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

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
>LUME 23NUMBER 4
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1950
PRICE: TEN CENTS
insfer Of Israel Government
fices To Jerusalem Described
AVIV, (JTA)An official
incoment issued by the
government said this week
Ihe transfer of government
from Tel Aviv to Jeru-
|acl Cabinet,
ish Agoncy
-t Jointly
kUSALEM, (JTA) The
Cabinet and the Jewish
Cy met jointly here this
to discuss problems con-
\g immigration, abscorption
ligrants and financial rela-
lips between the two bodies.
was decided that wider
fcal issues should not be dis-
now. but postponed until
|idrafted by the American
of the Agencyon the
role of the Zionist move-
|in the light of the establish-
[of Israel has been discussed
onist leaders throughout the
Earlier this week, the
by decided to circulate this
[among world-wide Zionist
Vs rather than act on it at
fessi >n. The discussions will
as a prelude for the next
of the Zionist Actions
nittoe and the 23rd World
st Congress.
Agency's agricultural de-
ker.t has v/orked out a plan
the erection of 133 new
nts, it was announced
ireeit. Of the total 35 will be
fed exclusively by immi-
und 21 will concentrate on
Reduction of olives under the
fcy's plan to revitalize the
{rowing industry. Forty-twj
settlements will be estab-
by chalutzim and veterans.
35 settlements will be com-
. of persons who will support"
pelves partly on the land
partly by industrial labor.
i salem is continuing systematically
and that so far several ministries
have already been fully trans-
ferred.
The transfer of the Premier's
office, the Ministries of Com-
munications. Justice and Educa-
tion is nearing completion, the
announcement said. It added that
next week the transfer of the
Ministries of Interior, Immigra-
tion. Police and Labor will begin.
The Comptroller's Office will also
be moved next week to Jeru-
salem, as will the government
broadcasting studios.
Remaining in Tel Aviv for the
present will be the President's
Office, Foreign Office, Defense
Ministry, Tourist Bureau. Plan-
ning Department and the foreign
Currency Control Department,
the announcement said. The first
buildings to be constructed in
Jerusalem as the seat of the gov-
ernment will be the President's
Office, the Premier's Office and
the Parliament building, it added
A committee of architects and
engineers met this week to con-
sider plans to speed up the
building of the government seat
in Jerusalem on a plot where
preparations for the erection of
government buildings have al-
ready begun.
Truman Receives Civil
Rights Delegation
WASHINGTON, (JTA)Presi-
dent Truman this week received
a delegation from the National
Emergency Civil Rights Mobiliza-
tion, held here, and told the
group that he had been assured
by Vice President Barkley as
Senate Majority Leader Scott
Lucas that Congress will vote on
a Fair Employment Pratices bill
even "if it takes all summer."
IFFICERS NAMED TO HEAD MERGED
ARD OF THE COLLEGE-INSTITUTE
Here are the men and women who will direct the "foot soldiers" of the Metropolitan Unit for
the City of Miami during the 1950 Combined Jewish Appeal. Seated (1. to r.) are Mrs. Lilly Laster,
captain: Irving Saal. district leader; Max R. Silver, area chairman; Mrs. Rose Borkin, district leader
and Mrs. Beatrice Rothman, captain. Standing (1. to r.) are Benjamin Bass, captain; Mrs. Benjamin
Bass, captain; Martin Finkelstein, district leader; Jules Weiss, captain; Morris Laster, captain; Mrs.
Bessie Hecht, captain; Mrs. David Collins, captain and David Collins, captain.
Federation Steps Up Appeal Activities,
Kaye, Stone Headline Dinner Monday
Combined Jewish Appeal activi-
ties gain momentum as the formal
opening of the 1950 drive ap-
proaches.
Big event in the calendar for
this week is a special gifts dinner
on Monday. January 30, at 6:30
Chaplain Makes Plea
For Jewish Periodicals
An appeal was issued this
. week by Rabbi Morris A. Skop.
chaplain at the Pratt Veterans
Hospital, for books and maga-
zines dealing with Jewish life.
"Many servicemen are con-
I valescing and request maga-
I zines and books of Jewish
interest." the rabbi said.
"especially Commentary, the
National Jewish Post. The
Jewish Floridiaii ana t!:e Jew-
, ish Spectator and congrega-
tional bulletins from northern
cities."
Books and periodicals may
be left at any B'na; B'rith
lodge meeting, any post of
the Jewish War Veterans or
: meeting of any Ladies Auxili-
i ary branch, or at the hospital
in Coral Gables, according to
. the chaplain.
p.m. at the Westview Country
Club.
Headlining the event are
Danny Kaye. internationally
known blonde-tressed comedian,
and Valerie Stone, who has just
returned from a six-month survey
of the needs of Jews in Europe
and Israel.
A successful newspaper column-
ist, editor and radio commentator
for many years. Miss Stone is a
former staff member of the In-
formation Division of the United
Nations. Since the beginning of
the war. Miss Stone has become
known as one of the country's
foremost authorities on the role
of women in the world and at
present is writing a book on the
subject.
Co-chairman of the special gifts
division which is sponsoring the
affair are Abe Goodman and Her-
beit E. Scher.
Also on the agenda is a S363
minimum tea to be sponsored by
the women's division on Tuesday.
January 31. at the home of Mrs.
Samuel Katz. 3790 North Bay
Road. Miami Beach. Valerie Stone
will be chief speak-.-!-. Ch'.irmen
of the event are Mrs. -Mitchell
Wolfson and Mrs. Jack Ablin.
Assisting them them are the
Mesdames Katz. J. Altshul, Sam
American Jewish Committee Adopts
Program For 1950: Blaustein Reelected
[Letter A. Jaffe (left, above), Cincinnati attorney, was elected
rman of the united board of governors of the Hebrew Union
Fege-Jewish Institute of Religion at the organisation meeting of
leading body of the seminary in Cincinnati on Wednesday,
Wry 25. Judge Joseph M. Levine (right, above) and Frank L.
(left, below), attorney, both of New York City, were elected
chairmen. Dr. Nelson Glueck (right, below) is president
Micio of the board and president of the College-Institute, the
American seminary of Liberal Judaism.
NEW YORK, i JTA)A three-
point program sharply defining
the activities of the American
Jewish Committee at home and
abroad for the coming years was
adopted this week at the conclud-
ing session of the three-day 43rd
annual meeting of the organiza-
tion. Jacob Blaustein was re-
elected president for 1950.
On the national scene, the AJC
decided to lay the major emphasis
on the establishing of permanent
long-range program for bettering
group relations, while at the same
time continuing to exercise
yigilance against all overt anti-
Semitism and other forms of
prejudice. .
Overseas, the AJC decided to
concentrate on helping the foreign
Jewish communities to rebuild
their communal. social and
economic structures and to
strengthen their basic security.
The existence of Israel was* taken
into consideration in formulating
this decision.
On the Jewish community level
in the United States, the confer-
ence voted to concentrate' on
building up attitudes of con-
fidence in the permanence and
security of Jewish living, "justi-
fied by the realities and soc:.il
potentialities of American denu- !
cracy."
The 700 delegates at the parley.
representing the Jewish leader-
ship of 50 majjr cities throughout
the country, heard Mr. Blaustein '
reaffirm, in his presidential ad- \
dress, the principle that U.S. Jews ,
will always heio Israel, but will .
consider themselves Americans. '
He ridiculed charges cf "double
loyalty" advanced by some ele- ;
ments in America in connection \
with the interest which American
Jews have taken in Israel.
Declaring that Jov.s "have a:
particularly vital stcko in the!
continued progress of a vigorous
democracy," Mr. Balustein said:
i "We have this stake as human
I beings in an insecure world
which is interdependent: we have |
j this stake as Americans, seeking !
i to protect and advance the free I
institutions cf our country; we'
have it as Jews, who know the j
future of Jews in the United |
States and in every other country j
in the world, depends upon the
soundness of American demo-
cracy."
Blank. Abe Goodman. Sam Luby,
C. S. Myers, Matilda Ratner. Dan
Ruskin. Monte Selig and Sam
Simonhoff.
Plans are shaping up for an
achievement brunch ($120 mini-
mum) to be given by the women's
division at the Saxony Hotel on
Tuesday. February 7. Dr. Zev
Cohen will address the group.
Working on the affair are Mrs.
Joseph Fenias. Mrs. Carl Weinkle
and Mrs. Herbert E. Scher.
The Hotel division is hard at
work on plans for Hotel Week to
be held from February 5 to 12.
A buffet dinner at the Lord
Tarleton Hotel on Saturday,
February 4. will launch the in-
tensive fund-raising activities.
Chairman of the dinner is Aaron
Courshon. who is being assisted
by Joseph Gardner and N. Doug
Raff.
The group met Monday at the
Grossinger-Pancoast to discuss
plans for the week. Yehuda Heii-
man. leading Israeli journalist
addressed the gathering.
Hellman. in carrying out major
assignments for leading Jewish
and Hebrew publications, has
often been placed in the spotlight.
Several years ago. as correspond-
ent for the Palestine Post on
tour with the Anglo-American
Committee of Inquiry on Pales-
tine, he was arrested in Lebanon.
The young journalist, whose
duties have taken him to many
quarters of the world, was ed-
ucated at the Hebrew University
and the American University in
Beiruth.
Mrs. Jennie Grossinger and
Walter and A! Jacobs are sponsors
of the week. Harry Sirkin and
Joseph M. R' se are co-chairmen
of the h.itel unit. Members of the
sterring corn.'.nttee include Sid-
ney Birnbaum. Sam Lachman,
Irving Ficinkel. Paul Grossinger,
David Lever.s^n. Harry Koretsky,
Ralph Lachman. S. Rifkind,
Samuel Kaplan and Leo Eisen-
stein.
A s:cia'. 4it-together of eight
cha:: the town apparel
group cf the trades unit at the
home of Dr. Morris Goodman,
chairman cf the group.
A meeting of the South Miami,
Homestead and Corai Gables
leaders cf the metropolitan unit
took place Wednesday at the
home of Jack SHverman. Rabbi
Morris A. Skop spoke to the
assembly.
De Jure Recognition
ROME. (JTA)The Italian gov-
ernment this week extended de
jure recognition to Israel, an of-
ficial announcement issued by the
Foreign Office said.
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PAGE THREE
7/ Say...
one who has read Franz Werfel's novel, Forty
of Musa Dagh, can never forget its graphic
. It tells how the Turks murdered a million
lians. There is a strong suspicion that the
it planning and direction were done by Ger-
tperts. Yet this is neither the first nor the last
mass murder in the ruthless annals of human
lean Indians
|ce had occasion to visit Haiti and Jamaica. A
taxi took me deep into these balmy, delightful
t. I asked where were the Caribs, or other
hnal Indians who inhabited the West Indies
[Columbus came. The guide assured me there
lone left. In the history of Genocide, the tragic
If the American Indian occupies a pathetic
fcr. Millions of gentle, inoffensive children of
were killed wantonly by the ferocious Spanish
trs.
jrrifying account of these wholesale murders
Ift to us by a friend of Columbus. Bartolome de
Bsas. This conscientious monk made several
from Cuba and Haiti and pleaded with the
bh king to end the bloody carnage by his
pan subjects, who said mass daily and never
jked the Confessional. Nothing beyond pious
fcs. about bringing salvation to the heathen was
lished by the Catholic kings. Untold millions
fees and Incas also perished doing slave labor
silver mines, at a time when the Prelates of
lurch were in the new world more powerful
le Royal Governors.
roposed International Law
the worst of all horrors, the decimations by
fazis finally awakened the somewhat callous
ence of the world. A convention for preventing
lunishing of Genocide passed unanimously the
fal Assembly of the United Nations on December
B. If 20 nations ratify this convention, it will be
ne under International Law to murder men,
and children en masse because of race, re-
nationality, or ideology. Thus rulers or indi-
is, officials or subordinates would answer to
The Genocide Convention Of The United Nations
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
court tribunals for compulsory sterilization of groups,
for dispersing of families, for prevention of marriages,
for internment in slave camps, for starvation and
torture.
In the U. S. Senate, a resolution ratifying the
Genocide Convention is now pending. We cannot
conceive of any law maker voting against such a
resolution. But the American Jewish Congress is
sending out communiques for people to urge their
Senators to vote for ratification. Apparently there is
basis for the apprehension of this Jewish organiza-
tion. For it appears that no less a group than the
American Bar Association has taken an official posi-
tion in opposing the Genocide Resolution in the
Senate.
American Bar Association
The plain person can only wonder how this ag-
gregation of attorneys can oppose a law that would
prevent the reckless, wilful and wanton killing of
human beings by the million. The ordinary citizen
becomes more confused than ever. He is accustomed
to respect the American Bar Association as containing
the cream of the legal profession, noted for prestige,
learning, and integrity. Unfortunately, lawyers as a
group are not distinguished for their adherence to
progress, humanity, or liberalism. Power, big busi-
ness, reactionary interests lure the most skilful in
the profession. Serving corrupt clients and lobbying
for unjust causes in legislative bodies does something
to the legal gentryeven to those with a reputation
for integrity. An adroit lawyer often has recourse
to technicalities/ to evasions, to dilatory tactics, to
sophistry. Loyalty to clients can cause him to over-
look simple, elementary justice. Essential fairness is
sometimes submerged beneath an avalanche of
eloquence and chicanery. This is how gangsters,
murderers, and robber barons of big business are
able to defy the written and the unwritten laws.
Our legal system has been compared to a spider web;
the fly is caught but the hornet sails through.
Intervention
The spokesmen of the Bar Association reason that
the Genocide Resolution might endanger the
sovreignty of the U.S. Non intervention is the stock
argument employed by governments whenever asked
to protest against the persecution or annihilation of
minorities. It was used in behalf of the Turks, the
Czars, and the Nazis. The theory that one state
cannot interfere in the internal affairs of another
state is threadbare, fallacious, short sighted, and
mischievous. A timely intervention might have pre-
vented the Russian Revolutioncertainly World
War II.
Nurenberg Trial
Recently, the Jewish War Veterans showed on
Miami Beach a movie of the Nurenberg trial. This
picture is released by the War Department, if re-
quested by any veteran organization. It should be
shown to every Bar Association in the world. It
proved that the Nazi War Lords were convicted by
their own written statements, their own efficient
records, their own produced films. Yet Robert A.
Taft, the capable lawyer and isolationist Senator
before the war, protested the legality of this trial.
A similar position was taken by a Jewish professor
of law, Milton A. Konvitz, who did not think that
these 22 arch criminals, guilty of extermination
millions, should have been tried.
Justice Robert A. Jackson
Fortunately, there are also lawyers whose souls
are not dead to the dictates of humanity and common
sense. In one of the greatest speeches of all time.
Robert A. Jackson, of the U. S. Supreme Court,
opened the prosecution of the Nazi criminals at
Nurenberg with his masterful indictment. "It is
my purpose to show a plan and design to which
all Nazis were fanatically committed, to annihilate
all Jewish people. These crimes were organized and
promoted by the Party Leadership, executed and
protected by the Nazi officials, as we shall convince
you, by written orders of the Secret State Police
itself."
Every lawyer, whose mind is not befuddled with
legalistic hocus-pocus should protest the inhuman
stand of the American Bar Association. Every citizen
with a spark of humanity should urge his two Sena-
tors to vote for the Genocide Resolution.
Chapter To
lik Birthday
Chapter of Mizrachi
In will mark its second
lay at a party on Wednes-
[ebruary 1, at 8 p.m. at Beth
Rose Pertes, president,
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Goodman, president of the
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Sholem Lodge At Work On Annual
"Yiddish Night" Slated For Feb. 12
Mezzanine Floor
Baritone Marx Faber and Ben
Essen will be featured in a vocal
duet in the third annual presenta-
tion of "Yiddish Night," the
musical show to be sponsored by
Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, on
February 12 at the Miami Beach
Senior High School Auditorium.
Faber, a Miami attorney, has
been a member of the Miami
Opera Guild for several years
and has recently appeared in the
guild production "La Tosca."
Esse.n, formerly in the con-
trustion business and now a
practicing attorney, has produced
the "Yiddish Night" variety show
for two years and is at the helm
again this year.
A new original skit entitled
"The B'nai B'rith Arbitration
Board in Action" will be included
in the program featuring Mrs.
Ida Optner and Ben Essen. The
popular "Class in Yiddish," a
school-room scene, will be re-
peated with the addition of a
graduation-class ceremony.
Cantor Maurice Mamches will
join Mrs. Florence Lovinger and
Milton A. Friedman in a vocal
comedy trio with original lyrics
written by Producer Ben Essen.
Reservations for tickets may be
made through the B'nai B'rith
Council Offices, 330 Seybold
Building.
Prof. Clarke To Speak
Dr. Chaim Weizmann's auto-
biography, "Trial and Error," will
be reviewed by Prof. Edward
Clarke of the University of Miami
Saturday at 3:30 p.m. at the
Spinoza Outdoor Forum, 124 11th
St., Miami Beach. Charles H. Lee
will give the fourth in his lecture
series on "The Heavens and the
Earth" on Tuesday at 8:30 p.m.
Dr. Abraham Wolfson will pre-
side at both sessions.
Judge Holt To Speak
Judge George Holt will address
the members of Sholem Lodge,
B'nai B'rith, Friday, January 27,
at 12:15 p.m. in the Downtowner
Restaurant, Seybold Arcade. Sub-
ject of the discussion Will be "The
Controversy Concerning the New
Capital of Israel."
Badminton Clinic
The athletic department of the
Miami Jewish Community Center
will hold its first annual badmin-
ton clinic on Mondav, January
30, at 8 p.m. Rules of play will
be explained to all center mem-
bership groups.
Bet li llavid To
Install Leaders,
Receive Torah
A combined Siyum Hatorah and
installation of officers will be held
Sunday. February 5, at 8 p.m.
at the new Betli David-
The first Sefer Torah for the
new synagogue will be formally
presented to the congregation by
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cohen in
honor of Mr. Cohen's mother,
Mrs. Edith Cohen.
Installation of the newly-
elected officers and board of di-
rectors of the congregation will
take place and the officers of the
Beth David Sisterhood will be
presented.
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President Truman issued a brief statement whi
[ .d more than anything else we have seer, in
;ecent months to assay the objectives and value
cf U.S.N.A. both as an instrument
Jewry's rescue pre ram and as an aid to the U.S.
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rescue man] these irsons irom
the wan: and that 1 .: th u
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members ~: our society.
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zmircs session. All over the country .- -j
Community Centers and synagecue?in i?1!
hail? and homes, Jewish voices' ere r'~"
song. The Festival (February 4 to March
annualand stirringreminder ci the 6-!!
truth of an old and flavorsorr.e frxpres-;'nt3J
people that sings, lives!
This year's celebration of the Festival osoJ
with bright appropriateness on ShabbatSta
the Sabbath of Songis the sixth annual
wide observance end promises : be tHenJ
widespread and enthusiastically celsbrateddM
The Jewish Music Council, founder and J
ordinator of the month-long even:, points outS
in its goals it seeks to encourage 'more thantf
playing of and listening to Jewi;:: music, plea
:: i rewarding as tnose past:.:..; are" .
Council's programs and activities are ce'irJl
addition, to build a lasting, lively, ar.ij
ielligent interest in Jewish sic and
lulate creativity in tuat field: --imposition J
interpretation.
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response to Jewish Music Festival, as observajl
institution, is a wonderfully I u aiteninqoj
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. ..on of our job for rescuing ih.i.-ope's hJ
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ibi Lookstem Advocates Closer Ties
keen American, Latin American Jews
jp:ng up our Jewish G>>od
Ibc." policy with Latin-
lean Jewry is not only
fcting, but vital, today said
ated Rabbi Joseph II.
Rein of the Congergation
lima Soii4kN*h
Ml l.ai!81*lnN
11 ura I Series
: i series of book reviews,
res and symposiums planned I
|e ?lanna Senesch Gr>up of
s~:-h will be held Friday,'
J7. at 1 p.m. at Mendel-
L'ncoln Manor. 2 Lincoln j
M ami Beach, according to
in' uncement by Mrs. Morris !
II. esident.
I. M. Weinstein will open
>i ies with a review of Tyalor '
fell's 'Let Love Come Last."
i 1 chairman of the project |
Sol Leslie. Assisting her j
the Mesdames Max Weitz,
Holland, Doris Zwick,
Minor, Irving Stein, Arthur
i r, Maurice Klein, Samuel
k: lis, Jack Swerdlin, Irwin
Stein and Nathan Kaplan.
meetings are scheduled for
eccnd and fourth Friday of j
month and subscription I
; may be obtained from Mrs. |
|Gieenberg, ticket chairman,
ie Mesdames Abrams, Rose'
Lewis Levy, Abe Eisenberg, j
Klein. Felix Halzband, j
thy Shabot. Irving Frumkes, I
Bc-rWdson. Individual tickets j
j be secured at the door.
igregation Moves
th Israel Congregation j
ed to temporary quarters'i
N.W. 7th Ave. Recently]
d to serve the Jewish
s in Buena Vista and ]
ah, the synagogue holds i
on Friday at 5:15 p.m.]
urday at 9:30 a.m. Ru-
Brill officiates.
