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The Jewish Floridian ( January 20, 1950 )

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fewiislhJEIIiDiriidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY IE 23—NUMBER 3 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1950 PRICE: TEN CENTS 12,000 Pledged A t Dinner\ e **fflS5ft u s A % More Than Last Year dinner of the Initial Gifts unit markinq the formal i Weinkle and Arthur Ungar. Sam ig of solicitation in the 1950 Combined Jewish Appeal, Blank is chairman of the pace in 101 pledges for a total of $512,000, it was announced setters unit -. lay by Dan Ruskin, chairman of the campaign. The dinner kid last Thursday night at the Westview Country Club. pointed out that the ltributors gave $401,410 Ungar-Abess Foundation, $10,000 making this year's giving \2% above last year. the outstanding conis announced at the dinre the following: Samuel J50.000; Sam Friedland, Sam Blank, $30,500; Abe arris Goodman, $30,000; [Ziskind, $30,000; Moses $25,000; Carl Weinkle, I. L. Mintzer, $15,000; firkin, $15,000; Benjamin 12,000; Harry Bloomberg, Jack Dubinsky, $10,000: jvilz, $10,000; Dan Ruskin Jacob Sher, $10,000, and "Nothing that has happened in recent weeks has done so much to encourage me as the generous outpouring of gifts by the prospects in the initial gifts and pace setters units," said Ruskin. "The standard of giving that has beer set thus far makes it abundantlyclear that the leaders of our Jewish community are aware of the grave problems confronting Israel and of the urgent need to lend their financial assistance to the United Jewish Appeal and to our agencies at home, which are participating in the 1950 Combined Jewish Appeal." Co-chairmen of the initial gifts unit are Jack Ablin. Samuel N. Friedland, Jacob Sher, Carl U.S. Should Support Israel, Edwards Says Former IRO Chief Here To Aid Appeal "Israel is a logical extention of. man and Herbert E. Scher. our American democracy. We can Mrs. Sidney Weintraub, chairpinpoint there the best in our I man of the Speakers' Bureau, has 1,000 Sought By :h Of Dimes irch of Dimes drive for to fight polio in Dade was launched Monday II continue until January trs will use special shows, iances and eveij kigmies -raising activities. ; are urgently needed. The junty Chapter of the NaToundation for Infantile fs has only enough money jntil February 1. and that to a loan made by the body, Chairman A. J. [said. I March of Dimes was once lame for our fund-raising Jive." he continued. "But it Ibe changed, I think, to the 1 of Dollars. With almost million people here, we \a\e thousands of dollars ear to continue the work." | Combined Jewish Appeal. "We have a conveniently calloused conscience," Edwards said. "We have passed over the human aspect of the war, the DP camps and that sort of thing, and have concentrated on the rebuilding of Germany." Edwards spoke at a meeting of the Hotel Unit this week. At that time plans were made for a "Hotel Week" to be held February 5 to 12. On Monday, February 6 a buffet supper will be held at the Lord Tarleton Hotel. Harry Sirkin and Joseph M. Rose are co-chairmen of the unit. Sponsors for the week are Mrs. Jennie Grossinger and Al and Walter Jacobs. Steering committee for the week will meet Monday, January 23, at 4 p.m. at the Grossinger-Pancoast Hotel. On Wednesday, January 25, the and William McCarty, Mij special gifts unit will hold a rings. Ike Gold is in charge dinner at the Westview Country Beach headquarters, l*,.j Club. The affair will be under ^gton Ave. I the chairmanship of Abe GoodRuskin Pleads For Drive Volunteers In a plea to all Jewish organizations to enroll members as volunteers for the 1950 Combined Jewish Appeal, Dan Ruskin last week sent letters to all organizational presidents. "The task of the metropolitan unit,' 1 the letter read, "is to cover some 12,000 prospects and requires a minimum of 1,000 workers "The need this year is even greater than last year, for as you know, in addition to our other local agencies, Mount Sinai Hospital is now in full operation and requires proper financial assistance to render adequate service to our community." tradition. Moreover, the young Jewish nation is a fine stable, responsible state and deserves our financial support far more than such phoney democracies as Turkey and Greece." These are the words of Paul B. Edwards, chief of operations for the International Refugee Organization in the U. S. Zone in Germany for three years and former director of displaced persons for UNRRA in the Middle East, who is here speaking in behalf of the kit Judge George Holt, m chairman, said care of rage polio case costs Funds contributed last fre exhausted in treatment cases, which gave the Sts second worst year from standpoint. said that more than 98 every dollar given goes it polio. Administrative 1949 were only 1.32 pel's division workers are by Mrs. Sydney Weinlother of a child whose fy from polio was aided by irch of Dimes. hnen for their respective pities are Mayors William th. Miami; Harold Turk, [Beach: W. Keith Phillips, lables; George Frix, Miami named four women to assist her. Appointed were Mrs. Ralph Kirsh, who will provide speakers for Monday; Mrs. Edward Atlas. Tuesday: Mrs. Morton Russack, Thursday: Mrs. Sol Goldstein, Friday. Mrs. Weintraub will take over Wednesday. Arabs Mass Armies At Israel Border JERUSALEM. (JTA)—Israel's Arab neighbors are concentrating armed units along the borders of the Jewish state, it was reported here this week. However, this development was not interpreted in informed circles here as a sign of impending renewal of hostilities. Meanwhile, the Defense Ministry issued an order to all male veterans under 49 years of age to enlist in the Army reserve. The same order provides for women veterans under 34 to join the reserve. Lt. Col. Michael Schechter, military commander in Jerusalem, who released the order here, declared that "the entire country must be prepared for a state of emergency." Jerusalem will be the first Israel city to register reserve members in the armed forces. Veterans under 30 will receive reserve training for one month while those between 30 and 49 will be trained for two weeks. ****W • %  n L* %  kown at the Initial Gifts Unit dinner held last Thursday at the Westview Country Club are ? %  ) William D. Singer, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation; Charles Fruchtman, visitor from Toledo. Ohio, who contributed S250.000 to the UJA in 1949: Dr. Ruth Gruber. author, who was principal speaker; and Dan B. Ruskin, chairman of the 1950 Combined Appeal. FAJVCY BLOTTERS: The Damon Runyon Memorial Fund for Cancer Research, organized three years ago by Broadway columnists Dan Parker, Walter Winchell and Leonard Lyons, has collected more than $3,000,000 to date. New York showman Billy Rose, in his syndicated column "Pitching Horseshoes," points out that every dollar of this fund has been spent for cancer research; not one cent for salaries, administration, fund-raising or buildings. Can any Jewish philanthropic organization or fund match this record? Motto of the Runyon Cancer Fund founders, two of whom are Jews, is: "If you want fancy blotters, pay for them yourself." COMMENTARY: The 1950 budget of "Commentary," monthly organ of the American Jewish Committee, is reported sharply reduced to less than half of last year's $295,000. The magazine and its editor Elliot Cohen have been under heavy fire since the publication several months ago of pornographic "Adam and Eve on Delancy Street." Strongest criticism came from Rabbi Milton Steinberg of Park Avenue Synagogue in New York City, whose precedentshattering sermon on November 18, 1949. contained scathing analysis of "Commentary" contents for one year. Said Rabbi Steinberg: 'The list of those who have not appeared in Commentary's columns would coincide pretty closely with the names which would occur in a Who's Who in America Jewish religious and cultural life." BOBBY SOX: Despite repeated evidence of the unreliability of opinion polls and questionnaires because of their excessively large margins of error, "defense" agencies are still using them to measure extent of anti-Semitism and discrimination. Most recent criticism of polls comes from advertising executive Steuart Henderson Britt of McCann-Erickson agency. Speaking to the American Marketing Association on the place of polls and questionnaires in market research programs, Britt said: "I simply want to caution all of us against the wholesale acceptance of figures or statistics whenever the questions could not really produce accurate information. I have seen questions so badly designed that, no matter how many people are interviewed, the results are worthless." Latest project of American Jewish Committee, jointly with Rutgers (N. J.) University will seek cause of bubble gum and bobby sox crazes to determine how social ideas (read anti-Semitism) of young people spread. No foolin! GIMMICK: Publicized Anti-Defamation League-sponsored poll on discrimination in college admissions illustrates need for caution. The survey cites a "drastic" drop in the percentage of Jewish students in medical and other professional schools in 1946 compared with 1935, which it blamed on discrimination. Statistical gimmick is use of percentages. Survey ignored two vital factors which would have operated even if no discrimination existed: (1) percentages falsify picture of true number of enrollments, which may actually have increased though not in proportion to total admissions; and (2) overcrowding resulting from spectacular postwar rise in total enrollment. For example, 70 medical schools in 1949 received 88,810 applications from 29,000 students but had room ;;nd facilities for only 5.864. Ratio of applications to openings in individual schools is even higher, ranging from 17.8 to 1 at New York University, which reported 2.231 applications for 125 openings, to 31.3 to 1 at Long Island College of Medicine, which had 3.500 applicants for 112 openings. Columbia reported 2,800 applications for 120 openings, a ratio of 23.3 to 1. Not more laws but more and larger schools would seem to be the answer to discrimination. KOI YISRAEL: For the thrill of a lifetime, tune your shortwave radio to 8.9 megacycles (33.7 meters) between 1 p.m. and 4:30 p.m., New York time, daily except Saturday. If conditions are good and you have a long antenna strung out in the clear, you may hear the "Voice of Israel" broadcasting from Tel Aviv. Regular broadcasts were begun on December 15. 1949. with a monthlv budget of about 10.000 pounds (about $28,000). One listener in Long Island. New York, reports picking up a Yiddish newscast from "Kol Yisrael" at 3:15 p.m. followed by news in English at 3:30 p.m., and news in Hebrew at 4 p.m., with news at dictation speed from 4:20 to 4:30 p.m. Reception was fair with moderate volume and some interference from commercial stations. Anyone hearing "Kol Yisrael" is urged to send a reception report to the Israeli Information Office. 11 E. 70th St., N. Y., which is eager to receive as many reports as possible. IVRIT: Hebrew language enthusiasts and students can practice their knowledge by listening to the British Broadcasting Corporation's daily newscasts in Hebrew from 1:30 p.m. to 2 p.m.. New York time, on the shortwave lrequencies of 9.58 and 12.04 megacycles. Although the broadcasts are beamed to Israel, a good receiver can pick them up with ease. Best clarity is on 12.04 mc. The "Voice of America" is also planning special programs in Hebrew in the near future. ADD JTA: The Executive Council of the South African Board of Jewish Deputies at its last monthly meeting recommended that "the question of further financial aid to the (Jewish Telegraphic) Agency" be tabled until March. According to the "S.A. Jewish Times" of Johannesburg, "it was hoped by then that the Agency would have been satisfactorily reorganized. Negative decision follows plea for funds by Eleazar Lipsky, son of Zionist leader Louis Lipsky. who made fund-raising tour of South Africa as JTA representative. USNA: Often hailed deservedly for providing the greatest program in the United States for the resettlement of "refugees, the Un-tecl Service for New Americans is never reminded of the fantastic cost and extravagance of its program. For 10,000 cases handled oetween August 1946 and April 1948 USNA spent about $20,000,000. This sum does not include additional expenditure by local communities throughout the country. Total number of Jewish refugees admitted in any one vear under United States immigration laws is between 20.000 and 25.000, many of whom are aided by relatives hero. Although USNA plans to wind up its affairs beginning in June, it is slated to receive upwards of S18.000.000 from 1950 UJA campaign, over one-third more than previous years. (USNA and JDC together will receive a larger share than UPA of the proceeds of UJA campaign unless it goes over the top.) Headline All news, information and photographs for publication in The Jewish Floridian must be in our office not later than Tuesday noon of each week. X "^^*V^V^%^'V^V*V^V>V ^^V^V^V*V^ V ^^W%  V-Vr*V^-"%-^



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p. 1 1 lr ti IT B a ti t) s y v C g E v t t F g f F c c £ t. f. S t. 1 V F v r r c 1 i i • %  %  I FRIDAY, IA NUARV, PAGE TWO a Between You and Me" By BORIS SMOLAR (Copyright, 1948. Jewish Telegraphic Age ncy, Inc.) all activities are based on voluntary association of individual* for the common welfare, they cannot guide themselves wholly by governmental procedures which hold sway in our national political Ilie On the other hand, communities try to achieve effective organization by including in B .wining bodies represent itivi of all the diversified religious, ideological and other inte groups in the community Tnus the American Jewish community is now develop i munal organization, indi n the American scene n sp ins v the needs and asp te Ol American Jewry. ZIONIST AFFAIRS: The future of the world Zionist j movement is now being mapped, quietly in New York by the Jewish Agency • • • Two committees, have been set up by the agency; in New York to prepare a program for remolding the Zi movement throughout the world j These committees are also to define the relationship between | the Israel government and the Jewish Agency • The relationship between the two is today not entirely as some members ,:'•; % %  -.'. %  • a! i wish it t i be The issue will now come under discussion before the Jewis:: A_<-:u". executive which will hold its session this month in Jerusalem ... A final dec on it will be reached at the forthcoming World Zionist Congress In prepai ation for the I at the Congress. American Zionists are now making a strong effort for a maximum sale of >lim in this country The more Shekolim sold, the more American delegates will go to the Congress And if there will be any fight at the Congress, it is expected to develop chiefly between the American and the legations The Ameriwill probably be outnumI by the Israelis inasmuch as the Shekel system permits Israel twi •• as many delegates as any country for the amount of Shekolim sold The only way for American Zionists to have as | many delegates as the Israelis, is, -. fore, to sell twice as many Shekolim as the total sold in Israel ... It must, of course, be nbered that the American delegates come to the Congress .-.. | as a solid unit but as representatives of different groups in Zionism ... So do the delegate: from Israel However, thi latter represent mostly the labor in the Zionist movement, COMMUNAL ISSUES: Tiie year has shown a great deal (f activity among Jewish communities in this country in • inization of governing : : roadi represi nti tion Detroit, Di n fill*. Hai tford, Hi >u Elmira have made {nil tl i tiori Thus the talk in Xw \ irk about the necessity for al zing" .!• wish feri" ns. well funds and mui it the ... : '.. akinji pen door The truth of thi matter is that these centra! J' '•'. nmunity lies are .... mselves now ting a 1 I :. :n which I draw their ip Thi v r< alize that : tant aspect of any cennil ly is that i of the nunity wh i h it .si And they are aware of the fact that the general community must have the greatest D e in the selection of the leadership of that body The question of what constitutes democrat. ected leadership is now a favorable topic of discussi. n in community gatherings The answer has not as yet been and ... On one hand communicome to recognize that ;n Jewish community life, where >lalek Removes Offices To Reach AMOSG LITERATI: The first Ami rican J. .. thor to hav into Japanese : ; Mrs, Lucy R L ing The Macmillan Publ ing Company, which last yi ar published Mrs. Lang' "T im : .-. iBi autiful." ann i that it has mi for publication of Japanese edition of the volume ... It will be [ht out by the Hokusi Press in Tokyo Mrs. Lang is the wife of Harry Lang. Sui editor of the Jewish Daily Forward Her book, which to a very meat extent with J. life in this countrv and in Ru evoked much praise when it appeared last year ... It can i < preface by William Green, pn dent of the American Feder: of Labor, and chapters of it havi been broadcast by the "Voice of: America" to many countries And speaking of women autl we hear from all sides compliments for Leah W. Leonard in connection with her book "J. Cookery." just published by Crown Publishing ... I am n.expert on cooking, but those wit are. tell me that her 500-pagi volume is the best ever pub!. on Jewish culinary art ... It contains recipes for hundn Jewish dishes, including thi ,.,.,. .. %  holidays and family cell I These recipes have all been v in the light of modern techniques for food preparation Incidentally. Mrs. L-.onai d is the wife i I Oscar Leonard, author of "Ami i All" and lecturer for 1 Fund An ithi n i an author who published a I week is S I stein Her little "Molly ,.:i I l Sal ; ath Q u will be read with di I ghl rican Jewish it utifullj strated by Anne Folsom and the pride I by Behrman House in annoui its public.:-, n is i tified Literature Series Nears Wind-Up The last two in a series of lectures on "Modern Jewish Literature" will begin on Monday. January 23. at 8:30 p.m. at the Adult Institute of Jewish Studies. These lectures will include •Contemporary Hebrew Writings" and "Anglo-Jewish Literauv and will be given by Fred "itz and Rabbi Morris Skop, £5* Yiddish, American Jewish History are among the other subjects offered. The institute meets Monday nights at the Beth El Synagogue, 500 S.W. 17th Ave.. and is sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education .Beth El Beth David and the Miami Jewish Community Center. Further inlormation regarding courses may be obtained by calling the Bureau of Jewish Ed% a t 3-5858 or 9-0489. ph W. M j eph W. Mali k, I noval I Buildii %  : : : ; Suiti 418 Mi %  %  ;; with the %  %  An active | nt in com: Mi t is a ber : T | • %  B'l ith. the YMHA an F edom H use Tin %  • .:.. rney studied at Detroit Insl Ti hnology. Uni\ Cinti and B. A. and law leg ee thi Unimi While at the sitj : M an i. he conducted the firsl Pi sover Sedei the Hillel Hi I Malek is also the dual Gables Jewish Center and has appeared at sj 5 and oi ganizati n mi tin ighout irea. LONDON ARMS geofot Dora Stein Sister^ Plans Supper hJ A gefilte fish su p rij party will be spo •[ Dora Stem Sisterhood J raelite Center on sj ary 22, at 6 p m Jl Gables Jewish Cente.'jf ermoAve. Mrs.BenKa'sj man of the affair. J th Need Help i n a HnrwJ A-1 EMPLOYMENT 7 Whit, .nd Colo,,,, Phonee 8-5S17-I-J 61 NE. tth *3 AL MEIOENBERO ~^f m DINING ROOM OPEN TO PUBLIC PHONE 5-1264 Vndu %  •none' Jpt<"io •' M KRdSBERG 0 IIAMSON M SUSSMAN PARTY CATERING Special Meeting Called The G Ida Meyei.n Clul I thi Pi mi W imen will hold a lay, January 24. at al Beth El. Mrs. Miriam Rosengarten will the coup in honm of the man ii g : hi r n, Edwin G. Beck Ko lentz. AUTO GLASS InstaUed While You Wait Full Line of Auto Accessories and Parts ADAMS GLASS SERVICE 1805 Purdy Avenue Call 58-3756 or 5-4316 LISTEN TO THE JEWISH MUSICAL: WTTT—1490 on Yowl Jacob Schachti Director NORMAN R. LYOBj Newscast"and Hiiarefl Narrator a 1 NOW FOUR TIMES A M^H SUNDAY TROM 10 'fl TO 11:30 A V. LOB MON WED. 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JANUARY 20; 1950 *Jmislirk>rk**ii PAGE THREE WU Say... ^and years ago saw the Mohammedan world Uigent, more civilized, and more progressive stian Europe. A high culture flowered forth jnder the Moors and in the Baghdad of the n the tolerant, refined atmosphere of early vs enjoyed a freedom they were not to find an lands until the 19th century. id Fall le Mohammedans declined, their virtues led, their brilliant civilization decayed. To[Moslem world presents a dreary prospect nee, of superstition, of general decadence, jerican troops landed in North Africa, they je disease-ridden, filthy Arabs and named hoks." To the G.I.'s these semi-savages apke the Indians looked to their forefathers y landed on American shores in the 17th islems publicized their slump when ten years feawdust Caesar, Benito Mussolini became lector. Now the role is being taken over by Spanish tyrant, the Fuehrer Franco. This no concern of ours, except that almost a ews are trapped in the vast territory, from to the Malay archipelago. The Moslems are, conscious of their come down. It is thereBsary for them to bolster their morale by uperior to somebody. Consequently, they mselves up by trying to degrade the small [of Jews in their midst. (Southerner is familiar with this form of |ical compensation. In the South, the worst Negroes are not found among educated they have no need of such self assurance, (her hand, the D.P. sharecroppers of Tobacco play the fiercest hatred toward black people, toward the educated ones. This is quite le to any student of psychology. Decay In The Moslem World By HARRY SIMONHOFF Fanaticism This inner sense of inferiority betrays itself especially in benighted Yemen. There, the barbarous Arabs do not permit Jews to live in the second storey of a house lest they look down on a Bedouin riding a burro, followed by his four wives on foot. This merely reveals a sneaking suspicion of their own shabbiness. They forbid Jews to ride on donkeys; for the Jew would then be higher on the street than the faithful "Gook." In Morocco, the superiority of the degraded Fellahin to Jews and Christians is fostered artificially. If any unbeliever stands on the street, the spot is swept clean lest the worm-eaten Arab be cdhtaminated by the Jewish or Christian infidel. All this was bad enough in normal times. But the entire Moslem population of 250,000,000 were angered and humiliated by the Arab defeat in the recent Jewish war. Their dry-rot incapacity was clearly demonstrated by the inability of 40,000,000 Arabs to stand up against a half million Israelis. This was an additional affront to Moslem pride, already at a pretty low ebb. Only the functioning of the United Nations, containing Mohammedan member states, prevented a general massacre of Jews in all Islamic lands. George Weller We therefore read with disgust in the Miami Herald the news dispatches of correspondent George Weller. This writer is evidently bedeviled by the hate neurosis that can blind a normally intelligent person. He writes with ill concealed chagrin about the Yemenite Jews flying to Israel on the magic carpet route. Commenting on the exodus of Jews from Tripoli, he insinuates that coercion is practiced by American Jewry on their co-religionists, who would prefer to remain in degradation. Mr. Weller evidently ignores the recent pogroms in North Africa. Nor has he learned from the bar flies that the normal Mohammedan fanaticism has been strongly spiked by the combined brew of Fascist propaganda and Goebbels' poison, which boiled over before their joint defeat at El Alimain. Bigotry The noted commentator Lowell Thomas recently visiting mountainous Tibet was able to broadcast from a Buddhist Monastary tucked away in that ceiling of the world. Yet if he showed his face in Mecca, he would be torn to pieces for daring to desecrate the city declared holy by the illiterate camel driver, Mohammed. Thus iuO.OOO Jews are in peril in that series of dust bowls known as Iraq, the famed Messopotamian valley between the Euphrates and the Tigres, now fit only for desert Arabs. In Iran, remembered in romance and history as Persia, many Jews are living under a Marrano disguise; they pretend Islam in public, and practice Judaism in secret. About 8000 Jews are trying desperately to reach Israel from Afghanistan, a savage land bordering India near the highest mountain range in the world. It is strange how darkness descends on any place where the Mohammedan religion takes root. Emigration Is Essential It is therefore inevitable that all Jews in Moslem lands, who desire to migrate to Israel, should obtain all possible aid. The success of the 1950 U.J.A. Campaign will test the vision of American Jewry. It was not difficult to understand the plight of European Jews, with whom there was close kinship and direct communication. Besides, the isolated Oriental Jews are not experiencing the agonies of death trains or gas chambers. But here imagination is required. Violent death ends all suffering and confers a halo of martyrdom. A worse fate is the slow degradation which corrodes the soul and breaks the spirit. That all Jews must be saved from such a fate should be born in mind by everyone who makes a contribution to the Federation. la Established As Separate Region idassah; Mrs. Grossman Is President thirteenth annual confcf the Southeastern ReIHadassah, held in SaiGa., on January 8, 9 lorida was established as region. This was crysthe suggestion of the Hadassah Organization ^e because Florida, with liters and 4,500 members, lany chapters with as lembership as the balthe region including and South Carolina. lurry Grossman, Miami, ied as vice president of EWISH CUISINE INCHEON SPECIALS NDWICHES UR CREAM WITH 3TTAGE CHEESE }VH CREAM WITH I VEGETABLES Air-Conditioned Mezzanine Floor the Southeastern region, was elected to serve as president of the new Florida region. Other officers are Mrs. Herman Klausner, Jacksonville, Mrs. Albert J. Morrell, Orlando, and Mrs. Max Perlman, Tampa, vice presidents; Miss Lillian Goodman, Miami Beach, Business and Professional groups vice president; Mrs. Sam Segal, Haines City, recording secretary; Mrs. Barney Weinkle, Miami Beach, treasurer; Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt, Miami, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Carl Brukenfeld, West Palm Beach, parliamentarian; Mrs. Hyman Katz, Jacksonville, auditor. Local board members include Mrs. Sol Leslie, Mrs. Abe Goodman, Mrs. Milton Sirkin, Miami Beach, president, Greater Miami Chapter board; Mrs. Alexander Kogan, president, Miami Beach Group; Mrs. Jasper Cromer, president, Miami Group; Mrs. Louis Gidney, president, Deborah Group; Mrs. Morris Alpert, president, Hanna Senesch Group; Mrs. Isabel S. Altholz, president, Henrietta Szold Group; Mrs. Bernard Stevens, president, Menorah Group; Miss Rosalyn Klein, president, Miami B & P Group. Local delegates to the Savannah convention were Mrs. J. J. Briefer, Hollywood; Mrs. Abe Goodman, Mrs. Milton Sirkin and Mrs. Alfred Mamlet, Miami Beach; Mrs. Jasper Cromer, Mrs. Irwin Weinstein, Mrs. M. Feingold and Winchell iiltts Local Agencies The Jewish Social Service Bureau was one of four local agencies which received a gift of one thousand dollars from noted news columnist, Walter Winchell. Others gifted were the Protestant Service Bureau, the Catholic Charities Bureau and the Negro Service Council. In thanking the newspaper man for the gift, Charles Cohen, executive director of the Jewish Social Service Bureau, wrote: •'Mere words cannot begin to describe how much this gift will mean to the many families and individuals whom we serve. Coming at this particular time, your gift has very special significance to us at a moment when we are experiencing the most severe kind of financial difficulties. Your gift will make it possible to continue to provide financial assistance to some of those whom we could not otherwise serve for no other reason but lack of funds." Mrs. Murry Grossman Mrs. Murry Grossman, Miami. The first Florida region conference will be held in Jacksonville in January, 1951. This will be a joint conference with the Southeastern region. 