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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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liewislhJEIliDipidliiaun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
22 NUMBER 8
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25 1943
PRICE TEN CENTS
ALESTINE WAR ENDS
trael And Egypt Sign Armistice; \^^jrk A f A ,. ... ~^ ~7.
irab States Set To Come To Terms 1949 Appeal Activities LOJltinUe;
movement for
|RH0DES-7h
mnanent | the strife-torn
UyLand icceleraled as Is-
ef ar.d Egypt signed a historic
hlestir.e am istice and six other
fabstetes si med ready to come
j terms.
I Iraq and Saudi Arabia an-
Lunced that t: ; will acept any
beemenl r between other
jab states and Israel. Peace dis-
ssioas with Trans-Jordan and
ebar.or. eduled to begin
wet week vill be bound by
fe Let. reement and Ye-
len by rtian accord, in-
Brrr.ed s
[The actual signing ceremony
10:30 a.m. ,3 30 a.m. EST)
hursday in the Hotel des Roses
5 an anti- Umax to an elabor-
celebration Wednesday eve-
l
Terms of the historic armistice
iced :' t virtual demilitanza-
lUthern Palestine. Egypt was
in command of a small coastal
ip of s -' rn Palestine, about
miles long ar.d five miles wide,
staining 3aza and tr.e border
m of ?._:'-..
Other: ; LntS of the armis-
ce provide that the status of
ithlehex. and Hebron, important
unur.i it D ': ubs in the N'egev,
battbesettli i In negotiations be-
reen Israel ar.d Trans-Jordan
hich a: -led to start Mon-
ty'-
ElAlija, the vital southern con-
rol point of the N'egev on the
yptiar. I which was cap-
by Israeli forces in De-
r, will be demilitarized and
come the seat of an Israeli-
te.-, armistice commission.
Some 3,000 Egyptian troops
lapped a: Faluja will be evacu-
ated start.:.,- at 5 a.m. Saturday.
war aers wil be ex-
Hanged, starting 10 days from
low.
Tr.e agr< .-t pledged each
m to withdraw the major por-
Wn of its t. ps from points of
Fiction. .f the pact were
fscnbei in the preamble as de-
signed to "facilitate the transi-
tion from the present truce to
permanent peace."
Observers agreed that the ar-
mistice, although a purely mili-
tary agreement, laid the founda-
tion of permanent peace in the
Holy Land. Its terms were so
worded that neither side emerged
as the victor nor the vanquished.
Dr. Ralph Bunche, the Ameri-
can Negro Quaker who alone
more than any other single pre-
son was considered responsible
for successful conclusion of the
amr istice.
Date Set For General Solicitation
JWV Posts To Fete
Nat'l Commander
Myer Dorfman. national com-
mander Jewish War Veterans, will
be guest of honor at a reception
to be held by the local posts at
the Miami Beach Jewish Com-
munity Center, 17th St. and Wash-
ington Ave., tomorrow night at
8:15.
Commander Dorfman is on a
national speaking tour emphasiz-
ing the importance of support for
the Federation campaign and ex-
plaining the role of the Jewish
war veterans in rallying public
support to the defense of Israel.
Maurice Klein, department
commander of the JWV will in-
troduce Commander Dorfman.
Hylan Kout, commander of the
Miami Beach post, will welcome
the guest and Obbie Rosenthal.
commander of the Norman Bruce
Brown post in Miami, will explain
the local program of JWV.
Samuel Rivki.-.d. head of the
Hotel Division of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation ar.d past
national vice commander of JWV
will outline the needs combined
Jewish Appeal in this community.
Burnett Roth will be the general
chairman.
The guard of honor of the Nor-
man Bruce Brown poet will pre-
sent the colors.
The public is invited to attend.
"The Flag Of The Holy Gty"
lahh^V"^"''"'1 '-VIlzracni News Bureau)Dr. Isaac Herzog, chief
F ooi o. Israel, is sn.own above receiving the flag of Jerusalem from
Lp.J;0""i r.4 general of the Holy City area at a recent outdoor
E>3i? A 'rdm to a Mizrachi News Bureau (MNB) dispatch.
fcuru i/a"cl 1S expected to arrive in this country within the next
* *ee*s : a nationwide speaking tour.
report on the future of Jewish religious life in Israel
Local Groups To
Hear Mme Oppert
Mme. Pauline Oppert, a lead-
er of the French wartime resist-
ance against the Nazis and re-
sponsible for saving the Lives of
thousands of Jewish children, will
speak at a series of meetings for
the 1949 Jewish Appeal next
week.
On Sunday morning Mme. Op-
pert will address a breakfast
meeting of the Beach Lawyers'
Division, under the chairmanship
of Judge Harold Spaet, at the
Shelborne Hotel.
The French woman will address
the Winter Residents Unit at a
stag dinner at the home of Mr
and Mrs. Samuel Katz. 5970 North
Ray Road. Miami Beach, Monday
evening at 6 o'clock.
The Winter Residents Unit is
headed by Jack Ablir.. Assisting
him are Jack Dubinsky and David
Phillips, co-chairmen. The unit
executive committee includes
Harry Aberman, Sidney Ansm.
Louis Cohen, Jack Cooper. Leon
Ell, Abraham Fine. Samuel Fox.
Philip Frieder, Alex Goldblatt,
Sam Goldfarb, Louis Krensky,
Ben Shapiro, Gus Trau, Dr. Jos-
eph Weidberg and Jacob Ziskind.
Mme. Oppert will speak at a
cocktail party gathering of the
paint division Monday at 5 p.m.
at the Higgins Co., 2780 West
Flagler St. Robert Levin and Al
Sherman are co-chairmen of this
division.
On next Friday night the visitor
will address the members of Con-
gregation Beth El at their late
Friday evening forum.
Mme. Oppert, born and edu-
cated la France, was graduated
as a trained nurse in 1934. She
did social work in a children's
home in Tours and later headed
the nursing staff of a French war
hospital during the first winter
of the war.
When the Blitzkrieg hit France,
she and her husband joined the
underground but he was cap-
tured by the Nazis while rrj
out a mission for the French un-
derground. Tortured to make him
d his associates, M. Oppert
died a hero's death rather than
betray their confidence. His wife
carried on in the spirit in wl
he died, paying the Nazis back in
full for their barbarism to her
country and to her people. After
her husband's death. Mme. Op-
pert helped to establish '.". chil-
dren's homes m France which
Jhose itroi gest advocate
movement
Mme. Oppert Jack A
cared for 1500 Jewish children
who were supported by the Joint
Distribution Committee. Here sii
continued the work she had be-
gun in the underground camps
; where she had helped to spirit
, away children and find hiding
'place for them under the
tr.e Gestapo. Now the same chil-
I dren were being prepared :
new life m a world of peace.
Mme. Oppert has two i "
of her own, one seven, t
eleven. She has covered a great
I deal of the country in recent tours
I for the UJA. She returned from
a trip to Europe of a rw: tn : nth
duration where she surveyed the
DP camps and the Jewish com-
munities in Europe. She returns to
this country to bring home t > tfa
people of the United Sta
I plight and the needs of the
, ageous Jews m the DP camps
who are facing their fourth rear
of homeiessness since the end of
the war.
Honse-To-House
Solid tat ion To
Begin March 20
The general r.ouse-to-house so-
1949 Com-
bine Jewish Appeal will get un-
der way March 20 and is sched-
uled to end March 31, George
Chertkof. chairman if the Metro-
politan Unit announced at a meet-
ing attended :y cres.dents of
twenty J rganizations ai-
filiated ith the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation.
Chertkof pointed out that the
campaign is ::' particular import-
ance to local groups this year be-
cause of the $200,000 building
fund whi:h has :een included. He
explained that this sum will be
the first Installment bo a five
year building fund program. In
addition, he said. $368,655 a
being allocatec to lical ber.e-
v agencies.
Stating tnat a rn.n.rr.um ::' 1 '.<)''.
volunteer workers will :e re-
quired t. rover all prospects,
-.kof called upon the jrgan-
uation heads to undertake ta-
re Ehnent of volunteers. Each presi-
dent accepted a quota and
pledged r.irnse.:' t.: initiate a vol-
- teer recruitman rampaign im-
mediately
Chertkof name: Harild Z.nn ia
bis Eo-cfaairmao for Miami Bean.
Other metropolitan leaden wto:
have been appointed to serve with
Chertkof are Town majors, Leon-
ird Egert. Bernar- Paflaat, Mrs
Frances Daniels, Mrs. Mary Selig-
man, Mrs. Abraham Gold, H
Gordon, Leo W. Chulock, Mrs.
John Temple. Sidney Lewis. Her-
man Feldman arid Sidney Sega..
-. n-.a;ors. Joseph Duntov. Mr
and Mrs. Henry Seitlin, Jack Ab-
Ibott, Louis Feinstem. Marvin
KimmeL Mrs. Morris Alpert. Al-
I bert M. Lehrman. Joel P. New-
man. David M. Trau. Harold
Shapiro ^r.d Mrs. Mortimer
Schwartz.
Schools, Churches, Civic Groups Join
In Observance Of Brotherhood Week
Special Gifts
I Hit Meets
is the World Mizrachi religious-Zionist
Commission Reports To Congress, Asks
Elimination Of Discrimination From Law
LimiASHlNGTN (JTA) The a 40 percent priority for displaced
EErf d provislons iT0Tn the persons from "de facto annexed
iimi-Serr.:-:,,a-thlsweeltrecom. -agriculturalists." ana sets the
"ended in tr.e Displaced Persons eligibility date at Dec. 22, 194o
n2nio:i's f:-"st report to Con-
ftiu e r'pr'rt al*o stated that
hu V,sas '^ been made avail"
S.I DF'S durm* the first six
jomhs of operation of the DP
hi iuough 5000 or more visas
ne theoretically available.
L/"e Corr-mission expUined the
fi^!Pan7 between the actual
figf! a^ the possible figure as
kjV0 lowing pains" such as
^equate staff, insufficient
L? sPace. and the difficulty
cent Vn!ng an entirely new con-
fcrV, u practice- Greater prob-
dJL 4 ever il *id' were the
Jf'nfr.tive requirement, of
*ct itaeif which establishes
To resolve such problems the
commission recommended to Con-
gress that these requirements be
eliminated and that the date be
changed to April 21, 1947 when
the camps were closed to further
entrance of displaced persons. It
proposed substituting a provision
that the selection of displaced per-
sons be carried out without dis-
crimination as to race, religion
or national origin.
Instead of requiring assurances
of specific job* and housing facili-
ties for the OP'S, it suggested only
the requirement of assurances of
"reasonable and suitable resettle-
ment opportunities.
A mass meeting at Bayfront
Park tomorrow night will climax
the observance of Brotherhood
Week in Miami.
Dr. Everett R. Clinchy. presi-
dent of the National Conference
of Christians and Jews which
sponsors Brotherhood Week, will
be principal speaker at the Bay-
front gathering. Also slated to ap-
pear on the program is William
Ziff publisher and author of
Gentlemen Talk Peace" and
Two Worlds."
A resolution commending Gov-
ernor Fuller Warren on his stand
against the Ku Klux Klan and
other such organizations will be
read. Mayor Robert L. Floyd will
preside and music will be fur-
nished by the Miami Edisor. High
School band.
A highlight of the week was the
annual Brotherhood manquet
which was held at the Miami
Woman's Club Tuesday night.
Citations for "distinguished
services for bettering human rela-
tions" were awarded to Rabbi
Colman A Zwitman. Temple Is-
rael; Alice M. MacVicar. assistant
director of instruction in county
Is: Richard B. Roberts Jr..
?is: president of the Catholic
Welfare Bureau
The awards were made by the
three co-chairmen of the M
Round Table, affiliate of the Na-
tional Conference. Dr. H. Frank-
lin Williams, George Chertkof
I and Andrew T. Healy.
Brotherhood Week programs
were conducted in Dade County
1 schools and churches.
I Other programs extending
through March 4. in which Dr.
Clinchy will take part will be at
the Boca Raton Club. Temple
Beth Sholom. Coral Gables
Methodist Church. White Temple
Methodist Church and Temple Is-
rael.
Brotherhood Week programs
here were arranged by Andrew
W. GottschalL regional director
for the National Conference.
Chile Reeo*nizes Israel Tin Prinelple'
SStiSt t3dSJS2 I-* representative here.
Having accepted a quota of
?: a )00 toward the all-city Com-
bined Jewish Appeal goal of $1.-
881.737. workers in the Special
Gifts Unit of the Appeal met at
the headquarters of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation Tuesday
and undertook an intensive so-
licitation of more than 200 pros-
pects.
Chairman of the unit is Abra-
ham Goodman. Serving on the
, steering committee are George M.
i Cohen. Al Store. Sam Proster-
| man. Ben GiTer and Gus Trau.
Other members of the Special
I Gifts Unit Committee are Dr.
David Andron. Saul Ashkenazy.
!Jack Burris. Leo Eisenstein. Leon
| Ell. Jacob Fishman. Joseph Gar-
t field. Dr. Morris Goodman. Aaron
Kanner. Rabbi Leon Kromsh.
i Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Dr. Louis
| G. Lytton, Joseph Lipton. Harry
I. Magid. Oscar Mamber. Rabbi
Moses Mescheloft Max Meisel.
! Benjamin Meyers. J. J Pearlmut-
I ter. Arthur L. Perper, Harry Plat-
I off. Joseph Rambam. Joseph Rose.
Burnett Roth. Sam Rose. Seymour
[Rubin, Harold Shapiro, Rabbi
Max Shapiro. Harry Simonhoff.
Ed Singer. Harry Sirkin. Judge
Harold B. Spaet, George Talian-
off. Harold Turk and Harry Zuk-
crnick.
M


PAGE TWO
vjenistrkricfian
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25 1949
< '
I

I'll Say...
By HARRY SIMONHOFK
The Federation's Honor Roll
A century from now, the Honor
Rolls published by the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation will be
important docurr.er.ts. These book-
lets reflect the present history of
our community. Evi :dual.
through his donation, writes his
own biography. Inclusion in I
booklets will do honor to many:
their descender.ts will h<;-.
to be proud. Conversely, a future
generation will look
at the callow
forefather, up-, whom the fa:-
reaching events of the past few
years made sue
sionor none at all.
A Hectic Year
In the year 2048. when Gre I
Mian.; will nu 5.000.000
hum in sent w ill
heroic age ir. Jewish am
Many will marvel how theii
cestors did react to the Nazi .
f I .000.000 Ji v$
the frar.1 I the DP -
save tl .ves in tl
Occupation Zont the under-
ground
Jew to 1 Land:
to the U N v I f 35 n
the partition int
wards ruin and disaster; to the
est blishm nt of Medinas Israel
on May 15. 1948! to President Tru-
-cognition wit lin
8 minutes a:'- Bi n Gunon's De-
iti '.". : to the
n of the n
A I na-
: rtitude and
of men. iren.
t to lesti
by Ids; to thi
tibnof J mili-
tary s. to 1

tl n nst Brit- have raised the stat
and anti-S tilit: I
of tl Id at 1
licking f tl n
.... ...... gr.ition ofI' stature of /
then it is 1 1 parasite
iths; 1 rderly election of
r. 1900 y<
f 12 IT.-
thin 7
j. wi ;._ the i -. : thi U
lection
Chai V Pi
: ." Stal
The Community Reaction
'' J lis-
Bril to the
acts of Jewii
caust
Mand itory 1 th<
stamina Yish
everything :
MIAMI'S OLDEST
FURNITURE MUVERS
......
:' 11 ..
least wh
Bib! tegory
- :. vision ,th<
I
: '
ts do net expand
a evenl heroi "' "-- ts of their
Miami Y Will Hold
Bridge Tournament
A duplicate bridge tournament
will be held at the Miami Y
Monday night. February 28, at 8
o'clock, according to an announce-
ment by Fred Grossberg, social
man of the Miami YM-
YWHA.
You don't have to be a bridge
>- expert to enter the tournament,"
G ssberg says. "The contest is
for everyday players."
The tournament is limited to
80 teams. The first 40 paid entries
will play Monday night, February
and the rest will play the
wing Monday evening, March
7. The best six teams for each
ing's play will meet in the
An 1 ngraved silver cup will be
: to each winning East &
West and North & South.
Harold Meyers of the social
mittee is in charge of the
tournament with Mrs. Harry Gold-
Dorothy Mark and Irving
Saal, assisting him. According to
the contest is open to
ers and non-members.
interested are requested
tact the office of the Miami
Y at 3-5489.
legal group. A few are absur-
enough to swallow the stupid
ideology of the American Council
for Judaism, Inc. Some ..re per-
haps influenced by their Gentile
wives. 01
tain snol bi nplex that
then: 1 superi fixation
iing aloof from Jewish activi-
Y iung law;. out
thorn usually
a tough pr ting
1 : 1948, it is in
I
ten spot I 5 tru
: ply 1 ves a

Yet ertain I I
mow thai
sup] sedl; su-l
I intellects. 1
; ...
in their failu I | thai
eroi M |
city,
Myers Named To Board
Stanley C. Myers of this
has been named to the board nf
governors of the Training Bureau
for Jewish Communal Service
educational institution orgSJ
three years ago to train profes
sional workers for positions fa.
Jewish communal leadership h
was announced by Bernard Penin
bo'ardCindnna,i' -*"'*
f Jews 1 A:
lii
nthe Negev ]
Highlands
[
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pire a firsl poe:
it thi -
birl : I el. Bui wl I
' : '.n our commun-
Miami area.
ponded nobly. In
1948, : H n R .. : : Is the
ntribul This
' -: :.. ..-. \ t
each
ntribul hat ex-
tent 1 eacted 1
faced by the
1900 years.
H r will outlive
| that bestov
glamour to the .- a-
: Beach.
A thi ol
M. J. .. rked
ling a census for
tl e Jewish pnp-
' Oj (',: ater Miami ( xci
40.000 souls The mosl casual ex-
f the 1948 Honor Roll
indicate that at least
33 1/2 not respond to
s campaign. As proof thai this
ate is conservativi I made
the
.or.. I found but 123
names out of 205 J. wisl lawyers
ing in Greater Miami. S
what can be expected of plain
vhen e tl an 1/3 of the
mi ml rs in a learned and re-
ted profession remain deaf
irgent pli as at a most crucial
moment ir. Jewish his'
Parasites
There is no single reason that
will explain this defection in the
'...-. the;
should un ersta tl plight of
the DP '.- tting
the Hit n-
er.tration ; I toler-
n the fact f the N
bestialil
volting libi I
who can vi< I nent
his : thei rtun mother
murdi ped his
i. his child flunu into
ewi All these things
actually happened to his rela-
tives. By mere chance he escaped
t horrors because circumstances
or poverty drove his parent- to
Europe when they did. Fail-
ure to make a small or large con-
tribution, depending on hi- condi-
tion, puts him in the class named
by the Negro folk before the Civil
WarWhite Trash.
Hadassah Group Will
Meet Monday Night
The Henrietta S/old Group of
Hadassah will hold a business
meeting Monday night at 8:30 at
the Helene Hotel. 1030 15th St..
Miami Beach. Plans will be com-
pleted for a games party to 1 e
held March 12 at 8:30~ at the
Helene.
Proceeds will go toward Ha-
dassah's health projects in the
Holy Land.
Mrs. Nathan Israel, president, is
in charge of arrangements and
Mis. David Slovak l< ticket cl
man.
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PPH5AY, FEBRUARY 25, 1949
fJtnisli fkridifon
PAGE THREE
Hollywood B'nai B'rith
Youth Group Meets
At a meeting of the B'nai
B'rith Youth Organization, Holly-
wood Chapter, held last Thursday
evening, at the Jewish Commun-
ity Center, Evelyn Winofsky and
Muriel Weinstein were welcomed
as new members.
Mel Rosenthal was elected to
thc office of recording secretary
to fill the vacancy created by the
resignation of Eileen Bohrer.
Guest speaker of the evening
was Mrs. Anne Rubinstein, ex-
serviccuoman, member of the
Jewish War Veterans Post No.
613 of Broward County. Mrs.
Rubinstein outlined the plans of
her organization for a Purim fes-
tival, to be held at the Commun-
ity Center on Sunday evening,
March 13. She requested the co-
operation of the youth organiza-
tion in the Queen Esther popular-
ly cnnti.-t. to be held in con-
junction with the festival. Joan
Bergman. Eileen and Sheila
Bohrer. Maxine Diamond, Lor-
raine Mitrany, Joan Ranson, Nor-
ma Rosenberg and Lillian Sul-
tan signified their intention to en-
ter the contest.
Membership in the Youth Or-
ganization is open to young men
and women between the ages of
17 and 25. Meetings are held each
Thursday evening.
Mahoney Named
Orange Bowl
Committee Head
Elected last week as president
of the Orange Bowl Committee,
Daniel J. Mahoney, vice president
and general manager of the Mi-
ami Daily News, has begun the
selection of standing committees
for the 1950 program. Mahoney,
himself a rabid sports fan, will
appoint committees to handle the
problem of ticket distribution and
the selection of opponents for the
Orange Bowl game. A special
committee chairman will be
named to investigate the possi-J
bility of raising the seating ca-
pacity of the Bowl through the
sale of $50 bonds.
Elected to serve with Ma-
honey were Grove Morrow, first
vice president; John Montgomery,
second vice president, and Joe H.
Adams, third vice president. Paul
Marks will fill the secretary's
chair and C. F. "Jack" Baldwin
was re-elected to the post of
treasurer.
Gables Director To
Leave For Israel
Robert Bergman will
a four-month ministry
PTA Holds Meeting
The newly-formed PTA of the
United Jewish School held a
meeting Tuesday night at 8
o*clock at the Coral Gables Wom-
en's Club, East Ponce de Leon
and Santilane Ave. Guest speak-
er was Rabbi Max Shapiro.
Officers of the organization are:
Edward Weich, president; Mrs.
Sam Lieberman, recording secre-
tary; Mrs. Seymour Blumenthal,
treasurer.
Gilbert M. Fein Opens
Own Office At Beach
After several years as designer
and chief draftsman for Greater
Miami architects, Gilbert M. Fein
has opened his own office for the
practice of architecture at 1370
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
A veteran of World War II,
Fein graduated with honors from
the School of Architecture at New
York University. He was associ-
ated with his father in the pract-
ice of architecture before moving
to Miami Beach.
While in the service he assisted
in the design and installation of
airports, administration buildings,
hangars, and other Air Force
facilities in the South Pacific.
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at the Coral Gables Jewish Center
when he conducts a farewell Sab-
bath Eve service in the auditorium
of the Coral Gables Elementary
School, Ponce de Leon at Minorca,
tonight at 8:05. On his departure,
Bergman will leave for a two-
year stay in Israel.
For the past six years a rab-
binical student at the Hebrew
Union College, Bergman post-
poned his Israel trip at the re-
quest of the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations to accept
the position of interim director of
the Gables Center in the organiza-
tional stages of that body. While
here he also served as South
Florida representative of the
Union, the national central body
of this country's liberal syna-
gogues. During his stay, he of-
ficiated at Center services. Mem-
bers of the congregation and
patients at Pratt Veterans Hos-
pital Chapel, where he performed
Jewish chaplaincy duties under
Resident Chaplain James Boston.
While in Israel, Bergman will
work for a year as a member of
the cooperative farm colony of
Mishmar Ha-emek, where he will
make a study of the colony's
school system, reputed to be the
most progressive in the world. He
will also engage in free lance
journalistic work. This will be
followed by a year at the Hebrew
University in Jerusalem.
During his stay he will engage
in a number of educational proj-
ects involving wire recorder and
motion pictures, primarily in the
field of Israeli folk arts, the dance
and music.
Participating in his farewell
service will be Cantor Joseph
Malek, who will continue to as-
sist the congregation after the di-
rector's departure; Mrs. Leo Wool,
soprano; and Melvin Koven, who
will deliver a sermonette on the
occasion of his Bar Mitzvah.
Young Koven's Bar Mitzvah is the
first such ceremony in the history
of the young Gables Jewish Com-
munity Center. Mr. and Mrs. Jos-
eph Koven, the parents of the con-
firmand, will be hosts at a recep-
tion following the service. Also
participating will be the Coral
Gables Chapter of B'nai B'rith
Women and their president, Mrs.
Nathan Bloom.
Jr. Hadassah Sponsors
Record Album Sales
The Miami Unit of Junior Ha-
dassah is sponsoring the sale of
a collection of original Hebrew
folk songs. The music is com-
posed and played by Nachum
Nardi, a distinguished Jewish
composer.
Included in this album are "Re-
joice. O Land of Sharon," "To
Galilee," "Hymn to Labor,"
"Stamp Your Feet," and "In Spite
of All."
Proceeds from sale of the album
will go towards the children's vil-
lage of Meier Shfeyan, maintained
by Junior Hadassah. Destitute
children, orphaned children, refu-
gee youth, find a haven and se-
curity in this home-school-voca-
tional training center in Israel.
For further information concern-
ing the purchase of this album,
contact Rita Ross at 83-3267.
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Sponsor Dance Feb. 27
The Coral Gables Jewish Cen-
ter has slated a dance for Sunday,
February 27, at 9 p.m. at the
Frolics Club, 1306 N.E. Bayshorc
Drive.
Mrs. Sam Silver is chairman of
the affair. Assisting her is Mrs.
Herman Fisher, co-chairman, who
is in charge of tickets.
Admission including tax is
$1.20. All proceeds are earmarked
for the Center building fund. For
reservations, call 83-3315 or
48-2582.
New Institute Of Jewish
Studies Established
First meeting of the newly-or-
ganized Institute of Jewish
Studies for Adults was held
Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the Miami
Beach Y. Courses in conversation-
al Hebrew and Jewish history will
be offered. Modern Israeli songs
will be included in the curri-
culum.
The institute is jointly spon-
sored by the Bureau of Jewish
Education and the young adult
council of the Miami Beach
YMHA.
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25.
1949
EDITORIAL
1 Landmark
The weekly Anglo-Jewish press in the United
States is currently celebrating an important holi-
daythe 100th year of its existence.
When the first Anglo-Jewish weekly, the As-
monean, appeared in New York City a century
ago the total Jewish population in the United
States was slightly above 50,000 and its circula-
tion, taking into account the old methods of dis-
tribution, could not have been great. Yet, it filled
a needed gap. In those days news from abroad
was slow in reaching our shores and the general
press, of course, had neither the space nor the
inclination to feed items of Jewish interest to its
readers. Moreover, news was slow in percolating
and the Jewish community found itself completely
isolated from its brethren abroad. It was probably
this vacuum, as much as recognition of the need
of establishing a cultural vehicle, which prompted
the emergence of the weekly press. True, the
editors of the first paper had no means of trans-
mitting immediate news to its readers. But the fact
that there was a weekly made it possible to
publish news via letters and publications arriving
from abroad. Moreover, the originators of the idea
probably hoped that a way would be found in
time to secure news and thus establish that
spiritual contact with the rest of Jewry without
which early American Jewry could not have sur-
vived.
Up to the close of the nineteenth century the
influx of Jews from abroad was still not great
enough to make its impact felt. Beginning with
the immigration wave early this century, the
picture changed. Hundreds of thousands of Jews
began flocking to our shores, injecting new life
and spirit in the Jewish communities and weav-
ing a pattern that was not altered until evil hands
decided that America was no longer a haven for
the persecuted.
Concurrent with the growth of the Jewish pop-
Truee
It has come to pass. Egypt and Israel have
signed truce terms. The battle that has raged since
Biblical times seems well on the way to a per-
manent conclusion. It is gratifying to see a fittinq
ending to the glorious though bitter struggle to
establish the Jewish State.
Passing comment may be made justifying the
criticism of Britain's constant meddling. It was
said time and again that Israel could and would
make peace with all of its adversaries if England
would adopt a "hands-off" policy.

Monster, still at large
ulation, there was naturally a growing demand
for greater Jewish expression. And the English-
Jewish press, like the Yiddish, became a vehicle
for the channelization of Jewish expression. The
extent to which that press served the Jewish com-
munities in America is witnessed by the fact that
today we have more than fifty such publications
appearing in 43 cities in the United States, pro-
viding the local communities with news not avail-
able in the general press and with general ma-
terial of Jewish interest.
Because of the way Jewish news have been
dramatized by press and radio the past few years,
the local Anglo-Jewish press often finds itself be-
hind the times. But that is a temporary situation.
In fact, with the radio blasting away at news the
moment of occurrence even the morning news-
paper seems outdated.
A day will come, and we hope soon, when
things in Israel will become normal and when
the resettlement and rehabilitation of Europe's
Jews will be over, and when that day comes the
general press again will not serve the special
needs of the Jewish reader. Just as the press now
has a plethora of Jewish news, there will be a
dearth the moment the situation changes. When
that happens, the significance of an Anglo-Jewish
press, both as a vehicle of information and educa-
tion, will become more evident than ever.
As we celebrate the 100th anniversary of the
Anglo-Jewish weekly press, it can honestly be
said that it is destined to play a greater role in
American Jewish life in the century to come than
it has played in the century it is now closing.

