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The Jewish Floridian ( March 10, 1950 )

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$2,920 In Pledges Turned in By Combined -finish Appeal Workers At First Report Meeting liewiislb-IEIIiOipidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY PJME23 NUMBER 10 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1950 PRICE: TEN CENTS Lniel Frisch, ZOA President, Dies following Operation At Age Of S3 NEW YORK, (JTA)—Daniel Frisch, president of the Zionist nization 0 f America, died here early Tuesday at the Fesbylerian Hospital, following a major operation. He was l years old. Campaigners Hard At Work, Will Report Again Monday At the first report meeting on Tuesday night, only three Funeral services were Jield here Wednesday at noon. His days after the formal launching of the 1950 Combined Jewish Jewish state. On his most recent | Appeal, campaign workers turned in 3,954 pledges totaling $832,920. The goal is $1,481,146, of which $810,000 has been allocated to the United Jewish Appeal, major beneficiary of the campaign. hdv was escorted by a ZOA tleeation to Indianapolis where made his home. Funeral Irvices will be conducted in %  MJg (. ''it V Sol 1 Daniel Frisch Manapolis on Thursday at noon Iriorto interment. Mr. Frisch was 1 first president of the ZOA to |ie in office. Bor| in Palestine, Mr. Frisch i-as brought by his parents to llumania at the age of one and Immigrated to the United States 1921. During the past 30 years ( was active not only in the tionist movement in this country, but also in the fields of Jewish lommunal welfare and education. visit to Israel, he broke ground for the erection of the ZOA House at ceremonies attended by Premier David Ben Gurion and other high government officials. ZOA headquarters here today released the text of a letter which Mr. Frisch dictated from his hospital bed on the eve of his operation. The letter, addressed to the officers of all ZOA regions and districts, said: "You might find it rather strange that one who. like myself, is facing an unavoidable major operation, should dictate from his hospital bed a letter to his friends —but strange things do happen in life. I trust you will believe me when, standing at the crossroads of life in more than one Approximately 400 workers attended the meeting in Kaplan Hall of Temple Israel. Next meeting of the group will be held there on Monday at 8 p.m. At that time Richard Gartner, Israeli industrialist, will be principal speaker. Monday night's meeting will be dedicated to the trades unit of the drive. Co-Chairmen Aaron Kanner and Leo Chaikin urge all unit chairman to be present, as official campaign photographs will be taken. Enthusiasm ran high as substantial donations were reported, but William D. Singer, president Harry Sirkin and Joseph Gardner are co-chairmen. For the winter residents division, with a quota of $292,000, total of 78 pledges was reported by Jack Ablin, Jack Dubinsky and David Phillips, cochairmen. Challenged by Judge Morris Rothenberg, national co-chairman of the United Jewish Appeal, to meet "the standard of sacrifice and achievement that has become of calling on more than 12,000 prospects. -=^Judge Rothenberg, who JBW6 keynote speaker at the formal launching of the campaign at the Mayfair theatre Sunday morning, declared that "Jewish pioneers in Israel have performed miracles of achievement. They have taken the desert and made it flourish. They have redeemed the wastefor $184,9361 land and built settlements. They have applied modern industrial and agricultural methods to a backward land and made it the most advanced country in the entire Middle East." But Judge Rothenberg warned of the serious problem involved in absorbing hundreds of thouscommonplace in Israel," some ands of immigrants into the tiny sense, I tell you that I am conj 0 f the Greater Miami Jewish vinced that a strong ZOA and a vigorous General Zionism (not Zionism in general), are as indispensable todav to the welfare and growth of Israel, both as a state and as a people, as they have been. "During the nine months of my presidency, I have given the ZOA and the Zionist movement my very all. I have tried to manage the affairs of the ZOA without regard to past politics or any attempt to settle old accounts. I have tried to do my very best. I think I have earned the right to call on others to do theirs. "We are now facing the next convention. Believe me that, as I lie here, I have nothing on my Mr. Frisch attended most of the mind concerning personalities that mav compete for one position or another. All I am concerned with is that the dignity and power and usefulness of the ZOA should be reflected in the next convention. We must come to the convention with a treasury capable of carrying us through the lean summer months and with a membership as large, if not larger, than a year ago. For the ZOA cannot maintain its influence and its creativity without a large essicns of the World Zionist ongress during the past two Bccades. In 1934 he was elected lo the National ZOA. Administrative Council and later became its fcnairman. Until his election to the presidency of the ZOA in May, 1949, he served as vice president tn the ZOA and vice chairman of Its Inner Committee. During the nine months that he held office, Mr. Frisch visited Israel twice to ~ay the groundwork for the lunching of ZOA projects in the membership." Federation, warned that "the easy contributions were the first" and the returns will be slower from now on. The Rev. Stanley Grauel, Protestant minister who recently returned from Israel, told of the tremendous sacrifices being made there in accepting European and North African immigrant. He declared that the Jewish people of this country must assume their share of the responsibility for the refugees going to the Jewish state. The trades unit, with a quota of $933,800, has obtained 677 pledges for a total of $465,883, Co-Chairmen Kanner and Chaikin reported. Mrs. Carl Weinkle, chairman of the women's division with a quota of $118,000, reported 358 pledges which tally $60,764. Burnett Roth, Miami Beach area chairman, reporting for Mrs. Louis Glasser, metropolitan chairman, who was absent because of illness, announced 2,999 pledges for $13,574. This is the unit making a house-to-house canvass. Its quota is $75,000. The hotel division with a quota of $300,000 reported 132 pledges totaling $95,477. Joseph M. Rose. 1,000 volunteers enrolled in the appeal dug in Sunday for the job UN Trusteeship Unit Discusses Holy City GENEVA. (JTA)—The United Nations Trusteeship Council, which is currently on its second reading of a 1948 draft of an international statute for Jerusalem, will complete its consideration of the statute this week, but will then adjourn until March 19 before voting on it, it was learned here this week. Observers here believe that at that time it will be too late for the Council to undertake a discussion of ways and means of implementing the statute before the Council concludes its session on April 6—particularly in view of the fact that the Council has a good deal more business on its agenda besides Jerusalem. Under its present schedule the Council plans to meet again at Lake Success in the latter half of June. The prevailing opinion among members of the Council is that the body will be compelled at that time to turn back the entire problem of implementation of an international regime for Jerusalem to the General Assembly. state of Israel. "More than 375.000 ] newcomers have arrived since the state was proclaimed on May 14, j 1948," he said. "This represents i an increase of more than fifty percent in the population of the country in little more than a year land a half. And at least 180,000 | more will come during the current year." More than 85,000 immigrants 1 are still forced to live in tents and barracks in temporary reception camps, the speaker pointed out. "Conditions in the reception camps are getting worse," he said. "The heavy rains and the snows of the past month created the most deplorable conditions. Disease increased and many suffered from exposure in the bitter cold. At present, the food budget for immigrants is down to 50 cents a day, while clothing is on short rations and medical care is most inadequate. And as for permanent homes— funds are desperately needed to helD in the construction of houses and settlements to keep pace with the influx of immigrants." Dan Ruskin, campaign chairman, told the drive workers that "approximately 26 cents out of every dollar contributed 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." Brondeis University VWII Embark Upon $22,715,000 Ten-Year Campus Expansion Program ''s board %  announced. of trustees, has I,, Tn f master design, created by r* Urm of Saarinen, Saarinen r nd Associates, internationally prominent architects, will be pouted in two stages: the first filing for the erection of facilities r or the Brandeis University 'acuity of Arts and Sciences, and n f,K econd P rov 'ding for the needs wine university's projected provisional and graduate schools. It "anticipated that the entire exPUHon program will be competed by I960. U&£ sta 8 e of the building ana > „ wil1 ^ launched at once hL C ls for the erection of 30 ouiidmgs a t a cost of $ 13>2 i5,000. lali I c,,m P 1 eted it will include Itnrv e ? uired instructional, laboraIfcuii-. ousing ^ extra-curricular Brandeis University, one of the nation's newest institutions %  of higher learning, has adopted a master plan for the development of its 100-acre Waltham, Massachusetts, campus which %  provides for the construction of 50 new buildings (luring tne fnext ten years at a total estimated cost of $22,715,000, George %  Alpert. president of the univversi, ... „•„__ _..-.— u— stated that this second stage ot the master plan would probably call for 20 additional buildings which would cost approximately $9,560,000. Preliminary sketches for this portion of the expansion program have not vet been drawn. Speaking in behalf of the board of trustees, who had just voted approval of the plans, Alpert stated. "We who have taken part in the founding of Brandeis University are extremely pleased with the conception of the new Brandeis campus, long envisioned by the trustees and now so well designed by Saarinen, Saarinen and Associates. The enthusiastic reception with which Brandeis University has been greeted throughout the nation justifies our. confidence that the Saarinen plans will be realized in the near future. We understand, however, that in the last analysis this fine physical plant is only the structure within which the nation s first non-sectarian university to be established under Jewish sponsorship may realize its high academic objectives.' ..._.. Dr. Abram L. Sachar, Prudent of the university, declared, me c X tlos lor the undergraduate Suh Be -,? round wi be broken tinn 30 days for l be construcliarii;, a grou P ot residence pfiS' thC ** the MW a ftSw"^ wi announce at the K • daU bu "ing .plans for, and Tf g f WfflgtflMl graduate schools. Alpert acceptance of this master design for the future Brandeis University by the trustees, men of vision whose faith resulted in the establishment of the school little more than a year ago, manifests anew their confidence in the ideals of the university. It represents one more advance in the already rapid growth of our institution. It is a bold step, imaginatively executed and fully warranted by the realities of the university's early experiences. Plans for the new buildings, which are presented in a university publication "A Foundation For Learning:—Planning the Campus of Brandeis University, are characterized by modern functional buildings and the library Also located in the central portion of the campus is the creative arts center, dominated by a circular auditorium which will seat 2.000 and contains entrances on all sides. The library, for which funds have already been received, will contain 250.000 volumes and will be known as the Walter A. Jaffe Memorial. The unique chapel, reflecting in architectural design the university's non-sectarian principle, will preserve the integrity of each form of religious worship. Surrounding the quadrangle will be three clusters of dormitories, *ach eontajUUn* seven units. Each group will have its own dining hall, recreational facilities and reading rooms. An athletic plant, including a gymnasium, stadium and field house, is also provided in the plans. Other buildings included in the facilities for the Faculty of Arts and Sciences include a science building with laboratories, classrooms and lecture halls; a humanities building; and a student union, to serve as a social and recreational center for undergraduate students. The master plan was envolved under the direction of the Brandeis University board of trustees building committee. Chairman is Meyer Jaffe, of Fall River, paper manufacturer and prominent philanthropist. Serving are Jacob Shapiro, shoe manufacturer, and Alpert. Execution of the master plan and coordination of its various aspects will be under the supervision of Dr. David S. Brekowitz, director of university planning. The firm of Saarinen, Saarinen and Associates has long been prominent in architectural circles and Eliel Saarinen, senior member, was this month awarded the Royal Gold Medal for Architecture by the Royal Institute of British Architects. Winners of many famous architectural competitions, the firm has designed campus plans for William and Mary, Antioch and Drake University. Included among their other projects are the Tanglewood Music Shed and the Aspen Music Center. — Commenting on their desigl Brandeis University, Eero Saarinen noted. "It seems to us that j the architectural character of Brandeis University cannot be I loosely chosen from architectural | styles of the past. We must build I to express our day. It is our hope to find an expression of our culture that at the same time mirrors the Jewish cultural heritage. This is the challenge that makes the building group for Brandeis University one of the most interesting architectural problems of our time." Brandeis. which was named for the late Supreme Court Justice, Louis D. Brandeis, numbers Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, wife of the late President, Dr. Isador Lubin, prominent economist, and Dr. Paul Klapper. former president of Queens College, among its board of trustees. Its faculty includes Dr. Ludwig Lewisohn, internationally prominent author and literary critic; Dr. Max Lerner. well-known political scientist and other leading academic figures. It recently announced plans for the establishment of a school of music with Dr. Serge KousseviUky serving as consultant.



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PAGE TWO vjenist fkradfar. FRIDAY. MAPn, lf I'll Say... On Sunday. February 26th. a nati ma] U.J.A. assembly :;.•.: ..: the Sax ny :: Miami Beach. This impressive gathering .•: men and w,.men iv im B to Los Angeles was I le. An observec not but contemplate the scene with interest. Donors were prepared to give large sums so that inse< Jews of many lands may build a state as secure as their own strength together with the force of international law can make it. The New Generation But this conference presented other facets of the multiform Ji w 4a The thoughtful could not but marvel at the quick transformation of people so recent from the obscurant feudalism of Czarist Russia. Half century ago. the majority reflected the atmosphere of Eastern Europe and would have spoken with thick foreign accents. At the Saxony, onlv one visitor talked broken English, and he the aged father of A. Mazur, who contributed S500.000 to the 1949 campaign. Its Heritage In language and manner, this assembly gave the impression of folk living in the American milieu for generations. But this is merely superficial veneer. Actually, the rank and file of no other racial, religious, cultural, or national block in the American scene would shower such lavish sums with similar abandon. This merely demonstrates that a people cannot escape ::.past. Only a nation, whose ingrained habit of giving freely becomes second nature, could rise each year to its historic task of fund gathering. The ready response of individual gifts varying from SI to $500,000 is the result of an inherited folk concept that calls charity, not alms giving, but righteousness (Tzadaka i:s Reaction to 1ST A • interest is th new group pressing to the fore. The; ther charity mongers, noi Inge brethren Zionists Man\ y ung 1 n :.idle agi d, rig s| iril in Eretz Israel. have li approach to A United Jewish Appeal Conference On Miami Beach r... usnRY STMDNMOFF By HARRY SIMONHOFF Jew \ % % % %  -%  Seel bv what th see and hear. A n were remote from Jewisn l£t£S The .. h they read about in history or f iction. They %  t not thi • r compulsion, nor b> the in also Open Season for Large Donations In his definitions of a miracle, Webster mi v, have included "an abnormal concentration of f "* that coincide at the same time." The reh •iT*' Israel's Third Commonwealth and its progress can only be attributed to th ner necessitj I ir self res] Henry Morganthau. Jr. In a limited degree, the new strata is represented bv the former Secretarj of the U. S. Treasury Reared b'v a father wh 1 invoked hatred for his violent op:. of a Jewish Homeland, Henry Morganthau. Jr. should by right of inheritence be the head of the American Council for Judaism. But FDR's Hen:v the Morgue is doing a splendid job as Chairman of the U.J.A. A short resume of his :.,;;-,;•• • might help to spotlight the contrasting spirits of the two generations. His Father After World War I. the Polish Republic was set up 1 irgely through the efforts of the I". S. President, a century and half, the Poles had filled the world with their patriotic yammering and moody griping about persecution from the Russian Czars. But they celebrated their recovered freedom by immediately staging o _: ms. W drow Wilson was dumbfounded and appointed Morganthau. Senior, chairman of an investigating committee. The fact finding took on a ludicrous form. The US. Commissioners set in state. cross-examining Jewish victims in the presence of the police and the officialdom of Poland's newBureaucracy. It never occurred to the former ambassador to Turkey that Jews sticking out their necks would be in greatei danger after his departure than before his arrival. He virtually white washed the Polish hooligans and lectured the pogrom victims for their lack of Polish patriotism. No wonder the Rabbinate of Warsaw were on the verge of excommunicating the diplomat from New York. ^birth subsequ ent meeting of many unrelated factors. For install ^^ no time in human history was there a more op P Q C t' moment for collecting large sums Tor philanthr"^ purposes. By a peculiar freak, the more a pJ W earns, the less he keeps proportionately. Consequent* for people in high tax brackets, it is no great sacrifi to give large sums to the U.J.A. This is a peculij phenomenon altogether without precedent in th, history of philanthropy. Marshall Plan But a stranger phenomenon can be found in Ameri. can foreign policy. While every country is hoardini its cash, the U. S. is throwing about its billion with the largesse of a drunken lord. Thus, a genera, tion ago, directors of the Anti-Defamation Leagm would have considered it bad public relations to publicize on front pages the huge budget of $272,000,000 for the U.J.A. They would have advised against publishing the large individual contributions. Today, the sending of millions overseas coincides with American policy. Even the anti-Semite must bite his tongue and smother his chagrin at the prospect of American millions going to build up Medinas Israel. Future generations will not bother to look into history books for the causes of American post war political and economic policies. But they will talk about that series of phenomenal events, about that strange group of miracles that virtually forced vast sums into the United Jewish Appeal so that Israel might take its place among the nations of the worli ^ Mav To Speak At /ionisf linn Inoii %  Z. nd the A the to] %  '.' • r May. : • %  nat nal 2 %  1 1 nizal %  : ...: f thi Miami Beach 'Zionist Distri I n Wedli v. March 15, at 12 '. Mendelsohn's Lincoln Manor. Harold Shapiro, chairman, has announced. May, .'.;.. is a member of the W : Zionist Actions Committee. gradu %  Columbia Unity and a member of Phi Beta K.^ppa honorary society. He : the council Of Jewish Federations and WelFunds. and is honorary presid nl I the Southeastern Zi nist Organization of America. Toastmaster will be Harold Shapiro, and Zionist news will be reported by Murray Goodman. Serving on the arrangements committee will be Danield M. Broad. Paul Eisman and J. Goldstein. Purim Party Held The Chaim Weitzmann Chapter of Senior Young Judaea gave a Purim party at the home of Charlotte Glyck on February 28. A portion of the Megillah was read in English to the group. tio^CwmCkmlfoP. BEX KAMMI. Wishes to thank his many friends for their land expressions oi sympathy on the loss of his wife, the late YETTA KANDEL The AMERICAN PALESTINE SECURITIES COMPANY, Inc. having registered with the Florida Securities Commission as a broker-dealer in securities of ISRAEL, is interested in hearing from someone who is capable of acting as its exclusive sales representative in Florida, on commission only. This is an opportunity to participate in the economic upbuilding of Israel, on the highest level. Correspondence is invited from personable Jewish-Americans, with a genuine interest in Israel, with proven sales ability, and with unimpeachable personal records. The "person selected should have some knowledge of Jewish community life, and be able to speak to small audiences. If interested, please address the above at SO Broad St.. New York City. Ellis Abrams, son of Mr. ar.d I Mrs. Benjami Abrams. 1620 Pennsylvania Ave.. 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DA y, MAH CH_10, 1950 *K lewis* lh>rid/an PAGE THREE oeli Business Man Predicts Big 0 m In New State In 4 Or 5 Years Young Israel To Have First Bar Mitzvah iraej tremendous a businessman and I*;' ; ,;j: from the new Jl lid ^ Miaml Gartner said. The situation would be comparable to opening the borders of the United States to 50,000,000 immigrants in eighteen months, he said, and it has rein *. miming, lie saiu, aim 11 nas re,f Haifa, Issuited in terrific strains on supinternational plies of food, clothing and |ch former soldier Richard Gartner Ithe British and Israeli armies, Ivisiting Gi >ater Miami to ak al several jampaign funchsof *.he 1950 Combined Jewish peal. Ho is making his third i to the United States in 18 Qths. Alth ugh his trips here fce been on isiness, he makes qumt lecture appearances be. Jewish groups in the United fanner sums up his own career these words: "I was born in fnna. am an attorney by educan. a business man by profession wenl to Israel in 1932 as an ilist." He is J member of the lifa emergency council and |ds membership in the Haifa ambe: of Commerce. b a "pioneer" in his own nanal homeland in the 1930s, ;r worked on collective is and built roads During 1 War II, he was a major in [Jewish brigade of the British ny. and later a company comInder in Haganah, the Jewish RionaliM troops. Israel's biggest problem today [the "self-imposed emergency" used when the new nation pni lers to Jewish imgrants from .ill over the world. housing. Gartner's own five room apartment in Haifa is his in name only, he said. Fourth other families, immigrants from Czechoslovakia, Roumania, Morrocco and Syria, a total of 20 people occupy the flat. Gartner and his family stay in a hotel w.ier. they go to their home city. Despite Israel's present troubles. Gartner predicted a boom in four or five years. "Life takes care of itself." he declared, "and the new forces at work are i tremendous." He spoke of the great market and industrial potential created by the new immigrants. Israel's relations with its neighbors in the Middle East are a source of worry, Gartner admitted. The possibility of a "second round" in its war with Egypt "is nothing to be calm about," Gartner said. Gartner will be principal speaker at a dinner on Thursday night, March 9, at the Shelborne Hotel given by the Building Trades Division of the 1950 Combined Jewish Appeal. Co-chairmen of this division are Julius Games and Robert Turchin. On Sunday, at 11 a.m. Gartner will address the Apartment House Division at the Shelborre Hotel at a brunch. Co-chairmen for this affair are Ben Zion Ginsberg and Sol Goldman. Mrs. Courshon Will Be Games Party Hostess Mrs. Aaron Courshon will be hostess at a games party to be held at the Breakwater Hotel on Tuesday, March 21, at 1:30 p.m. for the Hannah Senesch Group of Hadassah. Assisting Mrs. Courshon will be the Mesdames Morris Alpert, Samuel Sapiro, Moses Kreiger, Nathan Kaplan, Irwin Weinstein, Lee Goldman, Max Dryer, Maurice Klein, Wm. Feuer, Rosenstein and Jack Swerdlin. Slioloni Women to Hear Prof. Hirsch Professor Sam. Hirsch of the University of Miami Drama Department will give a reading of the Broadway hit, "Anne of the Thousand Days," at the monthly meeting of the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom, on Wednesday, March 15, at 1:30 p.m. in the temple banquet hall, according to an announcement by Mrs. Alexander Robbins, sisterhood president. Dessert luncheon will be served. Professor Hirsch is the author of "Repple Depple" which is now being presented at the university's Box Theatre. Richard Kenneth Bloom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bloom, 3785 Chase Ave., Miami Beach, will be the first Bar Mitzvah at the Young Israel Synagogue, 40th St. and Chase Ave. A reception will follow the ceremony and relatives and friends are invited to attend. BONDED Scdtewuuteati ERMITE CONTROL LONDON ARMS Motel RdBOBBHI | *13 I DINING ROOM \DPEN TO PUBLIC ENJOY~OUR TRADITIONAL PASSOVER MEALS A Well Known Cantor will Conduct Holiday Services Immediate Reservations Suggested PHONE 5-1264 Under Personal Supervision of M. Kreisberg D. Bramson M. Sussman PARTY CATERING Attention For Your Convenience Place Your PASSOVER ORDERS As Soon As Possible With QUALITY KOSHER FOOD CENTER 1961 S.W. 8th Street Telephone 82-5001 We Carry a Full Line of PASSOVER PRODMCTS BONDED GUARANTEE •friiitii'nn'mitir 'MaLm ORKIN GUARANTEES __ lb DRYW00D TERMITE CONTROL EASY TERMS! v, •• 3 YEARS PAY! INSPECTION AND ESTIMATES WATCH FOR OUR PASSOVER SPECIALS PLACE YOUR ORDERS FOR KOSHER MEATS, TURKEYS. CAPONS Open All Day Sunday WE DELIVER Telephone 82-5001 2-l77 5 9 N. E. 13th St. MIAMI Company Owned Company Operated X? MPLE 1901 PEST c


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JEFOUR vJenist Fkridian I^^MAHanJ^J EDITORIAL / %  Ihinit I Vrisvh The untimely passing of Daniel Frisch, president of the Zionist Organization c: America thu week brought forth expressions of regret from all par:; of the country. Messages of condolences were issued by Jewish leaders on the occasion of Mr. Frisch's passu Dr. Nahum Goldmann, chairman of the Ameri Section of the Jewish Agency, in a wire tc Benjamin G. Browdy, acting president of the ZOA said that Mr. Frisch's "unlimited devotion to Zionist cause, his grasp of Zionist problems his unshakable faith in the necessity of a strong Zionist movement, his love for Israel and toi everything Jewish made him a source of stren for Zionist life." "The executive of the Jewish Agency," Dr. Goldmann stated, "with whom he worked in close cooperation, wants at this sad hour to express ::s full appreciation of the great services he renderec to Zionism and its deep grief at his suede:: and unpected death. His name and personality and the record of his achievements will remain alive in the history of Zionism. In his devotion cr.a enthusiasm he will remain an example for Z:or.:s:s all over the world." Henry Morgenthau, Jr., general chairman of the UJA, declared that Mr. Frisch "was imbued with a profound sense of the urgency of Jewish reconstruction overseas. His vigor and devotion in the service of his people will be keenly missed in the years ahead," he said. Dr. Israel Goldstein, president of the World Confederation of General Zionists, stated that the death of Mr. Frisch "at the height of his Zionist career is a shock to the entire Zionist movement." judge Morris Rothenberg, national chairman of the United Palestine Appeal, asserted that Mr. Frisch "dedicated his life to the development of a far-ranging program calculated to forge an unbreakable bond between the people of the Good Will Mt. Vernon is a suburb of that great i rne "KEEP HER FLYING—" United States and the Jews of Israel. The Zionist movement has lost a faithful and courageous leader who gave himself unsparingly for the welfare of his people," the statement said. The American Jewish Committee, in a statement issued by Jacob Blaustein, president, said that after Mr. Frisch's "life-long devotion to the cause of Zionism, he came to the helm of the ZOA where known as New York City. Like all "cities "ouS h it has churches, social and educational ce t some synagogues, a Jewish community orqal tion and other activities which make for conLr?! life. Like allcities Mt. Vernon occasionally W difficult to raise the wherewithal without Jwl institutions cannot exist. !" c For thirty-two years the Young V/orne' Christian Association of that city functioned h % modest building, extending its facilities to I who would come to its doors. To meet its need the organization annually conducted a campajm for funds. This year the campaign fell short and the Y faced the crisis of shutting down. And then it got a reprieve. The Jewish Com. munity Council of Mt. Vernon, learning of the straits in which the Y found itself, came to the rescue with a substantial contribution. Now th life and functioning of the Y is assured for another year. Jewish generosity thus saved a Christica institution. The lesson of the story is implicit. Whatever comment we may make can only detract from its significance. This story of good will in a community of Jew and Gentile speaks for itself he continued to serve the ideals so close to hit heart to the utmost of his ability and strength. The committee profoundly regrets the death of Daniel Frisch in the prime of his life," the statement said. The Zionist Organization of America will mis his valued leadership. At a time when the organization is facing the problem of charting id course and policy for the future the sincerity.of Daniel Frisch must serve as an inspiration to those taking over. Yeshiva University President Discusses Character And Place Of Rabbi In Religion By DR. SAMUEL BELKIN President, Yeshiva University ''• • rid author, la emlnenl id %  • %  ..' i : • • \i institution*! ; ':. %  %  : • H-hl • hi : %  ll i The Jewish faith is a democratic theocracy that recognizes the potential ability of every human being to commune with G-d. Man and his Maker reguire no intermediary. Judaism has, therefore, never known of any distinction between rabbi and layman with regard to ecclesiastical attributes or religious abbi is n< t %  ns. ility, nor < private door I god!.:,ss B th an equally esi n fulfilln ent of U] Jews by thi T might well ch ize him ..-. thi vords of the late G Foot I Doctor o! Law." The rabbinati without being an Jewish ministi rs. priesi I ns, has, m v< theli .-•'! the most profound Up ". the C0U1 >e : ..'• so much so, thai •. continuity may be said to depend upon the proper functioning of the rabbinate. If we understand the significance and meaning of the synagogue we can appreciate, all must, first, : %  the Bet H kri •• It .his duty to be f the J ty tains i %  I tivity, :. wnd nditi m -". .-: kes it in the us. The social inal function which is given a higher spiritual purpose i purely social secular activity, but a genuinely religious one. Again the rabbi must symbolize Bet Hatfilah:'" he must in his wn life personify Jewish piety. Above all, however, the rabbi must symbolize the "Bet Hamifor the reservoir from tu r VU.M._ .v v 1 • "'""• I'-" me reservoir irom the better the character and place which he draws his inspiration is of the rabbi in Israel. The rabbi the Torah. A rabbi, from the S K h t c stodian f lhe ldeals for }ustoric P oi "t of view, is one u-ho which the synagogue stands. He is imbued with the conviction of the centrality of Torah learning and Torah practice as the essence of Jndaism. Thus his true function is to be the Jewish scholar, the authority on Jewish Law. teaching the Torah to his community. There is more to the Torah than a cursory glance can reveal. Rabbi Judah once said that whoever translates a verse of the Torah in t hteralness is a falsifier, and he who makes additions or changes in it is a blasphemer. It is the rabbi who must bring to his people the hidden treasures that rest in the commentaries and that are contained in the rich :lories of Jewish learning If one claiming to be a rabbi does not have the profound knowledge of the Torah expounded in the Oral Law. and without "Smicha" or true rabbinic authority, therefore, is unable to forge a link in the precious chain of scholarship which is the rabbinate, tracing its W3V hark tn the Konl nn l. n t ... fJenist fhrkUan Published every Friday since 1927 by The Jewish Floridian at 120 N. E. Sixth Street. Miami 18, Florida. En. tered as second-class matt'r July 4, 1930, at the Post Office of Miami, Fla.. under the Act of March 3. 1879. The Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Tele, graphic Agency, Seven Arts Feature | Syndicate, Worldwide News Service. Natiorwl Editorial Association. Amerl. can Association of English.Jewish Newspapers, Florida Press Association. The Jewish FlnrMlan does not gurunnfe the Kashruth of the merj rh.m'lise advertised in Its columns. • SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One .Year $3.00 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 10 FRIDAY. MARCH 10, 1950 ADAR 21. 5710 way back to the beginnings of our spiritual existence, then he will either ignorantly falsify the essence of the Torah or constantly endeavor to change the Law in order to adjust it to his own outlook — indeed, an act of blasphemy. One must bear in mind that Judaism does not consist only of theological dogma. The rabbi is not simply a theologian trained to think of Judaism solely in terms of doctrines, beliefs and articles of faith. Theology, as a separate branch of study, has never been a central element in Judaism. Maimonides. for instance, in his commentary on the Mishnah, enumerates thirteen fundamental i doctrines which are. in his opinion, the basic elements of Jewish faith. Although developed I through deep study and earnest : reflection, accepted by the ma%  of Jews and incorporated • • prayer book, neither the recitation of these articles of faith nor of those developed by other Jewish scholars in succeeding generations was ever made obligatory. Through the irony of fate, the Yigda! hymn that contains Maimonides creed has become part of congregational singing. This is not io say, as have some modern scholars, that since Judaism requires no confession of faith, it has, then, no dogmas at all. On the contrary, Maimonides' articles of faith are fundamental beliefs of Judaism. Judaism does I not. however recognize abstract l beliefs in themselres as the fund. amentals of its religious life. It is the duties and obligations revealed in the Torah that are the fundamentals of Judaism. Maimonides. for example includes belief in the Existence and Unity of G-d as two of the six hundred and thirteen positive and negative commandments These tw.. commandments surely cannot | be fulfilled by simply saying "I | believe in the Existence of G-d i^" n he Unity of G-d." It is | no the theoretical and theological belief in G-d's existence that is j the fundamental element, but the 'acceptance of "the yoke of the Kingdom of Heaven." Is j s through practical obedience to the win of. G.d as man jf esl( d in the Torah that a Jew reveals his GT nH ge ,,, 0f ,the ^tence of y-cl ..nd the Lnity of G-d. In i" d a ,!m theol gy Per-se has no meaning unless interpreted in eEnn C h ndUCt in tcrms of its eitect on human activity. A proselyte who desires initiation into the fold of Judaism is I fcStrt lnstru ed ^ articles of 'Anl u' n abslr act thelogical dogmas, but in the duties of the Torah. in the "minor and major" Le m i m f" d t mem .f u Ra 5 bi Judah haLevi write* "We do not accept a person who enters our religion through confession alone. We require deeds, including within the meaning of that term self-restraint, purity, study of the Law, circumcision, and the performance of other duties commanded by the Torah." Salvation in Judaism is not obtained by acceptance of theological dogma alone, but through the genuine love of G-d that fulfills itself in action, in the observance of the Law. Judaism has never endeavored to formulate a definite body of articulated and systematized abstract theology. The existence of G-d as a father in heaven, who bestows his guidance in particular and universal providence, is not a matter of speculation, but a living reality. The Torah. as the revealed Word of G-d. is not a matter of academic dispute. It is to the understanding of the law of the Torah as a divine way of life that Jews have concentrated their entire energy. Yeshivot were, therefore, never "Theological Seminaries," but schools in which Torah in all its manifestations was studied. For this reason, the "Yeshiva Rabbi" symbolizes, above all, Torah learning and Torah practice. As one who is trained in the Halakha, he knows the true meaning of the Law and as one who. has knowledge of the Hagadah he can explain the higher moral and spiritual purpose that one fulfills by the observance of its precepts. This position is occupied today only by the rabbinate in America with traditional Semicha. After watching the antics of numerous so-called "Rabbis," the American Jewish community, now reaching maturity, has learned to admire the disciplined attitude of the young. American. Orthodox rabbi in his personal and community life. Our "Yeshiva Rabbis" are quickly coming to the fore, as the true leaders of American Jewry. II The Rabbi and :\e Community There are certain problems. however, with which we must seriously concern ourselves Firstly, the rabbi alone, cannot be the symbol and embodiment of those things which Judaism requires from each of its members. He cannot be the sole guardian of Jewish ideals nor the community agent for the observance ot Torah. Yet how often have we heard tell of communities that are unable to provide a kosher home for the rabbi whom thev need i. e h quested : if that be his need. The members of the synagogue understand fully that the .abbi must observe Kashrut, but see no thing wrong, in their own negative attitude towards its observance. The rabbi thus becomes not only the representative of the Jewish community and the authoritative interpreter of Jewish tradition but the sole personification of things Jewish. Thi! present-day gap between the rabbi and the laity with regard to religious observance is one of our most challenging problems. One of the peculiar results of this situation is the assumption by the laity of certain prerogatives not within its purview. The rabbinate, is carrying out its duty of teaching Torah and Judaism, has always been the accepted authority and guide for Jewish life. No matter how observant or learned a community might have been, all questions pertaining to synagogue practice and religious observance were always decided by the rabbi. Even in those communities where layman were as learned as the rabbi—for the rabbi has no monopoly on learning—his ruling was always accepted. Was it not for this purpose that he had been chosen by the community as its leader? Today, however, when ourlaitr openlv admits its lack of JewisB learning and its laxity, of observance.—perhaps, because of those verv factors—it has relegated to itself the authority of decision m matters of religious law—an authority which belongs only to w rabbi, bv virtue of his "Semicna —his training and knowledge. When, for example, a community desires to build a ne* synagogue or schoolhouse, ine rabbi becomes the prime move in the campaign. functlonilW" the leader, the worker and m raiser. But when fundament* questions arise concerning structure of the synagogue ,m tvpe of instruction to be given the school and matters; of s> !" gogue worship which bora along the fundamentals of Jew law, the members of the congre gation assume the author,t> e take decisions by vote. s > naR f n|e boards disregard the rabbi. W to abrogate traditional standard of the synagogue and mt. g features which are. anti-Je* in character. Majority iuie hat c.omes Jewish Law! Bu of WJ value is majority rule decisions negate the laws ol u Torah, and destroying Je tradition, destroy Judaism, W The great Jewish scholar. Nachmanides, was nc !, aiori ty, whether the rule of tbMJfJS the accepted norm in Je '*' can oe applied to the opinions many general practrtionert (Continued on Page



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L^v MARCH 10,1950 ^Jenisfi Fk>ridrfann PAGE FIVE Campaign Camera UJA Broadcast Set "An American in Israel." a transcribed playlet starring Melvin Douglas, noted star of stage For WGBS Friday Night and screen, will be heard over station WGBS at 10:30 p.m. on Friday, March 10. v niviSION DINNER HELD, Spurred on by f g > Leon Shift: Pierre Mande, concert violinist; Marcel Chiland, tenor, Joseph Shreibman in the first performance of his "Hebrew Fantasy:" Miami Beach Jewish Community Center Choir, conducted by Ben Yomen; Evelyn Samuels, soprano; and Murray Philip's "Wandering Minstrel." At the piano accompanying the artists will appear Anyuta Melicov. Margaret Ben Yomen, Olga Stein and Julius Samuels. Dr. David Andron will act as program commentator. The (impositions to be presented will run the gamut of '' isic, including four first nces, bringing to Miamians the music of Zucca. Ha' 1. Snipolitzky, Weizer. Aehrnn. Wilensky, Low and Weinbi %  ^rnts for this event are ln the mds of Ben Yomen, Margaret Ben Yomen and Louis Scnwartzman, executive director n .' the Bureau of Jewish Education of Greater Miami. The youth of Greater Miami will celebrate Jewish Music Month at the vouth.music festival to be held at Temple Beth Sholom on Sunday, March 19, at 3 p.m. The youth festival will center around "The Parade of the Jewish Holidays" bringing to parents and children the music of Passover, Shavudtb, .Simchas Torah, Tu Bishevat. Chanuka, Purim and Sabbath, with a special prologue an -d epilogue. The program will also include two films on Jewish music. Paiticipating in the festival will e the choirs of the Hebrew Academy, Beach YM & WHA, Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, Congregation Beth El, solo instrumentalists of Beth David Congregation, and Israeli dancing by the Habonim group. Nathan Schoenfeld To Become Bar Bitzvah Nathan Schoenfeld, son of Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Schoenfeld, 1529 S.W. 16th St., will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, March 11, at 9 a.m. at the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. The Talis, Twillum and Prayer Book which the young man will use for the ceremony are gifts of his maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reich, who are here from Parksville, N. Y., for the event. Nathan, who is a student at Shenandoah Junior High, will address the congregation and Rabbi | Simon April will respond. Relative and friends are invited to attend. HOTEL BUFFET SUPPER PLANS SET With Mrs Jennie Grossinger and Al and Walter Jacobs as sponsors, plans were made for a fund-raising buffet suoper for the Hotel Industry on Saturday night, February 4th at the Lord Tarleton Hotel. Planning the affair were: Seated (I. to r.) Joseph H. Gardner. Joe Rose. Mrs. Grossinger, Al and Walter Jacobs. Standing (I. to r.) Aaron Courshon, Supper Committee chairman; William Glick, campaign director and N. Doug Raff. Radio Commentator Gabriel Heatter was featured speaker at the affair. Tropical Lodge To Seat Leaders Tropical Lodge, B'nai B'rith. will install officers for 1950 at banquet ceremonies on Sunday, March 12, at 7:30 p.m. at the Raleigh Hotel, 1777 Collins Ave. Seymour Brenner is general chairman of the event and Mr. and Mrs. Budd Cutler and Irving Cypen, past presidents, will serve on the reception committee. In charge of seating will be Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Falk, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Knopman and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kessler. Leonard Uhr is in charge of reservations, assisted by William Herzbrun. Reservations may be made by calling Mr. Uhr at 86-3869. Sam Kessler will be installed as president of the lodge. Something New Every Garment Spra-Spotted Before Cleaning. This Expensive Process Has Been Added—But the Price To You Is Still — .Ribbon 79 Dresses C Plain 45 Trousers We can do ALL your Laundry & Dry Cleaning FREE PICK UP AND DELIVERY PHONE M7S3 3-0754 1403 N. W. 7th Ct. Mrs. Hendlin Honored Mrs. Philip Hendlin, who will leave shortly for Washington, D. C, to make her home with her children, was honored at a luncheon and card party given by the Sisterhood of Congregation Beth El on Wednesday at the Dora August Memorial Hall. Mrs. Jack Shapiro, president of the sisterhood, presented her with a gift from the organization. BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER! Make your reservations now for %  Glorious Hobday at the STRATH-HAVEN HOTEL 411 OCEAN DRIVE SthTradition. Dietary Laws are observed. RATES ARE VERY REASONABLE TELEPHONE 5-4631 Your Hosts SAMUEL KUPPERMAN LOUIS N. LECHNER CtNCHAL ADMISSION tl.OO ClUB TERR ACE SJ-SO %  % %  Fi — BUS SERVtfE DIRECT TO*CATES • wo Mwoa *mmn BEAUTIFUL SATURDAY'S CLASSIC! $7500 HORNING HANDICAP for three year olds and up One Mile and a Furlong Post Time 1:45 p.m mutant**' PARK NORTH OF MIAMI ON FEDERAL HIGHWAY No.l