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PA H V I : in tio mi B' at tic th St. yc w G gr B' w th %  th Pi Si fe F; el cc 1 PAGE FOUR >Je*is*f1crkf&r_ FRIDAY, JANUAay i. £ EDITORIAL The Hebrew I nirersity Proiesso: Selig Brodetsky, successor :o the late Dr. J. L. Magnus as president of the HebrewUniversity of Jerusalem, is in America now to familicrize us with the procrram. activities end achievements of that great institution of learning. The recent war in Palestine has brought expanded creas for the Israelis. But, oddly enough. in the matter of the Hebrew University, its physical grounds were circumscribed. It is King Abdullah who commands the beautiful site of Ml. Scopus on v/hich the original edifice of the Hebrew University stand?. However, thouqh the Universityis depr.ved now of its original site, it is still carry.r.g on, in fact more vigorously than ever. The University counts cr. enrollment of over i,?00, bu! it :s a dispersed university, with different schools functioning ir. differer.t part" cf Jerusalem. Dr. Brodetsky hopes that by the sprinc c: ii-ST the University will be back at its old site, in time to ceiecrcte ;:s twenty-fifth anniversary. He can be assurer! he :s r.ot c!:r.e in those hopes. Dr. Brodetsky in c recar.! speech in New York proper;-, emphasized the fact that a primary function of a university is to set the ethical tone of the ccuntry. His comparison with the function of th*rr.cier.t Hebrew prophets in this respect is net e-.zaz~:~:ed. Today, we havp no prophets as such. Perhaps the r.earest approach is that of a university. The Hebrew University has gathered ir its f:ld? rrreat teachers of Judaism as well as men like Klausner who have done fundamental work ir. the research in early Christianity and it has gcthered men learned in Arab lore. It is Mareh Ot Dime* YOU have given generously m th. THE MARCH OF DIMES. N "THEY NEED YOUR HELP—" devoted to finding tr-d teachina the truth and promoting harmony among men. Such an institution has strong claims oi all of us. Your generosity has helped little Cr fight back against Polio, TO WALK h New The March of Dimes needs your heta again. The March of Dimes Drive started JanucJ end runs until January 31. More money than ever before must b i this year by The March of DimesAND BECAUSE THE NEED IS GREATER THAN] The polio ward of the Dade County Chm National Foundation for Infantile Parclvsj? 100 guest patten's during 1949 second JIM tcta! : n history. Eighty have been returned Only one passed on. In the United States there were 42,;c; casci in 1949 compared with 26.CC2 the ere year. Dade County's goal is S200.000 to continue! battle ccainst polio. The nat.onal oadl S4CCCD.000—twie the sum asked for last That's how great the need is for funds. Dade County has received S88.000 this from the National Foundation for Inia Paralysis. We sent them less than thatreplace it! Smothers Seeks Senate Seat Group Forming To Buy Old Beth D-tvid Site A —ting will be held Thursday. .January 19. at 8 : ra Beth .->:_( rv an organizati n : .-:::. p ..: p — • thAyr.aB mue nd Talmu 1 tente "' : nterested project • irged t t'. i i Miarntans Named Mi... ;.'*,,--. *:ui:ji L., :. • aol -C.i.l 'Wm':l ted member! t th :. mal Welfare B ectprs at : u fifi nnu vi n -. tVT>f the Southern S %  % % %  %  %  Id in Atl nta • i-.tly. Minimi Lodge >5u S('lic.'irsiii: "Yiddish Sight" Rep. George Smothers In a hard-pur peech, during -' I which he Sen c aude Pepper as "'' %  : I idieals and I in the ri: Sti f Small 0 md i %  • ; not i Rabbi Grauer To Speak Rabbi Murray Gr uer will %  n "An Ess; judict" i n Sunday at 9 eC eatei Mi li Rabbini tion II lur ov n WKAT. I 1 %  %  : %  p| 11 : %  '• %  %  : %  ;r m tenist flkridlfaur, b Th'I* h i d -'Z'3 F '"" y 5I 192 tLi .. "J"! forldiar at 120 N, E. tiSa ?. "' V .'" m 18 F 'or.da. En %  ria..-under the Act of March 3, 187' tI 1 i*i"i lh F or "'" absorb c^SSwi' .-' eml>er 0' the Jewish Tele52SK.,.. B ;r, Cy ; S ven Ar,s Mature 35225% .> r dw,de News Serv.ce, iatmr*! Editorial Association. Amen. can Association ot English. J.wish Newspaper,, Florid aPres, Association •Jewish PI01 M not %  •••• Kashruth of th,n"r. %  l.an.1:.^ aJv-rUs-l j-, i, 3 C0 | u mnB SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year tern nf Free enterprise whi given 10 Americans th highest standard of living The 36-year-old cand; lat< d nounced the national he ince bill backed bv Pepper. re-aftirnu T -Hartley act ing man as well the general public." attai ece;' Fed Housing Admin sti ati m %  ig FH A in s'.iicted W Neg "and I th. Iministrat Ficit spending program. Smaihei's, a din t di 'I "He i rhe South.'* ol neefa ill. 5. has been I Fl'i .:., old. Hi atti ndi it ; %  of Fl .1 da, wl • if thy yarlitv b : .md a member of the ck ti is wfll as presitfe^t t.thi 2SJ! h d l\ mhbe/ o{ Fl hliH' -Key, .-,.,.. ri rv [ eadl H r i l S6 ;id tile U!l -'Hall of Ejamt. At the^QtLreak of World W.u II. Smathers was eaHed upon I the .department-.,f J us A >tenj§ntrol B >v,i... ; „ Two Years $3.00 $5.00 '.'.-•.^ di,er in <* Publisher MaHni^i lNfcNted in the Marm*Cd>Dkand serv. Telephones 2-1 Ml?-R?l2 OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street V,' .^'TV !" served ; ^ftsJ. .-.11! .1 Si loh ntz. both Vlis Harry Vlrs .1. I, 1 %  llirci I1r.1t hers, %  • % %  • %  I X..I Ifran, ;ill o( x.vi. held H.i' IP will. i'ark 1 'erne1 Si 11 if| 1 it, ,1 HARRY INDJIN n • %  Ave itaased •'• %  • \ •'<; ..-t threv •• %  '.I.-.I in -•" N .-.:.. %  .n. |i,,1,. Mri. M .111N. York: :. •• Mai lyn ImlVI I'hlllip lt.-.k%  %  '• M liyman X. w y.rk, %  •••' I Mra. Louia "I I! vim r'alla, Xew \JU its IndJIn, ot • %  • %  held In the 1 • • I' P ll Mil,Till.-lit Rabbi Murray li 1 SHARON BAND I daiighi • Mr. and 21 S.W Ms! I local %  ii-.. irvivr.1 bi a Mr, r %  ,11 ; • %  %  1 eil li v .. %  ..!, i • IN r-NNiE SINGER I %  e for five .. r. h ..J, two I'M ,,, ,.• I two > 11 '•• II 1 Interim... R bbl RIFKA VFCHI OWIT • %  f Miami 11, 11 I, for -• I :,\\... (*lt> SI..ItavH Lelfhuk 0|H k n§ law Olli • %  > • %  % Sheldon N •' Announcement '•• ',— Sheldon N. Lelchuk. of tn f his ffu (f law in the St' ling 627 Lincoln Road Lelchuk. a nativ. I ai ViJ | W jconsin, has bi n this area for the p -' ve ^l He studied a th; I %  Wisconsin and N j v rsity, and ri 1 from the Univei is a member of Nu BeU national honorary Asa ciati d %  • P imeran z certil countant. Il-ulassali BMansI %  -' r '" party will be given by Group of Had.: January 30. at 8 ; | according to Mrs. membership chain I Winner .if .. : "J the M mth" a v> %  •' be announced at ; | v award is given I p k bringing in the 11 ben < %  1 m mth. L •' %  *'" %  1 J stph Su Dj. Singer To Speak '.PB L-t -V %  *'"v.-"ttit;u in %  'nmbent of



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JANUARY 20. 1950 legist: ihrkUair PAGE'FIVE fer To Honor Leon Kaplan At Dinner, f-Elected Officers To Be Installed m efc *& Leon Kaplan |ers of the Jewish cornwill pay tribute to Leon i. past president of the Miirish Community Center, at er to be tendered him by iter on Sunday, January p.m. at the Mendelsohn's Manor, llight of the affair will be Vmal installation of center Kaplan will install the newly elected officers who include Max R. Silver, president; Ben Essen, first vice president; Sam Seitlin, second vice president; Paul Sobel, third vice president Mrs. Leo Sheiner. secretary; Leo Ackerman, treasurer. Board members are Jack Apte, Abe Cutler, Leon Kaplan, Fred Grossberg, Samuel Kessler. Mrs. Edward Levine. Mannv Lubel, Sidney Palmer. David Rabinowitz, Prank C. Rose, Mariin HuHmstein, Irving Saal, Theodore Sakowitz, Leo Sheiner, tied Shochet and Eugene J. Weiss. Weiss Elected Bank Director Milton Weiss, member of the Dade County School Board, was elected a director of the Industrial Savings Bank at its annual stockholders meeting Tuesday. All officers of the bank were re-elected. Baron de Hirsch Meyer is chairman of the board of directors; Leonard L. Abess, president; Roy Perry executive vice president; Michael J. Franco, vice president and cashier. Other board members include W. George Kennedy, J. N. Morris, Sam R. Becker. Max Silver GOOD NAME (more to be treasured jORDON )LIZES EVERYIING A GOOD NAME IMPLIES [ For 25 yean the name 5RDON hat been Mciated with service to Ireater Miami Jewish causes. your time of need let help you as we have ne for other grateful families. **** OR DON S.W. if* JlfHH "One Of Us" To Be Aired A courageous minister risks his well being to uphold the credo that all men are children of God, in "One of Us," the latest episode in the "Lest We Forget—The American Dream" series to be heard Saturday, January 21. at 5 p.m. over radio station WVCG, Coral Gables. Berry Kroeger stars as the fighting minister. Participants in the fifteen minute live panel discussin to follow immediately will be: William L. Pallot, Miami attorney, who will serve as moderator; Rabbi Morris A. Skop, Coral Gables Jewish Center, and Reverend F. H. Buchholtz. Coral Way Presbyterian Church. Dr. Morton Robbins Zionist Unit To Hear Dr. Robbins Dr. Morton Robbins, chairman of the American Zionist Youth Commission, will address the members of the Miami Beach Zionist District at Temple Beth Sholom on Thursday. January 26. at 8:15 p.m., according to Alfred Stone, president. Dr. Robbins, who recently returned from a trip to Israel, will speak on recent trends and development in the Jewish state. The founder and honorary president of the New Hampshire Zionist Federation. Camp Young 1 Judaea in Amherst, New HampI shire, he is honorary president of j the New England Zionist Region. He is also a member of the national executive of the ZOA. UPA, ZOA Inner Committee and vice president of the national administrative committee of the ZOA. The Young Judaea Group choir will sing Hebrew songs. Chairman of the program committee is Melvin Richardson. Assisting him are Leonard Glasser, arrangements; Cantor Samuel Kelemer, Israel music and art; Arnold I. Scher, Murray Goodman and S. A. Goodman. I OS. L. PLUMMER Funeral Director Gables Unit Form Choral Group The First Jewish Congregation of Coral Gables will organize a children's choral group on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at its center, 2410 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Pierre Mande, violinist and choral leader, will serve as director of the unit, which will specialize in modern Palestinian and Hebrew ritual melodies. Registration will be held at the center on Sunday at 11 a.m., Monday at 8 p.m. and Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. Chorus To Perform The Lions Club will sponsor a performance by the Don Cossack Choir, world famous Russian chorus, on Saturday. January 21. at 8:15 p.m. at the White Temple. Proceeds will go to the Light House of the Blind. Tickets are on sale at Byron's Red Cross or may be purchased Irom any member of the Lions Club. Sisterhood To Meet The Sisterhood of the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation will meet Tuesday, January 24, at 1 p.m. at the school building. Mrs. Simon April is in charge of the program. ONE NITE ONLY Richard Tucker METROPOLITAN OPERA TENOR JOSEPH SCHREIBMAN WELL-KNOWN PIANIST Former Teacher at Temple University in Philadelphia ANNOUNCES That he is now available for teaching appointments at his studio, 34 W. Flagler Street, or at your home by arrangement. Also available to play the organ at wedding ceremonies. May be contacted at FLEETWOOD HOTEL Telephone 5-4715 Miami Zionists To Seat Leaders A new film, a young singer and a formal, installation -.ceremony will highlight the program of the Miami Zionist District on Thursday, January 26, at 8:15 p.m. at Bethljp. All subsequent meetings of the group, will be held at thsame locatidh, the new hoard of directors has announced. Officers to be installed by Rabbi Murray Grauer, include Herman Siegal, president; Hairy Gordon, first vice ^resident: Sanford Sweidlir., second vice president; Sidney Segal!, chairman of the board; Abraham Kasow. treasurer; Simon Seidon, recording secretary; and Ted Nelson, financial secretary. Also to be installed are 35 directors. A film. "Day of Deliverance," will be presented and Sarah Brameister, will sing. She will be accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Lillian Nelson. FFESftALWAYS Gables Ladies To Give Party The • Sisterhood of me Coral Gables Jewish Center will hold a card party on Saturday, January 21. at 8 p.m. at the center, 320 Palermo Ave. Chairman of the event is Mrs. Sidney Richman, who will be assisted by the Mesdames Sam Jacobson, Al Rader, Ted Wayne. Edward Miller and Sam Schulfand. The organization will hold a short business meeting on Monday, January 23, at 8 p.m. at the center. Mrs. Cora Friedman has arranged a symposium on Jewish customs and ceremonies. JJUNEl |DAIRJ< HEALTH EGGS BE5T BUTTER DELICIOUS ... and SALT FREE! A tempting treat lor everyone, at all times HOROWITZ MARGARETEN Oven-Crisp Matzohs are particularly welcome to people on special diets because they contain NO SALT! TRIPLE-PACKED TO PROTECT FRESHNESS! Distributed by Palm Distributors, Inc.—14 N.E. 24th St., Miami—Phone 3-8866 WILL APPEAR at Miami Beach Jewish Center 1701 Washington Ave. SUNDAY. JAN. 22. 1950 at 8:15 P.M. For Reservations Call 58-2503 Sponsored By Sisterhod Of Miami Beach Jewish Center The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH The Only Community-Wide Kaihrulh Association. Participating Agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, informs the public that: 1. Only Meat Markets with the sign of the GMVH n 1 D 2 displayed are supervised and endorsed by the Vaad; 2. Only Chickens with the ring of the GMVH n l B 3 are supervised and endorsed by the Vaad; 3. Hotels and Restaurants may buy kosher meats and yet be TREIF. For other information about Kashruth call our Director. Rabbi Joseph E. RckoTky. 818 Michigan Avenue. Telephone 5-3595. HARRY SIRKIN. Pre*. H. SOOTIN. Sec. A. M. BEAR. Vice Pre*. a LOBEL. Trees. n r % %  TONIGHT MIAMI BEACH KENNEl (MB EXTMME SOUTH END OF COLLINS AVE. FIRST RACE •:00 P.M. NO MINORS ALLOWED



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M. f r .utnrrkHar_ %  FRIDAY, JANT!D Y PAGE SIX Securities Company Founder Visits Here A f:rst-time visitor in Miami Beach is Abraham H. Sakier. of New York, founder and president of the American Palestine Securities Company, me first Vail Street brokerage firm dealing exclusivelv in stocks and bonds based on the State of Israel, including the securities of American companies like the famed Palt-:.-. Economic Corporation (PEC i and the American Palestine Trading Corporation (AMPAL). "Most Americans do not know that there has been a Stock Exchange in Israel for more than 15 years, on which the stocks and bonds of a variety of financial. industrial and public utilities C( mpany hfiVe been listed Sakier explained. "What is more, the record of these securities is a very impressive one—for all of these 15 years, not a single bond has < vi r fa'led to pay its interest in full and on time, nor has a single preferred stock ever tailed to pay its dividend—with one exception only. This record is unmatched anywhere in the world, and it should be a source of pride to all of us who want to see Israel develop its economy on a business basis. Israel is good business; its people are honorable, brave and resourceful: and the new state represents the last frontier for the :nvestment of Jewish capital "Dozens of formerly wealthy European Jewish families are now living on the investments which they made in Palestine years ago without any expectation that they would ever receive any return from them." the visitor continued. "Among such families are the freat Zlatopolskys. the former sugar kings of Russia. "By investing in the stocks and bonds based on Israel. Americans make it possible for industries to get raw materials and modern machinery: for financial institutions to make business and build.r.(. loans: for public utilities to extend their services. At the same time, they receive a moderate return on their capital. The names of Koor. Rassco. Mekoroth. Bibur. Nir—all unknown in America today, will. I believe, become househ :ri words before long, for these are the names of some of Israel's Idest and most successful enterprises." Sakier. who is the son of an early Palestine pioneer farmer, has been active in Jewish life since 1920. when he went to Poland as a member of the JDC's unit No. 1. and to the Balkans. He was a member of the first group of large-scale fund-raisers wno. in 1924. travelled the country for the Palestine Foundation Fund, and organized his companv :n 1938. In 1941. he went to Portugal where, as assistant to the director of HIAS in Lisbon, he aided the evacuation of refugees from a'l over Europe. He expects to be in Miami for three weeks. Service Group Is Reorganized The Miami and Miami Beacri Serve-a-C rrunittee ol fh( en's Organizations' Divis r the N B ard (JWB .has ated. according to word rec here from Mrs All rach. New V manof JWBV W men's DIVM Mrs. Is—' Kaplan I Beach and Mrs Sylvia Chi tk lofMiam i and coespectively, : thi I Serve-a-i tee. i ni n 40 sp n. i by JWB th ..-: %  • country Seive-a->immitti • I rst established during World Wi constitute the h groups of local J< i womi n' : ganizati ns I ganized to send monthly tnents of small morale-bv. 'items to a military instal ati n veterans hospital ;<: a d:stance from the community. Reactivated largely through the i efforts of Gus Jacobson. ex; tive director of the Miami Beach YM-YWHA. and Mrs. Louis Glasser. president of the Conference of Jewish Women's Organizations of Dade County, the local Serve-a-Committee has adopted the Eglin Air Force Base. Valparaiso. Fla.. and plans to send regular shipments of comfort and recreational items to that installation. Checklist indicating the articles needed at that base will be prepared by Leon Goldberg, director of the Gulf Area USOJWB office, in cooperation with the special services officer at Eglin. Wanted: Volunteers With the 1950 Combined Jewish Appeal actively underway, the Greater Miami Jewish Federation is in need of additional volunteer help, according to Mrs. William Capland, chairman of the Volunteers Committee. Wanted are typists, stenographers, filing clerks and proof readers. "The campaign can also make use of a commercial artist and a volunteer photographer." she stated. Interested persons an asked to communicate with Mrs. Capland. Music Session A -e.-orded %ers;on of the fust ... .. -Don Giovanni % %  %  • t the Miami %  >•• J anuary -: ;, p.m Jo. M ney w.11 • %  Stadlan To Speak j z Si dlanwill sp.aK on rni ahsmJ sei Si el" at %  Histadruth LT %  Sunday. Jant th Spinoza i" •' %  Jacobson On Program i. s R : ':• uUve • B'nai B'rith Coun...11 .ppear Dr Kurt Sing. '" "> program 2M. at 9:30 on station WKA1. EInzwHg WHI Review Book The enforced uprooting and resulting wanderings of the Jews in the Soviet Union during the war vears 1940-44 will be the subject of a lecture by Israel Elenzweig on Sunday. January 22 at 8 p.m. at the Workmen's Circle Lvceum. 25 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. The lecture Isunder the auspices of Workman's Circle Branch 692. Elenzweig. teacher in the Workmen s Circle schools, will review ihe recently published book by M. Grossman. "In the Land of the Bewitched Djugashvili." Sports Stars At fcJ The Sports Safari c such sports greats as &. Joe Ross and Ruby G-it/t peared at Pratt GeneraSK Coral Gables, | as **W the auspices of the B'l J according to an announce J Leo Steinman. B'nai frS pital chairman. Br *l The Sorrento Hotel D ~J number of baseball P ^ pong balls which the ckJ autographed for the pa Jj Monte Carlo Nttm Staled For Jan. 21 A M mte Carlo Night" will be sponsored by the Emma Lazarus 1 Chapt'-r. Business and Profes• ..: Women of B'na: B'rith. Satiay. January 21. at 8 p.m. at jthe town and Beach Club. Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Proceeds will be used for the i purchase of a public address system to be ] sented to the Pratt Veterans' Hospital, according to Edyth Fleischer, fund-raising chairman. Working on arrangements for 'the affair are Irene Sklar. Florence Morduchay, Mollie Breskin, Ethel Pont. Carol Tciger and Mrs. | Herbert Schwartz 1 Rabbi Moshay Mann will address the members of the Emma Lazarus Chapter. Business and Professional Women. B'nai B'rith. at their meeting on Tuesday. January 24. at 8:15 p.m. at the Betsy Ross Hotel. 15th and Ocean Blvd., Miami Beach. Evelyn Miller is program chairman. Assisting her are Irene Sklar and Deanna Abrashkin. President Dorothy Rader will outline plans for projects to be undertaken by the group in 1950. Ilillel Chapter Seal* Leaders Flora Seltman was installed as president of the Hillel Chapter of B'nai B'rith Girls on Sunday afternoon at the Miamian Hotel. Other officers inducted at the ceremonies were Renee Pearl. vice president: Irma Plotkin. recording secretary; Francine Goodman, corresponding secretary: Esther Millstone, treasurer; Joan Morris, parliamentarian and historian: Barbara Levy, reporter; Bobbie Avock and Lee Weidberg. board members. Mrs. W. Hechler served as installing officer and Mrs. Arnold Lewis and Mrs. Oberfest. advisers, were present. TEL We Carry a Full Line Strictly Fresh NORTHERN LAKE F1$J YELLOW PIKE-WHITEF] BUFFALO AND CAM Also All Southern Ml WE GRIND YOUR FISHF 147 N. W. 5th STREET! m. Triton Hotel Dining Roon| On the Ocean at Twenty-Eighth Si Fall Course Wnnm I 1 Air-Conditioned Music Operated by Erwin FriitaiL Phone 5-8651 %  Benny And Goldman (Transcribed) To Highlight \orih Shore Meeting Comedian Jack %  -Benny and Frank Goldman, international president of B'nai B'rith. will be heard in a transcribed program at the next meeting of the North Shore Lodge and Women's Chapter of B'nai B'rith on Mondav January 23. at 8:15 p.m.. at Temple Beth Sholom. The recording was made on the 106th anniversary of B'nai B'rith. when Jack Bennv was awarded a service citation by the organization in ceremonies broadcast County Schools Receive State Aid cA?;, !" ioutiorl of more th an S3.500.000 of state monev to countv : schools was made Saturdav by 1 Ptroller C. M. Gay as the first 19o0 remittance under Florida's present state-aid program. Dade County's total for four purposes amonted to $403 105 This included S314.573 for teacher s salaries. S5.992 for transpo. taUon. S3o.3i4 for other current exP fcns e s and $47,166 for capital The release of funds to the counties is figured bv state education officials according to the tormula established in the 194" school law and amended by the 1949 legislature. Top Price Paid for MEN'S USED CLOTHING AL'S 432 N. MIAMI AVE. Phone 2-3213 from coast to coast. President Mark Silverstein will review th. l ; •* during the past year and I.e. Steinman will describe plans tor 1950. The program is under the direction of Charles R. Jacobson. executive director of the Greater Miami Bnai B'rith Council 2 FAMOUS NAMES FEATURED BY WOLPERT'S ENJOY THE MUSIC J OF THE MASTERS hel ti-S< in. ON "& tfl? jut.-* 'YourMusicalHeritagt vwa. • **>• •>** 11:00 12:00 Midnight ONE FULL HOUR OF THE FINEST IN CLASSICAL MUSIC I More and More —Your Favorite Station For Music and .Vfl SHOULSON'S TBE&. .24 Hx-r Nurung C 1389 N W 7" ST MIAMI KA KATES PER*MODSRATt DIPT* FOR • Bed Ridden • Convalescent • Special Diets • Aaed • Ret S. 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"At Sjlfar '. COB Rub y G014 tt General f last Wtft] ,f th B-na,,' n an noun> • B'nai B> IARY 20, 1950 fen i siFtQriciictr PAGE SEVEN [Point Plan For Democratization Of Germany Set Forth By Greenstein 0 Hotel p. iaseballs nch the '• the and J chad patin FullLi M *| Hy Frh N LAKE 1 KE-WHTTEl ) AND Southern Fish I OUR FISH f 5th S" ng Roo Eighth St. innvrs I Erwin FriikdT hone 5-6651 erman Anti-Semitism "Sign Of ence Of Vicious Nationalism" g on his experiences as advisor on Jewish affairs ing generals and United States High Commissioners and Austria, Harry Greenstein, in an address last fore a luncheon meeting of the American Jewish New York Chapter, proposed the following fourifor the democratizamto the ears of the old and the young, it had become a national fetish whose validity few people questioned, and fewer had the courage to challenge. It will take at least as much time and effort to destroy the virus of hate as it took the Nazis to implant it in the hearts of the German people. It will be a long and uphill fight to which all the liberal and enlightened elements, in and out of Germany, will have to apply themselves if any perceptible dent is to be made in meeting this problem." Mr. Greenstein, who is executive director of the JJewish Welfare Fund of Baltimore, served as advisor on Jewish affairs to commanding generals and United States High Commissioners in Germany and Austria from February to November, 1949. He was formerly director of welfare for MUSIC LSTERS Heritajii Midnight o %  the ols Germany which, he indispensable to that krticipation in a union kratic West:" uperative that the oeawers recognize in the rejection of and the unmistakable resurgence of German in its most vicious iperative that those ^ith authority in Gerever vigilant against of anti-Semitism ley deal with it in militant fashion, imperative that the ^rved by the authoriJccupation Statute be as to guide the press ledia of communicating about a genuine of the German le long-range point of the utmost importslop a positive, demoram which will reach governmental circles, |urch, the family, the into the daily lives lan people. no single cure for im." said Mr. GreenI is true of any country I disease thrives. It is )f Germany, where, [by law and dinned nsic ure n"s Council t Jan. 26 ropolitan Council of Women will meet on auary 26, at 1 p.m. e Club Hotel, Collins St.. Miami Beach, honor will be Mrs. an, vice president of buncil of B'nai B'lith d national chairman of |Monsky Foundation, [from the national conjB'nai B'rith Youth Orwill be given by Miss is. 756 OR MS DWITZ Baer To Speak Baer of Washington, ional director of the Youth Organizations, ss leaders in youtha meeting Thursday, at 9 p.m. at Mendelurant, 2 Lincoln Road, ch. Miami Youth Director is and National Youth er Milton A. Friedeet with Dr. Baer to s for the expansion programs throughout ida. Polio Benefit Planned By Gables Groups A variety show and dance will be held at the Coral Gables Jewish Center, 320 Palermo Ave., on Saturday night, January 28, under the auspices of the center and the Coral Gables B'nai B'rith. Proceeds will go to the Polio Foundation. