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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
23 NUMBER 11
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. MARCH 17, 1950
PRICE: TEN CENTS
[903,208 Pledged In 1950 CJA ToB T, control Holy
' ... A .. City Immigration,
late, Campaign Activities Continue
Abdullah Lashes
At Arab League
l total of S903.208 has been
laid to date in the 1950 Com-
Wed Je*:-^ Appeal, according
Dan B. Ruskin, campaign
lhairman.
More than 400 volunteer work-
ers meeting in Kaplan Hall of
fcmple Israel Monday night
Jurned in 2.597 pledges totaling
67.297.
Urging workers to "continue
bur efforts until we put it over
top" Ruskin pointed out that
0903 of the SI.481.146 sought
i 'been allocated to ten local
gencies.
Principal speaker at Monday
gfat's gathering was Richard
Bgrtner, Israeli industrialist, who
brought -....-tings from "your
How Jews in Israel who are
deeply appreciative of your help
i bringing back dignity into the
lives of 100.000 displaced persons."
The meeting was dedicated to
the trades division of the cam-
Ipaign, which is headed by Aaron
IKanner and Leo Chaikin. Ruskin
pointed out that the unit has a
Iquota of $933,800. or 63 per cent
of the drive goal.
An award was presented by
IKanner to Al Sherman, co-chair-
Iman of the hardware, paints and
Ichemical division, for interview-
ing SO prospects to date.
Special recognition was also
fgiven to Hen Zion Ginsburg and
Sol Goldman, co-chairmen of the
apartment house division, for
turning in pledges of $10,060 from
75 prospects.
Reports Monday night included:
Winter residents, $1,950, making
a total of $186,886 or 64 per cent
of its quota.
Hotels, $15,590, for a total of
121.067. 37 per cent of its total.
Women's, $18,300, for total of
$60,951, 51 per cent.
Metropolitan, $13,984, for total
of $30,543, 40 per cent.
Trades. $35,465, for total of
$501,348, 55 per cent.
Next meeting of the group will
be held Thursday, March 16, at
8 p.m. at Kaplan Hall. The meet-
ing will be dedicated to the met-
ropolitan unit and two outstand-
ing workers will receive special
awards.
The report meeting scheduled
for Monday, March 20, at 8 p.m. at
the same place will honor the
hotel, v/inter resident and wom-
en's units.
All campaign workers will be
honored at the victory breakfast
to be held at Reid's Restaurant on
Sunday, March 26, at 10 a.m.
PRESIDENTIAL BRUNCH
Fourth in a series of functions,
given by the women's division of
the appeal, will take place at 11
a.m. on Monday, March 20, at
A total of $6,375 was pledged by
those present. This sum repre-
sents a 95 per cent increase over
contributions made by the same
group last year.
Aaron Kanner described the
local needs to the group and urged
those present to solicit the aid of
other members of the industry.
HOTEL HONOR ROLL
A special hotel unit roll of
honor is being prepared, accord-
ing to an announcement by
Joseph M. Rose. Harry Sirkin and
Joseph Gardner, co-chairmen.
Substantial contributions from
members of the hotel industry
will be listed, he said.
Plans are being made for a lawn
party to be held at the home of
Mrs. Bess Nelson on Saturday
night. March 25.
TEL AVIV. (JTAi King Ab-
dullah of Transjordan this week
lashed out in open defiance of
, the Arab League for hampering
GENEVA. (JTA)The U. N. his negotiations with Israel which
Council Agrees
Trusteeship Council, which is
currently considering a draft
Statute for an international
regime in Jerusalem, agreed this
week that immigration into the
city shall be placed under the j
control of the U. N. governor. The I
governor would receive his in-
traction* from the council which
would take into consideration the
absorptive capacity of the city
and the equality of religious com-
munities when it sets quotas.
It was also decided that Arabic
and Hebrew would be the official
working languages of the ad-
ministration. In the event that
another becomes necessary the
authorities are authorized to use
one of several other posible lan-
guages as an official tongue.
may lead to the resumption of a
normal life for Arabs affected by
the war.
Reminding the Arab League of
its promise two years ago "to
massacre all the Jews of Pales-
tine." the Transjordan radio
sarcastically pointed out today
that not only was the Arab
League unable to carry out this
"promise." but that in fact, the
league was unable to prevent the
emergence of the State of Israel.
"The Arab League has done
nothing but bring misery to the
Arabs." the Transjordan radio,
which is controlled by King
Abdullah, said. "The only future
of the Arabs lies in the achieve-
ment of a final settlement of the
Palestine problem." it emphasized.
Beach Center School Building
Dedication Slated For Sunday
[Transjordan Calls For
Armistice Revision
More than 2000 persons are I gram of adult education which
expected to attend the formal recently received top recognition
opening and Chanukas Habayis in the ninth annual report for the
of the new Religious School | National Academy for Adult
am. on monuay, i i -, ijBuilding of the Miami Beach Jewish Studies,
the Delano Hotel, accrmrmg. ttrarr' j.wjsh Center at 17th St. and I "In addition," the rabbi con-
Sylvia James Ave. on Sunday, March 19, | tinued, "the building will permit
at 3:30 p.m. the expansion of extra-curricular
t tu ,, ,.,oo activities for children from nurs-
Announcement of the event was ; through teen-age Arts
. (JTA)-The Trans- i by the Women's Division to honor ; made by Harry Sirkin President | crafts classes athietic g s
nment. through its j the presidents of all the Jewish | of the congregalion. in conjunc- Boy Scouts and Cubs will all mee,
in Ramallah, in the i women's organizations in the city tion with David Isen and I. R. structure.
for their work in behalf of the! Goodman, co-chairman of the re-
drive I ligious schools, and Mrs. Harry-
Barbara Lawrence, who spoke; Rogers, president of the sister-
here last year, is making a special j hood, which undertook tte con-
trip to Miami to address the
i Chertkof, chairman.
Known as "Presidential
Brunch." the affair is being given
TEL AVIV
I Jordan
radio si
Arab triangle area, declared this
week th;.t the "best course, open
I to the Transjordan government is
to mak [uate arrangements
I with Israel, through revision of
armistice (.uses, which will per-
mit a settlement satisfactory to
both sidi -
gathering.
Every Jewish women's organ-
ization is participating to m
struction of the building.
The modern two-story structure
"The congregation is grateful to
Raymond Rubin, chairman of the
school construction committee,
without whose untiring efforts
and personal supervision, this
building would not have been
an- win be open for inspection all day possjble." the rabbi added,
ake Sunday. Besides housing 12 class- Rabbi Lehrman will deliv.
er the
Mrs.' Chertkof disclosed. Chair-
man of the women's division is
Mrs. Carl Weinkle. Vice chairmen
of the event are Mesdames Aaron
Farr, Alexander Kogan, Sidney
Lefcourt. I. E. Harris, Max Berg-
Rose and Isaac
it contains a nursery, kinder- y. Goldring and the center choir
garten facilities, a first aid room. win chant the dedicatory prayers
a play room, an apartment and anj offer vocal selections,
an assembly hail which will seat; Mayor Harold Turk will bring
300. | greetings. Speaking on behalf of
The building will serve the 400 the student body will be Leon
children who are now enrolled Firtel of the kindergarten and
The Ramallah broadcast, moni-ithe brunch an_ outstanding affair, rooms, covering WW^squai^eJeet dedication address. Cantor Jacob
I tored here, said that "such ar-
range:: ust not be inter-
peace treaty." The
: that the "two main
proble: ing Transjoradn to-
day an- the settlement of the
refuge estion and safeguarding i man, Joseph
(the count. '.- j lengthy frontiers." Kaplan.
"Anybody who imagines that, BUILDING TRADES
these two paramount issues can1 Richard Gartner was chief
be settled ;,y to ice of arms is very .speaker at a dinner meeting of
far froi ealities of the sit- the building trades division at the
nation." ;rn broadcast concluded. Shelborne Hotel Tuesday night.
Music Festivals Set For Saturday,
Sunday, To Feature Array Of Talent
A noth Jewish musical
held at the Miam
!l sh Center on Saturday
at 3:15 p.m.. under the
- : the Jewish Music
Council Greater Miami. The
ch will climax Jew-
on Music Month, is open to the
W I mission is free.
ired in the program
by Dr. Beck.
Other composers whose music
will be played and sung include
Bialik. Altman. HaLevy. Low.
Vv'einpr, SniDolitzky. Wilonsky,
We inberg. Bloch. Wolberg, Yomen
and Chajes.
Arrangements are in the hands
of Ben Yomen. Margaret Ben
Yomen and Louis Schwartzman
ar(' Mai i ; Chiland, tenor: Flor- executive director of the Bureau
*Kut2 n. pianist; Ruth Brot-lof Jewish Education.
^n- sopi no; Bernard Freedman. I On Sunday. March 19, at 3 p.m.
WHtone; Cantor Maurice Mam- l the Jewish youth music festival.
Ches, Joseph Schreibman, pianist: "Par.-.de of the Jewish Holidays
f- Paul Beck, tenor: Evelyn; in Song." will be presented at
prano; Anvuta MeliTemple Beth Sholom.
?" anist; Pierre Mande. i
Jwunist; Cantor Louis Feder:'.
Ben Yomen. pianist:
*mi Beach Jewish Center
ok ": Greater Miami Jewish Folk
Uiorus.
First performances on the pro-
an^l,^11 be "Chabad Nigun"
j"?, Ah F'eilechs." the works of
Km, ""' to be Plaved by Miss
Sh:^Hefe.w Fantasy" by
uscph Schreibman to be played
Cha'"^ t?mPoser; "Ahm Yisrael
Singing.
by Manna Zucca, to be sung
dancing, films and
special slides have been blended
into a narration depicting the
major Jewish holidays of the
year. Slated to appear in the pro-
duction are the Beach Y Tots
Miami Beach Jewish Center
Junior Choir. Beth El Choir Shir-
ley Uzdansky. Tsvi Goldberg.
Norman Danzis Diana Danzis.
Beth Sholom Juniors. Hebrew
Academy Choir, Eleanor Werner.
Sowar/ Segal. Beth Sholom
Teen-Agers, Beach Y Juniors.
in the center's religious schools,
Kabbi Irving Lehrman. spiritual
leader of the congregation, said.
It will also serve as a meeting
place for the comprehensive pro-
Martha Becker of the high school
of Jewish studies. Also scheduled
to speak are Sirkin. Isen. Good-
(Continue'd on Page 4)
Rabbi Irving Lehrman
Brandeis University To Construct 50 New Buildings In Next 10 Years
Above is the architect's sketch showing how Brandeis University will look upon completion of
the ten-year expansion program.


*Je*i$t fhridliair
Mil Say...
la tiio Magen David il-." emblem of Judaism? Not
according to Gershwin Si h ilem, n ited scholar "f the
Hebri w univ< rsity. This authority on mysticism does
not know how or when ;t entered Jewish symbolism
Yet today, the Six Pointed St;.:- occupies the center
in the flag of Israel.
The Menorah
In ancient times, the Menorah was the Jewish
ns gnia I n i tl seven branched candlestick
inscribed on wails in the subterrannean Jewish bu
vaults in Rome, known as catacombs. It is quite
fit) ng for this candelabrum to be the symbol
Judaism. Designed by M ises, it stood in the Temple
near the Holy of Holies, which enclosed the Ark and
its Winged Cherubim. It is drenched in religious
emotions, in sacred memories, in ethical-historical
associations. But the double triangle has no such
background. Mentioned neither in the Torah. the
Talmud, the Zohar. nor in Jewish literature pri
to the 19th century, it is surprising that the Six
Pointed Star should have usurped the legitimate
place occupied by the Menorah.
Obscure Origins
It may sound strange, but the origin of many
hallowed customs, usages, or cults are unknown F
example, there is nothing in the Old Testament about
the elaborate cult of Kashruth. How it arose we can
only surmise. Other religions have similar experi-
ences. According to H. G. Wells, the cross, m its
various forms, was a sacred symbol long before the
birth of Christianity. The same is true of the
Christmas tree, the Easter festival, and many other
celebrations taken over by the church.
.4 Magical Talisman
The Six Pointed Star is sometimes found on ancient
>h tombstones. In the 3rd centurv Svnagogue
ntly unearthed at Sapernaum in Galilee, this
ation along with swastikas and
igns. During the middle iges,
fear of demons in the < :::.n.
the Mosl [hi Jew ish world. This star
JTUDAY^MARCH 17
The Six Pointed Star Of David
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
was then used as a Cabalistic charm to ward off evil
spirits. When the Cabala I k on magical mumbo-
bo as a side line, the Six Pointed Star became
the Seal of Solomon. We must remember that in the
16th century, the study of Cabala, as a philosophy
or magic, became popular among Christians. From
then on the six triangles star was designated as the
Shield of David. When printing came into use. the
rose to set this star on the front page
colophon with other artistic embellishments.
Ensign of Redemption
In the 17th centurv. pent up Jewish emotions found
an outlet in a great Messianic upsurge. This Zionist
debacle, led by the false Sabbatai Zevi. appears tj
have found in the Magen David the symbol of the
Messiah. But the political phase of this fantastic
agitation degenerated into a superstitious mysticism.
which expressed itself in Cabalistic clap-trap. There-
after the Shield of David was inscribed in amulets.
- Hebrew Kamayes used widely by Jews and
Christians to protect newly born children from
demons, as well as to guard against the evil eye and
other portents of disaster.
Prague
Back in feudal times, the Jewish community in
Prague had a flag embodving the Magen David for
the welcoming ceremonies of a newly elected em-
peror. Other communities in Moravia and Bohemia
likewise adopted this coat of arms. Its use gradually
filtered into Germany and East Europe as the
communal seal on official documents. By the 18th
century, this star was placed on the satin curtain
covering the Holy Ark in Synagogues. It was also
woven with golden thread upon the velvet mantels
that encased the Torah parchments.
On Synagogues
With the emanicipation, the intelligentsia felt that
led some distinguishing mark. Just as
the cross designated a church there should be some
emblem to identify the Svnagogue \\\ ovo -
the custom spread to place the Sh'eld ,fn ^
the outside of Synagogue buildings Travti d *!
world over could immediately M-coen l*
institution by the sign of the doubk- trian 1 "*
The Zionist Flag
the first Zionist convention in 1897 -ho f
that a nation must rallv under iu ,. ud(lr
At
They could find nothing more appropn ,K nH
Magen David. By this time it had become a .n M
Jewish ensign, yet without the religious siani'Versal
attached to the Menorah in olden times in ,L H
flag, they placed the blue Six Point Star in th." H
field between two parallel bars. Again th v^'H
David became the symbol of Redemption t^8*
mark of Zion. lne Mm
The Nazi Badge of Shame
Anti-Semites now pounced upon the Maeen rw
as the sinister labarum of Judaism. In onna^
they resurrected the pre-historic swastiK !N
oriflamme of Aryan herrenfolk. Nazis "forrw* i. '
ield of David as a chevron SVJ?*
to wear the Shield
a badge of shame. Like the cross to Christian
Six Point Star became the escutcheon of
as a chevron of dishono,
of torment, of degradation. Millions
suffering,
y* ,, vi wwmuau. minions awaited rliv
in torture camps and gas chambers identifier) Zi\
by the Shield of David. "entitled onl, |
Flag of Israel
The founders of the Jewish State retained hJ
Z.on flag with the Magen David in its centering
Israel was admitted into the United Nation* t2
Foreign Minister. Moshe Sharett. declared at a '
ceremony these words: "This Star of David whX I
we carried with us in the thousands of years of .
of dispersion, of martyrdom This Star of S
which has been a rallying point for the forces of ih.
Jewish people struggling to achieve liberation in
ancestral home This Star of David has now dm
raised proudly as the 59th flag in the great cS I
symbolizing the aspirations and unitv of mankind"
Girls* laroup To
Seal Officers
: B"n : B1 itl
l th(
Restat
16. al
.:.
will be conducted by Mrs.
Katz Advisi :. will
be Doris Brown and Doris Klein
Incoming officers will be L 11 -
Albert, president: Carolyn
Feldman, vice president: Wilma
Sr.jlman. recording secretary:
Myra Fc-it. corresponding secre-
tary; Myra Hass. chaplain: and
Barbara Fast, reporter. Past pres-
ide.-.: is Barbara Rosen
Tropical Lodge Launches
Membership Campaign
A mi ;n has
. been launched by Tropical Lodge.
B'nai B'rith, for th ntl
h and April, it ha- in-
nounced by Sam Kessler, |
dent.
Under thi tin tion f L mard
Uhr, financial secretary and
William Herzbrun. membership
chairman, the committee will con-
tact young men over 21 who are
interested in serving B"nai B'rith.
Plans for future programs in-
clude: hay ride, sports party to
witness the Globe-Trotters "pro-
fessional basketball team, a spring
dance, and a theatre performance
of 'The Mikado." the Hillel bene-
fit production.
FOR PASSOVER PLEASURE
and
Good Nourishment!
BREAKSTONE'S
FARMKR CHEESE
CREAM CHEESE
COTTAGE CHEESE
SOI R CREAM
SWEET HITTER
WHIPPED BITTER
KOSHER FOR PASSOVER
nosb thd
And Ail Year Round
CERTIFIED BY RABBI LIBER COHEN
OF NEW YORK
Be sure that die name
Auxiliarv Will
Sponsor Danco
Mrs. Jennie Grossinger will be
: rd annual dance
(f the Miami Ladies Auxiliary,
Jewish Home for the Age I, n
Sunday. Marc it 19. at the
Gi ssingpr Pancoast Hotel. Pro-
ceeds win oe used tor the building
fund.
Mrs. Grossinger has arranged
for a full evening's entertainment,
including dancing, a floor show
and refreshments.
Participants in the show will
be Emil Cohen, master of cere-
monies: Leon Kramer, singer and
comedian: Charles Yulish. pan-
tomimist. and Murray Phillips,
folk singer.
Mrs. Isadore Cohen is chairman
of the building fund. Assisting
her with the affair are Mrs. Jack
Krohn. Mrs. Maxim Hersey. and
Mrs. Harry Einhorn.
Tickets may be purchased at
the door or from Mrs. Jack
Krohn. 2431 Swanson Ave., phone
48-6605.
appears on every product
MIAMI OFFICE
1713 N. W. 7th Avenue
Phone 82-4731
<>ahlvs Center
P! ;ms Seel or k
Rabbi Morris A. Skop will con-
duct the first annual congrega-
tional Seder of the Coral Gables
Jewish Center on Sunday, April
2. at 6:30 p.m.
Mrs. Morris Corenblum is in
charge of the special Pesach menu
and arrangements. Reservations
may be made by calling the
synagogue office or Mrs. Sam
Silver.
The children's model Seder will
be held on Sunday. March 26, at
10 a.m. with Mrs. Mollie Bargteil.
principal of the Sunday school,
and Mrs. Edgar Millei in charge.
Rabbi Skop. Cantor Joseph W.
Malek and Steve Kessler, organ-
ist, will participate with children
of the daily Hebrew sch
voking the Kiddush and Mall
Nishtanah.
COLORED MAIDS
GOOD DAY WORKERS $5.00
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Wholesale and Retail
Rough or Pulverized
Grade A. Soil
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Phone 4-0335
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Attention to every detail of Jewish religious
requirements in an atmosphere of beauty
and peace distinguishes our service to tht
Jewish family.
Our two complete funeral chapels are up-to-
the-minute in every detail of their equip-
mentbeautifully furnished and decorated
throughout.
TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS
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West Flagler & 20th Ave 1236 Washington Ave
Phone
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PAGE THREE
[SriberToBe
emple Israel Guest
William Howard Fine-
regal
lelph
Harvey Miller To
Become Bar Mitzvah
*' KwUieth Israel, Phila-
pgatw" ver the pulpit
**. Friday at 8:15.
studied at the
nnatl and was
hv.e,!fa? the Hebrew Union
[_liinpc. l.ij u;<.
.'"flj. held his
i/rfe
tollege /. | ;n Davenport
tP9,s' i there for 11
PVT Children of Israel,
[ He officiated
empn- g24 when he became
Krfl -.congregation.
[ .calleatoCon-
Cegatior j
here un
timed upon him by Temple
BE 'jeIPhia;
Dr Fineshriber has played an
ISl Mrt in the civic and com-
fc3Bte I'he state and city,
K among other positions
[*n;.n.vP : -he Pennsylvania
BtaS ird for the Na-
iffiRecovery Administration
$933-34) He has served as arbi-
L for many of the ead.ng in-
ftustries ol Pennsylvania. In
REhe wai .warded a medal
by the governor for his services
lo the state. __________
^oureff Unveiling
The dt,: :. if a monument
wo the memory of '-he late Sonia
Goureff formerly of 747 Michigan
Ave Miami Beach, will take
place Sunday at 2 p.m. at Mt.
J-jnal ( with Rabbi Mur-
tav o ifficiating. Mrs.
Kourefi survived by one son,
one daughtei and a grandchild.
arrangements are in charge of
Palme-.-'.- Miami Monument Co.
lFriends and relatives are asked
[to be prest rl
I Mendelsohn Unveiling
Harvey Miller
The (!.. .ration of a monument
to the n : y of the late Isidore
Mendel.-' nn will take place Sun-
Idav at 2 m at Mt. Nebo Ceme-
Ita'y. Mi Mendelsohn is survived
IWruiv. Jessie, and a daughter
Mrs. Ifetta Rubin. Arrangements
areinc. ge of Thurmond Monu-
Inen: C Friends and relatives
are ask-., i attend.
Harvey Miller, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Meyer Miller and grandson
of Mrs. Sadie Diamond and Julius
j Miller, of this city will become
i Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, March
18, .at Temple Israel.
Harvey is a student of Shenan-
doah Junior High School, vice
president of the Speech Club, and
a member of the Elks Club Boy
Scout Troop.
Out-of-town guests attending
will be Mrs. F. Bell and Miss G.
Bell of New York and the Misses
Horwitz, Rosen, Folus and Mr.
and Mrs. W. Kellner of Baltimore,
Md.
Newman Heads
Beach Lodge
Godfrey K. Newman, Miami
Beach attorney, has been elected
president of Miami Beach B'nai
B'rith Lodge. He succeeds David
R. Isen.
A graduate of the University
of Miami Law School. Newman
has practiced law in Miami Beach
since 1938. He has been a resident
of Miami Beach for the past 17
years, and served in the last war
as a naval lieutenant. He is a
member of the Miami Beach Elks
Lrdge. the Hibiscus Lodge.
Masonic Order and is the treas-
urer of the Miami Beach Bar
Association
Newman attracted county wide
attention during the past year as
the program director for the Mi-
ami Beach B'nai B'rith Lodge.
He will maintain lodge offices
at 420 Lincoln Road during the
coming year.
Other officers elected to serve
with Newman were vice presi-
dents. George J. Talianoff. Jules
P. Channing, Jack Gold and
Samuel Shapiro: recording secre-
tary, Saul Genet; treasurer, Irving
Schatzman; financial secretary,
Barnett Beckerman; monitor,
David R. Isen: assistant monitor,
Herbert L. Markow; warden. Max
Lieber; guardian, Sol Goldstrom;
trustees, Harry Zuckernick. Sieg-
freid Geismar, Paul Seiderman,
Jack A. Abbott. Walter C. Kovner,
Harold Turk, Jack August, George
J. Bertman and Arthur D. Frish-
man.
Boston Club To Hold
Installation Dance
The Greater Miami Boston Club
has scheduled a dinner dance and
installation of officers for Wed-
nesday evening, March 22, at the
Cadillac Hotel. The affair is open
to all Bostonians now residing or
visiting in the area and reserva-
tions mav be made by calling
Mrs Edna Babich at 58-74..
Solomon Named
Normandy Isle Businessman
I Leo So!; m was recently named
[as an":> : the city's person-
nel board replacing Attorney
I David ('. an who resigned two
I weeks .
Package Party
To Aid School
The Sisterhood of the Miami
Hebrew School and Congregation
will hold its annual package party
on Sunday, March 19, at 7:30 p.m.
at the school building, according
to Mrs. Herbert Feldan, chairman.
Proceeds will go toward the
equipment of the school.
Next meeting of the sisterhood
will be held on Tuesday, March
21, at 1:30 p.m., Mrs. Joseph
Schwadron, president, has an-
nounced. Election of officers will
take place. __________
The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH
The Only Community-Wide Kashrulh Association. Partici-
pating Agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, in-
forms the public that: .
1. Meat Markets without the sign of the GMVH n 1D.1
dis| yed are neither supervised nor endorsed by the Vaad,
2. Chickens without the ring of the GMVH fl IDJ
ither supervised nor endorsed by the Vaad:
3. Hotels and Restaurants may buy kosher meats and yet not
be Kosher; ,
4. Stat. ments such as "Traditional S'dorim Conducted do
erify that the place is kosher; ,
5. Chickens with the GMVH ring n 1 B 3 are endorsed only
whi a they are freshly killed and not when they are
6. Don't buy any PRODUCTS FOR PASSOVER unless you
consult an authentic, orthodox Rabbi as to the veracity ot
tl Rabbi who endorses the product. .
For other information about Kashruth call our Director. MMM
Josepr F. Rackovsky. 818 Michigan Avenue. TtlWhWMS-SW.
HARRY SIRKIN. Pres. V'XSSF^S
A. M. BEAR. Vice Pres. S. LOBEL^Treas.
Gables Zionists
To Hold Party
Coral Gables Zionist District
v/ill sponsor a card party at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Simon, 1927 N.W. 3rd St.. on Sun-
day, March 19, at 8 p.m.
Working on plans for the event,
in addition to Mr. and Mrs. Simon,
are Mrs. Meyer Fine and Mrs. N.
Weidberg.
Proceeds from the affair are
earmarked for the work of the
district.
Mrs. Conrshoii Is
Party Hostess
Mrs. Aaron Courshon will be
hostess at a games party for the'
Hannah Senesch Group of Ha-
dassah on Tuesday, March 21, at |
1:30 p.m. at the Breakwater Hotel.
Assisting the hostess will be
the Mesdames Nathan Kaplan, i
Irving Frumkes, Max Weitz,
Samuel T. Sapiro, Louis L. Gold- |
man, Morris Alpert, Irwin Wein-
Beth David Plans Seder I
The annual Congregational Beth
David Seder will take place at j
the new synagogue on Saturday,
April 1, at 7:30 p.m. A catered
banquet and traditional service ;
will be held with Rabbi Max;
Shapiro and Cantor Maurice
Mamches officiating.
Reservations may be made by
phoning 9,-3469 or 9-3460._____
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FRIDAY, MARCH
EDITORIAL

V
I

ti'nai flVtih's Next President
Next weekend the Supreme Grand Lodge of
B'nai B'rith will hold its triennial convention in
Washington, D. C. One of the very important
matters before this convention is the election of
a president to succeed Frank Goldman who has
occupied the presidency since the death of Henry
Monsky three years ago.
Although Goldman may be a candidate to
succeed himself, it is hoped that B'nai B'rith may
be able to find someone who will inspire and lead
that great organization in the brilliant fashion and
tradition of Mr. Monsky. This is far from an easy
task.
As the National Jewish Post recently observed,
"B'nai B'rith is at a cross roads with a tremendous
decision before it. Only a few years ago, B'nai
E'rith was the most powerful Jewish organization
in. the American Jewish community. Today, no
one mentions B'nai B'rithfrom a national stand-
pointin the same breath with the American
Jewish Committee or the American Jewish
Congress."
"We agree with the Post that B'nai B'rith can
have a bright future and perhaps regain its former
position "if vigorous new leadership can be
brought in to hoist the lodge out of its doldrums."
Isn't there someone within the large member-
ship of B'nai B'rithperhaps a comparatively
young man -who can furnish the kind of inspiring
and dynamic leadership that the late Henry
Monsky offered? B'nai B'rith is too important an
organization to settle for anything less.Excerpt
Philadelphia Jewish Times.
'e
LADY IN DANGER
Mfenerves Credit
There have been many times in the past
we had the painful occasion to react to t
of discrimination in and by American r J*
We are glad to record that although we mS*
again dealing with an American colleoe a
picture is quite a different one. "
This is the story of a higher institution of 1~*. I
ing-West Virginia Wesleyan College-^ o2
of Jewish students. Wesleyan College, acccmiw-
to Dean A. A. Schoolcraft, had always welcomJ
Jewish students. But for some reason or other th
college never had more than five or six such
students in residence at any one time Th
situation seemed to trouble Dean Schoolcrctft
particularly in view of the fact that large numbers
of Jewish students find it difficult, if not impossible
to gain admission to colleges. And so Wesleyan'.
dean penned a letter to the B'nai B'rith Ann-
Defamation League requesting to place him i
touch with an agency through which interested
Jewish students could be contacted.
Interestingly enough, Dean Schoolcraft pointed
out that the institution he heads this year admitted
for the first time in history, Negro students as
candidates for degrees. This was quite a cour-
ageous step for a college south of the Mason and
Dixie line. By breaking the color line and by
extending a hand to Jewish students Wesleyan
College, which is owned and operated by the
West Virginia Conference of the Methodist
Church, has merited the plaudits of all decent
Americans.
Nelson I'iiiiiv To
Sin >l;ir< Ii 27
When Nelson Eddy appears
under the auspices of the Uni-
versity of Miami in a song recital
at Miami Edison High School on
Monday evening. March 27. at
8:30. he wil have the assistance
of Theodore Paxson. pianist.
Paxson will play a Chopin group,
in addition to accompanying
Eddy.
Beach Center To
Dedicate Building
(Continued from Page 1)
man and Mrs. Rogers.
The center's children's choir,
which is under the direction of
Ben Yomen. will perform. Mem-
bers are Paul Weiss. Sondra Levy,
Eddy made his debut in profes- E1eanor Rubin. Rita Klonsky,
..-- .1 nr^n^ ,.*>...... i (..> i __I___ Harriot T oni. C <.V l... *"".. n__

**#
sional grand opera in 1924. when
he sang the part of Tonio in
P it the Metropolitan
1 i House, with the Philadel-
A-ic Oper.-. C impany.
All x n Ii Si ns tl i
itor of the P..
1 ''. recognized Eddv's
'- and gave him
ng. Eddy grew in
; ilarity, year after yi
iety of roll
Since then ,de annual
' throughout the
country. He has appeared with
many of the I .r< r*< ymphony
]i i list I Co-
1 ia phonograph recordings is
very popular.
During the war. he and Paxson
Harriet Levy, Sabina Gross, Bar-
bara Turoff. Ruth Weinstein.
Donald Vinnik, Natalie Levine,
Harvey Kalman. Harvey Thal-
blum. Frank Weiss. Alan Wolfe.
Joan Siegel. Stuart Rubin. Max
Spiegelman. Martin Hoffman and
David Leon.
Abraham Goodman is chairman
of the dedication ceremonies and
: Fred Berkovitz is director of ed-
1 ucation and youth activities. The
| building was erected bv Star Con-
struction Companv.
100 Receive Semicha
NEW YORK. (JTA)-One hun-
dred rabbis from 19 states in the
Lnited States and Canada, grad-
i uates of Yeshiva l'mver'.
went as a uso unit and Rabbj Isaac Elch'and g >
for men m uniform in Seminary, this week: received
B^I.g'ious
SCHOOL
Brazil, on Ascension
; igh the heart I
Arabia and Persia
Island,
Africa.
their -Semicha" (ordination). ;,
a convocation attended bv 2 000
persons. Dr. Samuel Belkirl. pres-
ident of Yeshiva University, pre-
sided at the ceremony. The
exercises, the 13th in the hisory
of the seminary, also marked the
53rd anniversary of the founding
the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan
Prof. Malanos To Speak
At Center Forum
Professor George Malanos wili
fit&ffS *%&& LaC The I-c Elchanan
Party Elections" to be held atthe e'g,c,al Seminary, which was
Miami Jewish Communitv Center I CrPOrated March 20' 1897-
Monday. March 20,
at 8:15
p- "j Muriel Hirsch Is ^j
.waianos is an expert on ceo- Worl TV U,___rn i **J
nomic theory. A graduate in law' ,. l Huao_ Plck
from the University of Athens, he
has h]s doctorate from Harvard
University.
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FRIDAY. MARCH 17. 1950
j% ADAR 28, 5710
Mayor Harold* Turk read the
service which united in marriage
Muriel Hirsch. Miami Beach real
e;tate woman and Hugo Pick on
Saturday at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Pick, 4609 Pine Tree
Drive, Miami Beach.
Following a brief honeymoon
the newlyweds will reside in Mi-
ami Beach part of the year and
travel during the remainder.
Seaboard RR
To Cut Rate
Reduced roundtrip railroad
fares to attract summer tourists
to Florida will be offered be-
ginning May 1, Wesley .J. Ficht
general passenger agent here for
beaboard Airline Railway an-
nounced. Both coach and unre-
stricted fares between Washing-
ton and Miami will be cut about
a per cent under present fares.
the special tourist rate, Ficht
said, will be offered daily after
May 7 through Nov. 15.
Don't be content to criticize
governmental faults. Correct them
with your ballot. Register now
and vote Hay "2.
The new Miami Beach Jewish Center Religious School Building.
Balkin To Speak
In Daytona Beach
Gilbert J. Balkin, director,
JMorida regional office, Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
f"th, will address Marvin Roth
Lodge, B'nai B'rith, in Daytona
Beach on Monday, March 20.
Balkin will describe current
trends in anti-Semitism and
bigotry, and wil discuss the lea-
gue s forthcoming book "A Meas-
ure of Freedom."
Following the talk, Balkin will
visit Jacksonville and confer with
community leaders there.
Seeks Board Post
Richard L. Bowes, a county
school maintenance electrician
announced his candidacy Mondav
Board CUnty Sch0I
He will run in District 1, now
represented by Harley Collins
who is a candidate for re-elecuon'
Born in Illinois, Bowes came
to Miami 26 years ago
.. The candidate is a member of
the International Brotherhood of
Electrical Workers, Moose and
Junior Order of United American
Academy Students To
Present Art Exhibit
Students of the Hebrew Aca-
demy will present their first art
exhibit during the week of March
20-25 as part of the orientation
prram >n the fields of art, music
and the drama, it was anonunced
by Principal Sol Sugarman.
One of the first of its kind in
this community, the show is al-
ready attracting the attention of
educational leaders in the Greater
Miami area.
M?0eKtr,icf. Rich and Renah
Mescheloff, senior students of the
school, ages 11 and 12 respective-
li' ^t^'sP^ying their work in
the lobby of the academy.
Special Meeting Called
A special meeting of the Great-
er Miami Mizrachi Organization
m wbee? called for Monday,
K1 K0, 5LlAm- at K"eseth
Israel by Rabbi Isaac H. Ever
president. r'
Purpose of the meeting, accord-
ing to Rabbi Ever .is to f0 r muTale
& tLMa rec*Ption ^r a leader
i? J&JSRWI movement wbjb
Bliss Will Speak
Jonathan, Bliss, manager of the
Florida State Employment office,
will address the members 0
Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, at
their luncheon club meeting on
Friday, March 17, at 12:15 p.m. at
the Miamian Restaurant. 141 *
Flagler St. Bliss will speak on
"An Optimistic Labor Market in
South Florida."
Softball Tryouts Slated
The Miami Jewish Community
Center ushers in the spring season
Sunday, March 19, at 10 a.m.,
with the first call for varsity
Softball tryouts.
Softball groups in all other age
categories, beginning at nine anu
running through 17, are being
formed for members weekday
afternoons at the center. W"
"group competition and in"*
murals are planned.
Group Changes Name
The Hatikvah Club of W
Judaea has changed its name
Hatikvah Macabees. Maxine *w
er was awarded a P1 ize
suggesting the new name.