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PAGE SIX fattoft fk>ridian fl^AY^ARCHj,), Evelyn Koppelman To Become Bride —Ardmort Erelyit Koppelman Mr. and Mrs. Leon Sherman of Louisville, Ky.. have announced the engagement of Mrs. Sherman's sister. Evelyn Koppelman. to Kurt Enfield. son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Enfield. 1701 Michigan Ave.. Miami Beach. The bride-elect formerly of Louisville, is the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Myer Koppelman. After graduating from Louisville Girls' High School, she attended the University of Louisville. Mr. Enfield graduated from Buxton College, England and served as an army combat photographer in the Pacific. He JS now operating Enfield's Camera Shop in Miami each. The wedding will take place May 14 in Miami Beacn where the couple will reside. 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Y., spent a month with his son, Arthur, 2018 S.W. 17th St. The elder Mr. Schaflel is in the furniture refinishing business in New York. %  The bris of Tod Nathan Aronovitz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Aronovitz, was held Monday morning at Mount Sinai Hospital. Sandek was Charles Aronovitz, the baby's grandfather, who, with Mrs. Aronovitz, came from Key West for the ceremony. Godparents were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Richman of Manning, S. C, maternal grandparents. Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiated. Mr. and Mrs. ]. Perlumtter of New York are recent Palm | Beach guests. Mr. Perlmutter is a former president of the United Synagogue of America. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Insler of West Palm Beach announce the birth of a daughter, Jochebecl. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thompson Jenrette of West Palm Beach announce the birth of a son, Charles Ronald. Mrs. Jenrette is the former Shirley Cohen. Mr. and Mrs. Barnett I. Plotkin and Mr. and Mrs. Mack Feingold of Philadelphia; Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Coleman and Mrs. Sarah Getz, Allentown, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Abrams, Atlantic City, are here to attend the unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Isaac H. Goldmann. While here, they are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kaufman, 7600 Harding Ave., Miami Beach. Vacationing with Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Komoroff, 1612 S.W. 11th St., are Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Duke and Mr. and Mrs. i Jack Shein of New York. Mr. Duke is a brother of Mrs. Komoroff. I The Dukes and Sheins are planning to become Florida residents. The bris of Charles Zadik Shapiro, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold G. Shapiro, was held Wednesday. March 1, at the home of his parents, 115 Sarto Ave., Coral Gables. The baby's maternal grandmother is Mrs. Charles Weintraub of Coral Gables. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Morris Shapiro of Miami. Sandek was Charles Stein, the baby's great uncle; godparents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Segal; mohl, the Rev. Philip Fried. Manuel Stein of Hampton, Va., Mrs. Shapiro's brother, was here for the event. Dr. and Mrs. David S. Andron of Miami Beach and Loon Lake, N. Y., announce the birth of a son on Saturday, March 4, at Mount Sinai Hospital. + The honorable Joseph Altaian, former Atlantic County judge and thrice elected mayor of Atlantic City, N. J., and Mrs. Altman have arrived at the Versailles hotel where they will vacation for the next four weeks. Mrs. Minna Cohen was recently married to Joe Kate. The newlyweds are residing at 6950 Byron Ave., Miami Beach %  Announcing the birth of a son, Hayes Z., are Mr. and Mrs Leonard Merlin, 542 Jefferson Ave.. Miami Beach. The baby was born Tuesday at St. Francis Hospital. pre-Possover KafV W 5 O VER "SStt CLEANING "MH& by ROKEACH* • JSJo f ?, UR,NG ^ WDER '' household fosfcs KOKO ... for file, porcelain, enamel ,TS ROKEACH ITS KOSHER! Distributed by 14 N.E. 24th St., Miami 37, Fla. Phone 3-6866 PLAZA South End Wash. Ave.. Miami Beach. 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She is a member of the American Dental Assistants Association. Mr. Ungar graduated from the University of Miami, where he was a member of Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity. Betrothal Announced The betrothal of Miss Joamej Naiman to Louib Lribovi:, son if] Mrs. T. Rose Leibovit of \ Palm Beach, has been announced! by her mother, Mrs. Rita Nairn*! of New York. Mr. Leibovit is an honor grad-4 uate of the University of Flonda-I Law School. During the war, at] served in the -air force. His fiancee is an alumnaaf| Grier School, Tyrone, Pa., and a j University of Miami. JEROME B. JACKSON Certified Public Accountant announces the opening of his office 1514 Congress Building Miami, Florida • 9-0461 Flavor appeals to Baby! From the first spoonful of solid food, give your baby Beech-Nut. No baby foods offer higher quality or finer flavor than your baby gets in Beech-NutCereal, Strained and Junior Foods. Babies love them—thrive on them! 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rn v MARCH 101950 Eg Amy Adclson, Dr. Earl Shcff United Ceremony At Mendelsohn's Manor On Sunday afternoon at 4 p.m. Miss Amy Adelson became the bride of Dr. Earl Sheff. Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated at the ceremony which took place at Mendelsohn's Lincoln Manor. The bride, formerly of New York, is the daughter of Mrs. Jeannette Adelson, 173 North Shore Dr., Miami Beach. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs Edith Sheff, Charleston, W. Va. Given in marriaee by her uncle, Louis Rifkin of New York the bride wore a period gown of candlelight satin. The fitted bodice featured a sweetheart neckline outlined with seed pearls and the fulle skirt ended in a Cathedral train. Her fingertip veil of illusion fell from a satin crown, and she carried a bible adorned with orchids and lilies of the valley. Maid of honor for her sister was Miss Ruth Adelson, who wore an ankle length gown of Wedeewood blue marquisette and satin. She carried an arm bouquet of American Beauty roses. Sue Ann Preiser, niece of the bridegroom, served as flower girl in a gown of vellow taffeta. Alexander Preiser of Charleston, was best man. Mrs. Joseph Stone of New York kept the bride's book. The bride's mother greeted euests at the reception which followed the ceremony in a gown of aqua crepe and wore an orchid corsage. The former Miss Adelson attended schools in New York, is a graduate of the Jewish Hospital of Brooklyn Training School for Nurses, and attended Florida State College for Women and the University of Miami. For the past three years she has been on the nursing staff of the Alton Road and Mt. Sinai Hospitals. Dr. Sheff. who served in the Naval Air Corps for three and a half years, attended schools in Charleston, and is a graduate of the Illinois College of Chiropody, Chicago. He is a member of Beta Tau Alpha fraternity. Out-of-town guests included Dr. and Mrs. Jacob Saltzman, Waterbury, Conn.; Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Preiser and daughters, Patricia and Sue Ann, Wheeling, W. Va.; Samuel Berman, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Berman, Charleston, W. Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Freedman, Detroit, Mich.; Mrs. Joseph Stone, Mrs. Harry Heller, Harry Kaplan, Dr. and Mrs. Edwin Silverman, Mrs. Pauline Tanenbaum, New York, and Mrs. Isidore Flashner, Boston, Mass. After a honeymoon through, the Southeastern states the couple will reside in Charleston. Iggfgfl flrrirti^n PAGE SEVEN Cast Of 29 To Appear In The Mikado/ Production To Benefit U-M Hillel Unit Mrs. Earl Sheff rew Academy to licate Scroll special dedication ceremony [the Scroll to be presented to I Hebrew Academy by Mr. and Samuel M. Grundwerg of ni Beach will be held Sunday, ch 12, at 8 p.m. at the acaky auditorium. Dr. David S. Iron, president of the academy, I act as chairman. 1 original two-act musical play [Hebrew will be presented he pupils of the academy. The L written by Mr. and Mrs. puaStadlan of the faculty, will directed by Miss Edna Sachs I the dramatics department. tph Schreibman will accoms at the piijuo. nildren between the ages of It and 11 who will appear in I presentation are Sherryl fenbaum, Ophra Chill, Donna pvsky, Rose Berman, Bruce ulson, Joseph Lauer, Sandy Iron, Seymour Spolter, Melvin Is, Tamra Mamches, Valerie fcches, Mary Sue Weinberg, P Josephi, Samuel Feder, W Ashkenazi, Melvin Baltuch, win Cimcnt. Shirah Skop, nim Mescheloff and Melvin iLIEVE IT IT'S TRUE IF A SE*?. FAMILY MAN % % %  • %  '"• %  -.' %  'II! 1 ,* 1 ?'!*?! Mrs. Walter Rawlson Louise Gans Wed To Walter Rawlson Rabbi Irving Lehrman"s study was the scene of the wedding of Miss Louise Gurus to Walter Rawlson on Friday. February 3. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan H. Cans, 2531 S.W. 14th St. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Rawlson, 2633 S.W. 7th Ave. The bride was attired in white linen with boat neckline and lace trim. Her fingertip length veil fell from a floral head piece and she carried a white bible topped with white orchids. Matron of honor was Mrs. Elsie Kanof of Fort Story, Va., sister of the bridegroom. The bride's brother, Sheldon Gans, was best man. A reception at the St. Moritz Hotel followed the double ring ceremony. The former Miss Gans graduated from Miami High School and attended Florida State University. Mr. Rawlson is also an alumnus of Miami High and will graduate from the University of Miami in June. A navy, veteran with service overseas, he belongs to Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity. Out-of-town guests at the ceremony were Mrs. Goldie Suher, Springfield. Mass.; Mrs. Bertha Richard, Boston, Mass.; Mrs. Betty Rochman, New York; Mr. and Mrs. Irving Kanof, Fort Story, Va. Following a short honeymoon, the couple is at home at 1935 S.W. 7th St. [MARRIED IN 1939 TO OSEMARY TOWNLEY. &HTER OF PIONEER F L0RlDlAN. Israelite Center To Have First Bar Mitzvah First Bar Mitzvah to be held at the newly erected Israelite Center at 3198 S.W. 24th Terr. will be that of ..Charles S o m mers. son of Mr. ( and Mrs. Samuel .Sommers. 3750 N.W. 2nd Terrscheduled for Saturday. March 1^111, at 9:30 a.m. -*" %  The confirmand is a student at Citrus Grove Junior High School. Mr. and Mrs. Sommers will be hosts at a reception at their home. NOW HAS HAPPY HOWE WITH TWO SONS... JOHN. A6E 8 BRUCE. A3E 6 1 Jke yours a Double -Duty Vote FORFLO/t/M -FORAMFR/M GEORGE SMATHERS Your U. S. Senator Opera Guild of Miami Presents All-Metropolitan Opera Cast KURT BAUM ROBERT WEEDE MARY HENDERSON HUGH THOMPSON in "PAGLIACCI" SECRET OF SUZANNE" MIAMI HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM MARCH 18. 20. 22 FORT LAUDERDALE. MARCH 24 TICKETS: Burdine'a 3rd fl., near bndfle. Pohne 9-1332; Miami Beach Radio Co., Miami Beach Fed I Savina A. Loan; Amidon in Coral r, ah Irs Ft Lauderdale: Munc Shop PRICES; S2.46. $8.08. $3.69. 14.31. $4.92. Tax included. A cast of 29 will appear in "The Mikado. the Gilbert & Sullivan operetta, to be presented on Tuesday and Wednesday. March 21 and 22, with proceeds earmarked for the new Hillel Foundation building on the University of Miami campus. According to Mrs. Irwin Weinstein. director of the production, the Tuesday show will be presented at Ada Merritt High School for the convenience • of town audiences, while the Wednesday performance will be shown at the Miami Beach High School to accomodate Beach residents. Cast in leading roles are some of the outstanding dramatic stars in this area, including Donald Kaplan as Nanki Poo. Kaplan is known for his performances with the Music Cirus where he has been featured in such productions as "Bittersweet" and "The Vagabond King." Featured in the role of the Mikado will be Richard Gordon, while "Lillian Steen. known to local radio and nightclub audiences, will play Yum Yum. Ruth Polinsky will be Pitti-Sing and Iris Solomon will portray Katisha. Al Murray is cast as Ko-Ko and Robert Goldstein will appear as Poo Bah. The comic role of TishTush will be played by Carl Lipschutz. Men's chorus will include Fred Runer, Irving A. Weiss, Herman Rubin, Saul Kline. Jack Edwards. Sandy Vernick. Ray Silverman. Hank Zibman, Al Gluck and Stanley Seigel. Women's chorus will include: Bessie Harrison, Beverly Ann Falk, Beatrice Goldstein, Hilda Seitlin, Lois Halpern, Bobby Davis, Selma Gross. Lola Tannanbaum, Irma Schwartz and Melba Simon. Dr. Donald Michelson. director of the Hillel Foundation, is lending professional assistance indhe choral rehearsals. Harold 'Friedman and Alan Kessler, members of Sholem Lodge, are assisting with promotion, publicity and ticket sales. ,. 3 A site for the new Hillel House at the University of Miami campus has already been selected according to Walter C. Kor'ner. president of the Hillel Advisory Council. Present quarters of the Hillel Foundation are located in A two story building at 3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd.. where Director Michelson plans and provides social, cultural and religious programs for Jewish students. GODFREY K. NEWMAN Marriage Announced Announcement has been made i of the marriage of Miss Clara Gewertz to Archie Brick on Fri\ day, March 3, at the home of Rabbi and Mrs. Irving Lehrman. Rabbi Lehrman read the service. Following a brief honeymoon in Havana, the newlyweds are residin Miami Beach. Mr. Brick is secretary of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, vice president of the Miami Beach YM & WHA and a member of the board of governors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Prominent attorney, president of the Miami Beach B'nai B'rith, and treasurer of the Miami Beach Bar Association, says: "To a busy man. a good travel agency is essential. I can pick up my phone—-call FARR—and my travel problems untangle like magic." FARR 'A Reliable Name in Travel" May the Memory of This Great Jew and Martyr In the Cause of Zion Daniet Frisch Spur All of Us to Renewed Dedication and Service To Our Great Movement Which He So Unselfishly Served To the Very End Miami Zionist District HERMAN SIEGAL. President I %  %  %  With Profound Grief We record the untimely passing • of our beloved National President Frisch imei whose devotion to Zion will live on in the heart of every Jew. May the Lord comfort the bereaved among the mourners of Zion and Jerusalem. ZIONIST ORGANIZATION OF AMERICA MIAMI BEACH DISTRICT ALFRED STONE, President rfMi IBWnBBRHMIMMNBsl



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PAGE EIGHT *.t**uhntrkttan Beth David Plans Minstrel Show Afti c .' %  • -' %  reheai sing planning the Beth Sisterhood and Cong sent a S '•' %  •" %  '• Mt. Sinai To Hold Dinner March 16 A dirt 6, at 7 i %  • %  • i i %  • 3 I ting I< ficit. Sinci : %  4. it has gi' ....... ... 1..00 patients ; to Samu ferti n ensus oi 200 was r< p rted. Chairman of the benefit is Bai n de Hirsch Meyer. H ssisi | by Li nard A. Jack A. Ablin. Mitchell W > n, Sam Blank. J. Gerald im D. Sir M me Seli man. ert Schwarz is in : ticket sales for the ary. Pictured above are the Chaim Cuties. members of the> Chaim We^zman Charter of Senior Td Judaea who entertained members of the Henr.et a Szold Chapter of Hadassah with Israeli^ dances Shown (1. to r.) are Nancy Rothman. Giloa Goldstein Rhoda Feldman. Charlotte' Ann Broad Barbara Rothman. Martha Becker and Barbara H.llman. narrator. Libbij F M n %  • Miami C %  : | ttion : Safei 5 Will 1 %  : %  The f Leon Shifi n danc< ". vailable at 1 D v I ffice. 135 N.W 3i 1 Ave.. and by contacting the ticket chairman. Mrs. Max Bi rg... 3-5837. P: ceeds will g t ward the •'.etion of the new Beth David. Person Sought Information is being sought about the present whereabouts of Dr. Samuel Baumgarten. born 1892 in Poland. He arrived in the United States some time in 1920. and is thought to be residing somewhere in Florida. He is a relative of Jacob Barber. Hebrew teacher, born in Poland 1893. Anyone having information is requested to contact the Miami Section of the National Council of Jewish Women at 3-6554. Mrs. Shapiro Retires Mrs. Sonia 3 f t he S s: Beth %  n rganiz threi m d due to th tivi.'.; -..-. Shapiro ti< s. Fart Lavderdale I nil Plans llniii-r "Nauti-Nymphs," a mixed team of 40 swimming and diving stars. will provide the entertainment at a dance and water show to be held at the Cabana Club of the Hollywood Beach Hotel Sunday j evening by the Sisterhood of. Temple Emanu-El of Fort Laud-) erdale and Hollywood. Hollywood members of the | committee include the Mesdames Herbert Eaton. Sam Gross George Pollitz. Jr.. Harry Rich and Albert Schaffner. Mrs. Marius Ranson of Fort Lauderdale. wife of Rabbi Ranson. is the chairman. Tickets may be obtained from members of the committee or at the gate on Sunday evening Dancing is scheduled from 8:30 to midnight. Mi or hurt Weiss Moves Of flees Sherburt S. Weiss, young Miami attorney, announces the removal of his offices in the [ngraham Building to new offices sociation with Sanford M. Swerdlin, 543 Seybold Building. Weiss, a graduate of Ohio em University, received>his LLB degree in 1940 and at that was admitted to the Ohio After serving five years in the army, with 30 months oversi as duty as captain in the divisi m, he c i n< to Mi.ma in 1946 and was admitted to the la B..1 in December of 1943. "Shurby," as he is so well kn >wn to all his friends, is i a active member of Sholem Lodge and a member of the Miami .". wish Community Center, having taken part in several of their variety shows. He is also a member of the Men's Club of Temple Israel. He resides with his mother, Mrs. Rose Weiss, at 610 S.W. 18th Ave. Kadiniah Thai To Meet Mondi Kadimah Chapter of Women will meet Thi March 9. at 8:30 p.m. at the] Hebrew School and Conm Mrs. Michael Fiedler, chairman, is in charge program, which will include! dish and Hebrew songs com by Mrs. Yetta Silver in t tion of Jewish Music "Miracle of Safad" will b<| rated by Mrs. Bea Jaffer. t one-act play, "Purim on { will be presented. Inthetj the Mesdames I l.n-ry Albert liam Berson. Murray Minna Goldblatt, Dave Hi Fred Sandier, Leon Schei Helen Stern. The Haboniml will present Israeli danca.1 Sherburt S. Weiss IN THE MAIL Mrs. Wrfnstein Committee Heads to Meet To ltv i\v Book A meeting of committee chairmen of the Hollywood Chap' B'nai B'rith organization has been called for Tuesday evening. M h 14. at the home of Barry Lipsitz. Slated to attend are Eileen Bohrer and Norma Rosenberg, social chairmen: Howard Scharps. al Morton Reiss. civic: Michael Jurmaine and r Zinn, cultural and relii. Barbara n Alexander Breslau. nbi rship. Mrs I. M. Weinstein will reVincent Shei .-. Lead Kindly Light" at the 'Friday Review" to be given by the Hannah : Senesch Group of Hadassah on Friday. March 10. at 1:30 p.m. at the Temple Beth Sholom. according to Mrs. Sol Leslie. ; dent. The group sponsors the reviews the second and fourth Friday of each month. John Hersey's "The Wall" will be reviewed "on March 24. Participating in plans for the Hadassah Youth Aliyah luncheon to be held at Copa City on Monday. March 13, at 11:30 am are the representatives of the Hannah Senesch and Henrietta Siold groups pictured here. Shown (1. io r.) are Mrs. Nathan Kaplan Mrs. Aaron Courshon. Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro, Mrs. Isabel Altholz The program will include talks by Hugh McDonald, former fighter in Hagannah, and Mrs. Albert Gitlow. national chairman for JNF A film. "Land of Their Own." produced by Hadassah in Israel" will also be shown. *"'• Thanks Editor, Jewish Floridian: As a D.P. and refugee. I wish to thank you for publishing in your issue of March 3 a list of unemployed seeking jobs in Greater Miami. May I call to your attention that the limitation's and defects of each job seeker could have been left out. In some cases, it was notice to the would-be employer not to hire the applicant. A conference between the would-be employer and the prospective job seeker would disclose the defects, which sometimes look more serious on paper than they actually are. But you should be commended for the I space you gave and your good will. I also want to congratulate the Social Service Bureau for putting in an employment agency in the organization. This has been necessary for a long time. Jewish individuals and organizations should understand that the D.P. refugee has no easy time to find a job. While I do not say that Jewish labor should be preferred. it is, however, to our Jewish brethren that we must look for jobs. Remember, we desire work and not charity. Sincerely yours, HERBERT COHEN 2255 S.W. 'J.lt.. St LEGAL NOTICES v Ji?J ,< '' BY PUBLICAT10\ IN HE 1'IRi.TlT I'oIRT lip THK FOR DAt.K ,',,1-NTY. ILIRIIU IN HAXCERY, N. Rt TH PK.Vt'ORK • % % %  ... HESKf 1!]^PVF wnVi Ir.M^ Sl'HLAPI'EXIXiRPH, DeTKN tPH, %  o MRS M BOWER BOt'TH HOPE STREET LOS. ANGELES CALIFORNIA ll ar required lo nerve a %  nswei to the BUI ... Complain 'orceoi. the Plaintiffs Attorney ina 0/He thi> original answer in the ffl • ofthe Clerk of the Circuit Court before the l-th day of v., i ottwrwtee, the Bill of Coin. h ,/£ Urn .""'", heretofore filed •••in will be taken as confessed b] ]>\Ti:n at Miami, Florida, this the I day <,f March, lsr.u B. B. LEATHERMAN, BSK /?' lh *' cir.uit court ifi~.,.i. A c oun, y. Floriila. 'Circuit Court Beal) By WM. \v BTOCKING Name and addrtt. of D PUty C,efk Plaintiffs Solicitor NORMAN R LYONS M olympla Ruildins Miami Florida 13/10-17-24-31 Malave Malke Slated Chevrah Mishnayos of Beth Tfilah will hold a meeting and malave malke on Saturday, March 11, at 8 p.m. in the social hall of the synagogue. A program of speakers and Hebrew songs has been arranged by Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Rabbi Jacob L. Andron is president of the group and Rabbi M. Katz, secretary. Miiflv <>i'oii|)Ti Hold Purim H The Gold:. MeyerWn and Study Group will Purim festival and rau commemoration of Jewish 1 Month on Saturday. Man at 8 p.m. at the home of Ma Mrs. I. S. Shapoff, 318 Slf Road. A one-act play, "Purl Trial," will be presented] cast will include the Sfc Lena Pushkin, Miriam garten, Sarali Shapoff, Seeman. Eva Kahn, Queen, Ruth Uliss and Soren Bild. Mrs. Esther 1 accompanied by Mrs. I Kamerpn at the piano, J vide the musical portion I program. IN SWISS KNIGH1 %  ITHI FAVORITE CHEESE] JEWISH HOMES TASTY CANAPES. quickly mode with yo*l favorite cheese-deliao* Swiss Knight. Cuts e<4 smoothly for crack* topping; into attract shapes for decorotioj makes both dainty %  wichesand big ones %  sturdy appetites. Se>J whole Swiss Knighttn angles at dairy mealsreally hea^hful and nojJ ishing, ond everybodyj likes it! ^CnOSS FREE RECIPES ...ask your grotw or writ* direct tot GERBER & CO., Inc. 6 Harrison Street Now York 13



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CY. MARCH 10. 1950 I Finkelstein To Be Honored At eption, To Speak At Beach Center! I -. i-.l.im nrpsiripnt **is/rhr/iar*rn PAGE NINE Center Women To Sponsor Music Circus TLouis Finkelstein. president 1 Jewish Theological SemiE. America, will be honored %  ifiS to be given by jpriedland, treasurer of Aland at their home Krfav evening. March 9. Welste n. who is slated fthe pulpit o( the Miami 1 Jewish Center for the late evening service, according abbi Irving Lehrman, a l leader of the congregaLkelst. ved his B.A. ICitv College of New ^ork S Ph. D. from Columbia i-sitv He was ordained at Wish Theological Seminary (rom 191" ; ,M1 served as [of Kehilath Israel in New Simultani'.iusly he was inDr in Talmud from 1920 to Jrtlv after, he was given the TonSchechtr: Chair of Theo£t the seminary, which he |r ton years From 1934 to lr. Finkelstein was assistant T Cyrus Adler, president of jeminary. He was subse|y elected to the position of fct and upon Dr. Adler's fin 1940, was elected as the m^ •w s 1 m ^J^jM % %  X^ E IM^H ^BBP* JM Dr. Louis Finkelstein fourth president of the institution. Dr. Finkelstein is the author of many books and is considered one of the most outstanding scholars and religious leaders of our day. SHOULSONS "l^ESL J4Uwftm4 1389 N W. 7" ST. MIAMI HA. MUU tnStUIWt lt(l W >KCAl OAIDIUS :x'u**c %  -> 5. and Canada. noD? im PASSOVER Chocolate Assortment Festive tin, decoro.ed with scenes from lhe Exodus. Filled with tempting chocolatecovered fruits and nuts, and soft centers. 1 lb. $1.75 2 lbs. $3.50 The New Chocolate MATZOS Th Passover SensalionI Replicos of molzos in Barton's incom. poroble chocolate^sludded with nuts. lib. $1.40 2 lbs. $2.80 ATTENTION HOTELS STOREKEEPERS KKKTAURANTS INSTITUTIONS Place Your Passover Orders Now with SEASHORE FOOD PRODUCTS 343 Jefferson Avenue. Miami Beach Phone 5-3457 YOUR EXCLUSIVE DISTRIBUTORS OF WORLD FAMOUS Strut's Matzos Matzo Meal. Matzo Farfel Cake Meal. Whole Wheat Matzos & Meal, Egg Matzos. Hygienic Matzos Potato Flour Heat By Taste Test! BAKED UNDER STRICTEST RABBINICAL SUPERVISION ENDORSED BY LEADING ORTHODOX RABBIS We urge you to purchase your matzos early, because the supply this year is again limited. titof I I I I I I I I I I I 1 %  I I I I I k 2j-mmum MWM g^ A „0 IOKt_ONNCIU._MSSCV:l MfT. T3 AJ-7 ...rt*"V... (.d.o.'ii • 0 O.K.Ib Av.., Br.ekl,". N. V. SSjSw r-'ii,-. ..> ••• ;.'"<•* •• •'•••> WM S-eei-.Mhe-Me.il. Clb f.....r $U.J0 lre.to.e taeMI .ox IM N.Twr. "HIM *"" %  %  Sfcftl*! .'..-. • % % %  '•• ,b • tea/i • f m Oelue ro.io.e. ... j |b Chocolole A..er.reM I lb |" *"• oo.oio.. MO.... lib-%  Ml— r* %  %  F 11 ::.i ibi : :;:::::.... J.W... .1 Ik. .1 lb. lb. Chocolole Mallet Chocolole Coconut Mono Bolls Mocorooni .. .inch oo.H.1 I*"..) (non-olcoholic) Mo-Nnhiono CMcelai* Almond or |Sel.-oo.l • •* CANNID F.UITS AMICOTS. So-M Clara I "b-. lel... ... PEACHES, fosir [ib...o -lib., '•• ... .EAS. recy lor.I... "1 lb.. .•••.• C.A.EFIUIT SECTIONS 1 lb.. ei A.io.i.o ielllet (fru.t nae..i 'b. .. 1.40... .. 1.W-. .. t.*i... 3 lbs. 2 lbs. .il'lb.. .. 2 lbs. .55 lb. .7. .79 .79 .4. 1.00. 1 MIN. otoet 4 CANS. SHIP.INO WT. 8 US. 3 Ibl. ... Closed Fruit. Pwr. Froit .roi.rvet CHEttY (Jr| StRAWBERir (Jer) SEtDlfSS BLACK ASfE*Y (Jer) ln.olo.ed bo... per boi ... ................ ••Add 32/, Sole. Io lor N.T.C. O.I.erle •MailinfCo.t—tel.l Shippln. Wt. | lb.I Mo.Lng co.l lo pol 1.000 mi. from S^TY.C.. odd lor each odd....oe Woi.o.r. Uni.n Del.vwy t. PrlnclPOl OHM Z\ Ibl ZZZ. I.2S 2 lb". 1 H>.. 2.1 1 lb.. 2 *i .1 lb.. 2 M .40 3 lbs. .7J 3 lbs. .7S 3 lbs. • M :::::::.:=:l *. .20 .20.. TOtAl •TO COMPUTE MAKING COSTS, Add vp .htpplr,. -.;.h of oil pack.... o.do.od. Chor.0 20. for the Br.l lb. end 5 for each oodi..onol lb. for shipments te m.r. the* ene oddrpss, comp.te shippi". chor.e. fei eoch eddre.we seporelely. MY NAMl AOOIISS CITY IONE. STATi.. I I I I I I I I I I I I I I i I I I | —I BARTONS 21 STOIES ABE CLOSED ON THE SABBATH AND AU JEWISH HOLIDAYS i %  i^HHMBH pJ^pJ^pJ^pJ^HI'



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PAGE TEN 9-Jewlstncridian FRIDAY, MARCH Yeshiva President Diseusses Rabbi (Continued from Page 4. fundamental changes in the I *£Sefis£|E£|S£S of the i The problem IS presented most was, that ill upon every Jew. .tares I enl / sons, tl ition. not • is • n mi : m err wevi %  states i md n thi that thi • inti .; %  ted the law, anv • n in a new s; vhich % %  %  • %  • stand. % It is the ; ity a ral n whirl norai %  .i, v 5 h tradition tandii 1 .' observan •• • • • the tjue si ar Is : th< i decision"n isl •%  not. bv pas not of our own n Then isanol permit the svnagogue I Irifl tter stemm ng from this sam down thi eady root with which we must reckon ,j,. n p a th of imitation and asme—the matter of separsimilation. Mixed pews can be ati n of men and women in tl :e< j if we make it our resynagogue. It is an unquestionable fact that as a symbol of ish purity, mixed pews have always been foreign to the synaTonio the Clown in Miami Open Guild's productloi of "Pagliacci" li Miami High Scho auditorium Mard ;.; 20 and 22 wil • ,yed by th ... Metr ipolibaritone Robert le. Kurt B.ii.ntenor wh pared I .'. .11 alsi e all-Met Tickets : .. in p ii e fron 52.46 to $4.92 ma; oe <~>r>;. %  %  l •'' %  Bur3rd floor nea the bridge, or by ning !M332 Tickets for the Ft Lauderdale performance on March 24 are available at the Music Shop. sponsibility to do so! Our laity must be shown the destructive results brought ;ibout gue. The past 30 years in by the breakdown of the tradi/ever, have seen detional synagogue and ictive action by irreligious, energies must be brought to bear l :(/ temple bodies whose to strengthen and preserve the : motivation—let us not be Orthodox— the historic swiagogxie. sfied by rationalizations—was A few people can no longer be tly, the desire to imitate the permitted to force the issue at :h—imitation has been the congregational meetings and vote ristic feature of the Nonto abrogate basic tradition. All tional Jewish community for this will require dedication and ast century—and secondly, a struggle. The results of acquiesie to achieve an actual separence. however, are obvious. They from the Traditional Kabspell our own destruction. binate and from the Traditional : unity, as the earlv church. w require most of all. a strong for example, changed the Sabbath movement that will lead to an to Sundav in order to show a understanding of Orthodox synatangible "division from Jewish gogue tradition—a movement that Tradition. Hence. non-Orthodox will unlt a11 Orthodox synaes have not merely tolerated. Bogues. still the majority of but actually welcomed and enAmerican synagogues into one I strong and cohesive bodv. As long iged this breach in Jewish as individual synagogues are pertra :.tion as they have striven for mitted to drift and thoughtlessly tread their own paths. Jewish Tradition in America will surely be neither the beneficiary nor the spiritual benefactor. Only a forceful and intelligent Traditional Synagogue organization will be able to truly draw the lines of responsibility for the rabbi and lay leaders of the congregation, so that they will become partners and co-workers in this sacred nti rprise l inlj if the Ti iitional Synagogue wiil tself upon a ngle and !".::: %  policy toward vance, will '.ho ie and the rabbi igain • unifying and s in Jewish '. U 10. Deborah tiro,,., To Meet >lo ndj J Deborah Group 0 f HatU, will meet at the Shore ciuhM Miami Beach, on Monday {ft118, at 1 p.m.. according^ Louis Qidney, president *" To highlight the Child Welt project. Mrs. Will,am Levv gram chairman, will pre'senr film strip entitled 'lEgfl rael's Youth." These are JriL Kodaehromes taken in i„"j* Ha2el Greenwald. national a chairman. Mrs ,\l Levine 3 show the picture in conjunct with a dramatic narration bv VJ Levy, who will describe the'*? %  done to aid the children u f I sr Also appearing on the pr 08r will be Mrs. Herbert GutS Jewish National Fund chairnS -who will explain the purposes! I this project and report progress of her committee s will distribute Blue B,> Xe s members who wish them \ oil 11 Side Tenter To Purchase Land A special parcel of land in the Northwest section to be used as the site for a house of worship will be purchased by the Northside Jewish Center, it was decided at a recent meeting of the group. Following the vote. William Weinstock, builder. offered enough concrete blocks to erect I the walls of a building, and William Altman, also a builder, agreed to donate roof and : windows. Herman Kutun offered the first Holy Scroll in memory of his father and Mrs. Yetta Gitlin will present the second. Miami Hebrew School Plans Community Seder The Miami Hebrew School and Congregation will sponsor a community Seder on Saturday, April 1, at 8 p.m. in the dining room of the school building. 1101 S.W. 12th Ave., according to Jack Stone, president. A full course traditional dinner prepared in strict accordance with the Kashruth and Passover laws will be served. Rabbi Simon April 1 will officiate. Chairman of the event is Adolph Feldman. His aides in' elude Mrs. Feldman and Mrs. Herbert Feldan. Reservations may | be obtained by calling 3-6191 or 4-0962. DR. B. SPIEGEL OPTOMETRIST Announces the Opening 8 new office -* EYES EXAMINED GLASSES FITTED 3098 Fuller Street COCONUT GROVE Fours Phone 3:30 • 5:30 48-6126 Evenings by Appointment Will Mark \all loiim-il Sabbath Friday evening, March 10. has been designated National Council of Jewish Women Sabbath in Greater Miami synagogues and temples, according to Mrs. Leon Kaplan, chairman of the organization's contemporary Jewish affairs committee. Slated to -peak at synagogues here are Mrs Nathaniel M. Levin. Temple Israel: Mrs. J.ihn Temple Beth David; Mrs. Sam Weissel. Coral Gables Jewish Center: Mrs Nat L. Willia Temple Beth m; Mrs. Aaron Farr, Temp:,' Women's I nil Will Honor Club Presidents The women's division of the Combined Jewish Appeal will sponsor a "Presidents' Brunch" on Monday, March 20, at the Delano Hotel. The affair will honor presidents of all Jewish women's organizations for the part which they have played in the campaign. Mrs. Sylvia Chertkof, who has been named chairman of the brunch, has sent letters to all women's groups, urging them to appoint chairmen to assist in getting members to the affair. Jr. HnriasKali To Hold Itarhecue The M nil of Junior Hadassah will hold its annual membership barbecue on Sunday. March 12. at 9 p.m. at the home ol Dave Adler, 853 Sunset Drive. South Miami. Swimming, dancing and refreshments will be '-n the agenda, according to Shirley Friedman. chairman. A car will be at th* Miami Jewish Community Center at 8:30 p.m. to provide trans; portation. Working with -Miss Friedman • ire Lee Friedman. Elaine Pollack. Joyce Schneiderman. Charma Cohen and Bea Jacobson, Acceunts Insured up to S5.000 by federal Deposit tasuTMCt Corporation Florida's Largest Savings Bank Cardiae Home To Hold Liin<*lieoii Annual donor luncheon of the Miami Chapter. National Chil, dren's Cardiac Home, will be held at the Clover Club on Tuesdav, March 14. at noon. Chairman of the day is Mrs. Jean Lehman and co-chairmen. Mrs. Harold Cohen. Committee members include the Mesdames Dave Rifas. Herman Wronker David Dvoskin, Al Berkowitz and Leon Freed. Mrs. David Dvoskin is editor of the souvenir journal and Mrs. Sam Goldman will give the invocation. Hostesses and ushers for the day are the Mesdames Irving Kasden, Sam Karnes. Benjamin Golden, Herman Wronker. Henry Green. William Groner, Abe Robinson and H. G. Spahn. Reservations may be made by calling Mrs. Harold Cohen at 4-6292. All-Yiddish Musical To Bow Into Plaza Tuesday The musical production. "Every Girl's Desire." all-Yiddish stage presentation, bows into the Plaza Theatre. Miami Beach, for a week's engagement starting TuesI day. March 14. Co-starring NaI than and Rose Goldberg and > Jacob and Betty Jacobs, the allstar supporting cast is headed by Leo Liebgold and Lilly Lilliana. Playwrighted by Louis Freiman, the lyrics were written by Jacob Jacobs and the production staged by Nathan Goldberg, with Sholcm Secunda directing the musical end. Seats for all performances will be reserved. Matinees will be given on Saturday and Sunday at 2:30 with evening curtainraising scheduled for 8-30. Fenton Opens Real Estate Finn David Fenton has announced the opening of his own real estate firm at 605 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Fenton. who has resided in Miami Beach since 1945. has been associated with local real estate offices since 1946. A former resident of Newark, N. J., he was a practicing attorney there for over 15 years. In 1937 and 1938 ho was secretary of Rep. Frank W. Lowey. Jr., of New Jersey, and during the war was affiliated with the selective serv1 ice system of that state. Former secretary of William M. I Unterman Lodge, B'nai B'rith, of Newark, he is now an active member of the North Shore Lodge. "Service H <, >s fe' The Finest in Truck Service to get the Best Service out of Your Trucks, | Guaranteed Workmanship EASY BUDGET TERMS I JM6U, Ckntno£itw\ •Your Fr ie nd ly Chevrolet Dealer 1 1 2300 N.W. 7th Ave.Ph. 2 Ml When Your Tablets Get Down to 4 That's the Time^ To Buy Some MORE



