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The Jewish Floridian ( March 3, 1950 )

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fewiislbJEJIiOJPidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY -NUMBER 9 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1950 PRICE: TEN CENTS IMBINED JEWISH APPEAL OPENS Y-WIDE SOLICITATION SUNDAY ^Someone 9 At The Door, Mother." Yes and she's a very important visitor She comes In a message of interest from your sisters and brothers in xel, in Europe, in North Africa .. and right here at home ... these Jewish children, and their mothers and fathers, who id your help ... are really your sisters and brothers ... And can help them ... by inviting into your house this emissary | the 1950 Combined Jewish Appeal who'll be ringing your jrbell in the next few days She (or he) is doing a grand trudging dozens of blocks telling and re-telling the ^ry of the FIFTY VITAL CAUSES supported by the 1950 Comaed Jewish Appeal... Please listen to her words and send her ray with a generous gift and a blessing on her lips. kws—Miamians—Americans 1st Not Fail"—Dam Raskin If us who were present at the National Mobilization lof the United Jewish Appeal held last Sunday, were Ihe magnificent response by the leaders of American £ %  plea made by Henry Morgenthau as general chairman |As man after man stood up and announced the advance s of their communities and, in addition to this, made %  ersonal contributions, I was supremely gratified at this inition of the responsibility we, as American Jews, have leligionists in Israel, Europe and North Africa. Iroud and happy when our President Bill Singer stood lunced the advance contribution of $250,000 for Greater I I thought, was a splendid gesture and a fitting way to [own Combined Jewish Appeal. mpaign begins officially next Sunday. Our goal ire need this money for 50 vital Jewish causes, of which esented "by local agencies. We are just over the 50 irance contributions as we enter the general solicitation |nake r thU urgent appeal to the Jewish community at Ispond generously and adequately to this humanitarian \s Jews—as Miamians—as Americans—as human beings not permit this campaign to fail. Judge Morris Rothenberg Opening gun in the 1950 Combined Jewish Appeal will be sounded at a kick-off meeting Sunday at 10 a.m. at the Mayfair Theatre. Over 1,000 men and women have been invited to the conference, which will launch the house-to-house phase of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's twelfth annual campaign. Immediately after the meeting 800 workers enrolled in the metropolitan unit will "take to the streets," in the words of Dan B. Ruskin, chairman of the drive, to ring the door bell of every known Jewish householder. Goal for the 1950 appeal is $1,481,146 needed to provide Greater Miami's share of the minimum requirements of some 50 humanitarian and welfare causes. Principal speaker will be Judge Morris Rothenberg, president of the Jewish National Fund of America, former president of the Zionist Organization of America and national chairman of the United Palestine Appeal. The New York jurist, who is a member of the actions committee of the World Zionist Organization, has been a delegate to numerous World Zionist Congresses. In addition, he has visited Palestine several times and only recently returned from an extensive tour of Israel. With Gov. Herbert Lehman, Louis Marshall and Felix M. Warburg, Judge Rothenberg helped to incorporate the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee and has served as a member of its executive committee since its inception. The judge received the U. S. Treasury Silver Medal Award for his part in leading an effort resulting in the sale of $20,000,000 Victory Loan Bonds during World War II. Sunday morning's meeting will be opened by Ruskin, who will introduce the following heads of solicitation units: Sam Blank, pace settera; Carl Weinkle, Arthur Ungar, Jack Ablin, Jacob Sher, Samuel Friedland, initial gifts; Abraham Goodman, Herbert E. Scher, special gifts; Howard Kane, special assignments; Leo Chaikin. Aaron Kanner, trades; Jack Ablin, Jack Dubinsky, David Phillips, winter residents; Joseph M. Rose, Harry Sirkin. hotel; Mrs. Carl Weinkle, women; Mrs. Louis Glasser, metropolitan; Gilbert Kappaport, young adult; Fred Berkowitz, youth The film, "Day of Deliverance, produced by the Joint Distribution Committee, will be shown. On the eve of the opening of the house-to-house solicitation, Ruskin announced that $767,086 has already been pledged. Of this sum the hotel unit has raised $82112 or 27% of its $300,000 quota; trades, $451,073 or 45% of its $933,800 quota; winter residents, $182 861 or 62% of its quota of $292,000; women, $51,040 or 43% of its $118,000 goal. Ruskin reported that the figures include monies brought in by pace setters, initial gifts, special gifts, and that other units have not yet begun solicitation. • Workers' report meetings will be held at Kaplan Hall of Temple Israel at 8 p.m. on Tuesday, March 7; Monday, March 13; Thursday, March 16; Monday, March 20. %  ^ %  • The campaign will wind up with a victory breakfast on Sunday, March 26, at a place to be designated. .. %  ; .. In addition to national and overseas agencies the following local units benefit from the drive: Mt. Sinai Hospital, the Jewish Home for the Aged, the Bureau of Jewish Education, the Refugee Resettlement Service of the Jewish Social Service Bureau, the Miami Beach YM & WHA, the Miami Jewish Community Center, the Baron de Hirsch Loan Fund, the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth and the Miami Section of the National Council of Jewish Women. Iry Situation In Israel Tense, kCrewman Reveals Here |ven if she were ecoaound. would have an believable task in at[ to rehabilitate the 1 thousands of refugees sought haven within arie, but she is now |to gird herself for anwith the Arabs." the words of the Rev. lley Grauel, a young I minister, who served unteer crew member world-famed illegal kip, "Eoxdus, 1947." A writer, lecturer and radio commentator, as well as a churchman, the young man is in Miami.to speak in behalf of the United Jewish Appeal. He recently returned from a visit to Israel. The military situation there is desperate," he says. "All the surrounding countries have received armament, planes, equipment, deliberately designed for use against the young Jewish nation. The Rev. Grauel, who made a dramatic report to the United (Continued on Page 4) Israel Receiving American Weapons WASHINGTON, (JTA)Sources close to the State Department this week revealed that Israel has been receiving American weapons since the United Nations lifted the Middle East arms embargo last August. Americans tanks have already been delivered at Haifa, they said. This information was disclosed in connection with a reported appeal by the Israel government to (Continued on Page 4) Premier To Broaden Coalition Cabinet JERUSALEM, (JTA)— Further efforts to broaden the coalition Cabinet were made this week by Premier David Ben Gurion who received a delegation of the Progressive Party, headed by Dr. Abraham Granet (Granovsky). The delegation presented the Progessives' views on the proposed inclusion in the Cabinet of the left-wing Socialist Mapam Party and the Cenertla General Zionist Party. The delegation emphasized that the Progressive Party is gravely concerned over official acceptance of the existing multiple educational system. The Israel Ministry of Education now recognizes for school systems: the general, the Socialist, the Mizrachi religious system and the ultra-Orthodox Agudah system. According to the latest decision of the Cabinet, a referendum on education will be held m the immigrant camps to permit parents to choose the type of school they wish for their children. (Continued on Page 4) an Campaigners Pnsh 195 Drive To Goal Of $1,481,146 ... uuukU David -Phillip* |umkin Jack AUtn %  tin. Sri *•""•" w ~,v Kemucita Initial Qlfta-atnd ,. r hn Co-Chn. |n Chn. Winter ResMeota Women a cnn. Hr*r t. Sober William H -i W r ,-_ i_uinOfM— Special


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' 1 PAGE TWO LmUtflcridiari FRIDAY.jARCH a 77/ Say... When the angel of death intrudes, the daily routine, the urge of business, the round of pleasures are rudely interrupted. What seemed important the day before becomes trivial or meaningless. A chill descends upon the bereaved family. The contemplative person is suddenly confronted by the unanswerable riddle, the mystery of life and death. Consolation o/ Religion Up to the burial, a kind of numb expectation prevails; a feeling that something must be done. But the return from the cemetery find the family morale at a low ebb. The home appears desolate. One feels a void. The missing one cannot be replaced. This is the time for friends to comfort and console. Here Orthodox Judaism comes in 19 bolster the depressed spirit. No less than ten adults are required for religious service. The lonely house seems filled with people. The menfolk take part in the ritual. The women are cheered by the sound of vibrant voices, by the rhythm of prayer. Relatives feel in some subtle way that the Kaddish brings a message to the deceased. The Minyan The Minyan is the master stroke of traditional Judaism. It explains the mysterious survival of a scattered people without an organized church, without a hierarchy, or even a professional priesthood. It was the genius of Pharisee Judaism to devise the unit of ten males, who can. on the spot, improvise a living organism, a lay Synagogue that functions without Rabbi or priest. For 18 centuries, the Minyan has been the portable Jewish state. The house of mourning is transformed into a prayer chapel. The bereaved family become members and worshipers; they are thus identified with the living stream, rather than lost in grief and sorrow. The minyan bears the earmark of a great yet simple idea. Its effectiveness is demonstrated when traveling in distant lands. On one occasion. I supplied the 10th member to an incomplete minyan in Haiti. Obsolete Usages It is regrettable, however, that a rigid Orthodoxy • insists on preserving certain obsolete minhagim that Rites And Customs For the Orthodox Dead By HARRY SIMONHOFF modern age. Why do these barnacles hng to the ship of Judaism? They tend o,,U to reduce" the somber dignity of Orthodoxy to For example: Recently my father, on fell into a gentle sleep. was alive. As I The Funeral The funeral ceremony is simple, yet dignif H the absurd. the verge of his 89th year We could not determine whethei r reached to eel himpulse and listen for heart beats, an X pious Rabbi slopped me. It is forbidden to touch a person expiring (goses). Why. „,,„„, After the doctor's pronouncement, the zealous Rabbi decreed that the body must lie on the floor But it seems to be against the din to move a co.p.e on the Sabbath (muktsa). So the.Rabbi wartadItoa legal fiction. A loaf of bread was placed on the body The corpse and bread were moved simultaneously. This hokus-pokus appeared ludicrous even at such a solemn moment. Then again why must the bod> he on the floor? Judaism puts great stress on human dignity. Wouldn't it be more dignified tc.let > the dead remain in bed? Yet throughout the Sabbath, the bodv had to lie on the floor until a hearse came to carry it to the Gordon Funeral Home. Isn t that treating the human corpse like the carcass ot a beast? The Tahara After this bit of nonsense, the Orthodox rites rise to a loftv plane. The body is cleansed, purified, and sanctified. It is wrapped in a simple white shroud. The fcitel used on Yom Kippur covers the shroud. The deceased is then clad with the talith he wore in life. There my father lay in a wooden unadorned coffin, head covered by the full sized white Yarmuka worn on high holidays, a venerable figure with a snow white beard ana sereni < xpression. a veritable picture out of the Old Testament, a sight to be cherished by his family and friends. But again the tal intervenes. The body must not be seen. Once the lid of the coffin is closed, it should under no circumstances be opened. Then why go to the trouble of washing, dressing, preparing a noble sight. What harm is there in having relatives preserve a picture of reverence and holiness, which they will never forget. psalm, a short eulogy, and the El Molah r>'n"l K When chanted with feeling and restrai t ""• 1 medieval lament is moving as it is melanch l "H other religion has anything quite as touching. LM passing the Synagogue, the cortege ston? S?i Hazkara is repeated in frpnt of thp lit ..., u....'1*1 Hazkara is repeated in frpnt of the lit UD hi.u'^1 At the open grave, a psalm is recited. Member* if "EH family have their outer garment rent as thpv 1 nounce Baruch Dayen Ernes. The masculine ml pr "l then recite the Kaddish. The effect of thi* T'H es analysis. There "^ rather a glorificatlj eternal. Yet nothing J tenacious hold over ti. popular imagination. Some even say that Kaddwh • 1 responsible for the preservation of Judaism Judaism maintains such a tenacious hold over 8 tS 1 jven sav th;.t K • responsible The Burial An irreverent practice has sprung up ii m urnea, 'f, the dead As the service concludes, the clergy, the mourn* 1 and the congregants walk away and leave the dearH the open grave. The Negro diggers, at their leisuwi cover the coffin with sod. This procedure seenij unfeeling and disrespectful. The human body shod be decently interred and not abandoned as a dead animal. People who come all the way to the cemeterv do not mind waiting another few minutes. Thk abuse should be corrected. Orthodoxy insists on the plainest kind of %  coffin, without metallic gadgets. But undertaken get around the simple intent of the din by convertiM the unpainted box into a casket of polished wood And since it is a pity to mar its gloss, they encassl the coffin with an outer box. Orthodox practice frowns upon this innovation. The Rabbis at the funeral protested vigorously against this infraction, J Harry Gordon, who is meticulous about Orthodox ritual, should not use the double coffin. The bereaved] find out too late. The Jewish rites for the dead stress purity and sanctity. If some absurd usages could be eliminated,) they would again assume the simple democrat*] dignity of bygone days. This action scene at Gulfstream Park wil be repeated daily during the coming season. March 4 through April 20. The beautiful "Track by the Sea" is playing host to more than 700 horses as the cream of the thoroughbred colony prepares to furnish outstanding sport through the 41 days of Spring racing. Beth David To Present Minstrel After weeks of rehearsing and planning, the Beth David Sisterhood and Congregation will piesent a ministrel show Sunday and Monday, March 12 and 13, at 8 p.m. at Miami Community'Center. The cast is made up of professional and local talent under the direction of Charimen Libby Fisfer and Edward Safer. Tickets are now available at the Beth David office. 135 N.W. 3rd Ave., and by contacting the ticket chairman, Mrs. Max Bergman, 3-5837. Proceeds will go toward the completion of the new Beth David. The Purim festival which the congregation and affiliated groups are sponsoring at the new synaj gogue site will continue through Sunday night with the exception of the Sabbath. COLORED MAIDS GOOD DAY WORKERS $5.00 ACE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 127 N.E. 1st Ave. Ph. 2-7619 I'l HIM HOLIDAY SALE On the Finest in KOMI! It MB VIS & rill II it v at SAM BRASLA WSKY'S Meat and Poultry Market 1675 Vi ALTON ROAD We Carry Only the Choicest Grade YOUR PERSONAL INSPECTION INVITED FOR FREE DELIVERY SERVICE CALL 5-7944 '00 BRAKES 2SHB tk is the time of year when brakes need extra attention and expert Servicing Consult Our Brake Specialists August Bros. 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%  >pv MARCH 3. 1950 + k*isl tk*1i,r PAGE THREE pntor To Hold rrcitional recreational institute, conrfurted bv James Norris of the York School of Social Work 4 sponsored by the Council of Hal Agencies, will be held at T Miami Jewish Community Iter from March 6-10. wo courses will be given: one Isocial recreation which mEes theory and activity in the is of group games, singing. %  dancing, square dances, mix' an d children's games and %  ces; the other is in recreationBrarna. which includes theory (activity in the areas of acting, (eting backstage techniques, natic games, skits, charades, Itomime, impromptu drama, |o-drama. mass chant, he course in social recreation be held from 4 to 6 p.m. The Jrse in recreational drama will fheld from 8 to 10 p.m. These courses are planned for teation leaders in schools, Irenes, youth and community Iters, scout troops. Persons register for either course or courses. There is a registrau fee of S3 for each course and \se desiring the two courses • register for such at a total of S5. Original Musical Comedy And Teen-Age Variety Show Will Benefit 1950 CJA Card Party Scheduled i Lyceum 25 Washington Are mw „, 0 cno „ &f !,„ Miami Beach. Sonia Rosman is The Women's Branch 6W of the l h airrnan of the affair and Mrs Workmen s Circle will sponsor a Spivack is in cha rge of card party on Sunday evening, K March 5, at the Workmen's Circle | publicity. leborah Group Pans HMO Fetes .he Deborah Group of Hadassah 11 hold its annual Hadassah dical Organization luncheons %  the homes of chapter members 1 Tuesday. March 7, at 12:30 Ji. Proceeds will go toward the Idassah hospital and medical Jijects in Israel. tfrs. Bernard Fuller, chairman, i Mrs. Phillip Greenberg, cokirman. have arranged for inFidual luncheons to be given in I homes throughout the Greater ami area. Hostesses for the affair include Mesdames Thelma Sale, jinv Horowitz. Marjorie Levine, |e Newman. Iris Rich. Dolores urshon. Pearl Rubin, Ruth Idney. Ruth Gutman, Selma Ivin. Edith Levin, Evelyn fcnet. Nina Taylor, Jeanette Lee Rose, Maxine Carroll, Lundy. Edith Gold. Virn:a Green, Rose Kramer, Shir*S stein. Miriam Weinkle, nes Cobb, Gloria Greenberg Id Ruth Fuller. Dixie Photo "Watch those lines." says Albert Feldan, author and director of "Sounds Terrific." a musical comedy and teen-age variety show, to be presented Saturday night. March 4, at 8:15 p.m. at the Miami Jewish Community Center with proceeds going to the Youth Division of the 1950 Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Shown (L to r.) are Feldan and his two leading men, Arnold Friedman and Arnold Pollock. MIV < hapter To lold Puriiu Fete IDOV Chapter of Mizrachi %  omen will hold a Purim celelation at the Dora August emniinl Hall on Sunday, March Mrs. Rose Pertes, president, fs announced. Proceeds are earflrked for the Orphan's village Ranana. Israel. ISuppcr will be served at 5 p.m fcd will be followed by enter%  nmenl and dancing. Geraldine filliams. granddaughter of Mrs. bmuel Wilchyk, will present knee interpretations. I Mrs. Pertes is general chairman I the affair. Asisting her are Irs. Reva Friedman and Mrs. lax S. Newberger, co-chairmen; Irs. Jay Katz, Mrs. Sarah Spaar, Irs. A. Shatz, Mrs. L. Block, Irs. Lillian Muenster, hostesses; frs. Samuel Geltner and Mrs. fiedman, tickets; Mrs. A. Rosenprg, Mrs. Samuel Wilchyk, Mrs. I Hirsch, Mrs. M. Handmaker, ps. Pauline Krieger, Mrs. Julius, MPPer. Reservations may be fade by calling 9-0976 or 3-5286. "Sounds Terrific," an original musical comedy and teen-age variety show, will be presented Saturday, March 4, at 8:15 p.m. at the Miami Jewish Community Center by the center's youth council. Proceeds from the affair will make up the teen-age contribution to the 1950 Combined Jewish Appeal—youth division. Arnold Pollock and Arnold Friedman hold leading roles in the production. Supporting cast includes Estelle Fleischman, Don Matlin, Ed Suss, Jerold Coburn, Barbara Schecter, Marlene Feldstein, Sandra Friedman, Sandra Wengerhoff, Belle Meirowitz and Sam Steinberg. Specialty acts made up entirely of teen-age talent include club skits by Tri Beta, TYS, Sigma Bho, ALS and BZB, as well as individual talent. Howard Kleinberg, the emcee for the evening, announces that participants will be Natalie Bernstein, Sylvia Milgrim, Sam Steinberg, Basha Tepper, Carl Shramik, Marlene Feldstein. Steve King, Jerold Coburn, Bunny Stririz. Ed Suss and Don Matlin, Matt King, Arnold Pollock, Sid and Allen Heyman and Sandy Ofsowitz. Teen-ager AiDert Feldan is the I author and director of the show. i Committee chairmen for the affair are Howard Fisher, ticket and door; Arita Brenner, program and hostess; Barbara Chak, dance; Lila Pearl, costumes; Dotty Singer, publicity; and Norman Gulkis and Mark Rubin, staging and lighting. The ten clubs working jointly on the full two-hour show, are ALS chapter of B'nai B'rith Girls, AZA chapter No. 322, BZB chapter of B'nai B'rith Girls, Chi Kapp Chi. Esquire Boys Club. Hillel AZA. Hillel BBG. Tri Beta, TYS Girls Club, and Sigma Rho Chapter of AZA. The Y"s Guys, a teen-age eightpiece band has been organized to accompany the show and dancing afterwards. Don Matlin. the leader, announces that members are Bob Blank, Victor Ellins, Elton Goldfield. Alan Honig, Victor Ratner, Ron Rosenberg, Richard Schulman. Tickets for the evening are being sold through the members of each organization. They will also be available at the door. To Present Purim Play Pupils of the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation will present a Purim play at the school building on Sunday, March 5, at 10:30 a.m. Coached by Garvin Kleber. the plav will include Armando Gerstel, Hvmie Grub. Philip Padower. Helene Clein, Doris Bernstein. Ray Chaplin. Frank Kreutzer. Larrv Coulton and David Stahl. The sisterhood will be hostess at a reception following the performance. To Celebrate Purim Arbeiter Ring Schule will hold a Purim celebration on Sunday. March 5, at 7 p.m. at the Workmen's Circle Lyceum, 1545 S.W. 3rd St. Children of the school will present holiday songs. PLAZA S. End Wash. Ave., Miami Beach Open 1:45 62c 1:45 to 3 STARTING TUESDAY, MARCH 7th Mil HAL MICHALESK IN PERSON ON THE STAGE WITH ANNA GROSSBERG & JACOB ZANGER ON THE SCREEN in new motion picture "GOD. MAN AND THE DEVIL" ROKiACH BORSCHT ... SCHAV DELICIOUS HOT OR CHILLE SSbuUd by P, lm "oirtVlbut-r.. me. 14 N.E. 24h St.. Ml.ml Phon. 3 *. Shop and Save at the QUALITY KOSHER FOOD CENTER 1961 S.W. 8th Street OPENING OF THE DAIRY. DELICATESSEN AND APPETIZERS DEPARTMENT OPENING SPECIALS |ar Mother's Borscht BREAKSTONE'S Sweet Whipped Butter \ 2 lb. BREAKSTONE'S Sweet Tub Butter lb. 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PAGE FOUR 9-Jewistncrldlan FRIDAY. MARCH; %  i EDITORIAL Respond To That Ring! Greater Miami is the first city in the country to conduct its 1950 campaign ior the United Jewish Appeal and allied causes. And it is still true that our community is looked upon as a pace setter for the entire United States. The impact of our success plays an important role in keying communities throughout the country to meet their guotas. The Jewish Floridian is devoting a large portion of this issue to the 1950 Combined Jewish Appeal, to its leaders, its activities and other salient facts about the campaign. This issue will reach every Jewish home in the community bearing the important message of the campaign. Since its inception, the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, which conducts the annual fundraising campaign, has been relied upon as the instrumentality of the Jewish community in the development of our communal institutions and in seeing to it that the programs and facilities of the various agencies keep pace with the community's growth and needs. After weeks of pre-campaign planning and solicitation, the Combined Jewish Appeal will formally launch its community-wide solicitation on Sunday. Hours cf toil have already gone into oragnizing the drive which will supply S810,000 to the United Jewish Appeal and additional funds for ten local and forty other agencies. Ten of our largest local agencies have reached the point where they depend upon the annual campaign to carry out their programs of service. Despite the fact that a substantial amount of the $1,481,146 goal has been raised through precampaign activities, a herculean task still lies ahead—the job of ringing the doorbells of 12,000 prospects in the community. We are confident that the message in this week's Floridian will awaken our Jewish community to the task before them. We are sure (A Purim Theme) "THAT IS THE VILLAIN!" Greater Miami will follow its leadership in raising the $1,481,146 to meet the minimum reguirements of fifty humanitarian and welfare causes. One thousand men, women and young people will "take to the streets" and ring doorbells of every known Jewish householder. Respond to that ring! A -fust Request The disclosure that Israel's Ami* !" Washington, Eliahu Elath. had requestedW Department to permit the sale of arms to th J state was neither surprising nor unvJr7 Latest reports from sources close to th !" Department revealed that Israel has ha ceiving American weapons since last A The Arabs have long been receiving 1 arms from Britain, and our own Secretary Jj has defended London's policy on the J j shipments were made under long-standinq tr aimed at enabling the Arab countries to m f internal security. Now, if Washington and London are i cerned about internal security in the Arah 1 the corollary follows that they should be i concerned about Israel's ability to main'tah ternal security. And if the Arab countries tanks, destroyers, and submarines and jet nU —as Drew Pearson told the UJA national^ ference at Miami Beach—for the preservation internal order there is no reason to assume I Israel doesn't need them. But the truth of the matter is that a danqei cold war is being conducted in the Middle) against Israel and that the shipping of heavy c to those countries foreshadows the possibilirtj a second Arab round against Israel and! people. If that is the motive behind Bril heavy sale of amis it is simple logic that Ama. sale of arms to Israel will prevent another i in that segment of the world. The argument | the arming of the Arabs is part of the i picture, a sort of precaution against an agqw Soviet move, is too specious a contention to i serious consideration. The realists in Wash and in London know full well that if they i count on the Arabs to hold back the mare the hammer and sickle in that area they just as well write off the Middle East. Abba Hill'I Silver To Address Miami Beach /ionisi Dinner The Miami Beach Zionist District will meet on the evening of Wednesday. March 8, at the banquet hall of Temple Beth Sholom, to pay tribute to Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, Alfred Stone, president, has announced. Dr. Silver will address the assembly. "About six vears ago. in the midst of World War II, the Zionist movement stood at the crossroads and at the decisive moment Dr. Abba Hillel Silver was called to the leadership of American Zionism" Stone said. "He immediately fused into the movement a new spirit and vitality which made it the most powerful force in the Dispora. "When other leaders, in a spirit' of defeatism, were ready to com: promise for less than a Jewish State, Dr. Silver's courage and fine combination of realism and idealism led forward to the ful' fillment of the objective of the creation of a Jewish State," Stone continued. "Israel stands yet in j need of the imagination and bold\ ness of approach—the tvpe of i leadership still available in Dr Abba Hillel Silver, when historians will record as the proximate cause of the realization of the two thousand year old dream." Heading the arrangements committee is Miami Beach Peace Justice Kenneth Oka, assisted by co-chairmen, Daniel M. Broad and Ben Zion Ginsburg. Serving on the committee are Dr. David S. Andron, George M. Cohen Published every Friday since 1927 oy The Jewish Floridian at 120 N E Sixth Street, Miami 18, Florida. En. wn ?,* co "d-clasi matter July 4, 1930, t the Post Office of Miami Fla. under the Act of March 3. 1879. The Jewish Floridian has absorbed wt.w eV ". h Uni,y and ,he Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Sevan ar- _.,, r Syrd.cate, Worldwide News Service", Natiotj| Editorial Association, Amerl. can Association of Enolish-Jewish Newspapers, Florida Press Association. Isidore Goldberg, Abraham Goodman, I. R. Goodman, S. A. Goodman, Cantor Samuel Kelemer, Matthew Silverstein, Alfred Stone and Alex Van Straaten. Cantor Samuel Kelemer, chairman of Israel Music and Art, will render vocal selections and has arranged for Pierre Mande and ensemble to play dinner music. Catering the event are the Continental Caterer's, Inc. The Jew-.h Floridian does not guarantee the Kashruth of the mer' %  ;ian.!ise ariv.-rtis...| in its columna. SUBSCRIPTION RATES! One Year ,3,0,, Two Years $5.00 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher Telephones 2-1141—2 8212 OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Volume 23 Number f FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1950 ADAH-14, 5710 Military Situation Tense In Israel (Continued from Page 1) Nations Special Committee on Palestine concerning the British on the Exodus and the subsequent sufferings of the 4,500 refugees aboard the immigrant vessel, says that the Jewish communities of America "have failed to recognize the historicity of the moment. They belong to the generation which has seen the establishment of the Jewish State. They asked for it as Jews through 2,000 years of prayers, dreams and sacrifices. "Every Jew is responsible because he is bound to his fellow Jew by the process of history. Much of the argument against Israel is fear complex, and we need—all of us together—to get a little of the strength and courage of the chaverim who fought and died in these last several years because they have caught the spiritual significance of 2,000 years of persecution." Premier To Broaden Coalition Cabinet (Continued from Page 1) The political committee of the Mapam decided this week to submit its own majority and minority resolutions on the question of the party's joining the coalition Cabinet to the forthcoming plenary session of the Mapam's executive The majority resolution considers that further negotiations with the Mapai are worthless because of the latter's "failure to display a positive response to the Mapam's ultimate and minimum proposals. The minority resolution favors continuation of the conversations, in an attempt to seek compromise proposals likely 1? y 2d C er ups for an understanding between the two major wings of the labor movement." %  ,TT£ ^L a ^ m exe cut>ve is sc, Hied to tnwt Washington Ave., Miami New Feature Added 'Every Girl's Desire." scribed serial written by Yiddish 2H"*?* u '^ Freimen will b" ?dded to Jacob Schachter-s Jewh Musical Hour on Sun.l,' v March 5. Schachter's progrTmfc heard over -station WTTT on Monday, Wednesday and Fridaj Brin To Speak Dr. Alexander Brin, noted scholar, educator and newspaper publisher of Boston, Mass.. will speak on "Spiritual Weapons cf American Democracy" on Friday il, rPm at tho Hollywood Jewish Community Center. Game Fest Held Students of the Lear School r„ A Wm S fest at thc schaol pounds on Friday aftern.,v.n. On the afternoon's program were ex^"ff, 1 ? 1 i swimming, diving and famation League. Among the subjects being %  cussed in connection wuM planning of the league's pn* in the South during 1950, H the status of civil rights \etfi tion, sectarian encroachments rent tr* the public schools, cun in organized bigotry, <""" %  '•"" projects and materials for oj batting discrimination ar" 1 vancing democracy in ou munities, and the foriftcow ADL book, "A Meas Freedom." New Law Firm Form* Formation of a new IW firm, Murrell & Dence, was n;unoed this week. tjj The firm was f '""''Vrwd Murrell and Wal *£F cut of the d.s.lu* M grew the f : rm of Muriel), Fl-iwcrs. Fleming ill main Murrell & Dence will m? J ,11



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UY. MARCH 3. 1950 • Je*ist>tkrrtnr PAGE FIVE Nazism In Germany Again By GILBERT I. BALKIN Director Florida Regional Office Anti-Defamation League ing democracy in Germany, as outlined above, can hope for a lasting peace be maintained. Let us not now repeat the folly ,,' nearly five years after [gun* were silenced on VE in Germany again serious challenge to the military was to root out the j Nazism and Fascas their foundation discrimination, we i > ing survivals j tyranny remaining Nazism a most id peace. Ithough fought ;i'S < %  %  having ry i iti termany. .... poll taken in the' of Occupation in m, revealed the same : ; ,.. of internal disj The irity of Germans t ,ll (dieted to national is a polite way hi .. are still Nazis.; lion ilism ia en the •New" political i,. a ying popular favor fairing old Nazi lineanti-Semitism. IUT jssive militarism and con-; .,. j .cratic processes, i vey taken by corj jondenu tic forces ol Germany — the Imocrdtie Labor movement, the Iperative, the democratically Instituted s icial welfare agencies V municipalities under effective pular control. Elimin ite all active supportof the Nazi program from fucy making and other positions "authority or responsibility in administrative, judicial and ucational system of the German vernment. J-Democratize the economy and WD the concentration of ecoPK power in cartels and trusts. %  Maintain such controls of the jrman economy so that while %  """tig an adequate standard of Fag and contributing to Euro%  n recovery they will never Pm become a threat of war. %  facilitate the re-education of l.,th' man P e P!e, especially its %  ,n ;' s Pirit of democratic-) Peaceful cooperation. Et£n n it rican public must be fri a, %  mena ce of surviving Em, ,ng Nazi tendencies in Ew y oday 0nl y through infc tnat ou 'n^ion pursue •vigorous program for establish|o Mark Music Month l'n observance of Jewish Music Fnth. a half-hour program enliii i Thu Jew ish Music Trail" I", bt Presented by the Jewish I at \Xn C il 0n Sunda y. March >KAT r p mover station L i, j anlor Samuel Kelemer fiar g .t Kenn eth Oka..will apkrluH he P ro Kram. which will JewiS, arration and recordings Jewish music, .• on a national and global basis which permitted the rise of Hitler in the 1930's. Time will never erase from our memory and that of humanity the unspeakable crimes committed by the Nazis in the concentration camps and crematoria during the rampant Hitler rule. American public opinion must be alerted to the urgent requirement for rooting out Nazi tendencies in Germany today and building a sound democratic framework within that land. Presidential investigation or congressional review of A • ?rican policy in Germany is essential and should be urged by all community groups and citizens. For additional information on present conditions in Germany, contact the Florida Regional ADL Office. 330 Seybold Building. *e j *• 5** t* e subscribe to lie\wiisltUEJIiDipidliiaun ENGLISH-JEWISH WEEKLY NEWSPAPER The Jewish Floridian has made great strides in keeping the Jewish population of Florida abreast of current events—both national and international with f\o<* 0 o i\ 4 o\ tW l &K o** i** 1 je> \# e<* \o i*1 *1 leJ^Y e<* Ml* 1 a complete and comprehensive view of the Jewish situation. The Jewish Floridian, now in its 22nd year of continuous weekly publication is your English language Jewish newspaper. >*<* *• *** • • i 'U 4 f SAY' *i %  %  M Wte *Pe Qrl, r ^tft %  tint s s 'Pi, "OFF i U n d ^ mJ!f*% WH&ii 7**$ "r0 h off no >yje ***Vi l*TTMi *ish W v *n *el e 9 rf. n 0f *h *Z*i ro Ph 'o n o/ S P de L7^e 'M N, 9e n Of evv \* tewa ;to *** .*• S 0< d *M* >ti Vi* 1 v r^^ tV BonH Miss An Ensue MaU This Subscription Blank today to: THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN P. O. Box 2973, Miami 18. Florida NMM Inter My Subscription L T tAK J I TEAK 0-0, ^ f D$5.00 D$3.00 Name. mm mim otate %  .... i ]'•



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. k*%Hti flcrfr/for FRIDAY. MAH CH3 Former Editor And HIAS Official Dies At 71 Samuel Mason, a former general i manager of the Hebrew Shelter| ing and Immigrant Aid Societ) (HIAS), died on Saturday, January 21, after a long illness at his home in Miami Beach. He was 71 years old. Born in Russia. Mr, Mason came here as a boy and began a career in journalism by establishing the Boston Israelite and the Rhode Island Register. He was one of the founders of the Young Men's Hebrew Association of Providence. Mr. Mason came to New York as editor of the Jewish World and later served as news editor of the Jewish Morning Journal and managing editor of the Tageblatt. He was a pioneer in the introduction of the English page in Jewish journalism. In 1909 Mr. Mason was instrumental in effecting a merger of the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society, of which he was director, and the Hebrew Sheltering House Association. He became general manager of the consolidated group find served in that capacity until 1919. In 1918 he was the society's representative on a mission in the Orient, where he opened HIAS offices in Yokahama. Kobe. Vladivostok and Harbin. Survivors include his wife. Lena, and two sons. Marcus David and Jacob Herman Mason. Flagler-Granada 1'iaii Will !!iil Show. S>aii i Thr Flagler-Granad i Jewish : a danci ty si n S I Sabli s W Hub. thi which will include I Pujol. Katl i line Vanberen, Miss Ji .: ini. Stanli • i' : :of.D maid Alley, Lillian Beck. Fran i Biu.n Herrero an i Ji an A i A dramatic skit will %  d by Mrs. Jack Albert and Ray Levine and exhibiti. n ballroom dan : red bv Joan and Allen. The Y\. Granad Choi G furnish the musical b for several numb • %  Naoi :. ..n,i Jack I .: Ii id I Mr, and Mrs M :. .. w iU as King \ as and Queen Esther and will lead the grand march f % %  the sh iw. The yai • is under the direction r*F Mrs. Paul Drazer Mis. James Sega! is over-all chairman and reservations may be made by phoning her at 4-0425. Democracy Workshop To Air Third Program i Workshop for Democracy a communitywide dramatic weekly live radio series on human .'•?"?• wi P'" e 'nt "The Rights of Bill bv Jerome Baver. in its third program Wednesday, March WMIE. 10:15 Pm 0VCT S,ation Appearing in the drama are Robert Baron, Hal Rubin. Joan Moser, Harry Sharp. Manny Berlin, r, David Feldman, Bernard i gel and Bill Poticka production is under the direction of Mrs Gertrude Marx and technical adviser is BHutner. Individuals interested in acting or writing for this jjgned for building Americanism advancing democratic group relationships are requested to contact A £" da Rc 8 iun '''l Office of the Anti-Deramation League 'no Seybold Building. g 3 llclli Miolom Plan I*II rim Carnival The Beth Sholom Relig School will sponsor a Purim carnival on Sunday. March 5. at the temple. All proceeds from the event will go to the 1950 Com•qL, „''';' bined Jewish Appeal. **Ty^ Carnival day will begin with a colorful costume parade, culminating in the crowning of Queen Esther who will reign over the festivities. More than 20 gaylv r;> i irated booths will offer games of skill. A Purim soup kitchen will be open. This year's carnival represents • e cooperative efl the relischool staff and pupils. by Sydney J. Gri principal, and the PTA, under direction of Mrs. Alfred lei pres lent. Dedicated to Service... MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY Takes Pride In Introducing Memorial Counsellors RABBI S. M. MACHTEI Executive Vice President T HESE are representatives of friendly integrity, sincerely devoted to aiding you in selecting a family burial estate ... in making an inevitable decision with a sense of thoughtful preparedness rather than of confused necessity. They are ready to help you select a beautiful site in the quiet gardens of Mount Nebo Cemetery, and to show you a simple and convenient plan whereby you can pay for it out of income on small monthly terms without dues, or assessments, and at substantial savings. The before-need plan they offer can soften one of life's most trying moments for you and your loved ones. Your courteous attention to your Memorial Counsellor will bring you years of consolation and peace of mind. ARTHUR BECKERMAX ROBERT YAFFEY Sales Director DAVE LEHRER MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY Ideally Located Near West Flaaler at 53rd Avenue For Information Phone 3-3720 General Office-Olympia Bldg.



