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l direct orders from the nmittee on all matters conning the Holy Places. Both governments would concordats with the Vatican other denominations to prothe religious groups' extraHtorial rights in Jerusalem. [ The Holy Places will not be liect to the jurisdiction of the [its of either government. An inter-consular committee iild be appointed to supervise Holv Places. The Catholics aid have a majority on such ody. Two Christian representaps would be appointed to both I Jewish and Arab municipaliestablished in Jerusalem, reiless of the number of Chrisliving in the area of the bective municipalities. I Free access to the Holy fces would be guaranteed. ; is not yet known whether plan will be submitted to the /., but what is evident is the [ of reasoning which seeks to Iblish a system of extraternNazi Brutality Films Declared Verboten Here WASHINGTON, (JTA)—Military authorities have definitely decided against releasing the anti-Nazi film "Nurenberg—Its Lesson for Today" for exhibition In American theatres, an Army spokesman declared here. The movie, produced by the U. S. Army to tell the public the incriminating story of the crimes a £ f nis Assembly gathering — for Move To Delay Palestine Issue Defeated In UN LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)—Appeals by the states of the Middle East, including Israel, not to delay beyond the already-agreed point discussion of the Palestine issue were upheld by the United Nations Political Committee in a vote that placed the new agenda item of Chinese allegations against the Soviet Union well down on the committee's agenda. The vote represented a defeat for the United States, as well as for China, both of whose representatives pressed the "urgency" of China's case and argued for bringing it up directly after the Italian colonies questions, which the committee began to discuss later in the day. The vote was also seen as a victory—its first Between 4,000 and 5,000 members of the Jewish War Veterans of the United States are expected here for the 54th annual encampment at the Delano Hotel, Miami Beach, on October 19. The five-day conclave will draw national military leaders to a schedule of meetings, parades and forums on veterans affairs. abs Charged With hnistice Violation ERUSALEM, (JTA) — Prof. |g Biodetsky, president of the pew University who will ofplly assume his new duties arrow, declared at a press Jerence that the Arabs have feted the Israel-Transjordan listice agreement concluded on [island of Rhodes by their re\\ to allow Jews to use the loading to Mount Scopus, ire both the university and lassah Hospital are located, tie Hebrew University asked [Werner Senator, Prof. Brodly stated, to proceed to the led States to inform AmeriI public opinion of the present btion, which is "hampering [university's normal life and felopment." He said that Dr. fetor's mission was fully backky the Israel Foreign Ministry, | added that the university |d not wait for the Arabs to the road and has decided to inue work under present conpns. The university is confin;; its activities in makeshift vses in the New City of Jer:IT1. committed by the Nazis against humanity, is considered a powerful indictment against antiSemitism. The film was irrefutably documented by captured Nazi films of the organized mass murder of Jews. The official explanation offered by the Army for suppression of the documentary is that it is outdated, technically imperfect and contains too much horror. However prominent quarters in Washington are charging that the Army fears criticism of the failure of its denazification program and is afraid of stirring up public opinion in view of new occupation policies which provide for the return of Nazis to respectability. DP Admission Opposed WASHINGTON, (JTA) — The American Legion and the veterans of Foreign Wars asked the immigration subcommittee of the Senate Judiciary Committee to keep displaced persons out oi Gen. John T. Taylor, legislative director of the Legion, told the subcommittee that the Legion feels that those now in DP camps are not really war victims and merely wish to "take advantage of the situation." He asserted that the Legion is against special interest groups." He noted, however, that the Legion approved the U. N. partition plan for Palestine and recommended that an those who wished to go there be aided in that direction October 20 has been designated as Florida Day by the organization. On that day Gov. Fuller Warren will be presented with a plaque for his efforts to bring about closer inter-faith relations." Scheduled to attend the ceremonies are Rep. George Smathers and Sen. Claude Pepper. Climaxing the day's activities will be a parade through Miami Beach. Army, Navy, Marine and Air Corps units have been invited to participate. The Air Force Band from MacDill Field, Tampa, will return here for the meet. Thomas J. Kelly has been named acting grand marshall for the JWV big parade. His appointment is a thank you gesture, for Marcie Lieberman, then mayor of Miami Beach, led the St. Patrick's Day parade last spring. National Commander Myer Dorman of St. Paul, Minn., will lead the convention sessions. Among the noted speakers expected to attend the meet is Secretary of the Army Gordon Gray, who will address members on "National Security Problems" at a banquet at the Saxony Hotel on October 22. The convention corporation, Hylan Kout and Beach Councilman Maurice Klein has slated discussion ranging from housing to Americanism, veterans' rehabilitation to American Policy in Germany. The JWV Ladies Auxiliary will arrive in Miami Beach on October 16 for meetings prior to the'opening of their 22nd national encampment. Their headquarters will be in the St. Moritz Hotel. the Soviet. Union, which fought bitterly against priority consideration for the Chinese item. Although not forced to, in the interest of the Palestine issue, Aubrey S. Eban. Israel delegate to the U.N., voted with the Soviet bloc. Besides the Chinese resolution, which would have put the new item in third place on the agenda ahead of Palestine, there were two resolutions, one from Iceland putting it in sixth place, and one from El Salvador, for with them all of their personal fifth position, which would place property, it was learned here this Polish Jews May Take Property To Israel With Them WARSAW, (JTA)—There will be no change in the government regulations which permit Israelbound Polish emigrants to take it after consideration of the Palestine issue. Mr. Eban voted for the Soviet-supported Iceland resolution and abstained on El Salvador's, which became the winning proposal. He voted against the U.S.-backed Chinese resolution. British To Pass Laws On Restitution Of Nazi Victims' Property LONDON, (JTA)—The British occupation authorities in Germany have agreed to enact legislation, paralleling that of the United States, dealing with the restitution of property to victims of Nazi persecution, it was learned. The text of the new law will be published soon. The proposed legislation, however, will only permit the transfer to Israel of reparations in the form of German goods, since money cannot be sent out of the Reich. week. However, it was emphasized, each emigrant will have to prove his ownership of whatever property he carries out of the country. Polish authorities this week also revealed that the $12,000,000 Polish-Israel trade agreement for this year provides that $700,000 can be paid by Israel in zlotys collected in Poland or by Polish citizens who are leaving for Israel and wish to transfer part of their capital to the Jewish state. The Polish Central Exchange Office is now receiving many applications from Jews asking for permission to turn into the government bank part of their capital in zlotys, at the official rate of exchange, in order to have it converted in Israel. Each application, it was explained here today, is being considered individually, and a maximum of $1,000 is permitted to date for applicants who can produce exit permits for Israel issued by Polish immigra(Continued on Page 13) 7 Charged With Anns Smuggling LOS ANGELES, (JTA) ~ — Henry Bellows, a writer, was arrested here last week by Federal agents while six other men are expected to surrender to Federal authorities within a few days on charges that they seized a yacht last May and used it to smuggle Israel-bound arms and ammunition out of the country by way of Mexico. Three of the six men under indictment with Mr. Bellows are described as businessmen while the other three are said to have been members of the yacht crew. A secret Federal Grand Jury indictment handed down earlier this week charged the seven men with conspiracy and exporting arms without a State Department permit. Bail was established at $5,000 each. Mr. Bellows. 56. denied any knowldge of the charges. Assistant U. S. Attorney Champlin charged that Herman Greenspun. a Las Vegas. Nev.. businessman facing trial Oct. 25 in another case involving the smuggling of planes to Israel troops, was the leader of the group. Mr. Champlin said the men drove several trucks alongside the yacht Idalia. in Los Angeles harbor, and attempted to engaged the captain—Leland Robert Lewis—to sail with their cargo. When he refused, it is charged, the men forced him at gunpoint to take on the 15 tons of guns and ammunition in the trucks and sail to Acapulco, on the west coast of Mexico. According to Mr. Champlin. top-ranking Mexican Army and Navy officers and their men helped unload the yacht's cargo which was then carried by truck across the country to the Gulf of Mexico port of Tampico where it was transferred to an Israelbound vessel. The yacht's captain was paid $1,700. according to Mr. Champlin, to repair his "badly-damaged" yacht. Mr. Lewis later reported the case to Federal authorities. Irael Cabinet Calls Urgent Meeting On Desper ate Agency Financial S ituation AVIV, (JTA)-The Israel tained from the Export-Import summoned the Knesset ncial committee for an urgent Iting last Tuesday to discuss 1 desperate financial situation [he Jewish Agency which is f facing a deficit of $60,000,Jdue mainly to the expendi|s connected with the absorpof immigrants. financial committee will discuss problems dealing the development of the Dead potash works and with the ation of part of the loan oberal Zionists are prepared to enter the Cabinet if adequate provisions are made for a "relatively stable economic policy. He also attacked the government for permitting the dutyfree importation of certain manufactured goods, insisting that only raw materials should oe Speaking at. a Qn-n; W^fthe^sitiorf ?]& *-*5 *^ t t h WS|i^y l Sght b P e strengthened Asserting that the government Bank in the United States for the development of the natural resources of the Dead Sea. The government's economic policies were attacked herebyDr. Fritz Bernstein head of the General Zionist Party in Isreal. at a press conference harged that f" government's present pol ferved only to keep foreign investments from finding their way TntoThe Jewish state Xt the same time, he revealed that the uen_ iVEW BEADIMNE Effective immediately all news, information id photographs for publication in The Jewish (oridian must be in our office not later than Jsday noon of each week. was spending $224,000,000 for non-developmental expenditures. he declared that the countrycould not afford such sums for "the army and the salary of government officials." Campaigners Swing Into Action For $1,004,448 Community Chest Drive Campaigners determined to bring in the $1,004,448 needed for the Dade County Community Chest's 21 member agencies went into action this week. The plants division, under the leadership of State Sen. R. B. Gautier. Jr., began canvassing Wednesday for employe gifts in firms employing 100 or more persons. Workers in the plants division were given final instructions at a dinner Tuesday at Auburndale School. Special gifts workers, responsible for pledges of $100 or more from individuals, firms and executives, heard sendoff addresses yesterday at a dinner at the Columbus Hotel. Speaking to the special gifts unit was Elbert P. Tuttle, attorney and official of the Atlanta, Ga., Community Chest. Prior to making the rounds of prospective donors, Miami Beach special gifts workers held a breakfast at the Shelborne Hotel yesterIsra< k l-Vatican Talk lli*nn'l TFT AVTV (ITA)—A spokesI day morning. Thomas O'Hagen Dupree, special gifts chairman, preJSriJr the'Foreign Office this sided. Co-chairmen for the Beach are Leonard L. Abess and Mayor man 101 tue iu,c, e" Harold Turk Hsh?dK?d fhaTanTsr'ael dele'The drive for funds to support the 21 local child care, family, eate called at the Vatican for a health and character building agencies is scheduled to close Noconference. Ivember30. %  %  mammm mmm



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FR IDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1949 Jr. Hadassah Unit Sells Bricks, Blocks The Miami Beach Unit of Junior Hadassah has launched a building fund drive for Meier Shfeyah, the orohaned children's village in Israel. The village, which supports over 400 children yearly, is desperately in need of more housing and recreational facilities, according to Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz, local and regional fund-raising chairman. The Beach unit is selling bricks at one dollar a piece and blocks at five dollars a piece. Larger donations are also being solicited inasmuch as it will take one thousand dollars to build and furnish one room of the new building. A contest is being conducted among Beach members to determine who can raise the most money for the new building. Winner will be announced at the group's "Balfour Ball" to be held in commemoration of the Balfour Declaration on Saturday evening, November 5, at the Sorrento Hotel. Prize will be an all-expense trip to the 26th national convention of Junior Hadassah in Pittsburgh over Thanksgiving weekend. The entire Jewish community is being asked to "Buy a Brick for Meier Shfeyah." Bricks and blocks may be purchased from any Junior Hadassah member. Further information may be obtained by calling Miss Beverly Rapha el at 58-1660. Center Bus Service To facilitate transportation of children attending the daily religious school of Miami Beach Jewish Center, a bus service has been inaugurated which will bring students from public schools to the religious school building at 1701 Washington Ave. The service originates at Biscayne Elementary School, proceeds to the Nautilus School, then to North Beach Elementary School and the last stop for picking up students is on Collins Ave. and 30th St. For further information about the service, which is designed for those not living in vicinity of the crnter. contact Fred Berkovitz, director of education and youth activities, at the center office. Removal Of Offices Michael G. Alenick announces the removal of his offices for the general practice of law from the state of New Jersey to the state of Florida. Alenick. who has been a member of the New Jersey bar since 1923 and of the Florida bar since 1925, has opened offices at 350 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Rev. Fried To Speak Rev. Philip Fried will speak at a meeting of the Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish Community Center Wednesday at 8 p.m. at the Cama Building, Hialeah Drive and Lindsay Court, Hialeah. A brief business session will pre cede the speech. +Jewisti Ihrih tr PAGE THREE TEL. 82-4202 We Carry a Full Line of Strictly Fresh NORTHERN LAKE FISH YELLOW PIKE-WHITE FISH BUFFALO AND CARP Also All Southern Fish WE GRIND YOUR FISH FREE 147 N. W. 5th STREET Film Preview "Picture in Your Mind," a new ADL film, will have its local p:eview on Monday, October 11, at the meeting of the North Shore Lodge of B'nai B'rith to be held at Temple Beth Sholom. "" x "A GOOD NAME is more to be) treasured than richee." Proverbt Latest addition to the chain of Food Fair Stores has been completed at the southeast corner of Alton Rd. and 19th St., Miami Beach. Plans were drawn by Albert Anis, architect, and Melvin Grossman, associate architect. Arkin Construction Co., was the general contractor. been adapted and installed to keep the building clean and vermin-proof. The design of the store eliminates bottle-necks and makes for ease in shopping. New Addition To Food Fair Chain Opens, Officials Greet Guests At Preview Samuel Friedland, chairman of the board of Food Fair Stores, and Abe Maloff, Florida area supervisor, were on hand Tuesday night to greet the thousands of Maloff Friedland guests who came to get a preview of the newest addition to the chain of Greater Miami food outlets on Alton Road at 19th St., Miami Beach. The new store, which is the last word in food merchandising, opened Wednesday. Designed by Albert Anis and Melvin GrossMizrachi To Meet Wednesday Night The Greater Miami Mizrachi Organization will meet Wednesday at 8 p.m. at Congregation Kneseth Israel, 1415 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach, according to an announcement by Rabbi Isaac H. Ever, president. New officers of the organization include Israel Diamond, Samuel Reinhard, Rabbi Murray Grauer, Rabbi Somon April, vice presidents; Hyman Zaidman, treasurer; Sam Schachno, financial secretary. Rabbi Ever urges all members to be present. OCULIST'S PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED LENSES AND FRAMES DUPLICATED LARGE SELECTION IN LATEST STYLES Beach Optical Service 350 Lincoln Road Suite 502 — Phone 5-5419 HAVE YOU HEARD— ft 17 "Roger's Rendezvous" nimmZ O* VUi D'0 • •**, MIDNIGHT TO 3 AYEM Versatile Roger Krupp brings you music flavored with the Krupp personality to produce an extremely enjoyable three hours. "YOUR FAVORITE STATION FOR MVSIC AND NEWS" man and constructed by Arkin Construction Co., the new building is 100 x 125 feet with an adjacent private parking area for customers. A high sign tower, brilliantly lighted, now identified with the fast-growing food chain, is atop the structure. In keeping with the neighboring architectural style, the tower is completely enclosed with concrete plus stucco finish. A marble front, solid glass doors and a large plate glass area, which will provide a view from the street of the entire interior, are features of the building. The store is completely air conditioned by Hill-York. As in all other stores of the Food Fair chain, this unit has the latest development in store lighting equipment—slimline lighting and flood lamps (reflector type) —to give a maximum distribution of light with greater eye comfort. Special attention has also been given to color treatment. Floors are terazzo. Latest construction methods and most modern equipment have MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Wholesale and Retail Grade A Pulverized and Processed Muck and Marl Any Mixture Bitter Blue Sod SoU end Fill of Any Kind Phone 4-0335 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace EDDIE ALPER JEWISH CUISINE LUNCHEON SPECIALS SANDWICHES SOUR CREAM WITH COTTAGE CHEESE SOUR CREAM WITH VEGETABLES Air-Conditioned Mezzanine Floor SYMBOLIZES EVERYTHING A GOOD NAME IMPLIES For 25 years the name GORDON has been associated with service to Greater Miami Jewish causes. In your time of need let us help you as we have done for other grateful families. % GORDON 710 S.W. 12th Phon. 34431 Avenue at 9-143* JOS. L. PLUMMER Funeral Director M IAMI TITL* &GhtractCo. 24 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE I Title Insurance Peliciei of Kansas City Title Insurance Co. Capital, Surplus & Reserves Exceed $2,000,000.00 104 N.E. FIRST STREET TELEPHONE 3-6661 ANNOUNCES Completion of its enlarged newly equipped and completely modernized MAIN OFFICE QUARTERS Forty-Five Northeast First Avenue WATCH FOR AND PLAN TO ATTEND OUR 15TH ANNIVERSARY "OPEN HOUSE" LAND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI JOSEPH M. 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PAGE FOUR fJenisf fhrk/knr FRIDAY. OCTOBER 7 1949 EDITORIAL Home For The Aged Despite the multitude of appeals for funds at present confronting our residents, the Jewish Home for the Aqed of Greater Miami has put its problem squarely before the Jewish community. The present quarters are inadequate. There is a long waiting list of approved applications seeking admission to the home. The surface of tr.e cged problem with its many facets has not as yet been scratched. A general and practical treatment for the care of the aged is now the best Miami has to offer. A fund of S300 000 together with money derived from the sale of present quarters the directors of the Home believe will provide sufficient resources to erect a new edihce that will house about one hundred aged people. Plans will also include room for expansion. Judge Harold Spcet the Homes president, in an cd'dress to his canipaign committee said that Never bercre in the history of the Jewish Home for the Aged hare we faced a more critical cs%  jgnment than that which ccr.ircr.ts us in this task which we are about to undertake. The appeal which we are launching is not merely a camc-aian ::: money—it is a campaign upon the success cr failure c: which will depend whether we can live up to cur responsibility tc the aged Once a gam an issue is placed squarely in our laps. There are no pexsonalitiee involved It is c community responsibility that will have to be met. The success of the drive will answer the question of whether Greater Mknnli will keep abreast of its needs—cr whether it will continue to leg behind en the problem c: the aged as it has—unfortunately—with so many ether civic end communal responsibilities. "WELCOME, CHILDREN!" Capitol Spotlight WASHINGTON—Although descried pj top American foreign ecrrespendents as a masterpiece of an indictment against anti-Semitism, a powerful documentary film is being suppressed from the U. S. public by the Army. Z'r.s :_— entitled Nuernberg—Its Lesson For Tocav," was promoted by Gen Luicus D Clay t rmer muiu ry go\ nor of Germany Tc produce it the four ..rupation powers pooled ariured German films Pare Lorentt a ted director was hired at the expense ( American tax] A smashing incriminating and irrefutable documentary resulted led it lean laT* and said he hoped tr.e wnole stinking story will ited Lit J hn Gunther, auth r f "InEur pe said it ught to cr shown :r. every city, town, and hamlet in the country, The Army's Lsi n Dot '.. release it for genFacts And Comments By WILLIAM ZUKERMAN The Zionist movement has had a long and tempestuous career. It passed many crises. It was often divided on issues end or. several occasions it was split wide open. But at no time in its fifty years of history has it been in a greater confusion than it is now. be Nuernberg trials ral sh wing -5 monstrous and interspersed by flashbacks trow shocking." ??-• _'. -.: r. has beer, rife among Washington r:rresprr.dents that Army c licy is formulated :r. the supp siti n thai Americans are 1 dim-witted that : ntmued hatred of the Nazis .:*...a. Nazi turns : the burning :'. the Warsaw gheU and the mass murder .: Eui pean J Ai :• >rass hats have refusa i I le.ra--the picture :. the public for whose benefit it was suprheref :T m vie theatre; in this country may not bring home this true story behind the plight of the displaced perr.s .-..-.-: ...... : r.l Semitism in the Germany :f ll-i.Why" The Army is afr that this thing may. like Fi ankenstein.— i-nstcr *. r. against its ?rea t The brass hats are afraid .: I much truth and fear the effect :: the film 1 z werful evidence D present jeeupation policies in Germany rhej fear criticism :' their failure t. carry [it fective denazificauon pi And ihr: ail a; High Commissioner John J McCloy said recently, the time has come when v.e must return the Nazis to reUnder Secretary of the Army Tracy V: irh.es said he felt a public sh wing would be "inconsistent'' with the Army's present .xcunati r. z 1. '•—a. rd.r.d '. Edwin McElwain. a Washing:..-. att rney sought t ;eo-c the fUm few ^ movie distributing company. An Army spokesman, Col George E. Eyster, also noted that "after all. the whole philosophy of the American government has changed since 1PM6 :n relation to Germany. Russia, and all of Europe This raised the question of whether the Army is so interested in building an anti-Communistic Germany thai the high c mrr.and is no longer concerned with Nazism William L Shirer. noted foreign correspondent who covered In r.r and the same week in early September. Premier David Ben Guri a the leading Zionist :'. Israel, issued a call to the J~v iah pe pie : the • %  '••rid. particularly of America, to come to settle in Israel and to send their children there because Israel is the home of the entire Jewish •v g"J„^I^-v Jn^LrUaH American Zionists, although thev most the same day. anotner .eact. „„..,. _* ,v„ /_„. _# „J ; "1 .__ 7 u 1 ,w* I'nit-d 5;-AtPi re aware 01 the fac. of a radical would be a needless distraction from the real issue I the day: •..-.: at.m.d Russians A stirring up of renewed public resentment if Nazism might interfere, too. with Army and State Department plans I t the new ".' %  stern German St The "lesson for today" m Nuernberg—Its Lesson F:r 7.day' :s now cutd^ivd the Army says Film companies which called at the Pentagon have been told that much water has r^ss^d _n)er the bridge and ".ha: there was too much h n in the less.n." v The Army said it will make a% ailable 16-m.ill:meter prints for the restricted use of bar ti as and si m i l ar groups But tr.e Army stated it is definitely against "letting the film out for showing, through normal exhibition channels, in U. S theatres Undersecretary Voorh.es consulted with Asistant Secretary of State George V. Allen. Result of the talk was the iecisi n that the film was not to be shown to the general public, according to the late MaGen. Vemon Pritchard. chief of Army Public Relations. Can the Arrr.v withhold a film >1 indisputable public interest which does not involve military security and which was made expressly for the public? But can the Army afford_ to show the true nature of the Nazi fiend with reports coming in like the following Associated Press dispatch. • %  BAD SEEGEBERG. GERMANY. Sept. 23. (AP> — The deBerlm before the war and who I nazification chief in Bad Seegeknows what the Germans are berg has been arrested for being really like, said of the film's supI a Nazi. It was found that Eberpression: "It"s an obvious at-' hard Ulmke. who had held the tempt to make us forget what. denazification post since 1948. the Germans are really like."' joined the Nazi Party in 1930 Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver, published an article m the most widely read publication in Amerce, the "Readers" Diges: claiming that Palestine never in its history was the home :t all the Jews and that the h me f American Jews is America During the week that followed, one Z. nist daily newspaper (the Morning Journal' denounced Dr Silver's Zionism as "philanthropic" and 1 r." and haued Ben conditions can lead only to conGar: ns Zionism the real £*"• ^\JM.K-"!^£? 1 £!. Z. nism of Herzl and Jabotinsky; r cw :5 that political Zionism has while another Zionist daily the I accomplished its urn and has Tog' said that Ben Gurion did M^f*. from l h t 3 5 | e and !ts not know what he was talking |>f*. i*? !" tak en ? wo it that the five rnillionJews "Ues. toth ttruggluuj for domtoain the United States will remain in the USA and that the same is true cf the American Jewish children. A s:n % %  .'..-.. ite has been gomg on for months in two | leading Z. nist weeklies in th< i.;r.t N.-t. nal Jev.ish P -• 1 -. -.'.z -:.. r. that American Zionists wh do not approve of the call to g I Israel are cowards, hyenas and I crites. while :hv Jewish Cr.r of Detroit argued that a massexodus of Jewish yruth :": rr America to Israel would under1 rne J ,:r ? e ** %  c "edit to Jews mine I j : siti r. in the • ;-ts-de Israel The other is the United States and that th >e Jews : oldeI l ldea of Jewish naUonaluar Freedom Adolph Hitler was a smart man. One of the first things he did when he took over Germany was to give Goebbels the sowe* to suppress the news. Then when he purged loyal Germans who were unfaithful Nazis, the seopie' heard only his side of the story. And for ai C years that Hitler was in power, all the MM papers under his control printed only what -e permitted. In this respect Hitler was a smart mnn. He knew that he could never keep bis hold en the people if they had access to the truth. Every dictator and bigot knows the same whether in foreign lands or in our town. Freedom cannot exist without the free exchange cf fcrj and ideas. And as long as our newspeners remain as uncensored as they are now afl the facts on both sides of any controversy wfl be presented to you. the freest people in the world. There cae those who criticize the press saying that it is censored; that it is not free to publish both sides of an argument because it Is controlled by special interests. But oftentimes this criticism is really a tribute to the freed cm that our newspapers enjoy. For nine times out of ten those who criticize have an axe to grind themselves, and are disturbed that the press does not cater to them. Anyone who has a legitimate story to tell will find these pages open for the facts. And if z dispute arises concerning those facts, the other side of the story will be told too. For we editors know, from the experience of others in totalitarian lands, that suppression of the news breeds "smart men" like Adolph Hitler. Italians, the Poles, even the Ge:r.ans who organized movemeaU to help their people abroad d.i ;o not on the assumpuon that they were building _; = borne for themselves and their children. The new Jewish nationalism which aspires t: take the place of old political Zionism seeks to introduce something which was never tried in A and is alleged to be act. only to the Jewish group The question of the rcghtness cr wrongness of thesi %  %  cents, and which of these ; suited for American Jews is not the subject of this atricle At t.rser.i a far more urgent and immediate task is to clarify the situ and to make it obvi 1 1 that neither old political Zionism nor the new pro-Israeusm are identical with nationalisrr uw that to talk of the twe I thej were the same is t; in.resse ." %  ? confusion which now loscures the Jewish scene. One must tire to repeat again and agam that political Zionism :s_ aea: ana that pro-Israelism ana .e tsnnationalism are fighting -J; to take its place in American Jewry. All indications % % % %  : ~; tew months show clear.;-.••;; is the heart of the ma^ej %  -*• the distinction between •--=-•<.•*; be made clear in the American Jews ana there no doubt what their cno.ee %  .*** be. The danger is not that Amen can Jews will ever ser. -=icer Ben Gurton's nai. but that they will be c -----_-_into thinking that tn.s is .._._= _•_•;-_ a* their old Ziorum or n Israelism and will come K nt because of loyalty to %  ; I ideal. This is exactly wha._--_: pening to many American %  __ ists now and is the MM present co nfusion. ~TJeistncrkltor „ $ith strt. %  a^..* _gg l jif trcd at ao w freeaigqgrS g ,,mi. 130. t th Pott O -< vided on a specific question of policy, but it is in a state of confusion because it has lost its chief aim and purpose. That this is due to the establishment of the State of Israel goes without saving and needs no elaboration. What does need stressing, however, is that manychange in their movement still think in the old terms. This, more than anything else is the real cause of the confusion. The allimportant fact which is still mostly overlooked by American Z. nists is that political Zionism is no longer in existence. It passed not only in Israel but also in this country. Soon the term Zionism itself will be one of history, and its continued use under modern tion. One can best be described as pro-Israelism, a new feeling which has arisen with the establishment of Israel and which prompts many American Jews to help the new State of Israel financially, economically and in every other legitimate way possible, to establish itself" on a strong basis and become a democratic and progressive state to serve as a home for many thousands of Jews who have become homeless, and which would at the who exchange their A: • : home for Israel will oe looked upon as disloyal by both friends and enemies alike. Now, these diametrically opposed views ^re not mere differ. gave birth to poliical Zionism but did not die with it and is now aspiring to take its place in the Diaspora. It holds that Jews all over the world are one people, no matter where they live ences of opinion which happen a d to *' nom the >' owe political in every movement and which. allegiance: that eventually, all happened in the Zionist moveJe ws have l0 be "gathered ment in the past. Thev are syro• i n mt0 Israel because there is ptomatic of something new that no future for Jews anywhere in goes deeper and indicates that the a non-Jewish world: and that the Zionist movement :s going e '*" tas ^ the Zionist movement through an experience which it :s l0 prepare and to psychologihas never known before. It has callv condition Jews outside IsFl.. undtr th. Art of MJi %  ^ Th. J.wih Efi**S t '|ti ***+ Mi. J.wlth Unity ana th. T#|e WHkly. MimM' of th. i* F Jtu ^ graphic AQ.ncy. Sv.n $.** Und.cat.. vvorldiajS-V k ^,. National Ed.te-nal *^*V?.t%  :*"** can Ae* advrrtntJ — J SUBSCRIPTION ATC *jj, OM V—r Z Z Tw. Yttri 16.90 lost its basic, central point of unification which had kept it together as a single movement in rael for the change from their present homes to living in Israel which, accordine to this theoryFRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Pul-Hah*earlier yean despil | is inevitable and bound to come parties and strategy points:*ooner or later This is something view. Zionism s not rrierelv dientirely different not only from — v .. ; —— old Zionism, but also from every ad been a member of the relief movement which any wan S. S. E.ne Corps who exm.nontv nationalitv has ever conl termmated Jews.) ducted to Africa' The Irish, the Telephone* H141-J OFHCE and PLArTT 120 N. E. Sbtth Swet_ N nber* V KlDiV. OSTOBER r^ TISHRI 14. 5 10



