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The Jewish Floridian ( March 11, 1949 )

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Shocking Evidence of Anti-Semitism Revealed In Floridian Survey By LOUIS AROrlOVITZ Jewish Floridian Staff • Semihsm exists in the employment field in Greater Miami will ^* t h k to no one but thai a strong anti-Semitic discrimination exists eooe UtahfiraM and employers may be a surprise. jjnong J ...-.enC e of marked discrimination by Jewish emp.oyers against jooSur*.-; ;-_ %  ; -, own faitll was imcovered in a recent survey conducted by The irtlicant-•':_ %  ,,_„., ceventv-five per cent of the managers and owners of local hire ^""'^.—ina their indignation and contempt. thereby jna v p0 -dian survev was activated by a telephone call from a non~" f ; „ : ~ v--nT'agency owner—a long time resident of Miami and a veteran jea-j'_" t ^ e personnel field—advising us that she was experiencing con:ir ; : ?:"-uitv':n placing her Jewish job-seekers. gieraOif —-:_' %  ^m-se of the survey, owners and managers of 19 employment i tasked—some by telephone, others by personal interviews—the follow"Do you encounter discrimination against your Jewish job-hunters? If so, to what extant? Is this anli-Jewish prejudice predominant in any particular occupational or religious groups? Do you ever find it among Jews themselves?" These 19 agencies constitute approximately one-quarter of the total number of licensed organizations now operating in the Miami area. A spokesman for the Workmen's Compensation Division of the Florida State Industrial Commission, under whose jurisdiction these agencies operate, estimates that there are now 80 agencies in business here. Of these, four or five cater exclusively to colored help. An additional 15 specialize in supplying domestic help and as a consequence, rarely accept white job-applicants. Hence, we believe these agencies are not in a position to comment with authority upon the ar.ti-Semitic question. The 19 agencies included in the survey, therefore actually represent about one-third of the agencies wmicn might be expected to experience this problem. „,..-. t u. When this assignment was first undertaken, it was feared by this reporter tnat the agency operators might regard him as a hypersensitive and treat Uffl JJg !" disdain that is reserved for those individuals who fall under this classification. These fears were soon allayed, however, for from the beginning almost all of the (Continued on Page 11) jjeOCies •-^ %  c — iv_onui.ueu ur. ran* n/ ihJIi^wiislUEJliDipUliiauo VOLUME ::—NUMBER 10 Combining THE JE WISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY "MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY^ MARCH 11. 1949 PRICE TEN CENTS. Beth David to Break Ground Sunday We im and Grow am | Grow r.-• :; be broken for the pew synagogue and community etttertc be erected by Congrega• %  -"Beti Dav.d on the block baoDded by S.W. 2nd and 3rd km and '26th and 27th Roads a* exe-ciies to be held Sunday afternoon from 4 to 5:30. P %  -• speaker at the cerer.r.:r< will be Dr. H. Franklin Williams, v.ce president of the University erf Miami and Dean of Men Scheduled to appear on the ngraz ire the Hon. Robert L. •".:•" %  : avor Miami; the Rev. G*::gH Ricks, president of the iLirr.. Ministerial Association: fee Rev D J. Mekras, minister rf the :-rtek Orthodox Church: Babe: Jacob H. Kaplan, president :.' t.-.r Jl-reiter Miami Rabbinical Assocation and rabbi emeritus of Temple Israel; Rabbi Leon K::r-i.i.:r:tual leader of Temple Bet:. Sholom; Rabbi Murray Gra_-r spiritual leader of the Cozg:^--' % %  '-' Beth El: Rabbi Max Shap:r spir.tual leader of Beth Daw; Stanley C. Myers, chairMB -'. the ground-breaking extremeand members of the Greete: Miami Cantors Associa•..:.-. 7:.e -:: -al ground-breaking •31 :-e ;r.-::rrr.ed by the following DM bers :'. the congregation: Barry Markowitz, Jacob Sher. S. J Sp-e:::: Sam Weissel and Max SwtTtt, The .r'.rai building of the structure will be a synagogue— the largest :n the state of Florida —*•'. :y 140 feet An auditorium 60 by :#4 feet will flank the synasf-c m the north and a school :-.. :.:.z TC by 306 feet will be m,.-, on the 27th Road .g^^-— thereafter a National ADL Leader To Address Institute Benjamin R. Epstein, naUonaliappearance in.Miami Beach^ to director Ann-Defamation League participate in the ^WWriicn of B*nai 3 rith. will headline the!is being co-sponsored by _tne iB-dty ALL Institute, commem-1 B'nai B'rith Council of Greater ,=.,-<> the 'HL T^on Kronish nf Temple be distributed to the congregations and on Sunday, March 20. %  a expected to participate in the j----:•' p-jgram, which will alsc e t -' the presentation by the A^L %  '. plaques to individuaL ar.d inttttatkns making "outstanding contribuuons to better human relations." Ar, attraction will be the rendi£-" -'. Ir.-.n B Caesar's "Songs of Friendship'' by the Youth FriendsbiD Chorus, an intergroup sing"Jig organization formed by David Ra-now:tz, B'nai B'rith youth advisor. The chorus will be directed by Pat Sullivan, Gesu nig". School bandmaster. Community singing of Caesar's songs W; %  r* led bv Marx Faber •fhve member of the Miami Opera Guild. m P r .-. Maurice A. Goldberg Washington, DCpresident of Dif-r.ct Grand Lodge No 5 and Ju-us Fisher, secretary of Dist Na 5 axe making a one-day muniry. wiwi v^.r -• — n I director Florida Regional ADL presiding as moderator the panel will feature description of local experiences in combating anU Semitism and advancing better group reUtions as narrated b>. Miss Freda Shifman. ADL chair, man Miami Beach B'nai B nth Women's Chapter; Jerome R Weinkle, Sholem Lodge B na KriUV Mrs. Helen Miller. Coral GabE. Women's Chapter B'nai B'rith; Sam WeinfeU North (Continued on Page 4) the Sundav schools will hold special assemblies under the sponsorship of the Youth Lnit of the campaign. Immediately following tne breakfast, an army of volunteer* will begin the ten-day task i calling on all Jewish residents in the metropolitan area or aa iia n for their contributions. An urgent plea for more vol%  unteers "to fUl the rank of solicitors" for this house-to-house phase of the campaign was Toicd this week by George Chertkof. chairman of the Mel ropolitan Unit of tb% campaign. Chertkof called upon the Jewish organizations of the city to provide their quota of workers for the campaign. Approximately 500 workers have volunteered up to now he said, "but a minimum oi 1 000 is needed if we are to call on every Jewish householder in the area'in the time alloted to our Ca Tne 1 Etropolitan Unit has been divided into a Town Unit, under Rabbi Leon Kronish of Temple (Continued on Page 4) Murray Greenfield Young Adults To Hear Greenfield Initiating its participation in the 1949 Combined Jewish Appeal the Young Adult Unit will hold a special gift dinner on Sunday night at 6 p.m. at the Shelborne Hotel. Chairman of the Young Adult Unit is Irving Cypen, who announces that the unit's goal is $20,000. Guest speaker at the affair will be Murray Greenfield, a hero on the Haganah blockade runner. Hatikvah. Greer.field will be interviewed by Lillian Fox over station WMBM on her program at 12 noon Monday. After serving two years during the war in the United States Merchant Marine Greenfield's deep conviction of the Tightness of the Jewish cause compelled him to join the crew of the Hatikvah in February". 1947. He played a leading role in the ship's dramatic journey from Europe to Palestine, where it was captured by the British. Seized with the Jewish immigrant passengers. Greenfield was interned on Cyprus for four months and then transferred to the Athlit Detention Camp in Palestine from which he was finally released in September. After his release, he spent considerable time in Palestine, working with the young pioneers in their struggle to lay a firm foundation for the Jewish State. In addition, he continued to devote himself to aiding the plight of the homeless Jews in the DP Camps of Europe. Greenfield knows the whole tragic saga of the DP's, from their bleak existence in the camps, to the harried flight across Europe seeking a port of embarkation for Palestine; the difficult trip on crowded, dilapidated ships; the imprisonment in Cvprus: and finally, their eventual settlement in Israel. Minimum gift for the dinner is $25 per plate. Reservations may be made by calling Miss Green at 56-4331.



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PAGE TWO 9-Jmistncridlian FRIDAY, MARCH 11. 1949 > %  %  I 'r • • • • ll 1 1 %  Histadrut Plans Salute To Israel Dinner March 27 Preparations for a "Salute to Israel Dinner" to be held March 27 at the Saxony Hotel are now being made by the Histadrut Committee of Greater Miami, according to an announcement by Solomon Osheroff, regional director, whose office is at 835 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. The dinner will be dedicated to the Histadrut, the organization of the workers, builders and defenders of Israel. Following the dinner, a reception will be given in honor of Capt. Yaakov Wayland, military commander of Negba, will describe the exploits of Israel youth in the face of Egyptian army attacks. Maurice Samuel, noted author and lecturer will also speak. Committee in charge of arrangements will be headed by Leon J. Ell. Yaakov Wayland Mrs. Tobin To Entertain Sisterhood Officers Mrs. Charles Tobin, 5231 N. Bay Road, will entertain the officers and board of directors of the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom at a luncheon in her home today. Tlie luncheon will follow the regular monthly board meeting of the sisterhood. Mis. Louis J. Krcnsky, president, has announced. Baron Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Celia Baron, formerly of 1401' 2 S.W. 27th Ave.. will take place Sunday at 2 p.m. at Mt. Sinai Cemetery with Kabbi Mose.< Mescheloff officiating. Relatives and friends are asked to attend. MIAMI'S OLDEST FURNITURE MOVERS WANTED LOAD OR PART LOAD TO AND FROM NEW YORK OR VICINITY.. ALSO THE MIDDLE WEST AND CALIFORNIA LONG DISTANCE DOOR-TO-DOOR Transit Insurance Available On All Shipments, WITHERS VAN LINES 1000 NX. 1st Ave. Ph. 3-2667 Hebrew Academy Plans Expansion With a waiting list of 38 children interested in enrolling in the Hebrew Academy, the board of directors of the academy voted to add additional class rooms, playground facilities and equipment for extra curricular activities during the next few months. Plans are being made to enlarge present accomodations to take care of a total enrollment of 230 by next year. In existence only one and onehalf years the academy is now recognized as one of the leading institutions of its type in this, as well as other communities throughout the country. The Hebrew Academy, in addition to offering a progressive and comprehensive English education from the 1st to the 6th grades inclusive, as well as kindergarten groups, presents an intensive Hebrew education integrated with music and the arts. During the school year of 1949-1950 the academy is adding an additional 7th year grade to its school program. The school is open five days a week during the hours of 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. News Brief A charter to the newly organized Miami Beach Exchange Club was presented at a dinner this week at the Beachcomber, with Harry Blumin becoming first president. Other officers include Franklyn R. Fischer, vice president; Earl Shurtz, secretary; and George J. Bertman, treasurer. Named to the board of control were Jack Abbott, A. Otto Birn, Robert M. Lane, Dr. Alvin Honigsberg. Roy F. France, Sr., and M. M. Mason. National president M. Allen Barth presented the charter to the service group. Prof. Munson Speaks Prof. William B. Munson of the Uni\ersity of Miami History Dept. spoke on "The Mindzenty Affair" at the weeklv forum Sunday at 8:30 p.m. at the AVC Freedom House. A question and answer period in which the audience is invited to participate follows these forums which is open to the public. J '• -. %  .• %  ... .: < %  %  %  % % % % % %  & :*&^m#^' \ — T 0&f. *?*• 7**" %. j i %  p t %  %  • WHIPPED BUTTER r ,. ..... .11 Miami Office 1713 N.W. 7th Av., Phone 82-4731 Dade Red Cross Goal Is $302,200 More than 4,000 volunteer workers embarked on a county-wide campaign for Red Cross funds last week. Dade County goal for this year is $302,200 and advance gift contributions totalled $40,515. At the first report meeting of the workers held Monday it was announced that $63,664 or 21% of the goal had been pledged. Red Cross night will be held at Ned Schuyler's Beachcomber Monday night from 7 p.m. to midnight. Heading the county drive for the seventh consecutive year is H. H. Hyman. His assistant chairman is Horace E. Loomis. Mrs. A. C. McGraner, residential division chairman, reports that 2.000 women volunteers are now conducting a house-to-house canvas in all residential areas. Employee solicitation has begun and campaign headquarters has received a number of report envelopes which indicate that some firms have completed their solicitation early. "The Dade County Red Cross Chapter," Hyman said, "has no apology to make when asking residents of this sunny section to give, for here are a few statistics which should spell success for our drive: "A total of 3.500 of our residents were taught first aid, water safety and accident prevention during the past year; 27,929 miles were driven bv motor service in the interest of a number of organizations in our community; 45,000 persons were aided by our home service department. "Ten thousand refugees were cared for during hurricanes and floods which struck this section; during the past 17 months the Red Cross has spent over $414,000 on disaster relief alone in Dade County." On the eve of the opening of the campaign, President Truman, speaking from Washington, stated that "keeping the Red Cross strong is part of our overall job," and called upon the nation to "over-subscribe the national goal." A total of 81 per cent of the $302,200 local quota will be retained by the Dade chapter and 19 per cent will be sent to the national headquarters as this section's share of the national and international program, Hyman reported. Rhoda Zisman Crowned Queen At Purim Ball Rhoda Zisman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Zisman, 1773 N.W. 21st Terr., was crowned Queen Esther at the Purim ball sponsored by the Sisterhood of Beth El Congregation Sunday night at the Dora August Memorial Hall. Rabbi Murray Grauer presided over the coronation. Miss Zisman's ladies-in-waiting were Wilma Shulman and Eleanor Sachs, runners-up in the contest for queen. Gifts were presented to all contestants. Sidney Palmer served as master of ceremonies. Mrs. Jack Shapiro was general chairman of the event. She was aided by Mrs. George Solinger, Mrs. Max Rappaport, %  Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Perl and Mr. and Mrs. Murray Shulman. Temple Isaiah Honors Heads Of Committees Committee heads were honored last week at Temple Isaiah's weekly luncheon at 12:15 p.m. at the National Hotel. Newly appointed committees include: House. Joe Rosonthal and Ben Silver; ritual, Siegfried Geiamar, chairman, A he Hir.sch, Mrs. Hen Tupler, 'Mrs. .lullus l'erlmutter; legal, Harold Shapiro and Alfred Kreisler, co-chairmen, Abe Schonfeld. J. H. Keys, Mrs. dale Drey fuse; publicity, Dr. Seymour Kreisler. chairman, Mrs. Gilbert Knlkln, co-chairman; bulletin. J. B. Keys, chairman. Mrs. David Pollack, co-chairman; sick and welfare, Chairman, Dr. Milton Goldman, assisting. Mrs. Anna Strauss, Mrs. Crace Tucker; membership, Dr. Leo Zuckerman. chairman, Mrs. Clara Mae Van NesS, co-chairman; finance, Ben Tupler, chairman. Mrs. Grace Tucker, cochairman, assisting Abe Schonfeld, Mrs Hetty Silver, Charles Gordon, Hose Krodsky, Julius J. l'erlmutter, Sam Hyman. Sam I'urcell and Mrs. HatUe Spiegal; program, Abe Schonfeld, chairman and Mrs. Ben Silver, co-chairman; special gifts, Charles Cordon, chairman, Hose Brodsky, cochairman; building fund, J. J. l'erlmutter, haii'in. in. Sam Hyman, M. S. I'urcell, Hattie Spkgal, co-chairman religious school. Al Cohen, principal. Airs. J, B, Keys and Mrs. Abe Schonfeld, assistant principals; Sisterhood representative, Itabbi David ltaab, who Is also an ex-oflcio member; youth group, Richard Goodman, chai: man, Mrs. Mildred Schreiber. cochairman; Young Polks League, Alfred Kreisler, chairman, Jean Mechloultz. co-chairman; Men's Club representative. Dr. Maurice Rich, chairman, Mrs. Samuel Hohauser, cochairman. Miami Y Nursery School To Hold Purim Party &f A. Purim party for parei of the Miami Y nursery will be held next Tuesday at 2 p.m., at th J building. The Purim story i n Hebrew will be presented by the five year old children of the kindergarten Other age groups will demon* trate the work they are doing i n the nusery. The public is invited. Young Judaea Group Presents Talent Show Shalom Chapter Young Judaea presented a talent show at the Miami Beach Jewish Center 1415 Euclid Ave., on Tuesday at 7 30 p.m. Participants in the show were Joyce Askowitz, Estelle Weiss, Rose Benson, Phyllis Waldman, Helen Schuman, Toby Jaffe Carol Newman, Maxine Bell, Barbara Melich, Frances Ash, Barbara DeJover. Life Insurance Estates Authoritatively Programmed NAT GANS Metropolitan Life Inc. Co. 907 Blacayne Blda. Ph. S--4616 er 4-99*1 See or phone me for your LIFE INIURANCI NEED* CHICKEN-ALAKING" Truly a regal diahl Delicious, Kosher ideal for tempting year 'round menus. 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ppmAY^ MARCH 11. 1949 -Jenistiflcridian PAGE THREE /'// Say... By HARRY SIMONHOFF Tho oriein of Purim has bothered scholars. Strange j •„ indeed for a Jewish holiday. Play acting, maskdo i cVvlarking, drinking, and roistering strike an m & nntc in a Jewish celebration. Some see the influence of pagan Bacchanal revelries. i Perfect Romance ohviouslv the celebration is grounded in the book r.ther Here critics have a field day. They see in the a perfectly contrived and masterly written 22Snce It has all the elements of good theatre—a Sous setting, a beautiful heroine, a sentimental nmneror a scheming villain, a wise virtuous hero. ThPi-e is' local color, foreshadowing, suspense, a plot "J su b plot, perfect timing, a grand climax and >nti climax, death to the villain, promotion for the horn A catastrophe is averted and turned into a .nlendid victory. Virtue is rewarded, and vice is punished. No one has come nearer writing a more perfect story. Rataklin our vernacular, the story has a surprisinelv modern flavor. It begins with a 7 day binge. rirou'ing with boon companions, the king orders his lawful wife to do, presumably, a strip tease. Her dignity outraged, the queen sends her scornful refusal Now is the king's turn to feel outraged. Upon the advice of a favorite, Vashti is dismissed—probably executed. After the hangover, the befuddled king misses his queen and regrets the wild party. His counsellors hit upon the brilliant idea: to hold a series of beauty contests. The title, Miss Persia, goes to a Jewish maiden. Her real name is Hadassah but she prefers Esther, which seems as fashionable then as Gwendolyn or Sandra is today. Before her marri--0 to Ahasuerus, she is told by Mordecai, a wise and prudent cousin, not to reveal her religion or national origin At the same time, her kinsman, who seems •o get around, overhears a plot to murder the king. He reports to Esther. With the F.B.I, on the trail, the conspirators are soon hanged. The report is received by headquarters and duly filed. But the incident is forgotten. Haman ... ... %  Here the story could close with a joyous ending. Esther as queen could live happily ever after with her children, who would be 100% Persians. But the eternally inconvenient Jewish problem obtrudes itself. Haman, an Agagite, and therefore a non-Persian concealing an inferiority complex, becomes Grand Visier. To compensate for his secret sense of not really belonging, he demands that everybody knock their heads to the ground when he passes. Mordecai, with a stubborn Jewish tradition of heiling no man, ps-c-s bv this puissant pigmy without making the slightest curtsy. Haman gets madder every time he is uigttMCL On inquiry, he finds this rebel member of a clan who have Deculiar ideas of right and wrong; who are pretty much set in their laws, their manner of worship, and their way of life. Haman decides to get rid of Mordecai and the entire tribe. During a pleasant tete-a-tete with the king, he talks darkly Purim: Carnival Day about the empire harboring a scattered people who pay little attention to the king's laws. They should be exterminated! As for the loss in revenue, he personally would foot the bill. After the 9th drink, when nothing seems too important, the king signifies his O.K. by handing over the signet ring, presumably to stamp the documents. Either The decree, supposedly a secret until the 13th day of Adar, calls upon the Satraps of 127 dominions "to destroy, to slay, and cause to perish all Jews, young and old, little children and women, in one day." This has a familiar ring to us. Mordecai, possibly through his F.B.I, connections, is let into the secret. Since no male can enter a harem, he has to put on an act. Clad in sackcloth and ashes, he goes about the city griping bitterly. He reaches the palace gate and is forbidden entrance on account of the queer costume. Servants rush to tell their mistress. The queen is horrified. She thinks her relative has gone batty and sends him decent clothes through her trusted eunuch. Mordecai relays the plot, the royal decree, and the machinations of Haman. The moral is quite obvious. It is up to the queen to use her blandishments and change the king's senseless decree. But Esther is not quite of the heroic mould. She appears unwilling to jeopardize her life or high station. Life is prettv pleasant. Why interpose this unpleasant and unpopular Jewish business? But her kinsman rises to prophetic fury in his threats and denunciations. The queen now thoroughly alarmed, decides to take a chance. She puts on a gown v of the latest model and appears unbidden in the royal presence. The king is suddenly captivated and touches her with th gol Ion sceptre. She probably upbraids him coquettishly for his neglect and winds up by getting him to attend her party, an exclusive affair for him and his Prime Minister The king, who likes a good drink, doesnt need coaxing. The party goes off smoothly, and he no doubt expresses himself quite gallantly as to the pleasure he would get to attend such an intimate party more often. The queen immediately invites both her guests for the following evening. Mordecai „ .. During that night, when the wine wears oft, tne king is unable to sleep. There being no radio to hook on, he commands his secretary to bring in the secret F B.I. chronicles. He hears the story probably for the first time how he owed his life to the vigilence of one Mordecai, who frequents the palace gate, that is, hobnobs with the officials. The king, evidently not a bad sort, asked whether his savior had ever been rewarded. Evidently the F.B.I, had taken the credit themselves. It was now time for breakfast and the Grand Visier is in the anteroom expecting, no doubt, to bum a cup of coffee. Ahasuerus asks advice of his wise counsellor. In what manner can honor be shown to a man who has greatly pleased the king? Haman s ego blacks out every one else. He sees himself on horseback, arrayed in royal robes, the kingly crown on his head, being lead about the streets by a noble prince exclaiming "here is the man the king delights to honor." „_ "A good idea," exclaims the Persian ruler. I knew I could always count on your wisdom. Get the horse, the apparel, and the crown from the palace, and you yourself take Mordecai the Jew for a slow walk throughout the city. Be sure to exclaim to the people the very words you just uttered." The Banquet When Haman comes home that evening, his wife comments: "It's bad to do business with these Jews. Somehow one always gets the worst of the bargain. Haman barely has the time for a bath and a shave. He rushes to the queen's banquet. The food is good and so is the wine. The king is expanding into a pleasant mood. He feels more in love than ever, and says to his favorite queen, "Anything in the world you want, you can have, even if it be half of my kingdom." The queen rejoins: "What good is a kingdom if I'll soon be dead?" He honestly doesn't know what she is talking about. She tries to explain that she and all her kindred are scheduled to die on a certain day. Slavery wouldn't be so bad, but she couldn't very well go for the slaughter business. The king still doesn't understand. Then she points dramatically to Haman as author of the decree to exterminate her entire nation. The king goes into the garden to cool off. He feels his mind isn't quite up to making an important decision. Haman realizes he is in the dog house and starts pleading with the queen. As the king returns, it appears to him that Haman is getting fresh. Then one of the bright boys in the diplomatic corps thought it was high time to spill the beans. Haman had erected a 50 ft. gibbet to hang Mordecai. The king says, "Good! That saves time and expense. Hang Haman on it immediately!" The Aftermath After this strong climax there was still a job to do. The decree had gone out to the provinces that on Adar 13th a grand slaughter would be great fun and perfectly legal. According to the author, a decree once issued by thCMedes and the Persians could never be altered. Therefore, another order was necessary to permit the Jews to defend themselves. So on the fateful day. mobsters paid with their lives wherever they attempted to attack. The scroll ends with a paean of triumph. Esther's influence becomes all powerful, and Mordecai the Jew is made Prime Minister. Is it due merely to the excellence of the story that Jews have been celebrating Purim for 2500 years? No holiday rs taken a deeper hold upon the Jewish subconscious. For imbedded in the tale are some deep lessons in historic and psychologic truths. In a dramatic way, it stresses the ultimate insecurity of Jews on foreign lands. No telling where or when the axe will fall. Haman is the anti-Semitic archetype of the ages. Through the centuries under many strange skies Jews have heard the refrain: "to be destroyed, to be slain, to perish." ____ Rabbi Jacob Greenberg Dies At 69 CHICAGO, (JTA)—Rabbi Jacob Greenberg, Dean of the Hebrew Theological College here for the last 25 years, died recently at the age of 69. He was a renowned Talmud ic scholar and was considered a world authority on the Jewish calendar. ] I n ) J 8600 Biscayne Blvd. MUSIC COCKTAILS DINNER SUPPER Reservations Phone PAUL 7-3831 If You Desire JEWISH CUISINE Try These LUNCHEON SPECIALS SANDWICHES SMOKED SALMON CHOPPED LIVER TOMATO HERRING SOUR CREAM SPECIALS SOUR CREAM WIT H COTTAGE CHEESE SOUR CREAM WITH VEGETABLES Air-Conditioned Meiianine Floor M. 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PAGE FOUR *Jenist %  fhriUktr FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 1949 [ • EDITORIAL Ground Breaking Beth David breaks ground Sunday for its new house of worship on Coral Way. Miami's pioneer congregation inspired spiritual enlightenment in the days when there was no other House of God. It witnessed the growth of a people and a community which has blossomed forth today to a city of many temples. Beth David has withstood the branching off of many of its congregants who, as the town spread out, took the pioneer spirit with them to build for a stronger Judaism. Beth David remains today as a strong pillar of religion in the community. The consecration of new ground Sunday evidences its forward progress. The Rabbi and Congregation are to be congratulated for the determination to forge ahead— to keep abreast with a Greater Miami. Ait American Fight The attempts of groups branded as subversive by the government of the United States fool very few people when they attempt to "have the pot call the kettle black." There are legitimate, truly American groups, well gualified to fight the Klan without the help of groups as bad or more so. The Ministerial Association, Anti-Defamation League, Conference of Christians and Jews, the Governor, are all working to eliminate the K.K.K. and that for which it stands. It is an American fight and will remain so These attempts to secure notoriety fool very few! Purim The festival of Purim is the happiest of all Jewish holidays. It commemorates the delive ance of the Jews of ancient Persia from \h messacre planned by their arch enemy, Hainan 6 the prime minister of King Ahasuerus. The festival begins at sundown Monday, the 14th of March and concludes at sundown Tuesday, the 15th i March. The Hebrew date is the 14th of Adar The Biblical Book of Esther tells the story of this festival. The beautiful Jewess, Esther, was chosen by the King to be his Queen, and at a series of banquets tells the King of the plot of Haman against her people. The indignant monarch orders him hung on the scaffold he had prepared for Mordecai. The Book of Esther is a charming story of virtue rewarded and evil punished. Since that day the festival has been celebrated with joy and thanksgiving throughout the world Charity is given; children exchange gifts; special foods are prepared, and even the young are permitted liberties in the Temple denied on all other occasions. The Book of Scroll of Esther is read at services and an atmosphere of gaiety prevails. Games are played and songs are sung, and masks and costumes are worn. In this day and age, the Purim festival raises the hopes and hearts of all persecuted peoples. It tells of the miracle of deliverance from evil, and gives the promise of the coming of the day when all men will walk in dignity and concord. Security Council Votes To Admit State Of Israel To UN Membership LAKE SUCCESS. (JTA)—The U.N. Security Council this week voted to recommend the admission of Israel to membership in the United Nations. The vote was 9 to 1, with Britain abstaining. Egypt cast the lone negative vote, charging that the Israeli application was being "railroaded" through the Council. Immediate approval of the Israeli application was urged at the Council session by U.S. delegate Warren Austin. He emphasized that there is no doubt that Israel constitutes a slate within the meaning of that term under international law. He also pointed out that Israel qualifies for U.N. membership under the provisions of the Charter which specify that a state must be peaceloving to qualify for admission. "The people of Israel," he said, "have given the world a convincing demonstration of their ability to organize their government and establish a system of administration and law-making under the mo.*t difficult conditions." He Rep. Sol Bloom %  lies At 7 WASHINGTON — Rep. Sol Bloom, New York Democrat, chairman of the House Foreign Affairs committee, died unexpectedly Monday night of a heart attack. He would have been 79 Wednesday. The veteran congressman had entered the hospital March 4 with a cold. It was on March 4. 1923, that Bloom began his long service in Congress. He was re-elected last fall to his 14th term as a representative from New York's 20th district—part of the city of NewYork. Death was attributed to an acute coronary condition. +Jew 1st ncridfor Published every Friday since 1P7/ uy The Jewish Floridian at 120 N '£ Sixth Street. Miami 1i. Florida. Entered as second class matter July <. 1930, at the Post Office f Miami. Fla.. under the Act of March 4, 1S7S. The Jewish Floridian has absorbed MM Jewlah Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agenoy, Seven Arts Fsature Syndicate. Worldwide News Service National Editorial Association, Amerl. can Association of English.Jewish Newspaoera. Florida Press Association SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Or.a Year $ 3.00 Two Years 1 8.00 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher Telephones 2-1141—2-8212 OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth S treet Volume 22 Number 10 FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 1949 ADAR 10. 5709 especially lauded the armistice agreement reached recently between Israel and Egypt at Rhodes. Soviet delegate Yacob Malik said that Russia was in favor of Israel's admission at the last session of the Council in Paris and would vote in favor of it now. All the legal requirements of the Charter, he said, have been met by Israel and it is therefore the duty of the Council "to act favorably at once on Israel's application for U.N. membership." Mahmoud Fawzi Bey, the Egyptian delegate, in a violent tirade apparently aimed at the home audience in Egypt, said that Israel's application should be discarded because of Israel's "long record of disobedience to the Security Council and the United Nations." The least that could be done, he declared, was to follow the suggestion of the Chinese delegate. Gawzi asked the president of the Council to explain why Israel's application was moved ahead on the ^agenda. "How about the territory Israel is still holding in defiance of the Security Council?" he shouted. Israeli, Arab Clash Reported A clash between Trans-Jordan's Arab Legion and Israeli armored forces moving toward the Gulf of Aqaba was reported by the defense ministry Wednesday. There were reports that fighting broke out Tuesday night and continued Wednesday. Trans-Jordan's port of Aqaba, where British troops are stastationed, is flanked on the west by a 10-mile coastal strip of Palestine's Negev desert which the United Nations assigned to the Jews. Aqaba has been an issue between Israel and Britain since British troops moved into the port last fall, by request of Trans-Jordan's King Abdullah, under the terms of a mutual defense treaty. Israel protested this and other British moves to the United Nations. In Haifa, United Nations chief of Staff Brig. Gen. William E. Riley met the Israeli delegation for the Israel-Lebanon armistice talks. The Israelis and Lebanese met for the fourth time Thursday with Riley in attendance. Transjorda uia us. Jews Meet With Bunche At Rhodes RHODES, (JTA)—Acting U.N. mediator Ralph J. Bunche met this week with the Transjordanian and Israeli delegations following the return here of Reuvcn Shiloah, Foreign Ministry head of the Israeli delegation, and the chief Transjordanian delegate from consultations with their respective governments, a U.N. communique stated here. Thus far, there has been no answer to Dr. Bundle's query to the Iraq government as to wheth-' er Transjordan is authorized to represent it at the armistice negotiations. The mediator refused to comment on a radio report that Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri es Said denied in the Iraqi parliament that Transjordan had been authorized to speak for Iraq at the Rhodes parley. The real block to the negotiations at present is not the Iraqi situation, but the sudden demand of the Transjordanians that certain specific military demands put forward by them be considered early in the talks. The demands, if agreed to, would create a situation highly dangerous to the security and sovereignty of the Jewish state, it is understood here Workmen's Circle To Mark Birthday at Banquet Branch 692 of the Workmen's Circle will celebrate its anniversary with a banquet Sunday at 6:30 p.m. at the New Lyceum, 25 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, Leon Elkin, recording secretary, announced. Chono Gotesfeld, well known for his humorous sketches in the Jewish Forward, will appear on the program in a reading of "Purim Humoresque." Reservations for the affair may be made by calling J. M. Freedman, 500 15th St., Miami Beach, at 58-1732. Holiday Affairs The Teen-Age Council of the Miami Beach Y wil conduct a Purim ball at which Queen Esther will be crowned tomorrow night at 8 o'clock at the Y building. Mrs. Levin Announces Nominating Committee Mrs. Isaac Levin, president of the Temple Israel Sisterhood, named members of the nominating committee at a meeting Monday. On the committee are Mrs. Max Meisel, chairman, Mrs. Harry Nevins, Mrs. Alvin Richter, Mrs. Albert Green and Mrs. Maurice Serotta. The slate selected by this group wi pe posted on the Temple bulletin board March 21 and mailed to all members with a notice of an electing meeting in April. At that meeting nominations will also be accepted from the floor Mrs. Levin announces. A panel discussion on the subject. "How Can Women Effectuate Their Power as a Force f 0 r ? 9 ood was the highlight of Monday s meeting.Participants were Eve Tellegen, Mrs. T V Moore, Mrs. Sidney Weintrauh and County Solicitor Robert R. l *ylor. Nat'l ADL Leader To Address Institute (Continued from Page 1) Shore Lodge B'nai B'rith; Mrs. Carol Sarvetnick, Emma Lazarus Chapter Business and Professional Women; Jack Kapner, West Palm Beach; Abe S. Goldman, commander United Veterans' Council. Presiding at the morning session will be Burnett Roth, general chairman of the institute. Leonard L. Abess, chairman Florida ADL advisory board and executive committee will serve as chairman of the afternoon session which will be highlighted by the award presentations. Plaques for outstanding achievement in the field of human relations will be awarded to Dr. Gordon W. Lovejoy, chairman of the department of human relations, University of Miami; George J. Talianoff; and the St. Petersburg Times. The presentation of the award to Dr. Lovejoy will be made by Mitchell Wolfson, prominent civic leader and member of the Florida ADL advisory board and executive committee. George J. Talianoff will be honored for his four years of service as director of the Florida ADL office. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, will present a plaque to Mr. Talianoff. The St. Petersburg Times is being honored by the ADL for its crusading editorial policy in consistently exposing bigotry and discrimination. Warren Pierce, associate editor, is arriving in Miami from St. Petersburg to accept the plaque in behalf of this newspaper. Frank G. Kleinfeld, prominent St. Petersburg business leader and B'nai B'rith member will make the presentation representing the ADL. A large delegation of St. Petersburg community leaders are planning to visit Miami Beach to participate in the ceremonies honoring the St. Petersburg Times. The institute is open to the public and reservations may be made n C o alll !! B ,?' nai B ritn Council, f C w CyboId Building, or phone Obituaries JACOB HYMAN Am64. of 1531 RW. 6th St. passed away at his home suddenly thin week. A reHiilent of Miami for the past I'l M-I.I-H Mr. Hyman was oriRlnally JIT ph ""Phta. Surviving are the widow. R„s e ; two anna, Sidney and J nHrrt : one daughter. Mr. Max ,H hr ee hr<,,r '<' r Edward. Sam and Morris. Funeral aervica. were held at the Gordon Funeral Chapl and Interment took place In Mount iS ?"etery. The widow will re"Irte with her son-in-law and daujrhtB.W. 14th Ave. Women's I nit To Stage Luncheon (Continued from Page 1) Beth Sholom. Taking parts will be Mrs. Leon Ell, Mrs. William Farr and Mrs. William Bernstein. Mrs. Alexander Kogan will be chairman of the function. Serving with her as hostess will be Mrs. Bess Nelson. The Women's Unit held a tea yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Jack Ablin, 6342 North Bay Road, at 2 p.m. with Mrs. Louis Altschul and Mis. Leo Gerngross as co-chairmen of the affair. Mrs. Barbara Lawrence was guest speaker. In the receiving line were the Mesdamcs Sirkin, Louis Glasser, Carl Weinkle, Sylvia Chertkof, Kogan, Ablin, Altschul and Gerngross. EDWARD E. BRILL rt se M, of Miami H—oh. passed ^n g A rtv.,. M r8 0nid Lchai n wTrrt i M a JH d lwo "randaona. Edward L. and Robert Brill. Giller To Head Apartment I nil The apartment house owners of Greater Miami are responding to the call of the 1949 Combined Jewish Appeal in greater numbers than ever before in the history of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, according to Ben. Giller, president of the Apart-; ment House Association of Miami Beach. Giller recently accepted the chairmanship of the Apartment House Division of the campaign. His co-chairman for Miami is S. B. Miller. Miller and Giller met with other members of the division on Monday night at 8:30 p.m. at the Miami Beach Elementary School to formulate plans for a divisional breakfast to be held on Sunday. William D. Singer, campaign chairman, addressed the group. Miami Hebrew School Services Dedicated To Mizrachi Women's Unit Rabbi Simon April of tne Miami Hebrew School and Congregation will dedicate his forum tonight to Mizrachi. A special triDute will be paid to the women active in the organization. On Sunday night the beacomber Hotel management n invited the Tamara membership and their friends to be guests at a dance in the hotel patio, included on the program win Arnold Davis, variety dancer, Ruth Rochow, singer and Mane Lynn Wahrman. black face comedienne. The program has omm arranged by the Mesdames Israel Slotsky, B; Pollack, S. Blinky in cooperation with the master ^ ceremonies at the hotel. A card party sponsored by in Tamara group is scheduled for Sunday night, March 20. at tne Beth El Congregation, 500 i>. 17th Ave. Mrs. Herbert Oster ww be hostess. aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaal



