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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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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
IE 23NUMBER 6
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1950
PRICE: TEN CENTS
il Week Underway, Women Pledge
15; Appeal Kick-Off Set For March 5
men are conducting an
te campaign to raise funds
Combined Jewish Appeal
reek, which has been
Itcd as "Hotel Week."
Iveek was launched with a
fct supper Saturday night
Lord Tarleton Hotel.
Heatter. noted news com-
and Dr. Zev Cohen,
citizen, were principal
ps. Aaron Courshon was
kster.
rise entertainment was
td by Jennie Goldstein,
the Yiddish stage, and
Miles, comedian. Others
^rticipated in the program
/alter Jacobs, Mrs. Jennie
|ger, William D. Singer,
it of the Greater Miami
Federation; Dan B.
chairman of the 1950
led Jewish Appeal; and
Harold Turk of Miami
VS DIVISION
/omen's Division held its
minimum achievement
Tuesday at the Saxony
with Mrs. Carl Weinkle,
an of the division, presid-
3-chairmen of the affair
Irs. Herbert E. Scher and
Bseph Fenias.
^ohen, who spoke to the
of the women's group met to
formulate plans for a Washington
birthday affair at the Saxony
Hotel.
QUOTAS
it
Between You and Me
By BORIS SMOLAR
(Copyright, 1948, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
Quotas
units of
established foi
WASHINGTON NOTES:
You can take it for granted that
there is no truth in rumors that
or Eliahu Elath
They are hotel unit,' $300 000: 's to be transferred from his post
trades. S933.800: winter residents! '
$292,000: women's unit. $118,000-
metropolitan. $75,000; young
the appeal ae.
to an announcement by Ruskin.' Arnbassad
adults. $3,000: youth, $2,000
OTHER MEETINGS
Dr. Cohen will speak at Temple
Beth Shalom Friday night. He
will also address members of the
Jewish War Veterans on Tues-
day, February 14. at 8:30 p.m.
at the Miami Beach Y.
On Wednesday. February 15, at
8:15 p.m. West Miami and Flagler
Granada members of the metro-
politan unit will hold an orienta-
in Washington The Israel
government is not now planning
any changes in its Washington
Embassy The rumor that
Ambassador Elath is being trans-
ferred to India is particularly
absurd since India has not even
recognized Israel as yet There
can. therefore, be no question of
diplomatic relations between Is-
rael and India Ambassador
Elath's great headache at present
is the attitude of the State De-
partment toward Britain's ship-
ment of arms to the Arab
tion meeting at the home of Mor- c?u?l!iie^ The.ag!;ee,nent con-
ton Beigel. I cluded last week between the
District leaders of the Coral
United States and Britain makes
Gables, South Miami and Home- fvailabcle to Britain huge quanti-
stead divisions of the metropoli- Mes f. American arms worth
tan unit will meet with Rabbi"
Morris A. Skop at the Coral
Gables Jewish Center on Thurs-
day, February 16, at 8 p.m.
Snow In Israel
iTl^J^*^ AgTe^y^.s(JLArLed-threoWuigSS .
the night in freezing tempera- be able to ship part of its surplus
women in Israel, urged
make the brunch "truly
ievement by contributing
as possible."
appeal resulted in $15,485
Iges, or about 37.5% in-
fover last year.
Vednesday morning leaders
hundreds of millions of dollars ...
While this agreement specifically
prohibits trans-shipment of actual
weapons sent fro mthe United
States, it does not ban the export
by Britain of its own arms made
surplus by the arrival of the
American equipment Thus,
Britain, through technicalities will
tures examining conditions in
immigrant reception cajnps in
Israel, following the worst snow-
fall that has ever hit this country.
A heavy snow fell in the entire
Tel Aviv area for the first time
since 1870.
Urges Senate To Okay Genocide
lution, Warns Of "Cultural Pogroms
American Federation of
[last week at an executive
meeting here, appealed
Senate to ratify the United
I Convention against
fde and charged that the
Union and East European
were practicing "cultural
B8" against their Jewish
^tions. The AFL also called
ttmpt international action to
[genocide and the develop-
in the USSR. The state-
sued by the AFL executive
said:
bind the Iron Curtainand
ilarly in Soviet Russia
Imental authorities have
Iped a fiendish plan based
lltural ground and have
ted a terrific campaign to
put entire groups of their
It ion.
new drive to make im-
lle the continued existence
jvs in Russia and in its
%e areas is going on under
g of a savage war against
led cosmopolitanism.
Mr crime is that they have,
{ht develop, a culture dif-
from the ultra-nationalist
Iperialistic brand supported
ruling party, by the
nanism dictatorship in
vicious campaign is afoot to
[out ail Jews from employ-
in occupations entailing
ft with the mass o{ people
I USSR or with the people of
[countries.
citizens of Jewish origin
>s Can Not Accept
fosal. Official Says
fEVA, Feb. 6. (JTA)Dr.
led Fadhil Jamali of Iraq
le United Nations Trustee-
founcil today that the Arab
I could not accept the "dyna-
Iproposal of Roger Garreau,
[il president, to divide Jeru-
into three zones. H would
ager peace for a long time,"
Dr. Jamali spoke at the
g Council debate on the
ing paper" for an inter-
" regime for Jerusalem
M. Garreau proposed a
ago.
have been eliminated from the
Soviet occupation administrations
in Austria and Germany. Jews
are no longer permitted -to be
members of Soviet delegations
and foreign missions or to under-
go training for diplomatic service.
"The door to employment is
the Soviet Ministry of Foreign
Trade has been slammed hard in
the face of Russia's Jewson
cultural grounds. The same pro-
cess of elimination of Jews con-
tinues ruthlessly in the ranks of
the ruling Communist party and
its government apparatus.
"We must keep in mind that in
countries where one party has a structive projects" that are con-
monopoly of all political power ducted under their own auspices
arms to the Arab countries
And it seems that the State De-
partment is not inclined to pay
any attention to the protests
voiced in this country by mem-
bers of Congress and Zionist lead-
ers against Secretary Acheson's
approval of Britain's shipping of
arms to the Arabs ... On the
contrary, these protests have
evoked some uncomplimentary
remarks from some officials in
Washington .
*
INSIDE DOINGS:
I am being asked what agree-
ments exist between the Jewish
Agency with those organizations
in the United States which have
not been authorized to conduct
separate fund-raising drives .
I'or the time being there are only
two such organizations These
are: Agudas Israel and the Zionist
Organization of America The
agreement with the Agudas Israel
provides that the Agudah and
its labor group, Poalei Agudas
Israel, each receive a special grant
from the Agency in 1950, for "con-
Isr.-H-I Plane
Crashes At l,vdda
TEL AVIV, (JTA)A Paris-
bound Israel passenger plane
crashed at the Lydda airport, near
here, Monday night during a take-
off in a blinding snow storm. Only
two of the 46 passengers were
injured slightly, but it is feared
that the plane is a total loss and
that there was about $250,000 in
damages.
The plane, a Douglas DC-4,
owned by the El Al airline, a
- I government subsidized corpora-
d!w!shAg,ency? bu.det; ?n SHtton, began its normal tak"e_off
run. but trouble developed before
agreement the Jewish Agency
will give $1,100,000 this year to
the General Zionist Constructive
Fund for special projects in Israel,
including those proposed by the
ZOA ... In addition, two colonies
arc to be established from the
basis of plans developed by the
ZOA ... In return, the ZOA is
to desist from any public drive
for any purpose in Israel, includ-
ing drives for clothing, food or
medicine And only ZOA
members can be asked to con-
tribute to the ZOA. House which
is now being built in Israel .
Four women's organizations are
among the groups which have
been denied Jewish Agency au-
thorization to conduct separate
campaigns for Israel Lands-
manschaften are similarly not au-
thorized to conduct separate
drives for Israel projects ... In
New York, they are to integrate
their efforts with the United
Jewish Appeal of Greater New
York or. .he basis of special
projects for which they will re-
ceive credit in Israel.
Sanhedrin Proposal
Fails To Get Support
JERUSALEM, Feb. 6. (JTA)
A proposal for the reestablish-
ment of the Sanhedrin, advanced
by Israel's Minister for Religion,
Rabbi Judah L. Maimon, failed
to receive sufficient support today
at a stormy meeting of the Or-
ganizational Committee erf the
nationwide rabbinical conference
which is taking place here. The
committee decided that the con-
ference should not enter into any
debates on Rabbi Maimon's pro-
posal but should merely take note
of it.
it was airborne and the pilot at-
tempted to brake the ship.
However, due to the snow and
ice. the four-engine plane skidded
off the runway and caught fire.
The steward and stewardesses
conducted the passengers to safety
in an orderly manner, according
to a statement issued by the
company.
Among the passengers were
Aubrey Eban and a delegation
bound for Rome to discuss a com-
munications agreement and an
air-sea transportation pact. The
plane was named the Theodor
Herzl. in honor of the founder of
modern Zionism, whose remains
it carried from Vienna to Tel Aviv
last year.
Silver Shirter
To Be Paroled
WASHINGTON, Feb. 6 (JTA)
The U.S. Parole Board de-
cided today to free William
Dudley Pelley, founder of the
Silver Shirts of America and a
leading anti-Semitic rabble-
rouser. He will be paroled from
the U. S. Penitentiary at Terre
Haute, Ind., on February 14.
Pelley's release follows an
intense propaganda campaign
waged in his behalf by many
hate organizations. A. U.. S.
court convicted him on 11
counts of criminal wartime
sedition in 1942. His sentence
was for 15 years' imprisonment.
and where the government dicta-
torship is the sole employer, such
'cultural' pogroms against intel-
lectuals and their followers mean
virtually the sentencing of these j
individual human beings to death
by enforcing conditions which
make life impossible, by ostraciz-
ing them and depriving them of
all means of livelihood."
in Israel ... In return, the Audah
and all its affiliates have agreed
to give up their separate cam-
paigns for Israel in this country
and to mobilize all their forces
for the United Jewish Appeal .
The agreement with the Zionist
Organization of America is linked
up with the World Confederation
of General Zionists Under this
Miami Jewish Community Center To Hear
Full Report On Leisure Time Survey
A *..l! ___i__v- __________i... .____. W
First Meeting Of Central Recreation
Organization Scheduled For Feb. 16
A full report on the community
survey, recently completed by the
Community Planning Committee,
will be given at the Miami Jewish
Community Center at a general
meeting of the membership Mon-
day, February 13, at 8 p.m..
according to Max R. Silver, presi-
dent. Leon Kaplan, past president
of the organization, will act as
chairman of the meeting.
The report will be discussed
by the following speakers: Carl
Weinkle, chairman of the leisure
time survey committee; Mrs. Mil-
ton Sirkin, member of the board
of the Miami Beach YM & WHA:
S. A. Goodman: Mrs. Ben-
jamin Miller, of the North
Dade Jewish Community Center:
Morton Beigel, president of the
West Miami Jewish Community
Center; Gus Jacobson, executive
director of the Miami Beach YM
& WHA; and Maurice Grossman
executive director of the Miami
Jewish Community Center and
The first meeting of the new
Central Recreational Organiza-
tion will be held Thursday.
February 16. at 8 p.m. at Federa-
tion. This organization is tht-
outcome of the study conducted
by the recerational usrvey com-
mittee of the Federation, under
the chairmanship of Carl Weinkle.
The study concluded with the
recommendation that in order to
meet the needs of the growing
community "it is essential to
centralize" the recerational pro-
Tpm and to plan on an over-all
basis."
sicording to Stanley C. Myers,
chairman of the Federation's
community planning committee,
under whose auspices the recrea-
tional survey committee was set
up, all organizations engaged in
leisure time activities participated
in the study. Most of the organ-
izations involved in the study
have already approved the recom-
mendation calling for the creation
of a 'Central Recreational Organ-
ization" and have named repre-
sentatives to the organization.
Among the organizations in-
cluded in the new set-up are:
Miami Jewish Community Center,
Beach Y, Zionist Youth Commis-
sion, B'nai B'rith Youth Organ-
ization, Miami Hebrew School and
Congregation. Congregation Beth
El, Flag"!er-Granada Jewish Cen-
ter, West Miami Jewish Center,
Miami Springs-Hialeah Jewish
Center, North Dade Jewish
Center, North Shore Jewish
Center and the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation. Several other
synagogues and suburban centers
are in the process of acting on
the report.
Next Thursday's meeting will
concern itself with the set-up of
the constitution, election of of-
ficers and engaging the personnel
for the new Central Recreational
Organization.
Mrs. M. Sirkin
Carl Weinkle
Rabbi Murray Grauer.
"The survey is of interest to
every family in Miami, as the
recreational structure for the next
15 or 20 years will be determined
by the master plan it contains,"
Silver said. "The survey was the
result of the many requests for
asssitance in planning leisure
time activities. These requests
came from the new suburban
areas, the synagogues, the Beach
Y, the Miami Jewish Community
Center, as well as national youth
organizations. Kaplan, who was
intimately connected with the
survey in all its phases, will
summarize the proceedings."


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pr du tion Tuesday nig
Headed by Maurice Schwa
the cast will :
presentation of "God, Man and
Devil" with -It's Hard to Be a
Jew." The Jewish Floridian re-
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loyalty of American Jews "is
manufactured out of the whole
cloth." the Council's statement
said. "Nowhere and at no time
3 A corpse came to life at the
Plaza last Tuesday nightlively.
entertaining, and often highly .a tiowm
dramaticbut a corpse withal. It has the American Council for
was the spirit of a way of life now Judaism created the issue of 'dual
. long dead and all but forgotten. loyalties. It is Zionism"s Jewish
Maurice Schwartz and his
troupe of Yiddish actors tried in
'.the revival of Godon's "God. Man
and Devil" to bridge the yawning
"-, chasm between Jewish life in
nationalism and its spokesmen in
the United States and Israel whc
follow the Zionist mandate 'to
strengthen and foster Ji
national sentiment and
ness'," the Statemei I ..sized.
The Council as ribed
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Dinner fi Honor
Israel Diamond
Congri gation Beth Tfilah will
:.t. Israel Dia-
-timonial dinner on
Sunday, February 12. at 8:30 p.m.
at the Viet ir Hotel.
The affair is being given in
recognition "of Mr. Diamond's
outstanding service to the syna-
gogue during the three and a
half years he has been a mem-
Diamond, who was recently
re-elected president, is responsi-
ble for the trides that have
been made thi synagogue.
S r. Claude Pepper will be
iki ana Harry Zuker-
I v-ere-
monii Ral Irving Lehrman
J -;,:-. E. Rackovsk will
als i spi iefly.
ir will be
the inst fficers. Dr.
n will j ve as
til ffici T nstalled
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ent: S n All
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Chaii :. affair is S Iney
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[. Kai
Gables Center
Plans Dedication
m aring completion
eren nies to be
Gables Jewish
3 n lay, February 19.
plan, president
i .: Rabbinical Associa-
.1! Rabbi Morris A.
Skop ;ilai leader. The
bi anefcongrega-
''" by Rabbi Leon
nd greetings will be
r ,bbis M. Greenstein
Pi Bi ii ii. Jacob Honig
M. Mescheloff, S.
; ; :.M. Shapiro I.
Ever I Lehrman and Moshay
Miami and Miami
.' ph Malek and
Sti i Kessler will
Hebrew melodies.
I the altar will be
by Cantors Samuel
nd Maurice Mnmches to
d by the presentation
of the Torahs. Ner Tomid, Silver
Yad. Pulpit Flags. Bible. Prayer
Book and Ten Commandments.
Invited guests include Chaplain
James A. Boston of Pratt Veterans
Hospital, where Rabbi Skop as-
sists as representative of the
National Jewish Welfare Board
and the United States Army
Chaplaincy Division: Dr. Ellwood
C. Nance, president of Tampa
University; J. Whitehead. director
of the Miami Conference of
Christians and Jews and civic and
religious leaders of the com-
munity.
Masada House Party
Eugene Aronovitz will be host
at a house party for members of
the Miami Masada at his home,
2450 S.W. 2nd Ave., on Saturday,
February 11, at 8:30 p.m.
Kovner Head*
Housing I nil
Walter Kovner, Miami BeJ
attorney was elected chain*
of the Miami Beach Housii*
Authority. He succeeds ftjl
Witzman, who died recent I
Kovner was previously a memi*!
and vice chairman of the aJ
thority.
Members are meanwhile await.
ing a $20,000 federal grant al
order to conduct a survey -J
determine the need for low-rent, I
units in the Miami Beach area.
Other members of the author..
ty are Jules Channing, Otto Bi.il
and Jack Gordon.
Final Session Of Teachers* Seminar
I damn's riassrooin Demons! ratioi
Final ion of the seminar for
Jewish teachers to be held Tues-
day, February 14, at 8 p.m. at
Temple Beth Sholom will intro-
duce a novel procedure. Demons-
tration of actual classroom
situat: >ns in the teaching of
history will be the subject of
evaluation by the some 100
teach' tten ling the sessions.
F ses of varying ages
will bi if study. Mrs.
D 11 I the third
Marder will con-
duct fifth yeai class in a
n "The Return from
B phical sketches
will be the subject
x. under the direction
of Mrs. Jean Berman. Ralpil
Bargteil wil Reach the Civil Wrl
period in American-Jewish his-1
tory before the ninth year class.I
Students of these regular class]
at the Beth Sholom School wil
be present. Sydney Greenbergsl
educational director at the schoxI
The seminars are a project oil
in-training for all Jewish teachesI
sponsored by the Bureau of Jei-f
ish Education of Greater Miami
Board To Meet
Mrs. Ida Optner. Mrs. Haryl
Kaufman and Mrs. Harry Einhoal
will be hostesses to the board oi I
Miami Beach B'nai B'rith Wonal
on Thursday. February 16. ail
1 p.m. at the Shore Club Ho|
D -amond
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)AY. FEBRUARY 10. 1950
Til Say...
iere are Jewish groups whose ideologies are
mprehensible to other fractions of American
ry. For instance, the Workmen's Circle (Arbeiter
{) is committed to what seems a curious philoso-
It stresses Jewish nationalism in opposition to
lism. It cultivates Yiddish to the exclusion of
tew. It is interestered in Jewish life and history
ignores the Synagogue together with the Talmud
In.
lis theory of Jewish life was difficult to reconcile
good faith or clear thinking until I met an
resting personality now residing in Miami Beach.
llled on John Mill, a former leader in the
alution against Russian Czardom, an organizer
;he Jewish Socialists into a disciplined party
bd the Bund, father of the aforesaid Arbeiter
g (Workmen's Circle). Mr. Mill was able to clear
fhe incongruity that puzzled me with regard to
.ideology of the American descendants of the
fcian Bundists. For one cannot readily brush aside
convictions of intelligent people who stubbornly
1 to ideals that seem absurd and self-contradictory.
jt appears obscure becomes clear when one
erstands how an idea originates. Mr. Mill's
is of historic backgrounds helps to clear up
[mystery.
tian Revolutionists
a the comparatively liberal reign of Alexander
Jewish intelligentia emerged in Russia. This
p attended schools and universities and de-
Iped separate and apart from the traditional
lionists who controlled Russian Jewry, and from
, Maskilim who attempted to modernize the
lievalism comprising the husk and core of
lodoxy. They grew up in a secular atmosphere,
rant of Yiddish, indifferent to religion, and filled
a missionizing fervor to free Russia from the
jption and stupidity of the Czar's tyranny.
Jen 1stncridHon
PAGE THREE
Strange Cults In American Jewry
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
In the 80's, this group began to infiltrate into the
railroads, and the heavy industries, such as they
were, with the object of enlightening the proletarian
workers. The government became aware of their
underground activities and sent them all back to
the Pale, the vast overcrowded Ghetto in Western
Russia. Those conspirators for liberty and progress
had discounted the Jewish workers as unfit material
for revolutionary activity. They despised Yiddish and
hated Orthodox Rabbinism, which held the masses
in its fanatical grip. Now they made the astounding,
discovery that the Jewish worker was far better
revolution material than the primitfve, illiterate ex-
serfs. Jewish labor in spite of appalling poverty and
denied opportunities was intelligent and literate. The
Revolutionary clique began its propaganda and soon
had a well organized, self sacrificing group of work-
ers, who resented keenly the brutual tyranny of the
Czar, the bigotry of the priests, and a privileged
nobility of frivolous wastrels.
The Bund
The revolutionary Doctrinaires soon aroused op-
posing forces within the Jewish fold. The religious
leadership ascribed the pogroms and the restrictive
May Laws of the Reactionary Alexander III to the
activity of these "Nihilists." At the same time, the
Choveve Zionists, despairing of ever improving their
wretched lot in Russia, dreamed of a state in Pales-
tine. The Socialist Revolutionists in turn decided to
close ranks and form the zealous, well knit Bund.
Bundist Philosophy
It was but natural for the Bund to develop a
philosophy designed to perpetuate and spread its
influence, and at the same time saw off the horns
of the opposition. The Socialists saw in Orthodoxy,
Christian or Jewish, the protector of private property,
the enemy of progress, the stronghold of bigotry, the
preserver of the status quo. These forces of reaction
and exploitation, they declared, must be destroyed.
They became arch enemies of hoary Judaism, the
aged mother who nursed the wounds, maintained
the hope, comforted the despised and persecuted
masses for long generations.
While the Cossacks were murdering Jews in streets
afrd villages, the Bund was virtually carrying on a
spiritual pogrom against Judaism. They reviled its
holiest institutions; their weapons ranged from
ridicule to the staging of Yom Kippur balls opposite
Synagogues. Yiddish, the lowly jargon of the masses,
was elevated above Hebrew, the language that
perpetuated the religious fanaticism of the clerical
Talmudists. Zionism was declared an enemy since
it weaned away the proletariat from participating in
the struggle for the liberation of all people, including
the Jews, from political or capitalistic tyranny.
Its Consequences
The aims and principles of the Bund still prevail
in the Workmen's Circle, despite two World Wars,
the Russian Communist state. Nazi exterminations,
and the birth of Israel. The Bund may deserve credit
for organizing the Jewish masses at a critical period
in Jewish and Russian history, for their manly
resistence to Cossacks, hooligans, Black Hundreds, for
bringing hope and courage to the despairing workers
facing destruction. But history will never overlook
their blindness in opposing all Zionist effort to create
a Jewish State. In forbidding immigration to Palestine
when opportunity permitted, the Bund became the
unconscious ally of Hitler in exterminating the
Jewish masses in the murder factories of the
Treblinkas and Osweciems in Poland.
It is significant that during the" critical years of,
1946 and 1947, the Workmen's Circle of Greater
Miami ignored our pleas to join the marches, the
picketing, the giant demonstration against British
obstructions to the formation of Medinas Israel.
moiisi. Violinist To Entertain At
Hi MioIoin Sisterhood Luncheon
il Cohen, Jewish humorist, temple office. Mrs. Leon J. Ell
Ellen Beda, concert violinist, is co-chairman of the function.
Mrs. Norman Babel is in charge
of tickets. Mrs. Alexander Rob-
bins is sisterhood president.
oe featured entertainers at
annual luncheon of the Sister-
>f Temple Beth Sholom on
hesday, February 15, at 12
in the Saxony Hotel, ac-
|ing to an announcement by
Alexander Kogan, luncheon
Irman.
ohen served for several years
he United States Army where
(icted as acting chaplain, of-
ing at services and enter-
ing the Jewish soldiers with
(Yiddish stories. He has since
kled throughout the country,
Irtaining various groups with
special kind of humor. Miss
la. who came to Miami ten
s ago, is European trained
played in hospitals with a
from radio station WQAM
png the war.
jther feature of the program
be the crowning of sister-
. queen, the member who sold
most advertisements for the
|ual ad journal to be distrib-
18 a souvenir. Certificates of
jr will be awarded to runners-
fhe birthday of Rabbi Leon
lish, spiritual leader of
lple Beth Sholom, will be
ognized at the luncheon.
:kets are available at the
|lebrate Anniversary
Ir. and Mrs. Max Storch were
to a group of friends Tues-
night in honor of their
lfth wedding anniversary.
Monticello Park
To Dedicate Center
The formal dedication of the
Jewish Community Center of
Monticello *ark, 163rd St. and
11th Ave., North Miami Beach,
will be held Sunday, February
12, at 2 p.m.
"After eight years the Con-
gregation of Monticello Park has
a true house of worship," said
the Rev. Jacob D. Katz of the
center. "Until the present time
we have held services in a shack
and we are indeed fortunate, with
the few members that we have.
to be able to fulfill a dream by
erecting a building worthy of any
large city."
Mrs. Fink Named To
Beach Housing Post
Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink,
civic leader and prominent Zion-
ist worker, was this week named
executive director of the Miami
Beach Housing Authority.
Her appointment was an-
nounced by Walter Kovner,
newly-elected chairman of the
authority, on Tuesday at a meet-
ing of the housing authority
directors.
Mrs. Fink assu/nes a post made
vacant by the death of Max Good-
man, a housing authority founder.
"I only hope," Mrs. Fink said,
"that I can bring something of
Max Goodman's idealism and de-
votion into this cause."
The new director, who resides
at 1114 Alton Road with her
mother, has a son, Richard
Krieger Fink, a student at Har-
vard Law School. She has been
active in Hadassah and American
Jewish Congress and was a mem-
ber of the steering committee
which brought Miami Beach's
planning board into existence.
The job has a $5,000 salary.
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in honor of
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We request all Sabbath Observers who believe in Tharath
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Kjmist Fkrkiiar
today, FEBRUARY
EDITORIAL
The UP ilill
'.: S?c.::r.::ic la look cs ii there is little chance
:.-: Senate passage oi a genuinely liberal dis-
place A persona bill
By burdening the Cellea Bill with amer.dir.er.-.s
ri:-ix.::j persona :-: German ethnic origin eligible
kx admisa on oa displaced r^:s.r:is and requij
thirty pei cent ol the visaa to be issued re
persona with two yean ol :::::u/^^!
xpes enee the Se:--:e 'ud.r.-:y Co~.~.:~ee h.-.s
; ascu nted the Cellei Bill ai all hberahsm The
i cnona to the old rr krw were strongly s:.-.:e:i
by Preside: Truman himserl when he called
. f. ::-.:. persona OCI icioua and :.s;n~.:::
Jews ~ i prevision i iwiiIhiI by 'he Ser.c.e
_.-...- committee with :=;;:; lo persons ::
Sermon ethnic origin s sc sr:r!e on ::s s~:-re
eda no ezpka ohon The provision with
- .- Euro] experience :s as vieiOUl as
' -? purposeful H: we ash COB a perse" who
03 ; i ae T? camps oi I_:are :c: year?
. .- prove that re was as agricul-
"-" worses when the country a: nil a::a:n has
crerrua and .>:. those who might prove
: sa suci C workes are '.cr.c dead
art achned tc :::;; with Ta::o:ess~an
Ce e: sponsor oi the House-approved bill thai
be amendments sugaessed by the Senate
. an*....ee ,*r..v
KS :ae :::;j:::
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YES ~'~I ROOT IS DEEP '
Herman Mentality
The restitution claims oi the Ncz; v
driving German taxpayers to su.cide, th FvJ
Minister of Essen wept this wee!-: as he add J
the local parliament. "
Self-pity is so ingrained a German ^1
it is hardly necessary for us tc pause atthj,
manifestation of an old hah-H nt "JJ
threat of suicide is not a plecscn; one to Z
even though it is doubtful there is great '
to the Minister's outburst. We value lif
franklly speaking we would net weep if We
in the papers that several Germans ac'
eliminated themselves from this v.orld
of Jewish restitution claims. In fact, were
even a taint of contrition in the German soulti
would have been at least a few suicides in(
many propelled by shame and bad con
Instead of showing shame, let alone a sen-
guilt, the very Germans who benefited fronl
steclth of Jewish property cae r.aw threats
the world with self-immolation if -hey are i
pelled to return what the ordinary thief is ere
to do when apprehended.
If the tragedy were not so grim this dispbfl i
German mentality would evoke deep lauqsfl '
Kanquof Will
Honor Kabbi
s^A.'r^e ghZX CARE Announces SP*'*- Passover
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food proqraa
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PEN wd a hall pounds of
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CARE headqu
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of beef luncheon meat; 1
of coffeei 1 pound vegetal
shortening: 3 | 8 ou
condensed m:ik: .: -^:
meal, and 1 pound. 8 ounces
matzo.
Plan Purim Dance
The Sisterhood : the Xort!
Jewish Center
plans for a P..
held at the N'. rth M
Club. 454 N E x-: St n S;
day. March 4. a: 6 r m Must
be provided by L uis Ben
court's Orchestra
charge of the Mrt
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toward the c^.'.i.r.-
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to continue and sp -ze ini
phases of federal
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tax specials:
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r, FEBRUARY 10. 1950
issah Group
leet Monday
eeting of the Henrietta
f-oup of Hadassah will be
Monday, February 13,
I. at the Beach Y. Mrs.
Altholtz will preside.