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ffllDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1949 Jewish Fk>ridlia,n 500 Welcome Rabbi llonig. Family To Hollywood Jewish Community PAGE FIVE Over 500 persons gathered at the Jewish Community Center of Hollywood last Thursday evening to welcome Rabbi and Mrs. Jacob J. Honig and their family to the community. Members of the rabbinate of Greater Miami who were present at the affair were Rabbis Leon Kronish, Morris Skop, Moses Mescheloff, Joseph Rackovsky and Rabbinical Student Jerry Bass. Rabbi Marius Ranson of Ft. Laudcrdale was also present. The program was opened by Louis J. Golden, who introduced Nat Gobey, commander of Browaid County Post No. 613 of the Jewish War Veterans. Gobey welcomed the new rabbi and presented him with the chaplain's cap. Rabbi Honig served as a chaplain in the armed forces abroad for five years. Hy Morris, commander of the Department of Florida of the JWV then presented the rabbi with a plaque forwarded from Huntington, N. Y. for "the outstanding service he rendered to the cause of the JWV there." Inscription on the award read: "Presented to Rabbi Jacob J. Honig, Chaplain, U. S. Army, World War II, who has been instrumental in the founding, development of JWV of Suffolk Countv Post No. 488." In his address Rabbi Honig expressed the hope that "the new union between him and the Hollywood Jewish community would be strengthened by unswerving loyalty to Judaism, the spirit of cooperation and sincerity." Paying tribute to Mrs. Honig, the rabbi said. "Any measure of success that I have hitherto enjoyed has been achieved through the inspiration and professional Jewish background of my dear wife who has made tasks immeasurably lighter." Others who welcomed the new spiritual leader were Irving H. Zuckerman, acting president of the center; W. B. Hoffheimer, senior vice commander of the Department of Florida JWV; and Sid Lampert. member of the center board of governors. Pierre Mande offered violin selections and Cantor Milton Freedman sang Yiddish folk songs. Congratulatory wires and letters were received from Dr. Jacob Kaplan, president of the Florida Rabbinical Association; Rabbi living Lehrman; Dr. Moshe Davis, dean of the Teacher's Institute of the Jewish Theological Seminary and program director of the serve ....buy :R0KE4Cff "Eternal Light;" Dr. Max Ontzt, provost of Jewish Theological Seminary; Rabbi Max Routtenberg, director of rabbi placement of the Rabbinical Assembly; Rabbi Joel Geffin. executive board member of the Rabbinical Assembly; Seymour Liebman. director of the economic commision of the Zionist Organization of America. Kefreshments were served under the direction of Mrs. Elaine Lamport. Assisting her were the Mesdames Pearl Weiss, Lillian Donner, Hilda Corn, Natalie Heiden, Barbara Galvin, Pearl Zuckerman. Anne Golden Olga wohl. Ceil Tager. Ida Baum Fanny Mae Theodore and Florence Oppenhoff. % SUASAUU nthetu TEXTRON'S LONG-WEARING. 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Mrs. Louis Glasser. area vice president of the Women's Division of American Jewish Congress, will talk on the philosophy, history and program of the congress and how its local chapters may become an increasingly effective force within the plans and programs of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and in the general community. Participants in a discussion to follow will be Emanuel Aaronson, president of the Business and Professional Chapter; Mrs. A. A. Hayden. president of the Miami Chapter; Mrs. William Loeb. president of the Miami Beach Chapter; and Mrs. Frederick S. Grossberg. chairman of the Florida Women's Division. Bernard B. Segal. Southeastern field representative of the American Jewish Congress, will be chairman. Refreshments will fellow the program. Beach Y Calls For Basketball Players A call for candidates to represent this year's Miami Beach YM & WHA basketball team was issued by Sam Shapiro, chairman of the athletic committee for Monday at 8 p.m. The Y team won the all-Miami invitation tournament, defeating such local powers as Pompano, Muffets, Pan-American, Eastern Airlines, Central Baptist, Elks, Checker Cab and the Miami Y in independent games. In turn the local team succumbed to the Miami University Varsity and freshman teams and were defeated in the quarter final of the Florid* State A.A.U. tourney. One man. Stanley Fronczok, who averaged over eighteen points per game, was selected on the state all-star team. Stressing the Nat Holman style of play which emphasizes good ball handling, set shooting and screening, Coach Winston intends to also emphasize the fast break. All those who are interested in trying out for the squad are invited to attend the first practice session. Jack A. Abbott J. A. Abbott Heads Miami Beach Bar Jack A. Abbott, attorney and civic leader, has been named president of the Miami Beach Bar Association, according to Albert Lehrman, association secretary. The new bar association head, who was eletced in a vote by mail last week, is a past president of the Florida Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges, a past president of Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith and a former B'nai B'rith district officer. He is now president of the Miami Beach Civic League. Harold Zinn and Jack D. Burris were chosen first and second vice presidents respectively. Directors will be elected this month. S. J. August Hies At Ago Of i:t Samuel J. August, 43, of 1585 S. W. 18th St., passed away Friday in a local hospital. He was co-owner of August Brothers Bakery at 361 S. W. 8th St. Mr. August came to Miami 25 years ago from Pawtucket, R. I., and was a member of Beth David Synagogue, Miami Hebrew School and Congregation, B'nai B'rith and Biscayne Lodge No. 124 F. and A. M. Survivors include his wife, Wilma; a son. Frederick Bernard; two daughters. Muriel Bernice and Corinne Florence; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gershon August; and two brothers, Harry and Louis, all of Miami. Services were held at Gordon Funeral Home Chapel with Rabbis Max Shapiro and Simon April officiating. Burial was in Mt. Nebo Cemetery. August Children Contribute To Hospital Drive Children of the Ideal Family Group, composed of the Bragmans, Glantzes. Borkins. Friedmans, Billers. Chadwicks. Graysons. Goldbergs and Feldmans. pledged $92 to the Crippled Children's Hospital at the family Yom Kippur services held at the Policemen's Benevolent Paik. Following the services Monday evening the group held a dinner and broke the fast together. Al Glantz officiated at the services. Quiz Feature "The Battle of the Sexes." a quiz program with valuable prizes to be given to winners, will be the feature of this week's Cabaret Night, in the patio of Freedom House, 4323 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, tomorrow at 9 p.m. The public is invited. ANNOUNCING The Sculpture Workshop MODELING CARVING DISPLAY TECHNIQUES Afternoon 8c evening session! Individual instruction by HELEN LEE BARCLAY Registration all this month 1611 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach Phone 58-0409 Now Accepting Reservations THE LENOX MANOR ROOMS WITH CUISINE Spacious Gronds For Relaxing in the Sun RATES UPON REQUEST 827 Lenox Ave. Miami Beach Phone 5-5149 Mayor Endorses Jewish Center Drive, Urges Citizens To Give Support Mayor Robert L. Floyd of Miami has officially proclaimed the two weeks from Wednesday, October 5, to Wednesday, October 19, as Miami Jewish Community Center membership drive period in support of the organization's annual membership campaign. The mayor's proclamation declared that the center "is continuing to contribute substantially to the life of this community, presenting opportunities for physical, recreational and cultural growth and experience. ..." The mayor urged all citizens to support the drive. Irving Saal is chairman of the campaign. Rothonberg Head Cerebral Palsy Speakers Bureau David Rothenberg, consulting child psychologist, was recently named head of the speakers bureau of the Cerebral Palsy Parents Council, which has launched an educational program on the affliction in this area. Rothenberg is a graduate of the University of Miami and received his master of science decree in clinical psychology at Michigan State University, where he received specialized training in cerebral palsy. "The need for community education on cerebral palsy is of prjme importance." Rothberg said. "The person who is so afflicted, be it adult or child, is too often looked upon with curiositv and question. It is the goal of the council to make every man woman and child that walks the streets of Greater Miami cerebral palsy conscious. The council wants the citizens of Miami to recognize the affliction and to realize that those who are so afflicted can be rehabilitated if given time and a chance to show what they cando." The speakers bureau is the first project planned by the council of the Dade County society for filling this need of" community education to an awareness of the cerebral palsy victim and his problems. Tickets For Children's Theatre Still Available A limited number of tickets for the Variety Children's Theater, sponsored by the Women's Committee of the Children's Hospital, are still available, according to Mrs. Hal Kopplin, president. Tickets are sold by the book and subscription includes all five plays. Price is five dollars plus one dollar federal tax. All proceeds from the sale of tickets will go to the South Florida Children's Hospital. First play. "The Wizard of Oz." will be presented at the Olympia Theatre on November 12 at 9 a.m. Tickets are now on sale at the box offices of all theatres; Wilson's Boys Shop on Lincoln Road; Kodak department of Byron's Red Cross and tomorrow only at Burdine's mezzanine. GEORGE J. BERTMAN Pioneer Women's Unit Will Meet Tuesday Golda Meyerson Club of Pioneer Women will meet Tuesday at 8:15 at the Dora August Memorial Hall of Beth El, 500 S.W. 17th Ave. Mrs. Isaac Pushkin, president, will report on the national convention which was held in Philadelphia. A holiday program will be presented and refreshments will be served. Succos Festival Slated The Ben Gurion Branch of the Jewish National Workers Alliance and the Golda Meyerson Club of the Pioneer Women will jointly sponsor a Succos festival on Sunday, October 16, at 8 p.m. in the Dora August Memorial Hall. 500 S.W. 17th Ave. Admission is one dollar and proceeds are earmarked for the Jewish National Fund. Prominent Miami Beach realtor, says: "I discovered a way to save time, money and inconvenience when I travel. It's really simple. I call FARR—they do my travel worrying for me." FAHIt "Your Travel AgenC ANNOUNCEMENT! HADE KOSHER MEAT AND POULTRY and DELICATESSEN Is Now Under the Management of II. HUM Mt \l Formerly of Bronx, N. Y. (for 45 yeara) THIS MARKET SUPERVISED AND ENDORSED BY THE GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY, Director 153 N. W. 5th Street Phone 3-1430 FREE DELIVERY The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association Participating agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, wishes you all a Happy Succoth and announces that any chickens without the ring which bears the insignia n'IDJ are not endorsed by the Vaad. Other information in the field of Kashruth in this area may be obtained by calling our Director. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, 818 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach, Phone 5-3595. HARRY flRKIN. Pres. A. M. BFAH, Vice Pres. 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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 7, 1949 *-JknM>fk>ridrforj PAGE SEVEN Judge Lewis Petitions FCC To Prevent Anti-Semitic Radio Sermons By Rev. Ham Charging radio evangelist Mordecai F. Ham of Louisville. Ky., with violating the public interest by disseminating antiSemitism over 32 radio stations now broadcasting his sermons. Judge Emanuel Lewis of Savannah. Ga., last week petitioned the Federal Communications Commission in Washington to take immediate remedial action by churchmen unanimously agreed that in their opinion the broadcast is not in the public interest and they concurred that Ham's material is not such as to help to create understanding among peoples, but is bigotry and the preachment of hatred and as such is undesirable. Judge Lewis contended that the Federal Communications Comvinced that it is impossible to SftftAjftW! 1 1M^\^' have "a free contest of SDeech £ j 1 ban radl statl ns from Si ideas f w?th C p"oll S iona S l Pe ha e te ^S^S^^J^^T s over the limited, chan$&*g XTtirUniW^t^to refrain from allowing their facilities to be used by preachers of racial or religious hatred, and requested the commission, if technically necessary, to make the radio stations themselves respondents to the action. Judge Emanuel Lewis is chairman of the Southern Regional Board of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. Morris B. Abram of Atlanta appears as counsel for Judge Lewis on the petition. warning radio stations carrying Ham's broadcasts not to allow him to continue abusing radio facilities. In his petition, Judge Lewis indicated his reluctance to protest against the abuse and misuse even of radio speech because of his deep attachment to freedom of speech. Judge Lewis stated, however, that he is connels of radio communication. In the first place, one attempting to combat bigotry, hatred and falsehood over the air is faced with the necessity of procuring money to pay for the needed radio time. Secondly, there is the problem of procuring equivalent time." Judge Lewis also indicated that he had no objection to Ham's appearance on the radio so long as he does not abuse the facilities created in the public interest by stirring up religious hatred of citizens and residents of the United States. In his petition. Judge Lewis pointed out that Rev. Ham's antiSemitism has been apparent since autumn of 1924 when during the course of a sermon at Elizabeth City, N. C, Ham charged that the late Julius Rosenwald of Chicago had established a vice quarter in that city as a part of a "heinous Jewish plot to undermine Gentile civilization." Among other samples of antiSemitism cited were the following: On November 6, 1935, speaking OVi radio station WLAT in Lexington. Ky., Ham stated that the persecution of the Jews in Germanswas justified. On May 28, 1949, speaking in Minneapolis, Minn., Ham stated "Germany is not to blame the Hebrews started it the Hebrew started all this misery." According to an article in the Charlotte Observer, Charlotte, N. C, October 14, 1943, Ham spoke in Charlotte and made the statement that he wanted "the streets of North Carolina to run with 'Jewish blood'." As recently as April 17, 1949, Ham made the following statement in the course of a radio broadcast, "Not all Jews are Israelites, many are still Jacobs. Jacob was the name of the 'trickster, bargain-driver, the trafficker'." As an indication of the objectivity of his petition, Judge Lewis indicated that in June of 1949, in a Southern city, religious leaders representing the Protestant, Catholic and Hebrew faiths listened to the transcription of Mordecai Ham's broadcast scheduled for Sunday, June 12. The three SUN RAY PARK HEALTH RESORT HOTELSANITARIUM FOB REST. CONVALESCENCt AND CHDOWC CASU w.itt roa uwui US t w jo !" couirr Cardiac Home I H it Will Hear Style Editor Miss Martha Chase, one of Miami's foremost style editors, will be guest of honor when the Miami Chapter of the National Children's Cardiac Home holds its first meeting of the 1949-50 season on Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. at the Melvin Cohen Hall, 4250 W. Flagler St. Miss Chase conducts a radio program of interest to women on station WMIE daily at 12:30 p.m. She plans to duplicate her program at the meeting, even to the awarding of prizes. Mrs. Leon Freed, ways and means chairman, will announce the details of the group's fall fund-raising affair—a Hallowe'en Jamboree—to take place at the Miami Woman's Club the evening of October 29. There will be dancing, entertainment, rhumba and waltz contests. In keeping with the Hallowe'en spirit, there will be free apples and doughnuts for all. flabbi Joseph E. Rackovskv 818 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach Phone S-359S A HOME AWAY FROM HOME 24 Hr. Expert Nursing Care Beautiful Grounds, Well Located Dietary Laws Strictly Observed. $50.06 per week DR.SHOULSON'S(D.D.) 1681 MERIDIAN AVE. MIAMI BEACH, FLA. 68-0112 Moving to Bigger and Better Facilities on the Beach In October Rumanian Envoy Presents Credentials TEL AVIV, (JTA)—A cool, formal atmosphere prevailed last week when Nicholas Cioroiu, Rumania's first Minister to Israel, I presented his credentials to Acting President Josef Sprinzak. In a short speech, the Rumanian envoy said that his mission would consist of furthering the "excellent relations" which exist between the two nations and that he is sure he can count on a similar attitude on the part of Israel. In a very few words, Mr. Sprinzak also* referred to the cordial relations between the two states and told the Rumanian that when he toured this country he would realize the importance of the contribution of Rumanian Jewry to Israel. He also expressed the hope that Rumanian Jews will continue to extend aid to the Jewish state. It is expected here that the Rumanian Minister will soon submit to Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett a reply from Rumanian Foreign Minister Anna Pauker to his plea that the Rumanian government lift its ban on the emigration of Israel-bound Jews. Friedman To Speak Milton A. Friedman, national B'nai B'rith youth commissioner from the Southeastern region, will address members of the West Palm Beach Women's Chapter of B'nai B'rith at a membership drive luncheon on Thursday, according to an announcement by Mrs. Jack Wilson, chapter president. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have your root repaired now; you will save on a new roof later "8atisfsotory Work by Experienced Men" 414 8. W. 22nd Avenue PHONE 4-6M0 REV. I. FABF.R PROMINENT MOHL Performs brism according to the Laws of Moses and Israel. CALL 2-3369 311 S. W. 9th Avenue Physicians To Discuss Mental Illness Sunday The Dade County Medical Association announces the eighth in its weekly series of health education programs over radio station WTTT on Sunday night from 8 to 8:30 p.m. Subject for discussion in this week's forum will be "Mental Illnes—Functional Psychoses." Participants will be Dr. James L. Anderson and Dr. I. Leo Fishbein, psychiatrists; Dr. William P. 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iiuun.1, VA,H I i %  %  • HadaKsah I nit To Install Loaders Mrs M >rris Alpert will be installed as president of the newly organized Hanna Senesch Group of Hadassc breakfast on Betrothal Revealed Dr. and Mrs. Max Miller of West New York. N'. J. announce the betrothal of their daughter. Beverlv. to Marvin D. Mondres. son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Mondres. 5321 S.W. 1st St. The wedding will be held Sunday, November 13. at the B'na: Jeshur:n Temple in New York Dr. Israel Goldstein, uncle of the bride-elect, will officiate. Miss Miller attended C University and the University t Miami. Her fiance attended CorMrs. Morria Alpert Tuesday at 11:30 a.m. at the Shelborne Hotel. Miami Beach. Rabb: Moshay P Mir.r. will serve as install. r._ :':'.:er and Mrs. C Iman A Zwitrr will offer the im ti n Other :: -' %  ducted : %  .: th Mrs Irwin Weinstt In first pn sident: Mr; Nathan M Kaplan. nd vice president: Mr? L E. Goldman, third vice president: Mrs. Charles Bush^ll. finan ial secretary. Mr; Israel Teitch recording %  y. Mrs Nina Am.-•.. %  rd esponding s< Mrs. Felix Halzband. social secretary; Mrs Samuel Sapii tn .. • Lift mei %  tilt I M • Samuel T Sapiro. Mrs Florence C Mrs. L E. Gold "•' i N Liebling Am :._ Is at 1 stall >1 n ... Mrs Herlx Russcol. whe recently arrived from Isra< 11 visil h r p irents Mr. and Mrs J seph S Mrs Russ s a nurse in the Hag man Resclose I after Sui be made by calling Mrs. Israel Teitch, Mrs. Julius R i stein and Mrs Nathan Kaplan. JWV Auxiliary To l.ih Hospital Members I the Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary. Norman Brown Post No. 1~4. will completi plans 1 rOcI beractivinext meeting M nday at 8 p m. at the Miami Jewish Community Center. 450 S.W. .-.lighting this month's work UM pn sentatk D I ;• Mrs M Weiner. national aux ; tit, : a : adi -t hon< graph combir..-.:: n to the PTfctt General Hospital Mrs. Weiner. who will be here for the national eni-.ent to be held in Miami Beach October 17-24. will present ... ... m thly : mmunng to be held al spital n October 16 at 7 Ml p.m Rents and entertainrm nt an genda. A Halloween celebration with refrea mi nt b ths ght guessing, prizes and :' rtune telling will be given instead it thi auxiliary's •-'nthly party. The affair is for October 2: at 7 30 p m in the spital recreation hall. During the past year, the uxilii i presented to the hospital" two large musical files ecords. In addition the group a furnished a day room and sponsored parties and entertainment. •Ir. Hadassah To Attend Services Th>. Miami Unit I Juni r Hawill inaugurate a policy :' Fi day night attendance at different synag gues tonight at 8 • now Beth David. S W. 3rd Ave between 26th and 27th Roads Rita Ross, wh recently attended BrandsCam] Instituti is chairman of the project A ti nal inf rmati in may be obtained bv calling Miss Ross at 83-3267. Freedom House Forum A symp sium n 'Art ..nd Politics" will be the feature weekly Freedom H use : rum to be held Sunday at 8:45 p m Featured speakers will be Molka Reich and Jack Bell. The public is invited to attend this pr —rr which will be held in the patio of Freedom House 4323 C Huts Ave.. Miami ; AEP Alumni To Meet Th Alpha Epsilon Pi Alumni :' Greater Miami will meet Wednesday at 8 p.m. at the Delano Hotel.' All alumni m the area are urged to be present. Anyone wishing further information is asked to call Martin Finklestcin at 83-1938. Body temperature generally les its highest point at about 7 p.m. Mrs. Bess Nelson was hostess at luncheon for members of Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood Thursday at their baiaar shower at the Delano Hotel. Pictured examining items for the baxaaz are (1. to r.) Mrs. William Farr. chairman of the shower; Mrs. Nelson, vice president and chairman of the basaar; Mrs. Alexander Robbins, sisterhood president. Barbara Ann Firestone %  : : ini I SI I U" Barbara Firestone To Wed P. S. Goodman ruling a December wedding is Miss Barbara Ann Firestone. engagement to Paul S. r n son of Mose Goodman. leston. W. Va and Mrs. Ella • : M imi Beach, has been ..r.r. unced by her parents. Mr. nd M Th dore Firestone, 281 S.W. 2 -d. The bride-elect graduated from '.: Beach H 1 attended Fl rida State University. Mr. G wdman, who served in the U. S. Marine Corps, is a graduate of Miami Beach High. W st Virginia Univi ty and is a member of Pi 1. la Phi Leo Eisenstein. prominent realtor and civic leader, was recently named to the five-man zoning board of the city of Miami Beach at a meeting of the city council. Eisenstein. who fills the vacancy created by the death of John L. Berry, was nominated by Councilman Burnett Roth. He will serve for a period of two years, his term expiring June 28. 1952. Mayor Will Not Halt Temple Desecration MUNICH. (JTA)—The Bavarian police published a rep i their investigation of the desecration last Monday night of the only synagogue in" the Bavarian : iwn of Marktredwitz. The police, who arrested a "•denazified" German. Hans Rief. for the crime, revealed that R:ef had hired a group of "workmen" t j help him demolish the synag The "workmen" f reed "the .: gue gate and then dese the H ly Ark and a number of religious articles before they halted their activities. The police report states that the Jews appealed to the town's mayor. Otto Hirschmann. and the local police chief. Albert Slimmer, to halt further desecration of the synagogue. Mayor Hirschmann refused to intervene, but later promised the city's help to repair the damage. The mavor is a former Nazi who joined the party in 1936. while the arrested criminal traces his membership in Hitler's movement back to 1933. Personally Speaking Mi. and Mrs. Milton Simon ol Youngstown, Ohio, announce the birth of a son, David Oscar, on October 2 at Northside Hospital in that city. The Simons are the parents of another child, a daughter, Diane Sherin. Paternal grandmother is Mrs. Oscar Ziff of Miami, who left yesterday by plane to attend the bris. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Sam Simon of Youngstown. %  + Mr. and Mrs. Sol Lyons, 2262 S.W. 16th Ave.. entertained with a dinner in the Panama Room of the Robert Clay Hotel en September 27, in honor of the birthday of their son. Norman R. Lyons. Mrs. Norman R. Lyons assisted in receiving guests. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Levinson, 3894 N.W. 3rd St., announce the birth of a son, Paul Alan, on September 28 at Jackson Memorial Hospital. The mother is the former Marian Ruth Fine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Fine of Cincinnati. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Louis Levinson of this city. %  %  Mrs. Rose Zalka and Mrs. Ida Goldberg motored to Savannah, Ga., and Charleston, S. C, to spend Rosh Hashona with their parents; Mrs. Zalka with her mother, Mrs. A. Levin, Savannah, and Mrs. Goldberg with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Shep Alpern, Charleston. + Miss Shirley Alperstein of 7125 Carlyle Ave., Miami Beach, just returned from a two week visit to Mexico City. On her return she stopped in San Antonio, Texas, for a four-day visit with her aunt, Mrs. S. Sterling, and cousins, Mr. and Mrs. A. Neuman. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Bloomberg and son, Robert of 536 West Flagler St., recently returned from an extended trip, during which they toured Florida and visited relatives and friends in New York. Now spending time with the Bloombergs is Miss Eleanor Lee Kahan of New York. Prior to coming here, Miss Kahan visited her brother-in-law and sister in Cleveland, Florida, where she spent a great deal of time fashing. En route to New York she will stop in Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Goodman are now in their new home at 2704 Polk St., Hollywood, after spending the summer at Elizabeth Lake, Pontiac, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brettholtz have just moved into their new residence at 3470 S.W. 19th St. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gurss, 561 N.E. 68th St., recently returned here after spending the summer in Avon Lake, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. M. Morrison, 1684 Lenox Ave.. Miami Beach, have just returned from a five month sojourn in California. %  Miss Dottie Pepper, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Pepper, is visiting relatives and friends in New York. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Cohen have returned from a vacation in the North. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Eisenstein have returned to Miami Beach from Ellenville, N. Y. where they were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Slutsky at the Neville Country Club. %  Mr. and Mrs. Berry Clein, 330 N.W. 44th Ave., announce the birth of a son on September 27 at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Tropical Women To Hold Danco Tropical Chapter of B'nai I Mrs. Louis Grossman is B'rith Women will sponsor its man of the affair. Assisting her first fund-raising dance Sunday \ are the Mesdames Irvine C evening at 8:30 at the Versailles Melvin Benner and Irving G Hotel. A floor show featuring Paul Parsons and his Stars of Tomorrow will be presented. man. Tickets may be obtained I members of the organizati r. r at the door. Plans for nation-wide B'nai B'rith membership drive are out; lined here as E. Albert Pallot president of the Greater Murru B'nai B'rith Council, (seated, center) meets with top workers, in photo, (seated, left) Julius FUher. secretary of District Gran a Lodge No. 5; Pallot: Harry Brager of Washington. D. C. nationai membership director of B'nai B'rith. Standing, (L to r.) Milton • Friedman; George J. Talianoff, general membership chairman the drive in South Florida: and LouU Heiman. pt president %  District Grand Lodge No. 5. All women's chapters will also panic* pate in the drive, Oct. 13 through Dec 3.