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nMp.V.MAR CH 11, 1949 Rabbi Lehrman To Be Honored swart &££? &, of Miami Beaches conserya'? ad wrncogue. Rabbi Irving ,lV !i 1 will be honored at a Uhr ?Pt and reception to be held b f12p Miami Beach Jewish CommunityCentc" 1701 Washington A fi?A? AbHn 6 member of the cvnfeocuc board of directors is lairSn of the affair. On his c See are Max Greenberg, Jo3 M. Rose. Mrs. Arthur S Mrs. Harry Rogers, Alfred StoneHarry Bodenstein and rporce JTalianoff. When the rabbi assumed his dutein August, 1943 the congregation had a membership of 250 Under his guidance, the membership has grown to 800 families The Rabbinical Assembly of America, the official conservative rabbinate of America, chose Rabbi Lehrman to be its representative on the national executive board of the United Synagogue of America, the national synagogue body of which the center is a member. ^^ B'nai B'rith To Form New Unit Plans have been announced by Charles R. Jacobson, executive director of the B'nai B'rith Council, for the organization of a new B'nai B'rith Lodge to service the community of North Miami and environs. Instrumental in calling the first meeting is Mayor Edward Taigman of the municipality of North Miami and Milton A. Friedman, president of the B'nai B'rith State Federation. B'nai B'rith Council officers. E. Albert Pallot, Bill Pallot, Sam Silver and A. J. Kaplan will meet Monday at 8:15 p.m.. in North Miami to discuss formation of the 8th B'nai B'rith Lodge in the Dade County area. Dr. Maurice A. Goldberg, president of District Grand Lodge No. 5. and Julius Fisher, secretary of District Grand Lodge No. 5 will be honored guests at this first organizational meeting and will bring a message of congratulations from national headquarters in Washington, D. C. Residents of North Miami interested in attending the meeting may call Mayor Taieman at his home at 7-7765 or Friedman at 3-6264. Beach Hadassah To Meet Monday A meeting of the Miami Beach Business and Professional Women's Division of Hadassah will be held at the Beach Y Monday at 8:15 p.m. The meeting will celebrate the birthday of the organization, and in honor of the occasion there will be a dedication reading by Frances Novik. A talk on child welfare, one of Hadassah projects, will be given by Mrs. Bea Cypress. A new Palestinian film will be presented by the Massada group. Plans for a rummage sale to be held in the near future will be discussed. Anyone having merchandise suitable for the sale is asked to contact Dorothy Parker, 1545 Euclid Ave. Arrangements will be completed for an all games party to be held at the Sagamore Hotel March 21. The nominating committee, headed by Marguerite Marks, will present the new slate of officers. Moishe Oysher To Appear At Plaza Moishe Oysher, "master singer of his people," comes to the Plaza Theatre, Miami Beach, tomorrow for a five-day personal appearance engagement. Mr. Oysher, who needs no introduction to Miami's Yiddish theatre-goers, will also be seen in the accompanying film presentation, "The Singing Blacksmith." The current stage show, featuring Henrietta Jacobson and Julius Adler, ends with tonight's performance. "His Wife's Lover," starring Ludwig Satz, is the feature attraction.—ST. +Jmisl>ncridr/ar) PAGE FIVE Program Scheduled For Jewish Home For Aged Scheduled to appear on a program to be given for the residents of the Jewish Home for the Aged Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock are Mrs. Esther Nannes, who will sing Jewish Folk songs; Mr. Azar, who will offer humorous readings; and Cantor Joseph Malek, director of the Coral Gables Jewish Center. Leo Steinman, who arranged the entertainment, is endeavoring to make these Sunday afternoon programs a regular bi-monthly feature. Anyone wishing to participate is urged to contact him at 6-4148 W. Miami Center Plans Purim Ball The West Miami Jewish Center will sponsor a Purim dance Saturday night, March 19 at 8 o'clock at the Coral Gables Women's Club, Sam Stone, general chairman, announces. Proceeds from the affair will be used to defray the group's share of the deficit of the United Jewish Schools. Highlight of the evening will be the Queen Esther contest. A popular orchestra will provide music for dancing. Working on Stone's committee are Mrs. Louis Goldin and Mrs. Harry Klein. Rodeo Will Open At Orange Bowl Tonight The first official show of the Rorteo Cowboys Association ever to aippear in this area begins tonigtot at the Orange Bowl with the presentation of the Championship Rodeo. Repeat performances will be given tomorrow evening and Sunday afternoon. Tickets are on ;Sale at Fan's Tours, 2315 Collins Ave., and at the rodeo office, 126 N-E. 1st St. The event is being sponsored by the nine Optimists Clubs of Greater Miami, with proceeds being used toward the Boys' Work Clubhouse Building Fund. Beth Jacob Religious School Will Present Purim Program Wed. The Beth Jacob Religious School Purim program will be presented Wednesday at 7 p.m. at the synagogue. The evening's entertainment will include a cavalcade of Purim music, a quiz program, a costume and masque contest and a movie "The Story of Purim," in English. Refreshments will be served to children by the Beth Jacob Sisterhood. PASSOVER SPECIALS MEATS FISH A ONE STOP STORE for EVERYTHING in KOSHER PRODUCTS ORDER NOW lor PASSOVER B&B Kosher Market 812-814 S.W. 22nd AVE. Phone 83-4677 BOB PIERCE. Owner AttewUoft V/uA>eM> // SSSmfS SET CAMBER, CASTER AND TOE-IN 0/14*1* rA i Someone has said that stars are the flowers of heaven, and flowers the stars of earth. 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I I r I PAGE SIX vjenisti fhridlian FRIDAY, MARCH 11, RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY Miami Beach. Congregation Beth Jacob (Orthodox). 301-311 Washington Are.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Friday evening services at 5:4.1 p.m. Late Friday evening forum at 8:80. Dr. Alexander Rosenfeld, executive director of the World Hebrew Union. will speak in Yiddish on "The Hebrew Culture and Language." Rev, (•tulip l-'rieil will lead in the communal HlliKinR ussHsted by tho H.-th Jacob Iti-liKioiiN whool chorus. Early Saturday morning services at 6:80. HeKular Sal.bath service at 8:30 u.m. Rabid Mescheloff's sermon topic will he "TinEternal Memory." Junior services held for ohlldren of elementary school Bge in the KI-HKIOUH School annex at io a.m. under direction of Max Bertman of the faculty. Klddush will be served under direction of Mrs. Joseph Brenner. Mlncha at r.:4r> followed by Shall is SeUdOB. Quest speakerwill bo Rabbi X. Gottlieb. Celebration ol Purlin IM begin with evening services and the reading of the Scroll of Esther Monday. Scroll will be read Bgaln during morning Bervlces Tuesday at 7:30. Sunday school at 9:30 a.m. Pally school from 3:80 to 0:80. Congregation Beth David (Conservative). 135 N.W. Third Ave. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. Late Friday evening services nt 8:15. Rabbi Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mamches will officiate Mortimer May. vice president of the ZOA and former president of the Southeastern Region of ZOA, who recently returned from Israel will discuss the subject, "My Impressions of the State of Israel." Immediately after services Mrs. B. Oraber will be hostess at the reception in the auditorium in memory of her brother-in-law, Harry Tarbes, The floral offering will be made by Mr. and Nra. Jack Qold In celebration of their sons Bar Mltsvah. Sabbath services at 8:30 ;i m. Bar Mltsvah of Jay, son of Mi. and Mrs. .lack Gold. Students services at 10:30 a.m. Sunday Bar Mltsvah breakfast for boys and nirls 13 and over will be held tins week nt 8:40. Bible class under direction of Abraham Levltan meets daily at 7::ift a.m. for a Mischnias. Adult discussion group In synagogue every Sunday morning from 10:15 to 11:15 led by Rabbi Shapiro. Congregation Beth El (Orthodox), 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Cantor Milton Friedman. Friday evening services at 5:46 Friday evening forum at 8:80 p.m Rabin Qrauer "ill speak on "The Spirit of Purlm in Our Time." An Oneg Shabbat will follow in auditorium. Refreshments will be s.rv.d under the supervision of the Sisterhood. Saturday Bervlces at '.• am. Rabbi Qrauer will speak on "Our Memories: On the Sabbath of Remembrance." Students' services at i" a.m Saturday, supervised bv Bernard \V. Klmmel of the Religious school staff Mlncha at 5:45 p.m Followed by Shalos Seudos Sunday school at 10 a.m. Daily religious school from 8:30 to 6 p.m. Daily services 8 a m. and ti p.m. Jewish Community Center (Conservative). 2020 Polk St., Hollywood. Rabbi Max Kaufman. Friday evening Bervice at 8:13 p.m. Rabbi Slax Kaufman, assisted by the their, will conduct the service and sneak, Mrs Julian Anaell, national vice president of Hadassah, "ill be guest speaker, An Oneg Shabbat will follow the services on Friday evening with Hadassah members serving us hostesses Saturday services at 1" a.m Mrs. Edward Seevak will civ the Klddush after the morning service! in honor of her grandchildren, the Wasserman twins Sunday school at 10:80. Hebrew school Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday at 3 p.m. Confirmation and Bar Mltsvah classes at extra session Thursday at 3 p in. Mlnyan service daily at 9 a.m. Miami Beach Jewish Community Center (Conservative). 1701 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. Friday evening services at 5 p.m Ite Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Irving I.ehrmnn will preach on "What the Rabbinate Means to Me.'' Cantor Qoldrlng will chant the service assisted by the Center choir under the direction of Ben romen. Saturday morning services at !< a in. Dr Jacob H Kaplan, rabbi emeritus Of Temple Israel. Will preach ill tribute to Rabbi Lehrman on the occasion of his fifth anniversary witn the Center. Jr. Congregation at :3ti Youth breakfast Sunday morning at 9:15 In the chapel. Hebrew school Monday through Thursday 3:30 to b:30. Sunday school 10 o'clock to noon, i'reklndergnrten school Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 12. Adult Institute Monday and Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Congregation beth Tfilah (Orthodox). 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Friday evening sen-ices at 6:00. Saturday morning at 8:30 Rabbi Rackovskv will speak on the subject "Present lluv Amalekltes." Saturday evening services at 4:45. Rabbi Will speak on "The Portion of the Week. Mlncha at 5:15 followed by Shaloa Seudoa and a program of Hebrew songs and zinlros. Daily services at and S a.m. Class in Mlshna will be addressed by the Rabbi at 7:3" a.m. Sei vices at p.m. followed by a class in Jewish laws and customs Maarlv I follows nt 6:15. I'urlin celebration begins Mondav evening with the reading of the Megillah. Purlm services Tuesday morning at 7:30. Temple Emanu-El (Reform). 1801 S. Andrews Ave.. Fort Lauderdale. Dr. Marius Ranson, Rabbi. Friday evening services at 8:15. itabbi Ranson win preach the sermon. A reception will follow in the reception hall. The public is Invited to attend the service at 8 p.m. and the iception at 9:80 p.m. Temple Isaiah (Reform). 1065 Dade Blvd.. Miami Beach. Rabbi David Raab. Friday evening services at 8:15. Itabbi Raab will be honored by the congregation and sisterhood on his birthday. Rabbi Raab will conduct the service and pleach the sermon on the BUbJeci, "Purlm: The Festival "I Lots." Abe Bchonfeld will read the scripture. Rita Hyman Buckstel, well known lyric soprano, will be soloist, accompanied by Hetty lialam. A reception will follow under the supervision of Mrs. J. B. Keys, hospitality chairman. Blmone Phillips will kindle the Sabbath lights and Neal Keys will recite the Klddush. Religious school Sunday at 10 a.m. Temple Israel (Reform). 137 N.E. 19th St. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Rabbi Emeritus. Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will preach on "Purlm: The Festival and its Message For our Day." A congregational reception for worshippers, under Sisterhood sponsorship, will follow the services with Mis Max Holtsberg and Mrs. Louis Zeients as March co-chairmen, and Mrs. Adolph Werthelmer, house and refreshment chairman Mrs Leopold L. Schwarts will recite the blessing over the Sabbath .audits Sabbath morning services at II a.m, Members of the 194'.' continuation class will participate Israelite Center (General), 3346 S.W. 24th St. Dally services at 7 a.m. Saturday morning services at 9 a.m. Congregation Keneseth Israel (Orthodox). 432 Espanola Way. Friday evening services at 6.45 P. Saturday morning services at a,m. Mlncha at t i-m. followed b> BhalOi 3681 Save on Lett than 16c a pack CIGARETTES Chesterfields. Camels. 1 CO Lucky Strike, Old Gold, Philip Morris, Carton Kools, Raleigh, of 10 packs Tareyton. etc. ALL POSTAGE Af^p INSURANCE PAID ON 5 CARTONS OR MORE 5 CARTONS 87.90 7 CARTONS 81100 10 CARTONS 815.50 D. W. WOOD SALES CO. 2477 Callow Ave. Baltimore, Md. STILL The Finest Food in Florida LA CANTINA RESTAURANT BISCAYNE BLVD. AT 74th STREET / Leonard A. Levtne, Pres. Irving Blasberg. Trees. With DIGNITY and RESPECT our competent staff Is ready to relieve you of all the details in your hour of bereavement. Ambulance Service >) 5-5X44 Ttumcnial CAaful 1512 N. Broad Street Philadelphia 1850 ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH A. L. 6IMP8ON Funeral Director Seudoa. Religious Congregation N.W. 2nd St. FVldaj evening servl.-seat 6. Sa >' %  day morning services al •* %  5:49 |,,Mowed by Shales .seildos Miami Hebrew School and Congregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Berele Kelemer. Friday evening services nt 8:00 p.m. Late Friday Evening Forum at hi... S,rvi,.s will be dedicated to Mijra.hl Women's Organisations. Mrs Charles Turk, Mrs Many Stelnbach and Mrs. Bmanuel Karger, southeastern regional adviser, will participate. Rabbi April win conduct tinservices n d ."P e *" %  •The Concent of Mlirachl. antor Kelemer "ill chant An Oneg Shabbat will follow the services. The following ladled will nerve ns hostesses: the Mesdames I Ochs, E. Karger, l> Lentbenr S Kane, Saturday morning ..ei vice nt 9 Rabbi April will speak on •The Lesson of Purlm." Mlshna nt ;, ,, ,i, followed bj Mlncha and shales Seudos. The Rabbi wUl speak on the Portion of the Week. Sun.lav school at 1" a.m Hebrew school daily from J:18 to 6:15 p.m. Palh seivl.es at 7.80 a.m. and 6 p.m. The reading of the Megillah will take place Monday at 7 l>an United Jewish Scneols. North Campus, University of Miami. Sundav School at 10 a.m. Daddies Club at 10 a.m. and Adult Bible clans at 10 a.m. with Abraham Ixvltan, teacher. An open forum fallows. Coral Gables Jewish Center (Liberal). Sabbath eve services at Pratt General Hospital for partlents and residents of the Coral Oables area at 11:06 p.m. Director Joseph Malek will officiate at the services. Rabbi S M. Machtel will be guesl speaker. Hla topic "ill be "Observe v.uu Enemies, a Purlm theme Cantor Malek will chant the liturgical portion of the service. Mrs. Sam Weiss.I will bless the Sabbath Candles Social hour will follow the services. As patients must retire at Ma. worshipers are asked to arrive promptly at 8. Medlatlve organ music will be played prior t<> the service bv Mrs Irving Gerstenfeld. Temple Beth Sholom (Liberal). 4144 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi I.eon Kronish will speak on 'Who Will Save American Israel—An Esther or a Mordecal?" An Oneg Shabbat will follow in the patio. Mrs. Barbara Lawrence, New York publicist. Will be speaker. Sabbath service at 10:45, Bar Mltsvah of Samuel Stanton Ciralsky Children's birthday blessIng, Sundav school at 9:46 for children from 1' %  to 15, Hebrew classes week • days from 3:13 for children 7J4 to 14. -J '. CUTTY H. TAYLOR NOW LOCATED AT CUTTY'S CITIES SERVICE 2200 N. Miami Ave. 9-9364 WASH AND POLISH LUBRICATION—SERVICE 25th YEAR Camp Osoeola Thoroughly Modern Separate Camps for Jewish Boys and Girls. On Lake Osceola and Mills River. "In the Land of the Sky." Hendert onville. N. 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Mrs. Cowen Gives Book Beview Mrs. Edward Cowen reviewed the play, "Edward My Son," at 1:30 p.m. Monday at a meeting of the Temple Isaiah Sisterhood. Plans for the Purim carnival to be held March 20, at the Temple were discussed. A playlet by the Sunday School will be a highlight of the affair. Another event will be the presentation of a 1949 Buick. Al Cohen, principal of the Sunday School anounces that king and queen of the Sunday School will be chosen. Mrs. Clara Mae Van Ness is general chairman of the affair. Psychologist To Speak. Dr. M. Schneer, psychologist, will speak on "The Kinsey Report" Tuesday at 8:30 p.m. at the Workmen's Lyceum, 1545 S.W. 3rd St., under the auspices of the Club Everglades. The public is invited. TABLE PADS HEAT-PROOF. WATERPROOF. GUARANTEED Produced In M iami CALL 5-4360 For Courteous, Efficient, Colorful and Inexpensive 2-DAY SERVICE Our agents will bring samples and measure your tables. SUB-FIT TABLE PAD CO. 1807 PURDY AVE. 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Ko.her Zlon Product, for your ouitom.r. writ. dlr#ct to our Chicago offlc and th... ord.ra will hay. our lmmdJaU att.ntl.n, and b .hipped fro m our Chicago plant. Beach Hadassah To Present Skit "The Book of Hadassah," a short skit commemorating the Purim holiday, will highlight the program of tne Miami Beach Group of Hadassah at the regular meeting Monday at 1:30 p.m. in Temple Beth Sholom patio. Mrs. Morris Alpert, vice president, will preside. Mrs. Irwin Makovsky and Mrs. Arthur Simon, Jewish National Fund cochairmen, will report on their project. Presented in the rhythm and style of "The Book of Esther," the playlet will cover the projects of Hadassah from its inception to the present time. The cast includes the Mesdames Allen Becker, Barnett Beckerman, William Bernstein, Adolph Ginsberg, Ben Zion Ginsburg, Fred Jonas, Alexander Kogan, Max Korshak, Phillip Neuwirth, Al Osheroff, Harry Platoff, Herman Popkin, Arthur Simon. Toby Cooper, Roslyn Elbaum, Nancy Feldman, Sandra Freedman, Joanne Glasser, members of Junior Hadassah, will appear in variations of the Hora Dance. _, Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg, program chairman, is directing the skit. The musical background will be given, by Mrs. Irwin Weinstein. Mrs. Harry Heyman is stage director. Babbi Shapiro To Address Meeting Rabbi Max Shapiro will be guest speaker at the next regular meeting of the Miami Group of Hadassah to be held on Monday at 1:30 p.m. at the Miami Y. My Journey to the State of Israel will be the subject of the rabbi s address. Hadassah youth services, which are being highlighted this month will be described by Mrs. Albert Rosenthal, w'io will be chairman of the day. The public is invited to attend. Miami Y Women's Unit To Give Tea First in a series of social events sponsored by the newly created Women's Activities Group of the Miami YM & YWHA will be held Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Miami Y building in the form of a membership tea. A program is being prepared which will be followed by a games party. Mrs. Nathan Dubler is chairman of the committee in charge of arrangements. Assisting her will be the Mesdames Ruth Nurenberg, Rose Cutler, Alma Joy Budner, Sylvia Waldorf, Mildred Gordon, Edith Fechtner, Lena Weiner, Alyce Wilson, Belle Greenberg, Lillian M. Snyder, Rose Friedman and Helyn Sedon. Mrs. Nurenberg is chairman of the Women's Activities Group. Adelman Elected Lodge President Jerome R. Adelman has been elected president of the Coral Gables Lodge, B'nai B'rith. He will succeed Leonard Spiegel. Elected to serve with Adelman were: vice president, Alvin H. Corenblum; treasurer, A. Edgar Miller; financial secretary, Nat Lawrence; recording secretary, Lewis Pomerantz; corresponding secretary, Mortimer Felson; chaplain, Leonard Spiegel; warden, Oscar Greene; guardian, Arthur Winkelman; trustees, two years, Dr. Leonard Glickstein and William Hechler; trustees one year, Sam Rabinovich and Eugene V. Seidler. The lodge meets on the first Tuesday of each month at Hillel House, 3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Residents of Coral Gables and the South West area are invited to attend meetings and participate in the B'nai B'rith community service program. AUTO GLASS Installed While You Walt Full Line of Auto Accessories and Parts ABAMS GLASS SEBVICE 1805 Purdy Avenue Call 58-3756 or 5-4316 Need Help in a Hurry?—Call Al EMPLOYMENT SERVICE White and Colored H.lp Phonee 9-6317 — •-6727 •1 N. 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PAGE EIGHT tnmiatnurltMan I %  Personally Speak in g Mr. and Mrs. Max Feit have entertained as houseguests through the season their son-in-law and dauqhter, Mr. and Mrs. Saul Rose, Detroit, Mich. The Roses left last week for the North accompanied by Mr. Rose's father, Louis Rose. Barbara Weiner, daughter of the Milton Weiners, 3020 S.W. 4th Ave., and her room mate, Marilyn Goodman, daughter of the S. A. Goodmans, 6780 Harding Ave., Miami Beach, will arrive from Vanderbilt University Tuesday to spend the spring holidays with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz entertained at their home recently for several out-of-town members of the family visiting in Miami Beach. Present at the reunion were Mr. and Mrs. Max Soltz, New York City; Mrs. Marion Soltz, Miami Beach; Mrs. Zella Sholtz, Scarsdale, N. Y.; and Mr. and Mrs. Max Fischer, Newark, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Mortimer Roamer of New York City are vacationing at the Roney Plaza Hotel, Miami Beach. The Roamers are the nephew and niece of Mr. and Mrs. David Simon, long time residents of Miami Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Hy Senter, Brooklyn, N. Y., are visiting Mrs. Senter's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gelfenstein, 2828 S.W. 18th St. Dr. and Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan are leavinq Monday to spend a few weeks in Savannah, Ga. Mrs. Peggy Goldblum, 563 West 49th St., Miami Beach, is entertaining her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Seidel, New York City for the month of March. Mr. Seidel is president of the Seidel Advertising Agency. Ethel Rcsnick Wed To Bernard Ant hone The marriage of Ethel Resnick. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Resnick, 1055 West 46th St., Miami Beach, and Washington, Pa., to Bernard Anthone, son of the Joseph Anthones, Buffalo. N. Y., was an event of March 1 at the Sherry Frontenac Hotel. The bride wore a white organdy gown and carried a bible topped with white orchids and showered with lillies-of-the-valley. Her fingertip length illusion veil fell from a lace crown. Matron of honor was Mrs. Shirley Resnick and bridesmaids were Abby Scadron, Bernice Major. Betty Anthone and Leonore Sapowitch. Junior bridesmaid was Florence Resnick. All the attendants wore white organdy gowns and carried bouquets of various shades of blue to match the bows on their dresses. Sidney Anthone was his brother's best man and ushers were Arthur Resnick. Maxwell Berger, Gene Harris and Roland Anthone. The couple will reside in Buffalo, N. Y. % %  %  ;4 %  —. I ... Mrs. Bernard Anthone Mr. And Mrs. Brenner. Mrs. Meyers To Be Feted Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Brenner and their daughter, Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, who will depart for Israel on March 20, will be honored at an open house to be given from 2 to 6 p.m. Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Karger at their home, 1854 S.W. 23rd Terr. Mrs. Karger Ls national representative and advisor of the southeastern region of Mizrachi Women s Organizations. Friends of the honored guests are invited to attend. No invitations have been issued. Abbey-Stai r Ruth Steinberg Ruth Steinberg Betrothal Revealed The engagement of Ruth Steinberg to William Feldman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Feldman, 2221 S.W. 25th St., has been announced bv her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Steinberg, 103 N.Vv. 9th Ave. The bride-elect is a graduate of Miami High School and Pan American Business College. She is a leader of Girl Scout Troop No. Three, first vice president and membership chairman of the Business and Professional Women's Division. Miami Chapter of Hadassah and a member of the Miami YWHA. Her fiance attended the University of Florida and graduated from the University of Miami where he received his B. A. cum laude and his law degree. A member of the State of Florida and Dade County Bar Associations, he is engaged in the practice of law at 410 BLscayne Building. He is also affiliated with Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity, the B'nai B'rith, and the Miami YMHA. Plans arc being made for an early June wedding. Phyllis Einhorn Weds Bernard Greenfield Phyllis Einhorn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. Harry Einhorn, 2474 Swanson Ave., became the bride of Bernard Greenfield in ceremonies at the King Cole Hotel, Miami Beach. Louise Einhorn served as her sister's maid of honor and George Linner, Hampton, Va., was best man for his cousin. Ushering were Bernard Eichenbaum and Gordon Einhorn. The newly weds spent their honeymoon at St. Thomas Island in Dutch West Indies and will reside in Pottsville, Pa., where Mr. Greenfield is in business. The bride, a registered nurse, received her B. S. degree from St. John's University and served as supervisor of psychology at Pratt Veterans Hospital. Mr. Greenfield, an Army veteran, attended the University of Pennsylvania. Glasser Unveiling The unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Milton Glasser will take place Sunday, March 20, at 2 p.m. at Mt. Nebo with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating. Friends and relatives are requested to attend. PLAZA S. End Waih. Av„ Miami Beach THE HOME OF YIDDISH STAGE-SCREEN SHOWS FRI.. MARCH 11th IN PERSON HENRIETTA JACOBSON JULIUS ADLER ON THE SCREEN LUDWIG SATZ in HIS WIPE'S LOVERSTARTS SAT. MARCH 12th MOISHE OYSHER IN PERSON ON THE STAGE Also ON THE SCREEN IN The Singing Blacksmith" FRIDAY, MARr^^ Personally Speaking Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Conn, 4561 Prairie Avenue MBeach, will celebrate their 47th wedding anniversary toman? 1111 a family dinner in their home. gm + Mr. and Mrs. Leo Goodman of Brookline, Mass., are soend ing their annual mid-winter vacation at the Raleigh Hotel Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nachman and Mrs. Phillip I. ^u, Jacksonville, are the houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. Charl' Z Ludwig, 2208 South Miami Ave. The Ludwigs' daughter, Sheila? who is a student at Florida State University, will arrive Wedne* day to spend several days with her parents. Sheilah is tK<. Florida State "Sweetheart of AZA." "" + Delano Hotel guests from Portland, Me., Dr. Henry Pollard and Silas Jacobson, are expecting to pay a return visit here While on vacation in Miami Beach, they were house-quests also of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore C. Perry of San Marino Island formerly of Portland. Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Goldberg entertained at a small family dinner this week at the Delano Hotel. Their guests were Mrs. Goldberg's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Max Rossman of Cleveland. Mr. Rossman is a Cleveland hotelman and Mr. Goldberg, formerly of Cleveland, is the Delano's resident manager. Rabbi M. Lipshitz, father-in-law of Cantor B. Kelemer, is recuperating at Alton Road Hospital following a serious automobile accident on February 24. Coming here from Detroit, the Rabbi and Mrs. Lipshitz were vacationing in Miami when the near tragedy occurred. Also visiting in Miami is their son Rabbi Max Lipshitz, of Madison, Wisconsin. Goldbergers Will Reside In Newark Pearl S. Fishbein, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fishbein, 3130 S.W. 19th St., became the bride of Bernard Goldberger in a late afternoon ceremony Sunday in Newark, N. J. For the ceremony the bride chose an off-white satin gown with square neckline and long tapering sleeves. Her illusion veil was held in place by a seed pearl crown. She carried a bible adorned with orchids. Matron of honor, Mrs. Murray Siler, and junior bridesmaid, Phyllis Steiner, were attired in aqua taffeta gowns. Best man was Alfred Goldberger and ushers were Harvey Fishbein, Richard Fisk, Howard Goldberger, Jan Goldberger, Edward Manadorf, Harold Manadorf, Seymour Rothanan, Isidore Malikoff. O A reception followed the service. The former Miss Fishbein attended the University of Miami and was employed at the Miami Beach Federal Savings and Loan Association. Mr. Goldberger, an Air Forces veteran, attended Pace Institute. After a honeymoon in Florida and Cuba, the newly weds will live in Newark. Mrs. Bernard Goldberger Beach AJC WU1 Hold Membership Affair Plans have been completed for a membership cocktail party to be given by the Miami Beach Chapter of the American Jewish Congress at the home of Mrs. Alfred Lesser, 510 West 31st Street, Wednesday at 1 p.m. Cards will be played and a program has been planned. Assisting Mrs. Lesser with the arrangeme n t s will be Mrs. Jerome Kimball, Mrs. Lesser publicity; Mrs. k „,. J .. Herbert Greenoerg and Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz, membership. Board members will aIs serv e on the committee. Admission will be one or moie new members. Young Adult Dances Dances are held every Sunday evening at 8:30 at the Miami Y for young adults under the auspices of the Y. Lois Ghen Pledged To Howard Weissman R^ ing Ghen 35fl S.WI 23rd ri !" ^ the betrothal of Wi* Ughter Loi8 to Howard Weissman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Weissman, Miami Beach. earw'jS.^ wiU %  *• P la T P^i^"'a S^duate of the Lear School, is now attending the University of Miami. 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r mAY. MARCH II. 1949 +JewlsbFk>rldlla,n PAGE NINE —Hannau Studio Shown officiating at their first public event are Miami Junior u j.tah's president. Miss Elaine Sachs, and Mist Miriam Schemata vice president and chairman of Israel's projects. With them n (.and riahl) are Miss Anita Goldman and Miss Lee Friedman. 9b? rouD staged a fashion show at the Shelborne Hotel for the Kent of Me ier Schfeyeh Children's Village. Temple Isaiah To Honor Rabbi Raab Tonight at 8:15 p.m. at Temple Isaiah, the reform Jewish congregation of Miami Beach and its sisterhood will honor Rabbi David Raab, spiritual leader of the congregation, upon his birthday, according to President Julius Jay Perlmutter. A special reception will be held under the supervision of Mrs. J. B Keys, hospitality chairman, following the service. .... Rabbi Raab will conduct the service and preach the sermon on the subject: "Purim: Festival of Abe Schonfeld, secretary of the temple, will read the scripture. The book and Scroll of Esther Will be read at the service. Also participating in the service, Hadassah Group To Plan Affairs The Business and Professional Women's Division, Miami Chapter of Hadassah, will hold its next business meeting on Monday evening at 8:30 at the Miami Y. Final plans will be made for a membership cocktail party to be held Sunday afternoon, March 20, from 2:30 to 5 at the home of Mrs. Peter Brod, 760 N.W. 3rd St. Ruth Steinberg is in charge of arrangements for the affair. Paidup members and escorts have been extended invitations to attend. Plans will also be discussed for the benefit games party to be held Monday evening, March 21 at 8:30 at the Ritz Plaza Hotel, 1701 Collins Ave. marked planned for for Proceeds are earHadassah projects 1949. Miss Goldie will be the children of the ReSanders heads the committee in charge of arrangements. Assisting her will be Maralene Lurie, Ruth Schwartz, Bernice Kandel, Goldye Bloom, Gloria Cooper and Mrs. Peter Brod. ligious School, with Simone Phillips kindling the Sabbath Candles and reciting the blessings and Neil Keys reciting the blessings for the Kiddush. Following the service a meeting of the congregation, sisterhood and young peoples' group will take place. Jr. Hadassah Leadei Will Speak Here "Israel: A Challenge to American Jewish Youth" will be the subject of an address by Irma Lee Wolf, Los Angeles, Calif., national vice president of Junior Hadassah, to be given before the Miami unit of Junior Hadassah during the middle of this month, Elaine Sachs, president, announced. Miss Wolf recently returned from a year's stay in Israel. The young speaker, Miss Sachs said, was one of a group of ten members of Junior Hadassah who were students in a course sponsored by the Jewish Agency for Palestine. Her year in Israel was spent in study, travel and work in one of the settlements. In order to participate in the study course in Palestine and to carry on her youth Zionist work, the young speaker took a leave of absence from her studies at the University of California at Los Angeles where she was specializing in sociology and psychology. She regards her present activity as field worker for Junior Hadassah as excellent practical experience in these fields of study. At UCLA, Miss Wolf was a member of the debating team and is a member of the National Forensics League. Her other activities have included secretary of the Los Angeles Zionist Youth Commission, member of the board of the Jewish Centers Association, representative of Los Angeles Jewish youth on the Jewish Community Council of the city and vice president of the Jewish Youth Council of Los Angeles. Before assuming the national vice presidency of Junior Hadassah, the young Zionist leader was president of the organization's Los Angeles unit. Pictured are the winners of the Miami YM-YWHA Duplicate Bridge Tournament held February 28. Shown (from 1. to r.) are Frederick S. Grossberg. chairman of the Y social committee: Mr. and Mrs. Arthur England, second place winners; Marian Davidowits and Robert Desen, winners; Harold S. Meyers, chairman of the tournament. Lillian Schuster Feted Lillian Schuster, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Klein, 1110 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach, whose marriage to Edwin Peretzman will take place on March 20, was feted at a miscellaneous bridal shower Sunday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Richard Bell, 340 S.W. 11th St. Joint hostesses for the affair Missouri Dasher Is West Flagler Nursery Champ Missouri Dasher, a sensational son of the famous Australian import, Askalon, is the 1949 West Flagler Kennel club Nursery champion. —_. The powerful running Keith Dillon this past week captured the crown at the westside oval by upsetting ResistoL Jacksonville star which was an odds-on-favorite to walk off with the title. In winning, Missouri Dasher were Mrs. Bell, who is the pros— pective bridegroom's sister, and won the major share of a *5,5UU Mrs. C. M. Peretzman, his mother. I purse AT YOUR SERVICE KENHOLZ KOSHER MARKET in Coral Gables for all Greater Miami Residents Located at 2632 Ponce de Leon Blvd. (Corner Almeris Avenue) FREE Delivery anywhere in Greater Miami TEMPORARY PHONE 3-1093 To insure th desire* of the orthodox community we have become exclusive distributor* of REAL KOSHER DELICATE8SEN PRODUCTS MANUFACTURED IN NEW YORK ASK FOR 999 Hebrew School To Hold Purim Dance Arrangements for the fourth annual Purim ball of the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation to be held Sunday evening at the Frolics Club, 1306 N.E. Bayshore PL, have been completed, according to William Weintraub, general chairman. Buddy Walker will serve as master of ceremonies for the evening's festivities and will present the floor show. Among the performers in the show will be a young singer, Sandy Ofsowitz, who is a junior member of the congregation. Manny Gates and his orchestra will provide the music for dancing and prizes will be given away as Dart of the evening's advertisement. An innovation at the dance this year will be a flower booth to be presided over by Mrs. Harry Steinbach. "This is to enable every man to get his best girl a corsage," Weintraub explains. Tickets are available at the synagogue office or from committee members. Friday, Saturday and Sunday (evenings) (afternoon) RODEO COWBOY ASSOCIATION CHAMPIONSHIP RODEO ORANGE BOWL Mareh II. 12, 13 TICKETS ON SALE AT FARR TOURS 2315 Collins Are. RODEO OFFICE 128 N. E. lit St. — ADMISSION — Children 50c Plus Tax Gen. Admission 11.00 Plus Tax Reserve Section f 1.87 Plus Tax Boxes Available 8 Beats — 3 Performances $100. • Seats — 3 Performances $ 75. Israelite Center Sisterhood Will Give Purim Party A Purim party will be sponsored by the Dora Stein Sisterhood of the Israelite Center Tuesday at 8 p.m., at the Coral Gables Women's Club, Ponce de Leon Blvd and Santillane Ave. Cards, man iong and games will be featured. The committee in charge is headed by Mrs. t Goldberg and includes the Mesdames J. Brown, S. L. Cohen, J. Finkelstem M. Fishman, M. Hoffman, Kronstadt, M. Shenkin. Mrs. I. Gorman has charge of ticket sales. The sisterhood will sponsor a Purim party for the children of the congregation Sunday at 2 p nv on the lawn of 2734 S.W. 36th Ave The story of Purim will be told and traditional Purim refreshments will be served. Variety Show Is Now In Rehearsal Miss Betty Ward, editor of the Miami Youth Roundup, is rehearsing a singing and dancing chorus line for the Miami Y variety show to be presented next month, according to chairman Abe Aronovitz. Ben Singer and David Rabinowits are in charge of the comedy skiU, which are now in rebearsel. Mm <1; ys and Thursdays are rei *i nights. The public is invited to participate. N„ MIAMI GRADE "A" PRODUCTS SERVING ilr GREATER j I a i SIS-*'' ($*35


