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The Jewish Floridian ( October 28, 1949 )

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=n ihd^wiislbJEIlipjpidliiaun ^Sffi M -NUMBER 43 Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 28. 1949 PRICE: TEN CENTS Holtz Named Leader At JWV Convention The 54th annual encampment. Senate enactment of the Celler f the Jewish War Veterans conBill for liberalization of the Disu,H 0 H here after electing Jackson placed Persons Act of 1948 was i voiced by Harry N. Rosenfield. Displaced Persons Commissioner. of Boston, as national commander. Mrs. Ann R Abelow, „f New York, was elected president of the JWV ladies auxiliary succeeding Mrs. Mae Werner of Roselle. N. J. Both are attorneys. Holtz is the first exclusively World War II veteran to command the JWV. He defeated Ruben B. Smith of New York and succeeds Myer Dorfman of St Paul, Minn., also an attorney. Among the seven vice commanders chosen was Hylan H. Kout of Miami Beach. Earlier the convention adopted a resolution urging the United States to reject the U.N. Palestine Conciliation Commission plan for severing Jerusalem from the rest of Israel. The resolution also favored international control only for those "sites recognized as Holy Places" and advocated U.N. administration by agreement with the Israel government. Drastic checks to prevent 'Nazis and Nazi sympathizers" from returning to power in Germany were advocated by the group. A resolution forwarded by the resolutions committee asked delegates to approve intensified reeducation efforts in Germany and efforts to give "maximum encouragement" to any democratic forces "that may exist in Germany" to develop a dependable democratic leadership, as well as the assignment to occupation posts oi U. S. personnel "who have made positive contributions to the functioning of democracy in our own country." The resolution urged controls and regular inspection of Germany industry and scientific research trends. It approved Marshall Plan aid to Western Germany, but stressed that "such aid is important only insofar as it contributes to the economic revival of Western Europe as a whole." Another resolution called on the U. S. to assume leadership in moving for United Nations adoption of a convention "condemning genecide as a crime punishable under international law." A ten-point appeal for prompt The delegates heard Mr. Rosenfield assert that the United States has not done its fair share in resettling the displaced persons rendered homeless by the war and its aftermath. "The DP Act now in effect," he charged, "sets up a pattern of restrictions, preferences and numerical requirements which clearly discriminate against Jews and Catholics," and also "bar admission of 150,000 others, including thousands of Protestants." Rankin Introduces Anti-ADL Bill WASHINGTON, (JTA) — A bill which would make it a penitentiary offense to belong to the Anti-Defamation League was introduced during the last ten minutes of the recentlyconcluded session of the 81st Congress, which ended this week, it was learned. The measure was introduced by Rep. John Rankin, of Mississippi, and was referred to the House Un-American Activities Committee. Under the terms of the measure, the Federal government would be empowered to impose prison sentences of not more than five years and fines of not less than $500 on persons affiliated with the ADL. Jews Terrorized In Iraq TEL AVIV, (JTA)—"The Israel government has received reports confirming the persecution of Jews in Iraq by the Iraqi authorities reaching unprecedented depths of brutality and cruelty," an official spokesman said here. "Hundreds of Jews Silver Will Head Gables Fund Drive Appointment of Sam Silver to head a $65,000 building fund drive to be conducted by the Coral Gables Jewish Community Center was announced this week by President Herbert Gelernter. Silver, who is a founder and first president of the congregation, is now mapping plans for the drive. He announces that this is a "Once in a Lifetime" opportunity for residents of the Gables area to participate in the building of Coral Gables' first Jewish house of worship which is located at 320 Palermo Ave. Silver has appointed a steering committee to work with him in formulating campaign plans. Members of this group are Sam Weissel, Maurice Corenblum, Sam Schulfand, William Pallot, Meyer Baskin, Herbert Gelernter, Bill Glick, Joseph Koven, Nat Winokur, Lee Elman, Dr. I. Berger and Mrs. Bill Glick. Israel May Bring Up Iraqi Pogrom At UN WASHINGTON, (JTA) — Israel may bring the issue of Iraqi pogroms before the United Nations, Israel Ambassador Eliahu Elath said this week after a talk with George C. McGhee, Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs. Ambassador Elath called at the State Department following a request made of the United States by the Israel government to intervene to halt the persecution of Jews in Iraq. (At Lake Success, it was pointed out that the issue cannot be brought before the present Assembly session whose calendar is already closed. The Israel delegation to the United Nations will, however, take notice of the situation in Iraq at the first opportunity which presents itself in the course of debate in various U.N. committees.) are being terrorized and are interned in concentration camps," the statement said, adding that "their property has been confiscated and they have been imprisoned without cause." The spokesman said their "trying to escape and reach Israel has provoked an unleashing of full vengeance by the Iraqi authorities against the Jewish community. A new wave of persecution started three weeks ago on Yom Kippur when police invaded the sanctity of a synagogue at Amara, south of Bagdad, and arrested ten worshippers, among them the chairman of the community council. "The arrested were not informed of the charges against them," the statement continued. "Three days later, five Jews were arrested in Bagdad and their houses were ransacked. The next day they were tortured in order to extract from them a confession that they belonged to the Zionist movement and were responsible for arranging the escape of Jews from Iraq. Additional searches were carried out in Bagdad in Oct. 12 and scores of Jews were arrested. "These new detainees were also tortured. Since then, searches arrests and tortures have continued on an ever-increasing scale. Police have also broken into schools and teachers and pupils have been arrested. Late reports show that more than 100 newly-arrested Jews were sent to the Abu Grib camp south of Bagdad, with an additional 70 held for investigation. The detainees include parents of people who allegedly made their way to Israel. The tortures were carried out according to the best known Nazi methods and the victims include several young women. "The Bagdad Jews," the spokesman asserted, "are stricken with fear and are positive their entire community borders on disaster. Fearing grimmer reprisals, they have not dared to raise their voices, Iraqi authorities have imposed a strict ban on news of these happenings in the local press for fear of repercussions abroad." Over TOO Expected To Attend State ADL Seminar-Workshop In Orlando an announcement by Miss Ethel More than 100 men and women from communities throughout the state are planning to attend the Florida ADL seminar-workshop Sunday, October 30, at the San Juan Hotel, Orlando, according to Plans Shaping Up For Home For Aged Sixth Anniversary Dinner November 6 on Sunday, November 6, according to HaroldIB. Spaet, P !" of the home and leader of the $300,000 building fund drive no being conducted by the home. --. from the home Among the honor guests will a man and woman from who will be selected by fellow residents. ,_ old Fo iks The dinner will mark the beginning of Honor tne "" Week" The board of directors of the home recenUy sent a tion to Gov. Fuller Warren requesting tha J^ lt ?*", e Vsent to this week in honor of the aged. g^eSfS&WJBtod. the mayors of Miami, Miami Beach W !" ""* !" t deliver In addition, all rabbis in ^'^^XSSrTSd 5. lermons on this subject on the Sabbath HJWBwri Over 300 persons are expected,to attend %  %  '• % 10 0 clock Co-hosts at the dinner will meet Sunday morning for a report breakfast at the Shelborne Hotel. Pont, president, Florida State Federation of B'nai B'rith Women's Chapters, and Gilbert J. Balkin, director, Florida regional office, Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. Starting at 10:30 a.m.. the allday workshop will be divided into three sessions, morning, mterfaith luncheon and afternoon. The program will conclude at 5 p.m., according to Miss Pont. Feature luncheon address will be delivered by Miss Malvma Weiss, principal. South Beach Elementary School, Miami Beach, who will speak on "Teaching Democracy in the Public Schools. Mrs. Sam Silver, ADL chairman. Sholem Chapter, B nai B'rith Women, Miami, is in charge of the Greater Miami delegation. Reservations for the statewide session may still be made in Miami through Mrs. Sam Silver Greater Miami chairman, 330 Seybold Building, phone 3-6306. "The conference will emphasize full participation of all persons attending," Miss Pont stated. Speaking at the reception given in his honor Sunday by members of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Keymen's Club is Dan Ruskin, who will head the 1950 Combined Jewish Appeal. Following a speech in which Mrs. Archibald Silverman. who has made 17 trips to Israel, outlined the pressing needs of the young Jewish nation, tome 600 representatives of the Jewish community, led by Sam Blank, Carl Weinkle and Judge Harold B. Spaet, pledged that they would serve as volunteers in the 1950 campaign. ior a report breakfast at tne >ww w .— -, %  % %  — ITp^sIdent Urges; Jewish Sectarianism foreshadows Doom Ulllte, Rabbinical COUnCll „ llUinlif ilv nf Pe iB ious causes and The twelve rabbis honored were members NEW YORK, N. Y.-Dr. Israel Tabakof Baltimore. Maryland, president. Rabbinical Council of America, asserted that Jewish sectarianism is atteacry '" •hadowing the doom of Jewish life in *" country we American Jews should do away with the !" Mn ?£. tionalism which is dividing us more and more pa> fully," he added. ., Dr. Tabak recommended the £>!**£££ new type of synagogue in America— a WW s that will be called neither Orthodox, nor Conserva tive nor Reform-but Jewi.h-a f^SSSSSkM non-sectarian Synagogue that will be P n !" V !" £ he Synagogue of the State of Israel. The Jewiin masses are waiting for the establishment of sucn a Synagogue." Dr. Tabak continued. „,.„ nfl ,,,ed and He said that American Jews are. confused an bewildered by the multiplicity of religious causes and institutions and by the divisiveness in Jewish ranks. "Now that there is one people of Israel, let there be one faith of Israel," he declared. The president of the organization comprising almost 500 ordained Orthodox rabbis in 40 states, expressed the belief that the competitive efforts in fund-raising for religious institutions, and the overlapping in the various campaigns for educational institutions are not only a ereat waste of effort and expense but are calculated seriously to jeopardize the future of Judaism in this coun D r r y Tabak spoke at a public reception tendered to him and eleven other rabbis at the West Side Institutional Synagogue, 122 West 76th St., New York City. The twelve rabbis honored were members of a Rabbinical Council of America delegation to Israel's Chief Rabbi relative to establishing the Chief Rabbinate of Israel as the central religious authority for all Jews. The rabbi of the Shaarei Zion Congregation in Baltimore said that Judaism in Israel is developing along new lines altogether. He reported that studies are now being undertaken to bring the ancient laws and traditions of Judaism into harmony with the new dynamic form of life which is now growing up in Israel. "I wish to make it clear that Judaism in Israel it not a state religion. In Israel, there is unity within diversity. In spite of the different groups there are no sects in the theological sense of the word." i .: r i ,i I



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PAGE TWO +Jeist ncrMtoin FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28. 1949 i jj i I'll Say... Last Sunday, the Jewish War Veterans closed their annual convention at Miami Beach. The prestige of this organization :s attested by the high ranking officials 'Aii ..' itvssed the meetings, the lunches, the banquets. This gives satisfaction to those of us who encouraged the formation of JAVA". Posts in Florida about 10 years ago. Some nervous folk, with the mentality typical of the American Council for Judaism, fairly "shook in a delirium tremens at the prospect of a national convention at Miami m 1939. Ever. B'nai B'::th. with its cautious conservatism, hesitated bet. ssing a resolution of endorsement at its own state convention then meeting in Jacksonville. Services Rendered By Posts Th' stimulated by World w nted tiie size the influence, the J WAV Th s institution renders effi service t veterans, their widows or dependents, in secui fits they are entitled to by law Its p,ther ..%  IDS the J W V. is a v.;:...,rie It :." th, i refi nt of the fight '. r %  nt I n nt:-. and pi -. • n ".-. is the only Jewish >rganization th-. Aiv.eiuar. L<.i. r. ..: Veterans ': p ign \v. in the struggle ..-air.st antig gnificant place alongside the C mmittee. th Ar.ti Defamation Le a g : %  • an Jewish C ogress Its ng the Republic of %  7 %  y %  II Riot 1egrettable to rr nti n Jewish War Veterans And By HARRY => recent affair which reflects on this body and which "DurS/Se height of the past summer, a group H^ded on a concert with Paul Robeson as the chief ae^.ded on a conce. Dresen ce of this singer of £232? tools fnd Neero spirituals was calculated ^^plreTc^mSnist-demo^stration^e^^nce. areelv Jewish, was by no means Communist or Ivn^oithtaers Twith MOSMW ideology. Vacationers on ^gfhev were simply in a mood to enjoy a "I. ... f, nr.e-aBut American Legionnaires. VetmW and Catholic ex-soldl8 were on^fand to prevent *P the concert. *.th em'pers r .re I a dai degree. ^ !" K "V liffins r had to be whisked back SKY? before he c i sing a note. A contingent of Jewish War Veterans I k its stand along with other super patri tit vigilantes The Second Seve-al weeks passed and the sponsors were detemtaed hav! theh concert This time Paul Ribeson sang his pieces Again veterans of the same org^nizatitnf appeared. A flarmng .cross wasUt by the Klu Klux Klan. A placard displaced Wake up America! Peekskill did." Stones jut through the : -kkes" store windows. Fists swung freely and bloody and black eyes -ere in evidence Once the fun started there wasn't much discrimination. Mobsters and hodlums turned upon_ their allies and confederates, the very Jewish Veterans who came with the best of patriotic intentions. The $64 quest ion is what were Jewish War Veterans ing in such company and on such a !" n A !" their sentiments no different from the rabble routing, hate mongering elements in reactionary organizations, who talk Americanism and act like Nazi Storm Troopers. Were the Jewish boys also eager to %  !" -.etch hunt or a lynching party? The memory Of the long Galut. in which their anc estors were the The Peekskill Riots SDMONHOFF perennial sufferers, should have kept them frnm the side of ruffians and bigots bent on mob violenr against a peaceful audience assembled to hear a concert. And even if some Communist spef-ches haH been made, there is an article in the Constitution guaranteeing the right of peaceful assembly The !" are adequate law enforcing agencies. The recent long drawn out trial conducted by Judge Medina shows the power and effectiveness of the laws deal ing with efforts to overthrow our system of a 0 vl eminent. Paul Robejon This is no endorsement of the Communists Thev are a reprehensible lot. Nor do I hold an accolade for Paul Robeson. That he resents White America is understandable. The treatment of the Negro hv not only the White South but the White North is a blot on American Democracy But isn't he rendering a disservice to his own 'race 1 His bitter statement that Negroes of America will n .-. help the U.S. in a war with Russia is unwise as it jg j n flamatory. Robeson is quite wealthy and much in the public eye. He therefore enjoys an immunity not shared by the lowly Negro working ..-. the city sewers or by the unprotected semi serf in the Mississippi lowlands. The Duty To Fight Intolerance We are gratified to hear that the leaders of the J.W.V. have condemned the action of the Post which took part in the Peekskill pogrom. They have also taken steps to make a repetition of this disgraceful business impossible. But the national c mmander surely had ample notice after the first incident to prevent any Post from participating in th< 1 these %  an ad Top Price Paid for MEN'S USED CLOTHING AL'S 432 N. MIAMI AVE. Phone 2-3213 •h ttgraphers Working on plans for the all-day ADL seminar-workshop to be held in Orlando Sunday. October 30. are Miss Ethel Pont president of the Florida State Federation of B'nai B'rith Women: Gilbert J. Balkin. director of th Florida regional office of the ADL: and Mrs. Sm Silver, who heads the Miami delegation to the conclave. MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Wholesale and Retail Grade A Pulverized and Processed Muck and Marl Any Mixture Bitter Blue Sod Soil and Fill of Any Kind Phone 4-0335 1813 S. 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FR1D AY, OCTOBER 28, 1949 +Jewish fhrldllan BB Membership Drive Quotas Set Membership drive auotas for six B'nai B'rith Lodges in their current drive have been announced by George J. Talianoff, chairman of the campaign in South Florida. Greatest increase in B'nai B'rith members is expected in the Sholcm and Miami Beach Lodges which have taken a goal of 375 and 300 new members respectively. The North Shore Lodge quota is set at 75 new members and Coral Gables Lodge has pledged 100 new members. Tropical Lodge of Miami Beach, comprised of college men and veterans between the ages of 21 and 35. expects to enroll at least 50 new members, while Isaac Levin Lodge, youngest unit, will add 25 new members. E. Albert Pallot, president of the B'nai B'rith Council of Greater Miami, has announced that gold pencils with platinum menorah emblems suspended in the barrel will be awarded to each worker enrolling five members or more. A parchment certificate and a marcasite menorah lapel pin will be issued by the District Grand Lodge No. 5 to men enrolling 10 members or more. For information concerning B'nai B'rith men over 21 are invited to call the B'nai B'rith Council offices and ask for Mrs. Marcia Borak at 82-5685. TT Itosalvn Klein To Attend Hadassah Meet In Frisco Miss Rosalyn Klein, president of the Miami chapter of the Business and Professional Women's Division of Hadassah, has been chosen as delegate to the Hadassah convention to be held in San Francisco November 11 through 16. Miss Klein plans to leave Miami about October 30 for a tenday visit with her family in Cleveland. From there she will travel to San Francisco for the cnnvention. Following the convention she will spend some time visiting friends in Los Angeles before returning to Miami. A cultural meeting of the group was held on Monday night at the Miami Jewish Community Center. The program featured a panel discussion on the subject, "Hadassah's Relationship to Israel." Members leading the discussion were the Misses Gloria Cooper, Maralene Lurie, Goldie Sanders, Edythe Bernstein and Pearl Kornfield. Mrs. Leslie Kamsler and Mrs. Bernard Kimmel were chairmen of the affair. Plans are being made for a Chanuka dance to be held in December. 2 FAMOUS NAMES FEATURED BY WOLPERT'S [H3M1 Living Room Furniture and GENERAL ^ ELECTRIC Appliances WxdpeAt FURNITURE Co. 1200 Coral Way Halloween Fete Set For Saturday Miami Chapter of the National Children's Cardiac Home will hold its first fund-raising affair of the season, a Halloween jamboree, on Saturday, October 29, at 8 p.m. at the Miami Woman's Club, 1737 North Bayshore Dr. Music will be furnished by Crusty Drybread and his orchestra. There will be rumba and waltz contests, a floor show and refreshments, including doughnuts and apples. 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PAGE FOUR +Jenist>ncridUar FRIDAY. OCTOBER 28, 1949 EDITORIAL The Aaronsburg Story The picturesque town of Aaronsburq, Pennsylvania, lies in a lush valley between the Seven Mountains and Shriner Mountain in the Alleghenies. Geographically it does not perhaps even merit a dot on the map. Its existence and history is most likely known to few Pennsylvanians and to still fewer people outside the state. Yet its four hundred residents this week basked in a glory that is as truly American as it is human. The story goes back to colonial days. In the year 1760, a certain Levy, a Jewish immigrant, arrived from Amsterdam on American shores. Before many years elapsed he became a merchant of great eminence and esteem. During the Revolutionary War, besides furnishing supplies to the regular army, he lent large sums to our Continental Congress, money only partially repaid. Twenty years thereafter, finding himself one of the largest land proprietors of his state, Aaron Levy decided to found Center County's first town, Aaronsburg. This town, he hoped, would someday grow to become Pennsylvania's capital city. It was from the Aaronsburq acreage that Aaron Levy deeded two lots to the Salem Evangelical Lutheran Church, one on which to build the church and cemetery, the other on which to build the Lutheran school. Insisting always on religious tolerance, Aaron Levy stipulated in the agreement from the very first, that the use of the church be also granted to the Reformed parishioners, whose own church had burnt down. In commemoration of the church's first service, the Jewish immigrant presented the Lutherans with a pewter communion set fashioned by the finest metalsmiths in Philadelphia. The set, though lost for many years, is now in a glass covered vault kept in the church vestibule. Aaronsburg, as we know, never became PennGENTLEMEN, MY RIGHT ARM!" sylvania's capital. Its founder's hopes never bore fruit. But it is questionable whether Aaronsburg didn't become something even more important. For Today, Aaronsburq is a symbol of religious brotherhood and good will, a symbol urging that all faiths regard each other with the tolerance and graciousness that is expected of religious conShooting High When some months ago it was reported that there was a discernible lull in the organized activities of America's hate-mongers and antiSemites, we were inclined to accept the development as an omen of an encouraging trend. And this despite the fact that our own observations of the scene gave little cause for optimism. Now the Non-Sectarian, Anti-Nazi League reports that, at a secret conclave at St. Louis, the rabble rousers showed alarming strength and disquieting financial backing. In fact, the notorious hate spreader Gerald K. Smith was reported to have boasted that only lack of funds prevented him in the past from moving his black clouds over the eastern part of the country. If we take the League reporter's word, it appears that the hate mongers are about to start a nationwide drive against Jews, and with unprecedented viciousness. It is quite possible that the League's picture is somewhat colored. But, in a battle such as this relentless vigilance can never be a fault. victions. It is also a symbol of how such brotherhood and good will can be realistically implemented. By celebrating the 150th year of the existence of a church made possible through the charitable contributions of a Jew, the town of Aaronsburg has placed itself in the forefront of the struggle for those principles of brotherhood which are inherent in all great faiths. We hope that among the lofty speeches that were delivered at the occasion pause was made to remark that Aaronsburg remembers Jewish bounty even though only one Jewish family now remains in that town. Education Bureau Board Will Meet A meeting of the board of directors of the Bureau of Jewish Education of Greater Miami will be held at the Beth David Congregation, 135 N.W. 3rd Ave. on Monday. October 31. at 8:15 p.m.. according to Max Meisel, president. A report on the bureau inquiry involving an alleged breach of teacher relationships will be presented by Louis Heiman. The problem of further bus transportation for the Jewish schools will be presented by David Isen and a report on adult Jewish education classes for the coming year will be made by Mrs. Matilda Ratner. Jewish Book Month, which is celebrated this year from November 11 to December 11. will also be a subject of report byHarry Simonhoff. Main item on the agenda will be an evaluation of the meaning of affiliation with the bureau— both from the standpoint of the bureau and the schools involved. Representatives from all organizations in the community will be present to discuss the issues involved. ralsv S|M*Jlk fc l\s To Meet Tuesday David Rothenberg, chairman of the speakers bureau of the Cerebral Parents Council of the Dade County Society for Crippled Children, announces that a meeting of the speakers will be held at the Fiesta Room of the Everglades Hotel on Tuesday, November 1, at 8 p.m. Rothenberg requests that all members of I he speakers bureau, as well as those who are interested in offering their services to the speakers bureau, attend this meeting. A film, entitled "A Day in the Life of a Cerebral Palsied Child," will be shown at the meeting. This is a sound film in technicolor taken at Dr. Winthrop Phelp's school in Cockeysville, Md.. and shows a typical day in the treatment and rehabilitation of a cerebral palsied child. Ackerman Heads Center Nominating Committee Leon Kaplan, president of the Miami Jewish Community Center, this week announced the appointment of Leo Ackerman as chairman of the nomination committee, which will bring in recommendations for officers and board members to be elected at the annual election meeting in December. The annual nomination meeting will be held on Thursday, November 3, at the center auditorium. The committee will bring in a slate after which nominations will be permitted from the floor Serving with Ackerman on the committee are Herbert Scher, Paul Sobel, Esther Grossberg. Sam Beckman, Fred Shochet and Dorothy Kaplan. Mrs. Cromer Heads Miami Hadassah Mrs. Jasper Cromer. newly elected president of the Miami Group of Hadassah, was hostess to the, members of the board at a "kaffee klatch" held at the Miamian Restaurant on Monday morning. A resident of Miami for the past thirty years, and one of the founders and past presidents of the Junior Hadassah. Mrs. Cromer has taken over the duties of Mrs. H. C. Moser, who was forced to resign because of ill health. Child Psychologist Opens Offices Here David Rothenberg has announced the opening of offices at 350 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, for the practice of child psychology. Rothenberg completed his undergraduate and graduate academic study at the University of Miami, where he received supervised field training at the YMWHA nursery school in Miami, the Dade County Home for Dependent and Delinquent Children and the Merrick Demonstration School in Coral Gables. Most recently associated with the Department of Corrections and Public School System in Michigan, Rothenberg has also completed advanced graduate study at Michigan State College. In a statement concerning the benefits that parents may derive from the child psychologist, Rothenberg says: "The child psychologist, because of his unique training and experience, is able to evaluate, analyze and interpret the personality and the intellectual areas of the specific child, and is, therefore, able to offer the parent more effective approaches to the administration of the child's activities." Program For Aged A program was presented at the Jewish Home for the Aged Sunday afternoon. Participants were W. A. (Pop) Weidemeyer, Paul Brenner, Bess Weiner, Faye Drazin and Leon Kaplan, violinst with the Metropolitan Opera Association. Leo Steinman and Joseph W. Malek, who are in charge of these programs, served as masters of ceremonies. Beth David School Draws Record Number' A record number of students enrolled at the Beth David religious schools last week, according to Rabbi Max Shapiro, principal. Over. 500 students registered for Sunday school and 150 are attending the Hebrew school. All classes meet at the new building, S.W. 3rd Ave., between 26th and 27th Roads. The faculty of the schools consists of 18 teachers. Jerome B. Gordon is superintendent and Frank Rose is chairman of the board of education. Isaiah Women To Hold Tea Nov. 2 Temple Isaiah Sisterhood will hold a membership tea Wednesday, November 2, at 1:30 p.m. at the Delano Hotel, Miami Beach, according to an announcement by Mrs. Clara Mae Van Ness, president. Mrs. Aaron Courshon is chairman of the tea. Co-chairmen are Mrs. A. Harris and Mrs. Van Ness. Rabbi Moshay P. Mann, spiritual leader of the congregation, will speak briefly, and Mrs. Benjamin Silver will outline plans for future events. Abe Schoenfield. Jay Jacoby and David Guttman will appear in a humorous skit. Pianist Duke* Leonard will also appear on the program. Council Women To Meet Nov. 2 A round table discussion will highlight the next meeting of the National Council of Jewish women, to be held Wednesday. November 2, at 1:30 p.m. at the Saxony Hotel, Miami Beach, according to an announcement by Mrs. Aaron Farr, president. Mrs. Harry Barnhard, interfaith chairman, will be chairman of the day and Mrs. Aaron Farr will preside at the meeting. Subject of the discussion will be "The Place of Religion in Democratic Education," with Reverend Joseph Barth of the Unitarian Church serving as moderator. Participants will be Dr. Charles Tharp, dean of liberal arts at the University of Miami; Rabbi Leon Kronish, of Temple Beth Sholom and George Brautigam, attorney, who will speak from the layman's point of view. Gables Women Plan Party The Sisterhood of the First Jewish Congregation of Coral Gables will hold its first social event of the season with a membership card and man jong party on Thursday, November 3, at 8 p.m. at 2410 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables. The group's board of directors met Monday night at the home of Mrs. Sally Mande, 3134 S.W. 21st St. Bowling Meet A bowling meet will be held by the Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah on Tuesday, November 1. at 8 p.m. at the Lucky Strike Bowling Drives, 2975 S.W. 8th St. Miss Mickey Einhorn will direct this sports event, to which all girls between the ages of 18 and 25 are invited. Englander Appointed Mai Englander has been named chairman of a Miami Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce committee which will assist the Miami Beach Recreation Department with its Halloween party at Flamingo Park October 31. On Englander's committee are Bill Holleman. Ed Newman. Arthur Singer, Herb Schechter, Arnold Cowamn, Hank Dryfus and Bill Whiten. *Jewist> tk) rid Oar, Published every Friday ilnce 1927 by The Jewish Floridian at 120 N. E. 8lxth Street, Miami 18, Florida. Entered ai eecond-claet matter July 4, 1930, at the Poet Office of Miami. Fla., under the Act of March 3, 1879. The Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate, Worldwide News Service, National Editorial Asiociation, Amerl. can Association of English-Jewish Newspapers, Florida Press Association. The Jewish Floridian does not guarantee the Kashruth of thr merchandise advertised In Its columns. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year $3.00 Two Year* $5.00 Young Israel To Moot Sunday Young Israel Synagogue of Miami Beach will hold a general membership meeting on Sunday, October 30, at 7 p.m. at the synagogue, 4001 Chase Ave. Nominations will be made for elections to take place at the next meeting and a date for the dedication of the house of worship will be set. Plans are being formulated by the congregation to launch a membership drive. In addition, the congregation is organizing clubs for boys and girls of various age levels. Officers of the synagogue request that anyone interested in leading one of these groups contact the center at 58-1251. All young men in the 41st St. area who can officiate at Orthodox services are urged to join. Golden Agers Climax Romance With Wedding A romance which had its beginrting at the Miami Jewish Community Center's Golden Age Friendship Club culminated in marriage Sunday when Mrs. Minnie Keller and faui Raff were united in matrimony The Golden Agers exchanged vows at Congregation Beth u before a large gathering of relatives and friends. Rabbi Murray Grauer performed the ceremony. A reception in the Dora August Memorial Hall followed the service. The new Mrs. Raff is a form er resident of Birmingham. Since her arrival in Miami sne has been very active in communal and religious affairs. Her husband is well-known in tn area for his active participation in civic, religious and social oi ganizations. Obituaries MAX DAUM j 62, of 2745 S.W. 1 .th % %  PJ"5J away October 19 at *£*" ", e ,| lit Hospital. Interinont t'M.k 11 ,. Eton Cemetery with • %  „•„, a Orauer officiating Mr. P*'" tlon member of Beth Jacob ><**"Ke and belonged to the B it. Iners |)|nJ Izallon. Surviving are his wn %  >mT brother Adolnh. and n mi'l" Ice, all of Miami. FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher Telephones 2-1141—2-8212 OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Volume 22 Number 43 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1949 CHASHVAN 5, 5710 lc .. %uMONOWITI „ Memorial CbsVpel • '" M of % %  % %  % % 