Ifred M. Mamlet, chair-
Greater Miami Zionist
ommission, has arranged
ram which will include
Aaronson, Junior Hadas-
Viice Prcd, IZFA, and
Miller, Young Judaea.
Chain] Weitzmann Group
kg Judaea will present a
(rticipants will be Nancy
Sandra Ell, Elizabeth
| Rhoda Feldman, Eugene
Ann Broad, Marilyn
b. Charlotte Glycke, Gilda
In. Bert Leiber. Martha
Iki'i'. Barbara Rothman,
[Washer. Sally Rossman
rris Broad, President.
teta Council
ts 4)f fleers
JDottie Singer was un-
|ly re-elected president of
"3eta Council of the Miami
[Community Center this
senior at Miami Senior
tiool. Miss Singer has been
teen-age activities for
three years,
[officers are Myra Gerson,
Jesident; Eleanor Davis!
Ig secretary; Barbara
corresponding secretary;
fcaplan, treasurer; Lila
I sergeant-at-arms; Ann
chaplain; and Sandra
auditor.
|een of Hearts" dance will
nod by the council on
I February 14, at 8:30
m Dusen To Speak
Raymond Van Dusen,
of speech. University of
I will speak on "Speech
Is of Cerebral Palsied
I" at the next meeting of
krcbral Palsy Parents
[Dade County Society for
children, on Thursday,
fl at 8 p.m., Roosevelt
5)00 N.E. 2nd Ave.
+Jmi$l> rki-Mian
PAGE FIVE
Peerce To Return
The Miami Beach Jewish Com-
munity Center will present
Metropolitan Opera Star Jan
Peerce in a return engagement
on Sunday, March 5. according to
Mrs. Ira C. Halsey, chairman
Tickets for the concert are now
on sale at the center office.
School Demonstration
First afternoon demonstration
meeting to be given by the
children of the Miami Jewish
Community Center pre-school has
been set for Monday, February
13, at 2:15 p.m. in the center
auditorium. The nursery will
demonstrate projects and activi-
ties including ballet, Hebrew folk
songs and dances, rhythm band,
Pianist To~Play~
Florence Kutzen, Detroit pianist,
will present a program at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Mandell, 3164 Sheridan Ave., Mi-
ami Beach, on Sunday, February
12 at 8:30 p.m. y
Miss Kutzen, who is under the
management of Ruth Brotman
will shortly be heard in a public
recital.
Persons Sought
The National Council of Jewish
Women is seeking information
concerning the present where-
abouts of Ernest and Gienia Abra-
ham, both originally from
Krakow, Poland. Mr. and Mrs.
Abraham emigrated to the United
States from Stuttgart, Germany
in 1946, and were formerly em-
ployed at Hotel Alden, 2925
Indian Creek Drive, Miami Beach.
They are being sought by a R.
Ginsberg, now in Johannesburg.
South Africa. It is requested that
they contact the office of the
National Council, 315 Laneford
Bldg.
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has become one of Miami Beach's
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has exclusive agency for Johnston
and Murphy's shoesone of the
outstanding, nationally advertised
shoe lines in the country.
Cantor To Sing
Cantor Maurice Ganchoff, well
known cantor, will conduct serv-
ices at Beth Tfilah on Friday and
Saturday, February 24 and 25.
The cantor, who is appearing for
the first time in this community,
will also present a concert on
Sunday evening.
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Luncheon Series
Sisterhood of the Coral
Jewish Center has
a series of Wednesday
In dessert luncheons,
vill be followed by arts
Its and sewing sessions or
|rs. Joseph Platt and Mrs.
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crafts group.
kterhood is planning an
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Lauritz Melchior, Saturday, Feb-
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Melchior, Wagnerian tenor of
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PAGE SIX
Lillian Stern
Betrohtal Told
Lillian Steen
Announcement has been made
of the engagement of Miss Lillian
Steen to Milt Mitler by her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Philip R.
Steen. 5172 S.W. 4th St.
The bride-elect, formerly of
Ni w York and Brookline. Mass.,
ii;l Emerson College of
tics in Boston and has been
; tivi in stage, radio and concert
Mi Mitler. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Mitler, North Bergen. N.
j '. Y : Univi rsity.
as a captain in the air
the war and is now a
radio production executive.
Mrs. L. P.
hlum
Winniman -Mr.--. Lawrence
Roslyn Hacker Wed Vows Exchanged
To Larrv Winniman By Rosenblunis
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ha
3415 S.W. 17th St.. announce the
marriage of their daugl
Miss Rose Lee Zalkin and
mce H isenblum exchanged
I ,,n January 4 in the garden
Roslyn. to Larry Philip Winni- of the home of Mi and Mrs. S. D.
man. son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Wmn 1886 s w n;h Terr.,
Isadore Winniman of New YorK Rabbj irving Lehrman.
and San Francisco, on Januarj '-.. bride is the daugh
The bride is Ighter of
7 in New York City. ;I an,| jjrs _m,:X Zalkm. 2536
Following her uiaduationJrom g^ jrjth St. Mr- Rosenblum's
blums
the New York State C
Home Economics at Cornell Uni-
versity, the forme: Miss H.
n in army
civilian hospitals. Since I
her militarj I .. if duty, shi
employed as
technician in N( V
Mi-. Winniman,
: I ive sit f Micl
with the Firsl Mi D
during the war 1,11(1
charged as a lieutenant-
He is now in the i
ness in San V.
On Vacation Here
The director of American Jew-
ish Col Women's Division
and national p. inator.
S. Arnold, is vaca-
ng it the Royal Palm Hotel
with her mother, Mis. Nicholas
L y. During her two-week stay
here, she has taken an active
inter, st in the affairs of all Miami
chapters. On Wednesday she was
h n ... si at a tea mven by the
Miami women's group.
Louise Krupsavv,
Morton I). Stubins
Repeat Vows
HARRY LESLIE
. f Hartfoi i. C m
ed Chan-
tillv '...
nd whit
nylon tulle. A a] I Ch mtilly
and clust( : vail y lily
:
...
: pu'o-
: in Vi< nna 1851 and
belonging
ii : Mi ''' nn.
Matron ol Mrs,
with n ovi
and
. She
ied a pink :. iWfer :
Briaesmaius wi.
iLenny Dai
R
the pink in I blui th< me and
carried nosegays.
Stanley Lesl best
and ushering wi
and David Goldman. Rii
1 I -. .
. :. Phyliss Einl ii
The ntfwly wi ds,
nts al '
V
SI after a h> n< n in Havana.
Adele Lifter
Adele Lifter's
Betrothal Revealed
The betrothal of Adele Lifter
to Stephen Richard Rubin has
been announced by her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Lifter, 5237
Alton Road. Miami Beach. Mr.
Rubin is the son of Mrs. Lillian
Rubin. 1335 Monad Terr., Miami
Beach. .
A June wedding is being
planned.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Miami Beach High School and
will graduate from the University
o( Miami this summer. She is a
member of Alpha Epsilon Phi
: :ty.
Mr. Rubin is a graduate of
etts Institute of Tech-
Rosalyn England To
Wed Michael Salmon
>
Co-owner of Todd and Todd. ex-
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The son of Mr. and!
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stationed in Australia!
two years, He isnowi
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arrived in Miami to!
family. Mr. Gordon'
in the country for a in*
beginning his joumej
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A. J. England of the King Cole
Miami Beach, announced
thai ol his daughter,
ii. to Michael H. Salmon,
and Mrs. Philip Sal-
1700 Meridian Ave., Miami
t a family dinner last
y night,
bi idi -elect attended Flor-
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of the University cf Florida.
he was a member of Pi
la Phi fraternity. He is now
a student at the University of
Miami Luw School.
The wedding will take place
in Cleveland this summer.

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*Jewisti fkridi&ri
PAGE SEVEN
m'ii Plan
niil.nc
been announced for
Iconvention of B'nai
^'s chapters in St.
April 15, 16 and
Jto Mis Ethel Pont,1
It.
Moss of the West (
Chapter was named
the meet by Miss j
it statewide gather- I
Mrs. Moss will be |
Irs. Ruth Rapp of
j-ving Wellins of Ft. \
id Mrs. Jack Wilson
Beach.
ias issued a call to
biapters in the state
legates immediately
Irs. Moss at 290
test Palm Beach.
Meads
Chamber
Jisch Meyer, Miami
and civic leader,
head the Beach
[Commerce for the
had been serving
president, also is a
fetor. He is a trustee
ai Hospital and was
|the campaign fund
its conversion
modern hospital
president of the or-
11 be Lloyd Farrey,
Ichard Mead, was
vice president.
Therrel was chosen
E. D. Keefer was
I chamber's national
Parris was elected
reappointed Cham-
kanager.
Beth David Ladies
To Meet February 15
A meeting of the Beth David
Sisterhood will be held Wednes-
day, February 15, at 1:30 p.m. at
Beth David.
A special Tu-B'Shevat program
will feature Cantor Maurice
Mamches, Mrs. Phil Abrams and
Mrs. Alex Stiebel.
The sisterhood is also planning
a reward luncheon and card party
to be held Tuesday, Februarv 21,
at 1 p.m. at the home of 'Mrs.
Harry Gordon, 2201 South Miami
Ave.
Working on the affair are Mrs.
Frank Rose, Mrs. E. E. Merlin
and Mrs. Max Bergman.
Betrothal Announced
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Union,
1140 S.W. 9th St., announce the
engagement of their daughter.
Shirley Frances, to Richard I.
Maland, 325 S.W. 22nd Road.
The wedding will take place
March 19.
Pioneer Women
To Hold Dinner
To Discuss Health
"The Science of Healthful Liv-
ing' will be the subject of a
discussion Saturday, February 11,
at 3:30 p.m. at the Spinoza Out-
door Forum, 124 11th St., Miami
Beach, Speakers will be Samuel
H. Orenstein, Providence, R. I
and Dr. Robert W. Anderson,
director of the Camp Hygiology,
Rheinbeck, N. Y. Charles H. Lee
will preside.
Lee will give the fifth in a
series of lectures on "The Heavens
and the Earth" on Tuesday, Feb-
ruary 7.
fo Receive
Honor
^mid, highest honor
to a Jewish Boy
Scout, will be
presented to
Daniel Roberts at
services Fri day
night at Beth
David. Bernard
Sterling, presi-
dent of the con-
gregation, will
make the pre-
sentation, and
.Albert Quadrow,
chairman of Beth
|David Scout
Troop, will speak
briefly,
three other mem-
fth David Troop will
services. The con-
11 present a scout
top,
t cracker
Piano Recital
Pupils in Miss Anyuta Melicov's
advance and intermediate piano
classes will present a recital at
her studio, 800 10th St., Miami
Beach, on Sunday, February 12,
at 3 p.m.
Participants will be Joyce
Bruckner, Goldie Fishman, Merle
Foreman. Marilyn Fishman, Joan
Kandel, Yvonne Gilbert, Dorothy
Greenberg, Phyllis Kandel, Jewel
Muravchick, Phyllis Muravchick,
Michael Shagan, Arlene Tarshis,
Shirley Usdansky and Carol
Washer.
Mrs. Israel Goldstein
The Council of Pioneer Women
of Greater Miami will hold its
eleventh annual donor dinner on
Sunday, February 12, at 12:30
p.m. at Mendelsohn's Lincoln
Manor, 2 Lincoln Road, Miami
Beach.
Mrs. Israel Goldstein of New
York City, national president of
the organization, will be guest
speaker. Rabbis Max Shapiro and
Leon Kronish will also be on the
program and Rosemary Gerson
will sing.
Pioneer Women Hold
Benefit Dinner
Pioneer Women Club No. One
of Miami Beach held a dinner at
Beth Tfilah for the benefit of the
children's building fund inlsrael,
according to Mrs. Henry Seitlin,
president.
Mrs. L. Feinstein and Mrs. B.
Pakula were co-chairmen of the
affair. Assisting them were Mrs.
Minna Bawer and Mrs. Seidman,
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky spoke
on "The Need in Israel."
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Max Meisel, president of the Bureau of Jewish Education,
tenders a testimonial scroll to Dr. Charles D. Tharp, dean of the
college of liberal arts of the University of Miami, in "appreciation
of the university's inclusion of Hebrew as a fully accredited course
in the modern language curriculum." The presentation took place
at Temple Israel.
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Mr. and Mrs. lack Shapiro, 853 S.W. 11th St., have as their
guests Mr. Shapiro's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Cohn of Brooklyn.
V *
Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Raffel and their two small daughters
have motored in from Bristol, Conn., to spend a month with
Mrs. Raffel's mother, Mrs. L. Szerlip, and grandmother, Mrs. A.
Berman. Mr. Raffel is junior member of the Raffel Department
Store in Bristol and president of the Chamber of Commerce
there. Mrs. Raffel is president of the Bristol Hadassah.
* *
Mrs. Sam Newman and son, Arnold, who have been visiting
Mrs. Newman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Zimmerman, were
unexpectedly called back to Camden, N. J.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Adler and daughter, Judith, have
returned to their home in Freehold, N. J., after a visit with Mr.
and Mrs. Nat Levitt, 835 N.W. 7th Street Road.
* *
Mrs. Sonia Levitt has returned to Miami after an extended
visit in New York, Atlanta and other cities. Mrs. Levitt will soon
leave for Israel, where she will spend the Passover holidays.
-K *
Visiting relatives here is Joe Goldstein of Galax, Va. Mr.
Goldstein, who is the son-in-law of Mrs. Gus Ginsburg, 2323
S.W. 21st Ave., will be here for two weeks.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Storch of Brooklyn are vacationing
at the Clifton Hotel, Miami Beach. During their stay they are
being entertained by their uncle and aunt, Mr. axd Mrs. Morris
Rubin, and Mr. Storch's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Max Storch.
* *
Spending a month at the Continental Hotel, Miami Beach,
are Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Larick of New York City. While
here they are being entertained by Mrs. Larick's sister and
brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Zeientz.
* *
Mrs. Rosalyn Benat and her daughter, Cheryl, of New York
are spending two months with Mrs. Benat's parentts, Mr. and
Mrs. Saul Kenholz of Miami Beach.
Caming To Address
Hadassah Unit
*H. W. William Caming will
speak on "And Then We Turned
to Make the Peace" at the Friday
review of the Hannah Senesch
Group of Hadassah to be held
February 10 at 1:30 p.m. at Tem-
ple Beth Sholom, according to
Mrs. Sol H. Leslie, chairman of
the reviews.
Caming. who was the deputy
director of the U. S. Office for
War Crimes, was one of the chief
prosecutors at the Nuremburg
war crime trials,
judge adovcate general in the
Asiatic theatre of operation for
three years during the war, he
has written extensively on
foreign policy, conditions abroad,
international and military law.
Caming is a Phi Beta Kappa, a
graduate of the Law School of
Harvard University and a mem-
ber of the New York Bar.
The group will be the hosts at
an Oneg Shabat at the home of
Mrs. Norman Liebling, 214 W.
San Marino Dr., on Saturday,
February 11, at 1:30 p.m. Mrs.
Irwin Weinstein will be in charge
of the program.
A meeting of the group will be
held Monday, February 13. at
the King Cole Hotel. Mrs. Morris
Alpert will preside. Dr. Zev
Cohen will speak.
H. W. Caming
Lodge To Meet
Louis D. Brandeis Lodge 199,
Free Sons of Israel, will meet
Thursday, February 9. at 8:30
p.m. at the Anglers Club, Miami
Beach, according to an announce-
ment from Leslie C. Rome, presi-
dent. Twenty new members will
be inducted at the meeting.

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iY, FEBRUARY 10. 1950
+Jewisti fkrkttan
PAGE NINE
e get lists of the greatest
players, or the best-
women and so on.
of us take these lists with
of salt. I believe very
the makers of the lists
lves entertain a similar
After all, any list must
Irily be something of a
al matter. It is like listing
best foods or the ten |
Bt girls. I have no doubt
lany an obscure girl looks
sf to her boy friends as
TEN GREATEST JEWS
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
tly Dr. Israel Goldstein listed the ten greatest Jews
half of the twentieth century.
e like fo beguile ourselves with such lists. The late Dr.
president of Harvard, once got up a five-foot shelf of
eatest books: More recently, another group listed the
d best books. Now and
the Nazi mob seized power. There
were many who thought that but
for his premature, death, Rath-
enau would have led Germany
out of the slough of economic
despondency which made possible
the coming of Hitler to power.
Not only was Rathenau a great
political figure but like Weiz-
mann, he was one of the world's
great scientists.
Dr. Goldstein's list includes
Stephen S. Wise, but it does not
include Prof. Solomon Schechter.
arr does"to Hollywood.' \ Th,',s ',s surprising when one re-
r* u.t..in>. i;- .u calls that Pruf. Schechter, if I am
r Goldsteins list of the not mistaken. took a special in_
,test Jews-, he last half, teres. jn Israe, Go,dsin wncn
w %,. w^?' the latter was a young student
u"^ ?? nEub VZ* at the Jewish Theological Semi-
Ben Gunon, Biahk and j nary g^,^,,, of ceourse was
lum- not the popular kind of figure
a solid sort of list and | that Dr wise was, but as a
He on it is a person of Jewish scholar, as a personality.
yet I suppose such a list as an influence on the intellectual
d by. say, a poet like i side of Jewish religious life. I
1 Spender, or a writer like | do not believe he had his match
in America.
Perhaps Dr. Goldstein did not
include Schechter because, after
all, Schechter died shortly after
the first World War. Yet Zangwill
also passed away in the early
part of the century.
As for Zangwill. while his
eminence cannot be questioned, it
is possible that some would have
substituted Franz Kafka, who
died a fairly young man. only a
few years ago. A veritable cult
has already arisen 'about Kafka,
hlcrites in the days before It is not confined to Jews. His
cht might be different.
|;ibly all of us would agree
of the men listed by Dr.
sin but some of us might
to swap one or two for
|pcct that an Emil Ludwig,,
stance, might think that
Hathenau in Germany is
is as worthy of being on
|a list as Leon Blum,
uu was the top political
lin pie-Hitler Germany. He
|e first man murdered by
fame seems to wax with each
succeeding year. Zangwill, of
course, was the more popular
writer, a sparkling man of wit, a
coiner of epigrams, but Kafka
was the deeper prober, a searcher
of the human soul. Max Brod once
wrote of Kafka that had he not
been such a diffident person, he
would have been a world leader.
Considering the growing number
of writings about him, it may be
that he will still be that.
If I were composing such a list,
I think I would include Prof.
Franz Oppenheimer, the German
Jewish economist who died in
California a few years ago. And
I don't believe I am the only one
who would put Oppenheimer on
such a list. I recall a banquet for
Oppenheimer on his arrival in
America when Einstein remarked
that Oppenheimer was one
thinker, some of whose writings
were too deep even for him. Of
course, Einstein was indulging in
a little merriment but Einstein
had the highest regard for him
and there are those who think
that some day economists may
j rediscover Oppenheimer. He was
| the one economist, it seems to
me. who reallv showed how the
! system of free, enterprise might
1 be maintained. It was Oppen-
| heimer's thesis that when people
j attack the system of free enter-
i prise, their mistakes lies in
i confusing the monopoly in the
system with free enterprise. It
was Oppenheimer's contention
that it was possible and, by fairly
: simple methods, to eliminate
1 monopoly from our system and
thus make free enterprise a fully
j beneficent system.
There is no woman on Dr.
Goldstein's list, but some might
think perhaps that the late Qer-
, trudo Stein is entitled to a place.
| To be sure. I know we all were
want to make merry with "A rose
| is a rose is a rose." Some of her
writings, like some modern paint-
ing, seem like gibberish to most
! of us. But, after all, Ernest
Hemingway and Sherwood An-
derson have both testified to the
important influence which Miss
i Stein had on their writings, and
if, as is commonly said today,
i most of the contemprorary writ-
ers imitate Hemingway, then
| Gertrude Stein must get some of
the credit.
Perhaps if you were to ask a
psycholgist to make up such a
list, he might include besides
Freud, whom Dr. Goldstein has
mentioned, also Wertheim, one
of the best known exponents of
the Gestalt School of Psychology.
If you asked a musician to make
such a list, he might place on^it
the name of Arnold Schonberg,
generally regarded as the greatest
of the ultra-modern composers.
And what about half-Jews like
Picasso, the painter, and Neils
Bohr, the scientist?
Actually I doubt whether any
generation is competent to pass
on its own great men in any final
sense. I remember when Herbert
Spencer was thought to be the
last thing in profundity. Today
Spencer is read by no one.
A long time ago, when Henry
Clay was in Congress, another
Congressman in the midst of a
long, wearying speech, pointed his
finger at Clay and said, "Sir, you
speak for the fleeting moment but
I speak for posterity."
Clay interjected: "Yes, and you
seem determined to speak until
your audience arrives."
But the real point of the story
is that the name of the Congress-
man who thought he was speak-
ing for posterity has been lost
in the haze of time, but we still
remember Henry Clay.
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FRIDAY, FEBRIUn*
Ten Organizations Granted Authority
To Conduct Campaigns For Israel In 1950
NEW YORKTen organizations have been granted auth
to conduct campaigns in behalf of Israel during 1950. it w
nounced by the Committee on Control and Authorization ol t im
paigns of the Jewish Agency, with headquarters in Jerusalen
*WTherco'mmittee. headed in this country by Dr. Nahum G Idmi in
chairman of the American Section of the Jewish Agency. 6 fi
66th St.. was set up at the request of the government of israi
assure priority of the United Jewish Appeal as the majoi S I
of funds for the absorption and colonization program in Israi
to reduce duplication in the fund-raising field. Its work has reci
the endorsement of the Council of Jewish Federations and Weltare
Funds, representing the overwhelming majority of Jewish c
munities in this country.
The committee authorized the following:
Hadassah. the Women's Zionist Organization of America, inc.
(including Junior Hadassah)
National Committee for Labor Israel (Histadruth Campaign)
Jewish National Fund (traditional collections only*
Pioneer Women, the Women's Labor Zionis: Org nizati n I
America. Inc.
Mizrachi Women's Organization of America (including Junior
Mizrachi Women)
American Fund for Israel Institutions
American Red Mogen Dovid for Israel. Inc. (membership cam-
paign only)
Federated Council of Palestine Institutions
Material for Israel. Inc. (materials only)
Women's League for Israel. Inc. (New York area only
A spokesman for the Jewish
Obituaries
HENRY TOBIAS SCHIFr
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ESTHER APTE
Prank;

Agency explained that authoriza-
tion was granted in each case
after submission of formal ap-
plication together with necessary
financial data. He emphasized
that the authorizations do not im-
ply endorsement, and that all or-
ganizations whose applications
were approved have agreed to run
their campaigns so as to assure
priority to the United Jewish
Appeal drive.
The spokesman added that
many small traditional Israel in-
stitutions, which have been
supported in the past by U. S.
philanthropy, are today receiving
allocations from the American
Fund for Israel Institutions or
from the Federated Council of
Palestine Institutions.
There are certain other institu-
tions which have traditionally
raised small sums in the U. S. A..
particularly in the New York area
and which are doing constructive
work, the spokesman said. The
pleted. the united fund will be
added to the authorized list
the same terms as the other
authorized organizations. Should
negotiations fail, the three insti-
tutions will be granted auth -
ization separately under similar
conditions.
Bropse .loins
College Mali
Prof. Edward Yarde Breese.
formerly of the .acuities of the
George Tech and the University
of Georgia, has joined the newly-
expanded department of manage-
ment and personnel at Charron-
Williams Commercial College.
Educated at Princeton and
Harvard, Prof. Breese brings
practical experience gained in
over twelve years as executive
and management counsel in the
New York area. He is a veteran
of three years service with the
Agency representative urged that AAF in the last war. Since 1946 he
persons asked to contribute to any has been a member of the faculty
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held ai Uortfoi r eral Home on
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nffii iat ng Interment took place in
Mt N o i mi tery.
organization not named in the
list of ten "authorized campaigns"
consult first with the Committee
on Control and Authorization of
Campaigns.
The spokesman added that
negotiations are now under way
for the establishment of a united
fund in behalf of the Weizmann
Institute of Science, the Hebrew
University and the Haifa Tech-
nion. It was explained that, if
negotiations are successfully eom-
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EDDIE ALPER
of the Georgia Institute of
Technology at Atlanta and ad-
junct professor of economics at
the University of Georgia.
A firm believer in the value of
practical management. Professor
Breese stated, "When the dollars
and cents value of adult training
in modern scientific techniques
of management and production
are considered, training in these
fields becomes s 'must' for everv
business man and employee."
Courses in primary and ad-
vanced personnel and manage-
ment are now forming at the
college.
MRS MIRIAM LAZARUS FRANKLIN
siding al -1 i .- W, 7th .St.,
i tway .it her home on Monday
following an Illness She Ii survived
by her husband, l.t Benjamin FYank-
lln, l" S Ai mj a da ighter Vickj.
her parents Mr md Mrs Manuel
S Laxarus Miara and ,i brother,
Ted. Servl .-.- w ei held Wi li e* I i
.it thr :':don Funei H ime with
R ibbl Max .-! .it>ii official ng Inter-
ment took place Mi Nebu Cemetery.
MRS. ROSE DEUTCH
52, of 2J4! N, Bay Road, passed
away Ian week Surviving Mn
I'euti-h. who oame her* from New
York City more than ten yean ago,
are her husband I four
sons, oiibi n D inald, Arthur and
Stewart; and a da ighter Mrs Muriel
Hoffman Servli were held at R ..
side Memorial Chapel with Interment
in Ml Stnal i mi
Ellis Roy Mass Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
; to the memory of the late Ellis
Roy Mass who passed away at
the age of eleven, formerly of
2o44 S.W. 19th Terr., will 'take
place Sunday at 2 p.m. at Mt.
Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Max
Shapiro officiating. He w sur-
vived by his parents. Mr, and
Mrs. Ed Mass. and a brother
I Myron. Arrangements are in
charge of Palmer's Miami Monu-
ment Company. Friends and rela-
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will not forsake their ancient
faith. Dr. Maurice N. Eisendrath,
president of the Union of Ameri-
can Hebrew Congregations, de-
clared in reply to the invitation
; Pope Pius XII to all Protestants
and Jews to join the Catholic
Church. "The Protestants can in-
deeJ -peak for themselves," he
stated, "but for us Jews, we will
require greater justification for
the demand that we forsake the
faith of our fathers, tried and
tested through the centuries and
not found wanting."
Addressing congregational lead-
ers and representatives of Reform
temples and synagogues in Michi-
gan. Illinois. Minnesota and
Wise nsin, meeting at the first
annual convention of the Great
Lakes Council of the UAHC Dr.
Eisendrath called instead for
"greater Judaism greater Jew-
ish community and congregational
life, and strengthening of the
national institutions of Judaism."
He added: "We will not join with
a church which has stood virtual-
ly silent in the face of the most
blasphemous denial of religion in
our generation. We Jews will not
soon forget the official concordat
be: ween Rome and the Nazi
regime, between the official
spokesman of Catholicism and the
m ist brutal, bestial mass murder-
:. hist iiy."
Frat Initiate
Installs Uagfl
Omega Eta chapter Jf"1
Lambda Phi J^-j
University 0f Miami V
nine new members at an i
tion held at the home oTsTi
Pallot. 5070 N Alt jS
January 25. New ^^M
the Miami area include M
Blank. Stuart Ginsberg and'^l
K. Jacobs. Others are J^J
Kane Robert Koeppel M
Oxfeld and Marvin Wem?!
Officers were installed%|
include rex. S. Ronald pS
arcnon, Norman R rj
keeper of the exchw^f
Goldenberg; scribe. V J
and marshal. Rbert Pelt,

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LOUIS SHANKMAN
- of :.'i S.W. :ith Ave., passed
isl week following a brief
Mi SI mkman came to Miami
years go from Brooklyn. He
- survived bj his wife, Ida: three
M tin ;>>i] Samuel; and
gi indchildren Services were
held ii. Gordon l';n.-r.il Home with
interment in Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
MRS. ROSE STEINMAN
Of 2460 Flamingo I "rive passed
away last Thursda} at the home of
1210 S.W 25tb Ave.
She ilso survived by a daughter.
Beatrice; brother, Morris Marks;
si.-t.-r. Mrs. Lilly Hluhin The remains
were sent to New York City for serv-
li es and interment by Riverside
Memorial Chapel, Washington Ave.
MRS. IDA MEHLMAN
Passed away last week. Surviving
her husl.anil, Irving, ilaughters, Sirs.
Sally Krone and Mrs. Florence
Lovrensteln; son Harold and grand-
children Services were held at the
Beach Memorial Chapel, with Rabbi
l^-on Kronish officiating. Interment
was hei.i in Mi Nebo Cemetery.
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Ktmiatt ftcrMian
PAGE ELEVEN
Zionists Plan Testimonial Dinner
bbi Abba Hillel Silver In March
Lmi Beach Zionist Dis-
set the evening of
/, March 8, for its
anquet, Miami Beach
istice Kenneth Oka,
of the affair, has an-
The banquet wil be held
jr-conditioned banquet
iple Beth Sholom.
