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

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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, APRIL 22, 1949
PRICE TEN CENTS
Ben Gurion Tells Knesseth He Will Quit
Cabinet Post When Peace Is Established
TEL AVIV, (JTA)Premier
David Ben Gurion this week told
session of the Israeli Knesseth
that he would resign as Minister
of Defense after the conclusion of
peace treaties with neighboring
Arab states and as soon as the
Army is reorganized on a peace-
"participating in a Knesseth dis-
cussion on the government-spon-
sored veterans rehabilitation bill,
Ben Gurion said that since he
was responsible for mobilization
of Israel's troops he also wishes
to be responsible for their de-
mobilization.
The Knesseth adjourned for two
weeks after adopting the first
ten paragraphs of the veterans
rehabilitation bill. Earlier, the
question of the discharged police
officers and government officials
who served the former Mandatory
power was high-lighted during a
discussion of a bill regulating the
status of former Mandatory civil
I servants.
The Knesseth also agreed to ex-
I tend the validity of the State
Council-approved law governing
these officials for an additional
two-month period. At the same
time the Knesseth decided to ex-
tend permanent status to some
4.000 government officials who
have already been screened. A
committee to which 260 officials
who were discharged can apply
for appeal of their dismissals was
also set up.
The Knesseth decided to make
the fifth day of the Hebrew
month Iyaranniversary of the
proclamation of Israeli statehood
"Yom Haatzmauth," or Inde-
pendence Day. The Knesseth or-
dered that Independence Day
should hereafter become a public
holiday. A proposal submitted by
a Religious Bloc deputy urging
that the holiday be postponed to
Sunday if the fifth of Iyar falls
on the Sabbath was rejected.
The fifth of Iyar, which falls
this year on May 4, will be cele-
brated as a national holiday, with
regular workday scheduled can-
celled. Minister of Education Zal-
man Shazar urged that Inde-
pendence Day be marked by Jew-
ish communities throughout the
world. Deputy Ben Zion Dina-
burg called for the appointment
of a -special writers committee to
prepare a "Scroll of Independ-
ence" which would be "read from
generation to generation as a sym-
bol of the liberation and freedom
of Israel." A government pro-
posal to name the fifth of Iyar
"Day of Restoration" was de-
feated.
Internationalization Asked
for Jerusalem by Vatican
ROME (JTA)Pope Pius XII
today asked for the establish-
ment of an international regime
in Jerusalem in an encyclical
letter dispatched to all Catholic
bishops. Expressing satisfaction at
the armistice in Palestine, the
Pope declared that there was no
real peace there. He invited the
bishops to emphasize this situa-
tion to their congregations.
In addition to requesting inter-
nationalization for Jerusalem and
its surroundings, the Pope's letter
asked for the safeguarding of all
Holy Places in Palestine and free
access of pilgrims to them; liberty
for Catholic cultural institutions
in the country; and conservation
of the rights acquired there by
Catholics.
College Students
Arrested in Strike
NEW YORK, (JTA)Nine City
government officials who College studentsincluding five
girlswere arrested following the
start of a strike called to demand
the suspension of two faculty
members charged with anti-Jew-
ish and anti-Negro discrimina-
tion. Police said the nine students
arrested refused to clear the main
entrance to the college to permit
non-striking students to ener.
Placards carried by several
hundred pickets early this morn-
ing read: "Oust the Bigots, Join
the Strike," "Knickerbocker's
Anti-Semitism Is CCNY's Shame"
and "Davis and Knickerbocker
Must Go." The two teachers
against whom the protest strike
was called are Prof. William
Knickerbocker, chairman of the
Romance Languages Department,
and William Davis, an economics
instructor.
Knickerbocker was cleared last
year by the Board of Higher Ed-
ucation of charges that he dis-
criminated against Jewish stu-
dents and Jewish faculty mem-
bers. Davis was found guilty last
fall of segregating Negroes in a
dormitory for G.I. students and
was removed from his post as
dormitory supervisor, but was re-
tained on the faculty.
ilfeizmann To Talk
To Truman On Israel
NEW YORK (JTA)Dr. Chaim
Weizmann, President of Israel,
who arrived here this week for a
two-week stay in the United
States, will go to Washington in
about 10 days to meet with Presi-
dent Truman on a number of
problems confronting the Jewish
state. His visit to Washington will
be made following the testi-
monial dinner in his honor to be
held at the Hotel Waldorf As-
[tona April 23 under the auspices
of the American Committee for
the Weizmann Institute of Sci-
ence at Rehovoth.
I The Israeli flag is now being
flown by the Waldorf Astoria,
Iwhere President Weizmann will
[stay until his return to Israel on
[May 1. The 74-year-old chief of
[State presided at a Seder service
I Held in the home of Meyer Weis-
Ual, executive vice president of
[the Weizmann Institute, where
|1e and members of his family
were the guests of honor.
Arming Wednesday on his
irst visit to the United States
since his election as President of
Israel, Dr. Weizmann paid tribute
|w President Truman and to the
American people for their con-
IEL i J ,he establishment of
the Jewish state.
Lrudi!lm,g th*t Israel had
FJMhed the threshold of peace
'great sacrifice, he emphas-
Opponents Plan To Postpone Israeli
Admission To U.N. Until September
lizeri ,. ,"*"-"":, ne empnas-
IwL n,'l tho most pressing prob-
n eonfronti
immigration of nun
lto< !?ronting Israel at present
IdrtV' Vnj'ss ""migration of hun-
IftTniV lhou-sands of Jews from
lib* fimps and other Parts of
iW- He estimated that 1,-
IW- I -?ws would be brought to
a Wlt,"n tne ne*t five years.
mT\\K that Israe> alone can-
Aot should,, the financial burden
innVTF for the newcomers, he
Sealed to American Jews to
Unit-- t Ullest suPPrt to the
t',Q Jewisn Appeal to make
the "'s?arv fu"ds available for
ffipt,on and h0"sing of im-
migrants who are now arriving
5&rate 0f 30'000 a month- He
fo>nS 2? fsistance to *F*y
man., h u,\ Jr- general chair-
phTch DrUwt0dJewish Appea1'
mus ,.,, Weizmann declared
W d8H2d the wholehearted
L,ew u.uCdted service of every
EL Vs '"^rested in the
B stStde.-well-bein8 of the
U.S. Soldiers in Germany
Join DP's In Services
MUNICH, (JTA)More than
1,000 American Jewish military
personnel, staffs of the Interna-
tional Refugee Organization, the
Joint Distribution Committee and
displaced persons participated in
an impressive Seder service on
Passover eve held in the Troca-
dero building here. The military
post chaplain, Rabbi Herman
Dicker, officiated.
Some 400,000 pounds of matz-
ohs and matzoh flour were dis-
tributed to Jews living in DP
camps and towns in Germany,
the local office of the Joint Dis-
tribution Committee reported.
The organization also distributed
some 60,000 quarts of Israeli
wine, kosher fat and other pro-
ducts. The special Passover ra-
tion was given to all Jews in the
country.
15 Jewish Communities
In Hungary Dissolved
BUDAPEST, (JTA) Fifteen
more Jewish communities of pre-
war Hungary have officially
been liquidated because there are
no Jews surviving in these com-
munities. The anouncement was
made by the Ministry of Educa-
tion. ...
It was learned here, meanwhile,
that the premises of the Hun-
garian Zionist organizations
which were recently dissolved
have been taken over by the Cen-
tral Jewish Board.
LAKE SUCCESS (JTA)Op-
ponents of Israel's admission to
United Nations membership in-
dicated here that they intend to
urge postponement of voting on
the Israeli application until the
next session of the General As-
sembly in September.
The anti-Israeli forces are
greatly encouraged by the fact
that the General Assembly de-
cided on Wednesday, by a vote of
31 to 18, with seven abstentions,
to refer the Israeli application to
its Political Committee despite
the fact that the Assembly's
steering committee recommended
last week that the Assembly take
an immediate vote on admission
The Assembly's decision to have
the Israeli application first
screened by the Political Com-
mittee was influenced greatly by
a long list of Arab and Latin
Zionist Committee To
Meet In Jerusalem
JERUSALEM, (JTA) The
Zionist Actions Committee su-
preme ruling body of the Zionist
movement between sessions of
the World Zionist Congresswill
reconvene in Jerusalem May 5.
American members are expected
to attend the session.
Israeli Chief of Staff Yaacov
Dori, speaking at the concluding
session of an intensive officers
refresher course somewhere in
southern Israel, declared that the
Jewish state would always have
to maintain a large standing
army. He also emphasized the
need for establishing a network
of border settlement and bey
boards.
A group of 145 Arab prisoners
of war, including one British
soldier who fought with the
Arabs, passed through the Jew-
ish lines today in the Jerusalem
area. An Arab leper and an eight-
year-old crippled child were also
among those allowed to cross the
Israeli lines.
Dresden Jews First In
Soviet Zone To Elect
BERLIN, (JTA)The Jewish
community of Dresden was the
first community in the Soviet
zone of Germany to receive per-
mission to hold elections for com-
munal officers, it was learned
here today. Leo Lowenkopf was
elected chairman of the communi-
ty's executive board.
One of the boaid's first actions
was the acceptance of the sum of
50,000 marks from the city of
Dresden in partial payment for
property destroyed or seized by
the Nazis. The money will be used
to rehabilitate the city's Jewish
cemetery.
American speakers who demand-
ed that Israel clarify its position
on the internationalization of
Jerusalem and on the Arab refu-
gee question before being ad-
mitted to U.N. membership. A
surprise development in the de-
bate was an announcement by
Denmark and Sweden favoring
the delay because of Israel's fail-
ure to discover and punish the
assassins of Count Folke Berna-
dotte, late U.N. Palestine media-
tor.
The Soviet Union was the only
delegation which came out at the
Assembly in outright support of
Israel's immediate admission. The
United States, while supporting
admission, did not speak up in
behalf of immediate admission.
The vote, by roll call, was as fol-
lows:
For sending the application to
the Political Committee, (31):
Afghanistan, Argentina, Belgium,
Bolivia, Brazil, Burma, Cuba,
Denmark, Egypt, El Salvador,
Ethiopia, Greece, Haiti, India,
Iran, Iraq, Lebanon, Luxemburg,
Netherlands, Norway, Pakistan.
Peru, Saudi Arabia, Siam, Swed-
en, Syria, Turkey, South Africa.
United Kingdom, Venezuela and
Yemen.
Against, (18): Australia, Byelo-
russia, Chile, China, Costa Rica,
Czechoslovakia, Dominican Re-
public, France. Guatemala, Mexi-
co, New Zealand, Panama. Pol-
and, Ukraine, Russia, United
States, Uruguay and Yugoslavia.
Abstained, (7): Canada, Colom-
bia, Ecuador, Honduras, Liberia,
Nicaragua and Philippines, Ice-
land Paraguay were absent.
Refugees From Shanghai
Depart For Israel
VENICE. (JTA)A total of 220
Jewish refugees from Shanghai
this week sailed for Israel aboard
the transport Campo D'Oglio, fol-
lowing their temporary stay at
the Berletta DP camp. The steam-
er was the last to depart before
Passover.
(A Haifa dispatch reported the
arrival in Israel of 1,100 Jewish
immigrants from Italy. They came
aboard the S.S. Galilah.)
Federation To Meet
The annual meeting of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion will take place on Thurs-
day, May 5, it was announced
yesterday by Jacob Sher, presi-
dent, in a letter to the heads
of all Jewish organizations of
Greater Miami. Place of the
meeting will be announced
later.
Govt. Asked To Permit
Corporation More Shares
BUENOS AIRES, (JTA)The
Argentine Government was asked
by the Argentine Palestine Eco-
nomic Corporation (ARPALSA)
to authorize the issuance of addi-
tional shares valued at 2,000,000
pesos. Such an issue would in-
crease the corporation's capital
from its present 1,000,000 to 3,-
000.000. ARPALSA, hopes to pay
a four percent dividend.
The Danish freighter, "Indian
Reefer," sailed from here carry-
ing an 1,100-ton cargo of frozen
kosher meat for Israel. The meat
was purchased in this country at
a price of $550 per ton.
Samuel Gordon Dies
JOHANNESBURG, So. Africa,
(JTA)Samuel Gordon, honorary
treasurer of the Zionist Federa-
tion of South Africa, died this
week-end at the age of 76. He
was one of the founders of the
Zionist movement in South Africa.
Dritain Doubts
Plan Is Feasible
LONDON (JTA)Doubts as to
how far the plan for full Interna-
tionalization of Jerusalem can be
worked were expressed last night
by Christopher Mayhew, Under-
secretary for Foreign Affairs, in
the House of Commons. Mayhew
said he was certain that the
United Nations had expressed the
will of the entire civilized world
in insisting that the Holy Places
be protected and free access as-
sured for all religions.
"Our view," he added, "is that
whatever solution is reached, we
feel that there must be free ac-
cess to the Holy Places. The plain
fact is that to impose an inter-
national regime over a consider-
able area, as foreseen by the
United Nations, would be a very
formidable task, requiring a very
large police force administration.
We must, therefore, have our
doubtsalthough His Majesty's
Government was among the first
to suggest that this was the ideal
solutionas to how far the
scheme of full internationaliza-
tion can, in fact, be worked."
The Foreign Undersecretary
stressed that he wanted to be
careful not to say anything that
could embarrass the labors of the
U.N. Conciliation Commission,
but he could not say that the
British Government was ready to
support the scheme of part inter-
nationalization of the Holy City.
In addition, Mayhew pointed out,
the Arab point of view must be
considered.
In addressing a question on
Jerusalem to Mayhew, Ivor
Thomas, Conservative M.P., said
that it should be made clear the
incorporation of Jerusalem into
Israel would be inacceptable to
world opinion. He asserted that
only an international regime
would protect the Holy Places
and explained that he was not
suggesting the Holy Places would
be less safe in Jewish hands but
that they would present a new
task for the Jews.
The British Government in-
tends to extend a $4,000,000 in-
terest-free loan to Transjordan to
aid in the resettlement of Pales-
tine Arab refugees, Mayhew told
Commons. Denying that the eva-
cuation of British troops from
Aqaba would contribute to
peaceful settlement of the Pales-
tine problem, Mayhew asserted
that British troops would remain
in Aqaba at their present strength
"so long as the situation re-
quires."
White House Ceremony
Marks Recognition Of
Israeli Ambassador Elath
WASHINGTON (JTA)Presi-
dent Truman today expressed
hope for the "peace and posper-
ity of Israel" at a White House
ceremony marking the official
recognition of Eliahu Elath as
Ambassador from Israel. Elath
was received by the President and
presented his letters of credence.
The Ambassador's remarks were
made in Hebrew.
Israeli Govt. Reconsiders
Decision on Stanley
TEL AVIV, (JTA)The Is-
raeli Government announced this
week that it has reconsidered its
refusal to admit Sidney Stanley
to Israel and that an entry per-
mit would be given him. Stanley,
who is stateless, was ordered ex-
pelled from Britain following his
involvement in an alleged cor-
ruption scandal of British Gov-
ernment officials. The decision
came after receipt of a new ap-
plication from Stanley's attorney,
Max Seligman.


PAGE TWO
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FRIDAY, APRIL 22,
I'll Say...
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
A Kibbutz On The Mississippi
(Harry Simonhoff is on an
extended tour of Western
United States. For the post two
weeks he has written of Jew-
ish life and history of areas in-
cluded in his itinerary.)
..In 1880, the world seemed
shocked at the news that the
nor. They wore found unsuitable.
Proceeding on the theory that a
gift horse has never won a race,
a prominent business man offered
to sell a large tract on easy grad-
ual payments with 2 years taxes
free. A committee of three went
on an inspection tour of 10 days
Czars had inaugurated their pol- and found part of the land fence
icy of persecuting Jews. Fol- in: about half of the tract
lowing the outbreak of the May been cultivated and con
Laws pogroms, the Union of several houses.
The crops were beginning to
sprout, to be sure; but it seemed
impossible to cope with the weeds
that sprang up in such abundance.
Its Failure
Thev began to take stock of
their neighbors. The acute minds
from the Russian pale were not
encouraged to find the native
farmers poverty stricken and
hopelessly sunk in failure and
debt. When some began to shiver
with cold and burn with heat.
they learned about malaria for
the' first time. Some began to
leave and seek jobs in factories
or take up the peddler's pack.
, But the knockout blow occurred
haij in April. 4 months after the aus-
"[ed picious beginning. The Mississip-
Iney pi rose, broke through the levc
tees,
American "Jewish Congregations brought back a favorable report, ^d^ flooded their lands. Against
s evil, argument availed not.
The !1 every
and abandoned their in-
vestment to the mosquitoes, the
vating heat, and the angry
Old Mar River."
As in all post-mortems, the
..-.. J recriminal followed. It
The contingent of '. ,i that the colonists
pie consisud of 11 farmers t .. ,:-. marsh lands
sent out circulars uring help for
the Russian Jewish refugees. A
telegram was sent by Gov. Mc-
Enery of Louisiana to the Alli-
ance Israelite Universalle offer-
ing a homestead of 160 acres to
each immigrant willing to settle
in his state. In our own day. we
lived to witness callous indiffer-
ence as the radios blared out the
cremation of millions at the in-
cinerators.
Refugees from Russia
New Orleans Jewry took quite
seriously the telegram and the
circulars. At a meeting, S5000
was subscribed and a committee
appointed to investigate the lands
in the parishes of Allakapas and
Calcasieu offered by the gover-
In the town of Harris':-..:-. La., a
mass meeting was addressed by
Judge Elam. Resolutions of wel-
come were formally ad >]
the townsmen and local fa]
The immigi ants b< gan I > ai
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when cotton sold at 3c a ; ixnd. ax Heller, who left
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laborers and I -
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were not of that eat '
called chalutzim. S a 1 re-
sources. About 9 refug
able to kick into the kitt\ -
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a dozen eggs. 25c a matun
er. and S10 would suppo
growing family. The Mont::
Agricultural Aid Society of New
York added S2800 to the fund col-
lected from the New Orleans
community. Altogether the in-
vested capita! aggregated the re-
spectable sum of S20.000.
Their Enthusiasm
The colonists selected as leader
and foreman, one of their num-
ber. Herman Rosenthal. a man of
scholarly attainment, who later
assisted in editing the Jewish
Encyclopedia. The first group of
48 males were now all set. It
being Har.ukah. the community
m a blow out at a festive-
ly decorated hotel. On the same
day. they were naturalized as
An ei ican citizens. After the court
eremony, they marched with
tlags. banners, and lanterns and
proceeded to serenade the Rabbis
and their benefactor. Mr. New-
man. Enthusiasm ran high.
F ends and well wishers saw
them off as they embarked on
board for Si< [si nd.
Colony on Sicily Island
After a month, Mr. Rosenthal's
letture assures the New Orlean;
back' I ,.t their confidence
[would be fully justified. Hopeful
of success. h< hsts the trees cut
down: the roads repaired:
renirs of Temple Sinai, published
in 1922
Comparison with Belu
I- ;.,. of irse, tempting to
!maki :"-> with """' el; '-v
yshew in Palestine. Every one
knows the story of Belu, founded
at about the same time. The ob-
stacles that confronted this settle-
ment were even greater than in
Louisiana. But the historical is-
sue was not the same. There was
no ideal involved on Sicily Is-
land. If the colonists could not
make a go of this venture, there
no special virtue in prolong-
. usi l< ss, even if heroic, fight.
But the pioneers, who forsook
Russia under the masthead Beth
Jacob L'ehu v'nailcha, (House of
.1 b, come let us go) could not
d to fail. For it was due to
the unswerving determination,
the back-breaking labors, the de-
voted idealism of those heroic
chaluzim f at on May 14. 1948.
Medinas Israel was reborn.
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A quiz show and dance will be
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BBYW. tomororw night at 9
o'clock at the Ritz Plaza Hotel,
the Dons Brown, president, has an-
wells dug; -he 200 acres plowed | r.ounced.
and sewn with grain; the corn Proceeds of the affair will be
ar.d vegetables planted: the 45 us< d to purchase layettes for
acres fenced in: the 3 new cot- families in Israel and to support
tages added to the 2 larger houses some of the local B'nai B*rith
already on the land.
Then complaints began to come
in. Only 2 yoke of cattle and 2
mules fo: thi entin colony. The
heat and humidity hard to take-
by people accustomed to cold
commur.ity service programs.
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PIUDAY, APRIL 22, 1949
"Jenisii fhridian
Youth Groups To
Hold Conclave
Young Zionists from Southern
Florida will gather at the south
'! University of Miami,
S3 Gables, to attend their first
annual nclavAe to be hff %
?? 14 15. Approximately 100
Inombers of Senior Judaea and
heir leaders who are from the
ranks >f Jr. Hadassah, Masada
,nd IZFA are expected to attend
tne educational and recreational
"purpose of the institute, as an-
nounced by Mrs Alfred-Mamlet,
Young Judaea chairman for this
area is to help in creating "an
informed and active Zionist youth
corps in the state of Florida, a
vouth movement devoted to the
Jewish people and to the further-
ance of democracy throughout the
W conclave will be a Midura (camp-
fire) program saluting the anni-
versary of the establishment of
the Jewish State. This program
will be conducted by the Senior
Judaeans of clubs Beersheba,
Chaim Weizmann and Jolly Ju-
daeans. .
The yougth groups in Greater
Miami will serve as hosts and the
committees to handle arrange-
ments will consist of representa-
tives from the Young Judaea
Leaders Council, Junior Hadas-
sah. Masada and IZFA.
Members of Jewish youth
groups and unaffiliated young
people between the ages of 14 and
18 are invited to participate in the
conclave. Those interested are re-
quested to write to the Zionist
Youth Commission, 235 Lincoln
Road tor full particulars.
Import Duties On
(.ih Packages To
Israel Revealed
The following statement was
made last week by Arthur Lourie,
consul general of Israel in New
York:
"We have received many in-
quiries from persons who desire
to send parcels of food and cloth-
ing to friends and relatives in
Israel about the customs duties
which the recipients of these gifts
must pay.
"The customs duty for standard
food parcels varies from $1.20 to
SI.60 while clothing is subject to
a tax of 35 per cent.
"These regulations have been
in effect over a long period of
time.
"It must be understood that
the people of Israel, having come
through a critical and costly
struggle for survival, are now
living under and have readily ac-
cepted a regime of severe austeri-
ty. Food is subject to rationing
and all residents are restricted in
the amount they may purchase.
Clothing is being manufactured
under a utility planning scheme.
Furthermore, all people in Israel,
making their fair contribution to
the cost of war and reconstruc-
tion, are paying heavy taxes.
Some of these taxes are indirect,
since the prices of food and cloth-
ing reflect import duties.
"It follows, therefore, that any-
one who receives a gift parcel of
mod and clothing from relatives
outside the country may equit-
ably be expected to assume the
customs duty which the general
Population is called upon to pay.
We believe that the people of Is-
rael are determined to make their
air contribution to the country's
national existence and that ac-
cordingly, they understand the
wisdom, equity and necessity of
the import regulations in this
period of emergency."
PAGE THREE
Norman Bruce Brown Post of the Jewish War Veterans has announced that Memorial Day serv-
ices will be held this year on Sunday. May 29. The services will be conducted by the honor guard
of the post, and as in previous years, the grave of every Jewish veteran in Mt. Nebo. Graceland.
Woodlawn and Ml. Sinai cemeteries will be decorated with an American flag. Services are sched-
uled for 9:30 a.m. at Mt. Nebo. 10:15 a.m. at Graceland. 11 a.m. at Woodlawn and 12 noon at Mt.
Sinai.
Nat'l JWF Loader
Inspects Agencies
In Miami Area
Dr. Isidore Epstein, assistant
executive director of Jewish Na-
tional Fund of America, is mak-
ing a tour of inspection of all the
constituent agencies of the Jew-
ish National Fund Council of
Greater Miami. Dr. Epstein, who
arranged and conducted the ses-
sion of the Jewish National Fund
of the World held at the Astor
and Waldorf-Astoria hotels in
Mew York City recently, stressed
the need for greater effort on
behalf of the Jewish National
Fund. He pointed out that only a
small percentage of the land in
the State of Israel is now owned
by the Jews, and in order to have
a place for the thousands of new
arrivals in Israel, it is necessary
that at least one million dunams
of land be purchased during 1949.
Harold Shapiro, chairman of
JNF Council of Greater Miami, is
assisting Dr. Epstein in his tour
of inspection.
Women's League Of Frat
Gives Passover Party
The Women's League of the
Alpha Iota Chapter of Phi Epsilon
Pi fraternity held a Passover
party for members and their dates
Thursday night at the Hillel
House, 3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Chairman of the affair was
Mrs. Charlotte F. Haas. Hostesses
were the Mesdames Ida Optner,
Lillian Newman, David Pred, Jos-
eph Robins, Cele Labbie and Etta
Braz. Junior hostesses included
the Mesdames Graham Fried, Les-
ter Jacobson, Sidney Adlcr and
Jerry Braz.
The monthly meeting and elec-
tion of officers of the fraternity
were held last night at the home
of Mrs. Etta Braz, 320 N.W. 20tli
St. Mrs. Braz served as hostess
at the meeting.
Auxiliary To Meet
The Miami Ladies Auxiliary to
the Home for the Aged will meet
Tuesday at 1 p.m. in the Beth El
Center, 500 S.W. 17th Ave. After
the general business, Mrs. Harry
Klein chairman of the nomina-
tion committee, will present her
slate of officers for the ensuing
year. Mrs. Etha Beck will pre-
side.
Lodge Holds Seder
A Seder sponsored by Lodge
357 of the Jewsh Peoples Frater-
nal Order was held Sunday night
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Osman. 2350 S.W. 13th St. The
Seder was conducted by Mr. Was-
serman, well-known Hebrew
teacher. The junior group of the
Jewish People Folk Chorus sang
Passover songs.
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Hadassah I nil To
Hold Card Party
Wednesday evening, April 27 at
8 p.m. is the date scheduled for
the card and games party to be
given by the Miami Group of
Hadassah in the Temple Beth El
auditorium, 500 S.W. 17th Ave.
Proceeds from the affair will go
to the Hadassah Hospital in Is-
rael.
Mrs. J. Martin Fishman is
chairman of the affair, and the
members of her committee are
the Mesdames Morris G. Drapkin.
Sidney Lefcourt, Moe Feingold.
Albert Rosenthal and Sol Stokols.
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FRIDAY, APRH 22,
EDITORIAL
Jewish History Week
The nationwide observance of a Jewish His-
tory Week." April 243(1 pkma tor which were
jnade public at the recent annual meeting of the
American Jewish Historical Society ought to go
a long way toward achieving a keener aware-
ness or the Jewish rc'.e in (be American story
ana the depth of Jewish roots in American life.
It is, of course, highly appropriate for the
Society, which has :c: more than hal: a century
been devoting itself with ccrr.rr.endable intent to
the accumulation c: American Jewish historical
materialana which is now under the sponsor-
ship or the National Jewish Welfare Boardla
initiate and carry cut tr.is newest cultural enter-
prise in Jewish life. The Society as its -^^"y
meeting its 47th proved and as the Jewish
History Week undertaking emphasizes has re-
entered the mainstream ct Jewish activity and
should seen he attracting to itself the support end
enthusiasm its vital and devoted efforts in this
field so richly merit
The Society s plans c
observance of Jewish History Week. It bat issued
en impressive array c: pamphlets dealing with
varicus phases c: Jewish history in tins country
and presenting a -.vide range c: program sug-
;utv observances c: Jew-
cr a tull-rancched
cestiens for lecal
ish History Week. The Society's aims in promot-
ing this event are to build up an understanding
of current movements trends, and problems m
the American Jewish community tc develop cr.
appreciation c: the Jewish ideals c: democracy
that have influenced the shape c: American
democracy tc examine Jewish achievements to
America end like matters of substantial and en-
during interest.
