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

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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1949
PRICE TEN CENTS
Drive Gets Off To Slow Start
As Third Of Quota is Reached
Total pledges of $657,107 were
reported at the second report
mating of the workers of the
Sbined Jewish Appeal held at
Manning's restaurant yesterday
"noon. This sum is approxi-
mately one third of the goal of
J188U37. William D. Singer,
fe'neral chairman of the cam-
paign, presided at the luncheon
meeting.
Reporting the largest collection
was the trade unit with $289,419.
This unit is under the chairman-
ship of Dan Ruskin and Herbert
F Scher The winter residents
unit, of which Jack Ablin is
chairman, reported $145,755. The
hotel unit, headed by Samuel A.
Rivkind, reported $132,030. Mrs.
Milton Sirkin, chairman of the
women's unit, stated that her
group had collected $72,752.
George Chertkof, head of the
metropolitan unit, announced
that his group had collected $14,-
351. Irving Cypen of the young
adults reported $1,600 and Fred
Berkowitz, chairman of the youth,
$1,200.
The ten-day drive was launched
Sunday morning at a breakfast
rally at Manning's. Despite the
downpour, over 600 campaign
majors, captains and assistants
attended the rally and heard
Rabbi Max Shapiro report on the
conditions in Israel today.
"Ours must be the high re-
jolve that not a single Jew who
can be brought to Israel from the
DP camps of Europe shall be
turned away from its gates be-
cause our people failed to give
generously to the campaign,"
Rabbi Shapiro declared.
Singer made a plea for com-
munity support, stating "that
since ours is the first major cam-
paign in the whole country, the
eyes of the nation are focused
upon our drive."
Singer presented a check for
$300,000 to Jacob Sher, president
of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, to be sent to the
United Jewish Appeal as an ad-
vance on Miami's one million
dollar commitment. Singer said
1949 COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL
Quota
Pledged
$1,881,737
657,107
Short $1,224,630
Miami Must Not Faill
U. S. Jewish Population Closer to
4,500,000 Than 5,000,000, Survey Finds
that this money had been bor-1 Sunday School Children
rowed from local banks by the | ., ~
To Contribute To Appeal
Federation because of the im-
mediate urgency for cash by the
UJA to move a "minimum of 30,-
000 Jews from Europe to Israel
in March."
George Chertkof stated that the
block-by-block canvass would end
on March 31. His unit has a
quota of $125,000. Other quotas
were hotel, $500,000; women,
$188,000; trade, $750,00; winter
residents $250,000; young adult,
$15,000; youth, $2,500.
The third report meeting will
be held Sunday morning at 10
o'clock at Manning's. Capt.
Yaakov Weyland, military com-
mander of the Negba, will be
guest speaker.
A fourth meeting is scheduled
for Tuesday noon at Manning's.
Mrs. E. Abrams
Addresses Units
The children of Sunday schools
are holding assemblies to make
contributions to the 1949 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal.
On Sunday Louis Heiman will
address the children at Temple
Beth Sholom and Mrs. Monte
Selig will speak at the Miami
Beach Jewish Community Center.
Last Sunday Milton Friedman
spoke at a Temple Israel assem-
bly.
NEW YORK, (JTA)The Jew-
ish population of Hhe United
States today is probably closer
to 4,500,000 than the 5,000,000
often estimated, it was stated
here this week in a report of a
survey of Jewish population
statistic^ made public by the
American Jewish Committee. The
study by Ben B. Seligman and
Harvey Swados of the Council of
Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds is based on a survey of the
Jewish population in 700 com-
munities in the United States re-
porting more than 100 Jewish
residents.
The report points out htat
"there has never been a nation-
wide census of American Jews"
and appeals for a "common
national effort" to emass and
surrey data concerning the
Jewish population. It indicates
that the thirteen largest Jewish
communities in this country
make up 75 percent of the Jew-
ish population. The thirteen,
are listed as follows: Baltimore,
Chicago, Cleveland, Detroit,
Los Angeles, Miami, New York.
Newark, Philadelphia. Pitts-
burgh, St. Louis and San
Francisco.
The object of the survey, ac-
cording to the report, was to
"survey local censuses, counts or
studies that have been made in
the past decade, with the pros-
pect of determining the approxi-
mate validity of current popula-
tion estimates, of discovering the
extent to which scientific meth-
ods are being utilized in local
community studies, of learning
whether there is a common basis
for further demographic research
on Jewish population, and of col-
lecting suggestive data that might
aid in marking out a program of
national population and demo-
graphic research." Member agen-
cies of the C.J.F.W.F., files of
that organization and of the
United Jewish Appeal and sur-
veys of the Jewish Welfare Board
were used in the study.
Cuba, Finland Grant
Israel Recognition
HAVANA, (JTA)The Cuban
government has extended de jure
recognition to the state of Is-
rael, it was announced here this
week-end by fhe Ministry of
State. Cuba granted de facto rec-
ognition to Israel in January.
HELSINKI, (JTA Full de
jure recognition was given to the
state of Israel this week by Fin-
land. De facto recognition was
granted last June.
Mrs. Moses Epstein to Address
Hadassah Conference In Miami
Principal speaker at the Ha-Basle, Switzerland, in 1946 and
Mrs. Eleanor Abrams, national- *ssah Southeastern Regional
ly known lecturer, writer and
commentator, will speak at serv-
ices at Congregation Beth David
tonight at 8:15.
Mrs. Abrams spoke at the first
report meeting of the drive at
Manning's Restaurant Tuesday.
She addressed a community
rally for the Coral Gables area
at the Coral Gables Women's
Club Wednesday night. On Thurs-
day night she was principal
speaker at a furniture division
dinner at the McAllister Hotel.
ADL Survey Reports Colleges Accept
Only Two-Thirds Of Jewish Applicants
NEW YORK, (JTA)Out-of-Jewish applications than non-
town colleges and universities in
the United States receive 11 per-
cent of their applications from
Jewish students and accord Jews
seven percent of their places in
freshman classes, a survey con-
ducted by the Elmo Roper organ-
ization and financed by a grant
from the Anti-Defamation Lea-
gue revealed this week.
"The frequent charge made
against the colleges that they dis-
criminate against Jewish stu-
dents seems to be proven, but
nly in part and perhaps not
nearly to the extent which is fre-
quently charged," the report said,
while Jews "ultimately succeed
W getting a chance at some kind
of college education as often as
Protestants do," the report points
out, they must try more colleges
in order to do it.
The report declared that "Jews
re a definitely disadvantaged
group when it comes to getting
into college, but the situation is
complex, and cannot be described
" the simple terms of general,
across-the-board, discrimination.
A m"ch larger proportion of Jew-
mii gh school seniors apply to
Alleges than Protestants or Cath-
olics and the Jewish applicants
HI heavily concentrated in the
geographic area of greatest over-
w.uapplication pressure, the
in. .Last- the survey said, add-
251 the end resuh ** that
um.iiCollege accepts not only a
jailer absolute number of Jew-
m applicants than non-Jewish.
out also a small proportion of
Jewish."
N. Y. State Supreme Court
Justice Meier Steinbrink, chair-
man of the A.D.L., commenting
on the report, said that it offered
"conclusive proof of the need for
a state university, bias-free and
open to accredited high school
graduates of New York State. The
only effective counterforce to the
private colleges which have sys-
tematically barred Jews and
other minorities," he noted, "have
been municipal and state colleges
which do not discriminate."
Governor Continues
Battle Against Klan
TALLAHASSEE Governor
Warren expressed determination
to outlaw the Ku Klux Klan at
the forthcoming legislative ses-
sion, in a special statement ad-
mitting he once had been a mem-
ber. He stated that he had joined
at the urging of a friend who said
he got a commission on member-
ships, but said he had quit after
attending two or three metings.
He added: "I never wore a hood.
I never marched in one of the
Klan's cowardly parades. I never
took part in any of the Klan s
brandings, beatings, whippings,
torturings or lyncfhings. I never
participated in the Klan's other
cowardly attempts to terrify
helpless people." Governor War-
ren said that he was determined
to stop this "lawless mob."
Conference to be held here Sun-
day, Monday and Tuesday at the
McAllister Hotel here will be
Mrs. Moses P. Epstein, New
York, national past president.
Mrs. Epstein, active leader in
Zionist affairs for many years,
will speak on five occassions dur-
ing the conference. She will par-
ticipate in an open forum Sun-
day evening at the Miami Beach
Center. Topic of the discussion
will be "Israel Faces Tomorrow."
Mrs. Moses Epstein
Mrs. Epstein will also speak at
the Hadassah Medical Organiza-
tion luncheon Monday where she
will discuss "Our Responsibility
for Hadassah's Health Program.'
At the banquet closing the con-
ference to be held at the Bay-
front Park Auditorium Tuesday
night Mrs. Epstein will deliver an
address.
Mrs. Epstein is slated to give
two radio addresses during her
stay here. The first will be Sun-
day morning from 9:30 to 10 over
WQAM. She will also participate
in a round table discussion with
other Zionist leaders over the
same station Monday night. The
subject to be discussed is "Com-
monplace Life in Israel."
Now chairman of the national
political committee, Mrs. Epstein
headed a 28-women delegation to
the World Zionist Congress in
played an important role in the
proceedings of the first peace-
time Zionist gathering.
Mrs. Epstein has served six
terms as head of the Women's
Zionist Organization of America
and has represented Hadassah at
many Zionist congresses abroad
in past years. Her work in va-
rious Hadassah activities has been
recognized throughout the coun-
try. She is also a member of the
World Zionist Actions Commit-
tee, and has participated in the
crucial decisions made by that
body during the past two years.
Mr. Murray Sanders, professor
of bacteriology, University of Mi-
ami, will speak at the luncheon
of the Hadassah Medical Organ-
ization on Monday afternoon at
the Columbus roof. His subject
will be "Health in a Pioneer
Community."
The Greater Miami Chapter of
Hadassah is extending an invita-
tion to the entire community to
attend Town Hall Meeting of the
Air "Israel Faces Tomorrow"
Sunday evening at 8:30 p.m. at
the Miami Beach Center.
Moderator will be Mrs. Max
Dobrin, with Mrs. Moses P. Ep-
stein, national political chairman,
Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink, Mi-
ami Beach, and Mortimer May,
national vice president of the
Zionist Organization of America,
as speakers.
Social events planned for the
Hadassah conference here in-
clude a Zionist Family Lunch-
eon Sunday at the McAllister Ho-
tel, a buffet supper at the Miami
Beach Center Sunday evening,
HMO luncheon to be held Mon-
day afternoon at the Columbus
Hotel roof, and a coffee hour
out of town visitors who will be
guests of the Conference of Jew-
ish Women's Organizations of
Dade County.
Climaxing the three-day meet-
ing, will be a banquet at the Bay-
front Park Auditorium with
prominent national and regional
speakers. A sightseeing tour has
been arranged for delegates pre-
ceding the buffet supper on Sun-
day.
Tickets for the two luncheons
may be obtained by calling Mrs.
N. Douglas Raff, 6-3585, Mrs. Jack
M. Fishman, 2-1083 and Mrs. Alex
Robbins, 5-6219. Reservations for
Monday night for delegates and man, 6-4954.
Mrs. Max Dobrin
the banquet Tuesday evening are
being taken by Mrs. Leonard
Barr, 5-1986, Mrs. William Bern-
stein, 5-4388, Miss Roslyn Klein,
2-7115, and Miss Lillian Good-
Israel To Consider British Relief
To Arab Forces Truce Violation
TEL AVIV, (JTA)Israel will
consider it a most serious breach
of the Palestine truce if Britain
accedes to the Transjordan re-
quest to take over military re-
sponsibility for the southern
Transjordanian-Israeli border, an
official Israeli spokesman de-
clared here this week.
The spokesman pointed out that
if the British patrol the Negev
border from Aqaba to the Dead
Sea, the Arab Legion forces in
that area would be released for
use on other fronts. He also de-
nied the recurrent allegations of
Israeli crossings of Transjordan
border.-


Barkley To Address
Zionist Banquet
Vice President of the United
States. Alben W. Barkley. will
address the annual Zionist re-
ception and banquet to be held
Sunday. April 3,
at 6 p.m. at the?
Grossinfter Pan-
coast Hotel, ac-
cording to Alfred
Stone, president
of the Miami
Beach Zionist Dis-
trict.
Co-chairmen of
the event arc Isi
d o r e Goldberg.
Seymour Rubin
and Matt h c \v
Silverstein who
urge thai reserva-
tions be made
now by calling or
writing the Zionist offic
Lincoln Road. 88-4643.
A reception for the Vice Presi-
dent will be held in the cocktail
room of the hotel promptly at t;
p.m. arc", will be followed by the
banquet in the main d n rig room
of the hotel at which time vice
Plans For Mt. Sinai Hospital Auxiliary
Near Completion, Mrs. Dobrin Announces
Preliminary plans for the or-
ganization of the Mt. Sinai Hospi-
tal Women's Auxiliary are near-
ing completion, according to Mrs.
Max Dobrin. member of the Mt.
Sinai Hospital board of trusties
and chairman of the temporary
planning committee for the
auxiliary.
Mrs. Dobrin stated that the
temporary planning committee of
-S women is representative of
the total membership of all or-
ganizations represented in the
Dade County Conference of Jew-
ish Women "These women have
been asked to undertake the job
of preparing the groundwork for
the organization,' Mrs. Dobrin
Other members of the commit-
tee are: the Mesdames Emanuel
Baskind. Camille Baum. Freda
Glosser Bernstein. Leon Ell.
Frederick Grossberg. Sarah Hol-
land. Maxwell Hyman. Louis
Krcnskv. Isaac Levin. Rhoda Le-
vine. Gerald Lewis. Alfred Mam-
let, Leo Robinson. Jandon
Schwarz, H. U. Feibelman, Monte
Selig. Sam Simonhoff, Joss
Spirer, Jake Spitz. Harold Turk.
J. Udell. Carl Weinkle and Nat
Williams.
239
President Berkley will address
the guests
Proceeds will go to support
Zion st proj) rts sue i as the Y
Mo> emenl ti air ing of j
leadership Jewish National Fund
and the Zionist Emergency Coun-
Top Price
MEN'S USED
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CLOTHING
ALS
432 N. MIAMI AVE.
Phone 2-3213
MIAMI'S OLDEST
FURNITURE MOVERS
said "Within the next three
weeks we will be prepared to
open the membership to any
woman who wants to join the
auxiliary, and we hope to reach
every woman, in this area. We
plan to go along with temporary
officers ami chairmen until we
have enrolled a large number of
woiv.cn. We will then complete
the permanent
w hich will operate
cratic constitution and by-laws.
subject to the approval of the
board of trustees of the hospi-
tal -
The first public function of ti*
new auxiliary is scheduled for
May 12. which, is National Hos-
pital Day. If the construction
work at Mt Sinai has progressed
sufficiently by that time, the
hospital grounds at 4300 Alton
R '..d e open for public in-
spt ftion.
Officers t I e committee are:
Mrs Max D brin, chairman; Mrs.
Harry Kaufman, recording secre-
tary; Mrs. Harry Markowitz, cor-
responding secretary; Mrs. Alex-
ander Kogan. financial secretary;
Mrs. Joseph Lipton, treasurer.
Affair To Honor
Israeli Officer
The story of the struggle in Is-
rael, particularly the fighting in
the Negev, will be told by Capt.
Yaakov Wayland Tuesday eve-
ning at a reception to be given
in his honor at the Beth El Social
hall. 17th Ave. and S.W. 5th St.
Capt. Wayland is the Israeli of-
ficer who for nearly five months
. held the bottleneck between the
organization j Negev and the path to the Jewish
under a demo- coastal communities. He is here
as a representative of the His-
tadrut, Israeli organization of the
Jewish workers and pioneers.
A former officer in the British
Army. Capt. Wayland Ls the mili-
tary \commar.der of Negba. a
farming community of 350 men.
women and children, astride the
El Majdal-Faluja Road. The in-
habitants of this community beat
back an Egyptian army twenty
times as great numerically as the
defenders. The defense of Negba.
acclaimed by Prime Minister
David Ben Gurion. enabled the
Israeli army to prepare its south-
ern defenses and to make the
successful offensive into the
Negev.
The public is invited. There
Mount Pleasant Convalescent Home
HAS BEEN COMPLETELY RENOVATED
And is Now Under the Personal Supervision of-
RUTH WEISS, It. \.
EUGENE WEISS, Pod. G.
JEWISH DIETARY LAWS OBSERVED
24 HOUR REGISTERED NURSES' CARE
CHEERFUL HOMELIKE SURROUNDINGS
SPECIAL DIETS PREPARED
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Phone 82-5395
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Members of the Coral Gables B'nai Brith Lodge bowling*
earr. receive trophies for their rictory in the B'nai Brith league
w..ich closed last week. "BeneYolence" team is pictured with Nat
Lawrence third from Lj high indiridual scorer for the season
w-.t.. a tally of 174. Awards were made at the organisation's second
Sue? ?}* ban^et- Ia Pfa' ft to r.) Martin M
u/n u I5"aTlt* Nat Lawrence. Ben Parker. Ruben Paul and
William Hech.er. Fifty men in the B'nai B'rilh group participated
in tte weeeuy matches held at Playdium Bowling Alleys. Ed
we.fe :s .eagre president.
(Jmeofii
mwuu eiince
Attention to every detail of Jewish religious
requirements in an atmosphere of beauty
and peace distinguishes our service to the
Jewish family.
Our two complete funeral chapels are up-to-
the-minute in every detail of their equip-
mentbeautifully furnished and decorated
throughout.
W0 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS
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^AY^MARCH ZSV1949;
*'Jewistnoridian
Jews In Sports
I Jobman Opens
Law Offices
It appears that Brooklyn will
finallv get its Jewish baseball
nlaver. Cal Abrams has been
murdering the ball all through
the spring training grind and has
caught the eye of the coaches and
Manager Burt Shotton. Even
Marse Branch Rickey has im-
plied that Calvin is ready to
make the jump to the big time.
S was raised in the City of
Churches, and has a large follow-
ing among the Flatbush clientele
His mother, an accomplished
Dianist, joined her son during the
earlv weeks of the conditioning
erind, and entertained the Dodg-
ers with her fine piano playing.
Manager Red Rolfe of the De-
troit Tigers is giving Myron Gins-
burg every opportunity to make
the grade. Ginsburg is a local
boy and will be a big attraction
at the gate. The Tigers did very
well financially when Hank
Greenbcrg was in his prime. They
are not forgetting the large turn-
outs of Jewish baseball fans that
came to see the big fellow belt
the ball out of the park. Right
now, Myron appears to be num-
ber two catcher on the squad,
right behind Robinson, the form-
er Yankee maskman.
Basketball scouts, for over a
hundred colleges, were congre-
gated in the Met area during the
PSAI, High School playoffs. Con-
siderable attention was paid to
the almost all-Jewish Abe Lin-
coln five, the favorite to win the
highly coveted city crown. Lin-
coln will graduate six-feet-four-
inch Mark Solomon, six-foot-
three inch Arch Lipton, and five-
feet-ten inch Joe Massa, a Span-
ish boy. who are eagerly sought
by numerous universities. An-
other starter, Mike Sedacca, will
also leave school at the culmina-
tion of the present term.
Hollywood News
DOV Chapter To
Hold Games Nite
The DOV Chapter of Mizrachi
Women's Organization will spon-
sor a games and dessert party
Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the Beth El
auditorium, 500 S.W. 17th Ave.
Mrs. Rose Pertes, chairman, has
named Mrs. Samuel Wilchyk as
her co-chairman. Assisting them
will be the Mesdames Anna Bear,
Ethel Burnstein, Isador Cohen,
HOLLYWOODThe success of
20th Century-Fox's "Sitting
Pretty," produced by that studio's
ace Samuel G. Engel, has meant
a triple payoff for Gwen Daven-
port, whose book, "Mr. Belve-
dere," provided the basis for the thel Burnstein> Isador Conen,
picture. The agreement made by,s Geltner, Israel Sakawitz,
the studio eives her $25,000 everv 1 ._u_ ....'___1 ti-r c4Qin.
All funds raised will be used
for the rehabilitation of war or-
phans in the Mizrachi Camp in
Ranana.
Members and friends are in-
vited to attend. Admission is $1
and tickets may be purchased at
the door.
Film Strips On
Israel Available
Seymour Brenner
James Dauid Liebman
James David Liebman an-
nounces the opening of offices
for the general practice of law in
association with the firm of Katz
& Fuller, suite 549-553 Seybold
Bldg., Miami, Fla.
Liebman has been active in
Zionist work in the Miami area
for the last 12 years and is one
of the founders of the Greater
Miami Chapter of Masada.
After his release from the
Navy, where he served as a gun-
nery officer in the Pacific, Lieb-
man resumed his studies at the
University of Miami, and was
graduated from the University of
Miami School of Law.
fu i.At K u"TSSueo*lSam Geltner, Israel Sakawitz,
he studio gives her $25,000 every I Martha Sacks and Harry stein-
time the Belvedere character ap-1 j3acn
pears in a film, even if Gwen
has been in no other way re-
sponsible for the story.
She is getting her first $25,000
in this manner on "Mr. Belve-
dere Goes to College," now wind-
ing up production. As in "Sitting
Pretty," the part is played by
Clifton Webb. Still another way
that the original book sale proved
profitable to the author was 20th's
quick snap-up of an original
story she presented, "Spare the
Rod." The comedy about a child
psychologist, got Miss Davenport
another $25,000. It is now in pro-
duction.
The next independent feature
film production by Jack Benny
will be "Time for Elizabeth," an
adaptation of a play by Norman
Krasna and Groucho Marx which
had a short run on Broadway last
fall. Benny, Krasna and Marx
will serve as co-producers on the
film, with Jack starring. It will
probably be made at Universal.
National magazine humorist
and novelist S. J. Perelman, who
is en route with his wife and
two children to Siam, will live
in Bangkok for a year, doing
articles for Holiday magazine
which later will be published by
Simon and Schuster in book form.
Perelman's last series of Holiday
pieces were brought out by S&S
last August, titled "Westward
Ha," and to date the book has
sold 58,000 copies, twice the total
of any previous Perelman book.
Off the Record
BEVIN'S HEAVEN
Bevin would like nothing
better than seeing a break in
the current Israeli-Transjordan
armistice talks ... He is to visit
Washington next month .
Should no settlement be reached
by then he will try to sell Secre-
tary of State Acheson a number
of his ideas on the Palestine ques-
tion Don't be surprised if he
makes a dramatic appearance
before the General Assembly in
a plea against Israel's admission
to the UN Calm advisors have
urged him against such a move
. But Bevin is known to follow
only Bevin's advice ... He still
hopes to torpedo the current
Rhodes talks Resumption of
fighting, he believes, would give
him an opening to have the UN
reconsider its own settlement of
Inclusion of "Film Strips on Is- the issue ... He is a pipedream-
rael" in the "Films for Demo-1 er with all the habits of that
cracy" library of the Florida re-1 clan His new line is that it
gional office of the Anti-Defama- was a mistake of Britain to have
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Taxation Conclave
Scheduled at the Roney Plaza
Hotel, Miami Beach, April 4 to
8, is the fourth annual conference
on federal taxation. The confer-
ence includes lectures by nation-
ally prominent tax experts and is
under the direction of J. K. Las-
ser, C.P.A., of New York, tax
authority and writer on matters
relating to taxation.
Under the sponsorship of the
University of Miami, the confer-
ence receives co-operation from
the Institute on Federal Taxa-
tion of New York university, the
Florida State Bar Association, the
Dade County Bar Association and
the Florida Institute of Account-
ants.
Three previous conferences
have met with great favor by at-
torneys, insurance men, business
executives and private citizens
of the metroDolitan area. The lec-
turers discuss and explain every
phase of federal taxation, with
emphasis on a review of alterna-
tives available in the reduction
of such taxes.
Registration for the conference,
either for the entire duration or
for any single day, may be made
by mail or by visiting the office
of the Division of Adult Educa-
tion, in the administration build-
ing on the main campus, Uni-
versity of Miami.
tion League of B'nai B'rith has
been announced by Gilbert J.
Balkin, director. Covering a wide
variety of subjects pertaining to
Israel, the film strips interpret
the unfolding history of the state
and the people.
Included in the series are: "To-
gether We Toil," "A Culture Re-
born," "CitiesOld and New,"
"HaganahDefenders of Israel,"
"Planning For Peace," "The Holy
Places," "Industries of Israel,"
"The New State of Israel," "My
Brother's Keeper," "Children of
Destiny," "Israeli Primer," and
"The People of Israel."
The film strips are adaptable
for showing as a phase of club
and organization meetings and
programs, as well as for utiliza-
tion in study courses and discus-
sion groups on the State of Is-
rael.
They are available to organiza-
tions, schools, synagogues and
temples, churches, labor unions
and other groups in the commun-
ity and throughout the state, Mr.
Balkin announced. Request for
showing may be made by con-
tacting the Florida regional ADL
office, 330 Seybold Building, Mi-
ami, phone 3-6306.
yielded the Mandate and gotten
out of Palestine ... He has told
American diplomats in London
that the're were certain military
miscalculations when the British
Cabinet decided to throw the
Palestine baby into the laps of
the UN The miscalculations
are evident ... He and his anti-
Jewish clique believed the Arabs
might solve the problem before
the UN could reach a decision
. Bevin still cannot see Israel
as a fact and is looking for pre-
texts to embarrass and harass the
new state His ambition is to
thwart establishment of friendly
relations between Israel and the
neighboring Arab states The
"war scare" his Foreign Office
created had one purpose ... To
create confusion and restore
strain.
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point of festivities was reached
when each guest was given an
opportunity to go for a trot on
two Donies brought to the campus
for the occasion.
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FRIDAY, MARCH 25. 1949
EDITORIAL

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EQUAL RIGHTS
TO ALL-
HIS CORNERSTONE
Israel And The C. \.
Though it was a foregone conclusion that the
Security Council would act favorably on Israel's
UN membership application, the actual decision
was a historic event because it has opened the
door of the United Nations to the new state. The
occasion showed that the world has finally come
to recognize that Israel is firmly established mili-
tarily and diplomatically, and that it is ready to
play its destined role in the family of nations.
That the Egyptian delegate would make a
dramatic z'.e-z against admission was naturally
to be expected. Ke had to do it for home con-
sumption. However, Britain's course in abstaining
at a time when it has given de facto recognition
to the new state is a horse of a different color.
The British tried to justify his government's posi-
tion, cut h_3 statement was lacking both in logic,
straig-tiorv.-caar.ess and the diplomatic cuteness
for wnich Britain is so famous.
The key to Britain's position before the Security
Council is to be found in Rhodes, where the
cr-.-stice negotiations with Transjordan that were
expected to run so smoothly have suddenly hit
upon a snag. And interestingly enough, British
tar.ics have repeated themselves. We still re-
rr.err.he: that when Egypt's morale was at its low-
est, and when Cairo gave indications of early
agreement, Bevin created a crisis by staling that
he would use force, if necessary, against Israel,
in fulfillment of a British treaty with Egypt which
Cairo itself had repudiated. Now that Amman de-
cided to negotiate with Israel, Britain's govern-
ment again injected the issue of mysterious Is-
raeli troop movements, thus hinting trouble was
still chead.
The masters of 10 Downing Street still are de-
termined to trip Isrcel if they can.
Have You
Made Your
Contribution?
1949
Combined
Jewish Appeal
A Great Cause
A Mighty Quota
A Great Jew and
Great American
"After a long life I still believe in one world
and one humanity with freedom under law, with
justice and peace for all peoples and races and
faiths." This was the testament of faith of one of
America's and Jewry's greatDr. Stephen S.
Wiseas he reached the age of seventy-five.
Dr. Wise has been one of the most active
figures on the American, Jewish and world scene
for more than fifty years. An idealist by inclina-
tion and tradition, he has stood at the helm of
every forward movement in the United States,
fighting for the rights of the Jew. the Negro, the
workingman and the aggrieved everywhere, ring-
ing his convictions with a voice and sincerity
reminiscent of the ancient prophets in Israel. The
voice of the golden orator of the earlier days still
rings over the land in every community where
there are Jews. At seventy-five his voice is mellow-
er. But his thoughts are sharper. The fervor of
youth has given way to the glow of wisdom and
retrospection. The belief that was his as he first
stepped on pulpit has crystallized into a profound
faitha faith in man and humanity which has
remained unshaken even by the tragic events of
our generation.
Historians, sociologists and psychologists for
years have been seeking the key to Jewish
existence through the ages in face of adversity
and persecution which would have ended the
chapter of a less tenacious people. The explana-
tions have been many. But in the end it was one
factor which has largely been responsible for
Jewish survivalfaith. Read the history of the
Jews since the dispersion and you find that the
outstanding cohesive force in their lives was be-
Welcome Israel
Dr. Wise Marks 7 Iraqi Jews Sentenced
75th Birthday To Death In Absentia
lief, belief in God, belief in redemption, belief in
the basic goodness of man, belief in the ultimate
emergence of a just society and belief in the re
turn to Zion. Dr. Wise epitomizes that charact-
eristic in Jewish life to the highest degree.
Only a man of great faith could have said
some four years ago, when the picture was still
so blurred, that he will live to see the establish-
ment of a Jewish state in Palestine. Dr. Wise's
prophecy has been fulfilled, and probably the
happiest moment in his life was when he re-
ceived an invitation from President Weizmann
to visit Israel.
In a century which has witnessed so much
destruction. Dr. Wise has been a builder. May
the Lord strengthen his hands as a builder of
Israel for many, many years to come.
Welcome
Miami will be honored this weekend with the
presence of Mrs. Moses P. Epstein. National Past
President of Hadassah. Mrs. Epstein has played a
dominant role in Zionist affairs for many years
and will bring to her hosts, the Hadassah South-
eastern Regional Conference, a wealth of up-to-
date information on the Zionist picture.
Several hundred women from the entire South-
eastern Region are expected to participate in the
three-day sessions devoted to "Israel Faces To-
morrow."
We bid welcome to Mrs. Epstein, our dis-
tinguished guest, and know that her presence
here and the message she will bring will inspire
Hadassah to continue its good work.
NEW YORK. UTA,Dr. Ste-
phen S. Wise this week cele-
brated his 75th birthday. Con-
gratulatory messages were re-
ceived by him from numerous
Jewish and Don-Jewish digni-
taries, as well as from Jewish
communities in Europe. Latir.
America, Australia and other
areas.
The American Jewish Congress,
of which Dr. Wise is president,
announced this week the estab-
lishment of four annual Stephen
S. Wise awards of SI.500 each
"in recognition of outstanding
service or for the encouragement
of creative contribution" in the
'development of Israel ar.d Is-
raeli-American relations, the de-
fense of the rights and status of
Jews in other lands, the enrich-
ment of Jewish cultural and reli-
gious life and the guarantee of
full civil rights in the U.S. for all
persons."
WASHINGTON. (JTA) Ed-
ward S. Crocker, America.-. Am-
bassador to Iraq, has cabled the
State Department that the seven
Jews sentenced to death in Iraq
were sentenced in absentia, a De-
partment spokesman said this
j week. However, the names of the
men were not the same as those
I listed in the original report.
1 Ambassador Crocker cabled
.from Baghdad that 15 Jews were
also sentenced to prison in ab-
sentia and that he is continuing
to check into the situation. He
.listed those sentenced to death
as: Haron Kaddouri, Edilia Gur-
]1 y,inha- Ibrahim Nisma Shlome.
Zakki Sinior, Shlome Ezra Gurii
?ainuel iF"?. Gurj1' and Salinw
balan Ibrahim. It was inferred
mat these men held Iraqi citi-
zenship and are now serving in
' tne Israeli Army.
UJA Drive Opens
In Washington
WASHINGTON, (JTA) The
Clay Turns Down Draft
Indemnification Proposal
FRANKFURT (JTA)A draft
proposal of a plan to provide in-
demnification for victims of Naz-
ism submitted by a United States 1949 United"Je^dah Appeal cam!
zonal council of German pro-j paign for $250,000,000 for local
vincial leaders was rejected this and overseas needs was launched
week hv General Lucius Clay.' here this week-end at the two-
Commander of the American oc- j day National Rededication Con-
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corned by Jewish leaders, was'Jewish community leaders from
based on the fact that the plan : aU Pvts of the country who pre-
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did not include DP's.
I sented Henry Morgenthau, Jr.,
Silver Declines ZOA Presidenev
aS^Sff^S 'JTA' Dr 0r*anizat'n of Amerifa.
Abba Hillel Silver, chairman of
the American Zionist Emergency
Council, this week issued a state-
ment to the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency declining to be drafted
for the presidency of the Zionist
Last week, a movemet to draft
Dr. Silver for the Z.O.A. presi-
dency was launched at a meeting
in Miami of representatives of
Miami Zior.iit districts and Zion-
ist leaders from various sections
of the U.S.
Svrirt la R.J t d ;dJed not onlv for statehood, but
oyna is Heady To Begin also to open the doors of the
Armistice Talks country to immigration of Jewish
u5tedDNftions'pau!ti^; 2&? dl V Lake Success that he had
tor Dr Ralph JBunch?^hk, ^ Sd Sy"a*S accePtnce to his
week notified3 lAS&cSl' 2S23SJ &**""
refugees, Sharett stressed:
"But the gates opened and kept
open at the cost of blood can be
of no avail for the admission of
people if on arrival they are un-
able to settle and become pro-
ductive. Here is where the col-'
lective responsibility of the en-
tire Jewish people must come
into play. If they share in the
glory of Israel, they must share
in its travail."
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mnAY. MABCH 25, 1949
I). Of M. To Conduct
Palsy Forums
A scries of educational forums
iH be given at the University of
.. ,i under the auspices of the
SKount? Society for Crippled
Children. The following programs
Svfbeen arranged by Gene M.
Joeninger. chairman assisted by
C^rvin Marks and will be held in
room L-2, main campus, of the
""E'Sst forum will be held
Tuesday, April 5, at 8 p.m. with
Tack Emerson, professor of psy-
chology at the university speak-
ne on "Neurological Aspects of
Cerebral Palsy."
On Wednesday, April 13, at 8
m Dr. C Raymond Van Dusen,
head of the speech department
al the university will speak on
"Speech Therapy." Dr. Van Dusen
will also comment on the film,
"Speech Training for the Handi-
capped Child," which will be
shown the same evening.
A panel discussion will be held
on the problems of the cerebral
palsied child and young adult,
Tuesdav. April 19, at 8 p.m. This
will include all phases, such as
physical therapy, occupational
therapy, special education, re-
creation and vocational rehabilit-
ation. ,.
On Wednesday, April 27, at 8
pm., Dr. Seymour Blumenthal,
psychologist at the University of
Miami Guidance Center, will
speak on "Psychological Prob-
lems of the Cerebral Palsied." A
film also will be shown, "A Day
in the Life of a Cerebral Palsy
Child." This film was made in
cooperation with Dr. Winthrop M.
Phelps at his Children's Rehabil-
itation Institute at Cockeyesville,
Maryland. Both films are a court-
esy of the National Society for
Crippled Children, affilation of
Dade County Society for Crippled
Children.
No admission will be charged,
as this is a public service feature.
In conjunction with the local
Easter Seal campaign, this forum
is being conducted as the first
step in educating the public on
the seriousness of the cerebral
palsv problem. It is the hope of
the Dade County Society that
many students will become in-
terested in the cerebral palsy
problem and will choose one of
the various phases of specialized
personnel as a career to follow.
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Cancer Groups
Unite For Drive
Seeking a membership of 20,-
000 and a fund of $100,000, the
local unit of the American Cancer
Society and the Dade County
Cancer Institute have joined
forces to conduct the first all-
community appeal to get under
way April 1.
Seventy-five per cent of the
funds raised will remain in Dade
County to equip and operate the
institute now nearing comple-
tion, according to Oscar F. Miller,
recently appointed chairman of
the campaign. The remainder, he
said, will be used by the Ameri-
can Cancer Society for clinical
research.
The Dade County Cancer In-
stitute, which will be dedicated
some time in April, cost approx-
imately $300,000 to build and
equip, Miller reported. Located
close to Jackson Memorial Hos-
pital, the clinic is one of 40 simi-
lar cancer detection facilities in
the country. Upon completion it
will include the most modern
equipment available.
The appeal will be an educa-
onal campaign as well as an]
effort to raise funds.
Miller said that membership in ]
the county institute and the na-'
tional society will be on a give-
what-you-can basis.
J. Gerald Lewis, president of I
the Dade County Cancer Insti- [
tutc, said that the community
can well be proud of the new I
clinic which is being built en-
tirely from public contributions.
Lewis announced that the $100,-
000 given by Walter Minchell
from the Damon Runyon Cancer
Fund to the local fund has been
allocated for research$75,000 to
the University of Miami and
$25,000 to the University of.Flor-l
ida.
Besides Miller, members of thel
fund-raising, committee are J
Gerald Lewis, W. George Ken-
nedy, M. J. Franco, Herman Bin-
der, Dan J. Mahoney, Mrs. T. V.
Moore, Mrs. T. T. Stevens, Mrs.
J. H. Kreiger, the Rev. E. W.
Ullrich, Mrs. Charles Interline,
DaVid Phillips, John D. Mont-|
gomery and John S- Knight.
Headquarters for the drive are I
126 N.E. 1st St.
Habonim Dance
An Oriental atmosphere will
pervade the dance to be given by
the Miami Bonim group of the
Habonim, tomorrow night at the
Beth El Center, 500 S.W. 17th
Ave.
Highlight of the evening will
be a floor show, which will in-
clude talented teen agers. Slated
to appear are Sarah Siderman,
whose specialty is Latin Ameri-
can dances; Edward Pastroff,
pianist; Carl Schramock, bari-
tone.
Admission is 35 cents stag and
50 cents drag.
IN at "I Council To
Conduct Services
In celebration of Purim, the
only holiday in Jewish history
honoring a woman, services this
evening in many of the syna-
gogues and temples of Greater
Miami will be dedicated to the
National Council of Jewish
Women.
Mrs. Nathaniel Levin will be
guest speaker at the Congrega-
tion Beth David with Mrs. Lewis
Brown and Mrs. Leonard Egert
giving the responsive reading.
Other members of the organiza-
tion who will participate in
services are: Mrs. Stanley C.
Myers, Temple Israel; Mrs. Aaron
Farr, Temple Beth Sholom; Mrs.
Alexander Libow, Miami Beach
Jewish Community Center: Mrs.
Edward L. Cowen, Temple Isaiah.
Cardiac Unit To Meet
The Dade Chapter of the Na-
tional Children's Cardiac Home
will hold its next meeting Wed-
nesday at 1:30 p.m. at Temple
Beth Sholom.
PENICILLIN DUST
For treatment of Sinusitis, Ear
and Respiratory Infections
Dr. Springmyer, Physician
79th St. Clinic
249 N.W. 79th St. Ph.78-M07
Young Pianist To
Give Concert
The American Veterans Com-
mittee will present Irving Heller,
rising young American pianist, in
his first Miami concert Tuesday
at 8:30 p.m. at the Miami Beach
High School.
Heller, who was born in Provi-
dence. R. I., almost 28 years ago,
began to play the piano without
instruction at the age of three,
showing such promise that by
the time he had reached the age
of six he was performing in pub-
lic. But not until two years later
did he begin regular pianistic
studies which led to appearances
with prominent symphony or-
chestra.s and also to weekly radio
concerts at which he performed
his own compositions as well as
those of the classical repertoire.
In 1940 he won a scholarship
at the world-famed Julliard
School of Music in New York. He
completed the four year course
there in one and a half years and
won the Memorial Award for
Piano. He continued his studies
a graduate artist in consulta-
tion with Gaston Dethier, the
Belgian organist and colleague of
baint-Sacns, and Carl Friedberg,
tamed exponent of the romantic
school and pupil of Clara Shu-
mann and Johannes Brahms.
. The young pianist has concert-
ed widely, giving performances
at Town Hall in New York and
?n New York radio stations. Dur-
ing the 1948 season he appeared
m South America, where he was
V"Y well received.
Since his arrival in Miami on
Monday Heller has been enter-
'ained by Mme, Mana-Zucca and
*as honor guest at Miss Bertha
'osters weekly musicale. Judge
Kenneth Oka will be host to a
jweption in his honor Sunday
a"ernoon at the Sorrento Hotel.
Jickets for the artist's initial
Performance in this area may he
obtained at Condave's. 1224
U'hington Ave.; Ardmore
SKr ?tWest 41st St; Miami
SSd adl Co- 1219 Linco,n
E St.acey Uniform Shop, 1577
23haaAve.:FreedomHouse
New Show Opens
At Roumanian
Ushering in a new show to-
night at the Roumanian Theatre
Restaurant will be Leo Fuchs,
popular Yiddish comedian, billed
as the "Jewish Cowboy." Also
featured will be Bruce Howard,
who formerly co-starred with
Rudy Vallee at the Latin Casino,
and Mildred Jocelyn, singing
feminine lead of "Up in Central
Park" and "Sweethearts." Ken
Jones' Rhumba-American Band
will round out the entertainment.
Naming Ceremonies Will
Highlight Gables Service
The naming of the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Corenblum
will highlight the services of the
Coral Gables Jewish Center to be
conducted at Pratt Hospital
Chapel at 8:15 tonight. The par-
ents w#H be hosts at a reception
following the ceremonies. Canter
Joseph W. Malek will present the
liturgical portion of the services
and Rabbi S. M. Machtei will de-
liver the sermon.
Beth El Seder
The Beth El Sisterhood recent-
ly voted to hold its meetings on
the second Wednesday of each
month.
The group is formulating plans
for a Passover Seder to be held
in the Dora August Memorial
Hall. 500 S.W. 17th Ave. The
kitchen has been decorated for
the holidays and new utensils
have been purchased. Mrs. Leo
Oster is chairman of the affair.
For further information call
9-3279.
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FRIDAY, MARCH 25, I949


