to return to Germany when pressure was brought upon the State Department by national Jewish bodies who proved Gieseking was identified with the Nazi regime. We know what tolerance means because we have been the greatest victims of intolerance. We know the scorch of the fires of hate because six million of our brethren have been made its victims. We know full well the meaning of forgiveness because our neighbors have not forgiven us a crime alleged to have been committed almost two thousand years ago by a number of Jews. We, more than those who weep over Germany's fate, know the meaning of "love thy neighbor as thyself" because over the centuries we had nothing but hate from our neighbors who borrowed our precept and incorporated it into their faith. We know what is right and WTong, what is just and unjust, what is moral and immoral because our inheritance comes from the Prophets and the men of God. The glib tongues and smooth pens may turn out high-sounding notes and fine phrases. But they cannot drown out the facts. If those gentlemen really want to get a picture of the "average German" let them read the report of Dr. William Haber, retiring Advisor on Jewish Affairs to the U.S. command in Europe. There they will read, whether to their dismay or gratification, that Germany is a cesspool of anti-Semitism, that the country of Hitler is blessed with blood libel rumors, that poor, beaten, dismembered Germany is reeking with "obvious public antagonism nascent days must give way to sober about economic, financial and industrial lems. In politics and diplomacy one deal men and the asset of flexibility can alwa **i practjJ counted upon as a rescuing factor when ing impasse is reached. But in the field of against the Jews" with whom they come in contact, that the DP's fear anti-Jewish "acts" the moment the occupation forces withdraw. Forgiveness is, ineed, a sublime virtue where the transgressor shows even the slightest evidence of repentance. But to forgive the criminal who stands over his dead victim, ready to pour more bullets into the body the minute the policeman turns his head, is either sheer stupidity or else deliberate viciousness of a type that is not so really hard to understand. The Problem Ahead With all indications pointing to an early settlement of the political and military issues emerging from the rise of Israel, the time has come to pause and give serious thought to the construction and reconstruction problems the new state must face in the days ahead. The miracle of government and diplomacy which saved Israel from strangulation in its state operation there is only one appra^ J of cold calculation. Let there be no mistake. To hold a huge pc !" ]. \ tion in the small territory which ia Israel^ present a challenging problem. To construct economy providing sustenance to the people" 1 the land may not be an insurmountable taik M certainly not an easy one. But neither is it a to* that Israel will be able to carry alone, with !" help from abroad. Homes must be built for tens of thousands wh axe now without real homes and for the tens i thousands whose early entry to the country S anticipated. Roads must be constructed. Schook hospitals and government offices must be bui Foreign credit must be established. An ann navy and air force must be maintained. Much 5I the land must still be reclaimed, fertilized QQJ made inhabitable. Industry must be developed. A financial structure must be established. That the spirit which is Jewish genius will prevail over the hardships and travail still \m ahead there can be no doubt But there is, how-! ever, the immediate problem—the problem of creating the funds which would enable Israel to hurdle the early difficulties. The American lorn I will help. Other loans to come from other com. tries will help too. But the country is young and its credit is necessarily limited. Before Israel t comes a well-knitted state in every sense of tin word it would be idle to expect foreign invested to sink huge hums in the new state. True, as Israel grows and produces its credit will become ahanced. But until then there is only one count ahead—for the Jews of the world, and particularly of America, to dedicate themselves to the financial economic and industrial reconstruction of Israel and to lift Israel's burden in receiving the tens d I thousands knocking at its doors. We must gird I ourselves to make Israel an economic and in-J dustrial and financial reality even as we helped^ making it a political reality. Israeli Strong Man Answers Charges Following a statement issued Jewish youth in Israel. To that last week by Arthur Lourie, I er.d, he has organized a corporaCor.su'. Ger.eral of Israel, contion under the laws of New York. cerning solicitation of fur.es by Raphael Halpern on behalf of a physical training center in Israel. Mr. Halpem asked that he be given the opportunity to be heard Harry Simonhoff of The Jewish Floridian editorial staff interviewed the "Strong Man of Israel. Mr Simonhoffa comments follow. By HARRY SIMONHOFF After an interview with Raphael Halpern "t.-.e strong man of Israel" I felt distressed. Here I sensed the basic weakness in Jewish intransigence. Too much individualism versus the discipline which is essential to the organized life in any state. Mr. Halpern. a muscular youth of 25 years, gives the impression of honesty. He professes a devout orthodoxy, although he exudes plenty of ego and personal ambition. He wants to establish a Physical Culrur* Institute devoted to the athletic upbuilding of the +Jmist fkrkf&n Published every Fnaay cine* 177 i>y Tht Jewish Floridian at 130 N S£ Sixth Street. Miami f -d in matter July 4. 1W0. at the Pest Office ef Miami, Fia.. under the Act of March i. 1s7s. The Jewish Floridian haa abeortMd •be Jewish Unity and the Jewleh Weekly. Member ef the Jewish Telegrsphic Aoeney, Seven Arts Feature Syndlcete, Worldwide Nnri Service. Nathonal Editorial Aeseclatlen, Amsrlcan Association ef English. Jewish Newseaoere. Florida Press Association and shows a group of sponsors and directors, some of them notable people. Under the American system, he has the constitutional right to form such an organization. It would seem that the State Israel should ignore this display of rugged individualism. But Consul General Arthur Lourie has issued public statements condemning Halpern's private enterprise as not sponsored by his government. He further alleges that "the only physical center under Palestine auspices in Israel 15 the Wingate Training Center.' 1 He orders the strong mar." back to the army. Mr. Halpern shows a Hebrew permit issued during April, 1948. m which he was authorized by the Haganah leadership to leave Palestine. He accuses the "Labor Party" of trying to pressure him to come into their ranks. He savs they would give him full support if he would cooperate with the party in power. The incident has several unforunate aspects. By American tandards. the state should not prevent private initiative. But it Rabbi Mescheloff To Address Meeting Of Hadassah Group Israeli Stars To Appear In Miami The bi-monthly meeting of the Henrietta Szold Group of Hadassah will take place at the McAlpin Hotel. 1424 Ocean Dr., Monday at 8:30 p.m., Mrs. Nathan Israel, pressidor.t, has announced. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will be guest speaker. His topic will be "Glory Road." a discussion of the past, present and future of the Negev section of Israel. Rabbi Mescheloff is chairman of the zoning commission of the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami; vice chairman of the Zionist Emergency Council of Greater Miami; treasurer of the Greater Miami Youth Commis-, sion and youth activities chair' man of the Miami Beach Zionist District. M, Samuel Gewirtz, Jewish National Fund chairman, will report on the progress of her worrk 1 within the group. Mrs. John Starr membership chairman, will report on the number of new members enrolled by her committee. Israelite Center To Receive Scroll Shoshana Damari, Joseph Goland and Mosheh Wilensky entertainers from Israel, who are in the United States on a good will concert tour, arrived in Miami this week. Their first concert was held 13616 S.W. 24th Terr. at the Roney Plaza Hotel where I On the program will be RaNx they were enthusiastically received by the hundreds of guests present. During A scroll of the Torah will be presented to the Israelite Cente Sunday night at 7:30 at the Miami Y by Meyef Stein in memory i his wife, the late Dora Stein, I SUBSCRIPTION One Year Two Years RATES: UJO is.ee FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher Telephone* 2-1141—24212 OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Volume 22 Number 6 FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 11. 1949 SHEVAT 12, 5709 is even more distressing why a To Hear Rabbi Shapiro Rabbi Max Shapiro, who %  cently returned from a tour person of Mr. Halpern's apparent j lcra,i with his government This touches the sensitive nerve of Jewish individualism. The lack of discipline has been responsible for the long drawn out tragedy of the Galut. It is a great pitv tha a splendid man like Mr. Halpern cannot subordinate his personal ambitions for the common welfare. Unwittingly, he is doing his bit to weaken the prestige and dignity of the newly born IsraelState, that is still in swaddling clothes. We would be happv to see Mr. Halpern place his huge strength, his religious fervor, and his organizing talents at the disposal of the government m hood Wednesday at 130 r tre Talmud Torah. Rabbi ShapiMedinas Israel. A telegram dated Feb. 7 from i" ; mp ?? ) Sl & !" Colonel Bernazi Military Attache to Israeli delgation. Washington, stated Raphael Halpern is not auhorized to engage ir. anv actovmes for or in behalf of anv ment He has beer, repeatedlv ordered to active militarv duty but has not responded." The Klat? 8 V" addressed to Morns Klass, Greater Miami Jewish Federation—Editor. Max Shapiro. Rabbi Murray Grauer and Cantor Maurice Manches. who will be accompany by Joseph Schreibman. Norman Lyons will serve as chairman Refreshments will be served The public is invited. Jack Finkelstein is in charge of all arrangements. MizrachTfoMart Jewish Arbor Day In commemoration of the Jj Israel parliament and the am Arbor Day to be celebrated sm the creation of Israel, a mala malke under the •PfJ Men's Chapter, Miami Beach ID ;, .>... %  —rachi, will'be held tomorrow e ning at 8:30 at the T.des 9* 1220 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach i-ening %  ill the week .they also appeared at the White House, Marseilles, New Yorker and the Ritz Plaza hotels. The popular Israeli artists are appearing tomorrow night in Havana before the mayor of the city and the president of Cuba, and on Sunday they will return to Miami Beach to continue their concert tour in the leading hotels. Coming to this country directly from the Palestine fighting fronts, tr.e stars are appearing in a program entitled: "Israel Fights, Sings and Smiles," and their only public appearance will be at the Municipal Auditorium, Biscayne at Fifth St., under the joint sponsorship of the Palestine Pioneers Foundation and the National Sick Fund of Palestine on Wednesday at 8:45 p.m. Shoshana Damari is known as the Sweetheart of Palestine, and Joseph Goland is the most popular musical comedy star, Mosheh Wilensky i S Israel's favorite composer whose songs are sung by Israeli soldiers and civilians alike. During their short visit in the United States they have appeared m the large cities with such stars as Jan Peere and in each city they were called back lor a return visit WorkrniriTcircle Groups To Present Film Proaram 1 presiui'in ui *• %  • •nu g r .f movies including extend greetings. Hoi, I 1 e t r ^ nS ""* '"The services the Sisterhood— JJM sSSr. n l^ SUrring Frank R bbi Sh *P ir 8t *? Sfrah 1 Sinatra, will be shown Tuesday bat in the Talmud Torah^ 1 Lyceum L 2 J* Women's Alex StiebeL present* Lyceum, 1545 S.W3rd St I man of the Oneg Shabb* A feature of the ey---be a discussion of problems *n beset Israel on the eve 01 openi ng of the fu stjariuaa Beth David ToWS** Rabbi Shapiro at S*ryfc* Congregation Beth Dav' officiaUy welcome home IJJTJ ual leader, Rabb. Max W who recently returned from of Israel, tonight at 8:15 at synagogue The rabbi will give a series of talks on through Israel. Murray the fir** h is s£ president of the <££% m will hoof



