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

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|22 NUMBER 9
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. MARCH 4. 1949
PRICE TEN CENTS
lontroversy Ends As Board Accepts
icy Decision On Morgenthau-Montor
W YORK, (JTA>The controversy over the administra-
te United Jewish Appeal ended here last niqht with a
the board of directors of the United Palestine Appeal to
a Jewish Aqency executive decision which returns
Morgenthau, Jr., to the general chairmanship of the 1949
and Henry Montor
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jcecutive directorship,
lote at last night's meeting
[in favor of accepting the
executive's decision and
Jtentions. The abstainees
kupporters of Dr. Abba
Silver, who recently re-
born the Agency executive
be U.J-A. decision. Judge
Rothenberg, national
of the Jewish National
'the U.S., was named act-
Itional chairman of the
succeeding Herman L.
in,
fe the meeting, Dr. Silver
that he had recommend-
j supporters on the U.P.A.
hat they abstain from vot-
Ihe Agency executive's de-
|n his statement to his sup-
Dr. Silver called the
I's action "unwarranted in-
Ron." He also declared:
ause we were thus con-
with a lamentable fait
lli, we had no other re-
[than to advise our friends
in from voting at the
neeting. We did not wish
to prolong the controv-
the other hand, we could
brove the action which was
(We wish it clearly under-
Ithat those who have de-
absolute control over the
;n and those of the ex-
of the Jewish Agency
Spitulated to such demands
bow assume full responsi-
pf tho campaign."
Morgenthau, Jr., former
y of the Treasury, an-
his acceptance of the in-
to serve as general chair-
the 1949 Campaign of the
Jewish Appeal which
him from the leaders of
vish Agency for Palestine,
Int Distribution Committee,
kited Palestine Appeal and
the United Service for New Amer-
icans. At the same time, Mr. Mor-
genthau announced that he had
named Henry Montor to conduct
the nationwide campaign under
his leadership. The announcement
of his acceptance brought to a
successful conclusion the efforts
during the past several months of
all Jewish groups to persuade Mr.
Morgenthau to head the campaign
for 1949.
Mr. Morgentnau paid tribute to
Mr. Montor as "an executive of
extraordinary ability and the best
fund-raiser for Israel and the
other causes represented in the
United Jewish Appeal." Pledging
all elements in the Jewish popula-
the 1949 campaign, he called upon
all element in the Jewish popula-
tion to "go forward in a spirit of
unity."
Morgenthau stressed extraordi-
nary needs this year of Joint Dis-
tribution Committee, United Pal-
estine Appeal and United Service
for New Americans.
He said: "The task in 1949 chal-
lenges the utmost in effort and
generosity of every one of us.
Never in history has any genera-
tion of Jews been given the op-
portunity to achieve so much in
so limited a time. We have be-
fore us the privilege and the re-
sponsibility of bringing at least
250,000 Jews into Israel in 1949.
We must keep the gate of Israel
open in 1949. We must empty the
DP camps in 1949. These two
tasks must take priority in the
American Jewish community
budget."
ADL Institute Is
Set For March 13
Dr. Maurice A. Goldberg of
Washington, D. C, president of
District Grand Lodge No. 5 B'nai
B'rith and Julius Fisher of Roan-
oke, Virginia. District No. 5 sec-
retary will be in Miami Beach to
participate in the all-day institute
commemorating the 178th anni-
versary of Thomas Paine's "The
Right of Man."
The B'nai B'rith leaders will
make a one-day visit to this area
to participate in the program to
be conducted by Benjamin R. Ep-
stein, national director of the
Anti-Defamation League. The
panel discussion will be con-
cerned with the current status of
anti-Semitism in the United States
and the audience will be invited
to ask Epstein questions.
Harold Turk and David R. Isen
have been named as co-chairmen
of the program committee. They
will be assisted by Milton A.
Friedman, Irving Cypen, Mark
Silverstein, John Kronenfeld,
Martin Rosen, Leonard Spiegel,
A. J. Kaplan, Miss Frieda Schiff-
man, Mrs. Annette Goldin, Mrs.
Helen Miller, Irving Frankel.
Reservations are now being
made for the special award lunch-
eon at 1 p.m. Sunday, March 13.
The public is invited to attend
the sessions of this first annual
ADL institute.
Sanford Swerdlin and Jerome
Weinkle will head the publicity,
radio and promotion committee
and will be assisted by Mrs. Her-
man Fisher and Miss Charlotte
Sandier. Announcement of other
committee appointments will fol-
low shortly.
Israel Renews Application For
UN Membership; Asks Early Action
LAKE SUCCESS. (JTA)The Israeli government this week re-
newed its application for membership in the United Nations. In a
letter to U.N. Secretary-General Trygve Lie, Aubrey S. Eban, Israeli
representative to the U.N., filed the application which requested
Security Council action in time for the General Assembly "to make
its decision at its resumed session in April."
Commenting on the prospects of the application, an Israeli
spokesman here called attention to the progress the Israeli govern-
ment has made in the diplomatic world since its applicationthe
first onefell two votes snort of adoption by the Security Council
in Paris last year. He pointed out that in Paris only three members
of the 11-nation Security Council had accorded Israel recognition.
As the council is now constituted, ten of its membersall but Egypt
have recognized the Tel Aviv regime.
Hialeah-Miami Israeli-Lebanese
Newsbrief
Grant Stockdale, candidate for
the state legislature on the Demo-
cratic ticket, defeated the Re-
publican nominee, M. Duncan
Held by more than 5,000 votes
Springs Jewish
Center Planned
Formal organization of the Hia-
leah-Miami Springs Jewish Com-
munity Center is expected at a
meeting to be held in the next
few weeks.
Preliminary steps toward form-
ing the group were taken at a
meeting in the Hialeah City Hall
Tuesday night. At that time Mrs.
Mary Seligman was named tem-
porary chairman.
Eighty-seven persons who at-
tended the meeting signed the
resolution authorizing the group
to seek a charter. The list will be
open until next week so that addi-
tional charter members may sign.
A number of Homestead resi-
dents who plan a similar organ-
ization were present at the meet-
ing. Sam Shankman of Home-
stead spoke to the group.
Attorney Louis Heiman has vol-
unteered to work on the legal
draft of the charter application,
which will be presented for final
'action in about two weeks.
Beach Will Vote On Bond Issue Tuesday
Miami Beach freeholders will
go to the polls Tuesday to vote
on the $1,481,000 bond issue.
The voters will decide whether
the city will embark on the pro-
gram of street lighting and storm
sewer extension halted by the
war. $850,000 of the bond issue is
earmarked for the lighting proj-
ect, while $650,000 is slated to go
towards the sewer extension,
cent plus one of the freeholders
must vote their approval before
the issue can pass. This means
that some 2,300 freeholders must
affix their "yes" to the ballot
Tuesday.
Armistice Talks
Begun This Week
TEL AVIV, (JTA)Armistice
negotiations between Israel and
Lebanon opened officially this
week at Ras el Nakura, on the
Israeli-Lebanese frontier, a gov-
ernment spokesman announced.
At the same time, it was an-
nounced that Israel's delegation
to the armistice talks with Trans-
jordan at Rhodes had been named
and entered into negotiations on
Tuesday.
King Abdullah, having lost
Gaza to the Egyptians in the re-
cently concluded Israeli-Egyptian
armistice, seeks an alternative
outlet to the Mediterranean sea
and will ask for the port of Jaffa.
If the Jews refuse to yield
Jaffa, formerly Arab-controlled
port on the Mediterranean, it is
believed Abdullah will try to
negotiate with Egypt for permis-
sion to use the Gaza port.
Transjordan also is understood
to be asking Israel for the former
Arab cities of Lydda, Bethlehem^
Ramie, Beersheba and Hebron.
Meanwhile, the evacuation of
Egyptian troops from the Faluja
area was reported continuing this
week following an earlier delay
due to technical difficulties. It is
expected that evacuation of Falu-
ja will be completed soon. The
Egyptians have imposed a news
blackout on the Faluja operation
and have barred all newspaper-
men and photographers from en-
tering the area.
. Lawrence To
ik Xext Week
Barbara Lawrence, noted
fork civic leader, will spend
week here speaking in
lof the 1949 Combined Jew-
|peal.
i on Mrs. Lawrence's sched-
fcn appearance at the Jew-
Jvision cocktail party to be
Sunday afternoon at 3
at the home of Mr. and
Joseph Hichter, 4666 North
oad, Miami Beach.
is head of the Jewelry
bn. Members of his commit-
fclude Saul Belenke, Arthur
| Philip Bernstein, J. Rab-
*, Dave Bass, Joe Bernstein,
petzig, nan Richter, Norman
Louis Newman, Sigmund
erg, Lester Korshak, Louis
nan, Irving Efseroff, Abe
May Paul and Joseph
ler.
[New Yorker will make her
appearance at the Food
on dinner which will be held
ay evening at 6 o'clock at
nelborne Hotel.
and Ben Silver are
i of the Food Division
r e. Also included are Mel-
veinkle, Leonard Jacobus,
m Dok. Weinkle, Joseph Fromkin,
fen-nan. Tillie Livingstone,
Greenfield, Mike Siske,
Romer. Harry Saffer and
parry Albert.
Ft Mrs, Lawrence will speak
f Building Trades dinner to
fa at the Shelborne Hotel
Fay evening at 6 o'clock. Joe
P is chairman of the Building
p Division.
.J'siir is slated to talk at
rood Service Equipment Di-
at the Shelborne Hotel at
!i'_ Wednesday.
this division is Louis
Contributors Respond To Pleas
At 1949 Campaign Functions
Volunteers Needed
George Chertkof, chairman of
the Metropolitan Unit, urged resi-
dents to enroll as volunteers for
the house-to-house solicitation
which will begin March 20 with
a kickoff breakfast at Mannings
Restaurant.
"A minimum of 1,000 persons
is needed to canvass all the pros-
pects," Chertkof announced. So
far less than 400 have enrolled.
Mrs. Barbara Lawrence
Loeb, who will be assisted by
Jerome Adelman, Victor Reiter,
Joseph Scheinberg, Farry Fried-
man. Harry Schwartz and Jack
Fishman.
Also on Mrs. Lawrence's agenda
is a speech at Temple Beth
Sholom, Friday night, March n,
3t Formerly one of New York's
most prominent publicists and ad-
vertising executives, Mrs. Lawr-
ence retired from the commercial
world just before the war to de-
vote herself entirely to the needs
of Europe's stricken Jews and has
been a consistent volunteer in
behalf of the Joint Distribution
Committee.
A graduate of Smith College,
she has devoted a considerable
share of her time to little theatre
work. In addition, she is a house-
wife and the mother of a boy and
a girl. Her untiring efforts in be-
half of the United Jewish Ap-
peal have taken her into practical-
ly every nook and cranny of the
United States during the past four
years. .
Mrs. Lawrence is chairman oi
the International Women's Group
and member of the advisory board
of the New York City United
Jewish Appeal. ... ,..
Her studies of Jewish needs
overseas and her efforts to se-
cure as much help as possible for
the victims of Hitler have in-
vested Mrs. Lawrences reports
with unusual insight and author-
ity.
Women's Unit Active
Over $4,000 was pledged at a
brunch for Beach residents given
by the Women's Unit of the 1949
Combined Jewish Appeal last
Wednesday at the Monte Carlo
Hotel. This affair was under
the chairmanship of Mrs. Carl
Weinkle.
At a similar affair for town
residents held at the Westview
Country Club last Thursday over
$2,000 was pledged. This function
was under the supervision of Mrs.
Sylvia Chertkof.
According to Mrs. Milton Sir-
kin, chairman of the Women's
Unit, over $50,000 toward its
$188,000 goal has been raised by
the unit from the four affairs
which it has sponsored this year.
The unit will hold a tea Thurs-
day at the home of Mrs. Jack
Ablin, 6342 North Bay Rd.. Miami
Beach. Chairmen of this affair
will be Mrs. Leo Gerngross and
Mrs. Louis Altschul.
On Tuesday, March 15, the
Women's Unit will culminate its
series of affairs with a fashion
show and Purim party, which
will be under the chairmanship
of Mrs. Alexander Kogan.
All Jewish women's organiza-
tions have pledged their coopera-
tion to make this the outstanding
social affair of the season, Mrs.
Kogan reports.
$123,000 Pledged
$123,000 was pledged at a Win-
ter Residents dinner at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Katz,
5790 North Bay Road, Miami
Beach, Monday night. This re-
presents a 54% increase over con-
tributions made by the same
group last year.
Mme. Paulette Oppert was
guest speaker at the affair.
Mt. Sinai Elects
Nine New Trustees
The election of nine additional
members to the board of trustees
of Mt. Sinai Hospital took place
February 23 in accordance with
the by-laws of the Mt. Sinai Hos-
pital corporation, according to an
announcement by Max Orovitz,
president.
The new board members are:
Leonard L. Abess, Jack A. Ablin,
Leo Gerngross, Benjamin Kane,
Marcie Liberman, Stanley C.
Myers, Harry Sirkin, Herbert E.
Scher and Leonard Wien.
Those already serving on the
board are: Sam Blank, Mrs. Max
Dobrin* Sam Friendland, Moses
Ginsberg, Abraham Goodman, Dr.
Morris Goodman, J. Gerald Lewis,
Beron de Hirsch Meyer, Max
Orovitz. Dan Ruskin, Monte Selig,
Jacob Sher, William Singer Jos-
eph Stein, Arthur Ungar, Carl
Weinkle, Mitchell Wolfson and
Jacob Ziskind.
The Mt. Sinai officers report
that considerable progress has
been made in rehabilitating the
old Nautilus Hotel property at
4300 Alton Road and expect that
the 100-bed hospital will be ready
for occupancy in September or
October of this year.
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5ULTS OF GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION POPULATION SURVEY TO APPEAR NEXT WEEK
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PAGE TWO
fJenisiiftcricfiajn
FRIDAY, MARCH 4.
i ;
.


The present generation can
hardly picture Jewish life in the
early years of this century. Most
adults were immigrants, who
struggled fiercely to gain a foot-
hold in the new land. Next to
making a living, education was
the greatest need. And education
meant public school, sometimes
high school, and college for the
fortunate. The highest ambition
of any father was to see his son
a lawyer. The mother preferred a
doctor. But if. in addition, their
daughter could become a school
teacher, then the family attained
aristocracy.
The Old Rebbie
In the battle for economic com-
fietence and Americanization, re-
igious training of the child was
left to the Rebbie. This teacher of
Hebrew, usually a greenhorn, was
a Shlimiel generally unfit to make
a living other than as a Melamed.
No one inquired into his creden-
tials. His knowledge was limited
to slipshod reading of Hebrew
with an atrocious accent. His
translation of the Torah was
carried on in uncouth Yiddish, in-
terspersed with pidgin English.
Usually unsuccessful as a "cus-
tomer peddler," he carried a pack
on his shoulder and a Sidur in his
pocket. Between collecting and
canvassing, he could sandwich in
a Hebrew lesson to some unruly
urchin, who would leisurely stroll
in and dictate the number of
lines to be read for the remaining
half hour.
Needless to say, the entire gen-
eration would have been lost to
Jewish values were it not for the
efforts of a small band of devoted
teachers, in whom the fires of East
European Judaism burned with
fierce and holy flames. These
Maskilim were pioneers of the
new Ivrith; of proper grammatic
enunciation (dicduc). of the re-
fined Sephardic diction, of the
quickening influence of Zionism,
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of reverence for the Jewish past.
A new standard arose as a result
of their devotion. Theirs was a
labor of love. Yet they passed
awav unhonored. unwept, unsung.
American Jewish Leadership
Prosperity came with the First
World War. The pattern of Jewish
life changed as the center shifted.
It ceased to be East European; it
now became American. Suddenly,
the burdensome leadership of
world Jewry fell to the U. S. Year
after year. American Jews had
to provide sustenance for their
brethren, ravaged and left strand-
ed between two world wars. They
also had to direct the fight for
the Zionist cause. Today, leader-
ship in Jewish life is divided be-
tween the U. S. and Israel. He-
brew art, learning, science, and
secular culture will flow from
Medinns Israel. But due to a
strange paradox, the center of
Judaism will for a long time re-
main in the U. S.
How are American Jews
equipped to continue shouldering
the burden imposed by history?
Obviously Jewish education is a
prime requisite for American
youth. And such education is pos-
sible only through the unselfish
labors of a trained, idealistic, and
devoted band of instructors.
Happily, the old-fashioned Rebbie
has passed off the scene. But does
it follow that any shiftless dilet-
tante who has picked up convers-
ational Hebrew in the bars and
cafes of Tel Aviv can qualify to
teach simply because he or she
hails from the land of Israel?
The New Teacher
In the Talmud, the teacher is
honored as highly as the parent.
In Jewish life, he should rank
with the Rabbi, the Cantor, the
|social worker, the trained institu-
tional executive. It is his function
to plant in the child a craving for
knowledge, a respect for learning,
a veneration for Judaism .an ap-
preciation of the important role
his ancestors played in the reli-
gion, in the morality, in the cul-
ture of the world. The teacher
ought to be a person of education,
of character, of ideals. He must
bear a diploma attesting to his
training in an accredited school,
or a certificate issued by a na-
tional or local educational board
showing his qualifications. He
should continue his studies to
meet the changing conditions of
every generation. It is essential
that he gain the affection and
command the respect of his pupils.
One might ask how the pro-
fession can attract superior per-
sons, who possess a sense of ob-
ligation, of responsibility, of con-
secration to a task. The answer is
that fortunately there are people
who arc ready to dedicate their
lives for the service of their fel-
lowmen. Otherwise, there would
never have been progress, free-
dom, or justice in the world. But
a heavy responsibility rests upon
the community. Excellent ma-
terial can be obtained by paying
salaries that will enable teacher!,
to live decently and bring up
their families in a dignified and
wholesome atmosphere: by giving
them the honor due to a learned
and highly specialized profession;
bv insuring tenure of office ana
security in old age; by instilling
the same respect for the Hebrew
pedagogue that is accorded to the
public school teacher, to the senior
grade instructor, and to the col-
lege professor.
The Miami Manual
Recently the entire problem was
carefully studied by a committee
consisting of Dr. David Andron,
David Friedman. Abe P. Ganncs,
David R. Isen. Dr. Max Lipkind.
and Max Meissel. The result of
their findings was incorporated in
a report entitled Practices and
Standards for Teachers in Jewish
Schools in Greater Miami. It was
approved and formally adopted by
our Bureau of Jewish Education.
All American communities can
safely utilize these aims, rules,
principles and practices. If
earnestly adhered to. this manual
would raise the standard of Jew-
ish Education everywhere and as-
sist in preparing the coming gen-
erations for the task of maintain-
ing our leadership in World
Jewry.
l!<>2M*li L Present Old Films
The Charlie Chaplin comedy
classic. "The Immigrant" will be
featured in a full evening of old-
time movies and entertainment
presented by the Miami Beach
Lodge of B'nai B'nth at their next
meeting Wednesday at 8:15 p.m.
at the Jewish Center. 17th and
Washington Ave.
Outgoing president Harry Zuk-
ernick and president-elect, David
R. Isen have planned the program
for the women's chapter, which
has been invited as honored
guests of the evening.
In addition to the showing of
early comic films, card games and
refreshments will follow the brief
business session. Officers for 1949
will be elected, and reports will
be heard from Jules Channing,
recently appointed general chair-
man of the B'nai B'rith Council
annual benefit carnival. Jack J.
Gold, chairman of the lodge-
luncheon club committee, will ajso
give a report.
Two Races At Gulfstream
Park May Be Televized
Gulfstream Park may be the
first track in the Greater Miami
area to offer television programs,
if present plans are completed.
Station WTVJ has made prelimi-
nary surveys to determine the
possibility of televising two races
daily from the Hallandale course
during the track's March 4-April
19 season.
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Am*Ii Penios He
Will IM'mtI Faith
Sholem Asch, noted Jewish
novelist, last week-end issued a
statement at his home here deny-
ing a published report that he is
contemplating embracing the
Catholic religion. His statement
reads as follows:
"Such rumors, as the one ap-
pearing in Irving Kupcinet's
column this morning, have no
foundation of fact and are cir-
culated, in my opinion, by enmies
who wish to destroy my reputa-
tion with the Jewish people who
have my permanent and unswerv-
ing devotion. I have never con-
sidered deserting the faith of my
fathers and I never intend to do
so.
"My books have made enemies
in some quarters because I have
chosen to write, on occasion, about
a Christian subjects. But I have
shown how deeply rooted Chris-
tianity is in Jewish history, Jew-
ish religion. And it has been my'
intentions to demonstrate the in-
ter-dependenee of the two faiths
in the hope that mutual under-
standing might lead to a better
world."
J949
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With the end of basketball
tournaments at the Miami YMHA
the athletic program will now
feature adult co-educational acti
vities. including calisthenics, new
comball, volleyball, badminton
and group games each Wednesday
evening, following junior varsitv
basketball practice. A bov-eirl
team volleyball league for young
teen-agers will be held each
Thursday evening.
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+Jenist Fhridian
PAGE THREE
Dr. Chaim Weizmann Sworn in As First Israeli President
JERUSALEM. (JTA)-In the
most improve ceremony in the
L 2 000 vears of Jewish history,
Dr Chaim Weizmann was this
Ik sworn m as tne mst Presi-
S,Vf he State of Israel. Thous-
ands of cheering men, women and
soldiers and civilians,
Sd the streets of this city as the
Met Zionist statesman took his
oath of office in the temporary
nTtine hall of the Israeli Con-
SSSt Assembly. Dr. Weiz-
rnann's election took place in the
rtrlv hours of the morning.
At 8 a m. local time a delega-
tion of 12 Assembly members, re-
nresenting every shade of opinion
and partv-except the Heruth and
the Communists, but including
Muchamed Elsabi Said Eldin, an
Arab Assembly memberpro-
ceeded to Rehovoth to inform Dr.
Weizmann that he had been elect-
ed Israel's chief of state.
Receiving the delegation, Dr.
Weizmann said: "You bring me
the highest possible human honor,
but my days decline and my
health fails and I do not know
whether I will be able to bear such
a great responsibility, but one
promise I cue youI will not
spare myself to fulfill my obliga-
tions." The President then shook
hands with each member of the
delegation.
The Presidential party proceed-
ed to Jerusalem under strong mil-
itary escort and was preceded by
an Army motorcycle unit. At
Motza. throe miles from the Holy
City, shouting crowds began to
line the road for a glimpse of the
President. The procession stopped
outside a specially-erected "Gate
of Honor"' where Jerusalem Mayor
Daniel Auster welcomed Dr. Weiz-
mann.
Auster handed Dr. Weizmann a
pair of scissors which the Presi-
dent used to cut a ribbon in front
of the gate, symbolizing the re-
uniting of Jerusalem with the
rest of Israel. The procession
stopped in front of the Jewish
Agency headquarters here. Dr.
Weizmar.n was accompanied by
bh o Inspector-General
Yechezkicl Sacher and the Chief
of Protocol. He inspected a guard
of honor made up of units of the
Army, Navy, Air Force and Wom-
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band then played Hatikvah and
President Weizmann and his party
entered the Assembly hall in the
Agency building.
The Shofar was blown and
flashbulbs exploded as Dr. Weiz-
mann slowly entered the Assem-
bly hall and took his seat. Joseph
Sprinzak, Speaker of the Assem-
bly, then rose and declared: "My
President, we now proceed to
swear thee in. I will now read the
text of the oath to thee."
Weizmann stood up and raised
a trembling right hand and re-
peated: "I, Chaim Ben Ozer Weiz-
mann, as President of the state,
swear allegiance to the state of
Israel and its laws." Rabbi I.
Zwebner, a member of the As-
sembly, then pronounced the
traditional "Shehecheyanu" bless-
ing and Sprinzak exclaimed to the
Constituent Assembly: "Long live
the President!"
The Assembly cheered for sev-
eral minutes when Weizmann de-
clared: "From a heart's depth full
of joy and thrill and responsibili-
ty, I thank you for the honor of
electing me as the first President
of Israel. With all my heart and
strength I will endeavor to fulfill
my lofty assignment for the bene-
fit of my brethren and for all the
inhabitants of the country and to
raise the prestige of our state.
"Great is the task entrusted
me," the President continued. "I
am only flesh and blood and may
God forbid that I fail in my needs,
but do not regard me as an in-
tentional sinner. This is a great
hour in my life. I send blessings
to all the inhabitants of the coun-
try and to the Jewish people
throughout the world I know that
anything done, or anything not
done, will bring light or shadow
to our entire nation. I am aware
of the burden of responsibility
which I now enter in fulfilling my
duties as President."
The only sounds heard during
the speech were Dr. Weizmann's
voice and the noise of movie
cameras filming the Presidential
inauguration. The members of the
Assembly burst into applause
when he wished Provisional Pre-
mier David Ben Gurionwho was
absent from the proceedings on
account of illnessa speedy re-
covery.
After his address. Dr. Weiz-
mann shook hands with most As-
sembly membersone of the first
being Muchammed Edin Seif, an
Arab. Accompanied by his Army
escort, he went from the Assembly
hall to the Hotel Eden for rest
and a brief luncheon before re-
turning to Rehovoth.
Twenty-one gun salutes were
fired throughout Israel while Dr.
Weizmann was being sworn in.
After the inauguration, members
of the Assembly were tendered a
recent ion by the Jerusalem muni-
cipality.
Dr. Weizmann was elected on
the first ballot after midnight by
a vote of 83 to 15 for Prof. Joseph
Klausner, who was nominated by
the Heruth. Fifteen Assembly
members abstained from voting
while one ballot was declared in-
valid. In addition, six Assembly
members were not present at the
session. Four of the latter were
out of the country.