Stone, president, Miami
onist District, revealed
linner will be a testi-
the internationally
jnist leader. Rabbi Abba
irer, of Cleveland, Ohio,
address the guests.
irer has long been an
[spokesman of a militant
hlicy. He is chairman of
Irican Zionist Council,
lof the American branch
krld Jewish Agency and
(dent of the Zionist Or-
: of America. In addition
tical leadership of the
Dvement, Dr. Silver has
led himself as a scholar
Jtual leader. He is the
leader of the Temple, in
which has become one
emost Jewish congrega-
country.
with Judge Oka as co-
|-of the annual dinner are
Ginsburg and Daniel
Broad' is also acting in
ty of treasurer for the
^1. Assisting them are
S. Andron, Jack D.
eorge M. Cohen, Isidore
Abe Goodman, Cantor
felemer. Rabbi Moshay
Arnold I. Scher, Mat-
verstein, Alfred Stone
Van Straaten.
[ Mande and Ensemble
iinner music, and Can-
el Kelemer will render
cal selections.
[South Florida" To
lty Fair Theme
ng agricultural, educa-
vocational activities,
annual Dade County
lopen March 2 for a ten-
Jd at the Dade County
rounds, according to
f. Houston, Miami Shrine
fd by Miami Temple
or the Florida Depart-
Agriculture and the
^unty Commission, the
1 show many of the ag-
! and industrial resuorces
lorida.
Jordan, Macon, Ga.,
laged the Georgia State
[28 years will again be
of the exhibits,
erne of the fair, "Know
Biida," will be followed
Jt the exhibition, Jordan
" one of the purposes of
'; event is to acquaint
/ear-round resident and
lal visitor with activities
Florida's, schools, farm
industries. .
Kenneth Oka
Hadassah Will
Hear Judge Holt
Miami Group of Hadassah will
meet Monday, February 13, at 8
p.m. in the Shenandoah Element-
ary School auditorium. Mrs.
Jasper Cromer, president will
preside, and four other Hadassah
groups, the Business and Pro-
fessionals of Miami and Miami
Beach, the Menorah group of Mi-
ami and the Juniors of Miami, will
be present as guests.
Guest speaker will be Judge
George E. Holt who recently re-
turned from a trip to Israel under
the auspices of the American
Christian Palestine Committee.
The B & P and the Juniors will
participate in the program which
will feature a musical sketch.
Representing the Juniors will be
Elaine Goodman, Lee Friedman,
Elaine Sachs, Miriam Scheinberg
and Elaine Pollock, and B & P
participants will be Mrs. Peter
Brod, Mrs. Bernard Kimmel,
Betty Kandel and Edythe Bern-
stein. Also taking part will be
Mrs. Harold B. Cohen and Mrs.
Irving Genet will play piano ac-
companiment. Mrs. Simon April
will offer the devotional.
Music Month
Plans Outlined
Plans for the celebration of
national Jewish Music Month in
Miami call for a city-wide music
recital on Saturday, March 18, a
youth music festival on Sunday,1
March 19, a special radio program
and special programs by organ-
izations during the months of
February and Marcn.
A special meeting for repre-
sentatives of all Jewish organiza-
tions will be held on Wednesday,
February 15, at the Miami Jewish
Community Center at 8:15 p.m. to
complete the details of the city-
wide music recital.
Auditions will be held for all
youth between the ages of six
and 16 on Sunday, February 19,
at the school auditorium of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center from
3 to 5 p.m. Auditions for both
voice and instrument will be
under the direction of Margaret
Chasan. All Jewish schools and
clubs are being contacted to bring
out all available musical talent
for participation' in the youth
music festival.
The arrangements committee to
date consists of Miss Chasan. Gus
Jacobson, director of the Miami
Beach YM & WHA.; Julius
Samuels, activities director at the
Miami Jewish Community Center;
Ben Yomen, choir director at the
Miami Beach Jewish Center; and
Louis Schwartzman, executive di-
rector of the Bureau of Jewish
Education of Greater Miami.
Nussbaum Unveiling i
The dedication of a monument!
to the memory of the late Max |
Nussbaum, formerly of 361 Jef- |
ferson Ave., Miami Beach, will |
take place Sunday at 2:30 p.m. I
at Mt. Sinai Cemetery with Rabbi I
Moses Mescheloff officiating. Mr. |
Nussbaum was a member of the
Beth Jacob Congregation and is
survived by his wife, two sons
and three grandchildren. Ar-
rangements are in charge of
Palmer's Miami Monument Com-
pany. Friends .and relatives are
asked te be present.
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Rhea Hass.
Rabbi Shoulson To Speak
Rabbi Shoulson will address
members of the Histadruth
L'Tarbut Ivrith of Greater Miami
at a meeting at the Spinoza
Forum, 124 11th St., Miami Beach,
on Sunday, February 12, at 3 p.m.
The talk and discussion to follow
will be in Hebrew.
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Dr. James Yard, a national
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dedicated to Brotherhood Week
sponsored by Sholem Lodge, B'nai
B'rith on Friday, February 10,
at 12:15 p.m. in the Downtowner
Restaurant. Dr. Yard will discuss
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ALSO A NATIONALLY FAMOUS HUMORIST
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PAGE TWELVE
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY
10
Judge Rothenberg Elected National
Chairman By Reorganized UP A Board
NEW YORK Judge Morris Rothenberg. ol[New York
w elected national chairman of the UnUed Fejjtai Ap
by the 1,3. meeting of the UPAs -organized ^da
A member of the actions committee of the.Won
who has heaaed eve. .
Organization, Judge Rothenberg,
Z ion is M
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the Jewish Nal : nd.
held
B '
tion of the
Zionist ranks a ; The
board repi ents a com-
nt with the in-
n of forty-i ight epi
from communities and
ns tl ighout the n
si venty-two lelegat
the UPAs constituent bodiesthe
Foundation Fund and
the Jewish National Fund.
Ch;.: zing the present board
sign fii ant symbol of unity.'"
_ declared that
-it welded together all a
of the Zi mist M vi m< nt. as well
presentatives of the com-
munities, as a unified entity,
intent on carving out a positive
pi gram of immigration and de-
pment for Israel. At the same
time, the new 120 member board
oved a $209,000 budget for
1950, the major portion of which
be provided by American
Jews,
The budget is based on an
i cpected migration of 150.000
from forty-eight countries.
Two-thirds of this influx will be
prised of immigrants coming
from the Neai and Far East, and
tne remaining one-third from
European countries.
Judge Rothenberg told the
board that whole communities of
Jev ilready on the move
North Africa, including one-
Abraham Goodman has been
elected associate treasurer of
the United Palestine Appeal by
the reorganized 120 member
board of directors at its first
meeting. Representing the Jew-
ish community of Miami en the
UPA board i William D. Singer.
Puchkoffs To Entertain
Mr. and Mrs. P. Puchkoff w,l
rhamisa Asar B'Shevat
JOTS
^n Monday, Februarj 13. at J
p.m.
DOV Chapter To Meet
DOVChi : M./rachiWom-
February 15, at l
El A full report
ration
Plan tor a Punm
,;,i n Sunday.
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rehabilitati m f inunigi tits
sum covers the cos' of diseml
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Agricultural colonization
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immigrants, the reconstruction of
war-damaged property, promo-
tion of industry to create employ-
ment opportunities, and develop-
ment of agriculture in suburban
areas.
At the same 'time he reported
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JtvisbflnrklifMi
PAGE THIRTEEN
irtain Will Rise On Sholem Lodge's
iird Annual "Yiddish Night" Sunday
Finii
dress rehearsals will be
this weekend for the third
nuai production of the Sholem
.o B'nai B'rith musical com-
Vhow, "Yiddish Night" to be
n the Miami Beach Senior
iiioii Favors
iisiirance On
[sines* Loans
[Government help for the small
iiness man in the form of small
fir; from banks and government
Cirance of business loans will
a certainty if proposed legis-
|i,, soon to be submitted to
Ipgress is acted upon favor-
Congressional Candidate
ft C innon declared today.
}-l plan now being formu-
ed will set up necessary
chinery to provide government
lurance of bank loans as well
small loans directly from
kks in amounts up to $10,000
SI5.000. These loans will be
hdlod in much the same manner
ft FHA loans are made now,"
[p. inted out.
f.\ secondary plan, which calls
formation of a new
pita! bank' to be financed by
Oka and insurance companies
ting all types of capital
is is also being set up.
While I am opposed to govern-
Jrit competition to private lend-
agencies, it is my belief that
pump-priming' of our
{ing economy will eventually
lourage private capital to be-
more active and
hate any further need for gov-
Imont intervention in this di-
Ition."' sak' Cannon.
High School on Sunday evening
February 12.
Ticket Chairman Sanford
Swerdlin, has announced that
there are no reservations and
tickets will be available at the
door.
A capacity audience is expected
to watch 20 community leaders
cast in leading roles in the variety
show. Miami attorneys, E. Albert
Pallot, Marx Faber. Jerome
Weinkle. Abe Aronovitz and Mil-
ton A. Friedman, will appear in
the comedy blackouts and in the
ballet finale. Maurice Grossman
and Leo Ackerman will have
leading roles in comic skits as-
sisted by Mrs. Ida Optner and
Eugene Weiss. David Rabinowitz
and Producer-Director Ben Essen
will also be featured in a black-
out while Cantor Maurice Mam-
ches will render several tradi-
tional selections. Essie Schaffer
will be the accompanist.
More than half of the produc-
tion will be presented in Yiddish
with a number of scenes from
previous productions repeated by
request.
Tickets may be secured at the
door. Curtain time is 8:15 sharp,
and patrons are advised to be in
their seats at that time.
North Shore Unit
Plans Card Party
The North Shore Jewish Center
Sisterhood will hold its first
Valentine luncheon and games
party on Tuesday; February 14,
at 1 p.m. at the Sorrento Hotel.
Mrs. Melvin Altman is chair-
man of the affair and Mrs. Lester
Lasky is co-chairman. Assisting
are the Mesdames Samuel Jaffee,
Sidney Burger and Phillip
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the annual Temple Israel
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|lhe home of Mrs. Joseph Wil-
nson, 5470 LaGorce Dr., Miami
|ch Monday, February 20,
p.m.
I ised will go towards
building of a new Sunday
Bool building in memory of
pi C ilman Zwitman. Canasta,
: other games will be
yen.
I iiv Weintraub is chair-
p foi the affair. Assisting are
Mesdames Henry Hirsch, Max
Alvin Richter, Morton
Alvin Sandier, Harry
F.lrv Stone, Adolph
and Henry Wolff.
OG
CING
Style Show Will
Highlight Meeting
A meeting of the Miami Beach
Group of Hadassah is scheduled
for Monday, February 13, at 1
hence Ipm- in tne Surf Room of the
- Roney Plaza Hotel.
Mrs. Oscar Lelchuk will give
the opening prayer. Mrs. Leon
J. Ell, JNF, golden book and tree
chairman, will introduce Abram
Mason, who will present a golden
certificate to his wife, in honor of
their forty-first wedding anni-
versary.
Guest speaker will be Mrs.
Albert Gitlow, former national
Hadassah JNF chairman, who will
discuss the Israeli scene. Rabbi
Meshay P. Mann will speak.
Highlight of the afternoon's
program will be a fashion show
presented by Ann Stewart. Mar-
tha Chase, fashion editor, will
serve as comentator and co-
ordinator. Theme for the show
will be "Far Away Places." Furs
to be shown, will be from Alex-
ander Furs. Coiffures will be
styled by House of Eugene and
shoes will come from Gains-
borough. Music will be furnished
by Rudy Baum.
Members of Hadassah who will
model include the Mesdames Moe
Browarnik. Samuel A. Feldman,
Leonard Wolf, Harry Mufson.
Julius Mufson, Bill Masur, Rae
Gordon, Max Gratz, Ned Sail,
Charles J. Ginsberg. Alexander
Kogan. Ida Goldberg. Dorothy
Isbern, Jack Bernard. Mrs. Joseph
Wolf is chairman of the show.
Associated Photo
Rehearsing for the third annual "Yiddish Night." lo be
sponsored by Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith. on Sunday. February 12.
at Miami Beach High School auditorium are (1. to r.) Maurice
Grossman, David Rabinowitz and Ben Essen, producer-director.
TONIGHT
ENNEL CLUB
'tit Fiajicr St. it 374lt AvMtlt
ISTEAM-HEATED GRANDSTAND
"Brotherly Love" Team
Wins Bowling Play-Off
The mid-season play-off be-
tween the "Brotherly Love" and
"Equality" bowling squads in the
Coral Gables B'nai B'rith tourna-
ment was won by the "Brotherly
Love" team under the leadership
of Captain "Pop" Seidler.
Amassing 2.938 points against
their adversary's 2.873. the victors
begin the second half of the
year's contest slight favorites.
Giving Seidler strong support in
the play-off resulting in their
victory were Martin White. Fred
Sandier. Nat Oberferst and Art
Winkleman.
Bill Hechler led the losers.
Other members of the team were
Herbert Weiss. Hy Friedman, Sol
Rappaport and Jack Toback.
Winners of the finals will re-
ceive individual trophies and
awards at the lodge's annual
bowlers' banquet in April. The
eight-team league meets every
Wednesday evening at the Play -
dium Bowling Alleys, the Trail
at Le Jeune Road.
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Moore Will Speak
James B. Moore, managing edi-
tor of the Florida Sun. will ad-
dress the members of Miami
Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith. on
Tuesday. February 14, at 12:15
p.m. at Hamburger Hearth. Sub-
ject of Moore's address will be
"Responsibility of the Editorial
Writer to the Community."
Barrie Stars In Drama
Wendy Barrie stars in ."The
Story of Jane Addams," latest
episode in the "Lest We Forget
These Great Americans" series to
be heard Saturday. February 11.
at 5 p.m. over station WVCG.
Participants in the fifteen
minute live panel discussion to
j follow immediately will be:
George J. Talianoff, Miami Beach
. attorney, moderator: Mrs. John
Kronenfeld. Miami Junior Cham-
ber of Commerce Auxiliary and
chairman of the Dunbar Nursery
Association: Robert Mosher, ex-
ecutive director. Dade County
Comunity Chest: and Mrs. Park
J C. Hunter, chairman of the pro-
i gram planning committee. Young
Women's Christian Association.
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Deborah Society
Nantes leaders
Mrs. Rhoda M. Levine was
elected president of the Deboran
Tuberculosis Society at a m< i
at the home of Mrs. Raymond
Rub:n.
Others named to office w< re
the Mesdames Ed Singer, Ray-
mond Rubin. Harry Miner. Wil-
A Wi intraub, Ira C. *
Charles Lippow and Julius Jay
Perlmutter, vice presidents: Mrs.
Abb.->tt Karlin, treasurer; Mrs.
Anna Wolff, financial secretary;
Mrs, Herbert S. Shapiro. r<
ing secretary: Mrs. William A
W. nti i lb. corresponding secre-
tary: Mrs. Fred H. Drucker, social
th( Mesdanv Si In
r, Henry Cove. Si
Ginsburg. Sara Holland. Bea
Lew, X .rman Liebling. M
p( t 11 i Sandli Phi*
Romer and. Julius Jay Perl-
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY
League Awards
Scholarship
A S500 scholarship was awarded
recently to Marvin Pher. student ;
at Miami Beach High School, by
the Civic League of Miami Beach.
Car! Gardner made the present-
ation. In accepting the scholar-
ship, the young man announced
that he intends to study law
and accounting. Marvin was
one of seven youths who repre-
sented South Florida in the 1949
Boys' Day. during which he acted <
as senator-at-large at Tallahassee.
He is president of his home room.
The league makes similar
scholarship awards twice a year.
Auditions To Be Held
The Miami Symphonic Society
will hold auditions to bring its
membership to its full quota, ac-
cording to Dr. Gustave Ronfort.,
conductor. Rehearsals are held
every Tuesday at 8 p.m. and
prospective members are asked to
come at 7.
Auditions will be conducted by
Daniel Briskin, concertmaster.
and Dr. Ronfort.
The orchestra, which was or-
ganized several months ago, <*
preparing for a series of concert
March Of Dimes
Drive Extended
Dade county's S200.000 March
of Dimes drive will be extended
throughout February. Judge
George Holt, chairman. an-
nounced last week.
Holt said that 'returns to date
are not ahead of last year's cam-
paign, which reach S142.000. yet
1949 was our second worst poiio
year with 103 cases.
"If we are to maintain
wonderful record in fight :.-
polio, we must have mure !
before ihis drive end-.'
The Coral Gables Zionist Dis-
trict held its installation of
officers on Sunday, February 5.
at 8 p.m. at the Coral Gables
Jewish Center.
Rabbi Morns Skop installed
lowing officers: Norman R.
I vons president; Morris Simon
Oscar Lclchuk and Manuel
Barkin vice presidents; Mrs. Mor-
is Simon, corresponding secre-
tai v Mrs Pollv J. Bean, recording
secretary; Meyer Fine, financial
tary; Lester Toloff, treasurer.
The program included an
is by Abraham Goodman,
n st leader, and musical num-
. Cantor Joseph Malek and
Schube, violinist with the
University of Miami Symphony
Orchestra,
Sen. Claude Pepper launched his Miami Beach campaign at a
Sen PePPer Mayor Turk, chairman of the luncheon meeting, and
Joe Adams, past president of the American Hotel Association.____
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Other officers are Jerry Cogan.
president; May Morganstern,
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and Kenny Kaplan, treasurer.
This year marks the fiftieth
anniversary of the Orkin Ex-
terminating Company, a twenty-
state operation with headquarters
in Atlanta, headed by Otto Orkin.
Orkin started out in Richmond.
Va.. in 1901 as a one-man concern
and today has 146 branch offices.
The company today services
some of the largest hotels, rest-
aurants, department stores, mills,
homes, theaters and similar in-
stitutions in the region and claims
to save "countless millions of
Goldstein Unveiling
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the late E.
Max Goldstein, prominent Miami
Beach attorney, will take place
Sunday. February 12. at 3 p.m.
at Mount Nebo Cemetery with
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan officiating.
Mr. Goldstein*s survivors include .
his wife. Laura: a son. Stephen;
'a daughter. Jane: his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goldstein;
a brother, William: and a sister,
Mrs Isaac Weinkle. Relatives and
friends are requested to attend.
Kroland Unveiling
The dedication ol a monument
I the memory of the late Sylvia
Kroland. formerly of the Copley
Plaza Hotel. Miami Beach, will
take place Sunday. February 12.
at 3 ;).m at M >unt Nebo Ci metery
with Rabbi Murray Grauer of-
ficiating. Arrangements are in
charge if Palmer's Miami Monu-
ment Company. Relatives and
friends an asked to be present.
dollars" each year in protecting |
property and human life from
destructive pests.
Back in the early days of his
1 work. Orkin won the title of
"Modern Pied Piper" because of
! his effective efforts in eliminating
rats and othei pests.
In 1915 he was commissioned to
! rid the Virginia executive man-
' sion of rats, the pests at the time
; being described by the Richmond
: Times-Dispatch as "fat rat aristo-
crats of the Commonwealth of
Virginia, having fed on the
Governor's bountv since the days
of Gilbert Walker in 1879."
Orkin's rat-ridding project in
the mansion was successful as he
had developed and advanced an
unusual technique in pest control.
i and this success launched his
business on a really important
scali.
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Iy, FEBRUARY 10. 1950
rJewist) fkridHtr
pa6e fifteen :
)i Blair Will
resent School
Morris L. Blair, director
.ions of the Hebrew
focal College, the largest
\ c-al school ;n the Midwest.
Mved in the state of Florida
f( S":it his institution.
.ihir from the Rabbinical
of Bogorodsk, Moscow
lumnus of the Rabbinical
L (>f Telshe, Lithuania,
|Bla:r came to the United
ivhere he studied at the
f William and Mary and
University. He became
Rabbi Blair
leader in Norfolk, Va..
he occupied a pulpit tf
l-nne years. He also served
khington. D. C. as rabbi of
|ai Jacob Temple. Jewish
and its activities, along
Dncral problems in Jewish
have been of major interest
.. Membership chairman of
Irfolk District ZOA, he was
Iber of the executive board
Seaboard Region for Youth
Kes, adviser for Tidewater
Council and a member of
F.F. Council in the District
_.nbia.
urthering his deep-rooted
in Jewish young people.
[Blair came to the Hebrew
[gical College, which has an
jiint of over 500 students
fnting five continents, eight
countries, 16 states, and
| college has expanded its
es h\ < (instructing a dormi-
pjaccnt to the main build-
br housing out-of-town
s. Daily meals in the re-
cafeteria are also pro-
\mong its many services,
Hege sustains young stu-
of poor means and refugee
Its. victims of Nazi bruality,
pll their personal needs as
upkeep.
residing in Miami Beach
o former students of the
Dr. I. Makovsky and Ben
linsburg, an honorary di-
"f the school.
Food Fair Stores has opened the ninth addition to its chain of
Greater Miami chain outlets at 7S0 N.E. 125th St. Irving E. Horsey
was the architect and Gus Weber Company was the general
contractor.
This building is 105 x 115' with a large parking area on the
site. The structure has two entrancesone from the parking
area and another from the street area. Food Fair's traditional high
tower, brilliantly lighted, is placed atop the building and can be
seen from a distance in any direction.
A marble front and a large plate glass area are features of
construction. The store is completely air-conditioned' and has its
own ice plant for the preservation of vegetables and perishables.
A new feature, in this unit, is new type, low, self-service
meat refrigerator cases. This unit has 140' of the latest in self-
service refrigerator cases.
Another new feature, but not new with Food Fair, is the
installation of modern, sanitary stainless steel, speed check booths.
Special attention also has been given to color treatment and to a
combined General Electric slim-line and flood light, lighting treat-
ment. Terrazzo floors are an important feature of this store, which
is 100 per cent vermin proof. The design of the store eleminates all
bottlenecks and makes for ease of shopping.
Tickets On Sale
For Arts Ball
Ticket sales for the first annual
Beaux Arts Ball of the Miami
Beach YM & WHA are very en-
couraging, declared Al Ossip,
chairman of the affair.
The ball, first of its kind ever
to be presented on Miami Beach,
will be given at the Surf Room of
the Roney Plaza Hotel on Satur-
day evening, February 11.
The event will have a United
Nations theme, Joel LaPato, art
committee chairman, disclosed.
Consulates from all the countries
maintaining staffs in the Greater
Miami area have been invited to
attend. Dress for the affair will
be optional, but LaPato advised
that all those who want to bring
home a prize should attend in
costume since there will be cos-
tume competition with prizes for
the winners.
Prizes include original paint-
ings by William Oberman, La-
Pato, Perri Fleischman and Zena
Posever.
Judges will be Dr. Arturo di
Filippi, Margaret Newman, Mrs.
Jennie Grossinger, Dr. Eric Karl-
berg, Mayor Harold Turk, Milton
Sirkin, Doris Rosenthal and Hal
Murray.
Jack West and his orchestra
will supply the music for the af-
fair. Tickets are now available
at the office of the Beach Y.
First Bris At Mt. Sinai
First bris to be performed in
the sterile glass-enclosed ritual
room of Mount Sinai Hospital was
that of Richard Gene Gluck, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gluck,
1946 Marseilles Dr.. Miami Beach.
Sandek was Philip Krumholz;
godfather. Max Leshnick; god-
mother, Claire Leshnick; Rabbi
S. M. Machtei, mohl.
Mrs. Grashof Seeks Seat
In State Legislature
Mrs. Edna M. Grashof, 121 N.W.
60th Ct., is Republican candidate
for representative in the Legisla-
ture, Group 3.
Mrs. Gashof hails from Ro-
chester, N. Y., and has been active
in women's organizations and
civic groups. She is vice president
of the Women's Republican Club
of Dade County, Republican com-
mitteewoman from Precinct 60,
and active in the Republican
Headquarters Club of Dade
County.
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Republican nomination for office.
Among those entering the race !
were Gerald Schwartz, legisla- !
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man, state representative, group
1; Mrs. Gladys H. Jacobsen, board
of public instruction, district 3;
Nathaniel W. Howell, state leg-
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state representative, group 2;
Gustav H. Kloehs, county pur-
chasing agent; J. Edward Worton,
U. S. Congress, district 4.
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\Y, FEBRUARY 10, 1950
*Jewish noridKatn
PAGE SEVENTEEN
in School For Mentally Handicapped
Iren Nears Completion At Kendall
Iclroam of a small group of
County citizens, cognizant'
I e need for a school foi-
ls handicapped children, is j
I i reality as the Haven
at Kendall nears corn-
citizens, who have been!
j diligently and without
for the past three years,
that about one per
the babies born are
h handicapped and that in
I .">() per cent of these cases
no family tendency.
I'll-, the group recognized
Igh it is not possible
I ental deficiency, given
instructors and a special
these children can be
Bed to their full ability
ii! lead healthier, happier
{re useful lives.
these people first con-
of the schooland the
Bn has not changed since
aar,the parents of handi-
children were faced with
equally unsatisfactory
for the care and training
fir offspring. If the child
ble, he might be entered
:.tl classes in the school
If he did not qualify for
classes, his name might be
on a long waiting list at
irida Farm Colony in
|ville. The child might also
ed in a private institution;
sr, the fees at these schools
hcvond the financial
| of the majority of families.
lild might also be kept in
Haven School, wich was
nl as a non-profit corpora-
April. 1948, requested the
lounty Commission to pro-
knd on which a school could
It. The commission gave the
I a 40-year lease on 25 acres
one-half mile west of the
Hospital at Kendall. It
us site that three buildings
Jtho process of construction.
include two dormitories I
adm.nistration building.
r has been donated by the j
1 Labor Union and it is
\h the untiring efforts of the
srs of the Building Trade'
I who have contributed their
ps that the school is nearing
Btion. Building materials
Ken donated by many Dade
firms; women's clubs have
Ion various projects to help
I furnishing of the buildings.
from individuals who are
sted in the school have
to make possible the
rss of the school,
directors of the school hope
I will be ready for occupancy
|rch 15. According to present
forty children between the
W six and fourteen will be
led. Children of either sex
it regard to creed will be
ible. Actual cost of main-
a child at Haven School
is approximately one hundred
dollars a month. Since the ad-
visory board of the school realizes
that many families will not be
able to afford this amount, it
has established a scholarship plan
to help as many children as
possible. Individuals or clubs may
help send a child to the scTi .ol
by subscribing to one of these
plans.
Membership drive for Haven
School was launched officially
recently with the Dade County
Federation of Women's Club's
president. Mrs. William Cox, di-
recting activities. The drive will
be conducted primarilly through
personal letters to individuals,
civic and service clubs.
Memberships now solicited fall
in four categories: individual
sustaining, $10; individual con-
tributing, $25; club sustaining,
$25, and club contributing, $100.
Wolfmcms Honored
Pioneer Women Club No. Two
of Miami Beach honored Mr. and
Mrs. Max Wolfman on the oc-
casion of their twenty-fourth
wedding anniversary at a Tu-
B'Shevat party on Thursday,
February 2. at Kncseth Israel.
Guest speaker was Harold
. Shapiro. Others who participated
! were Mrs. Sol Kamen, Mrs. N.
Bookspan. JNF chairman; Mrs.
Abe Shedroff, club president.
Discussing plans- for a reward luncheon at the Sherry-
Frontenac Hotel February 9, are members of the women's auxiliary
of the Jewish Home for the Aged. Left to right are Mrs. Sol
Silverman, donor chairman. Mrs. Benjamin Appel, president, and
Mrs. Louis Makovsky. program chairman.
Gibbs Williams, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Nat L. Williams of San
Marino Island. Miami Beach, will
become Bar Mitzvah on Satur-
day, February 11. at 11 am. at
Temple Israel. The Tallis and
prayer book the young man will
use for the ceremony are gifts of
his maternal great grandfather.
Jacob Fine who is here for the
event. Gibbs is a student at
Nautilus Junior High School and
a member of Boy Scout Troop 35
of Miami Beach.
Purim Festival Slated
Plans are being made by the
Sisterhood of Tfereth Israel for
a Purim festival to be held on
Sunday, February 26, at 7:30 p.m.
^t 3350 N.W. 7th Ave.
The sisterhood aims to further
xfebrew and Jewish education in
the Allapattah and Buena Vista
sections.
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The marriage of Miss Evelyn
Cohn to Melvin H. Golbert, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Byrch Golbert
of Superior, Wisconsin, has been
announced by her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Erich Cohn. Mr. Cohn
is president of A. Goodman &
Sons, Inc., bakers of matzo
products.
The couple exchanged vows on
Sunday, January 15, in the syna-
gogue of the Society for the
Advancement of Judaism, New
York. Dr. Mordecai M. Kaplan
read the service.
Given in marriage by her father,
the bride had as her only attend-
ant Mrs. Robert I. Goodman.