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[ pRiDAY. FEBRUARY 11. 1949 Jew's!? nuridHimn PAGE THREE Mrs. S. C. Myers Makes Report On W'Ka re Agency Public assistance grants paid from state and federal funds to Florida's needy aged and blind persons and to dependent children amounted to $3,414,830.50 in January, according to Mrs. Stanley C Myers, who is chairman of District No. 9 Welfare Board. This is an increase of $41,418.50 over the month of December. The number of assistance cases increased 906 from 83,557 to 84,463. In addition to disbursing the assistance funds to those found eligible, the State Welfare agency carried out a number of other services to citizens throughout the state. Surplus commodities were distributed to schools and other institutions, child welfare services were provided children needing special services, and wherever possible efforts were made to assist older persons to become rehabilitated. Mrs. Myers said that in Dade County assistance grants totaled $188,232 as compared with $185,69250 in December, and represented 4549 families. The needy aged received $153,479 as compared with $151,599.50 the preceding month; the needy blind $5,957.50. as against $5,913; and dependent children $28,795.50, compared to $28,220 in December. Ilillel Chapter H'nai B'rith Girls Installs Officers Anita Cogen has been installed as the president of the Hillel Chapter, B'nai B'rith Girls at ceremonies held last week at the Garden Restaurant in Miami. Guest of honor at the affair was Miss Enid Minsk, national vice president of the B'nai B'rith girls organization, who served as installing officer. Others who took office were: Helen Spellmen, vice president; Audrey Newmark, treasurer; Cleo Brenner, recording secretary; Flora Seltman, corresponding secretary; and Renee Pearl and Sylvia Milgrim, sergenats-at-arms. Maxine Gerstenteld was elected and installed as publicity chairman. Mrs. Arnold Lewis, a member of B'nai B'rith Women's Chapter, will act as the adviser for the group. The organization holds weekly meetings at Hillel House, 3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd. in Coral Gables. Lillian Ellif Weds Herbert I. Rosen Lillian Ellif, daughter of Mrs. Harry Ellif, Sefton Park, Liverpool, England, and the late Mr. Ellif, became the bride of Herbert I. Rosen, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Rosen, Revere Beach, Mass., last Thursday evening at the home of Rabbi Irving Lehrman. For the ceremony the bride chose a white satin gown cut on Grecian lines and trimmed with white embroidery. She carried a bouquet of white orchids. Mrs. Barnett Carven was the bride's only attendant and Mr. Carven served as best man. Mrs. Rosen attended schools in England and Switzerland and is manager of Mario's Beauty Salon, Lincoln Road. Her husband recently came from Los Angeles and is in the liquor business here. Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the Hyde Park Hotel. The newlyweds are honeymooning at Hotel Nacional in Havana. 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 This replica of a poster oy Ezexiel Schloss, depicting the continuity of Jewish music from ancient times to the present, is being distributed—along with other program aids—by the National Jewish Music Council to the 321 Jewish Community Centers affiliatetd with the National Jewish Welfare Board (JWB). synagogues, fraternal and cultural groups, to aid them in observing Jewish Music Festival to be held in this country and abroad, from Feb. 12th to March 15th. The National Jewish Music Council, sponsored by the JWB, strives through the medium of the Festival "to encourage interest and participation in Jewish musical activities on a community basis." Mrs. Frank Cohen is chairman of the Music Council, which is composed of 54 national Jewish organizations. Fraternity Women's Club Mama London To Hollywood B'nai B'rith To Cejwin Camps Post "ADL Night" will be sponsored jointly by the B'nai B'rith Lodge and B'nai B'rith Youth Organization of Hollywood Wednesday evening at the Hollywood Jewish Community Center. Gilbert J. Balkin will be the guest speaker. Balkin's topic will be "Bigotry Knows No Boundaries." His talk will be followed by the showing of the film "Impact for Democracy," describing the organization and program of the AntiDefamation League. Program Chairmen Louis Charnow of the lodge and Morton Reiss of the youth group are in charge of arrangements. tables Women To Sponsor Show Talented students of the University of Miami will be featured in a variety show to be sponsored by the Coral Gables B'nai B'rith Women Wednesday at 8:15 p.m. at the Coral Gables Women's Club. Program will include monologues, vocal selections and instrumental solos. Honored guests invited to the affair are Mrs. Sam Silver, president of the State Federation of Women's Chapters, and Milton A. Friedman, president of the Florida Federation of B'nai B'rith lodges. A report will be given by Mrs. Arnold Lewis, advisor of the BBG Hillel Group, concerning the work of a new B'nai B'rith young women's unit in the Coral Gables area. Mrs. Nathan Bloom will preside. To Sponsor Card Party The Women's League of Phi Epsilon Pi fraternity, Alpha Iota Chapter, will hold a card party Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock at the Hillel House. 3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Hostesses will include: Mrs. Louis Newman, chairman, the Mesdames Charlotte Haas, Victor Levine, Lewis Jacobson, Sidney Adler, Lewis Fisher, Jerry Braz, David Epper, Graham Freed. The league held a reception Monday following University of Miami commencement exercises in honor of the members of the fraternity who were graduating, their families and friends. The affair took place in the home of Mrs. Ida Optner, 2353 S.W. 24th Terr U A Graduates who were honored included Herb Fisher, Sherman Ellis, Michael Klarfield, Murray Goldberger and Herman Gi ayson. Assisting Mrs. Optner were the Mesdames Leslie Jacobson, GraIham Freed, Sidney Adler, Lou j Philips, Dave Epper and Victor Levine. Miami Auxiliary To Home For Aged Will Give Tea Miami Ladies Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged will entertain members and friends at its annual membership tea Tuesday, February 22, at 1:30 p.m. m the Beth El auditorium. Mrs. Nat Katz is chairman of the affair. On her committee are the Mesdames Irving Hirsch, Sidney Covner, Ethel Burnstein and Rose Pertes. Join Summer Brides Mr. and Mrs. Aaron London of Brooklyn, N. Y., announce the engagement of their daughter, Marcia, to Sherman Freedman of Miami Beach, son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice J. Freedman, of Baltimore, Md. Miss London attended school at Brooklyn College, Columbia University and the University of Wisconsin. Mr. Freedman attended school in Baltimore, served as a staff officer with the U. S. Maritime Service for forty-six months during the war and is now engaged in the wholesale liquor business in Florida. The couple plans to be married in New York in early March and will make their home in Miami Beach. Hadassah Card Party Miami Beach Group of Hadassah will hold a card party Thursday at 11 a.m. at the Colony Restaurant, 211 22nd St., Miami Beach. Reservations may be had by calling Mrs. Fred Jonas, chairman. Refreshments will be served. Mount Pleasant Convalescent Home HAS BEEN COMPLETELY RENOVATED And is Now Under the Personal Supervision of: RUTH WEISS, R. N. EUGENE WEISS, Pod. 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FRID AY, FEBRUABV 11, 1 949 ySvolnvites Noted Historian Here The Greater Miami Committee of the Yiddish Scientific Institute fVjvo) has invited a lecturer and authority on Jewish history, Dr. Jacob Shatzky, to Miami. A member of the executive board of the yivo the historian has published m any books and monographs. The second volume of his "History of the Jews in Warsaw" appeared Dr. Jacob Shatzky recently under the Yivo imprint. Several private and public functions have been planned in honor of Dr. Shatzky during his stay here. At a public reception to be held on February 25 at 8 p.m. at the Workmen's Circle Lyceum, 25 Washington Ave., Dr. Shatzky will speak on the "Goal and Achievements of the Yivo." Brocha Skulnick, soprano, will present a program of Yiddish songs. Refreshments will be served. On Sunday, February 27, at 7:30 p.m., at the Lyceum, Dr. Shatzky will deliver a lecture on the subject "The Last Thousand Years in Jewish History." Home For Aged Group To Hold Membership Tea Martha Redding, pianist and vocalist, will be featured entertainer at the membership tea to be given by the Miami Beach Auxiliary to the IJewish Home for [the Aged at the Monte Carlo Ho[tel, Collins Ave. at 65th St., Miami Beach, |Tuesday, F e b ruary 22, at 1 p. m. Other participants in the program will be: Martha ReddiuflLuba Ray, accordionist, who will sing and play Palestinian songs, and Joseph Brunelli, formerly with the Boston Opera Company and the Chicago Civic Opera, who will sing several numbers. Mr. Brunelli and Miss Redding will conclude the musicale with r'uets. Mrs. Benjamin Appel and Mrs. H. Danziger are chairmen of the event. Refreshments will be served and any member bringing one or more new members is eligible to attend. At a meeting of the executive board of the auxiliary held February 1, the resignation of Mrs. Benjamin Sherry, president, was accepted. Mrs. Benjamin Appel, first vice president, automatically became president. "It is with deep regret that we accept the resignation of Mrs. Sherry," the board announced, "and this group will always be grateful to her for her contributions to our old people. Her inspiring leadership will be long remembered by those of us who worked with her." Jr. Hadassah Will Present Draper, Adler In Concert The Miami Beach Unit of Junior Hadassah will present Larry Adler, harmonica virtuoso, and Paul Draper, the man who tap dances the classics, in a recital Thursday evening, February 24, at 8:30 at the Miami Municipal auditorium, 5th St. and Biscayne Blvd. Proceeds of this affair will go to the Meier Shfeyah Orphaned Children's Village in Israel, according to Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz, chairman of the concert. The village houses over 700 orphaned children and is supported solely by funds raised through Junior Hadassah. Assisting Mrs. Soltz with the affair are Frieda Ankus, tickets; Natalie Samnuels, ushers; and Rhoda Caidin, publicity. Those appearing on various radio programs to further the sale of tickets will be Mrs. Alex Van Straaten, senior advisor to Junior Hadassah, Toby Cooper, president, and Mrs. Soltz. Tickets are priced at $1.80, $2.40, S3.00 and $3.60. Patron seats are $5.00. Tickets are on sale at Amidon's in Coral Gables, Byron's, Sak's Fifth Avenue, Condave's Music Shop, Beach Radio Shop and at Burdine's on the mezzanine on February 12 and February 19. For information; concerning tickets call Mrs. Alex Van Straaten at 58-6767. PAGE THIRTEEN Daughters Of Israel Elect New Officers At a meeting of the Daughters of Israel held Monday night at the Hotel Helene the following officers were elected: Mrs. Blanche Schechter, president; Mrs. Blanche Kagen, vice president; Mrs. Dora Reinhardt, treasurer; Mrs. Rose Laucr, corresponding secretary, Mrs. Lottie Cement, recording secretary. Plans were discussed for the banquet to be given in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Reinhardt, which will take place March 6 at 7 p.m. at the Hotel Helene. Newly elected officers will be installed at the affair. All who wish to purchase tickets are asked to call Mrs. Blanche Schechter at the Hotel Helene, 1030 15th St., phone 5-5785. Price of ticket is $10 which includes membership for one year. Miami Y Forum Set For Monday The February monthly forum of the Miami YM-YWHA will be held Monday evening at 8:15 at the Y. Forum topic will be "The President's Civil Rights Program —Does Miami Need It?" Malcolm Ross, former director of the Federal Employment Practices commission of Miami during the war years and Gus Jacobson, executive director of the Beach Y, will present the positive aspects of the issue. Edward Gaylor, associated with station WVCG, and James Kytle Williams, local attorney, will take the negative view. Movie Workshop To Meet The motion picture workshop of the Coral Gables Jewish Center will meet Tuesday at 7:45 p.m. at 617 Palermo Ave., Director Robert Bergman announces. James Melton Wi Appear In Concert James Melton, tenor of the Metropolitan Opera Company, will appear with the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra Sunday afternoon at 4:30 and Monday evening at 8:30 at the Miami High School auditorium. Melton, who is an alumnus of the University of Florida, will sing arias from Mozart's "The Magic Flute," Delibes' "Lakme," Massenet's "Manon," and Puccini's "Tosca." The orchestra, under the direction of Modeste Alloo, will play Beethoven's Symphony No. 3 and Richard Strauss' 'Don Juan." Symphony tickets are available at the University Symphony office, main campus; downtown ticket office at 340 S.E. 1st St.; Cordelia's Book Shop; Amidon's Music stores; and the Miami Beach Radio Shop. Balkin To Speak Gilbert J. Balkin will address the regular meeting of the Miami Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce Monday at 8 p.m. at the Anglers' Club, Miami Beach, Marvin Kimmel, president, has announced. Balkin's subject will be "Making Democracy Work." Edward T. Newman is in charge of the program. Tamara Games Party The Tamara Chapter of Mizrachi will sponsor games parties Tuesday and Wednesday evening at 8:30 at the Park Central Hotel, 6th St. and Ocean Dr., Miami Beach, according to an announcement by Mrs. Israel Slotsky, ways and means chairman. The public is invited to attend. Boubiere To Address Sholem Luncheon Today John A. Boubiere, Jr., attorney and president of the