Before the voting, which was
conducted by secret ballot, Eliezer
Prai, representing Mapam, said
that members of his party would
cast their votes for Dr. Weizmann
because of "his glorious past and
his achievements and services for
Zionism. Our voting for Dr. Weiz-
mann does not mean that we sup-
port his political line."
M. Ben Eliezer, speaking for
the Heruth. said that his party
representatives would vote
against Dr. Weizmann because of
"his treacherous defeatist policy.
Speaking for the Sternists in the
Assembly, Nathan Friedman-
Yellin declared that he would not
vote for him because Dr. Weiz-
mann "is too old to lead the na-
tion and although he was yester-
day's great teacher, he is today a
small pupil." L. Wilber. Commun-
ist delegate, expressed oposition
to both Weizmann and Klausner,
because "they represent Ameri-
can imperialism."
Just prior to the election. Rabbi
Meir Berlin, world Mizrachi lead-
er, withdrew his candidacy but
demanded, on behalf of the Re-
ligious Bloc, that Dr. Weizmann
be sworn in by Israeli Chief Rab-
bi Isaac Herzog to demonstrate
the Jewish state's adherence to
religion.
Earlier, by an overwhelming
majority, the Assemly approved
a transitional law for Israel to be
known as a "Little Constitution."
One of the clauses includes a pro-
vision that the "President must
sign every law except those deal-
ing with his prerogatives."
Menachem Beigin had proposed
that the Israeli President's oath
be an expression of allegiance not
only to Israel but also to the
"Jewish people." but his motion
was defeated. Another proposal
by Beigin called for the immedi-
ate transfer of the Israeli govern-
ment to Jerusalem. This motion,
too. was defeated.
Sholem Lodge Will
Hear Rabbi Kronish
A program in observance of
Brotherhood Week will be spon-
sored by Sholem Lodge B'nai
B'rith at their regular monthly
meeting Tuesday at Temple Is-
rael. 137 N.E. 19th St.
Rabbi Leon Kronish of Temple
Beth Sholom, recently returned
from a trip to Israel, will be the
featured speaker on the subject,
"Brotherhood in Action The
Arab in Israel." Rabbi Kronish
will tell of his first-hand observa-
tions of the inter-relationship be-
tween Arab and Jew in the new
state of Israel. Upon conclusion of
his talk, the Rabbi will answer
questions from the audience re-
West Miami Group Will
Sponsor Purim Ball
The West Miami Jewish Center
will sponsor a Purim ball Satur-
day, March 19. at 8 p.m. at the
Coral Gables Woman's Club.
An orchestra will provide music
for dancing and a Queen Esther
contest will be held.
Tickets are one dollar and pro-
ceeds will be used to make up
the organization's part of the de-
ficit of the United Jewish School.
Reservations may be made by
calling Mrs. Harry Klein, ticket
chairman, at 4-4356.
Next meeting of the group will
take place Wednesday evening at
8 o'clock at 1000 S.W. 67th Ave.
(rear of Silo's Sundry Store).
Saul von Zamst will be guest
speaker and refreshments will be
served.
Benefit Purim Party
A Purim party for the benefit
of the Yeshiveth Rabbi Cook of
Jerusalem Bnai Brock Israel will
be held Tuesday, March 8, at 2
p.m. at Beth Jacob Svnagogue.
garding the inter-racial tensions i Several pr0minent cantors and
lnJl?r j .u 'speakers will appear on the pro-
reSn^Se? *& I "am. Admi ill be 50 cents,
will present Rabbi Kronish to the
Sholem Lodge audience for tl^e
first time.
The lodge will hold its annual
election of officers. Sholem wom-
en will meet in a brief business
session in the same hall prior to
the program and will join the
men's lodge to hear the address
by Rabbi Kronish. A report will
be heard by E. Albert Pallot.
president of the Greater Miami
B'nai B'rith Council on the ADL
Institute to be sponsored by B'nai
B'rith on Sunday. March 13, at
the Roney Plaza Hotel.
County Fair Will
Open Tonight
Dade county's fourth annual
fair, sponsored by Mahi Shrine
Temple in conjunction with the
Dade County Commission and the
State Department of Agriculture,
will open tonight at 7 p.m. at the
circus grounds, N.W. 8th Ave. and
28th St.
More than 500 industrial, agri-
cultural and educational exhibits
will be featured, together with
James E. Strates" midway of rides
and amusements.
With the theme "Know South
Florida." Robin B. Mulloy. chair-
man of the event, said the purpose
of this year's fair will be to ac-
quaint Miamians and winter visi-
tors with activities in South Flor-
ida's schools, farming areas and
industries. Mulloy said particular
emphasis will be placed on the
wealth of South Florida's back
countryfruit, vegetables, cattle
and poultry.
The fair is expected to be the
largest ever staged here with the
former Redland District Tropical
Fruit and Vegetable festival be-
coming a division of this year's
event.
More than S8.000 in preiums
will be offered exhibitors at the
fair.
Free entertainment will be held
dailv at 4 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. The
Skyking who performs 125 feet
in the air, the aerial Vesses and
a comedy team will be featured.
The fair will be open daily from
2 p.m. until midnight.___________
Dr. Hoffman Speaks
"Sex and Psychology" was I
the topic of Dr. Richard Hoffman's
discussion Sunday evening at 8:30
at the American Veteran's Com-
mittee Freedom House, 3323 Col-
lins Ave., Miami Beach. Dr. Hoff-
man, a neurologist and a psy-
chiatrist, has appeared on the
radio program "Author Meets the
Critics" and is the author of the
"History of Medicine." In addi-
tion, he is well known to radio
audiences for his appearances on
the A. L. Alexander Mediation
Board radio program.
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EDITORIAL
The Armistice
The short history of Israel has been replete
with drama and significant events which have
been crowding upon each other ever since the
inception of the new state a bare nine months ago.
But the red-letter day marking the signing of the
armistice agreement with Egypt will remain as
one of the most significant in the history of Israel
throughout the ages. The day the agreement was
signed marked not only Arab recognition of Is-
rael's military victory but recognition of Israel's
actual and political existence. What is more, it
marked the collapse of a fiction that the Arab
states would never yield and that peace would
not perch on the Holy Land as long as there was
a Jewish state. Now that the fiction has been
pierced the claim of Jewish leadership that a
peaceful solution was possible if there had been
no pressure from without has been vindicated.
Had the men who did not know the Arab world
as well as did the leaders in Israel been willing
to listen, much bloodshed, death, destruction and
animosity would have been averted.
The U.N. and its acting Mediator Dr. Bunche
have doubtlessly played a great role in bringing
the parties together. But in the end it was not only
Israel's victory on the field of battle that led to
the armistice, but the recognition in the Arab
states that it was evil counsel they were follow-
ing when they engaged in a war for which they
lacked heart and arms.
The Israeli-Egyptian armistice opens a new
chapter in the Middle East. Time and tide will
sweep away the hatreds which have been en-
gendered by the war and both peoples will
demonstrate that they can live in amity and
peace and security. True, the rest of the Arab
states have not yet followed in the footsteps of
Egypt. But that is a course they cannot escape.
Their path is one made by history. They have no
other alternative.
In the days when the war was raging at its
Let's Sign It Together
heights and when the fortunes of battle were
wavering, the men who led Israel's military
destiny showed their true mettle. When the poli-
tical war was raging and when hostile statesmen
and powers were using every means at their
disposal to slay Israel with political weapons, the
men who led Israel's political destiny showed their
mettle. The genius that is Israel will bring tran-
quillity, and bread and security and blessing to a
neglected area of the world when peace comes
marching in the land.
A People99 Partnership
Community safeguards depend upon a united
people. Especially in time of disaster efficient
functioning is necessary if lives are to be saved
and the injured and homeless given practical aid
That is why an organization such as the American
National Red Cross is necessary. Haphazard
planning won't do. People must know where to
turn, how to coordinate their efforts to help.
The Red Cross was able to coordinate the
services of civic groups last year when more than
300 disasters struck in widely separted communi-
ties. Vanport, Oreg., New Orleans, La., Coates-
ville, Ind., Greensboro, N. C, Bonne Terre, Mo.,
are many miles apart, but in each case the
peculiar catastrophe that attacked these places
was met by organized response.
All Red Cross work is divided between com-
munity volunteers and a full-time staff. Whether
the work is educational and preventive, such as
first aid, water safety, accident prevention, home
nursing, nutrition; or remedial, such as aid to
veterans, servicemen, and civilians, both hospital-
ized and able-bodied, the Red Cross counts on
community cooperation.
The growing Red Cross National Blood Program
particularly demonstrates the need for partner-
ship that makes service possible. So far approxi-
mately 64,000 persons have offered to donate
blood in this peacetime progrom, and blood has
been distributed to more than 350 hospitals.
Let us continue to have faith in this people's
partnership to the end that we will contribute our
money, our time, and our moral support to make
the 1949 Red Cross fund campaign a success. The
month of solicitation is March. The service is
year-round.

To Meet At Astor
A meeting of the Greater Mi-
ami Mizrachi Organization will be
held tomorrow evening at 8:30 at
the Astor Hotel, 10th St. and
Washington Ave., Miami Beach,
according to an announcement by
Rabbi Isaac H. Ever, newly elect-
ed president.
Election of officers to fill the
posts of vice presidents, treasurer,
financial secretary, membership
chairman and board of directors
will be held and plans for a gen-
eral membership drive will be
formulated.
Histadruth To Meet
The Rev. M. Emanuel will lead
discussion at the meeting of the
Histadruth L'tarbut Ivrith, the
Hebrew Organization of Greater
Miami, to be held Sunday after-
noon from 3 to 5 in the patio of
the Spinoza Forum, 124 11th St..
Miami Beach. William Agranove
has announced.
All persons interested in He-
brew are invited to attend.
Uri Frankel To Conduct
Beth Tfilah Services
Uri Frankel, well known Euro-
pean Cantor, will be presented by
Congregation Beth Tfilah. 935 Eu-
clid Ave., at services tonight at 6
o'clock and tomorrow morning at
8:30. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
will address the congregation dur-
ing the morning services. Tickets
for the two appearances of Cantor
Frankel may be obtained for one
dollar at the office of the syna-
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Dr. Clinchy Will
Speak At Temple
Israel Tonight
Dr. Everett R. Clinchy. presi-
dent of the National Conference
of Christians and Jews, will speak
on "Can Brotherhood Be Learn-
ed?" at Temple Israel services to-
night at 8:15.
Dr. Clinchy, who has held this
office since the organization's
founding in 1928 by Charles Evans
Hughes, Newton D. Baker and S.
Parkes Cadman, has witnessed,
and contributed to, the growth of
the conference from a small of-
fice with an assistant and an
annual budget of a few thousand
dollars to 60 offices throughout
the United States with 200 full
time employees and an annual
budget of $2,000,000.
Miami Law Firm
Announces Dissolution
Milton R. Wasman, Max R. Sil-
ver and Theodore J. Sakowitz
announce dissolution of the part-
nership firm of Wasman, Silver
& Sakowitz, as of February 28,
1949.
Milton R. Wasman. Max R. Sil-
ver and Theodore J. Sakowitz
will continue and maintain their
individual practices in suite 922
Seybold Building, Miami, and
their telephone number wil re-
main 9-1659.
FRED K. SHOCHET
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Telephones 2-11412-8212
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Volume 22 Number 9
FRIDAY, MARCH 4. 1949
ADAR 3, 5709
Bnei Akiva Elects
Permanent Officers
Bnei Akiva, religious Zionist
youth organization of Hapoel Miz-
rachi, elected permanent officers
last week after receiving recogni-
tion as a chapter from the na-
tional office in New York.
Temporary President Moshe
Grundwerg turned over the chair
to newly elected Morton Roser-
baum. Other officers are Marvin
Zalis. vice president; Ruth Saal.
recording secretary; Arline Hynes,
corresponding secretary; Bobbie
Lauer, treasurer.
The organization will meet Sun-
day evening at 7:30 at the home
of Ruth Saal, 1500 S.W. 12th Ave.
The program will include a de-
bate on the subject: "Resolved:
Non-Kosher Meat Shall Be Im-
ported Into Israel." Frank Hay-
man will serve as chairman. Af-
firmative speakers will be Eddie
Zalis and Alice Umans. Arline
Hynes and Marvin Zalis will take
the negative point of view.
Speech And Hearing
Center To Open Sunday
The Miami Speech and Hearing
Center announces its opening
Sunday. The center is located in
the Physicians Building. N. Bay-
shore Dr. at Venetian Causeway.
The Speech and Hearing Cen-
ter is organized to diagnose and
treat all types of speech and hear-
ing defects. Dr. Simon M. Hor-
stick, Ph.D., is director of the
center. Mrs. Nathaniel M. Levin
is associate director and Dr. Na-
thaniel M. Levin, consultant in
ear, nose and throat. There will
be a consulting staff of specialists
in the treatment of speech defects.
New Location Of Yeshiva
Office Is Announced
Rabbi Isaac H. Ever, southeast-
ern director of Yeshiva Universi-
ty, has announced the removal of
his office from 1416 Pennsylvania
Ave., Miami Beach, to 235 Lincoln
Road. New telephone number is
58-4142.
A $100,000 fund-raising drive
will be launched by the university
in this area immediately follow-
ing the drive now being con-
ducted by the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation, according to Rabbi
Ever.
Beach VFW Will
Start New Home
Cornerstone for the new home
of the Miami Beach Veterans of
Foreign Wars. Posts 3559, at 650
West Ave. will be laid by Mayor
Marcie Liberman at 3 p.m. Sun-
day.
Speakers scheduled to speak at
the ceremony will be Col. Charles
G. Mettler, USA (ret.); Lt. Col.
Arthur Fisher, Marine Corps;
Comdr. Charles M. Ervan, USN;
Lt. Col. Charles J. Kelly, Florida
National Guard; Capt. Thomas A.
Murphy, Army recruiting officer
for South Florida, and Capt. Jack
Fuss, USAAF.
At 8 p.m. Sunday the post will
give a dance at Miami Beach Elks
Club, 720 West Ave.
Miamiaiis Will
Attend Parley
Southern members of Junior
Hadassah and the Intercollegiate
Zionist Federation of America will
gather on Jekyll Island State
Park, Ga., this weekend to attend
their anual spring institute. Ap-
proximately 100 persons are ex-
pected to participate in the pro-
gram which will include services
mouies, workshop sessions, dis-
cussions, folk dancing, sports and
recreation, Israel, singing, and an
Oneg Shabbat.
Members of the young adult
Zionist groups in Miami and Mi-
ami Beach who are expected to
attend are: Florence Abramson,
Bernice Dogoloff, Lee Friedman
Shirley Friedman, Libby Hoch-
man, Murray Levins, Sam Le-
vine, Ted Nelson, Jean Novel
Doris Pardo, Joseph Pardo, Fred
Rosen, Rita Rosenberg. Harold G
Shapiro, Lillian Schachter and
Miriam Scheinberg.
Mme. Oppert To Speak
Mme. Paulette Oppert, leader in
the wartime French underground
resistance, former head nurse of
a hospital for wounded soldiers
and director of the Maison d'En-
tants for orphaned Jewish chil-
i .en,w-,i1 be guest speaker at the
late Friday night forum at Con-
gregation Beth El tonight at 8 30
Zionist Luncheon To
Hear Dr. Gottschall
In observance of the spirit of
Brotherhood Week, which was re-
cently conducted throughout the
country, Andrew W. Gottschall,
Florida regional director of the
National Conference of Christians
and Jews, will be featured speak-
er at the luncheon club meeting
of the Miami Beach Zionist Dis-
trict to be held Wednesday at
12:15 p.m. at the National Hotel.
Toastmaster will be local at-
torney, Harold Shapiro, who has
on numerous occasions spoken on
the radio program of the Miami
Round Table of the National Con-
ference of Christians and Jews.
Guest of honor will be past
president of the district, Jack D.
Burris, in recognition of his "out-
standing service to Zionism."
Rabbi Shapiro To
Speak To Masada
Rabbi Max Shapiro will speak
at the next meeting of the Miami
Beach Chapter of Masada to be
held Thursday at 8:30 p.m. at the
Miami Beach Jewish Center, 1415
Euclid Ave., according to an an-
nouncement by Harold George
Shapiro, program chairman.
Rabbi Shapiro's talk will be
based upon his observations in
Israel and will contain a message
to the young men and women of
the community informing them
now they may best participate in
the rebirth of the young nation.
Following the meeting a social
hour with singing of Israel songs
will take place. Refreshments will
bo served by the refreshment
committee, headed by Bernice
Dogaloff.
The public is invited to attend.
Beach B'nai B'rith Unit
Meets At Monte Carlo
A business meeting was held
by the Miami Beach Chapter of
B'nai B'rith Women yesterday
afternoon at the Mont* Carlo
Hotel.
A guest speaker from the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation ad-
dressed the group.
Mrs. Harold Turk, chapter
firesident. has announced that a
uncheon meeting will be held
the latter part of the month.
Refreshments were served by
Mrs. Dave Alper, hospitality
chairman.
Rabbi Raab To Speak At
Palm Beach Jr. College
Rabbi David Raab. spiritual
leader of Temple Isaiah, will
represent the Jewish Chautauqua
Society as lecturer at Palm Beach
Junior College, West Palm Beach,
today. _____
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Mrs. Hirsch Announces
Purim Festival Workers
u, IrviM Hirsch. chairman of
v purim iestival to be spon-
Sl/S the Miami Ladies Auxil-
f^tothe Jewish Home for the
^ed on Saturday, March 12, at
Rom m the Grossinger-Pancoast
K Miami Beach, has an-
M .,-< t it the following ladies
noun; : wlth the affair: the
2*2 Iney Covner. Samuel
I;.V: :.:.,x::n Hershey. Nat E.
Katz Harry Shargaa, Miriam
*%^J2F* the festival
jfJK and Bert Acker will
corve as masters of ceremonies
se'. oeting to discuss the
MMuit will be held Tuesday at 1
nTat Temple Beth El, 500 S.W.
17th Avo Mrs. Etha Beck, presi-
dent, has announced.
tfo. Shore Lodge
To Meet Monday
Arc We Prejudiced?" will be
the subject of a round-table dis-
cussion sponsored by the North
Shore Ledge and Women's Chap-
ter of B'nai B'rith Monday at
8 15 p.m. in the patio of Temple
Beth Shol m.
par ting in the program
will be Abe Aronovitz, Harry
fKmonhoff and George J. Talian-
off.
The i vt-nmg has been ar-
ranged by Mrs. Melvin Richard
and Leonard Tobin. program
chairmen of the two B'nai B'rith
units
Presidi nta Mrs. Stanley Phillips
and A J Kaplan, will preside
ard a question period will follow
the ; 1 talks. Women's ad-
book.- :ttees will be expect-
ed to report their final results
at this :; eeting, it has been an-
nounced bv Mrs. Malcolm First.
Refreshments will be served, and
memo* rs of the North Shore com-
rr.ur.:-; are invited to attend.
Pledge Luncheons
Set For Taesdav
The National Council of Jewish
Women has selected Tuesday at
1 o'clock for its annual pledge
luncheon. At this time approxi-
mately fifty hostesses and co-
hostesses will open their homes
to the membership ar.d their
guests in Miami and Miami Beach.
Proceeds from these luncheons
will be used for the organization's
overseas projects such as scholar-
ships to students overseas, as well
as the maintenance Homes for
Girls in Paris and Athens.
General chairman of the event
is Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis. Co-chair-
men are the Mesdames Leo Ack-
erman, Meyer I. Block, Herbert
E. Kaufman and Nat L. Williams.
Reservations for luncheon may be
made by phoning any of" the
above.
Following are a few of the
women who will give luncheons
in their homes: the Mesdames
David Catsman. Aaron Kanner,
Leon Kaplan. Herbert E. Kauf-
man. Leonard Beldner and Milton
Friedman. Mrs. Isadore Cohen
and Mrs. Harry Wohl will laso
serve as hostesses.
North Beach Zionists To
Meet At Beth Sholom
Ai'red Stone, president of the
Miami Beach Zionist District, has
announced that there will be a
meeting of the North Beach Area
of the district at Temple Beth
S.-.olom. Wednesday at 8:30 p.m.
After a short business meeting,
the group will jo:r. with the
Adult Institute of Jewish Studies
currently being conducted by
Temple Beth Sholom. to hear
Rabbi Leon Kronish speak on
"The Foreign Policy of Israel."
Rabbi Kro.-ush a.;:. In con-ec-
tion with h:s lecture, present
Twelve T:.~s-.:.- n Israel," the
first of a se.-iei which are being
prepared on Jewish life :.-. Amer-
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
F"". DADE l_'NTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY. No 12I7;*.
HERMAN REUBEN ROSENZWEIG,
Plaintiff, vs. DEB'JRAH RUSK IN
H -TNZWKM. Defendant
DEBORAH RUSKIN ROSENZ-
' I '- rge Street, New Haven.
ire notified to file your
e .n the above cause" for
*. rce on the 4th day of April AD.
' lerwtee decree pro confesso
"red againat )
I Dated this 1st day of March. A D.
:
E E LEATHERMAN Ork.
irt Seal]
By M C FEIOE,
Dei -'.
MILT- >N A FRIEDMAN
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Florid.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No.
FLE'atA PENDER. Plaintiff, vs.
LAWRENCE JOHN PENDER. De-
fendant.
To: Lawrence John Pender
c o Schrievera. Main Street
Rockland County
New City. New Y^rk
You are hereby required t" file an
appearance in the above action (or
divorce on or before the 1st day of
*-*-'! 'Q40 itherw*** j\a--*> Pro
Confeseo wttl be entered arainst you.
J.'at E B LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Semi)
By R. H RICE, JR..
Deputy Clerk.
HAROLD SHAPIRO
Attorney for Plaintiff
?:: Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fla
t -11-lf -2~
LEGAL NOTICE
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
1219:2.
ANNA SKDLACEK. Plaintiff.
JOSEPH S*EDLACEK. Defendant.
YOU. JOSEPH SEDLACEK. I0C3
Bas>et Avenue, Bronx, New York, are
notified to file your Appearance In
the above cause for Divorce, on or
before the 4th day of April. 1949. or
a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered
against you.
DATED: This 2nd day of March.
AD. 1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIOE.
Deputy Clerk.
WASMAN. SILVER A SAKOW1TZ
Attorneys for Plaintiff
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TOMORROW AT 9 A. M.
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FRIDAY, MARCH 4.

I
Rabbi Zwitman Awarded Citation
At Annual Brotherhood Banquet
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman.
spiritual leader of Temple Israel,
was one of three Miamians to re-
ceive citations for "distinguished
services for bettering human re-
lations" from the Miami Round
Table of the National Conference
of Christians and Jews at the or-
ganization's annual Brotherhood
banquet held at the Miami Wom-
an's Club last week.
Printed below is the address
which the rabbi made at the ban-
quet:
"WHAT GOOD GOOD-WILL"
I like the slogan of the National
Council of Christians and Jews
because it is realistic"To make
ance" is fast being replaced by
ideals of "equality." My favorite
example of social hypocrisy in the
field of so-called "tolerance" is
the story of the Italian and the
Irishman who come before a
judge. The Italian has a black
eye and the judge inquires how
this all happened. The Irishman
answered, "You see you honor,
this man and I were arguing about
the Jews, I said they were won-
derful people and he said they
were no good, and we kept argu-
ing and arguing"the judge in-
IEADING NEGRO EDUCATOR JOINS
FACULTY OF YESHIVA UNIVERSITY'S
SCHOOL OF EDUCATION AND
COMMUNITY ADMINISTRATION
America safe for Religious differ- "jected an opinion saying: "Well,
if vou were both arguing, there
ences"is their motto. Not to
steam-roller the different faiths
into uniformity but, to allow for
each one's varied role in the crea-
tion of the harmony which can
result when each member of the
religious symphony contributes
his particular and individual part
to the Major Opus which is
America.
It is necessary to be realistic
and realize that "The Good Will
Movement" is fighting an uphill
fight against human pettiness and
narrow prejudices.
Psychologically it has been
proven that in Nature as well as
in Human Nature there is "A dis-
like for the unlike." Any group
that dares be different even in a
democracy is marked for discrim-
ination.
Economically the standard of
living in a particular country de-
termines the amount of economic
discrimination. I think that the
following parable is a classic il-
lustration of my statement:
On a certain island in the Paci-
fic the ideals of brotherhood and
good will are ideally practiced.
was no need for getting violent
and giving him a black eye."
"You see, your honor," ans%vered
the Irishman, "we were arguing
about my friends the Jews, I said j
they were good, he said they were j
no good, but, when he finally said j
to me that I like the Jews so |
much. I must be one of them. I!
hauled off a haymaker and socked ;
him."
Many are the limitations of
good-will in practice, and we must
not be discouraged nor be dis-
mayed by the stumbling blocks on
the road to brotherhood. Shining
as a beacon for guidance is this
ideal, best expressed by poet
Markham's words:
The crest and crowning of all good
Life's final star is brotherhood
For it will bring again to earth
Her long lost poesy and mirth
Will send new light on every face
A great power upon the human
race
And till it comes we men are
slaves
And travel downward to the dust
of graves.
When a stranger comes to that Come clear the way, then, clear
island and the crop that year is
good, the natives eat the crop and
give some of it to the stranger.
But. on a year when the crop is
very bad the natives eat the
stranger. History is replete with
many examples where when eco-
nomically the books of a nation
are in the red, the minority in its
midst sees black.
Socially there are also limita-
tions, and namby-pamby "Toler-
the way-
Blind creeds and tyrants have had
their day
Break the dead branches from the
path
Our hope is in the afthermath
Our hope is in heroic man,God
led to build the world again
To this event the ages ran, make
way for
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B'nai B'rith Luncheon
Group Meets Tuesdays
Weekly luncheon meetings of
the Miami Beach Lodge B'nai
B'rith are now being held every
Tuesday at 12:15 p.m. at Ham-
burger Health Restaurant, 15th
and Washington Ave., Jack Gold,
luncheon chairman, has an-
nounced.