+Jen>ist> fhridiar
PAGE FIVE
iKIeiii Xanies
nriv< Aides
Police Doc" Kle.n. chairman
HS- Miami Beach division in
I0' loRa Cross Fund cam-
Kn ha tffheve been appointed in al-
\m', oil d:\-isicns on Miami
most d"
iBeach-
ntrn; n..:ned in the business
I C.3ff vV Carl Weinkle. Carl
fcX. Edward Cowan, Larry
iGa dnei. w Lehman, Jules
fe^Benjamin Kempler and
lGlle" Jhvartz Edward Bedford
1S cornel Bivkind, in charge of
vSrSl' be assisted by Milton
hotels. Cohen, Meyer
Wan Abraham Halpern,
SS Jacobs. Martin Moldoff,
Suel Kaplan and Ben Novak.
Office buildings will be covered
bv s Evelyn Wilde. Mrs. E.D.
K Joseph Epstein, James H.
Son Leonard H. Glasser Her-
- Gravson, Alfred A. Lesser,
C.on Bloebl and M. L. Wood-
Kvd Boyar is the vice
Sin*, in charge of this sec-
tion.
The residential division, headed
hv Mrs Muriel Hirsch, is re-
SMnsible for the largest portion
of the Beach quota. Her vice
chairmen include Mrs. Israe
SSTMrs. Lily M Klein and
Mrs Sara Holland, in South
RM-h' Mrs. Fiances Joseph in
UddkBi h .Mrs. E. L. St. Clair
jnSurfside: Mrs. W. J. Roberts
,or guns nds 3 and 4: Leo
Solon',-n : Normandy Isle; C.
F Ke-del. Palm and Hibiscus
Hands: Arnold Levy. Star Island;
Major E Igai G. Cooper. Venetian
Islands, and Mrs. F. B. Adae, Belle
Isle. ___________________
Zionist Luncheon
Will Honor 50
Year Members'
Schonf eld Seeks
Surf side Post
Pioneer Women
Plan Purim Fete
i A masquerade Purim partv will
be given by members of the
Kadimah Chapter of Pioneer
Women at 2200 S.W. 22nd Terr,
on Sunday evening, March 19.
Mrs. Caryl Stern and Mrs. Bea
Jaffer will be co-hostesses at then-
home. Entertainment will include
a costume competition, square and
round dancing. Square dances
will be called by Joe Sacks.
Tickets will be available at the
door and all proceeds will go to
projects of the Pioneer Women.
Freedman To Address
Miami Zionist District
Adalbert Freedman, executive
director of the Southeastern
Zionist region, will address the
board of directors of the Miami
Zionist District, on Thursday,
March 16, at 8 p.m. at Beth El,
according to Herman Siegal.
president.
Plans will be formulated for a
memorial meeting in honor of the
late president of the organization,
Daniel Frisch.

The Luncheon Club of the Mi-
ami Bea.h Zionist District will
| honor numbers who have been
I active in the Zionist movement
I for 50 years or more on' Wednes-
day. March 22, at 12:15 at Mendel-
sohn's Lincoln Manor, Harold
Shapiro, chairman, announced.
Principal speaker, Professor
Andre Bialolenki, a former news
commentator and president of the
Jacksonville Zionist District will
speak on "The Evolution of Zion-
ist Speakers." Bialole.nki. who is
principal of the Whitefield School,
Miami Beach, received his M.A.
at the University of Florida. He
has published several articles and
during the war was associated
'i:h the U. S. Public Health
Service where he taught nursing
psychology.
Members of the Zionist move-
ment for 50 years or more, who
Will be honored are Jacob L. ,
Andron. Isidore Goldberg, Dr. M.
A. Lipkind, Kolman Luria. Abra- '
ham Mason, Louis Miller and Joel -
Cohen.
Toastmaster will be Harold
Shapiro and Zionist news reporter .
will be Murray Goodman.
Serving ...- hosts will be Daniel .
M. Broad. Paul Eisman and J.
Goldstein. I
Abe Schonfeld
Abe Schonfeld. Miami Beach
attorney, has announced his
candidacy for one of the four
vacancies on the town council of
the Township of Surfside. The
election will take place Tuesday,
March 21.
Born in Key West in 1912.
Schonfeld was brought to Miami
in 1916 by his parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Schonfeld. pioneer Jew-
ish residents of this area. The
elder Schonfelds became members
of Miami's first synagogue and,
have been vitally interested in!
Jewish affairs since their arrival..
The candidate attended local
grade and high schools and re-
ceived his law degree from the
University of Miami. Upon grad-
uation he opened an office here
and practiced six years prior to
entering the navy. After his re-
lease from service, he returned
to Miami and reopened law of-
fices. He is now associated with'
Harry Arthur Greenberg, former-
ly of Philadelphia.
Active in civic and fraternal
organizations. Schonfeld is ^ a
member of Hibiscus Lodge 275,
F. A. & M., Miami Consistory.
Mahi Shriners, American Legion.
Veterans of Foreign Wars. B. P.
O. E. 1601. Variety Clubs Inter-I
national. Florida Police Officers, |
B'nai B'rith.
Married to the former Beryl
Rose of St. Paul. Minn.. Schon-
feld has two children. Nancy Sue
and Hope, both of whom attend |
Biscayne Elementary School.
AL GOLDMAN
Famous entrepeneur of Chinese
foods, says: "The culinary art is
one which requires understanding
and attention to details: in my
travel requirements I find the
same necessary factors well sup-
plied by FARR."
FARR
'A Reliable Name in Travel"
Wiser*s
Raphael Hotel
and Public Dining Room
PASSOVER SEDURIM
Strictly Glat Kosher Meat
Sedurim will be conducted by
REV. FRUCHTER
We Suggest Early Reservations
OPEN DURING THE ENTIRE
PASSOVER
146 Washington Avenue
Ph. 58-2844
VOTE FOR
T-
Abe Schonfeld
TOU'iY COM \CML OF
siiusiok:
on
MARCH 21st, 1950
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Personally Speakinq .
Prominent Philadelphia manufacturer, Abraham Falik, and
Mrs. Falik, are included in a larqe dinne qroup which will
celebrate Passover at the Delmonico Hotel. The Faliks are
season guests at the Delmonico.
* *
Visiting with Dr. Abraham Wolfson are his son and
Visitor Honored
On 81st Birthday
Marking the occasion of her 81st
birthday. Mrs. Esther Jacobs, a
winter colonist in Miami Beach
for the past fifteen years, was
honored with a formal midnight
supper party in the Pagoda Room
daughter-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. Oliver W. WolisOn,.their children, of the Saxony Hotel last week.
Charles Robert and Carol Esther. Five-year-old Charles Robert
has won several prizes ior his many appearances on radio,
answering all questions put to him while on the Juvenile Jury
broadcast. He is being prepared to appear oh the Quiz Kids
program. '
* *
Jack Brettholtz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Brettholtz, 160
S.W. 17th Ct., will leave for New York ng*t week to join his
wife, who has been visiting with her parents there for the past j and Stanley Jacobs. Three grand-
two weeks. They will attend the wedding of Mrs. Brettholtz' i children, "plus relatives and
brother, Richard Kachalsky, on March 25. While there, the-1
couple will celebrate their first wedding anniversary on
March jff.
* *
Known fondly as "Ma" Jacobs,
the honoree was attended by all
of her children, who came from
far and near for the event. The
children include Mr. and Mrs.
Eugene Jacobs. Mr. and Mrs.
Herman Jacobs. Mr. and Mrs. Leo
Jacobs. Mr. and Mrs. Teddy
Jacobs. Mr. and Mrs. David
Jacobs: also. Gertrude, Blanche
many parts of the country to
attend the function. Dr. Esther
Tuttle of New York, personal
physician of Mrs. Jacobs, also
Houseguest of Mrs. Harry Klein, 2109 S.W. 7th St., is her j flew in for the occasion.
Originally from Portland, Me..
where she was born 81 years ago.
Mrs. Jacobs, after her marriage
to Alex Jacobs, migrated to Ply-
mouth, Pa., where the couple
lived the greater port of their
lives and where all eight children
were born and raised. From Ply-
mouth they moved to Wilkes
sister-in-law, Mrs. Albert Davis of Washington, D. C.
* .
Jack Shapiro, 853 S.W. 11th St., was honored at a family
dinner at Gray's Inn, Miami Beach, on the occasion of his birth-
day. Mrs. Shapiro's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan Taffer of New York were hosts for the evening. Mr. and
Mrs. Lew Taffer of Brooklyn, N. Y., were among the guests.
Mrand Mrs. Max Mitntcktf Brooklyn. N. Y.. have an^l^^^fiteU^SSSS
at the Delano Hotel to spend part of their mid-season vacation years together in great respect
visiting members of their family here. They were entertained ar>d high esteem in the commun-
cl dinner this week by Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Goldberg, at' il-v' and built tne Beth E1 Temple,
the Goldberg home on Pinetree Drive. Mr. Goldberq is resident I Throughout her 81 years. Mrs.
manager of the Delano. Mrs. Mitnick is an aunt to Mrs. Goldberg
and to Mrs. Sidney Metnick, the former Diane Schwartz,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Schwartz. Before arriving here,
the Mitnicks made a trip through the southwest, stopping en
route at Houston and Mineral Well, Texas, and New Orleans.
*
Mrs. Mitchell Raffel and her daughters Selene and Mcrrva
have returned to their home in Connecticut to rejoin Mr. Raffel
who was with them earlier in the season. They had been spend-
ing their vacation with Mrs. Raffel's mother. Mrs. L. Szerlip
* *
Jacobs has been a leader in many
oiganizations. Today she is still
active in the real estate business
in Harrisburg with her son, Leon.
This year, as last year, Mrs.
Jacobs ;s spending the winter
season at the Saxony Hotel.
Beth Sholom To
Hold Meeting
The annual meeting of the
Trio of prominent visitors spending a mid-season vacation
the oceanfront Delmonico Hotel are Mrs. Herman Lefkow Mil
Philip Gould, of Schenectady. H. Y.. and Mrs. Philip Tumu f
New Rochelle. N. Y. m *
Mrl-ond Mrs. Leslie C. Rome. 1308 El Rado St.. Coral Gables. ShoTomti?! take pSSfilfiS
announce the birth of their first child, Stuart Lance, on March 10
ct Doctors' Hospital. The mother is the former Arlene Rose
daughter of Mrs. Lillian Rose of Miami Beach. Paternal grand-
parents are Mr. and Mrs. David Rome of Miami Beach. The bris
will take place Friday at 10 a.m. with Rabbi S. M. Machtei
officiating. Godparents will be Mr. and Mrs. K. Cassel Paul.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Moe Adels of New York are spending several
weeks at the Palm Beach Biltmore Hotel. Mr. Adels is in the
jewelry busines. Mrs. Adels is a sister of Mrs. A. S. Baruch. 1635
Panel On "Effective Club Work- To
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Effective Club Work" is the
title of the panel discussion which
will be- the feature of the meeting
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of the Conference of Jewish
Women's Organizations on Thurs-
day, March 23. The meeting will
be held from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Mrs. Louis Glasser. president,
will preside at the business meet-
ing. Mrs. Monte Selig, vice presi-
dent and program chairman, will
introduce the panel discussion
after the luncheon.
Speakers on the panel, arranged
by Mrs. Isaac Levin, include Mrs
Stanley C. Myers on "Club Man-
agement:" Mrs. Sydney Wein-
traub. "Public Speaking:" Mrs. president
Maurice Serotta, "Publicity Pro-
cedure:" Mrs. Herberta Leonardv
of the University of Miami Law
School, on "Why Parliamentary
Law?"
day, March 16, at 8 p.m., in the
temple patio.
Harry Kohn, chairman of the
nominating committee, will pre-
sent the following slate of officers
for election by the membership:
president, Shepard Broad: vice
presidents, Sidney D. Ansin,
Judge Kenneth Oka, Harry Din-
nerstein and Morris J. Kandel;
treasurer, Abraham Zinnamon;
financial secretary, I. C. Green-
berg; general secretary, Abe
Solosko. Candidates for board
members are: Morris Alpert, Dr.
Norman Russ, Max Dreyer, Hy-
man S. Kaplan, Samuel Becker-
man, Abraham Schiff, Leon J.
Ell, Frank Kamen, S. A. Good-
man, Irving Rothman, Charles S.
Tobin, Joseph Arkin, Ralph Lach-
man, Louis Goldman, Joseph
Fenias and Morris Berick.
Csmmittee reports will be pre-
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membership chairman; Jack Law-
son, reception committee chair-
man: I. C. Greenberg, financial
secretary; Abraham Zinnamon,
house committee chairman; Mrs.
Leon J. Ell, chairman of the
school board; Mrs. Alexander
Robbins, sisterhood president
Alfred M. Mamlet, PTA
and Frank Kamen,
mens club president. Shepard
Broad will present the president's
report and Rabbi Leon Kronish
spiritual leader of the congrega-
tion, will also deliver a talk.
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The Variety Children's Hospital
Women's Committee is sponsoring
a fashion show on Thursday,
March 23, at 12:30 p.m. at Copa
City.
Minna Lee fashions wil be worn
by Coronet models, as well as
members of the women's group.
Eve Tellegan will serve as com-
mentator.
Chairman of the affair is Mai
Frank RubeJ. Assisting her are I
the Mesdames Dave Endy, HjIJ
Kopplin, Dan Fitch. Jeanette ]
Richmond, Kirk Landon and Mai-{
garet Floyd.
Reservations may be made by I
calling the Variety Club at 9-9!
or Mrs. Floyd at 3-7803.
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TEMPLE ISAIAH
Will Hold Its
TRADITIONAL PASSOVER SEDER
SATURDAY. APRIL 1, 1950 AT 6 P.M.
In the Beautiful Dining Room of the
Hotel Shelborne
RABBI MOSHAY P. MANN, Officiating
CANTOR DR. PAUL BECK. Chanting Prayers
Assisted by Children's Choir and Mrs. Graiffin. Organist
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PAGE SEVEN
[barol Chapter
Fill Initiate
tharet Chapter. B'nai BVith
Women, will hold initia-
tnUngceremonies on .Tuesday,
Ph n at 8 p.m. at the home
KJe Nass. 1991 S.W. 18th Ct.
Irrudi Lach. president, and
ivrlv Koch, first vice president.
fa initiate the members. Chair-
Ti of the affair is Marilyn
tmcer and assisting her are
Cine Hyman, Florence Moss,
Cvllis Honis. Rita Platt Honey
Emit. Renee Goodman and Rosa-
L Morris.
r.irls to be initiated are Char-
ge Coddon. Glennor Cravitt,
It Curtice. Rita Goldweber,
Irmce Gomolinski. Arleen Gor-
L Pauline Glantz, Marion
L'dowitz. Dolly Harris, Renee
lodman. Rosalyn Blumenthal,
Ljlvn Greenberg, Lorraine
Ihlenberg. R-ith Levick, Anita
Indler. Rita Platt. Lila Peltz.
trencp Mos-. Lucille Michaels,
In--! Nass. M:riam Lieberman,
mesa Rosenthal. Harriet Slom-
litz. Rita Sokoloff, Shirley
ien, Harriet Rosenbloom, Adele
Egerman. Helene Moldan, Mar-
n Younger and Elaine Zagoria.
Guests will be Selma Lewis,
hai B'rith youth director of
feater Miarn: Mrs. William
jchler. president of B'nai B'rith
Amen. Coral Gables; and Milton
edman. incoming district youth
mmissioner.
[oung Judaea
adors To Meet
he annual spring leaders in-
lute for Young Judaea leaders
[the South will be held during
weekend of March 17-19 in
Hannah, at the General Ogle-
Hotel at Wilmington
n'd. Plans for the annual
hering were announced jointly
the Southern Zionist Youth
nmission and the Savannah
nist Youth Commission, co-
Insors of this year's event.
Young Judaea leaders from the
|y clubs tiiroughout the South
assemble to hear lectures,
n group work techniques,
jteipate in workshop sessions,
duct model club programming,
I learn folk dances and Israeli
^plications and additional in-
mation concerning the institute
J be obtained from local youth
omissions or the regional youth
/mission. 702 Peters Bide., At-
Ita, Ga.
bles Luncheons To Be
nporarily Halted
fhe luncheon to be sponsored
1 the Sisterhood of the Coral
files Jewish Center on Wed-
Way, March 22, will wind up
I luncheon series until after
Bovei,
lostesses for this week were
Mesdames Leo Wool, Leo
prman, L Yessner, Herbert
^e, Sidney Blumenfeld.
nday School Opened
preth lsra(i Sisterhood an-
pres the opening of a Sunday
poi lor Jewish children resid-
I '" the Allapattah-Buena
f A^CV0n ,at 4316 Nw- 7th
AMitional information about
mm m,ay ** ^cured by
I a;rs, L Kaplan at 3010
Hadassah Unit Will
Head Mrs. Goodman
Mrs. Jack A. Goodman of
Indianapolis. Ind., former national
vice president of Hadassah and
now member of the national
board, will speak at a member-
ship tea to be given by the Busi-
ness and Profesional Division of
the Miami Beach Chapter of
Hadassah on Wednesday, March
22, at 8:30 p.m. at the home of
Mrs. Alexander Kogan, 3722
Royal Palm Ave.
Mrs. Goodman has just returned
from a two month's visit to the
new Jewish state.
While other youngsters had
their hands full learing the three
R's, Mrs. Goodman was also ab-
sorbing the fundamentals of Zion-
ism from her brother, Dr. Alex-
ander S. Wolf. Dr. Wolf worked
as a student at the University of
Vienna with the Zionist leader.
Theodore Herz!, and became a
close associate of Dr. Herzl's.
Mrs. Goodman has taken a
leading part in the Women's Di-
vision of the UJA, and in addition
to her Zionist activities, serves in
such varied fields as the Indiana-
polis symphony society, where
she is honorary vice president of
the women's committee, the
Indianapolis Jewish Welfare Fund
and the budget committee of the
Community Chest.
Betrothal Revealed
The engagement of Phyllis E.
Rosen to Dr. Daniel R. Usdin,
Jacksonville, was announced by
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Rosen, 2000 Liberty Ave., Miami
Beach, at a cocktail party at the
Rosen home. A dinner party was
also held at the Shore Club Hotel.
The bride-elect attended the
Universities of Miami and Florida.
Dr. Usdin, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Isidore Usdin, St. Augustine, at-
tended the University of Florida
and Tulane Medical School.
i You can help fcet out the vote.
this year. Don't be content to just
; cast your own ballot. Urge neigh- I
, bors and friends to register and
I vote. Registration books close
April 1.
Opera Guild of Miami Presents
All-Metropolitan Opera Cast
KURT BAUM
ROfiERT WEEDE
MARY HENDERSON
HUGH THOMPSON
in "PAGUACCI"
and "SECRET OF SUZANNE"
MIAMI HIGH SCHOOL
AUDITORIUM
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FORT LAUDERDALE. MARCH 24
TICKETS: Burdine's 3rd fl., ner
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Radio Co.. Miami Beach Fed'l Sav-
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Gables. Ft. Lauderdale: Music
Shop. PRICES: SZ.4S. 13.08, $3.69.
14.31, $4.92 Tax included.
Morgan To Star In Drama
Ralph Morgan, prominent Hol-
lywood actor, stars in "The Story
of Joseph Pulitzer and the New
York World," the latest episode
in the "Lest We ForgetThese
Great Americans" series to be
heard this Saturday, March 18, at
5 p.m. over station WVCG, Coral
Gables.
Participants in the 15-minute
live panel discussion to follow the
dramatic transcription will be:
Gilbert J. Balkin, director, Flor-
ida regional office, Anti-Defama-
tion League of B'nai B'rith, mod-
erator; Arthur Griffith, chief
editorial writer, Miami Herald;
and Profesor Charlton W. Tebeau,
department of history, University
of Miami.

