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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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
23NUMBER 8
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1950
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Pleads For Abandonment Of
;alem Internationalization
EVA, Feb. 20 (JTA)In an hour-long speech to the
ions Trusteeship Council, Aubrey S. Eban today
d Israel's negative attitude toward the internationaliza-
jrusalem. He was preceded by a Jordan representative
id in a one-sentence speechthat his government
is a vision worthy of the U.N."
He also urged that the interna-
tional body move immediately to
"realize this easily available har-
mony."
iNati
; previous views and is
to discuss the Jerusalem
,an challenged the legal
, Trusteeship Council,
p U.N. Charter, to pro-
th implemention of the
Assembly resolution call-
Itlu- establishment of an
lonal regime in Jeru-
Seading with the Council
Ion the international stat-
th. he said, had ceased to
peal, the Israel diplomat
[the possibility that Israel
an would collaborate wih
icil on an agreement or
the protection of the
aces.
Jtempt to implement the
statute for Jerusalem
drafted in connection
U.N.'s Palestine parti-
tion of 1947would im-
fce effectiveness of the
rdan armistice pact and
Ihus endanger the public
nd security of the city, he
He added that the in-
consequence of an inter-
regime would be renewal
par by the Arab states.
all," Mr. Eban continued
pple of Jerusalem ask the
phip Council in the light
ory of recent months
to direct to itself a
| and moral question: Hav-
unable to provide Jeru-
iriih a government, securi-
lubsistence when it needed
sperate urgency, can
come to disturb the gov-
security and subsistence
A( have consecrated with
fcrifiees and toil?"
challenge of the legality
ouncil's task, the head of
delegation at the- U.N.
"The Charter conferred
lie General^ Assembly no
[or the solution of inter-
problems except by
I of conciliation. The Arab
natives, hoping against
at their audience has not
le Charter recently, have
med that the Charter offers
rut towards implementa-
"i< y have asserted that the
Asembly recommenda-
ve legislative effect; that
larter provides means of
them in case they fail
consent. The Charter, of
V ides absolutely noth-
the kind.
ision of Jerusalem," Mr.
sclared, "is of a Jerusalem
a free people develops its
y institutions, while a
Nations representative, in
Biquility and dignity, ful-
Tie universal responsibility
safety and accessibility of
l.v Places. I believe that this
UJA Mobilization Parley
Set For Beach This Weekend
Dinner Will Honor
Rabbi M. Grauer
Rabbi Murray Grauer, spiritual
leader of Congregation Beth El,
will be honored at a testimonial
dinner on Sunday, February 26,
in the Dora* August Memorial
Hall. The affair, to be given by
the congregation, its sisterhood
and PTA, will mark the comple-
tion of four year's of the rabbi's
service to his synagogue and also
his fourth wedding anniversary.
Among the honor guests at the
dinner will be all members of the
Greater Miami Rabbinical Asso-
ciation and the presidents and
executive directors of the Jewish
agencies in the area. Out-of-town
guests will include the rabbi's
parents, Mr. and tMrs. Julius
,Grauer, Mrs. Grauer's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Eisinger;
the rabbi's uncles, Charles and
Morris Gold; and Rabbi Morris
Finer, executive director of the
comunity service buerau of
Yeshiva University, all of New-
York.
Rabbi Grauer came to Congre-
gation Beth El after having been
ordained by the Yeshiva Uni-
versity in February, 1946. He
received his elementary education
at the Yeshiva Rabbi Israel
Salanter, and his secondary edu-
cation at the Talmudical Aca-
demy of the Yeshiva University.
He is a graduate of the Teacher's
Institute of the Yeshiva Uni-
versity and holds a Master's de-
gree from Columbia University in
the field of political science.
Under the rabbi's guidance, the
congregation embarked upon a
building program, and erected the
Beth El Center. Built along
modern lines, the building con-
tains meeting rooms, classrooms
for the Talmud Torah and Sunday
School, an auditorium with a
seating capacity of 500 and an
outdoor patio with a capacity of
700.
Rabbi Grauer is a member of
the Yeshiva College Alumni As-
sociation; the Rabbi Isaac El-
chanan Theological Seminary
Alumni Association; the executive
committee of the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education; the board of
governors of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation; and the
Rabbinical Council of America.
A national mobilization meeting
of Jewish leaders from all parts
of the country to inaugurate the
campaign program for the 1950
United Jewish Appeal which must
meet needs in Israel, Europe.
North Africa and the United
States amounting to $272,455,800.
will be held at the Saxony Hotel
on Sunday, February 26, it was
announced by Henry Morgentahu,
Jr., general chairman of the
United Jewish Appeal.
Principal speakers at this con-
ference will be Attorney General
J. Howard McGrath and Drew
Pearson, noted coumnist and radio
commentator. The conference will
open with a luncheon at the
Saxony Hotel at 1 p.m.
Morgenthau explained that the
purpose of the mobilization con-
ference would be to "establish
standards for the 1950 campaign,
on whose outcome depends the
future of hundreds of thousands
of Jews who have been brought
to Israel during the past year and
hundreds of thousands of others
who are still in the Moslem lands
and Eastern Europe who look to
American Jews for a new future."
Sixty-seven Miamians and win-
ter residents have been invited to
attend the meet. Among them are
Jack Ablin, Mrs. Louis Altschul.
Mrs. Maurice Baskin, Samuel
Beckerman, Sam Blank, Harry
Bloomberg, Edward Broidy, Ed-
ward A. Cohen, Charles Cohen.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Danbaum. Jack
Dubinsky, A. C. Fine, Frank
Frankel, Sam Friedland. Charles
Fruchtman, Julius Gaines. Max
Gerber, Dr. Simon Gerber. Moses
Ginsberg. Abe Goodman, Dr. United Palestine Appeal, the Joint
Morris Goodman, Al Gottesman. I Distribution Committee and the
Dr. S. Gottlieb, Mrs. Jennie^ U nted Service for New Am
Grossinger. Maurice Gusman,
Harry Horowitz, Walter Jacobs.
Benjamin Kane, Samuel Katz,
Sam Kay, Morris Klass. William
Glick. Milton Malakoff, Harold
Landfield, Isidore Leviton, J.
cans.
Having recently returned from
a tour of Israel, Mr. Morgenthau
pointed out that Israel can take
care >l its own normal needs, but
that the Jewish State "cannot be
Gerald Lewis, Marcie Liberman.' expected to carry the tremendous
Sam Luby, Sam Magid, Baron de burden of receiving and absorbing
Hirsch^ Meyer. I. L; Mintzer, Jos-i the refugees who are streaming
to its shores at the rate of more
than 12,000 a month."
It is the responsibility and ob-
ligation of American Jews to pro-
vide the funds through the
eph N. Morris, Harry Mufson.
Mrs. Louis Nelson, Max Orovitz.
Albert Pick, Milford Purcell.
Joseph A. Richter, Joseph M.
Rose, Harold Salvey, Dan B. Rus-
^a\TrC^ ISS2&* te United Jewish Apepal to make it
Schine, M. B. Shanberg, Harry
Sirkin, Jacob Sher, Wiliam D.
Singer, Joseph R. Stein, Arthur
A. Ungar, Carl Weinkle. Mitchell
Wolfson, Jacob Ziskind, Joseph
Weinberg, Joseph Weintraub and
Myron Weiss.
possible for a minimum of 150.000
new immigrants to be transferred
and settled in Israel during the
current year, he said. In addition,
he continued, United Jewish Ap-
peal funds are needed to provide
assistance for tens of thousands
The United Jewish Appeal J among the 800,000 Jews who are
raises funds for the progress of j still in Moslem countries and to
immigration and settlement in rehabilitate 250,000 Jews in
Israel; for relief and rehabilita- i Europe. With regard to refugee
tion among Jews in North Africa immigration in the United States,
and European countries; and for he said that the United Jewish
the adjustment of refugees who Appeal must support the adjust-
f ind a haven in the United States, ment of 25.000 newcomers who
The agencies which carry on these are expected to arrive here before
humanitarian activities are the the end of the year.
A CHAT WITH THE PRESIDENT
Rabbi Murray Grauer
Jackson J. Holiz of Boston. Mass., national commander of tlie
Jewish War Veterans of the United States of America, is shown
with President Truman during a recent visit to the White House.
Commander Holtz expressed the JWV's appreciation to the Presi-
dent for his efforts in behalf of civil rights and liberalized Dis-
placed 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.
itial Meeting Of Central Recreational Organization Is Held
has been described as
the most far-reaching and
lental developments in the
of the Greater Miami
comunity" took place last
lay evening when the
meeting of the Central
tional Organization was
the headquarters of the
Jr Miami Jewish Federation.
new organization is the
)wth of a survey on recrea-
and leisure time facilities
community. Reporting on
aekground of this survey,
Kaplan said that it repre-
the combined thinking of
icies engaged in leisure
activities. He credited the
Welfare Board with "in-
Be aid" in sending Elias
?y to direct the study and
announced that the Federation
board of governors had allocated
$26,000 for the establishment of
the new agency.
"This is an historic moment in
our community," Kaplan said,
"for tonight there is coming into
being an organization which re-
presents planned and thoroughly
integrated community action, an
organization which will provide
the maximum amount of service
in the leisure time field for the
amount of money expended."
Kaplan said that the survey
which recommended the central
unit required more than 35
separate committee and subcom-
mittee meetings. He disclosed that
the report has already been ac-
cepted by 14 organizations, in-
cluding Miami Jewish Community
Center, Miami Beach Y M& WHA.
North Shore Jewish Center, First
Jewish Congregation of Coral
Gables, Hialeah-Miami Springs
Jewish Center. Flagler-Granada
Jewish Center. Zionist Youth
Commission. Congregation Beth
El, North Dade Jewish Center,
West Miami Jewish Center, Miami
Hebrew School and Congregation.
As outlined by Kaplan, the cen-
tral agency will consist of one
representative for every 250
members of the organizations,
with a minimum of two for each
and a maximum of five. In addi-
tion there will be two representa-
tives from the B'nai B'rith and
Zionist youth groups, from syna-
gogues housing or conducting
leisure time programs and from
the Bureau of Jewish Education,
Mount Sinai Hospital, Jewish
Home for the Aged and the Na-
tional Children's Cardiac Home.
Carl Weinkle, who was in
charge of the survey, was named
temporary chairman of the new
group and Mrs. Ethel Machtey
was chosen temporary secretary.
Selected to serve on the group's
constitutional committee were
Leon Kaplan, chairman, Morton
Beigel, S. A. Goodman. Gus
Jacobson. Max R. Silver. Mrs.
Milton Sirkin, Maurice Grossman,
Louis Schwartzman.
On the personnel committee are
Max Meisel, chairman, Leon Kap-
lan, Milton Sirkin, Rabbi Murray
Grauer, Ada Scheiner, Carl
Weinkle, Morton Beigel, Max R.
Silver, Melvin Pazol and Wiliam
Kneapler.
Members of the nominating
committee include Milton Sirkin.
chairman, Mrs. Alfred Mamlet,
Ben Essen. Herman Feldman. Mrs.
Louis Glasser, William Singer,
William Kneapler, Mrs. Carl Suss-
kind, Abe Goodman, Leo Scheiner
and Sam Seitlin.
Public relations committee is
composed of M. J. Kopelowitz,
chairman and A. J. Kaplan.
The organization, which will be
incorporated as a non-profit unit,
will supervise budgeting and
staff, while the local agencies will
remain autonomous in conducting
program, according to Stanley C.
Myers, chairman of the Feder-
ation's community planning com-
mittee. First priority will go to
suburban area.


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FRIDAY.
S-BgUtay
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Bureau Of Jewish Education To Sponsor ^.ali^' *kP
Training Sessions For Hebrew Teachers
Tuesday. February 23. from 8 to t languag
10 p.m." at Kneseth Israel, for all of learning applied I th
the Hebrew teachers : Greatei >f language: -March 14. i...
Miami. 'Plesn
First hour of each of thi I a m idem Ian
sessions will be devoted to a lee- these principles applied
ture by Dr. Berthold C. Friedl. teaching of Hebrew: Marcn ,
lesson planning and testm
plied to the t( aching I Hi
Dr. Friedl is instructor in the
n and development of lan-
guage and problems of tei
modern language at the Universi-
ty of Miami. Author of many
studies on these subjects, he has
lectured both in the United Stat< -
Dr. Jacob Kaplan Shown
blessing Rabbi M. Skop.
Beth David Will
Hold Purim Fete
For the first time in its long
history Beth David Congregation
will hold a week-long Purim
festival. Beginning Monday. Feb.
27. the festivities will continue
a; *iiv site of the new synagogue.
S.W. 3rd Ave., between 26lh and
27th Roads, through Sunday.
March 5, with the exception of
the Sabbath.
All types of carnival rides and
games are being planned, ac-
c irding to Mrs. Alex Stiebel,
chairman of the affair. In addi-
tion, the sisterhood will operate
refreshment booths featuring
kosher delicacies.
Assisting Mrs. Stiebel is Mrs.
Harry Gordon, co-chairman, and
representati veTjT*
t'on. sisterhood !'>
>oungrna,10d.PjA.
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Second hour of the first
stone. Torahs. Everlasting Light.
Second nour CO.uhriuw mh Memorial Tablet and
sessions will be devoted to dis Uk. tcnances of the build.
cussion of the Prophet Mieah.hu *dedlcated.
give the lecture.
Final meeting will include the
demonstration of a planned less n
in the teaching of the Hebrew
language to be presented by
Joshua Stadlan. instructor at the
Hebrew Academy.
This series of in-training for
Hebrew teachers is sponsored by
the Hebrew Teachers Association
and the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion of Greater Miami.
congrega
Simon April blessed the corner- |
stone. Herbert Gelemter, presi-
dent of the congregation, opened j
the doors and Rabbi Murray
Grauer blessed the new temple
and the Mezuzahs.
The Choral Group of the center.
Cantor Joseph W. Malek and
Cantor Maurice Mamches ren-
dered the musical selections with
Steve Kessler at the organ.
rrSphT# North Shore Group
Will Receive Torah
Edwin Franko Goldman, dear,
of American bandmasters, will
conduct the University of Miami fj|
Symphonic Band in a concert "-
Tuesday. February 28, at 8:30 .SlIO
p.m. at Miami High Schol audi-
iorium. The band will play a First annual donor luncheon of
number of his compositions, as 'he Flamingo Chapter of the Na-
well as selections by Gomez, "na' Children's Cardiac Home
Wolf-Ferrari. Fletcher, Khacha- wiu bo neld' Friday, March 3.
turian, Weinberger, Bach and at 12:30 P-m- at tne Club Bali.
Sibelius. Tickets are available at Harvey Bell will sing and a
the University of Miami ticket ^shion show will be presented
offcies, main campus, and 340 Clothing shown will be from Mel
S.E. 1st St.; Amidons in Coral Warshaw ami Play Time Togs.
Gables: Miami Beach Radio Co. Chairman for the afternoon is
_____________ _____Mrs. Sam Magaziner. Assisting
7:.. U..J. d..i r+ 'her are the Mesdames Howard
Ring Heads Boston Group Learner, Muriel Kastan. Arthur
Alan King was named president : Chasan and Dennis Ratthaus.
of the Greater Miami Boston Reservations mav be obtained by JSSj5 J"l\ be provided by
Club at a : the uroup I calling Mrs. Learner. !.!.?. ?I! Kessler, an,d.,*** Wlnn
at the Cadillac Hotel Monday.
A motorcade from the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Isador Goldman past
the North Shore Jewish Cente
at 916 Everglades Concourse will
precede the Siyum Hatorah to be
held by the North Shore Jewish
Center on Sundav evening. Feb.
2R. at the Temple Beth Sholom.
Cars will assemble at the Gold-
man residence 720 85th St.. Miami
Beach, at 5:30 p.m.
Music
Alicia Carvell was chosen first
ident.
The club is open to all former
B stonians now residing in Dade
County,
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Stag Smoker Slated
The Miami Jewish Community
Center will hold its first post-war
stag smoker Thursday. February
23. at the cente;. according to
Abe Cutler, chairman of the
athletic committee, and Henry of the congregation, will act as
Rabin, chairman of the bowling | master t>f ceremonies.
upon the arrival of the Torah at
the temple and refreshments will
be served from 6:30 to 7 p.m.
when the program will get under-
way.
Rabbi Morris A. Skop will de-
liver the main address of the
evening. Melvin Pazol, president
league.
Phil Harris and his all-star
col ired revue will provide enter-
tainment. Tickets may be pur- Rabbinical Assembly.
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Jenist IkrMiar
PAGE THREE
mmw Teachers
or Freedman
Patriotic Observance
Group Is Organized
Delegates from various veterans
organizations in this area met for
the purpose of organizing a
Patriotic Observance Committee
of Greater Miami. At this meet-
ing, William R. Simonds of the
Harvey Seeds Post, American
Legion was elected temporary
chairman and Hy M. Morris o'f
the Norman Bruce Brown Post.
Jewish War Veterans, was named
temporary secretary.
Next meeting is scheduled for
8 p.m. Thursday, March 9, at the
Harvey Seeds Post, American
Legion. Permanent officers will
be elected and a permanent or-
ganization effected.
Prime purpose of the group is
to see that patriotic holidays are
properly observed, with parades
and display of flags.
500 Expected To
Hear Dr. Silver
David Freedman
]], rew Teachers Associa-
|Gr< ater Miami will tender
lut't in honor of its presi-
)avid Freedman, at the
| Hotel. 1030 15th St., Miami
on Sunday March 5, at
I program will feature an
by Rabbi Max Shapiro
bv Development of Jewish
linn in Miami."
dman has served as presi-
of the Hebrew Teachers
ation here since it was
kl seven years ago. A
of the national board of
ibrew Teachers Federation
erica, he is known for his
linn.il achievements in New
End Chicago, where he was
Itiil with some of the out-
ps Hebrew schools in the
He received his early
\. in Russia, graduated
Ziuiir College in Chicago,
ended the Jewish Institute
[Yeshiva University in New
lets for this event are avail-
fhrough members of the
Ti achers Association and
office of the Bureau of
Education, 318 Congress
ng-
Is Gaden is chairman of the
lements committee.
Cantor Trainer to
Chant Services at
Kncseth Israel
Caantor Leibele Trainer of
Brooklyn, New York, will be
guest cantor at the Kneseth Is-
real this weekend.
He will chant the services
Friday at 6 p.m. and Saturday
at 8:30 a.m. and will render the
musical program Sunday at 3
p.m. at the dedication of Sefer
Torah presented by Wolf Sirot,
honorary life president of the
synagogue and treasurer.
Participants in Sunday's cere-
mony will assemble at 3 p.m. in
front of the synagogue, and a
procession of cars will go towards
Washington Ave., turn toward
Eleventh St. to Euclid Ave. and
return to the synagogue. Alex-
ander Drucker's orchestra will
play.
Rabbi Isaac H. Ever will deliver
the sermon.
resentatives Wanted
Ida Representatives to
11 campers for our Penn-
nia Boys' Camp. Ex-
on3l Facilities, Staff and
ulation. Jewish-American
Ir.e (non-dietary) Friday
|ing Services. Tuition
School Teachers, College
fents or Social Workers
or women) preferred.
idid Commission, and
employment also, if
pfied.
Write to
L. Box 2973, Miami 18, Fla.
I"- M Students To
Present*>likado"
The Gilbert & Sullivan operet-
ta, "The Mikado" will be
presented by University of Miami
students on March 21 and 22 in
a building fund benefit perform-
ance, it has been announced by
Walter C. Kovner, president ol
the Hillel advisory council.
According, to Mrs. Irwin Wein-
stein, director of the production,
an evening performance will be
I given on March 21 at Ada Merritt
High School and on March 22
at Miami Beach High School.
A cast of nine principals and a
chorus of more than 20 men and
' women will appear in colorful
costumes to present the popular
show.
The B'nai B'rith Hillel Founda-
tion proposes to build a student
, home at the University of Miami
campus with the proceeds realized
I from "The Mikado" production.
j Tickets may be secured from the
B'nai B'rith council offices, 330
Seybold Building.
Dr. Abba Hillel Silver
Five hundred persons are ex-
pected to hear Dr. Abba Hillel
Silver when the internationally
known Zionist leader addresses
the guests at a testimonial ban-
quet in his honor on Wednesday.
Mqrch 8, at 6 p.m. in the banquet
hall of Temple Beth Sholom.
Judge Kenneth Oka who heads
the arrangements committee, re-
vealed that there are only 100
reservations available for the
event which will be tendered by
the Miami Beach Zionist District
and announced that reservations
be made by calling the Zionist
office, 235 Lincoln Read, 58-4643
or by contacting one of the com-
mittee members.
Dr. Silver, spiritual leader of
the Temple. Cleveland, Ohio, and
past president of the Zionist
Organization of America, has long
been a spokesman of militant
Zionist policy.
Assisting Judge Oka are Co-
Chairmen Daniel M. Broad and I
Ben Zion Ginsburg. Serving on I
the committee are Dr. David S.'
Andron, Jack D. Burris. George I
H. Cohen, Isidore Goldberg, j
Abraham Goodman, Cantor |
Samuel Kelemer, Rabbi Moshay
P. Mann, Arnold I. Scher, Mat-
thew Silverstein, Alfred Stone
and Alex Van Straaten.
Alfred Stone, president, Miami
Beach Zionist District, announced
that proceeds will go to support
of Zionist projects, including the
ZOA House in Tel Aviv, where
Americans and Israelis will meet
and learn more about each other.
Plans call for a 1500 seat audi-
torium, library, reading rooms,
information service and travelers'
aid facilities.
Catering the event will be
the Continental Caters, Inc.
(kosher).
J3TDrOSRvp
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Capt. Ben-Dror Speaks
Capt. E. M. Ben-Dror addressed
members of the Flagler Granada
Jewish Community Center. Joe
Masters and Herman Feldman
W< re chosen to represent the
group on Federation's recreational
committee. Charles Adelman was
named alternate.
Attending Meet
Gilbert J. Balkin, Florida re-
gional director of the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith. is attending a meetinK ol
the executive committee of the
Florida Federation of B'nai B'rith
Lodges in Gainesville. He will
report on the work of the ADL
and will help to map plans for
the state conclave to be held in
St. Petersburg from April 15-17.

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EDITORIAL
Hrotherhood
The Bible relates that when God saw it was
not good for man to be alone, He gave him a
helpmate, thus divesting Adam of an aloneness
that must have qnawed at his heart and soul.
Here we have the first idea of the unity of man
and symbolically of mankindthrough love. Then
came Cain and Abel, the first brothers. But the
brotherhood that was to be among them melted
away, and when it was gone Cain slew his own
brother and in consequence became a fugitive
and wanderer from Land and Lord.
Thousands of years have passed since the
dissolution of the first bond of brotherhood. But
its lesson is as fresh today as the grass which
softened the path of the first slayer as he left
God's presence for a land beset with shadows.
Man's path since then has been a long and
arduous one. War and pestilence, dissension and
hate, darkness and fearthese have been his lot
because, like Cain, he has been unable to under-
stand that growth and survival are meaningless
even in the most formidable tower if all that
sustains it is aloneness.
Brotherhood is the antithesis of aloneness. Its
essence is sharing. It is a denial of the closed
door and steel wall. It is the warm hand of joy and
the consoling palm. It is the affirmation of the
oneness of man with himself and his environ-
ment. It epitomizes the root and core of human
relations.
Cynics may say, since time and tide have
failed to bring man to the threshold of brotherhood,
there is no hope of man ever attaining that goal.
Perhaps they are right. But if we stop striving,
,MM^RANTa
"I NEED THAT PILLAR"
our problems will be solved by the weapons of
destruction which our civilization is producing
with dazzling rapidity.
German Justice
The acquittal of Wolfgang Hedlerbvo(
court has aroused deep consternation iZ[
the newspapers tell us. But from what J
hitherto read about German mentality ]
not at all surprised at the latest ran!,!
in Naziland.
The charge against Hedler, an avow,
was a simple one. He was accused of
anti-Semitism and neo-Nazism. And th
against him was a speech he himself
last December, justifying the policy, fa]
the method, of exterminating Jews just
they were Jews. To the credit of that m
let it be said that he thought it "wrong" $1
to bring Jews to death in gas chambers,
had his way, he boasted, he would have!
"other means to get rid of them." But
memory of Hitler was so great that hJ
not refrain from injecting that "too much
was being made "about Hitler's barbarism
the Jewish people."
Dr. Kurt Schumacher, of the Social Denm
Party, stated after the verdict that the worl
draw its own conclusions on the "political t
ity of the German people."
The world will draw its own conclusion i
the mentality and morality of the German t
TIiimm' Miaiiiians
IS For Brotii Max Orovitz, Miami Bench
businessman: James LeGati
manager i statii n WIOD; and
Ros e B hi stetter, attorney, re-
el citations Wednesday night
. : u McAllister Hotel for their
contributions toward better hu-
man relations in this area at the
annual Brotherhood banquet
sponsored by the Miami Round
le of the National Conference
-..iSjfians and J. -
Guesl speaki a1 thi affair was
Milton H. Blow, founder and
presidi nl : thi B C mpany
i: New Y irk and one of the
top-rankin tisins
exi .:!:ves.
Dr. H. Franklin Williams, \
: sidenl I L'nivi
ni and n
men of 1 .1 :.
presided at I
ing in the ]
were G
M H W -
K r W K
5 Skoi :
G.enn C, Di J
i de.
Citati n for i tz was n
-: I is fai
tionsi
' -:- ... :
University I Miami an
heeding thi
- in :. nitv
, LeGate was
steady sup]
his vigoi
ternatioi
long and loval
the .J.,.:. i R le of th
Air,'
, Brunstetter's I was foi
his "continui ; e to the
communr.
cated to the heir-
children, to higher education a.icl
to faithful civi
Off the Record
Bv NATHAN ZIPRIN
U. S. State Department
Dismisses Zionist Protest
WASHINGTON. (JTA) The
State Department dismissed the
protest of a delegation of Ameri-
can Zionist leaders with a reitera-
tion of Secretary of State Dean
Acheson's previous statement that
it is desirable for the Arab states
to receive munitions.
The delegation headed by Louis
Lipsky. chairman of the Ameri-
can Zionist Council, spoke with
Raymond A. Hare. Acting Assist-
ant Secretary of State for Near
Eastern Affairs. They talked with
him for 35 minutes, attempting
to point out the threat to Near
Eastern peace represented by the
heavy British arms shipments
.4 LOST GEXERATION .
Look for an open scandel to
break in France over an estimated
300 Jewish children who were
orphaned by the Nazis. All of
them have been converted to
Christianity by their "protectors"
who turned them into slave
laborers as soon as they grew up.
. French authorities have i e.,
advised of the situation and a
promise has been made the matter
would be thoroughly investigated.
. French liberals are dismayed
over the situation and a group
sts and writers is planning
uneh a public campaign for
tnc III th si survivors
of Hitlerdom in the event the
"' nment 1 I take
In fact the
has reached P.
. ind France's First :
' to the
" A it 200 such Ji

verted to C nity by
. .
being t.
:. '' Priest i and man
n th i
One of them, wh
me a pr est, is
>ugh t wn r :
un :ing 7.. >nism and J,
n of the :
Thi
s not much bi
Hun:: Jewish orphai
n n-Jewu mes havi n I
been turned over to the J.
nity despite all efl
----ure their relea.-.- s
Pubhshed every Fndav since 1927
Sixth Street, M.ami 18, Floriaa. En.
5*0 .7 J"0",?-*''" matter July 4.
til" at *he p" Office of Miami
Fla under ,he Aet of March ""'.
thi j.uh,hu- ?:'*"",has absrb
Week I M.ir y. and the -"wish
week.y. Member of the Jewish Ti
Nation*! Ed,tonal Association. Amen
-an Association of Enalish. Jewish
Newspapers, Florida Pre,, Aocia"on
snatching is a doubtful virtue at
all times. ... To indulge in such
practices against a people whose
entire child population has been
murdered by Hitler is an un-
pardonable sin against God and
man. Unless those children
are rescued soon the chance to
save them will be lost forever.
WASHINGTON STORY .
A Washington story of high
Jewish interest was lost in the
shuffle recently. ... It deals with
the Jewish members of Congress
who were made honorary mem-
bers of Congregation Adath Israel.
one of the largest synagogues in
the nation's capital. Some time
ago it occurred to the congrega-
, tion's board that it would be a
good idea to honor the Jewish
j members of both Houses by con-
' ferring honorary membership
I upon them and their spouses. .
No sooner had the decision been
reached than Rabbi Solomon
Metz. spiritual leader of the con-
gregation, initiated the machinery
I to put the plan into effect. .
I Letters went out to all Congress-
men and to Senator Lehman. .'. .
I The acceptances came in with
I baffling speed. When the
' guests arrived at the synagogue
they were merrily cheered by the
more than 1.000 people who came
to participate in the ceremony.
Senator Lehman was a bit late in
arriving and when he came in
and saw his wife sitting on the
platform he rushed over and
kissed her. This of i
brought on a wave of die
After the honorary membeuil
handed their membership i
the senior Jewish memlj
Congress, Sabbath, wascal
address the gathering. .,
bath, who is skirting 85. i,
how he was elected to Cm
forty-four years ago andu.
dream he always cherishcQ
having a "minyan" in C(
... He had the audience lai)
when he said a margin abL
minyan in Congress was tool
for comfort Senator La
brought the audience to in
when he said he hopes to|
frequent visitor to the syu)
. When Congress is enti
and in turmoil these new;
gogue members, we aresunj
seek and find the guiding 1
within the sacred precinctsi
house of worship.
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UJA Caravans. LouUBerrvna94oaiHChairman fr
Allied Jewish raL !. 49 chilrman of the
former prTsfden TtT MSS fHTJ*""
muniiy Council- L m Angeles Jewish Corn-
man If Cuja-s Na1?'Lfart0r' frmer chair" '
(Second row, left to CamPai3 Council. '
Jewish Appal; Samuel H. Daroff. P* m
Philadelphia's Allied Jewish Appeal; -n
Dubinsky. leader of the St. Louis W*1
Fund: Abraham Feinberg, New Yoffc *1
serving as 1950 chairman of the UJA
and Industry Division; E. N. Grueskin.
City, U., 1950 UJA chairman for region j
Jewish Welfare Fund. (Third row.
Joseph Maier. a leading officer of ll
Jewish Appeal of Greater New York;f*
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Luckman. chairman of the board of the .
i_...:.i. .ir,..-- ,l._j .., left to
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Rosenbloom, Pittsburgh, former UJ* ,
chairman; Joseph Shulman. Peterson, "^
chairman of UJA mtropUtan diviswn,
G. Sonneborn. New York, former .
the UJA's National Council; Samu.l w .
Peoria. 111.. 1S50 UJA chairman for iw [
and Julian B. Venexky, Peoria. H- l0""^
national chairman for regions.

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FEBRUARY 24, 1950
+Jewisti fhridi^n
PAGE FIVE
[men's Circle
is Birthday
Ling its 50th year as one
|{ gest Jewish fraternal
the country, the Woik-
rcie |s presenting the
national organiza-
,, Jacob Fishman,
,i lectures on the work
Iroup.
jltloll
to its educational
I i activities, Fisnman
lcmen'8 Circle has
d ; system of fraternal
ind cooperative insur-
ich now covers 70,000
j ni 700 branches
^ui me country, ft has
ci in medical planning,
\ aid, cooperative lite
l nsurance, sanatoria
\_ ___ patients ana oiner
ni .
irjei was also the first to
Xjewisn scnools utilizing
jisn language, the visitor
I v\ oi'Kmen s Circle
L ,,; present a neiworK oi
Lis ui mis Kino tnrougn-
|t. uni y, two oi wnicn are
Miami. Juen urgan-
as me Jewisn Laoor
tee, Yiddish scientific in-
IniAs, uttl'i ana* outers,
man.) sponsored Dy tne
ins i_iicio and nave since
cunsideraoie support
bresent the Workmen's
|is raising lunds tor me
buon a u cultural center
. jewisn woiKers, m-
is, n ogees, cnuaren ana
111 rieeu oi reiugcc anu
L,. iraing io nsnman.
I..........on is aiso uuuaing
Li ana clinic m the wegev
fjsraei ana is participating
Icons ruction oi an enure
1 oi pie-iaorlcaced houses
Inection with the Mor-
and Dutch labor parties.
nan spoke Sunday evening
banquet sponsored by
t>92. Tuesday at the
Speaking Branch 1050,
fednesday at a general
of Bianch 692. This Fri-
ti p.m. he will address
tJ9!) at its lyceum, 1545
Id St.. at a special meeting
|he new Americans, and
evening, he will talk at
leraJ meeting of Branch
Second In Radio Series
To Be Aired March 1
Radio Workshop for Democracy.
a new communitywide dramatic
weekly live radio series on hu-
man relations, will produce "Oc-
cupation Housewife." the second
in this series of programs, on
Wednesday. March 1, at 10:15
p.m. over radio station WMIE.
The actors are Judith Searle.
Ann Nevel, Manfred J. Berliner.
Joanne Bloom. Gertrude Hechler.
Marylin Greenberg and Ann
Abramson.
Mrs. Gertrude Marx serves as
director and Bernard Hutner as
technical adviser. Members of the
coordinating committee are Mrs.
Evelyn Dean, Miss Dorothy Bag-
ley, George Rickett. J. Stewart
Dean and Gilbert J. Balkin.
Jacob Fishman
Hollywood Lodge
To Participate In
Debate Touriiev
North Side Center To
Sponsor Purim Dance
The North Side Jewish Center
Sisterhood will sponsor a Purim
dance at the North Miami Wom-
en's Club, 454 N.E. 58th St.,
Saturday evening, March 4.
Music will be furnished by
! Louis Bentancourt and his or-
Hollywood Lodge. B'nai B'rith.
will participate in the statewide
high school debate contest spon- j chestra. Proceeds will go to the
sored by Sholem Lodge of Miami, j building fund of the congregation,
it was announced by Jerome Mrs. William Rothman is
Weinkle. debate chairman. I chairman of affair. Tickets and
More than 20 lodges in the state I information may be obtained by
of Florida have been invited to calling 3-4093.
announce the contest in their re- i Sisterhood will meet at Salva-
tion Army Hall at 8 p.m. Monday,
February 27.
spective communities and invite
high school teams to participate
in the semi-finals on April 13
and 14. The winning affirmative
and negative team will receive
a one week trip to Washington,
D. C, and their school will gain
possession of the revolving' Jan Peerce, Metropolitan Opera
citizenship trophy for one year, j tenor, who will sing here at the
Peerce Tn Sing
At Beach Center
lerhood Service
Subject of this year's debate is:
"Resolved: That House Resolution
No. 4567 Providing for the
Liberalization of the Displaced
Persons Bill Should Be Enacted
Into Law by Congress."
R(
{Congregation, will be guest
at the North Dade Jewish
13030 West Dixie High-
ii th Miami, Friday at
lh eve services at 8:15.
Banquet To Mark
Yivo Birthday
The Greater Miami Yivo Com-
mittee, which was organized three
years ago for the purpose of ac-
quainting local Jews with the
work of the Yiddish Scientific
Institute, will celebrate the
twenty-fifth anniversary of the
organization at a banquet on Sun-
day, February 26, at 7 p.m. at the
Workmen's Circle Lyceum, 25
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
Leibush Lehrer, secretary of the
T. Crawford, from psychological and pedagogical de-
partment of the institute, will be
guest speaker at the banquet. His
topic will be "Jewish Science and
Its Relation to Jewish Life."
Director of the Yiddish Seminar
Rnsenfeld will conduct the of Teachers, Leibush is author of
s which will honor I a number of books on psychology.
rhood Week. literature and education.
Miami Beach Jewish Center on
Sunday evening. March 5, has
shattered the tradition of an
Italian tenor being solely a
product of Italy.
Peerce, a native New Yorker,
has never been abroad, yet opera
connoisseurs throughout the
country have recognized him as
a master of Italian technique. The
noted "bel canto" expert is now
in his ninth season with the Met-
ropolitan Opera, where he has
established himself as a perennial
favorite since his phenomonal
debut in "La Traviata" in 1941.
Trained entirely in New York,
his career took its turn towards
stardom when Arturo Toscanini
engaged him as tenor soloist in
Beethoven's Chorale Symphony.
S. Husok took him under his
impresarial wing and Peerce be-
came a member of the Metro-
politan.
Peerce's exclusive one night
engagement here is sponsored by
the Sisterhood of the Miami Beach
Jewish Center. Chairman of the
event is Mrs. Ira Cole Walsey.
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Radio Feature Evokes
Community Interest
"Builders of Israel." a special
: feature heard during the Yiddish
1 Classical Hour over station WINZ
I from 1:15 to 1:30 p.m. is arousing
j a great deal of interest, according
j to Morris Nasatir, director of the
| Yiddish hour.
Narrated by Harold Shapiro,
I attorney and Zionist leader, the
feature consists of short human
interest stories of men and women
who dedicated theii lives for the
establishment of a Jewish state.
Shapiro has already related the
biographies of Theodor Herzl, the
i father of political Zionism; Max
: Nordau, his ardent collaborator:
Ahad Ha'am, the spiritual Zionist;
Nahum Sokolow, the cultural
leader; Joseph Trumpeldor. the
warrior: Menachem Ussishkin. the
founder of the Jewish National
Fund; and Henrietta Szold, the
Hadassah leader.
According to Shapiro, future
programs will include biographies
of Louis D. Brandeis. late Justice
of U. S. Supreme Court; Albert
Einstein, world renowned scient-
ist; Chaim Weizmann, president
of Israel; and other leading
Zionists.
T'fereth Israel Ladies
To Hold Purim Fete
Final arrangements have been
made for the first Purim festival
to be sponsored by the Sisterhood
of T'fereth Israel on Sunday, Feb.
26, at 7:30 p.m. at 3350 N.W. 7th
Ave.
Dancing, entertainment, re-
freshments are on the agenda, ac-
cording to Mrs. Louis Kaplan,
chairman of the event.
Reservations mav be made by
calling Mrs. Kaplan, 3010 N.W.
10th Ave.
Highlighting the first annual Beaux Arts Ball sponsored by
the arj and social committees of the Miami Beach YM & YWHA
at the Roney Plaza. February 11 was the colorful costume grand
march at midnight. Pictured are the winners of the award given
lo those whose costumes were DiMI representative of the United
Nations spirit. Dressed in costumes they made themselves are
(1. to r.) Mrs. Ethel Mahler, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Susskind, Susskind
is holding their prise, a certificate entitling the trio to a photograph
portrait donated by Arthur Degutz of Ardmorc Studio.
Reception Honors
Convention Delegate
A reception was given by the
Bialik Branch of the Jewish Na-
tional Workers' Alliance on Sat-
urday night at Kneseth Israel in
honor of Henry Seitlin, who at-
tended the organization's seven-
teenth national conclave. Aaron
Liebman presided.
Participants in the program
were Mrs. Aaron Liebman. who
continued reading from the Ta?
nach; Mrs. Manya Shubow, who
read Sholem Aleichem; Mr.
Chumutz; Cantor L. Chernowitz.
Mr. and Mrs. Cutler and Mr.
and Mrs. Ostroff were hosts.
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+Jelst fkridian
FRIDAY.
FEBRUARY)
Personally Speaking...
Mi. and Mrs. Georqe Wen-shower end Mr. and Mr* Leo
Storch and then respective families o: BrMtji ft ..are
rieitiing here and being entertained ry Mr a.-.a -.:= ..-*
Storch and Ml and Mrs. Rober. Saur.de:; oi Mknni
*
Visiting Harold Shapiro c: Miami Beacn are nil m<
Mn Fannie Shapiro and sister Miss r.rse Shapiro oJ --
waukee Wisconsin.
B
Mr. and Mrt Albert | Hirscb have as ::;: housequesl theii
niece Mitt Fane ::::e: ol Toledo Ohk She will ire here :::
.'.: weeks
* *
Visiting Mr. cr.d Mrs. Samuel Katj 5:: S.W. 22nd Road
r:~ theii daughter Mrs. Scrr.ue: Cohn and theii granddaughtei
A:.::-:::- of Ridgefield N J Mrs Cohn is the former Frances
? ;s6 Kate.
*
Mrs Aaron Rauchbcch c: Newark N .; visiting re:
son-in-law daughter and aranaaauantei Mr an- ...; Leon
rmca and Adele Nsncv .444 S 5th ~-
Miss Pred Pledged
To Gerald Schwartz
* *
Dr Harry Rimer resident physician al Lincoln Hospital
Brom N Y Is visiting with his parents Mr arc Mrs rer arr.r
Rimei 632C Allison ?':;: Miami Beach.
* *
Philadelphians now ::::.:; a: :he De'.ar.o Hotel a:e Ml
arc ?!:= David Friedland who arrived las: wee?: The Fried'
lard; are members :: the Miami Seech family. While here they
a.-e ceir.c entertained bv Mr. arc
rs.
Sam rriediard.
-***
Mrs Saly E Schlesingei mother oi Mrs, Samuel .''
Srundwerg oi ire T.de= Hotel is acair. spending, ire winter
here She .= the mother a: Isaac: Schlesinger, supervisor oi
the .ne= Hotel kitchens. Elaine Ehrenield r.iece oi the Grund-
wergs arc granddaughter :: Mrs. Schlesinger, vacationed here
cei-.veer college semesters Miss Ehrenield is also c niece of
Herman-Mann Nuptials
To Be Held Sunday
Miss Blossom Mann, daughter
of Mrs. Dorothy Mann, 1127 Penn-
sylvania Ave.. Miami Beach, will
become the bride of Harold A.
Herman, son of Mrs. Fannie Her-
man Luken. 849 S.W. 37th Ave..
on Sunday. February 26. at 2
p.m. at Beth Jacob. Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff will read the service.
Immediately following the cere-
a reception will be held at
Jacob social hall.
The bride-elect graduated from
Technical High School with high,
honors. She was editor of the
school newspaper and yearbook.
class valedictorian, president of
the National Honor Society and
member of Quill and Scroll. She
;. n li : t'r.i University i '. Miami.
Mr. Herman is a graduate of
the University of Florida, where
- elected to the university's
Hall of Fame. Active in campus
-. organizations and pub-
ns, he was managing editor
of the newspaper, a member of
Tau Epsilon Phi social fraternity
Delta Chi professional
journalistic fraternity. A navy
veteran, he is now engaged in
public relations work in Miami
. Beach.
ce n Following a short honeymoon.
mentol Miss Felic. J 'he uPle wil1 reside in Miami
, Beach.
Pred Gerald Schwartz s an- _____________________
nts. Mr. andi \njf.> JvPalpr
Mrs David Pred. 1015 W. 46th .,.'. i
Betrothal I old
Jooan Claire
Is ffiide-Elecroi
Ja,es X. Kahn