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PAGE TEN i-JeHisirkridlilar, FRIDAY, MA RCH 11, i 949 Pan-American Ophthalmic Dispensery (A Division of Pan-American Institute of Optics. Inc.) A COMPLETE OPTICAL SERVICE AT A LOWER COST 149 NX 2nd Street MIAMI. FLA. Phone 82-9336 Miamians Rank High In Increased Use Of Electricity, Company Survey Reveals Yiddish Theatre On the Air WINZ (940 on Your Dial) EVERY SUNDAY 12:00 Noon to 1:30 P. M. EVERY TUESDAY 6:00 to 7:00 P. M. Yiddish Classical Hour EVERY SUNDAY A Variety of Stars in the Latest Recordings Available CLASSICAL— LITURGICAL AND FOLK MUSK: Listen to our New Feature Yiddish Theatre On the Air M. Nasalir, Program Director GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have your roof repaired nowi you will save on a new reef later "Satlefaotory Work by Experienced Men" 414 I. W. 22nd Avenue PHONI 4-1 SOLAR WATER SERVICE REPAIRS AND CALL 4-74M BOOSTERS DON S. COLEMAN Top Price Paid fox MEN'S USED CLOTHING AL'S 432 N. MIAMI AVE. Phone 2-3213 Miami residences rank high in the increased use of electric service, according to the results of a Florida Power ic Light Company survey for the year 1948, announced by Dave Bosworth manager, last week. In increased use of electricity, this district rank fourth in the company's state-wide system. "The figures for 1948, just compiled, reveal this interesting information, which reflects favorably on our community," Bosworth declared. "The use ol electricity in homes is an index of the standard of living in a community and the high use here results from a greater use of modern electrical conveniences. Then too, while prices on practically everything soared skyward, the average cost of residential electricity was held at a favorable lever and is now about the same as it was before the war." In 1948, figures show that residential customers in the Miami district, on the average, used 1,958 kilowatt hours compared with only 1,193 in 1941, an increase of 64%. "In terms of better living," Bosworth said, "this means homes are more comfortable in summer because more fans and air conditioners are used; more electricity Miami Women's Mizrachi Chapter Name Changed The name of the Miami Chapter of the Mizrachi Women's Organization has been changed to the DOV Chapter in memory of David Adlerblum, late husband of Mrs. Bessie Adlerblum, who organized the chapter a year ago. Officers of the chapter are Mrs. Harry Steinbach, president; Mrs. Isidor Cohen, first vice president; Mrs. Minnie Keller, second vice president; Mrs. Anna Baer, third vice president; Mrs. Sam Geltner, recording secretary; Clara Bretholtz, corresponding secretary; Rose Pertes, financial secretary; Bessie Adlerblum, treasurer. Next meeting of the group will be held Thursday at 1 p.m. at Beth El, 550 S.W. 17th Ave. After a short business session, cards will be played and refreshments will be served. s used for laundering, cleaning and other household chores, making homework lighter. "Actually in 1948 each kilowatt hour of electricity, on the average, did more work than it did in 1941 because modern electrical appliances are more efficient. This is particularly true of electric ranges and many motor-operated appliances." Luba Roy Plays At Both el si • i ili Women* Meeting Luba Roy, accordionist and chanteuse, presented a concert of Palestinian and Yiddish folk melodies at the close of the meeting of the Beth Jacob Sisterhood held last Wednesday in the newly decorated social hall of the congregation at 311 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Reports were heard from Mrs. William Kline, ways and means chairman, Mrs. D. Whitman, membership chairman, and Mrs. M. B. Frank, projects chairman. Mrs. Louis Makovsky presented the Chevrolet sedan promised to a contributor to the building fund to Mrs. Paula C Blum of 420 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach. A nominating committee was appointed to prepare a slate of officers for the next meeting. Untermans Honored The Bialik Branch of the Jewish National Workers Alliance held a cultural evening Saturday night at the Harrison Hotel honoring Dr. and Mrs. Itzchak Unterman. Selections from Pirke Ovoth were read in Hebrew and translated by Mrs. Aaron Liebman and Dr. Unterman commented upon the passages read. Following brief talks by Mr. Goldin and Nathan Bookspan, community singing was led by Abraham Dorff. Aaron Liebman, cultural chairman, presided. srme^Jm L ^r1\0 S. W. 12th AV. MIAMH Lit 3343L"YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME' TIK MAJOtlTY Of M8TKM JEWISH FUQAL MNES Inlomatan Gladly f umaW oe ftequrri SERVING Ml AMI BEACH & MIAMI Exclusively Jewish JOS. L. PLUMMKR Funeral Director Workers Alliance Group Holds Malave Malice Bialik Branch No. 290 of the Jewish National Workers Alliance sponsored a malave malke honoring Dr. Itzchak Unterman tomorrow night at the Hotel Harrison, Washington Ave. and 4th St., Miami Beach. Members, as well as visiting Chayerim and Chaveroth of the Zionist movement, are welcome to participate in round table discussions, according to Aaron Liebman, cultural chairman. Readings and discussions will be based upon historic and current events. Refreshments will be served. Miami Students Organize IZFA At Vanderbilt Instrumental in organizing a chapter of the Intercollegiate Zionist Federation of America, on-the-campus Zionist group, at Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tenn., were the son and daughter of two of Miami Beach's active Zionists. They are Marilyn Goodman, daughter of the S. A. Goodmans and a student at Vanderbilt, and Leo Osheroff, son of Mr. and Mrs. Al Osheroff, who is enrolled at the University of Florida. Mr. Goodman is a member of the board of the Miami Beach Zionist District and past president on the Greater Miami Zionist Youth Commission. Mrs. Osheroff is a member of Hadassah and the Zionist Youth Commission. Aim of IZFA is to present the ideals, principles, goals and various aspects of modern Zionism as it concerns college students in the world today. The organization has chapters on 140 college campuses in the United States and Canada, among which are Yale, Harvard. Michigan, University of South California, and Tennessee. atLyons Is Featured On Jewish Musical Hour Norman R. Lyons, Miami torney, is featured each Sunday at 10 a.m. on Jacob Schachter's Jewish Musical Hour on station WBAY. Lyons present sketches of Israel yesterday and today. Listeners are invited to submit questions to this program for information on current Israeli problems. Photography Groups Meet At Miami Beach Y The Miami Beach Y Children's Photography Group meets every Wednesday afternoon. Teen-Age Photography Club meets on Wednesday night. Complete darkroom facilities along with professional guidance in every aspect of photography are available to both groups Scholarship Fund Set Up At Yeshiva A $4,000 scholarship fund has been established at the College of Arts and Sciences of Yeshiva University by Benjamin Goldman, Bronx merchant, Rabbi Isaac H. Ever, southeastern director of the university, announced this week upon receipt of a statement from Dr. Samuel Belkin, university president To be known as the Benjamin Ooldman Scholarship, the fund has been set up in memory of Samuel Goldman and David Littman and will be awarded annually to coyer complete tuition of students in the college. Mr. Goldman, who has been active in numerous civic organizations, is a member of the executive board of Bronx YM YWHA and the east and south Bronx councils of Yeshiva University, which recently honored nim at a testimonial dinner n t If^i Va u Un iversit y is composed of eight schools and divisions with ^.H^nL f" ent tf almost MOO u t s J rom a11 Parts of the world The school has projected and physical expansion program including the establishment of the rst n on-sectarian medical school. Kadimah Club Meets r\uh meetin 6 of the Kadimah Club, Pioneer Women's Labor Or ganuation, was held Thursday* tSium. the Beth David a "<"t~ft sh ? r t busi ness session was followed by the showing of two 2nd 1 %S2M a T "^ r "l Reborn" and Israel in Action" Mr, David Washer presented a read ^^ Simply grandl And mad* in


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r miv. MARCH ami. *Jewist norSdHan PAGE ELEVEN Survey Reveals Evidence Of Anti-Semitism (Continued from Page 1) .„..., w ere courteous, cooperSlnd candid. Most M them nnfessed that there was an acute "JT. study of this type and need f ^H the hope that whatever eXpr ,^ions^ght result therefrom SulS'ilveanembarrassing So P me b o e f n them. particularly der.t rprtifvine what they Sgni Z e L a Viable situafnn even went so far as to NAME NAMES And some of the Jewish names on the list are shocking! K not our intention to shock S S rather our purpose to bnng I ght one evil phase of employment discrimination, to help e/adcate the practice of Jewish Iployers failing to give an even Teak to Jewish job-seekers; for u is difficult to condemn nonlews for this practice when our own house needs cleaning. When a prospective employerJewish or non-Jewish—calls an aeency and requests Gentile help only the Jewish applicant, no matter how well Qualified, no matter how free of the faults which the employer has fallaciously ascribed to All Jews, is never given an opportunity to nrove his mettle. P A LL THE JEWS ASK ISA FAIR DEAL. Discrimination against men solely on the basis of religion is totally irrational. Are you guilty of this fuy thinking? You will be interested to note that of the 19 agencies which participated in The Jewish Flondian poll, five specialize in supplying hotel and restaurant help, four in commercial and clerical help and three in domestic help. The remaining seven are general. Most of them have been operating in Greater Miami for many years. At least three of the persons who were interrogated are themselves Jewish. Fourteen of the group, among them two of the three known Jewish operators, reported that they had experienced this Jewish brand of anti-Semitism. Of these 14, nine alleged th^t it is prevalent and very emphatic, while five stated that they discovered it occasionally. Only five, including the other known Jewish operator, asserted that they had not "encountered discrimination among Jews, and four of these declared that they encountered little, if any, anti-Semitism. One of the first operators questioned—a Gentile woman who has had twelve years experience in personnel work in this area—held that the Jews are the worst offenders in the matter of discrimination. "According to my records," she announced, "the vast majority of cases in which prospective employers requested non-Jewish workers involve Jews. I would venture to say that if the Jewish lawyers, doctors, hotel operators and business men placed no restriction on members of their own religion, there would be no employment problem among the Jews. At any rate, the problem would be greatly alleviated. "After all," the continued. "we have to fulfill, or try to fulfill the specifications of prospective employers, if we expect *P continue in business." The manager of another office— also Gentile—said that the Jews are harder on their own people than any other group. "We never receive calls from Catholics or Protestants expressing a preference for non-Catholics or nonrrotestants. Recently we received a request from a Jewish tobacco man for an experienced salesman. We sent several qualified individuals to see him, two Jews and two non-Jews. Through sub^Quent interviews with the apate this type of anti-Semitism through a constructive program which will be discussed and analyzed in a subsequent installment of this series. It was this man who reported the case of the local physician who boasted of his strictly non-Jewish employment policy to his Gentle friends. What the doctor does not know is that his vaunting not only gained the wrath of his Gentile friends, but that one of them, who had previously never discriminated against Jewish help, has taken to cue from the doctor and has instituted a restrictive policy in his office. "Let the Jews set their own house in order before they call upon us," this individual told the manager. While the action and statement are not what one might expect from a genuinely broad-minded, tolerant individual, it is our opinion that his is a significant danger signal. Yes, some of the employment agency owners even went so far as to NAME NAMES. And some of the Jewish names on the list are shocking! (Continued next week) REFUSE TittMHH I**" Beware plicants, we learned that the tobacco man had accorded considerably more courtesy and respect to the Christian applicants than he did to the Jews." The operator shrugged his shoulders and sighed, "I don't get it! Do Jewish tobacco men prefer Gentiles two to one!" The owner of a small agency stated that Jews call up and "without the slightest trace of embarrassment, without so much as flickering an eyelash," ask for "Gentile help only." The agency owner a non-Jewish woman who has been on the employment scene in this area since the days when there were but a few agencies here—confessed that, Gentile though she is, she would have difficulty mustering up the temerity to make these requests in the shameless manner in which many of them are made. This woman cited an instance of a young Jewish girl who had sought hotel employment. After refusals at several Jewish-owned hotels—on the basis of religion— the girl had her self-confidence so badly shaken that she was unable to take a job when it ultimately turned up. "Unfortunately, the Jews are guilty of anti-Semitism," one of the Jewish agents reported. "Many of the large, swank hotels which are owned by Jews and primarily occupied by Jews have an anti-Jewish employment policy; however, even some of the Kosher ones thumb their nose^ at Jewish help. Yesterday a man who could hardly speak English called and asked for a nice Gentile boy' for his hotel, which caters to a Yiddish speaking clientele. I used to ask why, but I found that it didn't pay. People became offended. It's painful, but The report from the other Jewish employment agent who found anti-Semitism was not far different. You hotel guests, after a few days in your hotel, check up. Is your hotel JUDENREIN? The manager of one of the largest and most reputable agencies in Miami—a man who has resided here for the past eight years, has recognized this problem and has been conducting research on it for several years. This man and his staff have attempted to eliminCEJWIN CAMPS PORT JERVIS. N. Y. Established 1919 Ideal Jewish Camps for Boys and Girls. 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PAGE TWELVE %  Cornerstone Laying Ceremonies For Lauderdale Temple Set For Sunday The laying of the cornerstone of the new Religious School and Community Center being erected by Temple Emanu-El on South Andrews Ave., between 18th and 19th Sts., Fort Lauderdale, will take place Sunday at 2:30 p.m., according to an announcement made by Rabbi Marius Ranson. The new building is adjacent to the temple. Edmund I. Kaufmann will be the principal speaker. Addresses will also be delivered by the Rev. John H. Hanger, minister of the Park Temple Methodist Church of Fort Lauderdale; the Rev. Clarence C Stauffer, minister of the Croissant Park Christian Church and immediate past president of the Greater Fort Lauderdale Ministerial Association; Father John J. O'Looney, pastor of St. Anthony's Catholic Church of Fort Lauderdale; and Richard W. Erwin, attorney general of the State of Florida. A prayer will be given by Rabbi Max Kaufman of the Hollywood Jewish Community Center. Abe Markowitz, president of the Temple Emanu-El, will be the master of ceremonies. Other, members of the board of directors who will participate include Moe Katz and Archie M. Robbins, past presidents of the temple; Dr. Albert A. Shapiro and Abe Tarler, chairmen of the building committee. Special guest of honor will be Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kaufmann of Hollywood, in honor of whose son, Todd Kaufmann, who died in early manhood a few years ago. the Todd Kaufmann Memorial Building Fund was established. "It is through the initial donations made by the Kaufmann family to this fund that the Religious School and Community Center has been made possible," Rabbi Ranson said. Dr. Marius Ranson, rabbi of Temple Emanu-El, will deliver the prayer of consecration, and the actual laying of the cornerstone will be supervised by the president, Abe Markowitz, assisted bv the vice president, Ben Kaufmann. The children of the Religious School will also participate in the program. Mrs. Sam Gross of Hollywood, will be vocal soloist for this program, and Dr. Albert A. Shapiro will play several selections on the violin. Mrs. Dana F. Wells, Temple Emanu-El's organist, will offer the prelude and accompany Kofoed Will Address Ft. Lauderdale Groups Jack Kofoed. Miami Herald columnist, will speak to members of the Ft. Lauderdale B'nai B'rith and the Broward County B'nai B'nth Women Wednesdav night at 8:15 at Temple Emanu-El, Ft. Lauderdale. A newspaper man for 37 years —in Philadelphia. Miami and New York, Kofoed has written six 1 oks. In addition, he has writter. hundreds of fiction stories and ras spoken as a commentator on the air over 500 times. Charles Reiss is program chairr.-an and Rabbi Marius Ranson is V s co-chairman. *Jenist>rkr/dtMar) Dr. Itos*iif*ld To u <- nirhauser. Sheila Gompers. Gail Pollack, Linda Schreiber, Ben Jacobi, Joe Lunday, Jacklyn and Johnnv Jacobs. Simone and Ivan Phillips, Nikki Krauss, Nancy and Donna Schonfeld. Rabbi David Raab will read from the Megillah. Following the service, the children will crown the king queen of Purim. Refreshments will be served by Mrs. J. B. Keys, Mrs. Clara Mae Van Ness and Mrs. Abe Schonfeld. Carnival games will be supervised by Phylis Nagle. who will also direct the play. Temple Isaiah will have an organizational meeting of its Men's Club Sunday at 10:15 a. -m Dr. Maurice Rich is the chairman of the committee in charge of organizing the group. Samuel Hohauser is serving as co-chairman. All men in Miami Beach are invited to attend. The group will plan cultural and social activities. Dr. Alexander Rosenjeld PRIVATE ENGLISH LESSONS by EXPERIENCED YIDDISHSPEAKING TEACHER Phone evenings between 7 and 9 ROSE MEISEL — 82-8400 Pioneer Women Hold Benefit Card Party The Pioneer Women's Club No. One of Miami Beach sponsored a dessert-card party Sunday eve ring at the William Penn Hotel, Miami Beach, for the benefit of the organization's Child Rescue Fund. Mr. and Mrs. S. Gerbet of Houston, Texas, the winners of a valuable prize donated by Mrs. Rebecca Schwartz, not only refused to accept the gift but contributed twenty dollars to the cause. The committee in charge of arrangements included Mrs. Sally Hurwitz. Mrs. Sadie Mir.owitz. Mrs. Rose Brodes, Mrs. Sonia Feinstein. Mrs. Sonia Goldberg. Mrs. Mattie Stepkm, Mrs. R. Adelspein, Mrs. Mattie Golden ar.d Mrs. Henry' Seitlin. synagogue tonight. Dr. Rosenfeld will address the group in Yiddish. At the invitation of the Histadruth Ivrit of America, Dr. Rosenfeld, recently arrived in the United States from Israel to prepare the first "American Conference for Hebrew Languauge and Culture," which is to be the prelude to a World Hebrew Conference in Israel. It is the aim of this organization to promote interest in the Hebrew language all over the world. Dr. Rosenfeld. who is on an extensive lecture tour will address two groups this Sunday afternoon. At 2 o'clock he will speak | in Hebrew before a combined and 'group of the local organization for Hebrew Culture and the Hebrew teachers of Greater Miami at the Spinoza Forum, located at 11th St. near Collins Ave.. Miami Beach. At 3:30 Dr. Rosenfeld will address the Golden Age Friendshin Club at the Miami Y in Yiddish. His topic will be "The lie! rew Renaissance." The nublic is invited to attend these lectures. born in Brody, Galicia, Dr. Rosenfeld received his Ph. D. at the University of Vienna. He served as the president of the 'Maccabees" and was a leading member of the Hebrew cultural organization. "Tarbut," during his years as instructor in history and philosophy in Hebrew high schools in Lithuania. After leaving that country he was elected to the presidium othe World Macabbce Organization and took part in the Hebrew World Conference in Berlin where the foundation was laid for the World Hebrew Union. For the past 13 years he has visited all European countries, Arabian countries and South America since the cessation of' hostilities. He will be introduced by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. ZOA Leader Will Address Mass Meet Mortimer May of Nashville, Tennessee, vice president of the Zionist Organization of America and chairman of the national economic affairs committee of the ZOA, will address a mass meeting to be sponsored by the Miami Beach District, at the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, 1701 Washington Ave., Wednesday at 8:30 p.m., Alfred Stone, president, has announced. Mortimer May, past president of the southeastern region of the ZOA and honorary president for life, will speak on "Impressions and Opportunities in Israel." A nationally known leader in Jewish and civic philanthropic and educational community enterprises, Mr. May, who is president of May Hosiery Mills and vice president of the Israel Corporation of America, received his A.B. at Columbia University where he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. He was a delegate to the last two Zionist Congresses, is a member of the inner actions committee and travelled widely in Europe, visiting Palestine and Egypt in 1947. May spent several months this year in Israel for the purpose of surveying economic conditions there. The meeting is open to the public. ORDER OFPUBLirTriTrr llth JUDICIAL CIUCriT iv !" E FOR DADK COI-XTY IM nu., AN SYL.VIA WOUVX^K L, Plaintiff. v 8 BAMfflNolpOp, fendant. ".>OER, D*. TO: 8AM SINGER, 282 Pulaskl Street Hrookiyn, New Yoik You are hereby ordered to fit. appearance or answer u, ihl v.?, our complaint for divorce filed %  i„" of by SYLVIA WOUlVNl" K %mgj !" or before the .lay „f \ rH u.„ n ? m V Wl fV he % %  WttoS %  M I ill will be taken as confessed .main'T, DONE AND ORDERED thl. i^ of March. 1949 ,hls 8 <• %  K. H. I.RATHKIIMIV Clerk of the Circuit oSi (Circuit Court Seal) Uit tour t>' R H. RICE, JR GEORGE .1. TAUANOST PUt,r tW Solicitor for Plaintiff 3/11-18-25 4/1 NOT.CE "NOW ncrmou. NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN ho the undersigned, desiring to eniaee -n business under the fi,-titl..„s na !" £ Gertler Supply Company not C ON N. W. MI, Street. .V,i„ ni | AMV Intends to register said name with thi JOSEPH GERTLER Sole Owner 3/11-18-25 4/1-8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the iin.lersltrne.l. deeirhiK to eneasr in business under the fictitious name Hell C arhonlc Co. at 30 S. W snth ltoad, Miami, Florida, Intend to reel.. Utr said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad.County, Florida „,. BELL ENGINEERING CO" IU-RNETT ROTH. Attorney for Applicant Congress Bldg. 3/11-18-25 4/1 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDFR FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE It) HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Joe Parody's Par and Grill at 706 nth Street. Miami Peach, Pla., intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JOSEPH PERSICO Sole Owner HARRY DIETZ Attorney for Applicant 1703 Congress Pldg. 3,11-18-25 4/1-8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUSNAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREIIY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of SUNSHINE FRUIT SHIPPERS at 1410 X. W, 36th St., and 6666 Biscayne Blvd.. Miami. Fla., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. MYRON MIIJ.ER FRANK R. CASINO CHARLESCATTONE MAX It. SILVER Attorney for Applicants 3/11-18-25 4/1-8 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, DADE COUNTY, PLORIDA.-No. 2%38 RE: ESTATE OF AGNES ROBERTS, i leceaaed. NOTICE is hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Executor of the estate of AGNES ROBKRTS deceased and that on the 11 day of April, 1949, will apply to the Honorable W. K. Blanton, County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of Kild final report and for final discharge as Executor of the Estate of ACNES ROBERTS, deceased. This 9th day of March, 1949. HARRY ROKKHTS WASMAN. SILVER & SAKoWITZ Attorneys for Executor 3/11-18-23 4/1 EXIT LONELINESS FIND HAPPINESS NOW JOIN THE CIRCLE CLUB Chamber of Commerce Building 141 N. E. 3rd Ave.. Room 501 PHONE 2-6242 Open 1 p.m. to 9 p.m. WRITE P. O. BOX 3468 Pioneer Women's Club To Hold Purim Affair Club No. Two of the Pioneer Women's Organization of Miami Beach has scheduled a Purim celebration for Mondav evening at 8 o'clock at the Harrison Hotel. Washington Ave. and 4th St., Miami Beach. A cultural program, including the showing of Palestinian films, -as been arranged and traditional Purim refreshments will be served. Admission is free and the public is invited. KOSHER and PIRE \LAMI SINAI s DEMAND TRULY GREAT HI-GRADE 1733 N.W. 7th AVE. FOOD CO. PHONE 2-7570, 9-2G52 ( %  able* Women To Hoar Sakowitz Theodore Sakowitz, Miami attorney, will address the members and guests of the Coral Gables Women's Chapter of B'nai B'rith Tuesday at 8:15 p.m. at the Hillel House. 3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Speaking on the subject: "B'nai B'rith Trains Our Citizens of Tomorrow," Sakowitz will tell of the comprehensive B'nai B'rith youth-training program which provides cultural, social, religious, atr.letic and community service activities for boys and girls between the ages of 14 and 18 There are 12 such units in the Greater Miami, area. Mrs. Lawrence Sirr.kin, program chairman, will introduce Sakowitz and Mrs. Nathan Bloom will preside. Broad Elected President Of Temple Beth Sholorn Shepard Broad was elected president of Temnl* Beth Sholorn at a meeting of the congregation last r.ignt. Others elected to office were R, C ££ V T D -v Ansin Joseph Ark n. RalDh Lachman and Judge Kenneth Oka, vice presidents; Abraham Zir.namon, treasurerI C Greenberg financial secretary: T? ?u los T k0, eeneral secretary. leader AfVh n Kronish : spiritual 1 1 u th ? con 8 r egation. spoke h^r^ ee l ir ; ? n The Stat of r^P n A regat:on an <* a TechniS&Lm* B "L 2? ^e Religion Schools activities was shown. Opera Guild of Miami Presents He. A k r\Tll a n Mar. 12. 14. 15 MARTHA' (In English) with Metropolitan Opera Stare JOSEPHINEANTOINE HUGH THOMPSON and Eleanor Knapp, William Home, Lloyd Harris TICKETS on sale at Burdlne'i :tr<1 floor, near bridfe, rh. n-1332: Coriiella'p, Amldon'e In Coral Sable*. Mlnml Beach Radio Co. $2.40 $3.60 $4.80 Tax Inc. % d / Loans on Homes, New ox Established, up to 20 Years. Mortgage cancelled in Event of Death of Borrower. Complete Information — Call B. R. ZALKSKYDA2V LINK I :.-.!> :i- 180 Salute To Israel Dinner Sunday Evening, March 27. toll at the Saxony Hotel GUEST SPEAKERS Capt. 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MARCH 11. 1949 FRIDAY, 200 WHI Attend Hadassah Parley Aoproximately two hundred l P ecs from forty-four chapters < Hadassah in the Southeastern tSon arc scheduled to attend 5?annual regional conference to MS ne'e March 27, 2£ 29 w th SSSiHtm at the McAllister "Hostess to the conference will te Mrs. Milton Sirkin, president 3 ge Greater Miami Chapter. She will be assisted by Mrs. Benjamin Goldstein, president of Mi5 Beach Group Mrs. H. C. Moser president of Miami Group, Mrs Leo Levin, president of De6 Group, Miss Lillian Goodman president of Business and Professional Group of Miami Beach and Miss Roslyn Klein, president of Business and Professional Group of Miami. Mrs Harry Rubin is general chairman and is being assisted by Mrs. Max Dobrin, program chairMany sessions of the conference will be open to the public. •With the Jewish State a reality. the conference assumes greater importance than ever before," Mrs. Sirkin said. Haddassah s role in the work for Israel is emphasized in a message cabled to the National Board of Hadassah by David Bin Gurion, Israeli Premier. His statement follows: "Our task after the establishment of our State, is only beginning. To bring over and absorb economically and socially hundreds of thousands of immigrants, to rebuild and develop the Negev and Gallilee and Jerusalem, and to shape a progressive free and democratic commonwealth true to the great vision of our Prophets on Justice, Peace and Human Brotherhood, wiU require all the creative energies of our generation. "American Jewry as the biggest Jewish community all over the world will have to make its contribution in manpower, means, skill, and devotion, and I trust that Hadassah will not only carry on its specific tasks in medical help and Youth Aliyah, but will also provide general Zionism in America with a moral, unselfish, and progressive leadership which it needs now so much, and that you will strengthen the ties between American Jewry and Israel. Four medical projects designed to aid newly arriving immigrants in Israel during 1949 are a tuberculosis hospital to be opened this month in Gederah, a new general hospital in Jerusalem, tne Hadassah Yassky Memorial hospital in Beershebaj and the Hebrew University-Hadassah Medical School." +Jewisiin