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Lmav MARCH 3, 1950 *Je*ist FhrkUan PAGE SEVEN AN IMPORTANT MESSAGE ABOUT THE 1950 COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL Next Sunday, March 5, the Greater Miami Jewish Federation will launch the general solicitation phase of its 1950 Combined Jewish Appeal, the twelfth such appeal since Federation was first organized in 1939. Federation is the instrumentality of the Jewish community of Greater Miami in raising funds for the United Jewish Appeal, for ten local agencies, and for 40 other organizations devoted to Jewish education, welfare and health programs. Since the first of the year, when the Initial Gifts Division was organized, several hundred volunteers have been working night and day to raise the $1,481,146 needed to carry on the vital work of the various causes represented in the 1950 Combined Jewish Appeal. Up to this date, on the eve of the Metropolitan Unit campaign, we have raised $812,000 representing 54% of the total goal. With the general camppaign about to be launched, it is up to every Jewish man, woman and child in the community to stand up and be counted. Beginning, next Sunday some 800 "foot soldiers" will i be calling upon the Jewish householders of D a d e County. They will be ringing your doorbell. They will be there to tell you the story of the Combined Jewish Appeal, of the needs in Israel, in Europe, here at home and throughout the country. WHAT YOU AS AN INDIVIDUAL DO IN RESPONSE TO THEIR STORY WILL SPELL THE SUCCESS OR THE FAILURE OF THE 1950 CAMPAIGN. In the past, the Jewish community has given liberally to this appeal. The need this year greater than it has ever been. If you gave last year and in previous years, we know we can depend upon hearing from you again during this campaign. We know you are not going to let the 1950 Combined Jewish Appeal down. You are going to do your share to provide the necessary and vital services which are rendered by the UJA and the other agencies participating in the 1950 Combined Jewish Appeal. Ban Kuftkin flays: "... Given an understanding oi the magnitude oi the problem that faces ua, and ol our responsibility in providing for the transportation oi Jewish Displaced Persons from Europe to Israel and America and ior their resettlement in both countries. I am confident that our Jewish community will rise to the occasion and will contribute generously to. the 1650 Combined Jewish Appeal. The interest and support demonstrated thus far has been very heartening. In the various campaign functions hekf since the finjt of the year, we have shown a 28% increase in giving over last year. If this rate is maintained our campaign will certainly go over the top. I appeal to all to give generously—and quickly. The need is urgent" Greater Miami has the distinction of being the first community in the country to conduct a campaign in behalf of the United Jewish Appeal. Of the $1,481,146. which we must raise this year, $810,000 has been allocated to the United Jewish Appeal. What we do here will reflect on the total national campaign of UJA. Such communities as Los Angeles, Chicago. Boston, New York. Pittsburgh and other Jewish communities throughout the country are waiting to see what Greater Miami will do. Our success will help them succeed. Remember, too. that approximately 26 cents out of every dollar contributed by you remains at home to take care of our ten local agencies which are doing a needed job in the fields of health, education, refugee resettlement, recreation and old age. Among these local agencies are the Jewish Home for the Aged, the Miami Beach "Y", the Micrai Jewish Community Center, the Refugee Resettlement Service of the Jewish Social Service Bureau, the Bureau of Jewish Education, Mount Sinai Hospital, etc. We hope and trust that the Jewish community of Greater Miami will not let our local agencies down. We are confident that you will give, and give generously, to enable these agencies to carry on their extremely important work in helping to create a strong Jewish community here in Dade County. It is up to us to see that we finish the 1950 Combined Jewish Appeal in a hurry. Let's all get behind our campaign leaders and workers and march victoriously to our goal in the next several weeks. YOU CAN DO YOUR PART WHEN THE CAMPAIGN SOLICITOR CALLS UPON YOU. If for any reason at all you have not been visited within the next week or ten days, please communicate with the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. 420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. 58-4331. We will see to it that you are given a pledge card and an opportunity to do your bit in the campaign. You can also help by volunteering to work as a campaign solicitor. There are several sections of the city which have not yet been covered. Please do your part. %  • Lincoln Road 1*50 COMBINED JEWISH APMAL Dan Rltaa* Campaign Chairman Miami Reach Telephone 58-43:11



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PAGE EIGHT +Jelstncridian FRIDAY. MARCH 3, „ A PICTORIAL RECORD OF THE ACHIEVEMENT BRUNCH CO-CHAIRMEN The Women's Division Achievement Brunch held on February 7th at the Saxony Hotel added $16,000 toward the 1950 CJA goal. 167 women attending this function, which was addressed by Dr Zev Cohen, representing the United Jewish Appeal, pronounced it a distinct social as well as campaign success. Co-Chairmen are Mrs, Herbert E. Scher and Mrs. Joseph Fenias. GUESTS AT INITIAL GIFTS DINNER Among those who graced the head table at the Initial Gifts Dinner on January 12th at the Westview Country Club were Sm Blank. Chairman of Pacesetters, Carl Weinkle. Co-Chairmen of the Initial Gifts Unit and Mayor Harold Turk of Miami Beach. Other Co-Chairmen of the Initial Gifts Unit are Jacob Sher, Jack Ablin. Arthur Ungar and Samuel Friedland. AT ATLANTIC CITY Local community leaders pose with Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett of Israel at Atlantic City Conference of United Jewish Appeal on December 12. 1949. This event marked the opening gun of the 1950 Combined Jewish Appeal. Front row (I. to r.) Mrs. Wm. D. Singer, Abraham Goodman, Mrs. Goodman. Rear row (I. to r.) Morris Klass. Leon Ell, Harry Sirkin, Mrs. Sidney Ansin, Mr. Ansin, I. L. Mintzer, William Glick. WOMEN'S INITUL heading th jH Division f 3 Ablin. Co-Chii,, of Mrs. Samiisn 73 women itten over the I?M ;*>* COLLEGE OF COMMUNITY KNOWLEDGE Flouting the superstition that Friday, the 13th is unlucky, the Women's Division held an educational institute, known as the "College of Community Knowledge" on January 13th at the Shore Club Hotel. Dr. Ruth Gruber was principal speaker. Seated at the head table are Mesdames David Bass, William Capland, Joseph Fenias, Herbert Scher. William Farr, Abraham Goodman, Monte Selig, Louis Glasser and Dr. Gruber. Also Mesdames Carl Weinkle, Benjamin Sherry, Isaac Levin, Sylvia Chertkof. and Miss Ruth Allen of the Miami Herald. MORGENTHAU GREETS MIAMIANS Organized under the aggressive chairmanship of Sam Blank, the pacesetters were guests at a dinner party given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Blank on Dec. 22. Following talks by Hon. Henry Morgenthau, national chairman of the UJA; Henry Montor, national UJA campaign director and Mel. Dubinsky of St. Louis. UJA national leader, those present contributed $356,000. 40% increase over the amount given by the same persons the previous year. Shown here are Samuel Katz, Mr. Morgenthau and Jack Dubinsky, Co -Chairman of the Winter Residents Unit. HONORING OUR 1948 CAMPAIGN CHAIRMAN ... A beautiful plaque signifying the community's appreciation for his leadership of the 1948 Combined Jewish Appeal was presented to Joseph Stein by Jacob Sher. Honorary President of Federation. The presentation was made at the December 18th Conference as Vice President Barkley applauds and Mrs. Barkrey and Dan Ruskin, 1950 CJA Chairman, smile happily. Leonard Abess was chairman of this all-day session, attended by nearly 800 persons. DAN'S A BUSY I chairman in Fe* time into the i than has this : the campaign shoulder and ht| Here's Dan tellisjf is in the bao" ill over list yJr i < or Give it." r*:^f-ir-^. Sam Kaplan. Arthur Bant. Mack Werner, Aaron Courshon. N. Doug. Raff Arthu? rO iX 0er 'M S dney Bernbaum. Rear row (1 to r) Arthur Adler, Harry Dinnerstein, Leo Eisenstrin Joseph H. Gardner, Max Greenberg,' Jacob Fi.hman THEY PUT ON A SKIT of the Women's Division Knowledge" was a two-act After." depicting fund ra creation of Federation and formers were: Seated (I. to hoff, Harold Rand. Leonard Louis Krensky. Standing (| Max c. Gettinger. Max Mei Spaet, Max Orovitz. An outstanding feature "College of Community skit entitled "Before and sing methods before the how it's done today. Perr.) Mesdames Sam Simon. Beldner, Irvinq Lehrman. to r.) Jojeph H. Gardner, •el, Harold B. Spaet, Mrs. ?n? R r AL CABLES PREPARES Solicitation activities for Coral Gables..Flagler-Granada and West Miami will will than ever before, according to these districts. Mrs. Glasser's be more intensive campaign leaders lieutenants for these areas are" shown 'above^'seat'ed o iX %  r ''~. r Seymour M. Blumenthal. District Leader; Rabbi Skop. Coral Gables-South Miami-Homestead chairman; Morton M. Beigel, Flagler Granada-West Miami chairman Standing (I. to r.) District Leaders Naphtali A. Weidberg. Jack Silverman and IrvingI L HOTEL MEN MEET ALMOST DAU v tsLFBAnu* tSsSv s-wv ss& SLWSBTWSK feawsss quarters. Here's a typical Z„ ,0 Fed ? r *tion headLeo Eisenstein* Paul Gros.inoA V5"' 0n: <'' ,0 "j Ralph Lachman, Harry Koretzkl £"" L Bern baum. Joe Rose and Harry V*8i Th,A *VA. H l "litan Unit. At discussed plan. ot ,' lce on January 18 wars •olieitation AA— '._ n Intonalva house-to-house Burnett Roth. Miami accepted the chairmanship solicitation j.,.-.-. "" "nonsive nouse-to-nouse Glasser' Mr R 0 ?h M 0 ,. "2T* Sea ,d < %  • r •> Mr Standing (| r > ,* %  6,mon Wolff district leader. Edward Singer %  M^t,. %  *. S,,inm "' <" r Na &d^i£B*z2Sg> Unit c • mB *" let leader; n director; "FREEDOM BRU" Sol Leslie and getting a turnout^ minimum "Fresda" Washington's Bir Ben-Dror, HiMfi the women of Grt Danny ThomU affair a pleasant* talk by Womeirt~ were announced \ ~ AT THE INITIJ 0i, D,B ,h r rltw'. January 12t" grj the guests *'*'' j speakers WJJfi," Israel "" "„,. Chairman "-' I iV 19W WE MUST HAISE f


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)A Y, MARCH 3. 1950 J cnlslffiriUtr PAGE NINE 0 COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL UK .. SpearMORE CAMPAIGN BIG-WIGS ... A happy quartet at GROUP LEADERS SUPPORT CHAIRMAN RU6KIN NORTH DADE COUNTY LEADERS Under the the Women'* the Initial Gifts Dinner consisted of Samuel Friedland, Tne,e are tne fnen who are pushing hard to make direction of Mrs. Frances Danels, North Dade chairman. and Mrs. Jack Morris Klass, Federation's executive director, Jacob campaign a success. Seated (I. to r.) Leo Cha.kin Plans are being completed for intensive coverage ef Md at tM home Sher and Samuel Katz. They had a perfect right to feel Dan Ru8kln and Aaron Kanner. Standing (I. to r.) Dan th area. Serving with Mrs. Danels are: Seated (I. to r.7. i w as raised by Jubilant for the sum of •512,000 raised that night Rotn s rn Heiman, Aaron Weinkle, Wm. D. Singer, Mr Dorothy W. Magnus. Captain: Mrs. Danels, Mrs. ncrease of 41% represented an increase of 32% over the amount given s,dne y Segall, Dr. Morris Goodman and Morry Mason. Benlamin Miller, district leader: Mrs. A. W. Schostak. by the same contributors during the 1949 campaign. captain: standing (I. to r.) Mrs. Frances Baskin. captain: Mrs. Gladys Rudolf, captain; Harry Jonas, captain and Mrs. Marty Schuman, captain. No campaign liore effort and %  Jewish Appeal liks for is that shoulder to km to victory. Ithe "campaign pease in giving • cry is "Get it • To Mrs. full credit for Jn at the 150 |tel Saxony on Ca PE. M. areetings to pmen of Israel, •d make the f*. followiny a •Carl Weinkle, MIAMI METROPOLITAN UNIT LEADERS Directing the "foot soldiers" of the Miami area are: Seated (I. to r.) Mrs. Lilly Laster, captain; Irving Saal, district leader; Max R Silver. Area Chairman; Mrs. Rose Borkin, district leader; Mrs. Beatrice Rothman, captain. Standing (I. to r.) Benjamin Bass, captain; Mrs. Bass, captain; Martin Finkelstein, district leader; Jules Weiss, captain; Morris Laster, captain: Mrs. Bessie Hecht, captain; Mrs. 'David Collins, captain; Mr. Collins, captain. MRS. WOLFF ENTERTAINS WORKERS .Mrs/ Simon Wolff, Miami Beach District Leader, entertained her fellow-campaigners at a garden party on February 4. Seated (I. to r.) Mrs. Oscar C. Sindell. Mrs. Ned Sail, Mrs. Herbert S. Shapiro, Mrs. S. Nudelman, Mrs. Harry Platoff, and Mrs. Fred Jonas. Standing (I. to r.) Simon Wolff, Mrs. Louis Krensky, Mrs. Arnold Seeder, Ed Singer, Mrs. Carl Weinkle, Mrs. Hyman Kaplan, Mrs. Leon Kronish, Mrs. Louis Glasser, Burnett Roth. Mrs. Simon Wolff, Mrs. Irving Rothman, Mrs. Seymour Weiss, Mrs. Murray Rothman and Mrs. Alexander Kogan. YOUTH DIVISION ORGANIZED The Youth Division of the 1950 CJA came into existence on December 2, when Leo Lania, foreign editor of the %  United Nations World Magazine, spoke to a group of yohngstcrs from all sections of the city. The meeting was held at Federation. Shown with Mr. Lania ar Miss Toby Jacobskind, activities director of the Miami Jewish Commhnity Center; Miss Bea Rapport of the Federation staff, and Fred Berkowitz educational director of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, who is chairman of the Youth Division. JOE ROSE TAKES THE MIKE Here's Joe Rose, vigorous chairman of the Hotel Unit, and himself a top giver, exhorting the members of the industry attending the unit's buffet supper at the Lord Tarleton Hotel to give—and give generously. Aaron Courshon, supper chairman and Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, supper co-sponsor with Al and Walter Jacobs, listen intently. Following Mr. Rose'a talk, those present contributed $73,000 toward the hotel quota of $300,000. Also addressing the hotel men were Dr. Zev Cohen. UJA speaker, Campaign Chairman Dan Ruskin and Federation President Wm. D. Singer. METROPOLITAN UNIT ORGANIZED Under the chairmanship of Mrs. Louis Glasser, the first organization meeting of the Metropolitan Unit washeld at the Miami Jewish Community Center on January 12. Present were: Seated (I. to r.) Mrs. Glasser, Rabbi Moahay Mann, representing the CJA Speakers Bureau; Mrs. Frances Danels, North Dade chairman. Standing (. to r.) Morton M. Beigel, Flagler Granda-West Miami chairman: Rabbi Morris A. Skop, Coral Gables-South Miami-Homestead chairman; Max R. Silver, Miami chairman. BUDGET COMMITTEE IN ACTION Long before the campaign started, the 21-member Budget Committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation met weekly to pass upon the budgetary requests of some 85 agencies which applied for participation in the 1950 C.J.A. Front row (I. to r.) Irving Cypen, Aaron Kanner. Howard Jane, Ben Giller. Rear row (I. to r.) Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, Carl Susskin, Joseph Duntov, Sidney Lefcourt, chairman; Max C. Gettinger, Secretai y;. Let. Chaikin, Elry Stone, Joseph H. Gardner, Emil J. Gould. M. J. Kopelowitz, Mrs. Jennie Gordon, Stuart Gordon. Henry Wolff. • I .*• a The Initial I Th C lul ? 0n I eat.. nioht l"aiional UJA fc'V* 'if. in n h *„''dent: *'**"* con. >nd c> mp.ugn W HEN BILL SINGER SMILES It's because he's happy at the way the campaign is progressing. Flanked by Valerie Stone, principal speaker at the Special Gifts Dinner on January 30. and Danny Kaye, Federation Prexy Singer listened Joyfully as the contributions Kept pouring in. There's reason enough for happiness, Q in says, but he cautions against over-confidence— points out that the hardest half of the campaign is •till ahead. HOTEL INDUSTRY SETS PACE Always the most important single trade division, the hotel men of Greater Miami undertook a quota this year of $300,000. nearly 20% of the total goal. To corral such funds requires leadership, imagination, integrity and plain hard work. With such standards to guide him. Campaign Chairman Dan Ruskin unerringly selected Joe Rose and Harry Sirkin as Co-Chalrmen of the Hotel Unit. These men are pushing hard to put the Hotel Unit over the top. CHILDREN GET BUSY Following an address on January 15th by Joseph Gassen of the CJA Speakers Bureau, the children attending the Sunday School of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, made a pledge for $400 and accompanied it with a check for that amount. The presentation to Mr. Gassen was made by 13.year old Paul Weiss Brick president of the student body. Looking on admiringly are Rabbi Irving Lehrman and Fred Berkowitz, Youth Division Chairman. VITAL JBWMSH CAUSES %  *Y



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PAGE TEN *.l€wistncridiiain^ TODAY, MARCH' SALIENT FACTS about the CAMPAIGN •In 1950 we must raise $1,481,148 lor 50 Vital Jewish Cau.es.' Here is the breakdown of the allocations: $380,903.68 810.000.00 Local Agencies United Jewish Appeal Other Overseas Relief and Reconstruction Agencies Civic Protective Agencies Education. Health and Culture Agencies "'ZMH! National Service Agencies Reserves for Special Contingencies and Collection Losses Campaign Expenditures 48.900.00 36.700.00 13.080.00 108,680.28 70,232.00 Our goal can be reached U the Jewish community measures up to the need and the standard of generosity it has set for itself in previous years. The Greater Miami Jewish Federation, organized in 1939, is a voluntary association of individuals and organizations interested in promoting the general welfare of the Jewish people. Its purpose is to provide for Jewish community planning in Dade County; to coordinate the fund-rasing efforts of the Jewish community; to develop leadership and support for all causes that promote community welfare; to secure financial support for all agenies which participate in our annual Combined Jewish Appeal and. in cooperation with member, beneficiary and other related organizations, to establish and discharge those responsibilities for the needs of Jewish life in Greater Miami and elsewhere which may be found necessary. Federation's local agencies include Mt. Sinai Hospital, the Jewish Home for the Aged, the Bureau of Jewish Education, the Refugee Resettlement Service of 'the Jewish Social Service Bureau, the Miami Beach Y.M. & W.H.A., the Miami Jewish Community Center, the Baron de Hirsch Loan Fund, the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth and the Miami Section of the National Council of Jewish Women. IJ.i Six-Point Program For 1950 (1) Provide homes for 85.000 new immigrants in the temporary reception camps in Israel. (2) Provide for the immigration and settlement of 150.000 additional newcomers in Israel this year. (3! Establish 125 agricultural settlements to speed the absorption of newly arrived refugees in the Jewish State. (4) Rehabilitation and relief to a minimum of 250.000 Jews in Western and Eastern Europe. (5) Medical aid and child care for tens of thousands of the 800,000 Jews living in poverty and need in Moslem lands. '6) The adjustment of 25,000 Jewish refugees who are expected to enter the United States this year. The United Palestine Appeal is the agency which raises money lot the Jews of IsraeL Its job this year is to provide hinds for the integration of several hundred thousand inumgrants who are expected to arrin in Israel during 1950. ^ The United Service for New Americans: Under the terms of the j Displaced Persons Law, some 40,000 Jewish displaced persons an expected in this country during 1950. It is up to the United Service for New Americans to assist these Immigrants when they arrive on our shores. The Bureau of Jewish Education was opened on March 1, 1941 Since then great strides have been made in elevating standards of ( Jewish education in our community. Eleven schools have affiliated themselves with the Bureau, while a total of 16 schools are taking advantage of its varied services. Under the guidance of the Bureau, registration in the Jewish schools has grown steadily. Today there an over 1.000 students attending afternoon Jewish schools and more than 2,200 children registered in Sunday Schools. Because of its expanded program, the Bureau has received a Federation allocation of $34,140 for 1950. # Mount Sinai Hospital, operated on a non-profit, non-sectarian basis, is located at 4300 Alton Road. Miami Beach, on 23 acres overlooking. Biscayne Bay. It contains 214 beds and 50 bassinettes and has a medical staff of over 300 physicians, and a hospital staff of 350 employees. Mount Sinai Hospital represents the fulfillment of many years of dreaming and planning on the part of our community. In its first year of operation, the Hospital will probably run a deficit of over $200,000. Federation has allocated $103,000 from the Combined Jewish Appeal towards this anticipated operating deficit On the national level. Federation's Combined Jewish Appeal raises funds for such organizations as the American Jewish Congress, the Joint Defense Appeal, the National Jewish Welfare Board, the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds and many other organizations devoted to health, education and welfare. • In addition to the United Jewish Appeal, Federation's Combined Jewish Appeal also raises funds for many other overseas activities, including those of the Histadrut, Hias, Hadassah, American Fund for Palestinian Institutions, American Friends of the Weizmann Institute and Federated Council of Palestine Institutions. • The United Jewish Appeal is the joint fund-raising agency for the Joint Distribution Committee, United Palestine Appeal and the United Service for New Americans. It conducts a national campaign through federations, funds or councils in Jewish communities throughout the country. Delegates representing these communities meet at a national conference yearly to consider the budgetary requests presented by the three constituent agencies of the UJA and to determine the size of the national goal. The Joint Distribution Committee is engaged in taking care of the needs of the Jews in Displaced Persons camps in Europe, Asia and Africa. In addition, it is charged with the responsibility of transporting Jews from the Displaced Persons camps to IsraeL The Miami Jewish Community Center provides the cultural | recreational, social and physical activities program for the Jewish community of Miami. It is the home of over 25 communal or-, ganizations; offers a nurserf schooL afternoon clubs, scouting, summer camps, teen-age and adult activities, and a program for the Golden-age Club. It ah*. provides consultation and •* tension services to various Jewish organizations. The Y.M. and W.H.A. of Miami Beach services the total community of Miami Beach through its own program, as a meeting pk*j lor Jewish organizations, and its Extension Program which is utnWj by the synagogues on the Beach. The Y services every member of t I family whether they be 3 or 63. Its bi-cultural program brings to thtj Jewish community activities designed for general interest as well* that of Jewish content. An average of 4,000 persons avail themselW of the Y faculties each week. • The Resettlement Service Committee of the Jewish Social Servic* Bureau co-ordinates all services to Jewish immigrants who haf recently come to Greater Miami. Its general purpose is to have them become self-supporting, well adjusted citizens as soon as P 088 It helps them to find homes and secure employment; gives P eta0 service and economic aid; arranges for business loans; works the National Council of Jewish Women and other agencies In social and cultural adjustment of the newcomers. the Jewish Home for the Aged, locatedat 335 S.W. 12th IWJJ led to capacity with 38 residents. These cannot be P***" i_ ... — — 71 ner ce" 1 The is crowded to capacity with 38 residents. These cannot cared for because of inadequate physical facilities. Close to 75 p* of the residents suffer from some chronic illness and an infinD ?!^ l badly needed. The sum of $33,274 has been allocated to the bom the 1950 Combined Jewish AppeaL



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MIV MARCH 3, 19S0 brew Teachers Will Honor Freedman Banquet At Helene Hotel Sunday hsnauet will be tendered by ucation in Miami." Rabbi Jacob Hebrew Teachers Association H. Kaplan will offer the invoca"nor of its president, David tion and Harry Perach Kvitzsy will lead in the grace after meals. Community singing will be directed by ttJgMlgft fhril, >r PAGE ELEVEN bmaiTat '"the" Helene Hotel, J 15th St. Miami Beach, on L av March 5. at 7 p.m. %  w ocram will feature an h bv Rabbi Max Shapiro on Envelopment of Jewish Ed%  on gall Advocates |M Tax Repeal reing the repeal of the present lax law, Sidney Segall, %  date for state legislature, has J f or the establishment of a lax commission, appointed districts for the purpose of Sding a method of taxation burdensome to the people ,hc merchants in retail trade. utlined by Segall, this cornwill also provide for smenis on real property ighout the state. 43-year-old attorney, who akmg his second bid for also favors the establishof an economy board with rity to investigate all state for the purpose of ating needless and outexpenditures and methods, mending improvements and ing savings by ultimately ing into being a centralized asmg system. all promises to introduce a provide for the reforming city of Miami, whereby the commissioners would be d by and from districts and iy resulting in a more repreive city government. candidate advocates the reof certain criminal laws by ing more drastic punishof offenders guilty of lewd |decent assault or act upon Id; assault with intent to it a felony, such as murder, aughter or rape; breaking ptering; armed robbery, le constitution of the state of a is Model 1885 and does onforni to the needs and M of 1950 and the future," says. "It should be reall proposes to strengthen bir Trade Act. to amend the |eas law to allow consumers rs t.i deduct gasoline tax from Federal income ta*x I to call for legislation Khening the character of the I Welfare Board and regulap>verning the aged and the / nfi nn better with pt day c mditions and needs. Concert ncert will be held A-toi Hotel on Saturday, %  Pa ticipants will be F cai Yardeni, Israeli singer ptor; Ruth Brotman, conpnd radio soprano; Chana %  fgi European comedienne; ibman, organist. DE SOTO HOTEL [> HEALTH RESORT Modern, Steamheated. Fireproof Hotel. All Rooms with Pnvate B a t -h or Shower. Elevator and Telephone Service. Physiotherapy — mas. 5'ioe — colonies — mineral baths and allied treatments. Special diets for those in need. I'ncNy Hotel with Reasonable Tern V Per Week p r Person American Plan. R£r TY „. HAR 8o*. FLA. V"""-Cle.irwater 3-2367 Joshua Stadlan and greetings will be heard from Rabbi Irving Lehman: Mrs. JfRhua Stadlan of the Hebrew Teachers Association; Max Meisel of the Bureau of Jewish Education; Mrs. Sol Leslie, representing the parents of Freedman's students; and Miss Gerry Lou Rose, a student representative. Selections will be heard from Cantor Maurice Mamches, Cantor Berele Kelemer and Soprano Faye Drazin. Anyuta Melicov will be heard at the piano. Louis Schwartzman, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, will act as master of ceremonies. Founder and president of the Hebrew Teachers Association. Freedman is known for his leadership in educational and cultural organizations. Louis Gadon is chairman of the arrangements committee of the Hebrew Teachers Association. Tickets for the banquet may be procured from any of the Hebrew teachers or at the office of the Bureau of Jewish Education 318 Congress Bldg. Literary Musicale To Honor Yiddish Author Jews of Greater Miami will honor the author and journalist, I. Tolush, with a literary-musicale Washington Ave. Miami Beach. Tolush, a Miimian for many /ears, is on the xiitorial staff of he Jewish Morning Journal and has had published numerous articles and sketches depicting the life and growth of the local Jewish Tolush community. H e has written four books in Yiddish, one of which ("he New Bethlehem") has been translated into English. A highlight of the affair will be reviews of Tolush's works by his professional colleagues, and musical selections will be presented by Cantor J. Goldring, Michael Gibson, B. Miser, R. Borthman and A. Melicov. Transfers To WFEC Simon Seiden, whose Jewish Forum Hour was formerly heard weekly over station WWPB, is now -"broadcasting five times j weekly, Monday through Friday from 10:15 to 10:30 a.m., over station WFEC. Officers of the newly formed Coral Gables Post of the Jewish War Veterans who were recently installed include (1. to r.) Manfred J. Berliner, quartermaster; Murray Solomon, adjutant; A. Marvin Morris, commander; Harold Liebeskind. senior vice commander; Manuel Lubel, judge advocate. Hebrew Aradeiny To Hold Purim Fete; Grundwergs To Present Scroll More than 500 leaders of the local Jewish community are expected to attend the annual Purim celebration of the Hebrew Academy which will take place on Sunday, March 12, at 8 p.m. Highlight of the affair will be the presentation of a scroll to the Hebrew Academy by Mr. and Mrs. Samuel M. Grundwerg, who have been actively identified with the academy since it was founded three years ago. The Purim celebration will include an original all-Hebrew play "Gifts for Purim," especially prepared for the occasion by Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Stadlan, Miss Edna Sachs, all members of the faculty. Over 30 boys and girls of the academy will participate in the program. According to Sol Sugarman. guests will be surprised by the facility with which the students of the academy speak the Hebrew language and the stage experience, both of which the academy includes in its curriculum. Board Meeting Slated A board meeting of the Sisterhood of Congregation Beth El is, slated for Tuesday evening, March 7, at the Beth El Center, according to Mrs. Jack Shapiro, president. Opera Guild of Miami Presents Ad-Metropolitan Opera Cast KURT BAUM ROBERT WEEDE Mary Henderson Hugh Thompson In "PAGLIACCI And "SECRET OF SUZANNE" MAR. 18, 20. 22 TICKETS Burdine's 3rd Floor, near bridge. Ph. 9-1332; Cordelia's; Hartley • 1st Floor. In Coral Gables; Amidon's, Rainbow Book Shop. 88 Miracle Mile, Steadman Music. 2339 Ponce de Leon Blvd.; Miami Beach Fd'l Savings & Loan Ass'n., M. Bch. Radio Co., or write 625 S.W. 29th Rd. Prices $2.46. $3.03. $3.69, $4.31. $4.92. Tax Incl. BELIEVE IT-IT'S TRUE Purim Festival Slated First annual Purim festival of the Greater Miami Free Loan Association is slated for Monday, March 6, at 8:30 p.m. at the Miami Jewish Community Center, according to President Sam Rothstein. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Yomen will entertain. PTA To Meet Monday "Sowing Time and Growing Time" will be the theme of a Beth David PTA meeting on Monday, March 6, at 8 p.m. at the new synagogue. One of the highlights of the program will be a model Seder presented by children of the Sunday school. With DIGNITY and RESPECT Miami Beach and Miami's Finest Jewish Funeral Home Ambulance Service aisfAMii 5-5X44 'Thtmetial CAapel jgso ALTON ROAD IRVING BLASBERG MIAMI BEACH .LEONARD A. LEVINE p^a, Sector I FOR PUBLIC SERVICE -WAS NAWED OUTSTANDING YOUNG MAN OF MIAMI IN I940 Make yours a Double -Duty Vote* FOR FLOX/04 -fORAMEKMSt m GEORGE SMATHERS Your U. S. Senator 11 i I I' \ V \1 'I I I • I ) i • • 1 Si>J*Ct CO ** v OMOCHATIv. 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PAGE TWELVE AdkMtrf fleridian FRIDAY, MARCH a | Mrs. Seiden Hostess | At Brides' Luncheon Mrs. Albert Seiden. 4410 Nautii lus Dr.. Miami Beach, was hostess at a brides' luncheon on Wednesday. February 22. in honor of Mrs -Henry Bronner. the former Louise Weiss of Shreveport, La.. and Miss Bettv Jane Levy ,i Lotlt'sville, Kv. bride-Meet ol Robert Bronm The group assembled in the patio of the Seiden h .me for luncheon. The bufl t tab] o ited with white gladioli and i white tapers I n ned with white satin bows. Guests al the lunch Mesdames Louis Capland Sam Coolik, Clan F ID. -nan. I. Kyers, n, M A I li v '.I Richti r, Jeroirn Rosi nthal, M. Morris. Roy Shechter, Seymour Marvin BronNorman Brown, Gi ., ed, Irvinj Leea and Hi rrj Silvert, Toi nto, '• >uis tman, Alvm Richter, M irtimer :. j. Nashvilli Tenn C enfield. 1. M, Garfield and ick Thiel. Philadelphia, R Bronner, Morris Burk, Colman Zwitman, Irving Greenfield, Al Postal. Howard Kane. Jack Hoff-,;m and tin Misses Joy Morris, Charlotte Wilkes and Shirley Greenfield. Sylvia A. Zagoria Sylvia A. Zagoria Betrothal Revealed The betrothal of Miss Sylvia A. Zagoria to Irwin L. Samet. son of Mi. and Mis. William C. Samet of Brooklyn. N. Y.. has been announced by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Zagoria of this city. The bride-elect attended the University of Miami and graduated from the Laboratory Institute of Merchandising. New York City. Mr. Samet attended Brooklyn College and is now a student at the University of Miami, where he is a member of Phi Epsilon Pi fraternity. No date has been set for the wedding. Dr. Berlhold C. Friedl. professor of language and language methodology at the University of Miami, is delivering a series o'. lectures on "The Teaching of Hebrew" at the Kneseth Israel Congregation on Tuesday evenings. The series is sponsored by the Hebrew Teachers Association 3Bd the Bureau of Jewish Education of Greater Miami as intraining service for all instructors in Hebrew. AJC Chapter To, Meet The Greater Miami Chapter of the American Jewish Congress will hold its first general membership meeting of rf#n and women on Tuesday evening. March 7, at the teach Y auditorium. The group Recently v ited to become a men's jind women's organization, and this meeting will vote on proposed by-laws t.. ; the constitution, which was adopted at the previous meeting. Iladnssah Units To Hold llruneh The annuc. Hadassah Youth AUyah Chai Brunch will be he d at Copa City, Miami Beach, on Monday. Ma?ch 11k at 11:30 am With the Miami Beach Hannah Senesch and Henrietta Szold ... UP participating. Presidents % %  the groups are Mrs. Alexander Mrs M H % %  ,. Hen Mi Donal io 1 >ughl with the B rn in San, p ,i the n "i • %  A B d %  sit: and studied Harvard Law : aii corps I:. IH IT VI D %  I mi oi Haganah's I aptured and interned for three months in th prison camps %  i Cy| u Smuggled out o( Cvprus by Haganah, he trained night as a demolltionist with thi Palmach, the shock troops ol ;; t nah. Fluent in Yiddish and: Hebrew, he Is now undergoing medical treatment for his injuries while completing his law studies, i Also on the program will be j Mrs. Albert Gitlow. former nai tional Hadassah JNF chairman,] and a member of the national board. Mrs. Murray Grossman, first president of the newlyformed Florida State Region of Hadassah will bring greetings and Mrs. Samuel Bitter will offer the opening prayer, "Land Of Their Own." one of the first technicolor movies to be produced in Israel, will be shown. The film depicts the Youth Aliyah movement. Mrs. Samuel Lipton and Mrs. Leonard Bass are chairmen of the affair. Reservations may be made by calling Mrs. Joseph Lipton, f Mrs. Samuel Lipton. Mrs. Leonard Barr, or the president of any of the groups participating. Table decorations will be under the supervision of Mrs. Jack Udell. Beth I:i Indies Plan IIIIMIU'OII The Beth El Sisterhood has scheduled a luncheon for Wednesday. March 8. at 1 p.m. in the Dora August Memorial Hall. ; Bridge, canasta and mah jong I will be played during the afternoon. Mrs. Jack Shapiro, president, has appointed Mrs. Eugene Schwartz chairman of the affair. Her aides are the Mesdames Max 1 Rappaport. Albert Zisman. WilI Liam Eisenbach. Samuel Klein and 1 Shapiro. Formulating plans for the Youth Aliyah luncheon to be M at Copa City on Monday. March 13, are (sitting, 1. to r.| I. Leonard Barr, chairman: Mrs. Alexander Kogan. president oil Miami Beach Group of Hadassah; (standing, 1. to r.) Mrs. San Lipton, co-chairman: Mrs. Joseph Lipton, reservations. Bernard Wolfson To Become Bar Mitzvah Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wolfson, 2264 S.W. 16th Terr., announce the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Bernard, to be held on Saturday, March 4. at 9 a.m. at the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. The Bar Mitzvah, who is a student at Shenandoah Junior High School, will address the congregation and Rabbi Simon April will respond. The Wolfsons will be hosts at a kiddush following the ceremony. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. Educators To Speak Miss Malvina Weiss, principal of South Beach Elementary School, and Dr. H. Franklin Williams, vice president of the University of Miami, will speak on "Education for Democracy" on Saturday. March 4, at 3:30 p.m. On Tuesday evening Charles H. Lee will continue his series of lectures on "The Heavens and the Earth." Sholein Lodge T4 Honor Pr


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jAY, MARCH 3, 1950 rsonally Speaking Dr and Mrs. Sam Leb and their son, Stephen, are in Miami c h visiting their parenta, Mr. and Mrs. I. Leb, and Mrs. Rediker. They will spend a few days in Havana, Cuba, bitinq Mrs. Leb's father. During their stay here, they are with Leb's parents at 1024 Pennsylvania Ave. Dr. Leb graduated lm St. Louis University Medical School last June and is now Tiring at the St. Mary's Group of Hospitals in St. Louis. ^ ^P !" Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shapiro, 853 S.W. 11th St., are Shapiro's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lew er oi Brooklyn, N. Y. The visitors will be here for several Pfc. Norman Glazier of the U. S. Air Force is visiting his ents Mr. and Mrs. J. Glazier of West Palm Beach. -* Spending several weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Max Hoffman 18 21st St., Miami Beach, are Mrs. Hoffman's brother-in-law sister, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Goldstein of Flushing, Long Island. Mr. and Mrs. Murray Budner announce the arrival of a ighter, Sandra Mae, on February 17 at Doctors Hospital, al Gables. Miss Ethel Mandel, president of the Women's B'nai B'rith ncil of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, is visiting Miami Beach for a vacation. During her stay here she will confer with Mrs. y Kaufman, president of the B'nai B'rith Women's Council and Charles R. Jacobson, executive director of the Greater Umi Men's B'nai B'rith Council. Alfred Gottesman, well-known industrialist who makes his e at the Delmonico Hotel, left this week for Hollywood, where he will supervise the casting of the film, "Proud ," the story of the development of the Grand Canyon. The and screen script were written by his son, Joe Gottesman. e of the film's scenes will be shot with a helicopter. Among other ventures, Alfred Gottesman also heads the company, nandoah Films. Mi and Mrs. Sidney Aronovitz, 2701 S.W. 4th Ave., ance the birth of a son, Tod Nathan, on Sunday, February 26, ount Sinai Hospital. The mother is the former Eleanor an, daughter of the Sam Richmans of Manninq, S. C. lal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Aronovitz of West. )unt Sinai Hospital Auxiliary Issues For Additional Volunteers +Je*islfk ) rk/icin PAGE THIRTEEN" few groups of volunteers are Ig recruited by the Women's piliary of Mount Sinai Hospital in the social service denent and with the Wheel and service, now being ord. irmerly limited only to women special training in social lice work, the social service rtment will now aecept all en who wish to help. Duties orkers include counseling of Hits on special problems, aring for assistance when noncal needs must be met and aids to hospital routine. fe iirdme's Sans/une TUsfaoiu SPECIAL PURCHASE! BIG, THIRSTY CANNON IBATH TOWELS 65c CO. ily favorites soft, v ily tufted, large sized 'owels ... in the longptfng. brightly colored n n rnanner! And, Bur's brings them to you at e >:tra sp 9c ial 3tock-up Choose yours from 1 Pink, agua, yellow, :n go. grey and char*' About 20x40 inches. TCHING H CLOTHS each 19c Burdine't, Miami, Bath Shop, second Floor such as the mental preparation of patients for surgical procedures. A special course by the hospital anesthetist is being given to the social service volunteers. Women interested in this type of work are requested to call Mrs. Harold B. Spaet, social service chairman, for details. The Wheel and Tray service supplements the nurses aides and hospital aides corps and is headed by Mrs. Aaron Reder. Volunteers in this department assist at mealtimes with feeding patients and with getting trays to the rooms, and in the afternoons with transporting wheel-chair patients outdoors and to special hospital departments. Their tour-of-duty is shorter and more flexible than that of the other aides and requires less formal training. Women interested in helping regularly with this work are asked to call Mrs. Reder or Mrs. Joseph Lipton, co-chairman. Handmade gifts for the hospital gift shop are being produced by four different small sewing circles under the direction of Mrs. William Lehman. With Mrs. Robert Lewin, co-chairman, she supervises the activities of groups headed by Mrs. Stanley Davis, Mrs. Albert Seiden, Mrs Camillc Baum, Mrs. John Owen and Mrs. Mark Lansburgh. Newly named co-chairman of the gift shop is Mrs. Henry E. Wolff, who is serving with Mrs. Herman Boughton Publication of a regular Women's Auxiliary bulletin four times a year has been authorized by the executive board. Members with journalistic or advertising experience who would like to help in this work are asked to call Mrs. Maurice Serotta, publicity chairman. The Brooklyn Woman's Hospital held its annual fund-raising luncheon last week at the Delano Hotel, scene of last year's event. Officials of this group who assisted in activities are (1. to r.) Mrs. Rose Frisch, Mrs. Sarah Holland. Mrs. Abe Maucher. Mrs. Bess Nelson, Mrs. Gella Goldman. Mrs. Moses Ginsberg and Mrs. Rhoda M. Levine. Neumann To Be Guest At Zionist Luncheon The founder of the Keren Hayesod (Palestine Foundation Fund), Dr. Emanuel Neumann, will be the guest of honor at the Zionist Luncheon Club of the Miami Beach Zionist District, Wednesday, March 8, at 12:15 at Mendelsohn's Lincoln Manor, 2 Lincoln Road, Harold Shapiro, chairman, announced. Principal speaker will be I. R. Goodman, liaison agent for the American Zionist Council and the American Christian Palestine Committee of the Southeastern states, who will talk on "Arming Arabs to. Attack Israel." Toastmaster will be local attorney, Harold Shapiro. Zionist news will be reported by Murray Goodman. Serving on the committee of hosts will be Daniel M. Broad, Paul Eisman and J. Goldstein. Mrs. Danziger To Fete Beach Auxiliary Board Mrs. Harry Danziger will be hostess to the board of directors of the Miami Beach Women's Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged at a dessert luncheon preceding the board meeting or. Tuesday, March 7, at 12 noon at Douglas Gardens, N.E. 52nd St and 2nd Ave. Mrs. Sol Silverman chairman of the board, will preside. Brown Unveiling A monument to the memory of the late Lewis Brown, formerly Of 1680 S.W. 8th St., will be unveiled Sunday afternoon at 3 p.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery. Rabbi Max Shapiro, of Congregation Beth David, will officiate, assisted by Cantor Maurice Mamches. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Co. Mr. Brown was a resident of Miami for many years and was past president of Congregation Beth David. He was also a member of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith and of the James Connell Lodge of the Masonic Order, in addition to many local charitable and philanthropic organizations. Moss Unveiling The unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Edward A. Moss will take place Sunday at two o'clock at Mt. Nebo Cemetery. Mr. Moss was survived by his wife and children. Friends and relatives are asked to attend the ceremony Arrangements are in charge of Thurmond Monument Company. Ki'.~ %  %  -KENT to > %  >•> and Navy DoMlun od Harnback liiord PRINTING *>i every d*eriptU>n wJewisti FSondlidifi tlommereial Printing Wepnrtment 120 N.E. Sixth Street, Miami Phones 9-6708 — 2-1141 Callus for an estimate on all your prix^nq ."••fb. bprat.dby ROBERTS PR.NYINO CORPORATION 1U jJmdoH & MmfUf "KENT Bold Styling! Rich Texture in Doeskin and Homback Lizard... and Johnston & Murphy Craftsmanship to make them "Correct" %  %  THE JOHNS! URPHY sSHOP >2 I LINCOLN ROAD iM^nthrt F.r tililtraii Ctsub" Open late Till 10 p. m. Phone 5-9867



