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The Jewish Floridian ( April 14, 1950 )

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fewii^ltUEIliDiPiidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY )LUME 23—NUMBER 15 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1950 PRICE: TEN CENTS \e Passes Iberal DP Bill ^SHINGTON, (JTA)—Jewish taos |, e re this week expressed ., with the liberalized p ( rsons bill which the ,, d by a vote of 58 to |, ,, ating all important mpts to retain provisions of law which have been eritic. trictive and discrimnakl new ones. Wish leaden believe that the I as now passed by the Senate, lie best possible DP legislation |er the circumstances. The sent DP immigration law was demned by President Truman discriminatory to Jews and (holies. Passage of this liberalId bill is considered here a toiy tor the Truman administion. It is taken for granted Senate version of the bill 1 be accepted without change the House. |The new measure, named for ator Harley M. Kilgore, Demo.t, of West Virginia and patned closely after a bill passed the House last year, provides se major changes in the exist„ DP law. 1. Extends the DP program for ,e year beyond Hie present exration date, June 30, and raises numbtr of displaced persons be admitted under the program 344.000. including 20,000 DP phans. The House bill sets this ,ure at 339,000. '2. Opens the way for admission 54.744 additional ethnic Gertas expelled from Eastern trope, but provides they must cared for outside the DP 'Ogrum. 3. Eliminates the "quota" reactions under which 40 percent all displaced persons had to > f; :n Baltic countries and 30 rci ".' farmers. Those provisions Vi ise '.(i the charges that the law discriminated against 1 Catholics. i nces the cut-off date for ning the eligibility of disrsons from Dec. 22, 1945. Jai I, 1049. This change would refugees from Eastopean countries to be PiSSm? Leon Kaplan Named President Of Jewish Centers Association For Israeli Peace TEL AVIV, (JTA)—Claude de ] Boisaneer, head of the Palestine Conciliation Commission who arrived here last week with new proposals for peace negotiations between Israel and the Arab countries, was received this week by President Weizmann prior to his leaving for the Arab countries, it was announced here. The possibilities of the success of his mission are considered doubtful in the light of the fact that the Premiers of Iraq, Syria and Lebanon issued statements this week recommending that the Conciliation Commission be dissolved. These statements were issued by the Arab statesmen while de Boisanger was still in Israel. Israel government circles this week revealed that when de Boisanger called upon Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett last week to discuss his new peace plan, he was asked by Mr. Sharett whether he is certain that there is a desire for peace on the part of the Arab countries. To this the head of the Formation of a Jewish Centers Association of Greater Miami I Greater opportunities should be with Leon Kaplan, former president of the Miami Jewish developed for Jewish youth to Community Center, as its first head, was completed Monday at work together with all groups In a meeting held at the Miami Jewish Community Center. The Jewish Centers Association is now the central organization of and will coordinate the leisure 'ime and recreational programs, staffs and facilities of fourteen separate Jewish organizations now operating in Dade County Other officers chosen include Mrs. Milton Sirkin, Carl Weinkle and Leo Sheiner, vice presidents; Mrs. Ethel Machtey. secretary; S. A. Goodman, assistant secretary and William Kneapler, treasurei. Gus Jacobson, executive director of the Miami Beach YM & WHA, was named executive director of the new organization. He will formally take office on May 1. The new organization came into being following a survey of existing recreational facilities and the growing needs of the Jewish of the staff of the National Jewish Welfare Board, was in charge of the study. The survey recommended the centralization of the Jewish community's recreational and leithe Jewish and general community. Among the organizations which have accepted membership in tha Jewish Centers Association of Greater Miami are the following. Temple Beth Sholom. Miami Jewish Comunity Center. Miami sure time program on a countyBeach YM & WHA, Zionist Youth wide basis. It found that need for Commision B'nai B'nth Youth Conciliation Commission replied community conducted under the that he would be in a position to give a more complete answer after he returns to Israel from a visit to the Arab capitals. Semi-official circles here consider significant