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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( 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>.
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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Ili^viislhJEIliOipidliiaun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
|E 22NUMBER 35
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1949
PRICE TEN CENTS
nomic Survey Group Egypt Will Not Sign Peace
|lled Step In Solution
Near East Problem
Maccabiad Opens
luSANNE, OTA)Paul A. Porter, American representative
fUnited Nations Conciliation Commission, said this week
I commission's appointment of an economic survey group
[Middle East is perhaps the most important step yet taken |p UrilQUOV 400
' a solution of the Middle East's problems.
orter, who left for Wash-0-----------
Pact, Report Says, As Long
As Israel Has Same Border
said setting up of the
under Gordon R. Clapp,
Ian of the Tennessee Valley
Jity, marks a reversal of
iority which has hitherto
Tuiintained by the State De-
bit and President Truman.
Id the change is along the
manded for many weeks
|h Israel and Arab delega-
te! to the attitude in Wash-
lhas been to insist that pol-
| settlement be negotiated
, Lausanne before the ques-
| economic development and
to was taken up in Wash-
and Lake Success, Mr.
said. "But in view of the
v position adopted by both
It Lausanne, it became clear
fthat a settlement negotiated
purely political basis is not
(le at present," he added.
rere faced, therefore, with
tand from certain quarters
ihowdown at Lausanne. The
Btment of the economic sur-
>up has averted that situa-
Ind has provided one more
lunity for a negotiated
did not name any figure. Experts
here estimated about $160,000,000
for initial expenditures.
The problem, Mr. Porter com-
mented, is not so much finance
as good honest administration. He
said he had some ideas on the
subject based on his experience
as head of the United States mis-
sion in Greece and that he pro-
posed to put those ideas before
the economic survey group at the
proper time. Mr. Porter expressed
the hope that the group's recom-
mendations will be carried out
through negotiation and with the
consent of all parties which he
said he thought will be possible
if they cooperate willingly with
the work of the group.
The first meeting of the group
is expected to be held in Geneva
within the next two weeks. It
Athletes Compete
MONTEVIDEO, (JTA) The
first Maccabiad ever to be held
in Latin America opened here
this week with 400 Jewish ath-
letes from Argentina, Brazil, Uru-
guay, Bolivia and Chile partici-
pating. The six-day athletic com-
petition, which was opened with
brief addresses by Israel Minister
to Uruguay, Dr. Jacob Tzur, the
mayor of Montevideo and the
Uruguayan Minister for Physical
Culture, will feature contests in
soccer, basketball, tennis and
other sports.
Menachem Beigin, former com-
mander of the dissolved Irgun
Zvai Leumi who recently com-
pleted a visit to the Jewish com-
munity in Argentina, arrived here
and is expected to remain about a
week. Hundreds of supporters of
Mr. Beigin and the Herut Party
LAUSANNE, (JTA>A firm declaration that no Egyptian
government will sign a peace with Israel as long as the two
countries have a common frontier was made here this week by
the head of the Egyptian delegation, Mohammed Abdel Moneim.
The Egyptian representative made this statement prior to
the presentation of the formal^-
Arab reply to the questionnaire 0n Arab affairs, said that he was
of the U. N. Conciliation Com-
mission in which all delegations
were asked to specify their terri-
torial demands. The Arab reply
was couched in general terms and
far more extreme than recent
discussions would seem to have
warranted. The Arabs requested
that the frontiers be fixed within
the 1947 partition decision of the
United Nations, but reserved for
themselves the right to make
further claims for reasons of se-
curity. No specific areas were
mentioned.
The head of the Egyptian dele-
gation said that whether or not
Israel retains Western Galilee.
Egypt would insist on the estab-
lishment of a buffer state which
would provide a security zone
for her in southern Palestine.
Egypt would also insist that the
will then dispatch teams to Arab in Israel, which he leads, turned -
Palestine, Israel, Transjordan, |out to greet him on his arrival at ^^f^f.A0-11'"-0.1..!."-."- .!
confident, despite the Egyptian
statement, that a solution would
be found to Israel's relations with
the Cairo regime. Mr. Sassoon
said he doubted, however,
whether much could be done be-
fore the Egyptian elections this
fall which, he added, will pro-
vide Egypt with elected repre-
sentatives and a stable govern-
ment.
The questionnaire had also
asked the Arab states to indicate
the number of Palestine Arab
refugees they would be willing
to settle in their own countries
providing there was adequate fi-
nancial support from the inter-
national community. The Arab
reply was couched in general
terms and gave no figures on
refugees, adding that the number
will be stated only after Israel
will have raised her own figure.
Syria, Egypt, Iraq and Lebanon. I the airport.
106 Nazi Newspapers To Appear
In Bavaria With Lifting Of Ban
Julius Streicher, hanged at Nu-
remberg as a war criminal. It
MUNICH, (JTA)A flood of
106 German newspapers, with
Porter would not identify \ about four out of five keeping
Barters he said were seeking
bwdown" which would have
od the commission or the
mic survey group in direct
Tmendations to the United
ns General Assembly which,
rn. would have imposed its
ton on both partiesa pros-
[particularly displeasing to
economic survey group will
work at once, Mr. Porter
and he will remain with Mr.
to assist and advise him
I the initial phase. With
[personnel, the economic sur-
{ioup will be an almost au-
ius body subordinated to
|ommission only in name, he
Porter doubted whether
was sufficient time left for
Iconomic survey group to re-
|ti> this year's session of the
Assembly although it would
urgent recommendations
|andling of the refugee settle-
question in time for the
ber meeting of the Concilia-
| Commission. He said there
no need to produce new proj-
Ifor the Middle East. One of
great advantages of develop-
ps in the Middle East is that
paratively small capital ex-
filures would go a long way,
Porter added, although he
jentine Anti-Semite
itenced For 6 Months
JENOS AIRES, (JTA)Fer-
lo Mantaras, Argentine anti-
ite who was convicted of hav-
burned a wreath placed by
|entine Jews at the monument
Grau San Martin, national
in Santa Fe, has been sent-
ed to six months imprison-
at.
lantaras' action occurred last
jiiuary when the Jews laid the
bath to commemorate Argen-
t's extension of de jure rec-
ition to the State of Israel,
lough the authorities of Santa
province condemned the act
Mantaras was indicted by a
fpd jury, he was later cleared
the ease was dismissed. How-
fr, the public prosecutor ap-
Hed the decision to an appellate
j>rt in Santa Fe and was up-
Id.
the same names as they had under
the Nazi regime, will appear
throughout Bavaria shortly with
the lifting of military government
licensing laws, it was reported
here this week.
An American military govern-
ment spokesman said he expected
the majority of the publications
"to revive chauvinism, rabble-
rousing, feeling against displaced
persons, anti-Semitism and anti-
Americanism," the report said.
"The nightmare of the return of
large numbers of former Nazi
publishers in the newspaper field
now becomes a reality," he added.
was also reported that the reac-
tionary publishers have organized
an associationnamed Die Ar-
beitsgemeinschaft Fuer Presse-
fragenwith a capital of 2,000,000
marks to drive out of business
publishers licensed by the Ameri-
can forces since the end of the
war.
Jewish Groups On
Argentine Blacklist
BUENOS AIRES, (JTA)Ar-
gentine Jewish organizations were
included this week in a blacklist
ffljft publish aT/Ma" of organizations and leaders ac-
cused of treasons by the Peronist
daily, "Democracia," which claims
a 375,000 circulation.
Among the Jewish groups men-
tioned in the blacklist are the
DAIA, central Jewish representa-
Gulf of Akaba be turned over to
Arab authority, he said. The
Cairo government could not yet
say what that authority should
be though Egyptians would pre-
fer it to be an independent Arab
state in Palestine.
Abdel Moneim added that he
could not see how the United
States or any other power could
force Israel to make this con-
cession against her will but that
Israel, in that case, should realize
that Egypt will have neither com-
mercial nor diplomatic relations
with the Tel Aviv government.
Eliahu Sassoon, acting head of
the Israel delegation and expert
London Jews Attacked
LONDON, (JTA)Attack on
Jews in the West Hampstead dis-
trict of London have been taking
place for some time, was reported
here this week. Anti-Semitic
hoodlumsusually youths armed
with stickshave been concen-
trating their assaults on elderh
Jews whom they waylay in de-
serted sections of the district.
Some Jewish residents of Went
Hampstead, according to the re-
port, have been so frightened by
the new wave of terrorism that
they have not reported the at-
tacks to the authorities.
ported ..
Willmay, former publisher of the
notorious Jew-baiting paper "Der
Stuermer," which was edited by
llabbi Opposes
Jewish Seets
PATERSON, N. J., (JTA) A
movement to eliminate sectarian-
ism in Jewish religious life in
America and to establish a uni-
versal synagogue" was launched
this week by Rabbi Reuben Kauf-
man, spiritual leader of a new
Jewish congregation here known
as Congregation Beth El.
"The time has come for the re-
orientation of Jewish religious
philosophy." Rabbi Kaufman
said. "The time has come to scrap
the labels 'Orthodoxy, Conservat-
ism, Reform. Reconstructionism
and what-have-you' in Jewish re-
ligious life. With the exception of
minor local customs which exist
even today among Jews coming
from various parts of the world,
there are no issues of serious
character that warrant the frag-
mentation of Jewish congrega-
tional lives into sects which only
create confusion and chaos and
befog the minds of the people as
to what is or is not Jewish prac-
tice or Jewish law.
Rabbi Kaufman who served as
rabbi of Temple Emanu-El here
for 20 years until his retirement
to 1948, explained that his new
congregation plans to follow the
Sftional Jewish religion,
which goes back before the Re-
form movement began in Ger-
many in 1800."
Israel Government Recalls
Minister From Bucharest
TEL AVIV, (JTA)Steadily deteriorating relations between
Israel and Rumania have led the Israel government to recall its
Minister in Bucharest, it was reliably learned this week.
Government spokesmen confirmed that the Minister, Reuven
Rubin, will return shortly to Tel Aviv, but denied that his recall
has any special significance. They
also denied the post will be left
vacant for some time, but ad-
tive body in Areentina. and the I mitted that no successor to Mr.
Zionist Central Council, repre-
senting all Zionist organizations
in this country. The blacklist cites
as "traitors" Dr. Abraham Mi-
bashan, Jewish Agency represent-
ative here, and Jacob Lightman,
director of the Latin American
department of the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee. ,
A joint statement replying to
the accusation is expected to be
issued shortly by the blacklisted
Jewish groups. Jewish leaders in-
cluded in the blacklist also plan
to call on the editor of the Peron-
ist daily to protest the inclusion
of their names in the list.
Rumanian Immigrants
Seek Government Aid
In Transferring Families
TEL AVIV, (JTA)Recently-
arrived immigrants from Ru-
mania, whose familiesincluding
wives and childrenhave not yet
been permitted to leave Rumania,
called on Israel Immigration Min-
ister Moshe Shapira this week to
urge that steps be taken to ex-
pedite the transfer of their fam-
ilies to the Jewish state. Minister
Shapira promised to make "all-
out efforts" in this direction in the
near future.
ment of the desirability of re-
versing or altering its policy of
restricting Jewish emigration to
Israel has apparently failed. His
brief return to Bucharest was for
one last try.
The Jewish communitv in Ru-
mania, numbering about 350.000.
is the largest in Europe today.
Judging by the number of ap-
plications made in Bucharest for
Israel visas, a large majority of
the Jews there are anxious to
leave Rumania. But the Rumanian
authorities allow only small
groups to leave and those only
aged and infirm. Moreover, for
each Jew that is permitted to de-
part, the Jewish Agency pays the
Rumanian government a specified
amount in dollars.
Rubin has been selected.
However, it has been reliably
learned from other sources that
the Israel legation in Bucharest
will be left in the hands of a
charge d'affaires and the Minis-
ter's post will be left unfilled for
some time. This move is a gesture
of protest by the Israel govern-
ment against Rumanian restric-
tions on Jewish emigration, the
steady increase of anti-Zionist
propaganda in Rumania and the
Siersecution of Rumanian Zionist
eaders.
Unofficially, it is also learned
that the Israel government is
deeply offended by the Rumanian
appointment of Paul Davidovici
a violent anti-Zionist and lead-
ing member of the Communist-
dominated Jewish Democratic \#.U T ic,i
Committeeas charge d'affaires' *cni lO Israel
of the Rumanian legation in Tel| HAIFA, (JTA)The 50-ton
Aviv. Davidovici arrived in Is- pleasure yacht, "Carostella."
rael last month in the absence of which was donated to the Israel
a Rumanian Minister who has Navy by A. Friedman of Wash-
Washington Man Gives
been named but has not yet ar-
rived.
Mr. Rubin first went to Bucha-
rest last December. He visited Tel
Aviv in the late spring for gov-
ernment consultations, returning
to Rumania a little more than
four weeks ago. His efforts to
convince the Rumanian govern-
ington, D. C, was the scene of a
brief ceremony here this week in
which its former American flag
was exchanged for the national
emblem of the Jewish state. Cap-
tain Shlomo Shamir, commandant
of the Israel Navy, accepted the
vessel on behalf of the govern-
ment.






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PAGE TWO
Til Say...
- r sang:'"G i m ves in i mysterious
wa:. perform." But Heine declared
tion that sometimes
God di sense ol humor A:
ntury it vould perhaps have
beer; quit* fitting : a Jewish Redeemer tc come
out if tl imtains .'.-z in goatskins
.':' 2-: wh< >uM ever ex-
;. i Mesa -'. U walk sut f a Viennese to) in
ires
r I ts of Lesser ''-
- : found myself am rig stud i eady
eturn to thei: lieges. T cation turned
at lay in the Asi i-
Press The g f Thedor '-.-::. in the Dob-
:" .- pene i His remi ins ::~ carried
by plax I "
'V ; Dr Herri was ; dramatist' What plays
the m iera ii ama
: :.-- If .-.-. *aa Dent
autli tie write?" 1 replied The
Jewish Si gushed ; girl just out of Senic r
High El l Td love U ead it
Wl re can I get: 5 town. I ans* -ire;
I don'l think y er \\ ;-. rather recommend
.-. L Pinsk It states I
.;- 0,-ritten bei
De- J ... ::. ed I sup-
pose I -- br jght a lot : Jews into P;:~_=-
:.': N I tated reluct* ntly If anything be k pi
ieve in the policy of infiltra-
H I Palestine c masse.
I get it "
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2M9?
Theodor Herzl: The Magnetic Knight Errant
By HARRY
-
Ii iir Dec! England I n-sar. tc feel
So. thai ''~:z-
.- of Israel Weli what i.i ho
By plete! n the defensive. I
answered somewhat lamely. -'He founded the Zionist
Organization." 'Oh. shoot!" was the comment.
I felt annoved. Why couldn't I get across my own
strong feeling for Herz"s genius The young people
couldn't perceive it from my catalog of his achieve-
ments When I got home. I delved into Bien's "Life
of Herzl" and his "Diaries" as condensed by Maurice
Samuel. It is surprising how bizarre some of his
objectives took today. How the world changed in
half a century!
Another Messiah
From his own Diaries. Herzl emerges a kn>ght
errant out of the romantic past, whose quest for the
Holy Grail led to Mount Z:on. Outwardly a gentle-
man of finesse, of impeccable taste and courtly
manner, actually he is the :ast of those fantastic
pseudo Messiahs who. without any mandate from
people. D'.ead the Jewish cause before Princes and
Statesmen, before Pope and Emperor. In the tradition
-f =r. Abulafia. a David Reubeni. a Salomo Molcho.
ffers the impoverished Sultan huge sums for a
charter that would enable Jews to form a state in
Palestine within '-he framework of the crumbling
Turkish empire How he would get the money he
didn't know. Ye: as a salaried newspaper corres-
pondenl be is quite ready to confer leadership upon
ss Baron De Hersh or Lord Rothschild.
With a medieval feeling for pomp and panoply, he
envisages to the Jewish State a High Priest clad in
imposing ceremonial robes, and army officers in
yellow trousers, white tunics, and silver cuirasses.
H .r Piece in History
And yet. Herzl towers as one of the supreme
figures in Jewish annals. History was waiting for this
genius whe supplied that which was lacking in the
long generations of sages, cabalists. martyrs, and
ts. His glamorous personality, his kingly bearing.
his integrated character, his lofty spirit filled a niche
SIMONHOFT
that had become a vacuum because of the un-
paralleled agonies endured by his people for two
millcnia. A practical statesman, or a rational phil-
osopher, or a calculating leader, or a silver tongued
orator could never have captivated the Jewish soul.
In Herzlwho resembles the Semitic Kings cut in
stone on Assyrian monumentsthe people recognized
their own inherent nobility, lost in the degradation
of the Galut. His personality electrified the masses
as well as the classes. The chaotic forces in Jewish
life coalesced around him. For the first time in 1300
vears. scattered and shattered Jewry found a unified
voice to demand from the nations of the world its
right to live. What was the Zionist Congress nf 1897
but the resurrected Sanhedrin buried in the year 70
amidst the ashes and debris of fallen Jerusalem?
Herzl infused a living soul in the dried bones of a
Jewrv that cluttered the valleys of all nations. To
the Jewish ghost, that wandered about astounding the
world, he furnished a body and a habitation. He de-
creed that henceforth the Jewish people would de-
cide its own destiny.
The Triumphant Funeral
There is something almost mythical about this
Messianic figure who lived in our own era. In 1904,
the entire Jewish people were mourners at his
funeral. In 1949. his disinterred remains are carried
past hundreds of thousands, who line the avenues
of Tel Aviv, the roads of Israel, the streets of Jeru-
salem. The exalted emotion that grips them is ex-
pressed by the Prime Minister: "Only two men
were privileged to have their remains transferred to
Israel in 3300 yearsboth were sons of Jacob. The
first was Joseph, who left the testament asking that
his bones 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
to reality."
Selevan To Compete In
Tennis Tournament
Bemart Selevar
Miami B
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':.:.- : tennis :. phy at the

L .- N v -:_. ing tl
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for the toum-
ent rming n< : the
tennis nships
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JEWISH
CUISINE
LUNCHEON
SPECIALS
SANDWICHES
SOUR CREAM WITH
COTTAGE CHEESE
SOUR CREAM WITH
VEGETABLES
Air-Conditioned
Mezzanine Floor
Gelber Will Attend
Youth Conference
Seym u. Gelber of the Nor-
Sch 1 1021 Biarritz Dr.. j
presenting thei
. Adult Planning Commis-'
n ha.- been elected as one of
legates to the 1949 assem-
- ; I the National Jewish Youth
Conference, which will be held
Sept< nber 2 :-. 9 at Camp Wel-
Mi I Nai N. Y. The con-
ference :; a nationwide youth
t ::; sponsored by the National
ih Welfare Board and repre-
senting Jewish youth and young
i jit uncils and national Jewish
nth ."gamzations.
Gelber is one of many young
people from all sections of the
intry who will attend the con-
ference assembly. Representation
:'."". Jewish Community
= Jewish Youth Councils.
Jewish Young Adult Councils, na-
ti r.a". Jewish youth organizations
ind ther Jewish youth groups.
Delegates to the conference as-
sembly will map out the 1949-50
program of the conference, con-
a constitution for the body,
participate in workshop demons-
trations of various skills and ex-
mine major issues facing Jewish
youth, such as youth's cultural.
fund-raising, and community re-
lies, impact of Israel on
j American Jewish youth and their
'relationship to world Jewry, in-
tergroup projects. leadership
training, Jewish education, and
national Jewish youth organiza-
"ISiriliflav Gift"
Will Be Aired
Tomorrow
"Birthday Gift." latest in the
radio series "Stories To Remem-
ber." will be heard tomorrow at
6 p.m. over station WVCG. Coral
Gables, with Hugh Marlowe
starring.
Participants in the fifteen-min-
ute live panel discussion immed-
iately following, will be: Gilbert
J. Balkin. director, Florida re-
gional office. Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith, who will
serve as moderator; Dr. Seymour
Blumenthal, professor of Psycho-
logy. University of Miami: Mrs.
Morris A. Skop; and Miss Lois
Mondress.
"Birthday Gift" is the story of
a child whose parents make him
conscious of the difference in
color between himself and a play-
mate, but who finds a child's
straightforward way of remain-
ing friendly.
The latest play, adapted from a
story by B. J. Chute originally
appearing in the magazine "Worn-
I en's Home Companion," was pro-
duced by the Institute for Demo-
cratic Education in cooperation
with the Anti-Defamation Lea-
gue, as another program in the
series of adaptations of well-
known short stories dealing with
, the problems of intergroup ten-
sions.
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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 2. 1949
Jen/5/7 IferIdlar
PAGE THRI
Hebrew Acadmey Starts Third Year Of All-Day School Program Tuesday
By SELMA THOMPSON
More than two years have
passed since the Hebrew Aca-
demy launched its unique pro-
m-am of education in the Greater
Miami area. During this time, the
school has grown both in num-
bers of pupils and in influence.
When a group of public spirited
citizens and leaders envisioned
the academy they solicited the
iiid of the community and the re-
sponse was overwhelming. The
'reason for this heartening de-
monstration was quite obvious.
The time had come for the boys
iind girls of elementary school
ige to receive more than had been
oFdlnarily given them in the usual
everyday schools. To prepare
thcni for intelligent participation
in the American Jewish scene of
tomorrow, a most comprehensive
Hebraic education together with
a progressive secular training
was imperative. The intelligent
integration of both these forms
of training in addition to a classic
orientation in the fields of music,
drama and the arts, a deep and
abiding faith in America and Is-
rael the training for good citi-
zenship and loyalty to the ulti-
mate aims of our people, and a
special and precise cultural pat-
tern geared to the reauirements
of leadership and scholarship
were essential to the proper de-
velopment of our youth.
When the academy opens its
session this Tuesday morning,
more than 250 students are ex-
pected to enroll. In one of the
most modern and well equipped
school structures in this area,
these boys and girls will have the
opportunity of enriching their
cultural opportunities. Among the
many fully equipped facilities of
the Hebrew Academy arelarge
airy classrooms, a 400 seat audi-
torium with a theatrically equip-
ped stage, outdoor playground
equipment, a well balanced li-
brary with modern and classical
literature, a music room, a pro-
fessional arts and crafts room, a
well equipped clinic with a physi-
cian on call, a dining room under
the supervision of a well trained
dietician and all other modern
facilities which are conducive to
a well integrated educational pro-
gram.
The Hebrew Academy, a co-
educational all-day school, is now
attended by over 200 boys and
girls from some of the most re-
presentative families in the
Greater Miami area. The pupils
are brought to and from school
well as the study of the Bible.
Mishna and the commentaries are
offered.
Among the extra curricular ac-
tivities of the school, are ^ the
newspaper publication, "The
Echo," written, composed and
produced by the students of the
academy, dramatic and musical
presentations on patriotic arid fes-
tive occasions, the junior congre-
gation, the patrol squad, the ath-
letic association and many other
junior groups.
Several thousands of friends
from Miami as well as from dif-
rent sections of the country, have
had the occasion to visit the aca-
demy, confer with the faculty, see
the children at their work and at
their play. Here at last was a
school which prepared the Jew-
ish youth for future leadership.
the nucleus of the school.
In addition to the expert and
licensed faculty of educators and
maximum compliance with the
Board of Education requirements
of the Department of Public In-
struction of Dade County, the He-
brew Academy has adopted pro-
gressive standards and method-
ology in its approach and present-
ation of modern education.
As an integral part of the cur-
riculum, modern Hebrew is taught
as a living spoken language; He-
brew literature, past and con-1
temparary Jewish history, Hebrew '
music and art. Jewish ethics, the
traditions of the Jewish faith as
Pupils read in the academy's well-stocked library.
Students at the Hebrew Academy conduct their own services.
in chartered busses from Surfside
and all parts of Greater Miami.
Even Hollywood and Coral Gables
are sending pupils to the school.
The academy offers classes five
days a week, Monday through Fri-
day from 8:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m.,
with no after-school classes or
Sunday School attendance.
The academy will accept pupils
this term in the elementary
classes from the first through the
seventh term. There are also kin-
dergarten groups for children of
ages from 4 to 5' years.
In addition to the principal of
the academy, Sol L. Sugarman
who. prior to his call to Miami.
headed one of the largest schools
in the country. Other well known
educators are on the academy
staff, among them Harry Perach-
Kwitney of New York who has
had 20 years experience in the
field of education. Henry Mendel-
sohn of Chicago, principal in the
field of secular learing. will add
his experience and training to
the growth of the school, as will
Mrs. Frieda Sherman Levy, of
Bridgeport. Conn., a specialist in
primary work and Miss Rosalyn
Kival, a young progressive ed-
ucator. These personalities to-
gether with Mr. and Mrs. Joshua
Stadlan, Miss Jessie Hayes, and
other reputable teachers as well
as various specialists in music,
drama, and the arts will make up
ALBERT J. HIRSCH
Tainara Chapter
U ill Hold Donee,
Barbecue Sunday
A swim dance and barbecue
will be sponsored by the Tamara
Chapter of Mizrachi Women Sun-
day at 8 p.m. at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Theodore Landesman,
2924 Prairie Ave., Miami Beach,
Mrs. Charles Turk, president, an-
nounces.
Admission will be by contribu-
tion of new linen such as cot
sheets, pillow cases, bath, face
and dish towels, all of which
Mrs. Turk says are urgently
neeaed in the 49 projects main-
tained by the organization in Is-
rael. Polo shirts and plays shorts
for children from six to 16 will
also be acceptable, she states.
Mrs. Al Mechlowitz is chairman
of the affair. Assisting her are
the Mesdames Israel Yulish, Lily
Laster, Henry Chill, Jack Janoff,
Rose Parkes and Esther Safra.
Women who would like to join
the chapter are asked to contact
membership chairmen, Mrs. Al
Rosen, 83-3021, or Mrs. I. Makov-
sky, 5-0060.
Tropical Lodge Will Hold
Reunion Dance Saturday
Tropical Lodge, B'nai B'rith.
will hold a reunion dance to-
morrow night at the Ritz Plaza
Hotel, 17th St. and Collins Ave.,
Miami Beach. Music will be pro-
vided by Sam Kanez's orchestra.
Admission 50 cents.
Dr. Gamse Moves To
Five Points Building
1 Dr. Edmond Gamse announces
the opening of his new office at
the Five Points Medical Build-
ing, 3400 S.W. 3rd Ave., one block
south of his former location.
'. Office hours are from 10:30 a.m.
to 12 noon and from 2 to 5 p.m.
except Thursday afternoon.
Hadassah B & P To
Hold Games Nite
A games party will be spon-
sored by the Business and Pro-
fessional Women's Division of
Miami Beach Hadassah on Thurs-
day at 8 p.m. at the Ritz Plaza
Hotel, 1701 Collins Ave., Miami
Beach. All proceeds will go to
"Youth Aliyah" and for the or-
phans and children in Israel.
On Tuesday evening, September
6, the organization will hold its
board meeting at the home of the
president, Lillian Goodman, 7127
Bay Dr.
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EDITORIAL
The Jerusalem issue
The Lausanne conference, which gave promise
of effecting an Israeli-Arab peace settlement until
outside influences began manifesting themselves
with dangerous regularity, is again in the midst
of a crisis.
Until recent days the news pouring out from
Lausanne concerned itself chiefly with the Arab
refugee problem and territorial adjustments. In
fact, Israel's offer to admit 100,000 of those refu-
gees was believed to have opened the road to
concrete achievement even though the shrewd
Arab bargainers insisted on further concessions.
Now it appears that the crux of the issue is not
the repatriation problem but Jerusalem. That the
issue was injected by "outside influences" rather
than by Arabs themselves makes it virtually cer-
tain that the forces which have been seeking
to nullify the Lausanne efforts will succeed in
their objective of bringing the issue anew before
the General Assembly in the hope of securing
greater "international" pressure on the new state.
The warning by U.N. headquarters in Jerusalem
against the transfer by Israel of any of its govern-
ment offices to that city and the Lausanne report
that a subcommittee of the U.N. Conciliation Com-
mission had worked out a plan for the internation-
alization of the disputed city show an unmistak-
able trendit shows the effectiveness of the
propaganda from certain quarters.
Jerusalem has been the heart of the Jewish
people over the centuries. Even the opponents
of Jewish statehood will admit that it is the heart
of Israel. Israel without Jerusalem is inconceiv-
able. Political pressure will not foist an inter-
nationalization solution on Israel.
THE OUTCAST
Anti-Semitism in Uermanu
The tale of risinq anti-Semitism in Germany is
so old that there is an inclination in some circles
to completely forget it, or to take it for granted as
an irradicable German national trait. It is true that
the hate scourge is part and parcel of the foul
German soil and soul and that no one is really
amazed when it emerges over and over again
in all its frightfulness and ugliness and in all
strata of German society. But, to ignore that oc-
currence even in a country which, we hope, will
soon have no Jews, is akin to treating a highly
communicable disease by ignoring its nature.
Germany is in the center of Europe, and once
the ugly trademark of Hitlerism is permitted to
rise in new vehemence there, it will spread rapid-
ly along the shattered roads of the rest of the
world. With Europe's sick social structure amen-
able to all sorts of psychopathic trends, the
danger of Germany again becoming the fuehrer
of international anti-Semitism is not as remote as
it would seem to the foolish and incautious.
Our own book with Germany will never close.
Except perhaps for the sick, the evil and the
psychopathic, no Jews will remain on the accursed
German soil. However, to the extent that national
anti-Semitism is an international warning signal,
the victors in mankind's most destructive war
must not remain slumbering on their posts.
Capitol Spotlight
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTON Anti-Jewish
elements from all parts of the
country will arrive in St. Louis,
Mo., on September 27 to 30 for
a convention of the Christian
Nationalist Crusade.
Meanwhile, the Crusade's di-
rector. Gerald L. K. Smith, has
taken to slandering the dead. The
late Rabbi Stephen S. Wise is
very crudely maligned in an edi-
torial by Smith in the current
issue of his hate sheet. "The Cross
and Flag." The editorial, how-
ever, inadvertently pays tribute
to the effectiveness of Jewish or-
ganizations.
Entitled, "The Ruthless Ghost
of Rabbi Wise," the editorial ac-
cuses the late leader of attempting
to "steal" from G. A. Richards,
owner of radio stations, who faces
charges before the Federal Com-
munications Commission of order-
ing anti-Semitism injected in
radio newscasts.
"G. A. Richards," Smith wrote,
"is the name of a great American.
In the eyes of the Jews, Mr. Rich-
ards committed the unpardonable
sin. He allowed his radio station
to be used as an outlet to a net-
work of 60 stations when Rev.
Charles E. Coughlin exposed the
Jew and cited the proper author-
ity concerning their international
conspiring activities.
"The Jews did not rest until
they had played politics in Rome.
Washington, Detroit, and else-
where in such a way as to silence
Rev. Coughlin. Some months ago
Rabbi Stephen Wise, now de-
ceased, started a campaign to
steal from Mr. Richards the in-
vestment of millions of dollars
which he had made in these
powerful stations. I say steal ad-
visedly because the campaign was
to cancel Richards' permit to op-
erate radio stations. To cancel a
permit is to destroy the invest-
ment and make the wave length
available to someone else.
"Such Gestapo organizations
and extremist groups as the
American Jewish Congress, head-
ed by Rabbi Wise, the Anti-De-
famation League, which is the
Gestapo of the B'nai B'rith, the
Jewish Labor Committee which
specializes in meddling in such
matters and the Jewish War Vet-
erans who frequently carry on
terrorist and storm troop activi-
ties together with numerous other
Jewish organizations such as the
Community Relations Committee
of Los Angeles, the Jewish Com-
munity Council of Detroit and the
Jewish Community Council of
Clevelandthese groups are
spending thousands of dollars and
carrying on intense campaigns to
deny free speech and free air to
Mr. Richards and his organiza-
tion. It is to be hoped that com-
mon sense will prevail and that
someone along the line will have
enough moral courage to protect
the Richards organization against
the conscienceless bigotry of
these Jews."
The recent decision of the FCC
to call Richards to full account
has been hailed by Will Maslow,
general counsel of the American
Jewish Congress, as significant in
preserving our democratic way of
life from "the poison of hatred
deliberately spread by those who
abuse the privilege of being li-
censed to utilize mass media of
communication like the radio."
Smith is still castigating the
late President Roosevelt. He
blames the late President for the
collapse of China, accusing Roose-
velt of "treason" in favor of Rus-
sia. Franklin D. Roosevelt. Jr., is
succeeding President Roosevelt as
a target of Smith's wrath. In an
article entitled. "Plentv of Jew-
Money for Junior," Smith alleges
that the new Congressman is a
puppet of Jews who hope to make
him President in 1952.
Reviewing the establishment of
Israel, Smith observes that "most
of the Zionists are not even Jews.
They represent a herd of semi-
Onental savages that adopted
Judaism as their official religion
in the middle centuries and out of
this gang has been produced most
of the Russian Jews and most of
the Polish Jews."
A review of the movie, "Home
of the Brave," published by
Smith, accuses the "Jew over-
lords of Hollywood" of stirring
up ill-will between whites and
the Negroes. It is also alleged that
the Jews are trying "to line up
the Negroes as an insulation be-
tween the awakened white man
and the plotting Jew."
Smith says he is now selling
the Anti-Defamation League's
book, "How Secure These
Rights?", which exposes him, for
$3 a copy. He writes that the
"Jewish Gestapo will be sur-
prised," but he wants the world
to see "the desperate and Satanic
attempt of these Jews to destroy
Christian Americans."
These thoughts and similar
ideas will no doubt, be expounded
late this month in the Municipal
Auditorium in St. Louis. It is also
revealed that "through the co-
operation of a generous Nation-
alist" another meeting place has
been made available at 1533 S.
Grand Ave. "with the understand-
ing that it be used strictly as
Nationalist headquarters."
In deciphering secret mes-
sages, the assumption of prob-
able clew words is often neces-
sary.
Hollywood News
By LEON GUTTERMAN
HOLLYWOODAl Jolson, now
in New York on a personal ap-
pearance tour for the world pre-
miere of his new picture "Jolson
Sings Again" in New York City,
told me before he left Hollywood
that he has an idea for a second
sequel to his original "Jolson
Story." Its locale would be in
Israel.
Having had his rather rich life
immortalized in celluloid in the
two films, Jolson figures that his
activities in the next two or three
years on behalf of the youngest
member of the United Nations,
coupled with his still fertile show
business anthology, would be a
sturdy story basis for a possible
third picture for Columbia studio
production.