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'., PAGE FOURTEEN g i**utn*rid1ari tables Center To Present Show First annual variety show and dance of the Coral Gables Jewish Center is scheduled for Sunday, March 5, at 8 p.m. The show, under the chairmanship of Mel Haber and Mrs. Morris Horwitz, will feature a comic opera coached by Cantor Joseph Malek. a style show with fashions from 1900 to the present date and a mock wedding party. Guest stars will include Michael Rosenberg from the Plaza Theatre, a magician and a dance team. Music will be furnished by Eddie Harmon and his Syncopating Sevens. Tickets are available through Sam Elinoff or at the center. Academy Pupils To Entertain Cardiac Home Patients Pupils of the Hebrew Academy will present a program at the National Children's Cardiac Home on Sunday, March 5. at 2:30 p.m. The !'i gram will consist of a Purim fantasy and allegory in drama and music especially prepared for the occasion by the faculty oi tne academy, under the direction of the drama and music departments of the school. As a special tribute to the children of the home, trees have been planted in Israel in their honor by the pupils of the academy and individual certificates will be presented at the affair Sunday afternoon. THE BEST SU "Male. iPwue Mi. f-eaiPwle." BOTTLED FRESH DAILY The Seashore Food & Pickle Products, inc. "Condiment Manufacturers" 343 Jefferson Ave. Miami Beach Ph. 5-3457 armed forces and to through the Home Serviced ment in :;. c caapter 7 chapter services to be maim, include health, education safety programs. YOUR EVERYDAY PRICfl Among Miamians who attended the United1 JjwU* L ^-^^e^^a^ Hotel last weekend were (sitting cockwjs^> %  *•£?£ ^n Joseph M. Rose: (standing. 1. lot.) ttttttiSlttttjttS&i ML Orov,, Ben Danhaum. Sam Blank. Howard Kane and Dr. S a "'**/"S ewish Federation, presented a check for $250,000 to J^JSBS^&itttttt 2 Miami's location „ ht — Obituaries ISIDOR GREEN (5, of 5 JeTferson Ave., I away on MoncLuComing here rrom \. -v Fork tgb\ engaged in the business. Surviving are his wife Rebeei two daughter*. Mrs Paul Sp, Mrs. Bertha Alfm.-. Services wen ,,i l p.m. Tuesday at Riverside Memorial Cfeapel, Miami Beach, with Interment In Ml. Sinai. GUSTAV W ROSENBERG 64. of H80 I.a Qorce Drive, Pss*a away on Sunday. Service were held Wednesday In Riverside Memorial Chapel. Mr. Rosenberg came from Boston seven years ago and was a button manufacturer. Surviving; are his wife, Elizabeth and a brother Kmanuel.. Barg Unveiling The unveiling or a monument dedicated to the memory of the late Ethel Barg will take place Sunday at Mt. Nebo Cemetery. Survivors include a brother. Gus Barg, Miami; a sister Mrs. Gertrude Reimer, of Miami Beach; also brothers Ralph and Morris, of Philadelphia, and sisters Mrs. Freda Barg, Philadelphia, and Mrs. Lila Katz of Ardmore. Pa. Arrangements are in charge of Thurmond Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. LEST MRS. AVANKA MALIS 76, Of 1013 Lenox Ave.. paused away Sunday. She came to Miami nine years ago. Beach Memorial Chapel sent the remains to Philadelphia for Interment, ALBERT SKLAROFF 63. of 6"61 Collins Ave passed away Saturday. He had been a wlntel vlstor f„r twenty years. The remains were sent to Philadelphia by the Beach Mi mortal Chapel. He is survived by his wife Fniini' JACOB M. KADEN 12, of 3T44 s.W. :11th Road passed away suddenly on Saturday. Mr. Kaden earn,here nine yirs ago from Chicago where he operated a departme nt store. He Is survived by his wife, Mae Florence Kaden, and chlld Howard and Lester of Chicago, and Mrs Russel Bean, of New O mertown Ohio: also a sister Mr< Am I !• of Chli ago. The emaina were Chicago Bjr the Gordon Funeral Home. MRS. YETTA KANDEL 72, of T.r: 8.W. th St.. passed aw i.v S follow ing n brief IllLent here for g i W I Ingl i, c He • %  • %  hei husband KenMis. Jull : 1 I R • %  an "!fi' er Uu n\. a member ui Hadassnh B iial D'tith Au: hai •• r m< mb" r of I i lev, h the %  rviees -A, %  e held HI I I* >l Puni il Home with Rabbi Mas HI atlng. Interment took place ,ln Woodlawn Park Pepper Will Give Keynote Address Senator Claude Pepper's official declaration that he hopes to make it 20 straight years in the U. S. Senate will be made this Thursday, March 2. at 8 p.m. in Bayfront Park auditorium. Sen. Pepper will make his keynote speech, to be broadcast throughout Florida, at 8:30 p.m. It will be heard locally on WQAM. WIOD and WMIE. Stuart Patton. compaign chairman, pointed out that "this speech will mark the first time in many years that a major candidate for U. S. Senatoi has chosen Dado County for his statewide keynote broadcast." "In this campaign." Pepper declared, "I will take the basic directly to the people themselves." Red Cross Goal Set At $271,084 A quota of $271,084 has been set by the Dade County Chapter of the American Red Cross to meet community needs during the coming year, B. Hirman Blakey, chairman of the 1950 Red Cross fund campaign, announced this week. The campaign got underway on Wednesday with a kickoff meeting at municipal auditorium and will continue during the month of March. Blakey said that maintaining high quality service in the community by the Red Cross is dependent upon full public support in meeting the quota, which is based on muiuiuuii needs of Red Cross services. Basic services expected to require major expenditures for next year are disaster relief, services to members of the TOWER 1 TIRE PAY NO MORE! NYLON LINE 300 n 45 Lb. T.st I i SOcI KOSHER (Live) CHICKENS Slaughtered When Ordered Under Supervision of Rabbis Mescheloff & Rackovsky BUY DIRECT — SAVE MONEY Herman Poultry Our Fancy Pullets. Yearlings, Turkeys. Ducks & Day Old Eggs Are Priced Reasonable. Compare. WE DELIVER 87 Washington Ave. 38-1839 237 N.W. 5th St. (Miami) 3-7584 ALBERT LOEFFLER Of ei-7'i Collins Ave, passed away this week, He is survived by his wife Charlotte, The remains were senl to Detroit by the each Memorial Chapel. MRS. SEMO SHIFF 76, of ui17 s.w. 5th si., passed away Sunday, A resident here for 20 years Mis. shlff was formerly <>f New Haven. She is survived by her dauahters, Mrs. Charles Rosem-Mit'ii. Miami Heath, and Mrs. Dorothy FlelHchner, of Hrisi.il. also two SUMS. Harrv. of New Haven and Jos, of Bridgeport; and a sister Mrs. Minna levins. Miami. Services were held in the liordon Funeral Home with Interment in Woodlawn Park. Rabbi Irving I^ehrman officiated. Auxiliary To Hold Fete The Ladies Auxiliary of Kneseth Israel congregation will hold a Purim Festival Sunday, March 5, at 8 p.m. in the synagogue, announced auxiliary president, Mrs. Esther Eisenstein. Rabbi Isaac H. Ever will act as toastmaster. A program of liturgical music and Jewish humor will be presented. LOUIS TEICH FRED BERNSTEIN L & F. Coral Way Kosher Moat Market 1741 CORAL WAY MIAMI. FLA. PHONE 83-1383 For Free Delivery FINEST STRICTLY KOSHER WESTERN MEAT AND POULTRY UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY Stelnlms LEADER WIRE 25 ft. No.. 1 ewt. 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All Voters and Merchants Oppres By Tax Grab' Invited To SupportSEGALL FOR LEGISLATURE ACT NOW! TO REPEAL SALES TAX Address: SIDNEY SEGALL Platform Committee 8th Floor Biscayne Bldg. Miami, Florida ALLAPATTAH HEADQUARTERS. 1740 N.W. 35th ST (Next to Allapnttah News) Phones: 82-2491 9-5926 (raid pa ,llllcl