Mrs. Sudarski Here In Behalf Of
Jewish Lithuanian Cultural Society
Ifn AlU 5uia:;>. is vising
Miami in behali ::' the J
Lithuanian Cultural 5: ac tj H
husband Dr M Sudarski, s
siciar author and column 51
the Jewish Daily News, is
laborat:r.g with
the publicati d I tevy
bout the past rf Dthuaniaa
Jewry
Sir.ce all Jews in Lit
have been virtually extei "-
ed."' Mrs. Sudarskv says, it is
urgent to save from livion
their great cultural and -----
c r.tr.'r. _\ '.-. ='c these
will contain article ted bj
the greatv-: living authorities ::.
the subjects The hist ry I
Lithuanian Jews is handled by
iuch experts as [ rtors .- -
nitecer. Bruzkus. J F. binson. J
Berg-:-.-. Aar tl S1 L.
Lowen U and thers the
great achieven ent 1 L:1
Jews in religious lore are rec-
orded by Profess L
C. H Tchernowitz and ?..-
A:::-, a: ::r.5ky A nu;
of essays n eultui
social, literary, and econ
su:-v;ts are written by such
known writers a^ V. Schuli
D. W. Schwartz, S. Back, J
Hell r H. Lang, B. L01 3 Z
G .idberg. Osip Dyn :':' D
r A. Reisen, B. G. Ri
Jacob Shatzky, Herman Fi
and a host : thei men 1
lettei -
A meeting was held at th
e of Mrs. Fannie Sobel, 1"
Jarr.ed Ave., Miami Beach M
16. Harry Sirr.onh fl presided,
an I Mrs Sudarski spoke. Her ad-
lt v : the intellectual
achie1 en I Lith tanian Jew -
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ry ::.: theii tragic "-
Nazis Sh stress) i tl ( vt at .-.-
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Rural hi-jinks and costumes
will be the order of the day at
the first annual barn dance to be
sponsored by the North Shore
Women's Chapter of B'nai B'rith
tomorrow night at 8:15 at the
Miami Beach Y.
According to an announcement
by the president, Mrs. Stanley
Phillips, prizes will be awarded
for the most original costumes
and "penalties" levied against
dancers who fail to appear in
costume. Music for typical square
dances will be furnished by Tex
Dean and his Carefree Cowboys.
A floor show will be presented.
General chairman of the affair
is Mrs. Fred Somerstein, who
will be aided by Mrs. Norman
Russ, tickets; Mrs. Hal Evans,
decorations; Mrs. E. Levinson, re-
freshments; and the Mesdames
Solomon, Wagner, Silverstein,
Shiffman and First, arrange-
ments.
A program book will be given
free to all who attend.
Tickets are $1 per person and
may be secured from B'nai B'rith
Chapter members or at the door.
A portion of the proceeds will be
used to finance some of the chap-
ters' community service pro-
grams.
Young Judaea Group
Elects New Officers
Joel Rabin was elected presi-
dent fo the Weizmann Junior
Boys' Young Judaea at a meeting
of the organization Tuesday night
at the Miami Y. Others elected
to office were Herbert Schwartz,
vice president; Harvey Miller,
secretary; Jeffrey Harrman,
treasurer; Robert Cicero, serge-
ant-at-arms and program chair-
Movies will be featured at the
next meeting to be held Tuesday
at 7 p.m. at the Miami Y. Boys
between the ages of 10 and 15
interested in joining the group
are asked to call 3-5854. ^^^^
Spinoza Fomm Saturday
Dr. Harry C. Ward, author,
lecturer and professor emeritus
at Union Theological Seminary
of America will be guest speaker
tomorrow afternoon at 3:30 at the
Spinoza Outdoor Forum, 124 11th
Stn Miami Beach. Dr. Ward's
topic will be "Must We Have
War with Russia?" A question
and answer period will follow.
Dr Abraham Wolfson, author of
"Spinoza, Life of Reason," and
chairman of the forum, will con-
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Dinner Postponed
Leon J. Ell, chairman, Israel
Histadrut committee, announces
that due to unforseen circum-
stances beyond his control the
"Salute to Israel" dinner, sched-
uled for March 27, has been post-
poned until April 24 at the
Saxony Hotel. All invitations
dated March 27 will be honored
on April 24.______^_^
Students To Speak
Edward Klein and Edward Res-
nick, students at the University
of Florida, will address the
luncheon club of Sholem Lodge
of B'nai B'rith today at 12:15 at
the Downtowner Restaurant, Sey-
bold Building. Their topic will
be "The New University of Flor-
ida."______
The Jewish Quiz Box
O.: What is the "Mapai?"
A.: "Mapai" is the name ot
the leading party in Israel to-
day. is the party of Prime
Minister David Ben Gunon It is
fundamentally a labor groupjs
program dedicates it to a devo-
tion to the construction of the
Jewish people in Israel as a free
W^ingWhP.et0,ieth. derivation of
'V&SS"Mapai" is an
abbreviation composed of tne
initials of the words: Miflegetn
Poalei Eretz Israel" which means
"The Party of Workers in the
La WnS.nelwa. this party
fAndedAcrutllby7theh"Mapai" is
merger of Wo previously inde-
known in Palestine as the
"Hapoel Hatzair" (Young Labor-
er) merged into one party which
is called the "Mapai." The "Poale
Zion" dates back to the year 1907
when it was organized in Hague
under the leadership of Boro-
chov. The "Zeire Zion" was or-
ganized in the year 1905 under
the leadership of A. D. Gordon
who is referred to by some as
preaching a "religion of labor
as his doctrine.
Q.: Is there a Communist
party in Israel?
A.: One of the twenty-one
parties listed in the last Israeli
election was a collective group
called the "Communists and non-
party list." The election results
proved that the Communists are
a relatively insignificant group
in Israel. What should be borne
in mind is the fact that whatever
infinitesimal group there is in
Israel who call themselves Com-
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Mr. and Mrs. Sam Prosterman, 4427 Royal Palm Ave., Mi-
ami Beach, have as their houseguests their son-in-law and
daughter. Dr. and Mrs. Herman Levy, and their children, Marsha
and Jerry, all of Chicago. Dr. Levy is a professor at the Uni-
versity of Illinois Medical School in Chicago.
* + *
Mrs. Donald (Enid) Smith of Akron, Ohio, recently returned
North after recuperating from an operation at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Firestone, 281 S.W. 28th Road.
* *
Miss Beatrice Shapoff, dauqhter of Mr. and Mrs. I. S.
Shapoff, 318 S.W. 28th Road, left for Hechalutz Training Farm
at Cream Ridge, N. J., where she will be trained for service in
Israel.
* *
Miss Dorothy Golden, daughter of the Edward Goldens,
1040 S.W. 6th St., is expected home from Duke University for
spring vacation. Dorothy was recently elected judicial secretary
of the women's student government.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Sid Lewis who operate Duncraggan Inn,
Hendersonville, N. C are at the CataHna Hotel, Miami Beach,
for a short stay before returning to North Carolina. The Lewises
have been wintering at the Yacht Basin Apartments in Clear-
water Beach, Fla.
*
Newlyweds from Philadelphia spending their honeymoon
at the Delano Hotel are Mr. and Mrs. Albert Siebner, married
on March 12. The bride is the former Miss Frances Singer. While
here, the couple is being entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Jules
Yellin, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Isen, and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Segal. They will remain for almost a month.
* M
Mr. and Mrs. George J. Talianoff, 4560 North Meridian Ave.,
Miami Beach, announce the birth of a daughter, Marsha Linda,
bom March 18 at St. Francis Hopsital. The Talianoffs are the
parents of another daughter, Susan.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ellis, 1224 S.W. 13th Ave., were hosts
at a birthday dinner in honor of Miss Evelyn Neugebauer, 2860
S.W. 22nd Terr. The Ellises and Miss Neugebauer are on the
teaching staff of the Beth Sholom Sunday School. The ladies are
also members of Tamara Chapter of Mizrachi Women. Marcia
and Elaine Ellis were responsible for table setting and decora-
tion.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Venet, 2110 S.W. 14th Terr., announce
the birth of a son, born Tuesday, March 22, at Doctors' Hospital,
Coral Gables. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Venetsky
and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard I. Gelbert, all of Miami. Great grand-
parents are Solomon I. Savitz of Brookline, Mass., and Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Goldberg of Mattapan, Mass. Mrs. Gelbert is cir-
culation manager of The Jewish Floridian. The bris will take
place Wednesday.
Mlzraehi I 'nil To
Give Donor Fete
The Tamara Chapter of Miz-
rachi Women will hold a donor
luncheon Wednesday at 12:30
p.m. at the Grossir.ger-Pancoast
Hotel, Miami
Beach. Mrs. Jen-
nie Grossinger,
owner of the ho-
tel, will serve as
hostess to the
group.
A fashion show
w i 1 t highlight
the affair, ac-
cording to Mrs.
Jack H. Kane,
chairman, and
Mrs. Ch a rlesAfrs. Grossinger
Turk, president,
will announce
the names of those persons whose
work will be recognized by life
memberships, as well as those
who will be included in the Gold-
en Book of Mizrachi.
FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1949
Children To Honor Louis Millers On
Golden Wedding Anniversary Sunday
Yiddish Film Stars
Appear On Plaza Bill
Opening yesterday at the Plaza
Theatre for a six-day personal
appearance were Seymour Recht-
zeit and Miriam Kressyn, na-
tionally known Yiddish song-
sters and film stars. The current
screen attraction features Boris
Thorrashefsky in "Bar Mitzvah."
vah."
E. M. Peretzmans
Married March 20
The marriage of Mr. and Mrs.
Edwin Martin Peretzman was
solemnized Sunday, March 20, at
4 o'clock at the Beth Sholom
Temple. Rabbi Leon Kronish per-
formed the ceremony.
Mrs. Peretzman, the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Klein,
1110 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach,
is a graduate of the Miami Beach
High School and was a model
before her marriage. Mr. Peretz-
man is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles M. Peretzman of 926 13th
St., Miami Beach. He also at-
tended Miami Beach High
School and served three vears in
the Navy.
Following the ceremonv. a sup-
per was given at the Shelborne
Hotel for the immediate family.
Later the couple left for a four-
week wedding trip. On their re-
turn, they, will move into their
new home at 2200 S.W. 23rd Terr.
Invitations will be sent out for
open house to relatives and
friends.
Zionist Youth Counsel
Announces Israeli Tour
The Southern Zionist Youth
Commission, in cooperation with
Lou Schwartzman of the Atlanta
Bureau of Jewish Education is
announcing tentative plans for a
seven-week Israeli tour to be
conducted for ten to fifteen south-
ern young men and women.
The three weeks travelling to
and from Israel will be spent
studymg Hebrew, the history of
Palestine and mapping out those
things which the group would
like most to see and do during
their montn-long stay. Estimated
cost of the tour will be about
$1,000. The tour will begin the
latter part of June.
c,JSe, interested in making
such a tour are asked to contact
Lou Schwartzman, Bureau of
Jewish Education, 608 Paters
Bldg. Atlanta, 3g or the Sou?"
2 Zionist Youth Commission
702 Peters Bldg., Atlanta, Ga
Evelyn Kaplan To
Wed Stanley Falke
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kaplan of
2907 Sheridan Ave., Miami Beach,
announce the June wedding of
their daughter, Evelyn, to Stanley
Falke, son of Mrs. Rose Falke
of Miami.
Miss Kaplan is a graduate of
the Miami Beach High school and
the Charron-Williams Commer-
cial college. She is assistant audi-
tor at the Shelborne Hotel. Her
fiance served with the Navy for
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Evelyn Kaplan
three and a half years in the
Mediterranean Theatre of Opera-
tions and is now a student in the
University of Miami's school of
accounting.
The nuptials have been set for
June 5 at 2:30 p.m. in the Kaplan
home with Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man officiating.
Attending the bride will be
maid of honor, Miss Henrietta
Rosenthal. Best man will be the
groom-elect's brother, Al Falke.
Immediately following the wad-
ding reception, the newlyweds
will take a honeymoon trip
throughout Florida. Upon their
return they will reside in Miami
Beach.
Betrothal Announced
The engagement of Delphine
Weinberg to Sumner Glazer, a
son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Glazer, 2528 S.W. 10th St., and
Brookline, Mass., was announced
by her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Weinberg, 1225 S.W. 22nd
Terr., at a cocktail party honor-
ing the bride-elect on the occa-
sion of her birthday anniversary.
Miss Weinberg attended Wash-
ington University in St. Louis,
where the family formerly re-
sided. Her fiance attended schools
in Boston.
No date has been set for the
wedding.
Mrs. Brodsky Entertains
Committee Members
Mrs. Jack Brodsky, chairman
of the nominating committee of
Temple Itaiah Sisterhood, enter-
tained her committee at a lunch-
eon Tuesday at her home, 951
Bay Drive, Miami Beach.
Guests were the Mesdames Ben
Silver, Ann Berry, Joseph Rosen-
thai and H. Lencer. A slate will
be brought in at the April meet-
ing.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Louis Miller
In honor of the golden wedding
anniversary of Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Miller, their children,
Harry Miller, Mrs. A. E. Woolfe
and Mrs. Sol Leslie, will give a
reception and buffet supper at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Miller, 4340 Nautilus Drive, Mi-
ami Beach, Sunday at 5:30 p.m.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will
perform the ceremony which will
begin at 6 p.m. The Rev. Maurice
Mamches will offer the tradition-
al liturgical selections and Rose-
mary Gerson Kaplan will sing
"I Love You Truly." The Millers'
three children, twelve grand-
children and two great grand-
children will serve as wedding
attendants.
Mr. and Mrs. Miller are pio-
neer residents of Miami Beach
Sisterhood Luncheon
Nora Geane De Clerk, soprano,
and Edward Doe, baritone, both
of the Miami Opera Guild, will
appear at the luncheon and musi-
cale to be given by the Coral
Gables Jewish Center Sisterhood
at the Coral Gables Women's
Club, Ponce de Leon Blvd. and
Santilliane Ave., Wednesday at 1
p.m. Both soloists will be accom-
panied by Gertrude Hazelwood.
On the same program Sandra
Stein, pupil at the George Milen-
off Dance Studio will offer sev-
eral numbers.
Mrs. Leo Wool and Mrs. Wil-
liam Heckler are in charge of the
entertainment. Mrs. William
Karo, hostess, will be assisted by
the Mesdames Sidney Richman,
A. W. Harris, Saul Kline and
Irving Gerstenfeld.
who have been active particip-
ants in the civic and religious
life of the area. Prior to moving
to Miami, Mr. Miller was presi-
dent of the Akron and Cleveland
Zionist District. He has served as
treasurer of the Miami Beach
District and is now on the board
of the Hebrew Academy, Hias
and numerous other organiza-
tions. Mrs. Miller was founder
and president of tlhe Hebrew
Sheltering Home which is still in
operation in Akron, Ohio.
No personal invitations will be
issued. Relatives and friends are
invited to attend.
NERVES
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Academy Students
Show Achievement
The results of the Metropolitan
Achievements Tests, recently giv-
en to the students of the upper
grades of the Hebrew Academy
have shown that the average ed-
ucational achievement of the
pupils examined was between
two and three years above the
established educational norm for
the United States.
The tests were supervised by
the principal of the academy, Sol
L. Sugarman and the late David
Levy, senior member of the facul-
ty who was once principal of
Creston Junior High School in
New York City.
"The results of these tests are
the more gratifying," Sugarman
stated, "since the course of study
at the academy includes a course
of Hebrew studies, music, dra-
matics and allied arts in addtion
to the studies commonly taught
in the public school system, all
within the hours of 8:30 a.m. and
3:30 p.m."