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L MAR CH 10. 1950 *Unist n-DrSrii^n PAGE ELEVEN TADRUTH WEEKLY USES UNETHICAL TACTICS TO FOOL PUBLIC .... ronntedlv leqitimate publication of the Histadruth L oar r eputedly leqitimate publication of the Histadruth M America, an orqanization interested in the promotion Hebrew languaqe, became the tarqet this week of Anglopapers throughout the country as a result of unethical practiced in "procurement of advertising and business Ehand non-Jewish firms in E, recently flooded The Fioridian office with infollowing the receipt of L,„ts in varying amounts Histadruth Ivrith Inc., [ or pavnunt for ads in a I Passover issue of Hadoar. Inanving each bill was an loed'f:om the Rosh Hashona I of The Jewish Fioridian letter which began with the misleading statement: pd vou will find a .stateEnd copy of your 'Ad'." Gentile firms were at the idea of a Jewish Ration taking the liberty of |o unauthorized ads and ping that payments be [Jewish Fioridian immediVntacted the representative I local organization, who kned the practice, and made with the officers of the J group. The Jewish Ein telegraphed the offices Histadruth Ivrith's weekly, ing them that this paper [run an expose of their jnded methods. Hegram received from J. business manager of the futh Ivrith publication, adIhat "Telegram received. [hold statement until you 1 letter follows." risingly enough, the letter [Amdur promised in the acknowledged that the [proposition was a racket Vnotion as the text which reveals: jreply to your telegram, I i advise you that we are | to have inconvenienced .number of letters went In Histadruth Ivrith of lea stationery to people in territory—-without our apFrankly, you will be kted to know that these I did not meet with very guccess. ms that we were sold a \i goods' and made arnents with an 'over k' advertising man (profor our Pasover issue. lase be assured that in the I this will be corrected. I fely hope that you will not i against the Histadruth |of America or the Hadoar feel greatly perturbed |he incident." quarters of the National Association of English-Jewish Weeklies was contacted, and its president, Philip Slomovitz, congratulated The Jewish Fioridian on its strong stand in demanding that all ads and monies obtained through this undignified and unethical manner be returned with a letter of explanation and that the names of promoters conducting the racket be published. Slomovitz, publisher of the Detroit Jewish News, as well as Gabriel Cohen, publisher of the National Jewish Post, disclosed that this vicious practice has been exercised in Buffalo and Indianapolis. The Histadruth Ivrith, which receives funds from the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, is being given sufficient time to rectify its deceptive high pressure manner of operation before a nationwide publicity blackout is invoked against them by the Anglo-Jewish press throughout the country. The organization has continued in additional correspondence to hem and haw, hedging from the request for positive action in correcting the reprehensible tactics used to fool people all over the country. The Jewish Fioridian, in cooperation with the American Association of Anglo-Jewish Newspapers and Publishers throughout the country, is planning a vigorous campaign, using all resources at their command to end such ruthless approaches to secure funds. %  urm 'isy pins* HADOAR HEBREW WEEKLY 165 WEST 46th ST., NEW YORK 19, N.Y. PUia 7-0920 February 21, 1950 Ur. Fred K. Schochet The Jewish Fioridian 120 tl. E. 6th Street Kiaai 18, Fla. Dear Mr. Schochet I In reply to your telegram, I wish to advise you that we are sorry to have inconvenienced you. A number of letters went out on Histadruth Ivrith of America stationery to people in your territory — without our approval Frankly, you will be interested to know that these letters .did not meet with very nuch success. It seems that we were sold a "sf ill of goods" and made arrangements with an "over zealous" advertising man (promoter) for our Passover issue. Please be assured that in the future this will be corrected I sincerely hope that you will not hold this against the Histadruth Ivrith of America or the Hadoar as we feel greatly perturbed over the incident. .Sincerely yours, HADOAR HEBRFW WEEKLY JA/rf Beach Merchants Band To Halt Shoplifting Merchants of Miami Beach have taken added precations against the wave of shoplifting now prevalent throughout the area. The increase in the number of arrests made for this offense in the past few weeks has been considerable, with merchants banding together to eliminate the evil by adopting a stringent attitude toward the shoplifters who are detected. Vigorous prosecution will be waged against all such individuals with stiff fines—and jail sentences whenever possible—meted out. In addition to the adoption of severe penalties, other percautionary measures taken by the merchants include a special corps of detectives in sufficient numbers to discourage the horde of petty offenders—mostly in the amateur class—who have been infesting Greater Miami. dur less Manager 0NL1GHT DANCING and fM WATER SHOW WOOD BEACH HOTEL IBANA CLUB r"' T -'i>iEmanu-El P* 0 r 'nity to vi.it |" ,amou cabana Club ^on~s 2 Plus Tax } AY. MARCH 12 1 '" Midnight ll.-Mf .iss.ili Unit To See Israeli Film "Israel, Its Land and Its Growth" will be the topic of a talk and movie to be presented by Mrs. John Wiener at the Jew-J ish National Fund meeting of the 1 Henrietta Szold group of Hadassah on Monday, March 13, at 8:15 p.m. in the religious school building of the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Mrs. Wiener, a resident of Miami Beach, has already won acclaim as a writer and is at present preparing a novel on Israel which will be published in the fall. Mr. and Mrs. Wiener make annual |jrips to Israel, and the movie she will present and describe is one which they took on their very recent tour of the land. Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg, who is presenting the program of the month, will read a paper "Passover in Many Lands." Registration Now Open Registration for the second semester of the Coral Gables Jewish Center Adult Institute, which is slated to get underway immediately following Passovei, is now open, according to Rabbi Morris A. Skop. Classes meet every Wednesday at 8 p.m at the center and courses include "Contents of the Hebrew Bible" and Beginners or Modern Hebrew. Sorority Holds Tea Rho Chapter of Iota Alpha Pi sorority recently held a tea at the home of Mrs. Muriel Hirsch, 294 S. Coconut Lane. Palm Island, for prospective members. Tony Stone, Dorothy Liss. Ellen Solomon and Penny Aberman presented a skit written by Sandra Rosner. Several members of the alumnae were present as well as Miss Mary B. Merritt. dean of women and Miss Betty Cosby, assistant. The newly reorganized alumnae group recently elected officers: president is Mrs. Marilyn Sager. Other officers are vice president, Miss Maratha Ebstein; treasurer, Mrs. Roslyn Pollack: recording secretary, Mrs. Joy Goldstein; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Selma Gleason: social chairman, Mrs. Jacqueline King; PanHellenic adviser, Mrs. Joyce Roman. Next meeting of the alumnae will be March 20, at the home of Miss Ebstein. Israelite Center Plans Package Party Sunday The Israelite Center, 3198 S.W. 24th Terr., is sponsoring a Purim | package party on Sunday at 7:30 p.m. There will be dancing and entertainment. Bernard Bauer is chairman. Assisting him are Mr. and Mrs. Irving Sperling, Mr. and Mrs. -Nathan Shenkyn and Mrs. Bauer. Mrs. S. L. Cohen and M. Park are in charge of tickets. S. I. Freedman HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington AT*. Miami Bench Between Fourth and Fifth St*. Hebrew Religious SuppOas For Synagogues and Private UH. Alto for Hebrew Schools. D"HDD nDID Telephone 5-9017 HOME MILK TAKES PLEASURE In announcing to the Jewish Community oi Greater Miami that they will again serve the Jewish population of this area with Kosher Milk For Passover HOME MILK Is Supervised and Endorsed by the GREATER MIAMI YAAD HAKASHRUTH (the only community-wide Vaad Hakashruth, which is a participating agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation) as KOSHER (Live) CHICKENS Slaughtered When Ordered Under Supervision of Rabbil Mescheloff


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.y, MAR CH 10, 1950 +Jewist ncrkUati PAGE THIRTEEN^PW Union College Will Mark 75th ZOA Representative 3 />U M ^k *1 A mmM 1 Honored At Brunch •jyerSary Ull IViarCIl 3 1, Mpril I The board of directors of the [" twrrNNATI The 75th anniversary of the Hebrew Union c r al Gables Zionist District -11 be celebrated Friday evening, March 31, and onj h onored Herschel Auerbach, na*9 e W 'April 1, on the eve of Passover, which has been "^flhe Day of National Sabbath by the college, it was d here by Dr. Nelson Glueck, president of the only k0Un Tseminary of Liberal Judaism. i-.. Isaac Maver Wise,. of Temple Sisterhoods and the |t was LJr• <"-. ., f tI _i ... XT..*;— .i rj n ..im n ~t T -i„ eiican i ,re*i founder of the neorew 6 r College, svho had the V1 sion -?"cars -''go that religious t* for America must be pro!fbv American institutions," r.lueck -American demok r was fmnly knit with the Hi of Biblical inspiration, and K believed strongly, when LSlished the first rabbinic this continent, that fctest religious efforts must l g £ n toward strengthening Judaism and democracy. In Jance with his view the figof the Hebrew Union fee have wedded Judaism the best of modern science technique in the training of b s for American Judaism. orav that God may give us h'to face the tasks that lie 'a. and wisdom to steer this t institution, now joined with Jewish Institute of Religion ew York, so that it may bring jng to our faith, to America, to the world." toecial services in observance the diamond jubilee of the National Federation of Temple Brotherhoods in preparing community anniversary programs. The college-institute, with the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, is participating in a Combined Campaign which seeks a $1,875,000 maintetnance fund to support the program of Liberal Judaism to prepare rabbis and cantors and educators, and to provide guidance and religious materials to more than 400 member congregations in 325 United States communities. tional representative of ZOA, with a brunch at Howard Johnson's on Sunday. Next general meeting of the group will be held on March 9 at the Coral Gables Jewish Center with Mortimer May, honorary vice president of the Southeastern regional ZOA, as guest speaker, according to Norman R. Lyons, president. Clarke To Speak Edward Clarke of the University of Miami will be guest speaker at the Spinoza Outdoor Forum in the patio of the home of Dr. Abraham Wolfson. 124 11th St., Miami Beach, Saturday at 3 p.m. He will review the book, "Charles Dickens." by Hesketh Pearson. Next Saturday afternoon. Rabbi Moshay P. Mann will speak on "Intermarriage." Chas. H. Lee will lecture on "Is There Life on the Planets?" on Tuesday at 8 p.m. Mendelsohn's S? Restaurant 1301 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach WHERE THE FINEST MEET TO DINE DAILY FROM 4-9 TELEPHONE 5-9085 Air Cooled — Beer and Winee Served — Free Parking in Rear COMPLETE DINNERS FROM $1.35 (except Friday) DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED eer 300 the Justice Douglas Writes For Technion Yearbook "Israel, a testing ground for new ideas, can guide all humanity to a higher standard of living through science." says Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas in the lead articles of the Technion Yearbook, published recently by the American Technion Society, 154 Nassau St., New York City. Justice Douglas, who visited ..Israel and other states of the are being planned by 4UU | j^die East last summer, writes on "Israel, Teacher of the Middle East." This theme and the close ties being forged between America and Israel are stressed in the current yearbook, volume eight of the 256-page annual publication, edited by Judah Wattenberg, which features 28 pages and illustrations on topics pertaining to technical, industrial and educational progress in the United States and Israel. The list of authors reads like a page from Who's Who. Among the contributors are Dr. Chaim Weizmann, the scientist-president of Israel; Dr. I. I. Rabi, Nobel Prize Laureate in physics, who writes in tribute to Albert Einstein; Philip Sporn, utility executive, who discusses the prospects for industrial application of atomic energy; and three college heads, James R. Killian, Jr.. president of M.I.T.; Bryn J. Hovde, president of the New School for Social Research, and Joseph Weil, dean of the school of engineering. University of Florida. Dr. Killian's paper is entitled, "Education for Responsibility;" Dr. Hovde writes on "Israel Needs Social Research;" and Dr. Weil discusses "Education for the Engineer of Tomorrow." form congregations in nmunities throughout tied States, and other anniIsary programs will be held ,ughout the country during the Central Conference of berican Rabbis and the Union [American Hebrew Congregans, two other major Liberal jvish organizations founded by | Isaac Mayer Wise, have enIsed the Day of National Sablh, and the UAHC has also listed the support of its affates, the National Federation lor PASSOVER '&ZT*. MATZ0S TU MJtrzot • EM MATZ0S MPftOVEO IQUAM MATZ0S BATZO HIM. • NATZO FOftt notf? TOD kd vnd.r Ik* IwparvUioa of labbl MMM I Goldon Agers To Hold Purim Ball Golden ^ge Friendship Club of the Miami Jewish Community Center will hold a Purim ball on Saturday, March 11, at the center auditorium. i Don Matlin and his Y's Guys veitf entertain and provide music for. dancing. 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ra^AlMARCH 10, t I Program to Mark Beach Women To Name .Music Month I Nominating Committee A nominating committee will be appointed when the board i :' the Miami Beach Chapter ~: P'nai B'rith Women meets on Thursday. March 16. at the home of Mrs. Harold Turk. Miami Beach The chapter I night for Tuesday. March 21 the Hotel New Y Mrs. He: H man Popkin has been chairman of the event. Mrs. Seymour Satin, president of the Beach chapter has nounced that two six-m nth scholarships have been given through the orgamzat: r.'s D ra August-Sarah l.ev:ne 5ch Fund. The recipients are Stanley Sterling and Roslyn M r University of Mi< .'its. Ca?itor Samuel Kelemer An unusual broadcast of Jewish Music will be heard on station WKAT Sunday. March 12. at 1:30 p.m. in observance of Jewish Music Month. The half-hour broadcast, entitled "The Trail to Jewish Music." will trace the developi Jewish music from the beginning to the present day. The program will be directed by r Sa^ue! Kelemer of the Be:h SI : Congregation and ..-.elude re i -.:• and narJ-.ige Kenneth Oka will assist. Trial to Jewish Musi ne f thi ffi ings f the Jewish Music Council : Greater Miami. Iladassali Will Hear Mrs. < nn, Well known Cantor will conduct Seder Se^ces REASONABLE RATES Workers Urged To Attend Campaign Report Meetings Ar. urgent appeal to all campaign v lunteers I .-.".tend all tings 1 f gn lay by Campaign Chair:. Dan B. Ruskiri "I can not ov. %  itimati I of every s ngli [tending ich of our :...• I 1 N r.e can do a top job in ting unless he gets I %  that comes to him • %  report meetings F 11 wing ; th schedule of etings for the rethe campaign: h 13. 8 p.m. at [< ael: Thui I '.: l 16. 8 p.m. at Temple Israel: Monday. March 20, 8 p.m. at Temple Israel: Sunday. March 2D. 9:30 a.m. (breakfastI at Reid's Seafood Restaurant, 829 Biscayne Blvd. Seder Scheduled The first annual Passover Seder in the new Beth David Sjnpgcgut. will be held Saturday. Apr.l 1. nth Rabbi Max Shapiro anci Cantor Maurice Mamches officiating. A complete Passover meal will be served. Additional in-! forma:. nd reservations may, be obtained by calling 9-3469. YOUR EVERYDAY PRICE LIST TOWER 1 TIRE PAY NO MORE? NYLON LINE 1 388 F. 45 Lft. Ttst ItaMui lEADEH WtlE •„ 25 Ik Ki : .. Mck X/C R-3 (It ^4 B^ tie 4 rH HOOJS CASUM 1 -a S--IM 3UC U it m H •' i-y .' tcx f.j p.ig a .r;.; '.".IttERHO '\& T '2 99c 9dc POi,DfM<3 CMl THAM cwivzu ^A ijc mOH BRAILES MBMrttTOttD R*?. J> W V, T3. a n[ 4.. .qfc-'.v iao,, eMI V*M RETLS AC khvta. i-JJB'l? OMtz Kst-ig mi XU TT ANY BRAN3 SXCOKD Sa77 •!, Ofa m It TIM 8 T .*XY S1AMD riJWT I 5? f: \JHt (SO 1* E?E •10 '13 5 it nun • run uit LOW PRESSURE *-70x 15 inil 710 x || 1 4.08 TM x 15 .15.35 MlsU -.17.63 IK 7 0*U 1 2.74 T 28 x 't'5.70 A ">'ll • All T0 Ml' jo. : £ ,„ fDU DLB T TOWER TIRE CO. 2197 N.W. 7rt, AVE. A must on your calendar It's not too late! Start your savings account todov at Chase accounts opened or added to on or before the 10th earn liberal dividends fronTihe first of the month. Save your money now where it is always safe, olways available when you need il Clwse Federal Saving! I MAIN OFFICE 1100 liicoli load rV 58 Ml 1 NORTH KICK OFFICE 7435 Collins In, • ""-7JJI c i. citMf NTS. Pre*. RESOURCES OWE' $16 O0O0OO HOTEL OWNERS .... APARTMENT HOUSE OWNERS We offer you special prices orr. SHEETS TOWELS LINENS BEDSPREADS HOUSEWARES BATHROOM AND CLOSET ACCESSORIES 2nd Floor Domestics 1261 Washington Ave. Miami Bead ^ ^ TONIGHT MIAMI BEACH KENNEL CLUB EXTREME SOUTH END OF COLLINS AVE. • FIRST RACE 8:00 P. M. NO MINORS ALLOWED PRINTING"' wir detH-ription wJewisti flericf0t Commercial Printiita tPpparinH** 1 120 N.E. Sbrth Street. Miami Phones 9^6708 — 2-1141 Call us for an estimate on all your printing nt ltTfc< K „ -.!" | Operat.d by ROBEHTS PBIMTINO COBPOATION ifc W\\\AM\ x*)^^^ ^\v


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M AHCH10 L 1950_ *Jenistrk>rkJiftr PAGE FIFTEEN r^Run For State C-i Again In May Enounced this week that h be a candidate for reI to the Florida Railroad Ehlic Utilities Coommission fiy Democratic primaries. Ivetetran commissioner, who 1 th e honorary position ox L Democratic committeeL Florida, said he will I. in t he near future. He L usual campaign, he said Effll P" blic speaking V*{ t h e state, shaking fat all Pl** s where he can \L o r more citizens and Ictog a vigorous letterd P as 0 he a Ts known to hunftf thousands of Florida I has served on the railroad fcssion since 193^ Miami Hadassah Group To Hold Child Welfare Luncheon At Miamian Child welfare and vocational education will be emphasized during March by the Miami Group of Hadassah, which will hold its child welfare luncheon on Monday, March 13, at noon in the Miamian Restaurant, according to the chairman of the day, Mrs. Albert B. Rosenthal. Mrs. Murray Grauer will give supervises the health of 100,000 boys and girls annually. School luncheons and nutrition education are also under Hadassah's supervision, along with vocational education. In the recreational field, 45 playgrounds are operated by Hadassah, plus more than 300 summer day camps which provide recreational facilities and daily the invocation and Mrs. Colman i meals for about 10,000 children, A. Zwitman will offer the beneand regular summer camps which diction. Others participating in take children to the seashore or the program will be the Mesthe country for a two or four dames Morris A. Skop, Max | week period. Shapiro, Simon April, Jasper Reservations may be made by Cromer, H. C. Moser and Albert calling Mrs. Rosenthal at 7-7755. B. Rosenthal. Proceeds from the affair will Rabbi Moshay P. Mann will go to the child welfare fund; give a radio address on Sunday, which maintains 52 welfare sta-j March 12, at 1:45 p.m. over station tions. In addition, the Hadassah I WINZ. His subject will be "Why School Hygiene Department 11 Am a Jew!" Miami Beach Y Offers Marriage Prep Course A "Preparation for Marriage" course for young adults was launched on Wednesday, March 8, at 9 p.m. at the Miami Beach Y and will continue for eight consecutive weeks, according to Fred Sewall, young adult chairman of the Beach Y. The course, which was offered last year, is being repeated due to popular demand. Leading psychologists, social workers, clergymen and laymen will lead the forums. Purim Puppet Exhibit "Purim Puppets" made by Mrs. Morris A. Skop, Mrs. Horn and boys and girls of the arts and crafts department of the Coral Gables Jewish Center are now on display in the patio of the center. Beach V To Hold Music Festival A Jewish Music Festival will be sponsored by the music lovers committee of the Miami Beach YM & WHA on Saturday, March 11, at 8:30 p.m. Chairman of the affair is Joe Mooney, who is being assisted by Margaret Chasan. The program will feature Murray Phillip and hisguitar; the Jewish Folk Chorus under the direction of Ben Yomen; Shirley Usandansky and Harvey Goldberg, Israeli dancers; and Pierre Mande, violinist taccompamed by Anyuta Melicov at the piano; Marcel Chiland, tenor; Masha Guralova, mezzo soprano; Bernard Friedman, baritone; and Ruth Brotman, soprano. Chaim Rose, a member of the committee, will offer an appropriate narration. MUCH ON The igj o drive for the United Jewish Appeal is now going on in Greater Miami. You stand at the cradle of history. The momentous achievements of a decade of reconstruction and settlement hang in the balance. The 195a.campaign of the Unked Jewi>hAppeal fs*your opportunity to create a hriglrter future for fne Jewish people throughout the world. The Jews of Israel displayed great courage in winning a war of survival and freedom. But they are not yet at peace with their neighbors and the new nation is in danger of another serious attack. Israel has taken in 400,000 homeless Jews from every corner of the globe in less than two years. Its people are sharing their food and their homes with the newcomers. They are living on an austerity basis and taxing themselves to the limit to welcome an additional 150,000 this year. The Jews of Israel cannot carry this burden alone. At this very moment, in the severest winter Israel has known in more than twenty-five years, no less than 85,000 men. women and children are living in tents and barracks in bitter cold and in torrential rains. They are waiting for us to give them a decent home. They are waiting for us to give them a fresh start. We considered them our responsibility when they were in the DP camps of Germany and in the ghettos of North Africa and Europe. They are no less our responsibility today. We cannot abandon them now without condemning them to months of sorrow and misery. Can we try to halt the flow of immigrants to ease the critical need in Israel? Can we ask the Jews of Poland to wait until the August 15th deadline on their opportunity for emigration lapses? Can we ask the Jews in Moslem lands, who are now living under, the shadow of wholesale persecution, to wait until their chance to escape has been cut off? Lack of dollars will reduce the influx of immigrants into Israel. Are we prepared to assume the consequences for dooming those who are left behind to suffering and possible death? Our job is not finished while 800,000 Jews in the Moslem lands are in the grip of opression. Our job is not finished while more than 250,000 Jews in Europe still look to us for help. Our job is not finished while the State of Israel is struggling to achieve peace and stability in the face of a serious economic and defense crisis. As the one central instrument of American Jews for the rescue and reconstruction of Jews overseas, the United Jewish Appeal calls on the Jews of this city to give and give generously to the Campaign for the United Jewish Appeal that is to be launched soon here. We urge you to consider carefully the urgency and significance of the 1950 United Jewish Appeal and the role which you are called on to play in shaping the history of the Jewish people in Israel, Europe and elsewhere. So much depends on the outcome of this year's drive. So much depends on you. IN 1950 WE MUST RAISE $1,481,146 Greater Miami Jewish Federation 420 Lincoln Road Phon 58-4331 UNITED JEWISH APPEAL HENRY MORCENTHAU, JR., G^ural Ckakwam f *MU9UPROPHECYFULFILUP"Uf l*0KMmUm(Mm*HMkm,-M** mgmMmUf



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^ I %  SSr Hebrew Academy Will Present Ma// Singer' Finishing touches are being put on "The Jazz Singer." which will be presented bv the Hebrew Aca. demy at Miami Beach High School on March 26. 27 and 28. Proceeds will go toward the maintenance of the academy, which now has enrollment of over 200 pupils. Aaron Courshon, Miami Beach civic leader, heads the committee in charge of the play. • The Hebrew Academy is a nonprofit community sponsored proj. pi which boasts a 400-seat theatre auditorium, outdoor playiU'qund. library, music room, a professional arts and craftsman department, clinic, dining room and kitchen. Young Adult Zionist Conelave Set For Weekend Of March 24-26 Soltj, Miami Beach Junior dassah; Miriam Scheinberg Elaine Sachs. Miami Junior Hadassah: Gil Rappaport and David Goodwin. Miami Beach Haand Mrs. (liro.HsiiijLgrr llfince Hostess Plans are being formulated for the first annual young adult Zionist conclave of South Florida to be held the weekend of March 24-26 at Camp Kendall. Kendall. Fla., according to Mrs. Alfred M Mamlet. chairman of the Greater Miami Zionist Youth commission. The conclave, which will be open to members of Junior Hall. Masada, IZFA and Young Judaea leaders or prospective members of these groups, is scheduled to get underway at sundown Fridav and last until • ~ .. Sunday aftern n i Correction The weekend meet will consist In an article in last week's of works: inars, li ';. i edition <>f The Jewish Floridian. Israeli singing and dancing. HighVictor I. Eber. was called "the Masada: Seymour Hinkes and Louis Fine. Miami Masada; Melvin Schwartz, IZFA: and Al Heller. Joung Judaea Leaders Council. Applications may be obtained from the Zionist Youth Commission, 235 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, phone 58-4643. H 1 Saii*+"9 VI AOt-^ light of the conference will bonfire held Saturday n Planning committi ly Raphael and Roslyn youngest C'PA in the state of ..." Eber is the youngest placed on the Florida CP^ list. A t^ % Mrs. Jennie Gr< '.'.ill be I st< -: thi thii I anm of the M : L idii Aw Jewish Homi for t Sunday. March 19, I I %  Pancoast Hoi will be used for the bu fund. 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)A Y, MAR CH 10. 1950 -Jewlsti fhrkfian PAGE SEVENTEEN lathers Assails s FEPC Stand LrtCSONVILLE— George „' A r runently campaigning KFlond for U. S. Senator l W nt a mnK a slashing attack Hi £ "Pepper's record on Tin to set up a Federal Slo ment Practices Com',; P S ma.hers likewise is ting P-'PP el on hiS reC a 5 totman for Communist and Sun* 'font organization." PpKr's friendship for Joe in and his advocacy of Rus'TonTsix to eight speeches n Smathers is denouncing !fc and declares that Pepper suported it by oposing the buster as a Southern weapon jjpjed of f"J* 8 .S2^J nrds" Smathtrs says, FEPC h'ne move than an attempt by hrtnein radicals to break down jregation. This bill was first oomea bv the Communist Party stir up strife and discord. hen thev say whom you may %  re and fire it is logical that the fcxt "tep would be a law invading [e privacv and sanctity of the brae and 'of the marriage relabn. "If thev can pass a law to say thorn you may hire and fier, key can pass one to say whom our daughter will marry." Smathers said Papper has ir.anv positions on FEPC" and to where he stands, depends whether or not it is an Petition year. "On election years," Smathers Jsseited, "Pepper vigorously denounces the bill, and talks about [is Southern ancestry. In his 1944 [lection campaign my opponent (eclared for white supremacy, but fess than thirty-five days later lad voted in the Senate Labor tommittee to continue FEPC. "Now the Senator says that fos i war time measure and he Ifould never vote for FEPC in eace time, but he also said in 1 that he would never vote tot :'.. "Ail of us know that the only % ay Southerners keep FEPC off backs is by use of the FiliTo take away the Filiuster is like taking away from he pioneer, his rifle. "And where was my. opponent a this fight over the Filibuster? Was he with his Southern colleagues? No. He joined up with |he Northern radicals and tried take the only protection the Southerners had. He called the iibusttr ; n offense against emocratic process." Referring to the Congressional tecord of March 17, 1949, bmathers said Pepper w?s quoted |s having sad: "I say that if the !>enator from Florida, from a state About Our Advertisers Cartons. Cans Boon To Orthodox Housewives, Manufacturer Sura A quirk in the Jewish calendar this year brought to mind to thousands of orthodox housewives the virtues of living in a modern day and age rather than in the epochs of their ancestors. Anyway, this is what one Passover food manufacturer, Leo Rokeach, has to say on the subject. An infrequent occurrence cropped up this year in the reckoning of Passover. The holiday, based on the lunar and solar calendars, falls on a Saturday concurrently with the Sabbath day of rest and prayer. According to the orthodox Hebrew religion, the Sabbath, which starts Friday sunset and ends Saturday sundown, strictly forbids any type of work, including the preparation of food. The setting of the Passover "Seder" meal requires elaborate advance shopping, preparation and cooking of traditional dishes to commemorate the exodus of the Jews from Egypt. With the Sabbath restrictions, orthodox housewives would be in a dilemma if they were not living in the Twentieth century. "The insurmountable obstacle vanishes," said Leo Rokeach, "when the housewife takes shopping bag in hand and strolls to where it hurts, can stand up and say, 'Yes, I signed the closture petition against Filibuster' my devotion to Civil Rights legislation should not be doubted. Last night I signed as the third name the petition of the Senator from Minnesota (Humphrey) to say sponsors of Civil Rights measures are entitled to present their matters." Smather identified Humphrey as "the man who tried to lead Southern Democrats out of the party at the Philadelphia convention." He said that a similar petition to that of Humphrey's was circulated by Senator Gl^nn Taylor, of Idaho, Henry Wallace's running mate on the Progressive party ticket." the nearest grocer a few days before the holiday. Gracing the shelves of any neighborhood store is an array of Passover products, fully prepared, ranging from 'gefulte fish' to 'borscht.' "The venerated Seder meal is now available in shinv bottles, cartons and cans," he said, "all approved for Passover use. All that is needed to prepare the biblical meal these days are table appointments and, of course, a can opener." I. Rokeach & Sons, one of the world's largest and oldest producers of Passover foods, ranging from matzos to preserves, markets some 30 additional products for the holiday shopper. In order to overcome the calendar problem, Rokeach suggests that the housewife prepare the family chicken Friday morning, place in refrigerator with the packaged items, and then go ahead with the observance of Sabbath. The basic staples can be prepared in less than 20 minutes, while the chicken is being reheated, with not a deviation from religious requirements. What could have been a calamity for orthodox Jewish housewifes this year, equal to any that befell the Jews during the trek to the Promised Land, turned out to be a blessing because of the progress of man. Isaac Levin Changes Meeting Time, Place Isaac Levin Lodge, B'nai B'rith. will meet at a new time and place, according to Emanuel Levenson. president. Metinjs are now scheduled for the first and third Tuesday of eacn month at Beth El. [ Philip Schiff and Albert Beer have been named as delegates to the Greater Miami B'nai B'rith Council. The group is planning a barn dance on Saturday, April 1. at the Coral Gables Women's Club. 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%  PAGE EIGHTEEN +Je*lslincrHk>n %  i ^AXMARCH 1 0 JEWS IN SPORTS By HASKELL COHEN The most unusual female coach ence, there's still time for them in many a vear is Hazel .Shapiro., to leave.' Near the end of my rifle coach of Lincoln High I talk, a very distinguished looking School, Brooklyn. New York. j gentleman approached me and Her entrance to the rifle field i asked the inevitable and inescapwas accidental. When asked to able question: 'Are you the Ruby take over for an absent coach at; Goldstein who was knocked out Lmcln. Mrs. Shapiro didn't know t by Ace Hudkins?' See?" one end of a rifle from the other. • • She learned fast and due to her, Everything seems to befall Phil previous athletic record, she Fov, veteran referee in the Naquickly developed a lively in-; tional Basketball Association. He terestJn this, her adopted sport, j CO mes up with more injuries and While, at Girl's High School, she i ailments on the basketball court won the Wingate Award for out! during the course of one session standing athletic ability. At the; than most referees encounter in age of fourteen, she was a mem' a lifetime. Two years back, he b<>" of the skating club of the Brooklvn Ice Palace and the relay keeled over in a game he was working in the American League. team of the Women's Swimming At the time, doctors feared he i Association. During her years at City College, she was captain of women's might have suffered a heart attack but it was nothing more serious than attack of acute inbasketball and swimming teams, digestion suffered from overeatrnember of fencing team and track ing the night before the game, squad, and handball champion of' Earlier this winter, he came up the school. Upon leaving college she played pro basketball for a while, AAA handball and swam with a strange ear malady while working in Denver Colorado. This illness kept him out of action for in Billy Rose's Aquacade. She several weeks. The other night, then went into the rifle coaching while working a game in Philajob at Lincoln High, teaching commercial subjects at the same time. Last year. Hazel's boys at Lincoln took first prize in the National Rifle Association City Championships and second place in state competition. The female delphia. Phil, who goes all out in "calling" contests, was backing up rapidly illustrating an offense committed by one of the teams, when he felt that he was losing his equilibrium. He knew that if he didn't check himself, he would fall over -backwards and was U-M Senior Will Give Recital A piano recital by Walter L. Goodman, one of several graduating seniors to be presented by the University of Miami school of music during the current semester, is scheduled for Thursday, March 16. at 8:30 p.m. in Beaumont Memorial Lecture Hall on the main campus. The recital which is open to the public, will consist of works by classic, romantic and modern composers. Three preludes by J. S. Bach will open the program, and will be followed by Ravel's Sonatine. The romantic group will consist of Brahm's G Minor Rhapsody Opus 79, No. 2. Chopin's Etude in A Flat. Opus 25, No. 2, and the popular B Flat Minor Scherzo. Goodman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Goodman, 1450 N.W. 1st St.. is a veteran of World War II. He served 18 months overseas in the European Theater of Operations. In addition to his four years' study with M. R. Lepper at the university school of music, he has taken summer work in piano at the Juilliard School in New York City and at the University of Southern California. Before entering the university, he studied with Mrs. Frances Dreckerman in Miami. During this past semeste-at the university he has | participated in Dr. Harold Bauer's | master class. Hadassah Unit To Meet A meeting of the Menorah Chapter of Hadassah will be held Monday, Mafth 13, at 1:30 p.m. at Beth El. A film, "48 Hours," depicting the work of the Hadassah Medical Organization, will be shown. Members are asked to bring JNF boxes to the meeting. t** %  eth r Z coached team won out over others afraid that he would crack his who were coached by men. The weaker sox? Mrs. Shapiro has entered her team in the Marlin Interscholasiic Tournament scheduled for April first at the "1st Regiment Armory. She expects to come through with flying colors to prove that her previous victory wasn't just a lucky break. • • Ruby Goldstein attendad a luncheon in Westchester and spoke at a dinner in Freeport, Long Island, the same night. He says his wife has tabbed him "America's guest." since about the only time she gets to eat with him is at breakfast on Sundav head against the hardwood floor. Consequently, he changed the direction of his fall, hoping that if he landed sideways, he would not injure himself. As luck would have it. he did crack his head against the floor and was out for three-fourths of an hour. He had two doctors working over him in the dossing room. It was suggested to him the next day that he have a close examination with an encephalogram to determine whether or not he had suffered a possible brain injury. Phil rejected the proposal saying that "anybody crazy enough to work a game like I do couldn't possibly have a brain injury." ADL Official To Speak Henry Epstein, national commissioner of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, will address the members of Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith on Friday, March 10, at 12:15 p.m. at the Miamian Restaurant. mornings. His only complaint about the Wrtlff FWtari numerous appearances he is conI \" f^!? 0 tinually making is that ninetv;,.. ,„ L s> Texas -— Henry E. nine percent of the audience asks WoIfr Miami, was elected a memhim about his fight with Ace r T er of tne executive board of the Hudkins in 1926 when Rubv was £ atl na Federation of Temple knocked out. He says, "You would rotn erhoods at its 13th Biennial think that was the only fight I Conventlon here ever fought. Why don't "thev ask me about some of the fights I won? But no, it always has to be Ace Hudkins. "I spoke to the student bodv and faculty of the University o'f Washington one day. When I started. I said. 'If there are anv professors of English in the audi25th Anniversary CUSTOM TAILOR 25 Years of Service to the World's Most Distinctive Clientele 1140 Lincoln Road Ph. 5-3812 RACKERS The finest in fresh, crispy crackers that melt in your mouth! The all-purpose cracker you'll enjoy on every occasion. 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jjDAY, MARCH 10, 1950 9'JmisliFhrkttnn 3XX2 6MBXK3 OnrFilm Folk By LEON GUTTERMAN PAGE NINETEEN aanniHgii iii-mi^Mu : HOLLYWOOD—What is HollyLood's point of view on teles'' After kicking the idea round for two weeks I still can t LZe it out. So I asked some of better informed mental fcants. Said writer Alan Lipscott: "I an't gel excited about writing IT television. To me, an ulcer from television gives me the same ellvache as an ulcer from radio. far as I'm concerned, teleision is smellovision. I need it ke I need a hole in the head." [Said producing Irving (Life of lilev) Brecher: "Off-hand, teleHsion offers some definite adantages over radio, for the .(.owner. One of the nicest iings about television is that if M have a set. you can have your fiends in at night and you don't ave to look at them. f"With a radio set, the room is Lually lit. a"d it would be confdered rude not to look up at our guests when you ask them j please get up and shut off the kdio. Of course, if you happen i have friends that you like, it is bintless to buy a television set." Said Jack Benny: "Now that ke hot breach of television is lowing down our necks, I guess Fs time most of us did something bout it. I haven't thought too fc-d because 1 still have a couple years to go in radio for my tesent sponsor, and all I can Sink of after that is golf and utomobile tours and not having [weekly deadline to meet. I "But every once in a while, I wonder about television and jie kind of show I'd do if I were it. I don't know what type of bgram I'd like to present—but I do know that it couldn't be mining like a photographic frsion of my air show. So that eans I'll need a whole new proram idea if I'm to. go into teleIsion. And since I'm busy enjoy1 life and working to keep my dioshow popular.at the same ne, who's got time to think out television?" ISaid Eddie Cantor: "Here in bllywood we recently had a irld premier of an important "ion picture. The ceremonies nding the premiere were teleid. I said to a nearby columnf Now with television, these femieres are even more difficult. Ti radio we used to just sound upm—now we can look stupid" "No actor has a right to be Revised unless he is properly l e u Pr( -' h earsed—and fully epared for it. Television is cryIWishowmanship. It needs 2 FAMOUS NAMES FEATURED BY 'OLPfRfS |toing Room Furniture and ^RAL@ ELECTRIC Appliances FURNITURE Co 1 200 Coral Way professionals. It had better kick out the amateurs who are kicking television around. The novelty no longer suffices. Television is such a big thing that just anything is not good enough!" IVM Symphony Announces Dates For Next Season The University of Miami is announcing the dates fot the 23rd season of the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra for nine pair of concerts. Negotations for world renowned soloists are under way. Contracts have already been signed with Jascha Heifetz and Oscar Levant Concerts are scheduled for October 29 and 30, November 19 and 20, December 10 and 11 during 1950 and for January 21 and 22, February 11 and 12, March 4 and 5, April 1 and 2, 22 and 23, and May 13 and 14 during 1951. s "Wise Little Judge" To Be Told On Youth Program "Story Party," a radio program for Jewish youth continues on station WMIE on Sundays at 7:45 a.m. The broadcast is sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education. Story fqr this Sunday is "The Wise Little Judge," which tells how a Jewish child is able to be of assistance to the great King Solomon in solving a puzzling case confronting him. Narrator is Jeanette Miller, dramatic teacher and radio star of Chicago and Miami. Mrs. Miller JS also available to Parent-Teacher Associations of Jewish schools for future programs similar to her broadcasts. Free 'Sookingi may be made through the office of the bureau, 3-5858. 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% %  • % % %  —PACK TWENTY *Je*istneridtotf TODAY, MARCH r Bureau Of Jewish Education To Hold Passover Preparation Institutes A lang-expressej) need of young mothers will be met by the Passover preparation institute sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education, according to_ Louis Schwartzman. executive director of the bureau. The institute will feature a demonstration of coking of Passover dishes. explanation of Passover customs and ceremonies, teaching of Passover songs, and demonstration of the Seder procedure. In town the institute will be held at the Miami Jewish Communitv Cci.ter on Monday, March 20. from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Rabbi Murray Grauer will present the customs of Passrver. On the Beach, the institute is scheduled for Mendelsohn's Lincoln Manor, on Wednesday. March 22. from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will present the customs of Passover. A feature of both institutes will be the cooking demonstration ol Mrs. Fannie Mendelsohn. Her demonstration will include the preparation of gefilte fish, matzo meal knadelech. charoses. fried matzos and Passover desserts. Mrs. Mendelsohn is a highly experienced cook and has discussed Jewish dishes over various radio programs. Invitations to pttend the institues are now being mailed through the Jewish women's ganizations of Greater Miarri. The institutes are open to all interested. Faculty of the institutes will include Mrs. Leon Ell. Mia. Max Shapiro and Hy Pomerantz and Schwartzman of the bureau. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN Till-." CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOB DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. 130899. LEO F. ANTOINE, Plaintiff. vs. siHRLEE ANTOINE, Defendant. TO: SIHRLEE ANTOINE ill Keystone Street Reno, N-A.HI. you are required to serve .i copy or your answer t" the Bill of Complaint for Divorce on the plaintiff's attornej :iin 1 to file the original answer in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Conn on or before the 10th day of April, A D 1050: otherwise, the Bill of Complaint (or Divorce heretofore LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that ihe undersigned, destrinu to engage in business under the fictitious name pi V'lctorj Cleaners at l4Dt> B.w. stn Street, Miami, Fla., Intends to res Istei said name with the i lerk oftne circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ROSE BREESKIN Sole owner 3 S-10-17-24-31 filed h.-r by you. 1 MI.-.! 7th day -in will he taken as confessed .it of the I Miami. Florida, thi. March, USA, E. 1! LBATHERMAN, ("lerk of the Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By F Name and address Of Plaintiff's Solicitor: NORMAN R LYONS 1 ilympl Building Miami. Florida J 10-17-24-31 .1 QOCLD, Deputy ClerK Radio Workshop To Air 4th Program Wednesday Rad:o Workshop for Democracy, a community wide live radio series on human relations, will present "The Ugly Duckling" in its fourth program Wednesday. March 15, at 10:15 p.m. over station WMIE. Rick Nelson. Margie Weinstein. Bob Stevens, Dorothy Haskins and Maggie Betterton. all membera of the University of Miami Radio Guild, comprise the cast for this program. Mrs. GerHechler, president. Coral Gables B'nai B'rith Women's Chapter, will introduce the presentation. "The Ugly Duckling" was written and produced by Paul Nagel, Jr. Thi esentation is directed by Gertrude Marx, with Bernard Hutner ot the Anti-Defamation i le's Florida office, serving as technical adviser. Sloane To Star In Drama Everett Sloane noted actor. Stars in "The Story of Senator George W, Norris." latest episode in the "Lest We Forget—These Great Americans" series to be d Saturday, March 11. at 5 p.m. over station WVCG. Coral Gables. Participants in the 15-minute live panel discussion to follow will be Herbert L. Blume. local attorney, moderator: Professor Thomas Wood, department of government. University of Miami: Dr. Dunuld Michelson, din I Hillel Foundation. University of Miami; and Bert Collier, Miami Herald staff write:. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN' THE CIRCUIT COl'RT OP Till" ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCl'IT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY. No. IS0803 RAFAEL MIRO nd "TILIA M1RO, his wife, Plaintiffs, vs. ALFRED ANTON and LOUISE ANTON, Defendants. Tl i ALFRED ANTON 36 Rush Avenue, lilnghamton, New York A N 11 LOUISE ANTON, 36 Lush Avenue, i l nghamton, New Yoi k, YOU AND KACH OF YOI" are notified a Bill of Complain) for n Declaratory Decree and other relief has been filed against you in the nbove cause and you are required ••• .%  rve %  • copj nf \ oui Anew ei on the plaintiffs' attorney and file the original In the office of the Clerk of the i' i .ii i'o .ii on or before the 3rd da; of April, :•".". otherwise the alleftatli ..M1 Bill "f Complaint be laken a* • onfessed bj you. MARCH 3, I960. K. B. LBATHERMAN, • if the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) Hj WM. W STOCKING, Deputy Clerk, 1ACK \ ABB< I'I'T Attorney for Plaintiffs 27 Lim oln Ri ad Miami Beach, Fla. I 10-17-24-31 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NuTIPE IS HEREBY IJ1VEN that gned, desiring to engagi la • • %  in • %  •• the fictitious name of HERBERT JORDAN ORIGINALS al Ri F ml Mai • 12" N w. %  'I Streel Miami, Floi Ida d to reglstei .-..i.i name with the i"lerk the C lit C • 'l ',.,i("ou • Florid MAX DROSD BELLA DROSD HERBERT JORDAN \M",MIN .: l".i: NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUI1 IN AND FOR DADE ''"I N PY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No. FRED C. ZINGLINE, Plaintiff, vs. FRANCES J. ZINOLINE. DcfendTO!"FRANTI:S J. ZINOLINE, 513 HARMON STREET. CORPI'S I'HUISTI. I EXAS YOU AUK REQUIRED to serve a copy of your answer to the Hill 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 \lareh. IS*''", in the above entitle. i cause tor divorce, otherwise a Decree Pro Confesao Will be entered against DATED thi* 1 day of March. 19.".0. i: B, LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) ,„.,„„ Bv M. C. FEIGE. Deputy Clerk. EMANUEL LEVINSON. Attorney for Plaintiff, BUT Biscayn'e Building. Miami 3:'. Florida. :i 3-10-17-21 130739. INGEBURG FIEDLER. Plaintiff, vs. WILLIAM MAX FIEDLER, Defendant. TO: WILLIAM MAX FIEDLER in Alfred University Alfred New York YOU ARE REQUIRED to serve a copy of your answer to the bill ol complaint for divorce on the plaintiffs 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. i: I!. LBATHERMAN, clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit court Seal) Hy M. C. FEIOE, Deputy Clerk. MARX M FABER Attorney tor Plaintiff 112 Congress Building Miami. Florida :: 3-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ihe undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fletitious name of %¡ OLDEN ARROW MOTEL at 15800 Collins Avenue Dade County, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade county, Florida HAROLD 8. CANTOR KLRY STONE Attorney fur Harold S. Cantor 3/3-10-17-24 Puchkofi To Speak The Histadruth L'Tarbuth Ivrith of Greater Miami will an address by Pincus Pu %  on Sunday, March 19. at 3 p.i the Spinoza Forum. 124 11th St Miami Beach Puchk ::. who is a well known Hebrew and Yiddish author, will speak on "The Stfcond Front." His talk will be in Hi bn w NOTICE TO APPEAR SMALL CLAIM!* COURT. FIFTH DISTRICT, DADE COUNTY, Fl.oR. IDA —No :• • i-n .-TH.:.MAN. ,1 b a STANDARD DAS STATION, tiff, JERRY \ REGAN Defendant. vm\ JERRY A REGAN, are hereipeai foi ti lal of the aboveon Ihe 11th %  •' 2:Oo p.m. ai ihe Merl Ian Avenue, Wida. : esult In a t and Ju Ignu • i lug entered • Bei i h, Florida this Uarcl KENNETH OKA, Judge of S i us Courl %  MANFRED .1 BERLINER -Miff 11 LI' R ...I 1-31 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCl'IT cot'RT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FI.OR1DA. — IN CHANCERY No. 130661. CATHERINE I'ATRICIA LeMOINE. Plaintiff, vs. THEODORE I^eMolNE. I lefniidant. TO: THEODORE LeMOINE .'6 Wlldwood Avenue Ireenfleld. Masaaohusetta YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai a suit for divorce has been l>rought against you by CATHERINE PATRICIA LeMOINE and you are required to serve a copy of vour written defenses, if any nn the Plaintiffs Attorney. GEORGE .1. TAL1ANOFF, 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Reach. Florida, and file the original in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the L'7 day of March. 1950, In default of which the Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against you. Dated, this 27 day of February, E. B. LBATHERMAN, „ Cleric of Circuit Court. In uit Court Seal) By ft. II RUE. ,1R 3/3-10-17-24 D6PUt5 ''''•'" LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN iill. CIRCUIT COURT • %  !' THE I1TII JUDICI \:. CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADK COUNTY, FLORIDA.IN CHANCERY, No. |3„74n JOHN i IIIACCO Plaintiff, \MARY TABACCO, D. • %  'I'I I: MARY TABAC J40 Angelo Streel m h. -i. r N< w Yoi k If I are I equli • %  to % % %  r: % %  o i opy | youivanswei to the Bil ol I Complaint for Divorce on the pi ttorney nnd tq file the • answer in the ofl • ,,f the Clerk of the Circuit • ..II or before ihe 3rd day of April, A D. ::•".' %  othel -> Ise, the BUI "i i 'omplalnl for l Hvorce hen l fiied herein iii be taken ai confessed by you. Dated at Miami. Florida, this the 1st day ..f March, 1950. E. B. LBATHERMAN, Cl.rk of the Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida, 28, 1950 ... K ,; LEATHEP.MAN. cgS^^th. Clrcull Court By WM. \v. STOCKING JACK A ABBOTT, """'" y C,erk Utorne) for Plaintiff, '-'. Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla. 3 3-10-17-2* 'Circuit NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS „ NAME LAW Noil' E 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the onderalgned, iie H iring to engage in •ha,m s i'i""'"' ,h fk ,ili ">"' nami of Charm House at 2109 Coral Way -Miami. Dade County. Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk Florida 011 0 "" C urt of ** CoSSri KMAN,EL"^VE^ N KXANDER tttoi ney at Law *'.', '','"" !" "" Building Miami. Florida -10-17-24 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No. 23737. In Re: ESTATE OF JACOB JOSEPH SIMONHOFF, D as.d. To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You. and each of you. are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of vou, may have against the estate of JACOB JOSEPH SIMONm IFF, deceased, late of Dade County. Florida, to the Hon. VV. F. Blanton. County Judge of Dade County, and file the same In his office In the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 120 of the 1333 Probate Act. Date February 21st, A.D. 1950. HARRY SIMONHOFF SAM SIMONHOFF As Executors of the Last Will and Testament of Jacob Joseph Simonhoff, Deceased. 2/24 3/3-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE [0 HEREBY GIVEN that tho undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of The Sliver Club at Dade County, Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ADOLPH A. HOLLANDER 3941 N. W. 1st Street, Miami 2/17-21 3/3-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, pursuant to the "Fictitious Name Statute," House Bill No. 117". Chapter No. 20933. Uws of Florida. 1941, will register with the Cl.-rk of the Circuit Court, in and for Dade County, Florida, upon receipt of proof of the publication of this notice the fictitious name, towit: ALLAN HARDWARE STORE under which 1 am engaged in business. I expect to engage in business at number B."i30 N. W. 7th Avenue, in the City of Miami. Florida. That the party Interested In said business, enterprise, is as follows: LILLIAN ROSENBAI'M ARONOVITZ & ARON'OVITZ, Attya. Seybold Building 3/3-10-17-24 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE ur^biTTiVeVcrt NOTICE irmsF?*? ,,&,£ CORAL WAY U irSS A MARKET at 1741 Cni-oi ,. K SHFI Florida. Intend to reg?,e? ,y l S3 with the Clerk of 7h %  pi r a ,' d "2I of Dade County. Fi„, ,,bf lrcu CoSI LOUIS TEICH v"7o n -lU4 r A, "" lra "" IN COUNTY IWSg^ R K "Es T iTir ^ ''^^H MORRIS RAUBFOGEL Deceased. NOTICE is hereby K i VM ,. have filed my final reportSS ,""' l| for FThal Discharge as AtetolSSS of the estate of Morris T't?""! deceased; and that on the ", ^l March, 19.10. will applv to tw u y *l able Judge W. J Blanton &1 Judge of Dade County. %,£ approval of said final reuort ,-i !"l final discharge as AdmSrJnid cease". 3 ,e f ^"^ R w5.f3 This 21 day of February lj^ MILTON A. FRIE DM.^ LliPUGa Attorney for Administratrix 2/24 3/3-10-17 X NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE. No. 23640. In Re: ESTATE OF ROSE MELINSON. I 'eceased. To All Creditors and All Persons Havini; Claims or Demands Against Said • Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby | notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you. may have against the estate of Rose Melinson. deceased, late of Dade County, Florida, to the Hon. VV. F. Blanton, County Judge of Dade County, and file the same in his office In the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Date Fell. 28, A.D. 1950. GERTRUDE BERSON, As Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of Rose Mellnson. Deceased. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Executrix 3/3-10-17-24 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COl'RT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY. No. 130694. LILLIAN R. BH1STOW. Plaintiff, vs. JAMES BRISTOW, Defendant. TO: JAMES BRISTOW, 1332 Harvard Street, N.W., Room 211. Washington, D. C. You annotified a Bill of Complaint for divorce haB been filed against you In the above cause and you are requlred to serve a copy of your Answer mi the plaintiff's attorney anil file the original In the office of the Clerk ..f the Circuit Court on or before the 31sl day of March. 1050: otherwise the allegations of said Rill of Complaint will be taken as confessed by you. February 2fc 1050, K. B LBATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. 'Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk, JACK A. ABBOTT, Attorney for Plaintiff, 927 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla. 3 3-10-17-24 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT "F I'LoitlOA, IN AND FOR DADF COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 130.132 SADYE MoSKO Plaintiff, vs. -MAX MOSKO, Defendant. Mr Max Mosko, I 137 Cahuenga Hollywood 23, California. Y.ul are required to serve a copy of your answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney, and to file the original answer in the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 27th duv of March, A.D. 1960: otherwise, the Bill of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore t.lel herein, will 1„. taken as confi -, ,i by you. Dated at Miami, Florida, this the 32 day of February, 1950. E II. LEATHERMAN. Cl.rk of the Circuit Court, ,_, Dade County. Florida. • Circuit Court 8>al) By M. C. FEIGE, .. Deputy Clerk. Name and Address of Plaintiffs Solicitor: MILTON A FRIEDMAN, l"'.':: Seybold Building. Miami. Florida. 2.21 3/3-10-17 A:NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT C''CRT OFVl 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT^ 1 FLORIDA. IN AND FOR til sag !" ,N !" !" T D ^ JOSEPH VIVINETTO. Plaintiff MARY VIVINETT'i, Defendant. TO: MARY VIVINETTo 334 Falrmount Avenue Newark New Jersev YOU ARE HEREBY N0TT, that a Bill of Complaint for Du w has been filed against you and n are required to serve a copy of n Answer to the Bill of Complaint the Plaintiff's attorney, and filt original in the office of the Clerkthe Circuit Court nn or before a 17th day of March. 1!'3D, or a d will be taken against you. Dated: February 1". 1050, E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit COB (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. POSt, Deputy MARION BROOKS Attorney for Plaintiff 817-819 Olympia Bldg. Miemi. Florida 2/17-24 3/3-10 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT ('U'l'.T OF ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCllI OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR Oil COUNTY. — IN CIIAXCERT, Si 130310. JACK DORMAN. Plaintiff, vi. LORRAINE DORMAN, Defcn4ut| Lorraine Dorman, 3 Montgomery Street. New York City, N. Y. Y'ou are required t.. erv IMIJ your answer to the Bill of Coal 1 for Divorce on the plaintiff's atts and to file the original answer at office of the Clerk of the CW Court on or before the 20th d < March, A.D. 1950; otherwise, tin ~ of Complaint for Divorce, herewl filed herein, will be taken as conta by you. Dated at Miami, Florida, thU 1 day of February. 1950. E. B. LEATHERMA.VJ Clerk of the Circuit Cor Dade County, Florida, (Circuit Court Seall -m „_ By M. C. FEIGE Deputy Cld Name and Address of Plaintiff's Solicitor: MILTON A. FRIEDMAN. 1023 Seybold Building. Miami. Florida. 2/17-34 3/3-10 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COCBI W 'S 11TH JUDICIAL CIRC11T Dl FOR DADE COUNTY. Fl-ORIM-I IN CHANCERY, No !•*,-,, SIDNEY S. LAPIDKS I'la inliB. PEARL LA PIPES. Defendant. TO: PEARL LAl'IDES 1149 Stratford Avenue, Bronx. New York. You are hereby ordere I and • to serve a copy of your A "*"7 whickl Bill of Complaint, a copy "< ""I enclosed herewith, -n > "'''„' torney. and Ma,the original office of the Cl.rk erf the u Court on or before the 1 JJJ, March, 1950, otherwise tn( is a l ",„ of said Bill will be taken as con by Date U di.t Miami, Fi.u %  ld..t l of February, 19a"LBAT BKMU1 Cser'k of the Clrctrtt %  (Circuit Court Seal) w ST0C KlSM By W. %  I)epUl y OS] BEN ESSEN Attorney for Plajntltt, 823 Seybold Budding, Miami, Florida. 2/17-24 3/3-10 r^lCE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIR-'UIT %  ^ c ,RCfl ELEVENTH JC1 1<-JAI' lR pil OF FLORIDA. IN ;' N; |.:i:V 1 COUNTY. — IN CHAN' BERTHA (IRA HAM. P" Mrs. Bertha Graham, Townsend, Delaware. rv( a fjl You are required to st Con ,;j your answer to tl" M J. *td for Divorce on the | M u er and to file the '•' ^"' ,'"the C^ office of the Clerk < „ aafi Court on or be foi -e Ije j oM March. A.D. 1950, "{JfJ,, her< of Complaint for I '* or ake „ a. filed herein, will be fessed by you. Dated at Miatn Florid*Uatea ni •, 0 -n w 21 day of February ^gfagtit E. B. • %  %  ,.i rP ut u Clerk of the ( {Sorl4v Dade County, (Circuit Court gjal) f Ml p> Deputy L Name and AddreM ol Mil' T Vc?A S "KiilKDMAN, A BM fSyboW Bulldlns. 1 Miami. Florida. I/S4J/8.KW1



