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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
JME 22NUMBER 33
MIAMI FLORIDA. FRIDAY, AUGUST 19, 1949
PRICE TEN CENTS
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ting Of Israel, Arab Delegates To
i< ilia* ion Unit Set For This Week
.USANNE, (JTA)The first meeting between Israeli and
fcU-legates to the United Nations Conciliation Commission here
bke place this week. A technical committee to deal with the
Eon of frozen Arab funds in Israeli banks has been set up,
Ming of Zalman Lifshitz for Israel, a member of the Egyptian
,tion and members of the commission.
he Conciliation Commission will continue its work here until
Jnited Nations Assembly meets in Lake Success. It appears
ertain that an American proposal to move the meeting to New
i in mid-September will be accepted by the commission. Mem-
Llso expressed doubt that Paul A. Porter, American representa-
the commission, will return to Lausanne before Washington
have clarified its policy on the McGhee Plan, which provides
he rehabilitation of the Near East and the resettlement of
tine Arab refugees, under development projects sponsored by
lited States.
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1*111. VI1
ficial In Munich Calls Anti-Semites
iermany "Depraved" "Carrion-Like"
Jewish Agency Licensing Committee
Set Up To Govern Fund Raising Drives
JNICH, (JTA)The Ameri->
[Military Governor in Ba-
L Murray Van Wagoner, de-
ed anti-Semites in Germany
Draved" and "carrion-like."
Said that the anti-Semitic
published this week in the
-Deutsche Zeitung here,
expressed regret that all
had not been gassed by the
\ Tries To Halt
IS Fund Raising
YORK, (JTA)The State
Jew York this week applied
injunction to prevent the
sh Consumptive Relief So-
of Denver from raising
in this state on charges
(the organization has prac-
"deceit" and "misrepresent-
and has failed to provide
Hate, modern medical serv-
he application was filed by
office of Attorney General
laniel L. Goldstein, which
fed out that the J.C.R.S. was
[associated with either the
onal Jewish Hospital or the
Jewish Home for Crip-
Children, both of Denver.
charges were denied by
ell Salem Fisher, attorney
|the hospital, who labelled
"plain nonsense" and added
I the attorney general has no
If to support them. Mr. Fisher
Icalled the action another de-
pment in an internal political
defending the hospital, Mr.
ler declared that the Colorado
rd of Health had conducted
Examination of its facilities in
ary, 1948, and had found it
"modern, well-equipped, ef-
Itly managed with the latest
(em methods of treatment
for patients." He also quoted
tci from Gov. Lee Knous,
December 22, 1948, in which
|Governor termed the hopsital
outstanding institution of
R and medical research."
he attorney general's petition jierzi's
eri that in 1947 the hospital .
ed $820,000 nationally, with cltv
'.000 being collected in New
It charged that the funds
obtained because contribu-
were led to believe that "the
pization is operating a mod-
| completely equipped, proper-
taffed and medically superior
of institution for the care
I treatment of victims of tuber -
?sis." Asserting that this was
[so, the affidavit said that so-
ling funds under their circum-
>ces was "tantamount to a
in the public."
ssistant Attorney General
odore R. Ostrow, who filed
petition, said that during most
Its existence the organization
1 justified the faith of the pub-
pi its work, but that some time
the patients had organized a
lyance committee to make
|wn their dissatisfaction with
present hospital administra-
and services. As a result, he
the Jewish Consumptive Re-
Society's advisory council in
York had appointed an in-
figating committee to check
the patients' charges.
Nazis, libeled the whole German
people.
Leaders of the Central Jewish
Committee conferred with Maj.
Abraham Hyman, deputy adviser
on Jewish affairs to the American
Military Government, on the
clash which took place between
German police and displaced
Jews who demonstrated against
the newspaper in which the
virulent anti-Jewish letter was
published. The Jewish represent-
atives proposed that American
military police should in the
future deal with disturbance in-
volving displaced Jews.
"We would rather be clubbed
on the head by American military
policemen than be kissed on the
cheek by German policemen,"
says a statement issued by the
Jewish Central Committee fol-
lowing the conference with Maj.
Hyman.
The Jewish Community of Ber-
lin issued a call for a protest
meeting against the German po-
lice action. The purpose of the
mass meeting is to organize a
campaign against renewed out-
breaks of anti-Semitism in Ger-
many, the announcement said.
In his condemnation of the
anti-Semitic letter, Gov. Wagon-
er said in part: "The world is
critically watching events in Ger-
many and will be quick in fast-
ening its attention on any indica-
tion pointing to a resurrection of
anti-Semitism. The man behind it
all over the world form only a
minority which can be rendered
harmless by the force of reason
and decency, and kept in the gut-
ter which is their proper place."
U.S. Military Cov't
Probes Munich Riot
WASHINGTON, (JTA)John
J. McCloy, American High Com-
missioner-designate for Germany,
indicated that he would investi-
gate the riot in Munich caused
by an article in a local German
newspaper expressing regret that
the Nazis did not gas all the Jews.
He termed the affair "deplorable"
and said that Murray Van Wa-
goner, director of the U.S. Mili-
tary Government in Bavaria, was
already looking into the incident.
Mr. McCloy was asked at a
State Department press confer-
ence about the rebirth of Ger-
man nationalism and replied that
signs of such nationalism were
"not altogether unhealthy." He
admitted that former Nazis are
permitted to take active parts in
the political and industrial life
of Germany.
"We have arrived at the stage
where the less virulent Nazis are
allowed to come back," he ad-
mitted. He explained that he felt
that this was better than keeping
"a corps of people totally and
completely ostracized from the
community." He said it is too
early to tell if German national-
ism is "natural or sinister." How-
ever, he added that the attitude
has not changed towards actual
war criminals.
Rabbinical Meet To
Establish Supreme
Religious Authority
JERUSALEM, (JTA)A world
rabbinical conference will be
called in Jerusalem shortly to dis-
cuss the establishment of a su-
preme religious authority, Rabbi
Israel Tabak, president of the
Rabbinical Assembly of America,
this week told the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency. Rabbi Tabak is
head of an Orthodox rabbinical
delegation from the United States
which has been discussing various
religious problems with Israeli re-
ligious leaders.
Rabbi Tabak revealed that at
a meeting between the delegation
and Premier David Ben Gurion,
the latter said that Israel hopes
to become the spiritual center of
world Jewry. The Premier added
that he hoped that Torah scholars
and spiritual leaders will gather
in Israel for "from Zion will go
forth the law."
When the American delegation
arrives home, Rabi Tabak said,
it will call a conference of Amer-
ican rabbis and Jewish commun-
ity leaders to organize a pilgrim-
age of some 1,000 persons to Is-
rael for the Succoth festivities.
JERUSALEM, OTA)The Jewish Agency central licensing
committee, which is empowered to either permit or prohibit the
raising of funds abroad for Israeli institutions and to check any
fund-raising activities conducted in the United States and in other
countries on behalf of Israel, started functioning this week.
^ The committee, which was
formed after consultations with
the Israel government and with
representatives of Jewish relief
and welfare organizations, in-
cluding the Joint Distribution
Committee, is composed of five
members of the Jewish Agency
executive. They are: Dr. Itzhak
Gruenbaum, Meir Grossman, Eli-
ahu Dobkin, J. Zerubavel and S.
Z. Shragai.
In a statement issued to the
press, Mr. Dobkin explained the
reasons which prompted the Jew-
ish Agency to establish such a
body. He emphasized that much
harm has been done in the United
States by the separate drives con-
ducted on behalf of various in-
stitutions in Israel. At least 120
such drives have been conducted
this year in America, he said.
Mr. Dobkin attacked the ORT
and the OSE declaring that while
these organizations have hitherto
worked outside of Israel, they
now claim to be doing seventy
percent of the work which is
actually being done by the Jew-
ish Agency. The licensing com-
mittee, he stated, is fully em-
powered to consider any applica-
tion of any public institution try-
ing to raise funds in countries
outside of Israel for work in Is-
rael.
The committee will also have
the right to approve and control
small collections raised in am
country for any kind of work in
Israel, he added. It can prohibit
certain collections and it can
study the balance sheets of any
collection, he pointed out. Ellis
Radinsky, director of the United
Palestine Appeal who has been
here for about three weeks con-
ferring with the Agency, ex-
plained to newsmen the relation-
ship between the U.P.A. and the
United Jewish Appeal in America.
Breakfast Will Honor Abe P. Gannes
Prior To Departure For Philadelphia
A community-wide breakfast honoring A. P. Gannes, executive
director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, who will assume his
new post as executive director of the Philadelphia Council on Jewish
Education September 1, will be held on Sunday morning at 9:45,
at the Hyde Park Hotel.
A committee consisting of Eli Hurwitz, chairman, Mrs. Matilda
Ratner, Mrs. Jack Rosenberg, Mrs. Milton Sachs and Max Meisel,
members of the bureau, other community leaders and personal
friends of the popular Jewish educational director will join in bid-
ding farewell and honoring him on that occasion.
The public is invited and reservations may be obtained by calling
3-5858.
Theodor Herzl Remains To Rest In Israel
TEL AVIV, (JTA)The remains of Dr. Theodor Herzl, father salem, wm carrying out the last
of the political Zionist movement, lay in state here after being
brought to Israel from Vienna by a special plane which was met
off Haifa by a squadron of Israeli fighters. Heavy artillery in
Haifa fired salvos and all vessels in Haifa port blew their
whistles as the craft bearing Dr.
remains approached the
Accompanied by the fighters,
the Israeli plane carrying the re-
mains of Dr. Herzl and his family
landed early at Lydda airport
where hundreds of prominent
people awaited its arrival. Pre-
mier David Ben Gurion and other
members of the Cabinet, as well
as a large delegation from the
Israeli parliament, were among
those who waited at the airfield
for the arrival of the coffins.
Immediately after the plane
landed, the caskets were trans-
ferred to a be-flagged Army lorry
which brought the coffins to Tel
Aviv. Army and police honor
guards escorted the cortege from
Lydda to Tel Aviv where the cof-
fins were placed on a specially
erected platform in Knesset
Square. The coffins were trans-
ferred to Jerusalem for rebunal.
While crowds jammed the area
around Knesset Square to pay
their last respects to the founder
of the Zionist movement, the Is-
raeli parliament conducted a spe-
cial session to pay tribute to Dr.
Dr. Theodor Herzl
Herzl. Speakers emphasized that
the Knesset, in arranging for the
transfer to Israel and the reburial
of Dr. Herzl's remains in Jeru-
wishes of the late leader.
Premier Ben Gurion, in a mov-
ing homage delivered to the
Knesset deputies on behalf of
the government, declared: "Only
two men were privileged to have
their remains returned to Israel
in the course of 3,300 yearsboth
were sons of Jacob. The first was
Joseph, who left a testament ask-
ing that his remains be returned
to Israel with the exodus of the
Jews from Egypt, and the second
was Herzl. This funeral is not a
mourning procession, but a
triumphant march of victory for
a vision converted into reality."
Speaker of the Knesset Joseph
Sprinzak read a message from
President Chaim Weizmann, who
is now vacationing in Switzer-
land. "Every person in Israel,"
Dr. Weizmann's message declared,
"must today remember Herzl's
famous words'If you wish, it
Is not a legend.' The Jewish peo-
ple has shown a determination to
persist until the state becomes a
home for all in the Diaspora.
With the transfer of Herzl's re-
mains I visualize the completion
of a decisive stage in the history
of the Jewish people and ah in-
dication of the course of the
future. Fortunate is the genera-
tion which has been privileged to
implement the dream of its
leader."
Zionist Deportation
From Rumania Denied
BUCHAREST, (JTA)Reports
that the Rumanian authorities or-
dered all members of Zionist
groups to move from the cities of
Bucharest, Jassy, Timisoara and
Cluj into "pale" areas of Dobruj
and Altenia were termed "absurd"
in authoritative quarters here
this week.
"These reports are typical of
the slander conducted against the
present regime and deserve no
official denial," the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency correspondent
was told. The reports were pub-
lished in the Jewish press abroad.
Tne fact that all local Zionist
leaders are at present in Bucha-
rest proves that the reports have
no basis, it was pointed out. The
reports said that the Rumanian
secret political police has com-
piled a list of all members of all
Zionist groups in Rumania for
the purpose of "transferring" the
Zionists and their families from
the larger cities into isolated dis-
tricts where they could be kept
under constant police observation.
Egyptian Government
Releases 34 Detainees
TEL AVIV, (JTA)Thirty-
four of a group of 49 Jews de-
tamed by the Egyptian govern-
ment have been freed and have
already reached Italy, it was re-
ported by Egyptian Army officers
serving on the mixed Israeli-
Egyptian armistice commission.
The report was made at a meet-
ing in the Negev.
(A new exodus of Jews from
Egypt is now under way, the
Cairo correspondent of the Lon-
|don News-Chronicle reported.)


I
'
FRIDAY, AUGUST
19,13,1
I'll Say...
Towards the close of last century, Dr. Max Nordau
was a leading psychiatrist in France. Sigmund Freud
had not yet startled the world with his discoveries
of the subconscious, the libido, the Oedipus Complex,
the significance of dreams, the place of sex in human
life. Folks evidently were not psychiatric minded be-
fore psychoanalysis became a fad and a science. Dr.
Nordau seemed to have had enough leisure to write
books that caused sensations. His Conventional Lies of
Our Civilization was translated in all civilized lan-
guages. Paradoxes, banned in Russia and Austria,
produced a storm of controversies. Degeneration
made Nordau a household name the world over. His
centennial birthday is being celebrated.
Theodor Herzl
One morning the nurse came into his study and
said, "A distinguished gentleman is waiting in the
reception room for an appointment." The famous
writer looked up, "What's he like." "Tall, elegant, a
majestic beard, beautiful expressive eyes. In fact, he
looks every inch a king." was her effusive reply.
What name did he give?" "It sounded like Theodor
Herzl." she answered. "Show him in, regardless Siow
many are waiting."
"I met you several years ago in Vienna, said the
visitor. "Yes, I remember." agreed Dr. Nordau. "But
now I want to consult you professionally," continued
Theodor Herzl. "Intimate friends swear that I am
mashuga. I had to promise them to come and see you.
Shiff is especially worried about me." "What seems
to be the trouble," asked the doctor, in the cool pro-
fessional manner of the detached scientist. "I just
wrote a book," answered Herzl. "I couldn't rest, eat,
or sleep until I finished it." "What's the title," in-
quired the physician. "Die Judenstaat" (the Jewish
State).
The psychiatrist, in spite of himself, was swept
away by the torrent of passionate words. The
patient cast a spell that seemed to pervert his ob-
jective, critical faculties. For three days the patient
Max Nordau

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The Coming Utopia
arbitrVtiora world in which the narrow, dogmatic
Lets will give way to a universal religion of the
Brotherhood of Man under the Fartcrhood of God?
What's all this Zionist nonsense about? Who wants
to go back to the Orient and form a petty state
Tu?MaTSau.'fSBA sagacity, of critical
depth and intuitive insight, looked through and saw
beneath the glittering veneer of a polished, corrupt
Sy Before there was any hint of Fascism or
Nazism in Europe, he observed: "Every kick which
leaves mud on the caftan implies an intent to sully
the judge's robe, or the professor's gown, and even
the silken dress of some Jewish baroness.
Zionism
Max Nordau plunged headlong into the Zionism
His reputation as dramatist, scientist, novelist, and
philosopher gave the newly launched movement
prestige in the cultural world. He drafted the famous
Basle program:Zionism seeks to secure for the
Jewish people a publicly recognized, legally secured
home in Palestine. His eloquent, glowing oratory
SIMONWOFF
helped to maintain the Zionist congresses on
level. The late Stephen Wise once told uTtiL
one of the early congresses, he happened il I
into a caucus. Max Nordau was closing the a **l
on some question. "I shall never forget his^1"""!
tion. It was the most moving I ever heard 'Ij
is heard in Ramah. Lamentations and bitter '^l
Rachel weeping for her children; she reWKM
comforted for her children, because they ar l
The Prophet
In his own life, Nordau sums up the
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homeless and rootless status of the e
Jewish intellectual in the 20th century uT\*H\
his native Hungary, changes his Germanic 21
French name, and makes a great splash inA
literary world. Yet during World War I the fJJI
confiscate his holdings and imprison 'him I
Austrian agent. He manages to get awav and*'I
in Spain as an exile. He then settles in" Enewl
always the stranger, the refugee, the ltineran-il
London he cntcizes the mischievous implicaul
wrapped up in the Balfour Declaration He trouble ahead. In 1920, he is present at the Zu
International Conference. Old, broken and poor kl
now belongs to a past generation. The practical cal
fortable Anglo-American leadership gives little SI
to his prophetic warning, "I say crowd a half Ju
Jewish youth on boats and dump them into PalesSI
Living in tents, some will die from hardship ul
exposure. But you will save the majority. Later tl
will not be able to get out; nor will the gates*!
Eretz Israel remain open for long."
But in Berlin he got the biggest horselaugh. J
1899. he threw in the teeth of jeering, arrogant GeJ
man Jews, "A day will come on which Zionism 9
be as much needed by proud German Jews as A
those wretched Ostjuden, whom you fear and hail
A day will come on which you too will beg our Ml
and be applicants for asylum in the land which m|
now scorn."
Dorothy Singer
Heads f ri Betas
Dorothy Singer was elected
president of the Tri Beta Council
at a recent meeting of the organ-
ization.
Others named to office were
Lila Pearl, vice president; Len-
more Danziger. recording secre-
tary: Barbara Ross, corresponding
secretary; Eleanor Cohen, treas-
urer: Audrey Younger, chaplain;
Myra Gerson, sergeant-at-arms;
Elinor Davis, auditor.
The group has just finished
collecting text books for Negro
schools.
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Tescher Named Head Of B'nai B'rith
Youth, Will Attend National AZA Meet
Edward Tescher has been elect-
ed president of the B'nai B'rith
Youth Organizations Council of
Greater Miami, according to
Miss Selma Lewis, area youth di-
rector.
The council represents thirteen
junior B'nai B'rith units composed
of boys and girls between the
ages of 14 and 18.
Other officers elected were Ned
Solomon, vice president; Honey
Sassoon. recording secretary;
Carol Jaffey. corresponding sec-
retary; Adriane Lipkin, treasur-
er; Sstephen Kobley, parliamen-
tarian; and Phyllis Corb. his-
torian.
Tescher and Herbert Finkel-
stein. vice president of Hillel
Chapter of AZA. will represent
the Florida Region of AZA at the
silver anniversary convention of
the organization to be held from
August 22-26 at the University of
Indiana in Bloomington, Ind.
The four day sessions of the
conclave will be highlighted by
the appearance of Sam Beber,
founder of the AZA organization
25 years ago. Other B'nai B'rith
leaders scheduled to address the
youths from all parts of the
United States include J. J. Lieb-
erman, national chairman of the
BBYO commission; Philip M.
Klutznick. first executive secre-
tary of AZA; Sidney G. Kus-
worm, 13 years member of the
Supreme Advisory Council and
B'nai B'rith Youth Commission.
According to Miss Lewis, Tes-
cher and Finkelstein will partici-
pate in seven seminars designed
to strengthen the internal struc-
ture of the AZA organization in
the United States. They will also
hear John Stanley Grauel, a
Christian minister who took part
in Israel's fight for freedom. Sub-
ject of his address at a special
Israel night will be "Israel and
Its Impact on American Jewish
Youth."
Other events scheduled will be
oratory and debate contests, ath-
letic events, cultural programs
and social affairs. All the facili-
ties of the University of Indiana
campus have been made available
to the junior order of B'nai B'rith i
on the occasion of its 25th birth-
day.
Young men interested in join-
ing AZA may contact Miss Lewis
at 5-1701.
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Pioneer Women's Group
To Act In Play August 28
Members of the Pioneer Wom-
en's Club No. Two of Miami
Beach will try their hand at act-
ing m "A Night in Israel." a
dramatic offerinc which will be
presented Sunday. August 28. at
8; p.m. at the Labor Lyceum, 25
Washington Ave.. Miami Beach.
The atest Israeli movies will also
be shown.
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ted Cross Warns Residents To Replenish
Emergency Supplies In Case Of Storms
[ With the period of tropical j quired for flash lights," the bulle-
lorms approaching, the Dade tin states. "Extra candles may be
!ounty Red Cross has issued a needed. It might be well that you
faming urging residents of the have kerosene, sterno heat and
Lea to take inventory of their canned foods. Families depending
Imergency supplies and to re- on the frozen food locker should
Tlenish needed items as soon as bear in mind that a power failure
ossible. might spoil foods contained
"Fresh batteries may be re-|therein.
FDR Chapter To Hialeah-Miami Springs
Sponsor Dance Center To Hold Dance
A novel show-night and dance | An informal dance will be
will be sponsored by the FDR sponsored by the Hialeah-Miami
Chapter, B'nai B'rith Young Men, Springs Jewish Community Cen-
at the Sorrento Hotel, Miami I ter Saturday evening, August 27,
Beach, on September 4. Proceeds at the Miami
"Without electric power,'
Jables BB Lodge
IJsts Chairmen
Coral Gables Lodge B'nai
i'rith has appointed committee
tiairman to serve during 1949-50
ccording to an announcement re-
eived from President Jerome A.
delman. -
Oscar Greene will head the
^nti Defamation League com-
mittee and Leonard Spiegel has
been re-appointed to the post of
nembership chairman. Jerry
Banders, one of the sponsors of
he Hillel AZA Chapter, will head
B'nai B'rith Youth Organiza-
,,,* committee and Herman
Fisher is in charge of the Jewish
Education group. The Hillel com-
rittee will include Jerry Poncher
id Mike Morrell. Ed Miller and
>Iat Lawrence will head the
ludget and finance committee and
rill be assisted by Mortimer Fel-
fcon and Lewis Pomerantz. A.
KGene) Seidler is in charge of the
constitution committee.
The group is continuing with
(their weekly sponsorship of
broadcasts on Saturday at 6 p.m.
bver station WVCG and sponsor-
ng service programs at the Pratt
/eterans Hospital.
bulletin continues, "the radio re-
ceiver may not work. If you own
a battery operated radio, have it
checked to see that the batteries
are still -alive, as well as to see
if the set is operating satis-
factorily."
The warning says that thought
should be given to means of re-
moving or securing awnings. Old
shutters may need repair or new
ones made.
'When a storm warning is re-
ceived, there is usually an im-
mediate run on all emergency
supplies and in many cases store
stocks are soon exhausted. House-
holders should keep in mind also
that just before a storm man-
power is hard to find. Your Red
Cross urges you to arrange now
for your complete safety and
comfort in the event of a storm, [
the bulletin warns.
are earmarked for local commun-
ity service projects.
The group, composed almost
wholly of University of Miami
students, has arranged a full eve-
ning of professional entertain-
ing ment to be headed by disc jockey
Hal Murray, of station WQAM.
Also to be featured are "The
Amazing Maurice," magician, and
Bob Freeman and Betty Bennett,
vocalists. In addition, top vaude-
ville stars from the Olympia thea-
tre will appear on the bill.
The semi-formal affair will be
the first large scale social eve-
ning and fund-raising drive
sponsored by the chapter which
received its charter two weeks
ago.
Harold Booth is president of
the group and Herbert Lowe is
program chairman and vice presi-
dent. Walter Traurig, a member
of the board, assists youth groups
in this area in securing advisors
from the six men's lodges.
Club, William Kneapler, presi-
dent, has announced. There will
be entertainment and dancing
from 9 o'clock.
Cy Gross is chairman of the af-
fair. Mrs. Goodwin Abramson and
Mrs. Phil Lyons are in charge
of tickets. Slated to serve as mas-
ter of ceremonies is Harry Gor-
don.
Tickets may be obtained at the
door.
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Stadium Opening
Set For August 31
Classical. Popular Music
Featured At Beach Y
A new method of presentation
of classical and popular music is
featured in the Music Listening
Program held every Tuesday eve-
ning at the Miami Beach Y under
I the direction of Bernard Bennett.
Acclaimed the most modern in I The public is invited to attend
America, the new Miami Stadium these sessions
at N.W. 10th Ave. and 23rd St.,
will be officially opened at 8
p.m. Wednesday, August 31, H. B.
Taber, Sr., president, Miami
Stadium, Inc., has announced.
While civic and basebaull
[North Dade Center To
Open Quarters Soon
wp T n 'luminaries will be represented in
The North Dade Jewish Center numb tne inaugural cere-
1 monies will be limited to less than
I is making preparations 'or the
[opening of its quarters at 13630
[West Dixie Highway, North Mi-
lami. ...
After completion the center will
[be open every day in the week to
fall Jewish residents of Miami
IShores, West Miami Shores, Bis-
Icayne Park and North Miami, and
[regular meetings will be held the
[first and third Wednesday of
| every month.
Religious Chairman Joseph
Keller and his committee are
fcnaking plans for High Holy Days
services. Any one desiring more
information may call 89-7433.
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Starting at 8 p.m. they will wind
up promptly at 8:30 when the ball
game between the Miami Sun
Sox and the Havana Cubans will
The cantilever-constructed roof
will provide 9,500 grandstand
seats without obstruction. An
additional 5,000 seats are Provid-
ed in the bleachers for baseball
games. Even larger crowds can
be handled for boxing, wrestling
and other attractions to be booked
into the new home of Miami s
Florida International League
Tickets are on sale at the Sun
Sox headquarters, 622 W. Flagler
St. For the convenience of fans,
the special box office will be
open daily until 8 p.m.
Because of the increased seal-
ing capacity of the new sports
center, fans are urged not to at-
tempt to make reservations by
telephone, but to inspect the seat-
ing plan and select preferred
seats for the opening game
Sixteen ticket windows and 20
turnstiles assure easy entry to the
new stadium. Eight acres of par<-
imr nace will be operated by the
Sun S< City Traffic Depart-
ment Officials are making a sur-
vey of streets in the vicinity to
facilitate traffic.__________
Equador Relief Party
An Equador relief card party
willV sponsored by the Miami
Beach Chapter of B'nai B nth
Women this afternoon from 21 to
s in the card room of the Delano
Hotel Miami Beach. Admission
will be by voluntary contribu-
tions and a".P-ceefdsthvelllr|ent
aid the victims of the recem
Ecuadorian earthquake. Refresh-
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Weitzman is chairman of# the
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""DAY, August,,,

