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The Jewish Floridian ( April 7, 1950 )

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fewiisltUEIIiOJpidliiayn Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY JME 23—NUMBER 14 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. APRIL 7, 1950 PRICE: TEN CENTS u ;idjourning for the Passlecess. adopted a bill aimed Tpuraging foreian capital mEn t in the Jewish state. .seven members of the jricnt voted in favor of the re which was introduced by ivernment, while 15 Mapam es voted against it. Eight members of the Knesset led. bill provides among other that approved investors ,, permitted to take out of iuntrv ten percent of their fments in dollars a year. It educes income taxes for the five years on earnings from v-ed undertakings estabby foreign investors in session was closed with a irer message by Speaker Sprinzak addressed to the of Israel an dto Jews shout the world. The latter [invited to spend next PassIn Israel. Inah Senesh Remains [ed In Israel lUSALEM. (JTA) — The containing the remains of ah Senesh — Palestinian who was executed by arian Nazi authorities after us parachuted into Europe in the underground escape Iwa in the Balkans — was on Mt. Herzl Hill here this with full military honors. feign Minister Moshe Sharett fized the memory of the poetess. Her remains lay in [In the courtyard of the Jewlency building here prior to bent. Developments May Force Britain To Back Either Abdullah Or Farouk LONDON. (WNS) — Developments at Cairo may soon force the British Foreign Office to a decision whether to back King Abdullah of Jordan or Farouk of Egypt, diplomatic sources predict here. British policy has been to prevent an open breach in the Arab League, now in session here, and at the same time permit Abdullah to proceed with peace talks with Israel. Abdullah, reportedly, has bluntly asked the British whether they back his peace moves. The Times of London, reviewing the situation, said that the split between Jordan and the other Arab Sstates is on their differing views towards Israel and Jordan's refusal to recognize the Gaza government. Unfortunately, matic circles here, is prepared to proceed with the incorporation of the Arab parts of Palestine into the Hashemite Kingdom and to reach a settlement with Israel if he gets full British backing. The Foreign Office, however, is divided on the issue, with an influential wing opposed to any move that would antagonize the Egyptians now. Steinhardt Dies In Piano Crash WASHINGTON, (JTA)—Laurence A. Steinhardt, U.S. Ambassador to Canada and one of the most outstanding American diplomats, died in an airplane crash en route from Canada to the United States, the State Dethe paper added, in Jordan the partment announced. He was 58 position of the Arab States is | years old. Between 1937 and 1945, interpreted as being based on jealously of possible Jordan expansion rather than on objections to direct negotiations with Israel. (The New York Times correspondent in Cairo reported last week that the campaign against negotiations with Israel was based on fears that a separate peace or series of peace agreements with Israel would "expose the Arab States to an economic vasselage of a new economic imperialism in which Israel would be both the dominant fatcor and an instrument of the West.") Abdullah, in the view of diploUN Conciliation Unit Sends Note To Israel, Arabs GENEVA, (JTA)—The U. N. Palestine Conciliation Commission presented a "top secret" note to the Israel and Arab representative here, believed to contain a new peace formula calling for direct negotiations between Israel and the Arab governments. The note was said to have asked for a reply by April 17. Meanwhile, 'he U. N. Trusteeship Council d opted in final form the first 31 articles of the draft statute on internationalization for Jerusalem. Under these articles, the whole city is constituted as corpus separatum under the administration of the U. N. The internationalized area is bounded by the towns of Abu Dis, Bethlehem, Ein Karin and Shu'fat. Article Three establishes that no judicial decision, administrative act or legislative measure may conflict or interfere with the provisions of the statute. Other he held the posts of United States Ambassador to Peru, Soviet Russia, Turkey a:.d Czachoslovakia. During the period of his service j articles provide for complete de" militarization and neutrality for tht area, a special flag, a seal and in Turkey—between 1942 and 1944—he successfully intervened with the Turkish government on a coat of arms, and a guarantee a number of occasions to permit of all the human rights and fundthe landing in Turkey of hundreds of Jewish refugees who had escaped from the then Nazi-controlled Rumania and were making their way to Palestine. He was lauded by the Jewish Agency for Palestine and by the Joint Distribution Committee for these achievements. Campaign Cleanup Committee Formed Appointment of a "Campaign Cleanup Committee" with Aaron Kanner as its head was announced this week by Dan Ruskin, 1950 Combined Jewish Appeal chairman. This committee, which will consist of approximately 30 to 50 people will have as its primary task the solicitation of more than 200 prospects who last year gave over $100 to the campaign but who so far this year have not announced their contribution, Ruskin said. In addition to the Campaign Cleanup Committee, it has been decided to name a Review Board to examine all contributions which have been made to date in the 1950 Combined Jewish Appeal and to recommend resolicitation of those contributors who in the opinion of the board signed pledges not commensurate with the minimum needs of the appeal and their known giving ability. A third committee will be named byPresident Wm. D. Singer of Federation to make plans for the annual meeting of amental freedoms associated with ^ b organization scheduled early the United Nations' Universal DtI m May. State Department Studies Israeli Applications For Purchase Of Arms II rd To Review [lii Sentences Nazi Crimes NICH, (JTA)—U. S. High iussioner John McCloy aned here that verdicts acig or imposing light ices on former Nazi officials ther war criminals will be ^ed by a special investigammission which will make ly of the acquittal of the Gestapo chief of Munich, jments presented during the ification trial of Karl |>hansl, chairman of the neogroup, "Vaterlaendische revealed that the organhas prepared material to the present restitution and lification laws in Germany, also shown that Bavarian ^rialists have betn providlancial support for the deit. Wilhelm Hoegner, Social cratic deputy, introduced a ^tion calling for a parliairy investigation of the albacking of the Feitenhansl by Bavarian industrialists. aid that neo-fascist groups been started off with the ance of "unknow financial represented by the Democratic Congressmen were Ohio, Missouri, New York, Wisconsin, Illinois, Pennsylvania and Massachusetts. WASHINGTON. (JTA) — The State Department is considering two applications from Israel for the purchase of American arms, Secretary of State Dean Acheson revealed. He made this statement to 30 members of Congress who conferred with him for one hour over the shipment of British arms to the Arab states. The applications that the State Department has under consideration, Mr. Acheson said, are: 1. A NEW YORK (JTA) — ihe request for permission, to make SSSTSS^L^JS^JtSli Arab DP's Are Not Allowed To Work, Lowdermilk Says |rzl Papers ^covered ENNA, (JTA)—Two files of fs of Dr. Thedor Herzl conhis political and literary tent, one sealed package and dozen private letters and ^graphs were discovered this t in the library of the Vienna Sh Community. f sealed package bears the pption, "Herri's letters—do i for 40 or 50 years." The age bears the date March 1, which means that it will be opened until 1877 or 1987. package was cealed by Moritz fcenfeld, executor of Dr.I s estate. direct purchases of radar, range finders and other highly technical war material; and, 2. A request for an export license for this material After the interview, Secretary Acheson was quoted as saying that he would confer with President Truman on the various problems raised by the Congressional delegation. He also promised to make a thorough study of all questions put to him. Majority Leader John McCormack was a member of the Congressional group. Rep. Anthony Tauriello, of New York, who acted as chairman of the Congressional group, said that the Secretary had emphasized that there is no cause for alarm over the rearmament of Eypt, Syria and other Arab countries. He added that the Secretary had attributed the sale of arms to the Arab states to Britain's desire o preserve the balance of power in the Middle East, and not for purposes of aggression. One Republican CongressmanHenry J. Lathan of New Yorkwas in the group. The hour-long session was devoted to questions by the Congressmen and answers from Mr. Acheson on American policy toward Israel and the rest of the Middle East. The states Dr. Margoshes Named To INF Publicity Post NEW YORK (WNS) — Dr. Samuel Margoshes former newspaper editor and iWfWg has been named national director of Public Relations Activities of the Jewish National Fund succeeding • the late William Z. Sptegriman, it was announced here this week by Dr .Horn. JLevine, president oi Jwhich Palestine Arab displaced persons are now living are not permitting the refugees to obtain employment in order to remain eligible for United Nations financial aid for the refugees. This statement was made here by Dr. Walter Clay Lowdermilk, U. S. soil conservation expert who has just returned from a visit to Israel, at a press conference held unde rthe auspices of the American Christian Palestine Committee. The author of the Jordan Valley Authority plan said that the Arab states — including Transjordan, Egypt, Lebanon and Syria—refuse to allow the Arab DP's to go off the relief rolls so that they can continue to receive per capita grants from the United Nations. He charged that in effect the United Nations was subsidizing the Arab governments through the relief program for the Arab refugees. Asserting that Israel "is betterwatered than southern California" and that "water is now actually going to waste" there, the conservation expert stated that the southern desert area "can be productively used for a ranching type of cultivation, similar to that in the American southwest." The economic problems of Israel "are many and grave," he said, "but Israel is open-minded, determined and idealistic." The first stage in implementation of the Jordan Valley Authority planexploitation of underground waters—is now being worked on, he revealed. A group of American Christian leaders left New York by air for Israel on a study tour of the Jewish state, organized by the American Christian Palestine Committee claration of Human Rights. Other articles provide for the setting up of the area's administration, with a Governor appo.nled by the U.N. Trusteeship Council for a term of three years, a Chief Secretary as his immediate assistant, a Council of Administration, a judiciary and a legislative council to be composed of residents of the city elected on the basis of equal representation Morris Klass, Federation's executive director, yesterday announced that $18,368 in new pledges have been received since the final report meeting on March 26, bringing the present campaign total to $1,120,000. Singer pointed out that on April 1 of last year, the campaign total was $801,060 and said that "This year we are considerably ahead for the three main religious of where we were at this date in groups and a number of others 1949 but we still have a good deal not representing these religious groups. Under the statute, the Governoi is the protector of the Holy Places and is empowered to negotiate agreements on the Holy Places "with the states' consent." He is also authorized to organize and direct a special police force for the territory and is given emergency powers in the event of "non-cooperation or interference of persons or groups of persons in the city." Leon Blum Dies At Age Of 78 PARIS, (JTA)—Leon Blum, former Premier of France, died this week of a heart attack at Jeuy-en-Josas, his country home near Paris, at the age of 78. His death came as a complete shock to his friends. A distinguished lawyer, journalist and political leader, M. Blum was France's first Jewish and first Socialist Prime Minister. He was three times Premier and failed by only ten votes to head the government for a fourth time in November, 1947. During the war he was tried by the pro-Nazi Vichy Government and imprisoned by the Germans. A leader of the French Socialist movement, he was a strong supporter of Zionist aspirations. For several years he represented French Jewry in the Council of the Jewish Agency. He also warmly advocated the work of the Keren Hayesod and was a member of the French Palestine Committee in Paris. A colony bearing his name was established in Palestine shortly before the outbreak of World War II in recognition of his interest in the Zionist cause. Born in Paris, he achieved academic distinction at an early age both in letters and in law. At the age of 22, he was recognized poet and a literary and dramatic critic. He was first elected Premier in 1936. French President Vincent Auriel, upon receiving the news of M. Blum's death, went straight to Jeuy-enJosas. to accomplish if we hope to reach our 1950 goal of $1,481,146. Unless the Jewish community subscribes this amount, our vitally-needed local agencies, as well as the United Jewish Appeal, will be compelled to curtail their programs." Dade Registration Hits Record 223,026 Dade County registration reached the all-time record total of about 223,026 Saturday night as the deadline was reached for qualifying to vote in the May 2 primaries. The total is the largest ever signed up in any Florida county. Previous high pre-primary total in Dade was 157,000, recorded in 1948. 200 Names Appear On Hotel Honor Roll An Honor Roll containing the names of the hotels, their owners and operators who have contributed to the 1950 Combined Jewish Appeal was issued this week by Joseph M. Rose, Joseph H. Gardner and Harry Sirkin, cochairmen of the Hotel Unit. The list contains 200 names. According to a statement issued by the three co-chairmen, the hotel unit has only $15,000 to raise to meet its quota in this year's campaign. The Hotel Unit executive committee, which has been meeting at Federation headquarters three times a week throughout the campaign includes Arthur Adler, Abe Allenberg, S. I. Bernbaum, Aaron Courshon, Joseph Dallett, Jacob Fishman, Paul Grossinger, Al Jacobs, Walter Jacobs, Samuel Kaplan, Harry Koretzky, Sam Lachman, Ralph Lachman, David Levinson, N. Doug Raff, Nat Ratner, Rose Rubenstein, J. M. Seidneberg and Sidney Steiner. Named on the Honor Roll were: Abranis Hotel, Airport Hotel. Alumac Hotel, Allen Hotel, Abe AUenbeiR, An-Nell Hotel, Arlington Hotel. Astoria Hotel, Atlantic Beach Hotel, (Continued on Page 13)



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PACT: TWO +JeistHcricMzn ""DAY. APRH 7. 1950 Judge Holt Will Speak At Sholem Lodge Kg-SS Installation Banquet On Sunday Night ? To Rabbi Skop Appointed T* a..: -ifcTwiad service : if B: E : — %  :T.: I L :> s •*--.-; i -: : %  •" "* H Tf-i.: and Dai Zz, L. ci-. N F T-i ."-Si exj*:.*.::.;: %  rasseL _Lei Tr^u.i aoi E. i"i" ; Loif e —A J: : :: COLORED MAIDS 1 GOOD DAY WORIZBS S5.0G ACE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE I *" %  £. 1st Are. Pa. 2-7619 Beach Siadeni Wins FeHemslup ret i uLj r : "-i a Azveacam s£* kj-r.ic-~^itj:c.i_ £cit~-i:c Rabh: Morru Skop has accepted the responsibility of serving the religious needs of the Jewish personnel at the Bxa Ch.ca Naval Air Station. Key West, and the Naval Station. Key West, accordin announcement by Dr. Solomon B Freehof. of P burg". Pa., chairman of the di of religious ad •" the tfare B JWB through I r.d ecclesiasticalmd partL in the M taliers of immortal Memorials for the Jewish Trade West Miamians To Hold Annual Dance 7.--. ascend annual iaacc i the be held on Saturday. Apr: I 15. a: 8 30 j %  -'. the Dora August :•:• : ..=: Hail. %  rill icfvc as master c: ceremonies, and a five-piece orchestra will play for dancing. IS li tat t. w. ttH • .\ MUM Look For the 2-<-<•>.„%  Building mtt THURMOND MONUMENT Co. MARKERS WS-00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES Open Sundays p hcne ^ i -_-1 rr: .; • a=ji_* _-1^.CTT I"4 .".-r. I I! JEWISH v CUISINE LUNCHEON SPECIALS SAN z m i : :-:: s SOfF. CSEAM WITH CC77AGE ;:-:rrssoc?. rp.EAM WTTH 1 : :' Ana M Li.--: %  %  .--:.: ;'-• :.t-: : Par. Amelia "_:.-. • -. i :-;~y iri -' :._;_r..i A. ilaware. ii Ii Mr.-. Maryland.] ard. — i" -1 :' the Camp Registration Opens At Beach Y IWV Post To Meet .---.' v %  --. : .~: L-.s Jewish 1 Of April :_ at Bed I i-t. I held A KciaJ z Beach TO i„WHA lay CM •• ay this and *:... -"•'-"%  --.-rq.r.g U an ana ancernenl by Dr M. B \airman of the home : -~ : : nutl he carr.p j open to children "i =*~i : .':-.hi.i 13. %  a-ho are fa.-r.Jy -embers of the : D C;:...-. :a.; 7.v;. separate s will D^ : ^duc-.ea — a ^' '"~ -Beach Z-T.\~T and a camp for rfder childreo at :-e Y Acbvrue] aril] include rr.^i.;. r :, a Uc s. games, ath_v ; : 5 supernaed %  riU be %  ~'~ "i-i-iai ir.i 1 r BREAKSTONE'S FABMEB CalHBSB (RKAM (HtFM COTTAIaK (HtKsK MM R CBKAM SVm Bl TTKR WHIPPKD BITTER KOSHER FOR PASSOV nDsbTBD And .411 I>r ffonrf CESTinED BY RABBI LIBEB COHEX OF NEW YORI Be sura that the name appears on every nut—I MIAMI orr.cz 1713 K. W. 7th ATe=e Phone tt-4731 Cculton Bros. ACCJ 'feats =•< Complete Paint Mo<#9 S/i op Our saS is rapahle oi handl'•=*Z =y job, whether i! is a %  *z*zk or a dent. Prices are % ery reasonable and work is 7*aranJaed. Estimates cheer*2T qsTeo. One trial and T^c w3] be convinced. STOP W AND SEE OS. SW. th St. aad tth Ct. PK3 2244 Ph. 2 .6,5, CANADA DRY. Ginger Ale WJ5| ( 91. Hrai GetHtesa pft-fossavar aevseWWoA tosaretimt, work. strMKjth, PASSOVER CLEANING by ROKEACH* • • • • ROKEACH SCOURING POV/DER for oil householdfaslrs ROKO for.f"/e. porceia.n enamel • F I T -S BOKEACH i T. S K O S ,H £ R Distributed by PALM DIS1 It I HI TORS. I\C. 14 NX. 24th St. Miami 37. Fla. Phor.e 3^868 QfmeQfuHirai; atm ERSIDE orgenizt mamriai C/tapel rwo CONVENIENT Lc:;~ : N S Mlllll lllilll IEJTI %  &20tt \m b-Wti-irilkk %  ^Lo'O Ctt.-a-.fr i j i 7a TJ J_3_* -* ^^H



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FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1950 Jewish fhridUawi PAGE TrEE 77/ Say... Demagoguery in the Florida Senatorial Campaign •i By HAHflY SIMONHOFF Watching the monkeyshines of campaigning creates little respect for the democratic process. The socalled game of politics is the defect in representative government. Presumably no one should take preelection talk too seriously. But with mud slinging there is some venom spattered about, and quite a little poison is injected into the public consciousness. Strange that people ordinarily honorable in their business and private lives should stoop to vile practices in political chicanery. A Southern Political Tradition We are in the midst of an election that is attracting nationwide attention. A young politician, a fledgling in Congress, has cast his eye on the Senator's chair. Born in New Jersey,'he seems to have caught on to the demagoguery developed for a century by a whole school of Southern politicians. For historic, social, racial, or economic reasons, bitterness has been the keynote of politics in the Southland. Nowhere has vindictiveness been displayed to a greater extent than by the Tillmans, the Bleases, the Heflins, the Tom Watsons, the Huey Longs, the Bilbos. From the Civil War onwards, the South has labored under a one party system. Candidates found few principles to argue over and, therefore, had recourse to personalities, which occasionally drew gun play, as the killing of Gonzales in South Carolina, or Carmack in Tennecessee. When desperate for an issue, the old-timers itching for public office could always drag in the "buck nigger" by his wooly hair. These ranters would frighten the yokelry about the social equality that inevitably leads to a horrendous mulatto republic. The F.E.P.C. Issue • Our congressman in his eagerness to garner in the votes is also using the same technique, but with more subtlety. Mr. Smathers' sniping at the FJS.P.C. is not so much for economic reasons as for its effect upon the system of Negro segregation in Florida. The discrimination, that makes for Negro economic insecurity and political instability is heralded as the perfect status quo that preserves the "friendly relations" existing between the races. The old hostilities are masked under a smoke screen and cloaked with the sugary talk that represents the newest technique of demagoguery. The Communist Bugaboo But since Florida has a sizeable population of Northerners, whose blood pressure does not rise at the picture of a Senator shaking hands with a Negro, our Congressman resorts to the far more horrific cry of Communism. In the midst of a cold war, which seems to be the prelude to a shooting war, he does not consider it snide to besmirch his opponent as a stooge of Stalin. A Du Pont protege can well afford to sacrifice truth for a seat in the Senate, even if he does hit below the belt. Thus our war hero wraps himself with the flag while the U.S. Eagle is made to scream "vote American." The gallant ex-marine would probably go to the defense of a decent lady if she were called a street walker. But he does not hesitate to pour scurrility upon a statesman of international stature, the ablest public figure Florida has ever produced. To smear a patriotic public servant with treason is like charging a virtuous woman with adultery. Both insults are equally revolting and obscene. The Welfare State All this vilification might be within the realm of Southern demagoguery. But there must also be a positive phase to every campaign. Here our ambitious Congressman does a complete face about. Beginning as a Liberal under the spell of F.D.R.'s New Deal, and under the tutelary guidance of Senator Pepper, Mr. Smathers now advocates that the New Deal philosophy be thrown into the ash can. Listening to his radio speeches, one fancies he is hearing an old guard Republican from Maine trying to harpoon his Democratic opponent. Anything progressive is labeled Welfare State Socialism. We assume that Mr. Smathers was too young to understand the peril his country was in at F.D.R.'s inauguration. But we can only wonder how any legislator with three years experience in Congress can stigmatize relief measures like Federal Housing, Old Age Pensions, Health Insurance, Social Security as masks for the slave state. Mouthing the language of standpat Republicans has all the earmarks of a Reactionary. And if George Smathers is reactionary at 36, then it is fair to assume that by 56 he will be an out-and-out Fascist. Independence All this vulgar baiting of Florida's Senator, who was mentioned for the Presidency, carries with it a self satisfied smirk that drips with the Pharisaic unction of "I thank thee Lord for not making me like others." This type of hypocrisy places value on the trimmer, the time server, the yes man. If Claude Pepper had walked the easy path chosen by George Smathers, he would not be making eight speeches a day to maintain his high office. All he had to do was to join the Dixiecrats, filibuster against antilynching, placate the Klu Kluxers, lead in Red witch hunts, and hand over the F.E.C. Ry. to the DuPonts. But a man's greatness is measured by his independence in thought and action, by his standing up to the mob, by his refusal to bow down to political and financial idols. Political Double Talk Our congressman appears to have mastered the first principle of demagoguery: Be all things to all men. He seems to know that Miami Beach requires a different kind of double talk than Alaehua. Oh Lincoln Road he promised to introduce a bill in Congress that would absolve from guilt all American volunteers in the Jewish-Arab war. He must have read about Charles Winters, a non-Jewish fighter for Israel, who drew a sentence of 18 months in the Federal Court of Miami, for doing in Israel exactly what Lafayette did for Washington's ragged Continentals during the American Revolution. But George has not moved a finger to obtain a parole for Winters. Nor did he offer to assist before trial and conviction Yet Mr. Smathers notified the Florida Peace Officers Association that he would gladly defend, free of charge, any policeman indicted for violating the Civil-Rights Laws. \ >! 