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PAGE EIGHT
*Imist nnrtdian
PASSOVER All VISOR V
By RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF
Executive Director, Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth
For the first time since 1930 Passover will fall on a Sunday and
Mondav this vear. The first Seder will be held Saturday nif-nt.
April 1, and the second Seder on Sunday night, April 2. Erev Fesacn,
the day before Passover, is therefore a Sabbath. Such a situation
present.-: difficulties. We therefore make known the following:
1. Bedikas Chametz. the "search for leaven." will take place
Thursday evening. March 30.
2. Bivur Chametz. the "burning of leaven," is to take place on
Friday morning, March 31. by 10 a.m.
3. It is permitted to eat chametz till 9 a.m. Saturday morning,
after which "Kol Chamiro" should be said. Those wishing to do this
should attend an early Sabbath synagogue service, so that they may
eat chametz after services before 9 a.m.
4. It is preferable bv far that all the Sabbath meals be "Pesach-
dig." Matzos may be used instead of Challos on Friday eve. March
31 Matzos are not to be eaten on Saturday. April 1. until the Seder.
5. Those wishing to eat "Chametz" on the Sabbath preceding
Passover, should ask an Orthodox Rabbi for the details concerning
the cooking and serving of the foods, and the disposal of the re-
maining chametz.
6. The "Siyum HaB'Chor." the "fast of the first born or their
release from fasting by attending a "Siyum' 'takes place Thursday.
March 30. at 8 a.m.
7. Mechirass Chametz. the "sale of Chametz through the
agency of a Rabbi, should be arranged, preferably before 10 a.m.
Fridav morning, March 31.
8. Passover utensils and dishes should preferably be n. w r
used for Passover only. In order to make use of utensils already
used with leaven, the following must be done: metal broilers and
frying pans must be first burned red hot: pots and pans must be
thoroughly cleansed, filled with water and boiled to overflowing: i
ns, knives and forks (all-metal only) must be cleansed and |
immersed thrice in boiling water. Others cannot be made kosher
for Passover.
P. Glassware, agate ware, enamel ware and plastics cannot be
made kosher for Passover use if previously used with leaven.
10. Bread, crackers, biscuits, cereals, Matzos labeled "not for
Passover use," beans, peas, rice, oats, spelt, wheat, barley (or any-
thing containing these ingredients), ice cream, most cosmetics and
perfumes, are forbidden on Passover. (Passover cosmetics are
available. I
11. Cakes, candies, chocolates, dairy products, wines, etc.,
should be used only when under Orthodox Rabbinic Supervision.
- without the signature of an accredited Orthodox Rabbi are
worthless.
12. When in doubt about any Passover matter, call Rabbi
Mescheloff at 5-6150 or 5-1328. He will be glad to answer your
Passover questions.
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FRIDAY.^ARCH17 i
Leon Liebgold and Lily Lilliana ere stars of the New York
stage production of William Siegel's Yiddish play. "Paradise for
Two," which opens at the Plaza for a one-week engagement on
Tuesday. March 21. "Every Girl's Desire." a modern American
Yiddish comedy drama with music, featuring Mr. Liebgold and
Miss Lilliana. as well as Nathan and Rose Goldberg and Betty and
Jacob Jacobs, will play until Tuesday. Performances are given
every night at 8:30 with matinees on Saturday and Sunday at 2:30.
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)AY, MARCH 17, 1950
*'JewistiIhrHknn
[en-Agers Plan
et March 26
m representatives from all
JL housing teen-age clubs
Ster-club councils m Oreator
'"' Miami Jewish
mumty C nter on Tuesday
',to plan a Greater Miami
,, slated for
i 26 at the center.
,. met will mark National
Eh Youth W. *k, the last week
fca'ch the day's activities will
u'e both social and Israeli
dancing, basketball games
di Jewish T.vn-Ager and the
Jem Jewish Center" and "Is-
land Ament an Youth."
loups participating in the
lend will be :he Miami Jew-
[Community Center Youth
leil clubs, the B'nai B'rith
|h Organization chapters ot
land BBG. the Senior Judaea
I, the Miami Beach YMHA
In Council groups, the Hia-
and Miami Springs teen-
the North Dade Jewish
nunity Center groups, and
tal unafl li ited teen-age
nes Party Slated
Young Married Couples
I of Beth David will sponsor
mes party on Sunday night,
"I 19, at the new synagogue,
ding to Mrs. Edith Appel-
i, president.
Beach Slogan Contest
Will Close March 19
With March 19 the closing date
for entires, Barlon de Hirsch
Meyer, president of the Miami
Beach Chamber of Comerce, urges
the public to send in slogans for
; Miami Beach. The winning slogan
will receive $100 in cash. Every-
one is eligible to compete, but
haste is necessary with the dead-
line drawing near.
Slogans must be brief, catchy
and descriptive and must point
up the attractiveness of the Beach
as an all year-round resort.
Entries must be in writing to the
Slogans Contest Committee, care
Miami Beach Chamber of Com-
merce, 1210 Fifth St., Miami
Beach. The winner of the contest
will be announced on March 26
at 8 p.m. during the Boosters'
Rally at Flamingo Park, a mass
meeting to be sponsored by the
chamber in observance of the
35th anniversary of Miami Beach.
To Fete Pratt Patients
Patients of the tuberculosis
ward of Pratt General Hospital
will be feted at a party given
by the B'nai B'rith at 8 p.m. on
Thursday, March 16. according
to Mrs. Sidney Boeninger, hos-
pital chairman.
Slated to entertain at the affair
are Judy Searles, coloratura so-
prano; Marishka, radio performer;
and Steve Kessler, pianist.
Assisting Mrs. Boeninger with
arrangements are Mrs. Sidney
Covner and Herbert Weiss.
PAGE NINE
Ben Yomen, choir leader and
composer, is co-chairman of the
Jewish music festival to be held
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night.
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Nikolaidi Concert
Set For Monday
"In 20 years of music reviewing
and .n twice that number listen-
ing to most of the world's best
singers, I have encountered no
greater voice or vocalist"raved
Jerome D. Bohm, music critic of
the New York Herald Tribune,
following the American recital
debut of Elena Nikolaidi at Town
Hall, January 20, 1949.
The contralto, who will appear
for the Miami Beach YMHA
Community Concert Series on
Monday, March 20 at Miami
Beach High School, had already
won acclaim throughout Europe
as opera star and concert artist.
Born near Athens, Greece, Elena
Nikolaidi entered Athens Con-
servatory at 15 to begin serious
vocal studies. During her last year
at the conservatory, she made her
debut as soloist with the state
orchestra, which Dimitri Mitro-
poulos was conducting. Soon after
her graduation she appeared at
the Athens Lyric Theatre in
"Carmen" and "Samson and
Dalila."
In 1936, the Greek government
selected Miss Nikolaidi for a
scholarship to study voice in
Vienna, where she entered and
won an international vocal con-
test which entitled her to a recital
at Vienna's Konzerthaus her
first appearance in a foreign
country. Soon after, Bruno Wal-
ter, then director of the Vienna
State Opera, heard her and en-
gaged the young singer for the
role of Princess Eboli in the 1936
opening performances of "Don
Carlos." That apearance marked
her first great success in Europe.
Since then she has added many
roles to her repertory and has
won a great personal triumph in
each characterization.
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PAGE TEN
100 Young Adults To
Attend Zionist Meet "*w'
Parents Group To
Launch Series
One hundred representatives
from Junior Hudassah. Masada,
1ZFA and Young Judaea Leaders
are expected to attend the first
annual Young Adult Conclave,
featuring as its theme "Am Israel
ChaiThe P-.pl>' of Israel Live."
which will be held March 24-26
at Camp Kendall. Kendall. Fla.
Among the speakers slated for
th educational weekend is Rabbi
Max Shapiro, who will speak on
Present Day Problems in Israel '
Mrs. Murray Grossman, presi-
dent of the Florida Region of
-sali. will lead the luncheon
.n on Saturday. Her topic-
will be "Why Be A Zionist To-
day."
The educational workshops for
the week-end will be led by
Klaine Sachs, first vice president
Southern Region of Junioi
Hadassah. and Beverly Raphael.
president of the Miami Beach
Jr. Hadassah. who will lead Jr.
Hadassah session: Gil Rappaporl.
president of the Miami Beach
Masada, Doris Aronson and Fred
Rosen, regional board members of
Masada. Masada workshop; Flor-
ence Abramson and Miriam
Scheinberg, Young Judaea work-
shop.
A feature of the conclave will
r>e the Havdolah service, con-
ducted bv 14 alumni of Brandos
ip Institute including Rita
Ross, Elaine Sachs. Selma Lewis.
Beverly Raphael. Shirley and Lea
'' i Iman, Jean Nevel. Marilyn
Goodman. Phyllis Schermer. Al
Heller. Bob Smallman. Miriam
Scheinberg. Faith Alexander and
Florence Abramson.
Highlight of the conclave will
be the Midura bonfire Saturday
night when groups will compete
stunt night.
Applications may be obtained
the Zionist Youth Commis-
sion, 235 Lincoln Road, phone
-4643.
' A series of seven lectures on
."Everyday Living" will be
| launched under the ausp:
the parent education committee ol
. the Miami Jewish Community
Center on Wednesday. March 22.
at 8 p.m. and will continue each
week until May 3.
Featured at each session will be
' records and films. obtained
through the cooperation of the
Mental Health Institute of South-
eastern Florida and station
WQAM, in addition to discussants
who will lead audience participa-
tion.
! "How To TelL Your Child About
Sex" is the topic of the firs; lec-
ture and will be developed
I through the use of a film "Human
Growth" and a record "Sex Ed-
ucation in the Home."
The second session in the series
is entitled "What About the
Comics?" a record to be followed
by a round table panel of dis-
cussants.
Other subjects to be discussed
: at later dates are "Why Won't
Tommy Eat"." "Junior Has His
Troubles." "Family Life," "Par-
ents Through the Eyes of the
Teen-Ager." and "Children's Al-
lowancesFamily Money."
The parents committee, a sub-
committee of the center's youth
' comittee. is composed of Mrs. Leo
Sheiner, chairman. Mr. and Mrs.
Monroe Gelb. Dr. and Mrs
Samuel Gertman. Dr. and Mrs.
Reuben Roehkind. Mrs. Irving R.
Schwartz. Mrs. Lewis Sternshein,
Mrs. Leo Alpert, chairman of the
youth committee, and Mrs. Maur-
ice Grossman, professional con-
sultant.
fJewlstflcridian
Stevers. Elisburg Plan
Full Theatrical Season
Dick Stevers. legitimate play
producer, has joined forces with
Herb Elisburg. managing dicetoi
of the Oriental Theatre in Chi-
cago and is now lining up New
York top run plays for production
here next season.
Next season the concentrated
efforts of Stevers and Elisburg
will bring a full season of legiti-
mate plays to the Greater Miami
area.
Finding a suitable theatre for
the project is the only thing
pressing at the moment, as
Stevers must make his committ-
ments for the plays now in order
to have them for the next year.
Dinner Will Benefit
Children Of Israel
Pioneer Women, Club No. Two
of Miami Beach, has scheduled
a dinner for Wednesday. March
22 at 6 p.m. in the Labor Lyceum.
25 Washington Ave.. according to
an anouncement by Mrs. Joseph
Mintzes. chairman of the Moatzal
Hapoalot. and Mrs. Louis Rubin,
chairman of the Child Rescue
Fund. All proceeds will go to the
children ot Israel.
Dr. L. T. Bukstel
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i that congregation. He is past
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PAGE ELEVEN
L^p To Speak
Ipro >lawh 17
Lmuel Koner. national director
Kmedical plann ng depart-
ttofV Workmen's Circle lor
rt 30 years, wiU lecture on
yS Planning and Care" on
Ev March 17, at 8p.rn.at he
Ef'Lyceum. 25 Washington
Miami Bench.
. ,he past." Koner states,
Lquatc medical care has been
fcult for the white-collar
EL to obtain. About 30 years
,hf Workmen's Circle decided
some coverage had to be
tided for its members and its
leal planning department was
"his iecture Koner will give
1 historical background, both
Ihe planning and the results
leved. The lecture, which will
l English, is sponsored by the
-e branch'- of the Workmen's
He and their Women's Clubs
Ithe Jewish Socialist Verband
Breater Miami.
s. Katz Heads
Kih Tfilah Unit
Irs. Rachel Katz was elected
Jident of the Sisterhood of
gregation Beth Tfilah at a
W meeting of the group. She
ds Mrs. Sonia Shapiro.
Ihers named to office were
Rose Schneider, first vice
Ident; Mrs. Dora Cohen,
jnd vice president: Mrs. Anna
ferman. third vice president;
Fanny Turk, fourth vice
lident: Sirs Bessie Jacobson.
[surer: Mrs Florence Hoffman,
pding and corresponding sec-
fy: Mrs. Rose Lustig, financial
Kary; Mrs. Gussie Zaidman
fllrs. Len;i Kramer, trustees;
Joseph E Rackovsky, ad-
lard mi include the
names Ann i Marlowe. Rose
Ian. Ida a. Jennie Hill,
by Goldberg Jennie Goldfine.
Mom. B Cohen. Betty
Jila. Eva 1 Iman, J. Levitt.
ID n lie Rosch. Rose
I.Esther Alter, Lena Shulman
iKebitzen Sarah Bass.
enlield Unveiling
|ededic..'.:o(i of a monument
fc memory of the late Charles
treenfield. husband of Mrs.
BnGreentield. 4100 Pine Tree
Je. will take place on Sunday,
fh 19, at 11 a.m. in the Temple
11 Section of Graceland
lonal Park. Dr. Jacob H. Kap-
V'll officiate. Mr. Greenfield
irvived by his wife, two sons
[two daughters. Relatives and
ds are requested to attend.
|fch Mizrachi Women
Meet March 18
ami Beach Mizrachi Women's
Jnization will meet Saturday,
Fj 18, at 8 p.m. at Beth Jacob,
F pat Hoehman, president.
|e group is making plans for
F and games party to be
Ht 'he Harrison Hotel, 411
J'ngton Ave., on Tuesday,
p -l. at 8 p.m. Mrs. Anna
fnworm is chairman of the
fw-chairmen are the Mes-
I Jost-'Ph Brenneer. Mary
Pfnand Ida Friedman.
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Obituaries
LOUIS VANGILDER
57, \'-"""-'\ away foll,,w|nt a hirt
attack on Tuesday at hi* in,me, IBM
Jetltrtm Ave. Mr. Vantllder came
here frdni liarkenwiifk X. .1 :, v.-ars
am and a-a* associate^ with .the Pood
Pair Korea at the iim<- ,.f his death
Hurvlvlnc are his wife, Lola; a
daughter, Mrs Arnold Kemer. n. w
York city: ami a aon, Leonard Van-
flMar, New Orleans. Services will be
((inducted at the Beach Riverside
Memorial I'hapel oil Thursday, March
IK. at 11 a.m., with Interment taking
placa at att. Nebo Cemetery.
PHILLIP SCHMALHEISER
85, of SOS S.W. :!6th Koad. passed
away Saturday. A resident for three
years, .Mr. Schmalhelser came here
from Savannah. He is survived bv his
sons. Morris Small, of LOS Angeles.
Edward small Palm Springs, Joe
Small, Hollywood. Calif.: a daughter,
Mra. tlus Llpsltx, Miami: a sister,
Mrs Kays Conter. Savannah. Also sur-
viving are twelve grandchildren and
nineteen great-grandchildren. The re-
mains were sent to Savannah for
,,, ,LEO GAINSBORO
Or Ml ith St.. Miami Beaoh, passed
awaj tasl week. Kurvlvor, include his
u-,m ,d,l"Btei Myra, brothers
"iiilam and Hy and alstera Molly
; Ruth Plcara and K. w.-i,.'-
*'" Be" Ices were held at Riverside
rtf'Chapel, 1M6 Washington
Cemetery m"rment ln Mt. Xebo
s > NETTIE HALPERT
anv ?ti "'",' M,,chlf> Ave., passed
awaj this week. Survivors Include her
hushan.i Samuel, and children Sol,
Btanton and Sylvia Steinberg; also
t!2 ,'."--:- M"*r. Esther Miller,
Jennie ( ummlns and Louise s
Services were held at Riverside
Memorial Chapel. 1-3* Washington
Aje with interment in Mt, Xebo
< emetery,
services and interment
Funeral Home.
by Uordon
ELSE WAGNER
67. of 2333 N.W. XOth St.. passed
away last Friday. Services were held
in the chapel of the Gordon Funeral
Home with Interment following ln Mt.
Xebo Cemetery.
MRS. RUTH HORWIT2
32. of 2350 S.W. 17th Terr., passed
away on March 8. She leaves her
husband. Harold, her mother, Mrs.
Jennie Cohen, a daughter Sharon,
and three brothers, Luther. Harold
and Herman Bromberg. Remains were
sent to Xew Haven, Conn., for services
by the Gordon Funeral Home.
MRS. TILLIE ZUCKERMAN
IS, of L'rtlii s.W. 2nd Ave.. passed
away in a local hospital Saturday.
A resident for the past three years.
Mrs. Zuekerman came here from
Petersburg, Va. she is survived by
two sons, Harry, of Miami, and
William of New Y..rk: two daughters.
Mrs. Kthel Hirshorn, of Petersburg,
and Mrs. Bay Katzker of Miami.
Services were held In the chapel of
ill,- 'i'.rdon Funeral Home with Rabbi
Max Shapiro officiating. Interment
took place in Mt. N.-i,., Cemetery,
MAURICE MAG ZWEIBEL
49, "f 6SS2 Collins Avenue, passed
away on 'he 12th in a local hospital.
11.- is sun ived by his wife Hi l< n
The remains were sent to New York
City for services and interment by Che
Beach Memorial Chapel, 1850 Alton
Road.
PAULINE GOLDSTEIN
54. of 6:;:, Collins Ave., passed away
", March 0. v winter visitor from N.-\v
York. Mrs. Qoldsteln is survived by
her husband Benjamin. The remains
were sent to New York for services
ami interment by the Beach Memorial
Chapel, 1880 Alton Road,
ESTHER GREENBERG
62, 'if HMO 15th St.. passed away on
the 10th. A resident for five years.
Mrs. Greenberg is survived by her
daughter, Mrs. I.eo Zuekerman, of
Miami Beach. The remains were sent
to Xew York for services and inter-
ment by Beach Memorial Chapel, 1850
Alton Road.
PHILLIP LEVY
54, of 1417 Lenox Ave.. passed away
on March 11. He is survived by his
wife Hilda. The remains were sent to
Syracuse, X. Y. for services and
interment by Beach Memorial Chapel.
1S50 Alton Road.
DAVID CHOOK
72, of 817 Commerce St., passed
awav on Tuesday. He is survived by
his -wife, Kate, and six children. The
remains were sent to Brooklyn foi
services and Interment by Beach
Memorial Chapel, 1S50 Alton Road.
LEO FLEISCHEfl
26. of 226 Jefferson Ave.. a resident
for six years, passed away last week.
He Is survived bv his father Joseph
and a sister, Florence. Services were
held Sunday at the Beach Memorial
chapel .is:," Alton Road, with inter-
ment following In Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
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MRS. REBECCA B ERLICH
^... of 158 N.H Bayshore PI., nas.sed
away Saturday. She la survived bv her
laughters Mrs. Charles Wolf, Miami
Beach, ami Mrs. Benj. Dubb. Albany,
IV i.: also a son William Erllch. of
leveland. Remains were sent to
Albany for services by the Cordon
Funeral Home.
JACK GLICKEN
"o0 Pennsylvania Ave.. was
Killed in an automobile accident last
week opposite the Copa City, where he
WS\ e,nl,lo>'"1 a doorman. Mr.
f.licken. a resident here for eleven
>ears, was survived by his mother, of
the same address, and three brothers
and two sisters, of Newark, N. J.
Services were broadcast from the
Beach Memorial Chapel lat Tuesdav.
after which the body was sent to
Newark for further services and Inter-
ment.
Workshop To Present
"A Child Is Born"
Radio Workshop For Demo-
cracy, a commanitywide live
radio series on human relations.
will present "A Child Is Born"
by Sidney Vincent, in its fifth
program Wednesday, March 22.
at 10:15 p.m. over station WMIE.
Robert Barron, Manfred Ber-
liner, Gertrude Marx, Judith
Cohen and Arlene Cohen com-
prise the cast for this program.
The dramatic presentation will be
introduced by George Rickett, di-
rector, Gesu Drama Guild.
The program is directed by
Gertrude Marx, with Bernard
Hutner, assistant director. Florida
regional office, Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith, serving as
technical adviser.
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eld-time toite ond leiWemei I
LENA OANS
Vt Ife of the late Charles Cans passed
away recently In a local hospital She
is survived by; two sons. Maurice and
Sydney. Miami Beach: two daughters,
Lillian and Sylvia of West Palm
Beach; and another daughter. Ruth
of Port Chester. The remains were
sent to Port Chester for services and
interment by the Beach Memorial
Chapel.
DEBORAH BRODY
Passed away follirwim. a short ill-
ness. She leaves her husband. Charles
and son JUleS. The body was sent to
NVw York for services and interment
by the Beach Memorial chapel.
SAMUEL RUBIN
55, of il'To N'.w. 51st Terr., passed
away recently follow ins a brlei
is a resident for 16 vears. Mr
Rubin formerly resided In Newark,
N J. winre he was a mattress
facturer. He i-- survived bv hi- n
l< nine his mother Mrs. Sonya
ces w. re held In the loi d m
Funeral lb,me followed by Masonic
services it the grave In Mt. Nebo
Cemetery,
.. CURTIS LEFKOWITZ
J6, of 2635 Collins Ave., passed awav
'.'""')ly Much a. He is survived by
hi- wife Mlllan."W !.::,"and! h .. I-
tSPhSS? >h"'" "' "Staff where
tiie bod> was sent by Riverside
MemqrUl Chapel. Miami Beach,
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KjTGroups Have Right To Protest
1 It Prejudicial Films-ADL Official
B"" ____Mn e.\v million At^aA Htinff th* ririr**
minority groups six million dead being the price
public to reject
Mieve threatens
right M "'"' ViV'to"reject of a lesson to those who other-
-ersuade: the,^ve threatens wise would not learn the price of
C-hJchtho > t instance,
]*S pictures. "Oliver
m' ?"r-rth ol a Nation"
LThetag an infringement
SnTriTiffhis is specif ical-
iff/he"'ndaries of law
institution." Henry Ep-
*lSSr solicitor general of
S2k and a national com-
JS,nhe Anti-Defamation
J*rf W* B'rith, declared
fcie oi .....
"* ... ,. the Bade
free speech and decent living. I
am not prepared to rest easy on
the assumption that it can't
happen here."
fined" the legal
c. tiii'k- il bases under-
programs of
ther pro-demo-
rst article of the
producers of in-
: >n pictures "un-
ave the right to
t-xhibit their
ico
L the edu>-
|ADL and
: group--.
kder the f
fof Bight>
jnatory mj
Jtionably 1
fe-fij n""sald. At the
feR Phasized Negro,
and R'nian Catholic
C retain their constitutional
Fto nk rceful protest-
[such proles: :esulted in ac-
.in tl" of motlon
III AS Group To
Sponsor Concert
The HIAS Peoples Tourist
Committee will hold it's annual
concert on Sunday, March 19. at
8:30 p.m. in the Miami Beach
High School auditorium, accord-
ing to an announcement by
Joseph L. Tepper. chairman.
Participating are Miohal Gib-
son, star of the Yiddish Art Thea-
tre: Soprano Fanny Mazer; Yid-
dish Folk Choir: Cantor Morchi
Yardeini: and Anyuta Melicov at
the piano.
All expenses for the concert are
being defrayed by Louis Miller
and all proceeds are earmarked
for HIAS.
Beach Masada To
Meet March 23
Next meeting of Miami Beach
Masada will be held on Thursday.
North Shore Unit
To Name Leaders
North Shore Lodge, B'nai
B'rith, will hold its annual elec-
tion of officers on Monday, March
20,' at Temple Beth Sholom. it is
announced by Mark Silverstein,
president.
Membership awards will be
made by the B'nai B'rith Council
for the District Grand Lodge.
Gold Menorah pencils and parch-
ment certificates will be presented
to Leo Steinman. Lou Sherman
and David Fenton. for "outstand-
ing membership activity during
the winter campaign." Steinman
and Sherman will receive, in
addition, marcasite menorah lapel
pins for enrolling ten or more
members in the drive.
A musical program is planned
for the men's and women's groups
which will join in a social follow-
ing the meeting.
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ioi a richei, more enjoyable Passover
nos hi. Hi -iias*
MB, their 'it*j"S!ld*2 I 5ttSr7irti P-'m. at the Miami
ibition-:..' v'Vr\cof"1rdmn;iBeach Jewish Center, it is an-
gfr I Sid" <- nounced by Gilbert Rappaport.
fSot * of wholesale portrait of M*P Morris A Skop of the Coral
'agan. an ^ncle lorn or a Gables Jewish Community Cen-
Pop-'- rnvlaiea. tef Topic for discu5sion will be
stein disagreed with legal the significance of the coming
to who, hi said, base their i pasover festival. Dave Goodwin
ition on a narrow interpreta- of Masada will present the cur-
of free speech and press | rent events report. ___
Irantees. The issue is more ,------------_-----,-------------------------------
liplicated. he declared, than
envisi I in Voltaire's
m -I | gree with every-
hg you say but I will defend
the "death your right to say it."
[characterized such thinking,
it still > xists, as of the
her-or" variety. '"Life is not
,tsimple." he said. "There is a
Bision cf opposing rights, both
Iranteed under our constitu-
concept of freedom of
iechthe- f.eedom to exhibit a
:ure or publish a book and the
solute right to protest its evils.'"
ipstein made a distinction be-
jeen the presence of such books
"Oliver Twist" and "The Mer-
lant of V.: (" in school li-
jaries and curricula and the
(dilation lestionable motion
ftures. '' in the former
ir.ee. "we may assume a de-
' of in' net on the part
the p ntial audience, the
(otion picl rmdium reaches
, undifferentiated audience
p:ch ma> ict negatively to
avoral treotypes." Such
fatrtypes iid, may well re-
lit in "si dynamite."
Bteplyin.....n to those who
I'd that iple know best,"
|d citing example of Nazi
nany, Epsi n declared:
am deeply concerned over
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17
Committee .Named To Sponsor A*ad>mv Produrtion
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Sponsors for lhe Hebrew Academy production of "The Jazz Singer." to be presented at the
Miami Beach High School auditorium on March 26. 27 and 28. are (bottom row. 1. to r.) David A.
Mason. Harry Wasserman. Isidore Goldberg. Aaron Courshon. chairman. Dr. David S. Andron.
president of the academy, Samuel M. Grundwerg, Kolman Luria; (second row. 1. to r.) Al
Osnerofi. Rabbi Jacob L. Andron. Raymond J. Rubin. Jack Satin. Samuel Reinhard. Benjamin
isherry; (top row. 1. to r.) Sam L. Sachols, Sol Lob si, Jacob Kaufman and Aaron S. Lauer.
A committee to aid in spon-
sorship of the Hebrew Aca-
demy production of "The Jazz
Singe:." which will be presented
at the Miami beach High School
Auditorium on March 26. 27 an I
28. has been named by Chairman
Aaron G iui -hon.
Appointed to assist were Sam
I. Sachols. Sol Lobel. Jacob
-\aufman. Aaron S. Lauer. Al
Osfieroff. Rabbi Jacob L. Andron,
Raymond J. Rubin. Jack Satin.
Sam Reinhard. Benjamin Sherrv
Dnv:a A. Mason. Harrv Wasser-
man, Isidore Goldberg. Samuel
M. Grundwerg, Kolman Luna
The play, written by Samson
rtapnaelson. noted playwright, is
being directed by Lillian Fox. It
was the vehicle in which George
Jessel first. achieved stardom.
Later the same play proved the
making of Al Jolson, who plaved L, ,"
intu^i---------:__ .u_ .. ... inual mstallati
Judge Holt To Speak At
Lodge Installation
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Scheduled,For April 11
Exarjj.nations for 328 teacher
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State School. Supf. Thtfmas D.
Bailey announced this week.
The scholarship's include 50
Senatorial. 157 House of Repre-
sentatives ahd 121 Amos Lewis
awards, all to be filled by com-
petitive examinations. The
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states teacher recruitment pro-
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the Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith.
on Sunday, April 9. at the Delano
Hotel, it has been announced by
Edward T. Newman, installation
committee chairman.
Judge Holt will speak on his
recent trip to Israel.
Sidney Aronovitz. Miami at-
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Capitol Spotlight
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
serious preparations
hostilities.
ASHINGTON-During recent
Lifzionistt have found a
1 ng challenge .n Washington
2%BM Arab propaganda
npaign begins to pay off.
J;hile a number of
m to review his atti-
number
embers of Congress
of State
. 4i-he*on to review .....
ntoward 'he Near East arms
ie to*aio legisiators lack
InfflerstandinJ the situa-
" seemed to have the
I Kssion that Israel has
tedffi Moscow's orbit; others
V? wnv Israel won't respect
K-nUed Nations on the inter-
.iSation of Jerusalem; and
rSe vet others who blamed
1 to the fate of the Arab
ugees.
, Was evident that the Arab
ding up
Every-
Uganda machine is riding up
Tnltol Hill in high gear
E'rone finds distortion and
fcbtimplantrd in the minds of
fngressmen and government of-
lials bv skilled American prop-
andist's paid by the Arabs.
ihose Congressmen who spoke
for Israel, in connection with
'arms affair, all seem to re-
cent districts which include
fge Zionist groups.
Outside of
'Jewish "representatives who
ually advance Israel's cause,
{Who sounded off were all
Em New England. Southerners,
fcsterners. and many midwest-
Republic, ns either expressed
fcinterest in the situation or
lied sharp questions which in-
cated bias Rep. James E. Van
kndt. a Pennsylvania Repubh-
openly advocated that the
S. arm Egypt and criticized the
jonist "pressure group." Van
Tndt's constituency, around Al-
ona, is largely Catholic. He was
Iree times national commander-
f-chief of the Veterans of
Joreign Wars.
At least one top-flight public
llations firm, located in the
fational Press Building, daily
Pis the mails with pro-Arab
litticity. The mail sacks are
heavy between the Arab em-
bassies and the offices of the
Holyland Emergency Liaison
Program (H.E.L.P.). From these
and other pressure points there
is an endless stream of anti-
Israel propaganda flooding into
Congressional mailboxes. And, as
many know, Jewish anti-Zionists
are the source of some 'of the
most harmful calumny.
Many Zionists, it seems, are be-
wildered by the Near Eastern
arms race. Misunderstanding
arose from a State Department
announcement that Israel has re-
ceived more American arms than
any Arab state. The truth is that,
while Israel has been getting a
carefully-controlled trickle of air-
plane parts and other material,
this aid has been insignificant
compared to the deluge of heavy
munitions poured into the Arab
states by Great Britain and other
Western European powers.
Why should the Arabs pay
trans-Atlantic freight charges
when they can get the same
munitions directly from Britain
and other European countries
which are supplied by the U. S.
under the Atlantic pact?
Israel's finances, already badly
depleted by the development of
the country and absorption of the
continuous flow of arrivals, suf-
fered added strain from the ex-
pensive arms race.
While the heavily-laden muni-
tions ships ploughed through the
Mediterranean, the State Depart-
ment said ... "the area is tranquil
... an anlysis of information
available to the department in-
dicates that no party to the
Palestine dispute is making
to renew
Meanwhile, more Nazi
Luftwaffe veterans arrived in
Cairo and Baghdad to fly the new
British jet planes. Egypt's new
naval craft, including submarines,
held maneuvers off the Gaza strip.
And Effendi Isaa Sabbagh, an
Arab propagandist who has long
despised the Zionist movement,
daily broadcasts the proper slant
on things to the Arab states over
the "Voice of America." The
"Voice" is sponsored by the State
Department. Sabbagh, a follower
of the Mufti of Jerusalem, is on
the U. S. payroll.
It seems in Washington that
American Zionists would not be
able to relax for some time.
Jr. Hadassah To
Hold Card Party
Miami Beach Junior Hadassah
will hold a benefit card and games
party, Thursday, March 16, at
8:30 p.m. at the Commodore Room
of the Vanderbilt Hotel, Miami
Beach.
Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz is chair-
man of the affair and committee
chairmen assisting her are Mar-
lene Yavener, Naomi Segal.
Beverly Raphael and Annette
Melich.
Proceeds of the affair will be
sent to the Meier Shfeyah Or-
phaned Children's Village in
rnur, r it iua Israel which is supported solely
by Junior Hadassah. Tickets will
be on sale at the door.
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Statewide B'nai BVith Conclave To Be
Held In St. Petersburg April 15-17
transportation chairman for this
area, several buses have been
The Florida State Federation of
B'nai B'rith lodges will hold its
annuul statewide convention in
St. Petersburg from April 15 to
17. it has been announced by Dr.
Matthew Drosdoff, state presi-
dent.
The Huntington Hotel has been
selected as the site for this year's
conclave which will include
delegates from more than 20
lodges and women's chapters
throughout the state.
Principal speaker at the three
day moot will be Max X. Kroloff.
Anti-Defamation League chair-
man of District Grand Lodge No.
Five and a former B'nai B'rith
leader from Chicago. Als i sched-
uled to appear will be Pr. :
Pi :k of the University of
chartered to accommodate the
delegates from the Greater Miami
area. Reservations may be made
at the B'nai B'rith Council offices.
82-5685.
I amara Chapter
To Hold Honor
Luncheon Mar. 21
Members of Tamara Chapter.
Mizrachi Women, will be awarded
prizes for yearly donor earnings
by Mrs. Jennie Gr 'ssin.ne'.-.
hosteses. at their second annual
donor luncheon on Tin
Florida, and Dr, William Wexler, March 21, at noon at the Grossing-
president of District Grand L dgi er-Pancoast Hotel.
No' Ejy,e~ i c Mayor Hald Turk will present
'h".:ii- F:'::, IPV??! the key to the city to Mrs. Sophie
1!-:": ?: th D's1 Doshay, queen of the day A
Lod No. Five will also (portrait of Mrs. Doshay will be
f;7''": m.s wU presented to her by Artist Rosalie
Z u Z \- irida lodgeS Cheyette. Ladies-in-waitins will
, be Mrs. Jack H. Kane. Mrs. Philip
.being first lady of the lanJ
! f G eati Miami
and the W mien's Council. Ac-
Pa rty Proceeds
Go To ZOA House
I. Landsberg. manager of the
Lois Apartments 211 Collins Ave..
Miami Beach, this week presented
a check for $425 to Alfred Stone,
president of the Miami Beach
Zionist District, for the ZOA
House in Tel Aviv. Israel. The
sum was raised at the third an-
nual Purim party at the Lois
Apartments, which was sponsored
by a committee working with the
management.
In acknowledging the check.
Stone revealed that the South-
eastern Region of the Zionist
Organization of America will
have a room in the ZOA House,
where a specially designed golden
book will bear the names of
the purchasers of bricks. A
plaque honoring the committee-
of workers will be placed in this
room. Bricks, he said, may be
purchased for five dollars and up.
The ZOA House will serve as
an information center for
prospective American investors in
Israel, tourists, visiting scholars.
IZ-19
both Jewish and GentiiP
as the citizens of israB,
sire to obtain info^*
America, Stone disclosed ,
1ontoac1vicauditorina
bl
1500, the building'"**
20 rooms. s WI1J QM
to Milton A. Friedman.
Temple Isaiah To
Hold Seder Anr. I
T< mple Isaiah will hold a Seder
servici te with tradition.,1
dinner at the Shelborne Hotel,
M Bi u :.. on Saturday, Aprii
1. at 6 p.m.
TEL.
82-4202
Golden merit certificates will
be presented to Miss Lillian
Bogdan and the Mesdames Jack
H. Kane. Joseph Doshay. Theo-
dore Landesman. Israel Slotsky
Ben P. Kazer. Max Sternstein,
Betty Snyder. William Dittman.
Morris Laster. Irving Turk. Louis
Lemberg. Isidor Schlesinger and
Louis Mechlowitz.
Honorary life memberships will
be awarded to the Mesdames
Kane. Slotsky and Miss Gogdan.
Rabbi Moshay P Mann wil Elllil Cohen wil1 b* masti
conduct the service and Dr Paui'ctrPrnonies- Mls- Emanuel Karger,
Beck will cantor Ben- :'e8onal director, will be pre-
n Tupler, Jo, :.;, i; senthal slnted u',lh,;< check for the or-
and Gloria Berry are in charge Pnan* ln Mizrachi schools in
of arrangements! Hostesses will Isy*el-
include th C Mae r> Donor chairman is Miss Bogdan.
Ness, Jack B Ben- FlSram chairman is Mrs. Kane.
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Kneseth Israel Congregation
Will conduct its first Sedorim in
the social hall of the syna
Saturday and Sundav." April 1
and 2.
Rabbi Isaac H. Ever is super-
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Officiate. A complete Passover
meal will be served. Information
and reservations may be obtained
= y,/ao",ng the s-vnagogue office.
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PAGE SEVENTEEN
ial hour
;of t
national
'^Sersoftheposthave
amed to national office.
Phillips, junior vice com-
kto has been appointed
11 tv national judge advocate,
i Kline, quartermaster
chosen deputy national
and Jack Silver,
Israeli Newsletter
By ADA OREN
Israel School System
btor:
has
in-
chap-
I has been sei
Li.- national
lected a member
, national blood donors
tare being completed for
[Department Convention to be
in June.
& p II ad assail
Hold Dance
Business and
e Miami Business aim Pro-
Division of Hadassan
frolic dance
Cadillac Hotel, Miami
U, on Sunday, March 19, at
k: in.il
hold its spring
TEL AVIV.The administra-
tion of the Jewish education
system in Israel, by now creaking
under the burden of a recently
doubled school population, is
greatly complicated by the fact
that the public has never been
able to agree on a common secular
syllabus. Consequently four main
types of schoolsgeneral, labor,
Mizrachj and Agudah, not to
mention other splintersare in
existence.
Parents are free to choose the
type they prefer, and the com-
munities concerned must provide
separate schools for all if there
is -a sufficient number of pupils.
This provision created a wide
field for waste of scarce man-
power and equipment and created
a good deal of controversy which
often tends to overshadow the
importance of the expansion pro-
ice Cohen, chairman of the gram now being carried through.
Aliyah project, is being j The whole issue is further com-
sted by Maralene Lurie, Bea plicated by the large number of
religious new immigrants from
iter and Betty Kandel.
luan Pinada and his orchestra
furnish the music. Proceeds
go to Youth Aliyah for the
[abilitation of orphan children
Israel.
Uibi Mann To Speak
"Intermarriage"
ermarriage" will be :he
5 of a lecture by Rabbi
Ishay P. Mann at the Spinoza
ltdoor Forum in the patio of
i home of Dr. Abraham Wolf-
., 124 11th St., Miami Beach.
Eirday at 3 p.m. Tuesday night
8 p.m. Charles H. Lee will
|e the eighth lecture in the
lies on "The Heavens and the
rth."
fill Hold House Party
I house party will be sponsored
i Tropical Lodge, B'nai B'rith,
i Saturday. March 18, at 8:30
, at the home of Budd Cutler,
feridian Ave.
eiident Sam Kessler has an-
nced that members of Tropical
l's Chapter will also join
Ithe evening's entertainment.
new
the Near East, many of whom
insist that their children be ed-
ucated only in their specific
tradition, often arguing that
teaching of the Torah comes be-
fore arithmetic. Lately the rather
sketchy education system in
transit camps, which teaches al-
most exclusively Hebrew and the
three R's and can thus serve
hardly more than 40 percent of
the 12.000 children in camps, has
become the major battleground
between Orthodox and non-
Orthodox education leaders.
Although the education law
empowers the responsible Minis-
ter to recognize and set up so-
called "non-trend" schools, he
has not been permitted to do so
except in the case of juvenile
delinquents and other social work
cases, which are still under the
Welfare Ministry. The Orthodox
leaders and Marxists argue
that they agreed to the escape
clause only on the understanding
that it should cover non-Jewish
schools alone.
The Education Minister did at-
tempt to introduce a "non-trend"
school system for children in
transit schools but was challenged
by the Orthodox parties who
threatened to resign from the
government. This plan was
dropped.
A number of compromise solu-
tions were vetoed by either the
Orthodox or labor groups. The
religious parties have always op-
posed all forms of state rather
than partly controlled schools,
and may now succeed in setting
up instead a common system of
religious schools in the camps
controlled by a board represent-
ing all Orthodox groups. The
position of the religious splinter
group within the labor camp on
this matter is not yet clear.
Throughout the laborites and
the Orthodoxmainly the Miz-
rachicontinue to weaken the
formerly most important general,
non partisan and secular system
of education. In spite of much
agitation, however, they did not
succeed in introducing consider-
able changes in the educational
pattern of a city like Tel Aviv,
where the population is too well
established to be pressered and
whose workers still prefer the
general schools although they now
have the alternative of Histadruth
institutions.
As of now, the country has
some 6,000 classes with 7,000
teachers benefiting from the
general education budget. The
percentage of students in the
various "trends" is as follows:
IZFA To Sponsor
Weekend Meet
The University of Florida Chap-
ter of the Intercollegiate Zionist
Federation of America is sponsor-
ing the first get-together weekend
of Florida high school seniors and
college students from March 24
to 26.
On Friday afternoon registra-
tion for visitors and members will
be held, followed by religious
services and a social affair,
featuring Hebrew songs and folk
dances.
Visitors will be taken on a tour
of the campus Saturday morning,
after which the group will attend
a buffet luncheon at the Hillel
House and participate in a group
discussion. At 4 p.m. the students
will walk to College Park, where
a Havdalah service followed by a
weiner roast will be held. Con-
cluding the day's activities will be
a skit commemorating the War-
saw Ghetto Uprising.
A lox and bagel breakfast
at which guests will discuss
"The Purposes of IZFA and
Methods of Co-ordinating Activi-
ties of Young Zionist Floridians"
will complete the week-end.
Requests for information registration blanks should be ad-
dressed to IZFA, Box 2261, Uni-
versity Station. Gainesville, Fla.
PTA To Meet
Next meeting of the Parent-
Teacher Association of the Abbott
Gardens Private School will be
held on Friday, March 17, at 8
p.m. Guest speaker will be Dr.
Seymour Blumenthal. whose sub-
ject will be "Habit Disturbances
in Children."
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he Hollywood Chapter, B'nai
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winner of the Queen Esther
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dlywood Jewish Community
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oward County Jewish War
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+JewIsti Hcrktian
Off the Record
CLIPPING FROM ISRAEL .
A sensational report about the
fate of Jewish writers in Soviet
Russia apepars in a recent issue
of the Israel paper Davar The
story is that Solomon Michoels,
one-time head of the Moscow
Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee,
did not die a natural death .
It is said that alleged evidence
of pro-American espionage had
been uncovered within the com-
mittee The committee leaders
became alarmed though they were
skeptical of the whole thing .
Instead of passing the information
to Soviet authorities Michoels and
Itzhek Feffer, who visited the
- United States as emissaries of
Soviet Jewry shortly after the
Nazi attack on Russia, decided to
conduct an investigation of their
own within the committee ... In
- the meantime the atmosphere be-
came heavy and more shadowy!
.... Soon Michoels visited Minsk
. where he was found dead .
:', Who killed him and why? .
The conclusion, says Davar, is
;: quite "clear" Later the
authorities stepped in and began
' rounding up all people who had
knowledge of the incident and
: kept silent The first one to be
arrested was Itzhek Feffer
iE^LMARCHl?
Michael Miller,
supervisor at Bar-
ton's factory,
shows Rabbi Nac-
hum Kornmehl
the Kosher for -
Passorer Choco-
lates being made
in the separate
Passover wing of
Barton's Bonbon-
mere. 80 DeKalb
Ave.. Brooklyn,
New York. Rabbi
Kornmehl, mem-
ber of the Union
of Orthodox Rab-
bis of the U. S.
and Canada, per-
sonally inspected every source of the raw materials which went
into the making of Barton's Passover delicacies, supervised the
kashering of the utensils, and the processing of the items from
start to finish. Barton's will present 32 Passover delicacies this year.
They may be ordered by mail at the Brooklyn address.
Miolom Lodge Debate Eliminations
Set For April 13,14 At 1J-M Campus
The Florida high school debate I national B'nai B/rith leaders. The
sponsored by Sholem | students will witness congress in
contest
Lodge of B'nai B'rith, will hold
Dade County eliminations on
April 1% and 14 at the Merrick
Hall, University of Miami, ac-
cording-,to Jerome Weinkle. de-
bate chairman, and state competi-
tions will be held the. following
week, April 20 and 21 in the
same building.
Wide spread interest has been
evinced in the contest this year
inasmuch as the subject deals
with displaced persons legislation.
a bill now being considered by
Theri came the liquidation of the Congress, Weinkle said.
Jewish anti-Fascist committee. The winning debate .team and
the closing down of the Jewish
press and the suppression of Jew-
ish publications More arrests
jj| followed The last one to be
arrested was David Bergelson.
noted- Yiddish writer who had
gained wide esteem with the
Soviet regime One fine morn-
ing he was invited for a "talk"
\ When he arrived at the site
where he was to be interrogated
it'had become clear to him that
he was facing an inescapable
fate ... He was told the in-
vestigation would take two days
. Later, however, an investi-
gating body came to his home,
searched the house thoroughly,
tore up the floor and attic, con-
fiscated his money, ransacked his
desk and carried off his books
and manuscripts in an open ve- i
hide People who witnessed '
the scene say they were horrified ,
as the wind scattered the pages j
of Bergelson's manuscripts over
the_ Moscow streets Bergel-
son's son. who had been a lecturer
at the Moscow gymnasium, is
now living in poverty ... It isn't
quite certain where the arrested
Jewish writers are kept although
it is said somewhere near Lenin-
grad "This story, incidentally,
comes from a reliable source"
Davar notes.
its coach will receive a one-week
all-expense trip to Washington,
D. C, where they will be the
guests of prominent government
officials, Florida legislators and
action and will visit many places
of historic interest. The winning
high school will gain possession
for one year of the Sholem Lodge
Citizenship Trophy. Gold loving
cups will be awarded to the
runner-up team and other prizes
will be given to qualifying
participants.
Subject of the debate is: "Re-
solved: That House Resolution
No. 4567 Providing for the Lib-
eralization of the Displaced
Persons Bill Should Be Enacted
Into Law By Congress."
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flUDAY. MARCH 17, 1950
-Jewist fhrMtof}
PAGE NINETEEN
t<
Between You and Me"
By BORIS SMOLAR
(Copyright, 1948, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
ZIONIST PACT:
Representatives of the Israel
government and of the world
Zionist movement are studying a
proposal for an agreement be-
{u-een the Jewish state and the
Srrld Zionist Organization It
nnvides for the granting of a
Sorter to the World ZionisfOr-
inization by the state of Israel
The Charter, which would
be incorporated into the laws of
Israel would define the rights of
the WZO and the Jewish Agency
in Israel ... The Israel govern-
ment would recognize the WZO
as the instrument of the Jewish
oeople throughout the world for
accomplishment of the specific
tasks set forth in the Charter .
No public organization dealing
with similar tasks would then be
permitted to operate in Israel
without the prior joint consent of
the werld Zionist executive and
the Israel government The
functions of the WZO organiza-
tion will include: 1. Organization
and administration of imigration;
2 Maintenance of immigrants in
the initial stages of their absorp-
tion into Israel's economy; 3. Co-
operation with the government in
colonization and development
schemes for the integration of the
immigrants There are to be
joint consultations between the
Jewish Agency and the Israel
government in the matter of im-
migration schedules .. The Jew-
ish Agency would bear the re-
sponsibility for the immigrant up
to the point where he obtains
permanent housing The world
Zionist executive would be en-
titled at all times to consult with
the Israel government on matters
relating to the Charter ... It
would also be entitled to transmit
to the Israel Parliament, through
government channels, communi-
cations relevant to the operations
ot the WZO This would in-
clude suggestions for the initia-
tion of legislation deemed helpful
b these operations The world
Zionist executive would be free
to raise loans secured by WZO
property in Israel This prop-
erty would be exempt from taxa-
tion or seizure The Supreme
Court of Israel would have final
jurisdiction on all questions per-
taining to the interpretation of
the rights granted to the WZO
under the terms of the Charter
. This proposal will be one
of the main issues under discus-
sion at the forthcoming session
of the Zionist Actions Committee
next month.
JEWISH SURVIVAL:
More and more books on
Judaica are now being published
m the United States every month
In this respect, the United
States is now beginning to take
the place of pre-Nazi Germany
where many good volumes on
Judaism were written by Ger-
man-Jewish scholars The
latest books of this type which
appeared this month in this coun-
ty are Trude Weiss-Rosmann's
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author analyzes the factors which
have helped the Jewish people
survive persecution throughout
the ages ... She comes to the
conclusion that Jewish survival is
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spiritual ideals with Jewish ritual
*.'-' 1V'Af A M'ghty Stream"
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with regard to Israel... The State
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policy of neutrality between the
East and the West and is trying
to secure a modification of this
policy ... It is very important
for the U. S. to have the Jewish
state fit herself into American
policy in the Middle East .
Especially since some kind of a
Mediterranean pact under U. S.
auspices seems to be under con-
sideration Tha. first move in
Washington's pressure on Israel
is the open approval by the State
Department of the British ship-
ping of arms to the Arab countries
. The second move is the bait
held out to Israel in the form of
a possibility that the U. S. may
also provide the Jewish state with
arms Naturally, these arms
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To Present
'Mikado'Mar. 21,22
Two performances <>f Gilbert
and Sullivan's "The Mikado" will
be presented by members of the
Hillel Foundation at the Uni-
versity of Miami on Tuesday,
March 21. and Wednesday, March
22, it is announced by Mrs. Irwin
Weinstein. director of the pro-
duction.
Tuesday's performance will be
held at "the Ada Merritt High
School in Miami, and the Wednes-
day production will be shown at
the Miami Beach Senior High
School at 14th St. and Drexel Ave.
Heading the cast of 29 talented
students is Donald Kaplan, who
appeared with the Music Circus.
Others in featured roles are
Richard Gordon. Lillian Steen,
Ruth Pjlinsky. Iris Solomon, AI
Murray. Robert Goldstein and
Carl Lipschutz.
Proceeds will be used for the
current building fund to con-
struct the new Hillel house quar-
ters at the University of Miami
campus. Walter C. Kovner. presi-
dent of the Hillel Advisory
Council has announced that a site
for the new building has already
been selected and granted by the
university.
Tickets are available through
the B'nai B'rith offices. 330 Sey-
bold Bldg., or at the door.
Visits Pythian Women
Mario Kingsgaard, district
deputy of the Pythian Sisterhood,
paid an official visit to the
Roosevelt Temple of Pythian
Sisterhood at its meeting on Wed-
nesday night at Beth El.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN TIM-: CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C1RCL1T
OK FLORIDA. IN AND Folt DADE
l-Ol'NTY, IN CHANCERY, No.
i ;..... >
BEATRICE BRONKIN. Plaintiff, vs.
riui.ii' r.ito.NKi.N, Defendant.
Philip Bronfln
1337 E 16th Street,
Brooklyn, N. Y.
Y..11 are required to serve a copj
of your answer to the Hi" of om-
nlainl for Divorce on ilir plaintiff"
attorney, and to file the original
answer in the office of the Cleric of
the Circuit Court i......' before tne
day of April, A.D. 1950, other-
the Bill <>f Complaint for Divorce,
afore filed herein, will be taken
mfesst-d by you.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this the
in day of March, 1950, ......
E. II. WEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Clrcull Court,
Dade County, Florida.
(Clrcull Court Seal" .,.,.-,.
i:. WM W STOCKING..
Deput)
Ma me and Address of
Plaintiff Solicitor:
MILTON A FRIEDMAN,
l2:i Seybpld Building,
Miami. Florida.
:: 17-24-11 4/7
ith
u is.-.
heret
as
Clerk.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF KH'Kll'A. IN AND Foil DADI.
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
Plaintiff, vs.
I lefendanL
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE i'oI'NTY JUDGE'S c. >URT
IN VNH FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
I ti ESTATE OF
Ri ISE UPSITZ,
I',
To All lorn and All Persona Hav-
ns or I lemanda Aga inat
s d Estate:
You, I each of : ou. arc hereby
i . demands huh you, or
elthei i. may have against the
. Ri ISE LIPSITZ, dei eased,
late of Miami, bade County, Florida,
to ih. Hon. w. F. Blanton, County
-i idr< i 'ade County, and file the
same i: his office In the County
*! In I lade i 'oui *' Florida,
within -iulii ralendm months from
the date '( the first publication hereof,
Sii ti i oi demands to contain the
leg ress of the claimant and t<>
} .-\^. -r:i to and presented rp afore-
i ame "ill be barred. See
St. 21 of the 1983 Probate Act,
Date Man h 17, A.l> 1950.
MILTON LEON I.IPSITZ,
As Ev cutoi of the 1. i-i Will and
Testami I I of ROSE LIPSITZ, De-
ri B<
ELKY STONE
Ait-- Executor.
MUSI'S.
MINNIE SPERLING.
MORRIS SPERLING,
Mr. Morris Sperling;,
c o llraverman.
ITOI Avenue R.
Brooklyn, New York.
You are required to serve a copy
ol your answer to the BUI "f Com-
plaint for Divorce on the plalntlfl s
attorney and to file the original
gnawer in the office of the Clerk of
ih,. Circuit Court on or before the
lnth day >< April, A D. 1850; otherwise,
the Bill of Complaint for Divorce,
heretofore filed herein, will be taken
as confessed by you.
Dated ill Miami. Florida, this Ihe
|i das of March. l5o.
E B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Clrcull "oui t,
i lade County Florida.
Circuit Coui i Seal I ,
By: WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk,
Nam.- and Address of
Plaintiff's Solicitor:
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN,
IH23 Seybold Building,
Miami. Florida.
:: 17-24-31 I 7
LEGAL NOTICE
f
lith
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW ........
NOTICE is HEREBY GH l-.N that
,;. uder.lgned. desiring to engage In
B^lness under the fictitious name
victory Cleaners at H"t> B-Wv, ,
Street. Miami. Fla., Intends to regie e
mid name with the Clerk of the Clr-
cu Court of ^e County. Ff--
ROSE BREESKIA
Sole Owner
J/J-10-X7-24-31
Florida.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IX Till: CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
l-l FVFXTH JUDICIAL C1RCUT
INAND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No.
FREd'c Z1NGLINE, Plaintiff, vs.
FRANCB8 .1 ZINGLINE. Defend-
to"Frances j. ZJNGJJNE.
.,:, HARMON STREET.
CORPUS CHR18T1, TEXAS
roil ARE REQUIRED to serve a
,.,.,, of your answer to the Bill of
Complaint on the plaintiffs ettorne>.
ml file the original answer in the
I flee of the Oerk of the Circuit
Courl on or before the 81 day
March, 1M0, In the abo\e entitled
;..,s,. for divorce, otherwise a Decree
Fro Confessu wUl be entered against
'"'' :" lhE 'b^^ka't^Vhm'a^;0-
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
,,"i""i' ,'oun "ayM. c. rawB,
Deputy Clerk.
EMAX1'BL I.KVINSON.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
607 Blaemyne Building,
Miami 32. Florida.
3/J.10-17-24
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IV THF COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No.
2:17:17.
In Re: ESTATE ok ____^^
1 JACOB JOSEPH SIMONHOFF.
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-
nol'F deceased, late of Dade County.
Florida, to the Hon. W. F. Blanton.
Countv Judge of Dade County, and
file the same in his office In the
Countv Courthouse In Dade County,
Florida, within eight calendar m
from the dat
hereof. Said .
contain the legal address of
claimant and to be sworn to
presented as aforesaid, or same
be barred. See Section 120 of
1933 Probate Act.
Date February 21st, A.D. 19o0.
HARRY SIMONHOFF
SAM S1MONHOFF
As Executors of the l-ast Will and
Testament of Jacob Joseph
Sinionhoff, Deceased.
2/24 3/3-10-17
raiDAY, MARCH
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICAtTT^T------.
N THE CIRCUIT c<^>AT1lN
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL ?,THE
IN AND FOR I A |.!' >."C.I-'1T
FLORIDA. m CHANCERY, &T'
Ml III i
130803.
RAFAEL MIRO and OTllIv
his wife, Plaintiffs, tgAtSi
ANTON and LOUISE ANTON^
fendants. ly-N. De-
TO: ALFRED ANTON
36 Rush Avenue,
Blnghamton, New Y'oik
AND
LOUISE ANTON,
36 Rush Avenue,
Blnghamton, New
YOU AND EACH
notified a Bill of Co
York.
OF YOl'
mplalnt for'
Declaratory Decree and othe'r rVt
has been filed against v., :,,?'
above cause and you are r,!" ^
to serve a copy of your A-"lr!?
the
and
will
the
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE ciltClIT ColItT OF THE
Hill JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No, 130740.
JOHN TABACCO, Plaintiff. Vs. MAI'.Y
TABAi 'C( >. I lefendant.
TO: MARY TABACCO
240 Angelo Street
Rochester. New York
You are required to serve a copy of
your answer to the Bill of Complaint
for Divorce on the plaintiffs attorney
and to file the original answer in the
of the clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the Srd day of
April, A.D 19.10; otherwise, the Bill
of Complaint for Divorce heretofore
filed herein will )" taken as confessed
by you.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this the
1st day of March, 1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida.
,:: i "oui t Seal)
By WM. w.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN i"i IUXTY JUDGE'S C< (CRT, I'ADF.
COUNTY, FLORIDA No 21391.
RE: ESTATE OF
MORRIS RAUBFOGEL.
I... -.-,]
NOTICE is hereby given that I
have riled my final report and petition
tor Final Discharge as Administratrix
of the estate of Morris Raubfogel,
deceased: and that on the 27 day of
March, I950, will apply to the Honor-
able .1 idge w. ,i. isianton, County
Judge of Dade County, Florida, for
approvi I of said final report and for
final discharge as Administratrix of
the estate of Morris Raubfogel, de-
ceased.
This 21 day of February, 1950.
ELSIE liAi'i.Fi KIEL,
MILTON \ RRIEDMAN
Atton.-. for Administratrix
2 24 :' .'-: n-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY fJIVEN that
the urderslgned, deahini to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Standard Rebullders at 5902 N.W. 7th
Avenue, Miami. Florida, intend to
registei nald name with the Clerk of
the Cln li; Court of Dade County,
Florida
ROBERT 01 'REN
JOE TEPPER
8 17-24-31 4 7-14
Name and address of
l'l.iii tiffs Solicitor:
NORMAN R. LYONS
:<: 4 i '.\ mpla Uuililing
Miami Florida
I 3-1Q-1T-24
STOCKING,
Deputy clerk.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IV THE CiltClIT COURT OF Iii;:
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DAI'K
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
I n'i i'i-ii'il'-RG FIEDLER. Plaintiff, vs.
WILLIAM MAX FIEDLER, De-
fendant.
TO: WILLIAM MAN FIBDIJBB
c o Alfred University
Alfred New York
YOU ARE REQUIRED to serve a
,-,,p\ of your answer to the bill Ol
complain) for divorce on the plaintiff's
attorney and file the original In the
of| of the Circuit Court Cl.rk on
or before April ::. 1950: otherwise the
allegations of .-aid Hill will be taken
as confessed by you.
Daled this 1st day of Match. 1950.
i: B, LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Cln ait COnrt Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE,
Deputy Clerk.
MARX M. FABER
Attorney for Plaintiff
112 Congress Building
Miami, Florida
:; 3-l"-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
The Silver Club at Dade County, Flor-
ida. Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
ADOI.PH A. HOLLANDER
3941 N. W. 1st Street, Miami
2/17-84 3/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
TO WlloM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, pursuant to the "Ficti-
tious Name Statute." House Bill No.
117r., Chapter No. 2096S, laws of
Florida, 1941, will register with the
Clerk 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-
ivit: ALLAN HARDWARE STORE
under which 1 am engaged in business.
I .xpeet to engage In business at
number fi^to N. w. 7th Avenue, in the
City of .Miami. Florida.
That the party Interested In said
business enterprise, Is as follows:
LILLIAN ROSENBAUM
ARONOVITZ & ARONOV1TZ. Attys.
Set bold Huildlng
3/3-10-17-24
Mate' of'Vhe nrsi" "pub licit ion { "^a?ntVs*Pa't,o,,. ""' VS2
iaid claims or demands to 0?fgInlalnnlf(ne *g% J Rte th.
the Circuit Court on or before iff
3rd day of April, 1950: other!?!! h
allegations of taid Bill of ConSlslil
will be taken as confessed by v '
MARCH 3. 1950.
E. B I. EAT H Kit MAN
Clerk of the Circuit ,,,.',
(Circuit Court Seal) tourt
By WM. W. STih'KING
JACK A. ABBOTT D'PUty *
Attorney for Plaintiffs
927 Lincoln Read.
Miami Beach, Fla.
3/10-17-24-31
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
The Tropical Shop at 23'.i S. W. gbri
St., Miami, Florida, Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of th
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida
'MICHAEL W MARTIN '
ELSIE MARTIN"
3/10-17-24-31 4/7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
XoTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
QOLDEN. ARROW MOTEL at 15600
Collins Avenue Hade County. Florida,
int.:.,ls to register said name with
the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
HAROLD B. CANTOR
KI.RY STONE
Attorney for Harold S. Cantor
: S-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
business under the fictil is name of
HERBERT JORDAN ORIGINALS at
Boom llOt, Fashion Mart. 127 N.W.
'ind Street, Miami, Florida, intend
to reglstel said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
MAX DROSD
BELLA DRoSD
HERBERT JORDAN
AMOS BENJAMIN
Attorney for Applicants
:i 10-17-24-3]
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tin- undersigngd, desiring to engage In
buslm tnder the fictitious nan, ,,**
Lucky Products Co., not Inc. at 1204
N. W 62tl Street. Miami. l'ade
Count.-. Florida, Intends to register
pa d I ne with the Merk of the Cil cull
Court of Dade County, Florida.
HERMAN B. SPRINGER
DeCOSTAS MAER & FLOYD,
607 Bisi ne Bldg., Miami, Fla.
Attorn. .- for Herman B. springer,
doing bus ness as Lucky Products
Co.. nol Inc.
n 17-24-31 4 7
NOTICE TO APPEAR
SMALL CLAIMS rnl'llT. FIFTH
DI8TRICT, I'ADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA No 3768
Jl ISEPH STII.I.MAX. d b ..
STANDARD GAS STATION,
Plaintiff, vs.
JERRY A. REGAN Defendant,
YOU, JERRY A. REGAN, are here-
by i -,(lined t.i appear for trial of the
above captloned cause on the lith
day of April, 1950, at 2:00 p.m. at the
Courthouse, l Meridian Avenue,
Bench, Florida, and your failure
to defend this cause will result In a
default and a Judgment being entered
for the plaintiff.
Dated .it Miami Beach. Florida, this
2nd day of March. 1950.
KENNETH OKA,
Judge of small Claims )OUl I
'SKA 1.1
MANFRED -I BERLINER
Attorney for Plaintiff
I Lincoln Road
10-17-24-31
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IX THE CIRCUIT COl'RT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No.
130661.
CATHERINE PATRICIA LeMOINE,
Plaintiff, vs. THEODORE LeMOINE,
I 'efendant.
TO: THEODORE LeMOINE
26 Wild wood Avenue
C.reellfield. Massa cli u set ts
You ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a suit for divorce has been
brought against you by CATHERINE
PATRICIA LeMOINE and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any on the Plaintiff's
Attorney. GEORGE J. TALIANOFF,
420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Flor-
ida, and file the original in the office
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
or before the 27 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.
197.0.
E. B LEATHERMAN,
cu-rk of Circuit Court.
'Circuit Court Seal)
By R. H. RICE. JR.,
.3-10-17-24 De"Uty C'erk
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IX AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No.
23610.
In Re: ESTATE OF
ROSE ME LIN SON,
11,-.-eased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You, and each of you, are -hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you. may have against the
estate of Rose Melinson. deceased,
late of Dade County, Florida, to the
Hon. W. F. Blanton, County Judge of
Dade County, and file the same In
his office In the County Courthouse
In Dade County,. Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims or
demands to contain the legal address
of the claimant and to be sworn to
and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred. See Section 120 of the
1933 Probate Act.
Date Feb. 2S, A.D. 1950.
GERTRUDE BERSON,
As Executrix of the Last Will and
Testament of Rose Melinson. De-
ceased:
MlLTo.X A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Executrix
3/:i-l"-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY 6IVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
L. & F. CORAL WAY KOSHER
MARKET at 1741 Coral Way. Miami,
Florida, Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
LOUIS TEICH
FRED I! ERNST KIN
THEODORE J. 8AKOWITZ
Attorney for Applicants
3/3-10-17-24
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. II.'iP.IDA-
IN CHANCERY, No. I30S99,
LEO F. ANTOIXE, Plaintiff, vs.
SH1RLEE AXTOIXE. Defendant
TO: SH1RLEE ANTOINE
161 Keystone Street
Reno, Nevada
You are required to serve a ropy of
vour answer to the Bill of Cnmplalti
for Divorce on the plaintiff's attunwr
and to file the original answer In tig
office of the Clerk of the Clrcjii
Court on or before the l"th day of
April, A.D. 1950: otherwise, tl* Bill
of Complaint for Divorce lie:rtchr
filed herein will be taken as contend
by you.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this ut
7th day of March, 1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Courl,
Dade County. Fioi Ida,
(Circuit Court Seal)
By F.
J. GOULD.
D.-puty Clerk.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Che undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Liberty Square Drug store at 12"4
tt. W. 82nd Street, Miami. Dade
County. Florida intends to register
nald name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida.
HERMAN i: SVR1NUER
DeCOSTAS, MAER A FLOYD,
f,"7 Biscayne Bldg., Miami, Fla.
Attorneys for Herman B, Springer,
doing business ils Liberty Square
Drug Store
8.17-24-81 4/7
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
The Jewish Floridlon so-
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
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCl'T
IN AND For HADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
130695.
HARRY WILLIAM BRADY. Plaintiff,
vs. MARGARET BRADY, Defendant
TO: MARGARET BRADY*,
727 Tenth Street. B.E.,
Washington I). C.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a Bill
of Complaint for divorce has been
filed against you in the above cause
and you are required to serve a cop)
of "). Answer on the plaintiff's al-
and file the original in the
office of the Clerk of the Clrcull
Court on or before the list day of
March, 1950; otherwise the allegations
of said Bill of Complaint will be taken
as confessed by you.
February 2*. 1950.
E B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. w.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No.
130094.
LILLIAN R. BRISTOW, I'laintiff, vs.
JAMES BRISTOW, Defendant.
TO: JAMES BRISTOW.
1332 Harvard Street. N.W'.,
Room 211,
Washington. D. C.
You are notified a Bill of Complaint
for divorce has been filed against you
In the above cans.- and you are re-
quired to serve a copy 'if your Answer
on the plaintiff's attorney and file
the. original In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
31st day of March. 19".'); otherwise the
allegations of said Bill of Complaint
will be taken as confessed by you.
February 28 19S0.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
'Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W.
Name and address of
Plaintiffs Solicitor:
NORMAN R. LYONS
914 Olympia Building
Miami, Florida
3/10-17-21-31_________________________,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT CO! RI OF THt.
11TH JUDICIAL CRCUIT g *
FOR DADE COUNTY, H.tiRIIM.-
IN CHANCERY. No. i:::-2::
RUTH PENIXHIF. >,':""ff- ,,
HENRY PENDORF, etaoWtg*"*;
HENRY SCHLAPrENI">UI'H, D>-
To'"hENRY PENDORF al- to"
as HENRY SCHLAPPENDOBPR
c/o MRS. M. BOWER. .....
235 SOUTH HOPE STREET
LOS ANGELES. CALIFORNIA. J
You are required to serve a MPT"
your answer to the B 11 ", ^
for Divorce on the Plalntlfl i AttortW
and to file the original anser in m
office of the Clerk of the < Irouit "-
on or before the 10th day of Apt*
A.D. 1950; otherwise, the Bill HSCi
plaint for Divorce hereto
herein will be taken as
yDATED at Miami, Florida, tall '"
S day of &f3^THEBMAN.
ir of the Circuit Court
JACK A. ABBOTT.
Attorney for Plaintiff,
S27 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach, Fla.
3 ::-!"-17-24
STOCKING,
Deputy Cl.rk
JACK A. ABBOTT.
Attorney for Plaintiff,
1*27 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach, Fla.
1/3-10-17-24
STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE, IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t,, eniMi;..
business under the fictitious name of
Charm House at 210H Coral Way,
Miami. Dade County. Florida. Intends
to register aaid name with the Clerk
of the circuit Court of Dade Countv.
Fioi Ida.
riv,-r!il'',",'!!'AS ALEXANDER
EMAN1 EL LEVENSON
Attorney at Law
'."7 Biscayne Building
Miami. Rforlda
3/3-10-17-24
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FI/iRIDA, IX AXD FOR DADE
county. IN CHANCERY, No.
180532.
SADYE MuSKo Plaintiff, vs.
MAX Most-Co, Defendant.
Mr -Max Mosko,
1487 Cahuenga
Hollywood 28, California.
You are required to serve a copy of
your answer to the Bill of Complaint
for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney,
and to file the original answer in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 27th day of
March. A.D. lsr.fl; otherwise, the Bill
of Complaint for Dtvorde, heretofore
filed herein, will be taken as con-
fessed by you.
Dated at Miami, Florida this the
22 day of February, 19",n.
E. B LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIC.E.
Deputy Clerk.
.Name and Address of
Plaintiffs Solicitor:
MILT'>N A FRIEDMAN,
1023 Seybold Building,
Miinil. Florida.
2 21 3/3-10-17
file!
(Circuit
Clerk of the
Dade County.
Court Seal)
By WM. W.
Name and address of
Plaintiffs Solicitor
NORMAN R. LYONS,
914 JJlympia BulldlnK
Mia nil Florida
3/10-17-24-31 _______
Florida.
STOCKING.
Deputy Cleric
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT Co}"1 SirCI'IT
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CII < g
OF FLORIDA, IN AN '! No
COUNTY. IN CHAN' EBIi
&&
Mrs. Bertha Graham,
Townsend,
Delaware.
You
your i
for Divorce on th
copy,1
are required tt.serve a^^
nswer to the '''?].,. -utorne}.
r divorce on the plaintiff"" th,
nd to file the original n*ercircall
,ffIce of the Clerk of dn!- of
i Wnfr.i-0 tlM ii* r Oil
Kurt on orbefore the 3,.n u-piU
March. A.D. 1950; other*ise.^^,
of Complaint for
filed herein, will
"StU^rStaml. Florida, this *
2, day of nCTJ8|gg$&t
C,e* 3 gft -Cfgtf
(Circuit
Dade County,
Court Seal)
By M.
C FEIC.E.
Deputy CU*
Name and Address of
M'^TVf^A^'FR'lEI'MAN.
102S Seybidd Building.
Miami, Florida.
2/24 3/4-10-17
:'"