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St Miami Beach Mr. Schwartz
- n i Mi I Mrs George i M:. and Mrs. Morris B. Kessler.
1929 S'V 21st St !T09 11th St.. Miami Beach, have
Miss Pred is a so] the' announced the engagement of
sity I Miami ring in their daughter. Anita, to Burton
Shi ,-. graduate of J Fink, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Miami B< ti Senioi High School. Irving S. Fink of Bayside. L. I..
Th bi ide-elecl has been a
er it the staff ( the uni-
Mj end Mrs Max Kirscher who rave beer, wintering here for versity's yearbook, the Ibis, i i
many yecrs Sau] arc Moses sons of the Grundwerqs. have two years and is a member of
spenounq cccsicerar.e
irr.e away rrcrr. their school work ^ad *nd, Inckk honorary journal-
._______... ... __._ ___:_-.. ism society. She is secretary of the.
---------r ..........e- --s-eSs Colman A Zwitman chapter of
j, + + B'.-.s: B'rith.
... ___ ,, ... .,. ... ,. ... Mr. Schwartz was graduated
.-... and Mrs. Josepr. ;.ocos .-., ...ic.-.iacr. Ave. Miami|from the University of Miami and
>rk
Zeta
listed
ir. Who's Who ;n American Col-
* leges and Universities.
Mr^&p^^tnti^KdSnM^ "^ ^ T^ ^-P^onoT^^
......: "r- -.;.- s. P.-:-=deiphkt Tr.ey ere owners ership-scholarship fraternity, and
c. -re flroaawood Hotel there. a charter member of Omicron Dei-
^ ta Kappa, national leadership so-
,._ .. ciety. He also belongs to Lead and
Dew to New i ork Fridav niaht rn mton^ tKa Ink. was snorts editor of the
and copy editor
. newspaper, the
Hurricane. He attended Miami
High School and was in the Army
:'. Occupation in Germany for two
.-.:= .-.. Berman Dew to New York Fridav night to attend the Ink' w'as sports
bns :: re: nephew Martin To-back scr. c: Si- and Mis. JoseDh lb,ls. and sporls a
rornoack Sre :e-u:rea re:e Sunday maht.v-. ;: ">e university
N. Y.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Brooklyn College and has attend-
ed the University of Havana and
the University of Miami. She was
a member of the board of di-
rectors of the Miami Beach
chapter of Jr. Hadassah. a Young
Judaea leader and was also af-
filiated with the B'nai B'rith.
During the war Mr. Fink served
with the army for a period of
three years and was stationed in
the European Theatre of Opera-
tions. He attended New York
University and is a member of the
American Legion and the Jewish
War Veterans.
Plans are being made for a
June wedding, and the couple
will reside in New York.
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Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Dnrman
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nounced the engagement of their
daughter. Martha, to Max Harris.
The bride-elect was graduated |
from the University of Miami and I
is a member of Delta Phi Epsilon I
sorority.
Mr. Harris is the son of Mr.!
and Mrs. Louis Harris of Flint. ;
Mich. He is attending the Uni-
versity of Miami, where he is
affiliated with Phi Epsilon Pi
frat) rnity.
The marriage will take place
the early part of June
in Miami Beach.
Joan C. Langntr
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph!
formerly of Miami Be*
nounce the engagement?!
daughter. Joan Claire to J
N. Kahn. of Washington k
Mr. Kahn is the son of all
Mrs. Arthur S. Kahn of I
26th Road.
The bride-elect now a
cf New York City, attends!
ami Beach High School B
State University and wain
uated from the UniverJ
Miami in 1949 At the unni
Miss Langne: was a memii
Alpha Epsilon Phi soronW
Chi. honorary psvchology'f
ernity, the Panhellenic
and a member of the
court at last June's senior
Mr. Kahn. n w associated!
the Hecht Co.. in Washingtul
also graduated from thtl
versity of Miami in 1949. He]
president of Zeta Beta
Fraternity, president of the]
uating class of 1949. vicepm
of Theta Ormicroo P: hm_
fraternity and was eledeffl
membership in Ormicron I
Kappa, honorary leadership!
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Betrothal Announced
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)AY, FEBRUARY 24, 1950
leforew Academy To Hold All-Day
iirim Festival On Wednesday
..iic nf the Hebrew Sugarman. has announced.
The day's activities will com-
+Jewish rhrldian
' PAGE SEVEN
pupils x. .
jemy and its auxiliary will
Id an all-day Purim festival
Wednesday, March 1, in the
all-day Purim festival
"ay, March 1, in the
r.um and playground of
. 'hool, Principal Sol L.
i-y*
m
!iael Simonhoff. ton of Mr.
Mrs. Sam Simonhoff, 5925
th Bayshore Drive, will be-
Bar Milzvah Saturday,
ruary 25, at 10 a.m. at the
Irew Academy, Miami Beach.
young man has been a
^ent at the academy for the
two years. No personal
lations have been issued, but
lives and friends are invited.
d Cross Drive
Open March 1
bp leadership in the 1950 Red
is Fund drive in Dade County
kw completely organized, with
(appointment of three addi-
I chairman, Hiram B. Blakey,
[laign chairman, announced
nay.
aurice "Doc" Klein, Miami
councilman, has accepted
Ichairmarwhip of the Miami
bh Division.
|ein was the organizer and
I president of the Washington
hue Merchants Association,
[has been active in civic af-
l for many years. The goal for
I division has been set at
too.
be advance gifts committee
[be headed by James T. Lari-
race E. Loomis will act as
jan of the Tracks and Jai
Division, whose goal will be
fi start of the campaign
be March 1 when a kick-off
linn will be held in Bayfront
auditorium.
----------------------------.--., TT 111 K.KJIll'-
mence at 10 a.m. when pupils and
guests assemble in masquerade to
see two original musical and
dramatic presentations, which
will be offered by the pupils. The
productions include "The Tree
Speaks to Hamen," written by Mr
and Mrs. Harry Perach, and
Gifts for Purim" written by Mr
and Mrs. Johua Stadlan, to be
given entirely in Hebrew.
At 11 a.m. pupils will compete
for prizes for the most original
costumes which depict various
incidents in the Purim story.
These prizes will be presented by
the members of the women's or-
ganization. An outdoor picnic
lunch will be served.
Following lunch activities will-
center around a carnival. More
than a score of booths will be
erected by the arts and crafts
department of the school. A for-
tune teller from Shushan has ac-
cepted the invitation to be pres-
ent. Pony rides and other outdoor
events will also be included.
Berlin .Sews
Protest Hedler
Acquittal
FRANKFURT, (JTA)-Presi-
dent Theodor Huess and Chan-
cellor Konrad Adenauer this week
received telegrams from the Ber-
lin Jewish Community protesting
"the scandalous verdict" of the
court in Neu-Muenster in ac-
quitting the former Nazi, Wolf-
gang Hedler, of charges of making
an anti-Semitic speech, in which
he supported the Hitler ideal of
"getting rid of Jews."
"This verdict opened the way
to great developments, fostering
anti-Semitism and Nazism," the
protest of the Jewish Community
said. "Grave danger is again con-
fronting the Jewish survivors in
Germany."
The West German press was
this week unanimous in its con-
demnation of the acquittal. The
Bavarian Landtag (state parlia-
ment) also joined in protests
against the verdict. Landtag
president Dr. Georg Stan was ap-
plauded when he said Hedler's
behavior in court reminded him
very much of the manner of
Hitler when he was tried in 1924."
Trade unions here in Kiel called
on all workers in the city to lay
down their tools in protest against
the. acquittal of Wolfang Hedler,
former member of the right-
wing German Party, who was
charged with making an anti-
Semitic speech in which he said
that although the extermination
of Jews in gas chambers might
have been wrong, there were
other ways of getting rid of them.
Birchansky Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of Leo Burchan-
sky, well known Russian-born
artist, will take place Sunday,
February 26, at 2 p.m. at Mt.
Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Max
Shapiro officiating.
Before his death, Mr. Bir-
chansky completed a 14 by 7 feet
mural extolling the wonders of
Greater Miami. The mural is in
the lobby of the Chamber of
Commerce Building.
An unusual monument, depict-
ing a frame and canvas with an
incomplete painting and a photo-
stat of the late artist's signature
has been designed by the artist's
son.
Relatives and ffiends are in-
vited to attend.
fug To Aid
rael Fund
?> C .ldrn, winter visitor from
Mass., has written a
Israel Is Free," copies of
is selling for the benefit
''haim Weizmann's Re-
' >n Fund.
' | >lden, an enthusiastic,
P ed woman, has spent
two years idefatigably
- her catchv composition
nulish, Yiddish and Hebrew.
lid for the publication
I herself and is sending
'":" V collected to Israel.
area, Miss Golden, who
'I 8000 Hawthorn Ave..
r Beach, has enlisted the aid
I Molly Marcus. 259 Wash-
E,AVe- and Mrs. Rose Neben
I' msylvania Ave., Miami
V>'_-. for choral groups may
lp"ined free by contacting
AM LOOKING FOR A
[ A Mrs. Kalin
were married the first
P* in June '49. We were
D^aSSengerE on the Safe
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P honeymoon. We left the
P<> >n Newark, N. J. Anyone
If"",?. tHem '* aSked to
FY them it is important to
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and digestion up to par. Money back
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Kurman Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Isaac
Kurman father of Abe and Moe
Kurman and Mrs. Sally Loeb, will
take place Sunday at 1 p.m. in
Woodlawn Park Cemetery with
Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating.
Relatives and friends are re-
requested to be present.
Temple Israel
Plans Carnival
Temple Israel Religious School
will sponsor an all-day Purim
carnival and bazaar at Kaplan
Hall on Sunday, March 5. All
proceeds will go to the construc-
tion of a school building in
memory of the late Rabbi Colman
A. Zwitman.
Handmade merchandise will be
on sale and there will be a penny
arcade, shooting gallery, fortune
telling booth, fishpond, movies.
In addition, the sisterhood will
operate a booth where food may
be purchased.
Cantor Ganehoff
To King Here
Cantor Maurice Ganehoff, world
renowned liturgical singer, will
chant services at Congregation
Beth Tfilah Friday evening and
Saturday morning, February 24
and 25. He will also give a Maariv
concert at the synagogue on Sun-
day, February 26, at 8:30 p.m.
The cantor, who is a Victor
recording artist, has won acclaim
throughout the United States.
This is the <5antor's first appear-
ance in the Greater Miami area.
Beth Jacob Will
Hold Purim Show
An old fashioned variety show
presenting nationally famous
singing, dancing, comedy and
novelty acts will be presented
Sunday night at the Miami Beach
High School by Congregation
Beth Jacob, according to Dr.
Maurice Klein, chairman of the
affair.
Under the direction of Sid
Weiss, the performance is sched-
uled for 8 o'clock. The occasion
is the 24th annual Purim show
presented by the congregation
since it was founded in 1926.
Tickets are on sale at the
synagogue office. 311 Washington
Ave., or at the office of Dr. Klein,
420 Lincoln Road, and will also
be on sale at the door.
JAS. HALLEY RUBY
Theatre Party Slated
Women of Sholem Lodge will
sponsor a theatre party at the
Music Circus on Wednesday,
March 8. "Rio Rita" will be the
presentation.
Mrs. Milton Wasman is chair-
man of the event. Assisting her
are Mrs. Leonore Curtice and
Mrs. Tina Katz.
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24
Combined Jewish Appeal To Open Mar. 5
Workers Prepare For Vigorous Campaign


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ssigned sp : to l.
,-hen solicitation begins .
ih Mrs. ci ..-- Albert I>ubbli
. i ., i: tppapoi l Jin ^ Hi jal,
> ,n l-'r ledn in. Ml i
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Mrs '. 1 ln
Mr. I >o Max
-. .. mi. Mr* Bel
. Mr* William I: >---
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nd Mr* KavKI i 'ollins,
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Obituaries
BENJAMIN WEIDER
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y morning from the pulpit of Temple Emanu-El of Ft Lauderdale and HoUyw*
,c ? .i-o Protestants Catholics and Jews issued a call for the observance of Brotherhood!
^^p2^2:S^S^(?ST)th.B.* John H. Hanger, minister, of P.,k TN
u.^ufriehi Dr Alexander Brin. Boston educator and editor who was principal speaker at fel
^S2^^Dr^rRXa rabbi of the temple; Father John J. O'Looney. pastor ol \
evening
Anthony's Catholic Church.
David M ami "' '
wnt to rh .-
in.'iii bj the He >Iei hapel,
Alton Road, Miami Beach.
ELEANOR ROSS
,. HHSed IIWII
In week :: a loc i tpltal She In
urvl\ ed by hei husban I Ma
...ii Itudd) I '.iv Id, -' '' '
KM n and Sarah, of Chit W The re-
i wcnl to Cl "......
and interment by the Beach Memorial
Chapel, Alton Road, M in
ABE COHEN
TO, of '41 Ba> Di -. M ami B< < h,
;i.,>secl away this week He Is Bur-
. ,,i \,\ his wlfi Jennie, son Sol,
- stsrs Marj l.i tenstein, I >ele.
n and Rebi i M loi The re-
wen ni to L'niontow n Pa.,
servlcas and Interment bj the.
Memoi al CJi ipel, Alton Road,
Mlani Beai h
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>AY, fEBBUABY 24, 1950
+Jewisti

PAGE NINE
LIVES OF OUR TIMES
FRANK I WEH
>M k, NORMAN tnrf SCR MOOR.
M W HHODA I. SIMON
7ticKEM WILDINGS OF NEW YORK IS A
SMALL OFFICE WLOHGINGTO A HAN
WHO ENTRENCHED HIMSELF PERM*)
NENTLY IN THE HEARTS OfC.CS Y
CONCEIVING & HELPING TO FOUND THE
NATIONAL U.S.0
MR WEIL, A THIRD- GENERATION
NEW YORKER.WAS MRH IN 1894.
SKIPPING THROUGH THE NORMAL
4-YR. HIGH SCHOOL COURSE IN 2%
YRS..HE ENTERED COLUMBIA UNIV.RE
ClUfNKHISIS.MCUEINWS.
TWO YEARTLATER HE RECEDED AN UJ
DEGREE.TOUNG WEIL FOUND AN AFTER
SCHOOL OUTLET FOR HIS ENERGIES
THROUGH CLUI LEAKRSHIPTODAY.HE
HOLDS SCOUTING* HI6HEST AWARD,
THE SILVER IUFFA10.ANP IS A MEMBER
OF THE NAT'l EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
OF THE 0Y SCOOTS OF AMERICA.
ALTHO HE WAS WORKING CLOSELY WITH THE JEWISH WELFARE
IOAAD WHOSE PRESIDENT HE BECAME IN 1940,MR.WEIL DEVOTED HIM-
SELF IMIOAIJ0 THE U&O. UNDER HIS GUIDANCE.THE J.W.B. WHICH RE-
PRESENTED THE JEWISH THE JEWISH COMMUNITY IN ITS RELATION TO
THE WAR XNAVY DEPTHS DURING WARTIME, HAS,DURING THE LAST2/i YAS.
OF PEACE,EXPANDED ITS PROGRAM TO INCLUDE 314 AFFILIATED CENTERS
TO GUIDE OVR YOUTH IN THEIR SOCIAL t, CULTURAL PURSUITS.