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*gpAY, MA RCH 10. 1950 jlan-li Jfanid Rod Cross Month ltfavors of Miami, Miami Beach, rnral' Gables and Hialeah have V?' d jn proclaiming the month if "larch. 1950. Red Cross Month. M v William M. Wolfarth of Miami, m his proclamation stated that "The American Red Cross has taken its place in the hearts of our countrymen .' because of "Red Cross services in disaster, in aiding service men and their families, veterans and their deMndents, in promoting health and safety through its first aid. nU r< ntiments were echoed in the pr clamations issued by Mavor W. Keith Phillips of Coral c \ ,. Mayor Henry Milander of Hialeah. Each called upon tizens of his communilj .ill within their I the organization toJtH nt funds to carry on i tswi • services during the ensuing V kers are soliciting funds I the Red Cross during then.:': : March. The slogan | for th • campaign is "All X %  I with the help of ; .ntv Chapter expects to n its goal of $271,084. Young Adult I nil Will B hirrnod tores] repeated requests, acoun I of representaII Jewish young adult will be organized meeting Wednesday, March 15. at 8 p.m. at the Miami Jewish | Community Center. Invitations have i' 'tided to all young adult organization in the com| munity. A preliminary committee has |already met and discussed the work of the i ouncil. As outlined I by the %  'i. the council will (serve as radium for clearing Iduies. ng nit campaigns for luV of Israel and other JWDturi nd for creating a youth Iferum "A GOOD NAME is more to be treasured than richM." Proverbs GORDON FUNERAL HOME SYMBOLIZES EVERYTHING A GOOD NAME IMPLIES alafegftlMte onEJ? years tne name fRDON has been as* c, ated with serv.ee to Gre er Miami Jewish causes t IT time of need let £ help y o U as we have done 'or other grateful families GORDON J" S.W. 12th Avenue Phone 3-3431 or 9-1436 '% L< PLUMMER F "neral Director Brandeia Auxiliary To Hold Purim Party Annual Purim party will be held by the Louis D. Brandeis Auxiliary No. 199, Free Sons of Israel at the Seacomber Hotel, on Thursday. March 9, at 8 p.m *** ** %  will be ^~S PAGE TWENTY-ONE mied^H^n? a 8 fa ,7 e v en : Miss Levi To Be Hostess tea" at the home of Miss Betty Queen Vashti. A Membership Tea Kandel. 4555 North Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach, on Sunday, March 12, from 3 to 5 p.m. The chapter is also planning to hold its spring dance on Sunday, March 19. at the Cadillac Hotel. Proceeds will go toward Youth Aliyah work. titled "Trial of Queen Vashti. The cast includes the Mesdames Miriam Trau, M. Bernard Brust. Harry Spring, Alfred Rich. Aaron Bookspan. Louis Sacharoff. Julius Jacoby and Ethel Barnett. The play is under the direction of Mrs. Miss Fanny Levitt, chairman of the membership committee of the Miami Business and Professional Division of Hadassah, will be hostess at a "paid-up membership Me tire achievement of the Century! ...no rivaUmitator or comparison DON'T WAIT! Millions of summer buyers have taken quick preseason action to see, ride and steer these great new Mid-Century tires —have installed them on their old cars and new; with full advantage of our introductory terms and allowances covering the full present value of all tires replaced. ACT TODAY: For these exclusive facts and features never tnown before! Protect and modernize your car for years to come. THE ONLY SUCH TIRES IN THE WORLD NEVER BEFORE— the new Protective Curb Guard, to save your lires from grinding curb scuff and abrasion. NEVER BEFORE — the new Everlasting Whitewalls lo mainiain for life the spotless beauty of your tires. NEVER BEFORE— the new Triple-Traction Tread to sweep, bite and hold where tires have never held before. NEVER BEFORi— Three full Levels of New Tire Life and Safety in every tire. NEVER BEFORE —Complete T-ead Renewabilily lo the last mile, with b0 r c more safe miles. NEVER BEFORE— Tires that remain Fresh and Sew when other tires are giving up their lives. The New Mid-Century L'. S. Royal Master fs an entirely new super-tire,—made exactly to the demands of the newer motor cars, in cooperation with highest ranking automotive engineers. ON ANY CAR, OLD OR NEW-ACT TODAY! They fit exactly, lower and lengthen the appearance of xour car, —add flashing style and beautv./l// with supreme safety and mileage. All with the Sew Eicrlasting H'hitcwatls: all with the New Protective Curb Guard, and the genuine and original I'. S. Air Ride protection from road shoct ana' vibration. It's the Tin That Changes Everything Tin Only Such Tin in the World Act Now—Take advantage of our introductory program. UNITED STATES RUBBER COMPANY tV^ FULL PRESENT VALUE FOR YOUR OLD TIRES! NORTON TIRE CO. Inc., 500 W. Flagler St.. Miami—Phone 3-4639 LOUIS E. PALLOT, President NORTON PALLOT TIRE CO 1454 Alton Rd., Miami Beach—Phone 5-5115 BUY QUALITY ON EASY BUDGET TERMS As Low J -I .00 As PER WEEK Gigantic Trade-In Sale ON WORLD FAMOUS U. S. ROYAL TIRES %  i i WBBBBBW



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PAGE TWENTY-TWO Capitol Spotlight By MILTON FRIEDMAN WASHINGTON-A small but highly nauseating group of ?zechoslovaJa. is pouring munitions into Israel. Their strategy is simple All this nstrations against England came about after a delegation, wjth crowds sho uting "Forward, representing the American Z.on, R()mmeiv Even before this trend became Thg Associatc d Press reported: apparent, Israel made applica„ The train hat runs from ismalia tion to buy American jet planes gnd poft Sajd js equ i p ped with an and weapons to offset the flow anti aircrafl gun operated by a of modern material to the AraDs. Briljsh anu a ircraft gunner. The especially to Egypti Egyptian State Railways makes Some critics of Israel foreign; tne gunncr buy a ticket for each iliev asked why Israel doesn t : •• ,o fight, then how efefctive would thev really be when the combined Arab powers failed to knock off Israel? There are a lot of people who never wanted to see an independent Jewish state. Some of th-m are in Washington. But most remain in the Arab states. Given an overwhelming edge in modern military equipment, air power, and naval forces, they will be tempted to try again. Weanwhile. the Israel financial crisis is further complicated when continuing arms expenditures are necessitated. And the flow of immigration is impeded. FRIDAY, MARCH 10 ,Q^ CHOICE FAMILY PLOTS In Jewish Section— Woodkxwn Park Cemetery AVAILABLE NOW! For Details and Information Call Cemetery Office 4-5922 policv asked why sign up with the Western Powers for arms aid. But most of these critics know about the hundreds of thousands of Jews in Balkan countries—particularly Rumania and Hungary—who want to go to Israel but who have encountered much trouble securing emigration permits. And if Israel openly allies itself with the West, there might be no permits at all. Rep. James E. Van Zandt. Republican. Penn.. Rep. Lawrence H. Smith. Republican. Wise, and others were reported to have urged the giving of arms by the U. S. to Egypt to build up that country as a "bulwark against Communism." Van Zandt made an hysterical attack on an unnamed "pressure group" which he blamed with making a "desperate attempt" to prevent "essential military equipment being given to Egypt." He added that "this pressure group has hired a former secretary to the President. Clark Clifford, to intervene with the President and his initial fee is reputed to be $30,000. Doubtless he will receive more if he is successful in blocking the proposal" Raving on. Van Zandt told the House that Egypt is threatened by invasion from an "air-borne Red army." Indicating a total ignorance of the history of Egyptian "participation" in World War II, Van Zandt's closing statement •was a classic. He said. "We cannot afford to let Egypt go by default and I urge the President of the United States to authorize military assistance to this friendly, freedom-loving country — Egypt." Why should "this friendly, freedom-loving country" fight to repell an "airborne Red army" when she failed to declare war on Germany even after Nazi Marshal Rommel's Afrika Korps invaded Egypt, shelled her cities, and bombed Cairc? The Cairo newspaper, "Akhbar el Yom," reported in February. 1942. that "there were street GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE STORE FRONT — PLATE end WINDOW GLASS Furniture Top*. Beveled Mirrors end RetUvering Our Specialty L. A G. Glass and Mirror Works 136-S.W. 8th St PHONE 3-4834 MORRIS ORUN WVIS GERBER trip. Instead of responding to the N;:zi bombardment of Egyptian cities with a declaration of war, the Egvptian government repeatedlv urged the British military authorities to evacuate their headquarters in Cairo and to declare it an open city. The only Egyptian statesman who openlv insisted that it was Egypt's dutv to declare war against the Nazi invaders was Ahmed Maher Pasha. He was assassinated. When it was obvious that Germany was routed, in February. 1945, Egypt finally went through the formality o. declaring war in order to guarantee itself a share of the spoils. The other freedom-loving" countries. Lebanon. Saudi Arabia, and Syria also declared war at this brave moment. Iraq revolted in favor of the Nazis. Syria was a Vichy stronghold. Haj Amin and other Arab leaders served the Nazis well. What assurance is there that the arms we might send will be used against the air-borne Red armies a/d not against the seaborne U. S. army or the free-borne Israel army? And if the Arabs underwent a miraculous change and decided Builders of Immortal Memorials for the Jewish Trade Look For the 2-Story White Building THURMOND MONUMENT Co. 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RIDAY, MARCH 10, 1950 RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY Jewish Florkttnr, PAGE TWENTY-THREE J Norlhside Jewish Center. 6231 mil First Ct. I, i,*eol classes every Sunday I Dr. Wm. Boros. 856 li M -)r^w classes under TJ.'ii.m of Rev. I'hilip .FYled at 6701 R? 4lh Ave. on .Mondays and bndavn from i to 6 nm. North Bade Jewish Canter Ervative). 13630 W. Dixie liahway, North Miami. K*,.. v ..vrii.iu.' .-.•iviccs at S:l. i con[v'l !•> J' : !l RosenfeM. Sunday iFirsi" Jewish Congregation of oral Gables. 2410 Ponce de Leon ld. (Conservative). servlcea at 8:30. %  n will officiate. I shal>l>at will be served by the P and friends are IFIagler-Granada Jewish Cen1 175 S.W. 45th Ave. fcr-dav ervleea at 9 a.m. %  Israelite Center (Conservative) IsV S.W. 24th T*rr. 1 | eel vices at 6: Saturday l I at i Dally services at 8 Worth Shore Jewish Center jonservaiive). 916 Everglades Incourse, Miami Beach (Aiti [aim Congregation). Rev. Philip Ed riday evening services at 8:15 p.m. i rabbi will apeak on "What Has M An o)ien forum IWion ami an Oneg Bhabbat fol| irds morning services at Sunday school at 10 a.m. at ry School. ^ngregation beth Tfllah (Ordox). 935 Euclid Ave., Miami •ehRabbi Joseph E. Racki>;i,i.,\ evening servlcea at 8:16 p m. I %  servleea at .30. rine the morning service Rabbi pcationing Here l)n a several weeks winter soIrn at the Delmonico Hotel are I. and Mrs. William Heitner of !• York and Brooklyn. Popular litors to Miami Beach, where ly annually spend their hotel ration with Mr. and Mrs. David per. the Heitners are being lertained als i by Mr. and Mrs. |l Phillips of Paim Beach. Mr. Mrs. Mayer H. Frankel and and Mrs Simon Wolff. llr and .Mrs. Heitner will rein here until after Passover. V expect to be joined at the Imonico for Passover week by Ifleilner's brother-in-law and ler Mr. ;,ntl Mi's. Sol Herman. I Df New York and Brooklyn. I. Herman is the famous Tillie Itner, exclusive designer for Heitner':women's apparel Rackovaky will conduct the services JWJ >,,eak OB£flMf Worshippers" A? Jd.i the %  *&' wi "Paaa o," thi j Portion of the Week followed at lJt-E: b Z "<*•. shaiosh ItVdoa 5n l.a a 1 rlv M ,n i K aervloS .ini ,', 5 i m V"' P"** ln Mlshnah ,.30 a.m Evening services dailv at 6 p.m. followed by class In Laws in, MM *: w el 2 9 „rit Con9re9ation 'Jock 1068 Saturda >' morning at 9:00 Congregation xoung Israel (Orthodox). 4001 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach, pally service* at 8 a.m. Mlncha and |*}*ffi V a i ? "•,'"• 'C Friday nlghl at ....in. Saturday morning services ai .• a.m..during which Richard Kenneth Son Of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bloom 7*3 gnaee Ave. will l.ecom,. Bai Mltavah Friends and members of the congregation are Invited to attend the .,'... monies and reception to f, || ow MI, U !IR Saturday night at 5:80 followed to Shaloa Baudot and Maartv. T'Ferelh Israel Congregation of Miami (Orthodox), 4316 N.W. 7th Avenue. tJT rld ay v nin R services at 6 p.m.: Saturday morning at 9:30 a.m AI residents in that area are invited to attfiiu. Coral Gables Jewish Center (Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop: Cantor Joseph W. Malek; Steve Kessler, organist. Palermo Ave. near Le Jeune. Friday night services at B:15. Sermon M Ka.bbi sk.,p. ^outh Oroups Wednesday and Thursday at s:30. Daily Hebrew S cho.d and Sunday religious school at 10 a.m. Saturday morning lotah service at 9:41 with congregational study of Sidrah selections. Hebrew readings by boys of the Hebrew school. Temple Israel (Reform), 137 N.E. 19th St. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Rabbi Emeritus. Friday evening services at 815 pr. Kaplan will conduct the services and preach on "What Do You See." .>, .•> nrman A. Rosaman win recite trie blessing over the candles, Mrs. .Nathaniel 11. l.evin, representing the .National Council of Jewish Women. will address the congregation on the occasion of Council Sabbath. Sabbath eve reception under sisterhood sponsorship will follow. Mrs. Adolph Wertheimer, house and refreshment chairman, will l„. assisted by Mrs Harry V. Simons, hospitality chairman; Mrs Elry stone, co-chairman; w' s ,.' 'r 0 "'" -Mendelson and Mrs. Mas Holtsberg. hostesses for March, Saturday morning servlcea at 1! a.m Dr. Kaplan will speak on the Biblical Portion of the Week. The members the confirmation class will participate. Jewish Community Center (Conservative). 2020 Polk St.. Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig; Cantor Milton Freedman. Early Friday services at 5:30. Late Friday services at 8:15. Rabbi Honig will conduct the services and speak on "Love—The -Main Function of Religion.*' Saturday morning servIcea at n:30. Rabbi win preach on "Weekly Tortion of the Law." Sunday morning the film "Tsena," will be shown to the religions school. On Sunday evening the Jewish War Veterans Purlm Festival will be heal Hebrew Academy. 918 6th St., Miami Beach. Friday evening services at 6:00. Saturday morning at 9 a.m. Sol L. Susannan, principal, will deliver a sermon on 'The Art of Praying. Class in study of Mishna Saturday at 4:45 p.in Mlncha services at 5:46 followed v Shalos Beudos, Dally Bible classes at 5:15 p.m. Haily servlcea at 7:80 a.m. and 0:16 p.m. Sunday a! B a.m. Temple Betn Snoiom (Liberal), 4144 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel Kelemer. iWday evening services at 8:15. RaTJbl Kronish will, speak. Sabbath service at 10:45 a.m. Arthur Jacobson will become Bar Mltavah. S s,hoo| at 9:45. Hebrew school 3:15 p.m. Monday through Thursday. Temple Isaiah (Reform), 1536 Bay Road. Miami Beach. Rabbi Mo.-hay P. Mann. Friday eveninff services at 8:16. conducted by Rabid Moshay P. Mann with Dr. Paul Peck as cantor. Bention topic will be "Charity—How. When & Whom Not to Giver 1 in observance of current r.J.A. Appeal to be followed by an open forum. Free religious sch" -1 Sunday morning at 10. Congregation Bath El (Orthodox), 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Friday evening services at 6 p.m. Friday forum at 8:15 a.m. Raidil Murwin"mow r Sat!!rd P a r : arh A '•WiOll Congregation Beth David (ConRL at, l e L?. ral Wav nd^26th Road Rbbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. |iak The broadcast over H'WPP Rabb, 'NHX W SL ln V""' ; h "--''"' Jiasvk-th'e T.ue a|,1 H n T ""'"-"P'vfStlop m rU obser^nceof Z n,v .IH. • %  '"' "SMFaiatlon Saturiw ,; i 7, : w •"'• Heb.>.w s.i„„! between 3.30 and 6:3ft p m, dailv. Congregation Beth Jacob (Orthodox). 301-311 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. l,,Th UI '' > ,',.f,' eninK *T lccs at • SabiMth servic, ,t v 3(, ., m <-;.,,.. .T'i' .Vi,i R f. M, i r t 'S i, I 1 "' •"" %  • %  "••''.•in".:, t ,t ii ,• Z Rubenstein. a fouiul,., of the Hebqsw Theological College of Chicago. Rabbi Rubensteln s the of R. ,, %  Iri e %  g'^ 0, Congregation Slnal will h ••e a !' k .' chlt, ago. His topic will be -Spiritual Inspiration In i\ mer sh a M,ncna at • K roMowed DV Shalos Seudos. Rabbi Naham \L wiiit !" 1 1 rahbl in p "*'a, \t a ivV,^L 5 ,1 w s '."leaker. A Malave .r^ .n n der< d by 'P*"*x and admlr,ri„ "l'r f' v n hlm at 'he audlhe U ^.w? ,urday ? iKl at 8 "' "Web the iiubllc is welcome. Dailv school Th,n-H 3:30 ', 6:3 >><•>'throu !" Sunday "" am to no,,n n Temple Emanu-El fBaform), 1801 S. Andrews Ava., Fort Lauderdale. Dr. Marius Ranson. Rabbi. Rabbi Ranson will conduct the service at 8:18 Friday and will %  peak on Knthuslasm.'' Services Saturday morning at 11 at the Hollywood Beach Hotel Hebrew school at the temple featurday 9:15 a.m. Religious sehool Sunday at 9:45. Congregation Kneseth Israel (Traditional), 1415 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H. Ever. AMtft 1 *" KOSHER V QUALITY Distributed by L JWEUCATISSIII MEATS Hi-firade Food Co. 1733 N. W. 7th Ave. p ho ne 9-8456 t '. \ ISO IA i MMJI V tRICAN |t WISH 0IMNE8' i ) MTmf. ~ II 1\ 4 4 6 C 0 L l I N" S A V I SLjPCcn* Triton Hotel Dining Room On the Ocean at Twenty-Eighth St. Full Course Dinners Air-Conditioned Music Operated by Erwin Frishnet Phone 5-6651 Mlncha Friday at 6:00 p.m. Kabbalaa b os at 6:16 p.m. Saturday morning service at 8:30 conducted by a guest cantor. Rabbi Ever will deliver the sermon. Rabbi win lei tune at p m on the Portion of the Wei k, follow %  d by Mincha and Shalos Seudos. Zn and i. marks by guests. Dailv at s a.m.; evening at 6 p.m. Dally Hebrew school from 8:30 Monday through Thursday; religious school Sunday at 10 a.m. Miami Beach Jewish (jommun| ity Cantor (Conservative). 1701 j Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. Late Friday service at 8:30 p.m. Dr. Ix'iiis Flnkei will be guest speaki At Saturday morning services Harvey -Milton, son of Mr. and Mrs. I^ouis Ellis, will become Bar Mltavah. Miami Hebrew School and Congregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Berele Kelemer. Friday evening services at 6:15. At service Saturday morning at 9 a.m.. Nathan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Schoenfeld will 1., %  i Bar Mltavah. Mlschna .lass at 5 p.m. followed by Mlncha and Shalos Seudi a. Rabbi April will speak on the Portion of the Week. Par Mltzvah services Sunday morning at 5:30 followed by a Bar Mltavah breakfast. 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PAGE TWENTY-FOUR vjewisti ncridlan FRIDAY, MARCH 10,19 f* Sen. Pepper Now On Speaking Tour Senator Claude Pepper is nowconducting a whirlwind speaking tour through all the large cities in Florida, following his March 2 speech in Miami Municipal auditorium announcing his candidacv for renomination to the United States Senate. In keeping with his Miami pledge to "take the campaign issue of special interests versus the people directly to the people themselves." Florida's senior senator has personally talked to thousands of farmers, workers, and small businessmen during his statewide "grass roots" campaign this week. Pepper's March 2 speech promised that he would fight to help enact measures to provide the people of Florida with added security in old age and illness. He warned that those interests which "seek less and less for the many, and more and more for the few" will inevitably bring about "less and less for everybody." The senator denounced communism, and also denounced [ opening those politicians who "are un-, willing io do anything to abolish 1 1 the squalor and poverty in which communism grows." During a question-and-answer period after his half-hour radio address, which was carried on 29 Stations throughout Florida. Senator Pepper pointed out that he has a 99'; record of voting with the Democratic majority in Congress He declared that "the entire country is watching this campaign because they know that it's a contest between a real Democrat and those interests which think that unemployment and lowwages are a desirable thing." In answer to a question from an Allapattah housewife. Senator Pepper insisted that "freedom from want must be preserved along with all our other precious American freedoms" He stated that during his 14 years in the U. S. Sente he has "always fought to preserve all our freedoms and to help build up industry in the South to br ng greater prosperity and sacurity to all our people." Harry B. Smith Opens Law Offiee Public Reception To Honor Shreibman Harry B. Smith Harry B. Smith announces the of his office for the practice of law in as; sociation with Irving Cypen at 420 Lincoln Road. Suite 235,: Miami Beach Smith recently graduated from the University of Miami School, of Law. magna cum laude. While at the university, he was president of Alpha Epsilon Pi social fraternity; president of Nu Beta Epsilon honorary legal fraternity; comment editor of the University of Miami Law Quarterly; a member of Iron Arrow, highest honorary leadership fraternity at the university, and a member of Omicron Delta Kappa, national honorary leadership fraternity. He was also a justice on the appellate honor court and in 1949 served as university chairman for the Combined Jewish Appeal. A graduate of Miami Beach Senior High School. Smith resides at 3110 S.W. 21st St. New 1IIIVW I nil Being Formed A new B'nai B'rith Young Women's group, the Star Chapter.; is being organized and will hold j its first meeting on Wednesday. March 15. at 8 p.m.. at the home' of Carol Milberg. 2845 N.W. 22nd Ave. Young women between ".he ages of 18 and 25 are invited to! attend. Rosalyn Morris, president of District No. Five BBYW will be guest speaker. Scheduled to attend the meeting are Selma Lewis. B'nai B'rith youth director of Greater Miami; Mrs. Lenore Curtice and Mrs. Tena Katz. advisers, from Sholem Chapter. B'nai B'rith Women. A program is being planned by ; Mrs. Harold Simonoff. Further information may be obtained by calling Mrs. Simonoff at 82-0112 or Doris Klein at 78-2113. GORDON ROOFTNG AND SHEET METAL WORKS MIVI your roof repaired now; you nvi on %  now roof leter Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" Will 414 t. W. 22nd Avenue MHONE 4-6M0 MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Wholesale and Retail Rough or Pulverized Grade A. Soil "WE SPREAD" Phone 4-0335 LANDSCAPING OUR SPECIALTY 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace ALL WORK GUARANTEED DOOM ^^9 ...rough the use of -OT NYLON TENTS I fir A nylon lent completely cover* the entire infested building in which a deadly got it released. This new method cuts your coil in >/l % 5 YEAR GUARANTEE FOR BOTH DRY •^LWOOD AND SUBTERRANEAN ^WLV. TERMITES PHONE 5-3444 SO. FLORIDA'S IARGEA EXTERMINATING CO A public reception in honor of Reuven Shreibman. vice mayoi of Jerusalem, will take place on Monday night. March 13. at the Miami Beach High school auditorium. Scheduled to appear on the program are Major Aaron Decter and the internationally known soprano. Mascha Benya. The "Salute to Israel" dinner dedicated to the Histadrut, at which the vice mayor will be guest of honor, is scheduled for Sunday, March 12, at 6 p.m. at the Beachcomber. Tickets for both affairs may be secured at office of Histadrut committee. 600 Lincoln Road; Waldorf Towers Hotel, 860 Ocean Dr: S. Ashkenazy Real Estate. 835 Lincoln Road, and President Hotel, 1423 Collins Ave. Beach Juniors To Meet. Games Party Planned The Miami Beach unit of Junior Hadassah will hold a meeting Thursday, March 9, at 7:45 p.m. at the Vanderbilt Hotel, Beverly Raphael has announced. A short skit, "Hamen, the Would-Be Killer." will be presented under the direction of Marion Cohen, program chairman, who will be assisted by Janice Goldiner. Annette Melich, Helen Feinstein. and Francine Levy. The skit was written by Irma Lee Wolf, national vice president of Junior Hadassah. Natalie Samuels will give a short report on "The Vatican and World Politics." Tne unit will hold a benefit card and games party on Thursday, March 16, at 8:30 p.m. at the Commodore Room of the Vanderbilt Hotel. Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz is in charge of the affair and will be assisted by Marlene Yanouer. Naomi Segal, Selma Gold. Beverly Raphael and Annette Melich Proceeds will goto suppo' rllk j Meier Shfeyah Orphaned cJ dren's Village in Israel. OCULIST'S PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED LENSES AND FRAMES DUPLICATED LARGE SELECTION IN LATEST STYLES Beach Optical Service 350 Lincoln Road Suit* 802 — Phone 5-5411 AUTO LOCK & HARDWARE 1304 N. E. Second Ave. We Have Not Moved —.And Are Not Associated With Any Other Concern Drive In For Sales 8c Service Auto Locks 8c Keys Speedometers and Windshield Wipers & Washers Safety Sheet & Plate Auto Glass Plastic & Fulton Sun Visors Replacement Rubber For Your Leaking Doors, Trunks We Guarantee Our Work. PH. 9-3144 J. A. Nilon J. P. Nilon FOR PASSOVER PLEASURE and Good Nourishment! BREAKSTONE'S FARMER CHEESE CREAM CHEESE COTTAGE CHEESE SOUR CREAM SWEET BUTTER WHIPPEO BUTTER KOSHER FOR PASSOVER n&sb *rcfe And All Year -Round CERTIFIED BY RABBI LIBER COHEN OF NEW YORK Be sure that the name appears on every product MIAMI OFFICE 1713 N. 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$2,920 In Pledges Turned in By Combined -finish Appeal Workers At First Report Meeting
liewiislb-IEIIiOipidliiaun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
PJME23 NUMBER 10
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1950
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Lniel Frisch, ZOA President, Dies
following Operation At Age Of S3
NEW YORK, (JTA)Daniel Frisch, president of the Zionist
nization 0f America, died here early Tuesday at the
Fesbylerian Hospital, following a major operation. He was
l years old.
Campaigners Hard At Work,
Will Report Again Monday
At the first report meeting on Tuesday night, only three
Funeral services were Jield here Wednesday at noon. His days after the formal launching of the 1950 Combined Jewish
Jewish state. On his most recent | Appeal, campaign workers turned in 3,954 pledges totaling
$832,920. The goal is $1,481,146, of which $810,000 has been
allocated to the United Jewish Appeal, major beneficiary of
the campaign.
hdv was escorted by a ZOA
tleeation to Indianapolis where
made his home. Funeral
Irvices will be conducted in
*
MJg
(. ''it V

