The Jewish Floridian

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

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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
13NUMBER 7
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1950
PRICE: TEN CENTS
[wish, Anti-Zionist Trend Reported
|et Union By Prof. Yakobson
IINGTON, Soviet Union was published in the Conqressional
_ week. It indicated an obvious trend of anti-Jewish
lonist sentiment within the USSR. The analysis was
|y Prof. Sergius Yakobson, chief of the Foreiqn Affairs
Legislative Refer-
E ,,f the Library of
Yakobson traced the
, of anti-Semitism in
_Jnion since the early
^d:ng the suppression
Ration of Jewish cul-
ncl the liquidation of
cnce in the govern-
igh excesses developed
Bti evacuees returned
. to their homes in
at' d legions of Russia.
^akobson established.
kt war years, the time
hardship in Russia.
Id furthermore the
sentiments in va-
et quarters." he re-
even revived the
on of dodging active
Irvice in spite of the
|Soviet Jewry ranked
jg tlie national groups
jviet military decora-
krv of Congress official
that a total of 123.822
fighters and war
iceived the Order of
of the Red Banner,
Patriotic War, and
bt honors. "It may be
he current attitude of
iJnion toward the Jews
the characteristics of
anti-Semitism which
encourage or terrify
\n Jews into resigning
to spend the rest of
in the Soviet Union
Rabbis Will Be Honored Sunday Night;
Skop Installation, Ever Testimonial
Gables Center To Dedicate Building, Banquet To Honor
Install Rabbi At Ceremonies Sunday DMA | \\ [ver
The dedication ceremonies of i e-t,.-*., or,^ =
the Coral Gables Jewish Center:l^wrvteesoBSaturdayand a
and the installation of Rabbi
Morris A. Skop as spiritual leader
under a dictatorship," Professor
Yakobson said.
The professor, who is consid-
ered an authority on Birobidjan,
observed that "it is hardly to be
expected that the future settlers
of Birobidjan will be Jewish.
Much speaks against it." The
Jewish mass migration to
Bir-ebidjan is considered a failure
by Prof. Yakobson.
Discussing the relations be-
tween the Soviet government and
Israel, Prof. Yakobson said: "Al-
though it has recognized and
entered into diplomatic relations
with Israel, the Kremlin is de-
termined not only to prevent the
Jews in the Soviet Union from
emigrating to the new state, but
even from supporting or mani-
festing their sympathy with their
friends in Tel Aviv." He cites a
number of articles in the Soviet
press in support of this statement.
Pelley To Go
To State Frisson
WASHINGTON. (JTA) Wil-
liam Dudley Pellev. anti-Semitic
ex-leader of the Silver Shirts of
America, was turned over to
North Carolina authorities to
serve an additional two to three
years following his parole by the
Federal government this week.
It was learned that North Caro-
lina has issued a detainer for..
Pelley asking authorities at the Hillel Foundation of the Uni-
U. S. penitentiary at Terre Haute, versity of Miami will be guest
Ind. to hold him. speaker. Also scheduled are Sab-
special children's dedicatory serv
ice Sunday at 10 a.m. with boys
and girls of the Hebrew and
religious school blessing the Torah
Scrolls, Mezuzahs, Everlasting
Light, and Holy Ark.
At the Sunday night ceremonies
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, dean of
' Florida rabbis, and Rabbi Leon
1 Kronish will give the charges to
congregation and rabbi. Herbert
Gelernter, president of the cen-
ter; Judge Sam Silver. Mrs. Helen
Gerstenfeld. president of the
sisterhood: Ted Wayne, president
of the men's club, will head the
procession of noted guests includ-
ing rabbis of the Miami Rabbin-
ical Association and Cantors
Joseph W. Malek. Maurice
Mamches. Samuel Kelemer and
Berele Kelemer and Chaplain
James A. Boston of Pratt Veterans
Hospital and James W. Whiti
director of the Miami Conference
of Christians and Jews.
Sam Schulefand and Maurice
Corenblum. charter members of
the center, will carry the Sacred
Torah Scrolls with Leonard
' Glazer. the next Bar Mitzvah boy
will take place Sunday, February i carrying the Torah representing
Rabbi Isaac H. Ever, spiritual
leader of Kneseth Israel Congre-
gation, will be honored with a
testimonial banauet, Sunday. Feb.
Rabbi Morris A. Skop
19, at 7:30 p.m.
A special Sabbath service on
Friday, February 17 will usher
in the dedication ceremonies. Dr.
Donald Michelson, director of the
?vitz, Brunstetter, LeGate
Receive Brotherhood Awards
prominent citizens of Greater Miami will be cited for
ibution toward better human relations in this area at
_1 Brotherhood dinner on February 22, sponsored by the
tund Table of the Nation Conference of Christians and
[I. Gate, manager of
HOD; Max Orovitz,
eh businessman; and
instetter, attorney, will
"distinguished service
it was announced by
co-chairmen of the
library resources for
of human relations at
Jsrsity of Miami and for
he call for every good
he community." Orovitz
is president of Mount Sinai
Hospital.
Brunstetter will be cited for his
continued service to the commun-
ity in organizations dedicated to
the help of suffering children, to
higher education and to faithful
civic service.
Milton H. Biow, founder and
Miami Round Table, Andrew T.
Healy, Dr. H Franklin Williams
and George Chertkof.
Le Gate will be cited for "his
steady support of community
activities that benefit all groups,
his vigorous efforts towards in-
ternational understanding and his
long and loyal cooperation with
the Miami Round Table of the
Air."
The citiation for Orovitz will be
in recognition of "his farsighted
contributions to education by-
president of the Biow Company
of New York and one of the
nation's top ranking advertising
executives, will be the guest
speaker.
Presiding at the event that is
to highlight Brotherhood Week
in this area will be Dr. Williams,
vice president of the University
of Miami. Participating in the
annual program with Biow will
be Chertkof, Healy, Mayor Wil-
liam H. Wolfarth, Mayor Harold
Turk, Mayor W. Keith Phillips,
Rabbi Morris Skop, Dr. Glenn C.
James and Dr. James Yard.
The dinner will be held at the
McAllister Hotel at 6:30 p.m. on
Wednesday, February 22. Reserv-
ations may be obtained by calling
9-6218.
Max Orovitz
James Le Gate
the children.
Rabbi Morris A. Skop. graduate
of Ohio State University and the
Jewish Institute of Religion has
served for the past twelve years,
the congregation in Orlando, and
has been active in the B'nai
B'rith, Zionist District of Florida
Rabbis, Masons, Rotary Club and
Jewish Chatauqua Society.
Follbwing the dedication and
installation the sisterhood will be
hostesses at a social hour in the
patio of the center.
Women Plan
Freedom Bruneh
Rabbi Irving Lehrman and
Captain E. M. Ben-Dror will be
chief speakers at the Freedom
Brunch to be given by the
women's division of the Combined
Jewish Appeal on Wednesday.
February 22, at 11 a.m. at the
Saxony Hotel.
Captain Ben-Dror. command^
officer of a Palestinian company
with the British 8th Army, vet-
eran of three years of warfare
in the Middle East in the last war
and active member of Haganah.
was born in Siberia and is a
veteran of both world wars and
the warfare in Palestine. His vast
military experience in the Middle
East started with his service in
the Jewish Legion under General
Allenby's command, during World
War I. Immediately following the
cessation of hostilities on the
Turkish front, he joined the
Mounted Gendarmerie (Mounted
Police) in Northern Palestine. It
was during this period that the
Jewish Homeland began to take
shape.
Working on plans for the brunch
are Mrs. Sol Leslie and Mrs.
Harold Rand, co-chairmen. Vice
chairmen are the Mesdames Max
Bergman, Leo Chaikin, Sylvia
Chertkof. Harry Gordon, Fred
Jonas, Ada E. Joseph, Alexander
Libow. Henry Seitlin, Harold
Turk, Barnev Weinkle, J. Shaw-
mut and Jerome Weinkle.
During his stay in Miami. Capt.
Ben-Dror will also speak at in-
doctrination meetings of the
Metropolitan unit. He will address
the town unit on Monday, Feb-
ruary 20. at 8 p.m. at the Miami
Jewish Community Center and
Rabvi I. H. Ever
19, at 8 p.m. at Victor Hotel,
Miami Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will be
the guest speaker and Cantor
Leibele Trainer cf New York
will be guest cantor. A nationally
known humorist will also be
featured.
Kneseth Israel took over the
former Jewish Center building in
the month of August, 1949. with
a handful of men. The synagogue
engaged Rabbi Ever on the second
Sabbath after purchasing the
building. Its membership in-
creased considerably and is now
in the hundreds. The Ladies
Auxiliary, which was formed with
the assistance and guidance of the
spiritual leader, also became a
stronghold and its membership
is being increased daily.
Rabbi Ever, who was ordained
by the Orthodox Rabbinical Sem-
inary of America, Cleveland, in
1934, is the author of "Rabbi
Judah Levinberg," and "Holiday
Symbols." He was also assistant
editor of the "Jewish World," a
daily newspaper in Cleveland,
and a weekly newspaper the
"Jewish Voice" of the same city.
Rabbi Ever was for seven years
the spiritual leader of the Brook-
lyn Saratoga Hebrew Center and
active in the Rabbinate since his
ordination, leading in many na-
tional religious and civic organ-
izations in the United States.
Rites Held For
Israel Matz
NEW YORK, (JTA)Funeral
services for Israel Matz, noted
Hebraist and Zionist, who died
at his home here, were held this
week. Mr. Matz. who was widely
known for his support of nu-
merous philanthropic and Zionist
causes, particularly Hebrew cul-
tural and literary projects, was
81.
Founder and president of the
ExLax company. Mr. Matz came
to the United States from Li-
thuania as a young man. He was
descended from a long line of
scholars, rabbis and writers.
ftoscoe Brunstetter
No Unemployment In
Israel, Official Says
LONDON. (JTA)Unemploy-
. ment does not exist among the
the Beach unit on Tuesday, permanently housed population of
February 21, at 8 p.m. at Temple l Israel. Mrs..Golda Myerson, Is-
Beth Sholom. Max R. Silver, I rael's Labor Minister, declared at
chairman of the town district, and I a press conference here this week.
Burnett Roth, chairman of the | She said that 25,000 new immi-
Beach district, will preside at the grants are registered with the
respective meetings. employment exchange bureau.


i
PAGE TWO
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FRIDAY
Launch Program
lor Jewish Vouth
A quarter hour of Jewish
Stories for Jewish youth will be
initiated on Sunday. February 26.
on station W.MIE for ten con-
secutive Sundays al 7:45 a.m. The
- will consist oi stories of
Biblical and Jewish content told
in dramatic fashion for young
people. Narrator will be Mrs.
Gershon S. Miller.
Mrs. Miller has a wide ex-1
perienco in radio and speech j al-hipvpment
trains. A graduate of the North- | Dr. Zev Cohen, center, was ch.ef speaker a^^TjCSl
western University School of brunch sponsored by the women sum of th Co*inh;n are
Speech, she has taught choric and Appeai iast week at the Saxony Hotel. Flanking Dr. conen are
senior dramatics at Evanston ..
State Cemetery Unit
i Organized In Orlando
the
Paskowitz. formerly of Irvinglon.
N. J.. who passed away while
visiting her daughter. Sally
Kravitz, 2336 S.W. 4th St.. will
take place on Sunday, February
(1. io r.) Mrs. Sol Leslie. Mrs. Max Shapiro. Mrs w l
Mrs. Carl Weinkle. Mrs. Joseph Fenias and Miss StabSl
-I'.i
at Evanston
Township High School, directed
dramatics in Chicago and Miami
Beach. She was a member in the
Chicago Radio Council for four
years with weeklv broadcasts
over WBBM and WFTL. She was
a staff announcer at WILL in
Urbana. 111., for one year. Her
club "News Around Town" and
childern's story program were
presented here over WMBM for
ten months. She was staff an-
nouncer at WXRT in Chicago for
one year, directing women's and
children's programs.
This series is sponsored by the
Bureau of Jewish Education of
Greater Miami.
\\
Paskowitz Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Goldie
19. at 2 p.m. at
S*hool To Receive
2000 Bookcovers
Coral Gables Chapter of B'nai
E'rith Women and the West Mi-
ami Jewish Center, are jointly
presenting 2000 bookcovers de-
picting the Four Chaplains theme
Mount Nebo
Cemetery with Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Mrs. Paskowitz was a
charter member of the first
Voliner Ladies Society and the
first Felix Full Ladies Society of
Newark. N. J. She is survived by
her husband, one daughter, one
son and three grandchildren. Ar-
rangements are in charge of
Palmer's Miami Monument Co.
Relatives and friends are asked
to be present.
Coppel Unveiling
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of Mrs. Anna A.
to the Sylvania Heights Element- S^?*1:,1",1? of Ph'l'P Coppel.
arv School RflOl SW ifith St 853 S.W. 12th Ct.. will take place
ary School. 5901 S.W. 16th St.,
during Brotherhood Week observ-
ances Thursday. February 16, at
2:15 p.m. at the school.
Participating in a panel discus-
sion on the significance of the
Four Chaplains will be Andrew
Healy. Coral Gables city com-
missioner and prominent local
attorney; the Rev. F. H. Buch-
holtz. Coral Way Presbyterian
Church; and Rabbi Morris A.
Skop, Coral Gables Jewish
Center. Gilbert J. Balkin. director.
Florida regional office of the
Anti-Defamation League, will in-
troduce the speakers.
Representing the West Miami
Jewish Center on the program
committee is Mrs. Louis Goldin.
Mrs. Ann Abramson. chairman.
Anti-Defamation League Com-
mittee, is representing the Coral
Gables B'nai B'rith Women's
Chapter.
at Mount Nebo Cemetery on
Sunday, February 19. at 2:45 p.m.
with Rabbi Moses Mescheloff
officiating. Friends are requestea
to attend.
The Florida Cemetery Ass
tion was organized at a meeting
week at the Angebilt Hotel
in Orlando.
Miamians who attended^ the
initial meeting are Rabbi S M
Machtei. Mount N'lbo: J. E.
Campelin. Southern Memorial
Park; and Arthur J. Dickinson,
Flagler and Miami Memorial
Parks.
Localites elected to office were
Campelin who was named first
vice president and Rabbi Machtei.
treausrer.
Purpose of the new unit is to
discuss mutual problems affecting
Florida cemeteries such as horti-
culture and engineering and to
exchange ideas for improving
service to lot owners.
Katz Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Mrs.
Jennie Katz will take place on
Sunday. February 19, at Mount
Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Max
Shapiro officiating. Relatives and
friends are asked to attend.
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Bernstein Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Jacob
S. Bernstein, formerly of 125
Ocean Drive. Miami Beach, will
take place on Sunday, February
19, at 2:30 p.m. at Mount Nebo
Cemetery with Kabbi Moses
I Mescheloff officiating. Mr. Bern-
I stein was a member of the Beth
Jacob Congregation and is sur-
vived by his wife, one son, one
daughter, two grandchildien.
Arrangements are in charge of
Palmer's Miami Monument Com-
I pany. Relatives and friends are
I asked to be present
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Weal Miami Plans
Brotherhood Day
Program Feb. 22
The town of West Miami will
hold a community-wide Brother-
hood Day observance on Wednes-
day, February 22, at 8 p.m. at the
Sylvania Heights School, 5901
S.W. 16th St.
Participating in a unique panel
presentation entitled. "Brother-
hood Begins in Our Town." will
be Mayor Peter Palermo, of West
Miami; the Rev. Clyde Bartages,
LeJeune Presbyterian Church;
Rabbi Max Shapiro. Beth David
Congregation. Gilbert J. Balkin,
director, Floiida regional office
of the Anti-Defamation League,
will serve as moderator.
Peggy Midora, song stylist, will
sing patriotic selections accom-
panied by Abe Blumin.
The flag and colors will be
presented by Trop 49, West Miami
Boy Scouts, sponsored by the
Daddies Club, Sylvania Heights
Elementary School.
Serving on the program plan-
ning committee are Mrs, Louis
Goldin and Mrs. Morris Charloff
of the West Miami Jewish Center.
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named over-all chairman of the
Jewish National Fund Tag Days
to be held on Saturday evening
and Sunday. February 25 and 26.
according to Leon J Ell. chairman
of the Jewish National Fund
Council of Greater Miami.
Glasser is a graduate of the
College of Architecture of the
University of Florida. He served
in the army for three years and
after his discharge, re-enrolled in
the University of Florida, where
he became president of Tau
Epsilon Phi. At the present time
Glasser is a practicing architect
in Miami Beach.
Serving as co-chairmen with
Glasser are Mrs. Charles Turk for
Miami, Mrs. Leo Goldman for
Coral Gables and Abraham
Schafer for Miami Beach. Tag
day chairmen for the various
organizations include Mrs. Irving
Makovsky, Miami Beach Group
of Hadassah: Mrs. Louis Lustig,
Miami Beach Chapter of the
Mizrachi Women; Mrs. Ida Book-
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3RUARY 17, 1950
*Je*isti n&ridHan
PAGE THREE
?s Group
is Adult
al Unit
swish Congregation of
jles announces the or-
of an adult cultural
ich meets Tuesday of
at 8:30 p.m. at 2410
Leon Blvd., under the
of Dr. Abraham L.
Chicago. __
jurse of lectures will
bur Thousand Years of
Contributions to Civil-
ksen is rabbi emeritus of
ftion B'nai Zion of Rogers
Icago. He is a graduate
Udesheimer Seminarium
fcny and holds degrees of
tf Art in English litera-
\m Northwestern Uni-
nd Doctor of Hebrew
from the Jewish Theo-
eminary of America. He
ithor of such books as
d Religious Institutions
k of the Covenant" and
BS Commentary on the
Job."
the founder of the Con-
movement in Chicago,
Hypnotist Will
Appear Here
The Amazing Dr. Polgar,
hypnotist and mental telepathist,
will appear here under the
auspices of the American Vet-
erans Committee.
The Hungarian born mentalist
will perform Saturday. February
18, at the I.B.E.W. Hall, 1657 N.W.
17th Ave., at 3 and 8 p.m. and at
the Miami Beach Municipal Pier
at 10 p.m.
On Sunday, February 19, Dr.
Polgar, who recently created a
sensation on Arthur Godfrey's
television show, will appear at
the pier at 8 and 10 p.m.
the Midwest branch of the United
Synagogue of America and the
Women's League, the Council of
Conservative Synagogues and
held office as president for 20
years of the Council of Conserva-
tive Rabbis of Chicago.
Dr. Lassen was rabbi of Con-
gregation B'nai Zion for a period
of thirty years and recently re-
tired from the active Rabbinate
on account of ill health.
Auto Victim's Rites
To Be In Oak Ridge
Services for Gilbert Diamond,.
41, of Oak Ridge, Tenn., who was
killed in an auto crash at Gaines-'
ville Saturday while en route to
Miami Beach to attend a testi-
monial dinner in honor of his
father, Israel Diamond, 843 Me-
ridian Ave.. Miami Beach, will be
held in Oak Ridge.
Gilbert was riding with Dr.
J. C. Diamond, 45, his brother,
when their car was hit by a
truck. Dr. Diamond was injured
in the accident. Gilbert is sur-
vived by his parents, a sister and
two other brothers.
HI Say...
Harry Simonhoff's column
"I'll Say," will not appear this
week due to the death of Mr.
Simonhoff's father. Rabbi J. J
Simonhoff.
Rabbi N. Perilman
It.-i It hi Perilman
To Speak Here
Rabbi Nathan A. Perilman,
spiritual leader of Temple
Emanu-El in New York, largest
reform congregation in the
United States, will be guest
speaker at Temple Israel Friday,
February 17, at 8 p.m.
Rabbi Perilman attended the
Lebedeff At Plaza
Aaron Lebedeff, "The Maurice
Chevalier of the Jewish Stage,"
bows into the Praza for one I
week's personal appearance on ]
Tuesday, February 21. The ac- ]
companying film fare will be
"Dream No More," (English dia-
logue presentation), wich depicts
typical scenes in the State of
Israel.
years, he served as secretary of
the Synagogue Council of Amer-
ica, and held the same office in
the New York Board of Jewish
Ministers. He is a director of the
Association of Reform Rabbis of
New York, and is on the ad-
ministrative and executive com-
mittee of the American Jewish
Committee. During the 1948 Red
University of PiTtsburgh and was I Cross campaign, Rabbi Perilman
J
;
ordained at Hebrew Union Col-
lege in Cincinnati in 1932. As a
senior, he served as student
minister of Congregation Ahavath
Sholom of Bluefield, West Vir-
ginia, and in 1932 went to Temple
Emanu-El as assistant to the
rabbis.
During his eighteen years in
New York, Rabbi Perilman has
occupied many communal posts.
An active worker in the Federa-
tion of Jewish Philanthropies, he
is a director of the Emanu-El
Brotherhood, the Educational
Alliance, and the Ninety-Second
Street Young Men's and Women's
Hebrew Association. For two
served as Jewish adviser to the
chairman of the New York drive.
As a member of the Central Con-
ference of American Rabbis, he
serves on several committees.
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Iting record on turntable is Marvin Marks, while Gene M.
sets tape recorder for recording onto disc. Boeninger and
are partners on the MIRR-O-DISC Recording Studio, 2648
Oth Ct. Gene is a graduate of the University of Miami. Born
ami, he received' elementary and secondary education in
N. J. He has an affliction caused by Cerebral Palsy and
\he board of the Dade County Society for Crippled Children
charter member of the Cerebral Palsy Parent's Council of
bde County Society for Crippled Children. Gene is the son of
f. Sidney N. Boeninger, who is B'nai B'rith Women's hospital
entative at Pratt General Hospital. Marks, a graduating
at the University of Miami received his education in |fW
He is a veteran, and served in many campaigns, including
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FRIDAY.
EDITORIAL
United Amidst Diversity
Brotherhood Week in 1950 is an occasion for
rededication to a more united America, and a
more united world. Across the wide variety oi
interest and background which constitutes modern
America, there is a unifying bond of historical
responsibility to transmit to our children the
freedom and the security which we have in-
herited from our forebears. Better understanding
in America may well become the basis for better
understanding across all boundaries, national,
nc less than group. Our forefathers created a
federal system which was the first step toward
unification across difference; it remains for us to
carry their principle further, so as to establish
a society which will be united amidst diversity
of cultural background, and even religious
affiliation.
The call of the National Conference of Christians
and Jews for this new unity of Americans and
men, everywhere, is one that must be heard in
our day.
Dudley Pelley
It is not within our province to question the
wisdom of the U. S. Parole Board in giving
freedom to Dudley Pelley, founder of the Silver
Shirts of America and leading anti-Semite and
rabblerouser.
What is irksome about the situation is that the
chief advocates of his parole were the American
racists and hate mongers who waged an intense,
and probably costly, campaign to have their
brother in spirit freed from the fetters which
stopped him from spewing his hate. In their
campaign, these racists tried to picture Pelley as
a harsh and unremitting foe of communism, as if
possession of that virtue were alone good reason
for releasing an enemy of his country. In addition
the hate organizations operating. on behalf of
For A Better H
or/d
"Doc, You Are the Only One That Can
Save Me"
securing his parole never hesitated utilizing the
parole campaign as a springboard for the dis-
semination of hate, fascism and anti-Semitism. It
would seem that intercession by such elements
would have been sufficient reason for the rejection
of his parole application.
Racial and religious prejudice i
peculiar, minor corrosive effect !'
liberal and well-intentioned win* V
Protestant majority. For example *
noymg. there is the smug feeLl 2
among some members of this qroun L
are just a little more tolerant \J,^*
understanding than some of the oth" '.
These are the people who tell also ri*
to a Negro at some liberal banauet ,**
coach to Philadelphia and SEJS
Negro was well educated and able, '
an amazingly intelligent conversation V
the people, too, who often know a-verv
Catholic priest and who will tell youT
a surprisingly good sense of hum
actually broad-minded when you qeltof
This sort of tolerance is often not Uj
all but a hideous sort of nervous conrl.
that arises partly from a sense of wL
and partly from plain shyness in qT
part of which may consist of nothing
striving to meet more Jews, more Nan,-,
others of different creeds and races T]
situation. It seems that there is only 1\
part of the cure is much more diifiJ
perhaps will only be attainable after a 10 J
of time, because this is a matter of aitiS!
attitudes change very slowly even amonoi
of good will. People, society must lean-
day, are people, and must be considenJ
judged on a common basis as people m
or indifferent, in spite of their beliefs'a,
this attitude ever becomes universal,
judice will automatically vanish, codl
development of such an attitude in e*
both the majorities and minorities, is our a
hope for a better world in which men andi
can face each other honestly and femk
John P. Marquand.
Letters To The Editor
sinioiihoii Article Baseless Attack
The Editor
Jewish Floridian
Dear Sir:
In The Jewish Floridian of
February 10. 1950. there appeared
an article of Mr. Simonhoff in his
kly column under the title
"Strange Cults in American
J wry," which contains a number
of spurious statements and base-
less accusations against several
i rganizations which are an in-
tegral part of the cultural and
social life of the Jewish m
For the sake of truth and to
bring clarity into the chaos of
lalsi allegations, may I ask you
to print this lot:.
Mr. Simonhoff brings out the
idea that Nationalism and
Judaism are connected exclusive-
ly with Zionism. Hebrew lan-
guage, the synagogue, and the
Talmud Torah. Did he take into
consideration that Zionism as a
movement is only a little over
fifty years old, and would that
mean that there was no Jewish
national culture since the time of
the disperson of the Jews till fifty
odd years ago?
According to scientists and re-
searchers, the Hebrew spoken
anguage was used by Jews not
later than the period of the de-
struction of the Second Temple
After that the Jews spoke many
tongues, among which were
Aramaic. Persian. Greek. Arabic.
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the Romance langua
Yiddish as a language started to
develop about one thousand 5
agi together with other Euro-
pean languages. (See Biblio-
graphies in '-Jews, Past and
Present." Volume 2; Univi
Jewish Encyclopedia. V. 10. etc.).
According to the statistics of
Jacob Lestchinskv there were, in
1935. 16.262,000 Jews of which
10,690.000. or 65'; spoke Yiddish.
In the U. S.. according to the
1940 census. 1.751.000 Jews de-
clared themselves as speaking
Yiddish, In the period of 1686-
1939. acording to Dr. J Shatzkv.
there were published over 3.000
daily papers as well as weekly
and monthly periodicals. Isn't it
logical that the Bund, a Jewish
Socialist par'y, and the Work-
nun's Circle, a pioneer Jewish
labor fraternal order, used as its
medium "Yiddish, the lowly
jargon of the masses." of which
Mr. Simonholf speaks with such
derision''
Is the Jewish religion, not only
in it- philosophical and ethical
aspects, but :n its adherenr. to
orthodox rituals, the only expres-
sion of Judaism and" Jewish
national culture? If this were so
a great number of the Jewish
people would have to be excom-
municated. And this would in-
clude the creators and present day
le-iders of the Zionist movement."
Mr Simonhoff says: "While the
Cossacks were murdering Jews in
Streets and villages, the Bur.
virtually carrying on a spiritual
pogrom against Judaism." I in-
sider such ... stat. ment unpardon-
able.it would be below my
dignity to even answe: this 'i
should like, however, to suggest
that had Mr. Simonhoff read the
two volumes of John Mill's "Pio-
l and Builders" rather than
a his articles on a brief inter-
view with Mr. Mill, and would
he have further delved into the
history of the Bund, or at least
consulted the memoirs of Wladi
mir Modem. A. Litwak. 1;
Michalewich. and others too
numerous to mention, he would
manenieSltated ,0 W'"ite in s"<*
,x,M.y^Sir^'nhoU see,T>s to think
that the Bund and me Arbeiter
Ring are identical. He is wromt
Among the organic of'tn
Workmen's Circle there were a
of both organizations are quite
different. May I refer him to tho
"History of the Workmen's Circle"
by A. S. Sachs, and the two
volumes of Elias Tcherikower's
"History of the Jewish Labor
Movement in the United States"
i pub! by the Yivo)? That will
clear up ins misinterpretation.
Tin Workmen's Circle has
proved its awareness of Jewish
national problems and its pre-
pared ness to share in the re-
sponsibilitj oi molding Jewish
many times to need
emphasis. But one important fact
in the not s.i far past may be
brought out at present. When the
problem oi partitioning Palestine
came before the United Nations
and it was important that the
majority of delegates vote in
favor .it the Jews, the Jewish
Agency appioached the Work-
nun's Circle and its integral part,
the Jewish Labor Committee, ana
asked for their cooperation. The
call was immediately answered.
nfluence of these organiza-
tions, as well as the strength of
16.000.000 organized workers
through the A. F. of L. and the
(' I '' was mobilized. They went
to work on the g ivernments of
the L. S and foreign countries.
Ih.y contacted their old friend
:'M Leon Blum in
France the Labor organizations
m Belgium, in the Scandinavian
countries, and in some parts of
the British. Commonwealth- Can-
ada. Australia, and New Zealand
and w.iv promised that the
delegates would be moperlv in-
u^ed,hEveM Liberia was con-
tacted through a special repre-
sentative sent by the colored
workers. And the results are
history.
, .ams^i:,k,11' n's CWr* Protested
gainst the discriminatory British
' Palestine towards the
I it* meet-
"_<-" and marches in the U S
utTd"-ectly-ami through the A F
idUX^
Groaj Bi tain. That', what the
enemies of hoary Judaism"
Mr Simonhoff said "in for-
bdding immigration to Palestine
Hit c n;t,K,,Un-'..u>\,llv
Jew, h exterminating the
^Hv1.,,ofp;:1jv''Mnksmio^
hofi gives thi. rj -"'pinion-
jnnueUthan U^veS K
Rommel, was at the gates of
Egypt, and Ben Gurion was carry-
ing a vial of poison in his pocket,
and when all Jewish hearts were
torn by fear for the fate of the
seven hundred thousand Jews in
Palestine, could Mr. Simonhoff
have positively predicted that a
mircale would occur and that the
strategy of the allies would be
successful? It is very easy to
make statements post factum.
In the time of the great Jewish
catastrophe, both the Bund and
the Workmen's Circle, through
the Jewish Labor Committee, did
wonders to save as many Jews as
it was possible from the hands
of the murderers. A brief review
of even a part of the literature
of martyrology will prove this.
Eye witness accounts of the many
newcomers from Europe are suf-
ficient attestation.
It is very painful for me to
have to say that such allegations
as are made by Mr. Simonhoff
seem to be a product of anti-
Semitism in our own midst, auto-
anti-Semitism, which is far more
dangerous and pernicious than the
one we have to suffer from
outside.
Respectfully yours,
JOSEPH DUNTOV
Zionist Unit To
Honor Cantors
,, T,\e, Zionist Luncheon Club of
in.' Miami Beach Zionist District
will honor the Cantors' Associa-
tion of Greater Miami, in observ-
ance of Jewish Music Month.
Wednesday, Februarv 22. at 1215
^..Mendelsohn's Lincoln Manor,
Allied Stone, president, has an-
nounced.
Guest speaker will be the
. musicologist, author and
publisher Henry Lcfkowitz. own-
er the Me^, Music Company.
New York City, who will speak
'"i Jewish Music."
''';'.>'master Harold Shapiro re-
eled that Cantor Samuel
Kelemer. president of the Cantors'
""on of Greater Miami and
.... mar, oIsraeli Music and
Art for the Miami Beach Zionist
nict,;. ..*"""" ucdi-n Zionist
""trict. is in charge of the pro-
gram. Cantor Kelemer has ap-
>l the following cantors to
Jab v""p ft* Louis Feder-
Kelom dnng and Berele
al "'' yu'sl,lnR cantra from
&uU*countr* wil1 be
BrorfUng, wiU be Danield M.
Broad, Paul Elsman and J. Gold-
Sunday Design
World Child's
Sunday. February 19. ia
set aside as World Jewish
Day. The day will be
in all Jewish schools in
Miami with special
which will emphasize the
Aliyah movement and give,
impetus to the Combined
Appeal.
The Bureau of Jewish
tion has issued a special
to all schools for partici
the Combined Jewish Ap;
special material for clas
graming for World JewishH
Day. The school campaign if
on February 17 and oil
March 5.
The proclamation issued
Youth Aliyah Department!
Jewish Agency for Palestine!
as follows:
Believing thai the nee*
are universal and iin-ir ''*
invisible, kiion-iiii; too. ttttj
youth in Europe and olto I
bllg-hted in the imllioni-tf
rescued lili'thi-lght nf li<-, h.ipe M*."
thev are to endure, the iom'
I'epartmen! ..f lii, Jr-i.h AM
Pajeatlne berebj proctoliu M
lit Worlil Jewish Ch!ld'i DM-J
The auen.y which assists m
Itather in the xlle*. i-" J
men of good will t" WJI
tinned transfer .-f the
homeless Jewish hilclri-n tti
The aim "f World Jewish (W
is t,. build .i i" "' '"''"SJ
tween these victim! "' I*"!
the youth n..w iaeni >"T
youiiRest ileni... -..>. and '".'"
of free democracies elnj
this day. it la hope tMj"
in homes, s.h.....- .."J o**
throURlmut the "'""l *'"L 5i|
support lo the i ith A
which has alread
people from tyranny ana
stand! ready tu gather m
thousands more
v..utu Aliyah i1'lle" JJ Ji
newcomen
'']
and educate all
I hose ahead
may once attain "-"" :"
:,s ill youth should, to
hood and peace foi aU ,
ere do In memorj -WJ
'
Henri, tta Bsold
teacher, social -
..f Hadassah, In ">' "
Jewish Child's Day
claimed.
worker a"'1 *
beiH I
Golden Agers
A social meeting of the"]
Age Friendship Club w.H^
at the Miami Jewish Con
Center, on Sunday. F^,
at 2:30 p.m.. -^odm
Sornstein, president.
The afternoon wj" *,,
lighted with enterUin
Mrs. Rea Aronstein J^
Cohen, singers, and e
dancing by Miss N"
and her Arthur Murra)
instructor.
*P


tUARY 17. 1950
*-Jf**ts*nnr*te>^
PAGE FIVE'
intor Will
lunday JXite
Jenrance in his Miami
Ics will be given by
| famous boy cantor,
Ibruary 19, at 8 p.m.
ni Beach Senior High
lilorium.
Sg cantor will be ac-
hy H. R. Spector,
choirm^ter.
Jii'ht's conceit will be
fcuspices of the North
inn Center and pro-
lv> to the group's build-
rickets are on sale at
|s and restaurants and
i available at the door
Hit.
I Evening Held
|ii! evening was held
|ik Branch of the Jew-
., Workers Alliance on
fiuht at Kneseth Israel.
b:r.an, cultural chair-
tied.
nts in the program
Liebman, who read
Inaeh: Dr. I. Unterman.
a review of two
|Manya Shubow, who
readings. Community
is led by Mrs. Lena
land Mrs. Liebman. Mr.
luiler were hosts to the
jp will hold cultural
every Saturday at 8
Eseih Israel.
Meeting Place Changed | Club will meet at the Miamian
Beginmng Friday. February Restaurant on Flagler St., ac-
17, at 12:15 ftm., the Sholem cording to John Kronenfeld,
Lodge, B'nat'^rith, Luncheon I president.__________
i
0*iv.
Donna I^oe Studio
Pictured at the buffet supper which ushered in Hotel Week
are Joseph M. Rose, co-chairman of the hotel unit of the Combined
Jewish Appeal; Aaron Courshon, chairman of the affair: and Mrs.
Jennie Grossinger, one of the sponsors. 324,450 was pledged by the
160 persons present. This sum marks a substantial increase over
the pledges made by the same givers during last year's campaign.
tries
TTO BRUMLIK
: 28th St., passed away
i\ rnornlnfr. a resident
\2 years, Mr. Brumllk
from Chicago. Survivors
|vif.' AmdcM. son CJeorge,
Mis l'aul H.'Cker, of
|th.! (leorge of Miami, and
\ of Chicago. Mr. Brumlik
i.-i ountant, was a member
grael and of th*' Csech-
Bltlonal Alliance. Services
|t >i ;ii Ui>' Gordon Funeral
Thursday. February 16,
II. Kaplan officiating.
Innwrnents were not corn-
paper went to press.)
llAM RABINOWITZ
|S W "nl St., passeil away
- i-1 nl of Miami for eight
ItabinovrltS operated a
h He is survived by his
I "i daughters, Kilith
Mildred lluhin: three
. ,i sister, Mrs. Mary
were held at the
with interment in Mt.
\ Shapiro officiated.
ISUNRAYPARK
HEALTH RESOffT
HOTEL-SANITARIUM
FOR REST. CONVALESCE NCt
AND CHUOMK CASES
wain roi o-.ii
aw. jotr couii
> MIAMI FLORIDA
Receives Charter,
Elects Officers
The Northside Jewish Com-
munity Center recently received
its state charter and elected its
first slate of officers.
George Weisbaum was elected
president. Others named to office
were Harold Robins, first vice
president; Dr. William Boros,
second vice president; Reuben
Kutin, treasurer; David Collins,
financial secretary; Mrs. Lillian
Robins, recording secretary; Mrs.
Minna Haines and Mrs. Adele
Zuckerman, corresponding secre-
taries; Mrs. Rose Borkin, social
secretary.
A special meeting of the group
is scheduled for Monday, Feb-
ruary 20, at 8:30 p.m. at the
Salvation Army Hall, N.W. 4th
Ave. at 67th St. Site for a build-
ing will be discussed.
i. F. GIVEN
PUBLIC
ACCOUNTANT