Kenneth Holzberg was best man.
The former Miss Cohn is an
alumna of the Fieldston School
and the University of Wisconsin.
The bridegroom is an alumnus
of the University of Minnesota
and served in the Army during
the war.
After their honeymoon, the
couple will reside in Forrest
Hills, New York.
Auxiliary to Hold
Donor Luncheon
Final arrangements have been
made for the donor luncheon to
be held by the Louis D. Brandeis
Auxiliary No. 199, Free Sons of
Israel, in the Pagoda Room of the
Saxony Hotel, on Tuesday, Feb-
ruary 14 at 12 noon.
Chairman of the affair is Mrs.
Albert Rieh and co-chairman is
Mrs. Moe Plotkin. Participants in
the program will be Alan Court-
ney, who will servp as emcee:
Arden Clar, pianist composer; and
children from the Peggy Cromer
Dance School. Charter members
will be honored.
Tickets may be obtained by
calling Mrs. Harry Spring.
To Report On Convention
Dr. Harry Queen, who returned
this week from the national con-
vention of the Jewish National
Workers Alliance in Asbury Park,
N. J., will report on the meet at
the next meeting of the Ben
Gurion Branch of the organiza-
tion on Thursday, February 9,
at 8 p.m. at Beth El.
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PAGE EIGHTEEN
fjenist ftcrk/ter
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
Northside Jewish Center, 6231
N.W. First Ct.
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North Dade Jewish Center
Conservative). 13630 W. Dixie
Highway. North Miami.
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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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>ral Gables. 2410 Ponce de Leon ,
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Blvd. (Conservative).
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Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center (Conservative). 1701
Flagler-Granada Jewish Cen- Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
:er. 175 S.W. 45th Ave. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor
Israelite Center General), 3346 Jacob Y- Goldring.
S.W. 24th St.

Temple Emanu-El (Reform),
1801 S. Andrews Ave., Fort Laud-
erdale. Dr. Marius Ranson. Rabbi.
North Shore Jewish Center
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Congregation Beth El (Ortho
Conservative,. 916 Everglades dox). 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi
Concourse. Miami Beach (Aitz Murray.Grauer.
Chaim Congregation). Rev. Philip
Fried.
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Hebrew Academy, 918 6th St.,
Miami Beach.
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Mil !..:'."; Wed b>
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rellgiou." acl
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*"*< H Congregation Beth Jacob (Or
thodox), 301-311 Washington Ave.,
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes-
Temple Betn Snoiom (Liberal), cheloff.
4144 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach. Ser< ices will be held Friday evening
Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor -is ; n II b<
c,_.i xri.*.. 'esl Honoi ng
Samuel Kelemer. .....
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Week Da Ij S, h. .. froi to I
: Thurwi :
The officers of the North Shore Jewish Center
were installed with ceremonies at the Sorrento
Hotel. Dr. Max J. Routenberg, executive vice
president of the Rabbinical Assembly of America,
installed the officers and Mayor Harold Turk
addressed the assembly. Rabbi Irving Lehrman
was principal speaker and Cantor Joseph W. Malek
sang Jewish and Hebrew songs. Toastmaster was
A. J. Kaplan. Following the installation, members
signed the charter. Shown here are (sitting. L to
r.) Jack Pritt. financial secretary; Sam Salloway.
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second vice president: Jerry Susman, fin,'
president; the Rev. Philip Fried, spiritual lead.
leaded
the congregation; Melvin Paxol. president;
Lasky. recording secretary; Max Eiiet.
(second row, 1. to r.) Melvin Altman. corresi
ing secretary; Morris Dotlinger, Frank Gol
Harry Tessler, I. Goldman, Eddie Goldstein.
Fenster, Gus Bar; (third row. 1. to r.) Leo S:
man, Ernest Snyder. Ben Goldfinger. Ben
Aaron Goldman. Frank Schneider. Philip Phi
A. J. Kaplan, directors.
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3681 N. W. 2nd St.
' :ces Saturday morning at 9:00
Congregation Beth David (Con-
servative). Coral Way and 26th
Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev.
Maurice Mamches.
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Bay Road. Miami Beach. Rabbi
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b. Are Jews a i
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< g at lfl
T'Fereth Israel Congregation of
Miami (Orthodox). 4302 N.W. 7th
Avenue.
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Coral Gables Jewish Center
;.-.- (Liberal). Rabbi Morns A. Skop-
Cantor Joseph W. Malek; Steve

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near Le Jeune.
Congregation beth Tfilah (Or- >
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Beach.
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|e Program Td
ire Movies
Ithurhood Week program
movies and discussions
sponsored by Sholem
Inai B'rith, on Tuesday,
14. at 8:15 p.m. at Beth
pirns, "Boundary Lines"
fe Picture In Your Mind,"
known for the first time
outh Florida area.
fev. Edward Ullrich of the
b'a Memorial and Evan-
bid Reform Church will
discussion on the signi-
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fBrotherhood Week.
m Blume is program
V. He will be assisted by
[Aronovitz and John
kid._____________________
LEGAL NOTICE
JmigMUrMm
PAGE NINETEEN-- '
Congregation To Meet
Temple Isaiah will hold its
mid-year congregational meet-
ing on Friday, February 10, at
the Miami Beach Y immediately
following Friday evening serv-
ices, according to Siegfried
Geismar, president.
LEGAL NOTICES
Ice by publication
-iiutit court of tub
h ii .iiiucial circuit,
|( US DADE COUNTY,
IN CHANCERY, No.
FOI.LAK. Plaintiff, VS.
Il'i il.l.AK. Defendant.
|A I'il.l.AK
Juan Stolzenberg
Mil Street
111! '.-Ii
rk City, New York
US REQUIRED to serve a
I,, it answer to the Hill of
Jon the Plaintiff's attorneys,
|t> Iglnal answer in the
the Clerk of the Circuit
before the 10th day of
in the above entitled
[i: e otherwise a Decree
will lif entered against
day of Vbruar> 1950,
r U. I.E. VTHEKMAN,
Cl" of the Circuit Court.
ouri Seal)
By U. C. FEIGE,
Deputy Clerk.
k '" :net
i. l: ii.h. lad Florida
for I'lalnttfl
:: 3
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OP
FLORIDA
TO ALL TO WHOM THESE
PRESENTS SHALL COME GREET -
INCS:
This is to certify that, whereas,
Leo Sheiner. Miami Fla.,
Ada Sheiner. Miami, Fla.,
Sadye R. Moss, Miami, Fla.,
did on the nth day of November, AD.
1948, cause to be Incorporated under
the provisions of Chapter 10096, Laws
of Florida. Acts of 1925, LIBERTY
FRUIT COMPANY, a corporation,
with Its principal place of business
it Miami. Dade County. In the State
of. Florida, and whereas the stock-
holders of such corporation did on
the 3rd day of February, A.D. 1950,
Cause to be filed in the office of the
Secretary of state of the .State of
Florida, a Consent of all the stock-
holders under the provisions of said
Chapter 10096, Laws of Florida, Acts
of 1925. Showing the dissolution of
such corporation, and the Secretary
of State is satisfied that the require-
ments of law have been complied
with.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I
have hereunto set my hand and
have affixed the Great Seal of
the State of Florida, at Tallahas-
see the Capital, this the 3rd day of
February. A.D. 1950.
(SEAL)
R. A. CRAY.
Secretary of State.
2/10/50
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCtERY, No.
129712.
BLMgnt E. HELDT, Plaintiff, vs.
LOl'ISW HELDT, Defendant.
TO: LOUISE HELDT.
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 the Bill of
Complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney,
E. Paul Beatty. whose address la
627 Seybold Building, Miami. Florida,
and file 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 fall to
do so, Judsment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the Bill of Cnmnlsint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 2* day of January, A.D.
1950. ___
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Coort.
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clertc.
E. PAUL BEATTY
Attorney at Law
627 Seybold Building
Miami 32. Florida
1/27 2/3-10-17
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE
|CIKi IIT COURT OF THE
JDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
[Hi: COUNTY, FLORIDA.
INCKKY. No. 130094.
[Ml-.AlinR, Plaintiff, vs.
IE A DOR, Defendant.
MKADoR, defendant
i.n Hotel
pd New Jersey
IE IIKTUOimREQTJIRED to
fapj of your Answer to the
Hill of Complaint for Di-
III.- plaintiff's solicitors. Turk
ban, whose address Is 12"
id, Miami Beach, Florida,
four original Answer in the
the Clerk* of the. Circuit
Hie Eleventh Judicial Circuit
Dade County, Florida, be-
\0 day of March, 1980, or in,
i>f. a Decree Pro Confesso
kteretl against you.
[February 7, mo.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
I Cl. ik of the Circuit Court.
fo'.irt Seal)
By M. C. FRICF.. -
Deputy Clerk.
lit. MANNHEIMER
el
CEFTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OP THE STATE OP
FLORIDA
TO ALL TO WHOM THESE
PRESENTS SHALL COME GREET -
INC.S;
This is to certify that, whereas,
Herbert Diamond. Miami. Fla.,
Leo Sheiner, Miami, Ma.,
Ada Sheiner, Miami. Fla..
did on the 1st clay of November. A.D.
194S, cause to be Incorporated under
the "rovislons of Chapter 10O96. Laws
of Florida, Acts of 1915, ORANGE
OROVE FRUIT SHIPPERS, INC., a
corporation, with its principal place
of business at Miami, Dade County,
In the State of Florida, and whereas
the stockholders of such corporation
did on, the 3rd day of February, A.D.
1950, Cause to be filed In the office
of the Secretary of State of the State
of Florida, a Consent of all the stock-
holders under the provisions of said
Chapter 10096, Laws of Florida, Acts
of 1925. Showing the dissolution of
i such corporation, and the Secretary
of State is, satisfied that the require-
ments of law have been complied with.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I
have hereunto set my hand and
have affixed the Great Seal of
the State of Florida, at Talla-
hassee, the Capital, this the 3rd
day of February, A.D. I960.
(SEAL)
R. A. GRAY.
Secretary' of State.
2/10/50
ICE BY PUBLICATION
|CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
fl> FOR DADE COUNTY,
TA. IN CHANCERY. No.
(K H. I.ERCH, Plaintiff, vs.
W. I.ERCH, Defendant.
HD \V. LERCH,
liters Command,
plates Air Force,
era and Headquarters
Iron
-V Force Base,
rton, D. C.
plK NOTIFIED a Bill of
for divorce has been filed
mi in the above cause and
-quired to serve a copy of
wvi on the plaintiff's at-
i'l file the original in the
the Clerk of the Circuit
or before March 8, 1950;
the allegations of said Bill
lit will be taken as con-
1 you.
|y 6, l:>..(.>.
E. B, LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
"irt Seal)
By O. C. LEWIS. JR.,
Deputy Clerk.
[ABBOTT, Esq.,
pi ltd., Miami Beach, Fla.
8/3
Ice by publication
[ciltcriT COURT OF THE
RTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
Eon DADE COUNTY,
IA. IN CHANCERY, No.
-1". HAAR, Plaintiff, vs..
|R HAAR, Defendant.
Illl'lt HAAR
|r I'lace.
Pity. New York
E HEREBY NOTIFIED that
Divorce has been filed
in the above entitled
vou are hereby required
In copy of your Answer to
f Complaint on the Plaintiffs
land file the original In the
1 'he Clerk of the Circuit
[or before March 9th, A.D,
'! Miami, Florida, this 6
[Chilian, A.D. 1950.
[ B. Ii LBATHORMANi
|oi the Cirouit Court of the
Jlh Judicial Circuit, in and
Y>< County, Florida,
lom-t Seal)
Uy WM. W. STOCKING.
,.,, ,, Deputy Clerk.
Ml.VHIt TATIIAM
Ifor Plaintiff
ngrcBs Building
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FIX)R1DA. IN PROBATE, No.
23622.
In Re: ESTATE OF
PAUL WEITZMAN,
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 PAUL WEITZMAN, de-
ceased, late of Miami Beach, Dade
County, Florida, to the Hon W. F.
BLANTON, County Judge of Dade
County, and file the same in hia
office In the County Courthouse In
Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or
same will be barred. See Section 120
of the 1933 Probate Act.
Dated January 30, A.D. 1950.
GERTRUDE WEITZMAN.
As Executrix of the Last Will and
Testament of PAUL WEITZMAN,
Deceased.
ANNA BRENNER MEYERS
Attorney for Estate of Paul Weltzinan
2/10-17-24 3/3
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIROUIT SOIIRT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
129863.
NICK HEMSON. Plaintiff, vs. ELSIE
HBMSON, Defendant.
Elsie HemBon,
1934 Harrison Avenue,
Bronx. New York.
(Residence)
(Mailing Address)
Elsie Hemson,
38 Gunhlll Road West,
Care Zimmerman,
Bronx, New York.
You are required to serve a copy
of your answer to the Bill of Com,
plaint for Divorce on the plaintiff's
attorney, and to file the original
answer In the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Clourt on or before the
"th day of March, A.D. 1950: otherwise,
the BUI of Complaint for Divorce,
heretofore filed herein, will be taken
as confessed by you.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this the
30 day of January, 1950. _,,.-,
E I! LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit- Court Seal) _______
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN,
Plaintiff's Solicitor
.s, hold liuildlng,
Miami, Florida.
I .-It)-17-24
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTT,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
23530.
In Re: ESTATE OF EDITH
W1LLETT SURKEIN, also known
as EDITH WILLETT, IDA WIL-
LETT, and 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 I
either of you. may have against the !
estate of EDITH WILLETT SUR- I
KEIN, deceased, late of New York I
County, N. Y. and Dade County, Flor-
Ida, to the Hon. W. F. BLANTON. \
County Judge of Dade County, and
file the same In his office In the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida.
within eight calendar months from the
date of the first publication hereof.
Said claims or demands to contain the
legal address of the claimant and to
be sworn to and presented as afore-
said, or same will be barred. See
Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act.
Date Januarv 13th, A.D. 1950.
THEODORE J. SAKOWITZ.
As Ancillary Administrator of the
Estate of EDITH WILLETT
SURKEIN. Deceased.
1/20-27 2/3-10
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, DADE
COUNTY, FLORIDANo. 21795.
RE: ESTATE OF
JACOB WEINER,
Deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given that I
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 1 will apply to the Honorable
W F. Blanton, County Judge of Dade
Countv, Florida, for approval of said
final report and for final discharge
as Executrix of the estate of Jacob
Weiner, deceased.
This 20 day of January, 19o0.
BERTHA WEINER.
WEIN'STEIN, WEINSTEIN &
WEINSTEIN _
430 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla.
Attorneys for Estate of
Jacob Weiner, deceased.
1/27 2/3-10-17 __________
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No.
129629.
SAM BEITSCH. Plaintiff, vs.
MARY BEITSCH, Defendant.
TO: MARY BEITSCH
815 Delmar
St. Louis, Missouri
You are hereby ordered and re-
quired to serve a copy of your Answer
to the Bill of Complaint, 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 20th
day of February, 1950. otherwise the
allegations of said Bill will be taken
as confessed by you.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 20th
day of January, 1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Clourt.
(Circuit Court Seal) _______ wm
By G. C. LEWIS. JR..
Deputy Clerk.
SAMUEL J. RAND, Attorney
617 Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
1/27 2/3-10-17
NoflCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
THE BEST VACUUM CLEANER
REPAIR at number 1727 S.W. Nth
Street In the City of Miami, Florida.
Intend to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florlila.
EDMUND F. RYDZEW8K1
CHARLES W. FISHER
ARONOVITZ & ARONOVITZ
Attorneys
748 Seybold Bldg.,
Miami, Fla.
2/3-10-17-24
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICUAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY. No. 129585.
ALLISON W. ABERNATHY Plain-
tiff, vs. MILDRED ABERNATHY,
Defendant. ,,
TO: MILDRED ABERNATHY
1414 Coker Avenue
Charlotte, North Carolina
Yoil 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 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
ISth day of '-"'-n^WO^^,,,
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida.
(Cirouit Court Seal) ..
By O. C. LEWIS. JR..
Deputy Clerk.
NORMAN R. LYONS, ESQ.
Attorney for Plaintiff
91+ Olympia Building
Miami, Florida
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
Lu-Lu Products at 2904 8. W, Mb
fStreet, Miami, Florida, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
TOMMY COHEN
BLACK, PEARLMAN and COOPER
Attorneys for Applicant
235 IJncoln Road
2/3-10-17-24
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FI-ORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 129584.
VNITA C WOODWARD, Plaintiff, vs.
BERNARD WOODWARD, Defend-
TO" BERNARD WOODWARD
c/o Mrs. John Woodward
4408 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
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 20th day of February-. A.D.
1930: 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, tWO. ,,,,,
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal) .
By G. C. LEWIS, JR..
Deputy Clerk.
NORMAN R. LYONS. ESQ.
Attorney for Plaintiff
914 Olympia Building
Miami, Slorida
1/20-27 2/3-10
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA,
IN CHANCERY, No. 129497.
MARJORIE ENGLB BARON. Plain-
tiff, vs. NICHOLAS BARON. De-
fendant.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: NICHOLAS BARON
1125 Seventh Avenue
Rerwlck, 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 attorney 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 16 day of February, 1950; other-
wise the allegations in said Hill of
Complaint will be taken as confessed
bv you.
E B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
'Circuit Co it Seal) ___
1 WM. \V. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
IOSEPH MA1.EK
.. Helti r "lalntlff
116-118 Lii Building
19, Florida
! 20-27 -10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desirlntr to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SAVE-MORE AUCTION SALES at
2702 N. W. 27th Avenue, Miami.
Florida, Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of "the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
ROBERT L. TEPPER
B. BABE SHARGAA
THEODORE J. SAKOWITZ
Attorney for Applicants
1/20-27 2/3-10
NOTICE UNDER PICTITI0U8
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
FATHER & SON HARDWARE
STORE at 1616 S. W. 3rd Avenue.
M:aml, Florida, intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
HARRY RUBEN
ARMEN RUBEN
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Applicants
1/13-20-27 2/3-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engaged In
business under the fictitious name of
Bonlto Cleaners at 108 S. W. 16th
Avenue, Miami, Florida, intend to
register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida. MIC.HAEI, SEGALL and
SARAH SEGALL
1/27 2/3-10-17-24________________________
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OP FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
129690.
JACOB CROSS. Plaintiff, vs.
CAROLINE CROSS. Defendant.
TO: CAROLINE C.ROSS
7205 18th Avenue
Brooklyn, New York
You are hereby ordered and required
to serve a copy of your Answer to the
Bill of Complaint, a copy of which
is enclosed herewith, on Plaintiff's
attomev 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 BUI will be taken
as confessed by you.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 23rd '
day of January, 1950. _____
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal) ____.,
Bv WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
SAMUEL J RAND. Attorney
617 Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
1/27 2/3-10-17__________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name or
Blscayne Shore Market at 10990 BIs-
cavne Boulevard. Dade County. Fror-i
Ida, intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado
County. Florida.
ALBERT BARON
JOSEPH LEVINE
HARRY DIETZ
Attorney
1/27 2/3-10-17-24_______
NIOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Pallant Insurance Agency at 901 N.E.
2nd Avenue. Miami. Florida, intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
BERNARD H. PALLANT
LEONARD ECERT
Attorney for Applicant
Seybold Bldg.
Miami. Florida
2/3-10-17-24 3/3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
E & L POULTRY & FISH MARKET
at 615 N. W. 2nd Avenue, Miami,
Florida, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
HERBERT EDELSTEIN
LEO SHEINER
Attorney for Applicant
Pacific Building, Miami, Florida
2/3-10-17-24 3/3
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FIX)RIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
23597.
In Re: ESTATE OF
CHARLES FELDMAN,
Deceased.
To All Creditors and AH Persons Hav-
ing Claims of 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 .CHARLES KELOMAN. de-
ceased, late of Dado f'ously, Florida,
to the Hon. W.' F. BLANTON. County
Judge of Dade County, and file the
same In his., office in the County
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
within eight calendar months from
the date of the first pnhw>n.tln hereof
Said claims or demands to .contain
tho legal address of the claimant mid
to be sworn to and .presented as
aforesaid, or same will be' barred.
See Section 120 of the 19:13. Probate
Act. .'
Date January .25th,- A.U. lfl.'.n.
LrtON RAPbAH,
As Executor of the Last Will and
Testament) ol QHM4aa Fnldraan,
Deceased.
MYBR8, HKIMAN ei KAPLAN
Attorneys for ExecUtpl
1/27 2';:-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the flcdtloUs name of
National Super Market at 5324 N W.
17th Avenue, Miami, Florida intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florlda' CLYDE SHEPARD
EMILY E. SEYMOUR
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicant
Seybold Bldg.
2/3-10-17-24 ^^^^^
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name or
Saymeyer Company at P. O. Address
1117 SW 22nd Avenue, Miami, fla..
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida^ CHERN.OFp
MEYER1 I. BLOCK
Partners
1/13-20-27 2/3-10 _____________
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
23S98.
In Re: ESTATE OF
EVA MINSKOFF.
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 EVA MINSKOFF, deceased,
lute of DADE County. Florida, to the
Hon. W. F. BLANTON. County Judge
of Dade County, and file the same In
his office in the Cl aunty Courthouse
In Dade County. Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
Will be barred. See Section 120 of the
1933 Probate Act.
Date January 25, A.D. 1950. c
SAUL MINSKOFF,
As Administrator of the Estate of
EVA MINSKOFF. Deceased.
MYERS. HKIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Administrator
2/3-10-17-24

NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (ilVRNtW.fi
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious mime of' *
Fleetw.....l store Fixtures at n N. D.
13th Street. Miami, Florida, intends
to register said name with the .UJerk _
of the Circuit Court of ivid* County, .
Florida.