. jup, which meets every
My evening, is planning to j
lize a Talmud Torah and i
(ay School.
Kehilath Jeshurun, New York.
Rabbi Lookstein and Mrs.
L >okstein are now vacationing at
the orthodox Delmonieo Hotel in
Miami Beach. They expect to re-
main three weeks.
Recently Rabbi Lookstein initi-
ated the Jewish Good Neighbor
policy and principles on a special
two-months' trip he was asked to
make. He lectured and held serv-
ices throughout Latin-America.
"We must forge stronger lies
between Jews in North America
and South America." the rabbi
stated. "Our hopes and aspirations
are the same. Perhaps our sole
difference is that of language
only. Fundamentally, however,
we are all the same people, abid-
ing by the same ritual."
To foster closer understanding
an exchange of students will be
inaugurated in the near future.
Rabbi Lookstein is moving for-
ward to accomplish a student-
exchange which will see Argen-
tinians and Brazilians enrolled in
the New York Yeshivah Univers-
ity. Also anticipated is a rotation
of United States' rabbis who will
visit large and small Jewish con-
gregations in all the Latin-Amer-
ican countries.
Part of his aim also is to further
social work and institutional care,
for complete integration.
Rabbi Lookstein, who was
honored last year on the occasion
of his 25th anniversary with his
congregation, was personal emis-
sary for President Truman when
he traveled for the joint chiefs of
staff during the war to inspect
and report on D.P. camps in
Europe. He became international-
ly known as the consequence of
the detailed and accurate sum-
maries he brought to the world's
attention.
Pictured ebove is Herman
Yeblokoff. ^"The Clown," who is
appearing In person at the Plaza
Theatre, Miami Beach, through
January 30 Screen presentation.
"Mothers of Today," stars Esther
Fie'.d and Max Rosenblatt. Start-
ing Tuesday, January 31, the
Plaza will present on the stage
Cantor Samuel Malavsky and his
Family Choir, together with the
Marlin Sisters. A twin-bill picture
presentation brings to the screen
Paulette Goddard and Rodrich
Crawford in "Anna Lucasla;"
also "The Road to Israel."
Purim Ball Planned
The Miami Hebrew School and
Congregation is working on plans
for a Purim Ball to be held at the
Frolics Club on February 26, ac-
cording to William Weintraub,
chairman.
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FEP Legislation Termed Major Step In
Solving Race Relations Problem In South
opposition .to- ^"Ondesiremto^
ward fair employment practices
legislation is "the greatest single
step forward" that the South
could take in solving its race
relations problems. New York
State Supreme Court Jusl
slogan is separate bul
with more ana | s
equal rights for Negroes in :
ing. health and edu
"Indicative of the 5
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outlawing thi
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FDR Chapl B*n i B' th i u
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Co-chairmen of the evenl will
be Bernard Sandrow and Herbert
Lowe. Stanley Mintz and Aan i
Berkhoff will assist with arrange-
ments.
Proceeds will go toward the
March of Dimes. Ticket- are
available at the B'nai B'rith
Council office.
audience.
Addressing the Miami Beach
B"nai B'rith. Justice Steinbrink
said that FEPCeither on a fed-
eral or a state level"is one way
of assuring the one-third of the
South's population represented by
the Negroes of the la:: share ol
living which democracy demands
that they receivi
Raising the economic level of
the Negro, the jurist dee!.::. I,
would "automatically" solve half ^u, Carina Restaui
the problems of race relations. "It jjey according to Walter T
would replace despair with hope, president.
bitterness with responsibility. jjaj Murray will act as n
poverty with economic stability." 0f ceremonies and the "Sw eet-
he said. "A happier Negro popula- I heart of B'nai B'rith" will be
tion will mean a happier and downed,
more prosperous South."
Justice Steinbrink attributed
Southern fears of FEPC to "old
hatred and the old white su-
premacy philosophy." but. he de-
clared, "it is no secret that FEPC
has workedand worked well in
the Southduring the war years."
The jurist commended Miami
Beach for its recently-enacted
ordinance forbidding discrimina-
tory advertising by resort hotels.
also applauded the vigorous
light against the Ku Klux Klan
waged in Florida and other
Southern states.
Pointing out that the South
"has m vi i aw... fi :. the Klan
and its violence" he said. "South-
erners are as much outraged by
thi Klan's sporadic outbursts as
thei tiers ai
"The Klan has become frag-
ile .-aid. "Only in
Gi rgia where its value 'as a
political weapon under the
ic county unit electoral sys-
the Klan retain any
ilance i( importance. The
South evidently has made up its
that the Klan way is not
' |i .. ly to s ilve the race rela-
problem but alas, it is not
to adopt the full civil rights
progr. spoused by the Tru-
man administration, for whose
adoption all liberal groups must
continue to work. The great ma-
jority of whites in the South still
Tamp Consultant
Gives Advice
With of the nol
the sum- ping season
I the corner, says Raj Barmu.
camp consultant.
"Your child'- age
whichwillimm. : < limit youi
Miss Barnett re-
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..,, redf i rtain age group.-.
plan::
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mps which en-
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-.. k .. ling and artcraft
look into the location, water sup-
ply, .-. nit iry i facili-
:'ood and ;
imp consultant
warns.
Miss Barnett. who has had
man'.
consultant, will give advice about"
p selection. She may
reached at P. O. B ix 433. Miami
Beach.
Cardiac Groups
To Hold Tag Day
The Greater Miami chapters of
the National Children's Cardiac
Home will sponsor a tag day on
Saturday, February 4, proceeds
to go toward the maintenance of
children at the National
Children's Cardiac Home.
The dealer Miami Chapters
.. Dade Chapter, Mrs. Gertrude
president; Mrs. Roslyn
King. Tag Dav chairman: Miami
Chapter Mis David Rifas. presi-
dent: Mrs. Sal Ramagli. Tag Day
Arts 4 Crafts Clu*
Second session 0f th i
Jewish Community cZ,*
arts and crafts claa^g*
this week and will r
leathercraft. The w^S
offering puppetry to th 1
terested. Class Z.^1
Thursday at 7:307m i
center, under the Hir*,. 1
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chairrnan; Flamingo Chapter i
Doran Zinnei. preside-,"
Edmund Perls. Tag &'
man.
Beach AJC To Meet
The Miami B Chapti
the Ami ish i' >nj
will meet on M i :' 30,
at 1 p.m. at Temple Beth Sholom.
: i ,tii ann i ent by
Mrs. William Loeb, j sidi nl
A : urn on "The F En |
Practici C mmiss
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Participai thi Mi
Leia Rosenthal G Irudi Bi
i. nard Glickman, M le Sti
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Top performance of season is
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Joseph Cotten. seen in a Ihrill-
packed role in "The Third Man,"
having its Southern premiere al
the Miami. Lincoln and Miracle
Theatres on Wednesday. Feb-
Cannon, Shaw, Peterson ruary 8th. Joseph Cotlen, a Miami
Ml,n U: J r__ t l i boy' wi" aPPear in person on the
Make bid tor Legislature opening night of the premiere.
A three-man team of state leg----------------------
islative candidates running on a
legalized gambling-state lottery
platform was completed Saturday.
Irving W. Cannon, hardware deal-
announced his candidacy in
thi May primaries for one of
Dade's three seats in the state
house nt representatives.
He joined previously an-
nounced Carroll S. Shaw and Alex
N. Peterson on a platform of the
liberal gambling policy, state old
age pensions of $50 a' month for
everyone who reaches 65 regard-
less of the pensioner's financial
situation, the death penalty for
persons convicted of molesting
minors and repeal of the state
sales tax.
Other points mentioned bv the
trio are a state bonus for' vet-
erans, efforts to get a medical
and dental school for Dade
county, and creation of a central
state purchasing agency.
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Off the Record
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
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Abraham To Einstein .
aham was the father of
heism in religion Ein-
latest theory may well
him as the father of
(theism in science Abra-
aio doubt reached his con-
of oneness through reason
logic Einstein reached
incept of oneness in nature
h pure thought and intui-
[ He was able to form-
that concept in a mathe-
iil equation because, as he
imself, nature is a realiza-
f mathematical ideas .
am brought human logic
eligious life Einstein
llowed Abraham in science
In a recent book entitled
rt Einstein: Philosopher-
|tist," edited by Paul Arthur
p and published by the
fcy of Living Philosophers,
If the contributors, Virgil G.
ar Jr., says "one does sub-
al injustice to Einstein's
philosophy if he neglects
in's religious beliefs" .
ms to us only a man pos-
with the highest degree of
psity would delve so deeply
She problem of oneness in
e ... It was Rabbi Herbert
Idstein, himself a deeply re-
is man, who once said that
in points to a unity which,
ried to a logical conclusion,
bring to mankind a scient-
rmula for monotheism" .
in's latest unified field
would seem to bear out
the good rabbi said long
. At this time it would be
(fanation of the great idea to
llate its practical results .
in figures it will take at
a half century before it can
nslated into concrete mani-
lons We who may not
at day can take pride in the
ledge that we were contem-
Bi<' of the man who pierced
ircnt secret. .
And There .
Ian how to stimulate pros-
for the next fifty years is
hes..- of a book soon to be
hed by Representative Ben-
A. Javits Entitled
e by Investment," the book
be put out by Funk and
alls Company The
e offers a new social in-
lon which is bound to attract
public attention ... A fine
e for Jewish children was
tly published by Behrman
e ... It is "Molly and the
iath Queen" by Sadie Rose
'^fcrstein with illustrations by
He Ferril Folsom Some
Hhs ago this column warned
He rising spirit of Nazism in
H^orkvilles of America We
Bali d how the anti-Jewish
Heir- in the German sections
B^ large cities were raising
ugly heads Latest re-
Hions of what is going on in
B sections confirm our dis-
pe of months ago ... In the
wille section of New York
Semitic manifestations are
ick they can be cut even
a dull knife ... If your nose
lys your Jewishness you can-
ess that section without h'av-
feomeone letting you know
belong in Israel" The
keepers selling the "Broom"
other anti-Semitic sheets
is impudent as if they were
Hulers of the country .
When a decent person protests
against the sellers of hate he is
likely to be pounced if there is
no cop around And if there
is one he is likely to look the
other way When war veterans
recently demonstrated before the
newsstands selling the hate
sheets, the people who inhabit
that part of the city gave them a
cold reception Jewish resi-
dents are afraid to open their
mouths There have been un-
reported cases of anti-Semitic as-
saults on men, women and chil-
dren.
Ill Council To
Meet Feb. 2
First official meeting for 195(1
of the B'nai B'rith Council of
Greater Miami has been called by
Council President George j.
Bertman for Thursday, February
2, at 8:15 p.m. at the coun-il
offices, 330 Seybold Building.
I Elliott Perry Ever
To Become Bar Mitzvah
Kabbi and Mrs. Isaac H. Ever
announce the Bar Mitzvah of
their son, Elliott Perry, to be held
Saturday, January 28, at Kneseth
Israel. A reception will follow
the services in the social hall of
j the synagogue
Seek Re-Election
To School Board
Three Dade County school board
members announced last week
they would seek re-election in
the May primaries.
The incumbents, all of whom
have been on the board four
years, are Harley O. Lasseter,
James A. Henderson and Harley
G. Collins. Lasseter currently is
board chairman.
Only opposition for any of the
three to date is Jim Noel, presi-
dent of the North Dade chamber
of commerce, who announced that
he will run against Collins.
Charles G. Turner, a former
board chairman who was defeated
by Henderson in the last election,
has announced he is seriously
co/isidering contesting Henderson
again.
The young man is attending the
Hebrew Academy and intends to
continue his studies after gradua-
timi in one of the seminaries in
Mew York City.
Rabbi and Mrs. Ever will be
host! at an open house in honor
<>{ the Bar Mitzvah on Sunday
afternoon from 2 p.m. at their
home, 912 Euclid Ave., Miami
Beach.
Relative8 and friends are in-
vited to attend.
Beth David Meeting
Bernard A. Sterling, president
of the Beth David Congregation,
announces that a meeting of the
congregation will be held Wed-
nesday evening, February 1, at
the new Beth David, S.W. 3rd
Ave. and 26th Road.
i
Reports will be heard from
delegates to the recent district I
executive committee conference |
held in Jacksonville and projects :
will be outlined for 1950 by loose
presidents.
Latest additions to the expanced j
council are the Hollywood and |
Ft. Lauderdale lodges. Leo Stein-
man, B'nai B'rith veterans serviu
chairman, will report on tl-
weekly programs sponsored bv
B'nai B'rith at the Pratt Veterans
Hospital. President Bertman will
announce committee appoint- ^.-...litirf #A Slft.^lL
ments planning the first annual SM" ,1Ilfc lo V" *
B'nai B'rith Orientation day I fo MIScl scheduled for March 12 at th. ,, ,__.. ., ___
Roney Plaza Hotel. L.Ra-v. Sterling of the Greater
Miami Crime Commission will be
I tin' < Palsy Victims Tour Dairy i ""'-''"g <>f the Miami
Third in a series of educational I
ind recreational programs for
cerebral palsy youngsters wa*
held January 14 at the Foremost
Dailies. The children toured the
dairy and were shown how milk
and ice cream is made and Btored,
by Jack Tierney, general man-
ager of the dairy.
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Manischewitz To
Expand Services
Acting in response to en-
thusiasm for the growing new
line of Manischewitz Kosher
Products, the B. Manischewitz
Sigma Rho Chapter of A/A
provided transportation.
The program, under the chair-
manship of Mrs. Edward Weiss, is
one of the projects of the Celebial
Palsy Parents Council, Dade
County Society for Crippled
Children.
Masada on Thursday, January 26,
at 8:30 p.m., at the Miami Beach
Jewish Community Center. Sub-
ject of Sterling's address will be
""Law Enforcement."
The program has been arranged
by Stanley Spieler. An election
will be held for the two newly
designated positions of first and
second vice presidents. Gilbert
Kappa port will preside at the
iiiisini'.ss session.

Company is launching a program
of expanded service to the public
and the retail trade, it was an-
nounced by D. Beryl Manis-
chewitz, vice president and chair-
man of the matzo-baking firm.
Speaking to a Chicago trade
meeting of Manischewitz sales
representatives and distributors
from all parts of the country,
Manischewitz declared:
"Public acceptance of Manis-
chewitz kosher foods has
prompted us to expand both our
line of fine kosher foods and the
facilities for bringing them into
more homes."
In outlining the company's new
program. Manischewitz pointed
out that this would be of parti-
cular advantage during the com-
ing Passover holiday, making
available an even finer and more j
varied than ever before of
Manischewitz Matzo products and
other holiday foods.
Hollywood l,od;v
To Seat Leaders
Hollywood Lodge of B'nai
B'rith will hold its third annual
installation dinner dance at th<
Mayfair Theatre-Restaurant on
Sunday, January 29, at 7 p.m..
according to an announcement by
Dr. Herbert Heiden, president.
Charles M. Daniels is chairm.iii
of the affair. E. Albert Pallot.
past president of B'nai B'rith
Council, will act as installing
officer.
Tickets for the evening, which
includes a complete seven course
dinner, show, tax and tip. may >
obtained by calling Max Bohiir
or Dr. Milloff in Hollywood.
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 27
Mnriivn Newman
Wears White down
PerTVnaNy Speaking
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Mrs. Albert Seider. end Mrs W- -= *?
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fc: Nashville Teas 10 let _
Leer. May a recent bnae. rcrs. --; -
Se.de- daughtei of Mrs. Se: *
Visit iqDi sndMrs. Abra: --' S;V
:re Mrs. Kitten's sisters Mrs n...............
zr.d '..I:- A. Turim, New Yo:.-:
* *
Mr. and Mr. Frank Berae: J
c the encaaemeni.....e.. ac- -
* *
ftrnvina corn -j1-esvme ..... >_
Beech is the:: son Marvin, v.....S u <
.Mrs. .Vorro'i Fe'.lman
Mendelsohn's Lincoln Manor
pi v:ded the setting for the wed-
ding of Mis Marilyn Newman to
V. rt n Fell:v..-.r. n New Year's
day. 29:h wedding anniversary of
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Max
Newman of New York
Th bridegroom's parents are
Mr and Mrs Benjamin Fellman.
S.W. 51st Ct.
The bride w ire a white ankle
length gown. A flower tiara held
h< 1 veil.
Miss Beatrice Fleishman. Mas-
ptth. L. -I.. was rnuid of honor.
Irving Fellrnan. Dayton. Ohio.
was best man for his brother.
Rhoda Deutschman was flower
)!
Ushering were Irwin Block.
Jules Channing. Buddy Edelman.
Irving Epstein. Dave* Pearl and
Dr. Emanuel Pushkin.
The bridegroom is a graduate
of Cooper Union. New York, and
is associated with M. W. Deutsch-
man, consulting engineer, here.
The former Miss Newman at-
i the Fashi n Institute of
Tr.hnology in New Y :'.-.
Following a h ineym n in South
Fl r:da. the newlyweds are re-
ing at 3511 S.W. 10th St.
Hattie Horwilz has beer, named
c.-.airman of s variety show to be
presented by the Cora! Gables
-'ewish Center or. Sunday. March
5 at the Coral Gables Elementary
School. Slated tc appear in ih.
presentation are members of the
center, students at the University
ci Miami and professional talent
'-"-. the Plaza Theatre. Ed
Crassner will direct and Mel
Rabat of the Miracle Theatre
'--I emcee.
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Long Island is visiting his
:. 307 Bth St., Miami Beach.
Beech is I
University ci T'.cr.d
Isidore Cohen cf Hampstead
r-arents Mr. and Mrs. Morris C
h *
Mr. and Mrs. Benson Cummis of Now,:,: N. I. are visiting
Mrs. Cummis' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Boer.inger, 2648
S W 30th Ct. Mr. Cummis is an executive of Saks fifth Avenue
and Mrs. Cummis is a buver tor Barr.berger's Department Store.
' *
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Mannheimei ol Miami Beach returned
this week after a period of three and a half months in Israel.
Mrs Mannheimer is director of the Mar.nheimer School.
+ *
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Rose announce the birth of a daughter.
Ellen Gale, on Saturday. January 14, at Harper Hospital in
Detroit. Mrs. Rose is the daughter oi Mr. and Mrs. Max Feit, 835
Collins Ave., Miami Beach.
*
Dr. and Mrs. Eugene Weiss. 1982 Marseilles Dr.. Miami
Beach, announce the birth of a daughter, Ann Helen, on January
14 at St. Francis Hospital. Dr. Weiss is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
J. R. Weiss, pioneer residents of Miami Beach.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Philip R. Warshaw, 422 S.W. 25th Road,
announce the birth of a son, Ira Greg, born January 17.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Stigel, their daughter, Mrs. Fred
Bulbin, and granddaughter. Susan, all cf Roanoke. Va., are
j spending two weelcs at the Towers Hotel. Mrs. Bulbin is the
daubhter-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bulbin of this city.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Aronovitz, 2130 S.W. 21st Ave., will
motor to Tampa this weekend to attend the unveiling of a
! memorial to Mrs. Aronovitz's mother, Mrs. Fannie Silverman.
j Accompanying them will be Sol Schwartz, Mrs. Aronovitz's
uncle, and his daughter, Mrs. Isidore Fine.
* -fc *
Spending the season with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dickson 2060
NW 22nd Ave., are Brooklynites Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Katz
The Miamians and their guests recently spent the weekend in
West Palm Beach, where they visited Mr. Dickson's brother
Maurice, and his family.
*
Mr. end Mrs. Max Elkin. former residents of Miami Beach
now residing in Mount Clemens, Mich., are spending the season
&. StfTSS Mlaffli Beack- The>-aie pw
andEhHarv2nihNeT ^^ 9niddaughl of Mr.
Mi and Mrs. Martin Greenbera, 130 S W 51s- Pt nn
the birth oi a son, Andrew Wayne, born at" Moum's lc P
on January 11. Br;s was held at the G-ee-heS 5 Sp"ai
with the Rev. Philip Fried c5i^:^vSn^e0uSURday
baby's great uncle was Sandef She \, Greer'bera' *e
Block, Mrs. Arthur BookbindeTcnd Denni SZJt*. P
bergs, who are also the parents o* ai J-S? i ^
Susan, entertained en the lawnlollow^ "*"
Beverly Kallin,
Allen Brcnnep'wy
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Mrs. Bernard Yagerman
Dorothy Milberg
Now Mrs. Yagerman
Living at 1775 S.W. 22nd Terr.
are Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Yager-
man, whose marriage took place
on December 18 at the Sorrento
Hotel.
The bride is the former Doro-
thy Milberg. daughter of the
Jacob Milbergs. 2845 N.W. 22nd
V.v The bridegroom is the son
I Mr. and Mrs Isidore Yagerman
of Brooklyn. *
The bride wore ivory satin with
,. veil of imported Belgium lace
by her mother at Tier
wedding.