<
EDITORIAL
Herzl It ran ah t Home At Last
The re-interment of the remains of the immortal
Herzl in Jerusalem in fulfillment of the last wish
of the founder of political Zionism assumes the
aspect of a dramatic culmination of a great his-
toric episode in the life of a timeless peoplethe
episode of the life and death of an individual
who had given his all for this people, who had
brought them close to their Promised Land, but to
whom, like Moses of yore, it was not given to
see the fulfillment of his dream while he was yet
among the living.
This week the restored Jewish state, only a
little more than a year old, fulfilled its debt to
Theodor Herzl by bringing his remains from
Vienna, where he was laid to rest 45 years ago, to
Israel, to the homeland of which he had dreamed
and which, but for him, would not have been
brought into being, could not have become the
glorious living fact that is today the Republic of
Israel.
As in a flash, this disinterment and re-interment
of the remains of the spiritual father of Jewish
independence wafts us all back to the year 1904,
the year when Jews throughout the world were
stunned by his untimely death at the age of 44.
It was an age of innocence, a full decade before
the first World War, a time when materialism and
cynicism did not exert the influence over men
they were able to obtain years later. It was a time
for Jewish dreamersof the ghetto and of the
more assimilated Western world as welland
Herzl was the boldest dreamer of them all. It was
he alone who was able to kindle the imagination
of Jewry with the inspiring vision of a restored
Zion after more than 1800 years of exile.
The Jewish people that he so loved have
brought Herzl home at last, there to find a per-
manent resting place as the architect of the great
structure which he blue-printed. A restored Israel
could do nothing less.
Rabbi ttaab
Expressions of regret have been forthcoming
with the announcement of the resignation of Rabbi
David Raab, as spiritual leader of Temple Isaiah.
The struqale of the young rabbi in establishing
a House of Worship is the story retold with the
creation of every citadel of spiritual enlighten-
ment. Attracting leadership, a flock, funds with
which to operate, a place in which to worship,
overcoming the displeasures of those who decried
the need of a Reform Temple on the Beach, are
but a few of the many problems the rabbi had to
overcome. As the challenges were overcome
and the temple took its place in our community,
rtabrji Haabs aspirations were realized
We join with his many friends who are de-
lighted with his decision to add to his educational
background and obtain his Ph.D. We know he
will grow in stature and prominence and achieve
glory for his people and success in his career
as a Minister of Israel.
Israeli Newsletter
'LET'S GUARD HIM TO-GETHER"
A Jb Well Done
Communal leaders and co-workers will gather
Sunday morning to express a partinq word to
Abe Gannes. Gannes was the first executive di-
rector of the Bureau of Jewish Education, organ-
ized about five years ago.
He resigned the Miami post to accept a greater
challenge as the director of the Philadelphia
Council on Jewish Education. Accepting a chal-
lenge when he came to Miami five years ago to
establish the Bureau of Jewish Education, both
our community and Abe Gannes can take a bow
with the election of our director to head the educa-
tion program in one of the largest cities in th?
country.
A little about the man. Abe is plain, unassum-
ing, sincere. He is devoted to his chosen field of
Jewish education. With finesse he has done away
with much of the political maneuvering usually
connected with a job of this nature. He has suc-
ceeded to a qreat extent over the period of years
in "making most everyone happy."
The Bureau of Jewish Education has had many
obstacles in buildingaproqram and giving jew-
TIi # Munich Riot
The riot in Munich, Germany, last WeA
which several Jews were wounded by polic
demonstrating against the publication of
Semitic letter in a local newspaper will not 0*
ly surprise discerning Jews who have been feU
ing the trend of German opinion since the e h
the war and the fall of Hitler. It only serv '
bring vividly to our attention the fad, which m
have known all along, that Nazism is by no ma*,
dead in post-war Germany.
The Jews of Munich have issued a ,
in which they indirectly blame the American o
cupation forces for permitting anti-Semlttan J
rear its ugly head again. "It is heard to belie*
that American occupation forces would aikm
provocations like this in spite of all their declare
tions against race hatred and for the preservatife
of human rights," says the Jewish committee.
There is no doubt, however, that in the futw |
the American Military Government will be mm
vigorous in combatting anti-Semitic maniiesto
tions in the land of erstwhile bloody Hitleriim.
But even so, what with the new West Germo
government coming into being and the con*
quently greater autonomy in domestic afiajn
which this will bring to Germans, one should not
be too optimistic about the possibility of eliminffl
ing anti-Semitism from German life and one should
realize that there is no future for Jews in that
country, at least for a long, long time to conn.
That the Munich Jews are realizing this can be
seen from a statement that "none of us intend
to stay any longer in this country. We do not
want to stay on this soil stained with Jewiih
blood. We have our own country now." The
Jewish committee only says that "as long as we
are forced to stay here, we will use all out
strength to fight any attempt at anti-Jewish pro-
vocations" and demands that anti-Semitic in-
stigators be punished. This is a reasonable de-
mand which can be met by the American, British
and French military authorities who will remain
in West Germany even after a government will be
formed there, a demand which we trust will be
met.
ish education direction. The progress to date ho
been outstanding.
The Jewish Community of Greater Miami owes
much to Abe Gannes in making the community
conscious of the importance of Jewish education
and its responsibility to it.
"EDITOR'S SOTK. Thig b
second of a two-article sVriea on the
Arm vmu-KHf .'I!* emer" Israeli
& establishment is experimentlns
itn personnel and administrative
situations in the developing of 1
new. regular army, it must at the
same time struggle with the prob?
Lem,0f ^e pers-.nnel which was
5? ?*" n the midst of a simultaneous
invasion on all land frontiers.)
TEL AVIV. (JTA)-One of the
top priority problems facing the
Israeli authorities today is the
care of some 2.000 disabled war
veterans. 400 of whom have lost
one or more limbs. They are re-
ceivingapart from treatment-
pensions until employment is
available and have a priority on
housing and certain jobs and li-
censes. The 125.000 pounds the
Defense Ministry has already
spent on their rehabilitation has
provided many shops, apartments
or shares in cooperative enter-
prises.
Government care on a similar
scale is not available to disabled
partisans now coming from
Europe nor for the invalids of the
dissident groups who did not join
the army. The former are charges
of Jewish Agency-s absorption
department, which is chronically
short of funds; for the latter their
former comrades have had to as-
sume financial responsibility
through a separate fund. The
maintenance of the disabled and
their families has already cost
By ADA OREN
half a million
the government
pounds.
"Mahal" men and women vol-
unteers from abroad also consti-
tute a special category. Almost
?hL them could return where
bSLSST from without t0 great
inconvenience, and most of course
do so. not having intended to out-
arrVeH fiBhting- But there are
some who stay on.
There exists now a series nf
special resettling officers for such
personnel who help them set
work and housing. Some of thfse
veterans have already found jobs
n a multitude of fields; others
were able to start businesses"
m eX,Hr'ng; nes & obtaining
from abroad machinery, tools
cars and boats, etc. Still others
have caught the pioneering spin
-they either learn Hebrew in
white collar jobs or accept simpler
jobs and even set up their own
vlclers, and settlers' groups
which already number sfevJra
hundred persons. ~verai
These young men and women
have already formed several as-
sociations generally according to
f countries of origin, for conv
mon representation and for help-
ing their friends to get used in
ocal conditions. It iVwsS
find such people jobs than rooms
as many are skilled. '
There are many curious phe-
nomena connected with this type
of wartime immigration, apart
from the importance of whether i bet to university level work "00-
ZJZ *i.SK" haVe Eft" W is ^signed ulti-
married during their stav in this
country. Thus a group of some
la young men. who are now in
training in the Negt-v prior to
launching experiments in ranch-
108 3 SL2 The P. has
mately to give every soldier a
minimum vocabulary of 1 100
words.
Much attention is being paid
now to physical training, with in-
structors graduating from newly
formed army schools. There
a.i,.."T"----- e;iuiurai heaa-
out J?lVre tXp(H ,,,r| ,n m**e
l uf ""' m ranching, at
east in the tourist trade since
!i ulso plan u dud(' ranch
r"ebr,ew courses in the army are
feers ac'i"nOSmo0thly- with vlu-
\nd p;"";-,!niP teachers
and sold:,:- with local high
n5tmc,edfha,'0n beinR tl;'lnid "o
rad Thhclr lrnrr"Krant com-
Tne services of salaried
civilian teachers have been dS
haveLVrh- ;'nd "-brew less"!
of rmvCTea,n obligatory part
of army discipline. Service nn
teens contribute to the campaign
b> distributing, along with cigar-
make au"d ^olate, tags whTch
make tip a prize-winning game
for diligent students and the
army weekly pnnts f^,,,^
The"8 ch-used metaphor
eaJp- t.?0ld,ers themselves are
hfe ,n ,HiPrepare ,hemselves for
}e in this country while still in
cases Tr- and,there have bUn
on thic reaues,s to defer release
offer also hT Sme course
nil i ,background informa-
Itudentl ranging from the alpha!
fare of Jewish Soldiers. An army
symphony orchestra has lonj
been in existence.
There are. of course, military
prisons, with libraries and facili-
ties for teaching simple trades
and Hebrew to men sentenced to
lengthy terms of imprisonment
All inmates are employed in W
maintenance of the prison services
and may freely receive and dis-
patch correspondence; daily
papers are supplied by the au-
me"nfVipr"Tcr^i'v "s Lummana- thorities. Arrested soldiers await-
enth- 21 .ael s a'my has re" ing trial live and continue to
+Jewish Flcridiati
Published avary Friday sine* "
-y Tha Jewish Florldlan st 1 *
5iK*t> c.--.. uu-i iu PlarldS. tr
been allotted an extensive tract I in ar,my schools- There are
of hitherto useless landThyfhe jSLSSi/" totgL-fo>pation sports
J.N.P since cattle breed inV u ^P^'j10"86 first P' at
one of Israel's agricultural head- C !ndcPendence
prizes a
"''" Day marks-
manship contest for units and in-
dividuals went to a Circassian
minority unit and its command-
(red second-clata matKr
'30. at the Post '
1 tB
Fl.. under th* Ael of March JfJ
Th Jewish Florldlan his ""
Beach Jr. Hadajjsah
Members Will Attend
Jacksonville Meet
BevXh n!!?^8,01. the M'ami
"each Unit of Junior Hadassah
will attend the Southern Regional
conference of the group to be
4 aidn5JaCkSOnVille SePtember^
Members who will attend the
Me BeerIy Raphael, presi!
dent Mrs. Roslyn SolU, Lillian
Aronson and Selma Lewis all
on the regional board; Annette
Melich and Kitty Elias.
annnti reg|onal conclave is an
annual event at which represent-
atives from Florida, Georgia
theT^Ha Louis'ana meet. On
sinnt 8t^i iareducational ses-
of??.ffW.al iffai/s' installation Volume 22
anddce "^ ,0rmal ban(,Uet FRIDAY. AUGUST 19, 1*
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+Je*lsti ITIerkflar
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fest Miami Jewish Center Will Hold
lembership Party, Children's Fete
rhe West Miami Jewish Center*-----------------------------------------------
hold a membership party
jiday at 8 p.m. on the lawn
A. Lampert and S. Samuels
Imes at 6357-6367 S.W. 15th St.
the city of West Miami. A
Iffet dinner and entertainment
LI be provided for members
Id their guests.
fThe affair is under the direc-
i of Jack Nemith, chairman of
membership committee, who
being assisted by Mrs. Rose
sldcn, refreshments, and Mrs.
ferdie Klein, entertainment.
>'or the younger children in
.. community the program com-
jttec, headed by Louis Golden
Leonard J. Kalish, has ar-
iged a hay ride to Fairyland
jrfc Sunday at 11 a.m. The
aungsters will be entertained by
[clown, enjoy the rides and get
eir fill of ice cream and soda
The organization has chartered
C Show Boat for the night of
turday, August 27, for a moon-
ht boat ride and dance for
luncheon Today
fill Honor Goldman
[The Americanism luncheon
iring Abe S. Goldman, com-
ander of the United Veterans
ouncil of Dade County, will be
bid today at 12:15 p.m. in the
owntowner Restaurant, Seybold
jilding.
Sponsored by Sholem Lodge,
Fnai B'rith, the luncheon will be
ghlighted by the presentation
Miami Beach Councilman Bur-
Roth of a bronze plaque to
Dldman in recognition of "his
years of service in advancing
feterans affairs and combatting
feiudice and bigotry in Florida."
I Convention officials of the Vet-
tans of Foreign Wars, as well
prominent Miami and Dade
ounty governmental officers,
kve been invited to attend the
ir, it has been announced by
ftolem Lodge president, John
ronenfeld.
interested persons are in-
ed to attend. Reservations may
secured by calling at the
^olem Lodge office, 330 Seybold
liilding, or telephoning 82-5684.
members and friends. Music will
be provided for dancing.
Members who have procured
ads for the Center journal and
raised funds through other
sources will be guests of the or-
ganization.
Jacobson, Friedman
To Attend BB Meet
Charles R. Jacobson, executive
director of the B'nai B'rith Coun-
cil of Greater Miami, will attend
a district conference of B'nai
lie advantage of many com-
ercial codes is that they con-
isc the message into one-fifth
space.
POSITION WANTED
b Sexton or can conduct all High
foliday Services. Can blow
Shofar and read the Torah.
BENNY STIEBEL
36 N.W. 95th St. 78-0705
KidiawiiMNWMMHMHiumiuHiiiniiiiiiiiiuiinmMiiiiiiiuuiiiuiwiii
toman offered private room and
oard by business couple in ex-
nange jor light housework. Eve-
nings and weekends off.
Call 82-1384
Monday through Friday
Charles Jacobson
Associated Photographers
Julie Rubin Pledged
To Yale Friedlander
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Rubin of
Asheville, N. C, announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Julie, to Yale Friedlander of
Montgomery. Ala.
For the past three years the
bride-elect has been making her
home with her uncle and aunt,
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Argintar, 74
S.W. 28th Road. Miss Rubin, who
is now employed by Dade Fed-
eral Savings and Loan Associa-
tion, attended schools in Ashe-
ville.
Mr. Friedlander. son of Mr.
and Mrs. Nathan Friedlander of
Mobile, Ala., graduated from the
University of Alabama, where he
was a member of Kappa Nu
social fraternity. He served in
the European theatre for three
years and is now in business in
Montgomery.
A late fall wedding is being
j planned.
Red Cross Needs
Nurse's Aides
The Dade County Chapter of
the American Red Cross is
urgently in need of volunteers to
train as nurse's aides, according
to an announcement by Mrs. R.
Ernest Nitzche, volunteer services
chairman.
At the present time a class of
ten volunteers is waiting for a
full complement of 20 before
i training starts. The course lasts
for a total of 80 hours. 35 hours
of classroom work are required
followed by 45 hours of in-service
training in the hospital. After
complete satisfactory training has
been accomplished a capping
ceremony is held at which time
the applicant takes a pledge of
service. '
Local Red Cross nurse's aides
work in the Veterans Hospital in
Coral Gables and at Jackson
Memorial Hospital. Full informa-
tion may be obtained by writing
to Red Cross Volunteer Service
Headquarters, or by telephoning
3-3873.
Personally Speaking
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Sher of West Palm Beach have re-
turned from a visit by plane to their former home, Worcester,
Mass.
* '
Al Herschkorn of West Palm Beach returned from New
York, where he was called by the death of his father.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Lyons, 1624 S.W. 27th Ten., entertained
with a family dinner party on Tuesday, August 16, at Erving's
on Coral Way, in honor of the 39th wedding anniversary of Mrs.
Lyons' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Lyons, 2662 S.W. 16th Ave.
* *
Louis Green, 1451 S.W. 5th St., has returned from a three
month stay in the North.
* *
Arthur De Gutz, Miami Beach photographer of 738 41st St.,
is now in Chicago, where he is attending the fifty-eighth annual
convention of the Photographers' Association of America.
* *
Nathan Alexander is still confined to his home at 1756
N.W. 16th St. by illness.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers left today for a motor trip
in the North. They will be guests at the Copake Country Club,
Craryville, N. Y. Before returning to Miami shortly after Labor
Day, they will pick up their children who are at camp.
B'rith leaders in Atlanta, Ga.,
tomorrow and Sunday to plan
B'nai B'rith programs for the
Southeastern states.
According to E. Albert Pallot,
president of the B'nai B'rith
Council, Jacobson will represent
POSITION WANTED
iai.cnderExperienced Mixer
Local residence 12 years
Call Sam at 83-4950
CANTOR WANTED
For High Holiday Services
in Miami Beach
Write C. W.. Box 2973
Miami 18, Fla.
INVESTMENT ADVISER
Handling your dlHpretlonary ac-
count at your stock broker In your
name. Minimum original Invest-
Jient $2,000. Minimum annual fee
*o10 in advance. Original invest-
ment guaranteed.
NATHAN ABRAHAM
O. Box 1922 Miami 11, Fla.
Engagement Announced
Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Gruner of
West Palm Beach announce the
engagement and approaching
marriage of their daughter, Milli-
cent, to Harvey Liebergall, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lierber-
gall, New York. The wedding will
take place at the Savoy Plaza
Hotel in New York on Septem-
ber 4.
The bride-elect was graduated
from Palm Beach High School and
Bucknell University. She is the
grand niece of the late Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Wolfson, pioneer resi-
dents of Miami and Key West.
Mr. Liebergall was graduated
from Lafayette High School,
Brooklyn, N. Y., and attended
Brooklyn College. He is associ-
ated in business with his father
in New York.
Prostermans Leave
For California
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Proster-
man left Miami Beach on August
15 for a trip to Los Angeles. In
addition to visiting members of
their family there, Mr. Proster-
man will visit the Jewish Na-
tional Fund Council of Los An-
geles and on his return will stop
in Chicago to visit the Jewish
National Fund in that city as well.
They plan to return the early
part of October.
Afilton A. Friedman
District No. 5 comprising seven
Southeastern states. Plans will be
discussed for the launching of a
nation wide B'nai B'rith member-
ship drive on October 13, the
106th anniversary of the found-
ing of the order.
Also attending the conference
from Miami will be Milton A.
Friedman, a national youth com-
mission member from this area.
On Monday Friedman will leave
for Bloomington. Ind., where he
will attend the silver anniversary
convention of the Junior Order
of B'nai B'rith, AZA.
Friedman is one of two men in
the entire country who has gone
through the ranks of AZA to be-
come a senior member.
Following the AZA conclave,
Friedman will spend several days
in Rochester, Minn. He will return
Labor Day weekend.
Judge Brown To Serve As Moderator
On Radio Panel Tomorrow Evening
"Yes, Your Honesty!" latest in the new radio series. Stories to
Remember, will be heard over station WVCG tomorrow at 6 p.m.
Participating in the fifteen-minute live panel discussion follow-
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Cunicipal Court, who will serve as moderator; Walter Headley,
chief of police, city of Miami; Sam Silver, Miami attorney and civic
leader; and Mrs. Nat Williams of the Service to Foreign-born De-
partment, Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women.
Starring in "Yes, Your Honesty!" the story of an immigrant
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Feder Renamed Beth Jacob Cantor;
Schreibman To Lead Holiday Chorus
Congregation Beth Jacoh an-
nounces the reappointment of
Louis D. Feder as cantor.
Cantor Feder. who will take
over his cantorial duties for the
year this Sabbath. Shabbos Ma-
Vorchim Ellul. has served with
the congregation for the past three
years. During this time he has
acquired a name for himself as
an interpreter of traditional Jew-
ish music. Prior to coming to
Miami, the cantor, who is a lyric
baritone, served with the Bronx
YMHA and the Burnside Jewish
Center.
Cantor Feder will chant the
High Holy Day services this year
with the assistance of a double
choir under the leadership of Jos-
eph Schreibman.
Schreibman. who has conducted
services with such renowned can-
tors as Pinchok. Rosenblatt.
Chagi and Malovsky. :s a grad-
uate of Moscow Conservatory of
Music. He has devoted most of
his time and energy to the study
of liturgical and Palestinian
music and has composed several
numbers which will be sung at
the services.
Joseph Schreibman


Cantor Louis D. Feder
Proceeds From Mah fang
Lessons To Aid Orphans
In connection with raising
funds toward her yearly quota as
a member of Tamara Chapter
Mizrachi Women. Mrs. Ben Kazer.
3524 E.W. 3rd Ave., has an-
nounced she will give a series
of mah jong lessons. Mrs. Kazer
will contribute all monies earned
in this fashion to the care of the
orphan children maintained in
the farms, schools and orphan-
ages in the State of Israel. Any-
one interested in joining the class
is asked to call 2-4522.
Mrs. HirM'h Is
On Palay Board
Mm Muriel Hirsch was named
a member of the board of di-
rectors of the Cerebral Palsy As-
sociation. Inc.. by Irving Gold-
man, president, at a recent meet-
ing of the group.
Mrs. Hirsch has donated S100
to be awarded as a prize to the
person writing a winning slogan
about cerebral palsy such a* Re
member the Forgotten Chid or I
-Be a Palsv Pal- The contest is
open to everyone, and all entries
must be malted to the S ogan
Committee o the Cerebral Pals> I
Association a: 304 SJA nn A> *;:
hv August 29 Mr? Hirsch or he.
representative will be the judge.
All entries become the property
of the association and may dc
used bv them in connection wltn
the fund-raising campaign to t>e
conducted October 23-29.
In addition. Mrs. Hirsch has
pledged to raise S500 toward a
physician's fellowship. The physi-
cian chosen may take a two-week
or three-month course of training
in cerebral palsy technique at a
recognized school of cerebral
palsv. Physicians and internes
who are interested in the fellow-
ship may call 2-6393.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 19,
tiorrhov Agency
OiM-iHf On Beach
Announcement has been made
of the establishment of the Sidney
B Gorchov Advertising Agency
located at 350 Lincoln Road. Mi-
ami Beach, where the Florida of-
*i?e of the S. S. Cantor Agency
of Philadelphia has been in busi-
ness since January. 1946. under
GorchoVs direction ......j
Recognition has been granted
the Gorchov agency by the New
York Publisher's Association.
\mong accounts now being serv-
iced bv the organization are the
Versailles Hotel. Land O Sun
Dairies. Reddi-Wip Co. of Florida,
Miami Beach Chamber of Com-
merce. Belmar. Georgian Con 1
tinental and St. Montz hotels
These accounts employ national
media including newspapers,
magazines, billboards and radio.
Gorchov is owner and operator
of the agencv which he estab-
lished following his release from
service. His experiences include
agencv background in Philadel-
phia, plus three years of Pronwi_
tion work for Walter Anner,^
of the Philadelphia Inquirer j2
is a graduate of the UniversityZ
Alabama and lives with hi* i-t
and two sons in Miami. **
BB Youth Unit To
Hold Boat Bide
A moonlight cruise on the
"Seven Seas Dream Boat" will be
sponsored by the B'nai B nth
(Youth Council on Sunday. August
28. at 9 p.m.. it has been an-
nounced bv Miss Selma Lewis.
B'nai B'rith Youth director.
According to Chairman Carol
Jaffee. the boat will leave Pier
10. City Yacht Basin, at 9 p.m.
and tickets at SI per person may-
be secured by calling Miss Jaffee
at 86-8097.
A program of entertainment
and dancing is planned and re-
freshments will be available at
the snack bar. The committee on
'arrangements includes Sandra
Wheatman and Adrian Lipson.
Congregation Beth Jacob Will Re-Open
Religious School Sunday Morning
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Congregation Beth Jacob an
nounces the reopening of its daily
Religious School Sunday at 10
a.m.
The Beth Jacob Religious
School offers courses for children
between the ages of 6 and 14 in
the Hebrew language, the study
of the prayer book and bible.
Jewish history and religious
studies. Hebrew grammar and a
reading and speaking knowledge
of Yiddish are included in the
upper grades. Classes are under
the tutelage of Louis D. Feder.
Rabbi M. Mescheloff is the princi-
pal and I. Miller is the chairman
of the board of education.
Children enrolled before the
summer vacation will attend this
Sunday morning's sessions at the
usual hour. Registration of new
children will take place through
the week at the synagogue office.
Parents may inspect the new
classrooms in the community
building annex built during the
term of office of President David
Whitman.