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Young Soprano
To IpIvo I'oiHTrfl
Leatrice Faye Drazin, Miami
coloratu ing a
recital March 10 at 8:30 p.m at
the Miami Beach Y, Judge K<
neth Oka, chairman of the Y
music di .' nnoui
Miss Drazin began her sin.
career at thi age of seven. At
nine, she won an extensive talent
contest over WQAM. and at
twelve, a si:: lesl Phil-
phia's : dio station WCAU.
At fourteen, Miss Drazin was
arded Sup- I ior Hating and Na-
tional Honor from the Pennsyl-
vania Federation of Music Club?
at Norristown, Pa., and at fifteen
Guitar Master Will
Appear In Concert
Andres Segovia, foremost inter-
preter of the Spanisli guitar who
recently returned from an exten-
sive European tour climaxed by
his concerts at the Edinbu
I( Present Concert
A 'Give Away Concert" will be
presented at the Beth Jacob Syna-
gogue Sunday at 8:30 p.m.
A variety program will be pre-
sented which will include enter-
tainment from the Little Rou-
mania Restaurant and other pro-
fessional entertainers. Sunny Kay
.al. will appear in a recitaliwill serve a^ master of cere-
v. ni lay at Miami Beach High monies. Other participants on the
School as the fourth artist in the
munity Concert Series The
5 is sponsored by the M
Beach V.MHA.
Born in Granada. Spain. Segovia
now makes his home in Monte-
The Sisterhood will present one
received the Miss Philadelphia, vld(,0 L-ruf,u;iV Hls finrt ,,,,,,,., f tht. contributor8 to the Belh
Talent Aware.. At sixteen Mtal took place in his native city when Jacob Building Fund, with a new
Si ^^"rhu"vnZ he w* 14 years "ki- Since then four door Chevrolet sedan, dur-
2I"d:vSllJ?"g.^ has made musical history with ing the program. Mrs. William
gram will be Johnny Howard,
Lee Davis, Madame Olga Bibor
Stern. Hungarian concert pianist.
Violinist Nat Nissenbaum, Sylvia
Genet. Mrs. William Stander, Hy
Swerdlin and others.
, ne jiu.i ilium- musical i.isiurv win:
SOprai dune extensive COn-|six ^ an(, (- ( ," b
cert and radio singing including ;||kUti(m
among her appearance engage-
ments with the Strawbridge and
Clothier Concert orchestras, Wan-
amakcr Grar.d Court Concert se-
ries, Philadelphia Symphony Or-
chestra, music appreciation series.
Cosmopolitan Opera Company,
Rayburn Plaza Concert Orchestra.
Gerrr.antown Youth Orchestra,
Song Recitals sponsored by the
100 Club and Reciprocity Clubs of
Philadelphia, the Coral Gables
Philharmonic Orchestra, Miami
Bayfront Community Concert Se-
ries and the Everglades Club,
Palm Beach, etc.
Miss Drazin is very well kr.own
in the Greater Miami area for her
performances at various hotels
and organizational events.
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certized in Noith and South
America, Africa and Asia. Hi Is
currently on his sixth U. S. tour
under Impressario Sol Hurok's
supervision.
Bach and his classic contem-
poraries play an important roie
in the repertoire of this guitai
master. But the dance rhythms of
Spain and of the world are al.su
important. A Segovia program
blends the classic spirit with the
romance of Old Spain.
Segovia has long been consid-
ered the world's greatest guitar
virtuoso, and as the New York
Times critic remarks, "no rivals
have arisen to dispute this tit:.
Included on Wednesday night's
program will be works by Bach,
Sarlotti, Castelnuovo Tadesco.
Granados, de Vises and others.
Tickets for the concert are still
available and reservations may be
made by calling the Beach Y.
Kline is chairman of the pro-
gram.
Admission to the function will
be by contribution to the syna-
gogue expansion fund.
FRED K. SHOCHET
Editor and Publisher
Telephones 2-11412-8212
OFFICE and PLANT
120 N. E. Sixth Street
Volume 22 Number 8
FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 25. 1940
SHEVAT 26, 5709
Miami Y Variety
Show Audi!ions
Abe Aronovitz, chairman of the
Miami Y variety show committee,
announces that auditions for the
show will be held next Monday-
evening at 8 at the Y. Miss Betty
Ward, editor of the Miami Daily
News Youth Roundup, will be in
charge.
Aronovitz requests that all per-
sons who have any talent be pres-
ent at the audition.
In the past week Leo Acker-
man ar.d Mrs. Leon Kaplan have
joined the troupe of community
leaders who will perform in the
show.
Noted Met Tenor
To The Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter Sisterhood will present Jan
Peerce, one of America's foremost
tenors who is currently in his
eighth season as a Metropolitan
star, Sunday night at 8:15 at the
Center.
Peerce. who is one of the first
singers to break into the Met
through radio, is considered a
master of the Italian style, though
his training is American. His work
in opera, concert, radio, records
and movies has brought him in-
ternational fame.
The tenor, who first won rec-
ognition after an audition by
Toscanini, is under the direction
of Impressario Sol Hurok.
Mrs. Ira Walsey, chairman of
the concert, anounces that all
seats are reserved and that re-
servations may be made at the
Center office, 1415 Euclid Ave. or
by calling 58-2503.
Runoff Race Won
By Stockdale
Grant Stockdale. 33 year old
businessman, won the Democratic
nomination Friday for state repre-
sentative from Dade County.
Stockdale topped his opponent
J. Fritz Gordon, attorney, by
10.657 to 7,983. The total vote ex-
ceeded the combined total for
Democratic and Republican first
primaries February 8 by 4,160
votes.
This was Stockdale's second bid
for office. He lost out in the 1948
primaries to County Commission-
er Preston B. Bird.
The young business executive
only broke into politics three
years ago when he served as top
aide to George A. Smathers in
his successful race for Congress.
The Democratic nominee will
still have to face M. Duncan Held,
Republican nominee, in the gen-
eral election March 1, before he
can join the Dade delegation,
which includes Sen. R. B. Gautier,
Jr., Reps. William C. Lantaff and
George S. Okell.
If elected, he will be the young-
est member of the delegation.
Rabbi Twersky To Be
Guest At Shalos Seudos
Rabbi Israel Twersky, known
as the "Kozhnitser Rebbe," will
be guest of honor at the Beth
Tfilah Shalos Seudos tomorrow
afternoon. Rabbi Twersky is con-
sidered one of the greatest Chas-
sidic Rebbayim of our time.
Residents and tourists who wish
to have an "Oneg Ruchni" are
urged to be present.
Guest Cantor To Conduct
Services At Beth Tfilah
Cantor TJri Frankel, one of the
artists at the Omud, will appear
for the first time in this area at
the Congregation Beth Tfilah Fri-
day and Saturday. March 4 and 5,
according to an announcement by
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
Tickets may be obtained at the
synagogue office, 935 Euclid Ave.
Rabbi Skop Addresses
Flagler Granada Group
"Consolidation" was the sub-
ject of an address by Rabbi Mor-
ris Skop of Orlando before the
Flagler Granada Jewish Commun-
ity Center last week. After the
rabbi's speech, the club voted to
consolidate with the Coral Gables
Jewish Community Center. De-
tails of the merger will be an-
nounced at a later date.
Plans are now being formulated
for the organization's annual ban-
quet to take place in April.
A games party is slated for
March 10 at 8 p.m. at the Coral
Gables Women's Club. Refresh-
ments will be served and the
public is invited to attend.
Beth Tfilah Group To
Hold Malave Malke
Mr. and Mrs. Israel Diamond
will be hosts at a malave malke
which will be held tomorrow
night at the Congregation Beth
Tfilah under the auspices of the
Chcvra Mishnayos of the congre-
gation, Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
sky has announced. A program of
Palestinian songs and Zmnos is
being planned and refreshments
will be served.
The organization held a celebra-
tion last week in honor of Cha-
misha Asar B'shivat and the open-
ing of the Israeli parliament.
Among the speakers who par-
ticipated in the affair were Israel
Diamond, Rabbis Rackovsky, J.
L. Andron, Shulman and Katz.
Rabbi Rackovsky led the group
in Palestinian songs.
The Mesdames Zaidman, Dia-
mond and Jacobson served re-
freshments.
Program Presented At
Jewish Home For Aged
A program arranged by Leo
Steinman was presented Sunday
at the Jewish Home for the Aged.
Mrs. Lillian Nelson, daughter of
the eminent Rabbi Levine. served
as M. C. and sang Yiddish folk
songs and operatic arias. Others
who participated in the program
were Janet Sklow, singer; Cantor
Price; Mr. Meltzer, readings
Steinman plans to present pro-
grams at the home every two
weeks. Anyone interested in ap-
pearing on them is asked to call
him at 6-4148.
Cantor Kusevitzky To
Appear In Concert
A Grand Maariv concert will
be presented by Cantor M. K"se'
vitzky, world renowned liturgical
singer, Sunday evening at
o'clock at Congregation Win
Tfilah, under the auspices of Vaaa
Hatzola, an organization whicn
has done much to supplement tne
physical and spiritual needs ot un-
placed persons. $
Tickets for the concert are 9-
and may be obtained at the syna-
gogue office.
Clark To SpeakATY
Professor Edward Clark
the University of Miami.
review the well-known, bestsem
"MpnrMssohn." bv Shima riau
man, Tuaday night at the Miam
Y lounge.
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Banquet To Honor
Rabbi Lehrman
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of the
Miami Beach Jewish Community
Center, will be honored on the
occasion of his fifth year of serv-
ice as the -piritual leader of Mi-
ami Beach's Conservative Syna-
gogue at a reception and banquet
to be bold at the Center, 1701
Washington Ave., Miami Beach,
on Sunday, March 13, at 6 p.m.
Jack Albin, a member of the
synagogue's board of directors, is
chairman of the affair. He will be
assisted by a committee composed
of members of the congregation,
sisterhood and men's club.
Rabbi Lehrman, a graduate of
thr Jewish Institute of Religion,
where he was the recipient of the
Pegree of Rabbi and Master of
Hebrew Literature, served as
spiritual leader of Temple Shom-
rci Emunah, Montclair, N. J., prior
to taking over the Center pulpit.
At the time that Rabbi Lehr-
man assumed his duties in August,
1943, the congregation, with a
membership of two hundred and
fifty, conducted services in a con-
verter; private home at 1415 Eu-
clid Ave. In the intervening years
the membership has grown to
eight hundred families. Under
Rai i Lohrman's leadership, the
congtcgation erected its new
structure at 1701 Washington Ave.
Rabbi Lehrman was chosen last
year by the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation to visit the DP
camps of Europe and Israel as one
of three representatives of the
Miami community. His report on
the plight of the Jews in Europe
ar.d Israel brought him national
recognition. Numerous communi-
ties throughout the South utilized
his services in their fund-raising
efforts and the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation last year pre-
senti I him with a plaque for his
"invaluable asistance to the 1948
C ined Jewish Appeal."
Under his leadership the Jew-
ish Community Center has be-
come a point of interest, not only
for local residents, but also for
the many thousands of tourists of
the Jewish faith vacationing in
and around Miami Beach. The
large number of worshipers over-
flowing the 1,700 synagogue seats
and standing in the lobby and
corridors attests in tangible fash-
ion to the influence of his lead-
ership.
Twenty Youth Activity pro-
ire underway at the Cen-
ter under the personal supervision
of the Rabbi. Particularly note-
worthy among the numerous re-
ligious projects initiated by Rabbi
Lehrman is the Sunday morning
Youth Service and Breakfast,
which is considered one of the
outstanding projects of its kind
in the country.
Rabbi Lehrman and his wife,
Bella, reside with their children.
David and Rosalind Myra, at 1848
James Ave.
Beach Hotels Hold
Programs For Heart Fund
A series of entertstnments at
Miami Beach hotels for the bene-
fit of the Miami Heart Associa-
tion's fund-raising campaign got
underway last week and will con-
tinue through Wednesday, Sol
Goldstrom, director of the Beach
hotel entertainment division, an-
nounced.
Abe Allcnberg is chairman of
Goldstrom's committee. Co-chair-
men are James J. Carroll, Sid
White, Ike Gold, Mrs. Jimmv
Katz. Mrs. Sid White, A. Neil
Sawyer, Harry Erlanger, Warren
Freeman and Abe Pollack.

The campaign which is against j
the nation's No. One killer will}
aid the National Children's Car-
diac Home and the Miami Heart
Institute. Lindsey Hopkins, Jr., is,
general chairman.
Denver Children's Home
Group To Meet Tuesday
The Greater Miami Chapter of
the National Home for Jewish
Children at Denver will meet
Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. at the Wof-
ford Hotel, 2400 Collins Ave., Mi-
ami Beach.
Mrs. Edward L. Cowen will give
a review of the current Broad-
way success, "Edward My Son,"
starring Robert Morley.
Vaudevillian To Appear
At Purim Festival Mar. 12
Frank Keeney, dean of vaude-
ville managers and originator of
amateur shows, will perform at
the Purim festival to be spon-
sored by the Miami Ladies Auxil-
iary to the Jewish Home for the
Aged Saturday, March 12, at 8
p.m. in the Grossinger Pancoast
Hotel.
Keeney, who has outlived his
former pals, Oscar Hammerstein,
B. F. Keith, Proctor and Albee,
introduced such celebrities as
Fanny Bricc, Jimmy Savo and
George White to the American
stage.
Rabbi /ruing Lehrman
Dr. Rand To Speak
"Health Legislation What Do
We Really Need?" will be the sub-
ject of an address by Dr. Harold
Rand, local physician, at the
Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith lunch-
eon club meeting today at 12:15
at the Downtowner Restaurant,
Seybold Builling.
Dr. Rand will be introduced by
Burnett Roth, program chairman.
lladassah Will
Hold Style Show
New date for the Miami Ha-
dassah Group fashion show,
originally scheduled for yesterday
afternoon, is Monday from 2 to 4
p.m. at the Havana-Madrid, 300
S.E. 1st St.
Margaret Newman originals
will be featured by Patricia Vance
models and Hadassah women.
Accessories will be provided by
[Baker's Quality-Craft. Comment-
I ator will be Patricia Vance with
Mrs. Louis Adler at the piano.
Prizes will be awarded and re-
freshments will be served.
Chairman of the affair is Mrs.
Harold B. Cohen, who will be
assisted by co-chairman Mrs.
David Hess. Hostesses will be the
Mesdames M. Burstein, Harry El-
son, George Bush, Sam August.
Harry August, Louis Levitt, Jack
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25. 1949