South Kingsway Negro Housing Project, will be guest speaker at the Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith luncheon today at 12:15 at the Downtowner Restaurant. His topic will be "The Developer's Viewpoint of the Negro Housing Project in Coconut Grove." Burnett Roth, program chairman, will introduce the speaker. To My Gracious and Highly Esteemed Friends: I can eternally indebted for the honor bestowed upon me by your faith, your effort and your vote in the legislative race. Even in losing there is glory when honored by the work and good wishes of friends and acquaintances resulting in a highly creditable showing. To one and alL please accept my grateful and sincere thanks. SIDNEY L SEGALL SAUL KENH0LZ From Miami Beach serving Jewry for more than 20 years and Miami's oldtimer in the Kosher Meat business, well known for his unquestioned record of Kashrus announces that he will open a KOSHER MARKET in Coral Gables for all Greater Miami Residents Located at 2632 Ponce de Leon Blvd. (Corner Almeria Avenue) Kenholz Kosher Market as in the past is open to every lew in Miami to come in at any time and investigate that our Meats are strictly Kosher. Serving the finest of strictly Kosher Meats, Poultry and Sinai 48 Meats and Delicatessen Products. WATCH FOR GRAND OPENING (I will have FREE Delivery anywhere in Greater Miami for my old customers and friends.) SiM-lis Is Head i >f lleth El PTA Milton Sachs was chosen president of the Beth El PTA at a recent election meeting in the Beth El auditorium. Other officers include Mrs. Ernest Chernoff, vice president; Mrs. Edward Schwartz, treasurer; Mrs. Rae Fronie, recording secretary; and Mrs. Morris Apner, corresponding secretary. Oscar Rappaport will head the constitution committee; Ernest Chernoff and Irwin Kwall are cochairmen of the house committee; and Rabbi Murray Grauer, RapPaport, Chernoff, Cantor Milton Freedman, Mr. Kimmel and Sachs will serve on the educational committee. T.ie program committee will be under the direction of the Mesaames Milton Sachs, Ernest Chernoff anod M. Cantor. The Mesdames Irwin Kwall and Kravitz "lfl be in charge of membership. At the next meeting to be held Tuesday evening at 8:15 p.m the Beth El PTA will complete final details for outfitting the children's library. "Israel Fights, Sings and Smiles yj COME TO WELCOME ISRAEL'S FAMOUS STARS: SIIOSIIA \ 1 DAMARI Sweetheart of Eretx Israel JOSEPH GOLAND Israeli Musical Comedy Star MOSIII II WILENSKY Israel's Favorite Composer at the MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM BISCAYNE AT 5th ST.. MIAMI ON WEDNESDAY, FEB. 16th, 8:45 P.M. ff SALUTE TO ISRAEL" program SPONSORED BY THE PALESTINE PIONEERS FOUNDATION AND THE NATIONAL SICK FUND OF PALESTINE Tt k to can be obtained at the Municipal Auditorium. Miami, and Andron's Crest HoteL Miami Beach. Admission: $1.20. SI.80—Tax incL



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PAGE TWELVE 9-JenistFhridiaiii FRIDAY, FEBRUARY U 1949 < POSITION WANTED By Young Woman as Companion or Nursemaid. Also Baby Sitting. References if Desired Will sleep in or oul Phone 82-1347 FOR SALE WEARING APPAREL Leaving Miami must sell ladies' dresses, suits, etc. Sizes 14-16-18. good condition, very reasonable. Phone 5-3246. 511 15th Street Miami Beach. Apt. 5. GIVE B'nai B'rith FUND DRIVE AID TO ISRAEL DR. SIDNEY H. MOSS Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted and Repaired Phone 48-6535 2250 S. W. 8lh Street Opposite Garden Restaurant EXIT LONELINESS FIND HAPPINESS NOW JOIN THE CIRCLE CLUB Chamber of Commerce Building 141 N. E 3rd Ave.. Room 501 PHONE 2-6242 Open 1 p.m. to 9 p.m. WRITE P. 0. BOX 3468 Gartenberg 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, taught by Cuban Native Lawyer Tel. 32 6901 and 82-4335 NILO C. REGOJO 107 N. E. 1st Ave., Room 225 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 INVESTMENT ADVISER For Advice Regarding Stocks and Bonds Listed on the New York Stock Exchange. NATHAN ABRAHAM P. O. Box 1922 Miami 11. Fie. WOMAN AGED 45—DIVORCED European Background Would like to contact middleaged gentleman. Businessman preferred. Write Y. H. Box 2973, Miami 18 JEWISH MEN SHOULD BE INTERESTED Attractive blonde widow from New York, now residing in Florida: College graduate, very fine social background, excellent hoiten, buii. nets ability. Desires to meet gen. tlemen of similar background over 40, Brunette widow, 51, from Penn. sylvania, wishes friends. Will marry. Good substantial citizen. rhildren all married. Only bom. fide persons will b interviewed by me. CLARA LANE Friendship Center, Inc. 49 N.E. 2nd Street Opp. Telephone Company Phone For Appointment 82-3065 Open 10 A.M. to 8 P.M. Hebrew Academy To Hold Operetta Over 70 students of the Hebrew Academy will participate in the operetta. "Rumpelstiltzken," and in an original musical presentation commemorating Chamisha Oser B"shevat Thursday evening at 8 o'clock at the Hebrew Academy Auditorium, 918 6th St., Miami Beach. The operetta, written by Berta ELsmith, is one of a series which has been presented by the children of the academy during the current school year. The entire production will be under the personal direction of Miss Edna Sachs, noted musical and dramatics director. The special musical presentation commemorative of the first Arbor Day of the new state of Israel has "been arranged by Joshua Stadlan and Joseph Schreibman. Stage scenery has been executed under the direction of Mrs. Donald Eanett, director of department of arts and crafts in the Hebrew Academy. Participating in the program will be Dr. David S. Andron. president of the school, and Sol L. Sugarman, principal. Th* pupils participating in operetta Include): Michael SIl Ophra Chill, M'lsha Shapiro, Bruce Shoulson, Sandy Andron, Joseph ...i •: Edwin r.lnsbrrg. Ei>hram Mescheloff, Barbara Burrts. Beati Raphael, Roae Herman. Sheila Hul'ler, Carol 8llverbe>rs, 'ar'le Serody, Ri chelle Filed, Beatrice Rich, Rita Kloner, Iv.nna Makovsky, Ronnli Fried, Nuaalc Latter, Allan Sugarman, Ira Shaiiir,'. .Minna Kagan. Valeri,Mamchea, Jay Makox sky, Billy Telly, Seymoui Spelter, Michael Rubier and Sydne) Shapiro Workmen's Circle To Hold Concert On Sunday, February 20, at 8:30 p.m., the Workmen's Circle and Women's Club, Branch 692, will present a concert of Yiddish songs, ballads and poems. Participating artists will be Miss Brocha Skulnick, nationally known soprano, Miss Rose Shushano, European actress and columnist, and Miss Claire Waishaw, 'cellist with the University of Miami symphony orchestra. Miss Anyuta Melicov will be at the piano. Miss Skulnick received her training both in Europe and in the United States and also is an interpreter of folk ballads in Yiddish, Hebrew, Russian, and English. Miss Shushano has for many years appeared in the theatres of European cities. She is noted for her recitations of Yiddish poems. A newspaperwoman, Miss Shushano writes a daily column lor the Jewish Forward. The concert will take place at the new Workmen's Circle Lyceum, 25 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, Obituaries SAMUEL KARPF Age IS, formerly ••: Miami B,n Beach. N. V : a <-r.-bral hemorrhage. He was a 3:nd I'egree Mason and an active workei in B nai Bmh. both in Miami Beach and lyingbea.-h. He is aurvived b\ his wife, Gertrude; one dajglitrr'. l'hyllis: one son. JeroinC. MRS. REIN*. ZITRON Of 3316 S W. -4th St.. passed anai Saturday morning. She is one of the organizers ol the Israelite Center. Survivors Include her husband, Isaac three daughters, Sarah Sch^ssoerg' Lleanor Salvage, Betty Zltron; one son, Samuel, four grandchildren ServIces were held at Riverside Memorial Chapel with burial in Mt. Nebo. WIDOW — AGED 50 Interested in meeting gentleman up to 60. Established man preferred. Write H. R. Box 2973. Miami 18, Fla. R a hr? V M c? f lhe Greater Miami Jewish community welcomed William D. Singer and fno! M 8X Sh T r and Leon Kronish, who returned from a three-week tour of Israel. Sunday mornat, J^Tu 9 Res,aurant At th m. the trio vividly described their experiences in tht u>L~ connL K are J p,cture chronicling some of their activities. In the upper left corner i. • rerunsChie *S Il u St lhe Raananah Inunigration Center January 23. Below the Miami delegation M mster ELZP ,c ," 9 D V** n-Xt UTel (,rom L to r '> ** K' oni h ***** with "T* uarv ll RahrT^ ? %  '• Pre dent Chaim Weilman h ballot in the first Israel election ft* M's?„ 0 e Sr 0 ,; 1 ? Mr Behar *'•* of G*n.l of Immigration. In the next level (from U count a! ivL ,TH Crl L Cker Ch ^ m&n f the Jewi Agency in Jerusalem: another refurnishtatvtaw ^T^ lm *Wt*ion Center. In the lower left corner. Rabbi. Shapiro and maTam, I„ th T W U SS SOldiert Wh Came t0 "• f nd d relative, among the new .• z^Msi:; 9 corner -* %  d eie9ation aik w ith M i j udith B uin o i U JA a nd F ottm NATIONAL V ou 'v HEART -FEBRUARY ^fr.N'-vV' 1421. 1949 *fy|n ^ WEEK Miami Heart A-oclation. e5 ]lilnbu Ho „ u ^~ The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH The Only Community-Wide Kaahruth Association Participating Agency of the GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION Organised by the following Congregations and their RaM**Miami Beach Jewish Community Center—Rabbi I. Lehrman Temple Beth Sholom—Rabbi L. Kronish Heth El Congregation—Rabbi M. Grauer Beth David Congregation—Rabbi M. Shapiro Congregation Beth Tfilah—Rabbi J. E. Rackovsky „ Announces that our Director. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.JJJ •r wer all questions appertaining to Kashruth in ths Greater w-.~ eVE' "I 1 ddr *" 1 • Michigan Avenue, phone 5-3W H=rry Slrkin, Pres. H. Sootin. S^' 1 A M. Bear. Vice Pre*. S. Lobel, T*s



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LAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1949 +Jewish FkrkJton PAGE FIVE (tockdale, Gordon >t For Runoff n the first Democratic primary the state legislature heldi Monty Businessman Grant Stock1 piled up a convincing lead L will still have to face Atfrney J F ritz Go rdon in a run \i election February 18. I Only H,323 persons—or eight L cent of Dade County's total Lustration of 174,392—particiWd in both the Democratic and lepublican primaries. |M. Duncan Held won the Reublican nomination by edging u t Gerald Schwartz 298 to 284. e ]d will face the winner in the emocratic runoff in the March 1 tneral election. Istockdale received 4,422 votes ^,r 30 per cent of the Democratic ote Gordon came in second with 887 votes. Third man in the race (as Hayes Wood, who tallied 1,71 votes. Wood was followed by kidney Segall with 1,461. Jack lehoe was fifth with a total of [,044 votes. Other Democratic candidates, in der, were Norman Lyons, 830; ,. Llovd Knight, 637; James E. [bras, 434; Walter A. Coleman, H; Noah C Tyler, 317; Jack M. urncr. 223; Frances Warriner, [83; Carroll S. Shaw, 153; Fred Hunt, 75. Miami Hebrew School Congregation To Sponsor Package Party, Purim Ball The Sisterhood of the Miami man and Louis Sorosky are in Hebrew School and Congregation is planning a package party to be held Sunday evening, February 20, at 8 p.m. in the dining room of the building at 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Mrs. Harry Steinbach is chairman for the evening. Auctioneers will be Max Jacobskind, H. M. Drewich, Edward L. Becker and Sam Kostoff. The Mesdames Benjamin Sokoloff, Herman Needelcharge of refreshments. Admismission is a package which will be auctioned off during the evening. A short musical program is being arranged. Proceeds from this affair will go towards the building fund. Plans are now under way for the fourth annual Purim ball of the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation which will be held Sunday evening, March 13, at the Old Frolics Club, 1306 N.E. Bay Shore PL William Weintraub is the chairman of the affair. Assisting Weintraub ate Mrs. Wm. Weintraub and Mrs. Joseph Schwadron, tickets; Mrs. Edward L. Becker, journal; Mrs. Herbert Feldan and Mrs. Max Jacobskind, entertainment; Herbert Feldan, music; Mrs. Harry Steinbach, flowers; Mrs. Ben Sokoloff and Mrs. Herman Needelman, refreshments; Hershey Glantz, prizes. Manny Gates and his orchestra will furnish music for dancing. Proceeds from this affair will also go towards completing the school and building. Fraternal Order Dance The Jewish Peoples Fraternal )rder, Branch 357 will sponsor a jiusicale and dance Sunday evening at the Odd Fellows Hall, 215 I.W. 4th St. Participants in the program frill be Donald Kaplan, tenor; Rita Buckstel, lyric soprano; Alex )rucker, flutist. Dancing will follow the procram. Refreshments will be Served. [ Women's Board Meets A board meeting of the Miami %  Bead. Chapter, B'nai B'rith Wornlen took place yesterday afternoon %  at the home of Mrs. Morris J. IColdin, 4233 Royal Palm Ave., %  Miami Beach. Yitzchufcel Adler Child Cantor To Conduct Services Child cantor, Yitzchukel Adler, student of a New York Yeshiva, will chant the religious services tonight and tomorrow morning at Congregation Beth Jacob. The twelve year old liturgical singer who is making a tour of the major cities throughout the country has been acclaimed by critics and public for the excellent range and vibrant quality of his voice. Accompanied by Nathan Abramowitz and a choir, Cantor Yitzchukel will present a concert Sunday evening at 8:30 at the synagogue. Tickets may be obtained at the synagogue office. Soprano To Appear Shura Langer, soprano, will appear in a program of Yiddish, Hebrew, Russian and English songs tomorrow night at 8 o'clock at the Hotel Edwards, Miami Beach. 