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Mrs. Stone Presented With Scroll By Miami Hebrew School, Congregation Rabbi Simon April, Mrs. Sarah B. Stone, E. L. Becker Mrs Sarah Beila Stone was honored with a testimonial oration and presented with a specially prepared scroll "in appreciation of her contributions to the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation" during the Kol Nidre services at the synagogue Sunday. Mrs. Stone recently donated an Aron Kodesh to the congregation in memory of her husband, Abraham Isaac Stone. The surprise oration, delivered by Rabbi Simon April in behalf of the numbers and staff of the congregation, was in praise of "Mrs, Stone's sincere and unpretentious efforts and her openhanded generosity toward the congregation." Mrs. Stone, her sens. Jack. Ben. George, Louis, Perry, Elry and daughter Mrs. Raymond Kutner, were among the organizers and charter members of this organization pledged to religious :ind cducationel activities for the Jewish youth of the community. The engrossed scroll is the handiwork of E. L. Becker, a member of the congregation. Drawn on parchment, the design in golds, blues and reds embodies the marble effect of the pulpit, posts and decorative patterns of the wall. Borders in gold include symbolic religious figures of the tribes oi Juduh. The wording is arranged so that the initial letter of each line, when read vertically spells out Sarah Stone. The inscription reads: "So that we may revere And praise here—Be it Resolved that, with sincere Appreciation—we do Honor our own beloved SARAH BEILA STONE Sagacious and kind Tireless in her efforts Open handed and devoted Noble in deeds, we are Everlastingly grateful and humble." This is fololwed by a benediction prepared by Rabbi April, and lettered in Hebrew and translated in English: "May the G-d of Your Fathers Help you; May the Almighty Bless you with a Long Life and Happiness." The parchment is framed with a grey, blue and gold border with roller top and bottom and when rolled, resembles a miniature Torah. Becker enclosed this in a purple and gold "mantele" to give it a completely finished effect. RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY Congregation Kneseth Israel (Orthodox). 1415 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H. Ever. i'i iday evening Succos service* at :0 i. in Saturday morning services at B:0 a.m. Rabbi Ever win deliver the Succos sermon. Mim-ha services followed by Maarlv. Sunday service 8:30 a.m. Italilii Ever will speak. .Mlncha at 5:15. Cantor M. Yardelnl w ni chant the services. Dally services at 8 a.m. At 5:43 p.m. dally Rabbi r.ver conducts a class In Jewish J'<;ws and Customs, followed by Mlncha. Services at 6:15 p.m. Maariv at 6:45 p.m. Talmud Torah registration after 3 p.m. dally. Daily classes in session rrom 8:S0 to .30 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 10 a.m. to 12 noon .Sunday. Succos party Tuesday. United Jewish Schools, South Campus, University of Miami. Classes at 1" a.m. Hebrew Academy. 918 6th St., Miami Beach. Friday evening services at 5:80, Saturday morning services at :•. Mlncha at 5:45. Daily services at 7:30 a.m. and 5:80 p.m. Dally services at 7 a.m. Friday night services at 8 p.m. Refreshments will be served Immediately following the services. Saturday morning services at 9 a.m. Israelite Center (General), 3346 S.W. 24th St. Congregation Beth El (Orthodox), 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi Murray Graucr. Cantor Milton Friedman. FVIday evening services 5:45 Sabbath morning service at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Grauer will preach on "The Temporary and the Permanent: A Comparison.'' On Sunday at 8:30 the rabbi Will speak on "Four Distinct Types in Harmony." Annual Succos party will take place Tuesday at 4 p.m. With Beth 101 playing hosts to Students -if Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. Sunday school 10 a.m. Daily religious school 8:30 to 6:30. Dally religious services 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. Temple Emanu-El (Reform), 1801 S. Andrews Ave., Fort Lauderdale. Dr. Marius Ranson, Rabbi. Friday evening services at 8:00. Rabbi Hanson will officiate. N. W. Religious Congregation, 3681 N. W. 2nd St. Services Saturday morning at 9:00 o'clock. Coral Gables Jewish Center (Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop. S_uccos party tonight at 8:15 In Succah on temple grounds, 32i Palermo Ave., Coral Gables, Temple Isaiah (Reform), 1065 Dade Blvd., Miami Beach. Rabbi Moshay P. Mann. Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Moshay P. Mann will conduct services and deliver the sermon. His topic will be "The Significance of Succos." A reception will follow the services. Congregation Beth David (Conservative). 135 N.W. Third AT*. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. Succos festival to lie ushered Friday at 7 p.m. with reception In Succah adjoining new synagogue. Sabbath morning servtces at 8:30. Rabbi Shapiro and Cantor Mamches will officiate. Bar Mitzvah of Marshall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell S*hapo. Theme of Rabbi Shapiro's talk will be "Translstlon." Student services will be held In vestry' room Saturday and Sunday at 10 a.m. Hebrew classes are In session at Talmud Torah until further notice Registration for Hebrew and Sunday schools still open. Miami Hebrew School and Congregation (Orthodox), 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Berele Kelemer. Services Friday evening at 5:45. Saturday morning at 9 a.m. Rabbi April will speak on "The Feast of the Lord.' Mlncha at 5:30 p.m. followed by Shalos Seudos and Zmlros. Maarlv. Sunday morning service at 9. The rabbi's topic will be "Jewish Nationalism leading to Unlversallsm." Mlncha 5:30. Hebrew school dally 3:15 to 6:15 p.m. Dally services at 7:30 a.m. and 5:45 p.m. Congregation Young Israel (Orthodox), 4001 Chase Ave., Miami Beach. Friday evening services at 5:30. Sabhath morning services at 9, Mlncha at 5:30. Dally services at 8 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. Congregation Beth Jacob (Orthodox), 301-311 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Holiday of Succos will open with services at 5:30 p.m. Friday. Morning services will be held Saturday and Sunday 8:30. Rabbi Mescheloff's sermon topic on Saturday will be "The Walls of Home" and on Sunday, "The Fruits of the Land." All services will be chanted by Cantor Louis Feder. Afternoon services Saturday and Sunday will be at 5:3". Temple Beth Shoiom (Liberal), 4144 Chase Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Friday evening service at 8:15 p.m. Sabbath Succos. Rabbi Kronish will speak on "Is the House of American Israel Built Like a Succah?'' An Oneg Sliabbat and Sin s party will follow In the temple Succah. Sabbath service 10:45 a.m. Children's SUCCOS harvest festival followed by Succos party. Miami Beach Jewish Community Center (Conservative), 1701 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. Friday evening service at 6:00. Saturday and Sunday morning services at 9. Rabbi Lehrman will preach both mornings. Cantor Goldring will chant assisted by the choir. Junior congregation services Saturday anil Sunday at 9:30 a.m. In chapel. Congregation Beth Tfilah (Orthodox), 935 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Friday evening Succos service at 5:45 p.m. Saturday morning at 8:30 Rabbi Rackovsky will speak on "Support to the Falling Tabernacle." Mlncha at 5. Sunday morning at 8:30 tho Rabbi will on "Lulov and Its .Appurtenances." Mlncha at 5. Daily services at 7:30 a.m. Class In Mlshna will be addressed by the rabbi. Services at 5:45 p.m. followed by a class In Jewish laws and customs. North Shore Jewish Center, 7126 Abbott Ave., Miami Beach. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will be guest speaker Friday at 8 p.m. His subject will he "Succos: Symbol of Faith In Humanity. 1 A reception will follow the service. Temple Israel (Reform), 137 N.E. 19th St. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Rabbi Emeritus. Sabbath evening service at 8:15. Festival of tabernacles services. Rabbi Zwitman will preach on "God In Nature and Human Nature." On Saturday morning at 11 Rabbi Zwitman will preach on "Building the Tabernacle of Peace In Our Day." All children who attend Sunday school for first time Sunday will be consecrated In a special service in tho Succah. New Music Service Now Offered Here A revolutionary new method of providing wired background music for hotels, restaurants, bars and offices is now being offered by the Twin City Sound, Inc., 600 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Called Lyric, the new service eliminates the use of the telephone line, usually employed in wired music, thereby cutting the cost of personalized music drastically. The service is offered for twenty dollars per month regardless of the size of the establishment. The music for Lyric is broadcast directly to the business over a private FM frequency. On their first day of operation, Twin City installed Lyric in two large Miami Beach hotels and they have not slowed down since they began. Melvin L. Ziegler, president of Twin City, is a former engineer for a large wired music company. He has been in the music service field for ten years and is thoroughly familiar with all of its aspects. Additional information may be obtained by calling 58-4119. The world's oldest town, Cadiz, Spain, has maintained its identity and name for about 3,000 U.S. Scientist Doubts Ark Is Still On Ararat NEW YORK. (JTA)—Doubt that Noah's Ark remains on Mount Ararat, in Turkey, was expressed here by William Wood. a member of the expedition which attempted last summer to find the Biblical vessel which was reportedly resting somewhere on the mountain. Mr. Wood said that conditions %  xtant on the mountain—including the fact that the area is frequently subjected to earthquakes --make it highly improbable that ne Ark has survived after all hese centuries. He said that if he Ark rested on the cone of >ne mountain—which the expedition was unable to reach—"it would be encased in 100 feet of ice in a region where ice and %  'now never melt. If it were below the ice field, it would no longer be recognizable," he added. African natives sometimes make UU&an sacrifices to trees, according to the Encyclopaedia Brit%  innica. \ ',.:.| aSS? 5K WjM §§§ I %i i^k : ^' %  "•'WSJIM 9f!9 %  1 ^ fj^^Rk^L 1 s r : %  % %  : %  : m 1 K ;• %  H fe%'V-k y 11-~ Srf' ***' & !" \ %  ** f?z ^ V : J \ £13 c photos der't ow Je 'ish Community Centers, schools, oublic and Jewish community lit aries. synagogues and other communUy agencies utilize displays nd exhibits, library sermnarsand otter techniques in the widesp ead observance of Jew.sh Book Month which will be celebrated this year 'rom November 11 to December 11 under the auspices of the Jewish Book Council of i America, sponsored by the National Jewish Welfare Board.



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PAGE TEN %  *Jeist> ihrkkan FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7 %  %  Miami Jewish Center Inaugurates Friday Afternoon Fun-Fests For Kids Movies will highlight the first weekly Friday afternoon fun-fest for children of the community today at 3:30 at the Miami Jewish Community Center. 450 S.W. 16th Ave. Scheduled to be shown are "Sing a Song of Friendship." Irving Caesar"s cartoon creations depicting brotherhood of man: "Monarchs of the Ring." featuring famous prizefighters of the past several years; two cartoons, and a reel taken at the center's day camp last summer. Public school children of all ages are invited to attend. The Friday afternoon program is part of the center's recreational afterschool activities. For the following Friday. October 14. a Succos party and Maccabiad are planned. The daily after-school chedule includes a girl's club, for girls ages eight to ten, Monday and Wednesday afternoons at 3:30; a boys' and girls' recreational group, for children ages six and seven. Tuesday and Thursday afternoons at 3:30: and a mite football league and archery lessons for boys from eight to eleven every afternoon at 4:30. A series of boxing bouts and instruction is being planned for November. LEGAL NOTICE Jews In Sports Bv HASKELL COHEN Mel Allen, popular New York I George off the boards in an intersportcaster. received his fourth [ hotel game. Mikan recommended successive citation from the Sporting News, baseball bible, as the outstanding announcer in the American League this season. Allen handles the N. Y. Yankee baseball games. He has been in radio since 1937 when he joined CBS upon leaving the University of Alabama. He has served six times as one of the World Series' broadcasters and has worked nine years on All Star games. He has been describing the Yankee games the past four seasons. Mel is known for his smooth diction and acts as master of ceremonies at special events in Yankee Stadium. Allen (nee Israel) attended college to become a lawyer but got sidetracked into radio when he began to handle the college football games. His mother had hoped that Mel would follow in the footsteps of his forefathers, a long line of cantors. Mel doesn't have to sing for his money. He reputedly knocks down a cool one hundred thousand dollars per annum. In addition to baseball he does football, basketball on television, and works for a newsreel company. • • • Hal Saltzman of the Portland Beavers won 22 games against 13 losses for a seventh place club in the Pacific Coast League. Last Sunday he was called in to quell an uprising against San Diego and closed the game by picking Al Rosen off at se*cond base, no mean feat for a right hander. • • • Saul Rogovin who joined Buffalo five weeks after the season started posted a strikeout pace of 163 men in 198 innings. He racked up 20 k's in posting two wins over Jersey City in the first payoff series conducted last week in the International League. Saul should make the grade next summer with the Tigers. His many strike outs indicate the Jewish lad has plenty of speed. the lad to the Lakers management who told George to have the kid report at Minneapolis. Stein is a few years away from NBA ball if he ever makes the grade but it is nice to see that Mikan was looking for talent on his recent summer stay in the mountains. • • Nat Holman has his City College hoopsters out already for a week of viewing moving pictures before they get started with their physical conditioning. City is looking forward to one of its best years on the court with big Eddie Roman taking over at center. • • • Al Roth, the figure in the CityN. Y. U. tussel, has decided to stay at City after all. N. Y. U. also lost out on Norman Grecken who ended up at LaSalle much to the dismay of N. Y. U.'s Newark alumnus who was so positive he had the Philly kid lined up for his alma mater. ORDER FOR PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THK 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT nK FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY. No itnu THEODOR RoKEBURY. Plaintiff, vs. LILY ROSEIU'RY. I 'efendant. TO: LILY ROSEBURT ITS West Tth Street New York :4. N. V YOU ARE HEREBY ORDERED to file your appearance to the Hill of Complaint for Divorce, filed against vou bv THEODOR KOSEHl'RY, on or before the Tth day of November. 1949. otherwise the allegations of said bill will be taken a.i onfessed by you. Dated this :,th day of October, AD. 1949. B, B LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By \VM. W". STOCKING. I "eputy Clerk. MARION BRoi'KS Solicitor for Plaintiff >::• I'lvmpla Building Miami. Florida 10 7-14-21-2S 11'4 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THK COUNTY JUDGE'S CoURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE. No. --•1. In Re ESTATE OF HARRY R. R< 'SEN. Deceased To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: Ytiu. and each of you, are hereby notified anil required to present any claims and demands which you. or either of you, may have against the esute Of HARRY R. ROSEN, de-ed of Dad, iYunty, Florida, to the Hon. W F BI.ANTON, CountyJudge of Dade County, and file the same in his office in the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY Jl'IX'.E'H COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FIX)RIDA. — IN PROBATE, No. 22656. In Re: ESTATE OF MORRIS FREUND, Deceased. To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you. are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either, of you. may have against the estate of Morris Freund deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the Hon. W. F. BLANTON, County Judge of Dade County, and file the same In his office in the County Courthouse in Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the elate 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 September 27, A.D. 1949. HAL VINA FREUND, As Administrator cum testamento annexo of the Estate of Morris Freund, Deceased. MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Administrator c.t.a. 9/30 10/7-14-21 LEGAL NOTICES ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AMI FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA — IN CHANCERY, No. 127492. LEONA KLINE, Plaintiff, vs. ROBERT KLINE. Defendant. TO: ROBERT KLINE (whose present address Is:) IRC. Area 6, A. P. O. 407 rare of Postmaster New York, New York (Whose permanent residence Is:) 3133 Brighton 7 Street. Brooklyn. New York. You are hereby required to file your appearance to Plaintiffs Bill of Complaint for Divorce in the above-styled cause on or before the 31 dav of October. 1949: otherwise, the allegations of said Bill will be taken as Phil Slosbourg, former Temple backfield ace. looked very good for the N. Y. Bulldogs in the opening grid contest against the Philly Eagles held in a rainstorm last week at the Polo Grounds. Phil is on the slight side as pro gridders come, but he is fleet afoot and runs well to the outside. Despite a muddy field and dangerous underfooting the Philadelphia youth performing for Ted Collins got off several times for good yardage against the bruising, charging Eagle line. As a matter of fact Slosburg was the only Bulldog back who made any headway against the champions of the National Pro League. Marvin Pregulman, the former Michigan center, is also serving with the Bulldogs. His successor Dan Dworsky has graduated from Michigan to the Los Angeles Dons in the rival circuit. • Dave Zinkoff, the great Zinky to GI's stationed in Alaska during the war, writes that he has come quite a long way since his GI days. Zinky is announcer at Shibe Park where he handles the ball games on the loud speaker. He writes, "The other day Connie and Earle Mack shared their sandwiches with me between games of a doubleheader." • • • Jack Stein, a New York school boy who attended LIU for one year, is trying out with the Minneapolis Lakers, NBA champions. George Mikan saw the kid in the Catskill Mts. this past summer and liked the way he fought Hadassah I nil To Meet Monday The Miami Beach Business and Professional Hadassah will be hostesses to the Miami Business and Professional unit Monday evening at 8:30 at the Miami Beach Y, according to an announcement by Lillian Goodman, president. The program will open with a prayer on the "Esrog and Lulov" by Edwin Ginsburg, ten year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg. He will also chant Kiddush. A film, "Naomi Says Yes," will be followed by a skit in which Jean Brown, Dorothy Parker and Bea Rapport will participate. Refreshments will be served. A special invitation is extended by Miss Goodman to all Jewish women who are not yet affiliated with Hadassah. The group is also planning a games party to be held at the Cadillac Hotel on Wednesday, October 19. Chairman Evelyn Brown is arranging the program. Contribution will be one dollar. the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. See I confessed by you. Section 12" of the 1933 Probate Act. DATED at Miami. Flor Date October 4th, A.D. l!-4. HARRIET E. ROSEN. As Executrix of the List Will and Testament of HARRY R. ROSEN, Deceased FRANK E. SOLOMON Attorney for HARRIET E ROSEN, Executrix 1" T-14-21-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Roberta Barclay at 21$ N E. 1st Ave., Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. Bertha Thoroughgood Snc-llenburg Sole Owner A J. KAPLAN Attorney for applicant 1703 Congress Bldg 10/7-14-21-2$ ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT <>F THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. —IN CHANCERY. No. 127491. SARAH BROWNSTEIN. Plaintiff, vs. ISADORE BROWNSTEIN, DefendTHE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO: ISAlMiRE BROWNSTEIN Care of Jewish Consumptive Relief Society Bblvak, Colorado You are hereby required to file your appearance to Plaintiff s Bill of Complaint for Annulment in the abovestyled caused on or before the 31 dav Of October. 1949, otherwise the allegations of said Bill will be taken as confessed bv vou. DATED at Mia'ml. Florida, this 29 day of September. 1949 E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M C. FE1GE. Deputy Clerk. SAM SILVER Solicitor for Plaintiff 1703 Congress Bldg., Miami. Florida 9/30 10/7-14-21 Ida. this 29 day of September, 1949. E li. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M C. FEIGE, Deputy Clerk. SAM SILVER Solicitor for Plaintiff 17"3 Congress Building Miami. Florida 9/30 10/7-14-21 NOTICE UNOJR FJ C TITTOUI J^" ">?• under the fIctuio 8a In Miami Beach LaundromV, / rime of at 1805 20th Street \t & M^niti Florida, intends o r : e |V: 1!nl ?EZ with the Clerk of thee" real r" am Dade County, Florida Co Jrt of ro ^.e M Ow C nr- BK^'BIV GROS ^ERG 9/9-16-23-30 10/7 NOT*. NOR pj^p NOTICE IS HERE,:v .,,.. k the undersigned, desiring •. N tha business under the fki-i' -"'Be in MARSHALL'S SERVKVV'-: an, -' N. W 79th Street. M L :f y 7 at {W tend to register said no %  %  '''. nClerk of the Circui? gK2 w ; th ,he County. Florida. un A ^e CHARLES K \I.-\ MILLER & B P E 0 N D J E*LL N MS Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Fla. 9/16-23-30 10/7-14 NOTICE UNDMrjcrTT^ the-'uSnU'K' V '• :V !:X !H5 _HK.ttn SSJS EZRYEL SOLNIK Sole (>...,. BURNETT ROTH Attorney for Applicant 9/16-23-30 10/7-14 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Union Credit at 21".S Ponce de Leon Blvd.. Coral Gables. Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. EMKAY, INC !• 16-23-30 10/7-14 NOTICE TO APPEAR 27344. M iyj^S E J l J ON*SON. Plaintiff, vs. MARY RITA JOHNSON, Defendant Vou MARY RITA JOHNSON, 469 Guy Park Avenue. Amsterdam New lork, are notified to file your appearance In the above cause for divorce ??ia e .w 24th day of October, A.D. Jvm'K thel ?'" e decree ro confesso will be entered against you. A.D at 1949 UliS 21 da> f Se P temb "E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. YV. STOCKING, MILTON A. FRIEDMAN ePUt> ^ Attorney for Applicant Seybold Bldg. 9,23-30 10/7-14 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW S .NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th. the undersigned desiring • erSuMta business under the fit nMILTON'S AUTO SERV N.E. Second Avenue. M. •", tend <> register sail name -Mth the Clerk of the Circuit County, Florida. au MJLTON LIBERT GEORGE LEVITT ARTHUR LE MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Applicants 9/23-30 10.7-14-21 Bunche To Speak Dr. Ralph Bunche, acting mediator for the United Nations, will make the opening address at the annual meeting of the Florida State Conference of Social Work in West Palm Beach on Nov. 13. The meeting will last through Nov. 16, and will be attended by professional and lay workers of Greater Miami. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fltcltious name of ic? o Cosmetics at 1922 S W The greatest depth yet found rSLSr^Sti'SKEi "SMlln,end t0 in the Atlantic is #54i meters, to \JgjUff SSt 0.%^ SS& the Puerto Rico trough. \ Florida. **u Wl elephant's trunk can handle ob-1 £{££ ££}5TINA |HER TAKTZ Partner's 9/23-30 10/7-14 jects as small as a penny. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS ,.^ NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fltcltious name of Drake Wholesale Meals at 2"01 N \V 62nd Street in the City of Miami, Horida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida IRVING KANER Owner LOUIS SCHWARZKOPF Attorney for Applicant 927 Lincoln Road 9/23-30 in/7-14-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS .^,m, NAME LAW .h^?. T i CE IS "EREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in Tht' neS S U ," der i he "ctitious name of Jewish Floridian Commercial _. R DER OF PUBLICATION I-\THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 1ITH JUDICIAL FI^RIDA, IN AND F DAM 1274Y9 ~ IN CHAN( ERT £ REBECCA AARONSON. iff v NATHAN AARONSON To: NATHAN AARONSON The Levindale Belvedere & Greensprlns .,• .r.altlmore 15, Maryland You are hereby ordered appearance or answer Complaint for Divorce ; : you by REBECCA AARONSo.N on or before the 2Mh dav 1949, otherwise the allegal Bill will be taken as confessed against you. DONE AND ORDEIIEI. of September, 1949. E. B. LEATHERMAN'. Clerk, Cli (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING, ,. Vputj Clerk. TURK & NEWMAN Solicitors for Plaintiff 9/30 10/7-14-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE I£ HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to 1 is business under the flctltl 1 .1 me of SAMMY LEESS AUTO PARTS t number 3197 DOUGLAS ROAD, In the City of MIAMI, Florida. Intends to register the said name with I • Clerk of the Circuit Court of D Florida. FRANK COHEN 9/16-23-30 10/7 9..6.23-30 I&3? STFAG !" NOTICE TO APPfjp |o^.1 .' c ffi c gOUNTY. HELMY KLEMCHUK rialntiff v. JOHN D KLEMCHUK. Defendant TOT. JOHN D. KLEMCHUK"l?"l7 SSL* Kedl1 ?.. Avenue. Chicago. ]"l|I anc 8 e ff SKS? U VourTppe'arJD fu-.. the aD0V .e cause for divorce 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. „ NOTICE TO APPEAR ^JH^ CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FREDERICK C. MORLOCK, PlainIHth 1 S^T"'7?^ MORLOCK. 107-26 slant wS K chn ""'d Hill,' Long island. New lork, are notified to file your appearance In the above cause 'A D Tl e Z, lhe ,' 7,h day of October fewo IM £' her r lse dec,ve P r confto.J".vS entv '^ against you. AD m 9 ,hl8 13 ay of Member. business under the fictitious name or HOFFMAN'S SODA SHOP at 14 South West 8th Street, Miami, Florida, Intend to register said n J %  '•' the Clerk of the Circuit Court of DM* County, Florida, IRVIN SIRKIN SAMUEL RAPAPOR1 ELRY STONE Attorney for Irvln Sirkin and Samuel Rapaport 1010 Congress Building Miami. Florida 9/16-23-30 10,7-14 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW h NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN law the bi Flagler Street, Miami, Flol as, • tends to register said name •"' Clerk of the Circuit Court of '• County, Florida. „„ STANLEY WEBER Sole Owner BREGER AND STAIMAN Attorneys for Applicant 23j Lincoln Road t/li-13-JO 10/7 NOTICE IS HEREBY Cl\ !> %  [he undersigned, desiring to (i"-'-"-* Business under the fictitious nanw %  Stan's Bar and c.rill at l "[„