Maid of honor for her sister
was Miss Carol Milberg. Best man
was George Wertz.
The bride is a graduate of White
Plains High School and attended
the University of Miami. Mr.
Yagerman. a graduate of Brook-
lyn Technical High School, also
attended the University of Miami.
i
wi
Mrs. Allen Brenner
Miss Beverly Kallin. da-rtJ
of Mr. and Mr.- Darrel iSJ
1520 S.W. 5th St.. becaaTi
bride of Allen Brenner.
Mrs. Mae Brenner. 1463 RJ .j
Ave., on December 25 a- J
Sorrento Hotel. Miami Beacil
The bride wore white -M
fashioned with shaped off-3
shoulder neckline filled in tm
marquisette. Point de YetJ
edged the shoulders and *3
and made the head piece aI
held the fingertip veil.
The couple honeymooned J
Havana. Cuba.
Palays Entertain
At Musicale
Albert Hirsh. well known con-
cert pianist, entertained guests at
a recent musicale at the home of
D: and Mrs Lewis Palay in
Miami Beach.
Hirsh. who has combined solo
ind ensembli work, received his
n America and
- playe I e of the leading
h luses in the United
51 and Canada. He toured
I thi world's greatest
Deluding Feuer-
Milstein, Mormi.
tti nd Garboresova.
: :n the program were
i ms by Bach. Debussv.
Chopin. Sh stakovitch.
Among the 40 guests present
e Miss Anyuta Melicov. Miss
Ruth Brotman, Miss Youngerman.
nd Mrs. Leo Huberman,
and Mrs. Kenneth Oka.
nd Mrs Ed Mandell. Mr.
n and daughter. Dr
and Mrs. Julius Pearson. Dr. and
; Le Fishbein, Dr. and Mrs.
:;- rravers, Dr and Mrs. Wm.
. n. Dr and Mrs. M. Block.
M v ?,SilVer- M' und M".
K indel Mi and Mrs. Louis
;'- Harry Bardin. Dora
:. -.. J hn Raffner. and
an : Mrs Hyman Seligman.
Flagler-Granada Bowlj
Two weeks remain in the J
half of the 36-week FaJ
Granada Jewish Commur.ttyCJ
ter handicap bowling lein
tournament.
The Sox. captained by iUji
Lang ,is being closely purtufl
the Yankees, led by Milton Sha
berg. High men an Ray Leva
Herman Feldman and Mill
Lubel.
Second half of the league t1
petition is set for early Febryflj
The group bowls every Tuaj
night at 9:30 at the Playf^
Bowling Alley.
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h Auxiliary
pet Tuesday
[Miami Beach Women's
i the Jewish Home for
-.11 hold a meeting at
Khn's Lincoln Manor, 2
R :\d. Miami Beach, on
January 31. at 12:30
I ng to Mrs. Sol Silver-
i man of the summer
in t. Culmination of the
will take place at that
tenjamin Appel will pie-
tile business meeting. A
program featuring songs
W. L. Stephans, Chicago.
kf Mrs. Benjamin Sherry,
tiled. Miss Anyuta Melicov
Jompany her at the piano.
Ilavid Units
Card Party
Id and games party will be
led by the Beth David
[>od and PTA on Sunday.
29. at 8 p.m. at the new
avid.
lAlex Steibel is chairman
: event. Assisting her are
ela Eichenbaum and Mrs.
Jrgaa. Reservations may be
calling Mrs. Max Siegel.
lax Bergman or Mrs.
[ Berney.
ieer Women
Bookspans
^er Women Club No. Two
li Beach honored Mr. and
Bookspan on the occasion
Ir thirty-eighth wedding
rsary recently at Harfenist
pant, Miami Beach.
en Book certificates were
ed to Mrs. Celia Landy.
Mrs. Jacob Kranz. Mrs.
Ister. Mrs. Gratz and Mrs.
Vegman. in memory of her
I Mr. Bell.
Hayeled certificates were
fed to Mr. and Mrs. W.
in honor of their grand-
r and Mrs. Marcus in honor
kir granddaughter. Mrs.
kith in honor of their great
Dn.
fcipal speakers at the affair
Abe Hamlin and Mr.
Btz.
Mrs. Bessie L. Pouzzner
Kneseth Israel Congregation will install its newly elected officers on Sunday. January 29, at
7 p.m. at the synagogue. Officers to be instal'ed are (1. to r.) Isaac Sobel. recording secretary; Max
Lippman. second vice president; Abraham Werman. first vice president; Rabbi Isaac H. Ever
installing officer; Abraham Finestone, president; Wolf Sirot. honorary life president; Samuel R.
Sherman, third vice president; Solomon Steiner, financial secretary. The board of trustees to be
installed includes Jacob Bandes, I. B. Eisenstein. Harry Ginsburg, E. Goldman. Max Goldman. Harry
Kreegslem, William Krimsky. Judah Kresch. Morris Linlciner. Jacob Miller. Max Schlenger, Henry
Spero. Nathan Sugar. Meyer Zomick and Morris Sevin.
Cantor To Sing
i At Kneseth Israel
Cantor Sholom Katz will con-
I duct services at Kneseth Israel
on Friday and Saturday, January
127 and 28. He will also lead
! community singing at an Oneg
| Shabbat on Friday night at 8:30
I and will present a Maariv musical
; festival on Sunday at 8 p.m.
Sunday evening's program will
include cantorial selections, He-
brew and Yiddish folk songs,
Israeli favorites and songs of the
ghetto.
Everglades To Meet
t Everglades of the Work-
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ry 7, at 8:30 p.m. at the
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Purim Fete Scheduled
Plans are being formulated by
the Flagler-Granada Jewish
Community Center for a Purim
festival to be held at the Coral
Gables Woman's Club on March 4.
Mrs. James Segal is chairman of
the event.
Card Party Scheduled
The Sisterhood of the Miami
Hebrew School and Congregation
will hold a luncheon and card
Organization Formed
A new organization was
formed last Thursday night at
the old Beth David. To be
known as the Downtown Syna-
gogue and Talmud Torah, the
new unit plans to acquire the
downtown property of Congre-
gation Beth David, which has
moved to its new building at
S.W. 3rd Ave., between 26th
and 27th Roads.
Composed of residents of the
downtown area who desire to
maintain services three times
daily at the N.W. 3rd Ave.
edifice throughout the year, the
group is headed by Hyman
Sootin.
party on Wednesday, February 1,
at 12:30 p.m. at the building, 1101
S.W. 12th Ave. Mrs. Isidore Fogel
is chairman of the event.
Personally Speaking...
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Freed of Minneapolis, Minn., are
spending the season here. During their stay they are being
entertained by their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Bulbin.
* *
Rabbi and Mrs. Jacob Milgrom are visiting Mrs. Milgrom's
mother, Mrs. Ruth Berman.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. H. Yanowitz will be hosts at a party on
January 31 in honor of the third birthday of their daughter,
Anne Merle.
Barkai To Speak
B. A. Barkai, noted Israeli
journalist, will discuss "The
Change of Names in Israel" at a
meeting of the Histadruth L'Tar-
but Ivrith on Sunday. January 29.
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raiDAY^ANUABv.
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
Northside Jewish Center. 6231
N.W. Fixsl Ct.
Sunday acaool cUuea every Sunday
at iht- office of Dr. Wm. Boros, 65j
>; W. (2nd St. Hebrew claaaei under
direction of Rev. Philip Kn>- N W. 4tli Ave. on Mondays ana
Thursday* 11 -in 4 t" 6 p m
Congregation beth Tfilah (Or-
thodox), 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami
Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
orsky.
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Miami Beach.
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Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W.
12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Berele Kelemer.
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Late I' mini foru I
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Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig;
Cantor Milton Freedman.
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Miami (Orthodox). 842 N.W. 47th
St.
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Saturday morn t :' .
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Temple Isaiah (Reform). 1536
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Temple Israel (Reform). 137
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I, JANUARY 27, 1950
ill In Race
legislature
his second bid for a
the state Legislature,
I L. Segall, 42-year-old
attorney, announced his
for the seat being
MttiifcjilM
:,|
PAGE ELEVEN
The young attorney is a mem-
ber of the Elks Lodge, the Com-
munity Chest, Dade County and
Florida Bar Associations, the Red
Cross and the March of Dimes.
A graduate of Miami schools,
Segall attended the University of
Florida and the University of
Illinois and received his law de-
gree from Northwestern. He be-
gan practice here in 1933 and
served as an assistant attorney
general for the state of Florida.
During the war he served in the
Department of Justice lands ac-
quisition division.
LEGAL~NOTICE
oy Rep. Grant Stockdale,
run for Congress.
in Tampa, the candidate
fed in Miami since 1910.
[been extremely active in
airs, having served as
|t of the Miami Zionist
r three terms, chairman
itstanding citizens project
em Lodge, B'nai B'rith,
of the professional
the Greater Miami Jew-
eration, and head of the
;e which chooses Dade
man and woman of the
is chairman of the board
foung Democratic Club of
punty and has been active
successful campaigns of
Court Justice T. Frank
land Commissioner Louie
|TICE TO CREDITORS
oUNTY JUDGE'S cnrRT
For DADE COUNTY,
. IX PROBATE, No.
hTATE OP
EH FELDMAN,
I
Idltors and All Persona Hav-
i or Demands Against
Mate:
till each of you, are hereby
pii'l required to present any
till demands which you, or
ii, may have against the
CHARLES FELDMAN, de-
kti- of Dade County. Florida,
fu. w. P. iiuntox. County
Hade County, and file the
his office In the County
In Dade County, Florida,
pulii calendar month* from
pi the first publication hereof.
or demands to contain
address of the claimant and
urn to and presented as
or same will be- barred.
ion 120 of the 1933 Probate
lannary 86th, A.D. 19.'i0.
l-BiN KAPLAN,
i ii tor of the Last Will and
.nieiit of Charles Feldmaii,
ed.
HEIMAN & KAPLAN
for Executor
10-17
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ted and Announced by
SIMON SEIDEN
... ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
'.',K,.f'v!r"'U"A' IN' AX" '""i: DADE
SKS' 'N OHANCERV, No.
JACOB QROS8, Plaintiff, vs
CAROLINE a ROSS, Defendant.
TO: CAROLINE OROSS
7206 18th Avenue
Brooklyn, New Fork
You are hereby ordered and required
in serve a copy of your Answer to the
I'.ill of Complaint, a copy of which
Is enclosed herewith, on Plaintiffs
attorney, and file the original in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 23rd day of
February, 1950, otherwise the al-
legations of said liill will be taken
as confessed by you.
Hated at Miami,' Florida, this 23rd
day of January, 1950.
E. R LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk,
SAMUEL J. HAND, Attorney
617 Seybold Building
-Miami. Florida
1/27 2/3-10-17
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT (iF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
129674.
B.Mtl'.AKA EMMA CREECH, Plain-
tiff, vs. JOSEPH EDWIN CREECH,
Defendant.
TO: JOSEPH EDWIN CREECH,
1 Church Street.
Webster. Massachusetts.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED a liill of
Complaint for divorce has been filed
against you in the above cause and
you are required to serve a copy 'if
your Answer on the plaintiff's at-
torney and file the original in the
office itf the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 23rd day ..f
February, 1950; otherwise the allega-
tions of said BUI of Complaint will
be taken as confessed by you.
Jauary 2S, 1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M c. PEIQE,
Deputy Clerk.
JACK A. ABBOTT,
Attorney for Plaintiff,
927 Lincoln Road,
Miami Hiaih, Ha.
1/27 2/3-1(1-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (IIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Biscayne Shore Market at 10990 BIs-
eayne Boulevard, Dade County, Flor-
ida, intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
ALBERT BARON
JOSEPH LEVINE
HARRY DIET/.
Attorney
1/27 2/3-1(1-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engaged in
business under the fictitious name of
Bonito Cleaners at 10S S. \V. 16th
Avenue, Miami, Florida, intend to
register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of l>ade County,
Plorlda.
MICHAEL SEGALL and
SAKA"H SEC A LI.
1/27 2/3-10-17-24
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCl'IT COI'KT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OK FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY, No.
129629.
SAM BEITSCH, Plaintiff, vs.
MARY BEITSCH. Defendant.
TO: MARY BEITSCH
S15 Del ma i
St. Louis, Missouri
You are hereby ordered and re-
quired to serve Copy of your Answer
to the Hill of Complnint, a CO of
which is enclosed herewith, on Plain-
tiff's attorney, and file the original
In the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 2th
day of February. I960, otherwise the
allegations of said Bill will be taken
as confessed by you.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 20th
dav of January, I960.
E. B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the circuit Cburt.
(Circuit Court Seal)
Its (1. C. LEWIS, JR.,
Depute Clerk.
SAMUEL .1. RAND. Attorney
817 Beybold Building
.Miami. Florida
I 27 2/3-10-17
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
< Ol NTY. IN CHANClERY, No.
129712.
EI.MER E. HEI.DT, Plaintiff, vs.
LOUISE HELDT, Defendant.
TO: LOUISE HEI.DT.
Residence Unknown
You are hereby notified that a
Bill of Complaint for Divorce has
been filed against you, and you are
Required to serve a copy of your
Answer or Pleading to Ihe Bill of
Complalnl on the Plaintiff's Attorney,
E. Paul P.eatty. whose address Is
i.2T Seybolil Building, Miami, Florida,
and fib' the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 27th
day of February, 1950. If you fail to
do so, Judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded In the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each Week for four consecutive weeks
in Till: JEWISH PLORIDIAN.
1)N"E AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 24 day of January, A.D.
I960.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, circuit Coon,
Hade County, Plorlda.
i Circuit Court Seal)
By: WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
E. PAUL BEATTY
Attorney at Law
627 Seybold Building
Miami 32. Florida
1/27 2/3-10-17
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN COUNTY JUIXiE S O lURT, DADE
COUNTY, FLORIDA.No. 21795.
RE: ESTATE OF
JACOB WEINER,
Deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given that 1
have filed my final report and petition
for Final Discharge as Executrix of
the estate of Jacob Weiner, deceased:
and that on the 27 day of February.
I960 I will apply to the Honorable
VV. F. Blantoii, County Judge of Dade
County, Florida, for approval of said
final report and for final discharge
as Executrix of the estate of Jacob
Weiner, deceased.
This 20 dav of January, 19.i0.
BERTHA WEINER.
WEI X STEIN. WEI N STEIN &
WEINSTEIN
42" Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla.
Attorneys for Estate of
Jacob Weiner, deceased.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT oh' THE
1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
Flip. DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY. No. 129585.
ALLISON W. ABERNATHY, Plain-
tiff, vs. MILDRED ABERNATHY.
I vfendant.
TO: MILDRED ABERNATHY
1414 COker Avenue
charlotte, North Carolina
Yoii are required to serve a copy of
your answer to the Bin 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 20th day of
February, A. D. 1950: otherwise, the
Bill of Complaint for Divorce hereto-
fore filed herein will be taken as
confessed by you.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this the
18th day of January. 19X0. ,.
E B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Hade County. Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By ii. C. LEWIS, JR.,
Deputy Clerk.
NORMAN It. LYONS. ESQ.
Attorney for Plaintiff
914 Olympia Buildiug
Miami. Florida
1/20-27 2/3-10
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY, No. 189684.
ANITA C. WOODWARD, Plaintiff, VS.
BERNARD WOODWARD, Defend-
ant.
TO: BERNARD WOODWARD
e/o Mrs. John Woodward
440X Livingston Rd., S.E.
Washington. D. C.
You are required to serve a copy
of vour answer to the Bill for Divorce
on "the plaintiff's attorney and to file
the original answer in the office of
tin. Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 2(lth day of February. A.D.
19.10; otherwise, the Bill of Complaint
for Divorce heretofore filed herein
will he taken as confessed by you.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this the
ISth day of January, 1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Qircuit Court,
I iade County, Morida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
Ry Q. C. LEWIS, JR..
Deputy Clerk.
NORMAN R. LYONS. ESQ.
Attorney for Plaintiff
914 Olympia Building
Miami. Sloi Ida
] 20 -27 2/3-10
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCl'IT COURT OF THE
11 tit JUDICIAL CIRCl'IT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA,
IN CHANCERY, No. 129197.
MARJQRIE ENC.I.E 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 to serve a copy of your answer
to Plaintiff's Bill of Complaint for
Divorce in the above styled cause
upon the nttorney for the. Plaintiff,
and to serve your original answer
upon the Clerk of the Circuit Court in
the above Styled cause on or before
the 15 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)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
JOSEPH K. MALEK
Solicitor fof Plaintiff
416-418 Lincoln Building
Miaml Beach 39, Florida "
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
23530.
In Re: ESTATE OF EDITH
WILLETT SURKEIN, also known
as EDITH WILLETT, IDA WIL-
LETT. anil IDA WILLETT
SURKEIN. Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You. and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of EDITH WILLETT SUR-
KEIN. deceased, late of New York
County, N. Y. and Dade Countv Flor-
ida, to the Hon. w. f. BLANTON,
County Judge of Dade County, and
file the same In his office ill the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within eight calendar months from the
date of the first publication hereof
Said claims or demands to contain the
leuai address of the claimant and to
be sw.nn t.. ami presented as afore-
said, or same will be barred. See
Section 12U of the 1933 Probate Act.
Date January 1:1th, A.D. 1950.
THEODORE J SAKOWITZ.
As Ancillary Administrator of the
Estate of EDITH WILLETT
SURKEIN, Deceased.
1/20-27 2/3-10
LEGAL NOTICE
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, Florida, intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
ABE GOLD
Sole owner
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicant
Seybold' Bldg.
1/20-27 2/3-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the. undersigned, doatrln? to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SAVE-MORE AUCTION SALES at
2702 N. \V. 27th Avenue, Miami,
Florida. Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade Countv. Florida.
ROBERT L. TEPPER
B. BABE SHARCAA
THEODORE J. SAKI IWITZ
Attorney for Applicants
1/20-27 2/3-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
notice is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under tin- fictitious name.of
FATHER & SON HARDWARE
STORE at 1516 s. W. 3rd Avenue,
Miami. Florida, intend to register
said name with the clerk of tin-
Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida.
HARRY RUBEN-
ARM EN RUBEN
MAN R. SILVER
Attorney for Applicants
1/13-20-27 2/2-10
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No.
23356.
In Re: ESTATE OF
JACOB SOFFER,
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
cither of you, may have against the
; estate of Jacob Soffer, deceased, late
of Dade County. Florida, to the Hon.
i W. F. lilanton, County Judge of Dade
I County, and file the same In his
I office In the County Courthouse in
Dole County, Florida, within eight
j calendar months from the date of the
i first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
i dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be bailed. Bee Section 120 of the
1933 Probate Act.
Date Dec. 29, A.D. 1949.
LENA SOFFER.
As Ex-cutrix of the Last Will and
Testament of Jacob Soffer. De-
ceased.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Executrix
1/6-13-20-27
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 129496.
MARGARET EVANS. Plaintiff, vs.
ALFRED JOHN EVANS, Defendant.
THE STATE OP FLORIDA:
TO: 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 Complaint, copy of
which is enclosed herewith, on the
Plaintiff's attorney, and file the
original in the office of the Clerk of
the circuit Oourt on or before 20 day
of Fell.. 195", otherwise the allega-
tions of said Bill will be taken a3
confessed by you.
DATED at Miami, Florida, this 13
day of Jan., 1950.
E. P.. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
KAPLAN. DIETZ AND I.ASKY
and JOSEPH W. MALEK
Solicitors for Plaintiff.
350 Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach. Fla.
1/20-27 2/3-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
REALTY APPRAISAL ASSOCIATES
at 4614 S.W. 11th Street, Miami, Fla.,
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade Countv. Florida.
HENRY S. GRUSHKIN
Sole (iwner
12/30 1/6-13-20-27
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned are engaged in busi-
ness under the fictitious name of
CORAL GABLES PICTURE FRAM-
ING SHOP. 212 Giralda Avenue. Coral
Gables, 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. DEV08
ELVIRA M. DEVOS
Equal Partners
KMANIEL LEVENSl >N
Attorney at I-iw
ii(i7 Biscayne Building
Miami. Florida
1'6-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS.HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Palmland Supply Company at 3707
Weal Flagler Street, Miami, Florida,
intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
A FRANK WBLLEN8
Sole Owner
PALLOT It TATHA.M
Attorneys for Applicant
1211 Congress Bldg.
1/13-20-27 2/3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Johnston's Chic-n-fry Steaks at 300
N. E. 79th Street. Miami, Florida, in-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Cgurt of Dade
Oounty, Florida.
AARON CH A IK EN
HERBERT MIGATZ
Partners
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicants
Seybold Building
1/13-20-27 2/3
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN 'THE OIRCC1T COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 129345,
ALMA LILLIAN PECK, Plaintiff, vs.
ALBERT PECK, Defendant.