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PAGE FOURTEEN vJmisMcridttan • Jews In Sports Clnir Bee of L.I.U., a member of the committee, feels that not only should Citv be invited, but at least one other Metropolitan school. By the time this column appears in print all selections will have been made. Woe betide the Garden management if City College isn't one of the eight college fives in the Met tourney. • • Al Rosen will be given a chance to push Ken Keltncr off third base when the Cleveland Indians get going in spring traintag. Both boys may have to yield to Oresto Minosa, a colored boy, who was signed by Abe Saperstein. Cleveland's scout for colored talent. • • • Said Rogovin and Myron Ginsberg are given a good chance to form a Detroit Tiger battery once the American League season race gets underway. • • &f Maxie Rosner of the famous Bushwick clan tells us that his famous semi-pro nine will play at least seventy-five games this season. Sam N.iliam recently released hv the Phillies will probably be back for mound duty with the club. • • Eddie Gottlieb has sold a colored baseball player to the N Y. Yankees The name of the boy cannot be announced until he is contacted in Panama This marks the second sale of a player bv Gottlieb to the big leagues. Should keep his Philly Stars running in the black this coming season, which figures to be a poor one for Negro baseball. II> an interesting and moving d cument Titled -pear Ma. the picture ieals with spita] scenes in JWV auxilia '• isit % %  %  lisabled men and Provid t amrnent. fe : %  .:: %  .-•.. :\:•-.,;•. t -. I :.. .irab davs i i" %  lescer.ee Miami Y To Hold Sports Dinner The athletic committee of the Miami Y will sponsor a sports' dinner Thursday, March 24 at 8 p.m. at the Marina Restaurant, Dinner Key, Abe Cutler, athletic chairman, has announced. Purpose of the dinner is to honor approximately 90 players who participated in the All-Miami Y InIvitation Basketball League. This is the first time in the history of Miami Jewry that an independent basketball league was sponsored by a. Jewish institution. Players will be the guests of the Y and County Commissioner Jesse Yarborough will be the principal speaker. Sports celebrities from various parts of the country are expected to be E resent. Awards and trophies will e made to the winning teams. Reservations may be made by calling the Y office. Iladassah Group Will Celebrate Purim. Birthday Purim and Hadassah's 38th birthday will be simultaneously celebrated at a meeting of the Deborah Group of Hadassah Monday at 1:30 p.m. at the Miami Beach Y, according to Mrs. Leo Levin, president. The Jewish National Fund project will be discussed by Mrs. Ben Gerald, chairman. Membership chairman. Mrs. Jerry Granger, will welcome prospective members and announce those members who have earned awards and books for the current year. Following the business meetFRIDAY, MARCH 11. Off the Record FACTS AND FIGURES The United States ha's'm^ doctors in proportion to its S? lation than any other cZffl the world except Israel KJ" are 710 persons K V fe physician ... In Ismr L ^ as good .The mean average I the members of the Israeli Co? 49 ... The orthodox bbe show. &M& ^ a ? al • • The Comm "n lst bloc is the youngest with a mean age average of 34.33 A. early as 140 B C. E. Jews lived quite comfortably at Rhodes, site of current Israeh-Transjordan negotiations The ruins of the famous Colossus, the immense brazen statue of Apollo, under whose legs ships entering the Rhodesian port were compelled to sail, was sold in 656 by the Caliph of Rhodes to a Jewish merchant Nine hundred camels were required for the removal job In 1170 the renowned Jewish traveller Benjamin of Tudela visited the Island and discovered 400 pious Jews When Rhodes came under Italian rule in 1923, there were about 3,000 Rhodesian Jews main taining four synagogues and two schools. ing, Prof.. Edward Clarke of the University of Miami will review "Peace of Mind." Hostesses for the day will include the Mesdames Sydney Pepper, Louis Gidney, Martin Lundv and Leo Levin. CAMP STONY HOLLOW FOR BOYS AND GIRLS In the heart of the Pocona Mta., in northern Penna., Buahkill, Pa. All Land and Water Sporta Splendid Athletic Program Deluxe Accommodations Koaher Cuiaine Jewiah Cultural Program Reaident Phyaician Regiatcred Nurse Miami boya at their favorite %  port at Stony Hollow Horaeback Riding CAMP FEE: S475 (includea Laundry t Horaeback Kiomgi MR. SYDNEY GREENBERQ MR. A. MRS. H. ELLIS 1110 N.E. First Ave. 1224 S.W. 13th Ave. Tel. 2-9329 Tel. 9-6681 SMORGASBORD AS AN APPETIZER WITH OUR DELICIOUS DINNERS Phone 48-9211 2000 Ponce de Leon Blvd. (In the Gables) MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Wholesale cmd Retail Grade A Pulverized and Processed Muck and Marl Ar.y Mixture Bir.er Blut Sod Soil tad Fill of Any End Phone 4-0335 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace EDDIE ALPER The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH Tht Oily Commwity-Wide Kasltruth Assictatiin Participating e9eocy of the Greater Miami Jewiah Fedarata— ANNOUNCES THAT: 1. Any iaiormcrtaon about Kashruth eoocemiaa rhv-ke s markets, meal markets, reescrorant*. h reels ar any otheKaehruth problem In Miami Beach or is the Ore d Miami and vicmJry may be obtained from our Director Rabbi Joeeph E, Rackovaky. 818 Michigan m, Miami Beachphone S-35SS. ^^ 2. In order to be rare mat a store is supervisee end mdoreed by the G M.VJL look tor the sign of the Siator Mkxmi Vaad Hakashruth displayed in the meat market 3. Every tevrl must bear the WW tfV. u ficc ring ce the Greater Miami Vood Hakaehruth. Z 1 HARRY SRXIN. Pre*. & SOOT S*~r A. M. BEJUL W. rW tf— LBTEN TO THE Jewish Musical Hoar WBAY—1490 on Your Dial Every Friday from 11 AJ4. to 12 Noon Every Sunday from 10 A-M. te 11 AM. A PROGRAM OF POPULAR. CLASSICAL AND LTTUBGKAI MUSIC 1ACOB SCHACHTER at**! WTThtt All Products Manufactured by Sunnybrook are KOSHER The Best in b The BesT m Quality for the Same Price Available in All Better Store* Manuiactured by DRAGS wm/t/wk 2180 N.W. 13th A Phone 9-0601



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^mA Y. MARCH 11, 1949 *Jenisii fkridTiari PAGE FIFTEEN LEGAL N OTICE %  %  ZZmm OF PUBLICATION 0 ,?f-UlOl-lT COURT OF THE IN THI;. "^//ciKCL-IT IN AND lh &££ 'coUNTY. FLOR1DA^ %  PiVPFRY No. 122921. IN C "£ NC ;VRPENTIER, Plaintiff. M ^ DR CHARI>KS"• CARPENTIER. TcfeuRLE^R. CARPENTIER. Iri^SSi oVTereYto 111, your You are nere bill of • in y DbNE AMD ORDERED this 7th day of March. 19th day of March, A.D. 19(9. B. I'.. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) By F. J. OOl.'LD. Deputy Clerk. JOSEPH H. GANZ and ARONOVITZ, WEINKLE A ARONOVITZ Solicitors for Plaintiff J/ll-18-25 4/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage III business under the fictitious name of M ft H Delicatessen and Restaurant •t 108 S. Miami Avenue, Miami, Fla.. Intends to register said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad.County, Florida. ALFELD. INC. u ,. u A Florida Corporation MARX FAKER Attorney f.,r Applicant •ongress Hnilding 5/11-18-25 4/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ri£ T i CK IS "HRBBY GIVEN that •ne undersigned, desiring to engage In iiSu" um,cr the fictitious name of i !" M**'* Department and Appliance %  Ku.*'. 2808 N Mlam l Ave.. Miami. with .w ln '" mls to register said name Dad. v '" rk "' the Circuit Court of Hade County. Florida. MORRIS APTAKIN, t MSU ^. So,e Owner Atiorn AR V U KIM BALL Attorney for applicant NOTICE UNDBR FICTITIOUS Nfrnm. N AME LAW theimi IS HEREBY GIVEN that s SiSgy ^PP*!. desiring to engage In StSsSfe** etftlou name of ^ashevterla at 904 8. Miami ATa, 3T\ m dl Intends to register =' court of Dade County. Florida. MATILDA FELDSTETN 2/K 3/4-11^.26 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NnTici* N A ME LAW 'hound.r i' S "EREBY GIVEN that The v ,r i, dcr the fictitious name or '04 l.a?m y D ^"clons at Room lMdto^JS2 Udto / M,am '. Florida, Clerk o? ,l gi *XS 8ald nam w "h the CowtyT'^^rcult Court of Dade A Z. ALPERT HENRY SOLOMON £41.1141 4/i WnerS N0TI 6 tfaa?sW FICTITIOUS .h^aj^HE^^OIVEN that b "lnes, ,l K J ,e(1 V 1 de8lr, "eT to engage in K.nhn" JBjg th fictitious name of A 'merla AS? Meat Product, at 207 ••"is to SUSSfr Cora > Oablea. InLEGAL NOTICE ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FI/3RIDAIN CHANCERY. No. i 22729 EVELYN DRISCOLL. Plaintiff va MAURICE DRISCOLL Defendant THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO: MAURICE DRISCOLL 530 Isham Street New York, New York You are hereby notified and ordered to appear to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce filed against you In the abovestyled cause on or before the 80th day of March, 1948, otherwise a Decree Pro Confeeao will be entered against you. DATED this 28 day of February'. 1949. K. B LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIOE. Deputy Clerk. SAM SILVER Solicitor for Plaintiff 1703 Congress Building Miami 98, Florfaa 3/4-11-18-25 0 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No 122756. HERMAN REUBEN ROSENZWEIO, Plaintiff, vs. DEBORAH RUSKIN ROSENZWEIO, Defendant. You. DEBORAH RUSKIN ROSENZWEIO, 518 George Street, New Haven, Connecticut, are notified to file your appearance in the above cause for divorce on the 4th day of April. A.D. 1949, otherwise decree pro confesso will be entered against you. Dated this 1st day of March. A.D. 1949. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIOE. Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney at Law 1023 Reynold Building Miami. Florida 3/4-11-18-25 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY. No. 122766. FI-BATA PENDER Plaintiff, va. LAWRENCE JOHN PENDER, Defendant. To: Lawrence John Pender c/o Schrlevers, Main Street Rocklnnd County Now City, New York You are hereby required to file an appearance in the above action for divorce on or before the 1st day of April. 1949, otherwise, a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against you. Dated this 1st day of March, 1949. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By R. H. RICK, JR.. Deputy Clerk. HAROLD SHAPIRO Attorney for Plaintiff 927 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Fla. 3/4-11-18-26 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 Bupply Company at 648 West Flagler Street. Miami, Fla., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SEYMOUR HINKES Sole Owner 2/38 3/4-11-18-24J NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Max's Delicatessen at 1131 West Flagler Street, Miami, Fla., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. MURRAY BUDNER LEON NAMOFF. Partners MYERS, HBIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicants I/11-18-2S 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. MILTON SIRKIN ALEXANDER STBJCIN LEON SIRKIN ADELE ZTVITZ Partners 2/11-18-28 8/4-11 NOTICE TO CREDITOR8 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE. No. 22108. In Re: ESTATE OF MARY BBK.NHARD GILLIAN'S, Deceased. To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You. and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of MARY BERNHARD GILLIANS deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the Hon. W. F. Blanton, County Judge of Dade County, and file the same In his office In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to ana presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. ._„ Dated March 4, A.D. 4WI. „ED WARD L. GILLIAN S. As Executor of the Last Will and Testament of Mary Bernhard Gillian*. Deceased. SAMUEL JRAND SIT Seybold Building Miami, Florida Attorney for Executor 8/4-11-11-I6 LEGAL NOTICE _, ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE l, 1T £,.~ JUD1CIAI CIRCUIT OF &£&!&*• 1N AND FOR DADE CONTY. IN CHANCERY. No. ITODV, *$&£? ROSENBERG. Plaintiff, vs. y^BB ROSENBERG. I>efondant. YOU, LI HUB ROSENBERG, 2026 Avenue "Y," BROOKLYN. NEW YORK, are notified to file your Appearance In the above cause for Divorce, on or before March 14, 1949, or a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against you. DATED: February 10. 1949. K B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk WASMAN. SILVER & SAKOWITZ Attorneys for Plaintiff 918 Beybold Bldg. 2/11-18-25 8/4-11 LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that tinundersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Bond Cleaners Laundry at 3785 Grand Ave., Coconut Grove, Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ROSALIE LOWE Sole Owner MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN 660 Beybold Bldg. Attorneys for Applicant 3/4-11-18-25 4/1 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 121922. ANNA SEDLACEK. Plaintiff, vs. JOSEPH SEDLACEK, Defendant. YOU, JOSEPH SEDLACEK, 2083 Rasset 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. A.D. 1949. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIOE, Deputy Clerk. WASMAN. SILVER & SAKOWITZ Attorneys for Plaintiff Sc-ybold Bldg. 8/4-11-18-25 4/1 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY. No. 122406. MORRIS BREZINSKY, Plaintiff, vs. ANNA BREZINSKY. Defendant. TO: ANNA BREZINSKY. 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 Maroh, 1949. otherwise the allegations of said bill will be taken as confessed against you. DONE AND ORDERED this 17 day of February, 1949. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By R. H. RICE, JR.. Deputy Clerk. GEORGE J. TALIANOFF Solicitor for Plaintiff. 2/18-85 3/4-11 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 122479. ESTHER WILLIAMS, Plaintiff, vs. JAMES WILLIAMS, Defendant. TO: JAMES WILLIAMS Address: UNKNOWN YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to file an appearance In the above suit for divorce on the 28th day of March. 1949, otherwise, the allegations of said bill will be taken as confessed by you. This order is to be published In the JEWISH FLORIDIAN once each week for four (4) consecutive weeks. This the 25 day of February, 1949. B. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. J08EPH H. GANZ 748 Seyhnld Building Miami. Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 3/4-11-18-25 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of LAD AND LAS8IE at 646 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. JEROME RUBIN LYDIA ANN RUBIN I JACK A, ABBOTT Attorney for Owners 3/4-11-18-25 4/1 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICLVL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. 122440. MEYER BENNETT, Plaintiff, vs. LILLIAN BENNETT, Defendant. THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO: LILLIAN BENNETT 1612 South Lawndale Avenue Chicago, Illinois You are 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. 1949; otherwise a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against you. DATED this 17 day of February, 1949. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIGE, Deputy Clerk. SAM SILVER Attorney for Applicant 1703 Congress Bldg. 2/18-26 8/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Al'a Delicatessen at 706 S.W. 27th Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name wHh the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ALFRED L. DLVMOND Aronovits, Welnkle 4k Aronovltz Attorneys for Applicant 748 Seybold Building 2/18-25 3/4-11-18 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY. No. 122396. MALI BERGMAN, Plaintiff, vs. MAX BERGMAN, Dofndant. Tou. MAX BERGMAN. 250 Fort Washington Avenue, New York, New York, are notified to file your appearance In the above cause for divorce on the list day of Maroh. A.D. 1949. otherwise decree pro confesso will be entered against you. Dated this 16 day of February. A.D. 1949. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. (Circuit Court 8eal) By M. C. FEIGE, Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney at Law 1028 Seybold Building Miami, Florida 2/18-26 3/4-11 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 133313. HAROLD CRIN'O, Plaintiff, vs. SARAH CRINO, Defndant. You, SARAH CRINO. 26 South Avenue, Beacon, New York, are notified to file your appearance In the above cause for divorce on the 21st day of March, A.D. 1949. otherwise decree pro confesso will be entered against you. Dated this 11th day of February, A.D. 1849. E B. LEATHERMAN, Clork. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIGE. Deputy Cleric. MILTON A FRIEDMAN Attorney at Law 1033 Seybold Building Miami, Florida 2/18-25 8/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GTVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Tamlamf Hotel Bar at 201 West Flagler Street, Miami, Fla., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. LEONARD LEVOJ JOSEPH I. GOODMAN HARRY DD2TZ Attorney for Applicants 2/18-25 3/4-11-18 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 123430. SHIRLEY JEAN WADS WORTH DeVIEW, Plaintiff, vs. ROBERT A. DeVIEW, Defendant TO: ROBERT A. DeVIEW 210 8. Saglnaw Street I.-I|M r, Michigan YOU. ROBERT A. DeVIEW. are hereby notified to file your appearance In the above cause for divorce on or before the 22nd day of March. A.D. 1949, otherwise a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against you. Dated: Feb. 17, 1949. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIGE Deputy Clerk. MARION BROOKS Solicitor for Plaintiff 819 Olympla Bldg. 2/18-36 8/4-11 ORDER FOR PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRJ8JIT OF FliORIDA, IN AND FUR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY. No. 122674. RAE OOIJ>MAN, TlainUff, vs. WILLIAM GOLDMAN, Defendant. TO: WILLIAM GOLDMAN Address unknown YOU ARE HEREBY ORDERED to file your appearance to the BUI of Complaint for Divorce, filed against you by RAE GOLDMAN, on or before the 28 day of March, 1949, otherwise the allegations of said Bill will be taken as confessed by you. Dated this 24 day of March. A.D. 1949. E B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. MARION BROOKS Solicitor for Plaintiff 819 Olympla Building Miami. Florida 2/25 3/4-11-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage ln buslnesa under the fictitious name of Cumberland Trailer Park at 8800 Southwest 8th Street Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MmM SAMUEL B. ROSENSON DANIEL F. PARISER Attorney for Samuel B. Rosenson 2/18 -25 3/4-11-18 "" ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IS CHANCERY, No. 1*2249 RUTH SHADLE. Plaintiff, vs. FRED SHADLE, Defendant. YOU. FRED SHADLE, 230 Park Place, Orange. New Jersey, are notified to file your Appearance In tne above cause for Divorce, on or before March 14. 1949, or a Decree Pro Confeeso will be entered against you. DAT B B k F fflTHERM 9 A^. Clerk. HWK. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. WASMAN. SILVER SAKOWITZ Attorn~i for Plaintiff 0" i % %  -br. 4 Building 1/11 .ik-IS -/4-U NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Southeastern Plastic Distributors at 261 N. W. 27th Terrace. Miami, Fla., intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ABE KATZEN MARX FABER Attorney for Applicant 412 Congress Bldg. 2/25 3/4-11-18-26 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY. No. 122,281-B. AYARES SMALL LOAN CO., INC., a Florida corporation, Plaintiff, vs. 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, on or before March 23, 1949. which mortgage encumbers the following described personal property, situate and being in Dade County, Florida, to-wlt: 1 Platform Rocker 1 Cabinet 1 Green Rug 1 Desk 1 Frlgldalre 1 Metal Top Table, 2 Chairs 3 Metal Cabinets 1 Desk 3 Dressers 1 Hot Plate 3 Wardrobes and 1 Chair 2 Double beds, springs and mattresses 3 Chairs 3 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, Cleik of the Circuit Court (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIGE. Deputy Clerk. MARX M. FABER Attorney for Plaintiff 412 Congress BulMlng Miami, Florida uu a/4-u-ii NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, deslrin* to engage in business under the fictitious name of Ace Music Company, not Inc at 544 N.W. 6th Ave., Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida HARRY SILVERMAN JOSEPH MOONEY HARRY D1ETZ Attorney for Applicants Congress Bldg. 2/18-25 3/4-11-18 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No. 22134. In Re: ESTATE OF Shirley L. De Armond Deceased. To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of Shirley L. De Armond deceased late of Knox County, Tennessee, to the Hon. W. F. Blanton, CountyJudge of Dade County, and file the same in his office In the County Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 120 of the 1938 Probate Act. Date February 17. A.D. 1949. MAX R. SILVER, As Ancillary Administrator, C.T.A. of the Estate of SHIRLEY L. DE ARMOND, Deceased. WASMAN. SILVER & SAKOWITZ Attorneys for Ancillary Administrator, C.T.A. 2/18-36 8/4-11 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.—IN CHANCERY, No. 122633. YETTA TRUBIN, Plaintiff, vs. SAMUEL TRUBIN, Defendant. TO: SAMUEL TRUBIN, Defendant: YOU ARE ORDERED to file your Appearance to the Bill for Divorce filed against you, on March 25, 1949: otherwise, said bill will be taken as confessed by you. Dated: this 23 day of February. A.D. 1949. B. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By R. H. RICE, JR.. Deputy Clerk. WALTER C. KOVNER Attorney for plaintiff 2/25 8/4-11-18 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, UN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 132481. LILLIAN MOSLEY MAXSON. PlainOff, vs. STANLEY E. MAXSON, Defendant. TO: STANLEY E. MAXSON 16 17th Avenue Paterson, New Jersey YOU, STANLEY E. MAXSON, ore hereby notified to file your appearani • In the above cause for divorce on i.r before the 22nd day of March, '. I'. )4'9. otherwise a Deere.Pro Confesso will be entered against you. Dated this 17th day of February, A.D. 1949. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIGE. Deputy Clerk. MARION BROOKS Solicitor for Plaintiff 818 Olympla Bids. 2/18-26 J/4-11



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PAGE SIXTEEN vJenisfiHcricftan FRIDAY, MARCH 11, I %  : r B'nai B'rith Unit To Hold = Party The newly organized Coral Gables Chapter of B'nai B'rith Young Women has scheduled a card party for Sunday night at 8 o'clock at the Hillel House, 3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Games will be offered and refreshments will be served. Admission will be 75c with proceeds earmarked for B'nai B'rith community projects. Chairtrar. of the affair will be Shirlev Notovltz. Her committee consists of Harriet Fiedler. Ruth Margareten. Rosilur.d Morris. Temporary officers of the organization include: Adele Ziff. president: R:ta Goldwober. record secretary'; Elaine Zagoria and Wilda V'. co-correspondHarriet Fiedler. linski, parhatariar ..-.-.. %  :men are: Trudi I.... s .:.-'.'. S • Notovitz, fur.d-:. '•"' %  I • : t %  F.P.A. To Lecture Here Tuesday Franklin P. Adams, one of America's foremost humorists, will make his first appearance in Miami on the Town Hall lecture series Tuesday evening at 8:15 at the Temple Israel auditorium. Familiarly known as F. PA.. Adams is the originator of the column known as "The Connirm Tower.*' which appears in papeis I throughout the country. He is the i author of many poems, jingles | and diaries, including "The Diary of Our Own Samuel. Pepys." In 1938 he took his line of goods to the radio as one of the exports on the •Information Please program and has been at it ever since. Herman A. Binder, president of Town Hall. Inc., announces that tickets for the lecture are $2 and entitle the purchaser to hear the address on "Successful Living" to fiver by Dr. E. C. Nance April 6. Hadassah Will Meet Wednesday At Helene %  ...: sen .. Thi group's previous s ial affairs hi party Ft bru; ry 12 at the 1 Mir:, m L i { %  supper at Di Lb 1February 15. lladassnli Group To Give Party A pre-Purim rr.ah jong and card party will be held by the Henrietta Szold Group of Hadassah tomorrow evening at 8:30 at the Helene Hotel. Heading the committee in arrangements are Mrs. Nathan Is* rael and Mrs. David Slovak, who will I Mrs. Edwara Horowitz and Mrs. Dora Rosner. door; the Mesdames Margaret Blumenfeld. Jack Farkas, Morton Klain and Samuel Gewirtz, seat ing: and the Mesdames John Starr. J. Milgrem, L. Lob, Jacl; Hirsch, Paul -Schaffer. Shirley Weiss, and Pearl Szemere, rents. Mrs. Ehiel Lesowoder is chairman of ways and means She is assisted by Claire Lau: and Lillian White. All members and friends an invited to the affair. Rev. Barth To Address Spinoza Forum Saturday The Rev. Joseph Barth. pastor of the First Unitarian Church. will be guest speaker at the Spinoza Forum, 124 11th St., M:. mi B< ch, Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock. His topic will be "Beyond Nationalism." On Wednesday evening at 8 p.m. Charles H. Lee will lecture at the forum on "Atomic Energy." Pioneer Women's Bazaar Plans are being formulated fi i the bazaar to be held by th< Council of Pioneer Women ol Greater Miami from April I through 5, according to Rosemary Gerson Kaplan. Weekly meetings of the Town and Beach committees in charge of the affair are now being held. Women's Unit Holds Meetings On Tuesdays The Tropical Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women holds meetings every Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock in the Conference room of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation at 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, according to an announcement by Mrs. Melvin Benner. INVESTMENT ADVISER Fly to New York. Quite safe in Airline Plane with Expert Pilot. Take a Flier in the Stock Market. Also quite safe with Expert Pilot and Surety Company Policy Guaranteeing Original Investment Against Market Loss. P. 0. BOX 1922 MIAMI 11, FLA. NATHAN ABRAHAM A meeting of the Henrietta S I I Group of Hadassah will be on Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. at the Helene Hotel, 1030 15th St Miami Bee h Mrs Milton Sirkin, president of :%  : Greater Miami Chapter of H lassah. will be guest speaker. Mrs Al Karg, an alumna of the Brandeis Camp Institute, will :n the singing of Purim :.Mrs. Jack Levine, soprano, will render Palestinian and Jewish selections. Mrs. Moses Mescheloff is program chairman. Mrs. Nathan Israel will preside. Workers Alliance Will Present Jewish Concert Drama, song and comedy will be featured in a Jewish show and concert to be presented by the Bialik and Ben Gurion Branches of the Jewish National Workers Alliance Sunday at 8 p.m at Miami Beach High School, 14th St. and Drexel. The program will include a number of famous artists from the Jewish stage including Menachcm Rubin. Al Harris and Judy Knight. ,. Admission is SI.50 including tax and tickets are available at the home of Dr. H. H. Queen, 919 S.W. 24th Road or at the door. Beach Auxiliary To Home For Aged Plans Dinner To Honor Mrs. Sherry At a board meeting of the Miami Beach Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged recently held at the home of Mrs. Max Givenberg. Lenox Ave., Miami Beach, plans were made for a testial luncheon to be given some time in March to honor the retiring president. Mrs. Benjamin Sherry, for her •"untiring efforts in behalf of the organization." Mrs. Benjamin Appel, president, named Mrs. Harold Spaet chairman of the nominating committee. Others on the committee are Dr. Celia Wohl and the Mesdames Rose Weiss. Mollie Shuman, Alexander Kogan, Samuel Mason. Louis Makovsky and Harry Danziger. A slate of officers will be presented at the meeting of the organization to be held March 22 at the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, 1701 Washington Ave. Canadian Zionist And Wife Vacation At Beach Mr. and Mrs. D. Abramovitz, of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, are vacationing at 406 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. Mr. Abramovitz has been extremely active in Zionism and joined tile movement during the romantic period of Herzl. His adherence to the movement dates back to the assembly in Basle where the first Zionist Congress took place. He treasures as heirlooms receipts for membership dues dating back to 1897 when he was in Roumania. Among these is one for the year 1903 which reads "received from D. Abramovitz 60 Bami (cents) for the month of January." 4 ** 1 •• *?J &f 1 \ \ m Franklin P. Adams "INFORMATION PLEASE" TUESDAY. MARCH 15th. AT 8:15 P.M. Town Hall of Miami 137 N. E. 19th St. $1.50 (tax inch) Purchase Tickets at TEMPLE ISRAEL OFFICE OR AT DOOR In September of 1903 he migrated to Toronto and affiliated with the first Zionist society there, the B'nai Zion, which he later served as president. 20TH ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL FOR TEN DAYS ONLY 50% Reductions on Watch Repairs Cleaning $2.50 Main Springs 1.50 High grade complicated watches not Included DREISEN WATCH CO. 9th floor Olympla Bldg. Miami 2-0764 THE ONE AND ONLY Michel Rosenberg ATTABOY GETZEL Billy Hodes Sensational Comedian THE BARRY SISTERS Better Known As The BAGLEMAN SISTERS JAMES & BEVERLY PAYSEE LAST SHOW AT 11:30 FAMOUS ROUMANIAN CUISINE Dinner Served From 6 P.M. ROUMANIAN Theater Restaurant 1610 Alton. Miami Beach 5-2156. 5-2157 Dade Fair Draws Record Crowds Over 40.000 persons attended Dade County's fourth annual fair during the first five days of its ten-day run, according to R. H. Blakely. illustrious potentate of Mahi Shrine Temple, which is sponsoring the fair in collaboration with the Dade County Commission. This is the largest opening in the history of the event and it is expected that the attendance will exceed 75,000 by midnight Sunday, when it is scheduled to close. With the theme, "Know South Florida," the fair features 500 agricultural, industrial and educational exhibits, plus a giant midway spread over 15 acres at N.W. 8th Ave. and 28th St. Sixty rides and amusements of the James E. Strates' show make up the midway. The fair is open from 1 p.m. to midnight. Union Representative To Address Luncheon Club "The Truth About the Printers' Strike and the Taft Hartley Law" will be the subject of an address by a speaker from the Typographical Union at the Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith luncheon club meeting today at 12:15 at the Downtowner Restaurant, Seybold Building. Burnett Roth will introduce the speaker. Rabbi Shapiro To Speak Rabbi Max Shapiro, who h recently returned from a trinta Israel will be guest speaker the Jew.sh Forum Hour Satur day night at 8 o'clock. The D ro" gram, directed by Simon SeiL' wwV B veekly feature of *" %  The rabbi's to D ic will be "The Rapid Growth of the State of Israel." Cantor Maurice Mamches will be featured on the musical portion of the program and win sing Palestinian melodies and special Purim songs. One of the purposes of the program, suggested by Hyman Sootin, is to introduce to the Jewish community prominent Jewish individuals active in communal afThe Family of the late EDWARD A. MOSS Wishes to Express Appreciation to their many friend* for their kind expressioni of aympathy in their recent bereavement. SOPHIE J. MOSS BERTRAM B. MOSS ROSLYN KLEIN IIIIK & EISENSTEIN RtaliaA Phone 5-7668 309 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach SPECIALIZING IN HOTEL INVESTMENTS 14 Years of Experience in Building Construction on Miami Beach LEO EISENSTEIN W. I. 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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Shocking Evidence of Anti-Semitism Revealed In Floridian Survey
By LOUIS AROrlOVITZ
Jewish Floridian Staff
Semihsm exists in the employment field in Greater Miami will
^*t h k to no one but thai a strong anti-Semitic discrimination exists
eooe UtahfiraM and employers may be a surprise.
jjnong J. ...-.-enCe of marked discrimination by Jewish emp.oyers against joo-
Sur*.---; ;-_;-, 'own *faitll was imcovered in a recent survey conducted by The
irtlicant- -':_,,_., ceventv-five per cent of the managers and owners of local
hire ^""'^.ina their indignation and contempt.
thereby jn-av p-0-dian survev was activated by a telephone call from a non-
~"f ;:~v--nT'agency ownera long time resident of Miami and a veteran
jea-j- '_" t^e personnel fieldadvising us that she was experiencing con-
:ir;: ?:"-uitv':n placing her Jewish job-seekers.
gieraOif -:_' ^m-se of the survey, owners and managers of 19 employment
" i taskedsome by telephone, others by personal interviewsthe follow-
"Do you encounter discrimination against your Jewish job-hunters? If so, to
what extant? Is this anli-Jewish prejudice predominant in any particular occupa-
tional or religious groups? Do you ever find it among Jews themselves?"
These 19 agencies constitute approximately one-quarter of the total number
of licensed organizations now operating in the Miami area. A spokesman for the
Workmen's Compensation Division of the Florida State Industrial Commission,
under whose jurisdiction these agencies operate, estimates that there are now 80
agencies in business here. Of these, four or five cater exclusively to colored help.
An additional 15 specialize in supplying domestic help and as a consequence, rarely
accept white job-applicants. Hence, we believe these agencies are not in a position
to comment with authority upon the ar.ti-Semitic question. The 19 agencies included
in the survey, therefore actually represent about one-third of the agencies wmicn
might be expected to experience this problem. ,..-. tu.
When this assignment was first undertaken, it was feared by this reporter tnat
the agency operators might regard him as a hypersensitive and treat Uffl JJg
disdain that is reserved for those individuals who fall under this classification.
These fears were soon allayed, however, for from the beginning almost all of the
(Continued on Page 11)
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VOLUME ::NUMBER 10
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
"MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY^ MARCH 11. 1949
PRICE TEN CENTS.
Beth David to Break Ground Sunday We im and Grow am| Grow
r.-- :; be broken for the
pew synagogue and community
etttertc be erected by Congrega-
-"- Beti Dav.d on the block
baoDded by S.W. 2nd and 3rd
km and '26th and 27th Roads
a* exe-ciies to be held Sunday
afternoon from 4 to 5:30.
p-------- speaker at the cere-
r.r.:r< will be Dr. H. Franklin
Williams, v.ce president of the
University erf Miami and Dean of
Men
Scheduled to appear on the
ngraz ire the Hon. Robert L.
".:": avor Miami; the Rev.
G*::g- H Ricks, president of the
iLirr.. Ministerial Association:
fee Rev D J. Mekras, minister
rf the :-rtek Orthodox Church:
Babe: Jacob H. Kaplan, president
:.' t.-.r Jl-reiter Miami Rabbinical
Assocation and rabbi emeritus
of Temple Israel; Rabbi Leon
K::r-i.- i.:r:tual leader of Tem-
ple Bet:. Sholom; Rabbi Murray
Gra_-r spiritual leader of the
Cozg:^--''-' Beth El: Rabbi Max
Shap:r spir.tual leader of Beth
Daw; Stanley C. Myers, chair-
MB -'. the ground-breaking ex-
treme- and members of the
Greete: Miami Cantors Associa-
..:.-.
7:.e -:: -al ground-breaking
31 :-e ;r.-::rrr.ed by the follow-
ing dm bers :'. the congregation:
Barry Markowitz, Jacob Sher. S.
J Sp-e:::: Sam Weissel and Max
SwtTtt,
- The .r'.rai building of the
structure will be a synagogue
the largest :n the state of Florida
*'. :y 140 feet An auditorium
60 by :#4 feet will flank the syna-
sf-c m the north and a school
:-..:.:.z TC by 306 feet will be
m,.-, on the 27th Road .g^^- thereafter a
National ADL Leader To Address Institute
Benjamin R. Epstein, naUonaliappearance in.Miami Beach^ to
director Ann-Defamation League participate in the ^WWriicn
of B*nai 3 rith. will headline the!is being co-sponsored by _tne
iB-dty ALL Institute, commem-1 B'nai B'rith Council of Greater
fteaaaa Paine'* The Rights of; Anti-Defamation League office.
E?ti* sKda/3the Roney Goldberg and Fisher wiUjjeserf
Hm Hotel startig at 10:30 a.m.' a panel on**3***l5F%
Subject .: his address, which will I of B'nai B'nth, moderator of
be a -,:.- statement of current which wflt Jaj^MjllcaA- JTrted
to the assemblage arri welcome
in behalf of B'nai B'rith wiU be
made by E. Albert PaUot, presi-
dent of the B'nai Both Council.
The action program of tne i ior-
ida ADL office will be demons-
trated in an audience participa-
tion panel entitled "Making
Democracy Work in; Our Com-
munity." With Gilbert J. Balk
ish burial ground. In 1917 the
, congregation was reorganized
I with increased membership and
the name was changed to Con-
gregation Beth David. In the same
year a site for a synagogue was
purchased at the corner of N.E.
In the next jew issues The Jewish Floridian will feature
articles on the Jetrish population of Greater Miami based upon a
report by M J. KopeIou--.tr. chairman of the census sub-commit-
teeVu-h^ch is part of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation s com-
munity planning committee.
Did you know that Greater Miami has tne fastest growing
Jewish population in the United States" That there were approxi-
mated 40.000 Jewish permanent residents here as of December.
Rabbi Shapiro S.C Mycs
the Roman Corinthian school o'
design. Plans call for an open
rotunda at the main entrance with
eight massive columns supporting
a dome 50 feet in diameter which
extends over part of the main
building.
Construction will be of steel
and concrete. Riley and Ross are
in charge of the engineering de-
tails of the project and the Star
Construction Co., of which Ar-
thur Shandlcrff is president, is
general contractor.
Tne auditorium will seat 800
people and will contain a cafe-
teria. The school building will be
two stories high and will contain
28 class rooms. The building is
designed so that four rooms car.
be thrown together into an as-
sembly hall. A library, teachers
rooms, domestic science and do-
mstic art rooms are included in
the plans. .. .".
Beth David is the oldest Jew-
ish institution in Miami. Its his-
tory dates back to 1912 when a
group of ten men organized a
congregation which was named
2nd Ave. and 8th St. and the con-
gregation was incorporated with
the following officers: P. Uler.- ig48 -accorcjing to the survev? Others estimate even more
dorff, Leo Benjamin, S. Cohen. w -ld vou believe that there is a shift of Jewish population from
Max Dubler, Louis Fine and Isi- ^ t0 Miami proper" That men are in the majority in
dore Cohen. TSr.^T ...v;i. .,.,> ,=.,-<> the In 1920 the congregation pur-
chased the site of its present
svnagogue at N.W. 3rd Ave. and
2nd St. Bv 1925 the congregation
had grown to such proportions
that a permanent rabbi was en-
gaged and the first religious
school established.
Rabbi Max Shapiro became
spiritual leader of the congrega-
tion in 1933 and has held this
position for the past 16 years.
Miami while women have the odds on the Beacn That tne
average age of the Jewish population of Greater Miami is abou. 35
That the median period for residence of Jewish people
here is five vears That only about one per cent of the Jewish
population are non-citizens That only about 156 per cenit of tne
Jewish population own their bomej That the size of the average
Jewish family on the Beach is 2,5 Tr^t the largest Jev, sn
famiUes in Miami include eight individuals And that t..ere *e.e
but two families of this size?
MORE NEXT WEEK
1949 Combined Jewish Appeal
To Be Launched March 20th
^,- ^-.ll*: Ithe chairmanship of Sam Silver
C tlOriKOI 1- "He j ard a Beach Unit under the chair-
|or Volunteers manahip of Harold Zinn. A meet-
The 1949 Combined Jewish Ap- \ ing of Town majors, captains and
peal campaign will be officially
opened with a 'kick-off break-
fast Sunday morning. March 20
at Manning's Restaurant. William
D. Singer, general chairman, an-
nounced. Report meetings will be
held at Manning's on March 22.