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Mark Harris Tanenbaum, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Tanenbaum,
1361 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach,
will become Bar Mitzvah tomor-
row morning at 10:30 at Temple
Beth Sholom.
Mark is an eighth grade .student
at Miami Beach Junior High
school and a member of the school
band.
A reception will follow the cere-
monies. Relatives and friends are
invited to attend.
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Alan T. Olkes To
Become Bar Mitzvah
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Olkes, 1744
S.W. 15th Terr., announce the Bar
Mitzvah of then- son, Alan
Thomas, to be held tomorrow
morning at 10:30 at the Congrega-
tion Beth El. 500 S.W. 17th Ave.
A reception will follow the
ceremonies and the Bar Mitzvah
will be honored at an open house
at his parents' home Sunday after-
noon.
Friends and relatives are in-
vited to attend.
Alan is a student at Shenan-
doah Junior High and a member
of the school band and Boy Scout
Troop No. 85.
ItVili i:i To Hold
Purim Affair
Plans have been completed for
the Purim ball to be sponsored by
Congregation Beth El Sunday at
8 p.m. at the Dora August Mem-
orial Hall, 500 S.W. 17th Ave.,
Mr.s. Eugene Schwartz, has an-
nounced.
Highlight of the evening will
be the coronation of the contest-
ant turning in the greatest num-
ber of ballots as Queen Esther.
The two runners-up will serve as
her ladies-in-waiting.
Entertainment will include
dancing, card games, man jong
and a floor show. Refreshments
will be served.
All candidates for queen are
asked to have their ballots and
moneys at the synagogue office
no later than tomorrow night so
that their votes can be credited
to them.
Simonhoff To Speak
Harry Simonhoff will speak on
"Israel and American Jewry" at
services of the Coral Gables Jew-
ish Center tonight at 8:05 at Pratt
General Hospital.
Cantor Joseph Malek, director
of the center, will chant the
liturgical music and Mrs. L. V.
Beck will bless the Sabbath
candles.
,/ -me u iiPikm POINTS'/
I .:',-_
(-now n.| Cantor
To Conduct Beth
Jacob Services
Cantor Moshe Kusevitsky, one
of the world's most renowned
liturgical singers, will conduct
services this evening at 5:45 and
tomorrow morning at 9 at Con-
gregation Beth Jacob.
Cantor Kusevitsky, is one of
the last representatives of the
"Cantorial Golden Age," a sur-
vivor of or.e of the great Jewish
cultural centers in Europe.
Chosen at the age of 28 to suc-
ceed world famous aging Cantor
Sirota, cantor of Warsaw, Kuse-
vitsky was well on his way to-
wards an international concert
and operatic career. He was se-
lected by the Congress of Cantors
out of 200 contestants for the
position. The first to be heard, he
made such an impression upon
his listeners that he was asked to
sing again at the conclusion of
tin auditions and was given the
coveted cantorship which he held
until the outbreak of the war.
In this capacity, he made tours'
of the capitals of Europe and was
acclaimed everywhere.
When the Nazis occupied War-
saw. Kusevitsky was arrested by
the Gestapo and was at first re-
ported dead. He was miraculously
rescued and escaped to England.
In 1947 he came to America
and presented a concert in Car-
negie Hall. He appeared there
again last November. After his
performance there, Noel Strauss
of the New York Times wrote:
"He is the possessor of the out-
standing tenor voice of our time."
Tickets for the services air
available at the Beth Jacob office
and in all the Kosher hotels.
Carl Weinkles Celebrate
Twenty-fifth Anniversary
The 25th wedding anniversary
of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weinkle was
celebrated at a dinner-dance Wed-
nesday night at the Westview
Country Club.
A special feature of the affair
was the presentation to guesta of
white and silver memento pro-
grams which contained songs
especially written for the occa-
sion.
Blank .loins last
Of Variety Show
Latest addition to the Miami Y
Variety Show, according to Abe
Aronovitz, chairman, is Sam
Blank, noted communal leader.
Rehearsals are now being held
every Monday and Thursday eve-
ning at the Miami Y. Betty Ward,
coach of the music and dancing
features of the show, has issued
a call for a chorus line of men
and women regardless of age to
(nine to the Miami Y next Mon-
day night.
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37th Ave., will become the bride
of Guy Goldsmith, son of
Mrs. Dorothy Goldsmith, on
Sunday at 4:30, with Dr. Jacob
H. Kaplan officiating. The wed-
ding will take place at the home
of the bride's uncle and aunt, Mr.
and Mrs. I. Wilck, 1200 S.W. 23rd
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Sunday, March 13
Ground-breaking ceremonies on
the new site of Beth David Syna-
gogue at S.W. 3rd Ave. and 26th
Road will be held Sunday, March
13, at 4 p.m.
Mayor Robert L. Floyd of Mi-
ami and other local dignitaries
will participate in the program.
Also slated to appear are the can-
tors and rabbis of the area. It is
expected that a nationally kr.own
figure in the public life of Amer-
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occasion.
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WASHINGTON, (JTA) A
group libel law that would make
it illegal to ship between states,
import into the United States or
mail any printed or mimeographed
material designed to stir up racial
or religious hatred was intro-
duced in the House last week by
a bi-partisan group of five Repre-
sentatives.
Co-sponsored by Representa-
tives Jacob K. Javits, Arthur G.
Klein, Kenneth B. Keating, Wil-
liam L. Dawson and Eugene L.
Keogh, the measure is based on a
study conducted by the American
Jewish Congress.
The bill makes it unlawful for
any person "with intent to create
ill will against a racial or re-
ligious group within the United
States or anv of its territories
knowingly" to bring into the
country or disseminate by mail or
by common carrier any printed or
mimeographed material identify-
ing any-person or group with his
race or religion which exposes
him or them "to hatred, contempt
or obloquy or causes him or
them to be shunned or avoided
or to be injured in his or their
business or occupation."
B. B. Survey Reveals Shrinking
Opportunities In Accounting
vealed a dini future for many
Jewish graduates of engineering
schools.
WASHINGTON. D. C Marked
discrimination in the placement of
Jewish graduates in the field of
accounting has been disclosed by
Leon J. Obermayer, chairman of
the B'nai B'rith Vocational Serv-
ice Commission, in releasing the
report of a survey recently spon-
sored by the commission. Al-
though young Jewish accountants wiU'bYhefd" Sunday "at 2* p.
were placed without too much dif- ^jt Nebo Cemetery with 1
ficulty in the boom market of the
immediate postwar period, it is
expected that in the near future
there will be an oversupply of
trained accountants and that this
will hit the so-called minority
groups particularly hard.
The study is the result of 50
interviews with deans of schools
of business, heads of accounting
departments, and placement of-
ficer.-; in 43 different
throughout the country. The in-
terviews were conducted by the
Elmo Roper organization.
Ten times as many respondents
admitted the existence of dis-
crimination as denied it. The dis-
crimination against Jews was re-
ported to be particularly intense
in the field of public accounting.
As one dean of business put it.
"As far as Jewish students are
concerned, it is an almost im-
possible task for them to get a
job in a public accounting firm
. I don't think the firms neces-
sarily are prejudiced themselves
against employing Jews, but they
are afraid to risk their relation-
ships with their clients on the as-
sumption that the clients might
be prejudiced against Jews."
Jewish accountants get their
jobs first of all in the Jewish
firms, working through friends or
relatives or through the school
placement officers. They also go
into government service in con-
siderable numbers, and they take
private accounting positions with
business corporations. The fields
in business in which Jews are
strong are the fields in which
Jewish accountants find jobs most
easily. Retailing in general, and
especially in the garment trades,
is referred to repeatedly as an
area of opportunity for the Jewish
accounting graduate.
This is the second of a series of
studies authorized by the B'nai
Brith Vocational Service Com-
mission on discrimination in the
employment of Jewish college
graduates. The first was con-
cerned with the engineering pro-
fession, in which interviews of 108
college and university officials re-
Brownstein Unveiling
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the late Sophia
Gorchofsky Brownstein, formerly
of 650 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach,
m. at
Rabbi
Muses Mi'scrcloff officiating.
Friends and relatives are asked to
attend.
Silver Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Ida
Silver, formerly of 984 S.W. 4th
St.. wife of Sam Silver and
mother of Mrs. Louis Kaplan, will
schools | take place Sunday at 2:30 p.m. in
the Jewish Section of Woodlawn
Park Cemetery. Mrs. Silver was
a charter member and supporter
of the Miami Hebrew School and
Congregation. Friends and rela-
tives are requested to attend.
Gottlieb Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late George
K. Gottlieb, formerly of 1343
Meridian Ave., Miami Beach, will
take place Sunday at 1:30 p.m. at
Mount Nebo Cemetery with
Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating.
Friends and relatives are asked to
attend.
Weiss Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Ida K
Weiss, formerly of 70 N.W. 25th
St., will take place Sunday at 2
p.m. at Mount Sinai Cemetery
with Rabbi Murrav Grauer of-
ficiating. Friends and relatives
are requested to attend.
Balkin, Cohn Attend ADL
Staff Parley In Atlanta
Gilbert J. Balkin. director, and
D,av'd H. Cohn, assistant director
J ln<; Florida regional office of
the Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith, are attending the
southern staff conference of the
league being held at the Piedmont
Hotel in Atlanta. Ga.
The conference is evaluating the
Swu ?l group ''^tions in the
South today and discussing action
programs of the league to combat
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PAGE ELEVEN
The One-Hundredth Anniversary Of The
English-Jewish Weekly Press In America
My PHILIP SLOMOVITZ
o-pcident, American Association of English-Jewish Newspapers
Presiut Editor, The Detroit Jewish News
There
Jewish
are several stages in
journalism in which
Ladino (Judeo-Spanish), German
Hebrew. Yiddish and English
were the language media.
The first Jewish periodical in
the world, which made its appear-
ance at about the same time that
the general European press was
born was published in the Ladino
language, in Amsterdam, in 1678,
under the name Gazeta de Am-
sterdam. It is interesting to note
that the second Jewish publica-
tion in the world on record was
published in 1687, also in Amster-
dam, in Yiddish, and was known
as the Tuesday and Friday Cour-
ant. It was short-livedit sur-
vived only 16 monthsand its
text was in the Judeo-German
known as Ivre Taitsch, its actual
name having been Dinstagishi
und Freitagishi Courantin.
In the following century, He-
brew publications began to make
their appearance. Moses Mendels-
sohn published a Hebrew weekly
Kohelet Musar, in 1750. During
the Haskalah period, Hebrew
dailies were published and were
the media for spreading modern
ideas among Jewish communities,
meanwhile setting into motion
the movement for the revival of
the language of the Bible.
Towards the end of the last cen-
tury, Yiddish dailies assumed the
leadership and became the domin-
ant factors in guiding the think-
ing of the Jewish masses through-
out the world. This was as true
of the United States as it was of
European countries. In this coun-
try and in Poland the Yiddish
dailies predominated, although
newspapers and periodicals also
appeared in other languages in the
Jewish communities of both coun-
tries. There were Polish and He-
brew journals in Poland. In the
United States, Jewish periodicals
apeared in German, Hebrew and
Ladino. La Vara, a Ladino period-
ical, edited by Albert S.- Torres,
was published in New York from
1922 to 1948, and it was only
about a year ago that this Judeo-
Spanish weekly finally ended an
interesting existence in the de-
clining community of Spanish
Jews.
Prior to the era of Yiddish
journalism in America, there were
a number of German-Jewish
periodicals and attempts also were
made to foster a Hebrew press.
At present, there is one Hebrew
weekly, Hadoar, now prospering,
in its 26th year, under the editor-
ship of Menahcm Ribalow. There
are four Yiddish dailiesthe For-
ward, Der Tog, Yiddisher Morgen
Journal and Freiheit. Daily Yid-
dish newspapers at one time ap-
peared in Philadelphia, Chicago
and Cleveland. Yiddish weeklies,
offshoots of the earlier daily
newspapers, still are circulated.
But in the main the Yiddish press
began to decline with the cessa-
tion of immigration to this coun-
try. A new era, although slow-
moving, therefore began for the
Jewish newspaper published in
English.
. The first English-Jewish period-
lcal published in English in this
country was The Occident and
American Jewish Advocate which
made its appearance in Philadel-
phia in April of 1843 under the
editorship of the able Rabbi Isaac
Utter of Congregation Mikvah
Rkk The ccident. about which
Kabbi Leeser reported that "we
emulate scarcely above 510," for
years struggled to advance
and in German, was a monthly
publication.
The first English-Jewish week-
ly newspaper to make its appear-
ance in this country was The
Asmonean, which was published
in New York by Robert Lyon in
1849. From that year, therefore,
begins the history of the Jewish
weekly press in America, pub-
lished in the English language.
The Asmonean, a "family jour-
nal of commerce, politics, religion
and literature," lasted only nine
years. Before it suspended pub-
lication it added occasional Ger-
man supplements. These were in-
dications of the prevalence of
German as the language used by
the Jews in the United States at
that time. But its beginning
marked the introduction of an im-
portant factor in American jour-
nalismthe English-Jewish press
which today is acknowledged as
one of the most powerful factors
for good in American and Jewish
life in this country.
There were approximately 50.-
000 Jews in the United States in
the year of the birth of the Eng-
lish-Jewish Press. New York and
Philadelphia were the largest
Jewish centers of population. The
first English-Jewish monthly mag-
azine was issued in Philadelphia,
while New York saw the birth of
the first English-Jewish weekly
Robert Lyon's The Asmonean.
A new cultural center was rising,
however, in Cincinnati, where
Rabbi Isaac Mayer Wise was lay-
ing the foundation for the Reform
synagogues and for Hebrew Union
College. In 1854 Rabbi Wise
founded the oldest surviving Jew-
ish weekly. He called it The Is-
raelite; in 1874 it assumed its
present name, The American Is-
raelite.
Early beginnings in Jewish
population expansion in this coun-
try are evidenced by the fact that
an English-Jewish weekly, Jewish
Times and Observer, edited by
M. S. Levy and William Saalburg,
was published in San Francisco
from 1855 to 1905. Another early
English-Jewish weekly, The Jew-
ish Messenger, established in New
York in 1857, was absorbed by the
American Hebrew in 1903. The
latter, for many years among the
more popular weeklies, has
changed publishers and editors
many times in the past 20 years.
The American Hebrew first made
its appearance under its own name
in 1879. Among the other more
popular weeklies in the English-
Jewish periodical field, all of
whom, like the American Hebrew,
had declined from their earlier
standings, were The Reform Ad-
vocate which was edited by Dr.
Emil Hirsch, in Chicago, and The
Hebrew Standard, later merged
with the Jewish Tribune, which
also bas absorbed by The Ameri-
can Hebrew.
The Jewish Exponent of Phila-
delphia, The Jewish Criterion of
Pittsburgh, The B'nai B'rith Mes-
senger of Los Angeles, The Jew-
ish Community Bulletin of San
Francisco, The Jewish Review and
Observer of Cleveland. The Jew-
ish Advocate of Boston are among
the oldest English-Jewish week-
lies in America. Among the better
known weekly newspapers estab-
lished in the last 40 years are
The Sentinel of Chicago, Inter-
mountain Jewish News of Den-
ver, Pittsburgh Jewish Outlook,
and numerous other effective pub-
lications.
At present, 51 English-Jewish
weeklies are published in 43 cities
in 33 states.
There are two Jewish news
servicesthe Jewish Telegraphic
Agency and Seven Arts Feature
Syndicate. The Independent Jew-
ish Press Service folded two
months ago after about 12 years
of circulating news and feature
articles.
The American Association of
English-Jewish Newspapers, or-
ganized six years ago, includes in
its ranks the leading English-
Jewish periodicals. The associa-
tion uses the term English-Jewish
instead of the previous reference
to Anglo-Jewish papers in order
to differentiate between Jewry's
English newspapers published in
America and those appearing in
England.
The American Jewish commun-
ity in the days of the Asmonean
numbered 50,000. Today, we are
the largest Jewish community in
the world, with a population of
more than 4,750,000. The import-
ant role played by American
Jewry in the rebirth of the state
of Israel is ascribable, in great
measure, to the influence of the
English-Jewish press which has
assumed an important place in
the moulding of public opinion in
this country and in advancing the
most liberal causes.
A new era begins for the Eng-
lish press in 1949the first year
of the second century of this press,
whose beginnings were with the
Asmonean in 1849.
Dr. Widdersheim
To Head So. Fla.
Optometric Assn.
Recently elected president of
the South Florida Optometric 'as-
sociation is Dr. Jack M. Widder-
sheim of Coral Gables who suc-
ceeds Dr. Mason Pace as the or-
ganization head.
Other officers include Dr. A. C.
Wilhelm, Jr., Fort Lauderdale,
vice president; Dr. Emanuel
Pushkin, Miami, secretary, and
Dr. Don Conant, Miami, treasurer.
The board of directors includes
Dr. Pace, Dr. Leonard Glickstein
of Coral Gables, Dr. Robert Brad-
ford, Dr. R. C. Garvin and Dr.
S. G. Schneider, Miami Beach.
Established two years ago, the
Optometric association includes
members practicing in both Dade
and Broward counties. Objectives^
of the group include raising of I
educational standards and encour-
agement of visual research.
During the past year, the SFOA |
has sponsored such activities as
an extensive motorists' vision
campaign to increase safety on
the highways.
<
Dr. Jack M. Widdershetm
Carol Trinkoif Elected
To Lear School Office
Carol Trinkoff was installed as
president of the General Organ-
ization of the Lear School at a
party February 18. Other officers
are Harriet Karasin, vice presi-
dent, and Bunchie DuBois, secre-
tary-treasurer. A large group of
friends and alumni attended the
party, which featured square
dancing on the lawn and swim-
ming.
New president of the school's
senior class is Audrey Silberfein.
Other senior class officers include
Sally Blaushild, vice president,
and Marilyn Rockwitt, secretary-
treasurer.
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Personally Speaking .
Mrs. Robert Moses, nee Shirley Bernstein, arrived from New
York Saturday to celebrate her brother Martin's third birthday
February 28. Mrs. Moses, who is visiting at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Bernstein, 1610 N.W. 34th St., will
return North March 11.
* *
Theresa Cohen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alex S. Cohen,
2220 S.W. 19th Terr., arrived from New York Wednesday to
spend three weeks here. Miss Cohen, former news editor of The
Jewish Floridian, has been a member of the editorial research
staff of Time and Life magazines for the last seven months.
* *
Mrs. Joe Goldstein of Galax, Va., who has been visitinq her
mother, Mrs. Gus Ginsberg, 2323 S.W. 21st Ave., is now in Alton
Road Hospital where she is recuperatinq from an operation.
Mrs. Goldstein will convalesce at her mother's home before
returning to Virginia.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Fried are now residing in their new
apartment at 219 Park St., Roselle, New Jersey. Mrs. Fried is the
former Charlotte Blumberg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nat Blum-
berg, of this city.
* + *
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Satin, 4301 Royal Palm Ave., Miami
Beach, have as their houseguest their brother-in-law and sister,
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Goldstein, Brooklyn, N. Y. The visitors will
remain here for several weeks.
* *
In honor of her 23rd wedding anniversary, Mrs. Saul Her-
man of Normandy Isle entertained at a luncheon in the Sovereign
Hotel on Wednesday. Guests were the Mesdames Sam Cohen,
Sam Harris, Sam Nudelman and Saul Keit. Also in the anni-
versary party were the mothers of the guests, with Mrs. Her-
man's mother, Mrs. Jennie Nove of Normandy Isle. The anni-
versary concluded with a family dinner party in the Sovereign.
+ *
Mr. and Mrs. Philip A. Feldman, 420 West 31st St., Miami
Beach, had as their housequests durinq the month of February
Mr. and Mrs. A. Kagan and son, Rickie, of East Orange, N. J. The
Kagans are former residents of the Miami area. Mrs. Kagan, nee
Elsie Newman, taught at the Normandy School, Miami Beach.
* + +
Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Raphael, 918 Ocean Ave., had as their
house-guest Rabbi Chatzkel Meizel. of Rochester, New York.
Rabbi Meizel is the fiance of Miss Louise Raphael.
* +
Mr. and Mrs. Kalencheek were hosts at a party for the
residents of the Perm Court Apartments, 1007 Pennsylvania Ave.,
Miami Beach. Guests contributed S257 to the Jewish National
Fund.
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II Mar. 12.
14. 15
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Farewells were in order last
Thursday evening when Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Hilsenrod honored
Robert Bergman, director of the
Coral Gables Jewish Center who
is leaving for a two-year stay in
Israel, at a party in their home.
2163 N. Bay Road, Miami Bench.
Sharing honors with Bergman,
was Mrs. Zelda K. Trau. who has
been a houseguest of the Hilsen-
rods and is returning to New
York.
Mrs. Eli Halpern assisted the
hostess.
Joyce F. Baker Will
Become Bride April 10
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry M. Baker.
1890 S.W. 16th Terr., formerly
of Forest Hills, L. I., and Hull.
Mass.. announce the engagement
of their daughter, Joyce Francir.e.
to Henry Roman, 2410 Prairie
Ave., Miami Beach, and West-
chester. N. Y.
The bride-elect attended schools
in New York and the University
of Miami, where she was a mem-
ber of Iota Alpha Pi sorority.
Mr. Roman, who served in the
Army for three years, attended
schools in New York and Massa-
chusetts and is now in the motion
picture business.
The wedding will take place on
April 10 at the Roney Plaza Hotel.
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JACOB SCHACHTER
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MarciV.c Kaufman
Marcille Kaufman To
Join Summer Brides
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Kauf-
man, 1334 Collins Ave., Miami
Beach, hsve announced the en-
gagement of their daughter. Mar-
cille. to Dr. Irwin Pollack, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Pollack, 6396
Collins Ave.
The bride-elect was graduated
from Miami Beach High School
and Florida State University. She
is now employed as a teacher at
Biscayno Elementary School.
Dr." Pollack is a graduate of Mi-
ami Beach High and the Uni-
versitv of Florida, where he was
a member of Phi Eta Sigma, Phi
Kappa Phi and Phi Beta Kappa.
He received his M. A. and Ph. D.
from Harvard.
An early summer wedding is
planned.
Irene Budner
Irene Budner To Wed
Maxwell Schwartz
The betrothal of Irene Budner
to Maxwell Schwartz was an-
nounced Sunday at a party given
by Miss Budner's father, Hyman
Binder, in their home at 2010
S.W. 17th St. The prospective
bridegroom is the son of Rabbi
and Mrs. Abraham Schwartz, Key
West.
The bride-elect attended the
University of South Carolina,
where she was a member of Delta
Tau sorority, and the University
of Miami.
Her fiance was educated in New
Jersey schools and the New York
Technical Institute.
While no definite date has been
set for the wedding, it will be an
event of early summer.
Mrs. Hirsch Manisehewitz
Mrs. Danziger Fetes
Sister-in-law At Party
Mrs. Harry Danziger, 782 S.W.
11th St.. entertained with a lunch-
eon in honor of the birthday of
her sister-in-law, Mrs. Murray
Moss. Long Island, N. Y.
Guests included Sallv Elaine
Moss. Mrs. Moss- daughter, and
the Mesdames Sigmund Spath.
Harry Aronson, Irving Frankel,
Samuel Mason, Benjamin Field,
Benjamin Appel. Benjamin Mil-
ler and Saul Silverman.
Mrs. Manisehewitz Feted
At Testimonial Dinner
NEW YORKThe Zion Dov
Ber Torah Fund, Inc., which
maintains the Yeshiva Mae
Shearim and Orphan Home of
Jerusalem, Israel, will tender a
testimonial dinner in honor of
Mrs. Hirsch Manichewitz, whose
late husband Rabbi Hirsch Man-
isehewitz, was a student at the
institution. The dinner in honor
of Mrs. Manichewitz will take
place on Sunday evening, March
6, at the Hotel Picadilly, New
York. The sustaining fund is
named for the late Rabbi Dov Ber
Manisehewitz, father-in-law of the
guest of honor, who helped found
and support educational institu-
tions in Palestine.
Mrs. Manisehewitz is to be
honored because of the thousands
of tons of clothing, food and vi-
timins she helped to gather and
send to Israel for Jewish orphans
and refugee children. Guests at
the dinner will be greeted by
prominent Rabbis and civic lead-
ers, among whom will be Dr. Sol
Zarchy, dinner chairman, and
Mrs. Esther Leibowitz, president
of the organization. Entertain-
ment will include Cantor Leon
Trainer.
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Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burger,
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to Herbert Zwick, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Zwick, 2800 Pinetree
Drive. The wedding will take
place in June in Chicago.
Miss Burger attended the Uni-
versities of Illinois and Miami.
Her fiance attended the Universi-
ty of Miami and Terry Art In-
stitute. He is a member of Tropi-
cal Lodge, B'nai B'rith.
Elaine Winer Wed
To Jack Zageria
Temple Beth El was the setting
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Elaine Winer to Jack Zageria. The
couple is now living at 1935 S.W,
7th St.
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9-Jenist F/crid'tan
FRIDAY, MARCH 4.
1949





;i

Book Review
Otzar II;. I I.Mini
By Rabbi J. A. Cohen
Reviewed by
Rabbi Dr. Lazar Schonfeld
We live in an age of collecting
and systematizing of all that the
best minds have had to say in all
fields of knowledge. Human cul-
ture is becoming so complicated,
diversified, and of such a wide
range that we get lost in the
jungle of science. Therefore the
many encyclopedias and com-
pendiums which make it possible
to get clear orientation in every
field of human knowledge.
If this is true of secular knowl-
edge surely it is true of our re-
ligious literature which looks back
three thousand years, and has to
cover the sayings of thousands of
sages in the Talmud, and mid-
rashim and manuscripts in the
most famous libraries.