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II4.'M*II Lodge Sets Friendship Night For Nov 9 •Friendship Night" demonstrating inter-American unity and understanding, will be the theme of the regular meeting of Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai B'rith to be held Wednesday, November 9, a t the Delano Hotel, according to an announcement by David R. ben, president. The program will feature addresses by Miami Beach Mayor Harold Turk and Jacob Brandon, president of Maimonides Lodge, B'nai B'rith, Havana Club. Mayor Turk will describe the program of the city of Miami Beach in cementing harmonious understanding between this city and Cuba and the other LatinAmerican nations. Brandon, well known civic leader in Cuba, will outline the program of the Havana B'nai B'rith group, the Hillcl Foundation of the University of Havana and the public relations committee of B'nai B'rith in promoting better understanding between the two cities. Godfrey K. Newman, program chairman of the Miami Beach Lodge, is in charge of arrangements for the meeting. Gilbert J, Balkin is assisting. Workmen's Circle School Committee Will Meet A report on the first month of existence of the Workmen's Circle Yiddish school at the Beach, which has an enrollment of 30 pupils, will highlight the meeting of the school committee to be held Sunday. October 30, at 8 p.m. at 25 Washington Ave. Dr. Alexander Mukdoni, writer and literary critic, will speak on the subject "Why Yiddish Schools?" Israel Ellenzweig, the new teacher, will explain the connection between Yiddish schools and Jewish education. A parents' association will be formed to help in mapping out a constructive program of extracurricular activities. There will also be a discussion on the advisability of establishing classes for adults as well as a series of special lectures on Jewish history and literature in Yiddish. All interested in promoting Yidd'sh education are invited. NEW NATIONAL COMMANDER OF J.W.Y. ICOsI I I I HOTEL 635 EUCLID AVENUE 41 Rooms furnished. This building can be purchased with as little as S40.000 cash or owner will consider a three-year lease for $325 per room. FEUER & EISENSTEIN. Realtors W. I. FEUER 23S Lincoln Road "PERSONALIZED SERVICE" Brokers Cooperate LEO EISENSTEIN Telephone 68-8666 PLAZA NEWLY REDECORATED! REOPENING TUES.. NOV. 1st S. End Wash. Ave., Miami Beach MOLLY PICON THE YIDDISH THEATRE'S SINGING COMEDIENNE —Ardmore Photo Artist selection committee of Community Concert Series is pictured in action as they plan the 1949-50 series. Seated (from 1. to r.) are Mrs. David Prensky. Isidore Simkowitz, Leo Huberman. Standing are Benjamin B. Goldstein and Judge Kenneth Oka. Observing the proceedings is Gus Jacobson. executive director of the Miami Beach YM-WHA, under whose auspices the Community Concert Series is presented. in "MAMEIE' 99 Party To Mark Bar Mitzvah And Anniversary Robert Goldberg To Become Bar Mitzvah SIM I ItllOOII OF llMl'li; III Til SHOLOM Presents 55 "STAGE DOOR A Three Act Play by Edna Ferber ad George Kaufman AT MIAMI BEACH SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL MONDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 7 TUESDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 8 WEDNESDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 9 Curtain 8:30 P.M. Tickets—$2.40 and $1.80 (tax included) DIRECTED BY LILLIAN FOX Make your reservations through Mrs. Norman Babel—5-4292 We, the following friends of JOHN "RED" LAKE Jackson J. Holtz, eminent.Boston attorney, former member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives and former Assistant United States Attorney, says: "I consider it my good fortune to have discovered FARR, a welloiled travel machine with a giant heart." I'A It II "Your Travel Agent" —Associated Photo Gilbert Greenbaum Since the Bar Mitzvah of Gilbert Greenbaum. which will take place Saturday morning at Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, coincides with the golden wedding anniversary of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Simon Greenbaum of 305 N.W. 2nd Ave., the family will mark both events with a party Sunday at 457 N.W. 109th St. The elder Greenbaums two sons. Irving, 642 Michigan Ave. Miami Beach, and Nathan, 305 NW 2nd Ave., will be present at the event, as will their daughter, Mrs. Ray Green, also of 305 N.W. 2nd Ave. Six grandchildren and lour great grandchildren will attend in addition to nearly a hundred guests. Residents of the Miami area for the past twelve years, the Greenbaums came here from Brooklyn, N Y. Gilbert is the son of the Irving Greenbaums. TRY STAHL'S FOR THE FINEST MEATS IN TOWN At the Lowest Prices 1360 S.W. 8th Street Mr. and Mrs. George Goldberg of the South Seas Hotel announce the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Robert, to be held at the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, Saturday, October 29, at 9 a.m. Immediately following the services, refreshments will be served in the center dining room. On Sunday at 6:30 p.m., Mr. and Mrs. Goldberg will be hosts at a dinner for intimate friends and relatives. Robert is a student at the Miami Beach Junior High School. News Uriel Faye Tupler announces that she has become associated with the General Hardware Co., 1611-21 N.W. 36th St., telephone 78-1123. Leonard A. Levine Candidate for MIAMI CITY COMMISSIONER Respectfully request your support and vote for "RED" LAKE, for we think he will be a City Commissioner of whom we can be proud: NORMAN R. LYONS FRED GROSSBERG DR. BENJAMIN G. OREN AMOS BENJAMIN DR. NATHANIEL M. LEVIN LOUIS CLICK DR. MARTIN S. 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PAGE SDC > knislYfkridiaiF FRIDAY. OCTOBER 2ft IOJ, Community Concert Series to Feature Artists From All Parts Of The World The 1949-50 concert presentation of the Miami Beach Community Concert Series will introduce artists from all parts of the world. Contralto Elena Nikolaidi. Center Youth Council Holds Weekly Dances The Youth Council of the Miami Jewish Community Center weekly Tupsdav night dances at the center Dunaing, 450 S.W. 16th Ave., for all teen-agers in the community. Two boys' clubs. AZA Chapter 322 and Sigma Rho. will play a basketball game on November 1 as an additional feature of the affair. The following week. November 8, the Esquires and TYS clubs will jointly sponsor a "Requestfullv Yours" dance. Each of the eight teen-age groups meeting at the center takes over the dance on different Tuesday nights and makes all necessary arrangements. Rice Campaigns On 8-Point Program Active in civic and political circles for sixteen years. Jack R. Rice, candidate for city commission, whose campaign slogan is "a business man with a business plan," has announced eight planks in the platform on which he is basing his race. Among these are systematized fire protection: an immediate start to solving the sewage disposal problem; and a review of the city tax structure by a citizens' committee. Mr. Rice is a Miami businessman, operating with his mother the Floridian Rest Home. He is a member of the Elks. Moose Lodge. Miami Chamber of Commerce and other organizations. Mr. Rice is married and lives with his wife at 2520 S.W. 22nd Ave. He has two sons. Jack. Jr.. a member of the Miami police force, and Frank, who is a student at Georgia Military Academy. His daughter Beatrice is employed at the First National Bank. appearing March 20. is a native of Giee<-p Jose Limon. leading his dance troupe February 2", is from our neighbor to the south. Mexico. Budapest is the home of Baritone Marko Rothmuller who will be presented January 30. The world famous English pianist. Solomon, appears at the Miami Beach High School auditorium. December 27. Opening the series on November 28 is home grown | Violinist Joseph Fuchs. from New 1 York City. Three of the artists, in addition to their general acclaim, are among the top strata of Jewish concertizers. They are Fuchs. Rothmuller and Solomon (Runner). The series is sponsored by the Miami Beach YMHA and is a non-profit project. Subscriptions for the five concerts cost nine dollars and may be obtained at the Beach Y. Beach Y Art Show The art committee of the Miami Beach YM-WHA announces that the first comprehensive exhibit of the 1949-1950 season will be held November 6 to 20 during National Art Week. The showings will include pastels, drawings and water colors by prominent local artists. Eve Tucker. Doris Rosenthal and John Klinkenberg have been invited as a jury panel with Ethel Tennyson as alternate. Golden Agers To Hold Games Party The Golden Age Friendship Club of the Miami Jewish Community Center. 450 S.W. 16th Ave., will hold a games party after its regular meeting Sunday, October 30, at the center. The Golden Age forum group meets every Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 at the center, at which time members participate in discussion, hear guest speakers and enjoy a varied Yiddish-English program. The group's Thursday evening program consists of an arts and crafts session from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. followed by a meeting of the Get-Together Club until 10 p.m. Masada Party Miami Beach Masada will have a cider, coffee and doughnut party for members on Sunday. October 30. at Freedom House. 43rd St. and Collins Ave.. Miami Beach, it was announced today by Leonard Schwartz, chairman of the social committee. Lila Gross is co-chairman. The party will begin at 8:30 p.m. Kaplan, Scher Speak Leon Kaplan, president of the Miami Jewish Community Center, and Herbert E. Scher, Jewish community leader, discussed the problems of a community center Saturday, October 22, at 8 p.m. on the Jewish Forum Hour over WWPB. The program is under the direction of Simon Seiden. Make Your Own Punch FOR WEDDINGS. SOCIALS. PARTIES. ETC.. WITH SOUTH SEA A Concentrated Mixed Fruit Syrup Each gallon makes 5 gallont of Punch: Juat add water and serve. GaL TRL-FRCIT CO. 135 N. W. 36th St.—Ph. 78-3444 51.95 1 ocuusrs PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED LENSES AND FRAMES DUPLICATED LARGE SELECTION IN LATEST STYLES Beach Optical Service 3S0 Lincoln Road Suit* 502 — Phone 5-5419 KREFLAGH/ HOR$ ^m VE* souri HOROWITZ-MARGARETEN condensed KOSHER CANNED CHICKEN SOUP The finest thicken meal folded into layers of tempting noodle dough ... in delicious golden chicken soup. 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Sewing Class Held First class in sewing and dressmaking sponsored by the South Beach Elementary School PTA was held Thursday. October 27, from 7 to 10 p.m. Miss Elizabeth Lewis of the Vocation Guidance School is the instructor. Classes will be held every Thursday evening at the South Beach Elementary School for the next eight weeks. Fee for the entire course is $1. Further information may be obtained from Mrs. Jack Zebitz. chairman of Parent Education at South Beach Elementary School, at 5-1806. AUTO GLASS Installed While You Wait Full Line of Auto Accessories and Parts ADAMS GLASS SERVICE 1805 Purely Avenue Call 58-3756 or 54316 Builders of Immortal Memorials for the Jewish Trade Look For the 2-Story White Building THURMOND MONUMENT Co. 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FR IDAY. OCTOBER 28, 1949 Dr. Lovejoy, Ross To Represent U-M At Meet On College Discrimination Dr Gordon W. Lovejoy, chairweek by the Public Affairs Cornman department of human relations, and Malcolm Ross university editor, University of M %  mi will be leading participants in the two-day conference on discrimination in College Admissions to be held November 4-5 at the Palmer House in Chicago. Ross will attend the conference as official representative of the university. Dr. Lovejoy has been invited "to participate as a national pvncrt on human relations. This conference, sponsored by the American Council on Education in cooperation with the AntiDefamation League of B nai B'rith, is the outgrowth of a nationwide survey of racial, religious and economic discrimination in college admission practices made by the Elmo Roper organization for the council on a grant from the league. More than 100 university presidents, deans and education officials concerned with college admissions will participate in the sessions. Keynote address of the conference will be delivered by Dr. A C. Ivy, vice president of the University of Illinois and dean of its medical school. Together with [rwin Ross, Dr. Ivy is the author of a study based on the Roper sui vev. The pamphlet, called "Religion and Race: Barriers to College?" will be published +Jewisti fkridHrun PAGE SEVEN next UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA MODESTE ALLOO, CONDUCTOR NINE PAIR SUBSCRIPTION CONCERTS SUN. AFT. 3:00, MON. EVE. 8:30 Miami Senior High School 2400 West Flagler St. VINA Oct. 30 & 31— Nov. 20 & 21— Dec. 11 & 12— Jan. 22 & 23— Feb. 12 & 13— Mar. 5 & 6— Apr. 2 & 3— Apr. 23 & 24— May 14 & 15— BARNDEN HELEN TRAUBEL GINETTE NEYEU JESUS SANROMA LAURITZ MELCHIOR U. OF M. CHORALE JEAN BEDETTI WILLIAM PRIMROSE FRANK EDWINN mittee in cooperation with the Anti-Defamation League. Opening session of the conference will also be addressed by Dr. Anton J. Carlson and Dr. Floyd Reeves, both of the University of Chicago. Dr. Louis Wirth also of the Univerity of Chicago and a member of the Chicago board of the Anti-Defamation League will present the findings of the conference at its conclusion. Work sessions of the conference will deal with specific areas of school admissions problems. Dr. George W. Rosenlof, registrar of the University of Nebraska and secretary of the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools, will lead the session on admission procedures in undergraduate schools. A related session on procedures in graduate and professional schools will be led by Carlyle F. Jacobson, dean of Medical College, University of Iowa. Dean Maurice F. Seay of the University of Kentucky will be chairman of a session on regional problems and President Byron S. Hollinshead of Coe College will lead a panel discussion on economic factors in college admission. Dr. Lovejoy will be a member of the sub-committee discussing "Regional Problems and Variations in Admissions Practices." Ross will participate in "Undergraduate Admissions Policies.' Tropical Lodge to Hoar Architect Igor Polevitzky, well known Miami architect, will be the featured speaker at the regular business meeting of the Tropical Lodge on Monday, October 31, at 8 p.m. in the auditorium of the Miami Beach Y, it is announced by A. Budd Cutler, president of the group. Polevitzky, who will be introduced by Sidney King, membership chairman of the B'nai B'rith group, will speak on "Architecture Tor Florida Living." Alvin Budner, program chairman, is in charge of arrangements for the evening and the public is invited. Student Speaks To IZFA Art Reich, a student of the University of Florida and a resident of Peekskill, N. Y., spoke on his observations of the "Peekskill Riots and Their Effect Upon the American Jew" at the first monthly meeting of the Florida Chapter of the Intercollegiate Zionist Federation of America in Gainesville. Balkin Speaks Gilbert J. Balkin, director, Florida regional office of the AntiDefamation League, B'nai B'rith, addressed the "ADL Night" meeting of the Isaac Levin Lodge, B'nai B'rith, Thursday, October 27, at the Miami Jewish Center. Subject of Balkin's address was "Building Democracy in Our Community." Donald Eanett presided at the meeting. Guilford's Poultry Adds Kosher Department Guilford's Poultry Company has announced the establishment of a new kosher department on their premises at 101 N.W. 8th St., Miami. According to Frank Guilford, owner and operator, the recent acquisition of an electric poultry plucker will enable customers to secure rapid service when purchasing fowl. RUTH GROSS AGENCY Inc. GENERAL INSURANCE BONDS LIFE Phone 58-5341 420 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI'S OLDEST FURNITURE MOVERS Veterans Speak Ben Kaufman and Joseph F. Barr, executive directors of the Jewish War Veterans, addressed the Miami Beach Y discussion group Thursday, October 20, at 8:30 p.m. at the Y building. The veterans, who were attending the JWV convention here, reviewed the factors and pressures entailed in the recognition and development of Israel. *3V TDK y 1 rra. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 818 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach Phone 5-3595 Station WVCG To Air Anti-Discrimination Series, "The American Dream," Saturday A HOME AWAY FROM HOME 24 Hr. Expert Nursing Care Beautiful Grounds. Well Located Dietary Laws Strictly Observed. $50.00 per week DR. SHOULSON'S (D.D.) 1681 MERIDIAN AVE. MIAMI BEACH, FLA. 58-0112 Moving to Bigger and Better Facilities on the Beach in October WANTED LOAD OH PART LOAD TO AND FROM NEW YORK OR VICINITY .. 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As in the "Stories To Remember" series, the program will be broadcast on a half hour basis with the dramatic transcriptions being immediately followed by fifteenminute live panel discussions, in which the participants will be civic leaders, educators, ministers and other residents of Greater Miami area. Helen Hayes, Fredric March, Paul Lukas, Ralph Bellamy, Canada Lee, Sam Levene and other top-flight stars will be heard in the thirteen transcribed programs in this series which comes directly to grips with the problems of prejudice and discrimination. Based on actual incidents, they tell the dramatic stories of the I people who succeeded in overcoming this un-American blight. Helen Hayes stars in "Face to Face," which has been selected for the premiere program this Saturday. Miss Hayes plays a teacher who finds her class divided by prejudice planted in a boy's mind by his father. The prejudice leads the entire class DRY WOOD TERMITES through the use oi Now being completely eradicated (and carrying a 5 year guarantee) NYLON TENTS stretched over and completely encloeing the entire infested building in which a deadly gas is released. The NYLON TENT minimiies labor and greatly reduces prices in Monroe. Dade. Broward and Palm Beach Counties. ECONOMY EXTERMINATING Co. 1742 Alton Road. Miami Beach Ph. 5-3444 to discriminate against an American boy of Puerto Rican descent. Bravely, the indignant teacher fights the boy's father at the risk of losing her job. Participating in the live panel discussion during the first broadcast will be: George J. Talianoff, Miami Beach attorney and leader in human relations activities, who will serve as moderator; Rabbi Morris A. Skop, spiritual leader, Coral Gables Jewish Center; Joe Hall, assistant superintendent, Dade County Board of Public Instruction; and Mrs. John Matthews, president, PTA, Sylvania Heights Elementary School. "Lest We Forget—The American Dream" is produced by the Institute for Democratic Education in cooperation with the AntiDefamation League of B'nai B'rith. Edward Gaylor, program director, station WVCG, has announced that "The 'Lest We Forget—Stories To Remember' program series received the finest response of any public service series broadcast over this station. We are therefore most happy to continue broadcasting of an additional thirteen weeks of 'The Americn Dream' series." Cooperating in the presentation of "The American Dream" series is Coral Gables Lodge of B'nai B'rith. Members of the program committee are Edgar Miller, Dr. Leonard Glickstein and Theodore Wayne, ADL chairman. 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Ruth Jensen Will Wed Louis H. Rapp The engagement and forthcoming marriage of Miss Ruth Jensen daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Suis Jensen, 5824 N.W, 1st PI., an d New York City, to Louis H. Rapp "f Elizabeth, N. J., and Miami Beach, was announced Monday night at a dinner at the plover Club. Dr Jacob H. Kaplan made the announcement and made a toast to the prospective bride and bridegroom. The wedding ceremony will lake place Saturday evening, October 30, at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Kaplan. Gue-ts at Monday night's dinner were Dr. Kaplan, Dr. Erna Klass Dr. Rose London, Dr. Seymour'London, Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Sootin, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Akin Mrs. Ann Ernst, Mrs. Saul Ross. Mr. and Mrs. William Zuckennan, Mr. and Mrs. John Temple, Benjamin Sarvetnick, Mrs. Petar Stanick, Dr. and Mrs. Ira Rusenbaum, Dr. and Mrs. Harry Spring, Edyth Fleischer, Mollie W. Cohen, Shirley Rosenberg, Carol Tieger, Tina Fischer and Ethel Pont. Center Rosumes You Hi Breakfasts Youth breakfast services will be resumed at the Miami Beach Jewish Center on Sunday, October 30. at 9 a.m., it has been announced by Rabbi Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader of the center. These unique morning meetings have attracted as many as one hundred teen agers each week to participate in religious services, forum programs and musical events. Hosts for the first breakfast service of the 1949-50 season will be the Sisterhood of the Center with Mrs. Sigmund Schermer ond Mrs. Oscar Mamber in charge of arrangements Following services in the chapel led by Rabbi Lehrman, breakfast will be served in the patio. Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring will lead in community singing. Hadassah Makes Urgent Appeal For Clothing For Newcomers In Israel An urgent appeal for new clothing for newcomers in Israel has tH "ISe by D Mr l l!,' vinB Westin chairman of Hadassah Supplies of the Miami Beach Group. "Hadassah has been called upon to supply 70,000 refugees in Israel, who are in dire need of clothing," Mrs. Westin said. "This is an extreme emergency. If these people are to survive through the winter, we must furnish them with the required clothing. We can not fail." Hadassah is preparing eight different kits for age groups from infants to adults. These kits contain the minimum clothing supply for an individual, Mrs. Westin said. Clothing will be sent from this area by December 10. Miami Beach Group of Hadassah has set a goal of 500 kits. "We are asking the support of the entire community for this worthy cause," she continued. "Anyone having contributions may bring them to 1021 W. 46th St., Miami Beach, or call 58-4995, and I will see that they are picked up." Package Party The Sisterhood of Beth Tfilah will hold a package party Sunday, October 30. at 8 p.m. at the synagogue. 935 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. VOTE FOR m CHESTER M. WRIGHT %  For a cleaner, safer, better city. A long record of community service guarantees integrity and intelligent action. "VOTE WRIGHT" (Paid Pol. Adv.) Discussing plans for the expansion of the American Jewish Congress in this area are (I. to r.) Mrs. Frederick S. Grossberg, chairman of the presidium of the Florida Women's Division; Mrs. A. A. Hayden. president of the Miami Chapter; and Mrs. William Loeb. president of the Miami Beach Chapter. Benefit Card Party Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Fine will hold a card and canasta party at their home, 2250 S.W. 18th Ave., on Saturday, October 29, at 8 p.m. for the benefit of the Coral Gables Zionist District. Assisting the hosts will be the Mesdames Lester Toloff, Oscar Lelchuk and Morris Simon. Looking at typical clothing kits to be sent to newcomers to Israel are members of the Miami Beach Group of Hadassah who are making an all-out effort to collect new clothing for this project. Shown (1. to r.) are Mrs. Al Osheroff, co-chairman of the drive; Mrs. Irving Westin, chairman; Mrs. Alexander Kogan, president. Miami Jewish Community Center To Inaugurate Forum For New Citizens Aaron Courshon, communal leader, appointed chairman of the Anniversary Dinner of the Hebrew Academy, to be held Sunday evening, December 11 at the Grossinger-Pancoast Hotel, Miami Beach. Board To Meet A meeting and brunch for members of the board of the Beth David Sisterhood will be held Wednesday, November 2, at the home of Mrs. Meyer Forer, 2120 S.W. 24th Ave., according to an announcement by Mrs. Jennie Gordon, sisterhood president. Themeeting will begin at 10:30 a.m. A "Forum for New Americans" will be inaugurated by the Miami Jewish Community Center, 450 S.W. 16th Ave., on Wednesday, November 2, at 8 p.m. "This program, which will be FOR RENT New twin-bedroom, S.E. Exposure. With quiet, refined family of two. Away at business all day. Near three bus lines. 3575 S.W. 23rd Street Ph. 83-3443 after 6 WILL SHARE APT. Lady with 4-room apt. wishes to share same with one or two ladies. By year or season. CALL 82-4968 ROOM FOR RENT Couple with private home will share same with middleaged businessman. Year-round Rates. 1630 S. W. 20th Street SHARE HOME Middle-aged woman will share her lovely home with couple. Year-round rates. Convenient S. W. Location. CALL 4-6269 The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association Participating agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, ADVISES THE PUBLIC: 1To buy meat ONLY where you see the SIGN of the O.BLV.H. DISPLAYED. This sign assure, you that tho place Is !" 1or*.-.l by US. To buy poultry ONLY where you see the RING ol the ...MAM. the chickens. ... „,„, _,_.. Other information In the field of KanllTlb In this "* %  > obtained by calling our Director. Rabbi Joseph B. Rackovrty, Michigan Avenue, Miami Beach, Phoin S-S59. HARRY SIRK ,N. Pr... ftSSff.'VlSS: *M. BEAR, Vice Pr.a. conducted by Mrs. Nora Kraemer, who has had considerable experience in teaching the foreign born, and who is currently employed as a Berlitz School instructor, is not to be thought of as a class in English for aliens," said Julius Samuels, center activities director. "It is rather concerned with those foreign born and those refugees, who speak some English, or who have studied elementary English, so that they may gather together as a group to discuss matters of mutual interest to them and to participate weekly in some program of the Miami Jewish Community Center. "It is hoped that this program will further aid the many students who have been taught English through the National Council of Jewish Women in Miami to further adjust into the patterns and ways of American life," Samuels said. There is no admission charge for this service. Kessler Named Chairman Thanksgiving Dance Sam Kessler has been named chairman of the Miami Jewish Community Center's annual Thanksgiving dance to be held at the center, 450 S.W. 16th Ave.. on Sunday, November 27, at 8 pjn., according to Fred Grossoerg, social chairman. Leo Fisk and his orchestra will furnish the music. At a recent meeting of the committee it was decided that the price of admission will include entertainment, dancing and refreshments. Many novelties are planned and a prominent master of ceremonies will be the feature of the evening. News On Sunday A condensation of up-to-theminute Jewish news from all over the world as presented by Norman R. Lyons, Miami attorney on Jacob Schachter's Jewish Hour over station WTTT on Monday. Wednesday and Friday of each week at 1 p.m. will also be heard on Sunday at 10 a.m. over the same station. %. i. F. GIVEN PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT • 420 Congress Bldg. Phone 3-3658 MIAMI. FLORIDA WE ARE MAKING AN EXTRA EFFORT TO RENDER A SUPERIOR SERVICE The New S & M is under the supervision of the GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH S&M Kosher Market 810 S.W. 22nd Ave. 83-7748 FREE DELIVERY urrfine's 51 s t Anniversary SALE! MEN'S ANKLETS regularly 55c and 75c ,„.t1 HAND-TAILORED TIES regularly $1.50 79c Men's Furnishings, Street Floor NYLON STOCKINGS regularly $1.95 $1.49^, Hosiery, Street Floor LITTLE GIRLS' COTTON DRESSES $1.59 Little Girls' Wear, Fourth Floor The Season Eor Parties Is Here CONSULT AN EXPERT Continental Caterers, Inc. Kosher Caterers WEDDINGS • BAR MITZVAHS • BANQUETS (Hors d'oeuvres Smorgasbord) PARTIES AT HOME. TEMPLE OR IN LEADING HOTELS Official Caterers Miami Beach Jewish Center Under Complete Supervision of GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH FIRESTONE and SONNTAG 516 Washington Avenue Phorle S-G617 8 %  H