IN 1944,MR WEIL WAS APPOWTED IY
COVDEWEV TO THE TEMPORARY STATE
COMMISSION AGAINST DISCRIMINATION
WHICH WROTE THE ANTI-8IAS HjfrjjjN tHL.
WHEN AWARDED THE HIGHEST CIVIL-
IAN HONOR IN IW6.THE MEDAL FOR
MERIT,PRES.TRUMAN WROTE OF WEIL
THAT HE HAD MA DE A SELFLESS,COUR-
AGEOUS X WHOLLY OBJECTIVE CONTRI-
BUTION TO THE WAR Ef FORT t A LASTING
CONTRIBUTION TO THE WELFARE Of THE
NATION.*
THE HEBREW UNION COLLEGE GAVE HIM
AN HONORARY DEGREE Of DHL IN
1945, AND ELECTED HIM A MEMBER
OF THEIR BOARD OF GOVERNORS TWO
YEARS LATER.
TODAY, AT THE AGE OFfft.HE UVEJ WITH HIS WIFE AND
3 SONS IN NEW YORK; MAINTAINS A PRIVATE WIRE FROM
HIS LAW OFFICE TO J W B, AND PREDICTS BIGGER AND
BETTER ACTIVITIES BY THAT ORGANIZATION FOR MEN,
WOMEN AND CHILDREN OF All AGES IN JEWISH COMMUNITIES
THROUGHOUT THE NATION...
|te Of Israel Cabinet To Be Decided,
imier Resents Religious Boycott
[TEL AVIV, Feb. 20 (JTA>The fate of the Israel Cabinet
be decided tomorrow at an extraordinary meeting of the
kinet called today by Premier David Ben Gurion to act on
boycott of Cabinet sessions by three Orthodox Ministers
i are protesting the present situation of religious education
le immigrant camps.
a circular letter sent last night to every member of the'
Zionist
iiihIm'Oii Club
Presents an
111 Yiddish
Program
| WEDNESDAY. MARCH 1
12:15 P.M.
at
MENDELSOHN'S
ILINCOLN MANOR
(Kosher Restaurant)
2 LINCOLN ROAD
Ith the Popular Raconteur
TTY. HAROLD SHAPIRO
Toastmaster
Presiding in Yiddish
Guest Speaker:
LOUIS G. SEGAL
ec. Dir. Jewish National
kers' Alliance. Member
Zionist Action's Com-
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Cabinet, the Premier stressed the
unconditional character of his
summons and insisted that every
Minister, without exception, at-
tend tomorrow's meeting. He i
specifically stated that this meet- }
ing will deal exclusively with
the principle of boycott within
the government and with the at-
titude of the Orthodox Ministers,:
without touching on the sub- i
stance of the religious education
issue.
In a private talk with Moshe
Shapiro, one of the Orthodox
Ministers, the Premier made it
clear that his religious colleagues
could not consider themselves
members of the Cabinet and at
the same time boycott Cabinet
meetings. He emphasized the im-
portance of collective responsi-
bility of the Cabinet, irrespective
of whether certain issues are dis-
agreeable to some Ministers. In
that case, he pointed out. the dis-
satisfied Ministers must either
bow to the majority and continue
to assume joint responsibility, or
resign.
The Israel Premier was re-
ported to have admitted that the
problem of religious education in
the immigrant camps was of
highest importance and warranted
close study. However, he believes
that the problem should be dis-
cussed by the Cabinet and resents
the demonstrative Cabinet boy-
cott by the three members of the
Religious Bloc.
In the circular letter Premier
Ben Gurion clearly emphasized
that if the Orthodox Ministers
fail to attend the Cabinet session,
he will immediately report the
situation to the Parliament and
will request that it take appropri-
ate action. Privately, it was in-
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;'.': n..t supervised and endorsed by the Vaad: .
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ley ars freshly killed and not when thrv are frozen
other information about Kashrulh icall our Director. Rabbi
raft* Rackovsky. 818 Michigan Avenue. Telephone 5-3595.
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dicated that he may ask the Parli-
ament for an immediate vote of
confidence even at the risk of
losing the support of the religious
deputies.
The Premier also said in his
letter that he is negotiating at
present with the General Zionists
and with the Mapam for the
Cabinet, but not at the expense
of the Religious Bloc. He sug-
gested that the Orthodox mem-
bers of the Cabinet introduce in
Parliament a motion of non-con-
fidence rather than boycott Cabi-
net meetings at which questions
of the highest importance to the
state are being discussed.
The members of the Orthodox
Bloc held an emergency meeting
today to decide no further actions
to be taken on the issue of re-
ligious education in the immi-
grants' camps. It was decided at
the meeting to continue the policy
which is now in effect. It was
also decided to send a delegation
to Berl Locker, chairman of the
Jewish Agency executive, to com-
plain about "the aggressive and
discriminatory attitude" of some
of the Agency's officials in the
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY a
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flourishing center of Jewish
social life, if now dead a.- fa. a*
Jewish social activities are con-
cerned. The Jewish population
nas been 'educed to about oOO
famines, all of who are preparing
to leave for Israel. Their desire
to emigrate is intensified by the
that they may eventual^ be
ed to return to the Soviet
Union whence many tk-ct after
the C immunist Revolution.
Most of the Jews in Ha
were well-to-do. Upon emign
-i thev must prop-
erty brhmd. since vi rnmenl
regulations do not permit them
to dispose of the property. Among
tne fj | igrants were the wife
and children t Dr. A. Kaufman,
l-known Zionist leader and
: many y ars president of the
in Jewish Community. Dr.
Kaul in wj s arresi the
day Soviet forces occupied thi
citv. He was sent to Russia for
his illeged "collab irati mism
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*Jmist&r*Mwi
PAGE ELEVEN
ilmost 100 Rabbis Will Receive Semicha
it Yeshiva University Convocation
NEW YORK, N. Y.Almost 100 rabbis, graduates of Yeshiva
liversity's Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theoloqical Seminary, will
ceive their "Semicha" (ordination) formally at a Convocation
be held Sunday, March 12, at 2 p.m. in the Nathan Lamport
[uditorium of the university, Amsterdam Ave. and 186th St.,
York City. Dr. Samuel
Elkin, president of Yeshiva Uni-
rsity'. announced.
Tin exercises, the 13th in the
,jrv of the seminary, will also
t'r'k the 53rd anniversary of the
Ending of the Rabbi Isaac
Ehanan Theological Seminary,
liich was incorporated on March
1897. Since its organization.
charter of the school has been
tquenllv amended by action of
stale" board of regents en-
ng it to add the divisions
Ijcn today comprise Yeshiva
fiversity, the first American
[versify under Jewish auspices.
feshiva University, located at
[sterdam Ave. from 185th to
| at present includes
following units: Rabbi Isaac
Jhanan Theological Seminary;
Imudical Academy High
lools; Teachers Institute;
[hiva College of Liberal Arts
Sciences: Bernard Ravel
kduate School; Harry Fischel
fool fur Higher Jewish Studies;
of Education and Com-
lity Administration; and the
itute of Mathematics.
Belkin said that distin-
thed religious leaders and lay-
are expected to take part in
historic Semicha. the largest
Its kind in the history of Amer-
Jewry, and will be attended
community representatives
all parts of the country,
e 100 rabbis, who finished
studies during the years
7-1950. are occupying pulpits
Hi Maine to Washington, with
York leading all other states.
;rs arc holding positions as
IJOUS teachers, leaders of
'ish youth groups, and di-
rs of Hillel Foundations at
erican colleges. For the grad-
es, this will mark the first
die presentation of their de-
es.
WHAT IS SEMICHA?
femicha is" the traditional con-
ig of rabbinic authority upon
who is qualified by virtue
bholarshlp, piety and integrity
be entrusted with such au-
ity. It dates back to the first
Isfer of the mantle of leader-
from Moses to Joshua as
kd in the Bible.
|And the Lord said unto
ses. take thee Joshua the son
Nun. a man in whom is the
rit. and lay thine hand upon
l: and .set him before Eleazer
and before all the
p ion; and give him a
Irge in their sight ."
I .< 27: 18-20.
is therefore more than
fere diploma of graduation. It
yen more than ordination in
I conventional sense of the
I licha is a particular kind
ordination, it is pecularly
ph. historic, and masoretic in
re Only Orthodox rabbis
th( power to confer Semicha.
men who have consecrated
..v
(render decisions in monetary
disputes) for which he is ordained
(semicha).
As per custom, these exercises
will take place on the anniversary
of the death of Rabbi Isaac
Elchanan Spector. renowned Jew-
ish scholar and saint, in whose
honor the seminary is named.
Since its establishment, the semi-
nary, the oldest and largest Jew-
ish Orthodox seminary in this
country, has graduated more than
400 rabbis, among them are found
distinguished religious leaders
and executives of leading Jewish
national organizations.
RABBI ISAAC ELCHANAN
SPECTOR
Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Spector
was considered the most import-
ant Talmudist of the latter part
of the 19th century. Born inRossi.
province of Grodno. Russia in
1817, he died in Kovno, 1896. He
served as rabbi in several small
towns as well as in Nishvez-
(province of Minsk) and Novo-
grudok, both noted rabbinical
centers; finally in 1864 he was
called to Kovno. where he of-
ficiated until his death.
At an early age he won local
fame as an "iliu," or prodigy. An
indefatigable worker. Spector
steadily became recognized as the
foremost rabbinic authority in
Russia. In 1857 he was the young-
est member of a commission of
rabbis chosen to regulate the
management of the Yeshiva at
Volozhin. Ten years later he
settled a quarrel which broke out
and which threatened to ruin the
Yeshiva at Mir. Twice Spector
visited St. Petersburg to partici-
pate in the conferences held to
consider the situation of the Jews
after the pogroms of 1881. The
name of Rabbi Isaac Elchanan
Spector is memorialized by the
Jews of America through the
great institution in New York
which bears his name.
His tolerance and his fine judg-
ment won him the love and es-
teem of all groups of Jews. In
his decisions he always took the
side of leniency and did all he
could to help those women whose
husbands had left them to emi-
grate to America and who there-
fore were in the status of
Agunoth. He dealt with the
problems of religious observance,
not from the scholastic point of
view, but with regard to actual
living conditions. Thus during the
years 1867-69, when the harvests
were very poor, he allowed Jews
to eat beans and peas during the
Passover week, a permission
which caused great excitement
among the other rabbis. In 1889.
which was a Sabbatical year, he
ruled that the Jewish colonizers
of Palestine might yet cultivate
their crops.
Spector's goal was to unify
Russian Jewry and to bring it
into contact with the Jewry of
classical rabbinical works of the
period. He carried on an extensive
correspondence with the rabbis of
Western Europe, especially with
Samson Raphael Hirsch.
Yeshiva University, the largest
institution of its kind in the
world, has an enrollment of more
than 1.500 students from all parts
of the world. The university con-
fers some fifteen different degrees
and diplomas and has pioneered
in developing an educational sys-
tem which is both unique and
effective.
Currently, the university is en-
gaged in an extensive campaign
to develop a non-sectarian Med-
ical School as an integral unit of
the university.
Denver Home Group
Will Hold Luncheon
Greater Miami Chapter of the
National Home for Jewish Chil-
dren at Denver will hold its an-
nual donor luncheon Tuesday,
February 28. at 12 noon at the
Five O'clock Club.
Honor guests will be Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Simon, who donated
the Daniel L. Simon Building in
Denver, only building in this
country which is constructed so
that it is entirely dust-free and
pollen-free.
Two principal speakers will be
Miss Rose Goldish, executive di-
rector of the New York chapter
of the home, and Mrs. Jack
New Feature Added
The second installment of a new
monthly feature called "Every-
body Does It" will be held at the
AVC Freedom House on Sunday,
February 26. at 8:30 p.m. The
program, which includes reading
aloud under the leadership of
Professors Fred Koch. Jr.. and
Sam Hirsch of the University of
Miami, will include Jeannette
Miller, Boris Pritcher, Lew
Tenierielle and Stanley Burns.
Albert, an executive officer of
the national organization.
Reservations may be made by
calling Mrs. Albert Dubler or
' Mrs. Gisela Newlander.
res to the promulgation of I Western Europe. He supported
entire communities that had been
ruined by conflagrations or other
misfortunes. He organized a num-
ber of Yeshivas and aided the
colonization of Palestine. When
famine prevailed, he raised large
sums of money with the aid of
his friends in Western Europe.
During the Franco-Prussian War
(1870-71) he organized a relief
program for the Jewish commun-
ity of Strasbourg, and in 1872
similar aid to the Jews of Persia.
It was at his suggestion that
Samson Raphael Hirsch delivered
to Count Pahlen, head of the
committee to investigate the legal
status of the Jews of Russia, a
memorandum in German which
explained the relation of the
Talmud to Judaism and the social
outlook of the adherents of that
faith. He aided Dembo In his
endeavors to maintain ritual
|h Judaism and who dedicated
s to the intensive and
tudy of Talmud and
[sli law, may qualify to re-
Si tnicha.
icha is what distinguishes
lox rabbi from others.
the 'musmach" may proper-
Uswei "she-ailos" (question
(wish law).
iicha is the link that binds
JOrthodox rabbi of today to
unbroken and continuous
Of rabbinic tradition which
with Sinai.
[medieval and modern times,
kation. usually in writing has
[granted by individual rabbis
ay heads of Yeshivas for the
l'ng reasons: First to show
the one ordained is suf-
Itly versed in the intricacies
e law to be able to render
^s his teaches's permission
h reshuth).
crux of the written
lation is that the ordained
pe.u-ned from or has been
fined by the ordainer, who
him worthy to "Yoreh
?rc> nder decions in ritual
and to "Yadin Yadin"
rit-itii, j ------,,, :------r, enaeavors 10 nuuoiwu n*uu
.hi Z% dec,si?s (Hattarath slaughtering (Shehitah) in Russia
">). and secondly,*o observe
'junction which prohibits a
ii-om giving decisions in the
w of his teacher unless he
and Western Europe.
Spector was an outstanding
Talmudist, combining sober judg-
ment with simplicity and lucidity
df method. Before he would
answer a question, he would study
all the literature on the subject
and the history of its origin.
His literary production was re-
markable. He wrote Beer Yitzhak
(Konigsberg, 1858), Nahal Yitz-
hak (2 parts, 1872-74) and En
Yitzhak (1869-95) all of them
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+JBB&tkg*m*tl
PAGE THIRTEEN
Between You and Me"
[V.
By BORIS SMOLAR
.'opynght, 1948, Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Inc.)
[EL AFFAIRS:
that Jerusalem has prac-
been proclaimed the
, f Israel in a resolution
jj, | by the Israel govern-
I, the parliament, it can
I, A that the decision to
rerusalem was not taken
u Cabinet ... It was
i ,. of a short but serious
i the government .
i Ben Gurion had
..ted a return to
.; other Cabinet
ted The three
jters and Dov
r of Supply, were
. ing from Tel Aviv
of Finance Eliozer
n
lys
B
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b
R
E
i
j.
.
In
sed it on economy
Minister of Justice
advised caution
which the Soviet
i d at the United
-ting on the inter-
n if Jerusalem has
ity into what had
:ig time a heavy
I :n Israel-Comin-
ns Israel's policy
I, t ward the East has,
"; : the hostile Russian
, i.splaced by a con-
i im to attack and
i The period of
; -walking between
'.'.' is now over in
no one except the
is very sorry about
Russia has thus lost
i idwill in Israel.
deal of official friend-
I not gain the good-
A.ab governments she
. These governments
r he pro-Russian and in
...nuing as before to
rms from the West.
-
V AFFAIRS:
-i xisting need for a book
artists has now been
illi The Philosophical
I n New York has pub-
volume. "Jewish Artists
I and- 20th Centuries."
duates the contribution
; by Jewish painters
: rs of international
. The author. Karl
is best qualified to
a book because he is
few historians there is
art ... He was the
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ny and is now the head
Aviv Art Museum .
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find here chapters on Moritz
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Jozef Israels and Mauricv Gott-
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Amedeo Modigliana. Samuel
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Joseph Schatz and Henry Glicen-
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Chaim Soutine There is also
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I Abraham Walkowitz. Louis Lozo-
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is devoted *o modern artists now
living in Israel.
Letters To The Editor
DOMESTIC AFFAIRS:
A. B. Glazerof of New York
recently contributed S2.000 to the
Jewish Morning Journal for tr.e
Israeli Children's Fund. The
money was given in memory of
his son, above, a student al the
now going on in all maj
organizations in this country .
Staffs are being reduced and;
projects are being curtailed .
The Joint Distribution Committee.
the American Jewish Committee
and a number of other organiza-
tions have eliminated from their
programs a number of publica-
tion which they published, or
planned to publish The JDC
has also closed its regional offices
in Cleveland Chicago and Los
Angeles, thus reducing the per-
sonnel of its Department of
Community Service and Informa-
tion The American Zionist
Council and the ZOA are similarly
losing members of their staffs .
The United Service for New-
Americans is contemplating a
drastic reduction in its staff .
The American Jewish Congress
and the office of the World Jewish
Congress long ago undertook staff
reductions ... In the JDC. the 40
staff members of the Community
Service Department .and the
Publicity Department have been
Unirersity of Miami, who was
enchment is killed while figh^n Italy The I -; ^ ^^ Jew
najor Jewish young man. 19 years old at the | partic.pa!e in the ho,v cauje
young
time of his death, was a squad
leader in the Army. His remains,
recently returned from Italy,
were interred in Beth El ceme-
tery in New Jersey on January
19. Services were held in Tremont
Temple, Bronx.
Dear Sir:
In 1901. great visionaries or-
ganized the Jewish National
Fund, whose aim was and is to
acquire land m Israel (then
Palestine'. Until recently, land
was acquired from non-Jewish
owners from time to time as it i
was obtainable and money avail- ]
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a providential situation. Thous- j
ands of Arabs have fled the land
of Israel and. although not res -
dents of the state, are neverthe-
less, the rightful owners of most'
of the land of Israel. The lands |
are held in custody by the Israel:'
government. Our people have at
no time acquired any of their
ssessions in Palestine with ...
.: snd. under no cir-
...r.ees. will they attempt to
now. If that land is to be
used by the d:>; harassed
I and penniless Jews wf the DP
I camps and Yemen, the Jews of
the world must produce the funds
. which to acquire it.
. On Feoruary 25 and 26. the
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Greater Miami is having T.ij.
to
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in places of amusement, when
you see anyone with the Jewish
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pass him by. A dollar bill will
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but will do a great deal to help
buy the land for those who will
live on it and cultivate it.
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tration.
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Balkin will v m nsl I
of films,
lion rdings ai
I materials f : ivanc ing
human relati ns
ii- w ill sh '. thi I6mn
f:lrr "Boundary Lines" 35mn
strip "None So Blind." and will
play the recordings "Little Songs
on Big Subjects," Songs of
Fr:endsh;p"' and "Little Songs
About U. N." and the radio
transcription "Seasonal Timber"
in the "Lest We ForgetStories
To Remember" series.
Vacancies Filled
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Elections to fill vacancies in
leadership of the Hollywood B'nai
B'rith Youth Organization were
held last week. Named to office
were Barbara Samuels, recording
secretary; Marilyn Fosman, cor-
responding secretary; Esther Zinn.
treasurer: Sid Simon, sergeant-
at-arms.
Selected to represent the group
in the Queen Esther contest
sponsored by the Broward
County Jewish War Veterans
were Sheilah Bohrer. Isabel
Cohen. Maxine Diamond. Marilyn
.- sman, Dorothy McCloskey, Bar-
bara Samuels and Esther Zinn.
Miami Beach Chamber
Sponsors Slogan Contest
Slogan writers and people handy
at turning a neat phrase are being
d an opportunity to win
S100 in cash and other valuable
prizes m a slogan contest spon-
sored by the Miami Beach Cham-
ber of Commerce. The winning
in is being sought for use in
'. ti n with the 35th anni-
>t the city of Miami
which will be celebrated
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st iry of a Je-.v:sr. student .-.-
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for the period .:'
. ally, in the end, the con-
clusion is that "it's Hard to Be
a Jew."
Although it was dificult to ac-
cept a young man's role being j
played by an actress, the entire
company excelled in their per-,
formance. The high points in the
production were the toast offered
by David Shapiro, portrayed by
Maurice Schwartz, when he called
for the fulfillment of Isaiah's
prophecy for peace on earth and,
the stirring rebuke given by his
daughter, played by Charlotte |
Goldstein, to one of the students
who advocated assimilation as the !
way out of the Jews' dilemna. '
Bertha Gerstein, in the role of I
Sarah. David's wife, was a real-
istic prototype of the old-
fashioned Jewish mother. As Ivan
Ivanov. the Gentile student, and
Samuel Schneirson. his Jewish
buddy, Anatole Winogradoff and
Gustav Berger. seemed somewhat
mature for their roles but. never-
theless, performed admirablv.
M.S.M.
_^_ Pioneer Women
Hold Donor
Council of Pioneer Women of
Greater Miami held its eleventh
annual donor dinner on Sunday
at Mendelsohn's Lincoln Manor
with Mrs. Rosemary Gerson Kap-
lan, president, presiding.
Mrs. Israel Goldstein, national
sident of the organization, who
flew down especially for the
nt. was principal speaker. She
ke at length of the work of the
M latzat Hapoalot. Pioneer Wom-
en's sister organization in Israel.
On the program with Mrs.
Goldstein were Mrs. Max Shapiro,
Mrs. Sol Kamin, Rabbi Leon
Kronish and Mrs. Kaplan, who
rendered the musical portion of
the program.
Be-iard Pallant
Pallanl Opens
Insurance Agency
Bernard Pallant. a veteran ol
15 years experience in the insur-
ance field, announces the opening
of the Pallant Insurance Agency,
Insurance Exchange Building, 901
N.E. 2nd Ave.. room 401.
The new enterprise handles all
lines of business and personal
insurance, according to Pallant.
who has operatea agencies in
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City.
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in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
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+Je*lst>noricUajn
PAGE FIFTEEN
"
L^l Banks Had
V* Earning Year
,,rn, their first full year
I Israel government the
II owned by the Palestine
. Corporation had the
1 ning records in their
I nnouncement was made
r | Seiffer. secretary of
ration, prior to his de-
ter Israel today on an
, tour of-PEC's varied
stmentQ.
ecord of our Palestine
e & Savings Bank, Ltd..
,1 Bank of Cooperative
in Palestine. Ltd., is
00f of the cooperation
government is extend-
;.jvate investors," Seiffer
n
{.,.,. 1 bank's net profit before
,,. s 1L 52.000 as compared
[,[ 000 in 1948. In addition
.,,', "usual 4'; dividend on its
" B" Stock, the bank paid
.holders an IL 30,000
[-vidend.
b net profit of IL 11,411
[,.. ainst IL 8928 in 1948.
[c laring a 6'i dividend
L !,, a 4'; one last year..
fa .mts first mortgage
ling settlers to build
k', Seiffer explained, while
,. iank has financed tens
iltural settlements and
L .,-. During the entire
[,' ntury of its operations,
|S] never had a fore-
BU1 (
lion to its banking activi-
PEC, which was founded
[j_ has participated in such
as land development
manufacture of potash,
s, plastics and textiles.
Herbert H. Lehman is
chairman, and Robert
- board chairman.
Mrs. Becker, Talianoff t
Will Address B & P Unit '
Mrs. Beverly Becker, vice pres- i
ident of the B'nai B'rith Women's
District No. 5 and George J.
Talianoff, membership chairman
for Greater Miami, will be
principal speakers at a member-
ship award meeting sponsored by
Emma Lazarus Chapter Business
and Professional Women of B'nai
B'rith on Tuesday. February 28.
at 8:15 p.m. at the Netherlands
Hotel Coffee Shop.
Highlight of the evening will
be membership awards by drive
chairman. Miss Miriam Goldstein,
to top membership workers. The
sound films 'One People" and
"Songs of Friendship" will be
shown.
Assisting Miss Goldstein with
arrangement will be Paula Horo-
witz. Vivian Schiffer and Dorothy
Rader. Reports will be made by
president, Dorothy Rader on a
proposed Americanism program
scheduled for March.
Beaeh Zionists
To Hear Segal
Louis G. Segal, executive di-
rector of the Jewish National
Workers' Alliance and member ol
the Actions Committee of the
World Zionist Congress, who jusi
returned from Israel will be the
guest speaker at the Luncheon
Club of the Miami Beach Zionist
District on Wednesday. March 1.
elebrate Child's Day
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rvance of World Jewish
. the children of Con-
n Beth El presented a
program on Sunday. Feb.
7:30 p.m. in the Dora
Memorial Hall.
. pating were Dolores
'. Phyllis Pearl, Mickey
Doris Shaberman, Lynn
a, Cvnthia Goldberg. Bar-
: .ley". "Frances Sternshein.
hevsky, Arlene Hirsch.
nd, Bernard Weiner.
Sachs, Mina Iscivitz.
Stanley Chertkof,
. Stephanie Glad-
( i Polin. Joe Zipper.
Monroe Aleehman.
n, Robert Apfel.
mi g, Larry Apfel
iord Balber.
lVali U\r\ In
lianee Production
Marion Malakoff. daughter of i
Mr. and Mrs. Milton S. Malakoff!
of 735 84th St., Miami Beach.
I recently participated in an im- \
. portant modern dance production
at Reed College. Marion, who has
been active in the drama and
dance departments- since she
i entered Reed in 1948. did much of
; the choreography in the original
I production, as well as the actual
I dancing.
The Quest, the college weekly.
has also occupied Marion's time.
She did the paper's rewriting and ;
covered various news events of j
college interest. Now working in
the college public relations |
i offices. Marion is a graduate of
' Miami Senior High School and
is planning to major in social 1
sciences.
Person Sought
Information is being sought of
William Brams on behalf of his
wife and minor daughter with
whom he has failed to com-
municate or contribute toward
.heir support since his disappear-
ince from home in August. 1947, j
as a result of which his wife is
j currently most anxious to obtain ,
' contact with him in order to
j learn of his iuture intentions i
regarding herself and the child.
Mr. Brams was born in New York
on November 27. 1912. He is 5
ft. 8 in. tall, weighs 132 pounds,
has black hair (partly bald),
brown eyes, his right arm is
shorter than his left and same
cannot be raised above the elbow.
He is a clerk in a jewelry store
.and a watchmaker by occupation.
, Anyone aware of his location is
requested to communicate with
the National Desertion Bureau,
105 Nassau St.. New York 7, New-
York.
I inioii To Appear
Here Feb. 27
Jose Limon, who has been
called "the finest male dancer of
his time." will be seen here Feb-
ruary 27 under the auspices of the
Miami Beach YM & WHA Com-
munity Concert Series.
The repertory includes works
bv Limon and by Doris Hum-
phrey, modern choreographer,
who is also artistic director for
the company.
Featured guest artist with the
company is Pauline Koner, who
has always headed her own
company but recently joined
forces with the Limon Company
and appeared with them in the
second annual American dance
festival at New London. Conn..
last summer.
The company, made up entirely
of featured soloists, includes, in
addition to Limon and Pauline
Koner. Lucas Hoving. Betty Jones
and Ruth Currier.
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erg discussed the
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ind their effect on the
devel 'pment of the
child. Mrs. Alfred M.
president of Beth
PTA. served as chairman.
Louis Segal
at 12:15 p.m. at Mendelsohn's
Lincoln Marror. 2 Lincoln Road.
The program will be conducted
entirely in Yiddish.
Toastmaster will be Harold
Shapiro and Zionist news will be (
reported in Yiddish by Jacob C. (
Fishman.
Guest of honor will be Dr.
Z. I. Sabshin. author of several
books of Yiddish poems.
Assisting will be Da ael M.
Broad. Paul Eisman and J.
Goldstein.
Segal will be guest of honor at
a reception to be held Saturday.
Februarv 25. at 8:30 p.m. at
Mendelsohn's Lincoln Manor
under the auspices of the Greater
Miami Branches of the Jewish
National Workers' Alliance and
a tourist committee.
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>.-nii's Advisors
Mount Canaan Academy,
U school in Israel foi Ami n
im tents, this wet k ann ;'> "'i the
f* Tjation- b! a urriculum ad-
vi iry committi e, which ini
:.{, umj igures
ill the 1;. Id of Ji wish
A the L'niti I SI l
v|i tci has nn t and
In
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liide Dr. Isn i I Chi]
Mbshe Davis. 0 Simon G
Dr. Leo Hon Dr l
Janow sky. Dr. Max K in, Dr.
'; Kaplan. Rabbi A I
.-Id, Rabbi Joseph H. I. -
and Albert Schoolman.
Iii the meantime, Louis J.
Sttwefel, founder and organizer
. f "the school, is in Israel esl
lirtmg a .-:milar body then
in p ised of educators and youth
1 .aiders. I
Mount Canaan is a non-political
aoa nor.-protit school ;' >r
:rteh and women of coll
It Offers a course of si es de- j
.-;gned "to prepare young people
for a full and meaningful life in j
the American Jewish community."
Because of the limited enrollment,
preliminary application forms are
now being accepted by I
demy. Descriptive leaflet is avail-
able upon request addressed to
the American office of the
academy at room 2100, 41 East
42nd St.. New York 17. N. Y.
Lj'lyvi i
;>in iii
Boac*li A.K Will
Hear I tiinlin.iii
The Miami Beach Chapter of
the American Jewish Congress
will feature David Lemclmnn.
member of the War Crimes
Branch of the U. S. Army, as
guest speaker at its membership
j meeting on Monday, February 27,
; at 1 p.m.. at the Shore Club Hotel.
Lemelman's topic will be: "The
, American Denazification Program
I Since the War Crimes Trials."
In addition, members of the
chapter will participate in a
Bdramatic pn nl in dealing
with the need to adopt the
"-.Genocide Convention which out-
laws mass murder. Mrs. Samuel
, Berlin will direct.
\,ir I nit Open
To Men. Women
The Greater Miami Chapter of
the American Jewish Congress,
General Division, of which Fred-
erick S. Grossberg is chairman.
become a mens and
r,\ organization at its mem-
ting Monday.
The group is actively interested
i mployment discrimintlon,
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jjfkin Unveiling
[The dedication of a monument
the memory of the late Rose
iifkin formerly of 2550 S.W.
fcth St.. will take place Sunday
\ n a.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery
iith Rabbi Morris Skop officiat-
Mrs. Rifkin is survived by
br husband, two sons, one
lughter and three grandchildren.
rrangements are in charge of
hlmer's Miami Monument Com-
kny- Friends and relatives are
Eked to attend.
fate Unveiling
["The dedication of a monument
s the memory of the late Eliza-
feth Katz. 2291 S.W. 7th St., will
tke place Sunday at 2 p.m. at
t. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi
jurrav Grauer officiating. Mrs.
latz is survived by her husband
lamuel. Arrangements are in
Jiarge of Palmer's Miami Monu-
ment Company. Friends and rela-
|ves are asked to attend.
Sylvia Kroland
[The dedication of a monument
t the memory of the late Sylvia
troland. formerly of the Copley
flaza Hotel, will be held Sunday
It 1 p.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery
|ith Rabbi Murray Grauer of-
Iciating. Arrangements are in
Barge i>f Palmer's Miami Monu-
ment Company. Friends and rela-
ives arc asked to attend the
Inverting which was formerly
Cheduli'd for February 12.
folf Unveiling
Dedication of a monument to
he memory of the late Mrs.
Itachcl Wolf will take place
fhursday, February 23, at one
I'clock at Woodlawji Cemetery
jrith Rabbi Max Shapiro officiat-
ng. Arrangements are in charge
Palmer's Miami Monument
Company. Friends and relatives
Ire asked to attend.
+JewlsM*>r*Uari
PAGE SEVENTEEN
w Off the Record
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
To Hold Dessert Tea
The Deborah Tuberculosis So-
ciety Greater Miami Chapter will
kold its annual dessert tea for the
unen fund at the home of Mrs.
Kidney Ginsburg, 6341 Allison
Road. Allison Island, Miami Beach
in Wednesday, March 1, at 1
b.m. Mrs. Anna Miner is chairman
kith Mrs. Sara Holland, co-
thairman.
Lee To Star In Drama
Canada Lee, noted stage and
Icreen actor, stars in "The Story
pf George Washington Carver,"
yie latest episode in the "Lest
f!e ForgetThese Great Ameri-
ans" series to be heard Saturday,
February 25, at 5 p.m. over sta-
tion WVCG, Coral Gables.
Participants in the 16-minute
live panel discussion to follow the
transcription of Dr. Carver's life,
Vill be: Herbert L. Blume, Miami
Attorney, who will serve as
noderator; Mrs. F. S. Tucker,
[rincipal, George Washington
jarver High School; the Rev.
Edward T. Graham, Mt. Zion
Baptist Church; and Dr. Carl
Tebeau. department of chemistry,
Jniversity of Miami.
rorum Subject Listed
"The Future of Miami" will be
Ihe subject for discussion at the
liami Jewish Community Center
orum series on Monday Feb-
j; * Mrs. V. Verrick, Commissioner
Mute Bandel and Prof. Reinhold
wo'lf of the University of
lann
FROM MANY CORNERS .
The merger of the Hebrew
University and the Weizmann
Institute of Science is limited, at
least for the present, only to joint
fund raising and cooperation on
the scientific level The press
was not invited to the session
at which the disclosure was made
at the insistence of Professor Ein-
stein ... On the day the story
broke President Truman an-
nounced approval of the hydrogen
bomb Einstein was reluctant
to face newspapermen lest he be
questioned by reporters on his
attitude toward the new instru-
ment of death The American
Friends of the Hebrew University
will continue functioning But
it will not raise funds Look
for an early announcement dis-
closing the merger of the Pales-
tine Economic Corporation with
the London body of the same
name Jewish financial circles
here were quite pleased with the
JNF Tag Days Set
For Feb. 25,26
The evening of Saturday, Feb-
ruary 25, and all day Sunday,
February 26, have been designated
tag days for the Jewish National
Fund in its special effort to col-
lect money for the purchase of
land in Israel, according to Leon
J. Ell, chairman of the JNF
Council of Greater Miami. Over
500 volunteers are expected to
bear the Jewish National Fund
blue boxes throughout the streets
of Miami and Miami Beach.
The JNF Council ol Greater
Miami with offices at 235 Lincoln
Road, Miami Beach, Ell said, is
an organization consisting of
representatives of the Pioneer
Women's Organization, Hadassah,
Mizrachi, the Zionist Organization
the Uewish National Workers'
Alliance and Masada.
"The Jewish National Fund,"
he explained, 'is an inter-'
national organization established i
for the purpose of raising funds'
With which to acquire land and j
to reforestate the barren hills and :
swampy valleys in Palestine, now
Israel. The monies collected
through the Jewish National Fund
are used primarily for the pur- j
chase of land for the dispossessed ,
and harassed Jews of the world.
'rfWWW*^\-<
news that Israel was embarking
on a strong policy aimed at at-
tracting private investors from
abroad However some de-
plored the fact that they had not *..= .Uuau. **. ui mm
lion0 r,Cf0,JhUlted n *'hC, P?omu,Sa- financing of B'nai B'rith Youth
If nai B'rith
Council To Meet
The B'nai B'rith Council of
Greater Miami will hold its
monthly meeting on Thursday,
March 2 at the council offices,
330 Seybold Bldg., it is announced
by C. R. Jacobson, executive di-
rector.
The council will discuss the
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lion ol the new regulations .
Sixty-eight Jews are running for
Parliament in the forthcoming
British elections Most of them,
38, are on the slate of the Labor
Party, 10 on the Liberal Party
ticket, 9 are Communists, 5 on
the Conservative ticket and six
on various smaller parties.
Orchid Show Set
For Feb. 24-27
One of the world's biggest
orchid events, the Sixth Inter-
national Orchid Show, will be on
view at Bayfront Park Audi
torium, Miami, Friday through
Monday, Feb. 24-27.
Some 50,000 rare and exotic
orchids valued at one-half million
dollars will be on display at the
affair, which is staged by the
South Florida Orchid Societv
under the chairmanship of LeRov
Owen of Miami.
Bayfront Park auditorium will
be transformed into a giant |,
jungle garden, with the central
display a 2o-foo; waterfall
higher than any other in Florida '
surrounded by a pool, bridges,
tall palms, tropical vegetation
and, of course, hundred of varie-
ties of the regal orchid.
Commercial and amateur grow-
ers from all sections of the United
States and from as far away as" J
France, Hawaii, Jamaica and
several South American countries^
will be represented at the show,
exhibiting orchids ranging from a
single valuable bloom or unusual:
corsage up to elaborate assem-l
blages of massed flowers.
The showwhich bears the
slogan "Beauty to Remember"!
will be open from 3 p.m. to 10
p.m. on Friday, and from 10 a.m.,
to 10 p.m. on Saturday, Sunday
and Monday.
Organization program in the
South Florida area. A report will
be heard on "The Mikado" pro-
duction presented by Hillel
students to raise funds for a
building program at the Uni-
versity of Miami and plans will
be mapped for extending the
council'6 full support to the
project.
President George Bertman has
extended an invitation to new
presidents of all B'nai B'rith
lodges and women's chapters to
attend the meeting.
A report will be made on the
forthcoming convention of Florida
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FRIDAY, FEBRUabv
77/ Say...
When Washington became President he was
deluged with congratulatory missives. Letters 1 on
Synagogues reveal an affection, a .reverence that
borders on adoration. His famous "to bigotr> no
sanction" answer to the Newport **%e*
more than the gracious courtesy of an 18th centui >
gentleman. The first President goes out ofJUS wa>
to stress the right of Jews to all privileges in the
free New Republic.
Jewish Participants
The extent of Jewish participation in the struggle
for liberty is not generally known. Col. Isaac Pranks
Washington's confidential aid-de-camp, On hi,
militarv staff were Maj. Benjamin Nones, Maj. D*\.a
S. Franks, and Maj. Manuel Noah, ttaeya*
tempted to plant a Zionist state near Buffalo The
CominVnder-in-Chiers relations with Haym Solomon
were more than cordial. A guest at the homes of
Michael Hart of Easton. Pa., of Momi tajes of
V, wport of Col Franks of Germantown. Washing
was In position to evaluate Jewish aid during tne
t Is of the war.
Francis Salvador
Among the colonials was a newcomer, who early
n the struggle gave his life for the cause of liberty.
In 1773. Francis Salvador landed at Charleston. In
London he had lived in affluence with his wife and
..; children Nephew and son-in-law .if Joseph
Salvador, one of the rich Jewish financiers of
England.' Francis frequented the exchange, the
theatres, and the coffee houses, wearing a velvet
. .at. powdered wig. silk stockings, embroidered
Shirt, and silver buckles on his low cut shoes. But
his uncle met with financial es. There was
nothing left beyond 100,000 acres of good soil in
S llth Carolina.
hi South Carolina
Francis "bought" 6000 acres from his uncle for
then exorbitant price of 8000 pounds. He the:. -
e had to cross the ocean to look after his invest-
George Washington And Francis Salvador
By HAMRY SMONHOFT
holdings. In South round seethjng with
received by ^""^"^VSed their calm recital
revolutionary sent ments He -note ; ing from
VZXgove.SnM^ng^d. Seething within
Ind
to
these wholesome.
determined
and were
S3Saae3ErM
now
jives.
^-asjrj'asaft'a* **>
g : SSZ&SSS
Calhoun and John Gervais.
His Civilian Labors ,..,...Hnr
A< the independent state was set up. Salvador
: appointed a commissioner to sign and stamp the
new currency. His knowledge of finance came in
handy for the new state in dire need of funds. He
kept down salaries, helped to reorganize the courts,
vded in the selection of magistrates, reported as to
proper election districts and manager to receive the
votes of the electors. He took an active part in
drafting the state constitution, which proclaimed
the si m from England before Jefferson wrote
his Declaration of Independence.
His Military Services
As soon as the Congress adjourned. Salvador be-
came active on the frontier near his plantation at
Coronaca. His task was to keep close watch on the
ians and the white colonials who rem*
England. He caused the arrest of the
Patrick Cunningham and was connected u).k
Tory's cause celebre which aroused the whi
William Drayton, now Chief Justice, lived t *'
dor's home and directed the defense aea "
perilous combination of Indians and Tori
for attack on the loyal settlements.
When the Cherokees finally struck. Mai Wu
and Salvador took command. Th.> fromil,
virtually on fire. Salvador urged Pies. John Run'
to send reinforcements of men and aims His ?3
as to strategy and high command was resDcrtSr
the Capital and in military headquarters Fi^'
the Indfans was not the most difficult i0'b it i
all the diplomacy of Maj. Williamson and Fv>
Salvador to hold in check the undisciplined nW
men, bursting with rugged individualism.
His Death
With a force of 1200 men, Salvador ureed
all-out attack against Indians and Tories 0*.'
night of July 31, 1776. the little army proceeded,
the. silence of the moonless nigm Suddenk"
fusillade of shots poured from behind bushes iL'
and fences. The Americans were ambushed Mm]
Williamson had forded the Keowet River'rfj
detachment, and Salvador was at the head of i
company. With the first volley. Salvador $J
heavily in his saddle. The Indians closed in oni
sides, but the militia soon repulsed them. Willamj
found Salvador lying in a bush, scalped but
alive. He asked whether the enemy was beata
"Yes," was the answer. He shook* Williamson's!
said farewell, and died in his 38th y. ar.
George Washington never met Francis Salva*
But he must have heard of him. Was it n
incidental that caused the First President to
"May the Children of the stock of Abraham"
dwell in this land, continue to merit and enjovi
good will of the other inhabitants, while evervi,
shall sit in safety under his own vine and fig'tj
and there shall be none to make him afraid."
Ablin, Wien To Be Guests Tropical I'liil To
Hoar Loinolnian
Jack Ablin and Leonard Wien,
bers : thi Mount Sinai Hos-
pital board of trustees, will be
ts at a meeting of the I
of directors of the women's
nary on Friday. February 24.
at 1:30 p.m. at the presidential
nansion on the hospital grounds.
JAN
PEERCE
METROPOLITAN OPERA TENOR
APPEARING ONE NIGHT 0NLT
SUNDAY
MARCH 58.15 P.M.
A Miami attorney who was
instrumental in prosecuting major
Nazi war criminals will be guest
speaker at an open meeting of
Tropical Lodge. B'nai B'rith, on
Monday. February 27. at 8:15 p.m..
at the Miami Beach Y.
David Lemelman. formerly a
capt3in with the War Crimes
Branch, was a prosecuting at-
torney in the infamous "Dachau
Concentration Camp case and
prepared evidence against the
Nazis in the Nuremberg trials He
also served on the investigating
committee winch prepared the
n the Malmedy massacre in
the Battle of the Bulge. Following
his release from the army Lemel-
man returned to visit Germany
as a civilian in 1947. and has
remained an keen observer of the
rise of the new nationalism in
that countrv since his return in
1948.
Alvin Budner. Kenneth Knop-
nd H \ ard Levine an
irge of the program.
AT THE
Miami Beach Jewish Center
1701 WASHINGTON AVI.
Tickets on Silt at Center OHice
Reservations: Tel. 58-2503
IKHI0MD y III MUG tllTERHOOO
Mrs. Weinstein Will
Review "The Diplomats"
Hannah Senesch G .; I
Had ponsor its I
"I : '" n F I iy, Fe't
t 1:30 p m. at Ten
m
Mrs. I. M. Weinstein
Diplomats,"
e, v.......
: .:' itional
: '.
Mrs. So! H. :.
t tl
I ind fourth I f each
month.
(prundworgs Will
ProMMlt Srrll To
llrbrrw Academy
A Scroll of the Law will be
presented to the Hebrew Aca-
demy by Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Grundwerg. among the founders
of the academy and active par-
ticipants in all types of communal
and educational endeavors, on
Monday. March 6. Dr. David S.
Andron, president of the school,
has announced.
An original musical presenta-
tion will be offered by the
children of the school.
In announcing the special
dedication ceremony. Dr. Andron
said. "It is particularly appropri-
ate that this symbol of the cultur-
Kailimah i liapter
To Hold Luncheon
Kadimah Chapter of Pioneer
Women will sponsor a luncheon
on Monday. February 27. at 12:30
p.m. at the home of Mrs. Fred
3 Her, 1758 S.W. 23rd St. Pro-
- from the affair will go to
the Moatzat Hapoalot.
Mrs. Fred Sandk-r and Mrs.
Jacob Weiss, hostesses for the
noon, will be assisted by the
'' lames Kellman. Silver, R.
Miller, Albert. Fiedler. Stern,
Sk ill Kuchman, Jaffer and
Bayi
al and educational quality of our
peopte be dedicated at the He-
brew Academy, since the essential
pattern of the school's program is
designed to preserve the age-old
tradition of education and law, in
synthesis with every modern
tellectual express: n We are J
deed happy that Mr. and M
Grundwerg have seen fit
crystallize their interest in m
school in presenting the ScnM
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RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
Temple Israel (Reform*. 137
N.E. 19th St Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan,
Rabbi Lmeritus.
rJafisfi Flcrxfeigi
PAGE NINETEEN
hhside Jewish Center. 6231
Mol classes every Sunday
lofiu- of !"" Wm- Boroa, *55
L'l -t Hebrew classes under
E?tf Rev. 1'hilip Fried at 6701
P'.,h vve. on Mondays and
[mill 4 lo 6 P m.
Dade Jewish Center
vative), 13630 W. Dixie
Lay. North Miami.
evening services at 8 p.m.
nlng services at Sun-
E0..1 i" m.
rl Jewish Congregalion of
[Gables, 2410 Ponco do Leon
I (Conservative).
rii ,p services at 8:30.
. \\ iSoldsteln will officiate.
['' < ,|iliat "ill be held follow-
.,.' Member! and friends
s. attend.
Ller-Granada Jewish Cen-
|5 S.W. 45th Ave.
., n Irei at 9 a.m.
i Center (General), 3346
4th St.
.:\. .it 7:30 a.m. and 5:30
i. .nine services at 9.
Shore Jewish Centex
itive). 916 Everglades
irse. Miami Beach (Aiti
Congregation). Rev. Philip
service! at 8:15 p.m.
..k An upon forum
,, i meg Shabbat fol-
,. .: inhk services at
hool at 10 a.m. at
tury School.
f. fleiigious Congregation.
. W. 2nd St.
(es Saturday morning at 9:00
regation beth Tfilah (Or-
935 Euclid Ave.. Miami
Rabbi Joseph E. Raclc-
u i \ Icei at fi:ni> p.m.
iwi onducted both Friday
.].,. guest Cantor Maurice
\. w York, who will be I
I : i. choir under the I
c ..f Joseph Hchrelbman. 8at- i
v i s .ii B:J0, During 1
sjiti Rabbi Rackovaky I
Ui the Bel Icei and speak
Practice. At 4:30 the
on the Portion
(Week followed by Minchas.
mid .Maariv. Morning
at 1 and 8 a.m. Class
bn.tli it 7:30 a.m. Evening
..' 6 p in. followed by
ltu- .mil Customs. Maariv
-- will be conducted by
nvsky.
Tegation xoung Israel (0r-
4001 Chase Ave., Miami
lay Kervlces 8 a.m., Saturdays
V n 15 on weekdays; o:30
S 11 unlay Minclia at 5
'i hi Shalos Seudos.
rein Israel Congreqation of
(Orthodox), 4316 N.W. 7th
' rvlcei at 6 p.m.:
g at 9:30 a.m. All
that area are invited to
Gables Jewish Center
11 Rabbi Morris A. Slcop;
Joseph W. Malek; Steve
, organist. Palermo Ave.
Jeune.
services at 1:15.
1 Skoi..... "Approach-
II w t., Treat Anti-
rtlav in 9:46 Bar
ui. son of Sir. and
Klddush in patio
''ins of the Bar
ii.it by Sisterhood.
ii Wednesday at s
Skop ami Joseph
i in- Bureau of Jewish
luting. Youth Groups
Thursday at S:30.
and Sunday It.-
ii i" a.in Saturday
\ lee at 9:45.
d rr'd,,y -evening services at 8:15
nvol *?"'*?. Fin- Temple Beth
David, fean Gabriel, Calif., will be
guest speaker. Ills sermon will he
il-Vk*^' ^M..H Jew." In honor of
or^ln, USi -Yon,th ,hc ,eml"e w"
present a musical program Takinc
part will be Madame Frances Sebef
H A1"'"^' ,a,ld .T<'mPl<- Israei
Choir. Dr. Kaplan will conduct the
IZ^fi. ^i" ,*** BerotU will
[. wIe.Lne blwsm8 over the candles
Sabbath eve reception under sisterhood
sponsorship will follow. Mrs. Adolph
Vtertneimer, house and refreshments
chairman, will be assisted by Mrs
Harry V. Simons, hospitality chair-
man; Mrs. Elry Stone, co-chalrmn;
Mrs. Gordon Davis and Mrs. Frank
A. I erinmn. hostesses tor February
Saturday morning services at II am
Dr. Kaplan will speak on "The Furni-
ture of a Temple." The members ..r
the confirmation class will participate
Jewish Community Center
(Conservative). 2020 Polk St.,
Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig;
Cantor Milton Freedman.
Early Frlaay services at 5:10 Late
Friday services at 8:15. Quest speaker
Dr. William II. Munson will talk ..n
some Origins of Prejudice," on oc-
casion of Brotherhood Week, Rabbi
HoniR will conduct the services.
Saturday morning services at 9:30
Itabbi will preach on "Weekly Portion
of the law.'' Sunday morning religious
school assembly film "Brotherhood of
Man,'' based on the book "Races of
Mankind'' will be shown.
Hebrew Academy, 918 6th St.,
Miami Beach.
Friday evening services at 8:00.
Saturday morning at 9 a.m. Sol I,.
Sugarman. principal, will deliver a Ml -
mon on "Jewish Youth and Its Place
in American-Jewish Life" in honor
Of Michael Simonhoff. son of Mi and
Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff, who will be-
come Bar Mltsvah during the services.
Class in study of Mishni Saturday
at 4:30 p.m. Mincha services at r-::!i
followed by Shaloa Seudos. Dally Bible
classes at 5:15 p.m. Dally services at
7:30 a.m. and ** p.m.
Temple Betn Snoiom (Liberal).
4144 Chase Ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor
Samuel Kelemer.
Frtdav evening services at 8:15.
Rabbi Kronish will speak on "Ainalek
Versus America." with reference to
the "Sabbath of Remembrance" and
American Brotherhood Week. Sabbath
service at 10:4.") a.m. Sunday school
at 9:4.'i. Hebrew school S:15 p.m. Mon-
day through Thursday.
Temple Isaiah (Reform), 1536
Bay Road, Miami Beach. Rabbi
Moshay P. Mann.
Friday evening services at 8:13,
conducted by Rabbi Moshay P. Mann
with Ui Paul Beck as Cantor. Sermon
topic will be "Intermarriage," to be
followed by an open forum. Free
religious school meets Sunday morning
at 10.
Congregation Beth David (Con-
servative), Coral Way and 26th
Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev.
! Maurice Mamches.
(in Friday from 8:30 to 9 services
will be broadcast over station WWPB.
| Rabbi Shapiro will discuss "Links
! in a Golden Chain." Service will be
j dedicated to past presidents of the
congregation. PToral offering will be
made by the Weinkle family in
memory of their mother, Mrs. Rosa
Weinkle. Mr and Mrs. Ells lllnkes.
honoring tIn ii .-"ii Seymour's birthday,
land Mr and Mrs. B. D -Merlin, honor-
ing their daughter Cookie's birthday,
will give the Oneg Shabbat. At serv-
ices Saturday morning at Morton
Pine, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben
.Miller, will become Bar Mltsvah.
Rabbi Shapiro and Cantor Mamches
will conduct the services and the
rabbi will expound on the Portion
of the Law. Student Cong. Saturday
at '.ti:3o a.m. Hebrew school between
3:30 and 6:30 p.m. daily
Congregation Bath Q (Ortho-
dox). S90 S.W. 17th Ava. Rabbi
Murray Grauer.
Friday evening services at 5:43 p.m.
M.i "\, ,r.Um al S:15 !"" Kabl
'-.,hy KGr/Uer wiM Preach on
Hrotherhood and the Jewish Attitude
toward Missionaries- A reception will
follow. Hosts will be Rabbi and Mrs.
Murray Graner who will be celebrating
their fourth wedding anniversary
with the congregation. Saturday morn-
ing services at S:30. Rabbi (irauer will
services at S:3n. Rabbi Grauer will
preach on the Portion of the Week
Junior Congregation ;,t In a.m. Mincha
at a:30 p.m. followed by Shalos Shudos.
Sunday school lo a.m. Daily religious
school 3:30 to 6:30. Dally religious
services S a.m. and 5:45 p.m.
Congregation Beth Jacob (Or-
I thodox), 301-311 Washington Ave
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff.
Services will be held Friday evening
at 5:45. Late Friday evening forum at
- .1" K.ihhl Mesiheloff will lecture on
'Modern Hasidlm." Cantor Feder will
leader communal singing Saturday
morning services al 8:30. Junior Con-
gregation at 10 a.m. directed by A .1.
Shafra. Mincha al 5:45 followed by
Shalos Seudos Itabbi will speak on the
Portion of the w.ek Dally school
from 1:30 to 6:30 Monday through
Ihursilav and : a.m. to noon on
Sunday,
Temple Emanu-El (Reform),
1801 S. Andrews Ave.. Fort Laud-
erdale. Dr. Marius Ranson. Rabbi.
Wellish Opens
Office Here
Kurt Wellish, certified public
accountant, announces the open-
ing of offices at 350 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach, for the general
practice of accounting with spe-
cial emphasis on federal, state and
local taxes.
Wellish, who was born in
Vienna, Austria, graduated from
i the Vienna Law School with a
Doctor of Jurisprudence degree
in 1934. He practiced law there
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native country and spent two
years in Italy and Switzerland.
Upon his arrival in America in
1940, Wellish came to Miami and
has been a local resident since..
He attended the University of
Miami night school and received
his degree in accounting in 1947.
He has been previously as-
sociated with I. B. Simkowitz and
Charles B. Costar. present secre-
tary of the state board of ac-
counting.
Wellish lives at 800 Majorca
Ave.. Coral Gables.
Rabbi Hanson will
nnduct the
service at B IS
Congregation Kneseth Israel
(Orthodox). 1415 Euclid Ave.
Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H.
Ever.
Mini ha Friday at .1:4.". Oabbalaa
Shabboa al I p.m. rendered by (Juest
Cantor Lelbele Trainer. Saturday
mornine, service al 8:80 conducted by
Cantor Trainer. Rabbi Ever will begin
a series of lectures on the Portion of
the Week followed by Mincha at Ti
p.m. and Shalos Seudos. Zmlrot and
remarks by guests. Maariv to follow.
Dedication of Befer Torah Sunday at
3 p.m. Dally services at s a.m ;
evtning at 3:30. Daily Hebrew school
from 3:30 Monday through Thursday;
religious school Sunday at 10 a.m.
Miami Beach Jewish commun-
ity Center (Conservative). 1701
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor
Jacob Y. Goldrinq.
Late Friday service at S:30 p.m.
Itahbi Lehrman will jiroach on "Our
i!lf4 to Civilization"a Purim mes-
sane. At Saturday morning services
the rabbi will preach on the Weekly
Portion of the Law.
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W.
12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Berele Kelemer.
Friday evening services at 6:00.
l.ate Friday evening forum at 8:15.
Honoring Sisterhood Sabbath. Mrs
Joseph Schwadron, sisterhood presi-
dent wdll speak on "Sisterhood- Mrs.
.lack Stone, will deliver the Invocation:
Mrs. Herbert Feldan will speak on
"Jewish -Mothers:" Mrs. Simon April
On "Modern Esthers:" Mrs Edward
Becker, will give the closing prayer.
Oneg shabbat will follow. The
pnb'lo Is invited. Services Saturday
morning at *:3I> a.m., rabbi's topic will
he "Remember." Mlschna class at *
p.m. followed bv Mincha and Maariv
services. Bar Mitzvah services Sunday
morning al B:30 followed by a Bar
Mitzvah breakfast. Sunday school at
10 a.m. Hebrew school daily 3:1.1 to
B:In p.m. Dally services at 7:80 p.m.
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Hurwitz Wffl Address
Hebrew Teachers Unit
Jewish Influence on the
Koran" will be the subject of an
address by Joseph Hurwitz at a
cultural meeting of the Hebrew
Teachers of Greater Miami on
Saturday, February 25, at 8 p.m.
at Kneseth Israel. Hurwitz is
using this theme for his doctoral
dissertation and has completed
great deal of research on
subject.____________
LEGAL NOTICES
PAGE TWENTY
-S I. !*' ^
Gulf ** ream Park
To Open March 4
The Gulfstream Park Racing
Association released its first con-
dition book of the March 4-Apri
20 season, covering the initial
ten racing days. Racing Secretary
W. R. Dahlstrom has provided a
well-balanced book, with a
minimum purse of $2,200 and
handicaps ranging up to me
$15,000 for the Gulfstream Park
Handicap at a mile and a quarter.
Opening day feature, the six
furlongs Inaugural Handicap,
carries a purse of $7,500, the same
value as last year, and is certain
to attract a brilliant band of
sprinters led by Eatontown,
Loriot. Eagle Eye. Fighting Fun
' and others. It is surrounded by a
trio of $2,500 events under al-
lowance conditions, one at six
furlongs and the other over the
familiar mile and a sixteenth.
The condition book also pro-
vides for the running of the
$7,500 Horning Handicap at a
mile and one eighth on Saturday.
March 11, an important prep
for the March 18 renewal of the
Gulfstream Park Handicap. Later
in the season distance horses get
further chances in the Fort Laud-
erdale and Hallandale Handicaps.
Gulfstream Park's minimum
purse of S2.200 equals the mini-
mum of last season, reflecting Nameiand Address of
President James Donn's optimism
that the current year will not
show the drastic recession antici-
pated by so many. During the
opening ten days the purse dis-
tribution to horsemen equals tiiat
given du:mg the same period of
1949. a surprise to many owners
and trainers who had earlier ex-
pected a shaving of purse values.
LEGAL WOTICE
NOT.CETOCRED.TOBS
BE COUNT! *SX3F%Msirr.
^NrH^V0BNUAnKnATK| No_
COUNTY.
FLORIDA
toSr!o?5gSI^MMOHMOW.
To Iu*C?editors and All Persons Hav-
huVrto'ms <>r Demands Against Bald
a
the
are hereby
Mtate of JACOB
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN nuOKCR COURT $jm\****-
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL. CIRC I H
OF FLORIDA. IN AND'FORPAI'K i
COUNTY: IN CHANCERY, No.
t<049t ,,,
HUET GRAHAM Plaintiff, VS.
BERTHA fjRAHAM, Defendant.
lira Bertha Graham,
Townsend.
I >elaware .. ,
You are required to serve a cop>.of
vour answer to the Bill of Complain!
for Divorce on the plalntirra atl
and to rile th original answer In ine
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the tlth day ft
March \ D 1950: otherwise, the hui
,'.f' Complaint tot Divorce, heretofore
filed herein, will be taken as con-
r, ... .i by you. ,. .
Dated a. Miami, Florida, this th
" **"* K-KU:R LEATHERMAN.
Clerk o( the Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
' C | M C FEIOE.
ity Clerk.
MILTON A FRIEDMAN,
i -. Id Bu Idlng,
'" i
. 10-11
NOTICE
N< (TICB
Ing
Estate:
You and eneh of you.
notified and required to Pg"* *
claims and demands v.hi^ > '
County,
on,
County Judge of DadeCOW** and
file the me in his office I
County Courthouse 1
Florida, within, eight
-> date of the iiik
Said claims or demands to
,taln the legal address of
claimant an.l to be sworn to
presented as aforesaid, or
be barred. See Section
lj.31 Probate Act.
Date February
SOP?, deceased late "<
Florida, to the Hon. W '."'',
rvSTST Judge of Hade County, ai^
County.
.. calendar months
| from the date of the first publication
same
120 of
and
will
the
"1st, AD. 1950.
HARRY SIMONHOFF
SAM BIMONHOPF
As Executors of the Last Will and
Testament of Jacob Joseph
Mmonhoff. Deceased.
! 24 3. .1-10-17
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
is HEREBY GIVEN tl il
the undersigned desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name "f
The Sllvi r Club al Dade County,
Ida, Intends to register said Maine
with tli- Clerk of the Circuit Court
,.f Dade County, Florida.
ADoLPH A. HOLLANDER
:;:-il N. W. Is! Street, Miami
2.17-24 a 3-10-17
Mrs. Kaplan Ms
Sholom PTA Head
Mrs. Hymun S. Kup:an was
elected president of the PTA of
Temple Beth Sholom Religious
School on Monday at its annual
election meeting.
Other officers elected were Mrs.
Norman Russ. first vice president;
"Mrs. Le president; Mrs. Eugene Weine, I
recording secretary; Mrs. Ben-
,.,::.: :\ Mandell. corresponding
secretarv: Mrs. Neil Kars. treas-
ure:-. Mrs. Alfred M. Mamlet,!
outgoing president, was elected to '
the post of honorary president.
Board members elected were ,:' "f SO*5fIuIyr.J!?5S Sn
., ... ,, the Stats of Florida, n onsen. of all
the Ale>dames Leon Alexander,; ,nc gtockholders under the pro\
Saul Cohen. Max Diener. Sam 1 of said Chapter 10096. Laws of Florida,
Frankel. Morris Goldin. Charles \':- ';' P'---. showing the dissolution
n.iii. it u /-. 11 n j of Buch rporatlon, and the Secretarj
Ooldbeig. Harold Granoff, David ,,f state is satisfied thai the require-
Godlin, Gilbert Goldman. Joseph I ments of law have been complied
Gould. Bernard Hoffman. Lew'f *""
Huntington. Morris Kandel,
Maurice Kovnat, Jack Lawson.
Jack Low. William Masur. Lyon
Pitt, Lou Ross. Ben Sabin. Ran-
dolph Shevach. Carl Susskind.
Aaron Tubin. Bertram Waller and
Louis Zeller.
Mrs. Leon J. Ell was chairman
of the nominating committee
which brought the slate to the
meeting.
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IX THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF TIIK STATE OF
FLORIDA
TO ALL TO WHOM THESE
PRESENTS SHALL COME GREET-
INGS:
This is t" certify that, whereas,
Myron Bterman, Coral Gables. Flu.
William L. Pallot, Miami. Florida
.leanm- Bterman, Coral Gables, FIs
on the 17th day of May. A.D.
1949, cause to be Incorporated under
the provisions of Chapter 10096, Laws
Fiorl Is lets of 1925 WHOLESALE
FURNITURE BROKERS, INC., a
corporation, with its principal idaoc
of business al Miami. Dade County,
In the Stan Florida, and whereas
th.- stockholders of Buch corporation
fl d on the 15th day of February.
ah 1950, Cause to be filed In the
NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION
IN TDK CIRCUIT COURT OF TH
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOB DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
130301. .
FOSEPH VIVINETTO, Plaintiff, vs.
MARY VIVINETTO, Defendant.
T( l: MARY VIVINETTO
334 Fairmount Avenue
Newark New Jei sey
VOL' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Hill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed agalnat you and you
are required to serve a copy of your
Answer to th,- Hill of Complaint on
the Plaintiffs attorney, and file the
original In the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the
17th day of March. 1950, or a default
will lie "taken against you.
Dated: February 15, 1950.
i: B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M C. FEIQE,
Deputy Clerk,
MARION BROOKS
Attorney for Plaintiff
317-819 olympia Bldg.
Miami. Florida
2 17-24 3 3-10
LEGAL NOVICE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS _
IN THE COUNTY Jt!I)OE"B-COURT
rv AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA.- IN PROBATE," No.
In2" Re: ESTATE OF EDITH
WILLETT HURKEIN, also known
a, EDITH WILLETT. IDA WIL-
LKTT. and IDA WILLETT
SL'RKETN, Deceased.
To All Creditors and All P'"',"";
in|{ CUIma or Demanda Against
Suld Estate: J
You. and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to-present' any
claim, and demands ****"" *
uiih.r of vou may have against toe
*. of EDITH WILLETT SUR-
KK1N. deceased, late of New York
oiintv N Y. and Dade.County. FJor-
Id* the Hon. W.-F. BjUM*-J.
county Judge of Dado County, and
file the same in his office In the County
Courthouse in Dade bounty, BVurld^
within eight calendar months from Ue
date of the first pubUeatk.n hereof.
Knld clalmn -or demands to contain tue
legal address of the claimant and to
be sworn to and presented as afore-
said, or same will be barred. See
Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act.
Date January 13th, A.D. 1950.
THEODORE J. 8AKOWITZ.,
As Ancillary Administrator of the
Estate of EDITH WILLETT
8URKEIN, Deceased.
1/20-27 2/3-10
LEGAL
NOTICE
NOTICE
MOTRrr
NAME
business under ih, ,'?,'
s^sr-s.ij'SS
F,orXCiri-Uil *J%1
2/3.10-17-24-B>^
IN