mmAY. MARCH 17, 1950
100 Collegians
ra Tour Israel
On July 3 over 100 college
ctudents will leave New York for
: mnc week study tour of Israel
under the auspices of the Jewish
Aopncv. Participants in this
o'ieci. 'Israel: 1950," are being
rhosen from applicants attending
Anu ican colleges and universi-
ty bv the Intercollegiate Zionist
Federation of America, 131 West
Mth St.. New York. N. Y., in
' .. :: with the B'nai B'rith
Hillel F undations. The students
will fly both ways with Youth
^gosy. a non-profit travel or-
ganization.
During the first three weeks
participants will live in Jeru-
salem. They will stay at the
Hebrew Gymnasia directly across
from thi J< wish Agency building,
wj,en vernment is holding
its P.. ntary sessions. Pro-
fessors the Hebrew Uni-
lecture to the group
and ,j. will be concerned
with contemporary problems.
From Jerusalem students will
go on an extensive tour of the
visiting points of major
ities and settle-
ment^ and industrial and agricul-
tural rei Highlighting this trip
will be a bus tour through the
(jegev see the outpost com-
munities and the vast project of
; wastes. On-the-
spot observation of immigrant
camp- habilitation centers
will be f the study of the
displa ns, who are arriv-
inj at the rate of over
io'ooo .
On the way back to America
the grou] II stop in Paris for
and cultural activities.
raiiin O.M'Oola To
Hold Itfuiiion
Camp Osceola for Boys and
Gi Is hold its annual camp
reunion at the home of the di-
.md Mrs. Herberi
Silver. 950 Jefferson. Ave., Miami
Beach, on Sunday. March 19. at
camp friends and
I parents have been invited to be
Unhan.l for songs, refreshments
I and movies taken at camp last
| summer.
The : announce that the
]"''? :i Julv 2 and close
[August 26. This is Osceola's 26th
:th year under the
ration. Mr. Silver is
Inow I rig al the South Beach
S hool, while Mrs.
her at the Nautilus
I Sen ..
at ion is now open for
lumpers for both Camp Osceola
lior boys and Camp Osceola for
gins, i: -. ,| parenta may con.
icci the directors by .calling
|5-o9.a or 5-4239.
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The Miami Beach Apartment
Association, Inc. wil Ihold its fifth
annual dinner dance and installa-
tion at Copa City on Sunday
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PAGE TWENTY-ONE
evening, March 19.
Mrs. Rose Solinsky and Mrs.
Irene Adler are co-chairmen of
the affair. Tickets may be pur-
chased at the office of the as-
sociation, 420 Lincoln Road.
Person Sought
Chayah Sandberg, formerly of
Pinsk, Poland, and now residing
at Haifa, Israel, is seeking her
sister's daughter, Elka Botnofsky,
who had been a dressmaker in
Pinsk and arrived in this country
about 20 or 25 years ago and is
now living in Brooklyn, New
York. Anyone with information,
about her present whereabouts is.
asked to communicate with
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Peekskill, N. Y.
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JEWS IN SPORTS
Irwin Dambrot, City College
co-captain, has been selected to
play for the East team in the
annual Herald-Tribune charity
game tween the Eastern and
Western quintets. Dambrot will
also be a member of the Ail-
American aggregation which will
tour the country in conjunction
with the Harlem Globetrotters
from April second through April
nineteenth. He is the only Jewish
player on the all-star squad.
? *
Ben Jeby. former middleweight
boxing champion of the world is
being given serious consideration
as the successor to the late Leo
Houck. boxing mentor at Penn
State. State annually turns out
one of the best boxing teams in
collegiate circles.
Leonard Lewin. basketball and
baseball scribe for the New York
Dailv Mirror, is currently busily-
engaged in selling TV stations a
film short showing the Harlem
Globetrotters in action. Lewin re-
ports that the Trotters have be-
come the greatest sports aggrega-
tion in the country today. They
have broken attendance records
wherever they play.
This column traveled to Phila-
delphia last week to watch the
Trotters in action against the
Philadelphia Sphas. The Phila-
delphia Arena was filled to
capacity and the firemen refused
to allow any more spectators in
the arena. Eddie Gottlieb, who
promoted the game, told us that
the arena could have sold 5,000
more tickets and his own office
By HASKELL COHEN
He is averaging 10.7 points per
game and batting at a .323 a\er
3gMax Zaslofsky of the Chicago
Stags has passed the thousand
point mark with 1.006. HeI to
hitting 16.5 per game and has a
.352 hitting average Jerry
Fleischman of the Philadelphia
Warriors has scored 2-o points
and is just under five points per
game. He is batting .283 while
Nelson Bob, teammate, has scored
201 points with 4.1 points per
game and a hitting average of
Bill -Holzman of the Rochester
Rovals has 488 points thus far
with a 7.9 points per game aver-
age and is batting .318. Adolph
Schayes leads the Syracuse Nats
in scoring with 960 tallies. He is
scoring at a 16.6 game clip and
is batting .379.
Harry Bovkoff. former bt.
John's all-American. has tallied
704 points with 12.4 per game
and is batting at the high rate of
an even .400.

Baseball experts are agreed thai
Sid Gordon should hit twenty
points better in the Boston Braves
park than he did at the Polo
Grounds. Sid hits a very long
ball and in the Polo Grounds
belted many flys to left center
which were caught. Those who
know Sid's prowess at the bat
feel that a big percentage of these
hits which were caught in the
Polo Grounds will fall safely in
the Braves field.
Community Workers
Form Association
At a meeting in New York
recently eighty P^ssiona
and local Jewish comun.ty rela
tions agencies formed a piofes
sional organization to be knemn
as the Association of Jewisn
Community Relations Workers.
Maurice B. Fagan. executive di-
rector of the Philadelphia Jewish
Community Relations Council
was elected the first chairman of
the association. The purposes of
the association, as stated in the
constitution adopted at the meet-
ing, were as follows:
a To establish and maintain
high standards for those engaged
professionally in the Jewish com-
munity relations field.
b To encourage and provide
opportunities for the exchange of
views and experiences on prob-
lems, programs and trends in
community relations work.
c To stimulate the develop-
ments, presentation and analysis
of ideas, concepts, skills and
techniques in community relations
work.
d To encourage cooperation
between Jewish community rela-
tions workers and other com-
munal workers and between the
association and other professional
associations in related fields.
e. To encourage among Jewish
community relations workers the
fullest possible understanding of
Jewish life and values and the
application of Jewish ideals of
social justice and human dignity.
In addition to Mr. Fagan,
the following officers were
FRIDAY, MARCH 17
elected: J- Harold Saks, di-
rector administrative division,
Anti Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith, New York, vice-
chairman; Walter A. Lurie, pro-
gram analyst, National Communi-
ty Relations Advisory Council,
New York, secretary; Arnold
Harris, executive secretary, Com-
munity Relations Committee of
the Jewish Community Council
of Essex County, New Jersey,
treasurer.
Tubby Raskin, former Brooklyn
lcneis ana nis own oiiilc -j------ --- -, -,
could have sold an additional j College coach of basketball who
5 goo ils now conditioning the Brooklyn
' The next night in Boston, 13.909 College tennis team, has prospects
were allowed in the Boston Gar- for one of the best tennis squads
den after which the fire depart- in the Metropolitan New York
ment stopped the sale of tickets, area Only one squad in the
The 13.910th customer slapped I whole city appears to be as good
his monev down and said, "All I or better than his boys. Tubby
right, so I can't see this game | has his kids out every day run-
so, here's money for the next time. ning around the track. He is a
that the Trotters play here." | great believer in conditioning and
The following Sunday, two
separate bills were put on in
White Plains. New York, in order
to accommodate the customers. A
sell-out crowd saw the afternoon
games when the Sphas. Trotters.
Rens. and Celtics participated. In
the evening the same four clubs
packed the house and turned
away 8.000 clamoring customers.
Sonny Hertzberg of the Boston
Celtics in the National Basketball
Association, is the second highest
scorer on the club with 644 points.
will not stand for athletes who
let themselves get out of con-
dition.
Raskin is, undoubtedly, one of
the best basketball brains in the
country and it's a shame that he
is not at the helm of one of the
larger college squads. College
and high school coaches in New
York flock to him constantly for
advice.
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FRIDAY. MARCH 17, 1950
*J*nisiirk>ri(fian
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
PAGE TWENTY-THREE
Northside Jewish Center. 6231
w.u/. First Ct.
.. : ~ hcol classes every Sunday
e of Dr. Win. Boros, 653
Km- ,; gt, Hebrew classes under
N [ Ri v. Philip Fried at 6701
v u ; Am-, on Mondays and
, p from 4 to 6 p.m.
North Dade Jewish Center
(Conservative). 13630 W. Dixie
Highway. North Miami.
mini services at 8:15 con-
Joseph Keller, religious
followed by an Uneg
Sunday school in a.m.
First Jewish Congregation of
Coral Gables, 2410 Ponce de Leon
Blvd. (Conservative).
rvenlng services at 8:30.
I... "\ niiaai Lessen will offlclnte.
ll bal Will I"- served l,y the
\|i mbera and friends are
Flagler-Granada Jewish Cen-
ter, 175 S.W. 45th Ave.
gal | .-., -.,: vices at 9 a.m.
Israelite Center (Conservative)
3198 S.W. 24th Terr.
Fi ,i services at 6: Saturday
[i, Dally services at 8
Temple Emanu-El (Reform),
1801 S. Andrews Ave., Fort Laud-
erdale. Dr. Marius Ranson, Rabbi.
i; m will cnnduct the
Iday, Services: Satur-
.(i il at the Hollywood
I Hotel ilehrew school at the
-. ..! ij 9:15 a.m. Hellelous
al 9:445.
Congregation Kneseth Israel
(Traditional). 1415 Euclid Ave..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H.
Ever.
Mind ly at g:04 p.m. Kabhalas
phabbo* t 6:18 p.m. Saturday morn-
|ns s< al R:30 conducted by a
I. .. Rabbi l.'ver will deliver
loi Rabbi will lecture at 5 p.m.
. if the Week, followed
by m ai Shalos Seudos. Emlros
anil remark* by Kuests. Daily service
II evening at 6 p.m. Daily
II school from 1:30 Monday
tl Thursday; religious school
a.m.
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center (Conservative), 1701
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor
Jacob Y. Goldring.
i. Iday service at 8:30 p.m.
I will speak on "We
I. Is." Sunday at 3:30 dedlca-
ocuusrs
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o'clock.06" 8aturday morning at 9:00
Congregation xoung Israel (Or-
thodox). 4001 Chase Ave.. Miami
Beach,
pally services at s a.m. Mlncha and
u anr-!n 1 ","' -Mi"'"" '-"""V night
at 5.80. Baturday morning services at
9 a.m. Mim-ha Saturday nlnht at
^followed by Shalos Uff and
TTereth Israel Congregation of
Miami (Orthodox). 4316 N.W. 7th
Avenue.
Friday evening services at 6 p.m
^..tunlay mornffig at 9:30 a.m. A
Tesldents In that area are Invited to
at i t>iif I.
North Shore Jewish Center
(Conservative). 916 Everglades
Concourse, Miami Beach (Aits
Chaim Congregation). Rev. Philip
Fried. "
Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m.
The rabbi wiu speak. An open forum
aiscusslon and an on.-K Shabbat fol-
lows. Saturday morning servl
9:15 a.m. Sunday school at in a.m. at
Biseayne Elementary School.
Congregation Beth Tfilah (Or-
thodox). 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami
Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovslcy.
Friday evening services at 6:15 p.m.
\i'\\ ,,,nf; sll1'liat of season at :3n.
Rabbi will speak on "Time and Free-
dom. Saturday morning services at
V3C. Jiurlng the morning service Habbl
Racke.vsky will speak on "I'romotlon
of "ioid." At 4:3" the rabbi will speak
on the Portion of the Week followed
at :. p.m. bj Mlncha, Bnalosh Seudos
an ^ O'clock the Chevrah Mishnavos will
hold a malave malke. Morning services
dally at 7 and S a.m. Class in Mlshnah
:.t T "" a.m. Kvening servli.s dallv at
6.18 p.m. followed by class In Laws and
Customs. Maarlv follows. Classes will
be conducted by Rabbi Rackovaky.
Temple Israel (Reform). 137
N.E. 19th St. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan.
Rabbi Emeritus.
Friday evening services at 8:15.
Mrs Isaac Levin win recite the bless-
ing over the candles. Dr. William
Howard Flneshrlber, rabbi of Cons;,
Keneseth Israel, Philadelphia, will be
guest speaker. His topic will be Th-
Healing I'ower of Faith." Sabbath
eve reception under sisterhood spon-
sorship will follow. Mrs. Adolph
Werthelmer, house and refreshments
chairman, will be assisted by Mrs.
Harry V. Simons, hospitality chair-
man; Mrs. Elry Stone, co-chairman:
Mrs. O. I-ouls Mendelson and Mrs.
Max Hnltsberg, hostesses for March.
Saturday mornine services at 11 a.m.
Harvey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer
Miller, and grandson of Mrs. George
A. Diamond, will become Bar Mltsvah.
A reception in his honor will follow.
Jewish Community Center
(Conservative). 2020 Polk St.,
Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig;
Cantor Milton Freedman.
Early Friday services at 5:30. Rabbi
Honig will conduct the services and
officiate on Jewish Music Sabbath.
Saturday morning services at 9:30.
Rabbi will preach on "Weekly Portion
of the Law." Sunday morning assem-
bly and religious school.
Hebrew Academy. 918 6 th St.,
Miami Beach.
Friday evening services at 6:00
Saturday morning at 9 a.m. Sol L.
Sugarman, principal, will deliver a ser-
mon on "Daniel Frisch and Jewish
Leadership in Contemporary Jewish
Life." Class In study of Mishna Satur-
day at 4:45 p.m. Mincha services at
BIW f"!:"WMl by Shalos Seudos
Daily
s at's.fs"STm. Kuiy"aerVicea I Conar9ation Beth Jacob (Or
at8a!'mam' and S:15 "'" Sunday | thodox). 301-311 Washington Ave
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Temple Beth Snoiom tLiberal),
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Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor
Samuel Kelemcr.
...aV'^'V. evening services at 8:11.
Rabbi Kronish win apeak ,.,, fhe
Revolu ...nary.- commemorating the
'h nn Iveraary .,, the birth of the
'-,'>tephen S. Wise. Sabbath service
iin i' ''"' 'r''"""1 ':c iii become Bar Mltsvah. Sunday
M ondivM ,.'"'"'',n BCh0l ****
Hondas through Thursday.
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W.
12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Berele Kelemer.
Friday evening services .at fi:ir>.
At services Saturday mornine at 9
am. thei rabbi will speak on "Moses'
Blessing. Mlschna class at 6 p m
""owed by Mlncha and Shalos Seudos.
V V. ',',''' ,"'" s|lf''lk Mie Portion
or we Week, Bar Mltsvah services
Sunday mornine at 8:3f. followd l.v :,
Bar Mltsvah breakfast Sunday school
it in a in. Hebrew scheal dally 8:1S
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*Je*i$t fhridliair Mil Say... la tiio Magen David il-." emblem of Judaism? Not according to Gershwin Si h ilem, n ited scholar "f the Hebri w univ< rsity. This authority on mysticism does not know how or when ;t entered Jewish symbolism Yet today, the Six Pointed St;.:occupies the center in the flag of Israel. The Menorah In ancient times, the Menorah was the Jewish ns gnia I n i tl seven branched candlestick inscribed on wails in the subterrannean Jewish bu vaults in Rome, known as catacombs. It is quite fit) ng for this candelabrum to be the symbol Judaism. Designed by M ises, it stood in the Temple near the Holy of Holies, which enclosed the Ark and its Winged Cherubim. It is drenched in religious emotions, in sacred memories, in ethical-historical associations. But the double triangle has no such background. Mentioned neither in the Torah. the Talmud, the Zohar. nor in Jewish literature pri to the 19th century, it is surprising that the Six Pointed Star should have usurped the legitimate place occupied by the Menorah. Obscure Origins It may sound strange, but the origin of many hallowed customs, usages, or cults are unknown F example, there is nothing in the Old Testament about the elaborate cult of Kashruth. How it arose we can only surmise. Other religions have similar experiences. According to H. G. Wells, the cross, m its various forms, was a sacred symbol long before the birth of Christianity. The same is true of the Christmas tree, the Easter festival, and many other celebrations taken over by the church. .4 Magical Talisman The Six Pointed Star is sometimes found on ancient >h tombstones. In the 3rd centurv Svnagogue %  ntly unearthed at Sapernaum in Galilee, this ation along with swastikas and igns. During the middle iges, fear of demons in the < :::.n. the Mosl [hi Jew ish world. This star JTUDAY^MARCH 17 The Six Pointed Star Of David By HARRY SIMONHOFF was then used as a Cabalistic charm to ward off evil spirits. When the Cabala I k on magical mumbobo as a side line, the Six Pointed Star became the Seal of Solomon. We must remember that in the 16th century, the study of Cabala, as a philosophy or magic, became popular among Christians. From then on the six triangles star was designated as the Shield of David. When printing came into use. the rose to set this star on the front page colophon with other artistic embellishments. Ensign of Redemption In the 17th centurv. pent up Jewish emotions found an outlet in a great Messianic upsurge. This Zionist debacle, led by the false Sabbatai Zevi. appears tj have found in the Magen David the symbol of the Messiah. But the political phase of this fantastic agitation degenerated into a superstitious mysticism. which expressed itself in Cabalistic clap-trap. Thereafter the Shield of David was inscribed in amulets. Hebrew Kamayes used widely by Jews and Christians to protect newly born children from demons, as well as to guard against the evil eye and other portents of disaster. P r ague Back in feudal times, the Jewish community in Prague had a flag embodving the Magen David for the welcoming ceremonies of a newly elected emperor. Other communities in Moravia and Bohemia likewise adopted this coat of arms. Its use gradually filtered into Germany and East Europe as the communal seal on official documents. By the 18th century, this star was placed on the satin curtain covering the Holy Ark in Synagogues. It was also woven with golden thread upon the velvet mantels that encased the Torah parchments. On Synagogues With the emanicipation, the intelligentsia felt that led some distinguishing mark. Just as the cross designated a church there should be some emblem to identify the Svnagogue \\\ ovo the custom spread to place the Sh'eld ,fn ^ the outside of Synagogue buildings Travti d *! world over could immediately M-coen l institution by the sign of the doubktrian 1 "* The Zionist Flag the first Zionist convention in 1897 -ho f that a nation must rallv under iu ,.„„ u d (lr At They could find nothing more appropn „ K n H Magen David. By this time it had become a .n !" M Jewish ensign, yet without the religious siani' Versal attached to the Menorah in olden times in ,L H flag, they placed the blue Six Point Star in th." H field between two parallel bars. Again th %  v^'H David became the symbol of Redemption t^ 8 mark of Zion. lne MM The Nazi Badge of Shame Anti-Semites now pounced upon the Maeen rw as the sinister labarum of Judaism. In onna^ they resurrected the pre-historic swastiK !N oriflamme of Aryan herrenfolk. Nazis "forrw* i. ield of David as a chevron SVJ?* to wear the Shield a badge of shame. Like the cross to Christian Six Point Star became the escutcheon of as a chevron of dishono, of torment, of degradation. Millions suffering, y* ,••, vi wwmuau. minions awaited rliv in torture camps and gas chambers identifier) Zi\ by the Shield of David. "entitled onl, | Flag of Israel The founders of the Jewish State retained HJ Z.on flag with the Magen David in its centering Israel was admitted into the United Nation* t2 Foreign Minister. Moshe Sharett. declared a t A ceremony these words: "This Star of David whX I we carried with us in the thousands of years of of dispersion, of martyrdom This Star of S which has been a rallying point for the forces of ih. Jewish people struggling to achieve liberation in !" ancestral home This Star of David has now DM raised proudly as the 59th flag in the great cS I symbolizing the aspirations and unitv of mankind" Girls* laroup To Seal Officers • •'• : B"n : B 1 itl l th( Restat %  16. al % %  .:. will be conducted by Mrs. Katz Advisi :. %  w ill be Doris Brown and Doris Klein Incoming officers will be L 11 Albert, president: Carolyn Feldman, vice president: Wilma Sr.jlman. recording secretary: Myra Fc-it. corresponding secretary; Myra Hass. chaplain: and Barbara Fast, reporter. Past preside.-.: is Barbara Rosen Tropical Lodge Launches Membership Campaign A mi ;n has been launched by Tropical Lodge. B'nai B'rith, for th ntl h and April, it hainnounced by Sam Kessler, | dent. Under thi tin tion f L mard Uhr, financial secretary and William Herzbrun. membership chairman, the committee will contact young men over 21 who are interested in serving B"nai B'rith. Plans for future programs include: hay ride, sports party to witness the Globe-Trotters "professional basketball team, a spring dance, and a theatre performance of 'The Mikado." the Hillel benefit production. FOR PASSOVER PLEASURE and Good Nourishment! BREAKSTONE'S FARMKR CHEESE CREAM CHEESE COTTAGE CHEESE SOI R CREAM SWEET HITTER WHIPPED BITTER KOSHER FOR PASSOVER nosb THD And Ail Year Round CERTIFIED BY RABBI LIBER COHEN OF NEW YORK Be sure that die name Auxiliarv Will Sponsor Danco Mrs. Jennie Grossinger will be : rd annual dance (•f the Miami Ladies Auxiliary, Jewish Home for the Age I, n Sunday. Marc it 19. at the Gi ssingpr Pancoast Hotel. Proceeds win oe used tor the building fund. Mrs. Grossinger has arranged for a full evening's entertainment, including dancing, a floor show and refreshments. Participants in the show will be Emil Cohen, master of ceremonies: Leon Kramer, singer and comedian: Charles Yulish. pantomimist. and Murray Phillips, folk singer. 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*Je*i*ti Capitol Spotlight By MILTON FRIEDMAN serious preparations hostilities. ASHINGTON-During recent Lifzionistt have found a 1 ng challenge .n Washington 2%BM Arab propaganda np aign begins to pay off. J; hile a number of m to review his attinumber embers of Congress of State 4i-he*on to review ..... — £ n toward 'he Near East arms i e to*aio legis iators lack InfflerstandinJ !" the situa•"£ seemed to have the I Kssion that Israel has tedffi Moscow's orbit; others V? wnv Israel won't respect K-nUed Nations on the inter.iSation of Jerusalem; and rSe vet others who blamed 1 to the fa te of the Arab ugees. W as evident that the Arab %  ••ding up EveryUganda machine is riding up Tnltol Hill in high gear E' r o ne finds distortion and fcbtimplantrd in the minds of fngressmen and government oflials bv skilled American propandist's paid by the Arabs. ihose Congressmen who spoke for Israel, in connection with 'arms affair, all seem to recent districts which include fge Zionist groups. Outside of 'Jewish "representatives who ually advance Israel's cause, { %  W ho sounded off were all Em New England. Southerners, fcsterners. and many midwestRepublic, ns either expressed fcinterest in the situation or lied sharp questions which incated bias Rep. James E. Van kndt. a Pennsylvania Repubhopenly advocated that the S. arm Egypt and criticized the jonist "pressure group." Van Tndt's constituency, around Alona, is largely Catholic. He was Iree times national commanderf-chief of the Veterans of Joreign Wars. At least one top-flight public llations firm, located in the fational Press Building, daily Pis the mails with pro-Arab litticity. The mail sacks are heavy between the Arab embassies and the offices of the Holyland Emergency Liaison Program (H.E.L.P.). From these and other pressure points there is an endless stream of antiIsrael propaganda flooding into Congressional mailboxes. And, as many know, Jewish anti-Zionists are the source of some 'of the most harmful calumny. Many Zionists, it seems, are bewildered by the Near Eastern arms race. Misunderstanding arose from a State Department announcement that Israel has received more American arms than any Arab state. The truth is that, while Israel has been getting a carefully-controlled trickle of airplane parts and other material, this aid has been insignificant compared to the deluge of heavy munitions poured into the Arab states by Great Britain and other Western European powers. Why should the Arabs pay trans-Atlantic freight charges when they can get the same munitions directly from Britain and other European countries which are supplied by the U. S. under the Atlantic pact? Israel's finances, already badly depleted by the development of the country and absorption of the continuous flow of arrivals, suffered added strain from the expensive arms race. While the heavily-laden munitions ships ploughed through the Mediterranean, the State Department said ... "the area is tranquil ... an anlysis of information available to the department indicates that no party to the Palestine dispute is making to renew Meanwhile, more Nazi Luftwaffe veterans arrived in Cairo and Baghdad to fly the new British jet planes. Egypt's new naval craft, including submarines, held maneuvers off the Gaza strip. And Effendi Isaa Sabbagh, an Arab propagandist who has long despised the Zionist movement, daily broadcasts the proper slant on things to the Arab states over the "Voice of America." The "Voice" is sponsored by the State Department. Sabbagh, a follower of the Mufti of Jerusalem, is on the U. S. payroll. It seems in Washington that American Zionists would not be able to relax for some time. •Jr. Hadassah To Hold Card Party Miami Beach Junior Hadassah will hold a benefit card and games party, Thursday, March 16, at 8:30 p.m. at the Commodore Room of the Vanderbilt Hotel, Miami Beach. Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz is chairman of the affair and committee chairmen assisting her are Marlene Yavener, Naomi Segal. Beverly Raphael and Annette Melich. Proceeds of the affair will be sent to the Meier Shfeyah Orphaned Children's Village in rnur, r it iua*sy T {Q -jTuree P.M. DISC JOCKEY NOAH TYLER MAY PHONE YOU DURING THE SHOW AND ASK YOU A QUESTION THAT WILL MEAN A NICE GIFT. More and Afore—Your Favorite Station For Music and Newt LAND Of SUN DAIRIES TAKES PRIDE AND PLEASURE IN AGAIN ANNOUNCING THAT IT WILL BE PRIVILEGED TO SERVE ITS MANY JEWISH PATRONS WITH KOSHER FOR PASSOVER flDE"? IPS Milk and Dairy Products Under the Supervision of BETH JACOB VAAD HAKASHRUS Rabbi Moses Mescheloff Congregation Beth Jacob. Director Phone 5-5537 Now! TO INSURE YOUR REQUIREMENTS i or order from route salesman \. ——— r