'i Center Parents To Hear Oilman Merritt Gilman of the Dade County Family Service Agency will be guest speaker at the foruth Miami Jewish Community Center Parent Education Series on Wednesday evening, April 12, at 8:15 p.m. "Junior Has His Troubles," will be the topic of the evening's discussion and will be developed through the use of a recorcung obtained from the Mental Health Society of Southeastern Florida. Children's Home Unit Will Meet Tuesday The Miami Chapter of the National Children's Cardiac Home will meet Tuesday, April 11, at 1:30 p.m. at Melvin Cohen Hall of the home. Tryouts for a radio show to be produced at some future date in New York will be held The show will feature a ski entitled "People Want to Know." Producer will be Eleanor Wells, wife of Bill K. Wells, comedy writer. WEUKETOCROW f TOOJ ESPECIALLY ABOUT To Pay Tribute to Late ZOA Head A special meeting of the Miami Zionist District, in memoriam of the death of the late national ZOA president, Daniel Frisch, has been called for Thursday, April 13, at 8 p.m., at the Miami Hebrew School and Junior Congregation, 1101 S.W. 12th Ave., at 8 p.m. Spiritual leaders of the Miami area, including Rabbis Simon April, Max Shapiro and Murray Grauer, will discuss various phases of the life of the late Zionist leader. Several cantors are expected to chant the traditional memorial service. 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PAGE FOUR > knist fkridiar FRIDAY, APRTT 7 II EDITORIAL i.vtm It I u m Leon Blum belonged to that smell group of greet Europeans who combined statesmanship, humanity and intellectualism in their persons cr.d in their activities for their country and the wc:.:'. Even on the crowded stage of French politics, he stcod apart from the pushing swirling crowd of men who rose to eminence and fell towering above s: many c: his c-or.terr.pDrar.es loved respected, cdmired, acted ar.d feared. He stood fo: many things in France and e world— cbove all, for an order of decency %  man's relations with man. He represented in himself, that era in rr.or. s progress whtch r.c.v see—; so remote when man hoped for %  toady ttrroress a gradual z-e-.e-.~sr.: Bad o r:; %  %  ..c: the human spirit :c eve: higher '.evels The symbol c: Gallic intelJectuahsrrI the typical caricature of a'Frer.cnrr.on he was nevertheless o Jew to the core proud :: deeply .nteresteo in c'J cspects of Jewish life a nippona c: Jewish cspiranons m Palestine An idealist a orearner cad a visiencay he wta a :eo^-st a bavd-botted pedteckm, c —aster of French pa: L.amentary maneurre and dangerous toe at derate ::cIcoirira ana tim.o n opp-earonce he MOB o —an :' iron rturore who did not hesitate tc denc_::re ?stain when the ored 1-CarshaI heaayed Jtorioe tq Hitler or tc condemn "he court which sat in jdement on him at F.tcrr. during his captivity. Years .n N'az. prisons could not sharer his great spirit though they succeeded in destroying his THE FACT TO CONSIDER— health He emerged from prison to play a great role, thoagb briefly, in French life, before the rigors he had undergone, mastered his frail body. The Pasnover Epie Liberation from bondage is the thern? -f .L Passover holiday. The story of the exodus fro* Egypt is sublime in its simplicity hut profe meaning. In the years that Joseph was Egypt's natk) i here, the food administrator who saved the 1 from famine in a period of scarcity, the pogjtia f his brethren could by no means have beea ii e( i precarious. But then a new king arose over ,h land and the position of the Jews chanced at one As long as Joseph's influence in the royal court prevailed, the Jews were tolerated. The moment it passed, the picture changed. Thus we have ct the very beginning cf Jewish history cm incident which later repeated itself hundredUDO hundreds of times, and with the same ..-.-%  That the Jews of Egypt left home and hearth for the unknown desert they were to \: demonstrates that the spirit of independence they possessed was so strong that they o:=:er:ed the unknown chart to the indignity and agony of bondage. The story of the escape hem Egypt ii a thrilling one. For it is the story cf a whole people escaping from slavery. In all of humor, history it has not been surpassed in the heritooe .: left and in the human epic it was to write. Historical Suiiimarv Of Ila> Of Mn'ki'1 In Jewish llisforv Issued NEW YORK N. Y.—A historical summary of the place of the Shekei in Jewish ~.:.i world history has been issued by the li S. Centra! Shekel end Election Board, it was revealed by Charles Ross o: New York, the board'!: chairman. Prepared for use as background material by the 12 cons1&~-.' %  Zionist -.reend foi : ; :es Its "deriving :4ber -.: : insl r: --"u ^ forrh !" Kxodus: :**. org^r. %  ... \: %  v ich jt 1S prescribed iusis. t_-.r> r..t Fhe :..r. shall not g.ve -'•SKf "'-'=' -'-' %  more, ar.d the poor shall not give \^ uie ^ t thea the half-Shekel when 1 %  : r al notes go on to beLater the Jews exiled in BabvIonia ; aminued Eo impose thi= tax upon thecneslvw to help amid ten A Judea succumbed to the Romar. maintain Jewuh religious and few .p eer th. : %  %  I JOjceltaral institution. a> r.rr:c-jr-e= :. ..: s, \ ae .. The cover f the historical piece ...y ...t expense :'. MPstmcf| show, reprodartiow of the fire! Program Time Changed SUJ y. Apr:: 9. and r.t r.u.r.c through the summer nths, the Birnbaum Jewish He tir A;11 begin a half hour later than heretofore. The program will be heard over station WMBM at 5 p.m. The B:mbaum Brothers, who conduct the program, will also have a 15-minute program every Tuesday at 1:15 p.m. known Shekel containing on its face the cup pattern after the vessel used in the Holy Temple of Solomon. Displayed with it is the specie] Shekel" adopted by the 1st World Zionist Congress in 1897. This first Shekel appears en one of the first issues of stamps by the Jewish State, p inted even before it was named Israel North Dade Jewish Center wishes to purchase acreage in North Dade area. Write P. O. Box 662, North Miami. Britain, Israel Sign Financial Agreement LONDON". (JTA)— Britain and Israel this week signed a financial agreement here under which all British assets in Israel arising out of the termination of the Palestine Mandate—with the exception of minor holdings in Jerusalem—will pass into the ownership of the Israel government. The agreement was signed by Sir James Crombie on behalf of the United Kingdom and by David Horowitz, director-general of Israel's Ministry of Finance, on behalf of Israel. Twenty-four other members comprising the British and Israel delegations affixed their signatures to the document. An official announcement said that the details of the pact will be published "in due course." (In Tel Aviv, it was reported that the actual financial transactions concluded in London were I limited to the transfer to London of 1.118.000 pounds now held in Israel banks and the payment. oven a 15-year period, of'about 3.000.000 pounds to the former Mandatory Government. The agreement also provides that Israel is to pay p. .Ioca] currency to lor. ficials now resici.r. state, with a ceiling I JXIOOO pounds annually payments.) *Je*istrkriiHr Published every Fr C a nr C e19B y The Jewish Florid.ai it 120 N E Sixth Street. Miami -J. t sno j. Entered as second-claas matttr Julv 4. 1S30. at the Pest O" : %  : < Miami Fli.. under the Act of Vareh 3. 1J7I. The Jewish FkK-.diar. -ai absoroetf the Jewish Unity oc the JeoiiN •Veekly. Member of ti-e .'ewish Tl. graphic Agency. Sever A-ti Fiatura syrd'Cate. Worldwide S?i Service, Natior^l Editorial Assocatw. Amen. can Association of E^ginn-lwuli Newspapers. Florida Prett Aiaeurtion. The Jewish Florid.:.-, doea not ruarantre th KaakmUi : the ma' ch2ndie adverti^e-'l !ta co'.unmL I SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year K M Two Years 15.00 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and PuC %^er OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E Sixth Street Telephones 2-1141-2-8212 FRIDAY. APRIL 7. 1950* NISAN 20. 5710 Volume 23 Number 14 UVES OF OUR TIMES PROF. ALBE RT ABEAHAM M1CHFLSON •~J!" < t, NOttUtN md SOI C~'I w k, KHOOA %  S.M: S KLbAJrKP AT TK HU6iT 0( CAsSft AS AtlBdUS : 3*i#r.~ saamn.Tas s TIE STKY OF TK MM WRSc WOiiK IAAM fcaWTBal'S TfctfJUr Of REUTIVITY P0SSm£... MICHiLSOH AFT KIM 6MMATO FIOM THE UlMHl ACAKMV AT TK AGCOPCI.MtCHELSON KCAMEAN WSTWCTM Of MrYSICS T Af CHEMISTRY THERE. HOWEVER,HIS KSME TO 00 RESEARCH WORK LEP HTM TO 6IYE UT A PR0M5IH6 CAREER IN OlMft TO STjIfJY RttTJER AT TK UA0IH6 EUROf UM UMVEftVTIES I 6£RMAMr W I4U? OF GkHMM-xwiw nmuruu, AOERT WAS BMU6NT TO THE i. tr. 7H£ Ait Of TWO. MKHELSOri WAS AVMARPE0 INMUMERAtlE PE6REES AM HONORS DURW6 THOU YIARS, AK> UPON HIS RETURN TO AMERKA HI KM, NC ttUM TK DVEtaMBITS IN THE MEASUeEMENT OF U6HT WMJCH WON HIM /MM0RTAIITY/ K. AUBO THE WVEVTION OF TK tAtCHfi&M WTEftF0METER (TO C0MFVTE SFfER OF U6MT)TO0 UPMOST OF MS TME.TK NOTED SCIENTIST ST1U FOOaO OCCASrON TO HINT 50 CJVNVASStS WiilCM WERE LA.'ER EUOaVTEI. HAT VIOUN A COMROSE %  t0,CNKAO UNIVERSITY, COMftTINt WTTN OTKR nNMlNENT SCN001S. SOCCEEOEti M OtTAMflNa PROf MICNElSON AS TK HEAR OF ITS PNYSKS Kf ANTMENT "" REMAMEP ONTM. 1929. OUWMi THOSE YEARS,MiCHKSOH NEVER CEASE0 US RKEARCK AMD IN 1917 HE BECAME THE WBT AMERICAN TO BE AWARRED THE NOBEL RRin / ff THE A4I OF 77, MICNElSON RETIRED FROM TW UNIVERSITY TO C0HRUCT FURTHER UPERlMENTS IN U6HT AT THE MT.WHSOH OBSERVATORY IN CALIFORNIA. BUT TK STRAIN PROVED TOO 6REAT. IN 1931,0* TK EVE OF IRS FHUl FJfERJMEltT HE R4E0. TUB WAS TK APOSTU OF UGNTTK SCIENTIST WHOSE NAME Will LIVE AS L"6 AS THE NAMES Of 6ALILE0 AND KEWT0N-^.— MM**



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* FRIDAY. APRIL 7, 1950 +Jewlsti noridKan PAGE FIVE Beach Hadassah To Hold Shower 4 'shower" meeting of the Miami Beach Group of Hadassah frill be held on Monday, April n -it 1:30 P.m. at Temple Beth iliolom, according to an announcement by Mrs. Alexander president. The shower will consist of hrinBing in funds from all Hadas...s. including JNF boxes. of which Mrs. Ii win Makovsky is a; vacation project, Miss I Schwabe, chairman; Mother's Day tree orders, Mrs. Leon T EH chairman; spoons and forks pjft oidors,. Mrs. Beulah Davis, an; and membership, Mrs. r re d Jonas, chairman. M Carl Weinkle will give the opening prayer. Mrs. Murray i (: n, president of the Florte Region and member of | the national board, will be guest speaker. Her topic will be "Zionthe Modern World." Mis. jack Bernard will present '•Glimpses of Israel." Budciv Udell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Udell, will speak on "Plugat Aliyah," and 12 year old Alex Kogan. Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Kogan, will spenk 0 n "S unc Judaea." A social hour, will follow. H ses assisting will be the ies Ralph Spero, Joseph Dorothy Isberg, Jack Udel.. Jack Chutkow, Ida Goldberg and Josei Wolt B'nai B'rith Youth Units Aid Easter Seal Drive Mrs. C. H. Reeder, president of the Dade County Society for Crippled Children, extended her thanks this week to the B'nai B'rith Youth Groups for distributing the counter cans on Miami Beach. These counter cans are one phase of the 1950 Easter Seal Campaign for crippled and cerebral palsied children, Mrs. Reeder pointed out. "It is gratifying to know," she said, ^that the youth of Dude County are willing to give time for their less fortunate brothers; so that they may have the opportunity to take their places in the community. "Crippled and cerebral palsied children depend upon the Dade County Society for their service and treatment to help them learn to walk, talk and use their hands. The Dade County Society for Crippled Children depends, in turn, upon the volunteer services of such groups as the B'nai B'iiJ^ Youth Organizations," Mrs. Reeder stated. —"^TTjGUST BROS Ry r i*v !„ .knitter-' 9 Landscape Design For New & Old Homes Lawn Maintenance FREE ESTIMATES III I.Ill> LANDSCAPE SERV Phone 82-9860 CE Making plans for the shower meeting to be held by the Miami Beach Group of Hadassah on Monday, April 10, at 1:30 p.m. at Temple Beth Sholom are (1. to r.l Mrs. Irwin Makovsky. JNF chairman; Mrs. Leon Ell, tree chairman; Mrs. S. A. Goodman, treasurer; and Mrs. Alexander Kogan, president. Dvorak Concerto Wrll Received An .teresting musical program enthusiastically received Sunday afternoon at the Miami High School. With Jean Bedetti as 'cello soloist, the University of Miami Symphony ( tra played Dvorak's Concertin B minor under the able r n of Conductor Modeste Alloo.Mr. Bedetti interpreted the mood of the adagio with restraint and feeling, but gave full scope to the verve of the Allegro, with a/most too much abandon. The encore, Saint-Saens' Appationatta was beautifully played by Mr B detti and the ensemble. The orchestra was more than adequate and gave the audience much pleasure in the Rakoczy h by Berlioz and Enesco's Roumanian Rhapsody. A hauntingly beautiful oboe passage in Bizet's C Major Symphony was effectively played by Don De Lerma. Dr. Alloo has molded his orchestra until it responds as a unit to his sensitive direction. this past season has shown marked improvement in performonce.—L.S. Miami HadasKali To Hold Shower "April Shower for Hadassah's Supplies" will be the keynote of the meeting of the Miami Group of Hadassah on Monday, April 10, at 1 p.m. in Burdine's auditorium. Mrs. Jasper Cromer. president, urges all members to bring wearing apparel for men, women and children of Israel, linens and layette items. Only new articles will be accepted. The program will include a reading, titled "Thoughts Thai Pass in the Night" by Mrs Edward Rubin; an "H.Q." quiz conducted by Mrs. Ernest Chernoff: and "April Showers" in song to be presented by tne Mesdames Harold B. Cohen, Jasper Cromer and Sol Stokols. Chairman of he day is Mrs. Arthur Stone. A card and games party vrili be given by the group on Wednesday, April 12, at 8 p.m. in th2 Dora August Memorial Hall. Proceeds are earmarked for the Youth Fund. Reservations may be made by calling Mrs. Joseph Fishman at 2-1083. PTA Will Meet Beth David PTA will meet Monday, April 10, at the new synagogue, S.W. 3rd Ave., between 26th and 27th Roads. A panel discussion based on the subject "Our Teachers and Your Child" will be presented by Mrs. A. A. Hayden, Mrs. David Parnes and Charles Gropper. An open forum will follow. 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PAGE SIX +Je#isl) norMRan FRI DAY, APRTT 7, „, n Pal lot \ ;< 111.H1 to.blINI Monday An "April Showers" meeting b£ the Hannah Senesch Group of Hadassah is scheduled for Monday. April 10. at 1:30 p.m. at the v'anderbilt Hotel, according to Mrs. Morris Alpert. president, vfrs. Ethel Rothlein. chairman of -iadassah Supplies, has issued a jlea for all members to bring inen which will be sent to Israel. Mrs. Jack Swerdiin has been lamed chairman of the Camp Sglin project. Assisting her with he procurement of athletic supilies are Miss Ethel Mintzer. co%  hairman. and the Mesdames • AlperL.Ted Greenberg. Ben Kohl, tern Sapiro. I. Teitch and I. %  Vumkes. Mrs. Teitch. chairman of the tominating committee, will bring : n a new slate of officers. Memers of her committee are the 4esdarr.es Sol H. Leslie. Kohl. Maurice Klein and Max Weitz. T$e program which has been rringed by Mrs Irw-.n Weinstein ;:ll include floral decorations by '.:*riFlomm. :-to* r. :. %  .:.: ?.!:> J icXas: stesa at the *e#Kr*-i A:dinj her will be the l*4larr-.r; Miu::;e Bennett M lit n. Aar C ..:.-.-. ..-. and L mar. Roreace Ratten, Detroit concert pianist, will give a benefit concert on Saturday. April 15. at 8:30 p.m. at the Miami Women's Club. Proceeds from the performance are earmarked for the Haven School for the Mentally Handicapped. The cancan, which is being sponsored by the Levelers Class of the Scottish Rite Temple, is under the management of Miss Ruth Brotman. New honorary patrons for the concert include Mrs. Arnold Volpe. Dr. and Mrs. H. Franklin. Judge and Mrs. Kenneth Oka. Mr and Mrs. I. M. Bilderbach. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Huberman. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Youngerman and Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Beer. Kosher Killed Chickens TENNESSEE POULTRY & EGG CO. WHOLESALE & RETAIL WEDS. A.M. THURS. AM. 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S. rES SQ-7 PLUS 680 • li TTKE O TAX AST BEASD FTEST S4 >57 PLOT L3(E tiS U T3E ** TAX BIT HUB • rinr lilt LOV PREtSUIES 6.70 x 15 12.63 P 7.10 x 15 14.08 L 7.60 x IS 1 5.35 U 8.20 x 15 17.63 S 6.70 x 16 12.74 T 7.60 x 16 15.70 A 8.20 x 16 ... 18.11 X Bl LIMIT %  ALL TBU 1T Ti Ptltl FBI TBBB tU T tt FANS! • • • • w* carry %  fall l-ae of sfoieless itttl c.aaer battaai — REVERE WARE • • • • Seabaan electric iron ftaaacel Mills electric iroai Pr*ci*r Artenatic Toasters Warieg & Uaivcrtal lleatfers FANS! Film Si rip Added To AIIL Library The film strip. "Genocide—the Greater Crime." has k>een added to Films for Democracy library of the Florida regional offiee. Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. according to Gilbert J. Balkin. state ADL director. "The film strip dramatically p rtrays the danger of mass examination on the basis of race, religion or ethnic origin and the need for an enforcement of international law to protect the peoples of the world from this crime." Balkin said. "The Senate Sub-Committee on Foreign Relations is currently preparing its report and recommendation to the Senate on ratification by the United States of the UN. Genocide Convention." he explained. "The film strip is particularly timely as a program aid for group discussions on the need for U.S. ratification." The film strip may be booked for showing before groups I thiough the Florida Regional ADL ; office. 330 Seybold Building., telephone 3-6306. Dr. Drosdoll To Speak At Lodge Luncheon Dr. Matthew Drosdoff of j Gainesville. Fla.. president of the j State Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges, will address members of; Sholem Lodge at their weekly j luncheon meeting on Friday, j April 7. at 12:15 p.m. at the. Miamian Restaurant. Dr. Drosdoff. who served as \ director of the Hillel Foundation, at the University of Florida. will outline plans for the forthi coming state convention of 201 Florida lodges to be held in St. i Petersburg April 15-17. Douglas To Star In Play Melvyn Douglas, Hollywood and Broadway actor, stars in "The Story of Franklin Delano Roo—) velt" (part 1) in the latest episode of the "Lest We Forget—These Great Americans" series to be heard this Saturday, April 8, at 5 p.m. over station WVCG. Coral Gables. Participants in the 15-minute live panel discussion to follow the transcription will be Judge William L. Pallot. moderator: Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink, executive secretary, Miami Beach Housing Authority: and Professor D. R. i Larson, department of government. University of Miami. from 2 to 8 p. m at the Jewish Community Center Plan Israel Fair Plans have been made to hold the first Israeli fair by the Young Judaea Clubs in Miami and Miami Beach it was announced by Sunny Rubenstein. president of the Senior Judaea Council. The fair will be held Sunday April 16 W. 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. 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FRIDAY. APRIL 7, 1950 *Jewisli fhjridOinn DP.1 PAGESEVWI f0 B*nai B'rith Members And Wives plan To Attend State Convention More than 40 members of local R'nai B'rith lodges and their wives are planning to attend the fourteenth annual convention of the Florida Federation of B'nai B-rith Lodges to be held at the Huntington Hotel, St. Petersburg, from April 15 to 17. Herman Edelsberg, director of the Washington, D. C, office of the Anti-Defamation League of Bn ai B'rith will be featured Luncheon To Aid Haven School The luncheon to be held by the Sisterhood of the Coral Gables Jewish Center on Wednesday, April 12, at the center will benefit the Haven School for the Mentally Handicapped, according to Mrs. Maurice Finkelhor and Mrs. William Karo, co-chairmen of the event. Serving with them are the Mesdames Meyer Baskin, Davis Fisher, Edith Glickstein, Sylvia Green. I. Goustin, Morris Horwitz, Bernard Keller, Milton Katz, Irwin Newman, William Pallet, Joseph Platt, Charles Rosenberg, Sidney Richman, Morris A. Skop, Joseph Spitzer, Milton Yaffee. Rabbi Morris A. Skop will give the invocation. A special business men's luncheon table will be set up to accommodate the business men of Coral Gables. Following lunch cards and mah jong will be played. Reservations may be made by calling Mrs. Platt at 48-0572. North Shore Committee Chairmen Announced Leonard Tobin, president of North Shore Lodge, B'nai B'rith, has announced committee chairmen for 1950-51. Sam Weinfeld was re-appointed chairman of the Anti-Defamation League committee in recognition of "his outstanding achievements in that field during 1949." A similar reappointment was made in the instance of Leo Steinman, social service and veteran's affairs chairman, "for conspicuous work at the Veteran's Administration hospital and in the fields of social service." Other appointments were: B'nai B'rith Youth Organization, Louis Huntington: American and civic affairs, David, Pollack; Hillel, Dr. Norman Russ; membership, David Fenton; membership retention, Leon Rapee; program Melvin Pazol; publicity, Lester Korshak; hospitality, Mark Silverstein; blood bank and sick and visiting, Morris Roth; entertainment, Harold Russe. speaker at the conclave. Edelsberg will address the banquet meeting Sunday. April 16, on the subject, "Behind the Scenes in Washington Today." An authority on the American Congress, Edelsberg has the responsibility as ADL legislative representative of transmitting the interests of the American Jewish community to the Congress and of interpreting the Congressional scene to the Jewish community. He brings to this task years of service as counsel to Senate committees and government official In 1945-46 he was counsel and staff director of the Senate Subcommittee on Foreign Trade. In that capacity he toured 20 countries in Europe and the Middle East interviewing government and business leaders concerning political and economic conditions. Before that he was counsel to the Senate Committee on War Contracts which drafted the war contracts termination and the surplus property disposal bills. Edelsberg also held posts with the Foreign Economic Administration, the Board of Economic Welfare and the OPA between 1941 and 1945. The ADL panel session at the convention will be held Sunday, April 16, at 4 p.m. Participating in the symposium on "Are We Making Democracy Work In Florida?" will be Dr. Julius Fishman, St. Petersburg, ADL chairman, Florida State Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges; Mrs. William B. Wolfson, Tampa, ADL chairman, Florida B'nai B'rith Women's Association; and Gilbert J. Balkin, director, Florida regional office, Anti-Defamation League. Other speakers at the meet will be Prof. R. Patrick of the University of Florida and Julius Fisher, secretary of the district. Gables Zionists To Give Camp Scholarship The Coral Gables Zionist District is formulating plans for a contest to select a youth to attend the Brandeis Camp institute on a district sponsored scholarship, according to Norman R. Lyons, president. Working on plans for the competition are Morris Simon, Meyer Fine and Naphtali Weidberg. Deborah Group To Meet Monday An April linen shower will highlight the meeting of the Deborah group of Hadassah on Monday, April 10, at 1:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Lester Sale, 427 45th St., Miami Beach. Mrs. Al Levine, Hadassah supplies chairman, has issued an appeal for items of new linen to be sent to Israel. Mrs. Louis Gidney, president, will conduct a short business session during which Mrs. Joel Newman, chairman of the nominating committee, will present a new slate of officers for the coming year. Mrs. Irving Nathanson v.-ill report on the cocktail party to be held later this month. Mrs. William Levy has arranged the program which will include a review of John Hersey's "The "Wall" by Mrs. Leo Levin. Rabbi Mann Speaks The Sisterhood of Temple Isaiah held a meeting Wednesday afternoon in the card room of the Vanderbilt Hotel. Guest speaker was Rabbi Moshay P. Mann whose subject was: "The Role of Modern Womanhood." CHOICE FAMILY PLOTS In Jewish Section—Woodlcrwn Park Cemetery AVAILABLE NOW! For Details and Information Call Cemetery Office 4-5922 < ,> mm p<*rtnK**t 120 N.E. Sixfc Street MJao4 Ph**W5708-2-1141 -"• • %  ^LUtlLIL-j' __j_, U.-LJ i.UUj^Um—1 •* 1. &n all your printing nfcfcdpT Charming Named Seminar Chairman Jules P. Channing, Miami Beach engineer, has been named chairman of a building construction seminar to be held Friday, April 7, at 2 p.m. at the Columbus Hotel. This seminar will culminate a week of lectures and conferences on construction and design for the benefit of the Netherlands Construction Industry Committee and Mrs. Weinstein To Lead Choir Announcement was made this week that Mrs. Irving Weinstein, director of the Miami Hadassah Choral Group and recently in charge of the Hillel presentation of the Mikado, will assume direction of the Coral Gables Jewish Center Choir. Mrs. Weinstein will meet with the groups each Thursday for study and rehearsal for Friday evening and High Holy Days sendees. At the first meeting of the group to be held Thursday, April 6, Rabbi Morris A. Skop will welcome Mrs. Weinstein and speak on Jewish music. A library of Jewish music has been made available to the group and rehearsals for Lewandowski's Hallelujah and Binder's Sabbath Melodies will begin at once. -T* Jules P. Channing is under the auspices of the Economic Cooperation Administration. Participating in the discussion will be ten experts on the Netherlands committee and architects, engineers, builders, bankers, economists, statisticians and trades representatives who have presented their subjects during the week. Channing presented a talk on general construction at the Tuesday afternoon conference and also assisted in the planning of the week-long program. The Netherlands committee members are visiting four principal cities in the United States including Miami for the purpose of learning American methods of design and construction in the building industry. Channing is a state director of the Florida Chapter of the National Society of Professional Engineers, vice president of the Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai B'rith and a member of the board of directors of the Jewish Social Service Bureau, the Men's Club of Temple Beth Sholom and the Miami Beach Zionist District. He is also active in the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce, the Florida Engineering Society and the South East Florida Professional Engineers Association. Council To Meet The B'nai B'rith Council of Greater Miami will hold a.meeting on Thursday, April 6, at 8 p.m. at the Council offices, 330 Seybold Building. B'nai B'rith Units Slate Dance For Sunday Nite Colman A. Zwitman Chapter, B'nai B'rith Young Women, and Tropical Lodge, B'nai B'rith will i jointly sponsor a novelty dance on Sunday, April 9, at 9 p.m., at the Town and Beach Club. Chairmen of the affair are Mrs. Louise Stubbin and Marvin Metz. Assisting with arrangements are | Sue Schorr and Julie Maselslcin; display, Johnnie Pancoe; publici| ty, Al Budnsr; door committee, Sandy Garfield and Hal Kaye. Tickets will be available at the door. 3%^//a/yoA teXA M* SB* m Distributed by Palm Distributors, Inc. 14 N.E. 24th St., Miami Phons 3-8S66 %  *%* %  %  PARK NORTH OF MIAMI ON FEDERAL HIGHWAY No.l (I Nulritious md Delicious/ ^ y