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HDAY, FE BRUARY 11, 1949 vJewist) Fkridi&r PAGE FIFTEEN 'nai B'rith To Hold bate Convention In fclilton A. Friedman, president T tlu Florida State Federation of Li B'rith Lodges, has anfunccd plans for the 13th annual Lr Mitzvah" state convention of trida B'nai B'rith Lodges to be Ud in Havana, Cuba, May 6, 7 I j p [Participating will be 19 men's decs and 12 women's lodges Uprising more than 3500 B'nai rith members in the state of jorida. A record attendance is | i a t the first state convenhn to be held outside the conbental limits of the United ates. Headquarters for the three day Lion arc officially announced th e Nacional Hotel, with the rst official session scheduled to held on board the liner S.S. londa on the evening of May 5. [Highlit t.s of the convention U] include a tour of the Havana jjhtclubs, shopping excursions, a Lnquet and dance at the Sans Lei, sightseeing tours, a trip to lorro Cattle, luncheons, two inrmal dances on board ship and today evening services at the Lr.ple in Havana. |Accordiny to Mr. Friedman, reyvations are now being accepted a fust come, first served" Isis with early patrons receiving loiie accommodations on the fomenade deck of the S.S. FlorTotal tee for the four day ivention is $85 per person dich includes registration fee, ; and tips, as well as two nights | the Nacional Hotel; two dances the boat; two luncheons, banket and dance at Nacional Hotel; lilton Abrams Ipens Own Office | Milton Abrams, a member of American Institute of Archill i formerly associated with firm of Henry Hohauser and ai.nnunces the estabIhmetii cf independent offices general practice of archiCture at the Linjay Building, 235 Incoln Road, Miami Beach. [Abrams, who is an honor gradof Pittsburgh high schools, Ceivi his architectural degree University of Florida. He his early training in the fice of the late Fred A. Heninch in St. Augustine and aspted in the design of the famous arincland Studios. Later he beatsociated with the office of Dhauser, where he was employed ntil the outbreak of World War 13th Annual Havana May 6,7,8 two sightseeing tours and one night club tour. Arrangements for the entire tour are being coordinated by the Farr Tours Agency, inc., of Miami Beach. All state lodges have been asked to name convention chairmen immediately and notify Friedman of their reservations. Godfrey Newman was recently named chairman for the Miami Beach Lodge. For details call 3-6264. Beach Hadassah To Meet Tuesday Miami Beach Group of Hadassah will hold its monthly meeting Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. in the Beth Sholom patio, with Mrs. Benjamin B. Goldstein presiding. The meeting will be dedicated to two Hadassah projects, Hadassah Medical Organization, of which Mrs. Leon Ell and Mrs. William Bernstein are co-chairmen, and Palestine Supplies, of which rs. Freida Newman is chairman. Mrs. Ben Z. Ginsburg, program chairman, will introduce Rabbi Leon Kronish, who will tell of his recent experiences in Israel and will describe the spirit of election time in that country. Martha Redding, vocalist and concert pianist, will present the musical portion of the program. Rosenthal Appointed ToCejwin Camps Post A. P. Schoolman, director of Cejwin Camps since its founding in 1919 by the Central Jewish Institute, announces the appointment of Abraham W. Rosenthal as associate director. Rosenthal was consultant on community centers and camps to the New York Federation of Jewish Philanthropies building fund committee the past three and a half years and has had over twenty-five years administrative experience in the conduct of both communal and private camps. He v/as social and educational director of the 92nd St. YMHA for eight years and for twenty-one years executive director of the Bronx YM & YWHA. Cejwin Camps, located at Port Jervis, New York, is a group of seven camps, each including a homogeneous age grouping of 100 to 125 children. These are noncommercial, self-sustaining camps with a recognized progressive Jewish cultural program. fW Jiki W I Bk ADMISSION ISM) ('* CMAtCIt I %  '-in... a >~ aa* BISSSSI I...%  •* (V^* 4 Cem/t/tte Jkiatrt S*0m %  H U9 I Cast •fJIO Dl.ooul Dmnan Stivad from 6 p %  ftts. Coll Jocquat HII, wood 46JI-4*3? F>ni S.ci.on lobki I 00 Intro Rose Chapter To Sponsor Social And Barbecue A Valentine social and barbecue will be sponsored by the Rose Chapter, B'nai B'rith Women tomorrow at 8:30, at the home of Mrs. Isidore Burak, 5271 S.W. 41st St., according to Mrs. Norman Reinhard, president. The program has been planned by the social committee headed by Mrs. Harry Burak. Assisting her are the Mesdames Raymond Marcus, Murrell Kastein, Irving Lax and Pearl Gordon. >wi Nitely, 9:30, 12:30 s Sat., 9:30, 1 A.M. ] poiiNpm ^Sfc tyivr wn Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovmlcy 818 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach Phone 5-3595 MIRRORS FINEST QUALITY TMADE TO ORDER IMMEDIATE' DELIVERY Auto Glass Installed --PUrnitiire Tops Store Front Construction ADAMS GLASS SERVICE "If If| Claw We Have If 1805 PURDY AVE.. M. B. PH. 58-3756 OR 5-4316 Ask for ABE or IRVING RABINOWITZ Emma Lazarus Group To Sponsor Friendship Night A "Night of Friendship" in observance of Brotherhood Week is being planned by the Emma Lazarus Chapter, Business and Professional Women B'nai B'rith for Tuesday at 8:15 p.m. at the Miami Beach Y, according to Ethel Pont, president. Four speakers representing all religious faiths will share the platform to tell of the significance of Brotherhood Week and the importance of better inter-group relations in the community. Speakers will be Dr. Andrew W. Gottschall, regional director of the National Conference of Christians and Jews; the Rev. Robert Giffen, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff and Roscoe Brunstetter. Program is under the general direction of Mrs. Carol Sarvetnik and will include the showing of two sound films, "The Brotherhood of Man" and Iving Caesar's "Songs of Friendship." Community singing will be led by members of the B'nai B'rith committee. Other organizations invited to participate are the Christian Youth Council of Miami, the Business and Professional Women of the YWCA, the Knights of Columbus, and the interparish groups of Catholic Churches, as well as all Jewish civic organizations. Assisting Mrs. Sarvetnik with the program are Tina Fisher and Ruth Jensen. Mendelsohn's STRICTLY KOSHER > ii IiN.llullt.llllllllflllllllllilliLlllilllliUUIIIItl.ilUillil,.! Restaurant BBG Unit No. 14 Will Hold B'nai B'rith Night A "B'nai B'rith Night" for all BBG and AZA units in Greater Miami is being sponsored by the B'nai B'rith Girls Unit No. 14 of Miami Beach Wednesday at 8:15 p.m. at the Miami Beach Y, according to an announcement by Shirley Neilinger, junior advisor to the group. An invitation has been extended to all youth groups which meet at the Beach Y on Wednesday evening to participate in the evening's entertainment. Delores Peckerman, president, will welcome the new members and give a short talk on the functions of youth in the service work of B'nai B'rith. Miami Hadassah Meeting Slated For Monday At Y The next meeting of the Miami Group of Hadassah will be held on Monday at 1:30 p.m. at the Miami Y. Edward Clarke, noted lecturer and faculty member of the University of Miami School of Music, will review the book "Peace of Mind." Also to be discussed is the Jewish National Fund project. 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PAGE SIXTEEN Rabbi Mescheloff Will Speak At Tea Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. spiritual leader of Beth Jacob Congregation, will be guest speaker at the annual silver tea to be given by the Sisterhood Wednesday from 2 to 4 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Harry Genet. 5101 Lakeview Dr.. Miami Beach. Mesdames Irving Genet and Martin Genet will assist the hostess. A feature of the program will be an origir.al skit "The Old and the New," with Mesdames Moses Krieger, Harry Zeilinger, Phillip Pores and William Kline taking part. Mrs. Kline will also lead in community singing. She will be accompanied on the piano concertina by Mrs, William Stander. Mesdames Martin Genet arc Malvin Englander are in charge of the program. Guests will be greeted by Mrs. Louis Makovsky. president, who will be in the receiving line with the hostesses, and with Mesdames Moses Mescheloff, David Whitman, Jack Felt, George Hoffspiege] and D:ra Sunon Officiating at the lea table will be Mrs Rose Weiss and Mrs L -. ; Slasser Mrs Anna R. Berow %  .'.'. : %  : .-. charge of the g rjfiHlstIkridkM Keneseth Israel Dinner Congregation Keneseth Israel will celebrate Chamishah Asar ihevat at a dinner Monday at child cantor, will officiate at serv-' : 30 p ,., { ,, William Penn ices to be conducted tonight and Holol Nv n Ave at "'•' st tomorrow morning at the Hebrew Miami Beacn p • ns ir Academy, 918 6th St., Miami. ^ MA program of speakers and Beach. gingers will 1"' '' < M nted. ^^^ Child Cantor At Hebrew Academy Itzikel Alster, world renowned A concert will be presented by the young cantor on Sunday evening at 8 o'clock. The public is invited to attend. LEGAL NOTICE Beth El Will Conduct Queer: Esther Contest '.-. : c -rt :with the Purira 3^-. :: ;•; held a: Congregati n Beth I. m March S, the members : %  r, cag >gu are conducting a contest : the % %  %  %  : si will ] • a Esther at the : and the tw : ..nners-up ill serve as her ladies-in-waiting Regal costumes will be provided and the coronation will be made by a local dignitary. Brandeis Auxiliary Will Hold Donor Luncheon At President Madison The first annual donor lunch. of the Free Sons of Israel, Louis D. Brandeis Auxiliary, will re held at the President Madison Hotel. 3S00 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach. Tuesday, at 12:30 p.m. All proceeds will go to the Child: Cerebral Palsy Association of Miami towards the purchase of a custodial home Headlining the program will I e Jean Marie Clarke, prima ballerina of the Hildegarde ballet, who will appear in the Swan Dance with Audrey Obarski and Terry Lar.dy. Also slated to appear on the pr gram are Bunny Stiriz. who will perform in a modern Hungarian Rhapsody: Barbara Ann Schermer. well-known juvenile dancer; and Betty Carson, popular singer, who will be accompi by Warner Hardman. The committee in charge of arrange enl is headed by Mrs. Sam Gordon. She will be assisted by Mrs Harvey Herman, co-chairman: Mrs. Al Hauer. tickets: and Mrs. Bob Jacobson. treasurer. Reservations are being taken by Mrs. Herman at 9-6078 and tickets may be obtained at the door. NOTICE TO APPEAR N -,,,,*mr IT roi-RT OF rm. Xl -'.''rvrv' N CHANCERY, No v Plali tiff vi N %  | us* >N • Hotel • nin rce In the „ I Bill of %  ken u %  %  • r B LEATHERMAN, Clerk <>f thi C ill Court, ... By M C FEIOE. Di puty Clerk. ...j. F mil ORDER OP PUBLICATION IV THE ClRCl'IT COt'RT OF THE VXD FOR DADE ,-, %  s %  IN CHAXCERT, S i tiff, vi PRED >!! V y. 11* FR SHADLE, S3 Park ... \. • i • notl• | to I Appearance In the ....-• :• Dlvorci • .. Mai • i •' !'• %  "" • %  •. lie entered agalnil j 19 i: B LEATHERMAN, CUrk. • • i ri By WM W BTOCKIXa I >. %  ;. ity Cli k WASMAX, SILVER SAKOWITZ attorneys for tiff 115 Seybold Bui I -11 Obituary ROSE RODER • • • ". Waahingtoi V. • W ml h, lie I last week SI • • MrMinnie The contest which begins this s ': ; ''• ~ two daughters Fi wepk Is nnpn tn all oirls hctu-oon '" •! %  • Jeiile weeK is open iO all gills between brothers. Hai the ages ol 14 and 20. Anvone in%  < % % %  Mi terested in entering is asked to % M Nebo contact Beth El office for furthf r details. Cen LEGAL NOTICE Michel Rosenberg Added To Roumanian Show Michel Rosenberg, perennial :::e of Jewish theatre lovers. returned this week to Miami Beach where he Is appearing at the Roumanian Theatre Restaur1610 Alton Road. Ad Niece, billed as "the Yiddish< Schikse." has been held over by popular demand. Rounding the program at the popular nitespot are comedians "Sunny Kay" and Larry Best. Dinner is served from 6 p.m. Reservations maj made by calling 5-2156 or 5-2157. NOTICE TO APPEAR :N %  URT OF Tin: •H JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AXD FOR DA C >UNTT. — IN CHAXCERT, N ] 2 S 216 MILDREP STEIX1 ER i I la ntlff, v • %  • ml Y J. WILFRED ST ] • • Sew ire notified I '.. %  %  ear-. • %  %  %  • %  • fesso will be • this 9 I • I'D 1)4*. •rk. • I By WM. W STOCKING Deputy C'.erk MILT< iX A PR : '.IAN ..ng ORDER OF PUBLICATION I\ Till-: CIRCUIT COURT OF TIM" UTIl JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF PI/lRIDA, IX AXD FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHAXCERT, No • %  2 [50 MURRAY ROSENBERG, riainliff. vs. UBBE R08ENBERG, I-eftndant. YOU, LIBBE ROSENBERG, Y BRi ii iKLTN, NEW Yi 'RK • itlfle I to flli yi ur Apnee In the abovi e for Dion or before March 14, 1949, ... De :•••• Pi C >nfesso will be enDAT1 10, 1949. E B LEATHERMAN, Clerk t Si By WM. W STOTKIXG Deputy Clerk. .' %  -••/ W. SILVER \SAK< >V> IT/ neyi ir Plaintiff 918 Seyb ild B u• -:: %  3 4-n Blue Aibbon WIN s 50 oo LISTEN TO WWPB 9:30 A.M. 