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+Jen 1st Her Mian PAGE THREE [SriberToBe emple Israel Guest William Howard Fineregal lelph Harvey Miller To Become Bar Mitzvah *£' KwUieth Israel, Philapgatw" ver the pulpit **£. Friday at 8:15. studied at the nnatl and was h v e, !f a ? the Hebrew Union [_liinpc. L.IJ u;<. .'"flj. held his i/rfe tollege /. • | ;n Davenport tP9, s i there for 11 PVT Children of Israel, [ He officiated %  empng24 when he became Krfl -.congregation. [ .calleatoConCegatior j %  here un timed upon him by Temple BE jeI P hia ; Dr Fineshriber has played an ISL Mrt in the civic and comfc3Bte I'he state and city, K among other positions [* n ;. n .v P : -he Pennsylvania BtaS • ird for the NaiffiRecovery Administration $933-34) He has served as arbiL for many of the ead.ng inftustries ol Pennsylvania. In REhe wai .warded a medal by the governor for his services lo the state. ^oureff Unveiling The dt,: • :. if a monument wo the memory of '-he late Sonia Goureff formerly of 747 Michigan Ave Miami Beach, will take place Sunday at 2 p.m. at Mt. J-j na l ( with Rabbi Murt av o ifficiating. Mrs. Kourefi survived by one son, %  one daughtei and a grandchild. %  arrangements are in charge of %  Palme-.-'.Miami Monument Co. lFriends and relatives are asked [to be prest rl I Mendelsohn Unveiling Harvey Miller The (!•.. .ration of a monument %  to the n • : y of the late Isidore %  Mendel.-' nn will take place SunIdav at 2 m at Mt. Nebo CemeIta'y. Mi Mendelsohn is survived IWruiv. • Jessie, and a daughter %  Mrs. Ifetta Rubin. Arrangements %  areinc. ge of Thurmond MonuInen: C Friends and relatives %  are ask-., i attend. Harvey Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Miller and grandson of Mrs. Sadie Diamond and Julius j Miller, of this city will become i Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, March 18, .at Temple Israel. Harvey is a student of Shenandoah Junior High School, vice president of the Speech Club, and a member of the Elks Club Boy Scout Troop. Out-of-town guests attending will be Mrs. F. Bell and Miss G. Bell of New York and the Misses Horwitz, Rosen, Folus and Mr. and Mrs. W. Kellner of Baltimore, Md. Newman Heads Beach Lodge Godfrey K. Newman, Miami Beach attorney, has been elected president of Miami Beach B'nai B'rith Lodge. He succeeds David R. Isen. A graduate of the University of Miami Law School. Newman has practiced law in Miami Beach since 1938. He has been a resident of Miami Beach for the past 17 years, and served in the last war as a naval lieutenant. He is a member of the Miami Beach Elks Lrdge. the Hibiscus Lodge. Masonic Order and is the treasurer of the Miami Beach Bar Association Newman attracted county wide attention during the past year as the program director for the Miami Beach B'nai B'rith Lodge. He will maintain lodge offices at 420 Lincoln Road during the coming year. Other officers elected to serve with Newman were vice presidents. George J. Talianoff. Jules P. Channing, Jack Gold and Samuel Shapiro: recording secretary, Saul Genet; treasurer, Irving Schatzman; financial secretary, Barnett Beckerman; monitor, David R. Isen: assistant monitor, Herbert L. Markow; warden. Max Lieber; guardian, Sol Goldstrom; trustees, Harry Zuckernick. Siegfreid Geismar, Paul Seiderman, Jack A. Abbott. Walter C. Kovner, Harold Turk, Jack August, George J. Bertman and Arthur D. Frishman. Boston Club To Hold Installation Dance The Greater Miami Boston Club has scheduled a dinner dance and installation of officers for Wednesday evening, March 22, at the Cadillac Hotel. The affair is open to all Bostonians now residing or visiting in the area and reservations mav be made by calling Mrs Edna Babich at 58-74.. Solomon Named Normandy Isle Businessman I Leo So!; m was recently named [as an":> : the city's personnel board replacing Attorney I David ('. an who resigned two I weeks Package Party To Aid School The Sisterhood of the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation will hold its annual package party on Sunday, March 19, at 7:30 p.m. at the school building, according to Mrs. Herbert Feldan, chairman. Proceeds will go toward the equipment of the school. Next meeting of the sisterhood will be held on Tuesday, March 21, at 1:30 p.m., Mrs. Joseph Schwadron, president, has announced. Election of officers will take place. The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH The Only Community-Wide Kashrulh Association. Participating Agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, informs the public that: „ 1. Meat Markets without the sign of the GMVH n 1D.1 dis| yed are neither supervised nor endorsed by the Vaad, 2. Chickens without the ring of the GMVH fl IDJ ither supervised nor endorsed by the Vaad: 3. Hotels and Restaurants may buy kosher meats and yet not be Kosher; ,„ 4. Stat. ments such as "Traditional S'dorim Conducted do erify that the place is kosher; 5. Chickens with the GMVH ring n 1 B 3 are endorsed only whi a they are freshly killed and not when they are 6. Don't buy any PRODUCTS FOR PASSOVER unless you consult an authentic, orthodox Rabbi as to the veracity ot tl • Rabbi who endorses the product. For other information about Kashruth call our Director. MMM J osepr F. Rackovsky. 818 Michigan Avenue. TtlWhWMS-SW. HARRY SIRKIN. Pres. V'XSSF^S A. M. BEAR. Vice Pres. S. LOBEL^Treas. Gables Zionists To Hold Party Coral Gables Zionist District v/ill sponsor a card party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Simon, 1927 N.W. 3rd St.. on Sunday, March 19, at 8 p.m. Working on plans for the event, in addition to Mr. and Mrs. Simon, are Mrs. Meyer Fine and Mrs. N. Weidberg. Proceeds from the affair are earmarked for the work of the district. Mrs. Conrsho II Is Party Hostess Mrs. Aaron Courshon will be hostess at a games party for the' Hannah Senesch Group of Hadassah on Tuesday, March 21, at | 1:30 p.m. at the Breakwater Hotel. Assisting the hostess will be the Mesdames Nathan Kaplan, i Irving Frumkes, Max Weitz, Samuel T. Sapiro, Louis L. Gold| man, Morris Alpert, Irwin WeinBeth David Plans Seder I The annual Congregational Beth David Seder will take place at j the new synagogue on Saturday, April 1, at 7:30 p.m. A catered banquet and traditional service ; will be held with Rabbi Max; Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mamches officiating. 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ifcdlie\wiislUEIliOJPidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY 23 NUMBER 11 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. MARCH 17, 1950 PRICE: TEN CENTS [903,208 Pledged In 1950 CJA To B T control Holy %  %  %  A .. City Immigration, late, Campaign Activities Continue Abdullah Lashes At Arab League L total of S903.208 has been laid to date in the 1950 ComWed Je*:-^ Appeal, according Dan B. Ruskin, campaign lhairman. More than 400 volunteer workers meeting in Kaplan Hall of fcmple Israel Monday night Jurned in 2.597 pledges totaling 67.297. Urging workers to "continue bur efforts until we put it over top" Ruskin pointed out that 0903 of the SI.481.146 sought i 'been allocated to ten local gencies. Principal speaker at Monday gfat's gathering was Richard Bgrtner, Israeli industrialist, who brought -....-tings from "your How Jews in Israel who are deeply appreciative of your help i bringing back dignity into the lives of 100.000 displaced persons." The meeting was dedicated to %  the trades division of the camIpaign, which is headed by Aaron IKanner and Leo Chaikin. Ruskin %  pointed out that the unit has a Iquota of $933,800. or 63 per cent %  of the drive goal. An award was presented by IKanner to Al Sherman, co-chairIman of the hardware, paints and Ichemical division, for interviewing SO prospects to date. Special recognition was also fgiven to Hen Zion Ginsburg and Sol Goldman, co-chairmen of the apartment house division, for turning in pledges of $10,060 from 75 prospects. Reports Monday night included: Winter residents, $1,950, making a total of $186,886 or 64 per cent of its quota. Hotels, $15,590, for a total of 121.067. 37 per cent of its total. Women's, $18,300, for total of $60,951, 51 per cent. Metropolitan, $13,984, for total of $30,543, 40 per cent. Trades. $35,465, for total of $501,348, 55 per cent. Next meeting of the group will be held Thursday, March 16, at 8 p.m. at Kaplan Hall. The meeting will be dedicated to the metropolitan unit and two outstanding workers will receive special awards. The report meeting scheduled for Monday, March 20, at 8 p.m. at the same place will honor the hotel, v/inter resident and women's units. All campaign workers will be honored at the victory breakfast to be held at Reid's Restaurant on Sunday, March 26, at 10 a.m. PRESIDENTIAL BRUNCH Fourth in a series of functions, given by the women's division of the appeal, will take place at 11 a.m. on Monday, March 20, at A total of $6,375 was pledged by those present. This sum represents a 95 per cent increase over contributions made by the same group last year. Aaron Kanner described the local needs to the group and urged those present to solicit the aid of other members of the industry. HOTEL HONOR ROLL A special hotel unit roll of honor is being prepared, according to an announcement by Joseph M. Rose. Harry Sirkin and Joseph Gardner, co-chairmen. Substantial contributions from members of the hotel industry will be listed, he said. Plans are being made for a lawn party to be held at the home of Mrs. Bess Nelson on Saturday night. March 25. TEL AVIV. (JTAi— King Abdullah of Transjordan this week lashed out in open defiance of the Arab League for hampering GENEVA. (JTA)—The U. N. his negotiations with Israel which Council Agrees Trusteeship Council, which is currently considering a draft Statute for an international regime in Jerusalem, agreed this week that immigration into the city shall be placed under the j control of the U. N. governor. The I governor would receive his in•traction* from the council which would take into consideration the absorptive capacity of the city and the equality of religious communities when it sets quotas. It was also decided that Arabic and Hebrew would be the official working languages of the administration. In the event that another becomes necessary the authorities are authorized to use one of several other posible languages as an official tongue. may lead to the resumption of a normal life for Arabs affected by the war. Reminding the Arab League of its promise two years ago "to massacre all the Jews of Palestine." the Transjordan radio sarcastically pointed out today that not only was the Arab League unable to carry out this "promise." but that in fact, the league was unable to prevent the emergence of the State of Israel. "The Arab League has done nothing but bring misery to the Arabs." the Transjordan radio, which is controlled by King Abdullah, said. "The only future of the Arabs lies in the achievement of a final settlement of the Palestine problem." it emphasized. Beach Center School Building Dedication Slated For Sunday [Transjordan Calls For Armistice Revision More than 2000 persons are I gram of adult education which expected to attend the formal recently received top recognition opening and Chanukas Habayis in the ninth annual report for the of the new Religious School | National Academy for Adult am. on monuay, i i -, ij Building of the Miami Beach Jewish Studies, the Delano Hotel, accrmrmg. ttrarr' j. w j s h Center at 17th St. and I "In addition," the rabbi conSylvia James Ave. on Sunday, March 19, | tinued, "the building will permit at 3:30 p.m. the expansion of extra-curricular t tu„ „,,„„ ,.,oo activities for children from nursAnnouncement of the event was ; through teen-age Arts (JTA)-The Transi by the Women's Division to honor ; made by Harry Sirkin President | crafts classes athietic g s nment. through its j the presidents of all the Jewish | of the congregalion. in conjuncBoy Scouts and Cubs will all mee in Ramallah, in the i women's organizations in the city tion with David Isen and I. R. structure. for their work in behalf of the! Goodman, co-chairman of the redrive I ligious schools, and Mrs. HarryBarbara Lawrence, who spoke; Rogers, president of the sisterhere last year, is making a special j hood, which undertook tte contrip to Miami to address the i Chertkof, chairman. Known as "Presidential Brunch." the affair is being given TEL AVIV I Jordan radio si Arab triangle area, declared this week th;.t the "best course, open I to the Transjordan government is to mak [uate arrangements I with Israel, through revision of armistice (.uses, which will permit a settlement satisfactory to both sidi gathering. Every Jewish women's organization is participating to m struction of the building. The modern two-story structure "The congregation is grateful to Raymond Rubin, chairman of the school construction committee, without whose untiring efforts and personal supervision, this building would not have been anwin be open for inspection all day poss jble." the rabbi added, ake Sunday. Besides housing 12 classRabbi Lehrman will deliv. er the Mrs.' Chertkof disclosed. Chairman of the women's division is Mrs. Carl Weinkle. Vice chairmen of the event are Mesdames Aaron Farr, Alexander Kogan, Sidney Lefcourt. I. E. Harris, Max BergRose and Isaac it contains a nursery, kindery. Goldring and the center choir garten facilities, a first aid room. wi n c hant the dedicatory prayers a play room, an apartment and an j offer vocal selections, an assembly hail which will seat; Mayor Harold Turk will bring 300. | greetings. Speaking on behalf of The building will serve the 400 the student body will be Leon children who are now enrolled Firtel of the kindergarten and The Ramallah broadcast, moni-ithe brunch an_ outstanding affair, rooms, covering WW^squai^eJeet dedication address. Cantor Jacob I tored here, said that "such arrange:: ust not be interpeace treaty." The : that the "two main proble: ing Transjoradn today anthe settlement of the refuge estion and safeguarding i man, Joseph (the count. •'.J lengthy frontiers." Kaplan. "Anybody who imagines that, BUILDING TRADES these two paramount issues can 1 Richard Gartner was chief be settled ;,y to ice of arms is very .speaker at a dinner meeting of far froi ealities of the sitthe building trades division at the nation." ;rn broadcast concluded. Shelborne Hot el Tuesda y night. Music Festivals Set For Saturday, Sunday, To Feature Array Of Talent A noth Jewish musical held at the Miam !l sh Center on Saturday at 3:15 p.m.. under the : the Jewish Music Council Greater Miami. The ch will climax Jewon Music Month, is open to the W !" I mission is free. • ired in the program by Dr. Beck. Other composers whose music will be played and sung include Bialik. Altman. HaLevy. Low. Vv'einpr, SniDolitzky. Wilonsky, We inberg. Bloch. Wolberg, Yomen and Chajes. Arrangements are in the hands of Ben Yomen. Margaret Ben Yomen and Louis Schwartzman ar( Mai i ; Chiland, tenor: Florexecutive director of the Bureau *Kut2 n. pianist; Ruth Brot-lof Jewish Education. ^nsopi no; Bernard Freedman. I On Sunday. March 19, at 3 p.m. WHtone; Cantor Maurice Maml the Jewish youth music festival. Ches, Joseph Schreibman, pianist: "Par.-.de of the Jewish Holidays fPaul Beck, tenor: Evelyn; in Song." will be presented at prano; Anvuta Meli—Temple Beth Sholom. ?"• anist; Pierre Mande. i Jwunist; Cantor Louis Feder:'. Ben Yomen. pianist: *mi Beach Jewish Center OK : Gre ater Miami Jewish Folk Uiorus. First performances on the proan^l,^ 11 be "Chabad Nigun" j"?, Ah F'eilechs." the works of Km, ""' to be Plaved by Miss S£h : ^ He fe. w Fantas y" by uscph Schreibman to be played Ch a '"^ t ? m Poser; "Ahm Yisrael Singing. by Manna Zucca, to be sung dancing, films and special slides have been blended into a narration depicting the major Jewish holidays of the year. Slated to appear in the production are the Beach Y Tots Miami Beach Jewish Center Junior Choir. Beth El Choir Shirley Uzdansky. Tsvi Goldberg. Norman Danzis Diana Danzis. Beth Sholom Juniors. Hebrew Academy Choir, Eleanor Werner. Sowar/ Segal. Beth Sholom Teen-Agers, Beach Y Juniors. in the center's religious schools, Kabbi Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader of the congregation, said. It will also serve as a meeting place for the comprehen sive proMartha Becker of the high school of Jewish studies. Also scheduled to speak are Sirkin. Isen. Good(Continue'd on Page 4) Rabbi Irving Lehrman Brandeis University To Construct 50 New Buildings In Next 10 Years Above is the architect's sketch showing how Brandeis University will look upon completion of the ten-year expansion program.



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MARCH 17/ 1950_ JAY ^ost Will %  .<. March 22 „ RrUL t. Brown Post 174, Twa? Veterans, will meet £ff. Ma-h 22, at Beth feS'of officers will be rttS*3tour Will follow. Jen 1st fhsilitr PAGE SEVENTEEN ial hour ;of t national '^Sersoftheposthave amed to national office. Phillips, junior vice comkto has been appointed 11 tv national judge advocate, i Kline, quartermaster chosen deputy national and Jack Silver, Israeli Newsletter By ADA OREN Israel School System btor: has inchapI has been sei Li.national lected a member national blood donors tare being completed for [Department Convention to be in June. & p II ad assail Hold Dance Business and e Miami Business aim ProDivision of Hadassan frolic dance Cadillac Hotel, Miami U, on Sunday, March 19, at k: in.il hold its spring TEL AVIV.—The administration of the Jewish education system in Israel, by now creaking under the burden of a recently doubled school population, is greatly complicated by the fact that the public has never been able to agree on a common secular syllabus. Consequently four main types of schools—general, labor, Mizrachj and Agudah, not to mention other splinters—are in existence. Parents are free to choose the type they prefer, and the communities concerned must provide separate schools for all if there is -a sufficient number of pupils. This provision created a wide field for waste of scarce manpower and equipment and created a good deal of controversy which often tends to overshadow the importance of the expansion proice Cohen, chairman of the gram now being carried through. Aliyah project, is being j The whole issue is further comsted by Maralene Lurie, Bea plicated by the large number of religious new immigrants from iter and Betty Kandel. luan Pinada and his orchestra furnish the music. Proceeds go to Youth Aliyah for the [abilitation of orphan children Israel. Uibi Mann To Speak "Intermarriage" ermarriage" will be :he 5 of a lecture by Rabbi Ishay P. Mann at the Spinoza ltdoor Forum in the patio of i home of Dr. Abraham Wolf., 124 11th St., Miami Beach. Eirday at 3 p.m. Tuesday night 8 p.m. Charles H. Lee will |e the eighth lecture in the lies on "The Heavens and the rth." fill Hold House Party I house party will be sponsored i Tropical Lodge, B'nai B'rith, i Saturday. March 18, at 8:30 at the home of Budd Cutler, feridian Ave. %  eiident Sam Kessler has annced that members of Tropical l's Chapter will also join Ithe evening's entertainment. new the Near East, many of whom insist that their children be educated only in their specific tradition, often arguing that teaching of the Torah comes before arithmetic. Lately the rather sketchy education system in transit camps, which teaches almost exclusively Hebrew and the three R's and can thus serve hardly more than 40 percent of the 12.000 children in camps, has become the major battleground between Orthodox and nonOrthodox education leaders. Although the education law empowers the responsible Minister to recognize and set up socalled "non-trend" schools, he has not been permitted to do so except in the case of juvenile delinquents and other social work cases, which are still under the Welfare Ministry. The Orthodox leaders — and Marxists — argue that they agreed to the escape clause only on the understanding that it should cover non-Jewish schools alone. The Education Minister did attempt to introduce a "non-trend" school system for children in transit schools but was challenged by the Orthodox parties who threatened to resign from the government. This plan was dropped. A number of compromise solutions were vetoed by either the Orthodox or labor groups. The religious parties have always opposed all forms of state rather than partly controlled schools, and may now succeed in setting up instead a common system of religious schools in the camps controlled by a board representing all Orthodox groups. The position of the religious splinter group within the labor camp on this matter is not yet clear. Throughout the laborites and the Orthodox—mainly the Mizrachi—continue to weaken the formerly most important general, non partisan and secular system of education. In spite of much agitation, however, they did not succeed in introducing considerable changes in the educational pattern of a city like Tel Aviv, where the population is too well established to be pressered and whose workers still prefer the general schools although they now have the alternative of Histadruth institutions. As of now, the country has some 6,000 classes with 7,000 teachers benefiting from the general education budget. The percentage of students in the various "trends" is as follows: IZFA To Sponsor Weekend Meet The University of Florida Chapter of the Intercollegiate Zionist Federation of America is sponsoring the first get-together weekend of Florida high school seniors and college students from March 24 to 26. On Friday afternoon registration for visitors and members will be held, followed by religious services and a social affair, featuring Hebrew songs and folk dances. Visitors will be taken on a tour of the campus Saturday morning, after which the group will attend a buffet luncheon at the Hillel House and participate in a group discussion. At 4 p.m. the students will walk to College Park, where a Havdalah service followed by a weiner roast will be held. Concluding the day's activities will be a skit commemorating the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. A lox and bagel breakfast at which guests will discuss "The Purposes of IZFA and Methods of Co-ordinating Activities of Young Zionist Floridians" will complete the week-end. Requests for information


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PAGE EIGHT *Imist nnrtdian PASSOVER All VISOR V By RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF Executive Director, Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth For the first time since 1930 Passover will fall on a Sunday and Mondav this vear. The first Seder will be held Saturday nif-nt. April 1, and the second Seder on Sunday night, April 2. Erev Fesacn, the day before Passover, is therefore a Sabbath. Such a situation present.-: difficulties. We therefore make known the following: 1. Bedikas Chametz. the "search for leaven." will take place Thursday evening. March 30. 2. Bivur Chametz. the "burning of leaven," is to take place on Friday morning, March 31. by 10 a.m. 3. It is permitted to eat chametz till 9 a.m. Saturday morning, after which "Kol Chamiro" should be said. Those wishing to do this should attend an early Sabbath synagogue service, so that they may eat chametz after services before 9 a.m. 4. It is preferable bv far that all the Sabbath meals be "Pesachdig." Matzos may be used instead of Challos on Friday eve. March 31 Matzos are not to be eaten on Saturday. April 1. until the Seder. 5. Those wishing to eat "Chametz" on the Sabbath preceding Passover, should ask an Orthodox Rabbi for the details concerning the cooking and serving of the foods, and the disposal of the remaining chametz. 6. The "Siyum HaB'Chor." the "fast of the first born or their release from fasting by attending a "Siyum' 'takes place Thursday. March 30. at 8 a.m. 7. Mechirass Chametz. the "sale of Chametz through the agency of a Rabbi, should be arranged, preferably before 10 a.m. Fridav morning, March 31. 8. Passover utensils and dishes should preferably be n. w r used for Passover only. In order to make use of utensils already used with leaven, the following must be done: metal broilers and frying pans must be first burned red hot: pots and pans must be thoroughly cleansed, filled with water and boiled to overflowing: i ns, knives and forks (all-metal only) must be cleansed and | immersed thrice in boiling water. Others cannot be made kosher for Passover. P. Glassware, agate ware, enamel ware and plastics cannot be made kosher for Passover use if previously used with leaven. 10. Bread, crackers, biscuits, cereals, Matzos labeled "not for Passover use," beans, peas, rice, oats, spelt, wheat, barley (or anything containing these ingredients), ice cream, most cosmetics and perfumes, are forbidden on Passover. (Passover cosmetics are available. I 11. Cakes, candies, chocolates, dairy products, wines, etc., should be used only when under Orthodox Rabbinic Supervision. without the signature of an accredited Orthodox Rabbi are worthless. 12. When in doubt about any Passover matter, call Rabbi Mescheloff at 5-6150 or 5-1328. He will be glad to answer your Passover questions. OTW FRIDAY.^ARCH 1 7 i Leon Liebgold and Lily Lilliana ere stars of the New York stage production of William Siegel's Yiddish play. "Paradise for Two," which opens at the Plaza for a one-week engagement on Tuesday. March 21. "Every Girl's Desire." a modern American Yiddish comedy drama with music, featuring Mr. Liebgold and Miss Lilliana. as well as Nathan and Rose Goldberg and Betty and Jacob Jacobs, will play until Tuesday. Performances are given every night at 8:30 with matinees on Saturday and Sunday at 2:30. All seats are reserved and tickets range from one to two dollars. PI A C C FOR EVERY ULAJJ PURPOSE STORE FRONT — PLATE and WINDOW GLASS Furniture Tops, Beveled Mirrors and Resilvering Our Specialty L. & G. Glass and Mirror Works 136 S.W. 8th St PHONE 3-4834 MORRIS ORLIN LOUIS GERBER Temple Beth SholomT, noia Community Se Temple*" 1 Sholom on Saturday even April l. in the temple's auditioned banquet hall, ac "* to an announcement bv Max Dreyer chsirman 0 i arrangements committee ices will start at 6 p. m ^ be followed by a traditional' dinner. R? bbi -L>n Kronish, si leader of Beth Sholom. will? duct the Seder assisted by Ca Samuel Kelenier and Org'amal Fried. Reservations may be mad, the temple office. Datiid Rosncr incites you to Dinner at the DELMONICO' Now Accepting Passover Reservations Nationally Famous Kosher Cuisii" j£ o* CONDITION ; %  %  % %  m ~i tatta <^sl 5iMe #S *&7 A \ TW rasa x -UIK ro& ntrs Sunny Brook Dairy Products THE BEST IK QUALITY FOR THE SAME PRICE AVAILABLE AT ALL BETTER STORES \ CREAM CHEESE I Manufactured Fresh Daily in Miami SOI • II Mil AM WHIPPEO III I I IK Pasteurized and Creamed COTTAGE GUBBBm FARMER CHEESE STRICTLY KOSHER FOR PASSOVER UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY Director Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth nos?IPS RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF Director Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth Manufactured Fresh Daily by SUNNY BROOK CREAMERY, INC. Manufacturers & Distributors 2180 N. W. 13th Avenue Phone 9-0601 All Products Mfgd. by Sunny Brook are KOSHER All Year