Aabbi Joseph E. Rackovslry
818 Michigan Avenue
Miami Beach
Phone 5-3595
DOV JNF Chairman Asks
Members To Call Her
All members of the DOV Chap-
ter of Mizrachi wishing to have
their Jewish National Fund boxes
counted or to buy trees in Israel
is asked to contact Mrs. Sam
Geltner. JNF chairman, at 3-6508.
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(orth Shore Women
Ian Swim Dance
I Final arrangements are under-
lay for the second annual cos-
fcrne swim dance sponsored by
he North Shore Women's Chap-
lr of B'nai B'rith Wednesday at
[p.m. at the Sorrento Hotel.
The committee headed by co-
hairman Mrs. Selma Leban and
|rs Selma Luchow has an-
ounced that prizes will be
warded to the winners of the
Ax and Mrs. 1849" and "Mr.
nd Mrs. 1949" beauty contest,
rogram will also include a
iimba contest with prizes to Win-
ers Music for dancing will be
Urnished by Mai Malkin and his
fchestra.
Mrs. Leon Rapee is in charge
i reservations and the arrange-
ments committee includes Mrs.
flark Silverstein and Mrs. Melvin
Lltman. Tickets are $1 per person
aid included in the price of ad-
nission are cabanas and towels.
flamingo Unit,
nnliac Home
fo Hold Dance
. The Flamingo Chapter of Na-
tional Children's Cardiac Home
till sponsor a swim dance Sun-
lay at 8 p.m. at the Hyde Park
Hotel pool, Mrs. Sam Magaziner,
tjce president in charge, has an-
nounced.
I Entertainment will be provided
by members of the Miami Youth
Round Up, in addition to the
hotel performers.
J Admission is one dollar, and
kickets may be obtained at the
Boor or by calling Mrs. Magaziner
It 9-4482 or Mrs. Edmund Perls,
Ehairman of the evening, at
2-2923.
Assisting Mrs. Magaziner and
..Irs. Perls are the Mesdames Irv-
ing Rapp, Leslie Fairmont, Jerry
Cohen and Marvin Apte.
In case of rain the dance will
be held in the Brigadoon Room
of the hotel.
|Kraut To Speak At
[Beach Lodge Luncheon
Frederick M. Kraut, national
director, veteran's relations com-
nittee of the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith, will be
She guest speaker at the weekly
Puncheon meeting of the Miami
JBeach Lodge, B'nai B'rith, Tues-
Iday at Hamburger Hearth, 1475
IWashington Ave., Miami Beach.
I Kraut directs the Anti-Defama-
[tion League program of cooperat-
ling with veteran's groups in the
I combatting of bigotry and ad-
vancing harmonious human rela-
tions. He will be visiting Miami
in connection with the national
convention of the Veterans of
Foreign War. Jack Gold, luncheon
club chairman, will introduce the
speaker.
ADL Veterans Head
Here For Conclave
In Miami to attend the national
convention of the Veterans of
Foreign Wars is Frederick M.
Kraut, national director of the
Veterans Relations Department,
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith. ,
From his headquarters in the
league's national offices in New
York, Kraut directs the league's
[program for building harmonious
I group relations among the na-
tion's veterans.
Kraut has played a leading role
in education and social action
movements for the combatting of
discrimination and subversive
groups.
While in the Miami area. Kraut, David H. Cohn, assistant director,
is receiving the cooperation of|of the Anti-Defamation League's
Gilbert J. Bs
Jalkin, director, and'Florida Regional Office.
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Ruth Simon
Betrothal Revealed
A September 17 wedding is
being planned by Miss Ruth
Simon, whose engagement to
Sonny Tandlich was recently an-
nounced by her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Simon, N.E. 45th St.
Mr. Tandlich's parents are Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Tandlich, S.W.
10th Ave.
The ceremony will take place
in Pittsburgh, Pa.
Lillian Sales To
Wed Max P. Engel
Sunday Afternoon
Lillian Sales, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Nathan Sales, of 660
N.W. 45th St., will become the
bride of Max Philip Engel, son
of the David Engels, Miami, Sun-
day afternoon at the Shelborne
Hotel. Rabbi Max Shapiro will
read the double-ring service. A
recepting and dinner will follow
the ceremony, which is scheduled
to begin at 2 p.m.
The bride-to-be, secretary to
the special events director of the
city of Miami, was graduated
from Miami Senior High School
and attended the University of
Miami. She is a member of the
Junior Hadassah.
Mr. Engel, who spent three and
a half years in the Army Air
Force, attended Rutgers Universi-
ty and is now a student at the
University of Miami.
Besides the parents of the bride
and bridegroom, those who will
attend the ceremony are Ronald
Sales, brother of the bride; two
sisters and their husbands, Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Phillips and Mr.
and Mrs. William Siedle; Mr. and
Mrs. Leo C. Steinberg and chil-
dren, Wanda and Joel, and Mr.
and Mrs. Alfred Grodin and
daughter, Janice Patricia.
The newlyweds will reside in
Miami upon their return from a
wedding trip.
Ellen Brodkin
Atlanta Girl Pledged
To Joseph C. Leifer
Planning a September wedding
is Miss Ellen Brodkin, whose be-
trothal to Joseph Charles Leifer,
son of the Abe Leifers, 728 Jef-
ferson Ave., Miami Beach, has
been revealed by her mother,
Mrs. Rose Brodkin, Atlanta, Ga.
The prospective bridegroom is
a graduate of Georgia Tech, a
member of Eta Kappa Nu and
Tau Beta Pi, honorary engineer-
ing fraternities.
Miami Y Bridge Session
A bridge session is slated for
Monday night at 8:15 at the Mi-
ami Y.
Winners at the session held on
August 8 were Rose Elfen and
Lou Seitlin, first place, and Mr.
and Mrs. H, Wilensky. second.
Personally Speaking ...
On a Caribbean cruise are Mr. and Mrs. Louis I. Krensky,
4955 Delaware Ave., Miami Beach. The Krenskys sailed from
New Orleans aboard the Alcoa Corsair. On their way back to
Miami Beach, they will stop in Gainesville to visit their son,
Herbert, who is a student at the University of Florida.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Aronvitz, 242 Beacon Blvd., are spend-
ing the month of August in Key West
* *
A daughter was bom to Mr. and Mrs. Edward Peyser, 809
S.W. 2nd St, on August 7 at Victoria Hospital. Proud grand-
parents are Mr. and Mrs. I. Tannen, 1725 Calais Dr., Miami
Beach.
* *
Mrs. Evelyn Edelman and son are visiting Dr. Hyman Katz,
recently of Monticello. N. Y., who has just passed his Florida
State dental exams. Dr. Katz, who resides at 810 N.W. 79th St..
is contemplating opening offices here.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. C. Band announce the birth of a daughter,
Sheila Ellen, on July 30 at Doctor's Hospital.
* *
Recently discharged from the Navy, where he was stationed
at the United States Naval Hospital at Mare Island, Vallejo,
Cal., Joseph Mintzer plans to enter the University of Florida in
September. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Mintzer, 1843
S.W. 9th St.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Binder have moved to their new
home at 510 N.E. 29th St
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Max Mintzer, 1843 S.W. 9th St., recently
returned from a six-week trip, which took them to Montreal,
Canada, New York City, and McRae, Ga., where they visited
their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Halperin.
* *
Miami vacationers at Duncraggan 111, Hendersonville, N. C,
include Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Gans and son, Charles; Mr. and
Mrs. Elliott Pearl and son. Michael; Mrs. Ceil Schweigle, Rose
Asian and James Sounders.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Belenky will return to their home in
Miami Beach this week, after spending several weeks at Dun-
craggan Inn, Hendersonville, N. C.
* *
Dr. and Mrs. Nathaniel M. Levin, and their sons, Barry and
Joel, left for a vacation in the West Indies. They plan to visit
Dominican Republic, Haiti, Jamaica and Cuba and expect to
return shortly after Labor Day.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. George J. Talianof are leaving today for a
two-week vacation in Roanoke, Va., and New York.
* + *
Mr. and Mrs. William Glick, 2381 S.W. 25th Terr., have as
their guest Mr. Glick's brother, Joe, who arrived here from New
York Tuesday. The visitor is a star athlete, former Golden
Gloves champion and amateur boxing and wrestling title holder
for the state of New York.
* *
Sam W. Shapiro has arrived at Duncraqqan Inn, Hender-
sonville, N. C, to join Mrs. Shapiro and dauqhter, Ellen, who
are spending the summer there.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Fledell, 2547 S.W. 31st Ave., announce
the birth of a son on Thursday, August 11, at St. Francis Hos-
pital. The baby will be named Norman Dennis. Bris is scheduled
for 3 p.m. Sunday at the Fledell home.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. David Tucker, 9064 Harding Ave., celebrated
their forty-fourth wedding anniversary with an open house for
friends Monday night. The Tuckers are formerly of Chicago.
* *
Bernard I. Gelbert will return this weekend from a three-
week sojourn in Boston.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Miller, 931 S.W. 4th St., have returned
from a three-month vacation. Included in their itinerary were
New York, Connecticut! and Tucson, Arizona.
* *
Mrs. Myron H. Cohn, Germantown, Philadelphia, is spend-
ing a month with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Halpem, 259
Oleander Ave., Palm Beach. Mrs. Cohn is the former Jerry
Halpern. Mr. Cohn wil join his wife later.
*
Mrs. Earl Schrier and daughters of Asheville, N. C, are
visiting Mrs. Schrier's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Dave of
West Palm Beach.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Schulman, 2380 S.W. 15th St., an-
nounce the birth of a son, Harvey Lee, on August 13 at Victoria
Hospital. The mother is the former Jeanette Mintzer, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Max Mintzer of this city.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. William Friedman are spending several v#V-s
in New York. During their stay they wfH attend the National
Jewelers convention at Waldorf Astoria. The Friedmans are
making thefr headquarters at the Hotel New Yorker.
* *
Mrs. Alex Cohen, 2220 S.W. 19th Terr., has just returned
from New York, where she visited her dauqhter, Theresa, who
is an editorial research assistant for Tune Maqazine. Durin'q her
stay Mrs. Cohen and Theresa attended the Berkshire- Music
Festival in Tanglewood. Mass. Mrs. Cohen, who makes an
annual pilgrimage to Tanglewood for the festival, says that this
year's was the most satisfactory nh has attended. Mrs. Cohen
also spent a week with hex sister, Mrs. Pearl Briaqs, in Baltimore.
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PAGE TEN
Hillel Leaders To Convene At Brandeis,
Dr. Michelson To Represent U-M
"Religious Values and Their-s>-
Relationship to American Higher
Education" will be the central
theme of discussion for the di-
rectors of the B'nai B'rith Hillel
Foundations, who serve 197 uni-
versity and college campuses
throughout the United States.
Canada and Cuba, at their first
post-war national conference to
be held August 23. 24 and 25 on
the campus of Brandeis Universi-
ty in Waltham. Mass.
Dr. Donald Michelson. director
of the University of Miami chap-
ter, will be among the representa-
tives from 28 states who will as-
semble on the Brandeis campus
to deal with the problem of re-
ligious counseling techniques in
modern university life.
Leading participants in the
three day conference will be
Rabbi Arthur J. Lelyveld. nation-
al director of the Hillel Founda-
tions: Frank Goldman, national
president of Brwi B'rith: Dr.
Abram L. Sachar. president of
Brandeis University and chair-
man of the National Hillel Com-
mission: Frank N. Trager. na-
tional program director of the
Anti-Defamation League: Maur-
ice Bisgyer. secretary of B'nai
B'rith: Virgil Smirnow. director
of community service for the Vo-
cational Service Bureau: and
Harry Dobkin. director of the
National Youth Service Appeal.
The Hillel Foundations, now in
their twenty-sixth year of opera-
4>ables Group To
Present Program
On Mental Health
A special program on mental
health will be presented at the
monthly meeting of the First
Jewish Congregation of Coral
Gables on Monday evening at 8
p.m. at Hillel House. 3306 Ponce
de Leon Blvd.. Coral Gables.
The program is part of the or-
ganization's efforts to help in a
better understanding of commun-
ity problems for the community
at large, according to Lee Platt.
president, and the public is in-
vited to attend.
Highlight of the event will be
the showing of the motion pic-
ture "Feeling of Rejection" which
is being presented through the
courtes> of the Mental Health
Society of Southeastern Florida.
Dr. Seymour M. Blumenthal.
professor of psychology and con-
sulting psychologist of the Uni-
ty of Miami Guidance Cen-
ter, will be guest speaker. Dr.
Blumenthal. a specialist in mental
health problems, will discuss and
interpret the film. A question-
and-answer period will follow.
Miss Lois Parks, executive sec-
retary of the Mental Health So-
ciety of Southeastern Florida,
who recently returned from Tal-
lahassee where she vigorously
campaigned for an increase in
mental health facilities in Flor-
ida, will discuss specific needs
for mental health in Dade Countv.
tion, provide cultural, religious
and counseling activities among
Jewish students on college and
university campuses. Established
by the B'nai B'rith organization in
1923 on the campus of the Uni-
versity of Illinois its services are
utilized each vear by more than
150.000 students.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
FRIDAY, AUGUST 19,
hereby Riven that the
ORDER TO APPEAR undersigned, desiring '" '"'' "1
N THE CIRCUIT COJ RT Of business und" ""' f1'"""1'" ""!"" 'l'
ELEVENTH Jl'DIC1AL s'H BROOK CO. at N W
OP FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE g ....,, inil ,tn Avenue, Miami,
COUNTY IN CHANCERY, > .; (.,.,,..,v. Florida, Intends to^reK-
[RVING J OR1 !> EIS
AMELIA '.HI BST S
Y AMELIA OR! -
]:,.< 13th Street N'"
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV.
FLORIDA. .IN PROBATE, No.
2:'S33.
In Re: ESTATE OK
JULIUS ELKIN,
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons M:i\ -
ing Claims ,.1 Demandi Against
Said Estate:
You. and each 01 you, are hereby
n.'tilled and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, mav have again-st the
estate of'JULIUS ELKIN- deceased
late of Dade Cennty. Florida, to the
Hon. \V. F: BLA.NTON, County Judge
j/ Dade County, and file the same
In his office in the County Courthouse
In Dade County. Florida, within eight
:.ir months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
pn sented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred. See Section 124) of
1933 Probate Act.
Date A'jgust 11. AD. 1949.
RAYMOND ELKIN,
As Administrator of the Estate of
JULIUS ELKIN, Deceased.
DE COSTAS, MAER A FLOYD
117-S Blacayne Building
Miami 32. Klorlda
Attorney for Administrator
> 12-19-26 9/2
York are n
ance In tti<
divorce on the l
1949, or a decree pn
entered against you
Dated Hi i" v -""-' i?4*-
1: B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of th< C
(Circuit Court Seal) .
in H.M W STOCK
i p it!
MOIE J. L TENDR1CH,
Attorney for Plaintiff
607-8 B caj Bu
Miami 32, Klorlda
v 19.20 : 2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that N ....; .
the undersigned, di
business under the flctlt is 1 ime ol
O. it Market at 100 N. W. 19th Street,
Miami, Florida, Intend to rei
1 name with the Clerk of the
Circuit < '.irt of I >.,'!. Counl I
MORTON PORWICK S
SACK PORWICK
MYERS. HEIMAN a KAPLAN
Attorneys for Api
Beybold Bids
8 19-26 9 2-9-10
.'_,'....., ,1 name with the Clerk of the
Court "f Dade County, Klorlda.
\ \r ROTTENBBRQ
.1 h LESSER
'-'"
West P Beach, Fla.
!. 12-19-36 9 2-1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 19 HEREBY GIVEN that
nderi Rned, desiring to engage In
1,1 the fictitious name of
it's Photo Center at 1141-43 West
Street, Miami, Florida, in-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
,'"",l,i.,I"n!''n,t,USTRATORS. INC.
\ pi rida Corporation
By Bui ies Laahman, President
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
for Applicant
I Building
_______LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER~7icTir^r~^
NAME LAW 'U
business umle^, ^
M^n?nAUv^e.,^r'fc^
tend to register the Ra,ldFlrM. h!
the Clerk of the Circuit Cm5*J"
County. Florida. <-oun "M,
IVAR OWES
ETHEL OLSEN
Owners
OSCAR RAPPAPORT
Attorney
r>16 Seybold Building
7/29 8/5-12-19
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
126571.
-MARY THOMPSON BLATTY. fiam-
tlff. vs. EDWARD BLATTY, De-
fendant
To- EDWARD BLATTY
No 323 Bryant Street. N.E.,
Washington, D. C.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
Mia .1 1 >i 11 of complaint for annulment
has been filed against you, and you
are hereby required to file your ap-
pearance or answer herein on or be-
fore September 12th, 1949. otherwise
the allegations of said bill will be
taken as confessed by vou.
Dated at Miami, Klorlda, this 11
day of August. 1949
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By Wit W
MARX FABER
Solicitor for Plaintiff
412 Congress B;
Miami. Flo:
8/12-1 1-20 9 i
STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 12.....5"
SALLY s SHANK, Plaintiff, vs.
wii.i.ia.M J SHANK, JR., Defend-
ant.
TO: WILLIAM .1 SHANK. JR.
Schrule'a Cabins,
McKee City, New Jersey
You are hen by ordi red to file s o h
appearance or answer t.. the hill of
complaint for divorce filed against
you bj sally S shank on oi be-
t..... the 10 das ol September, 1949,
otherwi.-e the allegations of said bill
will be taken at confessed as.
you.
E B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deput) Clerk.
GEORGE J. TAI.IANOFF
Solicitor for plaintiff
8/19-26 : 2-9
i ouples Club To
Meet Sunday
A meeting of the Young
Married Couples' Club of Beth
David is scheduled for Sundav
at 8 p.m. at the Beth David audi-
torium.
Two movie sohrts. "Memoriam
on a Victorv" and 'Homecoming
1949," will be shown.
Abe Gannes. director of the
Bureau of Jewish Education, will
discuss the social and economic
situation in Israel today.
Following the program! nomi-
nations for officers will be made.
Refreshments will be served after
the meeting.
All young married couples in
the Greater Miami area are in-
vited to attend.
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
The Jewish Floridicm so-
licits your legal notices.
We appreciate your
patronage and guaran-
tee accurate service at
legal rates. Phone 2-1141
for messenger service.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COCNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
22742.
ESTATE <>K
JACOB MINOW1TZ,
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing claims or Demand! Against Said
Estate:
You, and each of you. are hereby
I and required to present any
uaimi and demands which you or
may have against' the
estate of JACOB MINOWITZ de-
late of Dade Count]. Florida
to the Hon. W. P. BLANTON, Count v
Judge of Dade County, and file the
same In hi.- office in the County
'ourthouse in Dade County. Florida
i eight calendar months from
it} of the flrM publication here-
B lid claims or demands to con-
tain the legal address of the claimant
ind to be sworn to and presented as
aforesaid, or same will be barred. Pee
120 of the 1933 Probate Act
l>ate August 11. A. 11 1949
BERTHA MINOWITZ
As Executrix of the Last Will and
SSSSS2S "JACOB *owiTz,
THEODl iRE'j, SAKl IW1TZ
^$'or Ex.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE ClltcriT Ci.ritT OF THE
I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
TOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 120620
VICTORIA ROBSON, Plaintiff, vs.
STEPHEN k ROBSON, Defendant,
T< I: Stephen E. Robson
.':'! Bay 32nd Street
Brooklyn, New York
You are hereby required to file an
appearance In the above divorce action
on or before September 14, 1949 ol
wise ;t Decree Pro Confesso will be
entered against you.
^ Dated this IT.th day of August,
E. It. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. w
HAROLD SHAPIRO
Attorney for Plaintiff
927 Lincoln Road
2/19-26 9/2-9
STl i.'KINO.
Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
Ml under the fictitious name of
ALRAY SHOPPE at number 124 South
Miami Avenue, in the city of Miami.
Klorlda, intends to register the said
name with tin Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
HENRY STK1NRERG
ARONOVITZ, WEINKLE AND
ARONOVITZ
Attorneys for Applicant
s, ybold Building
>, 19-26 ? :-:'-ifi
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE corNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND Koll DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No.
In Re: ESTATE I IP
MORRIS I GERSTEIN,
I leceased.
To All Creditor! and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Saul Estate:
You, and .ach of you, are hereby
l and required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
either of you, may have against the
estate of MORRIS .1. GERSTEIN de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
tn the Fon W, P. BLANTON, County
Judgi of Dade County, ami file the
same in his office in the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within eight calendar months from
the date of the first publication here-
of Said claims or demands to contain
the legal address of the claimant and
to he swern to and presented as afore-
said, or same will he barred. See Sec-
tion 120 of the 1933 Probate Act
Date August S, AD 1949
GERALD "I." I1LEASON and
B. DAVID ROSEN
A- Co-executors of the Last Will
and Testament of MORRIS J
UKRSTEIN. Deceased
E DAVID ROSEN
54S Seybold Bldg.
Ml iml, Fla.
Atb rney for Executors
B 12-19-36 B I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
M _, NAME LAW
NOTII E IS HEREBY GIVEN that
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring
business under the fictitious name o(
LLACii toc,<;eky shop at number
......Ulna Avenue In the t n
Miami Beach, Florida : nds t ri u--
isterthe said name with the Clerk ol
the < iroult Couit o( Dade County,
Mi.rid.,
.,.. ISUXJRE ARONOVITZ
ARONOVITZ, WEINKLE
ARONOVITZ
748 Beybi Id Building
Miami. Fla
8 12-19-26 9 --:
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
,r ^.,. D|SSOLUTlON
IN THE NAME AND RV THF ,,-
THOWTT OK THE ST^I
OK
TO, ALL TO WHOM THESE PRES.
BNTO SHALL COME (iREET-
This is to certify that, whereas
Leon A Epstein, Miami. Florida
MuSred6' 00,dS?.lth- M'^- ""'rida.
PtorM. KUngenamlth, Miami.
of June,
Miami 'r.,,.'1^- plac' of "business
, -2J mi' '""'* County, n the State
of Florida and whereas the ock-
ftlj"* corporation d.d^on
V of August, A.D. 1949,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
v, .,. NAME LAW
.NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned,
Dad'" ""','' ''
Sade frehous. 10 N. W N
River Drive, Mian r ;, |tenda
Kiorm'a. """, '" '' l"1- County.
ELKVST,^'"' POTTA8H
ll Miami
Attorney for Applicant
a/I--!:--26
CMT"r,eo^.EOLu%frVPORAT
AL-
OE
' THE NAME AND Wv THr
THoRrTY OF THE STatI
FLORIDA BTATE
^ vunsnuk
This Is
.!> hi .m., Ian,,,In Road, Mia
Sf,tD.dhe^^l[yJ0Vo1rtda:,rCUl, CUrt
Auornej for Applicant
ll Biscayne Bldg
' 12-19-26 /J
NOTICE UNDER n^Sp
.wNOTICB. ,S HKRRBY OIVEV .u
the undersigned, desiring to ,ku
business under the fictltloU8'n'**|5
Luxurla Cleaners: Luxurla &"
and Luxurla Cleaners andL.uj!*'
1022 N. W. 6th Ave. Mlamf Sil"
intends to register said name JuiIfr
Clerk of the Circuit Court o'rw
County, Florida. 0I D*
LOUIS OITTLEMAS
Sole Owner
S/12-19-26 9/2
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COERT op\u, I
Uth JUDICIAL CIRCHT IN Av5
FOR DADE COUNTV. KU mm
IN CHANCERY. No 2BT
RENBTTE ISRAEL DAVID, ,.
tiff. vs. DAVID O. DAVUlT. '
fendant. *
THE STATE OF FLORIDA;
TO: DAVID G. DAVID
137 E. 28th Street
New York, New Yoak
You are hereby required to file n> I
appearance to Plaintiffs Bill of Cm.
plaint for Divorce filed againm v
In the above-styled cause on orb-
fore the 12th day of September, liii
otherwise the allegations of mid IB I
will be taken as confessed bv vou !
DATED at Miami. Florida ttili 11 i
day of August. 1949
E. B. I.EATIIERMA.V,
Clerk of Circuit Com i
(Circuit Court Seal)
By C. E. BOUND,
I'el.uL CM
SAM SILVER
1703 Congress Building
Miami, Klorlda
8/12-19-26 9/2
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Of
KLORIDA, IN AND FOR DAM
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, Na
126412
EVELYN BECKNBLL, Plaintiff, n
GEORGE LESTER UECKXELL
Defendant.
YOU, GEORGE LESTER BECK-
NELL, Residence Unknown, are noti-
fied to file your appearance in tH
above cause for divorce, on or befun
September 5, 1949, or a decree ft
confesso will be entered against joi
DATED: August 4, 1941.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerl
iCircuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIrtR
Deputy flat
MAX R. SILVER.
Attorney for Plaintiff
Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
S/6-12-19-26 9/2
IN T?fi?cn^F-PUBUCATION
'..i!lfc' UlRCUIT COURT OF THE-
KU UAn\^,AI' CmCOTT OF
' notified to file your an
- or before September I
ufATED: This 1st day of August.
By WM. W. STOCKING,
MAX R, BILVK8 DePUly Clerk-
A"rney for Plaintiff
8/5-12-19-26 9/2
NOTICE UNDERI rjCT.T.OU.
ngage In
name of
/ 8/5.12-f9'n2>EY 8TSrklN
^"".rsltSedV^-lrlnVtoen
2fflB!5 W^'aa. Intenda rL

' '"'su?..^^:;-;1^ County,
the pr,.,., ff,..V ''' and "
] llT,dayofCAug^S,r*t,0n
ments
with.
of law
IN
have
WITNESS
the require',
been compiled
R A GRAY.
(SEAL) &*crtry of Sute.
252&.H*m* KAPLAN
Seybold Building '
8/i ji
NOTICE UND FJCT,T,OOt
EARL M. COPLOH
"I Blacayne iimb
y 12-19-26 |.|
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tW
the undersigned, desiring to engal>
business under the fictitious namta
Alterman Transport Unes at ll
N. W. 22nd Street, Miami, Fit, !
tends to register said name with W
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Ddi
Country, Florida.
SIDNEY ALTERMAN
Sole Owner
GEORGE CHERTKOF
Attorney for Applicant
Olympla Bldg.
8/5-12-19-26
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COIBT
IN AND FOR DADE COlVn,
FLORIDA.IN PROBATE.
No. 22*20.
In Re: ESTATE OF ...,
MATHEW E. MATOMCAN,
Deceased. ._ i
To All Creditors and All Persons Hir-
ing Claims or Demands Aia|B*
Said Estate:
You, and each of you, are
'-nthdayof-'^^V',';' gj,"
R A. GR.\V
'SEAL) -SecreUry of State.
that
engage In
name of
known
NOTICE iSKgtliS*
^ecuf! foga0,".^ fl!' rWn -
1'any at no v vi d ,Jewelry Com-
S? Florida, mtenda".n rVv.nUe' Ml"
SU-KST'o'- Applicant.
*'' Blacayne Blda
lou, ana eacn ui .vou, ...
notified and required to present m
claims and demands which yo. "
either of you, may have against w
estate of Mathew E. Matonlcan
ceased bite of Dade County, rv
to the Hon. W. F. Blanton, u^
Judge of Dade County, and w
same In his office In the CWW
Courthouse In Dade County, rw" |
within eight calendar monthi "
the date of the first publication "J_
of. Said claims or demands or
tain the legal address of the cu" u
and to be sworn to and Pre7h'7IBi
aforesaid, said, or same wl;'?e^|,ni
See Section 120 of the 19M rW*
Act
Date August 2. A.D. ''''...prR.
FRIEDA LEiMNa
As Executrix of the Ust '"',.
Testament of Mathew *.. "
can, Deceased.
MARX FABER
412 Congress Bldg.,
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Executrix
8/5-12-19-26 _____________________
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO M**
APPLICATION FOR FW
DISC HA ROE .c|iT,
IN COUNTY JUDGE 8 l^ S4
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
19354.
RE: ESTATE OF
MURRAY MILLER,
Deceased. uat I
NOTICE ia hereby l*" ,uio |
have filed my final re|"'inliV
for Final Discharge ae Adnj!" *-
of the estate of Murray '',, g-
ceased: and that on the "'Honor-
August, 1949, will apply t ,n" j4fi
able W. P.
C0JWJS|
BUnton. ^"---- provi.
of Dade County, Florida. rrJT, ju-
of said final report and ror ma
charge as Administratrix of "
of Murray Miller, deceaieo.
ThU 25 day of July. ','uillER
NATHAN W^t.
HARRY ZUKERNICK. EM-
Attorney for Administrate
8/5-1I-1I-M


)AY, AUGUST 19. 1949
+ UlstJkrin
PAGE ELEVEN
JEWS IN SPORTS
By HASKELL COHEN
lew York sandlot baseball en-
[siasts are raving over the per-
nances of one Wally Finkel-
Jn. None other than Rabbit
ranville, famous big league
Yrtstop of former years, leads
. cheering brigade. The ex-
jtsburgh Pirate and Boston
Ive shortfielder predicts a big
fue future for the youngster.
Wally can field as well as any
I've ever seen," says Maran-
le. "I might even say he can
lb them up as well as some big
Vucrs. He s fast, has a power-
[arm and makes them all look
y. His big trouble was that he
J his hands too close to his
ly but I think we've corrected
It"
finklestein, 18 and husky at
1 has been drawing more than
! look from several big league
tits but is thinking of enter-
I Montana State College on a
Iball-baseball scholarship. Be-
lt being graduated this past
luary he was the star passer
i halfback on his high school
Rball squad.

lilty Shapiro, City College's
lete. has left the Bushwicks to
; a contract with the Washing-
Senators. Hilty received a
111 bonus from the Caps and
finish the current season at
Sr New Castle, Pa., farm.