Sol 1
Daniel Frisch
Manapolis on Thursday at noon
Iriorto interment. Mr. Frisch was
1 first president of the ZOA to
|ie in office.
Bor| in Palestine, Mr. Frisch
i-as brought by his parents to
llumania at the age of one and
Immigrated to the United States
1921. During the past 30 years
( was active not only in the
tionist movement in this country,
but also in the fields of Jewish
lommunal welfare and education.
visit to Israel, he broke ground
for the erection of the ZOA House
at ceremonies attended by Pre-
mier David Ben Gurion and other
high government officials.
ZOA headquarters here today
released the text of a letter which
Mr. Frisch dictated from his hos-
pital bed on the eve of his opera-
tion. The letter, addressed to the
officers of all ZOA regions and
districts, said:
"You might find it rather
strange that one who. like myself,
is facing an unavoidable major
operation, should dictate from his
hospital bed a letter to his friends
but strange things do happen
in life. I trust you will believe
me when, standing at the cross-
roads of life in more than one
Approximately 400 workers at-
tended the meeting in Kaplan
Hall of Temple Israel. Next meet-
ing of the group will be held
there on Monday at 8 p.m. At
that time Richard Gartner, Israeli
industrialist, will be principal
speaker.
Monday night's meeting will be
dedicated to the trades unit of
the drive. Co-Chairmen Aaron
Kanner and Leo Chaikin urge all
unit chairman to be present, as
official campaign photographs
will be taken.
Enthusiasm ran high as sub-
stantial donations were reported,
but William D. Singer, president
Harry Sirkin and Joseph Gardner
are co-chairmen.
For the winter residents divi-
sion, with a quota of $292,000,
total of 78 pledges
was reported by Jack Ablin, Jack
Dubinsky and David Phillips, co-
chairmen.
Challenged by Judge Morris
Rothenberg, national co-chairman
of the United Jewish Appeal, to
meet "the standard of sacrifice
and achievement that has become
of calling on more than 12,000
prospects. -=^-
Judge Rothenberg, who JBW6
keynote speaker at the formal
launching of the campaign at the
Mayfair theatre Sunday morning,
declared that "Jewish pioneers in
Israel have performed miracles of
achievement. They have taken
the desert and made it flourish.
They have redeemed the waste-
for $184,9361 land and built settlements. They
have applied modern industrial
and agricultural methods to a
backward land and made it the
most advanced country in the
entire Middle East."
But Judge Rothenberg warned
of the serious problem involved
in absorbing hundreds of thous-
commonplace in Israel," some ands of immigrants into the tiny
sense, I tell you that I am con- j 0f the Greater Miami Jewish
vinced that a strong ZOA and a
vigorous General Zionism (not
Zionism in general), are as in-
dispensable todav to the welfare
and growth of Israel, both as a
state and as a people, as they
have been.
"During the nine months of my
presidency, I have given the ZOA
and the Zionist movement my
very all. I have tried to manage
the affairs of the ZOA without
regard to past politics or any
attempt to settle old accounts. I
have tried to do my very best. I
think I have earned the right to
call on others to do theirs.
"We are now facing the next
convention. Believe me that, as I
lie here, I have nothing on my
Mr. Frisch attended most of the mind concerning personalities
that mav compete for one position
or another. All I am concerned
with is that the dignity and power
and usefulness of the ZOA should
be reflected in the next conven-
tion. We must come to the con-
vention with a treasury capable
of carrying us through the lean
summer months and with a mem-
bership as large, if not larger,
than a year ago. For the ZOA
cannot maintain its influence and
its creativity without a large
essicns of the World Zionist
ongress during the past two
Bccades. In 1934 he was elected
lo the National ZOA. Administra-
tive Council and later became its
fcnairman. Until his election to the
presidency of the ZOA in May,
1949, he served as vice president
tn the ZOA and vice chairman of
Its Inner Committee. During the
nine months that he held office,
Mr. Frisch visited Israel twice to
~ay the groundwork for the
lunching of ZOA projects in the membership."
Federation, warned that "the easy
contributions were the first" and
the returns will be slower from
now on.
The Rev. Stanley Grauel, Prot-
estant minister who recently
returned from Israel, told of the
tremendous sacrifices being made
there in accepting European and
North African immigrant. He de-
clared that the Jewish people of
this country must assume their
share of the responsibility for the
refugees going to the Jewish
state.
The trades unit, with a quota of
$933,800, has obtained 677 pledges
for a total of $465,883, Co-Chair-
men Kanner and Chaikin re-
ported.
Mrs. Carl Weinkle, chairman
of the women's division with a
quota of $118,000, reported 358
pledges which tally $60,764.
Burnett Roth, Miami Beach area
chairman, reporting for Mrs.
Louis Glasser, metropolitan
chairman, who was absent be-
cause of illness, announced 2,999
pledges for $13,574. This is the
unit making a house-to-house
canvass. Its quota is $75,000.
The hotel division with a quota
of $300,000 reported 132 pledges
totaling $95,477. Joseph M. Rose.
1,000 volunteers enrolled in the
appeal dug in Sunday for the job
UN Trusteeship Unit
Discusses Holy City
GENEVA. (JTA)The United
Nations Trusteeship Council,
which is currently on its second
reading of a 1948 draft of an
international statute for Jeru-
salem, will complete its consid-
eration of the statute this week,
but will then adjourn until
March 19 before voting on it, it
was learned here this week.
Observers here believe that at
that time it will be too late for
the Council to undertake a dis-
cussion of ways and means of
implementing the statute before
the Council concludes its session
on April 6particularly in view
of the fact that the Council has
a good deal more business on its
agenda besides Jerusalem.
Under its present schedule the
Council plans to meet again at
Lake Success in the latter half of
June. The prevailing opinion
among members of the Council
is that the body will be compelled
at that time to turn back the
entire problem of implementation
of an international regime for
Jerusalem to the General Assem-
bly. ______
state of Israel. "More than 375.000
] newcomers have arrived since the
state was proclaimed on May 14,
j 1948," he said. "This represents
i an increase of more than fifty
percent in the population of the
. country in little more than a year
land a half. And at least 180,000
| more will come during the current
year."
More than 85,000 immigrants
1 are still forced to live in tents
and barracks in temporary re-
ception camps, the speaker point-
ed out. "Conditions in the
reception camps are getting
worse," he said. "The heavy rains
and the snows of the past month
created the most deplorable con-
ditions. Disease increased and
many suffered from exposure in
the bitter cold. At present, the
food budget for immigrants is
down to 50 cents a day, while
clothing is on short rations and
medical care is most inadequate.
And as for permanent homes
funds are desperately needed to
helD in the construction of houses
and settlements to keep pace with
the influx of immigrants."
Dan Ruskin, campaign chair-
man, told the drive workers that
"approximately 26 cents out of
every dollar contributed 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."
Brondeis University VWII Embark Upon $22,715,000 Ten-Year Campus Expansion Program
''s board
announced.
of trustees, has
I,, Tnf master design, created by
r* Urm of Saarinen, Saarinen
rnd Associates, internationally
prominent architects, will be
pouted in two stages: the first
filing for the erection of facilities
ror the Brandeis University
'acuity of Arts and Sciences, and
nf,Kecond Prov'ding for the needs
wine university's projected pro-
visional and graduate schools. It
"anticipated that the entire ex-
PUHon program will be com-
peted by I960.
U& sta8e of the building
ana >wil1 ^ launched at once
hLC ls for the erection of 30
ouiidmgs at a cost of $13>2i5,000.
lali I c,,mP1eted it will include
Itnrve?uired instructional, labora-
Ifcuii-. ousing ^ extra-curricular
Brandeis University, one of the nation's newest institutions
of higher learning, has adopted a master plan for the develop-
ment of its 100-acre Waltham, Massachusetts, campus which
provides for the construction of 50 new buildings (luring tne
fnext ten years at a total estimated cost of $22,715,000, George
Alpert. president of the univversi- ... __ .
_..-. u stated that this second stage ot
the master plan would probably
call for 20 additional buildings
which would cost approximately
$9,560,000. Preliminary sketches
for this portion of the expansion
program have not vet been drawn.
Speaking in behalf of the board
of trustees, who had just voted
approval of the plans, Alpert
stated. "We who have taken part
in the founding of Brandeis Uni-
versity are extremely pleased
with the conception of the new
Brandeis campus, long envisioned
by the trustees and now so well
designed by Saarinen, Saarinen
and Associates. The enthusiastic
reception with which Brandeis
University has been greeted
throughout the nation justifies
our. confidence that the Saarinen
plans will be realized in the near
future. We understand, however,
that in the last analysis this fine
physical plant is only the struc-
ture within which the nation s
first non-sectarian university to
be established under Jewish
sponsorship may realize its high
academic objectives.' ..._..
Dr. Abram L. Sachar, Prudent
of the university, declared, me
cXtlos lor the undergraduate
SuhBe-,?round wi be broken
tinn ,30 days for lbe construc-
liarii;, a grouP ot residence
pfiS' thC ** the MW
a ftSw"^ wi" announce at
the k daU bu"ing .plans for,
and Tfg f WfflgtflMl
graduate schools. Alpert
acceptance of this master design
for the future Brandeis University
by the trustees, men of vision
whose faith resulted in the es-
tablishment of the school little
more than a year ago, manifests
anew their confidence in the
ideals of the university. It repre-
sents one more advance in the
already rapid growth of our in-
stitution. It is a bold step,
imaginatively executed and fully
warranted by the realities of the
university's early experiences.
Plans for the new buildings,
which are presented in a uni-
versity publication "A Founda-
tion For Learning:Planning the
Campus of Brandeis University,
are characterized by modern
functional buildings and the li-
brary Also located in the central
portion of the campus is the
creative arts center, dominated
by a circular auditorium which
will seat 2.000 and contains en-
trances on all sides. The library,
for which funds have already
been received, will contain 250.000
volumes and will be known as the
Walter A. Jaffe Memorial. The
unique chapel, reflecting in
architectural design the universi-
ty's non-sectarian principle, will
preserve the integrity of each
form of religious worship.
Surrounding the quadrangle
will be three clusters of dormi-
tories, *ach eontajUUn* seven
units. Each group will have its
own dining hall, recreational
facilities and reading rooms.
An athletic plant, including a
gymnasium, stadium and field
house, is also provided in the
plans. Other buildings included
in the facilities for the Faculty
of Arts and Sciences include a
science building with laboratories,
classrooms and lecture halls; a
humanities building; and a stu-
dent union, to serve as a social
and recreational center for under-
graduate students.
The master plan was envolved
under the direction of the
Brandeis University board of
trustees building committee.
Chairman is Meyer Jaffe, of Fall
River, paper manufacturer and
prominent philanthropist. Serv-
ing are Jacob Shapiro, shoe man-
ufacturer, and Alpert. Execution
of the master plan and coordina-
tion of its various aspects will be
under the supervision of Dr.
David S. Brekowitz, director of
university planning.
The firm of Saarinen, Saarinen
and Associates has long been
prominent in architectural circles
and Eliel Saarinen, senior mem-
ber, was this month awarded the
Royal Gold Medal for Architect-
ure by the Royal Institute of
British Architects. Winners of
many famous architectural com-
petitions, the firm has designed
campus plans for William and
Mary, Antioch and Drake Uni-
versity. Included among their
other projects are the Tanglewood
Music Shed and the Aspen Music
Center. ,
Commenting on their desigl
Brandeis University, Eero Saari-
nen noted. "It seems to us that
j the architectural character of
Brandeis University cannot be
I loosely chosen from architectural
| styles of the past. We must build
I to express our day. It is our hope
to find an expression of our cul-
ture that at the same time mirrors
the Jewish cultural heritage. This
is the challenge that makes the
building group for Brandeis Uni-
versity one of the most interesting
architectural problems of our
time."
Brandeis. which was named for
the late Supreme Court Justice,
Louis D. Brandeis, numbers Mrs.
Eleanor Roosevelt, wife of the
late President, Dr. Isador Lubin,
prominent economist, and Dr.
Paul Klapper. former president
of Queens College, among its
board of trustees. Its faculty in-
cludes Dr. Ludwig Lewisohn, in-
ternationally prominent author
and literary critic; Dr. Max
Lerner. well-known political
scientist and other leading aca-
demic figures. It recently an-
nounced plans for the establish-
ment of a school of music with
Dr. Serge KousseviUky serving
as consultant.


PAGE TWO
vjenist fkradfar.
FRIDAY. MAPn, lf
I'll Say...
On Sunday. February 26th. a nati ma] U.J.A.
assembly :;..: ..: the Sax ny :: Miami Beach. This
impressive gathering .: men and w,.men iv im B
to Los Angeles was I le. An observe- c
not but contemplate the scene with interest. Donors
were prepared to give large sums so that inse<
Jews of many lands may build a state as secure as
their own strength together with the force of inter-
national law can make it.
The New Generation
But this conference presented other facets of the
multiform Ji w 4a The thoughtful could not
but marvel at the quick transformation of people
so recent from the obscurant feudalism of Czarist
Russia. Half century ago. the majority reflected the
atmosphere of Eastern Europe and would have
spoken with thick foreign accents. At the Saxony,
onlv one visitor talked broken English, and he
the aged father of A. Mazur, who contributed S500.000
to the 1949 campaign.
Its Heritage
In language and manner, this assembly gave the
impression of folk living in the American milieu for
generations. But this is merely superficial veneer.
Actually, the rank and file of no other racial, reli-
gious, cultural, or national block in the American
scene would shower such lavish sums with similar
abandon. This merely demonstrates that a people
cannot escape ::.- past. Only a nation, whose ingrained
habit of giving freely becomes second nature, could
rise each year to its historic task of fund gathering.
The ready response of individual gifts varying from
SI to $500,000 is the result of an inherited folk
concept that calls charity, not alms giving, but
righteousness (Tzadaka .
i:s Reaction to 1st
A interest is th new group pressing to
the fore. The; ther charity mongers, noi Inge
brethren Zionists Man\ y ung 1 n :.idle
agi d, rig s| iril in Eretz Israel.
have li approach to
A United Jewish Appeal Conference On Miami Beach
r... usnRY STMDNMOFF
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
Jew \ --
! Seel
bv what th see and hear. A n
were remote from Jewisn
ltS The
.. h they read about in history or f iction. They
t not thi r compulsion, nor b>
the in
also
Open Season for Large Donations
In his definitions of a miracle, Webster mi v,
have included "an abnormal concentration of f "*
that coincide at the same time." The reh iT*'
Israel's Third Commonwealth and its
progress can only be attributed to th
ner necessitj I ir self res]
Henry Morganthau. Jr.
In a limited degree, the new strata is represented
bv the former Secretarj of the U. S. Treasury Reared
b'v a father wh 1 invoked hatred for his violent op-
:. of a Jewish Homeland, Henry
Morganthau. Jr. should by right of inheritence be
the head of the American Council for Judaism. But
FDR's Hen:v the Morgue is doing a splendid job
as Chairman of the U.J.A. A short resume of his
:.,;;-,;- might help to spotlight the con-
trasting spirits of the two generations.
His Father
After World War I. the Polish Republic was set up
1 irgely through the efforts of the I". S. President,
a century and half, the Poles had filled the world
with their patriotic yammering and moody griping
about persecution from the Russian Czars. But they
celebrated their recovered freedom by immediately
staging o _: ms. W drow Wilson was dumbfounded
and appointed Morganthau. Senior, chairman of an
investigating committee. The fact finding took on a
ludicrous form. The U- S. Commissioners set in state.
cross-examining Jewish victims in the presence of
the police and the officialdom of Poland's new-
Bureaucracy. It never occurred to the former am-
bassador to Turkey that Jews sticking out their necks
would be in greatei danger after his departure than
before his arrival. He virtually white washed the
Polish hooligans and lectured the pogrom victims for
their lack of Polish patriotism. No wonder the
Rabbinate of Warsaw were on the verge of ex-
communicating the diplomat from New York.
^birth
subsequent
meeting of many unrelated factors. For install ^^
no time in human history was there a more opPQCt' "
moment for collecting large sums Tor philanthr"^
purposes. By a peculiar freak, the more a pJW
earns, the less he keeps proportionately. Consequent*
for people in high tax brackets, it is no great sacrifi '
to give large sums to the U.J.A. This is a peculij
phenomenon altogether without precedent in th,
history of philanthropy.
Marshall Plan
But a stranger phenomenon can be found in Ameri.
can foreign policy. While every country is hoardini
its cash, the U. S. is throwing about its billion
with the largesse of a drunken lord. Thus, a genera,
tion ago, directors of the Anti-Defamation Leagm
would have considered it bad public relations to
publicize on front pages the huge budget of
$272,000,000 for the U.J.A. They would have advised
against publishing the large individual contributions.
Today, the sending of millions overseas coincides
with American policy. Even the anti-Semite must
bite his tongue and smother his chagrin at the
prospect of American millions going to build up
Medinas Israel.
Future generations will not bother to look into
history books for the causes of American post war
political and economic policies. But they will talk
about that series of phenomenal events, about that
strange group of miracles that virtually forced vast
sums into the United Jewish Appeal so that Israel
might take its place among the nations of the worli
^ Mav To Speak At
/ionisf linn Inoii
Z. nd the A
the to]
'.' r May.
: nat nal
2 1 1 nizal
:...: f thi Miami
Beach 'Zionist Distri I n Wed-
li v. March 15, at 12 '.
Mendelsohn's Lincoln Manor.
Harold Shapiro, chairman, has
announced.
May, .'.;.. is a member of the
W : Zionist Actions Committee.
gradu Columbia Uni-
ty and a member of Phi Beta
K.^ppa honorary society. He
: the council
Of Jewish Federations and Wel-
Funds. and is honorary
presid nl I the Southeastern
Zi nist Organization of
America.
Toastmaster will be Harold
Shapiro, and Zionist news will be
reported by Murray Goodman.
Serving on the arrangements
committee will be Danield M.
Broad. Paul Eisman and J. Gold-
stein.
Purim Party Held
The Chaim Weitzmann Chapter
of Senior Young Judaea gave a
Purim party at the home of Char-
lotte Glyck on February 28. A
portion of the Megillah was read
in English to the group.
tio^CwmCkmlfoP.
BEX KAMMI.
Wishes to thank his many friends for their land expressions
oi sympathy on the loss of his wife, the late
YETTA KANDEL
The AMERICAN PALESTINE SECURITIES COMPANY, Inc.
having registered with the Florida Securities Commission
as a broker-dealer in securities of ISRAEL,
is interested in hearing from someone who is capable of
acting as its exclusive sales representative in Florida, on
commission only.
This is an opportunity to participate in the economic
upbuilding of Israel, on the highest level. Correspondence
is invited from personable Jewish-Americans, with a
genuine interest in Israel, with proven sales ability, and
with unimpeachable personal records. The "person selected
should have some knowledge of Jewish community life,
and be able to speak to small audiences.
If interested, please address the above at SO Broad St..
New York City.
Ellis Abrams, son of Mr. ar.d
I Mrs. Benjami Abrams. 1620
! Pennsylvania Ave.. Miami Beach,
'became Bar Mitzvah on Saturday
al the Miami Beach Jewish Center
with Rabbi Irving Lehrmar. of-
ficiating.
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*K lewis* lh>rid/an
PAGE THREE
oeli Business Man Predicts Big
0m In New State In 4 Or 5 Years
Young Israel To Have
First Bar Mitzvah
iraej
tremendous
a businessman and
I*;' ;,;j: from the new
* Jl lid ^ Miaml
Gartner said. The situation would
be comparable to opening the
borders of the United States to
50,000,000 immigrants in eighteen
months, he said, and it has re-
in *. miming, lie saiu, aim 11 nas re-
,f Haifa, Is- suited in terrific strains on sup-
international plies of food, clothing and
|ch
former soldier
Richard Gartner
Ithe British and Israeli armies,
Ivisiting Gi >ater Miami to
ak al several jampaign func-
hsof *.he 1950 Combined Jewish
peal. Ho is making his third
i to the United States in 18
Qths. Alth ugh his trips here
fce been on isiness, he makes
qumt lecture appearances be-
. Jewish groups in the United
fanner sums up his own career
. these words: "I was born in
fnna. am an attorney by educa-
n. a business man by profession
wenl to Israel in 1932 as an
ilist." He is j member of the
lifa emergency council and
|ds membership in the Haifa
ambe: of Commerce.
b a "pioneer" in his own na-
nal homeland in the 1930s,
;r worked on collective
is and built roads During
1 War II, he was a major in
[Jewish brigade of the British
ny. and later a company com-
Inder in Haganah, the Jewish
RionaliM troops.
Israel's biggest problem today
[the "self-imposed emergency"
used when the new nation
pni lers to Jewish im-
grants from .ill over the world.
housing.
Gartner's own five room apart-
ment in Haifa is his in name only,
he said. Fourth other families,
immigrants from Czechoslovakia,
Roumania, Morrocco and Syria, a
total of 20 people occupy the flat.
Gartner and his family stay in a
hotel w.ier. they go to their home
city.
Despite Israel's present trou-
bles. Gartner predicted a boom in
four or five years. "Life takes
care of itself." he declared, "and
the new forces at work are
i tremendous." He spoke of the
great market and industrial
potential created by the new
immigrants.
Israel's relations with its
neighbors in the Middle East are
a source of worry, Gartner ad-
mitted. The possibility of a
"second round" in its war with
Egypt "is nothing to be calm
about," Gartner said.
Gartner will be principal speak-
er at a dinner on Thursday night,
March 9, at the Shelborne Hotel
given by the Building Trades
Division of the 1950 Combined
Jewish Appeal. Co-chairmen of
this division are Julius Games
and Robert Turchin.
On Sunday, at 11 a.m. Gartner
will address the Apartment House
Division at the Shelborre Hotel
at a brunch. Co-chairmen for this
affair are Ben Zion Ginsberg and
Sol Goldman.
Mrs. Courshon Will Be
Games Party Hostess
Mrs. Aaron Courshon will be
hostess at a games party to be
held at the Breakwater Hotel
on Tuesday, March 21, at 1:30
p.m. for the Hannah Senesch
Group of Hadassah.
Assisting Mrs. Courshon will be
the Mesdames Morris Alpert,
Samuel Sapiro, Moses Kreiger,
Nathan Kaplan, Irwin Weinstein,
Lee Goldman, Max Dryer, Maur-
ice Klein, Wm. Feuer, Rosenstein
and Jack Swerdlin.
Slioloni Women to
Hear Prof. Hirsch
Professor Sam. Hirsch of the
University of Miami Drama De-
partment will give a reading of
the Broadway hit, "Anne of the
Thousand Days," at the monthly
meeting of the Sisterhood of
Temple Beth Sholom, on Wednes-
day, March 15, at 1:30 p.m. in the
temple banquet hall, according to
an announcement by Mrs. Alex-
ander Robbins, sisterhood presi-
dent. Dessert luncheon will be
served.
Professor Hirsch is the author
of "Repple Depple" which is now
being presented at the university's
Box Theatre.
Richard Kenneth Bloom, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bloom, 3785
Chase Ave., Miami Beach, will be
the first Bar Mitzvah at the
Young Israel Synagogue, 40th St.
and Chase Ave. A reception will
follow the ceremony and relatives
and friends are invited to attend.
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vJenist Fkridian
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EDITORIAL
/
Ihinit I Vrisvh
The untimely passing of Daniel Frisch, president
of the Zionist Organization c: America thu week
brought forth expressions of regret from all par:; of
the country.
Messages of condolences were issued by Jewish
leaders on the occasion of Mr. Frisch's passu
Dr. Nahum Goldmann, chairman of the Ameri
Section of the Jewish Agency, in a wire tc
Benjamin G. Browdy, acting president of the ZOA
said that Mr. Frisch's "unlimited devotion to
Zionist cause, his grasp of Zionist problems his
unshakable faith in the necessity of a strong
Zionist movement, his love for Israel and toi
everything Jewish made him a source of stren
for Zionist life."
"The executive of the Jewish Agency," Dr.
Goldmann stated, "with whom he worked in close
cooperation, wants at this sad hour to express ::s
full appreciation of the great services he renderec
to Zionism and its deep grief at his suede:: and
unpected death. His name and personality and
the record of his achievements will remain alive
in the history of Zionism. In his devotion cr.a
enthusiasm he will remain an example for Z:or.:s:s
all over the world."
Henry Morgenthau, Jr., general chairman of the
UJA, declared that Mr. Frisch "was imbued with
a profound sense of the urgency of Jewish recon-
struction overseas. His vigor and devotion in the
service of his people will be keenly missed in
the years ahead," he said. Dr. Israel Goldstein,
president of the World Confederation of General
Zionists, stated that the death of Mr. Frisch "at the
height of his Zionist career is a shock to the entire
Zionist movement."
judge Morris Rothenberg, national chairman of
the United Palestine Appeal, asserted that Mr.
Frisch "dedicated his life to the development of
a far-ranging program calculated to forge an
unbreakable bond between the people of the
Good Will
Mt. Vernon is a suburb of that great
i
rne
"KEEP HER FLYING"
United States and the Jews of Israel. The Zionist
movement has lost a faithful and courageous
leader who gave himself unsparingly for the
welfare of his people," the statement said.
The American Jewish Committee, in a statement
issued by Jacob Blaustein, president, said that
after Mr. Frisch's "life-long devotion to the cause
of Zionism, he came to the helm of the ZOA where
known as New York City. Like all "cities"ouSh
it has churches, social and educational ce t
some synagogues, a Jewish community orqal '
tion and other activities which make for conLr?!
life. Like allcities Mt. Vernon occasionally W
difficult to raise the wherewithal without Jwl
institutions cannot exist. c*
For thirty-two years the Young V/orne'
Christian Association of that city functioned h%
modest building, extending its facilities to I
who would come to its doors. To meet its need
the organization annually conducted a campajm
for funds. This year the campaign fell short and
the Y faced the crisis of shutting down.
And then it got a reprieve. The Jewish Com.
munity Council of Mt. Vernon, learning of the
straits in which the Y found itself, came to the
rescue with a substantial contribution. Now th
life and functioning of the Y is assured for another
year. Jewish generosity thus saved a Christica
institution.
The lesson of the story is implicit. Whatever
comment we may make can only detract from
its significance. This story of good will in a
community of Jew and Gentile speaks for itself
he continued to serve the ideals so close to hit
heart to the utmost of his ability and strength.
The committee profoundly regrets the death of
Daniel Frisch in the prime of his life," the state-
ment said.
The Zionist Organization of America will mis
his valued leadership. At a time when the
organization is facing the problem of charting id
course and policy for the future the sincerity.of
Daniel Frisch must serve as an inspiration to
those taking over.
Yeshiva University President Discusses
Character And Place Of Rabbi In Religion
By DR. SAMUEL BELKIN
President, Yeshiva University
'' rid author, la emlnenl id
..' i : \i institution*!
; ':..:-.-. H-hl hi : ll i
The Jewish faith is a democratic theocracy that recognizes
the potential ability of every human being to commune with
G-d. Man and his Maker reguire no intermediary. Judaism
has, therefore, never known of any distinction between rabbi
and layman with regard to ecclesiastical attributes or religious
abbi is n< t
. ns.
. ility, nor
< private door I
god!.:,- ss B th
an equally esi n
fulfilln ent of
U] Jews by thi T
might well ch ize him ..-.
thi vords of the late G Foot
I Doctor o!
Law." The rabbinati
without being an
Jewish ministi rs. priesi
I ns, has, m v< theli
.-'! the most profound
Up ". the C0U1 >e : ..'
so much so, thai con-
tinuity may be said to depend
upon the proper functioning of
the rabbinate.
If we understand the
significance and meaning of the
synagogue we can appreciate, all
must, first, : the Bet
H kri It .- his duty to be
f the J
ty tains i
I tivity, :. w-
nd nditi m
-". .-:
kes it in the
. us. The social
inal function which is
given a higher spiritual purpose
i purely social
secular activity, but a genuinely
religious one.
Again the rabbi must symbolize
Bet Hatfilah:'" he must in his
wn life personify Jewish piety.
Above all, however, the rabbi
must symbolize the "Bet Hami-
for the reservoir from
tur Vu.m._ .v v .-------1 "'"" I'-" me reservoir irom
the better the character and place which he draws his inspiration is
of the rabbi in Israel. The rabbi the Torah. A rabbi, from the
SKht c"stodian f lhe ldeals for }ustoric Poi"t of view, is one u-ho
which the synagogue stands. He is imbued with the conviction of
the centrality of Torah learning
and Torah practice as the essence
of Jndaism. Thus his true function
is to be the Jewish scholar, the
authority on Jewish Law. teach-
ing the Torah to his community.
There is more to the Torah than
a cursory glance can reveal. Rabbi
Judah once said that whoever
translates a verse of the Torah in
t hteralness is a falsifier, and
he who makes additions or
changes in it is a blasphemer. It
is the rabbi who must bring to
his people the hidden treasures
that rest in the commentaries and
that are contained in the rich
:lories of Jewish learning
If one claiming to be a rabbi does
not have the profound knowledge
of the Torah expounded in the
Oral Law. and without "Smicha"
or true rabbinic authority, there-
fore, is unable to forge a link in
the precious chain of scholarship
which is the rabbinate, tracing its
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way back to the beginnings of our
spiritual existence, then he will
either ignorantly falsify the es-
sence of the Torah or constantly
endeavor to change the Law in
order to adjust it to his own
outlook indeed, an act of
blasphemy.
One must bear in mind that
Judaism does not consist only of
theological dogma. The rabbi is
not simply a theologian trained to
think of Judaism solely in terms
of doctrines, beliefs and articles
of faith. Theology, as a separate
branch of study, has never been
a central element in Judaism.
Maimonides. for instance, in his
commentary on the Mishnah,
enumerates thirteen fundamental
i doctrines which are. in his
opinion, the basic elements of
Jewish faith. Although developed
I through deep study and earnest
: reflection, accepted by the ma-
of Jews and incorporated
prayer book, neither the
recitation of these articles of faith
nor of those developed by other
Jewish scholars in succeeding
generations was ever made ob-
ligatory. Through the irony of
fate, the Yigda! hymn that con-
tains Maimonides creed has be-
come part of congregational
singing.
This is not io say, as have some
modern scholars, that since
Judaism requires no confession of
faith, it has, then, no dogmas at
all. On the contrary, Maimonides'
articles of faith are fundamental
, beliefs of Judaism. Judaism does
I not. however recognize abstract
l beliefs in themselres as the fund-
. amentals of its religious life. It
is the duties and obligations re-
vealed in the Torah that are the
fundamentals of Judaism.
Maimonides. for example in-
cludes belief in the Existence and
Unity of G-d as two of the six
hundred and thirteen positive and
negative commandments These
tw.. commandments surely cannot
| be fulfilled by simply saying "I
| believe in the Existence of G-d
i^" 'n,'he Unity of G-d." It is
| no the theoretical and theological
, belief in G-d's existence that is
j the fundamental element, but the
'acceptance of "the yoke of the
Kingdom of Heaven." Is js
through practical obedience to the
win of. G.d as manjfesl(.d in the
Torah that a Jew reveals his
gT nHge,,,0f,-the ^tence of
y-cl ..nd the Lnity of G-d. In
' i"d,a,!-m- theolgy Per-se has no
meaning unless interpreted in
eEnnChndUCt- in tcrms of its
eitect on human activity.
A proselyte who desires initia-
tion into the fold of Judaism is
I fcStrt lnstru"ed ^ articles of
'Anl u'n abslract thelogical
dogmas, but in the duties of the
Torah. in the "minor and major"
Lemimf"dtmem.fu.Ra5bi Judah ha-
Levi write* "We do not accept
a person who enters our religion
through confession alone. We re-
quire deeds, including within the
meaning of that term self-re-
straint, purity, study of the Law,
circumcision, and the performance
of other duties commanded by
the Torah." Salvation in Judaism
is not obtained by acceptance of
theological dogma alone, but
through the genuine love of G-d
that fulfills itself in action, in the
observance of the Law.
Judaism has never endeavored
to formulate a definite body of
articulated and systematized ab-
stract theology. The existence of
G-d as a father in heaven, who
bestows his guidance in particular
and universal providence, is not
a matter of speculation, but a liv-
ing reality. The Torah. as the re-
vealed Word of G-d. is not a
matter of academic dispute. It
is to the understanding of the
law of the Torah as a divine
way of life that Jews have con-
centrated their entire energy.
Yeshivot were, therefore, never
"Theological Seminaries," but
schools in which Torah in all its
manifestations was studied. For
this reason, the "Yeshiva Rabbi"
symbolizes, above all, Torah
learning and Torah practice. As
one who is trained in the Halakha,
he knows the true meaning of the
Law and as one who. has knowl-
edge of the Hagadah he can ex-
plain the higher moral and
spiritual purpose that one fulfills
by the observance of its precepts.
This position is occupied today
only by the rabbinate in America
with traditional Semicha. After
watching the antics of numerous
so-called "Rabbis," the American
Jewish community, now reaching
maturity, has learned to admire
the disciplined attitude of the
young. American. Orthodox rabbi
in his personal and community
life. Our "Yeshiva Rabbis" are
quickly coming to the fore, as the
true leaders of American Jewry.
II
The Rabbi and :\e Community
There are certain problems.
however, with which we must
seriously concern ourselves
Firstly, the rabbi alone, cannot be
the symbol and embodiment of
those things which Judaism re-
quires from each of its members.
He cannot be the sole guardian
of Jewish ideals nor the com-
munity agent for the observance
ot Torah. Yet how often have
we heard tell of communities that
are unable to provide a kosher
home for the rabbi whom thev
need i.ehquested: if that be his
need. The members of the syna-
gogue understand fully that the
.abbi must observe Kashrut, but
see nothing wrong, in their own
negative attitude towards its ob-
servance. The rabbi thus becomes
not only the representative of the
Jewish community and the au-
thoritative interpreter of Jewish
tradition but the sole personifica-
tion of things Jewish. Thi!
present-day gap between the
rabbi and the laity with regard
to religious observance is one of
our most challenging problems.
One of the peculiar results of
this situation is the assumption
by the laity of certain preroga-
tives not within its purview. The
rabbinate, is carrying out its duty
of teaching Torah and Judaism,
has always been the accepted au-
thority and guide for Jewish life.
No matter how observant or
learned a community might have
been, all questions pertaining to
synagogue practice and religious
observance were always decided
by the rabbi. Even in those com-
munities where layman were as
learned as the rabbifor the
rabbi has no monopoly on learn-
inghis ruling was always ac-
cepted. Was it not for this purpose
that he had been chosen by the
community as its leader?
Today, however, when ourlaitr
openlv admits its lack of JewisB
learning and its laxity, of observ-
ance.perhaps, because of those
verv factorsit has relegated to
itself the authority of decision m
matters of religious lawan au-
thority which belongs only to w
rabbi, bv virtue of his "Semicna
his training and knowledge.
When, for example, a com-
munity desires to build a ne*
synagogue or schoolhouse, ine
rabbi becomes the prime move
in the campaign. functlonilW"
the leader, the worker and m
raiser. But when fundament*
questions arise concerning "
structure of the synagogue,m
tvpe of instruction to be given
the school and matters; of s>
gogue worship which bora
along the fundamentals of Jew
law, the members of the congre
gation assume the author,t>e
take decisions by vote. s>naRfn|e
boards disregard the rabbi. W
to abrogate traditional standard
of the synagogue and mt. g
features which are. anti-Je*
in character. Majority iuie hat
c.omes Jewish Law! Bu of WJ
value is majority rule
decisions negate the laws ol u
Torah, and destroying Je
tradition, destroy Judaism,
WThe great Jewish scholar.
Nachmanides, was nc!,aiority,
whether the rule of tbMJfJS
the accepted norm in Je '*' ,
can oe applied to the opinions
many general practrtionert
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^Jenisfi Fk>ridrfann
PAGE FIVE
Campaign Camera
UJA Broadcast Set
"An American in Israel." a
transcribed playlet starring Mel-
vin Douglas, noted star of stage
For WGBS Friday Night
and screen, will be heard over
station WGBS at 10:30 p.m. on
Friday, March 10.
v niviSION DINNER HELD, Spurred on by
fg A TRIBUTE TO MRS VEEP While Vice President
Alben Barkley looks on contentedly, Mrs. Carl Weinkle
presents to Mrs. Barkley a Chanukah Menorah, a qift
from the Women's Division of Federation. The
presentation was made at the December 18th Conference
held at Westview Country Club at which the Jewish
community of Greater Miami was told of the needs
confronting the United Jewish Appeal, our ten local
agencies and the forty other causes which had been
accepted for inclusion in the 1950 Combined Jewish
Appeal.
PLANNING INITIAL GIFTS TEA This affair was
held on J.inuary 31 at the home of Mrs. Samuel Kites
the wchers shown above are (seated. I. to r.1 Mrs.
Sam Simonhoff. Mrs. Monte Selig, Mrs. Samuel Kate,
Mrs Jack Ablin. Mrs. Carl Weinkle and Mrs^ Moses
Kriegei. Standing (I. to r.) Mesdames Louis Altschul,
Herbert Scher. Sam Blank. Dan Ruskin, Sol Leshe,
Harold Rind. Joseph Fenias. Max Dreyer, Sam Luby,
Joseph Upton, Leonard Barr and Frances Miller.
' I
Two Festivals Marking Jewish Music
Month Scheduled For March 18,19
Greater Miami's observance of
Jewish Music Month will culmi-
nate in a giant Jewish music
festival, featuring a vast array of
national and local talent, on Sat-
urday. March 18, at 8:15 p.m. at
the .Miami Beach Jewish Center.
The event will be sponsored by
the Jewish Music Council of
Greater Miami and admission is
free.
The galaxy of stars will include
Dr. Paul Beck, tenor; Florence
Kutzen. pianist; Cantor Maurice
Mamctws; Ruth Brotman, so-
prano: Greater Miami Jewish
Folk Chorus, under the direction
of Ben Yomon: Cantor Louis
Fedei: the choir of the Beth David
Congregation, conducted b>> Leon
Shift: Pierre Mande, concert
violinist; Marcel Chiland, tenor,
Joseph Shreibman in the first
performance of his "Hebrew
Fantasy:" Miami Beach Jewish
Community Center Choir, con-
ducted by Ben Yomen; Evelyn
Samuels, soprano; and Murray
Philip's "Wandering Minstrel."
At the piano accompanying the
artists will appear Anyuta Meli-
cov. Margaret Ben Yomen, Olga
Stein and Julius Samuels. Dr.
David Andron will act as program
commentator.
The (impositions to be pre-
sented will run the gamut of
* '' isic, including four first
! nces, bringing to Mi-
amians the music of Zucca. Ha-
' 1. Snipolitzky, Weizer.
Aehrnn. Wilensky, Low and
Weinbi
^rnts for this event are
ln the mds of Ben Yomen, Mar-
garet Ben Yomen and Louis
Scnwartzman, executive director
n.' the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion of Greater Miami.
The youth of Greater Miami
will celebrate Jewish Music
Month at the vouth.music festival
to be held at Temple Beth Sholom
on Sunday, March 19, at 3 p.m.
The youth festival will center
around "The Parade of the Jewish
Holidays" bringing to parents and
children the music of Passover,
Shavudtb, .Simchas Torah, Tu
Bishevat. Chanuka, Purim and
Sabbath, with a special prologue
an-d epilogue. The program will
also include two films on Jewish
music.
Paiticipating in the festival will
e the choirs of the Hebrew Aca-
demy, Beach YM & WHA, Miami
Beach Jewish Community Center,
Congregation Beth El, solo in-
strumentalists of Beth David Con-
gregation, and Israeli dancing by
the Habonim group.
Nathan Schoenfeld To
Become Bar Bitzvah
Nathan Schoenfeld, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Isidore Schoenfeld, 1529
S.W. 16th St., will become Bar
Mitzvah on Sat-
urday, March 11,
at 9 a.m. at the
Miami Hebrew
School and Con-
gregation.
The Talis,
Twillum and
Prayer Book
which the young
man will use for
the ceremony
are gifts of his
maternal grand-
parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Reich, who are here
from Parksville, N. Y., for the
event.
Nathan, who is a student at
Shenandoah Junior High, will ad-
dress the congregation and Rabbi |
Simon April will respond.
Relative and friends are invited
to attend.
HOTEL BUFFET SUPPER PLANS SET With
Mrs Jennie Grossinger and Al and Walter Jacobs as
sponsors, plans were made for a fund-raising buffet
suoper for the Hotel Industry on Saturday night,
February 4th at the Lord Tarleton Hotel. Planning the
affair were: Seated (I. to r.) Joseph H. Gardner. Joe
Rose. Mrs. Grossinger, Al and Walter Jacobs. Standing
(I. to r.) Aaron Courshon, Supper Committee chairman;
William Glick, campaign director and N. Doug Raff.
Radio Commentator Gabriel Heatter was featured
speaker at the affair.__________________________________
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March 12, at 7:30 p.m. at the
Raleigh Hotel, 1777 Collins Ave.
Seymour Brenner is general
chairman of the event and Mr.
and Mrs. Budd Cutler and Irving
Cypen, past presidents, will serve
on the reception committee. In
charge of seating will be Mr. and
Mrs. Stanley Falk, Mr. and Mrs.
Kenneth Knopman and Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Kessler. Leonard Uhr
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Mr. and Mrs. Leon Sherman of
Louisville, Ky.. have announced
the engagement of Mrs. Sher-
man's sister. Evelyn Koppelman.
to Kurt Enfield. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Enfield. 1701 Mich-
igan Ave.. Miami Beach.
The bride-elect formerly of
Louisville, is the daughter of the
late Mr. and Mrs. Myer Koppel-
man. After graduating from
Louisville Girls' High School, she
attended the University of Louis-
ville. Mr. Enfield graduated from
Buxton College, England and
served as an army combat
photographer in the Pacific. He
js now operating Enfield's Camera
Shop in Miami each.
The wedding will take place
May 14 in Miami Beacn where
the couple will reside.
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Mr. and Mrs. Julius Grossman of Rockaway Beach, N. Y.. are
Waiting in Miami Beach. Durinq their sta;;. they are being i
entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sounders of Miami Beach.
* *
Frank Schafiel of Brooklyn, N. Y., spent a month with his
son, Arthur, 2018 S.W. 17th St. The elder Mr. Schaflel is in the
furniture refinishing business in New York.
*
The bris of Tod Nathan Aronovitz, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney Aronovitz, was held Monday morning at Mount Sinai
Hospital. Sandek was Charles Aronovitz, the baby's grand-
father, who, with Mrs. Aronovitz, came from Key West for
the ceremony. Godparents were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Richman of
Manning, S. C, maternal grandparents. Rabbi S. M. Machtei
officiated.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. ]. Perlumtter of New York are recent Palm |
Beach guests. Mr. Perlmutter is a former president of the United
Synagogue of America.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Insler of West Palm Beach announce
the birth of a daughter, Jochebecl.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thompson Jenrette of West Palm
Beach announce the birth of a son, Charles Ronald. Mrs. Jenrette
is the former Shirley Cohen.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Barnett I. Plotkin and Mr. and Mrs. Mack
Feingold of Philadelphia; Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Coleman and
Mrs. Sarah Getz, Allentown, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Abrams,
Atlantic City, are here to attend the unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the late Isaac H. Goldmann. While here, they
are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kaufman, 7600 Harding
Ave., Miami Beach.
* *
Vacationing with Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Komoroff, 1612 S.W.
11th St., are Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Duke and Mr. and Mrs.
i Jack Shein of New York. Mr. Duke is a brother of Mrs. Komoroff.
I The Dukes and Sheins are planning to become Florida residents.
* *
The bris of Charles Zadik Shapiro, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harold G. Shapiro, was held Wednesday. March 1, at the home
of his parents, 115 Sarto Ave., Coral Gables. The baby's
maternal grandmother is Mrs. Charles Weintraub of Coral
Gables. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Morris Shapiro
of Miami. Sandek was Charles Stein, the baby's great uncle;
godparents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Segal; mohl, the Rev. Philip
Fried. Manuel Stein of Hampton, Va., Mrs. Shapiro's brother,
was here for the event.
* *
Dr. and Mrs. David S. Andron of Miami Beach and Loon
Lake, N. Y., announce the birth of a son on Saturday, March 4,
at Mount Sinai Hospital.
* +
The honorable Joseph Altaian, former Atlantic County judge
and thrice elected mayor of Atlantic City, N. J., and Mrs. Altman
have arrived at the Versailles hotel where they will vacation
for the next four weeks.
* *
Mrs. Minna Cohen was recently married to Joe Kate. The
newlyweds are residing at 6950 Byron Ave., Miami Beach
* *
Announcing the birth of a son, Hayes Z., are Mr. and Mrs
Leonard Merlin, 542 Jefferson Ave.. Miami Beach. The baby
was born Tuesday at St. Francis Hospital.
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STARTS TUESDAY. MARCH 14th
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Myers, parents of Stanley C. Myers of thit I
city, will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary at a faaili
gathering on Sunday night at the Park Inn Hotel. Rockaway PaiL
Long Island. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, their daughter. Judy
and son, Kenneth, left this week to attend the affair. ReUtmi
from all parts of the country are expected to be present.
Elaine Etkins To
Become Bride
Mrs. Helen Etkins, 1751 S.W.
5th St., has announced the en-
gagement of her daughter, Elaine,
to Leonard Martin Ungar, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ungar, 3131
S.W. 4th Ave. The wedding is
scheduled for March 26.
Both Miss Etkins and her fiance
attended Miami High School. She
is a member of the American
Dental Assistants Association. Mr.
Ungar graduated from the Uni-
versity of Miami, where he was
a member of Alpha Epsilon Pi
fraternity.
Betrothal Announced
The betrothal of Miss Joamej
Naiman to Louib Lribovi:, son if]
Mrs. T. Rose Leibovit of \
Palm Beach, has been announced!
by her mother, Mrs. Rita Nairn*!
of New York.
Mr. Leibovit is an honor grad-4
uate of the University of Flonda-I
Law School. During the war, at]
served in the -air force.
His fiancee is an alumnaaf|
Grier School, Tyrone, Pa., and a j
University of Miami.
Jerome B. Jackson
Certified Public Accountant
announces the opening of his office
1514 Congress Building
Miami, Florida