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[Y MARCH 3, 1950 +Jewish n* r Mar, \er Schools (old Festival fciami Beach Jewish Center I and Sunday Schools will Jpurim festival on Sunday, K beginning at 10 a.m. m Vr patio, according to I. R. En and David R. Isen, Chairmen. If Irving Lehrman will leetings and the religious Ihoir under the direction Vomen, center musical di%  will present Purim songs. [enter dramatic club will a Purim play entitled _r Explains." Participants %  Margie Friedland, Sandra %  arriet Levy. Donald Vintold Isen, Peter Hornick, Schwartz, Robert Kahn. Bauer, Jason Lesser, Mel(ilfe, Alan Wolfe, Alan Morris Bailey, Ruth Ha Paul Weiss, Herbert Barbara Turoff, Frank |ita Klonsky, Robert Staiuart Rubin, Henry Leon, on and Robert Burg. ktume contest will be [and winners will receive Vmazing Maurice," magiIll entertain. IVeiss, president of the 1 council of the religious (will act as master of lies. i will be served under the and supervision of the Parent-Teacher AssociaHarry Greer and Mrs. Wolfe are in charge. with the lunch will ifesdames Paul Warren, Robinson. Murray Blane, |Mechlowilz, Louis Roloff, ehrman. Irving Cypen, Sugarman. Leo Brandeis, Brick, lly Sweet, Ruth |ld. Gertrude Siegel, Lee Manny Jacobson, Ray Joseph Zemel, Allan fcnd William Waller. Eber, Youngest IP A In Florida, Opens Office Here PAGE FIFTEEN Ijrot. honorary life presiL current treasurer of Israel Congregation. a new Scroll to the fe Sunday afternoon. A escori-d the Scroll jot's residence at 1510 •ania Ave., Miami Beach. Tiagogue. Cantors Leibele and Mordtcai Hauer [M in the program and KC H. Ever officiated. Georgia Legislator Credits JWV With Spearheading Drive To Unmask Klan The Jewish War Veterans were credited with a leading role r L£?y gP about the adoption of anti-Klan ordinances in DHL 1 7 e ? rai ? ccmmunilie s and a drive for a state unmasking Z oidshet 7 nIy V teS ,0 Strlp ,he KlQn f US h ds Victor I. Eber, a member of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, recently won the honor of being the youngest certified public accountant in the state of Florida. Eber, 25 years of age, has announced the opening of offices at 1801 Congress Building, following his recent association with the firm of Weber, Thompson and Lefcourt. The young man received his degree of bachelor of business administration from the University of Miami after 39 months with the Army Air Forces. Prior to his enlistment he had attended the College of City of New York. Eber is a charter member of the Miami Unit of the American Veterans Committee and has been active as an adviser with the Miami Beach Y sports program for youth. •Ian Peerce To Sin;; Sunday The Sisterhood of the Miami Jewish Community Center will present Jan Peerce, one of the foremost exponents of Italian technique now in American opera, on Sunday, March 5, at 8:15 p.m. at the center. Peerce, whom Arturo Toscanini has termed his "favorite tenor," has \ieen with the Metropolitan Opera Company since 1941. Following his debut at the Met, he was hailed as the first all-American contribution to the great tradition of operatic voices. Since his Metropolitan bow, Peerce has risen in fame and is now not only one of America's favorite concert tenors but one of its busiest. John W. Greer of Lakeland, Lra., Lamer Country represental e m the Geor 8 ia legislature, wno has been spearheading the campaign to bring the Klan out into the open, attributed to Paul Ginsberg of Atlanta, JWV's national judge advocate, development of the plan which has resulted in the passage of unmasking ordinances by nineteen Georgia cities and towns. In a letter to the commander of JWV's Atlanta Post No. 112, Representative Greer asserted: "The Jewish War Veterans was the only Jewish organization that gave me any help in this fight against the Klan." He added that he had "pledged to Paul Ginsberg" that he would introduce an unmasking bill "in every session of the legislature until it is passed, and this promise I will keep." Representative Greer related in his letter that after "a number of legislators walked out of the House because they were afraid to vote for fear of repercussions in their local communities," he conferred with Ginsberg and decided on a grass roots campaign to bring tfce unmasking issue before civic and church groups and clubs in local communities to "give the legislators an indication of how strongly the people back home felt about this bill and how much they were opposed to the idealogies of the Ku Klux Klan." At GinsDerg's suggestion, Re-, prentative Greer opened his drive by addressing the Junior Chamber of Commerce of Atlanta. The Chamber reacted to this talk by adopting a resolution urging the Atlanta City Council to enact an anti-mask ordinance. When the city council passed an unmasking law, Representative Greer addressed a letter to every mayor in the state of Georgia urging similar action. At Ginsberg's initiative, some thirty speaking engagements were made for Representative Greer, who carried To Hold Purim Party Pioneer Women, Club No. Two of Miami Beach, will celebrate Purim with a party and play on Monday, March 6, at 8 p.m. at Kneseth Israel, according to Mrs. Abe Shedroff, president. the unmasking issue directly to the peoDle of the state. Nineteen cities took action on the basis ol Greer's appeal. Center Adds Course An arts and crafts class for children from eight to 11 to be held on Monday afternoons at 3:30 at the Miami Jewish Community Center will begin March 6. The course will include copperwork, glass painting, needlework and some woodwork. Instructor will be Eugene Yuhish, a member of the center staff at winter camp, where he taught puppetry. THE UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI PRESENTS MARKOV A and DOLIN GREAT GEMS from the BALLET and DANCE WED. THURS„ MARCH 8th 9th, 8:30 P.M. In 2 Different Programs • MUNICIPAL AUD.. BAYFRONT PARK, 320 N.E. 5th ST. 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Lyons, Miami attorney, on the Jewish Hour over station WTTT on Sunday, in behalf of the United Jewish Appeal. MRS. ROSE LIPSITZ 66, of K24 S.W. 14IH AW., passed away Saturday at her home. She la survived by her son Milton, a sister, Mrs. Wolf Wilensky and a brother, Joe Itauzin, all of Miami. A native of Savannah, Mrs. Llpsltz had been a resident of Miami for many years. Th.Miami Riverside Funeral Home Bent the remains to Savannah for MI vices and Interment. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IB HEREBY QIVBN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of .GOLDEN ARROW MOTEL at 13600 I Collins Avenue Dade County, Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HAROLD S. CANTOR EI,RY STONE Attorney for Harold S. 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MARCH 3, 1950 +Jewi$ti Fkrkiian between You and Me" By BORIS SMOLAR [(Copyright, 1948, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) t^ny.MORTALIZED: | N 'obel Prize in literature It been awarded for some TLause no book has been Fdurine the last years ling for s,,t h an award • • • i book made its appearance United States this week lefer to John Hersey's "The [which I consider one of U outstanding books not it American literature, but t]d literature ... It is a L giant that can be comf 0 nlv with such colossal as' Tolstoy's "War and The author—who won llitzer Prize for his "A Bell Wano" and was acclaimed btionally for his "HiroshiCisited Warsaw shortly ihe end of the war ... He ibviouslv impressed with Ens of trie uhettos and with lies of heroism displayed fby the small number of Lho had evaded deportation [chamber and lived to fight fcrmanv Armj Although pew, he felt the epic story i ghetto with deep emotion And he brings it out in a t-hich makes the volume a |y masterpiece of our gen"i. There is great underr \l< :n the book for all that fcktn place in the ghetto, jlhe fii-' days of its erection i N. zis to the very last day ilcali-Miami •ings I nil To in.Mir llanee leah-Mianii Springs Jewish tunity Center will sponsor a %  pniversary dance on Satur|March 11. at the Miami gs Country Club. ertainment, contests and are p!..nned with dancing |9 p.m. Music will be proby Eddie Green and his ktra. By Gordon, chairman of the will also act as master of ponies. Gilbert Levy, coman, and Mr. and Mrs. G. nson are in charge of en|nment Tickets may be obat the door or by calling |Strunin, 88-4873. proceeds of this affair will the group's building fund. \d Lecture Series Is iched at Beth Sholom third and final series of % es in Temple Beth Sholom's tshop i Jewish Living, be%  Tednesday, according to an Imcemenl by Mrs.* Hyman irman of the tem| adult education committee. I' lures in this series are Four Greal Jewish Classics Joint; the Bible, the Talmud. IShulcl Aruch and the erB'iok R.,bbi Leon Kronish. pal leader of Temple Beth prn. and Rabbi Murray Per of Beth El Congregation % %  mi, will deliver the series. Ires will be given on March |2 and 29. regular adult Hebrew swhuh have been held each m '"" i ..rung at the temple continue throughout the Fj'l March at 7:45 p.m. of the destruction of the walled community And, what will impress Jewish readers mostly, there is deep insight into the psychology of the various Jewish types around whom the author his story Non-Jewish readers will be impressed no less with the book since the author actually visualizes the ghetto through the eyes of a nonJew although he tries, for the sake of authenticity, to present the developments in the ghetto on the basis for a fictional diary written by a Jewish archivist living in the ghetto Actually, the book is history, with all the facts apparently well verified, written in the best tradition of classic fiction ... It would be I impossible to properly analyze the high literary quality of the I book in the short space available here There will be much written about this book for many years to come, just as there was much written about many other books which made literary history ... All that I can say here is that Mr. Hersey has singlehandedly erected the most impressive monument tc the fallen Jews of the Warsaw ghetto through his brilliant presentation of their fight and the events that preceded their armed resistance to the Nazis The world will now, for the first time, get a vivid picture of the tragedy of the extinction of Polish Jewry —a picture that will never be forgotten by anyone who reads Mr. Hersey's novel And the Germans, too, should be made to see it through a German-language translation PAGE SEVENTEEN B'nai B'rith Lodges Plan Members Drive A spring membership drive is planned by the Greater Miami B'nai B'rith Council, it has been announced by George J. Talianoff, South Florida membership chairman. Six B'nai B'rith Lodges in Greater Miami, as well as Hollywood, Ft. Lauderdale and West Palm Beach will participate in the concentrated effort to enroll members. President of the B'nai B'rith Council, George Bertman. has announced that a bronze plaque will | be awarded to the lodge showing the greatest proportionate gain in membership. The District Grand Lodge will award gold menorah i pencils to workers enrolling five members or more, and marcasite —studded menorah lapel buttons will be awarded to workers signing up ten men or more. Awards will be made at a special membership rally scheduled for the first week in May following the state convention. 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Events Will Mark tautali Women T Music Month Here %  %  ,!& %  evin Two important musical events l sa iafi^i\wll hnld a membe.s. will mark the community cele„•;_,. „ %  .. i .. ir,.„u a bration of Jewish Music Month.' meetin on Monday. March 6 An intPr-ritv .Wih mnoir 1:30 P-"at the home I -1 Temple at An inter-city Jewish music 1:JU P" m ; nom e festival will be held at the Miami j Ann Bernstein, 160o Biarritz Dr.. Beach Jewish Community Center Miami Beach, according to an on Saturday, March 18. at 8:15 announcement by Mrs. Clara Mae p.m. featuring a large array of Van Ness, president. local and national talent. Guest speaker will he Dr. Lc<> M. Levin of Miami Beach, who Artists to appear to date, with more coming, include Pierre Mande. concert violinist: Marcel Chiland. nationally known vocalist; Dr. Paul Beck, musical diwill speak on "The Old and the New Medicine." rector of Temple Isaiah: Florence 1 n.^. %  „.,..!. T" Kutzen. concert pianist; Joseph %  •*lll • %  •• %  Schreibman. Margaret Chasan. llik|| I'liriiti Vi> V _... *.. U ,..b.*. .. &h 4. n ^.v, Wl.UOt.,1. Anyuta Melicov. The festival will also present Cantors Maurice The annual Purim fi M nches and Louis Feder. the Presented by t en of the : the Miami Beach ?eth £> c b Re J %  %  Sc, ho ] w,1 > Jewish Community Center, the be ht : ld Saturday March 4. at r of the Beth David Congrep !" ; ln the sch o1 auditorium. eation and the .TewUh Folk The Program will inch gation and Chorus. the Jewish "folk!_ !" .Program will include I Purim debate, songs and recita, ,, I tions in both Hebrew and English Admission o :he Jewish Music and a Purim masquerade C0I f te5t I r li 1 ,1 b % fle t?P n A motion picture will be sh r,,?n si -f r JeW i Sh MU uu and festival refreshments served. ^^ol^L f V I K ,aml W,,h Participants in the program will arrangements under the supervibe Ha Gulki Sj ( dne % Jfl fa nn n ^ n M n !'^ eCt : son Michael Halpern, Fred. and conipo^e: ,..._:•,Chasen Bernard. Buddy Bernard. Carole music instructor, and Louis Samee. Bettv Paris. Pearl Pearlector soni Pineena PearIson and Linda Cochrane Is Candidate For School Director Clarence H. Cochrane. a lifelong Republican, has filed as a candidate lor school director in district one. Cochrane was born in Indiana and attended the schools of ence County. He is a railroad man and has been employed by the Baltimore and Ohio and New \ ; Central for nearly 30 years. Hi S a member of the Brotherj hood of Railroad Trainmen and i ) |er of Railroad Conductors. Clara Hirsh Landau Chapter Will Meet Clara Hirsh Landau Chapter, B'rith Young Women, will %  Monday, March 6. at 8:30 p.m. in the home of Bobby De923 16th St. Miami Beach.! A program will be presented by j WINX Chapter, B'nai B'rith Girls. j Phylis Cork is in charge. DRINK PLENTY OF • i ten re CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES 85c 5-GALLON BOTTLE 75c DELIVERED TO Y0 UR "FOR BETTER HEAiT, FROM INFANCY^ OLD AGE" PHONE 2-4 Aranoff. Filt < lhapter To Hold Smoker of the Bureau of Jewish Education, the festival will feature new Israeii compositions and first performances in Miami of recent Jewish music. The second event will take place on Sunday. March 19. at 3 p.m. at Temple Beth Sholom A membership smoke: will be : Gfn Miami sponsored by the FDR Chapter. parti youth music j B'nai B'rith Young Men. on Sunfestiv turing The Parade [day, March 5, between 2 and 5 : J •'• -v... '! : ;.-. %  -" ..-, mg. P-m. at the home of Morton WetTalent assembled after audistein, 2740 S.W. 20th St.. it has I includes a Deen announced by President • 0 f, W al 'er Traurig. %  "•' C ::.The program will include a Acaden y, description of the service proBeth El. Beth grams carried on by the organizathe junior chorus of tj on. followed bv cards and rethi Be, %  : %  -. Y. shments. The group invites A .-.. rration • gether ^l en bet een the ages of 19 and al and instru_ mental solos and dance. and youth ip ting; in the V nth Musi Festival which is expected to become an annual attraction. Mr. Darid Rosner If/ invites you to V DINNER AT THE DELMONICO Nationally Famous KOSHER CUISINE Now Accepting Passcvcr Reservat'ons *&$ MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 13, 8:15 0-Qfj at the MIAMI BEACH HIGH SCHOOL AUDITOJ PIMILMC RECEPTIO\ in honor of Reuven Shreibmai Deputy Mayor of Jerusalem MAJOR AARON DECTER. Speaker MASCHA BENYA, Soprano Admission $1.25 including tax NO SOLICITATION OF FUNDS AS LOW AS! 4% MORTGAGE LOANS L.RV ~ 3r*nra —•—. l.-.L HENRY E WOLFF CO 0 H CONDITIONED Dr. Schoiifchl Will To Speak Here ^ Dr. Lazar Schonfeld. father-inlaw : Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, Will be guest speaker at the Sabbat.-, services al C mgregation Beth Jacob on Saturday moraine March 4. 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[y.-MAHCHiWM +Je*ist>rhricH*r> PAGE NINETEEN jal Service Bureau Seeks Positions For Unemployed i -i li•# ink Annnrtnnitioc \IFVI/*K i-.-.. ..1 K. % %  •,...;: —j 11 U.AI '*' V Anvone having job opportunities which meet the specified limitations is asked to Erfsh Social Service Bureau at 3-5377.—Editor. call Immigrants Unemployed Case iVnrker Work Limitations ALR ALK Speak. English .None No Employment Desired Mas ulcers No Shoemaker; wishes to learn bakery; can do physical work Baker's helper: presser of men's garments 3t> yrs 25yrs. 42 J %  %  EL EL 46 yrs. EL 27 yrs. EL 24! < %  %  %  i "35 yrs! "53yrs7J 40> 36 yrs. None Speaks and understands Mechanical work Locksmith: laborer None (ihusky) iNO CandymaKer; Will take anything None Understands Millinery: Sewing None FailShoemaker; has had about 8 weeks training here :\one Very adequate Painter: Hebrew teacher; has artist training and ability iSone Good Butcher: can do errand boy or clerical work Rheumatic English Weaver: no other skills; is a EL i pains EL Elementaiv Sabbath observer Gynecological trouble Gone! Duodenal ulcer cannot do heavy work M A little" Post T.B. .!".! Stomach ailment; can't work hard no English: no Yiddish: just German_ A little Extremely nervous; gall A little bladder trouble; headaches etc. Vv:, JM" None Light work; clerical office work; is a Sabbath ob server Stitching tops of shoes in factory; butche ring Expert ladies tailor Any unskilled work; was a bookkeeper_and sales man Dressmaker alterations A little Unskilled; nice appearing; well groomed 39 yrs. JM None Yes Photographer; painter (doesn't belong to union) JM None No 36 yrs. JM None Yes Photographer; fountain pen and eye g l ass repair experience Dental mechanic; other work of any kind 33 vis JM None Yes Experienced shoemaker LOCAL 45 yrs. 46 yrs. 40 yrs. ALR ALR" Has Palsy Speaks well Newspaper stand Only very light Work Speaks well Salesman by car: light clerical EL None Good Men's clothing salesman; "anything" _40 yrs 37 yrs. ALR Emotionally difficult pjL Anything HD Sabbath Observer A little "Mishgiach" in Europe; owned grocery store; un skilled 33 yrs 25 yrs. 25 yrs. HD Sabbath Observer Unskilled; does elementary sewing HD None Yes, reads and writes well Accordion player; singer; selling or unskilled hotel work HD None Yes. read and writes well 14 31 yrs. HD Artificial leg Yes Simple office work and typing; has artistic ability in small decorative art such as painting on silks; selling "Trained by Vocational Rehabilitation" Bur. as electrical appliance repairman 44 y (local) 34 yrs. "26 yi s HD Hand eczema: ineffective personality slow talking and moving Unskilled'; newsstand vendor; salesman HD None A little Butcher and slaughtering house; unskilled labor RS RS HD Feels he cannot do heavy Yes, not work: acquires severe fluently physical symptoms when such a job is presented Bus boy; hotel work; training in some trade i.e. upholstering Small stature; frail None Sabbath observer A little Dental technician; light work Lather operator; unskilled work ___^ RS Poor work attitude; beFairly good lieves he is too old although he looks and acts 10 years younger Men's clothing salesman; watchman fami Center To ld Celebration combined celebration of ph Music Month and Purim | be held for children on Fri%  March 3, at 3:45 p.m. at the n> Jewish Community Center. children of public school I are invited to participate in Ifestival. which will include f ng> facing, games, refreshes and prizes. Guests are |a to dress in costumes detheir favorite Purim characters and several prizes will be awarded for costumes. The program will also include selections by the Jewish Children's Folk Chorus under the direction of Mrs. Ben Yomen; Israeli songs and dances by the Beth El Seniors; Purim games songs by the four and five year old children of the center preschool under the direction of Mrs. Cora Friedman; Sabbath chants by students of the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation, as well as group singing led by Elaine Sachs of the center staff. 1524 S. W. 3rd ST. Furn. 3-Bedroom House Near School — YMHA Season or Yearly Children Welcome Call after 5 Except Sat. and Sun. LONDON ARMS "W3 DINING ROPM OPEN TO PUBLIC PHONE 5-1264 Under Ptttonal Supe'vtiiefl o' M. KHCISBERG • 0 HRAMSON M SUSSMAN PARTY CATERING MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Wholesale and Retail Rough or Pulverized Grade A. Soil "WE SPREAD" Phone 4-0335 LANDSCAPING OUR SPECIALTY 1813 S. 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%  1 IT HAPPENED ON PURIM Bv PHILIP GOODMAN Director of Jewish Education of JWB's Jewis) %  v Socii • I A Pur m Greet g Co %  Although the sending of handatulations on the ocn : Pui im was in t! ntury, the n if si n ling print ing cards has eveloped ntly. In World War I, the National Ji w sh W< Ifi re B ard ted Purim greeting They wi re i produced in World W II. and ever two million distributed to the J< membi the United States aimed for their familii s and friends I all over the w u Id. F. Ji ftulf stream Will Open Saturday p : horse its third and final Saturday. March 4. Gulfstream Park opens Its i tes • • if a 41-day meeting • nues through Ap The "trai k by the sea, om ol %  •H an the turfs mtstanding beauty level, for the i ; ts. is spic and span for tne Hebrew letters in both ural, glistening under a new is 95. Resti Mendelsohn's f 1301 Collins Avenue. Mi arn WHERE THE FINEST MEET TO DlNF nTirV TELEPHONE 8.908, AlLY Air Cooled — Beer and Wines Served p COMPLETE DINNERS FROM SI 35Tl^'" DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY oKRg f ftO I paint and row upon indstand seats, decor.:. extravagant rain : The infield is liki jlitti ring with a million flowers, | that is needed to get the : %  underway is the sound igle calling the field out • iWS. Gulfstream Park, which was (Wh %  I to pa; • %  n 1944 after sitting idly for I '•'• turt fidelini i ft in years, is starting its sixth • •assovei *'>th I brighter than any Purv Folk Pr On Purim Perniss Pui S %  mi I ii I rwilighl m Pui n< ans %  ; n Pass %  en statioi y< ai ist. This optimism is result of the Hialeah which finds the local -. • i %  ing an Increase over ion, to reverse ; betting trend eviden< here in racing. Post timi lily has been sel ck, i xc< pi i >n afternoi ns race program will be presented and the curtain :advanced IS minutes to Pe T d R fl( „r ne P n mP,^,m)!n 1:45. Daily double windows clos< his Returns From Graduation .. n m;nu!o befuIC post Uim for the first race. General ad: issi n to the grandstand is SI N J< ivish Wi Board printed an inti with the l ymbols. C". letl pisture • "' pull:." ivv in E V ues For Purim "The Swi I K! Sukar, was thi by which D y a c Puri • • • Aft< r a P n i hungry. fully t the dogs On Pu A charity i n Pu i HI;PKI:SI:.\T\TIYI; w Must be well associated in Jewish comm u „-," and civic, fraternal and business life, of the Great To such a man we are able to offer a lucraHv*' M representing Miami's largest catering organization confidential. ""* %  WRITE A. B-. BOX 2973. MIAMI U DOOM TO ^m of the Turkish regime. On t '•'"'•' %  '• Mrs. Alex Shi Irofi community wi e • ?i re | ients turned to Miami B< of Purim gifts of I nd Urbana. I!!., whi sugared i nt hv the chief the double graduation ol %  and in-law Sephardii initi as well Mrs. Morton W from the as by oth Ji Univi rsity %f mini is I ; promin til :.: Waitzman, 5 Aviva s •; her f Art t hoi was eli cted t i Phi Kappa Phi W %  : Miami ] sity and L'nivi of Mi [llin lis, if the J %  r Red Ci -s in n C nty, 111. Mr. '.' %  ted for if S dej at the University of M ved • S dem Illinois and is continuir studies 11 there. and S2.50 to the club terrace. : -. hi Hebrew 1 i Purim? The simil %  • t thai ii cu On Purim. Jews • %  '. %  %  tit. the 1 J nition that Nesselson Unveiling The dedication of a monument memory of the late Frank Nessi merly of 1630 S.W. St., will take place Sunday. Ala.ah 5, al -' 30 p.m. at M til tery with Rabbi Murray Grauer officiating. Mr. x Ison is survived by his s >n and %  • member of Congregation Beth El. 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, MARC H31950 fJewisti Flier Mian PAGE TWENTY-ONE RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY Jewish Center. 6231 bide •stCi. c'lr*' 1 of Dr. ..,< .very Sunday Win. Boros, 65D ""St Hebrew classes under K ••" Monday! and ( to >'i P. !" from Dade tative). Jewish Center 13630 W. Dixie North Miami. %  ,vicet .it !:15 ronv, ; n :",,.; iiosenfeld. Sunday Joseph I Jewish Congregation of hies, 2410 Ponce de Leon mservaiive). raninc services a< ?3l >. V Goldstein "ill officiate. I | B-III be held followKf„ !" Members and frlenda [,1 |o 8tt( nil ..Granada Jewish Cen|S.W. 45th Ave. L M rvrirM at 9 a.m. L Center (Conservative) i. 24th Terr. .i.hi nervli • %  > a( 6; Saturday ',,!..' pailj services at 8 Shore Jewish Center ralive). 916 Everglades S e, Miami Beach (Aitx ongregation). Rev. Philip •venlnir %  %  at 8:l 5 P-m. „ i speak. An open forum anil an i meg Bhabbat follurdas mo n i g services at f. ., hool ;il 1" a.m. at |,.;,,. tan S. hooL Heiigious Congregation. [W. 2nd St. Saturday morning at 9:00 gation beth Tfilah (Or935 Euclid Ave., Miami Rabbi Joseph E. RackIVuriw Thursday and Frltlaj at s a.m. |d ,n 6:00 p.m. morning wrvicea at 8.30. |he morning service Rabbi i.iiilin 1 ihe services : and External v rabbi will speak iriinii of th VVeek followed at fcv Mil.. -h.i ShalOSh Selltlc.s |lv. Moi i. %  K sen Iced dally at i a.m. I'IRK* In Mishnah at \ li is daily at veil i ma In Laws and I (laai i lows. > Haeaea will tied l Kabbl Rackovaky. on roung Israel (OrI 4001 Chase Ave.. Miami I .%  ;. p MI. Pi Ida] %  at tin Israel Congregation of [Orthodox). 4316 N.W.-7th \ Icea at 6 p.m.; mon g .it 9:30 a.m. All in that area are invited to Gables Jewish Center I. Rabbi Morris A. Skop; [Joseph W. Malek; Steve organist. Palermo Ave. i Jeune. lh Thursday night at 8 fol... si.i. li, i "Hatnantaach Friday nlghl services al 8:15. Iby R;il.In .-i;op „ n -Kthical ns of the i.. il Cow.' 1 Oneg JPurlni ndiea by Cantor Inii Stevi Keaaler. Youth JFednesdaj and Thursday at P. 1 Hebrew i and Sunday Ijpbool ;ii lo a.m. Saturdav i Torah service at 9:4D with %  tional studs of Sidrah sei Hebrew reading* by boys of U-hi.ii! >le Israel (Reform). 137 I St. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Emeritus. ••veiling services at 8:15. ii will conduct ihe services Ri form Judaism Is as Old as Purim." Mrs. G. Louis Mendelson will recite the blessings over the candles. Sabbath eve reception under sisterhood sponsorship will follow. Mrs. Adolph Werthelmer, house and refreshments chairman, will bo assisted by Mrs. Harry V. Simons. hospitality chairman: Mrs. Klry stone. CO-Chairman; Mrs. Q. Louis Mend.-Is..ii and Mrs. Max Holtsberg. hostesses for March. Saturday morning services at II a.m. Dr. Kaplan will speak on "Purlm." The members of the confirmation class will participate. Jewish Community Center (Conservative). 2020 Polk St., Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig; Cantor Milton Freedman. Marly Frlaay services at r:30. I^ate Friday aervfcea at B:15. Kabbl Honig will conduct the services. Saturday morning services at 9:80, Rabbi will preach on 'Weekly Portion Of the Law." Hebrew Academy. 918 6th St., Miami Beach. Friday evening services at 6:00. Saturday morning at !* a.m. S'ol L. | Sugarman, principal, will deliver a ser1 mon on "Brotherhood in Jewish Ranks." Class In study of Minima Saturday at 4:30 p.m. Mincha services ut t:80 followed by Slialos Seudos. Daily Bible classes at 6:15 p.m. Dally services al 7:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. Sunday at 8 a.m. Temple Betn Snoiom (Liberal). 4144 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Kronish will speak on "The Ueconstruetlonist, the Reformer and the Revolutionary." (First in a aertea of three sermons dealing with 15th anniversary of the Reeonstructlonial Movement. 75th anniversary of Hebrew L'nlon College and the 76th anniversary of the birth of the late Stephen s. Wise). I'urim services Thursday from 7:15 to 8:80 p.m. Sabbath service at 10:45 a.m. Sunday school at 0:45. Hebrew school 8:15 p.m. Monday through Thursday. Temple Isaiah (Reform), 1S36 Bay Road. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moshay P. Mann. Friday evening services at 8:15. conducted by Rabbi Saoahay P, Mann with Dr. Paul Beck as Cantor. Special I'urim service. Sermon topic will be "Racial Prejudice—Will It Ever End?" to be followed by an open forum. Free religious school Sunday morning al 10 with Purim play presented by children of the Sunday school for parents and friends. Congregation Beth El (Orthodox), 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer. i'urim services Thursday at 7 p.m. with reading of the M.-uillah. Rabbi Orauer will preach on "Esther—Is She a Heroine?" Purim service Friday at 7:30 a.m. Friday evening services at (6 p.m. Friday forum at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi I Murray Grauer will preach on "The Aftermath of Victory." A reception will follow. Saturday morning services at 8:30. Rabbi Orauer will preach on the Portion of the Week. Junior Congregation at 10 a.m. Mincha at 5:46 p.m. followed by Shalos Shudos. Sunday school 10 • a.m. Daily rel igi ous school 3:30 to 6:30. Dally religious services a.jn. and 6 p.m. Congregation Beth David (Conservative). Coral Way and 26th Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. On Fridav from 8:30 to 9 Stanley C. Mvers, president of the National Council of Jewish Federations, will be guest speaker. His tonic will be .in ? l r "f Mll 'acles." The program will be broadcast over station WWPB service will he dedicated to the opening of the P..5U rainpalL-n .if Federation. Floral offering will be mob bv Mr. and Mrs Morris Kaler in memory or Mr. Kaler s brother, Bain Kaler Mr. and Mrs. I. Benjamin In memory of Mr. Benjamins mother will give the i meg Bhabbat. Services Baturday morning at s. Rabbi Shapiro and cantor Mamches will conduct the services and the rabbi will preach on "After I'urim." I'urim celebration on Sunday by children of the student congregation. Studdfit congregation Saturday at 10:30 a.m. Hebrew school between 3:3" and 6:30 p.m. daily. Congregation Beth Jacob (Or; thodox). 301-311 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Purim service Thursday evening at 7. Cantor Keder will chant thScroll .•f Esther. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on "An Elder in Israel." Spei lal service including repetition of the reading of the Scroll <.f Esther Friday morning at 7:30. Saturday morning .-• %  • %  vires nt 8:80. Quest speaker Rabbi Lazar Schonfeld will talk on "The Festival of Purim." Junior Congregatlon at 10 a.m. directed by A. J. S'hafra. Mincha at 5:45 followed by Shalos Seudos. Quest speaker will be Rabbi S. fiottlieb. Dally school from 3:30 to 6:80 Monday through Thursday and 9 a.m. to noon on Sunday. Temple Emanu-El (Reform), 1801 S. Andrews Ave., Fort Lauderdale. Dr. Marius Ranson, Rabbi. Rabbi Ranson \v ill conduct the service at 8:15. Congregation Kneseth Israel (Traditional), 1415 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H. Ever. Mincha Friday at 6:00 p.m. Qabbalas Shabbos at 'i p.m. Saturday morning service at S::iu. Rabbi Ever will lecture on the portion of the Week, followed by Mincha and Shalos Seudos donated by Philip Trugroan. Zmlroa and reHaily services at 5:46. Daily Hebrew Monday through school Sunday at morning Purim by the Ladies marks bv guests. B a in ; evening at school from 3:3a Thursday; reiiglou! 10 a.m. Sunday festival arranged Auxiliary. Miami Beach Jewish Community Centex (Conservative). 1701 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. Purim services Thursday night at 7. Late Friday service at B:8Q p.m. Rabbi Lehrman will preach on "The Meaning of Prayer In Our Pay." At Saturday morning services Bills, SUM of Mr and Mrs Benjamin Abrama will become Bar Mltsvah. Miami Hebrew School and Congregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Berele Kelemer. Reading of the MegiUah Thursday at 7 p.m. Friday evening ser\ Ices at 6. Late Friday evening forum at vl.V Rabbi 1 Sboulsoii will speak on "The Art of Remembering. 1 ineej Bhabbat will follow. At • serviees Saturday at ;i a.m. Bernard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry SVolfson will become Bar Mltsvah. Mlsohna class at 5 p.m. followed by Mincha and Shalos Seudoa Rabbi April will speak on the Portion of the Week. Bar Mltsvah services Sunday morning at S:3" followed by a Bar Mltsvah breakfast. Sunday at 10 a.m. Hebrew school daily 3:15 to 8:16 P m Dally services at 7:80 p m. and 6 p.m. A Purim play will take place Sunday at li a.m. JEWISH CUISINE LUNCHEON SPECIALS SANDWICHES SOUR CREAM WITH COTTAGE CHEESE SOUR CREAM WITH VEGETABLES AirConditioned Mezzanine Floor WORLD'S LARGEST CREAMERY FINEST HUM-"! SWEET BUTTER *5 ^ r^sS %  BUTTER.. 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PAGE TWENTY-TWO i>Jen is* fhridttatr FRIDAY. MARCH Israeli Newsletter By MILTON BROWN Social Insurance In Israel TEL AVIV — An ambitious surance to prevent a dpulit cradle-t i-the-grave social secur•ii'has been prepared and nted this week to the government by a special Inierdctmentai Commission for [nsu ince Planning which was appointed a year ago, It h ped that action will be • n the plan by both the %  parliamenl next few months and that I first stage of the c mp e may be put into of services, to reduce expenses! and to provide a more effi administration. 4. Free dental care for children. 5, Funeral grant ::.i Stag" V expected to tali icentrati i ; $ medical aid, X-ray and 1 itory exof the state b; T. e plai largely on a iwn up by Israel Kan ii i : Fi derati m of I. So Research Institute and now n oi thi speci sion. T s c >m: of tl secret iry-g i : Labor, Hi Soci I Insurance, W< lfar< nd Fin nee, t gether with theii At vernnow burdened by finan ilities 1 : s of security and tioi ssion has w • le participate pub! c 1 nd the stati social lal st first stage, which period oi Lg( • 1 Hi ; I liz iti n f r the entire popul. :. .".. 2. C impuls i for agri and indu it s will in : t real i I i ni ty a id lent insuranci im n ; mpensatioi I .:.-. ns. 3. Tl • blishment oi a Ct ntral D Social Inn the 1st of Octob. tional heal) i rog r at 1 inning I m xt %  •• ir. Accident uisui nc ment compenpensions will -earners nd : I ; ; /er. will not • %  111 I nplo; en1 pel tion, During the third hoped to establish a children's allowances. During the first stag) m, revenui wil bi li the following sources: 1. the -wry. 2. municip I cils, 3. the insured workers ind their employers, and 4. the Jewish Agency and the Joint D:.-tribution Committee to c ver the expenditures of health new immigrants, It is estimated that the averag< nthly cost of providing cial insurance, including medical aid, for each worker will j be nearly S24 a month. Under the plan, the employer will contribute roughly half of the sum and the j half will bi shared equally i by the worker and the governnl or municipality. It is anticipated that after a few years the | contributions of federal and local auth irities will increase and that : the i mpl iyers and emees will be (Ken ased. One favorable aspect of the contemplated program is that it i does not have to start irom scratch. There is already in existence a modernized health insurance program sponsored by the Gi :.. ral Fi l< ration of Labor. which encompasses most oi the workers in the country. Other %  jfficient medical pi ation and there is a cons (able amount oi social wi I work coing on und, : v pices. It is i stimated that s ime S42.000.000 is now bi annual;v on social insurance and al i id I)'mograph cally, I i Israel is in an unem position 1 %  unch an ,] S ei uritj Only five • %  ipulation i • luctive igi 65 ai is figun con | i • : th the Unit it the e is 9 pei tl I .-. • with ovei ; | n F in %  with in. rlj 1 I pen. nt. Mr. Kanievsky took ; Gen< v... S vitzi i Ian I • by a il committee three < xf tl International Laboi Organization, who found it and go d UvHi Mini oil! To %  l>* fc iv M< k gillali The Megillah reading services at Temple Beth Sholo on Thursday, March 2. at 7:15 p.m.. will feature a presentation of a specilly inscribed Megillah to the temple by Mr. and Mrs Bi I Miller, 5493 N. Bay Road. Mr. and Mrs. Miller have donated this g]ft to the temple in honor of the wedding anniversary of their daughter, Mrs. Miriam Gordon, and the birthday of their son. Jordan. The Megillah will be read in English by the dramatic group of the Beth Sholom Religious School. The traditional Hebrew will be chanted by Cantor Samuel Kelemer and the ceremony will be conducted by Rabbi Leon Kronish. The religious school choral group will lead the conj gregation in the singing of traditional Purim songs. Low Interest Rates Easy Monthly Payments Until Repaid No Penalty for Prepayment in part or in full Low Closing Costs Friendly, Efficient Service Consult Us Now — No Obligation! Valuable gifts are still available to those who open new savings accounts with SI0.00 or more. See them in our display window Ecuie'Teile/uiZSatrUuM AND LOAN ASSOCIATION W of Miami M i.l ir I X—| SmHmf mmd lm In m nmf CarpmtfM MAW OFFICE W1APATTAH BRANCH 45 Northeast Firrt kmm 1594 ItortJmwt 3ttk Street JOSCfH M. UPTON, Prtidl Resource. Exceed $25.422.080U>0; Reeerre. Exc-d $1,712, 000.00 IVrliniitt>r Is Men's II uli Head Julius J. 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LmiDAY, MARCH 3. 1950 fJenisti norUKOun PAGE TWENTY-THREE QUIZ BOX By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX Q. Why is it customary to masquerade on Purim? I A: A number of interesting | ea s->n> are offered in explanation Tr this custom. Most traditional Authorities base it upon the historic connection between the purim incidents and the days of ijebuchadnezzer, King of Babylon. Rabbinic sources relate that |he patriarchs came before the Lavenk throne to plead the case jews who were faced with [ of slaughter as a !'..;• : • i vil decree of Haman. jh,_. Lord .it first, in the spirit If iudgrw nt, said that they det punished for they } wed down before the idol t days "I King Nebuchadfczzer, Whereupon the rabbis said |h. ; : those Jews who had done so h mly done it outwardly belau;e of fear. Hence the Lord Cowed his mercy upon the Israelites; but worked out tie incident of saving the lev.s to the point where his land was hidden and not obvious of events that folowed. Thus it is customary to pasquerade to show that we had nee worn false masks to worship In idil out of fear and the Lord %  ad rewarded us by giving us a lictory where His hand was known only from within. What does Ihe name (ordecai" mean? A.: A number of explanations nd derivations seem to be offered br the name Mordecai. Some race it to i Persian word meanpg "little man." This might have een used to indicate Mordecai's indesty. Others trace it to the of a Babylonian deity (riled 'Merduk.*' The most likely privation seems to be that of |l I in the Talmud who eak of it as a combination of i words: "Mor" from "myrrh" |"Decai" from the word mean"pure" The name Mordecai hus would mean: "Pure as lyrrh." Myrrh is a very pure esin extracted from trees and hrubs in Asiatic countries. Thus lame Mordecai would indicate purity of the men. Purim Play Slated North Dade Jewish Center Sunday School will present a Purim play entitled "Esther the Queen" on Saturday, March 4, at 8 p.m. The performance is under the direction of Irving Jacobson. Proceeds will go toward the educational fund. Moss Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Edward A. Moss, formerly of 312 S.W. 15th Ave., will take place on Sunday, March 5, at 2 p.m. at Mount Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Simon April officiating. Relatives and friends are asked to attend. Thurmond Monument Company is in charge of arrangements. FOR RENT—FOUR MEETING ROOMS AND TWO LARGE AUDITORIUMS Also completely equipped large Kosher Kitchen for Weddings, Bar Mitzvahe, Card Parties and Lodge Meetings. Plenty of Parking Space. PHONE SIDNEY H. PALMER 45922, FOR INFORMATION JOE SOUK IMPORTER OF PANAMA HATS AND South American Souvenirs and Jewelry Phone 58-3579 2201 Collins Avenue Miami Beach, Florida PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. 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[•AGE TWENTY-FOUR vJtmisiftcridiar FRIDAY, MARCH 3. i 95o Kpstoin To Speak In Miami lleaeh [Henry Epsum. national comtiissioner of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. will address the community on Wedneslav, March 8. at the Miami teach Jewish Center, under the Espices of the Miami Beach Eidge of B'nai B'rith. Epstein served as solicitor [eneral of New York City from [932 to 1942. During his term of Iffice he was instrumental in rafting liberal legislati in on re• ief. social security, minimum Cages and unemployment insurince. He has argued many iwolving thi a tti • in state ,nd federal courts A member of Jie grievance committee of the Vew York City Bar Associati n, "Jie was counsel to the F( : immissi in on Employment Disrirnination during the last war. Born in South Carolina. Epstein nt graduated from Harvard College summa cum laude. T: ,!•., r. hi taught history at the tollege while receivini big in law. Aftei v ng iring the firs' hn rid war. Epsti ted hi: ,,-.v studie n i stab! in New V %  .-. > The program is und< r 1 ... : Gold and G C Nev LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO. CREDITORS %  S \\N SV • %  IN PROBATE. So. EFTATE OF RoSE MELINSON, UI Persons Hay. ea h of you %  ma: have against the isrd, da, i" the A P. | • I %  %  me li % %  Florida, wlthli • %  %  at ion hereof. Sal %  •• e morn to ;. •. fores See Section 120 •. \ • :• %  •• :-. A P %  IRTRUDE BERSON, \ Ex< itrl! •'•.•:-•"• Vatameni I R -• %  Mi lli % %  • %  '-\m %  v \ FRIEDMAN v %  • %  •. for Exi Hi x LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS ,v TUT COUNTY II DOE'S COURT IV AND FOR DADE COUNTY. !-:...i: ii'A IN PROBATE, No. '"^oi^SEraMMONHOW. Deceased. T To Ml Creditors and All I'ersons HayIng claims or Demands Against MM { '.,. i ,-.,, h of you. are hereby | ,. •, and required to present any and %  Lilian. Is whl.-h you, '-r either of you, may have against the of'JACOB JOSEPH 8JMONHOFF deceased, late of Dade < ounty, to the Hon. W". F. Blnnton, Countv Judge of Dade County, and .. the same In bis office n the County Courthouae in Dade County. within .islit calendar months from the date of the flrat publication hereof Bald claims or demands to thi legal address of the int and to !•• sworn to and esented aaforesaid, or same will rred. See Section 120 of the Probate Act. pate Ibrunry -'1st, AD. t><.,0. HARRY SIMONHOFF SAM SIMONHOFF As Executors of the Last Will and Testament of Jacob Joseph B rnonhoff. Deceased. 2 24 3 3-10-17 LEGAL NOTICE 1MUTICE TO CREDlTOul IN THE COUNTY JUDGE-Bfvw* IX AND FOR DADE corSS? FU)RIDA. IN IMl'.i'x 'I N I V 23*22. woaxaj, .N 0 In Re: ESTATE OF PAUL WEITZMAX, Deceased. To All Creditors and All Persons R., ing Claims or Demands Against s u Estate: k U You, and each of you, notified and required to priLi?^ %  whfcb you %  claims and demands Kraziano To Moot KCurcio >lar'li(> | On v : h 6,' Miami's Bi %  :.. iraziano o] I in 1943, Gi r K.O.'d thi B os t oi : %  • ith 1 n the otl • %  Tony Za] :. • • • [eels thai gel nl ng • pal and present til tta. to i I times out. hi S nny Home in' :. : an I Chai lie Fu t in a 10-round i N I newcomer to nngs but ha? been %  rkii past i ight years lup N 11 recomrnen e recent wins are Over s Rii • %  highly regard! I C( .. Huds n and Aaron p. ..... Pi Mandel and DeTardo plans to give this show a t d supporting card.—B. G. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW v. iTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that engage ... P CORAL WAY KOSHER Cora Wa> M in nanu %  the C iuni !. %  T!S TEICH FRED BKRXSTEIN ORE J SAK< for Ai ants Forum Is Scheduled A forum on "The C< %  Palsy Problem" will ght the ting of the (.' %  *Palsy Council of the Dad C unty S %  "' n Crip] be held Wi li M p.m. at the RooseS hool for Ex epti nal Childn n. Mrs. Ezi Hi B. Kerrigan, exi ul ivi lin toi of the Ci ippled Iren will act as mode Ol participants will be Clark I, supei vis : • the Dade ty Office of the Florida V Ri tiabilitation Service; .,: ss T1 ence Satosky, phy Bln the Orange Gladi nal • tha S Miss Jack • • I Chl %  ; f Co Mrs. F: ances H taki r --• I %  S ': I; Mrs. Laura. L. Sutler, supi education in the Dade County %  NOTICE BY PUBLICATION .i >F THE IXTH JfDICIAL CIRCl'IT IX AND F> R DAI R %  >1"XTY, RIDA. — IX CHANCERY No %  % %  IS n BR STi l ^^ I'lalni ff, \ VMES BRISToW \Mi:s I'.RISTl IW. Hi Street, X V." 211, w shington, D. C. You aii has 1 %  %  bove causi ..:;,. -.-r\ %  a copj "f j Al %  E. rierk Courl By \VM. \V i: LEATHERMAX, • the l"li ill t' Center to sponsor Musie riiM-ns Vici t Herbert's -The Red Mill," the Music Circus' last production of the season, is being sponsored by the Miami Jewish [Community Center on WednesVI 15, at 8:30 p.m. The production Jack kGoode and George Lipton in the Icomedy leads. ''* Reservations may be made bv • callinu Mrs. N tl n Dubler at I 3-3956. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BV PUBLICATION IN TH < ilUT i iF THE CIAI. CIRi N VXD i'"ll DADE I'OCXTY RY. No •• CATHERINE PATRICIA LeMl S tiff. vs. THI %  • %  '< iDORE :.. \: ilXE 28 \\ .. %  ... ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai Ivorci I you 1 CAT : 'A l.. MOINE • • %  n thi %  •'ttorn. HEoRGE I ID In l. d, Ml %  %  %  • %  %  %  • ." • thi 1 E B LEATH '. %  ii 111 C %  • -• IACK A. ABBl 'TT. • fOI I "I.. : TH if f. •2T !.•. %  i]n Road, le ich, : 1J-2J PTOCKINO, Deputy Clerk. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE HTH JUDICIAL i-IRiM-lT OF l-l.i'i'.li'A. IN AND Folt DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 01. JOSEPH VIVIXETTO, Plaintiff, vs. MARY VIVIXETTO, Defendant Ti M \l:v VIVIXETTO ; Falrmount Avenue Newark New Jersey you ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai • %  Bill ol Complaint for Divorce against you and you ... H to serve :i copy of your to the Bill of Complaint "n tl i lain! fl s attorney, ami file the n • %  ofl • %  of the %  '1-rk "f th< ill Court on or before the M irch, 1950, nr a default ... ii axnlnsl you. I wted: Fi bi uary !" %  1950. E B LEATHERMAN, Clerk of thi Circuit Court. (Cin lit Court Seal) By M C. FEIGE, Deputy Clerk. M VRH IX BROOKS Attorney for Plaintiff • : %  • olympis Bldg. Floi da %  : :\ 3 3-10 County, and file the same In^hu office In the County Courthoussh I Dade County Florida, within ** calendar months from the data of tX first publication hereof" Said %.S. or demands to contain the lccai T dress of the claimant ami to be s*r,^ to and presented as aforesaid ,,r same will be barred, s. s.-.tin,,' in of the 1S33 Probate Act. U Dated January 30, AH 19SB GERTRUDE WEITZMAV As Executrix of the Last (YlllVw Testament of PAUL WEITZMA" Deceased. AXXA BREXXER MEYERS 2Vl 0T-! > 24 fO 3/3 ES,ale '" ''" ;1 W( I ioh!cn Agers To Hold Mask Kail The G : len Age Friendship -Club of tl %  .".; in Ji %  ih Community Center will 1, at 8:30 p.m. Pi S> hairman is Ilvman K lisclosed thai prizes i I the most i original nost amusing costume. 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 BV PUBLICATION IX THE %  H ....... IN AN : S HARRl %  %  %  Til MAR SARET I RADY, • %  Street 8.E., D. i • ... required to %  %  • • • %  %  I'i'JIl M %  \N". NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IX %  iTNTV JUDGE'S C >l*RT, DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.—Xo. 21 • ESTATE >F Mi iRRIS RAUBFOGEL. Dt • NOT ttven that I nd pe tl i %  %  trta • ti f Morris R iul .: day of to thi Hoi :.W Count : 1 of said tins i t and for b rg* f Ad it itrht of • %  i 21 day of Fi ELSIE RAUBFOGEL MILT iN A FRIEDMAN A .:. -• tr!x N'OTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS HEREBY GIVES thai ring to %  :.-ase in % %  -.' • flctltlOUl : ,'!.. %  0( • • M X.E. Avenue, Mian I, Fl >rldi its* a %  ) %  the Clerk lit court f Dade Couthy, NARD H PALLAXT EGERT I '. \! v.' %  TT. %  '• I I. R id, Miai p KlN<:. D NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IIVEN that the ui • • • %  RY 1RKET • %  N W 2nd Avi le. M resist r the CI my. 1 HERBERT EDELSTEIN SHEINER • B 17-21 NOTICE BV PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT Cl IURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF IK' I RIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 130310 1 \ 'K DORMAN, Plaintiff, \LORRAINC DORMAN, Defendant Lorraine Dorman, "• Montgomery Street, Ni w York City, N. Y. Vou are required to serve a copy of v,,'j;answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney, and to filthe original answer in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 20th day of March, A.D, 1950: otherwise, thiBill of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore f:!--il herein, will be taken as roMfesseti by you, Dated at Miami. Florida, this IS day of February, ii>.v>. K B, LEATHERMAN, Clerk Of the Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. (Chi lii Court Seali By M. C. FEIGE Deputy Clerk. Name and Address of Plait liffa Solicitor: MILTON A. FRIEDMAN, 1023 Seybold Building. Miami, Florida. 2 '.:%  -'! a S-10 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVEXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY', No. '•:;. HERMAN POLI.AK. Plaintiff, vs. CELIA POLLAK, Defendant. Ti %  CELIA POLLAK D Herman Stolsenberg -'<:: West |i.-.th Street tment B-B New York City, New York YOU ARE REQUIRED to serve a your answer to the BUI of Complaint on the Plaintiff's attorneys, and file the original answer in the of the Cl.rk of the Circuit court or before the 10th day of 1950, In tlie above entitled divorce otherwise a l lecree Pro Confi so will inentered against Dati l this 7 day of February, 1950, E, B LEATHERMAN, Clerk o( the Circuli Court. ill C ;: i Seal) Bj M. C. FEIGE, Deputy clerk. GENET & GENET 12 i Ui In Road Bi ich, Floi Ida %  for Plaintiff NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THP 11TH JUDICIAL CI1ICU1T IV JVn FOR HADE COUNTY. Fl,. if>Mu IX CHANCERY, No I3i>01 JOHN B. MEADOR I •:. Ini ff, rj JULE MEADOR, Del To: JUI.K MEADOR, di • Blue Moon Hotel I.akewood, New Ji YOU ARE HEREBY REQCTB serve a copy of von: Answer to the plaintiffs Bill of Compl Int foi Divorce, on the plaintiff ami Newman, who-.addles Lincoln Road, Mlam B I and file J our oi l| Inal Ansi office of the Clerk of the court of the Eleventh Judl lal in and for 1 'ide Count fore the in day of Man I default thereof, a 1 lecree I will \)v entered against \,,II. Dated: February 7. I i E. B, LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Clri lilt Court (Circuit Court Be ll I B) M. C PE Deputy Clerk. MILTON R. MANNHEIMER Of Counsel 2 10-17-24 J/8 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IX THE CIRCUIT COURT i'F THE 1 ITII JU1 HCIAL CIRi 'I f IN AND l>>R DADE Cnl'NTY. I l.nKlIiAIX CHANCERY, No SIDNEY S. LAPIDES Plaintiff, Tl PEARL LAPIDES. Defel TO: PEARL LAPIDES 1149 Stratford Avenue, Bronx. New York You are hereby ordered I require] t,, serve a copy of your A BUI of Complaint, a copy of whldi i) enclosed herewith, on PI ntiffi v.torney, and file th. gli UK of fire of the Clerk of •;,. .' Court on or before s*J ,; March, 1950, otherwise thi ..llisatl'iu of said Bill will he taken l,v vou. Dated at Miami, Florida, thi* 14 day of February. MM. E. B. LEATHERJIAlfi Cserk of the lit Co (Circuit Court Seal) Bv WM. W BEX ESSEX Attorney for Plaintiff, 823 Sevbold Building, Miami. Florida. 2/17-24 3/3-10 STOCKING, Deputy Clei*, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN tl ,. %  %  • Hi i I'm de Count) F to registi I %  NICHOLAS ALEXANDER EMANI'EL I.EVENSi >N \ %  %  o ney at Law 007 Bisi .i\ n,. Building r irlda %  3-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned desiring t,, engage in but %  inder the fictitious name of Thi Bilvei Club at Dade County, Florida, intends to register said name With the Clerk ofthe Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida ADOI.l'H A. HOLLANDER 3941 X. \V 1st Street, Miami NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN 1 HE CIRCUIT COURT t 'F THE VENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT •RIDA IX WD Pi lit |.\|,|%  NTY IN CHANCERY. No iSKi i ntlff, vi MAX" MllSKu, Befi %  %  1437 C I 2S. Callfoi r.ia. You • requit • to si rc-e on thi Intil %  the -he cin uli n or before thi A D I!.".,,; otl %  H fi % %  Complaint foi Dlvori e, hi n tiled herein, will be taken [essen by you. Dat.d at Miami, v -'day of February, 1950 ..'• B LEATHERMAN, 5 lent of the Circuit c..ui Dadi q u ity, Floi I ill Court s. .11 By M. C FEIGE Na,,.. and Address of "' : ; Clerk Claim ffs .] .11... MILTON A FRIEDMAN 10M Beybold Building Miami. Florida. 3/3-10-17 n this the nun, NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY', H.OR1DA. IN CHANCERY, No, BLANCHE II LERCH, Plaintiff vs. DAVID w 1,1 :I;I u. Defendant. %  %  DAVID W, I.KIH II. lers 'ommai I, 1 %  led Stati \ Forci and Hi idq lai ten Rquadi ,,n I ,r. Basi 'A.i hington, D C V"C AUK NOTIFIED a Bill of nn for divorce has been filed • you in the above oause and >'ot an • squired to serve a copy ot inswer on the plaintiffs attorney and ni.. n„. original in the of the cierk ..f the ClreuM "art on or before March 8, lr,0; otherwise the all. gatlons of said Bill ol omplalnt will !„• taken as con:• si ,| by you, February t, 1950 E. B, LEATHERMAN, if\. .1. ,. rl, ,k "' u "' Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Si a 1 By Q c LEWIS JR., JACK A. ABBOTT, Ks,,':"""?•* •/ %  'in IT^'. 1 ",',', 1 M,arol "--ach, Fla. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IX THE CIRCUIT COURT "f ; ELEVENTH JUDICIAL < IR I IT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOB DADB COUNTY. — IN CHAM I-R^ N 130491. IIUEY GRAHAM. Plaintiff, ** %  BERTHA GRAHAM. D. umlaut. Mrs. Bertha Graham, Townsend, Delaware. .... ,•> You are leiiulr.-d to -. r %  %  ;;,'.•; your answer to the BUI of 0BPW for Divorce on the plalntlfl ; •"' !" 'i and to file the original answer us of the Clerk of the Clrcss before the !*,£*! therwlse, tb] : ,i %  .. in' taken 11 office Court on or March, A.D. M50; of Complaint for DIV filed herein, will be this '!" February. l: • %  '' ,,.,.u is E B. LEATHEBMA.V •lerk of the 1 %  • f, ssed by you. Dated at Miami. Florida, 21 day of February. II Cl Did,, c.iiniy. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. Del Name and Address of Plaintiffs BoUcltor: MILTON A FRIEDMAN I02S Beybold Building, Miami. Florida. I H 3'3-10-1 Florida. FEME, ,11 v CMSNOTICE BY PUBUCATIO]N g IN THE CIRCUIT .'''I I.T '. ELEVENTH JCDICI.a NT v. IN AND FOR n N C:KV. 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1ARCH 3, 1950 t'Jenisti fturMhun PAGE TWENTY-FI A Testimonial To Our Jewish Heritage The tribute to the Jewish people and their heritage which here was submitted for publication bv our subscribers i Mrs. If. Badanes, 126 S.W. 9th Ave. Written in 18SC bv a Washington attorney. George R. Wendling. the document • published in the now defunct New York Sun in 189 ditor of the Sun rediscovered the document and ordered It on July 1, 1948.—Editor. -There is not a drop of Jewish I in my veins. I am not con: with the Jews by marf any near or distant we are uplifted by the poetry of the Jewish prophets, and we rely on Jewish biographies for the only history we have of Christ. Theology and Philosoplui "We get our Pauline philosophy from a Jew, and we catch our earliest glimpse of the next world through the sublime apocalyptic vision of a Jew. Then, forsooth we Christians, turn about and sneer at Jews! I have converged with teachers of philosophy who spoke slightingly of the Jews, and yet were teaching with enthusiasm ideas which they had able 'sources, and splendid | sorbed from Maimonides and Spinoza, the two greatest philosophers, omitting Kant, ri (iwe no Jew a dollar few owes me. Among all nal or intimate friends I name one single Jew. I therefore, from the vantage of absolute independence and impartiality. •It is a splendid race—splendid in their patience, in their love another, in their endurin their sagacity and rate habits, in their tola! ......~.^-., r..-. Inflexible adherence to lie ideals. i you want an aristocracy of blood and birth? The Jews, then, i .st-blooded people and ii best established descent in the world. Neither did Mirabeau m the French Assembly nor Patrick Henry in the House of -;. nor did Sam Adams in il days, ever say a more thrilling thing than Disraeli said in the Knjjish Commons in reply to O'Conncll's charge that he was Vcs, I AM a Jew! And when the ansccstors of the right i:entleman were brutal n an unknown island. mine were priests in the temple!' Origins "Do \iui seek an aristocracy of it? The great church hisNei nder was a Jew; Napomarshals, Soult and vere Jews: Gambetta lev: the brilliant and I Hoine was a Jew; and— but world's roll of great ithors, musicians, poets, s, philosophers and firontains more Hebrew n I could recite in urs. I li oking for an aristof wealth? The combined i power of the Jews in E n I America can prevent : ny national loan be put upon the %  le -.'...rid. irious false ChristianJews. The mystery nation found eXpresFli sh and blood of a %  in a sense we Jew. We get our Ten ts—the very foundvilization—through ng .Jewish psalms. since Plato s day—both of them Jews. I have heard musicians denounce Jews and then spend days and nights trying to interpret the beauties of Rossini, Meyerbeer. Mendelssohn and Strauss—all Jews. "I talked the other day with a gifted actress and heard both her and her husband sweepingly condemn, confidentially, of course. the whole race of Jews, and yet that woman would give half her remaining life if she could only reach the heights which the great queen of tragedy, Rachel, trod with such majesty and power— and Rachel was a Jewess, as is Bernhardt, the greatest genius of the stage today. Here in Washington I have heard aspiring politicians, when beyond the reach of the reporter's pencil, sneer at Jews, and it was a Jew who was for years the adroit and sagacious chairman of the national committee of one of our great political parties. The most powerful intellect in the Southern Confederacy was that of Judah P. Benjamin, a Jew; and Chase, when managing our national finances in perilous times, owed much of his success to the constant advice of a New York Jew. Jewish Home Life '"That you never see a Jewtramp or a Jew drunkard is a proverb; that you never see a Jew beggar is commonplace; and it is a statistical fact that there are relatively fewer inmates of our hospitals, jails and workhouses furnished by the Jews than any other race contributes. And yel the two greatest philanthropists of modern times. Baron Hirsch and Monteflere, were both Jews. The beauty and fidelity of Jewish women command my homage, and among wealthv and educated Jews the exquisite refinement of Jewesses, their culture and high breeding, blended with a sort of Oriental grace and dignity, put them among the most charming women of the world. Suppression Failed "Convert the Jews? Yes, but meanwhile let us convert many of our church members to genuine Christianity. Suppress the Jews? A score ef Russian czars cannot do il. Every people in the Old World have tried it and failed. They have outlived the Tudors and Plantagenets, the Romanoffs, the tyranny of Spain. the dynasties of France. Charlemagne. Constantino, the Caesars, the Babylonian kings and the Egyptian Pharaohs. It was God's own race for four thousand years, and the persecution it has survived for two thousand more stamps it as a race still bearing some mysterious relation to the plane of the Eternal. "The belief that the Jew is more dishonest than the Gentile is one-half nonsense and t i other half prejudice and faJ. hood. "The anti-Semite movement Europe is a most hideous a repulsive thing, and the an Jewish feeling that shows its now and then in our Great F public is simply un-Chiisti; un-American and inhuman. one can share it who believes the universal fatherhood of G and the universal brotherhood man ... It is born of the de and is detestable." i Life Insurance Eatatel Authoritatively Programmed NAT GANS Metropolitan Life Ine. Co. 907 Biicayne Bldg. 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PAGE TWENTY-SIX iPHi.f n c^ Mi ^ ri JEWS IN SPORTS By HASKELL COHEN Dr. Chaim Weizmann. President of Israel, will ripen the first postwar All-Jewish Olympic Games in Tel Aviv, Israel, on September 29. The games will continue on through October 10. in what is described as being the biggest stadium in the Middle East. The tadiurr.. now under constru is expected to accommodate 80,000 spectat y • .;.•: • hi •. i been invited 1 i %  :: nts : ln ; ng sp :> • %  by the W M : ved incl tl States Ausl Britain. Cai Eire. Ind th '•"• l S uth Af ica. Swit: land. Tripoli, Tun sia ai lay. • • • General land : that t ': :. ?ue pel : :. H foresees 1 :ees in fou pi thi R Sox ai • :. Tig< I Bi wns Si rial rs ai I '•' %  x [1 5 his n that the V nk( • % % %  •"•'•' %  : ht ids last seas i pr vement ::". tht T.;t-:s. :.--. •Athli tic %  •• n %  that one pi • up k foi I. H menti m king tc Luk E AI R sen i supply th %  • %  XV" pi int star, Ira Kaj I in iving a lot ft nvincing the I i ing judges that he mes in firsl In order 1 nj 5U h .:.:':'.ulty in th< fu1 ..:•. K lazing ; -.: I s that hi hen he cr -%  5 Scl I authorities are ing t let I: a ..%  t despiti thi fact 1 th instituti n's lors are lavender, The first time he ran with "A GOOD NAME is more to be treasured than riches." GORDON FUNERAL HOME-^ SYMBOLIZES EVERYTHING A GOOD NAME IMPLIES his new color. Kaplan was defeat|ed. H .-. I 51 : a winning streak the second time out and has been g ing sti f press agent for the L.I.U. basketLittle Joey Goldstein, the mas'ter mind of the defunct New Y rk Sun sp rt pages, has caught with the Madison Square n Basketball Publicity De... p r jor to joining t £E^: : ; ^ Kan? had been Wking as the country. At the age of twentv-two. he was covering a regular sports beat for the Sun and was being pushed rapidly to the fore by sports editor Wilbur Wood when the Sun set. In appearance Goldstein looks like a kid of seventeen or %  L teen. It is only when £ £" talking sports or writmg in ^ K f^yle that people have to b*ii that he is older than he an?** One of the leading upsta&paper sports editors s ?' Goldstein to move t. his h^ rfor !toacce P tap 0 sit 1 ononthe a uS k newspaper. ups,a -e the tire that changes everything gives pu,for thejtrst time ever... • TRIPLE-TRACTION TREAD EVERLASTING WHITEWALLS •PROTECTIVE CURB GUARD To Sweep, Bite, and Hold in rain, sleet or sno where tires have never held before.— all season, all weather, all road conditions. Permanently to keep the spotless beauty of your tires—to lower and lengthen the appearance of your car, old or new. Permanently to guard your whitewalli from all grinding curb scuff and abrasion. No more cleaning nuisance Of expense. Without rival, imitator or comparison — Exclusive tire qualities never known before 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 ywn&udJ/rytnsL 710 S.W. 12th Avenue Phone 3 3431 or 9-1436 JOS. L. PLUMMER Funeral Director N VJ6UST hnos fc> / I /I/ N / Such are the new Mid-Century Features. practically obsolcting all other Premium Tire*.—gi\ ing greater pleasure, safety and economy than tires have ever given. Designed by foremost automotive designers— they exactly fit your present car and wheels.—with new functional design and new Whitehall dimen(ions, they immediately hirer and lengthen the appearance a/ jtmr car, old &• nex. Visit your nearest L'. S. Royal Dealer—and see tehat you have never seen before. Ride them, drive them, steer them, prove them! Get the utmoit traction and stopping power, on any kind of road or highway, hill or turn, in any kind of weather. Get the newest and greatest year 'round tire with Protective Curb Guard, —and Everlasting rt'hiiewalls, with the fully cushioned, shock-free riding that only the Genuine and Original U. S. Royal Air Ride principle is able to supply. Never Set* Mld-WhtUr Tin Dtmmi Nmr Sett rYe-SeesM Tin $• Act today, on our easy credit terms, with present value allowances for all your old t"* Get these exclusive Mid-Century features,-* tbern for years to come. UNITED STATES RUBBER COMPANY Act nowand aet FULL PRESENT VALUE FOR YOUR 0L0 TIRES NORTON TIRE CO. Inc., 500 W. Flagler St., Miami—Phone 3-4639 LOUIS E. PALLOT. President lA/uu t. KALLUT. President NORTON PALLOT TIRE CO 1454 Alton Rd.. Miami Beach—Phone 5-5115 BUY QUALITY ON EASY BUDGET TERMS AsLow Vl .00 As PER WEEK Gigantic Trade-In Sale ON WORLD FAMOUS U. S. ROYAL TIRES



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TRHVIY, MARCH 3, 1950 *Jeistifk)ricfkr7 Lodge President ffamet Aides c am Kessler, president of Tro pic;,l Lodge, B'nai B'rith, has announced the committee apDointments in his group for the Joining year Kessler Louis shein and Seymour Brenner will act as delegates to the Greater Miami B'nai B'rith Council, and Keneth Knopman will head tnP veterans' service program, r ,t the VA hospital. Dr. Lester Gordon will be chairman of the Anti-Defamation League Committee and will be Sid Paelro and Erwin Berman. Leonard Uhr is chairman of the Americanism and civic affairs and Al Gleiberman will head the Hillel committee. The social committee is under the direction i'f Marvin Metz, assisted by Hal Kaye and Dave Moldan. Other committees are: athletic, Leonard Lipshutz, chairman, Stanley Fa Ike: good and welfare, Howard Levine; membership, Sid King, chairman, William Herzbrun: BBYO. Frank Zieve; publicity, Al Budner. chairman, Julie Mazelstein; -ommunity service Seymour Brenner, chairman, Stanley Falke, Keneth Knopman. PAGE TWENTY-SEVEr Sam Kessler, newly elected Labor Zionists To Hear Segal Members of the Labor Zionist movement of Greater Miami will assemble Saturday evening, March 4. at Kneseth Israel to hear Louis Segal, general secretary of the Jewish National Workers Alliance and member of the World Zionist Actions Committee, speak on "The Political and Economic Situation in Israel." The two local branches of the JNWA tendered a reception in Segal's honor Saturday night at the Mendelsohn's Lincoln Manor. Over 200 members and guests attended. —Kiiye and Moldan president of Tropical Lodge, B nai B nth (center), received congratulations of Alvin Budner ueit) as group meets to plan community service programs for 1950. In photo (I. to r.) Budner, first vice president; Stanley Falke, corresponding secretary; Kessler; Kenneth Knopman, third vice president; and Howard Levine, second vice president. The group willbe officially installed at a banquet late in March. About Our Advertisers Breakstone's Cream Cheese Bar Received Peoples Tourist Unit Will Sponsor Concert The Peoples Tourist Committee will sponsor a concert Sunday, March 19. at the Miami Beach High School auditorium. All proceeds will go toward the Hebrew Sheltering and Immigrant Aid Society (Hias) as Louis Miller is defraying all expenses connected With the atfair. Participants in the program Will include members of the Jewish Ait Theatre, Michael Gibson Fannie .Mazer and the Jewish Folk Choir consisting of over 50 trained voices. your-money shape—the big new Breakstone's Cream Cheese Bar. With Enthusiasm By Connoisseurs Everywhere You're familiar with Breakstone's famous dairy products, of course, and you know that they're the highest in quality and purity, the finest in taste. Well—there's a new thrill awaiting you in a brand-new Breakstone product— Breakstone's new big Cream Cheese Bar. It's a brand-new size—four full ounces—a whole quarter of a pound—more for your money. Its a brand-new shape—a handy bar that slices easier and cleaner, that's more economical to serve and spread. And it's the same famous Breakstone quality — a creamier, smoother cream cheese that's more delicious in spreads, salads, snacks, and desserts of all kinds. This new size is just the right shape—whether you use Breakstone's new Cream Cheese Bar on your table or in the kitchen. It's simply ideal for canapes and sandwiches—wonderful in all shorts of salads—and when it comes to cheese cake, well—just wait till you taste a cheese cake made with this delightfully creamy and smooth Breakstone's Cream Cheese! It looks so grand —and tastes so good! Breakstone's Cream Cheese is pure and wholesome—an excellent food and treat for the entire family. Get it at your neighborhood store and supermarket in the new, convenient, more-forBoard To Meet The Sisterhood of the Miami Beach Jewish Center has scheduled its next board meeting for Monday, March 6, at 10 a.m. in the center patio. Election of ofi ficers will take place at the general meeting on Monday, March 20. M. NASATIR, Program Director YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR wiurz (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 THE LATEST RECORDINGS AVAILABLE CLASSICAL—LITURGICAL AND FOLK MUSIC Listen to our Special Feature at 1:15 P.M "BUILDERS OF ISRAEL" Narrator ATTORNEY HAROLD SHAPIRO ENJOY THE TRADITIONAL PASSOVER HOLIDAYS AT THE LONDON ARMS HOTEL KOSHER DINING ROOM 727 COLLINS AVE. — OPEN TO THE PUBLIC — A Well Known Cantor Will Conduct the Services Immediate Reservations Suggested—Phone 5-1264 ^Sfij^ HOMl Quality 9ood Product* I 111 r. Dis,ribute < i by HI-GRADE FOOD CO. "33 N.W. 7th AVE. PHONE 9-8456 Everybody enjoys / 8ALLANHNE ALE qfy BEER "Better boy the ca§e_ P. Ballutiin Son.. Newark, N. J. Distributed by STATE BEVERAGE DISTRIBUTORS OF MIAML INC. SAM BLANK, Pres. Phone 88-3431 Grievance Unit Formed A commiit=*!_*' T&E