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Y Summer Camp
plans Announced
Registrations for the Miami
Beach YM & WHA Home Camp
ill be accepted beginning April
, was announced by Dr. M. B.
Cirlin chairman of the camp
"gSSby Jerry Carver Y
athletic director, the camp will
k! in its sixth season. Open to
children between the ages of four
nd fourteen, the program will
ni.it,rle a full day of activities,
ding swimming at the Black-
o e pool, athletic activities, arts
and c"fts, music, dancing, pup-
netry dramatics and trips to local
Lts of interest. The camp will
L on a five-day week schedule
from 9:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. and
i-ill be limited to 120 children.
Asusting Carver will be Herb
Rich the Miami Beach High
School athlete now playing foot-
ball for Vanderbilt University
and Si Gelber, who is teaching
at a private schools. Meals will
be served under the supervision
of Naomi Siegal, camp dietician.
Weekly fees will be $11 per
child which includes insurance.
Membership in the Y is required.
There will be an added charge of
$150 per week for those desiring
transportation. The camp will run
for a period of ten weeks be-
ginning one week following the
closing of school, which has ten-
tatively been set for June 17.
Members of the home camp
committee are: Leo Huberman,
Mrs. Miriam Sirkin, Mrs. Carl
Susskind, Mrs. Nettie Lefkowitz,
Mrs. Marcella Heiman, Mrs. Sy-
bil Schiff, Mrs. Jack Solomon,
Mrs. June Prensky, Mrs. Stanley
Richard and Dr. Lewis Julien.
Weinstcin Is Sholem
Lodge Parley Chairman
Irwin Weinstein has been
named convention chairman from
Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith it was
announced last week by John
Kronenfeld and Marx Faber. All
B'nai B'rith members of Sholem
Lodge may make reservations for
the four-day state convention in
Havana, Cuba, by contacting
Weinstein at 3-8587 or by calling
Milton A. Friedman, state fed-
eration president, at 3-6264.
JUDGE KENNETH OKA
Popular Attorney and Justice of
t'eace of Miami Beach, says:
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o anketing one's time, and vaca-
n.s 2* me are rare and treas-
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Newspaper Man
To Speak Here
Mike Gorman, newspaper man
and author of "Oklahoma At-
tacks Its Snake Pits," will speak
in the city auditorium, Bayfront
Park, Wednesday at 8:15 p.m.,
under the auspices of the Mental
Health Society of Southeastern
Florida.
Gorman has gained national
prominence in the past year for
his newspaper crusade to do
something about "the forgotten
people in mental hospitals."
In May 1948, Gorman received
a special Lasker award "for pub-
lic information leading to public
action" in the field of mental hy-
giene. A young man of 33, Gor-
man is the first newspaper man
to win this distinction. The Read-
er's Digest (September, 1948)
printed a condensation of his
book in its book section. He also
won the Junior Chamber of Com-
merce award.
Admission is free and the pub-
lic is invited.
Beach Lodge To
Install Leaders
Plans are underway for the in-
stallation of officers of the Miami
Beach Lodge B'nai B'rith at a
dinner dance to be held Sunday,
April 24, at 6:30 p.m. at the
Saxony Hotel.
According to an announcement
by George J. Talianoff, banquet
chairman, Senator Claude Pep-
per has accepted an invita-
tion t obe guest of honor. Other
outstanding civic leaders have
also been invited.
David R. Isen, Miami Beach
realtor, will be installed as presi-
dent for the 1949-1950 term. Other
officers to be installed with Isen
will be: Godfrey K. Newman,
Sam W. Shapiro, Jules Charming,
vice presidents; recording secre-
tary, Jack Gold; treasurer, S.
Laurence Sootin; financial secre-
tary, Seymour Satin; monitor,
Harry Zukernick, ssistant moni-
tor, Siegfried Geismer; warden,
Simeon D. Spear; guardian, Bar-
net Beckerman.
Reservations at $5.75 per per-
son include all gratuities. Tickets
may be secured by calling Miss
Sadie Alexander at 5-2435, Miami
Beach Lodge office.
Sorority Marks
Founder's Day
Omega Chapter of Delta Phi
Epsilon sorority at the Universi-
ty of Miami celebrated the or-
ganization's 32nd founder's Day
with a luncheon at Erving's Rest-
aurant Saturday. Guests of honor
were visitors from the Tallahas-
see chapter and the local alumnae
group.
The sorority was founded at
New York University in 1917 and
now includes chapters in colleges
and universities throughout the
United States and Canada.
Carole Tannen, Omega presi-
dent, made the welcoming ad-
dress in which she outlined the
activities of the chapter. Last
year the group won the campus
variety show award, the campus
garden plot award and the cer-
tificate of merit of having raised
the most funds in the United
Jewish Appeal drive.
Cantor Lebele Waldman
Will Conduct Passover
Services At Grosslnaer's
GROSSINGER LAKE, N. Y.
Cantor Lebele Waldman will con-
duct the Passover services at the
Grossinger Hotel and Country
Club, here, for the third consecu-
tive year. He will be assisted by
Samuel Sterner and his choir.
A rabbi will oversee the serv-
ices, and, as in past years, Meyer
Pesin, editor of the Jersey City
(N. J.) Jewish Standard, will de-
liver the sermons.
Abby Silverstein Weds Irving Epstein
In Garden Ceremony On Sunday
., The garden of the home of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kogan, 4465
Adams Ave., was the setting Sunday for the nuptials of Abby Silver-
stem, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs.
Matthew Silver-
stein, and Irving
Epstein, son of
Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Epstein of
Miami Beach.
Rabbi Irving
Lehrman per-
formed the cere-
mony. Over 400
guests attended.
Mrs. I r m a
Rochlin, States-
ville, N. C, was
her sister's only
attendant. Irwin
Levine, brother-
in-law of the
bridegroom, was
best man.
Guests from
New York who
came for the
ceremony were
Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Kogan,
Ben Gold, Mrs.
Rena Spatt, Mrs.
Harry Silver-
stein, Mrs. Mor-
ris Silverstein,
Sandy Kogan,
Isadore Gold and
Dr. and Mrs.
Milton Kramer.
Detroit guests
included Mr. and
Mrs. Irwin Le-
vine, Mrs. So-
phie Jaffe, Mary
Moore, Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Suck-
off. Mr. and
Mrs. Rochlin of
Statesville, N. C,
also arrived for the wedding.
Upon their return from a wedding trip, the couple will reside
at 335 S.W. 30th Road.
Beach Elks Eleet
Morris G. Warner
Morris G. Warner, attorney, has
been elected exalted ruler of the
Miami Beach Elks Club, suc-
ceeding Dr. H. R. Mechlowitz.
Others elected were Harold B.
Spaet, esteemed leading knight;
E. C. Fogg, III, esteemed loyal
knight; David M. Trau, esteemed
lecturing knight; Allan Stratton,
secretary; Albert Finkelstein,
treasurer; Edward Dornbush, til-
er; Sol Merigoff, trustee.
The new officers will be in-
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Youth Counsel
To Hold Meeting
Klein Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
,,._,, /'to .-"i :v.orj'.ory of the late Mrs,
Dr. E. J. Edelman, chairman ofl. ,,,,,
the Greater Mi-m: Zionist Yoi::h -" Klein formerly of 1394
Commission, has announced that X \V. clZr.d S: will take place
a meeting of the Youth Commis- Sunday at 2 p.m. at Mount Nebo
sion will be held Wednesday atjcemeterv with Rabbi S. M.
8 p.m. at the Miami Beach Jew- Machtei "officiating Relatives and
ish Center, 1701 Washington Ave., I frienda are I to attend.
Miami Beach. ___________________.
Special guests at thL> meeting AvplrnH Unveilino
will be Mr. ar.d Mrs. Hermar Axeiraa unveiling
Popkin and Miss Irrr.a Lee Wolf. The dedicati a hi nument
Popkin is director of the South- 'tc th< memory of the late Max
ern Zionist Youth Commission I Axelrad. 111S Penn-
out the region. As director of Ibi Murray Grauer fficiating. Re-
youth activities for eigr.t states, latives and I iked to
Popkin coordinates, super-vis-..- .-itten.i
and organizes Young J.:. -----------------------------
clubs. Junior Hadassar. and Masa- Raff Unveiling
da Chapters and Intercollegiate
Zionist Federatior. of America The dedicati n : a monument
campus organizations. Miss Wolf Jo I th late Ehza-
is national vice president of oeth Rail ti 1135 S.\*.
Junior Hadassah ar.d has recently 6th 5: ] lace Sunday
returned from a year's stay in at -- B-n5 a' ---' New u-me-
Israel. She is making a tour of : :" Mrs Raff
the Southeastern cities visiting :: :-v -- Auxiliary of the
: -. Home for
the Aged G iden Age Club of
W YMHA s member of
the :' Jewish Women
and ?f Eo ." .. : OES N
175 Rat Colman A Zwitman
will off.....-.-: Relatives and
be present.
FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1949
local Hadassah groups.
Lee Mason To Speak
At B'nai B'rith Luncheon
Lee Mason, radio news
mentator, world traveller, and
newspaperman, will address th
luncheon club of the Miami ^ ., TT ...
Beach B'nai B'rith Lodge Tues- VjOldStein UnveilUig
day at 12:15 p.m. at the Ham-
burger Hearth. 1539 Washington
Ave.. Miami Beach.
Luncheon Club Chairman Jack
Gold will introduce the speaker
and President David R. Isen will
preside. All members of B'nai
B'rith ar.d their friends are in-
vited to attend the weekly lunch-
eons which feature talks and dis-
cussions by prominent civic lead-
ers and personalties in the world
of education, religion and gov-
ernment.
United School To Hold
Picnic At Matheson Park
The PTA of the United Jewish
School will sponsor a picnic at
Matheson Hammock Sunday from
12 noon on.
Admission is 35 cents and
members and friends are invited
to attend. The refreshments com-
mittee headed by Mrs 1.
Esloe will provide fruit and cold
drinks, but each family is a
to bring lunch.
For tickets call 48-2044 or
4-0425.
The .-I-. I .r.ument
to the memory of the late Private
Seymour Goldsl son of Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Goldstein, 2905
Sheridan Ave.. Miami Beach, will
take place Sunday at 1 p.m. at
Mount Nebo Cemetery with Rab-
bi Irving Lehrman. "officiating.
Private Goldstein, who was the
recipient of the Purple Heart,
was killed in action on Levte
Lland in the South Pacific or.
November 21. 1944. He was at-
tached to Headquarters Com-
pany. Third Battalion, 126th In-
fantry.
Relatives and friends are asked
to attend.
Song Recital Slated For
This Afternoon at U. of M.
Frances Sc-bel will be presented
..- afternoon by the University
of Miami School of Music in the
song recital originally scheduled
for Sunday but postponed due to
inclement weather.
The American lyric-dramatic
soprano, accompanied by Frances
Tarboux at the piano, will sing
at 4:30 p.m. today in the Beau-
mont Memorial Lecture hall, main
campus.
Sorority Holds Formal
Rho chapter of Iota Alpha Pi
sorority held its fourth annual
formal Saturday, March 12, at
the King Cole Hotel.
At this time the new officers
were introduced as were the new
pledgees. The outgoing chancellor
and pledge mother were present-
ed with gilts.
Sharlene Gershon was chair-
man of the committee in charge
of the dance.
Beth Sholom PTA Will
Elect Officers March 30
Mrs. Alfred M. Mamlet, presi-
dent of the PTA of Temple Beth
Sholom, announces that the an-
nual election of officers will take
place at a meeting Wednesday
at 1:30 p.m. at the temple.
Mrs. Hyman S. Kaplan will
present a book review of interest
to mothers and technicolor
movies of the Temple Beth
Sholom Religious School Purim
Festival held two weeks ago will
be shown for the first time.
Nathans Unveiling
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the late Stanley
Nathans, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Nathans of 1627 N.W.
14th St.. will be held Sunday at
1:45 p.m. at Mount Nebo Ceme-
tery. Rabbi Max Shapiro will
conduct services. Relatives and
friends are requested to attend.
Sisterhood Games Night
The Sisterhood of the Miami
Beach Jewish Community Cen-
ter will sponsor a games night
tomorrow at 8 p.m. in the Center
patio, 1710 James Ave. Prizes
will be awarded and refreshments
will be* provided.
Mrs. Sigmund Schermer is
chairman of the affair. Assisting
her will be the Mesdames Jack
Falk, Oscar Mamber. George
Feuer. Morris Rubin and Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Ginsburg.
Gables Zionists To Meet
The next meeting of the Coral
Gables Zionist District will be
held Sunday at 8:30 p.m. at the
Hillel House. 3306 Ponce de Leon
Blvd.
A feature of the evening will
be the showing of two sound
films. -Israel in Action" and "Is-
rael Reborn." A speaker from the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion will address the group.
Refreshments will be served
after the meeting.
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Pictured at the Jewish National Fur.d Conference held in
New York recently are (1. to r.) Dr. Abraham Granovsky, chair-
man of the World JNF; Harold Shapiro, chairman of the JNF of
Greater Miami; and Judge Morris Rothenberg, president of the
JNF of America.
Shapiro Reports On
National JNF Meet
Harold Shapiro, chairman of,
the Jewish National Fund Coun-
cil of Greater Miami, who recer.t-
:eturned from the national
JNF conference held in New York ,
March 4. 5 and 6 at the Hotels'
Astor and Waldorf-Astoria in
New York City, gave his report
of the conclave to an open ses-
sion of the local JNF Council
last Thursday night at the Miami
Beach Jewish Community Cen-
ter.
Guest speaker at last week's
gathering was Isidore Epstein,
assistant executive director of the
JNF of America, who was one of
the leaders of the meet.
Shapiro stated that the confer-
ence underscored the need for
purchasing more land in Israel
for the purpose of settling the
many Jews who are now arriving
there daily. The goal of the JNF
is to redeem 1,000,000 dunams of
land and to establish a total of
500 settlements in 1949, he re-
vealed. Plans are to raise $300,-
000.000 in the next three years for
land purchase, reclamation, re-
forestation, settlement and water
development, for at present only
a small part of the land in Israel
is owned by Jews.
The conference leaders, Shapiro
reported, urged the wholehearted
support of the Combined Jewish
Appeal, which is now being con-
ducted by the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation.
Young Peoples League
Meets To Plan Dance
The executive bodv of the Tern
pie Isaiah Young Peoples LeaRue
met last week at the home 0
the president, Miss Natali.
Samuels, 961 W. 48th St.,^
The group planned a calendar
of events social and cultural f"
the months of April and '}..
which includes a lecture bv .
prominent psychologist, a boat
ride and a movie cavalcade
Plans were formulated for the
league's first dance to be held
Saturday night, April 9, at the
Cadillac Hotel, fiiami' Beach
Chairman of the dance is Mi*
Samuels, who will be asisted bv
Evelyn Ell. tickets; Dr. Seymour
Kreisler, publicity; Gloria Berry
hospitality; Al Kreisler, door'
Marian Cohen, entertainment
and Austin Tupler, Jean Mech-
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Isens Arc Hosts To
B'nai B'rith Leaders
Mr and Mrs. David R. Isen
JJe' hosts at their home, 5120
1 r*vPP Ave., to the newly
KedoffiVers'and directors of
Sfffiami Beach Lodge of B'nai
Jrith on Sunday evening, March
^Attending were: Jack August,
Mr and Mrs. Barnett Beckerman,
! and Mrs. Geo. J. Bertrnan,
Mes Channing, Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Fnshman, Mr. and Mrs.
S" Goldstrom, Mr. and Mrs.
jakGoki, Mr. and Mrs Martin
Sn Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Kov-
erMax Lieber, Mr. and Mrs,
Godfrey K. Newman, Mr and
m Al PaUot, Simeon D. Spear,
M and Mrs. Sam W. Shapiro,
George J. Talianoff. and Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Zukernick.
Thelnia Smolensky
Betrothal Revealed
Mr and Mrs. Morris Smolens-
ky 1001 S.W. 2nd St., Miami, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Thelma, to William
Horowitz, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Max Horowitz of Richmond Hill,
New York.
Miss Smolensky has been an
active member of the Business
and Professional group of Ha-
dassah of Miami for the past two
V63fS.
A dinner in their honor will be
held Sunday at the home of the
prospective bride's parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Phil Klatzman of New
York City, aunt and uncle of the
bride-to-be will be present.
A wedding date has not been
set.
Bride-Eleet To Be
Honored At Shower
Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz and Mrs.
Burton Marks will be co-hostesses
at a miscellaneous shower tonight
at 7:30 at the Soltz home, 1045
8th St., Miami Beach, in honor
of Edna Koff, bride-elect of Ber-
nard Ehrens. The ceremony will
take place Sunday, April 3, at the
Shelborne Hotel.
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Jules P. Channing, general chairman of the B'nai B'rith
Council carnival (c.) confers with Miami Beach units of B'nai
B'rith to plan second annual benefit carnival scheduled for Sun-
day. April 17. at the Beach Y. Seated (r.) is Harry Zukernick of
Miami Beach lodge. Standing, (1. to r.) are: Ruth Kapp and Bette
Ann Brown of Clara Landau Chapter. BBYW: Carol Potasnick
and Sheba Wilson of the Zwitman Chapter. BBYW. Twenty-nine
B'nai B'rith groups will participate in the all-day affair. There is
no admission charge and the greater Miami community is invited
to attend.
Mrs. Jolles Feted
A luncheon honoring Mrs. Ada
Jolles, fiancee of Attorney Jack
Abbott, was given Tuesday noon
in the Pagoda room of the Saxony
Hotel by the Minyan bridge club.
Guests were the Mesdames
Manuel Goldstrich, Arthur Frish-
man, Norman Russ, Jack Lawson,
Gilbert Goldman, Bertram Wal-
ler, Alexander Robbins, Norman
Babel, Alex Strauss, Meyer
Friedman, William Pancoe, Ida
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Zionist Family Luncheon Address
"A Message from Israel". .Irma Lee Wolff, Los Angeles
Business Session
Program and Education
Current EventsRecording "Israel Today"
Thomaston Griffin
Discussion on Various Forms of Education
Hadassah's Education DepartmentalizedSavannah, Ga.
Sightseeing tour preceding buffet supper
Buffet Supper at Miami Beach Jewish Community Center
Registered delegates and visitorsGuests of Miami
Chapter
M.B. Jewish Community CenterTown Hall Meeting
of the Air"Israel Faces Tomorrow"
ModeratorMrs. Max Dobrin, Miami Beach
Board of Experts: Mrs. Moses Epstein, National; Dorothy
Krieger Fink, Miami Beach; Mortimer May, National
Vice president ZOA
MONDAY, MARCH 28
Fund Raising TechniquesHadassah Projects
Columbus Hotel Biscayne RoomHMO Luncheon
Talk"Health in a Pioneer Country," Dr. Murray
Sanders ,
Address"Our Responsibility for Hadasfcahrs Health
Program," Mrs. Moses Epstein, National Political
Christian Palestine Conference for IsraelI. R. Goodman
Mrs. George Cohen, Miami Zionist Emergency Council
The Region and the Chapter
Conferences Regional ChairmenDiscussion Organiza-
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Coffee HourMcAllister
Guests and out-of-town visitors (guests of hostess city)
TUESDAY, MARCH 29
Fund-Raising TechniquesWorkshop
Luncheon Recess (No Formal Luncheon)
Final Business Session
Installation of Regional Officers
Bay Front Park AuditoriumBanquet w,.
Palestinian DancersMiss Ben-Hur of Miami & Group
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Talk-Economic Situation in Israel-Abraham Goodman
TalkMortimer May
AddressMrs. Moses Epstein
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Mni#4iftcridian
Barkai To Speak
On Israeli Art
B. A. Barkai will speak in He-
brew before the members of the
Histadruth L'tarbut Ivrith Sun-
day afternoon at 3 o'clock at the
Spinoza, 124 11th St., Miami
Beach. The lecture was origin-
ally scheduled for last week but
had to be postponed because of
inclement weather.
Barkai, an eminent Israeli
journalist, is here in conjunction
with an exhibition of works by
Israeli artists. His subject will be
"Israel on Canvas" and he will
show some of the paintings to
the group.
Among the works which have
been brought over are those of
Moishe Matusofsky and Jacob
Steinhardt, both of whom en;oy
international reputations
All interested in Hebrew are
invited to attend.
Bride-Elect Feted
A surprise shower and dinner
honoring June-bride elect Louise
Raphael was given on March 12
at Raphael s Hotel by Mrs. Na-
than Adelman. which was attend-
ed by friends of the bride-to-be.
Louise, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Ezra Raphael, 918 Ocean Drive,
will be married to Rabbi Chatzkel
Meizel. of Rochester. New York.
where the wedding will be held.
.
Lear Basketball Team
Defeats Mannheimer
The basketball team of the
Lear School last week defeated
Mannheimer 17-15 in a return
match of the season at the Mi-
ami Beach Youth Center. Excited
cheering sections for both sides
saw a fast game refereed by Mil-
ton Mannheimer and Richard
Lear. On Monday Lear defeated
Normandy School 21-23. Today
the school will play St. John's
of Ft. Lauderdale. Admission to
the games is free and the public
is invited to attend.
Finunah Chapter
Honors Leaders
Emunah Chapter 175. OES met
last nigh: at the Scottish Rite
Temple to honor past matrons
ar.d patrons of the chapter with
observance of obligation
New officers are Mrs. Char-
'. ::e Schwartz, worthy matron:
J seph E. Stemer. worthy patron:
Mrs Eisie Lske. associate matron:
Saul Belensky. associate patron:
Mrs Ler.a Simon, secretary: Mrs.
RC Frank, treasurer; Mrs. Celia
Ausiander. conductress: Mrs.
Mary Alper. associate conduct-
ress: Mrs. Ida Peretzman, chap-
lain: Mrs. Gertrude Zion, mar-
. Mrs. Aleiha Thompson, or-
ganist: Charlotte Anne Frank.
Adah; Mrs. Dian Steiner, Ruth:
Mrs. Hilda Seidler, Martha: Mrs.
Sophie Englander. Electa; Mrs.
Tillie Belensky, warden: Dr.
George A. Graham sentinel.
Mark H. Tanenbaum
Becomes Bar Mitzvah
Mark Harris Tannebaum. son of
Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Tanenbaum,
1361 Meridian
Ave.. Miami
Beach. became
Bar Mitzvah
March 5th at
Temple Beth
Sholom.
Mark is an
eighth grade
student at Miam.
Beach Junior
High school and
__ a member of the
\.'fe school band.
\Mk.f A rec e p t i o n
JtUtl which was .it-
tended by rela-
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followed the ceremonies.
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Aronovitz Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late. Lt.
Nathan A. Aronovitz, which was
postponed from last Sunday be-
cause of inclement weather, will
be held Sunday at 3 p.m. at
Mount Nebo Cemetery with Rab-
bi Colman A. Zwitman officating.
Lt. Aronovitz was the son of Dr.
and Mrs. Samuel Aronovitz and
the brother of Mrs. Arline Kent.
Saffer, Bracker To
Exchange Vows Sunday
The marriage of Carolyn Saf-
fer, daughter of Mr.-and Mrs. j
Harry Saffer. to Charles Nathan i
Bracker, son of Mrs. Violet J
Bracker, will take place Sunday |
at 5 p.m. at Temple Israel. A!
reception will follow the cere- ]
monv.
Melavo Malko
The Chcvrah Mishnayos of
Congregation Beth Tfilah will
hold a Melavo Malko tomorrow
night at the synagogue, 935 Eu-
clid Ave. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovsky will address the group and
lead in the singing of Palestinian
songs.
Money Raised At Party
$400 was raised at a Purim;
party given at Lois Apartments,'
211-13 Collins Ave., Miami Beach,
according to I. Landsberg and
H. Aronoff, who turned the
money over to Alfred S'.orre.
president of the Miami Beach
Zionist District, for forwarding
it to Israel.
Members of the committee in
charge of the party, in addition
to Landsberg and Aronoff. were
Mrs. Gringler and the residents
of the Lois Apartments.
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Foreign Office this week con-
firmed the reported Transjordan
request for British troops to pa-
trol the Transpordan frontier be-
tween the Gulf of Aqaba and
the Dead Sea. A spokesman said
that Christopher Pirie-Gordon,
charge d'affaires at Amman, last
week forwarded the request to
London.
Meanwhile. Foreign Under-
secretary Christopher Mayhew
told Commons the government
was considering Transjordan's re-
quest for British frontier patrols.
Mayhew said the British govern-
ment does not consider sending
troops to Aqaba a breach of the
U.N. Security Council's resolu-
tion. "His Majesty's Government,"
he said, "never considered that
the United Kingdom was de-
barred under the Security Coun-
cil resolution of May 29 from
suppling, reinforcing or other-
wise altering the composition of
its forces in the Middle East." He
asserted that the move of troops
to the area had had an extreme-
ly beneficial effect on the Rhodes
armistice talks.
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Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth
Warns Public On Passover Products
As Passover approaches, the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth
the only community-wide organization of this type, wishes to plii
the following facts to the attention of^ the Jewish community:
1) The statement "we will have a traditional Seder" is
always proof that it is a Kosher Seder. not
2) The words "Passover meals" do not always mean Kosher
meals.
3) "A cantor conducting the Seder services" is not proof thai
the place is Kosher.
4) Before you make arrangements for Passover ask a recoen
ized orthodox rabbi about the Kashruth of the establishment. "
5) Places which are Kosher one day may not be the next dav
since things change so rapidly. y
6) No product should be purchased unless the identity of the
endorser is ascertained.
7) The Greater Miami Vaad endorses only Home Milk and
Borden's milk, and Sunny Brook dairy products.
The famous "Four Chaplains" who gave their life belts to
enlisted men on the sinking Dorchester and went down with the
ship were used to emphasize the theme of brotherhood during
National Brotherhood Week which was observed last month. The
chaplains (1. to r. upper row) are Lt. Clark V. Poling, Protestant
minister of Schenectady, N. Y., and Lt. John P. Washington.
Catholic priest of Arlington, N. J.: (1. to r. lower row) Lt. Alex-
ander D. Goodo, Jewish rabbi of Washington. D. C, and Lt. George
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PAGE THIRTEEN
Finals In B'nai B'rith High School
Debate Contest Slated For Tomorrow
Final in the Dade County high
Knni debate contest, sponsored
SbCvhS olem Lodge, B'nai B'rith,
ill he held tomorrow afternoon
13-30 in the Pan American room,
CSpUe?inHg0tin the finals are
nolo Tharp and Beverly Ven-
uf the negative team from
Sew Jackson High, and Bob
Ciller and Ray Atkins, the af-
firmative winners from Miami
Wff "litest will be broadcast
for one hour on station WGBS
and the selection of winners will
he announced over the air at
that time. Judges who will select
the top team include: Donald
Sorague, head of the speech de-
partment of the University of
Miami and Jack Murray and
Dante'Fascell, Miami attorneys.
Subject of the debate, the third
to be sponsored by B'nai B'rith
in the high school is:
Resolved: That President Tru-
man's Civil Rights Program Be
Enacted Into Law By Congress.'
The winning team and their
coach will visit Washington, D.
C. for one week, all expenses
paid, as guests of the Jewish
Service Organization. In the na-
tion's Capitol they will be enter-
tained by national B'nai B'rith
officials, Senator Spessard Hol-
land, and Representative George
A. Smathers.
The trio will attend sessions of
the Senate and the House, watch-
ing the nation's lawmakers at
work. They will visit Mount
Vernon, Arlington Cemetery, the
National Art Gallery, and other
major historical buildings and
places of interest.
Included on the program of en-
tertainment, will be attendance
at a big league baseball game and
a symphony concert. The debat-
ors will be interviewed at a local
radio station.
The winning high school team
will be awarded a revolving Citi-
zenship Trophy for one year. The
cup was won in 1948 by Miami
Senior High School.
Chairman of the debate con-
test is Jerome Weinkle and he is
assisted by John Kronenfeld, Mil-
ton Wasman. Sherburt Weiss and
Dr. Emanuel Pushkin.
The debate contest attracted
more than 35 participants and
five high schools in the Dade
county area.
The citizenship project is part
of the Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith
youth program to stimulate in-
terest in vital current affairs on
the part of Florida High School
Youth.
The public is invited to hear
the final debates at the Colum-
bus Hotel on, Saturday. There
will be no admission charge.
1 .SNA Chairman
Appoints Aides
Al Bresler, chairman of the Url-
iversity of Florida United Jew-
ish Student Appeal, announces
the appointment of student chair-
men for the annual drive.
They are 'Leo Osheroff, al-
locations; Sheldon Gendzier,
treasurer; Bobbie Shulman, sec-
retary; Joe Sharon, married
couples; Marilyn Kopelowitz,
publicity; Joe McLaughlin, inter-
faith education; Alvin Lietman,
men's division; Annabelle Pen-
son, women's division; Bill Mc-
Laughlin, Pi Limbda Phi;
Charles Horowitz, T.E.P.; Ronnie
Mann, A. E. Pi Club; David
Lewis, Z.B.T.; Barbara Boyell,
A.E. Phi; Louis Wolf, Independ-
ents; Erwin Fleet, Murray Bu-
dow, Sorrell Wolfson, Dick Wein-
stein, Bennett Kivol, dorms. Ad-
visory board members are Hank
Gardner, Dr. Drosdoff and Dr.
Block. Mrs. M. Rudderman of
Gainesville is corresponding sec-
retary.
Th,e campaign for official so-
licitation of funds will be held
March 31 through April 8. The
appeal will be directed toward
Jewish students and members of
the faculty. Appropriations, will
be petitioned from the University
Champus Chest which is now
oondudting an overall campus
charity drive. The U.J.S.A. will
solicit funds from Jewish stu-
dents and forego its annual cam-
pus-wide appeal.
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Reports of progress for the Miami Beach Hotel division of the
Red Cross 1949 Fund campaign draw the attention of Mrs. Jerome
Kimbell, Mrs. William Loeb and Mrs. Emanuel Gilbert. The Miami
Beach Hotel division met at a luncheon meeting at Murrays
Restaurant
Israeli Art Shown
At Grossinger Hotel
The Grossinger Pancoast hotel
was the scene Tuesday of the
first showing in this area of a
collection of Israeli art sent to
the United States from the Jeru-
salem Art Gallerv. Sholom Asch,
noted author, opened the exhibi-
tion which included paintings
ranging from the classical to im-
pressionism, subjective art and
other modern schools of thought.
Purchases were made by Mrs.
Leo Gerngross, Mrs. Abe Good-
man, Mrs. Jennie Grossman and
Mrs. Sam Rost.
B. A. Barkai, of the Jerusalem
Gallery, addressed the guests on
the proposed world art center
to be established in the State of
Israel where living artists may
show their works as well as serv-
ing as a center for inter-global
art exhibitions. Space would also
be devoted to sculpture.
National figures sponsoring
the project include Eddie Cantor,
Prof. Albert Einstein, Paul Muni
and Mrs. Will Rogers, who will
act as treasurer of the museum.
A special pavillion dedicated to
American art will be known as
"the Will Rogers Pavillion." An
award similar to the Nobel Prize
for Literature and Sciences is
being planned to be bestowed
upon winners in prospective art
"Olympics" to be held every five
years.
National and international per-
sonalities who compose the art
advisory board, include Jean Cas-
sou, director of Musee National
d'Art Moderne, Paris (Louvre);
Paul Fierens, director of the
Musees Royaux Des Beaux-Arts
de Belgique and president of the
Confederation of Art Critics;
Henri Marceau of the Philadel-
phia Museum of Art and Lionelo
Venturi, dean of art faculty of the
University of Rome. Prof. Albert
Einstein is honorary president of
the exhibition group and Dr.
Stephen Wise is honorary chair-
man.
Rabbis Exchange Pulpits
For Mizrachi Sabbath
In commemoration of Mizrachi
Sabbath Rabbis Murray Grauer
of Congregation Beth El and Si-
mon April of the Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation will ex-
change pulpits tomorrow morn-
ing, according to Rabbi Isaac H.
Ever, president of the Greater
Miami Mizrachi. Next Saturday
there will be a similar exchange
between Rabbis Moses Mescheloff
of Congregation Beth Jacob and
Joseph E. Rackovsky of Congre-
gation Beth Tfilah.
A Melave Malke and election
meeting will be held Saturday,
April 2, at the Hotel Astor, 956
Washington Ave., Miami Beach,
by the Mizrachi, Rabbi Ever has
announced. There will be a musi-
cal program and refreshments
will be served.
Palmer Appointed
Sidney Palmer has been ap-
pointed chairman of ticket dis-
tribution for the variety show to
be presented by the Miami
YMHA April 9 and 10, according
to an announcement by Abe
Aronovitz, general chairman of
I the show.
Temple Honors
Harold Shapiro
On Sunday evening, March 20,
at Temple Isaiah, Harold Shapiro,
local attorney and leader in com-
munal affairs, was honored for
"his untiring efforts and devo-
tion as one of the founders and
organizing president of temple."
Shapiro was presented with a
hand-painted scroll, which reads:
"The members of Temple
Isaiah, the Reform Jewish Con-
gregation of Miami Beach, Flor-
ida, wish to express their deep
sentiments and pay ihonor to
Harold Shapiro one of the found-
ers and organizing president of
this congregation, 'Dedicated to
the prophetic ideals of 'The
Fatherhood of Man,' do present
him with this scroll to give pub-
lic evidence of their appreciation
and to pay tribute for his untir-
ing efforts, vision and loyalty.
"The membership, honored by
his service, leadership and con-
tribution to the religious life of
this community, orders that this
expression of its appreciation be
recorded in the minutes of the
organization and presented to him
in the form of this scroll as en-
during evidence of the love and
affection of his many friends.
Done this Friday, February 4,
1949."
The presentation was made by
Julius J. Perlmutter. Rabbi David
Raab, spiritual leader of the con-
gregation, paid high tribute to
Shapiro for "his great contribu-
tion to the religious welfare and
spiritual well-being of the com-
munity."
Academy Will Present
Operetta Performance
The Hebrew Academy will
present a repeat performance of
the operetta, "Rumplestiltzkin,"
composed by Berta Elsmith, and
"A Cavalcade of Hebrew Music"
Tuesday evening in the school
auditorium, 918 6th St., Miami
Beach.
The production, which includes
a cast of over 80, is under the
supervision of Miss Edna Sachs,
musical and dramatic director;
Joshua Stadlan and Joseph
Schreibman of the Hebrew de-
partment; Mrs. Donald Eannet,
director of arts and crafts; and
other members of the faculty. Dr.
David S. Andron, president, and
Sol L. Sugarman, principal, will
appear on the program.
LEGAL NOTICE
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 123335.
JOSEPH W. BROADBENT, Plaintiff,
vs. MAUDE B. BROADBENT. De-
fendant.
^HE ST\tk OF FLORIDA:
TO: MAUDE B. BROADBENT
7h iluntington Turnpike
Nichols
Bridgeport. Connecticut
You are hereby notified and ordered
to appear to Plaintiff's Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce against you in the
above-stvled cause on or before the
29 day of April, 1949. otherwise the
allegations therein contained will be
taken as confessed against you.
DATED at Miami, Dade County,
Florida, this 23 day of March, 1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Real)
By M. C. FEIQE.
Deputy Clerk.
SAM SILVER
Solicitor for Plaintiff
1"n.l Congress Building
Miami, Florida
3/25 4/1-8-15

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No.
22279.
In He: ESTATE OF
PHILIP ENGELHARDT,
I ).i 'i-ased.
To All Creditors and AU 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 Philip Engelhardt deceased
late of Hudson County, New Jersey, to
the Hon. W. J. 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 ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or
same will be barred. See Section 120
of the 1933 Probate Act.
Date March 22, A.D. 1949.
ANNA KLINOER AND
ISKKNARD W. ENGELHARDT,
As Ancillary Executors of the
Last Will and Testament of Philip
Engelhardt. Deceased.
WALTER C. KOVNER
Attorney for Ancillary Executors
420 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach, Ma.
3/25 4/1-8-15
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LEGAL NOTICE
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 123336.
CONSTANCE DI BLASI. Plaintiff, vs.
JOSEPH DI BLASI. Defendant.
Till: STATE OP FLORIDA:
TO: JOSEPH DI BLASI
107 Mountain Road,
rear of 224 Ogden Avenue,
In care of Mrs. L. Ipsaro
Jersey City, New Jersey
You are hereby notified and ordered
to appear to the Bill of Complaint for
Divorce, filed against you In the
above-stvled cause on or before the
29 day of April. 1949: otherwise, the
allegations of said Bill will be taken
as confessed by you.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Dade County, Florida, this 23rd day
of March, 1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Circuit Court Seal) __-_
By M. C. FEIGE,
Deputy Clerk.
SAM SILVER
Solicitor for Plaintiff
1703 Congress Building
Miami. Florida
3/25 4/1-8-15
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY, No. 123107-F.
PRIMD MANTEOARI. Plaintiff, vs.
PAULINE MANTEGARI, Defend-
ant.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: PAULINE MANTEGARI
2169 4r,th Street
Astoria, L. I., New York
You are hereby notified and ordered
to appear to the Bill of Complaint for
Divorce filed against you by the
Plaintiff herein on or before the 2.ith
day of April, 1949, otherwise the al-
legations therein contained will be
taken as confessed by you.
DATED: March 23. 1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal) _______
By M. C. FEIGE.
Deputy Clerk.
SAM SILVER
Solicitor for Plaintiff
1703 Congress Building
Mlamf 32. Florida
3/25 4/1-8-15_____________________
notTce under fictitious
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned. deBlring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of Rosen's Market at 3428 West Flag-
ler Street. Miami, Fla., Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida. ____
HARRY L. ROSEN
Sole Owner.
3/25 4/1-8-15-22________________________
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN A.NU
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 1233.'i4.
THOM-vs E. CHAMBERS. Plaintiff,
vs. RUTH IDA CHAMBERS. De-
fendant.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: RUTH IDA CHAMBERS
Box 1502.
Sheffield. Pennsylvania
You are hereby notified and ordered
to appear to Plaintiff's Bill of Com-
plaint in the above styled cause on
or before the 25 day of April, 1949.
otherwise the allegations therein con-
tained will be taken as confessed by
you.
DATED at Miami, Dade County,
Florida, this 24 day of March. 1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE,
Deputy Clerk.
JOSEPH W. MALEK
Solicitor for Plaintiff
1703 Congress Building
Miami 32. Florida
3/25 4/1-8-15 f
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 123107.
PRIMO MANTEGARI. Plaintiff, vs.
PAULINE MANTEGARI, Defend-
ant.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: PAULINE MANTEOARI
2169 45th Street
Astoria, L. I., New York
You are hereby notified and ordered
to appear to the BUI of Complaint
for Divorce filed against you by the
Plaintiff, herein on or before the 26th
day of April, 1949, otherwise the al-
legations therein contained will be
tnV^h as confessed by you.
Dated: March 23rd, 1949.
B. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE,
Deputy Clerk.
SAM SILVER
Solicitor for Plaintiff
1703 Congress Building *
Miami 32. Florida
3/25 4/1-8-15 _'


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LIVES OF OUR TIMES
* Jen 1st fhcridlain
lAfCHA HEIFETZ.
fHODUCEO 6Y ORMN
FRIDAY, MARCH 25, l949
TtXT mt MAC (UT.
^ITHRff YfARS OF AGf.HIS fATHfR
TAUGHT HIM TO PlAY M VIOLIN ON A
MINIATURi INSTRUMENT WHICH HE
STILL POSSESSES.......
IN 1907, WHEN SEVEN YEARS OLD, HE MAD!
HIS CONCERT DEBUT IN KOVNO,RUSSIA.
OTHER CONCERTS fOUOWEO AND HE BECAME
A NATIONAL SENSATION.
AT THE AGE OF EIGHT, BE BECAME A
PUPIL OF PROFESSOR LEOPOLD AUER AT
THE ST PETERSBURG CONSERVATORY.
LATER.HL APPEARED WITH THE BERLIN
PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA.
IN 1917. HE MADE HIS AMERICAN DEBUT AT
CARNEGIE HALL IN NEW YORK AND WAS
IMMEDIATELY HAILED BY THE AMERICAN
PUBLIC.
HE RAISED FUNDS,THROUGH A
CONCERT TOUR IN I925.F0R THE
ERECTION OF A CONCERT HALL IN
JERUSALEM.
IN (954 HE TOURED RUSSIA,HIS FIRST VISIT
TO HIS HOMELAND IN 18 YEARS, AND WAS
AGAIN ACCIAIMJ&JOR HIS VIRTUOSITY.
IN 1939, HE APPEARED IN HIS FIRST MOTKJfJ
PICTURE.THE NEAT YEAR HE TOURED LATIN
AMERICA,VISITNG J5 CITIES IN 10NATIONS
WITHIN THREE MONTHS.
HE IS GENERALLY REGARDED IN THE MUSICAL
WORLD AS ONE OF THE GREAT TECHNICAL MASTERS
OF THE VIOLIN-SOME EVEN REGARD HIM AS
THE WORLD'S GREATEST VIOLINIST.......
Reservations For State B'nai B'rith
Convention Pile Up, Friedman Reports
Reservation* for the 13th an
nual B'nai B'rith State Federa-
tion Convention are piling up
rapidly according to an announce-
ment "by Milton A. Friedman.
State Federation president.
The four-day meeting sched-
uled to be held from May 5 to
May 9 in Havana. Cuba, is the
first B'nai B'rith State Conven-
tion to be held outside the con-
tinental limits of the United
States. The delegates of all Flor-
ida B'nai B'rith Lodges plan to
leave on the S. S. Florida. May
5 at 6 p.m.. and arrive in Ha-
vana at 8:30 a.m. to gather at
the famed Nacional Hotel.
Limited accommodations are
available and persons interested
in attending convention sessions
are urged to forward their check;
at once to Friedman, 1025 Sey-
bold Building. Total cost for the
tlr. 11.nl-ins jiIi To
Sponsor Daiici'
Plans are being mauc by the
Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah
for a dance to be held at the
Ritz Hotel, Miami Beach. Satur-
day. April 2. All proceeds from
the affair will go to Meier Shcfe-
yah. the children's orphans vil-
lage in Palestine.
The committee in charge con-
sists of general chairman. Esther
(Chickie) Cohen; tickets, Dottie
Pepper; entertainment. Elaine
Sachs; publicity, Lila Cohen.
The public is invited.
convention, including two days
at the Nacional Hotel, sightsee-
ing trips, night club tours and
all transportation, is S85 per per-
son. For further details call
3-6264.
Hollywood Youth Group
A meeting of the B'nai B'rith
Youth Organization. Hollywood
Chapter, was held at the Jewish
Community Center last Thursday
evening.
Plans were discussed for an
April Fool's dance, to be held
by the organization on Sunday
evening. April 3, at the Center.
Proceeds of the affair are to be
donated to the current drive in
Hollywood for the United Jew-
ish Appeal. Novelty acts and a
dance contest will be featured.
Out-of-town visitors at the
meeting were Bert Yolem of Port
Chester. N. Y., Ronnie Reckseit
of Cedarhurst, L. I., Irwin Mi-
chaels of Ellenville, N. Y., and
Sy Gerschwer, Dick Klein and
Al Lipitz of Brooklyn, N. Y.
Meetings of the group are held
each Thursday evening. Mem-
bership is open to young men
and young women between the
ages of 17 and 25.
Judaeans Will Hold
Party Tomorrow Night
The Chaim Weizmann Senior
Judaeans who meet every Tues-
day night at Temple Beth Sholom
will hold a party tomorrow night
at 8 o'clock at the home of the
president, Joan Osheroff, 2485
Meridian Ave., Miami Beach.
Guests of honor will be Irma
Lee Wolf, national vice president
of Junior Hadassah who has re-
cently returned from Israel, and
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Popkin.
Mr. Popkin is director of the
Southern Zionist Youth Commis-
sion.
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FAU ririEEN
Employers' Discrimination Based On Fallacious Reasoning
. nine ARONOVITZ "- ..... ...... >-,--------r-rm,n^m,------_-------------------
By LOUIS ARONOVITZ
Mi,lions of dollars have been
A are being spent by indivi-
duals and organizations all over
hcountry attempting to stamp
,. the age-old problem of dis-
mination-through educational
^r/rns exposes, through the
fS spools and word of mouth.
mouth.
rENTILES ONLY. RESTRICT-
jp, EXCLUSIVE.
WIPE OUT
space
the employment ap-
plication form for religionall
symbols of anti-Semitism.
Employment discrimination is
S one phase of a great and
complex problem.
In the last two issues, you read
tot 5 per cent of the 19 local
employment agency owners and
Seers questioned in a poll
"ducted by The Jewish Flor-
in testified that they encoun-
tered discrimination against Jew-
J Gentile employers. These 19
represent about a third of the
agencies in the area which might
be expected to be confronted
with this problem.
This Jewish discrimination
presents an additional and some-
what unexpected obstacles for
those engaged in improving
human relations to overcome.
You learned that many
prominent Jewish physicians.
lawyers, hotel owners and busi-
ness men have anti-Semitic
skeletons dangling in their
closets. Furthermore, you
learned that many of the Jew-
ish community's most respected
leaders have placed their un-
blemished reputations in jeop-
ardy.
But. as Bacon says, 'to know
a thing truly is to know its
cause." Wrut. then, are the causes
[or this anti-Semitism? Do the
employers who discriminate at-
tempt to justify their actions?
Do they give reasons for their
discrimination'.'
Most of themJewish and Gen-
tilethe employment agency op-
erators report, do not feel com-
pelled to do so. They simply state
their preference in a supercilious
tone, as if the personnel man
should be thoroughly familiar
with then reasons. Consequent-
ly, most employment agency
[workers do not question clients
about their motives. As one op-
erator puts it. "Why is an un-
profitable word in this field. Use
it once and bingo! you alienate
your clients." "I used to ask why,"
a Jewish employment agent re-
ports, "but it didn't pay. People
became offended and I lost cus-
tomers, so I discontinued the
practice. Both Jews and Gentiles
believe that their motives are
none of your business."
Some operators, however.
wel that it is their business and
dare to ask why. These opera-
tors receive a wide variety of
responses, most of which, as
we shall point out, are irra-
tional and invalid.
One of the most frequent
k!?Wcrs llvl'n is: "Jews arc am-
bitious. They don't like to take
Jrters: they like to command.
Moreover, as soon as they learn
weir jobs well, they leave their
mployers and go into competi-
Jm with them* Here the dis-
mminatinK mployer condemns
a**" aI vvhich is considered
J virtue m others. Ambition and
^enterprise have been catch-
Art Directors Club of New York bestowed its annual Award of
Distinctive Merit on the poster "Wipe Out Discrimination."
has been one of the most popular
on the American scene. The
spirit of competition and rugged
indidualism have been shrouded
in clouds of glory. Indeed, the
Nash Kelvinator Corporation
spent millions during the war
informing us that free enterprise
and the other spread-eagle ora-
tory shibboleths were what our
boys were fighting and dying for.
In the last analysis, hasn't the
prospective employer, the man
who is discriminating, been am-
bitious? Otherwise, how did he
attain his position?
Another reason frequently giv-
en is: "Jews are too proud and
overbearing. They show insuf-
ficient respect for their su-
periors." With this excuse the
employer guilty of anti-Semitism
is generalizing. He is referring the
faults of individuals to the group
as a whole. Are there not proud
and overbearing Christians? And
are there not humble Jews? There
has never been a group entirely
free from pride. Most of the
heroes of ancient Greek tragedy
meet their downfall through
hybris or excessive pride.
The agency operators report
that many employersJewish
(4) Jews are too "smart." Giv-
en the opportunity, they will
pull a crooked deal every time.
They simply can't be trusted.
(5) Jews expect higher pay
than Gentiles. They aren't will-
ing to work for "peanuts."
(6) Jews talk too much. You
hire one and everyone in town
knows your business.
"The slightest consideration
of these statements reveals how
absurd they are," one ;non-
Jewish personnel man stated.
"The fact that the individual,
his qualifications, his training,
his character, his personality,
not his religion and ancestry,
are the important factors in
choosing help is basic. It's the
stuff you find in brotherhood
pamphlets. The very idea of
brotherhood is predicated on
the worth of the individual. If
anyone should be aware of this,
a Jewish Derson should."
"When Jews give these rea-
sons," another non-Jewish em-
ployment agency operator said,
"it is admission that Jews have
these hated characteristics. It
means that the Jews are them-
realize is that their actions only
stimulate the contempt of their
Gentile friends and neighbors.
These people are attempting to
lose their identity with Judaism.
They are insecure and frustrated.
You will no doubt retort," the
operator continued, "that many
of these people do not appear to
be fleeing from the Jewish way
of life. They are leaders in the
community. They attend syna-
gogues and work for Federation
and numerous civic and religious
organizations. True, but their
participation in Jewish life may
be explained, by social pressures,
the desire to make contacts, the
desire for the limelight. Actually,
they want to belong and not to
belong at the same time."
We do not advocate the
changing of standards in order
to take in Jewish help. Indeed
we do not seek preference for
Jewish job-applicants. All they
wantand all we askis a
fair deal, the opportunity to
prove their meritnot as Jews
but as individuals.
Next week we will discuss so-
lutions for the problems. What
has been done to rectify this sit-
uation? What can be done?
Hebrew School
Plans Affairs
The Miami Hebrew School and
Congregation will iniate a series
of games parties Sunday at 8 p.m.
in the rumpus room of the school
building, 1101 S.W. 12th Ave.
Ben Stone and Mrs. Sophie
Moss are co-chairmen of the
parties and will be assisted by
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kostoff, Mr.
and Mrs. Herbert Feldan, Mr.
and Mrs. E. L. Becker and Mrs.
Stone.
The Sisterhood of the Miami
Hebrew School and Congregation
will hold a luncheon and card
party Wednesday at 12 noon at
the China Clipper Restaurant,
1890 S.W. 8th St.
Cards and man jong will be
played and prizes will be awrded.
Hostesses for the afternoon will
be the Mesdames Max Jacobs-
kind, Sophie Moss, Hy Abramo-
vitz, Louis Sorosky, Nat Coulton,
Harry Steinbach and E. L.
Becker.
Admission is $1.25 including
tip. Proceeds will go towards the
Hebrew school. For reservations
call Mrs. Steinbach at 48-1637 or
Mrs. Becker at 3-1025.
Mizrachi Unit To Meet
A meeting of the Miami Beach
Women's Mizrachi is scheduled
for tomorrow night at 8 o'clock
at the Beth Jacob synagogue, ac-
cording to Mrs. Hochman, presi-
dent. Members and friends are
invited to attend.
ADRIAN McCUNE
Real Estate Consultant
Pan American Bank Building
PHONE 3-7796
and non-Jewishsay that Jews se\ves poisoned by the monstrous
are loud and boisterous. "Jewish stereotypes that others have made
girls don't dress appropriately for
business. Moreover, they wear
enough make-up for a stage ap-
pearance." Again the employer
is ascribing the faults of the in-
dividual to the wDiole group.
Moreover, he is singling out cer-
tain faults to which Jews are not
particularly subject and blowing
them up into "Jewish faults." Is
there any reason a priori for Jews
to be more loud and boisterous
than Christians?
Other reasons offered, all equal-
ly unreasonable upon reflection,
are:
(1) Jews are clannish. Take
one into your firm and he'll at-
tempt to drag in ten or twelve
after him.
.(2) Jews do not make easy
adjustments. They do not fit
well into the group.
(3 Jews become too familiar.
If you hire them as servants,
they expect to accompany the
movies, races and other such
"office h, A'.1(l":in soc'ety- The. places. They are what one worn-
;-t"-president" routine an has termed "socially minded."
of them. All the beneficial ef-
fects of your Anti-Defamation
League and your National Con-
ference of Christians and Jews
are immediately destroyed and it
gives us non-Jews an opportuni-
ty to lay the whole burden of the
problem upon the Jewish people
themselves."
"The real reason why so many
Jews discriminate against their
co-religionists," one Jewish op-
erator stated, "is that these Jews,
consciously or subconsciously,
wish to curry favor with non-
Jews and think that this action
will do the trick. Hence, those
Jews who maintain that the rea-
son for their discrimination is
that they do not want their of-
fices to be 100% Semitic are
more honest, in my opinion, than
many who give other reasons.
When a Christian says 'Some of
my best friends are Jews,' he is
condescending; when a Jew says,
'Some of my best friends are
Gentiles,' he is attempting to as-
cend. What such Jews fail to
The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH
The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association
Participating agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation
ANNOUNCES THAT:
1. Any information about Passover may be obtained from
our Director, Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, 818 Michigan
Avenue, Miami Beach, phone 5-3595.
2. In order to be sure that a store is supervised and en-
dorsed by the G.M.V.H. look for the sign of the Greater
Miami Vaad Hakashruth displayed in the meat market
3. Every fowl must bear the identification ring of the
Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth. n 1 D 5
4. Miami Home Milk and Borden's Milk will be prepared
for Passover under the supervision of the Greater
Miami Vaad Hakashruth. Only the products with the
endorsement of the Vaad, the only community-wide
Kashruth organization, should be obtained for Passover.
HARRY SIREN. Pres. H. SOOTIN. Secy.
A. M. BEAR, Vice Pres. S. LOBEL, Treas.
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+Jewish ncrldkMi
FRIDAY, MARCH