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MDAY. FEBRUARY 11. 1949 Jen 1st Fkrktian PAGE ELEVEN ach B'nai B'rith Lodge enounces Nominations Walter C. Kovner, chairman, of e nominating committee of Mini Reach Lodge B'nai B'rith has hmittcd the official nominations 'officers of the B'nai B'rith r0U p for 1949-50. David RIsen, Miami Beach raltor is scheduled to succeed arrv Zukernick as president and rifrcv K. Newman, Sam W. ,iro and Jules Channing have ,„_ named as vice presidential ndidates. Others nominated are: Gold, recording secretary; Laurence Sootin, treasurer; leymoui Satin, financial secrearv' Harry Zukernick, monitor; lieefried Ceismar, assistant moni„Simeon D. Spear, warden; lainett Beckerman, guardian; ack A. Abbott, Walter C. Kovner, Jarold Turk, trustees for three rears; Arthur D. Frischman, trusee for two years; Charles Weinierg Max Lieber, trustees for one -ear' George Bertman, Jack Auist,' Sol Goldstrom, holdover ustces. Elections will take place at the egular March meeting of the leach Lodge, it is announced by •resident Harry Zukernick. nap lack Top Price Pud for MEN'S USED CLOTHING AL'S 432 N. MIAMI AVE. Phono 2-3213 B'nai B'rith officials, leaving the White House, exhibit three of the pens used by President Truman in signing announcement of U. S. de jure recognition of Israel. Right to left: Frank Goldman, of Lowell, Mass., national president of B'nai B'rith; Edward Jacobson. of Kansas City, the President's old friend, former business partner, and World War I buddy; and Maurice Bisgyer, of Washington, national secretary of B'nai B'rith. Together with John W. Snyder, Secretary of the Treasury, they witnessed the signing of the announcement last week by the President, who presented them with pens. Later Mr. Goldman presented one of the pens to Eliahu Epstein. Israel's Special Representative to the U. S. UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI PRESENTS CHOPIN CENTENNIAL CONCERT MALCUZYNSKI IN AN ALL CHOPIN PROGRAM MONDAY EVENING. FEB. 28—MIAMI SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL TICKETS 1.20, 1.80. 2.40, 3.00 at Univ. of Miami Symphony office—48-5812 and downtown offices tabbi Lelyveld, National Hillel lirector, Will Speak Here Feb. 20 Rabbi Arthur J. Lelyveld of JJew York City, national director fcf the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundations, will appear at the Miami Beach Jewish Center Sunday, February 20, at 8:15 p.m., under the sponsorship of the Hillel Adtory Council, Harold Turk, council president, announced today. [ Rabbi Lelyveld will be guest bf honor at a brunch on Sunday, February 20, at 1 p.m. at the Robert Clay Hotel, 129 S. E. 4th Street, which will be attended by B'nai B'rith leaders in Jthe south Florida area. He will lako appear at a students' rally lat the Hillel Foundation, 3306 %  Ponce de Leon Blvd., Monday, GIVE U'ltef B'rith FUND DRIVE VETERANS' HOSPITAL SERVICE Lift Insurance Ette Authoritatively Programmed NAT GANS Metropolitan Life ln< •07 Blieayna Ph. 3.4> or 8ee or ohjne mt fot LIFE INSURANCE Ine. Co. If for your CE NIBDI Rabbi Arthur J. Lelyveld February 21, at 8 p.m. He will be introduced to the Jewish student body by Dr. Donald Michelson, Hillel director of the University of Miami. Rabbi Lelyveld is also scheduled to deliver an invocation at a Brotherhood Week meeting on the university campus. In addition, he will lecture at a class in human relations and at another in comparative religion. Cooperating^ with the Hillel Advisory Council in presenting RabIN MIAMI BEACH SPACE AVAILABLE FOR Manuf aeturing — Wholesaling NEW MODERN FIREPROOF ELEVATOR BUILDING SUITABLE FOR Showrooms, Shops or Offices AS LOW AS $50.00 Per Month CALL 5-4100 bi Lelyveld to the community will be the B'nai B'rith Council of Greater Miami, representing more than three thousand B'nai B'rith members, including young adult and youth groups. Committee appointed by Turk to assist in arranging these events include: general chairman, Walter Kovner, Mrs. Sadye Rose, Elry Stone, Perry Boyell, and Isaac Levin. Chairman of the brunch committee will be Ted Sakowitz who will be assisted by Mrs. Nathan Bloom, Mrs. Peter Glazer, Mrs. Sam B. Miller and Max Holtzberg. Mrs. Bloom will serve as vice chairman. Tickets for the brunch are $2.20 per person, which includes tip. Reservations may be made with Mrs. Bloom at 4-5972 or Sakowitz at 9-1659. B'nai B'rith members serving with the Hillel Foundation Council are: Harold Turk, president, Walter Kovner, Mrs. Ida Optner, Mr. and Mrs. Sam B. Miller, Alex Cohen, Sol Halpert, Ted Sakowitz, Dr. Maurice Serotta, Miss Connee Kahn, Gershon S. Miller, Miss Coral Samuel and Mrs. Nathan Bloom. Hillel Foundations of B'nai B'rith celebrated their 25th anniversary recently. T^ie institutions are established on 186 college campuses in the United States, Canada and Cuba for the purpose of providing a "Home away from Home" for the Jewish college student. The first Hillel Foundation was founded by Rabbi Ben Frankel at the University of Illinois in 1923. Collins Transport & Terminal Corp. It Happy to Offer You Unlimited Space For Wareouiing and Storage Rail Sidings — Pool Car Distribution Phone 3-0789, Pier 1, Bldq. 8, Municipal Docks S. J. Freedman HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington Are. Miami Beach Between Fourth and Fifth Sts. Hebrew Religious Supplies For Synagogue! and Prlrale Use. 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PAGE TEN *JenistJkrSdUar, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY Yiddish Theatre On the Air WINZ (940 on Your Dial) EVERY SUNDAY 12:00 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 N.E. 2nd Street MIAMI. FLA. Phone 82-9336 Thoughts Of Spring In Midwinter Bv RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF (The author of this article is executive member of the Rabbinical ( Council of America and Rabbi of Conq. Beth Jacob It is not a mere coincidence that the newly elected Constituent Assembly of the State of Israel will have ....opening session on February 14., which in the Jewurn calendar is Charms hah Asar B'Shevat. The leaders of the newest republic in the family of nations have found in ^ on th


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MacDonald, now U.S. special representative to Israel, formally becomes U.S. Ambassador to the Jewish State following President Truman's de jure recognition, he won't have to change the license plates on his car The Hebrew word for "Ambassador" is identical with the word "Representative" and so the plates now on Mr. MacDonald's car won't have to be altered Former JTA correspondent Kleinlehrer is now employed in the Vatican The former Polish Jew who married an Italian girl is giving a course in the technique of journalism The current crisis in the American Zionist movement has reached its peak Though the situation is still alarming this writer hears the moderates will prevail when the Agency executive members meet Zionist leadership is determined against having Montor restored to his former position They will not compromise on that issue Bevin once blamed New York "Jews" as the chief impediment to the imposition of his own Palestine solution Well, if he cares he might also blame them for Britain's recognition of Israel An Irish friend of mine who went to Palestine "to fight against the British" now writes he was all wrong about the "against" motive ... "I went to fight for the lovely Jewish girls, for the Jewish refugees who cling to the land's soil with a fervor and love that is beyond description, for the vindication of an ideal that at one time seemed so remote to me and whicn%now is part and parcel of my very soul" Beigel, as we called the Irishman, may have assumed a good Hebrew name but he still signed himself "beigel" out of recognition for his first Jewish love. Rabbi Kronish To Speak At Spinoza Meeting The Spinoza Forum will meet tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock at the home of Dr. Abraham Wolfson, 124 11th St., Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish, guest-speaker, will address the group on "My Trip to Israel." On Tuesday evening following the radio presentation of Town Hall the Spinoza Forum will conduct a round-table discussion. The following night at 8 p.m. Charles Lee will continue with his talks on "The Heavens and the Earth." The public is invited to attend. Maqnavox Authoriieo Sales and Service MIAMI BEACH RADIO COMPANY 1219 LINCOLN ROAD PHONE 58-7575 Young Soprano Will Appear At Ilillel Weekend Sara Fogel, youthful lyric soprano who received who received national acclaim following her appearance as winner of NBC's "The Big Break" contest last September, will present an outdoor recital in Gainesville tomorrow afternoon. She will sing a varied selection of English, Yiddish, and Hebrew songs before a student and faculty audience who will participate in the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation weekend of social and cultural activities. The recital will follow a picnic, which will be held at College Park. The University of Florida Hillel Foundation, which is sponsoring the weekend, will be hosts to students from Florida Southern, Florida State University, Casements, and Miami University. On Sunday evening Miss Fogel will appear before a B'nai B'rith audience in the Jacksonville Jewish Center, before leaving for Miami. Phillip N. 'Coleman will sponsor this recital. Warburg Stresses Need For Unity In Jewish Life At JDC Regional Meet The need for unity in American Jewish life to assure success of the 1949 campaign of the United Jewish Appeal was underscored by Edward M. M. Warburg, chairman of the Joint Distribution Committee, Sunday ai the committee's third annual southeastern regional conference in Jacksonville. "The tensions and differences of opinion which exist in the American Jewish community today should not be permitted to interfere with the opportunity to finish the jobs we have undertaken in Europe and Israel," the JDC chairman said. "We cannot let this opportunity slip through our fingers." Joseph H. Epstein of New Orleans was elected chairman of the JDC southeastern region at the morning session of the conference. Epstein succeeds William P. Engel of Birmingham, Ala. Philip N. Coleman of Jacksonville presided at ,the meeting. Sorority To Install Officers At Luncheon Dorothy Boss will be installed as chancellor of Iota Alpha Chi sorority Sunday at 12:30 p.m. at a luncheon at the Cadillac Hotel. Other officers who will be installed at the ceremonies include: Anita Seidel, vice chancellor; Myrna Schlossberg, recording secretary; Rita Morris, corresponding secretary; Esta Sonkin, treasurer. Honor guests at the affair will be the recent graduates, Corky Zuckerman and Mrs. Eli Koenigsberg, and the new brides. BORSCHT SCHAV DELICIOUS HOT OR CHILLED Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS, INC 14 N.E. 24th St., Miami 37. Fla. Phone 3-6866 NOW OPEN LONDON ARMS HOTEL KOSHER DINING ROOM Serving Steaks—Chops—Chicken and all Jewish Delicacies 727 COLLINS AVE. RESERVATIONS SUGGESTED—5-1264^ GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE STORE FRONT — PLATE snd WINDOW GLASS Furniture Toot. Beveled Mirrors snd Resilvering Our Specialty L. & G. 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PAGE EIGHT *Jeni§t fkrXfian __ FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1949 Sylvia Roberts To Wed Nathan Semcl is Sylvia Roberts The betrothal of Sylvia Re! to Nathan Semel has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Roberts, 431 S. W. 15th Ave. Miss Roberts is living in New York, where she is a dress designer and a student at the Fashion Institute. Her fiance is owner of the Oxford Art Galleries, New Rochelle, N. Y. He served overseas as a staff sergeant. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Semel of New York. The couple is planning an early summer wedding. Personally Speakinq Mi and Mrs. Harold Turk and daughter Comelia^turn^ this week from New York, where they attended the wedding of Mrs. Turk's sister. Mrs. Juliette R. Horowitt Brooklyn, N. Y and her younger son, Joseph Michael, are spending a few weeks wifc he,r mother. Mrs. Frieda Rappaport, and brother, Jack, 2136 N.W. 8th Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Sol Gu.stein, 3010 S-W^l9th Terr received word this week that their niece, Menucha Eden, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Shumel Eden, managing director of Deskin Orphanage in Jerusalem, was married to the Police Commissioner of Jerusalem on February 3. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kogos, 814 Michigan Ave.. are entertaining their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Zibbell. and son David, who will vacation here for a month. The Zibbells reside in Boston. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert J. Balkin and daughter, Joty, have moved into their new home at 624 86th St., Miami Beach. Benu'ce Sidle Engagement Announced Mr. and Mrs. Samuel S. Sidle. 1226 S.W. 18th St., announce the engagement ol I leir daughter. Bernice, to Sumner M. Slater, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Slater. 4643 Prairie Ave.. Miami Beach. + Mrs. Oscar Ziff, 609 N.W. 44th St.. has as her houseguests her daughter, Mrs. M. Simon and daughter, Dianne Sharon, Youngstown, Ohio; her sisters and brothers-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Siegel, Pittsburgh, Pa., and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Lichtman, Akron, Ohio. Spending a month at the Sovereign are Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wexler, of the Philadelphia knitting mills. While here they are being entertained by their friends, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Catelman and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Steuer, Miami Beach residents. + + %  On an extended stay at the Delano are Mr. and Mrs. David Stern of New York. Longtime friends of theirs in the area with whom they are enjoying visits are Mr. and Mrs. David Bess, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Schwartz, Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Yogoda, Mr. and Mrs. Shepard Broad, and Mr. and Mrs. Hurry Zuckernick. The Sterns will be joined later by their daughter, Roslyn, in merchandising in Manhattan, and their son, Jerome Howard, a student at Franklin School. Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Kamoroff, 1612 S.W. 11th St., celebrated their 47th wedding anniversary January 29 at a party. The following guests attended: Mrs. Sadie Sionsky, Mrs. Kamoroff's sister; Amos Belanoff, Mr. and Mrs. Brynes of Monticello, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. Mappin, Boston, Mass.; Mr. and Mrs. Shefsky, Mr. and Mrs. Klein. Long Island, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Max C. Gettinger, 1270 S.W. 22nd Terr., announce the birth of a son. Joshua Selig, born Tuesday. February 8, at St. Francis Hospital, Miami Beach. Mr. Gettinger is assistant to the director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Dr. and Mrs. Leonard Glickstein of Coral Gables announce the birth of a daughter, Sue Ann. on January 28 at Victoria Hospital. Godparents of the baby are Mrs. Gus Zaslow of Miami and Dr. Charles F. Samelson of Chicago. Harry Glickstein, paternal grandfather, has resided at 317 Mendoza Ave., Coral Gables for 20 years. Mrs. William Samelson, maternal grandmother, is visiting from Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cantor, 960 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, have as their houseguest their daughter, Norma, of Brooklyn. Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Kasow and children have moved into their new home at 2100 S.W. 21st Ave. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Prosterman and son, Stephen, of Washington, D. C. are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Prosterman, 4427 Royal Palm Ave.. Miami Beach. The younger Mr. Prosterman is chief of Miscellaneous Products of the Office of International Trade, Department of Commerce. He was formerly chief sugar economist for the United Nations. Florence Wohl Wed To James K. Lewy A floral arch backed with palms and candelabra formed the setting for the ceremony in which Florence Kathryn Wohl became the bride of James Kay Lewy. The couple exchanged vows in the Ocean room of the Roney Plaza Hotel Tuesday before Rabbi Morris M. Feurlicht, who officiated at the marriage of the bridegroom's parents in Indianapolis, where he is now rabbi emeritus of Indianapolis Hebrew Congregation. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wohl, 1238 N.E. 96th St., who were hosts at a reception and dinner following the ceremony. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard B. Lewy, Hyde Park, Chicago. Given in marriage by her father, the former Miss Wohl was attired in a gown of white Chantilly lace with satin applique forming the sweetheart neckline of the fitted bodice. The bouffant skirt, worn over hoops, ended in a full train. Her ilusion veil was held in place by a satin headband, trimmed on either side with illusion rosettes and stephanotis. She carried a cascade bouquet of white orchids and carnations. Mrs. David Weiss, the former Molly Ann Boyell, Miami, came from Philadelphia with Mr. Weiss, to serve as matron of honor for her former college room mate. Bridesmaids were Winifred Marwood. Phyllis Rosenthal, Joanne Saltzman and Barbara Boyell. Robert L. Seidner, Chicago, was best man and ushers were Bert Wohl, brother of the bridge; Arthur Reis, Chicago; Sheldon B. Bellows, Montgomery, Ala.; and Alan S. Kahn, Miami. Mr. Bellows and Mr. Kahn are fraternity brothers of the bridegroom. Emily Fiebleman and Agnes Chillag, cousin of the bride, kept the guest book. For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Wohl was attired in a navy marquisette gown with white appliqued design. Mrs. Lewy was in pearl grey lace and crepe. Both wore an orchid corsage. Mrs. Lewy attended Fassifern School in Hendersonville, N. C, Miami Edison High and Florida State University. She attended the University of Michigan for three years and was graduated last June. The groom is a navy veteran and a graduate of the University of Michigan where he studied metallurgical and chemical engineering. Out-of-town guests included the PLAZA THEATRE i South Miami Beach Open 1:45 HOME OF THE ALL YIDDISH STAGE AND SCREES SHOWS" NOW SHOWING (through Sunday) MOLLY PICON IN PERSON with JACOB KALICH • • • ON SCREEN "Green Fields" with HELEN BEVERLY and ISADORE CASHIER COMING WED.. FEB. 16th AARON LEBEDEFF and MALVINA RAPPEL IN PERSON • • • ON SCREEN "Eli Eli" with Either Field. Later Freed. Yetla Zwerling and Irvlnfl Jacobton grooms parents and his brother, Tommy, Mr. and Mrs. Jay B. Lewy, grandparents of the groom, Mrs. Sidney Weiss and daughter Joan. Mrs. Florence Dicker and Mrs. Morton J. Straus, all of Chicago; Mrs. Emma Munter and Richard Munter, grandmother and uncle of the groom; Mrs. Sidney Aroason and daughter Joan, Mrs. Hattie Meire, Mrs. Morris Feurlicht, all of Indianapolis; Mrs. Lily Higer, Miss Lulu Levi, aunts of the groom, Detroit; Mr. and Mrs. Saul Weinreich, New York and Palm Beach; Mr. and Mrs. Reginald White, Providence, R. I.; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jacobs, Homewood. 111.; Mrs. Joseph Anhalt and Mis. Saul Benjamin, the bnde's aunts, and Miss Sara Appil. New York. Mrs. James K. Lewy Sara Mandel Sets Feb. 20 For Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Mandel. 125 N.E. 86th St., announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Sara, to Jerry Esroff, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Esroff, 2347 S.E. 2nd Ct. The bride-elect, formerly of Norwich, Conn., was graduated from the Norwich Free Academy and from Bryant College, Providence, R. I. She is a member of the Miami Beach unit of Junior Hadassah. Her fiance, who served in the Air Force for three years, is a former resident of New London, Conn. He attended the University of Connecticut and is now a law student at the University of Miami. He is a member of Tropical Lodge B'nai B'rith. The wedding will take place February 20. Group WU1 Be Called Weizmann Young Judaea The newly formed junior boys' Young Judaea group decided to use the name of Weizmann Young Judaea at a meeting at the Miami Y Tuesday night. Carl Sandier was appointed as temporary program chairman and Robert Cicero was named membership chairman. Boys between 10 and 15 interested in joining the group are requested to call 3-5854. America's Foremost Female Impersonators DANNY & DOC'S JEWEL BOX 512 N.E 15th St Res. 9-3100 S iirrfmcs New "Eliminator" Slip and Brassiere all in one $4-98 The only bra-slip with "miracle" criss-cross of elastic in back, which effects molded bosom beauty and slip smoothness. Bur-mil rayon crepe: pink, white. black. Sizes 32 to 40 in group. %  urdm. Miami. UafMfft Third Floor



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MV FEBRUARY 11. 1949 Igaged Couple %  ted By A. M. Dorffs L w iy.eofied Natalie Good...-: James David Liebmen .', -; -oner last Sunday t affair held in the home of n 'j uncle and aunt, Mrs A M Dorff, 972 3rd Si The gathering which -"attend. I by relatives and |. ie couple marked the V.al •• he ^po^to-be .:>• of Miami Law I s well as' the recent bethai hose present included Dr. and L v ':.GoodmtMk, parents of Mr ar.d Mrs. Abra:-.. H. Goodman. Mr. Mrs •,.: n Liebman, James' Lts. Mr. and Mrs. David Sil,:,i Mrs J. P. Tarr. L Pauline Rubir.. all of GreatMr, and Mrs. Max lerman, :' Philadelphia; Mr. Mrs Zelig Silverman, of [:-.' %  %  -. N. J.; Mr. and Mrs. b K K rtman, Mr. and Mrs. rrr.an J Dorff, of Passaic; Mr. Rabinowitz, Mr. than Kaufman, Mrs. fc rr.an. of Pittsburgh; Mr. i Mrs Jack L.-rbman, E. Ruthc: i N J and Mrs. Nat Har.tL inside, Long Island, Jmitf FhrH&r PAC3 NINE Doris Bro >>w Il>bb* Is >aob .Masada To lonsor Danee fomt*od hm •Tomorrow Is a Wonderful announced that plan have been Dav," a full length Youth Aliver. tomatoted for the annual Purs: movie taken in a children's vilBaU to :€ heIi Marca : : e lage in Israel, will be presented j Bayfront Park BeCTeatiooal HalL ...VT-XUV IO.D B*scayr.e Biva. and N E. 5tn St. by the Deborah and B. it P. %  Groups of Hadassah at 8:30 Monday evening at the Beach Y. Taking part in the evening's program will be Mrs. Leo Levin. president of Deborah: Miss Lillian Goodrran. B. & P. president: Mrs. Maurice Yalmar. and Mrs Lewis Gidney. chairmen of Youth Alyah; Mrs. Julius Mufson, program chairman. Mrs. Lester Sale and Mrs. Herbert Gutman will be in charge of refreshments. Final arrangements are being made by Mrs. Irving Cypen. chairman of telephone committee. Hostesses for the evening include Miss Marilyn Horowitz, and the Mesdames Jerome Granger. Arthur Horowitz, William Levy, Martin Lunday. Jay Jacobi and Leo Pollack. 3-:r.s B.-;WT: .-as >~r. elected geiiiiiiinl of Decbs Chapter B ai 3 r.v Y:urg T:rer. t; s_::e-e-d : F. -a.c R leeob*-:— trr :'. :-e 3'na: Br.th Counts announced Other officers elected •..: serve vttfa M.ss r = are Marcia Cirr_-.er first r -:dent: Thelma Rappaport. £•:•; r.i v. re zra.i-:-:. Lillian Z : 1 istein. re;: rd_-.g secretary; II f If f y Thelrr.a BdnMrtt, serSrar.t-a:-arrr.s: Trui: Lach. parLaBeatkrlaa Derma Feldir.an. chancellor. R -al;r. M:rris. treasurer: a_-.i Ar'ur.e Crhen. Dolly Fisfa'rem. Scythe Fekknaa, Don Klein, p Carol M-lr-erj: Jo Ana S.ier. %  : rr.err.rers. fc, Tr.e group'l adviser -s Mrs. fcMarx Paber. De'rbs Charter is :u—er.tly % plineilH 6nd-raisir.g prrtranis Ir•Hie Mar:r. ol Dunes DC-J 3-cu-t WORXMEN'S CIRCLE AND WOMEN'S CLUB, BRANCH 692 BROCHA^KULNICK Nat :-i • K — %  Scr-i-: a ti*ct ;;' \ 33 Sc"a >"= Bi at ROSE SHOSHANO CLAIRE WARSHAW ANYUTA MELICOV at the piano SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1949 — 8:30 P. MNEW WORKMEN'S CIRCLE LYCEUM 25 Washington AT*. — Miami Beach ADM SS CS I'iO-iSCLwOAG TAX listadruth To Celebrate [T • H • iruth LTarbut Ivrith, V Hi rew organization of Greatp Miami, will celebrate Tv BisP the opening of the 1slaeli parliament Monday at 3 p.m. the : rr.e of Mr. and Mrs. P. fuchk-.ff. 1130 S.W. 9th St Molly Pleon Tops Plaza Program Jennie Goldstein, -first lady of the Yiddish stage" held the audiences at the Plaza Theatre last week in the palm of her hands during forty-five' minutes of delightful dramatic and comedy selections. Particularly well received was her version of 'The Fight for Israel" Wednesday's change of bill at the Plaza brought the musical comedy star, MoUy Picon in a personal appearance. The capacity crowds who are filling the Beach theatre to see Miss Picon are also enjoying the current Yiddish movie "Green Fields," starring Helen Beverly and Jacob Cashier, which may be seen through the entire week-end. Miss Picon's rendition ol we Are Still Here," received a tremendous ovation. The 1949 Combined Jewish Appeal IS PROUD TO PRESENT THE GREATER MIAMI COMMITTEE OF THE YIDDISH SCIENTIFIC INSTITUTE—YIVO Presents the well known l—I W M and authority on Jwiah n.atory DR. JACOB SHATZKY PUBLIC RECEPTION FRIDAY. FEB. 25, 8:30 PM. Tr e Goal and Achl.v.m.nti of th. Yivo-Dr J. ShaUky Yiddiih Fotk 8ono— Brocha Skuln.ek. Soprano REFRESHMENTS LECTURE SUNDAY. FEB. 27, 7:30 P.M. The La.t Thouaand Yaara In Jawiah Mlatory-Or. J. ShaUky BOTH HELD AT WORKMEN'S CIRCLE LYCEUM 25 WASHINGTON AVE.. MIAMI BEACH WEISEirS RAPHAEL HOTEL and DINING BOOM ltt WASHINGTON AVE.. MIAMI BEACH Open under the Management of MAX REIFMAN oi the King David Hotel. Hurleyrille, N. Y. KASHRUTH AND SABBATH STRICTLY OBSERVED American Plan and Public Dining Room For Reeerratione call 58-2844 QMajor Aubrey Eban ISRAELI Special Representative To The UNITED NATIONS AT A DINNER OF THE SPECIAL GIFT UNIT MONDAY. FEB. 14. AT 6:30 P. M. MONTE CARLO HOTEL MIAMI BEACH By Invitation Only — Call Gtoatw Miami Jewish Federation Solicitation 58-4331 :.