Dedication of the site of a new synagogue for Beth David
Congregation at S.W. 3rd Ave. and 26th Road. Participating in the
tree planting ceremony were (kneeling 1. to r.) Rabbi Max Shapiro
and Murray Cohen, president of the congregation; (standing)
Harry Markowitz and Moe Feingold, building co-chairmen, and
Sidney Lefcourt, general chairman.
Lyons Named Chairman
Of Gables Zionist Board
Norman Lyons was appointed
chairman of the board of directors
of the Coral Gables Zionist Dis-
trict at a recent board meeting,
according to Sidney Sanders,
president.
Others appointed were Harold
G. Shapiro, chairman of educa-
tion, program and public rela-
tions: M. Barkir., chairman of
budget and finance; Sam Rabino-
witz, co-chairman of budget and
finance: Mr5. Lester Toloff, hos-
pitality chairman; Mrs. Sidney
Sanders, telephone chairman:
Mrs. Meyer Fine, sunshine com-
mittee chairman: Oscar Green,
co-chairman of the Jewish Na-
tional Fund.
Next meeting of the organiza-
tion will be held Sunday, Feb-
ruary 27, at 8:30 p.m. at the Hillel
House, 3306 Ponce dc Leon.
Speaker will be Rabbi Max Shap-
iro. Refreshments will be served
at the close of the meeting.
Pioneer Women Party
The Golda Meyerson Club of
the Pioneer Women of Greater
Miami will sponsor a card party
Sunday night at 8 o'clock ;,t the
Congregation Beth El, 500 S.W.
17th Ave.
Tickets are one dollar and pro-
ceeds are earmarked for the con-
struction of children's homes in
Palestine. Members and friends
are invited to attend, Mrs. Pearl
Krieger. chairman of the Child
Rescue Fund, announces. Refresh-
ments will be served.
News Brief
John Montgomery, publisher of
the Florida Sun, was elected
Monday to serve his third term
as president of the Miami Beach
Chamber of Commerce. Also
named were E. D. Keefer, first
vice president, and Baron de
Hirsch Meyer, second vice presi-
dent. Ike Parrish will again fill
the post of secretary-treasurer in
addition to the office of general
manager.
JDC Leader Dies At 59
LOS ANGELES, (JTA)Dr.
Joseph C. Hyman, formerly ex-
ecutive vice chairman of tin1 Joint
Distribution Committee and for a
quarter of a century a leading
figure in the J.D.C.'s program to
alleviate the suffering of Jewish
communities overseas, died here
last week of a heart attack at the
age of 59.
Dr. Hyman retired from his post
as executive vice chairman of the
J.D.C. in January, 1947. In the
summer of the same year, how-
ever, he undertook a survey of
conditions among Europe's dis-
placed Jews, reporting that only
the continued assistance of Amer-
ican Jewry could assure the
speedy solution of the Jewish DP
problem. He visited Palestine as
well as seven European countries.
Hebrew School Women
Hold Package Party
The Sisterhood of the Miami
Hebrew School and Congregation
held a package party Sunday eve-
ning at 8 o'clock in the dining
room of the building at 1101 S.D.
12th Ave.
Chairman of the affair was Mrs.
Harry Steinbach. Auctioneers
were Max Jacobskind, H. M. Dre-
wich, Edward L. Becker and Sam
Kostoff.
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Sponsor Dade Fair
Fourth annual Dade county fair,
sponsored by Mahi Temple Shrine,
is scheduled for March 4-13 at the
circus grounds, N.W. 8th Ave. and
28th St.
Ten acres of educational, agri-
cultural and industrial exhibits,
featuring the wealth of South
Florida's back country fruits.
v. notables, cattle and poultry-
will be displayed. Prizes and
premiums totaling $8,000 will be
(1 exhibitors.
Robin B. Mulloy, past potentate
of Mahi and general chairman.
said the purpose of this year's fair
will be to acquaint Miamians and
winter visitors with activities in
South Florida's schools, farming
areas and industries.
Mulloy said the theme of the
fair will be -Know South Flor-
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Ross Jordan of Macon, Ga..
manager of the Georgia state fair
for 28 years, will again direct the
Dade fair in conjunction with the
Florida Department of Agricul-
ture and the Dade County Com-
mission.
Jordan announced that the fair
will offer 14 divisions for ex-
hibitors. They are: livestockbeef
and dairy cattle, dairy goats, com-
munity displays, agriculture and
horticulture, 4-H club girls, gar-
den clubs, schools, women's de-
partment of domestic science and
home industry, handcraft and art,
vocational agriculture, model air-
planes, open poultry, 4-H club
poultry and a rabbit show.
More than 65,000 people at-
tended the Dade fair in 1948.
Offices of the fair association
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Rite temple at 471 N.W. 3rd St.
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the last opportunity for members
to turn in their contributions to-
wards the donor journal. Election
of members of the nominating
committee will take place and
a report on steps taken by the
AJC on DP legislation and group
libel action will be given by Mrs.
Blanche Nevel, chairman of the
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A social drama will be present-
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Jewish Historian To Visit Miami Beach
By DR. M. A. LIPKIND
Dr. Jacob Shotzky, noted his- ate and soon after left for the
United States and settled in New
torian, linguist and lecturer will
visit Miami Beach for several
days the end of this month and
will make two public appearances
at the Labor Lyceum, 25 Wash-
ington Ave., Miami Beach.
Dr. Shotzky is visiting Miami
Beach at the invitation of the
local society of Friends of the
Yiddish Scientific Institute, whose
headquarters is in New York
City.
The local Society of Friends of
the Yiddish Scientific Institute
has been in existence in Miami
for some years and its primary
purpose is, of course, to give
moral and financial aid to the in-
stitute, the singular organization
which is devoted to the training
of scientific research in all phases
of Jewish life the world over, past,
present and the future.
Some members and sponsors of
the Society of Friends of the Yid-
dish Scientific Institute are, S. H.
Berkovich, J. Duntov, Dr. M.
Glick, J. Goldberg, W. Hertz, M.
Honigbaum and others.
Dr. Shotzky's visit to Miami
Beach and the several public ad-
dresses which he will deliver in
the Labor Lyceum, 25 Washing-
ton Ave., tonight and Feb-
ruary 27, 1949, have truly aroused
a great deal of interest and en-
thusiasm amongst many hundreds
of Jews at the Beach and in
Greater Miami. This interest in
his visit is due above all else to
the fine and captivating person-
ality of Dr. Shatzky and the many
thought provoking messages
which he invariably leaves with
his audiences.
Dr. Jacob Shotzky is well
known amongst Jews the world
over for his various scientific con-
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students, his readers and the audi-
ences at his public lectures un-
stintingly of his vast erudition
and of his great humane per-
sonality.
Dr. Shotzky is a scholar of the
first rank and this fact earned
him such positions as professor
of Jewish history at the Jewish
Teachers' Seminary; secretary in
charge of research and training
in the field of history and the
philosophy of history at the Yid-
dish Scientific Institute; more re-
cently he has been appointed as
director in charge of research in
the Psychiatric Library at the
Medical Center of New York City.
Dr. Shotzky has traveled wide
and far to lecture at many inter-
national congresses on history and
philosophy. He has on many such
occasions addressed the faculties
and the student bodies of uni-
versities in which he visited on
his tours.
Dr. Shotzky is also a great
linguist. He speaks and writes in
English, Yiddish, Hebrew, Rus-
sian, Polish, German, Spanish and
several others. He is a fine orator
and a polished speaker. Because
of his great gifts as a teacher and
as a speaker he never fails to keep
his listening public spellbound.
Dr. Shotzky is a prolific writer
and a list of his books and essays
and articles would fill the pages
of a large book. Space here per-
mits the mention of but a few of
over lur nia /* """'---- uuw ------ -------
tributions to the study of Jewish I his published writings, some of
history, particularly the history of
the Jews during the past ten cen-
turies. These past ten centuries
were perhaps the most revolu-
tionary periods in the history of
the nation, seeing the rise and
fall of Eastern Jewry, the birth
of a new language (Yiddish), the
Haskalah movement, Hassidism,
the movement for national em-
ancipation (Zionism) and a great
many other national evolutionary
and revolutionary historical
changes. ..
To the scientific study of these
great changes in the history of the
Jewish people, Dr. Shatzky has
devoted himself with untiring de-
votion. It is now about thirty
years since Dr. Shotzky first be-
gan to unfold for us the great
treasures and the rich values
which he found in hidden
archives, in unknown manuscripts
and other source material hither-
to unknown even to the best of
the writers on Jewish recent his-
"Dr. Jacob Shotzky was born in
Warsaw, Poland, in 1894. He
studied history, philosophy and
languages in the Universities of
Warsaw, Crokaw, Lavow and Ber-
lin. His writings on many aspects
of Jewish history in Poland gained
for him wide recognition and
many scholarships for continued
study at some of the best schools
in Europe. smmttm
In 1922 he received his doctor-
which are:
A History of the Jews of Warsaw
A History of the Jews in Poland
In the Shadows of the Past
Spinoza and his Times
Jewish Education in Poland, 1806-
1866
History of the Jews in Zarnach
Cultural History of the Haskaloh
in Lithuania
He has in addition edited many
volumes on the history of the
theater, educational periodicals
and very recently Oxford Uni-
versity Press published the Psy-
chiatric Dictionary which Dr.
Shotzky edited.
During his stay at Miami Beach
Dr. Shotzky will address the pub-
lic on two separate occasions. He
will speak on the Inception and
Direction of the Yiddish Scientific
Institute at the reception given
in his honor by the local society
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25,
1949
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Mrs. Wm. P. Taub
William Taubs
At Home Here
Residing at 953 S.W. 10th St.
are William P. Taub and Ins
bride, the former Evelyn R.
Baumoehl. Their marriage took
place January 30 in the home of
the bridegroom's sister. Mrs
Leonard Gordon. 1153 S.W. 12th
Ct. Rabbi S. M. Machtei per-
formed the ceremony.
The bride, who was given in
marriage by her great uncle, Her-
man Lefkowitz of Miami Beach,
wore a dress of white net with
matching elbow length gloves.
She carried a white bible adorned
with streamers and white orchids.
Grace Yamir., Freeport, Long
Island, N. Y., was maid of honor
for her cousin. Best man was Al-
bert Taub.
A reception and dinner followed
the ceremony.
Out-of-town guests included the
bride's cousins, Grace and Ed-
ward Yamin. Freeport; Harry and
Sidnev Sehain, Jacksonville.
Pearl Kaplan Weds
Irving Silverfine
The marriage of Pearl E. Kap-
lan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Kaplan. 1004 Michigar.
Ave. Miami Beach, to Irving Sil-
verfine. son of the Jack Silver-
' fines. Brooklyn. N. Y.. WM
solemnized February 9 in the
home of Rabbi Irving Lehrman.
A reception followed the cere-
monies in the Shelborne Hotel.
The former Miss Kaplan attend-
ed the University of Miami.
After a honeymoon in Miami
Beach, the couple left for Brook-
lyn, where they will reside with
his parents.
Anne Glazier
Bethothal Told
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Glazier. 1345
S.W. 7th St.. announce the en-
gagement ot their daughter, Anne,
to Sydney Zall. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob Zall, Perth Amboy.
N. J.
The bride-elect was graduated
from Gouverneur High School,
Gouverneur, N. Y., and Syracuse
University. She has been affiliated
With the B'nai B'rith office here
for the past ore and a half years.
Mr. Zall attended schools ill
New Jersey and is now a real
estate broker in Perth Amboy.
No date has been set for the
wedding.
Daughters Honor Fiedler
At Anniversary Party
The Misses Harriet, Bette and
Miriam Fiedler gave a surprise
party in honor of the 20th wed-
ding anniversary of their parents.
Dr. and Mrs Michael Fiedler. 2368
S.W. 4th St.
Miami guests included Mr. and
Mrs. Max Colton, Mr. and Mrs.
Bob Feinberg. Dr. and Mrs. Daniel
Kindler. Mr. and Mrs. Artie
Kravitz. Mr. and Mrs. George Pol-
lack. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sandier
Out-of-town guests were Mr.
and Mrs. Abe Lander and L.
Linderman. New Haven. Conn.:
Mr, and Mrs. Herbert Helman and
Mrs. Becky Frankcl, New York.
Augusta Rubinstein To
Wed Arnold Newman
Announcement has been made
of the approaching marriage on
March 6 in New York of Miss
Augusta Rubinstein to Arnold
Newman, son of Mrs. Fred F.
Newman, of Miami. Miss Rubin-
stein was formerly assistant to
Rabbi Stephen S. Wise and more
recently a member of the staff of
the Consulate of the State of Ls-
rael in New York. Mr. Newman
is internationally known as one
of the foremost photographers in
the country whose covers appear
regularly on Time, Life and For-
tune magazines. He has also had
numerous art exhibits.
Mrs. Newman will leave Sun-
day for New York and Mr. and
Mrs. Godfrey K. Newman and son
Ira,*accompanied by Edward T.
Newman, will leave Wednesday
by motor for New York where
they will remain until after the
ceremonies. Godfrey and Edward
are brothers of the bridegroom.
Personally Speaking .
Mrs Victor Mell, 2273 S.W. 12th St., has as her houseguest
her sister, Mrs. Jack Kahn, Brooklyn^ N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. Irving M. Cooperman and their two children,
Michael and Alan, returned to Buffalo. NY., after an extended
S with Mrs. Cooperman's parents, the Rev. and Mrs. Joseph
Malek, 1561 Lenox Ave., Miami Beach. The Rev. Malek accom-
panied the Coopermans on their trip.
Mr and Mrs. Herman Marks, 1021 S.W. 73rd Ave. announce
the birth of a son born February 17 at Jackson Memorial Hospital.
Mrs. Marks is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hy Isaacson of this
city. The paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Moms Marks.
^ ^
Mrs. Ben Clein and Mis. Buddy Stewart were co-hostesses
at a shower for Lynne Tarre. bride-elect of Paul Marks, at the
home of Mrs. Morris Marks, 4495 S.W. 2nd St., February 14. The
Valentine motif was carried out in decorations and refreshments.
The couple plans to be married March 27.
* *
Vacationers from New York are Mrs. Phil Weiss and son,
Arthur, who aie being entertained by her cousins, Mr. and Mrs.
Bill Levine, Miami Beach. Mr. Weiss will join his wife later and
they will celebrate their 30th wedding anniversary with friends
and relatives. Mrs. Weiss and her son are with Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Zuckerman, also of New York, and all are guests at the Sorrento.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Gans, 2531 S.W. 14th St., will leave tonight
for Havana, where they will celebrate their 25th wedding anni-
versary. Accompanying them on the sojourn will be Mr. Gans'
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Suher, Spring-
field, Mass., who are houseguests of the Gans.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Rosenstein, Brooklyn, N. Y., announce
the birth of a son February 18. Mr. Rosenstein is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Max Rosenstein, Carlyle Hotel, Miami Beach. The baby
is the Rosensteins' first grandchild.
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Mr. and Mrs. Abram Baiman, Long Beach, N. Y., are vaca-
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Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Shapoff, 318 S.W. 28th Road, Brickell
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Rudo, Baltimore, Maryland. The visitor was hostess at a recent
luncheon for friends and relatives in the garden of the Shapoff
home.
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Mrs. Isaac Levin, 2120 S.W. 2nd St., left Wednesday for
Baltimore, Md., where she will spend ten days visiting relatives.
* *
A. P. Gannes, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish
Education, has returned to Miami for a few days from Dropsie
College, Philadelphia, Pa., where he is pursuing his Ph. D.
studies.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Lazarus have moved into their new
home at 2814 S.W. 26th St. and will be at home to their friends.
* + *
Sandra Helen Bossak, nine year old daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel R. Bossak, 3894 N.W. 2nd Terr., was a member of
the six-man Kinloch Park Elementary School Quizdown team
which recently won a set of the Book of Knowledge for the school
library. Members of the team were feted at a luncheon at the
Versailles and awarded two passes to the Olympia theatre.
Sandra, who is a fifth grade student, answered all her questions
correctly.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. A. Pepper. 507 S.W. 19th Ave., have as their
houseguests Mrs. Pepper's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. L. A. Bloom of Union and Greenville, S. C. The visitors will
be here for two weeks.
* *
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kahn. 1137 S.W. 7th St., are
their sister-in-law, Mrs. Lou Abramson. and her dauqhter,
Annette, of Chicago, 111.
* *
Mrs. Louis Straus of New York is visiting her sister-in-aw,
Mrs. Louis Hartz, and her nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Gordon, 834 S.W. 10th Ave.
The couple will leave immedi-
ately after the ceremonies for a
honeymoon in Israel where they
will spend three months. During [
their stay there Mr. Newman will
do a series for Life, Time and
Fortune magazines.
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Mrs. Joseph Lehrner
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To Joseph Lehrner
At home at 911 Euclid Ave,, Mi-
ami Beach, are Mr. and Mrs. Jos-
eph Lehrner, whose wedding took
place February 6 at Beth Tfilah
Synagogug with Rabbi Joseph E.
Rackovsky pcrforminR the cere-
mony. The bride is the former
Edith Jewell Klein, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Henry V. Klein, 309
N.W. 59th Terr., Miami. The
bridegroom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Leo Lehrner, Chicagc, 111.
For her weuuing the bride chose
an aqua lace cocktail dress and
carried white orchids. Doris Klein,
sister of the bride, served as maid
of honor. Mickey Schmidtt was
best man.
A reception was held after the
ceremony at the Savoy Plaza Ho-
tel. Out-of-town guests included
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Lehrner, Chi-
cago, parents of the bridegroom,
and Herman Klein, Philadelphia,
uncle of the bride.
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^A^FEBRUA^25. 1949
Fdacation Bureau
Holds Seminars
.", in a scries of Leader
cellars SJ conducted Wednes-
Thv the Bureau of Jewish Ed-
S a"'" offic 318 Congress
"SSSe of those seminars is to
; Tee all leaders of Jewish
?* to the various festival* and
fS^thSn P-ctical aids with
Lhich to teach their groups.
WHv Pomcrantz of the bureau
J? announces that an ever in-
easing number of leaders of
Steh clubs of Greater Miami
fmaking use of the bureau's
brarv and files to gather pro-
gram materials for their groups.
New source materials come into
the bureau daily, he adds, and
those who have not yet visited
the bureau are invited to do so
and consult with him. The library
is open daily, Monday through
Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and
is located 318 Congress Building.
For further information con-
cerning future leader seminars,
call the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion at 3-5858 or 9-0489.
*Jewistifhrldian
PAGE NINE
Betrothal Announced
Miss Katherine Waldner's en-
gagement to Oscar Mustel has
been announced by her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Waldner, Ponce
de Leon Hotel, Miami, and New
York.
A cocktail party will be held
in New York tomorrow by the
Waldners for friends of the cou-
ple. Mr. and Mrs. Waldner are in
New York in preparation for the
affair.
The bride-elect attended Miami
Beach Junior High School and
was graduated from schools in
New York where she is secretary
of the Alex Fleischman Lodge
Auxiliary, Jewish War Veterans.
Her fiance, who served in the
Air Force for five years, will be
graduated from New York Uni-
versity in June.
An early summer wedding is
being planned.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Prominent Miami Attorney Says
"When I have the occasion to
travel I call my travel agent, Farr
Tours, then I am sure of Efficient
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Melvin Koven To
Become Bar Mitzvah
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Koven, 617
Palermo Ave., Coral Gables, an-
nounce that their
son, Melvin, will
become Bar
Mitzvah at serv-
ices of the Coral
Gables Jewish
Center tonight at
8:05 at the Coral
Gables Element-
ary School audi-
torium, Ponce de
Leon and Minor-
ca.
This is the first
such ceremony in Meluin Koven
the history of the center.
Parents of the Bar Mitzvah will
be hosts at a reception immedi-
ately after the services.
Daughters Of Israel Meet
Plans for the banquet to be
given in honor of Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Reinhardt on March 6 at the
Helene Hotel, 1030 15th St., Mi-
ami Beach, were discussed at a
meeting of the Daughters of Is-
rael Sunday.
Installation of newly elected of-
ficers will take place at the ban-
quet
Tickets are ten dollars and in-
clude a year's membership to the
Daughters of Israel.
A games party will be spon-
sored by the group Tuesday night
at the Tides Hotel.
Beth El Women To
Sponsor Purim Ball
Plans are being completed by
the Beth El Sisterhood for their
Purim ball to be held Sunday,
March 6, at the Dora August audi-
torium, 500 S.W. 17th Ave.
Mrs. Jack Shapiro and Mrs. E.
Schwartz, general chairmen, an-
nounce that there will be enter-
tainment, dancing, card games and
mah jong.
Assisting the chairmen arc Mrs.
M. Rappaport, tickets; Mrs. A.
Sands and Mrs. George T. Soling-
er, refreshments: Mr. and Mrs.
Al Perl, entertainment; Mrs. M.
J. Shulman, coronation.
In conjunction with the ball, a
Queen Esther contest is being
conducted- The winner will be
crowned at the affair and the two
runnersup will serve as her ladies
in waiting.
Any girl between the ages of
14 to 20 may enter the contest.
Anyone interested is requested to
call Mrs. Shulman at 83-5459.
Maurice* Schwartz
Heads Plaza Bill
Appearing in both the stage
show and on the screen the pop-
ular Yiddish star Maurice
Schwartz comes to the Plaza The-
atre, Miami Beach, on Wednesday
March 2 through the 6th. The
screen presentation will be an all-
Yiddish feature "Tevya."
Cantor Samuel Malavsky and
his family choir with a New
York company, including the Mar-
lin Sisters, headlines the current
stage show. The screen attraction
stars the Warsaw Art Players in
"The Vow."
Pianist To Play
Chopin Program
In commemoration of the
Chopin centennial, the University
of Miami will present Pianist
Witold Malcuzynski in an all-
Yeshlva Film
Shown At Hotels
"Faith and Learning," the story
of the growth of Yeshiva Uni-
versity in a professionally pro-
duced 16mm sound film, is being
exhibited at Mi-
ami Beach hotels
during the month
of February, ac-
cording to an an-
nouncement b y
Rabbi Isaac H.
Ever, southerndi-
rector of the uni-
versity.
Assisting with
this project are a
group of tourists
/ruing Strauss who are Yeshiva
supporters. Chairman of the group
is Irving Strauss, well-known
New York communal leader.
The film will be shown at the
following hotels:
Tides, An-Nell, Nemo, Nether-
lands, Alamac, Tiffany, London
Arms, Revlin, Belvedre, Edwards,
Astor, Lafayette, George Wash-
ington, Sea Breeze, Walburne,
William Penn, Empire, Abrams,
Granada, Helene, Franklin, and
Boston.
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Dr. M. Sudarsky, former editor
of the largest newspaper in Kov-
no, Lithuania, is now visiting at
the home of Dr. Alexander Muk-
doni, Miami Beach. All former
Lithuanians seeking information
about relatives from Lithuania
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February 26. 27 & 28
Commencing March 1st, the Town And
Beach Club will be open exclusively to
Club Lessees and their guests.
Witold Malcuzynski
Chopin program Monday night at
8:30 at the Miami High audi-
torium.
Malcuzynski, who has been
playing to "standing room only"
each season since he began his
career in this country with a
highlv acclaimed Carnegie Hall
recital several years ago, is a
former student of Professor
Turczynski at the Warsaw Con-
servatory and winner of the
Grand Prix at the International
Chopin Competition. He is one of
the busiest artists in the concert
field.
Included on Monday night's
program will be a fantasy, two
nocturnes, a sonata, three mazur-
kas, two etudes, a waltz and a
scherzo. ^________
Miami Hebrew School
Women Plan Purim Ball
The fourth annual Purim ball
of the Miami Hebrew School and
Congregation will be held Sunday,
March 13, at the Frolics Club.
1306 N.E. Bayshore PL, according
to William Weintraub, chairman.
On Weintraub's committee are
Mrs Herbert Feldan and Mrs.
Max Jacobskind, entertainment;
Mrs. William Weintraub and Mrs.
Joseph Schwadron, tickets; Mrs.
Ben SokolofL Mrs. Herman
Needelmsn snd Mrs. Louis Soro-
slry refreshments; Mrs. Edward
L Becker, annual Purim journal;
Mrs ouis August, "Precious
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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 25,
Shown above are four members of the Miami Beach Red Cross
Campaign Organization who attended a recent breakfast meeting
at the Raleigh Hotel. They are, standing, the Rev. Dr. Mitchell
Taylor and Mrs. David Teilch. seated. Mrs. Belle Boris and Mrs.
Israel Teitch. The campaign will be launched during the month of
March and Dade County's goal has been set at S302.200. Gene
Groover has been named Miami Beach general chairman. Miami
Beach headquarters will be in the Raleigh Hotel. H. H. Hyman is
general chairman of the drive.
Eliminations In Sholem Lodge
Sponsored Debate Set For March 16,17
The first inter-school elimina-
tion round in the Dade County
High School debate contest spon-
sored by Sholem Lodge, B'nai
B'rith, will be held Wednesday
and Thursday, March 16 and 17,
at 6:30 p.m. at the main building
auditorium, University of Miami.
The third annual debate com-
petition is under the direction of
Jerome Weinkle and John Kron-
enfeld of the B'nai B'rith Lodge.
Named as judges for the first
elimination contest will be three
members of the Dade County Bar
Association, David Henrick, Jack
Peters and Irving Cypen.
Subject of the debate is: "Re-
solved: That President Truman's
Civil Rights Program Should be
Enacted Into Law by Congress."
Winner of the Dade County
competition will go to Washing-
ton. D. C. for one week, all ex-
penses paid. There the team and
its debate coach will meet Flor-
ida legislators, visit historic points
of interest and attend sessions of
Congress as guests of Representa-
tive George Smathers and Sena-
tors Claude Pepper and Spessard
Holland.
Last year's winners were Ar-
lene Perry and Burton Michaels
of Miami Senior High.
Semi-finals are scheduled for
March 20 and 21 and finals for
March 23.
Pioneer Women Party
The Pioneer Women, Club No.
One, Miami Beach, will sponsor
a dessert card party Sunday,
March 6, at 8:15 p.m. at the Wil-
liam Penn Hotel. Subscription is
one dollar. Proceeds from the af-
fair will go to the Child Rescue
Fund. Members and friends are
invited to attend.
Mrs. Wein Fetes Friends
Mrs. Lillian Wein, who is a
houseguest of Mrs. Fannie Evans,
3787 Prairie Ave., Miami Beach,
entertained a party of friends at
the Versailles Hotel Monday, Feb-
ruary 14, in celebration of her
birthday.
Guests included the Mesdames
Anna Kaplan, Reeva Rott, Irene
Barsky, Pauline Fater, Miriam
Gould, Valerie Pollack, Viola
Aarons, Ida Appel and Fannie
Evans.
Sisterhood To Meet
Luba Roy, noted acordionist-
vocalist, will present a program
of Yiddish and Palestinian songs
at the monthly meeting of the
Beth Jacob Sisterhood to be held
Wednesday night at 8:30 at the
synagogue.
Reports of the Sisterhood's re-
cent projects will be presented
by committee chairmen.
Rabbi Raab Will
Address Beth El PTA
Rabbi David Raab will be the
guest speaker following the meet-
ing of the Beth El PTA Tuesday
night, March 1 at 8:30 p.m. at the
auditorium, Milton Sachs, presi-
dent, has announced.
Two recently released Pales-
tinian films will be exhibited.
The Mesdames Herman Cantor,
Edward Schwartz and Ernest
Chernoff will present completed
plans for the costume Purim party
they are arranging for the Beth
El students on March 13 at 6 p.m.
These plans include a comic Pro-
fessor Quiz program with Ber-
nard KimmeL instructor, officiat-
ing as the professor; prizes for
outstanding costumes; cartoon
movies, and holiday refreshments.
Jr. Hadassah To
Hold Style Show
"A Weekend at the Shelborne"
fashion promenade under the aus-
pices of the Miami Unit of Junior
Hadassah will be held Sunday
February 27, at 2 p.m. for the
benefit of the Meier Shfeyah Chil-
dren's Village in Israel.
Commentator for the show to
be staged at the Shelborne. will
be Mary Ventura, a new resident
of this area. Mrs. Ventura was
staff designer in Paris with Paul
Poiret and worked on the staff
of London's Norman Hartnell de-
signer for Queen Mary of Eng-
land and special courtourier for
the wedding of Princess Elizabeth
Coronet models will display Mi-
ami fashions suiting all figures
lor all occasions throughout an
entire vacationing weekend.
Styles have been selected from
the J. D. Robinson's stores on Lin-
coln Rd. and Washington Ave.
Tickets may be obtained at the
Shelborne or from members of
the Miami Unit of Junior Hadas-
Sell).
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*Jenisfi Fk irndnann
PAGE ELEVEN
To %P|M-ar Here
lZX"*nw-stage star a
^director of New York's
2 Civic Repertory Theatre,
^at Temple tajelaudi.
Sun Monday night at 8 o'clock
^er the auspice, of the Town
Hall of Miami. Inc.
Herman A. Binder, present of
the corporation, said that Miss
LeGallienno will give a recital of
excerpts from Shakespeare's
Romeo and Juliet, As You Like
fHamlet. as well as selections
ya?h, Cherry Orchard," "Ca-
lille" and L'Aiglon."
Miss LeGaUienne was brought
up in the theatre from early
childhood and .scored her first
ess at the age of 16. Her long
Lord of professional perform-
arCes and triumphs have estab-
lished her as one of the foremost
actresses of the day.
Tickets are available at Byron a
and Town Hall offices in Miami
at 9-1767 and Saks Fifth Avenue,
Miami Beach. Binder said.
Cohn I* Gained
To ABL Post
Appointment of David H. Cohn
as community consultant and as-
sistant to Gilbert J. Balkin, di-
rector of Florida Regional Office,
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith, is announced by Leonard
L. Abess, chairman of the Florida
ADL advisory board and execu-
tive committee.
Cohn formerly served as re-
search specialist in the league's
national office, conducting sur-
veys and analyzing discrimination
in employment and educational
institutions. He has played a
major role in preparation of the
league's survey of anti-Semitism
in 1948, soon to be released.
Cohn is a graduate of Dickinson
College. Carlisle, Pennsylvania,
with post graduate study at New
York University. He was presi-
dent of Phi Epsilon Pi Fraternity
and was elected to Omicron Delta
Kappa, national honor leadership
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Spotlighting the traditional Friday night dinners at the Delano
Hotel is this unusual display executed by the Delano's maitre d'.
Joseph, who is famous for his ice-sculpture.
Amenold Unveiling
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the late Celia
Setzer Amenold will take place
Sunday at 2 p.m. at Mount Nebr-
Cemetery with Rabbi Max Shap-
iro officiating. Friends and rela-
tives are asked to attend.
UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI PRESENTS
CHOPIN CENTENNIAL CONCERT
MALCUZYNSKI
IN AN ALL
CHOPIN PROGRAM
Jewish Workers' Alliance
To Sponsor Concert
The Biahk and Ben Gurion
Branches of the Jewish National
Workers' Alliance will sponsor a
stage show and concert Sunday,
March 13. at 8 p.m. at the Miami
Beach High School, 14th St. and
Drexel Aw.
Admission will be $1.50.
Friedman Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Saul
Friedman, formerly of 1828 S.W.
9th St., will take place Sunday at
2:30 p.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery
with Rabbi Simon April officiat-
ing. Relatives and friends are re-
quested to attend.
Kanter Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Ida
Kanter, formely of 3669 S.W. 24th
St., will take place Sunday at 2
p.m. with Rabbi Simon April of-
ficiating. Relatives and friends
are requested to be present.
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Weekly luncheon meetings of
the Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai
B'rith are held at the Albion Ho-
tel dining room, it has been an-
nounced by Harry Zukernick,
lodge president. Members and
friends gather each Tuesday at
12:15 p.m. to hear reports on cur-
rent service programs sponsored
by the lodge at Miami Beach.
Zukernick extends an invitation
to visiting B'nai B'rith members
vacationing in the area to attend
these social affairs.
Ila CoiiiVreiuM' Here
Plans are being completed for
the Southeastern Regional Con-
ference of Hadassah to be held in
Miami March 27, 28 and 29 with
headquarters at the McAllister
Hotel.
Mrs. Louis Heiman, reserva-
tions chairman, has reported that
reservations arc pouring in from
all chapters in this region.
Conference chairman, Mrs.
Harry Rubin, announces that
delegates will discuss proposed
medical services in Israel which
will provide medical attention for
at least a million newcomers to
that nation. Plans include con-
structing the first hospital in the
Ncgev area, founding a health
center in Jaffa, opening the first
medical graduate school in Jeru-
salem and expanding the Henriet-
ta Szold School of Nursing. Ha-
dassah hopes to open the new
medical school on or about May 15
of this year, the first anniversary
of the Jewish state.
Many sessions of the confer-
ence will be open to the public.
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Rabbi Kronish Addresses
Brandeis Camp Alumnae
A meeting of the Brandeis
Camp Institute Alumnae Associa-
tion was held Monday at 8:30
p.m. at the home of Libby Hoch-
man, 560 Michigan Ave., Miami
Beach.
Rabbi Leon Kronish, chairman
of the Brandeis Camp Istitute
Scholarship Committee of the
Greater Miami Zionist Youth
Commission, met with the group
to discuss the constitution of the
State of Israel.
Life Insurance. Eetate8
Authoritatively Programmed
NAT GANS
Metropolitan Life Ine. Co.
907 Blscayne Bldg-
Ph. 3-4616 or 4-9981
See or phone me f ; J"J'r_
LIFE IN6URANCE NEEDS
Mrs. Eisner Crowned
Sisterhood Queen
In recognition of having sold
the largest number of advertise-
ments for the Temple Beth
Sholom Sisterhood ad journal,
Mrs. Arthur Eisner was crowned
Sisterhood Queen" at the annual
Sisterhood luncheon last week.
In addition to the coronation,
Mrs. Eisner will be given a week-
end plane trip to Havana the
week-end of April 1-3. She will
be accompanied by a group of
Sisterhood members who are mak-
ing arrangements to join her
through Mrs. William Fair.
SERVING
GREATER
MIAMI
Ihm :reah-icecream]
MILK CREAM ICE CREAM
CHILDREN NEED
Homogenized Vitamin "D" Milk
PHONE 5-5537

S. J. Freedman
HEBREW BOOK STORE
417 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach
Between Fourth and Fifth Sts.
Hebrew Religious Supplies
For Synagogues and Private
Use. Also for Hebrew Schools.
cnsD "C.D
Telephone 5-9017
lilWHIMIIIU
1TOUBY
I PAINTING
PACKERS OF FANCY BASKETS
MIAMI PECAN COMPANY
Suppliers for South Florida Fruit Shippers
for 12 Years
PAPER SHELL PECANS "A SPECIALTY"
632 S. W. 8th Street Phone 3-7092
TEL.
CORP.
We Carry a Full Line of
Strictly Fresh
NORTHERN LAKE FISH
YELLOW PIKE WHITE FISH
BUFFALO AND CARP
Also All Southern Fish
WE GRIND YOUR FISH FREE
147 N. W. 5th STREET
3 5000 j
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INVESTMENT ADVISER
We trade in Stocks and Bonds
for you. Handle your Discretion-
ary Account at your own broker.
New York Stock Exchange Se-
curities exclusively.
NATHAN ABRAHAM
P.O. Box 1922 Miami 11. Fla.
STERLING SILVER
For Sale at Sacrifice Prices
2 unusual Candelabra
Also few other pieces
740 Michigan Ave.. Miami Beach
9 to 1 4 to 7
POSITION WANTED
Companion to elderly or invalid
lady. Light cooking done. Full or
part time. Strictly orthodox.
Call MRS. BEN STIEBEL
78-0705
BABY SITTER
Leave your child in competent
hands! Day or evening service at
your home.
Call MRS. BEN STIEBEL
Phone 780705
CANTOR
Beautiful tenor, desires post with
modern Congregation; also teach-
er. Noted as Concert Artist.
WRITE J. R.
P. O. Box 2973. Miami 18
ROOM FOR 1 OR 2
Private Family Pleasant
Surroundings Reasonable
Breakfast Privileges
2103 S.W. 11th St. Phone 3-2935
EXIT LONELINESS
EIND 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. O. 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
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
CALLING
JEWISH MEN
We Do NOT Have..
Social Gatherings
Parties or Dances
Bingo or Blotto
Talkathons
We DO Have...
Dignified Social Contacts
Scientifically Screened
Memben
Psychological Consultations
Private. Confidential Inter-
views
CLARA LANE
Friendship Center, Inc
43 N.E. 2nd Street
Opp. Telephone Company
Phone For Appointment
82-3065
Open 10 A.M. to 8 P.M.
Mrs. Samuel August
Beth David Women
To Hold Purim Ball
The Beth David Sisterhood will
hold its annual Purim ball Wed-
nesday night in the Bayfront Park
Recreation Hall, Biscaync Blvd.
and N.E. 5th St.
Mrs. Samuel August, chairman
of the ways and means commit-
tee, is general chairman of the
affair and Mrs. Harry Laufer Is
co-chairman. Assisting will be
Mrs. Nathan Becker and Mrs. Os-
car Dworkin. tickets; Mrs. I. H.
Castle and Mrs. Al Lasko. re-
freshments: Mrs. Harry August,
publicity; Mrs. Alexander Stiebel.
president of the sisterhood, and
Mrs. Max Feldman, president of
the PTA, arrangements.
The program will include a
rumba and tango exhibition by a
prominent dance team and an
audience participation feature. Ed
Singer and Dave Rabinowitz will
act as masters of ceremony.
Temple Israel Board
Approves Of Beach
Reform Temple
The board of directors of Tem-
ple Israel, reform congregation of
'Miami, has signified its approval
of the newlv organized reform
Temple of Miami Beach, Temple
Isaiah.
In a letter addressed to its sister
! congregation <>n the Beach, the
i president of Temple Israel, Jules
Ipearlman. conveyed the good
1 wishes of the Miami group and
.quoted a resolution that his or-
ganization had adopted express
i ing the desire to help the Beach
temple in every possible way.
Pearlmans letter quotes the
resolution as follows:
Tie board of Temple Israel
heartily approves of Temple
Isaiah, a new reform temple of
Miami Beach, preferably the north
end of Miami Beach.
"The board of Temple Israel
has confidence in the leadership
of Temple Isaiah and will lend
i ry possible assist-
ance ."
Each of the congregations has
appointed a committee composed
of board members to work to-
gether in coordinating activities
in this ar a
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25,
Obituary
JACK TURNER
Age 66, it- s.w. loth Ave., his home niter a long Illness A form-
er resident of Washington, D. C, he
was a member <>f Congregation Beth
El. He i* survived by hl. wife, Fanny:
two sons, Henry and Milton, Wash-
ington 11 ''. one daughter, Mi
Jeanne Kinks, Boston, Mass. Funeral
arrangements "ill be held today ni
l p.m. .it tii." Riverside Memorial
Chapel, West Flakier si at 20th Ave
Interment will take place in Mt, Slnal
i 'emetery,
LEGAL NOTICES
Heads Modern Kosher
Home for Convalescents
Rabbi Shoul.
son's Home feat-
ures Large Airy
Rooms, Finest
Fods, 24 hour
Registered Nurs-
ing care. 2 acres
of land in Miami
Beach. Rates be-
gin as low as
$75.00 weekly.
Few reservations
still available
1681 Meridian
Ave., Miami Beach. Tel. 58-0112
free booklet. Listen to 'Share Mii
Thoughts," Tuesday. 5:05 nm
WMBM. vm''
LEGAL NOTICE
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
IN" THE rtRiTIT COt'RT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCHT '"",
FLORIDA, IN ANT for DADBI
rot'NTY. IN CHANCERY. No.
12S674.
RAF. GOLDMAN. 1'laintlff. VS WIL-
LIAM GOLDMAN, Defendant
TOl WILLIAM GOLDMAN
Address unknown
YOV ARE HEREBY ORDERED to;
file your appearance to th<- Rill of
Complaint for Divorce, filed ru-alnsr
vou bv RAJ' GOLDMAN, "n or before
the 2* day of March, 1949. otherwise
th- allegations of said Pin will )>e
taken aa confessed by you
Pated this 24 day of March, A.D.
1949.
E V.. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court
(Circuit Court s-nn
By \VM. W
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN Till: CIKcriT I'Ol'RT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
>K VIA iltll'A, IN AND FOR DAI COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
122,2"
.WARES SMALL LOAN CO., INC., a
Floi i |H>ratlon, I'lalntlff, vs.
LEWIS I). CESNER and MART E,
CESNER. his wife, Defendants.
T< I LEWIS "ESNEK and
MAK1 CESNER
Adilvess I'nknown
Il i ;11L' Ohio
VOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED
TO A I'I' I ;.\ I: to the Will "f Complaint
of Mortftugi i' .'..-in. filed against
you in ihi styled i uuse, on >:
befon March 23, 1949. which mortgage
encumbers the following described per-
!:;' rty, situate and being m
Dade County, Florida, to-wlt:
Platform Rocker
i 'alilm i
(Jr< en Itug
D< ^-k
Frigid lire
Mi till Top Table, 2 hairs
' I '. I.II. l>
I >: BSD) is
Hot I'latc
H anil i.li.s ami < 'hair
I ibli< I., ds, springs and
matt11 -> s
i 'haii s
1 Tabh s
Otherwim the allegations -if said Hill
"i Complaint,will taken as con-
f> ssed bj you.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 24
da) of February, 1949.
i: i: LEATHERMAN,
3
Rita Human Buckstel
Young Sfiprano
To Give Concert
Rita Hyman Buckstel, young
lyric soprano, will appear in a
concert Tuesday, March 8, at 8:15
p.m. at the Miami Woman's Club
auditorium.
The young artist began her
musical training at the Miami
Conservatory of Music, where she
studied under Sarah Folwell. She
graduated from the University of
Michigan School of Music and is
now a pupil of Netta Symes
Morris of the Miami School of
Applied Arts Music Institute.
Mrs. Buckstel has sung for many
local organizations and appeared
on numerous USO programs in
South Florida during the war.
She appeared in several operas
produced by the Opera Workshop
of the University of Michigan. A
former soloist at Temple Israel,
she now sings at Temple Isaiah.
Her program will include
Italian, French, German and
English selections. The concert is
under the auspices of the Miami
School of Applied Arts Music In-
stitute and the public is invited.
i c 'in ull
Cl< ik
Com t
of the
Seal)
By M
WARN M FA HER
Attorne.\ for Plaintiff
112 Congress Building
.Miami, Florida
- 3'4-11-18
'iii .in (lourt
C. FLICK.
Deputy Clerk
MARION RR'ioKS
Solicitor for Flaintlff
M9 olvmpia Building
Miami. Florida
2 25 3/4-11-18
sti ICKINO
Deputy Clerk
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under th'- fictitious name of
Southeastern rustic Distributors at
Ml N. w. 27th Terrace. Miami, Fla..
Intends to register said name with the
clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Countv. Florida
ABE KATZEN
MARX FABER
Attorney for Applicant
112 Congress Bldg.
: :f; 3 4-ii-i'-2.-.
fJMMHMHNMMMMBJgMMMBHMMUMHWIUg
POSITION WANTED
By Middle-aged Refined Jewish
Woman as Companion Light
Houseworker for Elderly Woman
or Gentleman.
Call 82-9910
SSatf
ii the at \r'
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN Till: CIRiTlT C( H'RT Fi 'H DADE
COl'NTY. FI.'iRII'AIN CHANC-
ERY, N< 122623
VETTA TRI.'HIN, Plaintiff, vs SAM-
1KI. TRl'BIN, Defendant.
TO BAML'EL TRL'BIN, Defendant:
YOU ARE ORDERED to file your
Appearance to the Bill for Divorce
led against you, on March 25, 1949;
ntherw se, lid lull will be taken aa
confessed bj you
Dated: till* :':', day "f February
A.D. 1949
E. P.. LEATHERMAN,
Cleric of the Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seall
By R. II RICK. JR.,
Deputy Clerk.
WALTER c Ki iVNER
v ni for plaintiff
1-11-18
EVA LE GALLIENNE
America's Most Distinguished
Actress
in
SCENES FROM GREAT
PLAYS
MONDAY, FEB. 28th. at 8 P.M.
Town Hall of Miami
137 N. E. 19th St.
$1.50 (tax incl.)
No Reservations
A. G. WILSON MRS. A. G. WILSON
WILSON PICTURE FRAME SHOP
172 N. W. 1st STREET MIAMI 36. FLORIDA
PHONE 2-2462
WE CALL FOR A.ND DELIVER
ftORIOA S
i n t i r amii
miRIECII*
AN Jt WlMI DINNEI'-' '
i 6 C 0 I I I N 5 A V t
V I A W I I*' A C H '
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY
FOR LETTERS PATENT
Notice Ii hereby given that the
undersigned will apply t" Fuller War-
ren, the Governor ..f the Btati of
Florida, for the Issuance of Letters
Pat. nt to CLIFF-COURT CEMETERY
COMPANY on the 4th day of March.
\ I' 1849, in accordance with the laws
if the State of Florida.
SAM SILVER
i.'-ris S EDWARDS
WILLIAM L, PALLOT
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the Undersigned, desiring to engage in
huslness under the fictitious name of
Florida Chemical and Supply Com-
pany at "IS Wen Flagler Street, Mi-
ami, Fla.. intends t., register said
i.ame with the Clerk of the Circuit
of Dade County, Florida
SEYMOfR HINKES
Sole Owner
2 21 3/4-11-18-26
EATING IS BELIEVING!
CHICKEN DINNER 85c
Law's Restaurant and Lounge
"Our A Gsrte Is Tops"
Plenty ef Parking Space
2766-67 WEST FLAQLER STREET
For Peservstions Phone 48-9286
Stenographer Secretary
WANTED BY LOCAL ORGANIZATION
FIVE DAY WEEK HOURS 9 TO 1
GOOD SALARY MIAMI RESIDENT
WRITE MR. J. C.
P. O. BOX 2973. Miami 18
TO OUR FRIENDS:
We thank the following Proprietors of the Hotels and
officers of the Congregation* of Miami Beach for their assist-
ance and cooperation. Our ability to maintain this worio
spiritual lighthouse is partly due to your understanding.
Congregation Beth Jacob. Cong. Beth Tfilah. Tides
Hotel, Helene Hotel. Belvedere HoteL Hotel Abrams.
An Nell Hotel. Nemo Hotel, Netherlands Hotel.
Alamac Hotel, Hotel Tiffany, London Arms Hotel.
Hotel Revlin. Hotel Edward*. Hotel Aitor. Lafayette
Hotel. George Washington Hotel. Sea Breeie Hotel.
Walburne Hotel. William Perm Hotel. Hotel Empire.
Hotel Franklin. Granada Hotel. Hotel Boston. Harrison
Hotel and a number of hotels to follow.
YESHIVA UNIVERSITY
RABBI ISAAC H. EVER, Southern Director
1418 Pennsylvania Avenue. Miami Beach