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bargteil, whose son was stricken with the disease last year, are in charge of the affair. The Bargteils, whose son is now walking because of the P9lio Foundation, have dedicated themselves to raising as much money for the March of Dimes as possible. Quality. Product* Distributed by HI-GRADE FOOD CO. 1733 N.W. 7th AVE. PHONE 9-8456 Idelsohns STRICTLY KOSHER Restaurant rl 1301 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach E THE FINEST MEET TO DINE DAILY FROM 4-9 TELEPHONE 6-90B5 COOLED BEER AND WINES SERVED Free Parking in Rear NOW OPEN SATURDAYS Everybody enjoytf / ALLAN TINE ALE tter buy the case. P. Bali?ntin Spot. Nwk. N. J. ... Distributed by . BEVERAGE DISTRIBUTORS OF MIAMI, INC. ,Pre3. UNRRA for Greece, Albania and Yugoslavia, and in 1948 made a special study of Jewish displaced persons in Germany and Austria. Ben Gurion Unit To Seat Leaders Dr. Harry H. Queen will be installed as president of the Ben Gurion Branch of the Jewish National Workers Alliance on Saturday, January 21, at 8:15 p.m. at Beth El. Others to be seated are Louis Beers, vice president: Max Beckowitz, treasurer: Ida Zabarsky, financial secretary; A. Lorris, recording secretary; Dr. Kutzen, cultural chairman; I. S. Shapoff and M. Morrison, cultural committee members. Dr. Queen and Saul Ashkenazv, delegates to the national convention at Asbury Park, N. J„ from January 29 to February 2, will be given a sendoff at this affair. Rabbi Morris A. Skop will be guest speaker. Tropical Women Plan Affairs Tropical Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will hold a social meeting on Tuesday, January 24, at 8:30 p.m. in Mendelsohn's Lincoln Manor, according to an announcement by Mrs. Irving Cypen, president. Dr. David Rothenberg, consulting child psychologist, will be guest speaker. Joseph Feldman and Mrs. Melvin Benner are in c!^irge of the program. The group will hold its second annual card party and fashion show on Thursday, January 26, at 8:30 p.m. at the Tides' Hotel, 1220 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach. Apparel for boys and girls will be shown. Meeting Scheduled Clara Hirsh Landau Chapter of B'nai B'rith Young Women will meet Monday, January 23, at 9 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Stanley Falke, 2907 Sheridan Ave., Miami Beach. Debbs Plan Games Party. Debbs Chapter of B'nai B'rith Young Women will sponsor a games party on Tuesday. January 24, at 8 p.m. at the home of Miss DorK Brown 543 N.E. 76ih St. The affair will honor all B'nai B'rith Young Women of Greater Miami. Serving on the committee in charge of the affair are Mrs. Marcia Simonoff. Doris Brown, Charlotte Sandier and Doris Klein. Col. Kelly To Speak Colonel Thomas Kelly, commander of the Harvey Seeds Post, American Legion and the commanding officer of the Greater Miami National Guard unit, will address members of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, at their luncheon meeting Friday, January 20, at 12:15 p.m. in the Downtowner Restaurant. Subject of Col. Kelly's talk will be: "What Are We Doing To Prepare For A Strong Peace?" Isaac Levin Unit To Pick Officers Annual election of officers of the Isaac Levin Lodge, B'nai B'rith, will be held at the Miami Beach Y on Thursday, January 19, at 8:15 p.m., according to President Donald Eanett. A report on membership will be given by Albert J. Beer, and Norton Perry will outline the cultural program for the coming year. Kosher Killed Chickens TENNESSEE POULTRY & EGG CO. WHOLESALE & RETAIL WEDS. A.M. THURS. A.M. Phones 9-2585 — 9-7981 1340 S.W. 8th St "I 11 ENJOY CONTROVERSY AT ITS BEST LISTEN TO 'Between Ourselves Midnight to Two Ayem FEATURING—LT. COL. 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JANUARY 20. 1950 +Jenistincritf&r7 PAGE NINE ":~^ .:: ~ 1 ~ Lirj a • *— ~M :: :-'s.i t. 5. -d r: %  — Tl ersonally Speaking son guests at the orthodox Delmonico Hotel in Miami iclude Mr. and Mrs. Max Goldberg, of Glencoe, 111. Mr. is executive manufacturer of Safety Ice Cream Cones, he hounded 40 years ago. Flying in to visit them over is the Goldbergs' son, Seymour, now president of lpany. Ihe Delmonico for a lengthy stay is Abraham Kanigsberg .treal, Canada. Other guests include Mr. and Mrs. BenSperling of New York City, owners of the Spur wholesale ampany. The Sperlings, longtime friends of the Del%  operator, David Rosner, spend their annual winter here. bris of Stanley Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris in, was held Sunday at the home of his parents, 431 5th St. Sandek was Rabbi H. M. Kaqan; godparents, Mr. fa, M. Pulwermacher; mohl. Rev. Lazarus Lehrer. Stanley J was the first baby born in Mount Sinai Hospital. and Mrs. Herbert Blumenthal and son of Savannah, ive been visiting Mrs. Blumenthal's parents. Rabbi and ion April. and Mrs. Bernard Hutner announce the birth of a ler. Iris Jan, or Friday, January 11, at St. Francis Hospital, irents are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hutner of Miami Beach rs. Ida Resnick of Miami. ending the month of January with Mr. and Mrs. Phillip 3471 S.W. 9th Terr., is Mrs. Venet's brother, Chester H. Jl. Mattapan, Mass. Before coming to Miami, Mr. Gelberf week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard I. Gelbert, Miami residents now living in Bangor, Maine. Also visitIsaiah Ladies Plan Fashion Luncheon The Sisterhood of Temple Isaiah will sponsor a fashion show luncheon at the Belmar Hotel on Tuesday, January 31, at 12:30 p.m. Chairman of the event is Mrs. Venets is Mrs. Venet s cousin, Sumner Gorodetzer of | Aaron Courshon. who is being The betrothal of Miss Rose Guberman to Donald L. Garbett. son of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Garbett, 937 N.W. 59th St.. has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Guberman. 126 S.W. 19th Aye. The brideelect, a graduate of Miami High School, attended schools in New York. e, Mass. s. Jennie Bromberg of New Haven, Conn., is spending nter with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs Bromberg, 2350 S.W. 17th Terr. w Yorkers vacationing at the Sea Isle Hotel are Mr. and athan Taifer, who will be here for several months. Mr. is the brother of Mrs. Jack Shapiro, 853 S.W. 11th St. s. Belina Kreinick ot o^Net York's foremost couturiers. I SyT^PhTnp B. SK who ive lor home Sunday after a month's stay at the Gross' Pancoast Hotel. Mrs. Kreinick has been entertained while >y her cousins, the Morris Brownings and Helen Tobias, [Temple Israel staff. and Mrs. Deszo Julius of West Palm Beach announce Cent birth of a daughter. and Mrs. Charles Kapner of West Palm Beach announce th of a daughter, Sharon Ann, at Good Samaritan Hospital >n January 9. Mrs. Kapner is the former Estelle Davidson %  rs. Jack Wilson of West Palm Beach is recovering at St. rs Hospital following a recent operation. psiting Dr. and Mrs. Jules Kranz, 3782 Chase Ave., Miami are their son-in-law and dauqhter, Mr. and Mrs. Walter >nthal of Washington, D. C, and their dauqhter, Karen. I assisted by Mrs. A. J. Harris and Mrs. J. Jacobi. co-chairmen of the ticket committee. Fashions to be exhibited are from the shop of Harriet Stroke and sisterhood members will serve as models. Musical accompaniment will be furnished by Mrs. Irwin Weinstein and Mrs. Herbert Gutman will serve as co-ordinator. Highlight of the afternoon's program will be vocal selections will be accompanied on the piano by Mrs. Olga Stern, his mother. Another feature will be a performance by' Serge Gomez, dance instructor. Proceeds will be turned over to the Temple Isaiah building fund and tickets may be purchased through any member of the sisterhood. Uy Gathering a real family gathering for d Mrs. Abe Goodman of ood. Visiting them from York are Mrs. Goodman's Mrs. Nat Korn, and Lew Brickoff, and his visiting from Detroit. Rr, (are rani or To Sing At Kneseth Israel el Brickoff, another brother 25 g g • !" e > meg &nat Uifornia is also with the Friday evening and appear i I The family party will be MaanV mus,cal festlval on S Hlywood for a month. WILL BOARD or Gentleman in my home Iter to any diet required $30 Weekly CALL 2-4032 ~"\^~\^~v ^V-~V-—, "JOLLY JOURNEYS" oys and girls from 3 years [mornings or 2-5 afternoons eriod $1.50 or $5 weekly Mace of interest every day rienced teachers—Ph. 3-3400 INCOME TAX SERVICE NATHAN ABRAHAM Phone 3-2154 Cantor Sholom Katz, formerly chief cantor of Budapest, will conduct services at Kneseth Israel on Friday and Saturday, January 27 and 28. He will also lead singing at the Oneg Shabbat in a Sunday evening. Sunday evening's program will include cantorial selections, Yiddish folk songs, Israel songs and songs of the ghetto. Cantor Katz, who has given cnpcerts throughout Eurooe, the United States and Canada, appeared as guest artist at the last convention of the World Zionist Congress in Basle, Switzerland. Marriage Announced Isaac Shuman of Palm Beach and Baltimore announces the marriage of his daughter, Beatrice S. Wolfe, to Robert Louis Shnayerson, son of Dr. and Mrs. Louis Shnayerson, on January 8. The newlyweds are residing at 6941 Bay Dr., Miami Beach. Hadassah Unit To Hold Tea The Deborah Group of Hadassah will hold the second in a series of membership teas on Tuesday, January 24, at 1:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Maurice Rich, 6156 Pinetree Drive, Miami Beach. Mrs. Carl Lundy, membership chairman, and her co-chairman, Mrs. Jerry Lundy, have arranged a fur fashion show and ming tree demonstration. 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Pi T* I in ti m B at ti tf st y w G g B t) • tl P S f( F ci Ci S t( i( si tt T \\ P M fl I) | .1 I n i \ i I PAGE TEN *ktetncrMrtr FRIDAY, JANUARY Reform Judaism Developed In Response To Needs Of Individual Congregations, Writes Rabbi Grollman The development of Liberal Judaism in the United State? !" *~ did not follow a unifonn pattern in all congregations because tudied tl ; J P each congregation has its own special character and neeas, ar.a ••> "the final authority for the adoption of Reform Judaism rested a %  in the hands of the congregations," writes Rabbi Jerome W. GrOUnutn of the United Hebiew dicate{j b ^ preli minary ,| Temple. St. Louis. in the new issue of American Jewish Archives, iust off the press. Rabbi Grollman. graduate of the Hebrew Union College in the Ian of 1•" %  < %  %  "' ic <.'uiigicrgun.i. % % % %  | | ent t Ren the United State* ; : study, based on n .-..-• books in thi A:: • vi :' the Hel • L'ni m Collegi thi fu -• history n a bi %  : Rabl Gi llman con' I • itsel that n I m nuti ; -;were arrive at de: hut 1 pionei ing ny new n the history ol Liberal Imit of a %  • •• %  I rel rm innovations. Trie sequence ol rel tendencies, he says, did not result in the immediate abandonment of traditional observances. Rabbi Grollman adds the reLantaff Seeks < oiiyiM*ss Seal Zionist Youth To Hold Conclave The second annual South Flori. uVr 1 8 Zlonist conclave will be held February 3. 4 and 5 at the South Campus. University of Miami, it was announced todav by .Mrs. Alfred M. Mamlet. chairman. Greater Miami Zionist vouth commission. Approximated 100 members of Young Judaea, and their leaders from the ranks of Junior Hadassah. Masada and: iiirA are expected to attend the edu ational and ; ,, nal| weekend. Purp se of the institute, as an! winced by Mrs. Alfred Mamlet. lohelp increai nj nformed and active Zi in • nth corps m t.ne state of F Ida. a % %  levoted to th .' n I I the furtl • dem cracy tl ...... it the v Om ,.i the highlights i | • ve vill v • %  'hal time an [ sra elj stunt nig I n ... pre 1 by the Beth El S. v> .-../ %  :..:. and Beersh. gioup 3 and unaffiiiated voung people oetween the ages of 12 f-i .hi?n are inv:,< ; d ta Participate in the conclave. Those interested are requested to write to the & Youth Commission. 235 Lncoln Road. Miami Beach, for lull particulars. State Rep. William C Bill Lantaff formally announce candidacy for congressman : the Fourth congressional disl last Sunday. Lantaff will seek the sea: being vacated by Rep. George Smal The 36-year old Miami attorney now is a member of thi stati legislature from Group Two mg served in the 1947 and 194 • -• ssions. A resident of Florida i rs, and of this area for 21 Lantaff is the senior member : the Dade house delegation, which i n recently was voted bv the house and senate as the outstanding ,.r most effective in the legislature. In his bid for promotion to conSress, Lantaff has adopted a | gram for (1) streamlining the federal government to save the taxpayers three billion dollars year: (2) consolidation of conflicting services and functions: <3> elimination of unnecessary activities in the federal government. (4) stop deficit spending: io) balance the budget and (6) repeal exhorbitant wartime ex taxes. [it perl [ Vagabond King • thi %  .-. Ciit us, 79th Si T: easure Wednesday. Febi.. 1. it 1 •.: meed •' H.:r ild Rai • ient. Tickets .'ailing prici 3. and i v ill e alted to tl B"n ii B'I it! ans' ii 5Mrs. Leon ire Cu ti e, ti • %  ; that f thi tion will %  le B n B'rith Sej ling all day M %  Janua 23. to s ill %  •••'. .... cured ling Mrs ( ri M Hand. QMen CHICKEN SQUPSPM Utiesi than, eoe*! 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JANUARY 20. 1950 *JmislFkxicM*n PAGE ELEVEN 1 Roth., 'hen he} n "The| 'he I S „ %  "esideni i > 1947; man o[ t he Hem president) 'oastmai and mte. will oe J odman. jbuffet supper in honor of Sen. Claude Pepper was given at Tie of Mr. and Mrs. Norman R. Lyons. 1624 S.W. 17th Terr. "Pepper for Senator Club of the University of Miami." kd are (1. to r.) John Pullo. social chairman; Lyons. Miami ly; Sen. Pepper; Lenny Treister. member board of directors; 'Jacobs, registration chairman. TZ EN )UP! one 3-88 ",a\ Education im Expanded lebrew Academy has exits physical education Dr. David S. Andron, H, has announced, the supervision of Mrs. ibin. rhythm, baton twirlallied arts are offered io weekly. In addition a |gram of sports and games the direction of Norman [head of the academy athpartment. ^ion And School" im Subject lion and the School" will Subject of a discussion to at the Miami Jewish nity Center, Monday, Janf, at 8:15 p.m. participants will be Segal, executive director [Southeastern division of fcerican Jewish Congress; Iruves, Jr., attorney; Mrs. Belle. Catholic laywoman %  n the National Catholic Yomen's Association. TO THfc CULTURAL FORUM RADIO HOUR lY SATURDAY NIGHT tOM 7:30 TO 9 P.M. •ER STATION WWPB I 1450 on the Dial ed and Announced by Beth David Launches Membership Drive Congregation Beth David will launch a ten-day membership drive on Thursday, January 19, with a get-together meeting at the synagogue, S.W. 3rd Ave., between 26th and 27th Roads. Commissioner Louie Bandel heads the drive. Siyum Hatorah Final arrangements have been made for the Siyum Hatorah to be held by the First Jewish Congregation of Coral Gables on Sunday, January 29, at 7 p.m. at Beth El. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Catsman are donors of the Sefer Torah. Sanroma Concerts Jesus Maria Sanroma, world famous pianist, will appear in concert with the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra on Sunday, January 22. at 3 p.m. and Monday, January 23, at 8:30 p.m. at the Miami High School auditorium. The Puerto Rican-born pianist will play selections by Smetana, Prokofieff, Grieg, Ireland and Gershwin. LEGAL NOTICE ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^ ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THK nth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND KOR DADK COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. 129496. MARGARET EVANS. Plaintiff, vs. ALFRED JOHN EVANS. Defendant. THE STATE OF FLORIDA: T(>: ALFRED JOHN EVANS. 41 LOUGHBOROUGH PARK, LONDON S. W. 9, LONDON, ENGLAND You are hereby ordered and required to serve a copy of your answer to the Bill of i ">p1111 %  I.< 111 %  copy of which Is enclosed herewith, on the I'lalntiff's attorney, and file the original In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Oourt on or before 20 day of Feb., 19S0, otherwise the allegations of said Hill will be taken as confessed bv vou. HATED at Miami. Florida, this 13 day of Jan., 1950. E. I!. LEATIIEIt.MAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By W.M. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. KAPLAN, HIETZ AND I.ASKY and JOSEPH W. MA1.EK Solicitors for Plaintiff, 35(i Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Kla. 1/20-27 2/3-10 'etfs S T. LESTINE ECONOMIC CORPORATION (Organized 1926) Common Stock $28 per share i PROSPECTUS AND ORDER-BLANK from American Palestine Securities Co., Inc. (Member Natl. Assn. of Securities Dealers, Inc.) BBroad Street, New York WHitehall 4-5654 MB CHOICE FAMILY PLOTS In Jewish Section—Woodlawn Park Cemetery AVAILABLE NOW! Details and Information Call Cemetery Office 4-5922 News Brief The Sutton Jewelry Company, oldest jewelry firm in Dade County, is liquidating. E. D. Sutton, head of the organization, is retiring on the advice of his physician. LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE 11th JUDICIAL CIHCCIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. I.\ CHANCERY, No. 129497. MAR.IORIE ENGLE BARON, Plaintiff, vs. NICHOLAS BARON, Defendant. THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO: NICHOLAS BARON 1125 Seventh Avenue Berwick, Pennsylvania you are hereby ordered and required t.i serve a copy <.f your answer to Plaintiffs Kill of Complaint for Divorce in the above styled cause upon the attorney for the Plaintiff, and to serve your original answer u|M>n the Clerk of the Circuit Court In the above styled cause on or before the 13 day of February, 1950; otherwise the allegations in said Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed by you. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. • Circuit Court Seal I By W.M. \V. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. JOSEPH \V. MALEK Solicitor for Plaintiff 416-418 Lincoln Building Miami Reach .19, Florida. 1/20-27 2/8-10 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND KOR DADE COUNTY, FIXJRIDA. — IN PRORATE, No M6t0. In Re: ESTATE •'•OF EDITH WILLETT SURKHIK. also known as EDITH WILLETT, IDA WILLETT, and IDA WILLETT SCRKEIN. Deceased. 'To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You. and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or I either of you. may have against the estate of EDITH WILLETT BURKKI.V. deceased, late of New York County, N. Y. and Dad.Count) Florida, to the Hon. W. F. BLANTON, County Judge of Dade County, and file the same In bis office In the County Courthouse in Dade County. Florida. within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof, i Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will he barred. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Date Janunrv 13th, A.D. 1950 THEODORE .1. BAKOWITZ, As Ancillary Administrator of the Estate of EDITH WILLETT SCRKEIN. Deceased. 1/20-27 2/3-1* NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCCIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCCIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. 129585. ALLISON W. A1IERNATHY. Plaintiff, vs. MILDRED ABERNATHY, Defendant. TO: MILDRED ABEItNATHY 1414 CotMr Avenue Charlotte, North Carolina YcU are required to serve a copy of your answer to the Hill of Complaint for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney and to file the original answer In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court fin or before the 20th day of February, A. D. 19.".0; otherwise, the Hill of Complaint for Divorce heretofore filed herein will be taken as confessed by you. Dated at Miami, Florida, this the ISth day of January, 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By G. C. LEWIS, JR., Deputy Clerk. NORMAN It. LYONS, ESO.. Attorney for Plaintiff 914 Olympla Building Miami. Florida 1/20-27 2/3-111 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of National .Super Market at 5324 N. W. 17th Avenue. Miami, Klorida, intends to register saiil name with the Clerk 1 m th" Circuit Court of Dade County. Klorida. ABE GOLD Sole Owner Mil.TON A. KR1KDMAN Attorney for Applicant Seybold Bldg. I '20-27 2/8-10 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCCIT COURT OP THE 11T1I JUDICIAL CIRCCIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. 129584. ANITA C. WOODWARD. Plaintiff, vs. BERNARD WOODWARD, Defendant. TO: BERNARD WOODWARD c/o Mrs. John Woodward 4408 Livingston ltd., S.E. Washington. D, C. You are required to serve a copy of your answer to the Bill for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney and to file the original answer in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 80th day of February, A.D. 1950: Otherwise, the Bill of Complaint for Divorce heretofore filed herein will be taken as confessed by you. Dated at Miami, Klorida, this the 18th dav of January, 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Qircult Court, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By O. C. LEWIS. JR., D.-mity Clerk. NORMAN R. LYONS. ESQ. Attorney for Plaintiff 914 Olynqiia Building Miami. Slorida 1 20-27 2/3-10 NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. 129231. FIOItEN/.o JOSEPH CICCONE. Plaintiff, vs. LOUISE TERRAZZINO OICCONE, Defendant. TO: Louise Tervasslno Clccone. Defendant 40S 15th Avenue Newark, New Jersey YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to serve a copv of your Answer to the plaintiffs BUI of Complaint for Divorce, -on the plaintiff's solicitors, Turk & Newman, whose address is (2(i Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Morida. and file your original Answer in the office ..f the Clerk of the Circuit Court of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit In and for Dade County, Florida, before the 17th day of February, 1950. Dated: January 4. 1950. E B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) By G. C. LEWIS. JR.. Deputy Clerk. MILTON R. MANNHEIMER of Counsel 1/13-20-2 7 2,3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage III business under the fictitious name of REALTY APPRAISAL ASSOCIATE*; at 414 S.W. 11th Street, Miami, Fla.. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Klorida. HENRY a GRUSHKIN Sol,owner 12/30 1'6-13-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage i" business under the fictitious name of Palmland Supply Company at 3707 Wesl Flaglrr Street. Miami, Florida. intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade %  County, Florida. A. FRANK WELLENS Sole owner PALLOT TATHAM Attorneys for Applicant 1214 Congress Bldg. I 1, 13-20-27 2/8 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of SAVE-MORE AUCTION SALES at 2702 N. W. 27th Avenue, Miami. Florida. Intend to register said name { with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Klorida. ROBERT L. TEPPER B. BARE SHARGAA THEODORE .1. SAKOWITZ Attorney for Applicants 1/20-27 2/3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAMF LANIV NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that (he undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of FATHER et SON HARDWARE STORE at 1516 S. W. 3rd Avenue. Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Klorida. HARRY RUBEN ARM EN RUBEN MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Applicants 1/13-20-27 2/3-10 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned are engaged in business under the fictitious name of CORAL GABLES PICTURE FRAMING SHOP, 212 Ciralda Avenue. Coral 1 Cables, Dade County, Florida, and, [intend to register the said fictitious name in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida, that the only persons interested in said business are. as (follows: OSWALD P. DEVOS ELVIRA M. DEVOS Equal Partners EM A NI %  EI. LEVENSI IN Attorney at 1-aw 807 Blscayne Building Miami, Klorida I '8-18-20-27 NOTICE TO CREDITORS "1 IN THE COUNTY JCDGE'S coUL, IN AND KOR DADE COUNTY,' KLORIDA. — IN PRORATE No. 23356. ,J In Re: ESTATE OF JACOB BOFPER, Deceased. To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: Vou, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of Jacob Softer, deceased, late of Dade County, Klorida. to the Hon. W. K. Illanton, County Judge of Dade County, and file the sanein his office In the County Courthouse in Dade County, Klorida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the leg:,I address of the claimant and to lie sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will bo barred. See Section 120 of the 19:13 Probate Acl Date Dec. 29, AD. 1949. LENA SUFFER. As Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of Jacob Softer. Deceased. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Executrix 1 8-13-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEKEBY OIVEN that the undersigned, opsirlng to engage ill business under the fictitious name of VIDCRAFT DISTRIBUTORS OF FLORIDA at 5791 N.w. Seventh Ave., Miami, Klorida. intends to register said name with the Clerk of the, circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. BERNARD H. LEVINE NELAN SWEET Attorney for Vldcraft Distributors of Klorida 12 3 1/8-11-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GD7EN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of SUDSBAR at 1042 West Plaster Bl Miami. Kla., intend to register said name with the c|,rk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florid 1. DAVID si'DN'ow BERNARD BOPPIAN Stile Owners AMOS BENJAMIN Attorney for Applicant 12/23-30 1/6-13-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of National Bake Shop at 1266 N.W. 62nd Street, Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Klorida. JOSEPH PATANE Sole owner DONALD J. EANETT Blscayne Bldg. Attorney 1/6-13-20-27 2 'I —. NOTICE-UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Johnston's Chlc-n-fry steaks at 300! N. E. 79th Street. Miami, Klorida, In1 tend to register said name with the j I Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade 1 Oounty, Florida. AARON CHAIKEN HERBERT MKJATZ Partners MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicants Seybold Building I 13-20-27 2/3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Saymeyer Company at P. O. Address 1117 S.W. 22nd Avenue, Miami. Kla., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade poupjy fffl^K****** ,. j 5 %  MEYJ*t L' BLOCK %  rroittmi I y NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. KLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. 129345. ALMA LILLIAN PECK. Plaintiff, VS. ALBERT PECK. Defendant. TO: ALBERT PEi'K c/o Mrs. Pauline Peck 66 Mott Avenue New London, Connecticut You are required to serve a copy of your answer to the Rill of Complaint for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney and to file the original answer in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 14th day of February, A. D. 195D; otherwise, the Bill of Complaint for Divorce heretofore filed herein will be taken as confessed by vou. Dated at Miami, Klorida, this the 6th day of January, 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (Circuit Court Stall By WM. W. STOCKING, NORMAN R. LYONS Attorney for Plaintiff 91 4 Olympla Building Miami, Klorida I/B-20-27 2/8 Deputy Clerk. < NOTICE AND ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY. No. 129138 LOUIS LURoWSKY. Plaintiff. vs CBLIA LUBOWSKY. Defend int. TO: MRS CELIA LUBOWSKY s'-j Clendenny Avenue Jersev City 4. New Jersey You. CELIA Li'itowsKY". are hereby notified and ordered to appear and answer, or othei wise plead, to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce filed by LOUIS LUBOWSKY Against you in the above entitled cause, on or before the soth day of January, 1950, otherwise the allegations of said Rill will lie taken as confessed against vou. DATED this 27th day of December. 1949. at Miami, Dade County, Florida. E. B, LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) Bv WM. W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. LEO BHEINER Attorney for Plaintiff 1204-05 Pacific Building Miami 112. Florida 12 80 l 8-13-20 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCCIT COURT OP THE 11TII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND KOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY. No. 1J8649. L. c, PEELE. Plaintiff, vs. ELISABETH JINNIE ROSPIGLIOSI. Defendant. TO: ELISABETH JINNIE Ri >SPIGLIOHI. Defendant. :':;: %  I West 24th Street Sunset Island Number Three Miami Beach. Klorida YOU ARE REQUIRED to file.with the Clerk of the above named Court at Miami, Florida, on or before the 6th day of February, 1950, your written appearance to a suit brought against you, In default of which a decree pro confesso may be entered against you. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Klorida. this 27 day of December. A.D. 1949. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of said Court. (Circuit Court Seal* By R. H. RICE. JR., Deputv CUrk. 12/30 1/6-13-20 ORDER FOR PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND KOR DADE COUNTY. KLORIDA — IN CHANCERY. No. 129202 JUNE KlI'P. Plaintiff, vs. MARVIN p. KIPP. Ddrendant. YOU. MARVIN P. KIPP, 16 S .nth Hamilton Street, l'oilghkccpsi.-. N. Y., are hereby required to file your appearance in the above divorce action fin or before Kebruary 6. 1950, or a default will be entered against you. Dated December 30th. 1949. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. PEIGE, Deput) Clerk. NORMAN It. LYONS. ESQ. Attorney at Iaw 914 Olympla Rldg. Miami. Florida 1/6-13-20-27 —