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PAGE FOURTEEN vJeHlstthrkUan FRIDAY, FEBRUARY AUTO GLASS Installed While You Wait Full Line of Auto Accessories and Parts ADAMS GLASS SERVICE 1805 Purdy Avenue Call 58-3756 or 5-4316 I n ) J. 8600 Biscayne Blvd. MUSIC COCKTAILS DINNER SUPPER Reservations Phone PAUL 7-3831 MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Wholesale and Retail Grade A Pulverized and Processed Muck and Marl Any Mixture Bitter Blue Sod Soil and Fill of Any Kind Phone 4-0335 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace EDDIE ALPER PRtSENTING %  tuparb program of SO diftarant partonally aftcorlad ALL[>PLNSE. ALL FIRST C LAS V III X URV TOURS including a daliKhfful 7t.ur.tr, | trip taatunng London, Porlft and Roma and tailing in tha QUCCN ELIZABETH ...ALL EX/J PENSES. .onl,SI6*S. %  ie %  liu'.'iUKj I ratal Elizabeth Larkin Travel Service Suite 205. 1101 Lincoln Road Bldg. Miami Beach 39, Fla., Tel. 58-3288 IMMEDIATE SERVICE REASONABLE PRiCES QUALITY WORKMANSHIP ENGINE OVERHAUL BRAKE SERVICE MOTOR TUNE-UP LUBRICATION FRONT-END ALIGNMENT PAINTING -SEAT COVERS NEW and RECONDITIONED MOTORS FLORIDA'S MOST MODERN FACILITIES J with NEW POSTWAR EQUIPMENT' ond "KNOW-HOW" MECHANICAL STAFF I IUD&ET PLAN IF DESIRED SAM MURRAY II7 IISCAYNE (OULEVARD PHONE 9-47*1 TRUCK DIVISION •S N E J7TH STREET PHONE 1 7S67 ii Between You and Me By BORIS SMOLAR (Copyright, 1948, "Jewish Telegraphic Agency, inc.) LEGAL NOTICE Washington Trends: From now on nothing concerning American participation in the development of the Middle East will be undertaken by Washington without fir.-t consulting Israel This was indicated informally by high officials in the State Dement after they heard report from an A : who just retu from a visit t [sra< 1 • • • Th< ficial et of the tl at large economic plans, in which Israel will ha v.' a now be:: g ::. ipped out I y U. Sgovernment for tl %  ben of the Middle Eastern count President Truman is gn I %  the fact that Brit Foreign Mil Ernest Bevin has • out on t: i f n ration : Israel Bevin'f loss ol I is a personal triumph for Truman There was not much l< ve I st between Bevin and Truman over the Pali stine issue And it Truman's view that has finally •. out in England Or.' I ens with which Truman signed memoranda of de jure gnition for Israel will be sent by the President, with a personal note, to Dr. Chaim Weizmann Rabbi Stephen SWise will recipient of one of these pens David Niles. white House aide, who advises Truman on Jewish affairs, will re< i i\ i the fourth pen The three other pens were, as • by the Pi enl Frank (ioldman and Maurice Bisgyer, national president and %  •:.• %  •. respectively, of the B'nai B'rith, and to Eddie Jacobson, Truman's ex-] tl : ... It was with these seven pins that the President signed seven copies f thi pres reli ase from tl e White House announcing his de jure recognition of Israel Thi re was no othei official document to be signed by the Presi' at the time he announced recognition in the executive office where Goldman, Bisgyer and Jacobson had as* ed as official witnesses woi • % %  the cultural institutions ".d, military training, the rehabilitation of refugees, t: • va rious modern and and otl f llfc in the h state. ^ews Brief • i W nof Bay H bor Islands held an election Bmad i Acker:: an was v : and j. M. Lechuk will till i Ni .' %  councilmen inch; ; %  Cl renc. Fi uer, Dan B. Ruskin, I E Jack Just IF. Lussii r. Joe M. Morris, Miai tt rney, %  Gov. Fuller Warren I thi Fl ida Industrial Con Mr Morris is the owner of two : ical I otels, the St. -.; • • • %  .\i izai He maintains lav. in the Ingraham ling. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW NOTICE IS HEIlEliY GIVEN thai • engag f : .. w %  i i F • •• it '" .• %  %  ... %  • ol Pad. i ount> thi rii P Minor Memos: Believe it or not. no less than persons have asked for free tickets to the Wei/mann-Tru dinner which w schi duled to take place at the Waldorf-Astoria m Feb. 19... Now that the dinner •een postponed until April 23. the number of persons who think that they are entitled to free tickets will, no doubt, increase But very few such tickets will be issued Ever, tickets to the press will be limited to one for each of the larger New York newspapers and news agencies The establishment of a Jewish department is now being planned by the Asia Institute of New York, with a view, primarily, to acquainting Americans with all aspects of life in Israel Baruch Dier.er, Hollywood representative of the Israeli-American Film Company, has disclosed that the erection of a sound stage and a laboratory will begin this month on a 15-acre tract donated by the Israeli government The capitalization for the film project, which is a conventional profit-making enterprise, has been set at $800,000 .. Half of this sum has been raised in Israel, and the remainder will be raised in the United States through the sale of stock • • Although the shares have not yet been issued in this country, $200,000 has already been pledged .And speaking of film projects, nigh praise must be given to the Zionist Organization of America for the first set of 12 filmstrips on Isrrael produced by its education department These films are the beginning of a film library on Israel and lend themselves for use either by youth or adult groups • %  Each film costs only $4 and is accompanied by a full narration • • %  Projection is accomplished with a 35 mm filmstrip projector which can easily be rented or brought and is simple to operate %  • The films show the various types of Jews in Israel, the Holy Places, the industries of Israel, Ml'RRAY BFDNER I.K' iN NAMi 'IK. %  • %  Vn IK-' liEIMAN .\ KAPLAN %  %  %  • \ 2/11-1*-. 1-11 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCPIT CoFRT OF THE HTM JUDICIAL CIRCPIT IN AM I 1 IR DADE <•' U'XTY FLt iRII i A IN CHANCERY, Caw N<> 1221 il.i iRI \ S VNDAPER, Plaintiff, \ w li.1.1 \M SANDAPER, D< fendanl Ti Willian Sai ran nl Max Sandi u i 3ated this Ttli day of Fi I i: B LEATHERMAN, Clerk of thi I Court s. i i By VVM. W, HAROLD SHAPlRl I for Plaintiff I! 11-lv-:'. 3 I t'li ill i 'ourt HT< ICK1NO, ity Clerk NOTICE TO APPEAR IN" Till: CIRCPIT COPRT OF THE 11TII JPDICIAL CIRCPIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HAM: COPNTY, — IN CHANCERY, No • GER i RPI IE Pi K iNEY, PI ilntlff, va JAMES |l PCMiNEY, Defendant. You, JAMES P. COONEY, 5 Milford Avenue, Newark, Ni •• Jersi .. ai • %  notlfii d to fill %  %  ii appi nrai • the above cause for divorce on the 7th day <.f M ireh, V.D 149, otherwise l< %  • p onfi i will bi enlered against yi i I ati 'i thi* 1st day "f Febi nary, A.I'. 1949 E I: LEATHERMAN, Clerk. (Clri ..;t Court Seal) By P.. E HODGES, Deputj Clei MILTON A FRIEDMAN Attornej for Plaintiff Seybold Huildu.K J 4-11.18-23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undei slgm d, d< buslm s* undei name „, Town and Bee %  i ,„,. I_J, Road, Miami P. .eh. i 'V ''" lid name with the Clerk Florida le C '"' : '' MILTON SIRKIN ALEX VNDER SIRKIN LEON SIRKIN ADELE ZIVITZ Partni 2/11-18-25 S/4-11 iv •,.,^, OTICE T0 CREDITORS IN THE COPNTY JPIKJRS COPRT %  >, AND FOR I1AOK mrvrr FLORIDA IN PROBATE. Nil In R^RSTATE OF IRVING P. oci KI.K. Deceased l AI !.!'"' 1 "" 1 '" AI l ergon* Hav. %  /.,'.. I ^WlnstSaid You and ..,. h of you ,,-.. i, n "l0 and required 1 ..', Lnt "nS ealm. and demands ul ,.'. 1, %  ',. ^talntheTewTaddreMo^rclSim* 0 Date January %  ;i h A',, **' MARK e 8 rLVERSTET\ Se<1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In H undei the fl tltlouj name of ,i Fih Market at %  !* B. w. ,,,i, .--ti.. • Miami, Fla., Intend t-> register -.'i'l name with the Clerk of ill court of Dade County, rlorlda. A ,RON MEIS8 Hi IBERT FEL1K ARTHPR I KATZ MILTON A FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicants • I LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDETTicT^T^l NAME LAW Tl0u NOTICE IH HKHKIVY on* the under-lgned. deelrlaV to^S <-t' bUsllK-SH UIKler the fl,.iui" l tttk Warren suppiv ',• r^v55 Street, Hlaleah, Klorida "&• Mft register said name with 5S M the Circuit Court of rjin* ^ 5 Florlda. Dade Co tt K RUOENB R. KAT7 HARRY D&gf 8 ,,UK ^W Attorney f„ r Applicants i '.ngresr Hiilliln,.1/28 2/4-11-18-25 :7l iMiltoTRY IGANDY, Plaintiff, vs. CKoRGE i; HANI >Y, ilefendant, To: (JEi 'RGB Q. GANDY c o Mrs, .1. K. lii^h .,: i i „i si .ii A\ enue ii.ivi i tow n, Pennsylvania yoP ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT A BUI "f Complaint for Dlhas been filed against jrou by DOROTHY I. QANDY, your wife, In the above styled cause and In the named Court; and you are r II thi • ni i II led thai you are hereby .i t.. file ;m appearance In said n i on "r before the nth day %  f March, 1949, otherwise the allegations of said Bill of Complaint will be, taken as PI %  11f %  s-.-.| by you. Tins order Is t" be published once > week, for four in consecutive weeks, .ii the Jewish Fi linn, a newspaper published In Dade County, Florida. Dated this 7th da> of February, 1949 E P. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. C ill Courl Seal i By M. '" FEIOE, Deputy Clerk. VRoNOVITZ, WKINKI.i: A VRi iNl IVITZ Solicitors for Plaintiff : n-18-25 a i NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COPRT OF THE' •Til JPDICIAL flRi'PIT F FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COPNT1 IN CHANCERY. No. %  HARRY FRIEDMAN, Plaintiff, vs. HELEN FRIEDMAN, I'.fendant. Vou, HELEN FRIEDMAN, T"'J North Kingsley Drive, Hollywood, an notified to file your %  in the above cause f.>r :\ the 7th day of March, A.D 1949, otherwise decree pro conwill i. enl I against you. Dated this 2 day <'f February, A D. i: H LEATHERMAN, Clerk. (Circuit Court Si ill By M C FEIOE. i '• puty Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN lie) f.ir Plaintiff Beybold Buldlng 2 1-11-18-26 TOU, HE^E^^l^C | Park PUce, Harrison New v„M notified to file your appearan^ Z\ tbov cause for divorce on i„I t S*\ day of February. A.D l*|j „ „' § decree pro confesso will h .'7", against you. '"** ]9 Dated this 18 day of Janutr,-, ^ | (C.rcu.t E Co I urt I 8ea 7 ;] ,KnMAX ^ By M n F"Ml I MILTON A. FRIEDMAN '" **\ Attorney for Applicant Seybold Building 1/2I-2S 2/4-11 NOTICE UNOE-R^iSp NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEV iw, the undersigned, desiring to SJ business under the f..-tltloS/nS?3 The Washerterla at rt< s. Miami u, Miami. Florida. Intends K& said name withe th Clerk of IU f> cult Court of Dade County. FVidi MATILDA FI-INSTK1N Sole Owner MYERS, II HI. MAN A KArLAX Attorneys for Applicant Seybold Hide. I'21-28 2/4-11-18 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE "Til JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE • •"l-NTV IN CHANCERY, No TILLIE'SUCHOVOLSKY. Plaintiff, vs ISSIE SCCHOVOL8KY, also known as ISIDORE SUVALSKY, DefendNOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY (JIVES M the undersigned, desiring to engaft Ii business under the fictitious nut if William's Beauty Salon at 130 S. I 2nd Avenue, Miami. Fla., Intends u register said name with the Clerk if the Circuit Court of Dade Cogntt Florida. BETTY VIVIAN SCHWARTI Sole Owner A. .1. KAPLAN Attorney for Applicant 1/14-21-28 2/4-11 Vou, ISII" IRE Kl VALSKV, a k a ISHIE SPCHOVOL8KY, 121 Attornej :' o Hairy Brooksteln, New 1 '>, are notified to file your anance In the above cause for dlvorce on the :ist day ,.r February, A-I lM, otherwise decree pro con-11/28 2/4-11-18 fesso .• in be ei tered against you. day of January. Dated this 2oth A.D. 1949 E B LEATHERMAN, Clerk. • ill Court Real) By M. C. FBIGE, MILTON A FRIEDMAN ePUty ''""" Mtoi II< -. foi Plaintiff Seybold Bldg. I 21-28 2 4-11 I IN THE CIRCPIT cuPRT OP THI ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCl'lT IN AND Fi'R DAI'K (XH'Sn, FMlRIDA. — IN CHANCERY, Si 121N2. ALICE ABRAM8, Plaintiff, n TC TOR ABRAMS, I << -feiidanL THE STATE OF FI/iRlDA: Ti i VICTOR ABRAMS, 84'j Bushwlck A\ i Brooklyn. New York. You are hereby notified and orterrt to appear to the Bill of Complaint fM against you In the above styled cans on or before the 28 day of February, 194.9, otherwise the allegations of oil Blil of Complaint will he taken as cmfei i 'i against you. DATED this 27 day of Janairj. 1!'49. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Cert (Circuit Court Seal) By -M. C. FE10E, Deputy Clert JOSEPH W. MALEK, Solicitor for Plaintiff 170S Congress iluildlng ORDER OF PUBLICATION In Till) CIRCPIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JPDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FU>RIDA, IN AND FOR DADE N'TY. IN CHANCERY, No. SYLVIA LEVITT, Plaintiff. vs. •'API. .1 LEVITT, Defendant OU, CARL .1. LEVITT, 1604 EastParkway, Brooklyn, New York. %  otlfled to file your i earance II. ih. above cause for divorce on or before the 7th day of March, A.D. "' •• Deere. P,-,. Confesso will entered against you ATI:D This 3rd day of February, E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clark. Ircult Court Seal) By M. C. FEIOE, sasf %  ** --'' bold Building Miami. p|oi I 2/4-11-18-1 l A D NOTICE UNDER FACTITIOUS th NOTICl : HKIUOHY OIVEN tba, '••said name with the Ir.uit Court of Dade 'lerk of th Florida MALCOLM FIRST i KAPLX'N W "'" A-...,,,, v f or Applicant ; %  pngresi Bldg 4-11.1J 26 NOT, CE UNO rLAF< jcT 1T 75Ur s@iar %  %  > -, 1-U-18--2& NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVEN Issl the unilerslgned. desiring to enga| business under the fictitious names Esther Shop al 4^ E Flagler strut. intends to register said name wiN* Clerk of the Circuit Court of W* County, Florida. SAMUEL SPTTON i/28 2/4-n-is-::. ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCPIT COPRT OF THE 11TII JUDICIAL CTRCUn '9 FLORIDA, IN AND FOR WP COUNTY. — IN CHANCERI. %  JOJCJOO ANNA SEDIACEK, Plaintiff, %  JOSEPH BEDIACEK, D*S2g — YOU, J08EPH SEDIACEK. Basset Avenue, Bronx, New ""•'J notified to file your Appearance the above cause for Divorce. o before tho 28th day of E ebru .* r i.j| KM!', or a Decree Pro Confeaao be entered against ymi lf i DATED: This 26th day of istfssa A.D. 19< R LKATHKRM AN. CIMfc .Circuit Court Seal. W Deputy at* U 'A S.MAN. SILVER & SAKOWTTZ Attorneys Beybold Bldg. 1/28 2/4-11-18-26 ___— NOTICE TO CREDITOR! IN THE COUNTY "' !" K r -orNTV. IN AND FOB "-^ ,"-„ITE No FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, ln 21 Re*' ESTATE OF ELIZABETH RAJNA, Deceased. H ,v. To All Creditors and All Pf^jSlI lni< Claims or Demands Agam Estate: „ r n .reW You, and each of you, are < ^ notified and required •'> prese „ claims and demands nicn (M either of you. may have USjjJ ,„. estate of ELIZABETH f*f"JLfM> ceased late of Dade County. 0 to the Hon. W. F. BlaANTOW-Jg |W Judge of Dade County. na CoB tf same In his office m in |dl Courthouse In Dade -ount>. $, within eight calendar njOBtM' ^ date of the first publication ^ Said claims or demands ^ the legal address of *• "Su*<*'' to be sworn to and pre?" 11 ^^ S" said, or same will be' "~ Att Section 180 of the 1033 ProM • Date January 2, Aj> !".. "" ALFRED ^ of As Administrator of tne *j ,, ELIZARETH RAJNA. P" ELRY STONE 1010 Congress Building Miami, Fla. mtm Attorney for Administrate 2/4-11-18-1*