420 Congress Bldg.
Phone 3-3658
MIAMI. FLORIDA
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S. End Wash. Ave., Miami Beach
Open 1:45
STARTING TUESDAY. FEB. 21st
STAGE IN PERSON
iron Lebedeff
Yiddish Maurice Chevalier
|leon schachter
anna toback
ON SCREEN
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IZFA To Meet
The University of Miami Chap-
ter of the Inter-Collegiate Zionist
Federation of America will hold
its first meeting of the ;-.ev/
semester February 16 a* 3 p.m., in
the Merrick Builrl:r.g. room 315.
I. R. Goodman, chairman of the
Zionist Cnvv.cil of South Florida,
will 'e the speaker. His topic
will be "Internationalization of
Jerusalem, A U.N. Problem."
/
DAIR^
N- DO>Kin -^sWj
BRAND

HEALTH
EGGS BE5T
, BUTTEB
,i
lt*x>M miracle-to futihis bochprd here
This is the backyard of a young immi-
grant family recently brought to Israel.
It took a miracle to put this little back-
yard on this spot. A miracle wrought by
brave hearts and strong hands the world
around.
It took the courage and the tenacity of
the young men and women of Israel who
fought and died to maintain the integrity
of their new State.
It took the self-sacrifice and devotion of
all the people of Israel.
// took the generous assistance of the
Jewish communities of America which
rose to the demands of an historic hour.
A tremendous job has been donebut
we have only begun to finish the job. For
those who still wait anxiously, fearfully
for an opportunity to reach the State of
Israel, and for those who are in Israelbut
who wait in tents and barracks for a home,
the job is not finished.
How can we stop before they too are
settled in their own backyard?
We can put them there.
In 1950
We Must Raise
$1,491,146
for 5*
Vital Jewish Causes
Greater Miami
Jewish Federation

420 Lincoln Road
Phone 58-4331
United Jewish Afteal
I hrkalf of thr RiiillUmrnl and RtamttruclUn Programs of tht Joint Ditlrirnntton CtmmtHm.
I'ntlod Palalnu Aptral and Vniltd Strviet for Ntw Anuneam
HENRY MORGENTHAU, JR., General Chairman


PAGE SIX
+Je*lslincrkfiari
Beth Jacob Will
Hold Purim Fete
Congregati in Beth Jac ib will
. tits its 24t:i annual I
on Sun laj venii g, Feb.
26, at the Miami Beach High
School, according to David Whit-
man, pr< sidi nt.
Head ng I ffair is C uncil-
:. .: 11 D ic Kl< in The
it, a traditi n with the
nee it
twenty-four years --: i. will
: two- nd-a-
ly show pi esented by the
Sid White Theatrical Agency.
Serving on thi ttee with
I> Kl in an M B, Frank, J
Lesser. Si ul
El B rnhard L i Mey< Philip
tzler, I. Brenner and
Harrj Sonz,
Reservations may be obtained
by contacting Dr. Klein at 420
Lincoln Road or the synagogue
office at 311 Washington Ave.
Auxiliary Hill
>l''i Monday
The Miami Ladies Auxiliary to
the Jewish Home for the Aged
will hold a short business meet-
ing at Beth El on Monday. Feb.
20. at 1 p.m. at Beth El. The
meeting will be followed by
cards.
In honor of her son's recent
marriage. Mrs. Joel Zalis will be
hostess. Proceeds will go to the
building fund.
Plans are being made by the
organization for its third annual
dance at the Grossinger-Pancoast
Hotel on Sunday. March 19.
Working on arrangements for
the affair are the Mesdames Nat
Katz. Maxim Hershey, Isidore
Cohen. Harry Einhorn, Joel Zalis
and Jack Krohn.
Miss Weisbard
Now Mrs. Moh
Is
an
Personally Speaking .
Mr and Mrs. Milton A. Friedman announce the birth of a
daughter. Judith Helene, on February 8.
T* ^ ^
MRS. SOL LESLIE
Past President. South Eastern
Region of Hadassah. and promi-
nent in Miami Beach communal
and religious activities says:
"Implicit confidence in one's
travel agent is essential in order
to insure the perfect trip. I have
always had that confidence in
FARR TOURS, a splendid or-
ganization.
FAIKR
'A Reliable Same in Travel"
Kayc :<"' Moldan
.Mrs. Darid Moldan
Miss Helene L. Weisbard.
daughter of Mr .and Mrs. Irving
Weisbard, 226 N.W. 84th St.. be-
came the bride of David R
Moldan. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Abraham Moldafsky. 250 Michi-
gan Ave., Miami Beach, recently
at the home of Rabbi Irving
Lehrman.
The bride wore a ballerina -
length dress of toast lace over
tan taffeta. She complemented
this with a toast off-the-face hat
with illusion veiling and mits of
lace, and carried a white bible
adorned with two white orchids.
Mrs. Joseph Fields, matron of
honor for her sister, wore a cocoa
dress with a corsage of brown and
acqua slipper orchids. Best man
was Hal Kaye.
At a reception which followed
the ceremony at the bride's home
both the bride's and bridegroom's
mothers greeted guests in black
silk and wore corsages of purple
orchids.
The former Miss Weisbard is a
graduate of schools in Elizabeth,
N. J., and is a member of Sharet
Chapter. B'nai B'rith Young
Women. Mr. Moldan attended
schools in Miami Beach and is a
graduate of the University of Mi-
ami. He is a member of Sigma
Alpha Mu fraternity. Tropical
Lodge. B'nai B'rith. "the Profes-
sional Photographers Association
and the Optimist Club. Mr.
Moldan is a commercial photog-
rapher on Miami Beach.
The newlyweds are now resid-
ing at 250 Michigan Ave.. Miami
Beach.
Out-of-town guests included
Mis M. Cohen and Mrs. P. Weis-
bard, Brooklyn, New York; Mr.
and Mrs. B. Kronish. Rockaway
Long Island: Mrs. M. O. Klein!
Flushing, Long Island; Mr. and
Mrs. M Ratush. Providence. R. I.;
Mrs H. Oster and daughter
Meryl. Miss C. Oster and W. Oster
of Hackansack, N. J.
Marriage Announced
Mr. and Mrs. William Lasky of
Savannah. Ga.. announce the
marriage of their daughter, Ann-
elte Sara, to Dr. Bernard Ye
on Wednesday.
The newlyweds are honey-
mo anna :n Nassau and up in I
return will reside in Coral Ga
r B. Liebman. executive director of the Brooklyn
7 wKSrtal arrived Wednesday to visit his brother-in-law
and slstel Rcbbi and Mrs. Jacob J. Honig. of Hollywood.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Siegel have as their houseguest Mr.
Siegers sister, Mrs. Sam Shapiro, Bronx. N. Y.. who will be
here for several weeks. ^
Mi and Mrs Teddv Gerstl and daughter, Lynn of Rockville
Center 'Long Island, are guests at the Poinciana Hotel. Miami
Beach in celebration of their fifteenth wedding anniversary.
They are being entertained by Mrs. Gerstl s sister, Mr. and
Mis. Joe Siegel of'Miami.
^* ^* "^
J Simon of West Pain Beach is recuperating from an illness
which confined him to his home for a considerable time.
-tt *
Currently at the Delmonico Hotel are Montreal's Harry
Bronfman and his family. Mr. Bronfman bought and built up
Seaaram's. With him and Mrs. Bronfman are Mrs. Allan
Bronfman, Jr., with their granddaughter, Marion, and Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Bessner.
+ *
Mr. and Mrs. Henry D. Green entertained at a cocktail
party in honor of the graduation of their son, Melvin L., from
the University of Miami Law School.
* + *
Mrs. Bernadine Tucker and children, William III and
Stephen Michael, of Huntsville, Ala., are visiting Mrs. Tucker's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nat Roth of Miami.
* + *
Mr. and Mrs. H. Kwarcler of Pasaic, N. J., are guests at the
Edison Hotel, Miami Beach.
* *
Spending a few weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Greene
of Miami are their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
David Chait of New York.
* *
Mrs. Ella Simon has returned to West Palm Beach after a
brief trip to New York and New Jersey.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Marks. 1000 S.W. 73rd Ct., announce the
birth of a daughter at Doctors' Hospital on February 14. Maternal
grandmother is Mrs. Anna Tarolofsky of New York City, who
is now visiting her son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Marks of Miami are paternal grandparents. The baby
will be named at services Saturday morning at the Flagler-
Granada Jewish Center.
* *
The Rev. B. Saltzman of Indiana Harbor, Indiana, is visiting
his son-in-law and daughter, the Rev. and Mrs. Joseph Sahipro
of Miami.
* *
Sandra Bossak. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Richard
Bossak, 3894 N.W. 2nd Terr., was on the winning Herald
Quizdown team for the second time. Sandra, who is ten years
old and student at Auburndale Elementary School, helped to
win a set of the Book of Knowledge for the school. With the
other members of the victorious team, she was feted at luncheon
at the Versailles Hotel.
* *
Visiting Kolman Luria of Miami Beach are his son and
daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. William Luria. of Ansonia, Conn.
I hey will remain here for several weeks
* *
Marvin S. Kranz, son of Dr. and Mrs. Jules Kranz, 3782
S FWiJVe- vT' B*a?treC,ived his M' A' fr ,he University
of Florida on February 4. Kranz. who is continuing his studies at
the university, was elected to Phi Kappa Phi, national
* *
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Margolis. 1824 S.W. 16lh4
The bride elect is a graj
Miami High School andfl
the University of Flor.dil
a member of Tau Alpha!
Mr. Shrank, who served!
army two and a half ycj
tended designing schoobi
York.
Card Party Slated
The Sisterhood of tit
Jewish Congregation
Gables will hold a George
ington birthday card party
group's center. 2410
Leon Blvd., on Weda
22, at 8 p.m.
Members of the me
committee met at the
Mrs. S. Altmnn this week
cuss plans ;for a raeri
drive to be held in
future.

To Mark Child's!
Miami Beach Mizrachil
will celebrate World
Child's Day with a prop
Israeli film on Sunday, T
19, at 8 p.m. at the
Miami Beach, according ll
Nat Hochman, president [
Joseph Brenner is chain
the event
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UDAY. FEBRUARY 17, 1950
*Jew is* flcrkiktr
'stimonial Will
lonor Rabbi Grauer
Z ingrogatloil Beth El will
a testimonial dinner in
of i;s spiritual leader,
: Murray Grauer, on Sunday,
. February 26, at the Dora
I Memorial Hall.
>b: uary 26 will mark the com- \
f lour years of leadership !
part of the rabbi in the
relegation and in the commun- |
I it large. It also marks the |
y ition of his fourth wedding1
jiversary.
the rabbi's guidance, the;
El Center was erected and i
,. ileted last year. The congre-
l. :: expanded its services with :
fob: Grauer's election to the!
|p;-.. enlarged its membership!
religious school considerably..
; Grauer came to Congre-
I: Beth El after having been
|ained by the Yeshiva Uni-
. in February, 1946. He re-
ped his elementary education
the Yeshiva Rabbi Israel
Bitter, and his secondary edu-
lon aUhe Talmudical Academy
he Yeshiva University. He is
r.iduate of the Teacher's In-
ite of the Yeshiva University,
ilso received his Bachelor's
Ire from that institution. He
is a Master's degree from Co-
bb:a University in the field of
itxal science.
fleeted by Sidney H. Palmer,
srient, to head the dinner
twuttee were Phillip Berk-
Lewis Green and Meyer
fteting Scheduled
meeting of the Sisterhood of
aregation Beth El will be held
Beth El Center on Tuesday,
kruary 21, at 8 p.m., according
p announcement by Mrs. Jack
). president.
Sharet Chapter Holds
Valentine Party
Sharet Chapter, B'nai B'rith
Young Women, held a Valentine
party Saturday night at the home
?{. Mr- aond Mrs. Bernard Roscn-
blum, 1836 S.W. 22nd Terr.
Miss Miriam Lieberman was
chairman of the affair and assist-
ing her were Mrs. Harriet Rosen-
olum. Romesa Rosenthal, Rosalyn
Morris and Marilyn Greenberg.
Workmen's Circle
To Hold Dinner
The Workmen's Circle Branch
692 and its Women's Club, will
hold a special dinner at the
Lyceum, 25 Washington Ave., Mi-
ami Beach, on Sunday February
19. at 6:30 p.m.
Guest of honor will be the
national chairman of the organ-
izational committee. J. Fishman.
Children of the Workmen's
Circle School will present Yiddish
songs. A trio will play modern
music.
PAGE SEVEN
Hebrew Academy
Women To Meet
Schwartzman To Speak
Louis benwartzman, executive
director of the Bureau of Jewish
Education, will speak on "Music
of Palestine" at the weekly adult
forum of the Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center on Monday, Feb.
20, at 8:15 p.m. in the center
lounge. This lecture is in cele-
bration of Jewish Music Month.
Purim Festival Slated
The T'fereth Israel Ladies
Auxiliary is making plans for a
Purim Festival to be held Sun-
day, February 26, at 7:30 p.m. at
3350 N.W. 7th Ave.
The group, which aims to
further Jewish education in the
Buena Vista and Allapattah sec-
tions, has organized a Sunday
School which meets at N.W. 41st
St and 7th Ave.
dio Workshop For Democracy
inched; Program Set For Feb. 22
adu Workshop for Demo- Men's Christian Association, Gesu
a new community-wide
nj'.:c weekly live radio series
luman relations, will be in-
iced Wednesday, February
10:15 p.m. over station
pallatizing programs for corn-
bigotry and discrimina-
Drama Guild, and Florida region-
al office, Anti-Defamation League
of B'nai B'rith.
Inauguration of the 13-week
series marks the first Florida
community wide, community-
sponsored live dramatic radio
series for enriching the American
and advancing democratic democratic concept.
relationships, the new
will present weekly plays
gaily prepared for radio with
talent participating,
[immunity organizations poin-
^in the sponsorship of the
pain are the Young Women's
Association, Young
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1334 18th Street
Miami Beach
The first presentation in this
series is entitled "Brotherhood
Week." and coincides with the
opening of the Brotherhood Week
observance in Dade County.
Players appearing in the first
program are Mrs. Gertrude Marx,
Harry Sharp and Bernard Hutner!
Hutner, newly appointed as-
sistant director, Florida regional
office, Anti-Defamation League,
is serving as technical adviser of
the series with Mrs. Marx as
director. Members of the co-
ordinating committee, besides
Hutner and Mrs. Marx, are Mrs.
Evelyn Dean, Miss Dorothy Bag-
ley, Mr. and Mrs. George Rickelt,
J. Stewart Dean and Gilbert j!
Balkin.
All organizations and indi-
viduals interested in participating
in the new series may contact
Bernard Hutner at the Florida
Regional Anti-Defamation League
office, 330 Seybold Building.
Mrs. Lynne Levin
The Hebrew Academy Women
will meet Tuesday, February 21,
at 1:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs!
Harry Genet, 5101 Lakeview Dr.
Miami Beach.
Highlight of the afternoon will
be a discussion of "Marriage and
Family Relations" by Dr. Dora
Clemmer, executive secretary of
Marriage and Family Life Council
of Miami. Mrs. Louis Levin, pro-
gram chairman, who is also a
member of the Art League and
has won various awards at art
exhibits, will initiate the question
period following the lecture. Mrs.
Morris Skop will discuss "Purim
and Contemporary Jewish Life."
Reports will be given by Mrs.
Isidore Goldberg and Mrs. There-
sa Arnold Brand.
A Purim carnival is being ar-
ranged by Mrs. Irving Firtel and
her room mothers committee, to-
gether with the parents and
students of the academy. Plans
for the booths, costumes, enter-
tainment, refreshments and prizes
will be discussed at this meeting.
Mrs. Alfred Stone is president
of the organization, and Mrs.
Irving Lehrman is chairman of
the board.
United Synagogue
Sabbath Scheduled
The Jewish Community Center
of Hollywood will join the
nationwide Observance of United
Synagogue Sabbath on Friday
evening, February 17, with a
round of special events.
The observance will be high-
lighted by a special service to be
conducted by Rabbi Jacob J.
Honig.
Seymour Liebman will be the
guest speaker. His subject will
be "The Role of the United
Synagogue. Liebman is the chair-
man of the Brooklyn section of
the United Synagogue and di-
rector of the Brooklyn region
of the ZOA. A special musical
program has been prepared for
the service with Hattie Wagner
as guest soloist.
An Oneg Shabbat sponsored bv
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Colitz, Mrs.
Herman Diamond, Dr. and Mrs.
H. Bluestone, Dr. and Mrs. Clem
Geronemus ad Dr. Bernard Mill-
off will be held following the
service.
HOY Chapter To
Hold Shower
DOV Chapter of Mizrachi will
sponsor a linen shower at the
home of Mrs. Samuel Wilchyk. 41
S.W. 16th Ave., on Wednesday,
February 22. Luncheon will be
served at 12 noon.
Admission will be linennew
or in excellent conditionwhich
will be sent to the Orphaned
Children's Village in Ranana,
Israel.
Assisting Mrs! Wilchyk, chair-
man of the affair, with details are
the Mesdames Hyman Pertes, Jay
Katz, Samuel Geltner and Morris
Spafr.
B & P Games Party
The Miami Beach Business and
Professional Hadassah will spon-
sor a games party at the
Sagamore Hotel on Monday,
February 20, at 8 p.m. All pro-
ceeds from the affair will go to
the H.M.O. project of the group.
KURT WELLISCH, B.B.A., J.D.
CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
Announces
The Opening Of His Office At
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PHONES 5-9806 58-4246
Robert Bronner To
Wed Louisville Girl
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Levy, Louis-
ville, Ky., announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Betty
Jane, to Robert Bronner, son of
Mrs. Marvin Bronner of Miami
Beach and the late Mr. Bronner.
The bride-elect is a senior at
the University of Miami. She
previously attended the Uni-
versity of Kentucky. Mr. Bronner
is a graduate of St. Patrick's,
Miami Beach, and the University
of Miami. He belongs to Pi
Lamba Phi fraternity.
Pioneer Women
Plan Dinner
In observance of World Jewish
Child's Day, Pioneer Women Club
One of Miami Beach will sponsor
a dinner on Thursday, February
23, at 6 p.m. at the Workmen's
Circle Hall, 25 Washington Ave.,
Miami Beach, according to Mrs.
Henry Seitlin, president.
Proceeds will go to the Emer-
gency Children's Rescue Fund.
Personally Speaking
Mrs. Ben Kandel is now recuperating at home after a stay
at Edgewater Hospital. Visiting the Kandels from Washington,
D. C. are their brother and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Julius H. Wolpe,
and sister, Mrs. Jennie Cooper. The Washingtonians are guests
at the St. Moritz Hotel, Miami Beach.
ONLY ONE WEEK LEFT TO MAKE RESERVATIONS!
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. Grundwerg
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 Schechter5-5785
Mrs. Grundwerg5-3959 Mrs. Reuihard3-1244
Membership of Daughters of Israel $5.00
Members are entitled to purchase a $5.00 yearly ticket
for the use of the ritualorium facilities.
Gartenberg & Schechter's
HOTEL HELENE
1030 15th Street, Miami Beach. Fla.
Now Accepting Reservations for
the Sidorim and the Entire
Passover Holiday
TELEPHONE 5-5785
KOSHER L'MHADRIN
ie GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH
The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association, Partid-
ng Agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, in-
ns the public that:
' 1 D 2 displayed
1 0 J are not
and yet not be
I'l'k.Mis with the OMVH ring it "ID Jure endorsed only when
A are ,re8hl>' killed and not when they are froien.
W other information about Kashruth call our Director. Rabbi
feph E* Rackovsky. 818 Michigan Avenue, Telephone 5-3595.
RRY SIRKIN. Pres. H. SOOTIN. Sec.
BEAR. Vice Pres. S. LOBEL, Trees.