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PAGE TWELVE *Je*ist fkrM&r "^AY.JANUABY1 1 ii ti n E a t t s > V C I t t I t f I C l c t f S t \ I \ I "' I < I J Michael Ratner Will Become Bar Mitzvah 22W S W 25:h S: announ. e Eir Mitzvah : their i n Mi cr Saturday January 21, a: 9 I%  %  v.d. at B r Mitzvah is a student at Shenand al Junior High Sch .: %  -"_ : the B s S< ills Faunediately following services c reception will be held A recepu : r members '. the I be held ai the S r.-e.v.: H::e:. Saturday evening Re* Congregation Organized Here A new • to M] .%  %  .-%  %  O:nc r. -' V %  up be ki %  t s first %  • I 15 Th< -._• • • %  • z an %  %  e : : : 4: N W 47:h St n IS %  • %  %  %  • : Fr:sci %  presrdeni; H. Maj MM %  A sutern d • •z i Oil : % % %  this ;... L Kaplan eni Mrs V F • presideni Mrs R. Go! treasure Mi F S ::ner. secretary Plans i %  n : ling the establishment : a Sund sch .: and Tab ud T Adc.:: -;! ini rm< ti n the ne %  -. -:taini ov s:e Sol rn r. was pi int) national organization chairman Phillips, wh served as a stall serges.-.: with the a:r corps during *• %  •' rid War II. served in the Pacific Theatre and received ter. I attle stars and :'r.7T-r pn si nti citations. He :s junior vice mander of the Norman E Bi r. Post. JWV. Mr; Solomon .; rondu tn the Norman Bruce Brown Auxiliary and is past president : the Max and Edward Black Post Brooklyn, N. Y. Tropical Lodge to Elwt Leader* £cpi L g, Bna: B tr. will elect officers for 195 i % % %  %  <" re : % %  %  nday Janu %  "• %  Kaye-M : :. -• • -.--r ngs r. .-.-.• :,: i nncunced bv A Budd Vice President Sai Kessli %  % % %  Bl port n tl • %  %  ... | MIAMI DA 5 YS ORANGE BOWL STADIUM FBI. KITE JAN. 27 THRU TWICE DAILY NO SHOW SUN. NITE TUES. NITE IAN. 31 M Mil TtMI'll | • 1 iiifi>ifiii>il ri I HE* 15..-.). KBITION Jwit.i, UTERHTHIU ITJ IF TMI CIMUJ .0.L0 HttllFICUKT III, %  TNIILUH M.ITH0.. 0. |"t, M f TICKET* 0% SALE R5wT m?"Z:' i,, T '' k MX J f lit t: Let BERNIE SAFFER Worry About Your FOOD ^tertoinment and the other 52S2 i eic ^ ior y^ Weddings. Bar Mitzvahs. Engaoements La^ Par|i#f< P^ ^ Partie8 C 11 ^" Parhes. Meetinas. Buiiets. A Cornpiete Cc:e--.i 0 Sert-rp PHONE 94573 N,a HT.,OND*VS 4 HOLIDAY, FAMOUS FOR GOOD FOOD ^ *" ^^ d d DUW CAJI HIKES : Day llaire Landi chairman, and a quiz program will follow. Music, Drama Program The Emma Lazarus Clubs oi' ter Miami will sponsor an evening of music and drama on Sunday January 22. at 8 p.m. at Miami Beach High School. Stars oi the Jewish stage and screen will appear TONIGHT! KENNEL CU Wt FUiU' St. %  FLWII MIAMI. FLORIDA iiifin LAT CO HBIimH^MHBHBBI



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IANUAHY 20. 1930 +Jeistncr*tor PAGE THIRTEEN M V Feitzmcm. Beach Dies In N. Y. Kr'as received this week ing of Paul Weitzman, ich attorney, of 5355 Drive, on Tuesday in Memorial Hospital, New York City, where he had been under-! going treatment. M r. Weitzman who was 50 years of age, had been ill since September. Services were held at the Riverside Memorial Chapel in Brooklyn, with interment at Mt. Hebron Flushing, Long Island, ition to his wife, GerWeitzman is survived %  ther, Bertha Weitzman. Walter, Sam and sister Rashkin, of New York, Iher brother, Harry, of ach. The widow will sit the heme cf her sister wartz, 14 Monroe St., t City. tzman was en the board is of the Miami Beach nber of the board of of the Greater Miami deration, past master of >dge and a member of Lodge, of the Masonic mber of B'nai B'rith, ident of the Manhattan en's Association of New d the chairman of the rganized Housing Auf Miami Beach. El To Receive ih Wednesday nation Beth El will celereceipt of a new Torah |n Wednesday, January p.m. at the synagogue. iMinrav Grauer. spiritual p the c^ntfroiatinn. will "The Sisnificane of a th." S:dn"v H. P;ilm~'\ nl the congregatior., wil' -' r "R:-lew sTdWpMte its silver ii nts we Wlp r"sen!ed to reflation hv Mrs. Minna id her sin. Labe, in of Victi i Moll. Louis honorary president of eau of Jewish Education Ik on behalf of the dinors. Golden Agers Name Sornstein Hibiscus Lodge Breaks I.round For Home At Ceremonies Wednesday Ground-breaking ceremonies for the new home of Hibiscus Lodge No. 275, Free and Accepted Masons, were held on Wednesday afternoon at the site of the future structure, Alton Road and 10th St., Miami Beach. Work on the >n Meeting Women Club No. One Beach will hold a special on Thursday, January 19. seth Israel, 1415 Euclid fction of officers will be a reprrt on the nati inal Ion given, according to ny Seitlin. president. All \s are ureed to bring retheir shkolim. *B< PSH CLASSICAL HOUR WINZ (940 on Your Dial) IERY SUNDAY >:00 Noon to 1:45 P. M. ;RY TUESDAY 6:00 to 7:00 P. M. IETY OF STARS IN THE RECORDINGS AVAILABLE LSSICAL—LITURGICAL IND FOLK MUSIC ten to our New Feature sNCING SUNDAY, JAN. 1t [ILDERS OF' ISRAEL" • tor, HAROI.D BHAVIMO /ell Known Attorney *ATIR, p.ojram Director Joseph Sornstein was elected president of the Golden Age Friendship Club of the Miami Jewish Community Center Sunday afternoon at the center. Sornstein, who served on the gr Oth P e S r X^ncZKuaolph | S£Vff& Koses, first vice president; Mrs. 1 ri a i el „ y 1 15 t 00 eg f n Thursday Anna Bear, second vice president; *"** take about a >" ear to %  Lillian Meunster, third vice | com P lete Master of Ceremonies Siegfried Geismar opened the services. The invocation was given by Rabbi Irving Lehrman and addresses were delivered by Mayor Harold Turk; H. R. Wright, district deputy grand master of the 23rd District; Frank H. Brown, past most worshipful grand master of Florida; and Sam Alpert. past worshipful master of Nor-Mi Lodge 253 of Miami. The Beach high school band was heard in several selections followed by remarks by E. Albert Pallot, past Mrs. president; Louis Weintraub, treasurer; Goldie Rosenberg social secretary; Harry Zicree, financial secretary; Rose Schlivek. recording secretary; and Bessie Mallah. corresponding secretary. Installation of officers will be held Sunday. January 29. at % p.m. at the center. Chandler Meads Fuchs Baking Co. Luther L. Chandler was named president of the Fuchs Baking Company at a meeting of the stockholders last week. Chandler, who is one of the largest vegetable growers in the state, has been a director of the company since its incorporation. He succeeds C Clemens To Star In Shrine Circus Daring Dick Clemens, foremost T. Fuchs who was recently killed *£S U *i. tnl m | the world today. in a hunting accident. < a nd hls J ungk monarchs wil Other officers elected at the meeting were Jordean P. Cash, executive vice president and general manager; Thomas J. Faust, secretary-treasurer. Rex J. Faust was admitted to the board of directors. "There will be no change in company policy," Cash said. "I have been given full charge of the management and the direction and operation of the company affairs." headline the Hamid-Morton three-wing to be presented by the Mahi Shrine Temple at the Orange Bowl Stadium Friday, January 27, through Tuesday, January 31. Also to appear are the Flying Hartzells. the Ricardos. a herd of elephants and an armv of clowns. Tickets may be purchased at the University Ticket Office. 140 S.E. 1st St., or at the stadium one hour before the performance. Seashore Horseradish FLAVOR QUALITY STRENGTH Thc Can't Be Equalled! UP Surp it's SEASHORE Made and Bottled Fresh Daily IN YOUR STORE SAME DAY! Packed in 6 Oz.. Quarts end Ga'lons "ANOTHER GREAT PRODUCT" of The Seashore Food &P:ckle Products, inc. Condiment Msnu'cClurers 343 Jefferson Ave. Miami Beach Phone 5-3457 VcNETTI'S RESTAURANT ITALIAN AMERICAN FOODS FEATURING PIZZA BEER — WINE "Specializing in" Steaks Chops Chicken Italian Dishes Plenty Parking Space I hone 45-5100 4041 N.W. 7th Street 420 1INC01N ROAD MIAMI BEACH, FLA •PHONE 5-2978 / NURSERY through 12th grade—CO-ED Ideal educational setting jituated on two acre waterfront estate. 75' swimming pool on premises. Enriched Academic Program. Music-Orama-Reereation. HIGH SCHOOL College Preparatory, Secretarial, General Courses. Graduates attend leading colleges. NURSERY-KINDERGARTEN -PLAY WITH A PURPOSE." Visit our dosses in THE LEAR SCHOOL TRAIN AND BOAT ROOM. Tourist Studtntt continue home school work. Outdoor study — indoor facilities. MOl 1010 .^SCHOOL WEST AVENUE*. MIA^rtACtf FLiK,. MMJ f worshipful %  master. Hibiscus Lodge; Ben Essen, jfcfet worshipful master. Hibiscus Lodge; Morris Rabinowitz. worshipful master. Hibiscus Lodge No. 275; and Harry Eckardt, worshipful master, Ocean Bav Lodge 180, Miami Beach. Councilman Maurice Klein and Rabbi Moshay Mann also addressed the assembly following which the Reverend F. Wylie Scott gave the benediction. The committee in charge of the eround-Hreakins services included Sol Goldstiom. chairman: Siegfried Geisman, co-chairman; Nathaniel G. Kirsch. Maurice Collegeman. Leo Eisenstein. Larry Kimmel and Joel P. Newman. "Miami's FOR BIG APPETITES > (and small budgets)... mm OH TM SOUP! One & Only JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS" Sid H. Palmer Exclusive Dealers "Rock of Aqes" Family Memorials Serving the Jewish Community Since 1932 Highest Quality! Lowest Prices! PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. 3277-79 S. W. 8th St. CLOSED SATURDAYS OPEN SUNDAYS Quicker'n we can tell it, soup's on and it's the grandest chicken soup you ever tasted! Hearty and nourishing, with that rich chicken goodness you love! Serve Manischewitz Chicken Soup lor supper, tonight then watch the • family spoon it uo and ask for more! But be sure to insist on Manischewitzl There's none finer! MANISCHEWITZ C\\\Aen Soups • WITH HOODIES • WITH KKPUCI.. • WITH MAT20 BALLS • CLEAR CHICKEN SMP •VOiw'ViMBOl-'nF-QUMJTY'' ..SOK&S MIJSIC DRAMA SUNDAY, JANUARY 22ND, AT 8 P.M. Miami Beach High School — 1420 Drexel Ave. Well Known Jewish Stars of Stage & Screen M. Fader • Malvina Itapcl Paula Kadison L. !\ or in an /.'I an evening of entertc'nment and cultural aspiratic.i Don't Mass Mt! Auspices Emma Lazarus Clubs. Miami & Miami Beach Admission 41.50 (tax included) LEONARD A. LEVINE, /"IRVING BLASBERG, / WITH DIGNITY 1 AND RESPECT %  > Ambulance Service 5-5Z44 %  I I \m 4 \. Hi %  •. ? ia 1 A. L. SIMPSON' Funeral Director -_—.-. 1850 ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH



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II I in tio m< B' at tic th St. yc w G: gr B' wth ... th P Si fe F; ch CO Sr to '? Sl< te Ti I w pc w IK "1 •, 111 in PAGE FOURTEEN JmMf&£&XL FRFDAY, ij. 'f\ c, u tl D r 1 RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY T'Fereth Israel Congregation of Miami (Orthodox). 842 N.W. 74th St. Friday evnlns service! l •"• i 1 m Saturday morning :it 9:JO a.m. All resident! in thai area are Invited to attend, Northside Jewish Center, 6231 N.W. First Cl. Sunday ichool classes every Sunday ai thtoffice uf Dr. Win. Hnros, ti5."> N.W. (2nd St. Hebrew claasea under direction • %  < Rev. Philip Pried at 6701 N.W. uh Ave on Mondays and Thursday* from t to %  '. p.m. Congregation beth Tfilah (Orthodox). 935 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. P evei mg sei i ei at 5:15, I %  bbal ill 8 p in. Saturday hioi nlng BI \ i. %  :it 8:30, 1 lui Ing the moi n %  H il.t> Rai kovky will prt-ai'l Oi la) al < p in. the rnl.l.l will apeak. Mlncha at ; 10 p.m. followed SI lah Seudoa im'-> %  ; .\laarh Mm ning ^' rvleea 'i.i II) al 7 i '• Mowed bj i-laaa in Mlaha K\ % %  j %  dull) at 5:15 followed i i..n\ und i 'u.-i -. Maarh IOIIOWH riawi will be i ondui ted bs Rabbi Rackovgky. Hebrew Academy. 918 61h St., Miami Beach. Prldn) even g aei i li es ;it 3 p.m.; Saturday morning at '.' a.m. Sol I-. al, will deliver a n on "Jewiah 1'nlij and Troubli d Itaya.' Claaaea In atudy of 51 hnn Sal ii daj ;it |, i tail) Mini ha Hall) Bible i-laaaea %  • p.m. and ifte loon sei \ ii --> at .!"> p.n .HI. I 7:"" a.m. Miami Hebrew School and Congregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Berele Kelemer. Friday evening services at 5:15. Late ida) evi %  Ing forum ;n 8:16 Rabbi \ %  II will speak .„, "What la Judai* • tlneg Shabbatl and '/ %  w. The |>u vlted. Rabbi Somon Helfgott -||| be a ii %  %  %  k< i-• .,Sntui da i %  %  I nlng .,• • M ..,• -. ,, ln followed Ii M i I,., and Maai Iv servi %  Bai Mltzval -• %  %  followed bi ., Bar %  Rkfnai S mil i) 1 ,,i a.m. Hi : ,an.-, ,,, • : p.m. I tail) -. • %  -.,• : JO a.m. Congregation Beth El (Orthodox). 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer. !•; Iday evei Ins • %  at ".:i". p.m. %  %  15 |i m Rabbi '.lauer will pieai h on "Th. I'I w. i •ray. i Mr in .1 Mi Hal n Ulnr •'ill I..hosts .ii th. itlon • aervieea nl I.i Rabli ilniuei will TI • I'oil on ..f the Week. lunioi Congregation al l" a i". Mln ha al r. p.m. followed b) Mi.,:..-. Shudoa Hiin.hu si I I lo %  I • si hool 3:30 to '' %  '.'' -.I'I! • %  .I.', p.n .i in. %  ; so and llalkin Attends IMsl IM-I Meet Gilbert J. Balkin. director, Florida Remonu! Office, Anti-Dcfamutinn League of B'nai BYith. is in Jacksonville this weekend attending the executive board meeting. Fifth District. Bnai a nth. where he will participate in the panel "B'nai BYith in Action."" He will also take part in presentation of the ADL program at the Fifth District. B'nai BYith women s executive board me. ting being held simultaneously in Jacksonville. On Tuesday Balkin addthe Louis A. C .hen Lodge in St Petersburg on the subject -Unfinished Tasks ,,f I, lV SUNRAYPARK HEALTH RESORT HOTEL-SANITARIUM FOO REST. CONVALESCENa AMI CHROMIC CUU %  •a a.w. JOT couar AKI "FI Mm | HAND SPOTTED SUPERB DRY CLEANING DRESSES 79c PLAIN TROUSERS 45c We can do ALL your Laundry & Drv a • FREE PICK UP AND D y EL & IV D E r ^ CIea -^ 3-0753 30754 1403 N. W. 7th Ct. PHONE Jewish Community Center (Conservative). 2020 Polk St., Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig: Cantor Milton Freedman. Early Friday services %  •: 10 Ute p : ,i -.rices -it vi". Ou< Rabbi Solomon Poster, Rabl ..f Temple B"nal JoHhuren, Si •> N .1 ill apeak ..ii 'The I' *' %  : A Which Judaism Revolves." Sal morning service ai 9 10 Ri will preach on tlH'eekl) HiTorah. Religious school ass< Sunday morning. Temple Isaiah (Reform). 1536 Bay Road. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moshay P. Mann. Friday evening services at 1:16. Huesl Rabbi I>r .1.,. b II K conducl Hi' service* Sei n % %  u :;: i...\l ) Pa :!> H Paul Beck ill officiate Fri %  i • | ous school meel rig .a l". North Dade Jewish Center (Conservative). 13630 W. Dixie Highway. North Miami. Friday evening services al • Saturday morning services al day school '." %  in. Temple Israel (Reform). 137 N.E. 19th St. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Rabbi Emeritus. Friday evening sei vices al v Rabbi Mosha.t I' Mann, pll ei "f Temple Isaiah, ill condui I sen • TI %  abbl Bill ailrir. rongi ••u.i ii Prayei Hi Mis. stuari i lordon aril • %  •. [hi blesyings •'•: Ihe Sabbath canille* saturda> nun ning >• vice? til l >: Kaplan will conducl th< ei and the membei s of the conl i claw will participate. Congregation Beth Jacob (Orthodox). 301-311 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Services will lip held Friday evei ng ai ,1:Jn I. .ii,Pi lila.v evi nlns •ii v:i" Tli.rabbi will xpeak mi "Th' Good Samaritan." Sal rila morning al %  guesl wpea ; %  A l >ocl ill s|ieak • % % %  Kdm at ion Junior I 'ongi %  I i" .i in directed by A. .1 Safra Mini ha it S:30 followed In Shalos %  Rubbl will apeak on the Poi: % %  the Week. Dally school from ii:::" Monday through Thurailnj ami %  -i in I" I II on S ml:l\ N. W. Religious Congregation, 3681 N. W. 2nd St. Services Saturday morning at 9:00 o'clock. Flagler-Granada Jewish Center, 175 S.W. 45th Ave. Saturday services al 9 ;< m, First Jewish Congregation of Coral Gables. 2410 Ponce de Leon Blvd. (Conservative). Friday evening services al Rabbi lui W. (loldnleln will An Oneg Shabbat will be held followirnr the services. Memo, rs and n are invited to attend Coral Gables Jewish Center (Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop; Cantor Joseph W. Malek; Steve Kessler. organist. Palermo Ave. near Le Jeune. Pi iday nlghl services %  ,• Monthly i>\ ew of the Jews ii World News followed b> Oneg Shablxit in the patio Katurdni morn T -ei-vlces al H 13 junior Vouth I Wedn. mln} nights al v. S. • Hi-oup rhursday nights al s \--. ','" •'•"'-li Arbor Day 01 January 2, Spei lal lubs In Jewish arts and crafts, music, Journalism di imal Ii -. Sundays al 11 :'.". Congregation Beth Oarid^Conservative), Coral Way and 26th Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Re*Maurice Mamches. JO Mam. hi Beth Friday svei ln f %  • %  "'" I nn ladcast over Shapiro and < antor .,..„• es insisted i.-i .1. s-ll speak H • u si Mr. and v ,. i, .1 _• • %  '' %  %  %  • %  • %  .. %  the servli %  ., • .. iMh wed ... M %  %  .. M ,.,, n r „ Irving Katner I ne Bjti %  the floral • %  :: ,i Sal I nlng m I'"' ... ,• M tIvnn Th. rabbi will ..ii Hi.! %  the % %  Student i t 10:30 a m. Hebr. o •j^, ,11 • taou ni a. Temple Emanu-El IReform), 1801 S. Andrews Ave.. Fort Lauderdale. Dr. Marius Ranson, Rabbi. I': ,i .-. evi IIS • • %  'I : li I:.. iii.iN P. Asl relel I nivi H Ihi asy, uluiis and Temple 13etn Snoiom iLiberal), 4144 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Friday %  1 1 Rabbi Ki ivlll s|ieak 'lagui Sabbath -• I" a in, The congregatioi to 9:1 II.-%  A Vloiolay til clay. Congregalion Young Israel lOrthodox), 4001 Chase Ave., Miami Beach. XeW hi Weekday Sal H a % %  Mil %  >.., on >, ;,.i Prldays Satunl XI SI • .%  %  Congregation Kneseth Israel (Orthodox). 1415 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H. Ever. I'anto guest i-.intor I i will | mil will I, %  '•'" %  %  %  i: %  •' Thi u,| p K shruth %  M Refreshments will be served following the I .'uni Saturday morning servloaaj al s:10 will l>e conducted by. Cantor! KlineBar Mltsrvah of Bernard son of I Mi and Mrs Nathan Hushman. 1573 I'eni! Ave Rabbi Ever will deliver a le. Hire on the Portion of the Week.* At 1:16 p.m. followed by Mlncha at 1:45 and Slialos Seudoa, donated by I Mrs Marlow. Xnilros and remarks by I guests. Maarlv to follow. Dally services I at 8 a m.. evening at 6:16. Daily He[ brew Scl I fxom < SO Monday through Thursda). Religions School Sunday at l" a in North Short Jewish Center i (Conservative). 916 Everglades | Concourse, Miami Beach (Aiti | Chaim Congregation). Rev. Philip Fried. Prlday evening services at 8:15 p.m. III.rabbi will speak on "The Power of Prayer." An open forum discussion an.I an i in.-.,Shabbat follows. Saturila> morning services at :0C a.m. Sunday school al l" a.m. at Itlsrayne ent-irj School. Israelite Center (General), 3346 S.W. 24th St. hall) services at 7:S0 a.m. and 5:30 p.m, Saturday morning services at 9. Miai Beach j twhh R,Jbl Irring U^l Jcob y. oSai*** F t-ate Krldav „7T Habbl I*hrm:in 'wil ]'Z I morning se.vn,., ,r *ach i ArTO.MOBll PHONE 7-9172 "SAME DEPEND* SERVICE" 1299 N.W. 36th ST. 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I JANUARY 20. 1950 +Jewisti fkridian PAGE FIFTEEN 5T. 'reel ian To Become Jewish [cation Society Executive ser Zussman, for the past three and a half years an te of the Philadelphia Allied Jewish Appeal, and a the United Stattes Army Reserve, was named executive of the Jewish Publication Society of America, succeed[Maurice Jacobs, who has been executive vice president past fourteen years, acIto an announcement made fge Louis E. Levinthal, It of the society. joili> resigned to enter his iblishing business as a (enterprise, and ni& resignof March 15. 1950. was with "regret." Mr. ZussBll assume his new office Vuary 1. lished in 1888, the Jewish lion Society of America is ly non-profit educational ktion dedicated solely to Bcation and dissemination %  try, scientific and relitrlcs. Its primary purpose >t books of Jewish interest fcs and libraries throughout Ilish-speaking world, [ussman, who was born in ;r, N. Y., is a graduate of liversity of Pennsylvania Ihe received his B.S. in \tlev graduation, he spent years in Israel where he Id the College of Humani;ho Hebrew University in em. He was also on the It staff of the Jerusalem as an instructor. returning to this country, tsman entered the field of ?rvice, and was graduated je University of PennsylSchool of Social Work in ith the degree of Master pi Service. Following gradI he was for a time on the of the Pennsylvania I of Social Work as an inMt. Sinai Ladies' Board To Meet In its first full-size meeting since the hospital opened early in December, the executive board of the Women's Auxiliary of Mt. Sinai Hospital will hold a checkup session on Friday, January 20, in the presidential mansion on the hospital grounds. Committee chairmen will report from all the volunteer services, including the gift shop, snack bar, library, nurses aide, outpatient clinic, and nurses aides as well as other auxiliary projects. Mrs. Monte Selig, Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff, and Mrs. Louis Krensky, three of the auxiliary's vice presidents, have been governing the auxiliary during the temporary leave of absence of Mrs. Max Dobrin, president.'Mrs. Selig will preside. Lesser Zussman of the war, he held the rank of major. He is now assigned as public welfare officer of the 304th Military Government Group Headquarters in the Army Reserve. Since leaving the service, Mr. Zussman has been an executive of the Philadelphia Allied Jewish Appeal with primary responsibility for agency budgeting and administration. Plan Donor Dinner Plans are being made by the Council of Pioneer Women of Greater Miami for its annual donor dinner to be held on February 12 at 12:30 p.m. at Mendelsohn's Lincoln Manor, 2 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, according to Mrs. Rosemary Gerson Kaplan, president. Mrs. Bert Goldstein, national president, will be principal speaker. Mrs. Friedman Appointed To Temple Isaiah Post Mrs. Milton Friedman was appointed chairman of the hospitality committee of the Sisterhood of Temple Isaiah at a recent meeting of the group. Serving with her will be the Mesdames George J. Bertman, Seymour Kreisler, Sam Hohauser, Gussie Goldberg, Leah Whalley, I^ee Bernstein and Ann Berry. Announcement was made of the resumption of activities of the sewing group which will meet weekly on Tuesday evenings at the Miami Beach Y. Mrs. Benjamin Silvers and Mrs. Louis Littman are co-chairmen of the group. Articles made by members of the group are sold to raise funds for the support of the religious school and members and friends are invited to participate in the activities of the group. Formation of a choral group was also reported by Mrs. Clara Mae Van Ness, president of the group. Dr. Paul Beck, Temple Isaiah cantor, will conduct the group. Additional information may be secured by calling Mrs. Morris H. Lencer. 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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
January 20, 1950

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Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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fewiislhJEIIiDiriidliiaun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
IE 23NUMBER 3
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1950
PRICE: TEN CENTS
12,000 Pledged A t Dinner\ e**fflS5ftu s A
% More Than Last Year
dinner of the Initial Gifts unit markinq the formal i Weinkle and Arthur Ungar. Sam
ig of solicitation in the 1950 Combined Jewish Appeal, Blank is chairman of the pace
in 101 pledges for a total of $512,000, it was announced setters unit-.