43% Of Red Cross
Fund Goal Pledged
$130,887 or 43% of the Dade
county Red Cross fund goal of
nnn n<\ j mm j Fridav evening services at 6 p.m.
$302,200 was reported Monday at gatbath morning service at 9 a.m.
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
Congregation Beth El (Ortho-
dox). 590 S.W. 17th Are. Rabbi
Murray Grauer, Cantor Milton
Friedman.
the third report meeting of the
1949 Red Cross fund campaign
held at the Urmey HoteL
Commander Charles A. Mills,
Dade county chapter chairman,
introduced board members and
held a brief meeting of the Red
Cross board of directors. The
meeting was then turned over to
H. H. Hyman, fund chairman, for
the reports of the division chair-
men.
Three special awards were pre-
sented for outstanding reports of
progress. Mrs. M. J. Shelly, vice
chairman of residential section
North Dade, Ojus and Golden
Beach, received an orchid for
having reported $500 more than
was reported at the same time
in 1948 from her section. Dave
Bosworth, chairman of the pub-
lic service division, received an
award for having the highest re-
will be dedicated to Mlzrachi. Rabbis
Simon April of the Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation and Murray
Grauer will exchange pulpits In honor
of the occasion. Rabbi April's topic
will be: "Israel and the Oalut." Stu-
dent's services at 10 a.m. Saturday
supervised by Bernard W. Klmmel of
the Religious school staff. Mincha at
6:00 p.m. Followed by Shalos Seudos.
Sunday school at 10 a.m. Daily reli-
gious school from 3:30 to 6 p.m. Daily
services S a.m. and 6 p.m.
Jewish Community Center
(Conservative). 2020 Polk St.
Hollywood. Rabbi Max Kaufman.
Fridav evening service at 8:15 p.m.
Rabbi Max Kaufman, assisted by the
choir, will conduct the service and
speak. An Oneg Shabbat will follow
the services on Friday evening. Sat-
urday services at 10 .m. Klddush
after the morning services. Sunday
school at 10:30. Hebrew school Mon-
day, Tuesday and Wednesday at 3
p.m. Confirmation and Bar Mitxvah
classes at extra session Thursday at 3
p.m. Mlnyan service dally at 9 a.m.
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center (Conservative). 1701
Washington Ave.. Miami Beach.
ported percentage at this meet- Rabbi IrTing Lehxtnan,
ing which was 60% of his quota ...... v -.,.,__
ing which was 60% of his quot
reached. John Cheatham, Jr.,
chairman of government em-
ployees division, also received an
award for the highest gain in
percentage over the previous re-
port meeting.
The next report meeting will
be held at the Fu Manchu Rest-
aurant, 130 Biscayne Blvd., at
Cantor
Jacob Y. Goldring.
Friday evening services at 5 p.m.
Late Friday evening services at 8:16.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will preach
on "Are You In Love With Juda
ism?" Cantor Goldring will chant the _
service assisted by the Center choir .be addressed bv the Rabbi at 7:30 a.m.
under the direction of Ben Yomen. Services at 6:15 p.m. followed by a
Saturday morning services at 9 a.m.
Bar Mltrvahs of Robert, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Martin Vogle. and Judd. son
will speak on the Portion of the Week.
Sunday school at 10 a.m. Hebrew
school dally from 3:15 to 6:15 p.m.
Dailv services at 7:30 a.m. and 6 p.m.
United Jewish Scnools. North
Campus. University of Miami.
Sunday School at 10 a.m. Daddiee
Club at 10 a.m. and Adult Bible class
at 10 a.m. with Abraham Levltan.
teacher. An open forum follows.
Coral Gables Jewish Center
(Liberal).
Sabbath eve services at Pratt Gen-
eral Hospital for partlents and resi-
dents of the Coral Gables area at 8:15
p.m. Director Joseph Malek will offici-
ate at the service*. Rabbi S. M.
Machtei will be guest speaker. His
topic will be "A Day in the Life
of a Jew." Cantor Malek will chant
the liturgical portion of the service
and lead the congregation In com-
munity singing. Sam Silver, co-chair-
man of the metropolitan unit of the
1949 Combined Jewish Appeal, will
speak. Mrs William Pallot will bless
the Sabbath Candles. Social hour will
follow the services. As patients must
retire at 9:45. worshipers are asked
to arrive promptly at 8. MedUtlve
organ music will be played prior to
the service by Mrs. Irving Gerstenfeld.
Congregation beth Tfilah (Or-
thodox). 935 Euclid AT*. Miami
Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovsky.
Friday evening services at 6:15.
Saturday morning at 8:30 Rabbi Rack-
ovskv will officiate and speak on the
subject, "Trust and Distrust." Satur-
day evening services at 4:45. Rabbi
will speak on "The Portion of the
Week." Mincha at 6:15 followed by
Shalos Seudos and a program of He-
brew songs and zmlros. Dally services
at 7 and 8 a.m. Class In Mlshna will
of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Ebersman.
12:15 p.m. Monday. All division, The Rabbi will preach on^the_Weekiy
chairmen and group captains are
expected to attend.
A benefit water show for the
American Red Cross fund cam-
paign will be held Sunday at 3
p.m. at the Martinique Hotel,
6423 Collins Ave., Miami Beach.
Wally Spence will be in charge
of the event.
Gordon Jesso announced that
there will be no admission
charged. Proceeds from an auc-
tion of gifts donated by Miami
Beach merchants will be given to
the Red Cross fund. The public
is invited to attend.
Hollywood Group
Elects Officers
Dan Tannen was re-elected
president of the Jewish Com-
munity Center in Hollywood at
the annual election meeting of
the organization held last week.
Other officers include Harry
Stadler, first vice president; Irv-
ing Zuckerman, second vice
president; Joseph Slater, treas-
urer; Fred E. Gilder, recording
secretary; Dr. Herbet Heiden, fi-
nancial secretary; Louis A. Char-
now, sergeant-at-arms.
Board members elected for a
term of three years are Herman
Corn, Louis J. Golden and Syd
I. Lampert. Those who will serve
for two years are Henry Kest,
Morris Madfis and Meyer Heller.
Board members for a term of one man.
year include Joseph Baum, Dave
Feldman and Horace W. Gold-
smith.
Tannen appointed the follow-
ing to serve on the advisory board
of the organization: J. J. Briefer,
Dr. Morton Grossman, B. M.
Goldberger, Louis Greenfield,
Benjamin Hannan, Julius Harris,
Robert Kopelman, Michael Luba-
lin, Dr. I. Orgel, Irving Silver,
George L. Sogg, Ted J. Sorin.
Hyman Tellman was reappoint-
ed honorary board member and
William L. Flacks will again
serve as legal advisory board
member.
Olken To Speak
M. L. Olken, field director of
the American Birobidjan Com-
mittee, known as the Ambijan
Committee, will be principal
speaker at a banquet to be given
by the Miami branch of the or-
ganization Sunday night at 7:30
at the Ritz Plaza Hotel, 1701
Collins Ave., Miami Beach, in
honor of the group's fifteenth
anniversary.
Portion of the Law. Jr. Congregation
at ^:30. Touth breakfast Sunday at
9:15 a.m. in the chapel. Hebrew school
Monday through Thursday 3:30 to 6:30.
Sunday school 10 o'clock to noon. Pre-
klndergarten school Monday through
Friday 9 a.m. to 12. Adult Institute
Monday and Wednesday 7:30 p.m.
Temple Beth Sholom (Liberal).
4144 Chase Ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor
Samuel Kelemer.
Friday evening services at 8:15.
Rabbi Leon Kronish will speak on
"Some Things Are Not Coincidental,"
a sermon dedicated to the 130th anni-
versary of the birth of Isaac Mayer
Wise and the 75th anniversary of the
I'nion of Hebrew Congregations. Mrs.
Aaron Farr. vice president of the
Miami Section, National Council of
Jewish Women, will speak in honor of
Council Sabbath. Mortimer May. vice
president of the ZOA, will be guest
speaker at the Oneg Shabbat which
will follow the sen-Ice In the Temple
Patio. Sabbath service at 10:45. Bar
MItzvah of William Paul Gordeii
Children's birthday blessing. Sunday
school at 9:45 for children from Wi
to 15. Hebrew classes week-days
from 3:15 for children 7}4 to 14.
Temple Israel (Reform). 137
N.E. 19th St. Rabbi Col man A.
Zwitman; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan.
Rabbi Emeritus.
Friday evening services at 8:15.
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will preach
on "Isaac M. Wise, Founder of Re-
form Judaism in America," in honor
Of the 130th anniversary of the
birth of Isaac M. Wise. A con-
gregational reception for worshippers,
under Sisterhood sponsorship, will fol-
low the services with Mrs. Max Holts-
berg and Mrs. Louis Zeientx as March
co-chairmen, and Mrs. Adolph Wer-
thelmer. house and refreshment chair-
Mrs. J. Eppstein will re-
cite the blessing over the Sabbath
randies. Sabbath morning services at
11 a.m. Members of the 1949 con-
firmation class will participate.
Israelite Center (General). 3346
S.W. 24th St
Daily services at 7 a.m. Friday night
services at i p.m. Refreshments will
be served Immediately following the
services. Saturday morning services
at 9 a.m.
Congregation Keneseth Israel
(Orthodox). 432 Espanola Way.
Miami Beach.
Friday evening services at 5:45 p.m.
Saturday morning services at 9 a.m.
Mincha at 5 p.m. followed by Shalos
Seudos.
Religious Congregation. 3681
N.W. 2nd St.
Friday evening services at 6 Satur-
day morning services at 9. Mincha at
6:43 followed by Shalos Seudos.
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W.
12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Berele Kelemer.
Friday evening services at 6:00 p.m.
Saturday morning service at 9. In
commemoration of Mlzrachl Sabbath,
Rabbi Murray Grauer of Congrega-
tion Beth El, will exchange pulpits
with Rabbi April. Rabbi Grauers
topic will be "Israel and American
Israel." Mlshna at 6 p.m. followed by
Mincha and Shalos Seudos. The Rabbi
p.m. rollowed by a
class in Jewish laws and customs,
Maariv follows at 6:15.
Temple Emanu-El (Reform),
1801 S. Andrews Ave.. Fort Laud-
erdale. Dr. Marius Hanson, Rabbi.
Friday evening services at 8:16.
Rabbi Ranson will 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
reception at 9:30 p.m.
Temple Isaiah (Reform), 1065
Dade Blvd., Miami Beach. Rabbi
David Raab.
Friday evening services at 8:15.
Services will be dedicated to the
National Council of Jewish Women.
Representing the Council will be Mrs.
Kdward L. Cowen. Rabbi Raab will
conduct the service and preach the
sermon on the subject: "Great Jewish
Women." Rita Hyman Buckstel, well
known lyric soprano, will be soloist,
accompanied by Betty Halam. A re-
ception will be given bv Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Urodsky In honor of their 23rd
wedding anniversary. Religious school
Sunday at 10 a.m.
Congregation Beth Jacob (Or-
thodox), 301-311 Washington Are-
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff.
Friday evenine services at 4i:00 p.m.
Regular Sabbath service at 8:30 a.m.
Rabbi Mescheloff's sermon topic will
be "This Month Junior services
held for children of elementary school
w In the Religious School annex
at 10 a.m. under direction of Max
Uertman of the faculty. Klddush will
be served under direction of Mrs.
Joseph Brenner. Mincha at 6 followed
by ShaloB Seudos. Sunday school at
9:30 a.m. Dally school from 3:30 to
:30.

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I'll Say...
^Jewisfiftcridfiarj
PAGE SEVENTEEN
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
Zionist Emegrency Committee:
Decay Of Its Miami Branch
It is with a sense of genuine
appreciation that we greet the
Hadassah Southeastern Regional
Conference which will open this
Sunday at the McAllister Hotel.
Through all the turmoil that at-
tended the birth pains of Medinas
Israel, Hadassah has maintained
its high level of service, of de-
votion, of practical idealism.
The Bandwagoners
Unfortunately, the same can-
not be said of all Zionist groups.
The old fervor that animated
Zionism during the past genera-
tion no longer inspires some of
the newcomers. As events rushed
the dream of Herzl towards real-
ization, old timers looked on with
disgust as a horde of opportun-
ists jumped on the bandwagon.
The intruders sought to grab off
the rewards for long Zionist
work, rewards earned by the
labors and sacrifices of a tried
and tested group of devoted
idealists who brought all they
had to the task of regenerating
and rebuilding Israel. The new
element of self seekers and self
servers are on the lookout for
clients, for patients, for prospects,
for honors, for contacts, for back-
ers, for voters, for office, for pro-
motionin short, for everything
except Zion itself.
The Faithful Old Guard
For American Zionist Emergency
Committee. Its Miami branch was
formed in 1945. Immediately a
giant meeting was staged at the
Bayfront Park. A Catholic Priest,
a Protestant Minister, and Rabbi
Stephen S. Wise addressed a
mixed audience of 8000 persons.
The following year, we stood an
entire July day before the Pan
American Building, picketing the
British Consulate. A mass meet-
ing of 9000 protesters followed at
Flamingo Park. In 1947 thousands
marched on Washington Avenue
holding banners demanding a
Jewish state. The newspapers re-
ported a gathering of 10,000
demonstrators, who told the
world in plain words how Ameri-
can Jewry felt about the chican-
ery Britain was weaving to ob-
struct and prevent the formation
of a Jewish state. Through these
years, thousands of letters and
telegrams flooded the White
House, the State Department, and
the offices of Senators and Con-
gressmen. Editorials and news
releases were prepared and de-
livered to our daily papers. The
work was done with quiet un-
ostentation by a steadfast group
of the old school. They neither
sought nor received adulation for
the silent performance of their
sacred duty.
The Reorganized Miami Council
Partition was finally voted by
the U. N. at Lake Success. On
the eve of founding the Jewish
State, the Miami Branch of the
Zionist Emergency Committee
was reorganized. The old faith-
ful workers, never eager to mono-
polize the work or the honors,
were perfectly willing to permit
"new blood" to take charge The
new blood filled the committee
with stuffed shirts and stuffed
girdles. The proclamation of the
State Israel favored the staging
of a gigantic rally. Senator Pep-
per's eloquence inspired the vast
audience to contribute additional
funds because the Jewish State
was in the direct need of arms
sand materials, of planes and
ships. More than $18,000.00 was
poured into the committee's lap.
Each donor expected the money
to go immediately to the new
state. But what did the Miami
Emergency Committee do with
the collected funds it held in
trust? Sent it to the Provisional
Government at Tel Aviv? No
Maam! One third went to Israel,
and a third retained for local
uses. The last third was turned
over to the Jewish National Fund,
which for 40 years has concerned
itself only with buying land in
Palestine. This is how the local
reorganized "emergency" com-
mittee handled the supreme
emergency that threatened the
life of the newly born Israeli
State.
Useless Projects
Under petticoat direction, this
Committee has gone quite social.
Its meetings, held in fashionable
homes, have taken on the at-
mosphere of exclusive cocktail
parties. A rule was forced through
to drop any member failing to
attend two meetings. So the old
tried and tested Zionists who
have no taste for guzzling Bour-
bon at meetings, or listening to
silly mutual admiration talk, were
cashiered. But the winners now
in control woke up to find their
victory rather empty. For be-
yond mixing drinks, there was
nothing to do. It was, therefore,
quite in character for the sisters
to propose a gigantic talk fest.
Why not invite all non-Jews who
are willing to eat free lunches?
Pack the banquets at swanky
hotels with Gentile "Yachnys"
who certainly would listen if
Christian speakers pay tribute to
the heroic defenders of the Jew-
ish State.
The latest inspiration proposed
by the female sub-committee to
the "Emergency Grand Council"
is to send some local judge to
visit Israel. This crowning stupid-
ity shows the desperate search
of this group for some new
"emergency." Does the commit-
tee consider it worth $2,000.00 to
hear a tactful public official re-
port to Jews that Israel is actual-
ly functioning? Would the homey
and hospitable charm of Tel Aviv
impress a Gentile accustomed to
the dazzling glamour of Miami
Beach? Could a conservative
boutnern gentleman, with the
most honest intentions, truly ap-
preciate the socialistic experi-
ments in the Kibbutzthe glor-
ification of humble labor. And
finally, a judge is not a news-
paper correspondent or a radio
commentator who can reach a
wide public.
Zionist Ideology
This brings up a new phase in
^lonistic, surrealistic thinking.
Evidently they have taken a cue
from the Anti Defamation Lea-
gue. To let the world know the
great things the Jews are ac-
complishing in Israel would win
the respect and admiration of
Gentiles. Oh, yeah? One would
expect a little more saichel from
Zionists. They, at least, should
understand the basic philosophy
of the movement. Because Jews
produced such top ranking
geniuses as Moses, David, Solo-
mon, Isaiah, Maccabeus, Jesus,
Spinoza, Einstein, did not pre-
clude the Christian world from
denying them human rights for
1500 years. Will the same world
that viewed with nonchalance
the Nazi extermination of 6,000,-
000 Jews suddenly change on
hearing of the exploits of the
Haganah? Israel was established
by the sweat, blood and tears of
Jews and not by the mild sym-
pathy of passive well-meaning
Gentiles.
It is high time for the Miami
branch of the American Zionist
Emergency Committee to disband.
The emergency is over. Let the
good ladies look for other jobs.
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PAGE EIGHTEEN
>Jenistiflcr*fiaf7
FRIDAY, MARCH 25. 1949
Greater Miami's Jewish Population Hits 40,000; Among Top 15 In Nation
______ -----------^^^^-^ n.nnia .,,,,1 tl,... ......
j Location of Jewish Population
MIAMI BEACH
5 nth Beach to
Lir.cclr. K:->i W.31
Lincoln Ri tc W St.... 2.6
41;: S: tc Surfside 24 4;
All Islands .............. **
100.0*
ing >f abom 25 r^r cent M tnc
Jewish population was isciuaea
land the population was reported
at close K XW The ^r.;u>
committee maintains that tc
at ti .....ras prorabo
r to J *" "
-
As part :: the 19*" survey TO
volunteers m th Great
en s
i :v aesceioeo ,
In the next few issues The
Jewish Floridian will feature
articles on the Jewish popula-
tion of Greater Miami based
upon a report by M. J. Kopel-
owitz. chairman of the census
sob-committee, which is part of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration's community planning
committee.
With approximately 40.u00
Jewish residents, constituting al-
most ten per cent of its total ..... at that time lsttDpl-
population Greater Miami ranks Ko^^AyhatUr
among the top
15 Jewish com-
munities in the
nation. And it's
still growing at
what may be de-
scribed as a sen-
sational rate.
These facts
were revealed ir.
i-i pop u 1 a t i o n
survey under-
taken" by the
Greater Miami
Jewish Federa-
tion in the summer of 1947
only recently completed.
In its capacity as plani
agency for the entire Jewish
community, the Federation initi-
ated the survey to secure
data concerning the number and
tion of the Jewish pop-
ulation as would make for
structive planning of the -
educational, cultural, recreational
igious r.eeds of the com-
munity. More concretely, sh
vice juke boxes or knitting
needles and rockers0
Information obtained from this
survey is of particular import-
e now that the Federation has
luded a S200.000 building fund
in the 1949 Combined Jew-
.'r. A This sum ..- th fit I
r.t towards a five-;
program of expansion and mod-
rnization f local facilities.
Only 16 years ago the Jewish
Statistical Bureau census, which
..-._ ii largely upoi
i -hipan inaccur-
criteria, since a large num-
:' Jews not only are unaf-
- i with synagogues, but do
not even attend on the High Holy
Daysreported that there
2.000 Jews in Miami. Four ;
later the Bureau estimated that
were 7,500 Jewish : si-
d< tits hi r<
The firsl tual survey
I Ji : population was con-
ducted by the Federation in 1944.
Like the recent survey, it was
The survev reveals that the
Jewish population in Miami prop-
ei :s growing at a more rapid
race than that of Miami Beach;
for in 1944 55.4 per cent of the
total population resided in Mi-
a- Beach, while 53 per cent
led there in December. 194..
Even more interesting are shifts
various sections of the com-
munity. According to the 1944
study. 47.7 per cent of the Jewish
r.-riiiati.-m m Miami Beach re-
sided balow 14th St. The 194.
figures for this area, which, how-
ever included three additional
blocks to Lincoln Road, indicated
I B0.8 per cent of the Beach
:.,'. resided from South Beach
Location of Jewish Population
MIAMI
Coral Gables, Coconut
Grove, Hialeah, Miami
Springs, Opa Locka.... 7.1%
Northeast Section........ 2*52
Northwest Section........ 32.2 ,c
Southeast and
Southwest Sections.....51.97c
100.0%
per :-:-: :: the populates
It vv- poss:b.<
- I -. :: ~tr
accurate:
K ;-.". r:tt reports c-arever tc
ioubl : on our figures
It rand -; ..r.c
i m tl sun
During I nti t January :' 41st St. to
Distribution By Sex
MIAMI
Males Females
etc .. 612 :. n ... 730 IC r. 2655 i S.W. 0B1 ......4267 553 714 2629 4250
......S264 50.4* 8146 49.6%
MIAMI BEACH
Males Females
S -i Beach to
Lincoln Read.5372 5814
I.-..::-. Road to
41st St .......1013 1003
this ; : -:- the
(Jim i sity M
ploved *.
canvass : it 5 ] cent ol
the total a eas included in
survt j
As of December. 1947. the Jew-
ish population of Miami Beach
was found to be about 18.600 or
53 per cent of the total, while
tnat of Miami was estimated at
16.400 or 47 per cent of the total
population. The total Jewish pop-
ulation of Greater Miami in De-
1947, was about 35.000.
Since it is estimated that Greater
Miami is growing at a rate of 9
per cent a year, the population
today is approximately 40.000,
porl .^closes.
These figures are as accurate
as can be obtained in a study of
this type-.'" Max Gettinger. sec-
unity planning
...-.d assistant execu-
director of Federation, as-
Gettinger was responsible
:' : :: analysis and interpreta-
; rfside ......2244
a:: Islands ..... 414
2298
404
9519
7 >tal .........9043
TOTAL GREATER MIAMI
Males Females
17,307 17,665
49.5<
50.51
the average Jewish family on the
Beach was 25 persons ranging
from 2.4 persons in the section
up to Lincoln Road to 2.76 per-
sons in the area north of 41st
St The average family in Miami
was 2.77 varying from 2.4 persons
in the N.E. section to 3.0 in the
Gables section. Combining Miami
and the Beach the average family
included 2.63. The average Jew-
ish familv in Miami at the time
of the 1944 survey was 3.12 in-
dividuals. Miami Beach's aver-
age family, vintage 1944, was
2.95 individuals.
"Our present family size shows
a much lower average than the
general population and is lower
than the average of Jewish fam-
ilies in most other Jewish com-
munities," the report discloses.
In Newark, N. J., for example.
the average is 3.52 individuals.
. Major factors in this low
average are the newness of our
community and the large per-
centage of single people or
couples. The largest family in
Greater Miami included eight
people and there were two s
families reported."
Unlike most cities where wom-
en predominate and leap year
and Sadie Hawkins Day are
prayed for, the Jewish popula-
tion of Greater Miami is divided
almost evenly between male and
female with males being 49.5 per
cent and females 50.5. In Miami
Beach women were slightly in
the majority at the time of the
last survey. Whether the males
and females fall into proper age
groups for matchmaking is not re-
vealed.
Dispelling the notion that Mi-
ami is a center for old people
who have come to the magic city
to spend the remainder of their
days in the warmth here is the
disclosure by the survey that in
1947 the average age of the Jew-
ish population of the area was
about 35. A breakdown of the
age grouping reveals that 8.5 per
cent were under 6 years of age.
15.4 per cent were in the schooi
age from 6 to 18 and 41 per cent
of the population ranged from
19 to 45. 16.4 per cent were in
the 46 to 54 category. 12 per cent
were from 55 to 64 years and 6.1
per cent were eligible for old
age pension.
The old age group varies con-
siderably between Miami, where
only 4.7 per cent reside, and Mi-
ami Beach, where 7.3 per cent
are living. Of the 1,330 aged per-
sons on the Beach, 1,017 live in
the section from South Beach to
Lincoln Road.
MORE NEXT WEEK
inder hairmanship of M. J. Ition of figures in the survey.
DISTRIBUTION BY AGE
I -' ....
6-8 .....
....
11-12 ..
13-14 ........... 395
15-18 ........... 929
19-21 ........... 750
.....1326
..... 623
..... 388
..... 340
22-25
26-35
36-45
46-54
55-65
65-74
75 &
927