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mmAY. OCTOBEH 7, 1949 B'nai B'rith To Launch First Nationwide Membership Drive Thursday, October 13 For the first time in the history f B'nai B'rith, largest and oldest wish service organization, a nation-wide membership campaign will be launched next week, Sorting to George J. Talianoff membership chairman of the B'nai B'rith Council. B Ou>organization celebrates its 106th anniversary on October 13, ffiiott pointed out. "And we S ch ^ sing that day for the kickoff in virtually every city m the Country, of the most intensive &o-door mobilization for membership that we have ever ^Jewistthridlian PAGE ELEVEN k TaTanoff added that the organisation, which was founded by 12 men in New York on October 13 ?43 has grown to be the largest Jewish mass membership body in the world, with 330,000 members in 1,600 men's lodges and women's chapters in the United States and Canada. There are m addition 10.000 members in 100 lodges ,n 25 foreign countries. "We hope to see every man in Greater Miami a member of B nai B'rith he declared. "We believe we have a program of activities, nroved sound by more than a counselorships at nearly 200 colleges and universities; its achievements in building youth groups and helping young people find the right careers through its Vocational Service Bureau; for aiding veterans and sponsoring local and national Americanism projects through its Americanism Commission; and for its support of numerous philanthropic and health agencies. Officers of the Greater Miami B'nai B'rith Council, in addition to Talianoff are: E. Albert Pallot, president; Marx Faber, Dr. Leonand Glickstein, vice presidents; Mark Silverstein, financial secretary; George Bertman, treasurer; Miss Claire Weiss, secretary,. Mayor Harold Turk of Miami Beach and William L. Pallot are past presidents. Charles R. Jacobson is executive director. The council represents almost 3,000 men, women and children in the South Florida area. Pioneer Women's Club Opens Season Monday Pioneer Women's Club No. Two of Miami Beach will hold its initial meeting of the season Monday at 8 p.m. at Congregation Knesth Israel, 1415 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. A report on the national convention recently held in Philadelphia will be made by delegates, Mrs. Celia Rubin, Mrs. Lena Mintzes and Mrs. Elsie Wegman. Mrs. A. Shedroff will preside. Refreshments will be served by Mrs. Sarah Malamut and her husband in honor of the recent weddings of two of their grandchildren. we have a program of activities ,ved sound by more than a century of day-to-day work, which provides opportunites for men and women to make greater contributions to their community as good citizens, to render service as Americans and Jews, and to ioin together in promoting democracy, in aiding the sick and need'v, and in harmonizing the highest ideals of Americanism and Judaism." ,. B'nai B'rith lodges in South Florida will inaugurate their campaign with a series of kickoff breakfasts, educational film nights, membership smokers and luncheons, at which time the Dade County area will be divided geographically for an all-out door-to-door campaign. Membership in B'nai B nth is open to every Jewish person of good moral character, aged 21 or over. Those younger are eligible to belong to B'nai B'rith's four youth organizations: the AZA, for boys from 14 to 18; the B'nai B'rith Girl's Organization, for girls from 14 to 18; and the B'nai B'rith Young Men's and Young Women's Organizations, whose age range is from 18 to 26. B'nai B'rith—the name means "Sons of the Covenant," and refers to the covenant made by God with Abraham—has received plaudits from every president from Lincoln to Truman for its outstanding contribtuions to American community and national life. Currently it is perhaps best know for its work in fighting bigotry and promoting intergroup relations through its AntiDefamation League. In addition, it has gained international recognition for its Hillel Foundations, which support religious and recreational centers and special Film To Highlight Hadassah Meet The film, "Naomi Says Yes," will highlight the Miami Group of Hadassah open house membership meeting to be held on Monday afternoon at 1 o'clock in the Biscayne Room of the McAllister Hotel. A skit will follow with the Mesdames Harold B. Cohen, David Hess and George Buch in the leading roles. The program will be opened With a prayer offered by Mrs. Samuel Chernoff, and Mrs. Simon April will give an interpretation of the Succos Festival. "The Hadassah Women in American Affairs" will be the subject of a talk by Mrs. Louis Heines. Refreshments will be served, and Mrs. David Hess, membership chairman, will welcome all new members. Golden Agers Plan Full Program The Golden Age Friendship Club of the Miami Jewish Community Center is planning a full program for this coming year. Since the afternoon forums met with such success last year, the forum will have its initial meeting with Louis Schwartzman, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, as guest speaker on Tuesday at 4:30 p.m. The forum group plans to discuss current events, having readings from Yiddish and English literature and guest speakers. On Thursday evenings Bob Rubinstein will direct an aluminum craft class from 7:30 to 8:30, while there will be a meeting of the get-to-gether club from 8 to 10. Members who assemble for the get-to-gether club spend their time dancing, singing and partaking of any special features offered. Beginning October 23 and for each consecutive Sunday thereafter the Golden Agers will meet on Sunday afternoons from 3 to 5 p.m. These meetings will be highlighted by outstanding speakers from the community, musicales, amateur programs and other special events. On November 20 which is the club's second anniversary the Golden Agers are presenting a aniversary ball and family album affair. The family album will be depiction of family life and fashions from the turn of the century until now, presented in tableau form featuring the Golden Agers. Miami .HHS Unit To Hold Social The Greater Miami Auxiliary of the Jewish Consumptive Relief Society will hold a membership social at the Sorrento Hotel, Miami Beach, on Monday night. Mrs. Herman Schonfeld, membership chairman, and Mrs. Morris Goluskin, ways and means chairman, have arranged the program, which will include Jean and Jack Carlton, dance team; Irving Lalbson, popular pianist; and Ruth Foreman and Lillian Fox of the Dramatic Academy. Refreshments will be served. Mizraehi Women Plan Succos Fete The Miami Beach Chapter of Mizraehi Women will hold a Succos party Tuesday at 2 p.m. at Congregation Beth Jacob, according to Mrs. Joseph Brenner, honorary president and chairman of the affair. Mrs. Emanuel Karger will speak on Palestine and a special Succos program has been arranged. Refreshments will be served under the direction of Mrs. Ida Friedman and her committee. New Non-Surgical Treatment of HERNIA (Rupture) HEMORRHOIDS CHRONIC DISEASES Dr. LONG'S CLINIC jRSii MIRRORS FINEST QUALITY — MADE TO ORDER IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Aulo Glass Installed --Furniture Tops Store Front Construction ADAMS GLASS SERVICE •If Iff daw We Hare It" 1805 PURDY AVE.. M. B. PH. 58-3756 OR 5-4316 Aak for ABE or HIVING RABINOWITZ Vow Film Added To AIM. Library "Picture In Your Mind," new film production on building good human relations, has been added to the "Films for Democracy" library of the Florida regional office, Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, according to an announcement by Gilbert J. Balkin, director. Balkin has announced this is the only print of this production now available in the state of Florida. Produced by the International Film Foundation, "Picture in Your Mind" is a sequal to "Boundary Lines," one of the most popular productions on the subject of combatting intolerance. Produced with a unique method of animation and with a specially composed musical score, "Picture Ir: Your Mind" is narrated by Walter Abel, noted stage and screen actor. Theme of the film is the essential unity and oneness of mankind regardless of race, religion, nationality or other group diferences. The film is available for showings before groups and organizations at a nominal rental, according to Balkin's. Bookings may be arranged through the Florida regional ADL office, 330 Seybold Building, Miami, 3-6306. Gables Center To Hold Kiddush Service Tonight The Coral Gables Jewish Center will hold a short kiddush service tonight at 8:15 in a succah at the temple grounds, 320 Pelermo Ave., Coral Gables. On Sunday morning children of the Sunday school will have as their guests at a Succos celebration 30 children from the National Children's Cardiac Home. Approved by GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUS Rabbi Joseph E. Rackoviky, Director Demand SINAI Pioneer Women's Counci Holds Opening Meeting The Council of Pioneer Women's Organization of Greater Miami held its opening meeting of the season at the home of the president, Mrs. Rosemary Gerson Kaplan, 2992 Alton Road, Miami Beach, Tuesday. Reports of summer activities were given by representatives of Miami's four clubs. Next meeting of the council is slated for Tuesday, October 18, at the home of Mrs. Sara Shapoff, 318 S.W. 28th Road. It will be in the form of a birthday party in honor of the organizaton's 24th anniversary. Mrs. Kaplan announces that a cultural program will be presented. AJC Board Meeting Miami Chapter of the American Jewish Congress will hold a board meeting on Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. L. Auerbach, 5888 S.W. 31st St., Mrs. A. A. Hayden, president, has announced. Members are invited for dessert and coffee. Need Help in a Hurry?—Call A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE Whit* and Colored Hlp Phono* 9-5S17 *•-•727 61 N. E. 5th Street AL MEIDENBERQ, Owner 2 FAMOUS NAMES FEATURED BY WOLPERTS Living Room Furniture and GENERAL @ ELECTRIC Appliances FURNITURE Co. 1200 Coral Way Regal Unveiling The unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Joseph Regal, husband of Mrs. Deborah Regal, will take place on Sunday at 11 a.m. at Graceland Memorial Park with Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman officiating. Relatives and friends are asked to be present. 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I PAGE TWELVE +Jmist ntrxfiari ""PAY, OCTOBER? w^^. succos By DAVID SCHWARTZ Today Su cco s MOM wn realistic to M when we recall UM fad that many tbouaaadi of Jews in Israel are ... -.£ ....e the;.ancestors did—ia booths According t: the atidrasa Jacob was t.-.e f.rs: : ; b a civ e the festival at Succos Jacob had %  second r.arr. e Israel As : recall There :s a v.-ra;-.. Story f Jacob having rr.oe falser, asleep ar.d diirmg that sle-er all :he land rf Palestine f.ldei up under him .re Duplications of the story are plain Somehow the Jewish people and their land are a_ss>;.a:ed — : with Jacob than w:th ar.;:: the Jther patriarchs and I think, as we read the Bibbcal story, we car. sympathize With thiS '.iri.^.i Janefe .5 the no patriarch who has rest names Fun he .s Jacob, I then he becomes Israel Some of the American Ind iaru followed a practice ::' tdviDg their children two rarr.es .r.ey -:_li give the new-born babe one name ar.d later, when, the child grew up ar.d -.5 rrararter became crj StalbtsecL they would frn him another r,ane :r. the basis at r.i development It see — ; tc me there is a Mod deal ;'. 1: p.; ..-. t>_s practice Take the ease of Jacc Bible He seems 1349 Head-hunters believe^hat".. head of the. rictta, £,£ their souls according to the En cyclopaedia Britannica. CAN ACCOMMODATE 3 or 4 Persons— Reawnabl* In quiet, refined private home Near synagogue. YMHA etc 1576 S.W 2nd St. 82-7324' INTELLIGENT YOUNG MAN WANTED I Under 25. single, perm, resident Job with a future in sportswtu mfg. Shipping and order dept. Apply in person 2045 N.W. lsj Aye. fed Phs rs rather -..be rerv perre ..-.ere is 1 per*:ar.d then then is an .—.if.ran-, e p er so n a thinker, a a sptrt Dykes To Meet creamer. irrtencs with the higher forces I nsspert that ha mother, Reher friends that her boy Jacob was son~th^ of a problem Esau AbrOmS Monday was quite ar.ether story B< could f t-ke his bow and arrow ar.d On Monday night Bobby E rr.r.£ home the game just like sensational Texas welter I that He was a success. Hi* old ,. ;; fac< ; Kii test ,, h c %  -.. mar. was tackled with rirr. ar.; t _...,. c .. jj jver b steps through the r :^ meei But young Jacob was deferent Miam:"s former "Golden Boy .re 3.:.; :e..s as of hu iisposiFrankk Abri ms in tht ten-i un two t: stay within ha tent He feature event at the Dinner :-; %  • %  probably c:: .: a 1:: at bo ks arena from tne r.r:_:a:mi: library H:s 7v: Texas K ha; ..... .• Masai Bea:h Jewish CeksntMSSjIy Center membership committee plans fall membership drive at v.-, .< ;>. M:rr> Goodrr.ir. ".IS W.'Di L:dc Dr. Shown sealed, left to right; are Dr. Herman Mech:Ta president of center men s club: Harry Sirkdn. presidenl of the center; Rabbi Irving Lehr=&=• Ben Zicr. filinlwim chairman of membership committee; Dr. Morris Goodman 'standing, left :c ricjtU Sara Halperin. Irving Cypen. Matthew Silverstein, Irving ShaUman. Irving Firtel. Samuel Uptcn. Gi^>er: J. Balkan, Al Osheroff. Jack D. Burris. Position XS .mini Seminar graduated experienced Hebrew Teacher wants position in Florida Community. Willing to be achve in community life. Write A. Bialostoxky 321 Jefferson Ave.. Miami Beach or leave telephone message with David Lamberger at 58-9846. 710 Jefferson AT*., Miami Beach • -.1 man would say t: n:m earned NBA rating %  •"rat s g:.n£ :: re tne :a:hl:;' winning his last 32 fights will Always with the books Books-{be meeting his toughest rompetishmooks tion tc late in Abrams For the :a::r n.rn^e.: was probably past year ani a half Franri ~:rr-.ed. Trie Bir.e tells ^s that been fighting in and : New Esau was tc have gotten the final Y • such stellar r-err:-^.n: "^"e may be sure :na: .: formers as Tonv Falc V.nnie :n^ ^ s: ba fa'Jier had shown Rossarx an;. R man Ave er He -has won ha la;: ;.x fighu ani prelerertce ::r i^a^ t::m w_se ar.; c_.;.•:.;• perceive -n; a lei: tha a ar.x.;u; t: make it seven in 1 children ar; :.. in ha :-z. ::rd city A Hebrew Acadeinv Will Conduct Mpmbor^hip Week October 8-16 The week f the 5_.. .holidav, October 8 to 16. has beer. designated "Academy Membership Week.'" Dr. David S. And.-on. president, has announced. "During this week, efforts • %  .ill be rr.ade by the membership committee V re-enroll members of the academy and to obtain srships fr m those whe have ••..fore been unaffiliated with tin • rat; n Anir:n s^:i In his call tc membership. Dr. .\ndron urged the en:.re com~.:.r..:^ themselves ith this progressivi nd Itu I cause un :..n the hist ry :' Miami Beach. To secure the future of our pe pic and the destiny :' American Israel genuine education and ;dmg pr gress in the field : the mind and spirit are indispensable • Hbrew Academy, as one of the primary bulwarks of culn our Southeastern scene, must be supported by all our I tens Deemed about the future of our people. Membership fee is small—:t .; :ne constructive ass :iati n with :he acaden ; th I chiefly ani pre-eminently significant We ur;e every K I join this far rea og eni In: nnect: n with this program, the Hebrew A .:; first n eeting : the seas n >n Tuesday at 8 p.m in tne school Make Your Own Punch FOR WEDDINGS, SOCIALS, PARTIES. ETC.. WITH SOI Til SEA A Concentrates V s Fr_ •. Syrup Each gallon makes 5 Ballcni of P„ncn! j u sl ado water and atrvi Gal TIM -I III II CO. 135 N. W. 3€lh St.—Ph. 78-3444 sj.85 tne favorite r;;::.:'.:*. ;:; ::mc.exe; :_.; r-— sve t.li _s what tta. Bismrr ability tc i S: Jacoc -as t:._:.ea .-..make th.r.a; really ~ : I .red ana she_resorted u iecepDykes m his 1 tight 1 Featuri r v.ill be Rabbi Irving Lehrman Sol L. Sugar...-. principal will affei greetings Cantor Maurice Mamches will present a m.usi.al program ani the children of the academy will participate in nun bers at holiday i ng ^ f Israel. Dr. Andron will preside Trad.:, nal Succos refreshm-.nts will be 5 as well as friends ..:c c rdiallj invited and there r. ...:_". "" *•* .; ra:ei as ne at tne best the : and has d< rr astrat* his funds -.-%  j.. 25 Candidates In Race .; tatr.e: :.%  "•rra -:e; M nday ; n.rile M Wright James A Dunn, William M v." lfath. C B Jack Wirt, : R Willi 1 -.enoe B Rohan, Jr., Lt.nard K T'nompmy-five candidates includson Jack R R.. : John W K.r.mg woman a-""" ,v Ernest C .Allen. Louie Lean rr. n— .r.st^aa ..^. ... r._e :: i -: r> % %  as_rrig^ta..:agreed -poo re> Ie; %  biggesl The ;.x will run it — — — — :v •--.-.c: for .."-: ss: r .-.* r-cirs -.: s:re-e :..--.: Be -..,,. .. r. -__..._. -. r ji-. k ^.r r..:v." rr -\-: ^A..: Singer Procjroans ^= H. Leslie Quigg. both at ...^tes oarga— -... -r 3 ^ 3 _T _. wn m are seeking e-elect: :,:.; ^r.:r proves vern ;-::.a:. ; .-.-a:; Wrong : .:.:.; R c Garins: n : hac L~ -= laa=yar.-geous .. Ectiratirnj Syste: the So; e .;;--;--.ri/; %  -% % %  %  %  :-^ P*ne Regtna L McLinden .e..er :. _.e a : r t w •-..:.: at ? 3£ •-, ^-^ n, thS^L^rlra ^ -T\ '^ = ~ ? K^un F^^ Hunt. Sar? "r AUTO LOCK & HARDWARE 1304 N. E. Second Ave. Wt Here So: Moved—And An So: Associated W th Ang O.hc Concent Drive In For Sales k Serric* Auto Locks & Keys Speedometers and Windshield Wipers 8c Washers Safety Sheet & P'.ate Auto Glass Plastic fc Fulton Sun Visors Replacement Rubber For Your Leaking Doors, Trunks We Guarantee Our Work. 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Rabbi Ever Launches r-e iver me same ;:a: : -i T —•..Membership Drive ...rag, tne s_re • bream; :n bjci -and d esce nd and he contends wrtb Sunday night's dacuss r the ar-ge.; ar.; the Anfd i.e.;;;; "What l-l_r.rl f Industry 1J De;..-. ana :a.J bar : a %  narre era b> 7 r T : people ass i last Monday at i-ea-.-a he :-:;:>: OEM r^ng at 30 DT Kneaetr Israe Cong .s a more tne name -i; :r-entitled I. rcee Ir.ve far one the us f^r. te ssti tntei seJ raj nAn:i tH r *-*'; j -i~ membership drive After trat be is a*sc ne Symphoriic Hour Ladiei Auxiliary has :r. a -.;-.:._r the f-gnt \ j self arerayi rreata a -ii man have .-• -• — Tt* fart trat ne :;-;.; tr.e Arae. petpl* :•; fearured r biessssd ~ arid gave haz a neFreearjcr Hcuse -; r: l-l:_ram-f .; :.ea-..e • .cent that in r--rram. tima.-at ... %  5 ---r se.: he feels be has June M TCI n and Este'le l_er-:"GREETINGS TO OUR MANY IEWISH FRIENDS KARL V. >, 11 >0 \ rO>IPA>Y Merchandise Brokers Micrmi Jacksonville Tampa TO ALL ... 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PAGE FOURTEEN +Jcnisl fhrkfian FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7 ^ • i Paintings By Top Non-Objective Artists To Highlight International Art Exhibit Paintings by the three greatest non-objective artists ot our time will be shown in the International Art Exhibit, opening Sunday. October 16. at the Columbus Hotel, it has been announced by Charles R. Jacobson, chairman of the show. Wassily Kandinsky. Rudolf Bauer and Hilla Rebay will be represented by original oil paintings loaned by the Museum of Non-Objective Painting, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, of New York City. This is the first time in Miami's art history that these contemporary masterpieces have been shown in this area. Russian-born Kandinsky painted spectacular abstractions as early as 1911. and has exhibited in all the important cities of the world. He taught at the Bauhaus in Weimar. Germany, and is the author of the two classical treatises on creative painting. "On the Spiritual In Art." and "Point and Line to Plane." He lived in Paris from 1933 until his death on December 13. 1944. His greatest works are on permanent exhibit at the Museum of Non-Obiective Painting, where a memorial show was held in his honor in 1945. Rudolf Bauer's non-representative paintings form a major part of the works on display at the Guggenheim Foundation. He holds the position of top nonobjective artist, and received encouragement and guidance from Baroness Hilla Rebay. director of the gallery. Baroness Rebay has been called "the greatest woman painter." by Felix Feneon. the foremost of French art experts. Born in Strassburg. Alsace, she has painted since she was six years old. She received first prizes at the Academies of Duesseldorf and Paris before she was 16 years of age. and exhibited in Rome and Paris from 1923 to 1927. She was invited to come to America, and her first show took place in the Worcester Museum in 1927. followed by several oneman shows in New York City. She then exhibited in Paris several times at the Salon de Tuileries and at the Salon d'Autumne. and showed with Gleizes and Delaunay in 1937 and 1938. Baroness Rebay was chiefly responsible for the first Salon for Non-Objective Painting in Paris, in the Palais des Beux Arts, opened by the president of France in 1947. The late Ivanhoe Rambasson. honorary curator of all museums of France, called Hilla Rebay the creator of the school of collage of Paris. She exhibited 254 watercolors in November, 1948 and is internationally famous as a painter, an art-writer, lecturer and museum-director. A famous story is told of Madame Rebay's art vision and foresightas a young girl she used her pocket money of five or ten dollars to purchase paintings by the then totally unknown and ridiculed Van Gohn and Gauguin! The International Art Exhibit will be open free to the public from October 16 to 23 at the Columbus Hotel, as part of the Dadc County observance of United Nations' week. Yiddish Classical Hour WINZ (940 on Your Dial) EVERY SUNDAY 12:00 Noon to 1:30 P. M. EVERY TUESDAY 6:00 to 7:00 P. M. A Variety oi Stars in the Latest Recordings Available CLASSICAL—LITURGICAL AND FOLK MUSIC Listen to our New Feature "JEWISH HUMOR" M. Nasatir, Program Director Hadassah Group To Meet Monday Miami Beach Group of Hadassah will hold its first membership meeting of the season at Temple Beth Sholom on Monday at 1:30 p.m.. Mrs. Alexander Kogan. president, has announced. Mrs. Fred Jonas, membership chairman, has stated that the object of the membership drive is to secure a new Hadassah member for every newcomer destined to enter Israel this year. National Hadassah already has over a quarter million enrollees. The meeting will open with Mrs. Leon Kronish offering the invocation. Mrs. William Farr. program chairman, will present as guest speaker. Mrs. Herbert Russcol. a resident of Tel Aviv. Israel. A former member of the Haganah. she has worked as a nurse on immigrant ships and refugee camps. Mrs. Russcol is visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Shawmut. 3176 Prairie Ave., Miami Beach. Also on the program will be Mrs. Farr and Mrs. Louis Goldman in a humorous membership skit. Thirteen year old Nancy Rothman will speak on "Jewish Youth Is on the March." a report on the connecting link being made for the progress of Jewish children in the United States and in Israel. Mrs. Bernard Silverman will speak on the meaning of the Succos Festival. Refreshments will be served, with Mrs. Jack Udell, hospitality chairman, carrying out the Succos motif in the table decorations. Hostesses assisting Mrs. Udell will be the members of the executive board. Hotel Authority To Speak Here' Seymour Weiss, authority on hotel operation, wil be one of the featured speakers at the Pan American Hotel Exposition to be held in Miami Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday. He will fly directly from San Francisco, bypassing New Orleans where he is manager of the famous Roosevelt Hotel, to preside over a" clinic on hotel sales. The hotel exposition will feature new developments in all phases of hotel, restaurant and apartment house operation. Admittance will be limited to officers, managers. purchasing agents, department heads and their assistants, public carriers and catering interests. The exposition will be held in the Municipal Auditorium. The value of the Arkansas cotton crop last year was more than 300 million dollars. 'Between You and Me By BORIS SMOLAR (Copyright, 1948, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) 9? Life imuranci Estate* Authoritatively Programmed NAT GANS Metropolitan Life Ina. Co. •07 Biacayne Bldg. Ph. 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Vice-President ROBERT YAFFEY, Sales Director WASHINGTON MOODS: Government circles in Washington still strongly favor the internationalization of Jerusalem despite the opposition of Israel to severing the city from the Jewish state The American Zionist Council was making arrangements for a rabbinical delegation to appear before President Truman and seek his support for Jewish claims on Jerusalem However, the arrangements were dropped after it was indicated from Washington that Truman is not inclined to receive any such delegation Persons close to the White House advise Zionist leaders to abstain from raising the Jerusalem issue with Truman until after the November election of a New York State member to the U. S. Senate Herbert H. Lehman and John Foster Dulles I are seeking the Senate seat, and President Truman is in favor of Lehman ... In the meantime, members of the U. S. Embassy in Tel Aviv are "advising" the Is1 rael government "not to be stubborn" on the Jerusalem issue This is being done in the absence of Ambassador James G. McDonald who only this week returned to Israel after spending several weeks in Washington, during which time he discussed various aspects of the Palestine issue with Secretary of State Acheson Prior to his sailing from New York for Tel Aviv, McDonald was tendered a private dinner by a group of Zionist leaders headed by Dr. Emanuel Neumann • • • COMMUNAL AFFAIRS: The ties between American Jewish communities and Israel have now become closer than ever before The Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds sent its staff member Harold Glasser for a full year's stay in the Jewish State to act as liaison between the American Jewish communities and Israel Glasser. who is the director of the Institute on Overseas Studies maintained by the council, will shuttle between New York and Tel Aviv in order to keep the Jewish communities in the United States posted on developments in Israel Street collections conducted in New York and other Top Price Paid for MEN'S USED CLOTHING AL'S 432 N. MIAMI AVE. Phone 2-3213 WHEN NERVOUSTENSION Thot occasional nighu when narToua tension beepa you awake—ere you more wakeful the harder you try to aleep? Those days when Una* nerves make you irritable and jumpy —are you crankier and more restless when you try to fight the feeling? Mi lei \enine can help you on dan and nights like these. It has been making good for more than SO years CAUTION-use only as directed. Get Mile. Nervine at your drug store. Effervescent tablets, 35c. 75c — Liquid, 25c, tl. Miles Labon tories, Inc., Elkhart, Indiana. Miles NERVINE cities on behalf of the "Veterans of Hebrew Resistance" and other little-known groups are now being checked The Jewish Agency has denounced the use of street collections as a means of raising funds for Israel The United Synagogues of America asks me to state that family membership in Conservative congregations is closer to 150,000 than the estimated 75,000 reported in the study published by the Zionist Youth Commission The organization arrives at its figureby declaring that there are 380 dues-paying Conservative congregations affiliated with the United Synagogues, in addition to 120 unaffiliated congregations that call themselves Conservative The average membership, the organization asserts, consists of 300 families in each of these congregations The American Association for Jewish Education estimates that the total enrollment in all Jewish schools in the United States in 1949 was 255.865 ... Of this number. Sunday schools had about 129.000. week-day afternoon schools about 122.000 while the remainder attended Yiddish and all-day school. Dessert-Cord Party A dessert-card party wil given by Mrs. Abraham R"* berg, the former Bessie 3£ blum, for members of the Dnv Chapter of Mizrachi VJZ Wednesday at 12$0 pWl2 home, 1820 S.W. 6th St r For those members \uh~ unable to attend the sftSLS be held that even ng at 8 li! at Mr s. Rosenberg'/ home 001 ^ Under the Moors. Corrfnk. Spam, was the largest eft Europe according to the Li" clopaedia Bntannica. y Kosher Killed Chickens TENNESSEE POULTRY & EGG CO. WEDS. AJ1. THURS. A.M. Phones 9-2585 — 9-7981 1340 S.W. 8th St. I WANT MY MILK And Be Sure It's FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm st End of Bird Rd. A Snapptr Cretk CALL 4-7485 FOR SOLAR HEATER HELP! REPAIRS. TANK REPLACEMENTS AND ELECTRIC BOOSTERS DON S. 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rprnAY. OCTOBER 7, 1949 Jewish ncridfan PAGE FIFTEEN IKioriila B'nai B'rith Women Plan \IM Seminar-Workshop In Orlando A statewide all-day ADL Seminar-workshop will be held Sunday. October 30, at theSan Juan Orlando, according to a inl announcement by Miss Ethel Pont, president of the Florida State Federation of B'nai B'rith Women's Chapters, and r.ilhert X Balkin, director, Florida regional office Anti-Defaman League of B|nalJB'rith. eration'"of B'nai B'rith Women's munity relationships will be displayed. "Emphasis in this conference will be placed on the full participation of all persons attending," Miss Pont stated. "Panels are being arranged in which our women s leaders themselves will describe projects and programs for developing friendly and harmonious group relations in our communities," she pointed out Reservations for the statewide session may be made through Sponson-d by the Florida Federation of B'nai B'rith Women s rhanter-i in cooperation with the ^ ....v, UB i nS regional ADL office, the MrsSam Silver, Greater Miami mnfMenee will be devoted to a chairman, 330 Seybold Building, "m and demon ration of teleph one 3-6306. Center Youth Committee Will Plan Workshops discussion — oroiccts. programs and materials for building good human relations in the communities of the b Mrs William Wolfson of Tampa, Florida State Women's ADL chairman, is serving as co-chairman of the all-day session with \i rs Nat Berman, ADL chairman, Orlando B'nai B'rith Women's Chapter, who is in charge of local arrangements. Mrs. Sam Silver has been selected to serve as chairman of the Greater Miami delegation. "This workshop is unique in that it represents the first occasion nn which Florida women from throughout the state have been convened together for the purpose of developing action programs for the combatting of bigotrr and advancement of good intergioup understanding," Miss Pont stated. "We have extended invitations to the men's B'nai B'rith lodges and all interested persons throughout the state to attend the seminar sessions," she added. Included among the materials to be demonstrated will be the utilization of films, film strips, transcriptions and other audiovisual aids as educational techniques for developing good human relation-. A new film on this theme will be demonstrated, Miss Pont advised. In addition, a specially prepared graphic exhibit of the books, literature, poster, advertising and other program materials for advancing democratic comBasketball League At .i meeting of Greater Miami Jewish Center athletic directors last week at the Miami Jewish Community Center (formerly Miami YMHA). plans were formulated for the All-Miami Jewish Center Basketball League for boys 14-17 years of age to begin next month. Seven teams will participate in a double round-robin series of sames to bo held at the Miami Beach YM1IA. North Dade Jewish Center and Miami Jewish Community Center simultaneously each Saturday evening together with sports films and refreshment-dances. The teams will be culled from the Hialeah Jewish Center, North Dade Jewish Center, Coral Gables Jewish Center, Miami Beach YMHA. and the Miami Jewish Community Center. RUTH GROSS AGENCY Inc. GENERAL INSURANCE BONDS LIFE Phone 58-5341 350 LINCOLN ROAD In order to enlighten parents on the most modern research in child and adolescent behavior Mrs. Ada Sheiner, chairman of the Miami Jewish Community Center youth committee, appointed a committee last week to plan a series of seminars and workshops. Eminent child psychologists, psychiatrists and educators in the local area will conduct the seminars followed by open discussion. Visual aids will be used by the speakers. Mrs. Leo Alpert, former supervisor of the case work division of the Jewish Social Service Bureau, has been named chairman of the committee, which will meet Monday to develop the program. Those assisting her will be Dr. Erna Klass, pediatrician; Mrs. Monroe Gelb and Mrs. Reuben Rochkind, both fromer registered nurses. According to Mrs. Sheiner, the seminars will be divided into four catagories: the pre-school child; the elementary child; the pre-adolescent; and the adolescent. e Act Of Faith' To Bo Aired Tomorrow Eve The tale of an American soldier overseas who reaffirms his faith in the American heritage of justice and equality will be told in the radio drama, "Act of Faith," latest episode in the new series "Stories To Remember," to be broadcast this Saturday, October 8 at 5 p.m. over station WVCG, Coral Gables. Participants in the fifteen-minute panel discussion to follow immediately will be Professor Donald Sprague, department of human relations. University of Miami, who will serve as moderator; Miss Lois Parks, executive secretary, Mental Health Society of Southeastern Florida; Dr. Donald Michelson, director, Hillel Foundation, University of Miami; and Ted Wayne, Coral Gables attorney. Alan Baxter stars in "Act of Faith," which appeared originally in story form in the New Yorker magazine and was written by Irwin Shaw. The "Lest We Forget—Stories To Remember" series is presented by the Institute for Democratic Relation, in cooperation with the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. Temple Youth To Meet A meeting of the youth group of Temple Israel is scheduled for Sunday evening at 8 o'clock in Kaplan Hall. The cultural program will be under the direction of Dr. Donald Michelson and a social hour will follow, with Mrs. E. Max Goldstein, sisterhood representative, as chairman of refreshments committee. i. F. GIVEN PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT • 420 Congress Bldg. Phone 3-3658 MIAMI. FLORIDA Colorful goldfish have been produced by careful breeding, but under natural conditions they will revert to their original greenishbrown color. LISTEN TO THE Jewish Musical Hour WTTT—1490 on Your Dial JACOB SCHACHTER Director NORMAN R. 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The event will mark the official launching of the group's membership drive which coincides with the 106th anniversary of the founding of B'nai B'rith. Also to be featured on the program will be games, movies and refreshments. SIMON SEIDEN .//OP FOR (JUNE IpAlW BUTTER E< ""HEALTH EGGS ^heafy, yf&