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PAGE EIGHT *Jenistflcridiar TODAY. APRIL 7 iiaiisissaii Women Personally Speaking... Il><'lVI' Awards Mrg Net{ie Weiner d Brooklyn. N. Y.. is visiting her brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Max Bergman of 790 N.W. 13th Court -k Mrs. Ethel Greenberg has returned to her home in Montclair, N. J., after an extended visit with her daughter. Mrs. Theo Simon, and her son. Aaron Greenberg, of West Palm Beach. Mi. and Mrs. Isidore Goldberg of Di Lido Island and Mr. and Mrs. Abe Pomerance of Rivo Alto Island are leaving for Israel, where thev will remain for six months. Gilbert Bachman Is Her Fiance Mr* 5c-i B.'.: A: a reward tea held recently at :-..-"-.e *: Mrs. Sam. Blink. 600 E. D: Lid:* Drive. M %  •* Miss Hilary Levin ha! returned to Cornell University after spending a brief spring vacation with her mother, Helen Alpert. I of 1525 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach. Miss Levin, who recently pledged Sigma Delta Tau sorority, played in the Cornell University Theatre production of "Happy Birthday." A graduate of Miami Beach High School, she was a member of the National Thespian Society, National Honor Society and was circulation manager of the Typhoon. Spending the spring holidays with his parents. Dr. and Mrs. Jules Kranz. 3782 Chase Ave., Miami Beach, is Marvin S. Kranz. graduate student at the University of Florida. Marvin, who is working toward his Ph. D., is a Spanish major. Mr. and Mrs. Howard K. Schwartz, 6620 S.W. 4th St., announce the birth of a daughter, Gwen Ruth, at Doctors' Hospital, Coral Gables, on March 14. The Schwartzes are also parents of Miami. The wedding is scheduled mm Mrs. Charles Kramer Charles Kramers Live On Beach After a wedding trin to Urn.ca Mr. and Mrs. C-na.^sYS whose marriage took place March 8. are living at Holiday House, Harding Ave.. Miami B4CMB couple exchanged voxs at the home of Mr. and Mrs Beach, books, gifts front Nat :•...: Mever Schwartz of this city. a son, Louis Randolph. Paternal grandparents axe Mr. and Mrs. ^Mr^Bachman. a graduate of Hadastah. were presented by Mrs F: i d Jonas, membership chairman, to women who brought in five or more new members to the Miami Beach Group of Hadassah Among those wh ceived iifts were the Mesdames Paul Klctz. Bernard G tdberfl Sa B Hitter*. Joseph Halfon Alexander ICogan. Harry F: 9 seph Shawmut, Irving Frankel. ttheb. Louis Edell. Alex Dellerson. Jacob Davis Two hundred and fifty new members -k -k Mrs. Jennie Gilner. Atlanta, has announced the engagement of her daughter. Lee to Gilbert Bach, man. son of Mrs. David Bachmaril baum. Miami Beach, before P ahh i and the late David Bachman of i Irving Lehrman. w ore -' a M „ %  "?? bride, the former Miss Marilyn Fisher, is the dauehteof a graduate of *v ,„A \M~ —:. „. ,' Miami High School, received his trchelor's degree from Georgia The Rev. L. Lehrer flew to Nassau Tuesday to officiate at Tech where he was a member of the bris of Derek Stephen Leonse. son of Mr. and Mrs. L. G. JJf Enfiwri ^enioi f M hani Leanse. The reverend officiated at similar rites for the child's t?ve to fneTmerfratern^Co'uncn" father many years ago in London. and first president of the Alpha 4t 4t Epsilon Pi fraternity chapter Mrs. Gustcve Haxtman of New York is visiting with her xiien A navy veteran, he is an sister, Mrs. Jacob Egert. at the London House. Miami Beach. Mrs. ^f ul Hartman is president of the Isrcel Orphan Asylum there. Mr. and Mrs. MornF: -V-"MT* ami Beach and Davenport, tan. The bridegroom s pa: ents ae Mrs Abraham Levin and Paul Kramer of Chicago. The bridal gown was fashioned of pearl pink satin with overskirt of matching r.-.ior. tulle extending into a formal train Tne deep oval neckline and bodice were embroidered with seed pearls, as were the matching •* ., #•, €^ -en me material The bride-elect, a former mem-! gauntlets. A Julieap of Mt i ber of the Atlanta Youth Sym; and seed pearls secured the full Mrs. Harry Heifetz of Chicago is visiting her son-in-law and P h nv attended the University j length illusion veil White oxer app hei hospitality. Mrs Alexander Keg an. president of ami Beach Group, extended Allita L. RosiKT greeungs. ana .arcs were p.ayed .,, .,-., Weils A. I. Friedman ng '..-.v afternoc n. Will Discuss Israel l B topic of the iiscusston -: the Spinoza Outdoor F .. IM llth S: Miami Beach an Sani lay Ann] g M 3 U ..:.; :-• -..-. .--..will be %  /*" President if the -V.arr.i Bear.-. Zionist District. Ida n Nathamal wh has |ust returned from a four-months staj %  .---^. ar.d Z>r Air. %  n rhairman .: the Spinoza rcru r Spinoza F to 10 pjru for music brief lecture. Mendelsohn's Lincoln Manor provided the sett:.-.; for the wed; din* of Miss Anita L. Rosner to $. tirdities DELUXE SHUFFLE BOARD SET INCLUDES FOUR LIGHTWEIGHT ALUMINUM CUES WITH EIGHT SMOOTHSLIDING PLASTIC DISCS 500.95 Abraham. I Friedman -.-. March IS. Rabbi Irving Lehrman read the service. The bride, the daughter ol Mr. and Mrs AbecBosner. 14€0 West Ave. Miami Beach, wore a gown -"•••• %  usseline de soie trirn.m.cd with heavy white lace. was attended by her twin sister. Miss Sandra Rosner. who ice blue satin and tulle and carried roses. Ruby Friedman was best man I r hit briber They are UM WH :i Mr and Mrs Samuel Fried-nan New York. A IHIUM^ and dance foil ny After a wedcLn* trip to the %  as ^-.e aew lj r weus are re; ; in Miami 3ca.h %  %  :: tne Vn.-.-r. s.ty | Miami Mi L ^r.e-drnan a navy veteran : 'MB degree tram the Ma --: "-"".a—. I. Fr-.edmar. at the University of Georgia. State Quota In Bond Drive To Be $8,265,000 Following the announcement by Secretary Snyder that the national sales goal of the Savings Bonds Independence Drive will be S650.000.000. State Chairman V. H. Xorthcutt of the Florida Savings Bonds Committee, disclosed today that this state's share of the E Bond sales objective is $8,265,000. The campaign, which will open May 15 and run through July 4. will feature the Liberty Bell as its symbol and "Save For Your Independence—Buy U. S. Savings Bonds** as its slogan. County and community quotas will be announced later. gown of camellia pink satin and I English met with shirred net • jacket She carried r.-.k camellias and white lilacs. Miss Janet f enenbaum, Daven| port. Miss Joan R r.s irj Hiss I Marilyn Franklin. bridesMids, wore similar gowns mo earned pink camellias and pink lilacs. Max Fisher. Roc.-: Islasi UL, uncle of the bride, was bes. man. Seating guests wert Allar. Steen and Herbert Spector oi Rock Island and Philip Enter, ot Miami Beach. OBJECT MATRIMONY Gentleman Aged 44 Would like to meet widow ot single girl of 38 rears of ig* No objection ro child. Write Mr. Z. Box 2973. Miami 1 r. :;. Mihav P bride %  ttended guest speaker on Rabbi Mann To Speak On Eternal Light Sunday Mann will be the "Eternal ;ra~ ;ver st%  "•"IOD on Sunday, April 9. at ? 3-1 a m %  .11 oe s rr. :aptiir y :i; ~. gram in :-~e:-. ration .:' P^ssbatyesr He cr^v _s'v r-e-'e* : : -~' z ?->eak : : %  ••-> %  Rema.n 23 "r.rr.ze; a._n..:._—. rues rre •***/ 'r handle crrv.ee ;c::ec r f:: :: _* ? ::: icie: srer--9 -"-i-s-rs crrrovec :v -:.... Sn_::lec :•::-Assr-T.. 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JAY, APRIL 7, 1950 *kist,ffrridljnri PAGE NINE PS Goodman Is lonorpd At Tea Jack A. Goodman of lanapolis. Ind., former nationice president of Hadassah and member of the national •d was honored at a reception n 'by the officers and boards e Greater Miami Chapter of jjsah at the home of Mrs. lie Gross'nger, 5941 Pinetree Miami Beach, on Tuesday '2:30 to 4:30 p.m. rs Goodman learned of Zionfrom her brother. Dr. Alexr s. Wolf, who was a student close associate of Theodore W founder of Zionism. In Jtion to her Zionist activities, Goodman is active in the ianapolis Jewish Welfare the budget committee of Community Chest, and is rary vice president of the ,en's committee of the anapolis Symphony Society. the receiving line were Mrs. singer. Mrs. Murray Grosspresident of the Florida e Region and member of the onal board; Mrs. Milton Jn, president of the Greater ini Chapter of Hadassah: and following presidents of the t local groups: Mrs. Alexander an, h'iami Beach; Mrs. IsaAltholz. Henrietta Szold up: Mis. Louis Gidney, Deli Group: Mrs. Morris Alpert, nah Sonesch Group; Mrs. r Cromer, Miami; Miss LilGoodman, Miami Beach iness and Professional DiviMiss Roslyn Kline, Miami iness and Professional Divi; Mrs. Bernard Stevens, orah Group. rsages were presented by Alex Van Straaten to Mrs. man and Mrs. Grossinger. My Golden Becomes s. Maurice Frooman the presence of the immedi| families. Miss Sally Golden, ghter of Mrs. A. Golden, 734 higan Avc., Miami Beach, bethe bride of Maurice bman of Chicago. Rabbi Simon tl officiated at the ceremony, bh took place in his study on lch 24. !c K?!!" K the > "9 hh ? hts the Beth David minstrel show, which hatS* t \ U9 ^ b .Ck by f puUr demand the old fhToned AH?rf !" P n^J C,,0n o Umb6r Pictured above T he sketch features Ada Glasser and Margje Rosen. Bathing beauties are (1. to r.) Florence !S !" l S2! r Jfefe P Ad GlaSSer Mo11 Fleischman GUv" Sussman, Rose Schreidell Eva Merlin. Gussie Liss and Margie Rosen. Ai IR f*e ,n rmanCe .i the min8trel ^ow is slated for Sunday. April 16, at 8:30 p.m. at the Miami Beach High School Auditorium. Presented twice during the parly part of March, the laugh show is being brought back by popular demand. The production is under the direction of Libby Fisher and Eddie Safer. Musical arrangements are by Mrs. Phil Abrams, chorus direction by Leon Shiff andd daace direction by Shirley Seligson. Mrs. Max Bergman is chairman of ticket sales and reservations may be made by calling 3-5837. Judith Feinberg To Become June Bride KITTY DAVIS 2 vn the world over as "First of the Night Club World," J I get thousands of tourists |y club every year and the agency whose name I hear liored most often by them is %  of FARR TOURS. And it is is w ith a compliment atFARM fiW.d/e Name in Travel" .mm-Tema Adele Mankes Tema Adele Mankes Plans June Wedding A June wedding is being planned by Miss Tema Adele Mankes, whose betrothal to Stanley Kaufman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kaufman, Brooklyn, N. Y., and Redding, Conn., has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Mankes, 1446 Lenox Ave., Miami Beach. Miss Mankes, who is continuing her musical education at the Helen Norfleet School, attended the University of Chicago and was graduated from New York University. Her fiance, a graduate of Columbia University Law School, was a captain in the army during the war. Three Candidates For May Queen Announced Three candidates for May Queen to be chosen at the FlaglerGranada Jewish Community Center on May 7 at the Shore Club Hotel have been announced by Mrs. Ben Clein, dance chairman. They are Dolly Levitch Harris, representing Delta Phi Epsilon; Sunshine Axlrod, Miami Beach Masada; Joan Morris, Coral Gables Jewish War Veterans. The winner will receive a silver loving cup, a free weekend at the Shore Club Hotel and numerous other gifts. Sholem Women To Meet A meeting of B'nai B'rith Women of Sholem Lodge, will be held Tuesday, April 11, at 1 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Harry Gordon, 2201 South Miami Ave. Nominations and elections will be held. A dessert card party will j follow the short business meeting. ] Judith D. Feinberg Planning a June wedding is Miss Judith Diane Feinberg, whose betrothal to Jack Harry Hopkins has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert L. Feinberg, 1945 N.W. 1st Terr. The bride-elect attended Florida State University and was graduated from the University of Miami, where she was a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority. She is on the teaching staff of Hialeah Elementary School. Mr. Hopkins, son of Sidney Hopkins and the late Mrs. Hopkins, Petersburg, Va., is a graduate of the University of Virginia. He served as a captain in the army for four years and is president of the Petersburg B'nai B'rith, a member of the Shrine and the Elks. Senator PEPPER needs your support. In a democracy every citizen should assist to his fullest capacity in the election of his candidate. Our Senator's message must reach the electorate. Since he cannot talk face to face with every voter, he must reach them through letters, through radio, through the press. These legitimate expenses are unavoidable. Senator Pepper has no big financial interests to supply him with slush funds. He must therefore go to his friends, the little people, for help. We appeal to you for a contribution. Send us whatever sum you can afford. Please draw your check to the Pepper Campaign Fond and mail it to one of the following: Pepper Fi nance Committee Max Orovitz, 7200 N. W. 7th Avenue, Miami, Fla. Burnett Roth. 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla. Harry Simonhofi, 5925 North Bayshore Drive, Miami, Fla. Harold Turk, 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla. (P


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PAGE TEN *Jeistncridian raiD A Y.APRIL,: RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY Temple Emanu-El (Reform). 1801 S. Andrew* AreFort Lauderdale. Dr. Marius Ranson, Rabbi. Rat*: Raneon will conduct thtFviilay. Thr theme will be "The Son e of Hebrew achool til the temple Saturday at t' a.m. RelUrloui -!."' %  Bunflay at I H Temple i*rae: (Heform). 13? N.E. 19th S. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Rabbi Emeritus. Friday evening services at 8:15. Mrs. Monte Selig will recite the hless:iiK over the candles. Dr. Kaiilan Will preach on "Have Vou No Questions?" Saturday nv.rninp ervi.--s at 11 a.m. ra—irrr Memorial Service. Dr. Kaplan will speak on "My Strength, My Song and My Salvation." Jewish Community Center (Conservative). 2020 Polk St., Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig: Enrly Friday services at l:W. Late Fridav services at S:16. Rabbi Hosif will sneak on "Man's Self Enslavement. Saturday morning services at S:30. Sunday morning service* at 9:30; Vlzkor at 10:30 a.m. Rabbi Honur will preach at all Festival mornrng services. Tempi* Betn Snoiom (Liberal). 4144 Chase AveMiami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Fridav evening services at 8:15 • Kroi ill n "Awake! I Life is :n banter." Tlakoi Batui at 10:45 a.m. Miami Hebrew School and Con gregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W. 12ih Ave. Rabbi Simon April Cantor Berele Kelemer. p lervlces -: 6:15. Saturds: ins l v Ral bl AJM II %  .. : :>:•. :.rd and i vy." Ol MU eha al I 15 followi Sui lay moment service at S a.m. Ylskor a: l"l". M cha at •' ; ::. I '. %  I 7 Id .m a' I n : :" %  %  Congregat-cn Beth David (Conservative). Coral Way and 26th Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. Services Fridaj -•.• nfng at -undown at new synagogue Services Saturday Sunday mornlngi at i*. 71a Sunday at 1" a.m. Thf r;.t.bi will speak on "When Death Comes Altar flowers will be presented by Mrs. Sadye G. Rose in memory of her parents, Mr and Mrs Louis QoMatefo. Student congregation in vestry room Saturday and Sunday mornings at '.'•10 under direction of Jerome B Gordon and Louis Oadon. Daily serviceswat I a in and Mir., ha and Maariv at t p.m Hebrew classes dally between 3:30 and t:3v. N. W. Religious Congregation. 3681 N. W. 2nd St. Services Saturday morning at :("> /clock. Congregation Kneaeth Israel (Traditional). 1415 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H. Ever. Mlncha Friday 8:18 Maariv 6:3" p.m. Saturday morning wt Rabbi Ever will r*nk on "The of Rich and Poor in Religion." Mincha .a 8:M p.m. and Maariv at p.m. Saturday morning seivice at S:30 a.m. Yiskor at 10:30 a.m. Rabbi will sjeak on "Why r> We Memorallse on the l-ast Dav of Our Holidays"" Mincha at 8:8* p'm : Maariv at 7 p m Hebrew school will commence April 10 at p.m. Congregation toung Israel (Orthodox). 4001 Chase Ave_ Miami Beach. Service Friday night at 6: Saturday at a.m. Mincha at 6 fi.m. Services Sundav at 9 am : Yisoor at 10:30. Kvening services at 6:30. Services Monday to Thursday < a.m. and 6:3" p. an. T'Fereth Israel Congregation of Miami (Orthodox). 4316 N.W. 7th Avenue. Friday evening services at 6:13 p.m.: Saturday I .'SO a.m. with Mincha at t! Sunday morning services at 9:30 with Viscor at 10:30. Rev. R. Brill will conduct the services. All residents In that area are invited to attend Coral Gables Jewish Center (Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop; Cantor Joseph W. Malek: Steve Kessler. organist. Palermo Ave. near Le Jeune. Services Friday evening at 8:15. Rabbi Skor win speak Oreal Songs of the Hebrew Sou:." Services !>• including Torah service, I Kiddush and Interpretation of the Bible Portion. No religionSunday. Tlskor Sunday following I services at 9:15 dufing which the rabbi | will speak on "The isift of Memory-" Kiddush to follow in the patio. Congregation Beth Jacob (Orhodox). 301-311 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloffc Friday evenin e -services at 6:15.! Saturday evening at 6:13. Saturday and Sunday mornings at 8:30. Rabbi Mes.-heloff's topic Saturday morning will be "MasExtinction."' Tlzkor Sunday at 10:30 a.m. Rabbi I will speak on "Mass Survival."-Dally I religious school will resume Monday a: 3130. Miami Beach Jewish uramunitj Center (Conservative), 1701 I Washington Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor' Jacob T. Coloring. KTIday evening service at 6:30; Kat} %  urday and Sunday mornings at 9 am Evening services lU 6:3". 1 Iscor Sunday at l:M a m. ttbbl Lehrman will preach at all morning services and Cantor Gold ring will chant Temple Isaiah (Reform). 1536 Bay Road. Miami Beach. Rabbi Mofhay P. Mann. I Fridav evening services at •. | conducted by Rabbi Moshay P Mann | with Dr. raul Beck as cantor. *** !" n t„pic will be "Immortality/ Special Vlzkor services on Saturday. The j rabbi win speak on "if the Dead Could Speak." *^_.i. Coogre'-anon Beth El (Orthodox). 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi, Murray Grauer. Fridav evening services at 6:16 p.m. SaturdaV morning services at t 30 i Rabbi tlrauer will preach on Israel Will Sing." Mincha at 6:30. Services Sunday at 8:30 a.m. The rabbi will preach on "A Song to Remember. Dallv services 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. Religious school dally at 3.30. Congregation both Tillah (Orf thodox). 935 Euclid AreMiami I Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Hackj oTkT[ Fridav evening services at 6:1a: r Saturday morning at >:30. Rabbi s | topic will be "Approach of Redempj tion." Mincha at 7 followed by J Maariv. {."unday morning services at I :30. The rabbi's sermon will be on-* "Our Ancestors." Viskor at 10:30 a.m. I Hebrew Academy. 918 6th St.. Miami Beach. Mailv Bible class 3:15 p.m. Dally servloea at 7:30 a.m. and 6:15 p.m. Sunday at a.m. Northside Jewish Center. Douglas Gardens, N.E. 2nd Ave. and 53rd St. Sabbath services Friday at 8:30 p.m. Ylscor Sunday S a.m. Sunday school I classes everv Sunday at the office of Dr Win. Bores. 655 N.W. 62nd St Hebrew classes under direction of Rev. J Philip Fried at 6701 N.W. 4th Ave. on Mondays and Thursday from 1 to { 6 p.m. North Dade Jewish Center (Conservative). 13830 W. Dixie Highway. North Miami. Friday evening services at 8:15. Saturday morning services at 10: Sunday services at 1" with Ylskor at '.1 a m. First Jewish Congregation of Coral Gables. 2410 Ponce da Leon Blvd. (Conservsiive). Friday evening services at 8:80. Dr. Abraham Lansen will officiate. An Oneg Shabbat will be served by the Sisterhood. Members and friends are invited to attend. Flagler-Granada Jewish Canter. 175 S.W. 45th Ave. Saturday services at 9 a.m. Israelite Center (Conservative) 3198 S.W. 24th Terr. Friday night services at 6: Saturday morning at 9. Daily services at 8 a.m. North Shore Jewish Center (Conservative), 7110 Bay Drive. Miami Beach (Aits Chaim Congregation). Rev. Philip Fried. Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. The rabbi will speak. 25th Annivf CUSTOM TATL0B 25 Years of Servic., the World's M3L Distinctive ClienteJ 1U0 Lincoln Rood Ph. 5-3812 THOUSAND S HAVE PURCHASED SANDS MEMORIALS DESIGNERS • DISTRIBUTORS • ERECTORS HEBREW LETTERING. VEILING. ETC. Estimates The Finest Your Answ| That Please You Obtainable 48-1413 Top Price Paid for MEN'S USED CLOTHING AL'S 432 N. MIAMI AVE. Phone 2-3213 MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY Offers to DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES A 5-POINT PURCHASE PLAN • Wise Counseling e Beautiful Landscaping • Perpetual Care • Pre Need Budget Plan • Special Protective Features Ideally Located Near West Flaaler at 53rd Avenue Oeneral Office— Olvmpia Bid* For Information Phone 3-3720 RABBI S. M MACHTEL Exec. Vice-President ROBERT YAFFEY. 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APBIL 7. 