inother basketball fight is
(ping up among New York col-
es despite the fact that schools
on vacation. N.Y.U., already
fwrong with Syracuse for al-
edly luring Mel Seeman from
i Orange campus, is going to
re a fight on its hands if it
feists in its efforts to snag
Roth, frosh star, away from
College. Roth, now working
[the Adirondacks, is said to
re asked for a transfer to N.Y.
[after considerable persuasion
(several NYU. cohorts.
authorities at N.Y.U. feel that
harm will be done if Roth
ftriculates at their institution,
originally entered N.Y.U.
fall but switched to City at
I last minute, forfeiting his fifty
Bar deposit. N.Y.U. is peeved
\he fitv school for supposedly
J Lionel Malamed away from
Im when the former Beaver
Itain returned from the Army.
[addition N.Y.U. feels that big
Roman, slated to star at the
fot post for City, was "stolen"
ay by City slickers. Conse-
fently the Violet hoop heads
II justified in accepting Roth
lie desires to make the change.
"here is a strong movement
afoot by N.Y.U. grads to keep
the Violet among the high rating
basketball schools despite the fact
that the school administration is
inclined to favor football. Right
now the grads, headed by a
Newark alumnus, are fighting
with LaSalle of Philadelphia for
the rights to a Philadelphia star,
Norm Grecken. Both schools
claim the boy is registered with
them. At the present time the
youth is working at a race track
for a LaSalle grad which should
indicate that he is headed for the
Philly institution. N.Y.U.'s New-
ark alumnus is not giving up in
his fight for Grecken and un-
doubtedly will have more to say
before the boy finally enters
school in the fall.
This corner is convinced that
financial blandishments well be-
yond those countenanced by the
NCAA are being thrown at
Grecken by the New York grad-
uate body. This policy of paying
for basketball players is getting
serious, more so in football.
The coach of LaSalle, Ken Loef-
fler, told us only the other day
that getting college players is
harder today than landing hoop-
sters in the pro ranks from
whence he recently came.
New York schools, hit by the
fact that recent high school stars
are leaving the city to matriculate
elsewhere, are getting desperate
to hold their local material. One
school paid a high school center
$2,000 to matriculate at their in-
stitution while another Metropol-
itan college is paying a highly
sought-after star a goodly sum
to join its student body this fall.
The price of education comes
pretty high among New York col-
leges.
Basketball is getting to be such
a big thing among the betting
gentry in New York that certain
bookies are known to be paying
tuition fees for good boys on local
school varsities in order to be
able to get the boys to see the
game their way on given nights.
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Dr. Ralph J. Bunche has ac-
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State Conference of Social Work
to be held in West Palm Beach
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cording to an announcement by
Morris Klass. member of the
group's executive committee.
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Hebrew Sehool
Holiday Plans
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Plans are almost complete for
High Holy Day services to be
conducted at the Miami Hebrew
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liam Weintraub, chairman of the
committee in charge of arrange-
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and neighbors in making High
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FRIDAY, AUGUST19 J
Brandeis Institute To Climax Session
With Inaugural Celebration August 28
^
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The Brandeis Camp Institute of*-
the South in Hendersonville. N.
C, will climax its first session
on Sunday. August 28. with an
inaugural celebration. Interested
individuals are invited to take
this opportunity to participate in
the ceremonies and enjoy the
facilities of the camp. Over 100
Jewish youths representing many
states and varied religious back-
grounds have attended one of this
summer's seminars.
The Brandeis Camp Institute of
the South is one of three camps
now operating which were in-
spired and guided by Dr. Shlomo
Bardin. educator and author, who
has dedicated his life to the ed-
ucation of Jewish youth. These
camps have a novel approach to
the problem of Jewish education,
being "a synthesis of the Ameri-
can summer camp, the ideas and
methods of the Danish folk high
school and the cooperative spirit
which marks the social achieve-
ments of the Jews in Israel."
The guests who will attend the
celebration on August 28 will be
entertained in the afternoon with
a tea and musicale. Highlight will
be the presentation of a pageant
entitled "These My People" be-
ginning at 8:30 p.m. Conceived.
composed and carried out by the
staff and the student body, the
pageant will blend dancing, sing-
ing and drama to depict the
stream of Jewish life from Bibli-
cal times to modern Israel.
Serving with the associate camp
director, Ray Smolover. general
director of the pageant, are Rob-
ert Strassburg. musical director.
Avram Kampf, stage director and
Norinne Beckwith, dance director.
Polio Case Shuts
Roach Y Camp
The occurence of a single case
of polio resulted in the closing
down for the remainder of the
summer the Children's Day Camp
sponsored by the Miami Beach
YM-YWHA.
After the case was reported,
parents of the 175 children en-
rolled at the camp were sent let-
ters informing them of the situa-
tion and asking for an expression
of their opinion on the closing of
the camp. Sixty calls were re-
ceived; however, only 30 children
showed up for camp on Monday.
The victim of polio is eight-
year-old Mark Schwartz, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Schwartz,
who is reportedly doing well. His
is a mild case, according to physi-
cians, and they expect no per-
manent effects.
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Palsy Patients To Be
Feted At Restaurant
play host to the entire group of
children and adults now being
treated by the Cerebral Palsy As-
sociation. Inc., at 304 S.W. 8th
Ave., tomorrow morning at 11
o'clock.
Arrangements are being made
for the group to meet at the
clinic. They will be escorted to
the restaurant by the Miami
police.
WTTT Launches
Medical Program
A new program premiered over
station WTTT this past Sunday,
carrying a format new to this re-
sort area. By title it's the "Medical
Workshop" and by content it's
a panel forum discussion of hu- Picciolo's Italian American
man ailments featuring members! Restaurant on Miami Beach will
of the Dade County Medical As-
sociation.
Each week a group of doctors
will gather around the WTTT
mikes and discuss some disease.
The panelists will be men who
specialize in treating that disease.
Moderator fo rthe series is Dr.
Irving Bernstein. Ph.D.
The initial program was con-
cerned with heart disease and the
panel contained two cardiologists
and two general practitioners. In
the half hour period, from 8 to
8:30 p.m. the panel discussed the
various phases of heart disease,
the effect of Florida climate on
the heart, methods employed to
prevent and cure heart condi-
tions.
At no time, however, did any
of the doctors offer curative ad-
vice and at both the beginning
and close of the broadcast listen-
ers were cautioned to visit their
family physician in the event of
illness.
The program is heartily en-
dorsed by the Dade County Med-
ical Association and the content
of the show is kept in an entirely
non-technical language. As soon
as one of the doctors lapses into
technical terminology he is
stopped by Dr. Bernstein and
asked to explain the term.
Subject for this week's discus-
sion will be "Allergies." Partici-
pants will include two allerev
specialists. Dr Lewis Palv and
another to be announced: two
general practitioners. Dr. Vincent
P. Corso and Dr. Leo S. Wool.
Future discussion will be con-
cerned with polio, blue babies,
cancer, tuberculosis, the common
cold, etc. Producer-director for
the series is Milt Mitler.
Associated I'holosraphn
Unity billboard welcoming delegates to the Veterans of Foreign Wars national convention it it
Biscayne Blvd. between 7th and 8th Sts. Shown (left to right) are Daniel G. Satin, judge advociti.
Miami Beach VFW Post; Abe S. Goldman, commander. United Veterans Council of Dade County
Robert J. Wallis, state commander. Department o f Florida, Veterans of Foreign Wars; and Joe Nigtl
VFW national convention director. Developed by the Institute for American Democracy, tht bill-
board is one of three erected in the Miami area w elcoming the VFW national convention. Tht Flor-
ida Regional Office. Anti-Defamation League has cooperated with the VFW Florida Department
and National Convention Committee in the erection of the intergroup billboards.
-
Cantor M. Yardeinu
At Knesseth Israel
Cantor M. Yardeinu will chant
the services this Sabbath at the
Congregation Knesseth Israel
1415 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach.
Rabbi Isaac H. Ever will deliver
the sermon. Services are slated
for 6:30 this evening. 8:30 to-
morrow morning. At
.. 5 tomorrow | Technical High School ,,nd
on "Tr fS1 f^ w>" P*k Wende" Philips High School
Bol- f ?-thlcs, ofJh,e Fathers.", fore assuming the duties of ad-
wiH 1rhMH%fr/almu2 To'ah ministrator of the Doolittle Ele-
will be held Sunday and every mentary School.
Cuba Day Activities
Will Begin Today
The Cuban Gunboat Jose Marti
will arrive from Havana today
heralding the start of the Cuba
Day festivities this weekend,
packed full of special events
during which Miami Beach will
honor Cuba, its officials and
delegates.
Unveiling of the Finlay statue
will take place at Collins Park
tomorrow morning followed by
an address by Mavor Harold Turk
accepting the memorial on behalf
of the city. In the afternoon, there
will be a concert at Lummus
Park by the Cuban Navy Band
Tomorrow night there will be
the ball game, Miami Beach vs.
Cuba, with an address prior to
the game by the Cuban Minister
of Finance.
The Fishing Queen Pageant
will be held at the park following
the speech and game.
Also scheduled on the same
night is the dance contest at Fla-
mingo Park at 8 p.m. Dance teams
from Miami Beach will give ex-
hibitions.
afternoon next week after 3 p.m.
Orthodox Congregation
Formed In Miami Beach
Congregation Young Israel, a
new Orthodox synagogue, has
been organized on Miami Beach
The group will conduct services
at 4001 Chase Ave. this evening
at 6:30. tomorrow morning at 9
tomorrow evening at 6 and dailv
at 8 a.m. and 6 p.m.
Officers are Louis Fox. presi-
dent; Sol Genet, vice president:
S. Lobel. treasurer; Albert Broad
recording secretary.
Information about the new con-
gregation may be obtained bv
calling Lobel at 5-7875.
H. Zaidman Honored
Florida VFW Erects
Unity Billboards
Unity billboards welcoming the
Veterans of Foreign Wars Na-
tional Convention, scheduled to
begin here Sunday, have been
erected by the VFW's Florida
Department.
Joe Nagel. national conventior
director, and Robert J. Wallis.
Florida Department commander,
announced that the three bill-
boards are located at Biscayne
B'vd. between 7th and 8th Sts..
on the west end of the McArthur
causeway facing east: and on U.S.
route No. 1 at Arch Creek bridge.
Produced by the Institute for
American Democracy, the bill-
boards portray the theme of har-
monious group understanding and
the role of individuals from vary-
. ing backgrounds in fighting and
ucational magazines. He will as- work>ng for freedom through our
sume his duties on Tuesday. Sop- 'nation's history.
Blotters bearing the same de-
Chicagoan Joins
Academy Staff
Henry Mendelsohn, a teacher,
administrator and principal of the
Chicago Public Schools for 31
years has joined the faculty of
the English department of the
Hebrew Academy. 918 6th St..
Miami Beach. Sol L. Sugarmen.
principal, has announced.
Mendelsohn has been principal
of the James R. Doolittle School
of Chicago, one of the largest
schools in the nation, for the last
13 years. A native Chicagoan.
Mendelsohn served as teacher
and administrator of the Lane
the
be-
The educator has contributed
numerous articles to leading ed-
president of
Tfilah. was
tember 6. the opening school day.
Carnival Slated
lor August 2 Al
Beth David Silo
Members of the community will
get an opportunity to see the
progress that has been made in
the construction of the new Beth
David synagogue when the Beth
David Sisterhood holds its gala
carnival on the site of the struc-
ture on Sunday. August 28. The
w?v1ViV*o are 8lated t0 ct u"der
waj at 2 p.m.
A feature of the affair will be
a supervised nurserv where par-
AllS "Z hSck thcir sma" fry.
Also planned are
scription have "been distributed to
hotels throughout the area
Mrs. Gordon Speaks
The Conference of Jewish I
Women's Organizations presented |
Mrs. Harry Gordon, president i
Beth David Sisterhood, in an in-1
terview with Norman R. Lyom
on the Jacob Schachter Jewish
Hour, heard over station WTTl|
on Monday, Wednesday and Fri-
day at 1 p.m. and on Sunday at |
10 a.m.
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Seudos. Saturday evening at the clowns and prizes
synagogue on the occasion of his'
fifty-sixth birthday. Mrs. Zaid-
man ws also honored at the af-
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovskv.i
spiritual leader of the congrega-
tion, greeted the assembly and
paid tribute to the honored guests '
Israel Diamond, president of the i
congregation, also made a brief
address.
A program of zmiros and Israel
songs led by Rabbi Rackovsky
followed. J
Party Scheduled
rJ5e Cur? ,HSe F"endship
Center will hold the second in a
series of parties tomorrow night
rih tiM ai H"e ^Publican
Club, 1947 W. Flagler St.
Plans have been made for round
and square dancing to a three-
piece orchestra parlor games, en-
tertainment and prizes.
Admission is one dollar.
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*M*M PAGE THIRTEEN
imathers Requests Israel Consulate
A letter requesting that an Israel consulate be establinhAd ; ., m-
t who ,ook b k .he jssst; SSasK rsj,is?ss^
-Smathers pointed out in the
Iter that Miami is the gateway
[South America and that more
lernational air travelers pass
^ough the local airport than
other in the country.
"An Israeli consulate in the Mi-
bi area," he wrote, "could ren-
great service not only to the
,ople of South Florida but to
^velers from the Latin Ameri-
1 countries. I am sure that the
-ablishment of such a consulate
|uld also result in tremendous
tiefits to the State of Israel,
J I hope that it will be possible
one to be located in our area
in the near future."
The preamble to Smathers' re-
solution offered in the House
points out that this country as
early as 1922 went on record as
favoring a Jewish national home
in Palestine. Again in 1945 the
Congress passed a resolution pro-
viding that the United States
shall use its good offices to the
end.,that the doors Palestine
shall be opened to the free entry
of Jews ." In 1948 this country
extended diplomatic recognition
to the Jewish state.
Smathers' bill would restore
citizenship to any American who
lost it as a result of fighting in
the Near East or shipping arms or
supplies to a Near Eastern
belligerent.
The measure is in the form of
an amendment to the Nationality
Act of 1940 which provides that
any American fighting in the
armed forces of another country
shall lose citizenship. The resolu-
tion provides that anyone who
violated the act by fighting in
the Near East may regain citizen-
snip by appearing before a na-
turalization court.
;gisf ration At United Jewish School
lated For Sunday, September 11
Registration for United Jewish^-
|iool will be held Sunday, Sep-
nber 11, at 10 a.m. at the north
npus of the University of Mi-
y. Sunday school classes will
conducted at the university
and Hebrew school branches
I be established in the West
lami Jewish Center area and
Israelite Center area.
The school are sponsored by
[ First Jewish Congregation of
ral Gables, Flagler-Granada
vish Center, Israelite Center
_1 the West Miami Jewish Cen-
I. The educational committee
the school consists of 12 mem-
rs. three from each sponsoring
ganization.
5r. S. Blumenthal is chairman
[the committee. Other officers
f Charles Adelman, vice chair-
in; Mrs. Bibi Fishman, treas-
kr; Mrs. Ruth Lebar, secretary.
The school is affiliated with the
Bureau of Jewish Education.
Further information may be ob-
tained by calling 4-7828, 83-1967
or 48-8851.
Temple Israel
Conducts Drive
For Members
lailassah Group
lans Card Party
fembers of the committee ar-
kging the card party to be
Insored by the Miami Beach
xup of Hadassah on Wednes-
' at the Ambassador Cafeteria
I meet Monday at 11 a.m. at the
ne of Mrs. Herman Popkin,
complete plans for the affair.
Proceeds from the party are
parked for the Hadassah Hos-
I in Israel.
o-chairmen of the event are
s. Bernard Goldberg and Mrs.
Ik Bernard. Assisting them are
i Mesdames Alexander Kogan,
rry Platoff, Charles Rosengar-
, Joseph Shawmut, Jacob
vis, Popkin, Mark Lachman,
&n Mantell, Irving Westin,
fcis Edell and Miss Elsie
pwabe. Mrs. Lachman is chair-
of the telephone committee.
|wn Hall Meeting To
Aired From Tel Aviv
the American Town Meeting of
J Air will be broadcast from
1 Aviv Tuesday evening over
ton WQAM at 8 p.m. Subject
discussion will be "Should
migration Into Israel Be Re-
pcted?"
Jr. Abraham Wolfson, chair-
J1 of the Spinoza Outdoor
rum, has announced that he is
king special arrangements for
Urge crowd to listen to the
gram at his home, 124 11th
I Miami Beach. At the con-
ton of the program, listeners
ii nave an opportunity to ex-
fss their opinions on the sub-
Nmission is free and the pub-
lic invited to attend the forum.
For the first time in a decade
Temple Israel is conducting a
full-scale membership drive, ac-
cording to A. A. Green, chairman
of the membership committee.
The drive is being held in con-
junction with an improvement
and expansion project.
"Due to the rapid growth of
the temple from a congregation
of 200 in 1935 to a membership
of 650 families in 1949," Green
explained, "many problems arose
which made it difficult to serve
the temple family and we did not
feel that we could conduct a big
expansion drive.
"As an example," he stated,
"we may take the High Holy Day
seating problem. The main audi-
torium, at the most can accom-
modate 1000 worshipers. Assum-
ing that the average family con-
sists of three persons, the prob-
lem of seating 650 families of
some two thousand persons be-
comes self-evident. The temple
solved this problem in the past
by having overflow services in
Kaplan Hall, but many members
felt that they would prefer to
attend the services in the main
auditorium. So, this year, with
the inauguration of the policy of
holding two evening services on
New Year and Atonement Eves,
the expanded facilities of the
temple will not only be able to
accommodate all of the members,
but also extend the opportunity
of membership to new families
in the community.
"Study of the growth of Miami
and Miami Beach shows that
there are many unaffiliated in
the vicinity and even though new
congregations are springing up
constantly, the exceptional growth
of the Reform Jewish movement
I bids us make an effort to bring
new families, desirous of affilia-
tion, into our fold."
Temple Israel is currently en-
gaged in a beautification and im-
provement program which shall
j expand the facilities of the temple
'and its religious school. Adolph
| Wertheimer, chairman of the
house committee of the temple
is in charge of the building facili-
ties and is also a member of the
improvements and expansion
committee, headed by Leo Ack-
erman.
Rabbi Mann To Deliver
Sermon At Temple Isaiah
Rabbi Moshe Mann of Western
Reserve University and the He-
brew Union College of Cincin-
nati will conduct the service and
deliver the sermon as guest rabbi
of Temple Isaiah this evening at
8:15. p.m.
Rabbi Mann, who is 34 years
old, married and has one son, will
'fly in from Cincinnati and will
,stay at the Robert Richter Hotel.
After having been ordained as
an Orthodox rabbi six years ago,
Rabbi Mann was ordained as a
Reform rabbi when he received
his Ph.D. from the Hebrew Union
College in Cincinatti.
Daytona Rabbi To Speak
At Hollywood Center
Rabbi Henry Okalica of Day-
tona Beach will take over the
pulpit of the Hollywood Jewish
Community Center for tonight.
The rabbi's topic will be "The
Youth of Today Faces the To-
morrow." Service will begin at
8:15 p.m.
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t E^, BU,S?NESS MEN'S COUNCIL HEAD TAKES OVER-
n&yS* /? ("9ht) *hown accepting the gavel from Samuel A.
Kivkind, retiring president of the Business Men's Council of the
SL!l %iM-{ilm JeW"h F,de""ion annual meeting held last
week. Chaiken promises a schedule of interesting programs at
*!mZrtELA ,he.councU' "Mch is composed of top workers in
the annual fund raising campaigns conducted by the Federation.
Munich Police Fire Upon Jewish DP's,
Worst Clash Since Days of Hitler
LEGAL NOTICE
ORDER TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCCIT COURT OF TUB
i:i.i:\k.\th .irniriAi. circuit
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
12668S
FRANCIS EDWIN KNOWI,TON,
Plaintiff, vs. MAROARET KN'OWL.
TON, Defendant.
YOU, MARGARET KNOWI/TON.
Fonda. New York, are required to file
an appearance In the above entitled
stilt for divorce on the 19 dav of
September, 19<9, or a decree pro con-
fesso will be entered against you.
Dated this 17 day of August, 1949
E. B. LEATHERMA.V,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. \V. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
MOIE J. L. TENDRICH
Attorney for Plaintiff
607 Biscayne Building
Miami, Florida
8/19-26 9/2-9 '
Anti-Semitism may have been>
on the decline in Canada and
New York last week, as reported
in the last issue of The Jewish
Floridian, but it was definitely
not on the decline in Munich,
Germany, one of the meccas of
Nazism.
"Adolph Bleibtrau," or "Adolph
Remains True." Editors of the
paper offered no explanation for
publishing the letter from anyone
so clearly designating himself a
Hitler disciple.
The letter is unquestionablv
the most vitriolic
A New York Herald Tribune Stt*F8lS'ES~jS
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deslilng to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Park Lido Hotel at 2216 Park Avenue.
Miami Beach, intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
RUTH SILVERS
Sole Owner
WEINSTE1N, WEINSTEIN &
WEINSTEIN
attorneys for Applicant
420 Lincoln Road
V19-26 9, 2-9-16
article, sent in by Mrs. Ernest
Chernoff, reveals that the worst
clash between German authori-
ties and Jews since the Hitler
regime flared up in the South-
east German city when 1000
Jewish displaced persons demons-
trated against a German news-
paper story recommending that
all German Jews be sent to the
gas chamber.
At least three Jews were
wounded by gunfire and from
twenty to thirty German police
were injured by bricks in the dis-
turbance, which occurred when
police attempted to break up the
demonstration on the "Suddeuts-
che Zeitung," which published
the anti-Semitic article in the
form of a letter to the editor.
The Germans, including two
squads of mounted policemen,
acted with American Military
government permission to squelsh
the demonstration on the ground
that AMG consent had not been
obtained.
"The publication of the anti-
Semitic letter," the Herald Trib-
une article discloses, "coincides
with the highly Nationalistic
comment that has risen to the
surface during the current cam-
paign preceding the first free
elections in Germany since 1935."
Author of the letter used a
bogus name, signing himself
----------------------w .. ...,H mat duv
Western-licensed paper has dared
to print since the termination of
the war.
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LIVES OF OUR TIMES
PR. ISADOR LUBltj
FRIDAY, AUGUST
19,
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IUPIN WAS ROM 52 YEARS AGO IN
WORCESTEA.MASSACMUSETTS WAM 0
IN AN ORTHOOOX HOME,HIS IATER
LIFC WAS fROEOUNOLY INFIUENCEO
IY MrS MOTHERS MllGIOUS TEACH-
INGS.
~^ul ATTEHDING ClARK UNIVERSITY.HE WORKED
SffSassSSSS*
UNEMP101MENT MCANT TO THOSE *" "JJm.
WERE InMU TO PAT THEIR KUS.ANO THEN OETER
MINED TOHEIPTHEM ^
MAJORING IN ECONOMICS,HE CONTINUED
GRADUATE STUOIES AT THE UNIVERSITY
Of MISSOURI ANO AT THE AGE Of \\
WAS APPOINTEO INSTRUCTOR OF
ECONOMICS AT THE INSTITUTION.
WRING WORLD WAR 1 HE WAS ASSIGNED
AS STATISTIC IAN TO THE US FOOD AD -
M'NISTRATOA AND SERVED AS CONSIUT-
I ANT TO TW WAR INDUSTRIES BOARD.
| IN lOZA.Hf WAS ECONOMIC ADVISOR
! to THE >J S SENATE COMMITTEE ON
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IN Wt.lUftll ACHIEVED A NATION-
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VELT APPOINTED HIM COMMISIONER
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RESENTATIVE TO THE INTERNATION
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SISTANT TO PRES. ROOSEVELT t
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TANT POST-WAR MISSION UNDERTAKEN IY IN AMI(S
PRESENTLY XRVINC AS THE US DELEGATE TO THE
UNITEO NATIONS ECONOMIC ANO EMPlOTMENT COMNIJJ
ION HE HAS TOUREO EUROPE ANO ASIA IN A WORLD-
WIOE SURVEY OF WAR OCVASTEO AREAS.
THE MAN WHO STARTED OUT TO HELP SOLVE THE
THE IANM PROBLEMS Of HIS COUNTRY-MEN NOW
INTERPRETS THE FIGURES THAT REVEAL THE PULSE Of
YHl WORLD.'
piJsapo* mm
JCWtlM Tflll**w*C 4*l Spiritual Therapy For Jewish Veterans
A Jewish Chaplain in Mental Hospital Appraises His Task
By RABBI LEE J. LEVINGER
The Important therapeutic contribution of the Jewish chaplain in the
work of servine mentally ill Jewish veterans in Veterans' Administration
Hospitals is admirably revealed in this article by Uabbl I,evinir<'r who 1*
one of the ISO rabbis servimr M part-time chaplains at hospitals and
armed forces installations through the Division of Religious Activities 01
The National Jewish Welfare Board.The Editor.
(Continued from last week)
The ideal sermon seems to be
an informal talk of about fifteen
minutes, carrying one point with
a sufficient number of examples,
and is most appealing when 't
conveys comfort and consolation.
Naturally, I discuss the Jewish
holy days, the new state of Is-
rael, and similar topics, but I
find myself returning again and
again to a sermon of comfort,
based on one of the familiar
Psalms, a sermon which is far
more helpful here than the ring-
ing appeals to social justice which
we all prefer for the normal con-
gregation. The patients are tragic-
ally in need of reassurance; they
want to trust in God; they come
to chapel for help in facing the
acute problems of hospital life
and of life in general.
The special situation in a ment-
al hospital is even more evident
in the variety of activities which
concern personal welfare. This
includes all the usual needs of
the hospital patient, money, con-
tacting the family back home, re-
ferrals to social service and Red
Cross. But most of all it com-
prises friendship and understand-
ing, sympathetic ear to the very
real doubts and worries, even
though their causes may some-
times be imaginary. We must re-
member that the key to much of
psychotherapy is simply in lis-
tening to and understanding the
words of the patient.
This involves endless time, fre-
quent repetitions, and searching
a worrisome complication of mo-
tives. Sometimes the problem
which seems solved on Monday
tomes back with all its original
freshness on Wednesday, and
must be gone over again. Some-
times the persecution complex of
the Jew or the hesitancy for the
future or sense of guilt for the
past demands expression again
and again. But the doctors are
very busy men, with limited time
for each interview, and the op-
portunity to unburden himself to
the chaplain may be of tremend-
ous value to the troubled and
often troublesome patient.
The families of patients usually
come to the chaplain, and share
their worries with him. They want
'reassurance, of course, but at the
same time they may betray their
own neurotic strains, the family
background which has been too
hard for the patient to bear. We
often feel that if the family situa-
tion could be solved, the cure of
the patient would be far easier.
1 But how can we expect people
to take our own reasonable view
when they are emotionally in-
volved, when this illness may
leave the family bereft of its only
son or of its breadwinner? Some-
times it seems that the more de-
voted the family may be. the less
patience they may have for the
faults of the patient, for his ill-
ness or for his treatment.
This is the complicated and
exacting service in which the
chaplain finds himself in a mental
hospital. It is at the same time
the most stimulating and fascinat-
ing task because he is very def-
initely and consciously an in-
tegral part of the healing team
of the hospital. At a time when
the relations of medicine, psy-
chology and religion are under
examination, the chaplain in the
mental hospital is working at this
fascinating frontier of advancing
thought. But even on the level
of day to day service the chaplain
finds his work ever new and ever
interesting, a challenge to all his
powers and a contribution to the
mentally ill about him.
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PAGE FIFTEEN
Jewish Consumptive Relief Society Of
lenver To Bring $3,000,000 Libel Suit
igainst Dissident N. Y. Board Members
DENVERA three million dollar libel suit will be the reply
If the Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society to dissident former
[few York advisory board members of the sanatorium who
Cave applied for an injunction to prevent the J.C.R.S. from
Jaising funds in New York, announced the board of trustees
If the world-famous 45-year-old^
istitution.
Philip Hornbein, Sr., a vice
resident of the institution and
e of the original founders of
he J.C.R.S. in 1904, said the
Ulti-million dollar libel suit will
filed in New York at the
rliest possible moment against
tie New York critics of the sana-
brium.
I Hnrnbein called the accusations
gainst the J.C.R.S. "false, fan-
fstic and slanderousmalicious-
so.'" He said the New York
(oup has been attempting for
uro years to seize control of the
LCRS. but has been defeated
Lice in the federal courts in
few York in their efforts to hold
funds which had been so-
cited for the upkeep of patients
the sanatorium.
"The standing of our institu-
|on," said Hornbein, chairman of
lie legal advisory committee for
irer four decades, "is very high.
Jie Colorado State Board of
lealth has certified it as being
Kcellently managed. The seal of
pproval on the life-saving work
the J.C.R.S. has been stamped
all the country's major stand-
tdizing medical, surgical and
palth bodies. Today the sana-
Lrium is approved by: the Amer-
|an Medical Association, the
nerican College of Chest Phys-
lians, the American College of
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Tuberculosis Society and the Den-
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Charges of inadequate treat-
ment of patients were specifically
denied by Dr. John B. Grow, as-
sistant professor of surgery at
the University of Colorado Med-
ical College and thoracic surgeon
at the J.C.R.S. Dr. Grow said:
"The J.C.R.S. makes available to
its patients the most modern
treatments, such as lobectomy
and pneumonectomy. The patients
receive regular thoro checkup:,.
We have a full consultant staff of
leading physicians. The latest
drjjgs such as streptomycin and
di-hydrostreptomycin are ad-
ministered to the patients with-
out any regard to their costliness.
No one ever told me to limit the
use of drugs because of their
cost."
Delegates from J.C.R.S. auxi-
liaries in cities from Seattle to
Miami who convened in Denver
August 12-16 were infuriated by
the New York injunction suit and
adoptea a resolution condemning
the dissident group as "saboteurs
of a great humanitarian institu-
tion of healing which rras brought
health to more than 9,000 suffer-
ers of tuberculosis in the past 45
years."
The auxiliary women pledged
to redouble their fund-raising ef-
forts in their communities to off-
set the damage done by "the
public vilification of the J.C.R.S."
according to Mrs. Mark Harris
of New York, president of the
National Council of J.C.R.S.
Auxiliaries, who presided over
the Denver conference.
"Our auxiliary women leaders
have inspected every department
of the institution," said Mrs.
Harris, "and they are going back
to their communities with first-
hand reports of the wonderful
work of the sanatorium in help-
ing patients of all faiths fight
their way back to health and pro-
ductivity. The auxiliary leaders
have spoken to the patients who
have personally testified to the
excellent free care they have re-
ceived, the wholesome and de-
licious kosher food that is served,
and the consideration and friend-
liness of doctors and nurses and
attendants. Each patient is treated
as a dignified human being in
keeping with the motto of the
J.C.R.S.: 'He who saves one life
is considered as if he had pre-
served the whole world'."
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South Miami.
Mrs. Sam Silver and Mrs. Theo-
dore Wayne are chairmen of the
affair. Also serving on the com-
mittee are the Mesdames Morris
Corenblum, Sidney Richman, Lee
Ellman, Stanley Heller, Louis
Plessett and E. Slomowitz.
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may call 48-2582 or 48-5507.
The sisterhood will hold its first
meeting of the season Monday,
August 29, at the home of Rabbi
and Mrs. Morris A. Skop, 701
Minorca, Coral Gables. After a
short business meeting, a social
hour will follow.
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Women will hold its next meeting
Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock at
the Atlantis Hotel roof garden,
2655 Collins Ave., Miami Beach,
according to Mrs. Charles Turk.
president. Important business of
the meeting, she announced, will
be presentation of the chapter
constitution and by-laws to the
membership. A report on the an-
nual journal will be made by Mrs.
Max Sternstein.
Entertainment for the evening
is being arranged by Mrs. Jack
H. Kane. A floor show to be pre-
sented by Elberta Woodard is on
the agenda. Slated to appear on
the program are Dawn Dayton,
Ruby Ayers, Jaquelyn Martin,
Frances Lucas. Marlene Hays,
Shirley Smith, Shirley Dotras,
Rosemary Schrager, Margie
Stormont, Patty Lou Wagner,
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The Sorrento Hotel will be the
scene of a house party to be given
by Sharet Chapter. B'nai B'rith
Young Women, this weekend.
An evening of swimming to be
followed by a pajama party are
planned for tonight. Tomorrow
night has been set aside by the
hotel as "Sharet Night."
Helene Weisbard is chairman
of the affair. Assisting her are
Adele Ziff, Trudi Lach and Rosa-
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the party, other than members
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RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
Tempi* Israel (Reform). 137
N.E. 19th St. Rabbi Colman A.
Zwitmaa: Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan.
Rabbi Emeritus.
Sabbath evening service at S:15.
T*mpl Isaiah (Reform). 1065
Dade Bird.. Miami Beach. Rabbi
David Raab.
Frldav evening aervtcei at 8:18.
Rabbi Moshe Mann of Western Re-
serve University and the Hebrew
I'nion College of Cincinnati, will con-
duct the service and will deliver the
sermon as guest rabbi. A reception
will follow.
Tempi* Beth Sholom (Liberal).
4144 Chaie Are- Miami Beach.
Rabbi Leon Kroniah; Castor
Samuel Kelemer.
Friday evening summer service at
8:15 p.m.
Coral Gables Jewish Center
(Liberal).
Services discontinued until the falL
United Jewish Schools. North
Campus. University of Miami.
Discontinued until fall.
Congregation Keneseth Israel
(Orthodox). 1415 Euclid Are..
Miami Beach.
Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m.
Rabbi Isaac H. Ever will deliver the
sermon and Cantor Yardelnu will
chant the liturgical portion. Saturday
morning services at 9. a.m. Mincha
at 5 p.m. followed by Shalos Seudos.
Talmud Torah registration tomorrow
at 10 a.m. Also after 3 p.m. on week
days,
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W.
12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Berele Kelemer.
Services Friday evening at 8:30.
."Saturday morning at 9 a.m. Bar
Mltzvah of Philip Barnett, son of
Mrs. Ann* Padawer. Rabbi April will
address the young man. Mincha at 6
p.m followed by Shalos Seudos. Rabbi
Simon April will speak on the Portion
of the Week. Miros at 7:30 p.m. He-
brew school dally 9 am. to 12 noon.
Daily services at 7:30 p.m. and 6:45
p.m.
Religious Congregation. 4064
N.W. 4th St
Services Saturday morning at 9:00
o'clock.
Congregation Beth El (Ortho-
dox), 590 S.W. 17th Are. Rabbi
Murray Grauer, Cantor Milton
Friedman.
Friday evening services 6.30. Sab-
bath morning service at 8:30 a.m.
Junior congregation at 10 a.m. Mincha
at 6:30 followed by Shalos Seudos.
Daily services 8 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.
Temple Emanu-El (Reform).
1801 S. Andrews Are.. Fort Laud-
erdale. Dr. Marius Hanson. Rabbi.
Friday evening sen-ices at 8:00.
Rabbi Ranson will officiate.
Congregation Beth David (Con-
rvarive). 135 N.W. Third At*.
Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rer. Maurice
Mamches.
Friday evening services at ]3ft- **:
bath morning services at 8:30 .Rabbi
Shapiro and Cantor Mamches will oi-
ficate.
Congregation Beth Jacob (Or-
! thodox). 301-311 Washington Ave..
i Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mas-
cheloff.
Frldav evening service at 6:30 p.m.
Sabbath service at 8:J0 a.m. Mincha
at 6:30 followed by Shalos Seudos.
Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on the
Portion of the Week. Opening session
of the Religious School Sunday at
10 a.m.
Congregation Beth Tfilah (Or-
thodox). 935 Euclid Are- Miami
Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
orskT.
Friday evening service at 8:43 p.m.
Saturday morning at 8:30 Rabni
Rackovskv will speak on the Portion
<.f the Week. Saturday at 5:30 p.m.
Rabbi Rackovskv will speak on
The Ethics of the Father,
followed by Mincha. Shalos Seudos and
program of Palestinian songs. Maanv
will follow. Daily services at 7:30 a.m.
Class in Mishna will be addressed
by the Rabbi. Services at 7:00 p.m.
followed by a class In Jewish laws
and customs.
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center (Conservative), 1701
Washington Are., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor
Jacob Y. Coloring.
Friday evening service at 6:45. Sat-
urday morning service at 9. Dally
services at 8 a.m. and 6:45 p.m.
Jewish Community Center
(Conservative). 2020 Polk St..
Hollywood.
Rabbi Henry Okalica of Daytona
Beach will be guest speaker at service
at 8:15 p.m. sermon topic will be "The
Youth of Today Faces the Tomorrow."
Saturday services at 9:00 a.m. during
summer Anyone wishing a Minyan
for Tahrzelt is asked lo call Hyman
Tellman.
Israelite Center (General). 3346
S.W. 24lh 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.
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/; '. PAGE TEN Hillel Leaders To Convene At Brandeis, Dr. Michelson To Represent U-M "Religious Values and Their-s>Relationship to American Higher Education" will be the central theme of discussion for the directors of the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundations, who serve 197 university and college campuses throughout the United States. Canada and Cuba, at their first post-war national conference to be held August 23. 24 and 25 on the campus of Brandeis University in Waltham. Mass. Dr. Donald Michelson. director of the University of Miami chapter, will be among the representatives from 28 states who will assemble on the Brandeis campus to deal with the problem of religious counseling techniques in modern university life. Leading participants in the three day conference will be Rabbi Arthur J. Lelyveld. national director of the Hillel Foundations: Frank Goldman, national president of Brwi B'rith: Dr. Abram L. Sachar. president of Brandeis University and chairman of the National Hillel Commission: Frank N. Trager. national program director of the Anti-Defamation League: Maurice Bisgyer. secretary of B'nai B'rith: Virgil Smirnow. director of community service for the Vocational Service Bureau: and Harry Dobkin. director of the National Youth Service Appeal. The Hillel Foundations, now in their twenty-sixth year of opera4>ables Group To Present Program On Mental Health A special program on mental health will be presented at the monthly meeting of the First Jewish Congregation of Coral Gables on Monday evening at 8 p.m. at Hillel House. 3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd.. Coral Gables. The program is part of the organization's efforts to help in a better understanding of community problems for the community at large, according to Lee Platt. president, and the public is invited to attend. Highlight of the event will be the showing of the motion picture "Feeling of Rejection" which is being presented through the courtes> of the Mental Health Society of Southeastern Florida. Dr. Seymour M. Blumenthal. professor of psychology and consulting psychologist of the Unity of Miami Guidance Center, will be guest speaker. Dr. Blumenthal. a specialist in mental health problems, will discuss and interpret the film. A questionand-answer period will follow. Miss Lois Parks, executive secretary of the Mental Health Society of Southeastern Florida, who recently returned from Tallahassee where she vigorously campaigned for an increase in mental health facilities in Florida, will discuss specific needs for mental health in Dade Countv. tion, provide cultural, religious and counseling activities among Jewish students on college and university campuses. Established by the B'nai B'rith organization in 1923 on the campus of the University of Illinois its services are utilized each vear by more than 150.000 students. LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE FRIDAY, AUGUST 19, hereby Riven that the ORDER TO APPEAR undersigned, desiring '" '" %  '•' "1 N THE CIRCUIT COJ RT Of business und ""' f1 '""" 1 '" ""!"" 'l' ELEVENTH Jl'DIC1AL s'H BROOK CO. at N W OP FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE g ....,, inil ,„ tn Avenue, Miami, COUNTY IN CHANCERY, > %  .; ( .,.,,.., v Florida, Intends to^reK[RVING J OR1 %  > EIS AMELIA '.HI BST S Y„„ AMELIA OR! ] %  : %  ,.< 13th Street N '" LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV. FLORIDA. —.IN PROBATE, No. 2:'S33. In Re: ESTATE OK JULIUS ELKIN, Deceased. To All Creditors and All Persons M:i\ ing Claims ,.1 Demandi Against Said Estate: You. and each 01 you, are hereby n.'tilled and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, mav have again-st the estate of'JULIUS ELKINdeceased late of Dade Cennty. Florida, to the Hon. \V. F: BLA.NTON, County Judge j/ Dade County, and file the same In his office in the County Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, within eight : .ir months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn pn sented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 124) of • • • 1933 Probate Act. Date A'jgust 11. AD. 1949. RAYMOND ELKIN, As Administrator of the Estate of JULIUS ELKIN, Deceased. DE COSTAS, MAER A FLOYD 117-S Blacayne Building Miami 32. Klorlda Attorney for Administrator %  > 12-19-26 9/2 York are n ance In tti< divorce on the l • 1949, or a decree pn entered against you Dated Hi i" %  '• %  •" v -""-' i? 4 *1: B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of th< C (Circuit Court Seal) in H.M W STOCK i %  p it! MOIE J. L TENDR1CH, Attorney for Plaintiff 607-8 B caj %  Bu Miami 32, Klorlda v 19.20 :• 2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that N •....; %  the undersigned, di business under the flctlt is 1 ime ol O. it Market at 100 N. W. 19th Street, Miami, Florida, Intend to rei %  1 name with the Clerk of the Circuit < '.•irt of I >.,'!. Counl I MORTON PORWICK S SACK PORWICK MYERS. HEIMAN A KAPLAN Attorneys for Api Beybold Bids 8 19-26 9 2-9-10 .'_,' ,1 name with the Clerk of the • Court "f Dade County, Klorlda. \ \r ROTTENBBRQ .1 H LESSER %  %  '-'" West P Beach, Fla. !. 12-19-36 9 2-1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 19 HEREBY GIVEN that nderi Rned, desiring to engage In 1,1 the fictitious name of IT'S Photo Center at 1141-43 West Street, Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade '"" ,l, i., I "n!''n,t,USTRATORS. INC. \ pi rida Corporation By Bui ies Laahman, President MILTON A FRIEDMAN for Applicant I Building LEGAL N OTICE NOTICE UNDER~7icTir^r~^ NAME LAW U business umle^, ^ M^n? n A U v^e. ^r'fc^ tend to register the Ra ld F l rM h! the Clerk of the Circuit C M5*J" County. Florida. < oun "M, IVAR OWES ETHEL OLSEN Owners OSCAR RAPPAPORT Attorney r>16 Seybold Building 7/29 8/5-12-19 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 126571. -MARY THOMPSON BLATTY. fiamtlff. vs. EDWARD BLATTY, Defendant ToEDWARD BLATTY No 323 Bryant Street. N.E., Washington, D. C. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Mia .1 1 >i 11 of complaint for annulment has been filed against you, and you are hereby required to file your appearance or answer herein on or before September 12th, 1949. otherwise the allegations of said bill will be taken as confessed by vou. Dated at Miami, Klorlda, this 11 day of August. 1949 E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By Wit W MARX FABER Solicitor for Plaintiff 412 Congress B; Miami. Flo: 8/12-1 1-20 9 i STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. 12 5" SALLY s SHANK, Plaintiff, vs. WII.I.IA.M J SHANK, JR., Defendant. TO: WILLIAM .1 SHANK. JR. Schrule'a Cabins, McKee City, New Jersey You are hen by ordi red to file s o H appearance or answer t.. the hill of complaint for divorce filed against you bj SALLY S SHANK on oi bet the 10 das ol September, 1949, otherwi.-e the allegations of said bill will be taken at confessed as. you. E B LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING, Deput) Clerk. GEORGE J. TAI.IANOFF Solicitor for plaintiff 8/19-26 :• 2-9 i ouples Club To Meet Sunday A meeting of the Young Married Couples' Club of Beth David is scheduled for Sundav at 8 p.m. at the Beth David auditorium. Two movie sohrts. "Memoriam on a Victorv" and •'Homecoming —1949," will be shown. Abe Gannes. director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, will discuss the social and economic situation in Israel today. Following the program! nominations for officers will be made. Refreshments will be served after the meeting. All young married couples in the Greater Miami area are invited to attend. ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! The Jewish Floridicm solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates. Phone 2-1141 for messenger service. NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COCNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No. 22742. ESTATE <>K JACOB MINOW1TZ, Deceased. To All Creditors and All Persona Having claims or Demand! Against Said Estate: You, and each of you. are hereby I and required to present any uaimi and demands which you or may have against' the estate of JACOB MINOWITZ delate of Dade Count]. Florida to the Hon. W. P. BLANTON, Count v Judge of Dade County, and file the same In hi.office in the County 'ourthouse in Dade County. Florida i eight calendar months from it} of the flrM publication hereB lid claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant ind to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. Pee 120 of the 1933 Probate Act l>ate August 11. A. 11 1949 BERTHA MINOWITZ As Executrix of the Last Will and SSSSS2S J ACOB *owiTz, THEODl iRE'j, SAKl IW1TZ ^ $ 'or Ex. NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE ClltcriT Ci.ritT OF THE I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND TOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY. No. 120620 VICTORIA ROBSON, Plaintiff, vs. STEPHEN K ROBSON, Defendant, T< I: Stephen E. Robson .':'! Bay 32nd Street Brooklyn, New York You are hereby required to file an appearance In the above divorce action on or before September 14, 1949 ol wise ;t Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against you. ^ Dated this IT.th day of August, E. It. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. w HAROLD SHAPIRO Attorney for Plaintiff 927 Lincoln Road 2/19-26 9/2-9 STl i. 'KINO. Deputy Clerk. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In Ml under the fictitious name of ALRAY SHOPPE at number 124 South Miami Avenue, in the city of Miami. Klorlda, intends to register the said name with tin Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HENRY STK1NRERG ARONOVITZ, WEINKLE AND ARONOVITZ Attorneys for Applicant s, ybold Building >, 19-26 ? :-:'-ifi NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE corNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND Koll DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA — IN PROBATE. No. In Re: ESTATE I IP MORRIS I GERSTEIN, I leceased. To All Creditor! and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Saul Estate: You, and .ach of you, are hereby l and required to present any claims and demands which you. or either of you, may have against the estate of MORRIS .1. GERSTEIN deceased late of Dade County, Florida, tn the Fon W, P. BLANTON, County Judgi of Dade County, ami file the same in his office in the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to he swern to and presented as aforesaid, or same will he barred. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act Date August S, AD 1949 GERALD "I." I1LEASON and B. DAVID ROSEN ACo-executors of the Last Will and Testament of MORRIS J UKRSTEIN. Deceased E DAVID ROSEN 54S Seybold Bldg. Ml iml, Fla. Atb rney for Executors B 12-19-36 B I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS M _, NAME LAW NOTII E IS HEREBY GIVEN that NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring • business under the fictitious name o( LLACii TOC,<;EKY SHOP at number Ulna Avenue In the t n Miami Beach, Florida : %  nds t ri u-isterthe said name with the Clerk ol the < iroult Couit o( Dade County, Mi.rid., .„,.. ISUXJRE ARONOVITZ ARONOVITZ, WEINKLE ARONOVITZ 748 Beybi Id Building Miami. Fla 8 12-19-26 9 --:• CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE ,r ^.,.„ D| SSOLUTlON IN THE NAME AND RV THF ,,THOWTT OK THE ST^I OK TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRES BNTO SHALL COME (iREETThis is to certify that, whereas Leon A Epstein, Miami. Florida MuSred 6 00,d S?. lth M '^""'rida. PtorM. KUngenamlth, Miami. of June, Miami 'r.,,.' 1 ^plac of "business „, -2J m i' '""'* %  County, n the State of Florida and whereas the ockftlj"* corporation d.d^on V of August, A.D. 1949, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS v „. .,. NAME LAW .NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, Dad'" • ""','••' '•' S ade frehous. 10 N. W N River Drive, Mian r ;, |„ te nda Kiorm'a. """ '" '' l 1 County. ELKVST,^'"' POTTA8H ll Miami Attorney for Applicant a/I--!:--26 %  %  CMT r,e o^. E OLu%frV PORAT ALOE THE NAME AND Wv THr THoRrTY OF THE STATI FLORIDA BTATE ^ vunsnuk This Is — •.!•> HI .M., Ian,,,In Road, Mia Sf ,t D.d h e^^„l [ y J 0 Vo 1 rtda: ,rCUl, C Urt Auornej for Applicant • %  ll Biscayne Bldg 12-19-26 /J NOTICE UNDER n^Sp .w NOT I CB ,S HK RRBY OIVEV .u the undersigned, desiring to .„„ ,ku business under the fictltlo U8 n '**|5 Luxurla Cleaners: Luxurla &" and Luxurla Cleaners andL.uj!*' 1022 N. W. 6th Ave. Mlamf Sil" intends to register said name Jui Ifr Clerk of the Circuit Court o'rw County, Florida. 0I D LOUIS OITTLEMAS Sole Owner S/12-19-26 9/2 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COERT OP\U, I Uth JUDICIAL CIRCHT IN Av5 FOR DADE COUNTV. KU mm IN CHANCERY. No 2BT RENBTTE ISRAEL DAVID, ,. tiff. vs. DAVID O. DAVUlT. fendant. THE STATE OF FLORIDA; TO: DAVID G. DAVID 137 E. 28th Street New York, New Yoak You are hereby required to file n> I appearance to Plaintiffs Bill of Cm. plaint for Divorce filed againm v„ In the above-styled cause on orbfore the 12th day of September, liii otherwise the allegations of mid IB I will be taken as confessed bv vou DATED at Miami. Florida ttili 11 i day of August. 1949 E. B. I.EATIIERMA.V, Clerk of Circuit Com i (Circuit Court Seal) By C. E. BOUND, I'el.uL CM SAM SILVER 1703 Congress Building Miami, Klorlda 8/12-19-26 9/2 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Of KLORIDA, IN AND FOR DAM COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, Na 126412 EVELYN BECKNBLL, Plaintiff, n GEORGE LESTER UECKXELL Defendant. YOU, GEORGE LESTER BECKNELL, Residence Unknown, are notified to file your appearance in tH above cause for divorce, on or befun September 5, 1949, or a decree ft confesso will be entered against joi DATED: August 4, 1941. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerl iCircuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIrtR Deputy flat MAX R. SILVER. Attorney for Plaintiff Seybold Building Miami, Florida S/6-12-19-26 9/2 IN T?fi?cn^ F PUBUCATION '..i! lfc UlRCUIT COURT OF THEKU UA n \^ ,AI CmCOTT OF • %  %  notified to file your an or before September I ufATED: This 1st day of August. By WM. W. STOCKING, MAX R, BILVK8 DePUly Clerk A "rney for Plaintiff 8/5-12-19-26 9/2 NOTICE UNDERI rjCT.T.OU. ngage In name of / 8/5.12-f9' n 2 >EY 8T SrklN ^""••.rsltSedV^-lrlnVtoen !" 2ffl B !5 W^'aa. Intenda rL '"'su?..^^:;-; 1 ^ County, the p r ,.,„., „ ff „,..V '''• and ••]£ llT dayof C Aug^S ,r t,0n ments with. of law IN have WITNESS the require', been compiled R A GRAY. (SEAL) • & cr t ry of Sute. 252&. H m KAPLAN Seybold Building 8/i ji NOTICE UND„ FJCT,T,OOt EARL M. COPLOH • "I Blacayne IIM B y 12-19-26 %  |.| NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tW the undersigned, desiring to engal> business under the fictitious namta Alterman Transport Unes at ll N. W. 22nd Street, Miami, Fit, %  tends to register said name with W Clerk of the Circuit Court of Ddi Country, Florida. SIDNEY ALTERMAN Sole Owner GEORGE CHERTKOF Attorney for Applicant Olympla Bldg. 8/5-12-19-26 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COIBT IN AND FOR DADE COlVn, FLORIDA.—IN PROBATE. No. 22*20. In Re: ESTATE OF .„.., MATHEW E. MATOMCAN, Deceased. ._ i To All Creditors and All Persons Hiring Claims or Demands Aia |B Said Estate: You, and each of you, are '-nthdayof-'^^V',';' gj," „ R A. GR.\V 'SEAL) -SecreUry of State. that engage In %  name of known NOTICE iSKgtliS !" !" ^ecuf! • foga 0 ,".^ fl !' r Wn 1'any at no v vi d Jew elry Com%  S? Florida, mtend a ".n r Vv nUe Ml SU-KST'o'Applicant. *''„ Blacayne Blda lou, ana eacn ui .vou, %  ... notified and required to present m claims and demands which yo. either of you, may have against w estate of Mathew E. Matonlcan ceased bite of Dade County, rv to the Hon. W. F. Blanton, u^ Judge of Dade County, and w same In his office In the CWW Courthouse In Dade County, rw !" | within eight calendar monthi the date of the first publication "J_ of. Said claims or demands or tain the legal address of the cu" u and to be sworn to and P re 7 h '7 IB i aforesaid, said, or same wl ;'? e ^|,ni See Section 120 of the 19M rW* Act Date August 2. A.D. ''''...prR. FRIEDA LEiMNa As Executrix of the Ust '"',. Testament of Mathew *.. "• can, Deceased. MARX FABER 412 Congress Bldg., Miami. Florida Attorney for Executrix 8/5-12-19-26 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO M** APPLICATION FOR FW DISC HA ROE .c|iT, IN COUNTY JUDGE 8 l ^ S4 DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA 19354. RE: ESTATE OF MURRAY MILLER, Deceased. uat I NOTICE ia hereby l*" ,uio | have filed my final re|"'inliV for Final Discharge ae Adnj!" *of the estate of Murray '',,„ gceased: and that on the "'HonorAugust, 1949, will apply t ,n j4fi able W. P. C0JWJS| BUnton. ^"---pr ovi. of Dade County, Florida. r r JT, juof said final report and ror m a charge as Administratrix of of Murray Miller, deceaieo. ThU 25 day of July. ',' UILLER NATHAN W^t. HARRY ZUKERNICK. EMAttorney for Administrate 8/5-1I-1I-M