2/3-10-17-24
MILTON BRA>ftl '
Sole Owner
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Beach Women To
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The Miami Beach Chapter of
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donor luncheon and fashion show-
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+jeistn<*M&EFRIDAY, fEBRUjJ PAGE SIX Lillian Stern Betrohtal Told Lillian Steen Announcement has been made of the engagement of Miss Lillian Steen to Milt Mitler by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Philip R. Steen. 5172 S.W. 4th St. The bride-elect, formerly of Ni w York and Brookline. Mass., ii;l Emerson College of tics in Boston and has been ; tivi in stage, radio and concert Mi Mitler. son of Mr. and Mrs. Mitler, North Bergen. N. j '. % %  • Y : Univi rsity. as a captain in the air the war and is now a radio production executive. Mrs. L. P. hlum Winniman -Mr.--. Lawrence Roslyn Hacker Wed Vows Exchanged To Larrv Winniman By Rosenblunis Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ha 3415 S.W. 17th St.. announce the marriage of their daugl Miss Rose Lee Zalkin and mce H isenblum exchanged I ,,n January 4 in the garden Roslyn. to Larry Philip Winniof the home of Mi and Mrs. S. D. man. son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Wmn 1886 s w n;h Terr., Isadore Winniman of New YorK Rabb j i rv ing Lehrman. and San Francisco, on Januarj '-.. bride is the daugh The bride is Ighter of 7 in New York City. • ;I „ an ,| jj rs _M, :X Zalkm. 2536 Following her uiaduationJrom g^ jrjth St. MrRosenblum's blums the New York State C Home Economics at Cornell University, the forme: Miss H. • n in army civilian hospitals. Since I her militarj I .. if duty, shi employed as technician in N( % %  V Mi-. Winniman, : I ive sit f Micl with the Firsl Mi D during the war 1,11(1 charged as a lieutenantHe is now in the i ness in San V. On Vacation Here The director of American Jewish Col Women's Division and national p. inator. S. Arnold, is vacang it the Royal Palm Hotel with her mother, Mis. Nicholas L y. During her two-week stay here, she has taken an active inter, st in the affairs of all Miami chapters. On Wednesday she was h n ... si at a tea mven by the Miami women's group. Louise Krupsavv, Morton I). Stubins Repeat Vows HARRY LESLIE f Hartfoi i. C m ed Chantillv '... • nd whit nylon tulle. A a] I Ch mtilly and clust( : vail y lily : ... : pu'o: in Vi< nna 1851 and belonging %  ii %  : Mi %  %  nn. Matron ol Mrs, %  with n ovi and She ied a pink :. iWfer : Briaesmaius wi. iLenny Dai R the pink in I blui th< me and carried nosegays. Stanley Lesl best and ushering wi • and David Goldman. Rii 1 I -. :. Phyliss Einl ii The ntfwly wi ds, nts al • V SI after a h> n< n in Havana. Adele Lifter Adele Lifter's Betrothal Revealed The betrothal of Adele Lifter to Stephen Richard Rubin has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Lifter, 5237 Alton Road. Miami Beach. Mr. Rubin is the son of Mrs. Lillian Rubin. 1335 Monad Terr., Miami Beach. A June wedding is being planned. The bride-elect is a graduate of Miami Beach High School and will graduate from the University o( Miami this summer. She is a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi : :ty. Mr. Rubin is a graduate of etts Institute of TechRosalyn England To Wed Michael Salmon > Co-owner of Todd and Todd. exclusive Miami Beach men's shop, Bays: "It takes a long time to learn the intricacies of a specialized business—but it certainly doesn't take long to learn the smart way to travel and that is aiwavs through FARR TOURS, the 'know how' organization." FA1IR "A Reliable Name in Travel" Mrs. Morton D. Stubins Miss Loui.-e Krupsaw, dauj of Mrs. I. Joseph Ma/ i. 4476 R Palm Ave.. Miami Be; ch, b the bride of Morton I) Stubins. son of Mr. and Mrs R. Stubins. East Oral N. J. on Sunday at 2 p.m. at the SI Hotel, Washington, D. C R Solomon H. Mr,/ and Cantor Jacob Barkin performed doubk-ring ceremony. Given in marriage by her brother. Fulton II. Ki Washington. D. C. I a period gown of ivory Outer Womoii Plan Luncheon W men's G will sponso T tly-i lival %  Ji i WHA, • will Greenm. Giller To Speak Paul Gill -.\n : "at tmg ,. a1 8 p.n at tl m S • : %  Spieler. 4 Lillian Go!dj Lillian CioklsteJ Summer HridcT Planning a summeri Miss Lillian S. Gold: betrothal to Monroe 1 been announced by Mrs. Mollie Goldstein] 29th Av The son of Mr. and! Dixon, 2230 S.W. 24li| Dixon attended Wha at the University of! before i ntering the 1 BOW is a law stu University of Miami His bride-elect, ai Miami Beach HighSchi to Debbs Chapter, Young Women. She it] bv Peaslet-Gaulbert( August 5 is the wedding. lei Visiting Parcifl Mr. and Mrs Herbe and infant daughterA^ in Miami last weekf Australia, to visit Gordon's parents. \fc| Samuel Gordon of 31 Terr. The younger 1 is in the foreign sen Diplomatic Corps and stationed in Australia! two years, He isnowi Ather. U the consul. The vice consi Walter, a student at I arrived in Miami to! family. Mr. Gordon' in the country for a in* beginning his joumej Rosa'.'jn England A. J. England of the King Cole Miami Beach, announced thai ol his daughter, ii. to Michael H. Salmon, and Mrs. Philip Sal1700 Meridian Ave., Miami t a family dinner last y night, bi idi -elect attended FlorUniversity and graduated from the University of Mr. Salmon is a graduate of the University cf Florida. he was a member of Pi la Phi fraternity. He is now a student at the University of Miami Luw School. The wedding will take place in Cleveland this summer. bouquet. Fl j, fashioned with port, fitted bodice and full ski ; ftS Lynda length Chantilly veil feUfrom^a headpiece trimI ther.ii carried a bible topped T with white orchids. ended in Her floor LENOX MANOR ROOMS WITH It?: MEALS Fine Foods—Spacious Palios—Free Service to Beach Rooms with Double Exposure—Reasonable 827 Lenox Avenue, Miami Beach p hone j.-^ S w ihseed. P earl7:; m wore an organza penwinl gown and carried an old fa shioned P ty. She SSTv* •;:' %  ; < Will Honor Graduate Mrs. Bessie Rappaport will be hostess at a party in honor of Arthur August, who this week graduated from the University of Miami Law School, on Thursday. February 16. at the Dora August Memorial Hall. Mr. August is the son of Jack August and the late August. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. W ,/K is a grad "•hoGl of. erce, a veteran of ,: f years in the wvy M e T xl C cn P y: i Sh0neym00nin ^nf KRENE 9 CURTII won't crack, peel %  Our Bath Shops' And no wond sparkling tic shower cool-loo* cur*> THOUSANDS HAVE PURCHASED SANDS MEMORIALS MONUMENTS MARKERS Htb'tw Llttrin|, Veilinj, Etc ESTIMATES rAj *OUR ANSW %  TOT PLCASE YOyA-i 48-1413 rugged as we They won't rot, their supple texN* constant use washed in blue, green, peo*l yellow in the ^ ard shower si* MATCHING^ DRAPES Burdin*'* 1 Bath SMP. S<==' %  am I^^^^^^^^^^^I



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PAGE TWELVE FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10 Judge Rothenberg Elected National Chairman By Reorganized UP A Board NEW YORK Judge Morris Rothenberg. ol[New York w elected national chairman of the UnUed Fejjtai• Ap by the 1,3. meeting of the UPAs -organized ^da A member of the actions committee of the.Won who has heaaed eve. Organization, Judge Rothenberg, Z ion is M %  I: I I ; %  | the Jewish Nal : nd. • • held • %  B tion of the Zionist ranks a ; % %  The board repi ents a comnt with the inn of forty-i ight epi from communities and ns tl ighout the n si venty-two lelegat the UPAs constituent bodies—the Foundation Fund and the Jewish National Fund. Ch;.: zing the present board sign fii ant symbol of unity.'" declared that -it welded together all a of the Zi mist M vi m< nt. as well presentatives of the communities, as a unified entity, intent on carving out a positive pi gram of immigration and depment for Israel. At the same time, the new 120 member board oved a $209,000 budget for 1950, the major portion of which • be provided by American Jews, The budget is based on an i cpected migration of 150.000 from forty-eight countries. Two-thirds of this influx will be prised of immigrants coming from the Neai and Far East, and tne remaining one-third from European countries. Judge Rothenberg told the board that whole communities of Jev ilready on the move North Africa, including oneAbraham Goodman has been elected associate treasurer of the United Palestine Appeal by the reorganized 120 member board of directors at its first meeting. Representing the Jewish community of Miami en the UPA board i William D. Singer. Puchkoffs To Entertain Mr. and Mrs. P. Puchkoff w,l rhamisa Asar B'Shevat JOTS ^ n Monday, Februarj 13. at J p.m. DOV Chapter To Meet DOVChi : M./rachiWomFebruary 15, at l El A full report • ration Plan tor a Punm ,;,i „n Sunday. \, liscussed. Llf Insurance E,. 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Included within this ca: expenditures for the expans settlements already in existei reconstruction of seventy-' wjr-damaged settlements, estal lishment of 175 new settlement continuation of the Negev water pipeline and irrigation projects in the North. Housing, a top priority in I in 1950, as the year begins with some 80.000 Jews crowding the transit camps during the present rainy season, will cost UPA agencies S36.000.000. Acquisition of land and its afforestation anu improvement, including the planting of 3.000,000 saplings, will cost UPA agencies more than SI 0.600,000. Development of Jerusalem ana its hinterland, whose Jewish population reached 100.000 in December. 1949. is expected to account for an expenditure of S5.320.000. This money will be spent to help in the absorpt: n immigrants, the reconstruction of war-damaged property, promotion of industry to create employment opportunities, and development of agriculture in suburban areas. 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r, FEBRUARY 10. 1950 issah Group leet Monday eeting of the Henrietta f-oup of Hadassah will be Monday, February 13, I. at the Beach Y. Mrs. Altholtz will preside. Ifred M. Mamlet, chairGreater Miami Zionist ommission, has arranged ram which will include %  Aaronson, Junior HadasViice Prcd, IZFA, and Miller, Young Judaea. Chain] Weitzmann Group kg Judaea will present a (rticipants will be Nancy Sandra Ell, Elizabeth | Rhoda Feldman, Eugene Ann Broad, Marilyn b. Charlotte Glycke, Gilda In. Bert Leiber. Martha Iki'i'. Barbara Rothman, [Washer. Sally Rossman rris Broad, President. teta Council ts 4)f fleers JDottie Singer was un|ly re-elected president of "3eta Council of the Miami [Community Center this senior at Miami Senior tiool. Miss Singer has been teen-age activities for three years, [officers are Myra Gerson, Jesident; Eleanor Davis! Ig secretary; Barbara corresponding secretary; fcaplan, treasurer; Lila I sergeant-at-arms; Ann chaplain; and Sandra auditor. |een of Hearts" dance will nod by the council on I February 14, at 8:30 m Dusen To Speak Raymond Van Dusen, of speech. University of I will speak on "Speech Is of Cerebral Palsied I" at the next meeting of krcbral Palsy Parents [Dade County Society for children, on Thursday, fl at 8 p.m., Roosevelt 5)00 N.E. 2nd Ave. +Jmi$l> rki-Mian PAGE FIVE Peerce To Return The Miami Beach Jewish Community Center will present Metropolitan Opera Star Jan Peerce in a return engagement on Sunday, March 5. according to Mrs. Ira C. Halsey, chairman Tickets for the concert are now on sal e at the center office. School Demonstration First afternoon demonstration meeting to be given by the children of the Miami Jewish Community Center pre-school has been set for Monday, February 13, at 2:15 p.m. in the center auditorium. The nursery will demonstrate projects and activities including ballet, Hebrew folk songs and da nces, rhythm band, Pianist To~Play~ Florence Kutzen, Detroit pianist, will present a program at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mandell, 3164 Sheridan Ave., Miami Beach, on Sunday, February 12 at 8:30 p.m. y Miss Kutzen, who is under the management of Ruth Brotman will shortly be heard in a public recital. Persons Sought The National Council of Jewish Women is seeking information concerning the present whereabouts of Ernest and Gienia Abraham, both originally from Krakow, Poland. Mr. and Mrs. Abraham emigrated to the United States from Stuttgart, Germany in 1946, and were formerly employed at Hotel Alden, 2925 Indian Creek Drive, Miami Beach. They are being sought by a R. Ginsberg, now in Johannesburg. South Africa. It is requested that they contact the office of the National Council, 315 Laneford Bldg. Try all O of these Quality Products! '"^'nt, 12 U^'Wt/ Though comparatively a newcomer in Greater Miami business circles Buddy Kaplan alter two years in business on Lincoln Road, has become one of Miami Beach's most progressive merchants. He has exclusive agency for Johnston and Murphy's shoes—one of the outstanding, nationally advertised shoe lines in the country. Cantor To Sing Cantor Maurice Ganchoff, well known cantor, will conduct services at Beth Tfilah on Friday and Saturday, February 24 and 25. The cantor, who is appearing for the first time in this community, will also present a concert on Sunday evening. About Our Advertisers Luncheon Series Sisterhood of the Coral Jewish Center has a series of Wednesday In dessert luncheons, vill be followed by arts Its and sewing sessions or |rs. Joseph Platt and Mrs. lalpert will instruct the crafts group. kterhood is planning an Ih luncheon to be held 22 at the center. Approved by -ATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUS Jotph E. Rackovtky. 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\Y, FEBRUARY 10, 1950 *Jewish noridKatn PAGE SEVENTEEN in School For Mentally Handicapped Iren Nears Completion At Kendall Iclroam of a small group of County citizens, cognizant' I e need for a school foils handicapped children, is j I i reality as the Haven at Kendall nears corncitizens, who have been! j diligently and without for the past three years, that about one per the babies born are h handicapped and that in I .">() per cent of these cases no family tendency. I'll-, the group recognized Igh it is not possible I ental deficiency, given instructors and a special these children can be Bed to their full ability ii! lead healthier, happier {re useful lives. these people first conof the school—and the Bn has not changed since a ar ,—the parents of handichildren were faced with equally unsatisfactory for the care and training fir offspring. If the child ble, he might be entered •:.tl classes in the school If he did not qualify for classes, his name might be on a long waiting list at irida Farm Colony in |ville. The child might also ed in a private institution; sr, the fees at these schools hcvond the financial | of the majority of families. lild might also be kept in Haven School, wich was nl as a non-profit corporaApril. 1948, requested the lounty Commission to proknd on which a school could It. The commission gave the I a 40-year lease on 25 acres one-half mile west of the Hospital at Kendall. It us site that three buildings Jtho process of construction. include two dormitories I adm.nistration building. r has been donated by the j 1 Labor Union and it is \h the untiring efforts of the srs of the Building Trade' I who have contributed their ps that the school is nearing Btion. Building materials Ken donated by many Dade firms; women's clubs have Ion various projects to help I furnishing of the buildings. from individuals who are sted in the school have to make possible the rss of the school, directors of the school hope I will be ready for occupancy |rch 15. According to present forty children between the W six and fourteen will be led. Children of either sex it regard to creed will be ible. Actual cost of maina child at Haven School is approximately one hundred dollars a month. Since the advisory board of the school realizes that many families will not be able to afford this amount, it has established a scholarship plan to help as many children as possible. Individuals or clubs may help send a child to the scTi .ol by subscribing to one of these plans. Membership drive for Haven School was launched officially recently with the Dade County Federation of Women's Club's president. Mrs. William Cox, directing activities. The drive will be conducted primarilly through personal letters to individuals, civic and service clubs. Memberships now solicited fall in four categories: individual sustaining, $10; individual contributing, $25; club sustaining, $25, and club contributing, $100. Wolfmcms Honored Pioneer Women Club No. Two of Miami Beach honored Mr. and Mrs. Max Wolfman on the occasion of their twenty-fourth wedding anniversary at a TuB'Shevat party • on Thursday, February 2. at Kncseth Israel. Guest speaker was Harold Shapiro. Others who participated were Mrs. Sol Kamen, Mrs. N. Bookspan. JNF chairman; Mrs. Abe Shedroff, club president. Discussing plansfor a reward luncheon at the SherryFrontenac Hotel February 9, are members of the women's auxiliary of the Jewish Home for the Aged. Left to right are Mrs. Sol Silverman, donor chairman. Mrs. Benjamin Appel, president, and Mrs. Louis Makovsky. program chairman. Gibbs Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nat L. Williams of San Marino Island. Miami Beach, will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, February 11. at 11 am. at Temple Israel. The Tallis and prayer book the young man will use for the ceremony are gifts of his maternal great grandfather. Jacob Fine who is here for the event. Gibbs is a student at Nautilus Junior High School and a member of Boy Scout Troop 35 of Miami Beach. Purim Festival Slated Plans are being made by the Sisterhood of Tfereth Israel for a Purim festival to be held on Sunday, February 26, at 7:30 p.m. ^t 3350 N.W. 7th Ave. The sisterhood aims to further xfebrew and Jewish education in the Allapattah and Buena Vista sections. GIERSCH ENGINEERING CO. 5NSULTING ENGINEERS AND LAND SURVEYORS, ARE NOW LOCATED AT THEIR NEW OFFICES AT 3104 CORAL WAY — TELEPHONE 83-7080 /orld Famous Italand American Juisine i>i l>tntng& Dancing HARRY CANDULLO :ind his iety Orchestra • 'OYALE LOUNGE >PEN TILL 4 A.M. 3500 CORAL WAY RICCIO'S RESTAURANT • 79th ST. 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The bridegroom is an alumnus of the University of Minnesota and served in the Army during the war. After their honeymoon, the couple will reside in Forrest Hills, New York. Auxiliary to Hold Donor Luncheon Final arrangements have been made for the donor luncheon to be held by the Louis D. Brandeis Auxiliary No. 199, Free Sons of Israel, in the Pagoda Room of the Saxony Hotel, on Tuesday, February 14 at 12 noon. Chairman of the affair is Mrs. Albert Rieh and co-chairman is Mrs. Moe Plotkin. Participants in the program will be Alan Courtney, who will servp as emcee: Arden Clar, pianist composer; and children from the Peggy Cromer Dance School. Charter members will be honored. Tickets may be obtained by calling Mrs. Harry Spring. To Report On Convention Dr. Harry Queen, who returned this week from the national convention of the Jewish National Workers Alliance in Asbury Park, N. 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TTW 14 PAGE FOURTEEN Deborah Society Nantes leaders Mrs. Rhoda M. Levine was elected president of the Deboran Tuberculosis Society at a m< i at the home of Mrs. Raymond Rub:n. Others named to office w< re the Mesdames Ed Singer, Raymond Rubin. Harry Miner. WilA Wi intraub, Ira C. Charles Lippow and Julius Jay Perlmutter, vice presidents: Mrs. Abb.->tt Karlin, treasurer; Mrs. Anna Wolff, financial secretary; Mrs, Herbert S. Shapiro. r< ing secretary: Mrs. William A W. nti i lb. corresponding secretary: Mrs. Fred H. Drucker, social th( Mesdanv Si In r, Henry Cove. Si Ginsburg. Sara Holland. Bea Lew, X .rman Liebling. M p ( T 11 i Sandli Phi* Romer and. Julius Jay Perl;; ivmond Rubin. He S. SI Ed Singi A V. nd Ira C. Wi Is j FRIDAY, FEBRUARY League Awards Scholarship A S500 scholarship was awarded recently to Marvin Pher. student ; at Miami Beach High School, by the Civic League of Miami Beach. Car! Gardner made the presentation. In accepting the scholarship, the young man announced that he intends to study law and accounting. Marvin was one of seven youths who represented South Florida in the 1949 Boys' Day. during which he acted < as senator-at-large at Tallahassee. He is president of his home room. The league makes similar scholarship awards twice a year. Auditions To Be Held The Miami Symphonic Society will hold auditions to bring its membership to its full quota, according to Dr. Gustave Ronfort., conductor. Rehearsals are held every Tuesday at 8 p.m. and prospective members are asked to come at 7. Auditions will be conducted by Daniel Briskin, concertmaster. and Dr. Ronfort. The orchestra, which was organized several months ago, <* preparing for a series of concert March Of Dimes Drive Extended Dade county's S200.000 March of Dimes drive will be extended throughout February. Judge George Holt, chairman. announced last week. Holt said that %  'returns to date are not ahead of last year's campaign, which reach S142.000. yet 1949 was our second worst poiio year with 103 cases. •"If we are to maintain wonderful record in fight :.polio, we must have mure before ihis drive end-.' The Coral Gables Zionist District held its installation of officers on Sunday, February 5. at 8 p.m. at the Coral Gables Jewish Center. Rabbi Morns Skop installed lowing officers: Norman R. I vons president; Morris Simon Oscar Lclchuk and Manuel Barkin vice presidents; Mrs. Moris Simon, corresponding secretai v Mrs Pollv J. Bean, recording secretary; Meyer Fine, financial tary; Lester Toloff, treasurer. The program included an is by Abraham Goodman, n st leader, and musical num. Cantor Joseph Malek and Schube, violinist with the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra, Sen. Claude Pepper launched his Miami Beach campaign at a Sen PePPer Mayor Turk, chairman of the luncheon meeting, and Joe Adams, past president of the American Hotel Associati on. About Our Advertisers I 'Ale nil ina l or* Mark 50th Year ALTO GLASS Installed While You Wait Full Line ol Auto Accessories and Parts ADAMS GLASS SERVICE 1805 Purely Avenue Call 58-3756 or 5-4316 BERNIE'IAFFBI Worry .., About Your FOOD Entertainment and tie | thousand details for Weddings, Bar Mibvalu, gagements. Lawn Cocktail Parties. Parties. Meetings, A Complete Catering St PHONE 9-0573 NIGHTS, SUNDAYS & HOLIDlJ 3-4*45 JACK 8c JILL 24 N.W. 7th St. Oft Miami i Seltzer Elected Dan Seltzer has been eli president ol the Mian Bi High School student council for second semester, Hisucceeds Bernard Kulchinsky. Seltzer is also president of the Florida Association of Student Councils. Other officers are Jerry Cogan. %  president; May Morganstern, recording secretary: Jewel Murvachick. corresponding seen:.:;. and Kenny Kaplan, treasurer. This year marks the fiftieth anniversary of the Orkin Exterminating Company, a twentystate operation with headquarters in Atlanta, headed by Otto Orkin. Orkin started out in Richmond. Va.. in 1901 as a one-man concern and today has 146 branch offices. The company today services some of the largest hotels, restaurants, department stores, mills, homes, theaters and similar institutions in the region and claims to save "countless millions of Goldstein Unveiling The unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late E. Max Goldstein, prominent Miami Beach attorney, will take place Sunday. February 12. at 3 p.m. at Mount Nebo Cemetery with Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan officiating. Mr. Goldstein*s survivors include his wife. Laura: a son. Stephen; 'a daughter. Jane: his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goldstein; a brother, William: and a sister, Mrs Isaac Weinkle. Relatives and friends are requested to attend. Kroland Unveiling The dedication ol a monument I the memory of the late Sylvia Kroland. formerly of the Copley Plaza Hotel. Miami Beach, will take place Sunday. February 12. at 3 ;).m at M >unt Nebo Ci metery with Rabbi Murray Grauer officiating. Arrangements are in charge if Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Relatives and friends an asked to be present. dollars" each year in protecting | property and human life from destructive pests. Back in the early days of his 1 work. Orkin won the title of "Modern Pied Piper" because of his effective efforts in eliminating rats and othei pests. In 1915 he was commissioned to rid the Virginia executive man' sion of rats, the pests at the time ; being described by the Richmond : Times-Dispatch as "fat rat aristocrats of the Commonwealth of Virginia, having fed on the Governor's bountv since the days of Gilbert Walker in 1879." Orkin's rat-ridding project in the mansion was successful as he had developed and advanced an unusual technique in pest control. i and this success launched his business on a really important scali. The Showcase of Good Food The GOVERNOR CAFETERIA 1225 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH WET WASH Valentine Supper Party Th<' North Dade Jewish Center will sponsor a Valentine supper party on Saturday. February 11. at 8 p.m. at its building. 13630 West Dixie Highway. North Miami. Cards and games are on the agenda. Proceeds will go towards the building fund. SH0ULS0NS "TC2S 1589 N W 7" ST. MIAMI HA %  o.c*. 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jjgf^^vrffi-^^ffSTO PAGE TWO +J?istfhrrf&£. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY Zionism's Jewish Nationalism Creates Dual Loyalties, Council Charges i ) i J c c c t I s tc 1 \< P w n n .1 tl • ii % %  H C I. I G :'., ii ii IJ 01 L %  ei si B n. ai di pi y< d bi to • i il for J !: %  E in Less :.. ; Roser i). ""•"•• -' Sehwartz Urines 1 iilflish Troupe ;,To I'laza Stage Editoi %  Art Thi • nH back I stag) Plaza Thi • Beach. More thai the opening i legitimati Yi Id -h full-lengl pr du tion Tuesday nig Headed by Maurice Schwa the cast will : presentation of "God, Man and Devil" with -It's Hard to Be a Jew." The Jewish Floridian re* viewer gives his op::., in I opening nigh: pel: be' low. A '• T SCR AC"s SCR AC tl %  nfusing l • %  I %  Jv. : IV -.'• %  •' %  Israel being natioi norit in the % %  • 'States." T acknowledged the compl Israel during 1 iod of U -".utehood." The NCR AC irge that the Council has cast doubt; loyalty of American Jews "is manufactured out of the whole cloth." the Council's statement said. "Nowhere and at no time 3 A corpse came to life at the Plaza last Tuesday night—lively. %  entertaining, and often highly a tiowm dramatic—but a corpse withal. It has the American Council for was the spirit of a way of life now Judaism created the issue of 'dual long dead and all but forgotten. loyalties. It is Zionism"s Jewish Maurice Schwartz and his troupe of Yiddish actors tried in '.the revival of Godon's "God. Man and Devil" to bridge the yawning %  "•-, chasm between Jewish life in nationalism and its spokesmen in the United States and Israel whc follow the Zionist mandate 'to strengthen and foster Ji national sentiment and ness'," the Statemei I ..sized. The Council as ribed NCRAC's acti m I i "Zi n t i Inv Ive leaders if called nor.-Z: The debat NCRACs resolutioi %  %  •. .'•. :. Council ; challenge of in the Ami spirit of de te." it added. di l'o ti( Y. M Bi 10 Fi T, Ni Oi Wl M L( •: Ma %  • % %  • Scl %  'IjtCzarist Russia and tl i if :, Miai B idienci Despite the diffi time and geogi in the manner of H westerday t!. .• %  the stage and the today : thi onlookers, the. jnumber of e • .[logical carry. truggli between labor and capital, hu '[greed and avarice, the unending contest between the forces of good 'and evil within man himself. All : \jr fitful] unden %  n and 1 t attested l • To evalual erfections oi iction. 1 ting %  n %  Schwartz til : that is fasl :. || a losl nts to the %  thi efi pprecial But il past and a language 1 put on tl ted ofl % % %  ith Ii ing frequency tti iction and principal bon tween audience and play.