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Cantor (Mild ring
Attend* Meet
Jacob Y. Goldring, cantor of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center,
left for New York Sunday to
attend the national convention of
LEGAL NOTICE
Jacob Y. Goldring
the Cantors' Assembly, which is
affiliated with the United Syna-
gogue of America.
Canto;- Goldring. who has been
associated with the Miami Beach
Jewish Center for the past three
years, has become well known
throughout the community as a
concert artist and interpreter of
Ji v. :.-i: and Palestinian folk music,
as well as a liturgical singer.
Coming to this country from
Czechoslovakia, Cantor Goldring
iuated from the Academy of
Music in Prague. In Europe he
was renowned as the cantor of
the Alt Neu Synagogue, the old-
est ir. Europe. A singer from child-
hood, the cantor has been active
in operatic, oratorial and radio
work.
Since his arrival in this com-
munity, the cantor has been ac-
tive in Zionist and other Jewish
organizations. He will return in
tune for tonight's services.
Mvs. llaicla Heads
Cardiac t*roup
A new chapter of the National
Children's Cardiac Home was in-
augurated hen recently under
the guidance of the Dade County
branch, wit:. Mrs. Milton Cohen,
first vice president of the senior
group, acting as sponsor. Mrs. Ar-
thur Baida will serve as the new
group's first president.
Other officers include Mrs.
Harold Kam. first vice president:
Mrs. Seymour Friedman, second
vice president; Mrs. Ira Levy, cor-
n Sponding secretary: Mrs. Arnold
Rosen, financial secretary: Mrs.
Murray Docks, treasurer: Miss
Arlene Shapiro, recording secre-
tary.
Board of directors consists of
the Mesdames Stanley Frankel.
Jerry Cohen, David Roth. Sam
Magaziner, Dennis Ratthaus, Les-
lie Fairmont.
IX
NOTICE TO APPEAR ......
THE CIRCUIT COURT Of rHE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT WAND
] IR DADE C< 'I'NTY. FLORIDA -
IN CHANCERY, So 122 M
Mali BERGMAN, Plaintiff, vs. max
HERUMAN, Defndai I
You. MAX BERGMAN,
Washington Avenue', New York, New
York, are notified to file
ance in ihi -
on the 21st day of March. A.D
othei wise decree
.-ut.-:-.! against you.
Dated this 16 day
A.D. 1949,
i: B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
(Cln ill C ji I S< al1
By M. C,
'lerk
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
Atl rney at Law
ild Building
Miami. Florida
2 18-2 i 8 i-ll
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT CRT
11TH JUDICIAL
FLORIDA, IN AND F R
COUNTY. IN N
1223 -
HAR" 'l.l' "RIN : I -
SARAH CRIN
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2/14-2 1-11
*Jewlst fhrkMan
LEGAL NOTICE
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25,
cTrder of publication
iv Till" CIRCUIT Cl 'CRT OF I UK
'^,?SEJUDlCIAi: CIRCUIT IN AND
,.,,,. rADE COUNTY FLORIDA.
IV cil VNCERY. No. 122406.
MORRIS BREZINSKY, Plaintiff, vs.
VNNA BREZ1NSKY, Defendant
TO: ANNA BRKZINSKY, R301 Baj
P kn i B ooklyn, New York.
by ordered to file your
. or answer to the i>iil of
. igainBl you
iRRIS BREZINSKY on or before
m i "' t,the,r,wi"
r Mid bill will be
>> l -' >"' >'? ',.. ,
- VXD i 'RDERED tins l, da}
LEATHERMAN.
Circuit Court.
Y.'k ,, RICE, JR..
Deput) Clerk.
rlF.i IRGE J. TALIANoFF
-i I or for 1 tiff.
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Carnival Date Set
Announcement has been made
by E. Albert Pallot, president of
the B'nai B'rith Council of Great-
er Miami, of official date for the
second annual B'nai B'rith carni-
val to be staged Sunday, April
17 all day and evening at the Mi-
ami Beach Y.
Seventeen adult B'nai B'rith
groups and twelve youth organ-
izations will sponsor games and
amusement booths and provide
entertainment for a crowd which
exceeded 7.000 spectators last
year.
MewsbHef
William Feldman, attorney, has
announced the removal of his of-
fice to the Biscayne Building, 19
West Flagler St.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN tha'
the undersigned, desiring to engage m
business under the fictitious nam of
The Washert-ria at ai)4 S Miami Av
Miami. Florida. intend? to register
Mid name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Cour' of Dade <"ountv. Florida
MATILDA FELDSTEIN
Sole Owner
MYERS. HEIMAX KAPLAN
AUorneys for Applicant
Seybold Bldg.
2/25 3/4-11-18-35
NOTICE UNDER FICTITlOLS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I
the undei signed, desl ng 1 sage
business under the flctii
Taml in I Hot< I Bni al : VV< st Flat
ler Stn et, Miami, Fla i i
register -.1 Id name wltl
the < 'In uit Court of Dadi C
Florida.
LEONARD LEVIN
.!< ISEPII I. ; lODMAN
HARRY DIETZ
Attorney for Applicants
2 18-25 3 4-n-|v
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
CIRCUIT I'til'RT i IF THE
C1AL CIRCUIT IN AND
\ 1 >K Ci il'XTY. FLI iRIDA.
IO No 12244(1
. \: ; p ilntlff v*
\ S'XETT, I'. f< ndant,
!' FL< iRIDA:
. \ RKXNETT
. AVel
lifted and oi dered
: Coii plaint
pi the
before the
othei w a
I .. entered
\ HERMAN,
Cl .lit Court.
-
M C. PEIOE,
Deput) Clerk,
- '
u. bruary.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring i" engagi In
business under the fictitious narm ;
Ace Music Company, not Inc. at 544
N.W. ".ih Ave., Miami, Florida, In-
tend i" reglstei Bald name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida,
HARRY SILVERMAN
JOSEPH MOOXEY
HARRY DIETZ
Attorney for Applicants
2 18-25 3 4-11-18
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No
22124,
In Re: ESTATE OF
sini ley L I > Armond, 1>.-. ease l
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims "i Demands Against Said
Estate:
You, and each <>f you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims anil demands which yn. or
Ither of you, may have against the
p-taii- of Shirley L. De Armond de-
i eased late of Knox < 'ounty, Ti nnes-
-. to the Hon W F Blanton, County
Judge of Dade County, and file the
same in his office in th< County
Courthouse in hade County, Florida,
within eight calendar month* from the
late said claims or demands to contain
the legal address of the rial man t and
to be sworn to and presented
said, or same will be barred See Sec-
tion 120 of the 193S Probate \( t
Date February it A.D. 1949
MAX R. SILVER.
r a.
L
DE ARMOND, Deceased,
WASMAN, SILVER* SAKOWITZ
Attorneys for Ancillary
Administrator, i !.T A.
2/18-25 3/4-11
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IT Ci H'RT i IF THE
CIRCUIT OF
IN AND FOR DADE
IN CHANCERY, No.
1224
SHIRLEY JEAN WADSWORTH De-
vil tiff, v* Ri iBERT A.
Di VIEW, 11( fendant.
T( i IH iliERT A. Dt-VIEW
- u Strcel
I. M his in
Yd ltd IERT A. I" VIEW, arc
to file your appear-
unci above i fi ir divorce
on or befi the 22nd day of Mai ch,
a I >. !: 19, :hi p -' a I iee Pro
;. b< entered against you,
I >ati d: *b I",
E, H LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
(Circuit Co lit Si al)
By M. C. FEIGE.
Deputy Clerk,
MARION BROOKS
iff
19 Ol mpl i Uldg.
23 3 111
As Ancillary Administrator, C i
of tin- Estate nf SHIRLEY
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ih" ir nit to engage in
business undei Ihe fictitious name of
Cumberland Trailer Park al K800
Southwest so, street, .Miami. Florida,
Intends lu ter said n ime t > the
ol t he Cln ult Coui t of I >ade
Co p.' rids
SAMUEL B. ROSENSON
DANIEL F i \l;i.-(:i:
foi Samuel 1J. Rosenson
2a :: I -11 -1 s
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
lerslgned, desiring to engas
business under the fictitious name ol
Ai's Delicatessen al 706 S.W, 27th
Avenue, Miami. Florida, Intends to
register said name with the Clerk
of the circuit Couit of Dade County,
Florida,
ALFRED L. DIAMOND
Aronovltz, Weinkle a.- Aronovlts
Attorneys for Applicant
"! Seybi Id B Hiding
:i 1-11-16
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT ciil'KT "F THE
11TH JUDICIAL i'IRi'CIT <>F
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
122431.
LILLIAM MOSLEY MAXSON, Plain-
tiff, vs. STANLEY E, MAXSON,
Defendant
TO: STANLEY E MAXSON
13 17th Avenue
Paterson, New Jersey
YOU. STANLEY E. MAXSON, ;, ,
hereby notified to file your appearance
in th ahovi- cause for divorce on or
before the 22nd day of March, A.D.
lll. otherwise a Decree Pro Con-
feppo win be entered against vou.
Dated this 17th day of Februarv,
A.D. 1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Baal)
By II C. FEIGE,
,.._ Deputy Clerk.
MARIOX BROOKS
Solicitor for Plaintiff
819 Olvmpia B!'l.
2/18-25 3/4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
National Fish Market at ""I S. W.
Hi Street, Miami, Fla., intend to
d name with the Clerk of
Circuit ',.111 of I lade I 'o:int v
Florida.
A \l:> IX NEISS
ROBERT FELIK
ARTHUR .1. KA'l'Z
MILTON A, FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicants
L' 11 -1 s 2.7 : I
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1ITII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. -- IN CHANCERY, No
122219.
RI Til SHADLE, Plaintiff, vs. FRED
SHADLE, Defendant.
YOU, FRED SHADLE, 230 Park
Place, Orange, New Jersey, are noti-
fied to file your Appearance In the
above cause for Divorce, on or be-
e Manh 11, 1949, or a Decree Pro
Confesso will entered against you.
DAT1 M i Fi bi uary 1". 1949
E. B, l.EATIIEKMAN, Clerk.
(Cllcult ''oiirt Seal)
Uy WM. W.
V*
T
iSsJ?
AUGUST BROS RV
* "" l,i It i v f '
WASMAN, SILVER A.-
Attorneys for Plaintiff
:ns Seybold Building
2 11-18-25 8 i-ll
STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
SAKOWITZ
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, Xo.
21 I
In R. ESTATE OF IRVING R.
BECKER, I.....i ii.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You and each Of you. are hereby
notified and required to present any
s and demands which you, or
either of you. may have against the
estate of Irving r Becker deceased
late of Miami Beach, Dade County
Flo, Ida. to the Hon. W. F. Rlanton,
r-ountv Judge of Dade County, and
Hie Fame In his office In the
County Courthouse in Dade Countv
Florida, within eight calendar months
from the date of the first publication
hereof. Said claims or demands to
contain tho legal address of the claim-
ant and to be sworn to and presented
as aforesaid, or same will b ba: rrt
See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act
Date January 81, A D 1949
BEVERLY BECKER,
As Administratrix of the Estate of
Irving R. Becker, Deceased.
MARK SlLVERSTElX
Attorney for Adminietratrlx
^/ll-lS-25 3/4
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
.'inlllDA IN AXD FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No.
MILDRED STEINBERG, Plaintiff, vs.
' WILFRED STEINBERG, Defendant.
You, WILFRED STEINBERG. 557
Christopher Avenue, Hrooklyn, New
York, are notified to file your appear-
iiice in the above cause for divorce
on the 14th day of March. A.D. 1949.
otherwise decree pro confesso will be
entered against you.
Dated this 9 day of February, D.D.
1949
K 1! LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal) ______.,
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Plaintiff
Reynold Building
. ll 18-25 3/4
LEGAL NOTICE
1949
NOTICE UNDER FU^TTnrTnT
NAME LAW US
NOTICE IS HEREBY nivvw
the undersigned, deslrlne to eni. ,hat
business under the fictitious E*e '?
Warren Supply at 3706 \ w '
Street. Hlaleah. Flor da lmpa60,h
register said name with the .-,"?, ,0
the Circuit Court of Dade. rrk ot
Florida. aae County,
EUGENE R. KATZ
JAMES BRESLOW
HARRY DIETZ, w>w
Attorney for Applicants
CoiiKress Building
1/28 2/4-11-18-25
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COCRT OF THE
1ITII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT F
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No.
122058,
HARRY FRIEDMAN, Plaintiff, vs.
HELEN FRIEDMAN. Defendant.
you, HELEN FRIEDMAN. 709
North KlngSley Drive, Hollywood,
California, arc notified to file your
appearance In the above cause for
dlvon.....n the 7th day of March,
\ |i 1949, otherwise decree pro con-
fesso "ill be entered against you.
Dated this L' day of February. A.D.
1949*
E, B LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE.
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Plaintiff
1023 Seybold Binding
2 1-11-18-26
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE ilRi'lIT COCRT OF THE
1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FIjORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, Case No 122137.
GLORIA SANDAUER. Plaintiff, vs.
WILLIAM SANDAUER, Defendant.
To: William Sandauer
Cure of Max Sandauer
800 West 4 lib Kile, t
New Yoik City, New York
You an- hereby required to file an
appearance In the above action for
diM.ne on or before the nth day of
March. 1949, otherwise, a Decree Pro
Confesso "ill be entered against you.
Dated this 7th day of February.
1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
HAROLD SHAPIRO
Attorney for Plaintiff
2/11-18-26 3/4
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IX THE CIRCUIT COURT m.
1ITH JUDICIAL cmcnT|
FLORIDA. IX AXD FORTJaS.
COUNTY. IN CIIANCIRY ?E
122250 I'11', No.
MURRAY ROSENBERG, Plaintiff .
LIRRE ROSENBERG.' Defendiv*
Y( )U, LIBRE R. ISENRERG a"L.
Avenue "Y," BROOKLYN, nSS
YORK, are notified to file \'our An
pearanoe in the above causa for ni
vorce, on or before March 14 iq
or a Decree Pro Confesso will 'be en
tared against you. en"
DATED: Februarv 10 1040
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal) rK-
By WM. W. STOCKING,
WASMAN. SILVER ft ^".Vm*'
Attorneys for Plaintiff
91S Seybold Bldg.
2/11-18-25 3/4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS "
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tho undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
-Max's Delicatessen at 11,11 West-Flat,
ler Street, Miami, Fla intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade Countv
Florida.
MURRAY BUDNER
LEOX XAMOFF.
Partners
MYERS, HEIMAX & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants
I2/11-1S-25 3/4-11
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FI.ORIDA. IX CHAXCERY, No.
DORIS ABRAMSON, Plaintiff, vs.
JOE ABRAMSON, Defendant.
TO: ,l< IE ABRAMSON
C/o Rice Hotel
Houston. Texas
On or before the 12th day of March,
1949, you are hereby notified to file
your appearance or answer to the Bill
of Complaint for Divorce In the above
styled cause, otherwise said Bill of
Complaint for Divorce will be taken as
confessed by you. This order to be
published In the Jewish Floridlan,
Miami, Florida.
Dated this in dav of February,
1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By If. C. FEIGE.
Deputy Clerk.
GENET GENET
120 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
2/11-18-25 3/4
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP
FLORIDA. IX AXD Fi >lt BADE
COUNTY'. IX CHANCERY, Xo.
122039.
GERTRUDE COONEY, Plaintiff, vf
JAMES B. COONEY, Defendant.
You. JAMES B. COONEY, 5 Mil-
ford Avenue, Newark, New Jersey,
are notified to file your appearance in
the above cause for divorce on the
7th day of March. A.D. 1945, other-
wise decree pro confesso will be en-
tered acalnst you.
Dated this 1st day of Februarv,
A.D. 1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
tClrcuit Court Seal)
By R. E. HODGES,
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN'
Attorney for Plaintiff
Seybold Building
2/4-11-18-25
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tin undersigned, desiring to engaged
business under the fictitious name ol
Town and Beach Club at One Uncoil
Road, Miami Beach. Florida, intend
to register said name With the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
MILTOX SIRKIX
ALEXANDER S1KKIN
LEON SIRKIX
ADELE ZIV1TZ
Partners
2/11-18-25 3/4-11
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
In Till: CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL i'IRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND For DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
122090.
SYLVIA LEVITT. Plaintiff. vs.
CARL J. LEVITT. Defendant
V"U, CARL .1. LEVITT, 1604 East-
ern Parkway. Brooklyn, New York.
are notified to nie your appearance
In the above c.uise fur divorce on or
before the 7th dav of March, A.D.
1849, or a Decree Pro Confesso will
be 1 tit,ie,i against you
\ i'AT',':'.,: This 3nl day of '*'wti
' !:. P.. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
Ircult Court Seal)
Uy M. C. FEIGE,
WASMAN. SILVER Bffi&lSP'
Attorneys
suit.. 18 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
2/4-11-18-25 a/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
notice is HEREBY OIVHN that
he iind.,s,L.,.,|i ,|,,s|,.|n|t to Pnn_ ,_
business1 under the flctltloSs 535 of
Flrsl s Package Stori A Liquor Bar
at number 10325 N.W, 27th Avenue
n the City of Miami, Florida, intends
Me^T,, ,h'<. "a" na""- with tS
Ktr?,Ftehr1d.^rCUU Court of I,a(le
MALCOLM FIRST
Sole Owner
A J. KAPLAN
Attorney for Applicant
1 ongress Bldr
1 4-U-W-26
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
th TiCE. ,s HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to enaas. in
M ',^ree?deDrl4herr,J?," X* ot
'tenalr a? ii?7.mM"?r' and Shoe
S
- ''nhad,ehCo^'yk AViSa C'rrUl*
LOUIS MAXAS
JHTHUl A;A^LMrfLHAELS0N
1/2S 2/4-11-18-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tho undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Esther Shop at 48 B. Flagler Street.
Intends to reKister said name with 'he
1'lerk of the Circuit Court of D*ie
County, Florida.
SAMUEL BUTTON
1/2S 2/4-11-18-25
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THB
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FUIRIDA, IX AXD l-t >It HADE
COUNTY. IX CHANCERY, Xo.
121!<22.
AXXA SEDIACEK, Plaintiff,
JOSEPH SEDIACI-nC, Defendant.
YOU, JOSEPH SEDIACEK, !>
Basset Avenue. Bronx, New York, are
notified to file your Appearance i"
the above cause for Divorce, on or
before the 28th day of February. A.D.
V. be entered airalnst you.
DATED: This 26th day of January,
A.D. i!H9
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. E. HODGES,
Deputy Clerk.
WASMAN. SILVER & SAKOWITZ
Attorneys
Seybold Bldg.
1/28 2/4-11-18-26
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IX THE COUNTY JUDGE'S I "'H '
IX AXD FOR DADE iidNTL
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, >
In Re:' ESTATE OF ELIZABETH
RA.IXA. Deceased. _
To All Creditors and All forsons Ha*-
Ing Claims or Demands Against Mia
Estate: .. hv
You. and each of you, are herjW
notified and required to present aro
claims and demands which yett,
either of you, mav have aKalnst inn
estate of ELIZABETH RAJ^* "y
ceased late of Dade County, FWW;
to the Hon. W. F. BLANTON. County
Judge of Dade County, and "e '"
ssme In his office in the Count)
Courthouse in Dade County, nor'"*'
within eight calendar months from"
date of the first publication Deng-
Raid claims or demands to contain
the legal address of the claimant as
to be sworn to and presented M aw>
said, or same will be barred., "
Section 130 of the 1033 Probate A".
Date January 28. A-P- Ww.
ALFRED BAJ;>* .
As Administrator of the Eitate or
ELIZABETH RAJNA. Deceased-
ELRY STONE
1010 Congress Building
Miami, Fla.
Attorney for Administrator
2/4-Tl-ll-2


Mis*fkriff3r
PAGE FIFTEEN
PAN CHAPP&L
Pan American Bank
Building
*
W. C. "Bill"
LANTAFF
Dad County Representative
to tb Stall Legislature
'EGETABLES
ITAJGHS
ICTOHY
KLEFEKER
PRODUCE CO.
1111 H. W. 22ad St. Pi. 3-*""**
BOB mm
MARTOTS
DRIG STORE
7070 Colons A^esae
PHONE 6-2040
Ugh!......foreigners
*
SAVOY HOTEL
"Open Year Around"
252 N.W. Second Street
1. ACCEPTof rejectpeople oc tair stL-rc^tl
2. DON'T LISTEN TO or tpr**i. rimcrt ijiirjt i race!
a reug.or.. or a ctasa
3. SPEAK UP. wherwrer w are. araiiK ?re"-ice. i=c
work for undenuixusa'.
Remember
THArS BEISG AX AMERICAS
POST THIS MESSAGE M R BUC PLACE
EXTRA COfES FREE. M m
C^c IS. u w SM 5*-. V. T u.. T.
-ver sir.cs tee Pucrcrs .unnec. utere
-rve ceen tccse w'nr colled etcers
loretcners Cce :- .'--'& z: it e:s ell
ens rente tcey :;c were tcreicners.
V."e re el :rre:rners ere cr less cut
:cr ;re irnrcrtccttell Americans. Sc
le: s nrc :r..~'< c: rtcers m terms c: where
they ra 'c le: s :'-:-'< :: everyone es -
Here ere tcree -wcys eccc. zi us on -elc
la keep tee United S:etes c: Arcer.cc
united:
i
HARMON, INC.
nMMfl Print* Promptly
Blue PrintsBlack tad Wnite
and Paolodal Phan
142 N. W. 2nd St.
PHONE 3-5777
AUGUST BROS Rv I
51
U f 4/ Sf
ACE RUG (LFAXFRS
26 S. W. South River Drive Phcne 9-1155
RUGS CLEANED, DYED crd DEMOTHED
Carpel Laying and Repairing
FTJrlNTTURE CLEANING
1
I.ula Jones
Please*! PW 40 Occahcu
DiLirrsy
Cut FlowersPotted Plants
CorsagesFuneral Designs
WeddingsParties
1910 S. W. 8th Street
24790 Phones 2-5384
MCX3-5 KALEH
KALER PRODUCE
COMPANY
i::C N.W. 22nd Street
Phone 2-5137
WALDEX
AMD
fALLEN
SEPTIC TANKS
Installed and Repaired
DRAIN FIELDS RELATD
Ft* Isr.~.z:is
3400 N. W. 38th Are.
PHONE 88-2150
Caruso Iron Works
Manufacturers of Ornamental Iron Work
Rear of Aviation Building
GREETINGS JACK FISHMAN. ?-wid*tt
Bramlett Equipment A Supply Co.
Phone 90618
r-v a^rSi^^^^
3240 N. VV. 27th Ave.
Phone 82-6714
TAYLOR CONSTRUCTIOH CO.
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
1776 Purdy Avenue
Miami Beach
MILLER ELECTRIC
COMPANY
400 S. W. 8th Arenue
PHONE 9-2477
950 N. W. 73rd Street
Jf
PHONE 58-2749
2875 H.W. l~Tune Road
PHONE 88-4653
Miami
ACME SUPPLY
COMPANY
Specialists in
ROOFING-METAL WORK
Gutters. t-aders. SWBghts
Ventilators Boats lanks
Air-Conditioning
1905 N. W. First Court
PHONE 9-1807