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rnv MARCH 10- 1950
Eg Amy Adclson, Dr. Earl Shcff United
Ceremony At Mendelsohn's Manor
On Sunday afternoon at 4 p.m.
Miss Amy Adelson became the
bride of Dr. Earl Sheff. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman officiated at the
ceremony which took place at
Mendelsohn's Lincoln Manor.
The bride, formerly of New
York, is the daughter of Mrs.
Jeannette Adelson, 173 North
Shore Dr., Miami Beach. The
bridegroom is the son of Mrs
Edith Sheff, Charleston, W. Va.
Given in marriaee by her
uncle, Louis Rifkin of New York
the bride wore a period gown of
candlelight satin. The fitted
bodice featured a sweetheart
neckline outlined with seed pearls
and the fulle skirt ended in a
Cathedral train. Her fingertip
veil of illusion fell from a satin
crown, and she carried a bible
adorned with orchids and lilies
of the valley.
Maid of honor for her sister
was Miss Ruth Adelson, who wore
an ankle length gown of Wedee-
wood blue marquisette and satin.
She carried an arm bouquet of
American Beauty roses.
Sue Ann Preiser, niece of the
bridegroom, served as flower girl
in a gown of vellow taffeta.
Alexander Preiser of Charles-
ton, was best man.
Mrs. Joseph Stone of New York
kept the bride's book.
The bride's mother greeted
euests at the reception which
followed the ceremony in a gown
of aqua crepe and wore an orchid
corsage.
The former Miss Adelson at-
tended schools in New York, is a
graduate of the Jewish Hospital
of Brooklyn Training School for
Nurses, and attended Florida
State College for Women and the
University of Miami. For the past
three years she has been on the
nursing staff of the Alton Road
and Mt. Sinai Hospitals.
Dr. Sheff. who served in the
Naval Air Corps for three and a
half years, attended schools in
Charleston, and is a graduate of
the Illinois College of Chiropody,
Chicago. He is a member of Beta
Tau Alpha fraternity.
Out-of-town guests included
Dr. and Mrs. Jacob Saltzman,
Waterbury, Conn.; Mr. and Mrs.
Alexander Preiser and daughters,
Patricia and Sue Ann, Wheeling,
W. Va.; Samuel Berman, Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Berman, Charles-
ton, W. Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Freedman, Detroit, Mich.; Mrs.
Joseph Stone, Mrs. Harry Heller,
Harry Kaplan, Dr. and Mrs. Ed-
win Silverman, Mrs. Pauline
Tanenbaum, New York, and Mrs.
Isidore Flashner, Boston, Mass.
After a honeymoon through, the
Southeastern states the couple
will reside in Charleston.
* Iggfgfl flrrirti^n
PAGE SEVEN
Cast Of 29 To Appear In The Mikado/
Production To Benefit U-M Hillel Unit
Mrs. Earl Sheff
rew Academy to
licate Scroll
special dedication ceremony
[the Scroll to be presented to
I Hebrew Academy by Mr. and
Samuel M. Grundwerg of
ni Beach will be held Sunday,
ch 12, at 8 p.m. at the aca-
ky auditorium. Dr. David S.
Iron, president of the academy,
I act as chairman.
1 original two-act musical play
[Hebrew will be presented
he pupils of the academy. The
L, written by Mr. and Mrs.
puaStadlan of the faculty, will
directed by Miss Edna Sachs
I the dramatics department.
tph Schreibman will accom-
s at the piijuo.
nildren between the ages of
It and 11 who will appear in
I presentation are Sherryl
fenbaum, Ophra Chill, Donna
pvsky, Rose Berman, Bruce
ulson, Joseph Lauer, Sandy
Iron, Seymour Spolter, Melvin
Is, Tamra Mamches, Valerie
fcches, Mary Sue Weinberg,
P Josephi, Samuel Feder,
W Ashkenazi, Melvin Baltuch,
win Cimcnt. Shirah Skop,
nim Mescheloff and Melvin
iLIEVE IT IT'S TRUE
IF A SE*?.
Family Man

'" -.''I- I!1,*1?'!*?!
Mrs. Walter Rawlson
Louise Gans Wed
To Walter Rawlson
Rabbi Irving Lehrman"s study
was the scene of the wedding of
Miss Louise Gurus to Walter Rawl-
son on Friday. February 3.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan H. Cans,
2531 S.W. 14th St. The bride-
groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph J. Rawlson, 2633 S.W. 7th
Ave.
The bride was attired in white
linen with boat neckline and lace
trim. Her fingertip length veil
fell from a floral head piece and
she carried a white bible topped
with white orchids.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Elsie
Kanof of Fort Story, Va., sister
of the bridegroom. The bride's
brother, Sheldon Gans, was best
man.
A reception at the St. Moritz
Hotel followed the double ring
ceremony.
The former Miss Gans gradu-
ated from Miami High School
and attended Florida State Uni-
versity. Mr. Rawlson is also an
alumnus of Miami High and will
graduate from the University of
Miami in June. A navy, veteran
with service overseas, he belongs
to Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity.
Out-of-town guests at the cere-
mony were Mrs. Goldie Suher,
Springfield. Mass.; Mrs. Bertha
Richard, Boston, Mass.; Mrs.
Betty Rochman, New York; Mr.
and Mrs. Irving Kanof, Fort
Story, Va.
Following a short honeymoon,
the couple is at home at 1935
S.W. 7th St.
[MARRIED IN 1939 TO
OSEMARY TOWNLEY.
&HTER OF PIONEER
FL0RlDlAN.
Israelite Center To Have
First Bar Mitzvah
First Bar Mitzvah to be held
at the newly
- erected Israelite
Center at 3198
* S.W. 24th Terr.
will be that of
..Charles S o m -
mers. son of Mr.
(and Mrs. Samuel
.Sommers. 3750
N.W. 2nd Terr-
scheduled for
Saturday. March
1^111, at 9:30 a.m.
-*"*The confirmand
is a student at
Citrus Grove Junior High School.
Mr. and Mrs. Sommers will be
hosts at a reception at their home.
NOW HAS HAPPY
HOWE WITH
TWO SONS...
JOHN. A6E 8
BRUCE. A3E 6
1
Jke yours a Double-Duty Vote FORFLO/t/M -FORAMFR/M
GEORGE SMATHERS
Your U. S. Senator
Opera Guild of Miami Presents
All-Metropolitan Opera Cast
KURT BAUM
ROBERT WEEDE
MARY HENDERSON
HUGH THOMPSON
in "PAGLIACCI"
SECRET OF SUZANNE"
MIAMI HIGH SCHOOL
AUDITORIUM
MARCH 18. 20. 22
FORT LAUDERDALE. MARCH 24
TICKETS: Burdine'a 3rd fl., near
bndfle. Pohne 9-1332; Miami Beach
Radio Co., Miami Beach Fed I Sav-
ina A. Loan; Amidon-* in Coral
r, ah Irs Ft Lauderdale: Munc
Shop PRICES; S2.46. $8.08. $3.69.
14.31. $4.92. Tax included.
A cast of 29 will appear in
"The Mikado.-' the Gilbert &
Sullivan operetta, to be presented
on Tuesday and Wednesday.
March 21 and 22, with proceeds
earmarked for the new Hillel
Foundation building on the Uni-
versity of Miami campus.
According to Mrs. Irwin Wein-
stein. director of the production,
the Tuesday show will be pre-
sented at Ada Merritt High School
for the convenience of town
audiences, while the Wednesday
performance will be shown at the
Miami Beach High School to ac-
comodate Beach residents.
Cast in leading roles are some
of the outstanding dramatic stars
in this area, including Donald
Kaplan as Nanki Poo.
Kaplan is known for his per-
formances with the Music Cirus
where he has been featured in
such productions as "Bittersweet"
and "The Vagabond King."
Featured in the role of the
Mikado will be Richard Gordon,
while "Lillian Steen. known to
local radio and nightclub audi-
ences, will play Yum Yum. Ruth
Polinsky will be Pitti-Sing and
Iris Solomon will portray Katisha.
Al Murray is cast as Ko-Ko and
Robert Goldstein will appear as
Poo Bah. The comic role of Tish-
Tush will be played by Carl
Lipschutz.
Men's chorus will include Fred
Runer, Irving A. Weiss, Herman
Rubin, Saul Kline. Jack Edwards.
Sandy Vernick. Ray Silverman.
Hank Zibman, Al Gluck and
Stanley Seigel. Women's chorus
will include: Bessie Harrison,
Beverly Ann Falk, Beatrice Gold-
stein, Hilda Seitlin, Lois Halpern,
Bobby Davis, Selma Gross. Lola
Tannanbaum, Irma Schwartz and
Melba Simon.
Dr. Donald Michelson. director
of the Hillel Foundation, is lend-
ing professional assistance indhe
choral rehearsals. Harold 'Fried-
man and Alan Kessler, members
of Sholem Lodge, are assisting
with promotion, publicity and
ticket sales. ,. 3
A site for the new Hillel House
at the University of Miami
campus has already been selected
according to Walter C. Kor'ner.
president of the Hillel Advisory
Council. Present quarters of the
Hillel Foundation are located in a
two story building at 3306 Ponce
de Leon Blvd.. where Director
Michelson plans and provides
social, cultural and religious pro-
grams for Jewish students.
GODFREY K. NEWMAN
Marriage Announced
Announcement has been made i
of the marriage of Miss Clara
Gewertz to Archie Brick on Fri- \
day, March 3, at the home of
Rabbi and Mrs. Irving Lehrman.
Rabbi Lehrman read the service.
Following a brief honeymoon in
Havana, the newlyweds are resid-
in Miami Beach.
Mr. Brick is secretary of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center, vice
president of the Miami Beach YM
& WHA and a member of the
board of governors of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation.
Prominent attorney, president of
the Miami Beach B'nai B'rith, and
treasurer of the Miami Beach Bar
Association, says: "To a busy man.
a good travel agency is essential.
I can pick up my phone-call
FARRand my travel problems
untangle like magic."
FARR
'A Reliable Name in Travel"
May the Memory of This Great Jew and Martyr
In the Cause of Zion
Daniet Frisch
Spur All of Us to Renewed Dedication and Service
To Our Great Movement
Which He So Unselfishly Served
To the Very End
Miami Zionist District
HERMAN SIEGAL. President

I
.
With Profound Grief
We record the untimely passing

of our beloved National President
Frisch
imei
whose devotion to Zion will live on
in the heart of every Jew.
May the Lord comfort the bereaved
among the mourners of Zion and Jerusalem.
ZIONIST ORGANIZATION OF AMERICA
MIAMI BEACH DISTRICT
ALFRED STONE, President

rfMi
IBWnBBRHMIMMNBsl


PAGE EIGHT
*.t**uhntrkttan
Beth David Plans
Minstrel Show
Afti c .' -- reheai sing
planning the Beth Sister-
hood and Cong
sent a S '' '
Mt. Sinai To Hold
Dinner March 16
A dirt
-
6, at 7 i

i i

-
3 I -
ting I< ficit.
Sinci..... "
: 4. it has gi'
....... ... 1..00
patients ; to Samu
ferti "n
ensus oi 200 was
r< p rted.
Chairman of the benefit is
Bai n de Hirsch Meyer. H
ssisi | by Li nard A.
Jack A. Ablin. Mitchell
W > n, Sam Blank. J. Gerald
im D. Sir
M me Seli man.
ert Schwarz is in
: ticket sales for the
ary.
*

Pictured above are the Chaim Cuties. members of the> Chaim We^zman Charter of Senior Td
Judaea who entertained members of the Henr.et a Szold Chapter of Hadassah with Israeli^
dances Shown (1. to r.) are Nancy Rothman. Giloa Goldstein Rhoda Feldman. Charlotte'
Ann Broad Barbara Rothman. Martha Becker and Barbara H.llman. narrator.
Libbij F
M n
Miami C

: |
ttion
: Safei
5 Will 1 :

The
f Leon Shifi -
n danc<
". vailable at 1
D v I ffice. 135 N.W 3i 1
Ave.. and by contacting the
ticket chairman. Mrs. Max Bi rg-
... 3-5837.
P: ceeds will g t ward the
'.etion of the new Beth
David.
Person Sought
Information is being sought
about the present whereabouts of
Dr. Samuel Baumgarten. born
1892 in Poland. He arrived in the
United States some time in 1920.
and is thought to be residing
somewhere in Florida. He is a
relative of Jacob Barber. Hebrew
teacher, born in Poland 1893.
Anyone having information is
requested to contact the Miami
Section of the National Council
of Jewish Women at 3-6554.
Mrs. Shapiro Retires
Mrs. Sonia
3
. f the S s-
: Beth

n
rganiz
threi
m d due
to th
tivi-
.'.; -..-. Shapiro ti< s.
Fart Lavderdale
I nil Plans llniii-r
"Nauti-Nymphs," a mixed team
of 40 swimming and diving stars.
will provide the entertainment at
a dance and water show to be
held at the Cabana Club of the
Hollywood Beach Hotel Sunday j
evening by the Sisterhood of.
Temple Emanu-El of Fort Laud-)
erdale and Hollywood.
Hollywood members of the |
committee include the Mesdames
Herbert Eaton. Sam Gross George
Pollitz. Jr.. Harry Rich and Albert
Schaffner. Mrs. Marius Ranson
of Fort Lauderdale. wife of Rabbi
Ranson. is the chairman.
Tickets may be obtained from
members of the committee or at
the gate on Sunday evening
Dancing is scheduled from 8:30
to midnight.
Mi or hurt Weiss
Moves Of flees
Sherburt S. Weiss, young Mi-
ami attorney, announces the re-
moval of his offices in the
[ngraham Building to new offices
sociation with Sanford M.
Swerdlin, 543 Seybold Building.
Weiss, a graduate of Ohio
em University, received>his
LLB degree in 1940 and at that
was admitted to the Ohio
After serving five years in
the army, with 30 months over-
si as duty as captain in the
divisi m, he c i n< to Mi.ma
in 1946 and was admitted to the
la B..1 in December of 1943.
"Shurby," as he is so well
kn >wn to all his friends, is i a
active member of Sholem Lodge
and a member of the Miami
.". wish Community Center, hav-
ing taken part in several of their
variety shows. He is also a mem-
ber of the Men's Club of Temple
Israel. He resides with his
mother, Mrs. Rose Weiss, at 610
S.W. 18th Ave.
Kadiniah Thai
To Meet Mondi
Kadimah Chapter of
Women will meet Thi
March 9. at 8:30 p.m. at the]
Hebrew School and Conm
Mrs. Michael Fiedler,
chairman, is in charge
program, which will include!
dish and Hebrew songs com
by Mrs. Yetta Silver in t
tion of Jewish Music
"Miracle of Safad" will b<|
rated by Mrs. Bea Jaffer. t
one-act play, "Purim on {
will be presented. Inthetj
the Mesdames Il.n-ry Albert
liam Berson. Murray
Minna Goldblatt, Dave Hi
Fred Sandier, Leon Schei
Helen Stern. The Haboniml
will present Israeli danca.1
Sherburt S. Weiss
IN THE MAIL
Mrs. Wrfnstein
Committee Heads to Meet To ltv i\v Book
A meeting of committee chair-
men of the Hollywood Chap'
B'nai B'rith organization has
been called for Tuesday evening.
M h 14. at the home of Barry
Lipsitz. Slated to attend are
Eileen Bohrer and Norma Rosen-
berg, social chairmen: Howard
Scharps. al Morton Reiss.
civic: Michael Jurmaine and
r Zinn, cultural and reli-
i. Barbara
n Alexander Breslau.
nbi rship.
Mrs I. M. Weinstein will re-
Vincent Shei .-. Lead
Kindly Light" at the 'Friday Re-
view" to be given by the Hannah
: Senesch Group of Hadassah on
Friday. March 10. at 1:30 p.m.
at the Temple Beth Sholom. ac-
cording to Mrs. Sol Leslie. ;
dent.
The group sponsors the reviews
the second and fourth Friday
of each month. John Hersey's
"The Wall" will be reviewed "on
March 24.
Participating in plans for the Hadassah Youth Aliyah luncheon
to be held at Copa City on Monday. March 13, at 11:30 am are
the representatives of the Hannah Senesch and Henrietta Siold
groups pictured here. Shown (1. io r.) are Mrs. Nathan Kaplan
Mrs. Aaron Courshon. Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro, Mrs. Isabel Altholz
The program will include talks by Hugh McDonald, former fighter
in Hagannah, and Mrs. Albert Gitlow. national chairman for JNF
A film. "Land of Their Own." produced by Hadassah in Israel"
will also be shown. *"'
Thanks
Editor,
Jewish Floridian:
As a D.P. and refugee. I wish
to thank you for publishing in
your issue of March 3 a list of
unemployed seeking jobs in
Greater Miami. May I call to your
attention that the limitation's and
defects of each job seeker could
have been left out. In some cases,
it was notice to the would-be
employer not to hire the ap-
plicant. A conference between the
would-be employer and the
prospective job seeker would dis-
close the defects, which some-
times look more serious on paper
than they actually are. But you
should be commended for the
I space you gave and your good
will.
I also want to congratulate the
Social Service Bureau for putting
in an employment agency in the
organization. This has been ne-
cessary for a long time. Jewish
' individuals and organizations
should understand that the D.P.
refugee has no easy time to find
a job. While I do not say that
, Jewish labor should be preferred.
it is, however, to our Jewish
brethren that we must look for
jobs. Remember, we desire work
and not charity.
Sincerely yours,
HERBERT COHEN
__________2255 S.W. 'J.lt.. St
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before the l-th day of v., i
' ottwrwtee, the Bill of Coin.
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in will be taken as confessed b]
]>\Ti:n at Miami, Florida, this the
I day <,f March, lsr.u
B. B. LEATHERMAN,
BSK /?' lh*' cir.uit court
ifi~.,.i. A c.oun,y. Floriila.
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By WM. \v BTOCKING
Name and addrtt. of D*PUty C,efk'
Plaintiffs Solicitor
Norman r lyons
M olympla Ruildins
Miami Florida
13/10-17-24-31
Malave Malke Slated
Chevrah Mishnayos of Beth
Tfilah will hold a meeting and
malave malke on Saturday,
March 11, at 8 p.m. in the social
hall of the synagogue. A program
of speakers and Hebrew songs
has been arranged by Rabbi
Joseph E. Rackovsky.
Rabbi Jacob L. Andron is
president of the group and Rabbi
M. Katz, secretary.
Miiflv <>i'oii|)Ti
Hold Purim H
The Gold:. MeyerWn
and Study Group will
Purim festival and rau
commemoration of Jewish 1
Month on Saturday. Man
at 8 p.m. at the home of Ma
Mrs. I. S. Shapoff, 318 Slf
Road.
A one-act play, "Purl
Trial," will be presented]
cast will include the Sfc
Lena Pushkin, Miriam
garten, Sarali Shapoff,
Seeman. Eva Kahn,
Queen, Ruth Uliss and
Soren Bild. Mrs. Esther 1
accompanied by Mrs. I
Kamerpn at the piano, J
vide the musical portion I
program.
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Cy. MARCH 10. 1950
I Finkelstein To Be Honored At
eption, To Speak At Beach Center!
I -. i-.l.im nrpsiripnt
**is/rhr/iar*rn
PAGE NINE
Center Women To Sponsor Music Circus
TLouis Finkelstein. president
1 Jewish Theological Semi-
E. America, will be honored
ifiS to be given by
jpriedland, treasurer of
Aland at their home
Krfav evening. March 9.
Welste n. who is slated
fthe pulpit o( the Miami
1 Jewish Center for the late
evening service, according
abbi Irving Lehrman,
al leader of the congrega-
Lkelst. ved his B.A.
ICitv College of New ^ork
S Ph. D. from Columbia
i-sitv He was ordained at
Wish Theological Seminary
(rom 191" ;" ,M1 served as
[of Kehilath Israel in New
Simultani'.iusly he was in-
Dr in Talmud from 1920 to
Jrtlv after, he was given the
TonSchechtr: Chair of Theo-
t the seminary, which he
|r ton years From 1934 to
lr. Finkelstein was assistant
T Cyrus Adler, president of
jeminary. He was subse-
|y elected to the position of
fct and upon Dr. Adler's
fin 1940, was elected as the
m^ w
- s
1 m
^J^jM
X^ E
im^H ^BBP* jm
Dr. Louis Finkelstein
fourth president of the institu-
tion.
Dr. Finkelstein is the author of
many books and is considered one
of the most outstanding scholars
and religious leaders of our day.
SHOULSONS
"l^ESL
J4Uwftm4

1389 N W. 7" ST.
MIAMI HA.
MUU tnStUIWt lt(l W >KCAl OAIDIUS
:x'u**c -><-
RATES WIRY MODERATE
S'DORIM
CONDUCTED
Passover
Reservations
Invited
Per Week
Only Kosher
Convalescent
Home in
Greater Miami
CALL 82-4950
Party Slated
Isisterhood of Temple Isaiah
(onsor a card and mah jong
,n Tuesday. March 14, at 1
the outdoor patio of the
if Mrs. Joseph Rosenthal,
feonita Dr., Miami Beach.
peeds will go to the religious
which is under the direc-
t Mrs. Morris H. Lencer and
Bol Schreiber.
Pioneer Women Hold
Annual Purim Fete
Pioneer Women, Club No. Two
of Miami Beach, held a Purim
party at Kneseth Israel Monday
night. Highlight of the evening
was a play written by Mrs. Joe
Mintzes. Participants in the play
were Mrs. Mintzes, Mrs. Rose
Astor. Mrs. Rose Bornstein and*
Mrs. Cutler. Mrs. Manya Shubow'
read the Megillah and community
singing was led by Mr. and Mrs.
Dorf, Mrs. Kaufman and Mrs.
Cutler.
Getting a peak backstage at lhe Music Circus is Max R. Silver,
president of the Miami Jewish Community Center, which is
sponsoring the company's closing show of the year. "The Red
Mill." on Wednesday evening. March 15, with proceeds going to
the center. Shown (1. to r.) are St. John Terrell, co-producer of
the Music Circus: Coleen Delaney, Orange Bowl Theme Girl and
member of the singing ensemble, and Silver.
The Women's Activity group of
the Miami Jewish Community
Center has taken over half of the
house of the Music Circus' closing
production of the year, "The Red
Mill," on Wednesday evening,
March 15.
Reservations may be made by
calling Mrs. Nathan Dubler,
chairman of the affair, at 3-3956.
The commitee working with
Mrs. Dubler includes Mrs. Max
Silver, Mrs. Leon Kaplan and
Mrs. Herman Mintzer.
fonppr Jewish Camp of the South
CAMP OSCEOLA
BOYS
I Lake Osceola
pdeisonville, N. C.
FOR GIRLS
On Silver Lake
Horse Shoe. N. C.
REGISTRATIONS ACCEPTED FOR
A 4 WEEKS' SESSION OR THE 8 WEEK SEASON
rtvate Swimming Pools
"1 Lake Activities
lesident Medical Staff
leasoned Mature Counselors
Rich, Cultural Program
Sabbath Services
Horseback Riding
Varied Outdoor Sports
CALL OWNERS AND DIRECTORS:
HERBERT SILVER, B.S. IN ED.; M. ED.
BELLE SEGAL SILVER, L. I.; B. A.
950 Jefferson Avenue, Miami Beach
Telephone 5-5975 or 5-4239
Chicago Club To
Hold Annual Fete
The Chicago Club of Greater
Miami will present its third an-
nual cabaret party on Sunday.
March 12, at 6:30 p.m. at Copa
City.
Tickets will include full course
dinner, tax and tip, as well as the
floor show featuring Comedian
Joe E. Lewis, the Charlivels and
Carol King. Dave Tyler and his
orchestra will provide music for
dancing.
Dr. Maurice I. Edelman is
chairman of the event. Assisting
him are Mrs. Ann Ball, Maurice
C. Cohn, Mrs. Sue Kout, Mrs.
Edna Rand, Max Schwartz and
Mrs. Faye Tupler. Reservations
may be made by calling Dr. Edel-
man at 58-6025 between 6 and
8 p.m.
Sunday School Opened
T'fereth Israel Sisterhood an-
nounces the opening of a Sunday
school for Jewish children resid-
ing in the Allapattah-Buena
Vista section at 4316 N.W. 7th
Ave. Additional information about
the school may be secured by
calling Mrs. L. Kaplan at 3010
N.W. 10th Ave.
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PAGE TEN
9-Jewlstncridian
FRIDAY, MARCH
Yeshiva President Diseusses Rabbi
(Continued from Page 4. fundamental changes in the I
*Sefis|E|SS
of the i The problem IS presented most
was,
that
ill upon every Jew. .tares I enl /
sons, tl
ition.
not