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PAGE TEN +Je*is*rk>ridlk>n FRIDAY. OCTOBER M m %  • i i Hebrew Academy llinner Scheduled Plans are being formulated for the second anniversary dinner of the Hebrew Academy which is scheduled for Sunday. December 11, at 6 p.m. at the GrossingerPancoast Hotel. Miami Beach. Over 400 guests attended the first j anniversary dinner, which was tendered as a testimonial dinner in honor of Dr. David S. Andron. Rabbi's Mother, Former Beach Resident, Dies Mrs. Bessie Mischaloff. mother of Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. passed away in her sleep Thursday morning. October 20. in New York City. Mrs. Mescheloff. a former resident of Miami Beach, was a member of the board of directors of the Beth Jacob Sisterhood, the Miami Beach Mizrachi Women, the Daughters of Israel, the women's chapter of the American Jewish Congress, the Yeshiva University Auxiliary, the Jewish Home for Incurables and many other charitable and philanthropic organizations. Mrs. Mescheloff. a frequent contributor of Yiddish poetry to The Day, is survived by three sons, one daughter and ten grandchildren. Rabbi Mescheloff is spending the week of morning at the home of his sister. Mrs. D. Robbins. 68-37 Yellowstone Blvd., Forest Hills. N. Y. Ileaeh Xeweomer IteccivcK Honor From Yeshiva A newcomer to Miami Beach was honored last week at a graduation ceremony at Yeshiva Unity, one of the nation's fore• institutions of higher Jewish learning. Israel Elenzweig who recently j lined the staff of the Workmen's Circle School was one of 40 refugee Hebrew teachers who were awarded certificates upon the completion of a seven-month intensive Hebrew teacher training course at the university. Since he is now at work in his new post. he was not able to attend the ceremonies and receive his diploma in person. The course in which Elenzweig participated was initiated and sponsored by the Religious Functionary Division of the Ni York Association for New Ami cans. The association, which began its operations last July is the nation's largest local voluntary social service institution and is wholly supported by the United Jewish Appeal. Arnold S. Askin. chairman of the executive committee of the New York association who delivered the graduation add: emphasized that as a result of their training at Yeshiva, the 40 immigrant students were now equipped to transmit their knowledge of the faith and culture of their people to American Jewish youth. 2nd Anniversary For December 11 founder and president of the academy. A like number is expected this year. Outstanding educators from various universities and educational institutions throughout the country have been invited to attend this event and have already signified their intention to be present. A speaker of national prominence will address the assembly. The dinner is conducted annually to raise funds for the academy's unique program of progressive Hebrew and English education. The expansion of classes and activities for the 1949-1950 school season will be discussed during the couse of the banquet. The academy is the only allday school in the Southeastern part of the United States which in addition to the required education program of the elementary grades, presents a thorough and planned program of Jewish education, as well as music, dramatics, arts, public expression and other studies and subjects of an experimental and progressive form. The public is invited to visit the academy and observe the course of study which has been approved by some of the nation's top educators. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that •inundersigned, desiring to ens, business under the fictitious name • >( HOME BAKERY m 2328 N \V. 7th Street, Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the lit Court of 1 'ade County, Florida Rl dlEHT L. SKBLLY MORRIS A. KII'KINIi FRANK HUBERT ELRY STONE Attorney for Home Baker) InIn C< HL' %  • ss RuiMiiig Miami, Florida 10 28 11 4-11-1S NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN IOUNTY -MM KIE'S C( >I"1!T. OADE COUNTY, FLORDA.—No. 21768. RE ESTATE OF HENRY W SCHMIDT, I .,., NoTlCE is herebj Riven thai l have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Administratrix of the estate of Henry \v. Schmidt, deceased: and that on tin30th day of November, 1849, will apply to the Honorable W. F, Blanton, County Judge <>f Dade County, Florida, for • \ il (if said final reporl anil for final discharge a* Administratrix of the Estati of Henry W. Schmidt, de• .IS' -I Tills -M'h day of October, 1949. MARY M. SCHMIDT, Administratrix of the Eat. of Henry \v. Schmidt, deceased. ELRY STi'NE Attorney fm Administratrix |ii 2*i II 4-11-18 Let BERNIE SAFFER Worry •. About Your FOOD Entertainment and the other thousand details for your Weddings, Bar Mitzvahs, Engagements, Lawn Parties, Cocktail Parties, Children Parties. Meetings, Buffets. A Complete Catering Service PHONE 9-0573 JACK & JILL 24 N.W 7th St. Off Miami Ave. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO APPEAR IV THE CIRCUIT COURT OF ; EUEVENTH JUDICIAL CIR< H OFFLORIDA. IN AND TOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHAN! BRY, NO. HELEN HEALY, Plaintiff, vs. THOMAS < %  HEALY, Defendant. TO THOMAS C. HEALl. 288 Cypress" Avenue, Ir^Treb^notlfW thai J bill for .li*.:.. has been filed against you i„ tluabove entitled cause, and you „,. squired to file therein your an-..,,.,:.. or anew* or before the 'i" 0 f November, 1949, otherwise Se allegations of said bill will be taken as confessed by you Clerk of the Circuit Court. '' U iiv' :i K. .1. QOULD, Deputy Clerk. MYBRS, HEIMAN %  >.• KAPLAS, attorneys for Plaintiff 28 il 4-11-18 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND Ko K DADE COUNTY, KI.ortlDA. — IN PROBATE, No. In Re ESTATE OF PRATT H HOSSACK, l leceased, To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims <>r Demands Against Said Estate: You and each of you, are herebj n-.tifie.i and required to present any i lalma and demands which you. or either of you, may have against the estate of "PRATT B, HOSSACK, der.-asi-d. late of DADE County, Florida, to the Hon. W. F. BLANTON County Judge of Dade County, and file thesame in his office In the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within elghl calendar months from the date of the fiist publication hereof. Said claims or demands to eontain the legal address "f the claimant anil to be sworn to and presented iaforesaid, or same will inbarred Bee Bectlon 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Date Oct. 24, A.D. 1949. LUCY C. HESSION, Ai Executrix of the Estate of Pratt l! Hossack, Iieceasjt d MAItlO.N BROOKS Attorney for Executrix 10 -'• 11 4-11 -18 ORDER FOR PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRC! 1 I Of FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. HARRIETT CHURCHTLL RAYMOND. Plaintiff, vs. WILLIAM E. FEROl SON, Defendant. TO; WILLIAM E. FEROl BON V^ABJ^SEREBY NOTIFIED to file vour appearance to the mil 01 Complaint for Anulment .fU^agalnst v ,„, by HARRIETT CHI R< HILL. RAYMOND, on or before the 26 day or November. A D. 1949, otherwise the .,11. -uati.-ns of said mil will be taken nfessed by you. 11.,-. .1 this 24 da) of October, A.D. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Sean. y ^^^ 11. put) Clerk. MARION BROOKS Solicitor for Plaintiff 819 oiympla Building Miami. Florida in 28 11 4-11-18 LEGAL NOTICE ORDER FOR PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. THEODOR ROSEBURY, Plaintiff, vs. LILY ROSEBURY, Defendant. TO: IJLY ROSEBURY 173 West 78th Street New York 24. N. Y. YOU ARE HEREBY ORDERED to file your appearance to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce, filed against vou by THEODOR ROSEBURY, on or before the 7th day of November. 1949 otherwise the allegations of said bill will be taken as confessed by >0 I)ated this 5th day of October, A.D. 1949. E HLEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. MARION BROOKS Solicitor for Plaintiff 819 Oiympla Building Miami, Florida 10/7-14-21-28 11/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of KAYE & MOLDAN, PHOTOGRAPHERS at 404 ICth Street, Miami Beach, Florida. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. HAROLD PAUL KAYE DAVID MOLDAN CERS1ION S. MILLER Attorney for KAYE & MOLDAN. PHOTOGRAPHERS ISO Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida 10/14-21-28 11/4 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY Qlvsa, the undersigned, desiring tJ!? ,h t business under the 'fjiVi 1 ,!,;'* nM In MAURYS MKNs \VFAR JK"* 3 Wnan^?iV "'t Court of BSift Sr,l L ',' Y Q RVINE OOle Owncr MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Applicant 10/14-21-28 11/4-11 to regrter"saiu"n,;', n,'^l l l l | K"""* of o the ( C.rcu.t Com, 'J&ISS NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ler Street, .Miami, norma, uiini to register said name with the Clerk nf the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. B. ARONOFF Sole ( iwiii-i 10/18 11/4-11-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name or TENDRICH's ROOMING HOUSE, Penine, Dade County. Florida, intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. 1SADORE TENDR1CH SAM TENDR1CH MOIE J. L. TENDRICH Attorney at Law 806 Blscayne Rldg. Miami. Florida 1" 21-28 11 4-11-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of M. G M Studio at Sorrento Hotel. 4891 Cll,ns Ave., Miami Reach. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. LEO BTEINMAN Sol.Owner 10 21-28 l! l-ll-is NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that th.undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Cy's Delicatessen at 8880 S. \v. sth Strut. W.st Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Com t of Dade County. Florida. SIMON RODIN Bole Owner 10-21-28 11'4-11-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of NU-ART SHOE REPAIRING at number 124 N.E. First Street, in the city of Miami, Florida, intend to register thsaid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida CARL BCHEVITZ EUGENE ARONOVITZ 10 28 11/4-11-18-25 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Undersigned desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of GENERAL HARDWARE COMPANY at 1611-1621 N.W. 36th Street, Miami. Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I >ade County. Florida IRVING GREENBERG FANNIE I FA YE) TUPLE I! GERSIIoN B. MILLER Attorney for General Hat-ware Company 10/21-28 11/4-11 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE. No. 23098. In Re: ESTATE OF SAMUEL J. AUGUST, sometimes known as SAM AUGUST, Deceased. To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: Vou. ami 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 SAMUEL J. AUGUST, sometimes known as SAM AUGUST, 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 date of the first publication hereof. Kald 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 October 10th. A.D. 1949. HILMA ROSE AUGUST. As Administratrix of the Estate of SAMUEL J. AUGUST, sometimes known as SAM AUGUST, Deceased. MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Administratrix 10/14-21-28 11/4 NOTICE TO CREDITA^ IN THE COUNTY Jr"[?%„.„ IN AND FOR DADE wSnSB In Re: ESTATE OF SARAH BRAUNSTEIN Deceased. To All Creditors and All person.n ing Claims or DenM-aaWJr* Said Estate: nu A S a "• 127634. „ (yrrn JORNA SIMBERC. Plaintiff, vs. 01 !" si.MBERG, Defendai 1 TO: OTTO BIMBERG Alloway Garage Alloway. New Jus. .. YOU ARE REQUIRED to IOTJJ to the Bill of Complaint 'orDWg filed in this cause, >t ,. r 7 day of November, 1949 OtherW the allegations thereof ill be as confessed J*3 u £fi!xBBH& t Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit C-rt^al) ^^ GEORGE JTALIANOFF Attorney for Plainttft 10/14-21-28 11/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW h 1 NOTICE IS HEREIN %  'VnKage* the undersigned, desiring to sag; „, business under the JSiloM st*W RAH RAH EAT S b-l'r-' Cor ,l Ponce de Leon """,''. 0 regl-" Gables, Florida, J n, 'V." 1 „ f the Clrsaid name with the CJerkoi in uU ^"^SK'KI^TIS^^"" MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Applicant 10/14-21-28 11/4-11 %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW v lha NOTICE IS R0BI ?!#*** the undersigned dcslri.'n^ ( ,, business under the f ctltiOUS gW Roberta's Beauty Salon re g. Third Avenue, Miami, in"'" l f t be Ister said name with the Ciers pol Circuit Court of Dade County, Wa ROBERTA LEE THOMAS 10/14-81-M 11/1-11