Rabbi J. A. Cohen of Chicago
has undertaken one of the most
difficult tasks,he has collected
all the sayings, wisdoms and in-
terpretations concerning the
Psalms which can bo found in all
the ancient Hebrew literature. To
every chapter, verse and word he
adds the sayings of our sages.
Psalms were the most liked
book of our sages. They found in
every word a source of inspira-
tion and teaching. The Psalms are
the highest and deepest expres-
sion of a believing Jewish soul.
All the peoples of the world look
to the Psalms for inspiration and
devotion, faith and the love of
God. How much more did our
sages and forefathers look into
every word of the Psalms for the
revelation of Jewish ethics, law,
faith ai d trusl in God. They
studied the Psalms for their own
spiritual recreation and elevation.
Rabbi Cohen is the first who
has called .''11yes
ings of all of our sages taken from
all the written post-Biblical and
atcepted writings His work is to
appear in seven volumes. Two of
tl e mare already available, and
have received universal commend-
ation from Rabbis and scholars.
All those who are anxious to have
that monumental work are eager-
ly awaiting the appearance of the
other five volumes.
The author. Rabbi Cohen, is
spending the winter at Miami
Beach, at "16 Michigan Ave., and
will be glad to meet those in-
terested in his work.
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NOTICE TO APPEAR
IX THE CIRCC1T COURT OF .HE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCIMT.
IN AND
FLORIDA.
122670.
ESTHER WILLIAMS. Plaintiff, vs.
JAMES WILLIAMS, Defendant,
T(>: JAMES WILLIAMS
Address: UNKNOWN
YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to
file an appearance In the above still
for divorce on the 2?ih day of March,
1949, otherwise, the allegations of said
bill will be taken as confessed by you
This order Is to be published 111 the
JEWISH FLORIDIAN oni.....ach week
for four mi consecutive ei k*.
This the 26 dnv of February. 1949.
I'. 11 LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal!
Bv W'M. W STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk,
JOSEPH II QANZ
74s Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
J '4-11-18-2.1
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
PORDADE1 COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 122S96.
MALI BERGMAN. Plaintiff, vs. MAX
BERGMAN, Defndant,
You. MAX BERGMAN. 280 Port
WmsI.ii.kI"" Avenue, .New York, N<
York, are notified to file your appear-
ance In the above cause '"',',n\'; ;;f
the 21st day of March. A D. ll.
otherwise decree pro confesso will bo
entered against you. .....
Dated this M day ol February,
V I_) 1949
' E. II. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal! ,.,.m-
By M. C. FEIGE,
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
Attorney at Law
1023 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
J 18-23 3 4-U
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
LAD AND LASSIE at 645 Washington
Avenue, Miami Beach, Intend to reg-
ister "aid name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Lade County, Flor-
ida.
JEROME RUBIN
I.VI'IA ANN RUBIN
JACK A ABBOTT
Attorney for iwners
3 i-n-is-:1.-, 1 1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious nan..' nf
Als Delicatessen at 70S S.W. 27th
Avenue. Miami. Florida, intends to
register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of I'ade County,
Florida.
ALFRED L. DIAMOND
AronovlU, Welnkle & Aronovlts
Attorneys for Applicant
:v Seybold Building
2/18-25 3M-11-18
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
UTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
122332.
II VROLD CRING, Plaintiff, va.
SARAH CRING, Defndanl
You, SARAH CRING, 26 South Ave-
nue, Beacon, New York, are notified
to file youi appeal an. e i" the above
r dl\ on >'ii the 2ist day of
Mai It, A 1'. 1949, othei Ise decrei
pro confesso will be entered against
\ oil.
Dated this 11th day of February,
A.D. : ;
1:. It LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit LVurt Seal)
By M C. FEIGE,
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
Attorney .'i !-
Seybold Building
.Miami, Florida
2 ls-2 3 4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name oi
Tomlnmi Hotel Bar at 201 West Flag-
ler Street, Miami, Fla., intend'to
register said nun.' with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of 1'.oi.- County,
Florida.
LEONARD LEVIN
JOSEPH I. Gl "'LMAN
HARRY DIETZ
Attorney for Applicants
2 I8-2S 3 4-ll-ls
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
all__the sav- IN THE cue TIT court OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No,
122674
RAE GOLDMAN, Plaintiff, va Wil-
liam GOLDMAN, Defendant.
TO: WILLIAM GOLDMAN
Address unknown
Vi T ARE HEREBY ORDERED to
file your appearance to the Bill of
Complaint for Divorce, filed aealnst
you by RAK GOLDMAN, on or before
the 2s day of March, 194!'. otherwlsi
the allegations of said Bill will be
taken as confessed by you
Dated this 24 day ..f Maul.. A.D.
1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W.
LEGAL NOTICE
MARION BROOKS
Solicitor for Plaintiff
819 oiympia Building
Miami. Florida
2.2:, 3/4-11-18
STOCK INC.
Deputy Clerk
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, denlrinc to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Southeastern Plastic Distributors at
261 X w 27th Terrace, Miami, Fla..
me with the
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COPRT OF THE
11TII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
1222M.
MILDRED STEINBERG, Plaintiff, vs.
WILFRED STEINBERG, Defendant.
YOU, WILFRED STEINBERG. 557
Christopher Avenue, Brooklyn, Xew | intends to register said 11a
York, are notified to file your appear- C,,,rk of '"' Circuit Cm
ance 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.
1919.
E. P. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Plaintiff
I0S8 Seybold Building
2 11-18-26 3/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Florida Chemical and Supply Com-
pany at :,4"i West Flagler Street, Mi-
ami, Fla., Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida,
SEYMOUR HI.NKES
Sole Owner
2/85 V4-11-18-25
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FI/ORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No, 122729
EVELYN DRISCOLL, Plaintiff, vs.
MAURICE DRlscoi.L. Defendant
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
To: MAURICE DRISCOLL
630 lsham Street
New York. New York
You are hereby notified and ordered
10 appear to the Bill of Complaint for
Divorce filed against you In the above-
styled cause on or before the 3nth day
of March. 1949, otherwise a Decree
Pro ("..nfcssi. will be entered against
J ou.
DATED this 2S day of February,
148
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
i 'ircuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE.
Deputy Clerk.
SAM SILVER
Solicitor for Plaintiff
1703 Congress Building
Miami 32. Florida
3 l 11-18-26
. urt of
County, Florida
ABE KATZEN
MARX FABER
Attorney for Applicant
412 Congress Bldg.
2/28 8/4-11-18-26
Dad.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business nailer the fictitious name of
Ace Music Company, not Inc at 644
N.W. :.tii Ave., Miami, Florida, in-
nd to register said name with the
ci.rk of the circuit Court of Dade
iunty, Florida,
HARRY SILVERMAN
JOSEPH MOONEY
HARRY DIETZ
Attorney for Appli. ants
Congress Bldg
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
2212 1
In Re: ESTATE of
Shirley I. De Anno.nl. Deceased.
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
claims and demands which you. or
.iiher of yoi.....ay have against the
estate of Shirley L. De Armond de-
ceased late of Knox County, Tennes-
see, to the Hon W '!' Blanton, County
Judge of Dade County, and file the
same In his office in the County
Courthouse in Dad.- County, Florida,
within eight calendar months from the
date of (he first publication hereof.
Said claims or demands lo contain
the legal address of the claimant and
to be sworn to and presented as afore-
said, or same will !. barred. See Sec-
tion 120 of the 1933 Probate Act.
Date I', biliary IT AD, 1949
, MAX R. SILVER.
As Anclllnry Administrator, i'ta
of the Est ite ,,f SHIRLEY
DE ARMOND, Deceased
W ASM AN, SILVER & SAKOWITZ
Attorneys f..r Ancillary
Adminlstt ator C.T \
2 is-:'.-, :; 4_ji
L.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT court OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DAM:
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No
122.281-B.
AYARES SMALL LOAN CO., INC., a
Florida corporation, Plaintiff \s
LEWIS D. CESNER and MARY E
CESNER. his wife. Defendants.
TO: LEWIS CESNER and
MARY CESNER
Address Unknown
Cambridge, Ohio
YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED
TO APPEAR to the Bill of Complaint
of Mortgage Foreclosure filed against
you In the above styled cause. ,. oi
betore March 23, 1949, which mortgage
encumbers the following described per-
sonal property, situate and being in
Dade County, Florida, to-Wit:
1 Platform Rocker
1 Cabinet
Creen Rug
Desk
Frlgidaire
Metal Top Table, 2 Chairs
Metal Cabinets
Desk
Dressers
Hot I'late
Wardrobes and 1 Chair
Double beds, springs anil
mattresses
Chairs
2 Tables
Otherwise the allegations of said Bill
of Complaint will be taken as con-
fessed by you.
Dated at Miami, Florida this 24
day of February, 1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
lerk of the Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M
3
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN Till: CIRCUIT COURT FOR DADE
',.''' NT-V '"''"'".A IN CIIANC-
ERY, No 12262 I
VKTTA TRUBIN, Plaintiff, va SAM-
UEL TRUBIN, Defendant
To: SAMUEL TRUBIN
you ARE ORDERED
Appearance to the Bill
filed against you, on March 28 1848
otherwise, said bin will be t.-,k
confessed by vou
I 'efendant i
to file your
for Divorce
' n as
Dated: tins :::
A.D. 1949
E B.
1 i k of
(Circuit Court Sea
By R
day of February.
LEATHERMAN
the Cu,,m Court
II RICE, .1R..
WALTER c KOVNERD'PUt1' C,W*-
Mtorney for plaintiff
2 25 S 1-1l is
LILLIAN
MOSLEY MAXSON Plain-
De'fendantSTAX,-KV ,; "***>*
TV- ST.ANPBT K MAXSON
1' 17th Avenue
Paterson, New Jeraey
ill', otherwise a Decree Pro rv
f*?5?5m^.e '"''ed agaTnst C"'
^ted^h.s 17th day
you
of February,
MARX M FABER
Attorney for Plaintiff
413 Congress Building
Miami, Florida
2/23 3/4-11-18
C. FEIGE.
Deputy Clerk
E.
B. LEATHERMAN.
CUlt Court S.a!;rk' C"CUlt Court
By M. C. FEIGE.
MARION BROOKS DePU,y Clerk
R2leJfr for Plaint iff
'" oiympia Rldg
- II 2E 3 i-ii
LEGAL NOTICE
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IV THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FI/DRIDA.-
IX CHANCERY. No. 122406
MORRIS BREZINSKT, Plaintiff, va.
' \.NNA BREZIXSKY. Defendant.
TO ANNA BREZIXSKY. 8301 Bay
Parkway, Brooklyn, New York.
You are hereby ordered to file your
appearance or answer to the bill of
complaint for divorce filed against you
by MORRIS BREZINSKY on or before
the 22 day of March. 1949, otherwise
the allegations of said bill will be
taken as confessed wtnlnst you.
DONE AND ORDERED this 17 day
.., February, m* UEATHERMAN.
Clerk of tho Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court ..0 R ^ jr
Deputy Clerk.
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Solicitor for Plaintiff.
2 lS-2f. 3'4-11
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 122440.
MEYER BENNETT. Plaintiff, vs.
LILLIAN BENNETT, Defendant.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
To LILL1AX BENNETT
11112 South I*nwndale Avenue
Chicago, Illinois
You arc hereby notified and ordered
to appear to the Bill of Complaint
for Divorce filed against you in the
above-Styled cause on or before the
18 day of March, 11149; otherwise a
Decree Pro Confesso Will be entered
.ir.ill '. you.
DATED this 17 day of February,
1949.
E B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M
SAM SILVER
Attorney for Applicant
1703 Congress Bldg.
3 18-25 11,4-11
C. FEIGE.
Deputy Clerk.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11T1I JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IX CHANCERY, Xo.
122430.
SHIRLEY JEAX WADSWORTH De-
VIEW, Plaintiff, vs. ROBERT A.
DeVIEW, Defendant.
TO: Robert a. DeVIEW
210 S. Baglnaw Street
l^ipeer, Michigan
You, ROBERT A. DeVIEW, are
hereby notified to file your appear-
ance in the above cause for divorce
on or before tho 22nd day of March,
A.D. 1949, otherwise a Decree Pro
Confesso will be enteretl against you.
Dated: Feb. 17, 194ft.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By II C. FEIGE,
Deputy Clerk.
MARION BROOKS
Solicitor for Plaintiff
M9 Oiympia Bldg.
2/1X-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
Cumberland Trailer Park at S800
Southwest Sth Strict. Miami, Florida.
Intends to register said name with the
Cleric of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
SAMUEL B. ROSEXSOX
DANIEL F. PARIBER
Attorney for Samuel B. RosensOD
2 18-26 3/4-11-18
NOTI
NOTIC
the unde
business
National
nth St re
register
the C|r<
Florida.
MILTON
Attorney
2 n-is-2:
CE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
E IS HEREBY GIVEN that
rslgned, desiring to engage in
under the fictitious name of
Fish Market at 204 8. W.
et. Miami, Fla., Intend to
said name with the Clerk of
ult Court of Dade County,
AARON NEISS
R( 'BERT FEI.IK
ARTHUR J. KATZ
A, FRIEDMAN
for Applicants
3 4
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN IHI-: CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I IH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
','.;,;.','^"1'V. IN CHANCERY, No.
UITHSHADLE. Plaintiff, vs. FRED
SHADLK, Defendant.
VOU, FRED SHADLE, 230 Park
M-S ^ft**8' New Jersey, are notl-
ned to file your Appearance In the
above cause for Divorce, on or be-
fore March 14. 1949. or a Decree Pro
in..*4X2 "'" '" "ntered against you.
DATED: February in, 1949
it- ,.V '-BATHERMAN, Clerk.
(C ireuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
U-ASMAX. SILVER So^UT^
Attorneys for Plaintiff
9IS Seybold Building
2 11 -18-25 3/4-11
... NOTICE TO CREDITORS
1 J"IV.(" NTY J'DGE-S COURT
m^StJP I'"'m DADE COUNTY,
21896 IN I,ROBATE- No-
11 '1-',' ',-ESTAJE OK IRVING R
"l.( KRR, Deceased.
int'ri r.e"1,or and All Persons Hav-
Est 1 r Demands Against Said
nntir!Lia ,earh ,of you- are hereby
. ns n^"i'w"ilred to P"nt any
> -ns and demands which you. or
m ,T. of Vi mi* nav against the
uL f,In".n R "e^ker deceased
Flo, 1 a ^".7. Brach- Dade County.
. U. to the Hon. W. F. Blanton
>'" v Judge of Dade County, and
Co.'.,, v r?mZ '" hlB offlce 'n "
Eb a ^,Uk hou.si "' Dttd County,
from ,h^^ln e.'*h.t *Iar months
hereof eKdM* ?f,tn* ,ln,t Publication
contlL ,^alrt rl,alm8 or demands to
ant aid Vr? fcf*1 i"" ot **' cUim'
r ,, ?J ,* "worn to and Presented
.. .?ioaid.,,A0r.*ame wUI >e bej-red.
Ct on 120 of the 1933 ProbateAct.
Date January JL A.D. 1949
^ ia. ,B1JVERLY BEtKER.
h vlnsHR rltrlx5f tb" Es,ate '
LEGAL NOTICE
ORDER OF PUB! ir^7I~-
IN THE CIRCL'ITUc1ri'RTTJ?N
UTH JUDICIAL rmrvZ THB
FI>ORIDA. IN AND Iy.o11^ W
COUNTY. IN live.' D*DB
122260. CHANCERY, No
MURRAY ROSENBERG Pl0i,,
LIBBE ROSENBEHC, S&S"' v-
YOU. LIBBE ROSENHKR?,1^
Avenue "Y," BR()(Iki vv*Q'v"2
YORK, are notified ^TLfl
pearance In the above oauaiiE ft'
vorce on or before March?U*&
or a Decree Pro Confew,lnV."'
tered against you. en'
DATED: February in 1940
(C.rcu,tECoBur^.T.,,,E,{MA^^.
By WM. W. STOCKING
WASMAN. S.I VER & sffiv?^
Attorneys for Plaintiff "iWW,*l
918 Seybold Bldg.
2/11-18-26 3/4-11
NOT.CE UNDE^ncrlrTSSr
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th.,
the undersigned, desiring to encae. i
v.""-"i!Li1ind.,r ,he f,r,l"* name of
Max s Del catessen at 1131 West FW
ler Street, Miami, nu.. intend .
register said name with the Cl.rv 2
Florid0*:01"1 CUrt f Dade "Un^
MURRAY BUDNER
LEON NAMOFF,
Partners
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants
2/11-18-25 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
Town and Beach Club at One Lincoln
Road. Miami Beach. Florida, Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County
Florida.
MILTOX S IRK IN
ALEXANDER sirkix
LEON SIRKIN
ADELE ZIVITZ
Partners
2/11-18-2.1 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
Esther Shop at 48 E. Flagler Street,
Intend* to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
SAMUEL SUTTOX
1/28 2/4-11-18-25
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, EI/JRIDA.-
IN CHANCERY, Case No 122137.
GLORIA SANDAUER. Plaintiff, vs.
WILLIAM SANDAUER, Defendant.
To: William Sandaucr
Care of Max Sandauer
300 West 44th Street
New York City, New York
You are hereby required to file an
appearance |n the above action for
divorce on or before the 9th day of
March. 1949, otherwise, a Decree Pro
Confesso will 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
HAROLD SHAPIRO
Attorney for Plaintiff
2/11-18-25 3/4
STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT <>F TUB
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCl'IT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNT!.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
122233.
DORIS ABRAMSON. Plaintiff. v.
JOE ABRAMSON. Defendant
TO: JOE ABRAMSON'
c/o Rice Hotel
Houston, Texas
On or before the 12th day of March,
1949, you are hereby notified to Mi
your appearance or answer to tne bi
of Complaint for Divorce In the above
styled cause, otherwise paid Bill 01
Complaint for Divorce will he taken as
confessed by you. This order
published In the Jewish Florkllan.
Miami, Florida. .,..
Dated this 10 day "f rebruar>.
1949' E. B. LEATHKUMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal) KE]GE,
Deputy Clerk.
GENET & GENET
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
2/11-18-2* 3/4________.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
In THE CIRCUIT COURT 0FTB
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL c'Kt-'i"
Of'fi^rTda. IN AND> FOR DAW
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
122090. _, ,,,. n,
SYLVIA LEVITT. ,":;"''l';t
CARL J. ''KVITT^'cfcndant
YOU. CARL J. I^TT\ew Tort.
em Parkway. Brooklyn. e
are notified to file your apijs
In the above cause for '* A.D,
before the 7th day of L W|||
1949. or a Decree Pro Confesso
AD- B49B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal) pEiOE.
By M- Deputy Clerk.
WASMAN. SILVER & SAKOWITZ
Attorneys ..
Suite 918 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
2/4-11-18-25 3/
NOT.CE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME <-AW,,IVKN- that
NOTICE IS HEREm OIVSNJ
the undersigned, desiring t-eng^ flf
business under the fUtQP&LEi Ave..
The Washerteria at 901 S. *"%&
Miami. Florida. Intends heBar.
said name with ^ C^rk 01 ^
cult CourtM0AfTD.deACountD.gTE1N.
Sole 0*rr.,priS
MTERS. HEIMAN A KAPLAN
Attornws for Appent
Seybold Bid*
2/26 3/4-11-18-25
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FRIDAY.
MARCH 4. 1949
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PAGE FIFTEEN
footnotes On History
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* lea-ie- t the non-Zionists.
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a- T 4y Weizmann
Strp^ "--*?
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Concili'aUor ssion wjU >
23 the ^ o:
; : r:.: years the
Y.r:.T... Dceptioo of
.V-,. -r.r.i Turkey into a secu-
"-.; ?.g the Western pat-
ter, r :nn:ned .
Xe ich!n| Koran has seen
fjjjjt: ..-. rurkey*! ad
"--. ; rurkej ahaa a:
.-.a~.rr.edan pow-
.; feather in the
cap :: "- -~~ent :i :t
can ::-
poatMB rtaat : Israel
. The 7 ''... re ec.-a-.y
per.---' been
ousti 1 5yna ar.d Lebanon
by E -~ey would
like'.- am Sack via Jeru-
salem But Israel's military
success -" '- Isrs
compare Bee "jurioa with Gen-
era! "iV-j- The r.urr. :r
mills -'. : re n:t stopped
.: :;:.:: :-. .vl: rrr.en.es
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chopati tse bebevmg -.-self
Ber ".ir.cn and vested with
c> .T. -." re : c me *sz ae..
Premier Dav.d Ben Gun -
Be: :.. '-':h~*rj?g'ic make him
::... EM.VU agree t; be-
| toeing : i the SeeaaaT*
Ibis Be: en --: e thai he
-L r. nd rd-i> to toe
iBibLcal David President Xe^-
-;-- ;_/:-. tffer to fly
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irg n-r-.-pe a- :'.
[Mre :; : =
Cotferer.
was :-:
'national W
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Dr. F. J. Ranagan
: I LI LOH
colck:: :==:gat:c!s
Erring Paths .
Opposition to s.r. rr.ultiplie-
and the good fight ii.-.ce :: leads
is a waste of time since :t lead*
but to more evil T:
kind of logic rr.y good :
Gabriel Cohen uses :r. a recent
editorial on interrr.arrias- in -
Jewish Post What bouid be
done about interrr.a.-.-.age''
Gabriel has a ready answer
Don't encourage it Just ac-
cept :t ai an inea : = -'.- fact
If we persist it esent in-
advisable attitude" toward marri-
age, he cautions, we wil]
make prophets of those ve
teen predicting an early end :-.
Jewish life outside of Israel .
By it proc esi \'. re 11. -. z .- -_
reaches such a conclusion
-':'- onhr be can solve
Does he really want m to believe
that continuity -i Z-*j=r. hfe .:
side Israel depends solely on a
charge of attitude I inter-
arnazo'1 An avowed '.--
.--:.-Semite, black-sr...-*._=: a.-- .--
dieted traitoi -a.- ea aped -
because he .-as been adjudged -.-
sane ^ Aineriea'i IMI price poei
:r::aa;r.:.:r: f a_=:.5.' a-'r 'Sac
idec.ogy CO--.; bare :ee-. singled
out for (U: b C doc .:- a ~ -. i re ry
:nly psr.-chiat.-.rj ran p-trnar-s un-
ravel Is .: p-i^ss-r..- t.-.a: tne
th.rtv-cn ;-dgej :.-.: : :.-.-
Library of Congress's FelcTrs .-
American Letters -ade the se-
i^r *.: give an err-
pr.au: derr.:nctra-..:n of tne rr.ira.
eTauon"..... If tnai :
p-.-?:se t.-.ey s-ne-ra-ri .-..:.-
i--.: serve t: silence the :-~ir-
statement that be bad a:e
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sen ".i r.te .-. scsasr.cn.
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the : c..-..:.-. :f tius -:.-
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-cni-is :' --!__ thai the 1
that the theaae has neve.- :r;.|.-.:
c.tterly nncplams ac-:.t T:
'~ _j i Ltecarv tnence -s. ~_c_
speajung a rLrlcrurn :' fart
erary iist-ccy m a____-_r_ige< ar :
the Chinstian ; .: .= :n-i
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Will Sponsor Boaaar
A rreet.ng af use bacaat
aaatee -.'. Hat Coaacfl if ?.
Veaaca af Greater BCanu
Commme ;;
Mmtzes .13 4tfc 5t Miami Be*-..-
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vaowr. waiting to plant trees in "Weizmann Lane." Temple Beth
S.-.^lorr. ..-. r.or.cr cf Dr. Chaim Wixn-.ann. first prL'der.- cf Iir*L
Beth Sholom Pupils Plant ** ** Im*
en t i Arr.cn? t.-.o-se non<,red with trees
60 Trees At Temple *. _.
r .r. Israel were .-.-accent Harry 5.
""-- *';; Betr" Trjman ar ate 7:^:.^..:. D.
... a.ant^C R^ooseveJt
2-.ore tnan % wt Sunday in
the T r" c. e garden TV! t.-
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i- c c.t the. ere
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I-_ Tre He!->'. ood Cnapter cf *.-^
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:-raved the cfcudren's T. ..... participate in the 7.-ca
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Ncrt'l Young Judaea Will
Conduct Camp Imtitute
by ine nauccial V--r r.-ciri -1
act .c; j = 1 : ^. Ten&iar
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FRIDAY, MARCH 4,
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKKEHY GIVES that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
malness under the fictitious name or
The Variety Concessions nt Room
7(>4, Pacific Building, Miami, Florida,
Intend to register said name with the
i Clerk of the Circuit Court of Pade
i County, Florida.
A. Z, AM'F.RT
HENRY SOLOMON
i >w ners
3 11-18.23 4/1-8
Mrs. Louis Glasser
\.H' To Honor
Dr. Wise At Donor
ILiim|ih'I Sunday
Florida Women's Division of the
American Jewish Congress will
celebrate their annual donor event
with a banquet and show at Club
Bali Sunday at 7:30 p.m., Mrs.
Louis Glasser, president has an-
nounced.
The affair will celebrate the
75th birthday of the organiza-
tion's national leader. Rabbi Ste-
phen S. Wise. A journal edited by
Miss Clara Goldenberg and de-
dicated to the national president
Mrs. Hess Wins
lladassah Award
Mrs. David Hess, new member
of the Miami GrouD of Hadassah,
won first prize for her enrollment
of 31 new members during the
organization's fall and winter
membership drive. Zena Posever,
noted artist and sculptor, will
paint a portrait of the winner as
her award.
Presentation was made by Mrs.
Joel Belov at the group's fashion
show this week at the Miami Y.
Book awards for the enrollment
of 12 or more members were
made to the Mesdames Samuel J.
Weinstein, Ernest Chernoff and
Harold B. Cohen.