24, 27 and 29. and a victory dinner
is slated for Thursday evening.
March 31, at a place to
designated.
workers will be held Wednesday
at 8 p.m. at the Y, while the
Beach group will meet on Tues-
day at 8 p.m. at Temple Beth
Sholom.
Women's 17nit To
Stage Lnneheon
More than 200 members of the
he Women's Unit of the 1949 Com-
'Ibined Jewish Appeal will attend
signaled. ,nm^ launc^-'a Purim luncheon at the Saxony
Proceeding the. formalJaunc-.a r ^ at I2 noon to
gogues and temples of Gre-ter j M Greenfield will be guest
Miami. Services will be devoted Monte ^^ wiU
to the campaign ana PfVers iu d^ ^ evocation. A feature
be offered for the ?ucssful out- J?rprog7am will be a playlet,
come of this year s fun^g 0.^e fjmSined Megillah." by
effort. Campaign literature -L|t>'hL T^on Kronish nf Temple
be distributed to the congrega-
tions and on Sunday, March 20.
a expected to participate in the
j----:' p-jgram, which will alsc
*e*t-' the presentation by the
A^L '. plaques to individuaL
ar.d inttttatkns making "out-
standing contribuuons to better
human relations."
Ar, attraction will be the rendi-
-" -'. Ir.-.nb Caesar's "Songs of
Friendship'' by the Youth Friend-
sbiD Chorus, an intergroup sing-
"Jig organization formed by David
Ra-now:tz, B'nai B'rith youth
advisor. The chorus will be di-
rected by Pat Sullivan, Gesu
nig". School bandmaster. Com-
munity singing of Caesar's songs
W;- r* led bv Marx Faber
fhve member of the Miami Op-
era Guild.
mPr.-. Maurice A. Goldberg
Washington, D- C- president of
Dif-r.ct Grand Lodge No 5 and
Ju-us Fisher, secretary of Dis-
t Na 5 axe making a one-day
muniry. wiwi v^.-r nI
director Florida Regional ADL
presiding as moderator the panel
will feature description of local
experiences in combating anU
Semitism and advancing better
group reUtions as narrated b>.
Miss Freda Shifman. ADL chair,
man Miami Beach B'nai B nth
Women's Chapter; Jerome R
Weinkle, Sholem Lodge B na
KriUV Mrs. Helen Miller. Coral
GabE. Women's Chapter B'nai
B'rith; Sam WeinfeU North
(Continued on Page 4)
the Sundav schools will hold spe-
cial assemblies under the sponsor-
ship of the Youth Lnit of the
campaign. .
Immediately following tne
breakfast, an army of volunteer*
will begin the ten-day task i
calling on all Jewish residents in
the metropolitan area or aaiian
for their contributions.
An urgent plea for more vol-
unteers "to fUl the rank of so-
licitors" for this house-to-house
phase of the campaign was
Toicd this week by George
Chertkof. chairman of the Mel
ropolitan Unit of tb% campaign.
Chertkof called upon the Jewish
organizations of the city to pro-
vide their quota of workers for
the campaign. Approximately 500
workers have volunteered up to
now he said, "but a minimum oi
1 000 is needed if we are to call
on every Jewish householder in
the area'in the time alloted to our
CaTne1Etropolitan Unit has been
divided into a Town Unit, under
Rabbi Leon Kronish of Temple
(Continued on Page 4)
Murray Greenfield
Young Adults To
Hear Greenfield
Initiating its participation in
the 1949 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal the Young Adult Unit will
hold a special gift dinner on Sun-
day night at 6 p.m. at the Shel-
borne Hotel. Chairman of the
Young Adult Unit is Irving Cy-
pen, who announces that the
unit's goal is $20,000.
Guest speaker at the affair will
be Murray Greenfield, a hero on
the Haganah blockade runner.
Hatikvah. Greer.field will be in-
terviewed by Lillian Fox over
station WMBM on her program at
12 noon Monday.
After serving two years during
the war in the United States Mer-
chant Marine Greenfield's deep
conviction of the Tightness of the
Jewish cause compelled him to
join the crew of the Hatikvah in
February". 1947. He played a lead-
ing role in the ship's dramatic
journey from Europe to Pales-
tine, where it was captured by the
British. Seized with the Jewish
immigrant passengers. Greenfield
was interned on Cyprus for four
months and then transferred to
the Athlit Detention Camp in Pal-
estine from which he was finally
released in September. After his
release, he spent considerable
time in Palestine, working with
the young pioneers in their strug-
gle to lay a firm foundation for
the Jewish State. In addition, he
continued to devote himself to
aiding the plight of the homeless
Jews in the DP Camps of Europe.
Greenfield knows the whole
tragic saga of the DP's, from their
bleak existence in the camps, to
the harried flight across Europe
seeking a port of embarkation for
Palestine; the difficult trip on
crowded, dilapidated ships; the
imprisonment in Cvprus: and
finally, their eventual settlement
in Israel.
Minimum gift for the dinner is
$25 per plate. Reservations may
be made by calling Miss Green
at 56-4331.


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Histadrut Plans Salute
To Israel Dinner March 27
Preparations for a "Salute to
Israel Dinner" to be held March
27 at the Saxony Hotel are now
being made by the Histadrut
Committee of Greater Miami, ac-
cording to an announcement by
Solomon Osheroff, regional di-
rector, whose office is at 835 Lin-
coln Road, Miami Beach.
The dinner will be dedicated to
the Histadrut, the organization of
the workers, builders and defend-
ers of Israel.
Following the dinner, a recep-
tion will be given in honor of
Capt. Yaakov Wayland, military
commander of Negba, will de-
scribe the exploits of Israel youth
in the face of Egyptian army at-
tacks.
Maurice Samuel, noted author
and lecturer will also speak.
Committee in charge of ar-
rangements will be headed by
Leon J. Ell.
Yaakov Wayland
Mrs. Tobin To Entertain
Sisterhood Officers
Mrs. Charles Tobin, 5231 N.
Bay Road, will entertain the of-
ficers and board of directors of
the Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Sholom at a luncheon in her home
today. Tlie luncheon will fol-
low the regular monthly board
meeting of the sisterhood. Mis.
Louis J. Krcnsky, president, has
announced.
Baron Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Celia
Baron, formerly of 1401'2 S.W.
27th Ave.. will take place Sunday
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with Kabbi Mose.< Mescheloff of-
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Hebrew Academy
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With a waiting list of 38 children
interested in enrolling in the He-
brew Academy, the board of di-
rectors of the academy voted to
add additional class rooms, play-
ground facilities and equipment
for extra curricular activities dur-
ing the next few months.
Plans are being made to en-
large present accomodations to
take care of a total enrollment
of 230 by next year.
In existence only one and one-
half years the academy is now
recognized as one of the leading
institutions of its type in this, as
well as other communities
throughout the country.
The Hebrew Academy, in addi-
tion to offering a progressive and
comprehensive English education
from the 1st to the 6th grades in-
clusive, as well as kindergarten
groups, presents an intensive He-
brew education integrated with
music and the arts. During the
school year of 1949-1950 the aca-
demy is adding an additional 7th
year grade to its school program.
The school is open five days a
week during the hours of 8:30
a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
News Brief
A charter to the newly organ-
ized Miami Beach Exchange Club
was presented at a dinner this
week at the Beachcomber, with
Harry Blumin becoming first
president. Other officers include
Franklyn R. Fischer, vice presi-
dent; Earl Shurtz, secretary; and
George J. Bertman, treasurer.
Named to the board of control
were Jack Abbott, A. Otto Birn,
Robert M. Lane, Dr. Alvin Honigs-
berg. Roy F. France, Sr., and M.
M. Mason. National president M.
Allen Barth presented the charter
to the service group.
Prof. Munson Speaks
Prof. William B. Munson of the
Uni\ersity of Miami History Dept.
spoke on "The Mindzenty Af-
fair" at the weeklv forum Sun-
day at 8:30 p.m. at the AVC Free-
dom House. A question and
answer period in which the audi-
ence is invited to participate fol-
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Dade Red Cross
Goal Is $302,200
More than 4,000 volunteer work-
ers embarked on a county-wide
campaign for Red Cross funds
last week. Dade County goal for
this year is $302,200 and advance
gift contributions totalled $40,515.
At the first report meeting of
the workers held Monday it was
announced that $63,664 or 21%
of the goal had been pledged.
Red Cross night will be held
at Ned Schuyler's Beachcomber
Monday night from 7 p.m. to mid-
night.
Heading the county drive for
the seventh consecutive year is
H. H. Hyman. His assistant chair-
man is Horace E. Loomis.
Mrs. A. C. McGraner, residential
division chairman, reports that
2.000 women volunteers are now
conducting a house-to-house can-
vas in all residential areas.
Employee solicitation has begun
and campaign headquarters has
received a number of report en-
velopes which indicate that some
firms have completed their so-
licitation early.
"The Dade County Red Cross
Chapter," Hyman said, "has no
apology to make when asking
residents of this sunny section to
give, for here are a few statistics
which should spell success for our
drive:
"A total of 3.500 of our resi-
dents were taught first aid, water
safety and accident prevention
during the past year; 27,929 miles
were driven bv motor service in
the interest of a number of or-
ganizations in our community;
45,000 persons were aided by our
home service department.
"Ten thousand refugees were
cared for during hurricanes and
floods which struck this section;
during the past 17 months the
Red Cross has spent over $414,000
on disaster relief alone in Dade
County."
On the eve of the opening of
the campaign, President Tru-
man, speaking from Washing-
ton, stated that "keeping the Red
Cross strong is part of our overall
job," and called upon the nation
to "over-subscribe the national
goal."
A total of 81 per cent of the
$302,200 local quota will be re-
tained by the Dade chapter and
19 per cent will be sent to the
national headquarters as this sec-
tion's share of the national and
international program, Hyman re-
ported.
Rhoda Zisman Crowned
Queen At Purim Ball
Rhoda Zisman, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Zisman, 1773
N.W. 21st Terr., was crowned
Queen Esther at the Purim ball
sponsored by the Sisterhood of
Beth El Congregation Sunday
night at the Dora August Mem-
orial Hall. Rabbi Murray Grauer
presided over the coronation.
Miss Zisman's ladies-in-waiting
were Wilma Shulman and Elea-
nor Sachs, runners-up in the con-
test for queen. Gifts were pre-
sented to all contestants.
Sidney Palmer served as master
of ceremonies. Mrs. Jack Shapiro
was general chairman of the
event. She was aided by Mrs.
George Solinger, Mrs. Max Rappa-
port, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Perl
and Mr. and Mrs. Murray Shul-
man.
Temple Isaiah
Honors Heads
Of Committees
Committee heads were honored
last week at Temple Isaiah's
weekly luncheon at 12:15 p.m. at
the National Hotel.
Newly appointed committees in-
clude:
House. Joe Rosonthal and Ben Sil-
ver; ritual, Siegfried Geiamar, chair-
man, A he Hir.sch, Mrs. Hen Tupler,
'Mrs. .lullus l'erlmutter; legal, Harold
Shapiro and Alfred Kreisler, co-chair-
men, Abe Schonfeld. J. H. Keys, Mrs.
dale Drey fuse; publicity, Dr. Sey-
mour Kreisler. chairman, Mrs. Gil-
bert Knlkln, co-chairman; bulletin. J.
B. Keys, chairman. Mrs. David Pol-
lack, co-chairman; sick and welfare,
Chairman, Dr. Milton Goldman, assist-
ing. Mrs. Anna Strauss, Mrs. Crace
Tucker; membership, Dr. Leo Zucker-
man. chairman, Mrs. Clara Mae Van
NesS, co-chairman; finance, Ben Tup-
ler, chairman. Mrs. Grace Tucker, co-
chairman, assisting Abe Schonfeld,
Mrs Hetty Silver, Charles Gordon,
Hose Krodsky, Julius J. l'erlmutter,
Sam Hyman. Sam I'urcell and Mrs.
HatUe Spiegal; program, Abe Schon-
feld, chairman and Mrs. Ben Silver,
co-chairman; special gifts, Charles
Cordon, chairman, Hose Brodsky, co-
chairman; building fund, J. J. l'erl-
mutter, haii'in.in. Sam Hyman, M. S.
I'urcell, Hattie Spkgal, co-chairman
religious school. Al Cohen, principal.
Airs. J, B, Keys and Mrs. Abe Schon-
feld, assistant principals; Sisterhood
representative, Itabbi David ltaab,
who Is also an ex-oflcio member;
youth group, Richard Goodman, chai: -
man, Mrs. Mildred Schreiber. co-
chairman; Young Polks League, Al-
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loultz. co-chairman; Men's Club repre-
sentative. Dr. Maurice Rich, chair-
man, Mrs. Samuel Hohauser, co-
chairman.
Miami Y Nursery School
To Hold Purim Party
?A.Purim party for parei* of
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next Tuesday at 2 p.m., at th J
building.
The Purim story in Hebrew
will be presented by the five year
old children of the kindergarten
Other age groups will demon*
trate the work they are doing in
the nusery.
The public is invited.
Young Judaea Group
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Shalom Chapter Young Judaea
presented a talent show at the
Miami Beach Jewish Center 1415
Euclid Ave., on Tuesday at 7 30
p.m.
Participants in the show
were Joyce Askowitz, Estelle
Weiss, Rose Benson, Phyllis Wald-
man, Helen Schuman, Toby Jaffe
Carol Newman, Maxine Bell, Bar-
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1949
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PAGE THREE
/'// Say...
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
Tho oriein of Purim has bothered scholars. Strange
j indeed for a Jewish holiday. Play acting, mask-
doi cVvlarking, drinking, and roistering strike an
m& nntc in a Jewish celebration. Some see the in-
fluence of pagan Bacchanal revelries.
i Perfect Romance
ohviouslv the celebration is grounded in the book
r.ther Here critics have a field day. They see in the
a perfectly contrived and masterly written
22Snce It has all the elements of good theatrea
Sous setting, a beautiful heroine, a sentimental
nmneror a scheming villain, a wise virtuous hero.
ThPi-e is' local color, foreshadowing, suspense, a plot
"j sub plot, perfect timing, a grand climax and
>nti climax, death to the villain, promotion for the
horn A catastrophe is averted and turned into a
.nlendid victory. Virtue is rewarded, and vice is
punished. No one has come nearer writing a more
perfect story.
Rataklin our vernacular, the story has a surpris-
inelv modern flavor. It begins with a 7 day binge.
rirou'ing with boon companions, the king orders
his lawful wife to do, presumably, a strip tease.
Her dignity outraged, the queen sends her scornful
refusal Now is the king's turn to feel outraged. Upon
the advice of a favorite, Vashti is dismissedproba-
bly executed. After the hangover, the befuddled
king misses his queen and regrets the wild party.
His counsellors hit upon the brilliant idea: to hold a
series of beauty contests. The title, Miss Persia, goes
to a Jewish maiden. Her real name is Hadassah but
she prefers Esther, which seems as fashionable then
as Gwendolyn or Sandra is today. Before her marri-
--0 to Ahasuerus, she is told by Mordecai, a wise and
prudent cousin, not to reveal her religion or national
origin At the same time, her kinsman, who seems
o get around, overhears a plot to murder the king.
He reports to Esther. With the F.B.I, on the trail,
the conspirators are soon hanged. The report is re-
ceived by headquarters and duly filed. But the in-
cident is forgotten.
Haman ... ... ,
Here the story could close with a joyous ending.
Esther as queen could live happily ever after with
her children, who would be 100% Persians. But the
eternally inconvenient Jewish problem obtrudes it-
self. Haman, an Agagite, and therefore a non-Persian
concealing an inferiority complex, becomes Grand
Visier. To compensate for his secret sense of not
really belonging, he demands that everybody knock
their heads to the ground when he passes. Mordecai,
with a stubborn Jewish tradition of heiling no man,
ps-c-s bv this puissant pigmy without making the
slightest curtsy. Haman gets madder every time he
is uigttMCL On inquiry, he finds this rebel member
of a clan who have Deculiar ideas of right and wrong;
who are pretty much set in their laws, their manner
of worship, and their way of life. Haman decides to
get rid of Mordecai and the entire tribe. During a
pleasant tete-a-tete with the king, he talks darkly
Purim: Carnival Day
about the empire harboring a scattered people who
pay little attention to the king's laws. They should
be exterminated! As for the loss in revenue, he per-
sonally would foot the bill. After the 9th drink, when
nothing seems too important, the king signifies his
O.K. by handing over the signet ring, presumably to
stamp the documents.
Either
The decree, supposedly a secret until the 13th day
of Adar, calls upon the Satraps of 127 dominions "to
destroy, to slay, and cause to perish all Jews, young
and old, little children and women, in one day." This
has a familiar ring to us. Mordecai, possibly through
his F.B.I, connections, is let into the secret. Since no
male can enter a harem, he has to put on an act. Clad
in sackcloth and ashes, he goes about the city grip-
ing bitterly. He reaches the palace gate and is for-
bidden entrance on account of the queer costume.
Servants rush to tell their mistress. The queen is
horrified. She thinks her relative has gone batty
and sends him decent clothes through her trusted
eunuch. Mordecai relays the plot, the royal decree,
and the machinations of Haman. The moral is quite
obvious. It is up to the queen to use her blandish-
ments and change the king's senseless decree. But
Esther is not quite of the heroic mould. She appears
unwilling to jeopardize her life or high station. Life
is prettv pleasant. Why interpose this unpleasant and
unpopular Jewish business? But her kinsman rises to
prophetic fury in his threats and denunciations. The
queen now thoroughly alarmed, decides to take a
chance. She puts on a gownvof the latest model and
appears unbidden in the royal presence. The king is
suddenly captivated and touches her with th gol Ion
sceptre. She probably upbraids him coquettishly for
his neglect and winds up by getting him to attend her
party, an exclusive affair for him and his Prime
Minister The king, who likes a good drink, doesnt
need coaxing. The party goes off smoothly, and he
no doubt expresses himself quite gallantly as to the
pleasure he would get to attend such an intimate
party more often. The queen immediately invites
both her guests for the following evening.
Mordecai ..
During that night, when the wine wears oft, tne
king is unable to sleep. There being no radio to hook
on, he commands his secretary to bring in the secret
F B.I. chronicles. He hears the story probably for the
first time how he owed his life to the vigilence of one
Mordecai, who frequents the palace gate, that is,
hobnobs with the officials. The king, evidently not a
bad sort, asked whether his savior had ever been
rewarded. Evidently the F.B.I, had taken the credit
themselves. It was now time for breakfast and the
Grand Visier is in the anteroom expecting, no doubt,
to bum a cup of coffee. Ahasuerus asks advice of his
wise counsellor. In what manner can honor be shown
to a man who has greatly pleased the king? Haman s
ego blacks out every one else. He sees himself on
horseback, arrayed in royal robes, the kingly crown
on his head, being lead about the streets by a noble
prince exclaiming "here is the man the king delights
to honor." ,
"A good idea," exclaims the Persian ruler. I knew
I could always count on your wisdom. Get the horse,
the apparel, and the crown from the palace, and you
yourself take Mordecai the Jew for a slow walk
throughout the city. Be sure to exclaim to the people
the very words you just uttered."
The Banquet
When Haman comes home that evening, his wife
comments: "It's bad to do business with these Jews.
Somehow one always gets the worst of the bargain.
Haman barely has the time for a bath and a shave.
He rushes to the queen's banquet. The food is good
and so is the wine. The king is expanding into a
pleasant mood. He feels more in love than ever, and
says to his favorite queen, "Anything in the world
you want, you can have, even if it be half of my
kingdom." The queen rejoins: "What good is a king-
dom if I'll soon be dead?" He honestly doesn't know
what she is talking about. She tries to explain that
she and all her kindred are scheduled to die on a
certain day. Slavery wouldn't be so bad, but she
couldn't very well go for the slaughter business. The
king still doesn't understand. Then she points
dramatically to Haman as author of the decree to
exterminate her entire nation. The king goes into the
garden to cool off. He feels his mind isn't quite up to
making an important decision. Haman realizes he is
in the dog house and starts pleading with the queen.
As the king returns, it appears to him that Haman
is getting fresh. Then one of the bright boys in the
diplomatic corps thought it was high time to spill
the beans. Haman had erected a 50 ft. gibbet to hang
Mordecai. The king says, "Good! That saves time and
expense. Hang Haman on it immediately!"
The Aftermath
After this strong climax there was still a job to do.
The decree had gone out to the provinces that on
Adar 13th a grand slaughter would be great fun and
perfectly legal. According to the author, a decree once
issued by thCMedes and the Persians could never
be altered. Therefore, another order was necessary
to permit the Jews to defend themselves. So on the
fateful day. mobsters paid with their lives wherever
they attempted to attack. The scroll ends with a paean
of triumph. Esther's influence becomes all powerful,
and Mordecai the Jew is made Prime Minister.
Is it due merely to the excellence of the story
that Jews have been celebrating Purim for 2500
years? No holiday rs taken a deeper hold upon the
Jewish subconscious. For imbedded in the tale are
some deep lessons in historic and psychologic truths.
In a dramatic way, it stresses the ultimate insecurity
of Jews on foreign lands. No telling where or when
the axe will fall. Haman is the anti-Semitic archetype
of the ages. Through the centuries under many strange
skies Jews have heard the refrain: "to be destroyed,
to be slain, to perish." ______________________
Rabbi Jacob Greenberg Dies At 69
CHICAGO, (JTA)Rabbi Jacob Greenberg, Dean of the Hebrew
Theological College here for the last 25 years, died recently at the
age of 69. He was a renowned Talmud ic scholar and was considered
a world authority on the Jewish calendar._________________________
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EDITORIAL
Ground Breaking
Beth David breaks ground Sunday for its new
house of worship on Coral Way. Miami's pioneer
congregation inspired spiritual enlightenment in
the days when there was no other House of God.
It witnessed the growth of a people and a com-
munity which has blossomed forth today to a city
of many temples.
Beth David has withstood the branching off of
many of its congregants who, as the town spread
out, took the pioneer spirit with them to build for
a stronger Judaism.
Beth David remains today as a strong pillar of
religion in the community. The consecration of
new ground Sunday evidences its forward
progress.
The Rabbi and Congregation are to be con-
gratulated for the determination to forge ahead
to keep abreast with a Greater Miami.
Ait American Fight
The attempts of groups branded as subversive
by the government of the United States fool very
few people when they attempt to "have the pot
call the kettle black."
There are legitimate, truly American groups,
well gualified to fight the Klan without the help
of groups as bad or more so. The Ministerial
Association, Anti-Defamation League, Conference
of Christians and Jews, the Governor, are all
working to eliminate the K.K.K. and that for which
it stands.
It is an American fight and will remain so .
These attempts to secure notoriety fool very few!
Purim
The festival of Purim is the happiest of all
Jewish holidays. It commemorates the delive
ance of the Jews of ancient Persia from \h
messacre planned by their arch enemy, Hainan6
the prime minister of King Ahasuerus. The festival
begins at sundown Monday, the 14th of March
and concludes at sundown Tuesday, the 15th i
March. The Hebrew date is the 14th of Adar
The Biblical Book of Esther tells the story of this
festival. The beautiful Jewess, Esther, was chosen
by the King to be his Queen, and at a series of
banquets tells the King of the plot of Haman
against her people. The indignant monarch orders
him hung on the scaffold he had prepared for
Mordecai. The Book of Esther is a charming story
of virtue rewarded and evil punished.
Since that day the festival has been celebrated
with joy and thanksgiving throughout the world
Charity is given; children exchange gifts; special
foods are prepared, and even the young are
permitted liberties in the Temple denied on all
other occasions.
The Book of Scroll of Esther is read at services
and an atmosphere of gaiety prevails. Games are
played and songs are sung, and masks and
costumes are worn.
In this day and age, the Purim festival raises
the hopes and hearts of all persecuted peoples.
It tells of the miracle of deliverance from evil, and
gives the promise of the coming of the day when
all men will walk in dignity and concord.
Security Council Votes To Admit
State Of Israel To UN Membership
LAKE SUCCESS. (JTA)The
U.N. Security Council this week
voted to recommend the admis-
sion of Israel to membership in
the United Nations. The vote was
9 to 1, with Britain abstaining.
Egypt cast the lone negative vote,
charging that the Israeli applica-
tion was being "railroaded"
through the Council.
Immediate approval of the Is-
raeli application was urged at
the Council session by U.S. dele-
gate Warren Austin. He em-
phasized that there is no doubt
that Israel constitutes a slate
within the meaning of that term
under international law. He also
pointed out that Israel qualifies
for U.N. membership under the
provisions of the Charter which
specify that a state must be peace-
loving to qualify for admission.
"The people of Israel," he said,
"have given the world a convinc-
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to organize their government and
establish a system of administra-
tion and law-making under the
mo.*t difficult conditions." He
Rep. Sol Bloom
lies At 7
WASHINGTON Rep. Sol
Bloom, New York Democrat,
chairman of the House Foreign
Affairs committee, died unex-
pectedly Monday night of a heart
attack. He would have been 79
Wednesday.
The veteran congressman had
entered the hospital March 4 with
a cold.
It was on March 4. 1923, that
Bloom began his long service in
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FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 1949
ADAR 10. 5709
especially lauded the armistice
agreement reached recently be-
tween Israel and Egypt at Rhodes.
Soviet delegate Yacob Malik
said that Russia was in favor of
Israel's admission at the last ses-
sion of the Council in Paris and
would vote in favor of it now. All
the legal requirements of the
Charter, he said, have been met
by Israel and it is therefore the
duty of the Council "to act favor-
ably at once on Israel's applica-
tion for U.N. membership."
Mahmoud Fawzi Bey, the Egyp-
tian delegate, in a violent tirade
apparently aimed at the home
audience in Egypt, said that Is-
rael's application should be dis-
carded because of Israel's "long
record of disobedience to the Se-
curity Council and the United
Nations." The least that could be
done, he declared, was to follow
the suggestion of the Chinese
delegate. Gawzi asked the presi-
dent of the Council to explain
why Israel's application was
moved ahead on the ^agenda.
"How about the territory Israel
is still holding in defiance of the
Security Council?" he shouted.
Israeli, Arab
Clash Reported
A clash between Trans-Jordan's
Arab Legion and Israeli armored
forces moving toward the Gulf of
Aqaba was reported by the de-
fense ministry Wednesday.
There were reports that fight-
ing broke out Tuesday night
and continued Wednesday.
Trans-Jordan's port of Aqaba,
where British troops are sta-
stationed, is flanked on the west
by a 10-mile coastal strip of Pal-
estine's Negev desert which the
United Nations assigned to the
Jews.
Aqaba has been an issue be-
tween Israel and Britain since
British troops moved into the port
last fall, by request of Trans-Jor-
dan's King Abdullah, under the
terms of a mutual defense treaty.
Israel protested this and other
British moves to the United Na-
tions.
In Haifa, United Nations chief
of Staff Brig. Gen. William E.
Riley met the Israeli delegation
for the Israel-Lebanon armistice
talks. The Israelis and Lebanese
met for the fourth time Thursday
with Riley in attendance.
Transjorda uia us.
Jews Meet With
Bunche At Rhodes
RHODES, (JTA)Acting U.N.
mediator Ralph J. Bunche met
this week with the Transjor-
danian and Israeli delegations fol-
lowing the return here of Reuvcn
Shiloah, Foreign Ministry head
of the Israeli delegation, and the
chief Transjordanian delegate
from consultations with their re-
spective governments, a U.N.
communique stated here.
Thus far, there has been no
answer to Dr. Bundle's query to'
the Iraq government as to wheth-'
er Transjordan is authorized to
represent it at the armistice ne-
gotiations. The mediator refused
to comment on a radio report that
Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri es Said
denied in the Iraqi parliament
that Transjordan had been au-
thorized to speak for Iraq at the
Rhodes parley.
The real block to the negotia-
tions at present is not the Iraqi
situation, but the sudden demand
of the Transjordanians that cer-
tain specific military demands put
forward by them be considered
early in the talks. The demands,
if agreed to, would create a sit-
uation highly dangerous to the
security and sovereignty of the
Jewish state, it is understood here
Workmen's Circle To
Mark Birthday at Banquet
Branch 692 of the Workmen's
Circle will celebrate its anni-
versary with a banquet Sunday
at 6:30 p.m. at the New Lyceum,
25 Washington Ave., Miami
Beach, Leon Elkin, recording sec-
retary, announced.
Chono Gotesfeld, well known
for his humorous sketches in the
Jewish Forward, will appear on
the program in a reading of
"Purim Humoresque."
Reservations for the affair may
be made by calling J. M. Freed-
man, 500 15th St., Miami Beach,
at 58-1732.
Holiday Affairs
The Teen-Age Council of the
Miami Beach Y wil conduct a
Purim ball at which Queen Es-
ther will be crowned tomorrow
night at 8 o'clock at the Y build-
ing.
Mrs. Levin Announces
Nominating Committee
Mrs. Isaac Levin, president of
the Temple Israel Sisterhood,
named members of the nominat-
ing committee at a meeting Mon-
day. On the committee are Mrs.
Max Meisel, chairman, Mrs. Harry
Nevins, Mrs. Alvin Richter, Mrs.
Albert Green and Mrs. Maurice
Serotta.
The slate selected by this group
wi pe posted on the Temple
bulletin board March 21 and
mailed to all members with a
notice of an electing meeting in
April. At that meeting nomina-
tions will also be accepted from
the floor Mrs. Levin announces.
A panel discussion on the sub-
ject. "How Can Women Effectu-
ate Their Power as a Force f0r
? 9ood- was the highlight
of Monday s meeting.Participants
were Eve Tellegen, Mrs. T V
Moore, Mrs. Sidney Weintrauh
and County Solicitor Robert R.
l *ylor.
Nat'l ADL Leader
To Address Institute
(Continued from Page 1)
Shore Lodge B'nai B'rith; Mrs.
Carol Sarvetnick, Emma Lazarus
Chapter Business and Profession-
al Women; Jack Kapner, West
Palm Beach; Abe S. Goldman,
commander United Veterans'
Council.
Presiding at the morning ses-
sion will be Burnett Roth, gen-
eral chairman of the institute.
Leonard L. Abess, chairman Flor-
ida ADL advisory board and ex-
ecutive committee will serve as
chairman of the afternoon session
which will be highlighted by the
award presentations. Plaques for
outstanding achievement in the
field of human relations will be
awarded to Dr. Gordon W. Love-
joy, chairman of the department
of human relations, University of
Miami; George J. Talianoff; and
the St. Petersburg Times. The
presentation of the award to Dr.
Lovejoy will be made by Mitchell
Wolfson, prominent civic leader
and member of the Florida ADL
advisory board and executive
committee.
George J. Talianoff will be
honored for his four years of
service as director of the Florida
ADL office. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man. spiritual leader of the Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Center, will
present a plaque to Mr. Talianoff.
The St. Petersburg Times is
being honored by the ADL for
its crusading editorial policy in
consistently exposing bigotry and
discrimination. Warren Pierce, as-
sociate editor, is arriving in Mi-
ami from St. Petersburg to accept
the plaque in behalf of this news-
paper. Frank G. Kleinfeld, prom-
inent St. Petersburg business
leader and B'nai B'rith member
will make the presentation re-
presenting the ADL. A large dele-
gation of St. Petersburg commun-
ity leaders are planning to visit
Miami Beach to participate in the
ceremonies honoring the St.
Petersburg Times.
The institute is open to the pub-
lic and reservations may be made
nCoalll!!B,?'nai B'ritn Council,
fCwCyboId Building, or phone
Obituaries
JACOB HYMAN
Am- 64. of 1531 RW. 6th St. passed
away at his home suddenly thin week.
A reHiilent of Miami for the past I'l
m-i.i-h Mr. Hyman was oriRlnally
JIT ph""Phta. Surviving are the
widow. Rse; two anna, Sidney and
J.....,nHrrt: one daughter. Mr. Max
,h ,hr,ee hr<,,r'<'r. Edward. Sam
and Morris. Funeral aervica. were
held at the Gordon Funeral Chapl
and Interment took place In Mount
iS ?"etery. The widow will re-
"Irte with her son-in-law and daujrht-
B.W. 14th Ave.
Women's I nit To
Stage Luncheon
(Continued from Page 1)
Beth Sholom. Taking parts will
be Mrs. Leon Ell, Mrs. William
Farr and Mrs. William Bernstein.
Mrs. Alexander Kogan will be
chairman of the function. Serving
with her as hostess will be Mrs.
Bess Nelson.
The Women's Unit held a tea
yesterday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. Jack Ablin, 6342 North
Bay Road, at 2 p.m. with Mrs.
Louis Altschul and Mis. Leo Gern-
gross as co-chairmen of the affair.
Mrs. Barbara Lawrence was guest
speaker.
In the receiving line were the
Mesdamcs Sirkin, Louis Glasser,
Carl Weinkle, Sylvia Chertkof,
Kogan, Ablin, Altschul and Gern-
gross.
EDWARD E. BRILL
rtse M, of Miami Hoh. passed
^ngArtv.,.Mr8- 0nid Lchai n
wTrrt i MaJHd lwo "randaona. Ed-
ward L. and Robert Brill.
Giller To Head
Apartment I nil
The apartment house owners of
Greater Miami are responding to
the call of the 1949 Combined
Jewish Appeal in greater num-
bers than ever before in the his-
tory of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, according to Ben.
Giller, president of the Apart-;
ment House Association of Miami
Beach.
Giller recently accepted the
chairmanship of the Apartment
House Division of the campaign.
His co-chairman for Miami is
S. B. Miller.
Miller and Giller met with
other members of the division on
Monday night at 8:30 p.m. at the
Miami Beach Elementary School
to formulate plans for a division-
al breakfast to be held on Sun-
day. William D. Singer, campaign
chairman, addressed the group.
Miami Hebrew School
Services Dedicated To
Mizrachi Women's Unit
Rabbi Simon April of tne Mi-
ami Hebrew School and Congre-
gation will dedicate his forum to-
night to Mizrachi. A special triD-
ute will be paid to the women
active in the organization.
On Sunday night the bea-
comber Hotel management n
invited the Tamara membership
and their friends to be guests at
a dance in the hotel patio, in-
cluded on the program win *
Arnold Davis, variety dancer,
Ruth Rochow, singer and Mane
Lynn Wahrman. black face co-
medienne. The program has omm
arranged by the Mesdames Israel
Slotsky, b; Pollack, S. Blinky
in cooperation with the master ^
ceremonies at the hotel.
A card party sponsored by in
Tamara group is scheduled for
Sunday night, March 20. at tne
Beth El Congregation, 500 i>.
17th Ave. Mrs. Herbert Oster ww
be hostess.
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Rabbi Lehrman
To Be Honored
swart &?
&, of Miami Beaches conserya-
'?ad wrncogue. Rabbi Irving
,lV!i 1 will be honored at a
Uhr?Pt and reception to be held
bf12p Miami Beach Jewish Com-
munityCentc" 1701 Washington
Afi?A? AbHn6 member of the
cvnfeocuc board of directors is
lairSn of the affair. On his
c See are Max Greenberg,
Jo3 M. Rose. Mrs. Arthur
S Mrs. Harry Rogers, Alfred
StoneHarry Bodenstein and
rporce J- Talianoff.