IS CHA
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
thi' undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Till: BEST VACUUM CLEANER
REPAIR at number 1727 B.W. 8th
Street In the City of Miami. Florida,
intend to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Countv. Florida.
EDMUND F. RYDZF.WSKI
CHARLES W. FISHER
ARONOV1TZ \- ARONOVITZ
Attorneys
7 is s. \ bold IJldg ,
Miami. Fla.
2/3-10-17-24
Cirof]
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, 1
have hereunto set my hand and
have affixed the Great Seal of
the State of Florida, al Tallahas-
see, the Capital, this the 15th day
ot February, A.D. 1950
1 SEAL)
It. A. GRAY,
Secretary <>f State.
PALLOT, SILVER, TATI1AM A
WAYNE
Attorneys at Law
! 1214*19 Congress Building
Miami Florida
2 24
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT <>F THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No,
110310.
JACK DORMAN, Plaintiff, vs.
LORRAINE DORMAN, Defendant.
Lorraine Dorman,
39 Montgomery street,
N.w York City, N. Y.
You are required to serve a copy of
your answer to the Bill of Complaint
for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney,
and to file the original answer In the
office of the Clerk ol the Circuit
Court on or before tiie 20th day of
March. A.D. 1950; otherwise, the BUI
of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore
filed herein, will be taken as confessed
by you.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this IS
day of February, 1 ::,".
E B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M c. FEIQE
Deputy Clerk.
Name and Address of
Plaintiffs Solicitor:
MILTON A FRIEDMAN,
!i.23 Reynold Building
Miami. Florida.
2'17-34 8/3-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t<> engage in
business under the fictitious name of
l.u-l.ii Products at 2904" S. w. 8th
Street. Miami, Florida, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Klrlda- TOMMY COHEN-
BLACK, PEARLMAN and COOPER
Attorneys for Applicant
285 Lincoln Road
2/3-10-17-24 ______
NOTICE
IN TIIE ciItcriT COURT OF THE
Hill JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, F1/)RIL>A.
IN CHANCERY, No. 130094.
JOHN S. MBA DOR, Plaintiff, vs.
JU1.E MEADoIt. Defendant
TO: Jl'I.K MEADOH, defendant
Blue Moon Hotel
Lakewood, New Jersey
YOU ARK HEREBY REQUIRED to
serve a copy of your 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 vour original Answer in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit
in and for Dad. County, Florida, be-
fore the la day of March, 19.10. or In
default thereof, a Decree Pro Confesso
will be entered against you.
Dated: February 7, O50.
i: B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEICE,
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON R. MANNHEI.MER
of Counsi 1
2 Ki-17-21 n 3
Both David Mon
Kottrganize Club
First meeting of the reorganized
Beth David Men's Club will be
held at the synagogue on Thurs-
day. February 23. at 8 p.m.. ac-
cording to an announcement bv
Dr. Roy Mack and Harry Dia-
mond, co-chairmen.
Election of officers will be held
and entertainment, refreshments
and a social will follow the
meeting.
Highlight of the evening will
be a lecture on "Socialized Medi-
cine As It Is Practiced in Eng-
land" by Dr. Christopher Daniels,
noted lecturer, who is on a speak-
ing tour of the countrv.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT oF THE
MTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No IS0253.
SIDNEY S I.ABIDES Plaintiff, vs.
PEARL LA FIDES, Defendant.
TO: PEARL LAPIDE8
1149 Stratford Avenue,
Bronx, New York,
you are h in by ordered and required
to serve a copy ol your Answer to the
Bill of Complaint, a copy of which is
d herewith, "ii Plaintiff's At-
and rile the original in the |
of the Clerk of the Circuit iqi.
Court on or before the 16 day of
March, 1950, otherwise the allegations
i Bill win be taken as i infessed i-k\-|.-t
by you.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 14 day
..f February, 1950.
F. B LEATHERMAN,
LEGAL NOTICE
Cserk of th.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By \V.\I w.
BEN E8SEN
Attorney for Plaintiff,
-:: Seybold Building,
Miami, Florida.
.' 17-:: I :: J-io
circuit Court.
STOCKING,
Clerk.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FIXRIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
110093,
HERMAN POLLAK, Plaintiff, vs.
CELIA POLLAK, Defendant.
To: CELIA POLLAK
i 0 Herman Stoltenberg
>;s West 95th Street
Apartment :,-l!
New York City, New York
YOU ARE REQUIRED to serve a
copy of your answer to the Bill of
Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorneys.
and file the original answer In the
Office of the Clerk of the Circuit
court on or before the ith day of
March, 1950, In the above entitled
cause for divorce otherwise a Decree
Pro Confesso will be entered agalnsl
you.
D.u.d tli!.- 7 daj of February, 1950
i: B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk ( the circuit court.
Curt S. ||)
By M. c. FEICE.
Deputy clerk.
A OENET
120 I.inc.In R.....|
Mian i Beai h, Floi Idn
neys for Plaintiff
2 1 -1T _' i 3 .:
NIOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
i'...lam insurance Agency at 901 N.B.
2nd Avenue. Miami. Florida, intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
BERNARD H. PALLANT
LEONARD EC.ERT
Attorney for Applicant
Seybold Bbig.
Miami. Florida
.' 3-10-17-24 3'3
;nty. _
1298*3.
NICK. HE.VLSON. Plain,*
Elsie Hemson,
1934 Harrison Avenus
Bronx. New York.
(Residence)
Mai ling Address)
Elsie Hemson,
38 Ounhill Road West
Care Zimmerman. '
Bronx, New York.
You are required to m.
of your answer to the ir
plaint for Divorce on tk,
attorney, and to fife lk'
answer In the ..fru-e of iu
the Circuit (Vurt on T
fith. day of March, A.D IB*
the Rill of Complaint fi
heretofore filed herein, i>
as confessed by you.
Dated at Miami, RVirld.
30 day of January, 19J0
, B B. LEAT.
f lerk of the (
Dad.- Cnuntv, j\m
(Circuit Court Seal)
By \\M. w. sn
Dei
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN;
Plaintiff's Solicitor
1023 Seybold Building,
Miami. Florida.
2/3-10-17-24
NOTICE BY PUBUCMI
IN THE CIRCUIT rolKTl
ELEVENTH .IIHOULI
IN AND I'm It MAHE'
FLORIDA. IN CHAXti
130021'.
FLORENCE HAAR, Pliint
ARTHUR HAAR, IM.jJal
TO: ARTHUR HAAR
2a Tudor Place
TUdor City New York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTfl
a Bill for Divorce
against you in the .it>ow|
cause and you are htrttrl
to serve a copy of
the Bill of Complaint or. tlwfl
attorney, and file the i
office of the Clerk c
Court on or t'efore Marckl
1950.
DATED at Miami, Flw*|
dav of February, A.D.
E. li. I.K.VTH
Clerk of the Circuit I
Eleventh Judicial t'ireaj
for Dade Count}', F!'j!la,|
(Circuit Court Seal)
By wm W ,81
EL
PALIXtT. SILVER, TATH1I
ft WAYNE
Attorneys for Plaintiff
1214-19 Congress Uuilding
Miami, Florida
2/10-17-24 :( ?
NOTICE UNDER FICTat
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBRBBTjB
the undersigned, desiringtoa
business under the ilc'itioS
Bonlto Cleaners at 1"J a
Avenue Miami, Flondi.
register said name w.tbl
of the Circuit Court of.LM
Florida- MICHAELM*
SARAH SECAU
1/27 2/3-10-17-24
u
uit
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN IOUNTY JUDOE'S CoURT DADE
coUNTY. FIX>RIDA.No. 21 : .
RE: ESTATE OF
MORRIS R A U B FOG EL.
Deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given that I
have filed my final report and petition
for Final Discharge as Administratrix
of the estate of Morris Raubfogel.
deceased: and that on the 27 day of
March. 1950, will apply to the Honor-
able Judge W. .1. Blanton. County
Judge of Dade County, Florida, for
approval of said final report and for
final discharge as Administratrix of
the estate of Morris Raubfogel, de-
ceased.
This 21 day of February. 1950.
ELSIE RAUBFOGEL.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Administratrix
2/24 3,3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
notice is hereby given that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
E A I. POULTRY A FISH MARKET
at SIS N W. 2nd Avenue. Miami,
Florida, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
l lade (bounty, Florida:.
HERBERT EDELSTEIN
LEO 8HEINER
Attoi ney for Applicant
Pacific Building, Miami, Florida
17-21 :: ::
NOTICE UNDER tm I
NAME LAW L
NOTICE IS HEREB1 Oil [-
the undersigned, desIringl|
business under the fiemwj
Biscayne Shore Market l
cayne Boulevard. Dade
Ida. Intend to register 1
the Clerk of the Circuit 0*
County, "rgg-oa baKOS
JOSEPH LE\W
HARRY DIETZ
Attorney
1/27 2/3-10-1,-24 ^^^_^
" NOTICB UNDBrTwenJ
NAME LAW -
NOTICE is HBRBBTgl
the undersigned, desrig""
business under the fic"i
National Super,M**Ja
Miami
FW
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
The Jewish Floridlan so-
licits your legal notices.
We appreciate your
patronage and guaran-
tee accurate service at
legal rates. Phone 2-1141
for messenger service.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
-------------------------------------------- IN THE COUNTY JUOOES CY)URT
,x ,.Nr?TICE BY PUBLICATION IN AND FOR LAKE CoUNTY,
IN Till. C1RCLIT COURT oF Till: FI .oRII >A. IN I'ROBATK, No.
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 28622
!m om'; ro? |,AI""' BOUNTY, In Re: ESTATE OF
M.'.KihA. in CHANCERY, No, PAUL WEITZMAN,
,:li'l\v'n'!Ku" 1l,'1,:.':.'',"',,'!'u"",f' vs To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
r,, i. ,' ,,-,!; ,',f-ndant. i,,g claims or Demands Against Said
.', A' '" I-1-1" H. Estate;
He.ol.piaM.,, Command, rou, and each of you, are hereby
iJ'..,'. ,,'"", not,tod and required to present any
H% I;1 il ','" a" ll-"l'l"."-ters lims and demands which you. or
Boll g \'j Fore elt.h0r "' y""' '"'- teX8 ?** tn'-,
Washmeton n r *' e,ate. "f 1'AI"1' WEITZMAN. de-
YfJU am' Nrmmm .. ceased, late of Miami Beach, Lade
Coin il-.lnt f'r a v?, i. ? BH "' C2>ty, Florida, to the Hon W. F.
agalnat voJ ta th?/Cfw"f *?*" '"^ BLANTON, County Judge of Dade
t-ini,, ,""?"""' county, and file the same In his
v "r M, r h ,,". :,.-;'.''''-v "f ?"lc "1 >" County Courthouse In
- n'll"",,; S": I''- ""." "'unty. Florida, within eight
Office of the Clerk of he calendar months from the date of the
Court on or before Ma,,h" """f"s' "-<"( hereof. Said claims
later said name"'
Circuit Court ol "
17th Avenu
to regis
of the
Florl,ia- CLYDE SHKWJ
kmii.v e. mm
MILTON A. FRIBDBIAB
Attorney for Applicant
Seybold Bldg.
2/3-10-17-21
^TlcTrTcR^
otherwise the allegations"of said il'ili
Of complaint will be taken as con-
fessed by you.
February 6, 19S0.
E. B LEATHERMAN,
1 ,,- ,. Clerk of tnc Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal)
By 'i. c. lewis jr.,
JACK A ABBOTT, F.so"e|""y Cl6*
l!"o"n- I demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or
same will be barred. See Section 120
of the IHM Probate Act.
I>ated January 30. A.D. 1950.
GERTRUDE WEITZMAN.
As Executrix of the Last Will and
Testament of Paul weitzma.n,
i >eceased
ANNA BRKNNER MEYERS
Attorney roi Estate of Paul Weltzinan
- l"-17-24 3/3
IN THE
IN AND
FLORIDA-
EVA MINSKOFT,
IH'ceased. __, illP"*
to AHC....I- -; .,;,..
ing Claims or DM"
Estate: vou,
You, and ea.-li ?' ,0 ,
notified and requljg ,.M(I
Hon. W.K. I"^-^**]
of Dade Count>. jnu|ity p-
hls office m '"V.rida.
in Dade County. lW.
calendar mon|hs itsj g*
<*&T*&.
it)
first .
or demands
dress of ,ne_.
to and presenteflsi tl0<
will be barred. ee
r3S Brba,p ?5t-5, A-^J
Date Januarj ^-i. igf
As Administrate Vj*
M Y K
Attorneys for
2/8-10-17-24
>^J*n
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February 24, 1950
+j**Milbrimam
PAGE TWENTY-ONE
,i Kronish Is
rtl Ilrandeis
Jarship Head
[ nt of Rabbi Leon
I hairman of the
I, p institute scholar-
1 has been an-
- Alfred Mamlet,
: Miami
I -,-:on.
I Mowing the an-
Y Kronish re-
are now
1 the institute.
1 between the
I e eligible." he
wever. the important
ft to serve the
A vibrant per-
amic leadership
templed with an interest
I nmunity life and
Kairs are necessary."
L is so arranged as
i,. ; pportunities for.
irk and .vcreation, the
[plained. Courses are
Jewish Life and Prob-
Ithe American Scene;"
lot Israel;" 'Principles of
fTheuiy and Practice of
\ hievements and
1 "Principles of
jprk." Two hours daily-
Ed t.i group singing and
|l: >n there are
is. seminars.
In of p..pers and pro-
Twell as workshops in
grafts, leadership tech-
jramming.
Jfrom the systematic
Hiich will be conducted
JBneiit staff of competent
fc. Rabbi Kronish con-
institute will have a
J visiting lecturers, each
Ig in his field. Evenings
tvoted to a social pro-
luding singing, dancing,
land camp-fire. This is
by the campers them-
|h the assistance of the
andeis Camp Institute
^hree camps located in
Penn.. Henderson-
IC. and Santa Susana,
|t may be obtained
to the Zionist Youth
kn, 235 Lincoln Road,
Ich or calling 58-4643.
Jewish DP's
Id Here In 1950,
president Discloses
blem confront-
-.-. Communi-
r the minimum
displaced per-
cted to come
Si ti during 1950
them, de-
nger, president
for New
tl informal talk
local Jewish
? Restaurant on
f". wh i was recently
ad of L'SN'A. is on a
I an cities in behalf
animation.
Itcd i^t that it costs
p mately SI,000 per
II time the refugees
his cuntry until they
and absorbed by the
In communities.
Jing was presided over
p. Singer, president of
Among those present
Monte Selig, Mrs.
| Myers. Herbert E.
f"is Klass. Bernard
piiy Kaufman. Mrs.
Tjner Meyers. Sidney
Charles Cohen. Miss
fi" and Max Gettinger.
Mrs. Gershon Miller will launch
a new series of stories for Jewish
youth on Sunday, February 26, at
7:45 a.m. over station WMIE. The
series will consist of stories of
biblical and Jewish content,
especially designed for young
listeners. The programs are
sponsored by the Bureau of
Jewish Education of Greater
Miami.
Beach Auxiliary
Flans Luncheon
Plans are being formulated by
the Miami Beach Women's
Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for
the Aged for a luncheon and
games party to be held Tuesdav.
February 28, at noon at Mendel-
sohn's Lincoln Manor, according
to Mrs. Benjamin Appel, presi-
dent.
Proceeds will go to the Sidney
Appel Memorial Fund, which
provides necessarv medical sup-
plies for the home residents.
Mrs. Samuel Hoffman and Mrs.
Helene Greenberg. co-chairmen,
will accept reservations until
Sunday. February 26.
efm Advance Fee
ltoc|uired At A-l
In a city where almost everv
yment agencv requires an
mce deposit before sending
an applicant to a prospective j
which does not. Th-
is A-l Employment Service 51
N.E. 5th St.. which has be
ated by Al Meidenberg for
the past tl ,,rs.
"Regai the fact that our
law permits advance fees,"
lenberg says. Til get out of
the business before I start taking
from people who are hungrv and
need a job. Let 'em pay me later."
Meidenberg states that he relies
completely upon the integrity of
the employer and emplovee to
see that his agency is paid for
bringing job-seeker and job to-
gether.
The employee client is asked to
sign an agreement to pay one-
half of his first week's "salarv. .
Meidenberg reveals. This may be |
done in two weekly installments. :
It is further understood that the
employer will deduct the amounts
from the salary and remit this to
the agency, if the employee
should fail to live up to his
obligations. There is no charge to
the employer, Meidenberg says,
and many employers, including
the Chamber of Commerce, have
accounts with A-l.
The manner in which Meiden-
berg has been operating the
agency has brought commenda-
tions from community leaders,
newspaper columnists, labor
union leaders, and has won a
host of clients for him.
"After careful investigation
among employers and employees."
Sam Foor, inspector. Workmen's
Compensation Division, Florida
Industrial Commission, wrote. "I
find that both have the highest
praise for your fair dealings. Your
organization is a real asset to
Dade County and to the State of
Florida."
Occasionally meidenberg fails
to get his feewhen employee or
employer do not come through or
when the job folds up or the
employee proves unfit, but never-
theless he prefers to risk the
occasional loss rather than adopt
the policy of charging in advance.
Joel Cohen To Speak
Joel Cohen will speak on
"Israel and World Jewry'' at a
meeting of the Histadruth,.
L'Tarbuth Tvrith on Sunday.
i February 26, at 3 p.m. at the
i Spinoza Forum. 124 11th St., ftfi-
ami Beach.
2 FAMOUS NAMES
FEATURED BY
WOLPERT'S
Al Meidenberg
Council Women
To Meet March 1
The National Council of Jewish
Women. Miami Section, will hold
a meeting on Wednesday. March
1. at 1:30 p.m. at the Shore Club
Hotel. 1901 Collins Ave.. Miami
Beach, according to Mrs. Aaron
Farr, president.
The program, under the di-
rection of Mrs. Nathaniel Levin,
social welfare chairman, will deal
with "Today's View of the Ex-
ceptional Child."
Guest speakers will be Mrs.
Elsie Delaney. principal of the
Riverside Elementary School;
Mrs. Rose Weiss, president of the
Cerebral Palsy Council; and Mrs.
Mildred Labuzan. director of the
Happy Home School.
A visual demonstration under
the direction of Miss Florence
Satozsky, physiotherapist of the
Dade County Sosiety for Crippled
Children, will illustrate the man-
ner in which handicapped pupils
from these schools can benefit
from this educational program.
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and
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Brotherhood Service To
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In celebration of Brotherhood'
Week, the Jewish Community |
Center of Hollywood is sponsoring |
a Brotherhood Sabbath service!
Friday at 8:15 p.m.
Rabbi Jacob J. Honig. spiritual
leader of the center, will conduct
the special service and introduce i
Dr. William Munson, associate j
professor of history at the Uni- i
versity of Miami, who will speak '
on "Some Origins of Prejudice." .
Dr. Munson. who will be wel-!
corned by President Dan Tannen ;
and officers of the Jewish Com-
munity Center, is on the board of
the National Conference of Chris-
tians and Jews.
Center Sponsors
Music Circus
On March 15
The Miami Jewish Community
Center has taken over half of the
house of the Music Circus for the
group's closing production. "The
Red Mill." on Wednesday evening.
March 15. according to announce-
ment by Max R. Silver, president.
Tickets are now available and
may be obtained by calling Mrs.
Nathan Dubler, chairman, at
3-3956. Proceeds will go to the
center.
Assisting Mrs. Dubler are the
Mesdames Max Silver. Leon Kap-
lan and Herman Mintzer.
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In observance of Jewish Music
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Friday evening.
Participants will be Frances
Sebel, guest soloist, formerly
soloist at Temple Emanu-El and
Free Synagogue, New York City;
Sarah Carney, local violinist,
member of the University of Mi-
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Temple Israel Choir, directed by
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Dutton. Barbara Ehart and Emory
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Spinoza Forum Will
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The Spinoza Outdoor Forum
will observe Brotherhood Week
on Saturday afternoon at 3 p.m.
at the home of Dr. Abraham
Wolfson, 124 11th St., Miami
Beach. The Rev. Edward W. Ull-
rich, minister of the Robertson
Memorial Evangelical and Reform
Church, will address the gather-
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preside.
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Charles H. Lee will give the sixth
in his series on "The Heavens
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. H:rsh Landau Chapter of
B'nai B'rith Young Women held
ihip shower last week
home of Mrs. Jeff Kauf-
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. DeV re was chairman
event. Assisting he; with
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PAGE TWENTY-THREE
hew School To
Purim Boll
hh annual Purim Ball of
ni Hebrew School and
Ation will be held Sun-
IruT.v 26, at 8:30 p.m. at
fcs Club. 1306 N.E. Bay-
E ,rding to an
y William Wein-
|GaU.- and his orchestra
plv music for dancing.
Jjk, will serve as emcee
If loo r show, which will
x> of night club
Weintraub are
Card L. Becker and Mrs.
Ilc'ltzer. journal: Mrs.
[v :.. prize*! Herbert
I ntertainment:
y Bi r, arrangements
n: Mrs. William
[b. M s Jack Stone. Mrs.
Ewaron, tickets: Mr. and
k s sky, Mr. and Mrs.
doff. Mr. and Mrs. Dave
(Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Mrs. Nellie Simpkins,
lie Becker. Mrs. Pauline
ft Mrs. Ben Golden. Mrs.
fogel. Mrs. Nat Coulton
Sophie Moss, refresh-
Sionists To Hold
Program
mi Zionist District will
Jewish Music Month
Jh a year-long member-
with a musical pro-
phursday. February 23,
: according to Herman
esident.
in from New York foi
jig is Herschel Auerbach,
[membership chairman,
ionorof. University of
|dent, will present Euro-
Yiddish folk songs.
fcords. including the first
of "La Tosca" in He-
1 be played by Kurt
Swerdlin and Ted
?ere in charge of the
Prominent New Yorkers
Guests At Delmonico
Prominent New Yorkers. Dr.
and Mrs. Samuel L. Scher. have
arrived at the Delmonico Hotel
for a Miami Beach stay. Dr. Scher
:s the eminent plastic surgeon.
Mrs. Scher is the former Ella
Bernard, one of the first women
to practice criminal law in the
New Y'ork area.
Until her retirement from
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Dr. Scher recentlv visited Palm
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races, in which he had entered
a winning Bugotti His sideline
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of the Sports Car Club of Amer-
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Ardmore Photn
Mayor Harold Turk (center) greets high B'nai B'rith officials
at a recent luncheon of the Miami Beach Lodge. Shown (left to
right) are lodge president. David R. Isen; national B'nai B'rith
membership commissioner, Isaac Gradman of Asherille, N. C;
Mayor Turk. Abe ScheweL first rice president. District Grand
Lodge No. 5; and George J. Bertman. president of Greater Miami
B'nai B'rith Council. The group discussed plans for the expaoaios
of youth training programs and the enrollment of new members
into B'nai B'rith.
Schechter Is
le Dance Queen
Schechter of the TYS
he Miami Jewish Com-
fgater was named the
[Hearts at the Tri Beta
[Valentine Dance at the
week.
Ben-age candidates for
were: Florice Kotkin,
322. second place: Sally
BZB. third place; and
I Rosen. ALS: Serita
Siema Rho Chapter
gbilBarnett, Chi Kappa
Palay, Esquires.
Youth Council
}] '-n-age dances in
every Tuesday evening
Rosenberg To
On Plaza Bill
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have the op-
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actor both in
screen when
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nent beginning
n edian will
th Estta Saltz-
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Met Stars Will
Appear la GaMd
Prod ui ion* Here
For the first time in history
the Opera Guild of Miami will
present an all-Metropolitan Opera
cast in Leoncavello's "Pagliacci,"
which will be produced in Miami
High School auditorium March
18, 20 and 22. together with'
E. Wolf-Ferrari's "Secret of
Suzanne "
Starring in "Pagliacci" will be
the Metropolitan tenor, Kurt
Baum. as well as such big-name
Met singers as Baritones Robert
Weede and Hugh Thompson and
Soprano Mary Henderson.
Thompson and Lillian Shelby
will appear in the farcical "Secret
of Suzanne."
Emerson Buckley, fiery young
New Yorker hailed by critics as
"the great all-American con-
ductor," will conduct both operas
of the double bill.
Dr. Arturo di Filippi. Opera
Guild impressario. pointed out
this week that "Pagliacci" will
offer "the greatest opera cast ever
heard before a Miami audience
in one production."
The scenery, di Filippi declared,
was designed by Hollywood artst
Jack Schliman.
Tickets for the double bill, the
impressario reported, are now on
sale at Burdine"s third floor in
Golden Agers To
Hold Ball Sanday
The Golden Age Friendship
Club of the Miami Beach YM &
YWHA will hold its first annual
theater party and ball Sunday.
February 26. at 2 p.m.
The affair will feature music
for dancing and entertainment by
Lou Kane and his show. The club
has pledged 25 per cent of the
proceeds to the current United
Jewish Appeal campaign.
Composed of people over 50.
the club meets at the Y every
Sunday afternoon from 2 to 5 p.m.
Cm March 5, the group will hold
a Purim party.
Miami, near the bridge; at Hart-
ley's main desk; at Cordelia's; at
Arhidon's, the Rainbow Book
Shop, and Steadman Music Shop
in Coral Gables; and at the Mi-
ami Beach Radio Company and
the Miami Beach Federal Savings
and Loan Association.
Reservations may be made by
phoning 9-1332 or writing 625
S.W. 28th Road, he added.
A special performance is also
scheduled for Fort Lauderdale
audiences on March 24, with
tickets available at the Fort
Lauderdale Music Shop, Las Olas
Blvd.
To Observe Music Month
On Sunday. February 26. in
observance of National Jewish
Music Month the music depart-
ment of the Hillel Foundation and
the B'nai B'rith Lodge at Gaines-
ville will sponsor a program of
Hebrew and English Liturgical
Choral Music by the Jewish
Choral Society of Jacksonville
under the direction of Cantor
Abraham Marton. The concert
will present liturgical composi-'
tions. folk songs, spirituals, and
general music indicative of the
broad sweep represented by Jew- I
ish life.
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Temple Isaiah
Opens Forum
Temple Isaiah is instituting a
series of open forum discussions
based on special sermon topics
selected by its spiritual leader,
Rabbi Mos'hay P. Mann.
First forum will take place on
Fridav evening, February 24, at
the Miami Beach Y and the topic
will be "Inter-Marriage."
Harold Shapiro. Beach attorney
and ex-president of the temple
will serve as moderator.
The temple's class in beginner's
Hebrew is now open to non-
numbers and guests of the com-
munity, according to Rabbi Mann,
class instructor. Additional in-
formation concerning the course
is available by calling Mrs. Ann
Berry at 58-1 it:!.
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Plan Donor Dinner
The Greater Miami Auxiliary
, of the Jewish Consumptives' Re-
lief Society is formulating plans
for its annual donor dinner to be
held on Sunday, February 2ti.
Mrs. Morris Goluskin. donor
chairman, and Mrs. E. E. Schon
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PAGE SIX +Jelst fkridian FRIDAY. FEBRUARY ) Personally Speaking... Mi. and Mrs. Georqe Wen-shower end Mr. and Mr* Leo Storch and then respective families o: BrMtji ft ..are rieitiing here and being entertained ry Mr a.-.a %  .:= .•.-* Storch and Ml and Mrs. Rober. Saur.de:; oi Mknni Visiting Harold Shapiro c: Miami Beacn are nil m< Mn Fannie Shapiro and sister Miss r.rse Shapiro oJ • %  -waukee Wisconsin. %  B Mr. and Mrt Albert | Hirscb have as ::;: housequesl theii niece Mitt Fane ::::e: ol Toledo Ohk She will ire here ::: % %  .'.: weeks Visiting Mr. cr.d Mrs. Samuel Katj 5:: S.W. 22nd Road r:~ theii daughter Mrs. Scrr.ue: Cohn and theii granddaughtei A:.::-:::of Ridgefield N J Mrs Cohn is the former Frances ? ;s6 Kate. • Mrs Aaron Rauchbcch c: Newark N .; visiting re: son-in-law daughter and aranaaauantei Mr an.•..; Leon rmca and Adele Nsncv .444 S •'• 5th ~Miss Pred Pledged To Gerald Schwartz %  %  Dr Harry Rimer resident physician al Lincoln Hospital Brom N Y Is visiting with his parents Mr arc Mrs rer arr.r Rimei 632C Allison ?':;: Miami Beach. Philadelphians now •::::.:; a: :he De'.ar.o Hotel a:e Ml arc ?•!:= David Friedland who arrived las: wee?: The Fried' lard; are members :: the Miami Seech family. While here they a.-e ceir.c entertained bv Mr. arc rs. Sam rriediard. -*•* %  Mrs Saly E Schlesingei mother oi Mrs, Samuel .'•' Srundwerg oi ire T.de= Hotel is acair. spending, ire winter here She .= the mother a: Isaac: Schlesinger, supervisor oi the .ne= Hotel kitchens. Elaine Ehrenield r.iece oi the Grundwergs arc granddaughter :: Mrs. Schlesinger, vacationed here cei-.veer college semesters Miss Ehrenield is also c niece of Herman-Mann Nuptials To Be Held Sunday Miss Blossom Mann, daughter of Mrs. Dorothy Mann, 1127 Pennsylvania Ave.. Miami Beach, will become the bride of Harold A. Herman, son of Mrs. Fannie Herman Luken. 849 S.W. 37th Ave.. on Sunday. February 26. at 2 p.m. at Beth Jacob. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will read the service. Immediately following the cerea reception will be held at Jacob social hall. The bride-elect graduated from Technical High School with high, honors. She was editor of the school newspaper and yearbook. class valedictorian, president of the National Honor Society and member of Quill and Scroll. She •;. n li : t'r.i University i '. Miami. Mr. Herman is a graduate of the University of Florida, where elected to the university's Hall of Fame. Active in campus -. organizations and pubns, he was managing editor of the newspaper, a member of Tau Epsilon Phi social fraternity Delta Chi professional journalistic fraternity. A navy veteran, he is now engaged in public relations work in Miami Beach. ce n Following a short honeymoon. mentol Miss Felic. J % %  he !" u P le wil1 reside in Miami „ Beach. Pred Gerald Schwartz s annts. Mr. andi \ n jf.> JvPalpr Mrs David Pred. 1015 W. 46th £.,.'. i Betrothal I old Jooan Claire Is ffiide-Ele c roi Ja, es X. Kahn W St Miami Beach Mr. Schwartz n i Mi I Mrs George i M:. and Mrs. Morris B. Kessler. 1929 S'V 21st St !T09 11th St.. Miami Beach, have Miss Pred is a so] the' announced the engagement of sity I Miami ring in their daughter. Anita, to Burton Shi • ,-. graduate of J Fink, son of Mr. and Mrs. Miami B< ti Senioi High School. Irving S. Fink of Bayside. L. I.. Th %  bi ide-elecl has been a er it the staff ( the uniMJ end Mrs Max Kirscher who rave beer, wintering here for versity's yearbook, the Ibis, i i many yecrs Sau] arc Moses sons of the Grundwerqs. have two years and is a member of spenounq cccsicerar.e irr.e away rrcrr. their school work ^ ad nd In c k k honorary journal. .. ... %  __._ %  %  :_-.. ism society. She is secretary of the. r e -s eSs Colman A Zwitman chapter of j, + + B'.-.s: B'rith. ... • ,, ... .,. ... ,. ... Mr. Schwartz was graduated .-... and Mrs. Josepr. ;.ocos .-., ...ic.-.iacr. Ave. Miami|from the University of Miami and >rk Zeta listed ir. Who's Who ;n American Col* • leges and Universities. „ Mr^&p^^tnti^KdSnM^ "^ ^ T ^ ^-P^onoT^^ : r -— -.;•—.-•— s. P.-:-=deiphkt Tr.ey ere owners ership-scholarship fraternity, and c. -re flroaawood Hotel there. a charter member of Omicron Dei^ ta Kappa, national leadership so,._ .. ciety. He also belongs to Lead and Dew to New i ork Fridav niaht rn mton^ tKa Ink. was snorts editor of the and copy editor newspaper, the Hurricane. He attended Miami %  High School and was in the Army : '. Occupation in Germany for two .-.:= .-.. Berman Dew to New York Fridav night to attend the Ink w 'as sports bns :: re: nephew Martin To-back scr. c: Siand Mis. JoseDh lb ls and sporls a rornoack Sre :e-u:rea re:e Sunday maht. v ;: ">e university N. Y. The bride-elect is a graduate of Brooklyn College and has attended the University of Havana and the University of Miami. She was a member of the board of directors of the Miami Beach chapter of Jr. Hadassah. a Young Judaea leader and was also affiliated with the B'nai B'rith. During the war Mr. Fink served with the army for a period of three years and was stationed in the European Theatre of Operations. He attended New York University and is a member of the American Legion and the Jewish War Veterans. Plans are being made for a June wedding, and the couple will reside in New York. ','| >'.. r -. •* •* *. mere. jscse: Stanley :: New York Civ. Mr Doppel%  -----Micnu Beach. ~ '. -HZ MIAMI CHAPTER Leonard Glazer To %  QM Become Ba AMERICAN-JEWISH CONGRESS Sing On WDfl -•' • %  • -' : : : thi Mian 3each -• %  • %  -. us Schools hi I Sun lay, Fi I n suti n WINZ -r v-i;. :.:..:•;: •.• • "• : ri. musical director of -' %  Irnar irman of thi • '8 ••; :. wUl stu cits I j : ,h{ Proi %  Paul .. : • ElHarriel %  • %  ~ %  %  n. D nald : Harve> %  •: .-. fol~ : school Martha Dorman's Troth Announced Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Dnrman of Long Beach. N. Y.. have announced the engagement of their daughter. Martha, to Max Harris. The bride-elect was graduated | from the University of Miami and I is a member of Delta Phi Epsilon I sorority. Mr. Harris is the son of Mr.! and Mrs. Louis Harris of Flint. ; Mich. He is attending the University of Miami, where he is affiliated with Phi Epsilon Pi frat) rnity. The marriage will take place the early part of June in Miami Beach. Joan C. Langntr Mr. and Mrs. Joseph! formerly of Miami Be* !" nounce the engagement?! daughter. Joan Claire to J N. Kahn. of Washington k Mr. Kahn is the son of all Mrs. Arthur S. Kahn of I 26th Road. The bride-elect now a cf New York City, attends! ami Beach High School B State University and wain uated from the UniverJ Miami in 1949 At the unni Miss Langne: was a memii Alpha Epsilon Phi soronW Chi. honorary psvchology'f ernity, the Panhellenic and a member of the court at last June's senior Mr. Kahn. n w associated! the Hecht Co.. in Washingtul also graduated from thtl versity of Miami in 1949. He] president of Zeta Beta Fraternity, president of the] uating class of 1949. vicepm of Theta Ormicroo P: hm_ fraternity and was eledeffl membership in Ormicron I Kappa, honorary leadership! ernity. and Who's Whi| American University and leges." OPEN FOR POSITION RABBI S BOLSTIES •' N. Y. is open fir portion lie] nominal fee as cantor, teacher, organizeof Youn( Srtochet of fo*i If inter**! 2-4591 or 650 Crow St, BrH Cong. Leaders save this ail consider a Sextcn offer, toe Betrothal Announced Warfield, Miami I Silver Spring. Md. s the i ngagement f hei : %  l< Sis), to Sidney n I Mr and Mrs. Ben • : shington, D. C. % •vi: sponsor p et fanu omce NEW MOON CIRCUS v'rr.NESDAv rvz:;::; MARCH Is: Tickets -sy be ofetaiaed t BurdiiM's Musk Circus B-.x Office Fii Sai. Moo Or c=:; ?^rs Zz.i-i%  : 4: -: %  = %  : ;. mw*f Concert Series Ausnices Miami Bearh YMHA -'OSE LIMON DANCE COMPANY n<> Koner. Gaert Artist MONDAY. 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. +Jeistncricfia!l PAGE TEN FRIDAY, FEBR UARY a Jews From China En Route To Israel HONG KONG. (JTA1 The first group of Jews b m H ; %  ten All mei Refufi Distribution C ttee. The 57 pers ni we ran. %  • % %  Nom I thai n that theS viet not • %  :••'•;: :.':. ntj*. A!* Jewish %  nth Only the Je !" init> ..., ,..s permitted to functl0 The city of Harbin, once a flourishing center of Jewish social life, if now dead a.fa. a* Jewish social activities are concerned. The Jewish population nas been 'educed to about oOO famines, all of who are preparing to leave for Israel. Their desire to emigrate is intensified by the that they may eventual^ be •ed to return to the Soviet Union whence many tk-ct after the C immunist Revolution. Most of the Jews in Ha were well-to-do. Upon emign • -i thev must property brhmd. since vi rnmenl regulations do not permit them to dispose of the property. Among t ne fj | igrants were the wife and children t Dr. A. Kaufman, l-known Zionist leader and : many y ars president of the in Jewish Community. Dr. Kaul in WJ s arresi %  %  the day Soviet forces occupied thi citv. He was sent to Russia for his illeged "collab irati mism during thi Japanese occupation cf Harbin. JWB PICTURES YEAR-ROUND SERVICE TO JEWR? For Better Business Call 2-4591 SIMON'S CUT RATE PRINTING & SIGNS Ae print anything except money c 8ta~es a"d *e *nl not Be L rde-s: =. Thu Id worth $1 00 with mal srdtr :' '.".' Attract n • I gi-s for any pjtir II "::; "000 EmDotseO i $3.9! i Simplified ncomt I I : z. • -.'--• %  %  :c ct on Sytt< Spec i si "t te igenti and e i %  .= .-. %  : = OFFICE ;:ROEBi.i\G ST.. -:-_ %  GOOD FOOD***Ht;RIGHT WNO, AMP SUH^HjME GALORE :. ORE. i Jherein viu protection for ) mi. mi thboi %  %  %  you 1 %  AI %  —1< Multiple V : • n ( you • t all t:. :. to be : in hui :.:.':.hen it ar.d %  tak< ONE-ADAY brand Mul Vitamin ( can you a:: ird tc be without them? To ass ire minimum daily requirements, take just one capsule each day. AI mtt druggist! JEWISH YOUTH WEEK i :„k Walfara Board is con".he N.tionjr W*k j^lrcommunity'* tributing to %  "' : VnM r '"" „ on .j|,ilitieii thrust upon f r "V UaX Vi' U "o Z 0 fTorUI events b depic.ejl I S. Jewry by U lorw .rrvine the Jewish in thee phot.... Thev *"J" B '££1 JJ r oliCommunity tenter ^ffT^SLd i" the gto..d -?T*.-2ti K -.Jing to build an OroHine importuncc of Jetrfih >oulh Couneif and the jWB^poMOted >alional Jcifh Youth Conference, a- n the wide-spread ob.ervance 0/ Jei>h Youth Week, ie rtrlklni evident* of the rie of u JcvvUh-molivalcH American Jewish youth* T1 ,o Un =-srsjrs ass g fam,,, VC7:h rulluraU JSSSN an.l religion acl.v.l.ea SX J*Vt, b, JWIVJ Armed Serv.ee. worker. JSd JowUh chaplain, a. home and abroad. JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTB Elaliiiahmenl of JWB's Depnrlnienl o| Health and Physical Education hi. given new impetus and direction lo UK health and athletic activities n f Jeuita Community Centers. Many iniin-imi projects, including sponsorship of mlional athletic tournaments, ire planned by the new JWB dcpartmnL In the reactivated ISO. recalled lo service by Presidenl Truman as a resull of the rurrrnl world silualion. the National Jewish Welfare Board is %  gain one of six operating agencies, participating in or arluallv eonducling I SO clubs throughout ihe United Stales and at overseas points where American military forces are stationed. Hospitalised Jewish veterans in VA hospitals continue to have their religious, recreational and welfare needs cared for by JWB through Its armed services workers and the Jewish chaplain, recruited and served by its Division of Religious Activitics. Since 1917, JWB has been the governmentaccredited agency for service to Jews in uniform. The wide upsurge of interest in the Je> ish Community Center, evidenced a breaking of ground and laying of con* •tones for new Center buildlagt, ••! fleeted in the intensive service ruiotnl the Center movement by J'SB. Miami Jewish Community Center and Miami Beach YM & WHA are local JWB Affiliates. REPRESENTATIVE WAXTEU Must be well associated in Jewish community activities, ar.d civic, fraternal and business life, of the Greater Miami Area. To such a man we are able to offer a lucrative arrangement representing Miami's largest catering organization. All "replies confidential. WRITE A. B., BOX 2S73. MIAMI 18 PLAZA "Home of All Yiddish Shows" S. End Wash. Ave., Miami Beach Cont. from 1:45 STARTS TUESDAY. FEB. 28th O.V THE STAGE Michel Rosenberg ("ATTABOY GETZEL" "COUSIN MOTEL") DAVE LUBRITZKY ETTA SALTZMAN ON SCREEN MOISHE OVS1IER in "THE CANTOR'S SON" F.FTH ANNUAL PURSM SAIL Miami Hebrew School and Congregation FROLICS CLUB 1306 N.E. Bayshore W SUNDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 26th RUDDY WALKER Master of Ceremonies LEADING PERFORMERS FROM NIGHT & WILL POSITIVELY APPEA R Music by MANNY GATES and His OrcbesW DONATION $1.00