Honorable mention for enroll-
ing five or more went to the Mes-
dames Lionel Silverman, Joseph
Sugerman, P. Kutner, S. Dozen
and R. Gold.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under th-- fictitious name of
lz Kosher Meat Products at 207
Almeria Avenue, Coral Gables, in-
t-ri'ls to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
inty, Florida
HOWARD DEVORKIN
Bole I >W ner
HERICK AND SHAPIRO
neys for Applicant
420 Lincoln Road
a 1-11-18-26 4 :
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN Tin-: COUNTY jnUSE'S court
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No.
82108
In Re: ESTATE OF MARY Hl-.K.N-
HARD GILLIAN'S, Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Bald Estate:
You. and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
Ither of vou, may have against the
estate of MARY BERNHARD OIL-
LIANS deceased late of Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, to the Hon. W. P. IHan-
ton, County Judge of Dade County,
and file the same in his office in the
County Courthouse in Dade County,
Florida within eight calendar months
from the date of the first publication
hereof. Said claims or demands to
contain the legal address of th->
claimant and to be sworn to ami
presented as aforesaid, or same win
he barred. See Section 120 of the 1933
Probate Act.
Dated March 4, A.D. 1919.
EDWARD L. GILLIAN'S,
As Executor of the Last Will und
Testament of Mary Bernharit
Gllllans, Deceased.
SAMUEL J. RAND
617 Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Executor
3/1-11-18-25
FEUER & El Si: \STEIN Rtalto-l
Phone 5-7668 309 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
SPECIALIZING IN HOTEL INVESTMENTS
14 Years of Experience in Building Construction on Miami Beach
LEO EISENSTEIN W. L FEUER
FIRST TIME IN THE SOUTH
him iiiii
in
II
in
III
mill
E0IIHII
STRICTLY KOSHER SALAMI
MINNEAPOLIS. MINN.
The Best in the West Since 1890
The Quality is More Than Skin Deep
ASK FOR IT AT YOUR FAVORITE STORE
Sole Distributor
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343 Jefferson Avenue Miami Beach. Fla.
PHONE 5-3457
I.
The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH
The Only Community-Wide Kuhruth Association
Participating Agency of the
GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION
Organiied by the following Congregations and their Rabbis:
Miami Beach Jewish Community CenterRabbi I. Lehrman
Temple Beth SholomRabbi L. Kronish
Beth El CongregationRabbi M. Grauer
Beth David CongregationRabbi M. Shapiro
Congregation Beth TfilahRabbi J. E. Rackovsky
Announces that our Director, Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, will
answer all questions appertaining to Kashruth in the Greater
Miami Area. His address is 818 Michigan Avenue, phone 5-3595.
Harry Sirkin. Pre*. H. Sootin. Secy.
A. M. Bear. Vice Pres. S. Lobel. Trees.
Mrs. A. A. Hayden
will be presented to all guests,
according to Mrs. Glasser.
In special commemoration of
Dr. Wise's birthHnv. the group
will offer scholarships to teachers
in Dade County who wish to take
night courses in methods and ma-
terials in inter-group education.
Welcoming the guests will be
Mrs. Glasser: Mrs. Leonard Glick-
man, president of the Beach Chap-
ter: Mrs. A. A. Hayden, president
of the Miami Chapter; Mrs. Wil-
liam Loeb. chairman of the jour-
nal ads for the Beach and her co-
chairman, Mrs. Arthur Kimmel;
Miami journal ad chairman, Mrs.
Herbert E. Scher.
FOURTH ANNUAL
DADE
COUNTY FAIR
Starts Today
FOR 10 DAYS
AT CIRCUS GROUNDS
N. W. 8th Ave. and 28th St.
15 Acres of Horticulture,
Educational and Industrial
Exhibits.
Brilliant Midway
FREE ENTERTAINMENT
Afternoon and Night
Sponsored by
MAHI TEMPLE SHRINE
Adults 50 cents
Children 25 cents
DON'T MISS THE
DADE
COUNTY FAIR
MARCH 4-13
THE ONE AND ONLY
Michel
Rosenberg
ATTABOY GETZE1
LARRY BEST
Sensational Comedian
THE BARRY
SISTERS
Stars of Stage and Radio
Better Known As The
BAGLEMAN SISTERS
LAST SHOW AT 11:30
FAMOUS
ROUMANIAN
CUISINE
Dinner Served From t P.M.
ROUMANIAN
Theater Restaurant
1610 Alton. Miami Beach
5-2156. 5-2157
CEJWIN CAMPS
PORT JERVIS. N. Y.
Established 1919
Idt-al Jewish Camps for Roys and
("iris. Sabbath and Dietary Laws
observed. All sports, aesthetic
activities. Send for
Descriptive Booklet
Rates: $375 for the season
TRULY NOLEN. President
ECONOMY EXTERMINATORS
wh specialize TERMITE CONTROL
5-YEAR
GUARANTEE
5-3444
41st Street and Prairie At*.
Miami Beach
Miami Phone 2-2555
INSPECTION


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at the Baldwin Organ FREE DOOR PRIZES FOR EVERYONE The Finest In APPLIANCES RADIO TELEVISION Above: An..tl KM view ol the Souths most be lUlilul appliance and radii i television store ttolow: The Radio Television Department whennationally famous television md radm -tots are displayn.l loi y.ui selection Al left: A general view o I the 'Fngidaire Room" wheie a complete selection ol all ol the matchless Frig idaire Appliances is displayed in rolorful. pleasant surroundings. N OW everyone is saying "Miami has nevei seen any thing like it"! (feme see (or yourseli why our new ston • is being acclaimed as the most beautiful mosl complete oi its kind In the South a store all (.reatei Miamians can be proud of. And remembei we leature the best in merchandise the best in prompt, efficient, courteous service. You can "Buy with confidence from Billings"! APPLIANCES'INC FRIGID A l R E 3361 S. W. 3rd AVE. "CORAL WAY AT FIVE POINTS" To Pronenl Jawtah Film TinMiami Beach Chaptrr of Mlzrachl Woim-ii will present the movie, "Overture t.> Qloxy," star rinR Moishe Oysher, tomorrow nii'iit iii I', o'clock iit tinCongre Kutinn lirili .I... nil A variety pro c.i.iin will luiinw the screen (are Admission is 50c Mid proceeds will go towards the construction of homes (or children in Israel. Tickets will be avuilablc at the door. Chas*ai f lr-lrt. Gamala. *\ *LO Luchy Strlka. Ola •-• Qold. Philip Moms. Carton Kools. M.iinuh 0 f io packs Tarayton. ate. ALL POSTAQE AND INSURANCE PAID ON %  • CARTONS OH MORE I. CAMIONS % %  o / CARTONS llluo 10 CARTONS 116.00 D. W. WOOD SALES CO. 2477 Callow Ay, laltimora. MS. Custom Mode Lingerie 230 N.E. 2nd Ave C A M V S I O \ Y II O 1.1. O W FOR BOYS AND (.11(1 •, In lha haarl of lha Pocono Mir, In northern Ptnna., Buahklll. Pa. All Land and Watar Sporla > *> li Miami luiya at Ihsli favorlta %  perl .1 bi.iny Hollow (.AMI* 111 *4/n (in. iii.I. MM '.I UNI V l.MI I Nlll MO 11 III N I First Ava. lal if UI.'U Splsndld Alhlallr Program Dalusa ArronirnodaCiona Kuihtr Cmaina ./•wish Cullural Program Masulant Physician Uryi.ln nl NulH Moraaliai a Hiding Laundry al Morsalia* a Muling) MM A MMS H. SLLIS ISaM S.W. 131 h Ava. I rl • Ml A JTUdiaae. foi fvccfUfui Men! £arie£UieMi Hal Ha Rttofuct 2


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it Week... Read the Startling Series on Jewish Anti-Semitism in Oar Community exwil^lbJEJIiDipidliiaun |£22— NUMBER 9 Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. MARCH 4. 1949 PRICE TEN CENTS lontroversy Ends As Board Accepts icy Decision On Morgenthau-Montor W YORK, (JTA>—The controversy over the administrate United Jewish Appeal ended here last niqht with a the board of directors of the United Palestine Appeal to a Jewish Aqency executive decision which returns Morgenthau, Jr., to the general chairmanship of the 1949 and Henry Montor • Bive jcecutive directorship, lote at last night's meeting [in favor of accepting the executive's decision and Jtentions. The abstainees kupporters of Dr. Abba Silver, who recently reborn the Agency executive be U.J-A. decision. Judge Rothenberg, national „ of the Jewish National 'the U.S., was named actItional chairman of the succeeding Herman L. in, fe the meeting, Dr. Silver that he had recommendj supporters on the U.P.A. hat they abstain from votIhe Agency executive's de|n his statement to his supDr. Silver called the I's action "unwarranted inRon." He also declared: ause we were thus conwith a lamentable fait lli, we had no other re[than to advise our friends in from voting at the neeting. We did not wish to prolong the controvthe other hand, we could brove the action which was (We wish it clearly underIthat those who have deabsolute control over the ;n and those of the exof the Jewish Agency Spitulated to such demands bow assume full responsipf tho campaign." Morgenthau, Jr., former y of the Treasury, anhis acceptance of the into serve as general chairthe 1949 Campaign of the Jewish Appeal which him from the leaders of vish Agency for Palestine, Int Distribution Committee, kited Palestine Appeal and the United Service for New Americans. At the same time, Mr. Morgenthau announced that he had named Henry Montor to conduct the nationwide campaign under his leadership. The announcement of his acceptance brought to a successful conclusion the efforts during the past several months of all Jewish groups to persuade Mr. Morgenthau to head the campaign for 1949. Mr. Morgentnau paid tribute to Mr. Montor as "an executive of extraordinary ability and the best fund-raiser for Israel and the other causes represented in the United Jewish Appeal." Pledging all elements in the Jewish populathe 1949 campaign, he called upon all element in the Jewish population to "go forward in a spirit of unity." Morgenthau stressed extraordinary needs this year of Joint Distribution Committee, United Palestine Appeal and United Service for New Americans. He said: "The task in 1949 challenges the utmost in effort and generosity of every one of us. Never in history has any generation of Jews been given the opportunity to achieve so much in so limited a time. We have before us the privilege and the responsibility of bringing at least 250,000 Jews into Israel in 1949. We must keep the gate of Israel open in 1949. We must empty the DP camps in 1949. These two tasks must take priority in the American Jewish community budget." ADL Institute Is Set For March 13 Dr. Maurice A. Goldberg of Washington, D. C, president of District Grand Lodge No. 5 B'nai B'rith and Julius Fisher of Roanoke, Virginia. District No. 5 secretary will be in Miami Beach to participate in the all-day institute commemorating the 178th anniversary of Thomas Paine's "The Right of Man." The B'nai B'rith leaders will make a one-day visit to this area to participate in the program to be conducted by Benjamin R. Epstein, national director of the Anti-Defamation League. The panel discussion will be concerned with the current status of anti-Semitism in the United States and the audience will be invited to ask Epstein questions. Harold Turk and David R. Isen have been named as co-chairmen of the program committee. They will be assisted by Milton A. Friedman, Irving Cypen, Mark Silverstein, John Kronenfeld, Martin Rosen, Leonard Spiegel, A. J. Kaplan, Miss Frieda Schiffman, Mrs. Annette Goldin, Mrs. Helen Miller, Irving Frankel. Reservations are now being made for the special award luncheon at 1 p.m. Sunday, March 13. The public is invited to attend the sessions of this first annual ADL institute. Sanford Swerdlin and Jerome Weinkle will head the publicity, radio and promotion committee and will be assisted by Mrs. Herman Fisher and Miss Charlotte Sandier. Announcement of other committee appointments will follow shortly. Israel Renews Application For UN Membership; Asks Early Action LAKE SUCCESS. (JTA)—The Israeli government this week renewed its application for membership in the United Nations. In a letter to U.N. Secretary-General Trygve Lie, Aubrey S. Eban, Israeli representative to the U.N., filed the application which requested Security Council action in time for the General Assembly "to make its decision at its resumed session in April." Commenting on the prospects of the application, an Israeli spokesman here called attention to the progress the Israeli government has made in the diplomatic world since its application—the first one—fell two votes snort of adoption by the Security Council in Paris last year. He pointed out that in Paris only three members of the 11-nation Security Council had accorded Israel recognition. As the council is now constituted, ten of its members—all but Egypt —have recognized the Tel Aviv regime. Hialeah-Miami Israeli-Lebanese Newsbrief Grant Stockdale, candidate for the state legislature on the Democratic ticket, defeated the Republican nominee, M. Duncan Held by more than 5,000 votes Springs Jewish Center Planned Formal organization of the Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish Community Center is expected at a meeting to be held in the next few weeks. Preliminary steps toward forming the group were taken at a meeting in the Hialeah City Hall Tuesday night. At that time Mrs. Mary Seligman was named temporary chairman. Eighty-seven persons who attended the meeting signed the resolution authorizing the group to seek a charter. The list will be open until next week so that additional charter members may sign. A number of Homestead residents who plan a similar organization were present at the meeting. Sam Shankman of Homestead spoke to the group. Attorney Louis Heiman has volunteered to work on the legal draft of the charter application, which will be presented for final 'action in about two weeks. Beach Will Vote On Bond Issue Tuesday Miami Beach freeholders will go to the polls Tuesday to vote on the $1,481,000 bond issue. The voters will decide whether the city will embark on the program of street lighting and storm sewer extension halted by the war. $850,000 of the bond issue is earmarked for the lighting project, while $650,000 is slated to go towards the sewer extension, cent plus one of the freeholders must vote their approval before the issue can pass. This means that some 2,300 freeholders must affix their "yes" to the ballot Tuesday. Armistice Talks Begun This Week TEL AVIV, (JTA)—Armistice negotiations between Israel and Lebanon opened officially this week at Ras el Nakura, on the Israeli-Lebanese frontier, a government spokesman announced. At the same time, it was announced that Israel's delegation to the armistice talks with Transjordan at Rhodes had been named and entered into negotiations on Tuesday. King Abdullah, having lost Gaza to the Egyptians in the recently concluded Israeli-Egyptian armistice, seeks an alternative outlet to the Mediterranean sea and will ask for the port of Jaffa. If the Jews refuse to yield Jaffa, formerly Arab-controlled port on the Mediterranean, it is believed Abdullah will try to negotiate with Egypt for permission to use the Gaza port. Transjordan also is understood to be asking Israel for the former Arab cities of Lydda, Bethlehem^ Ramie, Beersheba and Hebron. Meanwhile, the evacuation of Egyptian troops from the Faluja area was reported continuing this week following an earlier delay due to technical difficulties. It is expected that evacuation of Faluja will be completed soon. The Egyptians have imposed a news blackout on the Faluja operation and have barred all newspapermen and photographers from entering the area. Lawrence To ik Xext Week Barbara Lawrence, noted fork civic leader, will spend week here speaking in lof the 1949 Combined Jew|peal. i on Mrs. Lawrence's schedfcn appearance at the JewJvision cocktail party to be Sunday afternoon at 3 at the home of Mr. and Joseph Hichter, 4666 North oad, Miami Beach. is head of the Jewelry bn. Members of his commitfclude Saul Belenke, Arthur | Philip Bernstein, J. Rab*, Dave Bass, Joe Bernstein, petzig, nan Richter, Norman Louis Newman, Sigmund erg, Lester Korshak, Louis nan, Irving Efseroff, Abe May Paul and Joseph ler. [New Yorker will make her appearance at the Food on dinner which will be held ay evening at 6 o'clock at nelborne Hotel. and Ben Silver are i of the Food Division r e. Also included are Melveinkle, Leonard Jacobus, m Dok.


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PAGE FOURTEEN 9-Jenist F/crid'tan FRIDAY, MARCH 4. 1949 ;i Book Review Otzar II;. I I.Mini By Rabbi J. A. Cohen Reviewed by Rabbi Dr. Lazar Schonfeld We live in an age of collecting and systematizing of all that the best minds have had to say in all fields of knowledge. Human culture is becoming so complicated, diversified, and of such a wide range that we get lost in the jungle of science. Therefore the many encyclopedias and compendiums which make it possible to get clear orientation in every field of human knowledge. If this is true of secular knowledge surely it is true of our religious literature which looks back three thousand years, and has to cover the sayings of thousands of sages in the Talmud, and midrashim and manuscripts in the most famous libraries. Rabbi J. A. Cohen of Chicago has undertaken one of the most difficult tasks,—he has collected all the sayings, wisdoms and interpretations concerning the Psalms which can bo found in all the ancient Hebrew literature. To every chapter, verse and word he adds the sayings of our sages. Psalms were the most liked book of our sages. They found in every word a source of inspiration and teaching. The Psalms are the highest and deepest expression of a believing Jewish soul. All the peoples of the world look to the Psalms for inspiration and devotion, faith and the love of God. How much more did our sages and forefathers look into every word of the Psalms for the revelation of Jewish ethics, law, faith ai d trusl in God. They studied the Psalms for their own spiritual recreation and elevation. Rabbi Cohen is the first who has called .''11—yes ings of all of our sages taken from all the written post-Biblical and atcepted writings His work is to appear in seven volumes. Two of tl e mare already available, and have received universal commendation from Rabbis and scholars. All those who are anxious to have that monumental work are eagerly awaiting the appearance of the other five volumes. The author. Rabbi Cohen, is spending the winter at Miami Beach, at "16 Michigan Ave., and will be glad to meet those interested in his work. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .. NOTICE IS HERKHY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring t" engage in business under the fictitious name' Bond Cleaners & Laundry at 27U ('.mud Ave., Coconut (.rove, Floriao, Intends to register said name with .1 e Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ROSA UK LOWE Sole Owner MYERS. HKIMAN ft KAPLAN 6.1O Seybold uidg Attorney! for Applicant 3/4-11-18-26 4/1 LEGAL NOTICE IN Til NOTICE TO APPEAR CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOR DADE COUNTY. |N CHANCERY. Ni NOTICE TO APPEAR IX THE CIRCC1T COURT OF .HE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCIMT. IN AND FLORIDA. 122670. ESTHER WILLIAMS. Plaintiff, vs. JAMES WILLIAMS, Defendant, T(>: JAMES WILLIAMS Address: UNKNOWN YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to file an appearance In the above still for divorce on the 2 ? ih day of March, 1949, otherwise, the allegations of said bill will be taken as confessed by you This order Is to be published 111 the JEWISH FLORIDIAN oni ach week for four MI consecutive ei k*. This the 26 dnv of February. 1949. I'. 11 LEATHERMAN, Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal! Bv W'M. W STOCKING. Deputy Clerk, JOSEPH II QANZ 74s Seybold Building Miami, Florida Attorney for Plaintiff J '4-11-18-2.1 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND PORDADE1 COUNTY. FLORIDA. %  IN CHANCERY. No. 122S96. MALI BERGMAN. Plaintiff, vs. MAX BERGMAN, Defndant, You. MAX BERGMAN. 280 Port WMSI.II.KI"" Avenue, .New York, N< York, are notified to file your appearance In the above cause '"',', n \'; ;;f „„ the 21st day of March. A D. ll. otherwise decree pro confesso will bo entered against you. Dated this M day ol February, %  V I_) 1949 E. II. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal! ,.,.„MBy M. C. FEIGE, Deputy Clerk. MILTON A FRIEDMAN Attorney at Law 1023 Seybold Building Miami, Florida J 18-23 3 4-U NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of LAD AND LASSIE at 645 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, Intend to register "aid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Lade County, Florida. JEROME RUBIN I.VI'IA ANN RUBIN JACK A ABBOTT Attorney for iwners 3 i-n-is-: 1 .-, 1 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious nan..' nf Als Delicatessen at 70S S.W. 27th Avenue. Miami. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I'ade County, Florida. ALFRED L. DIAMOND AronovlU, Welnkle & Aronovlts Attorneys for Applicant :v Seybold Building 2/18-25 3M-11-18 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE UTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 122332. II VROLD CRING, Plaintiff, va. SARAH CRING, Defndanl You, SARAH CRING, 26 South Avenue, Beacon, New York, are notified to file youi appeal an. e i" the above r dl\ on • %  >'ii the 2ist day of Mai • It, A 1'. 1949, othei Ise decrei pro confesso will be entered against \ oil. Dated this 11th day of February, A.D. : ; 1:. It LEATHERMAN, Clerk. (Circuit LVurt Seal) By M C. FEIGE, Deputy Clerk. MILTON A FRIEDMAN Attorney .'i !-• Seybold Building .Miami, Florida 2 ls-2 %  3 4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name oi Tomlnmi Hotel Bar at 201 West Flagler Street, Miami, Fla., intend'to register said nun.' with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of 1'.oi.County, Florida. LEONARD LEVIN JOSEPH I. Gl "'LMAN HARRY DIETZ Attorney for Applicants 2 I8-2S 3 4-ll-ls ORDER FOR PUBLICATION all the savIN THE cue TIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No, 122674 RAE GOLDMAN, Plaintiff, va WILLIAM GOLDMAN, Defendant. TO: WILLIAM GOLDMAN Address unknown Vi T ARE HEREBY ORDERED to file your appearance to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce, filed aealnst you by RAK GOLDMAN, on or before the 2s day of March, 194!'. otherwlsi the allegations of said Bill will be taken as confessed by you Dated this 24 day ..f Maul.. A.D. 1949. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. LEGAL NOTICE MARION BROOKS Solicitor for Plaintiff 819 oiympia Building Miami. Florida 2.2:, 3/4-11-18 STOCK INC. Deputy Clerk NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, denlrinc to engage in business under the fictitious name of Southeastern Plastic Distributors at 261 X w 27th Terrace, Miami, Fla.. me with the NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COPRT OF THE 11TII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 1222M. MILDRED STEINBERG, Plaintiff, vs. WILFRED STEINBERG, Defendant. YOU, WILFRED STEINBERG. 557 Christopher Avenue, Brooklyn, Xew | intends to register said 11a York, are notified to file your appearC ,,,rk of '"•' Circuit Cm ance 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. 1919. E. P. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Plaintiff I0S8 Seybold Building 2 11-18-26 3/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Florida Chemical and Supply Company at :,4"i West Flagler Street, Miami, Fla., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, SEYMOUR HI.NKES Sole Owner 2/85 V4-11-18-25 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FI/ORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No, 122729 EVELYN DRISCOLL, Plaintiff, vs. MAURICE DRlscoi.L. Defendant THE STATE OF FLORIDA: To: MAURICE DRISCOLL 630 lsham Street New York. New York You are hereby notified and ordered 10 appear to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce filed against you In the abovestyled cause on or before the 3nth day of March. 1949, otherwise a Decree Pro ("..nfcssi. will be entered against J ou. DATED this 2S day of February, 148 E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. i 'ircuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIGE. Deputy Clerk. SAM SILVER Solicitor for Plaintiff 1703 Congress Building Miami 32. Florida 3 l 11-18-26 urt of County, Florida ABE KATZEN MARX FABER Attorney for Applicant 412 Congress Bldg. 2/28 8/4-11-18-26 Dad. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business nailer the fictitious name of Ace Music Company, not Inc at 644 N.W. :.tii Ave., Miami, Florida, innd to register said name with the ci.rk of the circuit Court of Dade iunty, Florida, HARRY SILVERMAN JOSEPH MOONEY HARRY DIETZ Attorney for Appli. ants Congress Bldg 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 2212 1 In Re: ESTATE OF Shirley I. De Anno.nl. Deceased. To All Creditors and All Persons Having claims or Demands Against Said Estate You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you. or .iiher of yoi ay have against the estate of Shirley L. De Armond deceased late of Knox County, Tennessee, to the Hon W '!•' Blanton, County Judge of Dade County, and file the same In his office in the County Courthouse in Dad.County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of (he first publication hereof. Said claims or demands lo contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will !„. barred. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Date I', biliary IT AD, 1949 „, MAX R. SILVER. As Anclllnry Administrator, I'TA of the Est ite ,,f SHIRLEY DE ARMOND, Deceased W ASM AN, SILVER & SAKOWITZ Attorneys f..r Ancillary Adminlstt ator C.T \ 2 is-:'.-, :; 4_JI L. NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DAM: COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No 122.281-B. AYARES SMALL LOAN CO., INC., a Florida corporation, Plaintiff \s LEWIS D. CESNER and MARY E CESNER. his wife. Defendants. TO: LEWIS CESNER and MARY CESNER Address Unknown Cambridge, Ohio YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED TO APPEAR to the Bill of Complaint of Mortgage Foreclosure filed against you In the above styled cause. ,„. oi betore March 23, 1949, which mortgage encumbers the following described personal property, situate and being in Dade County, Florida, to-Wit: 1 Platform Rocker 1 Cabinet Creen Rug Desk Frlgidaire Metal Top Table, 2 Chairs Metal Cabinets Desk Dressers Hot I'late Wardrobes and 1 Chair Double beds, springs anil mattresses Chairs 2 Tables Otherwise the allegations of said Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed by you. Dated at Miami, Florida this 24 day of February, 1949. E. B. LEATHERMAN, £ lerk of the Circuit Court (Circuit Court Seal) By M 3 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN Till: CIRCUIT COURT FOR DADE ',.''' NT V '•"'•'"'".A IN CIIANCERY, No 12262 I VKTTA TRUBIN, Plaintiff, va SAMUEL TRUBIN, Defendant To: SAMUEL TRUBIN you ARE ORDERED Appearance to the Bill filed against you, on March 28 1848 otherwise, said bin will be t.-,k confessed by vou I 'efendant i to file your for Divorce n as Dated: tins ::: A.D. 1949 E B. 1 • i k of (Circuit Court Sea By R day of February. LEATHERMAN the Cu,, m Court II RICE, .1R.. WALTER c KOVNER D PUt1 C,W *Mtorney for plaintiff 2 25 S 1-1 l is LILLIAN MOSLEY MAXSON PlainDe'fendant STAX, KV ,; "***>* %  T VS T AN P BT K MAXSON 1' 17th Avenue Paterson, New Jeraey ill', otherwise a Decree Pro rv f *?5?5 m ^. e '"''ed agaTnst C "' ^ted^h.s 17th day you of February, MARX M FABER Attorney for Plaintiff 413 Congress Building Miami, Florida 2/23 3/4-11-18 C. FEIGE. Deputy Clerk E. B. LEATHERMAN. CUlt Court S.a!; rk C CUlt Court By M. C. FEIGE. MARION BROOKS DePU,y Clerk R2 le Jf r for Plaint iff '" oiympia Rldg II 2E 3 i-ii LEGAL NOTICE ORDER OF PUBLICATION IV THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FI/DRIDA.IX CHANCERY. No. 122406 MORRIS BREZINSKT, Plaintiff, va. \.NNA BREZIXSKY. Defendant. TO ANNA BREZIXSKY. 