It is hoped that Jewish ccmmunit.es ihreughrui
the country recognising the value of Jewish
History Week curl responding whole-heartedly
THE SOWER
event as well as c memcreile end rewarding
one in the years calendar. A success: cc-
ser.-cr.ee ef Jewish History Week can emphatical-
ly he the means of stunulet.ne en intelligent
creetive lively and sustained interest in Jewish
history the year round.
ft'us in Agriculture
The Jew today is essentially an urbanite al
though interestingly enough in ancient times t
was held against us that we were much too a
ricultural. *
Circumstances have altered us. The wand
ings of the Jew, the various edicts against Jews
owning any land have tended to make us a com
mercial and industrial folk instead of a peasantry
Yet deep in the Jewish heart there has always
lurked a nostalgia for the rural life. It was not
easy, however, to effect the change after so lono
an absence from these pursuits. g
The most notable success in that direction is of
course in Israel, where Jews have shown them-
selves very able agriculturalists. But there have
been efforts made here in Americe in the same
direction. Back of these efforts, in the main, has
been the Jewish Agricultural Aid Society.
Gabriel Davidson, executive director of the
Jewish Agricultural Aid Society, has just issued
his annual report and it contains seme meat for
though on this subject. The Jewish Ariculturol
Society works along a conservative program, but
within the scope of that program it is' working
very effectively. This report for instance shows
that of some 415 families who were cided in es-
tablishing themselves on farms in the five-year
period between 1943 and 1947, only ::rty-seven
pulled up their stakes and moved hack to the
city.
This is a very good showing, as one may well
imagine. It is not easy to exchange the while
collar for the open jacket and plow the rugged
earth after long inaction of the muscles. The Jew-
ish Agricultural Society has obtained farm em-
ployment. Mr. Davidson further reveals, for more
then 2j,Q00 Jewish young men.
This work is still but a seed, te borrow a
metaphor from the farm, but we know how bigs
seed may grow. The Jewish Agricultural Society
is helping show the way.
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the United Nations rathe. -. Mai ZCa ____l w- ^"^ str
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Mfce MatuiOTsky. internalionallT known Tel-ATiT arttfl *o
by Mat-sorsky and other Israeli artists wer displayed to MWJ
recently ia coaaedion with a promotion campaign ior -- ^
Art Museum to be erected in Jerusalem. A special J*rdJ*mia
lie museum will be dedicated to American art and artists an
bt named after the American humanitarian. Wul Rogf-jj___^-
U.N. Body Invites Jews-
Arabs To Attend Parley
JERUSALEM H A -' l*
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and lereeL G
patched invil \.;*s"
tinue their excb ;. at
with comrr-i--- -
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the urgent pi
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outstandms issw
>lilitary Court
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aides were convicted
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war Sir.ce the
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r.t of sentences
is i I expect re Thursday.
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I! State is -.he Nazi
I nnsr Nazi
who
f 21 defendants.
found guilty of plotting ag-
gress war against Czecho-
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Beach Zionists To
Elect Hew Officers
The annual meeting of the Mi-
hddMond^ at 8:30_p.m
anii
'leach Zionist district will be
day at 8:30 p.m. in the
hall of Temple Beth
SEES -cording toP Alfred
stnnc. president.
rhairman of the nominating
n,n ttoc Alex Van Straaten,
S'dihes.ate of officers for
SS coming year and elections will
lake place, with only paid 1948-49
members voting.
Delegates to the 52nd annual
7HA convention to be held during
^ration Day week-end at the
Commodore Hotel, New York
ritv will be appointed. All de-
sirous of attending the convention
are requested to call the Zionist
office. 58-4643. this week.
Alo on the agenda is the pre-
sentation of ZOA pins and auto-
graphed copies of "This Is Is-
rael" by I. F. Stone to members
who "did outstanding work dur-
ing the recent membership cam-
P Rabbi Leon Kronish will give a
presentation of the slides which
he made while on his recent in-
spection tour of Israel.
Coincident with the end of the
Passover holidays, members of
the Miami Beach Zionist District
will at this meeting inscribe their
rames in a Roll of Honor as a
token of participation in the ef-
forts toward the establishment of
the Jewish State and as an ex-
pression of determination to con-
tinue to share in the economic
upbuilding of Israel. Dedicated to
the biblical theme, "If I Forget
Thee, O Jerusalem," the "Book
of Remembrance" will be deposit-
ed for permanent safekeeping in
the Central Library of the Israeli
Government in Jerusalem as a
testimonial to the American Zion-
ist share in the recreation of the
Jewish State and as a tribute to
the struggle of the people of Is-
rael for independence. A facsimile
copy wil be presented to the Li-
brary of Congress in Washington,
D. C. This inscription of names
into the "Book of Remembrance"
is taking place in ZOA Districts
throughout the United States.
Since only paid members only
may take part in this meeting,
President Alfred Stone urged that
"every member who has not al-
ready done so should immediately
send their 1948-49, Jewish Year
5109. dues to the Miami Beach
Zionist District. 235 Lincoln Rd."
B'nai B'rith Women
Hold Party For Yets
The B'nai B'rith Women of
Sholen. Lodge held a party for
the patients of the neuro-psy-
chiatnc ward of Pratt General
Hospital Saturday night, April
16.
Highlight of the evening was
a variety bill which included a
piano-flute duet by Rita Quartin
and Mary Ann Bender, music
majors at the University of Mi-
ami: vocal selections by Milton
A. Friedman, president of the
Florida Federation of B'nai
Brith Lodges, who also led in
community singing; a hilbilly
duet composed of Mrs. Joseph
Nurenberg, president of the
Women's League of the Miami
YM-YWHA, and Mrs. Nathan
Dubler.
Mrs. Harold Rand, president-
elect, and Mrs. E. Klein assisted
Mrs, Leonore Curtice, hospital
chairman, in serving the refresh-
ments.
Mrs. Curtice has announced
mat more volunteers for hospital
work are needed. Anyone wishing
to volunteer is asked to call her
at 9-5715.
AVC To Hold
Rally On May 8
In accordance with the pro-
clamation by AVC's national
planning board that V-E day
peace memorial rallies be held
throughout the United States on
May 8, the national and inter-
national affairs committee of the
Miami Beach Chapter of the or-
ganization is making plans for a
peace demonstration at the Fla-
mingo Park bandshell on Mav 8
at 8:30 p.m.
Included on the program will
be two dramatic presentations,
"The Last Days of the War" by Norman Corwin. Speakers of na-
Artliur Laurcnts and excerpts tional importance are slated to
m,m n a Note of Triumph" by'appear on the program.
Workmen's Circle Branch
To Sponsor Variety Show
A Jewish variety show will be
sponsored by Branch No. 699 of
the Workmen's Circle Sunday
night at 8 o'clock at the Arbeit
Ring Lyceum, 1545 S.W. 3rd St.
Artists who will appear on the
program are Mrs. Clara Langstar,
Mrs. Taylor and Mrs. H. Zuckcr-
man. Jack Pablikar will serve as
pianist and Harry Grenberg will
direct the proceedings.
Tickets are one dollar includ-
ing tax.
Pioneer Women To Meet
A meeting of Club No. One of
Miami Beach of the Pioneer
Women's Organization will be
held Tuesday, April 26, at Con-
gregation Beth Tfilah, 935 Euclid
Ave., Miami Beach. All members
are requested to bring bazaar
tickets. A full report on the ba-
zaar will be given at the meeting.
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Other officers chosen were
Martin Genet. Joseph Cohen, Dr.
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Katz, vice presidents; Mayor
Marcic Liberman, treasurer; Saul
Genet, treasurer.
Weinbergs To Mark
Golden Anniversary
Mr, and Mrs. Morris W. Wein-
berg, 2264 S.W. 2nd St., will hold
a buffet and reception tomorrow
night in honor of the golden anni-
versary of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. William Weinberg, 4300 S.W.
7th St.
Beth El Card Party
The Beth El Sisterhood will
sponsor a card and games party
Sunday night at 8 o'clock at the
Dora August Memorial Hall, 5001
S.W. 17th Ave. Mrs. Milton Freed-
man is chairman of the event.
Former Miami Retreat
Worker to Address Club
Ed Herman, former employee I
of the Miami Retreat, will address
the members of the Sholem Lodge j
luncheon club today at 12:15 p.m.
at the Downtowner Restaurant, I
Seybold Building. Herman's topic
will be "Conditions at the Miami |
Retreat."
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PAGE SIX
>JfnistfkrtJtor
The Jewish Tradition And The
American Jewish Intellectual
Imisuw .: culture and I icieiice
I Is -
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for our common human need.
To many groups and many
peoples America was a lar.d of
promisebut to the Jews, in the
le of the immigrants of the
1890s. it wasand isthe Golden
I And it was a golden land
une sense in which people
the Golden Age. except, as
nally Jewish, this bliss-
-een r.ot in some re-
-.-: nt i-. a to-be-yearned-
to-be-worked-for future.
rhert is :ndeed a great affinity
certain basic Jewish In-
s ar.d convictions and our
..-:' Iding democratic process.
I note a passage in the auto-
:' the late Orthodox
J Fmkelstein, fa-
the president of the Jew-
al Seminary, who
- country from Kovr.o
m the 90*8 "America represents.";
. closer fulfillment of i
Jc rtrine of human
and the commandment to
ne'a r.eighbor than I ex-
: see on earth, short of
:' ".he Messiah H:m-
I: tialthough it is also
rr :r.t ar.d Middle At-
. '.: .-'.'. stern, as ex-
err.pl D John Dewey. Walt
and Abraham Lincoln
: think I human life and hum-
inseparably intertwined i?**
Jewish-but it tf also & *
thought most congt^
American climate-to aceep,
permanent separation of ZthT
retical ar.d the practical" of T
dream and of the reality AnS
it is Jewish-though not'Z
Jewish-to think of society 1
made for man. and the abundance
of earth for .-:= use anj
the injunctions of the SjhT*
made out for rnai guidtaeT-S
needs. And it ..- .: .- --. "a
at the hear- JgJ
aemocratic vision, too;0','.'.!?
of the congregation and the*
ciety as not being divided
elite ana the masses the nru*
and the laity j -.J*
rank-ar.d-fik ,.- a.d T
man; but to think t each pe'ram
as r.eing his own master am Z
own man. And it Jewish-^
very American .r. the best sense
to have vei j aaj !r.-e^
commitments to one's seL' nd
one's own kii it the sar-e
time to have tl pest tiesaad
bonds with mar. universal and
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* k-nisMoridttan
pioneer Women
Hold Bazaar
Vice Mayor Maurice Klein, as-
Jidin a ribbon cutting cere-
mony* hat officially opened the
ffler Miami Council of Pio-
r Women's four-day bazaar
Slid at the Million Dollar Pier
hre0'm Saturday, April 2, through
Tuesday, April 5. The ceremony
took place at the opening dance
which attracted a huge crowd.
Ruddv Walker, popular enter-
tainer, 'acted as master of.cere-
monies at the affair City off.c.als
Srticipating in the program
Kre: City Manager Kenneth
TKnmnson Councilmen Herb
?S. D Lee, Powell and Harold
Turk and Klein.
Mis Lena Mintzes, bazaar
rhiirman. thanked the Miami
Beach Council in behalf of the
Pioneer Women for its coopera-
tion in permitting the use of the
Dier Mrs. Rosemary Kaplan,
president of the Pioneer Women
Council and Mrs. Clara Leff, na-
tional chairman of the Jewish
National Fund for the Pioneer
Women, gave greetings to the
bazaar workers and dance guests.
Entertainment was furnished
bv Marie -Butch" Austin^ well-
known songstress of night club
and movie fame and Marty Kline,
card trick artist. Basha Tepper,
voung majorette, gave a baton
twirling salute to Israel when the
colors were advanced. Music was
furnished by James J. Christie's
orchestra through the courtesy of
Councilmen Burbridge and
Powell.
Mrs. Joseph Bloch, of Kadimah
chapter of the Pioneer Women,
was chairman of the dance.
Auxiliary Board Meets
A board meeting of the Free
Sons of Israel, Louis D. Brandeis
Auxiliary No. 199 met last night
at the home of Mrs. Sam Gordon,
3895 N.W. 4th Terr. Plans for the
coming year were discussed.
PAGE SEVEN
Kadimah Games Nite
A post-Passover games night
was held by the Kadimah Club
last night at the Sagamore Hotel,
1671 Collins Ave., Miami Beach.
A brief business meeting preced-
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Miami are (L to r.) Carol Sander, daughter of Council Member
Mrs. Fred Sander; Mrs. Lena Mintzes, chairman of the bazaar;
Mrs. Clara Leff. national chairman of the JNF of Pioneer Women;
Mrs. Rosemary Kaplan, president of the council; Maurice Klein,
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24, in the beautiful Colonnades
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new State of Israel.
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Edna Adler Becomes
Mrs. Max Bachelis
David Adler announces the
marriage of his daughter, Edna,
to Max Bachelis, which took place
on Tuesday evening, April 12, at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Maur-
ice Malmuth, 8926 Dickens Ave.,
Miami Beach, with Rabbi Colman
A. Zwitman officiating.
The bride, formerly of Spring-
field, Mass., has been a resident
of Miami Beach for the past ten
years. She wore a yellow suit,
with a corsage of brown orchids,
and brown accessories.
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Malmuth
were best man and matron of
honor and Mrs. Ethel L. Rothlein
was co-hostess.
The couple will make their
home in Los Angeles, Calif.,
where Mr. Bachelis is in the fur
business.
Marilyn Eisenstat
Betrothal Revealed
The engagement of Marilyn
Eisenstat to Bert Sager has been
announced by her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Eisenstat, 1307 Eu-
clid Ave.. Miami Beach.
The bride-elect is a student at
the University of Miami where
she is a member and past secre-
tary of Iota Pi sororitv. She will
P.F.C. Arnold Ra.vin
Rites for P.F.C. Raxin Held
At Arlington Cemetery
Repatriation services for the
late P.F.C. Arnold Raxin, U.S.M.
C:R.. son of Mrs. Anna Raxin,
123 N.E, 50th St., were held at
Arlington Cemetery, Fort Meyer,
graduate in June, the month shelVa.. April 7.
has selected for the wedding. PFC
Mr. Sager, the son of Mrs. Olga 'n, :_',,._
Kupferman. 4323 Indian Creek l
Dr., Miami Beach, is a local at-
torney. He served three years in
the Army.
Workmen's Circle
To Hold .till Seder
The Workmen's Circle, Branch
692, Miami Beach, and its Wom-
en's Club are celebrating the 7th
Raxin was killed on
Ryukyu Islands, on
June 16. 1945, as a result of
wounds received during one of
the fiercest battles of the Okin-
awa campaign.
A graduate of Miami Edison
High School. Raxin enlisted in
the Marines in August. 1942. when
he was 17 years old. He was sent
overseas not long afterwards with
the Fourth Division and later
joined the Sixth Division. He
SHV&^r a? tb1111^ SSd an Sam, an^ p^ipat^
ami Beach Saipan. Quian and Guam. He was
tv, Mam uBji, .^-.h.j posthumouslv awarded the Order
bv^heS FffttJHtfKl? Purple Heart, th, Agatic-
the writers C. H. Nowaek and S 5JSSS Cp?EE "tStfJ"!
iovm,mi,0on.^.,i1^ 'Wwl Citation awarded at
Levin, will be sung and recited by
Cantor Samuel Kelemer, musical
director of Temple Beth Sholom,
with the participation of all
present.
Honor guest will be Leon Gruz-
man, representative of the World
Congress for Jewish Culture, who
is touring the Southern States and
who will spend ten days here.
Senor Gruzman is editor of the
literary magazine "Der Spigel."
published weekly in Buenos Aires.
Argentina,
A traditional Seder dinner will
be prepared by the Women's Club
and the proceeds from this affair
will go toward the adoption of
two displaced orphans.
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Guam, the Victory Medal and the
Distinguished Service Medal.
Chaplain Henry Tarel of the
Office of Chaplains, Washington.
D. C., officiated at the services.
Of the sixteen reburials at Arling-
ton on April 7, Raxin's was the
only Jewish service, He was
buried beside the men with whom
he fell in battle.
Raxin's sister, Mrs. Josephine
Raxin Adler, attended the serv-
ices. While in Washington, she
was the guesi of Mrs, Judith S.
Hamel. president of the District
of Columbia Ladies Auxiliary of
the Jewish War Veterans; E. J.
London, area supervisor of the
National Jewish Welfare Board;
Mrs. George G. Cohen, national
service officer of the JWV.
Cerebral Palsy Clinic
Slated For April 27, 28
The Dade Countv Society for
Crippled Children "will hold its
first cerebral palsy clinic at the
Roosevelt School Wednesday and
Thursday. April 27 and 28.'
Dr. Harriett Gillette, medical
director of Aidmor, a convales-
cent hospital for crippled children
in Atlanta, Ga., and cerebral
palsy specialist and consultant,
will examine between 35 and 40
children afflicted with the dis-
ease.
This service is being defrayed
by the sale of Easter seals. The
seal campaign has been extended
indefinitely.
A cerebral palsy forum for par-
ents will be held Wednesday.
April 27, at 8 p.m. at Roosevelt
School.
Personally Speaking.,
Tordon Matlin. son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving J. Matlin, 3116
S W 5th St., spent the spring holidays with his parents Jordon.
who is a sophomore pre-med student at Tulane University. New
Orleans. La!, was accompanied here by two classmates. Donald
Katz and Marvin Gluckstern of New York.
* *
Leon S. Glaser, author of "The Moral Is Perished." "From
Moscow to Jerusalem" and "War in Europe," is a guest at the
Blackstone Hotel, Miami Beach.
* *
On their first vacation in Miami Beach are Dr. and Mrs.
Irwin J. Cohen, who are stopping at the Delano Hotel for ten
days. Dr. Cohen is chief of professional services at the U. S.
Veterans Hospital in the Bronx.
* *
Mrs. Sidney L. Lewis of Coral Gables, Sixth Province di-
rector of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority, and Mrs. Samuel Cohen.
Cleveland, Ohio, national president of the sorority, were honored
on Tuesday at a dinner given by Dean and Mrs. Joseph Weil
at their home in Gainesville. Dean Weil is head of the College
of Engineering at the University of Florida. Among the guests
were J. Hillis Miller, president of the university, Mrs. Miller,
John S. Allen, vice president of the university, Mrs. Allen and
other officials of the school.
* *
Louis Wolfson. son of Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Wolfson. 4517
Meridian Ave., Miami Beach, recently appeared in a play
presented by the Spanish Club of Grinnell College, Grinnel,
Iowa. Wolfson is a graduate of the Oxford Academy, Atlantic
City, N. J.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Hiller Kaufman, 331 West 28th St., Miami
Beach, entertained at a Seder at their home last week. Guests
included Mr. and Mrs. J. Rosen, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Belanoff,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Oxman of Philadelphia, Mrs. Clara Segal, her
sister and a guest from England, Miss Diana Quinn. Mrs. Segal
entertained the guests with songs. She accompanied herself on
the guitar.
*
Isaac Gordon, son of Mrs. E. Gordon, 1021 N.W. 1st St.. is
here from Philadelphia for the Passover holidays.
+ *
Cantor Irving H. Raab, New York, who sang at several
synagogues in this area last year, is visiting his brother. Rabbi
David Raab of Temple Isaiah. Cantor Raab will remain here
several weeks.
*
The silver wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Geltner, 1784 S.W. 5th St., was celebrated at a party Monday
afternoon at the Dora August Memorial Hall, 500 S.W. 17th Ave.
Members of the Beth El Sisterhood and friends were present.
* *
Mrs. Albert Weinberg and her niece, Marian Schwartz,
3174 Elizabeth St., Coconut Grove; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gold and
son, Murray, 3670 S.W. 26th St.; Mrs. Morris Chazanof, 3191
Day Ave., Coconut Grove; Mrs. Louis Leibovits, 2163 N.W. 62nd
St. left this week for West New York, N. J., where they will be
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Freedman. While there the
Miamians will attend the wedding of Aaron Freedman to Joyce
Megibow which will take place at the Jewish Community
Center in Union City, N. J., Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Sohmer, Forest Hills, N. Y., son-in-law
and daughter of Paul Raff, who have been at the Cadillac
Hotel, Miami Beach, for the past two months, recently returned
North. While here, the Sohmers attended the unveiling of the
monument to the memory of the late Mrs. Elizabeth Raff, Mrs.
Sohmer's mother.
* *
Paul Raff, 1261 S.W. 5th St.. left last week for Charlotte,
N. C, to spend the Passover holidays with his son and his family
before going to New York for an extended vacation at Lonq
Beach.
Mrs. Levinson To Fete
Sisterhood Officers
Mrs, David Levinson. 2900
Flamingo Drive. Miami Beach,
will entertain the officers and
board of directors of the Sister-
hood of Temple Beth Sholom at
luncheon at her home today, ac-
cording to an announcement by
Mrs. Louis J. Krenskv. Sisterhood
president. Plans for the annual
election meetingof the Sisterhood
to be held on April 26 in Temple
Beth Sholom patio, will be com-
pleted at this luncheon
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Ruth Margaretten To
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Plans for a .summor WertHi
are being made by Ruth t! ln*
Margaretten. whose^ enBIfnore
to Lewis Morley LcvioW gement
Mr. and Mrs, Albert LeviekV,'
Malaga Ave., Coral Gab & E
been announced by her ?
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel 'i
ten, 2276 S.W. 18th StM "*
The bride-elect is a pnw,,..
Miami Beach High 'fiftj
is now a junior at the UnLZ
of Miami, where she is 2y
in education. She is a mSffiS
A member of p. Lambda no
fraternity, Mr. Levick .S a!
schools in Pittsburgh 3"??
University of Miami ,he
Betrothal Made Known
The betrothal of Lois Schney-
raft daughter of Mr. and M s
David Schncyeroff, Chicago t
Herbert H. Hirsch, son Slid
Hirsch, New York, was announJe
at a recent dinner party at th
National Hotel. Miami Beach
Miss Schneyeroff and her fiance
are students at the University of
Miami. Mr. Hirsch was in the
armed forces for three years and
attended City College of New
York before enrolling at the uni-
versity.
The wedding will take place
in Chicago June 26.
Rabbi Lehrman To Speak
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will be
guest speaker at the Spinoza
Outdoor Forum, 124 11th St., Mi-
ami Beach, tomorrow afternoon
at 3:30. The rabbi"s topic will be
"A Pattern for Life." Dr. Abra-
ham Wolfson will preside.
The last session of the forum
for this season will be held Sat-
urday afternoon, April 30, when
Dr. Wolfson lectures on "The
Philosophy of Spinoza."
Workers Alliance
Hold 3rd Seder
The Bialik Branch of the Jew-
ish National Workers' Alliance
held its annual third Seder Sat-
urday, April 16. at the Beach Y.
Nathan Bookspan was the
toastmaster at the affair, and
Rabbi Leon Kronish was the
principal speaker, A. M. Dorffled
the musical portion of the pro-
gram.
Others who participated in the
program, which was written and
conducted by Aaron Liebman,
were Liebman, Seitlin, Cutler,
Feinstein, Tarr, Goldin, Shubow,
Gerbert, Krantz and Pekular,
Maieroff, Miminburg. Halpenn,
Smith and Doreshinsky.
Cantor Samuel Kelemer con-
cluded the evening with rendi-
tions of Palestinian songs.
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LiSac Unit
Ws Officers
r! navid Rifas was named
lMrLn? o the Miami chapter
h'eNtional Children's Card.ac
lome at a recent meeting of the
Inthcr officers who will serve
IgnSrs. Rifas are. vice presi-
Eu Mrs. Leon Freed, Mrs. Jean
Kin Mrs. Harold Spahn and
E Sal Ramagli; corresponding
Eretary Mrs. Leo Sobel; record-
r Irrptarv Mrs. Herman Wep-
fe *Usurer, Mrs. Henry Ros
fearten: financial secretary,
K Bella Jacobson.
[Rnard members include the
Ernes William Groner J.
K? Belle Rosenblum Jess
Pr Samuel Tunick, George
fe itSHarold Cohen, Phillip
EXr Herman Wronker, Mnlon
tS Harry Ghertner, Duee
EhMrts Theodore Firestone,
fcm Goldman. Sam Weissel,
Kv Radin. J, G. Kauffman Ed-
Urd Klein, Morris Malmud, Jean
leHman. Sylvia Cohen, Carolyn
Eden. Henry Green and Rose
hvoskin.
Ifiuest speaker at the meeting
Las Jovcc Voelkers, fashion edi-
Cr of the Miami Daily News,
Eo discussed "What the Miami
tomen Should Wear" and ans-
wered questions on style piob-
f Mrs. George Wolpert, chairman,
Ls announced that the mstalla-
lon luncheon will take place on
Tuesday, May 17. in the Biscayne
loom of the Colombus Hotel
Highlight of the afternoon will he
[fashion show presented by the
Patricia Vance School of Model-
ne Subscriptions may be ch-
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RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W.
12th Are. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Berele Kelemer.
.Services Friday evening at 6:30
Saturday morning at 9 a.m. Rabbi
April will speak on "Aaron's
Tragedy." Ml.shna at 5:30 p.m fol-
lowed by Mlncha and Shalos Seudos.
The Rabbi 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. Dally services at 7:30 a.m.
and G:15 p.m.
Congregation Beth El (Ortho-
dox), 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi
Murray Grauer. Cantor Milton
Friedman.
Friday evening services. 6:30 Sabbath
morning service at 9:00 a.m. Rabbi
Grauer will preach on "The Portion
of the Week." Student's servl-es at
10 a.m. Saturday supervised by Ber-
nard W. Klmmel of the Religious
school staff. Mlncha at 6:00 p.m. Fol-
lowed by Shalos Seudos. Sunday
school at 10 a.m. Dally religious school
from 3:30 to 6 p.m. Dally services 8
a.m. and 6 p.m.
United Jewish Schools. North
Campus, University of Miami.
Sunday School at 10 a.m. Daddies
Club at 10 a.m. Hebrew school Monday
and Tuesday from 2:45 to 6:00 p.m.
Temple Emanu-El (Reform),
1801 S. Andrews Ave., Fort Laud-
erdale. Dr. Marius Ranson. Rabbi.
Friday evening services at 8:15.
Rabbi Ranson will preach 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.
Jewish Community Center
(Conservative). 2020 Polk St.
Hollywood. Rabbi Max Kaufman.
Friday evening service at 8:15 p.m.
Rabbi Max Kaufman, assisted by the
choir, will conduct the service and
speak. An Oneg Sh.ibbat will follow
the services on Friday evening. Sat-
urday services at 10 a.m. Klddush
after the morning services. Sunday
school at 10:30. Hebrew school Mon-

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Coral Gables Jewish Center
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Services discontinued until the fall
Religious Congregation. 3681
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Friday evening services at 6 Satur-
day morning services at 9. Mlncha at
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Friday evening services at 6:15 p.m.
Saturday morning services at 9 a.m.
Mlncha at 5 p.m. followed by Shalos
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Rabbi Emeritus.
Sabbath evening services Fildav at
S:15.
Temple Beth Sholom (Liberal),
4144 Chase Ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor
Samuel Kelemer.
Friday evening service at B:16. Rab-
bi Kronish Will conduct the service
and speak. Sabbath service 10:46
a.m. Children's birthday blessing. Sun-
day school at 9:15 for children from
t'/i to 15. Hebrew classes week-days
from 3:15 for children 7J4 to 14.
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center (Conservative). 1701
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor
Jacob Y. Goldring.
Kabbalas Shabbos service at 5:30
p.m. Late Friday evening service at
S:15. Rabbi lehrman will discuss "Our
Eternal Quest." Sabbath morning serv-
ice at 9 o'clock. Bar Mltzvah of Leslie,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gold.
Junior Congregation at 9:30. Youth
breakfast service at 10 a.m Sunday
In the Center patio. Hebrew school
Monday through Thursday 3:30 to
6:30. Sunday school 10 o'clock to noon
I'n --kindergarten school Monday
through Friday 9 a.m. to 12.