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October 7, 1949

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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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l Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
C^W. 22-NUMBER 40
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1949
PRICE: TEN CENTS
alholic Circles Reported Preparing S^T^SSSSSSirS
'Minimum Plan" For Jerusalem
toriality in effect in this city
under Turkish administration un-
til 1911.
Meanwhile, it was learned that
the Russians have shown in-
creased interest in Jerusalem af-
fairs. It is recalled here that a
number of the Holy Places be-
long to the Russian Orthodox
Church.
I JERUSALEM, (JTA)Catholic Church circles are preparing
rminimum plan" for a solution of the Jerusalem problem
lich would be acceptable to the Vatican, it was learned here
L week. Although details of the plan are not available, the
(owing broad outlines are laid down in the proposal:
A permanent United Nations
nmittee should be appointed
ienl with the Holy Places. Both
cl and Transjordan would be
licet t<> direct orders from the
nmittee on all matters con-
ning the Holy Places.
Both governments would
concordats with the Vatican
other denominations to pro-
the religious groups' extra-
Htorial rights in Jerusalem.
[ The Holy Places will not be
liect to the jurisdiction of the
[its of either government.
An inter-consular committee
iild be appointed to supervise
Holv Places. The Catholics
aid have a majority on such
ody.
Two Christian representa-
ps would be appointed to both
I Jewish and Arab municipali-
established in Jerusalem, re-
iless of the number of Chris-
living in the area of the
bective municipalities.
I Free access to the Holy
fces would be guaranteed.
; is not yet known whether
plan will be submitted to the
/., but what is evident is the
[ of reasoning which seeks to
Iblish a system of extratern-
Nazi Brutality
Films Declared
Verboten Here
WASHINGTON, (JTA)Mili-
tary authorities have definitely
decided against releasing the
anti-Nazi film "NurenbergIts
Lesson for Today" for exhibition
In American theatres, an Army
spokesman declared here. The
movie, produced by the U. S.
Army to tell the public the in-
criminating story of the crimes a fnis Assembly gathering for
Move To Delay
Palestine Issue
Defeated In UN
LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)Ap-
peals by the states of the Middle
East, including Israel, not to de-
lay beyond the already-agreed
point discussion of the Palestine
issue were upheld by the United
Nations Political Committee in a
vote that placed the new agenda
item of Chinese allegations
against the Soviet Union well
down on the committee's agenda.
The vote represented a defeat
for the United States, as well as
for China, both of whose repre-
sentatives pressed the "urgency"
of China's case and argued for
bringing it up directly after the
Italian colonies questions, which
the committee began to discuss
later in the day. The vote was
also seen as a victoryits first
Between 4,000 and 5,000 members of the Jewish War Vet-
erans of the United States are expected here for the 54th annual
encampment at the Delano Hotel, Miami Beach, on October 19.
The five-day conclave will draw national military leaders
to a schedule of meetings, parades and forums on veterans
affairs.
abs Charged With
hnistice Violation
ERUSALEM, (JTA) Prof.
|g Biodetsky, president of the
pew University who will of-
plly assume his new duties
arrow, declared at a press
Jerence that the Arabs have
feted the Israel-Transjordan
listice agreement concluded on
[island of Rhodes by their re-
\\ to allow Jews to use the
loading to Mount Scopus,
ire both the university and
lassah Hospital are located,
tie Hebrew University asked
[Werner Senator, Prof. Brod-
ly stated, to proceed to the
led States to inform Ameri-
I public opinion of the present
btion, which is "hampering
[university's normal life and
felopment." He said that Dr.
fetor's mission was fully back-
ky the Israel Foreign Ministry,
| added that the university
|d not wait for the Arabs to
the road and has decided to
inue work under present con-
pns. The university is con-
fin;; its activities in makeshift
vses in the New City of Jer-
:IT1.
committed by the Nazis against
humanity, is considered a power-
ful indictment against anti-
Semitism.
The film was irrefutably docu-
mented by captured Nazi films of
the organized mass murder of
Jews. The official explanation
offered by the Army for sup-
pression of the documentary is
that it is outdated, technically
imperfect and contains too much
horror. However prominent quar-
ters in Washington are charging
that the Army fears criticism of
the failure of its denazification
program and is afraid of stirring
up public opinion in view of new
occupation policies which pro-
vide for the return of Nazis to
respectability.
DP Admission Opposed
WASHINGTON, (JTA) The
American Legion and the vet-
erans of Foreign Wars asked the
immigration subcommittee of the
Senate Judiciary Committee to
keep displaced persons out oi
Gen. John T. Taylor, legisla-
tive director of the Legion, told
the subcommittee that the Legion
feels that those now in DP camps
are not really war victims and
merely wish to "take advantage
of the situation." He asserted
that the Legion is against special
interest groups." He noted, how-
ever, that the Legion approved
the U. N. partition plan for Pales-
tine and recommended that an
those who wished to go there be
aided in that direction
October 20 has been designated
as Florida Day by the organiza-
tion. On that day Gov. Fuller
Warren will be presented with a
plaque for his efforts to bring
about closer inter-faith rela-
tions." Scheduled to attend the
ceremonies are Rep. George
Smathers and Sen. Claude Pep-
per.
Climaxing the day's activities
will be a parade through Miami
Beach. Army, Navy, Marine and
Air Corps units have been invited
to participate. The Air Force
Band from MacDill Field, Tampa,
will return here for the meet.
Thomas J. Kelly has been
named acting grand marshall for
the JWV big parade. His appoint-
ment is a thank you gesture, for
Marcie Lieberman, then mayor
of Miami Beach, led the St. Pat-
rick's Day parade last spring.
National Commander Myer
Dorman of St. Paul, Minn., will
lead the convention sessions.
Among the noted speakers ex-
pected to attend the meet is Sec-
retary of the Army Gordon Gray,
who will address members on
"National Security Problems" at
a banquet at the Saxony Hotel
on October 22.
The convention corporation,
Hylan Kout and Beach Council-
man Maurice Klein has slated
discussion ranging from housing
to Americanism, veterans' re-
habilitation to American Policy
in Germany.
The JWV Ladies Auxiliary will
arrive in Miami Beach on October
16 for meetings prior to the'open-
ing of their 22nd national en-
campment. Their headquarters
will be in the St. Moritz Hotel.
the Soviet. Union, which fought
bitterly against priority consid-
eration for the Chinese item.
Although not forced to, in the
interest of the Palestine issue,
Aubrey S. Eban. Israel delegate
to the U.N., voted with the Soviet
bloc. Besides the Chinese resolu-
tion, which would have put the
new item in third place on the
agenda ahead of Palestine, there
were two resolutions, one from
Iceland putting it in sixth place, .
and one from El Salvador, for with them all of their personal
fifth position, which would place property, it was learned here this
Polish Jews May
Take Property To
Israel With Them
WARSAW, (JTA)There will
be no change in the government
regulations which permit Israel-
bound Polish emigrants to take
it after consideration of the Pal-
estine issue. Mr. Eban voted for
the Soviet-supported Iceland re-
solution and abstained on El Sal-
vador's, which became the win-
ning proposal. He voted against
the U.S.-backed Chinese resolu-
tion.
British To Pass Laws
On Restitution Of
Nazi Victims' Property
LONDON, (JTA)The British
occupation authorities in Ger-
many have agreed to enact legis-
lation, paralleling that of the
United States, dealing with the
restitution of property to victims
of Nazi persecution, it was learn-
ed. The text of the new law will
be published soon.
The proposed legislation, how-
ever, will only permit the trans-
fer to Israel of reparations in the
form of German goods, since
money cannot be sent out of the
Reich. _______
week. However, it was emphas-
ized, each emigrant will have to
prove his ownership of whatever
property he carries out of the
country. ,
Polish authorities this week
also revealed that the $12,000,000
Polish-Israel trade agreement for
this year provides that $700,000
can be paid by Israel in zlotys
collected in Poland or by Polish
citizens who are leaving for Is-
rael and wish to transfer part of
their capital to the Jewish state.
The Polish Central Exchange
Office is now receiving many ap-
plications from Jews asking for
permission to turn into the gov-
ernment bank part of their capi-
tal in zlotys, at the official rate
of exchange, in order to have it
converted in Israel. Each applica-
tion, it was explained here today,
is being considered individually,
and a maximum of $1,000 is per-
mitted to date for applicants who
can produce exit permits for
Israel issued by Polish immigra-
(Continued on Page 13)
7 Charged With
Anns Smuggling
LOS ANGELES, (JTA) ~
Henry Bellows, a writer, was ar-
rested here last week by Federal
agents while six other men are
expected to surrender to Federal
authorities within a few days on
charges that they seized a yacht
last May and used it to smuggle
Israel-bound arms and ammuni-
tion out of the country by way
of Mexico. Three of the six men
under indictment with Mr. Bel-
lows are described as business-
men while the other three are
said to have been members of the
yacht crew.
A secret Federal Grand Jury
indictment handed down earlier
this week charged the seven men
with conspiracy and exporting
arms without a State Department
permit. Bail was established at
$5,000 each. Mr. Bellows. 56. de-
nied any knowldge of the charges.
Assistant U. S. Attorney Cham-
plin charged that Herman
Greenspun. a Las Vegas. Nev..
businessman facing trial Oct. 25
in another case involving the
smuggling of planes to Israel
troops, was the leader of the
group. Mr. Champlin said the
men drove several trucks along-
side the yacht Idalia. in Los An-
geles harbor, and attempted to
engaged the captainLeland
Robert Lewisto sail with their
cargo. When he refused, it is
charged, the men forced him at
gunpoint to take on the 15 tons
of guns and ammunition in the
trucks and sail to Acapulco, on
the west coast of Mexico.
According to Mr. Champlin.
top-ranking Mexican Army and
Navy officers and their men
helped unload the yacht's cargo
which was then carried by truck
across the country to the Gulf of
Mexico port of Tampico where
it was transferred to an Israel-
bound vessel. The yacht's captain
was paid $1,700. according to
Mr. Champlin, to repair his "bad-
ly-damaged" yacht. Mr. Lewis
later reported the case to Fed-
eral authorities.
Irael Cabinet Calls Urgent Meeting On Desperate Agency Financial Situation
AVIV, (JTA)-The Israel tained from the Export-Import
summoned the Knesset
ncial committee for an urgent
Iting last Tuesday to discuss
1 desperate financial situation
[he Jewish Agency which is
f facing a deficit of $60,000,-
Jdue mainly to the expendi-
|s connected with the absorp-
of immigrants.
' financial committee will
discuss problems dealing
the development of the Dead
potash works and with the
ation of part of the loan ob-
eral Zionists are prepared to en-
ter the Cabinet if adequate pro-
visions are made for a "relative-
ly stable economic policy.
He also attacked the govern-
ment for permitting the duty-
free importation of certain man-
ufactured goods, insisting that
only raw materials should oe
Speaking at. a Qn-n; W^fthe^sitiorf ?]&
*-*5 *^tthWS|i^ylSght bPe strengthened
Asserting that the government
Bank in the United States for the
development of the natural re-
sources of the Dead Sea.
The government's economic
policies were attacked herebyDr.
Fritz Bernstein head of the Gen-
eral Zionist Party in Isreal.
at a press conference
harged that f"
government's present pol
ferved only to keep foreign in-
vestments from finding their way
TntoThe Jewish state Xt the same
time, he revealed that the uen_
iVEW BEADIMNE
Effective immediately all news, information
id photographs for publication in The Jewish
(oridian must be in our office not later than
Jsday noon of each week.
was spending $224,000,000 for
non-developmental expenditures.
he declared that the country-
could not afford such sums for
"the army and the salary of gov-
ernment officials."
Campaigners Swing Into Action For
$1,004,448 Community Chest Drive
Campaigners determined to bring in the $1,004,448 needed for
the Dade County Community Chest's 21 member agencies went
into action this week.
The plants division, under the leadership of State Sen. R. B.
Gautier. Jr., began canvassing Wednesday for employe gifts in firms
employing 100 or more persons.
Workers in the plants division were given final instructions
at a dinner Tuesday at Auburndale School.
Special gifts workers, responsible for pledges of $100 or more
from individuals, firms and executives, heard sendoff addresses
. yesterday at a dinner at the Columbus Hotel.
Speaking to the special gifts unit was Elbert P. Tuttle, attorney
and official of the Atlanta, Ga., Community Chest.
Prior to making the rounds of prospective donors, Miami Beach
special gifts workers held a breakfast at the Shelborne Hotel yester-
Isra Talk lli*nn'l
tft avtv (ITA)A spokes- I day morning. Thomas O'Hagen Dupree, special gifts chairman, pre-
JSriJr the'Foreign Office this sided. Co-chairmen for the Beach are Leonard L. Abess and Mayor
man 101 tue iu,c,e" Harold Turk
Hsh?dK?d fhaTanTsr'ael dele'- The drive for funds to support the 21 local child care, family,
eate called at the Vatican for a health and character building agencies is scheduled to close No-
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1949
Jr. Hadassah Unit
Sells Bricks, Blocks
The Miami Beach Unit of
Junior Hadassah has launched a
building fund drive for Meier
Shfeyah, the orohaned children's
village in Israel. The village,
which supports over 400 children
yearly, is desperately in need of
more housing and recreational
facilities, according to Mrs. Ger-
ald P. Soltz, local and regional
fund-raising chairman.
The Beach unit is selling bricks
at one dollar a piece and blocks
at five dollars a piece. Larger
donations are also being solicited
inasmuch as it will take one
thousand dollars to build and
furnish one room of the new
building.
A contest is being conducted
among Beach members to deter-
mine who can raise the most
money for the new building. Win-
ner will be announced at the
group's "Balfour Ball" to be held
in commemoration of the Balfour
Declaration on Saturday evening,
November 5, at the Sorrento Ho-
tel. Prize will be an all-expense
trip to the 26th national conven-
tion of Junior Hadassah in Pitts-
burgh over Thanksgiving week-
end.
The entire Jewish community
is being asked to "Buy a Brick
for Meier Shfeyah." Bricks and
blocks may be purchased from
any Junior Hadassah member.
Further information may be ob-
tained by calling Miss Beverly
Raphael at 58-1660.
Center Bus Service
To facilitate transportation of
children attending the daily reli-
gious school of Miami Beach Jew-
ish Center, a bus service has been
inaugurated which will bring
students from public schools to
the religious school building at
1701 Washington Ave.
The service originates at Bis-
cayne Elementary School, pro-
ceeds to the Nautilus School, then
to North Beach Elementary
School and the last stop for pick-
ing up students is on Collins Ave.
and 30th St.
For further information about
the service, which is designed for
those not living in vicinity of the
crnter. contact Fred Berkovitz,
director of education and youth
activities, at the center office.
Removal Of Offices
Michael G. Alenick announces
the removal of his offices for the
general practice of law from the
state of New Jersey to the state
of Florida. Alenick. who has been
a member of the New Jersey bar
since 1923 and of the Florida bar
since 1925, has opened offices at
350 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach.
Rev. Fried To Speak
Rev. Philip Fried will speak at
a meeting of the Hialeah-Miami
Springs Jewish Community Cen-
ter Wednesday at 8 p.m. at the
Cama Building, Hialeah Drive
and Lindsay Court, Hialeah. A
brief business session will pre
cede the speech.
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PAGE THREE
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Film Preview
"Picture in Your Mind," a new
ADL film, will have its local p:e-
view on Monday, October 11, at
the meeting of the North Shore
Lodge of B'nai B'rith to be held
at Temple Beth Sholom.
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"A GOOD NAME
is more to be) treasured
than richee."
Proverbt
Latest addition to the chain of Food Fair Stores has been completed at the southeast corner of
Alton Rd. and 19th St., Miami Beach. Plans were drawn by Albert Anis, architect, and Melvin Gross-
man, associate architect. Arkin Construction Co., was the general contractor.
been adapted and installed to
keep the building clean and ver-
min-proof. The design of the store
eliminates bottle-necks and
makes for ease in shopping.
New Addition To Food Fair Chain Opens,
Officials Greet Guests At Preview
Samuel Friedland, chairman of
the board of Food Fair Stores, and
Abe Maloff, Florida area super-
visor, were on hand Tuesday
night to greet the thousands of
Maloff
Friedland
guests who came to get a pre-
view of the newest addition to the
chain of Greater Miami food out-
lets on Alton Road at 19th St.,
Miami Beach.
The new store, which is the
last word in food merchandising,
opened Wednesday. Designed by
Albert Anis and Melvin Gross-
Mizrachi To Meet
Wednesday Night
The Greater Miami Mizrachi
Organization will meet Wednes-
day at 8 p.m. at Congregation
Kneseth Israel, 1415 Euclid Ave..
Miami Beach, according to an
announcement by Rabbi Isaac H.
Ever, president.
New officers of the organiza-
tion include Israel Diamond,
Samuel Reinhard, Rabbi Murray
Grauer, Rabbi Somon April, vice
presidents; Hyman Zaidman,
treasurer; Sam Schachno, finan-
cial secretary.
Rabbi Ever urges all members
to be present.
OCULIST'S
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DUPLICATED
LARGE SELECTION IN
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Service
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ft 17 "Roger's Rendezvous"
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Versatile Roger Krupp brings you music flavored with the
Krupp personality to produce an extremely enjoyable
three hours.
"YOUR FAVORITE STATION FOR MVSIC AND NEWS"
man and constructed by Arkin
Construction Co., the new build-
ing is 100 x 125 feet with an ad-
jacent private parking area for
customers. A high sign tower,
brilliantly lighted, now identified
with the fast-growing food chain,
is atop the structure. In keeping
with the neighboring architectur-
al style, the tower is completely
enclosed with concrete plus stuc-
co finish.
A marble front, solid glass
doors and a large plate glass area,
which will provide a view from
the street of the entire interior,
are features of the building. The
store is completely air condi-
tioned by Hill-York.
As in all other stores of the
Food Fair chain, this unit has the
latest development in store light-
ing equipmentslimline lighting
and flood lamps (reflector type)
to give a maximum distribution
of light with greater eye com-
fort. Special attention has also
been given to color treatment.
Floors are terazzo.
Latest construction methods
and most modern equipment have
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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 7
1949
EDITORIAL
Home For The Aged
Despite the multitude of appeals for funds at
present confronting our residents, the Jewish
Home for the Aqed of Greater Miami has put its
problem squarely before the Jewish community.
The present quarters are inadequate. There is
a long waiting list of approved applications seek-
ing admission to the home. The surface of tr.e
cged problem with its many facets has not as
yet been scratched. A general and practical treat-
ment for the care of the aged is now the best
Miami has to offer.
A fund of S300 000 together with money de-
rived from the sale of present quarters the di-
rectors of the Home believe will provide sufficient
resources to erect a new edihce that will house
about one hundred aged people. Plans will also
include room for expansion.
Judge Harold Spcet the Homes president, in
an cd'dress to his canipaign committee said that
' Never bercre in the history of the Jewish Home
for the Aged hare we faced a more critical cs-
jgnment than that which ccr.ircr.ts us in this
task which we are about to undertake. The ap-
peal which we are launching is not merely a cam-
c-aian ::: moneyit is a campaign upon the
success cr failure c: which will depend whether
we can live up to cur responsibility tc the aged
Once a gam an issue is placed squarely in our
laps. There are no pexsonalitiee involved It is c
community responsibility that will have to be
met. The success of the drive will answer the
question of whether Greater Mknnli will keep
abreast of its needscr whether it will continue
to leg behind en the problem c: the aged as it
hasunfortunatelywith so many ether civic
end communal responsibilities.
"WELCOME, CHILDREN!"
Capitol Spotlight

WASHINGTONAlthough descried pj top American
foreign ecrrespendents as a masterpiece of an indictment
against anti-Semitism, a powerful documentary film is being
suppressed from the U. S. public by the Army.
Z'r.s :_ entitled NuernbergIts Lesson For Tocav," was
promoted by Gen Luicus D Clay .
t rmer muiu ry go\ nor of Ger-
many Tc produce it the four ..-
rupation powers pooled ariured
German films Pare Lorentt a
ted director was hired at the
expense ( American tax]
A smashing incriminating and
irrefutable documentary resulted
led it lean laT* and
said he hoped tr.e wnole stinking
story will ited Lit
J hn Gunther, auth r f "In-
Eur pe said it ught to
cr shown :r. every city, town, and
hamlet in the country, The Army's
Lsi n Dot '.. release it for gen-
Facts And Comments
By WILLIAM ZUKERMAN
The Zionist movement has had a long and tempestuous
career. It passed many crises. It was often divided on issues
end or. several occasions it was split wide open. But at no time
in its fifty years of history has it been in a greater confusion
than it is now.
. be Nuernberg trials ral sh wing -5 monstrous and
interspersed by flashbacks trow shocking."
??- _'. -.: r. has beer, rife
among Washington r:rresprr.d-
ents that Army c licy is formu-
lated :r. the supp siti n thai
Americans are 1 dim-witted that
: ntmued hatred of the Nazis
.:*...a. Nazi turns : the burning
:'. the Warsaw gheU and the
mass murder .: Eui pean J
Ai : >rass hats have refusa i
I le.ra--- the picture :. the pub-
lic for whose benefit it was sup-
rheref :t m vie
theatre; in this country may not
bring home this true story behind
the plight of the displaced per-
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Semitism in the Germany :f ll-i.-
Why"
The Army is afr that this
thing may. like Fi ankenstein.-
i-nstcr *. r. against its ?rea t .
The brass hats are afraid .: I
much truth and fear the effect ::
the film 1 z werful evidence d
present jeeupation policies in
Germany rhej fear criticism :'
their failure t. carry [it
fective denazificauon pi
And ihr: ail a; High Commis-
sioner John J McCloy said re-
cently, the time has come when
v.e must return the Nazis to re-
Under Secretary of the Army
Tracy V: irh.es said he felt a
public sh wing would be "incon-
sistent'' with the Army's present
.xcunati r. z 1. 'a. rd.r.d '.
Edwin McElwain. a Washing:..-.
att rney sought t ;eo-c the
fUm few ^ movie distributing
company.
An Army spokesman, Col
George E. Eyster, also noted that
"after all. the whole philosophy
of the American government has
changed since 1PM6 :n relation to
Germany. Russia, and all of Eu-
rope This raised the question of
whether the Army is so interest-
ed in building an anti-Communi-
stic Germany thai the high c m-
rr.and is no longer concerned with
Nazism
William L Shirer. noted for-
eign correspondent who covered
In r.r and the same week in
early September. Premier David
Ben Guri a the leading Zionist
:'. Israel, issued a call to the
J~v iah pe pie : the 'rid. par-
ticularly of America, to come to
settle in Israel and to send their
children there because Israel is
the home of the entire Jewish
-v g"J^I^-v Jn^LrUaH American Zionists, although thev
most the same day. anotner .eact- ..,. _* ,v /_. _# j; "1
.__ 7 _u. 1 ,w* I'nit-d 5;-AtPi "re aware 01 the fac. of a radical
would be a needless distraction
from the real issue I the day:
..-.: at.m.- d Russians A stir-
ring up of renewed public re-
sentment if Nazism might inter-
fere, too. with Army and State
Department plans I t the new
".' stern German St
The "lesson for today" m
NuernbergIts Lesson F:r 7.-
day' :s now cutd^ivd the Army
says Film companies which called
at the Pentagon have been told
that much water has r^ss^d _n-
)er the bridge and ".ha: there was
too much h n in the less.n."
v The Army said it will
make a%-ailable 16-m.ill:meter
prints for the restricted use of
bar ti as and similar
groups But tr.e Army stated it
is definitely against "letting the
film out for showing, through
normal exhibition channels, in
U. S theatres
Undersecretary Voorh.es con-
sulted with Asistant Secretary of
State George V. Allen. Result of
the talk was the iecisi n that the
film was not to be shown to the
general public, according to the
late Ma- Gen. Vemon Pritchard.
chief of Army Public Relations.
Can the Arrr.v withhold a film
>1 indisputable public interest
which does not involve military
security and which was made ex-
pressly for the public?
But can the Army afford_ to
show the true nature of the Nazi
fiend with reports coming in like
the following Associated Press
dispatch.
BAD SEEGEBERG. GER-
MANY. Sept. 23. (AP> The de-
Berlm before the war and who I nazification chief in Bad Seege-
knows what the Germans are berg has been arrested for being
really like, said of the film's sup- I a Nazi. It was found that Eber-
pression: "It"s an obvious at-' hard Ulmke. who had held the
tempt to make us forget what. denazification post since 1948.
the Germans are really like."' joined the Nazi Party in 1930
Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver, pub-
lished an article m the most
widely read publication in Amer-
ce, the "Readers" Diges: claim-
ing that Palestine never in its
history was the home :t all the
Jews and that the h me f Amer-
ican Jews is America During the
week that followed, one Z. nist
daily newspaper (the Morning
Journal' denounced Dr Silver's
Zionism as "philanthropic" and 1
r." and haued Ben conditions can lead only to con-
Gar: ns Zionism the real *" ^\JM.K-"!^?1!.
Z. nism of Herzl and Jabotinsky; r*cw :5 that political Zionism has
while another Zionist daily the I accomplished its urn and has
Tog' said that Ben Gurion did M^f*. from l,ht 3-5|e- .and !ts
not know what he was talking |>f*. i*? tak,en ? 'wo "
it that the five rnillionJews "Ues. toth ttruggluuj for domtoa-
in the United States will remain
in the USA and that the same
is true cf the American Jewish
children. A s:n.'..-.. ite has
been gomg on for months in two |
leading Z. nist weeklies in th<
i.;r.t N.-t. nal
Jev.ish P 1 -. -.'.- z -:.. r. that
American Zionists wh do not ap-
prove of the call to g I Israel
are cowards, hyenas and I
crites. while :hv Jewish Cr.r
of Detroit argued that a mass-
exodus of Jewish yruth :": rr
America to Israel would under- 1 "rneJ ,:r?e ** c"edit to Jews
mine I j : siti r. in the ;-ts-de Israel The other is the
United States and that th >e Jews: oldeIl ldea of Jewish naUonaluar
Freedom
Adolph Hitler was a smart man.
One of the first things he did when he took
over Germany was to give Goebbels the sowe*
to suppress the news. Then when he purged loyal
Germans who were unfaithful Nazis, the seopie'
heard only his side of the story. And for ai C
years that Hitler was in power, all the mm
papers under his control printed only what -e
permitted.
In this respect Hitler was a smart mnn. He
knew that he could never keep bis hold en the
people if they had access to the truth.
Every dictator and bigot knows the same
whether in foreign lands or in our town. Freedom
cannot exist without the free exchange cf fcrj
and ideas. And as long as our newspeners re-
main as uncensored as they are now afl the
facts on both sides of any controversy wfl be
presented to you. the freest people in the world.
There cae those who criticize the press saying
that it is censored; that it is not free to publish
both sides of an argument because it Is con-
trolled by special interests. But oftentimes this
criticism is really a tribute to the freed cm that our
newspapers enjoy. For nine times out of ten
those who criticize have an axe to grind them-
selves, and are disturbed that the press does not
cater to them.
Anyone who has a legitimate story to tell will
find these pages open for the facts. And if z dis-
pute arises concerning those facts, the other side
of the story will be told too. For we editors know,
from the experience of others in totalitarian lands,
that suppression of the news breeds "smart men"
like Adolph Hitler.
Italians, the Poles, even the Ge:-
r.ans who organized movemeaU
to help their people abroad d.i
;o not on the assumpuon that
they were building _; = borne
for themselves and their chil-
dren. The new Jewish national-
ism which aspires t: take the
place of old political Zionism
seeks to introduce something
which was never tried in A
and is alleged to be act.
only to the Jewish group
The question of the rcghtness
cr wrongness of thesi '-
cents, and which of these ; suited
for American Jews is not the
subject of this atricle At t.rser.i
a far more urgent and immedi-
ate task is to clarify the situ
and to make it obvi 1 1 "
that neither old political Zionism
nor the new pro-Israeusm are
identical with nationalisrr uw
that to talk of the twe I thej
were the same is t; in.resse ."?
confusion which now loscures
the Jewish scene. One must
tire to repeat again and agam
that political Zionism :s_ aea: ana
that pro-Israelism ana .e tsnna-
tionalism are fighting -J;
to take its place in American
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vided on a specific question of
policy, but it is in a state of con-
fusion because it has lost its chief
aim and purpose.
That this is due to the estab-
lishment of the State of Israel
goes without saving and needs
no elaboration. What does need
stressing, however, is that many-
change in their movement still
think in the old terms. This, more
than anything else is the real
cause of the confusion. The all-
important fact which is still most-
ly overlooked by American Z. n-
ists is that political Zionism is no
longer in existence. It passed not
only in Israel but also in this
country. Soon the term Zionism
itself will be one of history, and
its continued use under modern
tion. One can best be described
as pro-Israelism, a new feeling
which has arisen with the estab-
lishment of Israel and which
prompts many American Jews to
help the new State of Israel fi-
nancially, economically and in
every other legitimate way pos-
sible, to establish itself" on a
strong basis and become a demo-
cratic and progressive state to
serve as a home for many thous-
ands of Jews who have become
homeless, and which would at the
who exchange their A: :
home for Israel will oe looked
upon as disloyal by both friends
and enemies alike.
Now, these diametrically op-
posed views ^re not mere differ-
. gave birth to poliical Zion-
ism but did not die with it and
is now aspiring to take its place
in the Diaspora. It holds that
Jews all over the world are one
people, no matter where they live
ences of opinion which happen a"d to *'nom the>' owe political
in every movement and which. allegiance: that eventually, all
happened in the Zionist move- Je.ws have l0 be "gathered
ment in the past. Thev are syro- in mt0 Israel because there is
ptomatic of something new that no future for Jews anywhere in
goes deeper and indicates that the a non-Jewish world: and that the
Zionist movement :s going -e'*" tas^ the Zionist movement
through an experience which it :s l0 prepare and to psychologi-
has never known before. It has callv condition Jews outside Is-
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rael for the change from their
present homes to living in Israel
which, accordine to this theory-
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earlier yean despil | is inevitable and bound to come
parties and strategy points- :- *ooner or later This is something
view. Zionism s not rrierelv di- entirely different not only from
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ffllDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1949
* Jewish Fk>ridlia,n
500 Welcome Rabbi llonig. Family
To Hollywood Jewish Community
PAGE FIVE
Over 500 persons gathered at
the Jewish Community Center of
Hollywood last Thursday eve-
ning to welcome Rabbi and Mrs.
Jacob J. Honig and their family
to the community.
Members of the rabbinate of
Greater Miami who were present
at the affair were Rabbis Leon
Kronish, Morris Skop, Moses
Mescheloff, Joseph Rackovsky
and Rabbinical Student Jerry
Bass. Rabbi Marius Ranson of
Ft. Laudcrdale was also present.
The program was opened by
Louis J. Golden, who introduced
Nat Gobey, commander of Brow-
aid County Post No. 613 of the
Jewish War Veterans. Gobey
welcomed the new rabbi and pre-
sented him with the chaplain's
cap. Rabbi Honig served as a
chaplain in the armed forces
abroad for five years. Hy Morris,
commander of the Department of
Florida of the JWV then present-
ed the rabbi with a plaque for-
warded from Huntington, N. Y.
for "the outstanding service he
rendered to the cause of the JWV
there." Inscription on the award
read: "Presented to Rabbi Jacob
J. Honig, Chaplain, U. S. Army,
World War II, who has been in-
strumental in the founding, de-
velopment of JWV of Suffolk
Countv Post No. 488."
In his address Rabbi Honig ex-
pressed the hope that "the new
union between him and the Hol-
lywood Jewish community would
be strengthened by unswerving
loyalty to Judaism, the spirit of
cooperation and sincerity." Pay-
ing tribute to Mrs. Honig, the
rabbi said. "Any measure of suc-
cess that I have hitherto enjoyed
has been achieved through the
inspiration and professional Jew-
ish background of my dear wife
who has made tasks immeasur-
ably lighter."
Others who welcomed the new
spiritual leader were Irving H.
Zuckerman, acting president of
the center; W. B. Hoffheimer,
senior vice commander of the
Department of Florida JWV; and
Sid Lampert. member of the cen-
ter board of governors.
Pierre Mande offered violin se-
lections and Cantor Milton
Freedman sang Yiddish folk
songs.
Congratulatory wires and letters
were received from Dr. Jacob
Kaplan, president of the Florida
Rabbinical Association; Rabbi
living Lehrman; Dr. Moshe Davis,
dean of the Teacher's Institute of
the Jewish Theological Seminary
and program director of the
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"Eternal Light;" Dr. Max Ontzt,
provost of Jewish Theological
Seminary; Rabbi Max Routten-
berg, director of rabbi placement
of the Rabbinical Assembly; Rab-
bi Joel Geffin. executive board
member of the Rabbinical Assem-
bly; Seymour Liebman. director
of the economic commision of the
Zionist Organization of America.
Kefreshments were served un-
der the direction of Mrs. Elaine
Lamport. Assisting her were the
Mesdames Pearl Weiss, Lillian
Donner, Hilda Corn, Natalie
Heiden, Barbara Galvin, Pearl
Zuckerman. Anne Golden Olga
wohl. Ceil Tager. Ida Baum
Fanny Mae Theodore and Flor-
ence Oppenhoff.
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M'"'s Fi>rnithin0s, Street Floor
Singer To Speak
At A.IC Institute
Opening Leadership Institute of
the American Jewish Congress
chapters of Greater Miami will
take place at the Jewish Com-
munity Center of Miami Tuesday
evening. Guest speaker will be
William D. Singer, president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, who will discuss the
function and responsibilities of
his organization and the leader-
ship and "personality" of the
Greater Miami Jewish communi-
ty. He will also review some of
the immediate problems and
plans of Federation and the in-
fluence of national Jewish or-
ganization chapters in the local
community.
Mrs. Louis Glasser. area vice
president of the Women's Divi-
sion of American Jewish Con-
gress, will talk on the philosophy,
history and program of the con-
gress and how its local chapters
may become an increasingly ef-
fective force within the plans and
programs of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and in the
general community. Participants
in a discussion to follow will be
Emanuel Aaronson, president of
the Business and Professional
Chapter; Mrs. A. A. Hayden. pres-
ident of the Miami Chapter; Mrs.
William Loeb. president of the
Miami Beach Chapter; and Mrs.
Frederick S. Grossberg. chair-
man of the Florida Women's Di-
vision. Bernard B. Segal. South-
eastern field representative of the
American Jewish Congress, will
be chairman. Refreshments will
fellow the program.
Beach Y Calls For
Basketball Players
A call for candidates to repre-
sent this year's Miami Beach YM
& WHA basketball team was is-
sued by Sam Shapiro, chairman
of the athletic committee for
Monday at 8 p.m.
The Y team won the all-Miami
invitation tournament, defeating
such local powers as Pompano,
Muffets, Pan-American, Eastern
Airlines, Central Baptist, Elks,
Checker Cab and the Miami Y in
independent games. In turn the
local team succumbed to the Mi-
ami University Varsity and fresh-
man teams and were defeated in
the quarter final of the Florid*
State A.A.U. tourney. One man.
Stanley Fronczok, who averaged
over eighteen points per game,
was selected on the state all-star
team.
Stressing the Nat Holman style
of play which emphasizes good
ball handling, set shooting and
screening, Coach Winston intends
to also emphasize the fast break.
All those who are interested in
trying out for the squad are in-
vited to attend the first practice
session.
Jack A. Abbott
J. A. Abbott Heads
Miami Beach Bar
Jack A. Abbott, attorney and
civic leader, has been named
president of the Miami Beach
Bar Association, according to Al-
bert Lehrman, association secre-
tary.
The new bar association head,
who was eletced in a vote by mail
last week, is a past president of
the Florida Federation of B'nai
B'rith Lodges, a past president
of Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith
and a former B'nai B'rith district
officer. He is now president of
the Miami Beach Civic League.
Harold Zinn and Jack D. Burris
were chosen first and second vice
presidents respectively.
Directors will be elected this
month.
S. J. August Hies
At Ago Of i:t
Samuel J. August, 43, of 1585
S. W. 18th St., passed away Fri-
day in a local hospital. He was
co-owner of August Brothers
Bakery at 361 S.
W. 8th St.
Mr. August
came to Miami
25 years ago
from Pawtucket,
R. I., and was a
member of Beth
David Syna-
gogue, Miami
Hebrew School
and Congrega-
tion, B'nai B'rith
and Biscayne
Lodge No. 124 F.
and A. M.
Survivors include his wife, Wil-
ma; a son. Frederick Bernard;
two daughters. Muriel Bernice
' and Corinne Florence; his par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Gershon
August; and two brothers, Harry
and Louis, all of Miami.
Services were held at Gordon
Funeral Home Chapel with Rab-
bis Max Shapiro and Simon
April officiating. Burial was in
Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
August
Children Contribute
To Hospital Drive
Children of the Ideal Family
Group, composed of the Brag-
mans, Glantzes. Borkins. Fried-
mans, Billers. Chadwicks. Gray-
sons. Goldbergs and Feldmans.
pledged $92 to the Crippled Chil-
dren's Hospital at the family Yom
Kippur services held at the Po-
licemen's Benevolent Paik.
Following the services Monday
evening the group held a dinner
and broke the fast together.
Al Glantz officiated at the
services.
Quiz Feature
"The Battle of the Sexes." a
quiz program with valuable
prizes to be given to winners,
will be the feature of this week's
Cabaret Night, in the patio of
Freedom House, 4323 Collins Ave.,
Miami Beach, tomorrow at 9 p.m.
The public is invited.
ANNOUNCING
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Mayor Endorses Jewish Center Drive,
Urges Citizens To Give Support
Mayor Robert L. Floyd of Miami has officially proclaimed the
two weeks from Wednesday, October 5, to Wednesday, October 19,
as Miami Jewish Community Center membership drive period in
support of the organization's annual membership campaign.
The mayor's proclamation declared that the center "is con-
tinuing to contribute substantially to the life of this community,
presenting opportunities for physical, recreational and cultural
growth and experience. ..." The mayor urged all citizens to sup-
port the drive.
Irving Saal is chairman of the campaign.
Rothonberg Head
Cerebral Palsy
Speakers Bureau
David Rothenberg, consulting
child psychologist, was recently
named head of the speakers bu-
reau of the Cerebral Palsy Par-
ents Council, which has launched
an educational program on the
affliction in this area.
Rothenberg is a graduate of the
University of Miami and received
his master of science decree in
clinical psychology at Michigan
State University, where he re-
ceived specialized training in
cerebral palsy.
"The need for community ed-
ucation on cerebral palsy is of
prjme importance." Rothberg
said. "The person who is so af-
flicted, be it adult or child, is too
often looked upon with curiositv
and question. It is the goal of
the council to make every man
woman and child that walks the
streets of Greater Miami cerebral
palsy conscious. The council
wants the citizens of Miami to
recognize the affliction and to
realize that those who are so af-
flicted can be rehabilitated if
given time and a chance to show
what they cando."
The speakers bureau is the
first project planned by the coun-
cil of the Dade County society for
filling this need of" community
education to an awareness of the
cerebral palsy victim and his
problems.
Tickets For Children's
Theatre Still Available
A limited number of tickets for
the Variety Children's Theater,
sponsored by the Women's Com-
mittee of the Children's Hospi-
tal, are still available, according
to Mrs. Hal Kopplin, president.
Tickets are sold by the book
and subscription includes all five
plays. Price is five dollars plus
one dollar federal tax. All pro-
ceeds from the sale of tickets will
go to the South Florida Chil-
dren's Hospital.
First play. "The Wizard of Oz."
will be presented at the Olympia
Theatre on November 12 at 9 a.m.
Tickets are now on sale at the
box offices of all theatres; Wil-
son's Boys Shop on Lincoln Road;
Kodak department of Byron's
Red Cross and tomorrow only at
Burdine's mezzanine.
GEORGE J. BERTMAN
Pioneer Women's Unit
Will Meet Tuesday
Golda Meyerson Club of Pio-
neer Women will meet Tuesday
at 8:15 at the Dora August Mem-
orial Hall of Beth El, 500 S.W.
17th Ave.
Mrs. Isaac Pushkin, president,
will report on the national con-
vention which was held in Phil-
adelphia. A holiday program will
be presented and refreshments
will be served.
Succos Festival Slated
The Ben Gurion Branch of the
Jewish National Workers Alli-
ance and the Golda Meyerson
Club of the Pioneer Women will
jointly sponsor a Succos festival
on Sunday, October 16, at 8 p.m.
in the Dora August Memorial
Hall. 500 S.W. 17th Ave.
Admission is one dollar and
proceeds are earmarked for the
Jewish National Fund.
Prominent Miami Beach realtor,
says: "I discovered a way to save
time, money and inconvenience
when I travel. It's really simple.
I call FARRthey do my travel
worrying for me."
FAHIt "Your Travel AgenC
ANNOUNCEMENT!
HADE KOSHER
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Formerly of Bronx, N. Y. (for 45 yeara)
THIS MARKET SUPERVISED AND ENDORSED BY
THE GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH
RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY, Director
153 N. W. 5th Street Phone 3-1430
FREE DELIVERY
The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH
The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association
Participating agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
wishes you all a Happy Succoth and announces that any
chickens without the ring which bears the insignia n'IDJ
are not endorsed by the Vaad. Other information in the field
of Kashruth in this area may be obtained by calling our Di-
rector. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, 818 Michigan Avenue
Miami Beach, Phone 5-3595.
HARRY flRKIN. Pres.
A. M. BFAH, Vice Pres.
H. SOOTIN. Secy.
S. LOBEL, Treas.