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/ ; I : I • i I % I PAGE SIXTEEN + LUHkrldtel RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY Tempi* Israel (Reform). 137 N.E. 19th St. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitmaa: Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Rabbi Emeritus. Sabbath evening service at S:15. T*mpl Isaiah (Reform). 1065 Dade Bird.. Miami Beach. Rabbi David Raab. Frldav evening aervtcei at 8:18. Rabbi Moshe Mann of Western Reserve University and the Hebrew I'nion College of Cincinnati, will conduct the service and will deliver the sermon as guest rabbi. A reception will follow. Tempi* Beth Sholom (Liberal). 4144 Chaie AreMiami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kroniah; Castor Samuel Kelemer. Friday evening summer service at 8:15 p.m. Coral Gables Jewish Center (Liberal). Services discontinued until the falL United Jewish Schools. North Campus. University of Miami. Discontinued until fall. Congregation Keneseth Israel (Orthodox). 1415 Euclid Are.. Miami Beach. Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Isaac H. Ever will deliver the sermon and Cantor Yardelnu will chant the liturgical portion. Saturday morning services at 9. a.m. Mincha at 5 p.m. followed by Shalos Seudos. Talmud Torah registration tomorrow at 10 a.m. Also after 3 p.m. on week days, Miami Hebrew School and Congregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Berele Kelemer. Services Friday evening at 8:30. ."Saturday morning at 9 a.m. Bar Mltzvah of Philip Barnett, son of Mrs. Ann* Padawer. Rabbi April will address the young man. Mincha at 6 p.m followed by Shalos Seudos. Rabbi Simon April will speak on the Portion of the Week. Miros at 7:30 p.m. Hebrew school dally 9 am. to 12 noon. Daily services at 7:30 p.m. and 6:45 p.m. Religious Congregation. 4064 N.W. 4th St Services Saturday morning at 9:00 o'clock. Congregation Beth El (Orthodox), 590 S.W. 17th Are. Rabbi Murray Grauer, Cantor Milton Friedman. Friday evening services 6.30. Sabbath morning service at 8:30 a.m. Junior congregation at 10 a.m. Mincha at 6:30 followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily services 8 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. Temple Emanu-El (Reform). 1801 S. Andrews Are.. Fort Lauderdale. Dr. Marius Hanson. Rabbi. Friday evening sen-ices at 8:00. Rabbi Ranson will officiate. Congregation Beth David (Con••rvarive). 135 N.W. Third AT*. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rer. Maurice Mamches. Friday evening services at ]3 ft **£: bath morning services at 8:30 .Rabbi Shapiro and Cantor Mamches will oificate. Congregation Beth Jacob (Or! thodox). 301-311 Washington Ave.. i Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mascheloff. Frldav evening service at 6:30 p.m. Sabbath service at 8:J0 a.m. Mincha at 6:30 followed by Shalos Seudos. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on the Portion of the Week. Opening session of the Religious School Sunday at 10 a.m. Congregation Beth Tfilah (Orthodox). 935 Euclid AreMiami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. RackorskT. Friday evening service at 8:43 p.m. Saturday morning at 8:30 Rabni Rackovskv will speak on the Portion <.f the Week. Saturday at 5:30 p.m. Rabbi Rackovskv will speak on The Ethics of the Father, followed by Mincha. Shalos Seudos and program of Palestinian songs. Maanv will follow. Daily services at 7:30 a.m. Class in Mishna will be addressed by the Rabbi. Services at 7:00 p.m. followed by a class In Jewish laws and customs. Miami Beach Jewish Community Center (Conservative), 1701 Washington Are., Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Jacob Y. Coloring. Friday evening service at 6:45. Saturday morning service at 9. Dally services at 8 a.m. and 6:45 p.m. Jewish Community Center (Conservative). 2020 Polk St.. Hollywood. Rabbi Henry Okalica of Daytona Beach will be guest speaker at service at 8:15 p.m. sermon topic will be "The Youth of Today Faces the Tomorrow." Saturday services at 9:00 a.m. during summer Anyone wishing a Minyan for Tahrzelt is asked lo call Hyman Tellman. Israelite Center (General). 3346 S.W. 24lh 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. Hollywood Hews RAINSHIELDS and STORMSHIELDS EFFICIENT Protection from RAIN AND HURRICANES at sensible LOW PRICES. RAINSHIELDS with the EXCLUSIVE DRAINAGE FEATURE are suitable for new or old construction. The RAINSHIELD Co. not inc. FHA terms Phone 824)243 HOLLYWOOD—For the past six years "Eternal Light" has been doing a consistently fine job as the first radio program to s> tematically explore the potentwlities of radio drama as a medmrn of radio expression. Both for .its exceptional quality as entertainment and in seeking to revitalize theexpression of the universal ideals of peace and brotherhood, •Eternal Light" rated several topranking radio citations this week. With NBS making free Sunda> noontime available to the Jewish Theological Seminary, whicn spends $125,000 a year on proeramming, the series is now Carried by more than 100 stations, gainins increasingly in universal appeal. Rooted in the ethical and cultural traditions or Judaism, the series has drawn on the great teachings of the past to evaluate the present This columnist agrees with leading educational and religious leaders ot every faith that "Eternal Light has come to be accepted as an important spiritual force in the community. • For the first time in the history of British classical music an harmonica player has been signed to appear with the London Philharmonic orchestra. The honor goes to Larry Adler. who is to participate in a one-night conjcert this coming week in London. The program will include a concerto written for Larry by Jean Berger. "Caribbean Concerto,'^ and the "Rumanian Rhapsody." which he played in MGM's "Birds and the Bees." • • • Just before taking off a quickie Paris jaunt aboard the S.S. America last week. Eddie Cantor got himself set on two radio shows—as emcee of the "Take It or Leave It" and an NBC option deal. And. in the midst of agency and general trade palaver, he got into a discussion on comedians. Eddie's veteran background naturally touched on the yesteryear monologists like Will Rogers, Julius Tannen et al. and he was moved to compare them to today's crop. "In those years a comedian scored with every crack. Each bon mot was a gem; if it didn't hit it was refined until it did, or discarded. Today's comics are of another school. You'll note they're all of the same pattern—staccato, gatling-gun type of gagsters who breathlessly uncork dozens upon dozens of cracks. They may total over 100 assorted nifties, throwaways, toppers, quips, jokes, rehearsed ad libs, topical asides, and the like. If they register eight or ten big laughs they're satisfied, and seemingly so are the customers and the managements. "They're usually nitery type comedians you'll note, talking fast, and sometimes they hit, more often they don't. Since there is nothing wrong with that school, since it is so-called 'modern,' I guess there's little need of comFRIDAY, AUGU ST 19, BethDavid To Conduct HolidaySerS At New And Old Buildings, Cohen Reveak Congregation Beth David will conduct High Holy Day ser^ in the new synagogue now under construction at S.W. SriiM between 26th and 27th Road, as well as in the old building S| 8rd Ave and 2nd St., according to an announcement bv vSi Cohen, president of the congregation. *nJ ••We recognize the need of the growing Miami command en said, "and have expedited the construction of the newTI Cohen said, "ana nave expcu.icu v.. c ^;"'un 01 me new buifiJl ing so that holiday services may be held there for the conveZj of the thousands of Jewish families who live in this area" 2 Cantor Maurice Mamches and a professional choir will confa the service. Rabbi Max Shapiro, who has served as spiritual of the synagogue for the past 17 years, will officiate. •The new synagogue will seat 1600 people," Cohen disclJ "and we urge all members to secure reservations for seats as 7^ as possible." Mrs. Bernard Sterling, chairman of the seating committee J nounced that reservations may be made by calling the sjimM office at 9-3469 or 9-3460 or coming to 135 N.W. 3rd Ave. | Stick Cologne Now On Sale In Miami Area The Royal Beauty Supply Co. has been appointed local distributor for a new stick cologne which comes in a variety of scents. These perfumed sticks, which look like pastel-colored candles, are wrapped in tinfoil and packed in a cylindrical glass jar. The cologne is simply rubbed gently over the skin and. according to Albert Hirsch of Royal Beauty Supply, leaves a long-lasting scent. Moreover, he says, it leaves a cooling feeling without the drying effect of liquid cologne. "The Bug House" ECONOMY EXTERMINATING CO. 449 W. Flagler Telephones 2-2555 and 5-3444 TRULY NOLEN. General Manage) (Firs* Cornet Wt of Miami live*) BRANCH STORE—1742 ALTON ROAD CORNELIUS SPRAYER REDUCED FROM $2.75 TO $1.75 WireF irerence \ 20,000 Easy Terms ment. But I must not overlook the fact that of a great durable school of memorable comedians of not so long ago, we did have people like the following who, somehow, left greater impress. And I'm wondering, therefore, only how the so-called present generation funsters will compare years hence as now do Bert Williams. Fannie Brice, Jack Rose, Ted Healy. Harry Lauder, W. C. Fields, and so on." ENJOY AN EVENING on the DREAM BOAT MOONLIGHT CRUISE YACHT SEVEN SEAS On the Cool Biscayne MUSIC — DANCING — REFRESHMENTS Miami's Largest and Finest PIER NO. 10 CITY YACHT BASIN Price $1.00 Phone 2-2491 .lka-Se.U c< SOUR $T0*' V \lka-ScU' cV Teanererkmif w I, rn one or men ef thaee common ailmenU ni; eome aloog and interfere with fa work or pleasure. So be wite-tan a plentiful supply of Alka-Sdoa en band for the quick relief it ofn Just drop an Alka-Selucr tablet ar two to a cbsa of water.** fin, tboa drink it. No (bibs, ao atkratg, no trouble at tH it aB drag Howe. 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)AY, AUGUST 19. 1949 + UlstJkrin PAGE ELEVEN JEWS IN SPORTS By HASKELL COHEN lew York sandlot baseball en[siasts are raving over the pernances of one Wally FinkelJn. None other than Rabbit %  ranville, famous big league Yrtstop of former years, leads cheering brigade. The exjtsburgh Pirate and Boston Ive shortfielder predicts a big fue future for the youngster. Wally can field as well as any I've ever seen," says Maranle. "I might even say he can lb them up as well as some big Vucrs. He s fast, has a power[arm and makes them all look y. His big trouble was that he J his hands too close to his ly but I think we've corrected It" finklestein, 18 and husky at 1 has been drawing more than look from several big league tits but is thinking of enterI Montana State College on a Iball-baseball scholarship. Belt being graduated this past luary he was the star passer i halfback on his high school Rball squad. • • lilty Shapiro, City College's lete. has left the Bushwicks to ; a contract with the WashingSenators. Hilty received a 111 bonus from the Caps and finish the current season at Sr New Castle, Pa., farm. • • • inother basketball fight is (ping up among New York coles despite the fact that schools on vacation. N.Y.U., already fwrong with Syracuse for aledly luring Mel Seeman from i Orange campus, is going to re a fight on its hands if it feists in its efforts to snag Roth, frosh star, away from College. Roth, now working [the Adirondacks, is said to re asked for a transfer to N.Y. [after considerable persuasion (several NYU. cohorts. authorities at N.Y.U. feel that harm will be done if Roth ftriculates at their institution, originally entered N.Y.U. fall but switched to City at I last minute, forfeiting his fifty Bar deposit. N.Y.U. is peeved \he fitv school for supposedly J Lionel Malamed away from Im when the former Beaver Itain returned from the Army. [addition N.Y.U. feels that big Roman, slated to star at the fot post for City, was "stolen" ay by City slickers. Consefently the Violet hoop heads II justified in accepting Roth lie desires to make the change. "here is a strong movement afoot by N.Y.U. grads to keep the Violet among the high rating basketball schools despite the fact that the school administration is inclined to favor football. Right now the grads, headed by a Newark alumnus, are fighting with LaSalle of Philadelphia for the rights to a Philadelphia star, Norm Grecken. Both schools claim the boy is registered with them. At the present time the youth is working at a race track for a LaSalle grad which should indicate that he is headed for the Philly institution. N.Y.U.'s Newark alumnus is not giving up in his fight for Grecken and undoubtedly will have more to say before the boy finally enters school in the fall. This corner is convinced that financial blandishments well beyond those countenanced by the NCAA are being thrown at Grecken by the New York graduate body. This policy of paying for basketball players is getting serious, more so in football. The coach of LaSalle, Ken Loeffler, told us only the other day that getting college players is harder today than landing hoopsters in the pro ranks from whence he recently came. New York schools, hit by the fact that recent high school stars are leaving the city to matriculate elsewhere, are getting desperate to hold their local material. One school paid a high school center $2,000 to matriculate at their institution while another Metropolitan college is paying a highly sought-after star a goodly sum to join its student body this fall. The price of education comes pretty high among New York colleges. Basketball is getting to be such a big thing among the betting gentry in New York that certain bookies are known to be paying tuition fees for good boys on local school varsities in order to be able to get the boys to see the game their way on given nights. |FOR AUTO INSURANCE SEE HAROLD GRAHAM (With Terry Ins. Agcy, Inc.) I'OO Biicayne Bldfl. 19 W. Flagler PHONE 3-4071 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. W. 21st Terrace EDDIE ALPER Dr. Bunche To Speak To Social Workers Dr. Ralph J. Bunche has accepted an invitation to speak at the annual meeting of the Florida State Conference of Social Work to be held in West Palm Beach on November 12, 13 and 14, according to an announcement by Morris Klass. member of the group's executive committee. The Florida State Conference of Social Work is an organization of citizens and social workers who are interested in developing a better welfare proprogram for the state. Both organizations and individuals participate in the programs and as members. Every individual interested in community welfare activities is eligible to membership. President of the conference is Mrs. Margaret Bristol, professor of social work at Florida State University, Tallahassee. Hebrew Sehool Holiday Plans Almost Complete Plans are almost complete for High Holy Day services to be conducted at the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation, according to an announcement by William Weintraub, chairman of the committee in charge of arrangements. Weintraub announces that someone will be on hand from 8 to 10 p.m. in the evening beginning Monday to assist friends and neighbors in making High Holy Day reservations. Anyone wishing further information is asked to call Weintraub at 9-4036. The Hebrew Academy 918 Sixth Street Miami Beach, Florida announces to its many friends that REGISTRATION OF PUPILS IS NOW TAKING PLACE | GIVE YOUR SON OR DAUGHTER THE ADVANTAGE OF: • Dramatics • Arts and Crafts • Public Speaking • Medical Care • All direction under the expert supervision of a well trained and professional faculty Progressive English Education • Maximum Hebrew Instruction careful Transportation to and from the Academy Mot scientifically orepared lunches 1 nu ternoon Refreshments Physical Training and Athletic Programs CLASSES FROM THE KINDERGARTEN THROUGH TO THE SEVENTH GRADE Phone 58-4641 for an appointment IN THE MAIL The Best Editor, Jewish Floridian I just got through reading the article on Emma Lazarus, by Harry Simonhoff, in his column "I'll Say," and I am writing to tel you how much I enjoyed it. 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She just takes away bag and all! |0, is our subscription to "BABY TALK'magazine... the authoritative, national monthly for Mothers that •ells all about Babies from the pre-natal, through 'he pre-school period. ^u At Full Purchase Price In Miami, Hollywood and Fort th And Comfort Of Their Babies! <$£!& *t t lf X 7 ZS3 •f Miami Laundry DlWOAl BT6IES Ruth Simon Betrothal Revealed A September 17 wedding is being planned by Miss Ruth Simon, whose engagement to Sonny Tandlich was recently announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Simon, N.E. 45th St. Mr. Tandlich's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tandlich, S.W. 10th Ave. The ceremony will take place in Pittsburgh, Pa. Lillian Sales To Wed Max P. Engel Sunday Afternoon Lillian Sales, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Sales, of 660 N.W. 45th St., will become the bride of Max Philip Engel, son of the David Engels, Miami, Sunday afternoon at the Shelborne Hotel. Rabbi Max Shapiro will read the double-ring service. A recepting and dinner will follow the ceremony, which is scheduled to begin at 2 p.m. The bride-to-be, secretary to the special events director of the city of Miami, was graduated from Miami Senior High School and attended the University of Miami. She is a member of the Junior Hadassah. Mr. Engel, who spent three and a half years in the Army Air Force, attended Rutgers University and is now a student at the University of Miami. Besides the parents of the bride and bridegroom, those who will attend the ceremony are Ronald Sales, brother of the bride; two sisters and their husbands, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Phillips and Mr. and Mrs. William Siedle; Mr. and Mrs. Leo C. Steinberg and children, Wanda and Joel, and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Grodin and daughter, Janice Patricia. The newlyweds will reside in Miami upon their return from a wedding trip. Ellen Brodkin Atlanta Girl Pledged To Joseph C. Leifer Planning a September wedding is Miss Ellen Brodkin, whose betrothal to Joseph Charles Leifer, son of the Abe Leifers, 728 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach, has been revealed by her mother, Mrs. Rose Brodkin, Atlanta, Ga. The prospective bridegroom is a graduate of Georgia Tech, a member of Eta Kappa Nu and Tau Beta Pi, honorary engineering fraternities. Miami Y Bridge Session A bridge session is slated for Monday night at 8:15 at the Miami Y. Winners at the session held on August 8 were Rose Elfen and Lou Seitlin, first place, and Mr. and Mrs. H, Wilensky. second. Personally Speaking ... On a Caribbean cruise are Mr. and Mrs. Louis I. Krensky, 4955 Delaware Ave., Miami Beach. The Krenskys sailed from New Orleans aboard the Alcoa Corsair. On their way back to Miami Beach, they will stop in Gainesville to visit their son, Herbert, who is a student at the University of Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Aronvitz, 242 Beacon Blvd., are spending the month of August in Key West A daughter was bom to Mr. and Mrs. Edward Peyser, 809 S.W. 2nd St, on August 7 at Victoria Hospital. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. I. Tannen, 1725 Calais Dr., Miami Beach. Mrs. Evelyn Edelman and son are visiting Dr. Hyman Katz, recently of Monticello. N. Y., who has just passed his Florida State dental exams. Dr. Katz, who resides at 810 N.W. 79th St.. is contemplating opening offices here. Mr. and Mrs. C. Band announce the birth of a daughter, Sheila Ellen, on July 30 at Doctor's Hospital. Recently discharged from the Navy, where he was stationed at the United States Naval Hospital at Mare Island, Vallejo, Cal., Joseph Mintzer plans to enter the University of Florida in September. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Mintzer, 1843 S.W. 9th St. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Binder have moved to their new home at 510 N.E. 29th St Mr. and Mrs. Max Mintzer, 1843 S.W. 9th St., recently returned from a six-week trip, which took them to Montreal, Canada, New York City, and McRae, Ga., where they visited their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Halperin. Miami vacationers at Duncraggan 111, Hendersonville, N. C, include Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Gans and son, Charles; Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Pearl and son. Michael; Mrs. Ceil Schweigle, Rose Asian and James Sounders. Mr. and Mrs. Saul Belenky will return to their home in Miami Beach this week, after spending several weeks at Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville, N. C. %  %  Dr. and Mrs. Nathaniel M. Levin, and their sons, Barry and Joel, left for a vacation in the West Indies. They plan to visit Dominican Republic, Haiti, Jamaica and Cuba and expect to return shortly after Labor Day. Mr. and Mrs. George J. Talianof are leaving today for a two-week vacation in Roanoke, Va., and New York. + Mr. and Mrs. William Glick, 2381 S.W. 25th Terr., have as their guest Mr. Glick's brother, Joe, who arrived here from New York Tuesday. The visitor is a star athlete, former Golden Gloves champion and amateur boxing and wrestling title holder for the state of New York. Sam W. Shapiro has arrived at Duncraqqan Inn, Hendersonville, N. C, to join Mrs. Shapiro and dauqhter, Ellen, who are spending the summer there. Mr. and Mrs. Murray Fledell, 2547 S.W. 31st Ave., announce the birth of a son on Thursday, August 11, at St. Francis Hospital. The baby will be named Norman Dennis. Bris is scheduled for 3 p.m. Sunday at the Fledell home. Mr. and Mrs. David Tucker, 9064 Harding Ave., celebrated their forty-fourth wedding anniversary with an open house for friends Monday night. The Tuckers are formerly of Chicago. Bernard I. Gelbert will return this weekend from a threeweek sojourn in Boston. Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Miller, 931 S.W. 4th St., have returned from a three-month vacation. Included in their itinerary were New York, Connecticut! and Tucson, Arizona. Mrs. Myron H. Cohn, Germantown, Philadelphia, is spending a month with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Halpem, 259 Oleander Ave., Palm Beach. Mrs. Cohn is the former Jerry Halpern. Mr. Cohn wil join his wife later. Mrs. Earl Schrier and daughters of Asheville, N. C, are visiting Mrs. Schrier's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Dave of West Palm Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Murray Schulman, 2380 S.W. 15th St., announce the birth of a son, Harvey Lee, on August 13 at Victoria Hospital. The mother is the former Jeanette Mintzer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Mintzer of this city. Mr. and Mrs. William Friedman are spending several v#V-s in New York. During their stay they wfH attend the National Jewelers convention at Waldorf Astoria. The Friedmans are making thefr headquarters at the Hotel New Yorker. Mrs. Alex Cohen, 2220 S.W. 19th Terr., has just returned from New York, where she visited her dauqhter, Theresa, who is an editorial research assistant for Tune Maqazine. Durin'q her stay Mrs. Cohen and Theresa attended the BerkshireMusic Festival in Tanglewood. Mass. Mrs. Cohen, who makes an annual pilgrimage to Tanglewood for the festival, says that this year's was the most satisfactory nh has attended. Mrs. Cohen also spent a week with hex sister, Mrs. Pearl Briaqs, in Baltimore. n 'i '.•' V j