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jj^^viislbJElliDipidliiaun feoLUME 22-NUMBER 6 Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMlTFLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11. 1949 PRICE TEN CENTS' Seth David Will )edicate Site |For Synagogue A dedicatory service will be Icondmt.d Sunday at 11 a.m. to lhallow the grounds of the new Isite of Congregation Beth David lat S W 3rd Ave. and 26th Road. A special donors' and workers' Ibreakfast will be served in the Ipresent Talmud Torah at 9 a.m. and will be followed by a motorIcade and procession to the new Isite. Four hundred children from I the Sunday School classes will march in the procession. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus of Temple Israel and %  president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association, will deliver the invocation. Louis Heiman, chairman of the program committee, will make a short address. The planting of the first trees on the site under the direction of executive director, Jerome B. Gordon, will commemorate both the hallowing of the ground and the holiday Tv B'shvat. Rabbi I Max Shapiro, assisted by Cantor Maurice Mamches, will conduct | the hallowing services. Plans for the ground-breaking ceremonies and the commencement of building operations are now being formulated and will be announced in the very near future The new building will comprise three units and will be air conditioned throughout. There will be seating for 2500 persons, facilities for classrooms, recreation rooms, kitchen, dining rooms, auditorium, and playground space. The steering committee of the Beth David Building Corporation includes: Moe Feingold, Bernard A. Sterling, Harry Markowitz, Frank A. Rose, Jacob Sher, Herbert E. Scher, Stanley C. Myers, Alex Cohen, Louis Heiman, S. J. Spector and Harry Gordon. Hopes For Armistice In Palestine Grow Dim At Rodes Conference RHODES, (JTA)—Prospects of an Israeli-Egyptian armistice receded this week as it became apparent that the Rhodes conference was floundering in technical difficulties, it was indicated here. Dr. Ralph J. Bunche, acting Palestine mediator, saw the Egyptian delegation in an effort to overcome differences which were barring the way to a meeting later between the two military staffs. Hopes for the success of the conference, which for almost three weeks has been swaying between success and failure, had risen as military discussions got under way. But thev fell again when the military chiefs rose after a four-hour session this week without fixing the time for the next meeting. A high conference source said that some progress had been made recently on drafting the armistice lines but had been halted by the adamant stand of both sides on certain positions. Elias Sassoon, the Israeli delegation's expert on Arab affairs, returned here this week after a fortnight's visit to Israel. Usually well-informed sources said his return indicated that he might be expecting other Arab arrivals and wanted to be on hand to advise the delegation. Dr. Bunche's legal adviser, Dr. Constantine Staxropouhs, who began a tour of the Arab capitals this week arrived in Demascus where he conferred with Syrian Premier Khaled el Azem. He is also expected to make contact with the U.N. Conciliation Commission in Jerusalem. Tallahassee Enacts Anti-Mask Ordinance Following the Ku Klux Klan motorcade parade staged in Tallahassee on the night of January 27, the Tallahassee City Commission, Wednesday, unanimously adopted on first reading a city ordinance prohibiting the wearing of masks in the city streets and public buildings, and holding of meetings of hooded persons whose identity cannot be ascertained. Effect of this ordinance, the first such to be adopted by a Florida city, is to unmask organizations such as the Ku Klux Klan, and to deter acts of intimidation. Appearing before the City Commission of Tallahassee were representatives of various Tallahassee community groups, including the Junior Chamber of Commerce, the American Legion, and the B'nai B'rith. In pointing up the significance of the bill, Fred Yates of the Tallahassee American Legion Post stated that it was "up to the capital city of Florida to set an example for the rest of the state by passing this ordinance." The bill will have its second reading at the next meeting of the Tallahassee City Commission, which take place on March 10, after which, thirty days hence, the bill will become law. At the time of the hearing on the bill, several letters and resolutions were read to the Tallahassee City Commission all of which were in commendation of the stand taken by Governor Fuller Warren in his condemnation of the Ku Klux Klan. Support of the Tallahassee antimask measure was given by the Florida Regional Office, Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, Serious Split Among Revisionists In Israel TEL AVIV, (JTA)—Meir Grossman, chairman of the world executive of the Revisionist Party, is now forming a caretaker executive for the Israeli Revisionist Party following the resignation during the week-end of its chairman, Dr. Arieh Altman, and six other members of the executive. The resignations climaxed a discussion within the executive on the results of the Israeli elections and the future policy of the party. Grossman's new body, which he is forming under powers given him by the last international Revisionist conference in Paris, will be established on the following temporary program: The continued independent existence of the Revisionist Party here and abroad; and, that until the next World Revisionist Conference in June, there shall be no negotiaparty. tions with the Heruth or any other Meanwhile, Grossman has cabled the various Revisionist headquarters throughout the world and asked for their confidence and assistance in keeping "intact the inheritance" of Vladimir Jabotinsky, founder of the party. Israel Make First Business Deal With Russia TEL AVIV, (JTA)—The Soviet Union this week placed its first commercial order with Israel, purchasing a shipment of orange oil which will be delivered to the port of Odessa and payment for which is to be made through the Anglo-Palestine Bank. Several shipments of goods from Russia have already arrived in Israel. Jewish DP Camps In Europe To Close By 1950, Haber Says WASHINGTON, (JTA)—Most of the Jewish displaced persons ramps in Europe will be closed by June 30, 1940, barring "unforeseen events" in Israel or elsewhere, Dr. William Haber, retiring adviser on Jewish affairs to the United States Army in Germany, said in a report to Army Secretary Kenneth C. Roy all released this week. Dr. Haber made the prediction in a final report on his work in Europe from January, 1948 to January, 1949. Jewish displaced persons have been leaving the U.S. zones of Germany and Austria at the rate of 4,000 to 5,000 a month, Dr. Haber said. With the expected progress in the American displaced persons program, especially if liberalizing amendments to the law are adopted, he said, a | substantial number of Jewish DP's will be eligible for admission to the United States. In addition, he said, the Israeli government has tentative plans to remove all Jewish displaced persons in Germany and Austria who wish to go to Israel by September of this, year. Resettlement is the only real solution to the problem of Jewish displaced persons, Dr. Haber said, I reporting that "the past year represents a period that has shown i the greatest advance in the solu! tion of the Jewish displaced per' sons problem since the end of the war." During that time, he said, I approximately 37,600 Jewish DP's were resettled from the American zone in Germany and about 9,000 from the U.S. zone in Austria. At the end of last year, he said, approximately 75,000 Jewish displaced persons remained in the U.S. zone of Germany Noted Speakers Slated For Federation Pre Campaign Activities uv&vw wpww w ___^ r T c


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PAGE SIX >knistfkri3f/3ir FRIDAY, FEBRUARY m RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY Congregation Beth Jacob (OrMiami Beach Jewish Ccnsmunthodox). 301-311 Washington Ave.. iiy Center (Conservative l_Ji Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses MesWashington AT*. Miami Beac... ch eioff Rabbi Irring Lehrman. Cantor K Jacob Y. Goldring. Gue.i M M %  iveatns erTee at • A : ^ I Ing Temple Israel (Reform). 137 N.E. 19th St. Rabbi Colrnan A. Zwitman: Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Rabbi Emeritus. I :. -• If E %  Ices .:.• a — Ii %  Saturday .: D M M Triton Hotel Dining R 0or On the Ocean a! Twenty-Eighth St Full Course Dinners Air-Conditioned Operated by Erwln Frishn lt Phone 5-6651 Music • n, sWILNO KOMI I II MEAT PRODUCTS ,y? %  Congregation Beth David (Conservative). 135 N.W. Tk:.-d Ave. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. R ; Ral %  % %  %  %  %  %  •. %  %  Israelite Center [Genaral 33-16 S.W. 24th St. Congregation Keneseth Israel Orthodox 432 E:panola Way. Miami Hebrew School and ConMiami Beach. 1101 S.W. %  t. Israel I i• %  will gregation .Orthodox 1 12th ATC Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Berele Keiemer. %  • %  %  i • Miuval %  •an I vi Bible i-.: %  afteri %  -%  % %  Schal %  Beach Center Women To Sponsor Peerce Concert 7. Mi i 1 'Mil %  .-•---.-:•.. %  • : I Met.:.'.' ncert on s at %  *"-• : Sunday. '8:15 p.m. United Jewish Scnools. North at th Cent fOl W Campus. University of Miami. Congregation Beth El Orthodox). 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer, Cantor Miiton Friedman. tlenta and residents of the iblei area at Pratt General • %  • -• %  ': J Will %  : '• A %  S %  • at to a Dad lie* All and Adult Bibli pted a m. with Abraham Levltan. .An pen foni Uowe. Coral Gables Jewish Center (Liberal). Sabbath eve services fr 1415 Euclid %  Mi Ira W Won I each on A I.. ti .. I %  %  — A Pan II %  %  %  • ••'-• %  -' • %  •' 1:4 rrivi %  • • ; X • ..!.'! Th Temple Beth Sholom (Liberal). 4144 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach. Jewish Community Center j Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor (Conservative). 2020 Polk St.. Samuel Keiemer. %  j .• : w. : %  %  Hollywood. Rabbi Max Kaufman. F laj %  %  : %  the S f i • : : He and : Ion • ... + ^ ^> ^ 1 Slip Covers Upholstering Droperies Bed Spreads I Head Boards Cornices Made to Order Reasonably Priced Quality work guaranteed f\ I THE ORIGINAL JOSEPH J. InAWLSONI 704 N. E. 1st AVENUE jj PHONE 3-0151 J FOR REPRESENTATIVE I, WITH SAMPLES Friday evening services at 8 16 :.• %  K nleh will speak <-II %  • d •> • The) An Ones; S : %  • • % %  .-. sa b ba 11 Childrei thd I at S:45 foi : • • Hebrew ela --• %  weekd I Iren 74 to n Congregation beth Tfilah (Orthodox). 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. %  •: Ing sen %  w... apeak i >n I %  .•• • %  S % %  %  and the 8 %  %  Ing 4 the B Thi Portlo ol the w • %  • I • and Hebrew songs and imlroi Dallj it 7 and 8 a.m. a will be addressed by tl e • i wing the aervl • Sen wed by a class Ii Jew Ish i Maartv fol Temple Emanu-El (Reform). 1801 S. Andrews Ave., Fort Lauderdale. Dr. Marius Ranson, Rabbi. S bath service Fi Ida) at S 15 ; %  m '"The ... I • herhood Wei k \ %  %  %  n will follow In thi eceptlo • %  || w-rvli •at I p m and Temple Isaiah (Reform). 1065 : Dade Blvd.. Miami Beach. Rabbi David Raab. Friday evening services at 1:11 | Rabbi I>u\ Id Raal •and BI • .•. k on the • • le Israel i'..t;i Hyman liuksti will be %  ili 1st accompanied at the organ by Betty Haiam. A r< epUoi ••. Rellgl at 10 a m. Rabbi April To Address Hadassah Group Meeting R. I Api II, S] .: leader of the Mi S n 1 Busines and Profes:. :. Mian i Chapter of issah to b< hel I Monday at 8:30 p.m. at the Mian i V. 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