On the eve of sailing home from
Paris on the Queen Mary, Eddie
Cantor transcribed a broadcast to
be released in the U.S. on Sept.
1 on behalf of the European Co-
operation Administration. Its aim
is to counteract the propaganda
against spending heavy money to
help the Continent get back on
its feet economically. Eddie, vital-
ly interested in supporting the
Marshal Plan as a means of pre-
serving peace, refused to accept
any money either for his work
or expenses.
By the way, Eddie was elected
to the presidency of the Jewish
Theatrical Guild for his 18th con-
secutive term at the annual meet-
ing of the philanthropic organ-
ization. All other officers and
members of the council were re-
turned to office, including George
Jessel and Jack Benny, vice presi-
dents.

Milton Berle confided to me
this week that he and Texaco
have repacted for three more
years for his "Texaco Star Thea-
ter." The figure is substantially
higher than his last year's take
from both television and radio
Milton s new contract, calling for
39-wteks a year on NBC-TV for
the Texas Company gives the
comedian $10,000 per broadcast
for the 1949-50 season, $11,500 for
the succeeding year and $13,000
in 1951-52.

KCA-NBC, undoubtedly has some
very definite ideas about color
television and when it will break
but he is discreetly reticent about
sharing his thoughts with anyone
else Here in Hollywood for a
week of vacation, Sarnoff termed
trfn "ui ia >,e!,neral '"section
trip. He looked over the NBC
wn "i S?n Francisco and
Hollywood and said he liked what
he saw. As for radio, he thinks it
nas a good many years left and
neededa"WayS ** welcome and
Jewish Orthodox Groups To Mobilize
Against Proposed Calendar Reforms
NEW YORK. (JTA)Jewish
Orthodox groups here this week
indicated that they will mobilize
all possible strength to combat a
proposed calendar reform which
may be taken up at the U. N.
General Assembly next month
and which is causing great con-
cern to religious Jews throughout
the world. The measure has the
support of 41 nations, its ad-
vocates claim.
The proposal, which would af-
fect the Sabbath and Jewish re-
ligious life, has been submitted
to the United Nations by Panama
with the recommendation that it
go into effect throughout the
world starting in 1950. Under the
provisions of this proposal the
calendar year would be divided
into 52 weeks with each day of
the week remaining the same
date on the calendar forever. This
simplification of the calendar
would, however, make a year of
364 days instead of the 365-dav
year. The extra day would be ac-
counted for by making the day
following Dec. 31 an annual vear-
end world holiday. It would have
no date and would be followed
by January 1.
A bill recommending a similar
calendar reform was introduced
in the U. S. Senate several months
ago. The bill, which was read
twice and referred to the Com-
mittee on Foreign Affairs, urges
Congress to enact legislation un-
der which the day after Saturdav.
Pw ,}lA }?50- be designated
Worldsday and that the world
calendar should become the of-
ficial calendar of the United
States beginning with Sunday
Jan. 1, 1951. "
Jewish religious groups in the
united States, in opposing the
establishment of a world calen-
dar of 364 days, advance the
augUm.en,t thal the elimination of
the 365th day from the calendar
would shift the Jewish Sabbath
one day each year. "Observant
Jews would certainlv refuse to
accept the new naming of the
days which would shift their day
of rest from Saturdav to Fridav
"V ve_ar later from Saturday
to Thursday, etc.." Dr. Jonas Si-
mon, spokesman for the Orthodox
groups declared.
Dr. Simon, in a memorandum
disseminated among delegates to
the United Nations and members
vS&ng-ress' dedares that the
substitution of the present calen-
dar by the world calendar is "an
encroachment on the Sabbath"
and will result in great confusion
in Jewish religious life. The pro-
posed new calendar is in many
respects similar to the "com-
mercial calendar" advocated some
M VAy*fls %gQ fay a commit-
tee headed by George Eastman of
Rochester, prominent American
industrialist who heads the East-
man Kodak Co.
The Roman Catholic Church
has expressed no objections to
the Panamanian proposal, which
has already been placed on the
provisional agenda of the U.N.
General Assembly. Catholic cir-
cles emphasize that although the
present calendar was drawn up
by Pope Gregory XIII, in 1852,
Catholic leaders see no church
objection to the new reform.
Egyptians Bar
Israel Flag At
Health Parley
LONDON, (JTA)The Egyp-
tian government will not permit
the hoisting of an Israel flag at
the United Nations Regional
Health Meeting scheduled to open
in Alexandria on September 12,
it was reported here this week
from Cairo. The barring of the
Israel emblem from flying along-
side the national flags of other
participants in the conference
was announced despite the fact
that Israel delegates to the parley
have reportedly been granted
Egyptian visas.
The decision to admit Israel
representatives to Egypt to attend
the U. N. health parley provoked
a discussion in the Egyptian Cab-
inet, Reuters reported. The report
said that Premier Sirry Pasha de-
clared that the admission of the
Israel envoys did not imply
recognition of the State of Israel.
He emphasized that the invitation
to attend the meeting in Alex-
andria was extended not by
Egypt but by U. N. headquarters
at Lake Success.
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Rabbi Moshay P. Mann Takes Over
Pulpit At Temple Isaiah Tonight
Rabbi Moshay P. Mann has
been appointed spiritual leader
of Temple Isaiah, Miami Beach
Reform congregation, according
to Julius Jay Perlmutter. presi-
dent. He will conduct his first
service at the temple tonight at
The new spiritual leader was
ordained as an Orthodox rabbi at
the Yeshiva University of New
York and held Orthodox pulpits
in Richmond, Va., and Brooklyn,
N. Y. He later attended Hebrew
Union College in Cincinnati,
where he was awarded a prize
for outstanding achievement in
essay work on Jewish philosophy.
He was ordained by the college
with honors for the highest aca-
demic standing in his class and
was the only member of the
group to receive the degree of
Master of Hebrew Letters. Thus
Rabbi Mann is the only rabbi in
the active ministry who has been
ordained by two extreme schools
of Jewish religious philosophy.
In Reform pulpits the rabbi
has served at Temple Emanuel in
Dallas, Texas, and in Wheeling,
West Va.
Rabbi Mann has an M. A. from
Western Reserve University in
Cleveland, where he has also
completed all requirements for a
Ph. D. in the field of history.
Last year the rabbi gave up his
pulpit to devote his time to
scientific research and the col-
lection of material from rabbinic
and talmudic literature dealing
with the problem "How to Pre-
vent Poverty." This work will ap-
pear in book form soon.
Perlmutter said that the serv-
ices of the rabbi were secured
through the cooperation of Pro-
fessor Jacob Marcus of Hebrew
Union College. Members of the
board of directors are enthusi-
astic about the appointment, Perl-*
mutter said, and plan to conduct)
a concentrated membership cam-
paign in the near future.
Plans are now being formulated
for High Holy Day services, Perl-
mutter announced, and details
will be announced soon.
Construction Of Ford
Plant Begun In Haifa
TiSL AVIV, (JTA)Construc-
tion has begun in Haifa of a Ford
Motor Company assembly plant
which it is hoped will be capable
of turning out 400 commercial ve-
hicles a month, it was reported
here this week.
A tangle in the hair was once
believed to be caused by elves,
according to the Encyclopaedia
Biitannica.
Rabbi Moshay P. Mann
Beth Sholom Ladies
Sew For Bazaar
Because of the Labor Day holi-
day on Monday, September 5, the
regular Monday sewing and arts
and crafts session of the Sister-
hood of Temple Beth Sholom will
be held on Tuesday, from 11 a.m.
to 4 p.m., ;n the tempie patio, ac-
cording to an announcement by
Mrs. Alexander Robbins, presi-
dent.
Luncheon hostesses for the day
will be Mrs. Robbins, Mrs. Louis
Stoff and her daughter, Mrs. Irv-
ing Marcus and her daughter.
Mrs. Pat Leslie and Mrs. David
Lesser.
The sessions will continue reg-
ularly each Monday thereafter,
explained Mrs. Robbins in her
announcement, until the sister-
hood bazaar which will take place
early in December. All the arti-
cles created at the get-to-gethers
will go into the bazaar storeroom
and the monies realized from the
bazaar will go towards the sup-
port of the temple's religious
school. Mrs. Bessie Nelson is
chairman of the bazaar commit-
tee.
Luncheon hostesses for last
Monday were the Mesdames Nor-
man Babel, Minnie Polakoff, Ber-
tram C. Waller, Alex Straus and
Ray Gordon.
Beth Jacob To Conduct Holiday Services
In Synagogue And Community Building
Congregation Beth Jacob will conduct High Holy Day services
in the synagogue and the community building auditorium. Both are
air-conditioned.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will preach during the services in both
buildings. He will be assisted by Cantor Louis D. Feder, accompanied
by a double choir under the direction of Joseph Schreibman.
Slichos services will be held Saturday, September 17, at mid-
night.
Representatives of the seating committee are at the synagogue
daily from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., according to David Whitman, chairman
of the committee.
Other members of the committee are Louis Bloomfield, William
Mechanic, Dr. Maurice Klein, M. B. Frank, Saul Genet, Rabbi Mayer
Katz, Joseph Cohen and Mai Englander.
Rabbi Ever To Speak
Rabbi Isaac H. Ever, spiritual
leader of Congregation Knesseth
Israel, will speak on Jacob
schachter's Jewish Hour today at
i Pm., on Simon Seiden's Jewish
rorum tomorrow at 8 p.m. and
on M. Nasatir's Yiddish Classical
Hour Sunday at 12 noon.
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Beth David Holiday
Plans Completed
Plans are complete for the Beth
David High Holy Day services to
be conducted in the new syna-
gogue at S.W. 3rd Ave., between
26th and 27th Roads, as well as
in the old synagogue, 135 N.W.
3rd Ave.
Slichos services, the only mid-
night services on the Jewish
calendar, will be held Saturday,
September 17, at the new syna-
gogue. Rabbi Max Shapiro will
officiate, and Cantor Maurice
Mamehes assisted by a profes-
sional choir under the leadership
of Leon Schiff will conduct the
service.
Bernard Sterling, chairman of
the seating committee, reports
that High Holy Day services are
going fast and urges all wor-
shipers who plan to attend Beth
David services to make reserva-
tions by calling 9-3469 immedi-
ately.
Rabbi Shapiro and Jerome B.
Gordon, executive director of the
institution, announce that classes
for both daily and Sunday school
for the coming year will be con-
ducted at the new structure. Reg-
istration for Sunday school will
be held at the new site Sundays,
September 11 and 18, from 10
a.m. to 12 noon. Registration for
daily school will take place Mon-
day, September 12, from 3 to 5
p.m. and continue throughout the
week.
Cerebral Palsy
Parents Council
Organized Here
A Cerebral Palsy Parents
Council, composed of parents of
cerebral palsied children, as well
as others interested in the afflic-
tion, has been formed under the
auspices of the Dade County
Society for Crippled Children.
Mrs. C. H. Reeder, president of
the sponsoring group, has named
Mrs. Edward Weiss, mother of
an afflicted child, as temporary
chairman of the council.
Believing that parents of chil-
dren with cerebral palsy should
understand the affliction in order
to cope with the situations which
arise in the home, Mrs. Weiss
plans a full-scale educational
program for members of the
council. One of the organization's
first projects will be the estab-
lishment of an institute for par-
ents, she said. At this institute
parents will spend a week learn-
ing how to handle their children.
They will observe the technique
of the physical, occupational and
speech therapists and learn what
type of recreation is best suited
for the rehabilitation of afflicted
children.
A lending library where mem-
bers may take out books and
magazines on the affliction will be
set up by the council. Psycho-
logists will speak to the group
occasionally and small units will
meet periodically to discuss their
personal problems.
First meeting of the organiza-
tion will be held this month at
the Roosevelt School for Excep-
tional Children.
The council will also help to
build and furnish the new cere-
bral palsy rehabilitation clinic on
the grounds of Roosevelt School.
The clinic will include a special
nursery and a preparatory class
for children not able to attend
the school.
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tion to Israel has eased off slight-
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Shai, director-general of the Is-
raeli Immigration Department,
told a press conference here. Mr.
Shai revealed that the total num-
ber of immigrants who arrived
in the last three months was 50,-
000.
He announced that the Jewish
state's population has increased
by 44 percent since its declaration
of independence and that there
are now 940,000 persons living in
the country, with every expecta-
tion that over 1,000,000 will be
living here by the end of 1949.
He denied reports that many per-
sons were leaving Israel. As for
the Arab refugees who wished to
return to their families in Israel,
Mr. Shai said that a total of 600
applications asking the return of
1,700 persons had been filed with
government bureaus from August
I~15.
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+Je*Mncrldlat
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1949
"Between You and Me
By BORIS SMOLAR
(Copyright, 1948, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
9
POLITICAL NOTES:
Jewish Agencv leaders in the United States are concerned over
the stubborn demands of the State Department that Israel must
revise its present frontiers They consider the situation so serious
that they have called upon American non-Zionist groups for poli-
tical aid" Two meetings have recently taken place between
Jewish Agency members and leaders of the American Jewish Com-
mittee and other organizations at which the present policy of the
State Department was discussed Some Zionist leaders claim that
while the U.S. is officially participating in the attempt at Lausanne
to bring about an Arab-Israeli peace, (he State Department has, at
the same time, hinted to Arab statesmen not to reach a peace settle-
ment in a hurry And these Zionist leaders openly ask the ques-
tion: "Does the American-government contemplate weakening the
Jewish State?" The real attitude of the U.S. government will, of
course, be seen from the tactics which the U.S. delegation adopts
at the United Nations General Assembly which opens this month .
But, for the time being, it is evident that the State Department wants
three major things: that Jerusalem be internationalized; that Israel
give up either a part of the Negev or a part of Galilee; that Israel
admit more than 100,000 Arab refugees None of the three re-
quests is acceptable to the Jewish state.

INTELLIGENCE REPORT:
A British intelligence report now disseminated in this country
says that if war starts between Moscow and the Western powers, it
will break out in the Middle East However, this reportwhich
claims to be "one of the most clearly documented cases in history"
does not expect the war to break out before 1952 And it urges
the taking of "counter measures in advance" so as to prevent Russia
from moving into the Middle East American experts seem to
leel that if Russia marches into the Middle East, through Persia,
Saudi Arabia, Iraq and Syria, there is no armed force strong enough
to stop it The American and British air units would, no doubt,
be stronger than the Russian, but the ground forces would not be
sufficient to stem the Red Army tide from flowing over the endless,
uninhabited plains ... As a matter of fact, American oil experts in
the Middle East are constantly warning their headquarters in the
United States that in case of war with Russia, the oil wells in Saudi
Arabia will be in a most precarious position And the oil com-
panies here consider these oil wells assets only during peace time j
. They are ready to write them off as a total loss should war j
with Russia break out in that part of the world ... Of course, the I
Russians, too, risk having their oil wells in the Caucasus, and even in j
Rumania, destroyed by American bombers within the very first |
days of such a war And without oil, Russia can hardly win a
a war in this mechanized age.
* *
ON THE SCREEN:
The current sensation among Jews in New York is the film
"Sword in the Desert" ... It is the first motion picture produced by
Hollywood on the struggle between the British administration and
the Jewish underground movement in Palestine which preceded
the establishment of Israel Although there are no Jewish actors
in the cast, the picture is quite convincingly Jewish The heroes
of the Jewish underground and their activities are presented very
vividly and and keep the audience in a constant state of excitement
, The scenes, although not filmed in Palestine, also have an air
of authenticity since they were taken in California which is amaz-
ingly similar to the citrus-growing areas of Palestine The pro-
ducersUniversal-International Pictureshave tried not to make
a "Jewish film" of their production, but an impartial film of general
interest They, therefore, picture the British with a certain degree
of leniency The dramatic story of how the Jews succeed in
their fight agaiiist the British is presented stirringly and is emotion-
ally very satisfying ... It is a monument to the Haganah, Irgun and
all the Jewish groups in Palestine who brought about the liberation
of Israel However, some Jews may question the wisdom of the
producers in choosing a Christmas Eve party of the British military
in Palestine as a scene for a fierce attack by the Jewish under-
ground The scenic effect would have been just as good if a
gathering of British soldiers was attacked at any other time than
while singing Christmas carols The evening chosen by the pro-
ducers for the attack does not exactly contribute to the improve-
ment of inter-religious relations in this country ... On the whole,
however, the film is excellent.
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Informs the Jewish population that:
1. The statement "Frishe Fleish" in Jewish letters in any store
does not signify in any way that the meat is kosher;
2. Chickens which have no plumba with the inscription
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the Vaad cannot guarantee the Kashruth;
4. Any further information concerning Kashruth may be
obtained by calling our Director, Rabbi Joseph E.
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Pictured at the Saxony Hotel during the recent dmner honor-
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dent of Temple Isaiah. Rabbi Raab and Julius J. Perlmutter,
president of the congregation at the present time. The congregation
presented a plaque to the rabbi for his "services to the temple and
the community." He left this week to continue his studies at
Hebrew Union College._________________________________..
Fish Fry Plans Completed
Plans for the Knights of Py-
thias third annual Labor Dav
fish fry to be held at Crandon
Park Monday from 10 a.m. to 5
p.m. have been completed, ac-
cording to an announcement bv
J. R. Turpin, Jr., chairman.
Nine lodges of the organization
will participate in the fectivities
and 2000 persons are expected to
attend. Over 750 pounds of fish
have been ordered. Competitive
games will be played and prizes
will be awarded.
Children from the Cerebral
Palsy Clinic will be guests of the
group. Roosevelt Lodge will
handle arrangements for their at-
tendance.
Youth Program
Planned For
S ho I rm Mooting
Sigma Rho Chapter and Chap-
ter No. 322 of AZA, Junior Order
of B"nai B'rith, will join with
BZB Chapter, B'nai B'rith Girls.
to present a novel youth night
program at the next meeting of
Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, on
Tuesday, September 13, at 8 p.m.
at Congregation Beth El, 500 S.W.
17th Ave.
David Rabinowitz, state youth
chairman, will join with Miss
Selma Lewis, local youth director
in directing the program. Mem-
bers of the three groups will
present a dramatic skit demons-
trating the functions of the B'nai
B'rith youth program. Highlight
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+Jewish Ihrkilan
PAGE SEVEN
Truman Hears
Palestine Report
WASHINGTON, (JTA)Paul
A. Porter, American member of
the U.N. Conciliation Commis-
sion for Palestine, reported this
week to President Truman on the
efforts to reach an Arab-Israeli
peace which the commission is
now making in Lausanne.
After leaving the White House,
Mr Porter expressed the hope
that the talks at Lausanne would
develop favorably. He insisted
that his report to President Tru-
man was "routine" and said he
was obliged "to make some kind
of report." Well-informed com-
ment here has been that Mr.
Porter is discouraged and re-
turned to Washington either to
quit or attempt to work an emer-
gency solution as a last resort.
Secretary Acheson conferred
with Mr. Porter later and they
reviewed the entire situation. It
is believed here that the scene
of the Arab-Israel peace talks
may shift next month to Lake
Success. Mr. Porter indicated that
the U.N. General Assembly could
continue the functions of the
commission after September.
Mark Ethridge, former U.S. re-
presentative on the Conciliation
Commission, is now in Washing-
ton conferring with high officials
on the Lausanne situation, it was
learned. Mr. Ethridge is Mr. Port-
er's predecessor.
Israeli Ambassador Eliahu
Elath this week conferred with
George C. McGhee, Assistant Sec-
retary of State for Near Eastern
and African Affairs. In the hour-
long parley, the two diplomats
discussed the Lausanne peace
talks and other "routine" matters.
Internationalization
Plan For Jerusalem
JERUSALEM, (JTA) The
U.N. Conciliation Commission's
special Jerusalem subcommittee
is putting the finishing touches
on its plan for the international-
ization of the city, it was learned
here. The subcommittee's plan
will soon be submitted to the full
commission at Lausanne so that
the latter may present it to the
General Assembly next month as
part of an overall report of its
activties.
It is learned that the plan pro-
vides for an overall international
control with complete autonomy
for the Jewish and Arab areas.
The plan is said to be virtually
a form of partition except that
neither the Arabs nor the Israelis
will be permitted to establish
their capital in the city. U.N.
sources admit that they do not
have the means to impose such
a solution, but they hope to bring
the plan into existence on "pure-
ly moral authority."
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2. 1949