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Lev MARCH 17, 1950 1 *Jeistirirrirt^ PAGE SEVEN [barol Chapter Fill Initiate tharet Chapter. B'nai BVith £ Women, will hold initiat n Ung cere m onies on .Tuesday, P„h n at 8 p.m. at the home KJe Nass. 1991 S.W. 18th Ct. Irrudi Lach. president, and ivrlv Koch, first vice president. fa initiate the members. ChairTi of the affair is Marilyn tmcer and assisting her are Cine Hyman, Florence Moss, Cvllis Honis. Rita Platt Honey Emit. Renee Goodman and RosaL Morris. %  r.irls to be initiated are Charge Coddon. Glennor Cravitt, It Curtice. Rita Goldweber, Irmce Gomolinski. Arleen GorL Pauline Glantz, Marion L'dowitz. Dolly Harris, Renee lodman. Rosalyn Blumenthal, Ljlvn Greenberg, Lorraine Ihlenberg. R-ith Levick, Anita Indler. Rita Platt. Lila Peltz. trencp Mos-. Lucille Michaels, In--! Nass. M:riam Lieberman, %  mesa Rosenthal. Harriet Slomlitz. Rita Sokoloff, Shirley ien, Harriet Rosenbloom, Adele Egerman. Helene Moldan, Marn Younger and Elaine Zagoria. %  Guests will be Selma Lewis, hai B'rith youth director of feater Miarn: Mrs. William jchler. president of B'nai B'rith Amen. Coral Gables; and Milton §edman. incoming district youth mmissioner. [oung Judaea adors To Meet he annual spring leaders inlute for Young Judaea leaders [the South will be held during weekend of March 17-19 in Hannah, at the General OgleHotel at Wilmington n'd. Plans for the annual hering were announced jointly the Southern Zionist Youth nmission and the Savannah nist Youth Commission, coInsors of this year's event. Young Judaea leaders from the |y clubs tiiroughout the South assemble to hear lectures, n group work techniques, jteipate in workshop sessions, duct model club programming, I learn folk dances and Israeli ^plications and additional inmation concerning the institute J be obtained from local youth omissions or the regional youth /mission. 702 Peters Bide., AtIta, Ga. bles Luncheons To Be nporarily Halted fhe luncheon to be sponsored 1 the Sisterhood of the Coral files Jewish Center on WedWay, March 22, will wind up I luncheon series until after Bovei, lostesses for this week were Mesdames Leo Wool, Leo prman, L Yessner, Herbert ^e, Sidney Blumenfeld. nday School Opened preth l sr a ( i Sisterhood anpres the opening of a Sunday poi lor Jewish children residI '" the Allapattah-Buena f A^ C V 0n at 4316 Nw 7th •• AMitional information about %  MM m ay ** ^cured by I a ; r s L Kaplan at 3010 Hadassah Unit Will Head Mrs. Goodman Mrs. Jack A. Goodman of Indianapolis. Ind., former national vice president of Hadassah and now member of the national board, will speak at a membership tea to be given by the Business and Profesional Division of the Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah on Wednesday, March 22, at 8:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Alexander Kogan, 3722 Royal Palm Ave. Mrs. Goodman has just returned from a two month's visit to the new Jewish state. While other youngsters had their hands full learing the three R's, Mrs. Goodman was also absorbing the fundamentals of Zionism from her brother, Dr. Alexander S. Wolf. Dr. Wolf worked as a student at the University of Vienna with the Zionist leader. Theodore Herz!, and became a close associate of Dr. Herzl's. Mrs. Goodman has taken a leading part in the Women's Division of the UJA, and in addition to her Zionist activities, serves in such varied fields as the Indianapolis symphony society, where she is honorary vice president of the women's committee, the Indianapolis Jewish Welfare Fund and the budget committee of the Community Chest. Betrothal Revealed The engagement of Phyllis E. Rosen to Dr. Daniel R. Usdin, Jacksonville, was announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rosen, 2000 Liberty Ave., Miami Beach, at a cocktail party at the Rosen home. A dinner party was also held at the Shore Club Hotel. The bride-elect attended the Universities of Miami and Florida. Dr. Usdin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Usdin, St. Augustine, attended the University of Florida and Tulane Medical School. i You can help fcet out the vote. • this year. Don't be content to just ; cast your own ballot. Urge neighI bors and friends to register and I vote. Registration books close April 1. Opera Guild of Miami Presents All-Metropolitan Opera Cast KURT BAUM ROfiERT WEEDE MARY HENDERSON HUGH THOMPSON in "PAGUACCI" and "SECRET OF SUZANNE" MIAMI HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM MARCH 18. 20, 22 FORT LAUDERDALE. MARCH 24 TICKETS: Burdine's 3rd fl., ner bridge. Pohne 9-1332: Miami Beach Radio Co.. Miami Beach Fed'l Saving & Loan; Amidon in Coral Gables. Ft. Lauderdale: Music Shop. PRICES: SZ.4S. 13.08, $3.69. 14.31, $4.92 Tax included. Morgan To Star In Drama Ralph Morgan, prominent Hollywood actor, stars in "The Story of Joseph Pulitzer and the New York World," the latest episode in the "Lest We Forget—These Great Americans" series to be heard this Saturday, March 18, at 5 p.m. over station WVCG, Coral Gables. Participants in the 15-minute live panel discussion to follow the dramatic transcription will be: Gilbert J. 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PAGE TWENTY-TWO JEWS IN SPORTS Irwin Dambrot, City College co-captain, has been selected to play for the East team in the annual Herald-Tribune charity game tween the Eastern and Western quintets. Dambrot will also be a member of the AilAmerican aggregation which will tour the country in conjunction with the Harlem Globetrotters from April second through April nineteenth. He is the only Jewish player on the all-star squad. &f Ben Jeby. former middleweight boxing champion of the world is being given serious consideration as the successor to the late Leo Houck. boxing mentor at Penn State. State annually turns out one of the best boxing teams in collegiate circles. Leonard Lewin. basketball and baseball scribe for the New York Dailv Mirror, is currently busilyengaged in selling TV stations a film short showing the Harlem Globetrotters in action. Lewin reports that the Trotters have become the greatest sports aggregation in the country today. They have broken attendance records wherever they play. This column traveled to Philadelphia last week to watch the Trotters in action against the Philadelphia Sphas. The Philadelphia Arena was filled to capacity and the firemen refused to allow any more spectators in the arena. Eddie Gottlieb, who promoted the game, told us that the arena could have sold 5,000 more tickets and his own office By HASKELL COHEN He is averaging 10.7 points per game and batting at a .323 a\er 3g Max Zaslofsky of the Chicago Stags has passed the thousand point mark with 1.006. HeI to hitting 16.5 per game and has a .352 hitting average Jerry Fleischman of the Philadelphia Warriors has scored 2-o points and is just under five points per game. He is batting .283 while Nelson Bob, teammate, has scored 201 points with 4.1 points per game and a hitting average of Bill -Holzman of the Rochester Rovals has 488 points thus far with a 7.9 points per game average and is batting .318. Adolph Schayes leads the Syracuse Nats in scoring with 960 tallies. He is scoring at a 16.6 game clip and is batting .379. Harry Bovkoff. former bt. John's all-American. has tallied 704 points with 12.4 per game and is batting at the high rate of an even .400. • • Baseball experts are agreed thai Sid Gordon should hit twenty points better in the Boston Braves park than he did at the Polo Grounds. Sid hits a very long ball and in the Polo Grounds belted many flys to left center which were caught. Those who know Sid's prowess at the bat feel that a big percentage of these hits which were caught in the Polo Grounds will fall safely in the Braves field. Community Workers Form Association At a meeting in New York recently eighty P^ssiona and local Jewish comun.ty rela tions agencies formed a piofes sional organization to be knemn as the Association of Jewisn Community Relations Workers. Maurice B. Fagan. executive director of the Philadelphia Jewish Community Relations Council was elected the first chairman of the association. The purposes of the association, as stated in the constitution adopted at the meeting, were as follows: a To establish and maintain high standards for those engaged professionally in the Jewish community relations field. b To encourage and provide opportunities for the exchange of views and experiences on problems, programs and trends in community relations work. c To stimulate the developments, presentation and analysis of ideas, concepts, skills and techniques in community relations work. d To encourage cooperation between Jewish community relations workers and other communal workers and between the association and other professional associations in related fields. e. To encourage among Jewish community relations workers the fullest possible understanding of Jewish life and values and the application of Jewish ideals of social justice and human dignity. In addition to Mr. Fagan, the following officers were FRIDAY, MARCH 17 elected: JHarold Saks, director administrative division, Anti Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, New York, vicechairman; Walter A. Lurie, program analyst, National Community Relations Advisory Council, New York, secretary; Arnold Harris, executive secretary, Community Relations Committee of the Jewish Community Council of Essex County, New Jersey, treasurer. Tubby Raskin, former Brooklyn lcneis ana nis own OIIILC • -— J •-—• ---— %  — — -, -, could have sold an additional j College coach of basketball who 5 goo i l s now conditioning the Brooklyn The next night in Boston, 13.909 College tennis team, has prospects were allowed in the Boston Garfor one of the best tennis squads den after which the fire departin the Metropolitan New York ment stopped the sale of tickets, area Only one squad in the The 13.910th customer slapped I whole city appears to be as good his monev down and said, "All I or better than his boys. Tubby right, so I can't see this game— | has his kids out every day runso, here's money for the next time. ning around the track. He is a that the Trotters play here." | great believer in conditioning and The following Sunday, two separate bills were put on in White Plains. New York, in order to accommodate the customers. A sell-out crowd saw the afternoon games when the Sphas. Trotters. Rens. and Celtics participated. In the evening the same four clubs packed the house and turned away 8.000 clamoring customers. Sonny Hertzberg of the Boston Celtics in the National Basketball Association, is the second highest scorer on the club with 644 points. will not stand for athletes who let themselves get out of condition. Raskin is, undoubtedly, one of the best basketball brains in the country and it's a shame that he is not at the helm of one of the larger college squads. College and high school coaches in New York flock to him constantly for advice. 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PAGE FOUR fJewisl fh>ricfiar FRIDAY, MARCH EDITORIAL • V I ti'nai flVt ih's Next President Next weekend the Supreme Grand Lodge of B'nai B'rith will hold its triennial convention in Washington, D. C. One of the very important matters before this convention is the election of a president to succeed Frank Goldman who has occupied the presidency since the death of Henry Monsky three years ago. Although Goldman may be a candidate to succeed himself, it is hoped that B'nai B'rith may be able to find someone who will inspire and lead that great organization in the brilliant fashion and tradition of Mr. Monsky. This is far from an easy task. As the National Jewish Post recently observed, "B'nai B'rith is at a cross roads with a tremendous decision before it. Only a few years ago, B'nai E'rith was the most powerful Jewish organization in. the American Jewish community. Today, no one mentions B'nai B'rith—from a national standpoint—in the same breath with the American Jewish Committee or the American Jewish Congress." "We agree with the Post that B'nai B'rith can have a bright future and perhaps regain its former position "if vigorous new leadership can be brought in to hoist the lodge out of its doldrums." Isn't there someone within the large membership of B'nai B'rith—perhaps a comparatively young man -who can furnish the kind of inspiring and dynamic leadership that the late Henry Monsky offered? B'nai B'rith is too important an organization to settle for anything less.—Excerpt Philadelphia Jewish Times. 'e LADY IN DANGER— Mfenerves Credit There have been many times in the past we had the painful occasion to react to t %  of discrimination in and by American r J* We are glad to record that although we mS* again dealing with an American colleoe A picture is quite a different one. This is the story of a higher institution of 1~*. I ing-West Virginia Wesleyan College-^ o2 of Jewish students. Wesleyan College, acccmiwto Dean A. A. Schoolcraft, had always welcomJ Jewish students. But for some reason or other th college never had more than five or six such students in residence at any one time Th situation seemed to trouble Dean Schoolcrctft particularly in view of the fact that large numbers of Jewish students find it difficult, if not impossible to gain admission to colleges. And so Wesleyan'. dean penned a letter to the B'nai B'rith AnnDefamation League requesting to place him i touch with an agency through which interested Jewish students could be contacted. Interestingly enough, Dean Schoolcraft pointed out that the institution he heads this year admitted for the first time in history, Negro students as candidates for degrees. This was quite a courageous step for a college south of the Mason and Dixie line. By breaking the color line and by extending a hand to Jewish students Wesleyan College, which is owned and operated by the West Virginia Conference of the Methodist Church, has merited the plaudits of all decent Americans. Nelson I'iiiii v To Sin >l;ir< Ii 27 When Nelson Eddy appears under the auspices of the University of Miami in a song recital at Miami Edison High School on Monday evening. March 27. at 8:30. he wil have the assistance of Theodore Paxson. pianist. Paxson will play a Chopin group, in addition to accompanying Eddy. Beach Center To Dedicate Building (Continued from Page 1) man and Mrs. Rogers. The center's children's choir, which is under the direction of Ben Yomen. will perform. Members are Paul Weiss. Sondra Levy, Eddy made his debut in profes. E1 eanor Rubin. Rita Klonsky, ..-.1 nr^n^ ,.*>...... % % %  i (..> i I Harriot T oni. C <.V l... *""..— %  n %  • %  **# sional grand opera in 1924. when he sang the part of Tonio in P it the Metropolitan 1 i House, with the PhiladelA-ic Oper.-. C impany. All x n Ii Si ns tl i itor of the P.. 1 %  ••' %  '. recognized Eddv's 'and gave him ng. Eddy grew in ; ilarity, year after yi iety of roll Since then ,de annual throughout the country. He has appeared with many of the I .r< r*< -• ymphony ]i i list I Co1 %  ia phonograph recordings is very popular. During the war. he and Paxson Harriet Levy, Sabina Gross, Barbara Turoff. Ruth Weinstein. Donald Vinnik, Natalie Levine, Harvey Kalman. Harvey Thalblum. Frank Weiss. Alan Wolfe. Joan Siegel. Stuart Rubin. Max Spiegelman. Martin Hoffman and David Leon. Abraham Goodman is chairman of the dedication ceremonies and : Fred Berkovitz is director of ed1 ucation and youth activities. The | building was erected bv Star Construction Companv. 100 Receive Semicha NEW YORK. (JTA)-One hundred rabbis from 19 states in the Lnited States and Canada, gradi uates of Yeshiva l'mver'. went as a uso unit and Rabbj Isaac Elch an d g > %  for men m uniform in Seminary, this week: received B^I.G'IOUS SCHOOL Brazil, on Ascension %  ; igh the heart I Arabia and Persia Island, Africa. their -Semicha" (ordination). ;, a convocation attended bv 2 000 persons. Dr. Samuel Belkirl. president of Yeshiva University, presided at the ceremony. The exercises, the 13th in the hisory of the seminary, also marked the 53rd anniversary of the founding the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Prof. Malanos To Speak At Center Forum Professor George Malanos wili fit&ffS *£%&& LaC The I-c Elchanan Party Elections" to be held atthe £ e g,c al Seminary, which was Miami Jewish Communitv Center I C rPOrated March 20 1897 Monday. March 20, at 8:15 P !" "j Muriel Hirsch Is ^j .waianos is an expert on ceoWorl TV U, r n i ** J nomic theory. A graduate in law ,. l Huao Plck from the University of Athens, he has h]s doctorate from Harvard University. Published every Friday ilnce 127 by The Jewiih Floridlan st 120 N.E Sixth street, Miami 18, Florida. En\V& '! < = 0 "d the Jewish Xtill y „ Member of the Jewish Tele. prarhre Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate, Worldwide News Service, National Editorial Association, AmerK can Association of En B lish-Jewlsh Newspapers, Florida Press Association. The Jewish Floridlan does not gjianintee the Kashruth of the merchandise advertised In its column* SUBSCRIPTION One Year Two Years RATES: S3.00 -$5.00 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher Telephones 2-1141—2-8212 OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Volume 23 Number 11 FRIDAY. MARCH 17. 1950 j% ADAR 28, 5710 Mayor Harold* Turk read the service which united in marriage Muriel Hirsch. Miami Beach real e;tate woman and Hugo Pick on Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Pick, 4609 Pine Tree Drive, Miami Beach. Following a brief honeymoon the newlyweds will reside in Miami Beach part of the year and travel during the remainder. Seaboard RR To Cut Rate Reduced roundtrip railroad fares to attract summer tourists to Florida will be offered beginning May 1, Wesley .J. Ficht general passenger agent here for beaboard Airline Railway announced. Both coach and unrestricted fares between Washington and Miami will be cut about a per cent under present fares. the special tourist rate, Ficht said, will be offered daily after May 7 through No v. 15. Don't be content to criticize governmental faults. Correct them with your ballot. Register now and vote Hay "2. The new Miami Beach Jewish Center R eligious School Building. Balkin To Speak In Daytona Beach Gilbert J. Balkin, director, JMorida regional office, AntiDefamation League of B'nai f"th, will address Marvin Roth Lodge, B'nai B'rith, in Daytona Beach on Monday, March 20. Balkin will describe current trends in anti-Semitism and bigotry, and wil discuss the league s forthcoming book "A Measure of Freedom." Following the talk, Balkin will visit Jacksonville and confer with community leaders there. Seeks Board Post Richard L. Bowes, a county school maintenance electrician announced his candidacy Mondav Board C Unty Sch0 I He will run in District 1, now represented by Harley Collins who is a candidate for re-elecuon' Born in Illinois, Bowes came to Miami 26 years ago .. Th e candidate is a member of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Moose and Junior Order of United American Academy Students To Present Art Exhibit Students of the Hebrew Academy will present their first art exhibit during the week of March 20-25 as part of the orientation pr ram >n the fields of art, music and the drama, it was anonunced by Principal Sol Sugarman. One of the first of its kind in this community, the show is already attracting the attention of educational leaders in the Greater Miami area. M? 0 e K tr ic f. Rich and R enah Mescheloff, senior students of the school, ages 11 and 12 respectiveli' ^t^'sP^ying their work in the lobby of the academy. Special Meeting Called A special meeting of the Greater Miami Mizrachi Organization M w bee ? called for Monday, K 1 K 0, 5LlA m at K "eseth Israel by Rabbi Isaac H. Ever president. r Purpose of the meeting, according to Rabbi Ever .is to f0 r muTale & tLM a rec *P tion ^r a leader i? J&JSRWI movement wbjb Bliss Will Speak Jonathan, Bliss, manager of the Florida State Employment office, will address the members 0 Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, at their luncheon club meeting on Friday, March 17, at 12:15 p.m. at the Miamian Restaurant. 141 Flagler St. Bliss will speak on "An Optimistic Labor Market in South Florida." Softball Tryouts Slated The Miami Jewish Community Center ushers in the spring season Sunday, March 19, at 10 a.m., with the first call for varsity Softball tryouts. Softball groups in all other age categories, beginning at nine anu running through 17, are being formed for members weekday afternoons at the center. W" "group competition and in"* murals are planned. Group Changes Name The Hatikvah Club of W Judaea has changed its name Hatikvah Macabees. Maxine *w er was awarded a P 1 ize suggesting the new name.



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PAGE EIGHTEEN +JewIsti Hcrktian Off the Record CLIPPING FROM ISRAEL A sensational report about the fate of Jewish writers in Soviet Russia apepars in a recent issue of the Israel paper Davar The story is that Solomon Michoels, one-time head of the Moscow Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee, did not die a natural death It is said that alleged evidence of pro-American espionage had been uncovered within the committee The committee leaders became alarmed though they were skeptical of the whole thing Instead of passing the information to Soviet authorities Michoels and Itzhek Feffer, who visited the United States as emissaries of Soviet Jewry shortly after the Nazi attack on Russia, decided to conduct an investigation of their own within the committee ... In the meantime the atmosphere became heavy and more shadowy! .... Soon Michoels visited Minsk where he was found dead :', Who killed him and why? The conclusion, says Davar, is ; : quite "clear" Later the authorities stepped in and began rounding up all people who had knowledge of the incident and : kept silent The first one to be arrested was Itzhek Feffer iE^LMARCHl? Michael Miller, supervisor at Barton's factory, shows Rabbi Nachum Kornmehl the Kosher for Passorer Chocolates being made in the separate Passover wing of Barton's Bonbonmere. 80 DeKalb Ave.. Brooklyn, New York. Rabbi Kornmehl, member of the Union of Orthodox Rabbis of the U. S. and Canada, personally inspected every source of the raw materials which went into the making of Barton's Passover delicacies, supervised the kashering of the utensils, and the processing of the items from start to finish. Barton's will present 32 Passover delicacies this year. They may be ordered by mail at the Brooklyn address. Miolom Lodge Debate Eliminations Set For April 13,14 At 1 J-M Campus The Florida high school debate I national B'nai B/rith leaders. The sponsored by Sholem | students will witness congress in contest Lodge of B'nai B'rith, will hold Dade County eliminations on April 1% and 14 at the Merrick Hall, University of Miami, according-,to Jerome Weinkle. debate chairman, and state competitions will be held the. following week, April 20 and 21 in the same building. Wide spread interest has been evinced in the contest this year inasmuch as the subject deals with displaced persons legislation. a bill now being considered by Theri came the liquidation of the Congress, Weinkle said. Jewish anti-Fascist committee. The winning debate .team and %  the closing down of the Jewish press and the suppression of Jewish publications More arrests jj| followed The last one to be arrested was David Bergelson. noted Yiddish writer who had gained wide esteem with the Soviet regime One fine morning he was invited for a "talk" \ When he arrived at the site where he was to be interrogated it'had become clear to him that he was facing an inescapable fate ... He was told the investigation would take two days Later, however, an investigating body came to his home, searched the house thoroughly, tore up the floor and attic, confiscated his money, ransacked his desk and carried off his books and manuscripts in an open vei hide People who witnessed the scene say they were horrified as %  the wind scattered the pages j of Bergelson's manuscripts over the_ Moscow streets Bergelson's son. who had been a lecturer at the Moscow gymnasium, is now living in poverty ... It isn't quite certain where the arrested Jewish writers are kept although it is said somewhere near Leningrad "This story, incidentally, comes from a reliable source" Davar notes. its coach will receive a one-week all-expense trip to Washington, D. C, where they will be the guests of prominent government officials, Florida legislators and action and will visit many places of historic interest. The winning high school will gain possession for one year of the Sholem Lodge Citizenship Trophy. Gold loving cups will be awarded to the runner-up team and other prizes will be given to qualifying participants. Subject of the debate is: "Resolved: That House Resolution No. 4567 Providing for the Liberalization of the Displaced Persons Bill Should Be Enacted Into Law By Congress." ON THE OCEAN Limited Reservations Still Available for the 8 Days of PASSOVER Kashruth Strictly Observed. The true beauty and tradition of the Sedorium will be conducted by a well-known cantor. 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FRIDAY. MARCH 17, 1950 *J*nisiirk>ri(fian RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY PAGE TWENTY-THREE Northside Jewish Center. 6231 w.u/. First Ct. .. : ~ hcol classes every Sunday e of Dr. Win. Boros, 653 KM,; gt, Hebrew classes under N [ Ri v. Philip Fried at 6701 v u ; AM-, on Mondays and p from 4 to 6 p.m. North Dade Jewish Center (Conservative). 13630 W. Dixie Highway. North Miami. mini services at 8:15 conJoseph Keller, religious followed by an Uneg • Sunday school in a.m. First Jewish Congregation of Coral Gables, 2410 Ponce de Leon Blvd. (Conservative). rvenlng services at 8:30. I... "\ niiaai Lessen will offlclnte. ll bal Will I"served l,y the \|i mbera and friends are Flagler-Granada Jewish Center, 175 S.W. 45th Ave. gal | .-., -.,•: vices at 9 a.m. Israelite Center (Conservative) 3198 S.W. 24th Terr. Fi ,i services at 6: Saturday [i, Dally services at 8 Temple Emanu-El (Reform), 1801 S. Andrews Ave., Fort Lauderdale. Dr. Marius Ranson, Rabbi. i; M will cnnduct the Iday, Services: Satur.(i il at the Hollywood I Hotel ilehrew school at the -. • %  .! ij 9:15 a.m. Hellelous al 9:445. Congregation Kneseth Israel (Traditional). 1415 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H. Ever. Mind ly at g:04 p.m. Kabhalas phabbo* t 6:18 p.m. Saturday morn|ns s< al R:30 conducted by a I. .. Rabbi l.'ver will deliver loi Rabbi will lecture at 5 p.m. if the Week, followed by M • %  AI %  Shalos Seudos. Emlros anil remark* by Kuests. Daily service II • evening at 6 p.m. Daily II school from 1:30 Monday tl Thursday; religious school a.m. Miami Beach Jewish Community Center (Conservative), 1701 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. i. %  Iday service at 8:30 p.m. I will speak on "We I. %  Is." Sunday at 3:30 dedlcaocuusrs PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED LENSES AND FRAMES DUPLICATED LARGE SELECTION IN LATEST STYLES Beach Optical Service 350 Lincoln Road Suite 502 Phone 5-5419 lion ceremonies on the completion of tin n> n religious school 36?i xSfssix !***** o'clock. 06 8aturda y morning at 9:00 Congregation xoung Israel (Orthodox). 4001 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach, pally services at s a.m. Mlncha and u anr -!n 1 ","'• Mi "' %  "" '-"""V night at 5.80. Baturday morning services at 9 a.m. Mim-ha Saturday nlnht at ^followed by Shalos Uff and TTereth Israel Congregation of Miami (Orthodox). 4316 N.W. 7th Avenue. Friday evening services at 6 p.m • ^..tunlay mornffig at 9:30 a.m. A Tesldents In that area are Invited to at i t>iif I. North Shore Jewish Center (Conservative). 916 Everglades Concourse, Miami Beach (Aits Chaim Congregation). R ev Philip Fried. Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. The rabbi wiu speak. An open forum aiscusslon and an on.K Shabbat follows. Saturday morning servl • 9:15 a.m. Sunday school at in a.m. at Biseayne Elementary School. Congregation Beth Tfilah (Orthodox). 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovslcy. Friday evening services at 6:15 p.m. \i'\\ ,,n f; sll 1 'liat of season at :3n. Rabbi will speak on "Time and Freedom. Saturday morning services at V3C. Jiurlng the morning service Habbl Racke.vsky will speak on "I'romotlon of "ioid." At 4:3" the rabbi will speak on the Portion of the Week followed at :. p.m. bj Mlncha, Bnalosh Seudos antephen S. Wise. Sabbath service iin i' ''"' %  'r''""" 1 ':c. At services Saturday mornin e at 9 am. thei rabbi will speak on "Moses' Blessing. Mlschna class at 6 p m "•"owed by Mlncha and Shalos Seudos. V V. ',','•'' ,"'" s|lf '' lk Mie Portion or we Week, Bar Mltsvah services Sunday mornine at 8:3f. followd l.v : Bar Mltsvah breakfast Sunday school •it in a in. Hebrew scheal dally 8:1S da-iS' 1 "' DaHy **rvlees at 7:JQ p.m. Congregation Beth David (Conservative), Coral Way and 26th Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. This Sabbath dedicated to the >i ""1, .1 f Maasada. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Herman, Iuis Fein and Seymour Hlnkes will participate. The broadcast over WWPB from 8:30 to 1 "ill include the sermon bv Raid.I -Mux Shapiro on "Gateway to Free' %  m r. PJoral offerlnit by Mr. and Mrs. Davis Krown in memorv of Mrs Brown s sister. Scrvli-es Saturday loottiinir at a the rabl.i wi|l speak on A Free People." Kahlit Shapiro and ran tor Mamches will conduct the t-ei vices. Student congregation Saturday at 10:30 a.m. Hebrew scho,.! between 3:30 and 6:30 p.m. dallv. Dailv !?r V ,CM S a '"• wi,h Mln.-ha anil Minv at 6 p.m. Let BERNIE SAFFER Worry •. About Your FOOD Entertainment and the other thousand details for your Weddings, Bar Mitzvahs, Engagements, Lawn Parties. Cocktail Parties, Children Parties. Meetings, Buffets. A Complete Catering Service PHONE 9-0573 NIQHTS, SUNDAYS & HOLIDAYS 3-4845 JACK ft JILL 24 N.W. 7th St. Off Miami Ave. tlttSNToYHE JEWISH MUSICAL HOUR WffT—1440 on YbUr Dial Jacob Schacl*t*r Director NORMAN R. LYONS Newacaatcr and Hiatorical Narrator NOW FOUR TIMES A WEEK SUNDAY FROM 10 A.M. TO 11:30 A.M. MON WED. AND FRI. FROM 1 P.M. TO 1-30 P.M. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Friday evening services at 6. Sabhath service al S:30 a.m. The rabbi will speak on "Gathering the Jews." Junior Congregation ;it 10 am. Mlncha :.t •'• p.m. followed by Shalos Se idoa The rabbi will speak on the Portion of the Week. Coral Gables Jewish Center (Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop; Cantor Joseph W. Malek; Steve Kessler, organist. Palermo Ave. near Le Jeune. Friday night services at 8:15. Sermon by Rabbi Shop on "The Pesach Drama and What to Answer Our Children Today." Cantor .Malek will lend in I'assover songs. Youth Humps Wednesday and Thursday :it v:l". Dally Hebrew school and Sunday religious school at l" a.m. Baturday morning TornH servh-c at 9:4.". with two T.'igJi Scrolls with readings. Klddush follows %  i...tio. Temple Isaiah (Reform), 1536 Bay Road. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moshay P. Mann. Friday evening services at 8:13, conduet.-d by Rabbi Moshay P. Mann with Dr. Paul Beck as cantor. Sermon toplo will be "Why 1 Am .. Jew!" In observance of current L'.J.A. Appeal to he followed by an open forum, l-'r.-o religious school Sunday morning al l". Congregation Beth El (Orthodox), 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Friday evening services at 6 p.m. Friday forum at B:lo p.m. Rabbi Murray Qrauer will preach. A reception ivill follow. Saturday morning services* at 8:80. Rabbi Qrauer will preach on the Portion of the Week. Junior Con*. gregatlon at 10 a.m, Mincha at %  "•:< p m. followed by shalos Shudos. Sunday school ID a.m. Daily religious school 3:30 to 6:30. 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mmAY. MARCH 17, 1950 100 Collegians r a Tour Israel On July 3 over 100 college ctudents will leave New York for : mnc week study tour of Israel under the auspices of the Jewish Aopncv. Participants in this o'ieci. •'Israel: 1950," are being rhosen from applicants attending Anu ican colleges and university bv the Intercollegiate Zionist Federation of America, 131 West Mth St.. New York. N. Y., in •' .. :: with the B'nai B'rith Hillel F undations. The students will fly both ways with Youth ^gosy. a non-profit travel organization. During the first three weeks participants will live in Jerusalem. They will stay at the Hebrew Gymnasia directly across from thi J< wish Agency building, w j, e n vernment is holding its P.. ntary sessions. Professors the Hebrew Unilecture to the group an d ,j. %  will be concerned with contemporary problems. From Jerusalem students will go on an extensive tour of the visiting points of major ities and settlement^ and industrial and agricultural rei Highlighting this trip will be a bus tour through the (jegev see the outpost communities and the vast project of %  •; wastes. On-thespot observation of immigrant camphabilitation centers will be f the study of the displa ns, who are arrivinj at the rate of over IO'OOO On the way back to America the grou] II stop in Paris for and cultural activities. raiiin O.M'Oola To Hold Itfuiiion Camp Osceola for Boys and Gi Is hold its annual camp reunion at the home of the di.md Mrs. Herberi Silver. 950 Jefferson. Ave., Miami Beach, on Sunday. March 19. at camp friends and I parents have been invited to be Unhan.l for songs, refreshments I and movies taken at camp last | summer. The : announce that the ]"'' % %  ? :i Julv 2 and close [August 26. This is Osceola's 26th :th year under the %  ration. Mr. Silver is Inow I rig al the South Beach S hool, while Mrs. her at the Nautilus I Sen .. at ion is now open for lumpers for both Camp Osceola lior boys and Camp Osceola for gins, i: -. ,| parenta may con icci the directors by .calling |5-o9.a or 5-4239. 2 FAMOUS NAMES FEATURED BY WOLPERT'S Living Room Furniture and IMERAI ELECTRIC Appliances FURNITURE Co 1 200 Coral Way Beach Apartment Assn. To Hold Installation The Miami Beach Apartment Association, Inc. wil Ihold its fifth annual dinner dance and installation at Copa City on Sunday ajjgj&gggg^ PAGE TWENTY-ONE evening, March 19. Mrs. Rose Solinsky and Mrs. Irene Adler are co-chairmen of the affair. Tickets may be purchased at the office of the association, 420 Lincoln Road. Person Sought Chayah Sandberg, formerly of Pinsk, Poland, and now residing at Haifa, Israel, is seeking her sister's daughter, Elka Botnofsky, who had been a dressmaker in Pinsk and arrived in this country about 20 or 25 years ago and is now living in Brooklyn, New York. Anyone with information, about her present whereabouts is. asked to communicate with Samuel Poritzky, 930 Diven St., Peekskill, N. Y. The tire that changes eve. ... changes p ur ear and yout f • •CHANGES Your Margin of Safety! The new MidCentury Triple-Traction Tread sweeps, biles and holds where lires have never held before—nil wealher, all seasons, all road and traction conditions. 'CHANGES Your Car's Appearance! Designed by world"s top-ranking automotive designers, they immediately lower and lengthen the appearance of any car, old or new. •CHANGES Hit Beauty of Your Tins! Gives you the new and exclusive Protective Curb Guard and Everlasting H'hitewalls. 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flUDAY. MARCH 17, 1950 -Jewist fhrMtof} PAGE NINETEEN t< Between You and Me" By BORIS SMOLAR (Copyright, 1948, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) ZIONIST PACT: Representatives of the Israel government and of the world Zionist movement are studying a proposal for an agreement be{u-een the Jewish state and the Sr„rld Zionist Organization It nnvides for the granting of a Sorter to the World ZionisfOrinization by the state of Israel The Charter, which would be incorporated into the laws of Israel would define the rights of the WZO and the Jewish Agency in Israel ... The Israel government would recognize the WZO as the instrument of the Jewish oeople throughout the world for accomplishment of the specific tasks set forth in the Charter No public organization dealing with similar tasks would then be permitted to operate in Israel without the prior joint consent of the werld Zionist executive and the Israel government The functions of the WZO organization will include: 1. Organization and administration of imigration; 2 Maintenance of immigrants in the initial stages of their absorption into Israel's economy; 3. Cooperation with the government in colonization and development schemes for the integration of the immigrants There are to be joint consultations between the Jewish Agency and the Israel government in the matter of immigration schedules .. The Jewish Agency would bear the responsibility for the immigrant up to the point where he obtains permanent housing The world Zionist executive would be entitled at all times to consult with the Israel government on matters relating to the Charter ... It would also be entitled to transmit to the Israel Parliament, through government channels, communications relevant to the operations ot the WZO This would include suggestions for the initiation of legislation deemed helpful b these operations The world Zionist executive would be free to raise loans secured by WZO property in Israel This property would be exempt from taxation or seizure The Supreme Court of Israel would have final jurisdiction on all questions pertaining to the interpretation of the rights granted to the WZO under the terms of the Charter This proposal will be one of the main issues under discussion at the forthcoming session of the Zionist Actions Committee next month. JEWISH SURVIVAL: More and more books on Judaica are now being published m the United States every month • • In this respect, the United States is now beginning to take the place of pre-Nazi Germany where many good volumes on Judaism were written by German-Jewish scholars The latest books of this type which appeared this month in this county are Trude Weiss-Rosmann 's DE SOTO HOTEL AND HEALTH RESORT A Modern, Steamheated, Fireproof Hotel. All Room* with Private Bath or Shower. Elevator and* Telephone Service. Physiotherapy — mat. •age — eolonica — mineral baths and allied treatments. Special diets for thoss in need. R't y o Hot wlth Reasonable ""' 5 p r Week, Per Person. American Plan. p A h^ ETV ,.. HARBOn **•*• "one: Clearwater 3-2S7 NEW LOCATION HI-VOLT BATTERY MANUFACTURING AUTO & MARINE GENERATORS STARTERS Quality Phuv-Sewrfc* ^•Uy Own** fc Guaranteed CALL 9-0S37 N.W. 7th Ay. "Jewish Survival," Dr. Julian Morgenstern's "As A Mighty Stream" and Rabbi Solomon B Freehofs "Preface to Scripture" In "Jewish Survival" the author analyzes the factors which have helped the Jewish people survive persecution throughout the ages ... She comes to the conclusion that Jewish survival is the fruit of a fusion of Jewish spiritual ideals with Jewish ritual •*.'-' 1 V' A f A M'ghty Stream" the author's understanding of Judaism is that of an historic religion "History is the dynamic of Judaism," Dr. Morgenstern says ... He develops the theory that Judaism, impelled by divine will and purpose, is like "a mighty stream flowing onward surely, majestically, with constantly increasing depth and breadth and power, through life, through time, through history! into eternity" ... In "Preface to Scripture," the author brings out the philosophy and mood of the Bible and explains how the Bible became a vital force in the development of Jewish worship. • • WASHINGTON MOODS: A line of gentle pressure is now being applied by the United States with regard to Israel... The State Department is aware of Israel's policy of neutrality between the East and the West and is trying to secure a modification of this policy ... It is very important for the U. S. to have the Jewish state fit herself into American policy in the Middle East Especially since some kind of a Mediterranean pact under U. S. auspices seems to be under consideration Tha. first move in Washington's pressure on Israel is the open approval by the State Department of the British shipping of arms to the Arab countries The second move is the bait held out to Israel in the form of a possibility that the U. S. may also provide the Jewish state with arms Naturally, these arms will be provided only if Israel agrees to join an American-sponsored pact whenever it is concluded ... A regional defense ring in the Middle East cannot permit Israel to be a gaping aperture in CEJWIN CAMPSPORT JERVIS, N. Y. In the Catskill Mountain* Established 1919 NON-COMMERCIAL PROGRESSIVE EDUCATIONAL CAMPS — IDEAL FOR JEWISH BOYS AND GIRLS Land and water sports; aesthetic activities; resident doctors and nurses; Jewish cultural influences; Sabbath and Dietary laws observed. RATES $375. Send for descriptive booklet "FL" A. P. SCHOOLMAN. Director 2S1 West 83rd St, New York 24 the center Other means of gentle pressure on Israel are loans • The $100,000,000 loan which Israel received from the U. 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PAGE TWENTY-FOUR *Jmistiflcridfiair FRIDAY. MARCH 17 DISTINGUISHED AMERICANS FORM CHRISTIAN rnL'S FOR 1950 UNITED JEWISH APgEAL .1950 Meeting Place Changed .chairman. Meetings win be held The Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai every Tuesday at 12:15 p. m at B'rith, has a new meeting place Mei-Ym Restaurant, Collins Ave for its weekly luncheon club at Lincoln Road, meetings according to Jack Gold, i Many distinguished Americans have joined in forming the National Christian Committee of the United Jewish Appeal to mobilize the support ot all Americans for the tasks of immigration and settlement in Israel, rehabilitation and relief overseas, and refugee adjustment in the United States. Among the leading members are: (top row. lett to right) Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt and Senator Robert A. Taft of Ohio, honorary chairmen: Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr., national chairman; and Winlhrop W. Aldrich. chairman of the board of the Chase National Bank; (second row, left to right) Secretary of Agriculture Charles F. Brannan; Secretary of the Interior Oscar L. Chapman; General Lucius D. Clay: and Gov. Alfred E. Driscoll of New Jersey; (third row, left to right) Gov James H. Duff of Pennsylvania: William Green, president of the A. F. of L.: roving Ambassador for ECA W. Avereil Harnman: and former Secretary of Commerce Jesse Jones: [bottom row, left to right) Senator Wayne Morse of Oregon; Philip Murray, president of CIO; Secretary of Labor Maurice Tobin; and former Under-Secretary of State Sumner Welles. UJA supports UPA. JDC, USNA. Coulton Bros. %  Where u Friend in Seed is a Friend Indeed.'' Accidents WILL HAPPEN fSSfe let us fix 'era. 4'omplvte Paint A Hodu Shop Our stall is capable oi handling any job, whether it is a wreck or a dent. Prices are very reasonable and work is guaranteed. Estimates cheerfully given. One trial and you will be convinced. STOP IN AND SEE US. S. W. 8th St. and 8ih Ct. Mrs. Mendelsohn To Demonstrate Passover Cookery At Institute On the Trai Ph. 3-2244 Ph. 2-6652 The Passover Preparation Injstitute sponsored by the Bureau' of Jewish Education of Greater' Miami has been postponed from Monday. March 20. to Tuesday. March 21. in town to avoid conflict with a Federation meetme. The town conclave will be held at the Miami Jewish Community Center. The Beach institute will be held on the date previously announced. Wednesday. March 22 j at Mendelsohn's Lincoln V. 2 Lincoln Road. Both sessions will meet from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Young mothers will welcome the cooking demonstration by Mrs. Fannie Mendelsohn, authority on Jewish cooking, who will demonstrate the preparation of gefilte fish, matzo meal knaidelee-h. fried matzos. Passover desserts and the making of the traditional Haroses. In town, the Passover customs and ceremonies will be explained by Rabbi Murray Grauer of the Beth El Congregation: on the Beach this portion of the program will be taken over by Rabbi | Moses Mescheloff of the Beth Jacob Congregation. The institutes will also include the teaching of Passover songs, a display of Passover decorations and objects and a demonstration of the complete Seder procedure. HOTEL OWNERS .... APARTMENT HOUSE OWNERS We offer you special prices on: SHEETS TOWELS LINENS BEDSPREADS HOUSEWARES BATHROOM AND CLOSET ACCESSORIES 2nd Floor Domestics 1261 Washington Ave. Miami Beach Ton ntrerknow fl hen one or more •f theie common ailmenU may coma along and Interfere with your work or pleaaure. So be wise—hare • plentiful aupply of Alka-Seltzer on band for the quick relief it off era. Juat drop an Alka-Seltser tablet or two in a glaaa of water, let it flaa, then drink It. No ahaking, no tuning, no trouble at alL At all drug atorca. When Your Tablets Get Down to 4 That's the Time to Buy Some MORE !£% IfcRjjtftt 4 ruu OUNCIS...A wHOU •/ POUND...MOM FOR TOUR MO WT NOW IN HANDY UU THAT SUCI (ASICB, CUANn ...MORI ECONOMKAl TO HI VI NO SPRtA* SAM! FAMOUS MtAKSTOM QUAirrr...CRUMint SMOOTHER, IN SPREADS, SALADS, SNACKS. WSiflTJ CREAM CHEESE BARS Watch Ike Whol. Family Gofer** ^j,^ •WAKSTONI I uMmMmi APffTITIlAltl A.AnN*hb-W K^M Miami Office 1713 N.W. 7th Ave. Phone 8MT31 We Believe "Friendship" Is Good Business It exists only where there is mutual affection or esteem. It perpetuates trust and understanding. Friendship is good will...it builds permanence. Yes, we believe in friendship. That's why, at your locally owned and operated Pan American Bank, there's always a homey, neighborly atmosphere...helpful understanding counsel and close, efficient attention to all your banking needs -regardless of the size of your account. Come in today...meet our officers and inspect our complete, modern {? banking facilities. You'll find a ready welcome...always. PRESIDENT PAN AM BANK of MIAMI, FLORIDA Banking Heart of the Western Hemisphere fo Am.rkon Bonk Build;-,, 117 N. E. Fi A*— MEMBER MEMBER FEDERAL EDERAL M$EVE SYSTEM ^ EPOSIT INSURANCECORJ^ ^0*