—M Zionists To Hear Ipiller Wednesday %  : : %  %  %  %  ::. id Shapiro. ,.' v;U list Sews. Dinner fi Honor Israel Diamond Congri gation Beth Tfilah will :.t. Israel Dia-timonial dinner on Sunday, February 12. at 8:30 p.m. at the Viet ir Hotel. The affair is being given in recognition "of Mr. Diamond's outstanding service to the synagogue during the three and a half years he has been a mem%  • Diamond, who was recently re-elected president, is responsible for the trides that have been made thi synagogue. S r. Claude Pepper will be iki ana Harry ZukerI v-eremonii Ral Irving Lehrman J -;,:-. E. Rackovsk will als i spi iefly. ir will be the inst fficers. Dr. n will j ve as til ffici T nstalled >n to are H. Z n, vice ent: S n All %  '.:'. %  rding Chaii :. affair is S Iney • %  H. '. nt. J I the [. Kai Gables Center Plans Dedication m aring completion eren nies to be Gables Jewish 3 n lay, February 19. plan, president i .: Rabbinical Associa.1! Rabbi Morris A. Skop • ;ilai leader. The bi anefcongrega' %  •' %  by Rabbi Leon nd greetings will be R ,bbis M. Greenstein Pi Bi II ii. Jacob Honig M. Mescheloff, S. ; ; :.M. Shapiro I. Ever I Lehrman and Moshay Miami and Miami .' ph Malek and Sti i Kessler will Hebrew melodies. I • the altar will be by Cantors Samuel nd Maurice Mnmches to d by the presentation of the Torahs. Ner Tomid, Silver Yad. Pulpit Flags. Bible. Prayer Book and Ten Commandments. Invited guests include Chaplain James A. Boston of Pratt Veterans Hospital, where Rabbi Skop assists as representative of the National Jewish Welfare Board and the United States Army Chaplaincy Division: Dr. Ellwood C. Nance, president of Tampa University; J. Whitehead. director of the Miami Conference of Christians and Jews and civic and religious leaders of the community. Masada House Party Eugene Aronovitz will be host at a house party for members of the Miami Masada at his home, 2450 S.W. 2nd Ave., on Saturday, February 11, at 8:30 p.m. Kovner Head* Housing I nil Walter Kovner, Miami BeJ attorney was elected chain* of the Miami Beach Housii* Authority. He succeeds ftjl Witzman, who died recent I Kovner was previously a memi*! and vice chairman of the aJ thority. Members are meanwhile await. ing a $20,000 federal grant al order to conduct a survey -J determine the need for low-rent, I units in the Miami Beach area. Other members of the author.. ty are Jules Channing, Otto Bi.il and Jack Gordon. Final Session Of Teachers* Seminar I damn's riassrooin Demons! ratioi Final ion of the seminar for Jewish teachers to be held Tuesday, February 14, at 8 p.m. at Temple Beth Sholom will introduce a novel procedure. Demonstration of actual classroom situat: >ns in the teaching of history will be the subject of evaluation by the some 100 teach' tten ling the sessions. F ses of varying ages will bi if study. Mrs. D 11 I the third Marder will conduct • fifth yeai class in a n "The Return from B phical sketches %  will be the subject x. under the direction of Mrs. Jean Berman. Ralpil Bargteil wil Reach the Civil Wrl period in American-Jewish his-1 tory before the ninth year class.I Students of these regular class] at the Beth Sholom School wil be present. Sydney Greenbergsl educational director at the schoxI The seminars are a project oil in-training for all Jewish teachesI sponsored by the Bureau of Jei-f ish Education of Greater Miami Board To Meet Mrs. Ida Optner. Mrs. Haryl Kaufman and Mrs. Harry Einhoal will be hostesses to the board oi I Miami Beach B'nai B'rith Wonal on Thursday. February 16. ail 1 p.m. at the Shore Club Ho| D -amond IWlMMlllilMI r^^v ^r^ /// SWISS KNIGHT THE ORIGINAl SWISS PROCE SS GRU YERt Ihe rich taste and creamy texture of imported Swiss Knight represent the highest skill of cheese making in Switzerland. Enjoy it with fruit and salads. For dairy meals in good Jewish homes, Swiss Knight Cheese ii always a favorite! GERBER&CO.S.A. .Established 1836, LOO A K r^ R !" 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PAGE EIGHTEEN fjenist ftcrk/ter FRIDAY, FEBRUARY RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY Northside Jewish Center, 6231 N.W. First Ct. .-... %  .. %  Bl )h•• • I, I X. W. <3nd 8t. ] L8S* %  N W. th A\ %  on M i and North Dade Jewish Center Conservative). 13630 W. Dixie Highway. North Miami. -• %  t i Miami Hebrew School and Con gregation (Orthodox), 1101 S.W 12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April Cantor Berele Kelemer. %  %  %  %  First Jewish Congregation of • >ral Gables. 2410 Ponce de Leon i i r* : v Coral Blvd. (Conservative). ... I l' ; -;• • %  Miami Beach Jewish Community Center (Conservative). 1701 Flagler-Granada Jewish CenWashington Ave., Miami Beach. :er. 175 S.W. 45th Ave. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor Israelite Center General), 3346 Jacob Y Goldring. S.W. 24th St. • Temple Emanu-El (Reform), 1801 S. Andrews Ave., Fort Lauderdale. Dr. Marius Ranson. Rabbi. North Shore Jewish Center .. %  A %  • %  >' %  • %  '. %  %  \: SMI ..f M Congregation Beth El (Ortho Conservative,. 916 Everglades dox). 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi Concourse. Miami Beach (Aitz Murray.Grauer. Chaim Congregation). Rev. Philip Fried. ...• %  ... • 5;] •• r l I %  • %  %  Unrg SI i Satu a> Ben • %  > at • Hebrew Academy, 918 6th St., Miami Beach. • '.••.:. %  \ .-at s*. i u a. n S i ' f XI SVrnoi v %  • !! -•.'. be Ml • :•> Max Rapii n >• • Mi Mr* Jack Mia Saturdo -. i ... || • :.. r '.' %  %  .•;<..>. son of Mi ai rl Mrs Uli Kandi lunlor Congregation ai Mil !..:•'."; %  %  Wed b> os Shudos. Sund rellgiou." acl rellgiou) ••.8 a.m. and *"•*•< H Congregation Beth Jacob (Or thodox), 301-311 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses MesTemple Betn Snoiom (Liberal), c heloff. 4144 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach. Ser< ices will be held Friday evening Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor -is •;• n II b< c,_.„i xri.*.. 'esl Honoi ng Samuel Kelemer. „ „ memberi I rious I ops %  .-. %  f Living Lnte Prl • ng S atu norning • • %  %  • n ngregal i • i Earl L'antoi Knti H-ill pati %  -• i re Ji Congreg itioi %  n dlrei ted b) A J Shafra Mincha il i... ... %  :i She Si Ion R I • the Portion of I Week Da Ij S, h. %  ..• froi to I %  : Thurwi : %  The officers of the North Shore Jewish Center were installed with ceremonies at the Sorrento Hotel. Dr. Max J. Routenberg, executive vice president of the Rabbinical Assembly of America, installed the officers and Mayor Harold Turk addressed the assembly. Rabbi Irving Lehrman was principal speaker and Cantor Joseph W. Malek sang Jewish and Hebrew songs. Toastmaster was A. J. Kaplan. Following the installation, members signed the charter. Shown here are (sitting. L to r.) Jack Pritt. financial secretary; Sam Salloway. '... second vice president: Jerry Susman, fin,' president; the Rev. Philip Fried, spiritual lead. leaded the congregation; Melvin Paxol. president; Lasky. recording secretary; Max Eiiet. (second row, 1. to r.) Melvin Altman. corresi ing secretary; Morris Dotlinger, Frank Gol Harry Tessler, I. Goldman, Eddie Goldstein. Fenster, Gus Bar; (third row. 1. to r.) Leo S: man, Ernest Snyder. Ben Goldfinger. Ben Aaron Goldman. Frank Schneider. Philip Phi A. J. Kaplan, directors. I %  < rv %  M at • I! K :. s • .,:• %  :;'. 5 11 V %  • •' H• .'. v .' M -.N. W. Religious Congregation, 3681 N. W. 2nd St. :ces Saturday morning at 9:00 Congregation Beth David (Conservative). Coral Way and 26th Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. • • i.i ...... ... • • higher) • • %  scouting • -. S t a g i %  • Is • %  • • • %  : • nn.ns ...... :-.--. %  Card Party Scheduled Club Evi W Circle will sp :.n Sund :-' %  ruarj 19 at 8 p ::. at the grouj 1545 S.W. 3rd St AS LOW AS 4% MORTGAGE LOA N S HENRY E. WOLFFCO. MO Temple Isaiah (Reform). 1536 Bay Road. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moshay P. Mann. M. shav P. with 1 i Can) b. Are Jews a i Free relit %  < %  g at lfl T'Fereth Israel Congregation of Miami (Orthodox). 4302 N.W. 7th Avenue. .... • %  • %  • %  • i e-"idi %  %  area ted 1 Coral Gables Jewish Center %  ;.-.(Liberal). Rabbi Morns A. SkopCantor Joseph W. Malek; Steve %  • I Kessler, organist. Palermo Ave. near Le Jeune. Congregation beth Tfilah (Or> •• thodox), 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami :' %  '' • % % % %  • • %  %  | ii %  %  %  : %  .. ... morning .F %  % %  ... ,• : -• %  .• I ill sen • %  %  Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. • • • %  • •-• • %  • %  %  f Ml %  -• gr-gai %  .-.V.;: %  : -.'•-.'. •• • %  • "• • • %  %  • • I Ma -• • t T and -... Temple Israel (Reform), 137 N.E. 19th St. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Rabbi Emeritus. Frlil evening %  I %  %  '• Hebrew Schlol I Monday through Thursdaj r• %  % %  Sunda ai 10 a.n Congregation Young Israel (Orthodox). 4001 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach. Weekday lervicea I a m Sal %  dlnchj li weekdays S i fd*, Saturdaj Mincha at : • %  ". f'.ll..w.-.i by Shalos Seudoi Jewish Community Center (Conservative). 2020 Polk St., Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. HoniqCantor Milton Freedman. i* .. part If you're BUYING or BUILDING, be sure your NEW HOME is wired for Yon Nay Mot Need Or Want All These Services Right Away Bat Toir Home Should Be Wire! For Them NOW To Save Costly Additions Later! ifiTPum Ha "KI' ,R ff\l I UnCn water Heat-r FroZM Food Cabinet. Oistiwisner G* i is= 3 s ^ a Ventilating Fin. Ceiliag U|M Md SpodipB for Sink and Range. Mixer IOMW Coffee Maker. Ctoch. Radw. Convene :e OwtMCB for Miscellaneouj Appliances Washer Iron* 0r. Ughtirj CowiWt* Outlets to* Iron and ot'ier App'afces LAUNDRY LONDON ARMS Cffytei DINING ROOM OPEN TO PUBLIC PHONE 5-1264 •• %  KKlSUIC • o MAMtrM. M. JUSSMAK LIVING ROOM ae sion Record Player Wire Recover Doo'BH. Multiple Convenience Outlets ' Hl Drier, Massage, etc NURSERY SR£5 ier Electric Blanket. 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lUARY 10. 1950 Ktmiatt ftcrMian PAGE ELEVEN Zionists Plan Testimonial Dinner bbi Abba Hillel Silver In March Lmi Beach Zionist Disset the evening of /, March 8, for its anquet, Miami Beach istice Kenneth Oka, of the affair, has anThe banquet wil be held jr-conditioned banquet iple Beth Sholom. Stone, president, Miami onist District, revealed linner will be a testithe internationally jnist leader. Rabbi Abba irer, of Cleveland, Ohio, address the guests. irer has long been an [spokesman of a militant hlicy. He is chairman of Irican Zionist Council, lof the American branch krld Jewish Agency and (dent of the Zionist Or: of America. In addition tical leadership of the Dvement, Dr. Silver has led himself as a scholar Jtual leader. He is the leader of the Temple, in which has become one emost Jewish congregacountry. with Judge Oka as co|-of the annual dinner are Ginsburg and Daniel Broad' is also acting in ty of treasurer for the ^1. Assisting them are S. Andron, Jack D. eorge M. Cohen, Isidore Abe Goodman, Cantor felemer. Rabbi Moshay Arnold I. Scher, Matverstein, Alfred Stone Van Straaten. [ Mande and Ensemble iinner music, and Canel Kelemer will render cal selections. [South Florida" To lty Fair Theme ng agricultural, educavocational activities, annual Dade County lopen March 2 for a tenJd at the Dade County %  rounds, according to f. Houston, Miami Shrine fd by Miami Temple or the Florida DepartAgriculture and the ^unty Commission, the 1 show many of the ag! and industrial resuorces lorida. Jordan, Macon, Ga., laged the Georgia State [28 years will again be of the exhibits, erne of the fair, "Know Biida," will be followed Jt the exhibition, Jordan one of the purposes of '; event is to acquaint /ear-round resident and lal visitor with activities Florida's, schools, farm industries. Kenneth Oka Hadassah Will Hear Judge Holt Miami Group of Hadassah will meet Monday, February 13, at 8 p.m. in the Shenandoah Elementary School auditorium. Mrs. Jasper Cromer, president will preside, and four other Hadassah groups, the Business and Professionals of Miami and Miami Beach, the Menorah group of Miami and the Juniors of Miami, will be present as guests. Guest speaker will be Judge George E. Holt who recently returned from a trip to Israel under the auspices of the American Christian Palestine Committee. The B & P and the Juniors will participate in the program which will feature a musical sketch. Representing the Juniors will be Elaine Goodman, Lee Friedman, Elaine Sachs, Miriam Scheinberg and Elaine Pollock, and B & P participants will be Mrs. Peter Brod, Mrs. Bernard Kimmel, Betty Kandel and Edythe Bernstein. Also taking part will be Mrs. Harold B. Cohen and Mrs. Irving Genet will play piano accompaniment. Mrs. Simon April will offer the devotional. Music Month Plans Outlined Plans for the celebration of national Jewish Music Month in Miami call for a city-wide music recital on Saturday, March 18, a youth music festival on Sunday, 1 March 19, a special radio program and special programs by organizations during the months of February and Marcn. A special meeting for representatives of all Jewish organizations will be held on Wednesday, February 15, at the Miami Jewish Community Center at 8:15 p.m. to complete the details of the citywide music recital. Auditions will be held for all youth between the ages of six and 16 on Sunday, February 19, at the school auditorium of the Miami Beach Jewish Center from 3 to 5 p.m. Auditions for both voice and instrument will be under the direction of Margaret Chasan. All Jewish schools and clubs are being contacted to bring out all available musical talent for participation' in the youth music festival. The arrangements committee to date consists of Miss Chasan. Gus Jacobson, director of the Miami Beach YM & WHA.; Julius Samuels, activities director at the Miami Jewish Community Center; Ben Yomen, choir director at the Miami Beach Jewish Center; and Louis Schwartzman, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education of Greater Miami. Nussbaum Unveiling i The dedication of a monument! to the memory of the late Max | Nussbaum, formerly of 361 Jef| ferson Ave., Miami Beach, will | take place Sunday at 2:30 p.m. I at Mt. Sinai Cemetery with Rabbi I Moses Mescheloff officiating. Mr. | Nussbaum was a member of the Beth Jacob Congregation and is survived by his wife, two sons and three grandchildren. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends .and relatives are asked te be present. CEJWIN CAMPS_ PORT JERVIS, N. Y. • In the Catskill Mountains Established 1919 NON.COMMERCIAL PROGRESSIVE EDUCATIONAL CAMPS IDEAL FOR JEWISH BOYS AND GIRLS l-inil anil watir %  ports; aesthetic activities; resident doctors and nurses; Jewish cultural Influencesi Sabbath and Dietary laws observed. RATES $375. Send for descriptive booklet "FL" A. P. SCHOOLMAN, Director 231 West 83rd St.. New York 24 REAL OLD-TIMf CHICUH SOOP, BUBBLING mm GOMHGO0MSS Young People Organizing The North Shore Jewish Community Center is organizing a young peoples group. All young men and women interested in joining are asked to contact Miss Rhea Hass. Rabbi Shoulson To Speak Rabbi Shoulson will address members of the Histadruth L'Tarbut Ivrith of Greater Miami at a meeting at the Spinoza Forum, 124 11th St., Miami Beach, on Sunday, February 12, at 3 p.m. The talk and discussion to follow will be in Hebrew. TWENTY-SECOND SEASON — 1949-1950 ERSITY OF MIA MVTYM PHONY ORCHESTRA 40DESTE ALLOO, Musical Director MIAMI SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL lY, FEB. 19-3:00 MONDAY, FEB. 20—8:30 k TRUMAN fICKETS: Sunday $1.50, 2.40, 3.00, 3.60 Monday SI 80. 2.40, 3.60, 4.20, 4.80 Sky Club REVIEW Baddy Regents Band June Tuppens ll v Baros Johnny Carnes Top-Flite Comedy :OVER NO MINIMUM 3604 S. W. 8th Street Sholem Luncheon Club Will Hear Dr. Yard Dr. James Yard, a national official of the National Conference of Christians and Jews, will highlight a mid-day program dedicated to Brotherhood Week sponsored by Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith on Friday, February 10, at 12:15 p.m. in the Downtowner Restaurant. Dr. Yard will discuss "The Significance of Worldwide Brotherhood." LISTEN TO THE CULTURAL JEWISH FORUM RADIO HOUR EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT FROM 7:30 TO 9 P.M. OVER STATION WWPB 1450 on the Dial Directed and Announced by SIMON SEIDEN Ctickent oops Here's the chickee soup thai brings you real old-tint* home cooking. Just set it to simmering on the stove and you've got a quick meal in no tirrre at allhot and heartening, with that homey satisfying re" 1 chicken goodness. 4 Tempting Varieties: MANISCHtWITZ • CHICKEN SOUP WITH NODDIES • WITH MATZO BAILS • WITH KIENiCH • CLEAR CHICKEN SOUP YOUR SYMBOL OF QUALITY CM VOW* A*.0 •—* LIKE QUIZ SHOWS? TRY RIGHT OR WRONG Two to Three P.M. DISC IOCKEY NOAH TYLER MAY PHONE YOU DURING THE SHOW AND ASK YOU A QUESTION THAT WILL MEAN A NICE GIFT. More and More — Your Favorite Station For Music and News First Annual Banquet 1415 EUCLID AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH Will be a Testimonial Banquet in Honor of Their Esteemed RABBI ISAAC H. EVER Sunday, February 19th, at 8 P.M. VICTOR HOTEL 12th Street and Ocean Drive, Miami Beach • RABBI IRVING LEHRMAN—Guest Speaker • CANTOR LEIBELE TRAINER, of New York—Guest Cantor • ALSO A NATIONALLY FAMOUS HUMORIST ABRAHAM FINESTONE. Pros. MAX LIPPMAN. Vice Pres. WOLF SIROT. Hon. Life Pros. & Treas. SAMUEL R. SHERMAN. Vice Pres. 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PAGE FCUR Kjmist Fkrkiiar TODAY, FE BRUARY EDITORIAL The UP ilill '.: .• S?c.::r.::ic la look cs ii there is little chance :.-: Senate p assag e oi a genuinely liberal displace A persona bill By burdening the Cellea Bill with amer.dir.er.-.s ri:-ix.::j persona :-: German ethnic origin eligible kx admisa on oa displaced r^:s.r:is and requij thirty pei cent ol the visaa to be issued re persona with two yean ol :::::u/^^! •xpes enee the Se:--:e 'ud.r.-:y Co~.~.:~ee h.-.s ;• %  ascu nted the Cellei Bill ai all hberahsm The i cnona to the old rr krw were strongly s:.-.:e:i by Preside: Truman himserl when he called f. ::-.:. persona OCI • icioua and :.s;n~.::: Jews ~ i prevision i IWIIIHII by 'he Ser.c.e _.-...committee with :•=;;:; lo persons :: Sermon ethnic origin s sc sr:r!e on ::s s~:-re eda no ezpka ohon The provision with .Euro] experience :s as vieiOUl as -? purposeful H: we ash COB a perse" who 03 ; i ae T? camps oi I_:are :c: year? .prove that re was as agricul• %  "-" worses when the country a: nil a::a:n has crerrua and .>•:. those who might prove : sa suci C workes are '.cr.c dead • art achned tc :::;; with Ta::o:ess~an Ce e: sponsor oi the House-approved bill thai be amendments sugaessed by the Senate an*.—...ee ,*r..v KS :ae :::;J::: ;:s^t YES ~'~I ROOT IS DEEP— Herman Mentality The restitution claims oi the N cz ; v driving German taxpayers to su.cide, th FvJ Minister of Essen wept this wee!-: as he add J the local parliament. %  Self-pity is so ingrained a German ^1 it is hardly necessary for us tc pause atthj, manifestation of an old hah-H nt JJ threat of suicide is not a plecscn; one to Z even though it is doubtful there is great to the Minister's outburst. We value lif franklly speaking we would net weep if We in the papers that several Germans ac' eliminated themselves from this v.orld „ of Jewish restitution claims. In fact, were even a taint of contrition in the German soulti would have been at least a few suicides in( many propelled by shame and bad con Instead of showing shame, let alone a senguilt, the very Germans who benefited fronl steclth of Jewish property cae r.aw threats the world with self-immolation if -hey are i pelled to return what the ordinary thief is ere to do when apprehended. If the tragedy were not so grim this dispbfl i German mentality would evoke deep lauqsfl Kanquof Will Honor Kabbi s^A.'r^e g h ££ZX£ CARE Announces SP*'*Passover Ncrman R L • %  •*• ntr SUM food proqraa a special P > %  (served sever; .' % %  -. -••:.::Mii-e* %  • s third > -.. %  T %  Doctors Will Meet Hospti %  .-.:-. • : Mitt Truman To Sing Part? To Benefit I llited SrhiMil %  -. %  Schx: a j l~jidie* Klsi 5 g leliv r;. during : "•' :h in time for the Passover -' • • Joun %  • Apr:! 1. • '"' • { th< Including its ntenta more • PEN wd a hall pounds of the CARE Pass ver packn consultation :.M r of Food '' ""' said. It has the '-':%  n of ,-.tions ; : uncil of i %  --ARE's other regular food :-..r,',.'.s : •• f i : %  ntha has %  %  : iding that Israel have I •'• % %  isfa und UfM %  agencies : Ul ttfl I free UlE | acksajea in Beih Kl Ladios Plan I'uriiii Fete %  directcr said CARE headqu na: •-1 of beef luncheon meat; 1 of coffeei 1 pound vegetal shortening: 3 | 8 ou condensed m:ik: .: -^: meal, and 1 pound. 8 ounces matzo. Plan Purim Dance The Sisterhood : the Xort! Jewish Center plans for a P.. held at the N'. rth M Club. 454 N E x-: St n S; day. March 4. a: 6 r m Must be provided by L uis Ben court's Orchestra charge of the Mrt liam Rothman P toward the c^.'.i.r." %  ~ iRE .. Itaajea in with the :.-.eva' • n we 13.000 of : : %  %  %  -. %  far beei %  %  %  %  roWCommton, % % %  CARE md! of Av.v : r %  %  >•%* (iriitip T >lHt Feb. IS % %  ->l. Sunillrliii To Miami Heart | Retum:r.g : F estate scene is Mat rice tax andy-r-. il estai A graduate f 1 and Harvard L %  Sa Bbea • %  sylvama and New Y Admitted Statel Survi5 moved I S York I to continue and sp -ze ini phases of federal ;s36 the U S. Tre qu* him to appear be: %  ''•' Revenue depsrt tax specials: A vete.-. pointWatr, Snrvis ser\"eo -' : CARjTa '.;; : '-' T %  >• : %  %  m T, ; •'•'-s S, %  %  • %  -1 Ni:., T .. director of the Yug witt) UXRRA in World War. Vf Miami Beach via estab!ishec ..s.ience] oene _' %  i -) %  agreement larael Mr* Levin to Talk ^ Bowta Wm The Sex tear: J.5SC= -; s 4 £$ 1%  Si %  Mixracni To Meet i r_ Lar* 1 S -.%  %  TT^jck' r.an. Bob Tauber a.-.lea£-e *! u_ -.an •nassei M ; -.... %  •->*o or othe Second in the >r AUOetets. led bj is I man and consisting 5; Jndcr Jesse r^^ j^ Walt. Tiien* 1 *'j Ray Levine led a* h^y no!scorers with a 168 :\erage costs, norjwa* followed bv Jobs B


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IRUARY 10, 1950 *Jewisti fkridi&ri PAGE SEVEN M'II Plan niil.nc been announced for Iconvention of B'nai ^'s chapters in St. April 15, 16 and Jto Mis Ethel Pont, 1 It. Moss of the West ( Chapter was named %  the meet by Miss j it statewide gatherI Mrs. Moss will be | Irs. Ruth Rapp of j-ving Wellins of Ft. \ id Mrs. Jack Wilson Beach. ias issued a call to biapters in the state legates immediately Irs. Moss at 290 test Palm Beach. Meads Chamber Jisch Meyer, Miami and civic leader, head the Beach [Commerce for the had been serving president, also is a fetor. He is a trustee ai Hospital and was |the campaign fund its conversion modern hospital president of the or11 be Lloyd Farrey, Ichard Mead, was vice president. Therrel was chosen E. D. Keefer was I chamber's national Parris was elected reappointed Chamkanager. Beth David Ladies To Meet February 15 A meeting of the Beth David Sisterhood will be held Wednesday, February 15, at 1:30 p.m. at Beth David. A special Tu-B'Shevat program will feature Cantor Maurice Mamches, Mrs. Phil Abrams and Mrs. Alex Stiebel. The sisterhood is also planning a reward luncheon and card party to be held Tuesday, Februarv 21, at 1 p.m. at the home of 'Mrs. Harry Gordon, 2201 South Miami Ave. Working on the affair are Mrs. Frank Rose, Mrs. E. E. Merlin and Mrs. Max Bergman. Betrothal Announced Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Union, 1140 S.W. 9th St., announce the engagement of their daughter. Shirley Frances, to Richard I. Maland, 325 S.W. 22nd Road. The wedding will take place March 19. Pioneer Women To Hold Dinner To Discuss Health "The Science of Healthful Living' will be the subject of a discussion Saturday, February 11, at 3:30 p.m. at the Spinoza Outdoor Forum, 124 11th St., Miami Beach, Speakers will be Samuel H. Orenstein, Providence, R. I and Dr. Robert W. Anderson, director of the Camp Hygiology, Rheinbeck, N. Y. Charles H. Lee will preside. Lee will give the fifth in a series of lectures on "The Heavens and the Earth" on Tuesday, February 7. fo Receive Honor ^mid, highest honor to a Jewish Boy Scout, will be presented to Daniel Roberts at services Fri day night at Beth David. Bernard Sterling, president of the congregation, will make the presentation, and .Albert Quadrow, %  chairman of Beth |David Scout Troop, will speak briefly, three other memfth David Troop will services. The con11 present a scout top, t cracker Piano Recital Pupils in Miss Anyuta Melicov's advance and intermediate piano classes will present a recital at her studio, 800 10th St., Miami Beach, on Sunday, February 12, at 3 p.m. Participants will be Joyce Bruckner, Goldie Fishman, Merle Foreman. Marilyn Fishman, Joan Kandel, Yvonne Gilbert, Dorothy Greenberg, Phyllis Kandel, Jewel Muravchick, Phyllis Muravchick, Michael Shagan, Arlene Tarshis, Shirley Usdansky and Carol Washer. Mrs. Israel Goldstein The Council of Pioneer Women of Greater Miami will hold its eleventh annual donor dinner on Sunday, February 12, at 12:30 p.m. at Mendelsohn's Lincoln Manor, 2 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Mrs. Israel Goldstein of New York City, national president of the organization, will be guest speaker. Rabbis Max Shapiro and Leon Kronish will also be on the program and Rosemary Gerson will sing. Pioneer Women Hold Benefit Dinner Pioneer Women Club No. One of Miami Beach held a dinner at Beth Tfilah for the benefit of the children's building fund inlsrael, according to Mrs. Henry Seitlin, president. Mrs. L. Feinstein and Mrs. B. Pakula were co-chairmen of the affair. Assisting them were Mrs. Minna Bawer and Mrs. Seidman, Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky spoke on "The Need in Israel." Dixie Photo Max Meisel, president of the Bureau of Jewish Education, tenders a testimonial scroll to Dr. Charles D. Tharp, dean of the college of liberal arts of the University of Miami, in "appreciation of the university's inclusion of Hebrew as a fully accredited course in the modern language curriculum." The presentation took place at Temple Israel. \\ ggJ*W*iW 5? can enjoy crackers^ but lnischewitz bake 'em! OF QUALITY CSfcE* Package Party Slated The Ladies Auxiliary of the Kneseth Israel Congregation will sponsor a package party on Sunday, February 12, at 8 p.m. in the social hall of the synagogue. LADY WITH LARGE APT. On Beach wants to share it with business couple or one or two ladies. CALL 58-5882 No calls answered on Saturday KOSHER (Live) CHICKENS RETAIL 8t WHOLESALE Top Quality — Reasonable Priced Under Supervision of Rabbis Mescheloff Rackovsky Berinan Poultry 87 Washington Ave. Ph. 58-1839 WE DELIVER IN MIAMI 237 N.W. 5th St. Ph. 3-7584 AUTO LOCK & HARDWARE 1304 N. E. Second Ave. We Have Not Moved —And Are Not Associated With Any Other Concern Drive In For Sales & Service Auto Locks 8c Keys Speedometers and Windshield Wipers 8c Washers Safety Sheet 8c Plate Auto Glass Plastic 8c Fulton Sun Visors Replacement Rubber For Your Leaking Doors, Trunks We Guarantee Our Work. PH. 9-3144 J. A. Nilon J. P. Nilon Personally Speaking • Mr. and Mrs. lack Shapiro, 853 S.W. 11th St., have as their guests Mr. Shapiro's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cohn of Brooklyn. V Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Raffel and their two small daughters have motored in from Bristol, Conn., to spend a month with Mrs. Raffel's mother, Mrs. L. Szerlip, and grandmother, Mrs. A. Berman. Mr. Raffel is junior member of the Raffel Department Store in Bristol and president of the Chamber of Commerce there. Mrs. Raffel is president of the Bristol Hadassah. Mrs. Sam Newman and son, Arnold, who have been visiting Mrs. Newman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Zimmerman, were unexpectedly called back to Camden, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Adler and daughter, Judith, have returned to their home in Freehold, N. J., after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Nat Levitt, 835 N.W. 7th Street Road. %  Mrs. Sonia Levitt has returned to Miami after an extended visit in New York, Atlanta and other cities. Mrs. Levitt will soon leave for Israel, where she will spend the Passover holidays. -K Visiting relatives here is Joe Goldstein of Galax, Va. Mr. Goldstein, who is the son-in-law of Mrs. Gus Ginsburg, 2323 S.W. 21st Ave., will be here for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Storch of Brooklyn are vacationing at the Clifton Hotel, Miami Beach. During their stay they are being entertained by their uncle and aunt, Mr. axd Mrs. Morris Rubin, and Mr. Storch's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Max Storch. Spending a month at the Continental Hotel, Miami Beach, are Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Larick of New York City. While here they are being entertained by Mrs. Larick's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Zeientz. Mrs. Rosalyn Benat and her daughter, Cheryl, of New York are spending two months with Mrs. Benat's parentts, Mr. and Mrs. Saul Kenholz of Miami Beach. Caming To Address Hadassah Unit *H. W. William Caming will speak on "And Then We Turned to Make the Peace" at the Friday review of the Hannah Senesch Group of Hadassah to be held February 10 at 1:30 p.m. at Temple Beth Sholom, according to Mrs. Sol H. Leslie, chairman of the reviews. Caming. who was the deputy director of the U. S. Office for War Crimes, was one of the chief prosecutors at the Nuremburg war crime trials, judge adovcate general in the Asiatic theatre of operation for three years during the war, he has written extensively on foreign policy, conditions abroad, international and military law. Caming is a Phi Beta Kappa, a graduate of the Law School of Harvard University and a member of the New York Bar. The group will be the hosts at an Oneg Shabat at the home of Mrs. Norman Liebling, 214 W. San Marino Dr., on Saturday, February 11, at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Irwin Weinstein will be in charge of the program. A meeting of the group will be held Monday, February 13. at the King Cole Hotel. Mrs. Morris Alpert will preside. Dr. Zev Cohen will speak. H. W. Caming Lodge To Meet Louis D. Brandeis Lodge 199, Free Sons of Israel, will meet Thursday, February 9. at 8:30 p.m. at the Anglers Club, Miami Beach, according to an announcement from Leslie C. Rome, president. Twenty new members will be inducted at the meeting. itumasaimmi TUES.FEB 14th fOR ONEWEEK ?m ( BCrWA G&tSTDN CriAXlOTTf GOLDSTEIN OLA SHILFKO ANATOLB WINOGRADOFF GUSTOW BEKGER %  MOKKJS STI&SSBEM VUDCL DUBINSKY State TltoddtgLe*}. of f U 9 8 Hard To, Be A Jew 9 ALL MusTi* 3 The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH The Only Community-Wide Kashruih Association, Participating Agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, informs the public that: 1. Only Meat Markets with the sign of the GMVH .1 1 D J displayed are supervised and endorsed by the Vaad; Only Chickens with the ring of the GMVH il 1 D 2 are supervised and endorsed by the Vaad; Hotels and Restaurants may buy kosher meats and yet be treif. For other information about Kashruih call our Director, Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, 818 Michigan Avenue, Telephone 5-3595. HARRY SIRKIN, Pres. H. SOOTIN, Sec A. M. BEAR, Vice Pres. S. LOBEL. Treas. 2. 3.