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PAGE SEVEN
Judge Lewis Petitions FCC To Prevent
Anti-Semitic Radio Sermons By Rev. Ham
Charging radio evangelist Mordecai F. Ham of Louisville.
Ky., with violating the public interest by disseminating anti-
Semitism over 32 radio stations now broadcasting his sermons.
Judge Emanuel Lewis of Savannah. Ga., last week petitioned
the Federal Communications Commission in Washington to take
immediate remedial action by ,
churchmen unanimously agreed
that in their opinion the broad-
cast is not in the public interest
and they concurred that Ham's
material is not such as to help to
create understanding among peo-
ples, but is bigotry and the
preachment of hatred and as such
is undesirable.
Judge Lewis contended that the
Federal Communications Com-
vinced that it is impossible to SftftAjftW! 11m^\^'
have "a free contest of SDeech j 1ban radl statlns from
Si ideasfw?thCp"ollSionaSlPehaete ^S^S^^J^^T
s over the limited, chan- $&*g XTtirUniW^t^to
refrain from allowing their facili-
ties to be used by preachers of
racial or religious hatred, and re-
quested the commission, if tech-
nically necessary, to make the
radio stations themselves re-
spondents to the action.
Judge Emanuel Lewis is chair-
man of the Southern Regional
Board of the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith. Morris B.
Abram of Atlanta appears as
counsel for Judge Lewis on the
petition.
warning radio stations carrying
Ham's broadcasts not to allow
him to continue abusing radio
facilities.
In his petition, Judge Lewis
indicated his reluctance to pro-
test against the abuse and mis-
use even of radio speech because
of his deep attachment to free-
dom of speech. Judge Lewis
stated, however, that he is con-
nels of radio communication. In
the first place, one attempting to
combat bigotry, hatred and false-
hood over the air is faced with
the necessity of procuring money
to pay for the needed radio time.
Secondly, there is the problem of
procuring equivalent time." Judge
Lewis also indicated that he had
no objection to Ham's appearance
on the radio so long as he does
not abuse the facilities created in
the public interest by stirring up
religious hatred of citizens and
residents of the United States.
In his petition. Judge Lewis
pointed out that Rev. Ham's anti-
Semitism has been apparent since
autumn of 1924 when during the
course of a sermon at Elizabeth
City, N. C, Ham charged that the
late Julius Rosenwald of Chicago
had established a vice quarter in
that city as a part of a "heinous
Jewish plot to undermine Gentile
civilization."
Among other samples of anti-
Semitism cited were the follow-
ing:
On November 6, 1935, speaking
OVi radio station WLAT in Lex-
ington. Ky., Ham stated that the
persecution of the Jews in Ger-
mans- was justified.
On May 28, 1949, speaking in
Minneapolis, Minn., Ham stated
"Germany is not to blame .
the Hebrews started it the
Hebrew started all this misery."
According to an article in the
Charlotte Observer, Charlotte, N.
C, October 14, 1943, Ham spoke
in Charlotte and made the state-
ment that he wanted "the streets
of North Carolina to run with
'Jewish blood'."
As recently as April 17, 1949,
Ham made the following state-
ment in the course of a radio
broadcast, "Not all Jews are Is-
raelites, many are still Jacobs.
Jacob was the name of the 'trick-
ster, bargain-driver, the traf-
ficker'."
As an indication of the objec-
tivity of his petition, Judge Lewis
indicated that in June of 1949, in
a Southern city, religious leaders
representing the Protestant,
Catholic and Hebrew faiths lis-
tened to the transcription of Mor-
decai Ham's broadcast scheduled
for Sunday, June 12. The three
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I hit Will Hear
Style Editor
Miss Martha Chase, one of Mi-
ami's foremost style editors, will
be guest of honor when the Mi-
ami Chapter of the National
Children's Cardiac Home holds
its first meeting of the 1949-50
season on Tuesday at 1:30 p.m.
at the Melvin Cohen Hall, 4250
W. Flagler St.
Miss Chase conducts a radio
program of interest to women on
station WMIE daily at 12:30 p.m.
She plans to duplicate her pro-
gram at the meeting, even to the
awarding of prizes.
Mrs. Leon Freed, ways and
means chairman, will announce
the details of the group's fall
fund-raising affaira Hallowe'en
Jamboreeto take place at the
Miami Woman's Club the eve-
ning of October 29. There will be
dancing, entertainment, rhumba
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Rumanian Envoy
Presents Credentials
TEL AVIV, (JTA)A cool,
formal atmosphere prevailed last
week when Nicholas Cioroiu, Ru-
mania's first Minister to Israel, I
presented his credentials to Act-
ing President Josef Sprinzak.
In a short speech, the Ru-
manian envoy said that his mis-
sion would consist of furthering
the "excellent relations" which
exist between the two nations and
that he is sure he can count on a
similar attitude on the part of
Israel. In a very few words, Mr.
Sprinzak also* referred to the
cordial relations between the two
states and told the Rumanian that
when he toured this country he
would realize the importance of
the contribution of Rumanian
Jewry to Israel. He also expressed
the hope that Rumanian Jews will
continue to extend aid to the
Jewish state.
It is expected here that the
Rumanian Minister will soon sub-
mit to Foreign Minister Moshe
Sharett a reply from Rumanian
Foreign Minister Anna Pauker
to his plea that the Rumanian
government lift its ban on the
emigration of Israel-bound Jews.
Friedman To Speak
Milton A. Friedman, national
B'nai B'rith youth commissioner
from the Southeastern region, will
address members of the West
Palm Beach Women's Chapter of
B'nai B'rith at a membership
drive luncheon on Thursday, ac-
cording to an announcement by
Mrs. Jack Wilson, chapter presi-
dent.
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Participants will be Dr. James
L. Anderson and Dr. I. Leo Fish-
bein, psychiatrists; Dr. William
P. Smith and Dr. Harold Rand,
internists.
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HadaKsah I nit To
Install Loaders
Mrs M >rris Alpert will be in-
stalled as president of the newly
organized Hanna Senesch Group
of Hadassc
breakfast on
Betrothal Revealed
Dr. and Mrs. Max Miller of
West New York. N'. J. announce
the betrothal of their daughter.
Beverlv. to Marvin D. Mondres.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R.
Mondres. 5321 S.W. 1st St.
The wedding will be held Sun-
day, November 13. at the B'na:
Jeshur:n Temple in New York
Dr. Israel Goldstein, uncle of the
bride-elect, will officiate.
Miss Miller attended C
University and the University t
Miami. Her fiance attended Cor-
Mrs. Morria Alpert
Tuesday at 11:30 a.m. at the Shel-
borne Hotel. Miami Beach.
Rabb: Moshay P Mir.r. will
serve as install.r._ :':'.:er and
Mrs. C Iman A Zwitrr will
offer the im ti n
Other :: -'-
ducted :.: th Mrs
Irwin Weinstt In first pn si-
dent: Mr; Nathan M Kaplan.
nd vice president: Mr? L
E. Goldman, third vice president:
Mrs. Charles Bush^ll. finan ial
secretary. Mr; Israel Teitch re-
cording y. Mrs Nina Am-
.-.. rd esponding s<
Mrs. Felix Halzband. social sec-
retary; Mrs Samuel Sapii
tn ..
Lift mei '' ti-
lt I M Samuel T Sapiro.
Mrs Florence C Mrs. L
E. Gold "' i N
Liebling
Am :._ Is at 1
stall >1 n ... Mrs Herlx
Russcol. whe recently arrived
from Isra< 11 visil h r p irents
Mr. and Mrs J seph S
Mrs Russ s a nurse in
the Hag man
Res-
close I after Sui be made
by calling Mrs. Israel Teitch,
Mrs. Julius R i stein and Mrs
Nathan Kaplan.
JWV Auxiliary To
l.ih Hospital
Members I the Jewish War
Veterans Auxiliary. Norman
Brown Post No. 1~4. will
completi plans 1 rOcI beractivi-
next meeting M n-
day at 8 p m. at the Miami Jew-
ish Community Center. 450 S.W.
.-.lighting this month's work
Um pn sentatk d I ; Mrs
M Weiner. national aux
; tit, : a : adi -t hon< graph
combir..-.:: n to the PTfctt Gen-
eral Hospital Mrs. Weiner. who
will be here for the national en-
i-.ent to be held in Miami
Beach October 17-24. will present
. ... ... mthly : mmun-
ng to be held al spital
n October 16 at 7 Ml p.m Re-
nts and entertainrm nt an
genda.
A Halloween celebration
with refrea mi nt b ths
ght guessing, prizes and :' r-
tune telling will be given in-
stead it thi auxiliary's -'- nthly
- party. The affair is -
for October 2: at 7 30 p m in the
spital recreation hall.
During the past year, the
uxilii i presented to the
hospital" two large musical files
ecords. In addition the group
a furnished a day room and
sponsored parties and entertain-
ment.
Ir. Hadassah To
Attend Services
Th>. Miami Unit I Juni r Ha-
will inaugurate a policy
:' Fi day night attendance at dif-
ferent synag gues tonight at 8
now Beth David.
S W. 3rd Ave between 26th and
27th Roads
Rita Ross, wh recently at-
tended Brands- Cam] Instituti
is chairman of the project A
ti nal inf rmati in may be ob-
tained bv calling Miss Ross at
83-3267.
Freedom House Forum
A symp sium n 'Art ..nd Pol-
itics" will be the feature
weekly Freedom H use : rum to
be held Sunday at 8:45 p m Feat-
ured speakers will be Molka
Reich and Jack Bell. The public
is invited to attend this pr rr
which will be held in the patio
of Freedom House 4323 C Huts
Ave.. Miami ;
AEP Alumni To Meet
Th Alpha Epsilon Pi Alumni
:' Greater Miami will meet Wed-
nesday at 8 p.m. at the Delano
Hotel.' All alumni m the area
are urged to be present. Anyone
wishing further information is
asked to call Martin Finklestcin
at 83-1938.
Body temperature generally
les its highest point at about
7 p.m.
Mrs. Bess Nelson was hostess at luncheon for members of
Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood Thursday at their baiaar shower
at the Delano Hotel. Pictured examining items for the baxaaz are
(1. to r.) Mrs. William Farr. chairman of the shower; Mrs. Nelson,
vice president and chairman of the basaar; Mrs. Alexander Rob-
bins, sisterhood president.
Barbara Ann Firestone
: : ini I SI I U"
Barbara Firestone To
Wed P. S. Goodman
ruling a December wedding
is Miss Barbara Ann Firestone.
engagement to Paul S.
r n son of Mose Goodman.
leston. W. Va and Mrs. Ella
: M imi Beach, has been
..r.r. unced by her parents. Mr.
nd M Th dore Firestone, 281
S.W. 2 -d.
The bride-elect graduated from
'.: Beach H 1 attended
Fl rida State University.
Mr. G wdman, who served in
the U. S. Marine Corps, is a
graduate of Miami Beach High.
W st Virginia Uni-
vi ty and is a member of Pi
1. la Phi
Leo Eisenstein. prominent
realtor and civic leader, was
recently named to the five-man
zoning board of the city of Mi-
ami Beach at a meeting of the
city council. Eisenstein. who
fills the vacancy created by the
death of John L. Berry, was
nominated by Councilman Bur-
nett Roth. He will serve for a
period of two years, his term
expiring June 28. 1952.
Mayor Will Not Halt
Temple Desecration
MUNICH. (JTA)The Bava-
rian police published a rep i -
their investigation of the dese-
cration last Monday night of the
only synagogue in" the Bavarian
: iwn of Marktredwitz.
The police, who arrested a "de-
nazified" German. Hans Rief. for
the crime, revealed that R:ef had
hired a group of "workmen" t j
help him demolish the synag
The "workmen" f reed "the
.: gue gate and then dese
the H ly Ark and a number of
religious articles before they
halted their activities.
The police report states that
the Jews appealed to the town's
mayor. Otto Hirschmann. and the
local police chief. Albert Slim-
mer, to halt further desecration
of the synagogue. Mayor Hirsch-
mann refused to intervene, but
later promised the city's help to
repair the damage. The mavor is
a former Nazi who joined the
party in 1936. while the arrested
criminal traces his membership
in Hitler's movement back to
1933.
Personally Speaking
Mi. and Mrs. Milton Simon ol Youngstown, Ohio, an-
nounce the birth of a son, David Oscar, on October 2 at North-
side Hospital in that city. The Simons are the parents of an-
other child, a daughter, Diane Sherin. Paternal grandmother is
Mrs. Oscar Ziff of Miami, who left yesterday by plane to attend
the bris. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Sam Simon
of Youngstown.
* +
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Lyons, 2262 S.W. 16th Ave.. entertained
with a dinner in the Panama Room of the Robert Clay Hotel en
September 27, in honor of the birthday of their son. Norman R.
Lyons. Mrs. Norman R. Lyons assisted in receiving guests.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Levinson, 3894 N.W. 3rd St., announce
the birth of a son, Paul Alan, on September 28 at Jackson
Memorial Hospital. The mother is the former Marian Ruth Fine,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Fine of Cincinnati. Paternal
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Louis Levinson of this city.
* *
Mrs. Rose Zalka and Mrs. Ida Goldberg motored to Savan-
nah, Ga., and Charleston, S. C, to spend Rosh Hashona with
their parents; Mrs. Zalka with her mother, Mrs. A. Levin,
Savannah, and Mrs. Goldberg with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Shep Alpern, Charleston.
* + *
Miss Shirley Alperstein of 7125 Carlyle Ave., Miami Beach,
just returned from a two week visit to Mexico City. On her re-
turn she stopped in San Antonio, Texas, for a four-day visit with
her aunt, Mrs. S. Sterling, and cousins, Mr. and Mrs. A. Neuman.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Bloomberg and son, Robert of
536 West Flagler St., recently returned from an extended trip,
during which they toured Florida and visited relatives and
friends in New York. Now spending time with the Bloombergs
is Miss Eleanor Lee Kahan of New York. Prior to coming here,
Miss Kahan visited her brother-in-law and sister in Cleveland,
Florida, where she spent a great deal of time fashing. En route
to New York she will stop in Jacksonville.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Goodman are now in their new home
at 2704 Polk St., Hollywood, after spending the summer at Eliza-
beth Lake, Pontiac, Mich.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brettholtz have just moved into their
new residence at 3470 S.W. 19th St.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gurss, 561 N.E. 68th St., recently re-
turned here after spending the summer in Avon Lake, Ohio.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. M. Morrison, 1684 Lenox Ave.. Miami Beach,
have just returned from a five month sojourn in California.
* *
Miss Dottie Pepper, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Pepper, is visiting relatives and friends in New York.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Ken Cohen have returned from a vacation
in the North.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Eisenstein have returned to Miami Beach
from Ellenville, N. Y. where they were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Benjamin Slutsky at the Neville Country Club.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Berry Clein, 330 N.W. 44th Ave., announce
the birth of a son on September 27 at Jackson Memorial Hospital.
Tropical Women To Hold Danco
Tropical Chapter of B'nai I Mrs. Louis Grossman is
B'rith Women will sponsor its man of the affair. Assisting her
first fund-raising dance Sunday \ are the Mesdames Irvine C
evening at 8:30 at the Versailles Melvin Benner and Irving G -
Hotel.
A floor show featuring Paul
Parsons and his Stars of To-
morrow will be presented.
man.
Tickets may be obtained I
members of the organizati r. r
at the door.
Plans for nation-wide B'nai B'rith membership drive are out;
lined here as E. Albert Pallot president of the Greater Murru
B'nai B'rith Council, (seated, center) meets with top workers, in
photo, (seated, left) Julius FUher. secretary of District Gran a
Lodge No. 5; Pallot: Harry Brager of Washington. D. C. nationai
membership director of B'nai B'rith. Standing, (L to r.) Milton
Friedman; George J. Talianoff, general membership chairman
the drive in South Florida: and LouU Heiman. pt president
District Grand Lodge No. 5. All women's chapters will also panic*
pate in the drive, Oct. 13 through Dec 3.