Congregation Beth Tfilah (Or-
thodox), 935 Euclid Ave., Miami
Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovsky.
Friday evening service at 6:30 p.m.
Saturday morning at 8:30 Rabbi
Rackovsky will officiate and speak on
"Time Will Tell.'' At 6:00 p.m.
Rabbi Rackovsky will read the Por-
tion of the Week. Mlncha at 5:30
followed by Shalos Seudos and a pro-
gram of Hebrew songs and zmlros.
Dally services at 7:30 a.m. Class in
Mlshna will be addressed by the Rabbi
Services at :15 p.m. followed by a
class in Jewish laws and customs,
Maarlv follows at 6:15.
Congregation Beth Jacob (Or-
thodox), 301-311 Washington Ave.,
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff.
Regular Sabbath service at 8:30 a.m.
Minc-h.i at 6:15 followed by Shalos
Seudos. Rabbi Mescheloff will spoak
on the Portion of the Week. Sunday
school at 9:30 a.m. Dally school from
3:30 to 6:30. ,m
Congregation Beth David (Con-
servative). 135 N.W. Third Aye.
Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice
Mamches. _
Late Friday evening services at 8:16.
Rabbi Shapiro nnd Cantor Mamches
will officiate. Saturday morning; ait 9
a m. Rabbi Shapiro will speak. Sunday
school 10 a.m. Adult discussion group
In synagogue every Suntoymoralng
from 10:15 to 11:15 led by Rabbi
^Temple Isaiah (Reform). 1065
Dade Blvd.. Miami Beach. Rabbi
David Raab.
Friday evening services at 8:15.
Rabbi Raab will conduct the Service
and preach the sermon on the subject.
"Reform JudaismV.hat Ml a.
Corinne Coodman will be soloist. A
reception will follow the services and
the public Is Invited to attend. Mrs
I B Keys, hospitality chairman. ill
iu> in charge. Flowers will be pre-
sent'", by Mrs. Fannie Moskowlte. Re-
ligious school Sunday at 10 a.m.
Temple Israel To
Sell Windows
The Memorial Window Com-
mittee of Temple Israel has an-
nounced that it is now ready to
sell memorials in the new
stained-glass windows being in-
stalled in the temple.
For information, call any of
the following members of the
committee: B. W. Slote, chair-
man, 7-0404; Leo Ackerman,
2-3151; Harry Boyell, 5-5868;
Donald LaVigne, 2-1920; Dr.
Frank Coret, 2-1215; J. Gerald
Lewis, 82-7808; Max Orovitz,
5-0473; Jules Pearlman, 9-3607;
Monte Selig, 5-7566; Herman
Wall, 82-1541; Adolph Wertheim-
er, 2-3068; Rabbi Zwitman,
58-4793.
EUGENE J. WEISS
M. B. GARRIS
Consulting Engineers
PHONE 48-9876
Now Located at
622 S. W. 27th Ave.
Well known Miami Beach C.P.A.,
says: My clients demand and re-
ceive prompt and efficient service
from my organization. I, in turn,
demand and receive the same ex-
cellent service when I travel
through FARR, my travel agent,
at all times.
FARR "Your Travel Agent"
o$Uo
his violin his orchestra
Limited engagements now accepted. Phones 89-1805, 2-4366

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Mrs. Silver*! To Head WomoiTs
I' nil irnsii ll'rif li
Mrs Mark Sih been
elected president of the North
Shore Women's Chapter of B'nai
B'rith. Charles R. Jacobson t
B*nai B'rith Council, announced
Elected to serve as first, set and
and third vice presidents
the Mesdarr.es Maloolrr. First.
David Schiffman and Selnui Le-
ban. Other officers are treasurer
Mrs. Louis Sherman; recording
secretary. Mrs. V. h In Ri( i
financial secretary, Mrs Hal
Evans: rorresj nding secr< tary
Mrs. He: ben C0ht::: m.
Mrs. Stanley Phillips ..
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO VAKE
APOl. CATION FOR FINAL
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LEGAL NOTICES
LEGAL NOTICE
ZSE^jyV
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
, ngage in
;.., | .une Of
\ it, Parti Rel Uding Division
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reglster -aid name
with the Clark rf the Cli ill Court of
RRIS ZUCKERMAN
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the ui l> r --- I to i ug \ge in
.. .. || name of
K '. ito Partt at number 1460 N.w.
20th Street in the City of Miami.
ntei register the said
With the Clerk of the Circuit
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SANF RD i: EMERMAN
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
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t-neage in
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' RRIS BERER. Lessee
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NOTICE LNDER FICTITIOUS
NAVE LAW
NOTICE IS GIVEN that
- .- pr t ei trace ir.
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.. tntendi to r<-
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CHARLES R SEN
Owner
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ney for Applicant
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
.; to engage In
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lark of the Circuit Gjurt
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
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the lealr-.n* t-.*-ace >AM SIL\ ER
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business und.r the fictitious name of
PEOPLE'S MEAT SUPPLY: PEO-
II E'S MEAT MARKET; PEOPLES
MARKET; PEOPLE PRODUCE:
PEOPLE'S PRODUCE MARKET; at
number 2323 N B. Miami Court In
the City of Miami. Florida, Intends
rter the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
I>K< '1 I.E'S MEAT SUPPLY. INC.
By J08EPH CHAK. Treas.
GEORGE .1. TAI.1ANOKF,
Attorney for Applicant
420 Lincoln Road
l.l-S-li-22________________________________
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN" THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN A.NU
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 1233.'>4.
THOMAS E CHAMBERS. Plaintiff,
vs. RUTH IDA CHAMBERS. Ue-
fendnnt.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
RUTH IDA CHAMBERS
Box U.02.
Sheffield, Pennsylvania
You are hereby notified and ordered
to appear to Plaintiff's Bill of Com-
: In the above styled cause on
or before the 2i day of April. 1949.
otherwise the allegations therein con-
tained will be taken as confessed by
: i
DATED at Miami. Dade County.
Florida, this 24 day of March. 1949.
E H LEATHERMAN,
clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE.
Deputy Clerk.
JOSEPH W. MALEK
Solicitor for Plaintiff
1703 Congress Building
ml 32, Florida
1 23 4/1-S-15
LEGAL NOTICE
Countv. ki...-i.i.. as. S-nerlff r,t .'"I
virtue of a ceii*i ^* nfB
Issued out of the AwrJ of E**ni7.
of Dade Countv \-i0'!l^M,ft N
cause entitled a c'd?.Vln a SS
Horlda Tire p..V. TI""nPii -
Florid, o^!^^
MM6.. have .. "e'n,5 Ca"f X.
k'ood-top work
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up -Wood-.on ,1, TaCb^.p>$
lane*.us autom
1metal tabl
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light; 2metal
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN" CHANCERY, No. 1234S4
FRANK KASPSHAK. Plaintiff, vs.
ANNA KASPSHAK, Defendant.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: ANNA KASPSHAK
I Er.gert Avenue
oklyn. New York
You are hereby required to file your
; a ranee in the above-styled cause
on or before the 30 day of April. 1949:
vise the allegations of the BUI
mplalnt for Divorce In said cause
will be taken as confessed by you.
DATED at Miami. Florida' this 30
day of March. 1949.
E B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKINO.
Deputy Clerk
SAM SILVER
:tor for Plaintiff
!7"3 Conrress Building
Miami, Florida
4 l-S-15-22
Miscellaneous \"t \,lfZ Wlll>"
1-6" bench nu** get* bag:
canvas convertible covert"."!' '*
roller work table" i t5*: I-tt3
hydraulic j. ;:. -fI,~,00,11 Ubk?^
'"'k chair llW&ajJlnt
vacuum control vuwFJ******: U
2-oxygen tank> B.,C?U*'tk;
2-air tanks. 1-ifrei* ai"1 W
t-f .UAUr; 2-m,^ln Wjj2
Stail pipes. 47-80 l i ,h,lv4
and other tubes: 'b-iark!"1*, ,ul*
6large metal cabinet, t L lHa;
nets; 1-air .o.i,preBior.47!U' ^
ister; 1-addlng n^chiiT^"1 rl-
boxes with hydrauUc fe *-*
ment; 2-metal chest, wt? W-
Mtpm equl?m,? &*
able; 1-oiler; i-'i.,t"?-
machine; l-iar. lhe; '~
--metal stools-*', 8*4rch'
machine; 1file effi. }~>*V
mately 16 cartons of mi.,ufproa-
nuts bolts, gaakets and &"""
mobile pans ana acceS ,**
equipment for working on d
cleaners, paint, etc. i-ihiL1'*;
Truck Serial No 33-11'.fum d To*
Florida License No. j rfflft 1W
Information concerning thi, .',?'^
call 9-1857; ar ^fifr*
fled that I will sell the said S2e8
best bidder for cash at the SuJto
of the Dade Countv Courtho-L h
the City of Miami. Dane cSrJ'
Ida. on the 2nd day of xiav ^
between the hours of n-iwi ..;
A.M. and 2:- PM.MMdcJ*
beine- made to satisfy said tx.cZ
together With costs Inching *.',*,
maSSST l" !,ay for a-
Dated this 2fi day of March a
JIMMY SULLIVAN
Sheriff of Dade ''ounty, Honh
By: A. G, HARKNESS
Cushman & Woodard. Auvs'aiUt
710-12 Blscayne Bldg
4 l-S-15-22
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COl/RT OF THE
I'.th Jl'DICIAL CIRCCIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FU.RIDA
IN CHANCERY. No 123485.
KATHERINE RZEPIELA. Plaintiff.
vs. JoHN RZEPIELA. Defendant.
THE STATE c.F FI>ORIDA:
TO: JOHN ftZEPIELA.
5 42 Grand Avenue
Brooklyn 22, New York
You are herebv required to file your NOTICE TO APPEAR
; h-arance to Plaintiff's Bill of Com- IN THE CIRCI'IT Cc >l"RT OF THE
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCCIT cr.rRT OF m
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IX AXO
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA-
IN CHANCERY. So. 32343T
EDITH KIPRA1S, Plaintiff, vs MB,
VIN" KIPRAIS, Defsndsnt '
To KELVIN KIPRAIS
435 Ft. Washington Ave.
New York. N. Y.
You are hereby or '."red to file rt
appearance of answer to the bill ol
complaint for divorce filed agaisa
you by EDITH KIPR.VIS on or Mm
the 28 day of April, 1S49. other**
the allegations of said bill will be
taken as confessed aealnst you
DONE AND ORDERED THIS S
day of March. 19
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
'Circuit Court Seali
By R. H RICE, JR.
Deputy Clerk
GEORGE J. TAI.1ANOFF
Solicitor for Plaintiff
4/1-1-15-22
I la nt I r Dh rce in the above styled
-- on or before the 30 day of
April, 14. therwlse the allegations
of said Bill will be taken as con-
fessed by you
DATED at Miami. Florida, this 30
day of March. 1941.
E. B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court,
ircult Court Uv.iD
By WM. W STOCKINO.
Deputy Clerk.
3 Comrrrss Building
'K ..- vr< it Flag- coagri
-- st Fia., Intends to ?*i*?V. F:,:,rlda
dth the Clerk of M I--!-
I ?:-.-. cf Dade County.
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P
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NOT CE wNDER FICTITIOUS
N-tVE LAW
18 HEREBY GIVB4 that
ng to engage In
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NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
:. 4.
NA .Ml HAND. Plaintiff, vs. ED-
WARD HAND, Defendant
EDWARD HAND
Per.n MoKee Hotel
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCI'IT OP
Fl^iRIDA. IN AND Fi'R DADE
COUNTY. IN CH.XNCERT, No
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MARGARET T. I.EHRER, Plaintiff,
vs. ALBERT LEHRER, Defer.du!.
You. ALBERT I.EHRER, 154-4*
11th Avenue. Beechlrirst, Long Island,
New York, are notified to file Tf
appearance In the above cause !*
divorce on the Mh day of May, AD.
1949. otherwise decree pro UOlfHB
will be entered against you.
Dated this 5 day of April, AD-
1549.
E. B LEATHERMAN. Clert
(Circuit Court Seal) ____
By M. C. FEWE,
Deputy Clert.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney at Law
1023 Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
t 3-16-22-M
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCCIT CUL'KT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCCIT IN AND
PI IR DADE COUNTY, FLORIW-
IN CHANCERY. No 123559.
THERESA MOORE, Plaintiff,
JOHN MCKJRE. Defendant
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: JOHN MOORE
53 Tonnele Avenue
Jersey City. New Jersey
You are hereby required to file >[
appeanmce to Plaintiffs Bill of Co"
plaint for Divorce in the above-t>i
cause on or before the 2nd da
May. 1949: otherwise the allegstiow
of said Bill will be taken as w
fessed bv vou. ,, ,w. t
DATED at Miami. Florida, tnu
day of April, 1949. --bv*
(Circuit VlttDw> ^g*
Deputy Clerk-
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VHVrIiHl0PS,'^VPlalntlff- v MAR.
'A-..-HA j, R. HUDSON
' ft nth Peiry
-ry. Alabama.
ARE HEREBY ORDERED to
OUT appearance or answer to the
' omplaint for divorce filed
>wiwb>' SAR.VH HUDSON on
win'Zll"Vh* *'irtlons of said Bill
nnvr,l"",l"l.cinf"'"1 against you
Of' March.ftld949ORDERED "^ U day
E B LEATHERMAN.
,cirri, n~ -C1irk or circuit Court.
'Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING.
TURK A NEWMAN D*PUty a*rk
SAM SILVER
tt It r for Plaintiff
,7"3 Congress Building
Miami 32, Florida
4. S-15-22-29
IN CHANCERY. No.'2''p..lnt|ff,
HELEN WELLS fSS^tn^
vs. GORGE DEWEY PUFFbK. "
TO^G^ORGE DEWEY PU^ER,
Defendant
:'.4 West Fayette Street
Syracuse. New York ppt,r
You are hereby ordered to sgjj
In the above styled cause for p
OB or before April M.,19"' entered
ere* Pro Confesso will M
'tt'AXP ORDERED this ^
of March. A.D. 1949 _.tHEBMAN'.
.Circuit CourtwSe..W ggBfr
TURK A NEWMAN
430 Unctdn Road
4vl-l-15-U
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PAGE ELEVEN
kale Of Seals
To Benefit Blind
Seals from the Miami Light-
Ihouse for the Blind have been
LTvcred to residents of Greater
Miami in connection mto the an-
nual Lighthouse seal sale Hal S.
Pelton, vice president and chair-
man of the seal committee, an-
[nounced.
Purpose
of the seal sale is to
If the Lighthouse, which receives
Us entire support from the sale
of seals contributions, and mem-
berships in the organization.
The Lighthouse provides free
pve examinations, glasses and
elass eyes for needy clients, along
with a'complete training, employ-
ment and recreational program
for those who already have lost
In connection with the seal
drive open house is being held
at the Lighthouse this week when
visitors are being given the op-
portunity to see the work being
done by the blind in the main
building at 601 S.W. Eighth Ave.
and in the adjacent industrial
building.
Articles produced by the blind,
such as rubber door mats, caned
chairs, rugs, baby blankets, table
cloths and napkins are on dis-
play and may be purchased. Mrs.
Henry 0. Shaw and Mrs. George
Bava are in charge of the open
house arrangements.
Assisting Pelton with the seal
sale are the Lighthouse officers,
Dr. Baseom H. Palmer, president;
Mrs. George C Estill, vice presi-
dent; Maurice R. Harrison, treas-
urer, and Mrs. Carl F. Lambert,
secretary.
Temple Isaiah
Dedicates Scroll
When Temple Isaiah on Miami
Beach formally dedicated its new
Torah last Friday night, a unique
ceremony marked the event.
A sequence of presentations,
started by Congregational Presi-
dent Julius Jay Perlmutter, saw
the new Torah pass through the
hands of a grandfather, a father
aad a son before it finally was re-
ceived by Rabbi David Raab,
spiritual leader of the congrega-
tion.
Aaron Courshon first recieved
the scroll from Perlmutter as a
grandfather. Courshon passed it
on to Benjamin W. Tuppler, who
turned it over to his son, Milton.
Final presentation was made by
Milton to Rabbi Raab.
The Torah, hand-lettered on
parchment, was made for the
congregation in Palestine.
Shown above are the newly elected officers of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith. They are (seated 1. to
r.) Irving Saal, financial secretary; David Sluzin, treasurer; Jerome Weinkle, second vice presi-
dent; John Kronenfeld. president; Sidney Aronovitz, first vice president; Frank Jaffee, recording
secretary; (standing 1. to r.) Louis Heiman, trustee; Herbert Blume, Hillel advisor; Edward New-
man, assistant monitor; Marx Faber, monitor; Irwin Weinstein, warden; Ted Sakowitz, Hillel advis-
or; Marvin Rauzin, guardian; Sam Silver, trustee. Other officers not shown in the picture are Perry
Botwin, Hillel advisor; Bill Pallot, trustee; Milton Friedman, trustee: Alex Cohen, trustee; Burnett
Roth, trustee.
Herzl's Remains To Be
Transferred To Israel
TEL AVIV, (JTA)The re-
mains of Dr. Theodor Herzl,
founder of the modern Zionist
movement, will be transferred to
Israel this year and interred on
Mt. Carmel, according to his
wishes, Dr. A. Lauterbach, of the
World Zionist Organization, an-
nounced. Dr. Lauterbach said that
obstacles which had previously
blocked agreement on transfer-
ring the Herzl remains had now
been overcome, although many
Zionists are still insistent that the
remains should be interred in
Jerusalem. Dr. Herzl died in 1904
and is buried in Vienna.
Judges For Skit
Xight Announced
Judges for Potpourri, the an-
nual skit night sponsored bv the
Beta Theta Chapter of Phi Sigma
Sigma sorority, are Eve Tellegen,
JacTt Bell, D. R. Larson, Doris
Reno and Murray Weinger. The
event will be held in Bayfront
Park auditorium Saturday night.
Recently elected archon of Phi
Sigma Sigma was Doris Shapiro,
while Sylvia Selevan was named
vice archon. Others elected in-
clude Joan Kirschenbaum, trib-
une; Ann Rosen thai and Natalie
Friedman, pledge mother.
I. R. Goodman Speaks
"The Inside Story of America's
Contribution to Israel" was the
subject of I. R. Goodman's ad-
dress before a meeting of the
Spinoza Forum Saturday, April
16, at 3:30 p.m. Goodman, who is
chairman of the Miami Beach
Zionist Emergency Council, gave
a behind-the-scenes record of the
aid which America has given to
Israel. Dr. Abraham Wolfson pre-
sided at the meeting.
Bureau Will Send
Youth To Camp
The Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion will send a boy or girl to a
Jewish camp this summer, ac-
cording to an announcement by
A. P. Gannes, director. At the
camp, the youth will be able to
continue his Jewish education, in
addition to participating in the
regular camp activities.
The scholarship was established
by Mrs. Matilda Ratner in mem-
ory of her husband, Charles A.
Ratner.
The bureau scholarship com-
mittee this year consists of Rabbi
Murray Grauer, chairman, Mrs.
Ratner and Hyman Sootin.
Applicants must be 11 years
old or over, must have had two
years of Talmud Torah educa-
tion and must be attending a local
Hebrew School. Applications must
be sent to the Bureau of Jewish
Education, 318 Congress Bldg.,
Miami.
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TOTOA^pri^
25,747 Jews Find
Haven In March
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from Afghanistan.
Witfc the pening : -rj--;:^.
immigration te Israel, calls U
JDC :-:"- from the India refu-
gees UTgUlg >" to pi v. :
esiigration aid, 1 l ly after
nt agreed t<
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arrangenn nts tl mil*
fbght whj gan <'- lasl
Principal's Mother Dies
Sol Sugar:: n principal of the
Hebrew Academy, was called to
New York lasi week to the bc-d-
of his i ) passed
away n Fri lay. Funeral services
were held Sunday. Mr. Suganr.an
:s expected tc return to Miami
I\)GUST BROS fty,
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FASTRWEF
Dr. Jekruthie'. Gir.sb-rg head of the Yeshira University Mathe-
rr.athirs Depart.e-t plays with a spiral expressing a logarithmic
progression in the office cf Scripta Matherr.atica." the famous
mathematical quarterly puhlisfced by Yeshiva Unirersity.
The March 21s-. issue cf Life Magazine tell the fascinating story
cf Yes.-.iva s acr.ieTerr.erus in the field of mathematics and its ef-
forts to popularise its study. Scripta Mathematica is an important
outlet cf the University's Institute of Mathematics which sponsors
lectures, courses, exhibits and numerous other activities.
iFriday ening services, which
are ordinarily suspended for the
summer 1 tely after Pass-
:.:. mi Beach Jewish Certer has Jve* ~ '*- t 8:15 Rabbi Lehr-
announced that due to popular, man will discuss "Our Eternal
ad he will continue late Quest.*'
Late Friday Evening
Services Continued
Rabl 1. ag LehJ nt in : the
3each Y Will Hold
5th Annual Meeting
The fifth annual meeting of the
Miami Beach YM-YWHA will be
held May 15 at 8 p.m. at the
Beach Y. according to an an-
nouncement by Harry Zukemick.
chairman of the event.
In its first year of operation
I at its new building, the Y served
more than 4,000 people each
j week. SoT.e 35 organizations used
its facilities for meeting room
space. Some of the Y's achieve-
ments in its fii t year at the new
building were tne organization of
a nursery school, a Golden Age
club, an ar"? club, music depart-
ment and little theatre group. The
Community Concert Committee-
conducted another successful year
and a home camp played host to
some 125 children each week, ac-
cording to Zukemick.
A number of outstanding citi-
zens of the community have
agreed to serve as an honorary
committee. This committee con-
sists of the following: Samuel
Blank. Bess Glasser, Abraham
Goodman. Senator Spessard L.
Holland. Leon Kaplan. Rabbi
Leon Kronish. Rabbi rving Lehr-
Mayor Marcie Lieberman.
Max Meisel, Rabbi Moses Mc-s-
::. Stanley Myers. John
Montgomery, Max Orvitz, E. Al-
bert Palo:. Mrs. Russell T. Pan-
coast. Senator Claude Pepper,
is J. Perlmutter, Rabbi David
Raab, Joseph Rose. Jacob Sher.
William D. Singer. Miriam Sirkin,
Congressman George E. Smathers.
Alfred Store and David Whitman.
The program at the annual
meeting, concluded Mr. Zuker-
n:ck. will consist of a brief busi-
ness meeting, a program which
I will introduce all of the activities
j of the Y. The evening will be
1 concluded by dancing to Mark
! Marks' orchestra.
194T
Gables Zionists
Plan Installation
Final plans for the pubilc7n
stallation banquet to be held Z
the Coral Gables Zionist DistrS
Mav 4 at 7:30 p.m. at the Jg
Clay Hotel patio fijlg
pool were made a- a .!.
Sunday right. "*.
Officers to be installed at th,
ceremonies are Sidnev Sander,
president. Oscar Loichuk. S
vice president: Harold C. ShaoS?
second vice president: Morrw
rr.onthird vice pres.dent: Us,er
Toloff. treasurer. er
On the committee in chain of
arrangements for the aff-i,
Norman R. Lyons! & d ?
Shapiro Sam Pearlman and A?
btrt Levick. ni
Cocktail parties for banquet
guests will be held by vario
merrbers in their homes before
the banquet. c
Entertainment will be provided
by luminaries from the n:eht cluh
and theatrical world. 8 club
Judge Holt Departs For
Two-Week Tour of Israel
Circuit Judge George E Holt
left Miami Monday for a XI
week tour of the new State of
Israel. He is one 0: a group of
Americans cnosen for tr.e nvssion
by the American PI-st:ne Com-
mittee.
Approximately 50 outstanding
public officials, churchmen and
educators are making the tnp
They will report back to their
communities on conditions in the
new nation.
REFINED BUSINESS LADY
in her thirtiesgood background
Wishes to meet gentleman
in his forties
State phone number if posribU
Write H. L.
Box 2973, Miami 18
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OFFICERS
P. J. SERRALLES
President and Chairman of Board
T. A. DAVIS, Jr.
First and Executive Vice President
EDUARDO MORALES
Vice President
E. A GERARD
Vice President
J. M. GARCIA
vice President
W. C. PAYNE
Vie* President ar.d Cashier
G. D. FAHRNER
AJKttlUnt Vice President
W. E. BOYD
Assistant Cashier
C. H. McINTTRE
Cashier and Auditor
J. L. HALL
Asstitar.t Cuhler
F. P. LYONS
Assistant Cashier
DIRECTORS
P. J. SERRALLES
-a.-. ..' E-. aid as*. President
J. L. CABASSA
V.:* C:.iirr-i-
K. S. KEYES
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RESOURCES
Cash ..............................................................................S 4,107.425.01
Government Bonds .................................................... 6,103.223.10
State, County and Municipal Bonds........................ 1,127,795.32
Federal Reserve Bank Stock..................................... 30,000.00
Obligations fully Guaranteed by U. S.
Government .......................................................... 1,640,992.17
Loans and Discounts Fully Secured........................ 1,891.150.26
.-----'--------- S14.900 585.86
Business and other Unsecured Loans and
Discounts .............................................................. 1.264.137.02
Customers' LiabilityLetters of Credit.................... 110.802.53
Accruals and Other Assets........................................ 254,649.18
TOTAL RESOURCES
LIABILITIES
Deposits ............................................
Accruals ..........................................
Letters of Credit.............................................
CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
Common Stock ....................................................s 750,000.00
fi"? a T^l..................................................... 250,000.00
Undivided Profits and Reserves....................... 109,299.86
TOTAL LIABILITIES ..........
S16.530.174.59
S15.280.I80.27
29.891.93
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+Jenisii Meridian
PAGE THIRTEEN
46 Members Of Federation Committee
Have Task Of Planning For Community
~i~t~*,ish Floridian on tnc Jewish pop-
(ttax C.Gettinger assistant \uliliif Q ^ Miamj P
erecuine director f^f_ p^ emphasized the tact that
Miami
ve
ours is
Jewish F<**ion_ and the fastest growing Jewish "coni-
o/
the Community
fSSSS Committee, was invited
fn mrite the following article for
"Eation in The Jewish
pioridian.)
niH it ever occur to you that
-hen you sit down to study the
family finances, to plan Junior s
e, to decide whether you're
3f for that new car or to buy
, home you are doing on a per-
2onl plane exactly what your
nreatei Miami Jewish Federation
called upon to do every day in
the year with respect to the total
Jewish community.
In your caseit s planning for
the future. In the case of the
Jewish communityit s called
Community Planning.
The task of Community Plan-
ning is the very special assign-
ment that has been turned over
to a committee of 46 members,
representative of all the local
agencies and of the community
as a whole, and headed by Stan-
lev C Myers, who is nationally
recognized as a communal leader
and who has just been elected for
the third year in succession as
president of the parent body of
all Jewish federations throughout
the country, the Council of Jew-
ish Federations and Welfare
Funds.
Acting as secretary to this com-
mittee and carryingout its deci-
sions is Max C. Gettinger, who
was hired specifically by the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
for the job of Community Plan-
ning.
The future of our Jewish com-
munityand that means you and
your familyhinges on how well
the Community Planning Com-
mittee knows its problems, how
effectively the Federation and its
local agencies meet the challenge
of a growing population and the
kind of financial support which
the community is able and will-
ing to give, to carry out the plans
and projects of the Community
Planning Committee.
Not too long ago cities and
municipalities came into being
without planning and foresight.
The poor results can be seen in
many communities where the
streets are too narrow for com-
fort, where factories are right
next to residential areas, where
bridges are built so low that they
must be opened for every little
lorry and interfere with the land
traffic, and where the railroad
passes through the center of the
city and makes life uncomfort-
able for everyone.
In recent years these cities have
begun to plan more carefully and
to consider not only the immedi-
ate needs, but the conditions as
they should be for the next 10 and
25 years. Zoning laws have now
become the order of the day and
building permits can be obtained
only if they conform to the master
plan of the community.