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fewiislbJEIIiOipidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY JME 22—NUMBER 33 MIAMI FLORIDA. FRIDAY, AUGUST 19, 1949 PRICE TEN CENTS sns cxxx: ting Of Israel, Arab Delegates To i< ilia* ion Unit Set For This Week .USANNE, (JTA)—The first meeting between Israeli and fcU-legates to the United Nations Conciliation Commission here bke place this week. A technical committee to deal with the Eon of frozen Arab funds in Israeli banks has been set up, Ming of Zalman Lifshitz for Israel, a member of the Egyptian ,tion and members of the commission. he Conciliation Commission will continue its work here until Jnited Nations Assembly meets in Lake Success. It appears ertain that an American proposal to move the meeting to New i in mid-September will be accepted by the commission. MemLlso expressed doubt that Paul A. Porter, American representathe commission, will return to Lausanne before Washington have clarified its policy on the McGhee Plan, which provides he rehabilitation of the Near East and the resettlement of tine Arab refugees, under development projects sponsored by lited States. i .-.fHIXlVWllVlW 1*111. VI 1 ficial In Munich Calls Anti-Semites iermany "Depraved" "Carrion-Like" Jewish Agency Licensing Committee Set Up To Govern Fund Raising Drives JNICH, (JTA)—The Ameri-> [Military Governor in BaL Murray Van Wagoner, deed anti-Semites in Germany Draved" and "carrion-like." Said that the anti-Semitic published this week in the -Deutsche Zeitung here, expressed regret that all had not been gassed by the \ Tries To Halt IS Fund Raising YORK, (JTA)—The State Jew York this week applied injunction to prevent the sh Consumptive Relief Soof Denver from raising in this state on charges (the organization has prac"deceit" and "misrepresentand has failed to provide Hate, modern medical servhe application was filed by office of Attorney General laniel L. Goldstein, which fed out that the J.C.R.S. was [associated with either the onal Jewish Hospital or the Jewish Home for CripChildren, both of Denver. charges were denied by ell Salem Fisher, attorney |the hospital, who labelled "plain nonsense" and added I the attorney general has no If to support them. Mr. Fisher Icalled the action another depment in an internal political defending the hospital, Mr. ler declared that the Colorado rd of Health had conducted Examination of its facilities in ary, 1948, and had found it "modern, well-equipped, efItly managed with the latest (em methods of treatment for patients." He also quoted tci from Gov. Lee Knous, December 22, 1948, in which |Governor termed the hopsital outstanding institution of R and medical research." he attorney general's petition ji erz i' s eri that in 1947 the hospital ed $820,000 nationally, with cltv '.000 being collected in New It charged that the funds obtained because contribuwere led to believe that "the pization is operating a mod| completely equipped, propertaffed and medically superior of institution for the care I treatment of victims of tuber % sis." Asserting that this was [so, the affidavit said that soling funds under their circum>ces was "tantamount to a in the public." ssistant Attorney General odore R. Ostrow, who filed petition, said that during most Its existence the organization 1 justified the faith of the pubpi its work, but that some time the patients had organized a lyance committee to make |wn their dissatisfaction with present hospital administraand services. As a result, he the Jewish Consumptive ReSociety's advisory council in York had appointed an infigating committee to check the patients' charges. Nazis, libeled the whole German people. Leaders of the Central Jewish Committee conferred with Maj. Abraham Hyman, deputy adviser on Jewish affairs to the American Military Government, on the clash which took place between German police and displaced Jews who demonstrated against the newspaper in which the virulent anti-Jewish letter was published. The Jewish representatives proposed that American military police should in the future deal with disturbance involving displaced Jews. "We would rather be clubbed on the head by American military policemen than be kissed on the cheek by German policemen," says a statement issued by the Jewish Central Committee following the conference with Maj. Hyman. The Jewish Community of Berlin issued a call for a protest meeting against the German police action. The purpose of the mass meeting is to organize a campaign against renewed outbreaks of anti-Semitism in Germany, the announcement said. In his condemnation of the anti-Semitic letter, Gov. Wagoner said in part: "The world is critically watching events in Germany and will be quick in fastening its attention on any indication pointing to a resurrection of anti-Semitism. The man behind it all over the world form only a minority which can be rendered harmless by the force of reason and decency, and kept in the gutter which is their proper place." U.S. Military Cov't Probes Munich Riot WASHINGTON, (JTA)—John J. McCloy, American High Commissioner-designate for Germany, indicated that he would investigate the riot in Munich caused by an article in a local German newspaper expressing regret that the Nazis did not gas all the Jews. He termed the affair "deplorable" and said that Murray Van Wagoner, director of the U.S. Military Government in Bavaria, was already looking into the incident. Mr. McCloy was asked at a State Department press conference about the rebirth of German nationalism and replied that signs of such nationalism were "not altogether unhealthy." He admitted that former Nazis are permitted to take active parts in the political and industrial life of Germany. "We have arrived at the stage where the less virulent Nazis are allowed to come back," he admitted. He explained that he felt that this was better than keeping "a corps of people totally and completely ostracized from the community." He said it is too early to tell if German nationalism is "natural or sinister." However, he added that the attitude has not changed towards actual war criminals. Rabbinical Meet To Establish Supreme Religious Authority JERUSALEM, (JTA)—A world rabbinical conference will be called in Jerusalem shortly to discuss the establishment of a supreme religious authority, Rabbi Israel Tabak, president of the Rabbinical Assembly of America, this week told the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Rabbi Tabak is head of an Orthodox rabbinical delegation from the United States which has been discussing various religious problems with Israeli religious leaders. Rabbi Tabak revealed that at a meeting between the delegation and Premier David Ben Gurion, the latter said that Israel hopes to become the spiritual center of world Jewry. The Premier added that he hoped that Torah scholars and spiritual leaders will gather in Israel for "from Zion will go forth the law." When the American delegation arrives home, Rabi Tabak said, it will call a conference of American rabbis and Jewish community leaders to organize a pilgrimage of some 1,000 persons to Israel for the Succoth festivities. JERUSALEM, OTA)—The Jewish Agency central licensing committee, which is empowered to either permit or prohibit the raising of funds abroad for Israeli institutions and to check any fund-raising activities conducted in the United States and in other countries on behalf of Israel, started functioning this week. ^ The committee, which was formed after consultations with the Israel government and with representatives of Jewish relief and welfare organizations, including the Joint Distribution Committee, is composed of five members of the Jewish Agency executive. They are: Dr. Itzhak Gruenbaum, Meir Grossman, Eliahu Dobkin, J. Zerubavel and S. Z. Shragai. In a statement issued to the press, Mr. Dobkin explained the reasons which prompted the Jewish Agency to establish such a body. He emphasized that much harm has been done in the United States by the separate drives conducted on behalf of various institutions in Israel. At least 120 such drives have been conducted this year in America, he said. Mr. Dobkin attacked the ORT and the OSE declaring that while these organizations have hitherto worked outside of Israel, they now claim to be doing seventy percent of the work which is actually being done by the Jewish Agency. The licensing committee, he stated, is fully empowered to consider any application of any public institution trying to raise funds in countries outside of Israel for work in Israel. The committee will also have the right to approve and control small collections raised in am country for any kind of work in Israel, he added. It can prohibit certain collections and it can study the balance sheets of any collection, he pointed out. Ellis Radinsky, director of the United Palestine Appeal who has been here for about three weeks conferring with the Agency, explained to newsmen the relationship between the U.P.A. and the United Jewish Appeal in America. Breakfast Will Honor Abe P. Gannes Prior To Departure For Philadelphia A community-wide breakfast honoring A. P. Gannes, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, who will assume his new post as executive director of the Philadelphia Council on Jewish Education September 1, will be held on Sunday morning at 9:45, at the Hyde Park Hotel. A committee consisting of Eli Hurwitz, chairman, Mrs. Matilda Ratner, Mrs. Jack Rosenberg, Mrs. Milton Sachs and Max Meisel, members of the bureau, other community leaders and personal friends of the popular Jewish educational director will join in bidding farewell and honoring him on that occasion. The public is invited and reservations may be obtained by calling 3-5858. Theodor Herzl Remains To Rest In Israel TEL AVIV, (JTA)—The remains of Dr. Theodor Herzl, father salem, WM carrying out the last of the political Zionist movement, lay in state here after being brought to Israel from Vienna by a special plane which was met off Haifa by a squadron of Israeli fighters. Heavy artillery in Haifa fired salvos and all vessels in Haifa port blew their whistles as the craft bearing Dr. remains approached the Accompanied by the fighters, the Israeli plane carrying the remains of Dr. Herzl and his family landed early at Lydda airport where hundreds of prominent people awaited its arrival. Premier David Ben Gurion and other members of the Cabinet, as well as a large delegation from the Israeli parliament, were among those who waited at the airfield for the arrival of the coffins. Immediately after the plane landed, the caskets were transferred to a be-flagged Army lorry which brought the coffins to Tel Aviv. Army and police honor guards escorted the cortege from Lydda to Tel Aviv where the coffins were placed on a specially erected platform in Knesset Square. The coffins were transferred to Jerusalem for rebunal. While crowds jammed the area around Knesset Square to pay their last respects to the founder of the Zionist movement, the Israeli parliament conducted a special session to pay tribute to Dr. Dr. Theodor Herzl Herzl. Speakers emphasized that the Knesset, in arranging for the transfer to Israel and the reburial of Dr. Herzl's remains in Jeruwishes of the late leader. Premier Ben Gurion, in a moving homage delivered to the Knesset deputies on behalf of the government, declared: "Only two men were privileged to have their remains returned to Israel in the course of 3,300 years—both were sons of Jacob. The first was Joseph, who left a testament asking that his remains be returned to Israel with the exodus of the Jews from Egypt, and the second was Herzl. This funeral is not a mourning procession, but a triumphant march of victory for a vision converted into reality." Speaker of the Knesset Joseph Sprinzak read a message from President Chaim Weizmann, who is now vacationing in Switzerland. "Every person in Israel," Dr. Weizmann's message declared, "must today remember Herzl's famous words—'If you wish, it Is not a legend.' The Jewish people has shown a determination to persist until the state becomes a home for all in the Diaspora. With the transfer of Herzl's remains I visualize the completion of a decisive stage in the history of the Jewish people and ah indication of the course of the future. Fortunate is the generation which has been privileged to implement the dream of its leader." Zionist Deportation From Rumania Denied BUCHAREST, (JTA)—Reports that the Rumanian authorities ordered all members of Zionist groups to move from the cities of Bucharest, Jassy, Timisoara and Cluj into "pale" areas of Dobruj and Altenia were termed "absurd" in authoritative quarters here this week. "These reports are typical of the slander conducted against the present regime and deserve no official denial," the Jewish Telegraphic Agency correspondent was told. The reports were published in the Jewish press abroad. Tne fact that all local Zionist leaders are at present in Bucharest proves that the reports have no basis, it was pointed out. The reports said that the Rumanian secret political police has compiled a list of all members of all Zionist groups in Rumania for the purpose of "transferring" the Zionists and their families from the larger cities into isolated districts where they could be kept under constant police observation. Egyptian Government Releases 34 Detainees TEL AVIV, (JTA)—Thirtyfour of a group of 49 Jews detamed by the Egyptian government have been freed and have already reached Italy, it was reported by Egyptian Army officers serving on the mixed IsraeliEgyptian armistice commission. The report was made at a meeting in the Negev. (A new exodus of Jews from Egypt is now under way, the Cairo correspondent of the Lon|don News-Chronicle reported.)