TO: ALBERT PECK
i- o Mrs. Pauline Peck
la'. Mott Avenue
New I,ondon. Connecticut
You are required to serve a copy of
your answer to the Bill of Complaint
for Divorce on the. plaintiff's attorney
and to file the original answer in the
office of tin Clerk <>r the circuit
Court on or before the 11th day of
February, A. D. 1950: otherwise, the
Bill of Complaint for Divorce hereto-
fore filed herein will be taken as con-
fessed by you.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this the
6th day of January, 1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W.
NORMAN R. LYONS
Attorney for Plaintiff
914 Olympja Bplldlng
Miami. Florida
STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
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, Fla..
intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Countv, Florida.
SAMUEL CHERNOFF
MEYER I. BLOCK
Partners
1/13-20-27 2/3-10
NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FI.ORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 129231.
FIORENZO JOSEPH CICCONE,
Plaintiff, vs. LOUISE TERUAZ-
ZINO OICCONE, Defendant.
TO: Louise Terrazzino Clccone,
I lefeiidant
408 15th Avenue
Newark, New Jersey
YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to
serve a copy of .vour Answer to the
plaintiff's Bill of Complaint for Di-
vorce, on the plaintiff's solicitors,
Turk & Newman, whose address is
420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Mor-
ida, and file your original Answer in
the office of 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 Q. 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 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,
Florida.
JOSEPH PATANE
Sole owner
I'i INALD J EANETT
Biscayne Bldg,
Attorney
1'6-13-20-27 2 3
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
IN 'THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
JN CHANCERY, N-. 129202.
JUNE KII'P. Plaintiff, vs. MARVIN
P. KIPP, Defendant
YOU. MARVIN P. KIPP, If, South
Hamilton Street. Poughkecpsie. N. Y.,
an- hereby required to file your ap-
pearance In the above divorce action
on or before February 6. 1950, or a
default will he entered against you.
Dated December 30th. 1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C- FEIGE.
Deputy Clerks
NORMAN R. LYONS, ESQ.
Attorney at I.aw
914 Olympia Bldg. ,. .
Miami, Florida
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Sholem Lodge To Sponsor High School
Debate Contest For Fourth Year

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Uniti i Stati
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: I guidance, revi led
:x Bai nf< n ing with I
I B' li s in youth
...... ited that there :i
vi: 400 b ivs and girls :n the
E ... B'rith vuuih units m Miami.
Mrs Joseph Goldstein of Gak.x.
oJ the Supreme
en's i' um il ol B'nai B'rith.
phasized the role played by
. B'nth in developing com-
nity leaders am ng >ur Jewish
th
Milton A. Frii n local at-
: lej and District Grand Lodge
N Five youth chairman, pre-
sided at the conference.
Plan Donor Luncheon
Plans are being formulated by
:h' Louis D. Biandeis Auxiliary
.99. Free Sons of Israel, for a
in n to be held Feb-
.-. 14 at 12 noon at the Saxony
: Miami Beach Mrs. Al Rich
-> ( hairman of the affair and Mrs.
Moe Plot kin .. in Tickets
ay bi ired by i ailing Mi s
"A GOOD NAME
ia more to be
treasured than riches."
Pro-.frb,
GORDON
FUNERAL
HOME
SYMBOLIZES EVERY-
THING A GOOD NAME
IMPLIES
For 25 years the name
GORDON has been as-
sociated with service to
Greater Miami Jewish
causes
In your time of need let
us help you as we have
done for other grateful
families
******
GORDON
710 S.W. 12th Avenue
Phone 3 3431 or 9-1436
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B'nai B'i ith fi
Hiohlicht of the tesJimoniel dinner honoring Leon Kaplan.
-e^rc president of the Miam, Jewish Community Center was
hi"mttltalion oi newly elected officers. Pictured here re (io
.Kaplan. Maurice Grossman, executive director of the center.
Max R Si'ver. new president; and Abe Cutler, chairman of th.
affair. _______________________
TUB: tiARDKX "ON THE TRAIL"
2235 S. W. 8th STREET PHONE 4-3155
FAMOUS FOR GOOD FOOD
Recommended by DUNCAN HINES
VISIT OUR NEW PATIO
Cpo- From 12 No." MRS MARIA FREYER. Owner
DEAL FOR LUNCHEONS AND PRIVATE PARTIES
ALPINE LOUNGE VAGIC RUDY From VIENNA _________
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KENNEL al
W flijlt. St. .1 37|k iM
STEAM-HEATED GRANOSW
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Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith
presents
THE THIRD ANNUAL PRODUCTION OF
>i:w >iish_sism stabs
\i:\y comedy
another riot of song and humor
Produced and Directed by
BEX i:ss*:\
at the
Miami Beach
Senior High School
Drexel Avenue at 14th Stree*
SUNDAY, FEB, 12th
Curtain Time 8:30 P.
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Limited Seatinq
Make Checks to
B'NAI B'RITH
330 Seybold Building
J&cUwunq,:
E. ALBERT PALLOT
Yiddish Smoothie
FLORENCE LOVINGER
Lovely Soprano
MARX FABER
Opera Guild Star
IDA OPTNER
You'll Love Her!
EUGENE (Johnnie) WEISS
Sharp Thespian
REV. MAURICE MAMCHES
The Professional Touch
MILTON FRIEDMAN
Gorgeous Tenor
ABE ARONOVITZ
Fresh from Other Triumphs
MAURICE GROSSMAN
In the Fleshd)
LEO ACKERMAN
Ditto ... But Louder!
J. BERNARD SPECTOR
B*g Boy Blue
IKE LEVIN
Perennial School Boy
ESSIE SCHAFFER
Accompanist De Luxe!
DAVID RABINOWITZ
Rover Boy
JERRY WEINKLE
Handsome Lad!
Make
Reservations
-VOW!
Call
Tickets 1.75
Incl. Tax
FARR TOURS
1245 Washington Avenue


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JANUARY 27, 1950
vJenisi) flcridHajn
PAGE THIRTEEN
issah to IIold
Mia
"'partii
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Jroup of Hadassah will
sscrt card and games
ondav, January 30, at
Beth
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Hvill or
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D;ivid
Jmber-jKrj, David Hess
Hai: man.
Fd is given each month
Member bringing in the
members.
Mrs. Hess with ai-
ls are Mrs. George
chairman; Mrs. L mis
^enrollment; Mrs. Louis
fcphi ne: and Mrs. 1. n s
i i ihments.
c now being formulated
k\ meeting to be held
v. February 13, at 8
Shenandoah Element-
al] Auditorium with
[orge E. Holt as guest
p.d the Business and
and Junior Hadassah
Miami participating in
m.
dm 2m
get it!
REAL OlP-TIMf
0HICKCN SOUP

Car.tir Milton Fresdrrp.n of the
Hollywood Jewish Community
Center has written and directed
a one-act p!ay, "We Will No*
Bow." which v. ill be presented by
members of the center religious
school on Sunday. January 29. at
11 a.m.
iild Staff Photo
Masterminding Hotel Week slated for February 5 to 12 are
(1. to r.l Leo Eiseenstein, Paul Grossinger. bidney Birnbaum.
Ralph Lachman. Harry Koretzky. Joseph Gardner. Joseph Rose
and Harry Sirkin.
To Plant Trees
The Miami Jewish Community |
Center nursery will celebrate
Chamisa Ashar B'Shevat by|
planting trees around the newj
aluminum playhouse. The cere-
mony is scheduled for Tuesd ly,
January 31,' at 9 a.m.
n-yfv-o'd Cantor Ilzkl
Hi New York City wi'l
Services at Beth Jacob on
|n I Saturday, Jar.uary 27
le will clr.o appear in a
It the synagogue on Sun-
L'ary 29. The young C3n-
fc assisted by his teacher,
ipec'or. Tickets may be
a* the synagogue office.
Plan Banquet
The Daughters
making plans
i f Israel are
a banqu > in
honor if Mr. and Mrs. Samuel M.
Grundwerg on February 2H. The
group will meet on Tuesday,
February 7, to elect officers.
On Women
' Wrong with American
' will be the subject of
discussion at AVC Frec-
js" i n Sunday. January
Bo p.m.
pants will be tha Rev.
Berth of the First Uni-
Church- Jack Kofoed,
columnfcl; Jack Burns,
jnounccr: Leo Pollack

1i.t tec ci.e seme of the
arima s. which Daring Dick
Clemens, forerrost animal trainer
in the world today. will face
when the Mehi Shrino Temple
presents the Hf mid-Morton three-
ring circus at the Orange Bowl
Stadium from Fr'dry. January
27, ihrough Tuesday. January 31
Performances will be held at 3
p.m. and 8:15 p.m. daily. There
wi'l be no Friday matinee and
no Sunday right shov/. Other
heedrners of the circus include
the Great Atterbury. the Flying
Hartzells, the Barranack Sisters,
Peaches Sky Revue.
Hi v BlouMwif< (pood Xows!
UY BERMAH POULTRY DIRECT
Save from 50c to S1.00 on Each Chicken
For a rea' t.at try one of our Pullets
Famous for Ben- Plump rnd Juicy
Shochat on prenv'ses dtily
Under supervision of
lABFI MESCHELOFF AND RA3Pt rackovsky
|87 Washington Avenue. Miami BeachPh. 58-1839
237 N.W. 5th St e-t. MlanvPh. 3-7584
-4118 (SUNSET FARM) KNOWN FOB DAY-OLD EGGS
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JLLETS YEARLINGS FRYERS 45- K? Live Wt.'
The Mert Department of lho
WHITE ROSE KOSHER MARKET
I (Same address ps Eerman's Live Pcu'try Market)
Is under new managi.-.ien;
-N..Bated by the Well Kncvn AL BlHKOV/TTZ from N. T.
BjNDER SUPERVISION O? RABB! MBSCHBLCF
Bcci"ls evry d?v on all Idrdl o.' fancy Western Meats
Bis:t Ihe Meet Department whsr Euying your Poultry
Membership Drive
The North Dade Jewish Centei
has launched a membership drive,
according to Mrs. I. Miller chair-
man. Meetings of the group are
held tirsl an I third Wednesday
'I each month at 13630 West
D:xie Eiighwa; N n th M >n L
Sunday sch >< i and rocn I
groups for juniors and teenaj
p due led by the rentef.
JEfflY & MACK
RSAEHATOItS
Gleaned
Exchanged
(New or Used)
All Cores Mfg. &
Guaranteed in Miami
By JERRY & MACK
2034 N. W. 2nd Ave.
PH. 9-2603-4
Thf GREATER MIAMI VAADHAK4SHRUTH
Bhe Only Community-Wide Ksshrulh Association. Parlici-
Kg Agency of th" Grcaier Miami Jewish Fcdera'ion, in-
the public that:
Bn Meat Markets with the -ign of the GMVH ~ 1 !2 ;
PmvcI air supervised ;.nc! end irsed hy the Vaad;
ll.v Chickens with the ring of the GMVH iT'lDJ
^f supervised ard endorsed by the Vaad;
Itels and Restaurants may buy kosher meats and yet be
IEIF.
|hev inform, ti^n Bbout Kashruth call our Director, Rabbi
E. Rackovsky, 818'Michigan Avenue. Telephone 5-3S95-
lY SIRKIN. Pres. H. SOOTIN. Sec.
(BEAR. Vice Pres. S. LOBEL. Treas.
LISTEN TO THE
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Jacob Schachtcr
Dl-actOr
NORMAN R. LYONS
Newscaster an-f Historical
Narrator
NOW FOUR TIMES A WEEK
SUNDAY .FROM 10 A.M.
l i ..1. a M.
Just set Manischewitx
Chicken Soup a-simmer-
ing on the stove .. .watch
it bubble with golden
chicken goodness then
watch your family spoon
it up and call for more!
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a Manitchewiti product!
Try it today 1
flickm Soaps
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STARTS TUES.. JAN. 31st
"IN PERSON" SHOW
ucl Malavsky
and FAMILY CHOIR. THE MARL'N SISTERS.
MRS MICHEL MICHALESKO. SYLVIA FISHMAN
On the Screen "ROAP TO ISRAEL"
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FRIDAY,
PAGE FOURTEEN
Zionists Inii To
Hear Groenberg
Sydney J. Greenberg. Instructor
of Hebrew at the University ot
Miami and principal of Temple
Beth Sholom Religious School.
will address the Zionist Luncheon w^SHINGTON President
Club of the Miami Beach Zionist. hat israe]
District Wednesday. February 1. J
at 12:15 at Mendelsohn's Lincoln
Manor. 2 Lincoln Road.
Greenberg is a graduate ot
Temple University's education
department and has pursued
graduate Hebrew studies at
Dropsie College. He has taught
Hebrew at the Philadelphia He-
brew High School and was
principal of several large Hebrew
schools in that city.
Toastmaster will be local at-
torney Harold Shapiro. Murray
Goodman will report on inter-
national Zionist ni ws.
Luncheon committee includes
Daniel Broad. Paul Eisman. Can-
tor Samuel Kelemer and J.
Goldstein.
Capitol Spotlight
v MILTON FRIEDMAN
Beach Mizrachi Women
To Hold Program Feb. 1
-.: B< Mizrachi W .men's
Organization w nt an "Our
;.. n I of Israel" pr
Wi ;: Sday. February 1. at 8 p.m.
at Beth Jacob, according to Mrs.
Nat Hochman. president.
Mrs. Emanuel Karger, South-
rn Mizrachi represenl
.v;ll presenl awards to members.
Chairman of the affair is Mrs.
P. Grundwerg. She will be as-
sisted by Mrs. Ida Friedman. Mrs.
Rose Strassky and Mrs. Mary
Goodman.
mS a political blunder by the
belated transfer of its. cap'tal tu
Jerusalem. The P
this to Eddie Jacooson. his f<
haberdashery partner ace
to a White House confidant I
confidant acccmpanied t!
dent on his .trip to Missou i dur-
ing the recent holidi
Elements within
nation have expressed views
coinciding with Trun
ported attitude. Thes<
have long been sy
Zionism. They Si
v. nfi eni
theref re ::
:. the United Nati n
to ml
was th. int. nl I
Itwonnnpndation To Set Vpi
KwrpatioB Organization |s }
Based on a survey conducted I To date the Miami bF
bv the community planning com- i & WHA. the Miami TH
iittee of the Greater Miami Jew- munity Center and th?*
u ir..,trntinn a rceommenda- ami Jewish c... 'e
i Federation, a recommenda-
tion has been issued calling for
le- the creation of a central organ-
Jordan "ation to coordinate
all recreation
of-the- t Ttal
.,,... ,apiui-
have
Wash

nti-S have
. c -
(fices with
essmen JVS
1
-, .. single
. mridepu

Dance Will Aid
Polio I'ietlms
Id at the <
and
and direct
leisure time
ami Jewish
their approval of thP
ation.
"--4
\ail C ountil To
Sponsor llanek
The Miami Section of the Na-
: Council of Jewish Women
will hold its annual dinner dance
at Copa C:ty on Sunday. January
29. at 7 p.m.. Mrs. Aaron Farr,
president, announces.
Chairmen are Mrs Leonard A.
Weil) and Mrs. Stanley Frehiing.
Proceeds will go toward the
Hebrew A :ademy in Israel and
local e to the t
rn.
Resen I y be made by
ling Mrs, David Phillips.
] would :.'
If Ben Gurion w ul
sented the United Nal
a fait accompli on thi
capital before the \ '
would have been criti
course. But W
would have been the It ssei :
evils. By waiting, I rai I
initiative and was made 1
in the eyes of the
culprit who refused t
decision of the family :
Washington opinion h
tallized the Jerusali
result is that prestigi I I
policy makers has suffen
ly. Israel's friends ..:
critical: her foes have :
ammunition.
While the timing of the J' ru-
salem move was di tensi
lessened. As far as ofi
ington is now concerned, th
decision cannot be


an
n tal :
Mr. and Mrs R |
master-
ng I :

activitii s. ___v
Th- recommendation has been
made by the community planning
committee after three months of
intensive study, during which the
survey unit checked all existing
facilities and the need for addi-
tional facilities.
The recommendation was sub-
mitted to the board of governors
Federation, which approved fn
allocation of $26,000 to set up this
al organization.
Headed bv a protessional di-
thi i ntral unit will serve
ordinating and supervisory
n It will be of special
tance to the outlying areas.
stand to benefit most from
tablishment,
E\ ntually this agency will
i a m< rger of existing re-
alizations, accord-
ing i Carl Weinkle, head of the
immittee.
Person Sought
The National Council.
Women has announced tbJ
ander Raskin of Munich J
ing Dr. Herbert K.sch J
has been practicing m^
Pensacola and is now J
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*Jelst> fUrkUar
PAGE FIFTEEN
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JEWS IN SPORTS
By HASKELL COHEN
hoaaMB^
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ldstein, former light-
Ktcnder twenty years
en selected "Referee
for 1949 by the New
g Writers Association
:eive an award, at the
lfth annual dinner to
the Waldorf-Astoria
, Ruby has been ref-
Ltime bouts for some-
three years now. In
[the New York Boxing
he, apparently, has
thur Donovan as the
e man on the staff.
[Donovan was involved
at ended in the death
| he has seen less and
in the ring,
ne. National Boxing
Commissioner for
, will be recipient of
aid the same night,
a sports writer on a
. J., daily paper.
* *
|k University's basket-
ale looking up with
of Mel Seeman, 6'6"
|the squad come Feb-
. Seeman is a transfer
m Syracuse University
feen awaiting his year
_ at N.Y.U. It will be
at Syracuse protested
me time big Mel trans-
kis home-town institu-
te officials yelled that
stealing ball players.
t Seeman's first game
kaist Syracuse on the
fcourt. Can't you just
tuse and cat-calls that
fceman's lot when he
foor that night?
toward Cann believes
ban's eligibility will
playing habits of the
live. Mel will give the
packet man so that you
a better pivot play
N.Y.U. during the
If of the basketball
kept in good shape
first semester by p!ay-
ie Jewish Community
ensonhurst in the Jew-
Ire League. Mainly
efforts, the J.C.H. has
Ifeated in New York
play. Now that he is
|e race among Jewish
Bard teams in Greater
figures to get closer,
s year is exceedingly
mch as the metropol-
will go to Pittsburgh
lional play-offs.
Sam Corenswet came up with
his usual fine attraction in the
Sugar Bowl basketball tourney
which was conducted prior to the
annual football classic. Sam had
Kentucky, Bradley, Villanova and
Tulane playing a round-robin.
Kentucky was the ultimate win-
ner, before sell-out houses.
*
Arthur Morse, Chicago's dap-
per little basketball impresario,
was in the big city this week
looking over metropolitan basket-
ball teams. Arthur was in the
Madison Square Garden audience
when Loyola of Chicago went
down to defeat betore City Col-
lege. He reports that the Big Ten
race will be very close this year
with Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana
and Ohio State all in the com-
petition for the loop crown.
Morse personally favors Illinois,
but no sooner did he express his
favoritism, than Ohio State
walloped the daylights of Illinois
in the opening game of Big Ten
Play.
Cannon Bids
For Congress Seat
Pat Cannon, former member of
the United States Congress from
the Fourth Congressional District
for eight years (1938-1946), is
now actively campaigning to re-
gain the seat originally held by
him in the primary elections to
be held in May.
Cannon campaign headquarters
has been established at Biscayne
Blvd. and 36th St. Cannon stated
that he will be on hand daily to
personally greet friends and
workers.
Former Congressman Cannon
was born in Cobb County, Ga.,
on May 22, 1904, and he was
reared on a South Carolina farm.
He attended Wofford College in
Spartansburg, S. G., for three
years, Stetson University at De-
land, for one year and was
graduated from the University of
Miami Law School in 1931. Since
that time he has been a practicing
attorney in Miami.
He is a Mason, Shiiner, and a
member of the Elks and Sigma
Chi.
Book Review Slated
Boris Ross will review Howard
Fast's "My Glorious Brothers" on
Monday, January 30, at 8:15 p.m.
at the Miami Jewish Community
Center.
New Kindergarten Opens
Announcement has been made
of the opening of "Jolly Jour-
neys," an unusual travel kinder-
garten offering morning or
afternoon special trips to zoos,
parks and beaches. Groups are
limited to twelve children from
three years up. Each group will
be supervised by experienced
nusery school and summer camp
directors.
Games, songs, and handicraft
projects will be taught and morn-
ing and afternoon snacks will be
served. Children will be called
fir and brought home.
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Miss Cohen Selects Date
June 29, the bride-elect's wed-
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Cohen for her marriage to Myles
D. Aberman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry S. Aberman, Miami Beach.
The bride-elect, the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Cohen, Gary,
Ind., attended Indiana University.
Mr. Aberman attnded Purdue
University, the U. S. Coast Guard
Academy and the University of
Miami, where he received his
degree in mechanical engineering.