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PAGE TWENTY 9-Jmisl^ncridiaiJ To Present 'Mikado'Mar. 21,22 Two performances <>f Gilbert and Sullivan's "The Mikado" will be presented by members of the Hillel Foundation at the University of Miami on Tuesday, March 21. and Wednesday, March 22, it is announced by Mrs. Irwin Weinstein. director of the production. Tuesday's performance will be held at "the Ada Merritt High School in Miami, and the Wednesday production will be shown at the Miami Beach Senior High School at 14th St. and Drexel Ave. Heading the cast of 29 talented students is Donald Kaplan, who appeared with the Music Circus. Others in featured roles are Richard Gordon. Lillian Steen, Ruth Pjlinsky. Iris Solomon, AI Murray. Robert Goldstein and Carl Lipschutz. Proceeds will be used for the current building fund to construct the new Hillel house quarters at the University of Miami campus. Walter C. Kovner. president of the Hillel Advisory Council has announced that a site for the new building has already been selected and granted by the university. Tickets are available through the B'nai B'rith offices. 330 Seybold Bldg., or at the door. Visits Pythian Women Mario Kingsgaard, district deputy of the Pythian Sisterhood, paid an official visit to the Roosevelt Temple of Pythian Sisterhood at its meeting on Wednesday night at Beth El. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN TIM-: CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C1RCL1T OK FLORIDA. IN AND Folt DADE l-Ol'NTY, — IN CHANCERY, No. i ; • > BEATRICE BRONKIN. Plaintiff, vs. riui.ii' r.ito.NKi.N, Defendant. Philip Bronfln 1337 E 16th Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. Y..11 are required to serve a copj of your answer to the Hi" of omnlainl for Divorce on ilir plaintiff" attorney, and to file the original answer in the office of the Cleric of the Circuit Court i before tne day of April, A.D. 1950, otherthe Bill <>f Complaint for Divorce, afore filed herein, will be taken mfesst-d by you. Dated at Miami, Florida, this the in day of March, 1950, E. II. WEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Clrcull Court, Dade County, Florida. (Clrcull Court Seal" .,.,.-,. i:. WM W STOCKING.. Deput) Ma me and Address of Plaintiff Solicitor: MILTON A FRIEDMAN, l2:i Seybpld Building, Miami. Florida. :: 17-24-11 4/7 ith u is.-. heret as Clerk. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF KH'Kll'A. IN AND Foil DADI. COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. Plaintiff, vs. I lefendanL LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE I'OI'NTY JUDGE'S c. >URT IN VNH FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No. I ti ESTATE OF Ri ISE UPSITZ, I', %  •To All % %  lorn and All Persona Havns or I lemanda Aga inat s d Estate: You, I each of : %  ou. arc hereby i }•• %  .-\^. -r:i to and presented RP aforei ame "ill be barred. See St. 21 of the 1983 Probate Act, Date Man h 17, A.l> 1950. MILTON LEON I.IPSITZ, As Ev cutoi of the 1. i-i Will and Testami I I of ROSE LIPSITZ, Deri B< ELKY STONE Ait-%  Executor. MUSI'S. MINNIE SPERLING. MORRIS SPERLING, Mr. Morris Sperling;, c o llraverman. ITOI Avenue R. Brooklyn, New York. You are required to serve a copy ol your answer to the BUI "f Complaint for Divorce on the plalntlfl s attorney and to file the original gnawer in the office of the Clerk of ih,. Circuit Court on or before the lnth day %  >< April, A D. 1850; otherwise, the Bill of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore filed herein, will be taken as confessed by you. Dated ill Miami. Florida, this Ihe |i das of March. l5o. E B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Clrcull "oui t, i lade County Florida. %  Circuit Coui i Seal I By: WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk, Nam.and Address of Plaintiff's Solicitor: MILTON A. FRIEDMAN, IH23 Seybold Building, Miami. Florida. :: 17-24-31 I 7 LEGAL NOTICE f lith NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GH l-.N that „,;. u „der.lgned. desiring to engage In B^lness under the fictitious name victory Cleaners at H"t> B W v, Street. Miami. Fla., Intends to regie e mid name with the Clerk of the Clrcu Court of ^e County. Ff-ROSE BREESKIA Sole Owner J/J-10-X7-24-31 Florida. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IX Till: CIRCUIT COURT OF THE l-l FVFXTH JUDICIAL C1RCUT INAND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. %  IN CHANCERY. No. FRED'C Z1NGLINE, Plaintiff, vs. FRANCB8 .1 ZINGLINE. DefendTO" F RANCES J. ZJNGJJNE. .,: %  HARMON STREET. CORPUS CHR18T1, TEXAS roil ARE REQUIRED to serve a ,.,.,, %  of your answer to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs ettorne>. %  ml file the original answer in the I flee of the Oerk of the Circuit Courl on or before the 81 day March, 1M0, In the abo\e entitled ;..,„s,. for divorce, otherwise a Decree Fro Confessu wUl be entered against '"''— : lh E 'B^^KA'T^VHM'A^; 0 Clerk of the Circuit Court. ,, i "" i oun "ayM. c. rawB, Deputy Clerk. EMAX1'BL I.KVINSON. Attorney for Plaintiff. 607 Blaemyne Building, Miami 32. Florida. 3/J.10-17-24 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS IV THF COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 2:17:17. In Re: ESTATE OK ^^ 1 JACOB JOSEPH SIMONHOFF. 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 SIMONnol'F deceased, late of Dade County. Florida, to the Hon. W. F. Blanton. Countv Judge of Dade County, and file the same in his office In the Countv Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar m from the dat hereof. Said contain the legal address of claimant and to be sworn to presented as aforesaid, or same be barred. See Section 120 of 1933 Probate Act. Date February 21st, A.D. 19o0. HARRY SIMONHOFF SAM S1MONHOFF As Executors of the l-ast Will and Testament of Jacob Joseph Sinionhoff, Deceased. 2/24 3/3-10-17 raiDAY, MARCH LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATTT^T N THE CIRCUIT c<^> AT 1 l N ELEVENTH JUDICIAL ?,T H E IN AND FOR I A |.!' >." C I -'1T FLORIDA. m CHANCERY, & T Ml III i 130803. RAFAEL MIRO and OTllIv his wife, Plaintiffs, tgAtSi ANTON and LOUISE ANTON^ fendants. ly N DeTO: ALFRED ANTON 36 Rush Avenue, Blnghamton, New Y'oik AND LOUISE ANTON, 36 Rush Avenue, Blnghamton, New YOU AND EACH notified a Bill of Co York. OF YOl' mplalnt f or Declaratory Decree and othe'r rVt has been filed against v.,„ :„,,?' above cause and you are r ,!" „ ^ to serve a copy of your A„„-" lr !? the and will the NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE ciltClIT ColItT OF THE Hill JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No, 130740. JOHN TABACCO, Plaintiff. Vs. MAI'.Y TABAi 'C( >. I lefendant. TO: MARY TABACCO 240 Angelo Street Rochester. New York You are required to serve a copy of your answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce on the plaintiffs attorney and to file the original answer in the of the clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the Srd day of April, A.D 19.10; otherwise, the Bill of Complaint for Divorce heretofore filed herein will )"• taken as confessed by you. Dated at Miami. Florida, this the 1st day of March, 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida. : : i "oui t Seal) By WM. w. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN i"i IUXTY JUDGE'S C< (CRT, I'ADF. COUNTY, FLORIDA No 21391. RE: ESTATE OF MORRIS RAUBFOGEL. I... -.-,] NOTICE is hereby given that I have riled my final report and petition tor Final Discharge as Administratrix of the estate of Morris Raubfogel, deceased: and that on the 27 day of March, I950, will apply to the Honorable .1 idge w. ,i. isianton, County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approvi I of said final report and for final discharge as Administratrix of the estate of Morris Raubfogel, deceased. This 21 day of February, 1950. ELSIE li Ai'i.Fi KIEL, MILTON \ RRIEDMAN Atton.-. for Administratrix 2 24 :' .'-: n-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY fJIVEN that the urderslgned, deahini to engage In business under the fictitious name of Standard Rebullders at 5902 N.W. 7th Avenue, Miami. Florida, intend to registei nald name with the Clerk of the Cln li; Court of Dade County, Florida ROBERT 01 'REN JOE TEPPER 8 17-24-31 4 7-14 Name and address of l'l.iii tiffs Solicitor: NORMAN R. LYONS :<: 4 i '.\ mpla Uuililing Miami Florida I 3-1Q-1T-24 STOCKING, Deputy clerk. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IV THE CiltClIT COURT OF Iii; : ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DAI'K COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. I N'I i'i-ii'il'-RG FIEDLER. Plaintiff, vs. WILLIAM MAX FIEDLER, Defendant. TO: WILLIAM MAN FIBDIJBB c o Alfred University Alfred New York YOU ARE REQUIRED to serve a ,-,,p\ of your answer to the bill Ol complain) for divorce on the plaintiff's attorney and file the original In the of| • of the Circuit Court Cl.rk on or before April ::. 1950: otherwise the allegations of .-aid Hill will be taken as confessed by you. Daled this 1st day of Match. 1950. i: B, LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Cln ait COnrt Seal) By M. C. FEIGE, Deputy Clerk. MARX M. FABER Attorney for Plaintiff 112 Congress Building Miami, Florida :; 3-l"-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of The Silver Club at Dade County, Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ADOI.PH A. HOLLANDER 3941 N. W. 1st Street, Miami 2/17-84 3/3-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW TO WlloM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, pursuant to the "Fictitious Name Statute." House Bill No. 117r., Chapter No. 2096S, laws of Florida, 1941, will register with the Clerk of the Circuit Court, In and for Dade County. Florida, upon receipt of proof of the publication of this notice the fictitious name, toivit: ALLAN HARDWARE STORE under which 1 am engaged in business. I .xpeet to engage In business at number fi^to N. w. 7th Avenue, in the City of .Miami. Florida. That the party Interested In said business enterprise, Is as follows: LILLIAN ROSENBAUM ARONOVITZ & ARONOV1TZ. Attys. Set bold Huildlng 3/3-10-17-24 Mate' of'Vhe nrsi" "pub licit ion {„ "^a?ntVs* P a't,o,,. ""' VS2 iaid claims or demands to 0 ?f gIn l aln n lf ( ne *£g% J Rte th. the Circuit Court on or before iff 3rd day of April, 1950: other!?!! h allegations of taid Bill of ConSlslil will be taken as confessed by v MARCH 3. 1950. E. B I. EAT H Kit MAN Clerk of the Circuit ,•,,.', (Circuit Court Seal) tourt By WM. W. STIH'KING JACK A. ABBOTT D PUty Attorney for Plaintiffs 927 Lincoln Read. Miami Beach, Fla. 3/10-17-24-31 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of The Tropical Shop at 23'.i S. W. gbri St., Miami, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of th Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida 'MICHAEL W MARTIN ELSIE MARTIN" 3/10-17-24-31 4/7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW XoTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of QOLDEN. ARROW MOTEL at 15600 Collins Avenue Hade County. Florida, int.:.,ls to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. HAROLD B. CANTOR KI.RY STONE Attorney for Harold S. Cantor : S-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage business under the fictil is name of HERBERT JORDAN ORIGINALS at Boom llOt, Fashion Mart. 127 N.W. 'ind Street, Miami, Florida, intend to reglstel said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MAX DROSD BELLA DRoSD HERBERT JORDAN AMOS BENJAMIN Attorney for Applicants :i 10-17-24-3] NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tinundersigngd, desiring to engage In buslm tnder the fictitious nan, ,,** Lucky Products Co., not Inc. at 1204 N. W 62tl Street. Miami. l'ade Count.-. Florida, Intends to register pa d I ne with the Merk of the Cil cull Court of Dade County, Florida. HERMAN B. SPRINGER DeCOSTAS MAER & FLOYD, 607 Bisi ne Bldg., Miami, Fla. Attorn. .for Herman B. springer, doing bus ness as Lucky Products Co.. nol Inc. n 17-24-31 4 7 NOTICE TO APPEAR SMALL CLAIMS rnl'llT. FIFTH DI8TRICT, I'ADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No 3768 Jl ISEPH STII.I.MAX. d b .. STANDARD GAS STATION, Plaintiff, vs. JERRY A. REGAN Defendant, YOU, JERRY A. REGAN, are hereby i •-, (lined t.i appear for trial of the above captloned cause on the lith day of April, 1950, at 2:00 p.m. at the Courthouse, l %  •• Meridian Avenue, Bench, Florida, and your failure to defend this cause will result In a default and a Judgment being entered for the plaintiff. Dated .it Miami Beach. Florida, this 2nd day of March. 1950. KENNETH OKA, Judge of small Claims )OUl I 'SKA 1.1 MANFRED -I BERLINER Attorney for Plaintiff I Lincoln Road 10-17-24-31 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IX THE CIRCUIT COl'RT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY. No. 130661. CATHERINE PATRICIA LeMOINE, Plaintiff, vs. THEODORE LeMOINE, I 'efendant. TO: THEODORE LeMOINE 26 Wild wood Avenue C.reellfield. Massa cli u set ts You ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a suit for divorce has been brought against you by CATHERINE PATRICIA LeMOINE and you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any on the Plaintiff's Attorney. GEORGE J. TALIANOFF, 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and file the original in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 27 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. 197.0. E. B LEATHERMAN, cu-rk of Circuit Court. 'Circuit Court Seal) By R. H. RICE. JR., .3-10-17-24 De Uty C erk NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IX AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE. No. 23610. In Re: ESTATE OF ROSE ME LIN SON, 11, -.-eased. To All Creditors and All Persons Having claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you, are -hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you. may have against the estate of Rose Melinson. deceased, late of Dade County, Florida, to the Hon. W. F. Blanton, County Judge of Dade County, and file the same In his office In the County Courthouse In Dade County,. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Date Feb. 2S, A.D. 1950. GERTRUDE BERSON, As Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of Rose Melinson. Deceased: MlLTo.X A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Executrix 3/:i-l"-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY 6IVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of L. & F. CORAL WAY KOSHER MARKET at 1741 Coral Way. Miami, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. LOUIS TEICH FRED I! ERNST KIN THEODORE J. 8AKOWITZ Attorney for Applicants 3/3-10-17-24 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. II.'iP.IDAIN CHANCERY, No. I30S99, LEO F. ANTOIXE, Plaintiff, vs. SH1RLEE AXTOIXE. Defendant TO: SH1RLEE ANTOINE 161 Keystone Street Reno, Nevada You are required to serve a ropy of vour answer to the Bill of Cnmplalti for Divorce on the plaintiff's attunwr and to file the original answer In tig office of the Clerk of the Clrcjii Court on or before the l"th day of April, A.D. 1950: otherwise, tl* Bill of Complaint for Divorce lie:rtchr filed herein will be taken as contend by you. Dated at Miami. Florida, this ut 7th day of March, 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Courl, Dade County. Fioi Ida, (Circuit Court Seal) By F. J. GOULD. D.-puty Clerk. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Che undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Liberty Square Drug store at 12"4 tt. W. 82nd Street, Miami. Dade County. Florida intends to register nald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida. HERMAN i: SVR1NUER DeCOSTAS, MAER A FLOYD, f,"7 Biscayne Bldg., Miami, Fla. Attorneys for Herman B, Springer, doing business ils Liberty Square Drug Store 8.17-24-81 4/7 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! The Jewish Floridlon solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates. Phone 2-1141 for messenger service. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCl'T IN AND FOR HADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No. 130695. HARRY WILLIAM BRADY. Plaintiff, vs. MARGARET BRADY, Defendant TO: MARGARET BRADY*, 727 Tenth Street. B.E., Washington I). C. YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a Bill of Complaint for divorce has been filed against you in the above cause and you are required to serve a cop) of %  % %  ) %  %  Answer on the plaintiff's aland file the original in the office of the Clerk of the Clrcull Court on or before the list day of March, 1950; otherwise the allegations of said Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed by you. February 2*. 1950. E B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. w. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY. No. 130094. LILLIAN R. BRISTOW, I'laintiff, vs. JAMES BRISTOW, Defendant. TO: JAMES BRISTOW. 1332 Harvard Street. N.W'., Room 211, Washington. D. C. You are notified a Bill of Complaint for divorce has been filed against you In the above cans.and you are required to serve a copy 'if your Answer on the plaintiff's attorney and file the. original In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 31st day of March. 19".'); otherwise the allegations of said Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed by you. February 28 19S0. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court. 'Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. Name and address of Plaintiffs Solicitor: NORMAN R. LYONS 914 Olympia Building Miami, Florida 3/10-17-21-31 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT CO! RI OF THt. 11TH JUDICIAL CRCUIT g FOR DADE COUNTY, H.tiRIIM.IN CHANCERY. No. i:::-2:: RUTH PENIXHIF. > : "" ff ,, HENRY PENDORF, etaoWtg*"*; HENRY SCHLAPrENI">UI'H, D>TO'"HENRY PENDORF alto" as HENRY SCHLAPPENDOBPR c/o MRS. M. BOWER. 235 SOUTH HOPE STREET LOS ANGELES. CALIFORNIA. J You are required to serve a MPT" your answer to the B 11 ", ^ for Divorce on the Plalntlfl i AttortW and to file the original anse r in m office of the Clerk of the < Irouit "- on or before the 10th day of Apt* A.D. 1950; otherwise, the Bill •" HSCi plaint for Divorce hereto herein will be taken as y D ATED at Miami, Florida, tall '" S day of &f3^ T HEBMAN. •ir of the Circuit Court JACK A. ABBOTT. Attorney for Plaintiff, S27 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla. 3 ::-!"-17-24 STOCKING, Deputy Cl.rk JACK A. ABBOTT. Attorney for Plaintiff, 1*27 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla. 1/3-10-17-24 STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE, IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t,, eniMi;.. „ business under the fictitious name of Charm House at 210H Coral Way, Miami. Dade County. Florida. Intends to register aaid name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade Countv. Fioi Ida. riv,-r! il '',",'!!'A S ALEXANDER EMAN1 EL LEVENSON Attorney at Law •'."7 Biscayne Building Miami. Rforlda 3/3-10-17-24 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FI/iRIDA, IX AXD FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 180532. SADYE MuSKo Plaintiff, vs. MAX MOST-CO, Defendant. Mr -Max Mosko, 1487 Cahuenga Hollywood 28, California. You are required to serve a copy of your answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney, and to file the original answer in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 27th day of March. A.D. lsr.fl; otherwise, the Bill of Complaint for Dtvorde, heretofore filed herein, will be taken as confessed by you. Dated at Miami, Florida this the 22 day of February, 19",n. E. B LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. • Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIC.E. Deputy Clerk. .Name and Address of Plaintiffs Solicitor: MILT'>N A FRIEDMAN, 1023 Seybold Building, Miinil. Florida. 2 21 3/3-10-17 • file! (Circuit Clerk of the Dade County. Court Seal) By WM. W. Name and address of Plaintiffs Solicitor NORMAN R. LYONS, 914 JJlympia BulldlnK Mia nil Florida 3/10-17-24-31 • Florida. STOCKING. Deputy Cleric NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT Co}" 1 SIRCI'IT ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CII < g OF FLORIDA, IN AN '! No COUNTY. — IN CHAN' EBIi %  && Mrs. Bertha Graham, Townsend, Delaware. You your i— for Divorce on th copy, 1 are required tt .serve a^^ nswer to the '''?].,. -utorne}. „r divorce on the plaintiff"" „, th nd to file the original n er c ircall ,ffIce of the Clerk of dn! of i _— — Wnfr.i-0 tlM ii* r Oil Kurt on orbefore the 3,.n upiU March. A.D. 1950; other*ise.^^, of Complaint for filed herein, will "StU^rStaml. Florida, this 2, day of n§CTJ8|gg$&t C,e* 3 gft -Cfgtf (Circuit Dade County, Court Seal) By M. C FEIC.E. Deputy CU* Name and Address of M'^TVf^A^'FR'lEI'MAN. 102S Seybidd Building. Miami, Florida. 2/24 3/4-10-17 : '"



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PAGE FOURTEEN vJewist fk>ridliain rr JWDAYj* ARCH 17 Committee .Named To Sponsor A*ad>mv Produrtion Get these pre-Po$$over household aids to save time, work, strength, and money! PASSOVER CLEANING by ROKEACH* Sponsors for lhe Hebrew Academy production of "The Jazz Singer." to be presented at the Miami Beach High School auditorium on March 26. 27 and 28. are (bottom row. 1. to r.) David A. Mason. Harry Wasserman. Isidore Goldberg. Aaron Courshon. chairman. Dr. David S. Andron. president of the academy, Samuel M. Grundwerg, Kolman Luria; (second row. 1. to r.) Al Osnerofi. Rabbi Jacob L. Andron. Raymond J. Rubin. Jack Satin. Samuel Reinhard. Benjamin isherry; (top row. 1. to r.) Sam L. Sachols, Sol Lob si, Jacob Kaufman and Aaron S. Lauer. A committee to aid in sponsorship of the Hebrew Academy production of "The Jazz Singe:." which will be presented at the Miami beach High School Auditorium on March 26. 27 an I 28. has been named by Chairman Aaron G IUI -hon. Appointed to assist were Sam I. Sachols. Sol Lobel. Jacob -•\aufman. Aaron S. Lauer. Al Osfieroff. Rabbi Jacob L. Andron, Raymond J. Rubin. Jack Satin. %  Sam Reinhard. Benjamin Sherrv Dnv:a A. Mason. Harrv Wasserman, Isidore Goldberg. Samuel M. Grundwerg, Kolman Luna The play, written by Samson rtapnaelson. noted playwright, is being directed by Lillian Fox. It was the vehicle in which George Jessel first. achieved stardom. Later the same play proved the making of Al Jolson, who plaved „, L, ," intu^i :__ .u_ .. ... i n ual mstallati Judge Holt To Speak At Lodge Installation Circuit Judge George-Holt will be the principal speaker at anKosher Killed Chickens TENNESSEE POULTRY & EGG CO t WHOLESALE & RETAIL WEDS. A.M. THURS. A.M. Phones 9-2585 — 9-7981 1340 S.W. 8th St in the filmjtersion, the first talkie ever: ptuduced* t %  Exaras^or Scholarships Scheduled,For April 11 Exarjj.nations for 328 teacher training scholarships will be held throughout the state on April 11. State School. Supf. Thtfmas D. Bailey announced this week. The scholarship's include 50 Senatorial. 157 House of Representatives ahd 121 Amos Lewis awards, all to be filled by competitive examinations. The scholarships are part of the states teacher recruitment program to get more high school fessi ,ea thing proAnH'L 1 10 P S hfJ J arsh 'Ps are loans and the students can repav them in cash or cancel a year's note bv Senat'pV ^ The HoUse aWd senate awards carry a $200 a year award and the Amos Lewis carries a $400 gear award the Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith. on Sunday, April 9. at the Delano Hotel, it has been announced by Edward T. Newman, installation committee chairman. Judge Holt will speak on his recent trip to Israel. Sidney Aronovitz. Miami attorney, will be installed as president of Sholem Lodge for the coming vear. Banquet reservations may be made with the Sholem Lodge office, 330 Seybold Building, 82-5684. Restaurant Mendelsohn s STRICT i* ,, ni KOSHER • COMPLETE DINNERS FROM SI 35 £ '".'r £ ""' ____^ARVLAWS sSKsS^ Matzos, Matzo Products, Coffee, Nuts-In Fact YOUR ENTIRE PASSOVER" NEEDS may be obtained at the % % % % %  I ii iilliii lipiniiin it IlllUll lll.lll HlllJlHHlrfllaHllllil,, 170 N. W. FIFTH STREET PHONE 2-98 14 The Finest Kosher Passover Wines Imported and Domestic MOUNT NEB0 CEMETERY Offers to DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES ur r* A 5 f DTtrr PURCHASE PLAN I Ei£2"2 n g B u ^ri-ndc a pi„ g Perpetu., C.re p..^ Budget JJ • Special Protective Feature Ideally Located Near West Flagler at 53rd Avenue Genera Offic—Olympi. Bldg. For Inform^on ptonH 3720 RABBI S. M. MACHTEL Exec Vice-P r e\i d .T 3 -" 2 HOBERT YAFPET. Selw Dfeeeta, 1 !" T> DT6 V* WfH IS pi BirVrw IB-IJI nrro rtnro r-r n"W 1W1 *rjv txth TO ;*3 m y& %  f^n TiTaro-pin-pm owir^ryi) • *'-J'*V ,^rrw M6 J>"?J L'Chayim is made from the sweetest grapes grown in America, so it has not been necessary to add other sweetening to achieve the taste you like It is bottled at the L'Chayim winery in Cal.forma under the h.ghest and most ng.d standards in the country. L'Chayim is Koshered from en bottle by Rabbi H. Singer of Los Angeles, an eminent author and beloved leader. L'Chayim wine is made two favorite ways: 1 With the old-fashioned "grapey" e ot Concord. 2. As a full-bodied rich American MaUgD is ,r ib uie d by SOUTHERN LIQUORS COMPANY mo N.W. ?,H **,**' J ^-" '-' •" Phone2-6U9 Joseph R. St 9 i„ on rf S Jmon Gerson e> HH rtm m*r w ftsm "; d -|--r % 