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Leventhal-Rosenthal
Nuptials Set For Sunday
f
Dons Rosenthal
Mrs. Joseph Rosenthal. 1502
N.E. 1st Ave announces the ap-
proaching marriage of her daugh-
ter. Doris, to Norman J. Leven-
thal. s :- : Mr. and Mrs. Harry
A. Leventhal. formerly of Phila-
delphia.
The ceremony will include
members of the immediate fam-
ilies and will take place at 4 p.m.
on Sunday a: Beth El synagogue.
Rabbi Murray G.auer will of-
ficate.
Op<: will be held for
relatives and friends at the home
f the br:de"s mother following
the C': ny No invitations have
been issued.
The bnde-elect is a graduate
of Miai E son High School and
- r. \v employed in the office of
E. B. Leatherman. Her fiance
graduated from Darby High
School and attended Michigan
State College. He spent three
years in the army with service
in the Philippines and Japan.
Wolfson Family
On Extensive Trip
Mitchell Wolfson will leave to-
morrow for Chicago, where he
will join Mrs. Wolfson. their
daughter. Frankie. and son. Louis,
who left here Tuesday, and their
son. Mickey, who has been spend-
ing the summer at Cheley Camp.
Estes Park. Colo.
Mr. and Mrs. Wolfson and Louis
will continue to San Francisco
and Los Angeles, where they will
attend the convention of the The-
atre Owners of America, of which
he is vice president and chair-
man of the television committee.
Frankie and Mickey will go to
the Wolfson's summer home in
Asheville. N. C. where they will
be joined by their mother follow-
ing the conclave. Frankie will be a
freshman at Oberlm College in
Oberhn. Ohio. Louis will return
to Grinnell College in Iowa. Mr.
Wolfson plans to return to Miami
at the end of September. Mrs.
Wolfson is expected home in
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Miamians who recently arrived at Duncragqan Inn, Hender-
sonville, N. C, for an extended stay include Mr. and Mrs. George
Goldberg. Dr. and Mrs. Maurice Rich, Mr. and Mrs. Joshua S.
Lipkin, Dr. and Mrs. A. S. Hom, Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Rich, Miss
Dorothy Marx and Miss Merle Schram.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Sam W. Shapiro and daughters, Sandra and
Ellen, have returned to their home in Miami Beach, after spend-
ing the summer at Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville, N. C.
* *
Mrs. Irwin Berry has returned to her Miami Beach home at
1944 Michigan Ave. alter a trip to Chicago, where she attended
the wedding of her niece and the national distributors' con-
vention.
* +
Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Gans and children, Harriet and
Charles, have returned to their home in Miami Beach after
vacationing at Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville, N. C. for the
past two weeks.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz left Wednesday for a short
vacation in Daytona Beach and Jacksonville. Over Labor Day
weekend Mrs. Soltz will attend the Southern Regional Confer-
ence of Junior Hadassah which is being held at the Roosevelt
Hotel in Jacksonville. She is reqional fund-raisinq chairman. The
couple also plans to visit Mr. Soltz's uncle, Art Grossman of
Lake City, Fla.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wishman and daughter, Sheilah, 1140
S.W. 9th St., have returned from a vacation in New York, where
they visited their son and brother, Norman Lloyd, and his wife.
* *
Harry and Evelyn Decky, 905 Michiqan Ave., Miami Beach,
announce the birth of a daughter, Felene Elaine, on August 24
at Doctors Hospital, Coral Gables. Grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Spivack and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Decky, all of
Miami Beach.
***
Mr. and Mrs. Sol L. Sugarman and sons, Samuel Allan and
Harvey Casriel, have moved to their new residence at 1011
Euclid Ave., Miami Beach.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Siegel, 1132 N.W. 7th Ave.. announce
the birth of a daughter, Marilyn Louise, on August 10 at Jackson
Memorial Hospital. Maternal grandmother, Mrs. Rose W. Cohen
of New Haven, Conn., was in Miami for the event. Paternal
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Sam Siegel. Proud great grand-
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Sam Jackson of this city and Mr. and
Mrs. B. Weisberg of New York.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Goldsmith, 190 S.W. 12th St., announce
the birth of a son, Richard Ernst, on August 10 at Jackson
Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Goldsmith is the former Eileen Cowen
daughter of Edward L. Cowen.
+ *
Mrs. Sarah Goldberg and daughter, Beatrice, 242 Meridian
Ave., Miami Beach, recently returned from a cross-country trip
to Hollywood, Cal.
* *
Mrs. Harry Saffer recently returned from a vacation in New
York City and Baltimore. In New York she visited her son-in-law
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nathan Bracker.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. William L. Pallot, 3301 Montenegro St., Coral
Gables, announce the birth of a son, Scott Marshall, on
August 16.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. William Sherman, who have been the guests
of Mrs. Celia Mendelson, left this week for New York. Mr. Sher-
man is an attorney in Kew Gardens, N. Y.
* *
Helen Alpert will return from a short visit to New York
Sunday.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. S. Rabenowitch and dauqhter, 3025 S.W. 7th
St., returned from a three and one half month vacation which
took them to New York City, Niaqara Falls, Park Falls, Wis.,
Muschtine, Iowa, and Como Lake, Fla.
* *
Jacob Schachter, director of the Jewish Musical Hour over
station WTTT and associated with the Plaza Theatre, will leave
for New York City Sunday.
* *
Mrs. Leonard Wallace and son. Ned, of West Palm Beach
are visiting in Durham, N. C, their former home.
* *
Dr. Joseph Feldman of Palm Beach has returned from a
vacation in the North.
*
Mrs. Ethel Epstein is back in West Palm Beach followinq a
stay of more than a month in New York and other Northern
points.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bennett, 615 S.W. 12th Ave., announce
the birth of a son. Harvey Scott, on Auqust 15 at Doctors Hos-
pital, Coral Gables. The mother is the former Harriet Katzif
daughter of Mrs. Hyman Katzif and the late Mr. Katzif. Paternal
grandfather is Sigmund Benowitz of Duquesne Pa
* *
Miss Barbara Weiner, dauqhter of Mr. and Mrs Milton
Weiner.3020 S.W.4th Ave., returned recently from MadUon
Wis where she attended the summer session at the University
of Wisconsin Barbara will be leaving soon for Vanderbih
University where she is a sophomore.
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Ehrlich August 7 at the Shel-
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Max Shapiro read the service.
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Mr. and Mrs. Max Schechtman.
870 N. W. 19th Ct. The bride-
groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs.
Adolph Ehrlich. 1671 S.W. 16th
St.
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lace over taffeta with a fingertip
illusion veil. She carried a white
bible adorned with white orchids.
I Mrs. Ida Pearl Friedlander.
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was matron of honor. Another
sister. Miss Rose Schechtman.
also of New York, served as maid
of honor. Carol Jean Ehrlich, the
bridegroom's sister, was junior
bridesmaid.
A reception in the hotel fol-
lowed the ceremony. The couple
will reside at 1671 S.W. 16th St.
Both are graduates of Miami High
School.
Lillian Sales,
Max P. Engel
Exchange Vows
Mrs. Max P. Engel
Rabbi Max Shapiro officiated
at the ceremony which joined m
matrimony Miss Lillian Sales and
Max P. Engel on August 21 at
the Shelborne Hotel.
The bride's parents are Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Sales. 660 N.W. 45th
St. The bridegroom is the son of
the David Engels, 195 Tamiami
Canal Road.
Matron of honor for her sister
was Mrs. William D. Seidle. Al-
fred Groden, the bridegroom's
brother-in-law, served as best
man.
A dinner in the hotel dining
room followed the ceremony.
A graduate of Miami High, the
bride attended the University of
Miami and is now employed by
the city of Miami. Mr. Engel at-
tended Rutgers University and is
now a student at the University
of Miami. During the war lie
served in the Army Air Forces.
Campers Arrive In Miami After
Hectic 54 Hours En Route
The old woman who lived in a
shoe hadn't a thing on Miss
Evelyn Bauer, who climaxed her
summer as co-counselor for six-
year-old boys at the Blue Moun-
tain Camp by escorting 13 spirited
campersboth boys and girls-
ranging in age from five to 14
from East Stroudsburg. Pa., to
their homes in South Florida.
As though keeping the lively
youngsters in tow, attending to
their baggage, ushering them into
the dining car and taking care of
scores of other details were not
enough to ruffle even the most
stalwart, a mixup of reservations
and a 20-hour stopover in Jack-
sonville due to the hurricane
added to the general confusion.
The trip got off to an ominous
start when Miss Bauer and her
charges found to their dismay
that they had no reservations on
the train on which their trip had
been scheduled, but Miss Bauer
and several railroad officials put
their heads together and through
some fast talking and string-pull-
ing secured reservations for the
happy band on a train leaving
approximately two hours later.
The trip progressed unevent-
fully until the train arrived in
Jacksonville. Just as Miss Bauer
was preparing to help her camp-
ers disembark for a 20-minute
stretch, she received a telegram
from the father of one of her
group. James Albert, informing
her that a hurricane was whipping
the South Florida coast and that
she and her traveling companions
were to remain in Jacksonville
until such time as thev received
word to leave.
Collecting the children and
luggage, Miss Bauer went to the
Roosevelt Hotel, where reserva-
tions had already been made bv
Mr_ Albert. Wide-eyed desk
Bernard Rosenblatt To
Become Bar Mitzvah
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Rosenblatt
vuTkH" thaltheir son- Bernard,
will become Bar Mitzvah tomor-
row morning at 9 o'clock at the
Stior^ Sch01 and *!
^Adf^^^
where he is president of his class
a member of the band and the
motion picture club.
A reception will follow th<*
clerks and bellboys gawked at
her and the children, but Miss
Bauer remained unperturbed.
Leaving Jacksonville Saturday
morning after the hurricane de-
bris had been removed from I
tracks, the troupe of travelers-
weary, but hale and hearty ar-
rived in Miami 54 hours after
their departure.
Among Miss Bauer's charges
were Lawbrence Albert. Richard
Jablon, Ruth Keyser, Lawrence.
David and Peter Swartz. Irwin
Tendler, Gilbert Tendler, Greater
Miami: Alfred Kahn, Pahokee:
Joan and Marilyn Kapner, West
Palm Beach; Joan and Linda
Rabin. Belle Glade.
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PAGE NINE
Golden Age Unit
Will Hold Party
The Miami Beach Y Golden
Age Club, for men and women
over 50 years of age, will hold a
birihday party for all members of
the dub born in the month of
a nber at the Beach Y on
Sunday at 2:30 p.m.
Flowers will be presented to
all those celebrating birthdays.
There will also be a large birth-
day cake with candles and all the
trimmings.
Highlight of the party will be
entertainment by Alexander Cas-
tle who gave an impromptu per-
formance at the last meeting of
the group.
Mrs. Shackman Weds
Benjamin Nadler
Mrs. Elsie Shackman and Ben-
jamin Nadler both of this city,
were united in marriage at noon
on July 19 at the Sherry-Fron-
tenac Hotel, Miami Beach. The
ceremony was performed by Rab-
bi Leon Kronish. Dinner followed
the service.
Mr. and Mrs. Nadler are travel-
ing through Mexico and later
will visit New York and Balti-
more They will return to their
home in Miami Beach after Labor
Day.
Sisterhood Meets
The Sisterhood of Temple
Isaiah held its first meeting of the
Wednesday afternoon at the
temple, Mrs. Clara Mae Van Ness,
president, announced. Information
about future meetings and activi-
ties will be published in the near
future, she said.
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POSITION WANTED
Famous Cantor from England
Now in U.S.A. Concert Tenor
Requires Post with Cultured
Congregation.
Write I. R.. Box 2973, Miami 18
Cantor M. Yardeini
Noted Israel artist who has
been engaged by Congregation
Keneseth Israel, 1415 Euclid Ave.,
for Slichos and the High Holy
Days. Rabbi Isaac Ever is spiritual
leader of the new congregation.
Aron-Grossman
Betrothal Told
The betrothal of Miss Hope
Dolores Aron to Dr. Arnold
Grossman was recently an-
nounced by her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Archibald
Aron, West Hav-
en, Conn.
The bride-elect
is the grand-
daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Morris
B. Sholes, Hills-
grove, R. I., and
8140 Collins
Ave., Miami
Beach. She at-
tended Yale Un-
iversity and the
Art Students
League in New
York.
Dr. Grossman, Orange, Mass.,
was graduated from Colby Col-
lege and Loyola University School
of Dentistry and is a member of
Tau Delta Phi.
The wedding will take place
Sunday, September 11, at the
Copley Plaza, Boston.
Hope Aron
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Siegel,
2143 S. W. 6th St.. have flown
to Buenos Aires. Argentina,
where they will be entertained
by ten nieces and nephews,
some of whom they have never
seen before. The Siegels will
be gone two months.
Marcie Sklow, Louis Falk
Joined In Beach Rites
The Sorrento Hotel, Miami
Beach, provided the setting for
the marriage of Miss Marcie
Sklow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob Sklow, 1115 Pennsylvania
Ave., Miami Beach, to Louis Falk,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Falk,
1330 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami
Beach, on August 27. Rabbi Max
Shapiro officiated.
The bride wore a gown of ivory
satin with a court train. Her
fingertip-length veil was of il-
lusion and she carried white roses
and orchids.
Miss Jane Sklow, maid of honor
for her sister, was attired in blue
lace and carried pink roses. Wal-
ter Falk was best man.
Following a wedding trip to
North Carolina, the couple will
reside here.
The bride was graduated from
Richmond Hill High School. Mr.
Falk is a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Florida Law School.
Junior Hadassah Night To Highlight
Conclave At Sorrento Hotel This Month
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CANTOR WANTED
For High Holiday Services
in Miami Beach
Write C. W., Box 2973
Miami 18. Fla.
A Junior Hadassah night will
be one of the highlights of the
Junior Hadassah conference to be
sponsored by the Miami and Mi-
ami Beach units of the organiza-
tion from September 16-19 at the
Sorrento Hotel.
"Experiences in Israel" will be
the topic of a talk to be given by
Doris Greenberg, national secre-
tary of Junior Hadassah, during
Gables Center To
Hold Services
At New Temple
The Coral Gables Jewish Cen-
ter will hold High Holy Day
services in its new temple at 320
Palermo Ave., Coral Gables, Her-
bert Gelernter, president, has an-
nounced.
Donation for services per per-
son is ten dollars for non-mem-
bers, Gelernter said, but if the
individual joins the congregation
before December 1, 1949, the
donation will be deducted from
the yearly membership dues.
Schedule of services includes:
Friday, September 23, 8 p.m.;
Saturday and Sunday, September
24 and 25, 10 a.m.; Sunday, Octo-
ber 2, Kol Nidre; Monday, Octo-
ber 3, 10 a.m. A break-the-fast
get-together will be held follow-
ing Yom Kippur services Octo-
ber 3.
Rabbi Morris Skop will offici-
ate at all services. He will be as-
sisted by Cantor Joseph Malek.
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name. Minimum original Invest-
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1 in advance. Original invest-
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P- O. Box 1922 Miami 11. Fla.
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BOX 297a, MIAMI 18
4..ililcs Group
Reveals Plans
For Holiday Rites
The First Jewish Congregation
of Coral Gables is holding Con-
servative High Holy Day services
this year at the Coliseum, Douglas
Road and S.W. 16th St., Coral
Gables, Lee Platt, president, an-
nounced.
"The auditorium seats 4,800
people and there will be ample
facilities provided for all persons
desirous of attending the reli-
gious services in the South West-
Coral Gables area," Platt said.
"The tickets are priced at $12.50
per family, including children,
and all seats are reserved. For
best locations, it is advisable to
make reservations early."
The services are to be sung by
Cantor Rosenstein, assisted by
a mixed choir.
The congregation has extended
invitations to patients at the Na-
tional Children's Cardiac Home,
the veterans at the Pratt General
Hospital and the students of the
University of Miami to attend
services as its guests.
"Families in the community
who are desirous of attending
services but are financially un-
able to pay the price of the
tickets should contact the con-
gregation so that their needs may
be taken care of," Platt said.
Anyone desiring reservations
or information regarding tickets
is asked to call Arthur Brown,
seating chairman, in care of the
International Pharmacy, 1830
Ponce de 1.'^ Blvd., Coral
Gables; or B~n Z. Friedman. 213j
S.W. 20.!' Terr.. Mian": W write
the Firs: Jewish C'ngregation of
Coral Gables. P. O. Box 1151,
Coral Gables 34.
the formal banquet on Saturday,
September 17.
Other speakers include: Mrs.
Miriam Sirkin who will discuss
"America, Israel and You," at the
informal party on Friday night;
Shepard Broad, "Our Culture and
Heritage," at the Saturday lunch-
eon; and Mrs. Murry Grossman,
"United We Stand, Divided We
Fall," at the Sunday brunch.
Among Hadassah members
handling workshops and sessions
will be Mrs. Gerald Soltz of Mi-
ami Beach and Miss Miriam
Scheinberg of Miami, fund rais-
ing; Shaloma Shawmut, singing
and dancing; Joan Osheroff and
Joan Nevil, American affairs,
Brandeis and Young Judaea.
Included on the schedule are:
splash parties, a pajama party and
a formal dance. Hostesses at these
affairs will be Naomi Segal,
chairman, Edythe Engel, Rhoda
Caidin, Florence Hildebrandt and
Lee Pearlman. In charge of re-
freshments will be Rema Jackson,
chairman, Barbara Gold and Jody
Diamond.
Miss Lillian Aronson, vice
president of the Beach Unit, has
appointed Shaloma Shawmut,
Annette Melich, Lil Babroff and
Francine Levy to aid her in regis-
tration, publicity and operation of
a date bureau.
Conclave reservations may be
made by contacting any Miami or
Miami Beach Junior Hadassah
member, or by attending a social
"Conclave Meeting" of Junior Ha-
dassah on September 8 at the
Sorrento Hotel at 8 p.m.
Youth League To
Diseuss Plans For
llanee Festival
Plans for a dance festival to
be held at the Shelborne Hotel on
the evening of October 1 will be
discussed at the meeting of the
Young Peoples .League of Temple
Isaiah on Sunday at 8 p.m. in
the club room, 1065 Dade Blvd.
The Young Peoples League, now
conducting a membership drive,
is planning this dance in con-
junction with the campaign. Miss
Evelyn Ell, acting president of
the group, said.
"It is our hope that this will
be the best affair ever sponsored
by the Young Peoples League,
and we will need the cooperation
of every member," Miss Ell de-
clared in a recent statement to
the group.
Bridge Session Slated
A bridge tournament will be
held Monday, September 12, at
8:30 p.m. at the Miami Y. Win-
ners at the last session were Mr.
and Mrs. Gene Lehman, first
place, and Dr. and Mis. Richard
Elfen, second.
Mrs. Augustine Wed
To Abe Hummel
Now living in their home at
3460 S.W. 24th Terr, are Mr. and
Mrs. Abe Hummel, whose marri-
age took place Thursday, August
25, in Palm Beach. Mrs. Hummel
is the former Mrs. Sara Augus-
tine, mother of Dr. Max Augus-
tine.
Sisterhood To Honor
Member On Anniversary
The Sisterhood of Congregation
Beth Tfilah will hold a surprise
dinner in honor of the golden an-
niversary of one of its members
on Sunday at 5 p.m. at the syna-
gogue. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
sky, spiritual leader of the con-
gregation announced.
Tariff is one dollar per plate,
the rabbi said, and reservations
must be made immediately. All
friends of the sisterhood and con-
gregation are invited to attend.
In charge of arrangements for
the affair are Mrs. M. Katz, Mrs.
I. Diamond and. Mr. and Mrs. H.
Zaidman. Mrs. Rackovsky is ad-
viser to the group.
Lillian Fox Opens
Drama Academy
Lillian Fox, Miami Beach radio
commentator, announces the
opening of her dramatic school to
be known as the Dramatic Aca-
demy at 2125 Bay Dr., Miami
Beach. Her associate will be Ruth
Foreman.
"This will not be a run-of-the-
mill elocution school," Mrs. Fox
said. "We are going to develop
the personality of each of our
pupils and give him an oppor-
tunity to get practical experience
over a weekly radio program."
Classes will be conducted for
age groups from four to 19 years.
In addition, there will be courses
in public speaking, play reading
and a speech clinic for adults.
The opening will be launched
with a cocktail party tomorrow
evening at the studio. Registra-
tion will begin tomorrow.
Mrs. Fox is director of the
"Jewish News and Views" pro-
gram over WMBM and drama
chairman at the Miami Beach Y.
She has produced and directed
a number of plays that have been
well received by the community,
among them "The Women." She
is now working on "Stage Door."
Herzl Biography To
Be Published November
Storm Publishers announces
for November publication of the
dramatic life story of the father
of political Zionism. "Theodor
Herzl, the Jew and the Man."
The author is Dr. Oscar Frankl,
organizer and formerly president
of the Urania Institute for Adult
Education in Prague, and one-
time secretary to Theodor Herzl.
Auxiliary To Meet
First meeting of the Congrega-
tion Keneseth Israel Ladies
Auxiliary will be held at the
synagogue, 1415 Euclid Ave., Mi-
ami Beach, Tuesday at 8 p.m., ac-
cording to Mrs. Ether Eisenstein,
temporary chairman.
JWV Auxiliary Presents
Gift To Pratt Hospital
Miami Beach Post No. 330 JWV
Ladies Auxiliary presented 50 bed
lamps to the V. A. Hospital this
week. Entertainment was pro-
vided and refreshments served
at the presentation ceremonies,
Mrs. Jennie R. Gerrig, president,
and Mrs. Lillian Bookman, chair-
man, announced.
Personally Speaking...
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Rabinowitz, 605 84th St., Miami Beach
announce the birth of a son, Adam Eric, on August 3 at Victoria
Hospital.
* *
Rabbi and Mrs. Irving Lehrman and children, David and
Rosalind, have returned from their summer vacation.
REV. I. FAHER (MOHL)
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1949
Beach Lodge Will
Hold Square Dance
Postponed because of hurricane,
the Labor Day square dance
sponsored by Miami Beach Lodge,
B'nai B'rith, will be held Monday
at 8:30 p.m. at the Versailles
Hotel, Miami Beach, according to
David R. Isen. president.
Chairman Herbert L. Markow
has announced that square dance
specialists and callers from the
University of Miami will be on
hand to direct the dancing groups.
Feature of the evening will be
balloon contests and waltz con-
tests with prizes for the winners.
Proceeds of the affair are ear-
marked for the support and main-
tenance of the B'nai B'rith Hillel
Foundation at the University of
Miami.
Assisting Chairman Markow
with arrangements will be Saul
Genet, Godfrey K. Newman and
Simeon Spear. Tickets at SI.10 in-
cluding tax may be secured at
the door.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN" Ciir.VTV JUDGE'S Ool'HT.
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. No.
173H.
RE: ESTATE OF GARRETT GEORGE
QLATT, also known as GARRY
QLATT, Deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given thai l
have filed >"> final report and petition
for Final Discharge, as Administratrix
of flu- eitate of Garrett George Qlatt,
also known as tlarry (Halt, deceased.
and that on the :t>tli day of September,
1949, 1 "ill apply to the Honorable
W. P, Blanton, County Judge of
Dade County, Florida, for approval of
said final report and for final dis-
charge as Administratrix of the
Estate of Garrett George Qlatt, also
known a.- Garry Qlatt, deceased.
This 29th day of August, 1949
RUTH GLATT
Administratrix
MYERS, I li: I.MAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Administratrix
Seybold Huilding
9/2-9-16-2:1
LEGAL NOTICE
Soav?ngr Hunt
Set For Saturdav
Bv Sliarot BBVW
A scavenger hunt is being
planned by the Sharet Chapter
of B'nai B'rith Youne Women for
tomorrow night at 8:30 at the
home of Harriet Slomowitz, 1011
Cortex St., Coral Gables.
Lorraine Kahlenberg is chair-
man of the affair. On her com-
mittee are Constance Goradesky.
Rita Platt and Bernice Gomelin-
ski.
The organization will hold its
next meeting Tuesday evening at
the home of its adviser. Mrs. Rose
Lewis, 15 Sidnonia Ave., Coral
Gables. A current events discus-
sion to be led by Rita Goldweber
will follow the meeting.
On Thursday, August 18, mem-
bers of the group entertained
youngsters from the Childern's
Home Society. Lois Nevins was in
charge.
Shulenberger To Speak
At Sholem Luncheon
"The Brighter Side of the
News" will be the subject of an
address by Dutch Shulenberger.
prominent local business man, at
the Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith,
weekly luncheon meeting to be
held today at 12:30 p.m. in the
Downtowner Restaurant Seybold
Building.
in Tin-: rmrriT court of the
llth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY, No. 126916.
VIVIEN LEDDO I'RARLSTF.IN.
Plaintiff, vs. Mil.TON PKAKI.-
STEIN, Defendant.
TO: MILTON PEARLSTEIN
102 Jerome Street
Brooklyn. New York
Yon are hereby ordered to fil<> your
appearance or answer to the bill of
complaint for divorce filed against
yon by VIVIEN LEDDo PEARL-
STEIN, on or before the 30 day of
Efepl 1949, otherwise the allegations
of said hill will be taken as confessed
aglanst you.
DONE AND onPKRED THIS 30
day of Aug., 194!'.
B. B. LEATHERMAN,
Cli rk of the circuit Court.
(Circuit Co irl Seal)
By \VM. W, STOCKING,
Deputy i'!,.ik.
HKORilE .1. TALIANOFF
Solicitor for plaintiff
9 2-9-16-23
ORDER TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
II EVBNTH JUDICIAL CIH< I n
OP FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
IRVING' 1 GRUBSTEIN, Tlalntlff, vs.
AMELIA GRUBSTEIN. Defendant.
You A.MKI.IA GRUBSTEIN, 2180
Fast Uth Street. Brooklyn, New
York are required to file an appear-
ance in the above entitled suit for
divorce on the 16 day of September.
1949. or a decree pro confesso will be
entered against you.
Dated this 16 day of August, 1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal) ______
By Wat W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk,
MOIE J. L. TENDRICH.
Attorney for Plaintiff
607-8 Biscavne Building
Miami 32. Florida
8/19-26 9/2-9
LEGAL NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
THK RISHHKOOK CO. at N. W.
"nd Street and H'th Avenue. Miami,
bade County. Florida, intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida,
NAT ROTTENBERQ
J. H LESSER
Attorney at Law
West Palm Beach, Fla.
8/12-19-26 9/2-9
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THK CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
KLEVENTII .ICI'ICIAL CIRCUIT
oF FI/IRIDA, IN AND FOR PAI>F.
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No.
1268 IS
EMILY TORncoi.l.o AMBR08E,
Plaintiff, vs. JolIN AMBROSE, De-
fendai I
TO: JOHN AMBROSE,
74 Grand Street,
Fatcrson. New Jersey
YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to
file an appearance in the above suit
for divorce on the Srd day of October.
1949, otherwise the allegations of said
Bill of Complaint will be taken as
i fessed by > ou.
This order is to be published in The
.[.wish Florldlan once each week for
four o) consecutive weeks
This, the 3i'th day of August. 1949.
F. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
l'ade Countv, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Plaintiff
Seybold Building
9/2-9-16-23
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THK CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
llth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR HADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 126657.
SALLY S. SHANK, Plaintiff, vs.
WILLIAM J, SHANK, JR., Defend-
TO: WILLIAM J. SHANK, JR.
Schrule's Cabins.
McKee City, New Jersey
You are hereby ordered to file your
appearance or answer to the bill of
complaint for divorce filed against
you by SALLY S SHANK on or be-
fore the 16 day of September, 1949,
otherwise the allegations of said bill
will be taken as confessed against
you.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. TV. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
CEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Solicitor for plaintiff
- 19-16 9/2-9
Loar School Will
Begin Fall Term
September 28
The Lear Day School, Miami
Beach's oldest, will begin its fall
semester September 28. It will
be open for inspection and regis-
tration during all of September.
The school, in operation for
more than 15 years, is located in a
coral rock building amidst gar-1
dens that extend 350 feet along j
Biscayne Bay. There is a 75-foot
swimming pool on the campus.
Regular academic training is
provided for nursery-aged chil-
dren, as well as those taking col-
lege preparatory courses. Lear
graduates are now attending lead-
ing northern universities.
In addition to regular academic
courses, the school offers such
extra curicular activities as
classes in costume designing and
drama.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
National Chemical Products at 1320
N. Bayshore Drive, Miami, Florida,
intend to i.i:i.-t. r said name with
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida
MAX GOLDBERG
LARRY L. STEWART
IIV SCHWARTZ
Partn. -
: 2-9-16 -
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY G1VF.N that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
NIVBN MANUFACTURING CO. (NOT
INCORPORATED) at 3J9S N. W.
22nd Avenue, Miami, Florida, intends
to register said name with the Clei k
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida,
WILLIAM X1VEN
9/2-9-16-23-30
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THK
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OK
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY-. IN CHANCERY, No.
126814.
EDITH TARASIEWICZ De DAPPER,
Plaintiff, vs. MAURICE Ue DAf-
I'ER, Defendant.
You, MAURICE De DAPPER, 214
Madison Avenue, Elmira, New York,
are notified to file your Appearance
in the above cause for Divorce on or
before September 23. 1919. or a De-
cree Pro Confesso will be entered
against you.
DATED: August 24, 1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By F. J. GOULD.
Deputy Cl-ik.
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Plaintiff
922 Seybold Building,
Miami, Florida
|/26 9/2-9-16
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN Till: COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No,
In Re:' ESTATE OF
JACOB MINOWITZ,
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
Ing Claims or D. mandj Against Said
Estate:
y an I h of you, are hereby
I and required to present any
nds which yo oi
against' the
estate of JACOB MINOWITZ de-
' Dadi County, Florida
to the H n w p BLANTON, County
County, and file the
fflce In the County
In 1 .. le county. Florida
eight calendar months from
publication here-
lalms or demands to con-
of the claimant
, "to and presented as
me will be barred See
8* : II 120 of the 1933 Probate Act
1' -%- isi ::. aip 1949
BERTHA MINOWITZ,
As Executrix of the Last Will and
Testament of JACOB MINOWITZ
11. ... -..,! i
THEODORE J. SAKOWITZ
>' for Executrix
:. i-2( 2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
A & B Beauty Shop at 205 Congress
Building, Miami, Florida, Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
ABE SHATKIN,
Sole Owner
A. J. KAPLAN
Attorney for applicant
Congress Bldg.
S/26 9/2-9-16-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Hurnev's Photo Center at 1141-43 West
Flagler Street, Miami, Florida. In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Countv, Florida.
PHOTO ILLUSTRATORS, INC.
A Florida Corporation
By Burnev Lashman, President
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicant
Seybold Building
8/19-26 9/2-9
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS^
NAME LAW US
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tl,,,
the undersigned, desiring to eiig-igJ
business under the flctltl
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
County, Florida.
LOUIS QITTLEMAN
Sole Owner
8/12-19-26 9/2
the
Dada
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 126626.
VICTORIA ROBSON, Plaintiff, vs.
STEPHEN E. ROBSON, Defendant.
TO: Stephen E. Robson
224 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, other-
wise a Decree Pro Confesso will be
entered against you.
Dated this loth day of August.
1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
HAROLD SHAPIRO
Attorney for Plaintiff
927 Lincoln Road
8/19-26 9/2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERESY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BEACH TOGGERY SHOP at number
6606 Collins Avenue In the URy ot
Miami Beach, Florida, Intends to ree.
Ister the said name with the Clerk or
the Circuit Court of Dade County
Florida.
ISIDORE ARONOVITZ
ARONOVITZ, WE1NKLE &
ARONOVITZ
74S Seybold Building
Miami, Fla.
8/12-19-26 9/2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Dade Warehouse at 30(t> N \v n
River Drive, Miami. Florida. Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dads County
Florida.
DAVID POTTASH
ELRY STONE
Congress Bldg., Miami
Attorney for Applicant
8/12-19-26 9/2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
E & I. POULTRY & FISH MARKET
at 615 N. W. 2nd Avenue, Miami,
Florida, intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade Countv, Florida
HERBERT EDELSTEIN
AL LILIENFELD
LEO SHEINBR
Attorney for Applicants
1204-03 Pacific Bldg.
8/26 9/2-9-16
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND For DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN CHANCERY, No.
126769.
GERTRUDE DOSTIS. Plaintiff, vs.
MILTON DOSTIS, Defendant.
You, MILTON DOSTIS, 216 E 75th
Street, New York City. New York.
are notified to file your appearance
In the above cause for divorce on the
22nd day of September, A.D. 1949,
otherwise decree pro confesso will be
entered against you.
Dated this 22nd day of August,
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN e"Uty Cle*
Attorney for Plaintiff
Seybold Bldg.
,26 9/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
A RON'S DEPARTMENT STORE
at number 3"7 North Second Road. In
the City of South Miami, Florida. In-
tend to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
MORRIS A RON
ESTHER ARON
HERMAN SI EG A L
Attorney at law
H06 Congress Building
Miami. Florida
S/26 9/2-9-16-23
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
The Jewish Floridian so-
licits your legal notices.
We appreciate your
patronage and guaran-
tee accurate service at
legal rates. Phone 2-1141
for messenger service.
... .,, 0RDER T0 APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
'' FJ-ORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
F&Ss*"- ~ 1N e***"***. No.
FI?,A:,'C!S. EDWIN KNOWLTON,
Plaintiff, vs. MARGARET KNOWL-
TON, Defendant.
-,TOU\ MARGARET KNOWLTON.
I-onda. New York, are required to file
an appearance In the above entitled
suit for divorce on the 19 day of
September, 1919. or a decree pro con-
fesso win be entered against you.
Dated this 17 day of August, 1949
E B. LEATHERMAN,
... .. Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING.
MOIE J. L. TENDR.CHPU'y ^^
Attorney for Plaintiff
6u7 Biscayne Building
Miami, Florida
b.19-26 9/2-9
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No.
22814.
In Re: ESTATE OF
MORRIS J. GERSTEIN,
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands AgaUxjt
Said Estate:
You, and ench of you, are hsreby
notified and required to present anv
claims and demands which you, or
either of you. may have against the
estate of MORRIS J. GEBjSTEIN de-
ceased late of Dade Countv, Florida
to the Hon. W. F. BLANTPON. Countv
Judge of Dade County, and file th*
same In his office In the County
Courthouse In Dad* Countv, Florida
within eight calendar months from
, 0ate of the flrMt Publication here-
of. Said claims m demands to contain
the legal address of the claimant and
to be sworn to and presented as afore-
said, or same will be barred. See Sec-
tion 120 of the 1933 Probate Act
Date August 8, A.D. 1949
v^W-Vrv",1'" f'-EASON and
E. DAVID ROSEN
As Co-executors of the Last Will
^FRSTV.v"^' 0f MORRIS J.
tih.KSTl.lN', Deceased
E. DAVID ROSEN
B49 Seybold Bldg.
Miami. Fla.
Attorney for Executors
S/12-19-26 9/2
ORDER OF PUBLICATION!---------
1N, E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
pi/ mnJAUD,UL CIRCUIT P
COP N TV' tvAB FO" DADB
12636- ~ IN CHANCERT. No.
LEO
nla. are" no^fie,^ ^f^u/a'p':
l'orcean0eonlVehV,bnVe <' "o' DD
1411 or L befoI? September 5.
l.e enrrt ?Te. Pr0 Confesso will
"e entered against you
1949 : Th'8 ,st da'y ot August,
.Circuit CBourVS,ERMAN- C,Mk'
By WM. W. STOCKING.
MAX R. SILVER.
Attorney for Plaintiff
8/5-12-19-26 9/2
Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FI/IRIDA, IN AND POH DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
126571.
MARY THOMPSON BLATTY, Plain-
tiff, vs. EDWARD BLATTY, De-
fendant.
To: EDWARD BLATTY
No 323 Bryant Street, N.E.,
Washington, D. C.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a bill of complaint for annulment
has been filed against you, an,I you
are hereby required to file your ap-
pearance or answer herein on or be-
fore September 12th. 1919. otherwise
the allegations of said bill will be
taken as confessed by you
Dnted at Miami, Florida, this 11
day of August. 1949
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W.
MARX FABER
Solicitor for Plaintiff
412 Congress Building
Miami, Florida
8/12-19-26 9/2
STOCK I Mi.
Deputy Clerk
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
CX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR BADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
126412
ttVELYN BECKNELL, Plaintiff, vs.
GEORGE LESTER BECKNELL
Defendant.
YOU. GEORGE LESTER BECE-
rvELL, Residence Unknown, are noti-
fied to file your appearance In the
aebove cause for divorce, on or before
September ft, 1949, or a derive pro
confesso will be entered against yon,
DATED: August 4, 1949.
E. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIOE
Deputy Clerk.
MAX R SILVER.
Attorney for Plaintiff
Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
S/5-12-19-26 9/2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
..._ NAME LAW
,>,NuT'CE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
, nty, Florida.
RUTH SILVERS
.,,..._ 8ole Owner
weInstI'in7- *
^T^co'ln^Ro^d^"03"1
8 19-26 9/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
DANIEL F.Ws-E-R1 MBTB
tWJZl A,pdpg,,c*nt
8/12-19-26 9/2
^^S*
IN
ysi?%o? SEfflrakn*
In Re. ESTATE OF
JULIUS ELKIN,
Deceased.
T'lng11 CH|dmrS and. A" ****** Hav-
Sald Es't'aTe- Ue,"a"ds Aa'""t
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
22S89
In Re: ESTATE OF
LENA MARCUS,
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Person* Hay-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You. and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you. may have against the
estate of LENA MARCUS deceased
late of Dade County, Florida, to the
Hon. W. P BLANTON. County Judge
of Dade County, and file the same in
his office In the County Courthouse
in Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the dat' of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or
same will be barred See Section 120 of
the 1933 Probate Act.
Date August 23, A.D. 1949
MEYER MARCUS.
As Administrator of the Estate of
LENA MARCUS, Deceased
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Admlnlstrator
Seybold Bldg.
8/26 9/2-9-16
the 1933 Probate Act.
uate August 11, A.D. 1949.
120 of
DE
mL^,^8^;^'".
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name or
ALRAY SHOPPE at number 121 South
Miami Avenue, in the City of Miami.
Florida, intends to register the saw
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
HENRY STEINBERG
ARONOVITZ, WEINKLE AND
ARONOVITZ
Attorneys for Applicant
Seybold Building
8/19-26 9/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW ....
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name 01
G. B. Market at 400 N. W. 19th Street,
Miami, Florida. Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of "'
Circuit Court of Dade County. Floriua
MORTON PORWICK *
JACK PORWICK.
MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants
Seybold Bldg
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1949
JenislifhorldHar
PAGE ELEVEN
Israeli Newsletter
By ADA OREN
(OopyrlRht. 1940, Jewish Telegraphic Agoney, Inc.)
Rail And Road Communications In Israel
TEL AVIVThe greatly damaqed rail network of Israel is
being repaired at top speed. Blown-up bridqes are being rebuilt,
stretches of track relaid where they were torn up by saboteurs
or to obtain material for fortifications, by-passes are constructed
where tracks pass throuqh Arab territory, and a new express
line is being built between He-
dera and Tel Aviv.
With the completion of a new
Tel Aviv railway station, to obvi-
ate a long standing disruption of
road traffic in the Tel Aviv-Jaffa
area, the whole former Palestine
railway system will be in opera-
tion again within a few months,
with one of its eternal causes for
deficits eliminated by the ex-
clusion of the Transjordan-Hejaz
linf. Even the line to Gaza, which
will now end in the desert, next
to nowhere, is expected to pay
its way by carrying pipe and
other heavy materials for the de-
velopment of the Negev.
The Jewish bus and truck com-
panies, which were responsible
for part of the adverse balance
of Palestine's railways in the past
lost their struggle against the re-
sumption of rail traffic a year
ago, and are now fighting only-
rear guard actions. The railway
porkshops are already busy re-
fitting existing equipment. New
rolling-stock is to be ordered
with sterling balances recently
unfrozen in Britain. There will be
only one class of cars, with dining
cars and other luxuries available
at an extra charge.
While the complaint in the old
days was that the Palestine Rail-
road served mostly Arab villages,
a Jewish village in the Sharon is
now protesting against the new
track being laid there on the
grounds that it fears the dis-
turbance of its rural peace. In
spite of the needs of the villages
on the Jerusalem line, the half
million pounds ($1,500,000) re-
quired to transfer part of the
track out of the danger zone and
into the area of intensive develop-
ment and quarrying is not yet
available.
There is some talk of granting
a concession to a private company
for the building of a subway in
the Tel Aviv area, which could
also connect the city's new rail-
way station with the southern
line and eliminate the time-wast-
ing Lydda by-pass.
Besides, a reputable foreign
company has offered the govern-
ment of Israel detailed plans for
the construction and operation of
an electrified express line between
Tel Aviv and Haifa. Israel's rail-
way engineers have already
worked out technical details for
the construction of a second road
along this route. Although this
would be expensive, one safe rail-
way trackthe old one skirts the
frontieris clearly insufficient
for the development of the dune-
covered coast. The area is suitable
for towns and could support a
considerable immigrant popula-
tion if it had speedy access to the
centers of industry. The fear of
granting concessions to foreigners
in such a vital branch of the eco-
nomy is one retarding factor in
the communications set-up.
With the arrival of the thous-
ands of trucks and buses, together
with auxiliary equipment, now
being ordered in the United
States and financed partly by the
U.S. loan and partly by private
credits, the situation in this field
is expected to improve greatly,
but this is still a matter of months
at least. Two consecutive wars
and the enormous population in-
crease are the main causes of the
shortage of transportation facili-
ties, but the bus cooperatives, op-
erating under monopoly condi-
tions, are also coming in for a
good deal of criticism for their ir-
responsible financial policy which
permitted the withdrawal of large
sums of operating capital in the
form of bonuses.
Even now, when they are re-
quired to accept veterans as mem-
bers on easy terms, they found no
other way to grant them equality
than that of reducing the older
members' shares by withdrawal
of half their value in cash. Since
it is very hard to find suitable
candidates for these co-ops, few
drivers having the required thous-
ands of pounds, two years of local
driving experience and other
qualifications, the coops have
been resorting to hired labor in
spite of their charters, and con-
stantly have to reorganize these
emergency measures under the
pressure of Histradruth rules for
cooperatives.
No funds are available to na-
tionalize or transfer to city own-
ership even part of these services,
and the prospect of bureaucratic
administration is also not cher-
ished. The unification of all co-
operatives and the opening of
their books to public control has
been suggested by the government
as the only permanent alterna-
tive to the introduction of com-
petition on the roads, but no de-
cision has been taken so far. It
is hoped that even the stronger
ones among them will be more
amenable to persuasion once the
railway functions and additional
buses have to be financed and
operated somehow.
Recently the government has
begun to end overcharging, main-
ly by taxis and trucks. The taxi
drivers' association has even be-
gun to supervise its members in
the face of the threat of a govern-
ment-operated service for tour-
ists if they continue their pro-
fiteering. The current fall in
transportation costs is hard on
new settlements, which usually
finance agricultural ventures
partly from the earnings of their
trucking enterprises.
Existing roads are being wid-
Opening Dates For Beth Sholom
Religious Schools Are Announced
Temple Beth Sholom Sunday
School will re-open on September
11 and the daily Hebrew School
on September 12 with an ex-
pected registration of 500 pupils.
"We are prepared to be able to
serve at least 100 more pupils
than last year," Mrs. Leon J. Ell,
chairman of the religious school
board, said. "Additional class-
rooms, bringing the total to 17,
and new air-cooling equipment
have been provided.
"The school building has been
painted thorughout and addition-
al facilities installed make it
one of the finest school plants in
the south, comparable to the best
public schools."
Bus transportation will again
be furnished for children residing
north of 63rd St., she said.
Reappointed as principal is Syd-
ney J. Greenberg. Appointed as
Sunday school and Hebrew school
teachers are H. Bargtil, Mrs. Jean
Berman, Miss Sarah Brameister,
Mrs. Gertrude Edelman, Herman
Fried, Mrs. David Gordon Mrs.
Natalie Gray, Mrs. Rose Kelemer,
Miss Betty Korash, Mrs. Bess
Marder, Mrs. Doris Pardo, and
Miss Ann Shklair.
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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 2, 1949
T'v.n'.'.'v.v.v.^
n-.-L1-.MlVVll.il'
Off the Record
Bv NATHAN ZIPRIN
cssssxsxxxsxsxsaxcsxBsscassssx:
35335333:
Beware of Pakistan .
Chaudbry Khaliqua z a m m a n.
president of the All-Pakistan
Moslem League, is about to tour
Iran. Iraq. Lebanon. Turkey.
Egypt and Saudi Arabia ... He
wants to win over all those coun-
tries to the idea of an "Islamic
Bloc'" An economic confer-
ence of Moslem nations is planned
for November in Karachi .
Pakistan is numerically and po-
tentially the most powerful Mos-
lem country ... A new situation
is bound to develop if Pakistan
gains economic and political
strength and becomes a rallying
center of a Mohammedan bloc
. Pakistan's attitude toward the
State of Israel may become one
of the crucial developments of the
future For a long time con-
sistent efforts have been made
bv British and Arab agitators in
Pakistan to foment anti-Israel
bias .
Public Sores On Private
Life of Ben Gurion .
The Israeli Premier Ben Gurion
receives a salary of 75 pounds a
at the Commodore Hotel in New
York After the conference
this writer asked the future Pre-
mier what his plans were in the
event Britain resorted to greater
military force in Palestine
His reply was: "If necessary I
personally will take over the de-
fense of the Yishuv" .
From Many Corners ...
Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, who has
been resting at a French resort,
is about to return to the United
States The chances of the
potash works in Israel resuming
their activities are bright The
idea of organizing sweepstakes in
Israel is under discussion
New concerted efforts are about
to be made in Washington by
Zionists and Jewish bodies to
counteract the unfavorable atti-
tude which has been manifested
both by the White House and the
State Department towards Israel
... As usual. Israel's Ambassador
Eliahu Elat is on the alert .
His diplomatic skill has won
many friends for the State of
Israel John Hersey has com-
aidi> ui 1 *j y\j\*n\*o *. Israel JUiiii nciac.* iwa *.v..i-
month With tax deductions pieted his novel on the Warsaw
of 35 pounds a month he has left; Ghetto during the last war .
only 40 pounds or S420 monthly < jacob Glatstein. scintillating es-
. '. He lives in the same simple: savist and one of the most out-
abode as he did prior to his pre-
miership When on one of
the Jewish holidays he enter-
tamed several guests at dinner,
he and seme of the guests as-
sisted Mrs Ben Gurion in wash-
standing Yiddish poets, is to re-
present the Yiddish PEN. Club
at the International P.E.N. con-
gress in Venice Should a de-
bate develop at Venice over the
admission of the German PEN
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ing the dishes Ben Gurion ciUD t0 the international body,
and other Mapai leaders have an' Glatstein can be counted on giv-
enviable record of lives devoted ;ng brilliant leadership to the op-
to an ideal, of lives of material position ... He is a graduate of
sacrifices Their salaries w-ere New york University's School of
always modest ... It is this in-
tegrity which explains why they
have "such hold on the people of
Israel Even the middle class
the wealthy Jewsno matter
what their grievances, and they
have manyhave unquestionable
faith and confidence in the in-
g] ity of the Mapai leaders .
A couple of months ago Ben
Law.
Morris Cohen Hit By
Car, Fatally Injured
Morris Cohen. 79. father of
Charles Cohen, owner of the Mar-
tinique Hotel, was fatally injured
, Tuesday when struck by a car
A couple of months ago Ben g d Washington Avc..
Gurion purchased a fngidaire. re- Mj Beach
placing an old. broken ice-box
. The workman was supposed
to received some four pounds for
installing the fngidaire but re-
fused the money ... He wanted
to have the honor of having ren-
dered a service to Ben Gurion
Miami Beach.
A resident of this area for the
past 16 years. Mr. Cohen, who
lived at 227 1st St., Miami Beach,
was formely in the restaurant
business in New York.
Besides the son. Charles, he is
Merr.cnal Chapel and remains
were sent to New York for in-
'."Such te'thep pularity of Ben survived byhu wife. Miriam: an-
Gurion His reputation as mili- sor. Meyer, two daughters
tary strategist is surpassed only ^,,/^die dMX"
by his reputation as statesman JoUie Stem.eld. ..11 of M:cmi
... It is no accident that he holds Be=S* ... .
the portfolio of Minister of De- Services were .held
fense. a post he hopes to relin-
quish when tranquility returns
. Some years ago. at the height -e-=__________________
of the tensi n with Britain. Ben' ... ,
Gurion held a press conference nabbi h>ronisn s rather
Dies In Brooklyn
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Louis L. Fox is president of the
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Academy and the Home for the
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A meeting of the Pittsburgh
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held Monday at 8 p.m. at the Mi-
ami Beach Elks Club. Officers
will be elected.
A feature of the evening will
be the showing of movies taken
at the organization's picnic at
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PAGE THIRTEEN
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
Congregation Beth El (Ortho-
dox), 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi
Murray Grauer. Cantor Milton
Friedman.
Friday evening: services 6:30. Sab-
bath morning- service at 8:30 a.m.
li-ir Mltsvah of Sheldon, son of Mr.
and Mr* Philip Hittleman. Rabbi
Qrauer will address the young man.
Junior congregation at 10 a.m. Mliu-ha
I 6 followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily
service 8 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.
Temple larael (Reform). 137
N.E. 19th St. Rabbi Colman A.
Zwitman; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan,
Rabbi Emeritus.
Sabbath evening- service at 8:15.
Temple Emanu-El (Reform),
1801 S. Andrews Ave., Fort Laud-
erdale. Dr. Marius Ranson, Rabbi.
Friday evening- services at 8:00.
Rabbi Hanson will officiate.
Jewish Community Center
(Conservative), 2020 Polk St..
Hollywood.
Friday evening services at 8:15.
Saturday services at 9:00 a.m. during
bummer. Anyone wishing a Minyan
for Yahrselt is asked to call Hyman
Hebrew Academy, 918 6th St.,
Miami Beach.
Friday evening services at 6:30. Sat-
urds) morning services at 9. MIndia
ai 6:15. Dally services at 7:30 a.m.
.mil 8:30 p.m. Tickets for High Holi-
day services now available.
Temple Isaiah (Reform), 1065
Dade Blvd., Miami Beach. Rabbi
David Raab.
Friday evening services at 8:15.
Rabbi Moshay l\ Mann will conduct
services and deliver the sermon. A
reception to welcome the rabbi will
f..||o\v the services.
Israelite Center (General), 3346
S.W. 24th St.
Dally services at 7 a.m. Friday night
services at 8 p.m. Refreshments will
be served Immediately following the
services. Saturday morning- services
at a.m.
Congregation Young Israel (Or-
thodox), 4001 Chase Ave., Miami
Beach.
Friday evening services at 6. Sab-
bath morning services at 9. Mlncha at
6:5". Dally services at 8 a.m. and
1:30 p.m.
Temple Beth Sholom (Liberal),
4144 Chase Ave- Miami Beach.
Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor
Samuel Kelemer.
Friday evening summer service at
8:15 p.m.
Coral Gables Jewish Center
(Liberal).
Services discontinued until the fall.
United Jewish Scnools, North
Campus, University of Miami.
Discontinued until fall.
Congregation Keneseth Israel
(Orthodox). 1415 Euclid Ave.,
Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H.
Ever.
Friday evening services at 8:16 p.m.
Kabbl Isaac H. Ever will deliver the
sermon. Saturday morning services at
8:30 a.m. AI B p.m. Rabbi Ever will
speak on 'The Ethics of the Fathers "
to be followed by Shalos Seudos
Maariv. Dally services at 8 a.m and
6:30 p.m. followed by class in Jewish
LAWS and Customs. Talmud Torah
registration Sunday.
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation (Orthodox), 1101 S.W.
12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Berele Kelemer.
Services Friday evening at 6:30.
Saturday morning at 9 a.m Bar
Mitzvah of Bernard, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ted Rosenblatt. Rabbi April will
address the young man. Mlncha at 6
p.m. followed by Shalos Seudos and
Zmiros. Maariv at 7:30 p.m. Hebrew
school dally 9 a.m. to 12 noon. Dally
services at 7:30 a.m. and 6:45 p.m.
Committee in charge of ticket sales
for High Holy Day services every
evening from 8-10 p.m. and Sunday
from 10 a.m. to 12 noon. Sunday
school reopens September 11.
Religious Congregation, 4064
N.W. 4th St.
Services Saturday morning at 9:00
o'clock.
Congregation beth Tfilah (Or-
thodox). 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami
Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovsky.
Friday evening service at 6:30 p.m
Saturday morning at 8:30 Rabbi
Rackovsky will s|>eak on "Jewish Ed-
ucationWhat Is It?" Saturday at
5:30 p.m. Rabbi Rackovsky will speak
on "The Ethics of the Fathers." fol-
lowed by Mlncha, Shalos Seudos and
program of Palestinian songs. Maariv
will follow. Dally services at 7:30 a.m.
Class In Mlshna will be addressed
by the Rabbi. Services at 6:30 p.m.
followed by a class In Jewish laws
and customs.
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center (Conservative). 1701
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor
Jacob Y. Goldring.
Friday evening service at 6:15. Sat-
urday morning service at 9. Rabbi
Lehrman will preach on "The Weekly-
Portion of the Law." Daily services
at B a.m. and 6:15 p.m
Congregation Beth David (Con-
servative). 135 N.W. Third Ave.
Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice
Mamches.
Friday evening services at 6:30. Sab-
hath morning services at 8:30. Rabbi
Shapiro and Cantor Mamches will of-
ficate.
Congregation Beth Jacob (Or-
thodox), 301-311 Washington Ave..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff.
Friday evening service at 6:30 p.m.
Sabbath service at 8:30 a.m. Mlncha
at 6:30 followed by Shalos Seudos.
Rabbi Meschelotf will speak on the
Portion of the Week. Dally sessions of
the Religious School Monday through
Friday from 9 a.m. to 12 noon. Seat-
ing committee for the sale of holiday
tickets will be at the synagogue from
9 a.m. to 9 p.m. dally excepting the
Sabbath.
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N. W. Religious Group
Plans Holiday Services
The Northwest Religious Con-
gregation will conduct High Holy
Day services at 3681 N.W. 2nd
St., according to an announcement
by Nat Pollack.
As there are only a limited
number of seats, Pollack urges
all persons who wish to attend
services to make reservations im-
mediately. Ticket chairman is I.
Rubenstein, 4064 N.W. 4th St..
telephone 4-9861. Tickets are five
dollars per person.
The congregation, which has
been organized for approximately
a year, conducts services Satur-
day morning at 4064 N.W. 4th St.
Reception To Honor
Rabbi And Mrs. Skop
Rabbi and Mrs. Morris A. Skop
will be honored at a reception
to be given by the Coral Gables
Jewish Center Sunday, Septem-
ber 11, from 8 to 11 p.m. at the
Coral Gables Elks Club, 22
Giralda.
Fred Hunt Seeks
Commission Seat
Fred T. Hunt, 45, building
trades foreman, announced last
weekend that he
would try for a
commission post
in the November
election. Hunt
was a candidate
for the post in
1945.
Hunt, who
lives at 1563 S.
W. 2nd St., an-
nounced his can-
didacy in 1940
but failed to
qualify. He has
twice been a
candidate in the Democratic pri-
mary for state representative but
was defeated.
"Action, Not Promises" will be
his slogan, he disclosed.
The drinking of alcohol is
more often a symptom of men-
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UVES OF OUR TIMES
S
0RN IN RUSSIA IN I895.A YOUNG
IAD SOUGHT HIS CAREER IN AMERICA
AND ROSE TO THE PRESIDENCY OF ONE
Of THE LARGEST AND MOST POWERFUL
LABOR UNIONS IN THE COUNTRY...
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DAVID BECAME A BAKERS APPREN-
TICE.EVENTUAllY.HE JOINED THE BAK-
ERS'UNION &IED THM IN STRIKES A-
GAINST UNJUST WORKING CONDITIONS
EMUD TO SIBERIA FOR THESE |'
WMN5KV ESCAPED ANCHWGVTHT0
AUFRIfA IN 1911 HE STUOIED ENGLISH AT
NIGHT AFERWORK.NG A M HOUR DAY AS
A CUTTER.THUS ADVANCING HIMSELF
QUICKLY. fc y <"/*
BY 1922 HE HAD BECOME MANAGER Of
THE CUTTERS UNION.WHEN THE PRESI-
DENT OF THE INTERNATIONAL LADIES
GARMENT WORKERS' UNION (ILGWU)DIED
IN 1952 DU8INSKY WAS ELECTf D PRESIDENT.
SINCE THEN.0NE OF DUBINSKYS MAJOR
UNION POLICIES HAS BEEN CLEAR-CUT:
TO CLEAN OUT THE LEFTIST AND RADI-
CAL MEMBERS.WHOM HE DECLARED
COULD ONLY RUIN THE UNION.
IN m) THE ILGVVU DONATED FUNDS TO ER-
ECT AN APARTMENT HOUSE UNIT IN WARSAW
ASA MEMORIAL TO THE POLISH GHETTO
JEWS WHO PERISHED THERE.______
AS A SOLUTION TO THE DP. PROBLEM,
DUBINSKY REQUESTED THEGOVERMENT
TO ALLOW 10.000 SKILLED NEEDLE
WORKERS INTO THE U.S. IN I94T,STAT-
ING THAT THIS WOULD'FUL AN
ACCUTE SHORTAGE OF TRAINED MEN.
PROUD OF HIS UNION ACHIEVEMENTS.AND
PROUDER STILL OF HIS JEWISH ANCESTRY,
HE STRIVES UNCEASINGLY FOR BETTER
RELATIONS BETWEEN LABOR AND
MANAGEMENT...
JEWS IN SPORTS
By HASKELL COHEN
A rumor current in big league
circles is that the New York
Giants have taken an option on
Portland's star hurler. Hal Saltz-
man. Portland officials deny the
rumor but do not hesitate to af-
firm that Saltzman will undoubt-
edly be sold to a big league club
before the Pacific Coast season
comes to a close. At the present
writing Hal has 17 wins under his
belt and cannot help copping at
least twenty victories before he
calls it a season. He has a 2.90
earned run average per game, no
mean feat in these days of the
far riding apple.
Sid Gordon, the New York
Giants' hard belting third sacker.
celebrated his thirty-first birth-
day last week and was the reci-
pient of a cake baked by en-
thusiastic female Giant followers.
Herb Karbel. veteran hurler
with Sacramento in the Pacific
Coast League, is looking forward
to a radio career when his left
arm loses its cunning. Herb is a
veteran of the New York Yankee
chain.
Fred Sington. former outfeilder
with Washington and Brooklyn
and various minor league clubs.
was elected president of the
Southeastern Conference football
officials recently. Sington. who
is in the sporting goods business
in Birmingham. Alabama, moved
up from the vice presidency, suc-
ceeding T. G. Kain. another base-
ball man. who is affiliated with
the Pittsburgh Pirates.
Al Rosen is beginning to belt
the daylights out 0/ the ball jor
the San Diego Padres and war-
rants a return to the Cleveland
Indians. The sudden emergence
0/ Berardino as a Cleveland in-
field replacement has halted
the contemplated recall' 0/ the
Jewish youth.