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^•£.^^r::>/.r'^.?i', §i^: 111 %  ijp'SjlEi:-* %  %"::.?jj :5Ss: • "• %  %  • : I guidance, revi led :x Bai nf< n ing with I I B' li s in youth -• ited that there •:i vi: 400 b ivs and girls :n the E ... B'rith vuuih units m Miami. Mrs Joseph Goldstein of Gak.x. oJ the Supreme en's i' um il ol B'nai B'rith. • %  phasized the role played by B'nth in developing comnity leaders am ng >ur Jewish th Milton A. Frii n local at: lej and District Grand Lodge N Five youth chairman, presided at the conference. Plan Donor Luncheon Plans are being formulated by :h' Louis D. Biandeis Auxiliary .99. Free Sons of Israel, for a in n to be held Feb.-. 14 at 12 noon at the Saxony : Miami Beach Mrs. Al Rich ->• ( hairman of the affair and Mrs. Moe Plot kin .. in Tickets ay bi • ired by i ailing Mi s "A GOOD NAME ia more to be treasured than riches." Pro-.frb, GORDON FUNERAL — HOME — SYMBOLIZES EVERYTHING A GOOD NAME IMPLIES For 25 years the name GORDON has been associated with service to Greater Miami Jewish causes In your time of need let us help you as we have done for other grateful families ****** GORDON 710 S.W. 12th Avenue Phone 3 3431 or 9-1436 r. Ma % %  %  • inner%  the nat : L %  high s loused .• S L • is ex] II pai ts ui I :. tati Student nterested ii ing '.: Dis] Bill, an I'.: / ns Committee on I'. Pi rs ins, 303 Lxingl n A\ York i "ity Furthi • illing thi B'nai B'i ith fi % %  Hiohlicht of the tesJimoniel dinner honoring Leon Kaplan. -e^rc president of the Miam, Jewish Community Center was hi "mttltalion oi newly elected officers. Pictured here re (io .Kaplan. Maurice Grossman, executive director of the center. Max R Si'ver. new president; and Abe Cutler, chairman of th. affair. TUB: tiARDKX "ON THE TRAIL" 2235 S. W. 8th STREET PHONE 4-3155 FAMOUS FOR GOOD FOOD Recommended by DUNCAN HINES VISIT OUR NEW PATIO— CpoFrom 12 No." MRS MARIA FREYER. Owner •DEAL FOR LUNCHEONS AND PRIVATE PARTIES ALPINE LOUNGE VA GIC RUDY From VIENNA 11 TONIGHIl KENNEL al W flijlt. St. .1 37|k iM STEAM-H EATED GRANOSW I t% -k--*J Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith presents THE THIRD ANNUAL PRODUCTION OF >i:w >IISH_ sism STABS \I:\Y COMEDY ANOTHER RIOT OF SONG AND HUMOR Produced and Directed by BEX i:ss*:\ at the Miami Beach Senior High School Drexel Avenue at 14th Stree* SUNDAY, FEB, 12th Curtain Time 8:30 P. f } i \ M. Limited Seatinq Make Checks to B'NAI B'RITH 330 Seybold Building J&cUwunq,: • E. ALBERT PALLOT Yiddish Smoothie • FLORENCE LOVINGER Lovely Soprano • MARX FABER Opera Guild Star • IDA OPTNER You'll Love Her! • EUGENE (Johnnie) WEISS Sharp Thespian • REV. MAURICE MAMCHES The Professional Touch • MILTON FRIEDMAN Gorgeous Tenor • ABE ARONOVITZ Fresh from Other Triumphs • MAURICE GROSSMAN In the Fleshd) • LEO ACKERMAN Ditto ... But Louder! • J. BERNARD SPECTOR B*g Boy Blue • IKE LEVIN Perennial School Boy ESSIE SCHAFFER Accompanist De Luxe! • DAVID RABINOWITZ Rover Boy • JERRY WEINKLE Handsome Lad! Make Reservations -VOW! Call Tickets 1.75 Incl. Tax FARR TOURS 1245 Washington Avenue



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S3S 1 %  = ; PAGE SIX ^JenJstfkri^C--^^ FRIDAY, JANUAPv^ %  i FEP Legislation Termed Major Step In Solving Race Relations Problem In South opposition .to^"O n desire m to^ ward fair employment practices legislation is "the greatest single step forward" that the South could take in solving its race relations problems. New York State Supreme Court Jusl slogan is separate bul with more ana % % %  | s equal rights for Negroes in : ing. health and edu "Indicative of the 5 pas. outlawing thi hoods in public den Mill riKifiK'rTo Sponsor l)am* A March of Dimes "Swi i1 Dance" will be sponson FDR Chapl B*n i B' th i u Men. on Saturday, Febru Co-chairmen of the evenl will be Bernard Sandrow and Herbert Lowe. Stanley Mintz and Aan i Berkhoff will assist with arrangements. Proceeds will go toward the March of Dimes. Ticketare available at the B'nai B'rith Council office. audience. Addressing the Miami Beach B"nai B'rith. Justice Steinbrink said that FEPC—either on a federal or a state level—"is one way of assuring the one-third of the South's population represented by the Negroes of the la:: share ol living which democracy demands that they receivi Raising the economic level of the Negro, the jurist dee!.::. I, would "automatically" solve half ^ u Carina Restaui the problems of race relations. "It jj e y according to Walter T would replace despair with hope, president. bitterness with responsibility. jj a j Murray will act as n poverty with economic stability." 0 f ceremonies and the "Sw eethe said. "A happier Negro populaI heart of B'nai B'rith" will be tion will mean a happier and downed, more prosperous South." Justice Steinbrink attributed Southern fears of FEPC to "old hatred and the old white supremacy philosophy." but. he declared, "it is no secret that FEPC has worked—and worked well in the South—during the war years." The jurist commended Miami Beach for its recently-enacted ordinance forbidding discriminatory advertising by resort hotels. also applauded the vigorous light against the Ku Klux Klan waged in Florida and other Southern states. Pointing out that the South "has m vi i aw... fi •:. the Klan and its violence" he said. "Southerners are as much outraged by thi Klan's sporadic outbursts as thei tiers ai "The Klan has become fragile .-aid. "Only in Gi rgia where its value 'as a political weapon under the ic county unit electoral systhe Klan retain any ilance i( importance. The South evidently has made up its that the Klan way is not |i .. ly to s ilve the race relaproblem but alas, it is not to adopt the full civil rights progr. spoused by the Truman administration, for whose adoption all liberal groups must continue to work. The great majority of whites in the South still Tamp Consultant Gives Advice %  •With • %  of the no l the sumping season I the corner, says Raj Barmu. camp consultant. "Your child'age whichwillimm. : < %  limit youi Miss Barnett rente *<"£' ..,, re df i rtain age group.-. plan:: ::. :. er ty| mps which en: not be equippi ,. %  •Bef n • %  • M l ner %  amp will 'bring ut' thi shy child sub %  '•'''"'' un nd tea %  -.. k .. ling and artcraft look into the location, water supply, .-. nit iry i facili:'ood and ; imp consultant warns. Miss Barnett. who has had man'. consultant, will give advice about" p selection. She may reached at P. O. B ix 433. Miami Beach. Cardiac Groups To Hold Tag Day The Greater Miami chapters of the National Children's Cardiac Home will sponsor a tag day on Saturday, February 4, proceeds to go toward the maintenance of children at the National Children's Cardiac Home. The dealer Miami Chapters .. Dade Chapter, Mrs. Gertrude president; Mrs. Roslyn King. Tag Dav chairman: Miami Chapter Mis David Rifas. president: Mrs. Sal Ramagli. Tag Day Arts 4 Crafts Clu* Second session 0 f th i Jewish Community cZ,* arts and crafts claa^g* this week and will £r leathercraft. The w^S offering puppetry to th 1 terested. Class Z.^1 Thursday at 7:307m i center, under the Hir*,. 1 Robert Rubinstein ***** chairrnan; Flamingo Chapter i Doran Zinnei. preside-," Edmund Perls. Tag &' man. Beach AJC To Meet The Miami B Chapti the Ami ish i' >nj will meet on M i :•' 30, at 1 p.m. at Temple Beth Sholom. : i ,tii ann i ent by Mrs. William Loeb, j sidi nl A : urn on "The F En | Practici C mmiss %  tii Participai thi Mi Leia Rosenthal G Irudi Bi i. nard Glickman, M le Sti and Fi TEL. 82-4202 Top performance of season is prediction of previewers for Joseph Cotten. seen in a Ihrillpacked role in "The Third Man," having its Southern premiere al the Miami. Lincoln and Miracle Theatres on Wednesday. FebCannon, Shaw, Peterson ruary 8th. Joseph Cotlen, a Miami M„l, n U: J r__ T %  l i boy wi a PP ear in person on the Make bid tor Legislature opening night of th e premiere. A three-man team of state legislative candidates running on a legalized gambling-state lottery platform was completed Saturday. Irving W. Cannon, hardware dealannounced his candidacy in thi May primaries for one of Dade's three seats in the state house nt representatives. He joined previously announced Carroll S. Shaw and Alex N. Peterson on a platform of the liberal gambling policy, state old age pensions of $50 a' month for everyone who reaches 65 regardless of the pensioner's financial situation, the death penalty for persons convicted of molesting minors and repeal of the state sales tax. Other points mentioned bv the trio are a state bonus for' veterans, efforts to get a medical and dental school for Dade county, and creation of a central state purchasing agency. 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p/. %  % % %  II I. in ti< m B' at tii th st y< w G gi B w th P S: U F ci s: u fc si te T w < P' w n !) .1 I 1) %  II il I : FAGE FOUR %  f.nist fhriiUr FRIDAY, JANUJ %  C -RY 27, m EDITORIAL Truman Is liratviul 1 i i c On the occasion c: the recent national conference of United Service for New Americana President Truman issued a brief statement whi [ .d more than anything else we have seer, in ;ecent months to assay the objectives and value cf U.S.N.A. both as an instrument Jewry's rescue pre ram and as an aid to the U.S. Governmi Thir :s what th** President said in pert: We :.. ic it a the fact that e Unites %  • kej ites open to rescue man] these irsons irom the wan: and that 1 .: th u for yea:. [ ho] in the weeks ahead the Congress will take favcrcl ion to ofier ry on :::• im of t ese unfortui have titude 1 W::.:'. for N mee th< !ex problem of 1 -•• %  of fi encies has made it possib] lent to give to the opportunity to reconstruct their-lives in peace and dignity as productive members ~: our society. >n by United Service few Am I eh :.: %  : the America:. >mmunit] foi the welfare si theii fellow human I eings is an impressive menstrction i at t. Sue f the sup] ...: and respect :: !l Amei cr '%  % %  v id to American :m '.. 5Sior. o: "gratitude" for midst can Jew ~ the accomplish' •' %  • : not however, pen. • s to oeccme complacent about the" task &gr t PeopU That Sinus. i Av J &* %  ; • 8 %sJP £ ^ > %  lr m LET'S ALL PUSH TOGETHER Jewish Music Festival is a kind of n zmircs session. All over the country .-j Community Centers and synagecue?in i? 1 hail? and homes, Jewish voices' ere r'~" %  song. The Festival (February 4 to March annual—and stirring—reminder ci the 6-! %  %  truth of an old and flavorsorr.e frxpres; nt3 J people that sings, lives! This year's celebration of the Festival osoJ with bright appropriateness on ShabbatSta the Sabbath of Song—is the sixth annual wide observance end promises : be tHenJ widespread and enthusiastically celsbrated dM The Jewish Music Council, founder and J ordinator of the month-long even:, points outS in its goals it seeks to encourage 'more thantf playing of and listening to Jewi;:: music, plea :: i rewarding as tnose past:.:..; are Council's programs and activities are ce'irJl addition, to build a lasting, lively, ar.ij ielligent interest in Jewish sic and lulate creativity in tuat field: --imposition J interpretation. The American Jewish community's biliowj response to Jewish Music Festival, as observajl institution, is a wonderfully I u aiteninqoj itr cheerful reaction, in fact, makts it plain J .he work and funciion of the Musi.: Council 3 valued. TJ.-" -%  3 :c .-.::: Jew steadfast support the U.S.N.A. progr m -sid-l. A ol .5,000 : :. 1th i i n to 1 • %  First Jewish Congregation Of Gables To Receive Sefer Torah Sunday Night country may be called upon to accept hJ mb rs ci Jewish DPs. This will ; lace a greed than heretofore on local m3 jrams. The responcioilities we shall hovel ..i 1950 will indeed be heavy. But 1 %  ..on of our job for rescuing ih.i.-ope's hJ uprooted Jews is a solemn obliqation whj can Jewish communities must ar.c n-l ne! I to the Combined Jew. ---alisal through which to acco:. Louis Will Jflci'l Breakstone Produces y AUI JJ-JjJ-, f AL •Soiit.* Hrr<* Foil. I New Cream Cheese Bar !" W ftQUW .'ClK : %  %  < I *c Begin Sofati %  i. st W %  F rhesed %  • in %  %  %  %  %  : R. 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^ IY, JANUARY 27. 1950 + Jew! st fhrkUatn PAGE SEVEN r*WWV Off the Record By NATHAN ZIPRIN %  Vra )f)J W3K f! Abraham To Einstein aham was the father of heism in religion Einlatest theory may well him as the father of (theism in science Abraaio doubt reached his conof oneness through reason logic Einstein reached incept of oneness in nature h pure thought and intui[ He was able to formthat concept in a matheiil equation because, as he imself, nature is a realizaf mathematical ideas am brought human logic eligious life Einstein llowed Abraham in science In a recent book entitled rt Einstein: Philosopher|tist," edited by Paul Arthur p and published by the fcy of Living Philosophers, If the contributors, Virgil G. ar Jr., says "one does subal injustice to Einstein's philosophy if he neglects in's religious beliefs" ms to us only a man poswith the highest degree of psity would delve so deeply She problem of oneness in e ... It was Rabbi Herbert Idstein, himself a deeply reis man, who once said that in points to a unity which, ried to a logical conclusion, bring to mankind a scientrmula for monotheism" in's latest unified field would seem to bear out the good rabbi said long At this time it would be (fanation of the great idea to llate its practical results in figures it will take at a half century before it can nslated into concrete manilons We who may not at day can take pride in the ledge that we were contemBi<' of the man who pierced %  ircnt secret. And There Ian how to stimulate prosfor the next fifty years is hes..of a book soon to be hed by Representative BenA. Javits Entitled e by Investment," the book be put out by Funk and alls Company The e offers a new social inlon which is bound to attract public attention ... A fine e for Jewish children was tly published by Behrman e ... It is "Molly and the iath Queen" by Sadie Rose '^fcrstein with illustrations by He Ferril Folsom Some Hhs ago this column warned He rising spirit of Nazism in H^orkvilles of America We Bali d how the anti-Jewish Heirin the German sections B^ large cities were raising %  ugly heads Latest reHions of what is going on in B sections confirm our dispe of months ago ... In the wille section of New York Semitic manifestations are ick they can be cut even a dull knife ... If your nose lys your Jewishness you caness that section without h'avfeomeone letting you know belong in Israel" The keepers selling the "Broom" other anti-Semitic sheets is impudent as if they were Hulers of the country When a decent person protests against the sellers of hate he is likely to be pounced if there is no cop around And if there is one he is likely to look the other way When war veterans recently demonstrated before the newsstands selling the hate sheets, the people who inhabit that part of the city gave them a cold reception Jewish residents are afraid to open their mouths There have been unreported cases of anti-Semitic assaults on men, women and children. %  Ill Council To Meet Feb. 2 First official meeting for 195(1 of the B'nai B'rith Council of Greater Miami has been called by Council President George j. Bertman for Thursday, February 2, at 8:15 p.m. at the coun-il offices, 330 Seybold Building. I Elliott Perry Ever To Become Bar Mitzvah Kabbi and Mrs. Isaac H. Ever announce the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Elliott Perry, to be held Saturday, January 28, at Kneseth Israel. A reception will follow the services in the social hall of j the synagogue Seek Re-Election To School Board Three Dade County school board members announced last week they would seek re-election in the May primaries. The incumbents, all of whom have been on the board four years, are Harley O. Lasseter, James A. Henderson and Harley G. Collins. Lasseter currently is board chairman. Only opposition for any of the three to date is Jim Noel, president of the North Dade chamber of commerce, who announced that he will run against Collins. Charles G. Turner, a former board chairman who was defeated by Henderson in the last election, has announced he is seriously co/isidering contesting Henderson again. The young man is attending the Hebrew Academy and intends to continue his studies after graduatimi in one of the seminaries in Mew York City. Rabbi and Mrs. Ever will be host! at an open house in honor <>{ the Bar Mitzvah on Sunday afternoon from 2 p.m. at their home, 912 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. Relative8 and friends are invited to attend. Beth David Meeting Bernard A. Sterling, president of the Beth David Congregation, announces that a meeting of the congregation will be held Wednesday evening, February 1, at the new Beth David, S.W. 3rd Ave. and 26th Road. i Reports will be heard from delegates to the recent district I executive committee conference | held in Jacksonville and projects : will be outlined for 1950 by loose presidents. Latest additions to the expanced j council are the Hollywood and | Ft. Lauderdale lodges. Leo Steinman, B'nai B'rith veterans serviu chairman, will report on tlweekly programs sponsored bv B'nai B'rith at the Pratt Veterans Hospital. President Bertman will announce committee appoint^.-...litirf #A Slft.^lL ments planning the first annual SM ,1Il fc lo V" %  %  B'nai B'rith Orientation day I fo MIScl f the Miami Third in a series of educational I ind recreational programs for cerebral palsy youngsters wa* held January 14 at the Foremost Dailies. The children toured the dairy and were shown how milk and ice cream is made and Btored, by Jack Tierney, general manager of the dairy. '. : '.\ Manischewitz To Expand Services Acting in response to enthusiasm for the growing new line of Manischewitz Kosher Products, the B. Manischewitz Sigma Rho Chapter of A/A provided transportation. The program, under the chairmanship of Mrs. Edward Weiss, is one of the projects of the Celebial Palsy Parents Council, Dade County Society for Crippled Children. Masada on Thursday, January 26, at 8:30 p.m., at the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center. Subject of Sterling's address will be ""Law Enforcement." The program has been arranged by Stanley Spieler. An election will be held for the two newly designated positions of first and second vice presidents. Gilbert Kappa port will preside at the iiiisini'.ss session. Company is launching a program of expanded service to the public and the retail trade, it was announced by D. Beryl Manischewitz, vice president and chairman of the matzo-baking firm. Speaking to a Chicago trade meeting of Manischewitz sales representatives and distributors from all parts of the country, Manischewitz declared: "Public acceptance of Manischewitz kosher foods has prompted us to expand both our line of fine kosher foods and the facilities for bringing them into more homes." In outlining the company's new program. Manischewitz pointed out that this would be of particular advantage during the coming Passover holiday, making available an even finer and more j varied than ever before of Manischewitz Matzo products and other holiday foods. Hollywood l,od;v To Seat Leaders Hollywood Lodge of B'nai B'rith will hold its third annual installation dinner dance at th< Mayfair Theatre-Restaurant on Sunday, January 29, at 7 p.m.. according to an announcement by Dr. Herbert Heiden, president. Charles M. Daniels is chairm.iii of the affair. E. Albert Pallot. past president of B'nai B'rith Council, will act as installing officer. Tickets for the evening, which includes a complete seven course dinner, show, tax and tip. may > %  obtained by calling Max Bohiir or Dr. Milloff in Hollywood. AUTO GLASS In-tailed While You Wait Full Line of Auto Accessories and Parts A HAMS GLASS SERVICE 1805 Purdy Avenue Call 58-3756 or 5-4316 YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR WINZ (940 on Your Dial) EVERY SUNDAY 12:00 Noon to 1:45 P. M. EVERY TUESDAY 6:00 to 7:00 P. M. 