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Hebrew Academy to
Honor Benefactors
A special plaque dedication
ceremony will be held Tuesday
evening at the Hebrew Academy,
918 6th St., Miami Beach, Sol L.
Sugarman, principal, has an-
nounced.
Rabbi Max Shapiro, who re-
cently returned from a tour of Is-
rael, will be featured speaker at
the ceremonies. Cantor Jacob Y.
Goldring will present the musical
portion of the program and Dr.
David A. Andron, academy presi-
dent, will serve as chairman,
program and Dr. David A. An-
dron, academy president, will
serve as chairman.
The program will be held in
honor of a number of community
leaders who been benefactors of
the school during its brief his-
tory. Among those who will re-
ceive tribute on this occasion are
Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Goldberg,
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Rubin,
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Grundwerg
and sons, the Reinhard and
Cherry families, Harry Levitt, Mr.
and Mrs. Benjamin Appel, Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Grau, Esther Gold-
berg, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Miller,
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Sherry
and Mr. and Mrs. Simon Miller.
Members and friends are in-
vited to attend. There will be no
solicitation of funds.
The academy, which boasts an
enrollment of 155, has this week
been conducting Open School
Week in order that citizens of the
community might observe the
progress that the institution has
made since its founding a year
ago.
Synthesizing music, drama, pub-
lic expression with the combined
program of Hebrew and English
instruction, the academy has won
the commendation of educators
throughout the state.
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
DOV Chapter To Meet
DOV Chapter of the Mizrachi
Women's Organization will meet
Thursday at 1 p.m. at Beth El.
500 S.W. 17th Ave., Mrs. Harry
Steinbach, president, has an-
nounced.
Mrs. Rose Portes has been of-
ficially installed as financial sec-
retary.
Mrs. Samuel Wilchyk, sewing
chairman, has asked all members
interested in sewing for Israel, to
contact her at 3-5286.
STEEL ERECTING
HAULING
None Too Largo or Too Small
PROMPT SERVICE
W. A. DICKINSON
TRANSFER CO.
2319 N. MIAMI AVE.
Phones 2-4308 3-1658
Congregation Beth Jacob (Or-
thodox), 301-311 Washington Ave..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff.
Friday evening .-orviccs at 5:45 p.m.
Late Kildav t-vi'iiing forum at S:30.
Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on the
subl.vt "Can the Hlbllcal Law Work.'
Rev. Philip Fried will load in the com-
munal sh'Klne assisted by the lleth
Jacob Religious school chorus, tarty
Saturdav morning services at 6;3.
Regular Sabbath service at 8:30 a.m.
Guest speaker will be Sol L. Sugar-
man. principal of the Hebrew Aca-
demy. Junior services held for children
of elementary school age in the Reli-
gious School annex at 10 a.m. under
direction of Max Uertman of the
faculty. Kiddush will be served under
direction of Mrs. Joseph Brenner. Min-
cha at 5:45 followed by Shalos Scinlos.
Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on the
Portion of the Week. Sunday school
at 9:30 a.m. Pally school from 3:30
to 6:30.
Congregation Beth David (Con-
servative). 135 N.W. Third Ave.
Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice
Mamches.
Late Friday evening services at 8:15.
Rabbi Shapiro and Cantor Maurice
Mamches will officiate. The Norman
Bruce Brown Post No. 174 of the JWV
will present an American and a Jewish
Hag to the congregation and will par-
ticipate in the services. Kabbi Shap-
iro's subject will be "Hume, Athens,
JerusalemThree Ancient Cities.'' Im-
mediately after services, Mr. and Mis
Harry Mandell will be hosts at the re-
ceptlon m the auditorium in celebra-
tion of the birtli of their new grand-
son, son of Mr. and Mrs. Uoldberg.
The floral offering will be made by
Mr, .tn.I Mis. EliX lllnkes in honor of
their son Seymour's birthday. Student
services at 10.30 a.m. Sunday Par
Mitsvah breakfast for boys and girls 13
and over will be held this week at 8:40.
Bible class under direction of
Abraham Levitan meets dally
at 7:30 a.m. for a Mlschnias. Saturday
afternoons he will conduct a class in
Schatarla between Mincha and Maarlv.
Adult discussion group in synagogue
every Sunday morning from 10:15 to
11:15 led by Kabbi Shapiro.
Congregation Beth El (Ortho-
dox), 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi
Murray Grauer. Cantor Milton
Friedman.
Friday evening services at 5:45.
Friday evening forum at S:30 p.m.
Kabbi Orauer will speak on "Trial
and Error"the autobiography of
Chalm Welsmann, An Ones Shabbal
will follow in auditorium. Refreshments
will be served Under the supervision of
the Sisterhood. Saturday services at
I.m. Kabbi Qrauer will speak on
"t)ur Laws and Our Obligations."
Students' services at H1 a.m. Saturday,
supervised by Bernard W. Klmmel <>f
ih.- KcIIkIouh school staff. Mincha at
:30 p.m. Followed by Shalos Seudos
Sunday school at 10 a.m. Daily reli-
gious school from 3:30 to 6 p.m. Dally
services 8 a m and 6 p.m.
Jewish Community Center
(Conservative), 2020 Polk St.,
Hollywood. Rabbi Max Kaufman.
Friday sundown service at 5:30 p.m.
Rabbi Max Kaufman, assisted by the
choir, will conduct the service and
peak An Oneg Shabbat will follow
tlie services on Friday evening and a
Kiddush will be held Satuidav Satur-
lay services at in a.m. Sunday school
at 10:30. Hebrew school Monday, Tues-
day and Wednesday at 3 p.m. Con-
firmation and Bar Mltzvah classes at
extra session Thursday at 3 p m.
Mlnyan service daily at 9 a m.
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center (Conservative), 1701
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor
Jacob Y. Goldring.
Friday evening services at 5 p.m.
Late Friday evening services at 8:15.
Kabbi Irving Lehrman will preach
>n "A Pattern For Living." Can-
tor Goldring will chant the service
assisted by the Center choir under the
direction of Ben Yomen. Saturday
mornitur services at B B.m. Rabbi WlU
preach on 'The Weekly l ortlon of the
Law." Jr. Congregation at 9:30. Center
youth breakfast Sunday moi nlng a
9.15 in the chapel. Hebrew school
Monday through Thursday 3:30 to 6.30
Sunday school 10 o'clock to noon. I re -
kindergarten school Monday through
Friday a.m. to 12. Adult Institute
Monday and Wednesday 7:30 p.m.
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W.
12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Berele Kelemer.
Friday evening services at 6:00 p pi
Late Frldaj Evening Forum at
r si Jaffee will be guest speaker, mis
t0pjc m bi The Age of Miracles.
and Israel in 14." Kabbi April wi
conduct services Cantor Kdemr.^'ll
chant. An Oneg Shabbat will follow
the services. Saturday morning service
at 9. Kabbi April will speak on "Our
Responsibilities." Followed by Mincha
and shalos Beudos. The Kabbi win
sp.ak on the Portion of the Week.
Bunday school at 10 a.m. Hebrew
school dallv from 3:15 to 6:00 p.m.
Daily services at 7.30 a.m. and 6 p.m.
United Jewish Schools, North
Campus, University of Miami.
Sunday School at 10 a.m. Daddies
Club at 10 a.m. and Adult Bible class
at 10 a.m. with Abraham I*>vltan.
teacher. An open forum follows.
Coral Gables Jewish Center
(Liberal).
Sabbath eve service.-. :it Coral Cables
Elementary School auditorium, Ponce
de Leon at Minorca, at 8:06 p.m. B'nal
H'rith women's service. Director Rob-
ert Bergman will officiate at his fare-
well sen ice. Quest Cantor Joseph
Malek and soprano Mrs. Leo Wool will
participate. Melvln Koven will preach
a sermonette on the occasion of his
Bar Mitsvah. Mrs Kathan Bloom,
president of Coral Gables B'nal B'rith
women, will bless the Sabbath candles.
Mr. and Mrs Joseph Koven, parents
of the Bar Mitzvah. will be hosts at
reception Immediately after the serv-
ices. Saturday t p.m. final children's
Sabbath hour with Director Bergman
.it 1137 Malaga. Hostesses will be Mrs.
Albert Levick and Mrs Jules Fried-
man.
Temple Beth Sholom (Liberal),
4144 Chase Ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor
Samuel Kelemer.
Friday evening services at 8:15.
Rabbi Leon Kronish will speak on
"If .Moses Were ti> Visit the Hi-public
of Israel Today," the last in a series
of four sermons dealing with the gen-
eral theme. "The Bible Becomes Real
In the Land Of Israel." Sabbath service
at 10:45. Children's birthday blessing
Sunday school at 9:15 for children ir.nn
4'-.. to 15. Hebrew classes weekdays
from 3:15 for children 7'-j to 14.
Congregation both Tiilah (Or-
thodox). 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami
Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovsky.
Friday evening services at 6:00.
Saturday morning at 1:80 Rabbi Rack -
ovskv will speak on the subject Char-
itv and Reception.'' Saturday evening
service at 4 the Kabbi will speak on
The Portion of th Week. Mincha
,t 4 SO followed by Shalos Seudos and
a program of Hebrew songs and
smiros. Bally services at 7 and 8 a.m.
Class in Mislnia will he addressed
bv the Kabbi following the services.
Services :" 6:00 p.m. followed by a
class in Jewish laws and customs.
Maarlv follows at 6:15.
Temple Emanu-El (Reform).
1801 S. Andrews Ave.. Fort Laud-
erdale. Dr. Marius Ranson. Rabbi.
Friday evening services at 8:15.
Rabbi Ranson will preach on "Jewish
Contributions to America." Services
will be dedicated to Jewish War Vet-
erans and the Brown County post will
attend In a body. Colors recently pre-
sented to the JWV by the American
Legion Post of Ft. I.auderdale will
l... blessed by Rabbi Ranson. A recep-
tion will follow in the reception hall.
The public Is Invited to attend the
service at 8 p.m. and the reception at
L'..m p.m.
Tempi* Isaiah (Reform), 1065
Dade Blvd.. Miami Beach. Rabbi
David Raab.
Friday evening services at 8:15.
Rabbi David Raab will conduct the
service. Ur. Richard Horace Hoffman,
one of the country's most renowned
psychologists will be guest speaker.
His subject will be "Psychiatry and
Religion." The public Is Invited to at-
tend and will be given an opportunity
to ask the doctor questions. Following
the service a reception will be given
by Mr. and Mrs. Julius Jay Perlmutter
hi honor of their ISth wedding anni-
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^A^FEBRUA^25. 1949 Fdacation Bureau Holds Seminars % %  ." %  in a scries of Leader cellars SJ conducted WednesTHV the Bureau of Jewish EdS£ a"'" offic 318 Congress "SSSe of those seminars is to ; Tee all leaders of Jewish ?* to the various festival* and fS^thSn P-ctical aids with Lhich to teach their groups. W Hv Pomcrantz of the bureau J? announces that an ever ineasing number of leaders of Steh clubs of Greater Miami fmaking use of the bureau's brarv and files to gather program materials for their groups. New source materials come into the bureau daily, he adds, and those who have not yet visited the bureau are invited to do so and consult with him. The library is open daily, Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and is located 318 Congress Building. For further information concerning future leader seminars, call the Bureau of Jewish Education at 3-5858 or 9-0489. *Jewisti fhrldian PAGE NINE Betrothal Announced Miss Katherine Waldner's engagement to Oscar Mustel has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Waldner, Ponce de Leon Hotel, Miami, and New York. A cocktail party will be held in New York tomorrow by the Waldners for friends of the couple. Mr. and Mrs. Waldner are in New York in preparation for the affair. The bride-elect attended Miami Beach Junior High School and was graduated from schools in New York where she is secretary of the Alex Fleischman Lodge Auxiliary, Jewish War Veterans. Her fiance, who served in the Air Force for five years, will be graduated from New York University in June. An early summer wedding is being planned. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Prominent Miami Attorney Says "When I have the occasion to travel I call my travel agent, Farr Tours, then I am sure of Efficient ar.d Dependable Service." FA1IR TOURS Your Travel Agent Melvin Koven To Become Bar Mitzvah Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Koven, 617 Palermo Ave., Coral Gables, announce that their son, Melvin, will become Bar Mitzvah at services of the Coral Gables Jewish Center tonight at 8:05 at the Coral Gables Elementary School auditorium, Ponce de Leon and Minorca. This is the first such ceremony in Meluin Koven the history of the center. Parents of the Bar Mitzvah will be hosts at a reception immediately after the services. Daughters Of Israel Meet Plans for the banquet to be given in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Reinhardt on March 6 at the Helene Hotel, 1030 15th St., Miami Beach, were discussed at a meeting of the Daughters of Israel Sunday. Installation of newly elected officers will take place at the banquet Tickets are ten dollars and include a year's membership to the Daughters of Israel. A games party will be sponsored by the group Tuesday night at the Tides Hotel. Beth El Women To Sponsor Purim Ball Plans are being completed by the Beth El Sisterhood for their Purim ball to be held Sunday, March 6, at the Dora August auditorium, 500 S.W. 17th Ave. Mrs. Jack Shapiro and Mrs. E. Schwartz, general chairmen, announce that there will be entertainment, dancing, card games and mah jong. Assisting the chairmen arc Mrs. M. Rappaport, tickets; Mrs. A. Sands and Mrs. George T. Solinger, refreshments: Mr. and Mrs. Al Perl, entertainment; Mrs. M. J. Shulman, coronation. In conjunction with the ball, a Queen Esther contest is being conductedThe winner will be crowned at the affair and the two runnersup will serve as her ladies in waiting. Any girl between the ages of 14 to 20 may enter the contest. Anyone interested is requested to call Mrs. Shulman at 83-5459. Maurice* Schwartz Heads Plaza Bill Appearing in both the stage show and on the screen the popular Yiddish star Maurice Schwartz comes to the Plaza Theatre, Miami Beach, on Wednesday March 2 through the 6th. The screen presentation will be an allYiddish feature "Tevya." Cantor Samuel Malavsky and his family choir with a New York company, including the Marlin Sisters, headlines the current stage show. The screen attraction stars the Warsaw Art Players in "The Vow." Pianist To Play Chopin Program In commemoration of the Chopin centennial, the University of Miami will present Pianist Witold Malcuzynski in an allYeshlva Film Shown At Hotels "Faith and Learning," the story of the growth of Yeshiva University in a professionally produced 16mm sound film, is being exhibited at Miami Beach hotels during the month of February, according to an announcement b y Rabbi Isaac H. Ever, southerndirector of the university. Assisting with this project are a group of tourists /ruing Strauss who are Yeshiva supporters. Chairman of the group is Irving Strauss, well-known New York communal leader. The film will be shown at the following hotels: Tides, An-Nell, Nemo, Netherlands, Alamac, Tiffany, London Arms, Revlin, Belvedre, Edwards, Astor, Lafayette, George Washington, Sea Breeze, Walburne, William Penn, Empire, Abrams, Granada, Helene, Franklin, and Boston. R£ft/S£ SU3Sr/TUT£§: gUNEj 'DAlRlfi Lithuanian Editor Here Dr. M. Sudarsky, former editor of the largest newspaper in Kovno, Lithuania, is now visiting at the home of Dr. Alexander Mukdoni, Miami Beach. All former Lithuanians seeking information about relatives from Lithuania RECOMMENDED for invalids, babies and special diet cases BESTBUTTER SWEET. SALTWWHIPPED Annouricmq, THE COMPLETION of LsewtMs CROSS SHOES each, \^SIH.V The Public Is Invited to attend "OPEN HOUSE" on Saturday, Sunday and Monday February 26. 27 & 28 Commencing March 1st, the Town And Beach Club will be open exclusively to Club Lessees and their guests. Witold Malcuzynski Chopin program Monday night at 8:30 at the Miami High auditorium. Malcuzynski, who has been playing to "standing room only" each season since he began his career in this country with a highlv acclaimed Carnegie Hall recital several years ago, is a former student of Professor Turczynski at the Warsaw Conservatory and winner of the Grand Prix at the International Chopin Competition. He is one of the busiest artists in the concert field. Included on Monday night's program will be a fantasy, two nocturnes, a sonata, three mazurkas, two etudes, a waltz and a scherzo. ^ Miami Hebrew School Women Plan Purim Ball The fourth annual Purim ball of the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation will be held Sunday, March 13, at the Frolics Club. 1306 N.E. Bayshore PL, according to William Weintraub, chairman. On Weintraub's committee are Mrs Herbert Feldan and Mrs. Max Jacobskind, entertainment; Mrs. William Weintraub and Mrs. Joseph Schwadron, tickets; Mrs. Ben SokolofL Mrs. Herman Needelmsn snd Mrs. Louis Soroslry refreshments; Mrs. Edward L Becker, annual Purim journal; Mrs ouis August, "Precious Jewels": Mrs. Max Coulton, Well Wishers." ^^ "(OK OOSTM) steady QY\6 sfeodij <\d\y\({ wonderful, uounqerful Cobbles : ttrfel tevei for drtom-dsfi'nfl ...end to firsJftfl for dawn-todutk dmhing. Their isertf? Cebeiss art Iht epiuo/i with ffit Gold Crott fit. 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r .v FEBRUARY 25,1949 Jenisfi Fk irndnann PAGE ELEVEN To %P|M-ar Here l ZX"* nw s tage star a ^director of New York's 2 Civic Repertory Theatre, ^at Temple tajelaudi. Sun Monday night at 8 o'clock ^er the auspice, of the Town Hall of Miami. Inc. Herman A. Binder, present of the corporation, said that Miss LeGallienno will give a recital of excerpts from Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, As You Like fHamlet. as well as selections y a ?h, Cherry Orchard," "Calille" and L'Aiglon." Miss LeGaUienne was brought up in the theatre from early childhood and .scored her first ess at the age of 16. Her long Lord of professional performarC es and triumphs have established her as one of the foremost actresses of the day. Tickets are available at Byron a and Town Hall offices in Miami at 9-1767 and Saks Fifth Avenue, Miami Beach. Binder said. Cohn I* Gained To ABL Post Appointment of David H. Cohn as community consultant and assistant to Gilbert J. Balkin, director of Florida Regional Office, Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, is announced by Leonard L. Abess, chairman of the Florida ADL advisory board and executive committee. Cohn formerly served as research specialist in the league's national office, conducting surveys and analyzing discrimination in employment and educational institutions. He has played a major role in preparation of the league's survey of anti-Semitism in 1948, soon to be released. Cohn is a graduate of Dickinson College. Carlisle, Pennsylvania, with post graduate study at New York University. He was president of Phi Epsilon Pi Fraternity and was elected to Omicron Delta Kappa, national honor leadership society. AUTO GLASS Installed While You Wait Full Lino of Auto Accessories and Parts ADAMS GLASS SERVICE 1805 Purdy Avenue Call 58-3756 or 5-4316 PLANTS & SHRUBS JOSEPH MELNICK Tel. 3-7115 MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Wholesale and Retail Grade A Pulverized and Processed Muck and Marl Any Mixture Bitter Blue Sod Soil and Fill ot Any Kind Phone 4-0335 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace EDDIE ALPER Spotlighting the traditional Friday night dinners at the Delano Hotel is this unusual display executed by the Delano's maitre d'. Joseph, who is famous for his ice-sculpture. Amenold Unveiling The unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Celia Setzer Amenold will take place Sunday at 2 p.m. at Mount NebrCemetery with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI PRESENTS CHOPIN CENTENNIAL CONCERT MALCUZYNSKI IN AN ALL CHOPIN PROGRAM Jewish Workers' Alliance To Sponsor Concert The Biahk and Ben Gurion Branches of the Jewish National Workers' Alliance will sponsor a stage show and concert Sunday, March 13. at 8 p.m. at the Miami Beach High School, 14th St. and Drexel Aw. Admission will be $1.50. Friedman Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Saul Friedman, formerly of 1828 S.W. 9th St., will take place Sunday at 2:30 p.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Simon April officiating. Relatives and friends are requested to attend. Kanter Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Ida Kanter, formely of 3669 S.W. 24th St., will take place Sunday at 2 p.m. with Rabbi Simon April officiating. Relatives and friends are requested to be present. Beach B'nai B'rith IMMEOI A TE SERVICE REASONABLE PRICES QUALITY WORKMANSHIP ENGINE OVERHAUL BRAKE SERVICE MOTOR TUNE-UP LUBRICATION FRONT-END ALIGNMENT # PAINTING-SEAT COVERS NEW and RECONDITIONED MOTORS HOIIOAS MOST MODERN FACILITIES with NEW POSTWAR EQUIPMENT ond HNOW.MOW MECHANICAL STAfF • IUDGET PLAN IF DESIREO • SAM MURRAY INC II r.n,,w,tt, I I ItIT IISCAYNE iOULEVARD PHONE 1 47*1 • TRUCK DIVISION < S N f 77TH STREET PHONE I-7M7 Luncheon Group Formed Weekly luncheon meetings of the Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith are held at the Albion Hotel dining room, it has been announced by Harry Zukernick, lodge president. Members and friends gather each Tuesday at 12:15 p.m. to hear reports on current service programs sponsored by the lodge at Miami Beach. Zukernick extends an invitation to visiting B'nai B'rith members vacationing in the area to attend these social affairs. Ila