1950 *Jewislirkwirli r n>er Women lold Party kpr Women Club No. One ni Beach will hold a Passcelebration and farewell L Sunday, April 9 at 8 %  Kneseth Israel CongregaIl5 Euclide Ave., according I announcement by Mrs. IT Seitlin, president. leca Wall, national chairfyouth and education, will Lt speaker. targe of arrangements for Eiing is Mrs. Jennie Kranz. he her are the Mesdames GoldbciK, P. Kunin, Esther Minnie Bauer, Esther [B Pukula. Dora Wilensky, Broides, Sally Hurwitz. Meeting Place (Congregation and Sister\l the Northside Jewish will meet at Douglas is, N.E. 2nd Ave., between Lid 53rd Sts. The general By will take place the first evening of the month, She women will meet on |rth Monday. ng the teatures of the 66th meeting of HIAS, held y in Hotel Astor, New ias reunion between two companions in the war fcrime. On the same platvith Governor Thomas E. of New York, was Murray tin, who had been a valued {• of Governor Dewey's liring the rackets prosecufcen the governor was disSttorney of New York Mr. Gurfein is now a Resident of HIAS. It was [ling to all who are conwith Jewish welfare to oth these powerful voices | in support of the mission among the homeless and ed Jews of the world. Hadassah Group to Meet The Business and Professional Group of the Miami Beach ,Hadassah will meet at the Miami Beach Y on Monday, April 10, at 8:30 p.m., according to Lillian Goodman, president. Guest speakers will be Paul Giller, former Miami resident now living in Israel, and Capt. Orri Gunsberg, member of the Israeli army. Giller is an engineer working with .the Israeli government. PAGE ELEVEN 1 Cantor To Box Scholes Monday Abdullah Boycotts Arab League Meet. LONDON, (JTA)—King Abdullah of Transjordan announced that he is boycotting the current session of the Arab League which strated its meetings recently in Cairo. A report from Cairo says that the Transjordan Minister to Egypt informed the Arab League Council that his ruler decided not to participate in the present session because of the violent campaign which the Egyptian press is conducting against Tarnsjordan over reports that King Abdullah is negotiating a secret agreement with Israel. The Transjordan representative also said that his King disapproves of Egypt's proposal to invite the ex-Mufti of Jerusalem's "all-Palestine government" in Gaza to send representatives to the Cairo meeting. Upon receiving this information, the Political Committee of the Arab League held a two-hour meeting to discuss Transjordan's boycott, the Cairo report said Elect "Jim" James M. NOEL TO DADE COUNTY School Board Vote County Wide TERAN LEGIONNAIRE GRADUATE TEXAS A. & M. LAW STUDENT U. OF MIAMI ING SCHOOL MATTERS OUT IN THE OPEN! W* ill Solve School Problems! PULL LEVER 32A MAY 2nd FOR JIM (Pd. Pol. Adv.) GLASS SB FOR EVERY PURPOSE STORE FRONT — PLATE and WINDOW GLASS Mture Tops, Beveled Mirrori and Reiilvering Our Specialty & G. Glass and Mirror Works I S.W. 8th St PHONE 3-4834 %  "WIS ORLIN LOUIS GERBER 'AIMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. "ami's One Ind Only JEWISH IONUMENT GUILDERS ^rg e Stock Hand For Immediate Delivery I Serving the Jewish Community Since 1932 Exclusive Dealers ROCK of AGES MEMORIALS a"-' S.W. 8th Sta5t Phone 4-5922 Something New Every Garment Spr aSpotted Before Cleaning This Expensive Process Has Been Added—But the Price To You Is Still — 79 Dresses C pl n 45 Trousers THE VERY BEST IN DRY CLEANING We can do ALL your Laundry & Dry Cleaning FREE PICK UP AND DELIVERY PHONE 94m 3-0754 1403 N. W. 7th Ct Saul Cantor Saul Cantor, former University of Miami ringman, will meet Billy Scholes, young Tampa featherweight, in. an all-star club boxing show on Monday, April 10, at 8:15 p.m. at the Coliseum. The 130 pound Cantor, who is gunning for his fourth win as a professional, won the featherweight championship in the Golden Gloves Tournament in 1948. The young boxer is practice teaching at Coconut Grove Elementary School and will graduate from the University of Miami in June. He plans to do graduate work later. SUNRAYCARK HEALTH RESORT HOTEL-SANITARIUM FOB ROT. CONVAUKCMCt ANBOMONK CASU it* .w. )' %  cour aiL_MJAM i rxojuneJ GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have your roof repaired now; you will iav on a new roof later %  QUALITY :ATESSEN MATS -.J....I,I?-.. ._ Distributed by Hi-Grade Food Co. 1733 N. W. 7th Ave. Phone 9-8456 I U*311I0P9H LISTEN TO THE JEWISH MUSICAL HOUR WTTT—1490 on Your Dial Jacob Schachter Director NORMAN R. LYONS Nawaoaeter and Historical Narrator NOW FOUR TIMES A WEEK 8UNOAV FROM 10 A.M. TO 11:30 A.M. MON WED. AND FHI. FROM 1 P.M. TO 1:*0 P.M. 10!.. 16 %  OHI1AH2 QJOHAH moon UADINO L I JJ RAftftlSStreit's Matzo & Noodle Products Distributed Exclusively by SEASHORE FOOD PRODUCTS 343 Jefferson Avenue PHONE 5-3457 Miami Beach, Fla. =5=F=



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% % %  PAGE TWELVE >Jei&ncrA0&r_ FRIDAY lAPmj LEGAL NOTICE %  %  • L Tie, Fta. Red €>0 Drive Young Adult Forum ITT. -^ %  „ The Young Adult Council o: soC E ^OER FICTITIOUS Extended 19 Ba>s emer "*"**££? GIVKS The 1950 Rt-d Cross ca*r.pa:zn has planned its f:rst forum fo: -a* been exter ten d 19. at 8 p_rr _ive volur.teppor7 ill be The I 'unity • te the job. acE Out] I ord:ng to B. H %  Today." chairrr.fc.-.. P"-~' Blad an appeal to a: I the va :ami sr ol the board of -" -%  %  %  • %  € r. IT • %  n e i 1 .1 1 Variety Show Scheduled %  "• Ber Ess* n '•' %  %  i :cre I i now •'. Tot; the las! H44.461 Two -J tops Of 1 f reacl era ex SJTl.WM iriw .eached Turned in n April 12 LEGAL NOTICE ;0~ CE uNDEP C T Ct'S \i VE w* .V S" thai r:r .-.. %  .-••• %  %  NOTICE B>' PUBLICATION v THE % %  -i — N'E %  : .. id %  -' %  .. %  i %  • %  %  LEATHERMAN-, EVERY MONDAY NIGHT BOXING CORAL GABLES COLISEUM Starts Mcr.dav. April 10th 8-ROUND STAR BOUTS SPECIAL EOUT Saul Vs. Billy Cantor Scholes Undefeated Tampa Jewish Sensation POPULAR PRICES ALWAYS : M :>-2 % %  : R nj S'de YOU PAY NO MORE *--.'.t:-.i: -.". C-. s:-~ ig-74-8: "... \ = ".st=.-s-t >.**3*: vay S:-. ST3 S.SIM Vi; : Z t/ A C. :•—i %  • • %  • I -%  t -%  SO T 'CE BV PUBLICATION % %  : •. %  •• %  ix ra s %  -•. s-EIRR in '.-.: Def< .: KI. i; ;: %  • %  :'.Ros %  : • i tor %  %  KM W STOCKIN I • S' NCT.CE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOB FINAL DISCHARGE I'.T DADE N Y KI.' iRIDA —N • --•-:: OF V JAFFE JAFFE GREEN Ni >T1 I have I pon I petil trl %  %  --• %  > .: .. ... :v .. • %  H • e V r B. .•; %  • the B • : • Ur< %  •'• I >rt and 4X R SILVER •.. %  .-• %  V itnl, Pie I : %  • • • • ,, %  .-. %  • %  %  k the I r. M before I • ••' I > ••. • •: %  • • %  %  • %  led lint. E AND ORDERED I day of Api A D. %  E C LEATHERMAN C t, Dade • Pi -ida. %  S ANN SILVER. Kv. trij • • • Eat Mary Jaffe sed. STOKE for Ext itrix Bids I :-:;-..--• •IOUS :y. W STOCKING, ER Seybold Budding n .-.la for Plaintiff ;-i4-2i-a i "A GOOD NAME is fflor* to be treasured than riches." Pro-.t'bi GORDON J FUNERAL HOME SYMBOLIZES EVERYTHING A GOOD NAME IMPLIES NOTICE TO CREDITORS s" THE COUNTT Ji'i-;::%  %  .UP.T IN AND FOR DADE COI'XTT, PLORIDA. — IN PROBATE No :43. :;• ESTATE OF THOMAS i>. AI*"Tr. I'w ^a*^d. All NOTICE UNDER FICTI NAME LAW XOT1CE 1> HEREBT GIVEN that el mc t **ne. %  ^'!*-rk. bu %  %  i %  ; .' fictitious name of i.K BAR AND GRILL al 15*7 Weal ._-'. si eel hitenSa to res itei said %  ritfe the Clerk > %  ( th.Circuit Da Ic %  unty, Florida. WILLIAM .1 BOI8H S • I 'wnrr MTER8, HKIMAN AND KAPLAN • %  William J. I i T 14-1 O S.'l NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that .thundemlcned dealrins to •ngagtin 'redllo and AM Persoi Hav— undrr th. ficl tme of For 25 years the name GORDON has been assoc;ated with service to Greater Miami Jewish causes In your time of need let us help you as we have done for other grateful families ****** GORDON 710 S.W. 12LH Avenue Phone 3 3431 or 9-1436 JOS. L. PLUMMER Funeral Director rr "".ilms i Da-ansi •'• AJ % %  .I %  it*: V'U. and e:.'h .of \ou. are d anal BeejoWad to pn—ni any and drnuindc uhi.li you, or i*ithr of yoi^ may have .i.-.mst the |eH4ta of THOMAS i ABB r >TT. %  !• -aae'd. late .f Miiini: I>B • Florid*, -o the II • W F H lee of ld#. t % % %  ..%  •'o'irt> ''ofi-thofljaa Iudf Florida, w'.thin %  Irhl lfc r il ai HERBERT JORDAN ORIGINALS al Faah n *:. i t, 127 N w. %  %  • M Pli • da ntei I %  R -*• said !ia:!ie with the Clerk of tht Circuit Court of r>ade <" %  MAX DROSD BELLA DROSD HERBERT JORDAN AMOS BENJAMIN • I %  • IT-S4I 4 T t data f take Paid • %  irnef". r den ir. the j claimant and kjfI JB1 rel Mid tie %  i n -af %  -.-•.. %  %  %  • v • I 4. A-D JACK A. -U:la.TT BERNARD I. ABBi >TT As Execul Will em of Thomas D v — .i JA'K ,\. ABBOTT fin Ezeejatots l T-!4NOTICE BV PUBLICATION IN" THK riRCCIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTT, FIJ3RIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No ." i HARRY I'NOER, Plaintiff, vs. SADIE I'NGER defendant. TO SADIE L'NGER, U-f-ndant it) Brooklyn Avenue oklyn New Tork TOl' ARE HEREBT NOTIFIED that a nuit for divorce b is been against you by HAKHV L'NGER, and you are required to .. SI your written defenses. | if any. on the Plaintiff*! Attorney, I and file the original In the office of •hClerk of the Circuit Court on or %  '. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 1> HEREBI GIVEN that before' thVbi/'dav 'of'"Aprir'lSio; In • n |default of e/hich the Bill of Complaint Mill i,tsken as confeaaed asalnai you. %  • %  '•flctltl • %  > nan f SUPERIOR WINDOW CO al Dade Cosnts r" Clerk of the I • C Ji iv. Ftorida. AL BRENNER HARVEY BBENNER EDWARD rDEI-SON Partners MARX FABCR ^nt.s i-n-a NOTICE BV PUBLICATION I>at-d this 2<> dav of March, 1 •*r^<• K I! LBATHBRMAN, I'lerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) Bjr H. H RICE. JR.. Iieimty Clerk. GEORGE J. TALIANwFF IN Lincoln Road Miami Beach. Florida At tome) f..r Plaintiff S 21-31 4 7-14 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THK CIRCUIT COURT OF THK I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT or TRI KI.KVKNTH JUDICIAL ;i R. rrvr ELEVENTH J IIS MA CtRCUITOF IN AMi l-i.l*. DADE COUNTT, FI.ORIDA IN Wli Fun mnp ll'.v IN CHANCERT. No! CWrrrrT IN CANCERY^N* VIVIAN POLLOCK WILLIAMS Plaintiff, v-. ul.lVFnt WENDELL WILLIAMS, .Defendant. T'r OLIVER WENDELL WILLIAMS, Bdgewood A\enue, Trenton, New Jerse Yi.r ARE HBREBT REQUIRED to serve s copy of your Answer to th.Bill of Complunt in the above cause Tor Divorce, on .the plaintiffs attorneys, and file the original In the office of the f'lcrk'of the Circuit Court. on or l>ef.>re May ".th. I>.*.'i. otherwiae m\ii Bill of Complaint will be taken an confessed by you. Dated this 4th day of April, lsln. E B I.EATHERMAN. C|erk of >hCircuit Court, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM W STOCKING. ..__ Denuty Clerk. UTERK HEIMAN a KAPLAN. .Solicitors for Plaintiff S0 Seybold Building, Miami 32, Floxida. 4/7-14-21-28 KAY BERGER, Plaintiff, vs. ISIDOR BEROER, Defendant. To: ISIDOR BERGER MM West 21th Street Coney Island Brooklyn. New Tort You are hereby ordered and re%  lulred to serve a copy of your Answer th.Circuit Curt on or before the 14th day of April. 1S.-.0, otherwise the as ,e cSsed\,^,u H!M Wi ''" k -" tS^sJUsk F ,<,r,da ,,is ir,,h E. B. I.KATHERMAN". r.. %  • <. c "*rk of the Circuit Court (Circuit Court Seal) By R. H. RICE. JR., SAMUEL J. RAND. A.Sr'ne'y ^^ 61. Seybold Building Miami. Florida „ S/S4-31 4/7-14 LEGAL HOTICES NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THK CIRCUIT CURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DA0E COUNTT, FLORIDA — IN CHANCERT, N".. I i >SEPH OOLDBEROER, Plaintiff, vs ... I .. I .:. ;TT*I H IJUU8 %  ;. iLDBERGER .. rse i New v .' • NOTIFIED thai I %  i:. tilabova • I ain%  %  fflce of thi r befon A.I>. H :h'!> 27 A.D i: : %  :AN. f the I %  %  -!. PI WM VV PAI OT SILV1 I l\| .v WAYNE i • Law Buiidinz %  %  ; __ LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE LNDER-FiC-f-i-Sa Nr.TiCE I^I^^O ) : %  %  Circuit Court % %  /.0-17..,. &J" NOTICE TO APPEAR IN TH!. CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, I IDE COUNTT. FLORIDA — IN CHANCERT, No. In Re: RO .IVIER1, i'i >X. TO ANTHONT OUt R • %  %  .. II Pel TOU AUK HEREBT REQUIRED tn .n the above atyled n the Slat daj \ .in.l t> • %  Mianl' irUI Circuit C ^ • \ i: -TRIM %  F'J i %  -' % %  r.ssj : %  Sj3 17-21-:;: i NOTICE LNDER PICTITIOJ NAVE LAW MOTH iREBYflJ the lindei bualness GIFTS BY STAN at II ington Ave Miami Bius. intend t %  : mm rtl C>: k •• %  f U County I ANITA FRANK rx FAl"ST i neti LIEBMAN Attorneys At piiranls 102 Biscnyne 3. .•: 4-Jl : 'iSl ::II : %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersign.-d. desirins to encage in buatneas under the fictitious name of Nattar PuitUin at 1225 N. E lad Miami Florida, intend to I s.iid name with the Clerk "f :he Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. BVELTN 8 AXLROD LIBRE AXLROD LEO AXI.Ri.D LIEBMAN AND ROSEN Attorneys for Applicants i 7-14-SI NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that ih" undersigned, desiring t" srssaye in business under the fictitious name of TAMIAMI HOTEL St IM West Street. Miami, intend to regisame with the Clerk of the • Courl of Dade Cuntv. Florida. ELLIS SCHLITZ HERMAN SCHUI.MAN Partaera HARRY DIETZ Attornej f..r applicant 3 31 4 7-1 l-.l NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW • NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, d.snini: to engage in business under the fictitious name of Standard Rebuiluers at ttOI N.w. ith Avenue, Miami. Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade dainty. Florida. ROBERT GOREs> JOE TEPPER 317-24-31 4/7-14 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY' GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name ,.f AJSS Optical Manufacturing Company (Not Inc.) at 3421-5423 N.W. 2nd Avenue. Miami. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. HARRY a STEIN ELRY STONE Attorney for Harry S. Stein 3 24-31 4/7-14 NOTICE BY PUBUCfcTlON — IN THE C!:. TIT I'OYKT 0I ELEVENTH JUDICIAL aw IN AN i'A'.'F. < OUK FLORIDA IX .-HANTOnVI 1SISS5. MARY .' %  >M i Plaintiff, vt FRANK MBLO. i*(^tUSVj TO: FRANK COMBLO, 122 w. Bneti Msmsroiw New York. TOU AR1 XOTIFIED thsts] of Comi divoreekall against > %  • the abovs — ed to sa of your Ans *• %  i tornev Office of • Clerk of Coui t % %  : % %  %  I* the April. 193 %  • rwi '•"" *'S of -aid B>; mpWrtsarl sa conf • L DATED -''-;' %  J; '>' 0| r. i.K.\THnaB %  %  .. riresB (Clrcui. ivpjtr JACK A Alton.. 927 Linco M ami B. 3/31 4 7-14-21 N^TTCTTO CREOITOI V H AND V>-^l F%RiDA IS PRO"! *JgS) In Re: BS f.F ROBERT l;AI 80, D. d AH PW1 I le-naniB you, jj lired toPfl nhidj NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COl'RT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND Ilili DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERT, No. 131174. JAMES D. BLACK. Plaintiff, vs. BF.UI.AH BI.ACK, Defendant. You. BEULAH BLACK. General Delivery": Qglethorpe. Georgia, are required to serve a copy of your Answer to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's attorney, and file the original In the ,,fflce of the Clerk of the Circuit Court en or before the 14th day of April 1950. Dated this 16th day of March. 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING. _. Deputy Clerk. DeCOSTAS. MAER AND FLOTD Attorneys for Plaintiff Biscayne Building, Miami J2, Florida 3/24-31 4/7-14 To All Credit" In? CUilms Said Bel iti You. and •-. notified and j claims and den either of s orafi estate of RC ^ SSWV. 'o. %  ; X BLANTON i J L Couiitv. and ." i-ou? office In I g.3 Dade County. >>•'" VL calendar • • ;. f l ^dl first publicat : :' ie '?!'"^ demands to -•'•' % %  l h JTH of the claim..... a" ^, and presented • eo se" 19S3 Probate Ac. ^ DaeN.ai.h.^A.;, AA nri noROTT0-S Estate of RDRfJo ceased. isKf I KAPLAN. r.">V,(v V KK JOSEPH W MALBK Attorneys 350 Lincoln RoaO. Miami Beach, r.-i. 3/ 31 4/7-14-21 NOT.CE UJ^J NOTICE, is m;^S the undei ^e-">^ es ; c ,|ti' business unde. the %  >' ,^l 2ounO-; ^iJ%S& said name with "?. ( Court of DggfogSl DeCOSTAS MAEB in ^ 07 Biscayne Wdg-J „ Attorneys for n" .„ doing DuaineM as Luc Co_ not Inc. /i?-s4-i *n BJJJJJJJJJJJJJ _. ^..v^-v.*t^.r.si-



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IY, APRIL 7, 1950 *• Jewish fkrUtam Nominated For ten's Awards nominations for the OutL Man and Woman of 1949 ie,. n received by the awards Ittcf it has been announced Urman Louis Snetman. Malvina Weiss, principal L u th Beach Elementary J w as nominated for her Iiship of interfaith relations I communityTne Miami L Labor Union nominated In Imand for his efforts as l an of the union's blood bommitlcc. e than 200 civic organiza,,,, co-operating in the third [contest to honor a man and in Dade County. The „ program was originated blcm Lodge, B'nai B'rith, in v blanks may be secured at ,h's Camera Shop. 60 West t St and at the offices of Loci jr. B'nai B'rith, 330 Id Building. filiations for candidates for Itstanding Man and Woman E yi ir may be made by b] letti ; if desired, listing %  ivic achievements" of the fates during 1949. All letters nination .should be mailed Itsti Citizen Awards," Ivbolrl Building. irnick To Head Lodge Illation Committee appointment of Harry nick as chairman of the in|ion committee of Miami Lodge. B'nai B'rith, has announced by President ey K. Newman. allation banquet ceremonies been sel for Sunday, May 7, Saxony Hotel, at which nationally known speaker the guest of honor. bring with Zukernick on the lements committee will be Sold, Saul Genet, Jules P. ling and Herbert L. Markow. I Help in a Hurry?—Call FMflYMEMT SERVICE Vtiita and Colored Holp | Phonal 9-5S17 — •-C727 51 N. E. 5th Street |L MEIDENBERO, Owmr LADY WITH AMBITION xperience Unnecessary, pricing Partner in Intriguino I Hare Opportunity with %  Future in Employment and Td Business. Small InvestPhono 2-7619. 200 Listed In Hotel Honor Roll (Continued from Page 1) Jack August, Bancroft Hotel Mrs M. Baskln, Hay Koad Hotel, Beach lin^i "n' 1, ,K a< £ v l,w Apartment Motel, Beacon Hotel, Ball Hotel, ^elvedere Hotel. Berkley Sltore Hotel BlllOWa Hotel. Hreakerx Hotel, Breakwater Hotel, Cadet Hotel, Cambridge hotel. Campion Hotel, Cai-doaa Hotel Caribbean Hotel, Carl ton Hotel' Curlyle Hotel, Catallna Hotel, Cavalier Hotel, Century Hotel, L'laremont Hotel ciandRe Hotel, Cleveland Hotel, Clyde Hotel. COIIIIIB l'ark Hotel, Congress Hotel. Coral Way Hotel, Corsair Hotel Cortley Hotel, Cromwell Hotel, I'n.vdon Arms Hotel, Joseph Dallett, Davis Hotel, Mela no Hotel, Delmoitlco Mote] Detroit Hotel, Dbrehester Hotel, Dorset Hotel, Drake Hotel, Max Dreyer, Edison Hotel, Edwards Hotel. Nat Bhrllck, Kmliassy Motel. Empire Hotel, Essex House, Kvans Governor Hotel, Flamingo Plaza Hotel, Fleetwood Hotel. Morris Ko.\, Franklin tioti-l. (iussie and Sam Fi-ii-tlnmn, Max Uanzman, Joseph H. Gardner. C.arfleld Hotel, Georgian Hotel, Qer Hotel, I! Glttelman, Glades Hotel, Gotham Hotel. Granada Hotel, Grand Plaia Hotel, preenbrier Hotel, Qreenvlew Hotel. GrossiiiRer-l'atH oast Hotel, ll.Kldon Hall, Halcyon Hotel. Hairlson Hotel. Helen Mar Hotel, Indian Creek Hotel, International Hotel Jefferson' Hotel, Fred Jonas, Mr. and Mrs. Harry i Kanter. Kin.. Cole Hoi. I, Kingston I iiot.i. Knickerbocker Hotel, Ben Kohl. Harry Kohn, Morrli Krlegel Samuel Kulok, itaiph Lacbman, Lafayette Hotel, l^eamlnRton Hotel, l.ainar Hotel, Leonard Hotel. Leslie Hotel, i Irving Levy, Liberty Anns Hotel, Lido I Hotel, Lincoln Road Hotel. Umdim j Arms Hotel, Lord ISalfoui Hotel, Lord Tarleton Hotel, UcAlpIn Holel, Madrid Hotel. Majestic Hotel, Marshall Hotel, M.'irtinliiue Hotel, Matanzas Hotel. Maxlne Hotel, Mayflower Hotel. Miami Colonial Hotel, Mickey Michaels. Miljean Hotel, Mol-Har Apartment Hotel. Monroe Towers Hotel, Monte Carlo Hotel J. B. Moss, Wolf Miiller, National Hotel, N'eron Hotel, New Yorker Hotel, Normandie Hotel, Ocean Bine Hotel, Ocean Haven Hotel; Ocean Mansion Holel Olympic Hold. Palm Terrace Hotel, Paramount Hotel, Park Central Hotel, Patrician Hotel, Muriel Hlrsch Pick, Joseph H. Pinack. Pioneer Hotel, Plaza Hotel. Poinclana Hotel, Pontiac Hotel. President Hotel, President Madison Hotel, Prince GeotRe Hotel, Promenade Hotel, HalelKh Hotel, Joseph liamliam. Michael Ratner, Rejo Hotel, Revlln Hotel. Richmond Holel, Rio Hotel, Samuel Hitler, Robert Clay Hotel, Roberta Hotel, Roney Plaza Hotel, Charles and Lillian Rosensarten. Royal Hotel, Royal Palm Hotel, lioyalton Hotel. Also, St. George Hotel, St. Moritz Hotel. Sagamore Hotel, Savoy Plaza Hotel, Saxony Hotel, Seacomber Hotel, J. M. Seldenberg, Seymour Hotel, Shelborne Hotel, Sherman Hotel-Apts.. Sherry Hotel, Shore Club Hotel, Shore Crest Hotel Shoreham-Norman Hotel, Shore l'ark Hotel, Silver Palm AptS., Mrs. Frances Sllverman. Slmone Hotel. Harry Sirkln. Sorrento Hotel, South Seas Hotel, Sovereign Hotel, Morton Stein, Strath Haven Hotel Stratosphere Apt.-Hotel, Sun Hotel, Surfslde Hotel, Tamlami Hotel. Tides Hotel. Tiffany Hotel, Triton Hotel. Ben Turchin. Tyler Hotel, Vanderbllt Hotel, Versailles Hotel, Victor Hotel, Harry Wagner, Waldorf Towers Hotel, Waves Hotel, Webster Hotel White House Hotel and Whitelaw Hotel. PAGE THIRTEEN PTA Board To Meet The Beth El PTA will hold a special board meeting on Thursday, April 6, at 8:30 p.m., to complete arrangements for the annual spring dance to be given Sunday, April 16. Danny Lapin and his orchestra will provide the music, according to Mrs. Seymour Polin, chairman of the dance. Interview Scheduled Mrs. Marie Volpe will interview Henry Gregor, composer-pianist, on Saturday, April 8, at 6:15 p.m. over station WKAT. Gregor is arranging a program of chamber music for Monday evening. April 10, at Beaumont Memorial Lecture Hall on the main campus of the University of Miami. Obituaries LOUIS SHNAYERSON 78. of 1043 N'.W. ,-,th St.. passed away this week. Survivors include two sons, Dr. Ned Shnayersoi, and Robert Shnayerson. The remains wei > >,nt by the Miami Riverside, West Flagier St., to Peterson, N. J., for services and Interment. FRED BRANDMAN Of 2T1 s.w. noth Road patted sw'as this week. Service* were held Mondav at the Miami Riverside, West Flagier St., with interment following In Ml Nebo Cemetery. Mr. Ilrandman is survived by his iwlfe, Jane; jfils sisters, Mrs. Jean Raab, Miami Beach and Mrs. Rae Blehl, New York; also a brother, Morris, of Philadelphia. JACK DRASNER 33. of 27:::. B.W. list Bt., passei away this week. Survivors include his wife Anne; a daughter, Michele; his parents Herman and Eva; his brothel Harold; and a lister, Mrs. Diana conn. Services were held Monday at the Miami Riverside, West Flagier St.. with interment in Mt. .Who Cemetery. lasi Coast Fisheries, Inc. West Flagier Street—At the Bridge VENETTI'S RESTAURANT -IAN AMERICAN FOODS FEATURING PIZZA BEER — WINE ppecializing in" Steaks Chops Chicken Italian Dishes „ AC %  •*. Plenty Parking Space ae 4p -5100 4041 N.W. 7th Street 0W A VAILABLE -HOME USE CONTAINS THE MIGHTY "lindane", CHLORDANB DDT and PYRE7HR1NS ilLLS ALL! \< OUSEHOLD INSECTS A Proven, Effective & Stainless Insect Spray leaving a powerful, invisible residue that kills for weeks. -FOR: ANTS, ROACHES, JHi WATERBUGS, TICKS. FLEAS, SCORPIONS, CARPET BEETLES, SILVER FISH, MOTHS, FLIES, MOSQUITOES, GNATS, ETC. MFG. AND USED Sold at drag, grocery. hardware and saner) stores. If not aviilatile at your favorite store "II 5-3444 for the ""rest TN distributor. HettlDA'S 1ARGEST EXTERMINATING CO Hade Schools To Present Pageant Friday evening. April 14, the Dade County public schools will present a pageant in the Orange Bowl based on the history of education in Florida. The event is a project sponsored by the Florida Education Association which will hold its convention in Miami April 13, 14 and 15. The pageant will present the combined efforts of 10,000 elementary and secondary students. "Florida Schools Under Five Flags" will begin by depicting the type of education among the earliest Indians in Florida and will move on to the time of the Conquistadores, the Spanish troops, who brought along the missionaries. After the Spanish troops in historical order will come the French, who invaded Florida and their influence on education. Music. Indian chants and dances will be featured' throughout the production. The pioneer era will follow which will show our "native" bej ginnings with the coming to Miami of the circuit riders and, homesteaders from other areas. %  As the Miami epoch unfolds, pioneers in the audience will view! many familiar scenes. The development of Florida will be shown and how other countries have influenced our growth. DOG RACING MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Wholesale and Retail Rough or Pulverized Grade A. Soil "WE SPREAD" Phone 4-0335 LANDSCAPING OUR SPECIALTY 1813 S. 