When the rabbi assumed his
dutein August, 1943 the con-
gregation had a membership of
250 Under his guidance, the mem-
bership has grown to 800 families
The Rabbinical Assembly of
America, the official conservative
rabbinate of America, chose Rab-
bi Lehrman to be its representa-
tive on the national executive
board of the United Synagogue
of America, the national syna-
gogue body of which the center
is a member.______^^
B'nai B'rith To
Form New Unit
Plans have been announced by
Charles R. Jacobson, executive di-
rector of the B'nai B'rith Council,
for the organization of a new
B'nai B'rith Lodge to service the
community of North Miami and
environs.
Instrumental in calling the first
meeting is Mayor Edward Taig-
man of the municipality of North
Miami and Milton A. Friedman,
president of the B'nai B'rith State
Federation. B'nai B'rith Council
officers. E. Albert Pallot, Bill
Pallot, Sam Silver and A. J. Kap-
lan will meet Monday at 8:15
p.m.. in North Miami to discuss
formation of the 8th B'nai B'rith
Lodge in the Dade County area.
Dr. Maurice A. Goldberg, presi-
dent of District Grand Lodge No.
5. and Julius Fisher, secretary of
District Grand Lodge No. 5 will
be honored guests at this first
organizational meeting and will
bring a message of congratula-
tions from national headquarters
in Washington, D. C.
Residents of North Miami in-
terested in attending the meeting
may call Mayor Taieman at his
home at 7-7765 or Friedman at
3-6264.
Beach Hadassah
To Meet Monday
A meeting of the Miami Beach
Business and Professional Wom-
en's Division of Hadassah will be
held at the Beach Y Monday at
8:15 p.m. The meeting will cele-
brate the birthday of the organiza-
tion, and in honor of the occasion
there will be a dedication read-
ing by Frances Novik. A talk on
child welfare, one of Hadassah
projects, will be given by Mrs.
Bea Cypress.
A new Palestinian film will be
presented by the Massada group.
Plans for a rummage sale to be
held in the near future will be
discussed. Anyone having mer-
chandise suitable for the sale is
asked to contact Dorothy Parker,
1545 Euclid Ave. Arrangements
will be completed for an all games
party to be held at the Sagamore
Hotel March 21.
The nominating committee,
headed by Marguerite Marks, will
present the new slate of officers.
Moishe Oysher To
Appear At Plaza
Moishe Oysher, "master singer
of his people," comes to the Plaza
Theatre, Miami Beach, tomorrow
for a five-day personal appear-
ance engagement. Mr. Oysher,
who needs no introduction to Mi-
ami's Yiddish theatre-goers, will
also be seen in the accompanying
film presentation, "The Singing
Blacksmith." The current stage
show, featuring Henrietta Jacob-
son and Julius Adler, ends with
tonight's performance. "His Wife's
Lover," starring Ludwig Satz, is
the feature attraction.ST.
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Program Scheduled For
Jewish Home For Aged
Scheduled to appear on a pro-
gram to be given for the resi-
dents of the Jewish Home for the
Aged Sunday afternoon at 2
o'clock are Mrs. Esther Nannes,
who will sing Jewish Folk songs;
Mr. Azar, who will offer humor-
ous readings; and Cantor Joseph
Malek, director of the Coral
Gables Jewish Center.
Leo Steinman, who arranged
the entertainment, is endeavoring
to make these Sunday afternoon
programs a regular bi-monthly
feature. Anyone wishing to par-
ticipate is urged to contact him
at 6-4148
W. Miami Center
Plans Purim Ball
The West Miami Jewish Center
will sponsor a Purim dance Sat-
urday night, March 19 at 8 o'clock
at the Coral Gables Women's
Club, Sam Stone, general chair-
man, announces. Proceeds from
the affair will be used to defray
the group's share of the deficit of
the United Jewish Schools.
Highlight of the evening will
be the Queen Esther contest. A
popular orchestra will provide
music for dancing.
Working on Stone's committee
are Mrs. Louis Goldin and Mrs.
Harry Klein.
Rodeo Will Open At
Orange Bowl Tonight
The first official show of the
Rorteo Cowboys Association ever
to aippear in this area begins to-
nigtot at the Orange Bowl with
the presentation of the Champion-
ship Rodeo. Repeat performances
will be given tomorrow evening
and Sunday afternoon. Tickets are
on ;Sale at Fan's Tours, 2315 Col-
lins Ave., and at the rodeo office,
126 N-E. 1st St. The event is being
sponsored by the nine Optimists
Clubs of Greater Miami, with pro-
ceeds being used toward the
Boys' Work Clubhouse Building
Fund.
Beth Jacob Religious
School Will Present
Purim Program Wed.
The Beth Jacob Religious School
Purim program will be presented
Wednesday at 7 p.m. at the syna-
gogue.
The evening's entertainment
will include a cavalcade of Purim
music, a quiz program, a costume
and masque contest and a movie
"The Story of Purim," in English.
Refreshments will be served to
children by the Beth Jacob Sis-
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FRIDAY, MARCH 11,
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
Miami Beach.
Congregation Beth Jacob (Or-
thodox). 301-311 Washington Are..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff.
Friday evening services at 5:4.1 p.m.
Late Friday evening forum at 8:80.
Dr. Alexander Rosenfeld, executive di-
rector of the World Hebrew Union.
will speak in Yiddish on "The He-
brew Culture and Language." Rev,
(tulip l-'rieil will lead in the com-
munal HlliKinR ussHsted by tho H.-th
Jacob Iti-liKioiiN whool chorus. Early
Saturday morning services at 6:80.
HeKular Sal.bath service at 8:30 u.m.
Rabid Mescheloff's sermon topic will
he "Tin- Eternal Memory." Junior
services held for ohlldren of element-
ary school Bge in the Ki-HkIouh School
annex at io a.m. under direction of
Max Bertman of the faculty. Klddush
will be served under direction of Mrs.
Joseph Brenner. Mlncha at r.:4r> fol-
lowed by Shall is SeUdOB. Quest speaker-
will bo Rabbi X. Gottlieb. Celebration
ol Purlin im begin with evening
services and the reading of the Scroll
of Esther Monday. Scroll will be read
Bgaln during morning Bervlces Tuesday
at 7:30. Sunday school at 9:30 a.m.
Pally school from 3:80 to 0:80.
Congregation Beth David (Con-
servative). 135 N.W. Third Ave.
Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice
Mamches.
Late Friday evening services nt 8:15.
Rabbi Shapiro and Cantor Maurice
Mamches will officiate Mortimer May.
vice president of the ZOA and former
president of the Southeastern Region
of ZOA, who recently returned from
Israel will discuss the subject, "My
Impressions of the State of Israel."
Immediately after services Mrs. B.
Oraber will be hostess at the reception
in the auditorium in memory of her
brother-in-law, Harry Tarbes, The
floral offering will be made by Mr.
and Nra. Jack Qold In celebration of
their sons Bar Mltsvah. Sabbath
services at 8:30 ;i m. Bar Mltsvah of
Jay, son of Mi. and Mrs. .lack Gold.
Students services at 10:30 a.m. Sunday
Bar Mltsvah breakfast for boys and
nirls 13 and over will be held tins week
nt 8:40. Bible class under direction of
Abraham Levltan meets daily
at 7::ift a.m. for a Mischnias. Adult
discussion group In synagogue every
Sunday morning from 10:15 to 11:15
led by Rabbi Shapiro.
Congregation Beth El (Ortho-
dox), 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi
Murray Grauer. Cantor Milton
Friedman.
Friday evening services at 5:46
Friday evening forum at 8:80 p.m
Rabin Qrauer "ill speak on "The Spirit
of Purlm in Our Time." An Oneg
Shabbat will follow in auditorium. Re-
freshments will be s.rv.d under the
supervision of the Sisterhood. Satur-
day Bervlces at '. am. Rabbi Qrauer
will speak on "Our Memories: On the
Sabbath of Remembrance." Students'
services at i" a.m Saturday, super-
vised bv Bernard \V. Klmmel of the
Religious school staff Mlncha at
5:45 p.m Followed by Shalos Seudos
Sunday school at 10 a.m. Daily reli-
gious school from 8:30 to 6 p.m. Daily
services 8 a m. and ti p.m.
Jewish Community Center
(Conservative). 2020 Polk St.,
Hollywood. Rabbi Max Kaufman.
Friday evening Bervice at 8:13 p.m.
Rabbi Slax Kaufman, assisted by the
their, will conduct the service and
sneak, Mrs Julian Anaell, national
vice president of Hadassah, "ill be
guest speaker, An Oneg Shabbat will
follow the services on Friday evening
with Hadassah members serving us
hostesses Saturday services at 1"
a.m Mrs. Edward Seevak will civ
the Klddush after the morning service!
in honor of her grandchildren, the
Wasserman twins Sunday school
at 10:80. Hebrew school Monday. Tues-
day and Wednesday at 3 p.m. Con-
firmation and Bar Mltsvah classes at
extra session Thursday at 3 p in.
Mlnyan service daily at 9 a.m.
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center (Conservative). 1701
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor
Jacob Y. Goldring.
Friday evening services at 5 p.m
Ite Friday evening services at 8:15.
Rabbi Irving I.ehrmnn will preach
on "What the Rabbinate Means to
Me.'' Cantor Qoldrlng will chant the
service assisted by the Center choir
under the direction of Ben romen.
Saturday morning services at !< a in.
Dr Jacob H Kaplan, rabbi emeritus
Of Temple Israel. Will preach ill
tribute to Rabbi Lehrman on the occa-
sion of his fifth anniversary witn
the Center. Jr. Congregation at :3ti
Youth breakfast Sunday morning at
9:15 In the chapel. Hebrew school
Monday through Thursday 3:30 to b:30.
Sunday school 10 o'clock to noon, i're-
klndergnrten school Monday through
Friday 9 a.m. to 12. Adult Institute
Monday and Wednesday 7:30 p.m.
Congregation beth Tfilah (Or-
thodox). 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami
Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovsky.
Friday evening sen-ices at 6:00.
Saturday morning at 8:30 Rabbi Rack-
ovskv will speak on the subject "Pres-
ent lluv Amalekltes." Saturday
evening services at 4:45. Rabbi Will
speak on "The Portion of the Week.
Mlncha at 5:15 followed by Shaloa
Seudoa and a program of Hebrew
songs and zinlros. Daily services at .
and S a.m. Class in Mlshna will be
addressed by the Rabbi at 7:3" a.m.
Sei vices at p.m. followed by a class
in Jewish laws and customs Maarlv
I follows nt 6:15. I'urlin celebration be-
gins Mondav evening with the read-
ing of the Megillah. Purlm services
Tuesday morning at 7:30.
Temple Emanu-El (Reform).
1801 S. Andrews Ave.. Fort Laud-
erdale. Dr. Marius Ranson, Rabbi.
Friday evening services at 8:15.
itabbi Ranson win preach the ser-
mon. A reception will follow in the
reception hall. The public is Invited
to attend the service at 8 p.m. and the
iception at 9:80 p.m.
Temple Isaiah (Reform). 1065
Dade Blvd.. Miami Beach. Rabbi
David Raab.
Friday evening services at 8:15.
Itabbi Raab will be honored by the
congregation and sisterhood on his
birthday. Rabbi Raab will conduct the
service and pleach the sermon on the
BUbJeci, "Purlm: The Festival "I
Lots." Abe Bchonfeld will read the
scripture. Rita Hyman Buckstel, well
known lyric soprano, will be soloist,
accompanied by Hetty lialam. A re-
ception will follow under the super-
vision of Mrs. J. B. Keys, hospitality
chairman. Blmone Phillips will kindle
the Sabbath lights and Neal Keys will
recite the Klddush. Religious school
Sunday at 10 a.m.
Temple Israel (Reform). 137
N.E. 19th St. Rabbi Colman A.
Zwitman; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan,
Rabbi Emeritus.
Friday evening services at 8:15.
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will preach
on "Purlm: The Festival and its Mes-
sage For our Day." A con-
gregational reception for worshippers,
under Sisterhood sponsorship, will fol-
low the services with Mis Max Holts-
berg and Mrs. Louis Zeients as March
co-chairmen, and Mrs. Adolph Wer-
thelmer, house and refreshment chair-
man Mrs Leopold L. Schwarts will re-
cite the blessing over the Sabbath
.audits Sabbath morning services at
II a.m, Members of the 194'.' con-
tinuation class will participate
Israelite Center (General), 3346
S.W. 24th St.
Dally services at 7 a.m. Saturday
morning services at 9 a.m.
Congregation Keneseth Israel
(Orthodox). 432 Espanola Way.
Friday evening services at 6.45 P.
Saturday morning services at a,m.
Mlncha at t i-m. followed b> BhalOi
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Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W.
12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Berele Kelemer.
Friday evening services nt 8:00 p.m.
Late Friday Evening Forum at hi...
S,rvi,.s will be dedicated to Mijra.hl
Women's Organisations. Mrs Charles
Turk, Mrs Many Stelnbach and Mrs.
Bmanuel Karger, southeastern region-
al adviser, will participate. Rabbi April
win conduct tin- services n.d."Pe*"
The Concent of Mlirachl. antor
Kelemer "ill chant An Oneg Shabbat
will follow the services. The following
ladled will nerve ns hostesses: the
Mesdames I Ochs, E. Karger, l> Lent-
benr S Kane, Saturday morning
..ei vice nt 9 Rabbi April will speak on
The Lesson of Purlm." Mlshna
nt ;, ,, ,i, followed bj Mlncha and
shales Seudos. The Rabbi wUl
speak on the Portion of the Week.
Sun.lav school at 1" a.m Hebrew
school daily from J:18 to 6:15 p.m.
Palh seivl.es at 7.80 a.m. and 6 p.m.
The reading of the Megillah will take
place Monday at 7 l>an
United Jewish Scneols. North
Campus, University of Miami.
Sundav School at 10 a.m. Daddies
Club at 10 a.m. and Adult Bible clans
at 10 a.m. with Abraham Ixvltan,
teacher. An open forum fallows.
Coral Gables Jewish Center
(Liberal).
Sabbath eve services at Pratt Gen-
eral Hospital for partlents and resi-
dents of the Coral Oables area at 11:06
p.m. Director Joseph Malek will offici-
ate at the services. Rabbi S M.
Machtel will be guesl speaker. Hla
topic "ill be "Observe v.uu Enemies,
a Purlm theme Cantor Malek will
chant the liturgical portion of the
service. Mrs. Sam Weiss.I will bless
the Sabbath Candles Social hour will
follow the services. As patients must
retire at Ma. worshipers are asked
to arrive promptly at 8. Medlatlve
organ music will be played prior t<>
the service bv Mrs Irving Gerstenfeld.
Temple Beth Sholom (Liberal).
4144 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach.
Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor
Samuel Kelemer.
Friday evening services at 8:15.
Rabbi I.eon Kronish will speak on
'Who Will Save American IsraelAn
Esther or a Mordecal?" An Oneg
Shabbat will follow in the patio. Mrs.
Barbara Lawrence, New York pub-
licist. Will be speaker. Sabbath service
at 10:45, Bar Mltsvah of Samuel Stan-
ton Ciralsky Children's birthday bless-
Ing, Sundav school at 9:46 for children
from 1' to 15, Hebrew classes week
days from 3:13 for children 7J4 to 14.
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elected president of the group is
Herbert Kaplan. The group meets
Tuesday nights at 7:30.
Mrs. Cowen Gives
Book Beview
Mrs. Edward Cowen reviewed
the play, "Edward My Son," at
1:30 p.m. Monday at a meeting
of the Temple Isaiah Sisterhood.
Plans for the Purim carnival
to be held March 20, at the Tem-
ple were discussed. A playlet by
the Sunday School will be a high-
light of the affair. Another event
will be the presentation of a 1949
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Al Cohen, principal of the Sun-
day School anounces that king
and queen of the Sunday School
will be chosen.
Mrs. Clara Mae Van Ness is
general chairman of the affair.
Psychologist To Speak.
Dr. M. Schneer, psychologist,
will speak on "The Kinsey Re-
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short skit commemorating the
Purim holiday, will highlight the
program of tne Miami Beach
Group of Hadassah at the regular
meeting Monday at 1:30 p.m. in
Temple Beth Sholom patio.
Mrs. Morris Alpert, vice presi-
dent, will preside. Mrs. Irwin
Makovsky and Mrs. Arthur Si-
mon, Jewish National Fund co-
chairmen, will report on their
project.
Presented in the rhythm and
style of "The Book of Esther," the
playlet will cover the projects of
Hadassah from its inception to the
present time. The cast includes
the Mesdames Allen Becker, Bar-
nett Beckerman, William Bern-
stein, Adolph Ginsberg, Ben Zion
Ginsburg, Fred Jonas, Alexander
Kogan, Max Korshak, Phillip
Neuwirth, Al Osheroff, Harry
Platoff, Herman Popkin, Arthur
Simon. Toby Cooper, Roslyn El-
baum, Nancy Feldman, Sandra
Freedman, Joanne Glasser, mem-
bers of Junior Hadassah, will ap-
pear in variations of the Hora
Dance. _, ,
Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg, pro-
gram chairman, is directing the
skit. The musical background will
be given, by Mrs. Irwin Wein-
stein. Mrs. Harry Heyman is stage
director.
Babbi Shapiro To
Address Meeting
Rabbi Max Shapiro will be
guest speaker at the next regular
meeting of the Miami Group of
Hadassah to be held on Monday
at 1:30 p.m. at the Miami Y. My
Journey to the State of Israel
will be the subject of the rabbi s
address. .
Hadassah youth services, which
are being highlighted this month
will be described by Mrs. Albert
Rosenthal, w'io will be chairman
of the day. The public is invited
to attend.
Miami Y Women's
Unit To Give Tea
First in a series of social events
sponsored by the newly created
Women's Activities Group of the
Miami YM & YWHA will be held
Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock
at the Miami Y building in the
form of a membership tea.
A program is being prepared
which will be followed by a games
party.
Mrs. Nathan Dubler is chairman
of the committee in charge of ar-
rangements. Assisting her will be
the Mesdames Ruth Nurenberg,
Rose Cutler, Alma Joy Budner,
Sylvia Waldorf, Mildred Gordon,
Edith Fechtner, Lena Weiner,
Alyce Wilson, Belle Greenberg,
Lillian M. Snyder, Rose Fried-
man and Helyn Sedon. Mrs. Nur-
enberg is chairman of the Wom-
en's Activities Group.
Adelman Elected
Lodge President
Jerome R. Adelman has been
elected president of the Coral
Gables Lodge, B'nai B'rith. He
will succeed Leonard Spiegel.
Elected to serve with Adelman
were: vice president, Alvin H.
Corenblum; treasurer, A. Edgar
Miller; financial secretary, Nat
Lawrence; recording secretary,
Lewis Pomerantz; corresponding
secretary, Mortimer Felson; chap-
lain, Leonard Spiegel; warden, Os-
car Greene; guardian, Arthur
Winkelman; trustees, two years,
Dr. Leonard Glickstein and Wil-
liam Hechler; trustees one year,
Sam Rabinovich and Eugene V.
Seidler.
The lodge meets on the first
Tuesday of each month at Hillel
House, 3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Residents of Coral Gables and the
South West area are invited to
attend meetings and participate
in the B'nai B'rith community
service program.
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Located at 2632 Ponce de Leon
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Beach Golden Age Club
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The Golden Age Club of the
Miami Beach Y held its
monthly birthday party Sunday
at the Y Building. Tribute was
paid to all members who have a
birthday in March. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman was guest speaker.
The club has inaugurated an
English for beginners class
which meets Monday at 10:30 a.m.
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classes in dressmaking and
needlepoint which are conducted
on Wednesdays at 10:30 a.m.
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Personally Speak in g .
Mr. and Mrs. Max Feit have entertained as houseguests
through the season their son-in-law and dauqhter, Mr. and Mrs.
Saul Rose, Detroit, Mich. The Roses left last week for the North
accompanied by Mr. Rose's father, Louis Rose.
* *
Barbara Weiner, daughter of the Milton Weiners, 3020 S.W.
4th Ave., and her room mate, Marilyn Goodman, daughter of
the S. A. Goodmans, 6780 Harding Ave., Miami Beach, will ar-
rive from Vanderbilt University Tuesday to spend the spring
holidays with their parents.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz entertained at their home
recently for several out-of-town members of the family visiting
in Miami Beach. Present at the reunion were Mr. and Mrs. Max
Soltz, New York City; Mrs. Marion Soltz, Miami Beach; Mrs.
Zella Sholtz, Scarsdale, N. Y.; and Mr. and Mrs. Max Fischer,
Newark, N. J.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Mortimer Roamer of New York City are vaca-
tioning at the Roney Plaza Hotel, Miami Beach. The Roamers
are the nephew and niece of Mr. and Mrs. David Simon, long
time residents of Miami Beach.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Hy Senter, Brooklyn, N. Y., are visiting Mrs.
Senter's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gelfen-
stein, 2828 S.W. 18th St.
* *
Dr. and Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan are leavinq Monday to spend
a few weeks in Savannah, Ga.
* *
Mrs. Peggy Goldblum, 563 West 49th St., Miami Beach, is
entertaining her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Seidel, New York City for the month of March. Mr. Seidel is
president of the Seidel Advertising Agency.
Ethel Rcsnick Wed
To Bernard Ant hone
The marriage of Ethel Resnick.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David
Resnick, 1055 West 46th St., Mi-
ami Beach, and Washington, Pa.,
to Bernard Anthone, son of the
Joseph Anthones, Buffalo. N. Y.,
was an event of March 1 at the
Sherry Frontenac Hotel.
The bride wore a white organdy
gown and carried a bible topped
with white orchids and showered
with lillies-of-the-valley. Her
fingertip length illusion veil fell
from a lace crown.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Shir-
ley Resnick and bridesmaids were
Abby Scadron, Bernice Major.
Betty Anthone and Leonore Sapo-
witch. Junior bridesmaid was
Florence Resnick. All the attend-
ants wore white organdy gowns
and carried bouquets of various
shades of blue to match the bows
on their dresses.
Sidney Anthone was his broth-
er's best man and ushers were
Arthur Resnick. Maxwell Berger,
Gene Harris and Roland Anthone.
The couple will reside in Buf-
falo, N. Y.
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Mrs. Bernard Anthone
Mr. And Mrs. Brenner.
Mrs. Meyers To Be Feted
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Brenner
and their daughter, Mrs. Anna
Brenner Meyers, who will depart
for Israel on March 20, will be
honored at an open house to be
given from 2 to 6 p.m. Sunday
by Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Karger
at their home, 1854 S.W. 23rd
Terr. Mrs. Karger Ls national
representative and advisor of the
southeastern region of Mizrachi
Women s Organizations.
Friends of the honored guests
are invited to attend. No invita-
tions have been issued.
Abbey-Stai r
Ruth Steinberg
Ruth Steinberg
Betrothal Revealed
The engagement of Ruth Stein-
berg to William Feldman, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Feldman,
2221 S.W. 25th St., has been an-
nounced bv her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Steinberg, 103 N.Vv.
9th Ave.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Miami High School and Pan
American Business College. She
is a leader of Girl Scout Troop
No. Three, first vice president and
membership chairman of the Bus-
iness and Professional Women's
Division. Miami Chapter of Ha-
dassah and a member of the Mi-
ami YWHA.
Her fiance attended the Uni-
versity of Florida and graduated
from the University of Miami
where he received his B. A. cum
laude and his law degree. A
member of the State of Florida
and Dade County Bar Associa-
tions, he is engaged in the prac-
tice of law at 410 BLscayne Build-
ing. He is also affiliated with Tau
Epsilon Phi fraternity, the B'nai
B'rith, and the Miami YMHA.
Plans arc being made for an
early June wedding.
Phyllis Einhorn Weds
Bernard Greenfield
Phyllis Einhorn, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. D. Harry Einhorn,
2474 Swanson Ave., became the
bride of Bernard Greenfield in
ceremonies at the King Cole Hotel,
Miami Beach.
Louise Einhorn served as her
sister's maid of honor and George
Linner, Hampton, Va., was best
man for his cousin. Ushering were
Bernard Eichenbaum and Gordon
Einhorn.
The newly weds spent their
honeymoon at St. Thomas Island
in Dutch West Indies and will
reside in Pottsville, Pa., where
Mr. Greenfield is in business.
The bride, a registered nurse,
received her B. S. degree from St.
John's University and served as
supervisor of psychology at Pratt
Veterans Hospital.
Mr. Greenfield, an Army vet-
eran, attended the University of
Pennsylvania.
Glasser Unveiling
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the late Milton
Glasser will take place Sunday,
March 20, at 2 p.m. at Mt. Nebo
with Rabbi Irving Lehrman of-
ficiating. Friends and relatives
are requested to attend.
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FRIDAY, MARr^^
Personally Speaking
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Conn, 4561 Prairie Avenue M-
Beach, will celebrate their 47th wedding anniversary toman?1111
a family dinner in their home. gm *
+ *
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Goodman of Brookline, Mass., are soend
ing their annual mid-winter vacation at the Raleigh Hotel
*
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nachman and Mrs. Phillip I. ^u,
Jacksonville, are the houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. Charl'Z
Ludwig, 2208 South Miami Ave. The Ludwigs' daughter, Sheila?
who is a student at Florida State University, will arrive Wedne*
day to spend several days with her parents. Sheilah is tK<.
Florida State "Sweetheart of AZA." ""
* +
Delano Hotel guests from Portland, Me., Dr. Henry Pollard
and Silas Jacobson, are expecting to pay a return visit here
While on vacation in Miami Beach, they were house-quests
also of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore C. Perry of San Marino Island
formerly of Portland.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Goldberg entertained at a small
family dinner this week at the Delano Hotel. Their guests were
Mrs. Goldberg's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Max
Rossman of Cleveland. Mr. Rossman is a Cleveland hotelman
and Mr. Goldberg, formerly of Cleveland, is the Delano's resi-
dent manager.
* *
Rabbi M. Lipshitz, father-in-law of Cantor B. Kelemer, is
recuperating at Alton Road Hospital following a serious auto-
mobile accident on February 24. Coming here from Detroit, the
Rabbi and Mrs. Lipshitz were vacationing in Miami when the
near tragedy occurred. Also visiting in Miami is their son Rabbi
Max Lipshitz, of Madison, Wisconsin.
Goldbergers Will
Reside In Newark
Pearl S. Fishbein, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fishbein,
3130 S.W. 19th St., became the
bride of Bernard Goldberger in
a late afternoon ceremony Sun-
day in Newark, N. J.
For the ceremony the bride
chose an off-white satin gown
with square neckline and long
tapering sleeves. Her illusion veil
was held in place by a seed pearl
crown. She carried a bible
adorned with orchids.
Matron of honor, Mrs. Murray
Siler, and junior bridesmaid,
Phyllis Steiner, were attired in
aqua taffeta gowns.
Best man was Alfred Gold-
berger and ushers were Harvey
Fishbein, Richard Fisk, Howard
Goldberger, Jan Goldberger, Ed-
ward Manadorf, Harold Mana-
dorf, Seymour Rothanan, Isidore
Malikoff. O
A reception followed the serv-
ice.
The former Miss Fishbein at-
tended the University of Miami
and was employed at the Miami
Beach Federal Savings and Loan
Association. Mr. Goldberger, an
Air Forces veteran, attended Pace
Institute.
After a honeymoon in Florida
and Cuba, the newly weds will
live in Newark.
Mrs. Bernard Goldberger
Beach AJC WU1 Hold
Membership Affair
Plans have been completed for
a membership cocktail party to
be given by the Miami Beach
Chapter of the American Jewish
Congress at the
home of Mrs. Al-
fred Lesser, 510
West 31st Street,
Wednesday at 1
p.m. Cards will
be played and a
program has
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Assisting Mrs.
Lesser with the
arrangeme n t s
will be Mrs. Je-
rome Kimball,
Mrs. Lesser publicity; Mrs.
k ,. j .. Herbert Green-
oerg and Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz,
membership. Board members will
aIs serve on the committee.
Admission will be one or moie
new members.
Young Adult Dances
Dances are held every Sunday
evening at 8:30 at the Miami Y
for young adults under the aus-
pices of the Y.
Lois Ghen Pledged
To Howard Weissman
R^ing Ghen' 35fl S.WI 23rd
ri^ the betrothal of
Wi*Ughter' Loi8' to Howard
Weissman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Max Weissman, Miami Beach.
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Hannau Studio
Shown officiating at their first public event are Miami Junior
u j.tah's president. Miss Elaine Sachs, and Mist Miriam Schem-
ata vice president and chairman of Israel's projects. With them
n (.and riahl) are Miss Anita Goldman and Miss Lee Friedman.
9b? rouD staged a fashion show at the Shelborne Hotel for the
Kent of Meier Schfeyeh Children's Village.____________________
Temple Isaiah To
Honor Rabbi Raab
Tonight at 8:15 p.m. at Temple
Isaiah, the reform Jewish con-
gregation of Miami Beach and its
sisterhood will honor Rabbi David
Raab, spiritual leader of the con-
gregation, upon his birthday, ac-
cording to President Julius Jay
Perlmutter.
A special reception will be held
under the supervision of Mrs. J.
B Keys, hospitality chairman, fol-
lowing the service. ....
Rabbi Raab will conduct the
service and preach the sermon on
the subject: "Purim: Festival of
Abe Schonfeld, secretary of the
temple, will read the scripture.
The book and Scroll of Esther
Will be read at the service.
Also participating in the service,
Hadassah Group
To Plan Affairs
The Business and Professional
Women's Division, Miami Chapter
of Hadassah, will hold its next
business meeting on Monday eve-
ning at 8:30 at the Miami Y.
Final plans will be made for a
membership cocktail party to be
held Sunday afternoon, March 20,
from 2:30 to 5 at the home of
Mrs. Peter Brod, 760 N.W. 3rd
St. Ruth Steinberg is in charge of
arrangements for the affair. Paid-
up members and escorts have
been extended invitations to at-
tend.
Plans will also be discussed for
the benefit games party to be held
Monday evening, March 21 at
8:30 at the Ritz Plaza Hotel, 1701
Collins Ave.
marked
planned
for
for
Proceeds are ear-
Hadassah projects
1949. Miss Goldie
will be the children of the Re- Sanders heads the committee in
charge of arrangements. Assisting
her will be Maralene Lurie, Ruth
Schwartz, Bernice Kandel, Goldye
Bloom, Gloria Cooper and Mrs.
Peter Brod.
ligious School, with Simone
Phillips kindling the Sabbath
Candles and reciting the blessings
and Neil Keys reciting the bless-
ings for the Kiddush.
Following the service a meeting
of the congregation, sisterhood
and young peoples' group will
take place.
Jr. Hadassah Leadei
Will Speak Here
"Israel: A Challenge to Ameri-
can Jewish Youth" will be the
subject of an address by Irma
Lee Wolf, Los Angeles, Calif., na-
tional vice president of Junior
Hadassah, to be given before the
Miami unit of Junior Hadassah
during the middle of this month,
Elaine Sachs, president, an-
nounced.
Miss Wolf recently returned
from a year's stay in Israel. The
young speaker, Miss Sachs said,
was one of a group of ten mem-
bers of Junior Hadassah who were
students in a course sponsored by
the Jewish Agency for Palestine.
Her year in Israel was spent in
study, travel and work in one of
the settlements.
In order to participate in the
study course in Palestine and to
carry on her youth Zionist work,
the young speaker took a leave
of absence from her studies at
the University of California at
Los Angeles where she was spe-
cializing in sociology and psycho-
logy. She regards her present
activity as field worker for Junior
Hadassah as excellent practical
experience in these fields of study.
At UCLA, Miss Wolf was a
member of the debating team and
is a member of the National
Forensics League. Her other ac-
tivities have included secretary
of the Los Angeles Zionist Youth
Commission, member of the board
of the Jewish Centers Association,
representative of Los Angeles
Jewish youth on the Jewish Com-
munity Council of the city and
vice president of the Jewish
Youth Council of Los Angeles.
Before assuming the national vice
presidency of Junior Hadassah,
the young Zionist leader was
president of the organization's
Los Angeles unit.
Pictured are the winners of the Miami YM-YWHA Duplicate
Bridge Tournament held February 28. Shown (from 1. to r.) are
Frederick S. Grossberg. chairman of the Y social committee: Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur England, second place winners; Marian David-
owits and Robert Desen, winners; Harold S. Meyers, chairman of
the tournament.
Lillian Schuster Feted
Lillian Schuster, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Klein, 1110
Euclid Ave., Miami Beach, whose
marriage to Edwin Peretzman will
take place on March 20, was feted
at a miscellaneous bridal shower
Sunday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. Richard Bell, 340 S.W. 11th
St. Joint hostesses for the affair
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Hebrew School To
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Arrangements for the fourth
annual Purim ball of the Miami
Hebrew School and Congregation
to be held Sunday evening at the
Frolics Club, 1306 N.E. Bayshore
PL, have been completed, accord-
ing to William Weintraub, gen-
eral chairman.
Buddy Walker will serve as
master of ceremonies for the eve-
ning's festivities and will present
the floor show. Among the per-
formers in the show will be a
young singer, Sandy Ofsowitz,
who is a junior member of the
congregation. Manny Gates and
his orchestra will provide the
music for dancing and prizes will
be given away as Dart of the eve-
ning's advertisement.
An innovation at the dance this
year will be a flower booth to be
presided over by Mrs. Harry
Steinbach. "This is to enable
every man to get his best girl a
corsage," Weintraub explains.
Tickets are available at the
synagogue office or from commit-
tee members.
Friday, Saturday and Sunday
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Israelite Center
Sisterhood Will
Give Purim Party
A Purim party will be sponsored
by the Dora Stein Sisterhood of
the Israelite Center Tuesday at
8 p.m., at the Coral Gables Wom-
en's Club, Ponce de Leon Blvd
and Santillane Ave. Cards, man
iong and games will be featured.
The committee in charge is
headed by Mrs. t Goldberg and
includes the Mesdames J. Brown,
S. L. Cohen, J. Finkelstem M.
Fishman, M. Hoffman, Kronstadt,
M. Shenkin. Mrs. I. Gorman has
charge of ticket sales.
The sisterhood will sponsor a
Purim party for the children of
the congregation Sunday at 2 p nv
on the lawn of 2734 S.W. 36th
Ave The story of Purim will be
told and traditional Purim re-
freshments will be served.
Variety Show Is
Now In Rehearsal
Miss Betty Ward, editor of the
Miami Youth Roundup, is rehears-
ing a singing and dancing chorus
line for the Miami Y variety show
to be presented next month, ac-
cording to chairman Abe Arono-
vitz. Ben Singer and David
Rabinowits are in charge of the
comedy skiU, which are now in
rebearsel.
Mm <1; ys and Thursdays are re-
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Miami residences rank high in
the increased use of electric
service, according to the results
of a Florida Power ic Light Com-
pany survey for the year 1948,
announced by Dave Bosworth
manager, last week. In increased
use of electricity, this district
rank fourth in the company's
state-wide system.