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TODAY, FEBRUARY n
Notional Council To Help Eliqibles
File Indemnification Act CMm
Beginni*, Monday. .fJWfw^T^l 314 Langlord
llabbi ^hnonhoff
llics At 8
no*.-* "i"..'''.'";-A'" "'' '
ST.IRJEfiJl*
fihas been enacted in the tour
Bender of the U. S. Occupation
Zone in Germany.
1 Since the deadline for mailii
claims bv registered mail
and no extention
will, in all P
"">J",-.;..,.,.,., f,......,,. ..,
1v
**
lappl:
a^. possible.
^Official application forms tfill
''be available I <*ants.pf':
sor.s may apply who. unde
thzi were Pew
[Xause of racial, religious and
Ufealogical grounds and have
.tHenlMiv suffered damage to
. and iimb. health, liberty, poses-
stons. pi 1 economic aa-
ri vani-em ;nt.
The law applies only to the t >ur
I, of the U. s. Zone ol
6 Occupation in Germanj (Bi
Hesse, Wuerttemberg-Baden ana
Bremen); it does not includ.
other zones or the Western
sectors of Berlin.
Onlv those persons are elij
to file claims who had their
i ;,. domicile nr usual resi-
dence within one of the aiore-i
mentioned Laender cm January i,
9 1947: died or emigrated prior to,
? Januarv 1. 1947 and had their last
' domicile or residence within one
2 of the said Laender: resided in a
& DP camp in the U. S. Zone on
1 Januaiv 1. 1947 or emigrated 01
will emigrate from there after
December 31, 1946. The right to
claim indemnification shall also,
under certain conditions, pass to
the heirs of such persons.
Types of damage or loss to be
indemnifii d are loss of life, i.e. it
the p was kilhd or driv-
en to death, purposely or wanton-
ly (Fo m A) d to body or
health, i.e. il a pi rsecutee suf-
fered T< than
damage to his buy or health in
nnection with persecu-
te of whether .
pnsonment wi
plemented within i "
Lf S Zone
,: nany (Porn C :
posessions and |
persecutee suffi .
,sion or property
I action, etc. Form D>:
to economic advance
E>.
Claimants wl
mentary evidence for their
Sd enclose a sworn statement
giving all data available to prove
demand. One copy oi such
evidence is required. The applica-
tj in form must be execut.
an, and should be notai
The American Federation oi
Jews from Central Europe. Inc.
reports thai monies assigned t
ssful claimants in this coun-
try will be deposited in a blocked
account in Germany and cannot,
esent. be transfern
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Sisterhood To Meet
A meeting of th< S I
the Miami Hebrew S.
c ingregation is heduled for
Tuesday, Februarj 21, at the
,] building, 1101 sw
\vc. according to an ann i i
menl from Mrs. Joseph Schw
pri lent,
Mrs. Simon Apr:!, cultural
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to aid 1 H< brew sch iol will be
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ROKEACH
S?JW$pups
Rabbi J. J- S
,bi Jacob J. S
I Harry S
columnist, passed awa> Fi
ing. three days before his
.-ninth birthday. .
Rabbi Simon!-, iff, wh i madems
home with his daughters. Mrs.
r ise Loudan and Mrs. Fannj
: n Ave.. :.:
was bom in Lithuania and
to the United Stat,
1893. ... J
He was the first i ibbi
\ vas Achim Synagogue in At-
lanta, serving there I
He then be< I
of Brith Sholom C mgn i-
tion m Charleston, where he re-
mained for 21 years. In 1922 he
went to New V k I i serve the
egation Talmud Torahl
Moses. He held the pulpit I
ten y< ai s bel re c wring I Miami
Beach to live in retirement.
Patriarchal in appearance and
rigidl\ adhering to orthodox
Ju laism, Rabbi Sim rnhofi was
a noted Hebrew sch ilar and an
authority on Jewish religious
i,- variety of
liturgical music an I il his
sitions will on be pub-
Besides his s >n, Harrj
daughters, he leaves a in, S
local attorney.
Sen e R \
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! and i.i : di n Funei .'1 Home
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SIPAY, FEBRUARY 17.1950
iafkin Heads
irdiae Chapter
Louis Shafkin, Miami Beach
Jireler, was named president of
ins Chapter No. One of the
Itional Children's Cardiac
me. He succeeds Abbot A.
j-lin who was forced to step
tvn under the press of business.
rlin became vice president,
ing Shafkin's place.
resident of Florida for the
25 years, Shafkin is a mem-
of the BPOE, B'nai B'rith,
sons. Shriners, Miami Beach
Bmber of Commerce, Odd
flows. Miami Showmen's As-
lation and Kiwanis Club.
Other officers of the group are
try Erlanger, Frank Steinberg,
Tunick and Ed Dornbush,
presidents; Abe L. Pollack,
tetary; David R. Rifas, treas-
r; Joel Hoch, auditor.
^knl^t tkrkfinr
: *i
PAGE NINE
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
kinple Isaiah
|ans Parim Fete
Smple Isaiah will hold a
Im party at Copa City on
day evening, February 26, ac-
ing to an announcement by
fried Geismar, president,
he program will include a
plete festival dinner and the
Copa City show featuring
t Thomas.
Shonfeld is chairman of
bommittee. Serving with him
pis committee are A. J. Harris,
rge J. Bertman, Ben Tupler,
I Clara Mae Van Ness, Mrs.
ISchonfeld, David Trau, Sieg-
Geismar, Joseph Rosenthal,
Jacobi. Herbert Gutman, Mr.
/Irs. Ben Silver and Mr. and
Aaron Courshon.
meeds will be allocated to
Hiding fund for a permanent
for the Temple Isaiah con-
ation. Additional information
tickets may be obtained by
bg 82-1581.
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Si. '., ,St- Hebrew classes under
direction of Rev. Philip Fried at 6701
?;" .4th Ave- on Mondays and
Ihur.sdavf. from 4 to 6 p.m.
North Dad* Jewish Center
(Conservative). 13630 W. Dixie
Highway. North Miami.
Friday evening services at 8 o m
Saturday morning- services at 9. Sun-
day school 10 a.m.
First Jewish Congregation of
Coral Gables. 2410 Ponce de Leon
Blvd. (Conservative).
Friday evening services at 830
An Oneg Shabbat will be held follow-
ing: the services. Members and friends
are invited to attend
Flagler- Granada Jewish Cen-
ter. 175 S.W. 45th Ave.
Saturday services at 9 a.m.
Israelite Center (General). 3346
S.W. 24lh St
Dally services at 7:30 a.m. and" 5:30
p.m Saturday morning services at 9.
North Shore Jewish Center
(Conservative). 916 Everglades
Concourse, Miami Beach (Aits
Chaim Congregation). Rov. Philip
Fried.
imi AJC Unit
Meet Monday
fleeting of the Miami Chap-
Women's Division of the
pcan Jewish Congress, will
Ud at the Garden Restaurant,
IS.W 8th St., on Tuesday,
p 21.
tnch will be served at 11:30
land the business meeting
get under way at 1 p.m.
of the city commissioners
be guests at the meeting.
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Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m.
ino rabbi will speak. An open forum
discussion and an Oneg Shabbat fol-
lows. .Saturday morning services at
.1:15 a.m. Sunday school at 10 a.m. at
Uiscayne Klementary School.
N. W. Religious Congregation.
3681 N. W. 2nd St
Services Saturday morning at :Q0
o'clock.
Congregation Beth Tfilah (Or-
thodox). 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami
Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovsky.
Friday evening services at 6:00 p.m.
Oneg Shabbat at 8:30 p.m. Saturday
morning services at 8:30. During the
morning service Rabbi Hackovsky will
conduct the services and speak on
"The i'ortion of the Week." At 4:30
the rabbi will speak on "Protective
Measures." followed by Mincha*,
Shalosh Seudos and Maarlv. Morning
services daily at 7 and 8 a.m. Class
in Mlshnah at 7:30 a.m. Evening
services daily at 6 p.m. followed by-
class in Laws and Customs. Maarlv
follows, ('lasses will be conducted bv
Rabbi Rackovsky.
Congregation xoung Israel (Or-
thodox). 4001 Chase Ave., Miami
Beach.
Weekday services 8 a.m., Saturdays
il a.m Mincha 5:45 on weekdays; 5:30
on Fridays. Saturday Mincha at 5
p.m. followed by Shalos Seudos.
T'Fereth Israel Congregation of
Miami (Orthodox). 4302 N.W. 7th
Avenue.
Friday evening services at 3 p.m.:
Saturday morning at 9:30 a.m. All
residents in that area are invited to
attend.
Coral Gables Jewish Center
(Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop;
Cantor Joseph W. Malek; Steve
Kessler. organist. Palermo Ave.
near Le Jeune.
Friday night services at 8:15.
Sermon by Rabbi Skop. finest speaker
Dr. Ponald Michelson, director of
Hillel Foundation of the University of
.Miami. Oneg Shabbat by Sisterhood.
Adult classes on Wednesday at 8
p.m. Youth Groups Wednesdays and
Thursday at 8:30; Dally Hebrew
School and Sunday Religious School
at 10 a.m. Saturday morning Torah
service at 9:45. Kiddush by Mr. and
Mrs. 1.. Mason.
Temple Israel (Reform). 137
N.E. 19th St. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan.
Rabbi Emeritus.
Friday evening services at 8:15
2jJiMiH- Kaplan will conduct the
vLhon %"",? **** wl" be Rabbi
nXfwS'S^P of Temple Emanu-
H\w New York, who win deliver the
addi ess. Mrs. Emanuel Larlck will
LV> .Lhe n'e*slngs over the candles,
sabbath eye reception under sisterhood
rh f er' ,Ve and refreshments
chairman, will be assisted by Mrs
~SrJ.y ,}' sl,mons. hospitality chalr-
Mar- r?*ri. E1,ry ,Slone- "-o-chairmn;
Mrs Gordon Davis and Mrs. Frank
A. lerlman. hostesses for February
Saturday morning services at 11 a.m.
Dr. Kaplan will speak on "Hebrew
Laws About Strangers." The members
or the confirmation class will par-
ticipate.
Jewish Community Center
(Conservative). 2020 Polk St..
Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig;
Guest soloist. Mrs. Hattie Wagner.
Early Friday services at 5:3". bate
1-ridny services at 8:15. Guest speaker
mX!?S*. I'lenman who will discuss
The Role of the I'nlled Synagogue."
Saturday morning services at 9:30
Rabbi will preach on "Weekly I'ortion
or the law." Sunday morning religious
school assembly on occasion of Wash-
ington's birthday, film "Sons of
Liberty will be shown depicting
episode on life of Haym Solomon.
Hebrew Academy. 918 61h St.
Miami Beach.
Friday evening services at 5:45.
Saturday morning at 8 a.m. Sol L.
sugarman, principal, will deliver a ser-
nion on "Laws and Ordinances." Class
in study of Mlshna Saturday at AU,
p.m Mincha services at 5:30 followed
by Shalos Seudos. Daily Bible classes
j at 5:15 p.m. Daily Services at 8:00
a.m. and 5:15 p.m
Temple Betn Bnolom (Liberal),
4144 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach.
Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor
Samuel Kelemer.
i, ^'day- evening services at f:15.
Rabbi Kronish will speak on "Hy-
drogen. Heaven and Hell." Sabbath
service at 10:45 a.m. Sunday school
at 9:45. Hebrew school 3:15 p.m. Mon-
day through Thursday. Wedncsdav
night forum at 8:45 on "Can We Have
a Common American Judaism "
Temple Isaiah (Reform). 1536
Bay Road. Miami Beach. Rabbi
Moshay P. Mann.
Friday evening services at 8:15,
conducted by Rabbi Moshay P. Mann
with Dr. Paul Heck as Cantor. Sermon
topic will be What Price Brother-
hood?" in observance of Brotherhood
\ eek. Free religious school meets
, Sunday morning at 10.
Congregation Beth David (Con-
servative), Coral Way and 26th
Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev.
Maurice Mamches.
On Friday from 8:30 to 9 services
. will he broadcast over station WWl'lI.
i Rabbi Shapiro will discuss "I'nited
We ProsperDivided We Falter."
Floral offering will he made by Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Cohen in memory Of
Mrs. Cohen's mother. Dr. and Sirs.
Harold Rand will give the Oneg Shab-
bat. This Sabbath (Shabhos Shckolim)
the rabbi will speak on "Loyalties.'*
Services will begin at 9 a.m. and the
rabbi will expound on the I'ortion
, of the Law, student Cong. Saturdaj
'at 10:30 a.m. Hebrew school between
3:3(1 and 6:30 p.m. daily
Congregation Beth El (Ortho-
dox). 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi
Murray Grauer.
Friday evening services at 5:45 p.m.
Friday forum at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi
Murray Grauer will preach on "Our
Laws and Morality." A reception will
follow. Hosts will be Rabbi and Mrs.
Isadore Shoulson. Saturday morning
services at 8:30. Rabbi Grauer will
preach on the I'ortion of the Week.
Junior Congregation at 1 a.m. Mincha
at 5:30 p.m. rollowed by Shalos Shudos.
Sunday school 10 a:m. Daily religious
school J:30 to 6:30. Daily religious
services 8 a.m. and 5:45 p.m.
Congregation Both Jacob (Or-
thodox), 301-311 Washington Ato,
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff.
Services will be held Friday evening
at 5:45. Late Friday evening forum at
8:30.Rabbl Mesiheloff will lecture on
'Modern Karaites." Cantor Feder will
lead communal singing. Saturday
morning at 8:30 Goest Speaker Rabbi
Kllrzcr Silver, president of the Union
of Orthodox Rabbis of the United
States and Canada will address the
congregation. Jonlor Congregation at
10 a.m. directed by A. J. Shafra.
Mincha at 5:45 followed by Shalos
.Seudos. Rabbi will speak on "the I'or-
tion of the Week. Dally school from
3:30 to 6:30 Monday through Thursday
and 9 a.m. to noon on Sunday.
Temple Emanu-El (Reform),
1801 S. Andrews Ave., Fort Laud-
erdale. Dr. Marius Hanson. Rabbi.
Dr. Alexander Brin of Boston, editor,
educator and civic leader, will be
guest speaker In honor of National
Brotherhood Week observance. Rabbi
Ranson will conduct the service and
present the speaker who Is publisher
of the Jewish Advoiate of Boston. A
rereptlon will be held following the
services which will begin at 8:15 ami
end at 9:30. Mrs Morris Nankin is
president of the Sisterhood which will
tender the reception.
Congregation Knesoth Israel
(Orthodox), 1415 Euclid Ave..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H.
Ever.
Mincha Friday at 5:45. Guest Cantor
Morcal Haucr, of Vienna, will officiate
Oneg Sabbath Forum at 8:30 conducted
by Rabbi Ever who will speak on
Jewish ReligionSocial Justice and
Democracy." Refreshments will be
served following the forum. Saturday
morning service at S:30 conducted bv
Cantor Hauer. Rabbi Ever will address
the congregation. At 4:30 p.m. the
rabbi will deliver a lecture on the
Portion of the Week followed by
Mincha at 5 p.m. and Shalos Seudos.
nmlros and remarks by guests. Maariv
to follow. Daily services at 8 a m
evening at 5:30. Daily Hebrew school
from 3:30 Monday through Thursdav:
religious school Sunday at in a.m.
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center (Conservative), 1701
Washington Ave.. Miami Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor
Jacob Y. Goldring.
Late Friday service at 8:30 p.m.
In observance of Brotherhood Week
guest speaker will be Rev. J. Mitchell
Taylor, minister of All Souls Episcopal
Church and president of the Miami
Beach Clergy Council At Saturday
morning services the rabbi will preach
on the Weekly Portion of the Law.
Bar Mltsvah of Fred, sou of Mr. and
Mrs. Simon B Rot win Ik; and Kenneth,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Wilpon.
Daily services at 8 a.m. and u:30 p.m.?
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W.
12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April-
Cantor Borele Kelemer.
Friday evening services at 6:00.
l-atc Friday evening forum at 8:15.
In honor of AZA Sabbath, Chapter
322 will participate In the services.
Oneg Shabbat will follow. The public
Is Invited. Services Saturday morning
at 8:30 a.m, rabbi's topic will be "The
Influence of the Bible Upon the
World." Mischna class at 5 p.m. fol-
lowed by Mincha and Maariv services.
Bar Mitzvah services Sunday morning
at 8:30 followed by a Bar Mitzvah
breakfast. Sunday school at 10 a.m.
Hebrew school dally 3:15 to 6:15 p.m.
Daily services at 7:30 p.m. and 6 p.m.
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FRIDAY, FEBRUABY ||
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PAGE TEN
North Shore Unit
To Receive Torah
Rabb, Morris A. Skop will give
the principal address at Be
Sivum Hatorah at the North
Shore Jewish Center on Sunda>
night February 26. Mr. and Mrs.
fcadore Goldman, formerly ol
Chicago, will present a i.'rah to
the newly formed cent< -
monies to be held at Temple Beth
Shol
Others on the program an
Mav Ha Id Turk; D J
H. Kaplan, president of the Miami
Rabbinical Assembly; R '
Philip Fried, act
North Shon Jewish Center: C n-
. Paul C isli 'i l
brother-in- t the G
Cantor Maurice Mamches, Cantor
Samuel Kelemer; Melvin Pazol,
president of tin center, and Mrs
Sam Donin. president of the
sistei h >od. .
The Rev. Fried will conduct the
Chupah ceren-.ony for the roran
and all present will be given the
opportunity to have their names
inscribed in this first scroll
presented to the congregation.
Refreshments will be served in
the patio at 6:30 p.m. and the
program will begin in the temple |
at 7.
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indicating information regarding the dc-
Miami .. subjec1 may be secured bv
writing either directly to the
Florida Representatives in Con-
ess oi the Citizens' Committee
Ponce de ;~n Displaced Persons ^
Fiah Fry Slated
The West Miami Jewish rj
is sponsoring a fish fry an(],
tourney on Sunday, Februaj
at 1 p.m. at Matheson Bam
Lou Grant is donating ri
Proceeds from the affair i
towards the ennstruetk-
new building. Reservation,
be made by calling Ralph*
- StonXr^w YoTk 16 N. Y
' ...,.nt%.n. i-...v>... ,n,rmating regarding the
Margaret Truman, daughter of
the President of the United States,
will appear in concert here on
Sunday. February 18. at 3 p.m.
and Monday. February 19. at; 8.30
p.m. at the Miami High School
auditorium. ____________,
V-V Frai Marks
25th Birthday
Friday, February 17. marks the
beginning of a three-day celebra-
tion bv Florida Delta Chapter of
Pi Lambda Phi at the University
of Florida in honor of its silver
anniversary.
Burning of tne nouse mortgage
and initiation of new members
will highlight the events. De in
of Engineering Joseph Weil,
ti r adviser, will light the
match to the i Sal
night at the semi-1 al banquet.
s. tui la> nin thi
will bi initiated Fi llov ing
initiation an alumni meeting
will be hi
Registrati n Frid ftern r
foil wed by a buffet
supper and soi n the
new patio.
Brothers oi Pi Lambda Phi have
distinguished themselves on the
campus. Seventeen members have
been elected to Ph: Beta Kappa.
eighteen to the Florida Blue Key,
five to the hall of fame, five have
been among university's top ten
debators.
Jan Peeree To
lng March ."
Jan Peerce. American ti n
currently in his ninth wospp with
Metropolitan Opera, will sing
>n Sunday. March i, at the
Miami Beach Jewish Center.
Peerce ,o....s to Miami Beach
after his annual engagemenl
the San Francisco Opera Where
ppeared for the first time in
the "role of Don Ottavio in
s "Don Giovanni.
He preceded his San Francisco
dates with a round of sun
ncerts in New York at the
Lewis,.hn Stadium, Philadelphia
at the Robin Hood Dell. Wash-
ington, D. C. at the Watergate
C erts and at festivals in Mon-
and Red Rocks. Coloi
His numen us b st-selling RCA
y |ji have made his
internatii nally famous and
he has been repeatedly invited
to appi the principal cities
of Europe His American com-
mittments thus far have made a
special trip abroad impossible but
Peerce is scheduled to sing for
the first time on the continent
at the end of the current season.
The concert is sponsored by the
Miami Beach Jewish Center
Sisterhood. Chairman of the event
is Mrs. Ira Cole Walsey.
its .n, option.
l9Sul tof 1 thV':':
will b "B solv, I That House
Resol ngD
the : ,, k
: Bill Should *
Twenty B'nai Brith lodges n
the state\-ill stimulate the hh
schools in their particular local y
ito en:,. th .mpeutwn, witn
.finals Listed for Dade
n April 13 and 14. The
affirmative and negative
hools through-
. ... state will come to Miami
to compete in the linals on Apni
20 and 21. ...
Winners of the contest will
receive a one-week all expense
trio to Washington, D. C.. tor
themselves and their coach and
their school will gain possession
the revolving citizenship
thei informating regarding the
debate mav be obtained by calling
the B'nai B'rith Council._________
Form Law Partnership
Robert A. Kanter and Frank
M Marks announce the formation
partnership for the practice
of law under the firm name of
Kanter and Marks with offices at
932 du Pont Building.
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Presiding:
CANTOR SAMUEL KELEMER
President. Cantors' Assoc. of
Greater Miami
Guest Speaker:
HERMAN LEFKOWITZ
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Publisher of New York
In Obervance of
Jewish Music Month
Arrangements:
CANTORS LOUIS FEDER
JACOB Y. GOLDRING
BERELE KELEMER
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Will be a Testimonial Banquet in Honor of Their Esteemed Spiritual Leader
RABBI ISAAC H. EVER
Sunday. February lth, at 8 Mi.
V 14 TOR HOTEL
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RABBI IRVING LEHRMANGuest Speaker
CANTOR LEIBELE TRAINER, of New YorkGuest Cantor
EMIL COHEN, Nationally Famous Humorist
ABRAHAM FINESTONE, Pres. MAX LIPPMAN, Vice Pres.
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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 17. 1950
Irili David Unit
lans Luncheon
The Sisterhood of Beth David
hold a reward luncheon and
a:d party at the home of Mrs.
Gordon. 2201 South Miami
[:, on Tuesday, February 21, at
1 p.m.
IA new member will be the
mission fee.
Working on the affair are Mrs.
tank Rose. Mrs. E. E. Merlin
ad Mrs. Max Bergman.
[Reservations may be made by
filing Mrs. Rose at 4-7722 or
Bergman at 3-5837.
LEGAL NOTICES
*Jmt*hik*&bu)
LEGAL NOTICE
PAGE ELEVEN
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE '
IN THB N^^T-ON
T.;mTV OP THeWVoF
Thl>
nilif office of the Secretary of
en"i of an ,lRie f F,orWn- a Con-
sent of all the stockholders under
Hi aJ?-f.f?..r.'-da' A.cts f Showing
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION the dissolution of such corporation
llli: CIRCUIT COURT OF THE '"><> >* Secretary of State is "aUsHe i
M.KVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT I "t the requirements of law h-it-e
IF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE be<" """Plied with
ol'NTY. IN CHANCERY, No. I-"* WITNESS W
BOSH
IRRAINE DORMAN, Defendant.
fraine Dorraan,
ontgomery Street,
York City, N. Y.
cu are required to serve a copy of
(i answer to the BUI of Complaint
Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney,
to file the original answer in the
Ice of the Clerk of the Circuit
irt on or before the 20th day of
N h, A.D. 1950; otherwise, the Bill
Complaint for Divorce, heretofore
herein, will be taken as confessed
you.
tted at Miami, Florida, this 15
of February, 1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade Count}-, Florida.
ftuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE
, Deputy Clerk.
ie and Address of
miffs Solicitor:
LTON A. FRIEDMAN.
1 Seybold Building,
nl. Florida.
f-24 3/3-10 .
INOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME CAW
lOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
undersigned, desiring to engage in
new under the fictitious name of
Silver Club at Dade Countv, Flor-
intends to register said name
the Clerk of the Circuit Court
pade County, Florida.
ADOLPH A. HOLLANDER
... ,'?ll ^ w- lRt s'ret. Miami
|-*-i 3/3-10-11
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
THK CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
KVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
dwS FOR DADE COUNTY,
OR1DA. IN CHANCERY, No!
,N"VJ".B', iJZKOWITZ, Plaintiff,
I LI CILLE ITZKOW1TZ. De-
noant.
LI "CILLE ITZKOWITZ
Si hoolheuse Road
!VITTOWN, NEW YORK
ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
suit Tor divorce has been
Pr-, -,",;:'.!' you DV BERNARD
n/.KO\VITZ. and you are required
irve a copy of your written de-
any. on the Plaintiff's
ney and file the original in the
>l the Clerk of the Circuit
,f ,?:'0, n, d*,fa*"' f which the
of ( cmp alnt will be taken as
[eased against you.
' (1 this 13 day of February. 1950
E B. LEATHERMAN,
, ~c,erk;Pf ,ne Circuit Court.
II Court Seal)
By R. H. RICE, JR.,
*W>E J. TAL.ANOF^PUly ^
,">"> for Plaintiff
Lincoln Road
I"' Beach. Florida
?-'4 3/3-10
have
WHEREOF, I
have hereunto set my hand and
State of Florida, at Tallahassee,
the Capital, this the 8th day of
(sEFebruary. A.D. ,950.
R. A. GRAY,
Secretary of State.
LEGAL KOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
T?iT8AMUEL KAUFMAN
i Allerton Avenue
Bronx, New Vorlt
,v"1' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
,,.;' ''', su" f"r Ulvorce has been
w\r',1;?""'1 v"" ,,y l!osl': STUHL
S.VV. ., ,1"'1 y"u are required to
erve ,i copy <.i von written defenses,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
23530.
In Re: ESTATH < >F EDITH
WILLKTT SURKEIN, also known
as EDITH WILI.KTT, 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
notlfled and required to present any
claims and demands which vou, or
LEGAL NOTICE.
taken as confessed against "you.
Dated this 13 day of February, 19.10
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Courthouse In Dade Countv, Florida,
within eight calendar month's from the
date of the first publication hereof.
,.. c- ,, f Circuit Court. Said claims or demands to contain the
(C.rcuit Court Seal) [legal address of the claimant and to
y H._RICE, JR., be sworn to and presented as afore-
2/17-24 3/3-10
Deputy Clerk.
2/17/50
__ NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF
OFEFf?ISTr?a J"PaL CUtOT
COI^TV IDA',lN ASP. *.* DADE
129712 ~ IN CHANCERY, No.
ELMER E. HELDT, Plaintiff v
JPBSSUS'SSKl Defendant '"
TO: LOUISE HELDT,
Residence Unknown '
n.n f f? n?r?by notified that a
hiin fnJ.0mp-alnt ,or Wvorce has
been filed against you, and you are
Required to serve a copy of your
Answer or Pleading to the Bill of
-omplalnt on the Plaintiff's Attornev,
5* o"Uw .^'"y. wnose address Is
27. S*>bo'd 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, Judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
ronded In the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weekR
in THE JEWISH FLOR1D1AN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 24. day of January. A.D.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Coort,
, ,. Dade cu"y. Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: WM. W. STOCKING,
E. PAUL BEATTY ^^^ ^^
Attorney at Law
627 Seybold Building
Miami 32, 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 of
Fleet wood Store Fixtures at 116 N. E.
13th Street. Miami, Florida, intend!
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
MILTON BRAND
Sole Owner
2/3-10-17-24
,k- t.N,OTICE BY. PUBLICATION
\T,,-C1RCUIT COURT OF THE
f^EY5TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT^
FlOPinJ F?v, DADE COUNTY
FaoM" ~ CHANCERY, No.
H'&3Sfi% Plaintiff, vs.
ROSE WIENER. Defendant.
TO: ROSE WIENER,
c/o. Hyman Schneider,
124 West 179th Street.
New York City. New York.
YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to
Si!?" .acopy of your Answer to the
Bill of Complaint In the above cause
for Divorce, on the plaintiff's at-
torneys, and file the original In the
affice of the Clerk, of the Circuit
Si"1"'- ,on or bet otherwise said Bill of Complaint will
be taken as confessed by you
D"'"1 lh's 13th day of February,
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the: Circuit Court
Hade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
MYERS, HE.MAN KAPLAN ^
Solicitors for Plaintiff,
650 Seybold Building,
Miami 32, Florida.
2/17-24 3/3-10
r?n.-DE.R.. P.f.PUBLICATIOfN
I Si' '.'A,''"'ES. Plaintiff, vs.
L.'KA.:!:A,1.:V,'^k4,efendant-
Stratford Avenue,
IX, N,.w York.
' hereby ordered and required
'' copy ,,f your Answer to the
''"ipiaint a copy of which Is
,na ,W,"V'n lntlir At-
ana file the original in the
on ,,. k ltrk of ,ne Circuit
h \"v, ,,^turf ,he 16 <"> f
lid Bill in .'rW.'s,e ,ne ''<-Kntlons
U H1 be taken as confessed
JSruary^MSJ: F1rlda- ,hls ,4 day
E R. LEATHERMAN,
It C,(";nkSeaVhe C'rCUit CUrt-
By WM. W. STOCKING,
E8SEN Deputy Clerk.
fnev fpr Plaintiff.
Ei'y 2 d ,Bu"ding,
Florida.
3/3-10 '
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FI/)RIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
130029.
FLORENCE HAAR, Plaintiff, vs.
ARTHUR HAAR, Defendant.
TO: ARTHUR HAAR
2r. Tudor Place
Tudor City. New York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a Rill for Divorce has been filed
against you in the above entitled
cause and you are hereby required
to serve a copy of your Answer to
the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's
attorney, and file the original in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before March 9th, A.D.
1950.
HATED at Miami, Florida, this C
day of February. A.D. 1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
Eleventh Judicial Circuit, in and
for Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
I "ALLOT. SILVER TATHAM
& WAYNE
Attorneys for Plaintiff
1214-19 Congress Building
Miami, Florida
2/10-17-24 3/3
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
130027.
BLANCHE H. LERCH, Plaintiff, vs.
DAVID W. LERCH, Defendant.
TO: DAVID W. LBRCH,
Headquarters Command,
United States Air Force,
Headquarters and Headquarters
Squadron
Boiling Air Force Base, .
Washington, D. C. '
YOU ARE NOTIFIED a Bill of
Complaint for divorce has- been filed
against you in the above cause and
you are required to serve ;a copy o-f
your Answer on > the plaintiffs at-
torney and file the original In the
Office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before. March 8, 1950;
otherwise the allegations of said Bill
of Complaint will be taken as con-
fessed by you.
February 6, 1950. .
E. B. XEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By G. C. LEWIS. JR.,
Deputy Clerk.
JACK A. ABBOTT, Esq.,
927 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, Fla.
2/10-17-24 3/3
said, or same will be barred. See
Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act.
Date January 13th. A.D. 1950.
THEODORE J. SAKOWITZ.
As Ancillary Administrator of the
F,S.t,,,e.,Sf EDITH WILLETT
SURKEIN. Deceased.
1/20-27 2/3-10
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THB
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL cTRCUTP
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCIERY, No.
129629.
SAM BEITSCII, Plaintiff, vs.
MARY BE1TSCH. Defendant.
TO: MARY BEITSCII
815 Del mar
St. Louis, Missouri
You are hereby ordered and re-
quired to serve a copy of your Answer
to the Bill of Complaint, a en 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 vou.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 20th
day of January, 1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By G. C. LEWIS. JR..
I >cputy Clerk.
SAMUEL J. RAND. Attornev
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 engaged In
business under the fictitious name of
Bonlto Cleaners at 108 S. W. 16th
Avenue. Miami, Florida, intend to
NOTICE UNDER FACTITIOUS
VAmtun ,, W^W H-iiiii- 'i: urn
.h iCEi"^ i1^R?BY OVEN that I register said name with the Clerk
g*.M?*wl*lat .0mag to engage In of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
business under the fictitious name of Florida.
THE BEST VACUUM CLEANER
REPAIR at number 1727 S.W, Sth
Street in the City of Miami, Florida
Intend to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
EDMUND F. RYDZEWSKI
,.___OHARLES W. FISHER
ARONOV1TZ & ARONOVITZ
Attorneys
748 Seybold Bldg.,
Miami, Fla.
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 of
Lu-r.ii Products at 2904 S*. W. 8th
Street, Miami, Florida, Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of |U,tl mulc mo oi.. u .
tne circuit Court of Dade County, ; February, 1950. otherwise the al-
Florida.
____ TOMMY COHEN
BI^ACK, PEARLMAN and COOPER
Attorneys for Applicant
235 Lincoln Road
2/3-10-17-24
MICHAEL SBGALL and
SARAH SEGALL
1/27 2/3-10-17-24
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THB
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FI.ORIDA, IN AND FOR DADB
COUNTY. IN CTHANCERY, No.
129690.
JACOB GROSS, Plaintiff, vs.
CAROLINE GROSS. Defendant.
TO: CAROLINE GROSS
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
attorney, and file the original in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 23rd day of
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I 2/10-17-24 3/3
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
130093.
HERMAN POLLAK. Plaintiff, vs.
CELIA POLLAK, Defendant.
TO: CELIA PoLLAK
c/o Herman Stolzenberg
203 West 95th Street
Apartment 5-B
New York City, New York
YOU ARE REQUIRED to serve a
copy of your answer to the Bill of
Complaint on the Plaintiff's attorneys,
NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 130094.
JOHN S'. MEADOR. Plaintiff, vs.
JULE MEADOR. Defendant.
TO: JULE MEADOR, defendant
Blue Moon Hotel
Lakewood, New Jersey
YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to
serve a copy of jour Answer to the
plaintiff's Bill of Complaint for Di-
vorce, on the plaintiff's solicitors, Turk
and Newman, whose address is 420
Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida,
and file your original Answer In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit
in and for Dade County, Florida, be-
fore the 10 day pf March. 1950, or in
default thereof, a Decree Pro Confesso
will be entered against you.
Dated: February 7, 1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By 3d. C. FEIGE.
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON R. MANNHEIMER
Of Counsel
I legations of said Bill 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)
By 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 of
Biscayne Shore Market at 10MO Bis-
cayne Boulevard, Dade County, Flor-
ida, intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
ALBERT BARON
JOSEPH LEVINS
HARRY DIETZ
Attorney
1/27 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 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,
Florida.
CLYDE SHEPARD
EMILY E. SEYMOUR
Attorney for Applicant
and file the orlcinal answer In the I Seybold Bldg.
Office of the Clerk of the Circuit I Miami. Florida
NIOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
the undersigned, desiring to engage In Attorney for Applicant
business under the fictitious name of i Seybold, Bldg.
Pallant Insurance Agency at 901 N.E. | 2/3-10-17-24 __________
2nd Avenue. Miami, Florida, intends
to register said name with the Clerk
if the Circuit Court of Dade Countv.
Florida.
BERNARD II. PALLANT
LEONARD EGERT
IpTICE BY PUBLICATION
iE SSSSS coutTofN
mm* '.x,IAL circuit of-
JNTY- m.v,AND FOR DARE
iff**:, IN CHANCERY. NV
&rLrmiSunt Avenue
T,ark, New Jersey .
RA||i "erbW notafjed
"en filed (?"nP11n< for BlVorce
*oi"red ,afalnst yo"-"d you
o Vl {*r,ve a copy of your
'laintiff-6 ""'of Complaint on
" ?n .h. a"orney- and file the
Ctr^ ,he Clerk oi
N of MarS, ,,r bMor* tn
By M. C FEIGE.
W RROOKS De,,u* C|erk-
ey for Plaintiff
Florida
3/3-10
V*'-
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THF: CIRCUIT 80URT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
129863. .
NICK HEMSON, Plaintiff, vs. ELSIE
HBMSON, Defendant.
Elsie Hemson, -
Wi Harrisoniwii|
Bronx.. New York:
(Residence) ,,
(Mailing Address> '.
Elsie Hemson, '
:}8 ..oivihiirj2oadrwet.
Care I&TnTriefman, -
Bronx, New York.
You are require*! to serve a copy
of your answer to the Bill-of Com-
>laiBt^4k'-Orvorc'.an the plaintiff's
.attorne?."-and to Hie the original
nsWer In the office ef the .Clerk Of
the Oil>cult < Vurt on or. before the
4th-day of March, A.D. I960; otherwise,
the Blfl of Complaint for Divorce,
heretofore' filed herein, will ^e taken
as confessed by you.. -
Dated at Miami. Florida, -this the
t0 day of Jasuary, 1950.
B. B., LStATHBRMA**. .
Clerk fit the Circuit Court.
-. TJakOe County, Florida.
(Crrcnit- court Seal)'"
By WM. W. STOCKING,
MILTON A- FRlEDMANr"
Pbtlnttfra Solicitor
NW3 .Seybold. Building.
Miami. FtorMa.
I/J-10-1T-24
Court on or before the 10th day of
March. 1950. In the above entitled
cause for divorce, otherwise a Decree
Pro Confesso will be entered against
you.
Dated this 7 day of February. 1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE,
Deputy Clerk.
GENET & GENET
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
2/10-17-24 3/3
2, S-ln-17-24 ^ 3
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, DADE
OOUNTY, FLORIDA.No. 21795.
RE: E8TATE OF
JACOB WEINER,
Deceased.
NOTICE Is hereby given that I
have filed my final report and petition
for Final Discharge as Executrix or
the estate of Jacob Welner, deceased;
and that on the 27 day of February.
1950. I will apply to the Honorable
W. P. Blanton, County Judge of Dade
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COVNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE,' No.
23622. .
In Re: ESTATE OF
PAUL WEITZMAN,
Deceased, v .''.
To All Creditors and A" Fecsons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
.Yon*, and .each. of. you, are hereby
notified and required Jo present any
claims and .defoantls -which- YQU, or
either of you, may. hae',j*ainst, the
estate of PAUL. .WEITZMAN, de-
ceased, late .of Miami, Beach. DJe
County, Florida, .to' the /Hofi' w." *F:
BLANTON, Count/ Judge' -ot- Dade
County, and file the eame In his
office .in -the County Courthouse in
Dade County. Florida,", within eight
calasdar months'from, the-date of the
first poblicatian-.hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the Jegal ad-
dreus of the claimant and-.to be sworn
to and pri-sety*! 'as, aforesaid, or
same wllU-be J>arrell. Se\ Section 120
of the'1938 Ptofeafe^Act.
Dated- January M, .AtD. I960.
GERTRUDE WEITZMAN.
As Execujrtx of ipe,Last will and.
Testament of PAUL WEIT1MAN,
Deceased.
ANNA liRJCNNER MJKY-ERS .' ,. v
Attorney for Estate of Paul Wettzinan
2/10-17-24 3/3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of i
E & I. POULTRY A FISH MARKET County. Florida, for approval of said
at 615 N. W. 2nd Avenue, Miami, nal report and for final discbaige
Florida, intends to register said name a* Executrix of the estate of Jacob
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of win,er" 'le'"c'a8ed.' ,aarxr ,a=ft
Dade County. Florida. This 20 day of_Januar>, 19a0
LEO SHE.NERBKRT EDELSTEIN WE.NSTEIN, W^NSTElS T^
Attorney for. Applicant | ^'^Sltoad. Miami Beach. .Fla.
Pacific Building, Miami, Florida
2/3-10-17-24 3/3
same in his office In the Cou___
Courthoiise In Dade County. Florida,
within eight calendar months from
the date or the first publication hereof.
Said claims or' demands to oentaln
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
A.-'-' .....
Date January 25th, A.D. 1960.
...... LEON KAPLAN,
Ab Executor of the Last Will and
SceSSSB" '^'W^* -*^dmn,
MYERS. HBIMAN & KAPLAN
'"""'"'"' *"' Executor
MMi*tW i------- -
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FIXiRIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
23597.
In Re: ESTATE OF
CHARLES 1TELDMAN,
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 CHARIJCS FEL.DMAN. de-
ceased., late of Dade County. Florida,
to the Hon. W. F. BLANTON, County
Judge of Dade County, and..tile the Mto of DADE "County. Florida, to the
nty "Hon.
Attorneys for Estate of
Jacob Welner, deceased.
1/27 2/3-10-17
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
In Re: ESTATE OF
EVA M1NSKOFF.
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.
_J 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 ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
win he barred. See Section 120 Of the
1933 1'nohate Act.
Date January 25, A.I> 1950. .
-SAUL MINSKOFF.
As Administrator of the Estate of
EVA MINSKOFF, Deceased.
MYERS. HElMAN KAPLAN D
Attorneys for Administrator
2/3-10-17-24