lay by Dan Ruskin, chairman of the campaign. The dinner
kid last Thursday night at the Westview Country Club.
pointed out that the
ltributors gave $401,410 Ungar-Abess Foundation, $10,000
making this year's giving
\2% above last year.
the outstanding con-
is announced at the din-
re the following: Samuel
J50.000; Sam Friedland,
Sam Blank, $30,500; Abe
arris Goodman, $30,000;
[Ziskind, $30,000; Moses
$25,000; Carl Weinkle,
I. L. Mintzer, $15,000;
firkin, $15,000; Benjamin
12,000; Harry Bloomberg,
Jack Dubinsky, $10,000:
jvilz, $10,000; Dan Ruskin
Jacob Sher, $10,000, and
"Nothing that has happened in
recent weeks has done so much
to encourage me as the generous
outpouring of gifts by the pros-
pects in the initial gifts and pace
setters units," said Ruskin. "The
standard of giving that has beer
set thus far makes it abundantly-
clear that the leaders of our Jew-
ish community are aware of the
grave problems confronting Israel
and of the urgent need to lend
their financial assistance to the
United Jewish Appeal and to our
agencies at home, which are
participating in the 1950 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal."
Co-chairmen of the initial gifts
unit are Jack Ablin. Samuel N.
Friedland, Jacob Sher, Carl
U.S. Should Support Israel, Edwards Says
Former IRO Chief Here To Aid Appeal
"Israel is a logical extention of. man and Herbert E. Scher.
our American democracy. We can Mrs. Sidney Weintraub, chair-
pinpoint there the best in our I man of the Speakers' Bureau, has
1,000 Sought By
:h Of Dimes
irch of Dimes drive for
to fight polio in Dade
was launched Monday
II continue until January
trs will use special shows,
iances and eveij kigmies
-raising activities.
; are urgently needed. The
junty Chapter of the Na-
Toundation for Infantile
fs has only enough money
jntil February 1. and that
to a loan made by the
body, Chairman A. J.
[said.
I March of Dimes was once
lame for our fund-raising
Jive." he continued. "But it
Ibe changed, I think, to the
1 of Dollars. With almost
million people here, we
\a\e thousands of dollars
ear to continue the work." | Combined Jewish Appeal.
"We have a conveniently cal-
loused conscience," Edwards said.
"We have passed over the human
aspect of the war, the DP camps
and that sort of thing, and have
concentrated on the rebuilding of
Germany."
Edwards spoke at a meeting of
the Hotel Unit this week. At that
time plans were made for a
"Hotel Week" to be held February
5 to 12. On Monday, February
6 a buffet supper will be held
at the Lord Tarleton Hotel. Harry
Sirkin and Joseph M. Rose are
co-chairmen of the unit. Sponsors
for the week are Mrs. Jennie
Grossinger and Al and Walter
Jacobs. Steering committee for
the week will meet Monday, Jan-
uary 23, at 4 p.m. at the Gross-
inger-Pancoast Hotel.
On Wednesday, January 25, the
and William McCarty, Mi- j special gifts unit will hold a
rings. Ike Gold is in charge dinner at the Westview Country
! Beach headquarters, l*,.j Club. The affair will be under
^gton Ave. I the chairmanship of Abe Good-
Ruskin Pleads For
Drive Volunteers
In a plea to all Jewish or-
ganizations to enroll members
as volunteers for the 1950 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal, Dan
Ruskin last week sent letters to
all organizational presidents.
"The task of the metropolitan
unit,'1 the letter read, "is to
cover some 12,000 prospects and
requires a minimum of 1,000
workers .
"The need this year is even
greater than last year, for as
you know, in addition to our
other local agencies, Mount
Sinai Hospital is now in full
operation and requires proper
financial assistance to render
adequate service to our com-
munity."
tradition. Moreover, the young
Jewish nation is a fine stable,
responsible state and deserves our
financial support far more than
such phoney democracies as
Turkey and Greece."
These are the words of Paul B.
Edwards, chief of operations for
the International Refugee Organ-
ization in the U. S. Zone in Ger-
many for three years and former
director of displaced persons for
UNRRA in the Middle East, who
is here speaking in behalf of the
kit Judge George Holt,
m chairman, said care of
rage polio case costs
Funds contributed last
fre exhausted in treatment
cases, which gave the
Sts second worst year from
standpoint.
said that more than 98
every dollar given goes
it polio. Administrative
1949 were only 1.32 pel-
's division workers are
by Mrs. Sydney Wein-
lother of a child whose
fy from polio was aided by
irch of Dimes.
hnen for their respective
pities are Mayors William
th. Miami; Harold Turk,
[Beach: W. Keith Phillips,
lables; George Frix, Miami
named four women to assist her.
Appointed were Mrs. Ralph
Kirsh, who will provide speakers
for Monday; Mrs. Edward Atlas.
Tuesday: Mrs. Morton Russack,
Thursday: Mrs. Sol Goldstein,
Friday. Mrs. Weintraub will take
over Wednesday.
Arabs Mass Armies
At Israel Border
JERUSALEM. (JTA)Israel's
Arab neighbors are concentrating
armed units along the borders of
the Jewish state, it was reported
here this week. However, this de-
velopment was not interpreted in
informed circles here as a sign of
impending renewal of hostilities.
Meanwhile, the Defense Minis-
try issued an order to all male
veterans under 49 years of age
to enlist in the Army reserve. The
same order provides for women
veterans under 34 to join the re-
serve. Lt. Col. Michael Schechter,
military commander in Jerusalem,
who released the order here, de-
clared that "the entire country
must be prepared for a state of
emergency."
Jerusalem will be the first Is-
rael city to register reserve mem-
bers in the armed forces. Veterans
under 30 will receive reserve
training for one month while
those between 30 and 49 will
be trained for two weeks.
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kown at the Initial Gifts Unit dinner held last Thursday at the Westview Country Club are
?) William D. Singer, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation; Charles Fruchtman,
visitor from Toledo. Ohio, who contributed S250.000 to the UJA in 1949: Dr. Ruth Gruber.
author, who was principal speaker; and Dan B. Ruskin, chairman of the 1950 Combined
Appeal. ........... .
FAJVCY BLOTTERS: The Damon Runyon Memorial Fund for
Cancer Research, organized three years ago by Broadway columnists
Dan Parker, Walter Winchell and Leonard Lyons, has collected
more than $3,000,000 to date. New York showman Billy Rose, in his
syndicated column "Pitching Horseshoes," points out that every
dollar of this fund has been spent for cancer research; not one cent
for salaries, administration, fund-raising or buildings. Can any
Jewish philanthropic organization or fund match this record? Motto
of the Runyon Cancer Fund founders, two of whom are Jews, is: "If
you want fancy blotters, pay for them yourself."
COMMENTARY: The 1950 budget of "Commentary," monthly
organ of the American Jewish Committee, is reported sharply
reduced to less than half of last year's $295,000. The magazine and
its editor Elliot Cohen have been under heavy fire since the publica-
tion several months ago of pornographic "Adam and Eve on Delancy
Street." Strongest criticism came from Rabbi Milton Steinberg of
Park Avenue Synagogue in New York City, whose precedent-
shattering sermon on November 18, 1949. contained scathing analysis
of "Commentary" contents for one year. Said Rabbi Steinberg: 'The
list of those who have not appeared in Commentary's columns
would coincide pretty closely with the names which would occur in a
Who's Who in America Jewish religious and cultural life."
BOBBY SOX: Despite repeated evidence of the unreliability of
opinion polls and questionnaires because of their excessively large
margins of error, "defense" agencies are still using them to measure
extent of anti-Semitism and discrimination. Most recent criticism
of polls comes from advertising executive Steuart Henderson Britt
of McCann-Erickson agency. Speaking to the American Marketing
Association on the place of polls and questionnaires in market
research programs, Britt said: "I simply want to caution all of us
against the wholesale acceptance of figures or statistics whenever
the questions could not really produce accurate information. I have
seen questions so badly designed that, no matter how many people
are interviewed, the results are worthless." Latest project of Ameri-
can Jewish Committee, jointly with Rutgers (N. J.) University will
seek cause of bubble gum and bobby sox crazes to determine how
social ideas (read anti-Semitism) of young people spread. No foolin!
GIMMICK: Publicized Anti-Defamation League-sponsored poll
on discrimination in college admissions illustrates need for caution.
The survey cites a "drastic" drop in the percentage of Jewish
students in medical and other professional schools in 1946 com-
pared with 1935, which it blamed on discrimination. Statistical
gimmick is use of percentages. Survey ignored two vital factors
which would have operated even if no discrimination existed: (1)
percentages falsify picture of true number of enrollments, which may
actually have increased though not in proportion to total admissions;
and (2) overcrowding resulting from spectacular postwar rise in
total enrollment. For example, 70 medical schools in 1949 received
88,810 applications from 29,000 students but had room ;;nd facilities
for only 5.864. Ratio of applications to openings in individual schools
is even higher, ranging from 17.8 to 1 at New York University,
which reported 2.231 applications for 125 openings, to 31.3 to 1 at
Long Island College of Medicine, which had 3.500 applicants for 112
openings. Columbia reported 2,800 applications for 120 openings, a
ratio of 23.3 to 1. Not more laws but more and larger schools would
seem to be the answer to discrimination.
KOI YISRAEL: For the thrill of a lifetime, tune your shortwave
radio to 8.9 megacycles (33.7 meters) between 1 p.m. and 4:30 p.m.,
New York time, daily except Saturday. If conditions are good and
you have a long antenna strung out in the clear, you may hear the
"Voice of Israel" broadcasting from Tel Aviv. Regular broadcasts
were begun on December 15. 1949. with a monthlv budget of about
10.000 pounds (about $28,000). One listener in Long Island. New
York, reports picking up a Yiddish newscast from "Kol Yisrael" at
3:15 p.m. followed by news in English at 3:30 p.m., and news in
Hebrew at 4 p.m., with news at dictation speed from 4:20 to 4:30
p.m. Reception was fair with moderate volume and some interfer-
ence from commercial stations. Anyone hearing "Kol Yisrael" is
urged to send a reception report to the Israeli Information Office. 11
E. 70th St., N. Y., which is eager to receive as many reports as
possible.
IVRIT: Hebrew language enthusiasts and students can practice
their knowledge by listening to the British Broadcasting Corpora-
tion's daily newscasts in Hebrew from 1:30 p.m. to 2 p.m.. New
York time, on the shortwave lrequencies of 9.58 and 12.04 mega-
cycles. Although the broadcasts are beamed to Israel, a good re-
ceiver can pick them up with ease. Best clarity is on 12.04 mc. The
"Voice of America" is also planning special programs in Hebrew
in the near future.
ADD JTA: The Executive Council of the South African Board of
Jewish Deputies at its last monthly meeting recommended that "the
question of further financial aid to the (Jewish Telegraphic)
Agency" be tabled until March. According to the "S.A. Jewish
Times" of Johannesburg, "it was hoped by then that the Agency
would have been satisfactorily reorganized. Negative decision fol-
lows plea for funds by Eleazar Lipsky, son of Zionist leader Louis
Lipsky. who made fund-raising tour of South Africa as JTA
representative.
USNA: Often hailed deservedly for providing the greatest pro-
gram in the United States for the resettlement of "refugees, the
Un-tecl Service for New Americans is never reminded of the fan-
tastic cost and extravagance of its program. For 10,000 cases handled
oetween August 1946 and April 1948 USNA spent about $20,000,000.
This sum does not include additional expenditure by local com-
munities throughout the country. Total number of Jewish refugees
admitted in any one vear under United States immigration laws is
between 20.000 and 25.000, many of whom are aided by relatives
hero. Although USNA plans to wind up its affairs beginning in
June, it is slated to receive upwards of S18.000.000 from 1950 UJA
campaign, over one-third more than previous years. (USNA and
JDC together will receive a larger share than UPA of the proceeds
of UJA campaign unless it goes over the top.)
Headline
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FRIDAY, IANUarv,
PAGE TWO
a
Between You and Me"
By BORIS SMOLAR
(Copyright, 1948. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
all activities are based on volun-
tary association of individual* for
the common welfare, they cannot
guide themselves wholly by gov-
ernmental procedures which hold
sway in our national political Ilie
On the other hand, communi-
ties try to achieve effective or-
ganization by including in
b .wining bodies represent itivi
of all the diversified religious,
ideological and other inte
groups in the community Tnus
the American Jewish community
is now develop i
munal organization, indi n
the American scene n sp ins v
the needs and asp te Ol
American Jewry.
ZIONIST AFFAIRS:
The future of the world Zionist j
movement is now being mapped,
quietly in New York by the Jew-
ish Agency Two committees,
have been set up by the agency;
in New York to prepare a pro-
gram for remolding the Zi
movement throughout the world j
These committees are also to
define the relationship between |
the Israel government and the
Jewish Agency The relation-
ship between the two is today
not entirely as some members
,:'; -.'. a! i wish it t i
be The issue will now come
under discussion before the Jew-
is:: A_<-:u". executive which will
hold its session this month in
Jerusalem ... A final dec
on it will be reached at the forth-
coming World Zionist Congress
, In prepai ation for the I
at the Congress. American Zion-
ists are now making a strong ef-
fort for a maximum sale of
. >lim in this country .
The more Shekolim sold, the more
American delegates will go to the
Congress And if there will
be any fight at the Congress, it is
expected to develop chiefly be-
tween the American and the le-
gations The Ameri-
will probably be outnum-
I by the Israelis inasmuch as
the Shekel system permits Israel
twi as many delegates as any
country for the amount of
Shekolim sold The only way
for American Zionists to have as |
many delegates as the Israelis, is,
-. fore, to sell twice as many
Shekolim as the total sold in
Israel ... It must, of course, be
nbered that the American
delegates come to the Congress
.-.. | as a solid unit but as repre-
sentatives of different groups in
Zionism ... So do the delegate:
from Israel However, thi
latter represent mostly the labor
- in the Zionist movement,
COMMUNAL ISSUES:
Tiie year has shown a great deal
(f activity among Jewish com-
munities in this country in
inization of governing
: : roadi repre-
si nti tion Detroit, Di
n fill*. Hai tford, Hi >u
Elmira have made {nil -
tl i tiori
. Thus the talk
in X- w \ irk about the necessity
for al zing" .! wish feri-
" ns. well funds and
mui it the
. ... :'.. akinji
pen door The truth of
thi matter is that these centra!
J' ''. nmunity lies are
.... mselves now ting a 1
I :. :n which I draw their
ip Thi v r< alize that
: tant aspect of any cen-
nil ly is that i
of the
nunity wh i h it .- si .
. And they are aware of the
fact that the general community
must have the greatest d
e in the selection of the lead-
ership of that body The ques-
tion of what constitutes demo-
crat. ected leadership is
now a favorable topic of discus-
si. n in community gatherings .
The answer has not as yet been
and ... On one hand communi-
come to recognize that
;n Jewish community life, where
>lalek Removes
Offices To Reach
AMOSG LITERATI:
The first Ami rican J. ..
thor to hav
into Japanese :; Mrs, Lucy R
L ing The Macmillan Publ -
ing Company, which last yi ar
published Mrs. Lang' "T i-
m : .-. i- Bi autiful." ann i
that it has mi
for publication of Japanese edi-
tion of the volume ... It will be
[ht out by the Hokusi
Press in Tokyo Mrs. Lang is
the wife of Harry Lang. Sui
editor of the Jewish Daily For-
ward Her book, which
to a very meat extent with J.
life in this countrv and in Ru
evoked much praise when it ap-
peared last year ... It cani<
preface by William Green, pn
dent of the American Feder:
of Labor, and chapters of it havi
been broadcast by the "Voice of:
America" to many countries .
And speaking of women autl
we hear from all sides compli-
ments for Leah W. Leonard in
connection with her book "J.
Cookery." just published by
Crown Publishing ... I am n.-
expert on cooking, but those wit
are. tell me that her 500-pagi
volume is the best ever pub!.
on Jewish culinary art ... It
contains recipes for hundn
Jewish dishes, including thi -
,.,.,. ..
holidays and family cell I
. These recipes have all been
v in the light
of modern techniques for food
preparation Incidentally. Mrs.
L-.- onai d is the wife i I Oscar
Leonard, author of "Ami i
All" and lecturer for 1
Fund An ithi n i
an author who published a I
week is S I
stein Her little
"Molly ,.:i I l Sal ; ath Q u
will be read with di I ghl
rican Jewish it
utifullj .....strated by Anne
- Folsom and the pride I
by Behrman House in annoui
its public.:-, n is i tified
Literature Series
Nears Wind-Up
The last two in a series of
lectures on "Modern Jewish Lit-
erature" will begin on Monday.
January 23. at 8:30 p.m. at the
Adult Institute of Jewish Studies.
These lectures will include
Contemporary Hebrew Writ-
ings" and "Anglo-Jewish Litera-
uv and will be given by Fred
. "itz and Rabbi Morris Skop,
5* Yiddish, American
Jewish History are among the
other subjects offered.
The institute meets Monday
nights at the Beth El Synagogue,
500 S.W. 17th Ave.. and is spon-
sored by the Bureau of Jewish
Education .Beth El Beth David
and the Miami Jewish Community
Center. .
Further inlormation regarding
courses may be obtained by
calling the Bureau of Jewish Ed-
% at 3-5858 or 9-0489.
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mi While at the
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the Hillel Hi I
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irea.
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PAGE THREE
WU Say...
^and years ago saw the Mohammedan world
Uigent, more civilized, and more progressive
stian Europe. A high culture flowered forth
jnder the Moors and in the Baghdad of the
n the tolerant, refined atmosphere of early
vs enjoyed a freedom they were not to find
an lands until the 19th century.
id Fall
le Mohammedans declined, their virtues
led, their brilliant civilization decayed. To-
[Moslem world presents a dreary prospect
nee, of superstition, of general decadence,
jerican troops landed in North Africa, they
je disease-ridden, filthy Arabs and named
hoks." To the G.I.'s these semi-savages ap-
ke the Indians looked to their forefathers
y landed on American shores in the 17th
islems publicized their slump when ten years
feawdust Caesar, Benito Mussolini became
lector. Now the role is being taken over by
Spanish tyrant, the Fuehrer Franco. This
no concern of ours, except that almost a
ews are trapped in the vast territory, from
to the Malay archipelago. The Moslems are,
conscious of their come down. It is there-
Bsary for them to bolster their morale by
uperior to somebody. Consequently, they
mselves up by trying to degrade the small
[of Jews in their midst.
(Southerner is familiar with this form of
|ical compensation. In the South, the worst
Negroes are not found among educated
they have no need of such self assurance,
(her hand, the D.P. sharecroppers of Tobacco
play the fiercest hatred toward black people,
toward the educated ones. This is quite
le to any student of psychology.
Decay In The Moslem World
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
Fanaticism
This inner sense of inferiority betrays itself
especially in benighted Yemen. There, the barbarous
Arabs do not permit Jews to live in the second storey
of a house lest they look down on a Bedouin riding
a burro, followed by his four wives on foot. This
merely reveals a sneaking suspicion of their own
shabbiness. They forbid Jews to ride on donkeys;
for the Jew would then be higher on the street than
the faithful "Gook." In Morocco, the superiority of
the degraded Fellahin to Jews and Christians is
fostered artificially. If any unbeliever stands on the
street, the spot is swept clean lest the worm-eaten
Arab be cdhtaminated by the Jewish or Christian
infidel.
All this was bad enough in normal times. But the
entire Moslem population of 250,000,000 were angered
and humiliated by the Arab defeat in the recent
Jewish war. Their dry-rot incapacity was clearly
demonstrated by the inability of 40,000,000 Arabs
to stand up against a half million Israelis. This was
an additional affront to Moslem pride, already at a
pretty low ebb. Only the functioning of the United
Nations, containing Mohammedan member states,
prevented a general massacre of Jews in all Islamic
lands.
George Weller
We therefore read with disgust in the Miami Herald
the news dispatches of correspondent George Weller.
This writer is evidently bedeviled by the hate
neurosis that can blind a normally intelligent person.
He writes with ill concealed chagrin about the
Yemenite Jews flying to Israel on the magic carpet
route. Commenting on the exodus of Jews from
Tripoli, he insinuates that coercion is practiced by
American Jewry on their co-religionists, who would
prefer to remain in degradation. Mr. Weller evi-
dently ignores the recent pogroms in North Africa.
Nor has he learned from the bar flies that the
normal Mohammedan fanaticism has been strongly
spiked by the combined brew of Fascist propaganda
and Goebbels' poison, which boiled over before their
joint defeat at El Alimain.
Bigotry
The noted commentator Lowell Thomas recently
visiting mountainous Tibet was able to broadcast
from a Buddhist Monastary tucked away in that
ceiling of the world. Yet if he showed his face in
Mecca, he would be torn to pieces for daring to
desecrate the city declared holy by the illiterate
camel driver, Mohammed. Thus iuO.OOO Jews are in
peril in that series of dust bowls known as Iraq,
the famed Messopotamian valley between the
Euphrates and the Tigres, now fit only for desert
Arabs. In Iran, remembered in romance and history
as Persia, many Jews are living under a Marrano
disguise; they pretend Islam in public, and practice
Judaism in secret. About 8000 Jews are trying
desperately to reach Israel from Afghanistan, a
savage land bordering India near the highest moun-
tain range in the world. It is strange how darkness
descends on any place where the Mohammedan
religion takes root.
Emigration Is Essential
It is therefore inevitable that all Jews in Moslem
lands, who desire to migrate to Israel, should obtain
all possible aid. The success of the 1950 U.J.A. Cam-
paign will test the vision of American Jewry. It was
not difficult to understand the plight of European
Jews, with whom there was close kinship and direct
communication. Besides, the isolated Oriental Jews
are not experiencing the agonies of death trains or gas
chambers. But here imagination is required. Violent
death ends all suffering and confers a halo of
martyrdom. A worse fate is the slow degradation
which corrodes the soul and breaks the spirit. That
all Jews must be saved from such a fate should
be born in mind by everyone who makes a con-
tribution to the Federation.
la Established As Separate Region
idassah; Mrs. Grossman Is President
thirteenth annual con-
fcf the Southeastern Re-
IHadassah, held in Sa-
iGa., on January 8, 9
lorida was established as
region. This was crys-
the suggestion of the
' Hadassah Organization
^e because Florida, with
liters and 4,500 members,
lany chapters with as
lembership as the bal-
the region including
and South Carolina.
lurry Grossman, Miami,
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officers are Mrs. Herman Klaus-
ner, Jacksonville, Mrs. Albert J.
Morrell, Orlando, and Mrs. Max
Perlman, Tampa, vice presidents;
Miss Lillian Goodman, Miami
Beach, Business and Professional
groups vice president; Mrs. Sam
Segal, Haines City, recording sec-
retary; Mrs. Barney Weinkle,
Miami Beach, treasurer; Mrs.
Sidney Lefcourt, Miami, corre-
sponding secretary; Mrs. Carl
Brukenfeld, West Palm Beach,
parliamentarian; Mrs. Hyman
Katz, Jacksonville, auditor.