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RAY MILLS Investigations, Inc A COMPLETE SERVICE Criminal Civil Domestic SPECIALLY TRAINED RELIABLE STAFF Phone 82-5611 Biscayne Bldq. BORSCHTl eeeSCHAV I DELICIOUS HOT OR CHILLED Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 14 N.E. 24th St.. Miami 37. Fla. Phone 3-6866 Shown above is Mrs. Milton Sirkin. chairman of the Women's Gift Unit of the 1949 Combined Jewish Appeal, surrounded by her co-chairmen. Pictured from left to right are Mrs. Sylvia Chertkof, Mrs. Abraham Goodman, Mrs. Milton Sirkin, Mrs. Louis Glasser and Mrs. Carl Weinkle. Jewish Historian To Visit Miami Beach By DR. M. A. LIPKIND Dr. Jacob Shotzky, noted hisate and soon after left for the United States and settled in New torian, linguist and lecturer will visit Miami Beach for several days the end of this month and will make two public appearances at the Labor Lyceum, 25 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Dr. Shotzky is visiting Miami Beach at the invitation of the local society of Friends of the Yiddish Scientific Institute, whose headquarters is in New York City. The local Society of Friends of the Yiddish Scientific Institute has been in existence in Miami for some years and its primary purpose is, of course, to give moral and financial aid to the institute, the singular organization which is devoted to the training of scientific research in all phases of Jewish life the world over, past, present and the future. Some members and sponsors of the Society of Friends of the Yiddish Scientific Institute are, S. H. Berkovich, J. Duntov, Dr. M. Glick, J. Goldberg, W. Hertz, M. Honigbaum and others. Dr. Shotzky's visit to Miami Beach and the several public addresses which he will deliver in the Labor Lyceum, 25 Washington Ave., tonight and February 27, 1949, have truly aroused a great deal of interest and enthusiasm amongst many hundreds of Jews at the Beach and in Greater Miami. This interest in his visit is due above all else to the fine and captivating personality of Dr. Shatzky and the many thought provoking messages which he invariably leaves with his audiences. Dr. Jacob Shotzky is well known amongst Jews the world over for his various scientific conNOW OPEN LONDON ARMS HOTEL KOSHER DINING ROOM Serving Steaks—Chops—Chicken and all Jewish Delicacies 727 COLLINS AVE. RESERVATIONS SU GGESTED—51264 York City. New York Jewry appreciated this new addition to its great colony of Jewish scholars and offered him positions of great responsibility as leader and teacher, and Dr. Shotzky who was well received responded by giving his students, his readers and the audiences at his public lectures unstintingly of his vast erudition and of his great humane personality. Dr. Shotzky is a scholar of the first rank and this fact earned him such positions as professor of Jewish history at the Jewish Teachers' Seminary; secretary in charge of research and training in the field of history and the philosophy of history at the Yiddish Scientific Institute; more recently he has been appointed as director in charge of research in the Psychiatric Library at the Medical Center of New York City. Dr. Shotzky has traveled wide and far to lecture at many international congresses on history and philosophy. He has on many such occasions addressed the faculties and the student bodies of universities in which he visited on his tours. Dr. Shotzky is also a great linguist. He speaks and writes in English, Yiddish, Hebrew, Russian, Polish, German, Spanish and several others. He is a fine orator and a polished speaker. Because of his great gifts as a teacher and as a speaker he never fails to keep his listening public spellbound. Dr. Shotzky is a prolific writer and a list of his books and essays and articles would fill the pages of a large book. Space here permits the mention of but a few of over lur nia /* "•""••' uuw • ••-•• — tributions to the study of Jewish I his published writings, some of history, particularly the history of the Jews during the past ten centuries. These past ten centuries were perhaps the most revolutionary periods in the history of the nation, seeing the rise and fall of Eastern Jewry, the birth of a new language (Yiddish), the Haskalah movement, Hassidism, the movement for national emancipation (Zionism) and a great many other national evolutionary and revolutionary historical changes. .. To the scientific study of these great changes in the history of the Jewish people, Dr. Shatzky has devoted himself with untiring devotion. It is now about thirty years since Dr. Shotzky first began to unfold for us the great treasures and the rich values which he found in hidden archives, in unknown manuscripts and other source material hitherto unknown even to the best of the writers on Jewish recent his"Dr. Jacob Shotzky was born in Warsaw, Poland, in 1894. He studied history, philosophy and languages in the Universities of Warsaw, Crokaw, Lavow and Berlin. His writings on many aspects of Jewish history in Poland gained for him wide recognition and many scholarships for continued study at some of the best schools in Europe. smmttm In 1922 he received his doctorwhich are: A History of the Jews of Warsaw A History of the Jews in Poland In the Shadows of the Past Spinoza and his Times Jewish Education in Poland, 18061866 History of the Jews in Zarnach Cultural History of the Haskaloh in Lithuania He has in addition edited many volumes on the history of the theater, educational periodicals and very recently Oxford University Press published the Psychiatric Dictionary which Dr. Shotzky edited. During his stay at Miami Beach Dr. Shotzky will address the public on two separate occasions. He will speak on the Inception and Direction of the Yiddish Scientific Institute at the reception given in his honor by the local society tonight at 8 p.m. at 25 Washington Ave., and again on Sunday, February 27, at 7:30 p.m., also at 25 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, when his topic will be The Last Ten Centuries in Jewish History. Top Price Paid for MEN'S USED CLOTHING AL'S 432 N. MIAMI AVE. Phone 2-3213 GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE STORE FRONT — PLATE and WINDOW GLASS Furniture Tops. Beveled Mirrors and Resilvering Our Specialty L. & G. Glass aud Mirror Works 136 S.W. 8th St MORRIS ORLIN PHONE 3-4834 LOUIS GERBER TABLE PADS HEAT-PROOF. WATERPROOF. GUARANTEED Produced In Miami CALL 5-4360 For Courteous. Efficient. Colorful and Inexpensive 2-DAY SERVICE Our agents will bring samples and measure your tables. SUR-FIT T AIM J: PAD CO. 1807 PURDY AVE. Mendelsohn's s !" f !" 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MIAMI-, L.TEL. 3 34 J/J 'YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME WE OfFIClALlY KPttSWT THE MAJORITY Of NMTHEM JEWISH FUNERAL NMKS Inlotmalion Gtadty furnuned an Atquett SERVING MIAMI BEACH ft MIAMI Exclusively Jewish JOS. L PLUMMER Funeral Director FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 25, Shown above are four members of the Miami Beach Red Cross Campaign Organization who attended a recent breakfast meeting at the Raleigh Hotel. They are, standing, the Rev. Dr. Mitchell Taylor and Mrs. David Teilch. seated. Mrs. Belle Boris and Mrs. Israel Teitch. The campaign will be launched during the month of March and Dade County's goal has been set at S302.200. Gene Groover has been named Miami Beach general chairman. Miami Beach headquarters will be in the Raleigh Hotel. H. H. Hyman is general chairman of the drive. Eliminations In Sholem Lodge Sponsored Debate Set For March 16,17 The first inter-school elimination round in the Dade County High School debate contest sponsored by Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, will be held Wednesday and Thursday, March 16 and 17, at 6:30 p.m. at the main building auditorium, University of Miami. The third annual debate competition is under the direction of Jerome Weinkle and John Kronenfeld of the B'nai B'rith Lodge. Named as judges for the first elimination contest will be three members of the Dade County Bar Association, David Henrick, Jack Peters and Irving Cypen. Subject of the debate is: "Resolved: That President Truman's Civil Rights Program Should be Enacted Into Law by Congress." Winner of the Dade County competition will go to Washington. D. C. for one week, all expenses paid. There the team and its debate coach will meet Florida legislators, visit historic points of interest and attend sessions of Congress as guests of Representative George Smathers and Senators Claude Pepper and Spessard Holland. Last year's winners were Arlene Perry and Burton Michaels of Miami Senior High. Semi-finals are scheduled for March 20 and 21 and finals for March 23. Pioneer Women Party The Pioneer Women, Club No. One, Miami Beach, will sponsor a dessert card party Sunday, March 6, at 8:15 p.m. at the William Penn Hotel. Subscription is one dollar. Proceeds from the affair will go to the Child Rescue Fund. Members and friends are invited to attend. Mrs. Wein Fetes Friends Mrs. Lillian Wein, who is a houseguest of Mrs. Fannie Evans, 3787 Prairie Ave., Miami Beach, entertained a party of friends at the Versailles Hotel Monday, February 14, in celebration of her birthday. Guests included the Mesdames Anna Kaplan, Reeva Rott, Irene Barsky, Pauline Fater, Miriam Gould, Valerie Pollack, Viola Aarons, Ida Appel and Fannie Evans. Sisterhood To Meet Luba Roy, noted acordionistvocalist, will present a program of Yiddish and Palestinian songs at the monthly meeting of the Beth Jacob Sisterhood to be held Wednesday night at 8:30 at the synagogue. Reports of the Sisterhood's recent projects will be presented by committee chairmen. Rabbi Raab Will Address Beth El PTA Rabbi David Raab will be the guest speaker following the meeting of the Beth El PTA Tuesday night, March 1 at 8:30 p.m. at the auditorium, Milton Sachs, president, has announced. Two recently released Palestinian films will be exhibited. The Mesdames Herman Cantor, Edward Schwartz and Ernest Chernoff will present completed plans for the costume Purim party they are arranging for the Beth El students on March 13 at 6 p.m. These plans include a comic Professor Quiz program with Bernard KimmeL instructor, officiating as the professor; prizes for outstanding costumes; cartoon movies, and holiday refreshments. Jr. Hadassah To Hold Style Show "A Weekend at the Shelborne" fashion promenade under the auspices of the Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah will be held Sunday February 27, at 2 p.m. for the benefit of the Meier Shfeyah Children's Village in Israel. Commentator for the show to be staged at the Shelborne. will be Mary Ventura, a new resident of this area. 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PAGE EIGHT *Jeistncrid!lain FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1949 i: Mrs. Wm. P. Taub William Taubs At Home Here Residing at 953 S.W. 10th St. are William P. Taub and Ins bride, the former Evelyn R. Baumoehl. Their marriage took place January 30 in the home of the bridegroom's sister. Mrs Leonard Gordon. 1153 S.W. 12th Ct. Rabbi S. M. Machtei performed the ceremony. The bride, who was given in marriage by her great uncle, Herman Lefkowitz of Miami Beach, wore a dress of white net with matching elbow length gloves. She carried a white bible adorned with streamers and white orchids. Grace Yamir., Freeport, Long Island, N. Y., was maid of honor for her cousin. Best man was Albert Taub. A reception and dinner followed the ceremony. Out-of-town guests included the bride's cousins, Grace and Edward Yamin. Freeport; Harry and Sidnev Sehain, Jacksonville. Pearl Kaplan Weds Irving Silverfine The marriage of Pearl E. Kaplan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kaplan. 1004 Michigar. Ave. Miami Beach, to Irving Silverfine. son of the Jack Silver' fines. Brooklyn. N. Y.. WM solemnized February 9 in the home of Rabbi Irving Lehrman. A reception followed the ceremonies in the Shelborne Hotel. The former Miss Kaplan attended the University of Miami. After a honeymoon in Miami Beach, the couple left for Brooklyn, where they will reside with his parents. Anne Glazier Bethothal Told Mr. and Mrs. Sam Glazier. 1345 S.W. 7th St.. announce the engagement ot their daughter, Anne, to Sydney Zall. son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Zall, Perth Amboy. N. J. The bride-elect was graduated from Gouverneur High School, Gouverneur, N. Y., and Syracuse University. She has been affiliated With the B'nai B'rith office here for the past ore and a half years. Mr. Zall attended schools ill New Jersey and is now a real estate broker in Perth Amboy. No date has been set for the wedding. Daughters Honor Fiedler At Anniversary Party The Misses Harriet, Bette and Miriam Fiedler gave a surprise party in honor of the 20th wedding anniversary of their parents. Dr. and Mrs Michael Fiedler. 2368 S.W. 4th St. Miami guests included Mr. and Mrs. Max Colton, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Feinberg. Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Kindler. Mr. and Mrs. Artie Kravitz. Mr. and Mrs. George Pollack. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sandier Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Abe Lander and L. Linderman. New Haven. Conn.: Mr, and Mrs. Herbert Helman and Mrs. Becky Frankcl, New York. Augusta Rubinstein To Wed Arnold Newman Announcement has been made of the approaching marriage on March 6 in New York of Miss Augusta Rubinstein to Arnold Newman, son of Mrs. Fred F. Newman, of Miami. Miss Rubinstein was formerly assistant to Rabbi Stephen S. Wise and more recently a member of the staff of the Consulate of the State of Lsrael in New York. Mr. Newman is internationally known as one of the foremost photographers in the country whose covers appear regularly on Time, Life and Fortune magazines. He has also had numerous art exhibits. Mrs. Newman will leave Sunday for New York and Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey K. Newman and son Ira,*accompanied by Edward T. Newman, will leave Wednesday by motor for New York where they will remain until after the ceremonies. Godfrey and Edward are brothers of the bridegroom. Personally Speaking Mrs Victor Mell, 2273 S.W. 12th St., has as her houseguest her sister, Mrs. Jack Kahn, Brooklyn^ N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Irving M. Cooperman and their two children, Michael and Alan, returned to Buffalo. NY., after an extended S with Mrs. Cooperman's parents, the Rev. and Mrs. Joseph Malek, 1561 Lenox Ave., Miami Beach. The Rev. Malek accompanied the Coopermans on their trip. Mr and Mrs. Herman Marks, 1021 S.W. 73rd Ave. announce the birth of a son born February 17 at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Marks is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hy Isaacson of this city. The paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Moms Marks. ^ ^ !" Mrs. Ben Clein and Mis. Buddy Stewart were co-hostesses at a shower for Lynne Tarre. bride-elect of Paul Marks, at the home of Mrs. Morris Marks, 4495 S.W. 2nd St., February 14. The Valentine motif was carried out in decorations and refreshments. The couple plans to be married March 27. Vacationers from New York are Mrs. Phil Weiss and son, Arthur, who aie being entertained by her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Levine, Miami Beach. Mr. Weiss will join his wife later and they will celebrate their 30th wedding anniversary with friends and relatives. Mrs. Weiss and her son are with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Zuckerman, also of New York, and all are guests at the Sorrento. Mr. and Mrs. Nat Gans, 2531 S.W. 14th St., will leave tonight for Havana, where they will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary. Accompanying them on the sojourn will be Mr. Gans' brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Suher, Springfield, Mass., who are houseguests of the Gans. Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Rosenstein, Brooklyn, N. Y., announce the birth of a son February 18. Mr. Rosenstein is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Rosenstein, Carlyle Hotel, Miami Beach. The baby is the Rosensteins' first grandchild. + Mr. and Mrs. Abram Baiman, Long Beach, N. Y., are vacationing at the Ritz Plaza Hotel, Miami Beach. + Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Shapoff, 318 S.W. 28th Road, Brickell Estate, have as their houseguest their sister-in-law, Mrs. Isadore Rudo, Baltimore, Maryland. The visitor was hostess at a recent luncheon for friends and relatives in the garden of the Shapoff home. Mrs. Isaac Levin, 2120 S.W. 2nd St., left Wednesday for Baltimore, Md., where she will spend ten days visiting relatives. %  A. P. Gannes, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, has returned to Miami for a few days from Dropsie College, Philadelphia, Pa., where he is pursuing his Ph. D. studies. Mr. and Mrs. Murray Lazarus have moved into their new home at 2814 S.W. 26th St. and will be at home to their friends. + Sandra Helen Bossak, nine year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel R. Bossak, 3894 N.W. 2nd Terr., was a member of the six-man Kinloch Park Elementary School Quizdown team which recently won a set of the Book of Knowledge for the school library. Members of the team were feted at a luncheon at the Versailles and awarded two passes to the Olympia theatre. Sandra, who is a fifth grade student, answered all her questions correctly. Mr. and Mrs. A. Pepper. 507 S.W. 19th Ave., have as their houseguests Mrs. Pepper's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Bloom of Union and Greenville, S. C. The visitors will be here for two weeks. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kahn. 1137 S.W. 7th St., are their sister-in-law, Mrs. Lou Abramson. and her dauqhter, Annette, of Chicago, 111. Mrs. Louis Straus of New York is visiting her sister-in-aw, Mrs. Louis Hartz, and her nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon, 834 S.W. 10th Ave. The couple will leave immediately after the ceremonies for a honeymoon in Israel where they will spend three months. During [ their stay there Mr. Newman will do a series for Life, Time and Fortune magazines. LISTEN TO THE Jewish Musical Hoar WBAY—1490 on Your Dial Every Friday from 11 A.M. to 12 Noon Every Sunday from 10 A.M. to 11 A.M. A PROGRAM OF POPULAR, CLASSICAL AND LITURGICAL MUSIC JACOB SCHACHTER Director PLAZA THEATRE—SOUTH MIAMI BEACH •HOME OF THE ALL YIDDISH STAGE AND SCREEN SHOWS" TODAY CANTOR SAMUEL MALAVSKY and his family choir—big N. Y. company including the MARLIN SISTERS IN PERSON ON THE STAGE ON THE SCREEN THE WARSAW ART PLAYERS IN THE V0W' H 11 COMING WED. MARCH 2nd MAURICE •SCHWARTZ IN PERSON AND IN THE PICTURE "TEYYA" One of the Mason's finest >tag and screen shows Mrs. Joseph Lehrner Edith Klein United To Joseph Lehrner At home at 911 Euclid Ave,, Miami Beach, are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lehrner, whose wedding took place February 6 at Beth Tfilah Synagogug with Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky pcrforminR the ceremony. The bride is the former Edith Jewell Klein, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry V. Klein, 309 N.W. 59th Terr., Miami. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Lehrner, Chicagc, 111. For her weuuing the bride chose an aqua lace cocktail dress and carried white orchids. Doris Klein, sister of the bride, served as maid of honor. Mickey Schmidtt was best man. A reception was held after the ceremony at the Savoy Plaza Hotel. Out-of-town guests included Mr. and Mrs. Leo Lehrner, Chicago, parents of the bridegroom, and Herman Klein, Philadelphia, uncle of the bride. 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PAGE FOUR +Jt*islirkrkJic>F FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25. 1949 EDITORIAL 1 Landmark The weekly Anglo-Jewish press in the United States is currently celebrating an important holiday—the 100th year of its existence. When the first Anglo-Jewish weekly, the Asmonean, appeared in New York City a century ago the total Jewish population in the United States was slightly above 50,000 and its circulation, taking into account the old methods of distribution, could not have been great. Yet, it filled a needed gap. In those days news from abroad was slow in reaching our shores and the general press, of course, had neither the space nor the inclination to feed items of Jewish interest to its readers. Moreover, news was slow in percolating and the Jewish community found itself completely isolated from its brethren abroad. It was probably this vacuum, as much as recognition of the need of establishing a cultural vehicle, which prompted the emergence of the weekly press. True, the editors of the first paper had no means of transmitting immediate news to its readers. But the fact that there was a weekly made it possible to publish news via letters and publications arriving from abroad. Moreover, the originators of the idea probably hoped that a way would be found in time to secure news and thus establish that spiritual contact with the rest of Jewry without which early American Jewry could not have survived. Up to the close of the nineteenth century the influx of Jews from abroad was still not great enough to make its impact felt. Beginning with the immigration wave early this century, the picture changed. Hundreds of thousands of Jews began flocking to our shores, injecting new life and spirit in the Jewish communities and weaving a pattern that was not altered until evil hands decided that America was no longer a haven for the persecuted. Concurrent with the growth of the Jewish popTruee It has come to pass. Egypt and Israel have signed truce terms. The battle that has raged since Biblical times seems well on the way to a permanent conclusion. It is gratifying to see a fittinq ending to the glorious though bitter struggle to establish the Jewish State. Passing comment may be made justifying the criticism of Britain's constant meddling. It was said time and again that Israel could and would make peace with all of its adversaries if England would adopt a "hands-off" policy. Monster, still at large ulation, there was naturally a growing demand for greater Jewish expression. And the EnglishJewish press, like the Yiddish, became a vehicle for the channelization of Jewish expression. The extent to which that press served the Jewish communities in America is witnessed by the fact that today we have more than fifty such publications appearing in 43 cities in the United States, providing the local communities with news not available in the general press and with general material of Jewish interest. Because of the way Jewish news have been dramatized by press and radio the past few years, the local Anglo-Jewish press often finds itself behind the times. But that is a temporary situation. In fact, with the radio blasting away at news the moment of occurrence even the morning newspaper seems outdated. A day will come, and we hope soon, when things in Israel will become normal and when the resettlement and rehabilitation of Europe's Jews will be over, and when that day comes the general press again will not serve the special needs of the Jewish reader. Just as the press now has a plethora of Jewish news, there will be a dearth the moment the situation changes. When that happens, the significance of an Anglo-Jewish press, both as a vehicle of information and education, will become more evident than ever. As we celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Anglo-Jewish weekly press, it can honestly be said that it is destined to play a greater role in American Jewish life in the century to come than it has played in the century it is now closing. :. I Young Soprano To IPIVO I'oiHTrfl Leatrice Faye Drazin, Miami coloratu ing a recital March 10 at 8:30 p.m at the Miami Beach Y, Judge K< • neth Oka, chairman of the Y music di %  .' nnoui Miss Drazin began her sin. career at thi age of seven. At nine, she won an extensive talent contest over WQAM. and at twelve, a si:: lesl Philphia's : dio station WCAU. At fourteen, Miss Drazin was arded SupI ior Hating and National Honor from the Pennsylvania Federation of Music Club? at Norristown, Pa., and at fifteen Guitar Master Will Appear In Concert Andres Segovia, foremost interpreter of the Spanisli guitar who recently returned from an extensive European tour climaxed by his concerts at the Edinbu I (SJ Iftfev %  :



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PAGE SIX fJenistiflcrXfian FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25. 1949 %  Dedication of the site of a new synagogue for Beth David Congregation at S.W. 3rd Ave. and 26th Road. Participating in the tree planting ceremony were (kneeling 1. to r.) Rabbi Max Shapiro and Murray Cohen, president of the congregation; (standing) Harry Markowitz and Moe Feingold, building co-chairmen, and Sidney Lefcourt, general chairman. Lyons Named Chairman Of Gables Zionist Board Norman Lyons was appointed chairman of the board of directors of the Coral Gables Zionist District at a recent board meeting, according to Sidney Sanders, president. Others appointed were Harold G. Shapiro, chairman of education, program and public relations: M. Barkir., chairman of budget and finance; Sam Rabinowitz, co-chairman of budget and finance: Mr5. Lester Toloff, hospitality chairman; Mrs. Sidney Sanders, telephone chairman: Mrs. Meyer Fine, sunshine committee chairman: Oscar Green, co-chairman of the Jewish National Fund. Next meeting of the organization will be held Sunday, February 27, at 8:30 p.m. at the Hillel House, 3306 Ponce dc Leon. Speaker will be Rabbi Max Shapiro. Refreshments will be served at the close of the meeting. Pioneer Women Party The Golda Meyerson Club of the Pioneer Women of Greater Miami will sponsor a card party Sunday night at 8 o'clock ;,t the Congregation Beth El, 500 S.W. 17th Ave. Tickets are one dollar and proceeds are earmarked for the construction of children's homes in Palestine. Members and friends are invited to attend, Mrs. Pearl Krieger. chairman of the Child Rescue Fund, announces. Refreshments will be served. News Brief John Montgomery, publisher of the Florida Sun, was elected Monday to serve his third term as president of the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce. Also named were E. D. Keefer, first vice president, and Baron de Hirsch Meyer, second vice president. Ike Parrish will again fill the post of secretary-treasurer in addition to the office of general manager. JDC Leader Dies At 59 LOS ANGELES, (JTA)—Dr. Joseph C. Hyman, formerly executive vice chairman of tin 1 Joint Distribution Committee and for a quarter of a century a leading figure in the J.D.C.'s program to alleviate the suffering of Jewish communities overseas, died here last week of a heart attack at the age of 59. Dr. Hyman retired from his post as executive vice chairman of the J.D.C. in January, 1947. In the summer of the same year, however, he undertook a survey of conditions among Europe's displaced Jews, reporting that only the continued assistance of American Jewry could assure the speedy solution of the Jewish DP problem. He visited Palestine as well as seven European countries. Hebrew School Women Hold Package Party The Sisterhood of the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation held a package party Sunday evening at 8 o'clock in the dining room of the building at 1101 S.D. 12th Ave. Chairman of the affair was Mrs. Harry Steinbach. Auctioneers were Max Jacobskind, H. M. Drewich, Edward L. Becker and Sam Kostoff. 25th YEAR Camp Osceola Thoroughly Modern Separate Camps for Jewish Boys and Girls. On Lake Osceola and Mills River, "In the Land of the Sky," Hendersonville, N. C. • 2500 feet elevation • Capable seasoned staff • Resident Physician and Nurse Directors: Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Silver 950 Jefferson Ave. Miami Beach Phone: 5-5975 or 5-4239 / Leonard A. Levrne, Pres. Irving Blasberg, Treas. With DIGNITY and RESPECT our competent staff is ready to relieve you of all the details in your hour of bereavement. Ambulance Service Ilfl4!l S**<* nntmclial CAaful | 8 50 ALTON ROAD 1512 N. Broad Street Philadelphia MIAMI BEACH A. L. SIMPSON Funeral Director Mahi Temple Will Sponsor Dade Fair Fourth annual Dade county fair, sponsored by Mahi Temple Shrine, is scheduled for March 4-13 at the circus grounds, N.W. 8th Ave. and 28th St. Ten acres of educational, agricultural and industrial exhibits, featuring the wealth of South Florida's back country — fruits. v. notables, cattle and poultrywill be displayed. Prizes and premiums totaling $8,000 will be (1 exhibitors. Robin B. Mulloy, past potentate of Mahi and general chairman. said the purpose of this year's fair will be to acquaint Miamians and winter visitors with activities in South Florida's schools, farming areas and industries. Mulloy said the theme of the fair will be -Know South Florida." Ross Jordan of Macon, Ga.. manager of the Georgia state fair for 28 years, will again direct the Dade fair in conjunction with the Florida Department of Agriculture and the Dade County Commission. Jordan announced that the fair will offer 14 divisions for exhibitors. They are: livestock—beef and dairy cattle, dairy goats, community displays, agriculture and horticulture, 4-H club girls, garden clubs, schools, women's department of domestic science and home industry, handcraft and art, vocational agriculture, model airplanes, open poultry, 4-H club poultry and a rabbit show. More than 65,000 people attended the Dade fair in 1948. Offices of the fair association have been opened in the Scottish Rite temple at 471 N.W. 3rd St. Triton Hotel Dining Room On the Ocean at Twenty-Eighth St. Full Course Dinners Air-Conditioned Operated by Erwin Frishnet Music Phone 5-6651 WILNO KOSHER MEAT PRODUCTS Beach Chapter Of AJC Will Meet Monday In Beach Center Patio A meeting of the Miami Beach Chapter of the American Jewish Congress will be held Monday at 1 p.m. in the patio of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, 1710 James Ave. Mrs. Leonard Glickman, president, announces that this will be the last opportunity for members to turn in their contributions towards the donor journal. Election of members of the nominating committee will take place and a report on steps taken by the AJC on DP legislation and group libel action will be given by Mrs. Blanche Nevel, chairman of the commission on law and social action. A social drama will be presented by the students in Dr. Gordon Lovejoy's human relations classes at the University of Miami. 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PAGE TWO vjenistrkricfian FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25 1949 < I I'll Say By HARRY SIMONHOFK The Federation's Honor Roll A century from now, the Honor Rolls published by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation will be important docurr.er.ts. These booklets reflect the present history of our community. Evi :dual. through his donation, writes his own biography. Inclusion in I booklets will do honor to many: their descender.ts will h< ; -. to be proud. Conversely, a future generation will look at the callow forefather, up-, whom the fa: reaching events of the past few years made sue sion—or none at all. A Hectic Year In the year 2048. when Gre I Mian.; will nu 5.000.000 hum in sent w ill heroic age ir. Jewish am Many will marvel how theii cestors did react to the Nazi • •. f I .000.000 Ji v$ • the frar.1 I the DP save tl .ves in tl Occupation Zont the underground Jew to 1 Land: to the U N v I f 35 n the partition int wards ruin and disaster; to the est blishm nt of Medinas Israel on May 15. 1948! to President Tru•-cognition wit lin 8 minutes a:' Bi n Gunon's Deiti '.•". % %  : to the n of the n A I na• : rtitude and of men. iren. t to lesti by Ids; to thi tibnof J military s. to 1 %  %  tl n nst Brithave raised the stat and anti-S tilit: I of tl Id at 1 licking f tl n .... ...... gr.ition ofI' stature of / then it is 1 1 parasite iths; 1 • rderly election of • %  %  r. 1900 y< %  • f 12 • IT.thin 7 j. wi ;._ %  • •. • the i • %  -. : thi U • lection Chai V Pi %  • : • ." Stal The Community Reaction '•' J lisBril to the acts of Jewii caust Mand itory 1 th< stamina • • Yish everything : %  MIAMI'S OLDEST FURNITURE MUVERS ...... :' • %  %  11 .. • • least wh Bib! tegory :. vision ,th< %  I : ts do net expand a evenl heroi "' %  %  •" %  -' ts of their Miami Y Will Hold Bridge Tournament A duplicate bridge tournament will be held at the Miami Y Monday night. February 28, at 8 o'clock, according to an announcement by Fred Grossberg, social man of the Miami YMYWHA. • You don't have to be a bridge >expert to enter the tournament," G •ssberg says. "The contest is for everyday players." The tournament is limited to 80 teams. The first 40 paid entries will play Monday night, February and the rest will play the wing Monday evening, March 7. The best six teams for each ing's play will meet in the An 1 ngraved silver cup will be : to each winning East & West and North & South. Harold Meyers of the social mittee is in charge of the tournament with Mrs. Harry GoldDorothy Mark and Irving Saal, assisting him. According to the contest is open to ers and non-members. interested are requested • tact the office of the Miami Y at 3-5489. legal group. A few are absurenough to swallow the stupid ideology of the American Council for Judaism, Inc. Some ..re perhaps influenced by their Gentile wives. 01 tain snol bi nplex that then: 1 superi fixation iing aloof from Jewish activiY iung law;. %  out thorn • usually a tough pr %  ting ••• 1 : 1948, it is in %  I ten spot I 5 tru :• ply 1 ves a %  Yet ertain I I mow thai sup] sedl; su-l I intellects. 1 ; • ... in their failu I | thai eroi M | %  city, Myers Named To Board Stanley C. Myers of this has been named to the board n f governors of the Training Bureau for Jewish Communal Service educational institution orgSJ three years ago to train pro f es sional workers for positions fa. Jewish communal leadership h was announced by Bernard Penin £ bo' a rd Cindnna,i -*"'* f Jews 1 '• A: lii nthe Negev ] • Highlands [ C$mplttt Httlrt sttw Otl.noui D. w Strvtd from 4 p m ti Call Jatqum Hollywood 46JI44JJ f-onl Soilion To bli I 00 frht NEW SHOW TONIGHT 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 pire a firsl • %  poe: it thi %  birl : I el. Bui wl I • • : '.n our communMiami area. ponded nobly. In 1948, •: %  H n R .. :• : Is the ntribul This % %  %  •: :•.. ..-. \ t each ntribul hat extent 1 eacted 1 faced by the 1900 years. H r will outlive • | • that bestov glamour to the .-• a%  %  : Beach. A • thi % %  ol M. J. .. r k e d %  ling a census for %  • %  tl e Jewish pnp' %  •' %  Oj (',: %  ater Miami ( xci 40.000 souls The mosl casual exf the 1948 Honor Roll indicate that at least 33 1/2 not respond to s campaign. As proof thai this ate is conservativi I made the .or.. I found but 123 names out of 205 J. wisl lawyers • %  ing in Greater Miami. S what can be expected of plain vhen e tl an 1/3 of the mi ml • rs in a learned and reted profession remain deaf irgent pli as at a most crucial moment ir. Jewish his' Parasites There is no single reason that will explain this defection in the %  ...-. • • the; should un ersta tl plight of the DP '.tting the Hit ner.tration ; I tolern the fact f the N bestialil volting libi I • who can vi< I nent his : thei • rtun mother murdi %  ped his • i. his child flunu into ewi All these things actually happened to his relatives. By mere chance he escaped t %  horrors because circumstances or poverty drove his parentto • Europe when they did. Failure to make a small or large contribution, depending on hicondition, puts him in the class named by the Negro folk before the Civil War—White Trash. Hadassah Group Will Meet Monday Night The Henrietta S/old Group of Hadassah will hold a business meeting Monday night at 8:30 at the Helene Hotel. 1030 15th St.. Miami Beach. Plans will be completed for a games party to 1 e held March 12 at 8:30~ at the Helene. Proceeds will go toward Hadassah's health projects in the Holy Land. Mrs. Nathan Israel, president, is in charge of arrangements and Mis. David Slovak L< ticket cl man. Miami Off ice 1713 tf .W. ttii Ave., Phone 82-4731 *f with mtii^ •Cv as good as home-made/ .^#> 3 other tempting varieties s ^y with Rice • Noodles • Clear HOROWITZ* MARGARETEN condensed KOSHtK CANNED CHICKtN SOWS like all the other HOKOWITZ-MAtGARETEN BOSH{ I (ANN El (MKIENMODICIS. are dtlicioui. .iave lime, work, moneyl Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 14 N.E. 24th St., Miami 37. Ha. Phone 3-6866 CARR APPLIANCES, INC. OWEN L. CARR. President I llll.Ill A I I II: PRODUCTS PHONE 82-5295 1405 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD (9£ me (jutwaijde wiee Attention to every detail of Jewish religious requirements in an atmosphere of beauty and peace distinguishes our service to the Jewish family. Our two complete funeral chapels are up-tothe-minute in every detail of their equipment—beautifully furnished and decorated throughout. TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS IIMil RUIM West Flagler & 20th Ave Phone 8-281 1236 Washington Ave Phone 24IIIII .iiuuJftHmici tDrVARD T NEWMAN. Funeral Direcioi AB £ ElSENBERG. Treasure* IN NEW YORK 76th STREET AND AMSTERDAM AVENUE