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FEBRUARY 17, 1950
* Jewish fk>rMian
PAGE THIRTEEN
jng Rabbi Congratulates Miami
isli Community On Rapid Growth
, first visit to Miami
we the war Rabbi Israel
ithal, nationally known
the Brooklyn Jewish
ongratulated the Greater
ewish community on the
iij efforts which have es-
"" it as "probably the
{rowing such community
fation."
Levinthal is vacationing
Levinthal at the ortho-
imnico Hotel, where they
jin until March.
, a year the Levinthals
Da\ a visit to Israel. Rabbi
al'has been in Palestine
lis first trip was made in
fhen he was appointed
I to officiate at the dedica-
Hcbrew University. A
ater he spent almost half
Ithere as a figure in the
|tion of the Yeshurun, to-
rusalem's leading syna-
interest with the rabbi
pn the maintenance of
Religious and cultural life
|ca. "We have to realize,"
this week whe inter-
[ at the Delmonico, "that
est Jewish population for
iyears will remain in
^ill gain spiritual strength
inspiration of Israel, but
Jews must devote their
toward building up a
[religious culture here.
ibition is to see institu-
lolly devoted to Jewish
The more scholarship we
inore we are assured of
I preservation. Synagogues
bols will save Jewish life,"
ally impressive to him is
bud record" attained here
Hebrew Academy, the
BW synagogues, the UJA
Jewish Federation.
Itly. the Brooklyn Jewish
(celebrated its 30th anni-
It is the second and
Jewish center established
tountry.
l Levinthal is former pres-
Ithe Rabbinical Assembly,
I of the national officers in
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at the Jewish Theological Semi-
nary of America, which recently
awarded him an honorary D.D.
degree. At the last graduation
exercises presided over by Rabbi
Stephen S. Wise Rabbi Levinthal
also received the degree of Doctor
of Jewish Theology.
He has published numerous
volumes of sermons dealing with
problems of Jewish life in
America.
Rabbi Levinthal's celebrated
father is Rabbi Bernard L. Levin-
thal, now 85, who is the dean of
the orthodox rabbinate in the
United States. He is chief ortho-
dox rabbi in Philadelphia, where
he has been serving for 60 years.
Rabbi Levinthal's brother, also
a Philadelphian, is Judge Louis
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12th St., will take place Sunday
at 10:30 a.m. at Mt. Nebo Ceme-
tery with Rabbi Murray Grauer
officiating. Mr. Eisenberg is sur-
vived by his widow and a son.
Arrangements are in charge of
Palmer's Miami Monument Co.
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to be present.
Tropical Women
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Tropical chapter of B'nai B'rith
women will hold a Valentine
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2 p.m., at the Cerebral Palsy
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Refreshments, movies and en-
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man of the affair is Mrs. Lewis
Wilson. Assisting are Mrs. Irving
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PAGE FOURTEEN
Ten Years Of Yivo In America
By V. SINGER
ft, cer.:e: c: the Yiddish SrienTJfcc Insutute-Yivc ll present mOmwq the tenth yea: :: ::s J^T^ vEkS tS
headquarters c: Yivo -ere rensrerrea to Ne~ ^ -. _-f
becinkinc cf 1940 crftP: the German orcupaticr. c: .-.- *
became deer tc the wcrld wh=i :=*.e .ay U ** fal .e*.s_
tu led with I ition ol
ntry Bui pe). in the |
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study
hisl ry I Hi ssidisrxi
si active
at Yiv
In ad it. n v.. ponsori
Dg the ] si
- :
ith U engage in re-
fa on Jew ?. In 1949
Yiv held a contest for J-
.: itu .:.'..- ai tes -
ling with
'.:' -. America. Judging
Eui
Tbt v.. en in existei
:.-. Vilna ::::'
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iu library and
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begin agaii t empty-hai
bi Id : thi institutj ri m
[1 ii trw thai
r Yiv th( n had been
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at V.v: v. eei in this
u far as iystematic work
in Jewish soc:a] research ..- c .-.-
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Sis country Y:v presents a
summary i it* activities during
rht precc ding yeai
: k hiring the past c-.
which togethei the im-
-' the papers i H ed. the
itseli in Je ativitj
Dur Yiv ntr b-
uted t the treasure: I Jewish
:-jliure 1
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serving as a
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Jewish life ai
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An* .; the end I I
war.
establishing systematic
rcrl work and the basil -
surces foi the w .-: in Am<
Y:v resumed publication cf the
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concerned.
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rid.
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ng the war. The Yivo
i to realize the l.mport-
-.-. a national and
of gather-
,;s much material as is
ole of the Jewish
strophe and of Jewish sur-
successful in enlist-
ing the aid of devoted corre-
spond- Arorld, who
ibout their work earnestly
and with a deep sense of re-
sponsibility
The result of their work can be
I in the enorm >us C'llections
in the Y. hives relating to
the catastrophe, to DP's. etc.
h would have been
. '.d had not the Yivo
: -ight to collect and
: :. Characteristic oi
n ealth of the Yivo archives
tig instance: A short
ago the director of the
Institute of
War Docun ental n, upon visiting
Yiv : und hundreds of docu-
ments relating to the fate of the
Jews in his country under Ger-
man domination, which are not
in the possession of the Institute
at Amsterdam. This eminent
visit was happy to receive
copies of certain documents in the
Yivo arch:-.
A serious obstacle in the work
'. Yivo has been caused by in-
adequate financial support from
the community at large. The
reasons stem mainly from the fact
that Jewish social research has as
yet nut received its due recogni-
tion and support from the Jewish
' community in America and this
: has resulted in the postpoing of
several majoi projects at Yivo.
The speed with which Yivo can
realize its plans naturally de-
pends upon the support which the
' American Jewish community can
extend to the institute.
In sum. one can see that Yivo
has contributed a great deal to
Jewish research and to Jewish
cultural treasures. For this the
Yivo is profoundly grateful to
those who have helped it grow
to its present dimensions, playing,
as it does, such a prominent part
in furthering social research of
1 Jewish life, past and present. It
is earnestly hoped that a propei
evaluation "of the work of Yivo
by the Jewish community will
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^JewlstnorUktti
PAGE FIFTEEN
tters To The Editor
.ifying
L-ish Flaridian
fir:
Presentation of a Scroll to
liversity of Miami by the
community through the
of Jewish Education was
Ing and exciting news. I
use the medium of The
n to express my sincere
filiations to the Bureau of
i Education for sponsoiint;
ptoric event, and to the
t:iy of Miami for encour-
Thc study of the ancient-
Hebrew language at the
lily.
Juki like to take this oppor-
Iti pay personal tribute to
lliam P. Dismukes, through
[efforts Hebrew was first
Iced in the. evening divi-
Dr. Franklin P. Williams
lr. Charles D. Tharp for
ouragement and for their
to Dr. Herman Meyer,
|r of the university faculty,
tided me in my discussions
university officials; to
[atilda Ratner, who made
r seven tuition fee
I s in Hebrew to uni-
studerts when it was in-
^d in the spring term of
jid to the Bureau of Jewish
Jon Board for allowing me
time to teach at the uni-
Itiaching of Hebrew at the
Isity of Miami should stim-
| the introduction of the
as a modern language in
Bami Beach Senior High
Before leaving Miami, I
k.ision to discuss this matter
evi'ial school officials, and
eaction was favorable. I
and hope the community
Bi- fit to lend its support
[the bureau takes further
|o tarry out this project.
Sincerely yours,
A. P. GANNES,
tctor, Philadelphia Council
. :sh Education.
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Dear Editor:
I completely disagree with your
drama critic's estimate of "God,
Man and Devil," and want to
say so.
Especially, I think it necessary
to emphasize that if "God, Man
and Devil" is a "corpse." then let's
lump Shakespeare and all the
other classics into the same cold
shroud and bury them out on
some lonely prairie.
"God, Man and Devil" has held
up for 50 years now precisely
because of what your critic
acknowledges is the play's core: a
universal theme. In fact, this one
happens to have several uni-
versal themes, all plenty human
and all plenty permanent.
This is why and how Maurice
Schwartz picks his plays for his
Yiddish Art Theatre.
Reviving old history was more
than a nostalgic experience for
the packed premiere audience at
the Plaza Theatre.
It was an evening of fine
theatre.
For itand for his second Mi-
ami Beach production, by Sholom
AleichemSchwartz imported 14
starring principals from his New
York company, with their origin-
al costumes, lights scenery.
This marks the first time true
Yiddish living drama has been
brought here. It was brought with
skill, great acting talent, and
superb casting.
"God, Man and Devil" is an
example of Yiddish tradition
staged to be understood by any-
body. I see no reason why anyone
should cut it up like a watermelon
searching" it dutifully for socio-
logical juice or economic seeds.
Rodgers and Hammerstein are
now working up a musical on
"Tevia's Daughters," successor to
"Tevia," which many of your
readers saw here last season as a
film at the Plaza, with Maurice
Schwartz its star and director.
That, too, goes far back to an-
other way of lifeto the "corpse"
on which your critic does an
autopsy.
I think we've got a fetching
mystery here: "When is a Corpse
Never Dead?"
Yours,
HELEN ALPERT
Gables Center Sisterhood Will Hold
Institute On Judaism On February 22
The Sisterhood of the Coral
Gables Jewish Center in col-
laboration with the Church Wom-
en of Coral Gables, will hold an
institue on Judaism. February
22, at the Coral Gables Jewish
Center, 320 Palermo Ave.
Sisterhood chairman of inter-
faith activities, Mrs. Herman P.
Rubin, will act as hostess and
greet guests. Spiritual leader of
the center. Rabbi Morris A. Skop,
will deliver the welcoming ad-
dress fend introduce the guest
speakers. Rabbis Irving Lehrman
and Leon Kronish.
Rabbi Lehrman will address
the institute on "The Basic Be-
liefs of Judaism" to be followed
by an open forum conducted by
the three rabbis.
The program will begin at 11
a.m. and conclude at 3 p.m. with
luncheon at 1. Mrs. Irving
Gerstenfeld, president of the
sisterhood, will preside at lunch
at which the church women will
will be given by Judy Searles and
Irving Ceasar's "Songs of Friend-
ship will be shown by Gilbert
Balkin, regional director of the
Anti-Defamation League.
Following luncheon Rabbi
Skop will conduct a tour of the
center and religious school and
explain all religious symbols.
Heading the committee of
church women helping to plan the
institute is Mrs. Don C. Wester-
field. Assisting her are Mrs. Jas.
P. Anderson and Mrs. A. W.
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Lodge Presents
Bookeovers
Presentation bv North Shore
Lodge. B'nai B'rith. of 2.000 book-
covers depicting the sacrifice of
the Four Chaplains on the USS
Dorchester highlighted the Bro-
therhood Week ceremonies at
Biscayne Elementary School on
Monday.
Samuel Weinfeld. lodge Anti-
Defamation League chairman. ;
made the formal presentation |
with response on behalf of the
school by Mrs. lone Hill, princi-
pal.
Brief addresses on the signi-
ficance of the chaplains to Ameri-
can democracy were delivered by
the Rev. Paul N. Jewett, St.
Johns by tiie Lake Methodist
Church: the Rev. John L. Yenches,
the Church-by-the-Sea; Msgr.
George Rockett, St. Josephs
Catholic Church; and the Rev.
Philip Fried, North Shore Jewish
Community Center. Gilbert J.
Balkin served as moderator.
Featured on the program was
the singing oi Irving Caesar's
"Songs of Friendship" by pupils
of the school, who also presented
folk songs and dances illustrating
the customs of various countries.
The music program was under the
direction of Miss Sarah Ann
Brameister, school music super-
visor.
William Elliott, president. North
Beach Business Association, and
John Mahoney. president. Nor-
mandy Isle Improvement Associa-
tion, represented the North Shore '
Miami Beach area civic associa- |
tions at the ceremonies.
Mark Silverstein. lodge presi-
dent, and Leo Steinman. com-
munity service chairman a.-sisted
with the program.
+Jmistifk>rMian
BROTHERHOOD WEEK
"FEBRUARY 19-26
MANY STREAMS FEED THE SEA OF LIFE
Brotherhood Week-February 19-26
I
By JAMES W. WHITEHEAD
Director. Florida Region of
National Conference Christians and Jews. Inc.
The brotherhood of man based on the Fatherhood of God
is a basic doctrine of Protestants, Catholics and Jews. This means
among other things, the willingness to grant to others the same
lights and privileges that one claims for ones' self. Brotherhood
is the only permanent solution to the problems of human
relations. Force, if deemed to be
necessary at times, is only a
temporary expedient. It is not a
solution.
The National Conference of
Christians and Jews, through its
educational program in schools
and colleges as well as in civic
and community organizations, is
seeking to immun^e America
against the disease of prejudice:
to prevent epidemics of hate
movements if possible, or to
counteract their influence should
they arise: and to exten and pre-
serve the principles and traditions
of democracy.
There are always those who
endeavor to exploit prejudice for
profit or for political gain. We
must be on our guard against I
them. We must recognize as un- '
American and irreligious anv ]
movement that seeks to indict or i
condemn any group of the Ameri-
can people. If America ever be-
comes unsafe for one group, it
will soon become unsafe for all
groups.
As we all know, the American
way of life is based upon the
recognition of the dignity of man
as a creature of God. Man's rights
to life, liberty and the pursuit of
happiness are inalienable because
they are God-given. To deny
these rights to any person because
of his religion, race or national
origin is not only un-American:
it is an evil in the sight of God.
Let us all reaffirm our faith
in the brotherhood of man under
the Fatherhood of God during
this Brotherhood Week and make
applicable this faith during every
week, in what we think, how we
act. and what we saw
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Miami. Fla.
PHONE 3-3453
TO ALL
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
GRAND NATIONAL IMPORTERS
WHOLESALE LIQUORS
309 N. W. 9th Avenue
rfliami
E. N. COOK & CO.
CASEMENT SASH ERECTION GLASS GLAZING
^ N-W-50thSfreEJ, COO, Pro, *-
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
VERN0N J. ALLISON
PAINTING CONTRACTOR
1500 N.W. 214 Street
Phone 94187
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS
AND PATRONS
BEST WISHES
BERNI HOTEL
O. FISCHER, Mgr.
204 Biscayne Bird.
MIAMI. FLORIDA
GUARANTY TITLE &
ABSTRACT CORP.
50 West Flagler Street
Bunche Issues Statement
On Brotherhood Week
The world in which we live
is made dangerous by man-
kind's shocking illiteracy in
human relations. Man. in his
genius, has performed miracles
in science and industry. Is it
not a colossal and tragic irony
that man has learned how to
harness nature, how to control
the relations among the ele-
ments and to direct them as he
sees fit. but has never yet
learned how to live harmon-
iously with himself? Who can
doubt that in this atomic age
there is anything so sorely
and urgently needed as a uni-
versal recognition of a bond of
kinship among peoples, the
realization of the brotherhood
of man irrespective of differ-
ences in race, creed, culture or
ideology. The real foundation
for peace must be built in the
hearts and minds of men. There
is but one road to peace and
that is the road of human
understanding and brother-
hoodDr. Ralph J. Bunche,
United Nations trusteeship di-
rector.
APPeal in GreaESl
year, came off V
Monday. Cooie V, "1
funds for the year V*
of graphs showing^
the number 0f COnS2
Federal on drives anff
funds since 1939
TO JEWRY EVERY
It's a Pleasure to I
GREETINGS
TYCOON
TACKLE SHOP, 1
280 S.W. 22nd A
PHONE (MM
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
PICK-UP AND DELIVERY
ZANDER'S LAUNDRY & DRY CLEAjJ
3466 N. Miami Avenue phone,
TO ALL BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
NEIL R. SUTTON
REGISTERED LAND SURVEYOR
4200 S.W. 83rd Avenue Phone 4
TO ALL BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
B. B. Leigh, Pres. R. C. Singer, Vice-Pres. 4!
H. Goyen, Treas.
Members National Food Brokers Assn. AU(
BO* ACKER & LEIGH, INC.|
MERCHANDISE BROKERS
"We Cover South Florida"
P. O. Box 2210 1111 N. W. 22nd Street Miami 13,1
BILT-RITE VENETIAN
BLIND CO.
(Not Incorporated)
Manufacturers
VENETIAN BLINDS
CORNICES
REFINISHING REPAINTING
35 Almeria Ave.
CORAL GABLES
Phone 4-6921
TANNER'S
"WHERE THE BEST COSTS LESS'*
STORES 1263 West FlagUr Street
1753 Northeast Second Avenue
1906 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral GablM
WISHES ALL ITS JEWISH PATRONS
A HAPPY CHANUKA
P. RICHARDSON
Insulation Firebrick Tjnkt Traps and ReguUW"
311 Mendosa Avenue Warehouse: 1047 N. W. 22nd f"
Phone 4-2201
BAY-BEE DIE-DEE DIAPER SERVICE
AN EXCLUSIVE LAUNDRY FOR
DIAPERS fc BABY CLOTHES
2111 N. W. 10th Avenue
PboM n
AUGUST BROS fty7
'* the rt* vr'
SHELL'S SUPER MARKET
WORLD'S LARGEST SUPER STORE
5941 N.W. Seventh Avenue Phone **
The Public Learns Quickly Where To Shop
In Edison CenterOpen Sundays


9RUARY 17. 1950
*'Jtmist! fk>ridUnr
PAGE SEVENTEEN
Students Show Less Anti-Jewish
lice Than Population As Whole
showed less prejudices, although the situation touches him. The low ,
Jewish enrollment in both areas | figure for the football incident is
college students show
=wish prejudice than
rv's population as a
rding to a report made
Miami last week by
Abess, chairman, ad-
d and executive com-
rida regional office,
ation League of B'nai
member of the league s
mmission.
n a study of socjal
ttitudes among both
ors and freshmen con-
e league by the Elmo
anizatioft, the report
t college students are
ingly opposed to quota
i other discriminatory
policies which exist in
rican colleges.
was made in con-
i the ADL'S forth-
ual survey of anti-
'A Measure of Free-
mold Forster, national
the league's civil rights
The book will be
;hortly by Doubleday.
e out of ten seniors
preference for colleges
riminate. By contrast,
-third of the general
ationincluding col-
;cs and non-graduates
lined.
Meier Steinbrink, na-
irman of. the league,
i "On the basis of this
e know now what we
ys suspected. College
ms have been defended
protection for non-
dents. It is now evident
students themselves
bigotry of their pro-
Irmine how much pre-
llege students feel to-
ts, researchers asked a
key questions which
uch sensitive areas as
[social contacts, housing,
pit and intermarriage. A
comparison with the
opulation was provided
; ADL study made by
September, 1948.
wising conclusion is
low index" of prejudice
lege students is not at
Iding to the study, the
I attending college for a
period. Tests made on
ban campuses in the first
ks of the 1949 fall term
|t the incidence of pre-
the same for seniors who
jiave had the benefits of
bur years of college, as
Imen who have yet to
acclimated to or in-
[by college life.
Manation for the fact that
colleges have made no
?ni contribution" in de-
anti-Semitismdespite
l-cut and consistent dif-
| between college seniors
Its"is harder to arrive
he facts of the differences
bs,"' the study declares.
Be laboratory questions
at both freshmen and
roups show no marked
between the two
"we must face the con-
Ihat a college education
es not appreciably change
attitudes toward
groups." -
factor in the low level of
prejudice among both freshmen
and seniors," said Justice Stem-
brink, "is the general belief that
idealism is a function of youth.
The attitudes of today's college
students may be considerably
more narrow and prejudiced 10
or 20 years from now. Our past
studies show that when we separ-
ate college graduates from the
general adult population and
compare the two groups, anti-
Semitism and minority bias is
more prevalent among the col-
lege-educatetd.
"It may also be that the major
job of education in the field of
anti-minority sentiments is being
done in high schools and that the
only prejudiced students left are
bitter-enders with whom educa-
tion has already proved ineffec-
tive," said Justice Steinbrink.
"We have no conclusive proof
that such is the case, but it is a
real possibility."
In general, the study discloses,
social distance patterns for college
students are typical, if less intense
of the nation's attitudes toward
its minority groups. Prejudice
weighs heaviest against Negroes,
Mexicans, Chineses, Filipinos,
Jews and Italians in that order.
Here is how the attitudes of
college seniors compare with those
of American adults on specific
questions:
Do you think Jews are getting
too much economic power in the
United States? Thirty-eight per
cent of the general adult popula-
tion said "yes;" among seniors,
23 percent.
. too much political power?
Adults, 19 per cent; seniors, six
per cent.
Would you prefer not to work
side by side with Jews? Only five
per cent of the seniors replied
"yes. Adults, 14 per cent.
Would you prefer not to have
Jews as guests in your home?
Adults, 15 per cent; seniors, three
per cent.
The highest degree of non-
acceptance is shown in answers
to the question: "Would you pre-
fer not to have one of your
near-relatives marry a Jew?" On
out of four seniors opposed inter-
marriage. But here, again, the
college group was less restrictive
than the general adult population,
where the ratio on this provoca-
tive question is 48 per cent.
A breakdown of college sub-
groups shows that there is greater
bias among fraternity and sorority
members than among non-
members.
Students on Southern campuses
were more anti-Semitic, while
students at Far Western colleges
is small.
Researchers could find no ap-
preciable differences in attitudes
toward Jews between men and
co-eds or between Catholic and
Protestant students.
The interviewers also presented
two hypothetical situations in-
volving anti-Semitic discrimina-
tion on the campus. .The first
described two equally well quali-
fied candidates, a Jew and a
Gentile, for election to the board
of the college newspaper. Non-
Jewish seniors were asked if they
had "any preference."
Fifty-seven per cent said "no."
Seventeen per cent definitely
"preferred" the Gentile; another
19 per cent adopted the same
attitude if election of the Jew
"meant that Jewish students
would become a majority of the
board." One per cent preferred
the Jewish candidate.
The second situation: "Suppose
six of the eleven best football
players in college happened to be
Jews. Do you think it would be a
good idea to have them all play
on the varsity?"
The answers: Yes49 per cent;
doesn't matter (a volunteered
answer)41 per cent; noseven
per cent.
The contrast in the amount of
anti-Jewish discrimination in the
two test-situations shows that the
degree of prejudice of the college
senior depends on how closely
an indication both of the profes-
sionalization of college athletics;
the identification of players as,
gladiators rather than as fellow i
studentsand of the strong desire I
of under-graduates to see their:
team wins.
In the case of the college editor, [
intercollegiate competition is not i
a factor, but "prestige" on the I
campus is. So the senior's pre-1
judice is accentuated, the report!
observes.
Immigrant is just another term
for pioneer.William Knudsen.
(learVision
No Collision
GREETINGS
DIXIE BROOM & MOP CO.
1545 N.W. 45th Street
TO ALL BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
LOGAN LUMBER COMPANY
253 N.W. 22nd Street
Phone 3-4972
Livesay Window
I .. Inc.
PRECAST CONCRETE
WINDOW FRAMES
3044 S. W. 28th Lone
PHONE 4-2503
JOE SOLER
IMPORTER OF PANAMA HATS AND
South American Souvenirs and Jewelry
Phone 58-3579
2201 Collins Avenue Miami Beach, Florida
TO OUR MANY PATRONS AND FRIENDS
A MOST HAPPY BROTHERHOOD WEEK
V. J. HOECHERL COMPANY
PAINTERS AND DECORATORS
2047 North Miami Avenue Yuan* 3-0421
DULANEY'S
of MIAMI BEACH, Inc.
FOOD MARKET
411 W. 41st St Ph. 5-6441
McFarlin Construction Company
ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS
ROADS STREETS PARKING LOTS DRIVES
ASPHALTS TARS ROAD OILS
Since 1931
1085 N. W. 56th Street VM>r* 7-3558
Miami 38. Florida
McARTHUR JERSEY FARM DAIRY. INC.
FROM FARM TO YOU
"GENE"
Groover's
Pharmacy
t
401 41st Street
MIAMI BEACH
GREETINGS TO ALL
RESTAURANT AND BOAT WORKS
Phone 78-3432
RAY SIDE
SHEET METAL WORKS
I.W. 36th STREET MIAMI 37. FLA.
It is a pleasure to extend
to all our Jewish Friends
and Patrons Sincere Wishes
on
BROTHERHOOD WEEK
ROBBINS ROOFING
& SHEET
METAL CO.
222 N. W. 26th Street
PHONE 2-3705
T. W. Mills A. H. Becker
169 N. E. 62nd Street
Phone 7-1667
tf
GCJLF ELECTRIC SERVICE
N. E. Second Avenue
Phone 34113
*
GREETINGS
Best Wishes
for
Brotherhood
Week
To All My
Friends
HARRY S. HIGGINS
CONSTABLE
A HAPPY BROTHERHOOD WEEK TO ALL
SOUTHERN APPLIANCES, INC.
"MIAMI'S FOREMOST
APPLIANCE STORE"
136 N. E. Fint Street Phone 9-2493
A MOST HAPPY BROTHERHOOD WEEK
D3ering Awning and Furniture Co.
Serving Greater Miami Coral Gables Miami Beach
Beach. Lawn and Perch Furniture
COMPLETE AWNING SERVICE
4000 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Phone 83-7600
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY BROTHERHOOD WEEK |
STOLPMANN PLUMBING CO. "%
Miami Beach. Fla.
1853 West Avenue
PHONE 5-0481
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PAGE EIGHTEEN
*Jmrt&tk**ggr>
FRIDAY,
FEBRU^y
MIAMI BEACH
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
LINCOLN AND ALTON ROADS
MIAMI BEACH
H. L. ROBERTSON
PLUMBING PHONE 2-5511
Heating and Gas Installations
"We Cover Greater Miami"
Miami, Fla.
1369 N. Bayshore Drive
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
SIDNEY DeWOLF & SON
Blunders Contractors
236 N. W. 7th Arenue Phone 3-3067
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
Phon. 2-9457
VENETIAN SERVICE STATION
SINCLAIR GASOLINE GOODYEAR TIRES
1504 N. Byhor Drive Miami. Florida
R. W. BROWN and CO.
A Complete Lin* of Fertilizers for All Occasion*
FEED and SUPPLIES
274 SUNSET DRIVE
Call 4-3375
SOUTH MIAMI
TO ALL BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
GODDARD PAINTING CO.
PHONE 5-0840
PAINTING PAPERHANGING
DECORATING WATERPROOFING
THOMAS GODDARD
450 N. W. 71st Street p^. 994i9U
GREETINGS
DRAKE & DRAKE
Carpets Linoleums Workroom and Installation Service
3825 N. W. 2nd At.. phon, ^
4l <*
|||
4!
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS TO ALL
MIAMI CRUSHED STONE CO.
PRODUCER OF
CRUSHED STONE AND SAND SCREENINGS
SERVICED BY & A. L. RY and F. E. C. RY.
Facilities for Direct Loading of Ctfri or Tracks
4800 S. W. 72nd Avenue, Miami
P. O. Box 451. South Miami Branch
PHONES: 4 25114-25*2 "
H0W1
Mill
SUICID
No not you!-but possibly
your country. Nations have
collapsed before because they allowed
disunity to destroy them.
Why do we love America? Because,
under our form of government, the indi-
vidual-and that means you-is con-
sidered important.
But this works two ways. If we want to
be secure in our own right, each of ue
must be willing to respect the rights of
others.
If we discriminate against other people
for any reason, well soon find others d
criminating against us. Then what will
we have? A family squabble-nation]
disunityand the enemies of our system
laughing up their sleeves.
Make sure you are not spreading n>
tnors against a race or a religion. Spesk
up, wherever you are, against prejudkt,
and work for better understanding. Re-
member, that's being a good America
citizen.
Accepf or reject people
on their individual worM
JOHN A MATTHEWS
GREETINGS
RUSS SEIFERTH
PLUMBING. HEATING
AND GAS
PROMPT. EFFICIENT
SERVICE
2145 N. W. 2nd Avsnus
PHONE 82-2785
SI>\Y TERRACE l\X
163rd STREET fc U. S. HIGHWAY No. 1
At Sunny Isle Bird. City of North Miami Beich
DELICIOUS FOOD CHOICEST LIQUORS
PHONE 816-5129
PETER G. FRANCIS. Owner and Manager
Your Host
"OPEN ALL NIGHT"
GREETINGS FROM JACK AND ROSE KAABE

NEWS TOWER GRILL
"WI AIM TO PLEASE"
Lunches Sandwiches Soft Drinks
IN THE NEWS TOWER
KUBBY HOUSE
RESTAURANTS
106 N. Miami Avsnus
915 N. Miami Avenue
Miami
TO ALL MEETINGS
Paul R. Steqeman
JEWELER
Kamonda. Watches. Jawelry
"Fine Watch HepaWag"
2304 Ponce deUonBlva.
PHONE 44081

BEST WISHES FOR BROTHERHOOD WEEK
R. T. Jeffries
or
Florida East Coast Railway
BEST WISHES FOR
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS .
. *
Hopkins-Carter Hardware Co,
mm** 199 South Mkap.1 Avenue
PHONE 2-5194
';%?:':-::V''/.- \;;*'i.J'-'^*?*??:V^i!l1i :;i*\:?l:'~, i'%',- ^H^H
,1 HgSBHflfly


JAY, FEBRUARY 17. 1950
*Jetvistrflcr/kUaun
Who Lives Next Door?
*
///
I Whi'i wrong, Joe? You Anally
got that new house, didn't you?
You ought to be real happy. But
you look like you ate something
that didn't agree with yoo.
Worried about the people next
door? Why? Different religion?
Different sounding names?
So what?
Stop worrying, Joe. You'll fine"
them real Americans. You nugr
even get to like them. If you don't,
that's aU right too. Just leave
them alone and they'll leave yon
alone. But the chances are, once
you really get to know them, you'll
find them okay.
In the meantime, count your
blessings. You're in a fine new
house with improvements that
ysu couldn't find anywhere else
but in America. And how did
America get that way? Because
of a lot of people with even fun*
nier sounding names than the
ones your neighbors have. Names
like Keedusko, Pulaski, Haysa
Salson.
Make sure that you arc not
spreading rumors against a race
or a religion. Speak up, wherever
you are, against prejudices, and
work for better understanding.
Remember that's being a good
American.
Accept or reject people
on their individual worth
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS TO ALL
MIAMI SPRINGS BANK
"A Friendly Bank"
(Member of F J).I.C.)
MIAMI SPRINGS. FLORIDA
Telephone 88-5291
GREETINGS
S. M. PERKINS
INCOME TAX SPECIALIST
First National Bank Bidg.
GREETINGS
PADGITT KENNELS
YOUR PET IS SAFE HERE
N.W. 79th Street Phons 88-2951
|Y THE SPIRIT OF BROTHERHOOD BRING
PEACE. HEALTH AND HAPPINESS
J. MILONE
PLASTERING CONTRACTOR
208 N. W. 28th Street
PRONE 3-37 35
u

HARRY PHILLIPS
AND ASSOCIATES
PONY BAR
234 North Miami Avenue
PHONE 2-S4M
CORAL WAY
CLEANERS
Coral Gables
Dry Cleaning Dress Suits. Rugs
and Drapes. All Work On
Premises
Phone 4-1345 249 Coral Way
PAGE NINETEEN
E. STRECKER
Truck Body Builders
724 N. W. list Street
Vjp-se-Dete Vs
LEW M. CISCO
Transfer & Storage
9M If. E. In* A*
PHONE t-UU
Ine.
Dade Refrigerating Co..
REFRIGERATING MACHINES AND EQUIPMENT
1792-1794 N. W. 20th Street Miami. Florida
Phone 2-7868 and 9-7036
ALL SURETY AND JUDICIAL BONDS
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
HENRY A. POHL INC.
State Distributors
GRAY MARINE MOTORS
GASOLINE and DIESEL
410 N. E. 13th Street Phone 2-1577
TO ALL
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
$
L. & L.
ROOFING TILE CO. INC.
755 N. W. 143rd Street
Phone 7-1651

^
TAYLOR CONSTRUCTION CO.
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
2875 N.W. Lejeune Road
.1 I
PHONE 88-4653
GREETINGS
Day Phone 89-3640 Night Phone 7-7115
DADE HI II \ IN III] Its
FURNITURE SAND BLASTING &
.* $

TROPICAL REFINISHING
Bldg. No. 70 Opa-Locka Airbase
B. D. BINDSCHADLER M. F. SCALES
----------^ ,,r.-----------------------------------------_.------------
JOHN A. MOORE
AND
RISCAYNE ENGINEERING CO. !
Bltte Prints Photostats Drawing Materials
Pick-up and DeHrery Serrlce (Opposite the Courthouse)
47 N.W. FIRST STREET
Phone 3-3866
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
ARKIN CONSTRUCTION CO., INC.
General Contractors