.3272
.2536
.2536
. 195
18562
7.1
3.4
2.1
1.8
2.1
5.0
4.0
5.0
13 6
17 3
17.6
13.7
13.7
1.1
Miami
1661
640
459
381
393
858
620
814
2755
2931
2459
1666
1666
108
10.1
3.9
2.8
2.3
24
52
3.8
5.0
16.8
17.9
15.0
10.1
10.1
0.7
Total
2987
1263
847
721
788
1787
1370
1741
5275
6141
5731
4202
4202
303
6o
36
2.4
2.1
2.2
5 1
3.9
5.0
15.1
17.6
16.4
12.0
12.0
0.9
100.00 16410 :00.0 34972 100.0
to Lincoln. According to the 1947
survev. the population from Lin-
coln Road to 41st St. comprised
10.9 per cent of the Beach pop-
ulation. In 1944 when the area
covered went from 14th St. to
41st St., the percentage of the
population residing in this area
came to 33.1 per cent. More strik-
ing contrast is displayed in the
area from 41st St. to the end of
Miami Beach, which in 1944
comprised 15.7 per cent of the
total population, whereas in 1947 u1
it constituted 24.4 per cent. The
Islands, which included 3.5 per
cent of the population of the
Beach in 1944, contained 4.4 per
cent in the later survey.
In Miami 14 per cent of the
Jewish population inhabited the
N.E. section ir. 1944, while this
percentage was reduced to 8.8 in
the more recent survey. The com-
mittee states that this probably
reflects the more rapid growth of
other sections rather than a re-
duction in this area. The N.W.
section had 25 per cent and in
1947 this had soared to 32.2 per
cent.
'"There has been a decrease in
the percentage in the S.W., S.E.
sections, which in 1944 amounted
to 55 per cent and in 1947, 51.9,"
the report reveals. "The Gables
and the remainder of Greater
Miami has jumped from 6 to 7.1
per cent."
The 1947 census reveals that
Size of
Family
1
2 .
3
4
5
6
7
SIZE OF FAMILY UNITS
MIAMI BEACH
Total Units
..................... 1308
..................... 2946
..................... 1634
..................... 1143
....................... 283
..................... 59
..................... 17
Total ........................... 7390
Total Persons
1308
5892
4902
4572
1415
354
119
18562
Average Family 25
or 53% of total population
MIAMI
Size of Family 1 ....... Total Units ........... 789 Total Persons 789
2 ....... ........... 1964 3928 4347 5324
5 ....... ........... 274 1370
........... 83 498
......... 22 154
Total ..... Average Family Size of Family ..................... 5912 16410 47% of Total Population 2.77 GREATER MIAMI TOTAL Total Units Total Persons ....................2097 2097 ...................... 4910 9820
........... 557 9249 9896 2785
852
........... 39 273
Average Family 2.63 34972
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1949
^JewistnoridUan
PAGE NINETEEN
nareau Receives
lids For Library
""Bureau of Jewish Educa-
announccs that two new aids
tion
have
been added to its audio-
, Bureau of Jewish Educa-
I
alUbTary. The first of these
Und in a series of songs on
ii sound film, produced*
.hrpw Arts
Sabbath and a
LEGAL NOTICES
the Hebrew Arts Committee. This 3/25 4/1-8-15-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CASA RODRIQUEZ at 822 N Miami
Avenue, Miami, Florida. Intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County
Florida.
FRANK RODRIQUEZ
MAT1LDE RODRIQUEZ
E AMOS BENJAMIN
Attorney for Applicants
M :,nH Now." "Children
film contains
Purim song.
the other addition is a group
f newly released film strips on
Lei iued by the ZOA. Each
*to'contains 45 frames and is
gmpamed with a prepared
lecture
includi
New i
K Old and New," "Children
Jf Itetinv." "Haganah Defend-
iTferael," "Together We
Sl-'Industries of Israel," "My
Zt'her's Keeper," "Planning for
K" and -A Culture Reborn."
These film slides, plus a pro-
jector for exhibiting them, are
Available at the bureau free of
charge. They are recommended
for club leaders, teachers and cul-
tural chairmen. For further in-
formation, call the Bureau of
Jewish Education at 3-5858 or
9-0489. __________________
Applications Accepted
For Brandeis Institutes
The Southern, Southeastern!
and Seaboard Regions of Hadas-
sah and Z.O.A. have been al-
located a quota of 179 Brandeis
Camp candidates for the three
national camps this summer, ac-
cording t" an announcement
made bv the Southern Zionist
Youth Commission, 702 Peters
Building. Atlanta, Georgia.
Any voung man or woman be-
tween the ages of 18 to 25, who
possesses leadership qualities, is
eligible to attend one of the three
camps located in Winterdale,
Perm.; Hendersonville, N. C. and
Santa Su.-ar.a. Calif.
Deadline for applications will
close Aprl 30. Any young person
interested in attending a two-
week, four-week, or seven-week
institute may obtain an applica-
tion and additional information
from Dr. E. J. Edelman, local
youth commission chairman. In-
terested applicants may also ob-
tain information directly from the
Southern Zionist Youth Commis-
sion or the Brandeis Youth
Foundation. 115 W. 87th St., New
York 24. N. Y.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
N'OTK'i: IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Ihe under? fined, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Bennett Wholesale Co Not Inc. at
T36 X.E. 1st Avenue, .Miami, Fin.. In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida
PRANK FISUBEIN
Bole Owner
JULIUS ERSTLINO
Attorney for Applicant
'14 Congri -v nuig.
3/25 1 l-S-15-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, dextrin*; to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Gertler Top Soil Co. at 10.13 N. W.
5th Street, Miami, Fla., IntendB to
register said name with the Clerk of
4he Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
JOSEPH GERTLER
3/23 4/l-8-ir,-^2
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FI.OR1DA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
123176.
ABRAHAM J. EINSTEIN, Plaintiff,
vs. FAN NIK EINSTEIN. Defend-
ant.
You, FANNIE EINSTEIN, c/o
?osen, 24 Marcy Place, Bronx. New
ork. are notified to file your ap-
pearanro In the above cause for di-
vorce on the 18th day of April, AD
1949, otherwise decree pro confesso
will be entered against you.
Dated this 17th day of March, AD.
1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE.
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Plaintiff
SVvbold Building
3/25 4/1-8-15__________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Bond Cleaners 4 Laundry at 3785
Grand Ave., Coconut Grove, Florida,
Intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, FloYlda.
ROSALIE LOWE
Sole Owner
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
650 Seybold Bldg.
Attorneys for Applicant
3/4-11-18-25 4/1
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NOTICE IS HEREBy'gIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
Tne.'J^n,(ler tne fictitious name of
LAD AND LASSIE at 645 Washington
Avenue. Miami Beach. Intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
JEROME RUBIN
t., DYDIA ANN RUBIN
JACK A. ABBOTT
Attorney for Owners
3/4-11-18-25 4/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Eddy's Market at 1342 N. W. 3rd
Avenue, Miami. Florida. Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
EDWARD MEHLER
Sole Owner
3/18-25 4/1-8-15
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SUNSHINE FRUIT SHIPPERS at
1440 N. W. 36th St., and 6666 Blscayne
Blvd. Miami. Fla., Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
MYRON MILLER
FRANK R. CASINO
CHARLES CATTONE
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Applicants
3/11-18-25 4/1-8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Lincoln Center at 630 Lincoln Road.
intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
JOSEPH BODERMAN
MAX BODERMAN
JACK SILVERMAN
MARTHA SILVERMAN
ESTHER BERGMAN
HELEN SMITH
HARRY ZUKERNICK
Attorney for Petitioners
420 Lincoln Road
3/18-25 4/1-8
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 122950.
SYLVIA WOLOVNICK SINGER.
Plaintiff, vs. SAM SINGER. De-
fendant.
TO: SAM SINGER,
282 Pulaskl Street
Brooklyn, New York.
You are hereby ordered to file your
appearance or answer to the bill of
complaint for divorce filed against you
by SYLVIA WOLOVNICK SINGER on
or before the 8 day of April, 1949.
otherwise the allegations of said bill
will be taken as confessed against you.
DONE AND ORDERED this 8 day
of March. 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
3/11-18-25 4/1
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 122729.
EVELYN DRISCOLL. Plaintiff, vs.
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 30th day
of March, 1949, otherwise a Decree
Pro Confesso will be entered against
you.
DATED this 28 day of February,
1949.
E, B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE.
Deputy Clerk.
SAM SILVER
Solicitor for Plaintiff
1703 Congress Building
Miami 32, Florida
3/4-11-18-25
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No 122756.
HERMAN REUBEN ROSENZWETO,
Plaintiff, vs. DEBORAH RUSKIN
ROSENZWEIO. Defendant.
You. DEBORAH RUSKIN ROSENZ-
WEIG, 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 lie entered against you.
Dated this 1st day of March. A.D.
1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE.
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney at Law
1023 Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
3/4-11-18-25
LEGAL NOTICE
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 122921.
MILDRED CARPENTIER, Plaintiff.
vs. CHARLES R. CARPENTIER.
Defendant.
TO: CHARLES R. CARPENTIER,
62 S. 2nd Ave.
Mount Vernon, New York
You are hereby ordered to file your
appearance or answer to the bill of
complaint for divorce filed against
you by MILDRED CARPENTIER on
or before the 7th day of April, 1949,
otherwise, the allegations of said bill
will be taken as confessed against
you.
DONE AND ORDERED this 7th day
of March, 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.
3/11-18-25 4/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Gertler Supply Company, not Inc. at
1063 N. W. 5th Street. Miami. Florida,
intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
JOSEPH GERTLER,
Sole Owner
3/11-18-25 4/1-8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Second Avenue Self Service Laundry
at 619 N. W. 2nd Avenue. Miami,
Fla., intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
PAUL FOX
ESTHER FOX
3/18-25 4/1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tho undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
THE SID-MAR MEAT & FOOD
MARKET at 1155 N.W. 3rd Avenue.
Miami, Florida, Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
lda" HARRY INDGIN
GERTRUDE INDGIN
THEODORE J. SAKOWITZ
Attorney for Applicants
3/18-25 4/1-8-15 __________________
M. B. GARRIS
Consulting Engineers
PHONE 48-9876
Now Located at
1614 S. W. 27th Ave.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the. undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Bell Carbonic Co. at 30 S. W. 30th
Road, Miami, Florida, Intend to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
C.rcult ^^ ENGINEERINO.CO.
BURNETT ROTH,
Attorney for Applicant
Congress Bldg.
3/11-18-25 4/1 ___________
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
122679.
ESTHER WILLIAMS, Plaintiff, vs.
JAMES WILIJAMS, 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.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
JOSEPH H. GANZ
748 Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
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.
FLEATA PENDER. Plaintiff, vs.
LAWRENCE JOHN PENDER. De-
fendant.
To: Lawrence John Pender
c/o Schrievers, Main Street
Rockland County
New 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. RICE, JR.,
Deputy Clerk.
HAROLD SHAPIRO
Attorney for Plaintiff
927 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fla.
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
Florida Chemical and Supply Com-
pany at 545 West Flagler Street, Mi-
ami Fla.. intends to register said
nme with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Da^County, Florida^
Sole Owner
2/25 3/4-11-18-25
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NOTICE IS AHEREBYVGIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
,n*iness under the fictitious name of
Southeastern0 Plastic Distributor.7*t
>fil N W. 27th Terrace. Miami, .fia.,
fntendsVo register ldmSS wltt.the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of uaae
County. Florlda.BB KATZEN
MARX FABER
Attorney for Applicant '
412 Congress Bldg.
2/25 3/4-11-18-25__________________
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 123107.
PRIMO MANTEGARI. Plaintiff, vs.
PAULINE MANTEGARI, Defend-
ant
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: PAULINE MANTEGARI
2169 45th Street
Astoria, L. I.. New York
You are hereby notified and ordered
to appear to the Bill of Complaint
for Divorce filed against you by the
Plaintiff herein on or before the Z5tn
day of April. 1949. otherwise the al-
legations therein contained will be
taken as confessed by you.
Dated: March 15. 1949.______
B. B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)^ & ^^
Deputy Clerk.
SAM SILVER
Solicitor for Plaintiff
1703 Congress Building
Miami 32, Florida
S/2S 4/1-8-15 ^_________________
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN COUNTY' JUDGE'S COURT. DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA.No. 20638.
RE: ESTATE OF
AGNES ROBERTS,
Deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Executor of the
estate of AGNES ROBERTS deceased;
and that on the 11 day of April, 1949.
will apply to the Honorable W. F.
Blanton. County Judge of Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, for approval of said final
report and for final discharge as
Executor of the Estate of AGNES
ROBERTS, deceased.
This 9th day of March. "49.
HARRY ROBERTS
WASMAN, SILVER & SAKOWITZ
Attorneys for Executor
3/11-18-25 4/1
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY, No.
122887.
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 of 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 be taken as confessed by
you.
This order is to be published once
a week, for four (4) consecutive weeks,
in the Jewish Florldian, a newspaper
published in Dade County, Florida.
Dated this 5th day of March, A.D.
1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By F. J. GOULD,
Deputy Clerk.
JOSEPH H. GANZ and ARONOVITZ,
WE1NKLE & ARONOVITZ
Solicitors for Plaintiff
3/11-18-25 4/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NOTICE IS AHMEEREBY GIVEN that
business under tne 'iclA'ui at 706 5th
Florlda' JOSEPH PERSICO
Sole Owner
1703 Congress Bldg
3/11-18-25 4/1-8
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY". IN CHANCERY, No.
12^0*12
HERMAN LEVY, Plaintiff, VS.
SAI.LIE LEVY. Defendant.
TO: SALLIE LEVY,
c/o B. Kahn,
387 Ocean Parkway,
?OU*,yAnRENeHEYREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you by HER-
MAN LEVY, your husband, in the
abo?e styled" cause and in.the above
named Court; and you are further
notmed that you are hereby required
to file an appearance in said pro-
ceedings on o?before the ltth Vpril A.D. 1949. otherwise the al-
iegaions of .aid Bill f Complaint
will be taken as confessed by you.
This order Is to be published once
* week, for four (4) consecutive
(Circuit Court Seal) ft p^j
Deputy Clerk.
\RO OVITZ. WEINKLE &
ffitSTO Plain""
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No.
22108
In Re:' ESTATE OF MART Bt;K.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 G1L-
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 pf the
claimant and to be sworn to and
presented as aforesaid, or same will
be barred. See Section 120 of the 1933
Probate Act.
Dated March 4. A.D. Mia
EDWARD L. GILLIANS.
As Executor of the Last Will and
Testament of Mary Bernhard
Glllians. Deceased.
SAMUEL J. RAND
617 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Executor
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
M & H Delicatessen and Restaurant
at 108 S. Miami Avenue, Miami, Fla.,
Intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
ALFELD. INC.
A Florida Corporation
MARX FABER
Attorney for Applicant
Congress Building
3/11-18-25 4/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tho undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Atchley's Department and Appliance
Store at 2808 N. Miami Ave., Miami,
Florida, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
MORRIS APTAKIN,
Sole Owner
LEONARD L KIMBALL
Attorney for applicant
412 Congress Bldg.
3/11-18-25 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
Basset 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 H LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seali
Bv If. C. FEIGE.
Deputy Cleik
WASMAN. SILVER & SAKOWITZ
Attorneys for Plaintiff
c, bold Blae
a/4-U-lt-M 4/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
The Washerteria at 904 S. Miami Ave.,
Miami, Florida. Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
MATILDA FELDSTEIN
Sole Owner
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
Seybold Bldg.
2/25 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
The Variety Concessions at Room
704, Pacific Building. Miami, Florida,
intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
A. Z. ALPERT
HENRY SOLOMON
Ownei s
3/4-11-18-25 4/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
hn.-lness under the fictitious name of
Ken boll Kosher Meat Products at 207
Almerla Avenue, Coral Gables. In-
tfnds to register said name with the
Clei-k of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
HOWARD DEVORKIN
Sole Owner
LER1CK AND SHAPIRO
Attorneys for Applicant
420 Lincoln Road
8/4-11-18-25 1/1


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*Jewishfhridlian
FRIDAY, MARCH 25
Over 200 Attend
ADL Parley Here
Package of President Truman's
Civil Rights program and the
adoption of an extensive educa-
tional campaign interpreting the
democratic ngnts and responsi-
bilities of all Americans was
urged March 13 by Benjamin R.
"' Epstein of New York, national
director of the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith, in an ad-
dress at a statewide celebration
commemorating the 158th anni-
versary of the publication of
Thomas Paine's "Rights of Men"
held at Miami Beach. Over
200 Florida leaders attended
the all-day session of the insti-
tute, which was under the chair-
manship of Leonard L. Abess.
Epstein charged that one of the
major causes of the widespread
discriminatory practices preval-
ent in our nation has been the
failure to educate the American
people to a fundamental grasp of
the concepts of American demo-
cracy. He urged adoption of an
educational program for "Demo-
cracy at Home" similar to the
State Department's "Voice of
America" broadcasts which seek
to promote democracy abroad.
Such programs should dramatize
the fundamental concepts of
American democracy in simple
terms and present frankly the
"unfinished tasks" facing our na-
tion as enunciated in "To Secure
These Rights," the report of
the President's Committee on
Civil Rights.
"Real progress is being made
in the South under the leader-
ship of newspaper editors, educa-
tors, and church leaders," he
Pictured above are Frank
Kline, 61, and Joan Morris, 16,
the oldest and youngest mem-
bers of the honor guard of the
Norman Bruce Brown Post of
the Jewish War Veterans. Joan,
who is the daughter of the post
adjutant, is bugler and a mem-
ber of the post auxiliary.
ney, for "outstanding contribu-
tions to community relations as
the former director of the Flor-
ida Anti-Defamation League of-
fice."
The morning session featured
addresses by Dr. Maurice A.
Goldberg of Washington, D. C,
president, B'nai B'rith District
Grand Lodge No. 5, and Julius
Fisher of Roanoke, Virginia, sec-
retary, B'nai B'rith District No.
5. A panel, "Making Democracy
Work in Our Community" was
conducted by Gilbert J. Balkin,
stated.^Cities^like" Tallahassee ft?22F J5LS? Anti-Defamation
and Miami have struck hard
blows for democracy through
their Anti-Mask' ordinance and
Governor Fuller Warren of Flor-
ida has won nationwide acclaim
for his forthright denunciation
of the Ku Klux Klan."
Plaques for outstanding ac-
hievements in the field of Human
Relations were awarded to Dr.
Gordon W. Lovejoy of the Uni-
versity of Miami, for his work in
"intercultural education;" to
Warren H. Pierce, associate edi-
tor, on behalf of the St. Peters-
burg Times for its "courageous
editorial fight against bigotry
and intolerance" and to George
J. Talianoff, Miami Beach attor-
League Florida office.
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r mAY. MARCH 25. 1949 -Jewish fhrkliar, PAGE NINE Y Summer Camp plans Announced Registrations for the Miami Beach YM & WHA Home Camp ill be accepted beginning April was announced by Dr. M. B. Cirlin chairman of the camp "gSSby Jerry Carver Y athletic director, the camp will K! in its sixth season. Open to children between the ages of four nd fourteen, the program will ni .it,rle a full day of activities, ding swimming at the Blacko e pool, athletic activities, arts and c"fts, music, dancing, pupnetry dramatics and trips to local Lts of interest. The camp will L on a five-day week schedule from 9:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. and i-ill be limited to 120 children. Asusting Carver will be Herb Rich the Miami Beach High School athlete now playing football for Vanderbilt University and Si Gelber, who is teaching at a private schools. Meals will be served under the supervision of Naomi Siegal, camp dietician. Weekly fees will be $11 per child which includes insurance. Membership in the Y is required. There will be an added charge of $150 per week for those desiring transportation. The camp will run for a period of ten weeks beginning one week following the closing of school, which has tentatively been set for June 17. Members of the home camp committee are: Leo Huberman, Mrs. Miriam Sirkin, Mrs. Carl Susskind, Mrs. Nettie Lefkowitz, Mrs. Marcella Heiman, Mrs. Sybil Schiff, Mrs. Jack Solomon, Mrs. June Prensky, Mrs. Stanley Richard and Dr. Lewis Julien. Weinstcin Is Sholem Lodge Parley Chairman Irwin Weinstein has been named convention chairman from Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith it was announced last week by John Kronenfeld and Marx Faber. All B'nai B'rith members of Sholem Lodge may make reservations for the four-day state convention in Havana, Cuba, by contacting Weinstein at 3-8587 or by calling Milton A. Friedman, state federation p resident, at 3-6264. JUDGE KENNETH OKA Popular Attorney and Justice of t'eace of Miami Beach, says: Juaicjal duties have ways of o anketing one's time, and vaca n s 2* me are rare and treasured, when one does come I want ,n e p^J l fuU y*" w y J £" FARR to assure myself of the S ln traVel and accom !" >daFARR "Your Travel Agent" Newspaper Man To Speak Here Mike Gorman, newspaper man and author of "Oklahoma Attacks Its Snake Pits," will speak in the city auditorium, Bayfront Park, Wednesday at 8:15 p.m., under the auspices of the Mental Health Society of Southeastern Florida. Gorman has gained national prominence in the past year for his newspaper crusade to do something about "the forgotten people in mental hospitals." In May 1948, Gorman received a special Lasker award "for public information leading to public action" in the field of mental hygiene. A young man of 33, Gorman is the first newspaper man to win this distinction. The Reader's Digest (September, 1948) printed a condensation of his book in its book section. He also won the Junior Chamber of Commerce award. Admission is free and the public is invited. Beach Lodge To Install Leaders Plans are underway for the installation of officers of the Miami Beach Lodge B'nai B'rith at a dinner dance to be held Sunday, April 24, at 6:30 p.m. at the Saxony Hotel. According to an announcement by George J. Talianoff, banquet chairman, Senator Claude Pepper has accepted an invitation t obe guest of honor. Other outstanding civic leaders have also been invited. David R. Isen, Miami Beach realtor, will be installed as president for the 1949-1950 term. Other officers to be installed with Isen will be: Godfrey K. Newman, Sam W. Shapiro, Jules Charming, vice presidents; recording secretary, Jack Gold; treasurer, S. Laurence Sootin; financial secretary, Seymour Satin; monitor, Harry Zukernick, ssistant monitor, Siegfried Geismer; warden, Simeon D. Spear; guardian, Barnet Beckerman. Reservations at $5.75 per person include all gratuities. Tickets may be secured by calling Miss Sadie Alexander at 5-2435, Miami Beach Lodge office. Sorority Marks Founder's Day Omega Chapter of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority at the University of Miami celebrated the organization's 32nd founder's Day with a luncheon at Erving's Restaurant Saturday. Guests of honor were visitors from the Tallahassee chapter and the local alumnae group. The sorority was founded at New York University in 1917 and now includes chapters in colleges and universities throughout the United States and Canada. Carole Tannen, Omega president, made the welcoming address in which she outlined the activities of the chapter. Last year the group won the campus variety show award, the campus garden plot award and the certificate of merit of having raised the most funds in the United Jewish Appeal drive. Cantor Lebele Waldman Will Conduct Passover Services At Grosslnaer's GROSSINGER LAKE, N. Y.— Cantor Lebele Waldman will conduct the Passover services at the Grossinger Hotel and Country Club, here, for the third consecutive year. He will be assisted by Samuel Sterner and his choir. A rabbi will oversee the services, and, as in past years, Meyer Pesin, editor of the Jersey City (N. J.) Jewish Standard, will deliver the sermons. Abby Silverstein Weds Irving Epstein In Garden Ceremony On Sunday ., The garden of the home of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kogan, 4465 Adams Ave., was the setting Sunday for the nuptials of Abby Silverstem, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Silverstein, and Irving Epstein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Epstein of Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman performed the ceremony. Over 400 guests attended. Mrs. I r m a Rochlin, Statesville, N. C, was her sister's only attendant. Irwin Levine, brotherin-law of the bridegroom, was best man. Guests from New York who came for the ceremony were Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kogan, Ben Gold, Mrs. Rena Spatt, Mrs. Harry Silverstein, Mrs. Morris Silverstein, Sandy Kogan, Isadore Gold and Dr. and Mrs. Milton Kramer. Detroit guests included Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Levine, Mrs. Sophie Jaffe, Mary Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Suckoff. Mr. and Mrs. Rochlin of Statesville, N. C, also arrived for the wedding. Upon their return from a wedding trip, the couple will reside at 335 S.W. 30th Road. Beach Elks Eleet Morris G. Warner Morris G. Warner, attorney, has been elected exalted ruler of the Miami Beach Elks Club, succeeding Dr. H. R. Mechlowitz. Others elected were Harold B. Spaet, esteemed leading knight; E. C. Fogg, III, esteemed loyal knight; David M. Trau, esteemed lecturing knight; Allan Stratton, secretary; Albert Finkelstein, treasurer; Edward Dornbush, tiler; Sol Merigoff, trustee. The new officers will be installed at a banquet April 7. REFl/S£ £(J6SVri/7ES;


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PAGE SIX -Jmist fkrkMMFRIDAY, MARCH 25, I949 • Mrs. Sudarski Here In Behalf Of Jewish Lithuanian Cultural Society Ifn AlU 5uia:;>. is vising Miami in behali ::' the J Lithuanian Cultural 5: ac tj H husband Dr M Sudarski, s siciar author and column 51 the Jewish Daily News, is laborat:r.g with the publicati D I tevy %  bout the past rf Dthuaniaa Jewry ••Sir.ce all Jews in Lit have been virtually extei "ed."' Mrs. Sudarskv says, it is urgent to save from livion their great cultural and c r.tr.'r. _\ '.-. ='c these will contain article ted bj the greatv-: living authorities ::. the subjects The hist ry I Lithuanian Jews is handled by iuch experts as [ rtors •••.nitecer. Bruzkus. J F. binson. J Berg-:-.-. Aar tl S1 L. Lowen U and thers the great achieven ent 1 L:1 Jews in religious lore are recorded by Profess L C. H Tchernowitz and ?..A:::-, a: ::r.5ky A nu; of essays n eultui social, literary, and econ su:-v;ts are written by such known writers a^ V. Schuli D. W. Schwartz, S. Back, J Hell r H. Lang, B. L01 3 Z G .idberg. Osip Dyn :':' D r A. Reisen, B. G. Ri Jacob Shatzky, Herman Fi and a host : thei men 1 lettei A meeting was held at th e of Mrs. Fannie Sobel, 1" Jarr.ed Ave., Miami Beach M 16. Harry Sirr.onh fl presided, an I Mrs Sudarski spoke. Her adlt v •: the intellectual achie 1 en I Lith tanian Jew .-. •:. S ry :•:.: theii tragic %  Nazis Sh stress) i tl ( vt at .-.' that .•_-. eneraetic and intelle • : %  • -:• thai -.:iiries in —ti uani& As a fitting torn stone U its .• is fitting tc .v mem< ry in I written by historians wh< ur 11] and spirit at the vanq Tn< • ks n Litl 1 -. an Jewry publis ed by the Jewi n Culttu : • Ire address M. Sudarski 57 W%  571 St, New York. N. Y. Bnei Akiva Will >1HM Sunday >"ito Bad Akn 1 th< relig; as -• ~.5: >;„:;-. B Of H -— will meet St '• -•• Bta;. Tr.i program WUJ records sorgs Morton Rosenbaum ad %  mission an The Historical Ivelopment :'. Religious L Z ion a ... — • fjrsl .' s< •lectures EH given ..". tius ting Upon nclusion f the eight-week i an tic r. % %  • ... ( giver tc th< The -: dividual rhc >n this test will be :' '.-... youths c:' high s< ire invited U attend • ting f r furthe: informabos caB Marvin Zalis at J-6101 Flagler-Grcmada Women Hold Luncheon Meeting The Sister! the lagler:..:;.• Cen. %  %  %  ting and a at the Fu Manchu Restaurant Tuea Highlighl of th meeting was radu gram Lunch n u-.tr. Josej m< is bi .;..-•. fronj the restauranl daily Several —. en bers ganzal.. r. lacludir.g .:cier-Granada's president Herman Feldman were inu '. a t.-.e i.r. Mrs Ben Cl< rman oi the a'fa.r received me .:' the many prizes awarded t< participants v r. U -. program. Spend Your SPRING VACATION at the De Soto Hotel and Health Resort SAFETY HARBOR. FLORIDA R*$t and relax at one of the West Coast's finest hotels. Spring Vacation rates of $8 per day, American Plan, effective now. TELEPHONE: CLEARWATER. 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I PAGE EIGHT vjenisti HcridHari i' i i f i i i %  1 Personally Speaking ... Mr. and Mrs. Sam Prosterman, 4427 Royal Palm Ave., Miami Beach, have as their houseguests their son-in-law and daughter. Dr. and Mrs. Herman Levy, and their children, Marsha and Jerry, all of Chicago. Dr. Levy is a professor at the University of Illinois Medical School in Chicago. + Mrs. Donald (Enid) Smith of Akron, Ohio, recently returned North after recuperating from an operation at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Firestone, 281 S.W. 28th Road. Miss Beatrice Shapoff, dauqhter of Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Shapoff, 318 S.W. 28th Road, left for Hechalutz Training Farm at Cream Ridge, N. J., where she will be trained for service in Israel. Miss Dorothy Golden, daughter of the Edward Goldens, 1040 S.W. 6th St., is expected home from Duke University for spring vacation. Dorothy was recently elected judicial secretary of the women's student government. Mr. and Mrs. Sid Lewis who operate Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville, N. C are at the CataHna Hotel, Miami Beach, for a short stay before returning to North Carolina. The Lewises have been wintering at the Yacht Basin Apartments in Clearwater Beach, Fla. %  Newlyweds from Philadelphia spending their honeymoon at the Delano Hotel are Mr. and Mrs. Albert Siebner, married on March 12. The bride is the former Miss Frances Singer. While here, the couple is being entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Jules Yellin, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Isen, and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Segal. They will remain for almost a month. %  %  M Mr. and Mrs. George J. Talianoff, 4560 North Meridian Ave., Miami Beach, announce the birth of a daughter, Marsha Linda, bom March 18 at St. Francis Hopsital. The Talianoffs are the parents of another daughter, Susan. %  %  Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ellis, 1224 S.W. 13th Ave., were hosts at a birthday dinner in honor of Miss Evelyn Neugebauer, 2860 S.W. 22nd Terr. The Ellises and Miss Neugebauer are on the teaching staff of the Beth Sholom Sunday School. The ladies are also members of Tamara Chapter of Mizrachi Women. Marcia and Elaine Ellis were responsible for table setting and decoration. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Venet, 2110 S.W. 14th Terr., announce the birth of a son, born Tuesday, March 22, at Doctors' Hospital, Coral Gables. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Venetsky and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard I. Gelbert, all of Miami. Great grandparents are Solomon I. Savitz of Brookline, Mass., and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Goldberg of Mattapan, Mass. Mrs. Gelbert is circulation manager of The Jewish Floridian. The bris will take place Wednesday. Mlzraehi I 'nil To Give Donor Fete The Tamara Chapter of Mizrachi Women will hold a donor luncheon Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. at the Grossir.ger-Pancoast Hotel, Miami Beach. Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, owner of the hotel, will serve as hostess to the group. A fashion show w i 1 t highlight the affair, according to Mrs. Jack H. Kane, chairman, and Mrs. Ch a rlesAf rs. Grossinger Turk, president, will announce the names of those persons whose work will be recognized by life memberships, as well as those who will be included in the Golden Book of Mizrachi. FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1949 Children To Honor Louis Millers On Golden Wedding Anniversary Sunday Yiddish Film Stars Appear On Plaza Bill Opening yesterday at the Plaza Theatre for a six-day personal appearance were Seymour Rechtzeit and Miriam Kressyn, nationally known Yiddish songsters and film stars. The current screen attraction features Boris Thorrashefsky in "Bar Mitzvah." vah." E. M. Peretzmans Married March 20 The marriage of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Martin Peretzman was solemnized Sunday, March 20, at 4 o'clock at the Beth Sholom Temple. Rabbi Leon Kronish performed the ceremony. Mrs. Peretzman, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Klein, 1110 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach, is a graduate of the Miami Beach High School and was a model before her marriage. Mr. Peretzman is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Peretzman of 926 13th St., Miami Beach. He also attended Miami Beach High School and served three vears in the Navy. Following the ceremonv. a supper was given at the Shelborne Hotel for the immediate family. Later the couple left for a fourweek wedding trip. On their return, they, will move into their new home at 2200 S.W. 23rd Terr. Invitations will be sent out for open house to relatives and friends. Zionist Youth Counsel Announces Israeli Tour The Southern Zionist Youth Commission, in cooperation with Lou Schwartzman of the Atlanta Bureau of Jewish Education is announcing tentative plans for a seven-week Israeli tour to be conducted for ten to fifteen southern young men and women. The three weeks travelling to and from Israel will be spent studymg Hebrew, the history of Palestine and mapping out those things which the group would like most to see and do during their montn-long stay. Estimated cost of the tour will be about $1,000. The tour will begin the latter part of June. c,J£ Se interest ed in making such a tour are asked to contact Lou Schwartzman, Bureau of Jewish Education, 608 Paters Bldg. Atlanta, 3g or the Sou?" 2 !" Zionist Youth Commission 702 Peters Bldg., Atlanta, Ga Evelyn Kaplan To Wed Stanley Falke Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kaplan of 2907 Sheridan Ave., Miami Beach, announce the June wedding of their daughter, Evelyn, to Stanley Falke, son of Mrs. Rose Falke of Miami. Miss Kaplan is a graduate of the Miami Beach High school and the Charron-Williams Commercial college. She is assistant auditor at the Shelborne Hotel. Her fiance served with the Navy for Kipnis Photo Evelyn Kaplan three and a half years in the Mediterranean Theatre of Operations and is now a student in the University of Miami's school of accounting. The nuptials have been set for June 5 at 2:30 p.m. in the Kaplan home with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating. Attending the bride will be maid of honor, Miss Henrietta Rosenthal. Best man will be the groom-elect's brother, Al Falke. Immediately following the wadding reception, the newlyweds will take a honeymoon trip throughout Florida. Upon their return they will reside in Miami Beach. Betrothal Announced The engagement of Delphine Weinberg to Sumner Glazer, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Glazer, 2528 S.W. 10th St., and Brookline, Mass., was announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weinberg, 1225 S.W. 22nd Terr., at a cocktail party honoring the bride-elect on the occasion of her birthday anniversary. Miss Weinberg attended Washington University in St. Louis, where the family formerly resided. Her fiance attended schools in Boston. No date has been set for the wedding. Mrs. Brodsky Entertains Committee Members Mrs. Jack Brodsky, chairman of the nominating committee of Temple Itaiah Sisterhood, entertained her committee at a luncheon Tuesday at her home, 951 Bay Drive, Miami Beach. Guests were the Mesdames Ben Silver, Ann Berry, Joseph Rosenthai and H. Lencer. A slate will be brought in at the April meeting. Mr. nnd Mrs. Louis Miller In honor of the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Miller, their children, Harry Miller, Mrs. A. E. Woolfe and Mrs. Sol Leslie, will give a reception and buffet supper at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Miller, 4340 Nautilus Drive, Miami Beach, Sunday at 5:30 p.m. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will perform the ceremony which will begin at 6 p.m. The Rev. Maurice Mamches will offer the traditional liturgical selections and Rosemary Gerson Kaplan will sing "I Love You Truly." The Millers' three children, twelve grandchildren and two great grandchildren will serve as wedding attendants. Mr. and Mrs. Miller are pioneer residents of Miami Beach Sisterhood Luncheon Nora Geane De Clerk, soprano, and Edward Doe, baritone, both of the Miami Opera Guild, will appear at the luncheon and musicale to be given by the Coral Gables Jewish Center Sisterhood at the Coral Gables Women's Club, Ponce de Leon Blvd. and Santilliane Ave., Wednesday at 1 p.m. Both soloists will be accompanied by Gertrude Hazelwood. On the same program Sandra Stein, pupil at the George Milenoff Dance Studio will offer several numbers. Mrs. Leo Wool and Mrs. William Heckler are in charge of the entertainment. Mrs. William Karo, hostess, will be assisted by the Mesdames Sidney Richman, A. W. Harris, Saul Kline and Irving Gerstenfeld. who have been active participants in the civic and religious life of the area. Prior to moving to Miami, Mr. Miller was president of the Akron and Cleveland Zionist District. He has served as treasurer of the Miami Beach District and is now on the board of the Hebrew Academy, Hias and numerous other organizations. Mrs. Miller was founder and president of tlhe Hebrew Sheltering Home which is still in operation in Akron, Ohio. No personal invitations will be issued. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. NERVES Nervous Conditions Specially Treated Dr. Springmyer. Physician 79th ST. CLINIC 249 N.W. 79th St. Ph. 78-8407 Academy Students Show Achievement The results of the Metropolitan Achievements Tests, recently given to the students of the upper grades of the Hebrew Academy have shown that the average educational achievement of the pupils examined was between two and three years above the established educational norm for the United States. The tests were supervised by the principal of the academy, Sol L. Sugarman and the late David Levy, senior member of the faculty who was once principal of Creston Junior High School in New York City. "The results of these tests are the more gratifying," Sugarman stated, "since the course of study at the academy includes a course of Hebrew studies, music, dramatics and allied arts in addtion to the studies commonly taught in the public school system, all within the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m." £ undine's You too can make party cakes with Kraft Handy Cake Decorator $100 1 Set What fun you'll have decorating special occasion cakes, salads, desserts and main dishes with this easy to use decorator set! Set includes 4 different decorating tips and 3 decorating bags for many pretty designs. Complete with instructions and icing recipes. See this set demonstrated on the^ Fifth Floor. Burdine'i. Miami. HouHwiril, Fifth Floor



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PAGE FOUR +Jelst fkrHiir FRIDAY, MARCH 25. 1 949 EDITORIAL • I i EQUAL RIGHTS TO ALLHIS CORNERSTONE Israel And The C. \. Though it was a foregone conclusion that the Security Council would act favorably on Israel's UN membership application, the actual decision was a historic event because it has opened the door of the United Nations to the new state. The occasion showed that the world has finally come to recognize that Israel is firmly established militarily and diplomatically, and that it is ready to play its destined role in the family of nations. That the Egyptian delegate would make a dramatic z'.e-z against admission was naturally to be expected. Ke had to do it for home consumption. However, Britain's course in abstaining at a time when it has given de facto recognition to the new state is a horse of a different color. The British tried to justify his government's position, cut h_3 statement was lacking both in logic, straig-tiorv.-caar.ess and the diplomatic cuteness for wnich Britain is so famous. The key to Britain's position before the Security Council is to be found in Rhodes, where the cr-.-stice negotiations with Transjordan that were expected to run so smoothly have suddenly hit upon a snag. And interestingly enough, British tar.ics have repeated themselves. We still rerr.err.he: that when Egypt's morale was at its lowest, and when Cairo gave indications of early agreement, Bevin created a crisis by staling that he would use force, if necessary, against Israel, in fulfillment of a British treaty with Egypt which Cairo itself had repudiated. Now that Amman decided to negotiate with Israel, Britain's government again injected the issue of mysterious Israeli troop movements, thus hinting trouble was still chead. The masters of 10 Downing Street still are determined to trip Isrcel if they can. Have You Made Your Contribution? 1949 Combined • Jewish Appeal A Great Cause A Mighty Quota A Great Jew and Great American "After a long life I still believe in one world and one humanity with freedom under law, with justice and peace for all peoples and races and faiths." This was the testament of faith of one of America's and Jewry's great—Dr. Stephen S. Wise— as he reached the age of seventy-five. Dr. Wise has been one of the most active figures on the American, Jewish and world scene for more than fifty years. An idealist by inclination and tradition, he has stood at the helm of every forward movement in the United States, fighting for the rights of the Jew. the Negro, the workingman and the aggrieved everywhere, ringing his convictions with a voice and sincerity re m i nis cent of the ancient prophets in Israel. The voice of the golden orator of the earlier days still rings over the land in every community where there are Jews. At seventy-five his voice is mellower. But his thoughts are sharper. The fervor of youth has given way to the glow of wisdom and retrospection. The belief that was his as he first stepped on pulpit has crystallized into a profound faith—a faith in man and humanity which has remained unshaken even by the tragic events of our generation. Historians, sociologists and psychologists for years have been seeking the key to Jewish existence through the ages in face of adversity and persecution which would have ended the chapter of a less tenacious people. The explanations have been many. But in the end it was one factor which has largely been responsible for Jewish survival—faith. Read the history of the Jews since the dispersion and you find that the outstanding cohesive force in their lives was beWelcome Israel Dr. Wise Marks 7 Iraqi Jews Sentenced 75th Birthday To Death In Absentia lief, belief in God, belief in redemption, belief in the basic goodness of man, belief in the ultimate emergence of a just society and belief in the re turn to Zion. Dr. Wise epitomizes that characteristic in Jewish life to the highest degree. Only a man of great faith could have said some four years ago, when the picture was still so blurred, that he will live to see the establishment of a Jewish state in Palestine. Dr. Wise's prophecy has been fulfilled, and probably the happiest moment in his life was when he received an invitation from President Weizmann to visit Israel. In a century which has witnessed so much destruction. Dr. Wise has been a builder. May the Lord strengthen his hands as a builder of Israel for many, many years to come. Welcome Miami will be honored this weekend with the presence of Mrs. Moses P. Epstein. National Past President of Hadassah. Mrs. Epstein has played a dominant role in Zionist affairs for many years and will bring to her hosts, the Hadassah Southeastern Regional Conference, a wealth of up-todate information on the Zionist picture. Several hundred women from the entire Southeastern Region are expected to participate in the three-day sessions devoted to "Israel Faces Tomorrow." We bid welcome to Mrs. Epstein, our distinguished guest, and know that her presence here and the message she will bring will inspire Hadassah to continue its good work. NEW YORK. UTA,—Dr. Stephen S. Wise this week celebrated his 75th birthday. Congratulatory messages were received by him from numerous Jewish and Don-Jewish dignitaries, as well as from Jewish communities in Europe. Latir. America, Australia and other areas. The American Jewish Congress, of which Dr. Wise is president, announced this week the establishment of four annual Stephen S. Wise awards of SI.500 each "in recognition of outstanding service or for the encouragement of creative contribution" in the 'development of Israel ar.d Israeli-American relations, the defense of the rights and status of Jews in other lands, the enrichment of Jewish cultural and religious life and the guarantee of full civil rights in the U.S. for all persons." WASHINGTON. (JTA) — Edward S. Crocker, America.-. Ambassador to Iraq, has cabled the State Department that the seven Jews sentenced to death in Iraq were sentenced in absentia, a Department spokesman said this j week. However, the names of the men were not the same as those I listed in the original report. 1 Ambassador Crocker cabled .from Baghdad that 15 Jews were also sentenced to prison in absentia and that he is continuing to check into the situation. He .listed those sentenced to death as: Haron Kaddouri, Edilia Gur]1 y, inha£ Ibrahim Nisma Shlome. Zakki Sinior, Shlome Ezra Gurii ? a i n u el iF"?. Gurj1 and Salinw balan Ibrahim. It was inferred mat these men held Iraqi citizenship and are now serving in tne Israeli Army. UJA Drive Opens In Washington WASHINGTON, (JTA) — The Clay Turns Down Draft Indemnification Proposal FRANKFURT (JTA)—A draft proposal of a plan to provide indemnification for victims of Nazism submitted by a United States 1949 United"Je^dah Appeal cam! zonal council of German pro-j paign for $250,000,000 for local vincial leaders was rejected this and overseas needs was launched week hv General Lucius Clay.' here this week-end at the twoCommander of the American ocj day National Rededication ConZSttS&ELZZt £-" %  %  ^ ..2oo corned by Jewish leaders, was' J ewish community leaders from based on the fact that the plan : aU P vts of the country who preinrlurla TtD'a ....-., ,j IT. did not include DP's. I sented Henry Morgenthau, Jr., Silver Declines ZOA Presidenev aS^Sff^S JTA Dr 0r anizat 'n of Amerifa. Abba Hillel Silver, chairman of the American Zionist Emergency Council, this week issued a statement to the Jewish Telegraphic Agency declining to be drafted for the presidency of the Zionist Last week, a movemet to draft Dr. Silver for the Z.O.A. presidency was launched at a meeting in Miami of representatives of Miami Zior.iit districts and Zionist leaders from various sections of the U.S. Svrirt la R.„J„ T D • ;d J ed not onlv for statehood, but oyna is Heady To Begin also to open the doors of the Armistice Talks country to immigration of Jewish u5ted D Nftions'pau!ti^; £2&? dl V Lake Success that he had tor Dr Ralph JBunch?^hk, ^ S d Sy a S acce Ptnce to his week notified 3 lAS&cSl 2S23SJ &£**"" refugees, Sharett stressed: "But the gates opened and kept open at the cost of blood can be of no avail for the admission of people if on arrival they are unable to settle and become productive. Here is where the col-' lective responsibility of the entire Jewish people must come into play. If they share in the glory of Israel, they must share in its travail." Jen isii fkrktiari wwwniy. Mimnr at *• *. — .-. _graphic Agency, Savtn Arta faatura Syndicate. Worldwide Nawe Sarvioa, National Editorial Aaaoclatlon, Amir %  • can Association of Engllsh-Jawlsfi Niwipaetri. Florida Prasa Association. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Or* Var W 00 Two V—. f *- FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher Telephone. 8-1141—2-8212 OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Str—t Volume 22 Num £fX l2 FRIDAY. MARCH 25. 1949 ADAR 24. 5709