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..*>*. PAGE TWENTY-EIGHT •hJmistncridiar FRIDAY, MARCH i Capitol Spotlight By MILTON FRIEDMAN WASHINGTON—When Israel Communists demonstrated against Henry Morgenthau a number of people in Washington paused to j think about the plight of thi Jewish people in the East-West struggle. "A real Jew can't support Communism any more than a real Catholic can be a Communist,'' a high government official said recently. The official is a Catholic. It was"at an off-the-record discussion concerning the fate of American Jews in the event of | war with Russia. Washington discussed Soviet1 Israel relations. Some said Russia was internally anti-Zionist but externally pro-Israel. What about the Russian vote for internationalization of Jerusalem? But then, what about the flow of Czech arms to Israel? There were inconsistencies among the Cominform countries with regard to Zionist emigration. Hungary and Romania blocked Zionist activity but Jews were leaving Poland for Israel. A former official of the Displaced Persons C mmissi n. Ed• :.: Glazi k, I Id the Senate | ..-.:._ sevei I J' ws, in C tages" t th Israel Th A :. an Federation I La L of Congress pu ; .-. S i nti-S ait • Thi M porl %  ..' %  nti-Semitis AC st said A E Ily nfo: mity I A F %  %  tellii that the; I .-.AFL • >:• % %  • ve un .'. the Senate 1 til %  • N • Convent (ei %  r Si • trying t %  •' %  thi I] n VI L nt 1 • %  tra%  • •' by th totalil hip in "A vicious it all J : nt ii ipa t ions en I in the USSR or with the people of other countries. -All citizens of Jew. have been eliminated from th Soviet occupation administrati s in Austria and Germany. Jews are no longer permitted to be members of Soviet delegations and foreign missions or to undergo training for diplomatic service." Prof. Sergius Yakobson. chief of the Foreign Affairs Section. Legislative Reference Service. Liy of Congress, made known the "results of a long study. He reported "the current attitude of the Soviet Union toward the Jews has many of the characteristics of traditional anti-Semitism ." Yakobson wrote ". although it has recognized and entered into diplomatic relations with Israel, the Kremlin is determined : I only to prevent the Jews in the Soviet Union from emigrating to the new state but even from supporting or manifesting their sympathy with their friends in Tel Aviv. "Co-incident with this opposition to Zionism within the Soviet Union has appeared a chauvinistic prejudice against international bourgeois culture or •cosmopolitanism" which is. to a large degree, identified with Jewry." The professor traced the dement of anti-Semitism in Russia since the earlv 1940s, including the suppression and tion of Jewish cultural life and the removal of Jewish influence in the government Anti-Jewish excesses developed when Jews returned to their homes in war-devastated regions of the Soviet, according to the report. 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Miami, Fla
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March 3, 1950

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fewiislbJEJIiOJPidliiaun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
-NUMBER 9
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1950
PRICE: TEN CENTS
IMBINED JEWISH APPEAL OPENS
Y-WIDE SOLICITATION SUNDAY
^Someone9* At The Door, Mother."
Yes and she's a very important visitor She comes
In a message of interest from your sisters and brothers in
xel, in Europe, in North Africa .. and right here at home ...
these Jewish children, and their mothers and fathers, who
id your help ... are really your sisters and brothers ... And
can help them ... by inviting into your house this emissary
| the 1950 Combined Jewish Appeal who'll be ringing your
jrbell in the next few days She (or he) is doing a grand
. trudging dozens of blocks telling and re-telling the
^ry of the FIFTY VITAL CAUSES supported by the 1950 Com-
aed Jewish Appeal... Please listen to her words and send her
ray with a generous gift and a blessing on her lips.
kwsMiamiansAmericans
1st Not Fail"Dam Raskin
If us who were present at the National Mobilization
lof the United Jewish Appeal held last Sunday, were
Ihe magnificent response by the leaders of American
plea made by Henry Morgenthau as general chairman
|As man after man stood up and announced the advance
s of their communities and, in addition to this, made
ersonal contributions, I was supremely gratified at this
inition of the responsibility we, as American Jews, have
leligionists in Israel, Europe and North Africa.
Iroud and happy when our President Bill Singer stood
lunced the advance contribution of $250,000 for Greater
I I thought, was a splendid gesture and a fitting way to
[own Combined Jewish Appeal.
mpaign begins officially next Sunday. Our goal
ire need this money for 50 vital Jewish causes, of which
esented "by local agencies. We are just over the 50 *
irance contributions as we enter the general solicitation
|nakerthU urgent appeal to the Jewish community at
Ispond generously and adequately to this humanitarian
\s Jewsas Miamiansas Americansas human beings
not permit this campaign to fail._______________________
Judge Morris Rothenberg
Opening gun in the 1950 Combined Jewish Appeal will be
sounded at a kick-off meeting Sunday at 10 a.m. at the Mayfair
Theatre. Over 1,000 men and women have been invited to the
conference, which will launch the house-to-house phase of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation's twelfth annual campaign.
Immediately after the meeting 800 workers enrolled in the
metropolitan unit will "take to the streets," in the words of Dan B.
Ruskin, chairman of the drive, to ring the door bell of every known
Jewish householder.
Goal for the 1950 appeal is $1,481,146 needed to provide Greater .
Miami's share of the minimum requirements of some 50 humani-
tarian and welfare causes.
Principal speaker will be Judge Morris Rothenberg, president
of the Jewish National Fund of America, former president of the
Zionist Organization of America and national chairman of the
United Palestine Appeal.
The New York jurist, who is a member of the actions committee
of the World Zionist Organization, has been a delegate to numerous
World Zionist Congresses. In addition, he has visited Palestine
several times and only recently returned from an extensive tour
of Israel.
With Gov. Herbert Lehman, Louis Marshall and Felix M.
Warburg, Judge Rothenberg helped to incorporate the American
Jewish Joint Distribution Committee and has served as a member
of its executive committee since its inception.
The judge received the U. S. Treasury Silver Medal Award
for his part in leading an effort resulting in the sale of $20,000,000
Victory Loan Bonds during World War II.
Sunday morning's meeting will be opened by Ruskin, who will
introduce the following heads of solicitation units: Sam Blank,
pace settera; Carl Weinkle, Arthur Ungar, Jack Ablin, Jacob Sher,
Samuel Friedland, initial gifts; Abraham Goodman, Herbert E.
Scher, special gifts; Howard Kane, special assignments; Leo Chaikin.
Aaron Kanner, trades; Jack Ablin, Jack Dubinsky, David Phillips,
winter residents; Joseph M. Rose, Harry Sirkin. hotel; Mrs. Carl
Weinkle, women; Mrs. Louis Glasser, metropolitan; Gilbert Kappa-
port, young adult; Fred Berkowitz, youth
The film, "Day of Deliverance, produced by the Joint Dis-
tribution Committee, will be shown.
On the eve of the opening of the house-to-house solicitation,
Ruskin announced that $767,086 has already been pledged. Of this
sum the hotel unit has raised $82112 or 27% of its $300,000 quota;
trades, $451,073 or 45% of its $933,800 quota; winter residents,
$182 861 or 62% of its quota of $292,000; women, $51,040 or 43%
of its $118,000 goal. Ruskin reported that the figures include monies
brought in by pace setters, initial gifts, special gifts, and that other
units have not yet begun solicitation.
Workers' report meetings will be held at Kaplan Hall of Temple
Israel at 8 p.m. on Tuesday, March 7; Monday, March 13; Thursday,
March 16; Monday, March 20. ^
The campaign will wind up with a victory breakfast on Sunday,
March 26, at a place to be designated. .. ; .. .
In addition to national and overseas agencies the following local
units benefit from the drive: Mt. Sinai Hospital, the Jewish Home
for the Aged, the Bureau of Jewish Education, the Refugee
Resettlement Service of the Jewish Social Service Bureau, the
Miami Beach YM & WHA, the Miami Jewish Community Center,
the Baron de Hirsch Loan Fund, the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth
and the Miami Section of the National Council of Jewish Women.
Iry Situation In Israel Tense,
kCrewman Reveals Here
|ven if she were eco-
aound. would have an
believable task in at-
[ to rehabilitate the
1 thousands of refugees
sought haven within
arie, but she is now
|to gird herself for an-
with the Arabs."
! the words of the Rev.
lley Grauel, a young
I minister, who served
unteer crew member
world-famed illegal
kip, "Eoxdus, 1947." A
writer, lecturer and radio com-
mentator, as well as a churchman,
the young man is in Miami.to
speak in behalf of the United
Jewish Appeal. He recently re-
turned from a visit to Israel.
The military situation there is
desperate," he says. "All the sur-
rounding countries have received
armament, planes, equipment, de-
liberately designed for use against
the young Jewish nation.
The Rev. Grauel, who made a
dramatic report to the United
(Continued on Page 4)
Israel Receiving
American Weapons
WASHINGTON, (JTA)-
Sources close to the State De-
partment this week revealed that
Israel has been receiving Ameri-
can weapons since the United
Nations lifted the Middle East
arms embargo last August. Amer-
icans tanks have already been
delivered at Haifa, they said.
This information was disclosed
in connection with a reported ap-
peal by the Israel government to
(Continued on Page 4)
Premier To Broaden Coalition Cabinet
JERUSALEM, (JTA) Further
efforts to broaden the coalition
Cabinet were made this week by
Premier David Ben Gurion who
received a delegation of the
Progressive Party, headed by Dr.
Abraham Granet (Granovsky).
The delegation presented the
Progessives' views on the pro-
posed inclusion in the Cabinet of
the left-wing Socialist Mapam
Party and the Cenertla General
Zionist Party. The delegation em-
phasized that the Progressive
Party is gravely concerned over
official acceptance of the existing
multiple educational system.
The Israel Ministry of Educa-
tion now recognizes for school
systems: the general, the Socialist,
the Mizrachi religious system and
the ultra-Orthodox Agudah sys-
tem. According to the latest de-
cision of the Cabinet, a referen-
dum on education will be held m
the immigrant camps to permit
parents to choose the type of
school they wish for their
children.
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FRIDAY.jARCHa
77/ Say...
When the angel of death intrudes, the daily routine,
the urge of business, the round of pleasures are
rudely interrupted. What seemed important the day
before becomes trivial or meaningless. A chill
descends upon the bereaved family. The contempla-
tive person is suddenly confronted by the unanswer-
able riddle, the mystery of life and death.
Consolation o/ Religion
Up to the burial, a kind of numb expectation
prevails; a feeling that something must be done. But
the return from the cemetery find the family morale
at a low ebb. The home appears desolate. One feels
a void. The missing one cannot be replaced. This is
the time for friends to comfort and console. Here
Orthodox Judaism comes in 19 bolster the depressed
spirit. No less than ten adults are required for
religious service. The lonely house seems filled with
people. The menfolk take part in the ritual. The
women are cheered by the sound of vibrant voices,
by the rhythm of prayer. Relatives feel in some
subtle way that the Kaddish brings a message to the
deceased.
The Minyan
The Minyan is the master stroke of traditional
Judaism. It explains the mysterious survival of a
scattered people without an organized church, with-
out a hierarchy, or even a professional priesthood.
It was the genius of Pharisee Judaism to devise the
unit of ten males, who can. on the spot, improvise a
living organism, a lay Synagogue that functions
without Rabbi or priest. For 18 centuries, the Minyan
has been the portable Jewish state. The house of
mourning is transformed into a prayer chapel. The
bereaved family become members and worshipers;
they are thus identified with the living stream,
rather than lost in grief and sorrow. The minyan
bears the earmark of a great yet simple idea. Its
effectiveness is demonstrated when traveling in
distant lands. On one occasion. I supplied the 10th
member to an incomplete minyan in Haiti.
Obsolete Usages
It is regrettable, however, that a rigid Orthodoxy
insists on preserving certain obsolete minhagim that
Rites And Customs For the Orthodox Dead
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
modern age.
, Why do these
barnacles hng to the ship of Judaism? They tend
o,,U to reduce" the somber dignity of Orthodoxy to
For example: Recently my father, on
fell into a gentle sleep.
was alive. As I
The Funeral
The funeral ceremony is simple, yet dignif H
the absurd.
the verge of his 89th year
We could not determine whethei r

reached to eel himpulse and listen for heart beats, an
X pious Rabbi slopped me. It is forbidden to touch
a person expiring (goses). Why. ,,,
After the doctor's pronouncement, the zealous
Rabbi decreed that the body must lie on the floor
But it seems to be against the din to move a co.p.e
on the Sabbath (muktsa). So the.Rabbi wartadItoa
legal fiction. A loaf of bread was placed on the body
The corpse and bread were moved simultaneously.
This hokus-pokus appeared ludicrous even at such
a solemn moment. Then again why must the bod>
he on the floor? Judaism puts great stress on human
dignity. Wouldn't it be more dignified tc.let> the dead
remain in bed? Yet throughout the Sabbath, the
bodv had to lie on the floor until a hearse came to
carry it to the Gordon Funeral Home. Isn t that
treating the human corpse like the carcass ot a
beast?
The Tahara
After this bit of nonsense, the Orthodox rites rise
to a loftv plane. The body is cleansed, purified, and
sanctified. It is wrapped in a simple white shroud.
The fcitel used on Yom Kippur covers the shroud.
The deceased is then clad with the talith he wore in
life. There my father lay in a wooden unadorned
coffin, head covered by the full sized white Yarmuka
worn on high holidays, a venerable figure with a
snow white beard ana sereni < xpression. a veritable
picture out of the Old Testament, a sight to be
cherished by his family and friends.
But again the tal intervenes. The body must not
be seen. Once the lid of the coffin is closed, it should
under no circumstances be opened. Then why go to
the trouble of washing, dressing, preparing a noble
sight. What harm is there in having relatives preserve
a picture of reverence and holiness, which they will
never forget.
psalm, a short eulogy, and the El Molah r>'n"lK
When chanted with feeling and restrai t "" 1
medieval lament is moving as it is melanch l "H
other religion has anything quite as touching. LM
passing the Synagogue, the cortege ston? S?i
Hazkara is repeated in frpnt of thp lit ..., u....'1*1
Hazkara is repeated in frpnt of the lit UD hi.u'^1
At the open grave, a psalm is recited. Member* if "EH
family have their outer garment rent as thpv 1
nounce Baruch Dayen Ernes. The masculine ml pr"l
then recite the Kaddish. The effect of thi* T'H
es analysis. There "^
rather a glorificatlj
eternal. Yet nothing J
tenacious hold over ti.
popular imagination. Some even say that Kaddwh 1
responsible for the preservation of Judaism '
Judaism maintains such a tenacious hold over8tS 1
. jven sav th;.t k
responsible
The Burial
An irreverent practice has sprung up ii
murnea,
'f, the dead
As the service concludes, the clergy, the mourn*1"
and the congregants walk away and leave the dearH
the open grave. The Negro diggers, at their leisuwi
cover the coffin with sod. This procedure seenij
unfeeling and disrespectful. The human body shod
be decently interred and not abandoned as a dead
animal. People who come all the way to the cemeterv
do not mind waiting another few minutes. Thk
abuse should be corrected.
Orthodoxy insists on the plainest kind of
coffin, without metallic gadgets. But undertaken
get around the simple intent of the din by convertiM
the unpainted box into a casket of polished wood
And since it is a pity to mar its gloss, they encassl
the coffin with an outer box. Orthodox practice
frowns upon this innovation. The Rabbis at the
funeral protested vigorously against this infraction, J
Harry Gordon, who is meticulous about Orthodox
ritual, should not use the double coffin. The bereaved]
find out too late.
The Jewish rites for the dead stress purity and
sanctity. If some absurd usages could be eliminated,)
they would again assume the simple democrat*]
dignity of bygone days.
This action scene at Gulfstream Park wil be repeated daily
during the coming season. March 4 through April 20. The beautiful
"Track by the Sea" is playing host to more than 700 horses as the
cream of the thoroughbred colony prepares to furnish outstanding
sport through the 41 days of Spring racing.
Beth David To
Present Minstrel
After weeks of rehearsing and
planning, the Beth David Sister-
hood and Congregation will pie-
sent a ministrel show Sunday and
Monday, March 12 and 13, at 8
p.m. at Miami Community'Center.
The cast is made up of pro-
fessional and local talent under
the direction of Charimen Libby
Fisfer and Edward Safer.
Tickets are now available at the
Beth David office. 135 N.W. 3rd
Ave., and by contacting the
ticket chairman, Mrs. Max Berg-
man, 3-5837.
Proceeds will go toward the
completion of the new Beth
David.
The Purim festival which the
congregation and affiliated groups
are sponsoring at the new syna-
j gogue site will continue through
Sunday night with the exception
of the Sabbath.
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pntor To Hold
rrcitional
recreational institute, con-
rfurted bv James Norris of the
York School of Social Work
4 sponsored by the Council of
Hal Agencies, will be held at
T Miami Jewish Community
Iter from March 6-10.
wo courses will be given: one
Isocial recreation which m-
Ees theory and activity in the
is of group games, singing.
dancing, square dances, mix-
' and children's games and
ces; the other is in recreation-
Brarna. which includes theory
(activity in the areas of acting,
(eting backstage techniques,
natic games, skits, charades,
Itomime, impromptu drama,
|o-drama. mass chant,
he course in social recreation
, be held from 4 to 6 p.m. The
Jrse in recreational drama will
fheld from 8 to 10 p.m.
These courses are planned for
teation leaders in schools,
Irenes, youth and community
Iters, scout troops. Persons
register for either course or
. courses. There is a registra-
u fee of S3 for each course and
\se desiring the two courses
register for such at a total
of S5.
Original Musical Comedy And Teen-Age
Variety Show Will Benefit 1950 CJA
Card Party Scheduled i Lyceum 25 Washington Are
mw 0 cno ?!, Miami Beach. Sonia Rosman is
The Women's Branch 6W of the lhairrnan of the affair and Mrs.
Workmen s Circle will sponsor a Spivack is in charge of
card party on Sunday evening, K
March 5, at the Workmen's Circle | publicity.
leborah Group
Pans HMO Fetes
.he Deborah Group of Hadassah
11 hold its annual Hadassah
dical Organization luncheons
the homes of chapter members
1 Tuesday. March 7, at 12:30
Ji. Proceeds will go toward the
Idassah hospital and medical
Jijects in Israel.
tfrs. Bernard Fuller, chairman,
i Mrs. Phillip Greenberg, co-
kirman. have arranged for in-
Fidual luncheons to be given in
I homes throughout the Greater
ami area.
Hostesses for the affair include
Mesdames Thelma Sale,
jinv Horowitz. Marjorie Levine,
|e Newman. Iris Rich. Dolores
urshon. Pearl Rubin, Ruth
Idney. Ruth Gutman, Selma
Ivin. Edith Levin, Evelyn
fcnet. Nina Taylor, Jeanette
Lee Rose, Maxine Carroll,
Lundy. Edith Gold. Vir-
n:a Green, Rose Kramer, Shir*-
S stein. Miriam Weinkle,
nes Cobb, Gloria Greenberg
Id Ruth Fuller.
Dixie Photo
"Watch those lines." says Albert Feldan, author and director
of "Sounds Terrific." a musical comedy and teen-age variety show,
to be presented Saturday night. March 4, at 8:15 p.m. at the Miami
Jewish Community Center with proceeds going to the Youth
Division of the 1950 Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Shown
(L to r.) are Feldan and his two leading men, Arnold Friedman
and Arnold Pollock.
MIV < hapter To
lold Puriiu Fete
IDOV Chapter of Mizrachi
omen will hold a Purim cele-
lation at the Dora August
emniinl Hall on Sunday, March
Mrs. Rose Pertes, president,
fs announced. Proceeds are ear-
flrked for the Orphan's village
Ranana. Israel.
ISuppcr will be served at 5 p.m
fcd will be followed by enter-
nmenl and dancing. Geraldine
filliams. granddaughter of Mrs.
bmuel Wilchyk, will present
knee interpretations.
I Mrs. Pertes is general chairman
I the affair. Asisting her are
Irs. Reva Friedman and Mrs.
lax S. Newberger, co-chairmen;
Irs. Jay Katz, Mrs. Sarah Spaar,
Irs. A. Shatz, Mrs. L. Block,
Irs. Lillian Muenster, hostesses;
frs. Samuel Geltner and Mrs.
fiedman, tickets; Mrs. A. Rosen-
prg, Mrs. Samuel Wilchyk, Mrs.
I Hirsch, Mrs. M. Handmaker,
ps. Pauline Krieger, Mrs. Julius,
MPPer. Reservations may be
fade by calling 9-0976 or 3-5286.
"Sounds Terrific," an original
musical comedy and teen-age
variety show, will be presented
Saturday, March 4, at 8:15 p.m.
at the Miami Jewish Community
Center by the center's youth
council. Proceeds from the affair
will make up the teen-age con-
tribution to the 1950 Combined
Jewish Appealyouth division.
Arnold Pollock and Arnold
Friedman hold leading roles in
the production. Supporting cast
includes Estelle Fleischman, Don
Matlin, Ed Suss, Jerold Coburn,
Barbara Schecter, Marlene Feld-
stein, Sandra Friedman, Sandra
Wengerhoff, Belle Meirowitz and
Sam Steinberg.
Specialty acts made up entirely
of teen-age talent include club
skits by Tri Beta, TYS, Sigma
Bho, ALS and BZB, as well as
individual talent. Howard Klein-
berg, the emcee for the evening,
announces that participants will
be Natalie Bernstein, Sylvia
Milgrim, Sam Steinberg, Basha
Tepper, Carl Shramik, Marlene
Feldstein. Steve King, Jerold
Coburn, Bunny Stririz. Ed Suss
and Don Matlin, Matt King, Ar-
nold Pollock, Sid and Allen Hey-
man and Sandy Ofsowitz.
Teen-ager AiDert Feldan is the
I author and director of the show.
i Committee chairmen for the af-
fair are Howard Fisher, ticket and
door; Arita Brenner, program and
hostess; Barbara Chak, dance;
Lila Pearl, costumes; Dotty Sing-
er, publicity; and Norman Gulkis
and Mark Rubin, staging and
lighting.
The ten clubs working jointly
on the full two-hour show, are
ALS chapter of B'nai B'rith Girls,
AZA chapter No. 322, BZB chap-
ter of B'nai B'rith Girls, Chi
Kapp Chi. Esquire Boys Club.
Hillel AZA. Hillel BBG. Tri Beta,
TYS Girls Club, and Sigma Rho
Chapter of AZA.
The Y"s Guys, a teen-age eight-
piece band has been organized to
accompany the show and dancing
afterwards. Don Matlin. the lead-
er, announces that members are
Bob Blank, Victor Ellins, Elton
Goldfield. Alan Honig, Victor
Ratner, Ron Rosenberg, Richard
Schulman.
Tickets for the evening are
being sold through the members
of each organization. They will
also be available at the door.
To Present Purim Play
Pupils of the Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation will
present a Purim play at the school
building on Sunday, March 5, at
10:30 a.m.
Coached by Garvin Kleber. the
plav will include Armando Ger-
stel, Hvmie Grub. Philip Padower.
Helene Clein, Doris Bernstein.
Ray Chaplin. Frank Kreutzer.
Larrv Coulton and David Stahl.
The sisterhood will be hostess
at a reception following the per-
formance.
To Celebrate Purim
Arbeiter Ring Schule will hold
a Purim celebration on Sunday.
March 5, at 7 p.m. at the Work-
men's Circle Lyceum, 1545 S.W.
3rd St. Children of the school will
present holiday songs.
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9-Jewistncrldlan
FRIDAY.
MARCH;
'i
EDITORIAL
Respond To That Ring!
Greater Miami is the first city in the country to
conduct its 1950 campaign ior the United Jewish
Appeal and allied causes. And it is still true that
our community is looked upon as a pace setter
for the entire United States. The impact of our
success plays an important role in keying com-
munities throughout the country to meet their
guotas.
The Jewish Floridian is devoting a large portion
of this issue to the 1950 Combined Jewish Appeal,
to its leaders, its activities and other salient facts
about the campaign. This issue will reach every
Jewish home in the community bearing the im-
portant message of the campaign.
Since its inception, the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, which conducts the annual fund-
raising campaign, has been relied upon as the
instrumentality of the Jewish community in the
development of our communal institutions and
in seeing to it that the programs and facilities of
the various agencies keep pace with the com-
munity's growth and needs.
After weeks of pre-campaign planning and
solicitation, the Combined Jewish Appeal will
formally launch its community-wide solicitation
on Sunday. Hours cf toil have already gone into
oragnizing the drive which will supply S810,000
to the United Jewish Appeal and additional funds
for ten local and forty other agencies. Ten of
our largest local agencies have reached the point
where they depend upon the annual campaign
to carry out their programs of service.
Despite the fact that a substantial amount of
the $1,481,146 goal has been raised through pre-
campaign activities, a herculean task still lies
aheadthe job of ringing the doorbells of 12,000
prospects in the community.
We are confident that the message in this
week's Floridian will awaken our Jewish com-
munity to the task before them. We are sure
(A Purim Theme)
"THAT IS THE VILLAIN!"
Greater Miami will follow its leadership in raising
the $1,481,146 to meet the minimum reguirements
of fifty humanitarian and welfare causes.
One thousand men, women and young people
will "take to the streets" and ring doorbells of
every known Jewish householder. Respond to
that ring!
A -fust Request
The disclosure that Israel's Ami*.
Washington, Eliahu Elath. had requestedW
Department to permit the sale of arms to th J
state was neither surprising nor unvJr7
Latest reports from sources close to th!
Department revealed that Israel has ha
ceiving American weapons since last A '
The Arabs have long been receiving 1
arms from Britain, and our own Secretary Jj
has defended London's policy on the Jj
shipments were made under long-standinq tr
aimed at enabling the Arab countries to m f
internal security.
Now, if Washington and London are i
cerned about internal security in the Arah 1
the corollary follows that they should be i
concerned about Israel's ability to main'tah
ternal security. And if the Arab countries
tanks, destroyers, and submarines and jet nU
as Drew Pearson told the UJA national^
ference at Miami Beachfor the preservation
internal order there is no reason to assume I
Israel doesn't need them.
But the truth of the matter is that a danqei
cold war is being conducted in the Middle)
against Israel and that the shipping of heavy c
to those countries foreshadows the possibilirtj
a second Arab round against Israel and!
people. If that is the motive behind Bril
heavy sale of amis it is simple logic that Ama.
sale of arms to Israel will prevent another i
in that segment of the world. The argument |
the arming of the Arabs is part of the i
picture, a sort of precaution against an agqw
Soviet move, is too specious a contention to i
serious consideration. The realists in Wash
and in London know full well that if they i
count on the Arabs to hold back the mare
the hammer and sickle in that area they
just as well write off the Middle East.
Abba Hill'I Silver To Address
Miami Beach /ionisi Dinner
The Miami Beach Zionist Dis-
trict will meet on the evening of
Wednesday. March 8, at the
banquet hall of Temple Beth
Sholom, to pay tribute to Dr.
Abba Hillel Silver, Alfred Stone,
president, has announced. Dr.
Silver will address the assembly.
"About six vears ago. in the
midst of World War II, the Zion-
ist movement stood at the cross-
roads and at the decisive moment
Dr. Abba Hillel Silver was called
to the leadership of American
Zionism" Stone said. "He im-
mediately fused into the move-
ment a new spirit and vitality
which made it the most powerful
force in the Dispora.
"When other leaders, in a spirit'
of defeatism, were ready to com- :
promise for less than a Jewish
State, Dr. Silver's courage and
fine combination of realism and
idealism led forward to the ful- '
fillment of the objective of the
creation of a Jewish State," Stone
continued. "Israel stands yet in j
need of the imagination and bold- \
ness of approachthe tvpe of i
leadership still available in Dr
Abba Hillel Silver, when his-
torians will record as the proxi-
mate cause of the realization of
the two thousand year old
dream."
Heading the arrangements com-
mittee is Miami Beach Peace
Justice Kenneth Oka, assisted by
co-chairmen, Daniel M. Broad
and Ben Zion Ginsburg. Serving
on the committee are Dr. David
S. Andron, George M. Cohen
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Cantor Samuel Kelemer, chair-
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render vocal selections and has
arranged for Pierre Mande and
ensemble to play dinner music.
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Military Situation
Tense In Israel
(Continued from Page 1)
Nations Special Committee on
Palestine concerning the British
on the Exodus and the subsequent
sufferings of the 4,500 refugees
aboard the immigrant vessel, says
that the Jewish communities of
America "have failed to recognize
the historicity of the moment.
They belong to the generation
which has seen the establishment
of the Jewish State. They asked
for it as Jews through 2,000 years
of prayers, dreams and sacrifices.
"Every Jew is responsible be-
cause he is bound to his fellow
Jew by the process of history.
Much of the argument against
Israel is fear complex, and we
needall of us togetherto get a
little of the strength and courage
of the chaverim who fought and
died in these last several years
because they have caught the
spiritual significance of 2,000
years of persecution."
Premier To Broaden
Coalition Cabinet
(Continued from Page 1)
The political committee of the
Mapam decided this week to sub-
mit its own majority and minority
resolutions on the question of the
party's joining the coalition Cabi-
net to the forthcoming plenary
session of the Mapam's executive
The majority resolution con-
siders that further negotiations
with the Mapai are worthless
because of the latter's "failure to
display a positive response to the
Mapam's ultimate and minimum
proposals. The minority resolu-
tion favors continuation of the
conversations, in an attempt to
seek compromise proposals likely
1? y2-d Cerups for an under-
standing between the two major
wings of the labor movement."
,Tt ^La^m execut>ve is sc,
Hied to tnwt Israel Receiving
American Weapons
(Continued from Page 1)
the United States and Britain to
to supply arms and military
equipment to the Jewish state in
view of the shipment of arms by
Britain to the Arab countries.
Israel Ambassador Eliahu Elath
this week conferred for 75 min-
utes with Assistant Secretary of
State for Near Eastern Affairs
Raymond Hare. He said later that
they discussed how the news that
Israel requested arms from the
United States "leaked" to the
press. He declined to make any
further statements on the re-
ported plea, declaring that he
would have to wait for instruc-
tions from Tel Aviv.
(Israel sources in Tel Aviv this
week pointed out that "in view
nf the continued rearmament of
the Arab states and the continua-
tion of arms supplies to them,
there should be little astonish-
ment if Israel applies wherever
it can to obtain arms needed for
defense.")
A spokesman for the State De-
partment this week said that
more American arms have been
supplied to Israel than to any
Arab state since the lifting of the
arms embargo on the Near East
He added that State Department
officials are now drafting a reply
to Israel's request for additional
American munitions.
Diplomatic circles here ex-
pressed the belief that Israel is
.seeking permission to buy U S
! Jet-propelled military aircraft.'
fight naval vessels and other
; items to offset the British ship-
rnents of the most modern types
a rafr t0 EgyPl and other
(Aiab states.
| Meanwhile. David Horowitz,
director-general of the Israel Fi-
! nance Ministry, arrived in Wash-
: ington this week from London
jwhe.e he negotiated the release
'hLjrH361^ S,ter'inR bala""*
o < ked in Encland. Ho is sched-
uled to confer later with t
Deputy Mayor Of Jerusalem WUIL
Honor Guest At Histadrut Dinner
Reuven Shreibman, deputy i
mayor of Jerusalem, will be guest Headquarters of the Haganah.
of honor at the "Salute to Israel" v
dinner which will take place Sun-
day evening, March
evening, March 12, at the
Beachcomber Club.
Shreibman is visiting the
United States as a member of a
special Histadrut delegation.
From 1934 until the establishment
of the State of Israel, he was an
active member of the Regional
Beach Youth To
Hold Carnival
A Purim carnival will be held
at the Miami Beach Y all day
Sunday, March 5, under the
auspices of the Y teen age council
and groups in the junior program.
The affair will feature side shows
and games, developed by the
youth clubs which meet at the Y.
Among these are the SAR
Boys, Keystone, Betar, Musig,
BBG, Winx, and BBG No. 14
AZA Stephen Wise, Radio Work-
shop, Merd Rash, and the Swim
Team. The carnival will conclude
with the selection of a Queen
Esther and dancing.
both Rehovoth and Jenuj^E
During the 40 day seige of Jq
salem, he was responsible for'1
internal security and mobiliul
of man power for economic j
military purposes as a memki
the emergency council of
Holy City. He was elected !/
present office in January, U
Sophie Tucker and HT
Richman will present a spaUJ
program for this occasion.
The deputy mayor of Jeru
will also be honored at a paH
reception on Monday, Mu
at 8 p.m. at the Miami
High School auditorium. An l
dress will also be delivered^
Rabbi Aaron Dector of Philaa
phia. Rabbi Dector held the j
of major in the Chaplain ""
and while in Europe coof
with the Haganah in its ra
work among the Jewish survv*
A special feature at the "
tion will be singer Mascha
who will offer a program |
Israeli and Yiddish songs.
There will be no soliciuti
funds. Reservations may l ---
by calling the Histadrut office.
Membership Drive Starts
Club Everglades of the Work-
men s Circle launched a member-
ship campaign at a meeting'on I r.ector' Florida "BMl ,ff
Tuesday night. Neil Weisl Work- Anti-Defamation League of W
men's Circle fiolA "JZSUSr B'rith. are in Atlanta this i
attending the annual SouW
staff conference of the Anti-U
Attending Atlanta Mrf
Gilbert J. Balkin. director,*
Bernard Hutner, assistant I
rector, Florida regional offl
mens Circle field representative,
spoke to the gathering. As part
of the drive the club will hold
parties Saturday n:ght at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Schuldiner and Sundav night at
the home of Aaron Aronoff.
Weiss will speak on "Socialism
Today at the Workmen's Circle,
2j> Washington Ave., Miami
New Feature Added
'Every Girl's Desire."
scribed serial written by Yiddish
2H"*?* u'^ Freimen will b"
?dded to Jacob Schachter-s Jew-
h Musical Hour on Sun.l,'v
March 5. Schachter's progrTmfc
heard over -station WTTT on
Monday, Wednesday and Fridaj
Brin To Speak
Dr. Alexander Brin, noted
scholar, educator and newspaper
publisher of Boston, Mass.. will
speak on "Spiritual Weapons cf
American Democracy" on Friday
il, r-Pm' at tho Hollywood
Jewish Community Center.
Game Fest Held
Students of the Lear School
r a WmS fest at thc schaol
pounds on Friday aftern.,v.n. On
the afternoon's program were ex-
^"ff,1?1" i swimming, diving and
famation League.
Among the subjects being
cussed in connection wuM
planning of the league's pn*
in the South during 1950, H
the status of civil rights \etfi
tion, sectarian encroachments
rent tr*
the public schools, cun
in organized bigotry, <"""'""
projects and materials for oj
batting discrimination ar"1
vancing democracy in ou
munities, and the foriftcow
ADL book, "A Meas
Freedom."
New Law Firm Form*
Formation of a new IW
firm, Murrell & Dence, was
n;unoed this week. tjj
The firm was f '""''Vrwd
Murrell and Wal *F
cut of the d.s.lu*
M
grew
the f:rm of Muriel),
Fl-iwcrs.
Fleming
ill main
Murrell & Dence will m?
J
,11


Uy. MARCH 3. 1950
Je*ist>tkrrtnr
PAGE FIVE
Nazism In Germany Again
By GILBERT I. BALKIN
Director Florida Regional Office Anti-Defamation League
- ing democracy in Germany, as
outlined above, can hope for a
lasting peace be maintained.
Let us not now repeat the folly
,,' nearly five years after
[gun* were silenced on VE
- in
Germany again
serious challenge to
the military was
to root out the j
Nazism and Fasc-
as their foundation
discrimination, we i
> ing survivals j
tyranny remaining
Nazism
a most
id peace.
Ithough
fought
;i'S <'
having
ry i
iti
termany.
.... poll taken in the'
of Occupation in
m, revealed the same :
;'. ,.. of internal dis- j
The irity of Germans
t,ll (dieted to national
is a polite way
hi .. are still Nazis.;
lion ilism ia en the
New" political
i,. a ying popular favor
fairing old Nazi line-
anti-Semitism. '
IUt
jssive militarism and con-;
.,. j .cratic processes, i
vey taken by cor- j
jondenu [es ha* reflected that boys and ;
of the Rhineland expressed !
t nostaligia" tor the.
Bays H tier youth and de-
d themselves in favor of an
Joritaran form of government
lered around a "leader."
land in hand, notorious Nazi
C ke Schacht and Von
,..-, : :<-f. Authoritative
it that lesser "ex-
Ps" have been steadily climb-
to positions of influence in
stries throughout the Ameri-
zonethat Hitler's former
keys have been found serving
(judges, prosecutors, city of-
als and teachers.
low with the establishment of
western German State and the
of military government in
frnany marking the termina-
of the first phase of German I
|upation. a critical appraisal of I
nation's policy in Germany
urgent.
Although in four years of mili- j
occupation, the formal ele-
hts for the creation of a free
Re have been established, the
ef goals of American policy,
denazification of Germany
the democratic community
far from achievement.
the extent to which these goals
ye been lost sight of in some
puential quarters is indicated
the n cent rash of proposals
the creation of a German
ny.
JVhat is imperatively needed at
point, in view of the failure
disapp e.ntments of the past,
la full review by the United
pea C ;iess and by a presi-
tial mmission of the execu-
oi American policy in
many and the need for a
fitive pi igram which will:
Strengthen the pro-demo-
>tic forces ol Germany the
Imocrdtie Labor movement, the
Iperative, the democratically
Instituted s icial welfare agencies
V municipalities under effective
pular control.
Elimin ite all active support-
of the Nazi program from
fucy making and other positions
"authority or responsibility in
administrative, judicial and
ucational system of the German
vernment.
J-Democratize the economy and
WD the concentration of eco-
PK power in cartels and trusts.
* Maintain such controls of the
jrman economy so that while
"""tig an adequate standard of
Fag and contributing to Euro-
n recovery they will never
Pm become a threat of war.
facilitate the re-education of
l.,th'man PeP!e, especially its
' ,n ;' sPirit of democratic-)
Peaceful cooperation.
Etnnitrican public must be
fri a, menace of surviving
Em, ,ng Nazi tendencies in
Ew y. oday- 0nly through in-
fc tnat ou'- n^ion pursue
vigorous program for establish-
|o Mark Music Month
l'n observance of Jewish Music
Fnth. a half-hour program en-
liii i Thu Jewish Music Trail"
I",bt' Presented by the Jewish
I at \XnCil 0n Sunday. March
>Kat r p"m- over station
L i, j anlor Samuel Kelemer
fiar ,g.t Kenneth Oka..will ap-
krluH he ProKram. which will
JewiS,arration and recordings
Jewish music, .
on a national and global basis
which permitted the rise of Hitler
in the 1930's.
Time will never erase from our
memory and that of humanity
the unspeakable crimes com-
mitted by the Nazis in the con-
centration camps and crematoria
during the rampant Hitler rule.
American public opinion must be
alerted to the urgent requirement
for rooting out Nazi tendencies
in Germany today and building a
sound democratic framework
within that land.
Presidential investigation or
congressional review of A ?rican
policy in Germany is essential
and should be urged by all com-
munity groups and citizens.
For additional information on
present conditions in Germany,
contact the Florida Regional ADL
Office. 330 Seybold Building.