Local board members include
Mrs. Sol Leslie, Mrs. Abe Good-
man, Mrs. Milton Sirkin, Miami
Beach, president, Greater Miami
Chapter board; Mrs. Alexander
Kogan, president, Miami Beach
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ident, Miami Group; Mrs. Louis
Gidney, president, Deborah
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Isabel S. Altholz, president, Hen-
rietta Szold Group; Mrs. Bernard
Stevens, president, Menorah
Group; Miss Rosalyn Klein, pres-
ident, Miami B & P Group.
Local delegates to the Savannah
convention were Mrs. J. J. Brief-
er, Hollywood; Mrs. Abe Good-
man, Mrs. Milton Sirkin and Mrs.
Alfred Mamlet, Miami Beach;
Mrs. Jasper Cromer, Mrs. Irwin
Weinstein, Mrs. M. Feingold and
Winchell iiltts Local Agencies
The Jewish Social Service
Bureau was one of four local
agencies which received a gift of
one thousand dollars from noted
news columnist, Walter Winchell.
Others gifted were the Protestant
Service Bureau, the Catholic
Charities Bureau and the Negro
Service Council.
In thanking the newspaper
man for the gift, Charles Cohen,
executive director of the Jewish
Social Service Bureau, wrote:
'Mere words cannot begin to de-
scribe how much this gift will
mean to the many families and
individuals whom we serve. Com-
ing at this particular time, your
gift has very special significance
to us at a moment when we are
experiencing the most severe kind
of financial difficulties. Your gift
will make it possible to continue
to provide financial assistance to
some of those whom we could
not otherwise serve for no other
reason but lack of funds."
Mrs. Murry Grossman
Mrs. Murry Grossman, Miami.
The first Florida region confer-
ence will be held in Jacksonville
in January, 1951. This will be a
joint conference with the South-
eastern region.
Casting Time Changed
Castings and rehearsals for the
weekly productions of the Miami
Jewish Community Center's Radio
Rooftop Theater shows, broadcast
each Sunday at 5:15 p.m., over
station WVCG, have been
changed from Sunday evenings to
Sunday mornings at 11 a.m., at
the Gables radio station
Next Sunday's show is entitled
"What's In A Name?" by Sidney
Vincent.
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FRIDAY, JANUAay

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EDITORIAL
The Hebrew I nirersity
Proiesso: Selig Brodetsky, successor :o the late
Dr. J. L. Magnus as president of the Hebrew-
University of Jerusalem, is in America now to
familicrize us with the procrram. activities end
achievements of that great institution of learning.
The recent war in Palestine has brought ex-
panded creas for the Israelis. But, oddly enough.
in the matter of the Hebrew University, its physical
grounds were circumscribed. It is King Abdullah
who commands the beautiful site of Ml. Scopus
on v/hich the original edifice of the Hebrew
University stand?. However, thouqh the University-
is depr.ved now of its original site, it is still
carry.r.g on, in fact more vigorously than ever.
The University counts cr. enrollment of over i,?00,
bu! it :s a dispersed university, with different
schools functioning ir. differer.t part" cf Jerusalem.
Dr. Brodetsky hopes that by the sprinc c: ii-ST
the University will be back at its old site, in time
to ceiecrcte ;:s twenty-fifth anniversary. He can
be assurer! he :s r.ot c!:r.e in those hopes.
Dr. Brodetsky in c recar.! speech in New York
proper;-, emphasized the fact that a primary
function of a university is to set the ethical tone
of the ccuntry. His comparison with the function
of th*- rr.cier.t Hebrew prophets in this respect
is net e-.zaz~:~:ed. Today, we havp no prophets
as such. Perhaps the r.earest approach is that of
a university. The Hebrew University has gathered
ir its f:ld? rrreat teachers of Judaism as well as
men like Klausner who have done fundamental
work ir. the research in early Christianity and it
has gcthered men learned in Arab lore. It is
Mareh Ot Dime*
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THE MARCH OF DIMES.
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"THEY NEED YOUR HELP"
devoted to finding tr-d teachina the truth and
promoting harmony among men. Such an institu-
tion has strong claims oi all of us.
Your generosity has helped little Cr
fight back against Polio, TO WALK h
New The March of Dimes needs your heta
again.
The March of Dimes Drive started JanucJ
end runs until January 31.
More money than ever before must b i
this year by The March of Dimes- AND
BECAUSE THE NEED IS GREATER THAN]
The polio ward of the Dade County Chm
National Foundation for Infantile Parclvsj?
100 guest patten's during 1949 second Jim
tcta! :n history. Eighty have been returned
Only one passed on.
In the United States there were 42,;c;
casci in 1949 compared with 26.CC2 the ere
year.
Dade County's goal is S200.000 to continue!
battle ccainst polio. The nat.onal oadl
S4CCCD.000twie the sum asked for last
That's how great the need is for funds.
Dade County has received S88.000 this
from the National Foundation for Inia
Paralysis. We sent them less than that-
replace it!
Smothers Seeks
Senate Seat
Group Forming To Buy
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Thursday. .January 19. at 8
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JANUARY 20. 1950
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PAGE'FIVE
fer To Honor Leon Kaplan At Dinner,
f-Elected Officers To Be Installed
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Leon Kaplan
|ers of the Jewish corn-
will pay tribute to Leon
i. past president of the Mi-
irish Community Center, at
er to be tendered him by
iter on Sunday, January
p.m. at the Mendelsohn's
Manor,
llight of the affair will be
Vmal installation of center
Kaplan will install the
newly elected officers who in-
clude Max R. Silver, president;
Ben Essen, first vice president;
Sam Seitlin, second vice presi-
dent; Paul Sobel, third vice presi-
dent Mrs. Leo Sheiner. secretary;
Leo Ackerman, treasurer.
Board members are Jack Apte,
Abe Cutler, Leon Kaplan, Fred
Grossberg, Samuel Kessler. Mrs.
Edward Levine. Mannv Lubel,
Sidney Palmer. David Rabinowitz,
Prank C. Rose, Mariin HuHm-
stein, Irving Saal, Theodore
Sakowitz, Leo Sheiner, tied
Shochet and Eugene J. Weiss.
Weiss Elected
Bank Director
Milton Weiss, member of the
Dade County School Board, was
elected a director of the Industrial
Savings Bank at its annual stock-
holders meeting Tuesday.
All officers of the bank were
re-elected. Baron de Hirsch Meyer
is chairman of the board of di-
rectors; Leonard L. Abess, presi-
dent; Roy Perry executive vice
president; Michael J. Franco, vice
president and cashier.
Other board members include
W. George Kennedy, J. N. Morris,
Sam R. Becker.
Max Silver
GOOD NAME
(more to be treasured
jORDON
)LIZES EVERY-
IING A GOOD NAME
IMPLIES
[ For 25 yean the name
5RDON hat been M-
ciated with service to
Ireater Miami Jewish
causes.
your time of need let
help you as we have
ne for other grateful
families.
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"One Of Us" To Be Aired
A courageous minister risks his
well being to uphold the credo
that all men are children of God,
in "One of Us," the latest episode
in the "Lest We ForgetThe
American Dream" series to be
heard Saturday, January 21. at
5 p.m. over radio station WVCG,
Coral Gables.
Berry Kroeger stars as the
fighting minister.
Participants in the fifteen min-
ute live panel discussin to follow
immediately will be: William L.
Pallot, Miami attorney, who will
serve as moderator; Rabbi Morris
A. Skop, Coral Gables Jewish
Center, and Reverend F. H. Buch-
holtz. Coral Way Presbyterian
Church.
Dr. Morton Robbins
Zionist Unit To
Hear Dr. Robbins
Dr. Morton Robbins, chairman
of the American Zionist Youth
Commission, will address the
members of the Miami Beach
Zionist District at Temple Beth
Sholom on Thursday. January 26.
at 8:15 p.m., according to Alfred
Stone, president.
Dr. Robbins, who recently re-
turned from a trip to Israel, will
speak on recent trends and de-
velopment in the Jewish state.
The founder and honorary
president of the New Hampshire
Zionist Federation. Camp Young
1 Judaea in Amherst, New Hamp-
I shire, he is honorary president of
j the New England Zionist Region.
! He is also a member of the na-
tional executive of the ZOA.
UPA, ZOA Inner Committee and
vice president of the national ad-
ministrative committee of the
ZOA.
The Young Judaea Group choir
will sing Hebrew songs.
Chairman of the program com-
mittee is Melvin Richardson. As-
sisting him are Leonard Glasser,
arrangements; Cantor Samuel
Kelemer, Israel music and art;
Arnold I. Scher, Murray Good-
man and S. A. Goodman.
I OS. L. PLUMMER
Funeral Director
Gables Unit Form
Choral Group
The First Jewish Congregation
of Coral Gables will organize a
children's choral group on Tues-
day at 7:30 p.m. at its center, 2410
Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Pierre Mande, violinist and
choral leader, will serve as di-
rector of the unit, which will
specialize in modern Palestinian
and Hebrew ritual melodies.
Registration will be held at the
center on Sunday at 11 a.m.,
Monday at 8 p.m. and Tuesday at
7:30 p.m.
Chorus To Perform
The Lions Club will sponsor a
performance by the Don Cossack
Choir, world famous Russian
chorus, on Saturday. January 21.
at 8:15 p.m. at the White Temple.
Proceeds will go to the Light
House of the Blind.
Tickets are on sale at Byron's
Red Cross or may be purchased
Irom any member of the Lions
Club.
Sisterhood To Meet
The Sisterhood of the Miami
Hebrew School and Congregation
will meet Tuesday, January 24, at
1 p.m. at the school building.
Mrs. Simon April is in charge of
the program.
ONE NITE ONLY
Richard Tucker
METROPOLITAN OPERA TENOR
JOSEPH SCHREIBMAN
WELL-KNOWN PIANIST
Former Teacher at Temple
University in Philadelphia
ANNOUNCES
That he is now available for
teaching appointments at his
studio, 34 W. Flagler Street, or
at your home by arrangement.
Also available to play the
organ at wedding ceremonies.
May be contacted at
FLEETWOOD HOTEL
Telephone 5-4715
Miami Zionists
To Seat Leaders
A new film, a young singer and
a formal, installation -.ceremony
will highlight the program of the
Miami Zionist District on Thurs-
day, January 26, at 8:15 p.m. at
Bethljp.
All subsequent meetings of the
group, will be held at th- same
locatidh, the new hoard of di-
rectors has announced.
Officers to be installed by
Rabbi Murray Grauer, include
Herman Siegal, president; Hairy
Gordon, first vice ^resident: San-
ford Sweidlir., second vice presi-
dent; Sidney Segal!, chairman of
the board; Abraham Kasow.
treasurer; Simon Seidon, record-
ing secretary; and Ted Nelson,
financial secretary. Also to be
installed are 35 directors.
A film. "Day of Deliverance,"
will be presented and Sarah
Brameister, will sing. She will be
accompanied at the piano by Mrs.
Lillian Nelson.
FFESftALWAYS
Gables Ladies
To Give Party
The Sisterhood of me Coral
Gables Jewish Center will hold a
card party on Saturday, January
21. at 8 p.m. at the center, 320
Palermo Ave.
Chairman of the event is Mrs.
Sidney Richman, who will be as-
sisted by the Mesdames Sam
Jacobson, Al Rader, Ted Wayne.
Edward Miller and Sam Schul-
fand.
The organization will hold a
short business meeting on Mon-
day, January 23, at 8 p.m. at the
center. Mrs. Cora Friedman has
arranged a symposium on Jewish
customs and ceremonies.
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The Only Community-Wide Kaihrulh Association. Partici-
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forms the public that:
1. Only Meat Markets with the sign of the GMVH n 1 D 2
displayed are supervised and endorsed by the Vaad;
2. Only Chickens with the ring of the GMVH n l B 3
are supervised and endorsed by the Vaad;
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FRIDAY, JANT!dy
PAGE SIX
Securities Company
Founder Visits Here
A f:rst-time visitor in Miami
Beach is Abraham H. Sakier. of
New York, founder and president
of the American Palestine Securi-
ties Company, me first Vail
Street brokerage firm dealing ex-
clusivelv in stocks and bonds
based on the State of Israel, in-
cluding the securities of Ameri-
can companies like the famed
Palt-:.-. Economic Corporation
(PEC i and the American
Palestine Trading Corporation
(AMPAL).
"Most Americans do not know
that there has been a Stock Ex-
change in Israel for more than
15 years, on which the stocks and
bonds of a variety of financial.
industrial and public utilities
C( mpany hfiVe been listed Sakier
explained. "What is more, the
record of these securities is a very
impressive onefor all of these
15 years, not a single bond has
< vi r fa'led to pay its interest in
full and on time, nor has a single
preferred stock ever tailed to pay
its dividendwith one exception
only. This record is unmatched
anywhere in the world, and it
should be a source of pride to all
of us who want to see Israel de-
velop its economy on a business
basis. Israel is good business; its
people are honorable, brave and
resourceful: and the new state
represents the last frontier for
the :nvestment of Jewish capital
"Dozens of formerly wealthy
European Jewish families are now
living on the investments which
they made in Palestine years ago
without any expectation that they
would ever receive any return
from them." the visitor continued.
"Among such families are the
freat Zlatopolskys. the former
sugar kings of Russia.
"By investing in the stocks and
bonds based on Israel. Americans
make it possible for industries to
get raw materials and modern
machinery: for financial institu-
tions to make business and build-
.r.(. loans: for public utilities to
extend their services. At the same
time, they receive a moderate re-
turn on their capital. The names
of Koor. Rassco. Mekoroth. Bibur.
Nirall unknown in America to-
day, will. I believe, become house-
h :ri words before long, for these
are the names of some of Israel's
' Idest and most successful enter-
prises."
Sakier. who is the son of an
early Palestine pioneer farmer,
has been active in Jewish life
since 1920. when he went to
Poland as a member of the JDC's
unit No. 1. and to the Balkans.
He was a member of the first
group of large-scale fund-raisers
wno. in 1924. travelled the coun-
try for the Palestine Foundation
Fund, and organized his companv
:n 1938. In 1941. he went to
Portugal where, as assistant to
the director of HIAS in Lisbon,
he aided the evacuation of refu-
gees from a'l over Europe. He
expects to be in Miami for three
weeks.
Service Group
Is Reorganized
The Miami and Miami Beacri
Serve-a-C rrunittee ol fh(
en's Organizations' Divis r
the N '
B ard (JWB .has
ated. according to word rec
here from Mrs All
rach. New V
manof JWBV W men's Divm
Mrs. Is' Kaplan I
Beach and Mrs Sylvia Chi tk
lofMiam
i and co- espective-
ly, : thi I Serve-a-i
tee. i ni n 40 sp n-
- i by JWB th ..-:
country
Seive-a->- immitti I rst es-
tablished during World Wi
constitute the
h groups of local J<
i womi n' : ganizati ns
I ganized to send monthly
tnents of small morale-bv.
'items to a military instal ati n
veterans hospital ;<: a d:stance
from the community.
Reactivated largely through the
i efforts of Gus Jacobson. ex-
; tive director of the Miami Beach
YM-YWHA. and Mrs. Louis
. Glasser. president of the Con-
ference of Jewish Women's Or-
ganizations of Dade County, the
local Serve-a-Committee has
adopted the Eglin Air Force Base.
Valparaiso. Fla.. and plans to send
regular shipments of comfort and
recreational items to that installa-
tion. Checklist indicating the
articles needed at that base will
be prepared by Leon Goldberg,
director of the Gulf Area USO-
JWB office, in cooperation with
the special services officer at
Eglin.__________________________
Wanted: Volunteers
With the 1950 Combined Jew-
ish Appeal actively underway, the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
is in need of additional volunteer
help, according to Mrs. William
Capland, chairman of the Volun-
teers Committee.
Wanted are typists, steno-
graphers, filing clerks and proof
readers. "The campaign can also
make use of a commercial artist
and a volunteer photographer."
she stated. Interested persons an
asked to communicate with Mrs.
Capland.
Music Session
A -e.-orded %ers;on of the fust
. ... .. -Don Giovanni
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t the Miami
>January -:
;, p.m Jo. M ney w.11
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Stadlan To Speak
j z Si dlanwill sp.aK on rni
ahsmJ sei Si el" at
Histadruth
LT, Sunday. Jan-
t th Spinoza
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Jacobson On Program
i. s R :- ': ,uUve
B'nai B'rith Coun-
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. Dr Kurt Sing. '" ">
. program
, 2m. at 9:30 on
station WKA1.
EInzwHg WHI
Review Book
The enforced uprooting and re-
sulting wanderings of the Jews
in the Soviet Union during the
war vears 1940-44 will be the
subject of a lecture by Israel
Elenzweig on Sunday. January
22 at 8 p.m. at the Workmen's
Circle Lvceum. 25 Washington
Ave., Miami Beach. The lecture
Is- under the auspices of Work-
man's Circle Branch 692.
Elenzweig. teacher in the Work-
men s Circle schools, will review
ihe recently published book by
M. Grossman. "In the Land of the
Bewitched Djugashvili."
Sports Stars At fcJ
The Sports Safari c '
such sports greats as &.
Joe Ross and Ruby G-it/t
peared at Pratt GeneraSK
Coral Gables, |as, **W
the auspices of the B'l J
according to an announce J
Leo Steinman. B'nai frS
pital chairman. Br*l
The Sorrento Hotel D~J
number of baseball P^
pong balls which the ckJ
autographed for the pa Jj
Monte Carlo Nttm
Staled For Jan. 21
A M mte Carlo Night" will be
! sponsored by the Emma Lazarus
1 Chapt'-r. Business and Profes-
..: Women of B'na: B'rith. Sat-
iay. January 21. at 8 p.m. at
jthe town and Beach Club. Lin-
coln Road. Miami Beach.
Proceeds will be used for the
i purchase of a public address sys-
tem to be ] sented to the Pratt
Veterans' Hospital, according to
Edyth Fleischer, fund-raising
chairman.
Working on arrangements for
'the affair are Irene Sklar. Flor-
ence Morduchay, Mollie Breskin,
Ethel Pont. Carol Tciger and Mrs.
| Herbert Schwartz
1 Rabbi Moshay Mann will ad-
dress the members of the Emma
Lazarus Chapter. Business and
Professional Women. B'nai B'rith.
at their meeting on Tuesday.
January 24. at 8:15 p.m. at the
Betsy Ross Hotel. 15th and Ocean
Blvd., Miami Beach.
Evelyn Miller is program chair-
man. Assisting her are Irene
Sklar and Deanna Abrashkin.
President Dorothy Rader will
outline plans for projects to be
undertaken by the group in 1950.
Ilillel Chapter
Seal* Leaders
Flora Seltman was installed as
president of the Hillel Chapter of
B'nai B'rith Girls on Sunday
afternoon at the Miamian Hotel.
Other officers inducted at the
ceremonies were Renee Pearl.
vice president: Irma Plotkin.
recording secretary; Francine
Goodman, corresponding secre-
tary: Esther Millstone, treasurer;
Joan Morris, parliamentarian and
historian: Barbara Levy, report-
er; Bobbie Avock and Lee Weid-
berg. board members.
Mrs. W. Hechler served as in-
stalling officer and Mrs. Arnold
Lewis and Mrs. Oberfest. advisers,
were present.
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To Highlight \orih Shore Meeting
Comedian Jack --
Benny and
Frank Goldman, international
president of B'nai B'rith. will be
heard in a transcribed program
at the next meeting of the North
Shore Lodge and Women's Chap-
ter of B'nai B'rith on Mondav
January 23. at 8:15 p.m.. at Tem-
ple Beth Sholom.
The recording was made on the
106th anniversary of B'nai B'rith.
when Jack Bennv was awarded
a service citation by the organ-
ization in ceremonies broadcast
County Schools
Receive State Aid
cA?;,ioutiorl of more than S3.-
500.000 of state monev to countv :
schools was made Saturdav by
1 Ptroller C. M. Gay as the first
19o0 remittance under Florida's
present state-aid program.
Dade County's total for four
purposes amonted to $403 105
This included S314.573 for teach-
er s salaries. S5.992 for transpo. ta-
Uon. S3o.3i4 for other current ex-
Pfcnses and $47,166 for capital
The release of funds to the
counties is figured bv state ed-
ucation officials according to the
tormula established in the 194"
school law and amended by the
1949 legislature.
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[Point Plan For Democratization
Of Germany Set Forth By Greenstein
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ence Of Vicious Nationalism"
g on his experiences as advisor on Jewish affairs
ing generals and United States High Commissioners
and Austria, Harry Greenstein, in an address last
fore a luncheon meeting of the American Jewish
New York Chapter, proposed the following four-
ifor the democratiza-
mto the ears of the old and the
young, it had become a national
fetish whose validity few people
questioned, and fewer had the
courage to challenge. It will take
at least as much time and effort
to destroy the virus of hate as it
took the Nazis to implant it in
the hearts of the German people.
It will be a long and uphill fight
to which all the liberal and en-
lightened elements, in and out of
Germany, will have to apply
themselves if any perceptible dent
is to be made in meeting this
problem."
Mr. Greenstein, who is execu-
tive director of the JJewish Wel-
fare Fund of Baltimore, served
as advisor on Jewish affairs to
commanding generals and United
States High Commissioners in
Germany and Austria from Feb-
ruary to November, 1949. He was
formerly director of welfare for
MUSIC
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Germany which, he
indispensable to that
krticipation in a union
kratic West:"
uperative that the oe-
awers recognize in
the rejection of
and the unmistakable
resurgence of German
in its most vicious
iperative that those
^ith authority in Ger-
ever vigilant against
of anti-Semitism
ley deal with it in
militant fashion,
imperative that the
^rved by the authori-
Jccupation Statute be
as to guide the press
ledia of communica-
ting about a genuine
of the German
le long-range point of
the utmost import-
slop a positive, demo-
ram which will reach
governmental circles,
|urch, the family, the
into the daily lives
lan people.
no single cure for
im." said Mr. Green-
I is true of any country
I disease thrives. It is
)f Germany, where,
[by law and dinned
nsic
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n"s Council
t Jan. 26
ropolitan Council of
Women will meet on
auary 26, at 1 p.m.
e Club Hotel, Collins
St.. Miami Beach,
honor will be Mrs.
an, vice president of
buncil of B'nai B'lith
d national chairman of
|Monsky Foundation,
[from the national con-
jB'nai B'rith Youth Or-
will be given by Miss
is.
756 OR MS
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Baer To Speak
Baer of Washington,
ional director of the
Youth Organizations,
ss leaders in youth-
a meeting Thursday,
at 9 p.m. at Mendel-
urant, 2 Lincoln Road,
ch.
Miami Youth Director
is and National Youth
er Milton A. Fried-
eet with Dr. Baer to
s for the expansion
programs throughout
ida.
Polio Benefit Planned
By Gables Groups
A variety show and dance will
be held at the Coral Gables Jew-
ish Center, 320 Palermo Ave., on
Saturday night, January 28,
under the auspices of the center
and the Coral Gables B'nai B'rith.
Proceeds will go to the Polio
Foundation.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bargteil,
whose son was stricken with the
disease last year, are in charge
of the affair.
The Bargteils, whose son is now
walking because of the P9lio
Foundation, have dedicated them-
selves to raising as much money
for the March of Dimes as
possible.
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Yugoslavia, and in 1948 made a
special study of Jewish displaced
persons in Germany and Austria.
Ben Gurion Unit
To Seat Leaders
Dr. Harry H. Queen will be in-
stalled as president of the Ben
Gurion Branch of the Jewish
National Workers Alliance on
Saturday, January 21, at 8:15 p.m.
at Beth El.
Others to be seated are Louis
Beers, vice president: Max Beck-
owitz, treasurer: Ida Zabarsky,
financial secretary; A. Lorris,
recording secretary; Dr. Kutzen,
cultural chairman; I. S. Shapoff
and M. Morrison, cultural com-
mittee members.
Dr. Queen and Saul Ashkenazv,
delegates to the national conven-
tion at Asbury Park, N. J from
January 29 to February 2, will
be given a sendoff at this affair.
Rabbi Morris A. Skop will be
guest speaker.
Tropical Women
Plan Affairs
Tropical Chapter of B'nai B'rith
Women will hold a social meet-
ing on Tuesday, January 24, at
8:30 p.m. in Mendelsohn's Lincoln
Manor, according to an announce-
ment by Mrs. Irving Cypen,
president.
Dr. David Rothenberg, consult-
ing child psychologist, will be
guest speaker. Joseph Feldman
and Mrs. Melvin Benner are in
c!^irge of the program.
The group will hold its second
annual card party and fashion
show on Thursday, January 26,
at 8:30 p.m. at the Tides' Hotel,
1220 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach.
Apparel for boys and girls will be
shown.
Meeting Scheduled
Clara Hirsh Landau Chapter of
B'nai B'rith Young Women will
meet Monday, January 23, at 9
p.m. at the home of Mrs. Stanley
Falke, 2907 Sheridan Ave., Miami
Beach.
Debbs Plan Games Party.
Debbs Chapter of B'nai B'rith
Young Women will sponsor a
games party on Tuesday. January
24, at 8 p.m. at the home of Miss
DorK Brown 543 N.E. 76ih St.
The affair will honor all B'nai
B'rith Young Women of Greater
Miami.
Serving on the committee in
charge of the affair are Mrs.
Marcia Simonoff. Doris Brown,
Charlotte Sandier and Doris
Klein.
Col. Kelly To Speak
Colonel Thomas Kelly, com-
mander of the Harvey Seeds Post,
American Legion and the com-
manding officer of the Greater
Miami National Guard unit, will
address members of Sholem
Lodge, B'nai B'rith, at their
luncheon meeting Friday, Janu-
ary 20, at 12:15 p.m. in the Down-
towner Restaurant. Subject of
Col. Kelly's talk will be: "What
Are We Doing To Prepare For A
Strong Peace?"
Isaac Levin Unit
To Pick Officers
Annual election of officers of
the Isaac Levin Lodge, B'nai
B'rith, will be held at the Miami
Beach Y on Thursday, January
19, at 8:15 p.m., according to
President Donald Eanett.
A report on membership will
be given by Albert J. Beer, and
Norton Perry will outline the
cultural program for the coming
year.