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PAGE TWELVE Mni#4i ftcridian Barkai To Speak On Israeli Art B. A. Barkai will speak in Hebrew before the members of the Histadruth L'tarbut Ivrith Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Spinoza, 124 11th St., Miami Beach. The lecture was originally scheduled for last week but had to be postponed because of inclement weather. Barkai, an eminent Israeli journalist, is here in conjunction with an exhibition of works by Israeli artists. His subject will be "Israel on Canvas" and he will show some of the paintings to the group. Among the works which have been brought over are those of Moishe Matusofsky and Jacob Steinhardt, both of whom en;oy international reputations All interested in Hebrew are invited to attend. Bride-Elect Feted A surprise shower and dinner honoring June-bride elect Louise Raphael was given on March 12 at Raphael s Hotel by Mrs. Nathan Adelman. which was attended by friends of the bride-to-be. Louise, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Raphael, 918 Ocean Drive, will be married to Rabbi Chatzkel Meizel. of Rochester. New York. where the wedding will be held. Lear Basketball Team Defeats Mannheimer The basketball team of the Lear School last week defeated Mannheimer 17-15 in a return match of the season at the Miami Beach Youth Center. Excited cheering sections for both sides saw a fast game refereed by Milton Mannheimer and Richard Lear. On Monday Lear defeated Normandy School 21-23. Today the school will play St. John's of Ft. Lauderdale. Admission to the games is free and the public is invited to attend. Finunah Chapter Honors Leaders Emunah Chapter 175. OES met last nigh: at the Scottish Rite Temple to honor past matrons ar.d patrons of the chapter with observance of obligation New officers are Mrs. Char'. ::e Schwartz, worthy matron: J seph E. Stemer. worthy patron: Mrs Eisie Lske. associate matron: Saul Belensky. associate patron: Mrs Ler.a Simon, secretary: Mrs. RC Frank, treasurer; Mrs. Celia Ausiander. conductress: Mrs. Mary Alper. associate conductress: Mrs. Ida Peretzman, chaplain: Mrs. Gertrude Zion, mar. Mrs. Aleiha Thompson, organist: Charlotte Anne Frank. Adah; Mrs. Dian Steiner, Ruth: Mrs. Hilda Seidler, Martha: Mrs. Sophie Englander. Electa; Mrs. Tillie Belensky, warden: Dr. George A. Graham sentinel. Mark H. Tanenbaum Becomes Bar Mitzvah Mark Harris Tannebaum. son of Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Tanenbaum, 1361 Meridian Ave.. Miami Beach. became Bar Mitzvah March 5th at Temple Beth Sholom. Mark is an eighth grade student at Miam. Beach Junior High school and a member of the \ .'fe school band. \Mk.f A rec e p t i o n JtUtl which was .ittended by relaMark tives and friends followed the ceremonies. REV. SAMUEL RAVITZ, SHOCKED Will be on the premises at GUILFORD'S POULTRY CO. 101 N. W. 8th St.. Miami PHONE 2-7808 & 9-1939 WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY From 8:30 A.M to 2 P.M to Provide KOSHER KILLED POULTRY Aronovitz Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late. Lt. Nathan A. Aronovitz, which was postponed from last Sunday because of inclement weather, will be held Sunday at 3 p.m. at Mount Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman officating. Lt. Aronovitz was the son of Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Aronovitz and the brother of Mrs. Arline Kent. Saffer, Bracker To Exchange Vows Sunday The marriage of Carolyn Saffer, daughter of Mr.-and Mrs. j Harry Saffer. to Charles Nathan i Bracker, son of Mrs. Violet J Bracker, will take place Sunday | at 5 p.m. at Temple Israel. A! reception will follow the cere] monv. Melavo Malko The Chcvrah Mishnayos of Congregation Beth Tfilah will hold a Melavo Malko tomorrow night at the synagogue, 935 Euclid Ave. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky will address the group and lead in the singing of Palestinian songs. Money Raised At Party $400 was raised at a Purim; party given at Lois Apartments,' 211-13 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, according to I. Landsberg and %  H. Aronoff, who turned the money over to Alfred S'.orre. president of the Miami Beach Zionist District, for forwarding it to Israel. Members of the committee in charge of the party, in addition to Landsberg and Aronoff. were Mrs. Gringler and the residents of the Lois Apartments. WE ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THE AFFILIATION OF MR MORTON RUSSACK AS VICE PRESIDENT OF OUR FIRM Julius Jay Perlmutter Associates INCORPORATED, REALTORS 1657 WASHINGTON AVENUE AT LINCOLN ROAD Phone 58-6222—58-5578 SEE US TO BUY—BORROW—SELL—RENT—TRADE—INVEST Transjordan Asks For British Patrol LONDON. (JTA)—The British Foreign Office this week confirmed the reported Transjordan request for British troops to patrol the Transpordan frontier between the Gulf of Aqaba and the Dead Sea. A spokesman said that Christopher Pirie-Gordon, charge d'affaires at Amman, last week forwarded the request to London. Meanwhile. Foreign Undersecretary Christopher Mayhew told Commons the government was considering Transjordan's request for British frontier patrols. Mayhew said the British government does not consider sending troops to Aqaba a breach of the U.N. Security Council's resolution. "His Majesty's Government," he said, "never considered that the United Kingdom was debarred under the Security Council resolution of May 29 from suppling, reinforcing or otherwise altering the composition of its forces in the Middle East." He asserted that the move of troops to the area had had an extremely beneficial effect on the Rhodes armistice talks. 11 You may obtain your copy of SPARKS FROM A MENTAL ANVIL Written by DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN By calling at or writing to TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N.E. 19th STMIAMI or by writing DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN. 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ROBBINS JACOB ROBBINS Directors FRIDAY, MARCH 25 1949 Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth Warns Public On Passover Products As Passover approaches, the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth the only community-wide organization of this type, wishes to plii the following facts to the attention of^ the Jewish community: 1) The statement "we will have a traditional Seder" is always proof that it is a Kosher Seder. not 2) The words "Passover meals" do not always mean Kosher meals. 3) "A cantor conducting the Seder services" is not proof thai the place is Kosher. 4) Before you make arrangements for Passover ask a recoen ized orthodox rabbi about the Kashruth of the establishment. 5) Places which are Kosher one day may not be the next dav since things change so rapidly. y 6) No product should be purchased unless the identity of the endorser is ascertained. 7) The Greater Miami Vaad endorses only Home Milk and Borden's milk, and Sunny Brook dairy products. The famous "Four Chaplains" who gave their life belts to enlisted men on the sinking Dorchester and went down with the ship were used to emphasize the theme of brotherhood during National Brotherhood Week which was observed last month. The chaplains (1. to r. upper row) are Lt. Clark V. Poling, Protestant minister of Schenectady, N. Y., and Lt. John P. Washington. Catholic priest of Arlington, N. J.: (1. to r. lower row) Lt. Alexander D. Goodo, Jewish rabbi of Washington. D. C, and Lt. George L. Fox, Protestant minister of Cambridge, Mass. ?n DEMAND SUNNY BROOK DAIRY PRODUCTS SONNY BROOK FARMS Al' rfTAju ruirccF W| ^ CREAM CHEESE •usury imooB C********, *e. *.,•-**uAro •• %  -—m in ft 1 ****• *" SOUH CREAM Not a Cold Storage Product COTTAGE CHEESE Creamed Pasteurized WHIPPED IM I UK "THE BEST IN QUALITY FOR THE SAME PRICE" Available in All Better Stores Manufactured by Sunny Brook Creamery 2180 N. 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^AY^M ARCH ZSV1949; 'Jewistnoridian Jews In Sports I Jobman Opens Law Offices It appears that Brooklyn will finallv get its Jewish baseball nlaver. Cal Abrams has been murdering the ball all through the spring training grind and has caught the eye of the coaches and Manager Burt Shotton. Even Marse Branch Rickey has implied that Calvin is ready to make the jump to the big time. S was raised in the City of Churches, and has a large following among the Flatbush clientele His mother, an accomplished D i a nist, joined her son during the earlv weeks of the conditioning erind, and entertained the Dodgers with her fine piano playing. Manager Red Rolfe of the Detroit Tigers is giving Myron Ginsburg every opportunity to make the grade. Ginsburg is a local boy and will be a big attraction at the gate. The Tigers did very well financially when Hank Greenbcrg was in his prime. They are not forgetting the large turnouts of Jewish baseball fans that came to see the big fellow belt the ball out of the park. Right now, Myron appears to be number two catcher on the squad, right behind Robinson, the former Yankee maskman. Basketball scouts, for over a hundred colleges, were congregated in the Met area during the PSAI, High School playoffs. Considerable attention was paid to the almost all-Jewish Abe Lincoln five, the favorite to win the highly coveted city crown. Lincoln will graduate six-feet-fourinch Mark Solomon, six-footthree inch Arch Lipton, and fivefeet-ten inch Joe Massa, a Spanish boy. who are eagerly sought by numerous universities. Another starter, Mike Sedacca, will also leave school at the culmination of the present term. Hollywood News DOV Chapter To Hold Games Nite The DOV Chapter of Mizrachi Women's Organization will sponsor a games and dessert party Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the Beth El auditorium, 500 S.W. 17th Ave. Mrs. Rose Pertes, chairman, has named Mrs. Samuel Wilchyk as her co-chairman. Assisting them will be the Mesdames Anna Bear, Ethel Burnstein, Isador Cohen, HOLLYWOOD—The success of 20th Century-Fox's "Sitting Pretty," produced by that studio's ace Samuel G. Engel, has meant a triple payoff for Gwen Davenport, whose book, "Mr. Belvedere," provided the basis for the thel Burnste i n> Isador Conen, picture. The agreement made by, s G eltner, Israel Sakawitz, the studio eives her $25,000 everv 1 ._u_ ....' 1 ti„r „ c4 Q in. All funds raised will be used for the rehabilitation of war orphans in the Mizrachi Camp in Ranana. Members and friends are invited to attend. Admission is $1 and tickets may be purchased at the door. Film Strips On Israel Available —Seymour Brenner James Dauid Liebman James David Liebman announces the opening of offices for the general practice of law in association with the firm of Katz & Fuller, suite 549-553 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Fla. Liebman has been active in Zionist work in the Miami area for the last 12 years and is one of the founders of the Greater Miami Chapter of Masada. After his release from the Navy, where he served as a gunnery officer in the Pacific, Liebman resumed his studies at the University of Miami, and was graduated from the University of Miami School of Law. fu i .At %  K u "TSS ueo *lSam Geltner, Israel Sakawitz, he studio gives her $25,000 every I Martha Sacks and Harry stei ntime the Belvedere character ap-1 j 3acn pears in a film, even if Gwen has been in no other way responsible for the story. She is getting her first $25,000 in this manner on "Mr. Belvedere Goes to College," now winding up production. As in "Sitting Pretty," the part is played by Clifton Webb. Still another way that the original book sale proved profitable to the author was 20th's quick snap-up of an original story she presented, "Spare the Rod." The comedy about a child psychologist, got Miss Davenport another $25,000. It is now in production. The next independent feature film production by Jack Benny will be "Time for Elizabeth," an adaptation of a play by Norman Krasna and Groucho Marx which had a short run on Broadway last fall. Benny, Krasna and Marx will serve as co-producers on the film, with Jack starring. It will probably be made at Universal. National magazine humorist and novelist S. J. Perelman, who is en route with his wife and two children to Siam, will live in Bangkok for a year, doing articles for Holiday magazine which later will be published by Simon and Schuster in book form. Perelman's last series of Holiday pieces were brought out by S&S last August, titled "Westward Ha," and to date the book has sold 58,000 copies, twice the total of any previous Perelman book. Off the Record BEVIN'S HEAVEN • Bevin would like nothing better than seeing a break in the current Israeli-Transjordan armistice talks ... He is to visit Washington next month Should no settlement be reached by then he will try to sell Secretary of State Acheson a number of his ideas on the Palestine question Don't be surprised if he makes a dramatic appearance before the General Assembly in a plea against Israel's admission to the UN Calm advisors have urged him against such a move But Bevin is known to follow only Bevin's advice ... He still hopes to torpedo the current Rhodes talks Resumption of fighting, he believes, would give him an opening to have the UN reconsider its own settlement of Inclusion of "Film Strips on Isthe issue ... 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To Sponsor Taxation Conclave Scheduled at the Roney Plaza Hotel, Miami Beach, April 4 to 8, is the fourth annual conference on federal taxation. The conference includes lectures by nationally prominent tax experts and is under the direction of J. K. Lasser, C.P.A., of New York, tax authority and writer on matters relating to taxation. Under the sponsorship of the University of Miami, the conference receives co-operation from the Institute on Federal Taxation of New York university, the Florida State Bar Association, the Dade County Bar Association and the Florida Institute of Accountants. Three previous conferences have met with great favor by attorneys, insurance men, business executives and private citizens of the metroDolitan area. The lecturers discuss and explain every phase of federal taxation, with emphasis on a review of alternatives available in the reduction of such taxes. Registration for the conference, either for the entire duration or for any single day, may be made by mail or by visiting the office of the Division of Adult Education, in the administration building on the main campus, University of Miami. tion League of B'nai B'rith has been announced by Gilbert J. Balkin, director. Covering a wide variety of subjects pertaining to Israel, the film strips interpret the unfolding history of the state and the people. Included in the series are: "Together We Toil," "A Culture Reborn," "Cities—Old and New," "Haganah—Defenders of Israel," "Planning For Peace," "The Holy Places," "Industries of Israel," "The New State of Israel," "My Brother's Keeper," "Children of Destiny," "Israeli Primer," and "The People of Israel." The film strips are adaptable for showing as a phase of club and organization meetings and programs, as well as for utilization in study courses and discussion groups on the State of Israel. They are available to organizations, schools, synagogues and temples, churches, labor unions and other groups in the community and throughout the state, Mr. Balkin announced. Request for showing may be made by contacting the Florida regional ADL office, 330 Seybold Building, Miami, phone 3-6306. yielded the Mandate and gotten out of Palestine ... He has told American diplomats in London that the're were certain military miscalculations when the British Cabinet decided to throw the Palestine baby into the laps of the UN The miscalculations are evident ... He and his antiJewish clique believed the Arabs might solve the problem before the UN could reach a decision Bevin still cannot see Israel as a fact and is looking for pretexts to embarrass and harass the new state His ambition is to thwart establishment of friendly relations between Israel and the neighboring Arab states The "war scare" his Foreign Office created had one purpose ... To create confusion and restore strain. 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rpmaY-M ARCH 25, 1949 > +JelsliFk)rMtor> PAGE ELEVEN Isens Arc Hosts To B'nai B'rith Leaders Mr and Mrs. David R. Isen JJe' hosts at their home, 5120 1 r *v PP Ave., to the newly KedoffiVers'and directors of Sfffiami Beach Lodge of B'nai Jrith on Sunday evening, March ^Attending were: Jack August, Mr and Mrs. Barnett Beckerman, and Mrs. Geo. J. Bertrnan, Mes Channing, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Fnshman, Mr. and Mrs. S" Goldstrom, Mr. and Mrs. jakGoki, Mr. and Mrs Martin Sn Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. KoverMax Lieber, Mr. and Mrs, Godfrey K. Newman, Mr and M Al PaUot, Simeon D. Spear, M and Mrs. Sam W. Shapiro, George J. Talianoff. and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Zukernick. Thelnia Smolensky Betrothal Revealed Mr and Mrs. Morris Smolensky 1001 S.W. 2nd St., Miami, announce the engagement of their daughter, Thelma, to William Horowitz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Horowitz of Richmond Hill, New York. Miss Smolensky has been an active member of the Business and Professional group of Hadassah of Miami for the past two V63fS. A dinner in their honor will be held Sunday at the home of the prospective bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Klatzman of New York City, aunt and uncle of the bride-to-be will be present. A wedding date has not been set. Bride-Eleet To Be Honored At Shower Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz and Mrs. Burton Marks will be co-hostesses at a miscellaneous shower tonight at 7:30 at the Soltz home, 1045 8th St., Miami Beach, in honor of Edna Koff, bride-elect of Bernard Ehrens. The ceremony will take place Sunday, April 3, at the Shelborne Hotel. —Associated Photographers Jules P. Channing, general chairman of the B'nai B'rith Council carnival (c.) confers with Miami Beach units of B'nai B'rith to plan second annual benefit carnival scheduled for Sunday. April 17. at the Beach Y. Seated (r.) is Harry Zukernick of Miami Beach lodge. Standing, (1. to r.) are: Ruth Kapp and Bette Ann Brown of Clara Landau Chapter. BBYW: Carol Potasnick and Sheba Wilson of the Zwitman Chapter. BBYW. Twenty-nine B'nai B'rith groups will participate in the all-day affair. There is no admission charge and the greater Miami community is invited to attend. Mrs. Jolles Feted A luncheon honoring Mrs. Ada Jolles, fiancee of Attorney Jack Abbott, was given Tuesday noon in the Pagoda room of the Saxony Hotel by the Minyan bridge club. Guests were the Mesdames Manuel Goldstrich, Arthur Frishman, Norman Russ, Jack Lawson, Gilbert Goldman, Bertram Waller, Alexander Robbins, Norman Babel, Alex Strauss, Meyer Friedman, William Pancoe, Ida Abbott and Frank Kamen. Essen Construction Co. 2052 N.W. Second AT*. 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Jewish Community Center—Town Hall Meeting of the Air—"Israel Faces Tomorrow" Moderator—Mrs. Max Dobrin, Miami Beach Board of Experts: Mrs. Moses Epstein, National; Dorothy Krieger Fink, Miami Beach; Mortimer May, National Vice president ZOA MONDAY, MARCH 28 Fund Raising Techniques—Hadassah Projects Columbus Hotel Biscayne Room—HMO Luncheon Talk—"Health in a Pioneer Country," Dr. Murray Sanders Address—"Our Responsibility for Hadasfcahrs Health Program," Mrs. Moses Epstein, National Political Christian Palestine Conference for Israel—I. R. 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poiDAY-M AHCH 25, 1949 +Jtni§tifkriciic}fy PAGE THIRTEEN Finals In B'nai B'rith High School Debate Contest Slated For Tomorrow Final in the Dade County high Knni debate contest, sponsored S b C v h S olem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, ill he held tomorrow afternoon 13-30 in the Pan American room, C Sp U e?in H g 0t in the finals are nolo !" Tharp and Beverly Venuf the negative team from Sew Jackson High, and Bob Ciller and Ray Atkins, the affirmative winners from Miami W ff "litest will be broadcast for one hour on station WGBS and the selection of winners will he announced over the air at that time. Judges who will select the top team include: Donald Sorague, head of the speech department of the University of Miami and Jack Murray and Dante'Fascell, Miami attorneys. Subject of the debate, the third to be sponsored by B'nai B'rith i n the high school is: •Resolved: That President Truman's Civil Rights Program Be Enacted Into Law By Congress.' The winning team and their coach will visit Washington, D. C. for one week, all expenses paid, as guests of the Jewish Service Organization. In the nation's Capitol they will be entertained by national B'nai B'rith officials, Senator Spessard Holland, and Representative George A. Smathers. The trio will attend sessions of the Senate and the House, watching the nation's lawmakers at work. They will visit Mount Vernon, Arlington Cemetery, the National Art Gallery, and other major historical buildings and places of interest. Included on the program of entertainment, will be attendance at a big league baseball game and a symphony concert. The debators will be interviewed at a local radio station. The winning high school team will be awarded a revolving Citizenship Trophy for one year. The cup was won in 1948 by Miami Senior High School. Chairman of the debate contest is Jerome Weinkle and he is assisted by John Kronenfeld, Milton Wasman. Sherburt Weiss and Dr. Emanuel Pushkin. The debate contest attracted more than 35 participants and five high schools in the Dade county area. The citizenship project is part of the Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith youth program to stimulate interest in vital current affairs on the part of Florida High School Youth. The public is invited to hear the final debates at the Columbus Hotel on, Saturday. There will be no admission charge. 1 .SNA Chairman Appoints Aides Al Bresler, chairman of the Urliversity of Florida United Jewish Student Appeal, announces the appointment of student chairmen for the annual drive. They are 'Leo Osheroff, allocations; Sheldon Gendzier, treasurer; Bobbie Shulman, secretary; Joe Sharon, married couples; Marilyn Kopelowitz, publicity; Joe McLaughlin, interfaith education; Alvin Lietman, men's division; Annabelle Penson, women's division; Bill McLaughlin, Pi Limbda Phi; Charles Horowitz, T.E.P.; Ronnie Mann, A. E. Pi Club; David Lewis, Z.B.T.; Barbara Boyell, A.E. Phi; Louis Wolf, Independents; Erwin Fleet, Murray Budow, Sorrell Wolfson, Dick Weinstein, Bennett Kivol, dorms. Advisory board members are Hank Gardner, Dr. Drosdoff and Dr. Block. Mrs. M. Rudderman of Gainesville is corresponding secretary. Th,e campaign for official solicitation of funds will be held March 31 through April 8. The appeal will be directed toward Jewish students and members of the faculty. Appropriations, will be petitioned from the University Champus Chest which is now oondudting an overall campus charity drive. The U.J.S.A. will solicit funds from Jewish students and forego its annual campus-wide appeal. RASKAS DAIRY CO. PASSOVER PRODUCTS As thru the years, we are once more offering the Jews of Florida, our highquality KOSHER FOR I' AS SO V i; It daily produets. Under strict religious supervision. Xo condensed milk, powdered milk, or chemicals of any sort are ever used in the manufacture of our dairy products. Our dairy products are manufactured in our own plant, from rich wholesome milk coming directly from the farms. Hi-tirade Food Co. (phone 2-7 r>70) is our package-distributor for Greater Miami and Miami Reach. Yours for a JOYOUS and KOSHER PASSOVER! RASKAS DAIRY CO. ST. LOUIS. MO. P.S. Our dairy products are Kosher for Passover and year 'round. Reports of progress for the Miami Beach Hotel division of the Red Cross 1949 Fund campaign draw the attention of Mrs. Jerome Kimbell, Mrs. William Loeb and Mrs. Emanuel Gilbert. The Miami Beach Hotel division met at a luncheon meeting at Murrays Restaurant Israeli Art Shown At Grossinger Hotel The Grossinger Pancoast hotel was the scene Tuesday of the first showing in this area of a collection of Israeli art sent to the United States from the Jerusalem Art Gallerv. Sholom Asch, noted author, opened the exhibition which included paintings ranging from the classical to impressionism, subjective art and other modern schools of thought. Purchases were made by Mrs. Leo Gerngross, Mrs. Abe Goodman, Mrs. Jennie Grossman and Mrs. Sam Rost. B. A. Barkai, of the Jerusalem Gallery, addressed the guests on the proposed world art center to be established in the State of Israel where living artists may show their works as well as serving as a center for inter-global art exhibitions. Space would also be devoted to sculpture. National figures sponsoring the project include Eddie Cantor, Prof. Albert Einstein, Paul Muni and Mrs. Will Rogers, who will act as treasurer of the museum. A special pavillion dedicated to American art will be known as "the Will Rogers Pavillion." An award similar to the Nobel Prize for Literature and Sciences is being planned to be bestowed upon winners in prospective art "Olympics" to be held every five years. National and international personalities who compose the art advisory board, include Jean Cassou, director of Musee National d'Art Moderne, Paris (Louvre); Paul Fierens, director of the Musees Royaux Des Beaux-Arts de Belgique and president of the Confederation of Art Critics; Henri Marceau of the Philadelphia Museum of Art and Lionelo Venturi, dean of art faculty of the University of Rome. Prof. Albert Einstein is honorary president of the exhibition group and Dr. Stephen Wise is honorary chairman. Rabbis Exchange Pulpits For Mizrachi Sabbath In commemoration of Mizrachi Sabbath Rabbis Murray Grauer of Congregation Beth El and Simon April of the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation will exchange pulpits tomorrow morning, according to Rabbi Isaac H. Ever, president of the Greater Miami Mizrachi. Next Saturday there will be a similar exchange between Rabbis Moses Mescheloff of Congregation Beth Jacob and Joseph E. Rackovsky of Congregation Beth Tfilah. A Melave Malke and election meeting will be held Saturday, April 2, at the Hotel Astor, 956 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, by the Mizrachi, Rabbi Ever has announced. There will be a musical program and refreshments will be served. Palmer Appointed Sidney Palmer has been appointed chairman of ticket distribution for the variety show to be presented by the Miami YMHA April 9 and 10, according to an announcement by Abe Aronovitz, general chairman of I the show. Temple Honors Harold Shapiro On Sunday evening, March 20, at Temple Isaiah, Harold Shapiro, local attorney and leader in communal affairs, was honored for "his untiring efforts and devotion as one of the founders and organizing president of temple." Shapiro was presented with a hand-painted scroll, which reads: "The members of Temple Isaiah, the Reform Jewish Congregation of Miami Beach, Florida, wish to express their deep sentiments and pay ihonor to Harold Shapiro one of the founders and organizing president of this congregation, 'Dedicated to the prophetic ideals of 'The Fatherhood of Man,' do present him with this scroll to give public evidence of their appreciation and to pay tribute for his untiring efforts, vision and loyalty. "The membership, honored by his service, leadership and contribution to the religious life of this community, orders that this expression of its appreciation be recorded in the minutes of the organization and presented to him in the form of this scroll as enduring evidence of the love and affection of his many friends. Done this Friday, February 4, 1949." The presentation was made by Julius J. Perlmutter. Rabbi David Raab, spiritual leader of the congregation, paid high tribute to Shapiro for "his great contribution to the religious welfare and spiritual well-being of the community." Academy Will Present Operetta Performance The Hebrew Academy will present a repeat performance of the operetta, "Rumplestiltzkin," composed by Berta Elsmith, and "A Cavalcade of Hebrew Music" Tuesday evening in the school auditorium, 918 6th St., Miami Beach. The production, which includes a cast of over 80, is under the supervision of Miss Edna Sachs, musical and dramatic director; Joshua Stadlan and Joseph Schreibman of the Hebrew department; Mrs. Donald Eannet, director of arts and crafts; and other members of the faculty. Dr. David S. Andron, president, and Sol L. Sugarman, principal, will appear on the program. LEGAL NOTICE ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY. No. 123335. JOSEPH W. BROADBENT, Plaintiff, vs. MAUDE B. BROADBENT. Defendant. ^HE ST\TK OF FLORIDA: TO: MAUDE B. BROADBENT 7h iluntington Turnpike Nichols Bridgeport. Connecticut You are hereby notified and ordered to appear to Plaintiff's Bill of Complaint for Divorce against you in the above-stvled cause on or before the 29 day of April, 1949. otherwise the allegations therein contained will be taken as confessed against you. DATED at Miami, Dade County, Florida, this 23 day of March, 1949. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Real) By M. C. FEIQE. Deputy Clerk. SAM SILVER Solicitor for Plaintiff 1"n.l Congress Building Miami, Florida 3/25 4/1-8-15 %  NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE. No. 22279. In He: ESTATE OF PHILIP ENGELHARDT, I ).i 'i-ased. To All Creditors and AU 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 Philip Engelhardt deceased late of Hudson County, New Jersey, to the Hon. W. J. 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 aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Date March 22, A.D. 1949. ANNA KLINOER AND ISKKNARD W. ENGELHARDT, As Ancillary Executors of the Last Will and Testament of Philip Engelhardt. Deceased. WALTER C. KOVNER Attorney for Ancillary Executors 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Ma. 3/25 4/1-8-15 I LEGAL NOTICE ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. 123336. CONSTANCE DI BLASI. Plaintiff, vs. JOSEPH DI BLASI. Defendant. Till: STATE OP FLORIDA: TO: JOSEPH DI BLASI 107 Mountain Road, rear of 224 Ogden Avenue, In care of Mrs. L. Ipsaro Jersey City, New Jersey You are hereby notified and ordered to appear to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce, filed against you In the above-stvled cause on or before the 29 day of April. 1949: otherwise, the allegations of said Bill will be taken as confessed by you. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Dade County, Florida, this 23rd day of March, 1949. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. • Circuit Court Seal) __-_— By M. C. FEIGE, Deputy Clerk. SAM SILVER Solicitor for Plaintiff 1703 Congress Building Miami. Florida 3/25 4/1-8-15 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA — IN CHANCERY, No. 123107-F. PRIMD MANTEOARI. Plaintiff, vs. PAULINE MANTEGARI, Defendant. THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO: PAULINE MANTEGARI 2169 4r,th Street Astoria, L. I., New York You are hereby notified and ordered to appear to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce filed against you by the Plaintiff herein on or before the 2.ith day of April, 1949, otherwise the allegations therein contained will be taken as confessed by you. DATED: March 23. 1949. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIGE. Deputy Clerk. SAM SILVER Solicitor for Plaintiff 1703 Congress Building Mlamf 32. Florida 3/25 4/1-8-1 5 NOTTCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned. deBlring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Rosen's Market at 3428 West Flagler Street. Miami, Fla., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HARRY L. ROSEN Sole Owner. 3/ 25 4/1-8-15-22 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN A.NU FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. 1233.'i4. THOM-vs E. CHAMBERS. Plaintiff, vs. RUTH IDA CHAMBERS. Defendant. THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO: RUTH IDA CHAMBERS Box 1502. Sheffield. Pennsylvania You are hereby notified and ordered to appear to Plaintiff's Bill of Complaint in the above styled cause on or before the 25 day of April, 1949. otherwise the allegations therein contained will be taken as confessed by you. DATED at Miami, Dade County, Florida, this 24 day of March. 1949. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIGE, Deputy Clerk. JOSEPH W. MALEK Solicitor for Plaintiff 1703 Congress Building Miami 32. Florida 3/25 4/1-8-15 f ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. 123107. PRIMO MANTEGARI. Plaintiff, vs. PAULINE MANTEGARI, Defendant. THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO: PAULINE MANTEOARI 2169 45th Street Astoria, L. I., New York You are hereby notified and ordered to appear to the BUI of Complaint for Divorce filed against you by the Plaintiff, herein on or before the 26th day of April, 1949, otherwise the allegations therein contained will be tnV^h as confessed by you. Dated: March 23rd, 1949. B. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIGE, Deputy Clerk. SAM SILVER Solicitor for Plaintiff 1703 Congress Building Miami 32. Florida 3/25 4/1-8-15 _„'