Mrs. Stone Presented With Scroll By
Miami Hebrew School, Congregation
Rabbi Simon April, Mrs. Sarah B. Stone, E. L. Becker
Mrs Sarah Beila Stone was
honored with a testimonial ora-
tion and presented with a spe-
cially prepared scroll "in appre-
ciation of her contributions to the
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation" during the Kol Nidre
services at the synagogue Sun-
day.
Mrs. Stone recently donated an
Aron Kodesh to the congregation
in memory of her husband, Abra-
ham Isaac Stone.
The surprise oration, delivered
by Rabbi Simon April in behalf
of the numbers and staff of the
congregation, was in praise of
"Mrs, Stone's sincere and unpre-
tentious efforts and her open-
handed generosity toward the
congregation." Mrs. Stone, her
sens. Jack. Ben. George, Louis,
Perry, Elry and daughter Mrs.
Raymond Kutner, were among
the organizers and charter mem-
bers of this organization pledged
to religious :ind cducationel acti-
vities for the Jewish youth of
the community.
The engrossed scroll is the
handiwork of E. L. Becker, a
member of the congregation.
Drawn on parchment, the design
in golds, blues and reds embodies
the marble effect of the pulpit,
posts and decorative patterns of
the wall. Borders in gold include
symbolic religious figures of the
tribes oi Juduh.
The wording is arranged so
that the initial letter of each line,
when read vertically spells out
Sarah Stone.
The inscription reads:
"So that we may revere
And praise hereBe it
Resolved that, with sincere
Appreciationwe do
Honor our own beloved
SARAH BEILA STONE
Sagacious and kind
Tireless in her efforts
Open handed and devoted
Noble in deeds, we are
Everlastingly grateful and
humble."
This is fololwed by a benediction
prepared by Rabbi April, and
lettered in Hebrew and trans-
lated in English:
"May the G-d of Your Fathers
Help you; May the Almighty
Bless you with a Long Life
and Happiness."
The parchment is framed with
a grey, blue and gold border with
roller top and bottom and when
rolled, resembles a miniature
Torah. Becker enclosed this in a
purple and gold "mantele" to
give it a completely finished ef-
fect.
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
Congregation Kneseth Israel
(Orthodox). 1415 Euclid Ave..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H.
Ever.
i'i iday evening Succos service* at
:0 i. in Saturday morning services
at B:0 a.m. Rabbi Ever win deliver
the Succos sermon. Mim-ha services
followed by Maarlv. Sunday service
8:30 a.m. Italilii Ever will speak. .Mln-
cha at 5:15. Cantor M. Yardelnl wni
chant the services. Dally services
at 8 a.m. At 5:43 p.m. dally Rabbi
r.ver conducts a class In Jewish
J'<;ws and Customs, followed by
Mlncha. Services at 6:15 p.m. Maariv
at 6:45 p.m. Talmud Torah registra-
tion after 3 p.m. dally. Daily classes
in session rrom 8:S0 to .30 p.m. Mon-
day through Thursday, 10 a.m. to
12 noon .Sunday. Succos party Tues-
day.
United Jewish Schools, South
Campus, University of Miami.
Classes at 1" a.m.
Hebrew Academy. 918 6th St.,
Miami Beach.
Friday evening services at 5:80, Sat-
urday morning services at :. Mlncha
at 5:45. Daily services at 7:30 a.m.
and 5:80 p.m.
Dally services at 7 a.m. Friday night
services at 8 p.m. Refreshments will
be served Immediately following the
services. Saturday morning services
at 9 a.m.
Israelite Center (General), 3346
S.W. 24th St.
Congregation Beth El (Ortho-
dox), 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi
Murray Graucr. Cantor Milton
Friedman.
FVIday evening services 5:45 Sab-
bath morning service at 8:30 a.m.
Rabbi Grauer will preach on "The
Temporary and the Permanent: A
Comparison.'' On Sunday at 8:30 the
rabbi Will speak on "Four Distinct
Types in Harmony." Annual Succos
party will take place Tuesday at 4
p.m. With Beth 101 playing hosts to
Students -if Miami Hebrew School and
Congregation. Sunday school 10 a.m.
Daily religious school 8:30 to 6:30.
Dally religious services 8 a.m. and
6 p.m.
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.
N. W. Religious Congregation,
3681 N. W. 2nd St.
Services Saturday morning at 9:00
o'clock.
Coral Gables Jewish Center
(Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop.
S_uccos party tonight at 8:15 In
Succah on temple grounds, 32i Paler-
mo Ave., Coral Gables,
Temple Isaiah (Reform), 1065
Dade Blvd., Miami Beach. Rabbi
Moshay P. Mann.
Friday evening services at 8:15.
Rabbi Moshay P. Mann will conduct
services and deliver the sermon. His
topic will be "The Significance of
Succos." A reception will follow the
services.
Congregation Beth David (Con-
servative). 135 N.W. Third At*.
Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice
Mamches.
Succos festival to lie ushered Fri-
day at 7 p.m. with reception In
Succah adjoining new synagogue.
Sabbath morning servtces at 8:30.
Rabbi Shapiro and Cantor Mamches
will officiate. Bar Mitzvah of Mar-
shall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell
S*hapo. Theme of Rabbi Shapiro's
talk will be "Translstlon." Student
services will be held In vestry' room
Saturday and Sunday at 10 a.m.
Hebrew classes are In session at Tal-
mud Torah until further notice Reg-
istration for Hebrew and Sunday
schools still open.
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation (Orthodox), 1101 S.W.
12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Berele Kelemer.
Services Friday evening at 5:45.
Saturday morning at 9 a.m. Rabbi
April will speak on "The Feast of
the Lord.' Mlncha at 5:30 p.m. followed
by Shalos Seudos and Zmlros. Maarlv.
Sunday morning service at 9. The
rabbi's topic will be "Jewish Nation-
alism leading to Unlversallsm." Mln-
cha 5:30. Hebrew school dally 3:15
to 6:15 p.m. Dally services at 7:30
a.m. and 5:45 p.m.
Congregation Young Israel (Or-
thodox), 4001 Chase Ave., Miami
Beach.
Friday evening services at 5:30. Sab-
hath morning services at 9, Mlncha at
5:30. Dally services at 8 a.m. and
5:30 p.m.
Congregation Beth Jacob (Or-
thodox), 301-311 Washington Ave.,
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff.
Holiday of Succos will open with
services at 5:30 p.m. Friday. Morning
services will be held Saturday and
Sunday 8:30. Rabbi Mescheloff's ser-
mon topic on Saturday will be "The
Walls of Home" and on Sunday, "The
Fruits of the Land." All services
will be chanted by Cantor Louis
Feder. Afternoon services Saturday
and Sunday will be at 5:3".
Temple Beth Shoiom (Liberal),
4144 Chase Ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor
Samuel Kelemer.
Friday evening service at 8:15 p.m.
Sabbath Succos. Rabbi Kronish will
speak on "Is the House of American
Israel Built Like a Succah?'' An
Oneg Sliabbat and Sin.....s party will
follow In the temple Succah. Sab-
bath service 10:45 a.m. Children's
SUCCOS harvest festival followed by
Succos party.
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center (Conservative), 1701
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor
Jacob Y. Goldring.
Friday evening service at 6:00. Sat-
urday and Sunday morning services
at 9. Rabbi Lehrman will preach both
mornings. Cantor Goldring will chant
assisted by the choir. Junior congre-
gation services Saturday anil Sun-
day at 9:30 a.m. In chapel.
Congregation Beth Tfilah (Or-
thodox), 935 Euclid Ave., Miami
Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovsky.
Friday evening Succos service at
5:45 p.m. Saturday morning at 8:30
Rabbi Rackovsky will speak on "Sup-
port to the Falling Tabernacle." Mln-
cha at 5. Sunday morning at 8:30 tho
Rabbi will on "Lulov and Its .Ap-
purtenances." Mlncha at 5. Daily
services at 7:30 a.m. Class In Mlshna
will be addressed by the rabbi. Serv-
ices at 5:45 p.m. followed by a class
In Jewish laws and customs.
North Shore Jewish Center,
7126 Abbott Ave., Miami Beach.
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will be guest
speaker Friday at 8 p.m. His sub-
ject will he "Succos: Symbol of Faith
In Humanity.1' A reception will fol-
low the service.
Temple Israel (Reform), 137
N.E. 19th St. Rabbi Colman A.
Zwitman; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan,
Rabbi Emeritus.
Sabbath evening service at 8:15.
Festival of tabernacles services. Rab-
bi Zwitman will preach on "God In
Nature and Human Nature." On Sat-
urday morning at 11 Rabbi Zwitman
will preach on "Building the Taber-
nacle of Peace In Our Day." All
children who attend Sunday school
for first time Sunday will be con-
secrated In a special service in tho
Succah.
New Music Service
Now Offered Here
A revolutionary new method of
providing wired background
music for hotels, restaurants, bars
and offices is now being offered
by the Twin City Sound, Inc.,
600 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach.
Called Lyric, the new service
eliminates the use of the tele-
phone line, usually employed in
wired music, thereby cutting the
cost of personalized music dras-
tically. The service is offered for
twenty dollars per month regard-
less of the size of the establish-
ment.
The music for Lyric is broad-
cast directly to the business over
a private FM frequency. On their
first day of operation, Twin City
installed Lyric in two large Mi-
ami Beach hotels and they have
not slowed down since they be-
gan.
Melvin L. Ziegler, president of
Twin City, is a former engineer
for a large wired music company.
He has been in the music service
field for ten years and is
thoroughly familiar with all of
its aspects.
Additional information may be
obtained by calling 58-4119.
The world's oldest town, Cadiz,
Spain, has maintained its identi-
ty and name for about 3,000
U.S. Scientist Doubts
Ark Is Still On Ararat
NEW YORK. (JTA)Doubt
that Noah's Ark remains on
Mount Ararat, in Turkey, was
expressed here by William Wood.
a member of the expedition which
attempted last summer to find
the Biblical vessel which was re-
portedly resting somewhere on
the mountain.
Mr. Wood said that conditions
'xtant on the mountaininclud-
ing the fact that the area is fre-
quently subjected to earthquakes
--make it highly improbable that
ne Ark has survived after all
hese centuries. He said that if
he Ark rested on the cone of
>ne mountainwhich the expedi-
tion was unable to reach"it
would be encased in 100 feet of
ice in a region where ice and
'now never melt. If it were be-
low the ice field, it would no
longer be recognizable," he added.
African natives sometimes make
UU&an sacrifices to trees, accord-
ing to the Encyclopaedia Brit-
innica.
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c photos der't ow Je 'ish Community Centers, schools,
oublic and Jewish community lit aries. synagogues and other com-
munUy agencies utilize displays nd exhibits, library sermnarsand
otter techniques in the widesp ead observance of Jew.sh Book
Month which will be celebrated this year 'rom November 11 to
December 11 under the auspices of the Jewish Book Council of
i America, sponsored by the National Jewish Welfare Board.



PAGE TEN
*Jeist> ihrkkan
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7






Miami Jewish Center Inaugurates
Friday Afternoon Fun-Fests For Kids
Movies will highlight the first
weekly Friday afternoon fun-fest
for children of the community to-
day at 3:30 at the Miami Jewish
Community Center. 450 S.W. 16th
Ave.
Scheduled to be shown are
"Sing a Song of Friendship." Irv-
ing Caesar"s cartoon creations de-
picting brotherhood of man:
"Monarchs of the Ring." featur-
ing famous prizefighters of the
past several years; two cartoons,
and a reel taken at the center's
day camp last summer.
Public school children of all
ages are invited to attend. The
Friday afternoon program is part
of the center's recreational after-
school activities.
For the following Friday. Octo-
ber 14. a Succos party and Mac-
cabiad are planned.
The daily after-school chedule
includes a girl's club, for girls
ages eight to ten, Monday and
Wednesday afternoons at 3:30; a
boys' and girls' recreational
group, for children ages six and
seven. Tuesday and Thursday
afternoons at 3:30: and a mite
football league and archery les-
sons for boys from eight to
eleven every afternoon at 4:30. A
series of boxing bouts and in-
struction is being planned for
November.
LEGAL NOTICE
Jews In Sports
Bv HASKELL COHEN
Mel Allen, popular New York I George off the boards in an inter-
sportcaster. received his fourth [ hotel game. Mikan recommended
successive citation from the
Sporting News, baseball bible,
as the outstanding announcer in
the American League this season.
Allen handles the N. Y. Yankee
baseball games. He has been in
radio since 1937 when he joined
CBS upon leaving the University
of Alabama.
He has served six times as one
of the World Series' broadcasters
and has worked nine years on All
Star games. He has been describ-
ing the Yankee games the past
four seasons. Mel is known for
his smooth diction and acts as
master of ceremonies at special
events in Yankee Stadium.
Allen (nee Israel) attended col-
lege to become a lawyer but got
sidetracked into radio when he
began to handle the college foot-
ball games. His mother had hoped
that Mel would follow in the foot-
steps of his forefathers, a long
line of cantors. Mel doesn't have
to sing for his money. He reputed-
ly knocks down a cool one hun-
dred thousand dollars per an-
num. In addition to baseball he
does football, basketball on tele-
vision, and works for a newsreel
company.

Hal Saltzman of the Portland
Beavers won 22 games against 13
losses for a seventh place club
in the Pacific Coast League. Last
Sunday he was called in to quell
an uprising against San Diego
and closed the game by picking
Al Rosen off at se*cond base, no
mean feat for a right hander.

Saul Rogovin who joined Buf-
falo five weeks after the season
started posted a strikeout pace of
163 men in 198 innings. He racked
up 20 k's in posting two wins
over Jersey City in the first pay-
off series conducted last week in
the International League. Saul
should make the grade next sum-
mer with the Tigers. His many
strike outs indicate the Jewish
lad has plenty of speed.
the lad to the Lakers manage-
ment who told George to have the
kid report at Minneapolis. Stein
is a few years away from NBA
ball if he ever makes the grade
but it is nice to see that Mikan
was looking for talent on his re-
cent summer stay in the moun-
tains.

Nat Holman has his City Col-
lege hoopsters out already for a
week of viewing moving pictures
before they get started with their
physical conditioning. City is
looking forward to one of its best
years on the court with big Eddie
Roman taking over at center.

Al Roth, the figure in the City-
N. Y. U. tussel, has decided to
stay at City after all. N. Y. U. also
lost out on Norman Grecken who
ended up at LaSalle much to the
dismay of N. Y. U.'s Newark
alumnus who was so positive he
had the Philly kid lined up for
his alma mater.
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THK
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT nK
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No
itnu
THEODOR RoKEBURY. Plaintiff, vs.
LILY ROSEIU'RY. I 'efendant.
TO: LILY ROSEBURT
ITS West Tth Street
New York :4. N. V
YOU ARE HEREBY ORDERED to
file your appearance to the Hill of
Complaint for Divorce, filed against
vou bv THEODOR KOSEHl'RY, on or
before the Tth day of November.
1949. otherwise the allegations of said
bill will be taken a.- i onfessed by
you.
Dated this :,th day of October, AD.
1949.
B, B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By \VM. W". STOCKING.
I "eputy Clerk.
MARION BRoi'KS
Solicitor for Plaintiff
>:: I'lvmpla Building
Miami. Florida
10 7-14-21-2S 11'4
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THK COUNTY JUDGE'S CoURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No.
--1.
In Re ESTATE OF
HARRY R. R< 'SEN.
Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Ytiu. and each of you, are hereby
notified anil required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
either of you, may have against the
esute Of HARRY R. ROSEN, de-
-ed of Dad, iYunty, Florida,
to the Hon. W F BI.ANTON, County-
Judge of Dade County, and file the
same in his office in the County
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
within eight calendar months from
the date of the first publication here-
of. Said claims or demands to contain
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY Jl'IX'.E'H Court
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FIX)RIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
22656.
In Re: ESTATE OF
MORRIS FREUND,
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You, and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either, of you. may have against the
estate of Morris Freund deceased late
of Dade County, Florida, to the Hon.
W. F. BLANTON, County Judge of
Dade County, and file the same In
his office in the County Courthouse
in Dade County. Florida, within eight
calendar months from the elate 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 September 27, A.D. 1949.
HAL VINA FREUND,
As Administrator cum testamento
annexo of the Estate of Morris
Freund, Deceased.
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Administrator c.t.a.
9/30 10/7-14-21
LEGAL NOTICES
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AMI
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY, No. 127492.
LEONA KLINE, Plaintiff, vs. ROB-
ERT KLINE. Defendant.
TO: ROBERT KLINE (whose present
address Is:)
IRC. Area 6, A. P. O. 407
rare of Postmaster
New York, New York
(Whose permanent residence Is:)
3133 Brighton 7 Street.
Brooklyn. New York.
You are hereby required to file your
appearance to Plaintiffs Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce in the above-styled
cause on or before the 31 dav of
October. 1949: otherwise, the allega-
tions of said Bill will be taken as
Phil Slosbourg, former Temple
backfield ace. looked very good
for the N. Y. Bulldogs in the
opening grid contest against the
Philly Eagles held in a rainstorm
last week at the Polo Grounds.
Phil is on the slight side as pro
gridders come, but he is fleet
afoot and runs well to the out-
side. Despite a muddy field and
dangerous underfooting the Phil-
adelphia youth performing for
Ted Collins got off several times
for good yardage against the
bruising, charging Eagle line. As
a matter of fact Slosburg was the
only Bulldog back who made any
headway against the champions
of the National Pro League.
Marvin Pregulman, the former
Michigan center, is also serving
with the Bulldogs. His successor
Dan Dworsky has graduated from
Michigan to the Los Angeles Dons
in the rival circuit.
*
Dave Zinkoff, the great Zinky
to GI's stationed in Alaska dur-
ing the war, writes that he has
come quite a long way since his
GI days. Zinky is announcer at
Shibe Park where he handles the
ball games on the loud speaker.
He writes, "The other day Connie
and Earle Mack shared their
sandwiches with me between
games of a doubleheader."

Jack Stein, a New York school
boy who attended LIU for one
year, is trying out with the Min-
neapolis Lakers, NBA champions.
George Mikan saw the kid in the
Catskill Mts. this past summer
and liked the way he fought
Hadassah I nil
To Meet Monday
The Miami Beach Business and
Professional Hadassah will be
hostesses to the Miami Business
and Professional unit Monday
evening at 8:30 at the Miami
Beach Y, according to an an-
nouncement by Lillian Goodman,
president.
The program will open with a
prayer on the "Esrog and Lulov"
by Edwin Ginsburg, ten year old
son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Zion
Ginsburg. He will also chant Kid-
dush. A film, "Naomi Says Yes,"
will be followed by a skit in
which Jean Brown, Dorothy
Parker and Bea Rapport will
participate. Refreshments will be
served.
A special invitation is extended
by Miss Goodman to all Jewish
women who are not yet affiliated
with Hadassah.
The group is also planning a
games party to be held at the
Cadillac Hotel on Wednesday,
October 19. Chairman Evelyn
Brown is arranging the program.
Contribution will be one dollar.
the legal address of the claimant and
to be sworn to and presented as afore- ----
said, or same will be barred. See I confessed by you.
Section 12" of the 1933 Probate Act. DATED at Miami. Flor
Date October 4th, A.D. l!-4.
HARRIET E. ROSEN.
As Executrix of the List Will and
Testament of HARRY R. ROSEN,
Deceased
FRANK E. SOLOMON
Attorney for HARRIET E ROSEN,
Executrix
1" T-14-21-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Roberta Barclay at 21$ N E. 1st Ave.,
Miami, Florida, intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
Bertha Thoroughgood Snc-llenburg
Sole Owner
A J. KAPLAN
Attorney for applicant
1703 Congress Bldg
10/7-14-21-2$
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT <>F THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 127491.
SARAH BROWNSTEIN. Plaintiff, vs.
ISADORE BROWNSTEIN, Defend-
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: ISAlMiRE BROWNSTEIN
Care of Jewish Consumptive Relief
Society
Bblvak, Colorado
You are hereby required to file your
appearance to Plaintiff s Bill of Com-
plaint for Annulment in the above-
styled caused on or before the 31 dav
Of October. 1949, otherwise the al-
legations of said Bill will be taken
as confessed bv vou.
DATED at Mia'ml. Florida, this 29
day of September. 1949
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M C. FE1GE.
_ Deputy Clerk.
SAM SILVER
Solicitor for Plaintiff
1703 Congress Bldg.,
Miami. Florida
9/30 10/7-14-21
Ida. this 29
day of September, 1949.
E li. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M C. FEIGE,
Deputy Clerk.
SAM SILVER
Solicitor for Plaintiff
17"3 Congress Building
Miami. Florida
9/30 10/7-14-21
NOTICE UNOJR FJcTitToui
J^" ">? under the fIctuio 8a" In
Miami Beach LaundromV, / ,rime of
at 1805 20th Street \t & M^niti
Florida, intends or:e|V:1!nl, ?EZ
with the Clerk of thee" real r" "am
Dade County, Florida Co'Jrt of
ro ^.eMOwCnr-
bK^'biV gros^erg
9/9-16-23-30 10/7
NOT*. NOR pj^p
NOTICE IS HERE,:v .,,.. k
the undersigned, desiring N tha'
business under the fki-i' -"'Be in
MARSHALL'S SERVkVv'-- :an, -'
N. W 79th Street. ML :f y7 at {W
tend to register said no ''''. n-
Clerk of the Circui? gK2 w;th, ,he
County. Florida. un A ^e
CHARLES K \I.-\
MILLER &BPE0NDJE*LLN '
MS Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fla.
9/16-23-30 10/7-14
NOTICE UNDMrjcrTT^
the-'uSnU'K'V- :V!:X
!H5,_HK.ttn SSJS
EZRYEL SOLNIK
Sole (>...,.
BURNETT ROTH
Attorney for Applicant
9/16-23-30 10/7-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Union Credit at 21".S Ponce de Leon
Blvd.. Coral Gables. Florida, Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
EMKAY, INC
! 16-23-30 10/7-14
NOTICE TO APPEAR
27344.
Miyj^SEJl jON*SON. Plaintiff, vs.
MARY RITA JOHNSON, Defend-
ant
Vou MARY RITA JOHNSON, 469
Guy Park Avenue. Amsterdam New
lork, are notified to file your appear-
ance In the above cause for divorce
??ia e.w24th. day of October, A.D.
Jvm'K thel?'"e. decree ro confesso
will be entered against you.
A.Dat1949UliS 21 da>' f SePtemb"-
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. YV. STOCKING,
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN ePUt>' ^
Attorney for Applicant
Seybold Bldg.
9,23-30 10/7-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW S
.NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th.
the undersigned desiring erSuMta
business under the fit n-
MILTON'S AUTO SERV
N.E. Second Avenue. M.
",tend <> register sail name -Mth the
Clerk of the Circuit
County, Florida. au*
MJLTON LIBERT
GEORGE LEVITT
, ARTHUR LE
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Applicants
9/23-30 10.7-14-21
Bunche To Speak
Dr. Ralph Bunche, acting me-
diator for the United Nations,
will make the opening address
at the annual meeting of the
Florida State Conference of So-
cial Work in West Palm Beach
on Nov. 13.
The meeting will last through
Nov. 16, and will be attended by
professional and lay workers of
Greater Miami.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fltcltious name of
ic? o Cosmetics at 1922 S W
The greatest depth yet found rSLSr^Sti'SKEi "SMl- ln,end t0'
in the Atlantic is #54i meters, to\JgjUff SSt 0.%^ SS&
the Puerto Rico trough. \ Florida. **uWl
elephant's trunk can handle ob-1 { }5tina |herTAKTZ
Partner's
9/23-30 10/7-14
jects as small as a penny.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
,.^___ NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fltcltious name of
Drake Wholesale Meals at 2"01 N \V
62nd Street in the City of Miami,
Horida, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade Countv. Florida
IRVING KANER
Owner
LOUIS SCHWARZKOPF
Attorney for Applicant
927 Lincoln Road
9/23-30 in/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
.^,m, NAME LAW
.h^?.TiCE, IS "EREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
Tht'neS,S U,"derihe "ctitious name of
Jewish Floridian Commercial
_. R.DER OF PUBLICATION
I-\THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1ITH JUDICIAL
FI^RIDA, IN AND F DAM
1274Y9 ~ IN CHAN( ert'
REBECCA AARONSON. iff v,
NATHAN AARONSON
To: NATHAN AARONSON
The Levindale
Belvedere & Greensprlns ., .-
r.altlmore 15, Maryland
You are hereby ordered
appearance or answer
Complaint for Divorce ; -:
you by REBECCA AARONSo.N on
or before the 2Mh dav
1949, otherwise the allegal
Bill will be taken as confessed against
you.
DONE AND ORDEIIEI.
of September, 1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN'.
. Clerk, Cli
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
____,. V- putj Clerk.
TURK & NEWMAN
Solicitors for Plaintiff
9/30 10/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE I HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to 1 is
business under the flctltl 1 .1 me of
SAMMY LEESS AUTO PARTS t
number 3197 DOUGLAS ROAD, In the
City of MIAMI, Florida. Intends to
register the said name with I Clerk
of the Circuit Court of D
Florida.
FRANK COHEN
9/16-23-30 10/7
9..6.23-30 I&3? STFAG'
NOTICE TO APPfjp
|o^.-1.'cfficgOUNTY.
HELMY KLEMCHUK rialntiff v.
JOHN D KLEMCHUK. Defendant
TOT. JOHN D. KLEMCHUK"l?"l7
SSL* -Kedl1?.. Avenue. Chicago. ]"l|I
anc8e ff SKS? "U VourTppe'ar-
JD fu-..the.aD0V.e cause for divorce
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.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
^JH^ CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FREDERICK C. MORLOCK, Plain-
IHth1' S^T"'7?^ MORLOCK. 107-26
slant wS K'chn""'d Hill,' Long
island. New lork, are notified to file
your appearance In the above cause
'A D Tle Z,lhe ,'7,h day of October
fewo Im 'herrlse. dec,ve Pr con-
fto.J".vS entv'^ against you.
AD m9,hl8 13 "ay of Member.
Hy M. C. FEIOE,
ESSfJ- FRIEDMANePU,y C'erk-
Seybold Bldg.
AAor.'iej; for ''laintiff
/l-23-3u 10/7
on the 31st day of oVtoner AD 7949
e^r^SigarnC.rryoPu C"f6"0 *"'
ADa,ei949,hlS 22nd day of ^Ptember.
vaimA k&BFaua' c,erk-
By WM. W. STOCKING,
MILTON A. FRIEDMANePU,y C'erk
Att"r"jy for Plaintiff
Seybold Building
9/30 10/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES that
the undersigned, desiring to el
business under the flctltl IS n
Kenlen Hotel at 2162 N YV. 1st Ave-
nue, Miami, Florida, Int.:.!- I :.gis-
ter said name with the Clerk 1 the
Circuit Court of Dade Com
KALMAN M. ROCKER
Sole Owner
FREDERICK S. OROSSBERG
Attorney for Applicant
704 Biscayne Bldg.
9/30 10/7-14-21-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring I
business under the fictitious name of
Herbert's Juvenile Boot' :
S. W. 8th Street. Miami. F. Ida, in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Bade
County, Florida.
HERBERT OSTER
Sole Owner
9/16-23-30 10/7-14
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO make
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
avflUN-
CLEMETT P. CURTISS.
Deceased.
0mmm
flnal"Viai k Sald flnal "Port .nd for
Serc^M^T^-^RTIst
This 20 day of September, 1949.
MAX R. S&VER* THURBER.
^^oey,o^,fxecu,or-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage >
business under the fictitious name or
HOFFMAN'S SODA SHOP at 14
South West 8th Street, Miami, Flor-
ida, Intend to register said n J ''
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of DM*
County, Florida,
IRVIN SIRKIN
SAMUEL RAPAPOR1
ELRY STONE
Attorney for Irvln Sirkin and
Samuel Rapaport
1010 Congress Building
Miami. Florida
9/16-23-30 10,7-14 ___
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW h ,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN law
the
bi
Flagler Street, Miami, Flol as,
tends to register said name "'
Clerk of the Circuit Court of '
County, Florida. ___
STANLEY WEBER
Sole Owner
BREGER AND STAIMAN
Attorneys for Applicant
23j Lincoln Road
t/li-13-JO 10/7
NOTICE IS HEREBY Cl\ !> '
[he undersigned, desiring to (i"-'-"-* .
Business under the fictitious nanw
Stan's Bar and c.rill at l "[