the fact that while the Premiers of Iraq, Syria and Lebanon rushed into print with statements urging the Commission to return to Lake Success rather than waste its time in this part of the world, no such statements were forthcoming from Egypt and Transjordan. The Arab Premiers' statements were seen here as a conrtdaiction of the assertion by a U.N. spokesman several days ago that the Conciliation Commission deadlock arose: from the fact that Israel insisted on direct peace negotiations with the Arab states while the latter, wanted the mediation of the Commission. auspices of the community planning committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Elias Picheny of New York, a member the expansion of the recreational program was greatest in the suburban areas. Other findings and recommendations were: On the teen-age level greater stress should be placed upon personal guidance programs, with special attention to such problems as sex education, attitudes toward family life, education and vocational activities. There is a need for more lounge facilities and gathering places for teen-agers, young adults and adults. Organization, Hialeah Miami Springs Jewish Community Center, North Dade Jewish Center, West Miami Jewish Center, Congregation Beth El, Miami Hebrew School and Congregation, FlaglerGranada Jewish Center. North Shore Jewish Center, the First Jewish Congregation of Corai Gables and the Bureau of Jewish Education. The Jewish Centers Association of Greater Miami has been accepted as a constituent member of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and was allocated an Efforts should be made to plan | initial subvention of $26,000 from special activities and programs for | the 1950 Combined Jewish ApGolden Age groups. peal >r,P rim Will Be Featured Specker At ev/ish Education Dinner April 23 Education Year, herald. hievements of Jewish n in America, will be i in Greater Miami on April 23 at 6:30 p.m.. at [ : sp nsored by the Bureau ish Education at the Del! Hotel. 6303 Collins Ave., Beach. light of the evening will address by Dr. Joachim inz, of Temple B'nai Abraham wark, N. J. Dr.. Prinz 'eived his education at the Uniies of Breslau and Berlin. I' eived his Ph.D. from the I'' in 1ST23 and .was ordained >y the Jewish Theological Iminary of Breslau.in 1925. He Ipidly acquired a reputation as outstanding defender of Jew's and spokesman for snism and during the HitT= At the helm of the new Jewish Centers Association are (seated. 1. to r. Leon Kaplan. P^idrnt! Carl Weink'e v'w president: Mrs. Ethel Machiey. secretary: Leo Sheiner. vie* president: istarding. 1 to rTwilHam Kneapler. treasurer: Gus Jacobson. executive director: S. A. Goodman assistant secretary*Mrs?Milton Si. kin. the other vice president, was not present when t,e photo was taken. Dr. Joachim Prinz board of the American Associaegime became a leader ] tion for Jewish Education. Gi rmany Jewry. He preached | 1950 has been proclaimed as >'• only from the pulpit, but! "Jewish Education Year" by the "' all over Europe, urging American Association for Jewish ate mass immigration of Education. This year marks the ropean Jews to Palestine. Befortieth anniversary of the esof the Bureau of of his attacks upon the t -rnment he was frequently jrested by the Gestapo and ally expelled in 1937. He then %  •' %  to America, lecturing from to coast as well as in Canada ik "We Jews" was among vish best-sellers in Europe. 1948 Dr. Prinz returned to ei many on behalf of the World e w.sh Congress, to survey DP onditions there as well as the cneral political condition. He is boay vice president of the Amerfan Jewish Congress and on the of the establishment Jewish Education in New York City under the direction of Dr. Samson Benderly. It was his works and the program of that bureau which laid the foundation for current communal programs in American Jewish education, the three main elements of which are communal responsibility, advancement of standards and modernization of method. Another feature of the event will be the installation of new (Continued on Page 10) Campaign To Continue Till All Cards Covered "We will not stop until every card has been covered.' Aaron Kanner, chairman of the Campaign Cleanup Committee of the Combined Jewish Appeal, declared this week. The committee, which will ultimately consist of 30 to 50 persons, will have as its chief task the solicitation of more than 200 prospects who last year contributed over $100 to the appeal but who have not yet announced their contribution, Kanner explained. Committee members who have been chosen thus far are Al Sherman. Joseph Gardner, Joseph M. Rose. Sol Goldman, Harry Koretzky. Jacob Seidenberg, Ben Zion