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FRIDAY. mahCH3
Former Editor And HIAS
Official Dies At 71
Samuel Mason, a former general i
manager of the Hebrew Shelter- |
ing and Immigrant Aid Societ)
(HIAS), died on Saturday, Jan-
uary 21, after a long illness at
his home in Miami Beach. He
was 71 years old.
Born in Russia. Mr, Mason
came here as a boy and began a
career in journalism by establish-
ing the Boston Israelite and the
Rhode Island Register. He was
one of the founders of the Young
Men's Hebrew Association of
Providence.
Mr. Mason came to New York
as editor of the Jewish World and
later served as news editor of the
Jewish Morning Journal and
managing editor of the Tageblatt.
He was a pioneer in the intro-
duction of the English page in
Jewish journalism.
In 1909 Mr. Mason was instru-
mental in effecting a merger of
the Hebrew Immigrant Aid
Society, of which he was director,
and the Hebrew Sheltering House
Association. He became general
manager of the consolidated
group find served in that capacity
until 1919.
In 1918 he was the society's
representative on a mission in the
Orient, where he opened HIAS
offices in Yokahama. Kobe. Vladi-
vostok and Harbin.
Survivors include his wife.
Lena, and two sons. Marcus David
and Jacob Herman Mason.
Flagler-Granada
1'iaii Will !!iil
Show. S>aii i
_ Thr Flagler-Granad i Jewish
: a danci
ty si n S
I Sabli s
W Hub.
thi
which will include I
Pujol. Katl i line Vanberen, Miss
Ji .: ini. Stanli i': :of.D maid
Alley, Lillian Beck. Fran i
Biu.n Herrero an i Ji an A i
A dramatic skit will
d by Mrs. Jack Albert and
Ray Levine and exhibiti. n ball-
room dan : red bv
Joan and Allen. The Y\.
Granad Choi G
furnish the musical b
for several numb
' Naoi :. .- .n,i Jack
I .: Ii id I
Mr, and Mrs M :. .. wiU
as King \ as and
Queen Esther and will lead the
grand march f the sh iw.
The yai is under the
direction r*F Mrs. Paul Drazer
Mis. James Sega! is over-all
chairman and reservations may
be made by phoning her at 4-0425.
Democracy Workshop To
Air Third Program
i Workshop for Democracy
a communitywide dramatic week-
ly live radio series on human
.'?"? wi" P'"e'nt "The Rights
of Bill bv Jerome Baver. in its
third program Wednesday, March
WMIE.10:15 Pm' 0VCT S,ation
Appearing in the drama are
Robert Baron, Hal Rubin. Joan
Moser, Harry Sharp. Manny Ber-
lin, r, David Feldman, Bernard
- i gel and Bill Poticka
production is under the direction
of Mrs Gertrude Marx and
technical adviser is B-
Hutner.
Individuals interested in acting
or writing for this jjgned
for building Americanism
advancing democratic group rela-
tionships are requested to contact
a "da Rc8iun'''l Office of the
Anti-Deramation League 'no
Seybold Building. g 3
llclli Miolom Plan
I*iirim Carnival
The Beth Sholom Relig
School will sponsor a Purim
carnival on Sunday. March 5. at
the temple. All proceeds from the
event will go to the 1950 Com-
qL, ''';' bined Jewish Appeal.
**Ty^ Carnival day will begin with a
colorful costume parade, culmi-
nating in the crowning of Queen
Esther who will reign over the
festivities. More than 20 gaylv
r;> i irated booths will offer games
of skill. A Purim soup kitchen
will be open.
This year's carnival represents
e cooperative efl the reli-
school staff and pupils.
by Sydney J. Gri
principal, and the PTA, under
direction of Mrs. Alfred
lei pres lent.
Dedicated to Service...
MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY
Takes Pride In Introducing Memorial Counsellors
RABBI S. M. MACHTEI
Executive Vice President
THESE are representatives of friendly integrity, sincerely
devoted to aiding you in selecting a family burial estate ...
in making an inevitable decision with a sense of thoughtful
preparedness rather than of confused necessity. They are ready
to help you select a beautiful site in the quiet gardens of
Mount Nebo Cemetery, and to show you a simple and con-
venient plan whereby you can pay for it out of income on small
monthly terms without dues, or assessments, and at substantial
savings. The before-need plan they offer can soften one of life's
most trying moments for you and your loved ones. Your
courteous attention to your Memorial Counsellor will bring
you years of consolation and peace of mind.
ARTHUR BECKERMAX
ROBERT YAFFEY
Sales Director
DAVE LEHRER
MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY
Ideally Located Near West Flaaler at 53rd Avenue
For Information Phone 3-3720
General Office-Olympia Bldg.


Lmav MARCH 3, 1950
*Je*ist FhrkUan
PAGE SEVEN
AN IMPORTANT MESSAGE ABOUT
THE 1950 COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL
Next Sunday, March 5, the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation will launch the general solicitation phase of
its 1950 Combined Jewish Appeal, the twelfth such appeal
since Federation was first organized in 1939.
Federation is the instrumentality of the Jewish com-
munity of Greater Miami in raising funds for the United
Jewish Appeal, for ten local agencies, and for 40 other
organizations devoted to Jewish education, welfare and
health programs.
Since the first of the year, when the Initial Gifts
Division was organized, several hundred volunteers have
been working night and day to raise the $1,481,146 needed
to carry on the vital work of the various causes
represented in the 1950 Combined Jewish Appeal.
Up to this date, on the eve of the Metropolitan Unit
campaign, we have raised
$812,000 representing 54%
of the total goal.
With the general camp-
paign about to be launched,
it is up to every Jewish man,
woman and child in the
community to stand up and
be counted.
Beginning, next Sunday
some 800 "foot soldiers" will i
be calling upon the Jewish
householders of D a d e
County. They will be ring-
ing your doorbell. They will
be there to tell you the
story of the Combined Jew-
ish Appeal, of the needs in
Israel, in Europe, here at home and throughout the
country.
WHAT YOU AS AN INDIVIDUAL DO IN RESPONSE
TO THEIR STORY WILL SPELL THE SUCCESS OR THE
FAILURE OF THE 1950 CAMPAIGN.
In the past, the Jewish community has given liberally
to this appeal. The need this year greater than it has
ever been. If you gave last year and in previous years,
we know we can depend upon hearing from you again
during this campaign. We know you are not going to let
the 1950 Combined Jewish Appeal down. You are going
to do your share to provide the necessary and vital
services which are rendered by the UJA and the other
agencies participating in the 1950 Combined Jewish
Appeal.
Ban Kuftkin flays:
"... Given an understanding oi the magnitude
oi the problem that faces ua, and ol our responsi-
bility in providing for the transportation oi Jewish
Displaced Persons from Europe to Israel and
America and ior their resettlement in both
countries. I am confident that our Jewish com-
munity will rise to the occasion and will contribute
generously to. the 1650 Combined Jewish Appeal.
. The interest and support demonstrated thus
far has been very heartening. In the various
campaign functions hekf since the finjt of the
year, we have shown a 28% increase in giving
over last year. If this rate is maintained our
campaign will certainly go over the top. I appeal
to all to give generouslyand quickly. The need
is urgent"
Greater Miami has the distinction of being the first
community in the country to conduct a campaign in behalf
of the United Jewish Appeal. Of the $1,481,146. which we
must raise this year, $810,000 has been allocated to the
United Jewish Appeal. What we do here will reflect on
the total national campaign of UJA. Such communities
as Los Angeles, Chicago. Boston, New York. Pittsburgh
and other Jewish communities throughout the country are
waiting to see what Greater Miami will do. Our success
will help them succeed.
Remember, too. that approximately 26 cents out of
every dollar contributed by you remains at home to take
care of our ten local agencies which are doing a needed
job in the fields of health, education, refugee resettlement,
recreation and old age. Among these local agencies are
the Jewish Home for the Aged, the Miami Beach "Y",
the Micrai Jewish Commun-
ity Center, the Refugee Re-
settlement Service of the
Jewish Social Service
Bureau, the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education, Mount Sinai
Hospital, etc.
We hope and trust that
the Jewish community of
Greater Miami will not let
our local agencies down.
We are confident that you
will give, and give gen-
erously, to enable these
agencies to carry on their
extremely important work
in helping to create a
strong Jewish community
here in Dade County.
It is up to us to see that we finish the 1950 Combined
Jewish Appeal in a hurry. Let's all get behind our cam-
paign leaders and workers and march victoriously to our
goal in the next several weeks.
- YOU CAN DO YOUR PART WHEN THE CAMPAIGN
SOLICITOR CALLS UPON YOU. If for any reason at all
you have not been visited within the next week or ten
days, please communicate with the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation. 420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. 58-4331. We
will see to it that you are given a pledge card and an
opportunity to do your bit in the campaign.
You can also help by volunteering to work as a cam-
paign solicitor. There are several sections of the city
which have not yet been covered. Please do your part.
Lincoln Road
1*50 COMBINED JEWISH APMAL
Dan R- ltaa* Campaign Chairman
Miami Reach
Telephone 58-43:11


PAGE EIGHT
+Jelstncridian
FRIDAY. MARCH 3,
A PICTORIAL RECORD OF THE
ACHIEVEMENT BRUNCH CO-CHAIRMEN The
Women's Division Achievement Brunch held on Feb-
ruary 7th at the Saxony Hotel added $16,000 toward
the 1950 CJA goal. 167 women attending this function,
which was addressed by Dr Zev Cohen, representing
the United Jewish Appeal, pronounced it a distinct
social as well as campaign success. Co-Chairmen are
Mrs, Herbert E. Scher and Mrs. Joseph Fenias.
GUESTS AT INITIAL GIFTS DINNER Among
those who graced the head table at the Initial Gifts
Dinner on January 12th at the Westview Country Club
were Sm Blank. Chairman of Pacesetters, Carl
Weinkle. Co-Chairmen of the Initial Gifts Unit and
Mayor Harold Turk of Miami Beach. Other Co-Chair-
men of the Initial Gifts Unit are Jacob Sher, Jack
Ablin. Arthur Ungar and Samuel Friedland.
AT ATLANTIC CITY Local community leaders
pose with Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett of Israel at
Atlantic City Conference of United Jewish Appeal on
December 12. 1949. This event marked the opening gun
of the 1950 Combined Jewish Appeal. Front row (I. to r.)
Mrs. Wm. D. Singer, Abraham Goodman, Mrs. Goodman.
Rear row (I. to r.) Morris Klass. Leon Ell, Harry
Sirkin, Mrs. Sidney Ansin, Mr. Ansin, I. L. Mintzer,
William Glick.
WOMEN'S INITUL
heading th jH
Division ,f, 3
Ablin. Co-Chii,,
of Mrs. Samiisn
73 women itten
over the i?m ,
;*>*
COLLEGE OF COMMUNITY KNOWLEDGE .
Flouting the superstition that Friday, the 13th is
unlucky, the Women's Division held an educational
institute, known as the "College of Community
Knowledge" on January 13th at the Shore Club Hotel.
Dr. Ruth Gruber was principal speaker. Seated at the
head table are Mesdames David Bass, William Capland,
Joseph Fenias, Herbert Scher. William Farr, Abraham
Goodman, Monte Selig, Louis Glasser and Dr. Gruber.
Also Mesdames Carl Weinkle, Benjamin Sherry, Isaac
Levin, Sylvia Chertkof. and Miss Ruth Allen of the
Miami Herald.
MORGENTHAU GREETS MIAMIANS Organized
under the aggressive chairmanship of Sam Blank, the
pacesetters were guests at a dinner party given at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Blank on Dec. 22. Following
talks by Hon. Henry Morgenthau, national chairman
of the UJA; Henry Montor, national UJA campaign
director and Mel. Dubinsky of St. Louis. UJA national
leader, those present contributed $356,000. 40% increase
over the amount given by the same persons the previous
year. Shown here are Samuel Katz, Mr. Morgenthau
and Jack Dubinsky, Co-Chairman of the Winter
Residents Unit.
HONORING OUR 1948 CAMPAIGN CHAIRMAN ... A
beautiful plaque signifying the community's apprecia-
tion for his leadership of the 1948 Combined Jewish
Appeal was presented to Joseph Stein by Jacob Sher.
Honorary President of Federation. The presentation
was made at the December 18th Conference as Vice
President Barkley applauds and Mrs. Barkrey and Dan
Ruskin, 1950 CJA Chairman, smile happily. Leonard
Abess was chairman of this all-day session, attended
by nearly 800 persons.
DAN'S A BUSY I
chairman in Fe*
time into the i
than has this :
the campaign
shoulder and ht|
Here's Dan tellisjf
is in the bao" ill
over list yJr i <
or Give it."
r*:^f-ir-^. DANNY KAYE GETS SERIOUS ... At the dinner of
the Special Gifts Unit held at the Westview Country
Club, internationally famous comedian Danny Kaye
showed the serious side of his nature. He made a
moving and eloquent plea in behalf of the United
Jewish Appeal. The Special Gifts Unit is one of the
most important segments of the campaign. Shown
above (I. to r.) are Danny Kaye and Co-Chairmen
Abraham Goodman and Herbert E. Scher.
ORGANIZING THE HOTEL MEN First step taken
by Co.Chairmen Rose and Sirkin was JTorganize 2
?1 .! ?arty at the Sorrento Members of the
committee shown above are: Front row (I. to r ) Harrv
Sirkin "jarnh1 HP'S* UJA "takar; V Rm.. Mr
ln,.nh.,i mSe",enber' Sidnev Steiner, Charles
R?nt M.0,-!. ?"" r0W. ,0 r'> Sam Kaplan. Arthur
Bant. Mack Werner, Aaron Courshon. N. Doug. Raff
Arthu?rOiX0er'MS'dney Bernbaum. Rear row (1 to r)
Arthur Adler, Harry Dinnerstein, Leo Eisenstrin
Joseph H. Gardner, Max Greenberg,' Jacob Fi.hman '
THEY PUT ON A SKIT .
of the Women's Division
Knowledge" was a two-act
After." depicting fund ra
creation of Federation and
formers were: Seated (I. to
hoff, Harold Rand. Leonard
Louis Krensky. Standing (|
Max c. Gettinger. Max Mei
Spaet, Max Orovitz.
. An outstanding feature
"College of Community
skit entitled "Before and
sing methods before the
how it's done today. Per-
r.) Mesdames Sam Simon.
Beldner, Irvinq Lehrman.
to r.) Jojeph H. Gardner,
el, Harold B. Spaet, Mrs.
?n?RrAL CABLES PREPARES Solicitation activities
for Coral Gables..Flagler-Granada and West Miami will
will
than ever before, according to
these districts. Mrs. Glasser's
be more intensive
campaign leaders
lieutenants for these areas are" shown 'above^'seat'ed
o iX r''~. r Seymour M. Blumenthal. District Leader;
Rabbi Skop. Coral Gables-South Miami-Homestead
chairman; Morton M. Beigel, Flagler Granada-West
Miami chairman Standing (I. to r.) District Leaders
Naphtali A. Weidberg. Jack Silverman and IrvingI L
HOTEL MEN MEET ALMOST DAU v
tsLFBAnu* tSsSv s-wv
ss& slwsbtwSK feawsss
quarters. Here's a typical Z ,0 Fed?r*tion head-
Leo Eisenstein* Paul Gros.inoA V5"'0n: <'' ,0 "j
Ralph Lachman, Harry Koretzkl "" L,Bernbaum.
Joe Rose and Harry V*8i Th,A *VA. Hl " men not pictured, are strivina A".A?" f"16"" n0,el
success of the drive. "r'ving ceaselessly for the
MAMI BEACH LEADERS
of n, MiarnCii,8Taecnnbearr'.i.h"/a.i.CeP"a e chairmanship
a meeting i Mr oA,.- .V" M*"-opt>litan Unit. At
discussed plan. ot,'lce on January 18 wars
olieitation aA'._ *n Intonalva house-to-house
Burnett Roth. Miami
accepted the chairmanship
---
solicitation j.,.-.-. "" "nonsive nouse-to-nouse
Glasser' Mr R0?h m0,. "2T*! Sea,d < r> Mr'
Standing (| ,r > ,* 6,mon Wolff. district leader.
Edward Singer M^t,. *. S,,inm"' <"r
Na &d^iB*z2Sg> Unit cmB*",
let leader;
n director;
"FREEDOM BRU"
Sol Leslie and
getting a turnout^
minimum "Fresda"
Washington's Bir
Ben-Dror, HiMfi
the women of Grt
Danny ThomU
affair a pleasant*
talk by Womeirt~
were announced \
~
AT THE INITIJ
0i,* D,B,hr rltw'.
January 12t" grj
the guests *'*'' j
speakers WJJfi,"
Israel "" ",. ,
Chairman "-'
IiV 19W WE MUST HAISE f '3wUJrV<:


)AY, MARCH 3. 1950
JcnlslffiriUtr
PAGE NINE
0 COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL
UK .. Spear- MORE CAMPAIGN BIG-WIGS ... A happy quartet at GROUP LEADERS SUPPORT CHAIRMAN RU6KIN NORTH DADE COUNTY LEADERS Under the
the Women'* the Initial Gifts Dinner consisted of Samuel Friedland, Tne,e are tne fnen who are pushing hard to make direction of Mrs. Frances Danels, North Dade chairman.
and Mrs. Jack Morris Klass, Federation's executive director, Jacob campaign a success. Seated (I. to r.) Leo Cha.kin Plans are being completed for intensive coverage ef
Md at tM home Sher and Samuel Katz. They had a perfect right to feel Dan Ru8kln and Aaron Kanner. Standing (I. to r.) Dan th' area. Serving with Mrs. Danels are: Seated (I. to r.7.
i was raised by Jubilant for the sum of 512,000 raised that night Rotn- srn Heiman, Aaron Weinkle, Wm. D. Singer, Mr- Dorothy W. Magnus. Captain: Mrs. Danels, Mrs.
ncrease of 41% represented an increase of 32% over the amount given s,dney Segall, Dr. Morris Goodman and Morry Mason. Benlamin Miller, district leader: Mrs. A. W. Schostak.
by the same contributors during the 1949 campaign. captain: standing (I. to r.) Mrs. Frances Baskin.
captain: Mrs. Gladys Rudolf, captain; Harry Jonas,
captain and Mrs. Marty Schuman, captain.
No campaign
liore effort and
Jewish Appeal
liks for is that
shoulder to
km to victory.
Ithe "campaign
pease in giving
cry is "Get it
To Mrs.
full credit for
Jn at the 150
|tel Saxony on
* CaP- E. M.
areetings to
pmen of Israel,
d make the
f*. followiny a
Carl Weinkle,
MIAMI METROPOLITAN UNIT LEADERS Direct-
ing the "foot soldiers" of the Miami area are: Seated
(I. to r.) Mrs. Lilly Laster, captain; Irving Saal, district
leader; Max R Silver. Area Chairman; Mrs. Rose
Borkin, district leader; Mrs. Beatrice Rothman, captain.
Standing (I. to r.) Benjamin Bass, captain; Mrs. Bass,
captain; Martin Finkelstein, district leader; Jules Weiss,
captain; Morris Laster, captain: Mrs. Bessie Hecht,
captain; Mrs. 'David Collins, captain; Mr. Collins,
captain.
MRS. WOLFF ENTERTAINS WORKERS .Mrs/
Simon Wolff, Miami Beach District Leader, entertained
her fellow-campaigners at a garden party on February
4. Seated (I. to r.) Mrs. Oscar C. Sindell. Mrs. Ned
Sail, Mrs. Herbert S. Shapiro, Mrs. S. Nudelman, Mrs.
Harry Platoff, and Mrs. Fred Jonas. Standing (I. to r.) '
Simon Wolff, Mrs. Louis Krensky, Mrs. Arnold Seeder,
Ed Singer, Mrs. Carl Weinkle, Mrs. Hyman Kaplan,
Mrs. Leon Kronish, Mrs. Louis Glasser, Burnett Roth.
Mrs. Simon Wolff, Mrs. Irving Rothman, Mrs. Seymour
Weiss, Mrs. Murray Rothman and Mrs. Alexander
Kogan.
YOUTH DIVISION ORGANIZED The Youth
Division of the 1950 CJA came into existence on
December 2, when Leo Lania, foreign editor of the
United Nations World Magazine, spoke to a group of
yohngstcrs from all sections of the city. The meeting
was held at Federation. Shown with Mr. Lania ar
Miss Toby Jacobskind, activities director of the Miami
Jewish Commhnity Center; Miss Bea Rapport of the
Federation staff, and Fred Berkowitz educational
director of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center,
who is chairman of the Youth Division.
JOE ROSE TAKES THE MIKE Here's Joe Rose,
vigorous chairman of the Hotel Unit, and himself a
top giver, exhorting the members of the industry
attending the unit's buffet supper at the Lord Tarleton
Hotel to giveand give generously. Aaron Courshon,
supper chairman and Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, supper
co-sponsor with Al and Walter Jacobs, listen intently.
Following Mr. Rose'a talk, those present contributed
$73,000 toward the hotel quota of $300,000. Also
addressing the hotel men were Dr. Zev Cohen. UJA
speaker, Campaign Chairman Dan Ruskin and Federa-
tion President Wm. D. Singer.
METROPOLITAN UNIT ORGANIZED Under the
chairmanship of Mrs. Louis Glasser, the first organiza-
tion meeting of the Metropolitan Unit was- held at the
Miami Jewish Community Center on January 12.
Present were: Seated (I. to r.) Mrs. Glasser, Rabbi
Moahay Mann, representing the CJA Speakers Bureau;
Mrs. Frances Danels, North Dade chairman. Standing
(. to r.) Morton M. Beigel, Flagler Granda-West Miami
chairman: Rabbi Morris A. Skop, Coral Gables-South
Miami-Homestead chairman; Max R. Silver, Miami
chairman.
BUDGET COMMITTEE IN ACTION Long before
the campaign started, the 21-member Budget Committee
of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation met weekly
to pass upon the budgetary requests of some 85
agencies which applied for participation in the 1950
C.J.A. Front row (I. to r.) Irving Cypen, Aaron Kanner.
Howard Jane, Ben Giller. Rear row (I. to r.) Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff, Carl Susskin, Joseph Duntov, Sidney
Lefcourt, chairman; Max C. Gettinger, Secretai y;. Let.
Chaikin, Elry Stone, Joseph H. Gardner, Emil J. Gould.
M. J. Kopelowitz, Mrs. Jennie Gordon, Stuart Gordon.
Henry Wolff.
I
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aThe Initial
I ThC.lul? 0n
I eat.. nioht-
l"aiional UJA
fc'V* 'if. in
nh*''dent:
*'**"* con.
>nd c>
mp.ugn
WHEN BILL SINGER SMILES It's because he's
happy at the way the campaign is progressing. Flanked
by Valerie Stone, principal speaker at the Special Gifts
Dinner on January 30. and Danny Kaye, Federation
Prexy Singer listened Joyfully as the contributions
Kept pouring in. There's reason enough for happiness,
Qin says, but he cautions against over-confidence
points out that the hardest half of the campaign is
till ahead.
HOTEL INDUSTRY SETS PACE Always the most
important single trade division, the hotel men of
Greater Miami undertook a quota this year of $300,000.
nearly 20% of the total goal. To corral such funds
requires leadership, imagination, integrity and plain
hard work. With such standards to guide him. Campaign
Chairman Dan Ruskin unerringly selected Joe Rose
and Harry Sirkin as Co-Chalrmen of the Hotel Unit.
These men are pushing hard to put the Hotel Unit
over the top.
CHILDREN GET BUSY Following an address on
January 15th by Joseph Gassen of the CJA Speakers
Bureau, the children attending the Sunday School of
the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, made a
pledge for $400 and accompanied it with a check for
that amount. The presentation to Mr. Gassen was made
by 13.year old Paul Weiss Brick president of the
student body. Looking on admiringly are Rabbi Irving
Lehrman and Fred Berkowitz, Youth Division Chairman.
* VITAL JBWMSH CAUSES

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PAGE TEN
*.lwistncridiiain^
TODAY, MARCH'
SALIENT FACTS about the CAMPAIGN
In 1950 we must raise $1,481,148 lor 50 Vital Jewish Cau.es.'
Here is the breakdown of the allocations:
$380,903.68
. 810.000.00
Local Agencies.........................................................
United Jewish Appeal...........................................
Other Overseas Relief and Reconstruction
Agencies ...........................................................
Civic Protective Agencies....................................
Education. Health and Culture Agencies............... "'ZMH!
National Service Agencies...................................
Reserves for Special Contingencies and
Collection Losses.............................................
Campaign Expenditures.......................................
48.900.00
36.700.00
13.080.00
108,680.28
70,232.00
Our goal can be reached U the Jewish community measures up
to the need and the standard of generosity it has set for itself in
previous years.
The Greater Miami Jewish Federation, organized in 1939, is a
voluntary association of individuals and organizations interested in
promoting the general welfare of the Jewish people. Its purpose is to
provide for Jewish community planning in Dade County; to coordinate
the fund-rasing efforts of the Jewish community; to develop leadership
and support for all causes that promote community welfare; to secure
financial support for all agenies
which participate in our annual
Combined Jewish Appeal and. in
cooperation with member, bene-
ficiary and other related organiza-
tions, to establish and discharge
those responsibilities for the needs
of Jewish life in Greater Miami and
elsewhere which may be found
necessary.
Federation's local agencies in-
clude Mt. Sinai Hospital, the
Jewish Home for the Aged, the
Bureau of Jewish Education, the
Refugee Resettlement Service of
'the Jewish Social Service Bureau,
the Miami Beach Y.M. & W.H.A.,
the Miami Jewish Community
Center, the Baron de Hirsch Loan
Fund, the Greater Miami Vaad
Hakashruth and the Miami Section
of the National Council of Jewish
Women.
IJ.i Six-Point Program
For 1950
(1) Provide homes for 85.000 new immigrants in
the temporary reception camps in Israel.
(2) Provide for the immigration and settlement of
150.000 additional newcomers in Israel this year.
(3! Establish 125 agricultural settlements to
speed the absorption of newly arrived refugees in
the Jewish State.
(4) Rehabilitation and relief to a minimum of
250.000 Jews in Western and Eastern Europe.
(5) Medical aid and child care for tens of
thousands of the 800,000 Jews living in poverty
and need in Moslem lands.
'6) The adjustment of 25,000 Jewish refugees
who are expected to enter the United States this
year.
The United Palestine Appeal is the agency which raises money lot
the Jews of IsraeL Its job this year is to provide hinds for the integration
of several hundred thousand inumgrants who are expected to arrin
in Israel during 1950. ^
The United Service for New Americans: Under the terms of the j
Displaced Persons Law, some 40,000 Jewish displaced persons an
expected in this country during 1950. It is up to the United Service for
New Americans to assist these Immigrants when they arrive on
our shores.
The Bureau of Jewish Education was opened on March 1, 1941
Since then great strides have been made in elevating standards of (
Jewish education in our community. Eleven schools have affiliated
themselves with the Bureau, while a total of 16 schools are taking
advantage of its varied services. Under the guidance of the Bureau,
registration in the Jewish schools has grown steadily. Today there an
over 1.000 students attending afternoon Jewish schools and more than
2,200 children registered in Sunday Schools. Because of its expanded
program, the Bureau has received a Federation allocation of $34,140
for 1950. #
Mount Sinai Hospital, operated on a non-profit, non-sectarian basis,
is located at 4300 Alton Road. Miami Beach, on 23 acres overlooking.
Biscayne Bay. It contains 214 beds and 50 bassinettes and has a
medical staff of over 300 physi-
cians, and a hospital staff of 350
_________________________ employees. Mount Sinai Hospital
represents the fulfillment of many
years of dreaming and planning
on the part of our community. In
its first year of operation, the
Hospital will probably run a deficit
of over $200,000. Federation has
allocated $103,000 from the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal towards this
anticipated operating deficit
On the national level. Fed-
eration's Combined Jewish Appeal
raises funds for such organizations as the American Jewish Congress,
the Joint Defense Appeal, the National Jewish Welfare Board, the
Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds and many other
organizations devoted to health, education and welfare.

In addition to the United Jewish Appeal, Federation's Combined
Jewish Appeal also raises funds for many other overseas activities,
including those of the Histadrut, Hias, Hadassah, American Fund for
Palestinian Institutions, American Friends of the Weizmann Institute
and Federated Council of Palestine Institutions.

The United Jewish Appeal is the joint fund-raising agency for the
Joint Distribution Committee, United Palestine Appeal and the United
Service for New Americans. It conducts a national campaign through
federations, funds or councils in Jewish communities throughout the
country. Delegates representing these communities meet at a national
conference yearly to consider the budgetary requests presented by
the three constituent agencies of the UJA and to determine the size
of the national goal.
The Joint Distribution Committee is engaged in taking care of the
needs of the Jews in Displaced Persons camps in Europe, Asia and
Africa. In addition, it is charged with the responsibility of transporting
Jews from the Displaced Persons camps to IsraeL
The Miami Jewish Community
Center provides the cultural |
recreational, social and physical
activities program for the Jewish
community of Miami. It is the
home of over 25 communal or-,
ganizations; offers a nurserf
schooL afternoon clubs, scouting,
summer camps, teen-age and
adult activities, and a program
for the Golden-age Club. It ah*.
provides consultation and *
tension services to various Jewish
organizations.
The Y.M. and W.H.A. of Miami Beach services the total com-
munity of Miami Beach through its own program, as a meeting pk*j
lor Jewish organizations, and its Extension Program which is utnWj
by the synagogues on the Beach. The Y services every member of t I
family whether they be 3 or 63. Its bi-cultural program brings to thtj
Jewish community activities designed for general interest as well*
that of Jewish content. An average of 4,000 persons avail themselW
of the Y faculties each week.

The Resettlement Service Committee of the Jewish Social Servic*
Bureau co-ordinates all services to Jewish immigrants who haf
recently come to Greater Miami. Its general purpose is to have them
become self-supporting, well adjusted citizens as soon as P088 ,
It helps them to find homes and secure employment; gives Peta0
service and economic aid; arranges for business loans; works
the National Council of Jewish Women and other agencies In
social and cultural adjustment of the newcomers.
the
Jewish Home for the Aged, located- at 335 S.W. 12th IWJJ
led to capacity with 38 residents. These cannot be P***"
_ i_ ... ___ 71 ner ce"1
The
is crowded to capacity with 38 residents. These cannot
cared for because of inadequate physical facilities. Close to 75 p*
of the residents suffer from some chronic illness and an infinD?!^l,
badly needed. The sum of $33,274 has been allocated to the
bom the 1950 Combined Jewish AppeaL


miv MARCH 3, 19S0
brew Teachers Will Honor Freedman
Banquet At Helene Hotel Sunday
hsnauet will be tendered by ucation in Miami." Rabbi Jacob
Hebrew Teachers Association H. Kaplan will offer the invoca-
"nor of its president, David tion and Harry Perach Kvitzsy
will lead in the grace after meals.
Community singing will be di-
rected by
ttJgMlgft fhril, >r
PAGE ELEVEN
bmaiTat '"the" Helene Hotel,
J 15th St. Miami Beach, on
Lav March 5. at 7 p.m.
-wocram will feature an
h bv Rabbi Max Shapiro on
Envelopment of Jewish Ed-
on
gall Advocates
|m Tax Repeal
reing the repeal of the present
lax law, Sidney Segall,
date for state legislature, has
j for the establishment of a
lax commission, appointed
districts for the purpose of
Sding a method of taxation
burdensome to the people
,hc merchants in retail trade.
utlined by Segall, this corn-
will also provide for
smenis on real property
ighout the state.
. 43-year-old attorney, who
akmg his second bid for
, also favors the establish-
of an economy board with
rity to investigate all state
for the purpose of
ating needless and out-
expenditures and methods,
mending improvements and
ing savings by ultimately
ing into being a centralized
asmg system.
all promises to introduce a
provide for the reforming
city of Miami, whereby the
commissioners would be
d by and from districts and
iy resulting in a more repre-
ive city government.
candidate advocates the re-
of certain criminal laws by
ing more drastic punish-
of offenders guilty of lewd
|decent assault or act upon
Id; assault with intent to
it a felony, such as murder,
aughter or rape; breaking
ptering; armed robbery,
le constitution of the state of
a is Model 1885 and does
onforni to the needs and
M of 1950 and the future,"
says. "It should be re-
all proposes to strengthen
bir Trade Act. to amend the
|eas law to allow consumers
rs t.i deduct gasoline tax
from Federal income ta*x
I to call for legislation
Khening the character of the
I Welfare Board and regula-
p>verning the aged and the
' / nfi nn better with
pt day c mditions and needs.
Concert
ncert will be held
A-toi Hotel on Saturday,
* Pa ticipants will be
Fcai Yardeni, Israeli singer
ptor; Ruth Brotman, con-
pnd radio soprano; Chana
fgi European comedienne;
ibman, organist.
DE SOTO HOTEL
[> HEALTH RESORT
* Modern, Steam-
heated. Fireproof
Hotel. All Rooms with
Pnvate B a t -h or
Shower.
Elevator and
Telephone Service.
Physiotherapy mas.
5'ioe colonies
mineral baths and al-
lied treatments. Spe-
cial diets for those in
need.
I'ncNy Hotel with Reasonable
Tern V Per Week- pr
Person American Plan.
RrTY.HAR8o*. fla.
V"""-- Cle.irwater 3-2367
Joshua Stadlan and
greetings will be heard from
Rabbi Irving Lehman: Mrs.
JfRhua Stadlan of the Hebrew
Teachers Association; Max Meisel
of the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion; Mrs. Sol Leslie, representing
the parents of Freedman's stu-
dents; and Miss Gerry Lou Rose,
a student representative.
Selections will be heard from
Cantor Maurice Mamches, Cantor
Berele Kelemer and Soprano
Faye Drazin. Anyuta Melicov will
be heard at the piano. Louis
Schwartzman, executive director
of the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion, will act as master of
ceremonies.
Founder and president of the
Hebrew Teachers Association.
Freedman is known for his lead-
ership in educational and cultural
organizations.
Louis Gadon is chairman of the
arrangements committee of the
Hebrew Teachers Association.
Tickets for the banquet may be
procured from any of the Hebrew
teachers or at the office of the
Bureau of Jewish Education 318
Congress Bldg.
Literary Musicale To
Honor Yiddish Author
Jews of Greater Miami will
honor the author and journalist,
I. Tolush, with a literary-musicale
Washington Ave.
Miami Beach.
Tolush, a Mi-
imian for many
/ears, is on the
xiitorial staff of
he Jewish
Morning Journal
and has had
published
numerous arti-
cles and sketches
depicting the life
and growth of
the local Jewish
Tolush community. H e
has written four
books in Yiddish, one of which
("he New Bethlehem") has been
translated into English.
A highlight of the affair will
be reviews of Tolush's works by
his professional colleagues, and
musical selections will be pre-
sented by Cantor J. Goldring,
Michael Gibson, B. Miser, R.
Borthman and A. Melicov.
Transfers To WFEC
Simon Seiden, whose Jewish
Forum Hour was formerly heard
weekly over station WWPB, is
now -"broadcasting five times j
weekly, Monday through Friday
from 10:15 to 10:30 a.m., over
station WFEC.
Officers of the newly formed Coral Gables Post of the Jewish
War Veterans who were recently installed include (1. to r.)
Manfred J. Berliner, quartermaster; Murray Solomon, adjutant;
A. Marvin Morris, commander; Harold Liebeskind. senior vice
commander; Manuel Lubel, judge advocate.
Hebrew Aradeiny To Hold Purim
Fete; Grundwergs To Present Scroll
More than 500 leaders of the
local Jewish community are ex-
pected to attend the annual Purim
celebration of the Hebrew Aca-
demy which will take place on
Sunday, March 12, at 8 p.m.
Highlight of the affair will be
the presentation of a scroll to the
Hebrew Academy by Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel M. Grundwerg, who
have been actively identified with
the academy since it was founded
three years ago.
The Purim celebration will in-
clude an original all-Hebrew play
"Gifts for Purim," especially pre-
pared for the occasion by Mr. and
Mrs. Joshua Stadlan, Miss Edna
Sachs, all members of the faculty.
Over 30 boys and girls of the
academy will participate in the
program.
According to Sol Sugarman.
guests will be surprised by the
facility with which the students
of the academy speak the Hebrew
language and the stage experi-
ence, both of which the academy
includes in its curriculum.
Board Meeting Slated
A board meeting of the Sister-
hood of Congregation Beth El is,
slated for Tuesday evening, March
7, at the Beth El Center, accord-
ing to Mrs. Jack Shapiro,
president.
Opera Guild of Miami Presents
Ad-Metropolitan Opera Cast
KURT BAUM
ROBERT WEEDE
Mary Henderson
Hugh Thompson
In "PAGLIACCI And
"SECRET OF SUZANNE"
MAR. 18, 20. 22
TICKETS Burdine's 3rd Floor, near
bridge. Ph. 9-1332; Cordelia's;
Hartley-* 1st Floor. In Coral
Gables; Amidon's, Rainbow Book
Shop. 88 Miracle Mile, Steadman
Music. 2339 Ponce de Leon Blvd.;
Miami Beach Fd'l Savings & Loan
Ass'n., M. Bch. Radio Co., or write
625 S.W. 29th Rd. Prices $2.46. $3.03.
$3.69, $4.31. $4.92. Tax Incl.
BELIEVE IT-IT'S TRUE
Purim Festival Slated
First annual Purim festival of
the Greater Miami Free Loan
Association is slated for Monday,
March 6, at 8:30 p.m. at the Miami
Jewish Community Center, ac-
cording to President Sam Roth-
stein. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Yomen
will entertain.
PTA To Meet Monday
"Sowing Time and Growing
Time" will be the theme of a
Beth David PTA meeting on Mon-
day, March 6, at 8 p.m. at the new
synagogue. One of the highlights
of the program will be a model
Seder presented by children of
the Sunday school.
With DIGNITY
and RESPECT
Miami Beach and Miami's
Finest Jewish
Funeral Home
Ambulance Service
aisfAMii
5-5X44
'Thtmetial CAapel jgso ALTON ROAD
IRVING BLASBERG MIAMI BEACH
.LEONARD A. LEVINE p^a, Sector
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FOR PUBLIC SERVICE -WAS NAWED OUT-
STANDING YOUNG MAN OF MIAMI IN I940
Make yours a Double-Duty Vote* FOR FLOX/04 -fORAMEKMSt
m GEORGE SMATHERS
Your U. S. Senator