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! I ". PAGE SIX Feder Renamed Beth Jacob Cantor; Schreibman To Lead Holiday Chorus Congregation Beth Jacoh announces the reappointment of Louis D. Feder as cantor. Cantor Feder. who will take over his cantorial duties for the year this Sabbath. Shabbos MaVorchim Ellul. has served with the congregation for the past three years. During this time he has acquired a name for himself as an interpreter of traditional Jewish music. Prior to coming to Miami, the cantor, who is a lyric baritone, served with the Bronx YMHA and the Burnside Jewish Center. Cantor Feder will chant the High Holy Day services this year with the assistance of a double choir under the leadership of Joseph Schreibman. Schreibman. who has conducted services with such renowned cantors as Pinchok. Rosenblatt. Chagi and Malovsky. :s a graduate of Moscow Conservatory of Music. He has devoted most of his time and energy to the study of liturgical and Palestinian music and has composed several numbers which will be sung at the services. Joseph Schreibman %  %  Cantor Louis D. Feder Proceeds From Mah fang Lessons To Aid Orphans In connection with raising funds toward her yearly quota as a member of Tamara Chapter Mizrachi Women. Mrs. Ben Kazer. 3524 E.W. 3rd Ave., has announced she will give a series of mah jong lessons. Mrs. Kazer will contribute all monies earned in this fashion to the care of the orphan children maintained in the farms, schools and orphanages in the State of Israel. Anyone interested in joining the class is asked to call 2-4522. Mrs. HirM'h Is On Palay Board MM Muriel Hirsch was named a member of the board of directors of the Cerebral Palsy Association. Inc.. by Irving Goldman, president, at a recent meeting of the group. Mrs. Hirsch has donated S100 to be awarded as a prize to the person writing a winning slogan about cerebral palsy such a* Re member the Forgotten Chid or I -Be a Palsv PalThe contest is open to everyone, and all entries must be malted to the S ogan Committee o the Cerebral Pals> I Association a: 304 SJA n n A > *;: hv August 29 Mr? Hirsch or he. representative will be the judge. All entries become the property of the association and may DC used bv them in connection wltn the fund-raising campaign to t>e conducted October 23-29. In addition. Mrs. Hirsch has pledged to raise S500 toward a physician's fellowship. The physician chosen may take a two-week or three-month course of training in cerebral palsy technique at a recognized school of cerebral palsv. Physicians and internes who are interested in the fellowship may call 2-6393. FRIDAY, AUGUST 19, tiorrhov Agency OiM-iHf On Beach Announcement has been made of the establishment of the Sidney B Gorchov Advertising Agency located at 350 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, where the Florida of*i?e of the S. S. Cantor Agency of Philadelphia has been in business since January. 1946. under GorchoVs direction ......j Recognition has been granted the Gorchov agency by the New York Publisher's Association. \mong accounts now being serviced bv the organization are the Versailles Hotel. Land O Sun Dairies. Reddi-Wip Co. of Florida, Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce. Belmar. Georgian Con 1 tinental and St. Montz hotels These accounts employ national media including newspapers, magazines, billboards and radio. Gorchov is owner and operator of the agencv which he established following his release from service. His experiences include agencv backgrou nd in Philadelphia, plus three years of Pronwi tion work for Walter Anner,^ of the Philadelphia Inquirer j2 is a graduate of the University Z Alabama and lives with hi* i-t and two sons in Miami. ** BB Youth Unit To Hold Boat Bide A moonlight cruise on the "Seven Seas Dream Boat" will be sponsored by the B'nai B nth (Youth Council on Sunday. August 28. at 9 p.m.. it has been announced bv Miss Selma Lewis. B'nai B'rith Youth director. According to Chairman Carol Jaffee. the boat will leave Pier 10. City Yacht Basin, at 9 p.m. and tickets at SI per person maybe secured by calling Miss Jaffee at 86-8097. A program of entertainment and dancing is planned and refreshments will be available at the snack bar. The committee on 'arrangements includes Sandra Wheatman and Adrian Lipson. Congregation Beth Jacob Will Re-Open Religious School Sunday Morning ./>,Congregation Beth Jacob an nounces the reopening of its daily Religious School Sunday at 10 a.m. The Beth Jacob Religious School offers courses for children between the ages of 6 and 14 in the Hebrew language, the study of the prayer book and bible. Jewish history and religious studies. Hebrew grammar and a reading and speaking knowledge of Yiddish are included in the upper grades. Classes are under the tutelage of Louis D. Feder. Rabbi M. Mescheloff is the principal and I. Miller is the chairman of the board of education. Children enrolled before the summer vacation will attend this Sunday morning's sessions at the usual hour. Registration of new children will take place through the week at the synagogue office. Parents may inspect the new classrooms in the community building annex built during the term of office of President David Whitman. Aabbi Joseph E. 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PAGE FOUR +Jehttkjkfton ""D AY, AUGU ST,,, < %  • EDITORIAL Herzl It ran ah t Home At Last The re-interment of the remains of the immortal Herzl in Jerusalem in fulfillment of the last wish of the founder of political Zionism assumes the aspect of a dramatic culmination of a great historic episode in the life of a timeless people—the episode of the life and death of an individual who had given his all for this people, who had brought them close to their Promised Land, but to whom, like Moses of yore, it was not given to see the fulfillment of his dream while he was yet among the living. This week the restored Jewish state, only a little more than a year old, fulfilled its debt to Theodor Herzl by bringing his remains from Vienna, where he was laid to rest 45 years ago, to Israel, to the homeland of which he had dreamed and which, but for him, would not have been brought into being, could not have become the glorious living fact that is today the Republic of Israel. As in a flash, this disinterment and re-interment of the remains of the spiritual father of Jewish independence wafts us all back to the year 1904, the year when Jews throughout the world were stunned by his untimely death at the age of 44. It was an age of innocence, a full decade before the first World War, a time when materialism and cynicism did not exert the influence over men they were able to obtain years later. It was a time for Jewish dreamers—of the ghetto and of the more assimilated Western world as well—and Herzl was the boldest dreamer of them all. It was he alone who was able to kindle the imagination of Jewry with the inspiring vision of a restored Zion after more than 1800 years of exile. The Jewish people that he so loved have brought Herzl home at last, there to find a permanent resting place as the architect of the great structure which he blue-printed. A restored Israel could do nothing less. Rabbi ttaab Expressions of regret have been forthcoming with the announcement of the resignation of Rabbi David Raab, as spiritual leader of Temple Isaiah. The struqale of the young rabbi in establishing a House of Worship is the story retold with the creation of every citadel of spiritual enlightenment. Attracting leadership, a flock, funds with which to operate, a place in which to worship, overcoming the displeasures of those who decried the need of a Reform Temple on the Beach, are but a few of the many problems the rabbi had to overcome. As the challenges were overcome and the temple took its place in our community, rtabrji Haabs aspirations were realized We join with his many friends who are delighted with his decision to add to his educational background and obtain his Ph.D. We know he will grow in stature and prominence and achieve glory for his people and success in his career as a Minister of Israel. Israeli Newsletter 'LET'S GUARD HIM TO-GETHER—" A Jb Well Done Communal leaders and co-workers will gather Sunday morning to express a partinq word to Abe Gannes. Gannes was the first executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, organized about five years ago. He resigned the Miami post to accept a greater challenge as the director of the Philadelphia Council on Jewish Education. Accepting a challenge when he came to Miami five years ago to establish the Bureau of Jewish Education, both our community and Abe Gannes can take a bow with the election of our director to head the education program in one of the largest cities in th? country. A little about the man. Abe is plain, unassuming, sincere. He is devoted to his chosen field of Jewish education. With finesse he has done away with much of the political maneuvering usually connected with a job of this nature. He has succeeded to a qreat extent over the period of years in "making most everyone happy." The Bureau of Jewish Education has had many obstacles in buildi ngaproqram and giving jewTIi # Munich Riot The riot in Munich, Germany, l as t WeA which several Jews were wounded by poli c demonstrating against the publication of Semitic letter in a local newspaper will not 0 ly surprise discerning Jews who have been feU ing the trend of German opinion since the e H the war and the fall of Hitler. It only serv bring vividly to our attention the fad, which m have known all along, that Nazism is by no ma*, dead in post-war Germany. The Jews of Munich have issued a „, in which they indirectly blame the American o cupation forces for permitting anti-Semlttan J rear its ugly head again. "It is heard to belie* that American occupation forces would aikm provocations like this in spite of all their declare tions against race hatred and for the preservatife of human rights," says the Jewish committee. There is no doubt, however, that in the futw | the American Military Government will be mm vigorous in combatting anti-Semitic maniiesto tions in the land of erstwhile bloody Hitleriim. But even so, what with the new West Germo government coming into being and the con* quently greater autonomy in domestic afiajn which this will bring to Germans, one should not be too optimistic about the possibility of eliminffl ing anti-Semitism from German life and one should realize that there is no future for Jews in that country, at least for a long, long time to conn. That the Munich Jews are realizing this can be seen from a statement that "none of us intend to stay any longer in this country. We do not want to stay on this soil stained with Jewiih blood. We have our own country now." The Jewish committee only says that "as long as we are forced to stay here, we will use all out strength to fight any attempt at anti-Jewish provocations" and demands that anti-Semitic instigators be punished. This is a reasonable demand which can be met by the American, British and French military authorities who will remain in West Germany even after a government will be formed there, a demand which we trust will be met. ish education direction. The progress to date ho been outstanding. The Jewish Community of Greater Miami owes much to Abe Gannes in making the community conscious of the importance of Jewish education and its responsibility to it. "EDITOR'S SOTK Thig b second of a two-article sVriea on the Arm v m u-KH f .'I!* emer Israeli £& establishment is experimentlns itn personnel and administrative situations in the developing of 1 new. regular army, it must at the same time struggle with the prob? L e m ,„ 0 f ^e pers-.nnel which was 5? < y m ob l **d to defend Its bor?*" n the midst of a simultaneous invasion on all land frontiers.) TEL AVIV. (JTA)-One of the top priority problems facing the Israeli authorities today is the care of some 2.000 disabled war veterans. 400 of whom have lost one or more limbs. They are receiving—apart from treatmentpensions until employment is available and have a priority on housing and certain jobs and licenses. The 125.000 pounds the Defense Ministry has already spent on their rehabilitation has provided many shops, apartments or shares in cooperative enterprises. Government care on a similar scale is not available to disabled partisans now coming from Europe nor for the invalids of the dissident groups who did not join the army. The former are charges of Jewish Agency-s absorption department, which is chronically short of funds; for the latter their former comrades have had to assume financial responsibility through a separate fund. The maintenance of the disabled and their families has already cost By ADA OREN half a million the government pounds. "Mahal" men and women volunteers from abroad also constitute a special category. Almost ?hL them could retur n where bSLSST from without t0 great inconvenience, and most of course do so. not having intended to out£ a rrV£ e H fiBhting But there are some who stay on. There exists now a series nf special resettling officers for such personnel who help them set work and housing. Some of thfse veterans have already found jobs n a multitude of fields; others were able to start businesses" !" m eX ,Hr' ng ; nes & obtaining from abroad machinery, tools cars and boats, etc. Still others have caught the pioneering spin -they either learn Hebrew in white collar jobs or accept simpler jobs and even set up their own v lc l ers and settlers' groups which already number sfevJra hundred persons. ~verai These young men and women have already formed several associations generally according to ££f countries of origin, for conv mon representation and for helping their friends to get used in ocal conditions. It iVwsS find such people jobs than rooms as many are skilled. There are many curious phenomena connected with this type of wartime immigration, apart from the importance of whether i bet to university level work "00ZJZ *i.SK" %  haVe Eft" W is ^signed ultimarried during their stav in this country. Thus a group of some la young men. who are now in training in the Negt-v prior to launching experiments in ranch108 3 SL2 The !" P. has mately to give every soldier a minimum vocabulary of 1 100 words. Much attention is being paid now to physical training, with instructors graduating from newly formed army schools. There a .i,.." T "e;iuiurai heaaout J? l V re tXp(H ,,,r| ,n m **e l • u f ""' m ranching, at east in the tourist trade since !i u l so plan u dud( ranch r ebr ew courses in the army are feers ac'i"n O Smo0thly with v lu \nd p; "" ; ,!n iP teachers and sold:,:with local high n5tmc, ed fh a, 0n beinR tl; lnid "o rad Th hclr lrnrr "Krant comTne services of salaried civilian teachers have been dS have L Vr h ; nd "-brew less"! of rmv C T ea n obligatory part of army discipline. Service nn teens contribute to the campaign b> distributing, along with cigarmake a u d ^olate, tags whTch make tip a prize-winning game for diligent students and the army weekly pnnts f^ !" ,,,^ The" 8 !" ch -used metaphor eaJpt.? 0ld,ers themselves are hfe ,n ,Hi Prepare ,h emselves for }e in this country while still in cases Trand t here have bUn on thic reaues,s to defer release offer also hT S me course nil i back ground informaItudentl ranging from the alpha! fare of Jewish Soldiers. An army symphony orchestra has lonj been in existence. There are. of course, military prisons, with libraries and facilities for teaching simple trades and Hebrew to men sentenced to lengthy terms of imprisonment All inmates are employed in W maintenance of the prison services and may freely receive and dispatch correspondence; daily papers are supplied by the aume"nfVipr"Tcr^i'v s Lummana thorities. Arrested soldiers await•enth£21 ael s a my has re ing trial live and continue to +Jewish Flcridiati Published avary Friday sine* -y Tha Jewish Florldlan st 1 %  5iK*t> c.--.. uu-i iu PlarldS. tr been allotted an extensive tract I in ar my schools There are of hitherto useless landThyfhe jSLSSi/" tot gL-fo>pation sports J.N.P since cattle breed inV u ^P^'j 10 8 !" 6 first P' at one of Israel's agricultural headC ndc Pendence prizes a ••"' %  '" Day marksmanship contest for units and individuals went to a Circassian minority unit and its command(•red • %  second-clata matKr '•30. at the Post 1 TB Fl.. under th* Ael of March %  JfJ Th Jewish Florldlan his • %  "" Beach Jr. Hadajjsah Members Will Attend Jacksonville Meet Bev X h n!!?^ 8 0 1 the M 'ami "each Unit of Junior Hadassah will attend the Southern Regional conference of the group to be 4 aid n 5 JaCkSOnVille Se Ptember^ Members who will attend the ££ M e Be £ erIy R aphael, presi! dent Mrs. Roslyn SolU, Lillian Aronson and Selma Lewis all on the regional board; Annette Melich and Kitty Elias. annnti re g |onal conclave is an annual event at which representatives from Florida, Georgia theT^Ha Louis ana meet. On sinnt 8 t^i i ar educational sesof ? ?.ffW. a l i ffai / s ins tallation Volume 22 anddce "^ ,0rmal ban(,Uet FRIDAY. AUGUST 19, 1* AV 14, 5709 jljf <. •" IS. J.wll" Hi* Jswlsh Unity and tns ->•W.skly. MtmC.r of th •W'SJai ar.phlc Agoney. Sovon Arts FsJJ Syndleato, Woridwld* Nsws J"*r National editorial Association, £J, ean Association of Cng>lsn-J**T Nswspaoars. Florida Prass AaaK"'"" SUBSCRIPTION HATEJ: On* Vr %  %  Two y—ra jL> FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and PuDllshar Telephone* HUI-W*" OFTICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Slxih Stre^ Number 8



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)AY, AUGUST 19, 1949 +Je*lsti ITIerkflar PAGE FIVE fest Miami Jewish Center Will Hold lembership Party, Children's Fete rhe West Miami Jewish Center* hold a membership party jiday at 8 p.m. on the lawn A. Lampert and S. Samuels Imes at 6357-6367 S.W. 15th St. the city of West Miami. A Iffet dinner and entertainment LI be provided for members Id their guests. fThe affair is under the direci of Jack Nemith, chairman of membership committee, who being assisted by Mrs. Rose sldcn, refreshments, and Mrs. ferdie Klein, entertainment. >'or the younger children in .. community the program comjttec, headed by Louis Golden Leonard J. Kalish, has ariged a hay ride to Fairyland jrfc Sunday at 11 a.m. The aungsters will be entertained by [clown, enjoy the rides and get eir fill of ice cream and soda The organization has chartered C Show Boat for the night of turday, August 27, for a moonht boat ride an d dance for luncheon Today fill Honor Goldman [The Americanism luncheon iring Abe S. Goldman, comander of the United Veterans ouncil of Dade County, will be bid today at 12:15 p.m. in the owntowner Restaurant, Seybold jilding. Sponsored by Sholem Lodge, Fnai B'rith, the luncheon will be ghlighted by the presentation Miami Beach Councilman BurRoth of a bronze plaque to Dldman in recognition of "his years of service in advancing feterans affairs and combatting feiudice and bigotry in Florida." I Convention officials of the Vettans of Foreign Wars, as well prominent Miami and Dade ounty governmental officers, kve been invited to attend the ir, it has been announced by ftolem Lodge president, John ronenfeld. interested persons are ined to attend. Reservations may secured by calling at the ^olem Lodge office, 330 Seybold liilding, or telephoning 82-5684. members and friends. Music will be provided for dancing. Members who have procured ads for the Center journal and raised funds through other sources will be guests of the organization. Jacobson, Friedman To Attend BB Meet Charles R. Jacobson, executive director of the B'nai B'rith Council of Greater Miami, will attend a district conference of B'nai lie advantage of many comercial codes is that they conISC the message into one-fifth space. POSITION WANTED b Sexton or can conduct all High foliday Services. Can blow Shofar and read the Torah. BENNY STIEBEL 36 N.W. 95th St. 78-0705 KidiawiiMNWMMHMHiumiuHiiiniiiiiiiiiuiinmMiiiiiiiuuiiiuiwiii toman offered private room and oard by business couple in exnange jor light housework. Evenings and weekends off. Call 82-1384 Monday through Friday Charles Jacobson Associated Photographers Julie Rubin Pledged To Yale Friedlander Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Rubin of Asheville, N. C, announce the engagement of their daughter, Julie, to Yale Friedlander of Montgomery. Ala. For the past three years the bride-elect has been making her home with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Argintar, 74 S.W. 28th Road. Miss Rubin, who is now employed by Dade Federal Savings and Loan Association, attended schools in Asheville. Mr. Friedlander. son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Friedlander of Mobile, Ala., graduated from the University of Alabama, where he was a member of Kappa Nu social fraternity. He served in the European theatre for three years and is now in business in Montgomery. A late fall wedding is being j planned. Red Cross Needs Nurse's Aides The Dade County Chapter of the American Red Cross is urgently in need of volunteers to train as nurse's aides, according to an announcement by Mrs. R. Ernest Nitzche, volunteer services chairman. At the present time a class of ten volunteers is waiting for a full complement of 20 before i training starts. The course lasts for a total of 80 hours. 35 hours of classroom work are required followed by 45 hours of in-service training in the hospital. After complete satisfactory training has been accomplished a capping ceremony is held at which time the applicant takes a pledge of service. Local Red Cross nurse's aides work in the Veterans Hospital in Coral Gables and at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Full information may be obtained by writing to Red Cross Volunteer Service Headquarters, or by telephoning 3-3873. Personally Speaking Mr. and Mrs. Morris Sher of West Palm Beach have returned from a visit by plane to their former home, Worcester, Mass. Al Herschkorn of West Palm Beach returned from New York, where he was called by the death of his father. Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Lyons, 1624 S.W. 27th Ten., entertained with a family dinner party on Tuesday, August 16, at Erving's on Coral Way, in honor of the 39th wedding anniversary of Mrs. Lyons' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Lyons, 2662 S.W. 16th Ave. Louis Green, 1451 S.W. 5th St., has returned from a three month stay in the North. Arthur De Gutz, Miami Beach photographer of 738 41st St., is now in Chicago, where he is attending the fifty-eighth annual convention of the Photographers' Association of America. Nathan Alexander is still confined to his home at 1756 N.W. 16th St. by illness. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers left today for a motor trip in the North. They will be guests at the Copake Country Club, Craryville, N. Y. Before returning to Miami shortly after Labor Day, they will pick up their children who are at camp. B'rith leaders in Atlanta, Ga., tomorrow and Sunday to plan B'nai B'rith programs for the Southeastern states. According to E. Albert Pallot, president of the B'nai B'rith Council, Jacobson will represent POSITION WANTED iai.cnder—Experienced Mixer Local residence 12 years Call Sam at 83-4950 CANTOR WANTED For High Holiday Services in Miami Beach Write C. W.. Box 2973 Miami 18, Fla. INVESTMENT ADVISER Handling your dlHpretlonary account at your stock broker In your name. Minimum original InvestJient $2,000. Minimum annual fee *o10 in advance. Original investment guaranteed. NATHAN ABRAHAM O. Box 1922 Miami 11, Fla. Engagement Announced Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Gruner of West Palm Beach announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Millicent, to Harvey Liebergall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lierbergall, New York. The wedding will take place at the Savoy Plaza Hotel in New York on September 4. The bride-elect was graduated from Palm Beach High School and Bucknell University. She is the grand niece of the late Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wolfson, pioneer residents of Miami and Key West. Mr. Liebergall was graduated from Lafayette High School, Brooklyn, N. Y., and attended Brooklyn College. He is associated in business with his father in New York. Prostermans Leave For California Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Prosterman left Miami Beach on August 15 for a trip to Los Angeles. In addition to visiting members of their family there, Mr. Prosterman will visit the Jewish National Fund Council of Los Angeles and on his return will stop in Chicago to visit the Jewish National Fund in that city as well. They plan to return the early part of October. Afilton A. Friedman District No. 5 comprising seven Southeastern states. Plans will be discussed for the launching of a nation wide B'nai B'rith membership drive on October 13, the 106th anniversary of the founding of the order. Also attending the conference from Miami will be Milton A. Friedman, a national youth commission member from this area. On Monday Friedman will leave for Bloomington. Ind., where he will attend the silver anniversary convention of the Junior Order of B'nai B'rith, AZA. Friedman is one of two men in the entire country who has gone through the ranks of AZA to become a senior member. Following the AZA conclave, Friedman will spend several days in Rochester, Minn. He will return Labor Day weekend. Judge Brown To Serve As Moderator On Radio Panel Tomorrow Evening "Yes, Your Honesty!" latest in the new radio series. Stories to Remember, will be heard over station WVCG tomorrow at 6 p.m. Participating in the fifteen-minute live panel discussion following the transcription will be Judge W. F. Brown, Coral Gables Cunicipal Court, who will serve as moderator; Walter Headley, chief of police, city of Miami; Sam Silver, Miami attorney and civic leader; and Mrs. Nat Williams of the Service to Foreign-born Department, Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women. Starring in "Yes, Your Honesty!" the story of an immigrant who learned the true meaning of home in this, his adopted country, is Stefan Schnabel. "Yes, Your Honesty!" is adapted from the book, "Anything Can Happen." by George and Helen Papashvily and is presented by the Institute for Democratic Education. ADOPTION WANTED COUPLE Expectant Mother Seeks Couple to Adopt Unborn Child WRITE J. F. BOX 2973, MIAMI 18 im DR. 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Any further information concerning Kashruth may be obtained by calling our Director, Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, 818 Michigan Avenue, Miami Beach, Phone 5-3505. HARRY SIBKIN. Pres. A. M. BEAR. Vice Pres. H. SOOTIN, Secy. S. LOBEL. Trees. I I : %  i



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I FRIDAY, AUGUST 19,13,1 I'll Say... Towards the close of last century, Dr. Max Nordau was a leading psychiatrist in France. Sigmund Freud had not yet startled the world with his discoveries of the subconscious, the libido, the Oedipus Complex, the significance of dreams, the place of sex in human life. Folks evidently were not psychiatric minded before psychoanalysis became a fad and a science. Dr. Nordau seemed to have had enough leisure to write books that caused sensations. His Conventional Lies of Our Civilization was translated in all civilized languages. Paradoxes, banned in Russia and Austria, produced a storm of controversies. Degeneration made Nordau a household name the world over. His centennial birthday is being celebrated. Theodor Herzl One morning the nurse came into his study and said, "A distinguished gentleman is waiting in the reception room for an appointment." The famous writer looked up, "What's he like." "Tall, elegant, a majestic beard, beautiful expressive eyes. In fact, he looks every inch a king." was her effusive reply. •What name did he give?" "It sounded like Theodor Herzl." she answered. "Show him in, regardless Siow many are waiting." "I met you several years ago in Vienna, said the visitor. "Yes, I remember." agreed Dr. Nordau. "But now I want to consult you professionally," continued Theodor Herzl. "Intimate friends swear that I am mashuga. I had to promise them to come and see you. Shiff is especially worried about me." "What seems to be the trouble," asked the doctor, in the cool professional manner of the detached scientist. "I just wrote a book," answered Herzl. "I couldn't rest, eat, or sleep until I finished it." "What's the title," inquired the physician. "Die Judenstaat" (the Jewish State). The psychiatrist, in spite of himself, was swept away by the torrent of passionate words. The patient cast a spell that seemed to pervert his objective, critical faculties. For three days the patient Max Nordau By HARRY are crazy, so am L I am .rm > reglize will do every hinemrnjpovse t P^^ the Sn.rnrove O L 2 n 0 t 00 as% rpomico-prop, g anda.nstrument was born. The Coming Utopia arbitrVtiora world in which the narrow, dogmatic Lets will give way to a universal religion of the Brotherhood of Man under the Fartcrhood of God? What's all this Zionist nonsense about? Who wants to go back to the Orient and form a petty state Tu?MaTSau.'fSBA sagacity, of critical depth and intuitive insight, looked through and saw beneath the glittering veneer of a polished, corrupt Sy Before there was any hint of Fascism or Nazism in Europe, he observed: "Every kick which leaves mud on the caftan implies an intent to sully the judge's robe, or the professor's gown, and even the silken dress of some Jewish baroness. Zionism Max Nordau plunged headlong into the Zionism His reputation as dramatist, scientist, novelist, and philosopher gave the newly launched movement prestige in the cultural world. He drafted the famous Basle program:—Zionism seeks to secure for the Jewish people a publicly recognized, legally secured home in Palestine. His eloquent, glowing oratory SIMONWOFF helped to maintain the Zionist congresses on level. The late Stephen Wise once told uTtiL one of the early congresses, he happened il I into a caucus. Max Nordau was closing the a **l on some question. "I shall never forget his^ 1 """! tion. It was the most moving I ever heard 'Ij is heard in Ramah. Lamentations and bitter '^l Rachel weeping for her children; she reWKM comforted for her children, because they ar l The Prophet In his own life, Nordau sums up the \ homeless and rootless status of the e Jewish intellectual in the 20th century uT\* H \ his native Hungary, changes his Germanic 21 French name, and makes a great splash in !" A literary world. Yet during World War I the FJJI confiscate his holdings and imprison 'him I Austrian agent. He manages to get awav and*'I in Spain as an exile. He then settles in" Enewl always the stranger, the refugee, the ltineran-il London he cntcizes the mischievous implicaul wrapped up in the Balfour Declaration He