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PAGE FOURTEEN a> Ifiwictt fhrkHnrr Jewish Education Dinner Planned Greater Miami will observe Jewish Education Year, the forieth anniversary of the Bureau of Jewish Education in New York City, with a dinner on Sunday. April 23. at the Delmonico Hotel.j under the auspices of the local Bantu of Jewish Education. Dr. Joachim Prinz, a leader in the fight for Jewish rights in Ger-, many and America and wellknown orator, will come from Newark. N. J.. to deliver the. featured address. Tickets for the dinner are available at the office of the bureau, j 318 Congress Bldg.. phone 3-5&S8. Betrothal Announced The betrothal of Miss Annette Barbara Janis :o Nathan Ratner has been announced by her parents. Mr and Mrs. Robert Carney. M:am; Beach. Mr. Ratner is the son of Mrs. Matilda Ratner. Miami Beach, and the late Charles Ratner. Miami and Cleveland. O The prospective bridegroom, an air force veteran, is a graduate of Miami Beach High School and attended the University of California at Los Angeles and Cornell University. He is now managing director of the Hotel Cleverander. where Miss Janis has been employed as office manager. She attended Hunter College. Goodman Candidate For Executive Committeeman Murray Goodman, local attornev. has announced his candi,dacv. for Dade County Democratic executive committeeman. Precinct 25. Miami Beach. A resident of Miami Beach for ten vears, Goodman attended the Universities of Miami and Florida, as well as Columbia University. While attending the latter, he served as chancellor of Alpha Chapter of Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity. The young candidate enlisted in the Navy and served on active duty for three years. At present I he is practicing law in associa' tion with Norman R. Lyons. Married and the father of a two year old son. Goodman is secretary of the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami and secretary of the Miami Beach Zionist District. He is a member of the Miami Beach and Florida State Bar Associations. Table Tennis Tourney Fourth annual Greater Miami open table tennis tournament will be held Sunday, April 30. at Freedom House. 1558 Alton Road. Miami Beach. Competition in men's singles and doubles will get underway at 10 a.m. Trophies and medals will be awarded in each division. The tournament will have the official sanction of the United States Table Tennis Association and players will receive city and state rank;.-.?;. Deadline for entries is midnight Apr:! 28 and entry blanks may be obtained a*. Turner's Sport Shop. Freedom House or bv calling 83-:597. Kovner Heads II i I It-1 < oiin.il Walter Kover was re-elected president of the Hillel advisory council at a recent meeting of the group. Mrs. Sadye Rose was also re-elected secretary of the council. Others named to office were Max Holtsberg. vice president, and Herbert Blume. treasurer. Over 150 University of Miami students participated in the Seder given at the Hillel House on Saturday night, according to Dr. Donald Michelson, foundation director. The advisory council recently acquired a deed for a site on the University of Miami main campus and plans are now being formulated for the construction of a new Hillel House. Rabbi Joseph E. Raskovsky tit afichiaaa Am* MbatT Beach inm SHOUISON'S ,Ntotao( DR. AOOLPH BONNER (M. O.) Administrator Home for ElOen, Special Diet — Car* Per Wak Only Kochar Convalescent Horn* In Greater Miami CALL S3-406O IOE SOLER BffOHTHl OF PANAMA HATS AND South American So u Ts nlrs and Jewelry Phone 58-3579 2201 Collins Avenue Miami Beach, 1 KOSHER LINDA BRANDS, inc. Exclusive Distributors of the Famow KOSHER ZION Itelicatessen Product* Suggest for your health, for y0UT satlt faction demand "KOSHER ZION" Products, under the supervision of JCabbi Sholem Gedalia Kolpas Made toHk the finest and freshest meat, under the strictest Kashruth supervision. Under U. S. Government Supervision 1STABLISHMENT NO. 1 Attention Storekeepers LINDA BRANDS located at 12 S.E. 5th St, WamJ, have oo hand a nomploto Bne oi Zoskm Baa i WHO MM to Bl your needs. Ptnooaj $2-27*1 KOSHER I'.lll IHIMHBJ Mj 'e,'.' U (fy Ifivlj Games Parties Slated ..--.Emma Lazarus Chapt B'.na; B'rith will sponsor a : gvnt parl Lord Tarle::n Hotel ,n April 12. 19 and 26 according to Edyth :. Working with Miss Flei I in i Pi V M nna Litman. Pearl Sp.-.zer and Ger:e Hirscl field. LISTEN TO THt CULTURAL rEWISH FORUM RADIO HOUR BROADCAST NOW FIVE TIMES WEEKLY FROM MONDAY THRU FRIDAY AT 10:15 TO 10:45 AJ*. AND SUNDAY FROM 2:30 TO 3:00 P.M. OVER STATION WFEC 1220 on the Dial Directed and Announced by ADRIAN McCUNE Real Estate Consultant Pan American Bank Building PHONE 3-7796 TO ALL—GREETINGS MAIN PARKING LOT AND MAIN U-DRIVE-IT SERVICE J. BARB ASH fc SONS. Inc. 2*1 N. E. 1st St. Phone 82-,811 SIMON SEIDEN TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER WHITMORE aECTRIC CO. 806 LANGFORD BLDG. PHONE 82-5744 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER ZARET CONSTRUCTION COMPANY 1901 Wl Avenue Mland Bxch APRIL 11 ENTING THE SENSATIOW Post Tune 8:00 P.M. 10 Races Nightly Daily Double 1st & 2nd Quinielas Every Race Natural Air Cooling System No Minors Admitted SEE YOUR DAILY PAPERS TUESDAY. APRIL II FOR ENTRIES EXPRESS BUS SERVICE DIRECT TO SEE THE BBCAYNE DOG && £ .££% SBCTION OF YOUR DAILY NEWSPAPERS. APRIL 11. TRACK 115th Street Bctwe



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VY, APRIL 7. 1950 *. **;#> flmrBHIfrHn tier Cited For iai B'ritli Work fcertifitate for meritorious Ivemcnt as president of TropI Lodge. B'nai B'rith, was L e d to A. Budd Cutler by Estrict Grand Lodge of B'nai [ it has been announced by [jacobson, executive director \ B'nai B'rith Council. Ber has been active in B'nai youth work for some time ivas responsible for the orition 01 the Tropical Lodge [a B'nai B'rith Young Men's is a graduate of the Unijy of Miami Law School and jjsently associated with the Irm of Turk and Newman, lincoln Road, Miami Beach. loavne Track pens April 11 back to Biscayne for the ling greyhounds when the tide oval opens up April II [run of 45 nights. This will |ete the track's quota for the i and bring to a close June 1 ort of greyhound racing in (Miami area until next jiber. eral outstanding events are schedule for this meeting fthe All Florida Championheading the list. It is exthat 32 greyhounds will [tered for this attraction and rough a course of eliminaland semi-finals until eight tors of these tests go to the fcn April 29. • championship is open to all (la greyhounds that are apby Presiding Judge Willoore. An entry fee of $100 assessed for each entrant the track will match with amount so that a full list nake a total of $6,400. ninations will start April 24 kind up the following night. [final will be run April 27 Jed by the big event on 129. There will be a consolafchampionship for the octet kras eliminated in the ser/iiPAGE FIFTEEN „„ abbi Morri. A. Skop. chaplain at Pratt Veterans Administraof th e Ma. a ,;r^n K t0 Chapl8in JOmeS A Boston the -ymSo'um dLrtSJfS K 7u CH Wer Part 0f the p sover gift packages SKJ ** **• ;•*•' committee chairmen of the B'nai a£LZ? National Jewish Welfare Board. In the photo are Leo IvSE^SJ^ESS committee chairman; Herbert Weisi. Coral SS?r i c^ d9e I? ,e ns com 'ni"ee.Chaplain Boston. Ju^SU B P 'na?B%ith dney "' Boennin *"' "P-eniative Udies ILL... 1ST HAPPY PASSOVER PIANOS FROM |FACTORY TO YOU BY H5 N. W. Miami Court PHONE 3-5221 Cardiac Home Unit To Elect A slate of new officers for Dade Chapter of the National Children's Cardiac Home has been completed and will be presented for election at the meeting to be held on Wednesday, April 12, at the Vanderbilt Hotel, at 1:30 p.m., according to Mrs. Gertrude Lachs, president. The nominating committee is headed by Mrs. Jean Raab. Beach Juniors T6 Meet The Miami Beach unit of Junior Hadassah will meet Thursday, April 6, at 8 p.m. at the Vanderbilt Hotel. Highlight of the meeting will be a mock Seder, under the direction of Selma Lewis and Marion Cohen, who will be assisted by Ann Hertz, Dorothy Lam, Beverly Raphael, Annette Melich, Lillian Aronson and Mrs. Gerald Soltz. McARTHUR JERSEY FARM DAIRY. INC. FROM FARM TO YOU 169 N. E. 62nd Street Phone 7-1667 V FLORIDA MEDICAL LABORATORY SHELL'S SUPER MARKET WORLD'S LARGEST SUPER STORE 5941 N.W.. Seventh Avenue Phone 89-1676 The,Pub]jc Learns. Quickly Where To Shop Best In Edison Center—Open Sundays WE WISH ALL OUR FRIENDS & PATRONS A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER CONCaRD CAFETERIA 1921 Collins Avenue Miami Beach IT IS A PLEASURE TO EXTEND A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL ROBERT L. FLOYD YOUR CITY COMMISSIONER •ULANEYS IIAMI BEACH. Inc. OD MARKET • 41st St. Ph. 5-6441 WISHING TO ALL JEWISH CITIZENS .. PASSOVER GREETINGS WALKER CASKET COMPANY 535 N. W. 24th Street Phone 3-3689 MAY THE SPIRIT OF PASSOVER BRING PEACE. HEALTH AND HAPPINESS y J. MILONE PLASTERING CONTRACTOR 208 N. W. 28th Street PHONE 3-3735 GREETINGS TO ALL L. C. MORRIS ENGINEERING CONSTRUCTION PAVING 2581 N. W. 72nd STREET PHONE 78-0551 A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL •I. C. "JACK" KIMRALL REAL ESTATE 765 41st Street Phone 5-6224 TO ALL PASSOVER GREETINGS yi ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER IARLEY G. COLLINS 20 N. E. 2nd Avenue fLIDAY SETINGS UlNES CAST toNE SHOP 1 N. E. 54th Street Phone 7-6314 PASSOVER GREETINGS SIDNEY DeWOLF & SON Ituihhrs — Contractors 236 N. W. 7th Avenue Phone 3-3067 LISTEN TO BIRNBAUM'S JEWISH PROGRAMS WMBM 800 ON YOUR DIAL SUN. 5PJM. TUES. 1:15 P.M. NOW TWICE WEEKLY EVERY SUNDAY EVERY TUESDAY ALWAYS INTERESTING SUN. 5 P.M. TUES. 1:15 P.M ON STATION WMBM — 800 ON YOUR DIAL I.. & L. ROOFING TILE CO. INC. 755 N. W. 143rd Street Phone 7-1651 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER HON. JUDGE GEO. E. HOLT i I TO ALL PASSOVER GREETINGS HARRY FINCHER. INC. OLDSMOBILE SALES SERVICE EXPERT SCIENTIFIC SERVICE ALL MOTOR CARS 1607 Ponce De Leon Blvd. Phone 48-8704 mnESSh



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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
April 7, 1950

Subjects

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of North Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
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Jewish Floridian of South County
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Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
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Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

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fewiisltUEIIiOJpidliiayn
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
JME 23NUMBER 14
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. APRIL 7, 1950
PRICE: TEN CENTS
u To Attract
reitfn Capital
USALEM. (JTA)The Is-
krliament, at its meeting
i<> ;idjourning for the Pass-
lecess. adopted a bill aimed
Tpuraging foreian capital m-
Ent in the Jewish state.
.seven members of the
jricnt voted in favor of the
re which was introduced by
ivernment, while 15 Mapam
es voted against it. Eight
members of the Knesset
led.
bill provides among other
that approved investors
,, permitted to take out of
iuntrv ten percent of their
fments in dollars a year. It
educes income taxes for the
five years on earnings from
v-ed undertakings estab-
by foreign investors in
session was closed with a
irer message by Speaker
Sprinzak addressed to the
of Israel an dto Jews
shout the world. The latter
[invited to spend next Pass-
In Israel.
Inah Senesh Remains
[ed In Israel
lUSALEM. (JTA) The
containing the remains of
ah Senesh Palestinian
who was executed by
arian Nazi authorities after
us parachuted into Europe
in the underground escape
Iwa in the Balkans was
on Mt. Herzl Hill here this
, with full military honors.
feign Minister Moshe Sharett
fized the memory of the
poetess. Her remains lay in
[In the courtyard of the Jew-
lency building here prior to
bent.
Developments May Force Britain To
Back Either Abdullah Or Farouk
LONDON. (WNS) Develop-
ments at Cairo may soon force
the British Foreign Office to a
decision whether to back King
Abdullah of Jordan or Farouk of
Egypt, diplomatic sources predict
here.
British policy has been to pre-
vent an open breach in the Arab
League, now in session here, and
at the same time permit Abdullah
to proceed with peace talks with
Israel. Abdullah, reportedly, has
bluntly asked the British whether
they back his peace moves.
The Times of London, review-
ing the situation, said that the
split between Jordan and the
other Arab Sstates is on their
differing views towards Israel and
Jordan's refusal to recognize the
Gaza government. Unfortunately,
matic circles here, is prepared to
proceed with the incorporation of
the Arab parts of Palestine into
the Hashemite Kingdom and to
reach a settlement with Israel if
he gets full British backing. The
Foreign Office, however, is divid-
ed on the issue, with an in-
fluential wing opposed to any
move that would antagonize the
Egyptians now.
Steinhardt Dies
In Piano Crash
WASHINGTON, (JTA)Laur-
ence A. Steinhardt, U.S. Ambassa-
dor to Canada and one of the
most outstanding American
diplomats, died in an airplane
crash en route from Canada to
the United States, the State De-
the paper added, in Jordan the partment announced. He was 58
position of the Arab States is | years old. Between 1937 and 1945,
interpreted as being based on
jealously of possible Jordan ex-
pansion rather than on objections
to direct negotiations with Israel.
(The New York Times corre-
spondent in Cairo reported last
week that the campaign against
negotiations with Israel was based
on fears that a separate peace or
series of peace agreements with
Israel would "expose the Arab
States to an economic vasselage
of a new economic imperialism in
which Israel would be both the
dominant fatcor and an instru-
ment of the West.")
Abdullah, in the view of diplo-
UN Conciliation
Unit Sends Note
To Israel, Arabs
GENEVA, (JTA)The U. N.
Palestine Conciliation Commis-
sion presented a "top secret" note
to the Israel and Arab represent-
ative here, believed to contain a
new peace formula calling for di-
rect negotiations between Israel
and the Arab governments. The
note was said to have asked for a
reply by April 17.
Meanwhile, 'he U. N. Trustee-
ship Council d opted in final
form the first 31 articles of the
draft statute on internationaliza-
tion for Jerusalem. Under these
articles, the whole city is con-
stituted as corpus separatum un-
der the administration of the
U. N. The internationalized area
is bounded by the towns of Abu
Dis, Bethlehem, Ein Karin and
Shu'fat.
Article Three establishes that
no judicial decision, administra-
tive act or legislative measure
may conflict or interfere with the
provisions of the statute. Other
he held the posts of United States
Ambassador to Peru, Soviet Rus-
sia, Turkey a:.d Czachoslovakia.
During the period of his service j articles provide for complete de-
" militarization and neutrality for
tht area, a special flag, a seal and
in Turkeybetween 1942 and
1944he successfully intervened
with the Turkish government on
a coat of arms, and a guarantee
a number of occasions to permit of all the human rights and fund-
the landing in Turkey of hundreds
of Jewish refugees who had es-
caped from the then Nazi-con-
trolled Rumania and were making
their way to Palestine. He was
lauded by the Jewish Agency for
Palestine and by the Joint Dis-
tribution Committee for these
achievements.
Campaign Cleanup
Committee Formed
Appointment of a "Campaign
Cleanup Committee" with Aaron
Kanner as its head was announced
this week by Dan Ruskin, 1950
Combined Jewish Appeal chair-
man.
This committee, which will
consist of approximately 30 to 50
people will have as its primary
task the solicitation of more than
200 prospects who last year gave
over $100 to the campaign but
who so far this year have not
announced their contribution,
Ruskin said.
In addition to the Campaign
Cleanup Committee, it has been
decided to name a Review Board
to examine all contributions
which have been made to date
in the 1950 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal and to recommend resolicita-
tion of those contributors who in
the opinion of the board signed
pledges not commensurate with
the minimum needs of the appeal
and their known giving ability.
A third committee will be
named by- President Wm. D.
Singer of Federation to make
plans for the annual meeting of
amental freedoms associated with ^b organization scheduled early
the United Nations' Universal Dt- I m May.
State Department Studies Israeli
Applications For Purchase Of Arms
ii rd To Review
[lii Sentences
Nazi Crimes
NICH, (JTA)U. S. High
iussioner John McCloy an-
ed here that verdicts ac-
ig or imposing light
ices on former Nazi officials
ther war criminals will be
^ed by a special investiga-
mmission which will make
ly of the acquittal of the
Gestapo chief of Munich,
jments presented during the
ification trial of Karl
|>hansl, chairman of the neo-
group, "Vaterlaendische
' revealed that the organ-
has prepared material to
the present restitution and
lification laws in Germany,
also shown that Bavarian
^rialists have betn provid-
lancial support for the de-
it.
Wilhelm Hoegner, Social
cratic deputy, introduced a
^tion calling for a parlia-
iry investigation of the al-
backing of the Feitenhansl
by Bavarian industrialists.
aid that neo-fascist groups
been started off with the
ance of "unknow financial
represented by the Democratic
Congressmen were Ohio, Missouri,
New York, Wisconsin, Illinois,
Pennsylvania and Massachusetts.
WASHINGTON. (JTA) The
State Department is considering
two applications from Israel for
the purchase of American arms,
Secretary of State Dean Acheson
revealed. He made this statement
to 30 members of Congress who
conferred with him for one hour
over the shipment of British arms
to the Arab states.
The applications that the State
Department has under considera-
tion, Mr. Acheson said, are: 1. A NEW YORK (JTA) ihe
request for permission, to make SSSTSS^L^JS^JtSli
Arab DP's Are Not
Allowed To Work,
Lowdermilk Says
|rzl Papers
^covered
ENNA, (JTA)Two files of
fs of Dr. Thedor Herzl con-
his political and literary
tent, one sealed package and
dozen private letters and
^graphs were discovered this
t in the library of the Vienna
Sh Community.
f sealed package bears the
pption, "Herri's lettersdo
i for 40 or 50 years." The
age bears the date March 1,
which means that it will
be opened until 1877 or 1987.
package was cealed by Moritz
fcenfeld, executor of Dr.-
I s estate.
direct purchases of radar, range
finders and other highly technical
war material; and, 2. A request
for an export license for this
material
After the interview, Secretary
Acheson was quoted as saying
that he would confer with Presi-
dent Truman on the various prob-
lems raised by the Congressional
delegation. He also promised to
make a thorough study of all
questions put to him. Majority
Leader John McCormack was a
member of the Congressional
group.
Rep. Anthony Tauriello, of New
York, who acted as chairman of
the Congressional group, said that
the Secretary had emphasized
that there is no cause for alarm
over the rearmament of Eypt,
Syria and other Arab countries.
He added that the Secretary had
attributed the sale of arms to the
Arab states to Britain's desire o
preserve the balance of power in
the Middle East, and not for
purposes of aggression.
One Republican Congressman-
Henry J. Lathan of New York-
was in the group. The hour-long
session was devoted to questions
by the Congressmen and answers
from Mr. Acheson on American
policy toward Israel and the rest
of the Middle East. The states
Dr. Margoshes Named
To INF Publicity Post
NEW YORK (WNS) Dr.
Samuel Margoshes former news-
paper editor and iWfWg
has been named national director
of Public Relations Activities of
the Jewish National Fund suc-
ceeding the late William Z.
Sptegriman, it was announced
here this week by Dr.Horn. J-
Levine, president oi J-
which Palestine Arab displaced
persons are now living are not
permitting the refugees to obtain
employment in order to remain
eligible for United Nations fi-
nancial aid for the refugees. This
statement was made here by Dr.
Walter Clay Lowdermilk, U. S.
soil conservation expert who has
just returned from a visit to Is-
rael, at a press conference held
unde rthe auspices of the Ameri-
can Christian Palestine Commit-
tee.
The author of the Jordan Valley
Authority plan said that the Arab
states including Transjordan,
Egypt, Lebanon and Syriarefuse
to allow the Arab DP's to go off
the relief rolls so that they can
continue to receive per capita
grants from the United Nations.
He charged that in effect the
United Nations was subsidizing
the Arab governments through
the relief program for the Arab
refugees.
Asserting that Israel "is better-
watered than southern California"
and that "water is now actually
going to waste" there, the con-
servation expert stated that the
southern desert area "can be pro-
ductively used for a ranching
type of cultivation, similar to that
in the American southwest." The
economic problems of Israel "are
many and grave," he said, "but
Israel is open-minded, deter-
mined and idealistic." The first
stage in implementation of the
Jordan Valley Authority plan-
exploitation of underground
watersis now being worked on,
he revealed.
A group of American Christian
leaders left New York by air for
Israel on a study tour of the
Jewish state, organized by the
American Christian Palestine
Committee
claration of Human Rights.
Other articles provide for the
setting up of the area's adminis-
tration, with a Governor appo.nl-
ed by the U.N. Trusteeship Coun-
cil for a term of three years, a
Chief Secretary as his immediate
assistant, a Council of Adminis-
tration, a judiciary and a legisla-
tive council to be composed of
residents of the city elected on
the basis of equal representation
Morris Klass, Federation's ex-
ecutive director, yesterday an-
nounced that $18,368 in new
pledges have been received since
the final report meeting on March
26, bringing the present campaign
total to $1,120,000.
Singer pointed out that on April
1 of last year, the campaign total
was $801,060 and said that "This
year we are considerably ahead
for the three main religious of where we were at this date in
groups and a number of others 1949 but we still have a good deal
not representing these religious
groups.
Under the statute, the Governoi
is the protector of the Holy Places
and is empowered to negotiate
agreements on the Holy Places
"with the states' consent." He is
also authorized to organize and
direct a special police force for
the territory and is given emerg-
ency powers in the event of
"non-cooperation or interference
of persons or groups of persons
in the city."
Leon Blum Dies
At Age Of 78
PARIS, (JTA)Leon Blum,
former Premier of France, died
this week of a heart attack at
Jeuy-en-Josas, his country home
near Paris, at the age of 78. His
death came as a complete shock
to his friends.
A distinguished lawyer, jour-
nalist and political leader, M.
Blum was France's first Jewish
and first Socialist Prime Minister.
He was three times Premier and
failed by only ten votes to head
the government for a fourth time
in November, 1947. During the
war he was tried by the pro-Nazi
Vichy Government and imprison-
ed by the Germans.
A leader of the French Socialist
movement, he was a strong sup-
porter of Zionist aspirations. For
several years he represented
French Jewry in the Council of
the Jewish Agency. He also
warmly advocated the work of
the Keren Hayesod and was a
member of the French Palestine
Committee in Paris. A colony
bearing his name was established
in Palestine shortly before the
outbreak of World War II in
recognition of his interest in the
Zionist cause.
Born in Paris, he achieved
academic distinction at an early
age both in letters and in law.
At the age of 22, he was recogn-
ized poet and a literary and
dramatic critic. He was first
elected Premier in 1936. French
President Vincent Auriel, upon
receiving the news of M. Blum's
death, went straight to Jeuy-en-
Josas.
to accomplish if we hope to reach
our 1950 goal of $1,481,146. Unless
the Jewish community subscribes
this amount, our vitally-needed
local agencies, as well as the
United Jewish Appeal, will be
compelled to curtail their pro-
grams."
Dade Registration
Hits Record 223,026
Dade County registration
reached the all-time record total
of about 223,026 Saturday night
as the deadline was reached for
qualifying to vote in the May 2
primaries.
The total is the largest ever
signed up in any Florida county.
Previous high pre-primary total
in Dade was 157,000, recorded in
1948.
200 Names Appear
On Hotel Honor Roll
An Honor Roll containing the
names of the hotels, their owners
and operators who have con-
tributed to the 1950 Combined
Jewish Appeal was issued this
week by Joseph M. Rose, Joseph
H. Gardner and Harry Sirkin, co-
chairmen of the Hotel Unit. The
list contains 200 names.
According to a statement issued
by the three co-chairmen, the
hotel unit has only $15,000 to
raise to meet its quota in this
year's campaign.
The Hotel Unit executive com-
mittee, which has been meeting
at Federation headquarters three
times a week throughout the
campaign includes Arthur Adler,
Abe Allenberg, S. I. Bernbaum,
Aaron Courshon, Joseph Dallett,
Jacob Fishman, Paul Grossinger,
Al Jacobs, Walter Jacobs, Samuel
Kaplan, Harry Koretzky, Sam
Lachman, Ralph Lachman, David
Levinson, N. Doug Raff, Nat
Ratner, Rose Rubenstein, J. M.