All this involves planning for
the physical aspects of the com-
munity. But of equal importance,
and particularly to our Jewish
community, is planning for the
welfare needs of our people,
whether thev be cultural, recrea-
tional, religious or in the field of
Jewish education. Moreover the
social service needs of our com-
munity must be tied together so
that aged group, the indigent,
and all who require welfare serv-
ices will be properly taken care
Tlie recent articles in The Jew-
munity in the United Stateswe
now have a Jewish population of
40,000and is increasing at the
rate of 10 per cent every year.
If we were hard-headed busi-
ness people, we would take in-
ventory of our community, its re-
sources, its limitations and its
needs. Such stock-taking should
be a continuous process if our
community is to develop con-
structively and with wholesome
pattern and not merely grow as
Topsy, without plan and purpose.
When the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation was first formed,
it was primarily conceived as a
central fund-raising body which
would eliminate the many annoy-
ing and expensive separate cam-
paigns. It was felt, and these past
eleven years have confirmed this
principle, that a single Combined
Jewish Appeal would increase
substantially the fund-raising re-
sults in our community.
But this was not enough. Fed-
eration, it was argued, has an
added responsibility to the local
scene; if it had to raise money for
the programs of the "Y's", the
Bureau of Jewish Education, the
Jewish Home for the Aged and
for the other local agencies, it
should ascertain with them
whether they were meeting the
needs of the community and what
could be done about the unmet
needs. And so there came into
being the Community Planning
Committee of Federation.
One of the earliest problems
tackled by this committee was a
study of Jewish education in our
community and the subsequent
formation of the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education. A second project
was the study of the care of the
aged and the development of a
program for this group. The build-
ing needs of the Town and Beach
"Y's" came under its purview and
plans for capital fund raising be-
came crystallized as a result of
study sponsored by the Commun-
ity Planning Committee.
There are other implications to
Community Planning which we
must be ready to accept or else
face the consequences which
have befallen other communities
where agencies acted without re-
gard to community interest.
Our recent population study in-
dicated that Jewish communities
are mushrooming in many sec-
tions of Dade County, too far
from our present religious, ed-
ucational and recreational cen-
ters to use the existing facilities.
Unless we bring these sections
into the orbit of our Jewish com-
munal life, their JewishneSs will
become attenuated, or at best
such fragmentation will end in
improperly planned and wasteful
organization.
The Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion has already taken cognizance
of this problem and, with the fi-
nancial support of Federation,
promoted the formation of a He-
brew school to serve the areas of
Coral Gables, Flagler-Granada
and West Miami. Similarly, both
the Town and the Beach "Y" have
made available their professional
staffs for the outlying sections to
help them plan recreational pro-
grams.
But these are only beginnings.
The "Y's" and the Bureau rec-
ognize that they have only
scratched the surface and that it
will require considerably more
study and effort to fulfill all the
needs. Furthermore, if we should
consider the present inadequate
facilities of the "Y's" and the fact
that less than one-third of the
Jewish children of school age (be-
tween 5 and 18 years) are receiv-
ing a minimum amount of Jew-
ish education, then the problem
looms that much larger.
In the field of aged care, the
Community Planning Committee
recently had occasion to study
the problems, and plans have al-
ready been projected to remedy (
the inadequacy of the present
Jewish Home for the Aged.
There are other aspects to the
problem of aged care. There are
many old people who do not re-
quire institutional care, because
reaching a certain age does not
automatically make one a candi-
date for a home, but they may
need special services. The Jewish
Social Service Bureau is already
servicing such individuals in their
own homes, or placing them with
families. Both "Y's" have also
been carrying on extensive pro-
grams with their Golden Age,
groups, providing them with re-
creational and cultural activities.
This, too, becomes party of Com-
munity Planning so that the exist-
ing program can be extended and
coordinated.
Planning for the health needs
of our community must also be
related to what is required at the
present as well as what are the
probable needs 10 or 25 years
from now. If the hospital, for ex-
ample, is to take care of the
chronically ill, that may affect
the kind of a Home for the Aged
which should be developed.
Many more problems still re-
main. Their solution cannot al-
ways keep pace with the rapid
growth of our community; but
more often, only the concerted ef-
fort and will of the community
can bring relief. Ours is a volun-
tary association interested in the
historic ideals and common
heritage of the Jewish people.
If we are to continue to grow
and develop our culture so that
it will be indigenous to the Amer-
ican Jewish scene, we must, not
only plan for itwe must live
up to it.
Shown reading the Torah which was presented lo the Hebrew
Academy Sunday evening by Mrs. Rose Ehrenreich and her sons,
Jacob and Milton, are (1. to r.) Ephraim Mescheloff, Joseph Lauer
and Sandy Andron. More than 60 students of the academy par-
ticipated in the ceremonies.
Forum Features
Presentation Of
Ibsen's Peer Gynt
A dramatic reading of Henrik
Ibsen's "Peer Gynt," with an in-
terprotive dance as an integral
Eart of the production, was the
ighlight of the Freedom House
forum Sunday.
Mrs. Betty Chown, soloist with
Ted Shawn, was producer of the
show. Molke Reich read the fe-
male parts. Scott Griffen por-
trayed Peer Gynt.
Paula William, young Negro
artist, performed Anitra's Dance
to the Grieg music which was
specially written for "Peer
Gynt."
IIM Announces
I ml Of SOS Drive
Declaring that "the weight of
the Joint Distribution Commit-
tee's threefold task of assistance
to Europe's Jews has emphatical-
ly shifted from relief to recon-
struction and emigration," the
JDC on April 12 at a special
meeting in New York City an-
nounced the termination of its
SOS (Supplies for Overseas Sur-
vivors) Collections.
The SOS Collection, a project
of the JDC in cooperation with
17 national Jewish women's or-
ganizations and other groups,
collected more than 26 million
pounds of food, clothing and other
relief supplies for Europe's sur-
viving Jews in the past 39 months
(January 1946 to April 1949).
In a special message to the
DALLAS PARK HOTEL BLDG.
225 S.E. 1st AVE.
PHONE 3-5761
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
BARNES CAST
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262 N. E. 54th SL Ph. 7-0314
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It's a Pleasure to Extend
GREETINGS
TYCOON
TACKLE SHOP. Inc.
280 S.W. 22nd Avenue
PHONE 48-1731
~ TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
Phone 2-2206
SOUTHERN BRICK & TILE CO.
Manufacturers of
DUNBRIK & DRAIN TILE
2300 N. W. 27th Avenue
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
LOCAL AND LONG DJSTANCE MOVING
American Van & Storage, Inc.
MOVINO-PACKING-CRATING-STORAGE
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Phone 3-0625
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2125 N. W. ltt Court
Miami, Fla.
STORES-
TANNER'S
'WHERE THE BEST COSTS LESS"
1263 West Flagler Street
1753 Northeast Second Avenue
1906 Ponce de Leon Blvd.. Coral Gables
WISHES ALL ITS JEWISH PATRONS
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
meeting, held under the auspices
of the officers and executive com-
mittee of the JDC, and attended
by 200 community SOS leaders
from all parts of tne United
States, Edward M. M. Warburg,
chairman of the JDC, declared
that the generous gifts of the
American people to SOS will
make the SOS campaigns long
and well remembered in the his-
story of aid to Europe's 1,500.000
surviving Jews.
ADRIAN McCUNE
Real Estate Consultant
Pan American Bank Building
PHONE 3-7796
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
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LOUIS WEINKLK
622 15th STREET MIAMI BEACH
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
L. L. POWELL & SONS
REALTORS
1659 Lenox Avenue
Phone 5-3357
GREETINGS
LITTLE RIVER LUMBER YARD
7737 N. E. 2nd AvenuePhone 7-2404
LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL
PAINTS AND HARDWARE
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
LOGAN LUMBER COMPANY
253 N.W. 22nd Street
Phone 3-4972
HAPPY PASSOVER, TO ALL
TELEPHONE 2-7937
Dade Marbl e & Tile Company
Contractor! for
MARBLE. TILE AND TERRAZZO
1235 N.W. 4th iTREET
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FRIDAY. APRIL 22,
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LIVES OF OUR TIMES
ABRAHAM_CAHAN
'oJ.kW NORMAN and SOL NODEL
..t b, LAURA G. SMARON
Pm OF AMtRICA'5 JEWISH NEWSPAPERMEN..
BORN IN A SMALL TOWN NEAR VIINA IN I860.
HE STUDIED AT THE TEACHERS INSTITUTE IN
THAT CITY AND FOR A SHORT TIME WAS AN^
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TEACHER.
EDITOR FOR 50 YEARS Of THE JEWISH FORWARD
THE WORLD'S LARGEST YIDDISH-LANGUAGE
NEWSPAPER-HE HAS BEEN AN INFLUENTIAL
LA60R LEADER IN THE U.S. FOR MANY TEAK.
HE WAS FORCED TO FLEE TSARIST RUSSIA
WHEN HIS PARTICIPATION IN A REVOLUTIONARY
MOVEMENT WAS DISCOVERiD.HE ARRIVED IN
NEW YORK AT THE AGE OF 22.
HE TURNED TO IABOR ACTIVITIES AMONG THE
JEWISH IMMIGRANTS AND HELPED FOUND
JEWISH SOCIALIST PERIODICALS.HIS WORK
WON THE PRAISE OF SAMUEL COMPERS.
IN ADDITION TO HIS PROLIFIC JOURNALISTIC
ACTIVITY.HEISTHE AUTHOR OF SEVERAL WIDELY-
ACCLAIMED NOVELS, INCLUDING "THE RISE OF
DAVID LEVINSKY;OFTEN CALLED AN AMERICAN
CLASSIC.
HE WAS HAILED BY PRESIDENT TRUMAN
IN 19+7 AS THE OLDEST AND MOST ACTIVE
NEWSPAPER EDITOR IN THE UNITED STATES.
ALTHOUGH NOT A ZIONIST,HE HAS CONSISTENT-
LY SUPfORTEO THE REHABILITATION OF
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M'is'l To Head
Education Bureau
Max Meisel was re-elected
president of the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education at the April meet-
ing of the board of directors of
the organization.
Other officers elected include
Dr. David Andron and David
Isen, vice president; Matilda
Ratner, treasurer; Israel Shapoff.
secretary. Louis Heiman is honor-
ary president of the group.
The executive committee of the
bureau is composed of the rabbis
of affiliated schools, officers of
the bureau and the following
members: Mrs. Leon Ell. Eli Hur-
witz, Mrs. A. Mamlet, Dr. M. J.
Glick. Harry Simonhoff, Dr. M. A.
Lipkind. Hyman Sootin and Mor-
ris Jacobs.
The wearing of pendants as
jewelry is derived from the
primitive practice of wearing
wild-animal teeth, stones, or
shells around the neck with mag-
ical intent, according to the En-
cyclopaedia Britannica.
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818 Michigan Avenue
Miami Beach
Phone 5-3595
Among the former Miamians who turned out to hear Stanley C. Myers, president of the Council
of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, when he addressed the 37th annual dinner meeting and
community event of the Federation of Jewish Welfare Organisations of Los Angeles recently were
(L to r.) Mr. and Mrs. Daniel M. Broad, Isidore Goldstein, Miss Stiller, Mrs. Dave Apte, Mr. Apte.
Mrs. Harry Levine and Mr. Levine. The group met Myers at the station, escorted him to his hotel
and acted as his hosts during his stay in Los Angeles.
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Kout Is Hoad
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Corporation
Hylan H. Kout was named
president of the Jewish War Vet-
erans National Convention Cor-
poration at a recent meeting of
Miami Beach Post 330 of the
JWV. The corporation will have
charge of arranging the details
for the organization's national
conclave which will be held in
Miami Beach from October 19th
through the 24th.
Other officers of the corpora-
tion are Maurice Klein, vice
president; Saul von Zamft. sec-
retary; Abe Robinson, treasurer;
Arthur Selevan and Harry Cohn,
directors. Mayor Marcie Liber-
man was elected honorary presi-
dent.
Red Cross Campaign
Passes $215,000 Mark
"The 1949 Red Cross fund cam-
paign reports in excess of $215.-
000 toward its $302,200 goal," H.
H. Hyman, fund chairman, re-
cently announced. "This is, of
course, still almost $100,000 short
of our quota, but volunteers are
still out soliciting and we ex-
pect to go over the goal for the
dade County Red Cross," he con-
tinued.
The Red Cross campaign is still
going on with new reports which
increase the total at an average
of $3,000 daily. Volunteers in all
divisions are still soliciting in
business houses and in the resi-
dential areas.
Marvin H. Gillman To
Become Bar Mitzvah
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gillman.
427 N.E. 26th St., announce that
the Bar Mitzvah of their son,
Marvin Howard, will take place
Sunday, April 30, at 11 a.m. at
Temple Israel.
A reception will follow the
ceremonies. Relatives and friends
are invited to attend.
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Ray Redman To Attend
Exposition In Chicago
Ray Redman of Ray Redman &
Associates, public relations coun-
sellors, 1230 Lincoln Rd., planed
to Chicago Saturday where he
will participate in the, 11th In-
ternational Travel Exposition be-
ing held at the Stevens Hotel,
Chicago, April 19th through the
24th.
Redman will fly to New York
from Chicago to arrange final de-
tails for the "Mrs. America" con-
test for Florida before returning
about May 1.
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pmav. APRIL 22, 1949
*Jeisli mhrSdlgan
PAGE FIFTEEN
Ten Scholarships To Brandeis Camps To
Be Awarded To Miami Youth Leaders
The
youth
vear.
Greater Miami Zionistcamps, and a special institute for
Commission, under the music and dance will be con-
ducted at Santa Susana, Calif, for
a period of seven weeks.
Applications may be obtained
by writing to the Zionist Youth
Commission, 235 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach or calling 58-4643.
Z~e*Jtif%
has
m'n,,alXDs to Brandeis Camp
gSSrSn be..awardecl_ this
The committee in charge
ouarciing these scholarships
Eludes Rabbi Leon Kronish,
'l-man Charles J. Amdur,
S'Blumberg A. P. Cannes,
Rr Abraham Goodman, Gus
Jcobson. Mrs. H. C. Moser Mrs.
jandon Schwarz. Dr. M. Miche -
son, H. Pomcrantz and Mrs. Mi-
riB??feisnCamps are conducted
each vear for people between the
fees of 18 and 25 for the purpose
0f stimulating their interest in
the Jewish people, history and
immunity and equipping them
vith a background of Jewish his-
tory, folk-dancing and singing.
The program at the three
Brandeis Camps in Winterdale,
Pa Hendersonville, N. C, and
Santa Susana, Calif., is so ar-
ranged as to allow ample oppor-
tunities for study, work and re-
creation. Courses are given in:
Jewish Life and Problems on the
American Scene;-Problems Fac-
ing World Jewry; History, Theory
and Practice of Zionism; Achieve-
ments and Problems of Jewish
Palestine; Principles of Group
Work, Two hours daily are de-
voted to group singing and folk
dancing. There are lectures, dis-
cussions, seminars, preparation of
papers and programs as well as
workshops for groups interested
in arts and crafts, leadership
techniques and programming.
Apart from the systematic courses
which will be conducted by a per-
manent staff of competent in-
structors, the institute will have a
number of visiting lecturers, each
outstanding in his field, who
will discuss subjects" of interest.
Evenings are devoted to a social
program, including singing, danc-
ing, dramatics, camp-fire. This is
planned by the campers them-
selves, with the assistance of the
staff. A well-equipped reference
library is at the disposal of the
members of Brandeis Camp In-
stitute.
All young Jewish people be-
tween the ages of 18 and 25 are
qualified to apply for entrance
into Brandeis Camp Institute
which conducts three camps in
the United States, the first and
oldest in Winterdale, Pa.; the
Clinic Dedication
Slated For Sunday
Miami will be provided with
the latest weapons against cancer
Sunday when the Dade County
Cancer Institute is formally de-
dicated.
The new building which is ad-
jacent to Jackson Memorial Hos-
pital, will operate as a detection
clinic. A diagnostic and treat-
ment clinic will be added later
and ultimate plans call for a com-
plete cancer hospital.
The $300,000 building will be
open to the public during the en-
tire day. Members of the board
of the institute and nurses from
Jackson will serve as guides on
tours of the building.
The Dade County Cancer In-
stitute and the American Cancer
Society are conducting a mem-
bership drive for $97,450.
Oscar Miller, chairman of the
drive, urged all persons in Dade
County to visit the building and
see personally the facilities for
the fight against cancer.
Stating that cancer kills 3,000
residents of Florida each year,
Miller said, "The campaign is a
dedicated effort to educate the
people of Dade County to the
danger of the disease and the im-
portance of regular examinations
and early detection. Discovery of
the disease in the early stages is
the surest means of control."
The institute will help carry on
the research program under way
at the University of Miami, the
University of Florida and the
Veterans Administration.
The University of Miami will
provide five professors in Patho-
logy, Bacteriology, Pharmacology
and Physiclogy, Biochemistry and
Anatomy. The Veterans Adminis-
tration is to supply basic labora-
tories. With the aid of the Damon
Runyon Cancer Fund, the uni-
versity will maintain and staff
one of the finest breeding colonies
in the country. The university has
second in Santa Susana, Calif, provided the housing in an air-
and the third, to be conducted conditioned, fireproof building
tor the first time this year, at
Hendersonville, N. C. Brandeis
Sen. Popper To
Speak At 31V.mIi
I'nil Installation
A capacity crowd is expected
to hear Senator Claude Pepper
when he speaks at the installation
banquet of the Miami Beach
Lodgeof B'nai B'rith to be held
Sunday evening at 6:30 at the
Saxony Hotel.
The new officers will be in-
stalled by Milton A. Friedman,
president of the Florida Federa-
tion of B'nai B'rith Lodges.
George J. Talianoff is chairman
of the affair and reservations may
be made by calling 5-2435.
Emma Lazarus Unit
To Give Party May 1
The Emma Lazarus Chapter.
Business and Professional Women
of B'nai B'rith, will hold its an-
nual party for paid-up members
Sunday, May 1, at 8 p.m. in the
penthouse of the Atlantis Hotel,
according to an announcement
by Dorothy Rader, membership
chairman. Connee Kahn is in
charge of the buffet table anc
Bea Kalstein will handle the
music arrangements.
Collins Trcfrisport & Terminal Corp.
Is Happy to Offer You Unlimited Space
For Wareousing and Storage
Rail Sidings Pool Car Distribution
Phone 3-0789, Pier I, Bldq. 8, Municipal Docks
where scientists may have access
to ^every known type of experi-
mentally transmissable tumor.
Every strain of experimental ani-
mal will be bred. There will thus
be available a complete workshop
for research workers.
The researchers are carrying on
basic studies to search for new
substances that may have some
effect upon cancer, as well as re-
vealing the course of the disease.
The University of Florida has
initiated a program of cancer re-
search in which physicists and
chemists are emphasizing the use
of radioactive substances.
Camps, which are under the na-
tional directorship of Dr. Shlomo
Bardin, formerly director of the
American Zionist Youth Com-
mission, are conducted for ses-
sions of two and four weeks dur-
ing July and August in all three
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FRfoAY, Apfffl.it
Original Skit To
Highlight Mooting
An original skit, "The Presi-
dent's Dilemma."' by Mrs. Err.a-
nuel Goldstrich will highlight the
annual election meeting of the
Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Sholom Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. in
the Temple patio, according to an
announcement by Mrs. Louis J.
Krensky, president.
Participating in the skit will b-?
the Mesdarr.es Justin Bauiiian,
Morry Morris, Alan Herror.. C
ter Krone. Emanuel Goldstrich.
Ban Waller, Arthur Burrell ar.d
Helen Stern.
The following slate of off.
will be submitted for election:
President. Mrs. Alexander Roc-
ins: vice presidents. Mrs. Bessie
Nelson. Mrs. William Farr, Mrs.
Edward Mencher: recording i
retary. Mrs. William Bernstein;
corresponding secretary. Mrs
David Levinson; financial secre-
tary, Mrs. Murray Reckson; treas-
urer, Mrs. E. Allen Becker; chap-
lain. Mrs. Leon Kronisr.; board
members to fill one-year va-
cancies, the Mesdarr.es Mlltcn
Braunsteir.. Arthur Elsr.er, S. A.
Goodman, Alan Herron. Louu
Stoff. Ben Wolff; board memoers
to complete term of one year,
Mesdames Joseph Arkin. Ca:r.:lk
Baum. Emanuel Goldstrich. Al-
fred M. Mamlet. Irving Marcus.
Murray Maurer. Irving Roth:/.
Simon Wolff and Abraham Zin-
namor.: board members to fill
two-year term, the Mesdames Jos-
eph Chutkow, Arthur England.
Joseph Fenias. Gilbert Goldman.
I. C. Greenberg. Hyman S. Kap-
lan, Samuel Kelerr.er. Ha::y
Kohn. Jack Lawson. Nornun
Russ. Benjamin Seidler, Fred
Sorr.erstem. Alex Straus. Jack
Udell and Bert Whitman.
UJA HEIW THEM MARK PASSOVER IN ISRAEl
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NOTICE UNDER F1CTIT1OLS
NAME LAW
N. .TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I I
busim : the flctlt I8
Laundry and rs at
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NOTICE TO APPEAR
IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OP
ELEVENTH J [CIAL IR
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UNTY IN CHANCER1 N
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SAMUEL FREEMAN I InUff, v
CATHERINE FREEMAN 1 (
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CATHERINE FREEMAN
II Ea it SSth Street
New Y rk, New Y
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
file tour i
above tlon on
! -1 Jay of May, 1949 therwiee
ree Fro Confesao will .- enti
acainat :
: ted t If 15 day >f April, 1949
E. B LEATHER.1.: C
Clerk. C: ;uit
I .. Seal)
By M C FEIGE
it
Mil.TON A. FRIEDMAN
Ati :. : r Plaintl
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4 a.29 : 8-13
BILL TO DECLARE VOiD DEED
FROM ETHEL CULVER TO
NEWELL GREGORY
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORrr-A. IN AND FOR
OOl*NTY. IS CHANCERY, S
121827 A
ETHEI. I. BOOTH. I ilntiff, vs
OEOROE F CULVER, at
trator of tl '
F CULVER ar.d JIM CULVER
MRS. C. A. TANKERSLEY, a*
heirs Estate of CLEO CHARLES
CULVER. Defendants.
TO: GEORGE F. CULVER
Brunswick. Georgia
JIM CULVER
Krjnswick. Georgia
MRS C. A. TANKERSLEY
Brunswick. Georgia
YOU. GEORGE F. CULVER, JIM
CCLVER and MRS. C A. TANKERS-
LET, are hereby notified to file your
appearance in the above cause to de-
clare void a deed made by ETHEI.
CULVER to NEWELL GREGORY on
or before the lSth day of May. 1S4&.
otherwise a decree pro confesso will
be entered against you
Dated this 18th day of April, I
E B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court.
I Circuit Court S>al)
By M. C. FEIOE.
Deputy Clerk
MARION BROOKS
Solicitor for Plaintiff
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Three Yemenite Jews, among the hundreds now being trans-
ferred to Israel via "Operation Magic Carpet,'1 shown studying the
Passover Hagadah at the Hashid JewUh Refugee Camp in the
British Crown Colony of Aden shortly before they were moved
to the Jewish Stale. Their transfer to Israel by airplane was made
possible through American Jewry's S250.000.000 United Jewish
Appeal campaign, which supports the rehabilitation^SSSSS
and reconstruction programs of the Joint Distribution Committee,
United Palestine Appeal and United Service for New American*.
"Operation Magic Carpet'' is the name applied to the aerial trans-
port of Middle Eastern Jewish refugees to Israel by JDC. These
Orthodox Jews will celebrate the Passover in the Jewish Home-
land.
Mrs. Hechler Will
Lead Gables B'nai
B'rith Women
Mrs. William Hechler has been
elected to the post of president
of the Coral Gables Women's
Chapter of B'nai B'nth, it has
been announced by Charles R.
Jacobson, B'nai B'rith Council di-
rector.
Mrs. A. Frank Wellins has been
elected first vice president and
Mrs. Irving Matlin was chosen
second vice president. Other of-
ficers elected include recording
secretary, Mrs. Sam Freedman;
corresponding secretary, Mrs.
Lewis Heines: financial secretary,
Mrs. Harold Goldhagen: treasur-
er, Mrs. Herman Brenner; his-
torian, Mrs. Bernard Stone; mon-
itor, Mrs. Nathan Bloom; parli-
mentarian, Mrs. Oscar Sindell;
Hillel Council representative,
Mrs. Glazer and B'nai B'rith
Council members, Mrs. Nathan
Bloom. Mrs. William Hechler and
Mrs. Sam Schulefand. Elective
board members include the Mes-
dames M. Horowitz, Lionel Sil-
verman, A. W, HarnT~Hr"
Fisher, Joseph R0gers 7?"
Boeninger, Sol Rappaport 13*
Suss. Lawrence Simki, H S?l
stein, Dewey Klein Jack t^H
and Arnold Lewis. Tobackl
Harold S. "Spider" Grahan
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to know that he has
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County Tax Assess-
or's office and is
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Hadassah Board To Meet
The next board meeting of the
newly o:. ilized riar.na Senesch
: :-:. slated for
Monday a: 1 p.m. at the Sapphire
Room of :he Belmar HoteL Mrs
Aaron Courshon will be hostess.