Red Auerbach. former coach of
the Washington Caps hoop team,
and currently on the coaching
staff at Duke" University is tour-
ing the eastern seaboard looking
for likely basketball prospects.
He took time off from his search
to coach an all star aggregation
in a Catskill Mt. resort Damon
Runyan hoop contest.
from classroom to Poughkeepsie.
in 1947his first professional
baseball yearin order to make
up for time lost while serving
with the Third Army Medical
Aid Station in Europe during the
war. Sandy received his BA de-
gree in Business Administration
last spring.
In fact, it was through his play
at Poughkeepsie that Silverstein
received a Savannah contract. His
manager, the late Eric McNair,
former A's shortstop, went to Sa-
vannah as mentor last season and
got the A's to sign him before
taking over the Georgia team.
While in college. Sandy built
up quite a reputation. In three
varsity years, he won 20 games
and lost'only four. In 1946. after
pitching a no-hitter against
Brooklyn College, he earned a
spot on the Eastern All-Star team
that beat the Western stars at
Fenway Park in Boston. Silver-
stein hurled 3 frames. In 1947 he
captained NYU into the NCAA
tournament at New Haven. A toe
injury kept him off the mound
but he played centerfield. NYU
defeated Illinois but then lost to
Yale.
Perlmutter Speaks To
World Federalists
"World Peace or World War"
was the theme of an address by
J. Jay Perlmutter, new president
of the Miami Beach chapter of
the United World Federalists, at
the first invitational and public
meeting of the group at the Rob-
ert Richter Hotel Monday eve-
ning.
Perlmutter. long an active civic
worker, is a member of the board
of governors of World Govern-
ment at Rollins College, a mem-
ber of the board of directors of
the United Jewish Federation,
president of the Temple of Isaiah
and was founder and president
of the National Cancer Founda-
tion.
Other officers of the world
government group include Dr.
Jacob Kaplan, honorary president.
Judge Daniel P. Galen, vice presi-
dent, Geneivieve M. Thompson,
secretary, and Judge Harold
Spaet, treasurer.
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AGE, FIFTEEN
Beth David Sisterhood Will Hold
Labor Day Weekend Carnival
A Labor Day weekend carnival
beginning tomorrow at 8 p.m. and
ending Monday will be sponsored
bv Beth David Sisterhood on the
site of their new building at 26lh
and 27th Roads on S.W. 3rd Ave.
According to president of the
sisterhood, Mrs. Harry Gordon, a
midway of games rides and
amusements for both adults and
children has been planned. A
playground nursery will be pro-
vided where parents may leave
Deutsch Death Evokes
Sympathy Of Workers
At Miami Federation
The death in New York recent-
ly of Sylvan D. Deutsch, 51, field
representative of the United Jew-
ish Appeal, evoked expressions of
Sylvan Deutsch
sympathy from members of the
professional staff of Federation
and many communal leaders who
worked with Mr. Deutsch in the
1949 and previous Combined Jew-
ish Appeals.
"It is hard to grasp that Mr.
Deutsch is no longer with us,"
stated Morris Klass, executive di-
rector of Federation. "His un-
flagging cheerfulness and en-
thusiasm for the work of secur-
ing funds for the United Jewish
Appeal helped immeasurably in
the success of our campaign. It
will be hard for the UJA to re-
place this loyal worker."
Mr. Klass stated that Mr.
Deutsch had been instrumental in
organizing many of the trades and
professions for the last two cam-
paigns conducted in this city.
Among these were the lawyers,
physicians, social service work-
ers, accountants and drug group.
Mr. Deutsch was a lawyer by
profession and a painter by
avocation. He had been with the
UJA for the past eight years. He
succumbed, after undergoing an
operation during his vacation for
what had appeared a minor sur-
gery.
Fishmans Visit Here
Visiting in Miami this Week are
Dr. and Mm. Julius Fishman of
St Petersburg. Dr. Fishman is
State ADL chairman of the Flor-
ida State Federation of B'nai
Bnth Lodges.
. While in Miami, Dr. Fishman
is conferring with Gilbert J.
Balkin, director of Florida re-
gional office, Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith, regarding
l'' Planning of Florida regional
ADL conferences scheduled to be
held in various sections of the
Mate during the coming season.
their youngsters in the care of
qualified nursery teachers.
For the amusement of the
kiddies, Mrs. Gordon said, there
will be pony rides, balloon darts,
bean bag toss, fish pond and
ring toss, and a real circus clown
will be on hand to enliven the
proceedings.
Admission to the grounds is
free and proceeds of the affair
will go to the building fund.
Refreshments which will be
available include hot dogs, beef-
burgers with all the trimmings,
home made pies, cakes and
cookies, cotton candy, pop corn,
ice cold soda pop and ice cream.
Recorded music will be provided
throughout the three day festival.
Jerome B. Gordon, executive di-
rector, has announced that a
booth will be set up on the
grounds where persons may make
reservations for the High Holiday
services at the new Beth David
structure.
The committee in charge of ar-
rangement is headed by Mrs. Al
Lasko and includes the Mesdames
Gordon, Bernard Schreidell,
George Goldberg, Saul Marinoff,
Isadore Cohen, Edward Merlin,
Harry Einhorn, Frank Rose,
Jacob Gorman, Ernest Sussman,
Samuel Dickson, Sam Levitan,
Paul Barnett and Jerome Weinkle.
Israel Sweepstakes Ticket
Sales Prohibited in U. S.
The central committee of the
Israel War Veterans and the man-
agement of the War Veterans
Fund (Otaar Hahayal) recently
announced that at the direct re-
quest of the government of Israel
it is refusing to authorize the sale
of sweepstakes tickets throughout
the United States and elsewhere
effective immediately.
The organization asks ticket
owners to demand a refund from
those who sold the tickets to
them. Otsar Hahayal did not re-
ceive any money for the sale of
tickets.
The veterans organization is
especially anxious to warn the
public that from this day on no
one has authority to sell any
sweepstakes or other tickets on
behalf of the organization and
asks that this warning be given
the fullest possible publicity by
press, radio and by all Jewish
organizations.
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The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the late Samuel
Kaler, husband of Mrs. Dora
Kaler, will take place Sunday,
September 4, at 2 p.m. in the
Jewish Section of Woodlawn Park
Cemetery with Rabbi Max Shap-
iro officiating. Relatives and
friends are asked to be present.
Rev. Fried Will
Conduct Services
In West Miami
Rev. Philip Fried will serve as
rabbi-cantor at High Holy Day
services to be conducted by the
West Miami Jewish Center at
Fisher Unveiling
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the late Mrs.
Ida Fisher, wife of Morton Fish-
er, will take place Sunday, Sep-
tember 4, at 11:30 a.m. in Mt.
Nebo Cemetery. Relatives and
friends are asked to be present.
H'Its Sanatorium
"Above Average,'
Inspectors Say
DENVER Investigating
charges of alleged "mismanage-
ment" made in a New York in-
junction suit against the Jewish
Consumptives' Relief Society of
Denver, the Colorado State De-
partment of Public Health con-
ducted an inspection of the sana-
torium and summed up its find-
ings as follows: "In general, the
Jewish Consumptives' Relief So-
ciety Sanatorium at Spivak, Colo-
rado, has a well-arranged and
adequate physical plant, provid-
ing excellent medical, surgical
and nursing care, supplemented
by occupational therapy and re-
habilitation. It would appear that
this institution offers tuberculosis
patients an opportunity to re-
cover from their disease under
circumstances well above average
for similar institutions."
The Colorado Public Health
Department report, signed by Dr.
R. L. Cleere, executive director
of the department, counted 189
patients on the day of inspection.
"The water and milk supply,
garbage and waste disposal, and
food sanitation appear to be ex-
cellent and well above the reg-
ular standards," reported Dr.
Cleere.
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Reu. Fried
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Louis Schwartzman Named Director
Of Bureau Of Jewish Education
Louis Schwartzman has been
named executive director of the
Bureau of Jewish Education. Max
Meisel. president of the bureau,
announced this week. Schwartz-
man succeeds A. P. Gannes, who
left recently to assume the post
of director of the Philadelphia
Council on Jewish Education.
Schwartzman has been director
of the Atlanta Bureau of Jewish
Education for the past three
years. He graduated from the
Baltimore Hebrew College and
Teachers Training School, where
he received his Bachelor of He-
brew Letters degree and is now a
candidate for a Ph. D. at
Dropsie College in Philadelphia.
Schwartzman is also a graduate
of the Baltimore City College and
received his Bachelor of Law
from the University of Maryland.
He took advanced work at Johns
Hopkins University.
Prior to serving in Atlanta, he
was assistant at the Board of
Jc v. : executive director of the Associ-
ated Hebrew School in Wilming-
ton, Del. and educational director
of the Wilmington YMHA,
Schwartzman has served as past ..:.i, F^nratinn
national vice president of Young I Ed"c,f'on-f.
Judaoa and past director of thej Married and the father of two
Seaboard Zionist Youth region, children. Schwartzman will ar-
He is a member of the National' rive here next week to make his
Association of Jewish Center home.
25,850 Unemployed
In Israel In July
TEL AVIV. (JTA) Official
statistics released here this week
reveal that 25.850 unemployed
persons registered with labor ex-
changes throughout the country
during July. Nearly-full ein-
plovment was obtained by 11.2.10
registrants while 5.300 worked for
about two weeks during the same
month and 9.300 obtained less
than one wcck"s employment
It was also disclosed that 16.800
Jewish immigrants reached Is-
rael during July. Half of these
came from European countries
while the remainder were from
Turkcv, Tripolitania. Arab coun-
tries and India. Twelve thousand
immigrants, it was added, left
Israel reception camps during
July and settled in various parts
of the country, while a total of
164.000 immigrants reached the
Jewish state during the first seven
months of 1949.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1949
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Synagogue Remains
Unearthed In Israel
JERUSALEM. (JTA)The re-
mains of a Samaritan synagogue
dating back to the fourth century
C.E. have been unearthed in a
site near Latrun under the di-
rection of Prof. Eliezer Sukenik.
of the Hebrew University, it was
reported here. The archaeological
discovery is expected to shed new
light on the history of the Samar-
itan sect.
The area, where the discovery
was made by a group of soldiers,
is on the border of no-man's land,
which separates Israel and Arab
forces. The Jewish troops manned
machine guns to ward off any
possible interference with the
archaelogical excavations, vvluch
took five weeks to complete.
One of the chief finds is two
mosaic floors of the ancient syna-
gogue, which faced Mount Geri-
zim. the center of the surviving
members of the Samaritans. The
floors contain a Greek inscription
which has not yet been decipher-
'ed, two candelabra and a verse
from the Song of Moses in the
Book of Exodus which differs
slightly from the Masoretic ver-
sion generally accepted by Jews.
The finds, including the syna-
gogue floors, have been removed
to the Hebrew University under
[authority of the Israel Depart-
ment of Antiquities. A complete
study of the inscriptions will be
1 made by university and other ex-
perts.
Athletic Event
Add* $12,000 T
Itmivon Fund
In memory of Damon Runyon,
Mrs. Jennie Grossinger staged a
whirlwind athletic carnival at her
Ferndale, N. Y., resort. It netted
$12,000 for the Damon Runyon
Fund for Medical Research.
Participating in the event were
former boxing champion, Barney
Ross; members of the-French and
Italian Davis Cup tennis teams;
Bvron Nelson, Mrs. Mildred
(Babe) Didrikson Zaharias, Her-
man Barron, Mike, Willie and Joe
Turnesa, and other golf greats;
the water polo teams of the New
York Athletic Club and the Mis-
souri Athletic Club, and the East-
ern All-Stars and Grossinger
Big Five basketball squads.
On a radio program, originat-
ing from the Grossinger Country
Club and broadcast via WJZ,
New York, columnist Leonard
Lyons, vice president of the Run-
yon fund, told Allen Prescott that
the $12,000 raised at Grossinger's
had put the total amount of con-
tributions to the cause over the
$3,000,000 mark.
The Runyon athletic carnival
climaxed the 35th anniversary
celebration of the country club.
The planet Neptune is :iu t,mes
farther from the sun than is the
earth, and is probably colder
than 330 degrees beluu 7,.ro ac
cording to the Encyclopaedia
Britannica. '*
Little Bake Shop Reopens
The reopening of the Little
Bake Shop. 2127 Coral Way, re-
cently was well received, ac-
cording to Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Lipset, proprietors.
'"We were happy to welcome
the return of so many of our
satisfied patrons who know the
quality of our products," Lipsets
said.
The bakery, which specializes
in wedding and party cakes, was
awarded an "A" rating from the
State Board of Health.
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Ili^viislhJEIliOipidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY | E 22—NUMBER 35 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1949 PRICE TEN CENTS nomic Survey Group Egypt Will Not Sign Peace |lled Step In Solution Near East Problem Maccabiad Opens luSANNE, OTA)—Paul A. Porter, American representative fUnited Nations Conciliation Commission, said this week I commission's appointment of an economic survey group [Middle East is perhaps the most important step yet taken |p UrilQUOV 400 a solution of the Middle East's problems. orter, who left for Wash-0 Pact, Report Says, As Long As Israel Has Same Border said setting up of the under Gordon R. Clapp, Ian of the Tennessee Valley Jity, marks a reversal of iority which has hitherto Tuiintained by the State Debit and President Truman. Id the change is along the manded for many weeks |h Israel and Arab delegate! to the attitude in Washlhas been to insist that pol| settlement be negotiated Lausanne before the ques| economic development and TO was taken up in Washand Lake Success, Mr. said. "But in view of the v position adopted by both It Lausanne, it became clear fthat a settlement negotiated purely political basis is not (le at present," he added. rere faced, therefore, with tand from certain quarters ihowdown at Lausanne. The Btment of the economic sur>up has averted that situaInd has provided one more lunity for a negotiated did not name any figure. Experts here estimated about $160,000,000 for initial expenditures. The problem, Mr. Porter commented, is not so much finance as good honest administration. He said he had some ideas on the subject based on his experience as head of the United States mission in Greece and that he proposed to put those ideas before the economic survey group at the proper time. Mr. Porter expressed the hope that the group's recommendations will be carried out through negotiation and with the consent of all parties which he said he thought will be possible if they cooperate willingly with the work of the group. The first meeting of the group is expected to be held in Geneva within the next two weeks. It Athletes Compete MONTEVIDEO, (JTA) — The first Maccabiad ever to be held in Latin America opened here this week with 400 Jewish athletes from Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay, Bolivia and Chile participating. The six-day athletic competition, which was opened with brief addresses by Israel Minister to Uruguay, Dr. Jacob Tzur, the mayor of Montevideo and the Uruguayan Minister for Physical Culture, will feature contests in soccer, basketball, tennis and other sports. Menachem Beigin, former commander of the dissolved Irgun Zvai Leumi who recently completed a visit to the Jewish community in Argentina, arrived here and is expected to remain about a week. Hundreds of supporters of Mr. Beigin and the Herut Party LAUSANNE, (JTA>—A firm declaration that no Egyptian government will sign a peace with Israel as long as the two countries have a common frontier was made here this week by the head of the Egyptian delegation, Mohammed Abdel Moneim. The Egyptian representative made t his statement prior to the presentation of the formal^ Arab reply to the questionnaire 0 n Arab affairs, said that he was of the U. N. Conciliation Commission in which all delegations were asked to specify their territorial demands. The Arab reply was couched in general terms and far more extreme than recent discussions would seem to have warranted. The Arabs requested that the frontiers be fixed within the 1947 partition decision of the United Nations, but reserved for themselves the right to make further claims for reasons of security. No specific areas were mentioned. The head of the Egyptian delegation said that whether or not Israel retains Western Galilee. Egypt would insist on the establishment of a buffer state which would provide a security zone for her in southern Palestine. Egypt would also insist that the will then dispatch teams to Arab in Israel, which he leads, turned Palestine, Israel, Transjordan, |out to greet him on his arrival at ^^f^f.A 0 11 '"0 1 ..!."-.".! confident, despite the Egyptian statement, that a solution would be found to Israel's relations with the Cairo regime. Mr. Sassoon said he doubted, however, whether much could be done before the Egyptian elections this fall which, he added, will provide Egypt with elected representatives and a stable government. The questionnaire had also asked the Arab states to indicate the number of Palestine Arab refugees they would be willing to settle in their own countries providing there was adequate financial support from the international community. The Arab reply was couched in general terms and gave no figures on refugees, adding that the number will be stated only after Israel will have raised her own figure. Syria, Egypt, Iraq and Lebanon. I the airport. 106 Nazi Newspapers To Appear In Bavaria With Lifting Of Ban Julius Streicher, hanged at Nuremberg as a war criminal. It MUNICH, (JTA)—A flood of 106 German newspapers, with Porter would not identify \ about four out of five keeping Barters he said were seeking bwdown" which would have od the commission or the %  mic survey group in direct Tmendations to the United ns General Assembly which, rn. would have imposed its ton on both parties—a pros[particularly displeasing to economic survey group will work at once, Mr. Porter and he will remain with Mr. to assist and advise him I the initial phase. With [personnel, the economic sur{ioup will be an almost auius body subordinated to |ommission only in name, he Porter doubted whether was sufficient time left for Iconomic survey group to re|ti> this year's session of the Assembly although it would urgent recommendations |andling of the refugee settlequestion in time for the ber meeting of the Concilia| Commission. He said there no need to produce new projIfor the Middle East. One of great advantages of developps in the Middle East is that paratively small capital exfilures would go a long way, Porter added, although he jentine Anti-Semite itenced For 6 Months JENOS AIRES, (JTA)—Ferlo Mantaras, Argentine antiite who was convicted of havburned a wreath placed by |entine Jews at the monument Grau San Martin, national in Santa Fe, has been sented to six months imprisonat. lantaras' action occurred last jiiuary when the Jews laid the bath to commemorate Argent's extension of de jure recition to the State of Israel, lough the authorities of Santa province condemned the act Mantaras was indicted by a fpd jury, he was later cleared the ease was dismissed. Howfr, the public prosecutor apHed the decision to an appellate j>rt in Santa Fe and was upId. the same names as they had under the Nazi regime, will appear throughout Bavaria shortly with the lifting of military government licensing laws, it was reported here this week. An American military government spokesman said he expected the majority of the publications "to revive chauvinism, rabblerousing, feeling against displaced persons, anti-Semitism and antiAmericanism," the report said. "The nightmare of the return of large numbers of former Nazi publishers in the newspaper field now becomes a reality," he added. was also reported that the reactionary publishers have organized an association—named Die Arbeitsgemeinschaft Fuer Pressefragen—with a capital of 2,000,000 marks to drive out of business publishers licensed by the American forces since the end of the war. Jewish Groups On Argentine Blacklist BUENOS AIRES, (JTA)—Argentine Jewish organizations were included this week in a blacklist ffljft publish aT/Ma" of organizations and leaders accused of treasons by the Peronist daily, "Democracia," which claims a 375,000 circulation. Among the Jewish groups mentioned in the blacklist are the DAIA, central Jewish representaGulf of Akaba be turned over to Arab authority, he said. The Cairo government could not yet say what that authority should be though Egyptians would prefer it to be an independent Arab state in Palestine. Abdel Moneim added that he could not see how the United States or any other power could force Israel to make this concession against her will but that Israel, in that case, should realize that Egypt will have neither commercial nor diplomatic relations with the Tel Aviv government. Eliahu Sassoon, acting head of the Israel delegation and expert London Jews Attacked LONDON, (JTA)—Attack on Jews in the West Hampstead district of London have been taking place for some time, was reported here this week. Anti-Semitic hoodlums—usually youths armed with sticks—have been concentrating their assaults on elderh Jews whom they waylay in deserted sections of the district. Some Jewish residents of Went Hampstead, according to the report, have been so frightened by the new wave of terrorism that they have not reported the attacks to the authorities. ported .. Willmay, former publisher of the notorious Jew-baiting paper "Der Stuermer," which was edited by llabbi Opposes Jewish Seets PATERSON, N. J., (JTA) — A movement to eliminate sectarianism in Jewish religious life in America and to establish a universal synagogue" was launched this week by Rabbi Reuben Kaufman, spiritual leader of a new Jewish congregation here known as Congregation Beth El. "The time has come for the reorientation of Jewish religious philosophy." Rabbi Kaufman said. "The time has come to scrap the labels 'Orthodoxy, Conservatism, Reform. Reconstructionism and what-have-you' in Jewish religious life. With the exception of minor local customs which exist even today among Jews coming from various parts of the world, there are no issues of serious character that warrant the fragmentation of Jewish congregational lives into sects which only create confusion and chaos and befog the minds of the people as to what is or is not Jewish practice or Jewish law. Rabbi Kaufman who served as rabbi of Temple Emanu-El here for 20 years until his retirement to 1948, explained that his new congregation plans to follow the •Sftional Jewish religion, which goes back before the Reform movement began in Germany in 1800." Israel Government Recalls Minister From Bucharest TEL AVIV, (JTA)—Steadily deteriorating relations between Israel and Rumania have led the Israel government to recall its Minister in Bucharest, it was reliably learned this week. Government spokesmen confirmed that the Minister, Reuven Rubin, will return shortly to Tel Aviv, but denied that his recall has any special significance. They • also denied the post will be left vacant for some time, but adtive body in Areentina. and the I mitted that no successor to Mr. Zionist Central Council, representing all Zionist organizations in this country. The blacklist cites as "traitors" Dr. Abraham Mibashan, Jewish Agency representative here, and Jacob Lightman, director of the Latin American department of the Joint Distribution Committee. A joint statement replying to the accusation is expected to be issued shortly by the blacklisted Jewish groups. Jewish leaders included in the blacklist also plan to call on the editor of the Peronist daily to protest the inclusion of their names in the list. Rumanian Immigrants Seek Government Aid In Transferring Families TEL AVIV, (JTA)—Recentlyarrived immigrants from Rumania, whose families—including wives and children—have not yet been permitted to leave Rumania, called on Israel Immigration Minister Moshe Shapira this week to urge that steps be taken to expedite the transfer of their families to the Jewish state. Minister Shapira promised to make "allout efforts" in this direction in the near future. ment of the desirability of reversing or altering its policy of restricting Jewish emigration to Israel has apparently failed. His brief return to Bucharest was for one last try. The Jewish communitv in Rumania, numbering about 350.000. is the largest in Europe today. Judging by the number of applications made in Bucharest for Israel visas, a large majority of the Jews there are anxious to leave Rumania. But the Rumanian authorities allow only small groups to leave and those only aged and infirm. Moreover, for each Jew that is permitted to depart, the Jewish Agency pays the Rumanian government a specified amount in dollars. Rubin has been selected. However, it has been reliably learned from other sources that the Israel legation in Bucharest will be left in the hands of a charge d'affaires and the Minister's post will be left unfilled for some time. This move is a gesture of protest by the Israel government against Rumanian restrictions on Jewish emigration, the steady increase of anti-Zionist propaganda in Rumania and the S iersecution of Rumanian Zionist eaders. Unofficially, it is also learned that the Israel government is deeply offended by the Rumanian appointment of Paul Davidovici— a violent anti-Zionist and leading member of the Communistdominated Jewish Democratic \#.U T ic,„„i Committee—as charge d'affaires' *cni lO Israel of the Rumanian legation in Tel| HAIFA, (JTA)—The 50-ton Aviv. Davidovici arrived in Ispleasure yacht, "Carostella." rael last month in the absence of which was donated to the Israel a Rumanian Minister who has Navy by A. Friedman of WashWashington Man Gives been named but has not yet arrived. Mr. Rubin first went to Bucharest last December. He visited Tel Aviv in the late spring for government consultations, returning to Rumania a little more than four weeks ago. His efforts to convince the Rumanian governington, D. C, was the scene of a brief ceremony here this week in which its former American flag was exchanged for the national emblem of the Jewish state. Captain Shlomo Shamir, commandant of the Israel Navy, accepted the vessel on behalf of the government.