8301 Bay Parkway, Brooklyn, New York. You are hereby ordered to file your appearance or answer to the bill of complaint for divorce filed against you by MORRIS BREZINSKY on or before the 22 day of March. 1949, otherwise the allegations of said bill will be taken as confessed wtnlnst you. DONE AND ORDERED this 17 day .., February, m* UEATHERMAN Clerk of tho Circuit Court. (Circuit Court £..0 R ^ JR Deputy Clerk. GEORGE J. TALIANOFF Solicitor for Plaintiff. 2 lS-2f. 3'4-11 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. 122440. MEYER BENNETT. Plaintiff, vs. LILLIAN BENNETT, Defendant. THE STATE OF FLORIDA: To LILL1AX BENNETT 11112 South I*nwndale Avenue Chicago, Illinois You arc hereby notified and ordered to appear to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce filed against you in the above-Styled cause on or before the 18 day of March, 11149; otherwise a Decree Pro Confesso Will be entered .ir.ill %  •'. you. DATED this 17 day of February, 1949. E B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M SAM SILVER Attorney for Applicant 1703 Congress Bldg. 3 18-25 11,4-11 C. FEIGE. Deputy Clerk. ORDER OF PUBLICATION IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11T1I JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY — IX CHANCERY, Xo. 122430. SHIRLEY JEAX WADSWORTH DeVIEW, Plaintiff, vs. ROBERT A. DeVIEW, Defendant. TO: ROBERT A. DeVIEW 210 S. Baglnaw Street l^ipeer, Michigan You, ROBERT A. DeVIEW, are hereby notified to file your appearance in the above cause for divorce on or before tho 22nd day of March, A.D. 1949, otherwise a Decree Pro Confesso will be enteretl against you. Dated: Feb. 17, 194ft. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By II C. FEIGE, Deputy Clerk. MARION BROOKS Solicitor for Plaintiff M9 Oiympia Bldg. 2/1X-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 Cumberland Trailer Park at S800 Southwest Sth Strict. Miami, Florida. Intends to register said name with the Cleric of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SAMUEL B. ROSEXSOX DANIEL F. PARIBER Attorney for Samuel B. RosensOD 2 18-26 3/4-11-18 NOTI NOTIC the unde business National nth St re register the C|r< Florida. MILTON Attorney 2 n-is-2: CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW E IS HEREBY GIVEN that rslgned, desiring to engage in under the fictitious name of Fish Market at 204 8. W. et. Miami, Fla., Intend to said name with the Clerk of ult Court of Dade County, AARON NEISS R( 'BERT FEI.IK ARTHUR J. KATZ A, FRIEDMAN for Applicants 3 4 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN IHI-: CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I IH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE ','.;,;.','^"1'V. IN CHANCERY, No. UITHSHADLE. Plaintiff, vs. FRED SHADLK, Defendant. VOU, FRED SHADLE, 230 Park M-S ^ft** 8 New Jersey, are notlned to file your Appearance In the above cause for Divorce, on or before March 14. 1949. or a Decree Pro i n ..*4X2 "'" '" %  "ntered against you. DATED: February in, 1949 it,.V '-BATHERMAN, Clerk. (C ireuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING, U-ASMAX. SILVER So^UT^ Attorneys for Plaintiff 9IS Seybold Building 2 11 -18-25 3/411 ... NOTICE TO CREDITORS 1 J"IV. ( NTY J'DGE-S COURT m^StJP I '"' m DADE COUNTY, 21896 !" IN I,ROBATE No 11 '1',•' % %  ',-ES TA J E OK IRVING R "l.( KRR, Deceased. int'ri r e 1,or and All Persons HavEst 1 '• r Dema nds Against Said nntir!Li a earh of you are hereby ns n ^"i' w ilred to P"nt any %  > -ns and demands which you. or M ,T. of Vi mi nav against the uL „ f „, In ". n R "e^ker deceased Flo, 1 a ^".7. B r ach Dade County. • U. to the Hon. W. F. Blanton >'" v Judge of Dade County, and Co.'.,, v r? m Z '" hlB offlce n "• Eb %  a ^, U K hou s i "' Dttd County, from ,h^^ ln e .'* h t *Iar months hereof e K d M* ? f tn ,ln,t Publication contlL ,^ alrt rl alm8 or demands to ant aid Vr? fcf* 1 i !" "" ot **' cUim r ,, ?J ,* worn to and Presented .. .?io a i d ,A 0r .* ame wUI >e bej-red. • Ct on 120 of the 1933 ProbateAct. Date January JL A.D. 1949 ^ ia„. B 1 J V ERLY BEtKER. h vlnsHR r l trlx 5 f tb Es,ate LEGAL NOTICE ORDER OF PUB! ir^7I~IN THE CIRCL'IT U c1ri'RT T J? N UTH JUDICIAL rmrvZ T HB FI>ORIDA. IN AND IY.O 11 ^ W COUNTY. IN • live.' D *DB 122260. CHANCERY, No MURRAY ROSENBERG Pl 0 i,„, LIBBE ROSENBEHC, S&S"' v YOU. LIBBE ROSENHKR?, 1 ^ Avenue "Y," BR()(IKI vv* Q v "2 YORK, are notified ^TLfl pearance In the above oauaiiE ft' vorce on or before March ?U*& or a Decree Pro Confew l n V."' tered against you. en DATED: February in 1940 (C.rcu,t E Co B ur^.T. ,E,{MA ^^. By WM. W. STOCKING WASMAN. S.I VER & sffiv?^ Attorneys for Plaintiff !" iWW, *l 918 Seybold Bldg. 2/11-18-26 3/4-11 NOT.CE UNDE^ncrlrTSSr NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th., the undersigned, desiring to encae. i v.""-"i Li 1 i nd ,r ,he f,r,l "* name of Max s Del catessen at 1131 West FW ler Street, Miami, n u .. intend register said name with the Cl.rv 2 Florid 0 *: 01 1 C Urt f Dade Un ^ MURRAY BUDNER LEON NAMOFF, Partners MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicants 2/11-18-25 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 Town and Beach Club at One Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County Florida. MILTOX S IRK IN ALEXANDER SIRKIX LEON SIRKIN ADELE ZIVITZ Partners 2/11-18-2.1 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 Esther Shop at 48 E. Flagler Street, Intend* to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SAMUEL SUTTOX 1/28 2/4-11-18-25 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, EI/JRIDA.IN CHANCERY, Case No 122137. GLORIA SANDAUER. Plaintiff, vs. WILLIAM SANDAUER, Defendant. To: William Sandaucr Care of Max Sandauer 300 West 44th Street New York City, New York You are hereby required to file an appearance |n the above action for divorce on or before the 9th day of March. 1949, otherwise, a Decree Pro Confesso will 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 HAROLD SHAPIRO Attorney for Plaintiff 2/11-18-25 3/4 STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT <>F TUB ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCl'IT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNT!. FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 122233. DORIS ABRAMSON. Plaintiff. v. JOE ABRAMSON. Defendant TO: JOE ABRAMSON' c/o Rice Hotel Houston, Texas On or before the 12th day of March, 1949, you are hereby notified to Mi your appearance or answer to tne BI of Complaint for Divorce In the above styled cause, otherwise paid Bill 01 Complaint for Divorce will he taken as confessed by you. This order published In the Jewish Florkllan. Miami, Florida. .„,„.. Dated this 10 day "f rebruar>. 1949 E. B. LEATHKUMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) KE]GE Deputy Clerk. GENET & GENET 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida Attorneys for Plaintiff 2/11-18-2* 3/4 ORDER OF PUBLICATION In THE CIRCUIT COURT 0FTB ELEVENTH JUDICIAL c'Kt-'i" OF'FI^RTDA. IN AND > FOR DAW COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY. !" 122090. _, ,,,. n, SYLVIA LEVITT. ," : ;"'' l '; t CARL J. ''KVITT^'cfcndant YOU. CARL J. I^ TT \ e w Tort. em Parkway. Brooklyn. e are notified to file your apijs In the above cause for •'*• A D before the 7th day of !" L W ||| 1949. or a Decree Pro Confesso AD B 49 B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) pEiOE. By M Deputy Clerk. WASMAN. SILVER & SAKOWITZ Attorneys „..„„ Suite 918 Seybold Building Miami, Florida 2/4-11-18-25 3/ NOT.CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME


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PAGE SIX +Jenisl> FJcridibn FRIDAY, MARCH 4. I Rabbi Zwitman Awarded Citation At Annual Brotherhood Banquet Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. spiritual leader of Temple Israel, was one of three Miamians to receive citations for "distinguished services for bettering human relations" from the Miami Round Table of the National Conference of Christians and Jews at the organization's annual Brotherhood banquet held at the Miami Woman's Club last week. Printed below is the address which the rabbi made at the banquet: "WHAT GOOD GOOD-WILL" I like the slogan of the National Council of Christians and Jews because it is realistic—"To make ance" is fast being replaced by ideals of "equality." My favorite example of social hypocrisy in the field of so-called "tolerance" is the story of the Italian and the Irishman who come before a judge. The Italian has a black eye and the judge inquires how this all happened. The Irishman answered, "You see you honor, this man and I were arguing about the Jews, I said they were wonderful people and he said they were no good, and we kept arguing and arguing"—the judge inIEADING NEGRO EDUCATOR JOINS FACULTY OF YESHIVA UNIVERSITY'S SCHOOL OF EDUCATION AND COMMUNITY ADMINISTRATION America safe for Religious differ"jected an opinion saying: "Well, if vou were both arguing, there ences"—is their motto. Not to steam-roller the different faiths into uniformity but, to allow for each one's varied role in the creation of the harmony which can result when each member of the religious symphony contributes his particular and individual part to the Major Opus which is America. It is necessary to be realistic and realize that "The Good Will Movement" is fighting an uphill fight against human pettiness and narrow prejudices. Psychologically it has been proven that in Nature as well as in Human Nature there is "A dislike for the unlike." Any group that dares be different even in a democracy is marked for discrimination. Economically the standard of living in a particular country determines the amount of economic discrimination. I think that the following parable is a classic illustration of my statement: On a certain island in the Pacific the ideals of brotherhood and good will are ideally practiced. was no need for getting violent and giving him a black eye." "You see, your honor," ans%vered the Irishman, "we were arguing about my friends the Jews, I said j they were good, he said they were j no good, but, when he finally said j to me that I like the Jews so | much. I must be one of them. I! hauled off a haymaker and socked ; him." Many are the limitations of good-will in practice, and we must not be discouraged nor be dismayed by the stumbling blocks on the road to brotherhood. Shining as a beacon for guidance is this ideal, best expressed by poet Markham's words: The crest and crowning of all good Life's final star is brotherhood For it will bring again to earth Her long lost poesy and mirth Will send new light on every face A great power upon the human race And till it comes we men are slaves And travel downward to the dust of graves. When a stranger comes to that Come clear the way, then, clear island and the crop that year is good, the natives eat the crop and give some of it to the stranger. But. on a year when the crop is very bad the natives eat the stranger. History is replete with many examples where when economically the books of a nation are in the red, the minority in its midst sees black. 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FflpAYj gMH 4, 1949 +Jenist Fhridian PAGE THREE Dr. Chaim Weizmann Sworn in As First Israeli President JERUSALEM. (JTA)-In the m ost improve ceremony in the L 2 000 vears of Jewish history, Dr Chaim Weizmann was this Ik sworn m as tne mst PresiS,Vf he State of Israel. Thousands of cheering men, women and soldiers and civilians, Sd the streets of this city as the Met Zionist statesman took his oath of office in the temporary nTtine hall of the Israeli ConSSSt Assembly. Dr. Weizrnann's election took place in the rtrlv hours of the morning. At 8 a m. local time a delegation of 12 Assembly members, renresenting every shade of opinion and partv-except the Heruth and th e Communists, but including Muchamed Elsabi Said Eldin, an Arab Assembly member—proceeded to Rehovoth to inform Dr. Weizmann that he had been elected Israel's chief of state. Receiving the delegation, Dr. Weizmann said: "You bring me the highest possible human honor, but my days decline and my health fails and I do not know whether I will be able to bear such a great responsibility, but one promise I cue you—I will not spare myself to fulfill my obligations." The President then shook hands with each member of the delegation. The Presidential party proceeded to Jerusalem under strong military escort and was preceded by an Army motorcycle unit. At Motza. throe miles from the Holy City, shouting crowds began to line the road for a glimpse of the President. The procession stopped outside a specially-erected "Gate of Honor"' where Jerusalem Mayor Daniel Auster welcomed Dr. Weizmann. Auster handed Dr. Weizmann a pair of scissors which the President used to cut a ribbon in front of the gate, symbolizing the reuniting of Jerusalem with the rest of Israel. The procession stopped in front of the Jewish Agency headquarters here. Dr. Weizmar.n was accompanied by bh o Inspector-General Yechezkicl Sacher and the Chief of Protocol. He inspected a guard of honor made up of units of the Army, Navy, Air Force and Women's Auxiliary Forces. The Police ) n ) 8600 Biscayne Blvd. MUSIC COCKTAILS DINNER SUPPER Reservations Phone PAUL 7-3831 band then played Hatikvah and President Weizmann and his party entered the Assembly hall in the Agency building. The Shofar was blown and flashbulbs exploded as Dr. Weizmann slowly entered the Assembly hall and took his seat. Joseph Sprinzak, Speaker of the Assembly, then rose and declared: "My President, we now proceed to swear thee in. I will now read the text of the oath to thee." Weizmann stood up and raised a trembling right hand and repeated: "I, Chaim Ben Ozer Weizmann, as President of the state, swear allegiance to the state of Israel and its laws." Rabbi I. Zwebner, a member of the Assembly, then pronounced the traditional "Shehecheyanu" blessing and Sprinzak exclaimed to the Constituent Assembly: "Long live the President!" The Assembly cheered for several minutes when Weizmann declared: "From a heart's depth full of joy and thrill and responsibility, I thank you for the honor of electing me as the first President of Israel. With all my heart and strength I will endeavor to fulfill my lofty assignment for the benefit of my brethren and for all the inhabitants of the country and to raise the prestige of our state. "Great is the task entrusted me," the President continued. "I am only flesh and blood and may God forbid that I fail in my needs, but do not regard me as an intentional sinner. This is a great hour in my life. I send blessings to all the inhabitants of the country and to the Jewish people throughout the world I know that anything done, or anything not done, will bring light or shadow to our entire nation. I am aware of the burden of responsibility which I now enter in fulfilling my duties as President." The only sounds heard during the speech were Dr. Weizmann's voice and the noise of movie cameras filming the Presidential inauguration. The members of the Assembly burst into applause when he wished Provisional Premier David Ben Gurion—who was absent from the proceedings on account of illness—a speedy recovery. After his address. Dr. Weizmann shook hands with most Assembly members—one of the first being Muchammed Edin Seif, an Arab. Accompanied by his Army escort, he went from the Assembly hall to the Hotel Eden for rest and a brief luncheon before returning to Rehovoth. Twenty-one gun salutes were fired throughout Israel while Dr. Weizmann was being sworn in. After the inauguration, members of the Assembly were tendered a recent ion by the Jerusalem municipality. Dr. Weizmann was elected on the first ballot after midnight by a vote of 83 to 15 for Prof. Joseph Klausner, who was nominated by the Heruth. Fifteen Assembly members abstained from voting while one ballot was declared invalid. In addition, six Assembly members were not present at the session. Four of the latter were out of the country. Before the voting, which was conducted by secret ballot, Eliezer Prai, representing Mapam, said that members of his party would cast their votes for Dr. Weizmann because of "his glorious past and his achievements and services for Zionism. Our voting for Dr. Weizmann does not mean that we support his political line." M. Ben Eliezer, speaking for the Heruth. said that his party representatives would vote against Dr. Weizmann because of "his treacherous defeatist policy. Speaking for the Sternists in the Assembly, Nathan FriedmanYellin declared that he would not vote for him because Dr. Weizmann "is too old to lead the nation and although he was yesterday's great teacher, he is today a small pupil." L. Wilber. Communist delegate, expressed oposition to both Weizmann and Klausner, because "they represent American imperialism." Just prior to the election. Rabbi Meir Berlin, world Mizrachi leader, withdrew his candidacy but demanded, on behalf of the Religious Bloc, that Dr. Weizmann be sworn in by Israeli Chief Rabbi Isaac Herzog to demonstrate the Jewish state's adherence to religion. Earlier, by an overwhelming majority, the Assemly approved a transitional law for Israel to be known as a "Little Constitution." One of the clauses includes a provision that the "President must sign every law except those dealing with his prerogatives." Menachem Beigin had proposed that the Israeli President's oath be an expression of allegiance not only to Israel but also to the "Jewish people." but his motion was defeated. Another proposal by Beigin called for the immediate transfer of the Israeli government to Jerusalem. This motion, too. was defeated. Sholem Lodge Will Hear Rabbi Kronish A program in observance of Brotherhood Week will be sponsored by Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith at their regular monthly meeting Tuesday at Temple Israel. 137 N.E. 19th St. Rabbi Leon Kronish of Temple Beth Sholom, recently returned from a trip to Israel, will be the featured speaker on the subject, "Brotherhood in Action — The Arab in Israel." Rabbi Kronish will tell of his first-hand observations of the inter-relationship between Arab and Jew in the new state of Israel. Upon conclusion of his talk, the Rabbi will answer questions from the audience reWest Miami Group Will Sponsor Purim Ball The West Miami Jewish Center will sponsor a Purim ball Saturday, March 19. at 8 p.m. at the Coral Gables Woman's Club. An orchestra will provide music for dancing and a Queen Esther contest will be held. Tickets are one dollar and proceeds will be used to make up the organization's part of the deficit of the United Jewish School. Reservations may be made by calling Mrs. Harry Klein, ticket chairman, at 4-4356. Next meeting of the group will take place Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock at 1000 S.W. 67th Ave. (rear of Silo's Sundry Store). Saul von Zamst will be guest speaker and refreshments will be served. Benefit Purim Party A Purim party for the benefit of the Yeshiveth Rabbi Cook of Jerusalem Bnai Brock Israel will be held Tuesday, March 8, at 2 p.m. at Beth Jacob Svnagogue. garding the inter-racial tensions i Several pr0 minent cantors and ln Jl? r %  J .u 'speakers will appear on the proreSn^Se? £££*& I "am. Admi ill be 50 cents, will present Rabbi Kronish to the Sholem Lodge audience for tl^e first time. The lodge will hold its annual election of officers. Sholem women will meet in a brief business session in the same hall prior to the program and will join the men's lodge to hear the address by Rabbi Kronish. A report will be heard by E. Albert Pallot. president of the Greater Miami B'nai B'rith Council on the ADL Institute to be sponsored by B'nai B'rith on Sunday. March 13, at the Roney Plaza Hotel. County Fair Will Open Tonight Dade county's fourth annual fair, sponsored by Mahi Shrine Temple in conjunction with the Dade County Commission and the State Department of Agriculture, will open tonight at 7 p.m. at the circus grounds, N.W. 8th Ave. and 28th St. More than 500 industrial, agricultural and educational exhibits will be featured, together with James E. Strates" midway of rides and amusements. With the theme "Know South Florida." Robin B. Mulloy. chairman of the event, 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 particular emphasis will be placed on the wealth of South Florida's back country—fruit, vegetables, cattle and poultry. The fair is expected to be the largest ever staged here with the former Redland District Tropical Fruit and Vegetable festival becoming a division of this year's event. 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FRIDAY, MARCH 4. 1949 *Jenisfifk>ridFiajn PAGE ELEVEN The One-Hundredth Anniversary Of The English-Jewish Weekly Press In America My PHILIP SLOMOVITZ o-pcident, American Association of English-Jewish Newspapers Presiut Editor, The Detroit Jewish News There Jewish are several stages in journalism in which Ladino (Judeo-Spanish), German Hebrew. Yiddish and English were the language media. The first Jewish periodical in the world, which made its appearance at about the same time that the general European press was born was published in the Ladino language, in Amsterdam, in 1678, under the name Gazeta de Amsterdam. It is interesting to note that the second Jewish publication in the world on record was published in 1687, also in Amsterdam, in Yiddish, and was known as the Tuesday and Friday Couran t. It was short-lived—it survived only 16 months—and its text was in the Judeo-German known as Ivre Taitsch, its actual name having been Dinstagishi und Freitagishi Courantin. In the following century, Hebrew publications began to make their appearance. Moses Mendelssohn published a Hebrew weekly Kohelet Musar, in 1750. During the Haskalah period, Hebrew dailies were published and were the media for spreading modern ideas among Jewish communities, meanwhile setting into motion the movement for the revival of the language of the Bible. Towards the end of the last century, Yiddish dailies assumed the leadership and became the dominant factors in guiding the thinking of the Jewish masses throughout the world. This was as true of the United States as it was of European countries. In this country and in Poland the Yiddish dailies predominated, although newspapers and periodicals also appeared in other languages in the Jewish communities of both countries. There were Polish and Hebrew journals in Poland. In the United States, Jewish periodicals apeared in German, Hebrew and Ladino. La Vara, a Ladino periodical, edited by Albert S.Torres, was published in New York from 1922 to 1948, and it was only about a year ago that this JudeoSpanish weekly finally ended an interesting existence in the declining community of Spanish Jews. Prior to the era of Yiddish journalism in America, there were a number of German-Jewish periodicals and attempts also were made to foster a Hebrew press. At present, there is one Hebrew weekly, Hadoar, now prospering, in its 26th year, under the editorship of Menahcm Ribalow. There are four Yiddish dailies—the Forward, Der Tog, Yiddisher Morgen Journal and Freiheit. Daily Yiddish newspapers at one time appeared in Philadelphia, Chicago and Cleveland. Yiddish weeklies, offshoots of the earlier daily newspapers, still are circulated. But in the main the Yiddish press began to decline with the cessation of immigration to this country. A new era, although slowmoving, therefore began for the Jewish newspaper published in English. The first English-Jewish periodlcal published in English in this country was The Occident and American Jewish Advocate which made its appearance in Philadelphia in April of 1843 under the editorship of the able Rabbi Isaac Utter of Congregation Mikvah RKK The cciden t. about which Kabbi Leeser reported that "we emulate scarcely above 510," for years struggled to advance and in German, was a monthly publication. The first English-Jewish weekly newspaper to make its appearance in this country was The Asmonean, which was published in New York by Robert Lyon in 1849. From that year, therefore, begins the history of the Jewish weekly press in America, published in the English language. The Asmonean, a "family journal of commerce, politics, religion and literature," lasted only nine years. Before it suspended publication it added occasional German supplements. These were indications of the prevalence of German as the language used by the Jews in the United States at that time. But its beginning marked the introduction of an important factor in American journalism—the English-Jewish press —which today is acknowledged as one of the most powerful factors for good in American and Jewish life in this country. There were approximately 50.000 Jews in the United States in the year of the birth of the English-Jewish Press. New York and Philadelphia were the largest Jewish centers of population. The first English-Jewish monthly magazine was issued in Philadelphia, while New York saw the birth of the first English-Jewish weekly —Robert Lyon's The Asmonean. A new cultural center was rising, however, in Cincinnati, where Rabbi Isaac Mayer Wise was laying the foundation for the Reform synagogues and for Hebrew Union College. In 1854 Rabbi Wise founded the oldest surviving Jewish weekly. He called it The Israelite; in 1874 it assumed its present name, The American Israelite. Early beginnings in Jewish population expansion in this country are evidenced by the fact that an English-Jewish weekly, Jewish Times and Observer, edited by M. S. Levy and William Saalburg, was published in San Francisco from 1855 to 1905. Another early English-Jewish weekly, The Jewish Messenger, established in New York in 1857, was absorbed by the American Hebrew in 1903. The latter, for many years among the more popular weeklies, has changed publishers and editors many times in the past 20 years. The American Hebrew first made its appearance under its own name in 1879. Among the other more popular weeklies in the EnglishJewish periodical field, all of whom, like the American Hebrew, had declined from their earlier standings, were The Reform Advocate which was edited by Dr. Emil Hirsch, in Chicago, and The Hebrew Standard, later merged with the Jewish Tribune, which also bas absorbed by The American Hebrew. The Jewish Exponent of Philadelphia, The Jewish Criterion of Pittsburgh, The B'nai B'rith Messenger of Los Angeles, The Jewish Community Bulletin of San Francisco, The Jewish Review and Observer of Cleveland. The Jewish Advocate of Boston are among the oldest English-Jewish weeklies in America. Among the better known weekly newspapers established in the last 40 years are The Sentinel of Chicago, Intermountain Jewish News of Denver, Pittsburgh Jewish Outlook, and numerous other effective publications. At present, 51 English-Jewish weeklies are published in 43 cities in 33 states. There are two Jewish news services—the Jewish Telegraphic Agency and Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. The Independent Jewish Press Service folded two months ago after about 12 years of circulating news and feature articles. The American Association of English-Jewish Newspapers, organized six years ago, includes in its ranks the leading EnglishJewish periodicals. The association uses the term English-Jewish instead of the previous reference to Anglo-Jewish papers in order to differentiate between Jewry's English newspapers published in America and those appearing in England. The American Jewish community in the days of the Asmonean numbered 50,000. Today, we are the largest Jewish community in the world, with a population of more than 4,750,000. The important role played by American Jewry in the rebirth of the state of Israel is ascribable, in great measure, to the influence of the English-Jewish press which has assumed an important place in the moulding of public opinion in this country and in advancing the most liberal causes. A new era begins for the English press in 1949—the first year of the second century of this press, whose beginnings were with the Asmonean in 1849. Dr. Widdersheim To Head So. Fla. Optometric Assn. Recently elected president of the South Florida Optometric 'association is Dr. Jack M. Widdersheim of Coral Gables who succeeds Dr. Mason Pace as the organization head. Other officers include Dr. A. C. Wilhelm, Jr., Fort Lauderdale, vice president; Dr. Emanuel Pushkin, Miami, secretary, and Dr. Don Conant, Miami, treasurer. The board of directors includes Dr. Pace, Dr. Leonard Glickstein of Coral Gables, Dr. Robert Bradford, Dr. R. C. Garvin and Dr. S. G. Schneider, Miami Beach. Established two years ago, the Optometric association includes members practicing in both Dade and Broward counties. Objectives^ of the group include raising of I educational standards and encouragement of visual research. During the past year, the SFOA | has sponsored such activities as an extensive motorists' vision campaign to increase safety on the highways. < Dr. Jack M. Widdershetm Carol Trinkoif Elected To Lear School Office Carol Trinkoff was installed as president of the General Organization of the Lear School at a party February 18. Other officers are Harriet Karasin, vice president, and Bunchie DuBois, secretary-treasurer. A large group of friends and alumni attended the party, which featured square dancing on the lawn and swimming. New president of the school's senior class is Audrey Silberfein. Other senior class officers include Sally Blaushild, vice president, and Marilyn Rockwitt, secretarytreasurer. 