"The figures for 1948, just com-
piled, reveal this interesting in-
formation, which reflects favor-
ably on our community," Bos-
worth declared. "The use ol
electricity in homes is an index
of the standard of living in a
community and the high use here
results from a greater use of mod-
ern electrical conveniences. Then
too, while prices on practically
everything soared skyward, the
average cost of residential elec-
tricity was held at a favorable
lever and is now about the same
as it was before the war."
In 1948, figures show that resi-
dential customers in the Miami
district, on the average, used 1,-
958 kilowatt hours compared with
only 1,193 in 1941, an increase of
64%.
"In terms of better living," Bos-
worth said, "this means homes are
more comfortable in summer be-
cause more fans and air condi-
tioners are used; more electricity
Miami Women's Mizrachi
Chapter Name Changed
The name of the Miami Chapter
of the Mizrachi Women's Organ-
ization has been changed to the
DOV Chapter in memory of David
Adlerblum, late husband of Mrs.
Bessie Adlerblum, who organized
the chapter a year ago.
Officers of the chapter are Mrs.
Harry Steinbach, president; Mrs.
Isidor Cohen, first vice president;
Mrs. Minnie Keller, second vice
president; Mrs. Anna Baer, third
vice president; Mrs. Sam Geltner,
recording secretary; Clara Bret-
holtz, corresponding secretary;
Rose Pertes, financial secretary;
Bessie Adlerblum, treasurer.
Next meeting of the group will
be held Thursday at 1 p.m. at
Beth El, 550 S.W. 17th Ave. After
a short business session, cards
will be played and refreshments
will be served.
s used for laundering, cleaning
and other household chores, mak-
ing homework lighter.
"Actually in 1948 each kilowatt
hour of electricity, on the aver-
age, did more work than it did in
1941 because modern electrical
appliances are more efficient. This
is particularly true of electric
ranges and many motor-operated
appliances."
Luba Roy Plays
At Both el si i ili
Women* Meeting
Luba Roy, accordionist and
chanteuse, presented a concert of
Palestinian and Yiddish folk
melodies at the close of the meet-
ing of the Beth Jacob Sisterhood
held last Wednesday in the
newly decorated social hall of the
congregation at 311 Washington
Ave., Miami Beach.
Reports were heard from Mrs.
William Kline, ways and means
chairman, Mrs. D. Whitman, mem-
bership chairman, and Mrs. M. B.
Frank, projects chairman.
Mrs. Louis Makovsky presented
the Chevrolet sedan promised to
a contributor to the building fund
to Mrs. Paula C Blum of 420
Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach.
A nominating committee was
appointed to prepare a slate of
officers for the next meeting.
Untermans Honored
The Bialik Branch of the Jew-
ish National Workers Alliance
held a cultural evening Saturday
night at the Harrison Hotel
honoring Dr. and Mrs. Itzchak
Unterman.
Selections from Pirke Ovoth
were read in Hebrew and trans-
lated by Mrs. Aaron Liebman and
Dr. Unterman commented upon
the passages read.
Following brief talks by Mr.
Goldin and Nathan Bookspan,
community singing was led by
Abraham Dorff.
Aaron Liebman, cultural chair-
man, presided.
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Jewish National Workers Alli-
ance sponsored a malave malke
honoring Dr. Itzchak Unterman
tomorrow night at the Hotel Har-
rison, Washington Ave. and 4th
St., Miami Beach.
Members, as well as visiting
Chayerim and Chaveroth of the
Zionist movement, are welcome to
participate in round table discus-
sions, according to Aaron Lieb-
man, cultural chairman. Readings
and discussions will be based upon
historic and current events. Re-
freshments will be served.
Miami Students
Organize IZFA
At Vanderbilt
Instrumental in organizing a
chapter of the Intercollegiate
Zionist Federation of America,
on-the-campus Zionist group, at
Vanderbilt University, Nashville,
Tenn., were the son and daughter
of two of Miami Beach's active
Zionists.
They are Marilyn Goodman,
daughter of the S. A. Goodmans
and a student at Vanderbilt, and
Leo Osheroff, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Al Osheroff, who is enrolled
at the University of Florida.
Mr. Goodman is a member of
the board of the Miami Beach
Zionist District and past president
on the Greater Miami Zionist
Youth Commission. Mrs. Osheroff
is a member of Hadassah and the
Zionist Youth Commission.
Aim of IZFA is to present the
ideals, principles, goals and va-
rious aspects of modern Zionism
as it concerns college students in
the world today. The organization
has chapters on 140 college cam-
puses in the United States and
Canada, among which are Yale,
Harvard. Michigan, University of
South California, and Tennessee.
at-
Lyons Is Featured On
Jewish Musical Hour
Norman R. Lyons, Miami .
torney, is featured each Sunday
at 10 a.m. on Jacob Schachter's
Jewish Musical Hour on station
WBAY. Lyons present sketches of
Israel yesterday and today. Lis-
teners are invited to submit ques-
tions to this program for informa-
tion on current Israeli problems.
Photography Groups
Meet At Miami Beach Y
The Miami Beach Y Children's
Photography Group meets every
Wednesday afternoon. Teen-Age
Photography Club meets on Wed-
nesday night.
Complete darkroom facilities
along with professional guidance
in every aspect of photography
are available to both groups
Scholarship Fund
Set Up At Yeshiva
A $4,000 scholarship fund has
been established at the College
of Arts and Sciences of Yeshiva
University by Benjamin Gold-
man, Bronx merchant, Rabbi
Isaac H. Ever, southeastern di-
rector of the university, an-
nounced this week upon receipt
of a statement from Dr. Samuel
Belkin, university president
To be known as the Benjamin
Ooldman Scholarship, the fund
has been set up in memory of
Samuel Goldman and David Litt-
man and will be awarded annual-
ly to coyer complete tuition of
students in the college.
Mr. Goldman, who has been
active in numerous civic organ-
izations, is a member of the ex-
ecutive board of Bronx YM
YWHA and the east and south
Bronx councils of Yeshiva Uni-
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including the establishment of the
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Kadimah Club Meets
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*Jewist norSdHan
PAGE ELEVEN
Survey Reveals Evidence Of Anti-Semitism
(Continued from Page 1)
...., were courteous, cooper-
Slnd candid. Most M them
nnfessed that there was an acute
"JT. study of this type and
need f^H the hope that whatever
eXpr,^ions^ght result therefrom
SulS'ilveanembarrass-
ingSoPmeboefnthem. particularly de-
r.t rprtifvine what they
SgniZe La Viable situa-
fnn even went so far as to NAME
NAMES And some of the Jewish
names on the list are shocking!
K not our intention to shock
SS rather our purpose to bnng
I ght one evil phase of employ-
ment discrimination, to help
e/adcate the practice of Jewish
Iployers failing to give an even
Teak to Jewish job-seekers; for
u is difficult to condemn non-
lews for this practice when our
own house needs cleaning.
When a prospective employer-
Jewish or non-Jewishcalls an
aeency and requests Gentile help
only the Jewish applicant, no
matter how well Qualified, no
matter how free of the faults
which the employer has falla-
ciously ascribed to All Jews, is
never given an opportunity to
nrove his mettle.
PALL THE JEWS ASK ISA
FAIR DEAL. Discrimination
against men solely on the basis of
religion is totally irrational.
Are you guilty of this fuy
thinking?
You will be interested to note
that of the 19 agencies which
participated in The Jewish Flon-
dian poll, five specialize in sup-
plying hotel and restaurant help,
four in commercial and clerical
help and three in domestic help.
The remaining seven are general.
Most of them have been operating
in Greater Miami for many years.
At least three of the persons who
were interrogated are themselves
Jewish.
Fourteen of the group, among
them two of the three known
Jewish operators, reported that
they had experienced this Jewish
brand of anti-Semitism. Of these
14, nine alleged th^t it is pre-
valent and very emphatic, while
five stated that they discovered
it occasionally. Only five, includ-
ing the other known Jewish op-
erator, asserted that they had not
"encountered discrimination among
Jews, and four of these declared
that they encountered little, if
any, anti-Semitism.
One of the first operators ques-
tioneda Gentile woman who has
had twelve years experience in
personnel work in this areaheld
that the Jews are the worst of-
fenders in the matter of discrimi-
nation. "According to my records,"
she announced, "the vast majority
of cases in which prospective em-
ployers requested non-Jewish
workers involve Jews. I would
venture to say that if the Jewish
lawyers, doctors, hotel operators
and business men placed no re-
striction on members of their own
religion, there would be no em-
ployment problem among the
Jews. At any rate, the problem
would be greatly alleviated.
"After all," the continued.
"we have to fulfill, or try to ful-
fill the specifications of pros-
pective employers, if we expect
*P continue in business."
The manager of another office
also Gentilesaid that the Jews
are harder on their own people
than any other group. "We never
receive calls from Catholics or
Protestants expressing a prefer-
ence for non-Catholics or non-
rrotestants. Recently we received
a request from a Jewish tobacco
man for an experienced sales-
man. We sent several qualified
individuals to see him, two Jews
and two non-Jews. Through sub-
^Quent interviews with the ap-
ate this type of anti-Semitism
through a constructive program
which will be discussed and
analyzed in a subsequent install-
ment of this series. It was this
man who reported the case of the
local physician who boasted of
his strictly non-Jewish employ-
ment policy to his Gentle friends.
What the doctor does not know is
that his vaunting not only gained
the wrath of his Gentile friends,
but that one of them, who had
previously never discriminated
against Jewish help, has taken to
cue from the doctor and has in-
stituted a restrictive policy in his
office. "Let the Jews set their
own house in order before they
call upon us," this individual told
the manager.
While the action and statement
are not what one might expect
from a genuinely broad-minded,
tolerant individual, it is our
opinion that his is a significant
danger signal. Yes, some of
the employment agency owners
even went so far as to NAME
NAMES. And some of the Jewish
names on the list are shocking!
(Continued next week)
REFUSE
TittMHH
I**"
Beware
plicants, we learned that the to-
bacco man had accorded consider-
ably more courtesy and respect
to the Christian applicants than
he did to the Jews." The operator
shrugged his shoulders and
sighed, "I don't get it! Do Jewish
tobacco men prefer Gentiles two
to one!"
The owner of a small agency
stated that Jews call up and
"without the slightest trace of em-
barrassment, without so much as
flickering an eyelash," ask for
"Gentile help only." The agency
owner a non-Jewish woman who
has been on the employment
scene in this area since the days
when there were but a few
agencies hereconfessed that,
Gentile though she is, she would
have difficulty mustering up the
temerity to make these requests
in the shameless manner in which
many of them are made. This
woman cited an instance of a
young Jewish girl who had
sought hotel employment. After
refusals at several Jewish-owned
hotelson the basis of religion
the girl had her self-confidence
so badly shaken that she was un-
able to take a job when it ultim-
ately turned up.
"Unfortunately, the Jews are
guilty of anti-Semitism," one of
the Jewish agents reported.
"Many of the large, swank hotels
which are owned by Jews and
primarily occupied by Jews have
an anti-Jewish employment pol-
icy; however, even some of the
Kosher ones thumb their nose^ at
Jewish help. Yesterday a man
who could hardly speak English
called and asked for a nice Gen-
tile boy' for his hotel, which cat-
ers to a Yiddish speaking clientele.
I used to ask why, but I found
that it didn't pay. People became
offended. It's painful, but .
The report from the other Jewish
employment agent who found
anti-Semitism was not far dif-
ferent.
You hotel guests, after a few
days in your hotel, check up. Is
your hotel JUDENREIN?
The manager of one of the larg-
est and most reputable agencies
in Miamia man who has resided
here for the past eight years, has
recognized this problem and has
been conducting research on it
for several years. This man and
his staff have attempted to elimin-
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Cornerstone Laying Ceremonies For
Lauderdale Temple Set For Sunday
The laying of the cornerstone of
the new Religious School and
Community Center being erected
by Temple Emanu-El on South
Andrews Ave., between 18th and
19th Sts., Fort Lauderdale, will
take place Sunday at 2:30 p.m.,
according to an announcement
made by Rabbi Marius Ranson.
The new building is adjacent to
the temple. Edmund I. Kaufmann
will be the principal speaker. Ad-
dresses will also be delivered by
the Rev. John H. Hanger, minister
of the Park Temple Methodist
Church of Fort Lauderdale; the
Rev. Clarence C Stauffer, minis-
ter of the Croissant Park Chris-
tian Church and immediate past
president of the Greater Fort
Lauderdale Ministerial Associa-
tion; Father John J. O'Looney,
pastor of St. Anthony's Catholic
Church of Fort Lauderdale; and
Richard W. Erwin, attorney gen-
eral of the State of Florida. A
prayer will be given by Rabbi
Max Kaufman of the Hollywood
Jewish Community Center.
Abe Markowitz, president of
the Temple Emanu-El, will be the
master of ceremonies. Other, mem-
bers of the board of directors who
will participate include Moe Katz
and Archie M. Robbins, past pres-
idents of the temple; Dr. Albert
A. Shapiro and Abe Tarler, chair-
men of the building committee.
Special guest of honor will be Mr.
and Mrs. Ben Kaufmann of Holly-
wood, in honor of whose son,
Todd Kaufmann, who died in
early manhood a few years ago.
the Todd Kaufmann Memorial
Building Fund was established.
"It is through the initial dona-
tions made by the Kaufmann
family to this fund that the Re-
ligious School and Community
Center has been made possible,"
Rabbi Ranson said.
Dr. Marius Ranson, rabbi of
Temple Emanu-El, will deliver
the prayer of consecration, and
the actual laying of the corner-
stone will be supervised by the
president, Abe Markowitz, as-
sisted bv the vice president, Ben
Kaufmann. The children of the
Religious School will also par-
ticipate in the program.
Mrs. Sam Gross of Hollywood,
will be vocal soloist for this pro-
gram, and Dr. Albert A. Shapiro
will play several selections on the
violin. Mrs. Dana F. Wells, Tem-
ple Emanu-El's organist, will of-
fer the prelude and accompany
Kofoed Will Address
Ft. Lauderdale Groups
Jack Kofoed. Miami Herald
columnist, will speak to members
of the Ft. Lauderdale B'nai B'rith
and the Broward County B'nai
B'nth Women Wednesdav night
at 8:15 at Temple Emanu-El, Ft.
Lauderdale.
A newspaper man for 37 years
in Philadelphia. Miami and New
York, Kofoed has written six
1 oks. In addition, he has writter.
hundreds of fiction stories and
ras spoken as a commentator on
the air over 500 times.
Charles Reiss is program chair-
r.-an and Rabbi Marius Ranson is
V s co-chairman.
*Jenist>rkr/dtMar)
Dr. Itos*iif*ld To
u <- nir<- Here
FRIDAY. MARCH 11, i949
both musicians on the organ.
Guests of honor who have al-
ready indicated their acceptance,
include Mayor Reed A. Bryan;
Ulric J. Bennett, superintendent
of the schools of Broward County:
Carl Stork, president of the Ana-
conda Construction Company,
which is in charge of the work of
construction: Theodore A. Meyer,
architect; Mrs. Lewis Sklar ,|
president of the Sisterhood: Mrs.I
Morris Nankin; William Kretch-
man. president of the B'rai B'rith
of Fort Lauderdale; Mrs. Paul Ep-
stein, president of the B'nai B'rith |
Women of Broward County: and;
Dan Tannen, president of the i
Jewish Community Center of)
Hollywood.
Dr. Alexander Rosenfeld di-
rector of the World Hebrew
Union, will be the tmjjfig"
at the closing Friday night foium
to be held at the
Beth Jacob
Temple Isaiah
Child]-on To Hold
Purini Party
Children of Temple Isaiah will
entertain parents and friends at
a Purim partv on March 20 at
the temple, 1065 Dade Blvd.
Participating in a Purim play-
let to be presented are Jaye Nis-
senbaum. Donald Harris, Donald
Chadwick. Sylvia Fiskin. Stephen
and Doris Goldberg, Joan Fader
and Milton Tupler.
Recitations and musical selec-
tions will be given by Roberta
Cohen, Marianna Joy Younger-
man, Herman and Harriet H>-
hauser. Sheila Gompers. Gail Pol-
lack, Linda Schreiber, Ben
Jacobi, Joe Lunday, Jacklyn and
Johnnv Jacobs. Simone and Ivan
Phillips, Nikki Krauss, Nancy and
Donna Schonfeld. Rabbi David
Raab will read from the Megillah.
Following the service, the chil-
dren will crown the king
queen of Purim.
Refreshments will be served by
Mrs. J. B. Keys, Mrs. Clara Mae
Van Ness and Mrs. Abe Schon-
feld. Carnival games will be sup-
ervised by Phylis Nagle. who will
also direct the play.
Temple Isaiah will have an or-
ganizational meeting of its Men's
Club Sunday at 10:15 a. -m
Dr. Maurice Rich is the chair-
man of the committee in charge
of organizing the group. Samuel
Hohauser is serving as co-chair-
man.
All men in Miami Beach are in-
vited to attend. The group will
plan cultural and social activities.
Dr. Alexander Rosenjeld
PRIVATE ENGLISH LESSONS
by
EXPERIENCED YIDDISH-
SPEAKING TEACHER
Phone evenings between 7 and 9
ROSE MEISEL 82-8400
Pioneer Women Hold
Benefit Card Party
The Pioneer Women's Club No.
One of Miami Beach sponsored a
dessert-card party Sunday eve
ring at the William Penn Hotel,
Miami Beach, for the benefit of
the organization's Child Rescue
Fund.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Gerbet of Hous-
ton, Texas, the winners of a valu-
able prize donated by Mrs. Re-
becca Schwartz, not only refused
to accept the gift but contributed
twenty dollars to the cause.
The committee in charge of ar-
rangements included Mrs. Sally
Hurwitz. Mrs. Sadie Mir.owitz.
Mrs. Rose Brodes, Mrs. Sonia
Feinstein. Mrs. Sonia Goldberg.
Mrs. Mattie Stepkm, Mrs. R.
Adelspein, Mrs. Mattie Golden
ar.d Mrs. Henry' Seitlin.
synagogue tonight.
Dr. Rosenfeld will address the
group in Yiddish.
At the invitation of the His-
tadruth Ivrit of America, Dr.
Rosenfeld, recently arrived in the
United States from Israel to pre-
pare the first "American Confer-
ence for Hebrew Languauge and
Culture," which is to be the pre-
lude to a World Hebrew Confer-
ence in Israel. It is the aim of this
organization to promote interest
in the Hebrew language all over
the world.
Dr. Rosenfeld. who is on an ex-
tensive lecture tour will address
two groups this Sunday after-
noon. At 2 o'clock he will speak
| in Hebrew before a combined
and 'group of the local organization for
Hebrew Culture and the Hebrew
teachers of Greater Miami at the
Spinoza Forum, located at 11th
St. near Collins Ave.. Miami
Beach. At 3:30 Dr. Rosenfeld will
address the Golden Age Friend-
shin Club at the Miami Y in
Yiddish. His topic will be "The
lie! rew Renaissance."
The nublic is invited to attend
these lectures.
born in Brody, Galicia, Dr.
Rosenfeld received his Ph. D. at
the University of Vienna. He
served as the president of the
'Maccabees" and was a leading
member of the Hebrew cultural
organization. "Tarbut," during his
years as instructor in history and
philosophy in Hebrew high
schools in Lithuania.
After leaving that country he
was elected to the presidium o-
the World Macabbce Organization
and took part in the Hebrew
World Conference in Berlin where
the foundation was laid for the
World Hebrew Union.
For the past 13 years he has
visited all European countries,
Arabian countries and South
America since the cessation of'
hostilities. He will be introduced
by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff.
ZOA Leader Will
Address Mass Meet
Mortimer May of Nashville,
Tennessee, vice president of the
Zionist Organization of America
and chairman of the national
economic affairs committee of the
ZOA, will address a mass meet-
ing to be sponsored by the Miami
Beach District, at the Miami
Beach Jewish Community Cen-
ter, 1701 Washington Ave., Wed-
nesday at 8:30 p.m., Alfred Stone,
president, has announced.
Mortimer May, past president
of the southeastern region of the
ZOA and honorary president for
life, will speak on "Impressions
and Opportunities in Israel."
A nationally known leader in
Jewish and civic philanthropic
and educational community en-
terprises, Mr. May, who is presi-
dent of May Hosiery Mills and
vice president of the Israel Cor-
poration of America, received his
A.B. at Columbia University
where he was elected to Phi Beta
Kappa.
He was a delegate to the last
two Zionist Congresses, is a mem-
ber of the inner actions commit-
tee and travelled widely in Eu-
rope, visiting Palestine and Egypt
in 1947. May spent several months
this year in Israel for the pur-
pose of surveying economic con-
ditions there.
The meeting is open to the
public.
ORDER OFPUBLirTriTrr
llth JUDICIAL CIUCriT iv e
FOR DADK COI-XTY Im nu.,AN'
SYL.VIA WOUVX^k L,
Plaintiff. v8. BAMfflNolpOp,
fendant. ".>OER, d*.
TO: 8AM SINGER,
282 Pulaskl Street
Hrookiyn, New Yoik
You are hereby ordered to fit. ,
appearance or answer u, ihl v.?,our
complaint for divorce filed i" of
by SYLVIA WOUlVNl" K %mgj
or before the .lay f \ rH u.n
? m VWlfVhe WttoS *M I ill
will be taken as confessed .main'T, "
DONE AND ORDERED thl. i^
of March. 1949 ,hls 8 <
K. H. I.RAthkiimiv
Clerk of the Circuit oSi
(Circuit Court Seal) Uit tourt-
>' R H. RICE, JR
GEORGE .1. TAUANOST PUt,r tW
Solicitor for Plaintiff
3/11-18-25 4/1
NOT.CE "NOW ncrmou.
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN ,ho,
the undersigned, desiring to eniaee -n
business under the fi,-titl..s na
Gertler Supply Company not C
ON N. W. MI, Street. .V,ini| AmV
Intends to register said name with thi
JOSEPH GERTLER
Sole Owner
3/11-18-25 4/1-8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the iin.lersltrne.l. deeirhiK to eneasr in
business under the fictitious name '
Hell C arhonlc Co. at 30 S. W snth
ltoad, Miami, Florida, Intend to reel..
Utr said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dad.- County, Florida
,.__ BELL ENGINEERING CO"
IU-RNETT ROTH.
Attorney for Applicant
Congress Bldg.
3/11-18-25 4/1
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDFR FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE It) HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Joe Parody's Par and Grill at 706 nth
Street. Miami Peach, Pla., intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
JOSEPH PERSICO
Sole Owner
HARRY DIETZ
Attorney for Applicant
1703 Congress Pldg.
3,11-18-25 4/1-8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS-
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREIIY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SUNSHINE FRUIT SHIPPERS at
1410 X. W, 36th St., and 6666 Biscayne
Blvd.. Miami. Fla., Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
MYRON MIIJ.ER
FRANK R. CASINO
CHARLESCATTONE
MAX It. SILVER
Attorney for Applicants
3/11-18-25 4/1-8
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, DADE
COUNTY, PLORIDA.-No. 2%38
RE: ESTATE OF
AGNES ROBERTS,
i leceaaed.
NOTICE is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Executor of the
estate of AGNES ROBKRTS deceased
and that on the 11 day of April, 1949,
will apply to the Honorable W. K.
Blanton, County Judge of Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, for approval of Kild final
report and for final discharge as
Executor of the Estate of ACNES
ROBERTS, deceased.
This 9th day of March, 1949.
HARRY ROKKHTS
WASMAN. SILVER & SAKoWITZ
Attorneys for Executor
3/11-18-23 4/1
EXIT LONELINESS
FIND HAPPINESS NOW
JOIN THE
CIRCLE CLUB
Chamber of Commerce Building
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PHONE 2-6242
Open 1 p.m. to 9 p.m.
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Pioneer Women's Club
To Hold Purim Affair
Club No. Two of the Pioneer
Women's Organization of Miami
Beach has scheduled a Purim
celebration for Mondav evening
at 8 o'clock at the Harrison Hotel.
Washington Ave. and 4th St., Mi-
ami Beach.
A cultural program, including
the showing of Palestinian films,
-as been arranged and traditional
Purim refreshments will be
served. Admission is free and the
public is invited.
KOSHER
and
PIRE
\LAMI
SINAI
s
DEMAND
TRULY
GREAT
HI-GRADE
1733 N.W. 7th AVE.
FOOD CO.
PHONE 2-7570, 9-2G52
(able* Women To
Hoar Sakowitz
Theodore Sakowitz, Miami at-
torney, will address the members
and guests of the Coral Gables
Women's Chapter of B'nai B'rith
Tuesday at 8:15 p.m. at the Hillel
House. 3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Speaking on the subject: "B'nai
B'rith Trains Our Citizens of To-
morrow," Sakowitz will tell of
the comprehensive B'nai B'rith
youth-training program which
provides cultural, social, religious,
atr.letic and community service
activities for boys and girls be-
tween the ages of 14 and 18
There are 12 such units in the
Greater Miami, area.
Mrs. Lawrence Sirr.kin, pro-
gram chairman, will introduce
Sakowitz and Mrs. Nathan Bloom
will preside.
Broad Elected President
Of Temple Beth Sholorn
Shepard Broad was elected
president of Temnl* Beth Sholorn
at a meeting of the congregation
last r.ignt.
Others elected to office were
R,CVTD-vAnsin- Joseph Arkn.
RalDh Lachman and Judge Ken-
neth Oka, vice presidents; Abra-
ham Zir.namon, treasurer- I C
Greenberg financial secretary:
t? ?ulosTk0, eeneral secretary.
! leader AfVhn Kronish: spiritual
11! u th? con8regation. spoke
h^r^eelir;? n. "The Stat* of
r^PnAregat:on' an<* a Techni-
S&Lm*B"L 2? ^e Religion
Schools activities was shown.
Opera Guild of Miami Presents
He. A k r\Tll a n Mar. 12.
14. 15
MARTHA'
(In English)
with Metropolitan Opera Stare
JOSEPHINEANTOINE
HUGH THOMPSON
and Eleanor Knapp,
William Home, Lloyd Harris
TICKETS on sale at Burdlne'i :tr<1
floor, near bridfe, rh. n-1332: Cor-
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Mlnml Beach Radio Co.
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Salute To Israel Dinner
Sunday Evening, March 27. toll
at the
Saxony Hotel
GUEST SPEAKERS
Capt. Yaakov Wayland
Military Commander of Neaba
Maurice Samuel
Noted Author and Lecturer
For Reservation call
5-0160
835 Lincoln Rd.
Auspices
HTSTADBUT COMMITTEE
OF GREATER MIAMI
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MARCH 11. 1949
FRIDAY,
200 WHI Attend
Hadassah Parley
Aoproximately two hundred
lPecs from forty-four chapters
< Hadassah in the Southeastern
tSon arc scheduled to attend
5?annual regional conference to
MS ne'e March 27, 2 29 w th
SSSiHtm at the McAllister
"Hostess to the conference will
te Mrs. Milton Sirkin, president
3 ge Greater Miami Chapter.
She will be assisted by Mrs. Ben-
jamin Goldstein, president of Mi-
5 Beach Group Mrs. H. C.
Moser president of Miami Group,
Mrs Leo Levin, president of De-
6 Group, Miss Lillian Good-
man president of Business and
Professional Group of Miami
Beach and Miss Roslyn Klein,
president of Business and Pro-
fessional Group of Miami.
Mrs Harry Rubin is general
chairman and is being assisted by
Mrs. Max Dobrin, program chair-
Many sessions of the confer-
ence will be open to the public.
With the Jewish State a reality.
the conference assumes greater
importance than ever before,"
Mrs. Sirkin said. Haddassah s role
in the work for Israel is emphas-
ized in a message cabled to the
National Board of Hadassah by
David Bin Gurion, Israeli Pre-
mier. His statement follows:
"Our task after the establish-
ment of our State, is only be-
ginning. To bring over and absorb
economically and socially hun-
dreds of thousands of immigrants,
to rebuild and develop the Negev
and Gallilee and Jerusalem, and
to shape a progressive free and
democratic commonwealth true to
the great vision of our Prophets
on Justice, Peace and Human
Brotherhood, wiU require all the
creative energies of our genera-
tion.
"American Jewry as the big-
gest Jewish community all over
the world will have to make its
contribution in manpower, means,
skill, and devotion, and I trust
that Hadassah will not only carry
on its specific tasks in medical
help and Youth Aliyah, but will
also provide general Zionism in
America with a moral, unselfish,
and progressive leadership which
it needs now so much, and that
you will strengthen the ties be-
tween American Jewry and Is-
rael. Four medical projects de-
signed to aid newly arriving im-
migrants in Israel during 1949
are a tuberculosis hospital to be
opened this month in Gederah,
a new general hospital in Jeru-
salem, tne Hadassah Yassky
Memorial hospital in Beershebaj
and the Hebrew University-Ha-
dassah Medical School."
+Jewisiin PAGE THIRTEEN
Purim Carnival
Set For Sunday
The fifth annual Purim carni-
val, sponsored by Temple Be In
Sholom Religious School of Mi-
ami Beach, will take place or
Sunday in the Temple banquet
hall, according to an announce-
ment by Mrs. Leon J. Ell, chair-
man of the school board.
Games, booths, side shows, the
hanging of Haman and crowning
of Esther, costumes and contests
and a lunch with traditional
Purim refreshments are on the
agenda.
The carnival will be repeated
Monday evening under the aus-
pices of the PTA of the school,
of which Mrs. Alfred M. Mamlet
is president. After the Megillah
service at 7:15 p.m., the con-
gregation will adjourn to the ban-
quet hall for an evening of Purim
festivities.
Barry Sisters Delight
Miami Club Audiences
Packing them in at the Rou-
mania Theatre Restaurant, the
Barry Sisters continue to delight
Miami audiences with their inter-
pretations of Yiddish and English
swing tunes and ballads. The en-
tertainment also features Michel
Rosenberg who has been held
over several weeks. Billy Hodges,
comedian, and James and Beverly
"aysee. Ken Jones and his band
provide the music for the enter-
tainment and dancing.S.T.
Henry Gregor To Appear
In Piano Recital Sunday
Henry Gregor will be presented
m a recital of piano music rarely
Performed, by the University of
Miami School of Music Sunday at
*:30 p.m. in the Beaumont Mem-
orial Lecture hall, main campus.
Gregor is a member of the
m"sie school faculty.
Kobley To Head
Youth Council
Stephen Kobley has been elect-
ed president of the B'nai B'rith
Youth Organizations Council, it
has been announced by Charles
R. Jacobson, executive secretary
of the Greater Miami B'nai B'rith
Council.
The youth council represents
twelve boys' and girls' units in
the Greater Miami area. Elected
to serve with Kobley are: vice
president, Edward Tescher; treas-
urer, Robert Shapiro; recording
secretary, Harriet Pathman; cor-
responding secretary, Helene Sas-
soon; parliamentarian, Paula
Toby; historian, Marcia Cohen.
B'nai B'rith youth groups in-
clude boys and girls between the
ages of 14 and 18. Youth interest-
ed in joining may contact Presi-
dent Kobley at 5-7828.
Auxiliary Will Sponsor
Annual Purim Fete
The second annual Purim baU
of the Miami Ladies Auxiliary
to the Jewish Home for the Aged
will take place tomororw night
at 8 o'clock at the Grossinger-
Pancoast Hotel, Miami Beach.
Four hours of entertainment
featuring many prominent acts
from the night clubs have been
arranged. Slated to appear are
Ruth Brotman, lyric soprano,
who wiU be accompanied py
Anyuta Melicov; Roberta Weiner,
twelve year old soprano; Martha
Redding, radio artist; Sonny Kaye.
comedian; and Samuel Harris and
Cantors Louis Yelsky and Maurice
Mamches. Harold Shapiro and
Bert Acker will serve as masters
of ceremonies.
Frank A. Keeney, who is well-
known in theatrical circles, will
be guest of honor at the affair.
Rabbi Machtei To Speak
Rabbi S. M. Machtei will speak
on "Observe Your Enemies' at
the Coral Gables Jewish Center
services to be held at Pratt Vet-
erans Hospital Chapel at 8:05 to-
night. Cantor Joseph Malek will
chant the liturgical portion of the
service. A social hour will follow
the service._______
Beth David Sisterhood
Will Meet Wednesday
Beth David Sisterhood will hold
its monthly meeting Wednesday
at 1:30 p.m. at the Talmud Torah,
Mrs. Alex Stiebel, president, has
announced.
Program Chairman Mrs. Wil-
liam Danziger has arranged a
program entitled "Purim Today,"
which will be followed by an
audience participation "Quiz Bee."
Holiday refreshments will be
served.
HARRY MARKOWITZ
Arrtmore Studio
B'nai B'rith leaders are shown making plans for the ADL
Institute to be held in the Imperial Room of the Roney Plata Hotel
Sunday at 10:15 a.m. Pictured with Larry Borsten (standing 1.).
resident manager of the Roney Plaza, axe (sealed) David R. Isen;
Burnett Roth, general chairman: Harold Turk: E. Albert Pallot.
president of the B'nai B'rith Council of Greater Miami.
Vaad Hakashruth
Okavs Cleanser
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, di-
rector of the Grater Miami Vaad
Hakashruth, announces that two
cleaning products, China Master
and Tangerine Crystal, manufact-
ured by the Biscayne Chemical
Company, and bearing the label
of the Greater Miami Vaad
Hakashruth, are kosher and
parve and therefore may be used
in washing dairy as well as meat
dishes.
The Greater Miami Vaad Ha-
kashruth is the only community
sponsored organization of its type
in the area, functioning as a par-
ticipating agency of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation and
serving the public on problems of
I Kasruth without remuneration.
The following congregations are
members of the Vaad: Beth David,
Beth El, Beth Sholom, Beth
Tfilah and Miami Beach Jewish
Center.
Officers of the organization are:
Harry Sirkin, president; A. M.
Baer, vice president; S. Lobel,
treasurer; Hyman Sootin, secre-
tarv- u
Information concerning kash-
ruth matters may be obtained by
calling Rabbi Rackovsky at
5-3595.
Consumptive Relief
Society Will Meet Mon.
A meeting of the Greater Mi-
ami Auxiliary of the Jewish Con-
sumptive Relief Society is slated
for Monday evening at the Mi-
ami Y.
Report of the Conor dinner
dance recently held at Copa City
will be given at this meeting.
Prominent plumbing contractor
says, "FARR arranges my travel
plans with the same perfection
that I find necessary in working
out plumbing plans in the con-
struction line."
FARR Your Travel Agent
E
A Cordial Invitation
is extended
to the
United Jewish School To
Hold Purim Carnival
The United Jewish School will
hold its first Purim carnival this
Sunday morning at the University
of Miami, north campus. For the
past few weeks every class has
been busy preparing for the event.
Prizes and refreshments will be
distributed to all students.
All children who live in the
neighborhood are invited to at-
tend.