Seidneberg and Sidney Steiner.
Named on the Honor Roll were:
Abranis Hotel, Airport Hotel. Alumac
Hotel, Allen Hotel, Abe AUenbeiR,
An-Nell Hotel, Arlington Hotel. As-
toria Hotel, Atlantic Beach Hotel,
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Demagoguery in the Florida Senatorial Campaign
i
By HAHflY SIMONHOFF
Watching the monkeyshines of campaigning creates
little respect for the democratic process. The so-
called game of politics is the defect in representative
government. Presumably no one should take pre-
election talk too seriously. But with mud slinging
there is some venom spattered about, and quite a
little poison is injected into the public consciousness.
Strange that people ordinarily honorable in their
business and private lives should stoop to vile
practices in political chicanery.
A Southern Political Tradition
We are in the midst of an election that is attracting
nationwide attention. A young politician, a fledgling
in Congress, has cast his eye on the Senator's chair.
Born in New Jersey,'he seems to have caught on to
the demagoguery developed for a century by a whole
school of Southern politicians. For historic, social,
racial, or economic reasons, bitterness has been the
keynote of politics in the Southland. Nowhere has
vindictiveness been displayed to a greater extent than
by the Tillmans, the Bleases, the Heflins, the Tom
Watsons, the Huey Longs, the Bilbos. From the Civil
War onwards, the South has labored under a one
party system. Candidates found few principles to
argue over and, therefore, had recourse to personali-
ties, which occasionally drew gun play, as the killing
of Gonzales in South Carolina, or Carmack in Ten-
necessee. When desperate for an issue, the old-timers
itching for public office could always drag in the
"buck nigger" by his wooly hair. These ranters would
frighten the yokelry about the social equality that
inevitably leads to a horrendous mulatto republic.
The F.E.P.C. Issue
Our congressman in his eagerness to garner in the
votes is also using the same technique, but with more
subtlety. Mr. Smathers' sniping at the FJS.P.C. is not
so much for economic reasons as for its effect upon
the system of Negro segregation in Florida. The
discrimination, that makes for Negro economic in-
security and political instability is heralded as the
perfect status quo that preserves the "friendly
relations" existing between the races. The old
hostilities are masked under a smoke screen and
cloaked with the sugary talk that represents the
newest technique of demagoguery.
The Communist Bugaboo
But since Florida has a sizeable population of
Northerners, whose blood pressure does not rise at
the picture of a Senator shaking hands with a Negro,
our Congressman resorts to the far more horrific cry
of Communism. In the midst of a cold war, which
seems to be the prelude to a shooting war, he does
not consider it snide to besmirch his opponent as a
stooge of Stalin. A Du Pont protege can well afford
to sacrifice truth for a seat in the Senate, even if he
does hit below the belt. Thus our war hero wraps
himself with the flag while the U.S. Eagle is made
to scream "vote American." The gallant ex-marine
would probably go to the defense of a decent lady if
she were called a street walker. But he does not
hesitate to pour scurrility upon a statesman of
international stature, the ablest public figure Florida
has ever produced. To smear a patriotic public servant
with treason is like charging a virtuous woman with
adultery. Both insults are equally revolting and
obscene.
The Welfare State
All this vilification might be within the realm of
Southern demagoguery. But there must also be a
positive phase to every campaign. Here our ambitious
Congressman does a complete face about. Beginning
as a Liberal under the spell of F.D.R.'s New Deal,
and under the tutelary guidance of Senator Pepper,
Mr. Smathers now advocates that the New Deal
philosophy be thrown into the ash can. Listening to
his radio speeches, one fancies he is hearing an old
guard Republican from Maine trying to harpoon his
Democratic opponent. Anything progressive is labeled
Welfare State Socialism. We assume that Mr.
Smathers was too young to understand the peril his
country was in at F.D.R.'s inauguration. But we can
only wonder how any legislator with three years
experience in Congress can stigmatize relief measures
like Federal Housing, Old Age Pensions, Health
Insurance, Social Security as masks for the slave
state. Mouthing the language of standpat Republicans
has all the earmarks of a Reactionary. And if George
Smathers is reactionary at 36, then it is fair to assume
that by 56 he will be an out-and-out Fascist.
Independence
All this vulgar baiting of Florida's Senator, who
was mentioned for the Presidency, carries with it a
self satisfied smirk that drips with the Pharisaic
unction of "I thank thee Lord for not making me like
others." This type of hypocrisy places value on the
trimmer, the time server, the yes man. If Claude
Pepper had walked the easy path chosen by George
Smathers, he would not be making eight speeches
a day to maintain his high office. All he had to do
was to join the Dixiecrats, filibuster against anti-
lynching, placate the Klu Kluxers, lead in Red witch
hunts, and hand over the F.E.C. Ry. to the DuPonts.
But a man's greatness is measured by his inde-
pendence in thought and action, by his standing up
to the mob, by his refusal to bow down to political
and financial idols.
Political Double Talk
Our congressman appears to have mastered the
first principle of demagoguery: Be all things to all
men. He seems to know that Miami Beach requires a
different kind of double talk than Alaehua. Oh
Lincoln Road he promised to introduce a bill in
Congress that would absolve from guilt all American
volunteers in the Jewish-Arab war. He must have
read about Charles Winters, a non-Jewish fighter
for Israel, who drew a sentence of 18 months in the
Federal Court of Miami, for doing in Israel exactly
what Lafayette did for Washington's ragged Con-
tinentals during the American Revolution. But George
has not moved a finger to obtain a parole for Winters.
Nor did he offer to assist before trial and conviction
Yet Mr. Smathers notified the Florida Peace Officers
Association that he would gladly defend, free of
charge, any policeman indicted for violating the
Civil-Rights Laws.
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Center Parents
To Hear Oilman
Merritt Gilman of the Dade
County Family Service Agency
will be guest speaker at the foruth
Miami Jewish Community Center
Parent Education Series on Wed-
nesday evening, April 12, at 8:15
p.m.
"Junior Has His Troubles," will
be the topic of the evening's dis-
cussion and will be developed
through the use of a recorcung
obtained from the Mental Health
Society of Southeastern Florida.
Children's Home Unit
Will Meet Tuesday
The Miami Chapter of the
National Children's Cardiac Home
will meet Tuesday, April 11, at
1:30 p.m. at Melvin Cohen Hall of
the home. Tryouts for a radio
show to be produced at some
future date in New York will be
held The show will feature a ski
entitled "People Want to Know."
Producer will be Eleanor Wells,
wife of Bill K. Wells, comedy
writer.
WEUKETOCROWfTOOJ
ESPECIALLY ABOUT
To Pay Tribute to
Late ZOA Head
A special meeting of the Miami
Zionist District, in memoriam of
the death of the late national
ZOA president, Daniel Frisch, has
been called for Thursday, April
13, at 8 p.m., at the Miami He-
brew School and Junior Congre-
gation, 1101 S.W. 12th Ave., at
8 p.m.
Spiritual leaders of the Miami
area, including Rabbis Simon
April, Max Shapiro and Murray
Grauer, will discuss various
phases of the life of the late
Zionist leader. Several cantors are
expected to chant the traditional
memorial service.
Tribute will also be paid to
Frisch by President Herman
Siegal and Financial Secretary
Ted Nelson.
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Norman Pallot, senior at the
University of Florida Law School,
spoke at a luncheon meeting of
the Florida Exchange Club Tues-
day. The law student, who has
been active in university politics,
spoke under the auspices of Flor-
ida Blue Key, honorary leadership
fraternity.
Upon graduation in June, Pallot,
a member of Pi Lambda Phi
fraternity, plans to practice in
Miami.
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FRIDAY, APRTT 7
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EDITORIAL
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Leon Blum belonged to that smell group of
greet Europeans who combined statesmanship,
humanity and intellectualism in their persons cr.d
in their activities for their country and the wc:.:'.
Even on the crowded stage of French politics,
he stcod apart from the pushing swirling crowd of
men who rose to eminence and fell towering
above s: many c: his c-or.terr.pDrar.es loved re-
spected, cdmired, acted ar.d feared.
He stood fo: many things in France and e
world cbove all, for an order of decency
man's relations with man. He represented in
himself, that era in rr.or. s progress whtch r.c.v
see; so remote when man hoped for toady
ttrroress a gradual z-e-.e-.~sr.: Bad o r:;'..- c:
the human spirit :c eve: higher '.evels
The symbol c: Gallic intelJectuahsrrI the typical
caricature of a'Frer.cnrr.on he was nevertheless o
Jew to the core proud :: deeply .nteresteo in
c'J cspects of Jewish life a nippona c: Jewish
cspiranons m Palestine An idealist a orearner
cad a visiencay he wta a :eo^-st a bavd-botted
pedteckm, c aster of French pa: L.amentary
maneurre and dangerous toe at derate ::c-
Icoirira ana tim.o n opp-earonce he MOB o an
:' iron rturore who did not hesitate tc denc_::re
?stain when the ored 1-CarshaI heaayed Jtorioe
tq Hitler or tc condemn "he court which sat in
jdement on him at F.tcrr. during his captivity.
Years .n N'az. prisons could not sharer his great
spirit though they succeeded in destroying his
THE FACT TO CONSIDER
health He emerged from prison to play a great
role, thoagb briefly, in French life, before the
rigors he had undergone, mastered his frail body.
The Pasnover Epie
Liberation from bondage is the thern? -f .l
Passover holiday. The story of the exodus fro*
Egypt is sublime in its simplicity hut profe
meaning.
In the years that Joseph was Egypt's natk) i
here, the food administrator who saved the 1
from famine in a period of scarcity, the pogjtia f
his brethren could by no means have bee- -aiie(i
precarious. But then a new king arose over ,h
land and the position of the Jews chanced at one
As long as Joseph's influence in the royal court
prevailed, the Jews were tolerated. The moment
it passed, the picture changed. Thus we have ct
the very beginning cf Jewish history cm incident
which later repeated itself hundred- udo
hundreds of times, and with the same ..-.- --
That the Jews of Egypt left home and hearth
for the unknown desert they were to \:
demonstrates that the spirit of independence they
possessed was so strong that they o:=:er:ed the
unknown chart to the indignity and agony of
bondage. The story of the escape hem Egypt ii a
thrilling one. For it is the story cf a whole people
escaping from slavery. In all of humor, history it
has not been surpassed in the heritooe .: left and
in the human epic it was to write.
Historical Suiiimarv Of Ila> Of
Mn'ki'1 In Jewish llisforv Issued
NEW YORK N. Y.A historical summary of the place of
- the Shekei in Jewish ~.:.i world history has been issued by the
li S. Centra! Shekel end Election Board, it was revealed by
Charles Ross o: New York, the board'!: chairman.
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s1&~- -.' Zionist -.- re-
end foi :'; :es Its "deriving
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upon thecneslvw to help amid
ten A Judea succumbed to the Romar.
maintain Jewuh religious and
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Program Time Changed
Suj y. Apr:: 9. and
. r.t r.u.r.c through the summer
nths, the Birnbaum Jewish
He tir a;11 begin a half hour later
than heretofore. The program will
be heard over station WMBM at
5 p.m. The B:mbaum Brothers,
who conduct the program, will
also have a 15-minute program
every Tuesday at 1:15 p.m.
known Shekel containing on its
face the cup pattern after the
vessel used in the Holy Temple
of Solomon. Displayed with it is
the specie] Shekel" adopted by
the 1st World Zionist Congress
in 1897. This first Shekel appears
en one of the first issues of
stamps by the Jewish State,
p inted even before it was named
Israel
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Write P. O. Box 662, North
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Britain, Israel Sign
Financial Agreement
LONDON". (JTA) Britain and
Israel this week signed a fi-
nancial agreement here under
which all British assets in Israel
arising out of the termination of
the Palestine Mandatewith the
exception of minor holdings in
Jerusalemwill pass into the
ownership of the Israel govern-
ment.
The agreement was signed by
Sir James Crombie on behalf of
the United Kingdom and by David
Horowitz, director-general of Is-
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PAGE FIVE
Beach Hadassah
To Hold Shower
4 'shower" meeting of the Mi-
ami Beach Group of Hadassah
frill be held on Monday, April
n -it 1:30 P.m. at Temple Beth
iliolom, according to an an-
nouncement by Mrs. Alexander
. president.
The shower will consist of
hrinBing in funds from all Hadas-
...s. including JNF boxes.
of which Mrs. Ii win Makovsky is
a; vacation project, Miss
I Schwabe, chairman; Moth-
er's Day tree orders, Mrs. Leon
t eh chairman; spoons and forks
pjft oidors,. Mrs. Beulah Davis,
an; and membership, Mrs.
rred Jonas, chairman.
M Carl Weinkle will give the
opening prayer. Mrs. Murray i
(: n, president of the Flor-
te Region and member of |
the national board, will be guest
speaker. Her topic will be "Zion-
the Modern World." Mis.
jack Bernard will present
'Glimpses of Israel."
Budciv Udell, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Udell, will speak on
"Plugat Aliyah," and 12 year old
Alex Kogan. Jr.. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Alexander Kogan, will spenk
0n "S unc Judaea."
A social hour, will follow.
H ses assisting will be the
ies Ralph Spero, Joseph
Dorothy Isberg, Jack Udel..
Jack Chutkow, Ida Goldberg and
Josei Wolt
B'nai B'rith Youth Units
Aid Easter Seal Drive
Mrs. C. H. Reeder, president of
the Dade County Society for
Crippled Children, extended her
thanks this week to the B'nai
B'rith Youth Groups for distrib-
uting the counter cans on Miami
Beach. These counter cans are
one phase of the 1950 Easter Seal
Campaign for crippled and cere-
bral palsied children, Mrs. Reeder
pointed out.
"It is gratifying to know," she
said, ^that the youth of Dude
County are willing to give time
for their less fortunate brothers;
so that they may have the oppor-
tunity to take their places in the
community.
"Crippled and cerebral palsied
children depend upon the Dade
County Society for their service
and treatment to help them learn
to walk, talk and use their hands.
The Dade County Society for
Crippled Children depends, in
turn, upon the volunteer services
of such groups as the B'nai B'iiJ^
Youth Organizations," Mrs. Reed-
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Making plans for the shower meeting to be held by the Miami
Beach Group of Hadassah on Monday, April 10, at 1:30 p.m. at
Temple Beth Sholom are (1. to r.l Mrs. Irwin Makovsky. JNF
chairman; Mrs. Leon Ell, tree chairman; Mrs. S. A. Goodman,
treasurer; and Mrs. Alexander Kogan, president.
Dvorak Concerto
Wrll Received
An .teresting musical program
enthusiastically received
Sunday afternoon at the Miami
High School. With Jean
Bedetti as 'cello soloist, the Uni-
versity of Miami Symphony
( tra played Dvorak's Con-
cert- in B minor under the able
r n of Conductor Modeste
Alloo.Mr. Bedetti interpreted the
mood of the adagio with restraint
and feeling, but gave full scope
to the verve of the Allegro, with
a/most too much abandon. The
encore, Saint-Saens' Appationatta
was beautifully played by Mr
B detti and the ensemble.
The orchestra was more than
adequate and gave the audience
much pleasure in the Rakoczy
h by Berlioz and Enesco's
Roumanian Rhapsody. A haunt-
ingly beautiful oboe passage in
Bizet's C Major Symphony was
effectively played by Don De
Lerma.
Dr. Alloo has molded his
orchestra until it responds as a
unit to his sensitive direction.
this past season has shown
marked improvement in perform-
once.L.S.
Miami HadasKali
To Hold Shower
"April Shower for Hadassah's
Supplies" will be the keynote of
the meeting of the Miami Group
of Hadassah on Monday, April 10,
at 1 p.m. in Burdine's auditorium.
Mrs. Jasper Cromer. president,
urges all members to bring wear-
ing apparel for men, women and
children of Israel, linens and
layette items. Only new articles
will be accepted.
The program will include a
reading, titled "Thoughts Thai
Pass in the Night" by Mrs Ed-
ward Rubin; an "H.Q." quiz con-
ducted by Mrs. Ernest Chernoff:
and "April Showers" in song to
be presented by tne Mesdames
Harold B. Cohen, Jasper Cromer
and Sol Stokols. Chairman of he
day is Mrs. Arthur Stone.
A card and games party vrili
be given by the group on Wed-
nesday, April 12, at 8 p.m. in th2
Dora August Memorial Hall. Pro-
ceeds are earmarked for the
Youth Fund. Reservations may be
made by calling Mrs. Joseph
Fishman at 2-1083.
PTA Will Meet
Beth David PTA will meet
Monday, April 10, at the new
synagogue, S.W. 3rd Ave., be-
tween 26th and 27th Roads.
A panel discussion based on the
subject "Our Teachers and Your
Child" will be presented by Mrs.
A. A. Hayden, Mrs. David Parnes
and Charles Gropper. An open
forum will follow. Members of
the Sunday school faculty are in
charge of the program.
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FRIDAY, APRTT 7,,n
Pal lot \ ;< 111.H1
to.bl William L. Pallot. local at-
torney, was recently appointed
Asajpciate Judge of the Coral
Gables City Court He was also
named chairman of the Miami
PuHic Works Committee, which
has been studying the sewage
problem.
Born in Springfield. Mass.. th#
young attorney has spent 27 years
in South Florida. He is a graduate
of Miami High School and re-
ceived his legal training at Cum-
berland University :n Tenneau
Pallot opened law offices in Ft.
Lauderdale. where he practiced
until he entered the navy in May,
1942. He served as an officer in
the amphibious forces for four
years.
Upon his discharge from serv-
ice, he moved to Miami and is
now associated with the legal firm
of Pallot. Silver. Tatham and
Wayne. He has served as presi-
dent of the Ft. Lauderdale Lodge
Df B'nai B'rith. chairman of
5holem Lodge Luncheon Club and |-----------
satsS^JSr !&Brith *Kut2en t Give
--------------- ; Benefit Piano Recital
W::;:am L. Pallor
lladass.ih Gronp
To >Ini Monday
An "April Showers" meeting
b the Hannah Senesch Group of
Hadassah is scheduled for Mon-
day. April 10. at 1:30 p.m. at the
v'anderbilt Hotel, according to
Mrs. Morris Alpert. president,
vfrs. Ethel Rothlein. chairman of
-iadassah Supplies, has issued a
jlea for all members to bring
inen which will be sent to Israel.
Mrs. Jack Swerdiin has been
lamed chairman of the Camp
Sglin project. Assisting her with
he procurement of athletic sup-
ilies are Miss Ethel Mintzer. co-
hairman. and the Mesdames
AlperL.Ted Greenberg. Ben Kohl,
tern Sapiro. I. Teitch and I.
Vumkes.
Mrs. Teitch. chairman of the
tominating committee, will bring :
n a new slate of officers. Mem-
ers of her committee are the
4esdarr.es Sol H. Leslie. Kohl.
Maurice Klein and Max Weitz.
T$e program which has been
rringed by Mrs Irw-.n Weinstein
;:ll include floral decorations by
'.:*ri- Flomm.
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Roreace Ratten, Detroit con-
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concert on Saturday. April 15.
at 8:30 p.m. at the Miami Wom-
en's Club. Proceeds from the
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the Haven School for the Mental-
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The cancan, which is being
sponsored by the Levelers Class
of the Scottish Rite Temple, is
under the management of Miss
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New honorary patrons for the
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Volpe. Dr. and Mrs. H. Franklin.
Judge and Mrs. Kenneth Oka. Mr
and Mrs. I. M. Bilderbach. Mr.
and Mrs. Leo Huberman. Mr. and
Mrs. Alex Youngerman and Dr.
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To AIIL Library
The film strip. "Genocidethe
' Greater Crime." has k>een added
to Films for Democracy library
of the Florida regional offiee.
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith. according to Gilbert J.
Balkin. state ADL director.
"The film strip dramatically
p rtrays the danger of mass ex-
amination on the basis of race,
religion or ethnic origin and the
need for an enforcement of
international law to protect the
peoples of the world from this
crime." Balkin said.
"The Senate Sub-Committee on
Foreign Relations is currently
preparing its report and recom-
mendation to the Senate on
ratification by the United States
of the U- N. Genocide Conven-
tion." he explained. "The film
strip is particularly timely as a
program aid for group discussions
on the need for U.S. ratification."
The film strip may be booked
for showing before groups I
thiough the Florida Regional ADL
; office. 330 Seybold Building.,
telephone 3-6306.
Dr. Drosdoll To Speak
At Lodge Luncheon
Dr. Matthew Drosdoff of j
Gainesville. Fla.. president of the j
State Federation of B'nai B'rith
Lodges, will address members of;
Sholem Lodge at their weekly j
luncheon meeting on Friday, j
April 7. at 12:15 p.m. at the.
Miamian Restaurant.
Dr. Drosdoff. who served as \
director of the Hillel Foundation,
at the University of Florida.
will outline plans for the forth- i
coming state convention of 201
Florida lodges to be held in St. i
Petersburg April 15-17.
Douglas To Star In Play
Melvyn Douglas, Hollywood and
Broadway actor, stars in "The
Story of Franklin Delano Roo)
velt" (part 1) in the latest episode
of the "Lest We ForgetThese
Great Americans" series to be
heard this Saturday, April 8, at
5 p.m. over station WVCG. Coral
Gables.
Participants in the 15-minute
live panel discussion to follow the
transcription will be Judge Wil-
liam L. Pallot. moderator: Mrs.
Dorothy Krieger Fink, executive
secretary, Miami Beach Housing
Authority: and Professor D. R.
i Larson, department of govern-
ment. University of Miami.
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Judaea Clubs in Miami and Miami
Beach it was announced by Sunny
Rubenstein. president of the
Senior Judaea Council. The fair
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f0 B*nai B'rith Members And Wives
plan To Attend State Convention
More than 40 members of local
R'nai B'rith lodges and their
wives are planning to attend the
fourteenth annual convention of
the Florida Federation of B'nai
B-rith Lodges to be held at the
Huntington Hotel, St. Petersburg,
from April 15 to 17.
Herman Edelsberg, director of
the Washington, D. C, office of
the Anti-Defamation League of
B-nai B'rith will be featured
Luncheon To Aid
Haven School
The luncheon to be held by the
Sisterhood of the Coral Gables
Jewish Center on Wednesday,
April 12, at the center will benefit
the Haven School for the Mental-
ly Handicapped, according to Mrs.
Maurice Finkelhor and Mrs.
William Karo, co-chairmen of the
event.
Serving with them are the
Mesdames Meyer Baskin, Davis
Fisher, Edith Glickstein, Sylvia
Green. I. Goustin, Morris Horwitz,
Bernard Keller, Milton Katz,
Irwin Newman, William Pallet,
Joseph Platt, Charles Rosenberg,
Sidney Richman, Morris A. Skop,
Joseph Spitzer, Milton Yaffee.
Rabbi Morris A. Skop will give
the invocation.
A special business men's lunch-
eon table will be set up to ac-
commodate the business men of
Coral Gables. Following lunch
cards and mah jong will be
played.
Reservations may be made by
calling Mrs. Platt at 48-0572.
North Shore Committee
Chairmen Announced
Leonard Tobin, president of
North Shore Lodge, B'nai B'rith,
has announced committee chair-
men for 1950-51. Sam Weinfeld
was re-appointed chairman of the
Anti-Defamation League com-
mittee in recognition of "his out-
standing achievements in that
field during 1949." A similar re-
appointment was made in the
instance of Leo Steinman, social
service and veteran's affairs
chairman, "for conspicuous work
at the Veteran's Administration
hospital and in the fields of social
service."
Other appointments were: B'nai
B'rith Youth Organization, Louis
Huntington: American and civic
affairs, David, Pollack; Hillel, Dr.
Norman Russ; membership, David
Fenton; membership retention,
Leon Rapee; program Melvin
Pazol; publicity, Lester Korshak;
hospitality, Mark Silverstein;
blood bank and sick and visiting,
Morris Roth; entertainment, Har-
old Russe.
speaker at the conclave. Edels-
berg will address the banquet
meeting Sunday. April 16, on the
subject, "Behind the Scenes in
Washington Today."
An authority on the American
Congress, Edelsberg has the re-
sponsibility as ADL legislative
representative of transmitting the
interests of the American Jewish
community to the Congress and
of interpreting the Congressional
scene to the Jewish community.
He brings to this task years of
service as counsel to Senate com-
mittees and government official
In 1945-46 he was counsel and
staff director of the Senate Sub-
committee on Foreign Trade. In
that capacity he toured 20 coun-
tries in Europe and the Middle
East interviewing government
and business leaders concerning
political and economic conditions.
Before that he was counsel to the
Senate Committee on War Con-
tracts which drafted the war
contracts termination and the sur-
plus property disposal bills.
Edelsberg also held posts with
the Foreign Economic Adminis-
tration, the Board of Economic
Welfare and the OPA between
1941 and 1945.
The ADL panel session at the
convention will be held Sunday,
April 16, at 4 p.m. Participating
in the symposium on "Are We
Making Democracy Work In
Florida?" will be Dr. Julius Fish-
man, St. Petersburg, ADL chair-
man, Florida State Federation of
B'nai B'rith Lodges; Mrs. William
B. Wolfson, Tampa, ADL chair-
man, Florida B'nai B'rith Wom-
en's Association; and Gilbert J.
Balkin, director, Florida regional
office, Anti-Defamation League.
Other speakers at the meet will
be Prof. R. Patrick of the Uni-
versity of Florida and Julius
Fisher, secretary of the district.