Ginsberg, Meyer Taigman. Sam Vogel, Ira C. Walsey, George Cohen, George Talianoff. Irving Saal, Harry Simonhoff. Morton Russack, Sam Lachman. Julius Rosenstein, Harry Zukernick. Norman Browne, Leon Kaplan, Dr. Morris Goodman, Mrs. Matilda Ratner. Martin Faber, Anna Brenner Myers and Dr. Robert Litowitz. JSSB Should Concentrate On Case Work, Provide Emergency Relief, Report States A recommendation that the Jewish Social Service Bureau At the same time, the report I inntinues. the Jewish community could not possibly assume the concentrate its efforts o;: sKinea juI) buic.cn 0 f responsibility for case work service and at the same i nng i cim continuing financial time provide funds for emergency assistance, usually conducted by and short term relief needs was these public agencies. It is theremade in a report on the agency f ore recommended that handling prepared under the auspices of the community planning committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. The study was directed by Morris Zelditch. director of social of these cases be limited to the extent of funds available. It is further recommended that there be established in the community a Jewish vocational service, which can be used in placeplanning. Council of Jewish Fed-: mon t. training and vocational erations and Welfare Funds. He was assisted by a committee composed of representatives of the bureau and Federation. Due to the failure of the Community Chest, which supports the guidance for the Jewish community. The bureau's refugee program, supported by Federation, requires a substantial increase in funds :f the community is to provide for relief program of the bureau, the.; the new Americans, to whom it agency has been forced to curtail • has committed itself, the survey :.ssistance to relief cases, the j states. survey points out. "The study is continuing. The studv recognizes that MiStanley C. Myers, chairman of ami is confronted with a unique j Federation* community planning problem. The public welfare pro; comn ittee said. The commute-! gram here is so inadequate that I is reviewing its recommendations needv persons do not have access in an effort to make the program to public funds as they do in of the JSSB meet the needs of other cities. the community.' ,f



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lY.APWt.U. 1950 +Jewish fhrkHan PAGE THREE 7/ Say I 19 marks the Yahrzeit for the blackest crime 11 .nnals. The extermination of 6,000,000 Jews Mnzi incinerators will remain an obsession to %  ition which lived through that colossal Tt \s those events recede, we think more of the eople destroyed. What manner of fare they? Did they deserve their fate? "should not judge a people by its spokesmen. L mhle and obscure often furnish the best clew inn,' character. And because all Jews in I „i ,'ucie exterminated, it is necessary to preT? rMord of the lives they led. Their stories Lu .„ index to the soul and spirit of a segment hai loft a mark on Jewish, Russian, and even n history I wish to P lace in evidence some | m( K of family yarns heard in childhood and elided They assume ever greater significance. Lripiion of Minors 1827 the Russian Czar issued an Ukase to conscript I jp W ish boys for service in his army for no less lm thin 25 years. The Cossack mentality of l-U I conceived this plan for converting, astine ;


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PAGE FOUR "Jemisi! fkrA4&I? EDITORIAL The Rising Storm Under pressure from the other six member states of the Arab League, King Abdullah of Hashernite Jordan bowed to their demand and has put off the signing of a five-year non-aggression pact with Israel. The League has agreed that it will expel any member state entering into a separate peace treaty with Israel and thct it will preserve a "solid front' in negotiating final settlements with the Jewish state. What this appears to mean is thai the three:: c: collective action against Israel is the alternative to entering into treaties that will prove .t—etrrable to all the Arab ccur.tr.es and the only men acceptable) provisioaa il -art s.ttelv re assua >--; Tc-~ wou.a —ear. t.te ena c: israe. s independence Israels rears c: a renewal at agcress.