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son guests at the orthodox Delmonico Hotel in Miami
iclude Mr. and Mrs. Max Goldberg, of Glencoe, 111. Mr.
is executive manufacturer of Safety Ice Cream Cones,
he hounded 40 years ago. Flying in to visit them over
is the Goldbergs' son, Seymour, now president of
lpany.
* *
Ihe Delmonico for a lengthy stay is Abraham Kanigsberg
.treal, Canada. Other guests include Mr. and Mrs. Ben-
Sperling of New York City, owners of the Spur wholesale
ampany. The Sperlings, longtime friends of the Del-
operator, David Rosner, spend their annual winter
here.
* *
bris of Stanley Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris
in, was held Sunday at the home of his parents, 431
5th St. Sandek was Rabbi H. M. Kaqan; godparents, Mr.
fa, M. Pulwermacher; mohl. Rev. Lazarus Lehrer. Stanley
J was the first baby born in Mount Sinai Hospital.
* *
and Mrs. Herbert Blumenthal and son of Savannah,
ive been visiting Mrs. Blumenthal's parents. Rabbi and
ion April.
* *
and Mrs. Bernard Hutner announce the birth of a
ler. Iris Jan, or Friday, January 11, at St. Francis Hospital,
irents are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hutner of Miami Beach
rs. Ida Resnick of Miami.
* *
ending the month of January with Mr. and Mrs. Phillip
3471 S.W. 9th Terr., is Mrs. Venet's brother, Chester H.
Jl. Mattapan, Mass. Before coming to Miami, Mr. Gelberf
week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard I. Gelbert,
Miami residents now living in Bangor, Maine. Also visit-
Isaiah Ladies Plan
Fashion Luncheon
The Sisterhood of Temple Isaiah
will sponsor a fashion show
luncheon at the Belmar Hotel on
Tuesday, January 31, at 12:30
p.m.
Chairman of the event is Mrs.
Venets is Mrs. Venet s cousin, Sumner Gorodetzer of | Aaron Courshon. who is being
The betrothal of Miss Rose
Guberman to Donald L. Garbett.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Allen
Garbett, 937 N.W. 59th St.. has
been announced by her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Guberman.
126 S.W. 19th Aye. The bride-
elect, a graduate of Miami High
School, attended schools in New
York.
e, Mass.
* *
s. Jennie Bromberg of New Haven, Conn., is spending
nter with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs
Bromberg, 2350 S.W. 17th Terr.
* *
w Yorkers vacationing at the Sea Isle Hotel are Mr. and
athan Taifer, who will be here for several months. Mr.
is the brother of Mrs. Jack Shapiro, 853 S.W. 11th St.
s. Belina Kreinick ot o^Net York's foremost couturiers. I SyT^PhTnp B. SK who
ive lor home Sunday after a month's stay at the Gross- '
Pancoast Hotel. Mrs. Kreinick has been entertained while
>y her cousins, the Morris Brownings and Helen Tobias,
[Temple Israel staff.
* *
and Mrs. Deszo Julius of West Palm Beach announce
Cent birth of a daughter.
*
and Mrs. Charles Kapner of West Palm Beach announce
th of a daughter, Sharon Ann, at Good Samaritan Hospital
>n January 9. Mrs. Kapner is the former Estelle Davidson
* *
rs. Jack Wilson of West Palm Beach is recovering at St.
rs Hospital following a recent operation.
* *
psiting Dr. and Mrs. Jules Kranz, 3782 Chase Ave., Miami
are their son-in-law and dauqhter, Mr. and Mrs. Walter
>nthal of Washington, D. C, and their dauqhter, Karen. I
assisted by Mrs. A. J. Harris and
Mrs. J. Jacobi. co-chairmen of the
ticket committee.
Fashions to be exhibited are
from the shop of Harriet Stroke
and sisterhood members will
serve as models. Musical accom-
paniment will be furnished by
Mrs. Irwin Weinstein and Mrs.
Herbert Gutman will serve as
co-ordinator.
Highlight of the afternoon's
program will be vocal selections
will
be accompanied on the piano by
Mrs. Olga Stern, his mother. An-
other feature will be a perform-
ance by' Serge Gomez, dance in-
structor.
Proceeds will be turned over
to the Temple Isaiah building
fund and tickets may be pur-
chased through any member of
the sisterhood.
Uy Gathering
a real family gathering for
d Mrs. Abe Goodman of
ood. Visiting them from
York are Mrs. Goodman's
Mrs. Nat Korn, and
Lew Brickoff, and his
visiting from Detroit.
Rr,
(are
rani or To Sing At
Kneseth Israel
el Brickoff, another brother 25 g "g e >meg &nat
Uifornia is also with the Friday evening and appear i
I The family party will be MaanV mus,cal festlval on S
Hlywood for a month.
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Cantor Sholom Katz, formerly
chief cantor of Budapest, will
conduct services at Kneseth Is-
rael on Friday and Saturday,
January 27 and 28. He will also
lead singing at the Oneg Shabbat
in a
Sun-
day evening. Sunday evening's
program will include cantorial
selections, Yiddish folk songs,
Israel songs and songs of the
ghetto.
Cantor Katz, who has given
cnpcerts throughout Eurooe, the
United States and Canada, ap-
peared as guest artist at the
last convention of the World
Zionist Congress in Basle, Swit-
zerland.
Marriage Announced
Isaac Shuman of Palm Beach
and Baltimore announces the
marriage of his daughter, Beatrice
S. Wolfe, to Robert Louis Shnay-
erson, son of Dr. and Mrs. Louis
Shnayerson, on January 8.
The newlyweds are residing at
6941 Bay Dr., Miami Beach.
Hadassah Unit
To Hold Tea
The Deborah Group of Hadas-
sah will hold the second in a
series of membership teas on
Tuesday, January 24, at 1:30 p.m.
at the home of Mrs. Maurice Rich,
6156 Pinetree Drive, Miami
Beach.
Mrs. Carl Lundy, membership
chairman, and her co-chairman,
Mrs. Jerry Lundy, have arranged
a fur fashion show and ming tree
demonstration.
Hialeah Group To
Sponsor Party
The Hialeah-Miami Springs
Jewish Community Center will
sponsor a games party on Mon-
day, January 23, at 8 p.m. at the
Benny Babcock Park Auditorium,
according to an.-anrjjpuriCernent by
Mrs. Max Goldstelrf, entertain-
ment chairman, Pri-icfftBs a're ear-
marked.fcjjr the building'ttmd.
Tickets -for the affair may be
obtained at the door or hy ciliing
Mrs. Joho^Strunin.
The group will hold a meeting
on Wednesday, January 25, at 8
p.m. at the Hialeah City Hall.
The children of the.. Hebrew
school entertained at meeting. The program was under
the direction of the Rev. Philip
Fried, who conducts classes every
Tuesday and Wednesday after-
noon from 3:30 to 5.
Registration for the school is
still open and parents interested
in enrolling their children are re-
quested to call Mrs. G. Abramson.
FREDDIE CALO
AJC Unit To Meet
Dr. Kurt Singer will speak at
a meeting of the Women's Divi-
sion, Miami Chapter of the
American Jewish Congress, to be
held Wednesday, January 25,, at!'
1 P.m. at the Garden Restaurant. Popular orchestra leader current-
- of the congress in this
Work
area will be discussed with special
emphasis on the group's teadher
scholarships at the University of
Miami under Dr G.iro."n I-ovejoy.
Receives Certificate
Evelyn Bauer this week re-
ceived a certificate from the State
Department of Education qualify-
ing her to teach French. English
and stenography on a high school
level.
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University of Miami Symohony
for Saturday evening, February
4 at Dinner Key-Auditorium, has |
been cancelled because of the
sudden illness of Miss Pons.
Miss Pons is now in a New
York hospital suffering from a
kidney ailment and all of her
engagements for the entire year
has been cancelled.
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Miami Symphony Office, room
204, Administration Building or
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S.E. 1st St. The money will be
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FRIDAY, JANUARY
Reform Judaism Developed In Response To Needs Of
Individual Congregations, Writes Rabbi Grollman
The development of Liberal Judaism in the United State? *~
did not follow a unifonn pattern in all congregations because tudied tl ; JP
each congregation has its own special character and neeas, ar.a >
"the final authority for the adoption of Reform Judaism rested a .
in the hands of the congregations," writes Rabbi Jerome W. -
GrOUnutn of the United Hebiew dicate{j b ^ preliminary ,|
Temple. St. Louis. in the
new issue of American Jewish
Archives, iust off the press.
Rabbi Grollman. graduate of
the Hebrew Union College in the
' Ian of 1 Emergence of Reform Judaism in
the United States" in the semi-
annual historical publication of
the American Jewish Archives
of the College in Cincinnati, says:
"Sometimes the congregation*
approved the reform measures
recommended by their spiritual
leaders: at other tiir.es they re-
jected them. Ofttimes. the con-
gregations introduced reforms
either against the wishes or with-
is set down by Rabb: Gr.
as follows:
1. Revision of prayer service
2. Introduction of organ
3. Mixed choir of men and
women
4 Separation of men and n
en at services abolished
5. Late Friday evening service
6. Abandonment of hats
service
7. Confirmation of boys and
.::
While revision of the prayer
service came first in most, but
not all. of the congreg..:: ins
-...... ""'" "'= "! ui "ill!- ">" <" "' ic <.'uiigicrgun.i. out ccn^uiting the wishes of their studied, only minor changes were R.\
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made at first. Rabbi Grollman '
I
- Pr ved more ac-
I were instituted i
pidly. .
It is to be expected that,
m ri ngregationi made avail-
ind other
. iocuments to the Amer-
.;. A ..-.- at the He-
Collei [n-
vi si _,: ::.- : An ei in J wish
will be conducted.
thi ston :' our
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Sponsor K'iH'fil
Performance
Sholi W en's Chapti
bene-
Mallah Unveiling
Dedication of a monument to
the memory of the late John
,n. formerly of 1056 N.W.
7th St. will take place Sunday.
try 22 at 2 p.m. at Mt. Sinai
Cemetery, with Rabbi Murray
ffieiating. Mr. Mallah
was a member of the Sephardic
Bi itherhood of America and is
survived by his wife, one sonj
and two daughters. Friends and
relatives are asked to be present.
PTA Will Meet
A meeting of the Parent-
Teacher Association of the Abbott
Gardens Private School will be
held on Friday. January 20. at 8
p.m. Guest speaker will be Miss
Malvma Weiss, whose subject will |
be "And SO to School."
Roth To
Zionist Laneh3
The Miami Beucn Zh*
trict luncheon club^
Wednesday, January !
at Mendelsohn's- Lincofn L1
2 Lincoln Road, to hS ft
ami Zionist District *"
Councilman Burnett rl
has been a leader" ^^
activities since 1927 whLi*
ganized Zionist vouth Tr^S
Orlando, will speak on g53
cruiting of Youth m the i*
Forces." Roth was preSA
the Miami District ""$?<
1948 and is now chairm n ,
board of directors
Guest of honor v. ill be Hm*j
Sieged newly-elected Pres"de3
the. Miami District. ToastmuJ
will be Harold Shap.ro anfi
national Zionist news will ,
ported by Murray Goodmai
atto
Las
Because of the congregational i writes. The appearance of rel
if :' and responsibility for
" f rel rm prac-
ti es F Gi '.:. n
area ol stigation in-
cludes ":.- analysis I :ongrega-,
v i linute :. a ef 1 : t to |
determine actual 0f
- :- the > | | ent t Re-
- n the United
State* ;': study, based on
n .-..- books in thi
A:: vi :' the
Hel L'ni m Collegi thi fu -
history
n a bi
: Rabl Gi llman con-
' I itsel that n I
m nuti ; -;- were
arrive at de:
hut 1 pionei ing
. ny new
. n the history ol Liberal
Imit of a
' I rel rm innova-
tions.
Trie sequence ol rel
tendencies, he says, did not result
in the immediate abandonment of
traditional observances.
Rabbi Grollman adds the re-
Lantaff Seeks
< oiiyiM*ss Seal
Zionist Youth To
Hold Conclave
The second annual South Flor-
i. uVr1"8 Zlonist conclave will
be held February 3. 4 and 5 at
the South Campus. University of
Miami, it was announced todav
by .Mrs. Alfred M. Mamlet. chair-
man. Greater Miami Zionist vouth
commission. Approximated 100
members of Young Judaea, and
their leaders from the ranks of
Junior Hadassah. Masada and:
iiirA are expected to attend the
edu ational and ;,,nal|
weekend.
Purp se of the institute, as an-!
winced by Mrs. Alfred Mamlet.
- lohelp increai nj nformed
and active Zi in nth corps
m t.ne state of F Ida. a
' levoted to th .'
n I I the furtl
dem cracy tl ...... it the v
Om ,.i the highlights i |
ve vill v
- 'hal time an
[sraelj stunt nig I n ... pre.
1 by the Beth El S.
v> .-../:..:. and Beersh.
gioup3 and unaffiiiated voung
people oetween the ages of 12
f-i .hi?nare,inv:,<;d ta Participate
in the conclave. Those interested
are requested to write to the
& Youth Commission. 235
Lncoln Road. Miami Beach, for
lull particulars.
State Rep. William C Bill
Lantaff formally announce
candidacy for congressman :
the Fourth congressional disl
last Sunday.
Lantaff will seek the sea: being
vacated by Rep. George Smal
The 36-year old Miami attorney
now is a member of thi stati
legislature from Group Two
mg served in the 1947 and 194
- ssions.
A resident of Florida i
rs, and of this area for 21
Lantaff is the senior member :
the Dade house delegation, which
in. recently was voted bv the house
and senate as the outstanding ,.r
most effective in the legislature.
In his bid for promotion to con-
Sress, Lantaff has adopted a |
gram for (1) streamlining the
federal government to save the
taxpayers three billion dollars
year: (2) consolidation of con-
flicting services and functions:
<3> elimination of unnecessary
activities in the federal govern-
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io) balance the budget and (6)
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and mte.
will oe J
odman.
jbuffet supper in honor of Sen. Claude Pepper was given at
Tie of Mr. and Mrs. Norman R. Lyons. 1624 S.W. 17th Terr.
"Pepper for Senator Club of the University of Miami."
kd are (1. to r.) John Pullo. social chairman; Lyons. Miami
ly; Sen. Pepper; Lenny Treister. member board of directors;
'Jacobs, registration chairman.
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im Expanded
lebrew Academy has ex-
its physical education
, Dr. David S. Andron,
H, has announced,
the supervision of Mrs.
ibin. rhythm, baton twirl-
allied arts are offered
io weekly. In addition a
|gram of sports and games
the direction of Norman
[head of the academy ath-
partment.
^ion And School"
im Subject
lion and the School" will
Subject of a discussion to
at the Miami Jewish
nity Center, Monday, Jan-
f, at 8:15 p.m.
participants will be
Segal, executive director
[Southeastern division of
fcerican Jewish Congress;
Iruves, Jr., attorney; Mrs.
Belle. Catholic laywoman
n the National Catholic
Yomen's Association.
TO THfc CULTURAL
FORUM RADIO HOUR
lY SATURDAY NIGHT
tOM 7:30 TO 9 P.M.
ER STATION WWPB
I 1450 on the Dial
ed and Announced by
Beth David Launches
Membership Drive
Congregation Beth David will
launch a ten-day membership
drive on Thursday, January 19,
with a get-together meeting at
the synagogue, S.W. 3rd Ave.,
between 26th and 27th Roads.
Commissioner Louie Bandel
heads the drive.
Siyum Hatorah
Final arrangements have been
made for the Siyum Hatorah to
be held by the First Jewish Con-
gregation of Coral Gables on
Sunday, January 29, at 7 p.m. at
Beth El. Mr. and Mrs. Philip
Catsman are donors of the Sefer
Torah.
Sanroma Concerts
Jesus Maria Sanroma, world
famous pianist, will appear in
concert with the University of
Miami Symphony Orchestra on
Sunday, January 22. at 3 p.m. and
Monday, January 23, at 8:30 p.m.
at the Miami High School audi-
torium.
The Puerto Rican-born pianist
will play selections by Smetana,
Prokofieff, Grieg, Ireland and
Gershwin.
LEGAL NOTICE
^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE circuit court of thk
nth judicial circuit in and
KOR DADK COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 129496.
MARGARET EVANS. Plaintiff, vs.
ALFRED JOHN EVANS. Defendant.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
T(>: ALFRED JOHN EVANS.
41 LOUGHBOROUGH PARK,
LONDON S. W. 9,
LONDON, ENGLAND
You are hereby ordered and re-
quired to serve a copy of your answer
to the Bill of i ">p1111 I.< 111 copy of
which Is enclosed herewith, on the
I'lalntiff's attorney, and file the
original In the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Oourt on or before 20 day
of Feb., 19S0, otherwise the allega-
tions of said Hill will be taken as
confessed bv vou.
HATED at Miami. Florida, this 13
day of Jan., 1950.
E. I!. LEATIIEIt.MAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By W.M. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
KAPLAN, HIETZ AND I.ASKY
and JOSEPH W. MA1.EK
Solicitors for Plaintiff,
35(i Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach, Kla.
1/20-27 2/3-10
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S
T.
LESTINE ECONOMIC CORPORATION
(Organized 1926)
Common Stock
$28 per share i
PROSPECTUS AND ORDER-BLANK
from
American Palestine
Securities Co., Inc.
(Member Natl. Assn. of Securities Dealers, Inc.)
BBroad Street, New York WHitehall 4-5654
MB
CHOICE FAMILY PLOTS
In Jewish SectionWoodlawn Park Cemetery
AVAILABLE NOW!
Details and Information Call Cemetery Office 4-5922 '
News Brief
The Sutton Jewelry Company,
oldest jewelry firm in Dade
County, is liquidating. E. D. Sut-
ton, head of the organization, is
retiring on the advice of his
physician.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE
11th JUDICIAL CIHCCIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
. I.\ CHANCERY, No. 129497.
MAR.IORIE ENGLE BARON, Plain-
tiff, vs. NICHOLAS BARON, De-
fendant.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: NICHOLAS BARON
1125 Seventh Avenue
Berwick, Pennsylvania
you are hereby ordered and re-
quired t.i serve a copy <.f your answer
to Plaintiffs Kill of Complaint for
Divorce in the above styled cause
upon the attorney for the Plaintiff,
and to serve your original answer
u|M>n the Clerk of the Circuit Court In
the above styled cause on or before
the 13 day of February, 1950; other-
wise the allegations in said Bill of
Complaint will be taken as confessed
by you.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Circuit Court Seal I
By W.M. \V. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
JOSEPH \V. MALEK
Solicitor for Plaintiff
416-418 Lincoln Building
Miami Reach .19, Florida.
1/20-27 2/8-10
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND KOR DADE COUNTY,
FIXJRIDA. IN PRORATE, No
M6t0.
. In Re: ESTATE 'OF EDITH
WILLETT SURKHIK. also known
as EDITH WILLETT, IDA WIL-
LETT, and IDA WILLETT
SCRKEIN. Deceased.
'To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You. and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
I either of you. may have against the
estate of EDITH WILLETT BUR-
kki.v. deceased, late of New York
County, N. Y. and Dad.- Count) Flor-
ida, to the Hon. W. F. BLANTON,
County Judge of Dade County, and
file the same In bis office In the County
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida.
within eight calendar months from the
date of the first publication hereof,
i Said claims or demands to contain the
legal address of the claimant and to
be sworn to and presented as afore-
said, or same will he barred. See
Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act.
Date Janunrv 13th, A.D. 1950
THEODORE .1. BAKOWITZ,
As Ancillary Administrator of the
Estate of EDITH WILLETT
SCRKEIN. Deceased.
1/20-27 2/3-1*
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCCIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCCIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 129585.
ALLISON W. A1IERNATHY. Plain-
tiff, vs. MILDRED ABERNATHY,
Defendant.
TO: MILDRED ABEItNATHY
1414 CotMr Avenue
Charlotte, North Carolina
YcU are required to serve a copy of
your answer to the Hill of Complaint
for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney
and to file the original answer In
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court fin or before the 20th day of
February, A. D. 19.".0; otherwise, the
Hill of Complaint for Divorce hereto-
fore filed herein will be taken as
confessed by you.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this the
ISth day of January, 1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By G. C. LEWIS, JR.,
Deputy Clerk.
NORMAN It. LYONS, ESO..
Attorney for Plaintiff
914 Olympla Building
Miami. Florida
1/20-27 2/3-111
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
National .Super Market at 5324 N. W.
17th Avenue. Miami, Klorida, intends
to register saiil name with the Clerk
1 m th" Circuit Court of Dade County.
Klorida.
ABE GOLD
Sole Owner
Mil.TON A. KR1KDMAN
Attorney for Applicant
Seybold Bldg.
I '20-27 2/8-10
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCCIT COURT OP THE
11T1I JUDICIAL CIRCCIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 129584.
ANITA C. WOODWARD. Plaintiff, vs.
BERNARD WOODWARD, Defend-
ant.
TO: BERNARD WOODWARD
c/o Mrs. John Woodward
4408 Livingston ltd., S.E.
Washington. D, C.
You are required to serve a copy
of your answer to the Bill for Divorce
on the plaintiff's attorney and to file
the original answer in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 80th day of February, A.D.
1950: Otherwise, the Bill of Complaint
for Divorce heretofore filed herein
will be taken as confessed by you.
Dated at Miami, Klorida, this the
18th dav of January, 1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Qircult Court,
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By O. C. LEWIS. JR.,
D.-mity Clerk.
NORMAN R. LYONS. ESQ.
Attorney for Plaintiff
914 Olynqiia Building
Miami. Slorida
1 20-27 2/3-10
NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 129231.
FIOItEN/.o JOSEPH CICCONE.
Plaintiff, vs. LOUISE TERRAZ-
ZINO OICCONE, Defendant.
TO: Louise Tervasslno Clccone.
Defendant
40S 15th Avenue
Newark, New Jersey
YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to
serve a copv of your Answer to the
plaintiffs BUI of Complaint for Di-
vorce, -on the plaintiff's solicitors,
Turk & Newman, whose address is
(2(i Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Mor-
ida. and file your original Answer in
the office ..f the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit
In and for Dade County, Florida, be-
fore the 17th day of February, 1950.
Dated: January 4. 1950.
E B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By G. C. LEWIS. JR..
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON R. MANNHEIMER
of Counsel
1/13-20-27 2,3 _____________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage III
business under the fictitious name of
REALTY APPRAISAL ASSOCIATE*;
at 414 S.W. 11th Street, Miami, Fla..
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Klorida.
HENRY a GRUSHKIN
Sol,- owner
12/30 1'6-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
notice is Hereby given that
the undersigned, desiring to engage i"
business under the fictitious name of
Palmland Supply Company at 3707
Wesl Flaglrr Street. Miami, Florida.
intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
A. FRANK WELLENS
Sole owner
PALLOT TATHAM
Attorneys for Applicant
1214 Congress Bldg.
I 1, 13-20-27 2/8
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SAVE-MORE AUCTION SALES at
2702 N. W. 27th Avenue, Miami.
Florida. Intend to register said name {
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Klorida.
ROBERT L. TEPPER
B. BARE SHARGAA
THEODORE .1. SAKOWITZ
Attorney for Applicants
1/20-27 2/3-10 !
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAMF LANiV
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
(he undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
FATHER et SON HARDWARE
STORE at 1516 S. W. 3rd Avenue.
Miami, Florida, intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Klorida.
HARRY RUBEN
ARM EN RUBEN
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Applicants
1/13-20-27 2/3-10
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned are engaged in busi-
ness under the fictitious name of
CORAL GABLES PICTURE FRAM-
ING SHOP, 212 Ciralda Avenue. Coral 1
Cables, Dade County, Florida, and,
[intend to register the said fictitious
name in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida,
that the only persons interested in
said business are. as (follows:
OSWALD P. DEVOS
ELVIRA M. DEVOS
Equal Partners
EM A NI EI. LEVENSI IN
Attorney at 1-aw
807 Blscayne Building
Miami, Klorida
I '8-18-20-27
NOTICE TO CREDITORS "1
IN THE COUNTY JCDGE'S coUL,
IN AND KOR DADE COUNTY,'
KLORIDA. IN PRORATE No. ,
23356. ,J
In Re: ESTATE OF
JACOB BOFPER, '
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
Vou, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of Jacob Softer, deceased, late
of Dade County, Klorida. to the Hon.
W. K. Illanton, County Judge of Dade
County, and file the sane- in his
office In the County Courthouse in
Dade County, Klorida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the leg:,I ad-
dress of the claimant and to lie sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will bo barred. See Section 120 of the
19:13 Probate Acl
Date Dec. 29, AD. 1949.
LENA suffer.
As Executrix of the Last Will and
Testament of Jacob Softer. De-
ceased.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Executrix
1 8-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEKEBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, opsirlng to engage ill
business under the fictitious name of
VIDCRAFT DISTRIBUTORS OF
FLORIDA at 5791 N.w. Seventh Ave.,
Miami, Klorida. intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the,
circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
BERNARD H. LEVINE
NELAN SWEET
Attorney for Vldcraft Distributors
of Klorida
12 3 1/8-11-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GD7EN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SUDSBAR at 1042 West Plaster Bl ,
Miami. Kla., intend to register said
name with the c|,rk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florid 1.
DAVID si'DN'ow
BERNARD BOPPIAN
Stile Owners
AMOS BENJAMIN
Attorney for Applicant
12/23-30 1/6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
National Bake Shop at 1266 N.W.
62nd Street, Miami, Florida, intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Klorida.
JOSEPH PATANE
Sole owner
DONALD J. EANETT
Blscayne Bldg.
Attorney
1/6-13-20-27 2 'I
. .
NOTICE-UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Johnston's Chlc-n-fry steaks at 300!
N. E. 79th Street. Miami, Klorida, In-
1 tend to register said name with the j
I Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
1 Oounty, Florida.
AARON CHAIKEN
HERBERT MKJATZ
Partners
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicants
Seybold Building
I'13-20-27 2/3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Saymeyer Company at P. O. Address
1117 S.W. 22nd Avenue, Miami. Kla.,
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
poupjy fffl^K****** ,.
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. KLORIDA. ,
IN CHANCERY, No. 129345.
ALMA LILLIAN PECK. Plaintiff, VS.
ALBERT PECK. Defendant.