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PAGE TEN +Mnist tkridiar, • Youth Counsel To Hold Meeting Klein Unveiling The dedication of a monument ,,„._,, /'to •.-"•i :v.orj'.ory of the late Mrs, Dr. E. J. Edelman, chairman ofl. ,,,,, the Greater Mi-m: Zionist Yoi::h • • %  -" Klein formerly of 1394 Commission, has announced that X \V. clZr.d S: will take place a meeting of the Youth CommisSunday at 2 p.m. at Mount Nebo sion will be held Wednesday atjcemeterv with Rabbi S. M. 8 p.m. at the Miami Beach JewMachtei "officiating Relatives and ish Center, 1701 Washington Ave., I frienda are I to attend. Miami Beach. Special guests at thL> meeting AvplrnH Unveilino will be Mr. ar.d Mrs. Hermar Ax eiraa unveiling Popkin and Miss Irrr.a Lee Wolf. The dedicati a HI nument Popkin is director of the South'tc th< memory of the late Max ern Zionist Youth Commission I Axelrad. 111S Pennout the region. As director of Ibi Murray Grauer fficiating. Reyouth activities for eigr.t states, latives and I iked to Popkin coordinates, •super-vis-...-itten.i and organizes Young J.:. clubs. Junior Hadassar. and MasaRaff Unveiling da Chapters and Intercollegiate Zionist Federatior. of America The dedicati n : a monument campus organizations. Miss Wolf Jo I th late Ehzais national vice president of oeth Rail ti 1135 S.\*. Junior Hadassah ar.d has recently 6th 5: ] lace Sunday returned from a year's stay in at -B n5 a %  -•%  % %  New u-meIsrael. She is making a tour of : : Mrs Raff the Southeastern cities visiting :: : v • % %  • Auxiliary of the : •-. Home for the Aged G iden Age Club of W YMHA s member of the :' Jewish Women and ?f Eo ." .. : %  OES N 175 Rat Colman A Zwitman will off -.-: Relatives and be present. FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1 949 local Hadassah groups. Lee Mason To Speak At B'nai B'rith Luncheon Lee Mason, radio news mentator, world traveller, and newspaperman, will address th luncheon club of the Miami ^ ., TT ... Beach B'nai B'rith Lodge TuesVjOldStein UnveilUig day at 12:15 p.m. at the Hamburger Hearth. 1539 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach. Luncheon Club Chairman Jack Gold will introduce the speaker and President David R. Isen will preside. All members of B'nai B'rith ar.d their friends are invited to attend the weekly luncheons which feature talks and discussions by prominent civic leaders and personalties in the world of education, religion and government. United School To Hold Picnic At Matheson Park The PTA of the United Jewish School will sponsor a picnic at Matheson Hammock Sunday from 12 noon on. Admission is 35 cents and members and friends are invited to attend. The refreshments committee headed by Mrs 1. Esloe will provide fruit and cold drinks, but each family is a to bring lunch. For tickets call 48-2044 or 4-0425. The .-I-. I .r.ument to the memory of the late Private Seymour Goldsl son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Goldstein, 2905 Sheridan Ave.. Miami Beach, will take place Sunday at 1 p.m. at Mount Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Irving Lehrman. "officiating. Private Goldstein, who was the recipient of the Purple Heart, was killed in action on Levte Lland in the South Pacific or. November 21. 1944. He was attached to Headquarters Company. Third Battalion, 126th Infantry. Relatives and friends are asked to attend. Song Recital Slated For This Afternoon at U. of M. Frances Sc-bel will be presented • ..afternoon by the University of Miami School of Music in the song recital originally scheduled for Sunday but postponed due to inclement weather. The American lyric-dramatic soprano, accompanied by Frances Tarboux at the piano, will sing at 4:30 p.m. today in the Beaumont Memorial Lecture hall, main campus. Sorority Holds Formal Rho chapter of Iota Alpha Pi sorority held its fourth annual formal Saturday, March 12, at the King Cole Hotel. At this time the new officers were introduced as were the new pledgees. The outgoing chancellor and pledge mother were presented with gilts. Sharlene Gershon was chairman of the committee in charge of the dance. Beth Sholom PTA Will Elect Officers March 30 Mrs. Alfred M. Mamlet, president of the PTA of Temple Beth Sholom, announces that the annual election of officers will take place at a meeting Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. at the temple. Mrs. Hyman S. Kaplan will present a book review of interest to mothers and technicolor movies of the Temple Beth Sholom Religious School Purim Festival held two weeks ago will be shown for the first time. Nathans Unveiling The unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Stanley Nathans, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Nathans of 1627 N.W. 14th St.. will be held Sunday at 1:45 p.m. at Mount Nebo Cemetery. Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct services. Relatives and friends are requested to attend. Sisterhood Games Night The Sisterhood of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center will sponsor a games night tomorrow at 8 p.m. in the Center patio, 1710 James Ave. Prizes will be awarded and refreshments will be* provided. Mrs. Sigmund Schermer is chairman of the affair. Assisting her will be the Mesdames Jack Falk, Oscar Mamber. George Feuer. Morris Rubin and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ginsburg. Gables Zionists To Meet The next meeting of the Coral Gables Zionist District will be held Sunday at 8:30 p.m. at the Hillel House. 3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd. A feature of the evening will be the showing of two sound films. -Israel in Action" and "Israel Reborn." A speaker from the Greater Miami Jewish Federation will address the group. Refreshments will be served after the meeting. A Aetna Venetian Blind Custom Built Repaired Refinished — CORNICES — Represented by PERRY FAST Office & Plant 1002 East 24th Street HIALEAH. FLA. Phone 88-4571 DRINK PLENTY OF CfZripure ^ Water DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES 85c 5-GALLON BOTTLE. 75c "FOR BETTER HEALTH FROM INFANCY TO OLD AGE" PHONE 2-4128 Pictured at the Jewish National Fur.d Conference held in New York recently are (1. to r.) Dr. Abraham Granovsky, chairman of the World JNF; Harold Shapiro, chairman of the JNF of Greater Miami; and Judge Morris Rothenberg, president of the JNF of America. Shapiro Reports On National JNF Meet Harold Shapiro, chairman of, the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami, who recer.t:eturned from the national JNF conference held in New York March 4. 5 and 6 at the Hotels' Astor and Waldorf-Astoria in New York City, gave his report of the conclave to an open session of the local JNF Council last Thursday night at the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center. Guest speaker at last week's gathering was Isidore Epstein, assistant executive director of the JNF of America, who was one of the leaders of the meet. Shapiro stated that the conference underscored the need for purchasing more land in Israel for the purpose of settling the many Jews who are now arriving there daily. The goal of the JNF is to redeem 1,000,000 dunams of land and to establish a total of 500 settlements in 1949, he revealed. Plans are to raise $300,000.000 in the next three years for land purchase, reclamation, reforestation, settlement and water development, for at present only a small part of the land in Israel is owned by Jews. The conference leaders, Shapiro reported, urged the wholehearted support of the Combined Jewish Appeal, which is now being conducted by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Young Peoples League Meets To Plan Dance The executive bodv of the Tern pie Isaiah Young Peoples Lea R ue met last week at the home 0 the president, Miss Natali. 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WTDAY, MARCH 25, 1949 I'll Say... ^Jewisfiftcridfiarj PAGE SEVENTEEN By HARRY SIMONHOFF Zionist Emegrency Committee: Decay Of Its Miami Branch It is with a sense of genuine appreciation that we greet the Hadassah Southeastern Regional Conference which will open this Sunday at the McAllister Hotel. Through all the turmoil that attended the birth pains of Medinas Israel, Hadassah has maintained its high level of service, of devotion, of practical idealism. The Bandwagoners Unfortunately, the same cannot be said of all Zionist groups. The old fervor that animated Zionism during the past generation no longer inspires some of the newcomers. As events rushed the dream of Herzl towards realization, old timers looked on with disgust as a horde of opportunists jumped on the bandwagon. The intruders sought to grab off the rewards for long Zionist work, rewards earned by the labors and sacrifices of a tried and tested group of devoted idealists who brought all they had to the task of regenerating and rebuilding Israel. The new element of self seekers and self servers are on the lookout for clients, for patients, for prospects, for honors, for contacts, for backers, for voters, for office, for promotion—in short, for everything except Zion itself. The Faithful Old Guard For


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PAGE FOURTEEN LIVES OF OUR TIMES Jen 1st fhcridlain lAfCHA HEIFETZ. fHODUCEO 6Y ORMN FRIDAY, MARCH 25, l 949 TtXT mt MAC (UT „. ^ITHRff YfARS OF AGf.HIS fATHfR TAUGHT HIM TO PlAY M VIOLIN ON A MINIATURi INSTRUMENT WHICH HE STILL POSSESSES IN 1907, WHEN SEVEN YEARS OLD, HE MAD! HIS CONCERT DEBUT IN KOVNO,RUSSIA. OTHER CONCERTS fOUOWEO AND HE BECAME A NATIONAL SENSATION. AT THE AGE OF EIGHT, BE BECAME A PUPIL OF PROFESSOR LEOPOLD AUER AT THE ST PETERSBURG CONSERVATORY. LATER.HL APPEARED WITH THE BERLIN PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA. IN 1917. HE MADE HIS AMERICAN DEBUT AT CARNEGIE HALL IN NEW YORK AND WAS IMMEDIATELY HAILED BY THE AMERICAN PUBLIC. HE RAISED FUNDS,THROUGH A CONCERT TOUR IN I925.F0R THE ERECTION OF A CONCERT HALL IN JERUSALEM. IN (954 HE TOURED RUSSIA,HIS FIRST VISIT TO HIS HOMELAND IN 18 YEARS, AND WAS AGAIN ACCIAIMJ&JOR HIS VIRTUOSITY. IN 1939, HE APPEARED IN HIS FIRST MOTKJfJ PICTURE.THE NEAT YEAR HE TOURED LATIN AMERICA,VISITNG J5 CITIES IN 10NATIONS WITHIN THREE MONTHS. HE IS GENERALLY REGARDED IN THE MUSICAL WORLD AS ONE OF THE GREAT TECHNICAL MASTERS OF THE VIOLIN-SOME EVEN REGARD HIM AS THE WORLD'S GREATEST VIOLINIST Reservations For State B'nai B'rith Convention Pile Up, Friedman Reports Reservation* for the 13th an nual B'nai B'rith State Federation Convention are piling up rapidly according to an announcement "by Milton A. Friedman. State Federation president. The four-day meeting scheduled to be held from May 5 to May 9 in Havana. Cuba, is the first B'nai B'rith State Convention to be held outside the continental limits of the United States. The delegates of all Florida B'nai B'rith Lodges plan to leave on the S. S. Florida. May 5 at 6 p.m.. and arrive in Havana at 8:30 a.m. to gather at the famed Nacional Hotel. Limited accommodations are available and persons interested in attending convention sessions are urged to forward their check; at once to Friedman, 1025 Seybold Building. Total cost for the tlr. 11.nl INS JIII To Sponsor Daiici' Plans are being mauc by the Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah for a dance to be held at the Ritz Hotel, Miami Beach. Saturday. April 2. All proceeds from the affair will go to Meier Shcfeyah. the children's orphans village in Palestine. The committee in charge consists of general chairman. Esther (Chickie) Cohen; tickets, Dottie Pepper; entertainment. Elaine Sachs; publicity, Lila Cohen. The public is invited. convention, including two days at the Nacional Hotel, sightseeing trips, night club tours and all transportation, is S85 per person. For further details call 3-6264. Hollywood Youth Group A meeting of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization. Hollywood Chapter, was held at the Jewish Community Center last Thursday evening. Plans were discussed for an April Fool's dance, to be held by the organization on Sunday evening. April 3, at the Center. Proceeds of the affair are to be donated to the current drive in Hollywood for the United Jewish Appeal. Novelty acts and a dance contest will be featured. Out-of-town visitors at the meeting were Bert Yolem of Port Chester. N. Y., Ronnie Reckseit of Cedarhurst, L. I., Irwin Michaels of Ellenville, N. Y., and Sy Gerschwer, Dick Klein and Al Lipitz of Brooklyn, N. Y. Meetings of the group are held each Thursday evening. Membership is open to young men and young women between the ages of 17 and 25. Judaeans Will Hold Party Tomorrow Night The Chaim Weizmann Senior Judaeans who meet every Tuesday night at Temple Beth Sholom will hold a party tomorrow night at 8 o'clock at the home of the president, Joan Osheroff, 2485 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach. Guests of honor will be Irma Lee Wolf, national vice president of Junior Hadassah who has recently returned from Israel, and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Popkin. Mr. Popkin is director of the Southern Zionist Youth Commission. Give Through your Red Cross I WANT MY MILK Estab 1924 1949 FUND i A llRVIM. ,. ... x'lOilDA S f I M f i t A M t R IC *N |li*" DINNER •.VtT.IPEm* C 0 I I i N i A l Mi ir*c OUTSTANDING GIFT $2.99 529 Lincoln Road And Be Sure It's FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Dacro Protected TEL 2-2*21 Greater Miami Delivery Viiit Our Farm at End of Bird Rd. A Snappar Creak Qjurid Ro^tteAj fllqt. MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS NOW at the VICTOR HOTEL 12th Street and Ocean Drive, Miami Beach TO SPEND A DELIGHTFUL PASSOVER IN A PLEASANT ENVIRONMENT WITH STRICTLY KOSHER CUISINE AND SEDORIM, CONDUCTED IN THE TRADITIONAL MANNER IN AN UP-TO-DATE ATMOSPHERE OF REFINEMENT. PHONE 5-0041



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PAGE SIXTEEN +Jewish ncrldkMi FRIDAY, MA R CH „ 43% Of Red Cross Fund Goal Pledged $130,887 or 43% of the Dade county Red Cross fund goal of • nnn n<\ J mm J Fridav evening services at 6 p.m. $302,200 was reported Monday at gatbath morning service at 9 a.m. RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY Congregation Beth El (Orthodox). 590 S.W. 17th Are. Rabbi Murray Grauer, Cantor Milton Friedman. the third report meeting of the 1949 Red Cross fund campaign held at the Urmey HoteL Commander Charles A. Mills, Dade county chapter chairman, introduced board members and held a brief meeting of the Red Cross board of directors. The meeting was then turned over to H. H. Hyman, fund chairman, for the reports of the division chairmen. Three special awards were presented for outstanding reports of progress. Mrs. M. J. Shelly, vice chairman of residential section North Dade, Ojus and Golden Beach, received an orchid for having reported $500 more than was reported at the same time in 1948 from her section. Dave Bosworth, chairman of the public service division, received an award for having the highest rewill be dedicated to Mlzrachi. Rabbis Simon April of the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation and Murray Grauer will exchange pulpits In honor of the occasion. Rabbi April's topic will be: "Israel and the Oalut." Student's services at 10 a.m. Saturday supervised by Bernard W. Klmmel of the Religious school staff. Mincha at 6:00 p.m. Followed by Shalos Seudos. Sunday school at 10 a.m. Daily religious school from 3:30 to 6 p.m. Daily services S a.m. and 6 p.m. Jewish Community Center (Conservative). 2020 Polk St. Hollywood. Rabbi Max Kaufman. Fridav evening service at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Max Kaufman, assisted by the choir, will conduct the service and speak. An Oneg Shabbat will follow the services on Friday evening. Saturday services at 10 .m. Klddush after the morning services. Sunday school at 10:30. Hebrew school Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday at 3 p.m. Confirmation and Bar Mitxvah classes at extra session Thursday at 3 p.m. Mlnyan service dally at 9 a.m. Miami Beach Jewish Community Center (Conservative). 1701 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach. ported percentage at this meetRabbi IrTing Lehxtnan, ing which was 60% of his quota ...... v -.,., ing which was 60% of his quot reached. John Cheatham, Jr., chairman of government employees division, also received an award for the highest gain in percentage over the previous report meeting. The next report meeting will be held at the Fu Manchu Restaurant, 130 Biscayne Blvd., at Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. Friday evening services at 5 p.m. Late Friday evening services at 8:16. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will preach on "Are You In Love With Juda ism?" Cantor Goldring will chant the service assisted by the Center choir .be addressed bv the Rabbi at 7:30 a.m. under the direction of Ben Yomen. Services at 6:15 p.m. followed by a Saturday morning services at 9 a.m. Bar Mltrvahs of Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Vogle. and Judd. son will speak on the Portion of the Week. Sunday school at 10 a.m. Hebrew school dally from 3:15 to 6:15 p.m. Dailv services at 7:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. United Jewish Scnools. North Campus. University of Miami. Sunday School at 10 a.m. Daddiee Club at 10 a.m. and Adult Bible class at 10 a.m. with Abraham Levltan. teacher. An open forum follows. Coral Gables Jewish Center (Liberal). Sabbath eve services at Pratt General Hospital for partlents and residents of the Coral Gables area at 8:15 p.m. Director Joseph Malek will officiate at the service*. Rabbi S. M. Machtei will be guest speaker. His topic will be "A Day in the Life of a Jew." Cantor Malek will chant the liturgical portion of the service and lead the congregation In community singing. Sam Silver, co-chairman of the metropolitan unit of the 1949 Combined Jewish Appeal, will speak. Mrs William Pallot will bless the Sabbath Candles. Social hour will follow the services. As patients must retire at 9:45. worshipers are asked to arrive promptly at 8. MedUtlve organ music will be played prior to the service by Mrs. Irving Gerstenfeld. Congregation beth Tfilah (Orthodox). 935 Euclid AT*. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Friday evening services at 6:15. Saturday morning at 8:30 Rabbi Rackovskv will officiate and speak on the subject, "Trust and Distrust." Saturday evening services at 4:45. Rabbi will speak on "The Portion of the Week." Mincha at 6:15 followed by Shalos Seudos and a program of Hebrew songs and zmlros. Dally services at 7 and 8 a.m. Class In Mlshna will of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Ebersman. 12:15 p.m. Monday. All division, The Rabbi will preach on^the_Weekiy chairmen and group captains are expected to attend. A benefit water show for the American Red Cross fund campaign will be held Sunday at 3 p.m. at the Martinique Hotel, 6423 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. Wally Spence will be in charge of the event. Gordon Jesso announced that there will be no admission charged. Proceeds from an auction of gifts donated by Miami Beach merchants will be given to the Red Cross fund. The public is invited to attend. Hollywood Group Elects Officers Dan Tannen was re-elected president of the Jewish Community Center in Hollywood at the annual election meeting of the organization held last week. Other officers include Harry Stadler, first vice president; Irving Zuckerman, second vice president; Joseph Slater, treasurer; Fred E. Gilder, recording secretary; Dr. Herbet Heiden, financial secretary; Louis A. Charnow, sergeant-at-arms. Board members elected for a term of three years are Herman Corn, Louis J. Golden and Syd I. Lampert. Those who will serve for two years are Henry Kest, Morris Madfis and Meyer Heller. Board members for a term of one man. year include Joseph Baum, Dave Feldman and Horace W. Goldsmith. Tannen appointed the following to serve on the advisory board of the organization: J. J. Briefer, Dr. Morton Grossman, B. M. Goldberger, Louis Greenfield, Benjamin Hannan, Julius Harris, Robert Kopelman, Michael Lubalin, Dr. I. Orgel, Irving Silver, George L. Sogg, Ted J. Sorin. Hyman Tellman was reappointed honorary board member and William L. Flacks will again serve as legal advisory board member. Olken To Speak M. L. Olken, field director of the American Birobidjan Committee, known as the Ambijan Committee, will be principal speaker at a banquet to be given by the Miami branch of the organization Sunday night at 7:30 at the Ritz Plaza Hotel, 1701 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, in honor of the group's fifteenth anniversary. Portion of the Law. Jr. Congregation at ^:30. Touth breakfast Sunday at 9:15 a.m. in the chapel. Hebrew school Monday through Thursday 3:30 to 6:30. Sunday school 10 o'clock to noon. Preklndergarten school Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 12. Adult Institute Monday and Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Temple Beth Sholom (Liberal). 4144 Chase Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Leon Kronish will speak on "Some Things Are Not Coincidental," a sermon dedicated to the 130th anniversary of the birth of Isaac Mayer Wise and the 75th anniversary of the I'nion of Hebrew Congregations. Mrs. Aaron Farr. vice president of the Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women, will speak in honor of Council Sabbath. Mortimer May. vice president of the ZOA, will be guest speaker at the Oneg Shabbat which will follow the sen-Ice In the Temple Patio. Sabbath service at 10:45. Bar MItzvah of William Paul Gordeii Children's birthday blessing. Sunday school at 9:45 for children from Wi to 15. Hebrew classes week-days from 3:15 for children 7}4 to 14. Temple Israel (Reform). 137 N.E. 19th St. Rabbi Col man A. Zwitman; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Rabbi Emeritus. Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will preach on "Isaac M. Wise, Founder of Reform Judaism in America," in honor Of the 130th anniversary of the birth of Isaac M. Wise. A congregational reception for worshippers, under Sisterhood sponsorship, will follow the services with Mrs. Max Holtsberg and Mrs. Louis Zeientx as March co-chairmen, and Mrs. Adolph Werthelmer. house and refreshment chairMrs. J. Eppstein will recite the blessing over the Sabbath randies. Sabbath morning services at 11 a.m. Members of the 1949 confirmation class will participate. Israelite Center (General). 3346 S.W. 24th St Daily services at 7 a.m. Friday night services at i p.m. Refreshments will be served Immediately following the services. Saturday morning services at 9 a.m. Congregation Keneseth Israel (Orthodox). 432 Espanola Way. Miami Beach. Friday evening services at 5:45 p.m. Saturday morning services at 9 a.m. Mincha at 5 p.m. followed by Shalos Seudos. Religious Congregation. 3681 N.W. 2nd St. Friday evening services at 6 Saturday morning services at 9. Mincha at 6:43 followed by Shalos Seudos. Miami Hebrew School and Congregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Berele Kelemer. Friday evening services at 6:00 p.m. Saturday morning service at 9. In commemoration of Mlzrachl Sabbath, Rabbi Murray Grauer of Congregation Beth El, will exchange pulpits with Rabbi April. Rabbi Grauers topic will be "Israel and American Israel." Mlshna at 6 p.m. followed by Mincha and Shalos Seudos. The Rabbi p.m. rollowed by a class in Jewish laws and customs, Maariv follows at 6:15. Temple Emanu-El (Reform), 1801 S. Andrews Ave.. Fort Lauderdale. Dr. Marius Hanson, Rabbi. Friday evening services at 8:16. Rabbi Ranson will 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 reception at 9:30 p.m. Temple Isaiah (Reform), 1065 Dade Blvd., Miami Beach. Rabbi David Raab. Friday evening services at 8:15. Services will be dedicated to the National Council of Jewish Women. Representing the Council will be Mrs. Kdward L. Cowen. Rabbi Raab will conduct the service and preach the sermon on the subject: "Great Jewish Women." Rita Hyman Buckstel, well known lyric soprano, will be soloist, accompanied by Betty Halam. A reception will be given bv Mr. and Mrs. Jack Urodsky In honor of their 23rd wedding anniversary. Religious school Sunday at 10 a.m. Congregation Beth Jacob (Orthodox), 301-311 Washington AreMiami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Friday evenin e services at 4i:00 p.m. Regular Sabbath service at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Mescheloff's sermon topic will be "This Month Junior services held for children of elementary school w In the Religious School annex at 10 a.m. under direction of Max Uertman of the faculty. Klddush will be served under direction of Mrs. Joseph Brenner. Mincha at 6 followed by ShaloB Seudos. Sunday school at 9:30 a.m. Dally school from 3:30 to :30. BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER! Make your reservations now for a Glorious Holiday at the STRATH-HAVEN HOTEL 411 OCEAN DRIVE The well-known Cantor Joseph W. Malek will conduct the Seder Services; Delicious food will be prepared in strict accordance with tradition. Dietary laws are observed. Telephone 5-4691. Your Hosts SAMUEL KUPPERMAN LOUIS N. LECHNER NEW SHOW TONIGHT! Starring LEO FUCHS Comedy Star of the Yiddish Theatre The Crown Prince of Humor "THE JEWISH COWBOY" Extra Added Attraction! BRUCE HOWARD "MR. 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Sabbath services at 8:30 a.m. Students services at 10:30 a.m. Sunday Bar Mitxvah breakfast for boys and girls 13 and over will beJield this week at 8:40. Bible class under direction of Abraham L^vlto., at 7:30 a.m. f 0 „"• discussion group |* 'SSSS^ Ada Sunday morning from u,", 0 81 Hd Kabb Shapiro will nll( ''' f". hsfl and Observances of pi" lh Uw traditional cong^ua?* 0 **Tb munlty Seder will be h.u M David the first nicht d „" Wednesday. April fl i SLJ*** and Cantor Manehes *m W ^'P For further lnfnrm a ca,ne he and Bi.o 23rd Si BEACH MIAMI Alton Rose CORAL GABLES 221 i Pence 108 Ponce it Leon de Lenn few' Blvd. Ph 93292 Pn5?li55 Pi 4 4!0a Pls.4 0363



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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1949 PRICE TEN CENTS Drive Gets Off To Slow Start As Third Of Quota is Reached Total pledges of $657,107 were reported at the second report mating of the workers of the Sbined Jewish Appeal held at Manning's restaurant yesterday "noon. This sum is approximately one third of the goal of J188U37. William D. Singer, fe'neral chairman of the campaign, presided at the luncheon meeting. Reporting the largest collection was the trade unit with $289,419. This unit is under the chairmanship of Dan Ruskin and Herbert F Scher The winter residents unit, of which Jack Ablin is chairman, reported $145,755. The hotel unit, headed by Samuel A. Rivkind, reported $132,030. Mrs. Milton Sirkin, chairman of the women's unit, stated that her group had collected $72,752. George Chertkof, head of the metropolitan • unit, announced that his group had collected $14,351. Irving Cypen of the young adults reported $1,600 and Fred Berkowitz, chairman of the youth, $1,200. The ten-day drive was launched Sunday morning at a breakfast rally at Manning's. Despite the downpour, over 600 campaign majors, captains and assistants attended the rally and heard Rabbi Max Shapiro report on the conditions in Israel today. "Ours must be the high rejolve that not a single Jew who can be brought to Israel from the DP camps of Europe shall be turned away from its gates because our people failed to give generously to the campaign," Rabbi Shapiro declared. Singer made a plea for community support, stating "that since ours is the first major campaign in the whole country, the eyes of the nation are focused upon our drive." Singer presented a check for $300,000 to Jacob Sher, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, to be sent to the United Jewish Appeal as an advance on Miami's one million dollar commitment. Singer said 1949 COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL Quota Pledged $1,881,737 657,107 Short $1,224,630 Miami Must Not Faill U. S. Jewish Population Closer to 4,500,000 Than 5,000,000, Survey Finds that this money had been bor-1 Sunday School Children rowed from local banks by the | ., ~ To Contribute To Appeal Federation because of the immediate urgency for cash by the UJA to move a "minimum of 30,000 Jews from Europe to Israel in March." George Chertkof stated that the block-by-block canvass would end on March 31. His unit has a quota of $125,000. Other quotas were hotel, $500,000; women, $188,000; trade, $750,00; winter residents $250,000; young adult, $15,000; youth, $2,500. The third report meeting will be held Sunday morning at 10 o'clock at Manning's. Capt. Yaakov Weyland, military commander of the Negba, will be guest speaker. A fourth meeting is scheduled for Tuesday noon at Manning's. Mrs. E. Abrams Addresses Units The children of Sunday schools are holding assemblies to make contributions to the 1949 Combined Jewish Appeal. On Sunday Louis Heiman will address the children at Temple Beth Sholom and Mrs. Monte Selig will speak at the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center. Last Sunday Milton Friedman spoke at a Temple Israel assembly. NEW YORK, (JTA)—The Jewish population of Hhe United States today is probably closer to 4,500,000 than the 5,000,000 often estimated, it was stated here this week in a report of a survey of Jewish population statistic^ made public by the American Jewish Committee. The study by Ben B. Seligman and Harvey Swados of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds is based on a survey of the Jewish population in 700 communities in the United States reporting more than 100 Jewish residents. The report points out htat "there has never been a nationwide census of American Jews" and appeals for a "common national effort" to emass and surrey data concerning the Jewish population. It indicates that the thirteen largest Jewish communities in this country make up 75 percent of the Jewish population. The thirteen, are listed as follows: Baltimore, Chicago, Cleveland, Detroit, Los Angeles, Miami, New York. Newark, Philadelphia. Pittsburgh, St. Louis and San Francisco. The object of the survey, according to the report, was to "survey local censuses, counts or studies that have been made in the past decade, with the prospect of determining the approximate validity of current population estimates, of discovering the extent to which scientific methods are being utilized in local community studies, of learning whether there is a common basis for further demographic research on Jewish population, and of collecting suggestive data that might aid in marking out a program of national population and demographic research." Member agencies of the C.J.F.W.F., files of that organization and of the United Jewish Appeal and surveys of the Jewish Welfare Board were used in the study. Cuba, Finland Grant Israel Recognition HAVANA, (JTA)—The Cuban government has extended de jure recognition to the state of Israel, it was announced here this week-end by fhe Ministry of State. Cuba granted de facto recognition to Israel in January. HELSINKI, (JTA — Full de jure recognition was given to the state of Israel this week by Finland. De facto recognition was granted last June. Mrs. Moses Epstein to Address Hadassah Conference In Miami Principal speaker at the Ha-Basle, Switzerland, in 1946 and Mrs. Eleanor Abrams, national*ssah Southeastern Regional ly known lecturer, writer and commentator, will speak at services at Congregation Beth David tonight at 8:15. Mrs. Abrams spoke at the first report meeting of the drive at Manning's Restaurant Tuesday. She addressed a community rally for the Coral Gables area at the Coral Gables Women's Club Wednesday night. On Thursday night she was principal speaker at a furniture division dinner at the McAllister Hotel. ADL Survey Reports Colleges Accept Only Two-Thirds Of Jewish Applicants NEW YORK, (JTA)—Out-of-Jewish applications than nontown colleges and universities in the United States receive 11 percent of their applications from Jewish students and accord Jews seven percent of their places in freshman classes, a survey conducted by the Elmo Roper organization and financed by a grant from the Anti-Defamation League revealed this week. "The frequent charge made against the colleges that they discriminate against Jewish students seems to be proven, but nly in part and perhaps not nearly to the extent which is frequently charged," the report said, while Jews "ultimately succeed W getting a chance at some kind of college education as often as Protestants do," the report points out, they must try more colleges in order to do it. The report declared that "Jews re a definitely disadvantaged group when it comes to getting into college, but the situation is complex, and cannot be described the simple terms of general, across-the-board, discrimination. A m "ch larger proportion of JewMII gh school seniors apply to Alleges than Protestants or Catholics and the Jewish applicants HI heavily concentrated in the geographic area of greatest overw.u application pressure, the in. .L ast the survey said, add25 1 the end resu h ** that um.ii College accepts not only a jailer absolute number of Jewm applicants than non-Jewish. out also a small proportion of Jewish." N. Y. State Supreme Court Justice Meier Steinbrink, chairman of the A.D.L., commenting on the report, said that it offered "conclusive proof of the need for a state university, bias-free and open to accredited high school graduates of New York State. The only effective counterforce to the private colleges which have systematically barred Jews and other minorities," he noted, "have been municipal and state colleges which do not discriminate." Governor Continues Battle Against Klan TALLAHASSEE — Governor Warren expressed determination to outlaw the Ku Klux Klan at the forthcoming legislative session, in a special statement admitting he once had been a member. He stated that he had joined at the urging of a friend who said he got a commission on memberships, but said he had quit after attending two or three metings. He added: "I never wore a hood. I never marched in one of the Klan's cowardly parades. I never took part in any of the Klan s brandings, beatings, whippings, torturings or lyncfhings. I never participated in the Klan's other cowardly attempts to terrify helpless people." Governor Warren said that he was determined to stop this "lawless mob." Conference to be held here Sunday, Monday and Tuesday at the McAllister Hotel here will be Mrs. Moses P. Epstein, New York, national past president. Mrs. Epstein, active leader in Zionist affairs for many years, will speak on five occassions during the conference. She will participate in an open forum Sunday evening at the Miami Beach Center. Topic of the discussion will be "Israel Faces Tomorrow." Mrs. Moses Epstein Mrs. Epstein will also speak at the Hadassah Medical Organization luncheon Monday where she will discuss "Our Responsibility for Hadassah's Health Program.' At the banquet closing the conference to be held at the Bayfront Park Auditorium Tuesday night Mrs. Epstein will deliver an address. Mrs. Epstein is slated to give two radio addresses during her stay here. The first will be Sunday morning from 9:30 to 10 over WQAM. She will also participate in a round table discussion with other Zionist leaders over the same station Monday night. The subject to be discussed is "Commonplace Life in Israel." Now chairman of the national political committee, Mrs. Epstein headed a 28-women delegation to the World Zionist Congress in played an important role in the proceedings of the first peacetime Zionist gathering. Mrs. Epstein has served six terms as head of the Women's Zionist Organization of America and has represented Hadassah at many Zionist congresses abroad in past years. Her work in various Hadassah activities has been recognized throughout the country. She is also a member of the World Zionist Actions Committee, and has participated in the crucial decisions made by that body during the past two years. Mr. Murray Sanders, professor of bacteriology, University of Miami, will speak at the luncheon of the Hadassah Medical Organization on Monday afternoon at the Columbus roof. His subject will be "Health in a Pioneer Community." The Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah is extending an invitation to the entire community to attend Town Hall Meeting of the Air "Israel Faces Tomorrow" Sunday evening at 8:30 p.m. at the Miami Beach Center. Moderator will be Mrs. Max Dobrin, with Mrs. Moses P. Epstein, national political chairman, Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink, Miami Beach, and Mortimer May, national vice president of the Zionist Organization of America, as speakers. Social events planned for the Hadassah conference here include a Zionist Family Luncheon Sunday at the McAllister Hotel, a buffet supper at the Miami Beach Center Sunday evening, HMO luncheon to be held Monday afternoon at the Columbus Hotel roof, and a coffee hour out of town visitors who will be guests of the Conference of Jewish Women's Organizations of Dade County. Climaxing the three-day meeting, will be a banquet at the Bayfront Park Auditorium with prominent national and regional speakers. A sightseeing tour has been arranged for delegates preceding the buffet supper on Sunday. Tickets for the two luncheons may be obtained by calling Mrs. N. Douglas Raff, 6-3585, Mrs. Jack M. Fishman, 2-1083 and Mrs. Alex Robbins, 5-6219. Reservations for Monday night for delegates and man, 6-4954. Mrs. Max Dobrin the banquet Tuesday evening are being taken by Mrs. Leonard Barr, 5-1986, Mrs. William Bernstein, 5-4388, Miss Roslyn Klein, 2-7115, and Miss Lillian GoodIsrael To Consider British Relief To Arab Forces Truce Violation TEL AVIV, (JTA)—Israel will consider it a most serious breach of the Palestine truce if Britain accedes to the Transjordan request to take over military responsibility for the southern Transjordanian-Israeli border, an official Israeli spokesman declared here this week. The spokesman pointed out that if the British patrol the Negev border from Aqaba to the Dead Sea, the Arab Legion forces in that area would be released for use on other fronts. 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I .. I I PAGE EIGHTEEN >Jenistiflcr*fiaf7 FRIDAY, MARCH 25. 1949 Greater Miami's Jewish Population Hits 40,00 0; Among To p 15 In Nation —^—^^————^-^— n.nnia .,,,,1 tl,... ...... j Location of Jewish Population MIAMI BEACH 5 nth Beach to Lir.cclr. K:->i % %  • W.31 Lincoln Ri tc W St.... 2.6£ 41;: S: tc Surfside 24 4; All Islands %  100.0* ing >f abom 25 r^r cent M tnc Jewish population was isciuaea land the population was reported at close K XW The ^r.;u> committee maintains that tc at ti ras prorabo r to J *" —" %  As part :: the 19*" survey TO volunteers m th Great en s i •. :v aesceioeo In the next few issues The Jewish Floridian will feature articles on the Jewish population of Greater Miami based upon a report by M. J. Kopelowitz. chairman of the census sob-committee, which is part of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's community planning committee. With approximately 40.u00 Jewish residents, constituting almost ten per cent of its total at that time lsttD plpopulation Greater Miami ranks Ko^^AyhatUr among the top 15 Jewish communities in the nation. And it's still growing at what may be described as a sensational rate. These facts were revealed ir. i-i pop u 1 a t i o n survey undertaken" by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation in the summer of 1947 only recently completed. In its capacity as plani agency for the entire Jewish community, the Federation initiated the survey to secure data concerning the number and tion of the Jewish population as would make for structive planning of the educational, cultural, recreational igious r.eeds of the community. More concretely, sh %  vice juke boxes or knitting needles and rockers 0 Information obtained from this survey is of particular importe now that the Federation has luded a S200.000 building fund %  in the 1949 Combined Jew.•'r. A This sum ..th fit I • r.t towards a five-; program of expansion and modrnization f local facilities. Only 16 years ago the Jewish Statistical Bureau census, which ..-._• ii largely upoi i -hip—an inaccur• criteria, since a large num:' Jews not only are unaf%  i with synagogues, but do not even attend on the High Holy Days—reported that there 2.000 Jews in Miami. Four ; later the Bureau estimated that were 7,500 Jewish :• sid< tits hi r< The firsl tual survey I Ji : population was conducted by the Federation in 1944. Like the recent survey, it was The survev reveals that the Jewish population in Miami propei :s growing at a more rapid race than that of Miami Beach; for in 1944 55.4 per cent of the total population resided in MiaBeach, while 53 per cent led there in December. 194.. Even more interesting are shifts — various sections of the community. According to the 1944 study. 47.7 per cent of the Jewish r.-riiiati.-m m Miami Beach resided balow 14th St. The 194. figures for this area, which, however included three additional blocks to Lincoln Road, indicated I B0.8 per cent of the Beach :.,'. resided from South Beach Location of Jewish Population MIAMI Coral Gables, Coconut Grove, Hialeah, Miami Springs, Opa Locka.... 7.1% Northeast Section 2*52 Northwest Section 32.2 ,c Southeast and Southwest Sections 5 1.97c 100.0% per :-:-: :: the populates •It %  vvposs:b.< I %  -. %  : %  : • % % %  %  ~tr accurate: K ;-.". r:tt reports c-arever tc ioubl : on our figures It rand -; ..r.c i m tl sun During I nti t January :' 41st St. to Distribution By Sex MIAMI Males Females etc .. 612 %  :. %  n ... 730 IC r. 2655 i S.W. 0B1 4267 553 714 2629 4250 S264 50.4* 8146 49.6% MIAMI BEACH Males Females S -i Beach to Lincoln Read. 5372 5814 I.-..::-. Road to 41st St 1 013 1003 this ;•• : -• %  -:%  the (Jim %  i sity M ploved *. canvass : it 5 ] cent ol the total a eas included in • survt j As of December. 1947. the Jewish population of Miami Beach was found to be about 18.600 or 53 per cent of the total, while tnat of Miami was estimated at 16.400 or 47 per cent of the total population. The total Jewish population of Greater Miami in De1947, was about 35.000. Since it is estimated that Greater Miami is growing at a rate of 9 per cent a year, the population today is approximately 40.000, porl .^closes. These figures are as accurate as can be obtained in a study of this type-.'" Max Gettinger. secunity planning ...-.d assistant execudirector of Federation, asGettinger was responsible :' :• : %  : %  analysis and interpreta•; rfside 2244 A:: Islands 414 2298 404 9519 7 >tal 9043 TOTAL GREATER MIAMI Males Females 17,307 17,665 49.5< 50.51 the average Jewish family on the Beach was 25 persons ranging from 2.4 persons in the section up to Lincoln Road to 2.76 persons in the area north of 41st St The average family in Miami was 2.77 varying from 2.4 persons in the N.E. section to 3.0 in the Gables section. Combining Miami and the Beach the average family included 2.63. The average Jewish familv in Miami at the time of the 1944 survey was 3.12 individuals. Miami Beach's average family, vintage 1944, was 2.95 individuals. "Our present family size shows a much lower average than the general population and is lower than the average of Jewish families in most other Jewish communities," the report discloses. •In Newark, N. J., for example. the average is 3.52 individuals. Major factors in this low average are the newness of our community and the large percentage of single people or couples. The largest family in Greater Miami included eight people and there were two s families reported." Unlike most cities where women predominate and leap year and Sadie Hawkins Day are prayed for, the Jewish population of Greater Miami is divided almost evenly between male and female with males being 49.5 p er cent and females 50.5. In Miami Beach women were slightly i n the majority at the time of the last survey. Whether the males and females fall into proper age groups for matchmaking is not revealed. Dispelling the notion that Miami is a center for old people who have come to the magic city to spend the remainder of their days in the warmth here is the disclosure by the survey that in 1947 the average age of the Jewish population of the area was about 35. A breakdown of the age grouping reveals that 8.5 per cent were under 6 years of age. 15.4 per cent were in the schooi age from 6 to 18 and 41 per cent of the population ranged from 19 to 45. 16.4 per cent were in the 46 to 54 category. 12 per cent were from 55 to 64 years and 6.1 per cent were eligible for old age pension. The old age group varies considerably between Miami, where only 4.7 per cent reside, and Miami Beach, where 7.3 per cent are living. Of the 1,330 aged persons on the Beach, 1,017 live in the section from South Beach to Lincoln Road. MORE NEXT WEEK inder •hairmanship of M. J. Ition of figures in the survey. DISTRIBUTION BY AGE I -' .... 6-8 .... 11-12 .. 13-14 395 15-18 929 19-21 750 1326 623 388 340 22-25 26-35 36-45 46-54 55-65 65-74 75 & 927 %  .3272 .2536 .2536 195 18562 7.1 3.4 2.1 1.8 2.1 5.0 4.0 5.0 13 6 17 3 17.6 13.7 13.7 1.1 Miami 1661 640 459 381 393 858 620 814 2755 2931 2459 1666 1666 108 10.1 3.9 2.8 2.3 24 52 3.8 5.0 16.8 17.9 15.0 10.1 10.1 0.7 Total 2987 1263 847 721 788 1787 1370 1741 5275 6141 5731 4202 4202 303 6o 36 2.4 2.1 2.2 5 1 3.9 5.0 15.1 17.6 16.4 12.0 12.0 0.9 100.00 16410 :00.0 34972 100.0 to Lincoln. According to the 1947 survev. the population from Lincoln Road to 41st St. comprised 10.9 per cent of the Beach population. In 1944 when the area covered went from 14th St. to 41st St., the percentage of the population residing in this area came to 33.1 per cent. More striking contrast is displayed in the area from 41st St. to the end of Miami Beach, which in 1944 comprised 15.7 per cent of the total population, whereas in 1947 u 1 it constituted 24.4 per cent. The Islands, which included 3.5 per cent of the population of the Beach in 1944, contained 4.4 per cent in the later survey. In Miami 14 per cent of the Jewish population inhabited the N.E. section ir. 1944, while this percentage was reduced to 8.8 in the more recent survey. The committee states that this probably reflects the more rapid growth of other sections rather than a reduction in this area. The N.W. section had 25 per cent and in 1947 this had soared to 32.2 per cent. '"There has been a decrease in the percentage in the S.W., S.E. sections, which in 1944 amounted to 55 per cent and in 1947, 51.9," the report reveals. "The Gables and the remainder of Greater Miami has jumped from 6 to 7.1 per cent." The 1947 census reveals that Size of Family 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 SIZE OF FAMILY UNITS MIAMI BEACH Total Units 1308 2946 1634 1143 283 59 17 Total 7390 Total Persons 1308 5892 4902 4572 1415 354 119 18562 Average Family 25 or 53% of total population MIAMI Size of Family 1 Total Units 789 Total Persons 789 2 1964 3928 4347 5324 5 274 1370 83 498 22 154 Total Average Family Size of Family 5912 16410 47% of Total Population 2.77 GREATER MIAMI TOTAL Total Units Total Persons 2097 2097 4910 9820 557 9249 9896 2785 852 39 273 Average Family 2.63 34972 DR. SHOULSON Director Room, Board (Dietary Laws) 24 HR. EXPERT NURSING CARE 2 ACRES GROUND—ON BEACH S50.00 PER WEEK PASSOVER RESERVATIONS CORDIALLY INVITED DR. SHOULSON'S 1681 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach, 58-0112 KOSHER and P I R E SALAMI DEMAND TRULY GREAT HI-GRADE 1733 N.W. 7tb AVE. SINAI Shard Denies Israelis Invade Transjordan TEL AVIV, (JTA) — Israeli Foreign Minister Moshe Sharet this week reiterated the Israeli government's categorical denial tnat its forces had penetrated Transjordan territory in the Akaba area, but at the same time revealed that an Arab Legion unit had advanced five miles into Israel in the southern Negev area and had withdrawn after a minor skirmish. FOOD CO. PHONE 2-7570, 9-2652 AT YOUR SERVICE KENHOLZ KOSHER MARKET in Coral Gables for all Greater Miami Residents Located at 2:i2 Ponee de Leon Rlvd. (Corner Almeria Avenue) FREE DeliYery anywhere in Greater Miami TEMPORARY PHONE 3-1093 To insure the desire* of the orthodox community we have become exclusive distributors of REAL KOSHER DELICATESSEN PRODUCTS MANUFACTURED IN NEW YORK ASK FOR 999 Cease-Fire Order Signed At Rhodes RHODES, (JTA)—A cease-fire for the entire Israeli-Transjordan front was signed here this week by representatives of the two countries meeting under the auspices of acting United Nations meditor Ralph J. Bunche. It is understood that no declarations of any kind are incorporated in the agreement and that the question of frontiers was left open. No maps of the respective positions of the two armies were attached to the cease-fire pact. CAMP STONY "SOXLOW FOR BOYS AND OIRLS .. p. In the heart of the Pocono Mts., In northern Penna., Busnmi All Land and Water Sports Splendid Athletic Program Deluxe Accommodations Kosher Cuisine Jewish Cultural Program Resident Physician Registered Nurse Horseback Riding Laundry A Hor.eb.cK rt.omg MR. A MRS. H. ELUS 1224 8.W. 13th Av*. Tel. •• 1 Miami boys at their favorite sport at Stony Hollow CAMP FEE: MTS (includes MR. SYDNEY OREENBERG 1110 N.E. First Ave. Tel. i.l