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FRIDAY, MARCH a |
Mrs. Seiden Hostess |
At Brides' Luncheon -
Mrs. Albert Seiden. 4410 Nauti- i
lus Dr.. Miami Beach, was hostess .
at a brides' luncheon on Wednes-
day. February 22. in honor of
Mrs -Henry Bronner. the former
Louise Weiss of Shreveport, La..
and Miss Bettv Jane Levy ,i
Lotlt'sville, Kv. bride-Meet ol
Robert Bronm
The group assembled in the
patio of the Seiden h .me for
luncheon. The bufl t tab]
o ited with white gladioli and i
white tapers I n ned with white
satin bows.
Guests al the lunch
Mesdames Louis Capland Sam
Coolik, Clan F I- D.
-nan. I. Kyers,
n, M A I li v '.- I
Richti r, Jeroirn Rosi nthal, M.
Morris. Roy Shechter, Seymour
. Marvin Bron-
Norman Brown, Gi
., ed, Irvinj Leea and Hi rrj
Silvert, Toi nto, >uis
tman, Alvm Richter, M irtimer
:. j. Nashvilli Tenn C
enfield. 1. M, Garfield and
ick Thiel. Philadelphia, R
Bronner, Morris Burk, Colman
Zwitman, Irving Greenfield, Al
Postal. Howard Kane. Jack Hoff-
-,;m and tin Misses Joy Morris,
Charlotte Wilkes and Shirley
Greenfield.
Sylvia A. Zagoria
Sylvia A. Zagoria
Betrothal Revealed
The betrothal of Miss Sylvia
A. Zagoria to Irwin L. Samet. son
of Mi. and Mis. William C. Samet
of Brooklyn. N. Y.. has been
announced by her parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Zagoria of this
city.
The bride-elect attended the
University of Miami and grad-
uated from the Laboratory
Institute of Merchandising. New
York City.
Mr. Samet attended Brooklyn
College and is now a student at
the University of Miami, where
he is a member of Phi Epsilon
Pi fraternity.
No date has been set for the
wedding.
Dr. Berlhold C. Friedl. pro-
fessor of language and language
methodology at the University of
Miami, is delivering a series o'.
lectures on "The Teaching of
Hebrew" at the Kneseth Israel
Congregation on Tuesday eve-
nings. The series is sponsored by
the Hebrew Teachers Association
3Bd the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion of Greater Miami as in-
training service for all instructors
in Hebrew.
AJC Chapter To, Meet
The Greater Miami Chapter of
the American Jewish Congress
will hold its first general mem-
bership meeting of rf#n and
women on Tuesday evening.
March 7, at the teach Y audi-
torium. The group Recently v ited
to become a men's jind women's
organization, and this meeting
will vote on proposed by-laws t..
; the constitution, which was
adopted at the previous meeting.
Iladnssah Units
To Hold llruneh
The annuc. Hadassah Youth
AUyah Chai Brunch will be he d
at Copa City, Miami Beach, on
Monday. Ma?ch 11k at 11:30 am
With the Miami Beach Hannah
Senesch and Henrietta Szold
...UP. participating. Presidents
" the groups are Mrs. Alexander
Mrs M
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Mi Donal io 1 >ughl with the
B rn in San,
p ,i the n "i
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sit: and studied
Harvard Law
: aii corps
I:. IH IT VI D
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oi Haganah's I
aptured and interned for
three months in th prison camps
i Cy| u Smuggled out o(
Cvprus by Haganah, he trained
night as a demolltionist with
thi Palmach, the shock troops ol
;; t nah. Fluent in Yiddish and:
Hebrew, he Is now undergoing
medical treatment for his injuries
while completing his law studies, i
Also on the program will be j
Mrs. Albert Gitlow. former na- i
tional Hadassah JNF chairman,]
and a member of the national
board. Mrs. Murray Grossman,
first president of the newly-
formed Florida State Region of
Hadassah will bring greetings and
Mrs. Samuel Bitter will offer the
opening prayer,
"Land Of Their Own." one of
the first technicolor movies to be
produced in Israel, will be shown.
The film depicts the Youth Aliyah
movement.
Mrs. Samuel Lipton and Mrs.
Leonard Bass are chairmen of the
affair. Reservations may be made
by calling Mrs. Joseph Lipton,
f Mrs. Samuel Lipton. Mrs. Leonard
Barr, or the president of any of
the groups participating. Table
decorations will be under the
supervision of Mrs. Jack Udell.
Beth I:i Indies
Plan IiiimIu'oii
The Beth El Sisterhood has
scheduled a luncheon for Wednes-
day. March 8. at 1 p.m. in the
Dora August Memorial Hall.
; Bridge, canasta and mah jong
I will be played during the after-
noon.
Mrs. Jack Shapiro, president,
has appointed Mrs. Eugene
Schwartz chairman of the affair.
Her aides are the Mesdames Max
1 Rappaport. Albert Zisman. Wil-
I Liam Eisenbach. Samuel Klein and
1 Shapiro.
Formulating plans for the Youth Aliyah luncheon to be M
at Copa City on Monday. March 13, are (sitting, 1. to r.| I.
Leonard Barr, chairman: Mrs. Alexander Kogan. president oil
Miami Beach Group of Hadassah; (standing, 1. to r.) Mrs. San
Lipton, co-chairman: Mrs. Joseph Lipton, reservations.
Bernard Wolfson To
Become Bar Mitzvah
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wolfson,
2264 S.W. 16th Terr., announce
the Bar Mitzvah of their son,
Bernard, to be held on Saturday,
March 4. at 9 a.m. at the Miami
Hebrew School and Congregation.
The Bar Mitzvah, who is a
student at Shenandoah Junior
High School, will address the
congregation and Rabbi Simon
April will respond.
The Wolfsons will be hosts at a
kiddush following the ceremony.
Relatives and friends are invited
to attend.
Educators To Speak
Miss Malvina Weiss, principal
of South Beach Elementary
School, and Dr. H. Franklin Wil-
liams, vice president of the
University of Miami, will speak
on "Education for Democracy" on
Saturday. March 4, at 3:30 p.m.
On Tuesday evening Charles H.
Lee will continue his series of
lectures on "The Heavens and the
Earth."
Sholein Lodge T4
Honor Pr Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith. i
honor all past presidents
group as well as past pr
of lodges from different ,
the country at its regular i
on March 14, it has b
nounced by president,
Kronenfeld.
In order to include all'
presidents, program ch
Herbert Blume. has issued ij
quest for all Sholem
members who have been
dents of other B'nai B'rith I
to report this information to!
B'rith offices, 330 SeyboldT
82-5685.
"Past Presidents Night" |
annual event. Awards fori
achievement are made anJ|
of-town B'nai B'rith
! introduced to the Sholem |
membership.
The March meeting will
feature the formal electiaj
officers for 1950.
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rsonally Speaking .
Dr and Mrs. Sam Leb and their son, Stephen, are in Miami
ch visiting their parenta, Mr. and Mrs. I. Leb, and Mrs.
Rediker. They will spend a few days in Havana, Cuba,
bitinq Mrs. Leb's father. During their stay here, they are with
Leb's parents at 1024 Pennsylvania Ave. Dr. Leb graduated
lm St. Louis University Medical School last June and is now
Tiring at the St. Mary's Group of Hospitals in St. Louis.
^ ^P
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shapiro, 853 S.W. 11th St., are
Shapiro's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lew
er oi Brooklyn, N. Y. The visitors will be here for several
* *
Pfc. Norman Glazier of the U. S. Air Force is visiting his
ents Mr. and Mrs. J. Glazier of West Palm Beach.
* -*
Spending several weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Max Hoffman
18 21st St., Miami Beach, are Mrs. Hoffman's brother-in-law
sister, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Goldstein of Flushing, Long Island.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Budner announce the arrival of a
ighter, Sandra Mae, on February 17 at Doctors Hospital,
al Gables.
* *
Miss Ethel Mandel, president of the Women's B'nai B'rith
ncil of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, is visiting Miami Beach for a
vacation. During her stay here she will confer with Mrs.
y Kaufman, president of the B'nai B'rith Women's Council
, and Charles R. Jacobson, executive director of the Greater
Umi Men's B'nai B'rith Council.
* *
Alfred Gottesman, well-known industrialist who makes his
e at the Delmonico Hotel, left this week for Hollywood,
, where he will supervise the casting of the film, "Proud
," the story of the development of the Grand Canyon. The
and screen script were written by his son, Joe Gottesman.
e of the film's scenes will be shot with a helicopter. Among
other ventures, Alfred Gottesman also heads the company,
nandoah Films.
* *
Mi and Mrs. Sidney Aronovitz, 2701 S.W. 4th Ave., an-
ce the birth of a son, Tod Nathan, on Sunday, February 26,
ount Sinai Hospital. The mother is the former Eleanor
an, daughter of the Sam Richmans of Manninq, S. C.
lal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Aronovitz of
West.
)unt Sinai Hospital Auxiliary Issues
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in the social service de-
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irmerly limited only to women
special training in social
lice work, the social service
rtment will now aecept all
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such as the mental preparation
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ures. A special course by the
hospital anesthetist is being given
to the social service volunteers.
Women interested in this type of
work are requested to call Mrs.
Harold B. Spaet, social service
chairman, for details.
The Wheel and Tray service
supplements the nurses aides and
hospital aides corps and is headed
by Mrs. Aaron Reder. Volunteers
in this department assist at meal-
times with feeding patients and
with getting trays to the rooms,
and in the afternoons with trans-
porting wheel-chair patients out-
doors and to special hospital
departments. Their tour-of-duty
is shorter and more flexible than
that of the other aides and re-
quires less formal training.
Women interested in helping
regularly with this work are
asked to call Mrs. Reder or Mrs.
Joseph Lipton, co-chairman.
Handmade gifts for the hospital
gift shop are being produced by
four different small sewing
circles under the direction of Mrs.
William Lehman. With Mrs.
Robert Lewin, co-chairman, she
supervises the activities of groups
headed by Mrs. Stanley Davis,
Mrs. Albert Seiden, Mrs Camillc
Baum, Mrs. John Owen and Mrs.
Mark Lansburgh. Newly named
co-chairman of the gift shop is
Mrs. Henry E. Wolff, who is serv-
ing with Mrs. Herman Boughton
Publication of a regular Wom-
en's Auxiliary bulletin four times
a year has been authorized by
the executive board. Members
with journalistic or advertising
experience who would like to help
in this work are asked to call
Mrs. Maurice Serotta, publicity
chairman.
The Brooklyn Woman's Hospital held its annual fund-raising luncheon last week at the Delano
Hotel, scene of last year's event. Officials of this group who assisted in activities are (1. to r.) Mrs.
Rose Frisch, Mrs. Sarah Holland. Mrs. Abe Maucher. Mrs. Bess Nelson, Mrs. Gella Goldman. Mrs.
Moses Ginsberg and Mrs. Rhoda M. Levine.
Neumann To Be Guest
At Zionist Luncheon
The founder of the Keren
Hayesod (Palestine Foundation
Fund), Dr. Emanuel Neumann,
will be the guest of honor at the
Zionist Luncheon Club of the
Miami Beach Zionist District,
Wednesday, March 8, at 12:15 at
Mendelsohn's Lincoln Manor, 2
Lincoln Road, Harold Shapiro,
chairman, announced.
Principal speaker will be I. R.
Goodman, liaison agent for the
American Zionist Council and the
American Christian Palestine
Committee of the Southeastern
states, who will talk on "Arming
Arabs to. Attack Israel."
Toastmaster will be local at-
torney, Harold Shapiro. Zionist
news will be reported by Murray
Goodman. Serving on the com-
mittee of hosts will be Daniel M.
Broad, Paul Eisman and J.
Goldstein.
Mrs. Danziger To Fete
Beach Auxiliary Board
Mrs. Harry Danziger will be
hostess to the board of directors
of the Miami Beach Women's
Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for
the Aged at a dessert luncheon
preceding the board meeting or.
Tuesday, March 7, at 12 noon at
Douglas Gardens, N.E. 52nd St
and 2nd Ave. Mrs. Sol Silverman
chairman of the board, will
preside.
Brown Unveiling
A monument to the memory of
the late Lewis Brown, formerly
Of 1680 S.W. 8th St., will be un-
veiled Sunday afternoon at 3 p.m.
at Mt. Nebo Cemetery. Rabbi Max
Shapiro, of Congregation Beth
David, will officiate, assisted by
Cantor Maurice Mamches. Ar-
rangements are in charge of
Palmer's Miami Monument Co.
Mr. Brown was a resident of
Miami for many years and was
past president of Congregation
Beth David. He was also a mem-
ber of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith
and of the James Connell Lodge
of the Masonic Order, in addition
to many local charitable and
philanthropic organizations.
Moss Unveiling
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the late Edward
A. Moss will take place Sunday
at two o'clock at Mt. Nebo Ceme-
tery. Mr. Moss was survived by
his wife and children. Friends
and relatives are asked to attend
the ceremony Arrangements are
in charge of Thurmond Monument
Company.
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tables Center
To Present Show
First annual variety show and
dance of the Coral Gables Jewish
Center is scheduled for Sunday,
March 5, at 8 p.m.
The show, under the chairman-
ship of Mel Haber and Mrs.
Morris Horwitz, will feature a
comic opera coached by Cantor
Joseph Malek. a style show with
fashions from 1900 to the present
date and a mock wedding party.
Guest stars will include Michael
Rosenberg from the Plaza Thea-
tre, a magician and a dance team.
Music will be furnished by Eddie
Harmon and his Syncopating
Sevens.
Tickets are available through
Sam Elinoff or at the center.
Academy Pupils To
Entertain Cardiac
Home Patients
Pupils of the Hebrew Academy
will present a program at the
National Children's Cardiac Home
on Sunday, March 5. at 2:30 p.m.
The !'i gram will consist of a
Purim fantasy and allegory in
drama and music especially pre-
pared for the occasion by the
faculty oi tne academy, under
the direction of the drama and
music departments of the school.
As a special tribute to the chil-
dren of the home, trees have been
planted in Israel in their honor
by the pupils of the academy and
individual certificates will be
presented at the affair Sunday
afternoon.
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Obituaries
ISIDOR GREEN
(5, of 5 JeTferson Ave., I
away on MoncLu- Coming here rrom
\. -v Fork tgb\
engaged in the business.
Surviving are his wife Rebeei
two daughter*. Mrs Paul Sp,
Mrs. Bertha Alfm.-. Services wen
,,i l p.m. Tuesday at Riverside
Memorial Cfeapel, Miami Beach, with
Interment In Ml. Sinai.
GUSTAV W ROSENBERG
64. of H80 I.a Qorce Drive, Pss*a
away on Sunday. Service were held
Wednesday In Riverside Memorial
Chapel. Mr. Rosenberg came from
Boston seven years ago and was a
button manufacturer. Surviving; are
his wife, Elizabeth and a brother
Kmanuel..
Barg Unveiling
The unveiling or a monument
dedicated to the memory of the
late Ethel Barg will take place
Sunday at Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
Survivors include a brother. Gus
Barg, Miami; a sister Mrs. Ger-
trude Reimer, of Miami Beach;
also brothers Ralph and Morris,
of Philadelphia, and sisters Mrs.
Freda Barg, Philadelphia, and
Mrs. Lila Katz of Ardmore. Pa.
Arrangements are in charge of
Thurmond Monument Company.
Friends and relatives are asked
to attend.
LEST
MRS. AVANKA MALIS
76, Of 1013 Lenox Ave.. paused away
Sunday. She came to Miami nine years
ago. Beach Memorial Chapel sent the
remains to Philadelphia for Interment,
ALBERT SKLAROFF
63. of 6"61 Collins Ave passed
away Saturday. He had been a wlntel
vlstor fr twenty years. The remains
were sent to Philadelphia by the Beach
Mi mortal Chapel. He is survived by
his wife Fniini'
JACOB M. KADEN
12, of 3T44 s.W. :11th Road passed
away suddenly on Saturday. Mr.
Kaden earn,- here nine yirs ago from
Chicago where he operated a depart-
me nt store. He Is survived by his
wife, Mae Florence Kaden, and chll-
d Howard and Lester of Chicago,
and Mrs Russel Bean, of New O mer-
town Ohio: also a sister Mr< Am I
! of Chli ago. The emaina were
. Chicago Bjr the Gordon Funeral
Home.
MRS. YETTA KANDEL
72, of T.r: 8.W. th St.. passed
aw i.v S follow ing n brief Ill-
Lent here for
g i W I Ingl.....
i, c He hei husband Ken-
Mis. Jull : 1 I
.....
R an "!fi' er
.......Uu.....n\. a member
ui Hadassnh B iial D'tith Au:
hai r m< mb" r of I i lev, h
the rviees
-a,. e held HI I I* >l Puni il Home
with Rabbi Mas HI atlng.
Interment took place ,ln Woodlawn
Park
Pepper Will Give
Keynote Address
Senator Claude Pepper's official
declaration that he hopes to make
it 20 straight years in the U. S.
Senate will be made this Thurs-
day, March 2. at 8 p.m. in Bay-
front Park auditorium.
Sen. Pepper will make his
keynote speech, to be broadcast
throughout Florida, at 8:30 p.m.
It will be heard locally on
WQAM. WIOD and WMIE.
Stuart Patton. compaign chair-
man, pointed out that "this speech
will mark the first time in many
years that a major candidate for
U. S. Senatoi has chosen Dado
County for his statewide keynote
broadcast."
"In this campaign." Pepper de-
clared, "I will take the basic
directly to the people them-
selves."
Red Cross Goal
Set At $271,084
A quota of $271,084 has been
set by the Dade County Chapter
of the American Red Cross to
meet community needs during the
coming year, B. Hirman Blakey,
chairman of the 1950 Red Cross
fund campaign, announced this
week. The campaign got under-
way on Wednesday with a kick-
off meeting at municipal audi-
torium and will continue during
the month of March.
Blakey said that maintaining
high quality service in the com-
munity by the Red Cross is de-
pendent upon full public support
in meeting the quota, which is
based on muiuiuuii needs of Red
Cross services. Basic services ex-
pected to require major expendi-
tures for next year are disaster
relief, services to members of the
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ALBERT LOEFFLER
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Charlotte, The remains were senl to
Detroit by the each Memorial Chapel.
MRS. SEMO SHIFF
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away Sunday, a resident here for 20
years Mis. shlff was formerly <>f
New Haven. She is survived by her
dauahters, Mrs. Charles Rosem-Mit'ii.
Miami Heath, and Mrs. Dorothy
FlelHchner, of Hrisi.il. also two sums.
Harrv. of New Haven and Jos, of
Bridgeport; and a sister Mrs. Minna
levins. Miami. Services were held in
the liordon Funeral Home with Inter-
ment in Woodlawn Park. Rabbi Irving
I^ehrman officiated.
Auxiliary To Hold Fete
The Ladies Auxiliary of Kneseth
Israel congregation will hold a
Purim Festival Sunday, March 5,
at 8 p.m. in the synagogue, an-
nounced auxiliary president, Mrs.
Esther Eisenstein. Rabbi Isaac H.
Ever will act as toastmaster. A
program of liturgical music and
Jewish humor will be presented.
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[y MARCH 3, 1950
+Jewish n*rMar,
\er Schools
(old Festival
fciami Beach Jewish Center
I and Sunday Schools will
Jpurim festival on Sunday,
K beginning at 10 a.m. m
Vr patio, according to I. R.
En and David R. Isen,
Chairmen.
If Irving Lehrman will
leetings and the religious
Ihoir under the direction
Vomen, center musical di-
will present Purim songs.
[enter dramatic club will
a Purim play entitled
_r Explains." Participants
Margie Friedland, Sandra
arriet Levy. Donald Vin-
told Isen, Peter Hornick,
Schwartz, Robert Kahn.
Bauer, Jason Lesser, Mel-
(ilfe, Alan Wolfe, Alan
Morris Bailey, Ruth
Ha Paul Weiss, Herbert
Barbara Turoff, Frank
|ita Klonsky, Robert Stai-
uart Rubin, Henry Leon,
on and Robert Burg.
ktume contest will be
[and winners will receive
Vmazing Maurice," magi-
Ill entertain.
IVeiss, president of the
1 council of the religious
(will act as master of
lies.
i will be served under the
and supervision of the
Parent-Teacher Associa-
Harry Greer and Mrs.
Wolfe are in charge.
with the lunch will
ifesdames Paul Warren,
Robinson. Murray Blane,
|Mechlowilz, Louis Roloff,
ehrman. Irving Cypen,
Sugarman. Leo Brandeis,
Brick, lly Sweet, Ruth
|ld. Gertrude Siegel, Lee
Manny Jacobson, Ray
Joseph Zemel, Allan
fcnd William Waller.
Eber, Youngest
IP A In Florida,
Opens Office Here
PAGE FIFTEEN
Ijrot. honorary life presi-
L current treasurer of
Israel Congregation.
a new Scroll to the
fe Sunday afternoon. A
escori-d the Scroll
jot's residence at 1510
ania Ave., Miami Beach.
Tiagogue. Cantors Leibele
and Mordtcai Hauer
[M in the program and
KC H. Ever officiated.
Georgia Legislator Credits JWV With
Spearheading Drive To Unmask Klan
The Jewish War Veterans were credited with a leading role
rL?ygP about the adoption of anti-Klan ordinances in
DHL 1 7e?rai? ccmmunilies and a drive for a state unmasking
Z oidshet 7 nIy VteS ,0 Strlp ,he KlQn f US hds
Victor I. Eber, a member of
Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, re-
cently won the honor of being the
youngest certified public account-
ant in the state of Florida.
Eber, 25 years of age, has
announced the opening of offices
at 1801 Congress Building, fol-
lowing his recent association with
the firm of Weber, Thompson
and Lefcourt.
The young man received his
degree of bachelor of business
administration from the Uni-
versity of Miami after 39 months
with the Army Air Forces. Prior
to his enlistment he had attended
the College of City of New York.
Eber is a charter member of
the Miami Unit of the American
Veterans Committee and has been
active as an adviser with the
Miami Beach Y sports program
for youth.
Ian Peerce To
Sin;; Sunday
The Sisterhood of the Miami
Jewish Community Center will
present Jan Peerce, one of the
foremost exponents of Italian
technique now in American opera,
on Sunday, March 5, at 8:15 p.m.
at the center.
Peerce, whom Arturo Toscanini
has termed his "favorite tenor,"
has \ieen with the Metropolitan
Opera Company since 1941. Fol-
lowing his debut at the Met, he
was hailed as the first all-Amer-
ican contribution to the great
tradition of operatic voices.
Since his Metropolitan bow,
Peerce has risen in fame and is
now not only one of America's
favorite concert tenors but one
of its busiest.
John W. Greer of Lakeland,
Lra., Lamer Country representa-
le m the Geor8ia legislature,
wno has been spearheading the
campaign to bring the Klan out
into the open, attributed to Paul
Ginsberg of Atlanta, JWV's na-
tional judge advocate, develop-
ment of the plan which has
resulted in the passage of un-
masking ordinances by nineteen
Georgia cities and towns.
In a letter to the commander
of JWV's Atlanta Post No. 112,
Representative Greer asserted:
"The Jewish War Veterans was
the only Jewish organization that
gave me any help in this fight
against the Klan."
He added that he had "pledged
to Paul Ginsberg" that he would
introduce an unmasking bill "in
every session of the legislature
until it is passed, and this promise
I will keep."
Representative Greer related in
his letter that after "a number
of legislators walked out of the
House because they were afraid
to vote for fear of repercussions
in their local communities," he
conferred with Ginsberg and de-
cided on a grass roots campaign
to bring tfce unmasking issue be-
fore civic and church groups and
clubs in local communities to
"give the legislators an indication
of how strongly the people back
home felt about this bill and how
much they were opposed to the
idealogies of the Ku Klux Klan."
At GinsDerg's suggestion, Re-,
prentative Greer opened his drive
by addressing the Junior Cham-
ber of Commerce of Atlanta. The
Chamber reacted to this talk by
adopting a resolution urging the
Atlanta City Council to enact an
anti-mask ordinance. When the
city council passed an unmasking
law, Representative Greer ad-
dressed a letter to every mayor
in the state of Georgia urging
similar action. At Ginsberg's
initiative, some thirty speaking
engagements were made for
Representative Greer, who carried
To Hold Purim Party
Pioneer Women, Club No. Two
of Miami Beach, will celebrate
Purim with a party and play on
Monday, March 6, at 8 p.m. at
Kneseth Israel, according to Mrs.
Abe Shedroff, president.
the unmasking issue directly to
the peoDle of the state. Nineteen
cities took action on the basis ol
Greer's appeal.
Center Adds Course
An arts and crafts class for
children from eight to 11 to be
held on Monday afternoons at
3:30 at the Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center will begin March 6.
The course will include copper-
work, glass painting, needlework
and some woodwork. Instructor
will be Eugene Yuhish, a member
of the center staff at winter camp,
where he taught puppetry.
THE UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI PRESENTS
MARKOV A and DOLIN
GREAT GEMS from the BALLET and DANCE
WED. THURS MARCH 8th 9th, 8:30 P.M.
In 2 Different Programs
MUNICIPAL AUD.. BAYFRONT PARK, 320 N.E. 5th ST.
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Ticket Off., 340 S.E. 1st St., Tel 3-2317; Amidon's, 220 Alhambra Circle,
Coral (iables; Miami Beach Radio Co.. 1219 Lincoln Hoad.
COMPLETE SERVICE FQR YOUR PONTIAC
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NOW IN OUR NEW HOME
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PHONE 9-4576
[GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH
HuS Comnnitr-Wid Ka*hrolh AMoeUlion. Parlici-
I thj, "7,.0f G*t Miiuni Jewish Federation, in-
L^Pubhc that:
KdiW U without the sign of the GMVH .1 1D J
Cckpnc are.Lnot supervised and endorsed by the Vaad;
fcnot, h0Ut the rin of the GMVH n"TDJ
ftek aToVlsed and endorsed by the Vaad;
[Kosher Restaurants may buy kosher meal
iVwr!?,ts...such as "Traditional Sidorim Conducted" do
Kniy. ^ lhe Place ^ kosher;
ten tho he GMVH ring H 1D 3 are endorsed only
pen; are freshly killed and not when they are
sultan *n.Yu PRDUCTS FOR PASSOVER unless you
onp u!k entlc- orthodox Rabbi as to the veracity of
l>er infl10 enQorses the product.
E. wmat.,on *><>* Kashruth call our Director, Rabbi
rY Bmirm*& 818 Michigan Avenue. Telephone 5-3595.
BEAR v*' ?5* H. SOOTIN. Sec
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may buy kosher meats and yet not
Mrs. Karger Interviewed
In Behalf Of Appeal
Mrs. Emanuel Karger, South-
eastern regional director of Miz-
rachi Women's Organization of
America, was heard in a radio
interview by Norman R. Lyons,
Miami attorney, on the Jewish
Hour over station WTTT on Sun-
day, in behalf of the United
Jewish Appeal.
MRS. ROSE LIPSITZ
66, of K24 S.W. 14IH aw., passed
away Saturday at her home. She la
survived by her son Milton, a sister,
Mrs. Wolf Wilensky and a brother,
Joe Itauzin, all of Miami. A native of
Savannah, Mrs. Llpsltz had been a
resident of Miami for many years.
Th.- Miami Riverside Funeral Home
Bent the remains to Savannah for
mi vices and Interment.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY QIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
.GOLDEN ARROW MOTEL at 13600
I Collins Avenue Dade County, Florida.
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
HAROLD S. CANTOR
EI,RY STONE ,
Attorney for Harold S. Cantor"
3/3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
TO WHOM IT MAV CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, pursuant to the ''Ficti-
tious Name Statute," House Bill No.
,1175, Chapter No. 20933, Laws of
Florida, 1941, will register with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court, In and
for Uade County. Florida, upon re-
ceipt of proof of the publication of
this notice, the fictitious name, to-
wlt: ALLAN HARDWARE STORE
under which I am engaged in business.
I expect to engage in business at
number 6330 N. W. 7th Avenue, in the
City of Miami, Florida.
That the party Interested in said
business enterprise, Is as follows:
LILLIAN ROSEN HA I'M
ARONOVIT'/. .<- ARONoVITZ. Attys.
Seybold Building
3/3-10-17-24
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCriT COURT ill' THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN A NO FOB DADH
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
130739.
tNOEBURQ FIEDLER. Plaintiff, vs.
WILLIAM MAX FIEDLER, De-
fendant.
To: WILLIAM MAX FIEDLER
c/o Alfred University .
Alfred. New York
TOO ARE REQUIRED to serve a
copy of your answer to the bill of
complaint for dlvorei..... the plaintiff's
attorney and file the original In the
office of the Circuit Court Clerk on
or before April 3, 1950; otherwise the
allegations of said Bill will be taken
as confessed by you.
Dated this 1st day of March, 1950.
E. II. LEATHER.MAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIOE,
Deputy Clerk.
MARX II. FA HER
Attorney for Plaintiff
412 Congress Building
Miami. Florida
3/3-10-17-24
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
130513.
FRED C. ZINGLINE, Plaintiff, vs.
FRANCES J. ZING LINE. Defend-
ant.
TO: FRANCES J. ZINGLINE,
513 HARMON STREET.
' CORl'US CHRISTI. TEXAS
YOU ARE REQUIRED to serve a
copy of your answer to the Bill of
Complaint on the plaintiff's attorney,
and file the original answer In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 31 day of
March, I960, in the above entitled
cause for divorce, otherwise a Decneo.
Fro Confesso will be entered against
you.
DATED this 1 day of March, 19S0.
E. B. I.EATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Coust Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE.
Deputy Clerk.
EMANUEL LEVINSON,
Attorney for I'laintlff,
.6117 Hiscayne Building, I'l^
Miami 32. Florida.
3/3-10-17-24
si'
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 130740.
JOHN TABACCO, Plaintiff, vs. MARY
TABACCO, Defendant.
TO: MARY TABACCO
240 Angelo Street
Rochester. New York
You are required to serve a copy of
your answer to the BUI of Complaint
for Divorce on the plaintiffs attorney
and to file the original answer in ttie
office of the Clerk of the circuit
Court on or before the 3rd day of
April, A.D. 1J60; otherwise, the Bill
of Complaint for Divorce heretofore
Wed herein will be taken as confessed
by you.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this the
1st day of March, 1950
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Cleric.
Name and address of
Plaintiffs Solicitor:
NORMAN R. LYONS
914 Olympia Building
Miami Florida
3/3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Victory Cleaners at I486 S.W. 6th
Street, Miami, Fla., Intends to register
aid name with.the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
ROSE HREESKIN
Sole Owner
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MARCH 3, 1950
+Jewi$ti Fkrkiian
between You and Me"
By BORIS SMOLAR
[(Copyright, 1948, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
t^ny.MORTALIZED:
|N'obel Prize in literature
It been awarded for some
TLause no book has been
Fdurine the last years
ling for s,,t'h an award
i book made its appearance
, United States this week
lefer to John Hersey's "The
[which I consider one of
U outstanding books not
it American literature, but
t]d literature ... It is a
L giant that can be com-
f0nlv with such colossal
as' Tolstoy's "War and
' The authorwho won
llitzer Prize for his "A Bell
Wano" and was acclaimed
btionally for his "Hiroshi-
Cisited Warsaw shortly
ihe end of the war ... He
ibviouslv impressed with
Ens of trie uhettos and with
lies of heroism displayed
fby the small number of
Lho had evaded deportation
[chamber and lived to fight
fcrmanv Armj Although
pew, he felt the epic story
i ghetto with deep emotion
And he brings it out in a
t-hich makes the volume a
|y masterpiece of our gen-
"i. There is great under-
r\l< :n the book for all that
fcktn place in the ghetto,
jlhe fii-' days of its erection
i N. zis to the very last day
ilcali-Miami
ings I nil To
in.Mir llanee
leah-Mianii Springs Jewish
tunity Center will sponsor a
pniversary dance on Satur-
|March 11. at the Miami
gs Country Club.
ertainment, contests and
are p!..nned with dancing
|9 p.m. Music will be pro-
by Eddie Green and his
ktra.
By Gordon, chairman of the
will also act as master of
ponies. Gilbert Levy, co-
man, and Mr. and Mrs. G.
nson are in charge of en-
|nment Tickets may be ob-
at the door or by calling
|Strunin, 88-4873.
proceeds of this affair will
the group's building fund.
\d Lecture Series Is
iched at Beth Sholom
third and final series of
?es in Temple Beth Sholom's
tshop i Jewish Living, be-
Tednesday, according to an
Imcemenl by Mrs.* Hyman
irman of the tem-
| adult education committee.
I' lures in this series are
Four Greal Jewish Classics "
Joint; the Bible, the Talmud.
IShulcl Aruch and the
erB'iok R.,bbi Leon Kronish.
pal leader of Temple Beth
prn. and Rabbi Murray
Per of Beth El Congregation
mi, will deliver the series.
Ires will be given on March
|2 and 29.
regular adult Hebrew
swhuh have been held each
m'"" i ..rung at the temple
continue throughout the
Fj'l March at 7:45 p.m.
of the destruction of the walled
community And, what will
impress Jewish readers mostly,
there is deep insight into the psy-
chology of the various Jewish
types around whom the author
his story Non-Jewish readers
will be impressed no less with
the book since the author
actually visualizes the ghetto
through the eyes of a non-
Jew although he tries, for the
sake of authenticity, to present
the developments in the ghetto
on the basis for a fictional diary
written by a Jewish archivist liv-
ing in the ghetto Actually,
the book is history, with all the
facts apparently well verified,
written in the best tradition of
classic fiction ... It would be
I impossible to properly analyze
the high literary quality of the
I book in the short space available
here There will be much
written about this book for many
years to come, just as there was
much written about many other
books which made literary his-
tory ... All that I can say here
is that Mr. Hersey has single-
handedly erected the most im-
pressive monument tc the fallen
Jews of the Warsaw ghetto
through his brilliant presentation
of their fight and the events that
preceded their armed resistance
to the Nazis The world
will now, for the first time, get
! a vivid picture of the tragedy
of the extinction of Polish Jewry
a picture that will never be
forgotten by anyone who reads
Mr. Hersey's novel And the
! Germans, too, should be made to
see it through a German-language
translation
PAGE SEVENTEEN
B'nai B'rith Lodges
Plan Members Drive
A spring membership drive is
planned by the Greater Miami
B'nai B'rith Council, it has been
announced by George J. Talianoff,
South Florida membership chair-
man.
Six B'nai B'rith Lodges in
Greater Miami, as well as Holly-
wood, Ft. Lauderdale and West
Palm Beach will participate in
the concentrated effort to enroll
members.
President of the B'nai B'rith
Council, George Bertman. has an-
nounced that a bronze plaque will
| be awarded to the lodge showing
, the greatest proportionate gain in
! membership. The District Grand
Lodge will award gold menorah
i pencils to workers enrolling five
members or more, and marcasite
studded menorah lapel buttons
will be awarded to workers sign-
ing up ten men or more.
Awards will be made at a
special membership rally sched-
uled for the first week in May
following the state convention.
Membership chairmen named
recently to continue the drive
are: Sholem Lodge, David Lemel-
man; Miami Beach Lodge, Irving
Schatzman; Coral Gables Lodge,
Leonard Spiegel; North Shore
Lodge, David Fenton; Tropical
Lodge, Alvin Budner; Isaac Levin
Lodge, Albert Beer: and FDR
Chapter, Walter Traurig.
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Events Will Mark tautali Women t
Music Month Here ,!& evin
Two important musical events lsaiafi^i\wll hnld a membe.s.
will mark the community cele- ;_,. ..__i .. ir,.u a
bration of Jewish Music Month.' meetin* on Monday. March 6
An intPr-ritv .Wih mnoir 1:30 P-"- at the home I -1
Temple
at
An inter-city Jewish music 1:JU P"m- ; nom.e "
festival will be held at the Miami j Ann Bernstein, 160o Biarritz Dr..
Beach Jewish Community Center Miami Beach, according to an
on Saturday, March 18. at 8:15 announcement by Mrs. Clara Mae
p.m. featuring a large array of Van Ness, president.
local and national talent. Guest speaker will he Dr. Lc<>
M. Levin of Miami Beach, who
Artists to appear to date, with
more coming, include Pierre
Mande. concert violinist: Marcel
Chiland. nationally known vocal-
ist; Dr. Paul Beck, musical di-
will speak on "The Old and the
New Medicine."
rector of Temple Isaiah: Florence1 n.^. .,..!. T"
Kutzen. concert pianist; Joseph *lll
Schreibman. Margaret Chasan. llik|| I'liriiti Vi>
V_... *..U,..b.*. ..&h4.n^.v, Wl.UOt.,1.
Anyuta Melicov. The festival will
also present Cantors Maurice
The annual
Purim fi
M nches and Louis Feder. the Presented by t en of the
: the Miami Beach ?eth >cb ReJ- Sc,ho] w,1>
Jewish Community Center, the be ht:ld Saturday March 4. at ,
r of the Beth David Congre- p ; ln the scho1 auditorium.
eation and the .TewUh Folk The Program will inch
gation and
Chorus.
the Jewish "folk!_ .Program will include
I Purim debate, songs and recita-
, ,, I tions in both Hebrew and English
Admission o :he Jewish Music and a Purim masquerade C0Ifte5t.
Irli 1 ,1 b% flet- ?Pn A motion picture will be sh
r,,?n si -f r JeWiSh MUuu and festival refreshments served.
^^ol^L fV ,IK,aml W,,h Participants in the program will
arrangements under the supervi- be Ha Gulki Sj(dne% Jfl fa_
' nnn^nMn' !!'^eCt: son- Michael Halpern, Fred.
and conipo^e: ,..._:,- Chasen Bernard. Buddy Bernard. Carole
music instructor, and Louis Samee. Bettv Paris. Pearl Pearl-
ector soni Pineena PearIson and Linda
Cochrane Is Candidate
For School Director
Clarence H. Cochrane. a life-
long Republican, has filed as a
candidate lor school director in
district one.
Cochrane was born in Indiana
and attended the schools of
ence County. He is a railroad
man and has been employed by
the Baltimore and Ohio and New
\ ; Central for nearly 30 years.
Hi s a member of the Brother-
j hood of Railroad Trainmen and
i ) |er of Railroad Conductors.
Clara Hirsh Landau
Chapter Will Meet
Clara Hirsh Landau Chapter,
B'rith Young Women, will
Monday, March 6. at 8:30
p.m. in the home of Bobby De-
923 16th St. Miami Beach.!
A program will be presented by j
WINX Chapter, B'nai B'rith Girls. j
Phylis Cork is in charge.
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new Israeii compositions and first
performances in Miami of recent
Jewish music.
The second event will take
place on Sunday. March 19. at ,
3 p.m. at Temple Beth Sholom A membership smoke: will be
: Gfn Miami sponsored by the FDR Chapter.
parti youth music j B'nai B'rith Young Men. on Sun-
festiv turing The Parade [day, March 5, between 2 and 5
: J -v..- '! : ;.-.-" ..-, mg. P-m. at the home of Morton Wet-
Talent assembled after audi- stein, 2740 S.W. 20th St.. it has
I includes a Deen announced by President
0f,Wal'er Traurig.
"' C ::.- The program will include a
Acaden y, description of the service pro-
Beth El. Beth grams carried on by the organiza-
the junior chorus of tjon. followed bv cards and re-
thi Be, :-. Y. shments. The group invites
A .-.. rration gether ^len bet-een the ages of 19 and
al and instru- ___________________
mental solos and dance.
and youth
ip ting; in the
V nth Musi Festival which is
expected to become an annual
attraction.
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March 4.
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call
Immigrants Unemployed
Case
iVnrker
Work
Limitations
ALR
ALK
Speak.
English
.None
No
Employment
Desired
Mas ulcers
No
Shoemaker; wishes to learn
bakery; can do physical work
Baker's helper: presser of
men's garments
3t> yrs
25yrs.
42 J
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"35 yrs!
"53yrs7J
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36 yrs.
None Speaks and understands Mechanical work Locksmith: laborer
None (i- husky) iNO CandymaKer; Will take anything
None Understands Millinery: Sewing
None Fail- Shoemaker; has had about 8 weeks training here
:\one Very adequate Painter: Hebrew teacher; has artist training and ability
iSone Good Butcher: can do errand boy or clerical work
Rheumatic English Weaver: no other skills; is a
EL
i pains
EL
Elementaiv
Sabbath observer
Gynecological trouble Gone!
Duodenal ulcer cannot
do heavy work
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A little"
Post T.B.
.!".! Stomach ailment;
can't work hard
no English:
no Yiddish:
just German_
A little
Extremely nervous; gall A little
bladder trouble; head-
aches, etc.____________
Vv:, JM" None
Light work; clerical office
work; is a Sabbath observer
Stitching tops of shoes
in factory; butchering______
Expert ladies tailor
Any unskilled work; was a
bookkeeper_and salesman
Dressmaker alterations
A little
Unskilled; nice appearing;
well groomed
39 yrs. JM
None
Yes
Photographer; painter
(doesn't belong to union)
JM
None
No
36 yrs. JM None
Yes
Photographer; fountain pen
and eye glass repair experience
Dental mechanic; other
work of any kind
33 vis JM
None
Yes
Experienced shoemaker
LOCAL
45 yrs.
46 yrs.
40 yrs.
ALR
ALR"
Has Palsy
Speaks well
Newspaper stand
Only very light Work Speaks well
Salesman by car: light clerical
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None
Good
Men's clothing salesman;
"anything"
_40 yrs
37 yrs.
ALR Emotionally difficult______pjL
Anything
HD
Sabbath Observer
A little
"Mishgiach" in Europe; owned
grocery store; unskilled
33 yrs
25 yrs.
25 yrs.
HD
Sabbath Observer
Unskilled; does elementary
sewing
HD
None
Yes, reads
and writes
well
Accordion player; singer; sell-
ing or unskilled hotel work
HD
None
Yes. read
and writes
well
14 31 yrs. HD
Artificial leg
Yes
Simple office work and typing;
has artistic ability in small
decorative art such as painting
on silks; selling_______________
"Trained by Vocational Re-
habilitation" Bur. as electrical
appliance repairman
44 y -
(local)
34 yrs.
"26 yi s
HD Hand eczema: ineffective
personality slow talking
and moving _________
Unskilled'; newsstand vendor;
salesman
HD
None
A little
Butcher and slaughtering
house; unskilled labor
RS
RS
HD Feels he cannot do heavy Yes, not
work: acquires severe fluently
physical symptoms when
such a job is presented
Bus boy; hotel work; training
in some trade i.e. upholstering
Small stature; frail
None
Sabbath observer
A little
Dental technician; light work
Lather operator;
unskilled work ___^
RS
Poor work attitude; be- Fairly good
lieves he is too old al-
though he looks and acts
10 years younger ____________
Men's clothing salesman;
watchman
fami Center To
ld Celebration
combined celebration of
ph Music Month and Purim
| be held for children on Fri-
March 3, at 3:45 p.m. at the
n> Jewish Community Center.
' children of public school
I are invited to participate in
Ifestival. which will include
fng> facing, games, refresh-
es and prizes. Guests are
|a to dress in costumes de-
their favorite Purim
characters and several prizes will
be awarded for costumes.
The program will also include
selections by the Jewish Chil-
dren's Folk Chorus under the
direction of Mrs. Ben Yomen;
Israeli songs and dances by the
Beth El Seniors; Purim games
songs by the four and five year
old children of the center pre-
school under the direction of Mrs.
Cora Friedman; Sabbath chants
by students of the Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation, as well
as group singing led by Elaine
Sachs of the center staff.
1524 S. W. 3rd ST.
Furn. 3-Bedroom House
Near School YMHA
Season or Yearly
Children Welcome
Call after 5 Except Sat. and Sun.
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IT HAPPENED ON PURIM
Bv PHILIP GOODMAN
Director of Jewish Education of JWB's Jewis)
v
Socii I A
Pur m Greet g Co
Although the sending of hand-
atulations on the oc-
n : Pui im was
in t! ntury, the
n if si n ling print
ing cards has eveloped
ntly. In World War I, the
National Ji w sh W< Ifi re B ard
ted Purim greeting
They wi re i produced in World
W II. and ever two million
distributed to the J<
membi the United States
aimed for
their familii s and friends I
all over the w u Id. F. Ji
ftulf stream Will
Open Saturday
p : horse
, its third and final
. Saturday. March 4.
Gulfstream Park opens Its i tes
if a 41-day meeting
nues through Ap
The "trai k by the sea, om ol
Han the turfs mtstanding beauty
level, for the i ; ts. is spic and span for tne
Hebrew letters in both ural, glistening under a new
is 95.
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1301 Collins Avenue. Miarn
WHERE THE FINEST MEET TO DlNF nTirV
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Air Cooled Beer and Wines Served p
COMPLETE DINNERS FROM SI 35Tl^'"
DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY oKRg
fftO
I paint and row upon
indstand seats, decor-
.:. extravagant rain
: The infield is liki
jlitti ring with a million flowers, |
that is needed to get the
: underway is the sound .
igle calling the field out
iWS.
Gulfstream Park, which was
(Wh I to pa; n 1944 after sitting idly
for I '' turt fidelini i ft
in years, is starting its sixth
assovei *'>th I brighter than any
Purv Folk Pr
On Purim Per-
niss
Pui
S
mi I ii I
rwilighl m Pui.....n< ans
; n Pass
en statioi
y< ai ist. This optimism is
result of the Hialeah
which finds the local
-. i ing an Increase over
ion, to reverse
; betting trend evi-
den< here in racing.
Post timi lily has been sel '
. ck, i xc< pi i >n afternoi ns
race program will
be presented and the curtain
:- advanced IS minutes to
! PeTd Rfl(rneP,nmP,^,m)!n 1:45. Daily double windows clos<
his Returns From Graduation .. ,n m;nu!o. befuIC post Uim
for the first race. General ad-
: issi n to the grandstand is SI
N J< ivish Wi
Board printed an inti
with the l ymbols. C".
letl pisture
"' pull:." ivv in
' E
V ues For Purim
"The Swi I K!
Sukar, was thi by which Dy a*c .
Puri
Aft< r a P...... n
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fully t the dogs
On Pu
. A
charity i n Pu i
hi;pki:si:.\t\tiyi; w
Must be well associated in Jewish commu-,"
and civic, fraternal and business life, of the Great *
To such a man we are able to offer a lucraHv*'M*
representing Miami's largest catering organization *
confidential. ""*
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DOOM
TO
^m
of the Turkish regime. On t
''"'' '' Mrs. Alex Shi Irofi
community wi e ?i re | ients turned to Miami B<
of Purim gifts of I nd Urbana. I!!., whi
sugared i nt hv the chief the double graduation ol
and in-law
Sephardii initi as well Mrs. Morton W from the
as by oth Ji Univi rsity %f mini is
I;- promin til :.: Waitzman,
5 Aviva s ; her
f Art
t hoi
was eli cted t i Phi Kappa Phi
W
' : Miami ]
sity and L'nivi
of Mi [llin lis,
if the
J r Red Ci -s in
n C nty, 111.
Mr. '.' ted for
if S dej
at the University of M
ved S de-
m Illinois
and is continuir studies
11 there.
and S2.50 to the club terrace.
: -. hi
Hebrew 1
i Purim? The simil