1827 Purdy Are. Phone 58-3133 <*?\
MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA 1
Peerless Manufacturing Co.
H.ufaiNsm el
Corrugated Cartons and Cartons for Fruit Canal
23 N. E. 74th Street Phone 7-0953
______________ .. Uj -----------
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17,
PAGE TWENTY
National Conference Christians, Jews
Sets 1950 Budget At $3,500,000
Three ana one-half million
dollars has been budgeted by the
' 200 representative Americans who
comprise the board of the Na-
tional Conference of Christians
and Jews in order to carry for-
' ward in 1950 the principles of
Brotherhood Week in an ex-
panded year 'round program, ac-
cording to Dr. Everett R. Clinch),
president. ,
The film industry has asked
everv motion picture theatre, he
said" to serve as a center for
receiving the public's subscrip-
tions during Brotherhood Week,
currently being observed Feb-
ruary 19-26.
The expanded program will in-
clude a strengthening of activities
to improve intergroup relations in
industrv. the establishment ot
human" relations centers '"uni-
versities and a broadening of the
work with religious, educational
and community organization.
The National Conference pro-
gram is under the leadership of
Charles E. Wilson, president of
General Electric Co.; Roger W
Straus, chirman of the board of
the American Smelting and re-
fining co.: and Thomas E. Braniff.
president of Braniff International
Airways. .
Brief summary of National
Conference of Christians and
. Jews:
*?*
*s
THE ORGANIZATION
The National Conference of
Christians and Jews, Inc. is an
interational organization main-
taining 62 field offices in the
United States. It is affiliated in
Canada with the Canadian Coun-
cil of Christians and Jews, and
has sponsored the formation of a
World Organization for Brother-
hood, which now operates in most
of the European Free Countries.
HISTORY
The conference was founded in
1928 by Chief Justice Charles
Evans Hughes, former Secretary
of War Newton D. Baker, and
Dr. S. Parkes Cadman. past presi-
dent of the Federal Council of
Churches of Christ in America.
PURPOSES
The National Conference of
Christians and Jews is a civic
organization of religiously moti-
vated persons to promote justice,
amity, ilnderstanding and co-
operation amon;* Protestants.
Catholics and Jews. It does not
aim at any sort of union or
amalgamation of religious bodies !
or at modifying any of the dis-
tinctive beliefs of its members. It
does not attempt to achieve its
goal by weakening the loyalties
and beliefs of those of any faith.
It aims to find the causes of. and
to eliminate, inter-group pre-
judices which distort religious,
business, social and political
relations.
ACTIVITIES
In addition to the 62 regional
offices, the conference operates a j
number of national commissions,
working through
a Educational organizations
Sponsors projects to train.educa-
tors on inter-group relation*,
publishes teaching materials: and
offers technical and consultan
services to teachers and school
administrators.
b Religious organizations
Sponsors country-wide programs
ifor religious education re oro-
I therhood in churches and syna-
gogues: sponsors youth training,
seminary lectureships, worshops.
and publications.
c Community organizations
Works with women's clubs, fia-
ternal. civic, welfare, labor.
(veteran, and other community
! organizations.
d Industrv commission provides
short courses on teamwork in
I productive enterprise.
e. Mass communications
through projects such as Brother-
hood Week, conducts a campaign
| against bigotry through P'"pss,
. radio, motion pictures and lec-
itures: distributes motion pictures.
i recordings, and pamphlets, and
I provides speakers.
I FINANCES
The conference is serviced by
voluntary contributions from in-
i dividuals. groups, foundations,
i fraternal organizations and re-
: ligious groups. Its budget for the
year 1950 is $3,500,000. Everyone
is invited to join by making a
contribution. Every motion pic-
ture theatre has been asked by
the film industry to serve as a
place where during Brotherhood
Week citizens may leave sub-
sriptions. in addition to offices
of National Conference of Chris-
tians and Jews.
Truman Issues
Statement On
Brotherhood
Americans can make no greater
Harry S. Truman in accepting the
Sunday. February 19.
The President's letter of accept-
ance delivered to John L. Sulli-
van former navy secretary and
gene-al chairman of Brotherhood
Week, affirmed that "there prob-
abh has never been a time in
ffiry when true brotherhood
was so indispensable to the wel-
fare of our own nation and to tne
peace and freedom of the entire
world."
The President called attention
to the millions of people ,n he
world "subject to the iron rule
of despots" and asserted that the
American people, along with
others of like devotion to human
dignitv. must therefore demons-
trate a greater measure of
fraternity and unity than ever
before. "Respect for human dign-
ity is the central issue in the
world today." he said.
America is dedicated to the
conviction that all people are en-
n.?ed by the gift of God to equal
r ghts and freedoms even though
Sev mav differ in religious per-
Sn 'in social and political
SSSw Ui racial origin. Our
g eatness is and will be measured
bv the degree of our recognition
of this fundamental truth," the
President said.
If you really believe in the
brotherhood of man, and you
want to come into its fold you ve
po* to let everyone else in too.
Oscar Hammerstein. II, of Rodgers
and Hammerstein.
-:
The blessings of scienc
vitUted if we use them to
each other. The blessing, ,7*
are empty if they cannot
us attain the peace and tZ
to enjoy them. Let us keen*
proving these products 0fi
minds, but let us rememWtu
the basic solution of living 3
one another lies not in our mS.
but in our heartsin shedZ
the warmth of our heartf*
others,
warmth
and
in return '
receiving
.-turn Richtoi
Rodgers, of Rodgers and hC
merstein.
HARDEMAN INSURANCE AGENCY. INC.
John V. Hordeman and John V. Hardeman, Jr.
223 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phou 3-4*7
TO ALL GREETINGS
&
c^WAPM
127 N. W. 2nd Street
rvnfntu
LOTSPEICH
FLOORING CO.
3800 N. E. 1st Avenue
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Pictured above are five plat-
ter sketch models of a proposed
monument to be erected on
Riverside Drive in New York,
in memory of the six million
martyred Jews of Europe. These
models, now on exhibit at the
Jewish Museum, conducted
under the auspices of the Jew-
ish Theological Seminary of
America, were designed for
selection and executed by (top)
Percival Godman; (center
1. to r.) William Zorach, Chaim
Gross and Eric Mendelsohn;
(bottom) Leo Friedlander.
Veep Hits "Dual
Loyalty" Charges
ST. LOUIS, (JTA)Vice Presi-
dent Albent W. Barkley last week
lashed out at those who raise the
charge of dual loyalty in relation
to American Jewry's support of
Israel. Speaking here at an extra-
ordinary conference of the United
Jewish Appeal of St. Louis, the
Vice President declared that it is
"preposterous to believe that any-
one contributing to the develop-
ment of Israel was being disloyal
to the United States."
Mr. Barkley added that "no- i
body, Jew or Gentile, can truth- j
fully say that it is disloyal for!
any American to try to help a ]
little country which is being
helped by the very government
of the United States." He lauded
the state of Israel for holding out
the "one great opportunity for
world peace at a time when the
forces of destruction are rising in
the world and the armament race
has reached a new peak."
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Ir, according to Stanley A.
Ir. the Jewish center di-
I new Seventh Day Adventist
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pnter. The doors and win-
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He qualified for re-election with
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PAGE TWENTY-TWO
Israel. Egypt
Talk Peace,
Progress Seen
L. J. Ell Earned
Histadrut Head
Leon J. Ell was elected chair-
JERUSALEM (JTA) Peace ma of the Greater Miami
talks between Israel and Bsym ZUut Committee St meetmg
have reached the "serious stage,
it was reported here mis week.
The report stated that two meet-
ings were recently held between
representatives of the two state,
InPa -country which is interested
in peace in the Middle East. It
added that the delegates had in-
formed their respective govern-
ments of the tack taken at the
talks, and that both government*
had approved of what had been
accomplished thus far..Last week,
Eli Sassoon. Israel Mm'* l\ .'
Turkey denied that such talks nan
taken'place at Ankara.
(The majority of the Lebanese
peopleChristian and Moslem
alikefavor the initiation of di-
rect peace talks between Lebanon
and Israel as sum as the Jewisn
state and Jordan have negotiated
a pact, it was reported in London
from Beirut this week. The report
added that cordial relations al-
readv exist between Jews in
northern Israel and Arabs in
southern Lebanon.)
.S20.000.000 Credit
To Go To Israel
WASHINGTON. (JTA) The
board of directors of the Export-
Import Bank announced this week
authorization of credits totaling
$20 000.000 to Israel for the pur-
chase of U. S. equipment, ma-,
terials and services necessary for
the continuation in 1950 and 1951
of Israel's construction program.
The program includes the erec-
tion of houses and community
facilities, construction and recon-
struction of interurban highways
and the expansion of water supply
and sewage-disposal facilities.
During the next two years Israel
expects to use this money to help
house approximately 400.000 im-
migrantsincluding upwards of,
75.000 now in campsaccording
to the bank.
The new credits are to be
amortized in 15 years and will
bear interest at 3'- percent per
annum. They bring to a total of.
$93,350,000 credits authorized thus I
far bv the Export-Import Bank
from'the S100.000.00 earmarked
for Israel in January. 1949.
,ast week at Temple Beth Sholom
according to Solomon Osheroff.
regional director.
Other officers include Harry
Kohn, Dr. Harry Queen, Sam
Ashkenazy. Mrs. Rosemary Kap-
FMDAY.FEBRUMv,
lan and Mrs. Harry Faber, vice
chairmen; I. S. Shapoff, treasurer.
The committee also made plans
for its annual dinner to be held
March 12.
Purim Dance PlannJ
The Golden AoP r
Club of the Miami JeJ"
mumty Center js -;
plans for a masquersri?!
dance to be held Sa Lh
ning, March 11. odlur<1>Il
ITnai l.'ri.li Open
Youth Office Here
The B'nai B'rith Youth Organ-
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its new office at 1220 Congress'
Building, to service more than
400 youths in the Greater Miami
area.
Miss Selma Lewis, youth di-
rector, is planning a series of
advisers' training meetings to ex-
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guidance and the use of leisure
time among teen-agers. Miss
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Our I ilm Folk
By LEON GUTTERMAN
..^OLYWOODBandying about
Ijectives like "great" and "terri-
" is always a profitless busi-
but a lot of people are
g to link them to Mickey
fctz' 1950 edition of "Borscht
spades." America's one and only
hglish-V^iddish musical krevue
Erring the country's leading
Eglish-Yiddish entertainers.
Jhe farthest out on a limb this
lumnist will go is to observe,
a matter of strict reporting,
ft he has never in his years
Hollywood correspondent
In a Los Angeles audience
cord a more vociferous and
Ihusiastic reception to the per-
Imance of a musical revue here.
Iremembered for nothing else,
nedian Mickey Katz will go
vn in theatre history as the
fcducer for the most striking
Blish-Yiddish musical revivals
K staged. The show is a smash
And it is hard to see how, if
Iver gets to Broadway follow-
its second nation-wide tour,
ban miss.
the main answer to "Borscht
pades" powerhouse appeal is
j almost miraculous harnessing
! English and Yiddish enter-
lers. The humor of the revue
unusually enough, both keenly
Iric and subtly literate, but also
essed of hilarious, even rowdy
klities. A noteworthy asset of
Irscht Capades" is its tremen-
is entertainment values from
variety standpoint. There isn't
|Ugh of any one element to
the onlooker. As a matter of
, there is just enough of
flish and Yiddish to leave an
lience asking for more.
Jjedy, drama, and a widely
Bed score balance beautifully
1 overall standout results. A
koth blending of dialogue.
Ion. song and technical appur-
ances maintains a high average
kolding audience interest from
lain to curtain.
Ihen Mickey Katz, one-time
Jician-comedian for Spike
and his orchestra, set out
this latest producing venture,
(assigned himself a two-fold
Bion: (a) to make audiences
|h from coast to coast, (b) to
kg back to the stage not only
greatest English-Yiddish en-
n ners of the past but the
t new talent available. Both
lions are successfully accom-
ked.
seems incredible that no
on has had the nerve enough
lamble on the greatness of
pisn entertainers as Katz has.
probably because no one until
t has had the faith in the
kdness of the Yiddish box
office. The esult of "Borscht
Capades" is excellent theatre and
a nation-wide box office smash.
Katz faith in the English-Yiddish
revue has resulted in juicy pay-
offs from one end of the country
to the other with his touring
company ... a sure moneymaker.
The show has been gobbled up
by capacity audiences every-
where, with advance bookings al-
ready well ahead for many-
months from now.
By himself, Katz is one of the
great Yiddish comedians of our
day. Short, wiry, dynamic, he
sings and capers like a young colt
and having as much fun as the
audience. As funny in English as
he is in Yiddish, he's a tremen-
dous hit with the younger Jewish
generation. He deviates from
quaint costumes and heavy Yid-
dish by giving the revue a bright
and saucy colorfulness sprinkled
with plenty of laughs and
scintillating wisecracks. He's a
funmaker who makes every
minute count, and having sur-
rounded himself with some of the
finest performers in the business
the combination of talents cant
miss to give theatre-goers the
most enjoyable of evenings.
"Borscht Capades" discloses
Katz as an ingratiating clown
with a comedy routine that is
remarkably original and imagina-
tive. He moves through every
scene with a vai iation that marks
him a fundamentally proficient
zany that is so elastic in his
technique that his every moment,
every grimace, every gesture,
every eye-lift is foretellable a
second or two ahead of itself.
There is no doubt that Katz is
the best comic that the Yiddish-
English theatre has bred in recent
years; he is a pantomimist far
above the ordinary.
The historian of the Yiddish
theatre must recognize that it is
today "news" on two grounds:
first, because it has changed com-
pletely from what it previously
has been, and, second, because
with the change there has come
about a coincidentally very great
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change in the character of its
audience and its drama. The
Yiddish theatre, up to even so
recently as five years ago, was a
national hybrid institution, ap-
pealing only to the casual theatre-
goer who came from the old
country. Soon there came about,
naturally, a collapse of the Yid-
dish theatre business throughout
the country, the statistics of which
are already sufficiently and
grievously known.
In this juncture, the Yiddish
theatre had to take stock of itself.
Mickey Katz wanted to know:
was it to die, or was it to live?
And out of Katz' stock-taking
there was born the new English-
Yiddish musical revue.the be-
ginnings of a new Yiddish thea-
tretogether with the new
audience and the new drama.
Mickey Katz' "Borscht Capades"
is playing to standing-room-only
business in towns and cities which
for the last ten years have turned
a chilled shoulder to the Yiddish
theatre. American Jews are be-
ginning to return to their first,
early love ... the Yiddish musical
revue. The Los Angeles baro-
meter indicated, as well, the
changing barometers all over the
United States.
Mickey Katz is the straw which
shows the changed wind.
Judge Joseph Proskauer
Named Brandeis Trustee
The election of'Judge Joseph
M. Proskauer of New York, noted
philanthropist, attorney and
honoray president of the Ameri-
can Jewish Committee to the
board of trustees of Brandeis Uni-
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I-M Will Fet
Jliss Truman
Margaret Truman will be
honored at a reception to be
given for her by the executive
committee of the University of
Miami Symphony Orchestra on
Sunday afternoon. February 19,
immediately following her ap-
pearance with the University of
Miami Svmphony Orchestra at
Miami High School auditorium.
The reception will be held at
the University of Miami Twenty-
Seventh Avenue Center. 2T0o
S.W. 3rd St. Patrons attending
either the Sunday afternoon or
the Monday evening concerts are
invited to meet Miss Truman.
Receiving with Miss Truman
will be Dr. and Mrs. Bowman
Foster Ashe. Dr. and Mrs. Modeste
Alloo and Mr. and Mrs. Julian
Eaton. Mrs. Arnold Volpe will
introduce the guests.
Receiving at the entrance will
be Mrs. Jav F. W. Pearson. Miss
Mary B. Merritt, Mrs. A. W.
Koch. Mrs. H. Franklin Williams.
Miss Bertha Foster. Mrs. Joseph
Tarplev. Mrs. J. Ralph Murray
and Mrs. Sydney Weintraub, who
will represent the alumni of the
University of Miami.
A Romindor
By JUDITH CHERNOFF
Whv must we keep on giving?
' W.-ve given all we can.
That is the constant query
Thafs heard by every man.
Our dailv b^lls we cannot me< t
- is so bad.
Let's just remind them of one thing-
Our busII
5 just remind t...
And then they '.von': feel sad.
Both In Presentation
There is an interesting I tn ti
to the recent presentation of the
trophy by Mrs Cortright
Wetherill to Mrs. Alfred Roberts,
owner of the winning Eaton-
town. Mrs. Roberts outbid Mrs.
Wetherill (the former Ella W:d-
ener) for the same horse in the
1946 Saratoga yearling sales. The
racer is named for the Roberts'
hometown :n New Jersey.
Ten winners of major Hialeah
stakes are represented by off-
spring in the nominations for the
1950 Juvenile at the track. They
are Widener winners Bull Lea.
Four Freedoms. The Rhymer and
War Admiral McLennan winni -
Sun Again. M Haltal
..: : Flamingo winners Disj
Requested and Law
Thank God that we're the ones who give.
And not the ones who get-
Be thankful for the way we live-
Too soon we all forget.
Six million Jews were slaughtered when-
Our homes were all intact
Thev suffered tortures, yet all the wh.le.
"feu- comforts here we lacked.
And now they still are wanting
For homes and food and clothes-
While manv here are flaunting
Their problems and their woes.
Their troubles are not over
Thev still must work and strive
For just a little shelter
And just to be alive.
So let's remind ourselves once more.
What little they have had:
Let's dig a little deeper
And then we'll all be glad.
To see their lot a happy one:
And as th days go by.
Our hearts will sing for what we've done
Our spirits never die!
So let's remind ourselves again:
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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 17. 1950 Irili David Unit lans Luncheon The Sisterhood of Beth David hold a reward luncheon and a:d party at the home of Mrs. %  Gordon. 2201 South Miami [•:, on Tuesday, February 21, at 1 p.m. IA new member will be the %  mission fee. Working on the affair are Mrs. tank Rose. Mrs. E. E. Merlin ad Mrs. Max Bergman. [Reservations may be made by filing Mrs. Rose at 4-7722 or Bergman at 3-5837. LEGAL NOTICES *Jmt*hik*&bu) LEGAL NOTICE PAGE ELEVEN CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE IN THB N^^T-ON T„. ; mTV OP THEWVOF Thl> nilif office of the Secretary of en"i of an ,l Rie f F,orWn a Consent of all the stockholders under Hi a J ?f .f?.. r .'da A cts f Showing NOTICE BY PUBLICATION the dissolution of such corporation llli: CIRCUIT COURT OF THE '"><> >* Secretary of State is "aUsHe i M.KVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT I "t the requirements of law h-it-e IF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE be< """Plied with ol'NTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. I-"* WITNESS W BOSH l the Clerk of the Circuit ,f ,? : 0, n d ,fa *"' f which the of ( cmp alnt will be taken as [eased against you. '• (1 this 13 day of February. 1950 E B. LEATHERMAN, ~ c,erk ; P f ,ne Circuit Court. II Court Seal) By R. H. RICE, JR., *W>E J. TAL.ANOF^ PUly ^ ,">"> %  for Plaintiff Lincoln Road I"' Beach. Florida % -'4 3/3-10 have WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and State of Florida, at Tallahassee, the Capital, this the 8th day of (sE February. A.D. ,950. %  R. A. GRAY, Secretary of State. LEGAL KOTICE LEGAL NOTICE T ?i T 8AMUEL KAUFMAN • %  •i Allerton Avenue Bronx, New Vorlt v 1 ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED ,,.;' '„ %  '', su f r Ulvorce has been w\ r', 1 ;?""' 1 v "" ,,y l!osl : STUHL S.VV. ., ,1 "' 1 y u are required to erve ,i copy <.i von written defenses, NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No. 23530. In Re: ESTATH < >F EDITH WILLKTT SURKEIN, also known as EDITH WILI.KTT, 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 notlfled and required to present any claims and demands which vou, or LEGAL NOTICE. taken as confessed against "you. Dated this 13 day of February, 19.10 E. B. LEATHERMAN. Courthouse In Dade Countv, Florida, within eight calendar month's from the date of the first publication hereof. ,.. c,, f Circuit Court. Said claims or demands to contain the (C.rcuit Court Seal) [legal address of the claimant and to y "• H._RICE, JR., be sworn to and presented as afore2/17-24 3/3-10 Deputy Clerk. 2/17/50 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF OF E Ff?ISTr?a J "PAL CUtO !" T COI^TV IDA ',l N ASP. *£.* D ADE 129712 ~ IN CHANCERY, No. ELMER E. HELDT, Plaintiff v JPBSSUS'SSKL Defendant '" TO: LOUISE HELDT, Residence Unknown n.n f f? n ? r ? by notified that a hiin fnJ. 0mp alnt ,or Wvorce has been filed against you, and you are Required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of -omplalnt on the Plaintiff's Attornev, 5* o" U w .^'"y. w nose address Is 27 S *> bo d 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, Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief dero nded In the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weekR in THE JEWISH FLOR1D1AN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 24. day of January. A.D. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Coort, !" ,. „ Dade c u"y. Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By: WM. W. STOCKING, E. PAUL BEATTY ^^^ ^^ Attorney at Law 627 Seybold Building Miami 32, 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 of Fleet wood Store Fixtures at 116 N. E. 13th Street. Miami, Florida, intend! to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MILTON BRAND Sole Owner 2/3-10-17-24 ,KT. N OTICE BY. PUBLICATION \ T £ ,£C1RCUIT COURT OF THE f^ E Y5£ TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT^ FlOPinJ F ?v, DADE COUNTY FaoM" ~ CHANCERY, No. H ££££'&3S£f i % Plaintiff, vs. ROSE WIENER. Defendant. TO: ROSE WIENER, c/o. Hyman Schneider, 124 West 179th Street. New York City. New York. YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to Si!?" a „ copy of your Answer to the Bill of Complaint In the above cause for Divorce, on the plaintiff's attorneys, and file the original In the affice of the Clerk, of the Circuit Si" 1 "' on or bet• f lid Bill %  in .' rW .' s e ,ne ''<-Kntlons U H1 be taken as confessed JSruary^MSJ: F1 rlda ,hls ,4 day E R. LEATHERMAN, It C, ( „";n k SeaV he C rCUit C Urt By WM. W. STOCKING, E8SEN Deputy Clerk. fnev fp r Plaintiff. Ei' y 2 d Bu "ding, Florida. 3/3-10 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FI/)RIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 130029. FLORENCE HAAR, Plaintiff, vs. ARTHUR HAAR, Defendant. TO: ARTHUR HAAR 2r. Tudor Place Tudor City. New York YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Rill for Divorce has been filed against you in the above entitled cause and you are hereby required to serve a copy of your Answer to the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's attorney, and file the original in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before March 9th, A.D. 1950. HATED at Miami, Florida, this C day of February. A.D. 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit, in and for Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. I "ALLOT. SILVER TATHAM & WAYNE Attorneys for Plaintiff 1214-19 Congress Building Miami, Florida 2/10-17-24 3/3 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 130027. BLANCHE H. LERCH, Plaintiff, vs. DAVID W. LERCH, Defendant. TO: DAVID W. LBRCH, Headquarters Command, United States Air Force, Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron Boiling Air Force Base, Washington, D. C. YOU ARE NOTIFIED a Bill of Complaint for divorce hasbeen filed against you in the above cause and you are required to serve ;a copy o-f your Answer on > the plaintiffs attorney and file the original In the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before. March 8, 1950; otherwise the allegations of said Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed by you. February 6, 1950. E. B. XEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) %  By G. C. LEWIS. JR., Deputy Clerk. JACK A. ABBOTT, Esq., 927 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, Fla. 2/10-17-24 3/3 said, or same will be barred. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Date January 13th. A.D. 1950. THEODORE J. SAKOWITZ. As Ancillary Administrator of the F, S t £, e „.,S f EDITH WILLETT SURKEIN. Deceased. 1/20-27 2/3-10 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THB ELEVENTH JUDICIAL cTRCUTP OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCIERY, No. 129629. SAM BEITSCII, Plaintiff, vs. MARY BE1TSCH. Defendant. TO: MARY BEITSCII 815 Del mar St. Louis, Missouri You are hereby ordered and required to serve a copy of your Answer to the Bill of Complaint, a en— 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 vou. Dated at Miami, Florida, this 20th day of January, 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By G. C. LEWIS. JR.. I >cputy Clerk. SAMUEL J. RAND. Attornev 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 engaged In business under the fictitious name of Bonlto Cleaners at 108 S. W. 16th Avenue. Miami, Florida, intend to NOTICE UNDER FACTITIOUS VAmtun •,, %  W^W H-iiiii'i: urn .h i CE i"^ i 1 ^ R ? BY OVEN that I register said name with the Clerk g*. M ?* w l *l a t .0— mag to engage In of the Circuit Court of Dade County, business under the fictitious name of Florida. THE BEST VACUUM CLEANER REPAIR at number 1727 S.W, Sth Street in the City of Miami, Florida Intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. EDMUND F. RYDZEWSKI ,„„. O HARLES W. FISHER ARONOV1TZ & ARONOVITZ Attorneys 748 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Fla. 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 of Lu-r.ii Products at 2904 S*. W. 8th Street, Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of |U ,„ tl „„ „, m u lc mo oi.. u tne circuit Court of Dade County, ; February, 1950. otherwise the alFlorida. „ TOMMY COHEN BI^ACK, PEARLMAN and COOPER Attorneys for Applicant 235 Lincoln Road 2/3-10-17-24 MICHAEL SBGALL and SARAH SEGALL 1/27 2/3-10-17-24 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THB ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FI.ORIDA, IN AND FOR DADB COUNTY. — IN CTHANCERY, No. 129690. JACOB GROSS, Plaintiff, vs. CAROLINE GROSS. Defendant. TO: CAROLINE GROSS 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 attorney, and file the original in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 23rd day of NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I 2/10-17-24 3/3 ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 130093. HERMAN POLLAK. Plaintiff, vs. CELIA POLLAK, Defendant. TO: CELIA PoLLAK c/o Herman Stolzenberg 203 West 95th Street Apartment 5-B New York City, New York YOU ARE REQUIRED to serve a copy of your answer to the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's attorneys, NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY. No. 130094. JOHN S'. MEADOR. Plaintiff, vs. JULE MEADOR. Defendant. TO: JULE MEADOR, defendant Blue Moon Hotel Lakewood, New Jersey YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to serve a copy of jour Answer to the plaintiff's Bill of Complaint for Divorce, on the plaintiff's solicitors, Turk and Newman, whose address is 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and file your original Answer In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit in and for Dade County, Florida, before the 10 day pf March. 1950, or in default thereof, a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against you. Dated: February 7, 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By 3d. C. FEIGE. Deputy Clerk. MILTON R. MANNHEIMER Of Counsel I legations of said Bill 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) By 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 of Biscayne Shore Market at 10MO Biscayne Boulevard, Dade County, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ALBERT BARON JOSEPH LEVINS HARRY DIETZ Attorney 1/27 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 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, Florida. CLYDE SHEPARD EMILY E. SEYMOUR Attorney for Applicant and file the orlcinal answer In the I Seybold Bldg. Office of the Clerk of the Circuit I Miami. Florida NIOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that MILTON A. FRIEDMAN the undersigned, desiring to engage In Attorney for Applicant business under the fictitious name of i Seybold, Bldg. Pallant Insurance Agency at 901 N.E. | 2/3-10-17-24 2nd Avenue. Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk • if the Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida. BERNARD II. PALLANT LEONARD EGERT IpTICE BY PUBLICATION i E SSSSS COU£T T OF N mm* '.x, IAL CIRCUIT OFJNTYm .v, AND FOR DARE iff**:,— IN CHANCERY. NV &rL rm iS unt Avenue T, ark New Jersey R A ||i "ERBW NOTAFJED "en filed ( ?" n P 1 1 n< for BlVorce *oi"red ,„ a f alnst yo "-"d you o V l {* r ve „ a copy of your 'laintiff6 ""'of Complaint on ?n .h. a orney and file the Ctr^ ,he Clerk oi N of MarS, ,, r bMor tn By M. C FEIGE. W RROOKS De,,u C|erk ey for Plaintiff Florida 3/3-10 %  • %  V*'NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THF: CIRCUIT 80URT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 129863. NICK HEMSON, Plaintiff, vs. ELSIE HBMSON, Defendant. Elsie Hemson, Wi Harrisoniwii| Bronx.. New York: (Residence) ,, (Mailing Address> '. Elsie Hemson, :}8 ..oivihiirj2oad„ r wet. Care I&TnTriefman, Bronx, New York. %  You are require*! to serve a copy of your answer to the Bill-of Com>laiBt^4k'-Orvorc'.an the plaintiff's .attorne?."-and to Hie the original nsWer In the office %  ef the .Clerk Of the Oil>cult < Vurt on or. before the 4th-day of March, A.D. I960; otherwise, the Blfl of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore' filed herein, will ^e taken as confessed by you.. Dated at Miami. Florida, -this the t0 day of Jasuary, 1950. B. B., LStATHBRMA**. Clerk fit the Circuit Court. -. TJakOe County, Florida. (Crrcnitcourt Seal)'" By WM. W. STOCKING, MILTON AFRlEDMANr" Pbtlnttfra Solicitor NW3 .Seybold. Building. Miami. FtorMa. I/J-10-1T-24 Court on or before the 10th day of March. 1950. In the above entitled cause for divorce, otherwise a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against you. Dated this 7 day of February. 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIGE, Deputy Clerk. GENET & GENET 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida Attorneys for Plaintiff 2/10-17-24 3/3 2, S-ln-17-24 ^ 3 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, DADE OOUNTY, FLORIDA.—No. 21795. RE: E8TATE OF JACOB WEINER, Deceased. NOTICE Is hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Executrix or the estate of Jacob Welner, deceased; and that on the 27 day of February. 1950. I will apply to the Honorable W. P. Blanton, County Judge of Dade NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COVNTY. FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE,' NO. 23622. •• In Re: ESTATE OF PAUL WEITZMAN, Deceased, v ••.'•'. To All Creditors and A" Fecsons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: .Yon*, and .each. of. you, are hereby notified and required Jo present any claims and .defoantls -whichYQU, or either of you, may. hae',j*ainst, the estate of PAUL. .WEITZMAN, deceased, late .of Miami, Beach. DJe County, Florida, .to' the /Hofi' w." *F: BLANTON, Count/ %  Judge' -otDade County, and file the eame In his office .in -the County Courthouse in Dade County. Florida,", within eight calasdar months'from, the-date of the first poblicatian-.hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the Jegal addreus of the claimant and-.to be sworn to and pri-sety*! 'as, aforesaid, or same wllU-be J>arrell. Se\ Section 120 of the'1938 Ptofeafe^Act. DatedJanuary M, .AtD. I960. GERTRUDE WEITZMAN. As Execujrtx of ipe,Last will and. Testament of PAUL WEIT1MAN, Deceased. ANNA liRJCNNER MJKY-ERS .' ,. v Attorney for Estate of Paul Wettzinan 2/10-17-24 3/3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of i E & I. POULTRY A FISH MARKET County. Florida, for approval of said at 615 N. W. 2nd Avenue, Miami, nal report and for final discbaige Florida, intends to register said name a* Executrix of the estate of Jacob with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of w £ in er le '" c a8ed .' a „„ arxr ,a= ft Dade County. Florida. This 20 day of_Januar>, 19a0 %  LEO SHE.NER BKRT EDELSTEIN WE.NSTEIN, W^NSTElS T^ Attorney for. Applicant | ^'^Sltoad. Miami Beach. .Fla. Pacific Building, Miami, Florida 2/3-10-17-24 3/3 same in his office In the Cou Courthoiise In Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date or the first publication hereof. Said claims or' demands to oentaln 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 A.-'-' Date January 25th, A.D. 1960. LEON KAPLAN, AB Executor of the Last Will and %  SceSSSB" — '^'•W^* -*^dmn, MYERS. HBIMAN & KAPLAN '"""'"'" %  *"' Executor MMi*tW i -%  NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FIXiRIDA. — IN PROBATE, No. 23597. In Re: ESTATE OF CHARLES 1TELDMAN, 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 CHARIJCS FEL.DMAN. deceased., late of Dade County. Florida, to the Hon. W. F. BLANTON, County Judge of Dade County, and..tile the Mto of DADE "County. Florida, to the nty "Hon. Attorneys for Estate of Jacob Welner, deceased. 1/27 2/3-10-17 NOTICE TO CREDITORS. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No. In Re: ESTATE OF EVA M1NSKOFF. 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. _J 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 win he barred. See Section 120 Of the 1933 1'nohate Act. Date January 25, A.I> 1950. -SAUL MINSKOFF. As Administrator of the Estate of EVA MINSKOFF, Deceased. •• MYERS. HElMAN KAPLAN D Attorneys for Administrator 2/3-10-17-24 •



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PAGE TWENTY-TWO Israel. Egypt Talk Peace, Progress Seen L. J. Ell Earned Histadrut Head Leon J. Ell was elected chairJERUSALEM (JTA) Peace ma „ of the Greater Miami talks between Israel and BSYM ZUut Committee St meetmg have reached the "serious stage, it was reported here mis week. The report stated that two meetings were recently held between representatives of the two state, In P a -country which is interested in peace in the Middle East. It added that the delegates had informed their respective governments of the tack taken at the talks, and that both government* had approved of what had been accomplished thus far..Last week, Eli Sassoon. Israel Mm'* l \ .' Turkey denied that such talks nan taken'place at Ankara. (The majority of the Lebanese people—Christian and Moslem alike—favor the initiation of direct peace talks between Lebanon and Israel as sum as the Jewisn state and Jordan have negotiated a pact, it was reported in London from Beirut this week. The report added that cordial relations alreadv exist between Jews in northern Israel and Arabs in southern Lebanon.) .S20.000.000 Credit To Go To Israel WASHINGTON. (JTA) The board of directors of the ExportImport Bank announced this week authorization of credits totaling $20 000.000 to Israel for the purchase of U. S. equipment, ma-, terials and services necessary for the continuation in 1950 and 1951 of Israel's construction program. The program includes the erection of houses and community facilities, construction and reconstruction of interurban highways and the expansion of water supply and sewage-disposal facilities. During the next two years Israel expects to use this money to help house approximately 400.000 immigrants—including upwards of, 75.000 now in camps—according to the bank. The new credits are to be amortized in 15 years and will bear interest at 3'percent per annum. They bring to a total of. $93,350,000 credits authorized thus I far bv the Export-Import Bank from'the S100.000.00 earmarked for Israel in January. 1949. ,ast week at Temple Beth Sholom according to Solomon Osheroff. regional director. Other officers include Harry Kohn, Dr. Harry Queen, Sam Ashkenazy. Mrs. Rosemary KapFMDAY.FEBRUMv, lan and Mrs. Harry Faber, vice chairmen; I. S. Shapoff, treasurer. The committee also made plans for its annual dinner to be held March 12. Purim Dance PlannJ The Golden Ao P r Club of the Miami JeJ" mumty Center j s -; plans for a masquersri?! dance to be held Sa „L h ning, March 11. odlur<1 >Il ITnai l.'ri.li Open Youth Office Here The B'nai B'rith Youth Organization announces the opening of its new office at 1220 Congress' Building, to service more than 400 youths in the Greater Miami area. 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FEBRUARY 17, 1950 Jewish fk>r Mian PAGE THIRTEEN j n g Rabbi Congratulates Miami isli Community On Rapid Growth first visit to Miami we the war Rabbi Israel ithal, nationally known the Brooklyn Jewish ongratulated the Greater ewish community on the iij efforts which have es"" it as "probably the {rowing such community fation." Levinthal is vacationing Levinthal at the orthoimnico Hotel, where they jin until March. a year the Levinthals Da \ a visit to Israel. Rabbi al'has been in Palestine lis first trip was made in fhen he was appointed I to officiate at the dedicaHcbrew University. A ater he spent almost half Ithere as a figure in the |tion of the Yeshurun, torusalem's leading synainterest with the rabbi pn the maintenance of Religious and cultural life |ca. "We have to realize," this week whe inter[ at the Delmonico, "that est Jewish population for iyears will remain in ^ill gain spiritual strength inspiration of Israel, but Jews must devote their toward building up a [religious culture here. ibition is to see institulolly devoted to Jewish The more scholarship we inore we are assured of I preservation. Synagogues bols will save Jewish life," %  ally impressive to him is bud record" attained here Hebrew Academy, the BW synagogues, the UJA Jewish Federation. Itly. the Brooklyn Jewish (celebrated its 30th anniIt is the second and Jewish center established tountry. L Levinthal is former presIthe Rabbinical Assembly, I of the national officers in |Synacogues of America. first president of the egion of Brooklyn and GOOD NAME tore to be Mured than riches." Proverbs ORDON IUNERAL HOME-^ [MBOLIZES EVERY1ING A GOOD NAME IMPLIES is visiting professor of homiletics at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, which recently awarded him an honorary D.D. degree. At the last graduation exercises presided over by Rabbi Stephen S. Wise Rabbi Levinthal also received the degree of Doctor of Jewish Theology. He has published numerous volumes of sermons dealing with problems of Jewish life in America. Rabbi Levinthal's celebrated father is Rabbi Bernard L. Levinthal, now 85, who is the dean of the orthodox rabbinate in the United States. He is chief orthodox rabbi in Philadelphia, where he has been serving for 60 years. Rabbi Levinthal's brother, also a Philadelphian, is Judge Louis Levinthal of the Court of Common Pleas S. .1. Freedman HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington AT, Miami Beach Between Fourth and Fifth St*. Hebrew Religious Suppllee For Synagogues and Private Ue. Also for Hebrew Schools. C ,_ 1BC "C1D Telephone 5-9017 Jackson J. Holts of Boston, Mass., national commander of the Jewish War Veterans of the United States of America, is shown with President Truman during a recent visit to the White House. Commander Holts expressed the JWV's appreciaton to the President for his efforts in behalf of civil rights and liberalised Displaced Persons legislation. The JWV commander also urged United States backing for a United Nations Genocide Convention and safeguards in west Germany to prevent remilitarization and renewed political activity by neo-Nazi elements. LONDON ARMS %  W3 DINING ROOM OPEN TO PUBLIC PHONE 5-1264 Vndtr fttltnml Supt'v.lion •# M. KMISMRO 0 SRAMSON M. SUSSMAN PARTY CATERING Eisenberg Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Henry Eisenberg, formerly of 4241 S.W. 12th St., will take place Sunday at 10:30 a.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Murray Grauer officiating. Mr. Eisenberg is survived by his widow and a son. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Co. Friends and relatives are asked to be present. Tropical Women To Hold Party Tropical chapter of B'nai B'rith women will hold a Valentine party on Sunday, February 19, at 2 p.m., at the Cerebral Palsy Clinic, 304 S.W. 8th Ave. Refreshments, movies and entertainment are planned. Chairman of the affair is Mrs. Lewis Wilson. Assisting are Mrs. Irving Cypen and Mrs. J. Feldman. TWENTY-SECOND SEASON — 1948-1950 UNIVERSITY OF*M.AMl' S Y M P HONY ORCHESTRA MODESTE ALLOC M$teol Director — MIAMI SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL SUNDAY, FEB. 19—3:00 MONDAY, FEB. 20—8:30 MARGARET TRUMAN TICKETS: Sunday $1.60, 2.40, 3 00. 3.60 Monday $1.80, 2.40, 3.60. 4.20, 4.80 This is the second of a series of advertisements to acquaint you with the members of MiamtHome Milk Producers Association. ["or 25 years the name RDON has been asliated with service to •ater Miami Jewish causes. lyour time of need let [help you as we have pe for other grateful families ORDQN 1 S.W. 12th Avenuo M 3-3431 or 9-1436 pOS. L. PLTJMMER Funeral Director • One of thevery few woman dairy farm operators In South Florida, owner and manager of Paul G. Anderson Dairy, located at 59*0 Sorth Red Road, Hialeah. Xabel B. Anderson holds the distinction of being one of the very few women in South Florida to own and operate her own dairy farm. Although with her husband, the late Paul G. Anderson, she had taken an active part in the management of the dairy since their marriage in 1935, it was not until Mr. Anderson's death in December 1948 that Mrs. Anderson was forced to assume full charge of the operation. But, South Florida farming...in all its phases...was an old story to Mrs. Anderson. Her father, J. W. Anderson, was a farmer, too. In 1911, he moved his family from Baltimore to what is now Coral Gables, and maintained a successful farm there for many years. So, Mrs. Anderson has always been well versed in the ways of the land...as is her 11-year old son, Paul, Jr., a student at Gladeview School, who, it now appears, will some day follow in his parents' footsteps and become a dairy farmer, too. Isabel B. Anderson attended Florida schools and graduated from Boston University. She is past president of Gladeview Parent Teacher Association, member and former Warder of Order of Eastern Star, Hialeah Chapter 153 and a member of Order of Amaranth, Oleeta Court No. 2. Paul G. Anderson was one of the original organizers of Miami Home Milk Producers Association. The original Anderson dairy farm was located at Northwest 95th Street and 31st Avenue, Miami. In 1947 the farm was moved to its present location at 5930 North Red Road, Hialeah. The farm consists of 100 acres and the rich, high quality milk from the herd of 215 regularly tested, Jersey-Guernsey grade cows is delivered daily to the Miami Home Milk Plant at Northwest 7lh Avenue and 24th Street, Miami. Despite her busy days as mother, civic and club leader, farm owner and business manager, Isabel B. Anderson, together with her fellow members, also finds Mine to take an active part in the management of Miami Home Milk Producers Association. Buy an extra quart of creamier, richer, daily fresh Vitamin D Homogenized Home Milk Hay at your grower's. Or, phone us, and the friendly Home Milk Man will have |t on your dCstep in the morning! Remember, ifs daily fresh ... you can taste the difference! / _—.-. • Be Sure To Put Your Milk Bottles Out Where Your Milkman Cam Pick Them Up \ ~ts PHONE • MIAMI 2-7696 • FORT LAUDERDALE I J 2-2475 MM sr MSttWUtt MILK Drink Daily Fresh ... and Taste the Di&er&nce! %  i • I