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%  mnAY. MABCH 25, 1949 I). Of M. To Conduct Palsy Forums A scries of educational forums iH be given at the University of .. „,i under the auspices of the SKount? Society for Crippled Children. The following programs Svfbeen arranged by Gene M. Joeninger. chairman assisted by C^rvin Marks and will be held in room L-2, main campus, of the ""E'Sst forum will be held Tuesday, April 5, at 8 p.m. with Tack Emerson, professor of psychology at the university speakn e on "Neurological Aspects of Cerebral Palsy." On Wednesday, April 13, at 8 „m Dr. C Raymond Van Dusen, head of the speech department al the university will speak on "Speech Therapy." Dr. Van Dusen will also comment on the film, "Speech Training for the Handicapped Child," which will be shown the same evening. A panel discussion will be held on the problems of the cerebral palsied child and young adult, Tuesdav. April 19, at 8 p.m. This will include all phases, such as physical therapy, occupational therapy, special education, recreation and vocational rehabilitation. ,. „ On Wednesday, April 27, at 8 pm., Dr. Seymour Blumenthal, psychologist at the University of Miami Guidance Center, will speak on "Psychological Problems of the Cerebral Palsied." A film also will be shown, "A Day in the Life of a Cerebral Palsy Child." This film was made in cooperation with Dr. Winthrop M. Phelps at his Children's Rehabilitation Institute at Cockeyesville, Maryland. Both films are a courtesy of the National Society for Crippled Children, affilation of Dade County Society for Crippled Children. No admission will be charged, as this is a public service feature. In conjunction with the local Easter Seal campaign, this forum is being conducted as the first step in educating the public on the seriousness of the cerebral palsv problem. It is the hope of the Dade County Society that many students will become interested in the cerebral palsy problem and will choose one of the various phases of specialized personnel as a career to follow. -JmlstncrldHati PAGE FIVE =fc Cancer Groups Unite For Drive Seeking a membership of 20,000 and a fund of $100,000, the local unit of the American Cancer Society and the Dade County Cancer Institute have joined forces to conduct the first allcommunity appeal to get under way April 1. Seventy-five per cent of the funds raised will remain in Dade County to equip and operate the institute now nearing completion, according to Oscar F. Miller, recently appointed chairman of the campaign. The remainder, he said, will be used by the American Cancer Society for clinical research. The Dade County Cancer Institute, which will be dedicated some time in April, cost approximately $300,000 to build and equip, Miller reported. Located close to Jackson Memorial Hospital, the clinic is one of 40 similar cancer detection facilities in the country. Upon completion it will include the most modern equipment available. The appeal will be an educaonal campaign as well as an] effort to raise funds. Miller said that membership in ] the county institute and the na-' tional society will be on a givewhat-you-can basis. J. Gerald Lewis, president of I the Dade County Cancer Insti[ tutc, said that the community can well be proud of the new I clinic which is being built entirely from public contributions. Lewis announced that the $100,000 given by Walter Minchell from the Damon Runyon Cancer Fund to the local fund has been allocated for research—$75,000 to the University of Miami and $25,000 to the University of.Flor-l ida. Besides Miller, members of thel fund-raising, committee are J Gerald Lewis, W. George Kennedy, M. J. Franco, Herman Binder, Dan J. Mahoney, Mrs. T. V. Moore, Mrs. T. T. Stevens, Mrs. J. H. Kreiger, the Rev. E. W. Ullrich, Mrs. Charles Interline, DaVid Phillips, John D. Mont-| gomery and John SKnight. Headquarters for the drive are I 126 N.E. 1st St. Habonim Dance An Oriental atmosphere will pervade the dance to be given by the Miami Bonim group of the Habonim, tomorrow night at the Beth El Center, 500 S.W. 17th Ave. Highlight of the evening will be a floor show, which will include talented teen agers. Slated to appear are Sarah Siderman, whose specialty is Latin American dances; Edward Pastroff, pianist; Carl Schramock, baritone. Admission is 35 cents stag and 50 cents drag. IN at "I Council To Conduct Services In celebration of Purim, the only holiday in Jewish history honoring a woman, services this evening in many of the synagogues and temples of Greater Miami will be dedicated to the National Council of Jewish Women. Mrs. Nathaniel Levin will be guest speaker at the Congregation Beth David with Mrs. Lewis Brown and Mrs. Leonard Egert giving the responsive reading. Other members of the organization who will participate in services are: Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, Temple Israel; Mrs. Aaron Farr, Temple Beth Sholom; Mrs. Alexander Libow, Miami Beach Jewish Community Center: Mrs. Edward L. Cowen, Temple Isaiah. Cardiac Unit To Meet The Dade Chapter of the National Children's Cardiac Home will hold its next meeting Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. at Temple Beth Sholom. PENICILLIN DUST For treatment of Sinusitis, Ear and Respiratory Infections Dr. Springmyer, Physician 79th St. Clinic 249 N.W. 79th St. Ph.78-M07 Young Pianist To Give Concert The American Veterans Committee will present Irving Heller, rising young American pianist, in his first Miami concert Tuesday at 8:30 p.m. at the Miami Beach High School. Heller, who was born in Providence. R. I., almost 28 years ago, began to play the piano without instruction at the age of three, showing such promise that by the time he had reached the age of six he was performing in public. But not until two years later did he begin regular pianistic studies which led to appearances with prominent symphony orchestra.s and also to weekly radio concerts at which he performed his own compositions as well as those of the classical repertoire. In 1940 he won a scholarship at the world-famed Julliard School of Music in New York. He completed the four year course there in one and a half years and won the Memorial Award for Piano. He continued his studies %  a graduate artist in consultation with Gaston Dethier, the Belgian organist and colleague of baint-Sacns, and Carl Friedberg, tamed exponent of the romantic school and pupil of Clara Shumann and Johannes Brahms. The young pianist has concerted widely, giving performances at Town Hall in New York and ?n New York radio stations. During the 1948 season he appeared m South America, where he was V "Y well received. Since his arrival in Miami on Monday Heller has been enter'ained by Mme, Mana-Zucca and *as honor guest at Miss Bertha 'osters weekly musicale. Judge Kenneth Oka will be host to a jweption in his honor Sunday a "ernoon at the Sorrento Hotel. Jickets for the artist's initial Performance in this area may he obtained at Condave's. 1224 U'hington Ave.; Ardmore SKr ?t Wes t 41st St; Miami SSd a dl Co 1219 Linco,n E St acey Uniform Shop, 1577 23 h aaAv e .: F reedomHouse New Show Opens At Roumanian Ushering in a new show tonight at the Roumanian Theatre Restaurant will be Leo Fuchs, popular Yiddish comedian, billed as the "Jewish Cowboy." Also featured will be Bruce Howard, who formerly co-starred with Rudy Vallee at the Latin Casino, and Mildred Jocelyn, singing feminine lead of "Up in Central Park" and "Sweethearts." Ken Jones' Rhumba-American Band will round out the entertainment. Naming Ceremonies Will Highlight Gables Service The naming of the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Corenblum will highlight the services of the Coral Gables Jewish Center to be conducted at Pratt Hospital Chapel at 8:15 tonight. The parents w#H be hosts at a reception following the ceremonies. Canter Joseph W. Malek will present the liturgical portion of the services and Rabbi S. M. Machtei will deliver the sermon. Beth El Seder The Beth El Sisterhood recently voted to hold its meetings on the second Wednesday of each month. The group is formulating plans for a Passover Seder to be held in the Dora August Memorial Hall. 500 S.W. 17th Ave. The kitchen has been decorated for the holidays and new utensils have been purchased. Mrs. Leo Oster is chairman of the affair. For further information call 9-3279. M. B. GARRIS Consulting Engineers PHONE 48-9876 Now Located at 622 S. W. 27th Ave. "If I Should Die Before I 'Wake" Where Would My Body Be Placed? Too often when the unforeseen happens in a family, there is a hasty scramble of befuddled minds to make preparations for a fitting burial for the parted loved one. Prepare by purchasing a family memorial plot now, in advance of need, thus eliminating the necessity of ever again having to think about this essential. Once it is done, it can be forgotten, but through the years this protection will remain at no cost to you. MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY OFFERS YOU • WISE COUNSELING. • BEAUTIFUL LANDSCAPING. • PERPETUAL CARE. • Special Mount Nebo "PRE-NEED" Plan. For full particulars, write or phone: MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Ideally Located Near Weet FTagler at 53rd Arenue Olympia Building MT. NEBO CEMETERY Olympia Building Miami. Florida Gentlemen: Office Phone 3-3720 We are interested in securing full particulars about the purchase of a family burial estate in Mount Nebo. Name. AddressPhone—



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FAU£ ririEEN Employers' Discrimination Based On Fallacious Reasoning nine ARONOVITZ "' %  •>—-,—— rr „ m n ^ m By LOUIS ARONOVITZ M i,lions of dollars have been A are being spent by individuals and organizations all over h c ountry attempting to stamp ,. the age-old problem of dismination-through educational ^r/rns exposes, through the fS spools and word of mouth. mouth. rEN TILES ONLY. RESTRICTjp, EXCLUSIVE. WIPE OUT space the employment application form for religion—all symbols of anti-Semitism. Employment discrimination is S one phase of a great and complex problem. In the last two issues, you read %  tot 5 per cent of the 19 local employment agency owners and Seers questioned in a poll "ducted by The Jewish Florin testified that they encountered discrimination against Jew


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^A^MARCHW, 1949 ^JewistnoridUan PAGE NINETEEN nareau Receives lids For Library ""Bureau of Jewish Educaannounccs that two new aids tion have been added to its audio, Bu reau of Jewish EducaI alUbTary. The first of these £Und in a series of songs on ii sound film, produced* .hrpw Arts Sabbath and a LEGAL NOTICES the Hebrew Arts Committee. This 3/25 4/1-8-15-22 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of CASA RODRIQUEZ at 822 N Miami Avenue, Miami, Florida. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County Florida. FRANK RODRIQUEZ MAT1LDE RODRIQUEZ Ege cancelled in Event of Death of Borrower. Complete Information — Call *• R. ZALESKY A \ LINKER 3-8489 3-848* NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NOTICE IS A HEREBY V GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In ,n*iness under the fictitious name of Southeastern 0 Plastic Distributor. 7*t •>fil N W. 27th Terrace. Miami, .fia., fntendsVo register ld M SS wltt.the Clerk of the Circuit Court of uaae County. Florlda. BB KATZEN MARX FABER Attorney for Applicant 412 Congress Bldg. 2/25 3/4-11-18-25 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. 123107. PRIMO MANTEGARI. Plaintiff, vs. PAULINE MANTEGARI, Defendant THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO: PAULINE MANTEGARI 2169 45th Street Astoria, L. I.. New York You are hereby notified and ordered to appear to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce filed against you by the Plaintiff herein on or before the Z5tn day of April. 1949. otherwise the allegations therein contained will be taken as confessed by you. Dated: March 15. 1949. B. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal)^ & ^^ Deputy Clerk. SAM SILVER Solicitor for Plaintiff 1703 Congress Building Miami 32, Florida S/2S 4/1-8-15 ^ NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN COUNTY' JUDGE'S COURT. DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.—No. 20638. RE: ESTATE OF AGNES ROBERTS, Deceased. NOTICE is hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Executor of the estate of AGNES ROBERTS deceased; and that on the 11 day of April, 1949. will apply to the Honorable W. F. Blanton. County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Executor of the Estate of AGNES ROBERTS, deceased. This 9th day of March. "49. HARRY ROBERTS WASMAN, SILVER & SAKOWITZ Attorneys for Executor 3/11-18-25 4/1 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA — IN CHANCERY, No. 122887. 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 of 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 appearance In said proceedings on or before the 7th day of April, 1949, otherwise the allegations of said Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed by you. This order is to be published once a week, for four (4) consecutive weeks, in the Jewish Florldian, a newspaper published in Dade County, Florida. Dated this 5th day of March, A.D. 1949. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) By F. J. GOULD, Deputy Clerk. JOSEPH H. GANZ and ARONOVITZ, WE1NKLE & ARONOVITZ Solicitors for Plaintiff 3/11-18-25 4/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NOTICE IS A H M E E REBY GIVEN that business under tne 'i cl A'ui at 706 5th Florlda JOSEPH PERSICO Sole Owner 1703 Congress Bldg 3/11-18-25 4/1-8 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY". — IN CHANCERY, No. 12^0*12 HERMAN LEVY, Plaintiff, VS. SAI.LIE LEVY. Defendant. TO: SALLIE LEVY, c/o B. Kahn, 387 Ocean Parkway, ?OU* ,y A n RE Ne HE Y REBY NOTIFIED that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you by HERMAN LEVY, your husband, in the abo?e styled" cause and in.the above named Court; and you are further notmed that you are hereby required to file an appearance in said proceedings on o?before the ltth


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PAGE TWENTY Jewishfhridlian FRIDAY, MARCH 25 Over 200 Attend ADL Parley Here Package of President Truman's Civil Rights program and the adoption of an extensive educational campaign interpreting the democratic ngnts and responsibilities of all Americans was urged March 13 by Benjamin R. "' Epstein of New York, national director of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, in an address at a statewide celebration commemorating the 158th anniversary of the publication of Thomas Paine's "Rights of Men" held at Miami Beach. Over 200 Florida leaders attended the all-day session of the institute, which was under the chairmanship of Leonard L. Abess. Epstein charged that one of the major causes of the widespread discriminatory practices prevalent in our nation has been the failure to educate the American people to a fundamental grasp of the concepts of American democracy. He urged adoption of an educational program for "Democracy at Home" similar to the State Department's "Voice of America" broadcasts which seek to promote democracy abroad. Such programs should dramatize the fundamental concepts of American democracy in simple terms and present frankly the "unfinished tasks" facing our nation as enunciated in "To Secure These Rights," the report of the President's Committee on Civil Rights. "Real progress is being made in the South under the leadership of newspaper editors, educators, and church leaders," he Pictured above are Frank Kline, 61, and Joan Morris, 16, the oldest and youngest members of the honor guard of the Norman Bruce Brown Post of the Jewish War Veterans. Joan, who is the daughter of the post adjutant, is bugler and a member of the post auxiliary. ney, for "outstanding contributions to community relations as the former director of the Florida Anti-Defamation League office." The morning session featured addresses by Dr. Maurice A. Goldberg of Washington, D. C, president, B'nai B'rith District Grand Lodge No. 5, and Julius Fisher of Roanoke, Virginia, secretary, B'nai B'rith District No. 5. A panel, "Making Democracy Work in Our Community" was conducted by Gilbert J. Balkin, stated.^Cities^like" Tallahassee ft?22F J5LS? Anti-Defamation and Miami have struck hard blows for democracy through their Anti-Mask' ordinance and Governor Fuller Warren of Florida has won nationwide acclaim for his forthright denunciation of the Ku Klux Klan." Plaques for outstanding achievements in the field of Human Relations were awarded to Dr. Gordon W. Lovejoy of the University of Miami, for his work in "intercultural education;" to Warren H. Pierce, associate editor, on behalf of the St. Petersburg Times for its "courageous editorial fight against bigotry and intolerance" and to George J. Talianoff, Miami Beach attorLeague Florida office. *sw t*tyM y n ma. mv m* Rabbi Joseph E. 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FIRST STREET 1141 ALTON Ml 4100 N.W. 22nd Ave. Electrical Appliances for the Home Wanted We are endeavoring to obtain contact with William Aaron Hartz whose whereabouts have been unknown since the summer of 1944, when he disappeared from his home for the last time. His wife and minor son, living in the Bronx, are in urgent need of his financial assistance and would also like to determine his future plans and intentions toward them. Mr. Hartz was born in Pittsburgh, Pa. on Mav 9, 1912, is an elevator operator, 5 ft. 11 in. tall, weight 175 pounds, has black hair, dark brown eyes. Anyone aware of his whereabouts kindly contact the National Desertion Bureau, 105 Nassau St., New York 7, N. Y. Truman Letter Placed In Cornerstone Of Building A letter from President Harry S. Truman was included among the contents placed in the cornerstone of the new Religious School and Community Center being erected by the Temple Emanu-El of Ft. Lauderdale in the dedication exercises conducted Mar. 13. Rabbi Marius Ranson, spiritual leader of the congregation, assisted by Abe Markowitz, president, who served as master of ceremonies, read the President's letter and delivered the prayer of consecration. Edward L. Kaufman, nationally known philanFor Dependable Reliable Service Call "The Real McCoy" 89-2278 McCOY TYPEWRITER SERVICE Free Estimates—Pick-up and Delivery Keys and Radio Repair 9700 N.W. 7th Ave. America's Foremost Female Impersonators DANNY & DOC'S JEWEL BOX 512 N.E. 15th St. Res. 9-3100 TEL 82-4202 W Carry a Full Line of Strictly Fresh NORTHERN LAKE FISH YELLOW PIKE WHITE FISH BUFFALO AND CARP Also All Southern Fish WE GRIND YOUR FISH FREE 147 N. W. 5th STREET Dr. Williams Speaks At Beth David Ceremonies Dr. H. Franklin Williams, vice president and dean of men of the University of Miami, was principal speaker at the groundbreaking exercises of the new religious center for Congregation Beth David on S.W. 3rd Ave. between 26th and 27th Roads. 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Barkley To Address Zionist Banquet Vice President of the United States. Alben W. Barkley. will address the annual Zionist reception and banquet to be held Sunday. April 3, at 6 p.m. at the? Grossinfter Pancoast Hotel, according to Alfred Stone, president of the Miami Beach Zionist District. Co-chairmen of the event arc Isi d o r e Goldberg. Seymour Rubin and Matt h c \v Silverstein who urge thai reservations be made now by calling or writing the Zionist offic Lincoln Road. 88-4643. A reception for the Vice President will be held in the cocktail room of the hotel promptly at t ; p.m. arc", will be followed by the banquet in the main d n rig room of the hotel at which time vice Plans For Mt. Sinai Hospital Auxiliary Near Completion, Mrs. Dobrin Announces Preliminary plans for the organization of the Mt. Sinai Hospital Women's Auxiliary are nearing completion, according to Mrs. Max Dobrin. member of the Mt. Sinai Hospital board of trusties and chairman of the temporary planning committee for the auxiliary. Mrs. Dobrin stated that the temporary planning committee of -S women is representative of the total membership of all organizations represented in the Dade County Conference of Jewish Women "These women have been asked to undertake the job of preparing the groundwork for the organization,' Mrs. Dobrin Other members of the committee are: the Mesdames Emanuel Baskind. Camille Baum. Freda Glosser Bernstein. Leon Ell. Frederick Grossberg. Sarah Holland. Maxwell Hyman. Louis Krcnskv. Isaac Levin. Rhoda Levine. Gerald Lewis. Alfred Mamlet, Leo Robinson. Jandon Schwarz, H. U. Feibelman, Monte Selig. Sam Simonhoff, Joss Spirer, Jake Spitz. Harold Turk. J. Udell. Carl Weinkle and Nat Williams. 239 President Berkley will address the guests Proceeds will go to support Zion st proj) rts sue i as the Y Mo> emenl ti air ing of j leadership Jewish National Fund and the Zionist Emergency CounTop Price MEN'S USED Paid for CLOTHING ALS 432 N. MIAMI AVE. Phone 2-3213 MIAMI'S OLDEST FURNITURE MOVERS said "Within the next three weeks we will be prepared to open the membership to any woman who wants to join the auxiliary, and we hope to reach every woman, in this area. We plan to go along with temporary officers ami chairmen until we have enrolled a large number of woiv.cn. We will then complete the permanent w hich will operate cratic constitution and by-laws. subject to the approval of the board of trustees of the hospital The first public function of ti* new auxiliary is scheduled for May 12. which, is National Hospital Day. If the construction work at Mt Sinai has progressed sufficiently by that time, the hospital grounds at 4300 Alton R '..d e open for public inspt ftion. Officers t I e committee are: Mrs Max D brin, chairman; Mrs. Harry Kaufman, recording secretary; Mrs. Harry Markowitz, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Alexander Kogan. financial secretary; Mrs. Joseph Lipton, treasurer. Affair To Honor Israeli Officer The story of the struggle in Israel, particularly the fighting in the Negev, will be told by Capt. Yaakov Wayland Tuesday evening at a reception to be given in his honor at the Beth El Social hall. 17th Ave. and S.W. 5th St. Capt. Wayland is the Israeli officer who for nearly five months held the bottleneck between the organization j Negev and the path to the Jewish under a democoastal communities. He is here as a representative of the Histadrut, Israeli organization of the Jewish workers and pioneers. A former officer in the British Army. Capt. Wayland Ls the military \commar.der of Negba. a farming community of 350 men. women and children, astride the El Majdal-Faluja Road. The inhabitants of this community beat back an Egyptian army twenty times as great numerically as the defenders. The defense of Negba. acclaimed by Prime Minister David Ben Gurion. enabled the Israeli army to prepare its southern defenses and to make the successful offensive into the Negev. The public is invited. There Mount Pleasant Convalescent Home HAS BEEN COMPLETELY RENOVATED And is Now Under the Personal Supervision ofRUTH WEISS, It. \. EUGENE WEISS, Pod. G. • JEWISH DIETARY LAWS OBSERVED • 24 HOUR REGISTERED NURSES' CARE • CHEERFUL HOMELIKE SURROUNDINGS • SPECIAL DIETS PREPARED 1408 N. E. Bayshore Place, Miami Phone 82-5395 (ftomplek and Jbependalle cfiffe S&iww M IAMI TITU= & Qktract Co. 24 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE Till* Insurance Policies of Kansas City Title Insurance Co. 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Phone 3-8866 Women's Unit To Dr. Ward To Address Hold Barn Dance Rural hi-jinks and costumes will be the order of the day at the first annual barn dance to be sponsored by the North Shore Women's Chapter of B'nai B'rith tomorrow night at 8:15 at the Miami Beach Y. According to an announcement by the president, Mrs. Stanley Phillips, prizes will be awarded for the most original costumes and "penalties" levied against dancers who fail to appear in costume. Music for typical square dances will be furnished by Tex Dean and his Carefree Cowboys. A floor show will be presented. General chairman of the affair is Mrs. Fred Somerstein, who will be aided by Mrs. Norman Russ, tickets; Mrs. Hal Evans, decorations; Mrs. E. Levinson, refreshments; and the Mesdames Solomon, Wagner, Silverstein, Shiffman and First, arrangements. A program book will be given free to all who attend. Tickets are $1 per person and may be secured from B'nai B'rith Chapter members or at the door. A portion of the proceeds will be used to finance some of the chapters' community service programs. Young Judaea Group Elects New Officers Joel Rabin was elected president fo the Weizmann Junior Boys' Young Judaea at a meeting of the organization Tuesday night at the Miami Y. Others elected to office were Herbert Schwartz, vice president; Harvey Miller, secretary; Jeffrey Harrman, treasurer; Robert Cicero, sergeant-at-arms and program chair!" Movies will be featured at the next meeting to be held Tuesday at 7 p.m. at the Miami Y. Boys between the ages of 10 and 15 interested in joining the group are asked to call 3-5854. ^^^^ Spinoza Fomm Saturday Dr. Harry C. Ward, author, lecturer and professor emeritus at Union Theological Seminary of America will be guest speaker tomorrow afternoon at 3:30 at the Spinoza Outdoor Forum, 124 11th Stn Miami Beach. Dr. Ward's topic will be "Must We Have War with Russia?" A question and answer period will follow. Dr Abraham Wolfson, author of "Spinoza, Life of Reason," and chairman of the forum, will conduct the session. GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE STORE FRONT — PLATE end WINDOW GLASS Furniture Tops. Beveled Mirrors and Resilvering Our Specialty L. & G. Glass and Mirror Works 136 S.W. 8th St PHONE 3-4834 MORRIS ORLIN LOUIS GERBER H TABLE PADS *rr W Miami Y Will Hold Duplicate Bridge Nights Harold Meyers, chairman of the duplicate bridge committee oi the Miami Y, has announced that an evening of duplicate bridge will be held Tuesday and thereafter every second and fourth Tuesday of the month at the Miami Y. Admission will be 50 cents non-members. Prizes will be for members of the Y and $1 foi awarded to the highest winners. Miss Tessie Stasko, the professional in charge, will advise players about the game. Dinner Postponed Leon J. Ell, chairman, Israel Histadrut committee, announces that due to unforseen circumstances beyond his control the "Salute to Israel" dinner, scheduled for March 27, has been postponed until April 24 at the Saxony Hotel. All invitations dated March 27 will be honored on April 24. ^_^ Students To Speak Edward Klein and Edward Resnick, students at the University of Florida, will address the luncheon club of Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith today at 12:15 at the Downtowner Restaurant, Seybold Building. Their topic will be "The New University of Florida." The Jewish Quiz Box O.: What is the "Mapai?" A.: "Mapai" is the name ot the leading party in Israel today. is the party of Prime Minister David Ben Gunon It is fundamentally a labor groupjs program dedicates it to a devotion to the construction of the Jewish people in Israel as a free W ^ ing Wh P e t 0, i e t h. derivation of 'V&SS "Mapai" is an abbreviation composed of tne initials of the words: Miflegetn Poalei Eretz Israel" which means "The Party of Workers in the La £ Wn S .n el w a. this party f A nded Acrutll b y 7 t he h "Mapai" is • merger of Wo previously indeknown in Palestine as the "Hapoel Hatzair" (Young Laborer) merged into one party which is called the "Mapai." The "Poale Zion" dates back to the year 1907 when it was organized in Hague under the leadership of Borochov. The "Zeire Zion" was organized in the year 1905 under the leadership of A. D. Gordon who is referred to by some as preaching a "religion of labor as his doctrine. Q. : Is there a Communist party in Israel? A.: One of the twenty-one parties listed in the last Israeli election was a collective group called the "Communists and nonparty list." The election results proved that the Communists are a relatively insignificant group in Israel. What should be borne in mind is the fact that whatever infinitesimal group there is in Israel who call themselves Communists is made up of both Arabs and Jews. HEAT-PROOF. WATERPROOF. GUARANTEED Produced In Miami CALL *f 5-4360 For Courteous. Efficient, Colorful and Inexpensive 2-DAY SERVICE Our agents mill bring samples and measure your tables. SI Kill TABLE PAD CO. 1807 PURDY AVE. A. G. WILSON MRS. A. G. WILSON WILSON PICTURE FRAME SHOP 172 N. W. 1st STREET MIAMI 36. FLORIDA PHONE 2-2462 WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER VICTOR NASATIR Factory Representative Available to Give You Personal Service and Information PHONE 5-5745 *