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PAGE SIX >JfnistfkrtJtor The Jewish Tradition And The American Jewish Intellectual Imisuw .: culture and I icieiice I Is to si • %  for our common human need. To many groups and many peoples America was a lar.d of promise—but to the Jews, in the le of the immigrants of the 1890s. it was—and is—the Golden I And it was a golden land une sense in which people the Golden Age. except, as • nally Jewish, this bliss-een r.ot in some re-.-: nt i-. a to-be-yearnedto-be-worked-for future. rhert is :ndeed a great affinity certain basic Jewish Ins ar.d convictions and our ..-:' Iding democratic process. I note a passage in the auto:' the late Orthodox %  J Fmkelstein, fathe president of the Jewal Seminary, who country from Kovr.o m the 90*8 "America represents."; closer fulfillment of i Jc rtrine of human %  and the commandment to ne'a r.eighbor than I ex: see on earth, short of :' ".he Messiah H:mI: ti—although it is also rr :r.t ar.d Middle At. '.: .-'.'. • stern, as exerr.pl D John Dewey. Walt and Abraham Lincoln —: think I human life and huminseparably intertwined i?** Jewish-but it tf also & thought most congt^ American climate-to aceep, permanent separation of Z thT retical ar.d the practical" of T dream and of the reality A nS it is Jewish-though not'Z Jewish-to think of society 1 made for man. and the abundance of earth for .-:= use an j the injunctions of the SjhT* made out for rnai guidtaeT-S needs. And it ...: % % %  .--. a at the hearJgJ aemocratic vision, too—; 0 ','.'.!? of the congregation and the* ciety as not being divided £ elite ana the masses the nru* and the laity j -.J* rank-ar.d-fik •,.a d T man; but to think t each pe'ram as r.eing his own master am Z own man. And it Jewish-^ very American .r. the best sense —to have vei j aaj !r .e ^ commitments to one's seL' nd one's own kii it the sar-e time to have tl pest tiesaad bonds with mar. universal and humanity at la:*<7 ^ with mz.tzo^ as good as homo-made! 3 other tempting varieties .. with Rice • Noodles • Oeor HOROWITZ* MARGARETEN O condensed KOSHOt OUMi CHKKH SOUK •: %  : %  %  t i Ilk* oil Hi* ofcr HOIOWITZ Mov-o • > %  "Ofk. •0"yl :*.ion. both t 5 and [ ki • • ters and m%  t regular! 1 study of tl -. In the pages of Commem %  : I i I Jghl g fros rly 1 • lay bef „ ... j %  a its 1 mot > altogether s era and com i day J • gathering of ..11 culavailable tc -.Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS, CSX. 14 NJL 24th St. Miami 37. Fla. Phone 3-6866 Room, Board (Dietary Laws) 24 HR. EXPERT NURSING CARE 2 ACRES GROUND—ON BEACH S50.00 PER WEEK DR. SHOULSON'S 1681 Meridian A*e_ Miami Bach. 5J-0112 D=K S-Ov-LSON INVESTMENT ADVISER Z>-jcreti;=irT Accounts Handled 1 rt Market Losa— NATHAN ABRAHAM %  -"* : .•-..• %  P .O. Bex 1922 MJemi 11. Fla. Host r. %  -: -. .. %  I -; • lire again? I is that ily _-. J--:.:; L gentle phrase as 9 Dit .: The Showcase of Good Pood Tne GOVERNOR CAFETERA 1225 WASHINGTON AVE. MLA3C BEACH Ii You Desire JEWISH CUISINE Try These LUNCHEON SPECIALS SANDWICHES SMOKED SALMON CHOPPED LTVER TOMATO HERRING SOUR CREAM SPECIALS SCTR CREAM WITH COTTAGE CHEESE BOOT CREAM WITH VEGETABLES Air-Ccoditicsad Floor MIRRORS FINEST QUALITY — MADE TO ORDER IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Auto Class Installed --Furniture Tops Store Front Construction ADAMS GLASS SERVICE "If If* Glut We Hare IT 1805 PURDY AVE. M. B. PH. 58-3756 OR M316 Ask for ABE or IRVING RABINOWTTZ KOSHER and P U R E SALAMI DEMAND TRULY GREAT HI-GRADE 1733 N.W. 7th AVE. SINAI FOOD CO. PHONE 2-757tX^fL



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PAGE SIXTEEN +Je*lsHk>rkliari FRfoAY, Apfffl.it Original Skit To Highlight Mooting An original skit, "The President's Dilemma."' by Mrs. Err.anuel Goldstrich will highlight the annual election meeting of the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. in the Temple patio, according to an announcement by Mrs. Louis J. Krensky, president. Participating in the skit will b-? the Mesdarr.es Justin Bauiiian, Morry Morris, Alan Herror.. C ter Krone. Emanuel Goldstrich. Ban Waller, Arthur Burrell ar.d Helen Stern. The following slate of off. will be submitted for election: P resident. Mrs. Alexander Rocins: vice presidents. Mrs. Bessie Nelson. Mrs. William Farr, Mrs. Edward Mencher: recording i retary. Mrs. William Bernstein; corresponding secretary. Mrs David Levinson; financial secretary, Mrs. Murray Reckson; treasurer, Mrs. E. Allen Becker; chaplain. Mrs. Leon Kronisr.; board members to fill one-year vacancies, the Mesdarr.es Mlltcn Braunsteir.. Arthur Elsr.er, S. A. Goodman, Alan Herron. Louu Stoff. Ben Wolff; board memoers to complete term of one year, Mesdames Joseph Arkin. Ca:r.:lk Baum. Emanuel Goldstrich. Alfred M. Mamlet. Irving Marcus. Murray Maurer. Irving Roth:/. Simon Wolff and Abraham Zinnamor.: board members to fill two-year term, the Mesdames Joseph Chutkow, Arthur England. Joseph Fenias. Gilbert Goldman. I. C. Greenberg. Hyman S. Kaplan, Samuel Kelerr.er. Ha::y Kohn. Jack Lawson. Nornun Russ. Benjamin Seidler, Fred Sorr.erstem. Alex Straus. Jack Udell and Bert Whitman. UJA HEIW THEM MARK PASSOVER IN ISRAEl LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER F1CTIT1OLS NAME LAW N. .TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I I busim : the flctlt %  I8 Laundry and rs at 4 .N W, 2nd Avenue, Ml Intend* I reglst with thi lerk ft! lit C : nty, Floi EDWARD HARE1 g ... i >wner HARRY r :;;TZ >• %  •• %  :• %  • A;-: .. ant • --. Bl Ig i ..-%  • -:1-1 I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW N< ITICE IS I • siring" ti the flctlt I Investment Co I 71i Avei %  Mia Bea Intend I Ister said name with t CuUrt Of 1 Fl : LOUIS K.MIAN MORRIS PLATT LI Partner! SHIRLEY WOOLP Ati for Ap| 12 :. • in R 6-1 • • __-..' NOTICE TO APPEAR IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OP ELEVENTH J [CIAL IR PL* 'RIL'A. IN AXD Ft -R I UNTY — IN CHANCER1 N 12 ••%  SAMUEL FREEMAN I InUff, v CATHERINE FREEMAN 1 ( ar.t. CATHERINE FREEMAN II Ea it SSth Street New Y rk, New Y YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to file tour i above tlon on -1 Jay of May, 1949 therwiee ree Fro Confesao will .enti %  acainat :• : ted t If 15 day >f April, 1949 E. B LEATHER. 1 .: C Clerk. C: ;uit I .. %  Seal) By M C FEIGE it Mil.TON A. FRIEDMAN Ati %  :.• •: r Plaintl Se ; Building 4 a.29 : 8-13 BILL TO DECLARE VOiD DEED FROM ETHEL CULVER TO NEWELL GREGORY IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORrr-A. IN AND FOR OOl*NTY. — IS CHANCERY, S 121827 A ETHEI. I. BOOTH. I ilntiff, vs OEOROE F CULVER, at trator of tl <•HARL.ES CULVER and GEORGE F CULVER ar.d JIM CULVER MRS. C. A. TANKERSLEY, a* heirs Estate of CLEO CHARLES CULVER. Defendants. TO: GEORGE F. CULVER Brunswick. Georgia JIM CULVER Krjnswick. Georgia MRS C. A. TANKERSLEY Brunswick. Georgia YOU. GEORGE F. CULVER, JIM CCLVER and MRS. C A. TANKERSLET, are hereby notified to file your appearance in the above cause to declare void a deed made by ETHEI. CULVER to NEWELL GREGORY on or before the lSth day of May. 1S4&. otherwise a decree pro confesso will be entered against you Dated this 18th day of April, I E B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court. I Circuit Court S>al) By M. C. FEIOE. Deputy Clerk MARION BROOKS Solicitor for Plaintiff 819 Olympla Building 4,22-29 5/l-U Three Yemenite Jews, among the hundreds now being transferred to Israel via "Operation Magic Carpet,' 1 shown studying the Passover Hagadah at the Hashid JewUh Refugee Camp in the British Crown Colony of Aden shortly before they were moved to the Jewish Stale. Their transfer to Israel by airplane was made possible through American Jewry's S250.000.000 United Jewish Appeal campaign, which supports the rehabilitation ^SSSSS and reconstruction programs of the Joint Distribution Committee, United Palestine Appeal and United Service for New American*. "Operation Magic Carpet'' is the name applied to the aerial transport of Middle Eastern Jewish refugees to Israel by JDC. These Orthodox Jews will celebrate the Passover in the Jewish Homeland. Mrs. Hechler Will Lead Gables B'nai B'rith Women Mrs. William Hechler has been elected to the post of president of the Coral Gables Women's Chapter of B'nai B'nth, it has been announced by Charles R. Jacobson, B'nai B'rith Council director. Mrs. A. Frank Wellins has been elected first vice president and Mrs. Irving Matlin was chosen second vice president. Other officers elected include recording secretary, Mrs. Sam Freedman; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Lewis Heines: financial secretary, Mrs. Harold Goldhagen: treasurer, Mrs. Herman Brenner; historian, Mrs. Bernard Stone; monitor, Mrs. Nathan Bloom; parlimentarian, Mrs. Oscar Sindell; Hillel Council representative, Mrs. Glazer and B'nai B'rith Council members, Mrs. Nathan Bloom. Mrs. William Hechler and Mrs. Sam Schulefand. Elective board members include the Mesdames M. Horowitz, Lionel Silverman, A. W, HarnT~Hr" Fisher, Joseph R 0 ger s 7?" Boeninger, Sol Rappaport 13* Suss. Lawrence Simki, H S?l stein, Dewey Klein Jack T^H and Arnold L ewis. Tobac kl Harold S. "Spider" Grahan wants his fri end8 to know that he has resigned from the County Tax Assessor's office and is now an active member of the firm of— Terry Insurance Agency Inc. Room 1105, Biscayne Building 19 W. Flagler St. Ph. 3.4Q71 li: I 111 & EISENSTEHV fctUfal Phone 5-7668 309 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach SPECIALIZING IN HOTEL INVESTMENTS 14 Year* of Experience in Building Construction on Miami Beach LEO EISENSTEIN W. I. FEUEH Hadassah Board To Meet The next board meeting of the newly o:. ilized riar.na Senesch : :•-:. slated for Monday a: 1 p.m. at the Sapphire Room of :he Belmar HoteL Mrs Aaron Courshon will be hostess. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ICE [Si [VEX thai ndersli %  • .•• • li • • :' tltious i ame i ( Inc.. d ::ig bu.-: as D.i at .•'-'. N. W. 2nd Ave.'.:.. %  r Intend to reglator I n imi with the Clerk .'. thCirinty, Florida. 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ihd^viislbJEIIipjpidliiaun i7fflwT2 2TNUMBER 16 Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and T HE JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1949 PRICE TEN CENTS Ben Gurion Tells Knesseth He Will Quit Cabinet Post When Peace Is Established TEL AVIV, (JTA)—Premier David Ben Gurion this week told session of the Israeli Knesseth that he would resign as Minister of Defense after the conclusion of peace treaties with neighboring Arab states and as soon as the Army is reorganized on a peace"participating in a Knesseth discussion on the government-sponsored veterans rehabilitation bill, Ben Gurion said that since he was responsible for mobilization of Israel's troops he also wishes to be responsible for their demobilization. The Knesseth adjourned for two weeks after adopting the first ten paragraphs of the veterans rehabilitation bill. Earlier, the question of the discharged police officers and government officials who served the former Mandatory power was high-lighted during a discussion of a bill regulating the status of former Mandatory civil I servants. The Knesseth also agreed to exI tend the validity of the State Council-approved law governing these officials for an additional two-month period. At the same time the Knesseth decided to extend permanent status to some 4.000 government officials who have already been screened. A committee to which 260 officials who were discharged can apply for appeal of their dismissals was also set up. The Knesseth decided to make the fifth day of the Hebrew month Iyar—anniversary of the proclamation of Israeli statehood —"Yom Haatzmauth," o r Independence Day. The Knesseth ordered that Independence Day should hereafter become a public holiday. A proposal submitted by a Religious Bloc deputy urging that the holiday be postponed to Sunday if the fifth of Iyar falls on the Sabbath was rejected. The fifth of Iyar, which falls this year on May 4, will be celebrated as a national holiday, with regular workday scheduled cancelled. Minister of Education Zalman Shazar urged that Independence Day be marked by Jewish communities throughout the world. Deputy Ben Zion Dinaburg called for the appointment of a -special writers committee to prepare a "Scroll of Independence" which would be "read from generation to generation as a symbol of the liberation and freedom of Israel." A government proposal to name the fifth of Iyar "Day of Restoration" was defeated. Internationalization Asked for Jerusalem by Vatican ROME (JTA)—Pope Pius XII today asked for the establishment of an international regime in Jerusalem in an encyclical letter dispatched to all Catholic bishops. Expressing satisfaction at the armistice in Palestine, the Pope declared that there was no real peace there. He invited the bishops to emphasize this situation to their congregations. In addition to requesting internationalization for Jerusalem and its surroundings, the Pope's letter asked for the safeguarding of all Holy Places in Palestine and free access of pilgrims to them; liberty for Catholic cultural institutions in the country; and conservation of the rights acquired there by Catholics. College Students Arrested in Strike NEW YORK, (JTA)—Nine City government officials who College students—including five girls—were arrested following the start of a strike called to demand the suspension of two faculty members charged with anti-Jewish and anti-Negro discrimination. Police said the nine students arrested refused to clear the main entrance to the college to permit non-striking students to ener. Placards carried by several hundred pickets early this morning read: "Oust the Bigots, Join the Strike," "Knickerbocker's Anti-Semitism Is CCNY's Shame" and "Davis and Knickerbocker Must Go." The two teachers against whom the protest strike was called are Prof. William Knickerbocker, chairman of the Romance Languages Department, and William Davis, an economics instructor. Knickerbocker was cleared last year by the Board of Higher Education of charges that he discriminated against Jewish students and Jewish faculty members. Davis was found guilty last fall of segregating Negroes in a dormitory for G.I. students and was removed from his post as dormitory supervisor, but was retained on the faculty. ilfeizmann To Talk To Truman On Israel NEW YORK (JTA)—Dr. Chaim Weizmann, President of Israel, who arrived here this week for a two-week stay in the United States, will go to Washington in about 10 days to meet with President Truman on a number of problems confronting the Jewish state. His visit to Washington will be made following the testimonial dinner in his honor to be held at the Hotel Waldorf As[tona April 23 under the auspices of the American Committee for the Weizmann Institute of Science at Rehovoth. I The Israeli flag is now being flown by the Waldorf Astoria, Iwhere President Weizmann will [stay until his return to Israel on [May 1. The 74-year-old chief of [State presided at a Seder service I Held in the home of Meyer WeisUal, executive vice president of [the Weizmann Institute, where |1e and members of his family were the guests of honor. Arming Wednesday on his irst visit to the United States since his election as President of Israel, Dr. Weizmann paid tribute |w President Truman and to the American people for their conIEL i %  J ,he establishment of the Jewish state. Lru d i! lm g th *t Israel had FJMhed the threshold of peace '••great sacrifice, he emphasOpponents Plan To Postpone Israeli Admission To U.N. Until September lizeri ,. ,"*"-"":, ne empnasIwL n, 'l tho mos t pressing probn eonfronti immigration of nun lto< !? !" ronti ng Israel at present IdrtV' V n j' ss ""migration of hunIftTniV lhou -sands of Jews from lib* fi mps and other P arts of %  iWHe estimated that 1,IWI -? ws would be brought to %  A Wlt, n tne ne *t five years. mT\\ K that Israe > alone canAot should,, the financial burden innVTF for the newcomers, he Sealed to American Jews to Unit-t Ullest su PPrt to the t', Q Jewisn Appeal to make the „"' s ? arv fu d s available for ffi !" pt,on and h0 "sing of immigrants who are now arriving 5& rate 0f 30 000 a month He fo>nS £2? f sistance to *F*y man., h u ,\ Jr general chairphTch Dr U w t0dJewish Appea1 mus ,.,, Weizmann declared W d8H2 d the wholehearted L, ew u.u C dted service of every EL V s '"^rested in the B s tSt d e .well bein 8 of the U.S. Soldiers in Germany Join DP's In Services MUNICH, (JTA)—More than 1,000 American Jewish military personnel, staffs of the International Refugee Organization, the Joint Distribution Committee and displaced persons participated in an impressive Seder service on Passover eve held in the Trocadero building here. The military post chaplain, Rabbi Herman Dicker, officiated. Some 400,000 pounds of matzohs and matzoh flour were distributed to Jews living in DP camps and towns in Germany, the local office of the Joint Distribution Committee reported. The organization also distributed some 60,000 quarts of Israeli wine, kosher fat and other products. The special Passover ration was given to all Jews in the country. 15 Jewish Communities In Hungary Dissolved BUDAPEST, (JTA) — Fifteen more Jewish communities of prewar Hungary have officially been liquidated because there are no Jews surviving in these communities. The anouncement was made by the Ministry of Education. ... It was learned here, meanwhile, that the premises of the Hungarian Zionist organizations which were recently dissolved have been taken over by the Central Jewish Board. LAKE SUCCESS (JTA)—Opponents of Israel's admission to United Nations membership indicated here that they intend to urge postponement of voting on the Israeli application until the next session of the General Assembly in September. The anti-Israeli forces are greatly encouraged by the fact that the General Assembly decided on Wednesday, by a vote of 31 to 18, with seven abstentions, to refer the Israeli application to its Political Committee despite the fact that the Assembly's steering committee recommended last week that the Assembly take an immediate vote on admission The Assembly's decision to have the Israeli application first screened by the Political Committee was influenced greatly by a long list of Arab and Latin Zionist Committee To Meet In Jerusalem JERUSALEM, (JTA) — The Zionist Actions Committee — supreme ruling body of the Zionist movement between sessions of the World Zionist Congress—will reconvene in Jerusalem May 5. American members are expected to attend the session. Israeli Chief of Staff Yaacov Dori, speaking at the concluding session of an intensive officers refresher course somewhere in southern Israel, declared that the Jewish state would always have to maintain a large standing army. He also emphasized the need for establishing a network of border settlement and bey boards. A group of 145 Arab prisoners of war, including one British soldier who fought with the Arabs, passed through the Jewish lines today in the Jerusalem area. An Arab leper and an eightyear-old crippled child were also among those allowed to cross the Israeli lines. Dresden Jews First In Soviet Zone To Elect BERLIN, (JTA)—The Jewish community of Dresden was the first community in the Soviet zone of Germany to receive permission to hold elections for communal officers, it was learned here today. Leo Lowenkopf was elected chairman of the community's executive board. One of the boaid's first actions was the acceptance of the sum of 50,000 marks from the city of Dresden in partial payment for property destroyed or seized by the Nazis. The money will be used to rehabilitate the city's Jewish cemetery. American speakers who demanded that Israel clarify its position on the internationalization of Jerusalem and on the Arab refugee question before being admitted to U.N. membership. A surprise development in the debate was an announcement by Denmark and Sweden favoring the delay because of Israel's failure to discover and punish the assassins of Count Folke Bernadotte, late U.N. Palestine mediator. The Soviet Union was the only delegation which came out at the Assembly in outright support of Israel's immediate admission. The United States, while supporting admission, did not speak up in behalf of immediate admission. The vote, by roll call, was as follows: For sending the application to the Political Committee, (31): Afghanistan, Argentina, Belgium, Bolivia, Brazil, Burma, Cuba, Denmark, Egypt, El Salvador, Ethiopia, Greece, Haiti, India, Iran, Iraq, Lebanon, Luxemburg, Netherlands, Norway, Pakistan. Peru, Saudi Arabia, Siam, Sweden, Syria, Turkey, South Africa. United Kingdom, Venezuela and Yemen. Against, (18): Australia, Byelorussia, Chile, China, Costa Rica, Czechoslovakia, Dominican Republic, France. Guatemala, Mexico, New Zealand, Panama. Poland, Ukraine, Russia, United States, Uruguay and Yugoslavia. Abstained, (7): Canada, Colombia, Ecuador, Honduras, Liberia, Nicaragua and Philippines, Iceland Paraguay were absent. Refugees From Shanghai Depart For Israel VENICE. (JTA)—A total of 220 Jewish refugees from Shanghai this week sailed for Israel aboard the transport Campo D'Oglio, following their temporary stay at the Berletta DP camp. The steamer was the last to depart before Passover. (A Haifa dispatch reported the arrival in Israel of 1,100 Jewish immigrants from Italy. They came aboard the S.S. Galilah.) Federation To Meet The annual meeting of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation will take place on Thursday, May 5, it was announced yesterday by Jacob Sher, president, in a letter to the heads of all Jewish organizations of Greater Miami. Place of the meeting will be announced later. Govt. Asked To Permit Corporation More Shares BUENOS AIRES, (JTA)—The Argentine Government was asked by the Argentine Palestine Economic Corporation (ARPALSA) to authorize the issuance of additional shares valued at 2,000,000 pesos. Such an issue would increase the corporation's capital from its present 1,000,000 to 3,000.000. ARPALSA, hopes to pay a four percent dividend. The Danish freighter, "Indian Reefer," sailed from here carrying an 1,100-ton cargo of frozen kosher meat for Israel. The meat was purchased in this country at a price of $550 per ton. Samuel Gordon Dies JOHANNESBURG, So. Africa, (JTA)—Samuel Gordon, honorary treasurer of the Zionist Federation of South Africa, died this week-end at the age of 76. He was one of the founders of the Zionist movement in South Africa. Dritain Doubts Plan Is Feasible LONDON (JTA)—Doubts as to how far the plan for full Internationalization of Jerusalem can be worked were expressed last night by Christopher Mayhew, Undersecretary for Foreign Affairs, in the House of Commons. Mayhew said he was certain that the United Nations had expressed the will of the entire civilized world in insisting that the Holy Places be protected and free access assured for all religions. "Our view," he added, "is that whatever solution is reached, we feel that there must be free access to the Holy Places. The plain fact is that to impose an international regime over a considerable area, as foreseen by the United Nations, would be a very formidable task, requiring a very large police force administration. We must, therefore, have our doubts—although His Majesty's Government was among the first to suggest that this was the ideal solution—as to how far the scheme of full internationalization can, in fact, be worked." The Foreign Undersecretary stressed that he wanted to be careful not to say anything that could embarrass the labors of the U.N. Conciliation Commission, but he could not say that the British Government was ready to support the scheme of part internationalization of the Holy City. In addition, Mayhew pointed out, the Arab point of view must be considered. In addressing a question on Jerusalem to Mayhew, Ivor Thomas, Conservative M.P., said that it should be made clear the incorporation of Jerusalem into Israel would be inacceptable to world opinion. He asserted that only an international regime would protect the Holy Places and explained that he was not suggesting the Holy Places would be less safe in Jewish hands but that they would present a new task for the Jews. The British Government intends to extend a $4,000,000 interest-free loan to Transjordan to aid in the resettlement of Palestine Arab refugees, Mayhew told Commons. Denying that the evacuation of British troops from Aqaba would contribute to peaceful settlement of the Palestine problem, Mayhew asserted that British troops would remain in Aqaba at their present strength "so long as the situation requires." White House Ceremony Marks Recognition Of Israeli Ambassador Elath WASHINGTON (JTA)—President Truman today expressed hope for the "peace and posperity of Israel" at a White House ceremony marking the official recognition of Eliahu Elath as Ambassador from Israel. Elath was received by the President and presented his letters of credence. The Ambassador's remarks were made in Hebrew. Israeli Govt. Reconsiders Decision on Stanley TEL AVIV, (JTA)—The Israeli Government announced this week that it has reconsidered its refusal to admit Sidney Stanley to Israel and that an entry permit would be given him. Stanley, who is stateless, was ordered expelled from Britain following his involvement in an alleged corruption scandal of British Government officials. The decision came after receipt of a new application from Stanley's attorney, Max Seligman.