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PAGE TWELVE I INVESTMENT ADVISER We trade in Stocks and Bonds for you. Handle your Discretionary Account at your own broker. New York Stock Exchange Securities exclusively. NATHAN ABRAHAM P.O. Box 1922 Miami 11. Fla. STERLING SILVER For Sale at Sacrifice Prices 2 unusual Candelabra Also few other pieces 740 Michigan Ave.. Miami Beach 9 to 1 4 to 7 POSITION WANTED Companion to elderly or invalid lady. Light cooking done. Full or part time. Strictly orthodox. Call MRS. BEN STIEBEL 78-0705 BABY SITTER Leave your child in competent hands! Day or evening service at your home. Call MRS. BEN STIEBEL Phone 780705 CANTOR Beautiful tenor, desires post with modern Congregation; also teacher. Noted as Concert Artist. WRITE J. R. P. O. Box 2973. Miami 18 ROOM FOR 1 OR 2 Private Family — Pleasant Surroundings — Reasonable Breakfast Privileges 2103 S.W. 11th St. Phone 3-2935 EXIT LONELINESS EIND HAPPINESS NOW JOIN THE CIRCLE CLUB Chamber of Commerce Building 141 N. E 3rd Ave.. 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Mrs. Samuel August Beth David Women To Hold Purim Ball The Beth David Sisterhood will hold its annual Purim ball Wednesday night in the Bayfront Park Recreation Hall, Biscaync Blvd. and N.E. 5th St. Mrs. Samuel August, chairman of the ways and means committee, is general chairman of the affair and Mrs. Harry Laufer Is co-chairman. Assisting will be Mrs. Nathan Becker and Mrs. Oscar Dworkin. tickets; Mrs. I. H. Castle and Mrs. Al Lasko. refreshments: Mrs. Harry August, publicity; Mrs. Alexander Stiebel. president of the sisterhood, and Mrs. Max Feldman, president of the PTA, arrangements. The program will include a rumba and tango exhibition by a prominent dance team and an audience participation feature. Ed Singer and Dave Rabinowitz will act as masters of ceremony. Temple Israel Board Approves Of Beach Reform Temple The board of directors of Temple Israel, reform congregation of 'Miami, has signified its approval of the newlv organized reform Temple of Miami Beach, Temple Isaiah. In a letter addressed to its sister congregation <>n the Beach, the i president of Temple Israel, Jules Ipearlman. conveyed the good 1 wishes of the Miami group and .quoted a resolution that his organization had adopted express i ing the desire to help the Beach temple in every possible way. Pearlmans letter quotes the resolution as follows: •Tie board of Temple Israel heartily approves of Temple Isaiah, a new reform temple of Miami Beach, preferably the north end of Miami Beach. "The board of Temple Israel has confidence in the leadership of Temple Isaiah and will lend i ry possible assistance ." Each of the congregations has appointed a committee composed of board members to work together in coordinating activities in this ar a FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, Obituary JACK TURNER Age 66, its.w. loth Ave., f Congregation Beth El. He i* survived by hl. wife, Fanny: two sons, Henry and Milton, Washington 11 ''. one daughter, Mi Jeanne Kinks, Boston, Mass. Funeral arrangements "ill be held today ni l p.m. .it tii." Riverside Memorial Chapel, West Flakier si at 20th Ave Interment will take place in Mt, Slnal i 'emetery, LEGAL NOTICES Heads Modern Kosher Home for Convalescents Rabbi Shoul. son's Home features Large Airy Rooms, Fi nest Fo ds, 24 hour Registered Nu rs ing care. 2 acres of land in Miami Beach. Rates begin as low as $75.00 weekly. Few reservations still available 1681 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach. Tel. 58-0112 free booklet. Listen to 'Share Mii Thoughts," Tuesday. 5:05 n m WMBM. vm '' LEGAL NOTICE ORDER FOR PUBLICATION IN" THE rtRiTIT COt'RT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCHT '"•", FLORIDA, IN ANT FOR DADBI rot'NTY. — IN CHANCERY. No. 12S674. RAF. GOLDMAN. 1'laintlff. VS WILLIAM GOLDMAN, Defendant TOl WILLIAM GOLDMAN Address unknown YOV ARE HEREBY ORDERED to; file your appearance to the taken aa confessed by you Pated this 24 day of March, A.D. 1949. E V.. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court (Circuit Court s-nn By \VM. W NOTICE TO APPEAR IN Till: CIKcriT I'Ol'RT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT %  >K VIA iltll'A, IN AND FOR DAI ratlon, I'lalntlff, vs. LEWIS I). CESNER and MART E, CESNER. his wife, Defendants. T< I LEWIS "ESNEK and MAK1 CESNER Adilvess I'nknown Il i ;11L'• Ohio VOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED TO A I'I' I ;.\ I: to the Will "f Complaint of Mortftugi i' • .'..-in. filed against you in ihi %  • styled i uuse, on •>: befon March 23, 1949. which mortgage encumbers the following described per! %  : %  ; %  rty, situate and being m Dade County, Florida, to-wlt: Platform Rocker i 'alilm i (Jr< en Itug D< ^-k Frigid lire Mi till Top Table, 2 • hairs %  I '. I.II.• l> I >: BSD) is Hot I'latc H anil i.li.s ami < 'hair I %  ibli< I., ds, springs and matt11 ->• s i 'haii s 1 Tabh s Otherwim the allegations -if said Hill "i Complaint,will !•• %  taken as conf> ssed bj you. Dated at Miami. Florida, this 24 da) of February, 1949. i: i: LEATHERMAN, 3 Rita Human Buckstel Young Sfiprano To Give Concert Rita Hyman Buckstel, young lyric soprano, will appear in a concert Tuesday, March 8, at 8:15 p.m. at the Miami Woman's Club auditorium. The young artist began her musical training at the Miami Conservatory of Music, where she studied under Sarah Folwell. She graduated from the University of Michigan School of Music and is now a pupil of Netta Symes Morris of the Miami School of Applied Arts Music Institute. Mrs. Buckstel has sung for many local organizations and appeared on numerous USO programs in South Florida during the war. She appeared in several operas produced by the Opera Workshop of the University of Michigan. A former soloist at Temple Israel, she now sings at Temple Isaiah. Her program will include Italian, French, German and English selections. The concert is under the auspices of the Miami School of Applied Arts Music Institute and the public is invited. i c 'in ull Cl< ik Com t of the Seal) By M WARN M FA HER Attorne.\ for Plaintiff 112 Congress Building .Miami, Florida %  3'4-11-18 • 'II i .in ( lourt C. FLICK. Deputy Clerk MARION RR'ioKS Solicitor for Flaintlff M9 olvmpia Building Miami. Florida 2 25 3/4-11-18 STI ICKINO Deputy Clerk NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under th'fictitious name of Southeastern rustic Distributors at Ml N. w. 27th Terrace. Miami, Fla.. Intends to register said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida ABE KATZEN MARX FABER Attorney for Applicant 112 Congress Bldg. : :F; 3 4-II-I'-2.-. fJMMHMHNMMMMBJgMMMBHMMUMHWIUg POSITION WANTED By Middle-aged Refined Jewish Woman as Companion — Light Houseworker for Elderly Woman or Gentleman. 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rmnAY. FEBRUARY 25, 1949 +Jewisti Hi ridden in PAGE FIVE Banquet To Honor Rabbi Lehrman Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, will be honored on the occasion of his fifth year of service as the -piritual leader of Miami Beach's Conservative Synagogue at a reception and banquet to be bold at the Center, 1701 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, on Sunday, March 13, at 6 p.m. Jack Albin, a member of the synagogue's board of directors, is chairman of the affair. He will be assisted by a committee composed of members of the congregation, sisterhood and men's club. Rabbi Lehrman, a graduate of thr Jewish Institute of Religion, where he was the recipient of the Pegree of Rabbi and Master of Hebrew Literature, served as spiritual leader of Temple Shomrci Emunah, Montclair, N. J., prior to taking over the Center pulpit. At the time that Rabbi Lehrman assumed his duties in August, 1943, the congregation, with a membership of two hundred and fifty, conducted services in a converter; private home at 1415 Euclid Ave. In the intervening years the membership has grown to eight hundred families. Under Rai i Lohrman's leadership, the congtcgation erected its new structure at 1701 Washington Ave. Rabbi Lehrman was chosen last year by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation to visit the DP camps of Europe and Israel as one of three representatives of the Miami community. His report on the plight of the Jews in Europe ar.d Israel brought him national recognition. Numerous communities throughout the South utilized his services in their fund-raising efforts and the Greater Miami Jewish Federation last year presenti I him with a plaque for his "invaluable asistance to the 1948 C ined Jewish Appeal." Under his leadership the Jewish Community Center has become a point of interest, not only for local residents, but also for the many thousands of tourists of the Jewish faith vacationing in and around Miami Beach. The large number of worshipers overflowing the 1,700 synagogue seats and standing in the lobby and corridors attests in tangible fashion to the influence of his leadership. Twenty Youth Activity proire underway at the Center under the personal supervision of the Rabbi. Particularly noteworthy among the numerous religious projects initiated by Rabbi Lehrman is the Sunday morning Youth Service and Breakfast, which is considered one of the outstanding projects of its kind in the country. Rabbi Lehrman and his wife, Bella, reside with their children. David and Rosalind Myra, at 1848 James Ave. Beach Hotels Hold Programs For Heart Fund A series of entertstnments at Miami Beach hotels for the benefit of the Miami Heart Association's fund-raising campaign got underway last week and will continue through Wednesday, Sol Goldstrom, director of the Beach hotel entertainment division, announced. Abe Allcnberg is chairman of Goldstrom's committee. Co-chairmen are James J. Carroll, Sid White, Ike Gold, Mrs. Jimmv Katz. Mrs. Sid White, A. Neil Sawyer, Harry Erlanger, Warren Freeman and Abe Pollack. The campaign which is against j the nation's No. One killer will} aid the National Children's Cardiac Home and the Miami Heart Institute. Lindsey Hopkins, Jr., is, general chairman. Denver Children's Home Group To Meet Tuesday The Greater Miami Chapter of the National Home for Jewish Children at Denver will meet Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. at the Wofford Hotel, 2400 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. Mrs. Edward L. Cowen will give a review of the current Broadway success, "Edward My Son," starring Robert Morley. Vaudevillian To Appear At Purim Festival Mar. 12 Frank Keeney, dean of vaudeville managers and originator of amateur shows, will perform at the Purim festival to be sponsored by the Miami Ladies Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged Saturday, March 12, at 8 p.m. in the Grossinger Pancoast Hotel. Keeney, who has outlived his former pals, Oscar Hammerstein, B. F. Keith, Proctor and Albee, introduced such celebrities as Fanny Bricc, Jimmy Savo and George White to the American stage. Rabbi /ruing Lehrman Dr. Rand To Speak "Health Legislation — What Do We Really Need?" will be the subject of an address by Dr. Harold Rand, local physician, at the Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith luncheon club meeting today at 12:15 at the Downtowner Restaurant, Seybold Builling. Dr. Rand will be introduced by Burnett Roth, program chairman. lladassah Will Hold Style Show New date for the Miami Hadassah Group fashion show, originally scheduled for yesterday afternoon, is Monday from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Havana-Madrid, 300 S.E. 1st St. Margaret Newman originals will be featured by Patricia Vance models and Hadassah women. Accessories will be provided by [Baker's Quality-Craft. CommentI ator will be Patricia Vance with Mrs. Louis Adler at the piano. Prizes will be awarded and refreshments will be served. Chairman of the affair is Mrs. Harold B. Cohen, who will be assisted by co-chairman Mrs. David Hess. Hostesses will be the Mesdames M. Burstein, Harry Elson, George Bush, Sam August. Harry August, Louis Levitt, Jack Mitnick, Louis Dachslager, Herman Echtenthal, Irwin Kwall and Samuel Koerner. Serving on the refreshments committee are Mrs. S. Dezen, R. Gold and Mrs. Harry Laufer. Other committee members are Mrs. Albert Rosenthal, prizes; Mrs. Rae Frome, Mrs. S. J. Weinstein, Mrs. Milton Weiner and Mrs. Fred Ochs, door; and Mrs. Sol Stokols, publicity. Attendance is by membership only. Pioneer Women Plan Bazaar For April 2-5 Plans are now being formulated for a bazaar to be sponsored bv the Pioneer Women's Council of Greater Miami from April 2-5 at the Million Dollar Pier, Miami Beach, according to an announcement by Rosemary Gerson Kaplan, council president. Mrs. Lena Mintzes has been named chairman of the affair. She will be assisted by Mrs. Henry Seitlin, co-chairman, and Mrs. Jack C Rosenberg, treasurer. The bazaar will be opened with a dance, which is under the chairmanship of Mrs. Sol Braun. Weekly meetings are being held on Wednesday mornings at the home of Mrs. Mintzes in preparation for the event. ______ STILL The Finest Food in Florida LA CANTJNA RESTAURANT BISCAYNE BLVD. AT 74th STREET IN PERSON JAN PEERCE FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 27th AT 8:15 P.M. 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PPH5AY, FEBRUARY 25, 1949 fJtnisli fkridifon PAGE THREE Hollywood B'nai B'rith Youth Group Meets At a meeting of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization, Hollywood Chapter, held last Thursday evening, at the Jewish Community Center, Evelyn Winofsky and Muriel Weinstein were welcomed as new members. Mel Rosenthal was elected to thc office of recording secretary to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Eileen Bohrer. Guest speaker of the evening was Mrs. Anne Rubinstein, exserviccuoman, member of the Jewish War Veterans Post No. 613 of Broward County. Mrs. Rubinstein outlined the plans of her organization for a Purim festival, to be held at the Community Center on Sunday evening, March 13. She requested the cooperation of the youth organization in the Queen Esther popularly cnnti.-t. to be held in conjunction with the festival. Joan Bergman. Eileen and Sheila Bohrer. Maxine Diamond, Lorraine Mitrany, Joan Ranson, Norma Rosenberg and Lillian Sultan signified their intention to enter the contest. Membership in the Youth Organization is open to young men and women between the ages of 17 and 25. Meetings are held each Thursday evening. Mahoney Named Orange Bowl Committee Head Elected last week as president of the Orange Bowl Committee, Daniel J. Mahoney, vice president and general manager of the Miami Daily News, has begun the selection of standing committees for the 1950 program. Mahoney, himself a rabid sports fan, will appoint committees to handle the problem of ticket distribution and the selection of opponents for the Orange Bowl game. A special committee chairman will be named to investigate the possi-J bility of raising the seating capacity of the Bowl through the sale of $50 bonds. Elected to serve with Mahoney were Grove Morrow, first vice president; John Montgomery, second vice president, and Joe H. Adams, third vice president. Paul Marks will fill the secretary's chair and C. F. "Jack" Baldwin was re-elected to the post of treasurer. Gables Director To Leave For Israel Robert Bergman will a four-month ministry PTA Holds Meeting The newly-formed PTA of the United Jewish School held a meeting Tuesday night at 8 o*clock at the Coral Gables Women's Club, East Ponce de Leon and Santilane Ave. Guest speaker was Rabbi Max Shapiro. Officers of the organization are: Edward Weich, president; Mrs. Sam Lieberman, recording secretary; Mrs. Seymour Blumenthal, treasurer. Gilbert M. Fein Opens Own Office At Beach After several years as designer and chief draftsman for Greater Miami architects, Gilbert M. Fein has opened his own office for the practice of architecture at 1370 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. A veteran of World War II, Fein graduated with honors from the School of Architecture at New York University. He was associated with his father in the practice of architecture before moving to Miami Beach. While in the service he assisted in the design and installation of airports, administration buildings, hangars, and other Air Force facilities in the South Pacific. **? ^OKEACJT COttOtNSID HUSH* 1 W'^Uw: ROKEACH "*f / ROKfcACH KOSHER Director conclude at the Coral Gables Jewish Center when he conducts a farewell Sabbath Eve service in the auditorium of the Coral Gables Elementary School, Ponce de Leon at Minorca, tonight at 8:05. On his departure, Bergman will leave for a twoyear stay in Israel. For the past six years a rabbinical student at the Hebrew Union College, Bergman postponed his Israel trip at the request of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations to accept the position of interim director of the Gables Center in the organizational stages of that body. While here he also served as South Florida representative of the Union, the national central body of this country's liberal synagogues. During his stay, he officiated at Center services. Members of the congregation and patients at Pratt Veterans Hospital Chapel, where he performed Jewish chaplaincy duties under Resident Chaplain James Boston. While in Israel, Bergman will work for a year as a member of the cooperative farm colony of Mishmar Ha-emek, where he will make a study of the colony's school system, reputed to be the most progressive in the world. He will also engage in free lance journalistic work. This will be followed by a year at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. During his stay he will engage in a number of educational projects involving wire recorder and motion pictures, primarily in the field of Israeli folk arts, the dance and music. Participating in his farewell service will be Cantor Joseph Malek, who will continue to assist the congregation after the director's departure; Mrs. Leo Wool, soprano; and Melvin Koven, who will deliver a sermonette on the occasion of his Bar Mitzvah. Young Koven's Bar Mitzvah is the first such ceremony in the history of the young Gables Jewish Community Center. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Koven, the parents of the confirmand, will be hosts at a reception following the service. Also participating will be the Coral Gables Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women and their president, Mrs. Nathan Bloom. Jr. Hadassah Sponsors Record Album Sales The Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah is sponsoring the sale of a collection of original Hebrew folk songs. The music is composed and played by Nachum Nardi, a distinguished Jewish composer. Included in this album are "Rejoice. O Land of Sharon," "To Galilee," "Hymn to Labor," "Stamp Your Feet," and "In Spite of All." Proceeds from sale of the album will go towards the children's village of Meier Shfeyan, maintained by Junior Hadassah. Destitute children, orphaned children, refugee youth, find a haven and security in this home-school-vocational training center in Israel. For further information concerning the purchase of this album, contact Rita Ross at 83-3267. Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 14 N.E. 24th St., Miami 37. Fla. Phone 3-6866 .Everything for the Motorist Your Smooth Tires have more TRADE-IN Value when you buy SEIBERLING TIRES "America's Finest Tire" $2.00 down puts a new SEIBERLING on your carl Balance $1.25 per week USE YOUR CREDIT at your nearest Dixie Service Station ;\^ v^ 101 S.W. 1st STREET 5327 N. MIAMrflVE. 945 FIFTH ST. M. B. 3539 N. W. 17th AVE. 1840 ALTON RD. M. K. 'Pfcdncal Apnl'tunces lor the Home Weizmann Young Judaea To Meet Tuesday Night A musicale will highlight the next meeting of the Weizmann Vf Mini? Judaea to be held Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock at the Miami Y. The group will hear Palestinian records, sing songs and dance the hora. Boys between the ages of 10 and 15 who are interested in joining the group are asked to call 3-5854. If You Desire JEWISH CUISINE Try These tUNCHEON SPECIALS SANDWICHES SMOKED SALMON CHOPPED LIVER TOMATO HERRING SOUR CREAM SPECIALS SOUR CREAM WITH COTTAGE CHEESE SOUR CREAM WITH VEGETABLES Air-Conditioned Mezzanine Floor ;fco5rifcfc Gables Center Will Sponsor Dance Feb. 27 The Coral Gables Jewish Center has slated a dance for Sunday, February 27, at 9 p.m. at the Frolics Club, 1306 N.E. Bayshorc Drive. Mrs. Sam Silver is chairman of the affair. Assisting her is Mrs. Herman Fisher, co-chairman, who is in charge of tickets. Admission including tax is $1.20. All proceeds are earmarked for the Center building fund. For reservations, call 83-3315 or 48-2582. New Institute Of Jewish Studies Established First meeting of the newly-organized Institute of Jewish Studies for Adults was held Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the Miami Beach Y. Courses in conversational Hebrew and Jewish history will be offered. Modern Israeli songs will be included in the curriculum. The institute is jointly sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education and the young adult council of the Miami Beach YMHA. For further information call the Bureau of Jewish Education at 3-5858 or the Beach Y at 5-5319. 1 ] J 8600 Biscayne Blvd. MUSIC COCKTAILS DINNER SUPPER Reservations Phone PAUL 7-3831 Mount Pleasant Convalescent Home HAS BEEN COMPLETELY RENOVATED And is Now Under the Personal Supervision of: RUTH WEISS, II. X. EUGENE WEISS, Pod. G. • JEWISH DIETARY LAWS OBSERVED • 24 HOUR REGISTERED NURSES' CARE • CHEERFUL HOMELIKE SURROUNDINGS • SPECIAL DIETS PREPARED 1408 N. E. Bayshore Place. Miami Phone 82-5395 Blue Ribbon WIN *50 oo LISTEN TO WWPB 9:30 A.M. FOR RULES U-NAME-IT-SERVICE CONTEST ALL FLAT IRONED $1 iQ I lbs. Wearing Apparel Damp Dry I %  IV EACH ADDIAIONAL POUND 7c SHIRTS AT 12c Blue Riboon Laundry, Inc. LAUNDRY & CLEANERS 1403 N.W. 7th COURT MIAMI, FLORIDA PHONES: 3-0753, 3-0754 15. \idoxvo Hotel — Pool — Cabana Colony On the Ocean at Seventeenth Direction JAMES J. CARROLL CHAS. C. GOLDBERG Resident Manager Telephone 5-6061



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PAGE FOURTEEN > %  • Cantor (Mild ring Attend* Meet Jacob Y. Goldring, cantor of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, left for New York Sunday to attend the national convention of LEGAL NOTICE Jacob Y. Goldring the Cantors' Assembly, which is affiliated with the United Synagogue of America. Canto;Goldring. who has been associated with the Miami Beach Jewish Center for the past three years, has become well known throughout the community as a concert artist and interpreter of Ji v. :.-i: and Palestinian folk music, as well as a liturgical singer. Coming to this country from Czechoslovakia, Cantor Goldring iuated from the Academy of Music in Prague. In Europe he was renowned as the cantor of the Alt Neu Synagogue, the oldest ir. Europe. A singer from childhood, the cantor has been active in operatic, oratorial and radio work. Since his arrival in this community, the cantor has been active in Zionist and other Jewish organizations. He will return in tune for tonight's services. Mvs. llaicla Heads Cardiac t*roup A new chapter of the National Children's Cardiac Home was inaugurated hen recently under the guidance of the Dade County branch, wit:. Mrs. Milton Cohen, first vice president of the senior group, acting as sponsor. Mrs. Arthur Baida will serve as the new group's first president. Other officers include Mrs. Harold Kam. first vice president: Mrs. Seymour Friedman, second vice president; Mrs. Ira Levy, corn Sponding secretary: Mrs. Arnold Rosen, financial secretary: Mrs. Murray Docks, treasurer: Miss Arlene Shapiro, recording secretary. Board of directors consists of the Mesdames Stanley Frankel. Jerry Cohen, David Roth. Sam Magaziner, Dennis Ratthaus, Leslie Fairmont. IX NOTICE TO APPEAR THE CIRCUIT COURT Of rHE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT WAND ] %  • %  IR DADE C< 'I'NTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY, So 122 M MALI BERGMAN, Plaintiff, vs. MAX HERUMAN, Defndai I You. MAX BERGMAN, Washington Avenue', New York, New York, are notified to file ance in ihi on the 21st day of March. A.D othei wise decree .-ut.-:-.! against you. Dated this 16 day A.D. 1949, i: B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. (Cln ill C JI I S< al1 By M. C, 'lerk MILTON A FRIEDMAN Atl rney at Law ild Building Miami. Florida 2 18-2 i 8 i-ll NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT • %  CRT 11TH JUDICIAL FLORIDA, IN AND F R COUNTY. —IN N 1223 HAR" 'l.l' "RIN : I •• SARAH CRIN J SARA %  N %  to file for di' %  ) Dated I %  A.D. : I %  By M 1 MILTi >N A : Attorne) I Miami, i 2/14-2 1-11 Jewlst fhrkMan LEGAL NOTICE FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, CTRDER OF PUBLICATION iv Till" CIRCUIT Cl 'CRT OF I UK '^,?S E JUDlCIAi: CIRCUIT IN AND ,.,,,. rADE COUNTY FLORIDA.— IV cil VNCERY. No. 122406. MORRIS BREZINSKY, Plaintiff, vs. VNNA BREZ1NSKY, Defendant TO: ANNA BRKZINSKY, R301 Baj P kn i B ooklyn, New York. by ordered to file your o r answer to the i>iil of igainBl you • iRRIS BREZINSKY on or before M i •"•' %  t,the ,r, wi r Mid bill will be % %  >> l % %  •>"' >'? ',.. %  VXD i 'RDERED tins l, da} LEATHERMAN. Circuit Court. Y.'K ,, RICE, JR.. Deput) Clerk. rlF.i IRGE J. TALIANoFF -i I or for 1 tiff. I • i-ll Carnival Date Set Announcement has been made by E. Albert Pallot, president of the B'nai B'rith Council of Greater Miami, of official date for the second annual B'nai B'rith carnival to be staged Sunday, April 17 all day and evening at the Miami Beach Y. Seventeen adult B'nai B'rith groups and twelve youth organizations will sponsor games and amusement booths and provide entertainment for a crowd which exceeded 7.000 spectators last year. MewsbHef William Feldman, attorney, has announced the removal of his office to the Biscayne Building, 19 West Flagler St. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN tha' the undersigned, desiring to engage m business under the fictitious nam of The Washert-ria at ai)4 S Miami Av Miami. Florida. intend? to register Mid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Cour' of Dade <"ountv. Florida MATILDA FELDSTEIN Sole Owner MYERS. HEIMAX £ KAPLAN AUorneys for Applicant Seybold Bldg. 2/25 3/4-11-18-35 NOTICE UNDER FICTITlOLS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I the undei signed, desl ng 1 sage business under the flctii Taml in I Hot< I Bni al : VV< st Flat ler Stn et, Miami, Fla %  % %  i %  i register -.1 Id name wltl the < 'In uit Court of Dadi C Florida. LEONARD LEVIN .!< ISEPII I. %  ;• lODMAN HARRY DIETZ Attorney for Applicants 2 18-25 3 4-n-|v ORDER OF PUBLICATION CIRCUIT I'til'RT i IF THE C1AL CIRCUIT IN AND \ 1 >K Ci il'XTY. FLI iRIDA.— IO No 12244(1 •. \: •; %  p ilntlff v* \ S'XETT, I'. f< ndant, !' FL< iRIDA: \ RKXNETT AVel lifted and oi dered : Coii plaint PI the • before the othei w %  a I .. entered \ HERMAN, Cl .lit Court. %  M C. PEIOE, Deput) Clerk, u. bruary. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring i" engagi In business under the fictitious narm ; Ace Music Company, not Inc. at 544 N.W. ".ih Ave., Miami, Florida, Intend i" reglstei Bald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, HARRY SILVERMAN JOSEPH MOOXEY HARRY DIETZ Attorney for Applicants 2 18-25 3 4-11-18 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No 22124, In Re: ESTATE OF sini ley L I > % %  Armond, 1>.-. ease l To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims "i Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each <>f you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims anil demands which yn. or Ither of you, may have against the p-taiiof Shirley L. De Armond dei eased late of Knox < 'ounty, Ti nnes-••• %  to the Hon W F Blanton, County Judge of Dade County, and file the same in his office in th< County Courthouse in hade County, Florida, within eight calendar month* from the late . !:• 19, % %  :hi p -'• a I • iee Pro ;. b< entered against you, I >ati d: *b I", E, H LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. (Circuit Co lit Si al) By M. C. FEIGE. Deputy Clerk, MARION BROOKS •iff 19 Ol mpl i Uldg. 23 3 111 As Ancillary Administrator, C i of tinEstate nf SHIRLEY NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ih" ir nit to engage in business undei Ihe fictitious name of Cumberland Trailer Park al K800 Southwest so, street, .Miami. Florida, Intends lu • ter said n ime %  t > %  the ol t he Cln ult Coui t of I >ade Co p.' %  rids SAMUEL B. ROSENSON DANIEL F i %  \l;i.-(:i: %  foi Samuel 1J. Rosenson 2a :: I -11 -1 s NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai lerslgned, desiring to engas business under the fictitious name ol Ai's Delicatessen al 706 S.W, 27th Avenue, Miami. Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Couit of Dade County, Florida, ALFRED L. DIAMOND Aronovltz, Weinkle A.Aronovlts Attorneys for Applicant "!• Seybi Id B Hiding :i 1-11-16 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT ciil'KT "F THE 11TH JUDICIAL I'IRI'CIT <>F FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 122431. LILLIAM MOSLEY MAXSON, Plaintiff, vs. STANLEY E, MAXSON, Defendant TO: STANLEY E MAXSON 13 17th Avenue Paterson, New Jersey YOU. STANLEY E. MAXSON, ;, hereby notified to file your appearance in th ahovicause for divorce on or before the 22nd day of March, A.D. lll. otherwise a Decree Pro Confeppo win be entered against vou. Dated this 17th day of Februarv, A.D. 1949. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Baal) By II C. FEIGE, ,.._ Deputy Clerk. MARIOX BROOKS Solicitor for Plaintiff 819 Olvmpia B!'l£. 2/18-25 3/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of National Fish Market at ""I S. W. •Hi Street, Miami, Fla., intend to d name with the Clerk of Circuit ',.11 1 of I lade I 'o:int v Florida. A \l:> IX NEISS ROBERT FELIK ARTHUR .1. KA'l'Z MILTON A, FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicants L' 11 -1 s 2.7 : %  I ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 1ITII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. -IN CHANCERY, No 122219. RI Til SHADLE, Plaintiff, vs. FRED SHADLE, Defendant. YOU, FRED SHADLE, 230 Park Place, Orange, New Jersey, are notified to file your Appearance In the above cause for Divorce, on or bee Manh 11, 1949, or a Decree Pro Confesso will !„• entered against you. DAT1 M i Fi bi uary 1". 1949 E. B, l.EATIIEKMAN, Clerk. (Cllcult 'oiirt Seal) Uy WM. W. V* T iSsJ? AUGUST BROS R V £ "" l,i It i v f WASMAN, SILVER A.Attorneys for Plaintiff :ns Seybold Building 2 11-18-25 8 i-ll STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. SAKOWITZ NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, Xo. 21 • I In R. ESTATE OF IRVING R. BECKER, I i ii. To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You and each Of you. are hereby notified and required to present any s and demands which you, or either of you. may have against the estate of Irving R Becker deceased late of Miami Beach, Dade County Flo, Ida. to the Hon. W. F. Rlanton, r-ountv Judge of Dade County, and Hie Fame In his office In the County Courthouse in Dade Countv Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain tho legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will b ba: rrt See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act Date January 81, A D 1949 BEVERLY BECKER, As Administratrix of the Estate of Irving R. Becker, Deceased. MARK SlLVERSTElX Attorney for Adminietratrlx ^/ll-lS-25 3/4 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF .'inlllDA IN AXD FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY. No. MILDRED STEINBERG, Plaintiff, vs. WILFRED STEINBERG, Defendant. You, WILFRED STEINBERG. 557 Christopher Avenue, Hrooklyn, New York, are notified to file your appeariiice in the above cause for divorce on the 14th day of March. A.D. 1949. otherwise decree pro confesso will be entered against you. Dated this 9 day of February, D.D. 1949 K 1! LEATHERMAN. Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) „.,„ By WM. W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Plaintiff Reynold Building ll 18-25 3/4 LEGAL NOTICE 1949 NOTICE UNDER FU^TTnrTnT NAME LAW US NOTICE IS HEREBY nivvw the undersigned, deslrlne to eni. ,hat business under the fictitious „E* e '? Warren Supply at 3706 \ w Street. Hlaleah. Flor da lmp„a 60,h register said name with the .-,"?, ,0 the Circuit Court of Dade. r£ rk ot Florida. aae County, EUGENE R. KATZ JAMES BRESLOW HARRY DIETZ, w>w Attorney for Applicants CoiiKress Building 1/28 2/4-11-18-25 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COCRT OF THE 1ITII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT F FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY. No. 122058, HARRY FRIEDMAN, Plaintiff, vs. HELEN FRIEDMAN. Defendant. you, HELEN FRIEDMAN. 709 North KlngSley Drive, Hollywood, California, arc notified to file your appearance In the above cause for dlvon n the 7th day of March, \ |i 1949, otherwise decree pro confesso "ill be entered against you. Dated this L' day of February. A.D. 1949* E, B LEATHERMAN, Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIGE. Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Plaintiff 1023 Seybold Binding 2 1-11-18-26 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE ilRi'lIT COCRT OF THE 1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FIJORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, Case No 122137. GLORIA SANDAUER. Plaintiff, vs. WILLIAM SANDAUER, Defendant. To: William Sandauer Cure of Max Sandauer 800 West 4 lib Kile, t New Yoik City, New York You anhereby required to file an appearance In the above action for diM.ne on or before the nth day of March. 1949, otherwise, a Decree Pro Confesso "ill be entered against you. Dated this 7th day of February. 1949. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. HAROLD SHAPIRO Attorney for Plaintiff 2/11-18-26 3/4 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IX THE CIRCUIT COURT m !" 1ITH JUDICIAL cmcn T !" | FLORIDA. IX AXD FORTJAS. COUNTY. IN CIIANCIRY ? E 122250 I 11 ', No. MURRAY ROSENBERG, Plaintiff LIRRE ROSENBERG.' Defendiv* Y( )U, LIBRE R. ISENRERG a "L. Avenue "Y," BROOKLYN, NSS YORK, are notified to file \'our An pearanoe in the above causa for ni vorce, on or before March 14 iq or a Decree Pro Confesso will 'be en tared against you. en DATED: Februarv 10 1040 E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk (Circuit Court Seal) rK By WM. W. STOCKING, WASMAN. SILVER ft ^".Vm*' Attorneys for Plaintiff 91S Seybold Bldg. 2/11-18-25 3/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tho undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of -Max's Delicatessen at 11,11 West Flat, ler Street, Miami, Fla intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv Florida. MURRAY BUDNER LEOX XAMOFF. Partners MYERS, HEIMAX & KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicants I2/11-1S-25 3/4-11 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FI.ORIDA. — IX CHAXCERY, No. DORIS ABRAMSON, Plaintiff, vs. JOE ABRAMSON, Defendant. TO: ,l< IE ABRAMSON C/o Rice Hotel Houston. Texas On or before the 12th day of March, 1949, you are hereby notified to file your appearance or answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce In the above styled cause, otherwise said Bill of Complaint for Divorce will be taken as confessed by you. This order to be published In the Jewish Floridlan, Miami, Florida. Dated this in dav of February, 1949. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By If. C. FEIGE. Deputy Clerk. GENET GENET 120 Lincoln Road Miami Beach. Florida Attorneys for Plaintiff 2/11-18-25 3/4 NOTICE TO APPEAR IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP FLORIDA. IX AXD Fi >lt BADE COUNTY'. — IX CHANCERY, Xo. 122039. GERTRUDE COONEY, Plaintiff, VF JAMES B. COONEY, Defendant. You. JAMES B. COONEY, 5 Milford Avenue, Newark, New Jersey, are notified to file your appearance in the above cause for divorce on the 7th day of March. A.D. 1945, otherwise decree pro confesso will be entered acalnst you. Dated this 1st day of Februarv, A.D. 1949. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. tClrcuit Court Seal) By R. E. HODGES, Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN' Attorney for Plaintiff Seybold Building 2/4-11-18-25 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tin undersigned, desiring to engaged business under the fictitious name ol Town and Beach Club at One Uncoil Road, Miami Beach. Florida, intend to register said name With the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MILTOX SIRKIX ALEXANDER S1KKIN LEON SIRKIX ADELE ZIV1TZ Partners 2/11-18-25 3/4-11 ORDER OF PUBLICATION In Till: CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL i'IRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 122090. SYLVIA LEVITT. Plaintiff. vs. CARL J. LEVITT. Defendant V"U, CARL .1. LEVITT, 1604 Eastern Parkway. Brooklyn, New York. are notified to nie your appearance In the above c.uise fur divorce on or before the 7th dav of March, A.D. 1849, or a Decree Pro Confesso will be 1 tit,ie,i against you \ i' AT ',' : '., : This 3nl day of '*'WTI !•:. P.. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. Ircult Court Seal) Uy M. C. FEIGE, WASMAN. SILVER Bffi&lSP' Attorneys suit.. 18 Seybold Building Miami, Florida 2/4-11-18-25 a/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVHN that he iind.,s, L .„,.,| i ,|,, s |,.| n|t to Pn „ n ,_• business1 under the flctltloSs 535 of Flrsl s Package Stori A Liquor Bar at number 10325 N.W, 27th Avenue n the City of Miami, Florida, intends Me^T,, ,h '<. a na ""with tS Ktr? Fte h r1d.^ rCUU Court of I,a(le MALCOLM FIRST Sole Owner A J. KAPLAN Attorney for Applicant 1 •" %  ongress Bldr 1 4-U-W-26 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW th T i CE ,s HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to enaas. in M ^ree? de D r l 4 he rr ,J?, X ot 'tenalr a? ii?7.m M "? r and Shoe S %  • %  ''n h ad e h Co^' y k AViSa C rrUl LOUIS MAXAS JHTHUl A ;A ^LMrfL HAELS0N 1/2S 2/4-11-18-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tho undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Esther Shop at 48 B. Flagler Street. Intends to reKister said name with 'he 1'lerk of the Circuit Court of D*ie County, Florida. SAMUEL BUTTON 1/2S 2/4-11-18-25 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THB 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FUIRIDA, IX AXD l-t >It HADE COUNTY. — IX CHANCERY, Xo. 121!<22. AXXA SEDIACEK, Plaintiff, %  JOSEPH SEDIACI-nC, Defendant. YOU, JOSEPH SEDIACEK, !•> Basset Avenue. Bronx, New York, are notified to file your Appearance i" the above cause for Divorce, on or before the 28th day of February. A.D. V.• In Re:' ESTATE OF ELIZABETH RA.IXA. Deceased. _„ To All Creditors and All forsons Ha*Ing Claims or Demands Against Mia Estat e: .. „hv You. and each of you, are herjW notified and required to present aro claims and demands which yett, either of you, mav have aKalnst inn estate of ELIZABETH RAJ^* "y ceased late of Dade County, FWW; to the Hon. W. F. BLANTON. County Judge of Dade County, and e '" ssme In his office in the Count) Courthouse in Dade County, nor'"*' within eight calendar months from" date of the first publication DengRaid claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant as to be sworn to and presented M a w> said, or same will be barred., •" Section 130 of the 1033 Probate A". Date January 28. A-PWw. ALFRED BAJ; >* %  As Administrator of the Eitate or ELIZABETH RAJNA. DeceasedELRY STONE 1010 Congress Building Miami, Fla. Attorney for Administrator 2/4-Tl-ll-2