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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 2, 1949 +Jewlsti ncrldtlar PAGE FIVE Rabbi Moshay P. Mann Takes Over Pulpit At Temple Isaiah Tonight Rabbi Moshay P. Mann has been appointed spiritual leader of Temple Isaiah, Miami Beach Reform congregation, according to Julius Jay Perlmutter. president. He will conduct his first service at the temple tonight at The new spiritual leader was ordained as an Orthodox rabbi at the Yeshiva University of New York and held Orthodox pulpits in Richmond, Va., and Brooklyn, N. Y. He later attended Hebrew Union College in Cincinnati, where he was awarded a prize for outstanding achievement in essay work on Jewish philosophy. He was ordained by the college with honors for the highest academic standing in his class and was the only member of the group to receive the degree of Master of Hebrew Letters. Thus Rabbi Mann is the only rabbi in the active ministry who has been ordained by two extreme schools of Jewish religious philosophy. In Reform pulpits the rabbi has served at Temple Emanuel in Dallas, Texas, and in Wheeling, West Va. Rabbi Mann has an M. A. from Western Reserve University in Cleveland, where he has also completed all requirements for a Ph. D. in the field of history. Last year the rabbi gave up his pulpit to devote his time to scientific research and the collection of material from rabbinic and talmudic literature dealing with the problem "How to Prevent Poverty." This work will appear in book form soon. Perlmutter said that the services of the rabbi were secured through the cooperation of Professor Jacob Marcus of Hebrew Union College. Members of the board of directors are enthusiastic about the appointment, Perl-* mutter said, and plan to conduct) a concentrated membership campaign in the near future. Plans are now being formulated for High Holy Day services, Perlmutter announced, and details will be announced soon. Construction Of Ford Plant Begun In Haifa TiSL AVIV, (JTA)—Construction has begun in Haifa of a Ford Motor Company assembly plant which it is hoped will be capable of turning out 400 commercial vehicles a month, it was reported here this week. A tangle in the hair was once believed to be caused by elves, according to the Encyclopaedia Biitannica. Rabbi Moshay P. Mann Beth Sholom Ladies Sew For Bazaar Because of the Labor Day holiday on Monday, September 5, the regular Monday sewing and arts and crafts session of the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom will be held on Tuesday, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., ;n the tempie patio, according to an announcement by Mrs. Alexander Robbins, president. Luncheon hostesses for the day will be Mrs. Robbins, Mrs. Louis Stoff and her daughter, Mrs. Irving Marcus and her daughter. Mrs. Pat Leslie and Mrs. David Lesser. The sessions will continue regularly each Monday thereafter, explained Mrs. Robbins in her announcement, until the sisterhood bazaar which will take place early in December. All the articles created at the get-to-gethers will go into the bazaar storeroom and the monies realized from the bazaar will go towards the support of the temple's religious school. Mrs. Bessie Nelson is chairman of the bazaar committee. Luncheon hostesses for last Monday were the Mesdames Norman Babel, Minnie Polakoff, Bertram C. Waller, Alex Straus and Ray Gordon. Beth Jacob To Conduct Holiday Services In Synagogue And Community Building Congregation Beth Jacob will conduct High Holy Day services in the synagogue and the community building auditorium. Both are air-conditioned. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will preach during the services in both buildings. He will be assisted by Cantor Louis D. Feder, accompanied by a double choir under the direction of Joseph Schreibman. Slichos services will be held Saturday, September 17, at midnight. Representatives of the seating committee are at the synagogue daily from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., according to David Whitman, chairman of the committee. Other members of the committee are Louis Bloomfield, William Mechanic, Dr. Maurice Klein, M. B. Frank, Saul Genet, Rabbi Mayer Katz, Joseph Cohen and Mai Englander. Rabbi Ever To Speak Rabbi Isaac H. Ever, spiritual leader of Congregation Knesseth Israel, will speak on Jacob schachter's Jewish Hour today at i Pm., on Simon Seiden's Jewish rorum tomorrow at 8 p.m. and on M. Nasatir's Yiddish Classical Hour Sunday at 12 noon. SOLAR WATER SERVICE REPAIRS AND BOOSTERS CALL 4-7485 DON S. COLEMAN -j vrith &afti 0 j os good at home-mode/ 3 other tempting varieties. %  • with Rice • Noodle* • Clear H O ROWITZ* MARGARETEN ** condensed KOSHER CAHNID CHICKEN SOUPS lik all th other 0^'••..._, HOROWITZ. M A t GAMTEN ^Jf-J'J I0SHEI t.Ni(HI(lfliriOO(t$,-=or dtliciogi...ov Urn; woffc, wentyl Distributed by PAMM DISTRIBUTORS, INC. M N.E. 24th St., Miami 37. Fla. Phono 34866 Beth David Holiday Plans Completed Plans are complete for the Beth David High Holy Day services to be conducted in the new synagogue at S.W. 3rd Ave., between 26th and 27th Roads, as well as in the old synagogue, 135 N.W. 3rd Ave. Slichos services, the only midnight services on the Jewish calendar, will be held Saturday, September 17, at the new synagogue. Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate, and Cantor Maurice Mamehes assisted by a professional choir under the leadership of Leon Schiff will conduct the service. Bernard Sterling, chairman of the seating committee, reports that High Holy Day services are going fast and urges all worshipers who plan to attend Beth David services to make reservations by calling 9-3469 immediately. Rabbi Shapiro and Jerome B. Gordon, executive director of the institution, announce that classes for both daily and Sunday school for the coming year will be conducted at the new structure. Registration for Sunday school will be held at the new site Sundays, September 11 and 18, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon. Registration for daily school will take place Monday, September 12, from 3 to 5 p.m. and continue throughout the week. Cerebral Palsy Parents Council Organized Here A Cerebral Palsy Parents Council, composed of parents of cerebral palsied children, as well as others interested in the affliction, has been formed under the auspices of the Dade County Society for Crippled Children. Mrs. C. H. Reeder, president of the sponsoring group, has named Mrs. Edward Weiss, mother of an afflicted child, as temporary chairman of the council. Believing that parents of children with cerebral palsy should understand the affliction in order to cope with the situations which arise in the home, Mrs. Weiss plans a full-scale educational program for members of the council. One of the organization's first projects will be the establishment of an institute for parents, she said. At this institute parents will spend a week learning how to handle their children. They will observe the technique of the physical, occupational and speech therapists and learn what type of recreation is best suited for the rehabilitation of afflicted children. A lending library where members may take out books and magazines on the affliction will be set up by the council. Psychologists will speak to the group occasionally and small units will meet periodically to discuss their personal problems. First meeting of the organization will be held this month at the Roosevelt School for Exceptional Children. The council will also help to build and furnish the new cerebral palsy rehabilitation clinic on the grounds of Roosevelt School. The clinic will include a special nursery and a preparatory class for children not able to attend the school. Kosher Killed Chickens TENNESSEE POULTRY & EGG CO. WEDS. A.M. THURS. A.M. Phones 9-2585 — 9-7981 1340 S.W. 8th St. Israel Immigration Eases Off Slightly TEL AVIV, (JTA)-Immigration to Israel has eased off slightly during the last quarter, Joshua Shai, director-general of the Israeli Immigration Department, told a press conference here. Mr. Shai revealed that the total number of immigrants who arrived in the last three months was 50,000. He announced that the Jewish state's population has increased by 44 percent since its declaration of independence and that there are now 940,000 persons living in the country, with every expectation that over 1,000,000 will be living here by the end of 1949. He denied reports that many persons were leaving Israel. As for the Arab refugees who wished to return to their families in Israel, Mr. Shai said that a total of 600 applications asking the return of 1,700 persons had been filed with government bureaus from August I~15. A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL U IIMM4 II BAKERY S. HELLMAN W WEISS "WE ARE NOW TAKING ORDERS FOR HOLIDAY CAKES" The Finest and Best in Pastries 2416-28 Ponce De Leon Blvd. Phone 4-5166 THE MODERN. BEAUTIFUL, AIR-CONDITIONED BETH TFILAH 935 EUCLID AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH Requests the Jewish Population not to delay or postpone the reservations of their seats for the High Holy Days I. DIAMOND, Pres. H. ZAIDMAN. Vice-Pres. OUR BELOVED SPIRITUAL LEADER PROMINENT SPEAKER AND RENOWNED CANTOR known as THE YERUSHALMY Will Conduct Services and Deliver the Sermons SEATS MAY BE OBTAINED AT THE OFFICE OF THE SYNAGOGUE EVERY DAY BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE Announces With a great deal of pride and pleasure The formal opening of THE NEW BETH DAVID ON CORAL WAY, 26th AND 27th ROADS For the Coming High Holidays A cordial invitation is extended to residents of Greater Miami to worship in our beautiful new edifice this Rosh Ha-Shono and Yom Kippur tfeaU aAt Haul JhuulaHe. FOR RESERVATIONS CALL 9-3469 Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mamehes will conduct services assisted by a professional choir under the direction of Mr. Leon Schiff. SERVICES WILL ALSO BE CONDUCTED IN OUR OLD SYNAGOGUE—135 N. W. 3rd AVENUE



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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1949 +Jenisli Ihridtiar PAGE NINE Golden Age Unit Will Hold Party The Miami Beach Y Golden Age Club, for men and women over 50 years of age, will hold a birihday party for all members of the dub born in the month of a nber at the Beach Y on Sunday at 2:30 p.m. Flowers will be presented to all those celebrating birthdays. There will also be a large birthday cake with candles and all the trimmings. Highlight of the party will be entertainment by Alexander Castle who gave an impromptu performance at the last meeting of the group. Mrs. Shackman Weds Benjamin Nadler Mrs. Elsie Shackman and Benjamin Nadler both of this city, were united in marriage at noon on July 19 at the Sherry-Frontenac Hotel, Miami Beach. The ceremony was performed by Rabbi Leon Kronish. Dinner followed the service. Mr. and Mrs. Nadler are traveling through Mexico and later will visit New York and Baltimore They will return to their home in Miami Beach after Labor Day. Sisterhood Meets The Sisterhood of Temple Isaiah held its first meeting of the Wednesday afternoon at the temple, Mrs. Clara Mae Van Ness, president, announced. Information about future meetings and activities will be published in the near future, she said. i i Hi !:iiii!uiMmQi!iiimiiiimimiMiiimi<.uiuuiiuMii. POSITION WANTED Famous Cantor from England Now in U.S.A. Concert Tenor Requires Post with Cultured Congregation. Write I. R.. Box 2973, Miami 18 Cantor M. Yardeini Noted Israel artist who has been engaged by Congregation Keneseth Israel, 1415 Euclid Ave., for Slichos and the High Holy Days. Rabbi Isaac Ever is spiritual leader of the new congregation. Aron-Grossman Betrothal Told The betrothal of Miss Hope Dolores Aron to Dr. Arnold Grossman was recently announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Archibald Aron, West Haven, Conn. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris B. Sholes, Hillsgrove, R. I., and 8140 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. She attended Yale University and the Art Students League in New York. Dr. Grossman, Orange, Mass., was graduated from Colby College and Loyola University School of Dentistry and is a member of Tau Delta Phi. The wedding will take place Sunday, September 11, at the Copley Plaza, Boston. Hope Aron Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Siegel, 2143 S. W. 6th St.. have flown to Buenos Aires. Argentina, where they will be entertained by ten nieces and nephews, some of whom they have never seen before. The Siegels will be gone two months. Marcie Sklow, Louis Falk Joined In Beach Rites The Sorrento Hotel, Miami Beach, provided the setting for the marriage of Miss Marcie Sklow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Sklow, 1115 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami Beach, to Louis Falk, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Falk, 1330 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami Beach, on August 27. Rabbi Max Shapiro officiated. The bride wore a gown of ivory satin with a court train. Her fingertip-length veil was of illusion and she carried white roses and orchids. Miss Jane Sklow, maid of honor for her sister, was attired in blue lace and carried pink roses. Walter Falk was best man. Following a wedding trip to North Carolina, the couple will reside here. The bride was graduated from Richmond Hill High School. Mr. Falk is a graduate of the University of Florida Law School. Junior Hadassah Night To Highlight Conclave At Sorrento Hotel This Month iiiiii"irmriniiii!iniiiiiniiiimi'iiimiiriiiiiiii!imi;iiiiu BEADED BAGS Restyled to New Look Repairs— Mounting Call Mrs. Wise 5 9652 WIDOW Will Share Her Lovely Home Close In—Near 3 Buses Very Nice N. W. Location Very Reasonable CALL 82-1902 SINGLE ROOM Nicely Furnished for Gentleman in Private Home. Yearly. PHONE 83-3269 CANTOR WANTED For High Holiday Services in Miami Beach Write C. W., Box 2973 Miami 18. Fla. A Junior Hadassah night will be one of the highlights of the Junior Hadassah conference to be sponsored by the Miami and Miami Beach units of the organization from September 16-19 at the Sorrento Hotel. "Experiences in Israel" will be the topic of a talk to be given by Doris Greenberg, national secretary of Junior Hadassah, during Gables Center To Hold Services At New Temple The Coral Gables Jewish Center will hold High Holy Day services in its new temple at 320 Palermo Ave., Coral Gables, Herbert Gelernter, president, has announced. Donation for services per person is ten dollars for non-members, Gelernter said, but if the individual joins the congregation before December 1, 1949, the donation will be deducted from the yearly membership dues. Schedule of services includes: Friday, September 23, 8 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday, September 24 and 25, 10 a.m.; Sunday, October 2, Kol Nidre; Monday, October 3, 10 a.m. A break-the-fast get-together will be held following Yom Kippur services October 3. Rabbi Morris Skop will officiate at all services. He will be assisted by Cantor Joseph Malek. INVESTMENT ADVISER Handling your discretionary account nt your stock broker In your name. Minimum original Investn. nl {2.000. Minimum annual fee 1 in advance. Original investin, nl guaranteed. NATHAN ABRAHAM PO. Box 1922 Miami 11. Fla. ADOPTION WANTED COUPLE Expectant Mother Seeks Couple to Adopt Unborn Child WRITE S. 8. BOX 297a, MIAMI 18 4..ililcs Group Reveals Plans For Holiday Rites The First Jewish Congregation of Coral Gables is holding Conservative High Holy Day services this year at the Coliseum, Douglas Road and S.W. 16th St., Coral Gables, Lee Platt, president, announced. "The auditorium seats 4,800 people and there will be ample facilities provided for all persons desirous of attending the religious services in the South WestCoral Gables area," Platt said. "The tickets are priced at $12.50 per family, including children, and all seats are reserved. For best locations, it is advisable to make reservations early." The services are to be sung by Cantor Rosenstein, assisted by a mixed choir. The congregation has extended invitations to patients at the National Children's Cardiac Home, the veterans at the Pratt General Hospital and the students of the University of Miami to attend services as its guests. "Families in the community who are desirous of attending services but are financially unable to pay the price of the tickets should contact the congregation so that their needs may be taken care of," Platt said. Anyone desiring reservations or information regarding tickets is asked to call Arthur Brown, seating chairman, in care of the International Pharmacy, 1830 Ponce de 1.'^ Blvd., Coral Gables; or B~n Z. Friedman. 213J S.W. 20.!' Terr.. Mian": W write the Firs: Jewish C'ngregation of Coral Gables. P. O. Box 1151, Coral Gables 34. the formal banquet on Saturday, September 17. Other speakers include: Mrs. Miriam Sirkin who will discuss "America, Israel and You," at the informal party on Friday night; Shepard Broad, "Our Culture and Heritage," at the Saturday luncheon; and Mrs. Murry Grossman, "United We Stand, Divided We Fall," at the Sunday brunch. Among Hadassah members handling workshops and sessions will be Mrs. Gerald Soltz of Miami Beach and Miss Miriam Scheinberg of Miami, fund raising; Shaloma Shawmut, singing and dancing; Joan Osheroff and Joan Nevil, American affairs, Brandeis and Young Judaea. Included on the schedule are: splash parties, a pajama party and a formal dance. Hostesses at these affairs will be Naomi Segal, chairman, Edythe Engel, Rhoda Caidin, Florence Hildebrandt and Lee Pearlman. In charge of refreshments will be Rema Jackson, chairman, Barbara Gold and Jody Diamond. Miss Lillian Aronson, vice president of the Beach Unit, has appointed Shaloma Shawmut, Annette Melich, Lil Babroff and Francine Levy to aid her in registration, publicity and operation of a date bureau. Conclave reservations may be made by contacting any Miami or Miami Beach Junior Hadassah member, or by attending a social "Conclave Meeting" of Junior Hadassah on September 8 at the Sorrento Hotel at 8 p.m. Youth League To Diseuss Plans For llanee Festival Plans for a dance festival to be held at the Shelborne Hotel on the evening of October 1 will be discussed at the meeting of the Young Peoples .League of Temple Isaiah on Sunday at 8 p.m. in the club room, 1065 Dade Blvd. The Young Peoples League, now conducting a membership drive, is planning this dance in conjunction with the campaign. Miss Evelyn Ell, acting president of the group, said. "It is our hope that this will be the best affair ever sponsored by the Young Peoples League, and we will need the cooperation of every member," Miss Ell declared in a recent statement to the group. Bridge Session Slated A bridge tournament will be held Monday, September 12, at 8:30 p.m. at the Miami Y. Winners at the last session were Mr. and Mrs. Gene Lehman, first place, and Dr. and Mis. Richard Elfen, second. Mrs. Augustine Wed To Abe Hummel Now living in their home at 3460 S.W. 24th Terr, are Mr. and Mrs. Abe Hummel, whose marriage took place Thursday, August 25, in Palm Beach. Mrs. Hummel is the former Mrs. Sara Augustine, mother of Dr. Max Augustine. Sisterhood To Honor Member On Anniversary The Sisterhood of Congregation Beth Tfilah will hold a surprise dinner in honor of the golden anniversary of one of its members on Sunday at 5 p.m. at the synagogue. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, spiritual leader of the congregation announced. Tariff is one dollar per plate, the rabbi said, and reservations must be made immediately. All friends of the sisterhood and congregation are invited to attend. In charge of arrangements for the affair are Mrs. M. Katz, Mrs. I. Diamond and. Mr. and Mrs. H. Zaidman. Mrs. Rackovsky is adviser to the group. Lillian Fox Opens Drama Academy Lillian Fox, Miami Beach radio commentator, announces the opening of her dramatic school to be known as the Dramatic Academy at 2125 Bay Dr., Miami Beach. Her associate will be Ruth Foreman. "This will not be a run-of-themill elocution school," Mrs. Fox said. "We are going to develop the personality of each of our pupils and give him an opportunity to get practical experience over a weekly radio program." Classes will be conducted for age groups from four to 19 years. In addition, there will be courses in public speaking, play reading and a speech clinic for adults. The opening will be launched with a cocktail party tomorrow evening at the studio. Registration will begin tomorrow. Mrs. Fox is director of the "Jewish News and Views" program over WMBM and drama chairman at the Miami Beach Y. She has produced and directed a number of plays that have been well received by the community, among them "The Women." She is now working on "Stage Door." Herzl Biography To Be Published November Storm Publishers announces for November publication of the dramatic life story of the father of political Zionism. "Theodor Herzl, the Jew and the Man." The author is Dr. Oscar Frankl, organizer and formerly president of the Urania Institute for Adult Education in Prague, and onetime secretary to Theodor Herzl. Auxiliary To Meet First meeting of the Congregation Keneseth Israel Ladies Auxiliary will be held at the synagogue, 1415 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach, Tuesday at 8 p.m., according to Mrs. Ether Eisenstein, temporary chairman. JWV Auxiliary Presents Gift To Pratt Hospital Miami Beach Post No. 330 JWV Ladies Auxiliary presented 50 bed lamps to the V. A. Hospital this week. Entertainment was provided and refreshments served at the presentation ceremonies, Mrs. Jennie R. Gerrig, president, and Mrs. Lillian Bookman, chairman, announced. Personally Speaking... Mr. and Mrs. Irving Rabinowitz, 605 84th St., Miami Beach announce the birth of a son, Adam Eric, on August 3 at Victoria Hospital. Rabbi and Mrs. Irving Lehrman and children, David and Rosalind, have returned from their summer vacation. REV. I. FAHER (MOHL) 311 S. W. 9th AVENUE Has returned from his vacation and and is now available to perform brism at any time or anywhere. CALL 2-3369 THE GARDEN "ON THE TRAIL2235 S. W. 8th STREET PHONE 4-3155 FAMOUS FOR GOOD FOOD Recommended by DUNCAN HINES VISIT OUR NEW PATIO— Open From 12 Noon — MRS. MARIA FREYER, Owner IDEAL FOR LUNCHEONS AND PRIVATE PARTIES ALPINE LOUNGE — MAGIC RUDY From VIENNA m^ %  >•' %  %  : tit ?*** GORDON FUNERAL HOME 710 S.W. I2fh AT.. Serving Greater Miami TOS L. PLUMMER. 'Funeral Director 24 HOUR AMBULANCE PHONE 3-3431