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I I, JANUARY 27, 1950 ill In Race legislature his second bid for a the state Legislature, I L. Segall, 42-year-old attorney, announced his for the seat being MttiifcjilM :,| PAGE ELEVEN The young attorney is a member of the Elks Lodge, the Community Chest, Dade County and Florida Bar Associations, the Red Cross and the March of Dimes. A graduate of Miami schools, Segall attended the University of Florida and the University of Illinois and received his law degree from Northwestern. He began practice here in 1933 and served as an assistant attorney general for the state of Florida. During the war he served in the Department of Justice lands acquisition division. LEGAL~NOTICE oy Rep. Grant Stockdale, run for Congress. in Tampa, the candidate fed in Miami since 1910. [been extremely active in %  airs, having served as |t of the Miami Zionist r three terms, chairman itstanding citizens project em Lodge, B'nai B'rith, of the professional the Greater Miami Jeweration, and head of the ;e which chooses Dade man and woman of the is chairman of the board foung Democratic Club of punty and has been active successful campaigns of Court Justice T. Frank land Commissioner Louie |TICE TO CREDITORS oUNTY JUDGE'S cnrRT FOR DADE COUNTY, — IX PROBATE, No. hTATE OP EH FELDMAN, %  I Idltors and All Persona Hav%  i or Demands Against Mate: till each of you, are hereby pii'l required to present any till demands which you, or ii, may have against the CHARLES FELDMAN, dektiof Dade County. Florida, fu. w. P. IIUNTOX. County Hade County, and file the his office In the County • %  In Dade County, Florida, pulii calendar month* from pi the first publication hereof. or demands to contain address of the claimant and urn to and presented as or same will bebarred. ion 120 of the 1933 Probate lannary 86th, A.D. 19.'i0. l-BiN KAPLAN, i II tor of the Last Will and .nieiit of Charles Feldmaii, ed. HEIMAN & KAPLAN for Executor 10-17 TO THE CULTURAL FORUM RADIO HOUR SATURDAY NIGHT IOM 7:30 TO 9 P.M. ER STATION WWPB 1450 on the Dial ted and Announced by SIMON SEIDEN ... „ ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT '.', K ,. f 'v!r"' U A IN AX '""i: DADE SKS !" %  N OHANCERV, No. JACOB QROS8, Plaintiff, vs CAROLINE a ROSS, Defendant. TO: CAROLINE OROSS 7206 18th Avenue Brooklyn, New Fork You are hereby ordered and required in serve a copy of your Answer to the I'.ill of Complaint, a copy of which Is enclosed herewith, on Plaintiffs attorney, and file the original in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 23rd day of February, 1950, otherwise the allegations of said liill will be taken as confessed by you. Hated at Miami,' Florida, this 23rd day of January, 1950. E. R LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk, SAMUEL J. HAND, Attorney 617 Seybold Building -Miami. Florida 1/27 2/3-10-17 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT (iF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 129674. B.Mtl'.AKA EMMA CREECH, Plaintiff, vs. JOSEPH EDWIN CREECH, Defendant. TO: JOSEPH EDWIN CREECH, 1 Church Street. Webster. Massachusetts. YOU ARE NOTIFIED a liill of Complaint for divorce has been filed against you in the above cause and you are required to serve a copy 'if your Answer on the plaintiff's attorney and file the original in the office itf the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 23rd day ..f February, 1950; otherwise the allegations of said BUI of Complaint will be taken as confessed by you. Jauary 2S, 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M c. PEIQE, Deputy Clerk. JACK A. ABBOTT, Attorney for Plaintiff, 927 Lincoln Road, Miami Hiaih, Ha. 1/27 2/3-1(1-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY (IIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Biscayne Shore Market at 10990 BIseayne Boulevard, Dade County, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ALBERT BARON JOSEPH LEVINE HARRY DIET/. Attorney 1/27 2/3-1(1-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engaged in business under the fictitious name of Bonito Cleaners at 10S S. \V. 16th Avenue, Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of l>ade County, Plorlda. MICHAEL SEGALL and SAKA"H SEC A LI. 1/27 2/3-10-17-24 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCl'IT COI'KT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OK FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY — IN CHANCERY, No. 129629. SAM BEITSCH, Plaintiff, vs. MARY BEITSCH. Defendant. TO: MARY BEITSCH S15 Del ma i St. Louis, Missouri You are hereby ordered and required to serve %  Copy of your Answer to the Hill of Complnint, a CO— of which is enclosed herewith, on Plaintiff's attorney, and file the original In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 2th day of February. I960, otherwise the allegations of said Bill will be taken as confessed by you. Dated at Miami. Florida, this 20th dav of January, I960. E. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the circuit Cburt. (Circuit Court Seal) Its (1. C. LEWIS, JR., Depute Clerk. SAMUEL .1. RAND. Attorney 817 Beybold Building .Miami. Florida I 27 2/3-10-17 CHOICE FAMILY PLOTS In Jewish Section—Woodlawn Park Cemetery AVAILABLE NOW! )etails and Information Call Cemetery Office 4-5922 LEGAL NOTICE Executive Director Wanted ORGANIZER — FUND RAISER Educational Institution — Background Preferred NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE < Ol NTY. — IN CHANClERY, No. 129712. EI.MER E. HEI.DT, Plaintiff, vs. LOUISE HELDT, Defendant. TO: LOUISE HEI.DT. Residence Unknown You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are Required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to Ihe Bill of Complalnl on the Plaintiff's Attorney, E. Paul P.eatty. whose address Is i.2T Seybolil Building, Miami, Florida, and fib' the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 27th day of February, 1950. If you fail to do so, Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each Week for four consecutive weeks in Till: JEWISH PLORIDIAN. 1)N"E AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 24 day of January, A.D. I960. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, circuit Coon, Hade County, Plorlda. i Circuit Court Seal) By: WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. E. PAUL BEATTY Attorney at Law 627 Seybold Building Miami 32. Florida 1/27 2/3-10-17 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN COUNTY JUIXiE S O lURT, DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.—No. 21795. RE: ESTATE OF JACOB WEINER, Deceased. NOTICE is hereby given that 1 have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Executrix of the estate of Jacob Weiner, deceased: and that on the 27 day of February. I960 I will apply to the Honorable VV. F. Blantoii, County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Executrix of the estate of Jacob Weiner, deceased. This 20 dav of January, 19.i0. BERTHA WEINER. WEI X STEIN. WEI N STEIN & WEINSTEIN 42" Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla. Attorneys for Estate of Jacob Weiner, deceased. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT oh' THE 1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND Flip. DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA — IN CHANCERY. No. 129585. ALLISON W. ABERNATHY, Plaintiff, vs. MILDRED ABERNATHY. I vfendant. TO: MILDRED ABERNATHY 1414 COker Avenue charlotte, North Carolina Yoii are required to serve a copy of your answer to the Bin 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 20th 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, Florida, this the 18th day of January. 19X0. „,.„ E B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court, Hade County. Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By ii. C. LEWIS, JR., Deputy Clerk. NORMAN It. LYONS. ESQ. Attorney for Plaintiff 914 Olympia Buildiug Miami. Florida 1/20-27 2/3-10 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA — IN CHANCERY, No. 189684. ANITA C. WOODWARD, Plaintiff, VS. BERNARD WOODWARD, Defendant. TO: BERNARD WOODWARD e/o Mrs. John Woodward %  440X Livingston Rd., S.E. Washington. D. C. You are required to serve a copy of vour answer to the Bill for Divorce on "the plaintiff's attorney and to file the original answer in the office of tin. Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 2(lth day of February. A.D. 19.10; otherwise, the Bill of Complaint for Divorce heretofore filed herein will he taken as confessed by you. Dated at Miami, Florida, this the ISth day of January, 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Qircuit Court, I iade County, Morida. (Circuit Court Seal) Ry Q. C. LEWIS, JR.. Deputy Clerk. NORMAN R. LYONS. ESQ. Attorney for Plaintiff 914 Olympia Building Miami. Sloi Ida ] 20 -27 2/3-10 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCl'IT COURT OF THE 11 tit JUDICIAL CIRCl'IT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA, IN CHANCERY, No. 129197. MARJQRIE ENC.I.E BARON. Plaintiff, vs. NICHOLAS BARON. Defendant. THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO: NICHOLAS BARON 1125 Seventh Avenue Berwick, Pennsylvania You are hereby ordered and required to serve a copy of your answer to Plaintiff's Bill of Complaint for Divorce in the above styled cause upon the nttorney for the. Plaintiff, and to serve your original answer upon the Clerk of the Circuit Court in the above Styled cause on or before the 15 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) By WM. W. STOCKING, • %  Deputy Clerk. JOSEPH K. MALEK Solicitor fof Plaintiff 416-418 Lincoln Building Miaml Beach 39, Florida NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No. 23530. In Re: ESTATE OF EDITH WILLETT SURKEIN, also known as EDITH WILLETT, IDA WILLETT. anil IDA WILLETT SURKEIN. Deceased. To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You. and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of EDITH WILLETT SURKEIN. deceased, late of New York County, N. Y. and Dade Countv Florida, to the Hon. w. F. BLANTON, County Judge of Dade County, and file the same In his office ill the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof Said claims or demands to contain the leuai address of the claimant and to be sw.nn t.. ami presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 12U of the 1933 Probate Act. Date January 1:1th, A.D. 1950. THEODORE J SAKOWITZ. As Ancillary Administrator of the Estate of EDITH WILLETT SURKEIN, Deceased. 1/20-27 2/3-10 LEGAL NOTICE 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, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ABE GOLD Sole owner MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicant Seybold' Bldg. 1/20-27 2/3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the. undersigned, doatrln? to engage In business under the fictitious name of SAVE-MORE AUCTION SALES at 2702 N. \V. 27th Avenue, Miami, Florida. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida. ROBERT L. TEPPER B. BABE SHARCAA THEODORE J. SAKI IWITZ Attorney for Applicants 1/20-27 2/3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under tinfictitious name.of FATHER & SON HARDWARE STORE at 1516 s. W. 3rd Avenue, Miami. Florida, intend to register said name with the clerk of tinCircuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. HARRY RUBENARM EN RUBEN MAN R. SILVER Attorney for Applicants 1/13-20-27 2/2-10 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE. No. 23356. In Re: ESTATE OF JACOB SOFFER, 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 cither of you, may have against the ; estate of Jacob Soffer, deceased, late of Dade County. Florida, to the Hon. i W. F. lilanton, County Judge of Dade I County, and file the same In his I office In the County Courthouse in Dole County, Florida, within eight j calendar months from the date of the i first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal adi dress of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be bailed. Bee Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Date Dec. 29, A.D. 1949. LENA SOFFER. As Ex-cutrix of the Last Will and Testament of Jacob Soffer. Deceased. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Executrix 1/6-13-20-27 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. 129496. MARGARET EVANS. Plaintiff, vs. ALFRED JOHN EVANS, Defendant. THE STATE OP FLORIDA: TO: 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 Complaint, copy of which is enclosed herewith, on the Plaintiff's attorney, and file the original in the office of the Clerk of the circuit Oourt on or before 20 day of Fell.. 195", otherwise the allegations of said Bill will be taken a3 confessed by you. DATED at Miami, Florida, this 13 day of Jan., 1950. E. P.. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. KAPLAN. DIETZ AND I.ASKY and JOSEPH W. MALEK Solicitors for Plaintiff. 350 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Fla. 1/20-27 2/3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of REALTY APPRAISAL ASSOCIATES at 4614 S.W. 11th Street, Miami, Fla., intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida. HENRY S. GRUSHKIN Sole (iwner 12/30 1/6-13-20-27 NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned are engaged in business under the fictitious name of CORAL GABLES PICTURE FRAMING SHOP. 212 Giralda Avenue. Coral Gables, 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. DEV08 ELVIRA M. DEVOS Equal Partners KMANIEL LEVENSl >N Attorney at I-iw ii(i7 Biscayne Building Miami. Florida 1'6-13-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS.HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Palmland Supply Company at 3707 Weal Flagler Street, Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. A FRANK WBLLEN8 Sole Owner PALLOT It TATHA.M Attorneys for Applicant 1211 Congress Bldg. 1/13-20-27 2/3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Johnston's Chic-n-fry Steaks at 300 N. E. 79th Street. Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Cgurt of Dade Oounty, Florida. AARON CH A IK EN HERBERT MIGATZ Partners MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicants Seybold Building 1/13-20-27 2/3 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN 'THE OIRCC1T COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY. No. 129345, ALMA LILLIAN PECK, Plaintiff, vs. ALBERT PECK, Defendant. TO: ALBERT PECK io Mrs. Pauline Peck la'. Mott Avenue New I,ondon. Connecticut You are required to serve a copy of your answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce on the. plaintiff's attorney and to file the original answer in the office of tin Clerk <>r the circuit Court on or before the 11th 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, Florida, this the 6th day of January, 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. NORMAN R. LYONS Attorney for Plaintiff 914 Olympja Bplldlng Miami. Florida STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. 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, Fla.. intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. SAMUEL CHERNOFF MEYER I. BLOCK Partners 1/13-20-27 2/3-10 NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FI.ORIDA.— IN CHANCERY. No. 129231. FIORENZO JOSEPH CICCONE, Plaintiff, vs. LOUISE TERUAZZINO OICCONE, Defendant. TO: Louise Terrazzino Clccone, I lefeiidant 408 15th Avenue Newark, New Jersey YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to serve a copy of .vour Answer to the plaintiff's Bill of Complaint for Divorce, on the plaintiff's solicitors, Turk & Newman, whose address is 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Morida, and file your original Answer in the office of 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 Q. 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 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, Florida. JOSEPH PATANE Sole owner I'i INALD J EANETT Biscayne Bldg, Attorney 1'6-13-20-27 2 3 ORDER FOR PUBLICATION IN 'THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.— JN CHANCERY, N-. 129202. JUNE KII'P. Plaintiff, vs. MARVIN P. KIPP, Defendant YOU. MARVIN P. KIPP, If, South Hamilton Street. Poughkecpsie. N. Y., anhereby required to file your appearance In the above divorce action on or before February 6. 1950, or a default will he entered against you. Dated December 30th. 1949. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court, (Circuit Court Seal) By M. CFEIGE. Deputy Clerks NORMAN R. LYONS, ESQ. 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lY, JANUARY 27, 1950 Jewish fkrklinn PAGE THREE 7/ Say... one who has read Franz Werfel's novel, Forty of Musa Dagh, can never forget its graphic It tells how the Turks murdered a million lians. There is a strong suspicion that the it planning and direction were done by Gertperts. Yet this is neither the first nor the last mass murder in the ruthless annals of human lean Indians |ce had occasion to visit Haiti and Jamaica. A taxi took me deep into these balmy, delightful t. I asked where were the Caribs, or other hnal Indians who inhabited the West Indies [Columbus came. The guide assured me there lone left. In the history of Genocide, the tragic If the American Indian occupies a pathetic fcr. Millions of gentle, inoffensive children of were killed wantonly by the ferocious Spanish trs. jrrifying account of these wholesale murders Ift to us by a friend of Columbus. Bartolome de Bsas. This conscientious monk made several from Cuba and Haiti and pleaded with the bh king to end the bloody carnage by his pan subjects, who said mass daily and never jked the Confessional. Nothing beyond pious fcs. about bringing salvation to the heathen was lished by the Catholic kings. Untold millions fees and Incas also perished doing slave labor silver mines, at a time when the Prelates of lurch were in the new world more powerful le Royal Governors. roposed International Law the worst of all horrors, the decimations by fazis finally awakened the somewhat callous ence of the world. A convention for preventing lunishing of Genocide passed unanimously the fal Assembly of the United Nations on December B. If 20 nations ratify this convention, it will be ne under International Law to murder men, and children en masse because of race, renationality, or ideology. Thus rulers or indiis, officials or subordinates would answer to The Genocide Convention Of The United Nations By HARRY SIMONHOFF court tribunals for compulsory sterilization of groups, for dispersing of families, for prevention of marriages, for internment in slave camps, for starvation and torture. In the U. S. Senate, a resolution ratifying the Genocide Convention is now pending. We cannot conceive of any law maker voting against such a resolution. But the American Jewish Congress is sending out communiques for people to urge their Senators to vote for ratification. Apparently there is basis for the apprehension of this Jewish organization. For it appears that no less a group than the American Bar Association has taken an official position in opposing the Genocide Resolution in the Senate. American Bar Association The plain person can only wonder how this aggregation of attorneys can oppose a law that would prevent the reckless, wilful and wanton killing of human beings by the million. The ordinary citizen becomes more confused than ever. He is accustomed to respect the American Bar Association as containing the cream of the legal profession, noted for prestige, learning, and integrity. Unfortunately, lawyers as a group are not distinguished for their adherence to progress, humanity, or liberalism. Power, big business, reactionary interests lure the most skilful in the profession. Serving corrupt clients and lobbying for unjust causes in legislative bodies does something to the legal gentry—even to those with a reputation for integrity. An adroit lawyer often has recourse to technicalities/ to evasions, to dilatory tactics, to sophistry. Loyalty to clients can cause him to overlook simple, elementary justice. Essential fairness is sometimes submerged beneath an avalanche of eloquence and chicanery. This is how gangsters, murderers, and robber barons of big business are able to defy the written and the unwritten laws. Our legal system has been compared to a spider web; the fly is caught but the hornet sails through. Intervention The spokesmen of the Bar Association reason that the Genocide Resolution might endanger the sovreignty of the U.S. Non intervention is the stock argument employed by governments whenever asked to protest against the persecution or annihilation of minorities. It was used in behalf of the Turks, the Czars, and the Nazis. The theory that one state cannot interfere in the internal affairs of another state is threadbare, fallacious, short sighted, and mischievous. A timely intervention might have prevented the Russian Revolution—certainly World War II. Nurenberg Trial Recently, the Jewish War Veterans showed on Miami Beach a movie of the Nurenberg trial. This picture is released by the War Department, if requested by any veteran organization. It should be shown to every Bar Association in the world. It proved that the Nazi War Lords were convicted by their own written statements, their own efficient records, their own produced films. Yet Robert A. Taft, the capable lawyer and isolationist Senator before the war, protested the legality of this trial. A similar position was taken by a Jewish professor of law, Milton A. Konvitz, who did not think that these 22 arch criminals, guilty of extermination millions, should have been tried. Justice Robert A. Jackson Fortunately, there are also lawyers whose souls are not dead to the dictates of humanity and common sense. In one of the greatest speeches of all time. Robert A. Jackson, of the U. S. Supreme Court, opened the prosecution of the Nazi criminals at Nurenberg with his masterful indictment. "It is my purpose to show a plan and design to which all Nazis were fanatically committed, to annihilate all Jewish people. These crimes were organized and promoted by the Party Leadership, executed and protected by the Nazi officials, as we shall convince you, by written orders of the Secret State Police itself." Every lawyer, whose mind is not befuddled with legalistic hocus-pocus should protest the inhuman stand of the American Bar Association. Every citizen with a spark of humanity should urge his two Senators to vote for the Genocide Resolution. Chapter To lik Birthday Chapter of Mizrachi In will mark its second lay at a party on Wednes[ebruary 1, at 8 p.m. at Beth Rose Pertes, president, ices. Goodman, president of the It Council of Southeast |a. will be guest speaker. an R. Lyons will be a guest or. Mrs. Emanuel Karger : ve as toastmistress. EWISH CUISINE ILUNCHEON SPECIALS ANDWICHES [SOUR CREAM WITH COTTAGE CHEESE [SOUR CREAM WITH VEGETABLES Air-Conditioned Sholem Lodge At Work On Annual "Yiddish Night" Slated For Feb. 12 Mezzanine Floor Baritone Marx Faber and Ben Essen will be featured in a vocal duet in the third annual presentation of "Yiddish Night," the musical show to be sponsored by Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, on February 12 at the Miami Beach Senior High School Auditorium. Faber, a Miami attorney, has been a member of the Miami Opera Guild for several years and has recently appeared in the guild production "La Tosca." Esse.n, formerly in the contrustion business and now a practicing attorney, has produced the "Yiddish Night" variety show for two years and is at the helm again this year. A new original skit entitled "The B'nai B'rith Arbitration Board in Action" will be included in the program featuring Mrs. Ida Optner and Ben Essen. The popular "Class in Yiddish," a school-room scene, will be repeated with the addition of a graduation-class ceremony. Cantor Maurice Mamches will join Mrs. Florence Lovinger and Milton A. Friedman in a vocal comedy trio with original lyrics written by Producer Ben Essen. Reservations for tickets may be made through the B'nai B'rith Council Offices, 330 Seybold Building. Prof. Clarke To Speak Dr. Chaim Weizmann's autobiography, "Trial and Error," will be reviewed by Prof. Edward Clarke of the University of Miami Saturday at 3:30 p.m. at the Spinoza Outdoor Forum, 124 11th St., Miami Beach. Charles H. Lee will give the fourth in his lecture series on "The Heavens and the Earth" on Tuesday at 8:30 p.m. Dr. Abraham Wolfson will preside at both sessions. Judge Holt To Speak Judge George Holt will address the members of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, Friday, January 27, at 12:15 p.m. in the Downtowner Restaurant, Seybold Arcade. 