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SI PAY, FEBRUARY 17.1950 iafkin Heads irdiae Chapter Louis Shafkin, Miami Beach Jireler, was named president of ins Chapter No. One of the Itional Children's Cardiac me. He succeeds Abbot A. j-lin who was forced to step tvn under the press of business. rlin became vice president, ing Shafkin's place. resident of Florida for the 25 years, Shafkin is a memof the BPOE, B'nai B'rith, sons. Shriners, Miami Beach Bmber of Commerce, Odd flows. Miami Showmen's Aslation and Kiwanis Club. Other officers of the group are try Erlanger, Frank Steinberg, Tunick and Ed Dornbush, presidents; Abe L. Pollack, tetary; David R. Rifas, treasr; Joel Hoch, auditor. ^knl^t tkrkfinr % %  : % %  *i PAGE NINE RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY k inple Isaiah |ans Parim Fete Smple Isaiah will hold a Im party at Copa City on day evening, February 26, acing to an announcement by fried Geismar, president, he program will include a plete festival dinner and the Copa City show featuring t Thomas. Shonfeld is chairman of bommittee. Serving with him pis committee are A. J. Harris, rge J. Bertman, Ben Tupler, I Clara Mae Van Ness, Mrs. ISchonfeld, David Trau, SiegGeismar, Joseph Rosenthal, Jacobi. Herbert Gutman, Mr. /Irs. Ben Silver and Mr. and Aaron Courshon. meeds will be allocated to Hiding fund for a permanent for the Temple Isaiah conation. Additional information tickets may be obtained by bg 82-1581. N.w! r F £ 1 d k j0wi,h ** %  31 Si. '., St Hebrew classes under direction of Rev. Philip Fried at 6701 ?;" %  4 th Av eon Mondays and Ihur.sdavf. from 4 to 6 p.m. North Dad* Jewish Center (Conservative). 13630 W. Dixie Highway. North Miami. Friday evening services at 8 o m Saturday morningservices at 9. Sunday school 10 a.m. First Jewish Congregation of Coral Gables. 2410 Ponce de Leon Blvd. (Conservative). Friday evening services at 830 An Oneg Shabbat will be held following: the services. Members and friends are invited to attend FlaglerGranada Jewish Center. 175 S.W. 45th Ave. Saturday services at 9 a.m. Israelite Center (General). 3346 S.W. 24lh St Dally services at 7:30 a.m. and" 5:30 p.m Saturday morning services at 9. North Shore Jewish Center (Conservative). 916 Everglades Concourse, Miami Beach (Aits Chaim Congregation). Rov. Philip Fried. imi AJC Unit Meet Monday fleeting of the Miami ChapWomen's Division of the pcan Jewish Congress, will Ud at the Garden Restaurant, IS.W 8th St., on Tuesday, p 21. tnch will be served at 11:30 land the business meeting get under way at 1 p.m. • of the city commissioners be guests at the meeting. iJWIN CAMPS PORT JERVIS. N. Y. the Calskill Mountains Established 1919 NON.COMMERCIAL 5GRESSIVE EDUCATIONAL ICAMPS IDEAL FOR -VISH BOYS AND GIRLS Hid water sports; aesthetic '-. resident doctors and .Jewish cultural Influences; aih -iii'1 Dietary laws observed. RATES $375. for descriptive booklet "FL" P. SCHOOLMAN. Director West 83rd St., New York 24 Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. ino rabbi will speak. An open forum discussion and an Oneg Shabbat follows. .Saturday morning services at .1:15 a.m. Sunday school at 10 a.m. at Uiscayne Klementary School. N. W. Religious Congregation. 3681 N. W. 2nd St Services Saturday morning at :Q0 o'clock. Congregation Beth Tfilah (Orthodox). 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Friday evening services at 6:00 p.m. Oneg Shabbat at 8:30 p.m. Saturday morning services at 8:30. During the morning service Rabbi Hackovsky will conduct the services and speak on "The i'ortion of the Week." At 4:30 the rabbi will speak on "Protective Measures." followed by Mincha*, Shalosh Seudos and Maarlv. Morning services daily at 7 and 8 a.m. Class in Mlshnah at 7:30 a.m. Evening services daily at 6 p.m. followed byclass in Laws and Customs. Maarlv follows, ('lasses will be conducted bv Rabbi Rackovsky. Congregation xoung Israel (Orthodox). 4001 Chase Ave., Miami Beach. Weekday services 8 a.m., Saturdays il a.m Mincha 5:45 on weekdays; 5:30 on Fridays. Saturday Mincha at 5 p.m. followed by Shalos Seudos. T'Fereth Israel Congregation of Miami (Orthodox). 4302 N.W. 7th Avenue. Friday evening services at 3 p.m.: Saturday morning at 9:30 a.m. All residents in that area are invited to attend. Coral Gables Jewish Center (Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop; Cantor Joseph W. Malek; Steve Kessler. organist. Palermo Ave. near Le Jeune. Friday night services at 8:15. Sermon by Rabbi Skop. finest speaker Dr. Ponald Michelson, director of Hillel Foundation of the University of .Miami. Oneg Shabbat by Sisterhood. Adult classes on Wednesday at 8 p.m. Youth Groups Wednesdays and Thursday at 8:30; Dally Hebrew School and Sunday Religious School at 10 a.m. Saturday morning Torah service at 9:45. Kiddush by Mr. and Mrs. 1.. Mason. Temple Israel (Reform). 137 N.E. 19th St. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Rabbi Emeritus. Friday evening services at 8:15 2jJi M i H Kaplan will conduct the vLhon %"",? ****£ wl be Rabbi %  nXfwS'S^P of Temple EmanuH\w N ew York, who win deliver the addi ess. Mrs. Emanuel Larlck will L£V> .L he n 'e*slngs over the candles, sabbath eye reception under sisterhood rh f !" !" er ,V e and refreshments chairman, will be assisted by Mrs ~S r J. y ,}' sl mon s. hospitality chalrM a rr?* r i. E1 ry Slone "-o-chairmn; Mrs Gordon Davis and Mrs. Frank A. lerlman. hostesses for February Saturday morning services at 11 a.m. Dr. Kaplan will speak on "Hebrew Laws About Strangers." The members or the confirmation class will participate. Jewish Community Center (Conservative). 2020 Polk St.. Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig; Guest soloist. Mrs. Hattie Wagner. Early Friday services at 5:3". bate 1-ridny services at 8:15. Guest speaker MX!?S*. I'lenman who will discuss The Role of the I'nlled Synagogue." Saturday morning services at 9:30 Rabbi will preach on "Weekly I'ortion or the law." Sunday morning religious school assembly on occasion of Washington's birthday, film "Sons of Liberty will be shown depicting episode on life of Haym Solomon. Hebrew Academy. 918 61h St. Miami Beach. Friday evening services at 5:45. Saturday morning at 8 a.m. Sol L. sugarman, principal, will deliver a sernion on "Laws and Ordinances." Class in study of Mlshna Saturday at AU, p.m Mincha services at 5:30 followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily Bible classes j at 5:15 p.m. Daily Services at 8:00 a.m. and 5:15 p.m Temple Betn Bnolom (Liberal), 4144 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel Kelemer. i, ^'day evening services at f:15. Rabbi Kronish will speak on "Hydrogen. Heaven and Hell." Sabbath service at 10:45 a.m. Sunday school at 9:45. Hebrew school 3:15 p.m. Monday through Thursday. Wedncsdav night forum at 8:45 on "Can We Have a Common American Judaism Temple Isaiah (Reform). 1536 Bay Road. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moshay P. Mann. Friday evening services at 8:15, conducted by Rabbi Moshay P. Mann with Dr. Paul Heck as Cantor. Sermon topic will be What Price Brotherhood?" in observance of Brotherhood \ eek. Free religious school meets Sunday morning at 10. Congregation Beth David (Conservative), Coral Way and 26th Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. On Friday from 8:30 to 9 services will he broadcast over station WWl'lI. i Rabbi Shapiro will discuss "I'nited We Prosper—Divided We Falter." Floral offering will he made by Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cohen in memory Of Mrs. Cohen's mother. Dr. and Sirs. Harold Rand will give the Oneg Shabbat. This Sabbath (Shabhos Shckolim) the rabbi will speak on "Loyalties.'* Services will begin at 9 a.m. and the rabbi will expound on the I'ortion of the Law, student Cong. Saturdaj 'at 10:30 a.m. Hebrew school between 3:3(1 and 6:30 p.m. daily Congregation Beth El (Orthodox). 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Friday evening services at 5:45 p.m. Friday forum at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Murray Grauer will preach on "Our Laws and Morality." A reception will follow. Hosts will be Rabbi and Mrs. Isadore Shoulson. Saturday morning services at 8:30. Rabbi Grauer will preach on the I'ortion of the Week. Junior Congregation at 1 a.m. Mincha at 5:30 p.m. rollowed by Shalos Shudos. Sunday school 10 a:m. Daily religious school J:30 to 6:30. Daily religious services 8 a.m. and 5:45 p.m. Congregation Both Jacob (Orthodox), 301-311 Washington ATO, Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Services will be held Friday evening at 5:45. Late Friday evening forum at 8:30.Rabbl Mesiheloff will lecture on 'Modern Karaites." Cantor Feder will lead communal singing. Saturday morning at 8:30 Goest Speaker Rabbi Kllrzcr Silver, president of the Union of Orthodox Rabbis of the United States and Canada will address the congregation. Jonlor Congregation at 10 a.m. directed by A. J. Shafra. Mincha at 5:45 followed by Shalos .Seudos. Rabbi will speak on "the I'ortion of the Week. Dally school from 3:30 to 6:30 Monday through Thursday and 9 a.m. to noon on Sunday. Temple Emanu-El (Reform), 1801 S. Andrews Ave., Fort Lauderdale. Dr. Marius Hanson. Rabbi. Dr. Alexander Brin of Boston, editor, educator and civic leader, will be guest speaker In honor of National Brotherhood Week observance. Rabbi Ranson will conduct the service and present the speaker who Is publisher of the Jewish Advoiate of Boston. A rereptlon will be held following the services which will begin at 8:15 ami end at 9:30. Mrs Morris Nankin is president of the Sisterhood which will tender the reception. Congregation Knesoth Israel (Orthodox), 1415 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H. Ever. Mincha Friday at 5:45. Guest Cantor Morcal Haucr, of Vienna, will officiate Oneg Sabbath Forum at 8:30 conducted by Rabbi Ever who will speak on Jewish Religion—Social Justice and Democracy." Refreshments will be served following the forum. Saturday morning service at S:30 conducted bv Cantor Hauer. Rabbi Ever will address the congregation. At 4:30 p.m. the rabbi will deliver a lecture on the Portion of the Week followed by Mincha at 5 p.m. and Shalos Seudos. nmlros and remarks by guests. Maariv to follow. Daily services at 8 a m • evening at 5:30. Daily Hebrew school from 3:30 Monday through Thursdav: religious school Sunday at in a.m. Miami Beach Jewish Community Center (Conservative), 1701 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. Late Friday service at 8:30 p.m. In observance of Brotherhood Week guest speaker will be Rev. J. Mitchell Taylor, minister of All Souls Episcopal Church and president of the Miami Beach Clergy Council At Saturday morning services the rabbi will preach on the Weekly Portion of the Law. Bar Mltsvah of Fred, sou of Mr. and Mrs. Simon B Rot win Ik; and Kenneth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Wilpon. Daily services at 8 a.m. and u:30 p.m.? Miami Hebrew School and Congregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Rabbi Simon AprilCantor Borele Kelemer. Friday evening services at 6:00. l-atc Friday evening forum at 8:15. In honor of AZA Sabbath, Chapter 322 will participate In the services. Oneg Shabbat will follow. The public Is Invited. Services Saturday morning at 8:30 a.m, rabbi's topic will be "The Influence of the Bible Upon the World." Mischna class at 5 p.m. followed by Mincha and Maariv services. Bar Mitzvah services Sunday morning at 8:30 followed by a Bar Mitzvah breakfast. 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FRIDAY, FEBRUABY || .18 I N PAGE TEN North Shore Unit To Receive Torah Rabb, Morris A. Skop will give the principal address at Be Sivum Hatorah at the North Shore Jewish Center on Sunda> night February 26. Mr. and Mrs. fcadore Goldman, formerly ol Chicago, will present a i.'rah to the newly formed cent< • monies to be held at Temple Beth Shol Others on the program an Mav Ha Id Turk; D J H. Kaplan, president of the Miami Rabbinical Assembly; • R '• Philip Fried, act North Shon Jewish Center: C n. %  Paul C isli %  'i l brother-int the G Cantor Maurice Mamches, Cantor Samuel Kelemer; Melvin Pazol, president of tin center, and Mrs Sam Donin. president of the sistei h >od. The Rev. Fried will conduct the Chupah ceren-.ony for the roran and all present will be given the opportunity to have their names inscribed in this first scroll presented to the congregation. Refreshments will be served in the patio at 6:30 p.m. and the program will begin in the temple | at 7. ===7====T=nTl^^ Lodge Entries C n S| llebale Orates* statewide Seh... ,n,„rmating regarding the Margaret Truman, daughter of the President of the United States, will appear in concert here on Sunday. February 18. at 3 p.m. and Monday. February 19. at; 8.30 p.m. at the Miami High School auditorium. V-V Frai Marks 25th Birthday Friday, February 17. marks the beginning of a three-day celebration bv Florida Delta Chapter of Pi Lambda Phi at the University of Florida in honor of its silver anniversary. Burning of tne nouse mortgage and initiation of new members will highlight the events. De in of Engineering Joseph Weil, ti r adviser, will light the match to the i Sal night at the semi-1 al banquet. s. tui la> nin thi • %  will bi initiated Fi llov ing initiation an alumni meeting will be hi Registrati n Frid ftern r foil wed by a buffet supper and soi n the new patio. Brothers oi Pi Lambda Phi have distinguished themselves on the campus. Seventeen members have been elected to Ph: Beta Kappa. eighteen to the Florida Blue Key, five to the hall of fame, five have been among university's top ten debators. Jan Peeree To §lng March ." Jan Peerce. American ti n currently in his ninth WOSPP with Metropolitan Opera, will sing >n Sunday. March i, at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Peerce ,o....s to Miami Beach after his annual engagemenl the San Francisco Opera Where ppeared for the first time in the "role of Don Ottavio in •s "Don Giovanni. He preceded his San Francisco dates with a round of sun ncerts in New York at the Lewis,.hn Stadium, Philadelphia at the Robin Hood Dell. Washington, D. C. at the Watergate C %  erts and at festivals in Monand Red Rocks. Coloi His numen us b st-selling RCA y %  |ji have made his internatii nally famous and he has been repeatedly invited to appi the principal cities of Europe His American committments thus far have made a special trip abroad impossible but Peerce is scheduled to sing for the first time on the continent at the end of the current season. The concert is sponsored by the Miami Beach Jewish Center Sisterhood. Chairman of the event is Mrs. Ira Cole Walsey. %  its .n, option. l9 Sul tof 1 th V' : : will b "B solv, I That House Resol ng D £ the : ,, K„ : %  Bill Should Twenty B'nai Brith lodges n the state\-ill stimulate the hh schools in their particular local y ito en:,. th .mpeutwn, witn finals Listed for Dade n April 13 and 14. The affirmative and negative hools through. •... state will come to Miami to compete in the linals on Apni 20 and 21. ... Winners of the contest will receive a one-week all expense trio to Washington, D. C.. tor themselves and their coach and their school will gain possession %  the revolving citizenship thei informating regarding the debate mav be obtained by calling the B'nai B'rith Council. Form Law Partnership Robert A. Kanter and Frank M Marks announce the formation partnership for the practice of law under the firm name of Kanter and Marks with offices at 932 du Pont Building. INCOME TAX SERVICE PHONE 3-2154 NATHAN ABRAHAM 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 LENOX MANOR ROOMS WITH C 2 MEALS Fine Foods—Spacious Patios—Free Service to Beach Rooms with Double Exposure—Reasonable 827 Lenox Avenue, Miami Beach Phone 5-5149 ACE KM. CLEANERS 26 S. W. South River Drive Phone 9-1155 RUGS CLEANED, DYED end DEMOTHED Carpet Laying and Repairing FURNITURE CLEANING Zionist Luncheon Ciub Dedicates Its Program to __ The Cantor's Association of Greater Miami ON WEDNESDAY. FEB. 8th, 12:15 P.M. at MENDELSOHN'S LINCOLN MANOR (Kosher Restaurant) 2 LINCOLN ROAD with the Popular Raconteur ATTY. HAROLD SHAPIRO Toastmaster Presiding: CANTOR SAMUEL KELEMER President. Cantors' Assoc. of Greater Miami Guest Speak er: HERMAN LEFKOWITZ Famous Composer, Author and Publisher of New York In Obervance of Jewish Music Month Arrangements: CANTORS LOUIS FEDER JACOB Y. GOLDRING BERELE KELEMER Zionist News Reporter: MURRAY GOODMAN Tariff $1.55 per plate (including tip) PUBLIC IS INVITED Sponsored by MIAMI BEACH ZIONIST DISTRICT Listen to WWPB Every Saturday Night il VENETTI'S RESTAURANT ITALIAN AMERICAN FOODS FEATURING PIZZA BEER — WINE "Specializing in" Steaks Chops Chicken Italian Dishes Plenty Parking Space Phone 48-5100 4041 N.W. 71h Street SIMON SEIDEN invest in israel PALESTINE ECONOMIC CORPORATION Common Stock S28 per share. AMPAL' AMERICAN PALESTINE TRADING CORP. 3o bonds S500 and SI000 each. IHridend* and interest in U (As we sell these securities on behalf of the issuer, we charge no commission.) American Palestine Securities Co.. Inc. (Member Natl. Awn. of Sec. Dealers. Inc.) 50 Broad Street. New York City PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. Miami's One And Only JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS Large Stock On Hand For Immediate Delivery! Serving the Jewish Community Since1932 Exclusive Dealers ROCK of AGES MEMORIALS 3277-79 S.W. 8th Street Phone 4-5922 I irst Annual tianquet Kneseth Israel Congregation 1415 EUCLID AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH Will be a Testimonial Banquet in Honor of Their Esteemed Spiritual Leader RABBI ISAAC H. EVER Sunday. February lth, at 8 Mi. V 14 TOR HOTEL 12th Street and Ocean Drive, Miami Beach • RABBI IRVING LEHRMAN—Guest Speaker • CANTOR LEIBELE TRAINER, of New York— Guest Cantor • EMIL COHEN, Nationally Famous Humorist ABRAHAM FINESTONE, Pres. MAX LIPPMAN, Vice Pres. WOLF SIROT. Hon. Lile Pres. & Treas. SAMUEL R. SHERMAN. Vice Pre*EDWARD MATTHEW. Hon. Pres. SOLOMON STEINER, Fin. Secy. ABRAHAM WERMAN, Vice Pres. ISAAC SOBEL. Record. Secy.



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PAGE SIX +Je*lslincrkfiari Beth Jacob Will Hold Purim Fete Congregati in Beth Jac ib will tits its 24t:i annual I on Sun laj venii g, Feb. 26, at the Miami Beach High School, according to David Whitman, pr< sidi nt. Head ng I ffair is C uncil:. .: 11 D ic Kl< in The it, a traditi n with the nee it twenty-four years %  -: i. will : twond-aly show pi esented by the Sid White Theatrical Agency. Serving on thi ttee with I> Kl in an M B, Frank, J Lesser. Si ul El B rnhard L i Mey< % %  Philip tzler, I. Brenner and Harrj Sonz, Reservations may be obtained by contacting Dr. Klein at 420 Lincoln Road or the synagogue office at 311 Washington Ave. Auxiliary Hill >l''i Monday The Miami Ladies Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged will hold a short business meeting at Beth El on Monday. Feb. 20. at 1 p.m. at Beth El. The meeting will be followed by cards. In honor of her son's recent marriage. Mrs. Joel Zalis will be hostess. Proceeds will go to the building fund. Plans are being made by the organization for its third annual dance at the Grossinger-Pancoast Hotel on Sunday. March 19. Working on arrangements for the affair are the Mesdames Nat Katz. Maxim Hershey, Isidore Cohen. Harry Einhorn, Joel Zalis and Jack Krohn. Miss Weisbard Now Mrs. Moh Is an Personally Speaking Mr and Mrs. Milton A. Friedman announce the birth of a daughter. Judith Helene, on February 8. T* ^ ^ MRS. SOL LESLIE Past President. South Eastern Region of Hadassah. and prominent in Miami Beach communal and religious activities says: "Implicit confidence in one's travel agent is essential in order to insure the perfect trip. I have always had that confidence in FARR TOURS, a splendid organization. FAIKR 'A Reliable Same in Travel" —Kayc :<"•' Moldan .Mrs. Darid Moldan Miss Helene L. Weisbard. daughter of Mr .and Mrs. Irving Weisbard, 226 N.W. 84th St.. became the bride of David R Moldan. son of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Moldafsky. 250 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach, recently at the home of Rabbi Irving Lehrman. The bride wore a ballerina length dress of toast lace over tan taffeta. She complemented this with a toast off-the-face hat with illusion veiling and mits of lace, and carried a white bible adorned with two white orchids. Mrs. Joseph Fields, matron of honor for her sister, wore a cocoa dress with a corsage of brown and acqua slipper orchids. Best man was Hal Kaye. At a reception which followed the ceremony at the bride's home both the bride's and bridegroom's mothers greeted guests in black silk and wore corsages of purple orchids. The former Miss Weisbard is a graduate of schools in Elizabeth, N. J., and is a member of Sharet Chapter. B'nai B'rith Young Women. Mr. Moldan attended schools in Miami Beach and is a graduate of the University of Miami. He is a member of Sigma Alpha Mu fraternity. Tropical Lodge. B'nai B'rith. "the Professional Photographers Association and the Optimist Club. Mr. Moldan is a commercial photographer on Miami Beach. The newlyweds are now residing at 250 Michigan Ave.. Miami Beach. Out-of-town guests included Mis M. Cohen and Mrs. P. Weisbard, Brooklyn, New York; Mr. and Mrs. B. Kronish. Rockaway Long Island: Mrs. M. O. Klein! Flushing, Long Island; Mr. and Mrs. M Ratush. Providence. R. I.; Mrs H. Oster and daughter Meryl. Miss C. Oster and W. Oster of Hackansack, N. J. Marriage Announced Mr. and Mrs. William Lasky of Savannah. Ga.. announce the marriage of their daughter, Annelte Sara, to Dr. Bernard Ye • on Wednesday. The newlyweds are honeymo anna :n Nassau and up in I return will reside in Coral Ga %  r B. Liebman. executive director of the Brooklyn 7„ wKSrtal arrived Wednesday to visit his brother-in-law and slstel Rcbbi and Mrs. Jacob J. Honig. of Hollywood. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Siegel have as their houseguest Mr. Siegers sister, Mrs. Sam Shapiro, Bronx. N. Y.. who will be here for several weeks. ^ Mi and Mrs Teddv Gerstl and daughter, Lynn of Rockville Center 'Long Island, are guests at the Poinciana Hotel. Miami Beach in celebration of their fifteenth wedding anniversary. They are being entertained by Mrs. Gerstl s sister, Mr. and Mis. Joe Siegel of'Miami. ^* ^* "^ J Simon of West Pain Beach is recuperating from an illness which confined him to his home for a considerable time. -tt Currently at the Delmonico Hotel are Montreal's Harry Bronfman and his family. Mr. Bronfman bought and built up Seaaram's. With him and Mrs. Bronfman are Mrs. Allan Bronfman, Jr., with their granddaughter, Marion, and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bessner. + Mr. and Mrs. Henry D. Green entertained at a cocktail party in honor of the graduation of their son, Melvin L., from the University of Miami Law School. + Mrs. Bernadine Tucker and children, William III and Stephen Michael, of Huntsville, Ala., are visiting Mrs. Tucker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nat Roth of Miami. + Mr. and Mrs. H. Kwarcler of Pasaic, N. J., are guests at the Edison Hotel, Miami Beach. Spending a few weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Greene of Miami are their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. David Chait of New York. Mrs. Ella Simon has returned to West Palm Beach after a brief trip to New York and New Jersey. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Marks. 1000 S.W. 73rd Ct., announce the birth of a daughter at Doctors' Hospital on February 14. Maternal grandmother is Mrs. Anna Tarolofsky of New York City, who is now visiting her son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Marks of Miami are paternal grandparents. The baby will be named at services Saturday morning at the FlaglerGranada Jewish Center. The Rev. B. Saltzman of Indiana Harbor, Indiana, is visiting his son-in-law and daughter, the Rev. and Mrs. Joseph Sahipro of Miami. Sandra Bossak. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Richard Bossak, 3894 N.W. 2nd Terr., was on the winning Herald Quizdown team for the second time. Sandra, who is ten years old and student at Auburndale Elementary School, helped to win a set of the Book of Knowledge for the school. With the other members of the victorious team, she was feted at luncheon at the Versailles Hotel. Visiting Kolman Luria of Miami Beach are his son and daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. William Luria. of Ansonia, Conn. I hey will remain here for several weeks Marvin S. Kranz, son of Dr. and Mrs. Jules Kranz, 3782 S FWiJ Ve vT' B a ?t reC,ived his M A fr !" ,he University of Florida on February 4. Kranz. who is continuing his studies at the university, was elected to Phi Kappa Phi, national DON'T FAIL TO SEE "DREAM NO MORE" PRODUCED BY THE HISTADRUTH A Movie Showing the Present Life in Israel FILMED IN ISRAEL Showing at lhe PLAZA THEATRE MIAMI BEACH BEGINNING FEB. 21st THROUGH FEB 27th Tickets S1.25 including tax Sponsored by I AHOlt ZIONIST < M MIL of Greater Miami In Ord.,-to Benefit the Labor Zionist Cause Be Sure to BI !" T CketS From Members of PIONEER WOMEN CLUB NO 1 PIONEER WOMEN CLUB NO. 2 J?^?"J A CHAPTER PIONEER WOMEN BIALIK BRANCH FARBAND WOMEN BEN GURION BRANCH FARBAND honorary. r„n^, rS Saly J E pchlesinger. mother of Mrs. Samuel M. 2S&T3 ? nd K Sad r Schlesinae Ol the Tides Hotel, is spendn"ece and Mr"/ S H? ^^ Haine Ehrenfeld the Grundwlg's between cot !" chlesm< e "granddaughter, is vacationing here Six &L^„2 wn m t r8 u She iS 0lS he nieCe of Mr an Mrs. Max Knschner. who have ^wintering here for many years. returned teMtof taT'T^ S* Hender *nville. N. C. has ing, afTe a viTi S, h '* 5* and Mr Lewis are winter Joseph Mo 6r m0,her Mrs Mari Toffler, St. THE NEWEST, FINEST PASTRY SHOP IN THE SOUTH! BAKING DONE WITH PURE BUTTFB A VISUAL INSPECTION WYLL PRO !" m STAR PASTRY SHOP 1677 ALTON ROAD • % %  VI mmSSrSi SERV,CE MT !" Onfv \ AN k A ER 'CAN JEWISH BAKING U„ Y dI ,' Sh aker on M i<"ni Beach A summer wedding gl planned by Miss Rosa 1 golis, whose engagement^ Shrank, son of Mr. Hyman Shrank, Mornsti has been announced parents, Mr. and Mrs.] Margolis. 1824 S.W. 16lh4 The bride elect is a graj Miami High School andfl the University of Flor.dil a member of Tau Alpha! Mr. Shrank, who served! army two and a half ycj tended designing schoobi York. Card Party Slated The Sisterhood of tit Jewish Congregation Gables will hold a George ington birthday card party group's center. 2410 Leon Blvd., on Weda 22, at 8 p.m. Members of the me committee met at the Mrs. S. Altmnn this week cuss plans ;for a raeri drive to be held in future. To Mark Child's! Miami Beach Mizrachil will celebrate World Child's Day with a prop Israeli film on Sunday, T 19, at 8 p.m. at the Miami Beach, according ll Nat Hochman, president [ Joseph Brenner is chain the event %. unto SUASJUM mm Witty addition to yoffli BEER CHI LIGHTE filled with fuel to last and! i 1 Clever and practical versation-provoker W bar, game room andI Real looking beer J filled to th* brim m almost endless sup lighter fluid • %  ** a sure-fire lighter. %  to serve a aay and purpose when friends to call. Burdme'iBar Acceton Mia" 11 Fifth I



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TODAY, FEBRUARY n Notional Council To Help Eliqibles File Indemnification Act CMm Beginni*, Monday. .fJWfw^T^l 314 Langlord llabbi ^hnonhoff llics At 8 %  no*.-* "i"..'''.'" ; A "'•' ST.IRJEfiJl* fihas been enacted in the tour Bender of the U. S. Occupation %  Zone in Germany. 1 Since the deadline for mailii claims bv registered mail and no extention will, in all P ""> J ",-.;..,.,.,., F,. ,,. % %  .., •1v %  lappl: a^. possible. ^Official application forms tfill ''be available I <*ants. p f': sor.s may apply who. unde thzi %  %  were Pew [Xause of racial, religious and • Ufealogical grounds and have .tHenlMiv suffered damage to and iimb. health, liberty, posesstons. pi 1 economic aari vani-em ;nt. The law applies only to the t >ur I, of the U. s. Zone ol 6 Occupation in Germanj (Bi • %  Hesse, Wuerttemberg-Baden ana Bremen); it does not includ. other zones or the Western • sectors of Berlin. Onlv those persons are elij to file claims who had their i • ;,. domicile nr usual resi%  dence within one of the aiore-i %  mentioned Laender cm January I, 9 1947: died or emigrated prior to, ? Januarv 1. 1947 and had their last domicile or residence within one 2 of the said Laender: resided in a & DP camp in the U. S. Zone on 1 Januaiv 1. 1947 or emigrated 01 will emigrate from there after December 31, 1946. The right to claim indemnification shall also, under certain conditions, pass to the heirs of such persons. Types of damage or loss to be indemnifii d are loss of life, i.e. it the p was kilhd or driven to death, purposely or wantonly (Fo m A) d to body or health, i.e. il a pi rsecutee suffered %  T< than damage to his buy or health in nnection with persecute of whether pnsonment wi plemented within i • Lf S Zone ,: nany (Porn C : posessions and | persecutee suffi ,sion or property I action, etc. Form D>: to economic advance E>. Claimants wl mentary evidence for their Sd enclose a sworn statement giving all data available to prove demand. One copy oi such evidence is required. The applicat j in form must be execut. an, and should be notai The American Federation oi Jews from Central Europe. Inc. reports thai monies assigned t ssful claimants in this country will be deposited in a blocked account in Germany and cannot, esent. be transfern CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES 85c 5-GALLON BOTTLE 75c DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME "FOR BETTER HEALTH FROM INFANCY TO OLD AGE" PHONE 2-4128 Triton Hotel Dining Room On the Ocean at Twenty-Eighth St f''i*If Course Winners Air-Conditioned Operated by Erwin Frishntt Music Phone S-6651 Sisterhood To Meet A meeting of th< S I the Miami Hebrew S. c ingregation is heduled for Tuesday, Februarj 21, at the ,] building, 1101 sw •\vc. according to an ann i i menl from Mrs. Joseph Schw pri lent, Mrs. Simon Apr:!, cultural chairman, has I the proPlai : : party to aid 1 H< brew sch iol will be discus ROKEACH S?JW$pups Rabbi J. JS ,bi Jacob J. S I Harry S columnist, passed awa> Fi ing. three days before his •.-ninth birthday. Rabbi Simon!-, iff, wh i madems home with his daughters. Mrs. R ise Loudan and Mrs. Fannj : n Ave.. :.: was bom in Lithuania and to the United Stat, 1893. ... J He was the first i ibbi \ vas Achim Synagogue in Atlanta, serving there I He then be< I of Brith Sholom C mgn ition m Charleston, where he remained for 21 years. In 1922 he went to New V k I i serve the egation Talmud Torahl Moses. He held the pulpit I ten y< ai s bel re c wring I Miami Beach to live in retirement. Patriarchal in appearance and rigidl\ adhering to orthodox Ju laism, Rabbi Sim rnhofi was a noted Hebrew sch ilar and an authority on Jewish religious i • variety of liturgical music an I il his sitions will • on be pubBesides his s >n, Harrj daughters, he leaves a in, S local attorney. Sen %  %  e R \ Chaj Beach and i.i %  : di n Funei .'1 Home in ch irge ol ents. CoutiMe and hepmdath Ji//f &)m IAMI TITLt & Obstruct Co. 24 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE 1 I Title Insurance Policies of Kansas City Title Insurance Co. Capital, Surplus & Reserves Exceed $2,000,000.00 104 N.E. FIRST STREET TELEPHONE 3-6661 MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY Offers to DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES A 5-POINT PURCHASE PLAN • Wise Counseling • Beautiful Landscaping • Perpetual Care • Pro-Need Budge! Plan • Special Protective Features Ideally Located Near West Flagler at 53rd Avenue ;eneral Office—Olympia Bldg. For Information Phone 3-3721 RABBI S. M. MACHTEI. Exec. Vice-President ROBERT YAFFEY. Sales Director Distr.Di.ted by Palm Dlltributori, Ine—14 N.E. 24th St. Miami Phone 6866 l||ll|||||IIIH llllllllllllllllllll MY PLEASURE TO EXTEND THE BEST TO ALL CHE LINDA BRANDS, Inc. *LCCLcRY Exclusive Distributors of the Famous KOSHER ZION Delicatessen Products Suggest for your health, for your satisfaction demand "KOSHER ZION" Products, under the supervision of Rabbi Sholem Gedalia Kolpas. Made with the finest and freshest meat, under the strictest Kashruth supervision. Under U. S. Government Supervision ESTABLISHMENT NO. 1 Attention Storekeepers: LINDA BRANDS located at 12 S.E. 5th St. Miami have cm hand a complete line oi Kosher Zion Delicatessen Products to fill your needs. Personal and prompt attention. Phone £2-2731 LISTEN TO MIAMI'S ONLY GAL HILLBILLY DISC JOCKEY DOVEY STARR 5:00 6:00 P.M. ENJOY DOVEY'S HOME SPUN CHATTER AND HER SELECTION OF MUSIC More and More—Your Favorite Station For Music and New "•jJOi.Kpn^Sfctpv 1*1*1 Rabbi Joseph E. RackoYsky 818 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach Phone 5-3595 Builders of Immortal Memorials for the Jewish Trade Look For the 2-Story Whtt !" Building THURMOND MONUMENT Co. MARKERS $35.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES Open Sundays Phone 4-3249 ROSE CREST "By-the-Sea" Swimming Pool • Solariu*\ Cabanas Air tooled • Roof Harden SIMONTON STREET AT ATLANTIC OCEAN Our Own Private Beach "KEY WEST'S NEWEST—FLORIDA'S FINEST MAX COHEN. Proprietor TELEPHONE 1148. KEY WEST. FLORID*



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llDA Y.FEBRUARY 17. 1950 +JeistrkrkUt%ti PAGE TWENTY-ONE" • r / I r Pictured above are five platter sketch models of a proposed monument to be erected on Riverside Drive in New York, in memory of the six million martyred Jews of Europe. These models, now on exhibit at the Jewish Museum, conducted under the auspices of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, were designed for selection and executed by (top) Percival Godman; (center 1. to r.) William Zorach, Chaim Gross and Eric Mendelsohn; (bottom) Leo Friedlander. Veep Hits "Dual Loyalty" Charges ST. LOUIS, (JTA)—Vice President Albent W. Barkley last week lashed out at those who raise the charge of dual loyalty in relation to American Jewry's support of Israel. Speaking here at an extraordinary conference of the United Jewish Appeal of St. Louis, the Vice President declared that it is "preposterous to believe that anyone contributing to the development of Israel was being disloyal to the United States." Mr. Barkley added that "noi body, Jew or Gentile, can truthj fully say that it is disloyal for! any American to try to help a ] little country which is being helped by the very government of the United States." He lauded the state of Israel for holding out the "one great opportunity for world peace at a time when the forces of destruction are rising in the world and the armament race has reached a new peak." BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS For Better Health Visit Ihe Miami Health Institute A Modern Institution Dedicated to Health 7235 Biscayne* Boulevard PHONE 7-7896 ish Center 'seats Gifts Mass. Church ft'II BERG, Massachusetts— tained glass windows and a | of matched oak outsider which had originally been of a Universalist Church will now be added to the ^th Day Adventist Church as by the Jewish Community Ir, according to Stanley A. Ir. the Jewish center diI new Seventh Day Adventist ph is being built by members congregation. When Leslie bell, the church treasurer, palled in to do some carwork at the Jewish Com %  Center, he mentioned his h's project to members of pnter. The doors and winleft over after the center ng had been remodeled the Universalist Church, | presented to the Seventh fcdventists by the center's of directors. nation prepares for the ranee of Brotherhood Week [February 19-26, sponsored ie National Conference of Sans and Jews, the gift of tchburg Jewish community les symbolical of the co&on and understanding kg among religious groups perican life. al rights and brotherhood very fabric of our life, lore, brotherhood is a perching. It begins with you ^ Before we make demands er people or criticize them fa better test ourselves— A. Rockefeller. King Is Candidate.. Chairman Wilbur C. King of the Florida Railroad and Public Utilities Commission called for wider expansion of Florida unities, in his announcement for a second term on the commission. He qualified for re-election with a statement that "experienced leadership has brought the railroad and public utilities commission into a prominent position among state agencies." MIAMI BEACH ABSTRACT & TITLE COMPANY, Inc. Complete Abstract and Titl Insurance Service THE ONLY ABSTRACT PLANT IN MIAMI BEACH 1630 Lenox Avenue MIAMI BEACH GREETINGS S. E. "DOC" SPAULDING WILDCAT PHARMACY 5705 S. W. 8th Street Prescription Pharmacists Phone 4-7113 GEORGE P. KARNEGIS ROYAL BAKING COMPANY 601 N. W. 7th Street TO ALL BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS Phone 7-1155 JOE GUTHRIE'S REPAIR SHOP GENERAL AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING "OUR WORK IS AS GOOD AS THE BEST' 3821 N. W. Second Avenue Miami. Florida FHERHOOD GREETINGS -Ola Jones erj For All Occasions DELIVERY Flowers—Potted Plants iges—Funesal Designs Veddings—Parties 0 S. W. 8th Street |0 — Phones — 2-5384 TO ALL BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS DE BOLIAC CO. 440 N. W. 29th Street Phone 9-5282 Truck Service and Equipment — Garwood Sales and Service FLEET MAINTENANCE — STEEL FABRICATION TO' ALL A HAPPY BROTHERHOOD WEEK TOWN LAUNDRY. INC. Wholesale Retail Hotels • Apartments COMPLETE LAUNDRY AND CLEANING SERVICE 1860 W. Flaaler St Phone 3-5337 GREETINGS Investors Hi versified Services, Inc. MORTGAGE LOAN DEPARTMENT Room 300 1st National Bank Building CORAL GABLES. FLORIDA BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS TO ALL GLEASON'S BAKERY Formerly DORTCH BAKING COMPANY 1732-36 S. W. 8th Street Phone 3-6717 Specialty Bakers of Quality Pies, Cakes and Sweet Rolls GREETINGS TO^LL Telephone 88-3714 Office. Docks and Residence—730 Okeechobee Road. Hialeah, Fla. CAPTAIN ARNOLD MAUTE FINE YACHTS • SAILING CRAFTS TO ALL BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS HARRY FINCHER, INC. OLDSMOBILE SALES SERVICE EXPERT SCIENTIFIC SERVICE ALL MOTOR CARS 1607 Ponce De Leon Blvd. Phone 48-8704 I i GREETINGS FRANK J. R00NEY GENERAL CONTRACTORS 5880 N. E. 4th Avenue Phone 7-6695 TO ALL BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS Belford's Produce & Trucking Co. yj 1299 N.W. 23rd Street Miami. Florida TO ALL BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS THE REEF BAIT AMI TACKLE SHOP "Where Fishermen Meat" LIVE BAIT. BEER AND WINE FISHING TACKLE 760 N. E. 79th Street Phone 7-9232,