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PAGE SIX +Je*Mncrldlat FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1949 "Between You and Me By BORIS SMOLAR (Copyright, 1948, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) 9 • POLITICAL NOTES: Jewish Agencv leaders in the United States are concerned over the stubborn demands of the State Department that Israel must revise its present frontiers They consider the situation so serious that they have called upon American non-Zionist groups for political aid" Two meetings have recently taken place between Jewish Agency members and leaders of the American Jewish Committee and other organizations at which the present policy of the State Department was discussed Some Zionist leaders claim that while the U.S. is officially participating in the attempt at Lausanne to bring about an Arab-Israeli peace, (he State Department has, at the same time, hinted to Arab statesmen not to reach a peace settlement in a hurry And these Zionist leaders openly ask the question: "Does the American-government contemplate weakening the Jewish State?" The real attitude of the U.S. government will, of course, be seen from the tactics which the U.S. delegation adopts at the United Nations General Assembly which opens this month But, for the time being, it is evident that the State Department wants three major things: that Jerusalem be internationalized; that Israel give up either a part of the Negev or a part of Galilee; that Israel admit more than 100,000 Arab refugees None of the three requests is acceptable to the Jewish state. • • INTELLIGENCE REPORT: A British intelligence report now disseminated in this country says that if war starts between Moscow and the Western powers, it will break out in the Middle East However, this report—which claims to be "one of the most clearly documented cases in history"— does not expect the war to break out before 1952 And it urges the taking of "counter measures in advance" so as to prevent Russia from moving into the Middle East American experts seem to leel that if Russia marches into the Middle East, through Persia, Saudi Arabia, Iraq and Syria, there is no armed force strong enough to stop it The American and British air units would, no doubt, be stronger than the Russian, but the ground forces would not be sufficient to stem the Red Army tide from flowing over the endless, uninhabited plains ... As a matter of fact, American oil experts in the Middle East are constantly warning their headquarters in the United States that in case of war with Russia, the oil wells in Saudi Arabia will be in a most precarious position And the oil companies here consider these oil wells assets only during peace time j They are ready to write them off as a total loss should war j with Russia break out in that part of the world ... Of course, the I Russians, too, risk having their oil wells in the Caucasus, and even in j Rumania, destroyed by American bombers within the very first | days of such a war And without oil, Russia can hardly win a a war in this mechanized age. • ON THE SCREEN: The current sensation among Jews in New York is the film "Sword in the Desert" ... It is the first motion picture produced by Hollywood on the struggle between the British administration and the Jewish underground movement in Palestine which preceded the establishment of Israel Although there are no Jewish actors in the cast, the picture is quite convincingly Jewish The heroes of the Jewish underground and their activities are presented very vividly and and keep the audience in a constant state of excitement The scenes, although not filmed in Palestine, also have an air of authenticity since they were taken in California which is amazingly similar to the citrus-growing areas of Palestine The producers—Universal-International Pictures—have tried not to make a "Jewish film" of their production, but an impartial film of general interest They, therefore, picture the British with a certain degree of leniency The dramatic story of how the Jews succeed in their fight agaiiist the British is presented stirringly and is emotionally very satisfying ... It is a monument to the Haganah, Irgun and all the Jewish groups in Palestine who brought about the liberation of Israel However, some Jews may question the wisdom of the producers in choosing a Christmas Eve party of the British military in Palestine as a scene for a fierce attack by the Jewish underground The scenic effect would have been just as good if a gathering of British soldiers was attacked at any other time than while singing Christmas carols The evening chosen by the producers for the attack does not exactly contribute to the improvement of inter-religious relations in this country ... On the whole, however, the film is excellent. Dinner Honors Rabbi Raab Prior To Departure IT PAYS TO LOOK WELL, AND BE GROOMED AT VICTOR'S BARBER SHOP — FORMERLY EDDIE'S — YOU WILL ENJOY THE PERSONAL, EXCLUSIVE SERVICE OF — SIX PROFESSIONAL BARBERS — Formerly with Leading Barber Shops in Town Special Feature QUALITY HAIR CUTTING 1116—15th Street Expert Manicuring PHONE 5-9952 Miami Beach, Fb GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE STORE FRONT — PLATE and WINDOW GLASS Furniture Tops. Btyeled Mirrort and Reiilvering Our Specialty L. & G. Glass and Mirror Works 136 S.W. 8th St PHONE 3-4834 MORRIS ORLIN LOUIS GERBER The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association Participating agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Informs the Jewish population that: 1. The statement "Frishe Fleish" in Jewish letters in any store does not signify in any way that the meat is kosher; 2. Chickens which have no plumba with the inscription il'lDJ are not endorsed by your Vaad Hakashruth; 3. A Shochet in a live poultry market who does not have the plumba of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth to affix on the chickens is not endorsed by your Vaad and therefore the Vaad cannot guarantee the Kashruth; 4. Any further information concerning Kashruth may be obtained by calling our Director, Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, 818 Michigan Avenue, Miami Beach, Phone 5-3595. HARRY SIRKIM, Pres. A. M. BEAR, Vice Pres. H. SOOTIN. Secy. S. LOBEL. Treat. Pictured at the Saxony Hotel during the recent dmner honoring Rabbi David Raab are, left to right. Harold Shapiro, first president of Temple Isaiah. Rabbi Raab and Julius J. Perlmutter, president of the congregation at the present time. The congregation presented a plaque to the rabbi for his "services to the temple and the community." He left this week to continue his studies at Hebrew Union College. .. Fish Fry Plans Completed Plans for the Knights of Pythias third annual Labor Dav fish fry to be held at Crandon Park Monday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. have been completed, according to an announcement bv J. R. Turpin, Jr., chairman. Nine lodges of the organization will participate in the fectivities and 2000 persons are expected to attend. Over 750 pounds of fish have been ordered. Competitive games will be played and prizes will be awarded. Children from the Cerebral Palsy Clinic will be guests of the group. Roosevelt Lodge will handle arrangements for their attendance. Youth Program Planned For S ho I rm Mooting Sigma Rho Chapter and Chapter No. 322 of AZA, Junior Order of B"nai B'rith, will join with BZB Chapter, B'nai B'rith Girls. to present a novel youth night program at the next meeting of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, on Tuesday, September 13, at 8 p.m. at Congregation Beth El, 500 S.W. 17th Ave. David Rabinowitz, state youth chairman, will join with Miss Selma Lewis, local youth director in directing the program. Members of the three groups will present a dramatic skit demonstrating the functions of the B'nai B'rith youth program. Highlight GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have your roof repaired now; you will nvi on a now roof liter "Satlafactory Work by Experienced Man" 414 • W. 22nd Avanua PHONE 4-UM Stone's Bookkeeping and Tax Service Specializing in Small Business Expert Accountant and Tax Consultant. Low Rates. PHONE 5-5392 1602 Lenox Ave.. Miami Beach Let BERNIE SAFFER Worry .. 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PAGE FOURTEEN UVES OF OUR TIM ES S „0RN IN RUSSIA IN I895.A YOUNG IAD SOUGHT HIS CAREER IN AMERICA AND ROSE TO THE PRESIDENCY OF ONE Of THE LARGEST AND MOST POWERFUL LABOR UNIONS IN THE COUNTRY... vjenisln -oridiar, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1949 ^*^ >. NORM Ml t-4 SOl NOP R ...• b, RHOOA B SIMON DAVID BECAME A BAKERS APPRENTICE.EVENTUAllY.HE JOINED THE BAKERS'UNION &IED TH£M IN STRIKES AGAINST UNJUST WORKING CONDITIONS EMUD TO SIBERIA FOR THESE £ !" !" |' WMN5KV ESCAPED ANC HWGV THT0 AUFRIfA IN 1911 HE STUOIED ENGLISH AT NIGHT AFERWORK.NG A M HOUR DAY AS A CUTTER.THUS ADVANCING HIMSELF QUICKLY. £fc y <"/* BY 1922 HE HAD BECOME MANAGER Of THE CUTTERS UNION.WHEN THE PRESIDENT OF THE INTERNATIONAL LADIES GARMENT WORKERS' UNION (ILGWU)DIED IN 1952 DU8INSKY WAS ELECTf D PRESIDENT. SINCE THEN.0NE OF DUBINSKYS MAJOR UNION POLICIES HAS BEEN CLEAR-CUT: TO CLEAN OUT THE LEFTIST AND RADICAL MEMBERS.WHOM HE DECLARED COULD ONLY RUIN THE UNION. IN m) THE ILGVVU DONATED FUNDS TO ERECT AN APARTMENT HOUSE UNIT IN WARSAW ASA MEMORIAL TO THE POLISH GHETTO JEWS WHO PERISHED THERE. AS A SOLUTION TO THE DP. PROBLEM, DUBINSKY REQUESTED THEGOVERMENT TO ALLOW 10.000 SKILLED NEEDLE WORKERS INTO THE U.S. IN I94T,STATING THAT THIS WOULD'FUL AN ACCUTE SHORTAGE OF TRAINED MEN. PROUD OF HIS UNION ACHIEVEMENTS.AND PROUDER STILL OF HIS JEWISH ANCESTRY, HE STRIVES UNCEASINGLY FOR BETTER RELATIONS BETWEEN LABOR AND MANAGEMENT... JEWS IN SPORTS By HASKELL COHEN A rumor current in big league circles is that the New York Giants have taken an option on Portland's star hurler. Hal Saltzman. Portland officials deny the rumor but do not hesitate to affirm that Saltzman will undoubtedly be sold to a big league club before the Pacific Coast season comes to a close. At the present writing Hal has 17 wins under his belt and cannot help copping at least twenty victories before he calls it a season. He has a 2.90 earned run average per game, no mean feat in these days of the far riding apple. Sid Gordon, the New York Giants' hard belting third sacker. celebrated his thirty-first birthday last week and was the recipient of a cake baked by enthusiastic female Giant followers. Herb Karbel. veteran hurler with Sacramento in the Pacific Coast League, is looking forward to a radio career when his left arm loses its cunning. Herb is a veteran of the New York Yankee chain. Fred Sington. former outfeilder with Washington and Brooklyn and various minor league clubs. was elected president of the Southeastern Conference football officials recently. Sington. who is in the sporting goods business in Birmingham. Alabama, moved up from the vice presidency, succeeding T. G. Kain. another baseball man. who is affiliated with the Pittsburgh Pirates. Al Rosen is beginning to belt the daylights out 0/ the ball jor the San Diego Padres and warrants a return to the Cleveland Indians. The sudden emergence 0/ Berardino as a Cleveland infield replacement has halted the contemplated recall' 0/ the Jewish youth. • • • Red Auerbach. former coach of the Washington Caps hoop team, and currently on the coaching staff at Duke" University is touring the eastern seaboard looking for likely basketball prospects. He took time off from his search to coach an all star aggregation in a Catskill Mt. resort Damon Runyan hoop contest. from classroom to Poughkeepsie. in 1947—his first professional baseball year—in order to make up for time lost while serving with the Third Army Medical Aid Station in Europe during the war. Sandy received his BA degree in Business Administration last spring. In fact, it was through his play at Poughkeepsie that Silverstein received a Savannah contract. His manager, the late Eric McNair, former A's shortstop, went to Savannah as mentor last season and got the A's to sign him before taking over the Georgia team. While in college. Sandy built up quite a reputation. In three varsity years, he won 20 games and lost'only four. In 1946. after pitching a no-hitter against Brooklyn College, he earned a spot on the Eastern All-Star team that beat the Western stars at Fenway Park in Boston. Silverstein hurled 3 frames. In 1947 he captained NYU into the NCAA tournament at New Haven. A toe injury kept him off the mound but he played centerfield. NYU defeated Illinois but then lost to Yale. Perlmutter Speaks To World Federalists "World Peace or World War" was the theme of an address by J. Jay Perlmutter, new president of the Miami Beach chapter of the United World Federalists, at the first invitational and public meeting of the group at the Robert Richter Hotel Monday evening. Perlmutter. long an active civic worker, is a member of the board of governors of World Government at Rollins College, a member of the board of directors of the United Jewish Federation, president of the Temple of Isaiah and was founder and president of the National Cancer Foundation. Other officers of the world government group include Dr. Jacob Kaplan, honorary president. Judge Daniel P. Galen, vice president, Geneivieve M. Thompson, secretary, and Judge Harold Spaet, treasurer. Need Help in a Hurry?—Call A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE Whit* and Colored Halp Phonaa 9-5317 — ••6727 61 N. E. 6th Street AL MEIDENBERG, Owner Top Price Paid for MEN'S USED CLOTHING AL'S 432 N. MIAMI AVE. Phone 2-3213 Sanford Silverstein. promising young right hander whom the Philadelphia Athletics expect to bring up from their Savannah Class A Sally League farm team next spring, earned his degree from New York University the hard way. Silverstein. whose home is in Brooklyn, commuted S. J. 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PAGE TWELVE +Jmlstncrktton FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 2, 1949 T'v.n'.'.'v.v.v.^ n-.-L1-.MlVVll.il' Off the Record Bv NATHAN ZIPRIN cssssxsxxxsxsxsaxcsxBsscassssx: 35335333: Beware of Pakistan Chaudbry Khaliqua z a m m a n. president of the All-Pakistan Moslem League, is about to tour Iran. Iraq. Lebanon. Turkey. Egypt and Saudi Arabia ... He wants to win over all those countries to the idea of an "Islamic Bloc'" An economic conference of Moslem nations is planned for November in Karachi Pakistan is numerically and potentially the most powerful Moslem country ... A new situation is bound to develop if Pakistan gains economic and political strength and becomes a rallying center of a Mohammedan bloc Pakistan's attitude toward the State of Israel may become one of the crucial developments of the future • For a long time consistent efforts have been made bv British and Arab agitators in Pakistan to foment anti-Israel bias Public Sores On Private Life of Ben Gurion The Israeli Premier Ben Gurion receives a salary of 75 pounds a at the Commodore Hotel in New York After the conference this writer asked the future Premier what his plans were in the event Britain resorted to greater military force in Palestine • His reply was: "If necessary I personally will take over the defense of the Yishuv" From Many Corners ... Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, who has been resting at a French resort, is about to return to the United States The chances of the potash works in Israel resuming their activities are bright The idea of organizing sweepstakes in Israel is under discussion %  New concerted efforts are about to be made in Washington by Zionists and Jewish bodies to counteract the unfavorable attitude which has been manifested both by the White House and the State Department towards Israel ... As usual. Israel's Ambassador Eliahu Elat is on the alert His diplomatic skill has won many friends for the State of Israel John Hersey has comaidi> ui 1 *J y\j\*n\*o *. Israel JUiiii nciac.* iwa *.v..imonth With tax deductions p i e ted his novel on the Warsaw of 35 pounds a month he has left; Ghetto during the last war only 40 pounds or S420 monthly < j aco b Glatstein. scintillating es. '. He lives in the same simple: sa vist and one of the most outabode as he did prior to his premiership When on one of the Jewish holidays he entertamed several guests at dinner, he and seme of the guests assisted Mrs Ben Gurion in washstanding Yiddish poets, is to represent the Yiddish PEN. Club at the International P.E.N. congress in Venice Should a debate develop at Venice over the admission of the German PEN u*uu i" ...,..admission 01 me vjcmiai. ...... ing the dishes Ben Gurion c i UD t 0 the international body, and other Mapai leaders have an' Glatstein can be counted on givenviable record of lives devoted ; n g brilliant leadership to the opto an ideal, of lives of material position ... He is a graduate of sacrifices Their salaries w-ere N ew y or k University's School of always modest ... It is this integrity which explains why they have "such hold on the people of Israel Even the middle class the wealthy Jews—no matter what their grievances, and they have many—have unquestionable faith and confidence in the in%  g] ity of the Mapai leaders A couple of months ago Ben Law. Morris Cohen Hit By Car, Fatally Injured Morris Cohen. 79. father of Charles Cohen, owner of the Martinique Hotel, was fatally injured Tuesday when struck by a car A couple of months ago Ben g d Washington A vc.. Gurion purchased a fngidaire. reMj Beach placing an old. broken ice-box The workman was supposed to received some four pounds for installing the fngidaire but refused the money ... He wanted to have the honor of having rendered a service to Ben Gurion Miami Beach. A resident of this area for the past 16 years. Mr. Cohen, who lived at 227 1st St., Miami Beach, was formely in the restaurant business in New York. Besides the son. Charles, he is Merr.cnal Chapel and remains were sent to New York for in'."Such te'thep pularity of Ben survived byhu wife. Miriam: anGurion His reputation as mili§* sor. Meyer, two daughters tary strategist is surpassed only ^,,/ !" ^ die d M X by his reputation as statesman J£oUie Stem.eld. ..11 of M: c mi ... It is no accident that he holds Be =S %  %  ... the portfolio of Minister of DeServices were .held fense. a post he hopes to relinquish when tranquility returns Some years ago. at the height e -• %  •=•— of the tensi n with Britain. Ben' ... Gurion held a press conference nabbi h>ronisn s rather Dies In Brooklyn Rii;. Leon Kl -.•:. was v Brooklyn V V Sunday up n ti-.e da::'. bis father Max Kr:r..sBesdet \r.i rabb: V; >". rush .ejves ha dt mother sot Zev and i daughter Sylvia Rabbi •:-:-.:-. 5 expc -"-~ -•-%  ":".-.•-. riex! weeit DR. LONG'S CLINIC Non-Surgical Treatment of HERNIA (Rupture) HEMORRHOIDS CHRONIC DISEASES 21 S. W. 13th Ayenue PHONE 3-2748 Konholz Kosher Meat Products Phone 48-0346 For Free Delivery Anywhere 2634 PONCE DE LEON (Cor. Aim eric Avt. *—WIWMMIMOTI—1——1— r-Ki Z.acr—N*w York FALL TERM—WEI'NESI.'.r SE?T & %  .' %  -'%  %  %  %  : •'•—.%  %  •: %  %  : %  %  %  .-,; %  : -i %  V'. : :: %  '••: BDM • • -:,...., > ----I--.:-;:.: mpn %  -: • 'jr. : .. -1 &tOl SCHOOL 1010 West Are., Mit=u £*ci Phsse S-36K Young Israel Synagogue Established In Miami Beach, Holiday Services Slated The Youw brol SynMonu. ofto Orthodox youns adults m the Miami Beach announces that it has secured a permanent place of worship at 4001 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach. Young Israel conducts services in the traditional Orthodox manner three times daily. Young Israel conducts over (0 model svnagogues throughout the nation and caters especially community. Louis L. Fox is president of the Miami Beach congregation. Fox was long associated with the Young Israel of Manhattan in New York City and attended the Yeshivah there. Saul Genet, local attorney, is vice president. He is also well Jinkins Helpy Selfy Laundry and Dry Cleaning Wash Your Own Clothe* In Our Modern Maytag Washer* Use That Soft City Water lor a Whiter Wash WE SELL SOAP. BLEACH and STARCH 2219 N. W. 28th Street Telephone 2-7082 1 known for his interest in religious organizations in this community, serving on the board of directors of the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation and as secretary of Beth Jacob Congregation. Treasurer is Sol Lobel. who has been very active in Greater Miami Jewish community affairs for many years. He was one of the organizers of Beth Sholom (enter on Miami Beach and is on the board of directors of the Hebrew Academy and the Home for the Aged. He is also treasurer of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth and played an important role in the establishment of Young Israel. Young Israel will conduct its own High Holy Day services Tickets are available at the synagogue or may be obtained by "calling Lobel at 5-7873 or 58-1251. —Seymour Brenner Photo Officers of the newly organized Congregation Young Israel are (1. lo r.) Sol Lobel, treasurer; Louis Fox. president: Saul Genet, vice president. Pittsburgh Club Will Meet Monday Night A meeting of the Pittsburgh Club of Greater Miami will be held Monday at 8 p.m. at the Miami Beach Elks Club. Officers will be elected. A feature of the evening will be the showing of movies taken at the organization's picnic at Crandon Park recently. Lincoln's first inaugural address was rushed by Pony Express from St. Joseph, Mo., to the Pacific coast in the fastest trip ever made by the express— seven days and 17 hours. JEWISH FLORIDIAN RUSH HASHONAH EDITION the APPROPRIATE PLACE to say HAPPY NEW YEAR!! 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PAGE TEN +Je*lstfhrldktr FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1949 Beach Lodge Will Hold Square Dance Postponed because of hurricane, the Labor Day square dance sponsored by Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith, will be held Monday at 8:30 p.m. at the Versailles Hotel, Miami Beach, according to David R. Isen. president. Chairman Herbert L. Markow has announced that square dance specialists and callers from the University of Miami will be on hand to direct the dancing groups. Feature of the evening will be balloon contests and waltz contests with prizes for the winners. Proceeds of the affair are earmarked for the support and maintenance of the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation at the University of Miami. Assisting Chairman Markow with arrangements will be Saul Genet, Godfrey K. Newman and Simeon Spear. Tickets at SI.10 including tax may be secured at the door. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN" Ciir.VTV JUDGE'S Ool'HT. DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. — No. 173H. RE: ESTATE OF GARRETT GEORGE QLATT, also known as GARRY QLATT, Deceased. NOTICE is hereby given thai l have filed >"> final report and petition for Final Discharge, as Administratrix of flueitate of Garrett George Qlatt, also known as tlarry (Halt, deceased. and that on the :t>tli day of September, 1949, 1 "ill apply to the Honorable W. P, Blanton, County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Administratrix of the Estate of Garrett George Qlatt, also known a.Garry Qlatt, deceased. This 29th day of August, 1949 RUTH GLATT Administratrix MYERS, I li: I.MAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Administratrix Seybold Huilding 9/2-9-16-2:1 LEGAL NOTICE Soav?ngr Hunt Set For Saturdav Bv Sliarot BBVW A scavenger hunt is being planned by the Sharet Chapter of B'nai B'rith Youne Women for tomorrow night at 8:30 at the home of Harriet Slomowitz, 1011 Cortex St., Coral Gables. Lorraine Kahlenberg is chairman of the affair. On her committee are Constance Goradesky. Rita Platt and Bernice Gomelinski. The organization will hold its next meeting Tuesday evening at the home of its adviser. Mrs. Rose Lewis, 15 Sidnonia Ave., Coral Gables. A current events discussion to be led by Rita Goldweber will follow the meeting. On Thursday, August 18, members of the group entertained youngsters from the Childern's Home Society. Lois Nevins was in charge. Shulenberger To Speak At Sholem Luncheon "The Brighter Side of the News" will be the subject of an address by Dutch Shulenberger. prominent local business man, at the Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith, weekly luncheon meeting to be held today at 12:30 p.m. in the Downtowner Restaurant Seybold Building. IN Tin-: rmrriT COURT OF THE llth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA — IN CHANCERY, No. 126916. VIVIEN LEDDO I'RARLSTF.IN. Plaintiff, vs. Mil.TON PKAKI.STEIN, Defendant. TO: MILTON PEARLSTEIN 102 Jerome Street Brooklyn. New York Yon are hereby ordered to fil<> your appearance or answer to the bill of complaint for divorce filed against yon by VIVIEN LEDDo PEARLSTEIN, on or before the 30 day of Efepl 1949, otherwise the allegations of said hill will be taken as confessed aglanst you. DONE AND onPKRED THIS 30 day of Aug., 194!'. B. B. LEATHERMAN, Cli rk of the circuit Court. (Circuit Co irl Seal) By \VM. W, STOCKING, Deputy i'!,.ik. HKORilE .1. TALIANOFF Solicitor for plaintiff 9 2-9-16-23 ORDER TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE II EVBNTH JUDICIAL CIH< I n OP FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, NO. IRVING' 1 GRUBSTEIN, Tlalntlff, vs. AMELIA GRUBSTEIN. Defendant. You A.MKI.IA GRUBSTEIN, 2180 Fast Uth Street. Brooklyn, New York are required to file an appearance in the above entitled suit for divorce on the 16 day of September. 1949. or a decree pro confesso will be entered against you. Dated this 16 day of August, 1949. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By Wat W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk, MOIE J. L. TENDRICH. Attorney for Plaintiff 607-8 Biscavne Building Miami 32. Florida 8/19-26 9/2-9 LEGAL NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of THK RISHHKOOK CO. at N. W. •"•nd Street and H'th Avenue. Miami, bade County. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida, NAT ROTTENBERQ J. H LESSER Attorney at Law West Palm Beach, Fla. 8/12-19-26 9/2-9 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THK CIRCUIT COURT OF THE KLEVENTII .ICI'ICIAL CIRCUIT oF FI/IRIDA, IN AND FOR PAI>F. COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY No. 1268 IS EMILY TORncoi.l.o AMBR08E, Plaintiff, vs. JolIN AMBROSE, Defendai I TO: JOHN AMBROSE, 74 Grand Street, Fatcrson. New Jersey YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to file an appearance in the above suit for divorce on the Srd day of October. 1949, otherwise the allegations of said Bill of Complaint will be taken as i • fessed by > ou. This order is to be published in The .[.wish Florldlan once each week for four o) consecutive weeks This, the 3i'th day of August. 1949. F. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court, l'ade Countv, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Plaintiff Seybold Building 9/2-9-16-23 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THK CIRCUIT COURT OF THE llth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. 126657. SALLY S. SHANK, Plaintiff, vs. WILLIAM J, SHANK, JR., DefendTO: WILLIAM J. SHANK, JR. Schrule's Cabins. McKee City, New Jersey You are hereby ordered to file your appearance or answer to the bill of complaint for divorce filed against you by SALLY S SHANK on or before the 16 day of September, 1949, otherwise the allegations of said bill will be taken as confessed against you. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. TV. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. CEORGE J. TALIANOFF Solicitor for plaintiff 19-16 9/2-9 Loar School Will Begin Fall Term September 28 The Lear Day School, Miami Beach's oldest, will begin its fall semester September 28. It will be open for inspection and registration during all of September. The school, in operation for more than 15 years, is located in a coral rock building amidst gar-1 dens that extend 350 feet along j Biscayne Bay. There is a 75-foot swimming pool on the campus. Regular academic training is provided for nursery-aged children, as well as those taking college preparatory courses. Lear graduates are now attending leading northern universities. In addition to regular academic courses, the school offers such extra curicular activities as classes in costume designing and drama. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of National Chemical Products at 1320 N. Bayshore Drive, Miami, Florida, intend to i.i:i.-t. r said name with Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida MAX GOLDBERG LARRY L. STEWART IIV SCHWARTZ Partn. %  :• 2-9-16 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY G1VF.N that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of NIVBN MANUFACTURING CO. (NOT INCORPORATED) at 3J9S N. W. 22nd Avenue, Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clei k of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, WILLIAM X1VEN 9/2-9-16-23-30 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THK 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OK FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY-. — IN CHANCERY, No. 126814. EDITH TARASIEWICZ De DAPPER, Plaintiff, vs. MAURICE Ue DAfI'ER, Defendant. You, MAURICE De DAPPER, 214 Madison Avenue, Elmira, New York, are notified to file your Appearance in the above cause for Divorce on or before September 23. 1919. or a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against you. DATED: August 24, 1949. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) By F. J. GOULD. Deputy Cl-ik. MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Plaintiff 922 Seybold Building, Miami, Florida |/26 9/2-9-16 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN Till: COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No, In Re:' ESTATE OF JACOB MINOWITZ, Deceased. To All Creditors and All Persons HavIng Claims or D. mandj Against Said Estate: y %  • an I • h of you, are hereby • I and required to present any nds which yo oi against' the estate of JACOB MINOWITZ de' Dadi County, Florida to the H n w p BLANTON, County County, and file the fflce In the County In 1 .. le county. Florida eight calendar months from publication herelalms or demands to con• of the claimant • "to and presented as me will be barred See 8* %  : II 120 of the 1933 Probate Act 1 % % %  % isi ::. AIP 1949 BERTHA MINOWITZ, As Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of JACOB MINOWITZ 11. ... %  -..,! i THEODORE J. SAKOWITZ >' %  for Executrix %  :. i-2( • 2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of A & B Beauty Shop at 205 Congress Building, Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ABE SHATKIN, Sole Owner A. J. KAPLAN Attorney for applicant Congress Bldg. S/26 9/2-9-16-23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Hurnev's Photo Center at 1141-43 West Flagler Street, Miami, Florida. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. PHOTO ILLUSTRATORS, INC. A Florida Corporation By Burnev Lashman, President MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicant Seybold Building 8/19-26 9/2-9 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS^ NAME LAW US NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tl,,, the undersigned, desiring to eiig-igJ business under the flctltl Clerk of the Circuit Court of County, Florida. LOUIS QITTLEMAN Sole Owner 8/12-19-26 9/2 the Dada NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. 126626. VICTORIA ROBSON, Plaintiff, vs. STEPHEN E. ROBSON, Defendant. TO: Stephen E. Robson 224 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, otherwise a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against you. Dated this loth day of August. 1949. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. HAROLD SHAPIRO Attorney for Plaintiff 927 Lincoln Road 8/19-26 9/2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERESY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of BEACH TOGGERY SHOP at number 6606 Collins Avenue In the URy ot Miami Beach, Florida, Intends to ree. Ister the said name with the Clerk or the Circuit Court of Dade County Florida. ISIDORE ARONOVITZ ARONOVITZ, WE1NKLE & ARONOVITZ 74S Seybold Building Miami, Fla. 8/12-19-26 9/2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Dade Warehouse at 30(t> N \v N River Drive, Miami. Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dads County Florida. DAVID POTTASH ELRY STONE Congress Bldg., Miami Attorney for Applicant 8/12-19-26 9/2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of E & I. POULTRY & FISH MARKET at 615 N. W. 2nd Avenue, Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida HERBERT EDELSTEIN AL LILIENFELD LEO SHEINBR Attorney for Applicants 1204-03 Pacific Bldg. 8/26 9/2-9-16 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA, — IN CHANCERY, No. 126769. GERTRUDE DOSTIS. Plaintiff, vs. MILTON DOSTIS, Defendant. You, MILTON DOSTIS, 216 E 75th Street, New York City. New York. are notified to file your appearance In the above cause for divorce on the 22nd day of September, A.D. 1949, otherwise decree pro confesso will be entered against you. Dated this 22nd day of August, E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN e Uty Cle Attorney for Plaintiff Seybold Bldg. ,26 9/2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of A RON'S DEPARTMENT STORE at number 3"7 North Second Road. In the City of South Miami, Florida. Intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MORRIS A RON ESTHER ARON HERMAN SI EG A L Attorney at law H06 Congress Building Miami. Florida S/26 9/2-9-16-23 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! The Jewish Floridian solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates. Phone 2-1141 for messenger service. ... „.,, 0RDER T 0 APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ''£ FJ-ORIDA IN AND FOR DADE F&Ss*"~ 1N e***"***. No. FI ?, A: ,' C S EDWIN KNOWLTON, Plaintiff, vs. MARGARET KNOWLTON, Defendant. -, T OU\ MARGARET KNOWLTON. I-onda. New York, are required to file an appearance In the above entitled suit for divorce on the 19 day of September, 1919. or a decree pro confesso win be entered against you. Dated this 17 day of August, 1949 E B. LEATHERMAN, ... .. Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING. MOIE J. L. TENDR.CH PU y ^^ Attorney for Plaintiff 6u7 Biscayne Building Miami, Florida b.19-26 9/2-9 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE. No. 22814. In Re: ESTATE OF MORRIS J. GERSTEIN, Deceased. To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands AgaUxjt Said Estate: You, and ench of you, are hsreby notified and required to present anv claims and demands which you, or either of you. may have against the estate of MORRIS J. GEBjSTEIN deceased late of Dade Countv, Florida to the Hon. W. F. BLANTPON. Countv Judge of Dade County, and file th* same In his office In the County Courthouse In Dad* Countv, Florida within eight calendar months from 0 a te of the flrMt Publication hereof. Said claims M demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act Date August 8, A.D. 1949 v^W-Vrv", 1 '" f'-EASON and E. DAVID ROSEN As Co-executors of the Last Will ^FRSTV.v"^' 0f MORRIS J. tih.KSTl.lN', Deceased E. DAVID ROSEN B49 Seybold Bldg. Miami. Fla. Attorney for Executors S/12-19-26 9/2 ORDER OF PUBLICATION! 1N !" E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE PI/ mn J A UD ,£ UL CIRCUIT !" P COP N TV' tv A £B FO DADB 12636~ IN CHANCERT. No. LEO • %  • nla. are" no^fie,^ ^f^u/a'p': l'orce an0e on l Ve h V, bnVe <• %  "o' DD 1411 or £L befo I? September 5. l.e en£rrt ?T e Pr0 Confesso will "e entered against you 1949 : Th 8 ,st da 'y ot August, .Circuit C B ourVS ,ERMAN C,Mk By WM. W. STOCKING. MAX R. SILVER. Attorney for Plaintiff 8/5-12-19-26 9/2 Deputy Clerk. NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FI/IRIDA, IN AND POH DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 126571. MARY THOMPSON BLATTY, Plaintiff, vs. EDWARD BLATTY, Defendant. To: EDWARD BLATTY No 323 Bryant Street, N.E., Washington, D. C. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a bill of complaint for annulment has been filed against you, an,I you are hereby required to file your appearance or answer herein on or before September 12th. 1919. otherwise the allegations of said bill will be taken as confessed by you Dnted at Miami, Florida, this 11 day of August. 1949 E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. MARX FABER %  Solicitor for Plaintiff 412 Congress Building Miami, Florida 8/12-19-26 9/2 STOCK I Mi. Deputy Clerk ORDER OF PUBLICATION CX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR BADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 126412 ttVELYN BECKNELL, Plaintiff, vs. GEORGE LESTER BECKNELL Defendant. YOU. GEORGE LESTER BECErvELL, Residence Unknown, are notified to file your appearance In the aebove cause for divorce, on or before September ft, 1949, or a derive pro confesso will be entered against yon, DATED: August 4, 1949. E. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIOE Deputy Clerk. MAX R SILVER. Attorney for Plaintiff Seybold Building Miami, Florida S/5-12-19-26 9/2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS ..._ NAME LAW ,>, NuT 'CE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In nty, Florida. RUTH SILVERS „.,,..._ 8ole Owner WEINSTI'IN 7 !" !" ^T^co'ln^Ro^d^" 03 1 8 19-26 9/2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in DANIEL F.Ws-E-R 1 MBTB tWJZl A p d p g ,,c nt 8/12-19-26 9/2 ^^S* IN y s i?%o? SEfflrakn* In Re. ESTATE OF JULIUS ELKIN, Deceased. T 'lng 11 CH| d m rS and A ****** HavSald Es't'aTe" Ue, a ds A a '"" t NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No. 22S89 In Re: ESTATE OF LENA MARCUS, Deceased. To All Creditors and All Person* Haying Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You. and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you. may have against the estate of LENA MARCUS deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the Hon. W. P BLANTON. County Judge of Dade County, and file the same in his office In the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the dat' of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Date August 23, A.D. 1949 MEYER MARCUS. As Administrator of the Estate of LENA MARCUS, Deceased MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Admlnlstrator Seybold Bldg. 8/26 9/2-9-16 the 1933 Probate Act. uate August 11, A.D. 1949. 120 of DE ML^,^ 8 ^;^'". NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name or ALRAY SHOPPE at number 121 South Miami Avenue, in the City of Miami. Florida, intends to register the saw name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. HENRY STEINBERG ARONOVITZ, WEINKLE AND ARONOVITZ Attorneys for Applicant Seybold Building 8/19-26 9/2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .... NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name 01 G. B. Market at 400 N. W. 19th Street, Miami, Florida. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of "•' Circuit Court of Dade County. Floriua MORTON PORWICK JACK PORWICK. 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PAGE SIXTEEN Louis Schwartzman Named Director Of Bureau Of Jewish Education Louis Schwartzman has been named executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education. Max Meisel. president of the bureau, announced this week. Schwartzman succeeds A. P. Gannes, who left recently to assume the post of director of the Philadelphia Council on Jewish Education. Schwartzman has been director of the Atlanta Bureau of Jewish Education for the past three years. He graduated from the Baltimore Hebrew College and Teachers Training School, where he received his Bachelor of Hebrew Letters degree and is now a candidate for a Ph. D. at Dropsie College in Philadelphia. Schwartzman is also a graduate of the Baltimore City College and received his Bachelor of Law from the University of Maryland. He took advanced work at Johns Hopkins University. Prior to serving in Atlanta, he was assistant at the Board of Jc v. :