Gables Zionists To Give
Camp Scholarship
The Coral Gables Zionist Dis-
trict is formulating plans for a
contest to select a youth to attend
the Brandeis Camp institute on
a district sponsored scholarship,
according to Norman R. Lyons,
president. Working on plans for
the competition are Morris Simon,
Meyer Fine and Naphtali Weid-
berg.
Deborah Group
To Meet Monday
An April linen shower will
highlight the meeting of the
Deborah group of Hadassah on
Monday, April 10, at 1:30 p.m. at
the home of Mrs. Lester Sale, 427
45th St., Miami Beach. Mrs. Al
Levine, Hadassah supplies chair-
man, has issued an appeal for
items of new linen to be sent to
Israel.
Mrs. Louis Gidney, president,
will conduct a short business ses-
sion during which Mrs. Joel
Newman, chairman of the nomi-
nating committee, will present a
new slate of officers for the com-
ing year. Mrs. Irving Nathanson
v.-ill report on the cocktail party
to be held later this month.
Mrs. William Levy has arranged
the program which will include
a review of John Hersey's "The
"Wall" by Mrs. Leo Levin.
Rabbi Mann Speaks
The Sisterhood of Temple
Isaiah held a meeting Wednesday
afternoon in the card room of
the Vanderbilt Hotel. Guest
speaker was Rabbi Moshay P.
Mann whose subject was: "The
Role of Modern Womanhood."
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Seminar Chairman
Jules P. Channing, Miami Beach
engineer, has been named chair-
man of a building construction
seminar to be held Friday, April
7, at 2 p.m. at the Columbus Hotel.
This seminar will culminate a
week of lectures and conferences
on construction and design for the
benefit of the Netherlands Con-
struction Industry Committee and
Mrs. Weinstein
To Lead Choir
Announcement was made this
week that Mrs. Irving Weinstein,
director of the Miami Hadassah
Choral Group and recently in
charge of the Hillel presentation
of the Mikado, will assume di-
rection of the Coral Gables Jewish
Center Choir.
Mrs. Weinstein will meet with
the groups each Thursday for
study and rehearsal for Friday
evening and High Holy Days
sendees.
At the first meeting of the
group to be held Thursday, April
6, Rabbi Morris A. Skop will wel-
come Mrs. Weinstein and speak
on Jewish music. A library of
Jewish music has been made
available to the group and re-
hearsals for Lewandowski's Hal-
lelujah and Binder's Sabbath
Melodies will begin at once.
-T*
Jules P. Channing
is under the auspices of the
Economic Cooperation Adminis-
tration.
Participating in the discussion
will be ten experts on the Nether-
lands committee and architects,
engineers, builders, bankers, eco-
nomists, statisticians and trades
representatives who have pre-
sented their subjects during the
week.
Channing presented a talk on
general construction at the Tues-
day afternoon conference and also
assisted in the planning of the
week-long program.
The Netherlands committee
members are visiting four princi-
pal cities in the United States
including Miami for the purpose
of learning American methods of
design and construction in the
building industry.
Channing is a state director of
the Florida Chapter of the Na-
tional Society of Professional
Engineers, vice president of the
Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai
B'rith and a member of the board
of directors of the Jewish Social
Service Bureau, the Men's Club
of Temple Beth Sholom and the
Miami Beach Zionist District. He
is also active in the Miami Beach
Chamber of Commerce, the Flor-
ida Engineering Society and the
South East Florida Professional
Engineers Association.
Council To Meet
The B'nai B'rith Council of
Greater Miami will hold a.meet-
ing on Thursday, April 6, at 8
p.m. at the Council offices, 330
Seybold Building.
B'nai B'rith Units Slate
Dance For Sunday Nite
Colman A. Zwitman Chapter,
B'nai B'rith Young Women, and
Tropical Lodge, B'nai B'rith will i
jointly sponsor a novelty dance
on Sunday, April 9, at 9 p.m., at
the Town and Beach Club.
Chairmen of the affair are Mrs.
Louise Stubbin and Marvin Metz.
Assisting with arrangements are |
Sue Schorr and Julie Maselslcin;
display, Johnnie Pancoe; publici- |
ty, Al Budnsr; door committee,
Sandy Garfield and Hal Kaye.
Tickets will be available at the
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PAGE EIGHT
*Jenistflcridiar
TODAY. APRIL 7
iiaiisissaii Women Personally Speaking...
Il><'lVI' Awards Mrg Net{ie Weiner d Brooklyn. N. Y.. is visiting her
brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Max Bergman of 790
N.W. 13th Court
-k *
Mrs. Ethel Greenberg has returned to her home in Montclair,
N. J., after an extended visit with her daughter. Mrs. Theo Simon,
and her son. Aaron Greenberg, of West Palm Beach.
* *
Mi. and Mrs. Isidore Goldberg of Di Lido Island and Mr.
and Mrs. Abe Pomerance of Rivo Alto Island are leaving for
Israel, where thev will remain for six months.
Gilbert Bachman
Is Her Fiance
Mr* 5c-i B.'.:
A: a reward tea held recently
at :-..-"-.e *: Mrs. Sam. Blink.
600 E. D: Lid:* Drive. M
* *
Miss Hilary Levin ha! returned to Cornell University after
spending a brief spring vacation with her mother, Helen Alpert. I
of 1525 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach. Miss Levin, who recently
. pledged Sigma Delta Tau sorority, played in the Cornell Uni-
versity Theatre production of "Happy Birthday." A graduate of
Miami Beach High School, she was a member of the National
Thespian Society, National Honor Society and was circulation
manager of the Typhoon.
* *
Spending the spring holidays with his parents. Dr. and Mrs.
Jules Kranz. 3782 Chase Ave., Miami Beach, is Marvin S. Kranz.
graduate student at the University of Florida. Marvin, who is
working toward his Ph. D., is a Spanish major.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Howard K. Schwartz, 6620 S.W. 4th St., an-
nounce the birth of a daughter, Gwen Ruth, at Doctors' Hospital,
Coral Gables, on March 14. The Schwartzes are also parents of Miami. The wedding is scheduled
mm
Mrs. Charles Kramer
Charles Kramers
Live On Beach
After a wedding trin to Urn.-
ca Mr. and Mrs. C-na.^sYS
whose marriage took place March
8. are living at Holiday House,
Harding Ave.. Miami b4cmB
couple exchanged voxs at the
home of Mr. and Mrs
Beach, books, gifts front Nat :...: Mever Schwartz of this city.
a son, Louis Randolph. Paternal grandparents axe Mr. and Mrs. ^Mr^Bachman. a graduate of
Hadastah. were presented by Mrs
F: i d Jonas, membership chair-
man, to women who brought in
five or more new members to
the Miami Beach Group of
Hadassah Among those wh
ceived iifts were the Mesdames
Paul Klctz. Bernard G tdberfl
Sa B Hitter*. Joseph Halfon Alex-
ander ICogan. Harry F:
9 seph Shawmut, Irving Frankel.
ttheb. Louis Edell. Alex
Dellerson. Jacob Davis Two
hundred and fifty new members
* -k -k
Mrs. Jennie Gilner. Atlanta, has
announced the engagement of her
daughter. Lee to Gilbert Bach- ,
man. son of Mrs. David Bachmaril baum. Miami Beach, before Pahhi
and the late David Bachman of i Irving Lehrman. w*ore -'aM
"?? bride, the former Miss
Marilyn Fisher, is the dauehte- of
a graduate of *v ,a \m~ :. ,'
Miami High School, received his
trchelor's degree from Georgia
The Rev. L. Lehrer flew to Nassau Tuesday to officiate at Tech- where he was a member of
the bris of Derek Stephen Leonse. son of Mr. and Mrs. L. G. JJf Enfiwri ^enioi f M"hani'
Leanse. The reverend officiated at similar rites for the child's t?ve to fneTmerfratern^Co'uncn"
father many years ago in London. and first president of the Alpha
4t 4t Epsilon Pi fraternity chapter
Mrs. Gustcve Haxtman of New York is visiting with her xiien- A navy veteran, he is an
sister, Mrs. Jacob Egert. at the London House. Miami Beach. Mrs. ^ful
Hartman is president of the Isrcel Orphan Asylum there.
Mr. and Mrs. Morn- F:--V-"mT*
ami Beach and Davenport, tan.
The bridegroom s pa: ents a-e Mrs
Abraham Levin and Paul Kramer
of Chicago.
The bridal gown was fashioned
of pearl pink satin with over-
skirt of matching r.-.ior. tulle
extending into a formal train Tne
deep oval neckline and bodice
were embroidered with seed
pearls, as were the matching
* *
- ., #, ^ -en me material
The bride-elect, a former mem-! gauntlets. A Julie- ap of Mti
ber of the Atlanta Youth Sym- ; and seed pearls secured the full
Mrs. Harry Heifetz of Chicago is visiting her son-in-law and Phnv- attended the University j length illusion veil White oxer
app
hei hospitality. Mrs
Alexander Keg an. president of
ami Beach Group, extended Allita L. RosiKT
greeungs. ana .arcs were p.ayed .,, .,-.,
, Weils A. I. Friedman
ng '..-.v afternoc n.
Will Discuss Israel
l b topic of the iiscusston
-: the Spinoza Outdoor F ..
IM llth S: Miami Beach an
Sani lay Ann] g M 3 _
U ..:.; :- -..-. .--..- will be
/*" President if the
-V.arr.i Bear.-. Zionist District. Ida
- n Nathamal wh has |ust re-
turned from a four-months staj
.---^. ar.d Z>r Air.
* n rhairman .: the Spinoza
rcru r
- Spinoza F
to 10 pjru for music
- brief lecture.
Mendelsohn's Lincoln Manor
provided the sett:.-.; for the wed-
; din* of Miss Anita L. Rosner to
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Abraham. I Friedman -.-. March
IS. Rabbi Irving Lehrman read
the service.
The bride, the daughter ol Mr.
and Mrs AbecBosner. 140 West
Ave. Miami Beach, wore a gown
-"- usseline de soie
trirn.m.cd with heavy white lace.
was attended by her twin
sister. Miss Sandra Rosner. who
ice blue satin and tulle and
carried roses.
Ruby Friedman was best man
I r hit briber They are Um WH
:i Mr and Mrs Samuel Fried-nan
New York.
A iHium^ and dance foil
ny
After a wedcLn* trip to the
as ^-.e aewljrweus are re-
;-'; in Miami 3ca.h
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^r.e-drnan a navy veteran : -
'- MB degree tram the
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at the University of Georgia.
State Quota In Bond
Drive To Be $8,265,000
Following the announcement by
Secretary Snyder that the na-
tional sales goal of the Savings
Bonds Independence Drive will
be S650.000.000. State Chairman
V. H. Xorthcutt of the Florida
Savings Bonds Committee, dis-
closed today that this state's share
of the E Bond sales objective is
$8,265,000.
The campaign, which will open
May 15 and run through July 4.
will feature the Liberty Bell as
its symbol and "Save For Your
IndependenceBuy U. S. Savings
Bonds** as its slogan. County and
community quotas will be an-
nounced later.
gown of camellia pink satin and
I English met with shirred net
jacket She carried r.-.k camellias
and white lilacs.
Miss Janet f enenbaum, Daven-
| port. Miss Joan R r.s irj Hiss
I Marilyn Franklin. bridesMids,
wore similar gowns mo earned
pink camellias and pink lilacs.
Max Fisher. Roc.-: Islasi UL,
uncle of the bride, was bes. man.
Seating guests wert Allar. Steen
and Herbert Spector oi Rock
Island and Philip Enter, ot Miami
Beach.
OBJECT MATRIMONY
Gentleman Aged 44
Would like to meet widow ot
single girl of 38 rears of ig*
No objection ro child.
Write Mr. Z.
Box 2973. Miami 1
r. :;. Mihav P
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Rabbi Mann To Speak
On Eternal Light Sunday
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PAGE NINE
PS. Goodman Is
lonorpd At Tea
Jack A. Goodman of
lanapolis. Ind., former nation-
ice president of Hadassah and
member of the national
d was honored at a reception
n'by the officers and boards
,e Greater Miami Chapter of
jjsah at the home of Mrs.
lie Gross'nger, 5941 Pinetree
Miami Beach, on Tuesday
'2:30 to 4:30 p.m.
rs. Goodman learned of Zion-
from her brother. Dr. Alex-
r s. Wolf, who was a student
close associate of Theodore
W founder of Zionism. In
Jtion to her Zionist activities,
Goodman is active in the
ianapolis Jewish Welfare
the budget committee of
Community Chest, and is
rary vice president of the
,en's committee of the
anapolis Symphony Society.
the receiving line were Mrs.
singer. Mrs. Murray Gross-
president of the Florida
e Region and member of the
onal board; Mrs. Milton
Jn, president of the Greater
ini Chapter of Hadassah: and
following presidents of the
t local groups: Mrs. Alexander
an, h'iami Beach; Mrs. Isa-
Altholz. Henrietta Szold
up: Mis. Louis Gidney, De-
li Group: Mrs. Morris Alpert,
nah Sonesch Group; Mrs.
r Cromer, Miami; Miss Lil-
Goodman, Miami Beach
iness and Professional Divi-
Miss Roslyn Kline, Miami
iness and Professional Divi-
; Mrs. Bernard Stevens,
orah Group.
rsages were presented by
Alex Van Straaten to Mrs.
man and Mrs. Grossinger.
My Golden Becomes
s. Maurice Frooman
the presence of the immedi-
| families. Miss Sally Golden,
ghter of Mrs. A. Golden, 734
higan Avc., Miami Beach, be-
the bride of Maurice
bman of Chicago. Rabbi Simon
tl officiated at the ceremony,
bh took place in his study on
lch 24.
!c K?!!" k the>"9hh?hts the Beth David minstrel show, which
hatS* t\U9^ b.-Ck by fpuUr demand- the old fhToned
AH?rf .Pn^JC,,0n oUmb6r Pictured above- The sketch features
Ada Glasser and Margje Rosen. Bathing beauties are (1. to r.) Florence
!SlS2!rJfefe PAd" GlaSSer' Mo11* Fleischman GUv"
Sussman, Rose Schreidell Eva Merlin. Gussie Liss and Margie Rosen.
Ai ir f*e ,nrmanCe.ithe .min8trel ^ow is slated for Sunday.
April 16, at 8:30 p.m. at the Miami Beach High School Auditorium.
Presented twice during the parly part of March, the laugh show is
being brought back by popular demand.
The production is under the direction of Libby Fisher and Eddie
Safer. Musical arrangements are by Mrs. Phil Abrams, chorus
direction by Leon Shiff andd daace direction by Shirley Seligson.
Mrs. Max Bergman is chairman of ticket sales and reservations
may be made by calling 3-5837.
Judith Feinberg To
Become June Bride
KITTY DAVIS
2
vn the world over as "First
of the Night Club World,"
J I get thousands of tourists
|y club every year and the
agency whose name I hear
liored most often by them is
of FARR TOURS. And it is
iswith a compliment at-
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Tema Adele Mankes
Tema Adele Mankes
Plans June Wedding
A June wedding is being
planned by Miss Tema Adele
Mankes, whose betrothal to Stan-
ley Kaufman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Kaufman, Brooklyn, N. Y.,
and Redding, Conn., has been
announced by her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Herman Mankes, 1446
Lenox Ave., Miami Beach.
Miss Mankes, who is continuing
her musical education at the
Helen Norfleet School, attended
the University of Chicago and
was graduated from New York
University.
Her fiance, a graduate of Co-
lumbia University Law School,
was a captain in the army during
the war.
Three Candidates For
May Queen Announced
Three candidates for May
Queen to be chosen at the Flagler-
Granada Jewish Community Cen-
ter on May 7 at the Shore Club
Hotel have been announced by
Mrs. Ben Clein, dance chairman.
They are Dolly Levitch Harris,
representing Delta Phi Epsilon;
Sunshine Axlrod, Miami Beach
Masada; Joan Morris, Coral
Gables Jewish War Veterans.
The winner will receive a silver
loving cup, a free weekend at
the Shore Club Hotel and
numerous other gifts.
Sholem Women To Meet
A meeting of B'nai B'rith
Women of Sholem Lodge, will be
held Tuesday, April 11, at 1 p.m.
at the home of Mrs. Harry
Gordon, 2201 South Miami Ave.
Nominations and elections will be
held. A dessert card party will j
follow the short business meeting. ]
Judith D. Feinberg
Planning a June wedding is
Miss Judith Diane Feinberg,
whose betrothal to Jack Harry
Hopkins has been announced by
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert
L. Feinberg, 1945 N.W. 1st Terr.
The bride-elect attended Flor-
ida State University and was
graduated from the University of
Miami, where she was a member
of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority.
She is on the teaching staff of
Hialeah Elementary School.
Mr. Hopkins, son of Sidney
Hopkins and the late Mrs. Hop-
kins, Petersburg, Va., is a grad-
uate of the University of Virginia.
He served as a captain in the
army for four years and is presi-
dent of the Petersburg B'nai
B'rith, a member of the Shrine
and the Elks.
Senator PEPPER
needs your support.
In a democracy every citizen should assist to his fullest
capacity in the election of his candidate. Our Senator's
message must reach the electorate. Since he cannot talk
face to face with every voter, he must reach them through
letters, through radio, through the press. These legitimate
expenses are unavoidable. Senator Pepper has no big
financial interests to supply him with slush funds. He must
therefore go to his friends, the little people, for help.
We appeal to you for a contribution. Send us whatever
sum you can afford. Please draw your check to the Pepper
Campaign Fond and mail it to one of the following:
Pepper Fi nance Committee '
Max Orovitz, 7200 N. W. 7th Avenue, Miami, Fla.
Burnett Roth. 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla.
Harry Simonhofi, 5925 North Bayshore Drive, Miami, Fla.
Harold Turk, 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla.
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A meeting of the Greater Miami
Alumni of Tau Epsilon Phi
fraternity will be held Monday,
April 10, at 8 p.m. at the home
of I. L. Mintzer, 510 Lakeview
Drive.
Sidney S. Suntag, national ex-
ecutive secretary, will be present.
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*Jeistncridian
raiDA Y.APRil,:
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
Temple Emanu-El (Reform).
1801 S. Andrew* Are- Fort Laud-
erdale. Dr. Marius Ranson, Rabbi.
Rat*: Raneon will conduct tht-
Fviilay. Thr
theme will be "The Sone of -
Hebrew achool til the temple Saturday
at t' a.m. RelUrloui -!."' Bunflay
at I H
Temple i*rae: (Heform). 13?
N.E. 19th S. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan.
Rabbi Emeritus.
Friday evening services at 8:15.
Mrs. Monte Selig will recite the hless-
:iiK over the candles. Dr. Kaiilan Will
preach on "Have Vou No Questions?"
Saturday nv.rninp ervi.--s at 11 a.m.
rairrr Memorial Service. Dr. Kaplan
will speak on "My Strength, My Song
and My Salvation."
Jewish Community Center
(Conservative). 2020 Polk St.,
Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig:
Enrly Friday services at l:W. Late
Fridav services at S:16. Rabbi Hosif
will sneak on "Man's Self Enslave-
ment. Saturday morning services at
S:30. Sunday morning service* at 9:30;
Vlzkor at 10:30 a.m. Rabbi Honur will
preach at all Festival mornrng
services.
Tempi* Betn Snoiom (Liberal).
4144 Chase Ave- Miami Beach.
Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor
Samuel Kelemer.
Fridav evening services at 8:15
Kroi ill n "Awake!
I Life is :n banter." Tlakoi
Batui at 10:45 a.m.
Miami Hebrew School and Con
gregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W.
12ih Ave. Rabbi Simon April '
Cantor Berele Kelemer.
p lervlces -: 6:15.
Saturds: ins l v Ral bl Ajm II
- .. : :- >:. :.- rd and
i vy." Ol MU eha al I 15
followi Sui lay moment
service at S a.m. Ylskor a: l"l".
M cha at ; ::. I '. I -
7 Id .m a'
I n : :"
Congregat-cn Beth David (Con-
servative). Coral Way and 26th
Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev.
Maurice Mamches.
Services Fridaj -. nfng at -undown
at new synagogue Services Saturday
Sunday mornlngi at i*. 71a
Sunday at 1" a.m. Thf r;.t.bi will
speak on "When Death Comes Altar
flowers will be presented by Mrs.
Sadye G. Rose in memory of her
parents, Mr and Mrs Louis QoMatefo.
Student congregation in vestry room
Saturday and Sunday mornings at
'.'10 under direction of Jerome B
Gordon and Louis Oadon. Daily serv-
iceswat I a in and Mir., ha and Maariv
at t p.m Hebrew classes dally be-
tween 3:30 and t:3v.
N. W. Religious Congregation.
3681 N. W. 2nd St.
Services Saturday morning at :(">
/clock.
Congregation Kneaeth Israel
(Traditional). 1415 Euclid Ave..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H.
Ever.
Mlncha Friday 8:18 Maariv 6:3"
p.m. Saturday morning wt
Rabbi Ever will r*nk on "The
of Rich and Poor in Religion." Mincha
.a 8:M p.m. and Maariv at p.m.
Saturday morning seivice at S:30 a.m.
Yiskor at 10:30 a.m. Rabbi will sjeak
on "Why r>" We Memorallse on the
l-ast Dav of Our Holidays"" Mincha
at 8:8* p'm : Maariv at 7 p m Hebrew
school will commence April 10 at
p.m.
Congregation toung Israel (Or-
thodox). 4001 Chase Ave_ Miami
Beach.
Service Friday night at 6: Saturday
at a.m. Mincha at 6 fi.m. Services
Sundav at 9 am : Yisoor at 10:30.
Kvening services at 6:30. Services
Monday to Thursday < a.m. and 6:3"
p. an.
T'Fereth Israel Congregation of
Miami (Orthodox). 4316 N.W. 7th
Avenue.
Friday evening services at 6:13 p.m.:
Saturday I .'SO a.m. with Mincha at
t! Sunday morning services at 9:30
with Viscor at 10:30. Rev. R. Brill will
conduct the services. All residents In
that area are invited to attend
Coral Gables Jewish Center
(Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop;
Cantor Joseph W. Malek: Steve
Kessler. organist. Palermo Ave.
near Le Jeune.
Services Friday evening at 8:15. '
Rabbi Skor win speak Oreal
Songs of the Hebrew Sou:." Services
!> including Torah service, I
Kiddush and Interpretation of the !
Bible Portion. No religion- -
Sunday. Tlskor Sunday following I
services at 9:15 dufing which the rabbi |
will speak on "The isift of Memory-"
Kiddush to follow in the patio.
Congregation Beth Jacob (Or-
hodox). 301-311 Washington Ave..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloffc
Friday evenine -services at 6:15.!
Saturday evening at 6:13. Satur-
day and Sunday mornings at 8:30.
Rabbi Mes.-heloff's topic Saturday
morning will be "Mas- Extinction."'
Tlzkor Sunday at 10:30 a.m. Rabbi I
will speak on "Mass Survival."-Dally I
religious school will resume Monday
a: 3130.
Miami Beach Jewish uramun-
itj Center (Conservative), 1701 I
Washington Ave.. Miami Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor'
Jacob T. Coloring.
KTIday evening service at 6:30; Kat- }
urday and Sunday mornings at 9
am Evening services lU 6:3". 1 Iscor
Sunday at l:M a m. ttbbl Lehrman
will preach at all morning services
and Cantor Gold ring will chant
Temple Isaiah (Reform). 1536
Bay Road. Miami Beach. Rabbi
Mofhay P. Mann. I
Fridav evening services at |
conducted by Rabbi Moshay P Mann |
with Dr. raul Beck as cantor. ***n
tpic will be "Immortality/ Special
Vlzkor services on Saturday. The j
rabbi win speak on "if the Dead
Could Speak." *^_.i.
Coogre'-anon Beth El (Ortho-
dox). 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi,
Murray Grauer.
Fridav evening services at 6:16 p.m.
SaturdaV morning services at t 30 i
Rabbi tlrauer will preach on Israel
Will Sing." Mincha at 6:30. Services .
Sunday at 8:30 a.m. The rabbi will
preach on "A Song to Remember.
Dallv services 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. ,
Religious school dally at 3.30.
Congregation both Tillah (Or- f
thodox). 935 Euclid Are- Miami I
Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Hack-j
oTkT- [
Fridav evening services at 6:1a: r
Saturday morning at >:30. Rabbi s |
topic will be "Approach of Redemp- j
tion." Mincha at 7 followed by J
Maariv. {."unday morning services at I
:30. The rabbi's sermon will be on-*
"Our Ancestors." Viskor at 10:30 a.m. I
Hebrew Academy. 918 6th St..
Miami Beach.
Mailv Bible class 3:15 p.m. Dally
servloea at 7:30 a.m. and 6:15 p.m.
Sunday at a.m.
Northside Jewish Center.
Douglas Gardens, N.E. 2nd Ave.
and 53rd St.
Sabbath services Friday at 8:30 p.m.
Ylscor Sunday S a.m. Sunday school I
classes everv Sunday at the office of
Dr Win. Bores. 655 N.W. 62nd St
Hebrew classes under direction of Rev. J
Philip Fried at 6701 N.W. 4th Ave. on
Mondays and Thursday from 1 to {
6 p.m.
North Dade Jewish Center
(Conservative). 13830 W. Dixie
Highway. North Miami.
Friday evening services at 8:15.
Saturday morning services at 10: Sun-
day services at 1" with Ylskor at
'.1 a m.
First Jewish Congregation of
Coral Gables. 2410 Ponce da Leon
Blvd. (Conservsiive).