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PAGE SIXTEEN vjewist Meridian > %  %  Hebrew Academy to Honor Benefactors A special plaque dedication ceremony will be held Tuesday evening at the Hebrew Academy, 918 6th St., Miami Beach, Sol L. Sugarman, principal, has announced. Rabbi Max Shapiro, who recently returned from a tour of Israel, will be featured speaker at the ceremonies. Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring will present the musical portion of the program and Dr. David A. Andron, academy president, will serve as chairman, program and Dr. David A. Andron, academy president, will serve as chairman. The program will be held in honor of a number of community leaders who been benefactors of the school during its brief history. Among those who will receive tribute on this occasion are Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Goldberg, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Rubin, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Grundwerg and sons, the Reinhard and Cherry families, Harry Levitt, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Appel, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Grau, Esther Goldberg, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Sherry and Mr. and Mrs. Simon Miller. Members and friends are invited to attend. There will be no solicitation of funds. The academy, which boasts an enrollment of 155, has this week been conducting Open School Week in order that citizens of the community might observe the progress that the institution has made since its founding a year ago. Synthesizing music, drama, public expression with the combined program of Hebrew and English instruction, the academy has won the commendation of educators throughout the state. RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY DOV Chapter To Meet DOV Chapter of the Mizrachi Women's Organization will meet Thursday at 1 p.m. at Beth El. 500 S.W. 17th Ave., Mrs. Harry Steinbach, president, has announced. Mrs. Rose Portes has been officially installed as financial secretary. Mrs. Samuel Wilchyk, sewing chairman, has asked all members interested in sewing for Israel, to contact her at 3-5286. STEEL ERECTING HAULING None Too Largo or Too Small PROMPT SERVICE W. A. DICKINSON TRANSFER CO. 2319 N. MIAMI AVE. Phones 2-4308 — 3-1658 Congregation Beth Jacob (Orthodox), 301-311 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Friday evening .-orviccs at 5:45 p.m. Late Kildav t-vi'iiing forum at S:30. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on the subl.vt "Can the Hlbllcal Law Work.' Rev. Philip Fried will load in the communal sh'Klne assisted by the lleth Jacob Religious school chorus, tarty Saturdav morning services at 6;3. Regular Sabbath service at 8:30 a.m. Guest speaker will be Sol L. Sugarman. principal of the Hebrew Academy. Junior services held for children of elementary school age in the Religious School annex at 10 a.m. under direction of Max Uertman of the faculty. Kiddush will be served under direction of Mrs. Joseph Brenner. Mincha at 5:45 followed by Shalos Scinlos. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on the Portion of the Week. Sunday school at 9:30 a.m. Pally school from 3:30 to 6:30. Congregation Beth David (Conservative). 135 N.W. Third Ave. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. Late Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mamches will officiate. The Norman Bruce Brown Post No. 174 of the JWV will present an American and a Jewish Hag to the congregation and will participate in the services. Kabbi Shapiro's subject will be "Hume, Athens, Jerusalem—Three Ancient Cities.'' Immediately after services, Mr. and Mis Harry Mandell will be hosts at the receptlon m the auditorium in celebration of the birtli of their new grandson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Uoldberg. The floral offering will be made by Mr, .tn.I Mis. EliX lllnkes in honor of their son Seymour's birthday. Student services at 10.30 a.m. Sunday Par Mitsvah breakfast for boys and girls 13 and over will be held this week at 8:40. Bible class under direction of Abraham Levitan meets dally at 7:30 a.m. for a Mlschnias. Saturday afternoons he will conduct a class in Schatarla between Mincha and Maarlv. Adult discussion group in synagogue every Sunday morning from 10:15 to 11:15 led by Kabbi Shapiro. Congregation Beth El (Orthodox), 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Cantor Milton Friedman. Friday evening services at 5:45. Friday evening forum at S:30 p.m. Kabbi Orauer will speak on "Trial and Error"—the autobiography of Chalm Welsmann, An Ones Shabbal will follow in auditorium. Refreshments will be served Under the supervision of the Sisterhood. Saturday services at I.m. Kabbi Qrauer will speak on "t)ur Laws and Our Obligations." Students' services at H 1 a.m. Saturday, supervised by Bernard W. Klmmel <>f ih.KCIIKIOUH school staff. Mincha at :30 p.m. Followed by Shalos Seudos Sunday school at 10 a.m. Daily religious school from 3:30 to 6 p.m. Dally services 8 a m and 6 p.m. Jewish Community Center (Conservative), 2020 Polk St., Hollywood. Rabbi Max Kaufman. Friday sundown service at 5:30 p.m. Rabbi Max Kaufman, assisted by the choir, will conduct the service and • %  peak An Oneg Shabbat will follow tlie services on Friday evening and a Kiddush will be held Satuidav Saturlay services at in a.m. Sunday school at 10:30. Hebrew school Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday at 3 p.m. Confirmation and Bar Mltzvah classes at extra session Thursday at 3 p m. Mlnyan service daily at 9 a m. Miami Beach Jewish Community Center (Conservative), 1701 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. Friday evening services at 5 p.m. Late Friday evening services at 8:15. Kabbi Irving Lehrman will preach %  >n "A Pattern For Living." Cantor Goldring will chant the service assisted by the Center choir under the direction of Ben Yomen. Saturday mornitur services at B B.m. Rabbi WlU preach on 'The Weekly l ortlon of the Law." Jr. Congregation at 9:30. Center youth breakfast Sunday moi nlng a 9.15 in the chapel. Hebrew school Monday through Thursday 3:30 to 6.30 Sunday school 10 o'clock to noon. I re kindergarten school Monday through Friday a.m. to 12. Adult Institute Monday and Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Miami Hebrew School and Congregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Berele Kelemer. Friday evening services at 6:00 p pi Late Frldaj Evening Forum at r si Jaffee will be guest speaker, MIS t0 pj c „m bi The Age of Miracles. and Israel in 14." Kabbi April wi conduct services Cantor Kdemr.^'ll chant. An Oneg Shabbat will follow the services. Saturday morning service at 9. Kabbi April will speak on "Our Responsibilities." Followed by Mincha and shalos Beudos. The Kabbi win sp.ak on the Portion of the Week. Bunday school at 10 a.m. Hebrew school dallv from 3:15 to 6:00 p.m. Daily services at 7.30 a.m. and 6 p.m. United Jewish Schools, North Campus, University of Miami. Sunday School at 10 a.m. Daddies Club at 10 a.m. and Adult Bible class at 10 a.m. with Abraham I*>vltan. teacher. An open forum follows. Coral Gables Jewish Center (Liberal). Sabbath eve service.-. :it Coral Cables Elementary School auditorium, Ponce de Leon at Minorca, at 8:06 p.m. B'nal H'rith women's service. Director Robert Bergman will officiate at his farewell sen ice. Quest Cantor Joseph Malek and soprano Mrs. Leo Wool will participate. Melvln Koven will preach a sermonette on the occasion of his Bar Mitsvah. Mrs Kathan Bloom, president of Coral Gables B'nal B'rith women, will bless the Sabbath candles. Mr. and Mrs Joseph Koven, parents of the Bar Mitzvah. will be hosts at reception Immediately after the services. Saturday t p.m. final children's Sabbath hour with Director Bergman .it 1137 Malaga. Hostesses will be Mrs. Albert Levick and Mrs Jules Friedman. Temple Beth Sholom (Liberal), 4144 Chase Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Leon Kronish will speak on "If .Moses Were ti> Visit the Hi-public of Israel Today," the last in a series of four sermons dealing with the general theme. "The Bible Becomes Real In the Land Of Israel." Sabbath service at 10:45. Children's birthday blessing Sunday school at 9:15 for children ir.nn 4'-.. to 15. Hebrew classes weekdays from 3:15 for children 7'-j to 14. Congregation both Tiilah (Orthodox). 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Friday evening services at 6:00. Saturday morning at 1:80 Rabbi Rack ovskv will speak on the subject Charitv and Reception.'' Saturday evening service at 4 the Kabbi will speak on The Portion of th Week. Mincha ,t 4 SO followed by Shalos Seudos and a program of Hebrew songs and smiros. Bally services at 7 and 8 a.m. Class in Mislnia will he addressed bv the Kabbi following the services. Services :" 6:00 p.m. followed by a class in Jewish laws and customs. Maarlv follows at 6:15. Temple Emanu-El (Reform). 1801 S. Andrews Ave.. Fort Lauderdale. Dr. Marius Ranson. Rabbi. Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Ranson will preach on "Jewish Contributions to America." Services will be dedicated to Jewish War Veterans and the Brown County post will attend In a body. Colors recently presented to the JWV by the American Legion Post of Ft. I.auderdale will l... blessed by Rabbi Ranson. A reception will follow in the reception hall. The public Is Invited to attend the service at 8 p.m. and the reception at L'..m p.m. Tempi* Isaiah (Reform), 1065 Dade Blvd.. Miami Beach. Rabbi David Raab. Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi David Raab will conduct the service. Ur. Richard Horace Hoffman, one of the country's most renowned psychologists will be guest speaker. His subject will be "Psychiatry and Religion." The public Is Invited to attend and will be given an opportunity to ask the doctor questions. Following the service a reception will be given by Mr. and Mrs. Julius Jay Perlmutter hi honor of their ISth wedding anniRUDY HESS CATEKEII Specializing in Kosher Dishes and Home Made Pastries Music For All Occasions Individual Sweet Trays and Sandwich Trays 24 HOUR SERVICE 2129 N. MIAMI CT. PHONE 2-3808 RES. PHONE 3-3117 NORTH OF MIAMI ON FEDERAL HIGHWAY NO. 1 America's Foremost Female Impersonators DANNY & DOC'S JEWEL BOX 512 N.E. 15th St. Res. 9-3100 F RIDAY, FEBRUARY 2 5. versary. Nancy Schonfeid will the Sabbath lights and Milton will recite the Kiddush. R„ school Sunday at 10 a.m. Temple Israel (Reform)] N.E. 19th St. Rabbi Coir.., Z wit man; Dr. Jacob H. Ki Rabbi Emeritus. Friday evening services at I Richard H. Zelsler. International i % %  .•.p. HI. lent and eminent (JJA auj will speak on the subject and Israel as They Are Todaj. services conducted by Rabbi Q\ A. Zwitman. A congregational tion for worshippers, under Slstt sponsoi ship, will follow the Ices. Following are on me reci committee: Mrs. Morton Ruass9 Mrs. Maurice Serotta, co-chalrmI slsted by Mrs. Adolph UVrthl house and refreshments chalrmas Mrs. Stella Hantman, Miss 1 K us sack and Miss Lois wivnl Mrs. Henry Hlrsch will recld blessing over the Sabbath ca Sabbath morning services at 11 Members of the 1949 conflrn class will participate. Israelite Center (General), S.W. 24th St Dally services at 7 am Sat| morning services at 9 a.m Congregation Keneseth (Orthodox), 432 Espanola Miami Beach. 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liewislhJEIliDipidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY 22 NUMBER 8 MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25 1943 PRICE TEN CENTS ALESTINE WAR ENDS trael And Egypt Sign Armistice; \^^ j rk A f A ,. ... ~^ ~7. irab States Set To Come To Terms 1949 Appeal Activities LOJltinUe; movement for |RH0DES-7h mnanent | •" the strife-torn UyLand icceleraled as Ise f ar .d Egypt signed a historic hlestir.e am istice and six other fabstetes si • med ready to come j terms. I Iraq and Saudi Arabia anLunced that t: ; will acept any beemenl r %  between other jab states and Israel. Peace disssioas with Trans-Jordan and ebar.or. eduled to begin wet week vill be bound by fe Let. %  reement and Yel en by %  rtian accord, inBrrr.ed s [The actual signing ceremony 10:30 a.m. ,3 30 a.m. EST) hursday in the Hotel des Roses 5 an antiUmax to an elaborcelebration Wednesday evel Terms of the historic armistice iced :' t virtual demilitanza3i? A rdm to a Mizrachi News Bureau (MNB) dispatch. fcuru i/ a cl 1S expected to arrive in this country within the next *ee*s : a nationwide speaking tour. report on the future of Jewish religious life in Israel Local Groups To Hear Mme Oppert Mme. Pauline Oppert, a leader of the French wartime resistance against the Nazis and responsible for saving the Lives of thousands of Jewish children, will speak at a series of meetings for the 1949 Jewish Appeal next week. On Sunday morning Mme. Oppert will address a breakfast meeting of the Beach Lawyers' Division, under the chairmanship of Judge Harold Spaet, at the Shelborne Hotel. The French woman will address the Winter Residents Unit at a stag dinner at the home of Mr and Mrs. Samuel Katz. 5970 North Ray Road. Miami Beach, Monday evening at 6 o'clock. The Winter Residents Unit is headed by Jack Ablir.. Assisting him are Jack Dubinsky and David Phillips, co-chairmen. The unit executive committee includes Harry Aberman, Sidney Ansm. Louis Cohen, Jack Cooper. Leon Ell, Abraham Fine. Samuel Fox. Philip Frieder, Alex Goldblatt, Sam Goldfarb, Louis Krensky, Ben Shapiro, Gus Trau, Dr. Joseph Weidberg and Jacob Ziskind. Mme. Oppert will speak at a cocktail party gathering of the paint division Monday at 5 p.m. at the Higgins Co., 2780 West Flagler St. Robert Levin and Al Sherman are co-chairmen of this division. On next Friday night the visitor will address the members of Congregation Beth El at their late Friday evening forum. Mme. Oppert, born and educated la France, was graduated as a trained nurse in 1934. She did social work in a children's home in Tours and later headed the nursing staff of a French war hospital during the first winter of the war. When the Blitzkrieg hit France, she and her husband joined the underground but he was captured by the Nazis while rrj out a mission for the French underground. Tortured to make him d his associates, M. Oppert died a hero's death rather than betray their confidence. His wife carried on in the spirit in wl he died, paying the Nazis back in full for their barbarism to her country and to her people. After her husband's death. Mme. Oppert helped to establish '.". children's homes m France which Jhose itroi gest advocate movement Mme. Oppert Jack A cared for 1500 Jewish children who were supported by the Joint Distribution Committee. Here sii continued the work she had begun in the underground camps ; where she had helped to spirit away children and find hiding 'place for them under the tr.e Gestapo. Now the same chilI dren were being prepared : new life m a world of peace. Mme. Oppert has two i of her own, one seven, t %  eleven. She has covered a great I deal of the country in recent tours I for the UJA. She returned from a trip to Europe of a rw: tn : nth duration where she surveyed the DP camps and the Jewish communities in Europe. She returns to this country to bring home t > tfa people of the United Sta I plight and the needs of the ageous Jews m the DP camps who are facing their fourth rear of homeiessness since the end of the war. Honse-To-House Solid tat ion To Begin March 20 The general r.ouse-to-house so• 1949 Combine Jewish Appeal will get under way March 20 and is scheduled to end March 31, George Chertkof. chairman if the Metropolitan Unit announced at a meeting attended :y cres.dents of twenty J rganizations aifiliated ith the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Chertkof pointed out that the campaign is ::' particular importance to local groups this year because of the $200,000 building fund whi:h has :een included. He explained that this sum will be the first Installment bo a five year building fund program. In addition, he said. $368,655 a being allocatec to lical ber.e%  v agencies. Stating tnat a rn.n.rr.um ::' 1 '.<)''. volunteer workers will :e required t. rover all prospects, -.kof called upon the jrganuation heads to undertake tare Ehnent of volunteers. Each president accepted a quota and pledged r.irnse.:' t.: initiate a volteer recruitman rampaign immediately Chertkof name: Harild Z.nn IA bis Eo-cfaairmao for Miami Bean. Other metropolitan leaden wto: have been appointed to serve with Chertkof are Town majors, Leonird Egert. BernarPaflaat, Mrs Frances Daniels, Mrs. Mary Seligman, Mrs. Abraham Gold, H %  Gordon, Leo W. Chulock, Mrs. John Temple. Sidney Lewis. Herman Feldman arid Sidney Sega.. -. n-.a;ors. Joseph Duntov. Mr and Mrs. Henry Seitlin, Jack AbIbott, Louis Feinstem. Marvin KimmeL Mrs. Morris Alpert. AlI bert M. Lehrman. Joel P. Newman. David M. Trau. Harold Shapiro ^r.d Mrs. Mortimer Schwartz. Schools, Churches, Civic Groups Join In Observance Of Brotherhood Week Special Gifts I Hit Meets is the World Mizrachi religious-Zionist Commission Reports To Congress, Asks Elimination Of Discrimination From Law Limi ASHlNGT N (JTA) — The a 40 percent priority for displaced EErf D provislons iT0Tn the persons from "de facto annexed iimi-Serr.:-:,, a t hlsweeltrecom -agriculturalists." ana sets the "ended in tr.e Displaced Persons eligibility date at Dec. 22, 194o n2 n £ io:i s f: -"st report to Conftiu e r p r rt al *o stated that •hu V,sas '^ been made avail S.I D F' S durm the first six jomhs of operation of the DP hi iu o ugh 5000 or more visas ne theoretically available. L/" e Cor r-mission expUined the fi^! Pan 7 between the actual figf! a ^ the possible figure as kjV 0 lowing pains" such as ^equate staff, insufficient L !" ? s P ace and the difficulty cent V n ng an entirely new confcrV, u practice Greater prob•dJL 4 ever il id w ere the Jf'nfr.tive requirement, of %  *ct itaeif which establishes To resolve such problems the commission recommended to Congress that these requirements be eliminated and that the date be changed to April 21, 1947 when the camps were closed to further entrance of displaced persons. It proposed substituting a provision that the selection of displaced persons be carried out without discrimination as to race, religion or national origin. Instead of requiring assurances of specific job* and housing facilities for the OP'S, it suggested only the requirement of assurances of "reasonable and suitable resettlement opportunities. A mass meeting at Bayfront Park tomorrow night will climax the observance of Brotherhood Week in Miami. Dr. Everett R. Clinchy. president of the National Conference of Christians and Jews which sponsors Brotherhood Week, will be principal speaker at the Bayfront gathering. Also slated to appear on the program is William Ziff publisher and author of •Gentlemen Talk Peace" and •Two Worlds." A resolution commending Governor Fuller Warren on his stand against the Ku Klux Klan and other such organizations will be read. Mayor Robert L. Floyd will preside and music will be furnished by the Miami Edisor. High School band. A highlight of the week was the annual Brotherhood manquet which was held at the Miami Woman's Club Tuesday night. Citations for "distinguished services for bettering h um a n relations" were awarded to Rabbi Colman A Zwitman. Temple Israel; Alice M. MacVicar. assistant director of instruction in county Is: Richard B. Roberts Jr.. %¡ is: president of the Catholic Welfare Bureau The awards were made by the three co-chairmen of the M Round Table, affiliate of the National Conference. Dr. H. Franklin Williams, George Chertkof I and Andrew T. Healy. Brotherhood Week programs were conducted in Dade County 1 schools and churches. I Other programs extending through March 4. in which Dr. Clinchy will take part will be at the Boca Raton Club. Temple Beth Sholom. Coral Gables Methodist Church. White Temple Methodist Church and Temple Israel. Brotherhood Week programs here were arranged by Andrew W. GottschalL regional director for the National Conference. Chile Reeo*nizes Israel Tin Prinelple' SStiSt t3dS£JS2£ I-* representative here. Having accepted a quota of ?•: A )00 toward the all-city Combined Jewish Appeal goal of $1.881.737. w ork e r s in the Special Gifts Unit of the Appeal met at the headquarters of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Tuesday and undertook an intensive solicitation of more than 200 prospects. Chairman of the unit is Abraham Goodman. Serving on the steering committee are George M. i Cohen. Al Store. Sam Proster| man. Ben GiTer and Gus Trau. Other members of the Special I Gifts Unit Committee are Dr. David Andron. Saul Ashkenazy. !Jack Burris. Leo Eisenstein. Leon | Ell. Jacob Fishman. Joseph Gart field. Dr. Morris Goodman. Aaron Kanner. Rabbi Leon Kromsh. i Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Dr. Louis | G. Lytton, Joseph Lipton. Harry I. Magid. Oscar Mamber. Rabbi • Moses Mescheloft Max Meisel. Benjamin Meyers. J. J PearlmutI ter. Arthur L. Perper, Harry PlatI off. Joseph Rambam. Joseph Rose. Burnett Roth. Sam Rose. Seymour [Rubin, Harold Shapiro, Rabbi %  Max Shapiro. Harry Simonhoff. Ed Singer. Harry Sirkin. Judge Harold B. Spaet, George Talian%  off. Harold Turk and Harry Zuk• crnick. M