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rmnAY. OCTOBER 28, 1949 *Jenistrk>ridma,n PAGE ELEVEN Center Services To Honor Women A Sisterhodo Sabbath dedicated to the Miami Beach Jewish Center Sisterhood will highlight Friday night services at the Center, October 28 at 8:30 p.m. sneaking on the subject of "A Woman f Valor-Who Can rind Rabbi Irving Lehrman will „av tribute to the women of the center and their accomplishments during the past year. Participating in the ceremonies will be Mrs. Harry Rogers, president Mrs. Samuel Lipton, vice president; and Mrs. Ira C. Walsey, past president. The sisterhood sponsors the Hebrew school, Sunday school and all holiday activities and has expended a sum of $25,000 in the past twelve months to equip and furnish the center. The sisterhood recently celebrated its tenth year of service. Officers installed at a recent luncheon were Mrs. Harry Rogers, president; Mrs. Samuel Lipton, Mis Raymond Rubin, Mrs. Sam Wiesen, Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg, vice presidents; Mrs. Joseph Lipton, treasurer; Mrs. Wiliam Feuer, financial secretary; Mrs. Jack Falk, Mrs. George Goldberg, corresponding secretaries; Mrs. William Sussman, social secretary; Mrs. M S. Rubin, honorary president and Mrs. Irving Lehrman, honorary vice president and chaplain. Miss Bauer Appointed Miss Evelyn Bauer has been appointed to teach English classes for foreigners at the YWCA, S.E. 1st St. and 1st Ave. Miss Bauer received her B. A. in languages, majoring in French in German. She received her M. A. in commercial education. She taught English to foreign-born in I New York City and was one of the first five substitutes to give literacy tests to new voters in New York City. She was appointI ed to this position by Samuel I Stern, commissioner of the board I of education of New York City. Beth El PTA Holds Membership Meeting First membership meeting of I the Beth El PTA was held WedI nesday in the Dora August Hall, 500 S.W. 17th Ave. Mrs. Seymour Polin. membership chairman, and I Mrs. Herman Cantor were in I charge of refreshments. MesI dames Harry Kravitz, Morris ApI ner, Sam Siegal, Edward Mehler I and Ernest Chernoff served as I hostesses. Sol Sugarman of the I Hebrew Academy spoke and a I musical program followed. Lucky Strike Bowling Drives 2975 S. W. Eighth St. Phone 48-8615 Expert Instructors PHIL MARGOLIS, Owner ED ANDERSON, Manager A. B. C. Sanctioned Precision Surfaced Alleys IMPROVED BRUNSWICK EQUIPMENT Phone For Reservations Auxiliary Card Party Benefits Palsy Clinic Louis D. Brandeis Auxiliary 199, Free Sons of Israel, held a card party on Tuesday night at the St. Moritz Hotel. Proceeds went to the Cerebral Palsy Association. Mrs. B. LeBost was chairman of the affair. Assisting her were Mrs. H. Kahn, Mrs. J. Levine and Mrs. F. Trupkin. I Youth Committee Named Mayor Harold Turk recently named seven members of an advisory committee for the Miami Beach Youth Center, 2100 Washington Ave. Committee members -are Miss Malvina Weiss, Gus Jacobson, Dr. David Prensky, the Rev. Paul Jewett, Mrs. Russell Pancoast, Mrs. Harold Lynch and Assistant City Manager Kenneth ThompApproved by GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUS Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, Director Demand SINAI serve ;BO5CHT ....buy R0KE4CH The Sisterhood of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center recently celebrated its tenth anniversary with colorful ceremonies at a luncheon party at the Shelborne Hotel. Shown with a replica of the center's familiar dome are Mrs. Sam Weisen, chairman of the luncheon committee; Rabbi Irving Lehrman; and Mrs. Harry Rogers, president of the sisterhood. 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.1 '! %  I 1 | : i Gables Group To Hold Meeting The M Jewi* Caagregi of Cora] Gables will again welcome the Jewry QJ Create: M:ami at an open meeting to be held on Sunday at 8.30 p.m. at their new quarters. 2404 Ponce de Leon Blvd.. Coral Gables SundaVs event is the forerunner of rr.af.v other such affi-.rf : ned by the Gabies organiii"-i:,r. U arqua'irt the commur..:y %  • %  tt tot activities and aiau -'' % %  -'J Jewish Congregation Th£ new h--m ::' tin group, which was mad* poanbct tr.-.-ugr the efforts of Harry Sirkin Miam: Beach philanthropist w.. house events D1 interest tc botl adults and children Arts anc crafts, ballet aancir.g an: rr.usic appreciation ar an r.fthe ac::V:t!Pf -...• v ... t* :::;rcSunday's meeting -:• the presentation of the officers o. the ladies' a_x...;--> ;-na tenet of short talk! .: addition tc i prograrr ::' -J.-.:L. BeJecUOU Refreshment; wriD b %  erred Pressman Unveiling The dedication of a monurnen: -. : -.. r • he late Al harr. Pi tormerlj Jeffersor. A-.f Mian Beach wfl take plaef Sundaj a" -Pr: : the Jewish Section of woodlawu Pan: Cemeter? • %  • Rabbi Moses Meschelafl of ficiatin g Hi Presrmar. was i mer % %  • -•• -' Jacob Synagogue Hi wai v:vec by bif widow ;.:.: tw< sifters Priendi anc n .; t •'•ar<. asked u attem Arnold Unveiling 7 n | : •: i monument :• tin men *\? Arnold formertj oi 22S iWi St. Miam. Beach wil tak placs Sunday at 2:31 : -. a1 Ml Neb kernel h Rabl Mai Shi pPicturec a L tc i. Babb Chemofi E. Sefc ^^^^ %  ^^ u a.n whic h took place Saturday night al the Dora August Memorial HaU an at the BetJr B '^^SiS^SrSLS^L Pata tf.e Mesdames S. Mehler. S. Polin. H. Cantor. M. Sternst.in. !" ierVarti K' B Krev-.t2 and Mr. aniM ri. 1. Kwall. Pianist Will Open Concert Season 7r %  : Dd ber :-• -aung Mi ---: I ; •;. Sable foi %  th Z nisi :-::; %  di anc n U t an %  phot undei %  | • %  : Btudiei %  -ritl Tobiai Matthi .' T .. timai nc durad* a n: :.• • : %  he All 5) hundred sol r* .. %  %  be BJ Z Durini : '_ troop* a Engh Thii -' %  son ai I am Syn phoi hestra Sharei I nil To Hold Partv A Hall( veer, thi m --• %  BI thi pan tc hi given • Sharei Chaptei E na E Young Won en n Sal Jc•. • 21 Bt B:30p.m m ; %  lalagi •. •• : '. • Dr.cho$.RHYON OPTOMETRIST Kev -' 51 MIRACLE MILE • EYES EX AMIKEI LASSES F:TTI: %  v E3 AJC Organizes Hew General Division A new general division of thi American Jewish Congresi Miami In tial meetmj f the group took I Thursda; ev nil %  ... luded %  fe S. Grossberi em Georg< Bernstein Mark | :. Joseph K.£-frr.ar. Sidney! Lewis. David Ratrinowitz Juliui Is He::I i : D: K_Singer. Sidney Stepkin and Eh rnarc B sai Jewisl : ni SoutheasteiT field represent Formation ol thii new tzation :.;-r thi endorsement of tn Florida Women'i Divis thi American Jev | : ng anc such commu:. %  aderc as • .„:. So] Sugarman lrvmg Saal Maurice Grossmai :. Harr> Simonhof' anc othen Beach AJC Will Hold Luncheon • %  -•. V. rttiKy w.l. open ton,, 6145 La Gorce Dr.. ami Beach on Thursday, Vj rt U noon for the mber v I •.-. M ami Beach • tbi An er can Jewish ... |. esU a1 th flooi "•... n L x : president. and Mn 3 nv EOn ball Mrs %  Sreenberg Mn • *;::. executive officers. guesti a Alfred Lesser Ernest Busker. Berger. E T-•::.-. y.'-ris I %  ... Bas kin d stein and ( :,: %  = '.l:.-:rg ::.;-:rman of re -: I on committee, will their 1 ostessei the Mes:.;.--.Mac Werner. Arthur KimDorothv Lemelmar.. Henry Evelyn Streif, Gc-trude in Lou Ross. George Berk, een and Max Stern Ac scheme of yellow and tx used for decora%  • iincheon will be ser\-ed %  %  • • %  Bi %  : .rd B. Segi Sot %  Amer; ingress will be [ honoi A style show, musicaie ana art on the afternoon's -.. %  ,, ti may be ng B6-4592 w 5-20S7. Ponce Year Book Receives Nail Award Ponce ae Leon H.gh School's year book, the Caveleon, has been awarded a first rata^ a the Columbic Scholastic Press Association compi n Selected pecia] tion in ft( oook were t: -id photojy which juc. termtd the best they hac evei seer, a this type of publical Lester Toiofi of Pilkington Studio did the photography. Mrs Ha-^-y Koreteki >liaiiiiaii> Attend National Coaneil Baltimore Meet Mrs Aaron twrr. V.n Max Dreyei Mrs Nathsauel Levin and Mrs' Stanley C Myers are delegates I the nineteenth triennial of the National '. f Jewisl Women now :•• ing conducted at the Lord 3L.: t Baltin Alternates at• • %  ; %  %  < Mrs Nat L Mrs Joseph Fen.a.' ana Mrs William Capland. Theme of the conclave is "Forty-nineri — Prospei ton Peace" Maio: attention ... :.• accorded to the organize legislation. Bi I foreign born special welfare and various overseas projects now bemg maintained l r William (Bill) IWOLFARTH YOUR MIAMI | CITY COMMISSI0NEBJ A Hard Working Successful Businessman Di-patchrd WHEN PARK NG BROBLEKS anO traffic :rptior tinKe your daily tnp • %  : '"t Bn* iconvenient I I %  ""* ,c %  aoire about BUI cs %  '> P'tluPDeposit no Py"ol M-VI We wil oe pleased tc send "" -epresentat vt ti t.pam tM". at your conver el ; I Blue Ttibbon Have You Tried Us? SEE HOW MUCH A TRIAL WILL SAVE YOU W MONEY SUPER QUALITY AND SERVICE ON BOTH LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING FREE PICE UP AND DELIVERY 140SR. W. 7fc Ct PHONE £SS The Yiddish film. "Mamelle," starring tha: perennia'. levonte. Molly Picon will open at the Plaza Theatre or TuesdBy. Novemrjer i wher. the newly redecor atec South Beach showplace throwj open its doors. Last year the Plaia featured in person such topfhghj Jewish artists as Mist Picon. Menasha Skulnik. Jennie Goldstein. Moishe Oyshei. Maurice Schwartx and Freidle Oysher all of whom played tc SBC houses. According to Edgar Pearce manager, the theatre will continue tc offer the besi Yiddish films and top stage personalities. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE D ~ OGE'f O it'RT •RIKA No TI '! %  CA %  ,. I hv n ..ii' i" • -.ltiTi for ro* • • '...• • Y..:.7. % %  T'.ETH RA.INA. '-. h dav Of N-.v*.n.ir. VoVs, wll &j|>h tf> V F BLAN" IN .ac of Dad< Plnr... U %  -c af A • .. ;. VPKTK •: a*of October : %  .!. AU*REI RAJNA. ..-.-. .r._'-.-k:"ol *.hf EFTi: -_:2ABETH RAJNA TVr.acer: EL.KT BTONE • • to* Afirr.lr.'. tri ten OLFE Esfkti+edmm ARMORED muasBNcm r.o BOX IO:B • MIAMI FLORIDA ATTENTION HOME FREEZER OWNERS! TWe WomterfullyRa^owdSfeak TASTE BEFORE YOU WYFREE SAMPLE ON THE HOUSE! YOUR INSPECTION IS INVITE^ P&cked in Waxed Container For Immediate Delivery Call 3-8565 26 N.E. 27rti ST.



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FRIDA Y. OCTOBER 28, 1949 *Jewisii FkridMan PAGE THIRTEEN Flagler Granada Group To Hold Costume Ball Plans have been completed for a Halloween costume ball to be sponsored by the Flagler Granada Jewish Community Center on Saturday, October 29, at 9 p.m. at the Dora August Memorial Hall, 500 S.W. 17th Ave. Leo Rothstein, who is in charge of entertainment for the affair, requests that all guests come in costume Consecration of children attending Sunday school for the first time took place at Temple Beth Sholom during Simchas Torah. Pictured with the children are (1. Jo r.) Rabbi Leon Kronish, who officiated at the ceremony: Sarah Brameister of the religious school staff; Mrs. Leon J. Ell, chairman of the temple board of education; Shepard Broad, president of the congregation; Mrs. Alexander Robbing, president of the sisterhood; Cantor Samuel Kelemer; Sidney J. Greenberg, principal of the school: Marilyn Goodman and Marilyn Margolies of the school staff. Joseph Fenias, Gladys Glickman, Harold Sweet and Lester Korshak, John Owen, Jerry Green, Joseph Fenias, Mickey Krause, Sidney Huberman, Herbert Mathis, Victor Behar and Arthur Burrell. Miller To Speak To Sholem Lodge Alexander F. Miller, director. Southern regional office of the Anti-Defamation League, B'nai B'rith, will be the featured speaker at the annual "ADL Night" meeting of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, to be held Tuesday, November 8, 8:15 p.m. at Beth El Congregation, according to an announcement by John Kronenfeld, lodge president. Burnett Roth, Miami Beach city councilman, and ADL chairman of Sholem Lodge, will report on the lodge's local program. Herbert L. Blume, program chairman, is in charge of arrangements for the meeting. The public is invited. Freedman Engaged As Cantor In Hollywood Stella Grey To Take Lead In Beth Sholom Production Miss Stella Grey, daughter of Yvette Mann, former Zeigfield Follies star, will play the lead in Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood's production of "Stage Door" by George S. Kaufman and Edna Ferber, to be presented on the evenings of November 7, 8 and 9 at Miami Beach Senior High School. Miss Grey will portray the part of Terry which was the role of Margaret Sullivan when the play was first presented on Broadway several years ago. Burton Grey, Miss Grey's father, will portray Dr. Randal in the play. Mrs. Allen Herron, sisterhood drama chairman, announces that other members of the cast are: the Mesdames William Loeb, Nicky Markoff, Nan Bernstein, Arthur Burrell, Ruth Foreman, Justin Bauman, Allen Herron, Morry Morris, Ruth Kupper, Ned Satter, Mickey Krause, Rose Segal, Ben Dorson, Lillian Levine, Emanuel Goldstrich, Sidney Barr, M IAMI TITLt ,i Obstruct Co. 24 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE I Title Insurance Policies of Kansas City Title Insurance Co. Capital, Surplus & Reserves Exceed $2,000,000.00 104 N.E. FIRST STREET TELEPHONE 3-6661 Cantor Milton Freedman has been engaged to serve as cantor at the Hollywood Jewish Community Center, according to an announcement by Dan Tannen, president. Cantor Freedman began his cantonal career at the age of 11. touring the Eastern seaboard as a child prodigy. As a mature cantor, he has been associated with congregations in Miami, New York, Philadelphia and Georgia. He studied voice in New York under Dr. Douglas Stanley and Leon Carson. In Miami he studied under William Lee of the University of Miami* He received his religious education at the Yeshiva in New York and studied cantorial liturgy under such masters as Cantors E. Wasilkowsky and E. Schucpilinsky. Cantor Freedman is a lyric tenor. Elect REGINA L. McLINDEN Aa Your CITY COMMISSIONER QUALIFIED SINCERE DEPENDABLE GIVE WOMEN A VOICE IN CITY AFFAIRS Pull Lever 13-A (Paid Pol. Adv.) AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI Forty-Five Northeast First Avenue We, of DADE FEDERAL, sincerely appreciate the manner in which the people of Greater Miami have received our efforts to make our 15th Anniversary "open house" one to be remembered. The fact that so many thousands did attend our celebration since October 17th has really overwhelmed us. And since we have received so many requests, from others who were unable to attend, we are happy to announce that "open house" will be extended to November 1st. However, we have returned to our regular hours of business .. 9 A.M. to 3 P.M. Mondays thru Fridays 9 A.M. to 12 Noon on Saturdays Join the 26.000 members of the Dade Federal family now! Open your Savings Account today! MAIN OFFICE 45 NortbMSt First AVMM AllAPATTAH BRANCH 1594 Ntrthwst 3tli Strttt Qa&lfalekal£a#ittf* A S LONG AS THEY LAST! A VALUABLE GIFT WILL BE GIVEN To *VttYONE WHO OPENS A NEW SAVINGS ACCOUNT of $10. or more FREE s ouvenir$ tt nd ^ftenandoali candy AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI %  ••••#•• IJtc.ed a,oo.ooo.o • $ R.s.rv.t f xc.ad $1.100,000.00 ft2&?&. Savings Accounts An Ftdirilly InturM Up To J5.000 Br Tht Fidt'il Suing* •"" (n Insurance Corptitlion .ind Voui Swings Elm libtral OmdMtfs For Ton ismi truiyiM) %  'f-H A i ;! J



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FRID AY, OCTOBER 28, 1949 *Jewis§i norid/an PAGE FIFTEEN Milloff Welcomed By Hollywood Youth Group A welcome was extended to Dr Bernard Milloff, recently appointed by the Hollywood B;na. B'rith Lodge to act as co-adyisor Sith Miss Anna D. Daniels of the Bnai B'rith Youth organization, at a recent meeting of the group. Morton Reiss, program chairman, announced that movies on safet'v education would be prespnted by Sgt. Ted Donath, chairman of the Hollywood Safety Council, at the next meeting. Barry Lipsitz was selected to represent the group as the "Ideal Man" contest, sponsored by the Clara Hirsch Landau Chapter of Bnai B'rith Young Women, at ll, c l Intel Martinique, Miami Beach, on October 23. Sanford Curcie. president of the organization, was selected to act as "spokesman" for the contestant. Sid Simons. Howard Sharps, Arnold Covner and Jill Rifkin were introduced as prospective members by Fred Sultan, membership chairman. After the meeting, Nat Hurewitz. member of Hollywood B'nai B'rith Lodge, exhibited his original paintings of scenes visited during liis summer vacation in the North. Children's Home Group Will Meet Tuesday A canasta tournament will highlight the meeting of the Greater Miami Chapter of the National Home tor Jewish Children at Denver to be held at the James Hotel. 1680 James Ave„ Miami Beach, on Tuesday, November 1, at 1 p.m. A trophy will be presented to the tournament winner. A brief business meeting will be held and refreshment) will be served. Registration for the tournament may be made by contacting Mrs. Mel Crane, chairman, at 625 S.W. 22nd Road. Hostesses will be Mrs. Herman Wronker and Mrs. Marion Ross. Grand Lodge BPOE Officers Attend Local Lodge Meeting, Map Conclave Greater Miami shared the national spotlight last Wednesday when Emmett Anderson of Seattle, Wash., grand exalted ruler of BPOE and the Grand Lodge trustees met at the Miami Elks Lodge meeting which honored the R. E. "Pappy" NorRev. Fried Named Leader Of North Shore Center Hadassah Unit Holds Tea The newly formed Menorah group of Hadassah held its second membership tea Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Samuel Goldman. 1775 S.W. 16th Ave. Mis. Herbert Russcoe was the guest speaker. The Rev. Philip Fried has been appointed spiritual leader of the North Shore Jewish center and will conduct services in this capacity Friday, October 28, at 8 p.m. in the congregation's new meeting place at 916 Everglades Concourse, Miami Beach. The sisterhood of the center will hold an Oneg Shabbat immediately after the services. Need Help in a Hurry?—Cell A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE Whit* and Oolortd Help Phorm 9-5317 — 1-6727 61 N. E. 6th Street AL MEIDENBERQ, Owner The Showcase of Good Food The GOVERNOR CAFETERIA 1225 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH U,||.. Ill,, HsHELHlG LINDA BRANDS, inc. Exclusive Distributors of the Famous KOSHER ZION Delicatessen Products Suggest for your health, for your satisfaction demand "KOSHER ZION" Products, under the supervision of Rabbi Sholem Gedalia Kolpas. Made with the finest and freshest meat, under the strictest Kashruth supervision. Under U. S. Government Supervision ESTABLISHMENT NO. 1 Attention Storekeepers: LINDA BRANDS located at 12 S.E. 5th St., Miami, have on hand a complete line of Kosher Zion Delicatessen Products to fill your needs. Personal and prompt attention. Phone 82-2731 Wliiillli Hull il mil ""'I % %  like jwsn\ .......Infill llliiHtii cross Class inducting 150 new members. A national drive for one million members is being conducted this year. According to E. Albert Pallot, exalted ruler of the Miami Elks Lodge, there was an elaborate program honoring R. E. "Pappy" Norcross, pioneer Miami resident who has been a member of the lodge for 40 years and secretary for the past 15 years. He is the father-in-law of Mayor Robert L Floyd. Among the Grand Lodge trustees here for the induction were: J. E. Masters, Chicago, Grand Lodge secretary; Hugh W. Hicks, Jackson, Tenn., chairman of the board; Sam Stern. Fargo, N. D., vice chairman; Howard R. Davis, Williamsport, Pa., secretary board of. trustees; D. E. Lambourne, Salt Lake City, Utah, and Arnold Westermann, Louisville. Ky. While here the Grand Lodge trustees conferred with the committee of arrangements to set up plans for the 1950 National Elks Convention to be held in Miami next July with around 30,000 Elks attending. Also reviewed was the Elks Crippled Children's Hospital at Umatila, Fla., largest crippled children's hospital in the state, to which all the Florida Elks Lodges have contributed over $240,000 this year. New Non-Surgical Treatment of HERNIA (Rupture) HEMORRHOIDS CHRONIC DISEASES Dr. LONG'S CLINIC 4ML SUNRAYPARK HEALTH RESORT HOTEL-SANITARIUM FOB RESt. CONVALESCENCE AND CHROMIC CAJtl "A GOOD NAME is more to be treasured than riches." Proverbs GORDON FUNERAL HOME — 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 i 710 S.W. 12th Avenue Phone 3-3431 or 9-1436 JOS. L. PLUMMER Funeral Director n J, ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF HIS OFFICE FOR THE PRACTICE OF CHILD PSY n J SPECIALIZING IN BEHAVIOR PROBLEMS PSYCHOLOGICAL TESTING VOCATIONAL GUIDANCE 350 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA BY APPOINTMENT TELEPHONE 58-3643 HHMiisiDiMHnsiuaiiHUiuutin iiiJiiiii.iijiiiiJMiLniiinuni.iiHHiii iiaii4:i:iiiiiniriurnihaiiKM.i innrt:i iinriKijni,iUji:niiiiiriniiniuujuj.miitJiHanijjiiiaia^iuutiti^ujitii