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Hurwitz Wffl Address Hebrew Teachers Unit •Jewish Influence on the Koran" will be the subject of an address by Joseph Hurwitz at a cultural meeting of the Hebrew Teachers of Greater Miami on Saturday, February 25, at 8 p.m. at Kneseth Israel. Hurwitz is using this theme for his doctoral dissertation and has completed great deal of research on subject. LEGAL NOTICES PAGE TWENTY — — -S I. !* %  %  %  ^ Gulf ** ream Park To Open March 4 The Gulfstream Park Racing Association released its first condition book of the March 4-Apri 20 season, covering the initial ten racing days. Racing Secretary W. R. Dahlstrom has provided a well-balanced book, with a minimum purse of $2,200 and handicaps ranging up to me $15,000 for the Gulfstream Park Handicap at a mile and a quarter. Opening day feature, the six furlongs Inaugural Handicap, carries a purse of $7,500, the same value as last year, and is certain to attract a brilliant band of sprinters led by Eatontown, Loriot. Eagle Eye. Fighting Fun and others. It is surrounded by a trio of $2,500 events under allowance conditions, one at six furlongs and the other over the familiar mile and a sixteenth. The condition book also provides for the running of the $7,500 Horning Handicap at a mile and one eighth on Saturday. March 11, an important prep for the March 18 renewal of the Gulfstream Park Handicap. Later in the season distance horses get further chances in the Fort Lauderdale and Hallandale Handicaps. Gulfstream Park's minimum purse of S2.200 equals the minimum of last season, reflecting Nameiand Address of President James Donn's optimism %  that the current year will not show the drastic recession anticipated by so many. During the opening ten days the purse distribution to horsemen equals tiiat given du:mg the same period of 1949. a surprise to many owners and trainers who had earlier expected a shaving of purse values. LEGAL WOTICE NOT.CETOCRED.TOBS BE COUNT! *SX3F%Msirr. ^N rH ^V0B N UAnK nATK| No COUNTY. FLORIDA to Sr!o?5gSI^MMOHMOW. To Iu*C?editors and All Persons HavhuVrto'ms <>r Demands Against Bald a the are hereby Mtate of JACOB NOTICE BV PUBLICATION IN nuOKCR COURT $£jm\****ELEVENTH JUDICIAL. CIRC I H OF FLORIDA. IN AND'FORPAI'K i COUNTY: IN CHANCERY, No. t<049t ,,, HUET GRAHAM Plaintiff, VS. BERTHA fjRAHAM, Defendant. lira Bertha Graham, Townsend. I >elaware .. „, You are required to serve a cop>.of vour answer to the Bill of Complain! for Divorce on the plalntirra atl and to rile th original answer In ine office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the tlth day ft March \ D 1950: otherwise, the HUI ,'.f' Complaint tot Divorce, heretofore filed herein, will be taken as conr, ... .i by you. ,. Dated a. Miami, Florida, this th **"* K -K U: R LEATHERMAN. Clerk o( the Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida C | M C FEIOE. ity Clerk. MILTON A FRIEDMAN, i -. • Id Bu Idlng, %  i -• • 10-11 NOTICE N< (TICB Ing Estate: You and eneh of you. notified and required to Pg"* •* claims and demands v.hi^ > %  '£ County, on, County Judge of DadeCOW** and file the me in his office I County Courthouse 1 Florida, within, eight -> date of the IIIK Said claims or demands to ,„„taln the legal address of claimant an.l to be sworn to presented as aforesaid, or be barred. See Section lj.31 Probate Act. Date February SOP?, deceased late "<•£ Florida, to the Hon. W '."'', rvSTST Judge of Hade County, ai^ County. .. calendar months | from the date of the first publication same 120 of and will the "1st, AD. 1950. HARRY SIMONHOFF SAM BIMONHOPF As Executors of the Last Will and Testament of Jacob Joseph Mmonhoff. Deceased. 24 3. .1-10-17 UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW is HEREBY GIVEN tl il the undersigned desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name "f The Sllvi r Club al Dade County, Ida, Intends to register said Maine with tliClerk of the Circuit Court ,.f Dade County, Florida. ADoLPH A. HOLLANDER :;:-il N. W. Is! Street, Miami 2.17-24 a 3-10-17 Mrs. Kaplan Ms Sholom PTA Head Mrs. Hymun S. Kup:an was elected president of the PTA of Temple Beth Sholom Religious School on Monday at its annual election meeting. Other officers elected were Mrs. Norman Russ. first vice president; "Mrs. Ledames Leon Alexander,; nc gtockholders under the pro\ Saul Cohen. Max Diener. Sam 1 of said Chapter 10096. Laws of Florida, Frankel. Morris Goldin. Charles \' : ';' P'---. showing the dissolution n.iii. IT u /-. 11 n J of Buch rporatlon, and the Secretarj Ooldbeig. Harold Granoff, David ,,f state is satisfied thai the requireGodlin, Gilbert Goldman. Joseph I ments of law have been complied Gould. Bernard Hoffman. Lew'f *"" %  Huntington. Morris Kandel, Maurice Kovnat, Jack Lawson. Jack Low. William Masur. Lyon Pitt, Lou Ross. Ben Sabin. Randolph Shevach. Carl Susskind. Aaron Tubin. Bertram Waller and Louis Zeller. Mrs. Leon J. Ell was chairman of the nominating committee which brought the slate to the meeting. CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IX THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF TIIK STATE OF FLORIDA TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRESENTS SHALL COME GREETINGS: This is t" certify that, whereas, Myron Bterman, Coral Gables. Flu. William L. Pallot, Miami. Florida .leanmBterman, Coral Gables, FIs on the 17th day of May. A.D. 1949, cause to be Incorporated under the provisions of Chapter 10096, Laws • Fiorl Is lets of 1925 WHOLESALE FURNITURE BROKERS, INC., a corporation, with its principal idaoc of business al Miami. Dade County, In the Stan % %  Florida, and whereas th.stockholders of Buch corporation fl d on the 15th day of February. AH 1950, Cause to be filed In the NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION IN TDK CIRCUIT COURT OF TH 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOB DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 130301. „. FOSEPH VIVINETTO, Plaintiff, vs. MARY VIVINETTO, Defendant. T( l: MARY VIVINETTO 334 Fairmount Avenue Newark New Jei sey VOL' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Hill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed agalnat you and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer to th,Hill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorney, and file the original In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 17th day of March. 1950, or a default will lie "taken against you. Dated: February 15, 1950. i: B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M C. FEIQE, Deputy Clerk, MARION BROOKS Attorney for Plaintiff 317-819 olympia Bldg. Miami. Florida 2 17-24 3 3-10 LEGAL NOVICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY Jt!I)OE"B-COURT rv AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.IN PROBATE," No. In 2 Re: ESTATE OF EDITH WILLETT HURKEIN, also known a, EDITH WILLETT. IDA WILLKTT. and IDA WILLETT SL'RKETN, Deceased. To All Creditors and All P' !" "',""; in|{ CUIma or Demanda Against Suld Estate: %  J You. and each of you, are hereby notified and required to-present' any claim, and demands ****""• £* uiih.r of vou may have against toe *.££ of EDITH WILLETT SURKK1N. deceased, late of New York %  oiintv N Y. and Dade.County. FJorId* the Hon. W.-F. BjUM*-J. county Judge of Dado County, and file the same in his office In the County Courthouse in Dade bounty, BVurld^ within eight calendar months from Ue date of the first pubUeatk.n hereof. Knld clalmn -or demands to contain tue legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Date January 13th, A.D. 1950. THEODORE J. 8AKOWITZ., As Ancillary Administrator of the Estate of EDITH WILLETT 8URKEIN, Deceased. 1/20-27 2/3-10 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE MOTRrr NAME business under ih, ,'?,' s^sr-s.ij'SS F,orX Ciri Uil *J%1 2 / 3. 1 0-17-24!" B >^ IN IS CHA NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that thi' undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Till: BEST VACUUM CLEANER REPAIR at number 1727 B.W. 8th Street In the City of Miami. Florida, intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida. EDMUND F. RYDZF.WSKI CHARLES W. FISHER ARONOV1TZ \ARONOVITZ Attorneys 7 is s. \ bold IJldg Miami. Fla. 2/3-10-17-24 Cirof] IN WITNESS WHEREOF, 1 have hereunto set my hand and have affixed the Great Seal of the State of Florida, al Tallahassee, the Capital, this the 15th day ot February, A.D. 1950 1 SEAL) It. A. GRAY, Secretary <>f State. PALLOT, SILVER, TATI1AM A WAYNE Attorneys at Law 1214*19 Congress Building Miami Florida 2 24 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT <>F THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No, 110310. JACK DORMAN, Plaintiff, vs. LORRAINE DORMAN, Defendant. Lorraine Dorman, 39 Montgomery street, N.w York City, N. Y. You are required to serve a copy of your answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney, and to file the original answer In the office of the Clerk ol the Circuit Court on or before tiie 20th day of March. A.D. 1950; otherwise, the BUI of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore filed herein, will be taken as confessed by you. Dated at Miami, Florida, this IS day of February, 1 :•:,". E B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By M c. FEIQE Deputy Clerk. Name and Address of Plaintiffs Solicitor: MILTON A FRIEDMAN, !i.23 Reynold Building Miami. Florida. 2'17-34 8/3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t<> engage in business under the fictitious name of l.u-l.ii Products at 2904" S. w. 8th Street. Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Kl rlda TOMMY COHENBLACK, PEARLMAN and COOPER Attorneys for Applicant 285 Lincoln Road 2/3-10-17-24 NOTICE IN TIIE ciItcriT COURT OF THE Hill JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, F1/)RIL>A.— IN CHANCERY, No. 130094. JOHN S. MBA DOR, Plaintiff, vs. JU1.E MEADoIt. Defendant TO: Jl'I.K MEADOH, defendant Blue Moon Hotel Lakewood, New Jersey YOU ARK HEREBY REQUIRED to serve a copy of your 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 vour original Answer in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit in and for Dad. County, Florida, before the la day of March, 19.10. or In default thereof, a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against you. Dated: February 7, O50. i: B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEICE, Deputy Clerk. MILTON R. MANNHEI.MER of Counsi 1 2 Ki-17-21 n 3 Both David Mon Kottrganize Club First meeting of the reorganized Beth David Men's Club will be held at the synagogue on Thursday. February 23. at 8 p.m.. according to an announcement bv Dr. Roy Mack and Harry Diamond, co-chairmen. Election of officers will be held and entertainment, refreshments and a social will follow the meeting. Highlight of the evening will be a lecture on "Socialized Medicine As It Is Practiced in England" by Dr. Christopher Daniels, noted lecturer, who is on a speaking tour of the countrv. ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT oF THE MTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No IS0253. SIDNEY S I.ABIDES Plaintiff, vs. PEARL LA FIDES, Defendant. TO: PEARL LAPIDE8 1149 Stratford Avenue, Bronx, New York, you are h in by ordered and required to serve a copy ol your Answer to the Bill of Complaint, a copy of which is d herewith, "ii Plaintiff's Atand rile the original in the | of the Clerk of the Circuit IQI. Court on or before the 16 day of March, 1950, otherwise the allegations i Bill win be taken as i infessed I-K\-|.-T by you. Dated at Miami, Florida, this 14 day ..f February, 1950. F. B LEATHERMAN, LEGAL NOTICE Cserk of th. (Circuit Court Seal) By \V.\I w. BEN E8SEN Attorney for Plaintiff, -:: Seybold Building, Miami, Florida. .' 17-:: I :: J-io circuit Court. STOCKING, Clerk. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FIXRIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 110093, HERMAN POLLAK, Plaintiff, vs. CELIA POLLAK, Defendant. To: CELIA POLLAK i 0 Herman Stoltenberg >;s West 95th Street Apartment :,-l! New York City, New York YOU ARE REQUIRED to serve a copy of your answer to the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorneys. and file the original answer In the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit court on or before the ith day of March, 1950, In the above entitled cause for divorce otherwise a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered agalnsl you. D.u.d tli!.7 daj of February, 1950 i: B LEATHERMAN, Clerk • %  ( the circuit court. Curt S. ||) By M. c. FEICE. Deputy clerk. A OENET 120 I.inc.In R | Mian i Beai h, Floi Idn neys for Plaintiff 2 1 %  • -1T •_' i 3 .: NIOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of i'...lam insurance Agency at 901 N.B. 2nd Avenue. Miami. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida BERNARD H. PALLANT LEONARD EC.ERT Attorney for Applicant Seybold Bbig. Miami. Florida .' 3-10-17-24 3'3 ;NTY. 1298*3. NICK. HE.VLSON. Plain,* Elsie Hemson, 1934 Harrison Avenus Bronx. New York. (Residence) Mai ling Address) Elsie Hemson, 38 Ounhill Road West Care Zimmerman. Bronx, New York. You are required to m. of your answer to the ir plaint for Divorce on tk, attorney, and to fife lk answer In the ..fru-e of IU the Circuit (Vurt on T fith. day of March, A.D IB* the Rill of Complaint fi heretofore filed herein, i> as confessed by you. Dated at Miami, RVirld. 30 day of January, 19J0 B B. LEAT. f lerk of the ( Dad.Cnuntv, J\M (Circuit Court Seal) By \\M. w. sn Dei MILTON A. FRIEDMAN; Plaintiff's Solicitor 1023 Seybold Building, Miami. Florida. 2/3-10-17-24 NOTICE BY PUBUCMI IN THE CIRCUIT rolKTl ELEVENTH .IIHOULI IN AND I'M It MAHE' FLORIDA. IN CHAXti 130021'. FLORENCE HAAR, Pliint ARTHUR HAAR, IM.jJal TO: ARTHUR HAAR 2a Tudor Place TUdor City New York YOU ARE HEREBY NOTfl a Bill for Divorce against you in the .it>ow| cause and you are htrttrl to serve a copy of the Bill of Complaint or. tlwfl attorney, and file the i office of the Clerk c Court on or t'efore Marckl 1950. DATED at Miami, Flw*| dav of February, A.D. E. li. I.K.VTH Clerk of the Circuit I Eleventh Judicial t'ireaj for Dade Count}', F!'j!la,| (Circuit Court Seal) By WM W ,81 EL PALIXtT. SILVER, TATH1I ft WAYNE Attorneys for Plaintiff 1214-19 Congress Uuilding Miami, Florida 2/10-17-24 :( ? %  NOTICE UNDER FICTat NAME LAW NOTICE IS HBRBBTJB the undersigned, desiringtoa business under the ilc'itioS Bonlto Cleaners at 1"J a Avenue Miami, Flondi. register said name w.tbl of the Circuit Court of.LM Florida MICHAELM* SARAH SECAU 1/27 2/3-10-17-24 u uit NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN IOUNTY JUDOE'S CoURT DADE coUNTY. FIX>RIDA.—No. 21 : RE: ESTATE OF MORRIS R A U B FOG EL. Deceased. NOTICE is hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Administratrix of the estate of Morris Raubfogel. deceased: and that on the 27 day of March. 1950, will apply to the Honorable Judge W. .1. Blanton. County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Administratrix of the estate of Morris Raubfogel, deceased. This 21 day of February. 1950. ELSIE RAUBFOGEL. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Administratrix 2/24 3,3-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of E A I. POULTRY A FISH MARKET at SIS N W. 2nd Avenue. Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of l lade (bounty, Florida:. HERBERT EDELSTEIN LEO 8HEINER Attoi ney for Applicant Pacific Building, Miami, Florida 17-21 :: :: NOTICE UNDER tm I NAME LAW L NOTICE IS HEREB1 Oil [the undersigned, des Iringl | business under the fiemwj Biscayne Shore Market l cayne Boulevard. Dade Ida. Intend to register 1 the Clerk of the Circuit 0* County, %  rgg-oa BAKOS JOSEPH LE\W HARRY DIETZ Attorney 1/27 2/3-10-1,-24 ^^^_^ NOTICB UNDBrTwenJ NAME LAW NOTICE is HBRBBTgl the undersigned, desrig"" business under the fic"i National Super,M**Ja Miami FW ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! The Jewish Floridlan solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates. Phone 2-1141 for messenger service. NOTICE TO CREDITORS — —— IN THE COUNTY JUOOES CY)URT ,x ,. N r?T ICE BY PUBLICATION IN AND FOR LAKE CoUNTY, IN Till. C1RCLIT COURT oF Till: FI .oRII >A. — IN I'ROBATK, No. ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 28622 !M OM'; ro ?„ |,AI ""' BOUNTY, In Re: ESTATE OF M.'.KihA. IN CHANCERY, No, PAUL WEITZMAN, ,:l i'l\v'n'! K u" 1 l ,' 1 : .' : .'',"', u "" ,f vs To All Creditors and All Persons Hav•r,, i. •„,' ,,-,!; ,' ,f -ndant. i,,g claims or Demands Against Said .', A '" I1 1 H. Estate; He.ol.piaM.,, Command, rou, and each of you, are hereby iJ'..,'. ,,' %  "",• not, tod and required to present any H % I; 1 il ',•' %  a ll -" l 'l"."-ters lims and demands which you. or Boll g \'j Fore % %  elt h0r "' y ""' '"•'-• teX 8 ?**•• tn ', Washmeton n r *' e ,ate f 1 AI 1 WEITZMAN. deYfJU AM' Nrmmm .. ceased, late of Miami Beach, Lade Coin il-.lnt f'r a v?, %  i. ? BH "' C 2> !" ty, Florida, to the Hon W. F. agalnat voJ ta th?/ C fw"f *?*" '"^ BLANTON, County Judge of Dade t-ini,, ,""?"""' county, and file the same In his v r M, r h ,,". :, .-;'.''''v f ?" lc "1 >•" %  County Courthouse In n'll"",,; S": I''""."• %  •"'•unty. Florida, within eight Office of the Clerk of he calendar months from the date of the Court on or before Ma,,h" %  "•"" f s •"-<"( hereof. Said claims later said name"' Circuit Court ol 17th Avenu to regis of the Florl,ia CLYDE SHKWJ KMII.V E. mm MILTON A. FRIBDBIAB Attorney for Applicant Seybold Bldg. 2/3-10-17-21 %  ^TlcTrTcR^ otherwise the allegations"of said il'ili Of complaint will be taken as confessed by you. February 6, 19S0. E. B LEATHERMAN, 1 ,,,. „ Clerk of tnc Circuit Court (Circuit Court Seal) By 'i. c. LEWIS JR., JACK A ABBOTT, F.so" e| "" y Cl6 l !"o" n < ?4 ln 3 R 3 a Mh """ ;;acl1 F a %  I demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 120 of the IHM Probate Act. I>ated January 30. A.D. 1950. GERTRUDE WEITZMAN. As Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of PAUL WEITZMA.N, I >eceased ANNA BRKNNER MEYERS Attorney roi Estate of Paul Weltzinan l"-17-24 3/3 IN THE IN AND FLORIDAEVA MINSKOFT, IH'ceased. illP"* TO AHC....I%  ; .,•; %  ,.. ing Claims or DM" Estate: vou, You, and ea.-li ?' • 0 notified and requljg ,. M(I Hon. W.K. I"^-^**] of Dade Count>. jn u|ity phls office m '"V.rida. in Dade County. £ lW calendar mon|hs ITSJ g* <*&T*&. it) first or demands dress of ,ne _. to and presenteflsi tl0< will be barred. ee r3S Br ba,p •?5 t -5, A-^J Date Januarj ^-i. igf As Administrate Vj* M Y K • • Attorneys for 2/8-10-17-24 >^J*n 5R8 !" *i$db**l