mmAY. OCTOBEH 7, 1949
B'nai B'rith To Launch First Nationwide
Membership Drive Thursday, October 13
For the first time in the history
f B'nai B'rith, largest and oldest
wish service organization, a
nation-wide membership cam-
paign will be launched next week,
Sorting to George J. Talianoff
membership chairman of the
B'nai B'rith Council.
B"Ou>- organization celebrates its
106th anniversary on October 13,
ffiiott pointed out. "And we
S ch ^ sing that day for the kick-
off in virtually every city m the
Country, of the most intensive
&o-door mobilization for
membership that we have ever
^Jewistthridlian
PAGE ELEVEN
k TaTanoff added that the organ-
isation, which was founded by 12
men in New York on October 13
?43 has grown to be the largest
Jewish mass membership body in
the world, with 330,000 members
in 1,600 men's lodges and wom-
en's chapters in the United States
and Canada. There are m addi-
tion 10.000 members in 100 lodges
,n 25 foreign countries.
"We hope to see every man in
Greater Miami a member of B nai
B'rith he declared. "We believe
we have a program of activities,
nroved sound by more than a
counselorships at nearly 200 col-
leges and universities; its achieve-
ments in building youth groups
and helping young people find
the right careers through its Vo-
cational Service Bureau; for aid-
ing veterans and sponsoring local
and national Americanism proj-
ects through its Americanism
Commission; and for its support
of numerous philanthropic and
health agencies.
Officers of the Greater Miami
B'nai B'rith Council, in addition
to Talianoff are: E. Albert Pallot,
president; Marx Faber, Dr. Leon-
and Glickstein, vice presidents;
Mark Silverstein, financial secre-
tary; George Bertman, treasurer;
Miss Claire Weiss, secretary,.
Mayor Harold Turk of Miami
Beach and William L. Pallot are
past presidents. Charles R. Jacob-
son is executive director. The
council represents almost 3,000
men, women and children in the
South Florida area.
Pioneer Women's Club
Opens Season Monday
Pioneer Women's Club No. Two
of Miami Beach will hold its in-
itial meeting of the season Mon-
day at 8 p.m. at Congregation
Knesth Israel, 1415 Euclid Ave.,
Miami Beach.
A report on the national con-
vention recently held in Philadel-
phia will be made by delegates,
Mrs. Celia Rubin, Mrs. Lena
Mintzes and Mrs. Elsie Wegman.
Mrs. A. Shedroff will preside.
Refreshments will be served by
Mrs. Sarah Malamut and her hus-
band in honor of the recent wed-
dings of two of their grandchil-
dren.
we have a program of activities
,ved sound by more than a
century of day-to-day work,
which provides opportunites for
men and women to make greater
contributions to their community
as good citizens, to render service
as Americans and Jews, and to
ioin together in promoting demo-
cracy, in aiding the sick and
need'v, and in harmonizing the
highest ideals of Americanism and
Judaism." ,.
B'nai B'rith lodges in South
Florida will inaugurate their
campaign with a series of kick-
off breakfasts, educational film
nights, membership smokers and
luncheons, at which time the
Dade County area will be divided
geographically for an all-out
door-to-door campaign.
Membership in B'nai B nth is
open to every Jewish person of
good moral character, aged 21 or
over. Those younger are eligible
to belong to B'nai B'rith's four
youth organizations: the AZA, for
boys from 14 to 18; the B'nai
B'rith Girl's Organization, for
girls from 14 to 18; and the B'nai
B'rith Young Men's and Young
Women's Organizations, whose
age range is from 18 to 26.
B'nai B'riththe name means
"Sons of the Covenant," and re-
fers to the covenant made by God
with Abrahamhas received
plaudits from every president
from Lincoln to Truman for its
outstanding contribtuions to
American community and nation-
al life. Currently it is perhaps
best know for its work in fight-
ing bigotry and promoting inter-
group relations through its Anti-
Defamation League. In addition,
it has gained international rec-
ognition for its Hillel Founda-
tions, which support religious and
recreational centers and special
Film To Highlight
Hadassah Meet
The film, "Naomi Says Yes,"
will highlight the Miami Group
of Hadassah open house member-
ship meeting to be held on Mon-
day afternoon at 1 o'clock in the
Biscayne Room of the McAllister
Hotel. A skit will follow with the
Mesdames Harold B. Cohen,
David Hess and George Buch in
the leading roles.
The program will be opened
With a prayer offered by Mrs.
Samuel Chernoff, and Mrs. Simon
April will give an interpretation
of the Succos Festival. "The Ha-
dassah Women in American Af-
fairs" will be the subject of a
talk by Mrs. Louis Heines.
Refreshments will be served,
and Mrs. David Hess, membership
chairman, will welcome all new
members.
Golden Agers Plan
Full Program
The Golden Age Friendship
Club of the Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center is planning a full
program for this coming year.
Since the afternoon forums met
with such success last year, the
forum will have its initial meet-
ing with Louis Schwartzman, ex-
ecutive director of the Bureau of
Jewish Education, as guest speak-
er on Tuesday at 4:30 p.m. The
forum group plans to discuss cur-
rent events, having readings from
Yiddish and English literature
and guest speakers.
On Thursday evenings Bob
Rubinstein will direct an alumi-
num craft class from 7:30 to 8:30,
while there will be a meeting of
the get-to-gether club from 8 to
10. Members who assemble for
the get-to-gether club spend
their time dancing, singing and
partaking of any special features
offered.
Beginning October 23 and for
each consecutive Sunday there-
after the Golden Agers will meet
on Sunday afternoons from 3 to 5
p.m. These meetings will be high-
lighted by outstanding speakers
from the community, musicales,
amateur programs and other spe-
cial events.
On November 20 which is the
club's second anniversary the
Golden Agers are presenting a
aniversary ball and family al-
bum affair. The family album will
be depiction of family life and
fashions from the turn of the
century until now, presented in
tableau form featuring the Gold-
en Agers.
Miami .HHS Unit
To Hold Social
The Greater Miami Auxiliary
of the Jewish Consumptive Re-
lief Society will hold a member-
ship social at the Sorrento Hotel,
Miami Beach, on Monday night.
Mrs. Herman Schonfeld, member-
ship chairman, and Mrs. Morris
Goluskin, ways and means chair-
man, have arranged the program,
which will include Jean and Jack
Carlton, dance team; Irving Lalb-
son, popular pianist; and Ruth
Foreman and Lillian Fox of the
Dramatic Academy.
Refreshments will be served.
Mizraehi Women
Plan Succos Fete
The Miami Beach Chapter of
Mizraehi Women will hold a
Succos party Tuesday at 2 p.m.
at Congregation Beth Jacob, ac-
cording to Mrs. Joseph Brenner,
honorary president and chairman
of the affair.
Mrs. Emanuel Karger will
speak on Palestine and a special
Succos program has been ar-
ranged.
Refreshments will be served
under the direction of Mrs. Ida
Friedman and her committee.
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"Picture In Your Mind," new
film production on building good
human relations, has been added
to the "Films for Democracy"
library of the Florida regional
office, Anti-Defamation League
of B'nai B'rith, according to an
announcement by Gilbert J. Bal-
kin, director. Balkin has an-
nounced this is the only print of
this production now available in
the state of Florida.
Produced by the International
Film Foundation, "Picture in
Your Mind" is a sequal to
"Boundary Lines," one of the
most popular productions on the
subject of combatting intoler-
ance.
Produced with a unique method
of animation and with a specially
composed musical score, "Picture
Ir: Your Mind" is narrated by
Walter Abel, noted stage and
screen actor. Theme of the film
is the essential unity and oneness
of mankind regardless of race,
religion, nationality or other
group diferences.
The film is available for show-
ings before groups and organiza-
tions at a nominal rental, accord-
ing to Balkin's. Bookings may be
arranged through the Florida re-
gional ADL office, 330 Seybold
Building, Miami, 3-6306.
Gables Center To Hold
Kiddush Service Tonight
The Coral Gables Jewish Cen-
ter will hold a short kiddush serv-
ice tonight at 8:15 in a succah
at the temple grounds, 320 Peler-
mo Ave., Coral Gables.
On Sunday morning children of
the Sunday school will have as
their guests at a Succos celebra-
tion 30 children from the National
Children's Cardiac Home.
Approved by
GREATER MIAMI VAAD
HAKASHRUS
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackoviky,
Director
Demand
SINAI
Pioneer Women's Counci
Holds Opening Meeting
The Council of Pioneer Wom-
en's Organization of Greater Mi-
ami held its opening meeting of
the season at the home of the
president, Mrs. Rosemary Gerson
Kaplan, 2992 Alton Road, Miami
Beach, Tuesday. Reports of sum-
mer activities were given by re-
presentatives of Miami's four
clubs.
Next meeting of the council is
slated for Tuesday, October 18, at
the home of Mrs. Sara Shapoff,
318 S.W. 28th Road. It will be in
the form of a birthday party in
honor of the organizaton's 24th
anniversary. Mrs. Kaplan an-
nounces that a cultural program
will be presented.
AJC Board Meeting
Miami Chapter of the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress will hold a
board meeting on Wednesday at
12:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. L.
Auerbach, 5888 S.W. 31st St., Mrs.
A. A. Hayden, president, has an-
nounced. Members are invited for
dessert and coffee.
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""PAY, OCTOBER?
w^^.
succos
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Today Succos mom wn real-
istic to m when we recall Um
fad that many tbouaaadi of Jews
in Israel are ... -. ....e the;.- an-
cestors didia booths
According t: the atidrasa
Jacob was t.-.e f.rs: : ; bacive the
festival at Succos Jacob had
second r.arr. e Israel As : recall
There :s a v.-ra;-.. Story f
Jacob having rr.oe falser, asleep
ar.d diirmg that sle-er all :he land
rf Palestine f.ldei up under him
.re Duplications of the story
are plain Somehow the Jewish
people and their land are a_ss>;.-
a:ed : with Jacob than
w:th ar.;- :: the Jther patriarchs
and I think, as we read the
Bibbcal story, we car. sympathize
With thiS '.iri.^.i
Janefe .5 the no patriarch who ,
has rest names Fun he .s Jacob, I
then he becomes Israel Some of
the American Ind iaru followed a
practice ::' tdviDg their children
two rarr.es .r.ey -:_li give the
new-born babe one name ar.d
later, when, the child grew up
ar.d -.5 rrararter became crj Stal-
btsecL they would frn him an-
other r,ane :r. the basis at r.i
development
It see ; tc me there is a Mod
deal ;'. 1:p.; ..-. t>_s practice Take
the ease of Jacc
Bible He seems
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Dykes To Meet
creamer.
irrtencs with the higher forces
I nsspert that ha mother, Re-
her friends that her boy Jacob
was son~th^ of a problem Esau AbrOmS Monday
was quite ar.ether story B< could f
t-ke his bow and arrow ar.d On Monday night Bobby E
rr.r. home the game just like sensational Texas welter I
that He was a success. Hi* old ,. ;; fac< ; Kii test ,,hc- -..
mar. was tackled with rirr. ar.; .
t _...,. c. .. jj jver b steps through the r :^ meei
But young Jacob was deferent Miam:"s former "Golden Boy
.re 3.:.; :e..s as of hu iisposi- Frankk Abri ms in tht ten-i un .
two t: stay within ha tent He feature event at the Dinner :-;
probably c:: .: a 1:: at bo ks arena
from tne r.r:_:a:mi: library H:s 7v: Texas K ha;
..... .
Masai Bea:h Jewish CeksntMSSjIy Center membership committee plans fall membership drive at
v.-, .< ;>. M:rr> Goodrr.ir. ".IS W.'Di L:dc Dr. Shown sealed, left to right; are Dr. Herman Mech-
:Ta president of center men s club: Harry Sirkdn. presidenl of the center; Rabbi Irving Lehr-
=&= Ben Zicr. filinlwim chairman of membership committee; Dr. Morris Goodman 'standing, left
:c ricjtU Sara Halperin. Irving Cypen. Matthew Silverstein, Irving ShaUman. Irving Firtel. Samuel
Uptcn. Gi^>er: J. Balkan, Al Osheroff. Jack D. Burris.
Position XS .mini
Seminar graduated experi-
enced Hebrew Teacher wants
position in Florida Communi-
ty. Willing to be achve in
community life.
Write A. Bialostoxky
321 Jefferson Ave.. Miami
Beach or leave telephone mes-
sage with David Lamberger at
58-9846. 710 Jefferson At*.,
Miami Beach

-.1 man would say t: n:m earned NBA rating
""rat s g:.n :: re tne :a:hl:;' winning his last 32 fights will
Always with the books Books-{be meeting his toughest rompeti-
shmooks tion tc late in Abrams For the
:a::r n.rn^e.: was probably past year ani a half Franri
~:rr-.ed. Trie Bir.e tells ^s that been fighting in and : New
Esau was tc have gotten the final Y such stellar r-er-
r:-^.n: "^"e may be sure :na: .: formers as Tonv Falc V.nnie
:n^ ^ s: ba fa'Jier had shown Rossarx an;. R man Ave er He
-- has won ha la;: ;.x fighu ani
prelerertce ::r i^a^ t::m

w_se ar.; c_.;.:.; perceive -n; a
lei: tha a ar.x.;u; t: make it seven in 1
children ar; :.. in ha :-z. ::rd city A
Hebrew Acadeinv Will Conduct
Mpmbor^hip Week October 8-16
The week f the 5_.. .- holidav, October 8 to 16. has beer.
designated "Academy Membership Week.'" Dr. David S. And.-on.
president, has announced.
"During this week, efforts .ill be rr.ade by the membership
committee V re-enroll members of the academy and to obtain
srships fr m those whe have ..fore been unaffiliated
with tin rat; n Anir:n s^:i
In his call tc membership. Dr. .\ndron urged the en:.re com-
~.:.r..:^ themselves ith this progressivi nd Itu I cause
un :..- n the hist ry :' Miami Beach. To secure the future of our
pe pic and the destiny :' American Israel genuine education and
;dmg pr gress in the field : the mind and spirit are indispensa-
ble H- brew Academy, as one of the primary bulwarks of cul-
n our Southeastern scene, must be supported by all our
I tens Deemed about the future of our people. Membership fee
is small:t .; :ne constructive ass :iati n with :he acaden ; th I
chiefly ani pre-eminently significant We ur;e every k I join this
far rea og eni
In: nnect: n with this program, the Hebrew A
.:; first n eeting : the seas n >n Tuesday at 8 p.m in tne school
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tta. Bismrr- ability tc i
S: Jacoc -as t:._:.ea .-..- make th.r.a; really ~ : I *
.red ana she_resorted u iecep- Dykes m his 1 tight 1
Featuri r v.ill be Rabbi Irving Lehrman Sol L. Sugar-
...-. principal will affei greetings Cantor Maurice Mamches will
present a m.usi.al program ani the children of the academy will
participate in ..... nun bers at holiday i ng ^ f Israel.
Dr. Andron will preside Trad.:, nal Succos refreshm-.nts will be
5 as well as friends ..:c c rdiallj invited and there
r. .- ..:_". "" **
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1949
LIVES OF OUR TIMES
________*Jewisli ftcridiar)
PAGE THIRTEEN
ONE Of AMERICA'S MOST BRILLIANT
DINOMATS WHO HAS AIWAY5 SHUNNED
tieumiuont....... .
BfNJAM I N V. COHFN
P'OOIJCFOiV KO-M*K ___________f X f ft r* L Au^ a rt S M ,, ft,', r *
BORN IN INDIANA SJYfARS AGO, HE STUDIED AT
THE UNIVERSITY Of CHICAGO AND HARVARD
LAW SCHOOL.
INTERESTED IN JEWISH AFfAlRS.HE ACCOMMN
IED THE COMMITTEE OF JEWISH DELEGATIONS TO
VERSAILLES AFTER WORLD WAR I AS LEGAL
MUNStlWR,"0^
3S^
HF, H/i SERVED AS COUNSELLOR TO
THE STATE DEPARTMENT AND HAS BEEN
A MEMBER OF NUMEROUS U.S.GOVERN-
MENT MISSIONS ABROAD.HE ACCOMPANIED
MtESTRUMAN TO POTSDAM AFTER WORID WARD.
AFTER THE UN. APPROVED THE PALESTINE
PARTITiON DECISION SETTING UP THE
JEWISH STATE, H URGED STRONG US.
SUPPORT OF THE PLAN.
AN EARLY MEMBER OF THE LATE PRESIDENT
ROOSEVELT'S "BRAIN TRUSTEE IS CREDITED WITH
ORIGINATING MUCH OF THE NEW DEAL'S PRO-
GRESSIVE LEGISLATION.
LAST YEAR HE SERVED FOR A T/MF AS CMF
AMERICAN DELEGATE TO THE UN-GENERAL ASSEMBLY
HE ALSO URGED THAT THE HAGANAH BE
EQUIPPED TO PROTECT THE U.N.IMPLANTATION
COMMISSION WHICH WAS TO CARRY CUV TiiE
PARTITIONING OF PALESTINE.
Discrimination In Eastern Schools
PHILADELPHIA, (JTA)Dis-
crimination against qualified Jew-
ish students seeking admission to
colleges is widespread in private
colleges in the Northeast section
of the country, Elmo Roper, pub-
lic opinion analyst, declared this
week addressing the 11th annual
dinner meeting of the Philadel-
phia Jewish Community Relations
Council at the Hotel Warwick
here.
He said that this statement
comes as a result of a nationwide
study of factors affecting the ad-
mission of high school seniors to
college which he completed
earlier this year under the aus- |
pices of the American Council on
Education. The study, he declared,
was based on interviews with 15,-
000 high school seniors across the
country who had applied for ad-
mission to college, and been fol-
lowed up in September to find
out what happened to their ap-
plications.
"Our study," he said, "leaves
little doubt that it is more diffi-
cult for a Jewish student to get
You Go to Bed
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jnto the college he or she wants
to go to than is the case, for ex-
ample, with a Protestant or Cath-
olic student. The Jewish student
has to try many more colleges in
order to get into one, and in many
cases, he has to content himself
with going to a local, city col-
lege instead of going away from
home to an institution where he
might receive a better education
and which probably has more
prestige.
"The simple facts are that out-
of-town institutions in the nation
as a whole get 11 percent of their
applications from Jews but ac-
cord Jewish students only seven
percent of their places in the
freshman classes," he continued.
"In the Northeast area, the con-
trast is sharper than that. The
unfortunate thing is that the
group discriminated against most
heavily are the ablest students,
and those with a family back-
ground which makes a college
education most inevitable. The
highest ranking Jewish students
in the Northeastern area simplv
do not have an equal chance with
top-ranking Protestants and
Catholics to get into any college
they apply to."
Mr. Roper called for the state
of Pennsylvania to enact a Fair
Education Practices law, similar
to the one which exists in New
York and in Connecticut making
all cases of discrimination in
judging applicants for admission
to universities a violation of the
law.
U-M To Present
U.S. Navy Band
The University of Miami School
of Music will present the U. S.
Navy Band in concerts Tuesday
at 4 and 8:30 p.m. at Miami Edi-
son High School auditorium.
Lt. Cdr. Charles Brendler, who
has been conductor of the aggre-
gation since 1941, has been a
member of the band for 35 years.
Assisting him is CWO Richard E.
Townsend.
The afternoon matinee, cal-
culated to please young people,
will put the spotlight on popular
music, while the evening concert
will include selections by Tschai-
kowsky, Offenbach, Verdi, Gersh-
win and Strauss.
Tickets for the afternoon per-
formance are 60 cents. Entire
house is $1.20 for evening concert.
Polish Jews .11 ay
Take Property To
Israel With Them
(Continued from Page 1)
tion authorities.
The amount which the emi-
grant pays to the Exchange Of-
fice will not be transferred to
Israel in cash by the Polish gov-
ernment, but in the form of ex-
port goods, it was pointed out.
n.m the arrival of an emigrant
from Poland in Israel, he will re-
ceive from the Tel Aviv govern-
ment the sum approved by the
Polish Exchange Office, less 25
percent which will go into Is-
rael's treausry, it was stated.
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Richard Seizler is arranging with the noted sculptor Jo David-
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to Israel Mr. Seizler, who is to be the exclusive owner of the art
work, has spent much time in Israel ... He was recently elected
to the board of the Palestine Economic Corporation and has been
active in the UJA Michael Nisselson, recently named chairman
of the financial campaign committee for Herbert Lehman, candidate
for the U. S. Senate on the New York Democratic ticket, has for
many years been the president of the Amalgamated Bank of New
York ... He has held many high positions with the Council of
Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds His willing personality
and genial manner have gained him many friends and made him a
popular figure ... It was not because his laundry was late that the
inimitable sport broadcaster Mel Allen missed his chores on the
first day of Rosh Hashona Born Israels and destined for the
cantorial path until he wandered to the road of sports, his staying
away from duty that day has gained him the respect of many people,
Jews and Christians alike Jehudi Menhuin's refusal to play on
Yom Kippur eve should once and for all dissipate the vicious
rumour that that great artist was denying his Jewish origin .
Friends of Daniel Frisch say that the ZOA president is making great
progress in his negotiations with the Jewish Agency over the
question of Zionist funds An excellent negotiator, he is said to
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Paintings By Top Non-Objective Artists
To Highlight International Art Exhibit
Paintings by the three greatest
non-objective artists ot our time
will be shown in the Internation-
al Art Exhibit, opening Sunday.
October 16. at the Columbus Ho-
tel, it has been announced by
Charles R. Jacobson, chairman of
the show.
Wassily Kandinsky. Rudolf
Bauer and Hilla Rebay will be
represented by original oil paint-
ings loaned by the Museum of
Non-Objective Painting, the Solo-
mon R. Guggenheim Foundation,
of New York City.
This is the first time in Mi-
ami's art history that these con-
temporary masterpieces have
been shown in this area.
Russian-born Kandinsky paint-
ed spectacular abstractions as
early as 1911. and has exhibited
in all the important cities of the
world. He taught at the Bauhaus
in Weimar. Germany, and is the
author of the two classical treat-
ises on creative painting. "On the
Spiritual In Art." and "Point and
Line to Plane." He lived in Paris
from 1933 until his death on De-
cember 13. 1944. His greatest
works are on permanent exhibit
at the Museum of Non-Obiective
Painting, where a memorial show
was held in his honor in 1945.
Rudolf Bauer's non-representa-
tive paintings form a major part
of the works on display at the
Guggenheim Foundation. He
holds the position of top non-
objective artist, and received en-
couragement and guidance from
Baroness Hilla Rebay. director of
the gallery.
Baroness Rebay has been called
"the greatest woman painter." by
Felix Feneon. the foremost of
French art experts. Born in
Strassburg. Alsace, she has paint-
ed since she was six years old.
She received first prizes at the
Academies of Duesseldorf and
Paris before she was 16 years of
age. and exhibited in Rome and
Paris from 1923 to 1927.
She was invited to come to
America, and her first show took
place in the Worcester Museum
in 1927. followed by several one-
man shows in New York City.
She then exhibited in Paris sev-
eral times at the Salon de Tuil-
eries and at the Salon d'Autumne.
and showed with Gleizes and De-
launay in 1937 and 1938. Baroness
Rebay was chiefly responsible for
the first Salon for Non-Objective
Painting in Paris, in the Palais
des Beux Arts, opened by the
president of France in 1947. The
late Ivanhoe Rambasson. honor-
ary curator of all museums of
France, called Hilla Rebay the
creator of the school of collage
of Paris.
She exhibited 254 watercolors
in November, 1948 and is inter-
nationally famous as a painter,
an art-writer, lecturer and mu-
seum-director.
A famous story is told of
Madame Rebay's art vision and
foresight- as a young girl she
used her pocket money of five or
ten dollars to purchase paintings
by the then totally unknown and
ridiculed Van Gohn and Gauguin!
The International Art Exhibit
will be open free to the public
from October 16 to 23 at the Co-
lumbus Hotel, as part of the Dadc
County observance of United Na-
tions' week.
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Hadassah Group
To Meet Monday
Miami Beach Group of Hadas-
sah will hold its first member-
ship meeting of the season at
Temple Beth Sholom on Monday
at 1:30 p.m.. Mrs. Alexander
Kogan. president, has announced.
Mrs. Fred Jonas, membership
chairman, has stated that the ob-
ject of the membership drive is to
secure a new Hadassah member
for every newcomer destined to
enter Israel this year. National
Hadassah already has over a
quarter million enrollees.
The meeting will open with
Mrs. Leon Kronish offering the
invocation.
Mrs. William Farr. program
chairman, will present as guest
speaker. Mrs. Herbert Russcol. a
resident of Tel Aviv. Israel. A
former member of the Haganah.
she has worked as a nurse on im-
migrant ships and refugee camps.
Mrs. Russcol is visiting her par-
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Shaw-
mut. 3176 Prairie Ave., Miami
Beach.
Also on the program will be
Mrs. Farr and Mrs. Louis Gold-
man in a humorous membership
skit. Thirteen year old Nancy
Rothman will speak on "Jewish
Youth Is on the March." a report
on the connecting link being made
for the progress of Jewish chil-
dren in the United States and in
Israel. Mrs. Bernard Silverman
will speak on the meaning of the
Succos Festival.
Refreshments will be served,
with Mrs. Jack Udell, hospitality
chairman, carrying out the Suc-
cos motif in the table decora-
tions. Hostesses assisting Mrs.
Udell will be the members of the
executive board.
Hotel Authority
To Speak Here'
Seymour Weiss, authority on
hotel operation, wil be one of the
featured speakers at the Pan
American Hotel Exposition to be
held in Miami Monday. Tuesday
and Wednesday. He will fly di-
rectly from San Francisco, by-
passing New Orleans where he
is manager of the famous Roose-
velt Hotel, to preside over a"
clinic on hotel sales.
The hotel exposition will feat-
ure new developments in all
phases of hotel, restaurant and
apartment house operation. Ad-
mittance will be limited to of-
ficers, managers. purchasing
agents, department heads and
their assistants, public carriers
and catering interests. The ex-
position will be held in the Muni-
cipal Auditorium.
The value of the Arkansas cot-
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Government circles in Washing-
ton still strongly favor the inter-
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spite the opposition of Israel to
severing the city from the Jewish
state The American Zionist
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ments for a rabbinical delegation
to appear before President Tru-
man and seek his support for
Jewish claims on Jerusalem .
However, the arrangements were
dropped after it was indicated
from Washington that Truman is
not inclined to receive any such
delegation Persons close to
the White House advise Zionist
leaders to abstain from raising
the Jerusalem issue with Truman
until after the November election
of a New York State member to
! the U. S. Senate Herbert H.
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I are seeking the Senate seat, and
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to Israel after spending several
weeks in Washington, during
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Secretary of State Acheson .
Prior to his sailing from New
York for Tel Aviv, McDonald
was tendered a private dinner by
a group of Zionist leaders headed
by Dr. Emanuel Neumann .

COMMUNAL AFFAIRS:
The ties between American
Jewish communities and Israel
have now become closer than ever
before The Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds
sent its staff member Harold
Glasser for a full year's stay in '
the Jewish State to act as liaison
between the American Jewish
communities and Israel Glas-
ser. who is the director of the
Institute on Overseas Studies
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Tel Aviv in order to keep the
Jewish communities in the United
States posted on developments in
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IKioriila B'nai B'rith Women Plan
\IM Seminar-Workshop In Orlando
* A statewide all-day ADL Sem-
inar-workshop will be held Sun-
day. October 30, at theSan Juan
Orlando, according to a
. inl announcement by Miss
Ethel Pont, president of the Flor-
ida State Federation of B'nai
B'rith Women's Chapters, and
r.ilhert X Balkin, director, Flor-
ida regional office Anti-Defama-
n League of B|nalJB'rith.
eration'"of B'nai B'rith Women's
munity relationships will be dis-
played.
"Emphasis in this conference
will be placed on the full partici-
pation of all persons attending,"
Miss Pont stated. "Panels are be-
ing arranged in which our wom-
en s leaders themselves will de-
scribe projects and programs for
developing friendly and har-
monious group relations in our
communities," she pointed out
Reservations for the statewide
session may be made through
Sponson-d by the Florida Fed-
eration of B'nai B'rith Women s
rhanter-i in cooperation with the ------^ ....v,UBi
nS regional ADL office, the Mrs- Sam Silver, Greater Miami
mnfMenee will be devoted to a chairman, 330 Seybold Building,
"m and demon ration of telephone 3-6306.__________
Center Youth Committee
Will Plan Workshops
discussion .
oroiccts. programs and materials
for building good human rela-
tions in the communities of the
b Mrs William Wolfson of Tampa,
Florida State Women's ADL
chairman, is serving as co-chair-
man of the all-day session with
\irs Nat Berman, ADL chairman,
Orlando B'nai B'rith Women's
Chapter, who is in charge of local
arrangements. Mrs. Sam Silver
has been selected to serve as
chairman of the Greater Miami
delegation.
"This workshop is unique in
that it represents the first occa-
sion nn which Florida women
from throughout the state have
been convened together for the
purpose of developing action pro-
grams for the combatting of bigo-
trr and advancement of good in-
tergioup understanding," Miss
Pont stated. "We have extended
invitations to the men's B'nai
B'rith lodges and all interested
persons throughout the state to
attend the seminar sessions," she
added. ,
Included among the materials
to be demonstrated will be the
utilization of films, film strips,
transcriptions and other audio-
visual aids as educational techni-
ques for developing good human
relation-. A new film on this
theme will be demonstrated, Miss
Pont advised. .
In addition, a specially pre-
pared graphic exhibit of the
books, literature, poster, advertis-
ing and other program materials
for advancing democratic com-
Basketball League
At .i meeting of Greater Miami
Jewish Center athletic directors
last week at the Miami Jewish
Community Center (formerly Mi-
ami YMHA). plans were form-
ulated for the All-Miami Jewish
Center Basketball League for
boys 14-17 years of age to begin
next month.
Seven teams will participate in
a double round-robin series of
sames to bo held at the Miami
Beach YM1IA. North Dade Jewish
Center and Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center simultaneously
each Saturday evening together
with sports films and refresh-
ment-dances.
The teams will be culled from
the Hialeah Jewish Center, North
Dade Jewish Center, Coral Gables
Jewish Center, Miami Beach
YMHA. and the Miami Jewish
Community Center.
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In order to enlighten parents
on the most modern research in
child and adolescent behavior
Mrs. Ada Sheiner, chairman of
the Miami Jewish Community
Center youth committee, appoint-
ed a committee last week to plan
a series of seminars and work-
shops.
Eminent child psychologists,
psychiatrists and educators in the
local area will conduct the semi-
nars followed by open discussion.
Visual aids will be used by the
speakers.
Mrs. Leo Alpert, former super-
visor of the case work division
of the Jewish Social Service Bu-
reau, has been named chairman
of the committee, which will meet
Monday to develop the program.
Those assisting her will be Dr.
Erna Klass, pediatrician; Mrs.
Monroe Gelb and Mrs. Reuben
Rochkind, both fromer registered
nurses.
According to Mrs. Sheiner, the
seminars will be divided into
four catagories: the pre-school
child; the elementary child; the
pre-adolescent; and the adoles-
cent.
eAct Of Faith'
To Bo Aired
Tomorrow Eve
The tale of an American soldier
overseas who reaffirms his faith
in the American heritage of jus-
tice and equality will be told in
the radio drama, "Act of Faith,"
latest episode in the new series
"Stories To Remember," to be
broadcast this Saturday, October
8 at 5 p.m. over station WVCG,
Coral Gables.
Participants in the fifteen-min-
ute panel discussion to follow im-
mediately will be Professor Don-
ald Sprague, department of hum-
an relations. University of Miami,
who will serve as moderator;
Miss Lois Parks, executive secre-
tary, Mental Health Society of
Southeastern Florida; Dr. Donald
Michelson, director, Hillel Found-
ation, University of Miami; and
Ted Wayne, Coral Gables attor-
ney.
Alan Baxter stars in "Act of
Faith," which appeared original-
ly in story form in the New
Yorker magazine and was written
by Irwin Shaw.
The "Lest We ForgetStories
To Remember" series is presented
by the Institute for Democratic
Relation, in cooperation with the
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith.
Temple Youth To Meet
A meeting of the youth group
of Temple Israel is scheduled for
Sunday evening at 8 o'clock in
Kaplan Hall. The cultural pro-
gram will be under the direction
of Dr. Donald Michelson and a
social hour will follow, with Mrs.
E. Max Goldstein, sisterhood re-
presentative, as chairman of re-
freshments committee.
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Mrs. Jonas Entertains
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luncheon at her home, 8919 Haw-
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Isaac Levin Unit
To Hold Smoker
A membership smoker will be
sponsored by Isaac Levin Lodge,
B'nai B'rith, on Thursday at 8:30
p.m. at the home of Martin Rosen,
lodge secretary, at 1030 14th St.,
Miami Beach.
Speaker of the evening will be
Milton A. Friedman, national
B'nai B'rith youth commissioner
for the Southeastern region. The
event will mark the official
launching of the group's member-
ship drive which coincides with
the 106th anniversary of the
founding of B'nai B'rith.
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1
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