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INUARY 27, 1950 *Jelst> fUrkUar PAGE FIFTEEN unaHaBOBEBHi Linunmuming xn JEWS IN SPORTS By HASKELL COHEN hoaaMB— ———^— %  — nue %  ldstein, former lightKtcnder twenty years en selected "Referee • for 1949 by the New g Writers Association :eive an award, at the lfth annual dinner to the Waldorf-Astoria Ruby has been refLtime bouts for somethree years now. In [the New York Boxing he, apparently, has thur Donovan as the e man on the staff. [Donovan was involved at ended in the death | he has seen less and in the ring, ne. National Boxing Commissioner for will be recipient of aid the same night, a sports writer on a J., daily paper. |k University's basketale looking up with of Mel Seeman, 6'6" |the squad come Feb. Seeman is a transfer m Syracuse University feen awaiting his year at N.Y.U. It will be at Syracuse protested me time big Mel transkis home-town institute officials yelled that stealing ball players. t Seeman's first game kaist Syracuse on the fcourt. Can't you just tuse and cat-calls that fceman's lot when he foor that night? toward Cann believes ban's eligibility will playing habits of the live. Mel will give the packet man so that you a better pivot play N.Y.U. during the If of the basketball kept in good shape first semester by p!ayie Jewish Community ensonhurst in the JewIre League. Mainly efforts, the J.C.H. has Ifeated in New York play. Now that he is |e race among Jewish Bard teams in Greater figures to get closer, s year is exceedingly mch as the metropolwill go to Pittsburgh lional play-offs. Sam Corenswet came up with his usual fine attraction in the Sugar Bowl basketball tourney which was conducted prior to the annual football classic. Sam had Kentucky, Bradley, Villanova and Tulane playing a round-robin. Kentucky was the ultimate winner, before sell-out houses. • • Arthur Morse, Chicago's dapper little basketball impresario, was in the big city this week looking over metropolitan basketball teams. Arthur was in the Madison Square Garden audience when Loyola of Chicago went down to defeat betore City College. He reports that the Big Ten race will be very close this year with Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana and Ohio State all in the competition for the loop crown. Morse personally favors Illinois, but no sooner did he express his favoritism, than Ohio State walloped the daylights of Illinois in the opening game of Big Ten Play. Cannon Bids For Congress Seat Pat Cannon, former member of the United States Congress from the Fourth Congressional District for eight years (1938-1946), is now actively campaigning to regain the seat originally held by him in the primary elections to be held in May. Cannon campaign headquarters has been established at Biscayne Blvd. and 36th St. Cannon stated that he will be on hand daily to personally greet friends and workers. Former Congressman Cannon was born in Cobb County, Ga., on May 22, 1904, and he was reared on a South Carolina farm. He attended Wofford College in Spartansburg, S. G., for three years, Stetson University at Deland, for one year and was graduated from the University of Miami Law School in 1931. Since that time he has been a practicing attorney in Miami. He is a Mason, Shiiner, and a member of the Elks and Sigma Chi. Book Review Slated Boris Ross will review Howard Fast's "My Glorious Brothers" on Monday, January 30, at 8:15 p.m. at the Miami Jewish Community Center. New Kindergarten Opens Announcement has been made of the opening of "Jolly Journeys," an unusual travel kindergarten offering morning or afternoon special trips to zoos, parks and beaches. Groups are limited to twelve children from three years up. Each group will be supervised by experienced nusery school and summer camp directors. Games, songs, and handicraft projects will be taught and morning and afternoon snacks will be served. Children will be called fir and brought home. 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PA %  I L i in tio m B'I at tio th. Bit yo wi Gi gr. B'I W( th. th Pa Sit fel Fa Chi COI Sh to fol sio ter i Tu wi pel wh no ma dei lh< me in\ II > %  %  -. 1 cu Wi %  th. Dc "L Di da ,, Gi Ut' im Ba ofl Le en SOI Bl ni: an di) pi. vo de bij to du foi op tic : Y. M Br ro Fr Tt N< Oi Wi M L( %  FRIDAY, PAGE FOURTEEN Zionists Inii To Hear Groenberg Sydney J. Greenberg. Instructor of Hebrew at the University ot Miami and principal of Temple Beth Sholom Religious School. will address the Zionist Luncheon w ^ SHING TON President Club of the Miami Beach Zionist. hat i srae ] District Wednesday. February 1. J at 12:15 at Mendelsohn's Lincoln Manor. 2 Lincoln Road. Greenberg is a graduate ot Temple University's education department and has pursued graduate Hebrew studies at Dropsie College. He has taught Hebrew at the Philadelphia Hebrew High School and was principal of several large Hebrew schools in that city. Toastmaster will be local attorney Harold Shapiro. Murray Goodman will report on international Zionist ni ws. Luncheon committee includes Daniel Broad. Paul Eisman. Cantor Samuel Kelemer and J. Goldstein. Capitol Spotlight v MILTON FRIEDMAN Beach Mizrachi Women To Hold Program Feb. 1 -.: B< %  Mizrachi W .men's Organization w nt an "Our ;.. n I of Israel" pr %  Wi ;: • Sday. February 1. at 8 p.m. at Beth Jacob, according to Mrs. Nat Hochman. president. Mrs. Emanuel Karger, Southrn Mizrachi represenl •.v;ll presenl awards to members. Chairman of the affair is Mrs. P. Grundwerg. She will be assisted by Mrs. Ida Friedman. Mrs. Rose Strassky and Mrs. Mary Goodman. mS a political blunder by the belated transfer of its. cap'tal tu Jerusalem. The P this to Eddie Jacooson. his f< haberdashery partner ace to a White House confidant I confidant acccmpanied t! dent on his .trip to Missou i during the recent holidi Elements within nation have expressed views coinciding with Trun ported attitude. Thes< have long been sy Zionism. They Si v. nfi eni theref re :: :. the United Nati n to ml was th. int. nl I • Itwonnnpndation To Set Vpi KwrpatioB Organization | s £} Based on a survey conducted I To date the Miami BF bv the community planning comi & WHA. the Miami TH iittee of the Greater Miami Jewmunity Center and th?* u ir..,trntinn a rceommendaami Jewish c ... e i Federation, a recommendation has been issued calling for lethe creation of a central organJordan "ation to coordinate all recreation of-thet Ttal .,,.•.. ,apiuihave • % %  Wash • %  nti-S have c %  • % %  (fices with essmen JVS 1 -, • .. single mridepu %  Dance Will Aid Polio I'ietlms Id at the < • • and and direct leisure time ami Jewish their approval of th P ation. %  %  4 \ail C ountil To Sponsor llane k The Miami Section of the Na: Council of Jewish Women will hold its annual dinner dance at Copa C:ty on Sunday. January 29. at 7 p.m.. Mrs. Aaron Farr, president, announces. Chairmen are Mrs Leonard A. Weil) and Mrs. Stanley Frehiing. Proceeds will go toward the Hebrew A :ademy in Israel and local e to the t • rn. Resen I y be made by ling Mrs, David Phillips. ] would :.' % %  If Ben Gurion w ul sented the United Nal a fait accompli on thi capital before the \ '• would have been criti course. But W would have been the It ssei : evils. By waiting, I rai I initiative and was made 1 in the eyes of the culprit who refused t decision of the family : Washington opinion h tallized the Jerusali result is that prestigi I I policy makers has suffen ly. Israel's friends ..: %  critical: her foes have : ammunition. While the timing of the J' rusalem move was di tensi lessened. As far as ofi ington is now concerned, th decision cannot be %  %  an • n tal : %  Mr. and Mrs R | master%  ng I : %  activitii s. v Threcommendation has been made by the community planning committee after three months of intensive study, during which the survey unit checked all existing facilities and the need for additional facilities. The recommendation was submitted to the board of governors • Federation, which approved £fn allocation of $26,000 to set up this • al organization. Headed bv a protessional dithi i ntral unit will serve ordinating and supervisory • n It will be of special tance to the outlying areas. stand to benefit most from tablishment, E\ ntually this agency will %  i a m< rger of existing realizations, according i Carl Weinkle, head of the immittee. Person Sought The National Council. Women has announced tbJ ander Raskin of Munich J ing Dr. Herbert K.sch J has been practicing m^ Pensacola and is now J to be living in Miami S. J. Freed HEBREW BOOK ST 417 Washington JM Miami Batch Between Fourth and Fifth Hebrew Religioui Sni For Synagoguei ud Use. Also for Hebrew tPTM -:"2 Telephone 5-9017 Pianist To Hold Class conert • nisi and 1 %  %  1T52 :. Blvd.. : %  J 27. from I • 1 %  SOI ers A M • -. %  :. • %  %  %  • through t th % %  • %  .. I y -•'. h at the past Juil BU nd ol th Ke> b ard.' 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PAGE EIGHT rjenistTkridfo£_ FRIDAY, JAN UARY 27 Mnriivn Newman Wears White down PerTVnaNy Speaking ... ~.-a--C r. Mrs. Albert Seider. end Mrs W% %  •-= *£? — ,_ _,.--severe! s — fc: Nashville Teas 10 let Leer. May a recent bnae. rcrs. -••-; Se.dedaughtei of Mrs. Se: Visit iqDi sndMrs. Abra: -%  %  S ; V :re Mrs. Kitten's sisters Mrs n zr.d '..I:A. Turim, New Yo:.-: Mr. and Mr. Frank Berae: J c the encaaemeni e.. ac-— ftrnvina corn -J 1 —esvme •, >•_„ Beech is the:: son Marvin, v S u < .Mrs. .Vorro'i Fe'.lman Mendelsohn's Lincoln Manor pi v:ded the setting for the wedding of Mis Marilyn Newman to V. rt n Fell:v..-.r. n New Year's day. 29:h wedding anniversary of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Max Newman of New York Th bridegroom's parents are Mr and Mrs Benjamin Fellman. S.W. 51st Ct. The bride w ire a white ankle length gown. A flower tiara held h< 1 veil. Miss Beatrice Fleishman. Masptth. L. -I.. was rnuid of honor. Irving Fellrnan. Dayton. Ohio. was best man for his brother. Rhoda Deutschman was flower )! % % %  Ushering were Irwin Block. Jules Channing. Buddy Edelman. Irving Epstein. Dave* Pearl and Dr. Emanuel Pushkin. The bridegroom is a graduate of Cooper Union. New York, and is associated with M. W. Deutschman, consulting engineer, here. The former Miss Newman ati the Fashi n Institute of Tr.hnology in New Y : .-. Following a h ineym n in South Fl r:da. the newlyweds are reing at 3511 S.W. 10th St. Hattie Horwilz has beer, named c.-.airman of s variety show to be presented by the Cora! Gables -'ewish Center or. Sunday. March 5 at the Coral Gables Elementary School. Slated tc appear in ih. presentation are members of the center, students at the University ci Miami and professional talent '-"-. the Plaza Theatre. Ed Crassner will direct and Mel Rabat of the Miracle Theatre '•--I emcee. M OTHERS YOU ARE INVITED TO TRY '-lolly Journeys' For Boys and Girls from 3 Years ••12 Mornings or 2-5 Afternoons 1 period $1.50 or $5 weekly A Place of Interest Every. Day Experienced Teacher* PHONE 3-340 Long Island is visiting his :. 307 Bth St., Miami Beach. Beech is I University ci T'.cr.d Isidore Cohen cf Hampstead r-arents Mr. and Mrs. Morris C h Mr. and Mrs. Benson Cummis of Now,:,: N. I. are visiting Mrs. Cummis' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Boer.inger, 2648 S W 30th Ct. Mr. Cummis is an executive of Saks fifth Avenue and Mrs. Cummis is a buver tor Barr.berger's Department Store. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Mannheimei ol Miami Beach returned this week after a period of three and a half months in Israel. Mrs Mannheimer is director of the Mar.nheimer School. + Mr. and Mrs. Saul Rose announce the birth of a daughter. Ellen Gale, on Saturday. January 14, at Harper Hospital in Detroit. Mrs. Rose is the daughter oi Mr. and Mrs. Max Feit, 835 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. •* Dr. and Mrs. Eugene Weiss. 1982 Marseilles Dr.. Miami Beach, announce the birth of a daughter, Ann Helen, on January 14 at St. Francis Hospital. Dr. Weiss is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Weiss, pioneer residents of Miami Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Philip R. Warshaw, 422 S.W. 25th Road, announce the birth of a son, Ira Greg, born January 17. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Stigel, their daughter, Mrs. Fred Bulbin, and granddaughter. Susan, all cf Roanoke. Va., are j spending two weelcs at the Towers Hotel. Mrs. Bulbin is the %  daubhter-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bulbin of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Aronovitz, 2130 S.W. 21st Ave., will motor to Tampa this weekend to attend the unveiling of a memorial to Mrs. Aronovitz's mother, Mrs. Fannie Silverman. j Accompanying them will be Sol Schwartz, Mrs. Aronovitz's uncle, and his daughter, Mrs. Isidore Fine. -fc Spending the season with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dickson 2060 NW 22nd Ave., are Brooklynites Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Katz The Miamians and their guests recently spent the weekend in West Palm Beach, where they visited Mr. Dickson's brother Maurice, and his family. • Mr. end Mrs. Max Elkin. former residents of Miami Beach now residing in Mount Clemens, Mich., are spending the season &. StfTSS Mlaffli Beack The >a ie £pw andE h Harv2 n i h N e T ^^ 9niddaughl of Mr. Mi and Mrs. Martin Greenbera, 130 S W 51sPt nn !" the birth oi a son, Andrew Wayne, born at" Moum's lc P on January 11. Br;s was held at the G-ee-heS £ 5 Sp ai with the Rev. Philip Fried c5i^:^vSn^ e0 u SURday baby's great uncle was Sandef She \, Greer bera *e Block, Mrs. Arthur BookbindeTcnd Denni SZJT*. P bergs, who are also the parents o* a i J-S? i ^ Susan, entertained en the law n lollow^ £££"*" Beverly Kallin, Allen Brcnnep'wy ^ J I Mrs. Bernard Yagerman Dorothy Milberg Now Mrs. Yagerman Living at 1775 S.W. 22nd Terr. are Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Yagerman, whose marriage took place on December 18 at the Sorrento Hotel. The bride is the former Dorothy Milberg. daughter of the Jacob Milbergs. 2845 N.W. 22nd V.v The bridegroom is the son I Mr. and Mrs Isidore Yagerman of Brooklyn. The bride wore ivory satin with ,. veil of imported Belgium lace by her mother at Tier wedding. Maid of honor for her sister was Miss Carol Milberg. Best man was George Wertz. The bride is a graduate of White Plains High School and attended the University of Miami. Mr. Yagerman. a graduate of Brooklyn Technical High School, also attended the University of Miami. i wi Mrs. Allen Brenner Miss Beverly Kallin. da-rtJ of Mr. and Mr.Darrel iSJ 1520 S.W. 5th St.. becaaTi bride of Allen Brenner. %  Mrs. Mae Brenner. 1463 RJ .j Ave., on December 25 aJ Sorrento Hotel. Miami Beacil The bride wore white -M fashioned with shaped off-3 shoulder neckline filled in tm marquisette. Point de YetJ edged the shoulders and *3 and made the head piece AI !" held the fingertip veil. The couple honeymooned J Havana. Cuba. Palays Entertain At Musicale Albert Hirsh. well known concert pianist, entertained guests at a recent musicale at the home of D: and Mrs Lewis Palay in Miami Beach. Hirsh. who has combined solo ind ensembli work, received his n America and playe I e of the leading h luses in the United 51 • • and Canada. He toured I thi world's greatest Deluding Feuer• Milstein, Mormi. tti „nd Garboresova. :• • :n the program were i ms by Bach. Debussv. Chopin. Sh stakovitch. Among the 40 guests present e Miss Anyuta Melicov. Miss Ruth Brotman, Miss Youngerman. nd Mrs. Leo Huberman, and Mrs. Kenneth Oka. nd Mrs Ed Mandell. Mr. • n and daughter. Dr and Mrs. Julius Pearson. Dr. and ;• Le Fishbein, Dr. and Mrs. :; % %  •• rravers, Dr and Mrs. Wm. n. Dr and Mrs. M. Block. M v ?, S il Ver M und M". K indel Mi and Mrs. Louis ;'•Harry Bardin. Dora :. -.. J hn Raffner. and an : Mrs Hyman Seligman. Flagler-Granada Bowlj Two weeks remain in the J half of the 36-week FaJ Granada Jewish Commur.ttyCJ ter handicap bowling lein tournament. The Sox. captained by iUji Lang ,is being closely purtufl the Yankees, led by Milton Sha berg. High men an Ray Leva Herman Feldman and Mill Lubel. Second half of the league t1 petition is set for early Febryflj The group bowls every Tuaj night at 9:30 at the Playf^ Bowling Alley. 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fewii^lh-IEIIiDipidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY >LUME 23—NUMBER 4 MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1950 PRICE: TEN CENTS insfer Of Israel Government fices To Jerusalem Described AVIV, (JTA)—An official incoment issued by the %  government said this week Ihe transfer of government from Tel Aviv to Jeru|acl Cabinet, ish Agoncy -t Jointly kUSALEM, (JTA) — The Cabinet and the Jewish Cy met jointly here this to discuss problems con\g immigration, abscorption ligrants and financial relalips between the two bodies. was decided that wider fcal issues should not be disnow. but postponed until |i—drafted by the American of the Agency—on the role of the Zionist move|in the light of the establish[of Israel has been discussed onist leaders throughout the Earlier this week, the by decided to circulate this [among world-wide Zionist Vs rather than act on it at fessi >n. The discussions will as a prelude for the next of the Zionist Actions nittoe and the 23rd World st Congress. Agency's agricultural deker.t has v/orked out a plan the erection of 133 new nts, it was announced ireeit. Of the total 35 will be fed exclusively by immiund 21 will concentrate on Reduction of olives under the fcy's plan to revitalize the {rowing industry. Forty-twj settlements will be estabby chalutzim and veterans. 35 settlements will be com. of persons who will support" pelves partly on the land partly by industrial labor. i salem is continuing systematically and that so far several ministries have already been fully transferred. The transfer of the Premier's office, the Ministries of Communications. Justice and Education is nearing completion, the announcement said. It added that next week the transfer of the Ministries of Interior, Immigration. Police and Labor will begin. The Comptroller's Office will also be moved next week to Jerusalem, as will the government broadcasting studios. Remaining in Tel Aviv for the present will be the President's Office, Foreign Office, Defense Ministry, Tourist Bureau. Planning Department and the foreign Currency Control Department, the announcement said. The first buildings to be constructed in Jerusalem as the seat of the government will be the President's Office, the Premier's Office and the Parliament building, it added A committee of architects and engineers met this week to consider plans to speed up the building of the government seat in Jerusalem on a plot where preparations for the erection of government buildings have already begun. Truman Receives Civil Rights Delegation WASHINGTON, (JTA)—President Truman this week received a delegation from the National Emergency Civil Rights Mobilization, held here, and told the group that he had been assured by Vice President Barkley as Senate Majority Leader Scott Lucas that Congress will vote on a Fair Employment Pratices bill even "if it takes all summer." IFFICERS NAMED TO HEAD MERGED ARD OF THE COLLEGE-INSTITUTE Here are the men and women who will direct the "foot soldiers" of the Metropolitan Unit for the City of Miami during the 1950 Combined Jewish Appeal. Seated (1. to r.) are Mrs. Lilly Laster, captain: Irving Saal. district leader; Max R. Silver, area chairman; Mrs. Rose Borkin, district leader and Mrs. Beatrice Rothman, captain. Standing (1. to r.) are Benjamin Bass, captain; Mrs. Benjamin Bass, captain; Martin Finkelstein, district leader; Jules Weiss, captain; Morris Laster, captain; Mrs. Bessie Hecht, captain; Mrs. David Collins, captain and David Collins, captain. Federation Steps Up Appeal Activities, Kaye, Stone Headline Dinner Monday Combined Jewish Appeal activities gain momentum as the formal opening of the 1950 drive approaches. Big event in the calendar for this week is a special gifts dinner on Monday. January 30, at 6:30 Chaplain Makes Plea For Jewish Periodicals An appeal was issued this week by Rabbi Morris A. Skop. chaplain at the Pratt Veterans Hospital, for books and magazines dealing with Jewish life. "Many servicemen are conI valescing and request magaI zines and books of Jewish interest." the rabbi said. "especially Commentary, the National Jewish Post. The Jewish Floridiaii ana t!:e Jew, ish Spectator and congregational bulletins from northern cities." Books and periodicals may be left at any B'na; B'rith lodge meeting, any post of the Jewish War Veterans or : meeting of any Ladies Auxilii ary branch, or at the hospital in Coral Gables, according to the chaplain. p.m. at the Westview Country Club. Headlining the event are Danny Kaye. internationally known blonde-tressed comedian, and Valerie Stone, who has just returned from a six-month survey of the needs of Jews in Europe and Israel. A successful newspaper columnist, editor and radio commentator for many years. Miss Stone is a former staff member of the Information Division of the United Nations. Since the beginning of the war. Miss Stone has become known as one of the country's foremost authorities on the role of women in the world and at present is writing a book on the subject. Co-chairman of the special gifts division which is sponsoring the affair are Abe Goodman and Herbeit E. Scher. Also on the agenda is a S363 minimum tea to be sponsored by the women's division on Tuesday. January 31. at the home of Mrs. Samuel Katz. 3790 North Bay Road. Miami Beach. Valerie Stone will be chief speak-.