t thai ii
cu On
Purim. Jews

'. tit. the1
J
nition that
-
Nesselson Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
memory of the late Frank
Nessi merly of 1630 S.W.
St., will take place Sunday.
Ala.ah 5, al -' 30 p.m. at M til
tery with Rabbi Mur-
ray Grauer officiating. Mr.
x Ison is survived by his
s >n and
member of Congregation Beth El.
Arran in charge of
Palmer's Miami Monument C i.
i lives and friends are re-
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through the use of j
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, MARCH3- 1950
fJewisti Flier Mian
PAGE TWENTY-ONE
Religious directory
Jewish Center. 6231
bide
stCi.
c'lr*'1 ,
of Dr.
..,< .very Sunday
Win. Boros, 65d
""St Hebrew classes under
' K Monday! and
( to >'i P..
from
Dade
tative).
Jewish Center
13630 W. Dixie
North Miami.
,vicet .it !:15 ron-
v,;n:",,.; iiosenfeld. Sunday
Joseph
I
Jewish Congregation of
hies, 2410 Ponce de Leon
mservaiive).
raninc services a< ?-3l>.
V Goldstein "ill officiate.
I | b-iii be held follow-
Kf Members and frlenda
[,1 |o 8tt( nil
..Granada Jewish Cen-
|S.W. 45th Ave.
L MrvrirM at 9 a.m.
L Center (Conservative)
i. 24th Terr.
.i.hi nervli > a( 6; Saturday
',,!..' pailj services at 8
Shore Jewish Center
ralive). 916 Everglades
Se, Miami Beach (Aitx
ongregation). Rev. Philip
venlnir at 8:l5 P-m.
i speak. An open forum
. anil an i meg Bhabbat fol-
lurdas mo n i g services at
f- ., hool ;il 1" a.m. at
|,.;,,. tan S. hooL
Heiigious Congregation.
[W. 2nd St.
Saturday morning at 9:00
gation beth Tfilah (Or-
935 Euclid Ave., Miami
Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
IVuriw Thursday
and Frltlaj at s a.m.
|d ,n 6:00 p.m.
morning wrvicea at 8.30.
|he morning service Rabbi
. i.iiilin 1 ihe services
: and External
v rabbi will speak
iriinii of th VVeek followed at
fcv Mil..-h.i ShalOSh Selltlc.s
|lv. Moi i. K sen Iced dally at
i a.m. I'Irk* In Mishnah at
\ li is daily at
veil i ma In Laws and
I (laai i lows. > Haeaea will
tied l Kabbl Rackovaky.
on roung Israel (Or-
I 4001 Chase Ave.. Miami
I .-;. p mi. Pi Ida] at
tin Israel Congregation of
[Orthodox). 4316 N.W.-7th
\ Icea at 6 p.m.;
mon g .it 9:30 a.m. All
in that area are invited to
Gables Jewish Center
I. Rabbi Morris A. Skop;
[Joseph W. Malek; Steve
organist. Palermo Ave.
i Jeune.
lh Thursday night at 8 fol-
... si.i. li,.....i "Hatnantaach
Friday nlghl services al 8:15.
Iby R;il.In .-i;op n -Kthical
ns of the i.. il Cow.'1 Oneg
JPurlni .....ndiea by Cantor
Inii Stevi Keaaler. Youth
JFednesdaj and Thursday at
P.1 Hebrew !.....i and Sunday
Ijpbool ;ii lo a.m. Saturdav
i Torah service at 9:4D with
tional studs of Sidrah se-
i Hebrew reading* by boys of
U-hi.ii!
>le Israel (Reform). 137
I St. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan.
Emeritus.
veiling services at 8:15.
ii will conduct ihe services
Ri form Judaism Is
as Old as Purim." Mrs. G. Louis
Mendelson will recite the blessings
over the candles. Sabbath eve re-
ception under sisterhood sponsorship
will follow. Mrs. Adolph Werthelmer,
house and refreshments chairman, will
bo assisted by Mrs. Harry V. Simons.
hospitality chairman: Mrs. Klry stone.
CO-Chairman; Mrs. Q. Louis Mend.-Is..ii
and Mrs. Max Holtsberg. hostesses
for March. Saturday morning services
at II a.m. Dr. Kaplan will speak on
"Purlm." The members of the con-
firmation class will participate.
Jewish Community Center
(Conservative). 2020 Polk St.,
Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig;
Cantor Milton Freedman.
Marly Frlaay services at r:30. I^ate
Friday aervfcea at B:15. Kabbl
Honig will conduct the services.
Saturday morning services at 9:80,
Rabbi will preach on 'Weekly Portion
Of the Law."
Hebrew Academy. 918 6th St.,
Miami Beach.
Friday evening services at 6:00.
Saturday morning at !* a.m. S'ol L. |
Sugarman, principal, will deliver a ser- 1
mon on "Brotherhood in Jewish
Ranks." Class In study of Minima
Saturday at 4:30 p.m. Mincha services
ut t:80 followed by Slialos Seudos.
Daily Bible classes at 6:15 p.m. Dally
services al 7:30 a.m. and 6 p.m.
Sunday at 8 a.m.
Temple Betn Snoiom (Liberal).
4144 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach.
Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor
Samuel Kelemer.
Friday evening services at 8:15.
Rabbi Kronish will speak on "The
Ueconstruetlonist, the Reformer and
the Revolutionary." (First in a aertea
of three sermons dealing with 15th
anniversary of the Reeonstructlonial
Movement. 75th anniversary of Hebrew
L'nlon College and the 76th anni-
versary of the birth of the late
Stephen s. Wise). I'urim services
Thursday from 7:15 to 8:80 p.m. Sab-
bath service at 10:45 a.m. Sunday
school at 0:45. Hebrew school 8:15
p.m. Monday through Thursday.
Temple Isaiah (Reform), 1S36
Bay Road. Miami Beach. Rabbi
Moshay P. Mann.
Friday evening services at 8:15.
conducted by Rabbi Saoahay P, Mann
with Dr. Paul Beck as Cantor. Special
I'urim service. Sermon topic will be
"Racial PrejudiceWill It Ever End?"
to be followed by an open forum.
Free religious school Sunday morning
al 10 with Purim play presented
by children of the Sunday school for
parents and friends.
Congregation Beth El (Ortho-
dox), 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi
Murray Grauer.
i'urim services Thursday at 7 p.m.
with reading of the M.-uillah. Rabbi
Orauer will preach on "EstherIs She
a Heroine?" Purim service Friday at
7:30 a.m. Friday evening services at
(6 p.m. Friday forum at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi
I Murray Grauer will preach on "The
, Aftermath of Victory." A reception
will follow. Saturday morning services
at 8:30. Rabbi Orauer will preach on
the Portion of the Week. Junior Con-
gregation at 10 a.m. Mincha at 5:46
p.m. followed by Shalos Shudos. Sun-
day school 10 a.m. Daily religious
school 3:30 to 6:30. Dally religious
services a.jn. and 6 p.m.
Congregation Beth David (Con-
servative). Coral Way and 26th
Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev.
Maurice Mamches.
On Fridav from 8:30 to 9 Stanley
C. Mvers, president of the National
Council of Jewish Federations, will
be guest speaker. His tonic will be
.in ? lr "f Mll'acles." The program
will be broadcast over station WWPB
service will he dedicated to the open-
ing of the P..5U rainpalL-n .if Federa-
tion. Floral offering will be mob bv
Mr. and Mrs Morris Kaler in memory
or Mr. Kaler s brother, Bain Kaler
Mr. and Mrs. I. Benjamin In memory
of Mr. Benjamins mother will give
the i meg Bhabbat. Services Baturday
morning at s. Rabbi Shapiro and
cantor Mamches will conduct the
services and the rabbi will preach
on "After I'urim." I'urim celebration
on Sunday by children of the student
congregation. Studdfit congregation
Saturday at 10:30 a.m. Hebrew school
between 3:3" and 6:30 p.m. daily. '
Congregation Beth Jacob (Or-;
thodox). 301-311 Washington Ave.,'
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff.
Purim service Thursday evening at
7. Cantor Keder will chant th- Scroll
.f Esther. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak
on "An Elder in Israel." Spei lal
service including repetition of the
reading of the Scroll <.f Esther Friday
morning at 7:30. Saturday morning
.-vires nt 8:80. Quest speaker Rabbi
Lazar Schonfeld will talk on
"The Festival of Purim." Junior Con-
gregatlon at 10 a.m. directed by A. J.
S'hafra. Mincha at 5:45 followed by
Shalos Seudos. Quest speaker will be
Rabbi S. fiottlieb. Dally school
from 3:30 to 6:80 Monday through
Thursday and 9 a.m. to noon on
Sunday.
Temple Emanu-El (Reform),
1801 S. Andrews Ave., Fort Laud-
erdale. Dr. Marius Ranson, Rabbi.
Rabbi Ranson \v ill conduct the
service at 8:15.
Congregation Kneseth Israel
(Traditional), 1415 Euclid Ave.,
Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H.
Ever.
Mincha Friday at 6:00 p.m. Qabbalas
Shabbos at 'i p.m. Saturday morning
service at S::iu. Rabbi Ever will lecture
on the portion of the Week, followed
by Mincha and Shalos Seudos donated
by Philip Trugroan. Zmlroa and re-
Haily services at
5:46. Daily Hebrew
Monday through
school Sunday at
morning Purim
by the Ladies
marks bv guests.
B a in ; evening at
school from 3:3a
Thursday; reiiglou!
10 a.m. Sunday
festival arranged
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Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Centex (Conservative). 1701
Washington Ave.. Miami Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor
Jacob Y. Goldring.
Purim services Thursday night at
7. Late Friday service at B:8Q p.m.
Rabbi Lehrman will preach on "The
Meaning of Prayer In Our Pay." At
Saturday morning services Bills, sum
of Mr and Mrs Benjamin Abrama
will become Bar Mltsvah.
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W.
12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Berele Kelemer.
Reading of the MegiUah Thursday at
7 p.m. Friday evening ser\ Ices at 6.
Late Friday evening forum at vl.V
Rabbi 1 Sboulsoii will speak on "The
Art of Remembering.1' ineej Bhabbat
will follow. At serviees Saturday at
;i a.m. Bernard, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry SVolfson will become Bar
Mltsvah. Mlsohna class at 5 p.m.
followed by Mincha and Shalos Seudoa
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at 10 a.m. Hebrew school daily 3:15
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and 6 p.m. A Purim play will take
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i>Jen is* fhridttatr
FRIDAY.
MARCH
Israeli Newsletter
By MILTON BROWN
Social Insurance In Israel
TEL AVIV An ambitious surance to prevent a dpulit
cradle-t i-the-grave social secur-
ii'has been prepared and
nted this week to the gov-
ernment by a special Inierdc-
tmentai Commission for
[nsu ince Planning which
was appointed a year ago,
It h ped that action will be
n the plan by both the
parliamenl
next few months and that
I first stage of the c mp -
e may be put into
of services, to reduce expenses!
and to provide a more effi
administration.
4. Free dental care for children.
5, Funeral grant -
::.i Stag" V
expected to tali
icentrati i ;
$ medical aid,
X-ray and 1 itory ex-
of the state b;
T. e plai largely on a
iwn up by Israel
Kan ii
i : Fi derati m of I.
So Research Institute and now
n oi thi speci
sion. T s c >m-
: of tl secret iry-g i
: Labor, Hi
Soci I Insurance, W< lfar< nd
Fin nee, t gether with theii
At vern-
- now burdened by
finan ilities 1
: s of security and
tioi ssion has w
le participa-
te pub! c 1 nd the
stati social
lal st
first stage, which
period oi
Lg(
1 Hi ; I liz iti n f r the entire
popul. :. ."..
2. C impuls i
for agri and indu it
s will in :
t real i I i ni ty a id
lent insuranci im n ;
mpensatioi
I .:.-. ns.
3. Tl blishment oi a Ct n-
tral D Social In-
n the 1st of Octob. tional heal) i rog
r at 1 inning I m xt ir. Accident uisui nc
ment compen-
pensions will
-earners nd
: I ; ;
/er. will not 111 I
nplo; en1 pel tion,
During the third
hoped to establish a
children's allowances.
During the first stag)
m, revenui wil bi li
. the following sources: 1. the
-wry. 2. municip I
cils, 3. the insured workers ind
their employers, and 4. the Jew-
ish Agency and the Joint D:.--
tribution Committee to c ver the
expenditures of health
new immigrants,
It is estimated that the averag<
nthly cost of providing
- cial insurance, including
medical aid, for each worker will j
be nearly S24 a month. Under the '
plan, the employer will contribute
roughly half of the sum and the j
half will bi shared equally i
by the worker and the govern-
nl or municipality. It is antici-
pated that after a few years the |
contributions of federal and local
auth irities will increase and that
: the i mpl iyers and em-
ees will be (Ken ased.
One favorable aspect of the
contemplated program is that it i
does not have to start irom
scratch. There is already in exist-
ence a modernized health insur-
ance program sponsored by the
Gi :.. ral Fi l< ration of Labor.
which encompasses most oi the
workers in the country. Other
jfficient medical pi
ation and there is a cons
(able amount oi social wi
I work coing on und, : v
pices. It is i stimated that s ime
S42.000.000 is now bi
annual;v on social insurance and
. al i id I)'- mograph cally,
I i Israel is in an unem
position 1 unch an
,] Sei uritj Only five
ipulation i
. luctive igi
65 ai
' is figun con | i
: th the Unit
it the
e is 9 pei tl I
.-. with ovei ; |
n F in with in. rlj 1 I
pen. nt.
Mr. Kanievsky took
; Gen< v... S vitzi i Ian I
by a
il committee three < x-
f tl International Laboi
Organization, who found it
and go d
Uv- Hi Mini oil! To
l>*fciv M The Megillah reading services
at Temple Beth Sholo on Thurs-
day, March 2. at 7:15 p.m.. will
feature a presentation of a spe-
cilly inscribed Megillah to the
temple by Mr. and Mrs Bi I
Miller, 5493 N. Bay Road. Mr.
and Mrs. Miller have donated
this g]ft to the temple in honor
of the wedding anniversary of
their daughter, Mrs. Miriam
Gordon, and the birthday of their
son. Jordan.
The Megillah will be read in
English by the dramatic group
of the Beth Sholom Religious
School. The traditional Hebrew
will be chanted by Cantor Samuel
Kelemer and the ceremony will
be conducted by Rabbi Leon
Kronish. The religious school
choral group will lead the con- j
gregation in the singing of tradi-
tional Purim songs.
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1950
fJenisti norUKOun
PAGE TWENTY-THREE
QUIZ BOX
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
q. Why is it customary to
masquerade on Purim?
I A: A number of interesting
|eas->n> are offered in explanation
Tr this custom. Most traditional
Authorities base it upon the his-
toric connection between the
purim incidents and the days of
ijebuchadnezzer, King of Baby-
lon. Rabbinic sources relate that
|he patriarchs came before the
Lavenk throne to plead the case
jews who were faced with
[ of slaughter as a
!'..; : i vil decree of Haman.
jh,_. Lord .it first, in the spirit
If iudgrw nt, said that they de-
t punished for they
} wed down before the idol
t days "I King Nebuchad-
fczzer, Whereupon the rabbis said
|h.;: those Jews who had done so
h mly done it outwardly be-
lau;e of fear. Hence the Lord
Cowed his mercy upon the
Israelites; but worked out
tie incident of saving the
lev.s to the point where his
land was hidden and not obvious
- of events that fol-
owed. Thus it is customary to
pasquerade to show that we had
nee worn false masks to worship
In idil out of fear and the Lord
ad rewarded us by giving us a
lictory where His hand was
known only from within.
* *
What does Ihe name
(ordecai" mean?
A.: A number of explanations
nd derivations seem to be offered
br the name Mordecai. Some
race it to i Persian word mean-
pg "little man." This might have
een used to indicate Mordecai's
indesty. Others trace it to the
of a Babylonian deity
(riled 'Merduk.*' The most likely
privation seems to be that of
|l I in the Talmud who
eak of it as a combination of
i words: "Mor" from "myrrh"
|"Decai" from the word mean-
"pure" The name Mordecai
hus would mean: "Pure as
lyrrh." Myrrh is a very pure
esin extracted from trees and
hrubs in Asiatic countries. Thus
lame Mordecai would indicate
purity of the men.
Purim Play Slated
North Dade Jewish Center
Sunday School will present a
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at 8 p.m. The performance is
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ting of the (.' *Palsy
Council of the Dad
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be held Wi li
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The production Jack
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PTOCKINO,
Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
HTH JUDICIAL i-IRiM-lT OF
l-l.i'i'.li'A. IN AND Folt DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
01.
JOSEPH VIVIXETTO, Plaintiff, vs.
MARY VIVIXETTO, Defendant
Ti M \l:v VIVIXETTO
; Falrmount Avenue
Newark New Jersey
you ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai Bill ol Complaint for Divorce
against you and you
... H to serve :i copy of your
to the Bill of Complaint "n
tl i lain! fl s attorney, ami file the
n ofl of the '1-rk "f
th< ill Court on or before the
M irch, 1950, nr a default
... ii axnlnsl you.
I wted: Fi bi uary !". 1950.
E B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of thi Circuit Court.
(Cin lit Court Seal)
By M C. FEIGE,
Deputy Clerk.
M VRH IX BROOKS
Attorney for Plaintiff
: olympis Bldg.
Floi da
! : :\ 3 3-10
County, and file the same In^hu
office In the County Courthoussh I
Dade County Florida, within **
calendar months from the data of tX
first publication hereof" Said %.S.
or demands to contain the lccai T
dress of the claimant ami to be s*r,^
to and presented as aforesaid ,,r
same will be barred, s. s.-.tin,,' in
of the 1S33 Probate Act. U
Dated January 30, AH 19SB
GERTRUDE WEITZMav
As Executrix of the Last (YlllVw
Testament of PAUL WEITZMa"
Deceased.
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Pi S> hairman is Ilvman
K lisclosed thai prizes
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APPLICATION FOR FINAL
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IX 'iTNTV JUDGE'S C >l*RT, DADE
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ESTATE >F
Mi iRRIS RAUBFOGEL.
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ELSIE RAUBFOGEL
MILT iN A FRIEDMAN
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N'OTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS HEREBY GIVES thai
ring to :.-ase in
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M X.E.
Avenue, Mian I, Fl >rldi
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HERBERT EDELSTEIN
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NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT Cl IURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF IK' I RIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
130310
1 \ 'K DORMAN, Plaintiff, \-
LORRAINC DORMAN, Defendant
Lorraine Dorman,
" Montgomery Street,
Ni w York City, N. Y.
Vou are required to serve a copy of
v,,'j;- answer to the Bill of Complaint
for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney,
and to fil- the original answer in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 20th day of
March, A.D, 1950: otherwise, thi- Bill
of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore
f:!--il herein, will be taken as roMfesseti
by you,
Dated at Miami. Florida, this IS
day of February, ii>.v>.
K B, LEATHERMAN,
Clerk Of the Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
(Chi lii Court Seali
By M. C. FEIGE
Deputy Clerk.
Name and Address of
Plait liffa Solicitor:
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN,
1023 Seybold Building.
Miami, Florida.
2 '.:--'! a S-10
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVEXTH JUDICIAL circuit.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY', No.
':;.
HERMAN POLI.AK. Plaintiff, vs.
CELIA POLLAK, Defendant.
Ti CELIA POLLAK
d Herman Stolsenberg
-'<:: West |i.-.th Street
tment B-B
New York City, New York
YOU ARE REQUIRED to serve a
your answer to the BUI of
Complaint on the Plaintiff's attorneys,
and file the original answer in the
of the Cl.rk of the Circuit
court or before the 10th day of
1950, In tlie above entitled
divorce otherwise a l lecree
Pro Confi so will in- entered against
!
Dati l this 7 day of February, 1950,
E, B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk o( the Circuli Court.
ill C ;: i Seal)
Bj M. C. FEIGE,
Deputy clerk.
GENET & GENET
12 i Ui In Road
Bi ich, Floi Ida
for Plaintiff
NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THP
11TH JUDICIAL CI1ICU1T IV JVn
FOR HADE COUNTY. Fl,. if>Mu
IX CHANCERY, No I3i>01
JOHN B. MEADOR I :. Ini ff, rj
JULE MEADOR, Del
To: JUI.K MEADOR, di
Blue Moon Hotel
I.akewood, New Ji
YOU ARE HEREBY REQCTB
serve a copy of von: Answer to the
plaintiffs Bill of Compl Int foi Di-
vorce, on the plaintiff
ami Newman, who-.- addles
Lincoln Road, Mlam B I
and file J our oi l| Inal Ansi
office of the Clerk of the
court of the Eleventh Judl lal
in and for 1 'ide Count
fore the in day of Man I
default thereof, a 1 lecree I
will \)v entered against \,,ii.
Dated: February 7. I i
E. B, LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Clri lilt Court
(Circuit Court Be ll I
B) M. C PE
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON R. MANNHEIMER
Of Counsel
2 10-17-24 J/8
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IX THE CIRCUIT COURT i'F THE
1 ITII JU1 HCIAL CIRi 'I f IN AND
l>>R DADE Cnl'NTY. I l.nKlIiA-
IX CHANCERY, No
SIDNEY S. LAPIDES Plaintiff, Tl
PEARL LAPIDES. Defel
TO: PEARL LAPIDES
1149 Stratford Avenue,
Bronx. New York
You are hereby ordered I require]
t,, serve a copy of your A
BUI of Complaint, a copy of whldi i)
enclosed herewith, on PI ntiffi v.-
torney, and file th. gli UK
of fire of the Clerk of ;,. .'
Court on or before s*J ,;
March, 1950, otherwise thi ..llisatl'iu
of said Bill will he taken .
l,v vou.
Dated at Miami, Florida, thi* 14 day
of February. MM.
E. B. LEATHERJIAlfi
Cserk of the lit Co
(Circuit Court Seal)
Bv WM. W
BEX ESSEX
Attorney for Plaintiff,
823 Sevbold Building,
Miami. Florida.
2/17-24 3/3-10
STOCKING,
Deputy Clei*,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN tl ,-
.
Hi i I'm
de Count) F
to registi
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NICHOLAS ALEXANDER
EMANI'EL I.EVENSi >N
\ o ney at Law
007 Bisi .i\ n,. Building
r irlda
. 3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned desiring t,, engage in
but inder the fictitious name of
Thi Bilvei Club at Dade County, Flor-
ida, intends to register said name
With the Clerk of- the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida
ADOI.l'H A. HOLLANDER
3941 X. \V 1st Street, Miami
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN 1 HE CIRCUIT COURT t 'F THE
VENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
RIDA IX WD Pi lit |.\|,|-
NTY IN CHANCERY. No
" iSKi i ntlff, vi
MAX" MllSKu, Befi

1437 C
'! I 2S. Callfoi r.ia.
You requit to si
, .
rc-e on thi Intil
' the -he cin uli
n or before thi
A D I!.".,,; otl H fi
Complaint foi Dlvori e, hi n
tiled herein, will be taken
[essen by you.
Dat.d at Miami, v
-'- day of February, 1950
..' B LEATHERMAN,
5 lent of the Circuit c..ui
Dadi q u ity, Floi I
ill Court s. .11
By M. C FEIGE
Na,,.. and Address of "': ;" Clerk
Claim ff- s .] .11...
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
10M Beybold Building
Miami. Florida.
* 3/3-10-17
n
this the
nun,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND for DADE COUNTY',
H.OR1DA. in CHANCERY, No,
BLANCHE II LERCH, Plaintiff vs.
david w 1,1 :i;i u. Defendant.
' DAVID W, I.KIH II.
lers 'ommai I,
1 led Stati \ Forci
and Hi idq lai ten
Rquadi ,,n
I ,r. Basi .
'A.i hington, D C
V"C AUK NOTIFIED a Bill of
nn for divorce has been filed
you in the above oause and
>'ot an squired to serve a copy ot
inswer on the plaintiffs at-
torney and ni.. n. original in the
of the cierk ..f the ClreuM
' "art on or before March 8, lr,0;
otherwise the all. gatlons of said Bill
ol omplalnt will taken as con-
: si ,| by you,
February t, 1950
E. B, LEATHERMAN,
if\. .1. ,. rl,',k "' u"' Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Si a 1
By Q c LEWIS JR.,
JACK A. ABBOTT, Ks,,':"""- ?*
/'in it^'.1",',',1 M,arol "--ach, Fla.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IX THE CIRCUIT COURT "f ;
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL < IR I IT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOB DADB
COUNTY. IN CHAM I-R^ N
130491.
IIUEY GRAHAM. Plaintiff, **
BERTHA GRAHAM. D. umlaut.
Mrs. Bertha Graham,
Townsend,
Delaware. .... ,>
You are leiiulr.-d to -. r ;;,'.;
your answer to the BUI of 0BPW
for Divorce on the plalntlfl ; "'''i
and to file the original answer us
of the Clerk of the Clrcss
before the !*,*!
therwlse, tb] :
,i .. in'
taken 11
office
Court on or
March, A.D. M50;
of Complaint for DIV
filed herein, will be
this '!"
February. l: '',,,.,.u is
E B. LEATHEBMA.V
lerk of the 1 '
f, ssed by you.
Dated at Miami. Florida,
21 day of February. II
Cl
Did,, c.iiniy.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. '
Del
Name and Address of
Plaintiffs BoUcltor:
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
I02S Beybold Building,
Miami. Florida.
I H 3'3-10-1
Florida.
FEME,
,11 v CMS-
NOTICE BY PUBUCATIO]N g
IN THE CIRCUIT .'''I I.T '. .
ELEVENTH JCDICI.a .NTv.
IN and FOR n 'nc:kv. S
ll.i IRIDA. IN I HA*
TO: ARTHUR HAAR
It Tudor Plai S
tu.rney. and fiW the <&**$
office of the '.'''kM':n,.n Mth, A-"-
this
before
(Circuit four. Sea,. w st.^^
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tatba*
PALLOT. SILVER.
ft WAYNE ,
Attorneys for PWg"!^--
1214-19 Congress Buildins
I Miami. Florida
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1ARCH 3, 1950
t'Jenisti fturMhun
PAGE TWENTY-FI
A Testimonial To Our Jewish Heritage
The tribute to the Jewish people and their heritage which
here was submitted for publication bv our subscribers
i Mrs. If. Badanes, 126 S.W. 9th Ave. Written in 18SC bv a
Washington attorney. George R. Wendling. the document
published in the now defunct New York Sun in 189
ditor of the Sun rediscovered the document and ordered It
! on July 1, 1948.Editor.
-There is not a drop of Jewish
I in my veins. I am not con-
: with the Jews by mar-
f any near or distant
we are uplifted by the poetry of
the Jewish prophets, and we rely
on Jewish biographies for the only
history we have of Christ.
Theology and Philosoplui
"We get our Pauline philosophy
from a Jew, and we catch our
earliest glimpse of the next world
through the sublime apocalyptic
vision of a Jew. Then, forsooth
we Christians, turn about and
sneer at Jews! I have converged
with teachers of philosophy who
spoke slightingly of the Jews, and
yet were teaching with enthusi-
asm ideas which they had ab-
le 'sources, and splendid | sorbed from Maimonides and
Spinoza, the two greatest philoso-
phers, omitting Kant,
ri
! (iwe no Jew a dollar
few owes me. Among all
nal or intimate friends I
name one single Jew. I
therefore, from the vantage
of absolute independence
and impartiality.
It is a splendid racesplendid
in their patience, in their love
another, in their endur-
in their sagacity and
rate habits, in their to-
la! ......~.^-.,--------r..--------.
Inflexible adherence to
lie ideals.
i you want an aristocracy of
blood and birth? The Jews, then,
i .st-blooded people and
ii best established descent
in the world. Neither did Mira-
beau m the French Assembly nor
Patrick Henry in the House of
- -;. nor did Sam Adams in
il days, ever say a more
thrilling thing than Disraeli said
in the Knjjish Commons in reply
to O'Conncll's charge that he was
Vcs, I AM a Jew! And
when the ansccstors of the right
i:entleman were brutal
n an unknown island.
mine were priests in the temple!'
Origins
"Do \iui seek an aristocracy of
it? The great church his-
Nei nder was a Jew; Napo-
marshals, Soult and
vere Jews: Gambetta
lev: the brilliant and
I Hoine was a Jew; and
but world's roll of great
ithors, musicians, poets,
s, philosophers and fi-
rontains more Hebrew
n I could recite in
urs.
I li oking for an aristo-
f wealth? The combined
i power of the Jews in
E n I America can prevent
: ny national loan
be put upon the
le -.'...rid.
irious false Christian-
Jews. The mystery
nation found eXpres-
Fli sh and blood of a
in a sense we
Jew. We get our Ten
tsthe very found-
vilizationthrough
ng .Jewish psalms.
since
Plato s dayboth of them Jews.
I have heard musicians denounce
Jews and then spend days and
nights trying to interpret the
beauties of Rossini, Meyerbeer.
Mendelssohn and Straussall
Jews.
"I talked the other day with a
gifted actress and heard both her
and her husband sweepingly con-
demn, confidentially, of course.
the whole race of Jews, and yet
that woman would give half her
remaining life if she could only
reach the heights which the great
queen of tragedy, Rachel, trod
with such majesty and power
and Rachel was a Jewess, as is
Bernhardt, the greatest genius of
the stage today. Here in Wash-
ington I have heard aspiring
politicians, when beyond the
reach of the reporter's pencil,
sneer at Jews, and it was a Jew
who was for years the adroit and
sagacious chairman of the na-
tional committee of one of our
great political parties. The most
powerful intellect in the Southern
Confederacy was that of Judah
P. Benjamin, a Jew; and Chase,
when managing our national fi-
nances in perilous times, owed
much of his success to the con-
stant advice of a New York Jew.
Jewish Home Life
'"That you never see a Jew-
tramp or a Jew drunkard is a
proverb; that you never see a Jew
beggar is commonplace; and it is
a statistical fact that there are
relatively fewer inmates of our
hospitals, jails and workhouses
furnished by the Jews than any
other race contributes. And yel
the two greatest philanthropists
of modern times. Baron Hirsch
and Monteflere, were both Jews.
The beauty and fidelity of
Jewish women command my
homage, and among wealthv and
educated Jews the exquisite re-
finement of Jewesses, their cul-
ture and high breeding, blended
with a sort of Oriental grace and
dignity, put them among the most
charming women of the world.
Suppression Failed
"Convert the Jews? Yes, but
meanwhile let us convert many
of our church members to genuine
Christianity. Suppress the Jews?
A score ef Russian czars cannot
do il. Every people in the Old
World have tried it and failed.
They have outlived the Tudors
and Plantagenets, the Romanoffs,
the tyranny of Spain. the
dynasties of France. Charlemagne.
Constantino, the Caesars, the
Babylonian kings and the Egyp-
tian Pharaohs. It was God's own
race for four thousand years, and
the persecution it has survived for
two thousand more stamps it as a
race still bearing some mysterious
relation to the plane of the
Eternal.
"The belief that the Jew is
more dishonest than the Gentile
is one-half nonsense and t
i other half prejudice and faJ.
hood.
"The anti-Semite movement
Europe is a most hideous a
repulsive thing, and the an
Jewish feeling that shows its
now and then in our Great F
public is simply un-Chiisti;
un-American and inhuman. .
one can share it who believes
the universal fatherhood of G
and the universal brotherhood
man ... It is born of the de
and is detestable."
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iPHi.fnc^Mi^ri
JEWS IN SPORTS
By HASKELL COHEN
Dr. Chaim Weizmann. President
of Israel, will ripen the first post-
war All-Jewish Olympic Games
in Tel Aviv, Israel, on September
29. The games will continue on
through October 10. in what is
described as being the biggest
stadium in the Middle East. The
tadiurr.. now under constru
is expected to accommodate
80,000 spectat -
y .;.: hi i been in-
vited 1 i "-:: nts : ln;
ng sp :>
by the W M ":- "
ved incl
tl States
Ausl Britain. Cai
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S uth Af ica. Swit: land. Trip-
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XV" pi int star, Ira Kaj I in
. iving a lot ft
nvincing the I i
ing judges that he mes in firsl
In order 1 nj 5U h .:.:':'.-
ulty in th< fu1 ..:. K
lazing ; -.: I s that hi
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the country. At the age of
twentv-two. he was covering a
regular sports beat for the Sun
and was being pushed rapidly to
the fore by sports editor Wilbur
Wood when the Sun set.
In appearance Goldstein looks
like a kid of seventeen or l '
teen. It is only when "
talking sports or writmg in ^K
f^yle that people have to b*ii
that he is older than he an?**
, One of the leading upsta&-
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Lodge President
ffamet Aides
cam Kessler, president of
Tropic;,l Lodge, B'nai B'rith, has
announced the committee ap-
Dointments in his group for the
Joining year Kessler Louis
shein and Seymour Brenner
will act as delegates to the Great-
er Miami B'nai B'rith Council,
and Keneth Knopman will head
tnP veterans' service program,
r,t the VA hospital.
' Dr. Lester Gordon will be chair-
man of the Anti-Defamation
League Committee and will be
Sid Paelro and Erwin
Berman. Leonard Uhr is chairman
of the Americanism and civic
affairs and Al Gleiberman will
head the Hillel committee. The
social committee is under the di-
rection i'f Marvin Metz, assisted
by Hal Kaye and Dave Moldan.
Other committees are: athletic,
Leonard Lipshutz, chairman,
Stanley Fa Ike: good and welfare,
Howard Levine; membership, Sid
King, chairman, William Herz-
brun: BBYO. Frank Zieve; pub-
licity, Al Budner. chairman, Julie
Mazelstein; -ommunity service
Seymour Brenner, chairman,
Stanley Falke, Keneth Knopman.
PAGE TWENTY-SEVEr
Sam Kessler, newly elected
Labor Zionists
To Hear Segal
Members of the Labor Zionist
movement of Greater Miami will
assemble Saturday evening,
March 4. at Kneseth Israel to hear
Louis Segal, general secretary of
the Jewish National Workers
Alliance and member of the
World Zionist Actions Committee,
speak on "The Political and
Economic Situation in Israel."
The two local branches of the
JNWA tendered a reception in
Segal's honor Saturday night at
the Mendelsohn's Lincoln Manor.
Over 200 members and guests at-
tended.
Kiiye and Moldan
. president of Tropical Lodge,
B nai B nth (center), received congratulations of Alvin Budner
ueit) as group meets to plan community service programs for 1950.
In photo (I. to r.) Budner, first vice president; Stanley Falke,
corresponding secretary; Kessler; Kenneth Knopman, third vice
president; and Howard Levine, second vice president. The group
willbe officially installed at a banquet late in March.
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PAGE TWENTY-EIGHT
hJmistncridiar
FRIDAY, MARCH i
Capitol Spotlight
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTONWhen Israel
Communists demonstrated against
Henry Morgenthau a number of
people in Washington paused to j
think about the plight of thi
Jewish people in the East-West
struggle.
"A real Jew can't support Com-
munism any more than a real
Catholic can be a Communist,'' a
high government official said
recently. The official is a Catholic.
It was"at an off-the-record dis-
cussion concerning the fate of
American Jews in the event of |
war with Russia.
Washington discussed Soviet-1
Israel relations. Some said Russia
was internally anti-Zionist but
externally pro-Israel. What about
the Russian vote for internation-
alization of Jerusalem? But then,
what about the flow of Czech
arms to Israel? There were in-
consistencies among the Comin-
form countries with regard to
Zionist emigration. Hungary and
Romania blocked Zionist activity
but Jews were leaving Poland for
Israel.
A former official of the Dis-
placed Persons C mmissi n. Ed-
:.: Glazi k, I Id the Senate
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J' ws, in C
tages" t .
th Israel
Th A :. an Federation I
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gress pu ; .-. S '
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porl ..'. nti-Semitis
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that the; I .-.-
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the Senate 1 til
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by th totalil hip in
"A vicious
it all J -
.: nt ii ipa t ions en I
in the USSR or with the people
of other countries.
-All citizens of Jew.
have been eliminated from th
Soviet occupation administrati s
in Austria and Germany. Jews
are no longer permitted to be
members of Soviet delegations
and foreign missions or to under-
go training for diplomatic
service."
Prof. Sergius Yakobson. chief
of the Foreign Affairs Section.
Legislative Reference Service. Li-
y of Congress, made known
the "results of a long study. He
reported "the current attitude
of the Soviet Union toward the
Jews has many of the character-
istics of traditional anti-Semit-
ism ."
Yakobson wrote ". although
it has recognized and entered into
diplomatic relations with Israel,
the Kremlin is determined : I
only to prevent the Jews in the
Soviet Union from emigrating to
the new state but even from sup-
porting or manifesting their sym-
pathy with their friends in Tel
Aviv.
"Co-incident with this opposi-
tion to Zionism within the Soviet
Union has appeared a chauvin-
istic prejudice against interna-
tional bourgeois culture or
cosmopolitanism" which is. to a
large degree, identified with
Jewry."
The professor traced the de-
ment of anti-Semitism in
Russia since the earlv 1940s, in-
cluding the suppression and
tion of Jewish cultural
life and the removal of Jewish
influence in the government
Anti-Jewish excesses developed
when Jews returned to their
homes in war-devastated regions
of the Soviet, according to the
report. ,
Yakobson charged that official-
ly inspired press attacks were
directed at the Jewish religion.
The novel. 'Years of Life.' by
Alexander Isbakh, was, for in- fourth among the
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