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PAGE SIXTEEN +Jmlsti ncridian FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, w >*:* *0 %  • %  %  t w^i/w&. Delicafessen*Delicacies ->z and FINE KOSHER F000S Honq Famous ft>r Nationally known fcod$...Food Fair Is now famous for 1 well :. Selected, properly kept-, Oelicatessenawd Appettz£r foods...all priced low/ PRICES EFFECTIVE THUR., FRI., SAT. In All Food Fair Stores. ,-• ^^^ SEA FOODS Fresh Fish Cleaned and* Cut to Order :&' DEEP SEA For the Breitest and Freshest Variety of Delicatessen Foods and Fresh (CUT TO ORDER) Sea Foods buf, MIAMI BEACH'S MOST BEAUTIFUL 19th & Alton Rd .. off DADE BLVD. and DOWNTOWN MIAMI'S ONE STOP FOOD STORE AC II III Ot% A C# /Around the Corner \ 03 H. IfLUU 01V From Richards DELICATESSEN and APPETIZER SEPT. SCALLOPS LB. 69c BIRDSEYE. F.E.CU BEAN$ 19c STYLE BU OMOH MEATS Our Finest Milk-Fed Genuine Spring LEG 0' LAMB 65 S*U-S*u*x GROCERIES v W ... ,._ .... ._ .> *—. DEL MONTE If II |" I t REG OR DRIP lB ^|5f ^ MAINE SARDINES IN OIL 3 ^t SPICED BEEF DELICIOUS N. Y. /CaiAel PASTRAMI Vita BRAND %  %  — %  %  % %  %  m CREAMED HERRING MIDGET \ FARMER CHEESE EACH VA LB. VA LB. 8 OZ. JAR EACH $139 49' 33< 19 4W Q>iU PRODUCE Finest Quality U. S. No. 1 POJATOES 10 BS 29' Extra Fancy U. S. No. 1 MclNTOSH APPLES c ? !" ? 19 Now!7 Convenient Locations! • 19th & Alton Rood off Dade Blvd. • N. W. 104th Street and 7th Avenue • N. E. 55th Street — Biscayne Blvd. 35 N. W. 2nd Street (downtown) • 114 Ponce de Leon Blvd. off S. W. 37th Ave & Flagler 49 Beacom Blvd. off Flagler Street Often £ate f / m. • 1055 N. W. 62nd Stre-t FRIDAY SATURDAY Open £ate till 10 ?• "•


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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
October 28, 1949

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

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^SffiM-NUMBER 43
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 28. 1949
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Holtz Named Leader
At JWV Convention
The 54th annual encampment. Senate enactment of the Celler
f the Jewish War Veterans con- Bill for liberalization of the Dis-
u,H0H here after electing Jackson placed Persons Act of 1948 was
i voiced by Harry N. Rosenfield.
Displaced Persons Commissioner.
. of Boston, as national
commander. Mrs. Ann R Abelow,
f New York, was elected presi-
dent of the JWV ladies auxiliary
succeeding Mrs. Mae Werner of
Roselle. N. J. Both are attorneys.
Holtz is the first exclusively
World War II veteran to com-
mand the JWV. He defeated
Ruben B. Smith of New York
and succeeds Myer Dorfman of
St Paul, Minn., also an attorney.
Among the seven vice com-
manders chosen was Hylan H.
Kout of Miami Beach.
Earlier the convention adopted
a resolution urging the United
States to reject the U.N. Palestine
Conciliation Commission plan for
severing Jerusalem from the rest
of Israel. The resolution also
favored international control only
for those "sites recognized as Holy
Places" and advocated U.N. ad-
ministration by agreement with
the Israel government.
Drastic checks to prevent
'Nazis and Nazi sympathizers"
from returning to power in Ger-
many were advocated by the
group.
A resolution forwarded by the
resolutions committee asked dele-
gates to approve intensified re-
education efforts in Germany and
efforts to give "maximum en-
couragement" to any democratic
forces "that may exist in Ger-
many" to develop a dependable
democratic leadership, as well as
the assignment to occupation
posts oi U. S. personnel "who
have made positive contributions
to the functioning of democracy
in our own country." The resolu-
tion urged controls and regular
inspection of Germany industry
and scientific research trends. It
approved Marshall Plan aid to
Western Germany, but stressed
that "such aid is important only
insofar as it contributes to the
economic revival of Western
Europe as a whole."
Another resolution called on
the U. S. to assume leadership
in moving for United Nations
adoption of a convention "con-
demning genecide as a crime
punishable under international
law."
A ten-point appeal for prompt
The delegates heard Mr. Rosen-
field assert that the United States
has not done its fair share in re-
settling the displaced persons
rendered homeless by the war and
its aftermath. "The DP Act now
in effect," he charged, "sets up
a pattern of restrictions, prefer-
ences and numerical require-
ments which clearly discriminate
against Jews and Catholics," and
also "bar admission of 150,000
others, including thousands of
Protestants."
Rankin Introduces
Anti-ADL Bill
WASHINGTON, (JTA) A
bill which would make it a
penitentiary offense to belong
to the Anti-Defamation League
was introduced during the last
ten minutes of the recently-
concluded session of the 81st
Congress, which ended this
week, it was learned. The
measure was introduced by
Rep. John Rankin, of Mississip-
pi, and was referred to the
House Un-American Activities
Committee.
Under the terms of the meas-
ure, the Federal government
would be empowered to im-
pose prison sentences of not
more than five years and fines
of not less than $500 on per-
sons affiliated with the ADL.
Jews Terrorized In Iraq
TEL AVIV, (JTA)"The Israel government has received
reports confirming the persecution of Jews in Iraq by the Iraqi
authorities reaching unprecedented depths of brutality and
cruelty," an official spokesman said here. "Hundreds of Jews
Silver Will Head
Gables Fund Drive
Appointment of Sam Silver to
head a $65,000 building fund drive
to be conducted by the Coral
Gables Jewish Community Cen-
ter was announced this week by
President Herbert Gelernter.
Silver, who is a founder and
first president of the congrega-
tion, is now mapping plans for
the drive. He announces that this
is a "Once in a Lifetime" oppor-
tunity for residents of the Gables
area to participate in the building
of Coral Gables' first Jewish
house of worship which is located
at 320 Palermo Ave.
Silver has appointed a steering
committee to work with him in
formulating campaign plans.
Members of this group are Sam
Weissel, Maurice Corenblum, Sam
Schulfand, William Pallot, Meyer
Baskin, Herbert Gelernter, Bill
Glick, Joseph Koven, Nat Wino-
kur, Lee Elman, Dr. I. Berger and
Mrs. Bill Glick.
Israel May Bring Up
Iraqi Pogrom At UN
WASHINGTON, (JTA) Is-
rael may bring the issue of Iraqi
pogroms before the United Na-
tions, Israel Ambassador Eliahu
Elath said this week after a talk
with George C. McGhee, As-
sistant Secretary of State for
Near Eastern Affairs. Ambassador
Elath called at the State Depart-
ment following a request made
of the United States by the Israel
government to intervene to halt
the persecution of Jews in Iraq.
(At Lake Success, it was
pointed out that the issue can-
not be brought before the pres-
ent Assembly session whose
calendar is already closed. The
Israel delegation to the United
Nations will, however, take
notice of the situation in Iraq
at the first opportunity which
presents itself in the course of
debate in various U.N. com-
mittees.)
are being terrorized and are in-
terned in concentration camps,"
the statement said, adding that
"their property has been con-
fiscated and they have been im-
prisoned without cause."
The spokesman said their "try-
ing to escape and reach Israel has
provoked an unleashing of full
vengeance by the Iraqi authori-
ties against the Jewish commun-
ity. A new wave of persecution
started three weeks ago on Yom
Kippur when police invaded the
sanctity of a synagogue at Amara,
south of Bagdad, and arrested
ten worshippers, among them the
chairman of the community
council.
"The arrested were not in-
formed of the charges against
them," the statement continued.
"Three days later, five Jews were
arrested in Bagdad and their
houses were ransacked. The next
day they were tortured in order
to extract from them a confession
that they belonged to the Zionist
movement and were responsible
for arranging the escape of Jews
from Iraq. Additional searches
were carried out in Bagdad in
Oct. 12 and scores of Jews were
arrested.
"These new detainees were also
tortured. Since then, searches ar-
rests and tortures have continued
on an ever-increasing scale. Po-
lice have also broken into schools
and teachers and pupils have
been arrested. Late reports show
that more than 100 newly-ar-
rested Jews were sent to the Abu
Grib camp south of Bagdad, with
an additional 70 held for in-
vestigation. The detainees include
parents of people who allegedly
made their way to Israel. The tor-
tures were carried out according
to the best known Nazi methods
and the victims include several
young women.
"The Bagdad Jews," the spokes-
man asserted, "are stricken with
fear and are positive their entire
community borders on disaster.
Fearing grimmer reprisals, they
have not dared to raise their
voices, Iraqi authorities have im-
posed a strict ban on news of
these happenings in the local
press for fear of repercussions
abroad."
Over TOO Expected To Attend State
ADL Seminar-Workshop In Orlando
an announcement by Miss Ethel
More than 100 men and women
from communities throughout the
state are planning to attend the
Florida ADL seminar-workshop
Sunday, October 30, at the San
Juan Hotel, Orlando, according to
Plans Shaping Up For Home For Aged
Sixth Anniversary Dinner November 6
on Sunday, November 6, according to HaroldIB. Spaet, P
of the home and leader of the $300,000 building fund drive no
being conducted by the home. --. from the home
Among the honor guests will a man and woman from
who will be selected by fellow residents. ,_ old Foiks
The dinner will mark the beginning of Honor tne "" ,
Week" The board of directors of the home recenUy sent a
tion to Gov. Fuller Warren requesting tha* J^lt?*", "eVsent to
this week in honor of the aged. g^eSfS&WJBtod.
the mayors of Miami, Miami Beach W""* t deliver
In addition, all rabbis in ^'^^XSSrTSd 5.
lermons on this subject on the Sabbath HJWBwri
Over 300 persons are expected,to attend *' % 10 0.clock
Co-hosts at the dinner will meet Sunday morning
for a report breakfast at the Shelborne Hotel.
Pont, president, Florida State
Federation of B'nai B'rith Wom-
en's Chapters, and Gilbert J.
Balkin, director, Florida regional
office, Anti-Defamation League
of B'nai B'rith.
Starting at 10:30 a.m.. the all-
day workshop will be divided
into three sessions, morning, m-
terfaith luncheon and afternoon.
The program will conclude at 5
p.m., according to Miss Pont.
Feature luncheon address will
be delivered by Miss Malvma
Weiss, principal. South Beach
Elementary School, Miami Beach,
who will speak on "Teaching
Democracy in the Public Schools.
Mrs. Sam Silver, ADL chair-
man. Sholem Chapter, B nai
B'rith Women, Miami, is in charge
of the Greater Miami delegation.
Reservations for the statewide
session may still be made in Mi-
ami through Mrs. Sam Silver
Greater Miami chairman, 330
Seybold Building, phone 3-6306.
"The conference will emphasize
full participation of all persons
attending," Miss Pont stated.____
Speaking at the reception given in his honor Sunday by mem-
bers of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Keymen's Club is
Dan Ruskin, who will head the 1950 Combined Jewish Appeal.
Following a speech in which Mrs. Archibald Silverman. who has
made 17 trips to Israel, outlined the pressing needs of the young
Jewish nation, tome 600 representatives of the Jewish community,
led by Sam Blank, Carl Weinkle and Judge Harold B. Spaet,
pledged that they would serve as volunteers in the 1950 campaign.
ior a report breakfast at tne >www --------________________.------------------ -,_
----------------------- ITp^sIdent Urges; Jewish Sectarianism foreshadows Doom
Ulllte, Rabbinical COUnCll ..... llUinlif.ilv nf Pe,iBious causes and The twelve rabbis honored were members
NEW YORK, N. Y.-Dr. Israel Tabakof Baltimore.
Maryland, president. Rabbinical Council of America,
asserted that Jewish sectarianism is atteacry '"
hadowing the doom of Jewish life in *" country we
American Jews should do away with the *Mn?.
tionalism which is dividing us more and more pa>
fully," he added. ., _
Dr. Tabak recommended the >!**
new type of synagogue in America a WW s
that will be called neither Orthodox, nor Conserva
tive nor Reform-but Jewi.h-a f^SSSSSkM
non-sectarian Synagogue that will be Pn V
he Synagogue of the State of Israel. The Jewiin
masses are waiting for the establishment of sucn a
Synagogue." Dr. Tabak continued. ,.nfl,,,ed and
He said that American Jews are. confused an
bewildered by the multiplicity of religious causes and
institutions and by the divisiveness in Jewish ranks.
"Now that there is one people of Israel, let there be
one faith of Israel," he declared.
The president of the organization comprising almost
500 ordained Orthodox rabbis in 40 states, expressed
the belief that the competitive efforts in fund-raising for
religious institutions, and the overlapping in the various
campaigns for educational institutions are not only a
ereat waste of effort and expense but are calculated
seriously to jeopardize the future of Judaism in this
counDrry" Tabak spoke at a public reception tendered
to him and eleven other rabbis at the West Side Insti-
tutional Synagogue, 122 West 76th St., New York City.
The twelve rabbis honored were members of a Rab-
binical Council of America delegation to Israel's Chief
Rabbi relative to establishing the Chief Rabbinate of
Israel as the central religious authority for all Jews.
The rabbi of the Shaarei Zion Congregation in
Baltimore said that Judaism in Israel is developing
along new lines altogether. He reported that studies are
now being undertaken to bring the ancient laws and
traditions of Judaism into harmony with the new
dynamic form of life which is now growing up in
Israel.
"I wish to make it clear that Judaism in Israel
it not a state religion. In Israel, there is unity within
diversity. In spite of the different groups there are
no sects in the theological sense of the word."
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28.
1949
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Last Sunday, the Jewish War Veterans closed their
annual convention at Miami Beach. The prestige of
this organization :s attested by the high ranking of-
ficials 'Aii ..' itvssed the meetings, the lunches, the
banquets. This gives satisfaction to those of us
who encouraged the formation of JAVA". Posts in
Florida about 10 years ago. Some nervous folk, with
the mentality typical of the American Council for
Judaism, fairly "shook in a delirium tremens at the
prospect of a national convention at Miami m 1939.
Ever. B'nai B'::th. with its cautious conservatism,
hesitated bet. ssing a resolution of endorsement
at its own state convention then meeting in Jack-
sonville.
Services Rendered By Posts
Th' stimulated by World
w nted tiie size the influence, the
J WAV Th s institution renders effi
service t veterans, their widows or dependents, in
secui fits they are entitled to by law Its
p, .......end -le zeal such cases as are
- times ii ___i '' laxity, the _in-
,: len r I :r.ii:t:erence of officials i" Jther
veteran render valuable service
:-. ....: n and guiding grateful
clients tl *es and intricacies I Veterans
Adn n procedure
.Act The Sal -' Scale
In thi largei field of good will relati as with >ther
..- IDS the J W V. is a v.;:...,rie
It :- ." th, i refi nt of the fight '. r
nt I n nt:- -. and pi -
-. n ".-. is the only Jewish >rganization
. th-. Aiv.eiuar. L<.i. r. ..: Veterans
': p ign \v. in the struggle ..-air.st anti-
g gnificant place alongside the
- C mmittee. th Ar.ti Defamation
Leag :. an Jewish C ogress Its
ng the Republic of