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FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1949 k-nisMoridttan pioneer Women Hold Bazaar Vice Mayor Maurice Klein, asJidin a ribbon cutting ceremony* hat officially opened the ffler Miami Council of Pio£ r Women's four-day bazaar Slid at the Million Dollar Pier h r e 0 m Saturday, April 2, through Tuesday, April 5. The ceremony took place at the opening dance which attracted a huge crowd. Ruddv Walker, popular entertainer, 'acted as master of.ceremonies at the affair City off.c.als Srticipating in the program Kre: City Manager Kenneth TKnmnson Councilmen Herb ?S. D Lee, Powell and Harold Turk and Klein. Mis Lena Mintzes, bazaar rhiirman. thanked the Miami Beach Council in behalf of the Pioneer Women for its cooperation in permitting the use of the Dier Mrs. Rosemary Kaplan, president of the Pioneer Women Council and Mrs. Clara Leff, national chairman of the Jewish National Fund for the Pioneer Women, gave greetings to the bazaar workers and dance guests. Entertainment was furnished bv Marie -Butch" Austin^ wellknown songstress of night club and movie fame and Marty Kline, card trick artist. Basha Tepper, voung majorette, gave a baton twirling salute to Israel when the colors were advanced. Music was furnished by James J. Christie's orchestra through the courtesy of Councilmen Burbridge and Powell. Mrs. Joseph Bloch, of Kadimah chapter of the Pioneer Women, was chairman of the dance. Auxiliary Board Meets A board meeting of the Free Sons of Israel, Louis D. Brandeis Auxiliary No. 199 met last night at the home of Mrs. Sam Gordon, 3895 N.W. 4th Terr. Plans for the coming year were discussed. PAGE SEVEN Kadimah Games Nite A post-Passover games night was held by the Kadimah Club last night at the Sagamore Hotel, 1671 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. A brief business meeting preceded the games. •K ft % fJLVTHK Mon e C^ Safety Harkir. Flwida At the ribbon cutting exercises which opened the four-day bazaar recently held by the Pioneer Women's Council of Greater Miami are (L to r.) Carol Sander, daughter of Council Member Mrs. Fred Sander; Mrs. Lena Mintzes, chairman of the bazaar; Mrs. Clara Leff. national chairman of the JNF of Pioneer Women; Mrs. Rosemary Kaplan, president of the council; Maurice Klein, vice mayor of Miami Beach; Councilman Harold Turk; Mrs. Turk. ^W Bttonn Tip and SI. Pttmbuf) ^* THE CARLSBAD OF FLORIDA ^^ • 20-Acre Paradise on beauhful old Tampa Bay • A Luxurious Hotel • Coif • Swimming in mineral water pool • Archery I Shuffleboard Fishing • Other Recreational Facilities H • Mineral Baths Massages • Steam & Cabinet Baths


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PAGE FOURTEEN +Jenist Fkridian FRIDAY. APRIL 22, • I H t LIVES OF OUR TIMES ABRAHAM_CAHAN •'OJ.KW NORMAN and SOL NODEL ..t b, LAURA G. SMARON Pm OF AMtRICA'5 JEWISH NEWSPAPERMEN.. BORN IN A SMALL TOWN NEAR VIINA IN I860. HE STUDIED AT THE TEACHERS INSTITUTE IN THAT CITY AND FOR A SHORT TIME WAS AN^ ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TEACHER. EDITOR FOR 50 YEARS Of THE JEWISH FORWARD THE WORLD'S LARGEST YIDDISH-LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER-HE HAS BEEN AN INFLUENTIAL LA60R LEADER IN THE U.S. FOR MANY TEAK. HE WAS FORCED TO FLEE TSARIST RUSSIA WHEN HIS PARTICIPATION IN A REVOLUTIONARY MOVEMENT WAS DISCOVERiD.HE ARRIVED IN NEW YORK AT THE AGE OF 22. HE TURNED TO IABOR ACTIVITIES AMONG THE JEWISH IMMIGRANTS AND HELPED FOUND JEWISH SOCIALIST PERIODICALS.HIS WORK WON THE PRAISE OF SAMUEL COMPERS. IN ADDITION TO HIS PROLIFIC JOURNALISTIC ACTIVITY.HEISTHE AUTHOR OF SEVERAL WIDELYACCLAIMED NOVELS, INCLUDING "THE RISE OF DAVID LEVINSKY;OFTEN CALLED AN AMERICAN CLASSIC. HE WAS HAILED BY PRESIDENT TRUMAN IN 19+7 AS THE OLDEST AND MOST ACTIVE NEWSPAPER EDITOR IN THE UNITED STATES. ALTHOUGH NOT A ZIONIST,HE HAS CONSISTENTLY SUPfORTEO THE REHABILITATION OF PALESTINE t+* A*> C* o'' '*••• %  '•" *UtAic MuW M'is'l To Head Education Bureau Max Meisel was re-elected president of the Bureau of Jewish Education at the April meeting of the board of directors of the organization. Other officers elected include Dr. David Andron and David Isen, vice president; Matilda Ratner, treasurer; Israel Shapoff. secretary. Louis Heiman is honorary president of the group. The executive committee of the bureau is composed of the rabbis of affiliated schools, officers of the bureau and the following members: Mrs. Leon Ell. Eli Hurwitz, Mrs. A. Mamlet, Dr. M. J. Glick. Harry Simonhoff, Dr. M. A. Lipkind. Hyman Sootin and Morris Jacobs. The wearing of pendants as jewelry is derived from the primitive practice of wearing wild-animal teeth, stones, or shells around the neck with magical intent, according to the Encyclopaedia Britannica. S. J. Freedman HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Waihington Are. Miami Beach Between Fourth and Fifth Sts. Hebrew Religious Supplies For Synagogue* and Private Use. Also for Hebrew Schools. CIED 121D Telephone 5-9017 NERVES Nervous Conditions Specially Treated Dr. Springmyer, Physician 79th ST. CLINIC 249 N.W. 79th St Ph. 78-8407 Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovslry 818 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach Phone 5-3595 Among the former Miamians who turned out to hear Stanley C. Myers, president of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, when he addressed the 37th annual dinner meeting and community event of the Federation of Jewish Welfare Organisations of Los Angeles recently were (L to r.) Mr. and Mrs. Daniel M. Broad, Isidore Goldstein, Miss Stiller, Mrs. Dave Apte, Mr. Apte. Mrs. Harry Levine and Mr. Levine. The group met Myers at the station, escorted him to his hotel and acted as his hosts during his stay in Los Angeles. IMMlDltTE SERVICE RE ASON ABL E PRICES QUALITY WORKMANSHIP ENGINE OVERHAUL BRAKE SERVICE MOTOR TUNE UP LUBRICATION FRONT-END ALIGNMENT PAINTING -SEAT COVERS NEW and RECONDITIONED MOTORS HOIDA S MOST MOOEN f ACIIIIIES wM NEW POSTWAR ECUIPMENT' and KNOW HOW MECHANICAL SIAfF lUOGtT PLAN IF DESIRED SAM MURRAY 1417 ilSCAYNE IOUIEVARD PHONE 7l TRUCK DIVISION S N I 7 IH STREET HONE %  > 75*7 Kout Is Hoad Of JWV Conclave Corporation Hylan H. Kout was named president of the Jewish War Veterans National Convention Corporation at a recent meeting of Miami Beach Post 330 of the JWV. The corporation will have charge of arranging the details for the organization's national conclave which will be held in Miami Beach from October 19th through the 24th. Other officers of the corporation are Maurice Klein, vice president; Saul von Zamft. secretary; Abe Robinson, treasurer; Arthur Selevan and Harry Cohn, directors. Mayor Marcie Liberman was elected honorary president. Red Cross Campaign Passes $215,000 Mark "The 1949 Red Cross fund campaign reports in excess of $215.000 toward its $302,200 goal," H. H. Hyman, fund chairman, recently announced. "This is, of course, still almost $100,000 short of our quota, but volunteers are still out soliciting and we expect to go over the goal for the dade County Red Cross," he continued. The Red Cross campaign is still going on with new reports which increase the total at an average of $3,000 daily. Volunteers in all divisions are still soliciting in business houses and in the residential areas. Marvin H. Gillman To Become Bar Mitzvah Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gillman. 427 N.E. 26th St., announce that the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Marvin Howard, will take place Sunday, April 30, at 11 a.m. at Temple Israel. A reception will follow the ceremonies. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. For Dependable Reliable Service Call "The Real McCoy" 89-2278 McCOY TYPEWRITER SERVICE Free Estimates—Pick-up and Delivery Keys and Radio Repair 9700 N.W. 7th Are. SOLAR WATER SERVICE REPAIRS AND CALL 4-748$ BOOSTERS DON S. COLEMAN OCULIST'S PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED LENSES AND FRAMES DUPLICATED LARGE SELECTION IN LATEST STYLES Beach Optical Service 350 Lincoln Road Suite 502 — Phono 5-5419 Ray Redman To Attend Exposition In Chicago Ray Redman of Ray Redman & Associates, public relations counsellors, 1230 Lincoln Rd., planed to Chicago Saturday where he will participate in the, 11th International Travel Exposition being held at the Stevens Hotel, Chicago, April 19th through the 24th. Redman will fly to New York from Chicago to arrange final details for the "Mrs. America" contest for Florida before returning about May 1. 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PIUDAY, APRIL 22, 1949 %  "Jenisii fhridian Youth Groups To Hold Conclave Young Zionists from Southern Florida will gather at the south '„! University of Miami, S3 Gables, to attend their first annual !" nclav A e to be h ff % ?? 14 15. Approximately 100 Inombers of Senior Judaea and •heir leaders who are from the ranks >f Jr. Hadassah, Masada ,nd IZFA are expected to attend t n e educational and recreational "purpose of the institute, as announced by Mrs Alfred-Mamlet, Young Judaea chairman for this area is to help in creating "an informed and active Zionist youth corps in the state of Florida, a vouth movement devoted to the Jewish people and to the furtherance of democracy throughout the W< One of the highlights of the conclave will be a Midura (campfire) program saluting the anniversary of the establishment of the Jewish State. This program will be conducted by the Senior Judaeans of clubs Beersheba, Chaim Weizmann and Jolly Judaeans. The yougth groups in Greater Miami will serve as hosts and the committees to handle arrangements will consist of representatives from the Young Judaea Leaders Council, Junior Hadassah. Masada and IZFA. Members of Jewish youth groups and unaffiliated young people between the ages of 14 and 18 are invited to participate in the conclave. Those interested are requested to write to the Zionist Youth Commission, 235 Lincoln Road tor full particulars. Import Duties On (.ih Packages To Israel Revealed The following statement was made last week by Arthur Lourie, consul general of Israel in New York: "We have received many inquiries from persons who desire to send parcels of food and clothing to friends and relatives in Israel about the customs duties which the recipients of these gifts must pay. "The customs duty for standard food parcels varies from $1.20 to SI.60 while clothing is subject to a tax of 35 per cent. "These regulations have been in effect over a long period of time. "It must be understood that the people of Israel, having come through a critical and costly struggle for survival, are now living under and have readily accepted a regime of severe austerity. Food is subject to rationing and all residents are restricted in the amount they may purchase. Clothing is being manufactured under a utility planning scheme. Furthermore, all people in Israel, making their fair contribution to the cost of war and reconstruction, are paying heavy taxes. Some of these taxes are indirect, since the prices of food and clothing reflect import duties. "It follows, therefore, that anyone who receives a gift parcel of mod and clothing from relatives outside the country may equitably be expected to assume the customs duty which the general Population is called upon to pay. We believe that the people of Israel are determined to make their •air contribution to the country's national existence and that accordingly, they understand the wisdom, equity and necessity of the import regulations in this period of emergency." PAGE THREE Norman Bruce Brown Post of the Jewish War Veterans has announced that Memorial Day services will be held this year on Sunday. May 29. The services will be conducted by the honor guard of the post, and as in previous years, the grave of every Jewish veteran in Mt. Nebo. Graceland. Woodlawn and Ml. Sinai cemeteries will be decorated with an American flag. Services are scheduled for 9:30 a.m. at Mt. Nebo. 10:15 a.m. at Graceland. 11 a.m. at Woodlawn and 12 noon at Mt. Sinai. Nat'l JWF Loader Inspects Agencies In Miami Area Dr. Isidore Epstein, assistant executive director of Jewish National Fund of America, is making a tour of inspection of all the constituent agencies of the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami. Dr. Epstein, who arranged and conducted the session of the Jewish National Fund of the World held at the Astor and Waldorf-Astoria hotels in Mew York City recently, stressed the need for greater effort on behalf of the Jewish National Fund. He pointed out that only a small percentage of the land in the State of Israel is now owned by the Jews, and in order to have a place for the thousands of new arrivals in Israel, it is necessary that at least one million dunams of land be purchased during 1949. Harold Shapiro, chairman of JNF Council of Greater Miami, is assisting Dr. Epstein in his tour of inspection. Women's League Of Frat Gives Passover Party The Women's League of the Alpha Iota Chapter of Phi Epsilon Pi fraternity held a Passover party for members and their dates Thursday night at the Hillel House, 3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Chairman of the affair was Mrs. Charlotte F. Haas. Hostesses were the Mesdames Ida Optner, Lillian Newman, David Pred, Joseph Robins, Cele Labbie and Etta Braz. Junior hostesses included the Mesdames Graham Fried, Lester Jacobson, Sidney Adlcr and Jerry Braz. The monthly meeting and election of officers of the fraternity were held last night at the home of Mrs. Etta Braz, 320 N.W. 20tli St. Mrs. Braz served as hostess at the meeting. Auxiliary To Meet The Miami Ladies Auxiliary to the Home for the Aged will meet Tuesday at 1 p.m. in the Beth El Center, 500 S.W. 17th Ave. After the general business, Mrs. Harry Klein chairman of the nomination committee, will present her slate of officers for the ensuing year. Mrs. Etha Beck will preside. Lodge Holds Seder A Seder sponsored by Lodge 357 of the Jewsh Peoples Fraternal Order was held Sunday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Osman. 2350 S.W. 13th St. The Seder was conducted by Mr. Wasserman, well-known Hebrew teacher. 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PAGE TWELVE TOTOA^PRI^ 25,747 Jews Find Haven In March perwith %  :i :'. %  it was report' • __. • "•• JDC. the = %  .4 pec t; ;.-.";' ~-hers "LIFE" AT YESHIVA UNIVERSITY Tt4i$ Sory of Uniqw* Aihtevmrt t s in Mctt wmottcs ed •:: %  r.t r --_; ship ::' %  %  e .5 arrJ *£ amps "-• irtared : Z~: I for :! ------" %  ... JDC %  receives funds for ::s ement and perau^ns •.-.: %  igh the V I Apnow 57 en • A special 1 n : •; • vacua:::!! : f TO J i from Bom: 1 rDC will 1 • JDC %  s exz Lame ~ thai r Germ >.r. froff. Naz: ssion rrivi :.-.:.£ go. In r-• ve&n -'-' • joined by aa equal bus I Jewish refufrom Afghanistan. Witfc the pening : -rj--;:^. immigration te Israel, calls U JDC :-:" %  from the India refugees UTgUlg >" to pi v. :• esiigration aid, 1 l ly after nt agreed t< 12! IDC rr.id; arrangenn nts tl mil* fbght whj gan •<••'lasl Principal's Mother Dies Sol Sugar:: n principal of the Hebrew Academy, was called to New York lasi week to the bc-dof his i ) passed away n Fri lay. Funeral services were held Sunday. Mr. Suganr.an :s expected tc return to Miami I\)GUST BROS fty, % f 1.. II 1 V I f ri it tf>< nt \i FASTRWEF Dr. Jekruthie'. Gir.sb-rg head of the Yeshira University Matherr.athirs Depart—.e-t plays with a spiral expressing a logarithmic progression in the office cf Scripta Matherr.atica." the famous mathematical quarterly puhlisfced by Yeshiva Unirersity. The March 21s-. issue cf Life Magazine tell the fascinating story cf Yes.-.iva s acr.ieTerr.erus in the field of mathematics and its efforts to popularise its study. Scripta Mathematica is an important outlet cf the University's Institute of Mathematics which sponsors lectures, courses, exhibits and numerous other activities. iFriday • %  • ening services, which are ordinarily suspended for the summer 1 tely after Pass:.:. mi Beach Jewish Certer has Jve ~ % %  *£t 8:15 Rabbi Lehrannounced that due to popular, man will discuss "Our Eternal ad he will continue late Quest.*' Late Friday Evening Services Continued Rabl 1. ag LehJ nt in : the 3each Y Will Hold 5th Annual Meeting The fifth annual meeting of the Miami Beach YM-YWHA will be held May 15 at 8 p.m. at the Beach Y. according to an announcement by Harry Zukemick. chairman of the event. In its first year of operation I at its new building, the Y served more than 4,000 people each j week. SoT.e 35 organizations used its facilities for meeting room space. Some of the Y's achievements in its fii t year at the new building were tne organization of a nursery school, a Golden Age club, an ar"? club, music department and little theatre group. The Community Concert Committeeconducted another successful year and a home camp played host to some 125 children each week, according to Zukemick. A number of outstanding citizens of the community have agreed to serve as an honorary committee. This committee consists of the following: Samuel Blank. Bess Glasser, Abraham Goodman. Senator Spessard L. Holland. Leon Kaplan. Rabbi Leon Kronish. Rabbi rving LehrMayor Marcie Lieberman. Max Meisel, Rabbi Moses Mc-s::. Stanley Myers. John Montgomery, Max Orvitz, E. Albert Palo:. Mrs. Russell T. Pancoast. Senator Claude Pepper, is J. Perlmutter, Rabbi David Raab, Joseph Rose. Jacob Sher. William D. Singer. Miriam Sirkin, Congressman George E. Smathers. Alfred Store and David Whitman. The program at the annual meeting, concluded Mr. Zukern:ck. will consist of a brief business meeting, a program which I will introduce all of the activities j of the Y. The evening will be 1 concluded by dancing to Mark Marks' orchestra. 194T Gables Zionists Plan Installation Final plans for the pub i lc 7 n stallation banquet to be held Z the Coral Gables Zionist DistrS Mav 4 at 7:30 p.m. at the Jg Clay Hotel patio %  fij l g pool were made aa „.!. Sunday right. "*•. Officers to be installed at th, ceremonies are Sidnev Sander, president. Oscar Loichuk. S vice president: Harold C. ShaoS? second vice president: Morrw £ rr.onthird vice pres.dent: U s ,er Toloff. treasurer. er On the committee in chain of arrangements fo r the aff-i, Norman R. Lyons! & d ? Shapiro Sam Pearlman and A? btrt Levick. ni Cocktail parties for banquet guests will be held by vario£ merrbers in their homes before the banquet. c Entertainment will be provided by luminaries from the n:eht cluh and theatrical world. 8 club Judge Holt Departs For Two-Week Tour of Israel Circuit Judge George E Holt left Miami Monday for a XI week tour of the new State of Israel. He is one 0: a group of Americans cnosen for tr.e nvssion by the American PIs t:ne Committee. Approximately 50 outstanding public officials, churchmen and educators are making the tnp They will report back to their communities on conditions in the new nation. REFINED BUSINESS LADY in her thirties—good background Wishes to meet gentleman in his forties State phone number if posribU Write H. L. Box 2973, Miami 18 PAN AMERICAN BANK OFFICERS P. J. SERRALLES President and Chairman of Board T. A. DAVIS, Jr. First and Executive Vice President EDUARDO MORALES Vice President E. A GERARD Vice President J. M. GARCIA vice President W. C. PAYNE Vie* President ar.d Cashier G. D. FAHRNER AJKttlUnt Vice President W. E. BOYD Assistant Cashier C. H. McINTTRE • Cashier and Auditor J. L. HALL Asstitar.t Cuhler F. P. LYONS Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS P. J. SERRALLES -a.-. ..' E-. aid as*. President J. L. CABASSA • V.:* C:.iirr-iK. S. KEYES Vice ChainssU GUILLERMO CABRERA .= -fr Prod o cw T. A. DAVIS, Jr. Exe --:•SHELBY P. LANGSTON WILLIAM LIEBOW R. J. MARSHBURN :-.:--Margaret Ar. : e—tr y.:^\-. Ir.c. EDUARDO MORALES Visa Preeidsat J. A ROIG • -• F* .;--'- Boaw Producers AaeaetattMi G. H. SALLEY H.^t 4 Sa^er. Attomeye. C'—-•*; '.'.* VL M. WEISS r.-asidatt, Tootsr-Mrroa Studlss of MIAMI, FLORIDA Pan American Bank Building 117 N. E. First Arenue Statement of Condition AS OF APRIL 11, 1949 RESOURCES Cash S 4,107.425.01 Government Bonds 6,103.223.10 State, County and Municipal Bonds 1,127,795.32 Federal Reserve Bank Stock 30,000.00 Obligations fully Guaranteed by U. S. 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LiSac Unit Ws Officers r! navid Rifas was named l Mr Ln? o the Miami chapter h'eNtional Children's Card.ac lome at a recent meeting of the Inthcr officers who will serve IgnSrs. Rifas are. vice presiEu Mrs. Leon Freed, Mrs. Jean Kin Mrs. Harold Spahn and E Sal Ramagli; corresponding Eretary Mrs. Leo Sobel; recordr Irrptarv Mrs. Herman Wepfe *Usurer, Mrs. Henry Ros fearten: financial secretary, K Bella Jacobson. [Rnard members include the Ernes William Groner J. K? Belle Rosenblum Jess Pr Samuel Tunick, George fe it S Harold Cohen, Phillip EXr Herman Wronker, Mnlon tS Harry Ghertner, Duee EhMrts Theodore Firestone, fcm Goldman. Sam Weissel, Kv Radin. J, G. Kauffman EdUrd Klein, Morris Malmud, Jean leHman. Sylvia Cohen, Carolyn Eden. Henry Green and Rose hvoskin. Ifiuest speaker at the meeting Las Jovcc Voelkers, fashion ediCr of the Miami Daily News, Eo discussed "What the Miami tomen Should Wear" and answered questions on style piobf Mrs. George Wolpert, chairman, Ls announced that the mstallalon luncheon will take place on Tuesday, May 17. in the Biscayne loom of the Colombus Hotel Highlight of the afternoon will he [fashion show presented by the Patricia Vance School of Modelne Subscriptions may be chained bv tailing Mrs. Wolpert at 12339. RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY Miami Hebrew School and Congregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W. 12th Are. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Berele Kelemer. .Services Friday evening at 6:30 Saturday morning at 9 a.m. Rabbi April will speak on "Aaron's Tragedy." Ml.shna at 5:30 p.m followed by Mlncha and Shalos Seudos. The Rabbi 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. Dally services at 7:30 a.m. and G:15 p.m. Congregation Beth El (Orthodox), 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Cantor Milton Friedman. Friday evening services. 6:30 Sabbath morning service at 9:00 a.m. Rabbi Grauer will preach on "The Portion of the Week." Student's servl-es at 10 a.m. Saturday supervised by Bernard W. Klmmel of the Religious school staff. Mlncha at 6:00 p.m. Followed by Shalos Seudos. Sunday school at 10 a.m. Dally religious school from 3:30 to 6 p.m. Dally services 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. United Jewish Schools. North Campus, University of Miami. Sunday School at 10 a.m. Daddies Club at 10 a.m. Hebrew school Monday and Tuesday from 2:45 to 6:00 p.m. Temple Emanu-El (Reform), 1801 S. Andrews Ave., Fort Lauderdale. Dr. Marius Ranson. Rabbi. Friday evening services at 8:15. 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. Jewish Community Center (Conservative). 2020 Polk St. Hollywood. Rabbi Max Kaufman. Friday evening service at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Max Kaufman, assisted by the choir, will conduct the service and speak. An Oneg Sh.ibbat will follow the services on Friday evening. Saturday services at 10 a.m. Klddush after the morning services. Sunday school at 10:30. Hebrew school MonSpacious, attractively furnished. Wide Sand Beach, Swimming Pool, Courteous Beach Attendants. Liie Guard at all times. Enjoy the facilities ol this fine hotel Meals, cocktail, luxury. Call Charlie Diehl 5-1271 You may obtain your copy ol "SPARKS FROM A MENTAL ANVIL" Written by DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN By calling at or writing to TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N.E. 19th ST.. MIAMI or by writing DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN. BOX 4087. MIAML FLA. Price $2.50 day, Tuesday and Wednesday at 3 p.m. Confirmation and Bar Mltzvah classes at extra session Thursday at 3 p.rn^ Mlnyan service dally at 9 a.m. Coral Gables Jewish Center (Liberal). Services discontinued until the fall Religious Congregation. 3681 N.W. 2nd St. Friday evening services at 6 Saturday morning services at 9. Mlncha at %  •A.) followed by Shalos Seudos. Congregation Keneseth Israel (Orthodox), 432 Espanola Way, Miami Beach. Friday evening services at 6:15 p.m. Saturday morning services at 9 a.m. Mlncha at 5 p.m. followed by Shalos Seudos. Israelite Center (General), 3346 S.W. 24th St. Dally services at 7 a.m. Friday night services at 8 p.m. Refreshments will be served Immediately following the services. Saturday morning services at 9 a.m Temple Israel (Reform), 137 N.E. 19th St. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman: Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Rabbi Emeritus. Sabbath evening services Fildav at S:15. Temple Beth Sholom (Liberal), 4144 Chase Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Friday evening service at B:16. Rabbi Kronish Will conduct the service and speak. Sabbath service 10:46 a.m. Children's birthday blessing. Sunday school at 9:15 for children from t'/i to 15. Hebrew classes week-days from 3:15 for children 7J4 to 14. Miami Beach Jewish Community Center (Conservative). 1701 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. %  Kabbalas Shabbos service at 5:30 p.m. Late Friday evening service at S:15. Rabbi lehrman will discuss "Our Eternal Quest." Sabbath morning service at 9 o'clock. Bar Mltzvah of Leslie, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gold. Junior Congregation at 9:30. Youth breakfast service at 10 a.m Sunday In the Center patio. Hebrew school Monday through Thursday 3:30 to 6:30. Sunday school 10 o'clock to noon I'n --kindergarten school Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 12. Congregation Beth Tfilah (Orthodox), 935 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Friday evening service at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning at 8:30 Rabbi Rackovsky will officiate and speak on "Time Will Tell.'' At 6:00 p.m. Rabbi Rackovsky will read the Portion of the Week. Mlncha at 5:30 followed by Shalos Seudos and a program of Hebrew songs and zmlros. Dally services at 7:30 a.m. Class in Mlshna will be addressed by the Rabbi Services at :15 p.m. followed by a class in Jewish laws and customs, Maarlv follows at 6:15. Congregation Beth Jacob (Orthodox), 301-311 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Regular Sabbath service at 8:30 a.m. Minc-h.i at 6:15 followed by Shalos Seudos. Rabbi Mescheloff will spoak on the Portion of the Week. Sunday school at 9:30 a.m. Dally school from 3:30 to 6:30. m Congregation Beth David (Conservative). 135 N.W. Third Aye. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. Late Friday evening services at 8:16. Rabbi Shapiro nnd Cantor Mamches will officiate. Saturday morning; ait 9 a m. Rabbi Shapiro will speak. Sunday school 10 a.m. Adult discussion group In synagogue every Suntoymoralng from 10:15 to 11:15 led by Rabbi ^Temple Isaiah (Reform). 1065 Dade Blvd.. Miami Beach. Rabbi David Raab. Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Raab will conduct the Service and preach the sermon on the subject. "Reform Judaism—V.hat Ml a. Corinne Coodman will be soloist. A reception will follow the services and the public Is Invited to attend. Mrs I B Keys, hospitality chairman. ill iu> in charge. Flowers will be present'", by Mrs. Fannie Moskowlte. Religious school Sunday at 10 a.m. Temple Israel To Sell Windows The Memorial Window Committee of Temple Israel has announced that it is now ready to sell memorials in the new stained-glass windows being installed in the temple. For information, call any of the following members of the committee: B. W. Slote, chairman, 7-0404; Leo Ackerman, 2-3151; Harry Boyell, 5-5868; Donald LaVigne, 2-1920; Dr. Frank Coret, 2-1215; J. Gerald Lewis, 82-7808; Max Orovitz, 5-0473; Jules Pearlman, 9-3607; Monte Selig, 5-7566; Herman Wall, 82-1541; Adolph Wertheimer, 2-3068; Rabbi Zwitman, 58-4793. EUGENE J. WEISS M. B. GARRIS Consulting Engineers PHONE 48-9876 Now Located at 622 S. W. 27th Ave. Well known Miami Beach C.P.A., says: My clients demand and receive prompt and efficient service from my organization. I, in turn, demand and receive the same excellent service when I travel through FARR, my travel agent, at all times. FARR "Your Travel Agent" £o$Uo his violin — his orchestra Limited engagements now accepted. Phones 89-1805, 2-4366 ——— uiu-.u^^y.uuuui i. F. GIVEN PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT • 420 Congress Bldg. 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PAGE TEN +JeistrkrkJk*ri Mrs. Silver*!< k i I I To Head WomoiTs I' nil irnsii ll'rif li Mrs Mark Sih been elected president of the North Shore Women's Chapter of B'nai B'rith. Charles R. Jacobson t B*nai B'rith Council, announced Elected to serve as first, set and and third vice presidents the Mesdarr.es Maloolrr. First. David Schiffman and Selnui Leban. Other officers are treasurer Mrs. Louis Sherman; recording secretary. Mrs. V. h In Ri( i financial secretary, Mrs Hal Evans: rorresj nding secr< tary Mrs. He : ben C 0 h t ::: m Mrs. Stanley Phillips .. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF INTENTION TO VAKE APOl. CATION FOR FINAL DISCHAI ,.„_ \ • PA1 !*T1 [IDA — > -. %  N N V %  %  % %  •' \ 4 22-29 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS \JVE LAW NOTICE IS IVEN that Mrs. Ben b-eidler: •-. an, Mrs Allan Wagner: sentinel, *" -M... e ci %  t 22 N. E Jf* = Stol Mrs Leo S Mrs 1 i .-, Circuit Curt M f i the Mesdames Sara S Uoway, Fred Somersteu r EN Clare: Samuels, Lou S EN josei n .. nuss -....,.. N N lA % %  ::• n. Sol S '.' L .Alt. roe: r, Bcr. G %  -Seorg* ::. S Altman and B Hoffi The Nort Sh ? B'nai B group ir. LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICE ZSE^jyV NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ngage in %  • %  ; | .une Of \ it, Parti Rel Uding Division „ : \ w • • Miami, Florreglster -aid name with the Clark rf the Cli ill Court of RRIS ZUCKERMAN S le I '' %  > • % %  i •-;•-;.-:.• 6 NOTICE TO CREDITORS %  %  %  : %  : .%  • N %  DADE COUNT? A — i\ : R \ il.iv! Against Said %  %  i, or -_....... „ "". : % % %  %  C itl l N..I s to 1; .•' •. spi ing :i erA] ; K.i|1.1ii AaiiKMl To nVH r --• I to i ug \ge in .. .. || name of K '. ito Partt at number 1460 N.w. 20th Street in the City of Miami. n tei register the said With the Clerk of the Circuit : [ ; %  %  .