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states i md n thi
that thi
inti .; ted the law,
anv
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whirl norai
.i, v 5h tradition
tandii 1
.' observan
. the tjue si
ar Is : th< i
decision"n isl not. bv pas
- not of our own n
Then isanol permit the svnagogue I Irifl
tter stemm ng from this sam down thi eady
root with which we must reckon ,j,.n path of imitation and as-
methe matter of separ- similation. Mixed pews can be
ati n of men and women in tl :e synagogue. It is an unquestionable
fact that as a symbol of
ish purity, mixed pews have
always been foreign to the syna-
Tonio the Clown
in Miami Open
Guild's productloi
of "Pagliacci" li
Miami High Scho
auditorium Mard
;.; 20 and 22 wil
,yed by th
... Metr ipoli-
baritone Robert
le. Kurt B.ii.n-
tenor wh
pared I
.'. .11 alsi
e all-Met
Tickets
: .. in p ii e fron
52.46 to $4.92 ma;
oe <~>r>;. '' l '' Bur-
- 3rd floor nea
the bridge, or by
ning !M332
Tickets for the Ft
Lauderdale per-
formance on March
24 are available at
the Music Shop.
sponsibility to do so!
Our laity must be shown the
destructive results brought ;ibout
gue. The past 30 years in by the breakdown of the tradi-
/ever, have seen de- tional synagogue and
ictive action by irreligious, energies must be brought to bear
l :(/ temple bodies whose to strengthen and preserve the
: motivationlet us not be Orthodox the historic swiagogxie.
sfied by rationalizationswas A few people can no longer be
tly, the desire to imitate the permitted to force the issue at
:himitation has been the congregational meetings and vote
ristic feature of the Non- to abrogate basic tradition. All
tional Jewish community for this will require dedication and
ast centuryand secondly, a struggle. The results of acquiesi-
e to achieve an actual separ- ence. however, are obvious. They
. from the Traditional Kab- spell our own destruction.
binate and from the Traditional __
: unity, as the earlv church. w" require most of all. a strong
for example, changed the Sabbath movement that will lead to an
to Sundav in order to show a understanding of Orthodox syna-
tangible "division from Jewish gogue traditiona movement that
Tradition. Hence. non-Orthodox will unlt* a11 Orthodox syna-
es have not merely tolerated. Bogues. still the majority of
but actually welcomed and en- American synagogues into one
I strong and cohesive bodv. As long
iged this breach in Jewish as individual synagogues are per-
tra :.tion as they have striven for mitted to drift and thoughtlessly
---------------- tread their own paths. Jewish
Tradition in America will surely
be neither the beneficiary nor the
spiritual benefactor. Only a force-
ful and intelligent Traditional
Synagogue organization will be
able to truly draw the lines of
responsibility for the rabbi and
lay leaders of the congregation,
so that they will become partners
and co-workers in this sacred
nti rprise l inlj if the Ti iitional
Synagogue wiil tself upon a
ngle and !".:::. policy toward
vance, will '.ho
ie and the rabbi igain
unifying and
s in Jewish '. U
10.
Deborah tiro,,.,
To Meet >londjJ
Deborah Group 0f HatU,
, will meet at the Shore ciuhM
Miami Beach, on Monday {ft-
118, at 1 p.m.. according^
Louis Qidney, president *"
To highlight the Child Welt
project. Mrs. Will,am Levv *
gram chairman, will pre'senr
film strip entitled 'lEgfl
rael's Youth." These are JriL
Kodaehromes taken in i"j*
Ha2el Greenwald. national a
chairman. Mrs ,\l Levine 3
show the picture in conjunct
! with a dramatic narration bv VJ
Levy, who will describe the'*?
done to aid the children uf Isr
Also appearing on the pr08r
will be Mrs. Herbert GutS
Jewish National Fund chairnS
-who will explain the purposes!
I this project and report
progress of her committee s
will distribute Blue B,>Xes
members who wish them
\ oil 11 Side Tenter
To Purchase Land
A special parcel of land in the
Northwest section to be used as
the site for a house of worship
will be purchased by the North-
side Jewish Center, it was de-
cided at a recent meeting of the
group.
Following the vote. William
Weinstock, builder. offered
enough concrete blocks to erect
I the walls of a building, and Wil-
liam Altman, also a builder,
agreed to donate roof and
: windows.
Herman Kutun offered the first
Holy Scroll in memory of his
father and Mrs. Yetta Gitlin will
present the second.
Miami Hebrew School
Plans Community Seder
The Miami Hebrew School and
Congregation will sponsor a com-
munity Seder on Saturday, April
1, at 8 p.m. in the dining room
of the school building. 1101 S.W.
12th Ave., according to Jack
Stone, president.
A full course traditional dinner
prepared in strict accordance with
the Kashruth and Passover laws
will be served. Rabbi Simon April
1 will officiate.
Chairman of the event is
Adolph Feldman. His aides in-
' elude Mrs. Feldman and Mrs.
Herbert Feldan. Reservations may
| be obtained by calling 3-6191 or
, 4-0962.
DR. B. SPIEGEL
OPTOMETRIST
Announces the Opening
8 new office
-* EYES EXAMINED
* GLASSES FITTED
3098 Fuller Street
COCONUT GROVE
Fours Phone
3:30 5:30 48-6126
Evenings by Appointment
Will Mark \all
loiim-il Sabbath
Friday evening, March 10. has
been designated National Council
of Jewish Women Sabbath in
Greater Miami synagogues and
temples, according to Mrs. Leon
Kaplan, chairman of the organiza-
tion's contemporary Jewish affairs
committee.
Slated to -peak at synagogues
here are Mrs Nathaniel M. Levin.
Temple Israel: Mrs. J.ihn Temple
Beth David; Mrs. Sam Weissel.
Coral Gables Jewish Center: Mrs
Nat L. Willia Temple Beth
m; Mrs. Aaron Farr, Temp:,'
Women's I nil
Will Honor
Club Presidents
The women's division of the
Combined Jewish Appeal will
sponsor a "Presidents' Brunch"
on Monday, March 20, at the
Delano Hotel. The affair will
honor presidents of all Jewish
women's organizations for the
part which they have played in
the campaign.
Mrs. Sylvia Chertkof, who has
been named chairman of the
brunch, has sent letters to all
, women's groups, urging them to
appoint chairmen to assist in
getting members to the affair.
Jr. HnriasKali To
Hold Itarhecue
The M nil of Junior
Hadassah will hold its annual
membership barbecue on Sunday.
March 12. at 9 p.m. at the home
ol Dave Adler, 853 Sunset Drive.
South Miami.
Swimming, dancing and re-
freshments will be '-n the agenda,
according to Shirley Friedman.
chairman. A car will be at th*
Miami Jewish Community Center
at 8:30 p.m. to provide trans-
; portation.
Working with -Miss Friedman
ire Lee Friedman. Elaine Pollack.
Joyce Schneiderman. Charma
Cohen and Bea Jacobson,
Acceunts Insured
up to S5.000 by
federal Deposit
tasuTMCt Corporation
Florida's
Largest
Savings Bank
Cardiae Home To
Hold Liin<*lieoii
Annual donor luncheon of the
Miami Chapter. National Chil-
, dren's Cardiac Home, will be held
at the Clover Club on Tuesdav,
March 14. at noon.
Chairman of the day is Mrs.
Jean Lehman and co-chairmen.
Mrs. Harold Cohen. Committee
members include the Mesdames
Dave Rifas. Herman Wronker
David Dvoskin, Al Berkowitz and
Leon Freed. Mrs. David Dvoskin
is editor of the souvenir journal
and Mrs. Sam Goldman will give
the invocation.
Hostesses and ushers for the
day are the Mesdames Irving
Kasden, Sam Karnes. Benjamin
Golden, Herman Wronker. Henry
Green. William Groner, Abe
Robinson and H. G. Spahn.
Reservations may be made by
calling Mrs. Harold Cohen at
4-6292.
All-Yiddish Musical To
Bow Into Plaza Tuesday
The musical production. "Every
Girl's Desire." all-Yiddish stage
presentation, bows into the Plaza
Theatre. Miami Beach, for a
week's engagement starting Tues- I
day. March 14. Co-starring Na- I
than and Rose Goldberg and >
Jacob and Betty Jacobs, the all-
star supporting cast is headed by
Leo Liebgold and Lilly Lilliana.
Playwrighted by Louis Freiman,
the lyrics were written by Jacob
Jacobs and the production staged
, by Nathan Goldberg, with Sholcm
Secunda directing the musical
end.
Seats for all performances will
be reserved. Matinees will be
given on Saturday and Sunday
at 2:30 with evening curtain-
raising scheduled for 8-30.
Fenton Opens
Real Estate Finn
David Fenton has announced
the opening of his own real estate
firm at 605 Lincoln Road, Miami
Beach.
Fenton. who has resided in
Miami Beach since 1945. has been
associated with local real estate
offices since 1946.
A former resident of Newark,
N. J., he was a practicing attorney
there for over 15 years. In 1937
and 1938 ho was secretary of Rep.
Frank W. Lowey. Jr., of New
Jersey, and during the war was
affiliated with the selective serv-
1 ice system of that state.
Former secretary of William M.
I Unterman Lodge, B'nai B'rith, of
Newark, he is now an active
member of the North Shore
Lodge.
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L MARCH 10. 1950
*Unist n-DrSrii^n
PAGE ELEVEN
TADRUTH WEEKLY USES UNETHICAL TACTICS TO FOOL PUBLIC
.... ronntedlv leqitimate publication of the Histadruth _____________.__________________
L ,oar reputedly leqitimate publication of the Histadruth
M America, an orqanization interested in the promotion
Hebrew languaqe, became the tarqet this week of Anglo-
papers throughout the country as a result of unethical
practiced in "procurement of advertising and business
Ehand non-Jewish firms in
E, recently flooded The
Fioridian office with in-
following the receipt of
L,ts in varying amounts
Histadruth Ivrith Inc.,
. [or pavnunt for ads in a
I Passover issue of Hadoar.
Inanving each bill was an
loed'f:om the Rosh Hashona
I of The Jewish Fioridian
letter which began with the
misleading statement:
pd vou will find a .state-
End copy of your 'Ad'."
Gentile firms were
at the idea of a Jewish
Ration taking the liberty of
|o unauthorized ads and
ping that payments be
[Jewish Fioridian immedi-
Vntacted the representative
I local organization, who
kned the practice, and made
with the officers of the
J group. The Jewish
Ein telegraphed the offices
Histadruth Ivrith's weekly,
ing them that this paper
[run an expose of their
jnded methods.
Hegram received from J.
business manager of the
futh Ivrith publication, ad-
Ihat "Telegram received.
[hold statement until you
1 letter follows."
risingly enough, the letter
[Amdur promised in the
acknowledged that the
[proposition was a racket
Vnotion as the text which
reveals:
jreply to your telegram, I
i advise you that we are
| to have inconvenienced
.number of letters went
In Histadruth Ivrith of
lea stationery to people in
territory-without our ap-
Frankly, you will be
kted to know that these
I did not meet with very
guccess.
ms that we were sold a
\i goods' and made ar-
nents with an 'over
k' advertising man (pro-
for our Pasover issue.
lase be assured that in the
I this will be corrected. I
fely hope that you will not
i against the Histadruth
|of America or the Hadoar
feel greatly perturbed
|he incident."
quarters of the National
Association of English-Jewish
Weeklies was contacted, and its
president, Philip Slomovitz, con-
gratulated The Jewish Fioridian
on its strong stand in demanding
that all ads and monies obtained
through this undignified and un-
ethical manner be returned with
a letter of explanation and that
the names of promoters conduct-
ing the racket be published.
Slomovitz, publisher of the De-
troit Jewish News, as well as
Gabriel Cohen, publisher of the
National Jewish Post, disclosed
that this vicious practice has been
exercised in Buffalo and Indiana-
polis.
The Histadruth Ivrith, which
receives funds from the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, is
being given sufficient time to
rectify its deceptive high pressure
manner of operation before a
nationwide publicity blackout is
invoked against them by the
Anglo-Jewish press throughout
the country.
The organization has continued
in additional correspondence to
hem and haw, hedging from the
request for positive action in cor-
recting the reprehensible tactics
used to fool people all over the
country.
The Jewish Fioridian, in co-
operation with the American
Association of Anglo-Jewish
Newspapers and Publishers
throughout the country, is plan-
ning a vigorous campaign, using
all resources at their command to
end such ruthless approaches to
secure funds.
urm
'isy pins*
HADOAR
HEBREW WEEKLY
165 WEST 46th ST., NEW YORK 19, N.Y.
PUia 7-0920
February 21, 1950
Ur. Fred K. Schochet
The Jewish Fioridian
120 tl. E. 6th Street
Kiaai 18, Fla.
Dear Mr. Schochet I
In reply to your telegram, I wish to advise you that we are
sorry to have inconvenienced you. A number of letters went
out on Histadruth Ivrith of America stationery to people in
your territory without our approval. Frankly, you will
be interested to know that these letters .did not meet with
very nuch success.
It seems that we were sold a "sf ill of goods" and made arrange-
ments with an "over zealous" advertising man (promoter) for
our Passover issue.
Please be assured that in the future this will be corrected.
I sincerely hope that you will not hold this against the
Histadruth Ivrith of America or the Hadoar as we feel greatly
perturbed over the incident.
.Sincerely yours,
HADOAR HEBRFW WEEKLY
JA/rf
Beach Merchants Band
To Halt Shoplifting
Merchants of Miami Beach have
taken added precations against
the wave of shoplifting now
prevalent throughout the area.
The increase in the number of
arrests made for this offense in
the past few weeks has been con-
siderable, with merchants banding
together to eliminate the evil by
adopting a stringent attitude to-
ward the shoplifters who are
detected.
Vigorous prosecution will be
waged against all such individuals
with stiff finesand jail sent-
ences whenever possiblemeted
out.
In addition to the adoption of
severe penalties, other per-
cautionary measures taken by the
merchants include a special corps
of detectives in sufficient num-
bers to discourage the horde of
petty offendersmostly in the
amateur classwho have been
infesting Greater Miami.
dur
less Manager
0NL1GHT DANCING
and
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HOTEL
IBANA CLUB
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P* 0"r'nity to vi.it
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}AY. MARCH 12
1 '" Midnight
ll.-Mf .iss.ili Unit To
See Israeli Film
"Israel, Its Land and Its
Growth" will be the topic of a
talk and movie to be presented
by Mrs. John Wiener at the Jew-J
ish National Fund meeting of the1
Henrietta Szold group of Hadas-
sah on Monday, March 13, at 8:15
p.m. in the religious school
building of the Miami Beach
Jewish Center.
Mrs. Wiener, a resident of Miami
Beach, has already won acclaim
as a writer and is at present pre-
paring a novel on Israel which
will be published in the fall. Mr.
and Mrs. Wiener make annual
|jrips to Israel, and the movie she
will present and describe is one
which they took on their very
recent tour of the land.
Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg, who
is presenting the program of the
month, will read a paper "Pass-
over in Many Lands."
Registration Now Open
Registration for the second
semester of the Coral Gables
Jewish Center Adult Institute,
which is slated to get underway
immediately following Passovei,
is now open, according to Rabbi
Morris A. Skop.
Classes meet every Wednesday
at 8 p.m at the center and courses
include "Contents of the Hebrew
Bible" and Beginners or Modern
Hebrew.
Sorority Holds Tea
Rho Chapter of Iota Alpha Pi
sorority recently held a tea at
the home of Mrs. Muriel Hirsch,
294 S. Coconut Lane. Palm Island,
for prospective members. Tony
Stone, Dorothy Liss. Ellen Solo-
mon and Penny Aberman pre-
sented a skit written by Sandra
Rosner. Several members of the
alumnae were present as well as
Miss Mary B. Merritt. dean of
women and Miss Betty Cosby,
assistant.
The newly reorganized alumnae
group recently elected officers:
president is Mrs. Marilyn Sager.
Other officers are vice president,
Miss Maratha Ebstein; treasurer,
Mrs. Roslyn Pollack: recording
secretary, Mrs. Joy Goldstein;
corresponding secretary, Mrs.
Selma Gleason: social chairman,
Mrs. Jacqueline King; Pan-
Hellenic adviser, Mrs. Joyce
Roman.
Next meeting of the alumnae
will be March 20, at the home of
Miss Ebstein.
Israelite Center Plans
Package Party Sunday
The Israelite Center, 3198 S.W.
24th Terr., is sponsoring a Purim |
package party on Sunday at 7:30
p.m. There will be dancing and
entertainment.
Bernard Bauer is chairman. As-
sisting him are Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Sperling, Mr. and Mrs.
-Nathan Shenkyn and Mrs. Bauer.
Mrs. S. L. Cohen and M. Park
are in charge of tickets.
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+Jewist ncrkUati
PAGE THIRTEEN-
^pw Union College Will Mark 75th ZOA Representative
3 />- UM^k *1 AmmM 1 Honored At Brunch
jyerSary Ull IViarCIl 3 1, Mpril I The board of directors of the
[" twrrNNATI__The 75th anniversary of the Hebrew Union cral Gables Zionist District
' -11 be celebrated Friday evening, March 31, and onjhonored Herschel Auerbach, na-
*9e W'April 1, on the eve of Passover, which has been
"^flhe Day of National Sabbath by the college, it was
d here by Dr. Nelson Glueck, president of the only
k0UnTseminary of Liberal Judaism.
i-.. Isaac Maver Wise,. of Temple Sisterhoods and the
|t was LJr- <"-. ., f tI_i___... xt..*;.i rjn..imn ~t t___-i
eiican i
,re*i founder of the neorew
6r College, svho had the V1sion
* -?"cars -''go that religious
t* for America must be pro-
!fbv American institutions,"
r.lueck -American demo-
krwas fmnly knit with the
Hi of Biblical inspiration, and
K believed strongly, when
LSlished the first rabbinic
this continent, that
fctest religious efforts must
lgn, toward strengthening
Judaism and democracy. In
Jance with his view the
figof the Hebrew Union
fee have wedded Judaism
the best of modern science
technique in the training of
b s for American Judaism.
orav that God may give us
h'to face the tasks that lie
'a. and wisdom to steer this
t institution, now joined with
Jewish Institute of Religion
ew York, so that it may bring
jng to our faith, to America,
, to the world."
toecial services in observance
the diamond jubilee of the
National Federation of Temple
Brotherhoods in preparing com-
munity anniversary programs.
The college-institute, with the
Union of American Hebrew Con-
gregations, is participating in a
Combined Campaign which seeks
a $1,875,000 maintetnance fund to
support the program of Liberal
Judaism to prepare rabbis and
cantors and educators, and to
provide guidance and religious
materials to more than 400 mem-
ber congregations in 325 United
States communities.
tional representative of ZOA,
with a brunch at Howard John-
son's on Sunday.
Next general meeting of the
group will be held on March 9 at
the Coral Gables Jewish Center
with Mortimer May, honorary
vice president of the Southeastern
regional ZOA, as guest speaker,
according to Norman R. Lyons,
president.
Clarke To Speak
Edward Clarke of the Uni-
versity of Miami will be guest
speaker at the Spinoza Outdoor
Forum in the patio of the home
of Dr. Abraham Wolfson. 124 11th
St., Miami Beach, Saturday at 3
p.m. He will review the book,
"Charles Dickens." by Hesketh
Pearson. Next Saturday after-
noon. Rabbi Moshay P. Mann will
speak on "Intermarriage." Chas.
H. Lee will lecture on "Is There
Life on the Planets?" on Tuesday
at 8 p.m.
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Justice Douglas Writes
For Technion Yearbook
"Israel, a testing ground for
new ideas, can guide all humanity
to a higher standard of living
through science." says Supreme
Court Justice William O. Douglas
in the lead articles of the Tech-
nion Yearbook, published recently
by the American Technion So-
ciety, 154 Nassau St., New York
City. Justice Douglas, who visited
..Israel and other states of the
are being planned by 4UU | j^die East last summer, writes
on "Israel, Teacher of the Middle
East."
This theme and the close ties
being forged between America
and Israel are stressed in the
current yearbook, volume eight
of the 256-page annual publica-
tion, edited by Judah Wattenberg,
which features 28 pages and il-
lustrations on topics pertaining
to technical, industrial and edu-
cational progress in the United
States and Israel.
The list of authors reads like
a page from Who's Who. Among
the contributors are Dr. Chaim
Weizmann, the scientist-president
of Israel; Dr. I. I. Rabi, Nobel
Prize Laureate in physics, who
writes in tribute to Albert Ein-
stein; Philip Sporn, utility
executive, who discusses the
prospects for industrial applica-
tion of atomic energy; and three
college heads, James R. Killian,
Jr.. president of M.I.T.; Bryn
J. Hovde, president of the New
School for Social Research, and
Joseph Weil, dean of the school
of engineering. University of
Florida. Dr. Killian's paper is en-
titled, "Education for Responsi-
bility;" Dr. Hovde writes on
"Israel Needs Social Research;"
and Dr. Weil discusses "Education
for the Engineer of Tomorrow."
form congregations in
nmunities throughout
tied States, and other anni-
Isary programs will be held
,ughout the country during
the Central Conference of
berican Rabbis and the Union
[American Hebrew Congrega-
ns, two other major Liberal
jvish organizations founded by
| Isaac Mayer Wise, have en-
Ised the Day of National Sab-
lh, and the UAHC has also
listed the support of its af-
fates, the National Federation
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Golden ^ge Friendship Club of
the Miami Jewish Community
Center will hold a Purim ball on
Saturday, March 11, at the center
auditorium. i
Don Matlin and his Y's Guys
veitf entertain and provide music
for. dancing. A grand march,
Purim games and contests are
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Program to Mark' Beach Women To Name
.Music Month I Nominating Committee
A nominating committee will
be appointed when the board i :'
the Miami Beach Chapter ~:
P'nai B'rith Women meets on
Thursday. March 16.
at the home of Mrs. Harold Turk.
Miami Beach
The chapter I
night for Tuesday. March 21
the Hotel New Y Mrs. He: -
H man Popkin has been
chairman of the event.
Mrs. Seymour Satin, president
of the Beach chapter has
nounced that two six-m nth
scholarships have been given
through the orgamzat: r.'s D ra
August-Sarah l.ev:ne 5ch
Fund. The recipients are Stanley
Sterling and Roslyn M r
University of Mi< .'its.
Ca?itor Samuel Kelemer
An unusual broadcast of Jewish
Music will be heard on station
WKAT Sunday. March 12. at 1:30
p.m. in observance of Jewish
Music Month.
The half-hour broadcast, en-
titled "The Trail to Jewish
Music." will trace the develop-
i Jewish music from the
beginning to the present day.
The program will be directed by
r Sa^ue! Kelemer of the
Be:h SI : Congregation and
..-.elude re i -.: and nar-
J-.ige Kenneth Oka will
assist.
Trial to Jewish Musi
' ne f thi ffi ings f the Jewish
Music Council : Greater Miami.
Iladassali Will
Hear Mrs. The Miami Beach Busine- i -
Profes;. nal Division of Hi I
will have Mrs Albert G I
national Hadas-.^h bo.': :i member,
as gue;t speaker at :ti mei I
on Monday. March 13. .at the
Miami Beach.Y. according to Lil-
lian Goodman, president.
Mrs. Gitlow :s a former Nation-
al Hadossah JNF chairman as
well as JNF chairman for New
York City. She has. also served
as membership chairman for the
state of New York and has been
regional education chairman for
that region.
Book Reriew Slated
The weekly forums of the Mi-
ami Jewish Community Center
will resume Monday. March 13. a:
8.30 p.m. with a review by Mrs
Crystal Schubert, of "The Embers
Still Burn." Mrs. Schubert is
well-known as a book reviewer
here and in New York.
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829 Biscayne Blvd.
Seder Scheduled
The first annual Passover Seder
in the new Beth David Sjnpgcgut.
will be held Saturday. Apr.l 1.
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PAGE FIFTEEN
r^Run For State
C-i Again In May
Enounced this week that
h be a candidate for re-
I to the Florida Railroad
Ehlic Utilities Coommission
fiy Democratic primaries.
Ivetetran commissioner, who
1 the honorary position ox
L Democratic committee-
L Florida, said he will
I. in the near future. He
L usual campaign, he said
Effll P"blic speaking
V*{t ,he state, shaking
fat all Pl**s where he can
\Lor more citizens and
Ictog a vigorous letter-
dPas0heaTs known to hun-
ftf thousands of Florida
I has served on the railroad
fcssion since 193^_________
Miami Hadassah Group To Hold
Child Welfare Luncheon At Miamian
Child welfare and vocational
education will be emphasized
during March by the Miami
Group of Hadassah, which will
hold its child welfare luncheon on
Monday, March 13, at noon in the
Miamian Restaurant, according to
the chairman of the day, Mrs.
Albert B. Rosenthal.
Mrs. Murray Grauer will give
supervises the health of 100,000
boys and girls annually. School
luncheons and nutrition education
are also under Hadassah's super-
vision, along with vocational ed-
ucation. In the recreational field,
45 playgrounds are operated by
Hadassah, plus more than 300
summer day camps which provide
recreational facilities and daily
the invocation and Mrs. Colman i meals for about 10,000 children,
A. Zwitman will offer the bene- and regular summer camps which
diction. Others participating in take children to the seashore or
the program will be the Mes- the country for a two or four
dames Morris A. Skop, Max | week period.
Shapiro, Simon April, Jasper Reservations may be made by
Cromer, H. C. Moser and Albert calling Mrs. Rosenthal at 7-7755.
B. Rosenthal. ---------------------------
Proceeds from the affair will Rabbi Moshay P. Mann will
go to the child welfare fund; give a radio address on Sunday,
which maintains 52 welfare sta-j March 12, at 1:45 p.m. over station
tions. In addition, the Hadassah I WINZ. His subject will be "Why
School Hygiene Department 11 Am a Jew!"
Miami Beach Y Offers
Marriage Prep Course
A "Preparation for Marriage"
course for young adults was
launched on Wednesday, March 8,
at 9 p.m. at the Miami Beach Y
and will continue for eight con-
secutive weeks, according to Fred
Sewall, young adult chairman of
the Beach Y.
The course, which was offered
last year, is being repeated due
to popular demand. Leading psy-
chologists, social workers, clergy-
men and laymen will lead the
forums.
Purim Puppet Exhibit
"Purim Puppets" made by Mrs.
Morris A. Skop, Mrs. Horn and
boys and girls of the arts and
crafts department of the Coral
Gables Jewish Center are now
on display in the patio of the
center.
Beach V To Hold
Music Festival
A Jewish Music Festival will
be sponsored by the music lovers
committee of the Miami Beach
YM & WHA on Saturday, March
11, at 8:30 p.m.
Chairman of the affair is Joe
Mooney, who is being assisted by
Margaret Chasan.
The program will feature Mur-
ray Phillip and his- guitar; the
Jewish Folk Chorus under the
direction of Ben Yomen; Shirley
Usandansky and Harvey Gold-
berg, Israeli dancers; and Pierre
Mande, violinist taccompamed by
Anyuta Melicov at the piano;
Marcel Chiland, tenor; Masha
Guralova, mezzo soprano; Ber-
nard Friedman, baritone; and
Ruth Brotman, soprano. Chaim
Rose, a member of the committee,
will offer an appropriate narra-
tion.
MUCH
ON
The igjo drive for the United Jewish Appeal
is now going on in Greater Miami.
You stand at the cradle of history. The
momentous achievements of a decade of re-
construction and settlement hang in the bal-
ance. The 195a.campaign of the Unked
Jewi>hAppeal fs*your opportunity to create
a hriglrter future for fne Jewish people
throughout the world.
The Jews of Israel displayed great courage
in winning a war of survival and freedom.
But they are not yet at peace with their
neighbors and the new nation is in danger of
another serious attack.
Israel has taken in 400,000 homeless Jews
from every corner of the globe in less than
two years. Its people are sharing their food
and their homes with the newcomers. They
are living on an austerity basis and taxing
themselves to the limit to welcome an addi-
tional 150,000 this year.
The Jews of Israel cannot carry this bur-
den alone. At this very moment, in the sever-
est winter Israel has known in more than
twenty-five years, no less than 85,000 men.
women and children are living in tents and
barracks in bitter cold and in torrential
rains. They are waiting for us to give them
a decent home. They are waiting for us to
give them a fresh start. We considered them
our responsibility when they were in the DP
camps of Germany and in the ghettos of
North Africa and Europe. They are no less
our responsibility today. We cannot abandon
them now without condemning them to
months of sorrow and misery.
Can we try to halt the flow of immigrants
to ease the critical need in Israel? Can we
ask the Jews of Poland to wait until the
August 15th deadline on their opportunity
for emigration lapses? Can we ask the Jews
in Moslem lands, who are now living under,
the shadow of wholesale persecution, to wait
. until their chance to escape has been cut off?
Lack of dollars will reduce the influx of im-
migrants into Israel. Are we prepared to as-
sume the consequences for dooming those
who are left behind to suffering and possible
death?
Our job is not finished while 800,000 Jews
in the Moslem lands are in the grip of opres-
sion. Our job is not finished while more than
250,000 Jews in Europe still look to us for
help. Our job is not finished while the State
of Israel is struggling to achieve peace and
stability in the face of a serious economic
and defense crisis.
As the one central instrument of American
Jews for the rescue and reconstruction of
Jews overseas, the United Jewish Appeal
calls on the Jews of this city to give and give
generously to the Campaign for the United
Jewish Appeal that is to be launched soon
here.
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Finishing touches are being put
on "The Jazz Singer." which will
be presented bv the Hebrew Aca-
. demy at Miami Beach High
School on March 26. 27 and 28.
Proceeds will go toward the main-
tenance of the academy, which
now has enrollment of over 200
pupils.
. Aaron Courshon, Miami Beach
civic leader, heads the committee
in charge of the play.
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profit community sponsored pro-
j. pi which boasts a 400-seat
theatre auditorium, outdoor play-
iU'qund. library, music room, a
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department, clinic, dining room
and kitchen.
Young Adult Zionist Conelave Set
For Weekend Of March 24-26
Soltj, Miami Beach Junior
dassah; Miriam Scheinberg
Elaine Sachs. Miami Junior
Hadassah: Gil Rappaport and
David Goodwin. Miami Beach
Ha-
and
Mrs. (liro.HsiiijLgrr
llfince Hostess
Plans are being formulated for
the first annual young adult Zion-
ist conclave of South Florida to
be held the weekend of March
24-26 at Camp Kendall. Kendall.
Fla., according to Mrs. Alfred
M Mamlet. chairman of the
Greater Miami Zionist Youth
commission.
The conclave, which will be
open to members of Junior Ha-
ll. Masada, IZFA and Young
Judaea leaders or prospective
members of these groups, is
scheduled to get underway at
sundown Fridav and last until ~ ..
Sunday aftern n i Correction
The weekend meet will consist In an article in last week's
of works: inars, li ';. i edition <>f The Jewish Floridian.
Israeli singing and dancing. High- Victor I. Eber. was called "the
Masada: Seymour Hinkes and
Louis Fine. Miami Masada; Mel-
vin Schwartz, IZFA: and Al
Heller. Joung Judaea Leaders
Council.
Applications may be obtained
from the Zionist Youth Commis-
sion, 235 Lincoln Road, Miami
Beach, phone 58-4643.
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light of the conference will
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Planning committi
. ly Raphael and Roslyn
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PAGE SEVENTEEN
lathers Assails
s FEPC Stand
LrtCSONVILLE- George
'Ar runently campaigning
KFlond for U. S. Senator
lW nta mnK a slashing attack
Hi "Pepper's record on
Tin to set up a Federal
Slo ment Practices Com-
',;PSma.hers likewise is
ting P-'PPel' on hiS reC, a5
totman for Communist and
Sun* 'font organization."
PpKr's friendship for Joe
in and his advocacy of Rus-
'TonTsix to eight speeches
n Smathers is denouncing
!fc and declares that Pepper
suported it by oposing the
buster as a Southern weapon
jjpjed of f"J*8..S2^J
nrds" Smathtrs says, FEPC *
h'ne move than an attempt by
hrtnein radicals to break down
jregation. This bill was first
oomea bv the Communist Party
stir up strife and discord.
hen thev say whom you may
re and fire it is logical that the
fcxt "tep would be a law invading
[e privacv and sanctity of the
brae and 'of the marriage rela-
bn.
"If thev can pass a law to say
thorn you may hire and fier,
key can pass one to say whom
our daughter will marry."
Smathers said Papper has
ir.anv positions on FEPC" and
to where he stands, depends
whether or not it is an
Petition year.
"On election years," Smathers
Jsseited, "Pepper vigorously de-
nounces the bill, and talks about
[is Southern ancestry. In his 1944
[lection campaign my opponent
(eclared for white supremacy, but
fess than thirty-five days later
lad voted in the Senate Labor
tommittee to continue FEPC.
"Now the Senator says that
fos i war time measure and he
Ifould never vote for FEPC in
eace time, but he also said in
1 that he would never vote
tot :'..
"Ail of us know that the only
?ay Southerners keep FEPC off
backs is by use of the Fili-
To take away the Fili-
uster is like taking away from
he pioneer, his rifle.
"And where was my. opponent
a this fight over the Filibuster?
Was he with his Southern col-
leagues? No. He joined up with
|he Northern radicals and tried
take the only protection the
Southerners had. He called the
iibusttr ; n offense against
emocratic process."
Referring to the Congressional
tecord of March 17, 1949,
bmathers said Pepper w?s quoted
|s having sad: "I say that if the
!>enator from Florida, from a state
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Anyway, this is what one
Passover food manufacturer, Leo
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subject.
An infrequent occurrence
cropped up this year in the
reckoning of Passover. The holi-
day, based on the lunar and solar
calendars, falls on a Saturday
concurrently with the Sabbath
day of rest and prayer.
According to the orthodox He-
brew religion, the Sabbath, which
starts Friday sunset and ends
Saturday sundown, strictly for-
bids any type of work, including
the preparation of food.
The setting of the Passover
"Seder" meal requires elaborate
advance shopping, preparation
and cooking of traditional dishes
to commemorate the exodus of
the Jews from Egypt. With the
Sabbath restrictions, orthodox
housewives would be in a dilem-
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Twentieth century.
"The insurmountable obstacle
vanishes," said Leo Rokeach,
"when the housewife takes shop-
ping bag in hand and strolls to
where it hurts, can stand up and
say, 'Yes, I signed the closture
petition against Filibuster' my
devotion to Civil Rights legisla-
tion should not be doubted. Last
night I signed as the third name
the petition of the Senator from
Minnesota (Humphrey) to say
sponsors of Civil Rights measures
are entitled to present their
matters."
Smather identified Humphrey
as "the man who tried to lead
Southern Democrats out of the
party at the Philadelphia conven-
tion." He said that a similar peti-
tion to that of Humphrey's was
circulated by Senator Gl^nn Tay-
lor, of Idaho, Henry Wallace's
running mate on the Progressive
party ticket."
the nearest grocer a few days
before the holiday. Gracing the
shelves of any neighborhood store
is an array of Passover products,
fully prepared, ranging from
'gefulte fish' to 'borscht.'
"The venerated Seder meal is
now available in shinv bottles,
cartons and cans," he said, "all
approved for Passover use. All
that is needed to prepare the
biblical meal these days are table
appointments and, of course, a
can opener."
I. Rokeach & Sons, one of the
world's largest and oldest pro-
ducers of Passover foods, ranging
from matzos to preserves, markets
some 30 additional products for
the holiday shopper.
In order to overcome the
calendar problem, Rokeach sug-
gests that the housewife prepare
the family chicken Friday morn-
ing, place in refrigerator with
the packaged items, and then go
ahead with the observance of
Sabbath. The basic staples can
be prepared in less than 20
minutes, while the chicken is
being reheated, with not a devia-
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What could have been a calam-
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wifes this year, equal to any that
befell the Jews during the trek
to the Promised Land, turned out
to be a blessing because of the
progress of man.
Isaac Levin Changes
Meeting Time, Place
Isaac Levin Lodge, B'nai B'rith.
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according to Emanuel Levenson.
president. Metinjs are now
scheduled for the first and third
Tuesday of eacn month at Beth El. [
Philip Schiff and Albert Beer
have been named as delegates to
the Greater Miami B'nai B'rith
Council.
The group is planning a barn
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JEWS IN SPORTS
By HASKELL COHEN
The most unusual female coach ence, there's still time for them
in many a vear is Hazel .Shapiro., to leave.' Near the end of my
rifle coach of Lincoln High I talk, a very distinguished looking
School, Brooklyn. New York. j gentleman approached me and
Her entrance to the rifle field i asked the inevitable and inescap-
was accidental. When asked to able question: 'Are you the Ruby
take over for an absent coach at; Goldstein who was knocked out
Lmcln. Mrs. Shapiro didn't know t by Ace Hudkins?' See?"
one end of a rifle from the other.
She learned fast and due to her, Everything seems to befall Phil
previous athletic record, she Fov, veteran referee in the Na-
quickly developed a lively in-; tional Basketball Association. He
terestJn this, her adopted sport, j COmes up with more injuries and
While, at Girl's High School, she i ailments on the basketball court
won the Wingate Award for out- during the course of one session
standing athletic ability. At the; than most referees encounter in
age of fourteen, she was a mem- a lifetime. Two years back, he
b<>" of the skating club of the
Brooklvn Ice Palace and the relay
keeled over in a game he was
working in the American League.
team of the Women's Swimming At the time, doctors feared he
i Association.
During her years at City Col-
lege, she was captain of women's
might have suffered a heart at-
tack but it was nothing more
serious than attack of acute in-
basketball and swimming teams, digestion suffered from overeat-
rnember of fencing team and track ing the night before the game,
squad, and handball champion of' Earlier this winter, he came up
the school. Upon leaving college
she played pro basketball for a
while, AAA handball and swam
with a strange ear malady while
working in Denver Colorado. This
illness kept him out of action for
in Billy Rose's Aquacade. She several weeks. The other night,
then went into the rifle coaching while working a game in Phila-
job at Lincoln High, teaching
commercial subjects at the same
time.
Last year. Hazel's boys at Lin-
coln took first prize in the Na-
tional Rifle Association City
Championships and second place
in state competition. The female -
delphia. Phil, who goes all out in
"calling" contests, was backing
up rapidly illustrating an offense
committed by one of the teams,
when he felt that he was losing
his equilibrium. He knew that if
he didn't check himself, he would
fall over -backwards and was
U-M Senior Will
Give Recital
A piano recital by Walter L.
Goodman, one of several grad-
uating seniors to be presented
by the University of Miami school
of music during the current
semester, is scheduled for Thurs-
day, March 16. at 8:30 p.m. in
Beaumont Memorial Lecture Hall
on the main campus. The recital
which is open to the public, will
consist of works by classic,
romantic and modern composers.
Three preludes by J. S. Bach
will open the program, and will
be followed by Ravel's Sonatine.
The romantic group will consist
of Brahm's G Minor Rhapsody
Opus 79, No. 2. Chopin's Etude in
A Flat. Opus 25, No. 2, and the
popular B Flat Minor Scherzo.
Goodman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Goodman, 1450 N.W. 1st
St.. is a veteran of World War
II. He served 18 months overseas
in the European Theater of Op-
erations. In addition to his four
years' study with M. R. Lepper
at the university school of music,
he has taken summer work in
piano at the Juilliard School in
New York City and at the Uni-
versity of Southern California.
Before entering the university, he
studied with Mrs. Frances Dreck-
erman in Miami. During this past
semeste-- at the university he has |
participated in Dr. Harold Bauer's |
master class.
Hadassah Unit To Meet
A meeting of the Menorah
Chapter of Hadassah will be held
Monday, Mafth 13, at 1:30 p.m.
at Beth El.
A film, "48 Hours," depicting
the work of the Hadassah Medical
Organization, will be shown.
Members are asked to bring JNF
boxes to the meeting.
t*- eth rZ
coached team won out over others afraid that he would crack his
who were coached by men. The
weaker sox?
Mrs. Shapiro has entered her
team in the Marlin Interscholasiic
Tournament scheduled for April
first at the "1st Regiment Armory.
She expects to come through
with flying colors to prove that
her previous victory wasn't just a
lucky break.

Ruby Goldstein attendad a
luncheon in Westchester and
spoke at a dinner in Freeport,
Long Island, the same night. He
says his wife has tabbed him
"America's guest." since about the
only time she gets to eat with
him is at breakfast on Sundav
head against the hardwood floor.
Consequently, he changed the di-
rection of his fall, hoping that if
he landed sideways, he would not
injure himself. As luck would
have it. he did crack his head
against the floor and was out for
three-fourths of an hour. He had
two doctors working over him in
the dossing room. It was sug-
gested to him the next day that
he have a close examination with
an encephalogram to determine
whether or not he had suffered
a possible brain injury. Phil re-
jected the proposal saying that
"anybody crazy enough to work
a game like I do couldn't possibly
have a brain injury."
ADL Official To Speak
Henry Epstein, national com-
missioner of the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith, will ad-
dress the members of Sholem
Lodge. B'nai B'rith on Friday,
March 10, at 12:15 p.m. at the
Miamian Restaurant.
mornings.
His only complaint about the Wrtlff FWtari
numerous appearances he is con- I \" f^!?0
tinually making is that ninetv- ;,.. ,L, s>. Texas- Henry E.
nine percent of the audience asks WoIfr- Miami, was elected a mem-
him about his fight with Ace rTer of tne executive board of the
Hudkins in 1926 when Rubv was atlna' Federation of Temple
knocked out. He says, "You would rotnerhoods at its 13th Biennial
think that was the only fight I Conventlon here-
ever fought. Why don't "thev ask
me about some of the fights I
won? But no, it always has to be
Ace Hudkins.
"I spoke to the student bodv
and faculty of the University o'f
Washington one day. When I
started. I said. 'If there are anv
professors of English in the audi-
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HOLLYWOODWhat is Holly-
Lood's point of view on tele-
s'' After kicking the idea
round for two weeks I still can t
LZe it out. So I asked some of
better informed mental
fcants.
Said writer Alan Lipscott: "I
an't gel excited about writing
It television. To me, an ulcer
from television gives me the same
ellvache as an ulcer from radio.
far as I'm concerned, tele-
ision is smellovision. I need it
ke I need a hole in the head."
[Said producing Irving (Life of
lilev) Brecher: "Off-hand, tele-
Hsion offers some definite ad-
antages over radio, for the
.(.owner. One of the nicest
iings about television is that if
m have a set. you can have your
fiends in at night and you don't
ave to look at them.
f"With a radio set, the room is
Lually lit. a"d it would be con-
fdered rude not to look up at
our guests when you ask them
j please get up and shut off the
kdio. Of course, if you happen
i have friends that you like, it is
bintless to buy a television set."
Said Jack Benny: "Now that
ke hot breach of television is
lowing down our necks, I guess
Fs time most of us did something
bout it. I haven't thought too
fc-d because 1 still have a couple
years to go in radio for my
tesent sponsor, and all I can
Sink of after that is golf and
utomobile tours and not having
[weekly deadline to meet.
I "But every once in a while, I
wonder about television and
jie kind of show I'd do if I were
it. I don't know what type of
bgram I'd like to presentbut
I do know that it couldn't be
mining like a photographic
frsion of my air show. So that
eans I'll need a whole new pro-
ram idea if I'm to. go into tele-
Ision. And since I'm busy enjoy-
1 life and working to keep my
dioshow popular.at the same
ne, who's got time to think
out television?"
ISaid Eddie Cantor: "Here in
bllywood we recently had a
irld premier of an important
"ion picture. The ceremonies
nding the premiere were tele-
id. I said to a nearby column-
f Now with television, these
femieres are even more difficult.
Ti radio we used to just sound
upmnow we can look stupid"
"No actor has a right to be
Revised unless he is properly
le uP-r(-'hearsedand fully
epared for it. Television is cry-
IWishowmanship. It needs
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television around. The novelty no
longer suffices. Television is such
a big thing that just anything is
not good enough!"
IVM Symphony
Announces Dates
For Next Season
The University of Miami is an-
nouncing the dates fot the 23rd
season of the University of Miami
Symphony Orchestra for nine
pair of concerts.
Negotations for world re-
nowned soloists are under way.
Contracts have already been
signed with Jascha Heifetz and
Oscar Levant
Concerts are scheduled for
October 29 and 30, November 19
and 20, December 10 and 11 dur-
ing 1950 and for January 21 and
22, February 11 and 12, March
4 and 5, April 1 and 2, 22 and
23, and May 13 and 14 during
1951. s
"Wise Little Judge" To Be
Told On Youth Program
"Story Party," a radio program
for Jewish youth continues on
station WMIE on Sundays at 7:45
a.m. The broadcast is sponsored
by the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion.
Story fqr this Sunday is "The
Wise Little Judge," which tells
how a Jewish child is able to be
of assistance to the great King
Solomon in solving a puzzling
case confronting him.
Narrator is Jeanette Miller,
dramatic teacher and radio star
of Chicago and Miami. Mrs. Miller
js also available to Parent-Teach-
er Associations of Jewish schools
for future programs similar to her
broadcasts. Free 'Sookingi may be
made through the office of the
bureau, 3-5858.
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Slomowitz Receives Low
Degree From Harvard
Irving J. Slomowitz, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Nathan Slomowitz, 1011
Cortez St., Coral Gables, recenUy
received his Bachelor of Laws de-
gree from Harvard Law School
and is now studying for his New
York Bar examination at the
Practicing Law Institute in New
York City, where he holds a
Harold R. Medina Scholarship. He
is also a candidate for an M A
in government at Columbia Uni-
versity.
During hist last year as a
student at Harvard, Slomowitz
had two articles accepted for pub-
lication by the Florida Law Jour-
nal. The first, "Declaring Judg-
ments in Florida," apeared in the
October, 1949, issue, while the
second, "Tax Administration in
Florida and Judicial Review,"
will be published this spring.
Slomowitz received his B. a.
in political science from the Uni-
versity of Wisconsin, where he
held a non-resident scholarship
for three years. While an under-
graduate there, he served as pres-
ident of the campus newspaper;
chairman of the campus Com-
munity Chest Drive, member of
the student board. Post War
Council; and director of the
Student Book Mart. He was also
a member of Phi Kappi Phi
honorary and Zeta Beta Tau social
fraternity.
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Second in a series of open forum
discussions based on sDecial ser-
mon topics will be held on Friday
evening, March 10, by Temple
Isaiah at the Miami Beach Y.
Rabbi Moshay P. Mann will moderator
speak on "CharityHow, When
and Whom Not to Give!" and
congregants will be invited to
voice their opinions on me sub-
ject.
David M. Trau, Miami Beach
attorney and a vice president of
Temple Isaiah, will serve as
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Bureau Of Jewish Education To Hold
Passover Preparation Institutes
A lang-expressej) need of young
mothers will be met by the Pass-
over preparation institute spon-
sored by the Bureau of Jewish
Education, according to_ Louis
Schwartzman. executive director
of the bureau.
The institute will feature a
demonstration of coking of Pass-
over dishes. explanation of
Passover customs and ceremonies,
teaching of Passover songs, and
demonstration of the Seder pro-
cedure.
In town the institute will be
held at the Miami Jewish Com-
munitv Cci.ter on Monday, March
20. from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Rabbi
Murray Grauer will present the
customs of Passrver. On the
Beach, the institute is scheduled
for Mendelsohn's Lincoln Manor,
on Wednesday. March 22. from
10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff will present the cus-
toms of Passover.
A feature of both institutes will
be the cooking demonstration ol
Mrs. Fannie Mendelsohn. Her
demonstration will include the
preparation of gefilte fish, matzo
meal knadelech. charoses. fried
matzos and Passover desserts.
Mrs. Mendelsohn is a highly ex-
perienced cook and has discussed
Jewish dishes over various radio
programs.
Invitations to pttend the in-
stitues are now being mailed
through the Jewish women's
ganizations of Greater Miarri. The
institutes are open to all in-
terested.
Faculty of the institutes will
include Mrs. Leon Ell. Mia. Max
Shapiro and Hy Pomerantz and
Schwartzman of the bureau.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN Till-." CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOB DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 130899.
LEO F. ANTOINE, Plaintiff. vs.
siHRLEE ANTOINE, Defendant.
TO: SIHRLEE ANTOINE
ill Keystone Street
Reno, n-a.hI.
you are required to serve .i copy or
your answer t" the Bill of Complaint
for Divorce on the plaintiff's attornej
:iin 1 to file the original answer in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Conn on or before the 10th day of
April, a D 1050: otherwise, the Bill
of Complaint (or Divorce heretofore
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW ,
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
ihe undersigned, destrinu to engage in
business under the fictitious name pi
V'lctorj Cleaners at l4Dt> B.w. stn
Street, Miami, Fla., Intends to res Istei
said name with the i lerk oftne cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
ROSE BREESKIN
Sole owner
3 S-10-17-24-31
filed h.-r
by you.
1 MI.-.!
7th day
-in will he taken as confessed
.it
of
the I
Miami. Florida, thi.
March, USA,
E. 1! LBATHERMAN,
("lerk of the Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By F
Name and address Of
Plaintiff's Solicitor:
NORMAN R LYONS
1 ilympl Building
Miami. Florida
J 10-17-24-31
.1 QOCLD,
Deputy ClerK
Radio Workshop To Air
4th Program Wednesday
Rad:o Workshop for Democracy,
a community wide live radio
series on human relations, will
present "The Ugly Duckling" in
its fourth program Wednesday.
March 15, at 10:15 p.m. over sta-
tion WMIE.
Rick Nelson. Margie Weinstein.
Bob Stevens, Dorothy Haskins
and Maggie Betterton. all mem-
bera of the University of Mi-
ami Radio Guild, comprise the
cast for this program. Mrs. Ger-
Hechler, president. Coral
Gables B'nai B'rith Women's
Chapter, will introduce the pre-
sentation.
"The Ugly Duckling" was writ-
ten and produced by Paul Nagel,
Jr. Thi esentation is directed
by Gertrude Marx, with Bernard
Hutner ot the Anti-Defamation
i le's Florida office, serving as
technical adviser.
Sloane To Star In Drama
Everett Sloane noted actor.
Stars in "The Story of Senator
George W, Norris." latest episode
in the "Lest We ForgetThese
Great Americans" series to be
d Saturday, March 11. at 5
p.m. over station WVCG. Coral
Gables.
Participants in the 15-minute
live panel discussion to follow
will be Herbert L. Blume. local
attorney, moderator: Professor
Thomas Wood, department of
government. University of Miami:
Dr. Dunuld Michelson, din I
Hillel Foundation. University of
Miami; and Bert Collier, Miami
Herald staff write:.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN' THE CIRCUIT COl'RT OP Till"
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCl'IT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No.
IS0803
RAFAEL MIRO nd "TILIA M1RO,
his wife, Plaintiffs, vs. ALFRED
ANTON and LOUISE ANTON, De-
fendants.
Tl i ALFRED ANTON
36 Rush Avenue,
lilnghamton, New York
A N 11
LOUISE ANTON,
36 Lush Avenue,
i l nghamton, New Yoi k,
YOU AND KACH OF YOI" are
notified a Bill of Complain) for n
Declaratory Decree and other relief
has been filed against you in the
nbove cause and you are required
.- rve copj nf \ oui Anew ei on
the plaintiffs' attorney and file the
original In the office of the Clerk of
the i' i .ii i'o .ii on or before the
3rd da; of April, :".". otherwise the
alleftatli ..m1 Bill "f Complaint
* be laken a* onfessed bj you.
MARCH 3, I960.
K. B. LBATHERMAN,
if the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
Hj WM. W STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk,
1ACK \ ABB< i'I'T
Attorney for Plaintiffs
27 Lim oln Ri ad
Miami Beach, Fla.
I 10-17-24-31
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NuTIPE IS HEREBY IJ1VEN that
gned, desiring to engagi la
in the fictitious name of
HERBERT JORDAN ORIGINALS al
Ri f ml Mai 12" N w.
- 'I Streel Miami, Floi Ida d
to reglstei .-..i.i name with the i"lerk
the C lit C 'l ',.,i- ("ou
Florid
MAX DROSD
BELLA DROSD
HERBERT JORDAN
\M"- ,MIN
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUI1
IN AND FOR DADE ''"I N PY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
FRED C. ZINGLINE, Plaintiff, vs.
FRANCES J. ZINOLINE. Dcfend-
to!"franti:s j. ZINOLINE,
513 HARMON STREET.
CORPI'S I'HUISTI. I EXAS
YOU auk REQUIRED to serve a
copy of your answer to the Hill 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
\lareh. IS*''", in the above entitle.i
cause tor divorce, otherwise a Decree
Pro Confesao Will be entered against
DATED thi* 1 day of March. 19.".0.
i: B, LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal) ,.,
Bv M. C. FEIGE.
Deputy Clerk.
EMANUEL LEVINSON.
Attorney for Plaintiff,
BUT Biscayn'e Building.
Miami 3:'. Florida.
:i 3-10-17-21
130739.
INGEBURG FIEDLER. Plaintiff, vs.
WILLIAM MAX FIEDLER, De-
fendant.
TO: WILLIAM MAX FIEDLER
in Alfred University
Alfred New York
YOU ARE REQUIRED to serve a
copy of your answer to the bill ol
complaint for divorce on the plaintiffs
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.
i: I!. LBATHERMAN,
clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit court Seal)
Hy M. C. FEIOE,
Deputy Clerk.
MARX M FABER
Attorney tor Plaintiff
112 Congress Building
Miami. Florida
:: 3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ihe undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fletitious name of
?OLDEN ARROW MOTEL at 15800
Collins Avenue Dade County, Florida,
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
county, Florida
HAROLD 8. CANTOR
KLRY STONE
Attorney fur Harold S. Cantor
3/3-10-17-24
Puchkofi To Speak
The Histadruth L'Tarbuth Iv-
rith of Greater Miami will
an address by Pincus Pu
on Sunday, March 19. at 3 p.i
the Spinoza Forum. 124 11th St
Miami Beach Puchk ::. who is
a well known Hebrew and Yid-
dish author, will speak on "The
Stfcond Front." His talk will be
in Hi bn w
NOTICE TO APPEAR
SMALL CLAIM!* COURT. FIFTH
DISTRICT, DADE COUNTY, Fl.oR.
IDA No :
i-n .-th.:.man. ,1 b a
STANDARD DAS STATION,
tiff, -
JERRY \ REGAN Defendant.
vm\ JERRY a REGAN, are here-
ipeai foi ti lal of the
above- on Ihe 11th
2:Oo p.m. ai ihe
Merl Ian Avenue,
Wida.
:' esult In a
t and Ju Ignu i lug entered