26 cultural Jewish ideals and to clary religious issues. But The OcJvu' llke earlier periodicals I?""* appeared both in English §• •!. Freedman HEBREW BOOK STORE W WMhinoton AT., Miami Beach Between Fourth and Fifth Sts. Hebrew Religious Supplies U s m y na aoffu*i and Prlrale "•• Alto for Hebrew Schools. CIBD "DID Telephone 5-9017 Ufa Ineurence Eatataa Authoritatively Programmed NAT GANS Metropolitan Life Ina. Co. 907 Blacayne Bidg. 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PAGE TEN *Jenisti fkridfiati FRIDAY, MARCH I > Yiddish Theatre On the Air W1NZ (940 on Your Dial) EVERY SUNDAY 12:00 Noon to 1:30 P. M. EVERY TUESDAY 6:00 to 7:00 P. M. Yiddish Classical Hour EVERY SUNDAY A Variety of Stare in the Latest Recordings Available CLASSICAL—LITURGICAL AND FOLK MUSIC Listen to our New Feature Yiddish Theatre On the Air M. Nasatir, Program Director House Gets Bill To Outlaw Mailing Of Printed Matter Libelling Racial Groups Pan-American Ophthalmic Dispensery (A Division of Pan-American Institute of Optics, Inc.) A COMPLETE OPTICAL SERVICE AT A LOWER COST 149 N.E. 2nd Street MIAMI, FLA. Phone 82-9336 GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have your roof repaired now; you will iav< on a new roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Man" 414 8 W. 22nd Avenue PHONE 4-6*60 SOLAR WATER SERVICE REPAIRS AND CALL 4-7485 BOOSTERS DON S. COLEMAN Top Price Paid for MEN'S USED CLOTHING AL'S 432 N. MIAMI AVE. Phone 2-3213 r7lOS.W.I2tnAV.MIAMK L.TEI. 3 343jJ\ "YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME' WE OFFICIALLY S1PBSUT THE MAJORITY Of NNTHERN JEWISH FUNERAL hWttS Inlotmation Gtattty F&natmd on Acqutsf SERVING" MIAMI BEACH I MIAMI Exclusively Jewish JOS. L. PLUMMER Funeral Director WASHINGTON, (JTA) — A group libel law that would make it illegal to ship between states, import into the United States or mail any printed or mimeographed material designed to stir up racial or religious hatred was introduced in the House last week by a bi-partisan group of five Representatives. Co-sponsored by Representatives Jacob K. Javits, Arthur G. Klein, Kenneth B. Keating, William L. Dawson and Eugene L. Keogh, the measure is based on a study conducted by the American Jewish Congress. The bill makes it unlawful for any person "with intent to create ill will against a racial or religious group within the United States or anv of its territories knowingly" to bring into the country or disseminate by mail or by common carrier any printed or mimeographed material identifying any-person or group with his race or religion which exposes him or them "to hatred, contempt or obloquy or causes %  • • him or them to be shunned or avoided or to be injured in his or their business or occupation." B. B. Survey Reveals Shrinking Opportunities In Accounting vealed a dini future for many Jewish graduates of engineering schools. WASHINGTON. D. C— Marked discrimination in the placement of Jewish graduates in the field of accounting has been disclosed by Leon J. Obermayer, chairman of the B'nai B'rith Vocational Service Commission, in releasing the report of a survey recently sponsored by the commission. Although young Jewish accountants %  wiU'bYhefd" Sunday "at 2* p. were placed without too much dif^j t Nebo Cemetery with 1 ficulty in the boom market of the immediate postwar period, it is expected that in the near future there will be an oversupply of trained accountants and that this will hit the so-called minority groups particularly hard. The study is the result of 50 interviews with deans of schools of business, heads of accounting departments, and placement officer.-; in 43 different throughout the country. The interviews were conducted by the Elmo Roper organization. Ten times as many respondents admitted the existence of discrimination as denied it. The discrimination against Jews was reported to be particularly intense in the field of public accounting. As one dean of business put it. "As far as Jewish students are concerned, it is an almost impossible task for them to get a job in a public accounting firm I don't think the firms necessarily are prejudiced themselves against employing Jews, but they are afraid to risk their relationships with their clients on the assumption that the clients might be prejudiced against Jews." Jewish accountants get their jobs first of all in the Jewish firms, working through friends or relatives or through the school placement officers. They also go into government service in considerable numbers, and they take private accounting positions with business corporations. The fields in business in which Jews are strong are the fields in which Jewish accountants find jobs most easily. Retailing in general, and especially in the garment trades, is referred to repeatedly as an area of opportunity for the Jewish accounting graduate. This is the second of a series of studies authorized by the B'nai Brith Vocational Service Commission on discrimination in the employment of Jewish college graduates. The first was concerned with the engineering profession, in which interviews of 108 college and university officials reBrownstein Unveiling The unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Sophia Gorchofsky Brownstein, formerly of 650 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach, m. at Rabbi Muses Mi'scrcloff officiating. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Silver Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Ida Silver, formerly of 984 S.W. 4th St.. wife of Sam Silver and mother of Mrs. Louis Kaplan, will schools | take place Sunday at 2:30 p.m. in the Jewish Section of Woodlawn Park Cemetery. Mrs. Silver was a charter member and supporter of the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. Friends and relatives are requested to attend. Gottlieb Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late George K. Gottlieb, formerly of 1343 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach, will take place Sunday at 1:30 p.m. at Mount Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Weiss Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Ida K Weiss, formerly of 70 N.W. 25th St., will take place Sunday at 2 p.m. at Mount Sinai Cemetery with Rabbi Murrav Grauer officiating. Friends and relatives are requested to attend. Balkin, Cohn Attend ADL Staff Parley In Atlanta Gilbert J. Balkin. director, and D av d H. Cohn, assistant director J ln <; Florida regional office of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, are attending the southern staff conference of the league being held at the Piedmont Hotel in Atlanta. Ga. The conference is evaluating the Swu ?l group ''^tions in the South today and discussing action programs of the league to combat r,f a ti^ a nd romo } c ^od human relations among all people. Gulfstream Park, on of k> tracks, is all set for the March 4 operTa* {"?£* 5J! autiful *• racing season. This scene from th.tffffl5.SA 4 day wint grandstand, with the back apron and SWuu fam u cantilever *'?nt is the infield lake, which wSl be,tuddS u^ kinfl rin In •ail boats throughout the season stu


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PAGE TWELVE vJenistifkridTian FRIDAY, MARCH 4.1949 1 1 %  i Personally Speaking Mrs. Robert Moses, nee Shirley Bernstein, arrived from New York Saturday to celebrate her brother Martin's third birthday February 28. Mrs. Moses, who is visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Bernstein, 1610 N.W. 34th St., will return North March 11. Theresa Cohen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alex S. Cohen, 2220 S.W. 19th Terr., arrived from New York Wednesday to spend three weeks here. Miss Cohen, former news editor of The Jewish Floridian, has been a member of the editorial research staff of Time and Life magazines for the last seven months. Mrs. Joe Goldstein of Galax, Va., who has been visitinq her mother, Mrs. Gus Ginsberg, 2323 S.W. 21st Ave., is now in Alton Road Hospital where she is recuperatinq from an operation. Mrs. Goldstein will convalesce at her mother's home before returning to Virginia. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Fried are now residing in their new apartment at 219 Park St., Roselle, New Jersey. Mrs. Fried is the former Charlotte Blumberg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nat Blumberg, of this city. + Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Satin, 4301 Royal Palm Ave., Miami Beach, have as their houseguest their brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Goldstein, Brooklyn, N. Y. The visitors will remain here for several weeks. In honor of her 23rd wedding anniversary, Mrs. Saul Herman of Normandy Isle entertained at a luncheon in the Sovereign Hotel on Wednesday. Guests were the Mesdames Sam Cohen, Sam Harris, Sam Nudelman and Saul Keit. Also in the anniversary party were the mothers of the guests, with Mrs. Herman's mother, Mrs. Jennie Nove of Normandy Isle. The anniversary concluded with a family dinner party in the Sovereign. + Mr. and Mrs. Philip A. Feldman, 420 West 31st St., Miami Beach, had as their housequests durinq the month of February Mr. and Mrs. A. Kagan and son, Rickie, of East Orange, N. J. The Kagans are former residents of the Miami area. Mrs. Kagan, nee Elsie Newman, taught at the Normandy School, Miami Beach. + + Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Raphael, 918 Ocean Ave., had as their house-guest Rabbi Chatzkel Meizel. of Rochester, New York. Rabbi Meizel is the fiance of Miss Louise Raphael. + Mr. and Mrs. Kalencheek were hosts at a party for the residents of the Perm Court Apartments, 1007 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami Beach. Guests contributed S257 to the Jewish National Fund. Opera Guild of Miami Presents II Mar. 12. 14. 15 "MARTHA' (In English) with Metropolitan Opera Stars JOSEPHINE ANTOINE HU6H THOMPSON and Eleanor Knapp, William Home, Lloyd Harria TICKETS on sale at Burdine's 3rd floor, near bridpe. Ph. 9-133:. Cordelia's, Amldon'a in Coral liable*. Miami Beach Radio Co. 52.40 %  $3.60 $4.80 Tax Inc. SPECIAL SHEER NYLONS No-Seam and Sylphline' with seam 99' Pair Burdine's makes this a double-feature special! 15denier sheers! In new lighter resort colors! Grey dawn and Sun Mist, tanned skin tone. No-Seam and circular-knit Sylphline with seam in medium length; sizes 8Va to 10 1 /: in the group. %  urdins's. Miami. Hosiery, Street Floor Robert Bergman Is Honored At Party Farewells were in order last Thursday evening when Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hilsenrod honored Robert Bergman, director of the Coral Gables Jewish Center who is leaving for a two-year stay in Israel, at a party in their home. 2163 N. Bay Road, Miami Bench. Sharing honors with Bergman, was Mrs. Zelda K. Trau. who has been a houseguest of the Hilsenrods and is returning to New York. Mrs. Eli Halpern assisted the hostess. Joyce F. Baker Will Become Bride April 10 Mr. and Mrs. Jerry M. Baker. 1890 S.W. 16th Terr., formerly of Forest Hills, L. I., and Hull. Mass.. announce the engagement of their daughter, Joyce Francir.e. to Henry Roman, 2410 Prairie Ave., Miami Beach, and Westchester. N. Y. The bride-elect attended schools in New York and the University of Miami, where she was a member of Iota Alpha Pi sorority. Mr. Roman, who served in the Army for three years, attended schools in New York and Massachusetts and is now in the motion picture business. The wedding will take place on April 10 at the Roney Plaza Hotel. LISTEN TO THE •Jewish Musical Hoar WBAY—1490 on Your Dial Ertwy Friday from 11 JLM. to 12 Noon Ertvy Sunday from 10 JLM. to II AM A PROGRAM OF POPULAR. CLASSICAL AND LITURGICAL MUSIC JACOB SCHACHTER Dtoocte MarciV.c Kaufman Marcille Kaufman To Join Summer Brides Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Kaufman, 1334 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, hsve announced the engagement of their daughter. Marcille. to Dr. Irwin Pollack, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Pollack, 6396 Collins Ave. The bride-elect was graduated from Miami Beach High School and Florida State University. She is now employed as a teacher at Biscayno Elementary School. Dr." Pollack is a graduate of Miami Beach High and the Universitv of Florida, where he was a member of Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi and Phi Beta Kappa. He received his M. A. and Ph. D. from Harvard. An early summer wedding is planned. Irene Budner Irene Budner To Wed Maxwell Schwartz The betrothal of Irene Budner to Maxwell Schwartz was announced Sunday at a party given by Miss Budner's father, Hyman Binder, in their home at 2010 S.W. 17th St. The prospective bridegroom is the son of Rabbi and Mrs. Abraham Schwartz, Key West. The bride-elect attended the University of South Carolina, where she was a member of Delta Tau sorority, and the University of Miami. Her fiance was educated in New Jersey schools and the New York Technical Institute. While no definite date has been set for the wedding, it will be an event of early summer. Mrs. Hirsch Manisehewitz Mrs. Danziger Fetes Sister-in-law At Party Mrs. Harry Danziger, 782 S.W. 11th St.. entertained with a luncheon in honor of the birthday of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Murray Moss. Long Island, N. Y. Guests included Sallv Elaine Moss. Mrs. Moss daughter, and the Mesdames Sigmund Spath. Harry Aronson, Irving Frankel, Samuel Mason, Benjamin Field, Benjamin Appel. Benjamin Miller and Saul Silverman. Mrs. Manisehewitz Feted At Testimonial Dinner NEW YORK—The Zion Dov Ber Torah Fund, Inc., which maintains the Yeshiva Mae Shearim and Orphan Home of Jerusalem, Israel, will tender a testimonial dinner in honor of Mrs. Hirsch Manichewitz, whose late husband Rabbi Hirsch Manisehewitz, was a student at the institution. The dinner in honor of Mrs. Manichewitz will take place on Sunday evening, March 6, at the Hotel Picadilly, New York. The sustaining fund is named for the late Rabbi Dov Ber Manisehewitz, father-in-law of the guest of honor, who helped found and support educational institutions in Palestine. Mrs. Manisehewitz is to be honored because of the thousands of tons of clothing, food and vitimins she helped to gather and send to Israel for Jewish orphans and refugee children. Guests at the dinner will be greeted by prominent Rabbis and civic leaders, among whom will be Dr. Sol Zarchy, dinner chairman, and Mrs. Esther Leibowitz, president of the organization. Entertainment will include Cantor Leon Trainer. PLAZA THEATRE End Wash. Ave., South Miami Beach "HOME OF THE YIDDISH STAGE AND SCREEN SHOWS'' t rODAY STARTS MC >NDAY thru SUNDAY MARCH 7th MAURICE HENRIETTA SCHWARTZ JAC0BS0N and JULIUS Internationally famous dramatic star ADLER IN PERSON and on the screen in IN PERSON ON THE SCREEN "TEVYA" "HIS WIFE'S LOVER" by Sholem Aleichem with Ludwig sti. Lucy Lerin and Isidore Cashier BATING IS BELIEVINO! CHICKEN DINNER 85c Law's Restaurant and Lounge "Our A la Carte | a Tops" m Plenty o* Parking Soaea ITM.67 WEST FLAGLEB STREET For Reservations Phone 48.92S6 Sallee Burger Betrothal Announced Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burger, Chicago, have announced the betrothal of their daughter, Sallee, to Herbert Zwick, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Zwick, 2800 Pinetree Drive. The wedding will take place in June in Chicago. Miss Burger attended the Universities of Illinois and Miami. Her fiance attended the University of Miami and Terry Art Institute. He is a member of Tropical Lodge, B'nai B'rith. Elaine Winer Wed To Jack Zageria Temple Beth El was the setting for the February 13 wedding of Elaine Winer to Jack Zageria. The couple is now living at 1935 S.W, 7th St. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Winer, Cleveland, Ohio. Mr. Zageria is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Zageria, 1923 S.W. 23rd St. Loans on Homes. New or Established, up to 20 Years. 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rprnAY. MARCH 4, 1949 1 Mnist HirHia m PAGE FIVE Mrs. Hirsch Announces Purim Festival Workers u, % %  IrviM Hirsch. chairman of v purim iestival to be sponSl/S the Miami Ladies Auxilf^tothe Jewish Home for the ^ed on Saturday, March 12, at Rom m the Grossinger-Pancoast K Miami Beach, has anM %  ,-< t it the following ladies noun; : wlth th e affair: the 2*2 Iney Covner. Samuel I ;.V: :.:.,x::n Hershey. Nat E. Katz Harry Shargaa, Miriam *%^J2F* the festival jfJK and Bert Acker will corve as masters of ceremonies se '. oeting to discuss the MMuit will be held Tuesday at 1 nTat Temple Beth El, 500 S.W. 17th Avo Mrs. Etha Beck, president, has announced. tfo. Shore Lodge To Meet Monday Arc We Prejudiced?" will be the subject of a round-table discussion sponsored by the North Shore Ledge and Women's Chapter of B'nai B'rith Monday at 8 15 p.m. in the patio of Temple Beth Shol m. p ar ting in the program will be Abe Aronovitz, Harry fKmonhoff and George J. Talianoff. The i vt-nmg has been arranged by Mrs. Melvin Richard and Leonard Tobin. program chairmen of the two B'nai B'rith units Presidi nta Mrs. Stanley Phillips and A J Kaplan, will preside ard a question period will follow the ; • 1 talks. Women's adbook.:ttees will be expected to report their final results at this :; eeting, it has been announced bv Mrs. Malcolm First. Refreshments will be served, and memo* rs of the North Shore comrr.ur.: ; are invited to attend. Pledge Luncheons Set For Taesdav The National Council of Jewish Women has selected Tuesday at 1 o'clock for its annual pledge luncheon. At this time approximately fifty hostesses and cohostesses will open their homes to the membership ar.d their guests in Miami and Miami Beach. Proceeds from these luncheons will be used for the organization's overseas projects such as scholarships to students overseas, as well as the maintenance Homes for Girls in Paris and Athens. General chairman of the event is Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis. Co-chairmen are the Mesdames Leo Ackerman, Meyer I. Block, Herbert E. Kaufman and Nat L. Williams. Reservations for luncheon may be made by phoning any of" the above. Following are a few of the women who will give luncheons in their homes: the Mesdames David Catsman. Aaron Kanner, Leon Kaplan. Herbert E. Kaufman. Leonard Beldner and Milton Friedman. Mrs. Isadore Cohen and Mrs. Harry Wohl will laso serve as hostesses. North Beach Zionists To Meet At Beth Sholom Ai' r ed Stone, president of the Miami Beach Zionist District, has announced that there will be a meeting of the North Beach Area of the district at Temple Beth S.-.olom. Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. After a short business meeting, the group will jo:r. with the Adult Institute of Jewish Studies currently being conducted by Temple Beth Sholom. to hear Rabbi Leon Kronish speak on "The Foreign Policy of Israel." Rabbi Kro.-ush A.;:. In con-ection with h:s lecture, present Twelve T:.~s-.:.%  n Israel," the first of a se.-iei which are being prepared on Jewish life :.-. AmerLEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND F"". DADE l_'NTY. FLORIDA — IN CHANCERY. No 12I7;*. HERMAN REUBEN ROSENZWEIG, Plaintiff, vs. DEB'JRAH RUSK IN H -TNZWKM. Defendant DEBORAH RUSKIN ROSENZ%  % %  •• I %  %  %  rge Street, New Haven. ire notified to file your e .n the above cause" for *. • rce on the 4th day of April AD. '• lerwtee decree pro confesso "red againat ) I Dated this 1st day of March. A D. : • %  • E E LEATHERMAN Ork. irt Seal] By M C FEIOE, Dei -'. %  MILT>N A FRIEDMAN • %  • it :^-A -• I Ball line Florid. NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY. No. FLE'ATA PENDER. Plaintiff, vs. LAWRENCE JOHN PENDER. Defendant. To: Lawrence John Pender c o Schrievera. Main Street Rockland County New City. New Y^rk You are hereby required t" file an appearance in the above action (or divorce on or before the 1st day of *-*-'! 'Q40 itherw*** J\A--*> Pro Confeseo wttl be entered arainst you. J.'atet Avenue, Bronx, New York, are notified to file your Appearance In the above cause for Divorce, on or before the 4th day of April. 1949. or a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against you. DATED: This 2nd day of March. AD. 1949. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIOE. Deputy Clerk. WASMAN. SILVER A SAKOW1TZ Attorneys for Plaintiff Seybold BIdg. • 3/4-U-ll-tfi 4 1 World's Greatest Cantor Now in Miami Beach CONGREGATION BETH JACOB 3rd and Washington PROUDLY ANNOUNCES That the Renowned Cantor Moshe KUSEVITSKY Acclaimed by Critics as the World's Greatest Jewish Cantor Will Conduct Services for the first time in this area AT CONGREGATION BETH JACOB TONIGHT AT 5:45 P. M. TOMORROW AT 9 A. M. Tickets may be obtained at the Office of the Congregation or at all Kosher Hotels -Everything, /or the Motcnst Your Smooth Tires have more TRADE-IN Value when you buy SEIBERLING TIRES "America's Finest Tire" S'2.06 down puts a new SEIBERJJN' on your carl Balance SI.25 per week USE YOUR CREDIT at your nearest Dixie Service Station -*1 101 S.W. 1st STREET 5327 N. MIAMlTVE. 945 FIFTH ST. M. B. 3539 N.W. 17th AVE. 1840 ALTON RD. M. B. f/ecfrico' bppliance*. forth* %  %  %  He Left a Million Dollars, But. YOU'D ENOW his name if we mentioned it. But let him remain anonymous for the purpose of telling you this unfortunate incident. HE HAD TRIED to provide, during his lifetime, for her every possible comfort after his death—life insurance, an estate, a will. He tried to plan to relieve her of every possible burden. YET HE FAILED, even though he never knew it because he had neglected to provide their burial estate. ALL HIS MILLION dollar estate could not relieve his widow of the great responsibility of selecting the final resting place—on the most grief-filled day of her life. FOR a mere fraction of his million dollars, this man could have shielded his widow from this burden. The money—which he possessed—plus a few hours—which he always postponed—would have determined the family burial estate forever. YOU DON'T NEED a million dollars to perform this duty for your family—today, once and forever. Let us explain how you can purchase a choice location in Mount Nebo Cemetery, Miami's most modem Jewish burial park. MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY OFFERS YOU • Perpetual Care • Pre-Need Savings • Cash or Terms • Pre-Need Choice of Location For full particulars, write or phone: MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Ideally Located Near West Flaglex at 53rd Avenue Olyropia Building Office Phone 3-3720