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IY, FEBRUARY 10. 1950 rJewist) fkridHtr PA6E FIFTEEN : )i Blair Will resent School Morris L. Blair, director •.ions of the Hebrew focal College, the largest \ c-al school ;n the Midwest. Mved in the state of Florida f ( S ":it his institution. .ihir from the Rabbinical of Bogorodsk, Moscow lumnus of the Rabbinical L (>f Telshe, Lithuania, |Bla:r came to the United ivhere he studied at the f William and Mary and • University. He became Rabbi Blair leader in Norfolk, Va.. he occupied a pulpit tf l-nne years. He also served khington. D. C. as rabbi of |ai Jacob Temple. Jewish and its activities, along Dncral problems in Jewish have been of major interest .. Membership chairman of Irfolk District ZOA, he was Iber of the executive board Seaboard Region for Youth Kes, adviser for Tidewater Council and a member of F.F. Council in the District _.nbia. urthering his deep-rooted in Jewish young people. [Blair came to the Hebrew [gical College, which has an jiint of over 500 students fnting five continents, eight countries, 16 states, and | college has expanded its es h\ < (instructing a dormipjaccnt to the main buildbr housing out-of-town s. Daily meals in the recafeteria are also pro\mong its many services, Hege sustains young stuof poor means and refugee Its. victims of Nazi bruality, pll their personal needs as upkeep. residing in Miami Beach o former students of the Dr. I. Makovsky and Ben linsburg, an honorary di"f the school. Food Fair Stores has opened the ninth addition to its chain of Greater Miami chain outlets at 7S0 N.E. 125th St. Irving E. Horsey was the architect and Gus Weber Company was the general contractor. This building is 105 x 115' with a large parking area on the site. The structure has two entrances—one from the parking area and another from the street area. Food Fair's traditional high tower, brilliantly lighted, is placed atop the building and can be seen from a distance in any direction. A marble front and a large plate glass area are features of construction. The store is completely air-conditioned' and has its own ice plant for the preservation of vegetables and perishables. A new feature, in this unit, is new type, low, self-service meat refrigerator cases. This unit has 140' of the latest in selfservice refrigerator cases. Another new feature, but not new with Food Fair, is the installation of modern, sanitary stainless steel, speed check booths. Special attention also has been given to color treatment and to a combined General Electric slim-line and flood light, lighting treatment. Terrazzo floors are an important feature of this store, which is 100 per cent vermin proof. The design of the store eleminates all bottlenecks and makes for ease of shopping. Tickets On Sale For Arts Ball Ticket sales for the first annual Beaux Arts Ball of the Miami Beach YM & WHA are very encouraging, declared Al Ossip, chairman of the affair. The ball, first of its kind ever to be presented on Miami Beach, will be given at the Surf Room of the Roney Plaza Hotel on Saturday evening, February 11. The event will have a United Nations theme, Joel LaPato, art committee chairman, disclosed. Consulates from all the countries maintaining staffs in the Greater Miami area have been invited to attend. Dress for the affair will be optional, but LaPato advised that all those who want to bring home a prize should attend in costume since there will be costume competition with prizes for the winners. Prizes include original paintings by William Oberman, LaPato, Perri Fleischman and Zena Posever. Judges will be Dr. Arturo di Filippi, Margaret Newman, Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, Dr. Eric Karlberg, Mayor Harold Turk, Milton Sirkin, Doris Rosenthal and Hal Murray. Jack West and his orchestra will supply the music for the affair. Tickets are now available at the office of the Beach Y. First Bris At Mt. Sinai First bris to be performed in the sterile glass-enclosed ritual room of Mount Sinai Hospital was that of Richard Gene Gluck, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gluck, 1946 Marseilles Dr.. Miami Beach. Sandek was Philip Krumholz; godfather. Max Leshnick; godmother, Claire Leshnick; Rabbi S. M. Machtei, mohl. Mrs. Grashof Seeks Seat In State Legislature Mrs. Edna M. Grashof, 121 N.W. 60th Ct., is Republican candidate for representative in the Legislature, Group 3. Mrs. Gashof hails from Rochester, N. Y., and has been active in women's organizations and civic groups. She is vice president of the Women's Republican Club of Dade County, Republican committeewoman from Precinct 60, and active in the Republican Headquarters Club of Dade County. Need Help In a Hurry?—Call A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE WhIU and Colored Holp Phonos 8-5317 — %-tIZt 61 N. E. Bth Street AL MEIDENBERQ, Owner Republican Candidates Announced This Week Seven Miamians this week an; nounced their candidacy for the i Republican nomination for office. Among those entering the race were Gerald Schwartz, legisla! ture, group 2; Charles A. Winkelman, state representative, group 1; Mrs. Gladys H. Jacobsen, board of public instruction, district 3; Nathaniel W. Howell, state legislature, group 3; Morris Gottlieb, | state representative, group 2; Gustav H. Kloehs, county purchasing agent; J. Edward Worton, U. S. Congress, district 4. Kosher Killed Chickens TENNESSEE POULTRY & EGG CO. WHOLESALE & RETAIL WEDS. AM. THURS. A.M. Phones 9-2585 — 9-7981 1340 S.W. 8th St. A Gift Subscription CHOICK FAMILY PLOTS In Jewish Section—Woodlawn Park Cemetery AVAILABLE NOW! 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IDAY. FEBRUARY 10, 1950 ••JtvisbflnrklifMi PAGE THIRTEEN irtain Will Rise On Sholem Lodge's iird Annual "Yiddish Night" Sunday Finii dress rehearsals will be this weekend for the third nuai production of the Sholem .o B'nai B'rith musical comVhow, "Yiddish Night" to be n the Miami Beach Senior IIIOII Favors iisiirance On [ % %  sines* Loans [Government help for the small iiness man in the form of small fir; from banks and government Cirance of business loans will a certainty if proposed legis|i,,„ soon to be submitted to Ipgress is acted upon favorCongressional Candidate ft C innon declared today. }-l plan now being formued will set up necessary chinery to provide government lurance of bank loans as well small loans directly from kks in amounts up to $10,000 SI5.000. These loans will be hdlod in much the same manner ft FHA loans are made now," [p. inted out. f.\ secondary plan, which calls formation of a new pita! bank' to be financed by Oka and insurance companies ting all types of capital is is also being set up. While I am opposed to governJrit competition to private lendagencies, it is my belief that pump-priming' of our {ing economy will eventually lourage private capital to bemore active and hate any further need for govImont intervention in this diItion."' sak' Cannon. High School on Sunday evening February 12. Ticket Chairman Sanford Swerdlin, has announced that there are no reservations and tickets will be available at the door. A capacity audience is expected to watch 20 community leaders cast in leading roles in the variety show. Miami attorneys, E. Albert Pallot, Marx Faber. Jerome Weinkle. Abe Aronovitz and Milton A. Friedman, will appear in the comedy blackouts and in the ballet finale. Maurice Grossman and Leo Ackerman will have leading roles in comic skits assisted by Mrs. Ida Optner and Eugene Weiss. David Rabinowitz and Producer-Director Ben Essen will also be featured in a blackout while Cantor Maurice Mamches will render several traditional selections. Essie Schaffer will be the accompanist. More than half of the production will be presented in Yiddish with a number of scenes from previous productions repeated by request. Tickets may be secured at the door. Curtain time is 8:15 sharp, and patrons are advised to be in their seats at that time. North Shore Unit Plans Card Party The North Shore Jewish Center Sisterhood will hold its first Valentine luncheon and games party on Tuesday; February 14, at 1 p.m. at the Sorrento Hotel. Mrs. Melvin Altman is chairman of the affair and Mrs. Lester Lasky is co-chairman. Assisting are the Mesdames Samuel Jaffee, Sidney Burger and Phillip Pritzert. DE SOTO HOTEL AND HEALTH RESORT A Modern, Steamheated, Fireproof Hotel. All Rooms with Private Bath or Shower Elevator and Telephone Service. Physiotherapy mas. sage — colonies — mineral baths and allied treatments. Special diets for those in need. A Friendly Hotel with Reasonable Rates: $60 to 70 Per Week, Per Person. American Plan. SAFETY HARBOR. FLA. Phone: Clearwater 3-2367 'iii|l< k Women to lolil Card Party ^n outdoor theme will be used the annual Temple Israel |t card party to be given |lhe home of Mrs. Joseph Wilnson, 5470 LaGorce Dr., Miami |ch Monday, February 20, p.m. I ised will go towards building of a new Sunday Bool building in memory of pi C ilman Zwitman. Canasta, : other games will be yen. I iiv Weintraub is chairp foi the affair. Assisting are Mesdames Henry Hirsch, Max Alvin Richter, Morton Alvin Sandier, Harry F.lrv Stone, Adolph and Henry Wolff. OG CING Style Show Will Highlight Meeting A meeting of the Miami Beach Group of Hadassah is scheduled for Monday, February 13, at 1 hence I p m in tne Surf Room of the Roney Plaza Hotel. Mrs. Oscar Lelchuk will give the opening prayer. Mrs. Leon J. Ell, JNF, golden book and tree chairman, will introduce Abram Mason, who will present a golden certificate to his wife, in honor of their forty-first wedding anniversary. Guest speaker will be Mrs. Albert Gitlow, former national Hadassah JNF chairman, who will discuss the Israeli scene. Rabbi Meshay P. Mann will speak. Highlight of the afternoon's program will be a fashion show presented by Ann Stewart. Martha Chase, fashion editor, will serve as comentator and coordinator. Theme for the show will be "Far Away Places." Furs to be shown, will be from Alexander Furs. Coiffures will be styled by House of Eugene and shoes will come from Gainsborough. Music will be furnished by Rudy Baum. Members of Hadassah who will model include the Mesdames Moe Browarnik. Samuel A. Feldman, Leonard Wolf, Harry Mufson. Julius Mufson, Bill Masur, Rae Gordon, Max Gratz, Ned Sail, Charles J. Ginsberg. Alexander Kogan. Ida Goldberg. Dorothy Isbern, Jack Bernard. Mrs. Joseph Wolf is chairman of the show. —Associated Photo Rehearsing for the third annual "Yiddish Night." lo be sponsored by Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith. on Sunday. February 12. at Miami Beach High School auditorium are (1. to r.) Maurice Grossman, David Rabinowitz and Ben Essen, producer-director. TONIGHT ENNEL CLUB 'tit Fiajicr St. it 374lt AvMtlt ISTEAM-HEATED GRANDSTAND "Brotherly Love" Team Wins Bowling Play-Off The mid-season play-off between the "Brotherly Love" and "Equality" bowling squads in the Coral Gables B'nai B'rith tournament was won by the "Brotherly Love" team under the leadership of Captain "Pop" Seidler. Amassing 2.938 points against their adversary's 2.873. the victors begin the second half of the year's contest slight favorites. Giving Seidler strong support in the play-off resulting in their victory were Martin White. Fred Sandier. Nat Oberferst and Art Winkleman. Bill Hechler led the losers. 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iY, FEBRUARY 10. 1950 +Jewisti fkrkttan PAGE NINE e get lists of the greatest players, or the bestwomen and so on. of us take these lists with of salt. I believe very the makers of the lists lves entertain a similar After all, any list must Irily be something of a al matter. It is like listing best foods or the ten | Bt girls. I have no doubt lany an obscure girl looks sf to her boy friends as TEN GREATEST JEWS By DAVID SCHWARTZ tly Dr. Israel Goldstein listed the ten greatest Jews half of the twentieth century. e like fo beguile ourselves with such lists. The late Dr. president of Harvard, once got up a five-foot shelf of eatest books: More recently, another group listed the d best books. Now and the Nazi mob seized power. There were many who thought that but for his premature, death, Rathenau would have led Germany out of the slough of economic despondency which made possible the coming of Hitler to power. Not only was Rathenau a great political figure but like Weizmann, he was one of the world's great scientists. Dr. Goldstein's list includes Stephen S. Wise, but it does not include Prof. Solomon Schechter. arr does"to Hollywood.' \ Th ,', s ', s surprising when one rer* u.t..i n >. i;- „• .u„ • calls that Pruf. Schechter, if I am r Goldsteins list of the not mistaken took a special in ,test Jews-, he last half, teres jn Israe Go ds £ in wncn w %££,. w^?' the latter was a young student u !" "^ ?? nEub VZ* at the Jewish Theological SemiBen Gunon, Biahk and j nary g^,^,,, of c e ourse was lum not the popular kind of figure a solid sort of list and | that Dr wise was, but as a He on it is a person of Jewish scholar, as a personality. yet I suppose such a list as an influence on the intellectual d by. say, a poet like i side of Jewish religious life. I 1 Spender, or a writer like | do not believe he had his match in America. Perhaps Dr. Goldstein did not include Schechter because, after all, Schechter died shortly after the first World War. Yet Zangwill also passed away in the early part of the century. As for Zangwill. while his eminence cannot be questioned, it is possible that some would have substituted Franz Kafka, who died a fairly young man. only a few years ago. A veritable cult has already arisen 'about Kafka, hlcrites in the days before It is not confined to Jews. His cht might be different. |;ibly all of us would agree of the men listed by Dr. sin but some of us might to swap one or two for |pcct that an Emil Ludwig,, stance, might think that Hathenau in Germany is is as worthy of being on |a list as Leon Blum, uu was the top political lin pie-Hitler Germany. He |e first man murdered by fame seems to wax with each succeeding year. Zangwill, of course, was the more popular writer, a sparkling man of wit, a coiner of epigrams, but Kafka was the deeper prober, a searcher of the human soul. Max Brod once wrote of Kafka that had he not been such a diffident person, he would have been a world leader. Considering the growing number of writings about him, it may be that he will still be that. If I were composing such a list, I think I would include Prof. Franz Oppenheimer, the German Jewish economist who died in California a few years ago. And I don't believe I am the only one who would put Oppenheimer on such a list. I recall a banquet for Oppenheimer on his arrival in America when Einstein remarked that Oppenheimer was one thinker, some of whose writings were too deep even for him. Of course, Einstein was indulging in a little merriment but Einstein had the highest regard for him and there are those who think that some day economists may j rediscover Oppenheimer. He was | the one economist, it seems to me. who reallv showed how the system of free, enterprise might 1 be maintained. It was Oppen| heimer's thesis that when people j attack the system of free enteri prise, their mistakes lies in i confusing the monopoly in the system with free enterprise. It • was Oppenheimer's contention that it was possible and, by fairly : simple methods, to eliminate 1 monopoly from our system and thus make free enterprise a fully j beneficent system. There is no woman on Dr. Goldstein's list, but some might think perhaps that the late Qer, trudo Stein is entitled to a place. | To be sure. I know we all were want to make merry with "A rose | is a rose is a rose." Some of her writings, like some modern painting, seem like gibberish to most of us. But, after all, Ernest Hemingway and Sherwood Anderson have both testified to the important influence which Miss i Stein had on their writings, and if, as is commonly said today, i most of the contemprorary writers imitate Hemingway, then | Gertrude Stein must get some of the credit. Perhaps if you were to ask a psycholgist to make up such a list, he might include besides Freud, whom Dr. Goldstein has mentioned, also Wertheim, one of the best known exponents of the Gestalt School of Psychology. If you asked a musician to make such a list, he might place on^it the name of Arnold Schonberg, generally regarded as the greatest of the ultra-modern composers. And what about half-Jews like Picasso, the painter, and Neils Bohr, the scientist? Actually I doubt whether any generation is competent to pass on its own great men in any final sense. I remember when Herbert Spencer was thought to be the last thing in profundity. Today Spencer is read by no one. A long time ago, when Henry Clay was in Congress, another Congressman in the midst of a long, wearying speech, pointed his finger at Clay and said, "Sir, you speak for the fleeting moment but I speak for posterity." Clay interjected: "Yes, and you seem determined to speak until your audience arrives." 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PAGE TEN • ^ietHt-rMtor FRIDAY, FEBRIUn* Ten Organizations Granted Authority To Conduct Campaigns For Israel In 1950 NEW YORK—Ten organizations have been granted auth to conduct campaigns in behalf of Israel during 1950. it w nounced by the Committee on Control and Authorization ol t im paigns of the Jewish Agency, with headquarters in Jerusalen W The r co'mmittee. headed in this country by Dr. Nahum G Idmi in chairman of the American Section of the Jewish Agency. 6 fi 66th St.. was set up at the request of the government of israi assure priority of the United Jewish Appeal as the majoi S I of funds for the absorption and colonization program in Israi to reduce duplication in the fund-raising field. Its work has reci %  the endorsement of the Council of Jewish Federations and Weltare Funds, representing the overwhelming majority of Jewish c munities in this country. The committee authorized the following: Hadassah. the Women's Zionist Organization of America, inc. (including Junior Hadassah) National Committee for Labor Israel (Histadruth Campaign) Jewish National Fund (traditional collections only* Pioneer Women, the Women's Labor Zionis: Org nizati n I America. Inc. Mizrachi Women's Organization of America (including Junior Mizrachi Women) American Fund for Israel Institutions American Red Mogen Dovid for Israel. Inc. (membership campaign only) Federated Council of Palestine Institutions Material for Israel. Inc. (materials only) Women's League for Israel. Inc. (New York area only A spokesman for the Jewish Obituaries HENRY TOBIAS SCHIFr %  ESTHER APTE Prank; %  Agency explained that authorization was granted in each case after submission of formal application together with necessary financial data. He emphasized that the authorizations do not imply endorsement, and that all organizations whose applications were approved have agreed to run their campaigns so as to assure priority to the United Jewish Appeal drive. The spokesman added that many small traditional Israel institutions, which have been supported in the past by U. S. philanthropy, are today receiving allocations from the American Fund for Israel Institutions or from the Federated Council of Palestine Institutions. There are certain other institutions which have traditionally raised small sums in the U. S. A.. particularly in the New York area and which are doing constructive work, the spokesman said. The pleted. the united fund will be added to the authorized list the same terms as the other authorized organizations. Should negotiations fail, the three institutions will be granted auth ization separately under similar conditions. Bropse .loins College Mali Prof. Edward Yarde Breese. formerly of the .acuities of the George Tech and the University of Georgia, has joined the newlyexpanded department of management and personnel at CharronWilliams Commercial College. Educated at Princeton and Harvard, Prof. Breese brings practical experience gained in over twelve years as executive and management counsel in the New York area. He is a veteran of three years service with the Agency representative urged that AAF in the last war. Since 1946 he persons asked to contribute to any has been a member of the faculty PALUNE REISVAN i-ay i • : ."'; 'i "% %  ... •• l..tnd %  %  %  -. • MRS ANNIE SVOKLER \ %  • %  ., • %  • ttlanl laughter* %  %  %  and i : -• %  • •> %  • %  %  %  • %  • H mi ROSE MANDELL IS .'. • • %  Lift Sew Surviving I • % %  • Xoi m ii R ths : d ol Mn l I %  / New Yori three %  Zeiller, Mis ,. : N. York, %  • %  %  :" N. w i... %  i%  %  Henr) I:. i.. --. N an ill of New I of New Bedford, M isa i •„ .; %  ,: flrei Services wei % %  held ai Uortfoi r eral Home on I I,;. with Rat) '•' ii • o %  Ira lei nffii iat ng Interment took place in Mt N o i mi tery. organization not named in the list of ten "authorized campaigns" consult first with the Committee on Control and Authorization of Campaigns. The spokesman added that negotiations are now under way for the establishment of a united fund in behalf of the Weizmann Institute of Science, the Hebrew University and the Haifa Technion. It was explained that, if negotiations are successfully eomMIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Wholesale and Retail Grade A Pulverized and Processed Muck and Marl Any Mixture Bitter Blue Sod Soil and Fill of Any Kind Phone 4-0335 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace EDDIE ALPER of the Georgia Institute of Technology at Atlanta and adjunct professor of economics at the University of Georgia. A firm believer in the value of practical management. Professor Breese stated, "When the dollars and cents value of adult training in modern scientific techniques of management and production are considered, training in these fields becomes s 'must' for everv business man and employee." Courses in primary and advanced personnel and management are now forming at the college. MRS MIRIAM LAZARUS FRANKLIN siding al -1 i .W, 7th .St., i tway .it her home on Monday following an Illness She Ii survived by her husband, l.t Benjamin FYanklln, l" S Ai mj a da ighter Vickj. her parents Mr md Mrs Manuel S Laxarus %  •! Miara and ,i brother, Ted. Servl .-.w ei %  held Wi li e* I i .it thr •:•':don Funei H ime with R ibbl Max .-•! %  .it>ii official ng Interment took place %  Mi Nebu Cemetery. MRS. ROSE DEUTCH 52, of 2J4! N, Bay Road, passed away Ian week Surviving Mn I'euti-h. who oame her* from New York City more than ten yean ago, are her husband I four sons, oiibi n D inald, Arthur and Stewart; and a da ighter Mrs Muriel Hoffman Servli were held at R .. %  side Memorial Chapel with Interment in Ml Stnal i mi Ellis Roy Mass Unveiling The dedication of a monument ; to the memory of the late Ellis Roy Mass who passed away at %  the age of eleven, formerly of 2o44 S.W. 19th Terr., will 'take place Sunday at 2 p.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. He w survived by his parents. Mr, and Mrs. Ed Mass. and a brother I Myron. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to be present. 2 FAMOUS NAMES FEATURED BY WOLPERT'S MtGES. •j CO Living Room Furniture and GENERAL % ELECTRIC Appliances Jews Will Not Forsake Faith. lAlir Head Says MILWAUKEE. (JTA) — Jews will not forsake their ancient faith. Dr. Maurice N. Eisendrath, president of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, declared in reply to the invitation ; Pope Pius XII to all Protestants and Jews to join the Catholic Church. "The Protestants can indeeJ -peak for themselves," he stated, "but for us Jews, we will require greater justification for the demand that we forsake the faith of our fathers, tried and tested through the centuries and not found wanting." Addressing congregational leaders and representatives of Reform temples and synagogues in Michigan. Illinois. Minnesota and Wise nsin, meeting at the first annual convention of the Great Lakes Council of the UAHC Dr. Eisendrath called instead for "greater Judaism — greater Jewish community and congregational life, and strengthening of the national institutions of Judaism." He added: "We will not join with a church which has stood virtually silent in the face of the most blasphemous denial of religion in our generation. We Jews will not soon forget the official concordat be: ween Rome and the Nazi regime, between the official spokesman of Catholicism and the m ist brutal, bestial mass murder:. hist ii y ." Frat Initiate Installs Uagfl Omega Eta chapt er Jf" 1 Lambda P hi J^-j University 0 f Miami V nine new members at an i tion held at the home oTsTi Pallot. 5070 N Alt jS January 25. New ^^M the Miami area include M Blank. Stuart Ginsberg and'^l K. Jacobs. Others are J^J Kane Robert Koeppel M Oxfeld and Marvin Wem?! Officers were installed%| include rex. S. Ronald pS arcnon, Norman R •„• rj keeper of the exchw^f Goldenberg; scribe. V J and marshal R„bert Pelt, %  a h b if LOUIS SHANKMAN of :.'i S.W. :ith Ave., passed isl week following a brief Mi SI mkman came to Miami years go from Brooklyn. He survived bj his wife, Ida: three M tin ;>>i %  ] Samuel; and gi indchildren Services were held ii. Gordon l';n.-r.il Home with interment in Mt. Nebo Cemetery. MRS. 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fewii^ltUEIIiOJPidliigun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY IE 23—NUMBER 6 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1950 PRICE: TEN CENTS il Week Underway, Women Pledge 15; Appeal Kick-Off Set For March 5 men are conducting an te campaign to raise funds Combined Jewish Appeal reek, which has been Itcd as "Hotel Week." Iveek was launched with a fct supper Saturday night Lord Tarleton Hotel. Heatter. noted news comand Dr. Zev Cohen, citizen, were principal ps. Aaron Courshon was kster. rise entertainment was td by Jennie Goldstein, the Yiddish stage, and Miles, comedian. Others ^rticipated in the program /alter Jacobs, Mrs. Jennie |ger, William D. Singer, it of the Greater Miami Federation; Dan B. chairman of the 1950 led Jewish Appeal; and Harold Turk of Miami VS DIVISION /omen's Division held its minimum achievement Tuesday at the Saxony with Mrs. Carl Weinkle, an of the division, presid3-chairmen of the affair Irs. Herbert E. Scher and Bseph Fenias. ^ohen, who spoke to the of the women's group met to formulate plans for a Washington birthday affair at the Saxony Hotel. QUOTAS it Between You and Me By BORIS SMOLAR (Copyright, 1948, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) Quotas units of established foi WASHINGTON NOTES: You can take it for granted that there is no truth in rumors that or Eliahu Elath They are hotel unit,' $300 000 : s to be transferred from his post trades. S933.800: winter residents! $292,000: women's unit. $118,000metropolitan. $75,000; young the appeal ae. to an announcement by Ruskin.' Arnba ssad adults. $3,000: youth, $2,000 OTHER MEETINGS Dr. Cohen will speak at Temple Beth Shalom Friday night. He will also address members of the Jewish War Veterans on Tuesday, February 14. at 8:30 p.m. at the Miami Beach Y. On Wednesday. February 15, at 8:15 p.m. West Miami and Flagler Granada members of the metropolitan unit will hold an orientain Washington The Israel government is not now planning any changes in its Washington Embassy The rumor that Ambassador Elath is being transferred to India is particularly absurd since India has not even recognized Israel as yet There can. therefore, be no question of diplomatic relations between Israel and India Ambassador Elath's great headache at present is the attitude of the State Department toward Britain's shipment of arms to the Arab tion meeting at the home of Morc ? u ? l !i ie ^ %  %  The ag !; ee,nent conton Beigel. I clude d last week between the District leaders of the Coral United States and Britain makes Gables, South Miami and Homef vailab c le to Britain huge quantistead divisions of the metropoliM es f American arms worth tan unit will meet with Rabbi" Morris A. Skop at the Coral Gables Jewish Center on Thursday, February 16, at 8 p.m. Snow In Israel %  iTl^J^*^ Ag T e^y^£.s (J L A rLed-thr e o W u i g S S the night in freezing tempera' be able to ship part of its surplus women in Israel, urged make the brunch "truly ievement by contributing as possible." appeal resulted in $15,485 Iges, or about 37.5% infover last year. Vednesday morning leaders hundreds of millions of dollars ... While this agreement specifically prohibits trans-shipment of actual weapons sent fro mthe United States, it does not ban the export by Britain of its own arms made surplus by the arrival of the American equipment Thus, Britain, through technicalities will tures examining conditions in immigrant reception cajnps in Israel, following the worst snowfall that has ever hit this country. A heavy snow fell in the entire Tel Aviv area for the first time since 1870. Urges Senate To Okay Genocide lution, Warns Of "Cultural Pogroms American Federation of [last week at an executive meeting here, appealed Senate to ratify the United I Convention against fde and charged that the Union and East European were practicing "cultural B8" against their Jewish ^tions. The AFL also called ttmpt international action to [genocide and the developin the USSR. The statesued by the AFL executive said: bind the Iron Curtain—and ilarly in Soviet Russia— Imental authorities have Iped a fiendish plan based lltural ground and have ted a terrific campaign to put entire groups of their It ion. new drive to make imlle the continued existence jvs in Russia and in its %e areas is going on under g of a savage war against led cosmopolitanism. Mr crime is that they have, {ht develop, a culture diffrom the ultra-nationalist Iperialistic brand supported ruling party, by the nanism dictatorship in vicious campaign is afoot to [out ail Jews from employin occupations entailing ft with the mass o{ people I USSR or with the people of [countries. citizens of Jewish origin >s Can Not Accept fosal. Official Says fEVA, Feb. 6. (JTA)—Dr. led Fadhil Jamali of Iraq le United Nations Trusteefouncil today that the Arab I could not accept the "dynaIproposal of Roger Garreau, [il president, to divide Jeruinto three zones. H would ager peace for a long time," Dr. Jamali spoke at the g Council debate on the ing paper" for an inter" regime for Jerusalem M. Garreau proposed a ago. have been eliminated from the Soviet occupation administrations in Austria and Germany. Jews are no longer permitted -to be members of Soviet delegations and foreign missions or to undergo training for diplomatic service. "The door to employment is the Soviet Ministry of Foreign Trade has been slammed hard in the face of Russia's Jews—on cultural grounds. The same process of elimination of Jews continues ruthlessly in the ranks of the ruling Communist party and its government apparatus. "We must keep in mind that in countries where one party has a structive projects" that are conmonopoly of all political power ducted under their own auspices arms to the Arab countries And it seems that the State Department is not inclined to pay any attention to the protests voiced in this country by members of Congress and Zionist leaders against Secretary Acheson's approval of Britain's shipping of arms to the Arabs ... On the contrary, these protests have evoked some uncomplimentary remarks from some officials in Washington • • INSIDE DOINGS: I am being asked what agreements exist between the Jewish Agency with those organizations in the United States which have not been authorized to conduct separate fund-raising drives I'or the time being there are only two such organizations These are: Agudas Israel and the Zionist Organization of America The agreement with the Agudas Israel provides that the Agudah and its labor group, Poalei Agudas Israel, each receive a special grant from the Agency in 1950, for "conIsr.-H-I Plane Crashes At l,vdda • TEL AVIV, (JTA)—A Parisbound Israel passenger plane crashed at the Lydda airport, near here, Monday night during a takeoff in a blinding snow storm. Only two of the 46 passengers were injured slightly, but it is feared that the plane is a total loss and that there was about $250,000 in damages. The plane, a Douglas DC-4, owned by the El Al airline, a I government subsidized corporad! w sh A g ency ? bu d et ; ? n SHtton, began its normal tak e off run. but trouble developed before agreement the Jewish Agency will give $1,100,000 this year to the General Zionist Constructive Fund for special projects in Israel, including those proposed by the ZOA ... In addition, two colonies arc to be established from the basis of plans developed by the ZOA ... In return, the ZOA is to desist from any public drive for any purpose in Israel, including drives for clothing, food or medicine And only ZOA members can be asked to contribute to the ZOA. House which is now being built in Israel Four women's organizations are among the groups which have been denied Jewish Agency authorization to conduct separate campaigns for Israel Landsmanschaften are similarly not authorized to conduct separate drives for Israel projects ... In New York, they are to integrate their efforts with the United Jewish Appeal of Greater New York or. .he basis of special projects for which they will receive credit in Israel. Sanhedrin Proposal Fails To Get Support JERUSALEM, Feb. 6. (JTA) — A proposal for the reestablishment of the Sanhedrin, advanced by Israel's Minister for Religion, Rabbi Judah L. Maimon, failed to receive sufficient support today at a stormy meeting of the Organizational Committee erf the nationwide rabbinical conference which is taking place here. The committee decided that the conference should not enter into any debates on Rabbi Maimon's proposal but should merely take note of it. it was airborne and the pilot attempted to brake the ship. However, due to the snow and ice. the four-engine plane skidded off the runway and caught fire. The steward and stewardesses conducted the passengers to safety in an orderly manner, according to a statement issued by the company. Among the passengers were Aubrey Eban and a delegation bound for Rome to discuss a communications agreement and an air-sea transportation pact. The plane was named the Theodor Herzl. in honor of the founder of modern Zionism, whose remains it carried from Vienna to Tel Aviv last year. Silver Shirter To Be Paroled WASHINGTON, Feb. 6 (JTA) —The U.S. Parole Board decided today to free William Dudley Pelley, founder of the Silver Shirts of America and a leading anti-Semitic rabblerouser. He will be paroled from the U. S. Penitentiary at Terre Haute, Ind., on February 14. Pelley's release follows an intense propaganda campaign waged in his behalf by many hate organizations. A. U.. S. court convicted him on 11 counts of criminal wartime sedition in 1942. His sentence was for 15 years' imprisonment. and where the government dictatorship is the sole employer, such 'cultural' pogroms against intellectuals and their followers mean virtually the sentencing of these j individual human beings to death —by enforcing conditions which make life impossible, by ostracizing them and depriving them of all means of livelihood." in Israel ... In return, the Audah and all its affiliates have agreed to give up their separate campaigns for Israel in this country and to mobilize all their forces for the United Jewish Appeal The agreement with the Zionist Organization of America is linked up with the World Confederation of General Zionists Under this Miami Jewish Community Center To Hear Full Report On Leisure Time Survey A *..l! „_ i vi... W First Meeting Of Central Recreation Organization Scheduled For Feb. 16 A full report on the community survey, recently completed by the Community Planning Committee, will be given at the Miami Jewish Community Center at a general meeting of the membership Monday, February 13, at 8 p.m.. according to Max R. Silver, president. Leon Kaplan, past president of the organization, will act as chairman of the meeting. The report will be discussed by the following speakers: Carl Weinkle, chairman of the leisure time survey committee; Mrs. Milton Sirkin, member of the board of the Miami Beach YM & WHA: S. A. Goodman: Mrs. Benjamin Miller, of the North Dade Jewish Community Center: Morton Beigel, president of the West Miami Jewish Community Center; Gus Jacobson, executive director of the Miami Beach YM & WHA; and Maurice Grossman executive director of the Miami Jewish Community Center and The first meeting of the new Central Recreational Organization will be held Thursday. February 16. at 8 p.m. at Federation. This organization is thtoutcome of the study conducted by the recerational usrvey committee of the Federation, under the chairmanship of Carl Weinkle. The study concluded with the recommendation that in order to meet the needs of the growing community "it is essential to centralize" the recerational proTpm and to plan on an over-all basis." sicording to Stanley C. Myers, chairman of the Federation's community planning committee, under whose auspices the recreational survey committee was set up, all organizations engaged in leisure time activities participated in the study. Most of the organizations involved in the study have already approved the recommendation calling for the creation of a 'Central Recreational Organization" and have named representatives to the organization. Among the organizations included in the new set-up are: Miami Jewish Community Center, Beach Y, Zionist Youth Commission, B'nai B'rith Youth Organization, Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. Congregation Beth El, Flag"!er-Granada Jewish Center, West Miami Jewish Center, Miami Springs-Hialeah Jewish Center, North Dade Jewish Center, North Shore Jewish Center and the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Several other synagogues and suburban centers are in the process of acting on the report. Next Thursday's meeting will concern itself with the set-up of the constitution, election of officers and engaging the personnel for the new Central Recreational Organization. Mrs. M. Sirkin Carl Weinkle Rabbi Murray Grauer. "The survey is of interest to every family in Miami, as the recreational structure for the next 15 or 20 years will be determined by the master plan it contains," Silver said. "The survey was the result of the many requests for asssitance in planning leisure time activities. These requests came from the new suburban areas, the synagogues, the Beach Y, the Miami Jewish Community Center, as well as national youth organizations. Kaplan, who was intimately connected with the survey in all its phases, will summarize the proceedings."