7 y II Riot
1- egrettable to rr nti n
Jewish War Veterans And
By HARRY
=> recent affair which reflects on this body and which
"DurS/Se height of the past summer, a group
H^ded on a concert with Paul Robeson as the chief
ae^.ded on a conce. Dresence of this singer of
232? tools fnd Neero spirituals was calculated
^^plreTc^mSnist-demo^stration^e^^nce.
areelv Jewish, was by no means Communist or
Ivn^oithtaersTwith Mosmw ideology. Vacationers on
^gfhev were simply in a mood to enjoy a
"I. ... f, nr.e-a- But American Legionnaires. Vet-
mW and Catholic ex-soldl8 were
on^fand to prevent *P the concert. *.th
em'pers r .re I a dai degree. ^ k"v
liffins r..... had to be whisked back
SkY? before he c i sing a note. A contingent
of Jewish War Veterans I k its stand along with
other super patri tit vigilantes
The Second
Seve-al weeks passed and the sponsors were de-
temtaed hav! theh concert This time Paul
Ribeson sang his pieces Again veterans of the same
org^nizatitnf appeared. A flarmng.cross wasUt by the
Klu Klux Klan. A placard displaced Wake up
America! Peekskill did." Stones jut through the
:-kkes" store windows. Fists swung freely and bloody
- and black eyes -ere in evidence Once the fun
started there wasn't much discrimination. Mobsters
and hodlums turned upon_ their allies and con-
federates, the very Jewish Veterans who came with
the best of patriotic intentions.
The $64 quest ion is what were Jewish War Veterans
ing in such company and on such a n- A
their sentiments no different from the rabble rout-
ing, hate mongering elements in reactionary organ-
izations, who talk Americanism and act like Nazi
Storm Troopers. Were the Jewish boys also eager to
-.etch hunt or a lynching party? The memory
Of the long Galut. in which their ancestors were the
The Peekskill Riots
SDMONHOFF
perennial sufferers, should have kept them frnm
the side of ruffians and bigots bent on mob violenr
against a peaceful audience assembled to hear a
concert. And even if some Communist spef-ches haH
been made, there is an article in the Constitution
guaranteeing the right of peaceful assembly The
are adequate law enforcing agencies. The recent
long drawn out trial conducted by Judge Medina
shows the power and effectiveness of the laws deal
ing with efforts to overthrow our system of a0vl
eminent.
Paul Robejon
This is no endorsement of the Communists Thev
are a reprehensible lot. Nor do I hold an accolade
for Paul Robeson. That he resents White America
is understandable. The treatment of the Negro hv
not only the White South but the White North
is a blot on American Democracy But isn't he
rendering a disservice to his own 'race1 His bitter
statement that Negroes of America will n .-. help the
U.S. in a war with Russia is unwise as it jg jn.
flamatory. Robeson is quite wealthy and much in
the public eye. He therefore enjoys an immunity
not shared by the lowly Negro working ..-. the city
sewers or by the unprotected semi serf in the
Mississippi lowlands.
The Duty To Fight Intolerance
We are gratified to hear that the leaders of the
J.W.V. have condemned the action of the Post which
took part in the Peekskill pogrom. They have also
taken steps to make a repetition of this disgraceful
business impossible. But the national c mmander
surely had ample notice after the first incident to
prevent any Post from participating in th< It is a pity the Peekskill J.W.V.s did n '. read the
closing paragraph in Marvin Lowenthais Jeu-s o/
Germany:
"No land can remain half-bigot and half-tolerant.
The fight against fanaticism is one fight, r. matter
who the victims are. In waging the fight to save
himself or his kind, everyone must be prepared to
shed his prejudices as well as his blood to save even
those whom he feels impelled to despise "
Herald Writer To
Speak At Center
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he held 11 i w Miami Jev. --
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FR1DAY, OCTOBER 28, 1949
+Jewish fhrldllan
BB Membership
Drive Quotas Set
Membership drive auotas for
six B'nai B'rith Lodges in their
current drive have been an-
nounced by George J. Talianoff,
chairman of the campaign in
South Florida.
Greatest increase in B'nai B'rith
members is expected in the
Sholcm and Miami Beach Lodges
which have taken a goal of 375
and 300 new members respective-
ly. The North Shore Lodge quota
is set at 75 new members and
Coral Gables Lodge has pledged
100 new members.
Tropical Lodge of Miami Beach,
comprised of college men and
veterans between the ages of 21
and 35. expects to enroll at least
50 new members, while Isaac
Levin Lodge, youngest unit, will
add 25 new members.
E. Albert Pallot, president of
the B'nai B'rith Council of Great-
er Miami, has announced that
gold pencils with platinum
menorah emblems suspended in
the barrel will be awarded to
each worker enrolling five mem-
bers or more. A parchment cer-
tificate and a marcasite menorah
lapel pin will be issued by the
District Grand Lodge No. 5 to
men enrolling 10 members or
more.
For information concerning
B'nai B'rith men over 21 are in-
vited to call the B'nai B'rith
Council offices and ask for Mrs.
Marcia Borak at 82-5685.
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Itosalvn Klein To
Attend Hadassah
Meet In Frisco
Miss Rosalyn Klein, president
of the Miami chapter of the Busi-
ness and Professional Women's
Division of Hadassah, has been
chosen as delegate to the Hadas-
sah convention to be held in San
Francisco November 11 through
16. Miss Klein plans to leave Mi-
ami about October 30 for a ten-
day visit with her family in
Cleveland. From there she will
travel to San Francisco for the
cnnvention. Following the con-
vention she will spend some time
visiting friends in Los Angeles
before returning to Miami.
A cultural meeting of the group
was held on Monday night at the
Miami Jewish Community Center.
The program featured a panel
discussion on the subject, "Ha-
dassah's Relationship to Israel."
Members leading the discussion
were the Misses Gloria Cooper,
Maralene Lurie, Goldie Sanders,
Edythe Bernstein and Pearl
Kornfield. Mrs. Leslie Kamsler
and Mrs. Bernard Kimmel were
chairmen of the affair.
Plans are being made for a
Chanuka dance to be held in
December.
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hold its first fund-raising affair
of the season, a Halloween jam-
boree, on Saturday, October 29,
at 8 p.m. at the Miami Woman's
Club, 1737 North Bayshore Dr.
Music will be furnished by
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tra. There will be rumba and
waltz contests, a floor show and
refreshments, including dough-
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Planning the third annual Halloween whirl to be sponsored
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at the Hyde Park Hotel on Saturday. October 29, at 9 p.m. are
4(1. to r.) Sam Kessler. over-all chairman; Ernest Harris, co-chair-
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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 28,
1949
EDITORIAL
The Aaronsburg Story
The picturesque town of Aaronsburq, Penn-
sylvania, lies in a lush valley between the Seven
Mountains and Shriner Mountain in the Alle-
ghenies. Geographically it does not perhaps even
merit a dot on the map. Its existence and history
is most likely known to few Pennsylvanians and
to still fewer people outside the state. Yet its four
hundred residents this week basked in a glory
that is as truly American as it is human.
The story goes back to colonial days. In the
year 1760, a certain Levy, a Jewish immigrant,
arrived from Amsterdam on American shores.
Before many years elapsed he became a mer-
chant of great eminence and esteem. During the
Revolutionary War, besides furnishing supplies
to the regular army, he lent large sums to our
Continental Congress, money only partially re-
paid. Twenty years thereafter, finding himself one
of the largest land proprietors of his state, Aaron
Levy decided to found Center County's first town,
Aaronsburg. This town, he hoped, would some-
day grow to become Pennsylvania's capital city.
It was from the Aaronsburq acreage that Aaron
Levy deeded two lots to the Salem Evangelical
Lutheran Church, one on which to build the
church and cemetery, the other on which to build
the Lutheran school. Insisting always on religious
tolerance, Aaron Levy stipulated in the agree-
ment from the very first, that the use of the church
be also granted to the Reformed parishioners,
whose own church had burnt down. In com-
memoration of the church's first service, the Jew-
ish immigrant presented the Lutherans with a
pewter communion set fashioned by the finest
metalsmiths in Philadelphia. The set, though lost
for many years, is now in a glass covered vault
kept in the church vestibule.
Aaronsburg, as we know, never became Penn-
GENTLEMEN, MY RIGHT ARM!"
sylvania's capital. Its founder's hopes never bore
fruit. But it is questionable whether Aaronsburg
didn't become something even more important.
For Today, Aaronsburq is a symbol of religious
brotherhood and good will, a symbol urging that
all faiths regard each other with the tolerance and
graciousness that is expected of religious con-
Shooting High
When some months ago it was reported that
there was a discernible lull in the organized
activities of America's hate-mongers and anti-
Semites, we were inclined to accept the develop-
ment as an omen of an encouraging trend. And
this despite the fact that our own observations
of the scene gave little cause for optimism.
Now the Non-Sectarian, Anti-Nazi League re-
ports that, at a secret conclave at St. Louis, the
rabble rousers showed alarming strength and
disquieting financial backing. In fact, the notorious
hate spreader Gerald K. Smith was reported to
have boasted that only lack of funds prevented
him in the past from moving his black clouds over
the eastern part of the country. If we take the
League reporter's word, it appears that the hate
mongers are about to start a nationwide drive
against Jews, and with unprecedented vicious-
ness.
It is quite possible that the League's picture is
somewhat colored. But, in a battle such as this
relentless vigilance can never be a fault.
victions. It is also a symbol of how such brother-
hood and good will can be realistically im-
plemented.
By celebrating the 150th year of the existence
of a church made possible through the charitable
contributions of a Jew, the town of Aaronsburg
has placed itself in the forefront of the struggle
for those principles of brotherhood which are in-
herent in all great faiths. We hope that among
the lofty speeches that were delivered at the oc-
casion pause was made to remark that Aarons-
burg remembers Jewish bounty even though only
one Jewish family now remains in that town.
Education Bureau
Board Will Meet
A meeting of the board of di-
rectors of the Bureau of Jewish
Education of Greater Miami will
be held at the Beth David Con-
gregation, 135 N.W. 3rd Ave. on
Monday. October 31. at 8:15 p.m..
according to Max Meisel, presi-
dent.
A report on the bureau inquiry
involving an alleged breach of
teacher relationships will be pre-
sented by Louis Heiman. The
problem of further bus transport-
ation for the Jewish schools will
be presented by David Isen and
a report on adult Jewish educa-
tion classes for the coming year
will be made by Mrs. Matilda
Ratner. Jewish Book Month,
which is celebrated this year from
November 11 to December 11. will
also be a subject of report by-
Harry Simonhoff.
Main item on the agenda will
be an evaluation of the meaning
of affiliation with the bureau
both from the standpoint of the
bureau and the schools involved.
Representatives from all organ-
izations in the community will be
present to discuss the issues in-
volved.
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To Meet Tuesday
David Rothenberg, chairman of
the speakers bureau of the Cere-
bral Parents Council of the Dade
County Society for Crippled Chil-
dren, announces that a meeting
of the speakers will be held at
the Fiesta Room of the Ever-
glades Hotel on Tuesday, Novem-
ber 1, at 8 p.m. Rothenberg re-
quests that all members of I he
speakers bureau, as well as those
who are interested in offering
their services to the speakers bu-
reau, attend this meeting.
A film, entitled "A Day in the
Life of a Cerebral Palsied Child,"
will be shown at the meeting.
This is a sound film in techni-
color taken at Dr. Winthrop
Phelp's school in Cockeysville,
Md.. and shows a typical day in
the treatment and rehabilitation
of a cerebral palsied child.
Ackerman Heads Center
Nominating Committee
Leon Kaplan, president of the
Miami Jewish Community Cen-
ter, this week announced the ap-
pointment of Leo Ackerman as
chairman of the nomination com-
mittee, which will bring in rec-
ommendations for officers and
board members to be elected at
the annual election meeting in
December.
The annual nomination meet-
ing will be held on Thursday,
November 3, at the center audi-
torium. The committee will bring
in a slate after which nomina-
tions will be permitted from the
floor
Serving with Ackerman on the
committee are Herbert Scher,
Paul Sobel, Esther Grossberg.
Sam Beckman, Fred Shochet and
Dorothy Kaplan.
Mrs. Cromer Heads
Miami Hadassah
Mrs. Jasper Cromer. newly
elected president of the Miami
Group of Hadassah, was hostess
to the, members of the board at a
"kaffee klatch" held at the Mi-
amian Restaurant on Monday
morning.
A resident of Miami for the
past thirty years, and one of the
founders and past presidents of
the Junior Hadassah. Mrs. Crom-
er has taken over the duties of
Mrs. H. C. Moser, who was forced
to resign because of ill health.
Child Psychologist
Opens Offices Here
David Rothenberg has an-
nounced the opening of offices at
350 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach,
for the practice of child psy-
chology.
Rothenberg completed his un-
dergraduate and graduate aca-
demic study at the University of
Miami, where he received super-
vised field training at the YM-
WHA nursery school in Miami,
the Dade County Home for De-
pendent and Delinquent Chil-
dren and the Merrick Demons-
tration School in Coral Gables.
Most recently associated with
the Department of Corrections
and Public School System in
Michigan, Rothenberg has also
completed advanced graduate
study at Michigan State College.
In a statement concerning the
benefits that parents may derive
from the child psychologist,
Rothenberg says: "The child psy-
chologist, because of his unique
training and experience, is able
to evaluate, analyze and inter-
pret the personality and the in-
tellectual areas of the specific
child, and is, therefore, able to
offer the parent more effective
approaches to the administration
of the child's activities."
Program For Aged
A program was presented at
the Jewish Home for the Aged
Sunday afternoon. Participants
were W. A. (Pop) Weidemeyer,
Paul Brenner, Bess Weiner, Faye
Drazin and Leon Kaplan, violinst
with the Metropolitan Opera As-
sociation. Leo Steinman and Jos-
eph W. Malek, who are in charge
of these programs, served as mas-
ters of ceremonies.
Beth David School
Draws Record Number'
A record number of students
enrolled at the Beth David reli-
gious schools last week, accord-
ing to Rabbi Max Shapiro, princi-
pal. Over. 500 students registered
for Sunday school and 150 are
attending the Hebrew school. All
classes meet at the new building,
S.W. 3rd Ave., between 26th and
27th Roads.
The faculty of the schools con-
sists of 18 teachers. Jerome B.
Gordon is superintendent and
Frank Rose is chairman of the
board of education.
Isaiah Women To
Hold Tea Nov. 2
Temple Isaiah Sisterhood will
hold a membership tea Wednes-
day, November 2, at 1:30 p.m. at
the Delano Hotel, Miami Beach,
according to an announcement by
Mrs. Clara Mae Van Ness, presi-
dent.
Mrs. Aaron Courshon is chair-
man of the tea. Co-chairmen are
Mrs. A. Harris and Mrs. Van
Ness.
Rabbi Moshay P. Mann, spirit-
ual leader of the congregation,
will speak briefly, and Mrs. Ben-
jamin Silver will outline plans
for future events. Abe Schoen-
field. Jay Jacoby and David Gutt-
man will appear in a humorous
skit. Pianist Duke* Leonard will
also appear on the program.
Council Women
To Meet Nov. 2
A round table discussion will
highlight the next meeting of the
National Council of Jewish wom-
en, to be held Wednesday. No-
vember 2, at 1:30 p.m. at the
Saxony Hotel, Miami Beach, ac-
cording to an announcement by
Mrs. Aaron Farr, president.
Mrs. Harry Barnhard, inter-
faith chairman, will be chairman
of the day and Mrs. Aaron Farr
will preside at the meeting.
Subject of the discussion will
be "The Place of Religion in
Democratic Education," with
Reverend Joseph Barth of the
Unitarian Church serving as mod-
erator.
Participants will be Dr. Charles
Tharp, dean of liberal arts at the
University of Miami; Rabbi Leon
Kronish, of Temple Beth Sholom
and George Brautigam, attorney,
who will speak from the lay-
man's point of view.
Gables Women
Plan Party
The Sisterhood of the First
Jewish Congregation of Coral
Gables will hold its first social
event of the season with a mem-
bership card and man jong party
on Thursday, November 3, at 8
p.m. at 2410 Ponce de Leon Blvd.,
Coral Gables.
The group's board of directors
met Monday night at the home of
Mrs. Sally Mande, 3134 S.W. 21st
St.
Bowling Meet
A bowling meet will be held by
the Miami Unit of Junior Ha-
dassah on Tuesday, November 1.
at 8 p.m. at the Lucky Strike
Bowling Drives, 2975 S.W. 8th St.
Miss Mickey Einhorn will direct
this sports event, to which all
girls between the ages of 18 and
25 are invited.
Englander Appointed
Mai Englander has been named
chairman of a Miami Beach
Junior Chamber of Commerce
committee which will assist the
Miami Beach Recreation Depart-
ment with its Halloween party
at Flamingo Park October 31. On
Englander's committee are Bill
Holleman. Ed Newman. Arthur
Singer, Herb Schechter, Arnold
Cowamn, Hank Dryfus and Bill
Whiten.
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Young Israel To
Moot Sunday
Young Israel Synagogue of Mi-
ami Beach will hold a general
membership meeting on Sunday,
October 30, at 7 p.m. at the syna-
gogue, 4001 Chase Ave. Nomina-
tions will be made for elections
to take place at the next meeting
and a date for the dedication of
the house of worship will be set.
Plans are being formulated by
the congregation to launch a
membership drive. In addition,
the congregation is organizing
clubs for boys and girls of various
age levels. Officers of the syna-
gogue request that anyone inter-
ested in leading one of these
groups contact the center at
58-1251. All young men in the
41st St. area who can officiate at
Orthodox services are urged to
join. ________ _
Golden Agers
Climax Romance
With Wedding
A romance which had its be-
ginrting at the Miami Jewish
Community Center's Golden
Age Friendship Club culminat-
ed in marriage Sunday when
Mrs. Minnie Keller and faui
Raff were united in matrimony
The Golden Agers exchanged
vows at Congregation Beth u
before a large gathering of re-
latives and friends. Rabbi Mur-
ray Grauer performed the cere-
mony. A reception in the Dora
August Memorial Hall followed
the service. .
The new Mrs. Raff is a form
er resident of Birmingham.
Since her arrival in Miami sne
has been very active in com-
munal and religious affairs. Her
husband is well-known in tn
area for his active participation
in civic, religious and social oi
ganizations.
Obituaries
MAX DAUM j
62, of 2745 S.W. 1 .th PJ"5J
away October 19 at **" ",e,| lit
Hospital. Interinont t'M.k 11 ,.
Eton Cemetery with a
Orauer officiating Mr. P*'" tlon
member of Beth Jacob ><**"Ke
and belonged to the B it. Iners |)|nJ
Izallon. Surviving are his wn >mT.
brother Adolnh. and n mi'l"
Ice, all of Miami.
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Sets Friendship
Night For Nov 9
Friendship Night" demonstrat-
ing inter-American unity and un-
derstanding, will be the theme
of the regular meeting of Miami
Beach Lodge of B'nai B'rith to
be held Wednesday, November 9,
at the Delano Hotel, according to
an announcement by David R.
ben, president.
The program will feature ad-
dresses by Miami Beach Mayor
Harold Turk and Jacob Brandon,
president of Maimonides Lodge,
B'nai B'rith, Havana Club.
Mayor Turk will describe the
program of the city of Miami
Beach in cementing harmonious
understanding between this city
and Cuba and the other Latin-
American nations. Brandon, well
known civic leader in Cuba, will
outline the program of the Ha-
vana B'nai B'rith group, the
Hillcl Foundation of the Universi-
ty of Havana and the public rela-
tions committee of B'nai B'rith in
promoting better understanding
between the two cities.
Godfrey K. Newman, program
chairman of the Miami Beach
Lodge, is in charge of arrange-
ments for the meeting. Gilbert
J, Balkin is assisting.
Workmen's Circle School
Committee Will Meet
A report on the first month of
existence of the Workmen's Cir-
cle Yiddish school at the Beach,
which has an enrollment of 30
pupils, will highlight the meeting
of the school committee to be held
Sunday. October 30, at 8 p.m. at
25 Washington Ave.
Dr. Alexander Mukdoni, writer
and literary critic, will speak on
the subject "Why Yiddish
Schools?" Israel Ellenzweig, the
new teacher, will explain the con-
nection between Yiddish schools
and Jewish education.
A parents' association will be
formed to help in mapping out a
constructive program of extra-
curricular activities. There will
also be a discussion on the ad-
visability of establishing classes
for adults as well as a series of
special lectures on Jewish history
and literature in Yiddish. All in-
terested in promoting Yidd'sh ed-
ucation are invited.
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Artist selection committee of Community Concert Series is
pictured in action as they plan the 1949-50 series. Seated (from 1.
to r.) are Mrs. David Prensky. Isidore Simkowitz, Leo Huberman.
Standing are Benjamin B. Goldstein and Judge Kenneth Oka.
Observing the proceedings is Gus Jacobson. executive director of
the Miami Beach YM-WHA, under whose auspices the Community
Concert Series is presented.
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Party To Mark
Bar Mitzvah And
Anniversary
Robert Goldberg To
Become Bar Mitzvah
SIM I ItllOOII OF
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AT MIAMI BEACH SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
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Gilbert Greenbaum
Since the Bar Mitzvah of Gil-
bert Greenbaum. which will take
place Saturday morning at Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Community
Center, coincides with the golden
wedding anniversary of his
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Si-
mon Greenbaum of 305 N.W. 2nd
Ave., the family will mark both
events with a party Sunday at
457 N.W. 109th St.
The elder Greenbaums two
sons. Irving, 642 Michigan Ave.
Miami Beach, and Nathan, 305
NW 2nd Ave., will be present
at the event, as will their daugh-
ter, Mrs. Ray Green, also of 305
N.W. 2nd Ave.
Six grandchildren and lour
great grandchildren will attend
in addition to nearly a hundred
guests. ,
Residents of the Miami area for
the past twelve years, the Green-
baums came here from Brooklyn,
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Beach Jewish Community Center,
Saturday, October 29, at 9 a.m.
Immediately following the serv-
ices, refreshments will be served
in the center dining room.
On Sunday at 6:30 p.m., Mr.
and Mrs. Goldberg will be hosts
at a dinner for intimate friends
and relatives.
Robert is a student at the Mi-
ami Beach Junior High School.
News Uriel
Faye Tupler announces that she
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General Hardware Co., 1611-21
N.W. 36th St., telephone 78-1123.
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Community Concert Series to Feature
Artists From All Parts Of The World
The 1949-50 concert presenta-
tion of the Miami Beach Com-
munity Concert Series will intro-
duce artists from all parts of the
world. Contralto Elena Nikolaidi.
Center Youth
Council Holds
Weekly Dances
The Youth Council of the Mi-
ami Jewish Community Center
weekly Tupsdav night dances at
the center Dunaing, 450 S.W.
16th Ave., for all teen-agers in
the community.
Two boys' clubs. AZA Chapter
322 and Sigma Rho. will play a
basketball game on November 1
as an additional feature of the
affair.
The following week. November
8, the Esquires and TYS clubs
will jointly sponsor a "Request-
fullv Yours" dance.
Each of the eight teen-age
groups meeting at the center
takes over the dance on different
Tuesday nights and makes all
necessary arrangements.
Rice Campaigns On
8-Point Program
Active in civic and political
circles for sixteen years. Jack R.
Rice, candidate for city commis-
sion, whose campaign slogan is
"a business man with a business
plan," has announced eight planks
in the platform on which he is
basing his race. Among these are
systematized fire protection: an
immediate start to solving the
sewage disposal problem; and a
review of the city tax structure
by a citizens' committee.
Mr. Rice is a Miami business-
man, operating with his mother
the Floridian Rest Home. He is a
member of the Elks. Moose Lodge.
Miami Chamber of Commerce and
other organizations. Mr. Rice is
married and lives with his wife
at 2520 S.W. 22nd Ave. He has
two sons. Jack. Jr.. a member of
the Miami police force, and
Frank, who is a student at Geor-
gia Military Academy. His
daughter Beatrice is employed at
the First National Bank.
appearing March 20. is a native
of Giee<-p Jose Limon. leading
his dance troupe February 2", is
from our neighbor to the south.
Mexico. Budapest is the home of
Baritone Marko Rothmuller who
will be presented January 30. The
world famous English pianist.
Solomon, appears at the Miami
Beach High School auditorium.
December 27. Opening the series
on November 28 is home grown
| Violinist Joseph Fuchs. from New
1 York City.
Three of the artists, in addition
to their general acclaim, are
among the top strata of Jewish
concertizers. They are Fuchs.
Rothmuller and Solomon (Run-
ner).
The series is sponsored by the
Miami Beach YMHA and is a
non-profit project. Subscriptions
for the five concerts cost nine
dollars and may be obtained at
the Beach Y.
Beach Y Art Show
The art committee of the Miami
Beach YM-WHA announces that
the first comprehensive exhibit
of the 1949-1950 season will be
held November 6 to 20 during
National Art Week.
The showings will include
pastels, drawings and water colors
by prominent local artists. Eve
Tucker. Doris Rosenthal and John
Klinkenberg have been invited as
a jury panel with Ethel Tennyson
as alternate.
Golden Agers To
Hold Games Party
The Golden Age Friendship
Club of the Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center. 450 S.W. 16th
Ave., will hold a games party
after its regular meeting Sunday,
October 30, at the center.
The Golden Age forum group
meets every Tuesday afternoon at
2:30 at the center, at which time
members participate in discus-
sion, hear guest speakers and en-
joy a varied Yiddish-English pro-
gram.
The group's Thursday evening
program consists of an arts and
crafts session from 7:30 to 8:30
p.m. followed by a meeting of the
Get-Together Club until 10 p.m.
Masada Party
Miami Beach Masada will have
a cider, coffee and doughnut
party for members on Sunday.
October 30. at Freedom House.
43rd St. and Collins Ave.. Miami
Beach, it was announced today
by Leonard Schwartz, chairman
of the social committee. Lila
Gross is co-chairman. The party
will begin at 8:30 p.m.
Kaplan, Scher Speak
Leon Kaplan, president of the
Miami Jewish Community Center,
and Herbert E. Scher, Jewish
community leader, discussed
the problems of a community
center Saturday, October 22, at 8
p.m. on the Jewish Forum Hour
over WWPB. The program is un-
der the direction of Simon Seiden.
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Isaiah Youth To
Hold Masquerade
A gift will be presented to the
first 50 guests attending the
Halloween masquerade ball to be
sponsored by the Temple Isaiah
Young People's League on Satur-
day. October 29. at 9 p.m. at the
Sh'elborne Hotel. 1801 Collins
Ave.. Miami Beach.
Highlight of the program will
be a contest for the most original
costume. Champagne and free
dinners will be presented to the
winner. .
John Gloria, baritone: Sy Lipp-
man. hynotist. and Lillian Steen.
coloratura soprano, will enter-
tain. Al Kullick will serve as
master of ceremonies. Richard
Wynn is in charge of photog-
raphy.
Proceeds will go for Temple
Isaiah building fund.
Sewing Class Held
First class in sewing and dress-
making sponsored by the South
Beach Elementary School PTA
was held Thursday. October 27,
from 7 to 10 p.m. Miss Elizabeth
Lewis of the Vocation Guidance
School is the instructor.
Classes will be held every
Thursday evening at the South
Beach Elementary School for the
next eight weeks. Fee for the en-
tire course is $1.
Further information may be ob-
tained from Mrs. Jack Zebitz.
chairman of Parent Education at
South Beach Elementary School,
at 5-1806.
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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 28, 1949
Dr. Lovejoy, Ross To Represent U-M
At Meet On College Discrimination
Dr Gordon W. Lovejoy, chair- week by the Public Affairs Corn-
man department of human rela- -
tions, and Malcolm Ross uni-
versity editor, University of M -
mi will be leading participants
in the two-day conference on dis-
crimination in College Admissions
to be held November 4-5 at the
Palmer House in Chicago. Ross
will attend the conference as of-
ficial representative of the uni-
versity. Dr. Lovejoy has been in-
vited "to participate as a national
pvncrt on human relations.
This conference, sponsored by
the American Council on Educa-
tion in cooperation with the Anti-
Defamation League of B nai
B'rith, is the outgrowth of a na-
tionwide survey of racial, reli-
gious and economic discrimina-
tion in college admission practices
made by the Elmo Roper organ-
ization for the council on a grant
from the league. More than 100
university presidents, deans and
education officials concerned with
college admissions will participate
in the sessions.
Keynote address of the con-
ference will be delivered by Dr.
A C. Ivy, vice president of the
University of Illinois and dean of
its medical school. Together with
[rwin Ross, Dr. Ivy is the author
of a study based on the Roper
sui vev. The pamphlet, called "Re-
ligion and Race: Barriers to Col-
lege?" will be published
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Anti-Defamation League.
Opening session of the confer-
ence will also be addressed by
Dr. Anton J. Carlson and Dr.
Floyd Reeves, both of the Uni-
versity of Chicago. Dr. Louis
Wirth also of the Univerity of
Chicago and a member of the
Chicago board of the Anti-De-
famation League will present the
findings of the conference at its
conclusion.
Work sessions of the confer-
ence will deal with specific areas
of school admissions problems.
Dr. George W. Rosenlof, registrar
of the University of Nebraska
and secretary of the North Cen-
tral Association of Colleges and
Secondary Schools, will lead the
session on admission procedures
in undergraduate schools. A re-
lated session on procedures in
graduate and professional schools
will be led by Carlyle F. Jacob-
son, dean of Medical College, Uni-
versity of Iowa. Dean Maurice F.
Seay of the University of Ken-
tucky will be chairman of a ses-
sion on regional problems and
President Byron S. Hollinshead of
Coe College will lead a panel dis-
cussion on economic factors in
college admission.
Dr. Lovejoy will be a member
of the sub-committee discussing
"Regional Problems and Varia-
tions in Admissions Practices."
Ross will participate in "Under-
graduate Admissions Policies.'
Tropical Lodge to
Hoar Architect
Igor Polevitzky, well known
Miami architect, will be the feat-
ured speaker at the regular busi-
ness meeting of the Tropical
Lodge on Monday, October 31, at
8 p.m. in the auditorium of the
Miami Beach Y, it is announced
by A. Budd Cutler, president of
the group. Polevitzky, who will
be introduced by Sidney King,
membership chairman of the
B'nai B'rith group, will speak on
"Architecture Tor Florida Living."
Alvin Budner, program chair-
man, is in charge of arrange-
ments for the evening and the
public is invited.
Student Speaks To IZFA
Art Reich, a student of the Uni-
versity of Florida and a resident
of Peekskill, N. Y., spoke on his
observations of the "Peekskill
Riots and Their Effect Upon the
American Jew" at the first
monthly meeting of the Florida
Chapter of the Intercollegiate
Zionist Federation of America in
Gainesville.
Balkin Speaks
Gilbert J. Balkin, director, Flor-
ida regional office of the Anti-
Defamation League, B'nai B'rith,
addressed the "ADL Night" meet-
ing of the Isaac Levin Lodge,
B'nai B'rith, Thursday, October
27, at the Miami Jewish Center.
Subject of Balkin's address was
"Building Democracy in Our
Community."
Donald Eanett presided at the
meeting.
Guilford's Poultry Adds
Kosher Department
Guilford's Poultry Company
has announced the establishment
of a new kosher department on
their premises at 101 N.W. 8th
St., Miami. According to Frank
Guilford, owner and operator, the
recent acquisition of an electric
poultry plucker will enable cus-
tomers to secure rapid service
when purchasing fowl.
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Veterans Speak
Ben Kaufman and Joseph F.
Barr, executive directors of the
Jewish War Veterans, addressed
the Miami Beach Y discussion
group Thursday, October 20, at
8:30 p.m. at the Y building.
The veterans, who were attend-
ing the JWV convention here, re-
viewed the factors and pressures
entailed in the recognition and
development of Israel.
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Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
818 Michigan Avenue
Miami Beach
Phone 5-3595
Station WVCG To Air Anti-Discrimination
Series, "The American Dream," Saturday
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Following the conclusion of the
"Lest We ForgetStories To Re-
member" radio series, radio sta-
tion WVCG, Coral Gables, and
the Florida regional office, Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith announced the broad-
cast of a new series of
dramatic programs, "Lest We
Forget The American
Dream," designed to promote bet-
ter intergroup understanding,
over radio station WVCG, be-
ginning Saturday, October 29, at 5
p.m. and weekly thereafter. As
in the "Stories To Remember"
series, the program will be broad-
cast on a half hour basis with
the dramatic transcriptions being
immediately followed by fifteen-
minute live panel discussions, in
which the participants will be
civic leaders, educators, minis-
ters and other residents of Great-
er Miami area.
Helen Hayes, Fredric March,
Paul Lukas, Ralph Bellamy, Can-
ada Lee, Sam Levene and other
top-flight stars will be heard in
the thirteen transcribed programs
in this series which comes directly
to grips with the problems of
prejudice and discrimination.
Based on actual incidents, they
tell the dramatic stories of the
I people who succeeded in over-
coming this un-American blight.
Helen Hayes stars in "Face to
Face," which has been selected
for the premiere program this
Saturday. Miss Hayes plays a
teacher who finds her class di-
vided by prejudice planted in a
boy's mind by his father. The
prejudice leads the entire class
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to discriminate against an Amer-
ican boy of Puerto Rican descent.
Bravely, the indignant teacher
fights the boy's father at the risk
of losing her job.
Participating in the live panel
discussion during the first broad-
cast will be: George J. Talianoff,
Miami Beach attorney and leader
in human relations activities, who
will serve as moderator; Rabbi
Morris A. Skop, spiritual leader,
Coral Gables Jewish Center; Joe
Hall, assistant superintendent,
Dade County Board of Public In-
struction; and Mrs. John Mat-
thews, president, PTA, Sylvania
Heights Elementary School.
"Lest We ForgetThe Ameri-
can Dream" is produced by the
Institute for Democratic Educa-
tion in cooperation with the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith.
Edward Gaylor, program di-
rector, station WVCG, has an-
nounced that "The 'Lest We For-
getStories To Remember' pro-
gram series received the finest
response of any public service
series broadcast over this sta-
tion. We are therefore most happy
to continue broadcasting of an
additional thirteen weeks of 'The
Americn Dream' series."
Cooperating in the presentation
of "The American Dream" series
is Coral Gables Lodge of B'nai
B'rith. Members of the program
committee are Edgar Miller, Dr.
Leonard Glickstein and Theodore
Wayne, ADL chairman._________
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Ruth Jensen Will
Wed Louis H. Rapp
The engagement and forthcom-
ing marriage of Miss Ruth Jen-
sen daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Suis Jensen, 5824 N.W, 1st PI.,
and New York City, to Louis H.
Rapp "f Elizabeth, N. J., and
Miami Beach, was announced
Monday night at a dinner at the
plover Club. .
Dr Jacob H. Kaplan made the
announcement and made a toast
to the prospective bride and
bridegroom.
The wedding ceremony will
lake place Saturday evening, Oc-
tober 30, at the home of Dr. and
Mrs. Kaplan.
Gue-ts at Monday night's din-
ner were Dr. Kaplan, Dr. Erna
Klass Dr. Rose London, Dr. Sey-
mour'London, Mr. and Mrs. Hy-
man Sootin, Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Akin Mrs. Ann Ernst, Mrs. Saul
Ross. Mr. and Mrs. William
Zuckennan, Mr. and Mrs. John
Temple, Benjamin Sarvetnick,
Mrs. Petar Stanick, Dr. and Mrs.
Ira Rusenbaum, Dr. and Mrs.
Harry Spring, Edyth Fleischer,
Mollie W. Cohen, Shirley Rosen-
berg, Carol Tieger, Tina Fischer
and Ethel Pont.
Center Rosumes
You Hi Breakfasts
Youth breakfast services will
be resumed at the Miami Beach
Jewish Center on Sunday, Octo-
ber 30. at 9 a.m., it has been an-
nounced by Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man. spiritual leader of the cen-
ter.
These unique morning meet-
ings have attracted as many as
one hundred teen agers each week
to participate in religious services,
forum programs and musical
events.
Hosts for the first breakfast
service of the 1949-50 season will
be the Sisterhood of the Center
with Mrs. Sigmund Schermer ond
Mrs. Oscar Mamber in charge of
arrangements
Following services in the chapel
led by Rabbi Lehrman, breakfast
will be served in the patio. Can-
tor Jacob Y. Goldring will lead
in community singing.
Hadassah Makes Urgent Appeal For
Clothing For Newcomers In Israel
An urgent appeal for new clothing for newcomers in Israel has
tH "IS-e byDMrl l!,'vinB Westin. chairman of Hadassah Supplies
of the Miami Beach Group.
"Hadassah has been called upon to supply 70,000 refugees in
Israel, who are in dire need of clothing," Mrs. Westin said. "This
is an extreme emergency. If these people are to survive through
the winter, we must furnish them with the required clothing. We
can not fail."
Hadassah is preparing eight different kits for age groups from
infants to adults. These kits contain the minimum clothing supply for
an individual, Mrs. Westin said. Clothing will be sent from this
area by December 10.
Miami Beach Group of Hadassah has set a goal of 500 kits. "We
are asking the support of the entire community for this worthy
cause," she continued. "Anyone having contributions may bring
them to 1021 W. 46th St., Miami Beach, or call 58-4995, and I will
see that they are picked up."
Package Party
The Sisterhood of Beth Tfilah
will hold a package party Sun-
day, October 30. at 8 p.m. at the
synagogue. 935 Euclid Ave., Mi-
ami Beach.
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Discussing plans for the expansion of the American Jewish
Congress in this area are (I. to r.) Mrs. Frederick S. Grossberg,
chairman of the presidium of the Florida Women's Division; Mrs.
A. A. Hayden. president of the Miami Chapter; and Mrs. William
Loeb. president of the Miami Beach Chapter.
Benefit Card Party
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Fine will
hold a card and canasta party at
their home, 2250 S.W. 18th Ave.,
on Saturday, October 29, at 8
p.m. for the benefit of the Coral
Gables Zionist District.
Assisting the hosts will be the
Mesdames Lester Toloff, Oscar
Lelchuk and Morris Simon.
Looking at typical clothing kits to be sent to newcomers to
Israel are members of the Miami Beach Group of Hadassah who
are making an all-out effort to collect new clothing for this project.
Shown (1. to r.) are Mrs. Al Osheroff, co-chairman of the drive;
Mrs. Irving Westin, chairman; Mrs. Alexander Kogan, president.
Miami Jewish Community Center To
Inaugurate Forum For New Citizens
Aaron Courshon, communal
leader, appointed chairman of the
Anniversary Dinner of the He-
brew Academy, to be held Sun-
day evening, December 11 at the
Grossinger-Pancoast Hotel, Mi-
ami Beach.
Board To Meet
A meeting and brunch for
members of the board of the
Beth David Sisterhood will be
held Wednesday, November 2, at
the home of Mrs. Meyer Forer,
2120 S.W. 24th Ave., according to
an announcement by Mrs. Jennie
Gordon, sisterhood president. The-
meeting will begin at 10:30 a.m.
A "Forum for New Americans"
will be inaugurated by the Mi-
ami Jewish Community Center,
450 S.W. 16th Ave., on Wednes-
day, November 2, at 8 p.m.
"This program, which will be
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Year-round rates. Convenient
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The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH
The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association
Participating agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
ADVISES THE PUBLIC:
1- To buy meat ONLY where you see the SIGN of the O.BLV.H.
DISPLAYED. This sign assure, you that tho place Is 1or*.-.l by US.
* To buy poultry ONLY where you see the RING ol the ...MAM.
the chickens. ... ,, _,_..
Other information In the field of KanllTlb In this "*">
obtained by calling our Director. Rabbi Joseph B. Rackovrty,
Michigan Avenue, Miami Beach, Phoin S-S59.
HARRY SIRK,N. Pr... ftSSff.'VlSS:
*M. BEAR, Vice Pr.a.
conducted by Mrs. Nora Kraemer,
who has had considerable experi-
ence in teaching the foreign born,
and who is currently employed
as a Berlitz School instructor, is
not to be thought of as a class in
English for aliens," said Julius
Samuels, center activities direc-
tor. "It is rather concerned with
those foreign born and those refu-
gees, who speak some English, or
who have studied elementary
English, so that they may gather
together as a group to discuss
matters of mutual interest to
them and to participate weekly in
some program of the Miami Jew-
ish Community Center.
"It is hoped that this program
will further aid the many stu-
dents who have been taught Eng-
lish through the National Council
of Jewish Women in Miami to
further adjust into the patterns
and ways of American life,"
Samuels said. There is no admis-
sion charge for this service.
Kessler Named Chairman
Thanksgiving Dance
Sam Kessler has been named
chairman of the Miami Jewish
Community Center's annual
Thanksgiving dance to be held
at the center, 450 S.W. 16th Ave..
on Sunday, November 27, at 8
pjn., according to Fred Gross-
oerg, social chairman. Leo Fisk
and his orchestra will furnish
the music.
At a recent meeting of the
committee it was decided that the
price of admission will include
entertainment, dancing and re-
freshments. Many novelties are
planned and a prominent master
of ceremonies will be the feature
of the evening.
News On Sunday
A condensation of up-to-the-
minute Jewish news from all over
the world as presented by Nor-
man R. Lyons, Miami attorney on
Jacob Schachter's Jewish Hour
over station WTTT on Monday.
Wednesday and Friday of each
week at 1 p.m. will also be heard
on Sunday at 10 a.m. over the
same station.
%.
i. F. GIVEN
PUBLIC
ACCOUNTANT