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+ Jewish FhrMian PAGE THIRTEEN KjTGroups Have Right To Protest 1 It Prejudicial Films-ADL Official B"" __ Mn e.\v million At^aA Htinff th* ririr** minority groups six million dead being the price public to reject Mieve threatens right M "'"' ViV'to"reject of a lesson to those who other-ersuade: the,^ ve threa tens wise would not learn the price of C-hJchtho •> t insta nce, ]*S pictures. "Oliver m ?"Rrth ol a Nation"— LThetag an infringement SnTriTiffhis is specif icaliff/he %  % %  "' %  %  ndaries of law institution." Henry Ep*lSSr solicitor general of S2k and a national comJS,nhe Anti-Defamation J* r f W* B'rith, declared fcie oi "* %  ... ,. the Bade free speech and decent living. I am not prepared to rest easy on the assumption that it can't happen here." •fined" the legal c. tiii'kil bases underprograms of ther pro-demorst article of the producers of in: >n pictures "unave the right to t-xhibit their ico— L the edu>|ADL and : group--. kder the f fof Bight> jnatory mj Jtionably 1 fe-fij n""sald. At the %  feR Phasized Negro, and R'nian Catholic C retain their constitutional Fto n k rceful protest [such proles: :esulted in ac.in tl" of motlon III AS Group To Sponsor Concert The HIAS Peoples Tourist Committee will hold it's annual concert on Sunday, March 19. at 8:30 p.m. in the Miami Beach High School auditorium, according to an announcement by Joseph L. Tepper. chairman. Participating are Miohal Gibson, star of the Yiddish Art Theatre: Soprano Fanny Mazer; Yiddish Folk Choir: Cantor Morchi Yardeini: and Anyuta Melicov at the piano. All expenses for the concert are being defrayed by Louis Miller and all proceeds are earmarked for HIAS. Beach Masada To Meet March 23 Next meeting of Miami Beach Masada will be held on Thursday. North Shore Unit To Name Leaders North Shore Lodge, B'nai B'rith, will hold its annual election of officers on Monday, March 20,' at Temple Beth Sholom. it is announced by Mark Silverstein, president. Membership awards will be made by the B'nai B'rith Council for the District Grand Lodge. Gold Menorah pencils and parchment certificates will be presented to Leo Steinman. Lou Sherman and David Fenton. for "outstanding membership activity during the winter campaign." Steinman and Sherman will receive, in addition, marcasite menorah lapel pins for enrolling ten or more members in the drive. A musical program is planned for the men's and women's groups which will join in a social following the meeting. ARE YOU INTERESTED IN YOUR SONS FUTURE? General Insurance Solicitor Wishes to Expand Will train and accept as partner intelligent young man Good social background. Remuneration-Services plus small investment only requirement. Write Air. x. Box 2973. Miami 18. CASE OF six TABLE BOTTLES 85c 5-GALLON BOTTLE. 75c DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME "FOR BETTER HEALTH FROM INFANCY TO OLD AGE" PHONE 2-4128 ioi a richei, more enjoyable Passover nos hi. Hi -iias* MB, their it *£j"S! ld *2 I 5ttSr7irti P-'m. at the Miami ibition-:..' v'Vr\ co f 1 r d m n ;iBeach Jewish Center, it is angfr I Sid" xists, as of the her-or" variety. '"Life is not ,tsimple." he said. "There is a Bision cf opposing rights, both Iranteed under our constitu„ concept of freedom of iech—thef.eedom to exhibit a :ure or publish a book and the solute right to protest its evils.'" ipstein made a distinction bejeen the presence of such books "Oliver Twist" and "The Merlant of V.: (" in school lijaries and curricula and the (dilation lestionable motion ftures. '•' in the former ir.ee. "we may assume a de' of in' net on the part the p • ntial audience, the (otion picl rmdium reaches undifferentiated audience p:ch ma> ict negatively to avoral treotypes." Such fatrtypes iid, may well relit in "si dynamite." Bteplyin n to those who I'd that iple know best," |d citing • example of Nazi nany, Epsi n declared: am deeply concerned over make it MANISCHEWITZ all the way TONIGHT KENNEL CLUB wtfr.v % %  •• %  l *** %  -• STEAM-HEATED GRANDSTAND Triton Hotel Dining Room On the Ocean ai Twenty-Eighth St. Full Course Dinners Air-Conditiond Operated by Erwin frnhnrt Music Phone 5-6651 DOOM ifa rough the use of -^ HYL0M TEMTS A nylon ten. compl.ttly "v.r. th. •""'• j"'"'*j building in which a d.adly go. i r.UadThIMONO MACAROONS "^o MINTS CHOCOIATE MACAROONS -gaSlT jtUJ COCONUT MACAROONS' -JJJ"* JtU ZOEFIITI FISH wOCONItS -SSSSM IAIMONWIS ^aORSCHT „KAVITA ^COFHI „TEA _COCOA _STRAWBERRY PRESERVES _CHERRY PRESERVES _RASPERRY PRESERVES _GRAPE PRESERVES _PEACH PRESERVES —HONEY _FRWT CUTS _HONEY CAKE _CANDY BEEHIVE _CANOY FLAVORITES _CANOY GARDEN FRUITS .PARADISE CANDY _RASPBERRY CANDY -COCONUT DEtlGHT _FANCY CHOCOLATE —VIENNA BON BONS SOURETTES —APPLE SAUCE ^.APflE JUICE -fRUNE JUrCI —SALT -PICKUS _JXll TOMATOES -MANWAT -PEANUT Oil —VINEGAR _MAYONNAISP —CANNED BEEF —BLACK PEPPER —WHITE PEPPER —CINNAMON —GINGER -PAPRIKA —SOUR SALT -HORSERADISH CLEANSER I



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PAGE TEN 100 Young Adults To Attend Zionist Meet "•* w Parents Group To Launch Series One hundred representatives from Junior Hudassah. Masada, 1ZFA and Young Judaea Leaders are expected to attend the first annual Young Adult Conclave, featuring as its theme "Am Israel Chai—The P-.pl>' of Israel Live." which will be held March 24-26 at Camp Kendall. Kendall. Fla. Among the speakers slated for th educational weekend is Rabbi Max Shapiro, who will speak on Present Day Problems in Israel Mrs. Murray Grossman, president of the Florida Region of -sali. will lead the luncheon .n on Saturday. Her topicwill be "Why Be A Zionist Today." The educational workshops for the week-end will be led by Klaine Sachs, first vice president Southern Region of Junioi Hadassah. and Beverly Raphael. president of the Miami Beach Jr. Hadassah. who will lead Jr. Hadassah session: Gil Rappaporl. president of the Miami Beach Masada, Doris Aronson and Fred Rosen, regional board members of Masada. Masada workshop; Florence Abramson and Miriam Scheinberg, Young Judaea workshop. A feature of the conclave will r>e the Havdolah service, conducted bv 14 alumni of Brandos ip Institute including Rita Ross, Elaine Sachs. Selma Lewis. Beverly Raphael. Shirley and Lea %  i Iman, Jean Nevel. Marilyn Goodman. Phyllis Schermer. Al Heller. Bob Smallman. Miriam Scheinberg. Faith Alexander and Florence Abramson. Highlight of the conclave will be the Midura bonfire Saturday night when groups will compete stunt night. Applications may be obtained the Zionist Youth Commission, 235 Lincoln Road, phone -4643. A series of seven lectures on ."Everyday Living" will be | launched under the ausp: the parent education committee ol the Miami Jewish Community Center on Wednesday. March 22. at 8 p.m. and will continue each week until May 3. Featured at each session will be records and films. obtained through the cooperation of the Mental Health Institute of Southeastern Florida and station WQAM, in addition to discussants who will lead audience participation. "How To TelL Your Child About Sex" is the topic of the firs; lecture and will be developed I through the use of a film "Human Growth" and a record "Sex Education in the Home." The second session in the series is entitled "What About the Comics?" a record to be followed by a round table panel of discussants. Other subjects to be discussed : at later dates are "Why Won't Tommy Eat"." "Junior Has His Troubles." "Family Life," "Parents Through the Eyes of the Teen-Ager." and "Children's Allowances—Family Money." The parents committee, a subcommittee of the center's youth comittee. is composed of Mrs. Leo Sheiner, chairman. Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Gelb. Dr. and Mrs Samuel Gertman. Dr. and Mrs. Reuben Roehkind. Mrs. Irving R. Schwartz. Mrs. Lewis Sternshein, Mrs. Leo Alpert, chairman of the youth committee, and Mrs. Maurice Grossman, professional consultant. fJewlstflcridian Stevers. Elisburg Plan Full Theatrical Season Dick Stevers. legitimate play producer, has joined forces with Herb Elisburg. managing dicetoi of the Oriental Theatre in Chicago and is now lining up New York top run plays for production here next season. Next season the concentrated efforts of Stevers and Elisburg will bring a full season of legitimate plays to the Greater Miami area. Finding a suitable theatre for the project is the only thing pressing at the moment, as Stevers must make his committments for the plays now in order to have them for the next year. Dinner Will Benefit Children Of Israel Pioneer Women, Club No. Two of Miami Beach, has scheduled a dinner for Wednesday. March 22 at 6 p.m. in the Labor Lyceum. 25 Washington Ave.. according to an anouncement by Mrs. Joseph Mintzes. chairman of the Moatzal Hapoalot. and Mrs. Louis Rubin, chairman of the Child Rescue Fund. All proceeds will go to the children ot Israel. Dr. L. T. Bukstel Open Offiee FRIDAY. MARCH The FREEDOM of the secret | our government was • ballot is the cornerstone on which I Register now. V u t e May 2 A COMPLETE SERVICE FOR YOUR PONTIAC TRAIL PONTIAC, l\c. NOW IN OUR NEW HOME 665 S. W. 8th STREET PHONE 9-4576 JOIN US AT OUR COMMUNITY SEDER Given by THE MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND I CONGREGATION at 1101 S. W. 12th AVENUE SATURDAY. APRIL 1st, 1950. AT 8 P.M. Conducted by our Rabbi SI>JO\ APRIL Catered Dinner Kashruth Strictly Obsentdj MAKE RESERVATIONS NOW 3-6191 409611 iiF.UISTER today and VOTE in Ma Party Is Scheduled The Sisterhood of Congregation Beth El will hold a get-acquainted party for old and new members on Tuesday. March 21. at the Dora August Memorial Hall, according i to Mrs. Jack Shapiro, sisterhood I president. The party will follow a brief business meeting. THE RITZ PLAZA DIRECTLY ON THE OCEAN AT 17TH ST. MIAMI BEACH SEDER SERVICES conducted by Rabbi Samuel B. Fingerhut April 1st and 2nd COMPLETE $ DINNERS 6. Per Person Includes Wine and Traditional Passover Service Catered by the well known Restauranteur Veterans Dr. Leslie T. Bukstel announces the opening of his office for the practice of optometry at 5265 N.E. 2nd Ave. (Sabal Palm Center). Dr. Bukstel is a veteran of three and a half years service in the navy, where he served as a lieutenant. A graduate of Randolph-Macon College and Columbia University School of Optometry, he is a member of Omega Epsilon Phi Optometric fraternity. Chi Beta Phi Honorary and American Chemical Society. Dr. Bukstel is a member of Temple Israel and is on the board 1 of directors of the Men's Club of i that congregation. 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+ lwi*t! flvrkhan IS^ALMARCH ^fcw -} Statewide B'nai BVith Conclave To Be Held In St. Petersburg April 15-17 transportation chairman for this area, several buses have been The Florida State Federation of B'nai B'rith lodges will hold its annuul statewide convention in St. Petersburg from April 15 to 17. it has been announced by Dr. Matthew Drosdoff, state president. The Huntington Hotel has been selected as the site for this year's conclave which will include delegates from more than 20 lodges and women's chapters throughout the state. Principal speaker at the three day moot will be Max X. Kroloff. Anti-Defamation League chairman of District Grand Lodge No. Five and a former B'nai B'rith leader from Chicago. Als i scheduled to appear will be Pr. : Pi :k of the University of chartered to accommodate the delegates from the Greater Miami area. Reservations may be made at the B'nai B'rith Council offices. 82-5685. I amara Chapter To Hold Honor Luncheon Mar. 21 Members of Tamara Chapter. Mizrachi Women, will be awarded prizes for yearly donor earnings by Mrs. Jennie Gr 'ssin.ne'.-. hosteses. at their second annual donor luncheon on Tin Florida, and Dr, William Wexler, March 21, at noon at the Grossingpresident of District Grand L dgi er-Pancoast Hotel. No Ejy, e ~ i c Mayor Hald Turk will present h ". :ii F: : :, IPV??! the key to the city to Mrs. Sophie %  1! :" : ? : th D' s1 • Doshay, queen of the day A Lod No. Five will also (portrait of Mrs. Doshay will be %  f;7''" : m s wU presented to her by Artist Rosalie Z u Z \' irida lodgeS Cheyette. Ladies-in-waitins will be Mrs. Jack H. Kane. Mrs. Philip • .being first lady of the lanJ •! f G eati Miami and the W mien's Council. AcPa rty Proceeds Go To ZOA House I. Landsberg. manager of the Lois Apartments 211 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach, this week presented a check for $425 to Alfred Stone, president of the Miami Beach Zionist District, for the ZOA House in Tel Aviv. Israel. The sum was raised at the third annual Purim party at the Lois Apartments, which was sponsored by a committee working with the management. In acknowledging the check. Stone revealed that the Southeastern Region of the Zionist Organization of America will have a room in the ZOA House, where a specially designed golden book will bear the names of the purchasers of bricks. A plaque honoring the committeeof workers will be placed in this room. Bricks, he said, may be purchased for five dollars and up. The ZOA House will serve as an information center for prospective American investors in Israel, tourists, visiting scholars. IZ-19 both Jewish and Gentii P as the citizens of i sraB %  sire to obtain info^* America, Stone disclosed 1 onto a c 1 vicauditor i na bl 1500, the building'£"** 20 rooms. s WI1 J QM to Milton A. Friedman. Temple Isaiah To Hold Seder Anr. I T< mple Isaiah will hold a Seder servici te with tradition. ,1 dinner at the Shelborne Hotel, M Bi u :.. on Saturday, Aprii 1. at 6 p.m. TEL. 82-4202 Golden merit certificates will be presented to Miss Lillian Bogdan and the Mesdames Jack H. Kane. Joseph Doshay. Theodore Landesman. Israel Slotsky Ben P. Kazer. Max Sternstein, Betty Snyder. William Dittman. Morris Laster. Irving Turk. Louis Lemberg. Isidor Schlesinger and Louis Mechlowitz. Honorary life memberships will be awarded to the Mesdames Kane. Slotsky and Miss Gogdan. Rabbi Moshay P Mann wil Elllil Cohen wil1 b masti conduct the service and Dr Paui c trPrnonies Mls Emanuel Karger, Beck will cantor Ben: e 8onal director, will be pren Tupler, Jo, :.;, i; senthal s l nted u ,lh ,;< check for the orand Gloria Berry are in charge P nan ln Mizrachi schools in of arrangements! Hostesses will Isy el include th C Mae r> Donor chairman is Miss Bogdan. Ness, Jack B BenFl S ram chairman is Mrs. Kane. n S Ivers, Ann Berry. J. B. __. S :.:• id. 'Samuel S .: • •' ithal Benrupli Ann n C A. J H i; Her] %  :• G itn :.. M. Gill i I rick so ur j from any n foi ling 5-7455, Kneseth Israel To Hold Sedorium On April 1-2 Kneseth Israel Congregation Will conduct its first Sedorim in the social hall of the syna Saturday and Sundav." April 1 and 2. Rabbi Isaac H. Ever is supervising both Sedorim and will also Officiate. A complete Passover meal will be served. Information and reservations may be obtained = y ,/„ a o" ,ng the s vn agogue office. We Carry a Full Line of Strictly Fresh NORTHERN LAKE FISH YELLOW PIKE-WHITE FISH BUFFALO AND CARP Also All Southern Fish WE GRIND YOUR FISH FREE 147 N. W. 5th STREET M NASATIR. Program Director YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR WEVZ (940 on Your Dial) EVERY SUNDAY 12:00 Noon to 1:45 P. M. EVERY TUESDAY 6:00 to 7:00 P. M. A VARIETY OF STARS IN THE LATEST RECORDINGS AVAILABLE CLA SSICAL—LITURGICAL AND FOLK MUSIC Listen to our Special Feature at 1:15 P.M. 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PAGE SIX +.l(nistiFk>r§cfiafi raPAY L MABeH 17 •t Personally Speakinq Prominent Philadelphia manufacturer, Abraham Falik, and Mrs. Falik, are included in a larqe dinne qroup which will celebrate Passover at the Delmonico Hotel. The Faliks are season guests at the Delmonico. Visiting with Dr. Abraham Wolfson are his son and Visitor Honored On 81st Birthday Marking the occasion of her 81st birthday. Mrs. Esther Jacobs, a winter colonist in Miami Beach for the past fifteen years, was honored with a formal midnight supper party in the Pagoda Room daughter-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. Oliver W. WolisOn,.their children, of the Saxony Hotel last week. Charles Robert and Carol Esther. Five-year-old Charles Robert has won several prizes ior his many appearances on radio, answering all questions put to him while on the Juvenile Jury broadcast. He is being prepared to appear oh the Quiz Kids program. %  Jack Brettholtz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Brettholtz, 160 S.W. 17th Ct., will leave for New York ng*t week to join his wife, who has been visiting with her parents there for the past j and Stanley Jacobs. Three grandtwo weeks. They will attend the wedding of Mrs. Brettholtz' i children, "plus relatives and brother, Richard Kachalsky, on March 25. While there, the1 couple will celebrate their first wedding anniversary on March jff. Known fondly as "Ma" Jacobs, the honoree was attended by all of her children, who came from far and near for the event. The children include Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Jacobs. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Jacobs. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Jacobs. Mr. and Mrs. Teddy Jacobs. Mr. and Mrs. David Jacobs: also. Gertrude, Blanche many parts of the country to attend the function. Dr. Esther Tuttle of New York, personal physician of Mrs. Jacobs, also Houseguest of Mrs. Harry Klein, 2109 S.W. 7th St., is her j flew in for the occasion. Originally from Portland, Me.. where she was born 81 years ago. Mrs. Jacobs, after her marriage to Alex Jacobs, migrated to Plymouth, Pa., where the couple lived the greater port of their lives and where all eight children were born and raised. From Plymouth they moved to Wilkes sister-in-law, Mrs. Albert Davis of Washington, D. C. Jack Shapiro, 853 S.W. 11th St., was honored at a family dinner at Gray's Inn, Miami Beach, on the occasion of his birthday. Mrs. Shapiro's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Taffer of New York were hosts for the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Lew Taffer of Brooklyn, N. Y., were among the guests. Mrand Mrs. Max Mitntcktf Brooklyn. N. Y.. have an^l^^^fiteU^SSSS at the Delano Hotel to spend part of their mid-season vacation years together in great respect visiting members of their family here. They were entertained ar >d high esteem in the communcl dinner this week by Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Goldberg, at' il v and built tne Beth E1 Temple, the Goldberg home on Pinetree Drive. Mr. Goldberq is resident I Throughout her 81 years. Mrs. manager of the Delano. Mrs. Mitnick is an aunt to Mrs. Goldberg and to Mrs. Sidney Metnick, the former Diane Schwartz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Schwartz. Before arriving here, the Mitnicks made a trip through the southwest, stopping en route at Houston and Mineral Well, Texas, and New Orleans. Mrs. Mitchell Raffel and her daughters Selene and Mcrrva have returned to their home in Connecticut to rejoin Mr. Raffel who was with them earlier in the season. They had been spending their vacation with Mrs. Raffel's mother. Mrs. L. Szerlip Jacobs has been a leader in many oiganizations. Today she is still active in the real estate business in Harrisburg with her son, Leon. This year, as last year, Mrs. Jacobs ;s spending the winter season at the Saxony Hotel. Beth Sholom To Hold Meeting The annual meeting of the Trio of prominent visitors spending a mid-season vacation the oceanfront Delmonico Hotel are Mrs. Herman Lefkow MIL Philip Gould, of Schenectady. H. Y.. and Mrs. Philip Tumu f New Rochelle. N. Y. m Mrl-ond Mrs. Leslie C. Rome. 1308 El Rado St.. Coral Gables. ShoTomti?! take pSSfilfiS announce the birth of their first child, Stuart Lance, on March 10 ct Doctors' Hospital. The mother is the former Arlene Rose daughter of Mrs. Lillian Rose of Miami Beach. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. David Rome of Miami Beach. The bris will take place Friday at 10 a.m. with Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiating. Godparents will be Mr. and Mrs. K. Cassel Paul. Mr. and Mrs. Moe Adels of New York are spending several weeks at the Palm Beach Biltmore Hotel. Mr. Adels is in the jewelry busines. Mrs. Adels is a sister of Mrs. A. S. Baruch. 1635 Panel On "Effective Club WorkTo Highlight Dade Conference Meet •Effective Club Work" is the title of the panel discussion which will bethe feature of the meeting Jjurdintfs STEAM AND DRY IRON USES ORDINARY WATERSTEAMS \V HOURS! 1 7 95 17 Simply flip up the top and fill with water from your faucet This Casco iron is that easy to use! Weighs less than ordinary irons yet steamr for 1 V hours and requires less care Saves time, work and at this low price, saves you money Sparkling stainless steel finish won't corrode. Burdine's, Miami. Electrical Houseware*. Fifth Floor Street Floor, Weit Building of the Conference of Jewish Women's Organizations on Thursday, March 23. The meeting will be held from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Mrs. Louis Glasser. president, will preside at the business meeting. Mrs. Monte Selig, vice president and program chairman, will introduce the panel discussion after the luncheon. Speakers on the panel, arranged by Mrs. Isaac Levin, include Mrs Stanley C. Myers on "Club Management:" Mrs. Sydney Weintraub. "Public Speaking:" Mrs. president Maurice Serotta, "Publicity Procedure:" Mrs. Herberta Leonardv of the University of Miami Law School, on "Why Parliamentary Law?" day, March 16, at 8 p.m., in the temple patio. Harry Kohn, chairman of the nominating committee, will present the following slate of officers for election by the membership: president, Shepard Broad: vice presidents, Sidney D. Ansin, Judge Kenneth Oka, Harry Dinnerstein and Morris J. Kandel; treasurer, Abraham Zinnamon; financial secretary, I. C. Greenberg; general secretary, Abe Solosko. Candidates for board members are: Morris Alpert, Dr. Norman Russ, Max Dreyer, Hyman S. Kaplan, Samuel Beckerman, Abraham Schiff, Leon J. Ell, Frank Kamen, S. A. Goodman, Irving Rothman, Charles S. Tobin, Joseph Arkin, Ralph Lachman, Louis Goldman, Joseph Fenias and Morris Berick. Csmmittee reports will be presented by Judge Kenneth Oka, membership chairman; Jack Lawson, reception committee chairman: I. C. Greenberg, financial secretary; Abraham Zinnamon, house committee chairman; Mrs. Leon J. Ell, chairman of the school board; Mrs. Alexander Robbins, sisterhood president Alfred M. Mamlet, PTA and Frank Kamen, mens club president. Shepard Broad will present the president's report and Rabbi Leon Kronish spiritual leader of the congregation, will also deliver a talk. ROKEACH BORSCHT Make your Holiday meals tempting ... wholesome! Serve ROKEACH BORSCHT. \ Also use all other ROKEACH PASSOVER PRODUCTS ^OH$Ct^ \ ... Kosher and Parve, of course—they're ROKEACH! ROKEACH HONEY ROKEACH NYAFAT .ROKEACH i PEANUT OIL Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS. Utr Variety Women Plan Style Show The Variety Children's Hospital Women's Committee is sponsoring a fashion show on Thursday, March 23, at 12:30 p.m. at Copa City. Minna Lee fashions wil be worn by Coronet models, as well as members of the women's group. Eve Tellegan will serve as commentator. Chairman of the affair is Mai Frank RubeJ. Assisting her are I the Mesdames Dave Endy, HJIJ Kopplin, Dan Fitch. Jeanette ] Richmond, Kirk Landon and Mai-{ garet Floyd. Reservations may be made by I calling the Variety Club at 9-9! or Mrs. Floyd at 3-7803. sn TEMPLE ISAIAH Will Hold Its TRADITIONAL PASSOVER SEDER SATURDAY. APRIL 1, 1950 — AT 6 P.M. In the Beautiful Dining Room of the Hotel Shelborne RABBI MOSHAY P. MANN, Officiating CANTOR DR. PAUL BECK. Chanting Prayers Assisted by Children's Choir and Mrs. Graiffin. Organist FOR RESERVATIONS CALL MRS. BENJAMIN TUPLER. PHONE 86-5876 OR MRS. JOSEPH ROSENTHAL. PHONE 86-1857 I Baby's appetite tells you! When yourdoctor says to start solids, and you see how your baby responds to the flavor of Beech-Nut €ereal, you'll be glad that Beech-Nut also offers a complete choice of Strained and Junior Foods. 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.,v MARCH 17. 1950 *JBtM£kxkBm> PAGE ELEVEN L^P To Speak Ipro >lawh 17 Lmuel Koner. national director Kmedical plann ng departttofV Workmen's Circle lor rt 30 years, wiU lecture on yS Planning and Care" on Ev March 17, at 8p.rn.at he Ef'Lyceum. 25 Washington Miami Bench. ,he past." Koner states, Lquatc medical care has been fcult for the white-collar EL to obtain. About 30 years ,h f Workmen's Circle decided %  some coverage had to be tided for its members and its leal planning department was "his iecture Koner will give 1 historical background, both Ihe planning and the results leved. The lecture, which will l English, is sponsored by the -e branch'of the Workmen's He and their Women's Clubs Ithe Jewish Socialist Verband Breater Miam i. s. Katz Heads Kih Tfilah Unit Irs. Rachel Katz was elected Jident of the Sisterhood of gregation Beth Tfilah at a W meeting of the group. She ds Mrs. Sonia Shapiro. Ihers named to office were Rose Schneider, first vice Ident; Mrs. Dora Cohen, jnd vice president: Mrs. Anna ferman. third vice president; Fanny Turk, fourth vice lident: Sirs Bessie Jacobson. [surer: Mrs Florence Hoffman, pding and corresponding secfy: Mrs. Rose Lustig, financial Kary; Mrs. Gussie Zaidman fllrs. Len;i Kramer, trustees; Joseph E Rackovsky, adlard mi include the names Ann i Marlowe. Rose Ian. Ida a. Jennie Hill, by Goldberg Jennie Goldfine. Mom. B Cohen. Betty Jila. Eva 1 Iman, J. Levitt. ID n lie Rosch. Rose I.Esther Alter, Lena Shulman iKebitzen Sarah Bass. enlield Unveiling |ededic..'.:o(i of a monument fc memory of the late Charles treenfield. husband of Mrs. BnGreentield. 4100 Pine Tree Je. will take place on Sunday, fh 19, at 11 a.m. in the Temple 11 Section of Graceland lonal Park. Dr. Jacob H. KapV'll officiate. Mr. Greenfield irvived by his wife, two sons [two daughters. Relatives and ds are requested to attend. |fch Mizrachi Women Meet March 18 %  ami Beach Mizrachi Women's Jnization will meet Saturday, Fj 18, at 8 p.m. at Beth Jacob, F !a HrryT—Call I EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 1 ,?"• %  Color* % ,•! 1 '*• %  !• %  M17 -W ^ "E'DENBEHQ, own*. Obituaries LOUIS VANGILDER 57, \'-"""-'\ away foll,,w|nt a hirt attack on Tuesday at hi* in,me, IBM Jetltrtm Ave. Mr. Vantllder came here frdni liarkenwiifk X. .1 % %  :, v.-ars am and a-a* associate^ with .the Pood Pair Korea at the iim<,.f his death Hurvlvlnc are his wife, Lola; a daughter, Mrs Arnold Kemer. N. W York city: ami a aon, Leonard VanflMar, New Orleans. Services will be ( %  (inducted at the Beach Riverside Memorial I'hapel oil Thursday, March IK. at 11 a.m., with Interment taking placa at att. Nebo Cemetery. PHILLIP SCHMALHEISER 85, of SOS S.W. :!6th Koad. passed away Saturday. A resident for three years, .Mr. Schmalhelser came here from Savannah. He is survived bv his sons. Morris Small, of LOS Angeles. Edward small Palm Springs, Joe Small, Hollywood. Calif.: a daughter, Mra. tlus Llpsltx, Miami: a sister, Mrs Kays Conter. Savannah. Also surviving are twelve grandchildren and nineteen great-grandchildren. The remains were sent to Savannah for ,,, .„„ LEO GAINSBORO Or Ml ith St.. Miami Beaoh, passed awaj tasl week. Kurvlvor, include his u-,m d,l "Btei Myra, brothers "iiilam and Hy and alstera Molly •;• Ruth Plcara and K. w.-i,.'•*'" Be" Ices were held at Riverside rtf'Chapel, 1M6 Washington Cemetery m rment ln Mt. Xebo s > NETTIE HALPERT anv ?ti "'",' M ,chl f> Ave., passed awaj this week. Survivors Include her hushan.i Samuel, and children Sol, Btanton and Sylvia Steinberg; also T!2 ,'."-: M"*r. Esther Miller, Jennie ( ummlns and Louise s Services were held at Riverside Memorial Chapel. 1-3* Washington Aje with interment in Mt, Xebo < emetery, services and interment Funeral Home. by Uordon ELSE WAGNER 67. of 2333 N.W. XOth St.. passed away last Friday. Services were held in the chapel of the Gordon Funeral Home with Interment following ln Mt. Xebo Cemetery. MRS. RUTH HORWIT2 32. of 2350 S.W. 17th Terr., passed away on March 8. She leaves her husband. Harold, her mother, Mrs. Jennie Cohen, a daughter Sharon, and three brothers, Luther. Harold and Herman Bromberg. Remains were sent to Xew Haven, Conn., for services by the Gordon Funeral Home. MRS. TILLIE ZUCKERMAN IS, of L'rtlii s.W. 2nd Ave.. passed away in a local hospital Saturday. A resident for the past three years. Mrs. Zuekerman came here from Petersburg, Va. she is survived by two sons, Harry, of Miami, and William of New Y..rk: two daughters. Mrs. Kthel Hirshorn, of Petersburg, and Mrs. Bay Katzker of Miami. Services were held In the chapel of ill,'i'.rdon Funeral Home with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. Interment took place in Mt. N.-i,., Cemetery, MAURICE MAG ZWEIBEL 49, "f 6SS2 Collins Avenue, passed away on 'he 12th in a local hospital. 11.is sun ived by his wife Hi l< n The remains were sent to New York City for services and interment by Che Beach Memorial Chapel, 1850 Alton Road. PAULINE GOLDSTEIN 54. of 6:;:, Collins Ave., passed away "•, March 0. v winter visitor from N.-\v York. Mrs. Qoldsteln is survived by her husband Benjamin. The remains were sent to New York for services ami interment by the Beach Memorial Chapel, 1880 Alton Road, ESTHER GREENBERG 62, 'if HMO 15th St.. passed away on the 10th. A resident for five years. Mrs. Greenberg is survived by her daughter, Mrs. I.eo Zuekerman, of Miami Beach. The remains were sent to Xew York for services and interment by Beach Memorial Chapel, 1850 Alton Road. PHILLIP LEVY 54, of 1417 Lenox Ave.. passed away on March 11. He is survived by his wife Hilda. The remains were sent to Syracuse, X. Y. for services and interment by Beach Memorial Chapel. 1S50 Alton Road. DAVID CHOOK 72, of 817 Commerce St., passed awav on Tuesday. He is survived by his -wife, Kate, and six children. The remains were sent to Brooklyn foi services and Interment by Beach Memorial Chapel, 1S50 Alton Road. LEO FLEISCHEfl 26. of 226 Jefferson Ave.. a resident for six years, passed away last week. He Is survived bv his father Joseph and a sister, Florence. Services were held Sunday at the Beach Memorial chapel .is:," Alton Road, with interment following In Mt. Nebo Cemetery. Life Insurancs Estates Authorltativsly Programmed NAT GANS Metropolitan Life Ins. Co. 907 Blscayns Bldfl. Ph. 3-4816 or 4-9981 See or phone me for _/•"•" LIFE INSURANCE NEED! KOSHER (Live) CHICKENS Slaughtered When Orttered Under Supervision of Rabbis Mescheloff 4 Rickovaky Oar FWCT Pullet*. Yearling*. Turkey*. Duck* fc Day Old EOT Can Be Purchased Dtoact. Same price* a* our K.Y. Branch VV4 DELIVER Herman Poultry 87 Washington Are. *f-39 337 N.W. 5th St dfiami) 3-75M „ F OR A HAPPY PASSOVER Mak Reservation* Now For You and Your Family SEBER x7<-'HTK or ENTIRE WEEK World Renowned Cantor Jacob Breitman Coming from New York to Officiate •i<*ndolsohn"s Lincoln Manor oln R ad on the Ocean Tel. 58-4180 MRS. REBECCA B ERLICH ^... of 158 N.H Bayshore PI., nas.sed away Saturday. She la survived bv her • laughters Mrs. Charles Wolf, Miami Beach, ami Mrs. Benj. Dubb. Albany, IV i.: also a son William Erllch. of • leveland. Remains were sent to Albany for services by the Cordon Funeral Home. JACK GLICKEN %  .£ %  • o0 Pennsylvania Ave.. was Killed in an automobile accident last week opposite the Copa City, where he W S\ e,n l ,lo >'" 1 a doorman. Mr. f.licken. a resident here for eleven >ears, was survived by his mother, of the same address, and three brothers and two sisters, of Newark, N. J. Services were broadcast from the Beach Memorial Chapel lat Tuesdav. after which the body was sent to Newark for further services and Interment. Workshop To Present "A Child Is Born" Radio Workshop For Democracy, a commanitywide live radio series on human relations. will present "A Child Is Born" by Sidney Vincent, in its fifth program Wednesday, March 22. at 10:15 p.m. over station WMIE. Robert Barron, Manfred Berliner, Gertrude Marx, Judith Cohen and Arlene Cohen comprise the cast for this program. The dramatic presentation will be introduced by George Rickett, director, Gesu Drama Guild. The program is directed by Gertrude Marx, with Bernard Hutner, assistant director. Florida regional office, Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, serving as technical adviser. The sure road to better government is an alert aggressive people. Every good citizen should rei and vote. >/ f$ taste and quality have no equal 1 aeftlu fiih al in bed, with thai eld-time toite ond leiWemei I LENA OANS Vt Ife of the late Charles Cans passed away recently In a local hospital She is survived by; two sons. Maurice and Sydney. Miami Beach: two daughters, Lillian and Sylvia of West Palm Beach; and another daughter. Ruth of Port Chester. The remains were sent to Port Chester for services and interment by the Beach Memorial Chapel. DEBORAH BRODY Passed away follirwim. a short illness. She leaves her husband. Charles and son JUleS. The body was sent to NVw York for services and interment by the Beach Memorial chapel. SAMUEL RUBIN 55, of IL'TO N'.w. 51st Terr., passed away recently follow ins a brlei • • is A resident for 16 vears. Mr Rubin formerly resided In Newark, N J. winre he was a mattress facturer. He i-survived bv hin • l< nine his mother Mrs. Sonya • %  • ces w. re held In the loi d m Funeral lb,me followed by Masonic services it the grave In Mt. Nebo Cemetery, .. CURTIS LEFKOWITZ J6, of 2635 Collins Ave., passed awav '.'""•')ly Much a. He is survived by hiwife Mlllan."W % %  !.::,"and! h .. ItSPhSS? > h "'" "' "Staff where tiie bod> was sent by Riverside MemqrUl Chapel. Miami Beach KOSHER FOR PASSOVER ttrgSSS] NY10N 4 LINE 1 5 Lb. Tlt A SlslBlvu LEADER WIIE If. 35 II. No.. 1 la S. %  a AIL ao d. txti s^x a9. sio — *• PLY-FLEX BOD SAM *9. 110 "t PIOXCEH riRK HOOKS (A. Sinn I ta 9—130 WL PLY-FLFJC GLASS HOD 5| P-a I19.9S *W IAXGE ALUMTNUM 5*^0 TACKLE BOX •. f-9S LEAD EtNKEBS In. w J-oi. S4 10 %  iw. Sa S2.00 i-iif. 1 GAL. THERMOS IDG KMI with taci—R. J4.9S %  GAIVAVI2ED MIKHOW lOiBUCITETS. Tiq. 93M *> FOLDING CRA3 TMPS BA. RB. Sl.M M. .. ?4V HO. i -yg. SWIV2LS *ck et NYLON BRAttED PRE-STRETCHED 71 LB. TE5T LINE .' 4 li X9. J3.50 SO yd.. IIUUCED NYLON I:.'. QA. yh.—*•. S-S0 *VC \m PLUGS aclev. 125 • %\ 48 .. 53V SOW RODS. eD Hr*>. SLiahlW jbon cMI SOOa REELS AH kfaidi. Siigh'lr abav* cst. TIRES AKY BRAND FIRST f |71 Plut LINE UK 16 TIRE *W To* AKY BRAND SECOND JOT7 Plus LINE BOO 16 TrRE Tax AMY BRAND FIRST S4J *5T In UlTE U0 li TIRE Tax tit HUND • riRtr 11*1 LOW PRESSURE o.70x15 „..12.3 P 7.10 x IS 1 4.08 I 7.M x U 1S.3S U 8.20 x 15 17.63 S *.70 x lo 12.74 T 7.60 x 16 15.70 A 8.20 x 16 1 8.11 X SO tfMlT tit TBO W!T TOP *'?£ 1R TBUK OH TISM TOWER TIRE CO. 2197 N.W. 7t4 AVE. < c'UM-.K IZntf aTRPTT Phone 9-2201 HOME MILK TAKES PLEASURE In announcing to the Jewish Community of 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 for Passover For Information About Kashruth Call RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY Dirctoc of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth who take* personal care of the order oi lashruth TELL YOUR DRIVER OR PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW PHONE 2-7696 r PRODUCERS A4 5 O CIA T I ON Dairy Plan! and Sa\c Office: Northwes* 7th Avpnue at 24th Street %  Telephone: 2 766 \f" A fl