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raPAY.FE BRUABvj PAGE TWENTY Beach Women To Hold Luncheon, Fashion Show The Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai B'nth Women's annual donor luncheon and fashion showis slated for February 21 at Copa C tv Margaret Newman fashions will be modeled by the Mesdarr.es Beverly Becker. Maurice Weltman. Norman Riggelhaupt. Sam Goldstein and Milton Weinkle. Pr .feds from the event, the chief fund-raising affair of the TOUP will help to build the new B'nai B'nth home foi lusted child n n the citj Yehnel Israel n the ul of J Re-, rvati ns may be ma I • ting Mrs Max A S %  M:> s J. Gol lir hi Gui it I :ets will bi those sellii four 1 I %  • '• %  th the i %  % %  Orriti %  I is the deadline i :. H K "•' lent of : chapter Pvthian Women Seal Leaders • Sis! :-' ficer? % %  ...-.: %  • Distric K • fl Seal • st s. ex % %  n ire: ;' •. :: %  v.' R .• • R nner e Doris Holla: %  E • firs: • %  Mil • Ann B i nthal ..%  .. %  '.'. • Mil iind nter'.' respondent: mtallini \n\ -i Vr. Cla SS e S View ^ob,.n K*^ the aims and techniques of nonobjective painting. Other groups which have visited the exhibit came from the art department of the University of Miami and the Terry Institute. jacobson's work will go on view later this month in Miami. Music Lovers To L "Music and the Dan^ the theme of the meet Miami Beach Y MuJ Group on Tuesday. F eb at 8:15 p.m. JoeMooney, Cnasan is director. To Aid Appeal A portion of J .'• Hou rd vi 51 '. WTTT M • Frid rid on Sis at 10 to 11:! ':. .. J A: : N : man R L; ns. local ati will inti ... leaders in behalf if the ::.'.'lles> beamy of your tires. NEVER BEFORE the new Triple-Traction Triad to tneep, bite and hold where tirei have never held before. NEVER BEFOR: Thru full levels •/ Sew Tire I ;'i iinJ Sir, t\ in ever) lire. NEVER BEFORE Complete Ttai RenewaMUy to tbe I.IM mile, with 6"' mure safe miles. NEVER BEFORE Tim thai remain /• % %  >// and \ew nbci iher tires art giving up their live*. Hi Tbe New Mid-Century V. S. Royal M-WJM entirely new super-tire,—md< cvnclly toJ|J tnands of tbe newer motor can, in com*1 with highest ranking automotm enginn. OH AMY CAt, 010 0* MPM-AC1 TOM" Thev fit exactly, lower and lent*" u fp *% of your cor,— add flashing style "* JTM with supreme safely and mileage. Ul m %  TierUuting Hhitetcalls: all with the ^"'"^M Curb Guard, and the genuine and rt|MW %  Ride protection from road tbd I** &** Its the Tin That Changes Even** I Tte O.fy Jfc Tire w the rVM J Act Now— Take advantage ol our iniro** program. UNITED STATES RUBBER COMPANY Act nowand att FULL PRESENT VALUE FOR YOUR OLD TUB 1 NORTON TIRE CO. Inc. 500 W. Flagler St., Miami—Phone 3-4639 LOU'S E. PALLOT, President LOU'S E. PALLOT. President NORTON PALLOT TIRE CC UC/I Uli... ni ... 1454 Alton Rd.. Miami Beach-Phone 5-5115 BUY QUALITY ON EASY BUDGET TERMS Vi .00 As PER WEEK BfHjBSS&f =ijjf*s-*s""ja i-vgf H B Gigantic Trade-in Sale ON WORLD FAMOUS U. S. ROYAL TIRES



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)AY. FEBRUARY 10. 1950 Til Say... iere are Jewish groups whose ideologies are mprehensible to other fractions of American ry. For instance, the Workmen's Circle (Arbeiter {) is committed to what seems a curious philosoIt stresses Jewish nationalism in opposition to lism. It cultivates Yiddish to the exclusion of tew. It is interestered in Jewish life and history ignores the Synagogue together with the Talmud In. lis theory of Jewish life was difficult to reconcile good faith or clear thinking until I met an resting personality now residing in Miami Beach. llled on John Mill, a former leader in the alution against Russian Czardom, an organizer ;he Jewish Socialists into a disciplined party bd the Bund, father of the aforesaid Arbeiter g (Workmen's Circle). Mr. Mill was able to clear fhe incongruity that puzzled me with regard to .ideology of the American descendants of the fcian Bundists. For one cannot readily brush aside •convictions of intelligent people who stubbornly 1 to ideals that seem absurd and self-contradictory. jt appears obscure becomes clear when one erstands how an idea originates. Mr. Mill's is of historic backgrounds helps to clear up [mystery. tian Revolutionists a the comparatively liberal reign of Alexander Jewish intelligentia emerged in Russia. This p attended schools and universities and deIped separate and apart from the traditional lionists who controlled Russian Jewry, and from Maskilim who attempted to modernize the lievalism comprising the husk and core of lodoxy. They grew up in a secular atmosphere, %  rant of Yiddish, indifferent to religion, and filled a missionizing fervor to free Russia from the jption and stupidity of the Czar's tyranny. • Jen 1st ncridHon PAGE THREE Strange Cults In American Jewry By HARRY SIMONHOFF In the 80's, this group began to infiltrate into the railroads, and the heavy industries, such as they were, with the object of enlightening the proletarian workers. The government became aware of their underground activities and sent them all back to the Pale, the vast overcrowded Ghetto in Western Russia. Those conspirators for liberty and progress had discounted the Jewish workers as unfit material for revolutionary activity. They despised Yiddish and hated Orthodox Rabbinism, which held the masses in its fanatical grip. Now they made the astounding, discovery that the Jewish worker was far better revolution material than the primitfve, illiterate exserfs. Jewish labor in spite of appalling poverty and denied opportunities was intelligent and literate. The Revolutionary clique began its propaganda and soon had a well organized, self sacrificing group of workers, who resented keenly the brutual tyranny of the Czar, the bigotry of the priests, and a privileged nobility of frivolous wastrels. The Bund The revolutionary Doctrinaires soon aroused opposing forces within the Jewish fold. The religious leadership ascribed the pogroms and the restrictive May Laws of the Reactionary Alexander III to the activity of these "Nihilists." At the same time, the Choveve Zionists, despairing of ever improving their wretched lot in Russia, dreamed of a state in Palestine. The Socialist Revolutionists in turn decided to close ranks and form the zealous, well knit Bund. Bundist Philosophy It was but natural for the Bund to develop a philosophy designed to perpetuate and spread its influence, and at the same time saw off the horns of the opposition. The Socialists saw in Orthodoxy, Christian or Jewish, the protector of private property, the enemy of progress, the stronghold of bigotry, the preserver of the status quo. These forces of reaction and exploitation, they declared, must be destroyed. They became arch enemies of hoary Judaism, the aged mother who nursed the wounds, maintained the hope, comforted the despised and persecuted masses for long generations. While the Cossacks were murdering Jews in streets afrd villages, the Bund was virtually carrying on a spiritual pogrom against Judaism. They reviled its holiest institutions; their weapons ranged from ridicule to the staging of Yom Kippur balls opposite Synagogues. Yiddish, the lowly jargon of the masses, was elevated above Hebrew, the language that perpetuated the religious fanaticism of the clerical Talmudists. Zionism was declared an enemy since it weaned away the proletariat from participating in the struggle for the liberation of all people, including the Jews, from political or capitalistic tyranny. Its Consequences The aims and principles of the Bund still prevail in the Workmen's Circle, despite two World Wars, the Russian Communist state. Nazi exterminations, and the birth of Israel. The Bund may deserve credit for organizing the Jewish masses at a critical period in Jewish and Russian history, for their manly resistence to Cossacks, hooligans, Black Hundreds, for bringing hope and courage to the despairing workers facing destruction. But history will never overlook their blindness in opposing all Zionist effort to create a Jewish State. In forbidding immigration to Palestine when opportunity permitted, the Bund became the unconscious ally of Hitler in exterminating the Jewish masses in the murder factories of the Treblinkas and Osweciems in Poland. It is significant that during the" critical years of, 1946 and 1947, the Workmen's Circle of Greater Miami ignored our pleas to join the marches, the picketing, the giant demonstration against British obstructions to the formation of Medinas Israel. moiisi. Violinist To Entertain At Hi MioIoin Sisterhood Luncheon il Cohen, Jewish humorist, temple office. Mrs. Leon J. Ell Ellen Beda, concert violinist, is co-chairman of the function. Mrs. Norman Babel is in charge of tickets. Mrs. Alexander Robbins is sisterhood president. oe featured entertainers at %  annual luncheon of the Sister>f Temple Beth Sholom on hesday, February 15, at 12 in the Saxony Hotel, ac|ing to an announcement by Alexander Kogan, luncheon Irman. ohen served for several years he United States Army where (icted as acting chaplain, ofing at services and entering the Jewish soldiers with (Yiddish stories. He has since kled throughout the country, Irtaining various groups with special kind of humor. Miss la. who came to Miami ten s ago, is European trained played in hospitals with a from radio station WQAM png the war. jther feature of the program be the crowning of sister. queen, the member who sold most advertisements for the |ual ad journal to be distrib18 a souvenir. Certificates of jr will be awarded to runnersfhe birthday of Rabbi Leon lish, spiritual leader of lple Beth Sholom, will be ognized at the luncheon. :kets are available at the |lebrate Anniversary Ir. and Mrs. Max Storch were to a group of friends Tuesnight in honor of their lfth wedding anniversary. Monticello Park To Dedicate Center The formal dedication of the Jewish Community Center of Monticello *ark, 163rd St. and 11th Ave., North Miami Beach, will be held Sunday, February 12, at 2 p.m. "After eight years the Congregation of Monticello Park has a true house of worship," said the Rev. Jacob D. Katz of the center. "Until the present time we have held services in a shack and we are indeed fortunate, with the few members that we have. to be able to fulfill a dream by erecting a building worthy of any large city." Mrs. Fink Named To Beach Housing Post Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink, civic leader and prominent Zionist worker, was this week named executive director of the Miami Beach Housing Authority. Her appointment was announced by Walter Kovner, newly-elected chairman of the authority, on Tuesday at a meeting of the housing authority directors. Mrs. Fink assu/nes a post made vacant by the death of Max Goodman, a housing authority founder. "I only hope," Mrs. Fink said, "that I can bring something of Max Goodman's idealism and devotion into this cause." The new director, who resides at 1114 Alton Road with her mother, has a son, Richard Krieger Fink, a student at Harvard Law School. 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Miami Beach, Fla. \ow \i'v'piiinj tleserrations ior the Sidarint and the Entire Passocer Holidau TELEPHONE 5-5785 KOSHER L'MHADRIN The Daughters of Israel are tendering an Annual Banquet February 26, 1950— 8:00 P.M. at the Helene Hotel. 1030 15th Street in honor of Mr. & Mrs. Samuel M. Vrundweru of the Tides Hotel We request all Sabbath Observers who believe in Tharath rlmispacha to come to this banquet and participate in this worthy cause. We ask all friends of Mr. & Mrs. Grundwerg to honor them with their presence. For Reservations Call Mrs. Blanche Schechter—5-5785 Mrs. Grundwerg—5-3959 Mrs. Reinhard—3-1244 Membership of Daughters of Israel $5.00 — Members are entitled to purchase a $5.00 yearly ticket for the use of the situalorium facilities.



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[. FEBRUARY tO^ SSQ |e Program Td ire Movies Ithurhood Week program movies and discussions sponsored by Sholem Inai B'rith, on Tuesday, 14. at 8:15 p.m. at Beth pirns, "Boundary Lines" fe Picture In Your Mind," known for the first time outh Florida area. fev. Edward Ullrich of the b'a Memorial and Evanbid Reform Church will discussion on the signi|l the films and the purfBrotherhood Week. M Blume is program V. He will be assisted by [Aronovitz and John kid. LEGAL NOTICE •JmigMUrMm PAGE NINETEEN Congregation To Meet Temple Isaiah will hold its mid-year congregational meeting on Friday, February 10, at the Miami Beach Y immediately following Friday evening services, according to Siegfried Geismar, president. LEGAL NOTICES ICE BY PUBLICATION -IIUTIT COURT OF TUB h ii .IIIUCIAL CIRCUIT, |( US DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY, NO. FOI.LAK. Plaintiff, VS. Il'i il.l.AK. Defendant. |A I'il.l.AK Juan Stolzenberg Mil Street 111! '.-Ii rk City, New York US REQUIRED to serve a I,, IT answer to the Hill of Jon the Plaintiff's attorneys, |t> Iglnal answer in the the Clerk of the Circuit before the 10th day of in the above entitled [i: e otherwise a Decree will lif entered against day of •Vbruar> 1950, r U. I.E. VTHEKMAN, Cl" of the Circuit Court. ouri Seal) By U. C. FEIGE, Deputy Clerk. k '" %  :NET i. l: II. h lad Florida for I'lalnttfl :: 3 CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRESENTS SHALL COME GREET INCS: This is to certify that, whereas, Leo Sheiner. Miami Fla., Ada Sheiner. Miami, Fla., Sadye R. Moss, Miami, Fla., did on the nth day of November, AD. 1948, cause to be Incorporated under the provisions of Chapter 10096, Laws of Florida. Acts of 1925, LIBERTY FRUIT COMPANY, a corporation, with Its principal place of business it Miami. Dade County. In the State of. Florida, and whereas the stockholders of such corporation did on the 3rd day of February, A.D. 1950, Cause to be filed in the office of the Secretary of state of the .State of Florida, a Consent of all the stockholders under the provisions of said Chapter 10096, Laws of Florida, Acts of 1925. Showing the dissolution of such corporation, and the Secretary of State is satisfied that the requirements of law have been complied with. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and have affixed the Great Seal of the State of Florida, at Tallahassee the Capital, this the 3rd day of February. A.D. 1950. (SEAL) R. A. CRAY. Secretary of State. 2/10/50 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCtERY, No. 129712. BLMgnt E. HELDT, Plaintiff, vs. LOl'ISW HELDT, Defendant. TO: LOUISE HELDT. 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 the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney, E. Paul Beatty. whose address la 627 Seybold Building, Miami. Florida, and file 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 fall to do so, Judsment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Cnmnlsint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 2* day of January, A.D. 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Coort. Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By: WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clertc. E. PAUL BEATTY Attorney at Law 627 Seybold Building Miami 32. Florida 1/27 2/3-10-17 LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE |CIKi IIT COURT OF THE JDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND [Hi: COUNTY, FLORIDA.— INCKKY. No. 130094. [Ml-.AlinR, Plaintiff, vs. IE A DOR, Defendant. MKADoR, defendant i.n Hotel pd New Jersey IE IIKTUOimREQTJIRED to fapj of your Answer to the Hill of Complaint for DiIII.plaintiff's solicitors. Turk ban, whose address Is 12" id, Miami Beach, Florida, four original Answer in the the Clerk* of the. Circuit Hie Eleventh Judicial Circuit Dade County, Florida, be\0 day of March, 1980, or in, i>f. a Decree Pro Confesso kteretl against you. [February 7, mo. E. B. LEATHERMAN, I Cl. ik of the Circuit Court. fo'.irt Seal) By M. C. FRICF.. Deputy Clerk. lit. MANNHEIMER el CEFTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OP THE STATE OP FLORIDA TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRESENTS SHALL COME GREET INC.S; This is to certify that, whereas, Herbert Diamond. Miami. Fla., Leo Sheiner, Miami, Ma., Ada Sheiner, Miami. Fla.. did on the 1st clay of November. A.D. 194S, cause to be Incorporated under the "rovislons of Chapter 10O96. Laws of Florida, Acts of 1915, ORANGE OROVE FRUIT SHIPPERS, INC., a corporation, with its principal place of business at Miami, Dade County, In the State of Florida, and whereas the stockholders of such corporation did on, the 3rd day of February, A.D. 1950, Cause to be filed In the office of the Secretary of State of the State of Florida, a Consent of all the stockholders under the provisions of said Chapter 10096, Laws of Florida, Acts of 1925. Showing the dissolution of i such corporation, and the Secretary of State is, satisfied that the requirements of law have been complied with. IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereunto set my hand and have affixed the Great Seal of the State of Florida, at Tallahassee, the Capital, this the 3rd day of February, A.D. I960. (SEAL) R. A. GRAY. Secretary' of State. 2/10/50 ICE BY PUBLICATION |CIRCUIT COURT OF THE NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT fl> FOR DADE COUNTY, TA. — IN CHANCERY. No. (K H. I.ERCH, Plaintiff, vs. W. I.ERCH, Defendant. HD \V. LERCH, liters Command, plates Air Force, era and Headquarters Iron -V Force Base, rton, D. C. plK NOTIFIED a Bill of for divorce has been filed mi in the above cause and %  -quired to serve a copy of wvi on the plaintiff's ati'l file the original in the the Clerk of the Circuit or before March 8, 1950; the allegations of said Bill lit will be taken as con1 you. |y 6, l:>..(.>. E. B, LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. "irt Seal) By O. C. LEWIS. JR., Deputy Clerk. [ABBOTT, Esq., pi ltd., Miami Beach, Fla. 8/3 ICE BY PUBLICATION [ciltcriT COURT OF THE RTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, Eon DADE COUNTY, IA. — IN CHANCERY, No. -1". HAAR, Plaintiff, vs.. |R HAAR, Defendant. Illl'lt HAAR |r I'lace. Pity. New York E HEREBY NOTIFIED that Divorce has been filed in the above entitled vou are hereby required In copy of your Answer to f Complaint on the Plaintiffs land file the original In the 1 'he Clerk of the Circuit [or before March 9th, A.D, •'! Miami, Florida, this 6 [Chilian, A.D. 1950. [ B. Ii LBATHORMANi |oi the Cirouit Court of the Jlh Judicial Circuit, in and Y>< County, Florida, lom-t Seal) Uy WM. W. STOCKING. ,.,, ,, Deputy Clerk. Ml.VHIt TATIIAM Ifor Plaintiff ngrcBs Building NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FIX)R1DA. — IN PROBATE, No. 23622. In Re: ESTATE OF PAUL WEITZMAN, 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 PAUL WEITZMAN, deceased, late of Miami Beach, Dade County, Florida, to the Hon W. F. BLANTON, County Judge of Dade County, and file the same in hia office In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Dated January 30, A.D. 1950. GERTRUDE WEITZMAN. As Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of PAUL WEITZMAN, Deceased. ANNA BRENNER MEYERS Attorney for Estate of Paul Weltzinan 2/10-17-24 3/3 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIROUIT SOIIRT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 129863. NICK HEMSON. Plaintiff, vs. ELSIE HBMSON, Defendant. Elsie HemBon, 1934 Harrison Avenue, Bronx. New York. (Residence) (Mailing Address) Elsie Hemson, 38 Gunhlll Road West, Care Zimmerman, Bronx, New York. You are required to serve a copy of your answer to the Bill of Com, plaint for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney, and to file the original answer In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Clourt on or before the "th day of March, A.D. 1950: otherwise, the BUI of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore filed herein, will be taken as confessed by you. Dated at Miami, Florida, this the 30 day of January, 1950. _,,.-, E I! LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. (CircuitCourt Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk MILTON A. FRIEDMAN, Plaintiff's Solicitor .s, hold liuildlng, Miami, Florida. I .-It)-17-24 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTT, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No. 23530. In Re: ESTATE OF EDITH W1LLETT SURKEIN, also known as EDITH WILLETT, IDA WILLETT, and 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 I either of you. may have against the estate of EDITH WILLETT SURI KEIN, deceased, late of New York I County, N. Y. and Dade County, FlorIda, to the Hon. W. F. BLANTON. \ County Judge of Dade County, and file the same In his office In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida. within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Date Januarv 13th, A.D. 1950. THEODORE J. SAKOWITZ. As Ancillary Administrator of the Estate of EDITH WILLETT SURKEIN. Deceased. 1/20-27 2/3-10 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA—No. 21795. RE: ESTATE OF JACOB WEINER, Deceased. NOTICE is hereby given that I 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 1 will apply to the Honorable W F. Blanton, County Judge of Dade Countv, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Executrix of the estate of Jacob Weiner, deceased. This 20 day of January, 19o0. BERTHA WEINER. WEIN'STEIN, WEINSTEIN & WEINSTEIN 430 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla. Attorneys for Estate of Jacob Weiner, deceased. 1/27 2/3-10-17 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY. No. 129629. SAM BEITSCH. Plaintiff, vs. MARY BEITSCH, Defendant. TO: MARY BEITSCH 815 Delmar St. Louis, Missouri You are hereby ordered and required to serve a copy of your Answer to the Bill of Complaint, 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 20th day of February, 1950. otherwise the allegations of said Bill will be taken as confessed by you. Dated at Miami, Florida, this 20th day of January, 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Clourt. (Circuit Court Seal) wm By G. C. LEWIS. JR.. Deputy Clerk. SAMUEL J. RAND, Attorney 617 Seybold Building Miami. Florida 1/27 2/3-10-17 NoflCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of THE BEST VACUUM CLEANER REPAIR at number 1727 S.W. Nth Street In the City of Miami, Florida. Intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florlila. EDMUND F. RYDZEW8K1 CHARLES W. FISHER ARONOVITZ & ARONOVITZ Attorneys 748 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Fla. 2/3-10-17-24 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICUAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA — IN CHANCERY. No. 129585. ALLISON W. ABERNATHY Plaintiff, vs. MILDRED ABERNATHY, Defendant. ,,— TO: MILDRED ABERNATHY 1414 Coker Avenue Charlotte, North Carolina Yoil 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 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 ISth day of '-"'-n^WO^^,,, Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida. (Cirouit Court Seal) .. By O. C. LEWIS. JR.. Deputy Clerk. NORMAN R. LYONS, ESQ. Attorney for Plaintiff 91+ Olympia Building Miami, Florida 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 Lu-Lu Products at 2904 8. W, Mb fStreet, Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. TOMMY COHEN BLACK, PEARLMAN and COOPER Attorneys for Applicant 235 IJncoln Road 2/3-10-17-24 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FI-ORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. 129584. •VNITA C WOODWARD, Plaintiff, vs. BERNARD WOODWARD, DefendTO" BERNARD WOODWARD c/o Mrs. John Woodward 4408 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 the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 20th day of February A.D. 1930: 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, tWO. ,, „ ,,„ E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By G. C. LEWIS, JR.. Deputy Clerk. NORMAN R. LYONS. ESQ. Attorney for Plaintiff 914 Olympia Building Miami, Slorida 1/20-27 2/3-10 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA, IN CHANCERY, No. 129497. MARJORIE ENGLB BARON. Plaintiff, vs. NICHOLAS BARON. Defendant. THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO: NICHOLAS BARON 1125 Seventh Avenue Rerwlck, 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 attorney 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 16 day of February, 1950; otherwise the allegations in said Hill of Complaint will be taken as confessed bv you. E B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. 'Circuit Co it Seal) 1 WM. \V. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. IOSEPH MA1.EK .. Helti r "lalntlff 116-118 Lii %  Building 19, Florida 20-27 %  -10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desirlntr to engage in business under the fictitious name of SAVE-MORE AUCTION SALES at 2702 N. W. 27th Avenue, Miami. Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of "the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ROBERT L. TEPPER B. BABE SHARGAA THEODORE J. SAKOWITZ Attorney for Applicants 1/20-27 2/3-10 NOTICE UNDER PICTITI0U8 NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of FATHER & SON HARDWARE STORE at 1616 S. W. 3rd Avenue. M:aml, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HARRY RUBEN ARMEN RUBEN MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Applicants 1/13-20-27 2/3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engaged In business under the fictitious name of Bonlto Cleaners at 108 S. W. 16th Avenue, Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MIC HAEI SEGALL and SARAH SEGALL 1/27 2/3-10-17-24 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 129690. JACOB CROSS. Plaintiff, vs. CAROLINE CROSS. Defendant. TO: CAROLINE C.ROSS 7205 18th Avenue Brooklyn, New York You are hereby ordered and required to serve a copy of your Answer to the Bill of Complaint, a copy of which is enclosed herewith, on Plaintiff's attomev 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 BUI will be taken as confessed by you. Dated at Miami, Florida, this 23rd day of January, 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) „„.,„ Bv WM. W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. SAMUEL J RAND. Attorney 617 Seybold Building Miami. Florida 1/27 2/3-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name or Blscayne Shore Market at 10990 BIscavne Boulevard. Dade County. Fror-i Ida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado County. Florida. ALBERT BARON JOSEPH LEVINE HARRY DIETZ Attorney 1/27 2/3-10-17-24 NIOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Pallant Insurance Agency at 901 N.E. 2nd Avenue. Miami. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. BERNARD H. PALLANT LEONARD ECERT Attorney for Applicant Seybold Bldg. Miami. Florida 2/3-10-17-24 3/3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of E & L POULTRY & FISH MARKET at 615 N. W. 2nd Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HERBERT EDELSTEIN LEO SHEINER Attorney for Applicant Pacific Building, Miami, Florida 2/3-10-17-24 3/3 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FIX)RIDA. — IN PROBATE, No. 23597. In Re: ESTATE OF CHARLES FELDMAN, Deceased. To All Creditors and AH Persons Having Claims of 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 .CHARLES KELOMAN. deceased, late of Dado f'ously, Florida, to the Hon. W.' F. BLANTON. County Judge of Dade County, and file the same In his., office in the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first pnhw>n.tln hereof Said claims or demands to .contain tho legal address of the claimant mid to be sworn to and .presented as aforesaid, or same will be' barred. See Section 120 of the 19:13. Probate Act. .' Date January .25th,A.U. lfl.'.n. LrtON RAPbAH, As Executor of the Last Will and Testament) ol QHM4aa Fnldraan, Deceased. MYBR8, HKIMAN ei KAPLAN Attorneys for ExecUtpl 1/27 2';:-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the flcdtloUs name of National Super Market at 5324 N W. 17th Avenue, Miami, Florida intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florlda CLYDE SHEPARD EMILY E. SEYMOUR MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicant Seybold Bldg. 2/3-10-17-24 ^^^^^ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name or Saymeyer Company at P. O. Address 1117 SW 22nd Avenue, Miami, fla.. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida^ CHERN OFp MEYER 1 I. BLOCK Partners 1/13-20-27 2/3-10 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No. 23S98. In Re: ESTATE OF EVA MINSKOFF. 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 EVA MINSKOFF, deceased, lute of DADE County. Florida, to the Hon. W. F. BLANTON. County Judge of Dade County, and file the same In his office in the Cl aunty Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same Will be barred. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Date January 25, A.D. 1950. c SAUL MINSKOFF, As Administrator of the Estate of EVA MINSKOFF. Deceased. MYERS. HKIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Administrator 2/3-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY (ilVRNtW.fi the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious mime of' *• Fleetw l store Fixtures at n N. D. 13th Street. Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the .UJerk of the Circuit Court of ivid* County, Florida. 2/3-10-17-24 MILTON BRA>ftl Sole Owner ii}> 3