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,^;S>'-^^i^js*23^%3fw^3MSS^^%^%i. u PAGE TWENTY-FOUR *jeHi§tJkrMmI-M Will Fet Jliss Truman Margaret Truman will be honored at a reception to be given for her by the executive committee of the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra on Sunday afternoon. February 19, immediately following her appearance with the University of Miami Svmphony Orchestra at Miami High School auditorium. The reception will be held at the University of Miami TwentySeventh Avenue Center. 2T0o S.W. 3rd St. Patrons attending either the Sunday afternoon or the Monday evening concerts are invited to meet Miss Truman. Receiving with Miss Truman will be Dr. and Mrs. Bowman Foster Ashe. Dr. and Mrs. Modeste Alloo and Mr. and Mrs. Julian Eaton. Mrs. Arnold Volpe will introduce the guests. Receiving at the entrance will be Mrs. Jav F. W. Pearson. Miss Mary B. Merritt, Mrs. A. W. Koch. Mrs. H. Franklin Williams. Miss Bertha Foster. Mrs. Joseph Tarplev. Mrs. J. Ralph Murray and Mrs. Sydney Weintraub, who will represent the alumni of the University of Miami. A Romindor By JUDITH CHERNOFF Whv must we keep on giving? W.-ve given all we can. That is the constant query Thafs heard by every man. Our dailv b^lls we cannot me< t— is so bad. Let's just remind them of one thingOur busII 5 just remind t... And then they '.von': feel sad. Both In Presentation There is an interesting I tn ti to the recent presentation of the trophy by Mrs Cortright Wetherill to Mrs. Alfred Roberts, owner of the winning Eatontown. Mrs. Roberts outbid Mrs. Wetherill (the former Ella W:dener) for the same horse in the 1946 Saratoga yearling sales. The racer is named for the Roberts' hometown :n New Jersey. Ten winners of major Hialeah stakes are represented by offspring in the nominations for the 1950 Juvenile at the track. They are Widener winners Bull Lea. Four Freedoms. The Rhymer and War Admiral McLennan winni Sun Again. M Haltal ..: : Flamingo winners Disj Requested and Law Thank God that we're the ones who give. And not the ones who getBe thankful for the way we liveToo soon we all forget. Six million Jews were slaughtered whenOur homes were all intact Thev suffered tortures, yet all the wh.le. "feucomforts here we lacked. And now they still are wanting For homes and food and clothesWhile manv here are flaunting Their problems and their woes. Their troubles are not over— Thev still must work and strive For just a little shelter And just to be alive. So let's remind ourselves once more. What little they have had: Let's dig a little deeper And then we'll all be glad. To see their lot a happy one: And as th days go by. Our hearts will sing for what we've done Our spirits never die! So let's remind ourselves again: Make sure we don't forget— Thank God that we're the ones who give And not the ones who get. Youth Auditions .Set For Sunday Auditl :.• ir participati n in %  .' • II be hi i-i en Sunday. 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PAGE FOUR +Jeistinor**a£_ FRIDAY. EDITORIAL United Amidst Diversity Brotherhood Week in 1950 is an occasion for rededication to a more united America, and a more united world. Across the wide variety oi interest and background which constitutes modern America, there is a unifying bond of historical responsibility to transmit to our children the freedom and the security which we have inherited from our forebears. Better understanding in America may well become the basis for better understanding across all boundaries, national, nc less than group. Our forefathers created a federal system which was the first step toward unification across difference; it remains for us to carry their principle further, so as to establish a society which will be united amidst diversity of cultural background, and even religious affiliation. The call of the National Conference of Christians and Jews for this new unity of Americans and men, everywhere, is one that must be heard in our day. Dudley Pelley It is not within our province to question the wisdom of the U. S. Parole Board in giving freedom to Dudley Pelley, founder of the Silver Shirts of America and leading anti-Semite and rabblerouser. What is irksome about the situation is that the chief advocates of his parole were the American racists and hate mongers who waged an intense, and probably costly, campaign to have their brother in spirit freed from the fetters which stopped him from spewing his hate. In their campaign, these racists tried to picture Pelley as a harsh and unremitting foe of communism, as if possession of that virtue were alone good reason for releasing an enemy of his country. In addition the hate organizations operating. on behalf of For A Better H or/d "Doc, You Are the Only One That Can Save Me"— securing his parole never hesitated utilizing the parole campaign as a springboard for the dissemination of hate, fascism and anti-Semitism. It would seem that intercession by such elements would have been sufficient reason for the rejection of his parole application. Racial and religious prejudice i peculiar, minor corrosive effect liberal and well-intentioned win* V Protestant majority. For example noymg. there is the smug feeLl 2 among some members of this qroun L are just a little more tolerant \J,^* understanding than some of the oth" '. These are the people who tell also ri* to a Negro at some liberal banauet ,** coach to Philadelphia and SEJS Negro was well educated and able, an amazingly intelligent conversation V the people, too, who often know a-verv Catholic priest and who will tell you T a surprisingly good sense of hum actually broad-minded when you qeltof This sort of tolerance is often not Uj all but a hideous sort of nervous conrl. that arises partly from a sense of wL and partly from plain shyness in QT part of which may consist of nothing striving to meet more Jews, more Nan,-, others of different creeds and races T] situation. It seems that there is only 1\ part of the cure is much more diifiJ perhaps will only be attainable after a 1 0 J of time, because this is a matter of aitiS! attitudes change very slowly even amonoi of good will. People, society must leanday, are people, and must be considenJ judged on a common basis as people m or indifferent, in spite of their beliefs'a, this attitude ever becomes universal, judice will automatically vanish, codl development of such an attitude in e* both the majorities and minorities, is our a hope for a better world in which men andi can face each other honestly and femk John P. Marquand. Letters To The Editor sinioiihoii Article Baseless Attack The Editor Jewish Floridian Dear Sir: In The Jewish Floridian of February 10. 1950. there appeared an article of Mr. Simonhoff in his % %  %  kly column under the title "Strange Cults in American J wry," which contains a number of spurious statements and baseless accusations against several i rganizations which are an integral part of the cultural and social life of the Jewish m For the sake of truth and to bring clarity into the chaos of lalsi allegations, may I ask you to print this lot:. Mr. Simonhoff brings out the idea that Nationalism and Judaism are connected exclusively with Zionism. Hebrew language, the synagogue, and the Talmud Torah. Did he take into consideration that Zionism as a movement is only a little over fifty years old, and would that mean that there was no Jewish national culture since the time of the disperson of the Jews till fifty odd years ago? According to scientists and researchers, the Hebrew spoken anguage was used by Jews not later than the period of the destruction of the Second Temple After that the Jews spoke many tongues, among which were Aramaic. Persian. Greek. Arabic. J^Jenisti fhiriidliiaim Published every Friday since 1927 Ifxtl s, J r rV Sh M Fl0riaian al 12 N. E. Sixth Street. Miami 18, Florida. En1S1S S ft con ^c,a matt J"iy 4. Fla under ,h P A 5, 0 ,iCe of "'•">' W i • he A e* of March 3, 1879. thl Jei e £h Sh n FI ? r dian has Absorbed Weeki, iLh. mty f: d ,he Jev "sn week y. Member of the Jewish Tele graphic Agency. Seven Art, PtatUM &t?on*\ %H^ 0rld W i de News SerVice! Nat,or*l Editorial Association, Amerl. can Association of English. Jewish Newspapers, Florida Press AsaociaWon. The Jewish Klnrldlan ( lnp not Wat-ante* the Kaahmth of the m "? %  "" I: % % %  "V'Vi--.l In i„ column* SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year ,,. Tw Years __ gU FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher Telephones 2-1141—2-8212 OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Volume 23 Number 7 FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 17 ?950 SHEVAT 30, 5710 the Romance langua Yiddish as a language started to develop about one thousand 5 agi together with other European languages. (See Bibliographies in '-Jews, Past and Present." Volume 2; Univi Jewish Encyclopedia. V. 10. etc.). According to the statistics of Jacob Lestchinskv there were, in 1935. 16.262,000 Jews of which 10,690.000. or 65'; spoke Yiddish. In the U. S.. according to the 1940 census. 1.751.000 Jews declared themselves as speaking Yiddish, In the period of 16861939. acording to Dr. J Shatzkv. there were published over 3.000 daily papers as well as weekly and monthly periodicals. Isn't it logical that the Bund, a Jewish Socialist par'y, and the Worknun's Circle, a pioneer Jewish labor fraternal order, used as its medium "Yiddish, the lowly jargon of the masses." of which Mr. Simonholf speaks with such derision'' Is the Jewish religion, not only in itphilosophical and ethical aspects, but :n its adherenr. to orthodox rituals, the only expression of Judaism and" Jewish national culture? If this were so a great number of the Jewish people would have to be excommunicated. And this would include the creators and present day le-iders of the Zionist movement." Mr Simonhoff says: "While the Cossacks were murdering Jews in Streets and villages, the Bur. virtually carrying on a spiritual pogrom against Judaism." I insider such ... stat. ment unpardonable.—it would be below my dignity to even answe: this 'i should like, however, to suggest that had Mr. Simonhoff read the two volumes of John Mill's "Piol and Builders" rather than a his articles on a brief interview with Mr. Mill, and would he have further delved into the history of the Bund, or at least consulted the memoirs of Wladi mir Modem. A. Litwak. 1; Michalewich. and others too numerous to mention, he would man e ni eSltated ,0 W '" ite in s "<* ,x, M y ^ Sir ^' nhoU see,T >s to think that the Bund and m e Arbeiter Ring are identical. He is wromt Among the organic of t n £ Workmen's Circle there were a of both organizations are quite different. May I refer him to tho "History of the Workmen's Circle" by A. S. Sachs, and the two volumes of Elias Tcherikower's "History of the Jewish Labor Movement in the United States" i pub! by the Yivo)? That will clear up ins misinterpretation. Tin Workmen's Circle has proved its awareness of Jewish national problems and its prepared ness to share in the responsibilitj oi molding Jewish many times to need emphasis. But one important fact in the not s.i far past may be brought out at present. When the problem oi partitioning Palestine came before the United Nations and it was important that the majority of delegates vote in favor .it the Jews, the Jewish Agency appioached the Worknun's Circle and its integral part, the Jewish Labor Committee, ana asked for their cooperation. The call was immediately answered. nfluence of these organizations, as well as the strength of 16.000.000 organized workers through the A. F. of L. and the ( I '' %  was mobilized. They went to work on the g ivernments of the L. S and foreign countries. Ih.y contacted their old friend %  :' M Leon Blum in France the Labor organizations m Belgium, in the Scandinavian countries, and in some parts of the British. CommonwealthCanada. Australia, and New Zealand and w.iv promised that the delegates would be moperlv inu^ ed ,h Eve M Liberia was contacted through a special representative sent by the colored workers. And the results are history. .ams^i: ,k, 1 1 n s CWr Protested •gainst the discriminatory British Palestine towards the I it* • meet"_<-•" and marches in the U S ut T d"-ectly-ami through the A F idUX^ Groaj Bi tain. That', what the enemies of hoary Judaism" Mr Simonhoff said "in f or bdding immigration to Palestine Hit c n; t ,K, Un !" -'..u>\,llv Jew, h exterminating the ^•Hv 1 .,,ofp;: 1 jv''M nk smio^ hofi gives thi. R„„J -"'pinionjnnueUthan U^veS K Rommel, was at the gates of Egypt, and Ben Gurion was carrying a vial of poison in his pocket, and when all Jewish hearts were torn by fear for the fate of the seven hundred thousand Jews in Palestine, could Mr. Simonhoff have positively predicted that a mircale would occur and that the strategy of the allies would be successful? It is very easy to make statements post factum. In the time of the great Jewish catastrophe, both the Bund and the Workmen's Circle, through the Jewish Labor Committee, did wonders to save as many Jews as it was possible from the hands of the murderers. A brief review of even a part of the literature of martyrology will prove this. Eye witness accounts of the many newcomers from Europe are sufficient attestation. It is very painful for me to have to say that such allegations as are made by Mr. Simonhoff seem to be a product of antiSemitism in our own midst, autoanti-Semitism, which is far more dangerous and pernicious than the one we have to suffer from outside. Respectfully yours, JOSEPH DUNTOV Zionist Unit To Honor Cantors ,, T, \ e Zionist Luncheon Club of in.' Miami Beach Zionist District will honor the Cantors' Association of Greater Miami, in observance of Jewish Music Month. Wednesday, Februarv 22. at 1215 ^..Mendelsohn's Lincoln Manor, Allied Stone, president, has announced. Guest speaker will be the musicologist, author and publisher Henry Lcfkowitz. owner the Me^, Music Company. New York City, who will speak '"i Jewish Music." ''';'.> %  master Harold Shapiro reeled that Cantor Samuel Kelemer. president of the Cantors' ""on of Greater Miami and .... mar, oIsraeli Music and Art for the Miami Beach Zionist nict,;„. ..*"""" ucdi-n Zionist ""trict. is in charge of the program. Cantor Kelemer has ap• >l the following cantors to Jab V""P ft* Louis Feder Kelom £ dnng and Berele al "'' %  yu' sl,lnR can tra from &uU* c ountr wil1 be BrorfU ng wiU be Danield M. Broad, Paul El sman and J. GoldSunday Design World Child's Sunday. February 19. ia set aside as World Jewish Day. The day will be in all Jewish schools in Miami with special which will emphasize the Aliyah movement and give, impetus to the Combined Appeal. The Bureau of Jewish tion has issued a special to all schools for partici the Combined Jewish Ap; special material for clas graming for World JewishH Day. The school campaign if on February 17 and oil March 5. The proclamation issued %  Youth Aliyah Department! Jewish Agency for Palestine! as follows: Believing thai the nee* are universal and iin-ir ''* invisible, kiion-iiii; too. ttttj youth in Europe and olto I bllg-hted in the imllioni-tf rescued !" T youiiRest ileni... -.. %  > and '".'" of free democracies elnj this day. it la • • hope tMj" in homes, s.h .."J o** throURlmut the "'" %  l *'"L 5i| support lo the i ith A which has alread people from tyranny ana stand! ready tu gather m thousands more v..utu Aliyah i 1 l l e JJ Ji newcomen %  %  '] and educate all I hose ahead may once attain "-"" : %  :,s ill youth should, to hood and peace foi aU ere do In memorj -W J Henri, tta Bsold teacher, social %  • %  -• ..f Hadassah, In ">' •" Jewish Child's Day %  claimed. worker a"' 1 *• beiH I Golden Agers A social meeting of the"] Age Friendship Club w.H^ at the Miami Jewish Con Center, on Sunday. F^, at 2:30 p.m.. -^ odm Sornstein, president. The afternoon wj" *,, lighted with enterUin Mrs. Rea Aronstein J^ Cohen, singers, and e dancing by Miss N" and her Arthur Murra) instructor. *§P



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PAGE FOURTEEN Ten Years Of Yivo In America By V. SINGER ft, cer.:e: c: the Yiddish SrienTJfcc Insutute-Yivc ll America. cistcd in i larger nstitutions witn mainly theology .....; • isl 'ry. Conrtory was -. x vas the firsl : n i • .• up r. itself the ch lif contemJewish : :• fa* iar as the • concerned. V.v probably rid. I of Yivo s ..-. An • ica embraces the ng the war. The Yivo i to realize the l.mport-.-. a national and of gather, ; s much material as is ole of the Jewish strophe and of Jewish sursuccessful in enlisting the aid of devoted correspondArorld, who ibout their work earnestly and with a deep sense of responsibility The result of their work can be I in the enorm >us C'llections in the Y. %  hives relating to the catastrophe, to DP's. etc. — h would have been '.d had not the Yivo : %  -ight to collect and : :. Characteristic oi n ealth of the Yivo archives tig instance: A short ago the director of the Institute of War Docun ental n, upon visiting Yiv : und hundreds of documents relating to the fate of the Jews in his country under German domination, which are not in the possession of the Institute at Amsterdam. This eminent visit was happy to receive copies of certain documents in the Yivo arch:-. A serious obstacle in the work '. Yivo has been caused by inadequate financial support from the community at large. The reasons stem mainly from the fact that Jewish social research has as yet nut received its due recognition and support from the Jewish community in America and this : has resulted in the postpoing of several majoi projects at Yivo. The speed with which Yivo can realize its plans naturally de• pends upon the support which the American Jewish community can extend to the institute. In sum. one can see that Yivo has contributed a great deal to Jewish research and to Jewish cultural treasures. For this the Yivo is profoundly grateful to those who have helped it grow to its present dimensions, playing, • as it does, such a prominent part in furthering social research of 1 Jewish life, past and present. It is earnestly hoped that a propei evaluation "of the work of Yivo by the Jewish community will T the "^Hj 'ts program on suIV ^ it hasj one iB ^ SH0ULS0N S J* HwHu-vngC 1389 HW 7* MIAMI HA ST. -fiuo —^ mitii I %  > o none* wmn -—i intmnwa HATES WRY MOPFBATS DEPTS FOR • Bed Ridden • Convalescent • Special Diet! • Aged • Reit & Relaxation Ur.der Care >50 Per WNk Only Koiher Horn* in Greater Miami CALL M-4950 TONIGI KENNEl W.it Fl.,1.' St. ,i j] STEAM-HtATED The Showcase of Good The GOVERNOR CAFETERIA MIAMI 1225 WASHINGTON AVE. ocuLisrs PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED LENSES AND FRAMES DUPLICATED LARGE SELECTION IN LATEST STYLES Beach Optical Service 350 Lincoln Road Suite 50 2 — P hone 5-5419 WET WASH 5c lb FIRST 10 LBS—59c Also ROUGH DRY AND THRIFTY SERVICES AT EQUALLY LOW RATES We can do ALL your Laundry & Dry Cleaning FREE PICK UP AND DELIVERY PHONE KB 1403N.W.M A/Ml *& TONIGHT ,#^/MOONSTRI *-,# G* $N FIRST RACE 8.00 P. M. • NO MINORS AiLOWEO STRUT'S THE ORIGINATOR UI SILT BAKERS OF MOSS MAT28S (IMMTIIM) '*m MIAMI BEACH KENNEL CLUB EXTREME SOUTH END OF COLLINS AVL C r*] l M aU0 & Noodle Products Distributed Exclusively by *JL E S H ( )RE FOOD PRODUCTS 'I.I.I.I.A.^^ n„^^ r „ „_ Miami B^ch. FlPHONE 5-3457



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UDAY. FEBRUARY 17, 1950 *Jew is* flcrkiktr 'stimonial Will lonor Rabbi Grauer Z ingrogatloil Beth El will a testimonial dinner in of i;s spiritual leader, : Murray Grauer, on Sunday, •. February 26, at the Dora I • Memorial Hall. >b: uary 26 will mark the com\ %  f lour years of leadership part of the rabbi in the relegation and in the commun| I it large. It also marks the | y ition of his fourth wedding 1 jiversary. the rabbi's guidance, the; El Center was erected and i ,. ileted last year. The congrel. :: expanded its services with : fob: Grauer's election to the! |p; .. enlarged its membership religious school considerably.. ; Grauer came to CongreI: Beth El after having been |ained by the Yeshiva Uni. in February, 1946. He reped his elementary education the Yeshiva Rabbi Israel Bitter, and his secondary edulon aUhe Talmudical Academy •he Yeshiva University. He is r.iduate of the Teacher's Inite of the Yeshiva University, ilso received his Bachelor's Ire from that institution. He is a Master's degree from Cobb:a University in the field of itxal science. fleeted by Sidney H. Palmer, srient, to head the dinner twuttee were Phillip BerkLewis Green and Meyer fteting Scheduled meeting of the Sisterhood of aregation Beth El will be held • Beth El Center on Tuesday, kruary 21, at 8 p.m., according p announcement by Mrs. Jack %  ) president. Sharet Chapter Holds Valentine Party Sharet Chapter, B'nai B'rith Young Women, held a Valentine party Saturday night at the home ? { Mr a o n d Mrs. Bernard Roscnblum, 1836 S.W. 22nd Terr. Miss Miriam Lieberman was chairman of the affair and assisting her were Mrs. Harriet Rosenolum. Romesa Rosenthal, Rosalyn Morris and Marilyn Greenberg. Workmen's Circle To Hold Dinner The Workmen's Circle Branch 692 and its Women's Club, will hold a special dinner at the Lyceum, 25 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, on Sunday February 19. at 6:30 p.m. Guest of honor will be the national chairman of the organizational committee. J. Fishman. Children of the Workmen's Circle School will present Yiddish songs. A trio will play modern music. PAGE SEVEN Hebrew Academy Women To Meet Schwartzman To Speak Louis benwartzman, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, will speak on "Music of Palestine" at the weekly adult forum of the Miami Jewish Community Center on Monday, Feb. 20, at 8:15 p.m. in the center lounge. This lecture is in celebration of Jewish Music Month. Purim Festival Slated The T'fereth Israel Ladies Auxiliary is making plans for a Purim Festival to be held Sunday, February 26, at 7:30 p.m. at 3350 N.W. 7th Ave. The group, which aims to further Jewish education in the Buena Vista and Allapattah sections, has organized a Sunday School which meets at N.W. 41st St and 7th Ave. dio Workshop For Democracy %  inched; Program Set For Feb. 22 adu Workshop for DemoMen's Christian Association, Gesu a new community-wide nj'.:c weekly live radio series luman relations, will be iniced Wednesday, February 10:15 p.m. over station pallatizing programs for cornbigotry and discriminaDrama Guild, and Florida regional office, Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. Inauguration of the 13-week series marks the first Florida community wide, communitysponsored live dramatic radio series for enriching the American and advancing democratic democratic concept. relationships, the new will present weekly plays gaily prepared for radio with talent participating, [immunity organizations poin^in the sponsorship of the pain are the Young Women's Association, Young "YOUR PATRONAGE APPRECIATED AT KIIIOM: tESTAURANT The Best for Less" 1334 18th Street Miami Beach The first presentation in this series is entitled "Brotherhood Week." and coincides with the opening of the Brotherhood Week observance in Dade County. Players appearing in the first program are Mrs. Gertrude Marx, Harry Sharp and Bernard Hutner! Hutner, newly appointed assistant director, Florida regional office, Anti-Defamation League, is serving as technical adviser of the series with Mrs. Marx as director. Members of the coordinating committee, besides Hutner and Mrs. Marx, are Mrs. Evelyn Dean, Miss Dorothy Bagley, Mr. and Mrs. George Rickelt, J. Stewart Dean and Gilbert j! Balkin. All organizations and individuals interested in participating in the new series may contact Bernard Hutner at the Florida Regional Anti-Defamation League office, 330 Seybold Building. Mrs. Lynne Levin The Hebrew Academy Women will meet Tuesday, February 21, at 1:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs! Harry Genet, 5101 Lakeview Dr. Miami Beach. Highlight of the afternoon will be a discussion of "Marriage and Family Relations" by Dr. Dora Clemmer, executive secretary of Marriage and Family Life Council of Miami. Mrs. Louis Levin, program chairman, who is also a member of the Art League and has won various awards at art exhibits, will initiate the question period following the lecture. Mrs. Morris Skop will discuss "Purim and Contemporary Jewish Life." Reports will be given by Mrs. Isidore Goldberg and Mrs. Theresa Arnold Brand. A Purim carnival is being arranged by Mrs. Irving Firtel and her room mothers committee, together with the parents and students of the academy. Plans for the booths, costumes, entertainment, refreshments and prizes will be discussed at this meeting. Mrs. Alfred Stone is president of the organization, and Mrs. Irving Lehrman is chairman of the board. United Synagogue Sabbath Scheduled The Jewish Community Center of Hollywood will join the nationwide Observance of United Synagogue Sabbath on Friday evening, February 17, with a round of special events. The observance will be highlighted by a special service to be conducted by Rabbi Jacob J. Honig. Seymour Liebman will be the guest speaker. His subject will be "The Role of the United Synagogue. Liebman is the chairman of the Brooklyn section of the United Synagogue and director of the Brooklyn region of the ZOA. A special musical program has been prepared for the service with Hattie Wagner as guest soloist. An Oneg Shabbat sponsored bv Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Colitz, Mrs. Herman Diamond, Dr. and Mrs. H. Bluestone, Dr. and Mrs. Clem Geronemus ad Dr. Bernard Milloff will be held following the service. HOY Chapter To Hold Shower DOV Chapter of Mizrachi will sponsor a linen shower at the home of Mrs. Samuel Wilchyk. 41 S.W. 16th Ave., on Wednesday, February 22. Luncheon will be served at 12 noon. Admission will be linen—new or in excellent condition—which will be sent to the Orphaned Children's Village in Ranana, Israel. Assisting Mrs! Wilchyk, chairman of the affair, with details are the Mesdames Hyman Pertes, Jay Katz, Samuel Geltner and Morris Spafr. B & P Games Party The Miami Beach Business and Professional Hadassah will sponsor a games party at the Sagamore Hotel on Monday, February 20, at 8 p.m. All proceeds from the affair will go to the H.M.O. project of the group. KURT WELLISCH, B.B.A., J.D. CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT Announces The Opening Of His Office At 350 I I\OI \ ROAD MIAMI BEACH. FLA. PHONES 5-9806 — 58-4246 Robert Bronner To Wed Louisville Girl Mr. and Mrs. Nat Levy, Louisville, Ky., announce the engagement of their daughter, Betty Jane, to Robert Bronner, son of Mrs. Marvin Bronner of Miami Beach and the late Mr. Bronner. The bride-elect is a senior at the University of Miami. She previously attended the University of Kentucky. Mr. Bronner is a graduate of St. Patrick's, Miami Beach, and the University of Miami. He belongs to Pi Lamba Phi fraternity. Pioneer Women Plan Dinner In observance of World Jewish Child's Day, Pioneer Women Club One of Miami Beach will sponsor a dinner on Thursday, February 23, at 6 p.m. at the Workmen's Circle Hall, 25 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, according to Mrs. Henry Seitlin, president. Proceeds will go to the Emergency Children's Rescue Fund. Personally Speaking Mrs. Ben Kandel is now recuperating at home after a stay at Edgewater Hospital. Visiting the Kandels from Washington, D. C. are their brother and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Julius H. Wolpe, and sister, Mrs. Jennie Cooper. The Washingtonians are guests at the St. Moritz Hotel, Miami Beach. ONLY ONE WEEK LEFT TO MAKE RESERVATIONS! 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. Grundwerg 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. Reuihard—3-1244 Membership of Daughters of Israel $5.00 Members are entitled to purchase a $5.00 yearly ticket for the use of the ritualorium facilities. Gartenberg & Schechter's HOTEL HELENE 1030 15th Street, Miami Beach. Fla. Now Accepting Reservations for the Sidorim and the Entire Passover Holiday TELEPHONE 5-5785 KOSHER L'MHADRIN ie GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association, Partidng Agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, inns the public that: 1 D 2 displayed 1 0 J are not and yet not be I'l'k.Mis with the OMVH ring it "ID Jure endorsed only when A are ,re8hl >' killed and not when they are froien. W other information about Kashruth call our Director. Rabbi f eph E R ackovsky. 818 Michigan Avenue, Telephone 5-3595. RRY SIRKIN. Pres. H. SOOTIN. Sec. BEAR. Vice Pres. S. LOBEL, Trees. ^JKsrr *ftL?!L = Vamour" d,r to &f "* n d k. J Bd pa ri sooT^JS Miami Off tee 1713 N.W. 7th Ave^ Phone 82-4731



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fewiislbUEIlipinidliiGun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY 13—NUMBER 7 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1950 PRICE: TEN CENTS [wish, Anti-Zionist Trend Reported |et Union By Prof. Yakobson IINGTON,


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tUARY 17. 1950 *-Jf**ts*nnr*te>^ PAGE FIVE' intor Will lunday JXite Jenrance in his Miami Ics will be given by | famous boy cantor, Ibruary 19, at 8 p.m. ni Beach Senior High lilorium. Sg cantor will be achy H. R. Spector, choirm^ter. Jii'ht's conceit will be fcuspices of the North %  inn Center and prol v > to the group's buildrickets are on sale at |s and restaurants and i available at the door Hit. I Evening Held |ii! evening was held |ik Branch of the Jew., Workers Alliance on fiuht at Kneseth Israel. b:r.an, cultural chairtied. nts in the program Liebman, who read Inaeh: Dr. I. Unterman. a review of two |Manya Shubow, who readings. Community is led by Mrs. Lena land Mrs. Liebman. Mr. luiler were hosts to the jp will hold cultural every Saturday at 8 Eseih Israel. Meeting Place Changed | Club will meet at the Miamian Beginmng Friday. February Restaurant on Flagler St., ac17, at 12:15 ftm., the Sholem cording to John Kronenfeld, Lodge, B'nat'^rith, Luncheon I preside nt. %  i 0*iv. —Donna I^oe Studio Pictured at the buffet supper which ushered in Hotel Week are Joseph M. Rose, co-chairman of the hotel unit of the Combined Jewish Appeal; Aaron Courshon, chairman of the affair: and Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, one of the sponsors. 324,450 was pledged by the 160 persons present. This sum marks a substantial increase over the pledges made by the same givers during last year's campaign. tries TTO BRUMLIK : 28th St., passed away i\ rnornlnfr. A resident \2 years, Mr. Brumllk %  from Chicago. Survivors |vif.' AmdcM. son CJeorge, Mis l'aul H.'Cker, of |th. %  %  (leorge of Miami, and \ of Chicago. Mr. Brumlik i.-i ountant, was a member grael and of th*' CsechBltlonal Alliance. Services |t >i ;ii Ui>' Gordon Funeral %  Thursday. February 16, II. Kaplan officiating. Innwrnents were not cornpaper went to press.) llAM RABINOWITZ |S W "nl St., passeil away i-1 nl of Miami for eight ItabinovrltS operated a h He is survived by his I "i daughters, Kilith Mildred lluhin: three ,i sister, Mrs. Mary were held at the with interment in Mt. \ Shapiro officiated. ISUNRAYPARK HEALTH RESOffT HOTEL-SANITARIUM FOR REST. CONVALESCE NCt AND CHUOMK CASES wain roi ••O-.II % % %  aw. jotr couii %  > MIAMI FLORIDA Receives Charter, Elects Officers The Northside Jewish Community Center recently received its state charter and elected its first slate of officers. George Weisbaum was elected president. Others named to office were Harold Robins, first vice president; Dr. William Boros, second vice president; Reuben Kutin, treasurer; David Collins, financial secretary; Mrs. Lillian Robins, recording secretary; Mrs. Minna Haines and Mrs. Adele Zuckerman, corresponding secretaries; Mrs. Rose Borkin, social secretary. A special meeting of the group is scheduled for Monday, February 20, at 8:30 p.m. at the Salvation Army Hall, N.W. 4th Ave. at 67th St. Site for a building will be discussed. i. F. GIVEN PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT • 420 Congress Bldg. Phone 3-3658 MIAMI. FLORIDA idelsohn's STRICTLY KOSHER Restaurant 1301 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach fRE THE FINEST MEET TO DINE DAILY FROM 4-9 TELEPHONE 6-9085 UR COOLED BEER AND WINES SERVED Free Parking in Rear NOW OPEN SATURDAYS GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE hrORE FRONT — PLATE and WINDOW GLASS tare Tops, Beveled Mirrors and ResiWering Our Specialty & G. Glass and Mirror Works S.W. 8th St PHONE 3-4834 IRIS ORLIN LOUIS GERBE-R .AZA Home of Yiddish Entertainment S. End Wash. Ave., Miami Beach Open 1:45 STARTING TUESDAY. FEB. 21st STAGE IN PERSON iron Lebedeff Yiddish Maurice Chevalier |LEON SCHACHTER ANNA TOBACK ON SCREEN A Modern Feature Film Direct From Israel ''DREAM NO MORE*' SEITLIN & COMPANY INSURANCE ALL FORMS 19 N.E. Second Straet Miami 32. Fla. PhonM 9-3836 — 9-3837 IZFA To Meet The University of Miami Chapter of the Inter-Collegiate Zionist Federation of America will hold its first meeting of the ;-.ev/ semester February 16 a* 3 p.m., in the Merrick Builrl : r.g. room 315. I. R. Goodman, chairman of the Zionist Cnvv.cil of South Florida, will '„e the speaker. His topic will be "Internationalization of Jerusalem, A U.N. Problem." / DAIR^ % % % % % %  NDO>Kin -^sWj BRAND HEALTH EGGS BE5T BUTTEB ,i lt*x>M miracle-to futihis bochprd here This is the backyard of a young immigrant family recently brought to Israel. It took a miracle to put this little backyard on this spot. A miracle wrought by brave hearts and strong hands the world around. It took the courage and the tenacity of the young men and women of Israel who fought and died to maintain the integrity of their new State. It took the self-sacrifice and devotion of all the people of Israel. // took the generous assistance of the Jewish communities of America which rose to the demands of an historic hour. A tremendous job has been done—but we have only begun to finish the job. For those who still wait anxiously, fearfully for an opportunity to reach the State of Israel, and for those who are in Israel—but who wait in tents and barracks for a home, the job is not finished. How can we stop before they too are settled in their own backyard? We can put them there. In 1950 We Must Raise $1,491,146 for 5* Vital Jewish Causes Greater Miami Jewish Federation 420 Lincoln Road Phone 58-4331 United Jewish Afteal I hrkalf of thr RiiillUmrnl and RtamttruclUn Programs of tht Joint Ditlrirnntton CtmmtHm. I'ntlod Palalnu Aptral and Vniltd Strviet for Ntw Anuneam HENRY MORGENTHAU, JR., General Chairman