. Bei i h, Florida this
Uarcl
KENNETH OKA,
Judge of S i us Courl
.
MANFRED .1 BERLINER
-Miff
11 LI' R ...I
! 1-31
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCl'IT cot'RT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FI.OR1DA. IN CHANCERY No.
130661.
CATHERINE I'ATRICIA LeMOINE.
Plaintiff, vs. THEODORE I^eMolNE.
I lefniidant.
TO: THEODORE LeMOINE
.'6 Wlldwood Avenue
' Ireenfleld. Masaaohusetta
you are HEREBY notified
thai a suit for divorce has been
l>rought against you by CATHERINE
PATRICIA LeMOINE and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of vour written
defenses, if any nn the Plaintiffs
Attorney. GEORGE .1. TAL1ANOFF,
420 Lincoln Road, Miami Reach. Flor-
ida, and file the original in the office
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
or before the l'7 day of March. 1950,
In default of which the Bill of Com-
plaint will be taken as confessed
against you.
Dated, this 27 day of February,
E. B. LBATHERMAN,
, Cleric of Circuit Court.
' In uit Court Seal)
By ft. II RUE. ,1R .
3/3-10-17-24 D6PUt5' '''''"
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN iill. CIRCUIT COURT !' THE
I1TII JUDICI \:. CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADK COUNTY, FLORIDA.-
IN CHANCERY, No. |374n
JOHN i iiiacco Plaintiff, \- MARY
TABACCO, D.
'I'i I: MARY TABAC "
J40 Angelo Streel
m h. -i. r N< w Yoi k
If I are I equli to r: o i opy |
youivanswei to the Bil ol I Complaint
for Divorce on the pi ttorney
nnd tq file the answer in the
ofl ,,f the Clerk of the Circuit
..ii or before ihe 3rd day of
April, A D. ::".'. othel -> Ise, the BUI
"i i 'omplalnl for l Hvorce hen l
fiied herein iii be taken ai confessed
by you.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this the
1st day ..f March, 1950.
E. B. LBATHERMAN,
Cl.rk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida,
By WM. \v. STOCKINO,
.. Jm Deputy Clerk.
Name and address of
Plaintiffs Solicitor:
NORMAN R. LYONS
SH Olympia Building
-Miami Florida
3/3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
' Ing to engagi
Ml is name of
Shi ....' H w 22ml
St.. Mil mend to n
with the ci.-rk of the
lit i irt of I '..!. r ];. i.i ,
iMICHAEI. W, MARTIN
ELSIE MARTIN
17
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
The Jewish Florldlcoi bo-
licits your legal notices.
We appreciate your
patronage and guaran-
tee accurate service at
legal rates. Phone 2-1141
for messenger service.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
l'',r,''/:,-V":''rlT t'OI'RT OF THE
Ll.l.\ I.N I II JUDICIAL CIRCI'T
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY; No!
,lAK'{,\ "'".LIAS! BRADY. Plaintiff.
to* SJSo'JSEJ I-i:adv. befendant
TO MARGARET BRADT,
-'. Tenth Street. S E.,
Was1 lllgton I i C
YOC ARE NOTIFIED that a Bill
of omplalnt for divorce bus l.....
filed agalnsl you In the ah,,v.- ., |M
.....ulred to serve a cons
-n the plaintiff's at-
torney and file the original in the
[ '< on or before the Slsl dav of
of""''i ''": ,'"!''"'-' '" allegations
o'aaidBlll of Complaint will be taken
an onfessed by you.
E'-l,j ii.u > 28, 1950
... K ,;, LEATHEP.MAN.
cgS^^th. Clrcull Court
By WM. \v. STOCKING
JACK A ABBOTT, """'"y C,erk
Utorne) for Plaintiff,
'-'. Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach, Fla.
3 3-10-17-2*
'Circuit
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Noil' E 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the onderalgned, iieHiring to engage in
ha,ms i'i""'"' ,h- fk',ili">"' nami of
Charm House at 2109 Coral Way
-Miami. Dade County. Florida. Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
Florida011"0"" C"urt of ** CoSSri
kman,el"^ve^n'kxander
tttoi ney at Law
*'.', '','"" "" Building
Miami. Florida
' -10-17-24
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
23737.
In Re: ESTATE OF
JACOB JOSEPH SIMONHOFF,
D......as.d.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You. and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of vou, may have against the
estate of JACOB JOSEPH SIMON-
m IFF, deceased, late of Dade County.
Florida, to the Hon. VV. F. Blanton.
County Judge of Dade County, and
file the same In his office In the
County Courthouse in Dade County,
Florida, within eight calendar months
from the date of the first publication
hereof. Said claims or demands to
contain the legal address of the
claimant and to be sworn to and
presented as aforesaid, or same will
be barred. See Section 120 of the
1333 Probate Act.
Date February 21st, A.D. 1950.
HARRY SIMONHOFF
SAM SIMONHOFF
As Executors of the Last Will and
Testament of Jacob Joseph
Simonhoff, Deceased.
2/24 3/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE [0 HEREBY GIVEN that
tho undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
The Sliver Club at Dade County, Flor-
ida. Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
ADOLPH A. HOLLANDER
3941 N. W. 1st Street, Miami
2/17-21 3/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, pursuant to the "Ficti-
tious Name Statute," House Bill No.
117". Chapter No. 20933. Uws of
Florida. 1941, will register with the
Cl.-rk of the Circuit Court, in and
for Dade County, Florida, upon re-
ceipt of proof of the publication of
this notice the fictitious name, to-
wit: ALLAN HARDWARE STORE
under which 1 am engaged in business.
I expect to engage in business at
number B."i30 N. W. 7th Avenue, in the
City of Miami. Florida.
That the party Interested In said
business, enterprise, is as follows:
LILLIAN ROSENBAI'M
ARONOVITZ & ARON'OVITZ, Attya.
Seybold Building
3/3-10-17-24
LEGAL NOTICE
notice ur^biTTiVeVcr-
t notice irmsF?*?
,,&, CORAL WAYUirSS A
MARKET at 1741 Cni-oi ,. KSHFI
Florida. Intend to reg?,e?,yl S3
with the Clerk of 7h pir"a,'d "2I
of Dade County. Fi, ,,bflrcu" CoSI
LOUIS TEICH
v"7on-lU4r A,""lra""
IN COUNTY IWSg^
RK"Es,TiTir,^,''^^H
MORRIS RAUBFOGEL
Deceased. ,
NOTICE is hereby KiVM, ,.
have filed my final reportSS ,""' l|
for FThal Discharge as AtetolSSS
of the estate of Morris T't?""!
deceased; and that on the ", ^l
March, 19.10. will applv to tw uy *l
able Judge W. J Blanton &1
Judge of Dade County. %,
approval of said final reuort ,-i !"l
final discharge as AdmSrJnid
cease".3,e f ^"^ Rw5.f3
This 21 day of February lj^
MILTON A. FRIE,DM.^LliPUGa'
Attorney for Administratrix
2/24 3/3-10-17 X
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No.
23640.
In Re: ESTATE OF
ROSE MELINSON.
I 'eceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ini; Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby |
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you. may have against the
estate of Rose Melinson. deceased,
late of Dade County, Florida, to the
Hon. VV. F. Blanton, County Judge of
Dade County, and file the same in
his office In the County Courthouse
in Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims or
demands to contain the legal address
of the claimant and to be sworn to
and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred. See Section 120 of the
1933 Probate Act.
Date Fell. 28, A.D. 1950.
GERTRUDE BERSON,
As Executrix of the Last Will and
Testament of Rose Mellnson. De-
ceased.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Executrix
3/3-10-17-24
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COl'RT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No.
130694.
LILLIAN R. BH1STOW. Plaintiff, vs.
JAMES BRISTOW, Defendant.
TO: JAMES BRISTOW,
1332 Harvard Street, N.W.,
Room 211.
Washington, D. C.
You an- notified a Bill of Complaint
for divorce haB been filed against you
In the above cause and you are re-
qulred to serve a copy of your Answer
mi the plaintiff's attorney anil file
the original In the office of the Clerk
..f the Circuit Court on or before the
31sl day of March. 1050: otherwise the
allegations of said Rill of Complaint
will be taken as confessed by you.
February 2fc 1050,
K. B LBATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
'Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk,
JACK A. ABBOTT,
Attorney for Plaintiff,
927 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach, Fla.
3 3-10-17-24
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
"F I'LoitlOA, IN AND FOR DADF
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
130.132
SADYE MoSKO Plaintiff, vs.
-MAX MOSKO, Defendant.
Mr Max Mosko,
I 137 Cahuenga
Hollywood 23, California.
Y.ul are required to serve a copy of
your answer to the Bill of Complaint
for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney,
and to file the original answer in the
Office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 27th duv of
March, A.D. 1960: otherwise, the Bill
of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore
t.lel herein, will 1. taken as con-
fi -, ,i by you.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this the
32 day of February, 1950.
E II. LEATHERMAN.
Cl.rk of the Circuit Court,
,_, Dade County. Florida.
Circuit Court 8>al)
By M. C. FEIGE,
.. Deputy Clerk.
Name and Address of
Plaintiffs Solicitor:
MILTON A FRIEDMAN, ,
l"'.':: Seybold Building.
Miami. Florida.
2.21 3/3-10-17 a:-
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT C''CRT OFVl
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT^1
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR til
sag- ,n td^
JOSEPH VIVINETTO. Plaintiff
MARY VIVINETT'i, Defendant.
TO: MARY VIVINETTo
334 Falrmount Avenue
Newark New Jersev
YOU ARE HEREBY N0TT,
that a Bill of Complaint for Duw
has been filed against you and n
are required to serve a copy of n
Answer to the Bill of Complaint
the Plaintiff's attorney, and filt
original in the office of the Clerk-
the Circuit Court nn or before a
17th day of March. 1!'3D, or a d
will be taken against you.
Dated: February 1". 1050,
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Cob
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. POSt,
Deputy
MARION BROOKS
Attorney for Plaintiff
817-819 Olympia Bldg.
Miemi. Florida
2/17-24 3/3-10
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT ('U'l'.T OF '
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCllI
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR Oil
COUNTY. IN CIIAXCERT, Si
130310.
JACK DORMAN. Plaintiff, vi.
LORRAINE DORMAN, Defcn4ut|
Lorraine Dorman,
3 Montgomery Street.
New York City, N. Y.
Y'ou are required t.. erv imiJ
your answer to the Bill of Coal1"
for Divorce on the plaintiff's atts
and to file the original answer at
office of the Clerk of the CW
Court on or before the 20th d <
March, A.D. 1950; otherwise, tin ~
of Complaint for Divorce, herewl
filed herein, will be taken as conta
by you.
Dated at Miami, Florida, thU 1
day of February. 1950. .
E. B. LEATHERMA.VJ
Clerk of the Circuit Cor-
Dade County, Florida,
(Circuit Court Seall -m_
By M. C. FEIGE
Deputy Cld
Name and Address of
Plaintiff's Solicitor:
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN.
1023 Seybold Building.
Miami. Florida.
2/17-34 3/3-10
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COCBI W 'S
11TH JUDICIAL CIRC11T Dl
FOR DADE COUNTY. Fl-ORIM-I
IN CHANCERY, No !*,-,,
SIDNEY S. LAPIDKS I'la inliB.
PEARL LA PIPES. Defendant.
TO: PEARL LAl'IDES
1149 Stratford Avenue,
Bronx. New York.
You are hereby ordere I and
to serve a copy of your A"*"7 whickl
Bill of Complaint, a copy "< ""I
enclosed herewith, -n > "''''
torney. and Ma,the original
office of the Cl.rk erf the u
Court on or before the 1 JJJ,
March, 1950, otherwise tn('isa'l",
of said Bill will be taken as con
byDateUdi.t Miami, Fi.uld..tl
of February, 19a"- lbatBKMU1
Cser'k of the Clrctrtt
(Circuit Court Seal) w ST0CKlSM
By W. I)epUly OS]
BEN ESSEN
Attorney for Plajntltt,
823 Seybold Budding,
Miami, Florida.
2/17-24 3/3-10
r^lCE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIR-'UIT ^ c,RCfl
ELEVENTH JC1 1<-JAI' lR pil
OF FLORIDA. IN ;'N;-|.:i:V 1
COUNTY. IN CHAN'
BERTHA (IRA HAM. P"
Mrs. Bertha Graham,
Townsend,
Delaware. rv(. a fjl
You are required to st Con,;j
your answer to tl"MJ. *td
for Divorce on the | M u -er *
and to file the '' ^"' ,'"the C^
office of the Clerk < aafi
Court on or be foi -e Ije j oM
March. A.D. 1950, "{JfJ,, her<
of Complaint for I '*orake a.
filed herein, will be
fessed by you.
Dated at Miatn
Florid*-
Uatea ni -....... ,0-n w,
21 day of February ^gfagtit
E. B. ,.irPut u
Clerk of the ({Sorl4v
Dade County,
(Circuit Court gjal) f Ml
p> DeputyL'
Name and AddreM ol
Mil'TVc?AS "KiilKDMAN, A
Bm fSyboW Bulldlns. 1
Miami. Florida.
I/S4J/8.KW1


*gpAY, MARCH 10. 1950
jlan-li Jfanid
Rod Cross Month
ltfavors of Miami, Miami Beach,
rnral' Gables and Hialeah have
V?' d jn proclaiming the month
if "larch. 1950. Red Cross Month.
M. v William M. Wolfarth of
Miami, m his proclamation stated
that "The American Red Cross
has taken its place in the hearts of
our countrymen .' because of
"Red Cross services in disaster,
in aiding service men and their
families, veterans and their de-
Mndents, in promoting health
and safety through its first aid.
nUr mimv other volunteer services."
Mayor Harold Turk of Miami
Beach said, "We are continuously
he emergencies, and find it (Red
Cross) an ever-present help in
need ...
These >< ntiments were echoed
in the pr clamations issued by
Mavor W. Keith Phillips of Coral
'c\ ,. Mayor Henry Mi-
lander of Hialeah. Each called
upon tizens of his com-
munilj .ill within their
I the organization
toJtH nt funds to carry
onitswi services during the
ensuing
V kers are soliciting
funds I the Red Cross during
then.:': : March. The slogan
| for th campaign is "All
X I with the help of
, ; .ntv Chapter ex-
pects to n its goal of $271,084.
Young Adult I nil
Will B hirrnod
tores] repeated requests,
acoun I of representa-
II Jewish young adult
will be organized
meeting Wednesday, March
15. at 8 p.m. at the Miami Jewish
| Community Center. Invitations
have i' 'tided to all young
adult organization in the com-
| munity.
A preliminary committee has
|already met and discussed the
work of the i ouncil. As outlined
I by the 'i. the council will
(serve as radium for clearing
Iduies. ng nit campaigns for
luV of Israel and other
JWDturi nd for creating a youth
Iferum
"A GOOD NAME
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Brandeia Auxiliary To
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Annual Purim party will be
held by the Louis D. Brandeis
Auxiliary No. 199, Free Sons of
Israel at the Seacomber Hotel, on
Thursday. March 9, at 8 p.m
*** ** will be ^~S
PAGE TWENTY-ONE
mied^H^n? a 8 fa,7even: Miss Levi" To Be Hostess tea" at the home of Miss Betty
Queen Vashti. A, Membership Tea Kandel. 4555 North Jefferson
Ave., Miami Beach, on Sunday,
March 12, from 3 to 5 p.m.
The chapter is also planning to
hold its spring dance on Sunday,
March 19. at the Cadillac Hotel.
Proceeds will go toward Youth
Aliyah work.
titled "Trial of Queen Vashti.
The cast includes the Mesdames
Miriam Trau, M. Bernard Brust.
Harry Spring, Alfred Rich. Aaron
Bookspan. Louis Sacharoff. Julius
Jacoby and Ethel Barnett. The
play is under the direction of Mrs.
Miss Fanny Levitt, chairman of
the membership committee of the
Miami Business and Professional
Division of Hadassah, will be
hostess at a "paid-up membership
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Capitol Spotlight
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTON-A small but highly nauseating group of
?zechoslovaJa. is pouring munitions into Israel.
Their strategy is simple All this nstrations against England
came about after a delegation, wjth crowds shouting "Forward,
representing the American Z.on- R()mmeiv.
Even before this trend became Thg Associatcd Press reported:
apparent, Israel made applica- The train ,hat runs from ismalia
tion to buy American jet planes gnd poft Sajd js equipped with an
and weapons to offset the flow anti.aircrafl gun operated by a
of modern material to the AraDs. Briljsh anu.aircraft gunner. The
especially to Egypt- i Egyptian State Railways makes
Some critics of Israel foreign; tne' gunncr buy a ticket for each
iliev asked why Israel doesn t :
,o fight, then how efefctive would
thev really be when the combined
Arab powers failed to knock off
Israel?
There are a lot of people who
never wanted to see an inde-
pendent Jewish state. Some of
th-m are in Washington. But most
remain in the Arab states. Given
an overwhelming edge in modern
military equipment, air power,
and naval forces, they will be
tempted to try again. Weanwhile.
the Israel financial crisis is
further complicated when con-
tinuing arms expenditures are
necessitated. And the flow of
immigration is impeded._________
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policv asked why .
sign up with the Western Powers
for arms aid. But most of these
critics know about the hundreds
of thousands of Jews in Balkan
countriesparticularly Rumania
and Hungarywho want to go to
Israel but who have encountered
much trouble securing emigration
permits. And if Israel openly al-
lies itself with the West, there
might be no permits at all.
Rep. James E. Van Zandt. Re-
publican. Penn.. Rep. Lawrence
H. Smith. Republican. Wise, and
others were reported to have
urged the giving of arms by the
U. S. to Egypt to build up that
country as a "bulwark against
Communism."
Van Zandt made an hysterical
attack on an unnamed "pressure
group" which he blamed with
making a "desperate attempt" to
prevent "essential military equip-
ment being given to Egypt." He
added that "this pressure group
has hired a former secretary to
the President. Clark Clifford, to
intervene with the President and
his initial fee is reputed to be
$30,000. Doubtless he will receive
more if he is successful in block-
ing the proposal"
Raving on. Van Zandt told the
House that Egypt is threatened by
invasion from an "air-borne Red
army." Indicating a total ignor-
ance of the history of Egyptian
"participation" in World War II,
Van Zandt's closing statement
was a classic. He said. "We can-
not afford to let Egypt go by
default and I urge the President
of the United States to authorize
military assistance to this friend-
ly, freedom-loving country
Egypt."
Why should "this friendly,
freedom-loving country" fight to
repell an "airborne Red army"
when she failed to declare war on
Germany even after Nazi Marshal
Rommel's Afrika Korps invaded
Egypt, shelled her cities, and
bombed Cairc?
The Cairo newspaper, "Akhbar
el Yom," reported in February.
1942. that "there were street
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clare it an open city.
The only Egyptian statesman
who openlv insisted that it was
Egypt's dutv to declare war
against the Nazi invaders was
Ahmed Maher Pasha. He was as-
sassinated. When it was obvious
that Germany was routed, in
February. 1945, Egypt finally
went through the formality o.
declaring war in order to guaran-
tee itself a share of the spoils.
The other freedom-loving" coun-
tries. Lebanon. Saudi Arabia, and
Syria also declared war at this
brave moment.
Iraq revolted in favor of the
Nazis. Syria was a Vichy strong-
hold. Haj Amin and other Arab
leaders served the Nazis well.
What assurance is there that the
arms we might send will be used
against the air-borne Red armies
a/d not against the seaborne U. S.
army or the free-borne Israel
army?
And if the Arabs underwent
a miraculous change and decided
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RIDAY, MARCH 10, 1950
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
* Jewish Florkttnr,
PAGE TWENTY-THREE
J Norlhside Jewish Center. 6231
mil First Ct.
I, i,- *eol classes every Sunday
I Dr. Wm. Boros. 856
liM-)r^w classes under
TJ.'ii.m of Rev. I'hilip .FYled at 6701
R? 4lh Ave. on .Mondays and
bndavn from i to 6 nm.
North Bade Jewish Canter
Ervative). 13630 W. Dixie
liahway, North Miami.
K*,..v ..vrii.iu.' .-.iviccs at S:l._i con-
[v'l !> J' : !l RosenfeM. Sunday
iFirsi" Jewish Congregation of
oral Gables. 2410 Ponce de Leon
ld. (Conservative).
servlcea at 8:30.
n will officiate.
_ .......... ----------
I shal>l>at will be served by the
P and friends are
IFIagler-Granada Jewish Cen-
1 175 S.W. 45th Ave.
fcr-dav ervleea at 9 a.m.
Israelite Center (Conservative)
IsV S.W. 24th T*rr.
1 | eel vices at 6: Saturday
l I at i Dally services at 8
Worth Shore Jewish Center
jonservaiive). 916 Everglades
Incourse, Miami Beach (Aiti
[aim Congregation). Rev. Philip
Ed
riday evening services at 8:15 p.m.
i rabbi will apeak on "What Has
, M An o)ien forum
IWion ami an Oneg Bhabbat fol-
| irds morning services at
" Sunday school at 10 a.m. at
ry School.
^ngregation beth Tfllah (Or-
dox). 935 Euclid Ave., Miami
eh- Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
i>;i,i.,\ evening servlcea at 8:16 p m.
I servleea at .30.
rine the morning service Rabbi
pcationing Here
l)n a several weeks winter so-
Irn at the Delmonico Hotel are
I. and Mrs. William Heitner of
! York and Brooklyn. Popular
litors to Miami Beach, where
ly annually spend their hotel
ration with Mr. and Mrs. David
per. the Heitners are being
lertained als i by Mr. and Mrs.
|l Phillips of Paim Beach. Mr.
' Mrs. Mayer H. Frankel and
and Mrs Simon Wolff.
llr and .Mrs. Heitner will re-
in here until after Passover.
V expect to be joined at the
Imonico for Passover week by
Ifleilner's brother-in-law and
ler Mr. ;,ntl Mi's. Sol Herman.
I Df New York and Brooklyn.
I. Herman is the famous Tillie
Itner, exclusive designer for
Heitner':- women's apparel
Rackovaky will conduct the services
JWJ >,,eak OBflMf Worshippers" a?
Jd.i the .*&' wi" "Paaa o," thi j
Portion of the Week followed at
lJt-E: bZ "<*. shaiosh ItVdoa
5nl.aa1rlv- M",n,iK aervloS .ini ,', '
5 i m V"' P"** ln Mlshnah
,.30 a.m Evening services dailv at
6 p.m. followed by class In Laws in,
mm *: wel29ritCon9re9ation'
'Jock1068 Saturda>' morning at 9:00
Congregation xoung Israel (Or-
thodox). 4001 Chase Ave.. Miami
Beach,
pally service* at 8 a.m. Mlncha and
|*}*ffiV ai ? ",'" 'C Friday nlghl
at ....in. Saturday morning services ai
. a.m..during which Richard Kenneth
Son Of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bloom 7*3
gnaee Ave. will l.ecom,. Bai Mltavah
Friends and members of the congrega-
tion are Invited to attend the .,'...
monies and reception to f, ||ow. mi,u.!ir
Saturday night at 5:80 followed to
Shaloa Baudot and Maartv.
T'Ferelh Israel Congregation of
Miami (Orthodox), 4316 N.W. 7th
Avenue.
tJTrld,ay v'ninR services at 6 p.m.:
Saturday morning at 9:30 a.m AI
residents in that area are invited to
attfiiu.
Coral Gables Jewish Center
(Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop:
Cantor Joseph W. Malek; Steve
Kessler, organist. Palermo Ave.
near Le Jeune.
Friday night services at B:15. Sermon
M Ka.bbi sk.,p. ^outh Oroups Wednes-
day and Thursday at s:30. Daily
Hebrew Scho.d and Sunday religious
school at 10 a.m. Saturday morning
lotah service at 9:41 with congrega-
tional study of Sidrah selections. He-
brew readings by boys of the Hebrew
school.
Temple Israel (Reform), 137
N.E. 19th St. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan,
Rabbi Emeritus.
Friday evening services at 815
pr. Kaplan will conduct the services
and preach on "What Do You See."
.>, .>nrman A. Rosaman win recite
trie blessing over the candles, Mrs.
.Nathaniel 11. l.evin, representing the
.National Council of Jewish Women.
will address the congregation on the
occasion of Council Sabbath. Sabbath
eve reception under sisterhood spon-
sorship will follow. Mrs. Adolph
Wertheimer, house and refreshment
chairman, will l. assisted by Mrs
Harry V. Simons, hospitality chair-
man; Mrs Elry stone, co-chairman;
w's- ,.' 'r0"'" -Mendelson and Mrs.
Mas Holtsberg. hostesses for March,
Saturday morning servlcea at 1! a.m
Dr. Kaplan will speak on the Biblical
Portion of the Week. The members
the confirmation class will
participate.
Jewish Community Center
(Conservative). 2020 Polk St..
Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig;
Cantor Milton Freedman.
Early Friday services at 5:30. Late
Friday services at 8:15. Rabbi
Honig will conduct the services and
speak on "LoveThe -Main Function
of Religion.*' Saturday morning serv-
Icea at n:30. Rabbi win preach on
"Weekly Tortion of the Law." Sunday
morning the film "Tsena," will be
shown to the religions school. On
Sunday evening the Jewish War Vet-
erans Purlm Festival will be heal
Hebrew Academy. 918 6th St.,
Miami Beach.
Friday evening services at 6:00.
Saturday morning at 9 a.m. Sol L.
Susannan, principal, will deliver a ser-
mon on 'The Art of Praying. Class
in study of Mishna Saturday at 4:45
p.in Mlncha services at 5:46 followed
v Shalos Beudos, Dally Bible classes
at 5:15 p.m. Haily servlcea at 7:80
a.m. and 0:16 p.m. Sunday a! B a.m.
Temple Betn Snoiom (Liberal),
4144 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach.
Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor
Samuel Kelemer.
iWday evening services at 8:15.
RaTJbl Kronish will, speak. Sabbath
service at 10:45 a.m. Arthur Jacobson
will become Bar Mltavah. S
s,hoo| at 9:45. Hebrew school 3:15
p.m. Monday through Thursday.
Temple Isaiah (Reform), 1536
Bay Road. Miami Beach. Rabbi
Mo.-hay P. Mann.
Friday eveninff services at 8:16.
conducted by Rabid Moshay P. Mann
with Dr. Paul Peck as cantor. Bention
topic will be "CharityHow. When &
Whom Not to Giver1 in observance
of current r.J.A. Appeal to be followed
by an open forum. Free religious
sch" -1 Sunday morning at 10.
Congregation Bath El (Ortho-
dox), 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi
Murray Grauer.
Friday evening services at 6 p.m.
Friday forum at 8:15 a.m. Raidil Mur-
win"mowrSat!!rdPar:arh A 'WiOll
Congregation Beth David (Con-
RLat,leL?.ral Wav nd^26th
Road Rbbi Max Shapiro; Rev.
Maurice Mamches.
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n,v .ih. ''"' "SMFaiatlon Satur-
iw ,; i 7,:-w "' Heb.>.w s.i! be-
tween 3.30 and 6:3ft p m, dailv.
Congregation Beth Jacob (Or-
thodox). 301-311 Washington Ave..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff.
l,,ThUI''>,',.f,'eninK *Tlccs at Sab-
iMth servic, ,t v 3(, ., m <-;.,,..
.T'i' .Vi,iRf.M,irt'Si,I1"' """''.in".:,
t ,t ii Z Rubenstein. a fouiul,.,
of the Hebqsw Theological College of
Chicago. Rabbi Rubensteln s the
of R.,,Irieg'^0, Congregation Slnal
will h ea!'k.' chlt,ago. His topic
will be -Spiritual Inspiration In
i\mersha M,ncna at K roMowed
DV Shalos Seudos. Rabbi Naham
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Th,n-H3:30 ', 6:3 >><>'throu
Sunday "" am- to no,,n n
Temple Emanu-El fBaform),
1801 S. Andrews Ava., Fort Laud-
erdale. Dr. Marius Ranson. Rabbi.
Rabbi Ranson will conduct the
service at 8:18 Friday and will peak
on Knthuslasm.'' Services Saturday
morning at 11 at the Hollywood Beach
Hotel Hebrew school at the temple
featurday 9:15 a.m. Religious sehool
Sunday at 9:45.
Congregation Kneseth Israel
(Traditional), 1415 Euclid Ave.,
Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H.
Ever.
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FRIDAY, MARCH
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Sen. Pepper Now
On Speaking Tour
Senator Claude Pepper is now-
conducting a whirlwind speaking
tour through all the large cities
in Florida, following his March
2 speech in Miami Municipal
auditorium announcing his candi-
dacv for renomination to the
United States Senate.
In keeping with his Miami
pledge to "take the campaign is-
sue of special interests versus the
people directly to the people
themselves." Florida's senior sen-
ator has personally talked to
thousands of farmers, workers,
and small businessmen during his
statewide "grass roots" campaign
this week.
Pepper's March 2 speech
promised that he would fight to
help enact measures to provide
the people of Florida with added
security in old age and illness.
He warned that those interests
which "seek less and less for the
many, and more and more for
the few" will inevitably bring
about "less and less for every-
body."
The senator denounced com-
munism, and also denounced [ opening
those politicians who "are un-,
willing io do anything to abolish 11
the squalor and poverty in which
communism grows."
During a question-and-answer
period after his half-hour radio
address, which was carried on 29
Stations throughout Florida. Sena-
tor Pepper pointed out that he
has a 99'; record of voting with
the Democratic majority in Con-
gress
He declared that "the entire
country is watching this campaign
because they know that it's a
contest between a real Democrat
and those interests which think
that unemployment and low-
wages are a desirable thing."
In answer to a question from an
Allapattah housewife. Senator
Pepper insisted that "freedom
from want must be preserved
along with all our other precious
American freedoms"
He stated that during his 14
years in the U. S. Sente he has
"always fought to preserve all
our freedoms and to help build
up industry in the South to br ng
greater prosperity and sacurity to
all our people."
Harry B. Smith
Opens Law Offiee
Public Reception To
Honor Shreibman
Harry B. Smith
Harry B. Smith announces the
of his office for the
practice of law in as- ;
sociation with Irving Cypen at
420 Lincoln Road. Suite 235,:
Miami Beach
Smith recently graduated from
the University of Miami School,
of Law. magna cum laude. While
at the university, he was presi-
dent of Alpha Epsilon Pi social
fraternity; president of Nu Beta
Epsilon honorary legal fraternity;
comment editor of the University
of Miami Law Quarterly; a mem-
ber of Iron Arrow, highest
honorary leadership fraternity at
the university, and a member of
Omicron Delta Kappa, national
honorary leadership fraternity.
He was also a justice on the
appellate honor court and in 1949
served as university chairman for
the Combined Jewish Appeal.
A graduate of Miami Beach
Senior High School. Smith resides
at 3110 S.W. 21st St.
New 1IIIVW I nil
Being Formed
A new B'nai B'rith Young
Women's group, the Star Chapter.;
is being organized and will hold j
its first meeting on Wednesday.
March 15. at 8 p.m.. at the home'
of Carol Milberg. 2845 N.W. 22nd
Ave. Young women between ".he
ages of 18 and 25 are invited to!
attend.
Rosalyn Morris, president of
District No. Five BBYW will be
guest speaker. Scheduled to at-
tend the meeting are Selma
Lewis. B'nai B'rith youth director
of Greater Miami; Mrs. Lenore
Curtice and Mrs. Tena Katz. ad-
visers, from Sholem Chapter.
B'nai B'rith Women.
A program is being planned by ;
Mrs. Harold Simonoff. Further
information may be obtained by
calling Mrs. Simonoff at 82-0112
or Doris Klein at 78-2113.
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Reuven Shreibman. vice mayoi
of Jerusalem, will take place on
Monday night. March 13. at the
Miami Beach High school audi-
torium. Scheduled to appear on
the program are Major Aaron
Decter and the internationally
known soprano. Mascha Benya.
The "Salute to Israel" dinner
dedicated to the Histadrut, at
which the vice mayor will be
guest of honor, is scheduled for
Sunday, March 12, at 6 p.m. at
the Beachcomber.
Tickets for both affairs may be
secured at office of Histadrut
committee. 600 Lincoln Road;
Waldorf Towers Hotel, 860 Ocean
Dr: S. Ashkenazy Real Estate.
835 Lincoln Road, and President
Hotel, 1423 Collins Ave.
Beach Juniors To Meet.
Games Party Planned
The Miami Beach unit of Junior
Hadassah will hold a meeting
Thursday, March 9, at 7:45 p.m.
at the Vanderbilt Hotel, Beverly
Raphael has announced.
A short skit, "Hamen, the
Would-Be Killer." will be pre-
sented under the direction of
Marion Cohen, program chairman,
who will be assisted by Janice
Goldiner. Annette Melich, Helen
Feinstein. and Francine Levy. The
skit was written by Irma Lee
Wolf, national vice president of
Junior Hadassah. Natalie Samuels
will give a short report on "The
Vatican and World Politics."
Tne unit will hold a benefit
card and games party on Thurs-
day, March 16, at 8:30 p.m. at the
Commodore Room of the Vander-
bilt Hotel.
Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz is in charge
of the affair and will be assisted
by Marlene Yanouer. Naomi
Segal, Selma Gold. Beverly Rap-
hael and Annette Melich
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