• C %  • it}", Florida. SANF RD i: EMERMAN NOVITZ. WEINK1 \ VITZ • II ant %  • • .; •-:-....• NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW \ riCE IS Y GIVEN 1 I sign, r to I >se in the fict itloua %  / •__ N Mian I, Fl la Inti nd to ne wii • • k • tCourt unty, I la. FRANK r. DRIQUEZ RIQU V.7. nd %  le owners %  • %  s ] s %  ,-• %  • ante %  r 4 i • • xi annual %  .':•."..inctions • f J Co: • 'enters YWHAs, : .i %  -" %  %  .. U JWB P f M Kluta %  %  : • Workmen's Circle Branch Holds Annual 3rd Seder 5 C S %  Sun lay at i LvI j ".--.' %  5. Ali i LEGAL NOTICE .. f the Last W 'HELL, % %  %  '.' :\ N ORDER OF PUBLICATION .' OF THE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW N E IS H V GIVEN that t-neage in %  the Net Itloui name of H •.: "16 N Miami Avenue. I' [ntendi :• re| %  • %  irlth the Clerk of the Cir.-. C I le County, Florida. •' RRIS BERER. Lessee I -:.:--.• B i NOTICE LNDER FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW NOTICE IS GIVEN that •.pr t ei trace ir. %  -%  • ; is i une of %  : 2ni Avenue, .. tntendi to r<%  > Itl erk '. the Cir• • %  %  • •. K>r;.!a. CHARLES R SEN Owner K FABER • ney for Applicant • %  -:' U NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that .; to engage In -%  titi II ."•.:•::.<: of I l N. E. 2nd t reflater sa'.d name lark of the Circuit Gjurt I I -v. pi, rida. iTtRIS A KAUFMAN S> le Owner) IN AND -v RT iXE %  r A;.;:!cant • City Auto Tnick'Spring Eh -.. at :: • Street Mian I Fl %  .r with the NOTICE LNDER FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW N ~ 'E IS V OrVEN that •. i n| age in HI • r.ame of :E %  0 i==£i= IN %  -' %  I.-,.r %  %  : A Z : LE.VT %  %  • • F • 11 %  "'. N : :E -o C = E: *C = S IN TH • -. :N AN; ; :. CNTY N : Havr.li Ari. urt of Dade PAUL E AN! REWS I WILLIAM X" KERMAN NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW %  : IS HEREBY GIVEN 0 A the lealr-.n* • t-.*-ace >AM SIL\ ER .-.-.the • • %  r for PUIntlff NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business und.r the fictitious name of PEOPLE'S MEAT SUPPLY: PEOII E'S MEAT MARKET; PEOPLES MARKET; PEOPLE PRODUCE: PEOPLE'S PRODUCE MARKET; at number 2323 N B. Miami Court In the City of Miami. Florida, Intends rter the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. I>K< '1 I.E'S MEAT SUPPLY. INC. By J08EPH CHAK. Treas. GEORGE .1. TAI.1ANOKF, Attorney for Applicant 420 Lincoln Road l.l-S-li-22 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN" THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN A.NU FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. 1233.'>4. THOMAS E CHAMBERS. Plaintiff, vs. RUTH IDA CHAMBERS. Uefendnnt. THE STATE OF FLORIDA: • RUTH IDA CHAMBERS Box U.02. Sheffield, Pennsylvania You are hereby notified and ordered to appear to Plaintiff's Bill of Com: In the above styled cause on or before the 2i day of April. 1949. otherwise the allegations therein contained will be taken as confessed by :• i DATED at Miami. Dade County. Florida, this 24 day of March. 1949. E H LEATHERMAN, clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIGE. Deputy Clerk. JOSEPH W. MALEK Solicitor for Plaintiff 1703 Congress Building •• ml 32, Florida 1 23 4/1-S-15 LEGAL NOTICE Countv. KI...-I.I .. as S-nerlff r,t .'"I virtue of a ceii*i„ ^* nfB Issued out of the AwrJ of E **ni7. of Dade Countv \i 0 !l ^ M, f t N cause entitled a c' d ?.V ln a SS Horlda Tire P..V. TI "" n Pii Florid, o„^„!^^ MM6.. have ..„ e n ,5 Ca "f X. k'ood-top work N, up$ lane*.us autom 1—metal tabl %  nig light; 2—metal ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN" CHANCERY, No. 1234S4 FRANK KASPSHAK. Plaintiff, vs. ANNA KASPSHAK, Defendant. THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO: ANNA KASPSHAK I %  Er.gert Avenue oklyn. New York You are hereby required to file your • ; • a ranee in the above-styled cause on or before the 30 day of April. 1949: vise the allegations of the BUI mplalnt for Divorce In said cause will be taken as confessed by you. DATED at Miami. Florida' this 30 day of March. 1949. E B LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKINO. Deputy Clerk SAM SILVER :tor for Plaintiff !7"3 Conrress Building Miami, Florida 4 l-S-15-22 Miscellaneous \"t \,lfZ Wlll >"£ 1-6" bench nu** get* bag: canvas convertible covert"."!' '* roller work table" i t£5* : I-tt3 hydraulic j. ; : fI ~ ,00, 11 Ubk?^ '"'k chair llW&ajJlnt vacuum control vuwFJ******: U 2-oxygen tank> B .,C? U *'tk; 2-air tanks. 1-ifrei* ai 1 W t-f .UAUr; 2-m,^ ln Wjj2 S—tail pipes. 4—7-80 l i ,h,lv 4 and other tubes: 'b-iark!" 1 *, ,ul 6—large metal cabinet, t L lH a; nets; 1-air .o.i,p re Bi or 4 7! U ^ ister; 1-addlng n^chiiT^" 1 r lboxes with hydrauUc fe *-* ment; 2-metal chest, wt? WMtpm equl?m,„? &* %  able; 1-oiler; i-'i.,t"?machine; l-i ar lhe; '~ --metal stools-*', 8 4rch machine; 1—file effi. } ~>*V mately 16 cartons of mi.,uf proa nuts bolts, gaakets and &""" mobile pans ana acceS ,** equipment for working on d cleaners, paint, etc. I-IHIL 1 '*; Truck Serial No 33-1 1'.fum d To Florida License No. j rfflft 1W Information concerning thi, .'„,?'^ call 9-1857; ar ^fifr* fled that I will sell the said S2e8 best bidder for cash at the SuJto of the Dade Countv Courtho-L h the City of Miami. Dane CSRJ' Ida. on the 2nd day of xiav ^ between the hours of n-iwi „•..; A.M. and 2:, PM. M Md c J* beinemade to satisfy said tx.cZ together With costs Inching *.',*, maSSST l !,ay for a Dated this 2fi day of March a JIMMY SULLIVAN Sheriff of Dade ''ounty, Honh By: A. G, HARKNESS Cushman & Woodard. Auvs'aiUt 710-12 Blscayne Bldg 4 l-S-15-22 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COl/RT OF THE I'.th Jl'DICIAL CIRCCIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FU.RIDA — IN CHANCERY. No 123485. KATHERINE RZEPIELA. Plaintiff. vs. JoHN RZEPIELA. Defendant. THE STATE c.F FI>ORIDA: TO: JOHN ftZEPIELA. 5 42 Grand Avenue Brooklyn 22, New York You are herebv required to file your NOTICE TO APPEAR ; h-arance to Plaintiff's Bill of ComIN THE CIRCI'IT Cc >l"RT OF THE ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCCIT cr.rRT OF m 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IX AXO FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDAIN CHANCERY. So. 32343T EDITH KIPRA1S, Plaintiff, vs MB, VIN" KIPRAIS, Defsndsnt To KELVIN KIPRAIS 435 Ft. Washington Ave. New York. N. Y. You are hereby or '."red to file rt appearance of answer to the bill ol complaint for divorce filed agaisa you by EDITH KIPR.VIS on or Mm the 28 day of April, 1S49. other** the allegations of said bill will be taken as confessed aealnst you DONE AND ORDERED THIS S day of March. 19 E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court 'Circuit Court Seali By R. H RICE, JR. Deputy Clerk GEORGE J. TAI.1ANOFF Solicitor for Plaintiff 4/1-1-15-22 I la nt I r Dh rce in the above styled -•on or before the 30 day of April, 14. therwlse the allegations of said Bill will be taken as confessed by you DATED at Miami. Florida, this 30 day of March. 1941. E. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court, ircult Court Uv.iD By WM. W STOCKINO. Deputy Clerk. •3 Comrrrss Building 'K %  • • • ..vr< it Flag' coagri -st Fia., Intends to ?*i*?V. F:,:,rlda dth the Clerk of M I%  -!•%  I ?:-.-. cf Dade County. B -EN P I :: < 1-1-15-22 NOT CE wNDER FICTITIOUS N-tVE LAW 18 HEREBY GIVB4 that ng to engage In r. i r % %  '. %  ..: is l NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. £ AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. :. 4. NA .Ml HAND. Plaintiff, vs. EDWARD HAND, Defendant EDWARD HAND Per.n MoKee Hotel 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCI'IT OP Fl^iRIDA. IN AND Fi'R DADE COUNTY. — IN CH.XNCERT, No I2S< MARGARET T. I.EHRER, Plaintiff, vs. ALBERT LEHRER, Defer.du!. You. ALBERT I.EHRER, 154-4* 11th Avenue. Beechlrirst, Long Island, New York, are notified to file Tf appearance In the above cause !* divorce on the Mh day of May, AD. 1949. otherwise decree pro UOlfHB will be entered against you. Dated this 5 day of April, AD1549. E. B LEATHERMAN. Clert (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEWE, Deputy Clert. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney at Law 1023 Seybold Building Miami. Florida t 3-16-22-M ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCCIT CUL'KT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCCIT IN AND PI IR DADE COUNTY, FLORIWIN CHANCERY. No 123559. THERESA MOORE, Plaintiff, JOHN MCKJRE. Defendant THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO: JOHN MOORE 53 Tonnele Avenue Jersey City. New Jersey You are hereby required to file >[ appeanmce to Plaintiffs Bill of Co" plaint for Divorce in the abo v e-t>i cause on or before the 2nd da May. 1949: otherwise the allegstiow of said Bill will be taken as w fessed bv vou. ,, w t DATED at Miami. Florida, tnu day of April, 1949. „--BV* (Circuit Vltt D w> ^g* Deputy ClerkF R %  -: :-: NT ; "HE STATE F Fl T N %  % %  %  FAN' %  styled %  %  E B LE I M F %  '' E ?. f V asstlf! Egress B".dx 4L.1S-2J-S ARCNOVITZ "-*• Solicitors for Plaintiff 4 '--"-15-22 : z B LE-'.T: By V. m 4 %  ;:-.%  _. %  • -• %  aa:nst •h day UTHERKAN ft. H RJCB JR TAUAXOfT 1 • .. I rv O/JPER OF PUBLICATION I.N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THP ;T "/ !" AL CIRCUIT IN AND f$\StS^. rN 'TY, FIX-RIDA.IN CHANCERY. No. 123374 VHVr I i Hl 0 PS ,'^V Plalntlff v MAR. •'A-..-HA j, R. HUDSON ft nth Peiry -ry. Alabama. ARE HEREBY ORDERED to OUT appearance or answer to the omplaint for divorce filed £ > w i w b >' SAR.VH HUDSON on win 'Zll "V h *'irtlons of said Bill n n vr ,l "", l "l. c i nf "'" 1 against you Of' March. ft l d 949 ORDERED "^ U day E B LEATHERMAN. ,cirr„i, n~ C1 i rk or circuit Court. 'Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING. TURK A NEWMAN D PUty a rk SAM SILVER tt It r for Plaintiff •,7"3 Congress Building Miami 32, Florida 4. S-15-22-29 IN CHANCERY. No.„' 2 ''p.. lnt |ff, HELEN WELLS fSS^tn^ vs. GORGE DEWEY PUFFbK. TO^G^ORGE DEWEY PU^ER, Defendant :'.4 West Fayette Street Syracuse. New York ppt ,r You are hereby ordered to sgjj In the above styled cause for p OB or before April M., 19 "' entered ere* Pro Confesso will M 'tt'AXP ORDERED this ^ of March. A.D. 1949 _. THEB MAN'. .Circuit Court w Se.. W ggBfr TURK A NEWMAN 430 Unctdn Road 4vl-l-15-U MHHKHI piMHHHHBMBKMS^f'



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PAGE FOUR +JelstntrkJkir FRIDAY, A PRH 22, EDITORIAL Jewish History Week The nationwide observance of a Jewish History Week." April 243(1 pkma tor which were jnade public at the recent annual meeting of the American Jewish Historical Society ought to go a long way toward achieving a keener awareness or the Jewish rc'.e in (be American story ana the depth of Jewish roots in American life. It is, of course, highly appropriate for the Society, which has :c: more than hal: a century been devoting itself with ccrr.rr.endable intent to the accumulation c: American Jewish historical material—ana which is now under the sponsorship or the National Jewish Welfare Board—la initiate and carry cut tr.is newest cultural enterprise in Jewish life. The Society as its -^^"y meeting its 47th proved and as the Jewish History Week undertaking emphasizes has reentered the mainstream ct Jewish activity and should seen he attracting to itself the support end enthusiasm its vital and devoted efforts in this field so richly merit The Society s plans c observance of Jewish History Week. It bat issued en impressive array c: pamphlets dealing with varicus phases c: Jewish history in tins country and presenting a -.vide range c: program sug;utv observances c: Jewcr a tull-rancched cestiens for lecal ish History Week. The Society's aims in promoting this event are to build up an understanding of current movements trends, and problems m the American Jewish community tc develop cr. appreciation c: the Jewish ideals c: democracy that have influenced the shape c: American democracy tc examine Jewish achievements to America end like matters of substantial and enduring interest. It is hoped that Jewish ccmmunit.es ihreughrui the country recognising the value of Jewish History Week curl responding whole-heartedly THE SOWER event as well as c memcreile end rewarding one in the years calendar. A success:— ccser.-cr.ee ef Jewish History Week can emphatically he the means of stunulet.ne en intelligent creetive lively and sustained interest in Jewish history the year round. •ft'us in Agriculture The Jew today is essentially an urbanite al though interestingly enough in ancient times t was held against us that we were much too a ricultural. Circumstances have altered us. The wand ings of the Jew, the various edicts against Jews owning any land have tended to make us a com mercial and industrial folk instead of a peasantry Yet deep in the Jewish heart there has always lurked a nostalgia for the rural life. It was not easy, however, to effect the change after so lono an absence from these pursuits. g The most notable success in that direction is of course in Israel, where Jews have shown themselves very able agriculturalists. But there have been efforts made here in Americe in the same direction. Back of these efforts, in the main, has been the Jewish Agricultural Aid Society. Gabriel Davidson, executive director of the Jewish Agricultural Aid Society, has just issued his annual report and it contains seme meat for though on this subject. The Jewish Ariculturol Society works along a conservative program, but within the scope of that program it is' working very effectively. This report for instance shows that of some 415 families who were cided in establishing themselves on farms in the five-year period between 1943 and 1947, only ::rty-seven pulled up their stakes and moved hack to the city. This is a very good showing, as one may well imagine. It is not easy to exchange the while collar for the open jacket and plow the rugged earth after long inaction of the muscles. The Jewish Agricultural Society has obtained farm employment. Mr. Davidson further reveals, for more then 2J,Q00 Jewish young men. This work is still but a seed, te borrow a metaphor from the farm, but we know how bigs seed may grow. The Jewish Agricultural Society is helping show the way. "Between You and Me 9 By H:?.:S SMOLAR Copyrij : :.-.: It i Telegraj u Agency Ire THE UNITED NATIONS: v and not u proceed t th Jej session 7r.tr jffici v. ill : that they rannoi the United States s I n I t Z 0 A is to U in X V -; is ially. i ... i more to it Z C A ers art alrr.c st certaij it at %  • %  • • : the Acti as C N braei as Acr.;everr.er.t ... Jen pent • %  %  • %  --.-.. which may __. • • .---" t.-.at if not for 1 -...%  • • • : -_ 7 ,_. -. ...... Palestine j they :. -. '..: UN %  %  -' % % %  e are i nces that th< And they ;. A ielegates an i fact that • %  -. rrty vot Act P .'....'. ~ '.:'. i ----VN Ralph Bunche tl it any such '" % %  .5 V.• '-- %  sa-f j er not % %  %  te at all in the J refer the J. it; is ID [ pro-S CTi.. .:--" %  -• % %  %  : tj hear U-N lead: wiping: I l< el as an exampl -. -.v.%  It I i %  %  'Jr.\i i '' I %  %  -ai ::< %  ;confident Jepends n interVm&TZJS?* \% E^VST Any tna;:: s-i:-: ;e-:, s<..*-, c f4 ., -5 1.1 _-. •-SfCt A:-;; •.,., V,-. :t r ICA. TRENDS DIPLOMATIC TALK: In the tic 3 iissatt'retri Nations, %  -' ~ %  v-.• ranks :: tee Z.:n rompiimenti rf America with. Telephone* 2-1141—2-JWH H *wwpoone a net—g-wiz OmCE and PLANT FRED K. SHOCHET E: t:' t'i o.i ,-: v v _Z. .'.-•• Ar.irrs Z %  t'N ?fficials in the interest* of tee ..-. ^:-i ; .-mmm v r ^t*K Cf~^~. the United Nations rathe. -. Mai ZCA l !" w %  ^"^ str — the Is ^rversrrent Dr i--lilitary Court < iMivicis 5 Xazis runrur. -i.V.H IG UTA —Five of aides were convicted ••: in the plotting of _" ;-. in American war Sir.ce the e o33-page judgment '*. I in leys n court, r.t of sentences is i I expect re Thursday. E • n W izaecker. I! State is -.he Nazi I nnsr Nazi who f 21 defendants. found guilty of plotting aggress war against Czecho^iiaTr.is is the first time i since the conviction of IS top -j, GoerNazis, inducing r ^n mg. that any Gerr^r %  • ^ convicted on the cta.ge *— cons warfare.



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FRIDAY, APRIL 22. 1949 *k*isllkridic*t) PAGE ELEVEN kale Of Seals To Benefit Blind Seals from the Miami LightIhouse for the Blind have been LTvcred to residents of Greater Miami in connection mto the annual Lighthouse seal sale Hal S. Pelton, vice president and chairman of the seal committee, an[nounced. Purpose of the seal sale is to If the Lighthouse, which receives Us entire support from the sale of seals contributions, and memberships in the organization. The Lighthouse provides free pve examinations, glasses and elass eyes for needy clients, along with a'complete training, employment and recreational program for those who already have lost I n connection with the seal drive open house is being held at the Lighthouse this week when visitors are being given the opportunity to see the work being done by the blind in the main building at 601 S.W. Eighth Ave. and in the adjacent industrial building. Articles produced by the blind, such as rubber door mats, caned chairs, rugs, baby blankets, table cloths and napkins are on display and may be purchased. Mrs. Henry 0. Shaw and Mrs. George Bava are in charge of the open house arrangements. Assisting Pelton with the seal sale are the Lighthouse officers, Dr. Baseom H. Palmer, president; Mrs. George C Estill, vice president; Maurice R. Harrison, treasurer, and Mrs. Carl F. Lambert, secretary. Temple Isaiah Dedicates Scroll When Temple Isaiah on Miami Beach formally dedicated its new Torah last Friday night, a unique ceremony marked the event. A sequence of presentations, started by Congregational President Julius Jay Perlmutter, saw the new Torah pass through the hands of a grandfather, a father aad a son before it finally was received by Rabbi David Raab, spiritual leader of the congregation. Aaron Courshon first recieved the scroll from Perlmutter as a grandfather. Courshon passed it on to Benjamin W. Tuppler, who turned it over to his son, Milton. Final presentation was made by Milton to Rabbi Raab. The Torah, hand-lettered on parchment, was made for the congregation in Palestine. Shown above are the newly elected officers of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith. They are (seated 1. to r.) Irving Saal, financial secretary; David Sluzin, treasurer; Jerome Weinkle, second vice president; John Kronenfeld. president; Sidney Aronovitz, first vice president; Frank Jaffee, recording secretary; (standing 1. to r.) Louis Heiman, trustee; Herbert Blume, Hillel advisor; Edward Newman, assistant monitor; Marx Faber, monitor; Irwin Weinstein, warden; Ted Sakowitz, Hillel advisor; Marvin Rauzin, guardian; Sam Silver, trustee. Other officers not shown in the picture are Perry Botwin, Hillel advisor; Bill Pallot, trustee; Milton Friedman, trustee: Alex Cohen, trustee; Burnett Roth, trustee. Herzl's Remains To Be Transferred To Israel TEL AVIV, (JTA)—The remains of Dr. Theodor Herzl, founder of the modern Zionist movement, will be transferred to Israel this year and interred on Mt. Carmel, according to his wishes, Dr. A. Lauterbach, of the World Zionist Organization, announced. Dr. Lauterbach said that obstacles which had previously blocked agreement on transferring the Herzl remains had now been overcome, although many Zionists are still insistent that the remains should be interred in Jerusalem. Dr. Herzl died in 1904 and is buried in Vienna. Judges For Skit Xight Announced Judges for Potpourri, the annual skit night sponsored bv the Beta Theta Chapter of Phi Sigma Sigma sorority, are Eve Tellegen, JacTt Bell, D. R. Larson, Doris Reno and Murray Weinger. The event will be held in Bayfront Park auditorium Saturday night. Recently elected archon of Phi Sigma Sigma was Doris Shapiro, while Sylvia Selevan was named vice archon. Others elected include Joan Kirschenbaum, tribune; Ann Rosen thai and Natalie Friedman, pledge mother. I. R. Goodman Speaks "The Inside Story of America's Contribution to Israel" was the subject of I. R. Goodman's address before a meeting of the Spinoza Forum Saturday, April 16, at 3:30 p.m. Goodman, who is chairman of the Miami Beach Zionist Emergency Council, gave a behind-the-scenes record of the aid which America has given to Israel. Dr. Abraham Wolfson presided at the meeting. Bureau Will Send Youth To Camp The Bureau of Jewish Education will send a boy or girl to a Jewish camp this summer, according to an announcement by A. P. Gannes, director. At the camp, the youth will be able to continue his Jewish education, in addition to participating in the regular camp activities. The scholarship was established by Mrs. Matilda Ratner in memory of her husband, Charles A. Ratner. 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PAGE TWO +JeistncridHarT_ FRIDAY, APRIL 22, I'll Say... By HARRY SIMONHOFF A Kibbutz On The Mississippi (Harry Simonhoff is on an extended tour of Western United States. For the post two weeks he has written of Jewish life and history of areas included in his itinerary.) ..In 1880, the world seemed shocked at the news that the nor. They wore found unsuitable. Proceeding on the theory that a gift horse has never won a race, a prominent business man offered to sell a large tract on easy gradual payments with 2 years taxes free. A committee of three went on an inspection tour of 10 days Czars had inaugurated their pol! and found part of the land fence icy of persecuting Jews. Folin: about half of the tract lowing the outbreak of the May been cultivated and con Laws pogroms, the Union of several houses. The crops were beginning to sprout, to be sure; but it seemed impossible to cope with the weeds that sprang up in such abundance. Its Failure Thev began to take stock of their neighbors. The acute minds from the Russian pale were not encouraged to find the native farmers poverty stricken and hopelessly sunk in failure and debt. When some began to shiver with cold and burn with heat. they learned about malaria for the' first time. Some began to leave and seek jobs in factories or take up the peddler's pack. But the knockout blow occurred hai j in April. 4 months after the aus"[• ed picious beginning. The MississipI ney pi rose, broke through the levc tees, American "Jewish Congregations brought back a favorable report, ^d^ flooded their lands. Against • s evil, argument availed not. The !1 every and abandoned their investment to the mosquitoes, the vating heat, and the angry •Old Mar River." As in all post-mortems, the ..-.. J recriminal followed. It The contingent of '. • ,i that the colonists pie consisud of 11 farmers t .. : -. marsh lands sent out circulars uring help for the Russian Jewish refugees. A telegram was sent by Gov. McEnery of Louisiana to the Alliance Israelite Universalle offering a homestead of 160 acres to each immigrant willing to settle in his state. In our own day. we lived to witness callous indifference as the radios blared out the cremation of millions at the incinerators. Refugees from Russia New Orleans Jewry took quite seriously the telegram and the circulars. At a meeting, S5000 was subscribed and a committee appointed to investigate the lands in the parishes of Allakapas and Calcasieu offered by the goverIn the town of Harris':-..:-. La., a mass meeting was addressed by Judge Elam. Resolutions of welcome were formally ad >] the townsmen and local fa] The immigi ants b< gan I > ai rive. From Kiev car..; ?? I ilies and 25 from Eli GERTLER TOP SOIL CO.| Expert* in LANDSCAPING Our Specialty—New Construction! BITTER BLUE SOD Wholesale—Retail PHONE 2-4032 MIAMI'S OLDEST FURNITURE MOVERS •; '1 i WANTED LOAD OR PART LOAD TO AND FROM NEW YORK OR VICINITY.. ALSO THE MIDDLE WEST AND CALIFORNIA 5 v New Orleans, to I in 40 hours by boat an Jews were not ud of their a*pt at col :'.. The story old have beer. each, a sizable sun ;• %  • rotten but for the when cotton sold at 3c a ; ixnd. • •.• ax Heller, who left account in his Jubelee Sou laborers and I ers, teach artizans were not of that eat called chalutzim. S a 1 resources. About 9 refug able to kick into the kitt\ 6c could buy a quart of milk, I a dozen eggs. 25c a matun er. and S10 would suppo • growing family. The Mont:: Agricultural Aid Society of New York added S2800 to the fund collected from the New Orleans community. Altogether the invested capita! aggregated the respectable sum of S20.000. Their Enthusiasm The colonists selected as leader and foreman, one of their number. Herman Rosenthal. a man of scholarly attainment, who later assisted in editing the Jewish Encyclopedia. The first group of 48 males were now all set. It being Har.ukah. the community • • m a blow out at a festively decorated hotel. On the same day. they were naturalized as An ei ican citizens. After the court eremony, they marched with tlags. banners, and lanterns and proceeded to serenade the Rabbis and their benefactor. Mr. Newman. Enthusiasm ran high. F ends and well wishers saw them off as they embarked on board for Si< • [si nd. Colony on Sicily Island After a month, Mr. Rosenthal's letture assures the New Orlean; back' I ,.t their confidence [would be fully justified. Hopeful of success. h< hsts the trees cut down: the roads repaired: renirs of Temple Sinai, published in 1922 Comparison with Belu I;.,. of irse, tempting to maki : "-> with """' el ; 'v yshew in Palestine. Every one knows the story of Belu, founded at about the same time. The obstacles that confronted this settlement were even greater than in Louisiana. But the historical issue was not the same. There was no ideal involved on Sicily Island. If the colonists could not make a go of this venture, there no special virtue in prolong. usi l< ss, even if heroic, fight. But the pioneers, who forsook Russia under the masthead Beth Jacob L'ehu v'nailcha, (House of .1 b, come let us go) could not d to fail. For it was due to the unswerving determination, the back-breaking labors, the devoted idealism of those heroic chaluzim f at on May 14. 1948. Medinas Israel was reborn. ACH BORSCHT SCHAV DELICIOUS HOT OR CHILLED Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 14 N.E. 24th St.. Miami 37. Flo. Phone 3-6866 Mendelsohn's i I'm MM Nnnii mi niiHiwm %  STRICTLY KOSHER iMiRMHi;; Restaurant LONG DISTANCE DOOR-TODOOR Transit Insurance Available On All Shipments WITHERS VAN LINES 1000 NX. 1st Ave. Ph. 3-2667 llcbbs To Sponsor Quiz Show. Dance A quiz show and dance will be sponsored by the Debbs Chapter, BBYW. tomororw night at 9 o'clock at the Ritz Plaza Hotel, the Dons Brown, president, has anwells dug; he 200 acres plowed | r.ounced. and sewn with grain; the corn Proceeds of the affair will be ar.d vegetables planted: the 45 us< d to purchase layettes for acres fenced in: the 3 new cotfamilies in Israel and to support tages added to the 2 larger houses some of the local B'nai B*rith already on the land. Then complaints began to come in. Only 2 yoke of cattle and 2 mules fo: thi entin colony. The heat and humidity hard to takeby people accustomed to cold commur.ity service programs. Prizes will be awarded to winning contestants in the quiz show. Chairman of the benefit affair will be Marcia Canr.er. who will be assisted bv Doris climes. The lack of drinking Klein. Thelma Schwartz, Charwater—brackish and bad as it i lotte Sandier, Bobbie Schwartz was. 