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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2. 1949 -A-nisttkridicir PAGE THIRTEEN RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY Congregation Beth El (Orthodox), 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Cantor Milton Friedman. Friday evening: services 6:30. Sabbath morningservice at 8:30 a.m. li-ir Mltsvah of Sheldon, son of Mr. and Mr* Philip Hittleman. Rabbi Qrauer will address the young man. Junior congregation at 10 a.m. Mliu-ha %  I 6 followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily service 8 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. Temple larael (Reform). 137 N.E. 19th St. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Rabbi Emeritus. Sabbath eveningservice at 8:15. Temple Emanu-El (Reform), 1801 S. Andrews Ave., Fort Lauderdale. Dr. Marius Ranson, Rabbi. Friday eveningservices at 8:00. Rabbi Hanson will officiate. Jewish Community Center (Conservative), 2020 Polk St.. Hollywood. Friday evening services at 8:15. Saturday services at 9:00 a.m. during bummer. Anyone wishing a Minyan for Yahrselt is asked to call Hyman Hebrew Academy, 918 6th St., Miami Beach. Friday evening services at 6:30. Saturds) morning services at 9. MIndia ai 6:15. Dally services at 7:30 a.m. .•mil 8:30 p.m. Tickets for High Holiday services now available. Temple Isaiah (Reform), 1065 Dade Blvd., Miami Beach. Rabbi David Raab. Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Moshay l\ Mann will conduct services and deliver the sermon. A reception to welcome the rabbi will f..||o\v the services. Israelite Center (General), 3346 S.W. 24th St. Dally services at 7 a.m. Friday night services at 8 p.m. Refreshments will be served Immediately following the services. Saturday morningservices at a.m. Congregation Young Israel (Orthodox), 4001 Chase Ave., Miami Beach. Friday evening services at 6. Sabbath morning services at 9. Mlncha at 6:5". Dally services at 8 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Temple Beth Sholom (Liberal), 4144 Chase AveMiami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Friday evening summer service at 8:15 p.m. Coral Gables Jewish Center (Liberal). Services discontinued until the fall. United Jewish Scnools, North Campus, University of Miami. Discontinued until fall. Congregation Keneseth Israel (Orthodox). 1415 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H. Ever. Friday evening services at 8:16 p.m. Kabbl Isaac H. Ever will deliver the sermon. Saturday morning services at 8:30 a.m. AI B p.m. Rabbi Ever will speak on 'The Ethics of the Fathers to be followed by Shalos Seudos Maariv. Dally services at 8 a.m and 6:30 p.m. followed by class in Jewish LAWS and Customs. Talmud Torah registration Sunday. Miami Hebrew School and Congregation (Orthodox), 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Berele Kelemer. Services Friday evening at 6:30. Saturday morning at 9 a.m Bar Mitzvah of Bernard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Rosenblatt. Rabbi April will address the young man. Mlncha at 6 p.m. followed by Shalos Seudos and Zmiros. Maariv at 7:30 p.m. Hebrew school dally 9 a.m. to 12 noon. Dally services at 7:30 a.m. and 6:45 p.m. Committee in charge of ticket sales for High Holy Day services every evening from 8-10 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 12 noon. Sunday school reopens September 11. Religious Congregation, 4064 N.W. 4th St. Services Saturday morning at 9:00 o'clock. Congregation beth Tfilah (Orthodox). 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Friday evening service at 6:30 p.m Saturday morning at 8:30 Rabbi Rackovsky will s|>eak on "Jewish Education—What Is It?" Saturday at 5:30 p.m. Rabbi Rackovsky will speak on "The Ethics of the Fathers." followed by Mlncha, Shalos Seudos and program of Palestinian songs. Maariv will follow. Dally services at 7:30 a.m. Class In Mlshna will be addressed by the Rabbi. Services at 6:30 p.m. followed by a class In Jewish laws and customs. Miami Beach Jewish Community Center (Conservative). 1701 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. Friday evening service at 6:15. Saturday morning service at 9. Rabbi Lehrman will preach on "The WeeklyPortion of the Law." Daily services at B a.m. and 6:15 p.m Congregation Beth David (Conservative). 135 N.W. Third Ave. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. Friday evening services at 6:30. Sabhath morning services at 8:30. Rabbi Shapiro and Cantor Mamches will officate. Congregation Beth Jacob (Orthodox), 301-311 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Friday evening service at 6:30 p.m. Sabbath service at 8:30 a.m. Mlncha at 6:30 followed by Shalos Seudos. Rabbi Meschelotf will speak on the Portion of the Week. Dally sessions of the Religious School Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 12 noon. Seating committee for the sale of holiday tickets will be at the synagogue from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. dally excepting the Sabbath. Associated Photographers Standing before Beth David Synagogue, now under construction at S.W. 3rd Ave., between 26th and 27th Roads, are members making arrangements for the carnival to be held on the new site thi weekend. Pictured 0. to r.) are Harry Gordon, Mrs. George Goldberg, Goldberg, Jerome B. Gordon, Mrs. Harry Gordon, Mrs. Isidore Cohen, David Weinstein and Samuel Levilan. NEW RESIDENCE OF RABBI ISAAC H. EVER Spiritual Leader of Congregation Keneseth Israel 1313—14th Street, Miami Beach, Florida Phone 58-4369 LINDA BRANDS. INC. [0 S.E. 5th Street Miami, Florida Available to Give You Personal Service and Information PHONE B2-2731 82-2732 tJr* **** %  A" \#& ^i^ iSP" >*" For your health. for your aatlsfaciion demand "KOSHER ZION" Products, under the supervision of Rabbi Sholem Gedalia Kolpas. DAVID MANASTER AND BROTHERS KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. 37th St. and Normal, Chicago, 111., U.S.A. Under U. S. Government Supervision ESTABLISHMENT NO. 1 N. W. Religious Group Plans Holiday Services The Northwest Religious Congregation will conduct High Holy Day services at 3681 N.W. 2nd St., according to an announcement by Nat Pollack. As there are only a limited number of seats, Pollack urges all persons who wish to attend services to make reservations immediately. Ticket chairman is I. Rubenstein, 4064 N.W. 4th St.. telephone 4-9861. Tickets are five dollars per person. The congregation, which has been organized for approximately a year, conducts services Saturday morning at 4064 N.W. 4th St. Reception To Honor Rabbi And Mrs. Skop Rabbi and Mrs. Morris A. Skop will be honored at a reception to be given by the Coral Gables Jewish Center Sunday, September 11, from 8 to 11 p.m. at the Coral Gables Elks Club, 22 Giralda. Fred Hunt Seeks Commission Seat Fred T. Hunt, 45, building trades foreman, announced last weekend that he would try for a commission post in the November election. Hunt was a candidate for the post in 1945. Hunt, who lives at 1563 S. W. 2nd St., announced his candidacy in 1940 but failed to qualify. He has twice been a candidate in the Democratic primary for state representative but was defeated. "Action, Not Promises" will be his slogan, he disclosed. The drinking of alcohol is more often a symptom of mental disease than its cause, according to the Encyclopaedia Britannica. ABBOTT GARDENS PRIVATE SCHOOL NURSERY THROUGH 8th GRADE REGISTRATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED Ojun Houie £uruday.j £zp£. 11th 2-5 7>. m. Fall Term Begins Sept. 19th 7705 Abbott Ave. Phone 86-4818 Miami Beach A Gift Subscription LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COINTY JUIHJIC'S COt'RT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE. No 22934 In Re:' ESTATE OF CARSON BRADFORD, SB. Deceased. To All Creditorx am] All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you. are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of CARSON BRADFORD, SR to the Hon. \V. F. BLANTON, Countv Judge of Dade County, and file the same In his office In the Countv Courthouse in Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented an aforesaid, or same will be barred s,.,. Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Dale August 30, AD. 1949. -MARION PATRICK BRADFORD CARSON BRADFORD. JR. As Executors of the Last Will and Testament of CARSON BRADFORD. SR., Deceased DAVID P. 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rt '. PAGE FOOB *Jelslfkr titan FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 2 %  %  • EDITORIAL The Jerusalem issue The Lausanne conference, which gave promise of effecting an Israeli-Arab peace settlement until outside influences began manifesting themselves with dangerous regularity, is again in the midst of a crisis. Until recent days the news pouring out from Lausanne concerned itself chiefly with the Arab refugee problem and territorial adjustments. In fact, Israel's offer to admit 100,000 of those refugees was believed to have opened the road to concrete achievement even though the shrewd Arab bargainers insisted on further concessions. Now it appears that the crux of the issue is not the repatriation problem but Jerusalem. That the issue was injected by "outside influences" rather than by Arabs themselves makes it virtually certain that the forces which have been seeking to nullify the Lausanne efforts will succeed in their objective of bringing the issue anew before the General Assembly in the hope of securing greater "international" pressure on the new state. The warning by U.N. headquarters in Jerusalem against the transfer by Israel of any of its government offices to that city and the Lausanne report that a subcommittee of the U.N. Conciliation Commission had worked out a plan for the internationalization of the disputed city show an unmistakable trend—it shows the effectiveness of the propaganda from certain quarters. Jerusalem has been the heart of the Jewish people over the centuries. Even the opponents of Jewish statehood will admit that it is the heart of Israel. Israel without Jerusalem is inconceivable. Political pressure will not foist an internationalization solution on Israel. THE OUTCAST— Anti-Semitism in Uermanu The tale of risinq anti-Semitism in Germany is so old that there is an inclination in some circles to completely forget it, or to take it for granted as an irradicable German national trait. It is true that the hate scourge is part and parcel of the foul German soil and soul and that no one is really amazed when it emerges over and over again in all its frightfulness and ugliness and in all strata of German society. But, to ignore that occurrence even in a country which, we hope, will soon have no Jews, is akin to treating a highly communicable disease by ignoring its nature. Germany is in the center of Europe, and once the ugly trademark of Hitlerism is permitted to rise in new vehemence there, it will spread rapidly along the shattered roads of the rest of the world. With Europe's sick social structure amenable to all sorts of psychopathic trends, the danger of Germany again becoming the fuehrer of international anti-Semitism is not as remote as it would seem to the foolish and incautious. Our own book with Germany will never close. Except perhaps for the sick, the evil and the psychopathic, no Jews will remain on the accursed German soil. However, to the extent that national anti-Semitism is an international warning signal, the victors in mankind's most destructive war must not remain slumbering on their posts. Capitol Spotlight By MILTON FRIEDMAN WASHINGTON — Anti-Jewish elements from all parts of the country will arrive in St. Louis, Mo., on September 27 to 30 for a convention of the Christian Nationalist Crusade. Meanwhile, the Crusade's director. Gerald L. K. Smith, has taken to slandering the dead. The late Rabbi Stephen S. Wise is very crudely maligned in an editorial by Smith in the current issue of his hate sheet. "The Cross and Flag." The editorial, however, inadvertently pays tribute to the effectiveness of Jewish organizations. Entitled, "The Ruthless Ghost of Rabbi Wise," the editorial accuses the late leader of attempting to "steal" from G. A. Richards, owner of radio stations, who faces charges before the Federal Communications Commission of ordering anti-Semitism injected in radio newscasts. "G. A. Richards," Smith wrote, "is the name of a great American. In the eyes of the Jews, Mr. Richards committed the unpardonable sin. He allowed his radio station to be used as an outlet to a network of 60 stations when Rev. Charles E. Coughlin exposed the Jew and cited the proper authority concerning their international conspiring activities. "The Jews did not rest until they had played politics in Rome. Washington, Detroit, and elsewhere in such a way as to silence Rev. Coughlin. Some months ago Rabbi Stephen Wise, now deceased, started a campaign to steal from Mr. Richards the investment of millions of dollars which he had made in these powerful stations. I say steal advisedly because the campaign was to cancel Richards' permit to operate radio stations. To cancel a permit is to destroy the investment and make the wave length available to someone else. "Such Gestapo organizations and extremist groups as the American Jewish Congress, headed by Rabbi Wise, the Anti-Defamation League, which is the Gestapo of the B'nai B'rith, the Jewish Labor Committee which specializes in meddling in such matters and the Jewish War Veterans who frequently carry on terrorist and storm troop activities together with numerous other Jewish organizations such as the Community Relations Committee of Los Angeles, the Jewish Community Council of Detroit and the Jewish Community Council of Cleveland—these groups are spending thousands of dollars and carrying on intense campaigns to deny free speech and free air to Mr. Richards and his organization. It is to be hoped that common sense will prevail and that someone along the line will have enough moral courage to protect the Richards organization against the conscienceless bigotry of these Jews." The recent decision of the FCC to call Richards to full account has been hailed by Will Maslow, general counsel of the American Jewish Congress, as significant in preserving our democratic way of life from "the poison of hatred deliberately spread by those who abuse the privilege of being licensed to utilize mass media of communication like the radio." Smith is still castigating the late President Roosevelt. He blames the late President for the collapse of China, accusing Roosevelt of "treason" in favor of Russia. Franklin D. Roosevelt. Jr., is succeeding President Roosevelt as a target of Smith's wrath. In an article entitled. "Plentv of JewMoney for Junior," Smith alleges that the new Congressman is a puppet of Jews who hope to make him President in 1952. Reviewing the establishment of Israel, Smith observes that "most of the Zionists are not even Jews. They represent a herd of semiOnental savages that adopted Judaism as their official religion in the middle centuries and out of this gang has been produced most of the Russian Jews and most of the Polish Jews." A review of the movie, "Home of the Brave," published by Smith, accuses the "Jew overlords of Hollywood" of stirring up ill-will between whites and the Negroes. It is also alleged that the Jews are trying "to line up the Negroes as an insulation between the awakened white man and the plotting Jew." Smith says he is now selling the Anti-Defamation League's book, "How Secure These Rights?", which exposes him, for $3 a copy. He writes that the "Jewish Gestapo will be surprised," but he wants the world to see "the desperate and Satanic attempt of these Jews to destroy Christian Americans." These thoughts and similar ideas will no doubt, be expounded late this month in the Municipal Auditorium in St. Louis. It is also revealed that "through the cooperation of a generous Nationalist" another meeting place has been made available at 1533 S. Grand Ave. "with the understanding that it be used strictly as Nationalist headquarters." In deciphering secret messages, the assumption of probable clew words is often necessary. Hollywood News By LEON GUTTERMAN HOLLYWOOD—Al Jolson, now in New York on a personal appearance tour for the world premiere of his new picture "Jolson Sings Again" in New York City, told me before he left Hollywood that he has an idea for a second sequel to his original "Jolson Story." Its locale would be in Israel. Having had his rather rich life immortalized in celluloid in the two films, Jolson figures that his activities in the next two or three years on behalf of the youngest member of the United Nations, coupled with his still fertile show business anthology, would be a sturdy story basis for a possible third picture for Columbia studio production. • • On the eve of sailing home from Paris on the Queen Mary, Eddie Cantor transcribed a broadcast to be released in the U.S. on Sept. 1 on behalf of the European Cooperation Administration. Its aim is to counteract the propaganda against spending heavy money to help the Continent get back on its feet economically. Eddie, vitally interested in supporting the Marshal Plan as a means of preserving peace, refused to accept any money either for his work or expenses. By the way, Eddie was elected to the presidency of the Jewish Theatrical Guild for his 18th consecutive term at the annual meeting of the philanthropic organization. All other officers and members of the council were returned to office, including George Jessel and Jack Benny, vice presidents. • • • Milton Berle confided to me this week that he and Texaco have repacted for three more years for his "Texaco Star Theater." The figure is substantially higher than his last year's take from both television and radio Milton s new contract, calling for 39-wteks a year on NBC-TV for the Texas Company gives the comedian $10,000 per broadcast for the 1949-50 season, $11,500 for the succeeding year and $13,000 in 1951-52. • • • KCA-NBC, undoubtedly has some very definite ideas about color television and when it will break but he is discreetly reticent about sharing his thoughts with anyone else Here in Hollywood for a week of vacation, Sarnoff termed trfn "ui i a >, e !, neral '"section trip. He looked over the NBC wn "i S ? n Fr ancisco and Hollywood and said he liked what he saw. As for radio, he thinks it nas a good many years left and needed a WayS ** welcome and Jewish Orthodox Groups To Mobilize Against Proposed Calendar Reforms NEW YORK. (JTA)—Jewish Orthodox groups here this week indicated that they will mobilize all possible strength to combat a proposed calendar reform which may be taken up at the U. N. General Assembly next month and which is causing great concern to religious Jews throughout the world. The measure has the support of 41 nations, its advocates claim. The proposal, which would affect the Sabbath and Jewish religious life, has been submitted to the United Nations by Panama with the recommendation that it go into effect throughout the world starting in 1950. Under the provisions of this proposal the calendar year would be divided into 52 weeks with each day of the week remaining the same date on the calendar forever. This simplification of the calendar would, however, make a year of 364 days instead of the 365-dav year. The extra day would be accounted for by making the day following Dec. 31 an annual vearend world holiday. It would have no date and would be followed by January 1. A bill recommending a similar calendar reform was introduced in the U. S. Senate several months ago. The bill, which was read twice and referred to the Committee on Foreign Affairs, urges Congress to enact legislation under which the day after Saturdav. Pw ,} l A }? 50 be designated Worldsday and that the world calendar should become the official calendar of the United States beginning with Sunday Jan. 1, 1951. Jewish religious groups in the united States, in opposing the establishment of a world calendar of 364 days, advance the a u gUm en t thal the elimination of the 365th day from the calendar would shift the Jewish Sabbath one day each year. "Observant Jews would certainlv refuse to accept the new naming of the days which would shift their day of rest from Saturdav to Fridav "V ve _ar later from Saturday to Thursday, etc.." Dr. Jonas Simon, spokesman for the Orthodox groups declared. Dr. Simon, in a memorandum disseminated among delegates to the United Nations and members vS& ng ress de dares that the substitution of the present calendar by the world calendar is "an encroachment on the Sabbath" and will result in great confusion in Jewish religious life. The proposed new calendar is in many respects similar to the "commercial calendar" advocated some M V A y *fl s % gQ fa y a committee headed by George Eastman of Rochester, prominent American industrialist who heads the Eastman Kodak Co. The Roman Catholic Church has expressed no objections to the Panamanian proposal, which has already been placed on the provisional agenda of the U.N. General Assembly. Catholic circles emphasize that although the present calendar was drawn up by Pope Gregory XIII, in 1852, Catholic leaders see no church objection to the new reform. Egyptians Bar Israel Flag At Health Parley LONDON, (JTA)—The Egyptian government will not permit the hoisting of an Israel flag at the United Nations Regional Health Meeting scheduled to open in Alexandria on September 12, it was reported here this week from Cairo. The barring of the Israel emblem from flying alongside the national flags of other participants in the conference was announced despite the fact that Israel delegates to the parley have reportedly been granted Egyptian visas. The decision to admit Israel representatives to Egypt to attend the U. N. health parley provoked a discussion in the Egyptian Cabinet, Reuters reported. The report said that Premier Sirry Pasha declared that the admission of the Israel envoys did not imply recognition of the State of Israel. He emphasized that the invitation to attend the meeting in Alexandria was extended not by Egypt but by U. N. headquarters at Lake Success. vjenistincrldfian m Published every Friday einee 1rV7 y The Jewish Flbridian at 120 N t. Sixth Street, Miami 18, Florida. Entered aa econd-claae matter July *• 1930, at the Post Office of Miami, Pla.. under the Act of March i. ISTS. Tha Jawlih Florldian haa absorbed •tia Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of tha Jewish TeleS raphie Agency, Sevan Arts Pasture yndicata. Worldwide News Service, National Editorial Association. American Aaaociatlon of Eno'lah-Jswlsh Newspaoera. Florida Press Aasoclatlon. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Orva Year. W < Two Yeara 5.00 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher Telephones 2-1141—2-8212 OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Volume 22 Number 35 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1949 ELUL 8, 5709 ^ %  i!-"\^~'/?~*y*ryC I f ^*i*&*