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/ : • %  I PAGE TWELVE +JelstfkrMtor FRIDAY, AUGUST 19 J Brandeis Institute To Climax Session With Inaugural Celebration August 28 ^•— Aft'i The Brandeis Camp Institute of*the South in Hendersonville. N. C, will climax its first session on Sunday. August 28. with an inaugural celebration. Interested individuals are invited to take this opportunity to participate in the ceremonies and enjoy the facilities of the camp. Over 100 Jewish youths representing many states and varied religious backgrounds have attended one of this summer's seminars. The Brandeis Camp Institute of the South is one of three camps now operating which were inspired and guided by Dr. Shlomo Bardin. educator and author, who has dedicated his life to the education of Jewish youth. These camps have a novel approach to the problem of Jewish education, being "a synthesis of the American summer camp, the ideas and methods of the Danish folk high school and the cooperative spirit which marks the social achievements of the Jews in Israel." The guests who will attend the celebration on August 28 will be entertained in the afternoon with a tea and musicale. Highlight will be the presentation of a pageant entitled "These My People" beginning at 8:30 p.m. Conceived. composed and carried out by the staff and the student body, the pageant will blend dancing, singing and drama to depict the stream of Jewish life from Biblical times to modern Israel. Serving with the associate camp director, Ray Smolover. general director of the pageant, are Robert Strassburg. musical director. Avram Kampf, stage director and Norinne Beckwith, dance director. Polio Case Shuts Roach Y Camp The occurence of a single case of polio resulted in the closing down for the remainder of the summer the Children's Day Camp sponsored by the Miami Beach YM-YWHA. After the case was reported, parents of the 175 children enrolled at the camp were sent letters informing them of the situation and asking for an expression of their opinion on the closing of the camp. Sixty calls were received; however, only 30 children showed up for camp on Monday. The victim of polio is eightyear-old Mark Schwartz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Schwartz, who is reportedly doing well. His is a mild case, according to physicians, and they expect no permanent effects. / !" %.** 4 *BtoHf' TOU BIT, Sonny No Matter What Your Race or Religion! W 1 1 *•• ** Wlfc VETERANS FOREIGN WARS Palsy Patients To Be Feted At Restaurant play host to the entire group of children and adults now being treated by the Cerebral Palsy Association. Inc., at 304 S.W. 8th Ave., tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock. Arrangements are being made for the group to meet at the clinic. They will be escorted to the restaurant by the Miami police. WTTT Launches Medical Program A new program premiered over station WTTT this past Sunday, carrying a format new to this resort area. By title it's the "Medical Workshop" and by content it's a panel forum discussion of hu• Picciolo's Italian American man ailments featuring members! Restaurant on Miami Beach will of the Dade County Medical Association. Each week a group of doctors will gather around the WTTT mikes and discuss some disease. The panelists will be men who specialize in treating that disease. Moderator fo rthe series is Dr. Irving Bernstein. Ph.D. The initial program was concerned with heart disease and the panel contained two cardiologists and two general practitioners. In the half hour period, from 8 to 8:30 p.m. the panel discussed the various phases of heart disease, the effect of Florida climate on the heart, methods employed to prevent and cure heart conditions. At no time, however, did any of the doctors offer curative advice and at both the beginning and close of the broadcast listeners were cautioned to visit their family physician in the event of illness. The program is heartily endorsed by the Dade County Medical Association and the content of the show is kept in an entirely non-technical language. As soon as one of the doctors lapses into technical terminology he is stopped by Dr. Bernstein and asked to explain the term. Subject for this week's discussion will be "Allergies." Participants will include two allerev specialists. Dr Lewis Palv and another to be announced: two general practitioners. Dr. Vincent P. Corso and Dr. Leo S. Wool. Future discussion will be concerned with polio, blue babies, cancer, tuberculosis, the common cold, etc. Producer-director for the series is Milt Mitler. Associated I'holosraphn Unity billboard welcoming delegates to the Veterans of Foreign Wars national convention it it Biscayne Blvd. between 7th and 8th Sts. Shown (left to right) are Daniel G. Satin, judge advociti. Miami Beach VFW Post; Abe S. Goldman, commander. United Veterans Council of Dade County Robert J. Wallis, state commander. Department o f Florida, Veterans of Foreign Wars; and Joe Nigtl VFW national convention director. Developed by the Institute for American Democracy, tht billboard is one of three erected in the Miami area w elcoming the VFW national convention. Tht Florida Regional Office. Anti-Defamation League has cooperated with the VFW Florida Department and National Convention Committee in the erection of the intergroup billboards. %  • %  Cantor M. Yardeinu At Knesseth Israel Cantor M. Yardeinu will chant the services this Sabbath at the Congregation Knesseth Israel 1415 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H. Ever will deliver the sermon. Services are slated for 6:30 this evening. 8:30 tomorrow morning. At .. 5 tomorrow | Technical High School ,,nd on "Tr£ FS 1 f^ w >" £P*k Wende Philips High School Bolf ?thlcs of J h e Fathers.", fore assuming the duties of adwiH 1£ r hMH% f r / almu 2 To 'ah ministrator of the Doolittle Elewill be held Sunday and every mentary School. Cuba Day Activities Will Begin Today The Cuban Gunboat Jose Marti will arrive from Havana today heralding the start of the Cuba Day festivities this weekend, packed full of special events during which Miami Beach will honor Cuba, its officials and delegates. Unveiling of the Finlay statue will take place at Collins Park tomorrow morning followed by an address by Mavor Harold Turk accepting the memorial on behalf of the city. In the afternoon, there will be a concert at Lummus Park by the Cuban Navy Band Tomorrow night there will be the ball game, Miami Beach vs. Cuba, with an address prior to the game by the Cuban Minister of Finance. The Fishing Queen Pageant will be held at the park following the speech and game. Also scheduled on the same night is the dance contest at Flamingo Park at 8 p.m. Dance teams from Miami Beach will give exhibitions. afternoon next week after 3 p.m. Orthodox Congregation Formed In Miami Beach Congregation Young Israel, a new Orthodox synagogue, has been organized on Miami Beach The group will conduct services at 4001 Chase Ave. this evening at 6:30. tomorrow morning at 9 tomorrow evening at 6 and dailv at 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. Officers are Louis Fox. president; Sol Genet, vice president: S. Lobel. treasurer; Albert Broad recording secretary. Information about the new congregation may be obtained bv calling Lobel at 5-7875. H. Zaidman Honored Florida VFW Erects Unity Billboards Unity billboards welcoming the Veterans of Foreign Wars National Convention, scheduled to begin here Sunday, have been erected by the VFW's Florida Department. Joe Nagel. national conventior director, and Robert J. Wallis. Florida Department commander, announced that the three billboards are located at Biscayne B'vd. between 7th and 8th Sts.. on the west end of the McArthur causeway facing east: and on U.S. route No. 1 at Arch Creek bridge. Produced by the Institute for American Democracy, the billboards portray the theme of harmonious group understanding and the role of individuals from vary. ing backgrounds in fighting and ucational magazines. He will aswork >ng for freedom through our sume his duties on Tuesday. Sop'nation's history. Blotters bearing the same deChicagoan Joins Academy Staff Henry Mendelsohn, a teacher, administrator and principal of the Chicago Public Schools for 31 years has joined the faculty of the English department of the Hebrew Academy. 918 6th St.. Miami Beach. Sol L. Sugarmen. principal, has announced. Mendelsohn has been principal of the James R. Doolittle School of Chicago, one of the largest schools in the nation, for the last 13 years. A native Chicagoan. Mendelsohn served as teacher and administrator of the Lane the beThe educator has contributed numerous articles to leading edpresident of Tfilah. was tembe r 6. the opening school day. Carnival Slated lor August 2 Al Beth David Silo Members of the community will get an opportunity to see the progress that has been made in the construction of the new Beth David synagogue when the Beth David Sisterhood holds its gala carnival on the site of the structure on Sunday. August 28. The w?v 1V iV*o are 8lated t0 ct u "der waj at 2 p.m. A feature of the affair will be a supervised nurserv where parAll S "§Z h S ck thcir sma fry. Also planned are scription have "been distributed to hotels throughout the area Mrs. Gordon Speaks The Conference of Jewish I Women's Organizations presented | Mrs. Harry Gordon, president i Beth David Sisterhood, in an in-1 terview with Norman R. Lyom on the Jacob Schachter Jewish Hour, heard over station WTTl| on Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 1 p.m. and on Sunday at | 10 a.m. Kosher Killed Chickens TENNESSEE POULTRY & EGG CO. WEDS. A.M. THURS. AJ4 Phones 9-2585 9-7981 1340 S.W. 8th St. YOU WILL ENJOY THE PERSONAL. EXCLUSIVE SERVICE OF SIX PROFESSIONAL BARBERS VMTORS BARBER SBOP UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT QUALITY HAIR CUTTING Expert Manicuring Special Feature PHONE 5-9952 1116— 15th Street Miami Beach. Fir pony rides, s. H. Zaidman, vice Congregation Beth wE^el* / spec 'a' Shalos j games, home ma'derefreshmem Seudos. Saturday evening at the clowns and prizes synagogue on the occasion of his' fifty-sixth birthday. Mrs. Zaidman ws also honored at the afRabbi Joseph E. Rackovskv.i spiritual leader of the congregation, greeted the assembly and paid tribute to the honored guests Israel Diamond, president of the i congregation, also made a brief address. A program of zmiros and Israel songs led by Rabbi Rackovsky followed. J Party Scheduled rJ5 e C u r ? ,HS e F "endship Center will hold the second in a series of parties tomorrow night ri„h tiM a i H" e ^Publican Club, 1947 W. Flagler St. Plans have been made for round and square dancing to a threepiece orchestra parlor games, entertainment and prizes. Admission is one dollar. BUNIONS DrScholls BUNION SHOES Ot MEN AND WOMEN / • Hid* th. tut,. • >• ... pftmr* • No Itrilclirg Sta> • Snort Styling Wortwn'j $13.9$ Mtl $1$.95 DrScholl FOOT COMFORT* SHOP 137 N.E. 1st Street Blit and 2nd Ares.. M.arm JSKLOW. 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UDAY, AUGUST 19, 1949 -Jewish ncrk/iaw PAGE FIFTEEN Jewish Consumptive Relief Society Of lenver To Bring $3,000,000 Libel Suit igainst Dissident N. Y. Board Members DENVER—A three million dollar libel suit will be the reply If the Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society to dissident former [few York advisory board members of the sanatorium who Cave applied for an injunction to prevent the J.C.R.S. from Jaising funds in New York, announced the board of trustees If the world-famous 45-year-old^ istitution. Philip Hornbein, Sr., a vice %  resident of the institution and e of the original founders of he J.C.R.S. in 1904, said the Ulti-million dollar libel suit will filed in New York at the „rliest possible moment against tie New York critics of the sanabrium. I Hnrnbein called the accusations gainst the J.C.R.S. "false, fanfstic and slanderous—maliciousso.'" He said the New York ( %  oup has been attempting for uro years to seize control of the LCRS. but has been defeated Lice in the federal courts in few York in their efforts to hold funds which had been socited for the upkeep of patients the sanatorium. "The standing of our institu|on," said Hornbein, chairman of lie legal advisory committee for irer four decades, "is very high. Jie Colorado State Board of lealth has certified it as being Kcellently managed. The seal of pproval on the life-saving work the J.C.R.S. has been stamped all the country's major standtdizing medical, surgical and palth bodies. Today the sanaLrium is approved by: the Amer|an Medical Association, the nerican College of Chest Physlians, the American College of LISTEN TO THt CULTURAL HSH FORUM RADIO HOUR | EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT FROM 8 TO 9 P.M. OVER STATION WWPB 1450 on the Dial Directed and Announced by SIMON SEIDEN Surgeons, the American Hospital Association, the National Tuberculosis Association, the Colorado Tuberculosis Society and the Denver Tuberculosis Society." Charges of inadequate treatment of patients were specifically denied by Dr. John B. Grow, assistant professor of surgery at the University of Colorado Medical College and thoracic surgeon at the J.C.R.S. Dr. Grow said: "The J.C.R.S. makes available to its patients the most modern treatments, such as lobectomy and pneumonectomy. The patients receive regular thoro checkup:,. We have a full consultant staff of leading physicians. The latest drjjgs such as streptomycin and di-hydrostreptomycin are administered to the patients without any regard to their costliness. No one ever told me to limit the use of drugs because of their cost." Delegates from J.C.R.S. auxiliaries in cities from Seattle to Miami who convened in Denver August 12-16 were infuriated by the New York injunction suit and adoptea a resolution condemning the dissident group as "saboteurs of a great humanitarian institution of healing which rras brought health to more than 9,000 sufferers of tuberculosis in the past 45 years." The auxiliary women pledged to redouble their fund-raising efforts in their communities to offset the damage done by "the public vilification of the J.C.R.S." according to Mrs. Mark Harris of New York, president of the National Council of J.C.R.S. Auxiliaries, who presided over the Denver conference. "Our auxiliary women leaders have inspected every department of the institution," said Mrs. Harris, "and they are going back to their communities with firsthand reports of the wonderful work of the sanatorium in helping patients of all faiths fight their way back to health and productivity. The auxiliary leaders have spoken to the patients who have personally testified to the excellent free care they have received, the wholesome and delicious kosher food that is served, and the consideration and friendliness of doctors and nurses and attendants. Each patient is treated as a dignified human being in keeping with the motto of the J.C.R.S.: 'He who saves one life is considered as if he had preserved the whole world'." AS LOW AS 4% INTtltST MORTGAGE LOANS HENRY E.WOLFF CO. I Pan>Amri(in j \l,-' tv.ldin; 9-3435 I Seymour Satin Certified Public Accountant will continue to practice with offices at 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Florida and announces the dissolution of Seymour Satin and Company ^= MIRRORS FINEST QUALITY — MADE TO ORDER IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Auto Glass Installed --Furniture Tops Star* Front Construction ADAMS GLASS SERVICE "If Iff Glut We Hare, It" 1805 PURDY AVE„ M. B. PH. 5R "?5G OR 5-4316 Ask for ABE or IRVING RA3LNOWITZ Gables WOIIIVJI Plan Supper, %  tarn Dance The Sisterhood of the Coral Gables Jewish Center will hold a spaghetti supper and barn dance tomorrow evening at 7 o'clock at the Chamber of Commerce Building, 300 Sunset Dr., South Miami. Mrs. Sam Silver and Mrs. Theodore Wayne are chairmen of the affair. Also serving on the committee are the Mesdames Morris Corenblum, Sidney Richman, Lee Ellman, Stanley Heller, Louis Plessett and E. Slomowitz. Anyone wishing reservations may call 48-2582 or 48-5507. The sisterhood will hold its first meeting of the season Monday, August 29, at the home of Rabbi and Mrs. Morris A. Skop, 701 Minorca, Coral Gables. After a short business meeting, a social hour will follow. Tamara Chapter To Meet Tuesday Tamara Chapter of Mizra'chi Women will hold its next meeting Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock at the Atlantis Hotel roof garden, 2655 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, according to Mrs. Charles Turk. president. Important business of the meeting, she announced, will be presentation of the chapter constitution and by-laws to the membership. A report on the annual journal will be made by Mrs. Max Sternstein. Entertainment for the evening is being arranged by Mrs. Jack H. Kane. A floor show to be presented by Elberta Woodard is on the agenda. Slated to appear on the program are Dawn Dayton, Ruby Ayers, Jaquelyn Martin, Frances Lucas. Marlene Hays, Shirley Smith, Shirley Dotras, Rosemary Schrager, Margie Stormont, Patty Lou Wagner, Patsy Zech. Caroline Sudacow will accompany at the piano. Builders of Immortal Memorials for the Jewish Trade Look For the 2-Story White Building THURMOND MONUMENT Co. MARKERS $35.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES Open Sundays Phone 4-3249 Tlotfunq iifee &..AMtfeAf Tlotfurtq Budweiser ANHEUSER-BUSCH SAINT IOVIS Distributed by NATIONAL BRANDS. Inc. SAM BLANK. Pres. Phone 2-7401 Miami, Fla. .*L *2*> AUGUST BROS H YI is th, nisr' tat Sharet House Party Slated At Sorrento The Sorrento Hotel will be the scene of a house party to be given by Sharet Chapter. B'nai B'rith Young Women, this weekend. An evening of swimming to be followed by a pajama party are planned for tonight. Tomorrow night has been set aside by the hotel as "Sharet Night." Helene Weisbard is chairman of the affair. Assisting her are Adele Ziff, Trudi Lach and Rosalyn Morris. Girls who will attend the party, other than members of the committee, are Connie Goradesky, Arlene Cohen, Lorraine Kahlenberg, Bea Gomelinski, Marilyn Younger, Janet Sklow, Lois Nevins, Charlotte Coddan, Judy Newman, Iris Schuham, Mike Schuham, Harriet Slomowitz and Pat Curtis. Mrs. Poncher Attends Consumptive Relief Meet Mrs. Maury Poncher represented the Greater Miami Auxiliary of the Jewish Consumptive Relief Society of Denver at the fourteenth annual conference of the group held in Denver last weekend. Mrs. Poncher has worked for the past three years in the servicing of tubercular patients at Jackson Memorial and Kendall Hospitals. MIAMI'S OLDEST FURNITURE MRVERS WANTED LOAD OH PART LOAD TO AND FROM NEW YORK OR VICINITY .. ALSO THE MIDDLE WEST AND CALIFORNIA LONG DISTANCE DOOR-TO-DOOR Transit Insurance Available On All Shipments WITHERS VAN LINES 1000 N.E. 1st Ave. Ph.3-2667 DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME CASE OF 8IX TABLE BOTTLES 85c 5-GALLON BOTTLE 75c "FOR BETTER HEALTH FROM INFANCY TO OLD AGE" PHONE 2-4128 THE GARDEN "ON THE TRAIL2235 S. W. 8th STREET PHONE 4-3155 FAMOUS FOR GOOD FOOD Recommended by DUNCAN HINES X VISIT OUR NEW PATIO— Open From 12 Neon — MRS. MARIA FREYER, Owner IDEAL FOR LUNCHEONS AND PRIVATE PARTIES ALPINE LOUNGE — MAGIC RUDY From VIENNA LINDA BRANDS. 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fclDAY, AUGUST 19. 1949 -Jmlst thyrldlar PAGE THREE ted Cross Warns Residents To Replenish Emergency Supplies In Case Of Storms [ With the period of tropical j quired for flash lights," the bullelorms approaching, the Dade tin states. "Extra candles may be !ounty Red Cross has issued a needed. It might be well that you faming urging residents of the have kerosene, sterno heat and L ea to take inventory of their canned foods. Families depending Imergency supplies and to reon the frozen food locker should Tlenish needed items as soon as bear in mind that a power failure ossible. might spoil foods contained "Fresh batteries may be re-|therein. FDR Chapter To Hialeah-Miami Springs Sponsor Dance Center To Hold Dance A novel show-night and dance | An informal dance will be will be sponsored by the FDR sponsored by the Hialeah-Miami Chapter, B'nai B'rith Young Men, Springs Jewish Community Cenat the Sorrento Hotel, Miami I ter Saturday evening, August 27, Beach, on September 4. Proceeds at the Miami "Without electric power,' Jables BB Lodge IJsts Chairmen Coral Gables Lodge B'nai i'rith has appointed committee tiairman to serve during 1949-50 ccording to an announcement reeived from President Jerome A. delman. Oscar Greene will head the ^nti Defamation League committee and Leonard Spiegel has been re-appointed to the post of nembership chairman. Jerry Banders, one of the sponsors of he Hillel AZA Chapter, will head B'nai B'rith Youth Organiza,,„,* committee and Herman Fisher is in charge of the Jewish Education group. The Hillel comrittee will include Jerry Poncher id Mike Morrell. Ed Miller and >Iat Lawrence will head the ludget and finance committee and rill be assisted by Mortimer Felfcon and Lewis Pomerantz. A. KGene) Seidler is in charge of the constitution committee. The group is continuing with (their weekly sponsorship of broadcasts on Saturday at 6 p.m. bver station WVCG and sponsorng service programs at the Pratt /eterans Hospital. bulletin continues, "the radio receiver may not work. If you own a battery operated radio, have it checked to see that the batteries are still -alive, as well as to see if the set is operating satisfactorily." The warning says that thought should be given to means of removing or securing awnings. Old shutters may need repair or new ones made. 'When a storm warning is received, there is usually an immediate run on all emergency supplies and in many cases store stocks are soon exhausted. Householders should keep in mind also that just before a storm manpower is hard to find. Your Red Cross urges you to arrange now for your complete safety and comfort in the event of a storm, [ the bulletin warns. are earmarked for local community service projects. The group, composed almost wholly of University of Miami students, has arranged a full evening of professional entertaining ment to be headed by disc jockey Hal Murray, of station WQAM. Also to be featured are "The Amazing Maurice," magician, and Bob Freeman and Betty Bennett, vocalists. In addition, top vaudeville stars from the Olympia theatre will appear on the bill. The semi-formal affair will be the first large scale social evening and fund-raising drive sponsored by the chapter which received its charter two weeks ago. Harold Booth is president of the group and Herbert Lowe is program chairman and vice president. Walter Traurig, a member of the board, assists youth groups in this area in securing advisors from the six men's lodges. Club, William Kneapler, president, has announced. There will be entertainment and dancing from 9 o'clock. Cy Gross is chairman of the affair. Mrs. Goodwin Abramson and Mrs. Phil Lyons are in charge of tickets. Slated to serve as master of ceremonies is Harry Gordon. Tickets may be obtained at the door. • serve BORSCHT ,. ..buy R0K14CH OCULIST'S PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED LENSES AND FRAMES DUPLICATED LARGE SELECTION IN LATEST STYLES Beach Optical Service 350 Lincoln Road Suit* 502 — Phone 5-54 It iS§r ^OGUST BROS Ry e Stadium Opening Set For August 31 Classical. Popular Music Featured At Beach Y A new method of presentation of classical and popular music is featured in the Music Listening Program held every Tuesday evening at the Miami Beach Y under I the direction of Bernard Bennett. Acclaimed the most modern in I The public is invited to attend America, the new Miami Stadium these sessions at N.W. 10th Ave. and 23rd St., will be officially opened at 8 p.m. Wednesday, August 31, H. B. Taber, Sr., president, Miami Stadium, Inc., has announced. While civic and basebaull [North Dade Center To Open Quarters Soon wp £ T n 'luminaries will be represented in The North Dade Jewish Center numb tne i nau gural cere1 monies will be limited to less than I is making preparations 'or the [opening of its quarters at 13630 [West Dixie Highway, North Milami. ... After completion the center will [be open every day in the week to fall Jewish residents of Miami IShores, West Miami Shores, BisIcayne Park and North Miami, and [regular meetings will be held the [first and third Wednesday of | every month. Religious Chairman Joseph %  Keller and his committee are fcnaking plans for High Holy Days %  services. Any one desiring more %  information may call 89-7433. SEITUN & COMPANY INSURANCE ALL FORMS 19 N.E. Second Street Miami 32. Fla. 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Flagler St. For the convenience of fans, the special box office will be open daily until 8 p.m. Because of the increased sealing capacity of the new sports center, fans are urged not to attempt to make reservations by telephone, but to inspect the seating plan and select preferred seats for the opening game Sixteen ticket windows and 20 turnstiles assure easy entry to the new stadium. Eight acres of par


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WD AY, AUGUST 19, 1949 *M*M on the decline in Canada and New York last week, as reported in the last issue of The Jewish Floridian, but it was definitely not on the decline in Munich, Germany, one of the meccas of Nazism. "Adolph Bleibtrau," or "Adolph Remains True." Editors of the paper offered no explanation for publishing the letter from anyone so clearly designating himself a Hitler disciple. The letter is unquestionablv the most vitriolic A New York Herald Tribune Stt*F8lS'ES~jS NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, deslilng to engage In business under the fictitious name of Park Lido Hotel at 2216 Park Avenue. Miami Beach, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. RUTH SILVERS Sole Owner WEINSTE1N, WEINSTEIN & WEINSTEIN attorneys for Applicant 420 Lincoln Road V19-26 9, 2-9-16 article, sent in by Mrs. Ernest Chernoff, reveals that the worst clash between German authorities and Jews since the Hitler regime flared up in the Southeast German city when 1000 Jewish displaced persons demonstrated against a German newspaper story recommending that all German Jews be sent to the gas chamber. At least three Jews were wounded by gunfire and from twenty to thirty German police were injured by bricks in the disturbance, which occurred when police attempted to break up the demonstration on the "Suddeutsche Zeitung," which published the anti-Semitic article in the form of a letter to the editor. The Germans, including two squads of mounted policemen, acted with American Military government permission to squelsh the demonstration on the ground that AMG consent had not been obtained. "The publication of the antiSemitic letter," the Herald Tribune article discloses, "coincides with the highly Nationalistic comment that has risen to the surface during the current campaign preceding the first free elections in Germany since 1935." Author of the letter used a bogus name, signing himself ---w .. ..., H mat duv Western-licensed paper has dared to print since the termination of the war. Mrs. Goldman Will Be Luncheon Hostess At Beth Sholom Monday Mrs. Gilbert H. Goldman will be luncheon hostess at the sewing, arts and crafts session to be held bv the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom Monday, Mrs. Alexander Robbins, president, announced. Last week luncheon hostesses were the Mesdames Rose Farr, Nadine Mancher, Dorothy Schlossberg, Roslyn Herschberg, Mary Sarrentino and Ruth Ziegler. The sessions will continue until the Sisterhood bazaar which will be held in December. MCK of DACHE :& ^ with aatj^ as good at home-model 3 other tempting varieties ... with Rice • Noodles • Clear H OROWITZ* MARGARETEN condensed K0SHU CANNID CHICKEN SOWS lika oil Hi* oihmt HOBOWITl-MAtOAIITIN "'.J** SOUP %  10SHEI (fl(HI(lfPI00U(Tlor dliciom... o* tiw. wor*. Q"yl Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS, INC H N.E. 24th St. Miami 37. Flo. Phone 3-6868 CLICQUOT CLUB GINGER ALE 15c FULL QUARTS Plus depoiit Battled and Dlst. by Southern Beverages 20S5 N.W. 7th Ave., Miami Phone 3-3121 Miami Beach beauty specialist extraordinaire, says: "Anv trip arranged by FARR is "a thing of beauty and a joy forever.' I speak from trained knowledge of all things beautiful." f ARR -Your Travel Agent"



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UDAY. AUGUST 19, 1949 +Jewlsli Ikrldtor PAGE SEVEN (orth Shore Women Ian Swim Dance I Final arrangements are underlay for the second annual cosfcrne swim dance sponsored by he North Shore Women's Chapl r of B'nai B'rith Wednesday at [p.m. at the Sorrento Hotel. The committee headed by cohairman Mrs. Selma Leban and | rs Selma Luchow has anounced that prizes will be warded to the winners of the Ax and Mrs. 1849" and "Mr. nd Mrs. 1949" beauty contest, •rogram will also include a iimba contest with prizes to Winers Music for dancing will be Urnished by Mai Malkin and his fchestra. Mrs. Leon Rapee is in charge i reservations and the arrangements committee includes Mrs. flark Silverstein and Mrs. Melvin Lltman. Tickets are $1 per person aid included in the price of adnission are cabanas and towels. flamingo Unit, nnliac Home fo Hold Dance The Flamingo Chapter of National Children's Cardiac Home till sponsor a swim dance Sunlay at 8 p.m. at the Hyde Park Hotel pool, Mrs. Sam Magaziner, tjce president in charge, has announced. I Entertainment will be provided by members of the Miami Youth Round Up, in addition to the hotel performers. J Admission is one dollar, and kickets may be obtained at the Boor or by calling Mrs. Magaziner It 9-4482 or Mrs. Edmund Perls, Ehairman of the evening, at 2-2923. Assisting Mrs. Magaziner and ..Irs. Perls are the Mesdames Irving Rapp, Leslie Fairmont, Jerry Cohen and Marvin Apte. In case of rain the dance will be held in the Brigadoon Room of the hotel. |Kraut To Speak At [Beach Lodge Luncheon Frederick M. Kraut, national director, veteran's relations comnittee of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, will be She guest speaker at the weekly Puncheon meeting of the Miami JBeach Lodge, B'nai B'rith, TuesIday at Hamburger Hearth, 1475 IWashington Ave., Miami Beach. I Kraut directs the Anti-Defama[tion League program of cooperatling with veteran's groups in the I combatting of bigotry and advancing harmonious human relations. He will be visiting Miami in connection with the national convention of the Veterans of Foreign War. Jack Gold, luncheon club chairman, will introduce the speaker. ADL Veterans Head Here For Conclave In Miami to attend the national convention of the Veterans of Foreign Wars is Frederick M. Kraut, national director of the Veterans Relations Department, Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. From his headquarters in the league's national offices in New York, Kraut directs the league's [program for building harmonious I group relations among the nation's veterans. Kraut has played a leading role in education and social action movements for the combatting of discrimination and subversive groups. While in the Miami area. Kraut, David H. Cohn, assistant director, is receiving the cooperation of|of the Anti-Defamation League's Gilbert J. Bs Jalkin, director, and'Florida Regional Office. Mendelsohn's STRICTLY KOSHER Restaurant 1301 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach WHERE THE FINEST MEET TO DINE DAILY FROM 4-9 TELEPHONE fl-tOSo AIR COOLED BEE* AND WINE8 SERVED Free Parking in Rear FASTREUEF *•"•„ Ut %  rax) MippJr o* Alka-Sliar cm hud bacau* you never know what time of day or n*ht you may need (he relief ii often. Alka-Scltaet I* pleaaant to the t un y to take. Aak your drutfitt for Alka-Seluer today. Remember, when your tablet* fat down to four — ihat'a ift* tuna a* aaur •Ml ONiySUCH TIRES IN THE W0R101 1010 ***A 0HAN061D FSUHE !" NBrYW^VWOOOMFDRTANO OTEWINGEASEONyOUROAR! AHHlV(0ffl i // / I • The tires that originated and pioneered the Air Ride principle of more air at less pressure. • The tires demanded by the makers of the finest new cars. • The tires that make old cars feel like new. • The tires that give you a quality of steering control never known before. • The tires that have never been successfully imitated or duplicated—unrivaled in durability and performance. 1 EACH r FOR YOUR OLD TIRES. ON CADILLACS (M WSW tr/il Mutr) ON TME RevmiiTrONARy TIRES THAT OUTPERFORM AN 0 0UT-MTE CONVENTION At Tl RES mams <, to EACH FOR YOUR OLD TIRES FO* (tap CHEVROLET PLYMOUTH pMtiMl!(!) FORD, AND [ffHEStfWXD. TOPQUMTTyStiy <3kJbxe> SALE PRICE List %  RSfflirilMute) Price Wai $>*<* 6.00/16 PIUS TAX (with your old lira) mm > r y' *' y / / < r 4 'VV'/VV / y / y / • • / y / Now Extreme Cash Allowances On All Old Tiret—Any Tire Size —Any Mileage. UNITED STATES RUBBER COMPANY SNAP** 8MB *&& TODAY i PAY AS YOU RIDE! J a| QQ A W[[K EASY BUDGET TERMS w m AS LITTLE AS 1 PER TIRE NORTON TIRE CO. Inc., 500 W. Flagler St.. Miami—Phone 34639 NORTON PALLOT TIRE CO. 1454 Alton Rd.. Miami Beach—Phone 5-5115 LOUIS E. PALLOT. President M ROYAl .111X3