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imAY. FEBRUARY 24, 1950 *Jmist&r*Mwi PAGE ELEVEN ilmost 100 Rabbis Will Receive Semicha it Yeshiva University Convocation NEW YORK, N. Y.—Almost 100 rabbis, graduates of Yeshiva liversity's Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theoloqical Seminary, will ceive their "Semicha" (ordination) formally at a Convocation be held Sunday, March 12, at 2 p.m. in the Nathan Lamport [uditorium of the university, Amsterdam Ave. and 186th St., York City. Dr. Samuel Elkin, president of Yeshiva Unirsity'. announced. Tin exercises, the 13th in the ,jrv of the seminary, will also t'r'k the 53rd anniversary of the Ending of the Rabbi Isaac Ehanan Theological Seminary, liich was incorporated on March 1897. Since its organization. • charter of the school has been tquenllv amended by action of stale" board of regents enng it to add the divisions Ijcn today comprise Yeshiva fiversity, the first American [versify under Jewish auspices. feshiva University, located at [sterdam Ave. from 185th to | at present includes following units: Rabbi Isaac Jhanan Theological Seminary; Imudical Academy High lools; Teachers Institute; [hiva College of Liberal Arts Sciences: Bernard Ravel kduate School; Harry Fischel fool fur Higher Jewish Studies; of Education and Comlity Administration; and the itute of Mathematics. Belkin said that distinthed religious leaders and layare expected to take part in historic Semicha. the largest Its kind in the history of AmerJewry, and will be attended community representatives all parts of the country, e 100 rabbis, who finished studies during the years 7-1950. are occupying pulpits Hi Maine to Washington, with York leading all other states. ;rs arc holding positions as IJOUS teachers, leaders of 'ish youth groups, and dirs of Hillel Foundations at erican colleges. For the grades, this will mark the first die presentation of their dees. WHAT IS SEMICHA? femicha is" the traditional conig of rabbinic authority upon who is qualified by virtue bholarshlp, piety and integrity be entrusted with such auity. It dates back to the first Isfer of the mantle of leaderfrom Moses to Joshua as kd in the Bible. |And the Lord said unto ses. take thee Joshua the son Nun. a man in whom is the rit. and lay thine hand upon l: and .set him before Eleazer and before all the p ion; and give him a Irge in their sight ."— I .< 27: 18-20. is therefore more than fere diploma of graduation. It yen more than ordination in I conventional sense of the I licha is a particular kind ordination, it is pecularly ph. historic, and masoretic in re Only Orthodox rabbis th( power to confer Semicha. men who have consecrated ..v (render decisions in monetary disputes) for which he is ordained (semicha). As per custom, these exercises will take place on the anniversary of the death of Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Spector. renowned Jewish scholar and saint, in whose honor the seminary is named. Since its establishment, the seminary, the oldest and largest Jewish Orthodox seminary in this country, has graduated more than 400 rabbis, among them are found distinguished religious leaders and executives of leading Jewish national organizations. RABBI ISAAC ELCHANAN SPECTOR Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Spector was considered the most important Talmudist of the latter part of the 19th century. Born inRossi. province of Grodno. Russia in 1817, he died in Kovno, 1896. He served as rabbi in several small towns as well as in Nishvez(province of Minsk) and Novogrudok, both noted rabbinical centers; finally in 1864 he was called to Kovno. where he officiated until his death. At an early age he won local fame as an "iliu," or prodigy. An indefatigable worker. Spector steadily became recognized as the foremost rabbinic authority in Russia. In 1857 he was the youngest member of a commission of rabbis chosen to regulate the management of the Yeshiva at Volozhin. Ten years later he settled a quarrel which broke out and which threatened to ruin the Yeshiva at Mir. Twice Spector visited St. Petersburg to participate in the conferences held to consider the situation of the Jews after the pogroms of 1881. The name of Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Spector is memorialized by the Jews of America through the great institution in New York which bears his name. His tolerance and his fine judgment won him the love and esteem of all groups of Jews. In his decisions he always took the side of leniency and did all he could to help those women whose husbands had left them to emigrate to America and who therefore were in the status of Agunoth. He dealt with the problems of religious observance, not from the scholastic point of view, but with regard to actual living conditions. Thus during the years 1867-69, when the harvests were very poor, he allowed Jews to eat beans and peas during the Passover week, a permission which caused great excitement among the other rabbis. In 1889. which was a Sabbatical year, he ruled that the Jewish colonizers of Palestine might yet cultivate their crops. Spector's goal was to unify Russian Jewry and to bring it into contact with the Jewry of classical rabbinical works of the period. He carried on an extensive correspondence with the rabbis of Western Europe, especially with Samson Raphael Hirsch. Yeshiva University, the largest institution of its kind in the world, has an enrollment of more than 1.500 students from all parts of the world. The university confers some fifteen different degrees and diplomas and has pioneered in developing an educational system which is both unique and effective. Currently, the university is engaged in an extensive campaign to develop a non-sectarian Medical School as an integral unit of the university. Denver Home Group Will Hold Luncheon Greater Miami Chapter of the National Home for Jewish Children at Denver will hold its annual donor luncheon Tuesday, February 28. at 12 noon at the Five O'clock Club. Honor guests will be Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Simon, who donated the Daniel L. Simon Building in Denver, only building in this country which is constructed so that it is entirely dust-free and pollen-free. Two principal speakers will be Miss Rose Goldish, executive director of the New York chapter of the home, and Mrs. Jack New Feature Added The second installment of a new monthly feature called "Everybody Does It" will be held at the AVC Freedom House on Sunday, February 26. at 8:30 p.m. The program, which includes reading aloud under the leadership of Professors Fred Koch. Jr.. and Sam Hirsch of the University of Miami, will include Jeannette Miller, Boris Pritcher, Lew Tenierielle and Stanley Burns. Albert, an executive officer of the national organization. Reservations may be made by calling Mrs. Albert Dubler or Mrs. Gisela Newlander. res to the promulgation of I Western Europe. He supported entire communities that had been ruined by conflagrations or other misfortunes. He organized a number of Yeshivas and aided the colonization of Palestine. When famine prevailed, he raised large sums of money with the aid of his friends in Western Europe. During the Franco-Prussian War (1870-71) he organized a relief program for the Jewish community of Strasbourg, and in 1872 similar aid to the Jews of Persia. It was at his suggestion that Samson Raphael Hirsch delivered to Count Pahlen, head of the committee to investigate the legal status of the Jews of Russia, a memorandum in German which explained the relation of the Talmud to Judaism and the social outlook of the adherents of that faith. He aided Dembo In his endeavors to maintain ritual |h Judaism and who dedicated s to the intensive and tudy of Talmud and [sli law, may qualify to reSi tnicha. icha is what distinguishes lox rabbi from others. the •'musmach" may properUswei "she-ailos" (question (wish law). iicha is the link that binds JOrthodox rabbi of today to unbroken and continuous Of rabbinic tradition which with Sinai. [medieval and modern times, kation. usually in writing has [granted by individual rabbis ay heads of Yeshivas for the l 'ng reasons: First to show the one ordained is sufItly versed in the intricacies e law to be able to render ^s his teaches's permission h reshuth). crux of the written lation is that the ordained pe.u-ned from or has been fined by the ordainer, who him worthy to "Yoreh % rc> nder de cions in ritual and to "Yadin Yadin" rit-itii, J • • ,, : r, enaeavors 10 nuuoiwu n*uu .hi Z% dec,si ? s (Hattarath slaugh tering (Shehitah) in Russia ">). and secondly,*o observe 'junction which prohibits a ii-om giving decisions in the w of his teacher unless he and Western Europe. Spector was an outstanding Talmudist, combining sober judgment with simplicity and lucidity df method. Before he would answer a question, he would study all the literature on the subject and the history of its origin. His literary production was remarkable. He wrote Beer Yitzhak (Konigsberg, 1858), Nahal Yitzhak (2 parts, 1872-74) and En Yitzhak (1869-95) all of them DO'SUN DAIRIES TAKES PRIDE AND PLEASURE IN AGAIN ANNOUNCING THAT IT~WILL BE PRIVILEGED TO SERVE ITS MANY JEWISH PATRONS WITH KOSHER FOR PASSOVER Milk and Dairy Products Under the Supervision of BETH JACOB VAAD HAKASHRUS Rabbi Moses Mescheloif Congregation Beth Jacob, Director Phone 5-5537 Now! J L TO INSURE YOUR REQUIREMENTS or order from route salesman _,_ J_



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^^^^^^^M^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^K^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^M +Jei**ncrk&tn .EBffiAY, TiJ.flfEBBUABY EDITORIAL Hrotherhood The Bible relates that when God saw it was not good for man to be alone, He gave him a helpmate, thus divesting Adam of an aloneness that must have qnawed at his heart and soul. Here we have the first idea of the unity of man— and symbolically of mankind—through love. Then came Cain and Abel, the first brothers. But the brotherhood that was to be among them melted away, and when it was gone Cain slew his own brother and in consequence became a fugitive and wanderer from Land and Lord. Thousands of years have passed since the dissolution of the first bond of brotherhood. But its lesson is as fresh today as the grass which softened the path of the first slayer as he left God's presence for a land beset with shadows. Man's path since then has been a long and arduous one. War and pestilence, dissension and hate, darkness and fear—these have been his lot because, like Cain, he has been unable to understand that growth and survival are meaningless even in the most formidable tower if all that sustains it is aloneness. Brotherhood is the antithesis of aloneness. Its essence is sharing. It is a denial of the closed door and steel wall. It is the warm hand of joy and the consoling palm. It is the affirmation of the oneness of man with himself and his environment. It epitomizes the root and core of human relations. Cynics may say, since time and tide have failed to bring man to the threshold of brotherhood, there is no hope of man ever attaining that goal. Perhaps they are right. But if we stop striving, ,MM^ RANTa "I NEED THAT PILLAR—" our problems will be solved by the weapons of destruction which our civilization is producing with dazzling rapidity. German Justice The acquittal of Wolfgang Hedl erbvo( court has aroused deep consternation iZ[ the newspapers tell us. But from what J hitherto read about German mentality ] not at all surprised at the latest ran!,! in Naziland. •" %  The charge against Hedler, an avow, was a simple one. He was accused of anti-Semitism and neo-Nazism. And th against him was a speech he himself last December, justifying the policy, fa] the method, of exterminating Jews just they were Jews. To the credit of that m let it be said that he thought it "wrong" $1 to bring Jews to death in gas chambers, had his way, he boasted, he would have! "other means to get rid of them." But memory of Hitler was so great that hJ not refrain from injecting that "too much was being made "about Hitler's barbarism the Jewish people." Dr. Kurt Schumacher, of the Social Denm Party, stated after the verdict that the worl draw its own conclusions on the "political t ity of the German people." The world will draw its own conclusion i the mentality and morality of the German t TIIIMM' Miaiiiians IS< k 4*civ< k Citations For Brotii< k rliood Max Orovitz, Miami Bench businessman: James LeGati manager i statii n WIOD; and Ros e B HI stetter, attorney, reel citations Wednesday night : u McAllister Hotel for their contributions toward better human relations in this area at the annual Brotherhood banquet sponsored by the Miami Round le of the National Conference -..••iSjfians and J. Guesl speaki a1 thi affair was Milton H. Blow, founder and presidi nl : thi B C mpany i: New Y irk and one of the top-rankin tisins exi .:!:ves. Dr. H. Franklin Williams, \ : sidenl I %  L'nivi ni and n men of 1 .1 :. presided at I ing in the ] were G M H W %  K r W K 5 Skoi : G.enn C, %  Di J i de. Citati n for i tz was n : %  I is fai tionsi %  : ... : University I Miami an heeding thi -— %  in :. nitv LeGate was • •steady sup] his vigoi ternatioi long and loval the .J.,.:. i R le of th Air,' Brunstetter's I was foi his "continui ; e to the communr. cated to the heirchildren, to higher education a.icl to faithful civi Off the Record Bv NATHAN ZIPRIN U. S. State Department Dismisses Zionist Protest WASHINGTON. (JTA) — The State Department dismissed the protest of a delegation of American Zionist leaders with a reiteration of Secretary of State Dean Acheson's previous statement that it is desirable for the Arab states to receive munitions. The delegation headed by Louis Lipsky. chairman of the American Zionist Council, spoke with Raymond A. Hare. Acting Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs. They talked with him for 35 minutes, attempting to point out the threat to Near Eastern peace represented by the heavy British arms shipments .4 LOST GEXERATION Look for an open scandel to break in France over an estimated 300 Jewish children who were orphaned by the Nazis. All of them have been converted to Christianity by their "protectors" who turned them into slave laborers as soon as they grew up. French authorities have i e., advised of the situation and a promise has been made the matter would be thoroughly investigated. French liberals are dismayed over the situation and a group sts and writers is planning uneh a public campaign for tnc III • th si survivors of Hitlerdom in the event the "' %  %  • nment 1 I take % %  % %  • In fact the has reached P. ind France's First : to the %  A it 200 such Ji • verted to C nity by • being t. : %  %  '• Priest i and man n th i • • One of them, wh me a pr est, is >ugh t wn r : • un :ing 7.. >nism and J, • n of the : • %  Thi s not much bi Hun:: Jewish orphai n n-Jewu mes havi n I been turned over to the J. —nity despite all efl -%  ure their relea.-.. s Pubhshed every Fndav since 1927 Sixth Street, M.ami 18, Floriaa. En. •5*0 .7 J" 0 ",?-*''" matter July 4. til" at he p Office of Miami Fla under he Aet of March ""'. thi j.uh ,h u?:'*"", h as abs rb Week I M.ir y and the -"wish week.y. Member of the Jewish Ti Nation*! Ed,tonal Association. Amen -an Association of Enalish. Jewish Newspapers, Florida Pre,, A„ocia"on snatching is a doubtful virtue at all times. ... To indulge in such practices against a people whose entire child population has been murdered by Hitler is an unpardonable sin against God and man. Unless those children are rescued soon the chance to save them will be lost forever. WASHINGTON STORY A Washington story of high Jewish interest was lost in the shuffle recently. ... It deals with the Jewish members of Congress who were made honorary members of Congregation Adath Israel. one of the largest synagogues in the nation's capital. Some time ago it occurred to the congrega, tion's board that it would be a good idea to honor the Jewish j members of both Houses by con' ferring honorary membership I upon them and their spouses. No sooner had the decision been reached than Rabbi Solomon Metz. spiritual leader of the congregation, initiated the machinery I to put the plan into effect. I Letters went out to all Congressmen and to Senator Lehman. .'. I The acceptances came in with I baffling speed. When the guests arrived at the synagogue they were merrily cheered by the more than 1.000 people who came to participate in the ceremony. Senator Lehman was a bit late in arriving and when he came in and saw his wife sitting on the platform he rushed over and kissed her. This of i brought on a wave of die After the honorary membeuil handed their membership i the senior Jewish memlj Congress, Sabbath, wascal address the gathering. ., bath, who is skirting 85. i, how he was elected to CM forty-four years ago andu. dream he always cherishcQ having a "minyan" in C( ... He had the audience lai) when he said a margin abL minyan in Congress was tool for comfort Senator La brought the audience to in when he said he hopes to| frequent visitor to the syu) When Congress is enti and in turmoil these new; gogue members, we aresunj seek and find the guiding 1 within the sacred precinctsi house of worship. NATIONAL CAMPAIGN CABINET NAMED FOR UJA in Its columns. chanrl!e advertise i SUBSCRIPTION RATESOne Year Two Year* $3.00 $5.00 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher Telephones 2-1141—2-8212 OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Volume 23 Mumh FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 24 1950 ADAR 7. 5710 mwmm (top row ?ef,P ar m | an Henry Mor 9 e mhau. Jr.. afeS sy^K ss. cou„r y r& UJA Caravans. LouUBerrv na 9 4o a iH Chairman f r Allied Jewish r a !" L !£. 49 chilrma n of the former prTsfden TtT MSS fHTJ*"" muniiy CouncilL m Angeles Jewish Cornman If CUJA-S Na 1?'Lf a r t0r f rmer chair (Second row, left to Cam P ai 3 Council. Jewish Appal; Samuel H. Daroff. P* m Philadelphia's Allied Jewish Appeal; -n Dubinsky. leader of the St. Louis W*1 Fund: Abraham Feinberg, New Yoffc *1 serving as 1950 chairman of the UJA and Industry Division; E. N. Grueskin. City, U., 1950 UJA chairman for regio n J Jewish Welfare Fund. (Third row. % %  Joseph Maier. a leading officer of ll Jewish Appeal of Greater New York; f* >-"' i-, laou UJA cnairman iui •--_. „| Luckman. chairman of the board of the i_...:.i. .ir,..-— ,—L._J —.., left to f U k; Rosenbloom, Pittsburgh, former UJ* chairman; Joseph Shulman. Peterson, •_ "^ chairman of UJA mtropUtan diviswn, G. Sonneborn. New York, former %  the UJA's National Council; Samu.l w Peoria. 111.. 1S50 UJA chairman for iw [ and Julian B. Venexky, Peoria. Hl0 ""^ national chairman for regions.



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r FEBRUARY 24, 19S0 J enist IkrMiar PAGE THREE MMW Teachers %  or Freedman Patriotic Observance Group Is Organized Delegates from various veterans organizations in this area met for the purpose of organizing a Patriotic Observance Committee of Greater Miami. At this meeting, William R. Simonds of the Harvey Seeds Post, American Legion was elected temporary chairman and Hy M. Morris o'f the Norman Bruce Brown Post. Jewish War Veterans, was named temporary secretary. Next meeting is scheduled for 8 p.m. Thursday, March 9, at the Harvey Seeds Post, American Legion. Permanent officers will be elected and a permanent organization effected. Prime purpose of the group is to see that patriotic holidays are properly observed, with parades and display of flags. 500 Expected To Hear Dr. Silver David Freedman ]], rew Teachers Associa|Gr< ater Miami will tender lut't in honor of its presi)avid Freedman, at the | Hotel. 1030 15th St., Miami on Sunday March 5, at I program will feature an by Rabbi Max Shapiro bv Development of Jewish linn in Miami." dman has served as presiof the Hebrew Teachers ation here since it was kl seven years ago. A of the national board of ibrew Teachers Federation erica, he is known for his linn.il achievements in New End Chicago, where he was Itiil with some of the outps Hebrew schools in the He received his early \. in Russia, graduated Ziuiir College in Chicago, %  ended the Jewish Institute [Yeshiva University in New lets for this event are availfhrough members of the Ti achers Association and office of the Bureau of Education, 318 Congress ngIs Gaden is chairman of the lements committee. Cantor Trainer to Chant Services at Kncseth Israel Caantor Leibele Trainer of Brooklyn, New York, will be guest cantor at the Kneseth Isreal this weekend. He will chant the services Friday at 6 p.m. and Saturday at 8:30 a.m. and will render the musical program Sunday at 3 p.m. at the dedication of Sefer Torah presented by Wolf Sirot, honorary life president of the synagogue and treasurer. Participants in Sunday's ceremony will assemble at 3 p.m. in front of the synagogue, and a procession of cars will go towards Washington Ave., turn toward Eleventh St. to Euclid Ave. and return to the synagogue. Alexander Drucker's orchestra will play. Rabbi Isaac H. Ever will deliver the sermon. resentatives Wanted Ida Representatives to 11 campers for our Pennnia Boys' Camp. Exon3l Facilities, Staff and ulation. Jewish-American Ir.e (non-dietary) Friday |ing Services. Tuition— School Teachers, College fents or Social Workers or women) preferred. idid Commission, and employment also, if pfied. Write to L. Box 2973, Miami 18, Fla. I"M Students To Present*>likado" The Gilbert & Sullivan operetta, "The Mikado" will be presented by University of Miami students on March 21 and 22 in a building fund benefit performance, it has been announced by Walter C. Kovner, president ol the Hillel advisory council. According, to Mrs. Irwin Weinstein, director of the production, an evening performance will be I given on March 21 at Ada Merritt High School and on March 22 at Miami Beach High School. A cast of nine principals and a chorus of more than 20 men and women will appear in colorful costumes to present the popular show. The B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation proposes to build a student home at the University of Miami campus with the proceeds realized I from "The Mikado" production. j Tickets may be secured from the B'nai B'rith council offices, 330 Seybold Building. Dr. Abba Hillel Silver Five hundred persons are expected to hear Dr. Abba Hillel Silver when the internationally known Zionist leader addresses the guests at a testimonial banquet in his honor on Wednesday. Mqrch 8, at 6 p.m. in the banquet hall of Temple Beth Sholom. Judge Kenneth Oka who heads the arrangements committee, revealed that there are only 100 reservations available for the event which will be tendered by the Miami Beach Zionist District and announced that reservations be made by calling the Zionist office, 235 Lincoln Read, 58-4643 or by contacting one of the committee members. Dr. Silver, spiritual leader of the Temple. Cleveland, Ohio, and past president of the Zionist Organization of America, has long been a spokesman of militant Zionist policy. Assisting Judge Oka are CoChairmen Daniel M. Broad and I Ben Zion Ginsburg. Serving on I the committee are Dr. David S.' Andron, Jack D. Burris. George I H. Cohen, Isidore Goldberg, j Abraham Goodman, Cantor | Samuel Kelemer, Rabbi Moshay P. Mann, Arnold I. Scher, Matthew Silverstein, Alfred Stone and Alex Van Straaten. Alfred Stone, president, Miami Beach Zionist District, announced that proceeds will go to support of Zionist projects, including the ZOA House in Tel Aviv, where Americans and Israelis will meet and learn more about each other. Plans call for a 1500 seat auditorium, library, reading rooms, information service and travelers' aid facilities. Catering the event will be the Continental Caters, Inc. (kosher). J3TDrOSRvp .' the bt >T"' Capt. Ben-Dror Speaks Capt. E. M. Ben-Dror addressed members of the Flagler Granada Jewish Community Center. Joe Masters and Herman Feldman W< re chosen to represent the group on Federation's recreational committee. Charles Adelman was named alternate. Attending Meet Gilbert J. Balkin, Florida regional director of the AntiDefamation League of B'nai B'rith. is attending a meetinK ol the executive committee of the Florida Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges in Gainesville. He will report on the work of the ADL and will help to map plans for the state conclave to be held in St. Petersburg from April 15-17. '*&, ii^f^ *"' \W1* ,V\OrAO G*$ J YOU !" -WO*M RECIPES I Breok, W Sour Cream K *PES I "ouri.hina main dijh „ !" J* g o ae(icioo f laucei, orqvies %  ,„. l,ve '>' fla *or to Vanw cream ,Wt rea ^ ^"'^ Th or gla n containers *"' ""*" for '" %  Pper |*&&rt^ SOUR CREAM Miami Office 1713 N.W. 7th Ave-, Phone 82-4731 BONDED SuCtcinaHcai — TERMITE CONTROL BONDED GUARANTEE J"" by Massachusetts Bonding & Ins. Co. ORKIIV GUARANTEES DRYW00D TERMITE CONTROL i EASY TERMS! <* 3 YEARS PAY! INSPECTION AND ESTIMATES 2-177 509 N. 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FEBRUARY 24, 1950 +Jewisti fhridi^n PAGE FIVE [men's Circle is Birthday Ling its 50th year as one |{ gest Jewish fraternal the country, the Woikrc i e |s presenting the national organiza• ,, Jacob Fishman, ,i lectures on the work Iroup. jltloll to its educational I i activities, Fisnman lcmen'8 Circle has d ; system of fraternal in d cooperative insuri c h now covers 70,000 j ni 700 branches ^ui me country, ft has ci in medical planning, \ aid, cooperative lite l nsurance, sanatoria \_ patients ana oiner ni irjei was also the first to Xjewisn scnools utilizing jisn language, the visitor I v\ oi'Kmen s Circle L ,, ; present a neiworK oi Lis ui mis Kino tnrougn|t. uni y, two oi wnicn are Miami. Juen urganas me Jewisn Laoor %  tee, Yiddish scientific inIniAs, uttl'i ana* outers, man.) sponsored Dy tne ins i_iicio and nave since cunsideraoie support bresent the Workmen's |is raising lunds tor me buon a u cultural center jewisn woiKers, mis, n %  ogees, cnuaren ana %  111 rieeu oi reiugcc anu L,. iraing io nsnman. I on is aiso uuuaing Li ana clinic m the wegev fjsraei ana is participating Icons ruction oi an enure 1 oi pie-iaorlcaced houses Inection with the Morand Dutch labor parties. nan spoke Sunday evening banquet sponsored by t>92. Tuesday at the Speaking Branch 1050, fednesday at a general of Bianch 692. This Friti p.m. he will address tJ9!) at its lyceum, 1545 Id St.. at a special meeting |he new Americans, and evening, he will talk at leraJ meeting of Branch Second In Radio Series To Be Aired March 1 Radio Workshop for Democracy. a new communitywide dramatic weekly live radio series on human relations, will produce "Occupation Housewife." the second in this series of programs, on Wednesday. March 1, at 10:15 p.m. over radio station WMIE. The actors are Judith Searle. Ann Nevel, Manfred J. Berliner. Joanne Bloom. Gertrude Hechler. Marylin Greenberg and Ann Abramson. Mrs. Gertrude Marx serves as director and Bernard Hutner as technical adviser. Members of the coordinating committee are Mrs. Evelyn Dean, Miss Dorothy Bagley, George Rickett. J. Stewart Dean and Gilbert J. Balkin. Jacob Fishman Hollywood Lodge To Participate In Debate Touriiev North Side Center To Sponsor Purim Dance The North Side Jewish Center Sisterhood will sponsor a Purim dance at the North Miami Women's Club, 454 N.E. 58th St., Saturday evening, March 4. Music will be furnished by Louis Bentancourt and his orHollywood Lodge. B'nai B'rith. will participate in the statewide high school debate contest sponj chestra. Proceeds will go to the sored by Sholem Lodge of Miami, j building fund of the congregation, it was announced by Jerome Mrs. William Rothman is Weinkle. debate chairman. I chairman of affair. Tickets and More than 20 lodges in the state I information may be obtained by of Florida have been invited to calling 3-4093. announce the contest in their rei Sisterhood will meet at Salvation Army Hall at 8 p.m. Monday, February 27. spective communities and invite high school teams to participate in the semi-finals on April 13 and 14. The winning affirmative and negative team will receive a one week trip to Washington, D. C, and their school will gain possession of the revolving' Jan Peerce, Metropolitan Opera citizenship trophy for one year, j tenor, who will sing here at the Peerce Tn Sing At Beach Center lerhood Service Subject of this year's debate is: "Resolved: That House Resolution No. 4567 Providing for the Liberalization of the Displaced Persons Bill Should Be Enacted Into Law by Congress." R( {Congregation, will be guest at the North Dade Jewish 13030 West Dixie HighII th Miami, Friday at lh eve services at 8:15. Banquet To Mark Yivo Birthday The Greater Miami Yivo Committee, which was organized three years ago for the purpose of acquainting local Jews with the work of the Yiddish Scientific Institute, will celebrate the twenty-fifth anniversary of the organization at a banquet on Sunday, February 26, at 7 p.m. at the Workmen's Circle Lyceum, 25 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Leibush Lehrer, secretary of the T. Crawford, from psychological and pedagogical department of the institute, will be guest speaker at the banquet. His topic will be "Jewish Science and Its Relation to Jewish Life." Director of the Yiddish Seminar Rnsenfeld will conduct the of Teachers, Leibush is author of s which will honor I a number of books on psychology. rhood Week. literature and education. Miami Beach Jewish Center on Sunday evening. March 5, has shattered the tradition of an Italian tenor being solely a product of Italy. Peerce, a native New Yorker, has never been abroad, yet opera connoisseurs throughout the country have recognized him as a master of Italian technique. The noted "bel canto" expert is now in his ninth season with the Metropolitan Opera, where he has established himself as a perennial favorite since his phenomonal debut in "La Traviata" in 1941. Trained entirely in New York, his career took its turn towards stardom when Arturo Toscanini engaged him as tenor soloist in Beethoven's Chorale Symphony. S. Husok took him under his impresarial wing and Peerce became a member of the Metropolitan. Peerce's exclusive one night engagement here is sponsored by the Sisterhood of the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Chairman of the event is Mrs. Ira Cole Walsey. Baby eats eagerly with no coaxing! From the first spoonful of solid food, give your baby Beech-Nut! That's an easy way to avoid feeding problems. No baby foods offer higher quality or finer flavor than your baby gets in Beech-Nut Cereal, Strained Foods and Junior Foods. A complete choice to meet all normal dietary needs. Babies love them—thrive on them Beech-Nut ;./-BAB V1 Beech-Nut high itandards of production and ALL ADVERTISING have been **cepted by the Council on Food* a d Nutrition of the American Medical Aitociation. SOLD IN GLASS EVERYWHERE Only one uniform method of packing %  *. %  **. Radio Feature Evokes Community Interest "Builders of Israel." a special : feature heard during the Yiddish 1 Classical Hour over station WINZ I from 1:15 to 1:30 p.m. is arousing j a great deal of interest, according j to Morris Nasatir, director of the | Yiddish hour. Narrated by Harold Shapiro, I attorney and Zionist leader, the feature consists of short human interest stories of men and women who dedicated theii lives for the establishment of a Jewish state. Shapiro has already related the biographies of Theodor Herzl, the i father of political Zionism; Max : Nordau, his ardent collaborator: Ahad Ha'am, the spiritual Zionist; Nahum Sokolow, the cultural leader; Joseph Trumpeldor. the warrior: Menachem Ussishkin. the founder of the Jewish National Fund; and Henrietta Szold, the Hadassah leader. According to Shapiro, future programs will include biographies of Louis D. Brandeis. late Justice of U. S. Supreme Court; Albert Einstein, world renowned scientist; Chaim Weizmann, president of Israel; and other leading Zionists. T'fereth Israel Ladies To Hold Purim Fete Final arrangements have been made for the first Purim festival to be sponsored by the Sisterhood of T'fereth Israel on Sunday, Feb. 26, at 7:30 p.m. at 3350 N.W. 7th Ave. Dancing, entertainment, refreshments are on the agenda, according to Mrs. Louis Kaplan, chairman of the event. Reservations mav be made by calling Mrs. Kaplan, 3010 N.W. 10th Ave. Highlighting the first annual Beaux Arts Ball sponsored by the arj and social committees of the Miami Beach YM & YWHA at the Roney Plaza. February 11 was the colorful costume grand march at midnight. Pictured are the winners of the award given lo those whose costumes were DiMI representative of the United Nations spirit. Dressed in costumes they made themselves are (1. to r.) Mrs. Ethel Mahler, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Susskind, Susskind is holding their prise, a certificate entitling the trio to a photograph portrait donated by Arthur Degutz of Ardmorc Studio. Reception Honors Convention Delegate A reception was given by the Bialik Branch of the Jewish National Workers' Alliance on Saturday night at Kneseth Israel in honor of Henry Seitlin, who attended the organization's seventeenth national conclave. Aaron Liebman presided. Participants in the program were Mrs. Aaron Liebman. who continued reading from the Ta? nach; Mrs. Manya Shubow, who read Sholem Aleichem; Mr. Chumutz; Cantor L. Chernowitz. Mr. and Mrs. Cutler and Mr. and Mrs. Ostroff were hosts. 0*1*. I toAlRJj qPAND HEALTH EGGS BE5T BUTTER HOME FOR SALE By Out of Town Owner — $13,750 Out of town owner will aell beautiful 2-atory, 3 bedroom CBS home in a smart S.W. Section, cloae to the Trail. 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! H g?'"-ij^4"f.y!g**H ^ V;i ^^^ i!^T M ^'^ #ii^:.^: ^H Israel School >.-nii's Advisors Mount Canaan Academy, U • school in Israel foi Ami n im tents, this wet k ann ; '> "•' i the f* Tjationb! a urriculum advi iry committi e, which ini : .{, um j igures ill the 1;. Id of Ji wish A the L'niti I SI l v|i tci has nn t and In 'lie liide Dr. Isn i I Chi] Mbshe Davis. 0 Simon G Dr. Leo Hon Dr l Janow sky. Dr. Max K in, Dr. '; Kaplan. Rabbi A I .-Id, Rabbi Joseph H. I. and Albert Schoolman. Iii the meantime, Louis J. Sttwefel, founder and organizer f "the school, is in Israel esl lirtmg a .-:milar body then in p ised of educators and youth 1 .aiders. I •Mount Canaan is a non-political aoa nor.-protit school ;' >r :rteh and women of coll It Offers a course of si es dej .-;gned "to prepare young people for a full and meaningful life in j the American Jewish community." Because of the limited enrollment, preliminary application forms are now being accepted by I demy. Descriptive leaflet is available upon request addressed to the American office of the academy at room 2100, 41 East 42nd St.. New York 17. N. Y. Lj'lyvi i ;>in iii Boac*li A.K Will Hear I tiinlin.iii The Miami Beach Chapter of the American Jewish Congress will feature David Lemclmnn. member of the War Crimes Branch of the U. S. Army, as guest speaker at its membership j meeting on Monday, February 27, ; at 1 p.m.. at the Shore Club Hotel. Lemelman's topic will be: "The American Denazification Program I Since the War Crimes Trials." In addition, members of the chapter will participate in a Bdramatic pn nl in dealing %  with the need to adopt the "-.Genocide Convention which out%  laws mass murder. Mrs. Samuel Berlin will direct. \,ir I nit Open To Men. Women The Greater Miami Chapter of the American Jewish Congress, General Division, of which Frederick S. Grossberg is chairman. become a mens and r,\ organization at its memting Monday. The group is actively interested i mployment discrimintlon, PEPC. Eication and world Next meeting, winch will be ted men and womschedulfd for Tuesday evening, March 7, at the Park Central Hotel. Miami Beach. Ask Your Grocer For /Am IALITY // HI-GRADE FOOD CO. FOOD PRODUCTS Distributed by 1733 N.W. 7th AVE. PHONE 9-8456 Replica of poster in three colors announcing Sixth Annual Music Festival, which is coordinated by the Jewish Music Council, sponsored by the National JWB. This is one of more than thirty program aids made available by the Council to help in the nationwide observance of the Festival. YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR WINZ (940 on Your Dial) EVERY SUNDAY 12:00 Noon to 1:45 P. M EVERY TUESDAY 6:00 to 7:00 P. M. A VARIETY OF STARS IN THS LATEST RECORDINGS AVAILABLJ CLASSICAL—LITURGICAL AND FOLK MUSIC Listen to our New Feature COMMENCING SUNDAY, JAN 1* "BUILDERS OF ISRAEL" Narrator, HAROLD SHAPIRO Well Known Attorney M. NASATIR, Program Director Tamara Cli|i>r To >LV-I Fob. 28 Ta Chapl \; id :.: for :. %  %  -3 :. t the G %  %  ki • %  I .'. %  : : : : % %  i .Studios Institute* To Marfe Purlin A Purim celebration will be sponsored by the Institute of Jewish Studies Monday, February 27 at 8:30 p.m. A feature full length film "Queen Esther" depicting the traditional Purim story will be shown. Community singing and humorous narrations will round am. be held during m 8:30 p Yidual during LI -. til eets t at 1 Bet! the Bureau B •:• David Jewish C ::.Business and Professional Women, Inc. Miss Bauer has also joined the staff of the Lear School, where she will teach French. German and English on a high school level. 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FEBRUARY 24, 1950 Jmiii > fkrH&r PAGE TWENTY-THREE hew School To Purim Boll hh annual Purim Ball of ni Hebrew School and Ation will be held SunIruT.v 26, at 8:30 p.m. at fcs Club. 1306 N.E. BayE ,rding to an y William Wein|GaU.and his orchestra plv music for dancing. Jjk, will serve as emcee If loo r show, which will x> of night club Weintraub are Card L. Becker and Mrs. Ilc'ltzer. journal: Mrs. [v %  :.. prize*! Herbert I ntertainment: y Bi r, arrangements n: Mrs. William [b. M s Jack Stone. Mrs. Ewaron, tickets: Mr. and k s sky, Mr. and Mrs. doff. Mr. and Mrs. Dave (Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mrs. Nellie Simpkins, lie Becker. Mrs. Pauline ft Mrs. Ben Golden. Mrs. fogel. Mrs. Nat Coulton Sophie Moss, refreshSionists To Hold Program %  mi Zionist District will Jewish Music Month Jh a year-long memberwith a musical prophursday. February 23, : according to Herman esident. in from New York foi jig is Herschel Auerbach, [membership chairman, ionorof. University of |dent, will present EuroYiddish folk songs. fcords. including the first of "La Tosca" in He1 be played by Kurt Swerdlin and Ted % ere in charge of the Prominent New Yorkers Guests At Delmonico Prominent New Yorkers. Dr. and Mrs. Samuel L. Scher. have arrived at the Delmonico Hotel for a Miami Beach stay. Dr. Scher :s the eminent plastic surgeon. Mrs. Scher is the former Ella Bernard, one of the first women to practice criminal law in the New Y'ork area. Until her retirement from active practice six years agj. "•' • Scher was leading defense attorney in some of the nation's 'most sensational murder cases, including Murder. Inc. Dr. Scher recentlv visited Palm Beach for the foreign sports car races, in which he had entered a winning Bugotti His sideline hobby is the collecting of foreign and unusual cars. He is a member of the Sports Car Club of America, and maintains a stable of foreign cars at their home in Mamaroneck. N. Y. Top Price Paid for MEN'S USED CLOTHING AL'S 432 N. MIAMI AVE. Phone 2-3213 —Ardmore Photn Mayor Harold Turk (center) greets high B'nai B'rith officials at a recent luncheon of the Miami Beach Lodge. Shown (left to right) are lodge president. David R. Isen; national B'nai B'rith membership commissioner, Isaac Gradman of Asherille, N. C; Mayor Turk. Abe ScheweL first rice president. District Grand Lodge No. 5; and George J. Bertman. president of Greater Miami B'nai B'rith Council. The group discussed plans for the expaoaios of youth training programs and the enrollment of new members into B'nai B'rith. Schechter Is le Dance Queen Schechter of the TYS he Miami Jewish Comfgater was named the [Hearts at the Tri Beta [Valentine Dance at the week. Ben-age candidates for were: Florice Kotkin, 322. second place: Sally BZB. third place; and I Rosen. ALS: Serita Siema Rho Chapter gbilBarnett, Chi Kappa %  Palay, Esquires. Youth Council }] '-n-age dances in every Tuesday evening Rosenberg To On Plaza Bill Ir.v I lof r Mi hel Rosenberg have the oping the popular actor both in %  screen when iza Theatn nent beginning n edian will th Estta Saltzitzky and on ishe Oysher S n." Met Stars Will Appear la GaMd Prod ui ion* Here For the first time in history the Opera Guild of Miami will present an all-Metropolitan Opera cast in Leoncavello's "Pagliacci," which will be produced in Miami High School auditorium March 18, 20 and 22. together with' E. Wolf-Ferrari's "Secret of Suzanne Starring in "Pagliacci" will be the Metropolitan tenor, Kurt Baum. as well as such big-name Met singers as Baritones Robert Weede and Hugh Thompson and Soprano Mary Henderson. Thompson and Lillian Shelby will appear in the farcical "Secret of Suzanne." Emerson Buckley, fiery young New Yorker hailed by critics as "the great all-American conductor," will conduct both operas of the double bill. Dr. Arturo di Filippi. Opera Guild impressario. pointed out this week that "Pagliacci" will offer "the greatest opera cast ever heard before a Miami audience in one production." The scenery, di Filippi declared, was designed by Hollywood artst Jack Schliman. Tickets for the double bill, the impressario reported, are now on sale at Burdine"s third floor in Golden Agers To Hold Ball Sanday The Golden Age Friendship Club of the Miami Beach YM & YWHA will hold its first annual theater party and ball Sunday. February 26. at 2 p.m. The affair will feature music for dancing and entertainment by Lou Kane and his show. The club has pledged 25 per cent of the proceeds to the current United Jewish Appeal campaign. Composed of people over 50. the club meets at the Y every Sunday afternoon from 2 to 5 p.m. Cm March 5, the group will hold a Purim party. Miami, near the bridge; at Hartley's main desk; at Cordelia's; at Arhidon's, the Rainbow Book Shop, and Steadman Music Shop in Coral Gables; and at the Miami Beach Radio Company and the Miami Beach Federal Savings and Loan Association. Reservations may be made by phoning 9-1332 or writing 625 S.W. 28th Road, he added. A special performance is also scheduled for Fort Lauderdale audiences on March 24, with tickets available at the Fort Lauderdale Music Shop, Las Olas Blvd. To Observe Music Month On Sunday. February 26. in observance of National Jewish Music Month the music department of the Hillel Foundation and the B'nai B'rith Lodge at Gainesville will sponsor a program of Hebrew and English Liturgical Choral Music by the Jewish Choral Society of Jacksonville under the direction of Cantor Abraham Marton. The concert will present liturgical composi-' tions. folk songs, spirituals, and general music indicative of the broad sweep represented by JewI ish life. 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PAGE TWENTY-FOUR Temple Isaiah Opens Forum Temple Isaiah is instituting a series of open forum discussions based on special sermon topics selected by its spiritual leader, Rabbi Mos'hay P. Mann. First forum will take place on Fridav evening, February 24, at the Miami Beach Y and the topic will be "Inter-Marriage." Harold Shapiro. Beach attorney and ex-president of the temple will serve as moderator. The temple's class in beginner's Hebrew is now open to nonnumbers and guests of the community, according to Rabbi Mann, class instructor. Additional information concerning the course is available by calling Mrs. Ann Berry at 58-1 IT:!. lewltfJMdQH ^^^m^A Plan Donor Dinner The Greater Miami Auxiliary of the Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society is formulating plans for its annual donor dinner to be held on Sunday, February 2ti. Mrs. Morris Goluskin. donor chairman, and Mrs. E. E. Schon "A GOOD NAME is more to be treasured than riches." Proverbs GORDON FUNERAL p-HOME-^ SYMBOLIZES EVERYTHING A GOOD NAME IMPLIES For 25 years the name GORDON has been associated with service to Greater Miami Jewish causes. In your time of need let us help you as we have done for other grateful families ****** GORDON 710 S.W. 12th Avenue Phone 3-3431 or 9-1436 JOS. L. PLUMMER Funeral Director are in charge of reservations. Mrs. Maurey Poncher is journal chairman. Detroiters To Dance The Detroit Social Club will hold Its first dance at the Cadillac Hotel, Saturday. February 2o, at 8:30 p.m. GIERSCH ENGINEERING CO CONSULTING ENGINEERS AND LAND SURVEYORS lj NOW LOCATED AT THEIR NEW OFFICES AT 3104 CORAL WAY — TELEPHONE 837 Boy Scout Director To Speak To Sholem Lodge A. S. MacFarlan, ex< cutive diei: i; of 'he Boy Scouts Council : Greatei Miami, will address l Sholem Lodgi B'nai B'rith. at their weekly ting Friday, Feb. 24. at 12:1"> p.m., at the Mil Re staurant, 141 K Flaglei St. Subject of MacFarlan's talk will :>.• %  "Training Young Citizi i Tomorrow." John Kronenfeld, idge president, will describe tht ial Boy S il "Co iperation Progi .' currently sponsoi i B'rith. The weekly luncheons haw held -it Downtowner Restaurant the pasl three years New ng place is the third floor room of '.Hi' Miamian irant, adjoining the Miami tre, Auditions Extended Auditions lor participate %  Youth Music Festival have bei v. extended one week to permit outh of Miami to 11, '. Auditions will he held Sui February 2d. at tin Beth Da\ regation from 3 to 5 p.m. Miss Ma: gai et Chasan will bi n chari All Jewish children who can %  ..lay an instrument are %  il to attend this last an.I I and to bring tinir music and iments with th. m, 1 his newest and Ureatest All* Year Tire < lives You e vast, new Margin of Safety (In All Roads it In All Weather I niter All Driving Conditions. Tlicy also Jive you for tinfirst lime— • EVERLASTING WMTtmiLS! • COMPUTE CURB GUARD PROTKWNi • TRIPLt-TRACTION TRiAD! DON! WAIT! I hese segsatlnnal liic qualities and features are found only in the brand new MID-CENTURY I S. ROYAL MASTER. Always die world's foremost safety tire —the Knval Master now e.i\es you a margin of safety far lu-Mind anything in tire history, lt> deeper treat! contains three full levels oj NewTire life and safety; gives you up to 6H% more safe mileage, with tread renew ability to die last mile. And with the SEW Mid-Century Curb (,'uarj— and the \ew Everlasting Wklttttmlk —you have a tire that remains entirely fresh in appearanee as well as performance, when other tires are giving up their lives. CLIMAX OF THE AUTOMOTIVE ERA In the tire world, this is the Mid-Century Climax of the automotive era. There Are \o Rivals, Xo Imitators, No Comparisons, You gel the genuine and original I'. S. Air Hide Principle of more air and less air pressure. You gel the genuine and original I S. Koval steering treads. You gel yean of maximum traction safety, with tires that ride you and cushion you Irom every road shoeL and vibration. Miff PRESEASON ACTION TODAY Act today on these tire values never tnomi Don't wait for the heat antl rush ol il"' season; own the world's newest and fire