TO: ALBERT PEi'K
c/o Mrs. Pauline Peck
66 Mott Avenue
New London, Connecticut
You are required to serve a copy of
your answer to the Rill of Complaint
for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney
and to file the original answer in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 14th day of
February, A. D. 195D; otherwise, the
Bill of Complaint for Divorce hereto-
fore filed herein will be taken as con-
fessed by vou.
Dated at Miami, Klorida, this the
6th day of January, 1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Court Stall
By WM. W. STOCKING,
NORMAN R. LYONS
Attorney for Plaintiff
914 Olympla Building
Miami, Klorida
I/B-20-27 2/8
Deputy Clerk.
<
NOTICE AND ORDER OF
PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL circuit
OP FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANC-
ERY. No. 129138
LOUIS LURoWSKY. Plaintiff. vs
CBLIA LUBOWSKY. Defend int.
TO: MRS CELIA LUBOWSKY
s'-j Clendenny Avenue
Jersev City 4. New Jersey
You. celia Li'itowsKY". are here-
by notified and ordered to appear
and answer, or othei wise plead, to
the Bill of Complaint for Divorce filed
by LOUIS LUBOWSKY Against you
in the above entitled cause, on or
before the soth day of January, 1950,
otherwise the allegations of said Rill
will lie taken as confessed against
vou.
DATED this 27th day of December.
1949. at Miami, Dade County, Florida.
E. B, LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
Bv WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
LEO BHEINER
Attorney for Plaintiff
1204-05 Pacific Building
Miami 112. Florida
12 80 l 8-13-20
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCCIT court OP THE
11TII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
KOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 1J8649.
L. c, PEELE. Plaintiff, vs. ELISA-
BETH JINNIE ROSPIGLIOSI. De-
fendant.
TO: ELISABETH JINNIE
Ri >SPIGLIOHI. Defendant.
:':;: I West 24th Street
Sunset Island Number Three
Miami Beach. Klorida
YOU ARE REQUIRED to file.with
the Clerk of the above named Court
at Miami, Florida, on or before the
6th day of February, 1950, your writ-
ten appearance to a suit brought
against you, In default of which a
decree pro confesso may be entered
against you.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Klorida. this 27 day of December.
A.D. 1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of said Court.
(Circuit Court Seal*
By R. H. RICE. JR.,
Deputv CUrk.
12/30 1/6-13-20
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
KOR DADE COUNTY. KLORIDA
IN CHANCERY. No. 129202
JUNE KlI'P. Plaintiff, vs. MARVIN
p. KIPP. Ddrendant.
YOU. MARVIN P. KIPP, 16 S .nth
Hamilton Street, l'oilghkccpsi.-. N. Y.,
are hereby required to file your ap-
pearance in the above divorce action
fin or before Kebruary 6. 1950, or a
default will be entered against you.
Dated December 30th. 1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. PEIGE,
Deput) Clerk.
NORMAN It. LYONS. ESQ.
Attorney at Iaw
914 Olympla Rldg.
Miami. Florida
1/6-13-20-27
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R. Go! treasure Mi F S ::-
ner. secretary
Plans i
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the establishment : a Sund
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the ne -. -:- taini
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Making plans for the S365 minimum tea to be sponsored by
tue Women's Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal on Tuesday.
January 31. si the home of Mrs. Sam Kalz. 5790 North Bay Road.
Miami Beech are (L to r.i Mrs. Mitchell Wolf son. Mrs. Jack Ablin
ar.d Mrs. Sam Katz. Co-chairmen of the affair are the Mesdames
J. Ahshul Sam Blank, Abe Goodman, Sam Luby. S. C. Myers.
Matilda Ratner. Dan Ruskin, Monte Se'ig. Sam Simonhoff.
I a ill ar;i I nil To
Hoar Mr. Kl Ell Elected JNF
Council Chairman
Lgop J V .,_ -: _
" = " N--..-.,'. F.r.-:
Council :' Greater Miami at a
-'- "' ting : thi un ..
thers elect) tfici were
Hai id Shapii .-. norarj
S
' :"- t< itivi Isidor Gold
I vic :ha:rrr.ar.: Saul
Asnkenazy Mrs Emanuel Karger.
-'- Isaac Kaplan Abi
]:-_': Rabbi :.: ses Mes fi
Dr. Harry Queei Mai
S ten -
j! .''
'- g sec-
Daniel 1 ti
| Schachn
-* new
executive : v
Miainians XaiiH'd
To JWY Posts
L. ms Phillips,
h ap| inted deputy na-
n judgi jv
ish War Veterans by J
H.ltz r;a:::na: comn and) Mrs
ie>s:e Sol rn r. was pi int) .
national organization chairman
Phillips, wh served as a stall
serges.-.: with the a:r corps during
*' rid War II. served in the
Pacific Theatre and received ter.
I attle stars and :'r.7T-r pn si nti
citations. He :s junior vice
mander of the Norman E
Bi r. Post. JWV.
Mr; Solomon .; rondu tn -
the Norman Bruce Brown Auxil-
iary and is past president : the
Max and Edward Black Post
Brooklyn, N. Y.
Tropical Lodge to
Elwt Leader*
cpi L g, Bna: B tr.
will elect officers for 195
i <" re.....:
'' nday Janu
"" Kaye-M : :. -.--r
ngs r. .-.-. :,: i
nncunced bv !
A Budd
. Vice President Sai Kessli
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quiz program will follow.
Music, Drama Program
The Emma Lazarus Clubs oi'
ter Miami will sponsor an
evening of music and drama on
Sunday January 22. at 8 p.m.
at Miami Beach High School.
Stars oi the Jewish stage and
screen will appear
tonight!
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Oi this vital vitanun,
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MMMHidi baby food for all the babies
in hp nitod cm- ucs
J m the United States.
Amazingly vejsatje as a food...def.cous
outtossoffl*rt)forvtamlns...c3nbe
reserved, canoed, frozen or dehydrate?
&W for man or beast, guavas are a
reas,We- w'a^Hh Iwe-stock feed.
?uovo$ gow so eosily
in Florida that few actual
groves exist. Most of the supply
for Guov,a Jelly comes from
wild trees.
Yet under cultivation
guavas will yield an amazing
crop. Trees mature in 3 to 5
years, bear fruit year round, will
grow in almost any kind of soiL
Research at the University of
Miami indicates the pont"^
that a great guava industry
con be developed in Florida
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Feitzmcm. Beach
, Dies In N. Y.
Kr'as received this week
ing of Paul Weitzman,
ich attorney, of 5355
Drive, on Tuesday in
Memorial Hospi-
tal, New York
City, where he
had been under-!
going treatment.
M r. Weitzman
who was 50 years
of age, had been
ill since Sep-
tember. Services
were held at the
Riverside
Memorial Chapel
in Brooklyn,
with interment
at Mt. Hebron
, Flushing, Long Island,
ition to his wife, Ger-
Weitzman is survived
ther, Bertha Weitzman.
Walter, Sam and sister
Rashkin, of New York,
Iher brother, Harry, of
ach. The widow will sit
the heme cf her sister
wartz, 14 Monroe St.,
t City.
tzman was en the board
is of the Miami Beach
nber of the board of
of the Greater Miami
deration, past master of
>dge and a member of
Lodge, of the Masonic
mber of B'nai B'rith,
ident of the Manhattan
en's Association of New
d the chairman of the
rganized Housing Au-
f Miami Beach.
El To Receive
ih Wednesday
nation Beth El will cele-
receipt of a new Torah
|n Wednesday, January
p.m. at the synagogue.
iMinrav Grauer. spiritual
p the c^ntfroiatinn. will
"The Sisnificane of a
th." S:dn"v H. P;ilm~'\
nl the congregatior., wil'
' ,-'r""R:--
lew sTdWpMte its silver
ii nts weWlpr"sen!ed to
reflation hv Mrs. Minna
id her sin. Labe, in
of Victi i Moll. Louis
honorary president of
eau of Jewish Education
Ik on behalf of the dinors.
Golden Agers
Name Sornstein
Hibiscus Lodge Breaks I.round For
Home At Ceremonies Wednesday
Ground-breaking ceremonies for
the new home of Hibiscus Lodge
No. 275, Free and Accepted
Masons, were held on Wednesday
afternoon at the site of the future
structure, Alton Road and 10th
St., Miami Beach. Work on the
>n Meeting
Women Club No. One
Beach will hold a special
on Thursday, January 19.
seth Israel, 1415 Euclid
fction of officers will be
a reprrt on the nati inal
Ion given, according to
ny Seitlin. president. All
\s are ureed to bring re-
their shkolim.
*B<
PSH CLASSICAL HOUR
WINZ
(940 on Your Dial)
IERY SUNDAY
>:00 Noon to 1:45 P. M.
;RY TUESDAY
6:00 to 7:00 P. M.
IETY OF STARS IN THE
RECORDINGS AVAILABLE
LSSICALLITURGICAL
IND FOLK MUSIC
ten to our New Feature
sNCING SUNDAY, JAN. 1t
[ILDERS OF' ISRAEL"
tor, HAROI.D BHAVIMO
/ell Known Attorney
*ATIR, p.ojram Director
Joseph Sornstein was elected
president of the Golden Age
Friendship Club of the Miami
Jewish Community Center Sun-
day afternoon at the center.
Sornstein, who served on the
grOthPeSr X^ncZKuaolph | SVff&
Koses, first vice president; Mrs. "1riaiely.1,15t'00- *egfn Thursday
Anna Bear, second vice president; *"**" take about a >"ear to
Lillian Meunster, third vice | comPlete-
Master of Ceremonies Siegfried
Geismar opened the services. The
invocation was given by Rabbi
Irving Lehrman and addresses
were delivered by Mayor Harold
Turk; H. R. Wright, district
deputy grand master of the 23rd
District; Frank H. Brown, past
most worshipful grand master of
Florida; and Sam Alpert. past
worshipful master of Nor-Mi
Lodge 253 of Miami. The Beach
high school band was heard in
several selections followed by re-
marks by E. Albert Pallot, past
Mrs.
president; Louis Weintraub,
treasurer; Goldie Rosenberg
social secretary; Harry Zicree, fi-
nancial secretary; Rose Schlivek.
recording secretary; and Bessie
Mallah. corresponding secretary.
Installation of officers will be
held Sunday. January 29. at % p.m.
at the center.
Chandler Meads
Fuchs Baking Co.
Luther L. Chandler was named
president of the Fuchs Baking
Company at a meeting of the
stockholders last week. Chandler,
who is one of the largest vegeta-
ble growers in the state, has been
a director of the company since
its incorporation. He succeeds C
Clemens To Star
In Shrine Circus
Daring Dick Clemens, foremost
T. Fuchs who was recently killed *SU*i.tnl!m, | the world today.
in a hunting accident. Other officers elected at the
meeting were Jordean P. Cash,
executive vice president and
general manager; Thomas J.
Faust, secretary-treasurer. Rex J.
Faust was admitted to the board
of directors.
"There will be no change in
company policy," Cash said. "I
have been given full charge of
the management and the direction
and operation of the company
affairs."
headline the Hamid-Morton
three-wing to be presented by the
Mahi Shrine Temple at the
Orange Bowl Stadium Friday,
January 27, through Tuesday,
January 31.
Also to appear are the Flying
Hartzells. the Ricardos. a herd of
elephants and an armv of clowns.
Tickets may be purchased at
the University Ticket Office. 140
S.E. 1st St., or at the stadium one
hour before the performance.
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NURSERY-KINDERGARTEN -play with a PURPOSE."
Visit our dosses in THE LEAR SCHOOL TRAIN AND
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Tourist Studtntt continue home school work. Out-
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MOl
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WEST AVENUE*. MIA^rtACtf FLiK,. MMJ f
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worshipful master. Hibiscus
Lodge; Ben Essen, jfcfet worship-
ful master. Hibiscus Lodge; Mor-
ris Rabinowitz. worshipful mas-
ter. Hibiscus Lodge No. 275; and
Harry Eckardt, worshipful mas-
ter, Ocean Bav Lodge 180, Miami
Beach. Councilman Maurice Klein
and Rabbi Moshay Mann also
addressed the assembly following
which the Reverend F. Wylie
Scott gave the benediction.
The committee in charge of the
eround-Hreakins services in-
cluded Sol Goldstiom. chairman:
Siegfried Geisman, co-chairman;
Nathaniel G. Kirsch. Maurice
Collegeman. Leo Eisenstein. Larry
Kimmel and Joel P. Newman.
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SUNDAY, JANUARY 22ND, AT 8 P.M.
Miami Beach High School 1420 Drexel Ave.
Well Known Jewish Stars of Stage & Screen
M. Fader Malvina Itapcl
Paula Kadison L. !\ or in an
/.'I an evening of entertc'nment and cultural aspiratic.i
Don't Mass Mt!
Auspices Emma Lazarus Clubs. Miami & Miami Beach
Admission 41.50 (tax included)
LEONARD A. LEVINE,
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RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
T'Fereth Israel Congregation of
Miami (Orthodox). 842 N.W. 74th
St.
Friday evnlns service! l i1 m
Saturday morning :it 9:JO a.m. All
resident! in thai area are Invited to
attend,
Northside Jewish Center, 6231
N.W. First Cl.
Sunday ichool classes every Sunday
ai tht- office uf Dr. Win. Hnros, ti5.">
N.W. (2nd St. Hebrew claasea under
direction < Rev. Philip Pried at 6701
N.W. uh Ave on Mondays and
Thursday* from t to '. p.m.
Congregation beth Tfilah (Or-
thodox). 935 Euclid Ave., Miami
Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovsky.
P evei mg sei i ei at 5:15,
I bbal ill 8 p in. Saturday
hioi nlng bi \ i.. :it 8:30, 1 lui Ing the
moi n H il.t> Rai kovky will
prt-ai'l Oi la) al < p in. the
rnl.l.l will apeak. Mlncha at
; 10 p.m. followed SI lah Seudoa
im'-> ; .\laarh Mm ning ^' rvleea 'i.i II) al
7 i Mowed bj i-laaa in Mlaha K\ -
j dull) at 5:15 followed
i i..n\ und i 'u.-i.....-. Maarh
IoIIowh riawi will be i ondui ted bs
Rabbi Rackovgky.
Hebrew Academy. 918 61h St.,
Miami Beach.
Prldn) even g aei i li es ;it 3 p.m.;
Saturday morning at '.' a.m. Sol I-.
al, will deliver a
n on "Jewiah 1'nlij and
Troubli d Itaya.' Claaaea In atudy of
51 hnn Sal ii daj ;it |, i tail) Mini ha
' Hall) Bible i-laaaea
*' p.m. and ifte loon sei \ ii --> at
.!"> p.n .hi.I 7:"" a.m.
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W.
12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Berele Kelemer.
Friday evening services at 5:15.
Late i- da) evi Ing forum ;n 8:16
Rabbi \ II will speak ., "What la
Judai* tlneg Shabbatl
and '/ w. The |>u -
vlted. Rabbi Somon Helfgott -||| be
a ii - k< i- .,- Sntui da i
'"I nlng ., M .- ., -. ,, ln
followed Ii M i I,., and Maai Iv serv-
i Bai Mltzval -
' followed bi ., Bar
Rkfnai S mil i) 1.....! ,,i
' a.m. Hi ,: ,- an.-, ,,,
:" p.m. I tail) -. -., : JO a.m.
Congregation Beth El (Ortho-
dox). 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi
Murray Grauer.
!; Iday evei Ins at ".:i". p.m.
15 |i m Rabbi
'.lauer will pieai h on "Th. I'i w. i
ray. i Mr in .1 Mi Hal n Ulnr
'ill I..- hosts .ii th.........itlon
. .
" aervieea nl I.i Rabli ilniuei will
TI I'oil on ..f the
Week. lunioi Congregation al
l" a i". Mln ha al r. p.m. followed b)
Mi.,:..-. Shudoa Hiin.hu si I.....I lo
I si hool 3:30 to
'''.'' -.I'I!
.I.', p.n
.i in.
; so
and
llalkin Attends
IMsl IM-I Meet
Gilbert J. Balkin. director,
Florida Remonu! Office, Anti-Dc-
famutinn League of B'nai BYith.
is in Jacksonville this weekend
attending the executive board
meeting. Fifth District. Bnai
a nth. where he will participate
in the panel "B'nai BYith in
Action."" He will also take part in
presentation of the ADL program
at the Fifth District. B'nai BYith
women s executive board me. ting
being held simultaneously in
Jacksonville.
On Tuesday Balkin add-
the Louis A. C .hen Lodge in St
Petersburg on the subject -Un-
finished Tasks ,,f I, lV-
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Jewish Community Center
(Conservative). 2020 Polk St.,
Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig:
Cantor Milton Freedman.
Early Friday services : 10 Ute
p : ,i -.- rices -it vi". Ou<
Rabbi Solomon Poster, Rabl
..f Temple B"nal JoHhuren, Si >
N .1 ill apeak ..ii 'The I' *': A
Which Judaism Revolves." Sal
morning service ai 9 10 Ri
will preach on tl- H'eekl)
Hi- Torah. Religious school ass<
Sunday morning.
Temple Isaiah (Reform). 1536
Bay Road. Miami Beach. Rabbi
Moshay P. Mann.
Friday evening services at 1:16.
Huesl Rabbi I>r .1.,. b II K
conducl Hi' service* Sei n
u :;: i..- .\l) Pa :!> H
Paul Beck ill officiate
Fri i | ous school meel
rig .a l".
North Dade Jewish Center
(Conservative). 13630 W. Dixie
Highway. North Miami.
Friday evening services al
Saturday morning services al
day school '." in.
Temple Israel (Reform). 137
N.E. 19th St. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan,
Rabbi Emeritus.
Friday evening sei vices al v
Rabbi Mosha.t I' Mann, pll
ei "f Temple Isaiah, ill condui I
sen TI abbl Bill ailrir. -
rongi u.i ii Prayei Hi
Mis. stuari i lordon aril [hi !
blesyings ': Ihe Sabbath canille*
saturda> nun ning > vice? til
l >: Kaplan will conducl th< ei
and the membei s of the conl i
claw will participate.
Congregation Beth Jacob (Or-
thodox). 301-311 Washington Ave.,
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff.
Services will lip held Friday evei ng
ai ,1:Jn I..ii,- Pi lila.v evi nlns
ii v:i" Tli.- rabbi will xpeak mi
"Th' Good Samaritan." Sal rila
morning al guesl wpea ;
A l >ocl..... ill s|ieak !
Kdm at ion Junior I 'ongi I
i" .i in directed by A. .1 Safra Mini ha
it S:30 followed In Shalos -
Rubbl will apeak on the Poi:
the Week. Dally school from
ii:::" Monday through Thurailnj ami
'' -i in I" I.....II on S ml:l\ .
N. W. Religious Congregation,
3681 N. W. 2nd St.
Services Saturday morning at 9:00
o'clock.
Flagler-Granada Jewish Cen-
ter, 175 S.W. 45th Ave.
Saturday services al 9 ;< m,
First Jewish Congregation of
Coral Gables. 2410 Ponce de Leon
Blvd. (Conservative).
Friday evening services al
Rabbi lui W. (loldnleln will
An Oneg Shabbat will be held follow-
irnr the services. Memo, rs and n
are invited to attend
Coral Gables Jewish Center
(Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop;
Cantor Joseph W. Malek; Steve
Kessler. organist. Palermo Ave.
near Le Jeune.
Pi iday nlghl services ,
Monthly i>\ ew of the Jews ii
World News followed b> Oneg Shablxit
in the patio Katurdni morn T
-ei-vlces al H 13 junior Vouth I
Wedn. mln} nights al v. S.
Hi-oup rhursday nights al s \--.
','" '"'-li Arbor Day 01
January 2, Spei lal lubs In Jewish
arts and crafts, music, Journalism
di imal Ii -. Sundays al 11 :'.".
Congregation Beth Oarid^Con-
servative), Coral Way and 26th
Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Re*-
Maurice Mamches.
. JO
Mam. hi
Beth
Friday svei lnf "'"
I nn ladcast over
. Shapiro and < antor
.,.. es insisted
i.-i .1.
s-ll speak
, H u si Mr. and
v ,. i, .1 '- ''-
.. the servli
., .. iMh wed
...
' M '" *"
.. M ,.,, nr Irving Katner I ne
Bjti the floral ::
, ,i Sal I nlng m I'"'....."
... m tIvnn Th. rabbi will
- ..ii Hi.- the !'
Student i t 10:30 a m.
Hebr. !
, o
j- ^, ,11 taou ni a.
Temple Emanu-El IReform),
1801 S. Andrews Ave.. Fort Laud-
erdale. Dr. Marius Ranson, Rabbi.
I': ,i .-. evi IIS 'I : '
. li I:.. iii.iN
P. Asl '
relel I
nivi
H Ihi as-
y, uluiis and
Temple 13etn Snoiom iLiberal),
4144 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach.
Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor
Samuel Kelemer.
Friday 11
Rabbi Ki ivlll s|ieak
'lagui
Sabbath I" a in,
The congregatioi
to 9:1 II.--
a Vloiolay til
clay.
Congregalion Young Israel lOr-
thodox), 4001 Chase Ave., Miami
Beach.
XeW hi Weekday
- Sal H a
Mil >.., on >, ;,.i -
Prldays Satunl XI
SI .- -
Congregation Kneseth Israel
(Orthodox). 1415 Euclid Ave..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H.
Ever.
I'anto
guest i-.intor I i
will |
mil will I,
-
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K shruth M
Refreshments will be served following
the I .'uni Saturday morning servloaaj
al s:10 will l>e conducted by. Cantor!
Kline- Bar Mltsrvah of Bernard son of I
Mi and Mrs Nathan Hushman. 1573
I'eni! Ave Rabbi Ever will deliver a
le. Hire on the Portion of the Week.*
At 1:16 p.m. followed by Mlncha at
1:45 and Slialos Seudoa, donated by I
Mrs Marlow. Xnilros and remarks by I
guests. Maarlv to follow. Dally services I
at 8 a m.. evening at 6:16. Daily He- [
brew Scl.....I fxom < SO Monday through !
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+Jewisti fkridian
PAGE FIFTEEN
5T. 'reel
ian To Become Jewish
[cation Society Executive
ser Zussman, for the past three and a half years an
te of the Philadelphia Allied Jewish Appeal, and a
the United Stattes Army Reserve, was named executive
of the Jewish Publication Society of America, succeed-
[Maurice Jacobs, who has been executive vice president
past fourteen years, ac-
Ito an announcement made
fge Louis E. Levinthal,
It of the society.
joili> resigned to enter his
iblishing business as a
(enterprise, and ni& resign-
of March 15. 1950. was
with "regret." Mr. Zuss-
Bll assume his new office
Vuary 1.
lished in 1888, the Jewish
lion Society of America is
ly non-profit educational
ktion dedicated solely to
Bcation and dissemination
try, scientific and reli-
trlcs. Its primary purpose
>t books of Jewish interest
fcs and libraries throughout
Ilish-speaking world,
[ussman, who was born in
;r, N. Y., is a graduate of
liversity of Pennsylvania
Ihe received his B.S. in
\tlev graduation, he spent
years in Israel where he
Id the College of Humani-
;ho Hebrew University in
em. He was also on the
It staff of the Jerusalem
as an instructor.
returning to this country,
tsman entered the field of
?rvice, and was graduated
je University of Pennsyl-
School of Social Work in
ith the degree of Master
pi Service. Following grad-
I he was for a time on the
of the Pennsylvania
I of Social Work as an in-
Mt. Sinai Ladies'
Board To Meet
In its first full-size meeting
since the hospital opened early
in December, the executive board
of the Women's Auxiliary of Mt.
Sinai Hospital will hold a check-
up session on Friday, January 20,
in the presidential mansion on
the hospital grounds.
Committee chairmen will re-
port from all the volunteer serv-
ices, including the gift shop, snack
bar, library, nurses aide, out-
patient clinic, and nurses aides as
well as other auxiliary projects.
Mrs. Monte Selig, Mrs. Samuel
Simonhoff, and Mrs. Louis
Krensky, three of the auxiliary's
vice presidents, have been gov-
erning the auxiliary during the
temporary leave of absence of
Mrs. Max Dobrin, president.'Mrs.
Selig will preside.
Lesser Zussman
of the war, he held the rank of
major. He is now assigned as
public welfare officer of the 304th
Military Government Group
Headquarters in the Army Re-
serve.
Since leaving the service, Mr.
Zussman has been an executive
of the Philadelphia Allied Jewish
Appeal with primary responsi-
bility for agency budgeting and
administration.
Plan Donor Dinner
Plans are being made by the
Council of Pioneer Women of
Greater Miami for its annual
donor dinner to be held on Feb-
ruary 12 at 12:30 p.m. at Mendel-
sohn's Lincoln Manor, 2 Lincoln
Road, Miami Beach, according to
Mrs. Rosemary Gerson Kaplan,
president. Mrs. Bert Goldstein,
national president, will be princi-
pal speaker.
Mrs. Friedman Appointed
To Temple Isaiah Post
Mrs. Milton Friedman was ap-
pointed chairman of the hospital-
ity committee of the Sisterhood of
Temple Isaiah at a recent meeting
of the group. Serving with her
will be the Mesdames George J.
Bertman, Seymour Kreisler, Sam
Hohauser, Gussie Goldberg, Leah
Whalley, I^ee Bernstein and Ann
Berry.
Announcement was made of the
resumption of activities of the
sewing group which will meet
weekly on Tuesday evenings at
the Miami Beach Y. Mrs. Ben-
jamin Silvers and Mrs. Louis
Littman are co-chairmen of the
group. Articles made by members
of the group are sold to raise
funds for the support of the re-
ligious school and members and
friends are invited to participate
in the activities of the group.
Formation of a choral group
was also reported by Mrs. Clara
Mae Van Ness, president of the
group. Dr. Paul Beck, Temple
Isaiah cantor, will conduct the
group. Additional information
may be secured by calling Mrs.
Morris H. Lencer.
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Canasta Party Scheduled
A canasta and mah jong party
will be sponsored by the Sister-
hood of the First Jewish Con-
gregation of Coral Gables on
Wednesday. January 25, at 8 p.m.
at their center, 2410 Ponce de
Leon Blvd.
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