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FRIDAY. MARCH 4. 1949 Off the Record + Mniitfkri'for PAGE FIFTEEN footnotes On History • • ffistory repeats /.self ... In ,oi Weixmann combined with l ea -iet the non-Zionists. EuiiMarsI -'-^^ D AT 4y Weizmann Strp^ "--* % hinJ and Sovernor Lehman SnstAbb H.::s:iver...AcS : : ^-^ *; B-ffl i g • !" #1 ins e N ev no Z Foi -"Sed • • • He re: $? %  •' "u^ a r>" M*eS T l F:,-:nanr.TurKpBrrben • the UN Palest oe Concili'aUor ssion wjU %  > 23 the ^ o: ;• : r:.: years the Y .r:. T ... Dceptioo of .V-,. -r.r.i Turkey into a secu" % %  -.; • ?.g the Western patter, r :nn:ned Xe ich!n| Koran has seen fjjjjt: ..-. rurkey*! ad "--. ; rurkej ahaa a: .-.a~.rr.edan pow„ % %  .; feather in the cap :: "' -~~ent :i :t can ::poatMB •' rtaat : Israel The 7 %  '• .. re ec.-a-.y per.---' been ousti 1 5yna ar.d Lebanon by %  E -~ey would like'.-• %  am Sack via Jerusalem But Israel's military success "— %  -" %  'Isrs compare Bee "jurioa with Genera! "IV-JThe r.urr. :r mills -'. : %  re n:t stopped .: %  :;•:.:: :-. .vl: rrr.en.es One of i -i nrCTaUuntj _s chopati tse bebevmg -.-self Ber ".ir.cn and vested with c> .T. -." re : c me *sz ae.. Premier Dav.d Ben Gun Be: :.. '-':h~*rj?g'ic make him :•:... EM.VU agree t; be| toeing : i the SeeaaaT* Ibis Be: en --: e thai he -L r. %  nd rd-i> to toe iBibLcal David President Xe^-;-;_ %  %  / : %  -. tffer to fly -.—-;--• p j ire on a long l %  :.: -^ ; i ;; %  irg n-r-.-pe a:'. — [Mre :; : = Cotferer. was :-: %  'national W %  A-:; rare-? _.c Dr. F. J. Ranagan : I LI L£OH COLCK:: :==:GAT:C!S Erring Paths Opposition to s.r. rr.ultiplieand the good fight ii.-.ce :: leads is a waste of time since :t lead* but to more evil T: kind of logic rr.y good : Gabriel Cohen uses :r. a recent editorial on interrr.arriasin Jewish Post What %  bouid be done about inter rr.a. -.-.age'' Gabriel has a ready answer Don't encourage it Just accept :t ai an inea : = -'.fact If we persist it esent inadvisable attitude" toward marriage, he cautions, we wil] make prophets of those • ve teen predicting an early end :-. Jewish life outside of Israel By it proc esi \'. re 11. -. z .-_ reaches such a conclusion -'•: %  • '• onhr be can solve Does he really want m to believe that continuity -i Z-*j=r. hfe .: side Israel depends solely on a charge of attitude I inter— arnazo' 1 An avowed '.-.--:.Semite, blacksr...-*._=: a.-.-dieted traitoi -A.ea aped because he .-as been adjudged „-.sane ^ Aineriea'i IMI price poei :r::aa;r.:.:r: f a_=:.5.' a-'r 'Sac idec.ogy CO--.; bare :ee-. singled out for (U: b C DOC .:a ~ -. i • r e ry :nly psr.-chiat.-.rj ran p-trnar-s unravel Is .: p-i^ss-r..t.-.a: tne th.rtv-cn ;-dgej :.-.:• : :.-.Library of Congress's FelcTrs .American Letters -ade the sei^r *.: give an errpr.au: derr.:nctra-..:n of tne rr.ira. eTauon" If tnai : p-.-? %  :se t.-.ey s-ne-ra-ri .-..:.-• i--.: serve t: silence the :-~irsta temen t that be bad — a:e ---:-.-.-. s-ime :_arvers :-;sen ".i r.te .-. scsasr.cn. aboat a Chrtsriaa subject has .the : c..-..:.-. :f tius -:._nc.rLcat.cnj As a scwditnt -•cni-is :'— --!__ thai the 1 that the theaae has neve.:r;.|.-.: c.tterly nncplams ac-:.t T: '~ _j i Ltecarv tnence -s. ~_c_ speajung a rLrlcrurn :' fart erary iist-ccy m a _-_r_ige< ar : the Chinstian ; .: .= :n-i .-_ii : J"C:T:= re -eient ;•-.•:£ Ta_-ii :'. M;Pe-i; J ;-_c^ =-:Vrv/; b "srij it te-ia-M :.; _:^: a • -f.LS a c<: jt -•! Pioneer Women Council Will Sponsor Boaaar A rreet.ng af use bacaat aaatee -.'. Hat Coaacfl if ?. Veaaca af Greater BCanu Commme ;; Mmtzes .13 4tfc 5t Miami Be*-..t.tn s i-azaar t be neld it tr. MiL DcLarPce: '. % %  ; %  1st St Mian1 r. AT 2u Mn Henri Set! i >la_c.an. t .-:.. president the bazaar .... be .;.::-ri 5 a t c"a -."'A';.-..' Met : ; %  : boot: -:— c ". t-h'.me i: >;Tb* intermediate grd*t of Beth Sbolom religious tdt*oo\ are vaowr. waiting to plant trees in "Weizmann Lane." Temple Beth S.-.^lorr. ..-. r.or.cr cf Dr. Chaim Wixn-.ann. first prL'der.cf Iir*L Beth Sholom Pupils Plant %  %  ** %  %  %  •*• %  • • %  IM* en T %  •* %  i Arr.cn? t.-.o-se non<,red with trees 60 Trees At Temple *. _. „ r .r. Israel were .-.-accent Harry 5. ""-%  '• *' ; ; Betr Trjman ar ate 7:^:.^..:. 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PAGE TWO fJenisiiftcricfiajn FRIDAY, MARCH 4. i ; %  %  • The present generation can hardly picture Jewish life in the early years of this century. Most adults were immigrants, who struggled fiercely to gain a foothold in the new land. Next to making a living, education was the greatest need. And education meant public school, sometimes high school, and college for the fortunate. The highest ambition of any father was to see his son a lawyer. The mother preferred a doctor. But if. in addition, their daughter could become a school teacher, then the family attained aristocracy. The Old Rebbie In the battle for economic comf ietence and Americanization, reigious training of the child was left to the Rebbie. This teacher of Hebrew, usually a greenhorn, was a Shlimiel generally unfit to make a living other than as a Melamed. No one inquired into his credentials. His knowledge was limited to slipshod reading of Hebrew with an atrocious accent. His translation of the Torah was carried on in uncouth Yiddish, interspersed with pidgin English. Usually unsuccessful as a "customer peddler," he carried a pack on his shoulder and a Sidur in his pocket. Between collecting and canvassing, he could sandwich in a Hebrew lesson to some unruly urchin, who would leisurely stroll in and dictate the number of lines to be read for the remaining half hour. Needless to say, the entire generation would have been lost to Jewish values were it not for the efforts of a small band of devoted teachers, in whom the fires of East European Judaism burned with fierce and holy flames. These Maskilim were pioneers of the new Ivrith; of proper grammatic enunciation (dicduc). of the refined Sephardic diction, of the quickening influence of Zionism, I'll Say... By HARRY SIMONHOFK The Hebrew Teacher MIAMI'S OLDEST FURNITURE MOVERS WANTED LOAD OR PART LOAD TO AND FROM NEW YORK OR VICINITY ALSO THE MIDDLE WEST AND CALIFORNIA LONG DISTANCE DOOR-TO-DOOR Transit Insurance Ayailable On All Shipments WITHERS VAN LINES 1000 N.E 1st Ave. Ph. 3-2667 of reverence for the Jewish past. A new standard arose as a result of their devotion. Theirs was a labor of love. Yet they passed awav unhonored. unwept, unsung. American Jewish Leadership Prosperity came with the First World War. The pattern of Jewish life changed as the center shifted. It ceased to be East European; it now became American. Suddenly, the burdensome leadership of world Jewry fell to the U. S. Year after year. American Jews had to provide sustenance for their brethren, ravaged and left stranded between two world wars. They also had to direct the fight for the Zionist cause. Today, leadership in Jewish life is divided between the U. S. and Israel. Hebrew art, learning, science, and secular culture will flow from Medinns Israel. But due to a strange paradox, the center of Judaism will for a long time remain in the U. S. How are American Jews equipped to continue shouldering the burden imposed by history? Obviously Jewish education is a prime requisite for American youth. And such education is possible only through the unselfish labors of a trained, idealistic, and devoted band of instructors. Happily, the old-fashioned Rebbie has passed off the scene. But does it follow that any shiftless dilettante who has picked up conversational Hebrew in the bars and cafes of Tel Aviv can qualify to teach simply because he or she hails from the land of Israel? The New Teacher In the Talmud, the teacher is honored as highly as the parent. In Jewish life, he should rank with the Rabbi, the Cantor, the |social worker, the trained institutional executive. It is his function to plant in the child a craving for knowledge, a respect for learning, a veneration for Judaism .an appreciation of the important role his ancestors played in the religion, in the morality, in the culture of the world. The teacher ought to be a person of education, of character, of ideals. He must bear a diploma attesting to his training in an accredited school, or a certificate issued by a national or local educational board showing his qualifications. He should continue his studies to meet the changing conditions of every generation. It is essential that he gain the affection and command the respect of his pupils. One might ask how the profession can attract superior persons, who possess a sense of obligation, of responsibility, of consecration to a task. The answer is that fortunately there are people who arc ready to dedicate their lives for the service of their fellowmen. Otherwise, there would never have been progress, freedom, or justice in the world. But a heavy responsibility rests upon the community. Excellent material can be obtained by paying salaries that will enable teacher!, to live decently and bring up their families in a dignified and wholesome atmosphere: by giving them the honor due to a learned and highly specialized profession; bv insuring tenure of office ana security in old age; by instilling the same respect for the Hebrew pedagogue that is accorded to the public school teacher, to the senior grade instructor, and to the college professor. The Miami Manual Recently the entire problem was carefully studied by a committee consisting of Dr. David Andron, David Friedman. Abe P. Ganncs, David R. Isen. Dr. Max Lipkind. and Max Meissel. The result of their findings was incorporated in a report entitled Practices and Standards for Teachers in Jewish Schools in Greater Miami. It was approved and formally adopted by our Bureau of Jewish Education. All American communities can safely utilize these aims, rules, principles and practices. If earnestly adhered to. this manual would raise the standard of Jewish Education everywhere and assist in preparing the coming generations for the task of maintaining our leadership in World Jewry. l!<>2M*li L 3 other tempting varieties •"4* with Rice • Noodles • Clear •^> HOROWITZ* .

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%  PAGE FOUR Jmlstiflcricitof] FRIDAY. MARCH I EDITORIAL The Armistice The short history of Israel has been replete with drama and significant events which have been crowding upon each other ever since the inception of the new state a bare nine months ago. But the red-letter day marking the signing of the armistice agreement with Egypt will remain as one of the most significant in the history of Israel throughout the ages. The day the agreement was signed marked not only Arab recognition of Israel's military victory but recognition of Israel's actual and political existence. What is more, it marked the collapse of a fiction that the Arab states would never yield and that peace would not perch on the Holy Land as long as there was a Jewish state. Now that the fiction has been pierced the claim of Jewish leadership that a peaceful solution was possible if there had been no pressure from without has been vindicated. Had the men who did not know the Arab world as well as did the leaders in Israel been willing to listen, much bloodshed, death, destruction and animosity would have been averted. The U.N. and its acting Mediator Dr. Bunche have doubtlessly played a great role in bringing the parties together. But in the end it was not only Israel's victory on the field of battle that led to the armistice, but the recognition in the Arab states that it was evil counsel they were following when they engaged in a war for which they lacked heart and arms. The Israeli-Egyptian armistice opens a new chapter in the Middle East. Time and tide will sweep away the hatreds which have been engendered by the war and both peoples will demonstrate that they can live in amity and peace and security. True, the rest of the Arab states have not yet followed in the footsteps of Egypt. But that is a course they cannot escape. Their path is one made by history. They have no other alternative. In the days when the war was raging at its Let's Sign It Together— heights and when the fortunes of battle were wavering, the men who led Israel's military destiny showed their true mettle. When the political war was raging and when hostile statesmen and powers were using every means at their disposal to slay Israel with political weapons, the men who led Israel's political destiny showed their mettle. The genius that is Israel will bring tranquillity, and bread and security and blessing to a neglected area of the world when peace comes marching in the land. A People 9 9 Partnership Community safeguards depend upon a united people. Especially in time of disaster efficient functioning is necessary if lives are to be saved and the injured and homeless given practical aid That is why an organization such as the American National Red Cross is necessary. Haphazard planning won't do. People must know where to turn, how to coordinate their efforts to help. The Red Cross was able to coordinate the services of civic groups last year when more than 300 disasters struck in widely separted communities. Vanport, Oreg., New Orleans, La., Coatesville, Ind., Greensboro, N. C, Bonne Terre, Mo., are many miles apart, but in each case the peculiar catastrophe that attacked these places was met by organized response. All Red Cross work is divided between community volunteers and a full-time staff. Whether the work is educational and preventive, such as first aid, water safety, accident prevention, home nursing, nutrition; or remedial, such as aid to veterans, servicemen, and civilians, both hospitalized and able-bodied, the Red Cross counts on community cooperation. The growing Red Cross National Blood Program particularly demonstrates the need for partnership that makes service possible. So far approximately 64,000 persons have offered to donate blood in this peacetime progrom, and blood has been distributed to more than 350 hospitals. Let us continue to have faith in this people's partnership to the end that we will contribute our money, our time, and our moral support to make the 1949 Red Cross fund campaign a success. The month of solicitation is March. The service is year-round. To Meet At Astor A meeting of the Greater Miami Mizrachi Organization will be held tomorrow evening at 8:30 at the Astor Hotel, 10th St. and Washington Ave., Miami Beach, according to an announcement by Rabbi Isaac H. Ever, newly elected president. Election of officers to fill the posts of vice presidents, treasurer, financial secretary, membership chairman and board of directors will be held and plans for a general membership drive will be formulated. Histadruth To Meet The Rev. M. Emanuel will lead discussion at the meeting of the Histadruth L'tarbut Ivrith, the Hebrew Organization of Greater Miami, to be held Sunday afternoon from 3 to 5 in the patio of the Spinoza Forum, 124 11th St.. Miami Beach. William Agranove has announced. All persons interested in Hebrew are invited to attend. Uri Frankel To Conduct Beth Tfilah Services Uri Frankel, well known European Cantor, will be presented by Congregation Beth Tfilah. 935 Euclid Ave., at services tonight at 6 o'clock and tomorrow morning at 8:30. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky will address the congregation during the morning services. Tickets for the two appearances of Cantor Frankel may be obtained for one dollar at the office of the synagogue. vJewist fhrkKkun Published every Friday since 1P3? i.y The Jewish Floridian at 120 N '£.. Sixth Street. Miami 18. Florida. Entered as second-class matter July 4. 1930. at the Post Office of Miami, Fla.. under the Act of March i. 1879. The Jewish Floridian has absorbed •he Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Tele. Graphic Agency, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate, Worldwide News Service. National Editorial Association, Amerl. can Association of English-Jewish Newspabera. Florida Prese Association SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Or.e Year | 3.00 Two Year* 8 S.00 Dr. Clinchy Will Speak At Temple Israel Tonight Dr. Everett R. Clinchy. president of the National Conference of Christians and Jews, will speak on "Can Brotherhood Be Learned?" at Temple Israel services tonight at 8:15. Dr. Clinchy, who has held this office since the organization's founding in 1928 by Charles Evans Hughes, Newton D. Baker and S. Parkes Cadman, has witnessed, and contributed to, the growth of the conference from a small office with an assistant and an annual budget of a few thousand dollars to 60 offices throughout the United States with 200 full time employees and an annual budget of $2,000,000. Miami Law Firm Announces Dissolution Milton R. Wasman, Max R. Silver and Theodore J. Sakowitz announce dissolution of the partnership firm of Wasman, Silver & Sakowitz, as of February 28, 1949. Milton R. Wasman. Max R. Silver and Theodore J. Sakowitz will continue and maintain their individual practices in suite 922 Seybold Building, Miami, and their telephone number wil remain 9-1659. FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher Telephones 2-1141—2-8212 OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Volume 22 Number 9 FRIDAY, MARCH 4. 1949 ADAR 3, 5709 Bnei Akiva Elects Permanent Officers Bnei Akiva, religious Zionist youth organization of Hapoel Mizrachi, elected permanent officers last week after receiving recognition as a chapter from the national office in New York. Temporary President Moshe Grundwerg turned over the chair to newly elected Morton Roserbaum. Other officers are Marvin Zalis. vice president; Ruth Saal. recording secretary; Arline Hynes, corresponding secretary; Bobbie Lauer, treasurer. The organization will meet Sunday evening at 7:30 at the home of Ruth Saal, 1500 S.W. 12th Ave. The program will include a debate on the subject: "Resolved: Non-Kosher Meat Shall Be Imported Into Israel." Frank Hayman will serve as chairman. Affirmative speakers will be Eddie Zalis and Alice Umans. Arline Hynes and Marvin Zalis will take the negative point of view. Speech And Hearing Center To Open Sunday The Miami Speech and Hearing Center announces its opening Sunday. The center is located in the Physicians Building. N. Bayshore Dr. at Venetian Causeway. The Speech and Hearing Center is organized to diagnose and treat all types of speech and hearing defects. Dr. Simon M. Horstick, Ph.D., is director of the center. Mrs. Nathaniel M. Levin is associate director and Dr. Nathaniel M. Levin, consultant in ear, nose and throat. There will be a consulting staff of specialists in the treatment of speech defects. New Location Of Yeshiva Office Is Announced Rabbi Isaac H. Ever, southeastern director of Yeshiva University, has announced the removal of his office from 1416 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami Beach, to 235 Lincoln Road. New telephone number is 58-4142. A $100,000 fund-raising drive will be launched by the university in this area immediately following the drive now being conducted by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, according to Rabbi Ever. Beach VFW Will Start New Home Cornerstone for the new home of the Miami Beach Veterans of Foreign Wars. Posts 3559, at 650 West Ave. will be laid by Mayor Marcie Liberman at 3 p.m. Sunday. Speakers scheduled to speak at the ceremony will be Col. Charles G. Mettler, USA (ret.); Lt. Col. Arthur Fisher, Marine Corps; Comdr. Charles M. Ervan, USN; Lt. Col. Charles J. Kelly, Florida National Guard; Capt. Thomas A. Murphy, Army recruiting officer for South Florida, and Capt. Jack Fuss, USAAF. At 8 p.m. Sunday the post will give a dance at Miami Beach Elks Club, 720 West Ave. Miamiaiis Will Attend Parley Southern members of Junior Hadassah and the Intercollegiate Zionist Federation of America will gather on Jekyll Island State Park, Ga., this weekend to attend their anual spring institute. Approximately 100 persons are expected to participate in the program which will include services mouies, workshop sessions, discussions, folk dancing, sports and recreation, Israel, singing, and an Oneg Shabbat. Members of the young adult Zionist groups in Miami and Miami Beach who are expected to attend are: Florence Abramson, Bernice Dogoloff, Lee Friedman Shirley Friedman, Libby Hochman, Murray Levins, Sam Levine, Ted Nelson, Jean Novel Doris Pardo, Joseph Pardo, Fred Rosen, Rita Rosenberg. Harold G Shapiro, Lillian Schachter and Miriam Scheinberg. Mme. Oppert To Speak Mme. Paulette Oppert, leader in the wartime French underground resistance, former head nurse of a hospital for wounded soldiers and director of the Maison d'Entants for orphaned Jewish chili en, w i 1 be guest speaker at the late Friday night forum at Congregation Beth El tonight at 8 30 Zionist Luncheon To Hear Dr. Gottschall In observance of the spirit of Brotherhood Week, which was recently conducted throughout the country, Andrew W. Gottschall, Florida regional director of the National Conference of Christians and Jews, will be featured speaker at the luncheon club meeting of the Miami Beach Zionist District to be held Wednesday at 12:15 p.m. at the National Hotel. Toastmaster will be local attorney, Harold Shapiro, who has on numerous occasions spoken on the radio program of the Miami Round Table of the National Conference of Christians and Jews. Guest of honor will be past president of the district, Jack D. Burris, in recognition of his "outstanding service to Zionism." Rabbi Shapiro To Speak To Masada Rabbi Max Shapiro will speak at the next meeting of the Miami Beach Chapter of Masada to be held Thursday at 8:30 p.m. at the Miami Beach Jewish Center, 1415 Euclid Ave., according to an announcement by Harold George Shapiro, program chairman. Rabbi Shapiro's talk will be based upon his observations in Israel and will contain a message to the young men and women of the community informing them now they may best participate in the rebirth of the young nation. Following the meeting a social hour with singing of Israel songs will take place. Refreshments will bo served by the refreshment committee, headed by Bernice Dogaloff. The public is invited to attend. Beach B'nai B'rith Unit Meets At Monte Carlo A business meeting was held by the Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women yesterday afternoon at the Mont* Carlo Hotel. A guest speaker from the Greater Miami Jewish Federation addressed the group. Mrs. Harold Turk, chapter f iresident. has announced that a uncheon meeting will be held the latter part of the month. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Dave Alper, hospitality chairman. Rabbi Raab To Speak At Palm Beach Jr. College Rabbi David Raab. spiritual leader of Temple Isaiah, will represent the Jewish Chautauqua Society as lecturer at Palm Beach Junior College, West Palm Beach, today. i Maurice Schwarti, renowW d dramatic star of the Yiddish.that**, who op*n*d this week J th* Plaaa. Miami Beach. Upm both on th* stage and i;n screen attraction Tevya. bill will be h*ld over ftj'*j£. end. follow** on Monday by W rietta Jacobson and Julius Aa Jewish musical comedy who will appear in *g£g* accompanying screen pre*en will be th* Yiddish fU "E Wlf*'. Lov*r." *" ri g th L Be*ch Sets end may be s*en at the o theatre through the "• %  BHM Its^B BBsW^^H



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PAGE SIXTEEN +Jenlsttk>ridliian %  < i FRIDAY, MARCH 4, LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKKEHY GIVES that the undersigned, desiring to engage In malness under the fictitious name or The Variety Concessions nt Room 7(>4, Pacific Building, Miami, Florida, Intend to register said name with the i Clerk of the Circuit Court of Pade i County, Florida. A. Z, AM'F.RT HENRY SOLOMON i >w ners 3 11-18.23 4/1-8 Mrs. Louis Glasser \.H To Honor Dr. Wise At Donor ILIIM|IH'I Sunday Florida Women's Division of the American Jewish Congress will celebrate their annual donor event with a banquet and show at Club Bali Sunday at 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Louis Glasser, president has announced. The affair will celebrate the 75th birthday of the organization's national leader. Rabbi Stephen S. Wise. A journal edited by Miss Clara Goldenberg and dedicated to the national president Mrs. Hess Wins lladassah Award Mrs. David Hess, new member of the Miami GrouD of Hadassah, won first prize for her enrollment of 31 new members during the organization's fall and winter membership drive. Zena Posever, noted artist and sculptor, will paint a portrait of the winner as her award. Presentation was made by Mrs. Joel Belov at the group's fashion show this week at the Miami Y. Book awards for the enrollment of 12 or more members were made to the Mesdames Samuel J. Weinstein, Ernest Chernoff and Harold B. Cohen. Honorable mention for enrolling five or more went to the Mesdames Lionel Silverman, Joseph Sugerman, P. Kutner, S. Dozen and R. Gold. LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under th-fictitious name of • lz Kosher Meat Products at 207 Almeria Avenue, Coral Gables, int-ri'ls to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade • • inty, Florida HOWARD DEVORKIN Bole I >W ner HERICK AND SHAPIRO neys for Applicant 420 Lincoln Road a 1-11-18-26 4 : NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN Tin-: COUNTY jnUSE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE. No. 82108 In Re: ESTATE OF MARY Hl-.K.NHARD GILLIAN'S, Deceased. To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Bald Estate: You. and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you. or • %  Ither of vou, may have against the estate of MARY BERNHARD OILLIANS deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the Hon. W. P. IHanton, County Judge of Dade County, and file the same in his office in the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of th-> claimant and to be sworn to ami presented as aforesaid, or same win he barred. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Dated March 4, A.D. 1919. EDWARD L. GILLIAN'S, As Executor of the Last Will und Testament of Mary Bernharit Gllllans, Deceased. SAMUEL J. RAND 617 Seybold Building Miami. Florida Attorney for Executor 3/1-11-18-25 FEUER & El Si: \STEIN Rtalto-l Phone 5-7668 309 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach SPECIALIZING IN HOTEL INVESTMENTS 14 Years of Experience in Building Construction on Miami Beach LEO EISENSTEIN W. L FEUER FIRST TIME IN THE SOUTH HIM IIIII in II in III mill E0IIHII STRICTLY KOSHER SALAMI MINNEAPOLIS. MINN. The Best in the West Since 1890 The Quality is More Than Skin Deep ASK FOR IT AT YOUR FAVORITE STORE Sole Distributor SEA SHORE FOOD PRODUCTS 343 Jefferson Avenue Miami Beach. Fla. PHONE 5-3457 I. The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH The Only Community-Wide Kuhruth Association Participating Agency of the GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION Organiied by the following Congregations and their Rabbis: Miami Beach Jewish Community Center—Rabbi I. Lehrman Temple Beth Sholom—Rabbi L. Kronish Beth El Congregation—Rabbi M. Grauer Beth David Congregation—Rabbi M. Shapiro Congregation Beth Tfilah—Rabbi J. E. Rackovsky Announces that our Director, Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, will answer all questions appertaining to Kashruth in the Greater Miami Area. His address is 818 Michigan Avenue, phone 5-3595. Harry Sirkin. Pre*. H. Sootin. Secy. A. M. Bear. Vice Pres. S. Lobel. Trees. Mrs. A. A. Hayden will be presented to all guests, according to Mrs. Glasser. In special commemoration of Dr. Wise's birthHnv. the group will offer scholarships to teachers in Dade County who wish to take night courses in methods and materials in inter-group education. Welcoming the guests will be Mrs. Glasser: Mrs. Leonard Glickman, president of the Beach Chapter: Mrs. A. A. Hayden, president of the Miami Chapter; Mrs. William Loeb. chairman of the journal ads for the Beach and her cochairman, Mrs. Arthur Kimmel; Miami journal ad chairman, Mrs. Herbert E. Scher. FOURTH ANNUAL DADE COUNTY FAIR Starts Today FOR 10 DAYS AT CIRCUS GROUNDS N. W. 8th Ave. and 28th St. 15 Acres of Horticulture, Educational and Industrial Exhibits. Brilliant Midway FREE ENTERTAINMENT Afternoon and Night Sponsored by MAHI TEMPLE SHRINE Adults — 50 cents Children — 25 cents DON'T MISS THE DADE COUNTY FAIR MARCH 4-13 THE ONE AND ONLY Michel Rosenberg ATTABOY GETZE1 LARRY BEST Sensational Comedian THE BARRY SISTERS Stars of Stage and Radio Better Known As The BAGLEMAN SISTERS LAST SHOW AT 11:30 FAMOUS ROUMANIAN CUISINE Dinner Served From t P.M. ROUMANIAN Theater Restaurant 1610 Alton. Miami Beach 5-2156. 5-2157 CEJWIN CAMPS PORT JERVIS. N. Y. Established 1919 Idt-al Jewish Camps for Roys and (" %  iris. Sabbath and Dietary Laws observed. All sports, aesthetic activities. Send for Descriptive Booklet Rates: $375 for the season TRULY NOLEN. President ECONOMY EXTERMINATORS WH SPECIALIZE TERMITE CONTROL 5-YEAR GUARANTEE 5-3444 41st Street and Prairie AT*. Miami Beach Miami Phone 2-2555 INSPECTION