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)AY, FEBRUARY 24, 1950 leforew Academy To Hold All-Day iirim Festival On Wednesday „..iic nf the Hebrew Sugarman. has announced. The day's activities will com+Jewish rhrldian PAGE SEVEN pupils x. jemy and its auxiliary will Id an all-day Purim festival Wednesday, March 1, in the all-day Purim festival "ay, March 1, in the r.um and playground of 'hool, Principal Sol L. i-y* m !iael Simonhoff. ton of Mr. Mrs. Sam Simonhoff, 5925 th Bayshore Drive, will beBar Milzvah Saturday, ruary 25, at 10 a.m. at the Irew Academy, Miami Beach. young man has been a ^ent at the academy for the two years. No personal lations have been issued, but lives and friends are invited. d Cross Drive Open March 1 bp leadership in the 1950 Red is Fund drive in Dade County kw completely organized, with (appointment of three addiI chairman, Hiram B. Blakey, [laign chairman, announced nay. aurice "Doc" Klein, Miami councilman, has accepted Ichairmarwhip of the Miami bh Division. |ein was the organizer and I president of the Washington hue Merchants Association, [has been active in civic afl for many years. The goal for I division has been set at too. be advance gifts committee [be headed by James T. Larirace E. Loomis will act as jan of the Tracks and Jai Division, whose goal will be fi start of the campaign be March 1 when a kick-off linn will be held in Bayfront auditorium. .--., TT 111 K.KJIll'mence at 10 a.m. when pupils and guests assemble in masquerade to see two original musical and dramatic presentations, which will be offered by the pupils. The productions include "The Tree Speaks to Hamen," written by Mr and Mrs. Harry Perach, and Gifts for Purim" written by Mr and Mrs. Johua Stadlan, to be given entirely in Hebrew. At 11 a.m. pupils will compete for prizes for the most original costumes which depict various incidents in the Purim story. These prizes will be presented by the members of the women's organization. An outdoor picnic lunch will be served. Following lunch activities willcenter around a carnival. More than a score of booths will be erected by the arts and crafts department of the school. A fortune teller from Shushan has accepted the invitation to be present. Pony rides and other outdoor events will also be included. Berlin .Sews Protest Hedler Acquittal FRANKFURT, (JTA)-President Theodor Huess and Chancellor Konrad Adenauer this week received telegrams from the Berlin Jewish Community protesting "the scandalous verdict" of the court in Neu-Muenster in acquitting the former Nazi, Wolfgang Hedler, of charges of making an anti-Semitic speech, in which he supported the Hitler ideal of "getting rid of Jews." "This verdict opened the way to great developments, fostering anti-Semitism and Nazism," the protest of the Jewish Community said. "Grave danger is again confronting the Jewish survivors in Germany." The West German press was this week unanimous in its condemnation of the acquittal. The Bavarian Landtag (state parliament) also joined in protests against the verdict. Landtag president Dr. Georg Stan was applauded when he said Hedler's behavior in court reminded him very much of the manner of Hitler when he was tried in 1924." Trade unions here in Kiel called on all workers in the city to lay down their tools in protest against the. acquittal of Wolfang Hedler, former member of the rightwing German Party, who was charged with making an antiSemitic speech in which he said that although the extermination of Jews in gas chambers might have been wrong, there were other ways of getting rid of them. Birchansky Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of Leo Burchansky, well known Russian-born artist, will take place Sunday, February 26, at 2 p.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. Before his death, Mr. Birchansky completed a 14 by 7 feet mural extolling the wonders of Greater Miami. The mural is in the lobby of the Chamber of Commerce Building. An unusual monument, depicting a frame and canvas with an incomplete painting and a photostat of the late artist's signature has been designed by the artist's son. Relatives and ffiends are invited to attend. fug To Aid rael Fund % > %  C .ldrn, winter visitor from Mass., has written a Israel Is Free," copies of is selling for the benefit ''haim Weizmann's Re• %  >n Fund. | >lden, an enthusiastic, P ed woman, has spent two years idefatigably her catchv composition— nulish, Yiddish and Hebrew. lid for the publication I herself and is sending '" : V collected to Israel. area, Miss Golden, who 'I 8000 Hawthorn Ave.. r Beach, has enlisted the aid I Molly Marcus. 259 WashE, AVe and Mrs. Rose Neben I' msylvania Ave., Miami V> '_•-. for choral groups may lp"i ned fre e by contacting AM LOOKING FOR A [ A Mrs. Kalin were married the first P* in June '49. We were D^ aSSengerE on the Safe Plane June 6th during P honeymoon. We left the P<> >n Newark, N. J. Anyone If"",?. tHem '* aSked to FY them it is important to I* tou ch with me impB. M. GREEN, 86-6092 Miami Beach AMERICANS NEED VITAMINS THEN TRY One-A-Day (MAND) Vitamins Gl a package of genuine ONEADA Y (brand) Multiple vitamin capsules. They cost only $2.00. Take one each day for 60 days. If you art not entirely satisfied, return the empty package to your druggist and he will refund your money. Remember, vitamins help keep your energy, nerves and digestion up to par. Money back If not delighted. Ask your druggist for genuins ONE-A-DAY (brand) Multiple Vitamin Capsules, mad* by Miles Laboratories. Look for the figure "1" on the blue package. Kurman Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Isaac Kurman father of Abe and Moe Kurman and Mrs. Sally Loeb, will take place Sunday at 1 p.m. in Woodlawn Park Cemetery with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. Relatives and friends are rerequested to be present. Temple Israel Plans Carnival Temple Israel Religious School will sponsor an all-day Purim carnival and bazaar at Kaplan Hall on Sunday, March 5. All proceeds will go to the construction of a school building in memory of the late Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. Handmade merchandise will be on sale and there will be a penny arcade, shooting gallery, fortune telling booth, fishpond, movies. In addition, the sisterhood will operate a booth where food may be purchased. Cantor Ganehoff To King Here Cantor Maurice Ganehoff, world renowned liturgical singer, will chant services at Congregation Beth Tfilah Friday evening and Saturday morning, February 24 and 25. He will also give a Maariv concert at the synagogue on Sunday, February 26, at 8:30 p.m. The cantor, who is a Victor recording artist, has won acclaim throughout the United States. This is the <5antor's first appearance in the Greater Miami area. Beth Jacob Will Hold Purim Show An old fashioned variety show presenting nationally famous singing, dancing, comedy and novelty acts will be presented Sunday night at the Miami Beach High School by Congregation Beth Jacob, according to Dr. Maurice Klein, chairman of the affair. Under the direction of Sid Weiss, the performance is scheduled for 8 o'clock. The occasion is the 24th annual Purim show presented by the congregation since it was founded in 1926. Tickets are on sale at the synagogue office. 311 Washington Ave., or at the office of Dr. Klein, 420 Lincoln Road, and will also be on sale at the door. JAS. HALLEY RUBY Theatre Party Slated Women of Sholem Lodge will sponsor a theatre party at the Music Circus on Wednesday, March 8. "Rio Rita" will be the presentation. Mrs. Milton Wasman is chairman of the event. Assisting her are Mrs. Leonore Curtice and Mrs. Tina Katz. \ A popular Miami Beach attorney, says, "In my profession, the sure way is the proven way. 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>AY, fE BBUABY 24, 1950 +Jewisti PAGE NINE LIVES OF OUR TIMES FRANK I W EH >M k, NORMAN tnrf SCR MOOR. M W HHODA I. SIMON 7ticKEM—The fate of the Israel Cabinet be decided tomorrow at an extraordinary meeting of the kinet called today by Premier David Ben Gurion to act on boycott of Cabinet sessions by three Orthodox Ministers i are protesting the present situation of religious education le immigrant camps. a circular letter sent last night to every member of the' Zionist IIIHIM'OII Club Presents an 111 Yiddish Program | WEDNESDAY. MARCH 1 12:15 P.M. at MENDELSOHN'S ILINCOLN MANOR (Kosher Restaurant) 2 LINCOLN ROAD Ith the Popular Raconteur TTY. HAROLD SHAPIRO Toastmaster Presiding in Yiddish Guest Speaker: LOUIS G. SEGAL ec. Dir. Jewish National •kers' Alliance. Member Zionist Action's Comtee, who has just returned from Israel Guest of Honor: DR. Z. I. SABSHIN 1-known author of several books of Yiddish poems fi'ii'irting Zionist News in Yiddish: |JACOB C. FISHMAN Tariff S1.55 per plate (including tip) Sponsored by "AMI BEACH ZIONIST DISTRICT Cabinet, the Premier stressed the unconditional character of his summons and insisted that every %  Minister, without exception, at• tend tomorrow's meeting. He i specifically stated that this meet} ing will deal exclusively with the principle of boycott within the government and with the at• titude of the Orthodox Ministers, : without touching on the subi stance of the religious education issue. In a private talk with Moshe Shapiro, one of the Orthodox Ministers, the Premier made it clear that his religious colleagues could not consider themselves members of the Cabinet and at the same time boycott Cabinet meetings. He emphasized the importance of collective responsibility of the Cabinet, irrespective of whether certain issues are disagreeable to some Ministers. In that case, he pointed out. the dissatisfied Ministers must either bow to the majority and continue to assume joint responsibility, or resign. The Israel Premier was reported to have admitted that the problem of religious education in the immigrant camps was of highest importance and warranted close study. However, he believes that the problem should be discussed by the Cabinet and resents the demonstrative Cabinet boycott by the three members of the Religious Bloc. In the circular letter Premier Ben Gurion clearly emphasized that if the Orthodox Ministers fail to attend the Cabinet session, he will immediately report the situation to the Parliament and will request that it take appropriate action. Privately, it was inhe GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH I The Only Community-Wide Kashmir. Association, Partici£"ng Agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, inTms the public that: 10 3 displayed 1 D 3 are not •' %  • Market* without the slpn of the GMVH n ;'.': n..t supervised and endorsed by the Vaad: ,,,'"* w 'thout the ring of the GMVH n ii l"'i v "'' '"""' endoraed by the Vaad; JMjieu and lU-ataurantg may buy kosher meats and yet not be Kosher; tl!'' ,k ns wi,h ,n< MVH rinit i"I 1 D 3 are endorsed only when ley ars freshly killed and not when thrv are frozen other information about Kashrulh icall our Director. Rabbi raft* Rackovsky. 818 Michigan Avenue. Telephone 5-3595. D, *Y SIR KIN. Pres. H. SOOTIN. Sec. BEAR. Vice Pres. S. LOBEL. Treas. dicated that he may ask the Parliament for an immediate vote of confidence even at the risk of losing the support of the religious deputies. The Premier also said in his letter that he is negotiating at present with the General Zionists and with the Mapam for the Cabinet, but not at the expense of the Religious Bloc. He suggested that the Orthodox members of the Cabinet introduce in Parliament a motion of non-confidence rather than boycott Cabinet meetings at which questions of the highest importance to the state are being discussed. The members of the Orthodox Bloc held an emergency meeting today to decide no further actions to be taken on the issue of religious education in the immigrants' camps. It was decided at the meeting to continue the policy which is now in effect. It was also decided to send a delegation to Berl Locker, chairman of the Jewish Agency executive, to complain about "the aggressive and discriminatory attitude" of some of the Agency's officials in the camps. AS LOW AS 4% INTEREST MORTGAGE LOANS HENRY E. Paa-AfitnCM 1-3435 THE NEWEST, FINEST PASTRY SHOP IN THE SOUTH! BAKING DONE WITH PURE BUTTER— A VISUAL INSPECTION WILL PROVE IT! STAR PASTRY SHOP 1677 ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH, FLA. FOR DELIVERY SERVICE CALL 58-7530 HUNGARIAN AMERICAN JEWISH BAKING Only Jewish Bakery on Miami Beach Under strict Rabbinical Supervision Mr. Star is a Member of the Board of Directors of Beth Jacob Synagogue MOST DELICIOUS FRIDAY-NIGHT CHALLES IN THE SOUTHI SPECIAL ATTENTION TO WEDDINGS. BAR MITZVAHS AND OTHER SOCIAL FUNCTIONS CONGREGATION BETH TFILAH 935 EUCLID AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH presents FOR THE FIRST TIME IN THE HISTORY OF MIAMI Cantor MAURICE GANCHOFF One ol the Greatest Cantors in the United States Accompanied by a Choir under the direction of JOSEPH SCHREIBMAN Cantor Ganchofl will conduct services FRIDAY EVENING AT 6 O'CLOCK SATURDAY MORNING AT 8:30 SPECIAL MAARIV CONCERT SUNDAY NIGHT AT 8 O'CLOCK Tickets may be obtained at the office of the Synagogue ISRAEL DIAMOND President HYMAN ZAIDMAN Vice President



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jpti Uti flrrr<1tor> FRIDAY. S-BgUtay "* %  *. Bureau Of Jewish Education To Sponsor ^.ali^' k P Training Sessions For Hebrew Teachers Tuesday. February 23. from 8 to t languag 10 p.m." at Kneseth Israel, for all of learning applied I th the Hebrew teachers : Greatei >f language: -March 14. i... Miami. 'Plesn First hour of each of thi •• I a m idem Ian sessions will be devoted to a leethese principles applied ture by Dr. Berthold C. Friedl. teaching of Hebrew: Marcn lesson planning and testm plied to the t( aching I Hi Dr. Friedl is instructor in the n and development of language and problems of tei modern language at the University of Miami. Author of many studies on these subjects, he has lectured both in the United Stat< Dr. Jacob Kaplan Shown blessing Rabbi M. Skop. Beth David Will Hold Purim Fete For the first time in its long history Beth David Congregation will hold a week-long Purim festival. Beginning Monday. Feb. 27. the festivities will continue a; *iiv site of the new synagogue. S.W. 3rd Ave., between 26lh and 27th Roads, through Sunday. March 5, with the exception of the Sabbath. All types of carnival rides and games are being planned, acc irding to Mrs. Alex Stiebel, chairman of the affair. In addition, the sisterhood will operate refreshment booths featuring kosher delicacies. Assisting Mrs. Stiebel is Mrs. Harry Gordon, co-chairman, and representati veTjT* t'on. sisterhood !'>• >oung r na 10d .PjA. A11 Proceeds fr •! earmarked ft *1 oMltenew bag** CEJWWti? CAMPS i?,? Uc *V JEWISH BOYS / LF 3 Ln.i and .?**?" activities; SSUfSL nurses; J,. V v:,i, ***J B^fthandDVu^gJ RATES '|3""l Send for d„cri p(ive 1 A. P. SCHOOLMAN I 231 We,t 83rd t"r;j Second hour of the first stone. Torahs. Everlasting Light. Second nour CO. U H riuw MH Memorial Tablet and sessions will be devoted to dis UK tcnances of the build cussion of the Prophet Mieah.hu *£ d edlcated give the lecture. Final meeting will include the demonstration of a planned less n in the teaching of the Hebrew language to be presented by Joshua Stadlan. instructor at the Hebrew Academy. This series of in-training for Hebrew teachers is sponsored by the Hebrew Teachers Association and the Bureau of Jewish Education of Greater Miami. congrega Simon April blessed the corner| stone. Herbert Gelemter, president of the congregation, opened j the doors and Rabbi Murray Grauer blessed the new temple and the Mezuzahs. The Choral Group of the center. Cantor Joseph W. Malek and Cantor Maurice Mamches rendered the musical selections with Steve Kessler at the organ. £rrS p h T# North Shore Group Will Receive Torah Edwin Franko Goldman, dear, of American bandmasters, will conduct the University of Miami fj| Symphonic Band in a concert "%  %  • %  Tuesday. February 28, at 8:30 .SlIO p.m. at Miami High Schol audi' %  iorium. The band will play a First annual donor luncheon of number of his compositions, as 'he Flamingo Chapter of the Nawell as selections by Gomez, n a' Children's Cardiac Home Wolf-Ferrari. Fletcher, Khachawiu bo neld Friday, March 3. turian, Weinberger, Bach and at 12:30 Pm at tne Club Bali. Sibelius. Tickets are available at Harvey Bell will sing and a the University of Miami ticket ^shion show will be presented offcies, main campus, and 340 Clothing shown will be from Mel S.E. 1st St.; Amidons in Coral Warshaw ami Play Time Togs. Gables: Miami Beach Radio Co. Chairman for the afternoon is Mrs. Sam Magaziner. Assisting 7:.. U..J. D..I r+ 'her are the Mesdames Howard Ring Heads Boston Group Learner, Muriel Kastan. Arthur Alan King was named president : Chasan and Dennis Ratthaus. of the Greater Miami Boston Reservations mav be obtained by J£S S j5 J" l \ b e provided by Club at a : the uroup I calling Mrs. Learner. „!.!.?. ?I! Kessler an d .,*** Wlnn at the Cadillac Hotel Monday. A motorcade from the home of Mr. and Mrs. Isador Goldman past the North Shore Jewish Cente at 916 Everglades Concourse will precede the Siyum Hatorah to be held by the North Shore Jewish Center on Sundav evening. Feb. 2R. at the Temple Beth Sholom. Cars will assemble at the Goldman residence 720 85th St.. Miami Beach, at 5:30 p.m. Music Alicia Carvell was chosen first ident. The club is open to all former B stonians now residing in Dade County, COLORED MAIDS GOOD DAY WORKERS S5.00 ACE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 127 N.E. 1st Ave. Ph. 2-7619 Stag Smoker Slated The Miami Jewish Community Center will hold its first post-war stag smoker Thursday. February 23. at the cente;. according to Abe Cutler, chairman of the athletic committee, and Henry of the congregation, will act as Rabin, chairman of the bowling | master t>f ceremonies. upon the arrival of the Torah at the temple and refreshments will be served from 6:30 to 7 p.m. when the program will get underway. Rabbi Morris A. Skop will deliver the main address of the evening. Melvin Pazol, president league. Phil Harris and his all-star col ired revue will provide entertainment. Tickets may be purRabbinical Assembly. v member of the smoker commit! at thi door. QMen CHICKEN SoUPs LetteA tha+t eoet! WITH < MATZOH BALLS • W W,TH •& KREPLACH • \2$m \ WITH • NOODLES HOROWITZ MARGARETEN Mayor Harold Turk will welgui sts and Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, president of the Miami Rabbinical Assembly, and Mrs. Sam Don:n, president of the cen'' %  sisterh i d ik. Musical % %  %  %  will be i i > i i by : -' '• %  • i Mamches and PincusC -: ... | c hi ag i %  •the Goldmans; the Rev. Philip Fried acting rabbi f thl %  %  will conduct i %  % % % % %  an %  d eel ihe iption of I thi n,. Dancing will follow in litorium. CONDENSED KOSHER CANNED CHICKEN SOUPS WITH CLEAR The foiU Itlll you il Tht Man tells you ll'iKoilicrl Distributed by Palm Distributor., •lr. Hadasshl nil %  Mans IMs.SS9*S;£ft,



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PAGE EIGHTEEN +Je*i$tfk>ridiia£_ FRIDAY, FEBRUABV 77/ Say... When Washington became President he was deluged with congratulatory missives. Letters 1 on Synagogues reveal an affection, a .reverence that borders on adoration. His famous "to bigotr> no sanction" answer to the Newport !" !" *% !"!" e £* more than the gracious courtesy of an 18th centui > gentleman. The first President goes out ofJUS wa> to stress the right of Jews to all privileges in the free New Republic. Jewish Participants The extent of Jewish participation in the struggle for liberty is not generally known. Col. Isaac Pranks Washington's confidential aid-de-camp On hi, militarv staff were Maj. Benjamin Nones, Maj. D*\.a S. Franks, and Maj. Manuel Noah, ttaeya* tempted to plant a Zionist state near Buffalo The CominVnder-in-Chiers relations with Haym Solomon were more than cordial. A guest at the homes of Mic hael Hart of Easton. Pa., of MOMI tajes of V, wport of Col Franks of Germantown. Washing was In % %  position to evaluate Jewish aid during tne t Is of the war. Francis Salvador Among the colonials was a newcomer, who early •n the struggle gave his life for the cause of liberty. In 1773. Francis Salvador landed at Charleston. In London he had lived in affluence with his wife and • ..; children Nephew and son-in-law .if Joseph Salvador, one of the rich Jewish financiers of England.' Francis frequented the exchange, the theatres, and the coffee houses, wearing a velvet .at. powdered wig. silk stockings, embroidered Shirt, and silver buckles on his low cut shoes. But his uncle met with financial es. There was nothing left beyond 100,000 acres of good soil in S llth Carolina. hi South Carolina Francis "bought" 6000 acres from his uncle for then exorbitant price of 8000 pounds. He the:. e had to cross the ocean to look after his investGeorge Washington And Francis Salvador By HAMRY SMONHOFT holdings. In South round seethjng with received by ^""^"^VSed their calm recital revolutionary sent ments He -note ; ing from VZX gove.SnM^ng^d. Seething within Ind to these wholesome. determined and were S3Saae3ErM now jives. ^-asjrj'asaft'a* **> g£ : SSZ&SSS Calhoun and John Gervais. His Civilian Labors ,..,... Hnr A< the independent state was set up. Salvador : appointed a commissioner to sign and stamp the new currency. His knowledge of finance came in handy for the new state in dire need of funds. He kept down salaries, helped to reorganize the courts, vded in the selection of magistrates, reported as to proper election districts and manager to receive the votes of the electors. He took an active part in drafting the state constitution, which proclaimed the si m from England before Jefferson wrote his Declaration of Independence. His Military Services As soon as the Congress adjourned. Salvador became active on the frontier near his plantation at Coronaca. His task was to keep close watch on the ians and the white colonials who rem* England. He caused the arrest of the Patrick Cunningham and was connected u).k Tory's cause celebre which aroused the whi William Drayton, now Chief Justice, lived t *' dor's home and directed the defense aea perilous combination of Indians and Tori for attack on the loyal settlements. When the Cherokees finally struck. Mai Wu and Salvador took command. Th.> fromil, virtually on fire. Salvador urged Pies. John Run' to send reinforcements of men and aims His ?3 as to strategy and high command was resDcrtSr the Capital and in military headquarters Fi^' the Indfans was not the most difficult i 0 'b it i all the diplomacy of Maj. Williamson and Fv> Salvador to hold in check the undisciplined nW men, bursting with rugged individualism. His Death With a force of 1200 men, Salvador ureed all-out attack against Indians and Tories 0*.' night of July 31, 1776. the little army proceeded, the. silence of the moonless nigm Suddenk" fusillade of shots poured from behind bushes iL' and fences. The Americans were ambushed MM] Williamson had forded the Keowet River'rfj detachment, and Salvador was at the head of i company. With the first volley. Salvador $J heavily in his saddle. The Indians closed in oni sides, but the militia soon repulsed them. Willamj found Salvador lying in a bush, scalped but alive. He asked whether the enemy was beata "Yes," was the answer. He shook* Williamson's! said farewell, and died in his 38th y. ar. George Washington never met Francis Salva* But he must have heard of him. Was it n incidental that caused the First President to "May the Children of the stock of Abraham" dwell in this land, continue to merit and enjovi good will of the other inhabitants, while evervi, shall sit in safety under his own vine and fig'tj and there shall be none to make him afraid." Ablin, Wien To Be Guests Tropical I'liil To Hoar Loinolnian Jack Ablin and Leonard Wien, bers %  : thi Mount Sinai Hospital board of trustees, will be ts at a meeting of the I of directors of the women's nary on Friday. February 24. at 1:30 p.m. at the presidential nansion on the hospital grounds. JAN PEERCE METROPOLITAN OPERA TENOR APPEARING ONE NIGHT 0NLT SUNDAY MARCH 5—8.15 P.M. A Miami attorney who was instrumental in prosecuting major Nazi war criminals will be guest speaker at an open meeting of Tropical Lodge. B'nai B'rith, on Monday. February 27. at 8:15 p.m.. at the Miami Beach Y. David Lemelman. formerly a capt3in with the War Crimes Branch, was a prosecuting attorney in the infamous "Dachau Concentration Camp case and prepared evidence against the Nazis in the Nuremberg trials He also served on the investigating committee winch prepared the n the Malmedy massacre in the Battle of the Bulge. Following his release from the army Lemelman returned to visit Germany as a civilian in 1947. and has remained an keen observer of the rise of the new nationalism in that countrv since his return in 1948. Alvin Budner. Kenneth Knopnd H \ ard Levine an irge of the program. AT THE Miami Beach Jewish Center 1701 WASHINGTON AVI. Tickets on Silt at Center OHice Reservations: Tel. 58-2503 IKHI0MD y III MUG tllTERHOOO Mrs. Weinstein Will Review "The Diplomats" Hannah Senesch G .; I Had ponsor its I "I %  • : %  n F I iy, Fe't t 1:30 p m. at Ten m Mrs. I. M. Weinstein Diplomats," e, v : .:' itional : '. Mrs. So! H. :. %  t tl %  %  %  I ind fourth I f each month. (prundworgs Will ProMMlt Srrll To llrbrrw Academy A Scroll of the Law will be presented to the Hebrew Academy by Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Grundwerg. among the founders of the academy and active participants in all types of communal and educational endeavors, on Monday. March 6. Dr. David S. Andron, president of the school, has announced. An original musical presentation will be offered by the children of the school. In announcing the special dedication ceremony. Dr. Andron said. "It is particularly appropriate that this symbol of the culturKailimah i liapter To Hold Luncheon Kadimah Chapter of Pioneer Women will sponsor a luncheon on Monday. February 27. at 12:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Fred 3 Her, 1758 S.W. 23rd St. Profrom the affair will go to the Moatzat Hapoalot. Mrs. Fred Sandk-r and Mrs. Jacob Weiss, hostesses for the noon, will be assisted by the %  %  lames Kellman. Silver, R. Miller, Albert. Fiedler. 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a. FEBRUARY 24, 1950 RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY Temple Israel (Reform*. 137 N.E. 19th St Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Rabbi Lmeritus. rJafisfi Flcrxfeigi PAGE NINETEEN hhside Jewish Center. 6231 %  Mol classes every Sunday lofiuof !"" %  • Wm Boroa, *55 L'l -t Hebrew classes under E?tf Rev. 1'hilip Fried at 6701 P'., h vve. on Mondays and [mill 4 lo 6 P m. Dade Jewish Center vative), 13630 W. Dixie Lay. North Miami. evening services at 8 p.m. nlng services at SunE0..1 i" •• m. rl Jewish Congregalion of [Gables, 2410 Ponco do Leon I (Conservative). rii ,p services at 8:30. \\ iSoldsteln will officiate. ['' < %  ,|iliat "ill be held follow.,.' %  Member! and friends s. attend. Ller-Granada Jewish Cen|5 S.W. 45th Ave. ., n Irei at 9 a.m. i Center (General), 3346 4th St. : \. .it 7:30 a.m. and 5:30 i. .nine services at 9. Shore Jewish Centex itive). 916 Everglades irse. Miami Beach (Aiti Congregation). Rev. Philip service! at 8:15 p.m. %  ..k An upon forum ,, i meg Shabbat fol,. • .: in HK services at hool at 10 a.m. at tury School. f. fleiigious Congregation. W. 2nd St. (es Saturday morning at 9:00 regation beth Tfilah (Or935 Euclid Ave.. Miami Rabbi Joseph E. Raclcu i \ Icei at fi:ni> p.m. iwi onducted both Friday .].,. guest Cantor Maurice \. w York, who will be I I : i. choir under the I c ..f Joseph Hchrelbman. 8ati v %  i s .ii B:J0, During 1 sjiti • Rabbi Rackovaky I Ui the Bel Icei and speak Practice. At 4:30 the on the Portion (Week followed by Minchas. mid .Maariv. Morning at 1 and 8 a.m. Class bn.tli it 7:30 a.m. Evening ..' 6 p in. followed by l„tu.mil Customs. Maariv --• will be conducted by nvsky. Tegation xoung Israel (0r4001 Chase Ave., Miami lay Kervlces 8 a.m., Saturdays V n 15 on weekdays; o:30 S 11 unlay Minclia at 5 'i hi Shalos Seudos. rein Israel Congreqation of (Orthodox), 4316 N.W. 7th • %  % %  %  -• rvlcei at 6 p.m.: g at 9:30 a.m. All that area are invited to Gables Jewish Center 11 Rabbi Morris A. Slcop; Joseph W. Malek; Steve organist. Palermo Ave. Jeune. services at 1:15. 1 Skoi "ApproachII w t., Treat Antirtlav in 9:46 Bar %  %  ui. son of Sir. and Klddush in patio ''• %  ins of the Bar ii.it by Sisterhood. II Wednesday at s Skop ami Joseph i inBureau of Jewish luting. Youth Groups Thursday at S:30. and Sunday It.•ii i" a.in Saturday • • \ lee at 9:45. D •r r d,, y -evening services at 8:15 nvol *?" %  '*?. £Fi n Temple Beth David, fean Gabriel, Calif., will be guest speaker. Ills sermon will he il-Vk*^' ^ M .. H J ew—." In honor of or^ln, USi -Y on th ,hc ,em l"e w" present a musical program Takinc part will be Madame Frances Sebef H A 1 "'"^' a,ld T <'mPl,h y K Gr / Uer wiM Preach on Hrotherhood and the Jewish Attitude toward MissionariesA reception will follow. Hosts will be Rabbi and Mrs. Murray Graner who will be celebrating their fourth wedding anniversary with the congregation. Saturday morning services at S:30. Rabbi (irauer will services at S:3n. Rabbi Grauer will preach on the Portion of the Week Junior Congregation ; ,t In a.m. Mincha at a:30 p.m. followed by Shalos Shudos. Sunday school lo a.m. Daily religious school 3:30 to 6:30. Dally religious services S a.m. and 5:45 p.m. Congregation Beth Jacob (OrI thodox), 301-311 Washington Ave„ Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Services will be held Friday evening at 5:45. Late Friday evening forum at .1" K.ihhl Mesiheloff will lecture on 'Modern Hasidlm." Cantor Feder will leader communal singing Saturday morning services al 8:30. Junior Congregation at 10 a.m. directed by A .1. Shafra. Mincha al 5:45 followed by Shalos Seudos Itabbi will speak on the Portion of the w.ek Dally school from 1:30 to 6:30 Monday through Ihursilav and :• a.m. to noon on Sunday, Temple Emanu-El (Reform), 1801 S. Andrews Ave.. Fort Lauderdale. Dr. Marius Ranson. Rabbi. Wellish Opens Office Here Kurt Wellish, certified public accountant, announces the opening of offices at 350 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, for the general practice of accounting with special emphasis on federal, state and local taxes. Wellish, who was born in Vienna, Austria, graduated from i the Vienna Law School with a Doctor of Jurisprudence degree in 1934. He practiced law there for four vears. With the advent OSE CREST "By-the-Sea" inuiiinif Pool • Solarium Cabanas Mr Cooled • Root Harden SIMONTON STREET AT ATLANTIC OCEAN Our Own Private Beach KEY WEST'S NEWEST—FLORIDA'S FINEST" MAX COHEN, Proprietor [TELEPHONE 1148. KEY WEST. FLORIDA of the Nazis, Wellish left* his native country and spent two years in Italy and Switzerland. Upon his arrival in America in 1940, Wellish came to Miami and has been a local resident since.. He attended the University of Miami night school and received his degree in accounting in 1947. He has been previously associated with I. B. Simkowitz and Charles B. Costar. present secretary of the state board of accounting. Wellish lives at 800 Majorca Ave.. Coral Gables. Rabbi Hanson will nnduct the service at B IS Congregation Kneseth Israel (Orthodox). 1415 Euclid Ave. Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H. Ever. Mini ha Friday at .1:4.". Oabbalaa Shabboa al I p.m. rendered by (Juest Cantor Lelbele Trainer. Saturday mornine, service al 8:80 conducted by Cantor Trainer. Rabbi Ever will begin a series of lectures on the Portion of the Week followed by Mincha at Ti p.m. and Shalos Seudos. Zmlrot and remarks by guests. Maariv to follow. Dedication of Befer Torah Sunday at 3 p.m. Dally services at s a.m ; evtning at 3:30. Daily Hebrew school from 3:30 Monday through Thursday; religious school Sunday at 10 a.m. Miami Beach Jewish community Center (Conservative). 1701 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Jacob Y. Goldrinq. Late Friday service at S:30 p.m. Itahbi Lehrman will jiroach on "Our i!lf4 to Civilization"—a Purim messane. At Saturday morning services the rabbi will preach on the Weekly Portion of the Law. Miami Hebrew School and Congregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Berele Kelemer. Friday evening services at 6:00. l.ate Friday evening forum at 8:15. Honoring Sisterhood Sabbath. Mrs Joseph Schwadron, sisterhood president wdll speak on "SisterhoodMrs. .lack Stone, will deliver the Invocation: Mrs. Herbert Feldan will speak on "Jewish -Mothers:" Mrs. Simon April On "Modern Esthers:" Mrs Edward Becker, will give the closing prayer. Oneg shabbat will follow. 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)AV FEBRUARY 24, 1950 +Je*lst>noricUajn PAGE FIFTEEN L^l Banks Had V* Earning Year ,,r n their first full year I Israel government the II owned by the Palestine %  Corporation had the 1 ning records in their I nnouncement was made r | Seiffer. secretary of ration, prior to his deter Israel today on an „ tour of-PEC's varied stmentQ. ecord of our Palestine e & Savings Bank, Ltd.. ,1 Bank of Cooperative in Palestine. Ltd., is 00 f of the cooperation government is extend; .jvate investors," Seiffer n {.,.,. %  1 bank's net profit before ,,. s 1L 52.000 as compared [,[ 000 in 1948. In addition .,,', "usual 4'; dividend on its B" Stock, the bank paid .holders an IL 30,000 %  [-vidend. b • net profit of IL 11,411 [,.. ainst IL 8928 in 1948. [c laring a 6'i dividend L !,, a 4'; one last year.. fa .mts first mortgage ling settlers to build k', Seiffer explained, while ,. iank has financed tens iltural settlements and L ., %  -. During the entire [,' • ntury of its operations, |S] never had a foreBU1 ( lion to its banking activiPEC, which was founded [j %  •_ has participated in such as land development manufacture of potash, s, plastics and textiles. Herbert H. Lehman is chairman, and Robert board chairman. Mrs. Becker, Talianoff t Will Address B & P Unit Mrs. Beverly Becker, vice presi ident of the B'nai B'rith Women's District No. 5 and George J. Talianoff, membership chairman for Greater Miami, will be principal speakers at a membership award meeting sponsored by Emma Lazarus Chapter Business and Professional Women of B'nai B'rith on Tuesday. February 28. at 8:15 p.m. at the Netherlands Hotel Coffee Shop. Highlight of the evening will be membership awards by drive chairman. Miss Miriam Goldstein, to top membership workers. The sound films •'One People" and "Songs of Friendship" will be shown. Assisting Miss Goldstein with arrangement will be Paula Horowitz. Vivian Schiffer and Dorothy Rader. Reports will be made by president, Dorothy Rader on a proposed Americanism program scheduled for March. Beaeh Zionists To Hear Segal Louis G. Segal, executive director of the Jewish National Workers' Alliance and member ol the Actions Committee of the World Zionist Congress, who jusi returned from Israel will be the guest speaker at the Luncheon Club of the Miami Beach Zionist District on Wednesday. March 1. elebrate Child's Day h'ai li r l k It L • rvance of World Jewish the children of Conn Beth El presented a program on Sunday. Feb. 7:30 p.m. in the Dora Memorial Hall. pating were Dolores ••'. Phyllis Pearl, Mickey Doris Shaberman, Lynn a, Cvnthia Goldberg. Bar:• .ley". "Frances Sternshein. hevsky, Arlene Hirsch. nd, Bernard Weiner. Sachs, Mina Iscivitz. Stanley Chertkof, Stephanie Glad( i Polin. Joe Zipper. Monroe Aleehman. n, Robert Apfel. mi g, Larry Apfel iord Balber. %  lVali U\r\ In lianee Production Marion Malakoff. daughter of i Mr. and Mrs. Milton S. Malakoff! of 735 84th St., Miami Beach. I recently participated in an im\ portant modern dance production at Reed College. Marion, who has been active in the drama and dance departmentssince she i entered Reed in 1948. did much of ; the choreography in the original I production, as well as the actual %  I dancing. The Quest, the college weekly. has also occupied Marion's time. She did the paper's rewriting and ; covered various news events of j college interest. Now working in the college public relations | i offices. Marion is a graduate of Miami Senior High School and • is planning to major in social 1 sciences. Person Sought Information is being sought of William Brams on behalf of his wife and minor daughter with whom he has failed to communicate or contribute toward .heir support since his disappearince from home in August. 1947, j as a result of which his wife is %  j currently most anxious to obtain %  contact with him in order to j learn of his iuture intentions i regarding herself and the child. Mr. Brams was born in New York on November 27. 1912. He is 5 ft. 8 in. tall, weighs 132 pounds, has black hair (partly bald), brown eyes, his right arm is shorter than his left and same cannot be raised above the elbow. He is a clerk in a jewelry store .and a watchmaker by occupation. Anyone aware of his location is requested to communicate with the National Desertion Bureau, 105 Nassau St.. New York 7, NewYork. I inioii To Appear Here Feb. 27 Jose Limon, who has been called "the finest male dancer of his time." will be seen here February 27 under the auspices of the Miami Beach YM & WHA Community Concert Series. The repertory includes works bv Limon and by Doris Humphrey, modern choreographer, who is also artistic director for the company. Featured guest artist with the company is Pauline Koner, who has always headed her own company but recently joined forces with the Limon Company and appeared with them in the second annual American dance festival at New London. Conn.. last summer. The company, made up entirely of featured soloists, includes, in addition to Limon and Pauline Koner. Lucas Hoving. Betty Jones and Ruth Currier. AS LOW AS 4% INTEREST MORTGAGE 1^ HENRY' rf. 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>A Y, PEBftWffiY-24,-WS0 jjfkin Unveiling [ %  The dedication of a monument the memory of the late Rose iifkin formerly of 2550 S.W. fcth St.. will take place Sunday \ n a.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery iith Rabbi Morris Skop officiatMrs. Rifkin is survived by br husband, two sons, one lughter and three grandchildren. rrangements are in charge of hlmer's Miami Monument ComknyFriends and relatives are Eked to attend. fate Unveiling ["The dedication of a monument s the memory of the late Elizafeth Katz. 2291 S.W. 7th St., will tke place Sunday at 2 p.m. at %  t. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi jurrav Grauer officiating. Mrs. latz is survived by her husband lamuel. Arrangements are in Jiarge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and rela|ves are asked to attend. Sylvia Kroland [The dedication of a monument t the memory of the late Sylvia troland. formerly of the Copley flaza Hotel, will be held Sunday It 1 p.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery |ith Rabbi Murray Grauer ofIciating. Arrangements are in Barge i>f Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relaives arc asked to attend the Inverting which was formerly Cheduli'd for February 12. folf Unveiling Dedication of a monument to he memory of the late Mrs. Itachcl Wolf will take place fhursday, February 23, at one I'clock at Woodlawji Cemetery jrith Rabbi Max Shapiro officiatng. Arrangements are in charge Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives Ire asked to attend. +JewlsM*>r*Uari PAGE SEVENTEEN w< W