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of
Greater Miami
to attend the
Purim Luncheon
on behall of the
1949 Combined
Jewish Appeal
TUESDAY, MARCH 15
12 NOON
HOTEL SAXONY
GUEST SPEAKER:
Murray Greenfield
HAGANAH HERO
HOSTESSES:
*s=
Mrs. Jack Ablin
Mrs. Louis Altschul
Mrs. Sylvia Chertkof
Mrs. Leo Gemgross
Mrs. Louis Glasser
Mrs. Abraham Goodman
Mrs. Alexander Kogan
Mrs. Louis Nelson
Mrs. Milton Sirkin
Mrs. Carl Weinkle
PHONE YOUR RESERVATION TO
MISS RAPPORT AT 58-4331


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Jews In Sports
Clnir Bee of L.I.U., a member
of the committee, feels that not
only should Citv be invited, but
at least one other Metropolitan
school. By the time this column
appears in print all selections will
have been made. Woe betide the
Garden management if City Col-
lege isn't one of the eight college
fives in the Met tourney.
*
Al Rosen will be given a chance
to push Ken Keltncr off third base
when the Cleveland Indians get
going in spring traintag. Both
boys may have to yield to Oresto
Minosa, a colored boy, who was
signed by Abe Saperstein. Cleve-
land's scout for colored talent.

Said Rogovin and Myron Gins-
berg are given a good chance to
form a Detroit Tiger battery once
the American League season race
gets underway.
?
Maxie Rosner of the famous
Bushwick clan tells us that his
famous semi-pro nine will play
at least seventy-five games this
season. Sam N.iliam recently re-
leased hv the Phillies will prob-
ably be back for mound duty with
the club.
*
Eddie Gottlieb has sold a
colored baseball player to the
N Y. Yankees The name of the
boy cannot be announced until he
is contacted in Panama This
marks the second sale of a player
bv Gottlieb to the big leagues.
Should keep his Philly Stars run-
ning in the black this coming
season, which figures to be a poor
one for Negro baseball.
II Stadentfl Will
Hold Purim Kail
The student council of the
ami Beach Jewish Center
ligious Schools, in
with the Center
Mi-
Re-
cooperation
Youtli Groups
and Young Judaea, is arranging a f
Purlm carnival to take place on
March 15 at 7 p.m. in the Center
patio. 1701 Washington Ave.
A puppet show, movies, bi
zaars, a costume contest, ami re-
freshments will be on the agenda.
On Purim eve. March 14. chil-
dren of the religious school will
participate in the Megillah read-
ing, after which they will In-
served homent ashen
Mrs. Fox, director of dramatics
is in charge of the program.
The junior congregation of Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Center will
have its regular Saturday morn-
ing services in the chapel of the
building at 1701 Washington Av<
These services, attended b/ 200
youngsters weekly, are conducted
by students of the daily rehgi0U3
school. Joseph Ginsberg of grade
5 is rabbi. Richard Rose of grad*
4 is president and Leonard Tup-
ler of grade 4 is cantor.
Services will be conduct) d
every Saturday morning at 0:30
are followed by a Kiddush aid a
story telling hour.
Danny Kayo, in his first two
weeks of his Roxy, New York.
engagement earned the highest
salary ever attained by a per-
ormer in a vaudeville house.
Based on a contract calling for
$25,000 weekly plus 50* split
over $110,000. the total earned by
Dannv SO far is $62,500.
Al Jolsons $20,000 weekly at
the Capitol on Broadway, years
ago. stood heretofore as the top
theatre salary for a single act.
Jack Benny during his engage-
ment at the Roxy was signed for
$40,000 plus overages, but out of
that figure Jack had to pay
large
for
Jack had to
cast Kayo's contract
his services alone.
a
was
Charles Cohen Speaks
The Miami Service League of
the YM & YWHA presented
Charles Cohen, executive director
of the Jewish Social Service Bu-
reau, at the Miami Y building
Monday evening at S o'clock
Cohen's topic was "Family
Counselling for the Normal
Kamilv "
Conference Of Jewish
Women's Organizations
To Meet At Beth Sholom
The Conference of Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Women's Organiza-
tions will hold its next meeting
March 17 in the patio of Temple
Beth Sholom, according to an-
nouncement from Mrs. Anna
Brenner Meyers, president. Morn-
ing session is set for 10:30 and
luncheon will be served at noon.
During the afternoon session
the nominating committee, under
the chairmanship of Mrs. Alex-
ander Kogan. will present a slate
of officers for 1949-50.
For further information, call
5-5224
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Although General Foods, which
is sponsoring the television ver-
sion of "The Goldbergs" on CDS-
TV. has expressed interest in re-
viving the program on radio for
a simultaneous showcasing, as far
as Gertrude Berg, the author and
star, is concerned, there will be
nothing done about it at least
until the fall Since its premiere
a few weeks back it has been
hailed as one of the top television
shows o: the season. As a radio
slow. The Goldbergs" had a
17-year run until it went off the
air a couple of years ago. Pri-
marily Mrs. Berg is concerned in
maintaining the present video
pace of the situation comedy.
which is winning critical kudos
every week.
*
Jack Benny was honored for his
outstanding contribution to the
Veterans of America during and
since the war by the Jewish War
Veterans this week. A special
plaque was awarded to the come-
dian here in Hollywood in con-
junction with other war veteran
groups, with top Army and Navy
brass and civic officials attending
the presentation ceremony.
The radio jokester entertained
in every theatre of operations dur-
ing the recent conflict and, in
addition, has made literally hun-
dreds of appearances in Army
camps and hospitals in this coun-
try. During the past summer Jack
returned to Germany to enter-
tain the troops

For a total cast expenditure of
S35. ar. 18-minute short has been
made by a group of RKO studio
employees as an appeal for help
to disabled veterans in govern-
:' spitala S .. th( work
a the Jewish War Veterans and
its auxiliaries, the film stands up
well :>> an interesting and moving
d cument
Titled -pear Ma. the picture
ieals with spita] scenes in
JWV auxil-
ia" isit "- lisabled men and
Provid t amrnent.
fe :.::.-.. :\- :-.,;.
t -. I :.. .irab davs
- i i" lescer.ee
Miami Y To Hold
Sports Dinner
The athletic committee of the
Miami Y will sponsor a sports'
dinner Thursday, March 24 at
8 p.m. at the Marina Restaurant,
Dinner Key, Abe Cutler, athletic
chairman, has announced. Pur-
pose of the dinner is to honor ap-
proximately 90 players who par-
ticipated in the All-Miami Y In-
Ivitation Basketball League.
This is the first time in the
history of Miami Jewry that an
independent basketball league
was sponsored by a. Jewish in-
stitution. Players will be the
guests of the Y and County Com-
missioner Jesse Yarborough will
be the principal speaker. Sports
celebrities from various parts of
the country are expected to be
E resent. Awards and trophies will
e made to the winning teams.
Reservations may be made by
calling the Y office.
Iladassah Group
Will Celebrate
Purim. Birthday
Purim and Hadassah's 38th
birthday will be simultaneously
celebrated at a meeting of the
Deborah Group of Hadassah
Monday at 1:30 p.m. at the Miami
Beach Y, according to Mrs. Leo
Levin, president.
The Jewish National Fund pro-
ject will be discussed by Mrs.
Ben Gerald, chairman. Member-
ship chairman. Mrs. Jerry Grang-
er, will welcome prospective
members and announce those
members who have earned
awards and books for the current
year.
Following the business meet-
FRIDAY, MARCH 11.
Off the Record
FACTS AND FIGURES .
The United States ha's'm^
doctors in proportion to its S?
lation than any other cZffl
the world except Israel KJ"
are 710 persons K V fe
physician ... In Ismr L ^
as good .The mean average I
the. members of the Israeli Co?
49 ... The orthodox bbe show.
&M& ^a?al The Comm"n
lst bloc is the youngest with a
mean age average of 34.33 a.
early as 140 B C. E. Jews lived
quite comfortably at Rhodes, site
of current Israeh-Transjordan ne-
gotiations The ruins of the
famous Colossus, the immense
brazen statue of Apollo, under
whose legs ships entering the
Rhodesian port were compelled
to sail, was sold in 656 by the
Caliph of Rhodes to a Jewish
merchant Nine hundred
camels were required for the re-
moval job In 1170 the re-
nowned Jewish traveller Ben-
jamin of Tudela visited the Island
and discovered 400 pious Jews
. When Rhodes came under
Italian rule in 1923, there were
about 3,000 Rhodesian Jews main
taining four synagogues and two
schools.
ing, Prof.. Edward Clarke of the
University of Miami will review
"Peace of Mind."
Hostesses for the day will in-
clude the Mesdames Sydney Pep-
per, Louis Gidney, Martin Lundv
and Leo Levin.
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^mAY. MARCH 11, 1949
*Jenisii fkridTiari
PAGE FIFTEEN
LEGAL NOTICE
"-----ZZmm OF PUBLICATION
0,?f-UlOl-lT COURT OF THE
IN THI;. "^//ciKCL-IT IN AND
lh &'coUNTY. FLOR1DA-
^PiVPFRY No. 122921.
IN C"NC;- VRPENTIER, Plaintiff.
M^DRCHARI>KS- CARPENTIER.
TcfeuRLE^R. CARPENTIER.
Iri^SSi oVTereYto 111, your
You are nere bill of
in "
yDbNE AMD ORDERED this 7th day
of March. 19 Clerk" of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal) RICE JR
Deputy Clerk.
rFORGE J. TAIJANOFF
i/ll-li-Zj 4/1__________________________
nnDER OF PUBLICATION
,.. t?,e CIRCUIT COURT OK THE
'VlFVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
nP FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
MOT. IN CHANCERY. No.
SHIRLEY EDITH BURWICK. Plain-
tiff. v8 BERNARD BURWICK. Dc-
Y,1r,n,BERNARD BURWICK. 57
BOCTBU.B STREET. FITCHBURO.
KmACHUSBTTS, are notified to file
vour appearance in the above cause
or divorce, on or before the 11th day
if April AD. 1949. or a Decree Pro
Confesso will be entered against you.
DATED: This 7th day of March,
*" "eB LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
.Circuit Court^8gl)w STOCKINQi
Deputy Clerk.
WASMAN, SILVER & SAKOWITZ
Attorneys
Seybold Building
3.I1-1S-23 4/1-8
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IS THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL. CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
UNIT.
RUTH DUNN, Plaintiff, vs. RICHARD
DUNN. Defendant.
TO: RICHARD DUNN
215 W. 90th Street
New York City, N. Y.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a Bill ul Complaint for Divorce has
been filed against you by RUTH
DUNN, your wife, in the above styled
cause and in the above named Court;
and you are further notified that you
are hereby required to file an appear-
ance in said proceedings on or before
the 7th day of April, 1949, otherwise
the allegations of said Bill of Com-
plaint will he taken as confessed by
you.
This older is to be published once
tweek, for four (4) consecutive weeks,
in the Jewish Flnridlan, a newspaper
published in Dade County, Florida.
Dated this .">th day of March, A.D.
19(9.
B. I'.. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By F. J. OOl.'LD.
Deputy Clerk.
JOSEPH H. GANZ and ARONOVITZ,
WEINKLE A ARONOVITZ
Solicitors for Plaintiff
J/ll-18-25 4/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage III
business under the fictitious name of
M ft H Delicatessen and Restaurant
t 108 S. Miami Avenue, Miami, Fla..
Intends to register said name with the
clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad.-
County, Florida.
ALFELD. INC.
u,.u A Florida Corporation
MARX FAKER
Attorney f.,r Applicant
ongress Hnilding
5/11-18-25 4/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
ri TiCK IS "HRBBY GIVEN that
ne undersigned, desiring to engage In
iiSu" um,cr the fictitious name of
iM**'* Department and Appliance
Ku.*'.2808 N Mlaml Ave.. Miami.
with .w ln'"mls to register said name
Dad. v '"rk "' the Circuit Court of
Hade County. Florida.
MORRIS APTAKIN,
t msu ^. So,e Owner
AtiornARV U KIM BALL
Attorney for applicant
NOTICE UNDBR FICTITIOUS
Nfrnm. NAME LAW
theimi IS HEREBY GIVEN that
sSiSgy^PP*!. desiring to engage In
StSsSfe** etftlou name of
^ashevterla at 904 8. Miami ATa,
3T\m .dl' Intends to register
=' court of Dade County. Florida.
MATILDA FELDSTETN
2/K 3/4-11^.26
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NnTici* ,NAME LAW
'hound.r i'S "EREBY GIVEN that
Thev,ri,dcr the fictitious name or
'04 l.a?m,yD ^"clons at Room
lMdto^JS2Udto/ M,am'. Florida,
Clerk o? ,lgi*XS 8ald nam w"h the
CowtyT'^^rcult Court of Dade
A Z. ALPERT
HENRY SOLOMON
41.1141 4/iWnerS
N0TI6 tfaa?sW FICTITIOUS
.h^aj^HE^^OIVEN that
b"lnes, ,lKJ,e(1V1de8lr,"eT to engage in
K.nhn" JBjg th fictitious name of
A'merla aS? Meat Product, at 207
"is to SUSSfr Cora> Oablea. In-
LEGAL NOTICE
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FI/3RIDA-
IN CHANCERY. No. i 22729
EVELYN DRISCOLL. Plaintiff va
MAURICE DRISCOLL Defendant
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: MAURICE DRISCOLL
530 Isham Street
New York, New York
You are 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 80th day
of March, 1948, otherwise a Decree
Pro Confeeao will be entered against
you.
DATED this 28 day of February'.
1949.
K. B LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIOE.
Deputy Clerk.
SAM SILVER
Solicitor for Plaintiff
1703 Congress Building
Miami 98, Florfaa
3/4-11-18-25 0
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No 122756.
HERMAN REUBEN ROSENZWEIO,
Plaintiff, vs. DEBORAH RUSKIN
ROSENZWEIO, Defendant.
You. DEBORAH RUSKIN ROSENZ-
WEIO, 518 George Street, New Haven,
Connecticut, are notified to file your
appearance in the above cause for
divorce on the 4th day of April. A.D.
1949, otherwise decree pro confesso
will be entered against you.
Dated this 1st day of March. A.D.
1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIOE.
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney at Law
1023 Reynold Building
Miami. Florida
3/4-11-18-25
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No.
122766.
FI-BATA PENDER Plaintiff, va.
LAWRENCE JOHN PENDER, De-
fendant.
To: Lawrence John Pender
c/o Schrlevers, Main Street
Rocklnnd County
Now City, New York
You are hereby required to file an
appearance in the above action for
divorce on or before the 1st day of
April. 1949, otherwise, a Decree Pro
Confesso will be entered against you.
Dated this 1st day of March, 1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. H. RICK, JR..
Deputy Clerk.
HAROLD SHAPIRO
Attorney for Plaintiff
927 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fla.
3/4-11-18-26
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 Bupply Com-
pany at 648 West Flagler Street. Mi-
ami, Fla., Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
SEYMOUR HINKES
Sole Owner
2/38 3/4-11-18-24J
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Max's Delicatessen at 1131 West Flag-
ler Street, Miami, Fla., Intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
MURRAY BUDNER
LEON NAMOFF.
Partners
MYERS, HBIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants
I/11-18-2S 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.
MILTON SIRKIN
ALEXANDER STBJCIN
LEON SIRKIN
ADELE ZTVITZ
Partners
2/11-18-28 8/4-11
NOTICE TO CREDITOR8
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No.
22108.
In Re: ESTATE OF MARY BBK.N-
HARD GILLIAN'S, 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
either of you, may have against the
estate of MARY BERNHARD GIL-
LIANS deceased late of Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, to the Hon. W. F. Blan-
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 the
claimant and to be sworn to ana
presented as aforesaid, or same will
be barred. See Section 120 of the 1933
Probate Act. ._
Dated March 4, A.D. 4WI. -
ED WARD L. GILLIAN S.
As Executor of the Last Will and
Testament of Mary Bernhard
Gillian*. Deceased.
SAMUEL J- RAND
SIT Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Executor
8/4-11-11-I6
LEGAL NOTICE
_, ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
l,1T,.~JUD1CIAI' CIRCUIT OF
&&!&* 1N AND FOR DADE
CONTY. IN CHANCERY. No.
ITODV,
*$&? ROSENBERG. Plaintiff, vs.
y^BB ROSENBERG. I>efondant.
YOU, LI hub ROSENBERG, 2026
Avenue "Y," BROOKLYN. NEW
YORK, are notified to file your Ap-
pearance In the above cause for Di-
vorce, on or before March 14, 1949,
or a Decree Pro Confesso will be en-
tered against you.
DATED: February 10. 1949.
_ K B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk
WASMAN. SILVER & SAKOWITZ
Attorneys for Plaintiff
918 Beybold Bldg.
2/11-18-25 8/4-11
LEGAL NOTICES
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
tin- undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Bond Cleaners Laundry at 3785
Grand Ave., Coconut Grove, Florida.
Intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
ROSALIE LOWE
Sole Owner
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
660 Beybold Bldg.
Attorneys for Applicant
3/4-11-18-25 4/1
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
121922.
ANNA SEDLACEK. Plaintiff, vs.
JOSEPH SEDLACEK, Defendant.
YOU, JOSEPH SEDLACEK, 2083
Rasset 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.
A.D. 1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIOE,
Deputy Clerk.
WASMAN. SILVER & SAKOWITZ
Attorneys for Plaintiff
Sc-ybold Bldg.
8/4-11-18-25 4/1
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 122406.
MORRIS BREZINSKY, Plaintiff, vs.
ANNA BREZINSKY. Defendant.
TO: ANNA BREZINSKY. 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 Maroh, 1949. otherwise
the allegations of said bill will be
taken as confessed against you.
DONE AND ORDERED this 17 day
of February, 1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. H. RICE, JR..
Deputy Clerk.
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Solicitor for Plaintiff.
2/18-85 3/4-11
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
122479.
ESTHER WILLIAMS, Plaintiff, vs.
JAMES WILLIAMS, Defendant.
TO: JAMES WILLIAMS
Address: UNKNOWN
YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to
file an appearance In the above suit
for divorce on the 28th day of March.
1949, otherwise, the allegations of said
bill will be taken as confessed by you.
This order is to be published In the
JEWISH FLORIDIAN once each week
for four (4) consecutive weeks.
This the 25 day of February, 1949.
B. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
J08EPH H. GANZ
748 Seyhnld Building
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
3/4-11-18-25
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
LAD AND LAS8IE at 646 Washington
Avenue, Miami Beach. Intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
ida.
JEROME RUBIN
LYDIA ANN RUBIN
I JACK A, ABBOTT
Attorney for Owners
3/4-11-18-25 4/1
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICLVL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 122440.
MEYER BENNETT, Plaintiff, vs.
LILLIAN BENNETT, Defendant.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: LILLIAN BENNETT
1612 South Lawndale Avenue
Chicago, Illinois
You are 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. 1949; otherwise a
Decree Pro Confesso will be entered
against you.
DATED this 17 day of February,
1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE,
Deputy Clerk.
SAM SILVER
Attorney for Applicant
1703 Congress Bldg.
2/18-26 8/4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Al'a Delicatessen at 706 S.W. 27th
Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intends to
register said name wHh the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
ALFRED L. DLVMOND
Aronovits, Welnkle 4k Aronovltz
Attorneys for Applicant
748 Seybold Building
2/18-25 3/4-11-18
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 122396.
MALI BERGMAN, Plaintiff, vs. MAX
BERGMAN, Dofndant.
Tou. MAX BERGMAN. 250 Fort
Washington Avenue, New York, New
York, are notified to file your appear-
ance In the above cause for divorce
on the list day of Maroh. A.D. 1949.
otherwise decree pro confesso will be
entered against you.
Dated this 16 day of February.
A.D. 1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
(Circuit Court 8eal)
By M. C. FEIGE,
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney at Law
1028 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
2/18-26 3/4-11
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
133313.
HAROLD CRIN'O, Plaintiff, vs.
SARAH CRINO, Defndant.
You, SARAH CRINO. 26 South Ave-
nue, Beacon, New York, are notified
to file your appearance In the above
cause for divorce on the 21st day of
March, A.D. 1949. otherwise decree
pro confesso will be entered against
you.
Dated this 11th day of February,
A.D. 1849.
E B. LEATHERMAN, Clork.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE.
Deputy Cleric.
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
Attorney at Law
1033 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
2/18-25 8/4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GTVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Tamlamf Hotel Bar at 201 West Flag-
ler Street, Miami, Fla., Intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade Countv,
Florida.
LEONARD LEVOJ
JOSEPH I. GOODMAN
HARRY DD2TZ
Attorney for Applicants
2/18-25 3/4-11-18
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
123430.
SHIRLEY JEAN WADS WORTH De-
VIEW, Plaintiff, vs. ROBERT A.
DeVIEW, Defendant
TO: ROBERT A. DeVIEW
210 8. Saglnaw Street
I.-i|m r, Michigan
YOU. ROBERT A. DeVIEW. are
hereby notified to file your appear-
ance In the above cause for divorce
on or before the 22nd day of March.
A.D. 1949, otherwise a Decree Pro
Confesso will be entered against you.
Dated: Feb. 17, 1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal) ___ _
By M. C. FEIGE
Deputy Clerk.
MARION BROOKS
Solicitor for Plaintiff
819 Olympla Bldg.
2/18-36 8/4-11_____
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRJ8JIT OF
FliORIDA, IN AND FUR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No.
122674.
RAE OOIJ>MAN, TlainUff, vs. WIL-
LIAM GOLDMAN, Defendant.
TO: WILLIAM GOLDMAN
Address unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY ORDERED to
file your appearance to the BUI of
Complaint for Divorce, filed against
you by RAE GOLDMAN, on or before
the 28 day of March, 1949, otherwise
the allegations of said Bill will be
taken as confessed by you.
Dated this 24 day of March. A.D.
1949.
E B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
MARION BROOKS
Solicitor for Plaintiff
819 Olympla Building
Miami. Florida
2/25 3/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage ln
buslnesa under the fictitious name of
Cumberland Trailer Park at 8800
Southwest 8th Street Miami, Florida,
intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida. ______,MmM
SAMUEL B. ROSENSON
DANIEL F. PARISER
Attorney for Samuel B. Rosenson
2/18-25 3/4-11-18______________________
"" ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IS CHANCERY, No.
1*2249
RUTH SHADLE. Plaintiff, vs. FRED
SHADLE, Defendant.
YOU. FRED SHADLE, 230 Park
Place, Orange. New Jersey, are noti-
fied to file your Appearance In tne
above cause for Divorce, on or be-
fore March 14. 1949, or a Decree Pro
Confeeso will be entered against you.
DATBBkFfflTHERM9A^. Clerk.
HWK. STOCKING.
- Deputy Clerk.
WASMAN. SILVER SAKOWITZ
Attorn~i for Plaintiff ,
0" i. -br. 4 Building
1/11 .ik-IS -/4-U
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Southeastern Plastic Distributors at
261 N. W. 27th Terrace. Miami, Fla.,
intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
ABE KATZEN
MARX FABER
Attorney for Applicant
412 Congress Bldg.
2/25 3/4-11-18-26
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No.
122,281-B.
AYARES SMALL LOAN CO., INC., a
Florida corporation, Plaintiff, vs.
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, on or
before March 23, 1949. which mortgage
encumbers the following described per-
sonal property, situate and being in
Dade County, Florida, to-wlt:
1 Platform Rocker
1 Cabinet
1 Green Rug
1 Desk
1 Frlgldalre
1 Metal Top Table, 2 Chairs
3 Metal Cabinets
1 Desk
3 Dressers
1 Hot Plate
3 Wardrobes and 1 Chair
2 Double beds, springs and
mattresses
3 Chairs
3 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,
Cleik of the Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE.
Deputy Clerk.
MARX M. FABER
Attorney for Plaintiff
412 Congress BulMlng
Miami, Florida
uu a/4-u-ii
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deslrin* to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Ace Music Company, not Inc at 544
N.W. 6th Ave., Miami, Florida, in-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
HARRY SILVERMAN
JOSEPH MOONEY
HARRY D1ETZ
Attorney for Applicants
Congress Bldg.
2/18-25 3/4-11-18
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
22134.
In Re: ESTATE OF
Shirley L. De Armond 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
either of you, may have against the
estate of Shirley L. De Armond de-
ceased late of Knox County, Tennes-
see, to the Hon. W. F. Blanton, County-
Judge of Dade County, and file the
same in his office In the County
Courthouse In Dade County. Florida,
within eight calendar months from the
date of the first publication hereof.
Said claims or demands to contain
the legal address of the claimant and
to be sworn to and presented as afore-
said, or same will be barred. See Sec-
tion 120 of the 1938 Probate Act.
Date February 17. A.D. 1949.
MAX R. SILVER,
As Ancillary Administrator, C.T.A.
of the Estate of SHIRLEY L.
DE ARMOND, Deceased.
WASMAN. SILVER & SAKOWITZ
Attorneys for Ancillary
Administrator, C.T.A.
2/18-36 8/4-11
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA.IN CHANC-
ERY, No. 122633.
YETTA TRUBIN, Plaintiff, vs. SAM-
UEL TRUBIN, Defendant.
TO: SAMUEL TRUBIN, Defendant:
YOU ARE ORDERED to file your
Appearance to the Bill for Divorce
filed against you, on March 25, 1949:
otherwise, said bill will be taken as
confessed by you.
Dated: this 23 day of February.
A.D. 1949.
B. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. H. RICE, JR..
Deputy Clerk.
WALTER C. KOVNER
Attorney for plaintiff
2/25 8/4-11-18
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, UN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
132481.
LILLIAN MOSLEY MAXSON. Plain-
Off, vs. STANLEY E. MAXSON,
Defendant.
TO: STANLEY E. MAXSON
16 17th Avenue
Paterson, New Jersey
YOU, STANLEY E. MAXSON, ore
hereby notified to file your appearani
In the above cause for divorce on i.r
before the 22nd day of March, '. I'.
)4'9. otherwise a Deere.- Pro Con-
fesso will be entered against you.
Dated this 17th day of February,
A.D. 1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE.
Deputy Clerk.
MARION BROOKS
Solicitor for Plaintiff
818 Olympla Bids.
2/18-26 J/4-11



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B'nai B'rith Unit
To Hold
=
Party
The newly organized Coral
Gables Chapter of B'nai B'rith
Young Women has scheduled a
card party for Sunday night at 8
o'clock at the Hillel House, 3306
Ponce de Leon Blvd. Games will
be offered and refreshments will
be served.
Admission will be 75c with pro-
ceeds earmarked for B'nai B'rith
community projects.
Chairtrar. of the affair will be
Shirlev Notovltz. Her committee
consists of Harriet Fiedler. Ruth
Margareten. Rosilur.d Morris.
Temporary officers of the or-
ganization include: Adele Ziff.
president: R:ta Goldwober. rec-
ord secretary'; Elaine Zagoria and
Wilda V'. co-correspond-
- Harriet Fiedler.
linski, parha-
tariar
..-.-... :men are: Trudi
I.... s .:.-'.'. S Notovitz,
fur.d-:. '"'' I
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F.P.A. To Lecture
Here Tuesday
Franklin P. Adams, one of
America's foremost humorists, will
make his first appearance in Mi-
ami on the Town Hall lecture
series Tuesday evening at 8:15 at
the Temple Israel auditorium.
Familiarly known as F. P- A..
Adams is the originator of the
column known as "The Connirm
Tower.*' which appears in papeis
I throughout the country. He is the
i author of many poems, jingles
| and diaries, including "The Diary
of Our Own Samuel. Pepys."
In 1938 he took his line of goods
to the radio as one of the ex-
ports on the Information Please
program and has been at it ever
since.
Herman A. Binder, president of
Town Hall. Inc., announces that
tickets for the lecture are $2 and
entitle the purchaser to hear the
address on "Successful Living" to
fiver by Dr. E. C. Nance April
6.
Hadassah Will Meet
Wednesday At Helene
....: sen ..
Thi group's previous s ial af-
fairs hi
party Ft bru; ry 12 at the 1
Mir:, m L i {
supper at Di Lb 1-
February 15.
lladassnli Group
To Give Party
A pre-Purim rr.ah jong and card
party will be held by the Henriet-
ta Szold Group of Hadassah to-
morrow evening at 8:30 at the
Helene Hotel.
Heading the committee in ar-
rangements are Mrs. Nathan Is*
rael and Mrs. David Slovak, who
will I Mrs. Edwara
Horowitz and Mrs. Dora Rosner.
door; the Mesdames Margaret
Blumenfeld. Jack Farkas, Morton
Klain and Samuel Gewirtz, seat
ing: and the Mesdames John
Starr. J. Milgrem, L. Lob, Jacl;
Hirsch, Paul -Schaffer. Shirley
Weiss, and Pearl Szemere, re-
nts. Mrs. Ehiel Lesowoder
is chairman of ways and means
She is assisted by Claire Lau:
and Lillian White.
All members and friends an
invited to the affair.
Rev. Barth To Address
Spinoza Forum Saturday
The Rev. Joseph Barth. pastor
of the First Unitarian Church.
will be guest speaker at the
Spinoza Forum, 124 11th St., M:-
. mi B< ch, Saturday afternoon at
3 o'clock. His topic will be "Be-
yond Nationalism."
On Wednesday evening at 8 p.m.
Charles H. Lee will lecture at the
forum on "Atomic Energy."
Pioneer Women's Bazaar
Plans are being formulated fi i
the bazaar to be held by th<
Council of Pioneer Women ol
Greater Miami from April I
through 5, according to Rosemary
Gerson Kaplan. Weekly meetings
of the Town and Beach commit-
tees in charge of the affair are
now being held.
Women's Unit Holds
Meetings On Tuesdays
The Tropical Chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women holds meetings
every Tuesday evening at 8
o'clock in the Conference room
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration at 420 Lincoln Road, Mi-
ami Beach, according to an an-
nouncement by Mrs. Melvin Ben-
ner.
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A meeting of the Henrietta
S I I Group of Hadassah will be
on Wednesday at 8:30 p.m.
at the Helene Hotel, 1030 15th
St Miami Bee h
Mrs Milton Sirkin, president of
:-: Greater Miami Chapter of
H lassah. will be guest speaker.
Mrs Al Karg, an alumna of the
Brandeis Camp Institute, will
:n the singing of Purim
. :.-
Mrs. Jack Levine, soprano, will
render Palestinian and Jewish
selections. Mrs. Moses Mescheloff
is program chairman. Mrs. Nathan
Israel will preside.
Workers Alliance Will
Present Jewish Concert
Drama, song and comedy will
be featured in a Jewish show and
concert to be presented by the
Bialik and Ben Gurion Branches
of the Jewish National Workers
Alliance Sunday at 8 p.m at Mi-
ami Beach High School, 14th St.
and Drexel. .
The program will include a
number of famous artists from the
Jewish stage including Menachcm
Rubin. Al Harris and Judy
Knight. ,.
Admission is SI.50 including tax
and tickets are available at the
home of Dr. H. H. Queen, 919
S.W. 24th Road or at the door.
Beach Auxiliary To Home
For Aged Plans Dinner
To Honor Mrs. Sherry
At a board meeting of the Mi-
ami Beach Auxiliary to the Jew-
ish Home for the Aged recently
held at the home of Mrs. Max
Givenberg. Lenox Ave., Miami
Beach, plans were made for a test-
ial luncheon to be given some
time in March to honor the re-
tiring president. Mrs. Benjamin
Sherry, for her "untiring efforts in
behalf of the organization."
Mrs. Benjamin Appel, president,
named Mrs. Harold Spaet chair-
man of the nominating commit-
tee. Others on the committee are
Dr. Celia Wohl and the Mesdames
Rose Weiss. Mollie Shuman, Alex-
ander Kogan, Samuel Mason.
Louis Makovsky and Harry Dan-
ziger. A slate of officers will be
presented at the meeting of the
organization to be held March 22
at the Miami Beach Jewish Com-
munity Center, 1701 Washington
Ave.
Canadian Zionist And Wife Vacation At Beach
Mr. and Mrs. D. Abramovitz, of
Toronto, Ontario, Canada, are va-
cationing at 406 Euclid Ave., Mi-
ami Beach.
Mr. Abramovitz has been ex-
tremely active in Zionism and
joined tile movement during the
romantic period of Herzl. His ad-
herence to the movement dates
back to the assembly in Basle
where the first Zionist Congress
took place. He treasures as heir-
looms receipts for membership
dues dating back to 1897 when
he was in Roumania. Among these
is one for the year 1903 which
reads "received from D. Abramo-
vitz 60 Bami (cents) for the month
of January."
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Franklin P. Adams
"INFORMATION PLEASE"
TUESDAY. MARCH 15th.
AT 8:15 P.M.
Town Hall of Miami
137 N. E. 19th St.
$1.50 (tax inch)
Purchase Tickets at
TEMPLE ISRAEL OFFICE
OR AT DOOR
In September of 1903 he mi-
grated to Toronto and affiliated
with the first Zionist society there,
the B'nai Zion, which he later
served as president.
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Dade Fair Draws
Record Crowds
Over 40.000 persons attended
Dade County's fourth annual fair
during the first five days of its
ten-day run, according to R. H.
Blakely. illustrious potentate of
Mahi Shrine Temple, which is
sponsoring the fair in collabora-
tion with the Dade County Com-
mission. This is the largest open-
ing in the history of the event
and it is expected that the at-
tendance will exceed 75,000 by
midnight Sunday, when it is
scheduled to close.
With the theme, "Know South
Florida," the fair features 500 ag-
ricultural, industrial and educa-
tional exhibits, plus a giant mid-
way spread over 15 acres at N.W.
8th Ave. and 28th St. Sixty rides
and amusements of the James E.
Strates' show make up the mid-
way.
The fair is open from 1 p.m. to
midnight.
Union Representative To
Address Luncheon Club
"The Truth About the Printers'
Strike and the Taft Hartley Law"
will be the subject of an address
by a speaker from the Typo-
graphical Union at the Sholem
Lodge, B'nai B'rith luncheon club
meeting today at 12:15 at the
Downtowner Restaurant, Seybold
Building. Burnett Roth will in-
troduce the speaker.
Rabbi Shapiro To Speak
Rabbi Max Shapiro, who h
recently returned from a trinta
Israel will be guest speaker *
the Jew.sh Forum Hour Satur
day night at 8 o'clock. The Dro"
gram, directed by Simon SeiL'
wwVBveekly feature of *"
The rabbi's toDic will be "The
Rapid Growth of the State of
Israel." Cantor Maurice Mamches
will be featured on the musical
portion of the program and win
sing Palestinian melodies and
special Purim songs.
One of the purposes of the pro-
gram, suggested by Hyman Soot-
in, is to introduce to the Jewish
community prominent Jewish in-
dividuals active in communal af-
The Family of the late
EDWARD A. MOSS
Wishes to Express Apprecia-
tion to their many friend*
for their kind expressioni of
aympathy in their recent be-
reavement.
SOPHIE J. MOSS
BERTRAM B. MOSS
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