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PAGE SIXTEEN Lodge Presents Bookeovers Presentation bv North Shore Lodge. B'nai B'rith. of 2.000 bookcovers depicting the sacrifice of the Four Chaplains on the USS Dorchester highlighted the Brotherhood Week ceremonies at Biscayne Elementary School on Monday. Samuel Weinfeld. lodge AntiDefamation League chairman. ; made the formal presentation | with response on behalf of the school by Mrs. lone Hill, principal. Brief addresses on the significance of the chaplains to American democracy were delivered by the Rev. Paul N. Jewett, St. Johns by tiie Lake Methodist Church: the Rev. John L. Yenches, the Church-by-the-Sea; Msgr. George Rockett, St. Josephs Catholic Church; and the Rev. Philip Fried, North Shore Jewish Community Center. Gilbert J. Balkin served as moderator. Featured on the program was the singing oi Irving Caesar's "Songs of Friendship" by pupils of the school, who also presented folk songs and dances illustrating the customs of various countries. The music program was under the direction of Miss Sarah Ann Brameister, school music supervisor. William Elliott, president. North Beach Business Association, and John Mahoney. president. Normandy Isle Improvement Association, represented the North Shore Miami Beach area civic associa| tions at the ceremonies. Mark Silverstein. lodge president, and Leo Steinman. community service chairman a.-sisted with the program. +Jmistifk>rMian BROTHERHOOD WEEK "FEBRUARY 19-26 MANY STREAMS FEED THE SEA OF LIFE Brotherhood Week-February 19-26 I By JAMES W. WHITEHEAD Director. Florida Region of National Conference Christians and Jews. Inc. The brotherhood of man based on the Fatherhood of God is a basic doctrine of Protestants, Catholics and Jews. This means among other things, the willingness to grant to others the same lights and privileges that one claims for ones' self. Brotherhood is the only permanent solution to the problems of human relations. Force, if deemed to be necessary at times, is only a temporary expedient. It is not a solution. The National Conference of Christians and Jews, through its educational program in schools and colleges as well as in civic and community organizations, is seeking to immun^e America against the disease of prejudice: to prevent epidemics of hate movements if possible, or to counteract their influence should they arise: and to exten and preserve the principles and traditions of democracy. There are always those who endeavor to exploit prejudice for profit or for political gain. We must be on our guard against I them. We must recognize as un' American and irreligious anv ] movement that seeks to indict or i condemn any group of the American people. If America ever becomes unsafe for one group, it will soon become unsafe for all groups. As we all know, the American way of life is based upon the recognition of the dignity of man as a creature of God. Man's rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness are inalienable because they are God-given. To deny these rights to any person because of his religion, race or national origin is not only un-American: it is an evil in the sight of God. Let us all reaffirm our faith in the brotherhood of man under the Fatherhood of God during this Brotherhood Week and make applicable this faith during every week, in what we think, how we act. and what we saw The essence of the principles | that are the real source of our i strength is that men as individuals and in groups have rights that must not be denied or suppressed.—W. W. Wavmack. BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS TO ALL ERNEST PATE'S SERVICE STATION "BE SURE WITH PURE" Washing Polishing Greasing Auto Repairs 3866 S. W. 8th Street PHONE 83-9177 DR. W. H. ELLIS 1100 N. E. First Avenue Miami. Fla. PHONE 3-3453 TO ALL BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS GRAND NATIONAL IMPORTERS WHOLESALE LIQUORS 309 N. W. 9th Avenue rfliami E. N. COOK & CO. CASEMENT SASH ERECTION GLASS GLAZING ^ N W 5 0thSfre E J COO, Pro, *— BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS VERN0N J. ALLISON PAINTING CONTRACTOR 1500 N.W. 214 Street Phone 94187 TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS BEST WISHES BERNI HOTEL O. FISCHER, Mgr. 204 Biscayne Bird. MIAMI. FLORIDA GUARANTY TITLE & ABSTRACT CORP. 50 West Flagler Street Bunche Issues Statement On Brotherhood Week The world in which we live is made dangerous by mankind's shocking illiteracy in human relations. Man. in his genius, has performed miracles in science and industry. Is it not a colossal and tragic irony that man has learned how to harness nature, how to control the relations among the elements and to direct them as he sees fit. but has never yet learned how to live harmoniously with himself? Who can doubt that in this atomic age there is anything so sorely and urgently needed as a universal recognition of a bond of kinship among peoples, the realization of the brotherhood of man irrespective of differences in race, creed, culture or ideology. The real foundation for peace must be built in the hearts and minds of men. There is but one road to peace and that is the road of human understanding and brotherhood—Dr. Ralph J. Bunche, United Nations trusteeship director. A PPeal in GreaESl year, came off V Monday. Cooie V, "1 funds for the year V* of graphs showing^ the number 0 f CO nS2 Federal on drives anff funds since 1939 TO JEWRY EVERY It's a Pleasure to I GREETINGS TYCOON TACKLE SHOP, 1 280 S.W. 22nd A PHONE (MM BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS PICK-UP AND DELIVERY ZANDER'S LAUNDRY & DRY CLEAjJ 3466 N. Miami Avenue ph one TO ALL BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS NEIL R. SUTTON REGISTERED LAND SURVEYOR 4200 S.W. 83rd Avenue Phone 4 TO ALL BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS B. B. Leigh, Pres. R. C. 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JAY, FEBRUARY 17. 1950 *Jetvistrflcr/kUaun Who Lives Next Door? *• /// I Whi'i wrong, Joe? You Anally got that new house, didn't you? You ought to be real happy. But you look like you ate something that didn't agree with yoo. Worried about the people next door? Why? Different religion? Different sounding names? So what? Stop worrying, Joe. You'll fine" them real Americans. You nugr even get to like them. If you don't, that's aU right too. Just leave them alone and they'll leave yon alone. But the chances are, once you really get to know them, you'll find them okay. In the meantime, count your blessings. You're in a fine new house with improvements that ysu couldn't find anywhere else but in America. And how did America get that way? Because of a lot of people with even fun* nier sounding names than the ones your neighbors have. Names like Keedusko, Pulaski, Haysa S a ls—on. Make sure that you arc not sp rea d ing rumors against a race or a religion. Speak up, wherever you are, against prejudices, and work for better understanding. Remember that's being a good American. Accept or reject people on their individual worth BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS TO ALL MIAMI SPRINGS BANK "A Friendly Bank" (Member of F J).I.C.) MIAMI SPRINGS. FLORIDA Telephone 88-5291 GREETINGS S. M. PERKINS INCOME TAX SPECIALIST First National Bank Bidg. GREETINGS PADGITT KENNELS YOUR PET IS SAFE HERE N.W. 79th Street Phons 88-2951 |Y THE SPIRIT OF BROTHERHOOD BRING PEACE. HEALTH AND HAPPINESS J. MILONE PLASTERING CONTRACTOR 208 N. W. 28th Street PRONE 3-37 35 u % %  HARRY PHILLIPS AND ASSOCIATES PONY BAR 234 North Miami Avenue PHONE 2-S4M CORAL WAY CLEANERS Coral Gables Dry Cleaning Dress Suits. Rugs and Drapes. All Work On Premises Phone 4-1345 249 Coral Way PAGE NINETEEN E. STRECKER Truck Body Builders 724 N. W. list Street Vjp-se-Dete Vs LEW M. CISCO Transfer & Storage 9M If. E. In* A* PHONE t-UU Ine. Dade Refrigerating Co.. REFRIGERATING MACHINES AND EQUIPMENT 1792-1794 N. W. 20th Street Miami. Florida Phone 2-7868 and 9-7036 ALL SURETY AND JUDICIAL BONDS BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS HENRY A. POHL INC. State Distributors GRAY MARINE MOTORS GASOLINE and DIESEL 410 N. E. 13th Street Phone 2-1577 TO ALL BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS $ L. & L. ROOFING TILE CO. INC. 755 N. W. 143rd Street Phone 7-1651 ^ TAYLOR CONSTRUCTION CO. GENERAL CONTRACTORS 2875 N.W. Lejeune Road .1 I PHONE 88-4653 GREETINGS Day Phone 89-3640 Night Phone 7-7115 DADE HI II \ IN III] Its FURNITURE SAND BLASTING & .* • %  %  $ TROPICAL REFINISHING Bldg. No. 70 Opa-Locka Airbase B. D. BINDSCHADLER M. F. SCALES ^ ,, r _. JOHN A. MOORE AND RISCAYNE ENGINEERING CO. Bltte Prints — Photostats — Drawing Materials Pick-up and DeHrery Serrlce (Opposite the Courthouse) 47 N.W. FIRST STREET Phone 3-3866 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS ARKIN CONSTRUCTION CO., INC. General Contractors • 1827 Purdy Are. — Phone 58-3133 <*?\ MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA 1 Peerless Manufacturing Co. H— .ufai Ns m el Corrugated Cartons and Cartons for Fruit Can a l— 23 N. E. 74th Street Phone 7-0953 .. Uj



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f, FaRUARY 17, 1950 ^JewlstnorUktti PAGE FIFTEEN tters To The Editor .ifying L-ish Flaridian fir: Presentation of a Scroll to liversity of Miami by the community through the of Jewish Education was Ing and exciting news. I use the medium of The £n to express my sincere filiations to the Bureau of i Education for sponsoiint; ptoric event, and to the t:iy of Miami for encourThc study of the ancientHebrew language at the lily. Juki like to take this opporIti pay personal tribute to lliam P. Dismukes, through [efforts Hebrew was first Iced in the. evening diviDr. Franklin P. Williams lr. Charles D. Tharp for •ouragement and for their to Dr. Herman Meyer, |r of the university faculty, tided me in my discussions university officials; to [atilda Ratner, who made r seven tuition fee I s in Hebrew to unistuderts when it was in^d in the spring term of jid to the Bureau of Jewish Jon Board for allowing me time to teach at the uniItiaching of Hebrew at the Isity of Miami should stim| the introduction of the as a modern language in Bami Beach Senior High Before leaving Miami, I k.ision to discuss this matter evi'ial school officials, and eaction was favorable. I and hope the community Bifit to lend its support [the bureau takes further |o tarry out this project. Sincerely yours, A. P. GANNES, tctor, Philadelphia Council :sh Education. ICOLORED MAIDS \D DAY WORKERS $5.00 :E EMPLOYMENT SERVICE IE. 1st Ave. Ph. 2-7619 Where's The Body Dear Editor: I completely disagree with your drama critic's estimate of "God, Man and Devil," and want to say so. Especially, I think it necessary to emphasize that if "God, Man and Devil" is a "corpse." then let's lump Shakespeare and all the other classics into the same cold shroud and bury them out on some lonely prairie. "God, Man and Devil" has held up for 50 years now precisely because of what your critic acknowledges is the play's core: a universal theme. In fact, this one happens to have several universal themes, all plenty human and all plenty permanent. This is why and how Maurice Schwartz picks his plays for his Yiddish Art Theatre. Reviving old history was more than a nostalgic experience for the packed premiere audience at the Plaza Theatre. It was an evening of fine theatre. For it—and for his second Miami Beach production, by Sholom Aleichem—Schwartz imported 14 starring principals from his New York company, with their original costumes, lights scenery. This marks the first time true Yiddish living drama has been brought here. It was brought with skill, great acting talent, and superb casting. "God, Man and Devil" is an example of Yiddish tradition staged to be understood by anybody. I see no reason why anyone should cut it up like a watermelon searching" it dutifully for sociological juice or economic seeds. Rodgers and Hammerstein are now working up a musical on "Tevia's Daughters," successor to "Tevia," which many of your readers saw here last season as a film at the Plaza, with Maurice Schwartz its star and director. That, too, goes far back to another way of life—to the "corpse" on which your critic does an autopsy. I think we've got a fetching mystery here: "When is a Corpse Never Dead?" Yours, HELEN ALPERT Gables Center Sisterhood Will Hold Institute On Judaism On February 22 The Sisterhood of the Coral Gables Jewish Center in collaboration with the Church Women of Coral Gables, will hold an institue on Judaism. February 22, at the Coral Gables Jewish Center, 320 Palermo Ave. Sisterhood chairman of interfaith activities, Mrs. Herman P. Rubin, will act as hostess and greet guests. Spiritual leader of the center. Rabbi Morris A. Skop, will deliver the welcoming address fend introduce the guest speakers. Rabbis Irving Lehrman and Leon Kronish. Rabbi Lehrman will address the institute on "The Basic Beliefs of Judaism" to be followed by an open forum conducted by the three rabbis. The program will begin at 11 a.m. and conclude at 3 p.m. with luncheon at 1. Mrs. Irving Gerstenfeld, president of the sisterhood, will preside at lunch at which the church women will will be given by Judy Searles and Irving Ceasar's "Songs of Friendship will be shown by Gilbert Balkin, regional director of the Anti-Defamation League. Following luncheon Rabbi Skop will conduct a tour of the center and religious school and explain all religious symbols. 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i PAGE TWO *.^utrkridlic>r FRIDAY Launch Program lor Jewish Vouth A quarter hour of Jewish Stories for Jewish youth will be initiated on Sunday. February 26. on station W.MIE for ten consecutive Sundays al 7:45 a.m. The will consist oi stories of Biblical and Jewish content told in dramatic fashion for young people. Narrator will be Mrs. Gershon S. Miller. Mrs. Miller has a wide ex-1 perienco in radio and speech j al -hipvpment trains. A graduate of the North| Dr Zev Cohen, center, was ch.ef speaker a^^TjCSl western University School of brunch sponsored by the women sum of th Co !" in £ h ; n are Speech, she has taught choric and Appea i i ast week at the Saxony Hotel. Flanking Dr. conen are senior dramatics at Evanston .. State Cemetery Unit i Organized In Orlando the Paskowitz. formerly of Irvinglon. N. J.. who passed away while visiting her daughter. Sally Kravitz, 2336 S.W. 4th St.. will take place on Sunday, February (1. io r.) Mrs. Sol Leslie. Mrs. Max Shapiro. Mrs w L Mrs. Carl Weinkle. Mrs. Joseph Fenias and Miss StabSl -I'.i at Evanston Township High School, directed dramatics in Chicago and Miami Beach. She was a member in the Chicago Radio Council for four years with weeklv broadcasts over WBBM and WFTL. She was a staff announcer at WILL in Urbana. 111., for one year. Her club "News Around Town" and childern's story program were presented here over WMBM for ten months. She was staff announcer at WXRT in Chicago for one year, directing women's and children's programs. This series is sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education of Greater Miami. \\ Paskowitz Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Goldie 19. at 2 p.m. at S*hool To Receive 2000 Bookcovers Coral Gables Chapter of B'nai E'rith Women and the West Miami Jewish Center, are jointly presenting 2000 bookcovers depicting the Four Chaplains theme Mount Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Max Shapiro. Mrs. Paskowitz was a charter member of the first Voliner Ladies Society and the first Felix Full Ladies Society of Newark. N. J. She is survived by her husband, one daughter, one son and three grandchildren. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Co. Relatives and friends are asked to be present. Coppel Unveiling The unveiling of a monument to the memory of Mrs. Anna A. to the Sylvania Heights ElementS^?* 1 :, 1 ", 1 ? "•£ of Ph'l'P Coppel. arv School RflOl SW ifith St 853 S.W. 12th Ct.. will take place ary School. 5901 S.W. 16th St., during Brotherhood Week observances Thursday. February 16, at 2:15 p.m. at the school. Participating in a panel discussion on the significance of the Four Chaplains will be Andrew Healy. Coral Gables city commissioner and prominent local attorney; the Rev. F. H. Buchholtz. Coral Way Presbyterian Church; and Rabbi Morris A. Skop, Coral Gables Jewish Center. Gilbert J. Balkin. director. Florida regional office of the Anti-Defamation League, will introduce the speakers. Representing the West Miami Jewish Center on the program committee is Mrs. Louis Goldin. Mrs. Ann Abramson. chairman. Anti-Defamation League Committee, is representing the Coral Gables B'nai B'rith Women's Chapter. at Mount Nebo Cemetery on Sunday, February 19. at 2:45 p.m. with Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiating. Friends are requestea to attend. The Florida Cemetery Ass tion was organized at a meeting week at the Angebilt Hotel in Orlando. Miamians who attended^ the initial meeting are Rabbi S M Machtei. Mount N'lbo: J. E. Campelin. Southern Memorial Park; and Arthur J. Dickinson, Flagler and Miami Memorial Parks. Localites elected to office were Campelin who was named first vice president and Rabbi Machtei. treausrer. Purpose of the new unit is to discuss mutual problems affecting Florida cemeteries such as horticulture and engineering and to exchange ideas for improving service to lot owners. 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9RUARY 17. 1950 *'Jtmist! fk>ridUnr PAGE SEVENTEEN Students Show Less Anti-Jewish lice Than Population As Whole showed less prejudices, although the situation touches him. The low Jewish enrollment in both areas | figure for the football incident is college students show =wish prejudice than rv's population as a rding to a report made Miami last week by Abess, chairman, add and executive comrida regional office, „ation League of B'nai member of the league s mmission. n a study of socjal ttitudes among both ors and freshmen cone league by the Elmo anizatioft, the report t college students are ingly opposed to quota i other discriminatory policies which exist in rican colleges. • was made in coni the ADL'S forthual survey of anti'A Measure of Freemold Forster, national the league's civil rights The book will be ;hortly by Doubleday. e out of ten seniors preference for colleges riminate. By contrast, -third of the general ation—including col;cs and non-graduates lined. Meier Steinbrink, nairman of. the league, i "On the basis of this e know now what we ys suspected. College ms have been defended protection for nondents. It is now evident students themselves bigotry of their proIrmine how much prellege students feel tots, researchers asked a key questions which uch sensitive areas as [social contacts, housing, pit and intermarriage. A comparison with the opulation was provided ; ADL study made by September, 1948. wising conclusion is low index" of prejudice lege students is not at Iding to the study, the I attending college for a period. Tests made on ban campuses in the first ks of the 1949 fall term |t the incidence of prethe same for seniors who jiave had the benefits of bur years of college, as Imen who have yet to acclimated to or in[by college life. Manation for the fact that colleges have made no % ni contribution" in deanti-Semitism—despite l-cut and consistent dif| between college seniors Its—"is harder to arrive he facts of the differences BS,"' the study declares. Be laboratory questions at both freshmen and roups show no marked between the two "we must face the conIhat a college education es not appreciably change attitudes toward groups." factor in the low level of prejudice among both freshmen and seniors," said Justice Stembrink, "is the general belief that idealism is a function of youth. The attitudes of today's college students may be considerably more narrow and prejudiced 10 or 20 years from now. Our past studies show that when we separate college graduates from the general adult population and compare the two groups, antiSemitism and minority bias is more prevalent among the college-educatetd. "It may also be that the major job of education in the field of anti-minority sentiments is being done in high schools and that the only prejudiced students left are bitter-enders with whom education has already proved ineffective," said Justice Steinbrink. "We have no conclusive proof that such is the case, but it is a real possibility." In general, the study discloses, social distance patterns for college students are typical, if less intense of the nation's attitudes toward its minority groups. Prejudice weighs heaviest against Negroes, Mexicans, Chineses, Filipinos, Jews and Italians in that order. Here is how the attitudes of college seniors compare with those of American adults on specific questions: Do you think Jews are getting too much economic power in the United States? Thirty-eight per cent of the general adult population said "yes;" among seniors, 23 percent. too much political power? Adults, 19 per cent; seniors, six per cent. • Would you prefer not to work side by side with Jews? Only five per cent of the seniors replied "yes. Adults, 14 per cent. Would you prefer not to have Jews as guests in your home? Adults, 15 per cent; seniors, three per cent. The highest degree of nonacceptance is shown in answers to the question: "Would you prefer not to have one of your near-relatives marry a Jew?" On out of four seniors opposed intermarriage. But here, again, the college group was less restrictive than the general adult population, where the ratio on this provocative question is 48 per cent. A breakdown of college subgroups shows that there is greater bias among fraternity and sorority members than among nonmembers. Students on Southern campuses were more anti-Semitic, while students at Far Western colleges is small. Researchers could find no appreciable differences in attitudes toward Jews between men and co-eds or between Catholic and Protestant students. The interviewers also presented two hypothetical situations involving anti-Semitic discrimination on the campus. .The first described two equally well qualified candidates, a Jew and a Gentile, for election to the board of the college newspaper. NonJewish seniors were asked if they had "any preference." Fifty-seven per cent said "no." Seventeen per cent definitely "preferred" the Gentile; another 19 per cent adopted the same attitude if election of the Jew "meant that Jewish students would become a majority of the board." One per cent preferred the Jewish candidate. The second situation: "Suppose six of the eleven best football players in college happened to be Jews. Do you think it would be a good idea to have them all play on the varsity?" The answers: Yes—49 per cent; doesn't matter (a volunteered answer)—41 per cent; no—seven per cent. 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?IDAY. FEBRUARY 17, HID a—BBBH—Ba—aaaaa——fci h n i t Fhridnarn PAGE TWENTY-THREE Our I ilm Folk By LEON GUTTERMAN ..^OLYWOOD—Bandying about Ijectives like "great" and "terri" is always a profitless busibut a lot of people are g to link them to Mickey fctz' 1950 edition of "Borscht spades." America's one and only hglish-V^iddish musical krevue Erring the country's leading Eglish-Yiddish entertainers. Jhe farthest out on a limb this lumnist will go is to observe, a matter of strict reporting, ft he has never in his years Hollywood correspondent In a Los Angeles audience cord a more vociferous and Ihusiastic reception to the perImance of a musical revue here. Iremembered for nothing else, nedian Mickey Katz will go vn in theatre history as the fcducer for the most striking Blish-Yiddish musical revivals K staged. The show is a smash And it is hard to see how, if Iver gets to Broadway followits second nation-wide tour, ban miss. the main answer to "Borscht pades" powerhouse appeal is j almost miraculous harnessing English and Yiddish enterlers. The humor of the revue unusually enough, both keenly Iric and subtly literate, but also essed of hilarious, even rowdy klities. A noteworthy asset of Irscht Capades" is its tremenis entertainment values from variety standpoint. There isn't |Ugh of any one element to the onlooker. As a matter of there is just enough of flish and Yiddish to leave an lience asking for more. Jjedy, drama, and a widely Bed score balance beautifully 1 overall standout results. A koth blending of dialogue. Ion. song and technical appurances maintains a high average kolding audience interest from lain to curtain. Ihen Mickey Katz, one-time Jician-comedian for Spike and his orchestra, set out this latest producing venture, (assigned himself a two-fold Bion: (a) to make audiences |h from coast to coast, (b) to kg back to the stage not only %  greatest English-Yiddish enn ners of the past but the t new talent available. Both lions are successfully accomked. seems incredible that no on has had the nerve enough lamble on the greatness of pisn entertainers as Katz has. probably because no one until t has had the faith in the kdness of the Yiddish box office. The esult of "Borscht Capades" is excellent theatre and a nation-wide box office smash. Katz faith in the English-Yiddish revue has resulted in juicy payoffs from one end of the country to the other with his touring company ... a sure moneymaker. The show has been gobbled up by capacity audiences everywhere, with advance bookings already well ahead for manymonths from now. By himself, Katz is one of the great Yiddish comedians of our day. Short, wiry, dynamic, he sings and capers like a young colt and having as much fun as the audience. As funny in English as he is in Yiddish, he's a tremendous hit with the younger Jewish generation. He deviates from quaint costumes and heavy Yiddish by giving the revue a bright and saucy colorfulness sprinkled with plenty of laughs and scintillating wisecracks. He's a funmaker who makes every minute count, and having surrounded himself with some of the finest performers in the business the combination of talents cant miss to give theatre-goers the most enjoyable of evenings. "Borscht Capades" discloses Katz as an ingratiating clown with a comedy routine that is remarkably original and imaginative. He moves through every scene with a vai iation that marks him a fundamentally proficient zany that is so elastic in his technique that his every moment, every grimace, every gesture, every eye-lift is foretellable a second or two ahead of itself. There is no doubt that Katz is the best comic that the YiddishEnglish theatre has bred in recent years; he is a pantomimist far above the ordinary. The historian of the Yiddish theatre must recognize that it is today "news" on two grounds: first, because it has changed completely from what it previously has been, and, second, because with the change there has come about a coincidentally very great Top Price Paid for TO USED GLOTHING AL'S 432 N. MIAMI AVE. Phone 2-3213 Credit Service Inc. Florida's Largest Credit Reporting Bureau Miami's Home Owned Bureau Nationwide Service Seybold Bldg. Ph. 9-4543 change in the character of its audience and its drama. The Yiddish theatre, up to even so recently as five years ago, was a national hybrid institution, appealing only to the casual theatregoer who came from the old country. Soon there came about, naturally, a collapse of the Yiddish theatre business throughout the country, the statistics of which are already sufficiently and grievously known. In this juncture, the Yiddish theatre had to take stock of itself. Mickey Katz wanted to know: was it to die, or was it to live? And out of Katz' stock-taking there was born the new EnglishYiddish musical revue.—the beginnings of a new Yiddish theatre—together with the new audience and the new drama. Mickey Katz' "Borscht Capades" is playing to standing-room-only business in towns and cities which for the last ten years have turned a chilled shoulder to the Yiddish theatre. American Jews are beginning to return to their first, early love ... the Yiddish musical revue. The Los Angeles barometer indicated, as well, the changing barometers all over the United States. Mickey Katz is the straw which shows the changed wind. Judge Joseph Proskauer Named Brandeis Trustee The election of'Judge Joseph M. 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%  —WBa %  %  %  %  uni|HHH(9II9fiffHDc^Hwfll FRIDAY, FEBRUAR Y 17, PAGE TWENTY National Conference Christians, Jews Sets 1950 Budget At $3,500,000 Three ana one-half million dollars has been budgeted by the 200 representative Americans who comprise the board of the National Conference of Christians and Jews in order to carry for' ward in 1950 the principles of •Brotherhood Week in an expanded year 'round program, according to Dr. Everett R. Clinch), president. The film industry has asked everv motion picture theatre, he said" to serve as a center for receiving the public's subscriptions during Brotherhood Week, currently being observed February 19-26. The expanded program will include a strengthening of activities to improve intergroup relations in industrv. the establishment ot human" relations centers '"universities and a broadening of the work with religious, educational and community organization. The National Conference program is under the leadership of Charles E. Wilson, president of General Electric Co.; Roger W Straus, chirman of the board of the American Smelting and refining co.: and Thomas E. Braniff. president of Braniff International Airways. Brief summary of National Conference of Christians and •. Jews: *?* *s THE ORGANIZATION The National Conference of Christians and Jews, Inc. is an interational organization maintaining 62 field offices in the United States. It is affiliated in Canada with the Canadian Council of Christians and Jews, and has sponsored the formation of a World Organization for Brotherhood, which now operates in most of the European Free Countries. HISTORY The conference was founded in 1928 by Chief Justice Charles Evans Hughes, former Secretary of War Newton D. Baker, and Dr. S. Parkes Cadman. past president of the Federal Council of Churches of Christ in America. PURPOSES The National Conference of Christians and Jews is a civic organization of religiously motivated persons to promote justice, amity, ilnderstanding and cooperation amon;* Protestants. Catholics and Jews. It does not aim at any sort of union or amalgamation of religious bodies or at modifying any of the distinctive beliefs of its members. It does not attempt to achieve its goal by weakening the loyalties and beliefs of those of any faith. It aims to find the causes of. and to eliminate, inter-group prejudices which distort religious, business, social and political relations. ACTIVITIES In addition to the 62 regional offices, the conference operates a j number of national commissions, working through a Educational organizations — Sponsors projects to train.educators on inter-group relation*, publishes teaching materials: and offers technical and consultan services to teachers and school administrators. b Religious organizations — Sponsors country-wide programs ifor religious education re oroI therhood in churches and synagogues: sponsors youth training, seminary lectureships, worshops. and publications. c Community organizations — Works with women's clubs, fiaternal. civic, welfare, labor. (veteran, and other community organizations. d Industrv commission provides short courses on teamwork in I productive enterprise. e. Mass communications — through projects such as Brotherhood Week, conducts a campaign | against bigotry through P'"PSS, radio, motion pictures and lecitures: distributes motion pictures. i recordings, and pamphlets, and I provides speakers. I FINANCES The conference is serviced by voluntary contributions from ini dividuals. groups, foundations, i fraternal organizations and re: ligious groups. Its budget for the year 1950 is $3,500,000. Everyone is invited to join by making a contribution. Every motion picture theatre has been asked by the film industry to serve as a place where during Brotherhood Week citizens may leave subsriptions. in addition to offices of National Conference of Christians and Jews. Truman Issues Statement On Brotherhood •Americans can make no greater Harry S. Truman in accepting the Sunday. February 19. The President's letter of acceptance delivered to John L. Sullivan former navy secretary and gene-al chairman of Brotherhood Week, affirmed that "there probabh has never been a time in ffiry when true brotherhood was so indispensable to the welfare of our own nation and to tne peace and freedom of the entire world." The President called attention to the millions of people ,n he world "subject to the iron rule of despots" and asserted that the American people, along with others of like devotion to human dignitv. must therefore demonstrate a greater measure of fraternity and unity than ever before. "Respect for human dignity is the central issue in the world today." he said. America is dedicated to the conviction that all people are enn.?ed by the gift of God to equal r ghts and freedoms even though Sev mav differ in religious perSn 'in social and political SSSw Ui racial origin. Our g eatness is and will be measured bv the degree of our recognition of this fundamental truth," the President said. If you really believe in the brotherhood of man, and you want to come into its fold you ve PO* to let everyone else in too.— Oscar Hammerstein. II, of Rodgers and Hammerstein. %  : The blessings of scien c vitUted if we use th em to each other. The blessing, ,7* are empty if they cannot £ us attain the peace and t Z to enjoy them. Let us keen* proving these products 0 fi minds, but let us rememWtu the basic solution of living 3 one another lies not in our mS. but in our hearts—in shedZ the warmth of our heartf* others, warmth and in return —' receiving %  .-•turn — Richtoi Rodgers, of Rodgers and hC merstein. HARDEMAN INSURANCE AGENCY. INC. John V. Hordeman and John V. Hardeman, Jr. 223 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phou 3-4*7 TO ALL GREETINGS & c^WAPM 127 N. W. 2nd Street rvn fntu LOTSPEICH FLOORING CO. 3800 N. E. 1st Avenue Washing and Polishing — Lubrication — Batteries Tim Mechanic on Duty Pick-Up and DeUTsry 71st Street Servtee Station C. A. MacDONALD SHELL SERVICE 337 71st Street, Miami Beach Phone 86-IM As the world becomes more ana more of a neighborhood, brotherhood comes more nearly being not simply an ideal, but a living necessity.—Dr. Harry N. Wright. BICITEI'S JEWELRY CO.. Inc. 160 E. 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3RUARY 17, 1950 *Je*isti n&ridHan PAGE THREE % s Group is Adult •al Unit swish Congregation of jles announces the orof an adult cultural ich meets Tuesday of at 8:30 p.m. at 2410 Leon Blvd., under the of Dr. Abraham L. Chicago. jurse of lectures will bur Thousand Years of Contributions to Civilksen is rabbi emeritus of ftion B'nai Zion of Rogers Icago. He is a graduate Udesheimer Seminarium fcny and holds degrees of tf Art in English litera\m Northwestern Unind Doctor of Hebrew from the Jewish Theoeminary of America. He ithor of such books as d Religious Institutions k of the Covenant" and BS Commentary on the Job." the founder of the Conmovement in Chicago, Hypnotist Will Appear Here The Amazing Dr. Polgar, hypnotist and mental telepathist, will appear here under the auspices of the American Veterans Committee. The Hungarian born mentalist will perform Saturday. February 18, at the I.B.E.W. Hall, 1657 N.W. 17th Ave., at 3 and 8 p.m. and at the Miami Beach Municipal Pier at 10 p.m. On Sunday, February 19, Dr. Polgar, who recently created a sensation on Arthur Godfrey's television show, will appear at the pier at 8 and 10 p.m. the Midwest branch of the United Synagogue of America and the Women's League, the Council of Conservative Synagogues and held office as president for 20 years of the Council of Conservative Rabbis of Chicago. Dr. Lassen was rabbi of Congregation B'nai Zion for a period of thirty years and recently retired from the active Rabbinate on account of ill health. Auto Victim's Rites To Be In Oak Ridge Services for Gilbert Diamond,. 41, of Oak Ridge, Tenn., who was killed in an auto crash at Gaines-' ville Saturday while en route to Miami Beach to attend a testimonial dinner in honor of his father, Israel Diamond, 843 Meridian Ave.. Miami Beach, will be held in Oak Ridge. Gilbert was riding with Dr. J. C. Diamond, 45, his brother, when their car was hit by a truck. Dr. Diamond was injured in the accident. Gilbert is survived by his parents, a sister and two other brothers. HI Say... Harry Simonhoff's column "I'll Say," will not appear this week due to the death of Mr. Simonhoff's father. Rabbi J. J Simonhoff. Rabbi N. Perilman It.-i It hi Perilman To Speak Here Rabbi Nathan A. Perilman, spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-El in New York, largest reform congregation in the United States, will be guest speaker at Temple Israel Friday, February 17, at 8 p.m. Rabbi Perilman attended the Lebedeff At Plaza Aaron Lebedeff, "The Maurice Chevalier of the Jewish Stage," %  bows into the Praza for one I week's personal appearance on ] Tuesday, February 21. The ac] companying film fare will be "Dream No More," (English dialogue presentation), wich depicts typical scenes in the State of Israel. years, he served as secretary of the Synagogue Council of America, and held the same office in the New York Board of Jewish Ministers. He is a director of the Association of Reform Rabbis of New York, and is on the administrative and executive committee of the American Jewish Committee. During the 1948 Red University of PiTtsburgh and was I Cross campaign, Rabbi Perilman J ••; ordained at Hebrew Union College in Cincinnati in 1932. As a senior, he served as student minister of Congregation Ahavath Sholom of Bluefield, West Virginia, and in 1932 went to Temple Emanu-El as assistant to the rabbis. During his eighteen years in New York, Rabbi Perilman has occupied many communal posts. An active worker in the Federation of Jewish Philanthropies, he is a director of the Emanu-El Brotherhood, the Educational Alliance, and the Ninety-Second Street Young Men's and Women's Hebrew Association. For two served as Jewish adviser to the chairman of the New York drive. As a member of the Central Conference of American Rabbis, he serves on several committees. 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 & Keys Speedometers and Windshield Wipers & Washers Safety Sheet & Plate Auto Glass Plastic & Fulton Sun Visors Replacement Rubber For Your Leaking Doors, Trunks We Guarantee Our Work. PH. 9-3144 J. A. Nilon J. P. Nilon Iting record on turntable is Marvin Marks, while Gene M. sets tape recorder for recording onto disc. Boeninger and are partners on the MIRR-O-DISC Recording Studio, 2648 Oth Ct. Gene is a graduate of the University of Miami. Born ami, he received' elementary and secondary education in N. J. He has an affliction caused by Cerebral Palsy and \he board of the Dade County Society for Crippled Children charter member of the Cerebral Palsy Parent's Council of bde County Society for Crippled Children. Gene is the son of f. Sidney N. Boeninger, who is B'nai B'rith Women's hospital entative at Pratt General Hospital. Marks, a graduating at the University of Miami received his education in |fW He is a veteran, and served in many campaigns, including at He of the Bulge. AUTO GLASS Installed While You Wait Full Line of Auto Accessories and Parts ADAMS GLASS SERVICE 1805 Purdy Avenue Call 58-3756 or 5-4316 Stars In Radio Play Jaffe stars in "The Story ices Holmes and Brandeis" [latest episode in the "Lest rget—These Great Amerieries to be heard Saturday, Iry 18, at 5 p.m. over station jicipants in the fifteenlive panel discussion to immediately, will be: L. 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