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fewiisltUEIliDipidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY 23—NUMBER 8 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1950 PRICE: TEN CENTS Pleads For Abandonment Of ;alem Internationalization EVA, Feb. 20 (JTA)—In an hour-long speech to the ions Trusteeship Council, Aubrey S. Eban today d Israel's negative attitude toward the internationalizajrusalem. He was preceded by a Jordan representative id in a one-sentence speech—that his government is a vision worthy of the U.N." He also urged that the international body move immediately to "realize this easily available harmony." iNati ; previous views and is to discuss the Jerusalem ,an challenged the legal Trusteeship Council, p U.N. Charter, to proth implemention of the %  Assembly resolution callItluestablishment of an lonal regime in JeruSeading with the Council Ion the international statth. he said, had ceased to peal, the Israel diplomat [the possibility that Israel an would collaborate wih icil on an agreement or the protection of the aces. Jtempt to implement the statute for Jerusalem— drafted in connection U.N.'s Palestine partition of 1947—would imfce effectiveness of the rdan armistice pact and Ihus endanger the public nd security of the city, he He added that the inconsequence of an interregime would be renewal par by the Arab states. all," Mr. Eban continued pple of Jerusalem ask the phip Council in the light ory of recent months to direct to itself a | and moral question: Havunable to provide Jeruiriih a government, securilubsistence when it needed sperate urgency, can come to disturb the govsecurity and subsistence A( have consecrated with fcrifiees and toil?" challenge of the legality ouncil's task, the head of delegation at theU.N. "The Charter conferred lie General^ Assembly no [or the solution of interproblems except by I of conciliation. The Arab natives, hoping against at their audience has not le Charter recently, have med that the Charter offers rut towards implementa"i< y have asserted that the Asembly recommendave legislative effect; that larter provides means of them in case they fail consent. The Charter, of V ides absolutely noththe kind. ision of Jerusalem," Mr. sclared, "is of a Jerusalem a free people develops its y institutions, while a Nations representative, in Biquility and dignity, fulTie universal responsibility safety and accessibility of l.v Places. I believe that this UJA Mobilization Parley Set For Beach This Weekend Dinner Will Honor Rabbi M. Grauer Rabbi Murray Grauer, spiritual leader of Congregation Beth El, will be honored at a testimonial dinner on Sunday, February 26, in the Dora* August Memorial Hall. The affair, to be given by the congregation, its sisterhood and PTA, will mark the completion of four year's of the rabbi's service to his synagogue and also his fourth wedding anniversary. Among the honor guests at the dinner will be all members of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association and the presidents and executive directors of the Jewish agencies in the area. Out-of-town guests will include the rabbi's parents, Mr. and t Mrs. Julius ,Grauer, Mrs. Grauer's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Eisinger; the rabbi's uncles, Charles and Morris Gold; and Rabbi Morris Finer, executive director of the comunity service buerau of Yeshiva University, all of NewYork. Rabbi Grauer came to Congregation Beth El after having been ordained by the Yeshiva University in February, 1946. He received his elementary education at the Yeshiva Rabbi Israel Salanter, and his secondary education at the Talmudical Academy of the Yeshiva University. He is a graduate of the Teacher's Institute of the Yeshiva University and holds a Master's degree from Columbia University in the field of political science. Under the rabbi's guidance, the congregation embarked upon a building program, and erected the Beth El Center. Built along modern lines, the building contains meeting rooms, classrooms for the Talmud Torah and Sunday School, an auditorium with a seating capacity of 500 and an outdoor patio with a capacity of 700. Rabbi Grauer is a member of the Yeshiva College Alumni Association; the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary Alumni Association; the executive committee of the Bureau of Jewish Education; the board of governors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation; and the Rabbinical Council of America. A national mobilization meeting of Jewish leaders from all parts of the country to inaugurate the campaign program for the 1950 United Jewish Appeal which must meet needs in Israel, Europe. North Africa and the United States amounting to $272,455,800. will be held at the Saxony Hotel on Sunday, February 26, it was announced by Henry Morgentahu, Jr., general chairman of the United Jewish Appeal. Principal speakers at this conference will be Attorney General J. Howard McGrath and Drew Pearson, noted coumnist and radio commentator. The conference will open with a luncheon at the Saxony Hotel at 1 p.m. Morgenthau explained that the purpose of the mobilization conference would be to "establish standards for the 1950 campaign, on whose outcome depends the future of hundreds of thousands of Jews who have been brought to Israel during the past year and hundreds of thousands of others who are still in the Moslem lands and Eastern Europe who look to American Jews for a new future." Sixty-seven Miamians and winter residents have been invited to attend the meet. Among them are Jack Ablin, Mrs. Louis Altschul. Mrs. Maurice Baskin, Samuel Beckerman, Sam Blank, Harry Bloomberg, Edward Broidy, Edward A. Cohen, Charles Cohen. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Danbaum. Jack Dubinsky, A. C. Fine, Frank Frankel, Sam Friedland. Charles Fruchtman, Julius Gaines. Max Gerber, Dr. Simon Gerber. Moses Ginsberg. Abe Goodman, Dr. United Palestine Appeal, the Joint Morris Goodman, Al Gottesman. I Distribution Committee and the Dr. S. Gottlieb, Mrs. Jennie^ U nted Service for New Am Grossinger. Maurice Gusman, Harry Horowitz, Walter Jacobs. Benjamin Kane, Samuel Katz, Sam Kay, Morris Klass. William Glick. Milton Malakoff, Harold Landfield, Isidore Leviton, J. cans. Having recently returned from a tour of Israel, Mr. Morgenthau pointed out that Israel can take care >l its own normal needs, but that the Jewish State "cannot be Gerald Lewis, Marcie Liberman.' expected to carry the tremendous Sam Luby, Sam Magid, Baron de burden of receiving and absorbing Hirsch^ Meyer. I. L ; Mintzer, Jos-i the refugees who are streaming to its shores at the rate of more than 12,000 a month." It is the responsibility and obligation of American Jews to provide the funds through the eph N. Morris, Harry Mufson. Mrs. Louis Nelson, Max Orovitz. Albert Pick, Milford Purcell. Joseph A. Richter, Joseph M. Rose, Harold Salvey, Dan B. Rus^ a \ T r C ^ ISS2&* te United Jewish Apepal to make it Schine, M. B. Shanberg, Harry Sirkin, Jacob Sher, Wiliam D. Singer, Joseph R. Stein, Arthur A. Ungar, Carl Weinkle. Mitchell Wolfson, Jacob Ziskind, Joseph Weinberg, Joseph Weintraub and Myron Weiss. possible for a minimum of 150.000 new immigrants to be transferred and settled in Israel during the current year, he said. In addition, he continued, United Jewish Appeal funds are needed to provide assistance for tens of thousands The United Jewish Appeal J among the 800,000 Jews who are raises funds for the progress of j still in Moslem countries and to immigration and settlement in rehabilitate 250,000 Jews in Israel; for relief and rehabilitai Europe. With regard to refugee tion among Jews in North Africa immigration in the United States, and European countries; and for he said that the United Jewish the adjustment of refugees who Appeal must support the adjustf ind a haven in the United States, ment of 25.000 newcomers who The agencies which carry on these are expected to arrive here before humanitarian activities are the the end of the year. A CHAT WITH THE PRESIDENT Rabbi Murray Grauer Jackson J. Holiz of Boston. Mass., national commander of tlie Jewish War Veterans of the United States of America, is shown with President Truman during a recent visit to the White House. Commander Holtz expressed the JWV's appreciation to the President for his efforts in behalf of civil rights and liberalized 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. itial Meeting Of Central Recreational Organization Is Held has been described as the most far-reaching and lental developments in the of the Greater Miami comunity" took place last lay evening when the meeting of the Central tional Organization was the headquarters of the Jr Miami Jewish Federation. new organization is the )wth of a survey on recreaand leisure time facilities community. Reporting on aekground of this survey, Kaplan said that it reprethe combined thinking of icies engaged in leisure activities. He credited the Welfare Board with "inBe aid" in sending Elias % y to direct the study and announced that the Federation board of governors had allocated $26,000 for the establishment of the new agency. "This is an historic moment in our community," Kaplan said, "for tonight there is coming into being an organization which represents planned and thoroughly integrated community action, an organization which will provide the maximum amount of service in the leisure time field for the amount of money expended." Kaplan said that the survey which recommended the central unit required more than 35 separate committee and subcommittee meetings. He disclosed that the report has already been accepted by 14 organizations, including Miami Jewish Community Center, Miami Beach Y M& WHA. North Shore Jewish Center, First Jewish Congregation of Coral Gables, Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish Center. Flagler-Granada Jewish Center. Zionist Youth Commission. Congregation Beth El, North Dade Jewish Center, West Miami Jewish Center, Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. As outlined by Kaplan, the central agency will consist of one representative for every 250 members of the organizations, with a minimum of two for each and a maximum of five. In addition there will be two representatives from the B'nai B'rith and Zionist youth groups, from synagogues housing or conducting leisure time programs and from the Bureau of Jewish Education, Mount Sinai Hospital, Jewish Home for the Aged and the National Children's Cardiac Home. Carl Weinkle, who was in charge of the survey, was named temporary chairman of the new group and Mrs. Ethel Machtey was chosen temporary secretary. Selected to serve on the group's constitutional committee were Leon Kaplan, chairman, Morton Beigel, S. A. Goodman. Gus Jacobson. Max R. Silver. Mrs. Milton Sirkin, Maurice Grossman, Louis Schwartzman. On the personnel committee are Max Meisel, chairman, Leon Kaplan, Milton Sirkin, Rabbi Murray Grauer, Ada Scheiner, Carl Weinkle, Morton Beigel, Max R. Silver, Melvin Pazol and Wiliam Kneapler. Members of the nominating committee include Milton Sirkin. chairman, Mrs. Alfred Mamlet, Ben Essen. Herman Feldman. Mrs. Louis Glasser, William Singer, William Kneapler, Mrs. Carl Susskind, Abe Goodman, Leo Scheiner and Sam Seitlin. Public relations committee is composed of M. J. Kopelowitz, chairman and A. J. Kaplan. The organization, which will be incorporated as a non-profit unit, will supervise budgeting and staff, while the local agencies will remain autonomous in conducting program, according to Stanley C. Myers, chairman of the Federation's community planning committee. First priority will go to suburban area.



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FEBRUARY 24, 1950 +j**Milbrimam PAGE TWENTY-ONE ,i Kronish Is rtl Ilrandeis Jarship Head [ n t of Rabbi Leon I hairman of the I, p institute scholar1 has been anAlfred Mamlet, %  : Miami I -,-:on. I Mowing the anY Kronish reare now 1 the institute. 1 between the I e eligible." he %  wever. the important ft to serve the A vibrant pera mic leadership templed with an interest I nmunity life and Kairs are necessary." L is so arranged as i,. ; pportunities for. irk and .vcreation, the [plained. Courses are %  ••Jewish Life and ProbIthe American Scene;" lot Israel;" 'Principles of fTheuiy and Practice of \ hievements and 1 "Principles of jprk." Two hours dailyEd t.i group singing and |l: >n there are is. seminars. In of p..pers and proTwell as workshops in grafts, leadership techjramming. Jfrom the systematic Hiich will be conducted JBneiit staff of competent fc. Rabbi Kronish coninstitute will have a J visiting lecturers, each Ig in his field. Evenings tvoted to a social proluding singing, dancing, land camp-fire. This is by the campers them|h the assistance of the andeis Camp Institute ^hree camps located in Penn.. HendersonIC. and Santa Susana, |t may be obtained to the Zionist Youth kn, 235 Lincoln Road, Ich or calling 58-4643. Jewish DP's Id Here In 1950, president Discloses blem confront-.-. Communir the minimum displaced per%  cted to come Si ti during 1950 them, denger, president for New tl informal talk local Jewish ? Restaurant on f". wh i was recently ad of L'SN'A. is on a I an cities in behalf %  animation. Itcd i^t that it costs p mately SI,000 per I I time the refugees his cuntry until they and absorbed by the In communities. Jing was presided over p. Singer, president of Among those present • Monte Selig, Mrs. | Myers. Herbert E. f"is Klass. Bernard piiy Kaufman. Mrs. Tjner Meyers. Sidney %  Charles Cohen. Miss fi" and Max Gettinger. Mrs. Gershon Miller will launch a new series of stories for Jewish youth on Sunday, February 26, at 7:45 a.m. over station WMIE. The series will consist of stories of biblical and Jewish content, especially designed for young listeners. The programs are sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education of Greater Miami. Beach Auxiliary Flans Luncheon Plans are being formulated by the Miami Beach Women's Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged for a luncheon and games party to be held Tuesdav. February 28, at noon at Mendelsohn's Lincoln Manor, according to Mrs. Benjamin Appel, president. Proceeds will go to the Sidney Appel Memorial Fund, which provides necessarv medical supplies for the home residents. Mrs. Samuel Hoffman and Mrs. Helene Greenberg. co-chairmen, will accept reservations until Sunday. February 26. efm Advance Fee ltoc|uired At A-l In a city where almost everv •yment agencv requires an mce deposit before sending an applicant to a prospective j which does not. This A-l Employment Service 51 N.E. 5th St.. which has be ated by Al Meidenberg for the past tl ,,rs. "Regai the fact that our law permits advance fees," lenberg says. Til get out of the business before I start taking from people who are hungrv and need a job. Let 'em pay me later." Meidenberg states that he relies completely upon the integrity of the employer and emplovee to see that his agency is paid for bringing job-seeker and job together. The employee client is asked to sign an agreement to pay onehalf of his first week's "salarv. Meidenberg reveals. This may be | done in two weekly installments. : It is further understood that the employer will deduct the amounts from the salary and remit this to the agency, if the employee should fail to live up to his obligations. There is no charge to the employer, Meidenberg says, and many employers, including the Chamber of Commerce, have accounts with A-l. The manner in which Meidenberg has been operating the agency has brought commendations from community leaders, newspaper columnists, labor union leaders, and has won a host of clients for him. "After careful investigation among employers and employees." Sam Foor, inspector. Workmen's Compensation Division, Florida Industrial Commission, wrote. "I find that both have the highest praise for your fair dealings. Your organization is a real asset to Dade County and to the State of Florida." Occasionally meidenberg fails to get his fee—when employee or employer do not come through or when the job folds up or the employee proves unfit, but nevertheless he prefers to risk the occasional loss rather than adopt the policy of charging in advance. Joel Cohen To Speak Joel Cohen will speak on "Israel and World Jewry'' at a meeting of the Histadruth,. L'Tarbuth Tvrith on Sunday. i February 26, at 3 p.m. at the i Spinoza Forum. 124 11th St., ftfi• ami Beach. 2 FAMOUS NAMES FEATURED BY WOLPERT'S Al Meidenberg Council Women To Meet March 1 The National Council of Jewish Women. Miami Section, will hold a meeting on Wednesday. March 1. at 1:30 p.m. at the Shore Club Hotel. 1901 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach, according to Mrs. Aaron Farr, president. The program, under the direction of Mrs. Nathaniel Levin, social welfare chairman, will deal with "Today's View of the Exceptional Child." Guest speakers will be Mrs. Elsie Delaney. principal of the Riverside Elementary School; Mrs. Rose Weiss, president of the Cerebral Palsy Council; and Mrs. Mildred Labuzan. director of the Happy Home School. A visual demonstration under the direction of Miss Florence Satozsky, physiotherapist of the Dade County Sosiety for Crippled Children, will illustrate the manner in which handicapped pupils from these schools can benefit from this educational program. Living Room Furniture and GENERAL ^ ELECTRIC Appliances FURNITURE Co. 1200 Coral Way Brotherhood Service To Be Held In Hollywood In celebration of Brotherhood' Week, the Jewish Community | Center of Hollywood is sponsoring | a Brotherhood Sabbath service Friday at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig. spiritual leader of the center, will conduct the special service and introduce i Dr. William Munson, associate j professor of history at the Unii versity of Miami, who will speak on "Some Origins of Prejudice." Dr. Munson. who will be wel-! corned by President Dan Tannen ; and officers of the Jewish Community Center, is on the board of the National Conference of Christians and Jews. Center Sponsors Music Circus On March 15 The Miami Jewish Community Center has taken over half of the house of the Music Circus for the group's closing production. "The Red Mill." on Wednesday evening. March 15. according to announcement by Max R. Silver, president. Tickets are now available and may be obtained by calling Mrs. Nathan Dubler, chairman, at 3-3956. Proceeds will go to the center. Assisting Mrs. Dubler are the Mesdames Max Silver. Leon Kaplan and Herman Mintzer. GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE STORE FRONT — PLATE and WINDOW GLASS Furniture Tops, BeTeled Mirrors and ResiWering Our Specialty L. & G. Glass and Mirror Works 136 S.W. 8th St. PHONE 3-4834 MORRIS ORLIN LOUIS GERBER Will Mark Music Month In observance of Jewish Music Month, Temple Israel will present a musical program at services this Friday evening. Participants will be Frances Sebel, guest soloist, formerly soloist at Temple Emanu-El and Free Synagogue, New York City; Sarah Carney, local violinist, member of the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra; the Temple Israel Choir, directed by Frances Tarboux. organist and including Mary. Davies. R. Watson Dutton. Barbara Ehart and Emory Krieger. Spinoza Forum Will Mark Brotherhood Week The Spinoza Outdoor Forum will observe Brotherhood Week on Saturday afternoon at 3 p.m. at the home of Dr. Abraham Wolfson, 124 11th St., Miami Beach. The Rev. Edward W. Ullrich, minister of the Robertson Memorial Evangelical and Reform Church, will address the gathering and Dr. Edward Wilber will preside. On Tuesday at 8:30 p.m. Charles H. Lee will give the sixth in his series on "The Heavens and the Earth." ACH kill iimiiii IIIIIIIIIIIIIII K ii in! iliimil i.,||.. % %  inn LINDA BRANDS, Inc. Exclusive Distributors of the Famous KOSHER ZION Delicatessen Products Suggest for your health, for your satisfaction demand "KOSHER ZION" Products, under the supervision of Rabbi Sholem Gcdalia 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 cd 12 Si. 5th St.. 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W5S&5 PAGE FOURTEEN *Je*irt Fkridiar FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2 <. U Audio-Visual Exhibit Is Set For Monday Night A unique F-. -" • %  "" Festival." audi tration. L:h. rty City Chapi Veterai Pa:: i ussi< n on "B Through Audi -V \ be Miss Marii R T '.%  Eton S '.: G E. Gravi tt F Rite r f< ss r < f education, Unh onri G • :' I I • %  Flo: ida regional Ant:-Detion Leagu t B'ns. B'rith. Balkin will v m nsl I of films, lion • rdings ai I materials f : ivanc ing human relati ns iiw ill sh •'. %  thi I6mn f:lrr "Boundary Lines" 35mn strip "None So Blind." and will play the recordings "Little Songs on Big Subjects," Songs of Fr:endsh;p"' and "Little Songs About U. N." and the radio transcription "Seasonal Timber" in the "Lest We Forget—Stories To Remember" series. Vacancies Filled • %  Elections to fill vacancies in leadership of the Hollywood B'nai B'rith Youth Organization were held last week. Named to office were Barbara Samuels, recording secretary; Marilyn Fosman, corresponding secretary; Esther Zinn. treasurer: Sid Simon, sergeantat-arms. Selected to represent the group in the Queen Esther contest sponsored by the Broward County Jewish War Veterans were Sheilah Bohrer. Isabel Cohen. Maxine Diamond. Marilyn .sman, Dorothy McCloskey, Barbara Samuels and Esther Zinn. Miami Beach Chamber Sponsors Slogan Contest Slogan writers and people handy at turning a neat phrase are being •d an opportunity to win S100 in cash and other valuable prizes m a slogan contest sponsored by the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce. The winning in is being sought for use in • % %  '. ti n with the 35th anni>t the city of Miami which will be celebrated :.: In :..• : qualify for con-' sub1210 Fifth St. no -•frill* Reviews Yiddish Play %  '.-%  : and n: of the si It S : : M S< Art Theai -I n and pi thelol : J< s nol ..: ; %  Q. in it -loving Ame: \ :-... nsl tions tght -• ::t:es. '• play carries i pangs of mis of a poor Jewis a host::o envii nment st iry of a Je-.v:sr. student .-.Gentile friend and what hai to each when thej I for the period .:' ally, in the end, the conclusion is that "it's Hard to Be a Jew." Although it was dificult to accept a young man's role being j played by an actress, the entire company excelled in their per-, formance. The high points in the production were the toast offered by David Shapiro, portrayed by Maurice Schwartz, when he called for the fulfillment of Isaiah's prophecy for peace on earth and, the stirring rebuke given by his daughter, played by Charlotte | Goldstein, to one of the students who advocated assimilation as the way out of the Jews' dilemna. Bertha Gerstein, in the role of I Sarah. David's wife, was a realistic prototype of the oldfashioned Jewish mother. As Ivan Ivanov. the Gentile student, and Samuel Schneirson. his Jewish buddy, Anatole Winogradoff and Gustav Berger. seemed somewhat mature for their roles but. nevertheless, performed admirablv.— M.S.M. _^_ Pioneer Women Hold Donor Council of Pioneer Women of Greater Miami held its eleventh annual donor dinner on Sunday at Mendelsohn's Lincoln Manor with Mrs. Rosemary Gerson Kaplan, president, presiding. Mrs. Israel Goldstein, national sident of the organization, who flew down especially for the nt. was principal speaker. She ke at length of the work of the M latzat Hapoalot. Pioneer Women's sister organization in Israel. On the program with Mrs. Goldstein were Mrs. Max Shapiro, Mrs. Sol Kamin, Rabbi Leon Kronish and Mrs. Kaplan, who rendered the musical portion of the program. Be-iard Pallant Pallanl Opens Insurance Agency Bernard Pallant. a veteran ol 15 years experience in the insurance field, announces the opening of the Pallant Insurance Agency, Insurance Exchange Building, 901 N.E. 2nd Ave.. room 401. The new enterprise handles all lines of business and personal insurance, according to Pallant. who has operatea agencies in Newark. N. J. and New York City. A resident of this area for over ten years. Pallant lives at 4590 North Michigan Ave.. Miami Beach. DE SOTO HOTEL AND HEALTH RESORT A Modern, Steamheated. Fireproof Hotel. All Room* with Private Bath or Shower. Elevator and Telephone Service. Physiotherapy — mil. sage — colonies — mineral baths and allied treatments. Special diets for those in need. A Friendly Hotel with Reasonable Rates: $60 to 70 Per Week, Per Person. American Plan. SAFETY HARBOR, FLA. Phone: Clearwater 3-2367 < TONIGHT KENNEL CUi W. Fi*fr Si. si 37ji, A..* STEAM-HEATED GUrNKpggjjgl Red Cross Sabbath Set WAS N". D. 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^v FEBRUARY 24, 1950 +JBB&tkg*m*tl PAGE THIRTEEN Between You and Me" [V. By BORIS SMOLAR .'opynght, 1948, Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Inc.) [EL AFFAIRS: that Jerusalem has pracbeen proclaimed the f Israel in a resolution jj, •. | by the Israel governI, the parliament, it can I, A that the decision to • rerusalem was not taken u Cabinet ... It was i ,. of a short but serious i the government i Ben Gurion had ..ted a return to .;• other Cabinet ted The three jters and Dov r of Supply, were •. ing from Tel Aviv of Finance Eliozer n ly s B I b R E i %  j. In sed it on economy Minister of Justice • advised caution which the Soviet i d at the United -ting on the intern if Jerusalem has ity into what had :ig time a heavy I :n Israel-Cominns •. Israel's policy I, t ward the East has, ; : the hostile Russian i.splaced by a coni im to attack and i The period of ; -walking between '.'.' %  -• is now over in no one except the • is very sorry about Russia has thus lost i idwill in Israel. deal of official friendI not gain the goodA.ab governments she These governments r he pro-Russian and in ••..nuing as before to rms from the West. • V AFFAIRS: -i xisting need for a book • artists has now been illi The Philosophical I n New York has pubvolume. "Jewish Artists I and20th Centuries." duates the contribution ;• by Jewish painters : • rs of international The author. Karl is best qualified to a book because he is few historians there is art ... He was the I the Jewish Art Museum ny and is now the head Aviv Art Museum si nts the many asvicissitudes of the tist from the moment of' ISTEN TO THE CULTURAL IISH FORUM RADIO HOUR SVERY SATURDAY NIGHT FROM 7:30 TO 9 P.M. OVER STATION WWPB 14S0 on the Dial >i.-ected and Announced by his entrance upon the world stage, some 150 years ago Thus we find here chapters on Moritz Oppenheim and Mark Antokolskv Jozef Israels and Mauricv Gottlieb. Camille Pissarro and Amedeo Modigliana. Samuel Hirszenberg and Max Liebermann. Hermann Struck and Joseph Schatz and Henry Glicenstein And. of course, we find chapters on Jacob Epstein. Jacques Lipschitz. Marc Chagall. Issachar Ryback. Moise X -;:r.u Chaim Soutine There is also a chapter on Jewish artists in the United States where attention ;s | paid by the author t.i Max Weber I Abraham Walkowitz. Louis Lozowick, William dropper and other 1 well-known Jewish masters of I graphic and plastic art NeedI less to say. a portion of the book is devoted *o modern artists now living in Israel. Letters To The Editor DOMESTIC AFFAIRS: A. B. Glazerof of New York recently contributed S2.000 to the Jewish Morning Journal for tr.e Israeli Children's Fund. The money was given in memory of his son, above, a student al the now going on in all maj organizations in this country Staffs are being reduced and; projects are being curtailed The Joint Distribution Committee. the American Jewish Committee and a number of other organizations have eliminated from their programs a number of publication which they published, or planned to publish The JDC has also closed its regional offices in Cleveland Chicago and Los Angeles, thus reducing the personnel of its Department of Community Service and Information The American Zionist Council and the ZOA are similarly losing members of their staffs The United Service for NewAmericans is contemplating a drastic reduction in its staff The American Jewish Congress and the office of the World Jewish Congress long ago undertook staff reductions ... In the JDC. the 40 staff members of the Community Service Department .and the Publicity Department have been Unirersity of Miami, who was enchment is killed while figh^n Italy The I -; ^ ^^ Jew najor Jewish young man. 19 years old at the | partic pa!e in the ho v cauje young time of his death, was a squad leader in the Army. His remains, recently returned from Italy, were interred in Beth El cemetery in New Jersey on January 19. Services were held in Tremont Temple, Bronx. Dear Sir: In 1901. great visionaries organized the Jewish National Fund, whose aim was and is to acquire land m Israel (then Palestine'. Until recently, land was acquired from non-Jewish owners from time to time as it i was obtainable and money avail] able. Now we are confronted with a providential situation. Thousj ands of Arabs have fled the land of Israel and. although not res dents of the state, are nevertheless, the rightful owners of most' of the land of Israel. The lands | are held in custody by the Israel:' government. Our people have at no time acquired any of their ssessions in Palestine with ... .: snd. under no cir...r.ees. will they attempt to now. If that land is to be used by the d:>; harassed I and penniless Jews wf the DP I camps and Yemen, the Jews of the world must produce the funds which to acquire it. On Feoruary 25 and 26. the [Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami is having T.ij. to of the redemption of the Holy Land On the street, in your h.imes or in places of amusement, when you see anyone with the Jewish National Fund Blue Box, do not pass him by. A dollar bill will not affect your standard of living but will do a great deal to help buy the land for those who will live on it and cultivate it. LEON J. ELL. Need Help in a Hurry?—Call M EMPLOYMENT SERVICE wniu and Colored Hlp Pnomi l-Sl't — •-(727 51 N. 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