-!-. Ch'.irmen of the event are Mrs. -Mitchell Wolfson and Mrs. Jack Ablin. Assisting them them are the Mesdames Katz. J. Altshul, Sam American Jewish Committee Adopts Program For 1950: Blaustein Reelected [Letter A. Jaffe (left, above), Cincinnati attorney, was elected rman of the united board of governors of the Hebrew Union Fege-Jewish Institute of Religion at the organisation meeting of leading body of the seminary in Cincinnati on Wednesday, Wry 25. Judge Joseph M. Levine (right, above) and Frank L. (left, below), attorney, both of New York City, were elected chairmen. Dr. Nelson Glueck (right, below) is president Micio of the board and president of the College-Institute, the American seminary of Liberal Judaism. NEW YORK, i JTA)—A threepoint program sharply defining the activities of the American Jewish Committee at home and abroad for the coming years was adopted this week at the concluding session of the three-day 43rd annual meeting of the organization. Jacob Blaustein was reelected president for 1950. On the national scene, the AJC decided to lay the major emphasis on the establishing of permanent long-range program for bettering group relations, while at the same time continuing to exercise yigilance against all overt antiSemitism and other forms of prejudice. Overseas, the AJC decided to concentrate on helping the foreign Jewish communities to rebuild their communal. social and economic structures and to strengthen their basic security. The existence of Israel was* taken into consideration in formulating this decision. On the Jewish community level in the United States, the conference voted to concentrate' on building up attitudes of confidence in the permanence and security of Jewish living, "justified by the realities and soc:.il potentialities of American denu! cracy." The 700 delegates at the parley. representing the Jewish leadership of 50 majjr cities throughout the country, heard Mr. Blaustein reaffirm, in his presidential ad\ dress, the principle that U.S. Jews will always heio Israel, but will consider themselves Americans. He ridiculed charges cf "double loyalty" advanced by some ele; ments in America in connection \ with the interest which American Jews have taken in Israel. Declaring that Jov.s "have a: particularly vital stcko in the continued progress of a vigorous democracy," Mr. Balustein said: i "We have this stake as human I beings in an insecure world • which is interdependent: we have | j this stake as Americans, seeking i to protect and advance the free I institutions cf our country; we' have it as Jews, who know the j future of Jews in the United | States and in every other country j in the world, depends upon the soundness of American democracy." Blank. Abe Goodman. Sam Luby, C. S. Myers, Matilda Ratner. Dan Ruskin. Monte Selig and Sam Simonhoff. Plans are shaping up for an achievement brunch ($120 minimum) to be given by the women's division at the Saxony Hotel on Tuesday. February 7. Dr. Zev Cohen will address the group. Working on the affair are Mrs. Joseph Fenias. Mrs. Carl Weinkle and Mrs. Herbert E. Scher. The Hotel division is hard at work on plans for Hotel Week to be held from February 5 to 12. A buffet dinner at the Lord Tarleton Hotel on Saturday, February 4. will launch the intensive fund-raising activities. Chairman of the dinner is Aaron Courshon. who is being assisted by Joseph Gardner and N. Doug Raff. The group met Monday at the Grossinger-Pancoast to discuss plans for the week. Yehuda Heiiman. leading Israeli journalist addressed the gathering. Hellman. in carrying out major assignments for leading Jewish and Hebrew publications, has often been placed in the spotlight. Several years ago. as correspondent for the Palestine Post on tour with the Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry on Palestine, he was arrested in Lebanon. The young journalist, whose duties have taken him to many quarters of the world, was educated at the Hebrew University and the American University in Beiruth. Mrs. Jennie Grossinger and Walter and A! Jacobs are sponsors of the week. Harry Sirkin and Joseph M. R' se are co-chairmen of the h.itel unit. Members of the sterring corn.'.nttee include Sidney Birnbaum. Sam Lachman, Irving Ficinkel. Paul Grossinger, David Lever.s^n. Harry Koretsky, Ralph Lachman. S. Rifkind, Samuel Kaplan and Leo Eisenstein. A s:cia'. 4it-together of eight cha:: the town apparel group cf the trades unit at the home of Dr. Morris Goodman, chairman cf the group. A meeting of the South Miami, Homestead and Corai Gables leaders cf the metropolitan unit took place Wednesday at the home of Jack SHverman. Rabbi Morris A. Skop spoke to the assembly. De Jure Recognition ROME. (JTA)—The Italian government this week extended de jure recognition to Israel, an official announcement issued by the Foreign Office said. V. A • <• %  % % %  %  %  i



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IY, JANUARY 27. 1950 +Jenist Meridian : I PAGE-FIVE ibi Lookstem Advocates Closer Ties keen American, Latin American Jews jp:ng up our Jewish G>>od Ibc." policy with Latinlean Jewry is not only fcting, but vital, today said ated Rabbi Joseph II. Rein of the Congergation lima Soii4 k N€*h Ml l.ai!81*lnN 11 ura I Series %  : i series of book reviews, res and symposiums planned I |e ?lanna Senesch Gr>up of s~:-h will be held Friday,' J7. at 1 p.m. at MendelL'ncoln Manor. 2 Lincoln j M ami Beach, according to in' uncement by Mrs. Morris II. esident. I. M. Weinstein will open >i ies with a review of Tyalor fell's 'Let Love Come Last." i 1 chairman of the project | Sol Leslie. Assisting her j the Mesdames Max Weitz, Holland, Doris Zwick, Minor, Irving Stein, Arthur i r, Maurice Klein, Samuel k: lis, Jack Swerdlin, Irwin Stein and Nathan Kaplan. meetings are scheduled for eccnd and fourth Friday of j month and subscription I ; may be obtained from Mrs. | |Gieenberg, ticket chairman, ie Mesdames Abrams, Rose' Lewis Levy, Abe Eisenberg, j Klein. Felix Halzband, j thy Shabot. Irving Frumkes, I Bc-rWdson. Individual tickets j j be secured at the door. igregation Moves th Israel Congregation j ed to temporary quarters'i N.W. 7th Ave. Recently] d to serve the Jewish s in Buena Vista and ] ah, the synagogue holds i on Friday at 5:15 p.m.] urday at 9:30 a.m. RuBrill officiates. jup, which meets every My evening, is planning to j lize a Talmud Torah and i (ay School. Kehilath Jeshurun, New York. Rabbi Lookstein and Mrs. L >okstein are now vacationing at the orthodox Delmonieo Hotel in Miami Beach. They expect to remain three weeks. Recently Rabbi Lookstein initiated the Jewish Good Neighbor policy and principles on a special two-months' trip he was asked to make. He lectured and held services throughout Latin-America. "We must forge stronger lies between Jews in North America and South America." the rabbi stated. "Our hopes and aspirations are the same. Perhaps our sole difference is that of language only. Fundamentally, however, we are all the same people, abiding by the same ritual." To foster closer understanding an exchange of students will be inaugurated in the near future. Rabbi Lookstein is moving forward to accomplish a studentexchange which will see Argentinians and Brazilians enrolled in the New York Yeshivah University. Also anticipated is a rotation of United States' rabbis who will visit large and small Jewish congregations in all the Latin-American countries. Part of his aim also is to further social work and institutional care, for complete integration. Rabbi Lookstein, who was honored last year on the occasion of his 25th anniversary with his congregation, was personal emissary for President Truman when he traveled for the joint chiefs of staff during the war to inspect and report on D.P. camps in Europe. He became internationally known as the consequence of the detailed and accurate summaries he brought to the world's attention. Pictured ebove is Herman Yeblokoff. ^"The Clown," who is appearing In person at the Plaza Theatre, Miami Beach, through January 30 Screen presentation. "Mothers of Today," stars Esther Fie'.d and Max Rosenblatt. Starting Tuesday, January 31, the Plaza will present on the stage Cantor Samuel Malavsky and his Family Choir, together with the Marlin Sisters. A twin-bill picture presentation brings to the screen Paulette Goddard and Rodrich Crawford in "Anna Lucasla;" also "The Road to Israel." 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I PAGE TEN raiDAY^A NUABv. RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY Northside Jewish Center. 6231 N.W. Fixsl Ct. Sunday acaool cUuea every Sunday at ihtoffice of Dr. Wm. Boros, 65J >; W. (2nd St. Hebrew claaaei under direction of Rev. Philip Kn>-ui Ing thi mornlna R ibb Rai kovgkj wilt pri h Oi Saturd ) at I p '" %  'he || -i • ik Mlncha at %  i ::n |. m. followed by Shalosh Seudoa -, : Mi M n % %  %  ••' l li ea dally %  '' ; if. ,w( .1 b) class In Mlsh I Evi %  : \ % %  dally .>t 5:13 foil >we I i %  La > and Customs Maariv i cia will ted by Rabbi B Hebrew Academy. 918 6th St., Miami Beach. Pa turds Sol L. Bus*ari i ••.'.;-!•. %  p stuilj i>l MM %  Saturd ; i M %  : %  at ':'. % %  Da l! I .• .• %  %  %  .... I 7:30 Miami Hebrew School and Congregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Berele Kelemer. Friday evening -• • e* Late I' %  mini foru I • I • : %  I k I' H • It O ( i /..-: %  in The i la i %  : .-•• i: • Misused >• %  "•M I follow i '.' I M I Mlti %  %  • /..•%  • %  10 a.i Hebn 15 t 6.30 I vl.-es Congregation Beth El (Orthodox). 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer. i 5:3i> l foru Rabbi Clraui The Jewlsl i nur Sorirl I ivith I'.T.A %  • %  • :it "f the P %  %  ... Mrs I %  %  Mrs. Erne ilclpal i •...-.. %  • %  Ra %  ; : i.i ','. • • jo t i Congregation al 1 ived by I S %  i • Da.ly religlou ...... Jewish Community Center (Conservative), 2020 Polk St.. Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig; Cantor Milton Freedman. p %  %  • i. Late It Sistl I h. K Ral n t %  is school asu ^SJGUST EPOS Ry£ L** tS the Bl ;T' TTereth Israel Congregation of Miami (Orthodox). 842 N.W. 47th St. Friday evenlne aervl ; i'"> %  Saturday morn t : %  dents In thai area are Imiteo v Temple Isaiah (Reform). 1536 Bay Road. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moshay P. Mann. Fi Ida) evenini -• %  (ed b> Rabbi Moshay P M with i'i Paul Beck as Cam n-||| be %  I I ii moi y of \oui %  ,. • Free rellali is I I me. < SUI morning .if North Dade Jewish Center (Conservative). 13630 W. Dixie Highway. North Miami. Friday evi nlng ien Icea al I P "' Bal : %  i > mi rnlng si • es I I Mtnday school !" ;i m. Temple Israel (Reform). 137 N.E. 19th St. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Rabbi Emeritus. Fi Iday evening er\ Hellman, Israi it and luct the B^I .i • Mi \ ,\ i ii-een eclte the es at 11 an H %  ihi f tin onfli Congregation Beth Jacob (Or| thodox). 301-311 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Sei ices will be held Pi %  • %  • • ... • :...-• ter wll hum in .' ... %  • thi • 1 ; ... i,.,i bv A .i .frn Mil i-ha %  followed by SI • -• H speak oi the I'ortlo Mi n igh Thursda; l S inday N. W. Religious Congregation. 3681 N. W. 2nd St. Service! Bat .nlay morning at 9:00 Flagler-Granada Jewish Center, 175 S.W. 45th Ave. Saturds %  %  .• • %  First Jewish Congregation of Coral Gables, 2410 Ponce de Leon Blvd. (Conservative). • I %  .'. tell • %  M em Coral Gables Jewish Center (Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop: Cantor Joseph W. Malek: Steve Kessler. organist. Palermo Ave. near Le Jeune. T : v. %  %  %  Senloi VV'Ul GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have your roof repaired now; you will save on a naw roof latar "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 t. W. 22nd Avenue KMONE 4-oieO MM IK MEETING ItOOMS AMI TWO LARGE AUDITORIUMS Also completely equipped large Kosher Kitchen for Weddings, Bar Mitzvahs, Card Parlies and Lodge Meetings. Plenty of Parking Space. PHONE SIDNEY H. PALMER, 4-5922. FOR INFORMATION HAND SPOTTED SUPERB DRY CLEANING DRESSES 79c PLAIN .Ribbon TROUSERS 45c We can do ALL your Laundry & Dry Cleaning FHZE PICK UP AND DELIVERY PHONE M7M 3-0754 1403 N. W. 7th Ct y assembly '•"" d %  | i Arl %  • %  Da Sunday. journalism, dramau -C^gTegation Beth D*MI ICjJ Maurice Mamches. ,| hOUl will ... Ni" VI Hebrew > Temple Emanu-El (Reform). 1801 S. Andrews Ave.. Fort Lauderdale. Dr. Marius Ranson, Rabbi. lay • %  • f* .;•. Temple Betn bnoiom iLiberal). 4144 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Friday evenl K %  • | Congregation Young Israel (Orthodox), 4001 Chase Ave., Miami Beach. v ., i %  %  %  %  '( • %  ... IW'I %  % % %  %  Congregation Knese'h Israel (Orthodox). 1415 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H. Ever. Mln • %  lu • %  I .! %  ... : r > r I I III I .... '•'' %  • I t, J W ff 7. %  nrl %  ... .11.1 North Shore Jewish Center (Conserratir.). 916 ETerg.de. Concourse. Mi.mi Beech * We are under the auparvl.lon of the Greater Miami Vaad M Rabbi Joaeph E. Rackovaky. Director



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JtYa JANUARY 27, 1950 vJenisi) flcridHajn PAGE THIRTEEN issah to IIold Mia "'partii 1 P-( '.s Party Jroup of Hadassah will sscrt card and games ondav, January 30, at Beth Moe c u 1 kirman fc short Hvill or HouncePic firsi thi r 195C D;ivid Jmber-jKrj, David Hess Hai: man. %  Fd is given each month Member bringing in the members. Mrs. Hess with ails are Mrs. George chairman; Mrs. L mis ^enrollment; Mrs. Louis fcphi ne: and Mrs. 1. • n s %  i i ihments. •c now being formulated K\ meeting to be held v. February 13, at 8 Shenandoah Elemental] Auditorium with [orge E. Holt as guest p.d the Business and and Junior Hadassah Miami participating in m. dm 2m get it! REAL OlP-TIMf 0HICKCN SOUP Car.tir Milton Fresdrrp.n of the Hollywood Jewish Community Center has written and directed a one-act p!ay, "We Will No* Bow." which v. ill be presented by members of the center religious school on Sunday. January 29. at 11 a.m. iild Staff Photo Masterminding Hotel Week slated for February 5 to 12 are (1. to r.l Leo Eiseenstein, Paul Grossinger. bidney Birnbaum. Ralph Lachman. Harry Koretzky. Joseph Gardner. Joseph Rose and Harry Sirkin. To Plant Trees The Miami Jewish Community | Center nursery will celebrate Chamisa Ashar B'Shevat by| planting trees around the newj aluminum playhouse. The ceremony is scheduled for Tuesd ly, January 31,' at 9 a.m. %  n-yfv-o'd Cantor Ilzkl Hi New York City wi'l Services at Beth Jacob on |n I Saturday, Jar.uary 27 le will clr.o appear in a It the synagogue on SunL'ary 29. The young C3nfc assisted by his teacher, ipec'or. Tickets may be a* the synagogue office. Plan Banquet The Daughters making plans i f Israel are a banqu %  > in honor if Mr. and Mrs. Samuel M. Grundwerg on February 2H. The group will meet on Tuesday, February 7, to elect officers. %  On Women %  Wrong with American %  will be the subject of %  discussion at AVC Frec%  JS" I n Sunday. January Bo p.m. %  pants will be tha Rev. Berth of the First Uni%  ChurchJack Kofoed, %  columnfcl; Jack Burns, %  jnounccr: Leo Pollack %  1i.t tec ci.e seme of the arima s. which Daring Dick Clemens, forerrost animal trainer in the world today. will face when the Mehi Shrino Temple presents the Hf mid-Morton threering circus at the Orange Bowl Stadium from Fr'dry. January 27, ihrough Tuesday. January 31 Performances will be held at 3 p.m. and 8:15 p.m. daily. There wi'l be no Friday matinee and no Sunday right shov/. Other heedrners of the circus include the Great Atterbury. the Flying Hartzells, the Barranack Sisters, Peaches Sky Revue. Hi v BlouMwif< (pood Xows! UY BERMAH POULTRY DIRECT Save from 50c to S1.00 on Each Chicken For a rea' t.at try one of our Pullets — Famous for BenPlump rnd Juicy — Shochat on prenv'ses dtily Under supervision of lABFI MESCHELOFF AND RA3P T RACKOVSKY |87 Washington Avenue. Miami Beach—Ph. 58-1839 237 N.W. 5th St e-t. 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JANUARY 27. 1950 fJenistncridiajn PAGE NINE h Auxiliary pet Tuesday [Miami Beach Women's i the Jewish Home for •-.11 hold a meeting at Khn's Lincoln Manor, 2 R :\d. Miami Beach, on January 31. at 12:30 I ng to Mrs. Sol Silveri man of the summer in t. Culmination of the will take place at that tenjamin Appel will pietile business meeting. A program featuring songs W. L. Stephans, Chicago. kf Mrs. Benjamin Sherry, tiled. Miss Anyuta Melicov Jompany her at the piano. Ilavid Units Card Party Id and games party will be led by the Beth David [>od and PTA on Sunday. 29. at 8 p.m. at the new avid. lAlex Steibel is chairman : event. Assisting her are ela Eichenbaum and Mrs. Jrgaa. Reservations may be calling Mrs. Max Siegel. lax Bergman or Mrs. [ Berney. ieer Women Bookspans ^er Women Club No. Two li Beach honored Mr. and Bookspan on the occasion Ir thirty-eighth wedding rsary recently at Harfenist pant, Miami Beach. en Book certificates were ed to Mrs. Celia Landy. Mrs. Jacob Kranz. Mrs. Ister. Mrs. Gratz and Mrs. Vegman. in memory of her I Mr. Bell. Hayeled certificates were fed to Mr. and Mrs. W. in honor of their grandr and Mrs. Marcus in honor kir granddaughter. Mrs. kith in honor of their great Dn. fcipal speakers at the affair Abe Hamlin and Mr. Btz. Mrs. Bessie L. Pouzzner Kneseth Israel Congregation will install its newly elected officers on Sunday. January 29, at 7 p.m. at the synagogue. Officers to be instal'ed are (1. to r.) Isaac Sobel. recording secretary; Max Lippman. second vice president; Abraham Werman. first vice president; Rabbi Isaac H. Ever installing officer; Abraham Finestone, president; Wolf Sirot. honorary life president; Samuel R. Sherman, third vice president; Solomon Steiner, financial secretary. The board of trustees to be installed includes Jacob Bandes, I. B. Eisenstein. Harry Ginsburg, E. Goldman. Max Goldman. Harry Kreegslem, William Krimsky. Judah Kresch. Morris Linlciner. Jacob Miller. Max Schlenger, Henry Spero. Nathan Sugar. Meyer Zomick and Morris Sevin. Cantor To Sing i At Kneseth Israel Cantor Sholom Katz will conI duct services at Kneseth Israel on Friday and Saturday, January 127 and 28. He will also lead community singing at an Oneg | Shabbat on Friday night at 8:30 I and will present a Maariv musical ; festival on Sunday at 8 p.m. Sunday evening's program will include cantorial selections, Hebrew and Yiddish folk songs, Israeli favorites and songs of the ghetto. Everglades To Meet t Everglades of the Work[Circle will meet Tuesdav. ry 7, at 8:30 p.m. at the i lyceum. 1545 S.W. 3rd St. ge Miller will speak on rt of Baking." tontine's IIRRO HEART MOLD SET 110 PIECES PURE ALUMINUM $1.50 set it, easy-baking set conof two large layer cake and eight matching flier molds. Fine Mirro linum cleans easily, bright! Delightful set to fce festive Valentine cakes tarts ... Special demonsin the department )now! Burdine's, Miami. Hcusewares, Fifth Flocr Purim Fete Scheduled Plans are being formulated by the Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center for a Purim festival to be held at the Coral Gables Woman's Club on March 4. Mrs. James Segal is chairman of the event. Card Party Scheduled The Sisterhood of the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation will hold a luncheon and card Organization Formed A new organization was formed last Thursday night at the old Beth David. To be known as the Downtown Synagogue and Talmud Torah, the new unit plans to acquire the downtown property of Congregation Beth David, which has moved to its new building at S.W. 3rd Ave., between 26th and 27th Roads. Composed of residents of the downtown area who desire to maintain services three times daily at the N.W. 3rd Ave. edifice throughout the year, the group is headed by Hyman Sootin. party on Wednesday, February 1, at 12:30 p.m. at the building, 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Mrs. Isidore Fogel is chairman of the event. Personally Speaking... Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Freed of Minneapolis, Minn., are spending the season here. During their stay they are being entertained by their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bulbin. Rabbi and Mrs. Jacob Milgrom are visiting Mrs. Milgrom's mother, Mrs. Ruth Berman. Mr. and Mrs. H. Yanowitz will be hosts at a party on January 31 in honor of the third birthday of their daughter, Anne Merle. Barkai To Speak B. A. Barkai, noted Israeli journalist, will discuss "The Change of Names in Israel" at a meeting of the Histadruth L'Tarbut Ivrith on Sunday. January 29. i at 3 p.m. at the Spinoza Outdoor I Forum, 124 11th St., Miami Beach. ROOM WITH 3 MEALS DAILY For Lady or Gentleman in my home Cater to any diet required $30 Weekly Call 2-4032 25th Anniversary CUSTOM TAILOR 25 Years of Service to the World's Most Distinctive Clientele Editor and publisher of the Lowell Sunday Telegram, Lowell Mass., says: "I have just returned from a delightful trip to ButHn. 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