Friday evening services at 8:80.
Dr. Abraham Lansen will officiate.
An Oneg Shabbat will be served by the
Sisterhood. Members and friends are
invited to attend.
Flagler-Granada Jewish Can-
ter. 175 S.W. 45th Ave.
Saturday services at 9 a.m.
Israelite Center (Conservative)
3198 S.W. 24th Terr.
Friday night services at 6: Saturday
morning at 9. Daily services at 8
a.m.
North Shore Jewish Center
(Conservative), 7110 Bay Drive.
Miami Beach (Aits Chaim Con-
gregation). Rev. Philip Fried.
Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m.
The rabbi will speak.
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notwithstanding the fact that the owners did sell their Chometz
before the Holidays, is not Kosher and is absolutely forb'dden to
any observant Jew even after Passover.
4. Absolutely no Chometz products should be purchased in a
Jewish Store in the immediate period after Passover unless one is
sure that the owner sold his Chometz before Passover and did not
buy any new Chometz during the Holidays.
5. Bread, CaVe and other baked goods mav be obtained in the
immediate period after Passover only from Bakeries which were
closed during Passover and only if they sold their Chometz in accord-
ance with the Jewish Laws and requirements.
6. Particular care should be taken with regard to unscrupulous
non-kosher hotels and restaurants which feature "Passover Meals"
during the Holidays.
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E. Rackovsky. director of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth 818
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*Jewislirkwirlir
n>er Women
lold Party
kpr Women Club No. One
ni Beach will hold a Pass-
celebration and farewell
L Sunday, April 9 at 8
Kneseth Israel Congrega-
Il5 Euclide Ave., according
I announcement by Mrs.
It Seitlin, president.
leca Wall, national chair-
fyouth and education, will
Lt speaker.
targe of arrangements for
Eiing is Mrs. Jennie Kranz.
he her are the Mesdames
GoldbciK, P. Kunin, Esther
, Minnie Bauer, Esther
[B Pukula. Dora Wilensky,
Broides, Sally Hurwitz.
Meeting Place
(Congregation and Sister-
\l the Northside Jewish
will meet at Douglas
is, N.E. 2nd Ave., between
Lid 53rd Sts. The general
By will take place the first
evening of the month,
She women will meet on
|rth Monday.
ng the teatures of the 66th
meeting of HIAS, held
y in Hotel Astor, New
ias reunion between two
companions in the war
fcrime. On the same plat-
vith Governor Thomas E.
, of New York, was Murray
tin, who had been a valued
{ of Governor Dewey's
liring the rackets prosecu-
fcen the governor was dis-
Sttorney of New York
Mr. Gurfein is now a
Resident of HIAS. It was
[ling to all who are con-
with Jewish welfare to
oth these powerful voices
| in support of the mission
. among the homeless and
ed Jews of the world.
Hadassah Group to Meet
The Business and Professional
Group of the Miami Beach
,Hadassah will meet at the Miami
Beach Y on Monday, April 10,
at 8:30 p.m., according to Lillian
Goodman, president.
Guest speakers will be Paul
Giller, former Miami resident now
living in Israel, and Capt. Orri
Gunsberg, member of the Israeli
army. Giller is an engineer work-
ing with .the Israeli government.
PAGE ELEVEN
1
Cantor To Box
Scholes Monday
Abdullah Boycotts
Arab League Meet.
LONDON, (JTA)King Ab-
dullah of Transjordan announced
that he is boycotting the current
session of the Arab League which
strated its meetings recently in
Cairo.
A report from Cairo says that
the Transjordan Minister to Egypt
informed the Arab League Coun-
cil that his ruler decided not to
participate in the present session
because of the violent campaign
which the Egyptian press is con-
ducting against Tarnsjordan over
reports that King Abdullah is
negotiating a secret agreement
with Israel.
The Transjordan representative
also said that his King disap-
proves of Egypt's proposal to in-
vite the ex-Mufti of Jerusalem's
"all-Palestine government" in
Gaza to send representatives to
the Cairo meeting. Upon receiv-
ing this information, the Political
Committee of the Arab League
held a two-hour meeting to dis-
cuss Transjordan's boycott, the
Cairo report said .
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from the University of Miami in
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For 25 years the name
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IN" THK riRCCIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTT,
FIJ3RIDA. IN CHANCERY, No
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HARRY I'NOER, Plaintiff, vs.
SADIE I'NGER defendant.
TO SADIE L'NGER, U-f-ndant
it) Brooklyn Avenue
oklyn New Tork
TOl' ARE HEREBT NOTIFIED
that a nuit for divorce b is been
against you by HAKHV
L'NGER, and you are required to
.. SI your written defenses.
| if any. on the Plaintiff*! Attorney,
I and file the original In the office of
h- Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 1> HEREBI GIVEN that before' thVbi/'dav 'of'"Aprir'lSio; In
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HARVEY BBENNER
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I>at-d this 2<> dav of March, 1 *r^<
K I! LBATHBRMAN,
I'lerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
Bjr H. H RICE. JR..
Iieimty Clerk.
GEORGE J. TALIANwFF
IN Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
At tome) f..r Plaintiff
S 21-31 4 7-14
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THK CIRCUIT COURT OF THK I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT or TRI
KI.KVKNTH JUDICIAL ;i R.rrvr. ELEVENTH J IIS MA CtRCUITOF
IN AMi l-i.l*. DADE COUNTT, FI.ORIDA IN Wli Fun mnp
ll'.v IN CHANCERT. No! CWrrrrT IN CANCERY^N*
VIVIAN POLLOCK WILLIAMS
Plaintiff, v-. ul.lVFnt WENDELL
WILLIAMS, .Defendant.
T'r OLIVER WENDELL WILLIAMS,
Bdgewood A\enue,
Trenton, New Jerse
Yi.r ARE HBREBT REQUIRED to
serve s copy of your Answer to th.-
Bill of Complunt in the above cause
Tor Divorce, on .the plaintiffs at-
torneys, and file the original In the
office of the f'lcrk'of the Circuit Court.
on or l>ef.>re May ".th. I>.*.'i. otherwiae
m\ii Bill of Complaint will be taken
an confessed by you.
Dated this 4th day of April, lsln.
E B I.EATHERMAN.
C|erk of >h- Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM W STOCKING.
..__ Denuty Clerk.
UTERK HEIMAN a KAPLAN.
.Solicitors for Plaintiff
S0 Seybold Building,
Miami 32, Floxida.
4/7-14-21-28
KAY BERGER, Plaintiff, vs.
ISIDOR BEROER, Defendant.
To: ISIDOR BERGER
MM West 21th Street
Coney Island
Brooklyn. New Tort
You are hereby ordered and re-
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th.- Circuit Curt on or before the
14th day of April. 1S.-.0, otherwise the
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IN THK CIRCUIT CURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR DA0E COUNTT,
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In Re:
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gw ; dvsiilng to enn;it.- In
ss under the fictitious name of
Coronet Hoti Collins Avenue.
Miami Beach, intends to register said
uith the Clerk Of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
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B) MARK STLVBRSTEIX
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NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersign.-d. desirins to encage in
buatneas under the fictitious name of
Nattar PuitUin at 1225 N. E lad
Miami Florida, intend to
I s.iid name with the Clerk "f
:he Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
BVELTN 8 AXLROD
LIBRE AXLROD
LEO AXI.Ri.D
LIEBMAN AND ROSEN
Attorneys for Applicants
i 7-14-SI

NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that
ih" undersigned, desiring t" srssaye in
business under the fictitious name of
TAMIAMI HOTEL St IM West
Street. Miami, intend to regis-
ame with the Clerk of the
Courl of Dade Cuntv. Florida.
ELLIS SCHLITZ
HERMAN SCHUI.MAN
Partaera
HARRY DIETZ
Attornej f..r applicant
3 31 4 7-1 l-.l
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, d.snini: to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Standard Rebuiluers at ttOI N.w. ith
Avenue, Miami. Florida, intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade dainty.
Florida.
ROBERT GOREs>
JOE TEPPER
317-24-31 4/7-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY' GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ,.f
AJSS Optical Manufacturing Company
(Not Inc.) at 3421-5423 N.W. 2nd
Avenue. Miami. Florida, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
HARRY a STEIN
ELRY STONE
Attorney for Harry S. Stein
3 24-31 4/7-14
NOTICE BY PUBUCfcTlON
IN THE C!:. TIT i'oYKT 0I
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL aw
IN AN i'A'.'F. < OUK
FLORIDA IX .-HANTOnVI
1SISS5.
MARY .' >M i Plaintiff, vt
FRANK MBLO. i*(^tUSVj
TO: FRANK COMBLO,
122 w. Bneti
Msmsroiw New York.
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of Comi divoreekall
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COl'RT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND Ilili DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERT, No.
131174.
JAMES D. BLACK. Plaintiff, vs.
BF.UI.AH BI.ACK, Defendant.
You. BEULAH BLACK. General De-
livery": Qglethorpe. Georgia, are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Answer
to the Bill of Complaint on the plain-
tiff's attorney, and file the original
In the ,,fflce of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court en or before the 14th
day of April 1950.
Dated this 16th day of March. 1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING.
_. Deputy Clerk.
DeCOSTAS. MAER AND FLOTD
Attorneys for Plaintiff
Biscayne Building,
Miami J2, Florida
3/24-31 4/7-14
To All Credit"
In? CUilms
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You. and -.
notified and j
claims and den
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estate of RC ^
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office In I g.3
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calendar ;.fl^dl
first publicat : :'ie'?!'"^
demands to -'' "lh''JTH
of the claim..... a" ^,
and presented will be barrel >eo se"
19S3 Probate Ac. ^
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Estate of RDRfJo "
ceased.__ isKf I
KAPLAN. r.">V,(vVKK
JOSEPH W MALBK
Attorneys
350 Lincoln RoaO.
Miami Beach, r.-i.
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IY, APRIL 7, 1950
* Jewish fkrUtam
Nominated For
ten's Awards
, nominations for the Out-
L Man and Woman of 1949
ie,.n received by the awards
Ittcf it has been announced
Urman Louis Snetman.
Malvina Weiss, principal
Luth Beach Elementary
J was nominated for her
Iiship of interfaith relations
I community- Tne Miami
L Labor Union nominated
In Imand for his efforts as
lan of the union's blood
bommitlcc.
e than 200 civic organiza-
,,,, co-operating in the third
[contest to honor a man and
in Dade County. The
program was originated
blcm Lodge, B'nai B'rith, in
v blanks may be secured at
,h's Camera Shop. 60 West
t St and at the offices of
Loci jr. B'nai B'rith, 330
Id Building.
filiations for candidates for
Itstanding Man and Woman
E yi ir may be made by
b] letti ; if desired, listing
ivic achievements" of the
fates during 1949. All letters
nination .should be mailed
Itsti Citizen Awards,"
Ivbolrl Building.
irnick To Head Lodge
Illation Committee
appointment of Harry
nick as chairman of the in-
|ion committee of Miami
Lodge. B'nai B'rith, has
announced by President
ey K. Newman.
allation banquet ceremonies
been sel for Sunday, May 7,
Saxony Hotel, at which
nationally known speaker
the guest of honor.
bring with Zukernick on the
lements committee will be
Sold, Saul Genet, Jules P.
ling and Herbert L. Markow.
I Help in a Hurry?Call
FMflYMEMT SERVICE
Vtiita and Colored Holp
| Phonal 9-5S17 -C727
51 N. E. 5th Street
|L MEIDENBERO, Owmr
LADY
WITH AMBITION
xperience Unnecessary,
pricing Partner in Intriguino
I Hare Opportunity with
Future in Employment and
Td Business. Small Invest-
Phono 2-7619.
200 Listed In
Hotel Honor Roll
(Continued from Page 1)
Jack August, Bancroft Hotel Mrs
M. Baskln, Hay Koad Hotel, Beach
lin^i "n'1, ,K'a< v,l,w Apartment
Motel, Beacon Hotel, Ball Hotel,
^elvedere Hotel. Berkley Sltore Hotel
BlllOWa Hotel. Hreakerx Hotel, Break-
water Hotel, Cadet Hotel, Cambridge
hotel. Campion Hotel, Cai-doaa Hotel
Caribbean Hotel, Carl ton Hotel'
Curlyle Hotel, Catallna Hotel, Cavalier
Hotel, Century Hotel, L'laremont Hotel
ciandRe Hotel, Cleveland Hotel, Clyde
Hotel. CoIIIiib l'ark Hotel, Congress
Hotel. Coral Way Hotel, Corsair Hotel
Cortley Hotel, Cromwell Hotel, I'n.v-
don Arms Hotel, Joseph Dallett, Davis
Hotel, Mela no Hotel, Delmoitlco Mote]
Detroit Hotel, Dbrehester Hotel,
Dorset Hotel, Drake Hotel, Max
Dreyer, Edison Hotel, Edwards Hotel.
Nat Bhrllck, Kmliassy Motel. Empire
Hotel, Essex House, Kvans Governor
Hotel, Flamingo Plaza Hotel, Fleet-
wood Hotel. Morris Ko.\, Franklin
tioti-l. (iussie and Sam Fi-ii-tlnmn, Max
Uanzman, Joseph H. Gardner. C.arfleld
Hotel, Georgian Hotel, Qer Hotel, I!
Glttelman, Glades Hotel, Gotham
Hotel. Granada Hotel, Grand Plaia
Hotel, preenbrier Hotel, Qreenvlew
Hotel. GrossiiiRer-l'atH oast Hotel,
ll.Kldon Hall, Halcyon Hotel. Hairlson
Hotel. Helen Mar Hotel, Indian Creek
Hotel, International Hotel Jefferson'
Hotel, Fred Jonas, Mr. and Mrs. Harry i
Kanter. Kin.. Cole Hoi. I, Kingston I
iiot.i. Knickerbocker Hotel, Ben Kohl.
Harry Kohn, Morrli Krlegel Samuel '
Kulok, itaiph Lacbman, Lafayette
Hotel, l^eamlnRton Hotel, l.ainar
Hotel, Leonard Hotel. Leslie Hotel, i
Irving Levy, Liberty Anns Hotel, Lido I
Hotel, Lincoln Road Hotel. Umdim j
Arms Hotel, Lord ISalfoui Hotel, Lord '
Tarleton Hotel, UcAlpIn Holel, Madrid
Hotel. Majestic Hotel, Marshall Hotel,
M.'irtinliiue Hotel, Matanzas Hotel.
Maxlne Hotel, Mayflower Hotel. Miami
Colonial Hotel, Mickey Michaels.
Miljean Hotel, Mol-Har Apartment
Hotel. Monroe Towers Hotel, Monte
Carlo Hotel J. B. Moss, Wolf Miiller,
National Hotel, N'eron Hotel, New
Yorker Hotel, Normandie Hotel, Ocean
Bine Hotel, Ocean Haven Hotel; Ocean
Mansion Holel Olympic Hold. Palm
Terrace Hotel, Paramount Hotel, Park
Central Hotel, Patrician Hotel, Muriel
Hlrsch Pick, Joseph H. Pinack. Pio-
neer Hotel, Plaza Hotel. Poinclana
Hotel, Pontiac Hotel. President Hotel,
President Madison Hotel, Prince
GeotRe Hotel, Promenade Hotel,
HalelKh Hotel, Joseph liamliam. Mi-
chael Ratner, Rejo Hotel, Revlln Hotel.
Richmond Holel, Rio Hotel, Samuel
Hitler, Robert Clay Hotel, Roberta
Hotel, Roney Plaza Hotel, Charles
and Lillian Rosensarten. Royal Hotel,
Royal Palm Hotel, lioyalton Hotel.
Also, St. George Hotel, St. Moritz
Hotel. Sagamore Hotel, Savoy Plaza
Hotel, Saxony Hotel, Seacomber Hotel,
J. M. Seldenberg, Seymour Hotel,
Shelborne Hotel, Sherman Hotel-Apts..
Sherry Hotel, Shore Club Hotel, Shore
Crest Hotel Shoreham-Norman Hotel,
Shore l'ark Hotel, Silver Palm AptS.,
Mrs. Frances Sllverman. Slmone Hotel.
Harry Sirkln. Sorrento Hotel, South
Seas Hotel, Sovereign Hotel, Morton
Stein, Strath Haven Hotel Stratos-
phere Apt.-Hotel, Sun Hotel, Surfslde
Hotel, Tamlami Hotel. Tides Hotel.
Tiffany Hotel, Triton Hotel. Ben
Turchin. Tyler Hotel, Vanderbllt
Hotel, Versailles Hotel, Victor Hotel,
Harry Wagner, Waldorf Towers Hotel,
Waves Hotel, Webster Hotel White
House Hotel and Whitelaw Hotel.
PAGE THIRTEEN
PTA Board To Meet
The Beth El PTA will hold a
special board meeting on Thurs-
day, April 6, at 8:30 p.m., to com-
plete arrangements for the annual
spring dance to be given Sunday,
April 16.
Danny Lapin and his orchestra
will provide the music, according
to Mrs. Seymour Polin, chairman
of the dance.
Interview Scheduled
Mrs. Marie Volpe will interview
Henry Gregor, composer-pianist,
on Saturday, April 8, at 6:15 p.m.
over station WKAT. Gregor is
arranging a program of chamber
music for Monday evening. April
10, at Beaumont Memorial Lec-
ture Hall on the main campus of
the University of Miami.
Obituaries
LOUIS SHNAYERSON
78. of 1043 N'.W. ,-,th St.. passed
away this week. Survivors include two
sons, Dr. Ned Shnayersoi, and Robert
Shnayerson. The remains wei > >,nt
by the Miami Riverside, West Flagier
St., to Peterson, N. J., for services
and Interment.
FRED BRANDMAN
Of 2T1 s.w. noth Road patted sw'as
this week. Service* were held Mondav
at the Miami Riverside, West Flagier
St., with interment following In Ml
Nebo Cemetery. Mr. Ilrandman is
survived by his iwlfe, Jane; jfils
sisters, Mrs. Jean Raab, Miami Beach
and Mrs. Rae Blehl, New York; also
a brother, Morris, of Philadelphia.
JACK DRASNER
33. of 27:::. B.W. list Bt., passei
away this week. Survivors include his
wife Anne; a daughter, Michele; his
parents Herman and Eva; his brothel
Harold; and a lister, Mrs. Diana
conn. Services were held Monday at
the Miami Riverside, West Flagier
St.. with interment in Mt. .Who
Cemetery.
lasi Coast Fisheries, Inc.
West Flagier StreetAt the Bridge
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ppecializing in" Steaks Chops Chicken Italian Dishes
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"II 5-3444 for the
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HettlDA'S 1ARGEST
EXTERMINATING CO
Hade Schools To
Present Pageant
Friday evening. April 14, the
Dade County public schools will
present a pageant in the Orange
Bowl based on the history of
education in Florida. The event
is a project sponsored by the
Florida Education Association
which will hold its convention in
Miami April 13, 14 and 15. The
pageant will present the com-
bined efforts of 10,000 elementary
and secondary students.
"Florida Schools Under Five
Flags" will begin by depicting
the type of education among the
earliest Indians in Florida and
will move on to the time of the
Conquistadores, the Spanish
troops, who brought along the
missionaries. After the Spanish
troops in historical order will
come the French, who invaded
Florida and their influence on
education. Music. Indian chants
and dances will be featured'
throughout the production.
The pioneer era will follow
which will show our "native" be- j
ginnings with the coming to Mi-
ami of the circuit riders and,
homesteaders from other areas.
As the Miami epoch unfolds, pio-
neers in the audience will view!
many familiar scenes. The de-
velopment of Florida will be
shown and how other countries
have influenced our growth.
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Jewish Education
Dinner Planned
Greater Miami will observe
Jewish Education Year, the
forieth anniversary of the Bureau
of Jewish Education in New York ,
City, with a dinner on Sunday.
April 23. at the Delmonico Hotel.j
under the auspices of the local
Bantu of Jewish Education. Dr.
Joachim Prinz, a leader in the
fight for Jewish rights in Ger-,
many and America and well-
known orator, will come from
Newark. N. J.. to deliver the.
featured address.
Tickets for the dinner are avail-
able at the office of the bureau, j
318 Congress Bldg.. phone 3-5&S8.
Betrothal Announced
The betrothal of Miss Annette
Barbara Janis :o Nathan Ratner
has been announced by her
parents. Mr and Mrs. Robert
Carney. M:am; Beach. Mr. Ratner
is the son of Mrs. Matilda Ratner.
Miami Beach, and the late
Charles Ratner. Miami and Cleve-
land. O
The prospective bridegroom, an
air force veteran, is a graduate of
Miami Beach High School and
attended the University of Cali-
fornia at Los Angeles and Cornell
University. He is now managing
director of the Hotel Cleverander.
where Miss Janis has been em-
ployed as office manager. She
attended Hunter College.
Goodman Candidate For
Executive Committeeman
Murray Goodman, local at-
tornev. has announced his candi-
,dacv. for Dade County Democratic
executive committeeman. Precinct
25. Miami Beach.
A resident of Miami Beach for
ten vears, Goodman attended the
Universities of Miami and Flor-
ida, as well as Columbia Uni-
versity. While attending the
latter, he served as chancellor of
Alpha Chapter of Tau Epsilon
Phi fraternity.
The young candidate enlisted in
the Navy and served on active
duty for three years. At present
I he is practicing law in associa-
' tion with Norman R. Lyons.
Married and the father of a two
year old son. Goodman is secre-
tary of the Jewish National Fund
Council of Greater Miami and
secretary of the Miami Beach
Zionist District. He is a member
of the Miami Beach and Florida
State Bar Associations.
Table Tennis Tourney
Fourth annual Greater Miami
open table tennis tournament will
be held Sunday, April 30. at
Freedom House. 1558 Alton Road.
Miami Beach. Competition in
men's singles and doubles will get
underway at 10 a.m. Trophies and
medals will be awarded in each
division.
The tournament will have the
official sanction of the United
States Table Tennis Association
and players will receive city and
state rank;.-.?;.
Deadline for entries is midnight
Apr:! 28 and entry blanks may be
obtained a*. Turner's Sport Shop.
Freedom House or bv calling
83-:597.
Kovner Heads
II i I It-1 < oiin.il
Walter Kover was re-elected
president of the Hillel advisory
council at a recent meeting of the
group. Mrs. Sadye Rose was also
re-elected secretary of the council.
Others named to office were
Max Holtsberg. vice president,
and Herbert Blume. treasurer.
Over 150 University of Miami
students participated in the Seder
given at the Hillel House on Sat-
urday night, according to Dr.
Donald Michelson, foundation di-
rector.
The advisory council recently
acquired a deed for a site on the
University of Miami main campus
and plans are now being formu-
lated for the construction of a
new Hillel House.
Rabbi Joseph E. Raskovsky
tit afichiaaa Am*
MbatT Beach
inm
SHOUISON'S
,Ntotao(
DR. AOOLPH
BONNER
(M. O.)
Administrator
Home for
ElOen,
Special Diet
Car*
Per Wak
Only Kochar
Convalescent
Horn* In
Greater Miami
CALL S3-406O
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Phone 58-3579
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Products, under the supervision of
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toHk the finest and freshest meat, under
the strictest Kashruth supervision.
Under U. S. Government Supervision
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Games Parties Slated
..--.- Emma Lazarus Chapt
B'.na; B'rith will sponsor a
: gvnt parl Lord
Tarle::n Hotel ,n April 12. 19
and 26 according to Edyth
:.
Working with Miss Flei
I in i Pi v M nna Lit-
man. Pearl Sp.-.zer and Ger:e
Hirscl field.
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APRIL 11
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Daily Double 1st & 2nd
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VY, APRIL 7. 1950
*. **;#> flmrBHIfrHn
tier Cited For
iai B'ritli Work
fcertifitate for meritorious
Ivemcnt as president of Trop-
I Lodge. B'nai B'rith, was
Led to A. Budd Cutler by
Estrict Grand Lodge of B'nai
[ it has been announced by
[jacobson, executive director
\ B'nai B'rith Council.
Ber has been active in B'nai
, youth work for some time
ivas responsible for the or-
ition 01 the Tropical Lodge
[a B'nai B'rith Young Men's
is a graduate of the Uni-
jy of Miami Law School and
jjsently associated with the
Irm of Turk and Newman,
lincoln Road, Miami Beach.
loavne Track
pens April 11
back to Biscayne for the
ling greyhounds when the
tide oval opens up April II
[run of 45 nights. This will
|ete the track's quota for the
i and bring to a close June 1
ort of greyhound racing in
(Miami area until next
jiber.
eral outstanding events are
schedule for this meeting
fthe All Florida Champion-
heading the list. It is ex-
that 32 greyhounds will
[tered for this attraction and
rough a course of elimina-
land semi-finals until eight
tors of these tests go to the
fcn April 29.
championship is open to all
(la greyhounds that are ap-
by Presiding Judge Wil-
loore. An entry fee of $100
assessed for each entrant
the track will match with
amount so that a full list
nake a total of $6,400.
ninations will start April 24
kind up the following night.
[final will be run April 27
Jed by the big event on
129. There will be a consola-
fchampionship for the octet
kras eliminated in the ser/ii-
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"abbi Morri. A. Skop. chaplain at Pratt Veterans Administra-
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A slate of new officers for Dade
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at the meeting to be held on
Wednesday, April 12, at the
Vanderbilt Hotel, at 1:30 p.m.,
according to Mrs. Gertrude Lachs,
president. The nominating com-
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Beach Juniors T6 Meet
The Miami Beach unit of Junior
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April 6, at 8 p.m. at the Vander-
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Highlight of the meeting will
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