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pmav. APRIL 22, 1949 *Jeisli mhrSdlgan PAGE FIFTEEN Ten Scholarships To Brandeis Camps To Be Awarded To Miami Youth Leaders The youth vear. Greater Miami Zionistcamps, and a special institute for Commission, under the music and dance will be conducted at Santa Susana, Calif, for a period of seven weeks. Applications may be obtained by writing to the Zionist Youth Commission, 235 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach or calling 58-4643. Z~e*££Jtif% has m n, al X D s to Brandeis Camp gSSrSn be..awardecl_ this The committee in charge ouarciing these scholarships Eludes Rabbi Leon Kronish, 'Lm an Charles J. Amdur, S'Blumberg A. P. Cannes, R r Abraham Goodman, Gus Jcobson. Mrs. H. C. Moser Mrs. jandon Schwarz. Dr. M. Miche son, H. Pomcrantz and Mrs. Miri B??feis n Camps are conducted each vear for people between the fees of 18 and 25 for the purpose 0 f stimulating their interest in the Jewish people, history and immunity and equipping them vith a background of Jewish history, folk-dancing and singing. The program at the three Brandeis Camps in Winterdale, Pa Hendersonville, N. C, and Santa Susana, Calif., is so arranged as to allow ample opportunities for study, work and recreation. Courses are given in: Jewish Life and Problems on the American Scene;-Problems Facing World Jewry; History, Theory and Practice of Zionism; Achievements and Problems of Jewish Palestine; Principles of Group Work, Two hours daily are devoted to group singing and folk dancing. There are lectures, discussions, seminars, preparation of papers and programs as well as workshops for groups interested in arts and crafts, leadership techniques and programming. Apart from the systematic courses which will be conducted by a permanent staff of competent instructors, the institute will have a number of visiting lecturers, each outstanding in his field, who will discuss subjects" of interest. Evenings are devoted to a social program, including singing, dancing, dramatics, camp-fire. This is planned by the campers themselves, with the assistance of the staff. A well-equipped reference library is at the disposal of the members of Brandeis Camp Institute. All young Jewish people between the ages of 18 and 25 are qualified to apply for entrance into Brandeis Camp Institute which conducts three camps in the United States, the first and oldest in Winterdale, Pa.; the Clinic Dedication Slated For Sunday Miami will be provided with the latest weapons against cancer Sunday when the Dade County Cancer Institute is formally dedicated. The new building which is adjacent to Jackson Memorial Hospital, will operate as a detection clinic. A diagnostic and treatment clinic will be added later and ultimate plans call for a complete cancer hospital. The $300,000 building will be open to the public during the entire day. Members of the board of the institute and nurses from Jackson will serve as guides on tours of the building. The Dade County Cancer Institute and the American Cancer Society are conducting a membership drive for $97,450. Oscar Miller, chairman of the drive, urged all persons in Dade County to visit the building and see personally the facilities for the fight against cancer. Stating that cancer kills 3,000 residents of Florida each year, Miller said, "The campaign is a dedicated effort to educate the people of Dade County to the danger of the disease and the importance of regular examinations and early detection. Discovery of the disease in the early stages is the surest means of control." The institute will help carry on the research program under way at the University of Miami, the University of Florida and the Veterans Administration. The University of Miami will provide five professors in Pathology, Bacteriology, Pharmacology and Physiclogy, Biochemistry and Anatomy. The Veterans Administration is to supply basic laboratories. With the aid of the Damon Runyon Cancer Fund, the university will maintain and staff one of the finest breeding colonies in the country. The university has second in Santa Susana, Calif, provided the housing in an airand the third, to be conducted conditioned, fireproof building tor the first time this year, at %  Hendersonville, N. C. Brandeis Sen. Popper To Speak At 31V.MII I' n i l Installation A capacity crowd is expected to hear Senator Claude Pepper when he speaks at the installation banquet of the Miami Beach Lodgeof B'nai B'rith to be held Sunday evening at 6:30 at the Saxony Hotel. The new officers will be installed by Milton A. Friedman, president of the Florida Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges. George J. Talianoff is chairman of the affair and reservations may be made by calling 5-2435. Emma Lazarus Unit To Give Party May 1 The Emma Lazarus Chapter. Business and Professional Women of B'nai B'rith, will hold its annual party for paid-up members Sunday, May 1, at 8 p.m. in the penthouse of the Atlantis Hotel, according to an announcement by Dorothy Rader, membership chairman. Connee Kahn is in charge of the buffet table anc Bea Kalstein will handle the music arrangements. Collins Trcfrisport & Terminal Corp. Is Happy to Offer You Unlimited Space For Wareousing and Storage Rail Sidings — Pool Car Distribution Phone 3-0789, Pier I, Bldq. 8, Municipal Docks where scientists may have access to ^every known type of experimentally transmissable tumor. Every strain of experimental animal will be bred. There will thus be available a complete workshop for research workers. The researchers are carrying on basic studies to search for new substances that may have some effect upon cancer, as well as revealing the course of the disease. The University of Florida has initiated a program of cancer research in which physicists and chemists are emphasizing the use of radioactive substances. Camps, which are under the national directorship of Dr. Shlomo Bardin, formerly director of the American Zionist Youth Commission, are conducted for sessions of two and four weeks during July and August in all three EXIT LONELINESS FIND HAPPINESS NOW JOIN THE CIRCLE CLUB Chamber 0 f Commerce Building "' N. E. 3rd Ave., Room 501 PHONE 2-6242 Open 1 p.m. to 9 p.m. WRITE P. O. BOX 3468 pNO S W. |2th AV. MIAMI-, ym. 3-343LJ YOUR JEWISH NNERAL HOME MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Wholesale and Retail Grade A Pulverized and Processed Muck and Marl Any Mixture Bitter Blue Sod Soil and Fill of Any Kind Phone 4-0335 1813 S. 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ffAHpR Jr2Tl949 •* /PH/$# norldflairi Beach Zionists To Elect Hew Officers Th e annual meeting of the MihddMond^ at 8:30_p.m anii 'leach Zionist district will be day at 8:30 p.m. in the hall of Temple Beth SEES -cording to P Alfred stnnc president. rhairman of the nominating n,n ttoc Alex Van Straaten, S'dihes.ate of officers for SS coming year and elections will lake place, with only paid 1948-49 members voting. Delegates to the 52nd annual 7HA convention to be held during ^ration Day week-end at the Commodore Hotel, New York ritv will be appointed. All desirous of attending the convention are requested to call the Zionist office. 58-4643. this week. Alo on the agenda is the presentation of ZOA pins and autographed copies of "This Is Israel" by I. F. Stone to members who "did outstanding work during the recent membership camP Rabbi Leon Kronish will give a presentation of the slides which he made while on his recent inspection tour of Israel. Coincident with the end of the Passover holidays, members of the Miami Beach Zionist District will at this meeting inscribe their rames in a Roll of Honor as a token of participation in the efforts toward the establishment of the Jewish State and as an expression of determination to continue to share in the economic upbuilding of Israel. Dedicated to the biblical theme, "If I Forget Thee, O Jerusalem," the "Book of Remembrance" will be deposited for permanent safekeeping in the Central Library of the Israeli Government in Jerusalem as a testimonial to the American Zionist share in the recreation of the Jewish State and as a tribute to the struggle of the people of Israel for independence. A facsimile copy wil be presented to the Library of Congress in Washington, D. C. This inscription of names into the "Book of Remembrance" is taking place in ZOA Districts throughout the United States. Since only paid members only may take part in this meeting, President Alfred Stone urged that "every member who has not already done so should immediately send their 1948-49, Jewish Year 5109. dues to the Miami Beach Zionist District. 235 Lincoln Rd." B'nai B'rith Women Hold Party For Yets The B'nai B'rith Women of Sholen. Lodge held a party for the patients of the neuro-psychiatnc ward of Pratt General Hospital Saturday night, April 16. Highlight of the evening was a variety bill which included a piano-flute duet by Rita Quartin and Mary Ann Bender, music majors at the University of Miami: vocal selections by Milton A. Friedman, president of the Florida Federation of B'nai Brith Lodges, who also led in community singing; a hilbilly duet composed of Mrs. Joseph Nurenberg, president of the Women's League of the Miami YM-YWHA, and Mrs. Nathan Dubler. Mrs. Harold Rand, presidentelect, and Mrs. E. Klein assisted Mrs, Leonore Curtice, hospital chairman, in serving the refreshments. Mrs. Curtice has announced mat more volunteers for hospital work are needed. Anyone wishing to volunteer is asked to call her at 9-5715. AVC To Hold Rally On May 8 In accordance with the proclamation by AVC's national planning board that V-E day peace memorial rallies be held throughout the United States on May 8, the national and international affairs committee of the Miami Beach Chapter of the organization is making plans for a peace demonstration at the Flamingo Park bandshell on Mav 8 at 8:30 p.m. Included on the program will be two dramatic presentations, "The Last Days of the War" by Norman Corwin. Speakers of naArtliur Laurcnts and excerpts tional importance are slated to m,m n a Note of Triumph" by'appear on the program. Workmen's Circle Branch To Sponsor Variety Show A Jewish variety show will be sponsored by Branch No. 699 of the Workmen's Circle Sunday night at 8 o'clock at the Arbeit Ring Lyceum, 1545 S.W. 3rd St. Artists who will appear on the program are Mrs. Clara Langstar, Mrs. Taylor and Mrs. H. Zuckcrman. Jack Pablikar will serve as pianist and Harry Grenberg will direct the proceedings. Tickets are one dollar including tax. Pioneer Women To Meet A meeting of Club No. One of Miami Beach of the Pioneer Women's Organization will be held Tuesday, April 26, at Congregation Beth Tfilah, 935 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. All members are requested to bring bazaar tickets. A full report on the bazaar will be given at the meeting. I I FOR RENT 2-BcdiCom. Completely Furnished Duplex Apartment Children Welcome See Manager at 3165 S. 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pninA^ A ran. 22, 1949 +Jenisii Meridian PAGE THIRTEEN 46 Members Of Federation Committee Have Task Of Planning For Community ~i~t„~* ish Floridian on tnc Jewish pop(ttax C.Gettinger assistant \ u liliif Q ^ Miamj £P erecuine director f^f_ p !" ^ emphasized the tact that Miami ve ours is Jewish F<**ion_ and the fastest growing Jewish "conio/ the Community fSSSS Committee, was invited fn mrite the following article for "Eation in The Jewish pioridian.) niH it ever occur to you that -hen you sit down to study the family finances, to plan Junior s £e, to decide whether you're !" 3f for that new car or to buy home you are doing on a per2onl plane exactly what your nreatei Miami Jewish Federation £ called upon to do every day in the year with respect to the total Jewish community. In your case—it s planning for the future. In the case of the Jewish community—it s called Community Planning. The task of Community Planning is the very special assignment that has been turned over to a committee of 46 members, representative of all the local agencies and of the community as a whole, and headed by Stanlev C Myers, who is nationally recognized as a communal leader and who has just been elected for the third year in succession as president of the parent body of all Jewish federations throughout the country, the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds. Acting as secretary to this committee and carryingout its decisions is Max C. Gettinger, who was hired specifically by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation for the job of Community Planning. The future of our Jewish community—and that means you and your family—hinges on how well the Community Planning Committee knows its problems, how effectively the Federation and its local agencies meet the challenge of a growing population and the kind of financial support which the community is able and willing to give, to carry out the plans and projects of the Community Planning Committee. Not too long ago cities and municipalities came into being without planning and foresight. The poor results can be seen in many communities where the streets are too narrow for comfort, where factories are right next to residential areas, where bridges are built so low that they must be opened for every little lorry and interfere with the land traffic, and where the railroad passes through the center of the city and makes life uncomfortable for everyone. In recent years these cities have begun to plan more carefully and to consider not only the immediate needs, but the conditions as they should be for the next 10 and 25 years. Zoning laws have now become the order of the day and building permits can be obtained only if they conform to the master plan of the community. All this involves planning for the physical aspects of the community. But of equal importance, and particularly to our Jewish community, is planning for the welfare needs of our people, whether thev be cultural, recreational, religious or in the field of Jewish education. Moreover the social service needs of our community must be tied together so that aged group, the indigent, and all who require welfare services will be properly taken care Tlie recent articles in The Jewmunity in the United States—we now have a Jewish population of 40,000—and is increasing at the rate of 10 per cent every year. If we were hard-headed business people, we would take inventory of our community, its resources, its limitations and its needs. Such stock-taking should be a continuous process if our community is to develop constructively and with wholesome pattern and not merely grow as Topsy, without plan and purpose. When the Greater Miami Jewish Federation was first formed, it was primarily conceived as a central fund-raising body which would eliminate the many annoying and expensive separate campaigns. It was felt, and these past eleven years have confirmed this principle, that a single Combined Jewish Appeal would increase substantially the fund-raising results in our community. But this was not enough. Federation, it was argued, has an added responsibility to the local scene; if it had to raise money for the programs of the "Y's", the Bureau of Jewish Education, the Jewish Home for the Aged and for the other local agencies, it should ascertain with them whether they were meeting the needs of the community and what could be done about the unmet needs. And so there came into being the Community Planning Committee of Federation. One of the earliest problems tackled by this committee was a study of Jewish education in our community and the subsequent formation of the Bureau of Jewish Education. A second project was the study of the care of the aged and the development of a program for this group. The building needs of the Town and Beach "Y's" came under its purview and plans for capital fund raising became crystallized as a result of study sponsored by the Community Planning Committee. There are other implications to Community Planning which we must be ready to accept or else face the consequences which have befallen other communities where agencies acted without regard to community interest. Our recent population study indicated that Jewish communities are mushrooming in many sections of Dade County, too far from our present religious, educational and recreational centers to use the existing facilities. Unless we bring these sections into the orbit of our Jewish communal life, their JewishneSs will become attenuated, or at best such fragmentation will end in improperly planned and wasteful organization. The Bureau of Jewish Education has already taken cognizance of this problem and, with the financial support of Federation, promoted the formation of a Hebrew school to serve the areas of Coral Gables, Flagler-Granada and West Miami. Similarly, both the Town and the Beach "Y" have made available their professional staffs for the outlying sections to help them plan recreational programs. But these are only beginnings. The "Y's" and the Bureau recognize that they have only scratched the surface and that it will require considerably more study and effort to fulfill all the needs. Furthermore, if we should consider the present inadequate facilities of the "Y's" and the fact that less than one-third of the Jewish children of school age (between 5 and 18 years) are receiving a minimum amount of Jewish education, then the problem looms that much larger. In the field of aged care, the Community Planning Committee recently had occasion to study the problems, and plans have already been projected to remedy ( the inadequacy of the present Jewish Home for the Aged. There are other aspects to the problem of aged care. There are many old people who do not require institutional care, because reaching a certain age does not automatically make one a candidate for a home, but they may need special services. The Jewish Social Service Bureau is already servicing such individuals in their own homes, or placing them with families. Both "Y's" have also been carrying on extensive programs with their Golden Age, groups, providing them with recreational and cultural activities. This, too, becomes party of Community Planning so that the existing program can be extended and coordinated. Planning for the health needs of our community must also be related to what is required at the present as well as what are the probable needs 10 or 25 years from now. If the hospital, for example, is to take care of the chronically ill, that may affect the kind of a Home for the Aged which should be developed. Many more problems still remain. Their solution cannot always keep pace with the rapid growth of our community; but more often, only the concerted effort and will of the community can bring relief. Ours is a voluntary association interested in the historic ideals and common heritage of the Jewish people. If we are to continue to grow and develop our culture so that it will be indigenous to the American Jewish scene, we must, not only plan for it—we must live up to it. Shown reading the Torah which was presented lo the Hebrew Academy Sunday evening by Mrs. Rose Ehrenreich and her sons, Jacob and Milton, are (1. to r.) Ephraim Mescheloff, Joseph Lauer and Sandy Andron. More than 60 students of the academy participated in the ceremonies. Forum Features Presentation Of Ibsen's Peer Gynt A dramatic reading of Henrik Ibsen's "Peer Gynt," with an interprotive dance as an integral E art of the production, was the ighlight of the Freedom House forum Sunday. Mrs. Betty Chown, soloist with Ted Shawn, was producer of the show. Molke Reich read the female parts. Scott Griffen portrayed Peer Gynt. Paula William, young Negro artist, performed Anitra's Dance to the Grieg music which was specially written for "Peer Gynt." •IIM Announces I ml Of SOS Drive Declaring that "the weight of the Joint Distribution Committee's threefold task of assistance to Europe's Jews has emphatically shifted from relief to reconstruction and emigration," the JDC on April 12 at a special meeting in New York City announced the termination of its SOS (Supplies for Overseas Survivors) Collections. The SOS Collection, a project of the JDC in cooperation with 17 national Jewish women's organizations and other groups, collected more than 26 million pounds of food, clothing and other relief supplies for Europe's surviving Jews in the past 39 months (January 1946 to April 1949). In a special message to the DALLAS PARK HOTEL BLDG. 225 S.E. 1st AVE. PHONE 3-5761 HOLIDAY GREETINGS BARNES CAST STONE SHOP 262 N. 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Warburg, chairman of the JDC, declared that the generous gifts of the American people to SOS will make the SOS campaigns long and well remembered in the hisstory of aid to Europe's 1,500.000 surviving Jews. ADRIAN McCUNE Real Estate Consultant Pan American Bank Building PHONE 3-7796 A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL LOUIS WEINKLK 622 15th STREET MIAMI BEACH TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER L. L. POWELL & SONS REALTORS 1659 Lenox Avenue Phone 5-3357 GREETINGS LITTLE RIVER LUMBER YARD 7737 N. E. 2nd Avenue—Phone 7-2404 LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL PAINTS AND HARDWARE TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER LOGAN LUMBER COMPANY 253 N.W. 22nd Street Phone 3-4972 HAPPY PASSOVER, TO ALL TELEPHONE 2-7937 Dade Marbl e & Tile Company Contractor! for MARBLE. TILE AND TERRAZZO 1235 N.W. 4th iTREET MIAMI, TLA. J :i tit' I .,1 :. i i \ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H MHMWM iB iTWrilll ll ffi l MHM I M i nn niillillM



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Edna Adler Becomes Mrs. Max Bachelis David Adler announces the marriage of his daughter, Edna, to Max Bachelis, which took place on Tuesday evening, April 12, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Malmuth, 8926 Dickens Ave., Miami Beach, with Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman officiating. The bride, formerly of Springfield, Mass., has been a resident of Miami Beach for the past ten years. She wore a yellow suit, with a corsage of brown orchids, and brown accessories. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Malmuth were best man and matron of honor and Mrs. Ethel L. Rothlein was co-hostess. The couple will make their home in Los Angeles, Calif., where Mr. Bachelis is in the fur business. Marilyn Eisenstat Betrothal Revealed The engagement of Marilyn Eisenstat to Bert Sager has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Eisenstat, 1307 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. The bride-elect is a student at the University of Miami where she is a member and past secretary of Iota Pi sororitv. She will P.F.C. Arnold Ra.vin Rites for P.F.C. Raxin Held At Arlington Cemetery Repatriation services for the late P.F.C. Arnold Raxin, U.S.M. C:R.. son of Mrs. Anna Raxin, 123 N.E, 50th St., were held at Arlington Cemetery, Fort Meyer, graduate in June, the month shelVa.. April 7. has selected for the wedding. PFC Mr. Sager, the son of Mrs. Olga n :_',,._ Kupferman. 4323 Indian Creek l Dr., Miami Beach, is a local attorney. He served three years in the Army. Workmen's Circle To Hold .till Seder The Workmen's Circle, Branch 692, Miami Beach, and its Women's Club are celebrating the 7th Raxin was killed on Ryukyu Islands, on June 16. 1945, as a result of wounds received during one of the fiercest battles of the Okinawa campaign. A graduate of Miami Edison High School. Raxin enlisted in the Marines in August. 1942. when he was 17 years old. He was sent overseas not long afterwards with the Fourth Division and later joined the Sixth Division. He SHV&^r a? tb 1111 ^ SSd an Sam, an^ p^ipat^ ami Beach Saipan. Quian and Guam. He was TV, Mam u„ B j„i, .^-.H.J posthumouslv awarded the Order bv^heS FffttJHtfKl? *• Purple Heart, th, Agaticthe writers C. H. Nowaek and S 5JSSS C p ?£EE "tStfJ"! iovm,„mi, 0 o „„ n „^„.,i 1 „^„ 'Wwl Citation awarded at Levin, will be sung and recited by Cantor Samuel Kelemer, musical director of Temple Beth Sholom, with the participation of all present. Honor guest will be Leon Gruzman, representative of the World Congress for Jewish Culture, who is touring the Southern States and who will spend ten days here. Senor Gruzman is editor of the literary magazine "Der Spigel." published weekly in Buenos Aires. Argentina, A traditional Seder dinner will be prepared by the Women's Club and the proceeds from this affair will go toward the adoption of two displaced orphans. $. urdities Your table will glow with new color MONOCHROME TABLE CLOTHS $0-98 each 3 Table settings take a note of dramatic interest with these richly colored table cloths. Special, washable fabric acquires its unusual luster from long staple, combed cotton yarns plied with a thread of spun rayon. Hunter green, brown, flamingo, grey, lime and turquoise. About 54x54 in. SOLID COLOR TABLE CLOTHS in 54x72-inch size ach $5.98 MATCHING SOLID COLOR NAPKINS each 85c • urdine't. Miami. Fancy Linens, Second Door Guam, the Victory Medal and the Distinguished Service Medal. Chaplain Henry Tarel of the Office of Chaplains, Washington. D. C., officiated at the services. Of the sixteen reburials at Arlington on April 7, Raxin's was the only Jewish service, He was buried beside the men with whom he fell in battle. Raxin's sister, Mrs. Josephine Raxin Adler, attended the services. While in Washington, she was the guesi of Mrs, Judith S. Hamel. president of the District of Columbia Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish War Veterans; E. J. London, area supervisor of the National Jewish Welfare Board; Mrs. George G. Cohen, national service officer of the JWV. Cerebral Palsy Clinic Slated For April 27, 28 The Dade Countv Society for Crippled Children "will hold its first cerebral palsy clinic at the Roosevelt School Wednesday and Thursday. April 27 and 28.' Dr. Harriett Gillette, medical director of Aidmor, a convalescent hospital for crippled children in Atlanta, Ga., and cerebral palsy specialist and consultant, will examine between 35 and 40 children afflicted with the disease. This service is being defrayed by the sale of Easter seals. The seal campaign has been extended indefinitely. A cerebral palsy forum for parents will be held Wednesday. April 27, at 8 p.m. at Roosevelt School. Personally Speaking., Tordon Matlin. son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving J. Matlin, 3116 S W 5th St., spent the spring holidays with his parents Jordon. who is a sophomore pre-med student at Tulane University. New Orleans. La!, was accompanied here by two classmates. Donald Katz and Marvin Gluckstern of New York. Leon S. Glaser, author of "The Moral Is Perished." "From Moscow to Jerusalem" and "War in Europe," is a guest at the Blackstone Hotel, Miami Beach. On their first vacation in Miami Beach are Dr. and Mrs. Irwin J. Cohen, who are stopping at the Delano Hotel for ten days. Dr. Cohen is chief of professional services at the U. S. Veterans Hospital in the Bronx. Mrs. Sidney L. Lewis of Coral Gables, Sixth Province director of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority, and Mrs. Samuel Cohen. Cleveland, Ohio, national president of the sorority, were honored on Tuesday at a dinner given by Dean and Mrs. Joseph Weil at their home in Gainesville. Dean Weil is head of the College of Engineering at the University of Florida. Among the guests were J. Hillis Miller, president of the university, Mrs. Miller, John S. Allen, vice president of the university, Mrs. Allen and other officials of the school. Louis Wolfson. son of Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Wolfson. 4517 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach, recently appeared in a play presented by the Spanish Club of Grinnell College, Grinnel, Iowa. Wolfson is a graduate of the Oxford Academy, Atlantic City, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Hiller Kaufman, 331 West 28th St., Miami Beach, entertained at a Seder at their home last week. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. J. Rosen, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Belanoff, Mr. and Mrs. J. Oxman of Philadelphia, Mrs. Clara Segal, her sister and a guest from England, Miss Diana Quinn. Mrs. Segal entertained the guests with songs. She accompanied herself on the guitar. Isaac Gordon, son of Mrs. E. Gordon, 1021 N.W. 1st St.. is here from Philadelphia for the Passover holidays. + Cantor Irving H. Raab, New York, who sang at several synagogues in this area last year, is visiting his brother. Rabbi David Raab of Temple Isaiah. Cantor Raab will remain here several weeks. %  % %  % %  %  The silver wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Geltner, 1784 S.W. 5th St., was celebrated at a party Monday afternoon at the Dora August Memorial Hall, 500 S.W. 17th Ave. Members of the Beth El Sisterhood and friends were present. %  Mrs. Albert Weinberg and her niece, Marian Schwartz, 3174 Elizabeth St., Coconut Grove; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gold and son, Murray, 3670 S.W. 26th St.; Mrs. Morris Chazanof, 3191 Day Ave., Coconut Grove; Mrs. Louis Leibovits, 2163 N.W. 62nd St. left this week for West New York, N. J., where they will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Freedman. While there the Miamians will attend the wedding of Aaron Freedman to Joyce Megibow which will take place at the Jewish Community Center in Union City, N. J., Sunday. %  %  %  Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Sohmer, Forest Hills, N. Y., son-in-law and daughter of Paul Raff, who have been at the Cadillac Hotel, Miami Beach, for the past two months, recently returned North. While here, the Sohmers attended the unveiling of the monument to the memory of the late Mrs. Elizabeth Raff, Mrs. Sohmer's mother. Paul Raff, 1261 S.W. 5th St.. left last week for Charlotte, N. C, to spend the Passover holidays with his son and his family before going to New York for an extended vacation at Lonq Beach. Mrs. Levinson To Fete Sisterhood Officers Mrs, David Levinson. 2900 Flamingo Drive. Miami Beach, will entertain the officers and board of directors of the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom at luncheon at her home today, according to an announcement by Mrs. Louis J. Krenskv. Sisterhood president. Plans for the annual election meetingof the Sisterhood to be held on April 26 in Temple Beth Sholom patio, will be completed at this luncheon The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association Participating agency of th. Greater Miami Jewish Federation ANNOUNCES THAT: L Dr r ecto f r 0r Rabhr fiES.'WP 1 ^ may be b,ained fr !" n„r M?' • J u M| L h E na< *oviky. 818 Michigan Avenue, Miami Beach, phone 5-2595. w=L eS \. y ?v j. -e t he si9n of the Greater Miami Vaad HSWtfff in lhe store t he store is 1 Sa'tSnUSSi Wft" r infl o£ *•*~* hiv! n -nt al,n9 J? ith ** 0f, f r ••*MM>insnts which do not have any specif.c sign of endorsement displayed, call our Dta>Ctoiomtk sure that it is endorsed. H. SOOTIN. Secy. S. LOBEL Traos. 2. 3. 4. HARRY SIREN, Pres. A. M. BEAR, Vlc Prea, MEET NEW FRIENDS All Ages Welcome WE WILL GLADLY INTRODUCE YOU TOO Ask Questions Without Obligation CLARA LANE FRIENDSHIP CENTER 43 N.E. 2nd Street Opposite Telephone Bldg. PHONE 82-3065 P. O. BOX 2738 Ruth Margaretten To Join Summer Bri ( | Cs Plans for a .su mmor WertHi are being made by Ruth t ln Margaretten. whose^ en B If nore to Lewis Morley LcvioW gement Mr. and Mrs, Albert LeviekV,' Malaga Ave., Coral Gab & E been announced by her ? • Mr. and Mrs. Samuel 'i ten, 2276 S.W. 18th St M "*• The bride-elect is a pnw,,.. Miami Beach High 'fi£ftj is now a junior at the UnLZ of Miami, where she is 2 y in education. She is a mSffiS A member of p. Lambda no fraternity, Mr. Levick .S A! schools in Pittsburgh £3"?? University of Miami ,he Betrothal Made Known The betrothal of Lois Schney•raft daughter of Mr. and M s David Schncyeroff, Chicago t Herbert H. Hirsch, son Slid Hirsch, New York, was announJe at a recent dinner party at th National Hotel. Miami Beach Miss Schneyeroff and her fiance are students at the University of Miami. Mr. Hirsch was in the armed forces for three years and attended City College of New York before enrolling at the university. The wedding will take place in Chicago June 26. Rabbi Lehrman To Speak Rabbi Irving Lehrman will be guest speaker at the Spinoza Outdoor Forum, 124 11th St., Miami Beach, tomorrow afternoon at 3:30. The rabbi"s topic will be "A Pattern for Life." Dr. Abraham Wolfson will preside. The last session of the forum for this season will be held Saturday afternoon, April 30, when Dr. Wolfson lectures on "The Philosophy of Spinoza." Workers Alliance Hold 3rd Seder The Bialik Branch of the Jewish National Workers' Alliance held its annual third Seder Saturday, April 16. at the Beach Y. Nathan Bookspan was the toastmaster at the affair, and Rabbi Leon Kronish was the principal speaker, A. M. Dorffled the musical portion of the program. Others who participated in the program, which was written and conducted by Aaron Liebman, were Liebman, Seitlin, Cutler, Feinstein, Tarr, Goldin, Shubow, Gerbert, Krantz and Pekular, Maieroff, Miminburg. Halpenn, Smith and Doreshinsky. Cantor Samuel Kelemer concluded the evening with renditions of Palestinian songs. BsMsffHIaSBHlO ROtm I %  ...' BI EM 11 S3 SawMEMaHBHaHl i ............