420 Congress Bldg.
Phone 3-3658
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83-7748
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regularly 55c and 75c
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HAND-TAILORED TIES
regularly $1.50
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NYLON STOCKINGS
regularly $1.95
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Under Complete Supervision
of GREATER MIAMI
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Phorle S-G617 8
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Hebrew Academy
llinner Scheduled
Plans are being formulated for
the second anniversary dinner of
the Hebrew Academy which is
scheduled for Sunday. December
11, at 6 p.m. at the Grossinger-
Pancoast Hotel. Miami Beach.
Over 400 guests attended the first j
anniversary dinner, which was
tendered as a testimonial dinner
in honor of Dr. David S. Andron.
Rabbi's Mother, Former
Beach Resident, Dies
Mrs. Bessie Mischaloff. mother
of Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. passed
away in her sleep Thursday
morning. October 20. in New
York City.
Mrs. Mescheloff. a former resi-
dent of Miami Beach, was a
member of the board of directors
of the Beth Jacob Sisterhood, the
Miami Beach Mizrachi Women,
the Daughters of Israel, the wom-
en's chapter of the American
Jewish Congress, the Yeshiva
University Auxiliary, the Jewish
Home for Incurables and many
other charitable and philan-
thropic organizations.
Mrs. Mescheloff. a frequent
contributor of Yiddish poetry to
The Day, is survived by three
sons, one daughter and ten
grandchildren.
Rabbi Mescheloff is spending
the week of morning at the home
of his sister. Mrs. D. Robbins.
68-37 Yellowstone Blvd., Forest
Hills. N. Y.
Ileaeh Xeweomer
IteccivcK Honor
From Yeshiva
A newcomer to Miami Beach
was honored last week at a grad-
uation ceremony at Yeshiva Uni-
ty, one of the nation's fore-
institutions of higher Jew-
ish learning.
Israel Elenzweig who recently
j lined the staff of the Work-
men's Circle School was one of
40 refugee Hebrew teachers who
were awarded certificates upon
the completion of a seven-month
intensive Hebrew teacher train-
ing course at the university. Since
he is now at work in his new post.
he was not able to attend the
ceremonies and receive his dip-
loma in person.
The course in which Elenz-
weig participated was initiated
and sponsored by the Religious
Functionary Division of the Ni "
York Association for New Ami -
cans. The association, which be-
gan its operations last July is
the nation's largest local volun-
tary social service institution and
is wholly supported by the United
Jewish Appeal.
Arnold S. Askin. chairman of
the executive committee of the
New York association who de-
livered the graduation add:
emphasized that as a result of
their training at Yeshiva, the 40
immigrant students were now
equipped to transmit their knowl-
edge of the faith and culture of
their people to American Jewish
youth.
2nd Anniversary
For December 11
founder and president of the aca-
demy. A like number is expected
this year.
Outstanding educators from va-
rious universities and educational
institutions throughout the coun-
try have been invited to attend
this event and have already signi-
fied their intention to be present.
A speaker of national prominence
will address the assembly.
The dinner is conducted an-
nually to raise funds for the aca-
demy's unique program of pro-
gressive Hebrew and English ed-
ucation. The expansion of classes
and activities for the 1949-1950
school season will be discussed
during the couse of the banquet.
The academy is the only all-
day school in the Southeastern
part of the United States which
in addition to the required educa-
tion program of the elementary
grades, presents a thorough and
planned program of Jewish ed-
ucation, as well as music, dramat-
ics, arts, public expression and
other studies and subjects of an
experimental and progressive
form.
The public is invited to visit
the academy and observe the
course of study which has been
approved by some of the nation's
top educators.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
in- undersigned, desiring to ens,
business under the fictitious name >(
HOME BAKERY m 2328 N \V. 7th
Street, Miami, Florida, intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
lit Court of 1 'ade County, Florida
Rl dlEHT L. SKBLLY
MORRIS A. KII'KINIi
FRANK HUBERT
ELRY STONE
Attorney for Home Baker)
InIn C Miami, Florida
10 28 11 4-11-1S
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN IOUNTY -MM KIE'S C( >I"1!T. OADE
COUNTY, FLORDA.No. 21768.
RE ESTATE OF
HENRY W SCHMIDT,
I .,., .
NoTlCE is herebj Riven thai l have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Administratrix of
the estate of Henry \v. Schmidt, de-
ceased: and that on tin- 30th day of
November, 1849, will apply to the
Honorable W. F, Blanton, County
Judge <>f Dade County, Florida, for
\ il (if said final reporl anil for
final discharge a* Administratrix of
the Estati of Henry W. Schmidt, de-
.IS' -I
Tills -M'h day of October, 1949.
MARY M. SCHMIDT,
Administratrix of the Eat. of
Henry \v. Schmidt, deceased.
ELRY STi'NE
Attorney fm Administratrix
|ii 2*i II 4-11-18
Let
BERNIE SAFFER
Worry .
About Your
FOOD
Entertainment and the other
thousand details for your
Weddings, Bar Mitzvahs, En-
gagements, Lawn Parties,
Cocktail Parties, Children
Parties. Meetings, Buffets.
A Complete Catering Service
PHONE 9-0573
JACK & JILL
24 N.W 7th St. Off Miami Ave.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IV THE CIRCUIT COURT OF ;
EUEVENTH JUDICIAL CIR< H
OFFLORIDA. IN AND TOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHAN! BRY, NO.
HELEN HEALY, Plaintiff, vs.
THOMAS < HEALY, Defendant.
TO THOMAS C. HEALl.
288 Cypress" Avenue,
Ir^Treb^notlfW thai J bill
for .li*.:.. has been filed against you
i tlu- above entitled cause, and you
,. squired to file therein your an-
-..,,.,:.. or anew*..... or before the
'- i" 0f November, 1949, otherwise
Se allegations of said bill will be
taken as confessed by you
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
' ''U" iiv':iK. .1. QOULD,
Deputy Clerk.
MYBRS, HEIMAN .>. KAPLAS,
attorneys for Plaintiff
28 il 4-11-18
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND Ko K DADE COUNTY,
KI.ortlDA. IN PROBATE, No.
.
In Re ESTATE OF
PRATT H HOSSACK,
l leceased,
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims <>r Demands Against Said
Estate:
You and each of you, are herebj
n-.tifie.i and required to present any
i lalma and demands which you. or
either of you, may have against the
estate of "PRATT B, HOSSACK, de-
r.-asi-d. late of DADE County, Flor-
ida, 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 elghl calendar months
from the date of the fiist publication
hereof. Said claims or demands to
eontain the legal address "f the claim-
ant anil to be sworn to and presented
i- aforesaid, or same will in- barred
Bee Bectlon 120 of the 1933 Probate
Act.
Date Oct. 24, A.D. 1949.
LUCY C. HESSION,
Ai Executrix of the Estate of
Pratt l! Hossack, Iieceasjt d
MAItlO.N BROOKS
Attorney for Executrix
10 -' 11 4-11 -18
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRC! 1 I Of
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
HARRIETT CHURCHTLL RAYMOND.
Plaintiff, vs. WILLIAM E. FEROl -
SON, Defendant.
TO; WILLIAM E. FEROl BON
v^abj^Sereby NOTIFIED to
file vour appearance to the mil 01
Complaint for Anulment .fU^agalnst
v,, by HARRIETT CHI R< HILL.
RAYMOND, on or before the 26 day or
November. a D. 1949, otherwise the
.,11.-uati.-ns of said mil will be taken
.....nfessed by you.
11.,-. .1 this 24 da) of October, A.D.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Sean. y ^^^
11. put) Clerk.
MARION BROOKS
Solicitor for Plaintiff
819 oiympla Building
Miami. Florida
in 28 11 4-11-18
LEGAL NOTICE
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
THEODOR ROSEBURY, Plaintiff, vs.
LILY ROSEBURY, Defendant.
TO: IJLY ROSEBURY
173 West 78th Street
New York 24. N. Y.
YOU ARE HEREBY ORDERED to
file your appearance to the Bill of
Complaint for Divorce, filed against
vou by THEODOR ROSEBURY, on or
before the 7th day of November.
1949 otherwise the allegations of said
bill will be taken as confessed by
>0I)ated this 5th day of October, A.D.
1949.
E H- LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
MARION BROOKS
Solicitor for Plaintiff
819 Oiympla Building
Miami, Florida
10/7-14-21-28 11/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
KAYE & MOLDAN, PHOTOGRAPH-
ERS at 404 ICth Street, Miami Beach,
Florida. Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
HAROLD PAUL KAYE
DAVID MOLDAN
CERS1ION S. MILLER
Attorney for KAYE & MOLDAN.
PHOTOGRAPHERS
ISO Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
10/14-21-28 11/4
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY Qlvsa,
the undersigned, desiring tJ!? ,ht
business under the 'fjiVi1,!,;'*nM* In
MAURYS MKNs \VFAR JK"* 3
Wnan^?iV
"'t Court of BSift
Sr,lL','Y QRVINE
OOle Owncr
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Applicant
10/14-21-28 11/4-11
to regrter"saiu"n,;',,n,'^ll.l'l',|.k"""*
ofothe(C.rcu.t Com, 'J&ISS
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
ler Street, .Miami, norma, uiini
to register said name with the Clerk
nf the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
B. ARONOFF
Sole (iwiii-i
10/18 11/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name or
TENDRICH's Rooming HOUSE,
Penine, Dade County. Florida, in-
tend to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
1SADORE TENDR1CH
SAM TENDR1CH
MOIE J. L. TENDRICH
Attorney at Law
806 Blscayne Rldg.
Miami. Florida
1" 21-28 11 4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
notice is hereby GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
M. G M Studio at Sorrento Hotel.
4891 Cll,ns Ave., Miami Reach. Flor-
ida, intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Countv, Florida.
LEO BTEINMAN
Sol.- Owner
10 21-28 l! l-ll-is
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
th.- undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Cy's Delicatessen at 8880 S. \v. sth
Strut. W.st Miami, Florida, intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Com t of Dade County.
Florida.
SIMON RODIN
Bole Owner
10-21-28 11'4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
NU-ART shoe REPAIRING at num-
ber 124 N.E. First Street, in the city
of Miami, Florida, intend to register
th- said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida
CARL BCHEVITZ
EUGENE ARONOVITZ
10 28 11/4-11-18-25
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the Undersigned desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
GENERAL HARDWARE COMPANY
at 1611-1621 N.W. 36th Street, Miami.
Florida, intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
I >ade County. Florida
IRVING GREENBERG
FANNIE I FA YE) TUPLE I!
GERSIIoN B. MILLER
Attorney for
General Hat-ware Company
10/21-28 11/4-11
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No.
23098.
In Re: ESTATE OF
SAMUEL J. AUGUST, sometimes
known as SAM AUGUST, Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
Vou. ami 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 SAMUEL J. AUGUST, some-
times known as SAM AUGUST, de-
ceased, 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 date of the first publication here-
of. Kald 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 October 10th. A.D. 1949.
HILMA ROSE AUGUST.
As Administratrix of the Estate
of SAMUEL J. AUGUST, some-
times known as SAM AUGUST,
Deceased.
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Administratrix
10/14-21-28 11/4
NOTICE TO CREDITA^------
IN THE COUNTY Jr"[?%.
IN AND FOR DADE wSnSB
In Re: ESTATE OF
SARAH BRAUNSTEIN
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All person.n
ing Claims or DenM-aaWJr*
Said Estate: nu* ASa You, and each of vou aro v. v
notified and required to ,**,**
claims and demands -i, ""."v
either of you. may have ^2'
estate of SARAH BRAuNSThS? S1
ceased, late of Mian Dad. fvlS:
Florida, to the Hon. W. F Bla,' '
County Judge of Dade Cuntv Si
file the same in hie office tl S
County Courtbous- In Dad. rL',7
Florida, within elghl calendar mZl
from the date of the first |7ul,S,
hereof. Said claims or ilJinandT,",
contain the legal address of the data
ant and to be sworn to and presented
as aforesaid, or same will l* i,a,r2,
Wee Section 120 of the ill) Prl"lt
Date October 6, A.D l !<.
MAURICE BRAUNSTBN
As Administrator o| the |
SARAH BRAUNSTEIN, Leceld
MAX R. SILVER "cst4.
Attorney for Administrator
10/14-21-28 11/4
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 218 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 Sneilenburg
Sole Owner
A. J. KAPLAN
Attorney for applicant
1703 Congress Bldg
10/7-14-21-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Phillips Men's Roys Wear at 120
Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables.
Florida, intends to register said name
'with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
PHILIP BROWN
Sole Owner
10/21-28 11/4-11
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.
J
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
GLAMOUR BEAUTY SAUi.N at 2193
N. \v. Stth Street, Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida
WILDA P. SEGARS
BARBARA H. HOLMAN
Partners
i" 88 11/4-11-18-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Robin Hotel at 818 N. lv 2nd Avenue.
Miami. 7bt., intends to register .said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Countv. Florida
HARRY GOLD
10/21-28 11/4-11-18
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No.
127708.
LENA GOI.DKRAND. Plaintiff, vs.
HARRY GOLDKRAND, Defendant.
TO: HARRY GOLDKRAND,
7:1 Treraont street,
Boston, Massachusetts
YOU ARE REQUIRED to appear to
the Bill of Complaint for Divorce filed
In this cause, on or before the 14
day of November, 1949; otherwise the
allegations thereof will be taken as
- onfesscd against vou.
E. B, LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. H. RICE. JR..
Deputy Clerk
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF, Attorney
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Jieach. Fla
10/14-21-28 11/4
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
l.N AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
!'l-'!.,UuA 'N CHANCERY. No.
12i63d.
SAMUEL WEI8ER, Plaintiff, vs. IDA
C. WEISER, Defendant
TO: IDA C. WEISER
16 Rldg,. street
Tuckahoe. New York
You ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a suit for divorce has been instituted
against you, and you are hereby re-
quired to file therein your appearance
?,^nswer on or before November 7,
1949, otherwise the allegations of said
bill will be taken as confessed by you.
Dated this 7 day of October, 1949.
_ E. B. LEATHERMAN,
c-lerk of 'he Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R H. RICE, JR.,
GEORGE J. TALIANOFFePU,y C'erk
Attorney for Plaintiff
10/14-21-28 11/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
Business under the fictitious name of
i apltal Sewing Machine at 232 N W
;. .Ave' Mluml, Florida, Intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade Countv.
Florida.
HENRY UR.\HIM
JOSEPH C. ROSVH
Partners
10/14-Z1-J8 11/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIEKi:!:-, .:ivi:n thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fl titlouj name of
PINNY'S RESTAURANT at m
Washington Avenue, M ami Beach,
Florida, Intend to reglstei
With the Clcl k o! T' .
Dade County, Florida.
RAYMOND SII.VEP.MAX
JULIO CASTRO
PAUL SILVERMAN
HAROLD SHAPIRO
Attorney
10/14-21-28 11/4
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDOE'8 COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, So.
22842
In Re: ESTATE OF
HARRY R. ROSEN,
Deceased.
To All Creditors and Ml Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required tc- present any
claims and demands which you. or
either of you. may have against the
estate of HARRY 1! ItOSEX. de-
ceased, 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 date of the first publication here-
of. Said claims or den nils to contain
the legal address of the claimant and
to be sworn to and pn Bented as afore-
said, or same Will be barred. See
Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act
Date October 4th, A.D. 1949.
HARRIET E. ROSEN.
As Executrix of the List Will Uf
Testament of HARRY It. ROSEN.
Deceased.
FRANK E. SOLOMON
Attorney for HARRIET E. ROSEN,
Executrix.
10/7-14-21-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name 01
Kenlen Hotel at 2162 N W. 1st Ave-
nue, Miami, Florida, Intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clew* '"
Circuit Court of Dade fV.inty, Florida
KALMAN M. ROCKER
Sole Owner
FREDERICK S. GROSSBERG
Attorney for Applicant
704 Blscayne Bldg.
9/30 10/7-14-21-28 _______
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL ClngUH
IN AND FOR DADE gOUHTT,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCCBT, >"
127634. (yrrn
JORNA SIMBERC. Plaintiff, vs. 01
si.MBERG, Defendai 1
TO: OTTO BIMBERG
Alloway Garage
Alloway. New Jus. ..
YOU ARE REQUIRED to IOTJJ
to the Bill of Complaint 'orDWg
filed in this cause, .....>t ,.r
7 day of November, 1949 OtherW
the allegations thereof ill be
as confessed J*3ufi!xBBH&t
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit C-rt^al) ^^
GEORGE J- TALIANOFF
Attorney for Plainttft
10/14-21-28 11/4 ____________-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW h 1
NOTICE IS HEREIN 'VnKage*
the undersigned, desiring to sag; ,
business under the JSiloM st*W
RAH RAH EAT S b-l'r-- 'Cor,l
Ponce de Leon """,''. 0'regl-"
Gables, Florida, Jn,'V." 1 f the Clr-
said name with the CJerkoi in
"uU ^"^Sk'ki^tiS^^""
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Applicant
10/14-21-28 11/4-11_________________-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW v lha,
NOTICE IS R0BI ?!#***
the undersigned dcslri.'n^ (,,
business under the f ctltiOUS gW
Roberta's Beauty Salon reg.
Third Avenue, Miami, in"'" lf tbe
Ister said name with the Ciers pol.
Circuit Court of Dade County,
Wa- ROBERTA LEE THOMAS
10/14-81-M 11/1-11