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• < PAGE TWO Til Say... %  r sang:'"G i m ves in i mysterious wa: • perform." But Heine declared tion that sometimes God di sense ol humor A: ntury it vould perhaps have beer; quit* fitting : a Jewish Redeemer tc come out if tl imtains .'.-z in goatskins • .•':' 2-: wh< >uM ever ex;. i Mesa -'. U walk sut f a Viennese to) • in ires r I ts of Lesser %  %  %  : found myself am rig stud i eady eturn to thei: lieges. T cation turned at lay in the Asi iPress The g f Thedor '-.-::. in the Dob: .pene i His remi ins % % % %  : :~ carried by plax I 'V ; Dr Herri was ; dramatist' What plays the m iera ii ama : :.-• %  If .-.-. *aa Dent autli tie write?" 1 replied The Jewish Si %  gushed ; girl just out of Senic r High El L Td love U ead it Wl re can I get: 5 town. I ans* -ire; •I don'l think y er %  \\ ;-. rather recommend .-. %  %  L Pinsk It states I .;0,-ritten bei DeJ ... %  : : ed I suppose I %  • %  br jght a lot : Jews into P;:~_=:.' %  : %  N I tated reluct* ntly If anything be k pi ieve in the policy of infiltraH I Palestine c masse. I get it "knist fhrktter FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2M9? Theodor Herzl: The Magnetic Knight Errant By HARRY £ Ii iir Dec! England I n-sar. tc feel So. thai %  % %  '~:z%  .of Israel Weli what i.i ho By plete! n the defensive. I answered somewhat lamely. -'He founded the Zionist Organization." 'Oh. shoot!" was the comment. I felt annoved. Why couldn't I get across my own strong feeling for Herz"s genius The young people couldn't perceive it from my catalog of his achievements When I got home. I delved into Bien's "Life of Herzl" and his "Diaries" as condensed by Maurice Samuel. It is surprising how bizarre some of his objectives took today. How the world changed in half a century! Another Messiah From his own Diaries. Herzl emerges a kn>g ht errant out of the romantic past, whose quest for the Holy Grail led to Mount Z:on. Outwardly a gentleman of finesse, of impeccable taste and courtly manner, actually he is the :ast of those fantastic pseudo Messiahs who. without any mandate from people. D'.ead the Jewish cause before Princes and Statesmen, before Pope and Emperor. In the tradition -f =r. Abulafia. a David Reubeni. a Salomo Molcho. ffers the impoverished Sultan huge sums for a charter that would enable Jews to form a state in Palestine within '-he framework of the crumbling Turkish empire How he would get the money he didn't know. Ye: as a salaried newspaper correspondenl be is quite ready to confer leadership upon ss Baron De Hersh or Lord Rothschild. With a medieval feeling for pomp and panoply, he envisages to the Jewish State a High Priest clad in imposing ceremonial robes, and army officers in yellow trousers, white tunics, and silver cuirasses. H r Piece in History And yet. Herzl towers as one of the supreme figures in Jewish annals. History was waiting for this genius whe supplied that which was lacking in the long generations of sages, cabalists. martyrs, and ts. His glamorous personality, his kingly bearing. his integrated character, his lofty spirit filled a niche SIMONHOFT that had become a vacuum because of the unparalleled agonies endured by his people for two millcnia. A practical statesman, or a rational philosopher, or a calculating leader, or a silver tongued orator could never have captivated the Jewish soul. In Herzl—who resembles the Semitic Kings cut in stone on Assyrian monuments—the people recognized their own inherent nobility, lost in the degradation of the Galut. His personality electrified the masses as well as the classes. The chaotic forces in Jewish life coalesced around him. For the first time in 1300 vears. scattered and shattered Jewry found a unified voice to demand from the nations of the world its right to live. What was the Zionist Congress nf 1897 but the resurrected Sanhedrin buried in the year 70 amidst the ashes and debris of fallen Jerusalem? Herzl infused a living soul in the dried bones of a Jewrv that cluttered the valleys of all nations. To the Jewish ghost, that wandered about astounding the world, he furnished a body and a habitation. He decreed that henceforth the Jewish people would decide its own destiny. The Triumphant Funeral There is something almost mythical about this Messianic figure who lived in our own era. In 1904, the entire Jewish people were mourners at his funeral. In 1949. his disinterred remains are carried past hundreds of thousands, who line the avenues of Tel Aviv, the roads of Israel, the streets of Jerusalem. The exalted emotion that grips them is expressed by the Prime Minister: "Only two men were privileged to have their remains transferred to Israel in 3300 years—both were sons of Jacob. The first was Joseph, who left the testament asking that his bones 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 to reality." Selevan To Compete In Tennis Tournament Bemart Selevar Miami B : the Eddi( ': :.: tennis :. phy at the %  L •.N v -:_. ing tl %  : r : %  for the toument rming n< : the tennis nships ted %  • er He has bei n ir ic for eekend by the t JEWISH CUISINE LUNCHEON SPECIALS SANDWICHES SOUR CREAM WITH COTTAGE CHEESE SOUR CREAM WITH VEGETABLES Air-Conditioned Mezzanine Floor Gelber Will Attend Youth Conference Seym u. Gelber of the NorSch 1 1021 Biarritz Dr.. j presenting thei Adult Planning Commis-' n ha.been elected as one of legates to the 1949 assem; I the National Jewish Youth Conference, which will be held Sept< nber 2 :-. 9 at Camp WelMi I Nai N. Y. The conference :; a nationwide youth t ::; sponsored by the National ih Welfare Board and representing Jewish youth and young i jit uncils and national Jewish nth ."gamzations. Gelber is one of many young people from all sections of the intry who will attend the conference assembly. Representation :'."". Jewish Community = Jewish Youth Councils. Jewish Young Adult Councils, nati r.a". Jewish youth organizations ind ther Jewish youth groups. Delegates to the conference assembly will map out the 1949-50 program of the conference, cona constitution for the body, participate in workshop demonstrations of various skills and exmine major issues facing Jewish youth, such as youth's cultural. fund-raising, and community relies, impact of Israel on j American Jewish youth and their 'relationship to world Jewry, intergroup projects. leadership training, Jewish education, and national Jewish youth organiza"ISirilifla v Gift" Will Be Aired Tomorrow "Birthday Gift." latest in the radio series "Stories To Remember." will be heard tomorrow at 6 p.m. over station WVCG. Coral Gables, with Hugh Marlowe starring. Participants in the fifteen-minute live panel discussion immediately following, will be: Gilbert J. Balkin. director, Florida regional office. Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, who will serve as moderator; Dr. Seymour Blumenthal, professor of Psychology. University of Miami: Mrs. Morris A. Skop; and Miss Lois Mondress. "Birthday Gift" is the story of a child whose parents make him conscious of the difference in color between himself and a playmate, but who finds a child's straightforward way of remaining friendly. The latest play, adapted from a story by B. J. Chute originally appearing in the magazine "WornI en's Home Companion," was produced by the Institute for Democratic Education in cooperation with the Anti-Defamation League, as another program in the series of adaptations of wellknown short stories dealing with the problems of intergroup tensions. The Showcase of Good Food The GOVERNOR CAFETERIA 1225 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH MOUNT NEB0 CEMETERY Offers to DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES A 5-POINT PURCHASE PLAN • Wise Counseling • Beautiful Landscaping • Perpetual Care • Pro-Need Budget Plan • Special Protective Features Ideally Located Near West Flagler at 53rd Avenue Jeneral Office —Olympia Bldg. For Information Phone 3-3720 RABBI S. M. MACHTEL Exec Vice-President ROBERT YAFFEY. 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• I PAGE EIGHT Je*l§tincrkffar FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2. 1949 t Leventhal-Rosenthal Nuptials Set For Sunday f Dons Rosenthal Mrs. Joseph Rosenthal. 1502 N.E. 1st Ave announces the approaching marriage of her daughter. Doris, to Norman J. Leventhal. s :: Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Leventhal. formerly of Philadelphia. The ceremony will include members of the immediate families and will take place at 4 p.m. on Sunday a: Beth El synagogue. Rabbi Murray G.auer will officate. Op<: will be held for relatives and friends at the home %  f the br:de"s mother following the C': ny No invitations have been issued. The bnde-elect is a graduate of Miai E son High School and r. \v employed in the office of E. B. Leatherman. Her fiance graduated from Darby High School and attended Michigan State College. He spent three years in the army with service in the Philippines and Japan. Wolfson Family On Extensive Trip Mitchell Wolfson will leave tomorrow for Chicago, where he will join Mrs. Wolfson. their daughter. Frankie. and son. Louis, who left here Tuesday, and their son. Mickey, who has been spending the summer at Cheley Camp. Estes Park. Colo. Mr. and Mrs. Wolfson and Louis will continue to San Francisco and Los Angeles, where they will attend the convention of the Theatre Owners of America, of which he is vice president and chairman of the television committee. Frankie and Mickey will go to the Wolfson's summer home in Asheville. N. C. where they will be joined by their mother following the conclave. Frankie will be a freshman at Oberlm College in Oberhn. Ohio. Louis will return to Grinnell College in Iowa. Mr. Wolfson plans to return to Miami at the end of September. Mrs. Wolfson is expected home in October. A' Jewish Mew Year's at always, there is a Hallmark Card that says what you want to say, the way you want to say it. See our selection now. —In Miami— Seminole Paper & Printing 419 N. Miami Ave. Ph. 2-1110 —In Miami Beach— Stevens Office Supply 1608 Washington Ph. 58-7205 I Personally Speaking Miamians who recently arrived at Duncragqan Inn, Hendersonville, N. C, for an extended stay include Mr. and Mrs. George Goldberg. Dr. and Mrs. Maurice Rich, Mr. and Mrs. Joshua S. Lipkin, Dr. and Mrs. A. S. Hom, Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Rich, Miss Dorothy Marx and Miss Merle Schram. Mr. and Mrs. Sam W. Shapiro and daughters, Sandra and Ellen, have returned to their home in Miami Beach, after spending the summer at Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville, N. C. Mrs. Irwin Berry has returned to her Miami Beach home at 1944 Michigan Ave. alter a trip to Chicago, where she attended the wedding of her niece and the national distributors' convention. %  + Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Gans and children, Harriet and Charles, have returned to their home in Miami Beach after vacationing at Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville, N. C. for the past two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz left Wednesday for a short vacation in Daytona Beach and Jacksonville. Over Labor Day weekend Mrs. Soltz will attend the Southern Regional Conference of Junior Hadassah which is being held at the Roosevelt Hotel in Jacksonville. She is reqional fund-raisinq chairman. The couple also plans to visit Mr. Soltz's uncle, Art Grossman of Lake City, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wishman and daughter, Sheilah, 1140 S.W. 9th St., have returned from a vacation in New York, where they visited their son and brother, Norman Lloyd, and his wife. Harry and Evelyn Decky, 905 Michiqan Ave., Miami Beach, announce the birth of a daughter, Felene Elaine, on August 24 at Doctors Hospital, Coral Gables. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Harry Spivack and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Decky, all of Miami Beach. %  %  %  Mr. and Mrs. Sol L. Sugarman and sons, Samuel Allan and Harvey Casriel, have moved to their new residence at 1011 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Siegel, 1132 N.W. 7th Ave.. announce the birth of a daughter, Marilyn Louise, on August 10 at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Maternal grandmother, Mrs. Rose W. Cohen of New Haven, Conn., was in Miami for the event. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Sam Siegel. Proud great grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Sam Jackson of this city and Mr. and Mrs. B. Weisberg of New York. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Goldsmith, 190 S.W. 12th St., announce the birth of a son, Richard Ernst, on August 10 at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Goldsmith is the former Eileen Cowen daughter of Edward L. Cowen. + Mrs. Sarah Goldberg and daughter, Beatrice, 242 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach, recently returned from a cross-country trip to Hollywood, Cal. Mrs. Harry Saffer recently returned from a vacation in New York City and Baltimore. In New York she visited her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nathan Bracker. Mr. and Mrs. William L. Pallot, 3301 Montenegro St., Coral Gables, announce the birth of a son, Scott Marshall, on August 16. Mr. and Mrs. William Sherman, who have been the guests of Mrs. Celia Mendelson, left this week for New York. Mr. Sherman is an attorney in Kew Gardens, N. Y. Helen Alpert will return from a short visit to New York Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. S. Rabenowitch and dauqhter, 3025 S.W. 7th St., returned from a three and one half month vacation which took them to New York City, Niaqara Falls, Park Falls, Wis., Muschtine, Iowa, and Como Lake, Fla. Jacob Schachter, director of the Jewish Musical Hour over station WTTT and associated with the Plaza Theatre, will leave for New York City Sunday. Mrs. Leonard Wallace and son. Ned, of West Palm Beach are visiting in Durham, N. C, their former home. Dr. Joseph Feldman of Palm Beach has returned from a vacation in the North. Mrs. Ethel Epstein is back in West Palm Beach followinq a stay of more than a month in New York and other Northern points. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bennett, 615 S.W. 12th Ave., announce the birth of a son. Harvey Scott, on Auqust 15 at Doctors Hospital, Coral Gables. The mother is the former Harriet Katzif daughter of Mrs. Hyman Katzif and the late Mr. Katzif. Paternal grandfather is Sigmund Benowitz of Duquesne Pa Miss Barbara Weiner, dauqhter of Mr. and Mrs Milton Weiner.3020 S.W.4th Ave., returned recently from MadUon Wis where she attended the summer session at the University of Wisconsin Barbara will be leaving soon for Vanderbih University where she is a sophomore. Ben We< a Z. Sche Is M. L E chtman hrl ich > Mrs. Maurice L. Ehrlich Miss Bena Zeva Schechtman became the bride of Maurice Lee Ehrlich August 7 at the Shelborne Hotel, Miami Beach. Rabbi Max Shapiro read the service. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Schechtman. 870 N. W. 19th Ct. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Ehrlich. 1671 S.W. 16th St. The bride was attired in white lace over taffeta with a fingertip illusion veil. She carried a white bible adorned with white orchids. I Mrs. Ida Pearl Friedlander. New York, sister of the bride, was matron of honor. Another sister. Miss Rose Schechtman. also of New York, served as maid of honor. Carol Jean Ehrlich, the bridegroom's sister, was junior bridesmaid. A reception in the hotel followed the ceremony. The couple will reside at 1671 S.W. 16th St. Both are graduates of Miami High School. Lillian Sales, Max P. Engel Exchange Vows Mrs. Max P. Engel Rabbi Max Shapiro officiated at the ceremony which joined m matrimony Miss Lillian Sales and Max P. Engel on August 21 at the Shelborne Hotel. The bride's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Sales. 660 N.W. 45th St. The bridegroom is the son of the David Engels, 195 Tamiami Canal Road. Matron of honor for her sister was Mrs. William D. Seidle. Alfred Groden, the bridegroom's brother-in-law, served as best man. A dinner in the hotel dining room followed the ceremony. A graduate of Miami High, the bride attended the University of Miami and is now employed by the city of Miami. Mr. Engel attended Rutgers University and is now a student at the University of Miami. During the war lie served in the Army Air Forces. Campers Arrive In Miami After Hectic 54 Hours En Route The old woman who lived in a shoe hadn't a thing on Miss Evelyn Bauer, who climaxed her summer as co-counselor for sixyear-old boys at the Blue Mountain Camp by escorting 13 spirited campers—both boys and girlsranging in age from five to 14 from East Stroudsburg. Pa., to their homes in South Florida. As though keeping the lively youngsters in tow, attending to their baggage, ushering them into the dining car and taking care of scores of other details were not enough to ruffle even the most stalwart, a mixup of reservations and a 20-hour stopover in Jacksonville due to the hurricane added to the general confusion. The trip got off to an ominous start when Miss Bauer and her charges found to their dismay that they had no reservations on the train on which their trip had been scheduled, but Miss Bauer and several railroad officials put their heads together and through some fast talking and string-pulling secured reservations for the happy band on a train leaving approximately two hours later. The trip progressed uneventfully until the train arrived in Jacksonville. Just as Miss Bauer was preparing to help her campers disembark for a 20-minute stretch, she received a telegram from the father of one of her group. James Albert, informing her that a hurricane was whipping the South Florida coast and that she and her traveling companions were to remain in Jacksonville until such time as thev received word to leave. Collecting the children and luggage, Miss Bauer went to the Roosevelt Hotel, where reservations had already been made bv Mr_ Albert. Wide-eyed desk Bernard Rosenblatt To Become Bar Mitzvah Mr. and Mrs. Ted Rosenblatt VUTKH" tha l their son Bernard, will become Bar Mitzvah tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock at the Stior^ Sch 01 and *! ^Adf^^^ where he is president of his class a member of the band and the motion picture club. A reception will follow th<* clerks and bellboys gawked at her and the children, but Miss Bauer remained unperturbed. Leaving Jacksonville Saturday morning after the hurricane debris had been removed from I tracks, the troupe of travelersweary, but hale and hearty arrived in Miami 54 hours after their departure. Among Miss Bauer's charges were Lawbrence Albert. Richard Jablon, Ruth Keyser, Lawrence. David and Peter Swartz. Irwin Tendler, Gilbert Tendler, Greater Miami: Alfred Kahn, Pahokee: Joan and Marilyn Kapner, West Palm Beach; Joan and Linda Rabin. Belle Glade. Jjtirctme's CANDY CUPBOARD Week end Candy Special! Reg. $1.25 98 c pound CHOCOLATE PECAN BARK Special for Friday and Sat.! Crunchy pecan bark ... a family favorite! Delicious milk or dark chocolate loaded with crisp, fresh pecans! Delight the family with Burdine's week-end special! Burdine'i. Miami. Candy, Street Floor •3w3SSK 'Se$M'%?Ste 1 *HK : :5!*.^SS£



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1 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1949 • JenislifhorldHar PAGE ELEVEN Israeli Newsletter By ADA OREN (OopyrlRht. 1940, Jewish Telegraphic Agoney, Inc.) Rail And Road Communications In Israel TEL AVIV — The greatly damaqed rail network of Israel is being repaired at top speed. Blown-up bridqes are being rebuilt, stretches of track relaid where they were torn up by saboteurs or to obtain material for fortifications, by-passes are constructed where tracks pass throuqh Arab territory, and a new express line is being built between Hedera and Tel Aviv. With the completion of a new Tel Aviv railway station, to obviate a long standing disruption of road traffic in the Tel Aviv-Jaffa area, the whole former Palestine railway system will be in operation again within a few months, with one of its eternal causes for deficits eliminated by the exclusion of the Transjordan-Hejaz linf. Even the line to Gaza, which will now end in the desert, next to nowhere, is expected to pay its way by carrying pipe and other heavy materials for the development of the Negev. The Jewish bus and truck companies, which were responsible for part of the adverse balance of Palestine's railways in the past lost their struggle against the resumption of rail traffic a year ago, and are now fighting onlyrear guard actions. The railway porkshops are already busy refitting existing equipment. New rolling-stock is to be ordered with sterling balances recently unfrozen in Britain. There will be only one class of cars, with dining cars and other luxuries available at an extra charge. While the complaint in the old days was that the Palestine Railroad served mostly Arab villages, a Jewish village in the Sharon is now protesting against the new track being laid there on the grounds that it fears the disturbance of its rural peace. In spite of the needs of the villages on the Jerusalem line, the half million pounds ($1,500,000) required to transfer part of the track out of the danger zone and into the area of intensive development and quarrying is not yet available. There is some talk of granting a concession to a private company for the building of a subway in the Tel Aviv area, which could also connect the city's new railway station with the southern line and eliminate the time-wasting Lydda by-pass. Besides, a reputable foreign company has offered the government of Israel detailed plans for the construction and operation of an electrified express line between Tel Aviv and Haifa. Israel's railway engineers have already worked out technical details for the construction of a second road along this route. Although this would be expensive, one safe railway track—the old one skirts the frontier—is clearly insufficient for the development of the dunecovered coast. The area is suitable for towns and could support a considerable immigrant population if it had speedy access to the centers of industry. The fear of granting concessions to foreigners in such a vital branch of the economy is one retarding factor in the communications set-up. With the arrival of the thousands of trucks and buses, together with auxiliary equipment, now being ordered in the United States and financed partly by the U.S. loan and partly by private credits, the situation in this field is expected to improve greatly, but this is still a matter of months at least. Two consecutive wars and the enormous population increase are the main causes of the shortage of transportation facilities, but the bus cooperatives, operating under monopoly conditions, are also coming in for a good deal of criticism for their irresponsible financial policy which permitted the withdrawal of large sums of operating capital in the form of bonuses. Even now, when they are required to accept veterans as members on easy terms, they found no other way to grant them equality than that of reducing the older members' shares by withdrawal of half their value in cash. Since it is very hard to find suitable candidates for these co-ops, few drivers having the required thousands of pounds, two years of local driving experience and other qualifications, the coops have been resorting to hired labor in spite of their charters, and constantly have to reorganize these emergency measures under the pressure of Histradruth rules for cooperatives. No funds are available to nationalize or transfer to city ownership even part of these services, and the prospect of bureaucratic administration is also not cherished. The unification of all cooperatives and the opening of their books to public control has been suggested by the government as the only permanent alternative to the introduction of competition on the roads, but no decision has been taken so far. It is hoped that even the stronger ones among them will be more amenable to persuasion once the railway functions and additional buses have to be financed and operated somehow. Recently the government has begun to end overcharging, mainly by taxis and trucks. The taxi drivers' association has even begun to supervise its members in the face of the threat of a government-operated service for tourists if they continue their profiteering. The current fall in transportation costs is hard on new settlements, which usually finance agricultural ventures partly from the earnings of their trucking enterprises. Existing roads are being widOpening Dates For Beth Sholom Religious Schools Are Announced Temple Beth Sholom Sunday School will re-open on September 11 and the daily Hebrew School on September 12 with an expected registration of 500 pupils. "We are prepared to be able to serve at least 100 more pupils than last year," Mrs. Leon J. Ell, chairman of the religious school board, said. "Additional classrooms, bringing the total to 17, and new air-cooling equipment have been provided. "The school building has been painted thorughout and additional facilities installed make it one of the finest school plants in the south, comparable to the best public schools." Bus transportation will again be furnished for children residing north of 63rd St., she said. Reappointed as principal is Sydney J. Greenberg. Appointed as Sunday school and Hebrew school teachers are H. 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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 2, 1949 +Jewish Ihrkilan PAGE SEVEN Truman Hears Palestine Report WASHINGTON, (JTA)—Paul A. Porter, American member of the U.N. Conciliation Commission for Palestine, reported this week to President Truman on the efforts to reach an Arab-Israeli peace which the commission is now making in Lausanne. After leaving the White House, Mr Porter expressed the hope that the talks at Lausanne would develop favorably. He insisted that his report to President Truman was "routine" and said he was obliged "to make some kind of report." Well-informed comment here has been that Mr. Porter is discouraged and returned to Washington either to quit or attempt to work an emergency solution as a last resort. Secretary Acheson conferred with Mr. Porter later and they reviewed the entire situation. It is believed here that the scene of the Arab-Israel peace talks may shift next month to Lake Success. Mr. Porter indicated that the U.N. General Assembly could continue the functions of the commission after September. Mark Ethridge, former U.S. representative on the Conciliation Commission, is now in Washington conferring with high officials on the Lausanne situation, it was learned. Mr. Ethridge is Mr. Porter's predecessor. Israeli Ambassador Eliahu Elath this week conferred with George C. McGhee, Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern and African Affairs. In the hourlong parley, the two diplomats discussed the Lausanne peace talks and other "routine" m atters. Internationalization Plan For Jerusalem JERUSALEM, (JTA) — The U.N. Conciliation Commission's special Jerusalem subcommittee is putting the finishing touches on its plan for the internationalization of the city, it was learned here. The subcommittee's plan will soon be submitted to the full commission at Lausanne so that the latter may present it to the General Assembly next month as part of an overall report of its activties. It is learned that the plan provides for an overall international control with complete autonomy for the Jewish and Arab areas. The plan is said to be virtually a form of partition except that neither the Arabs nor the Israelis will be permitted to establish their capital in the city. U.N. sources admit that they do not have the means to impose such a solution, but they hope to bring the plan into existence on "purely moral authority." MY WIFE WA$ CRANKY A$ A BEAR, "ACA$E OF NERVES/' $HE SAID. SO I SUGGESTED MILE$ NERVINE AND SENT HER OFF TO BED. Be wise! When nervous tension ca uses a rift in your family... when tense nerves make you Cranky, Quarrelsome... when you are Restless, Wakeful, have Nervous Headache or Nervous Indigestion try Miles NERVINE Sea how this mild, effective sedative helps relieve nervous tension, helps you "get hold of yourself" and permits refreshing sleep. Recommend it to family and friends. Get Miles Nervine from your drugstore. CAUTION: Read directions %  nd take only aa directed. Effervescent tablets 35c and 76c; Liquid 26e and $1. Miles Laboratories, Inc., Elk hart, Ind. M/usNERVINE SAVE $ $ m $ $ yf*"£ THE ONiy SUCH TIRES IN THE WORLD | ^'ACHANOeTOimTHE ASTOUNDING!! LABOR DAY TRADE-IN SALE o 'FOR YOUR OLD TIRES, ON CADILLACS (sKdlqil Mwtlf) A W NEVVORMNftOOMFORTANO STEERING EASE ON VTJW R CAR | l • 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. ON TME ReVOlUTIONAR/ TIRES THAT OUTPERFORM ANO OOT-OAIE C0NVENTI0NALTIRE9 ASJUMS ••ij V (ehi m S3 a*. A EACH FOR YOUR OLD TIRES FOR CHEVROLET, FORD, ANO PLYMOUTH (ltt(N cm wclwatily m\ %  N mw liyil Mntir) LOWEST PRICED, TOP QUALITY* BUY (MAI List Price VVai $>$^3_ SALE PRICE WO/16 PLUS TAX (with your old tire) f Q ///// %  yyy.// Now Extreme Cash Allowances On All Old Tires—Any Tire Size —Any Mileage. &y> UNITED STATES RUBBER COMPANY PAY AS YOU RIDE! $ 1.00 A WEEK EASY BUDGET TERMS w m AS LITTLE AS 1 PER TIRE NORTON TIRE CO. Inc., 500 W. Flagler St.. Miami—Phone 3-4639 NORTON PALLOT TIRE CO. 1454 Alton Rd., Miami Beach—Phone 5-5115 LOUIS E. PALLOT. President M ROYAL



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^IPAYHSEPTEMBER 2, 1949 +• knist fhoridtor 1 AGE, FIFTEEN Beth David Sisterhood Will Hold Labor Day Weekend Carnival A Labor Day weekend carnival beginning tomorrow at 8 p.m. and ending Monday will be sponsored bv Beth David Sisterhood on the site of their new building at 26lh and 27th Roads on S.W. 3rd Ave. According to president of the sisterhood, Mrs. Harry Gordon, a midway of games rides and amusements for both adults and children has been planned. A playground nursery will be provided wher e parents may leave Deutsch Death Evokes Sympathy Of Workers At Miami Federation The death in New York recently of Sylvan D. Deutsch, 51, field representative of the United Jewish Appeal, evoked expressions of Sylvan Deutsch sympathy from members of the professional staff of Federation and many communal leaders who worked with Mr. Deutsch in the 1949 and previous Combined Jewish Appeals. "It is hard to grasp that Mr. Deutsch is no longer with us," stated Morris Klass, executive director of Federation. "His unflagging cheerfulness and enthusiasm for the work of securing funds for the United Jewish Appeal helped immeasurably in the success of our campaign. It will be hard for the UJA to replace this loyal worker." Mr. Klass stated that Mr. Deutsch had been instrumental in organizing many of the trades and professions for the last two campaigns conducted in this city. Among these were the lawyers, physicians, social service workers, accountants and drug group. Mr. Deutsch was a lawyer by profession and a painter by avocation. He had been with the UJA for the past eight years. He succumbed, after undergoing an operation during his vacation for what had appeared a minor surgery. Fishmans Visit Here Visiting in Miami this Week are Dr. and Mm. Julius Fishman of St Petersburg. Dr. Fishman is State ADL chairman of the Florida State Federation of B'nai Bnth Lodges. While in Miami, Dr. Fishman is conferring with Gilbert J. Balkin, director of Florida regional office, Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, regarding l ''£ Planning of Florida regional ADL conferences scheduled to be held in various sections of the Mate during the coming season. their youngsters in the care of qualified nursery teachers. For the amusement of the kiddies, Mrs. Gordon said, there will be pony rides, balloon darts, bean bag toss, fish pond and ring toss, and a real circus clown will be on hand to enliven the proceedings. Admission to the grounds is free and proceeds of the affair will go to the building fund. Refreshments which will be available include hot dogs, beefburgers with all the trimmings, home made pies, cakes and cookies, cotton candy, pop corn, ice cold soda pop and ice cream. Recorded music will be provided throughout the three day festival. Jerome B. Gordon, executive director, has announced that a booth will be set up on the grounds where persons may make reservations for the High Holiday services at the new Beth David structure. The committee in charge of arrangement is headed by Mrs. Al Lasko and includes the Mesdames Gordon, Bernard Schreidell, George Goldberg, Saul Marinoff, Isadore Cohen, Edward Merlin, Harry Einhorn, Frank Rose, Jacob Gorman, Ernest Sussman, Samuel Dickson, Sam Levitan, Paul Barnett and Jerome Weinkle. Israel Sweepstakes Ticket Sales Prohibited in U. S. The central committee of the Israel War Veterans and the management of the War Veterans Fund (Otaar Hahayal) recently announced that at the direct request of the government of Israel it is refusing to authorize the sale of sweepstakes tickets throughout the United States and elsewhere effective immediately. The organization asks ticket owners to demand a refund from those who sold the tickets to them. Otsar Hahayal did not receive any money for the sale of tickets. The veterans organization is especially anxious to warn the public that from this day on no one has authority to sell any sweepstakes or other tickets on behalf of the organization and asks that this warning be given the fullest possible publicity by press, radio and by all Jewish organizations. LISTEN TO THB CULTURAL JEWISH 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 AS IOW AS AH INTtHIST MORTGAGE LOANS HENRY E. WOLFF CO. I Pan American |fc." BvJd.nft 9.343S MIRRORS FINEST QUALITY — MADE TO ORDER IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Auto Glass Installed --Furniture Tops Stora Front Construction ADAMS GLASS SERVICE "If It's Glut We Hart It" 1805 PURDY AVE., M. B. 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Relatives and friends are asked to be present. •H'Its Sanatorium "Above Average,' Inspectors Say DENVER — Investigating charges of alleged "mismanagement" made in a New York injunction suit against the Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society of Denver, the Colorado State Department of Public Health conducted an inspection of the sanatorium and summed up its findings as follows: "In general, the Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society Sanatorium at Spivak, Colorado, has a well-arranged and adequate physical plant, providing excellent medical, surgical and nursing care, supplemented by occupational therapy and rehabilitation. It would appear that this institution offers tuberculosis patients an opportunity to recover from their disease under circumstances well above average for similar institutions." The Colorado Public Health Department report, signed by Dr. R. L. Cleere, executive director of the department, counted 189 patients on the day of inspection. 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AUDITORIUM COMFORTABLY COOLED BY THE MOST MODERN AIR-CONDITIONING INSTALLATION • • • • RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF will preach during the services in both buildings CANTOR LOUIS D. FEDER accompanied by a double choir, will chant the services with the assistance of the well known Baalei Tefilla The seating committee is at the synagogue daily (excepting on the Sabbath) from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. to help you select and reserve your seats. Selichoss Saturday. September 17, at Midnight B^B^B^BH



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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 2. 1949 Jen/5/7 Ifer Idlar PAGE THRI Hebrew Acadmey Starts Third Year Of All-Day School Program Tuesday By SELMA THOMPSON More than two years have passed since the Hebrew Academy launched its unique prom-am of education in the Greater Miami area. During this time, the school has grown both in numbers of pupils and in influence. When a group of public spirited citizens and leaders envisioned the academy they solicited the iiid of the community and the response was overwhelming. The 'reason for this heartening demonstration was quite obvious. The time had come for the boys iind girls of elementary school ige to receive more than had been oFdlnarily given them in the usual everyday schools. To prepare thcni for intelligent participation in the American Jewish scene of tomorrow, a most comprehensive Hebraic education together with a progressive secular training was imperative. The intelligent integration of both these forms of training in addition to a classic orientation in the fields of music, drama and the arts, a deep and abiding faith in America and Israel the training for good citizenship and loyalty to the ultimate aims of our people, and a special and precise cultural pattern geared to the reauirements of leadership and scholarship were essential to the proper development of our youth. When the academy opens its session this Tuesday morning, more than 250 students are expected to enroll. In one of the most modern and well equipped school structures in this area, these boys and girls will have the opportunity of enriching their cultural opportunities. Among the many fully equipped facilities of the Hebrew Academy are—large airy classrooms, a 400 seat auditorium with a theatrically equipped stage, outdoor playground equipment, a well balanced library with modern and classical literature, a music room, a professional arts and crafts room, a well equipped clinic with a physician on call, a dining room under the supervision of a well trained dietician and all other modern facilities which are conducive to a well integrated educational program. The Hebrew Academy, a coeducational all-day school, is now attended by over 200 boys and girls from some of the most representative families in the Greater Miami area. The pupils are brought to and from school well as the study of the Bible. Mishna and the commentaries are offered. Among the extra curricular activities of the school, are ^ the newspaper publication, "The Echo," written, composed and produced by the students of the academy, dramatic and musical presentations on patriotic arid festive occasions, the junior congregation, the patrol squad, the athletic association and many other junior groups. Several thousands of friends from Miami as well as from difrent sections of the country, have had the occasion to visit the academy, confer with the faculty, see the children at their work and at their play. Here at last was a school which prepared the Jewish youth for future leadership. the nucleus of the school. In addition to the expert and licensed faculty of educators and maximum compliance with the Board of Education requirements of the Department of Public Instruction of Dade County, the Hebrew Academy has adopted progressive standards and methodology in its approach and presentation of modern education. As an integral part of the curriculum, modern Hebrew is taught as a living spoken language; Hebrew literature, past and con-1 temparary Jewish history, Hebrew music and art. Jewish ethics, the traditions of the Jewish faith as Pupils read in the academy's well-stocked library. Students at the Hebrew Academy conduct their own services. in chartered busses from Surfside and all parts of Greater Miami. Even Hollywood and Coral Gables are sending pupils to the school. The academy offers classes five days a week, Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m., with no after-school classes or Sunday School attendance. The academy will accept pupils this term in the elementary classes from the first through the seventh term. There are also kindergarten groups for children of ages from 4 to 5'£ years. In addition to the principal of the academy, Sol L. Sugarman who. prior to his call to Miami. headed one of the largest schools in the country. Other well known educators are on the academy staff, among them Harry PerachKwitney of New York who has had 20 years experience in the field of education. Henry Mendelsohn of Chicago, principal in the field of secular learing. will add his experience and training to the growth of the school, as will Mrs. Frieda Sherman Levy, of Bridgeport. Conn., a specialist in primary work and Miss Rosalyn Kival, a young progressive educator. These personalities together with Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Stadlan, Miss Jessie Hayes, and other reputable teachers as well as various specialists in music, drama, and the arts will make up ALBERT J. HIRSCH Tainara Chapter U ill Hold Donee, Barbecue Sunday A swim dance and barbecue will be sponsored by the Tamara Chapter of Mizrachi Women Sunday at 8 p.m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Landesman, 2924 Prairie Ave., Miami Beach, Mrs. Charles Turk, president, announces. Admission will be by contribution of new linen such as cot sheets, pillow cases, bath, face and dish towels, all of which Mrs. Turk says are urgently neeaed in the 49 projects maintained by the organization in Israel. Polo shirts and plays shorts for children from six to 16 will also be acceptable, she states. Mrs. Al Mechlowitz is chairman of the affair. Assisting her are the Mesdames Israel Yulish, Lily Laster, Henry Chill, Jack Janoff, Rose Parkes and Esther Safra. Women who would like to join the chapter are asked to contact membership chairmen, Mrs. Al Rosen, 83-3021, or Mrs. I. Makovsky, 5-0060. Tropical Lodge Will Hold Reunion Dance Saturday Tropical Lodge, B'nai B'rith. will hold a reunion dance tomorrow night at the Ritz Plaza Hotel, 17th St. and Collins Ave., Miami Beach. Music will be provided by Sam Kanez's orchestra. Admission 50 cents. Dr. Gamse Moves To Five Points Building 1 Dr. Edmond Gamse announces the opening of his new office at the Five Points Medical Building, 3400 S.W. 3rd Ave., one block south of his former location. '. Office hours are from 10:30 a.m. to 12 noon and from 2 to 5 p.m. except Thursday afternoon. Hadassah B & P To Hold Games Nite A games party will be sponsored by the Business and Professional Women's Division of Miami Beach Hadassah on Thursday at 8 p.m. at the Ritz Plaza Hotel, 1701 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. All proceeds will go to "Youth Aliyah" and for the orphans and children in Israel. 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