rmnAY. OCTOBER 28, 1949
*Jenistrk>ridma,n
PAGE ELEVEN

Center Services
To Honor Women
A Sisterhodo Sabbath dedicated
to the Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter Sisterhood will highlight Fri-
day night services at the Center,
October 28 at 8:30 p.m.
sneaking on the subject of "A
Woman f Valor-Who Can
rind Rabbi Irving Lehrman will
av tribute to the women of the
center and their accomplishments
during the past year.
Participating in the ceremonies
will be Mrs. Harry Rogers, presi-
dent Mrs. Samuel Lipton, vice
president; and Mrs. Ira C. Walsey,
past president.
The sisterhood sponsors the He-
brew school, Sunday school and
all holiday activities and has ex-
pended a sum of $25,000 in the
past twelve months to equip and
furnish the center.
The sisterhood recently cele-
brated its tenth year of service.
Officers installed at a recent
luncheon were Mrs. Harry Rogers,
president; Mrs. Samuel Lipton,
Mis Raymond Rubin, Mrs. Sam
Wiesen, Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg,
vice presidents; Mrs. Joseph Lip-
ton, treasurer; Mrs. Wiliam Feuer,
financial secretary; Mrs. Jack
Falk, Mrs. George Goldberg, cor-
responding secretaries; Mrs. Wil-
liam Sussman, social secretary;
Mrs. M S. Rubin, honorary presi-
dent and Mrs. Irving Lehrman,
honorary vice president and
chaplain.
Miss Bauer Appointed
Miss Evelyn Bauer has been ap-
pointed to teach English classes
for foreigners at the YWCA, S.E.
1st St. and 1st Ave.
Miss Bauer received her B. A.
in languages, majoring in French
in German. She received her M.
A. in commercial education. She
taught English to foreign-born in
I New York City and was one of
the first five substitutes to give
literacy tests to new voters in
New York City. She was appoint-
I ed to this position by Samuel
I Stern, commissioner of the board
I of education of New York City.
Beth El PTA Holds
Membership Meeting
First membership meeting of
I the Beth El PTA was held Wed-
I nesday in the Dora August Hall,
500 S.W. 17th Ave. Mrs. Seymour
Polin. membership chairman, and
I Mrs. Herman Cantor were in
I charge of refreshments. Mes-
I dames Harry Kravitz, Morris Ap-
I ner, Sam Siegal, Edward Mehler
I and Ernest Chernoff served as
I hostesses. Sol Sugarman of the
I Hebrew Academy spoke and a
I musical program followed.
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Louis D. Brandeis Auxiliary
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Mrs. B. LeBost was chairman
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Mrs. H. Kahn, Mrs. J. Levine and
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Hold Meeting
The M Jewi* Caagregi
of Cora] Gables will again wel-
come the Jewry qJ Create: M:-
ami at an open meeting to be
held on Sunday at 8.30 p.m. at
their new quarters. 2404 Ponce
de Leon Blvd.. Coral Gables
SundaVs event is the forerunner
of rr.af.v other such affi-.rf : -
ned by the Gabies organiii"-i:,r. U
arqua'irt the commur..:y tt tot
activities and aiau -'- '-'- J
Jewish Congregation
Th new h--m ::' tin group,
which was mad* poanbct tr.-.-ugr
the efforts of Harry Sirkin Mi-
am: Beach philanthropist w..
house events d1 interest tc botl
adults and children Arts anc
crafts, ballet aancir.g an: rr.usic
appreciation ar an r.f- the ac-
::V:t!Pf -... v ... t* :::;rc-
Sunday's meeting -- :
the presentation of the officers o.
the ladies' a_x...;--> ;-n- a tenet
of short talk! .: addition tc i
prograrr ::' -j.-.:l. BeJecUOU
Refreshment; wriD b erred
Pressman Unveiling
The dedication of a monurnen:
-. :-..r he late Al
harr. Pi tormerlj
Jeffersor. A-.f. Mian Beach wfl
take plaef Sundaj a" -- P-r:- -:
the Jewish Section of woodlawu
Pan: Cemeter? Rabbi Moses
Meschelafl officiating Hi Presr-
mar. was i mer -'
Jacob Synagogue Hi wai
v:vec by bif widow ;.:.: tw< sif-
ters Priendi anc n .; t '- ar<.
asked u attem
Arnold Unveiling
7n, | : : i monument
: tin men *\?!
Arnold formertj oi 22S iWi St.
Miam. Beach wil tak placs
Sunday at 2:31 : -. a1 Ml Neb
kernel h Rabl Mai Shi p-
Picturec a
L tc i. Babb
Chemofi E. Sefc
^^^^^^ u a.n whic h took place Saturday night al the Dora August Memorial HaU an
at the BetJr B '^^SiS^SrSLS^L Pata tf.e Mesdames S. Mehler. S. Polin. H. Cantor. M. Sternst.in.
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AJC Organizes Hew
General Division
A new general division of thi
American Jewish Congresi
Miami
In tial meetmj f the group took
I Thursda; ev nil
... luded
fe S. Grossberi
. em Georg< Bernstein Mark |
:. Joseph K.-frr.ar. Sidney!
Lewis. David Ratrinowitz Juliui
Is He::- I i
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Stepkin and Eh rnarc B
sai Jewisl : ni
SoutheasteiT field represent
Formation ol thii new
tzation :.;-r thi endorsement of
tn Florida Women'i Divis -
thi American Jev | : ng -
anc such commu:. aderc as
.:. So] Sugarman lrv-
mg Saal Maurice Grossmai
:. Harr> Simonhof' anc
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Beach AJC Will
Hold Luncheon
-. V. rttiKy w.l. open
ton,, 6145 La Gorce Dr..
ami Beach on Thursday, V-
j rt U noon for the
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tbi An er can Jewish
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n L x : president.
and Mn 3 nv EOn ball Mrs
Sreenberg Mn
*;::. executive officers.
guesti a
Alfred Lesser
Ernest Busker.
Berger. E
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stein and(
:,:= '.l:.-:rg ::.;-:rman of
re -: I on committee, will
their 1 ostessei the Mes-
:.;.--.- Mac Werner. Arthur Kim-
Dorothv Lemelmar.. Henry
Evelyn Streif, Gc-trude
in Lou Ross. George Berk,
een and Max Stern
Ac scheme of yellow and
tx used for decora-
iincheon will be ser\-ed
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Bi :.- rd B. Segi Sot
Amer-
; ingress will be
[ honoi
A style show, musicaie ana
art on the afternoon's
-.. ,, ti may be
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Ponce Year Book
Receives Nail Award
Ponce ae Leon H.gh School's
year book, the Caveleon, has been
awarded a first rata^ a
the Columbic Scholastic Press
Association compi n Selected
' pecia] tion in ft(
oook were t: -id photoj-
- y which juc. termtd the
best they hac evei seer, a this
type of publical Lester Toiofi
of Pilkington Studio did the
photography.


Mrs Ha-^-y Koreteki
>liaiiiiaii> Attend
National Coaneil
Baltimore Meet
Mrs Aaron twrr. V.n Max
Dreyei Mrs Nathsauel Levin and
Mrs' Stanley C Myers are deleg-
ates I the nineteenth triennial
- of the National '.
f Jewisl Women now : ing
conducted at the Lord 3l.:
t Baltin Alternates at-
;< Mrs Nat L
Mrs Joseph Fen.a.' ana
Mrs William Capland.
Theme of the conclave is
"Forty-nineri Prospei ton
Peace" Maio: attention ... :.
accorded to the organize
legislation. Bi
I foreign born special welfare
and various overseas projects now
bemg maintained
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The Yiddish film. "Mamelle,"
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Molly Picon will open at the
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vemrjer i wher. the newly re-
decor atec South Beach show-
place throwj open its doors. Last
year the Plaia featured in person
such topfhghj Jewish artists as
Mist Picon. Menasha Skulnik.
Jennie Goldstein. Moishe Oyshei.
Maurice Schwartx and Freidle
Oysher all of whom played tc
SBC houses. According to Edgar
Pearce manager, the theatre will
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Flagler Granada Group
To Hold Costume Ball
Plans have been completed for
a Halloween costume ball to be
sponsored by the Flagler Granada
Jewish Community Center on
Saturday, October 29, at 9 p.m. at
the Dora August Memorial Hall,
500 S.W. 17th Ave.
Leo Rothstein, who is in charge
of entertainment for the affair,
requests that all guests come in
costume
Consecration of children attending Sunday school for the first time took place at Temple Beth
Sholom during Simchas Torah. Pictured with the children are (1. Jo r.) Rabbi Leon Kronish, who
officiated at the ceremony: Sarah Brameister of the religious school staff; Mrs. Leon J. Ell, chair-
man of the temple board of education; Shepard Broad, president of the congregation; Mrs. Alex-
ander Robbing, president of the sisterhood; Cantor Samuel Kelemer; Sidney J. Greenberg, principal
of the school: Marilyn Goodman and Marilyn Margolies of the school staff.
Joseph Fenias, Gladys Glickman,
Harold Sweet and Lester Kor-
shak, John Owen, Jerry Green,
Joseph Fenias, Mickey Krause,
Sidney Huberman, Herbert Ma-
this, Victor Behar and Arthur
Burrell.
Miller To Speak
To Sholem Lodge
Alexander F. Miller, director.
Southern regional office of the
Anti-Defamation League, B'nai
B'rith, will be the featured speak-
er at the annual "ADL Night"
meeting of Sholem Lodge, B'nai
B'rith, to be held Tuesday, No-
vember 8, 8:15 p.m. at Beth El
Congregation, according to an an-
nouncement by John Kronenfeld,
lodge president.
Burnett Roth, Miami Beach city
councilman, and ADL chairman
of Sholem Lodge, will report on
the lodge's local program.
Herbert L. Blume, program
chairman, is in charge of arrange-
ments for the meeting. The pub-
lic is invited.
Freedman Engaged As
Cantor In Hollywood
Stella Grey To Take Lead In
Beth Sholom Production
Miss Stella Grey, daughter of
Yvette Mann, former Zeigfield
Follies star, will play the lead in
Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood's
production of "Stage Door" by
George S. Kaufman and Edna
Ferber, to be presented on the
evenings of November 7, 8 and 9
at Miami Beach Senior High
School.
Miss Grey will portray the part
of Terry which was the role of
Margaret Sullivan when the play
was first presented on Broadway
several years ago. Burton Grey,
Miss Grey's father, will portray
Dr. Randal in the play.
Mrs. Allen Herron, sisterhood
drama chairman, announces that
other members of the cast are:
the Mesdames William Loeb,
Nicky Markoff, Nan Bernstein,
Arthur Burrell, Ruth Foreman,
Justin Bauman, Allen Herron,
Morry Morris, Ruth Kupper, Ned
Satter, Mickey Krause, Rose Se-
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cantonal career at the age of 11.
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PAGE FIFTEEN
Milloff Welcomed By
Hollywood Youth Group
A welcome was extended to
Dr Bernard Milloff, recently ap-
pointed by the Hollywood B;na.
B'rith Lodge to act as co-adyisor
Sith Miss Anna D. Daniels of the
Bnai B'rith Youth organization,
at a recent meeting of the group.
Morton Reiss, program chair-
man, announced that movies on
safet'v education would be pre-
spnted by Sgt. Ted Donath, chair-
man of the Hollywood Safety
Council, at the next meeting.
Barry Lipsitz was selected to
represent the group as the "Ideal
Man" contest, sponsored by the
Clara Hirsch Landau Chapter of
Bnai B'rith Young Women, at
ll,c l Intel Martinique, Miami
Beach, on October 23. Sanford
Curcie. president of the organiza-
tion, was selected to act as
"spokesman" for the contestant.
Sid Simons. Howard Sharps,
Arnold Covner and Jill Rifkin
were introduced as prospective
members by Fred Sultan, mem-
bership chairman.
After the meeting, Nat Hure-
witz. member of Hollywood B'nai
B'rith Lodge, exhibited his origin-
al paintings of scenes visited dur-
ing liis summer vacation in the
North.
Children's Home Group
Will Meet Tuesday
A canasta tournament will high-
light the meeting of the Greater
Miami Chapter of the National
Home tor Jewish Children at
Denver to be held at the James
Hotel. 1680 James Ave Miami
Beach, on Tuesday, November 1,
at 1 p.m.
A trophy will be presented to
the tournament winner. A brief
business meeting will be held and
refreshment) will be served.
Registration for the tournament
may be made by contacting Mrs.
Mel Crane, chairman, at 625 S.W.
22nd Road. Hostesses will be Mrs.
Herman Wronker and Mrs. Ma-
rion Ross.
Grand Lodge BPOE Officers Attend
Local Lodge Meeting, Map Conclave
Greater Miami shared the na-
tional spotlight last Wednes-
day when Emmett Anderson of
Seattle, Wash., grand exalted
ruler of BPOE and the Grand
Lodge trustees met at the Miami
Elks Lodge meeting which
honored the R. E. "Pappy" Nor-
Rev. Fried Named Leader
Of North Shore Center
Hadassah Unit Holds Tea
The newly formed Menorah
group of Hadassah held its
second membership tea Wednes-
day at the home of Mrs. Samuel
Goldman. 1775 S.W. 16th Ave.
Mis. Herbert Russcoe was the
guest speaker.
The Rev. Philip Fried has been
appointed spiritual leader of the
North Shore Jewish center and
will conduct services in this ca-
pacity Friday, October 28, at
8 p.m. in the congregation's
new meeting place at 916 Ever-
glades Concourse, Miami Beach.
The sisterhood of the center
will hold an Oneg Shabbat im-
mediately after the services.
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cross Class inducting 150 new
members. A national drive for
one million members is being
conducted this year.
According to E. Albert Pallot,
exalted ruler of the Miami Elks
Lodge, there was an elaborate
program honoring R. E. "Pappy"
Norcross, pioneer Miami resident
who has been a member of the
lodge for 40 years and secretary
for the past 15 years. He is the
father-in-law of Mayor Robert
L Floyd.
Among the Grand Lodge trus-
tees here for the induction were:
J. E. Masters, Chicago, Grand
Lodge secretary; Hugh W. Hicks,
Jackson, Tenn., chairman of the
board; Sam Stern. Fargo, N. D.,
vice chairman; Howard R. Davis,
Williamsport, Pa., secretary
board of. trustees; D. E. Lam-
bourne, Salt Lake City, Utah,
and Arnold Westermann, Louis-
ville. Ky.
While here the Grand Lodge
trustees conferred with the com-
mittee of arrangements to set up
plans for the 1950 National Elks
Convention to be held in Miami
next July with around 30,000
Elks attending.
Also reviewed was the Elks
Crippled Children's Hospital at
Umatila, Fla., largest crippled
children's hospital in the state,
to which all the Florida Elks
Lodges have contributed over
$240,000 this year.
New Non-Surgical
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