-r. an the part c: the Arabs are welMoundsd At ain.rst the sarrte moment that the Arab league was changing Abdullah s mind foi him letael and the British g o vernment were, reaching an agreement for settlentert: c: ttnattc.al cdaima and counterclaims arising out of the period foDowing the termination c: the British mandate in ?a:e; ; .:te This is a rtrtahle event, and in Lcttdcn has been regarded as signifying that a new high has been attained in friendship and understanding between. the two jcutttr.es. Israel s ct::cialdc~. is net deceived, however; rcr British Foreign Minister Eevin cr.ly las: week made a speech in the Kcuse of Commons that listeners interpreted as construing c Justification for the Arab states' attitude of hostility toward Israel. An Israel Foreign Office spokesman discussing the Bevin speech and thinking also of Arab interference with the projected pact with Jordan, commented: In effect he Bevin fully justified the extraordinary proceedings which we have witnessed in these days, namely that when the hrst spark of real will for peace is kindled somewhere .n the Arab world all the angry winds converge GERMANY j y=^M fy i T~~^T~—' Capitol Spotlight "WHAT?—STILL THERE!" upon it to put it out and restore the rule of dark prejudice and fanaticism." Britain's arms shipments to the Arab countries are putting those governments in position where they may shortly feel that their combined strength sufficiently outweighs that of Israel to enable them to launch a second round of attacks on the Jewish state in an effort to smash it. And Secretary of State Dean Acheson, who seems to have closed his mind to the explosive character of that situation, tells a delegation of congressmen who demanded that we call on Britain to stop those shipments, that he is sure MsraeVs Birthday ov n Si! 22nd brael hol ds a birthH She wul be two years old iL.iT^I infant of the nations. ael the In the case of Israel, we certainlv h to take pride on this her 2con7bfef certainly has done well for her *££*} %  T problems and cares. What infa-t nr7 The great flow of immigrants" has' T put a heavy burden on her economv' ^ same rime, she must keep herself for the possibility of a McfndSj' of the resentful Arab nations. But if signs about cm infant tell ,,„ then surely the signs of the ufes^ should be reassuring. 0| She looks like she is going to grow un very healthy, robust blooming youngster! Britain does not want war in the Middle F more than we do. Moreover. Achesonimffci is sending but a "negligible" amount trfm?, Egypt and other Arab coun:ies^itl?' hastens to add those arms are needed todefc the Suez canal against Russia. How if th shipments are negligible, they can be of' assistance in protecting the canal, the sea*. does not make clear. While many congressmen ere pourina a fto of protests into the State Department aqainst, passive attitude on the re-arm tag 0 f the An stales, our official policy remains unchanqed. • T^iSUS" S r ,Gge f worse "~? develop in the Mrddle East, prospects of war couidrf effectively quashed if the United States were J adopt the firm stand for peace that we, and o| many others, have been urging tor many montlj There is no more appropriate time for us csl mdividual citizens, to take cognizance of that'fact than at the time when congress is appropriaiiwf additional foreign aid funds—tor Britain, as will as for other countries—American Jewish World. I By MILTON FRIEDMAN WASHINGTON—J -. rgan• des f ass a du t>ill at all 1 • it that, a sst comj ty about 1 benefit ids : nfii n i antires %  ;: rteri All DP's at : -' • Those -. %  ." Serroanj —.-. r ..: pie—a good ny ol %  '• r -: Dr. Blumenthal To Speak £ : the rure bj : :: ::... enthal Rabbi Ever Named Local Representative For Journal Birthday appointed Ureater v pre— ....... .•. ._. .-;..._ -.... = •• %  rayon of the M .-.: ; Dr B-rrri:i Bergman editor and publish* iailj K "! -...-. were %  at the V -:-: •-: Rabbi A I "• v --• Morning A : rabbis was r on arrangements I oration Merr.fcx rs are R :: = Ever Simon Apr I L-vinj Lehrman M< :: H Murrey 5: tin J aepb E Rack Max Sfcapirc and A St Others malting ti^.-.i | i •.--. honorJ*T pressder.i J .-..-" treasur;.Harry Sir km. fm.anriai secretary: Rabbi Ever, secretary AbrahaFinest David Whitman. Sidney Palmer. J StesM Abraham Werrr.an. and Hyman Za.olman. %  '••" -torn Zone despite repeated .t the res'u t Nazism. While .t is agreed that Jews wh want t c me to America should have an ecu... I with DP's t ther faiths, those familiar with the picture regret that it is necessary t. a anti-S< • I .-." d -• r t ;-.-' ixed DP bill ... bill pre] by Senat :. Pat :: %  • Volksdc utche %  ted with 5 S. extt nati o units m East, rn V lksd< .: tinlocal Jews t: Nazis, then • :•' 8 • the vicums' property pecific proin the Celler Bill, ..: i %  t :. vett 3TII Wladvsla • Arr ng 3m Anders ~' %  --"%  re ;t vicious Jewhaters r Z_ Al -_DP legislate is exp :ted m tin S early in A. I M Senate will r t: ad:rt the : : stnctive pro-G srman : '.'. up by Sen. VI .:. u the m.re s stitute _Sen Herbert H Lehman D-N. 1 b expected tores iead-"? role in the fight iespn anti-Sen ;tic nnd t r %  | the heated lebate rari.er this month '-^ r -~ ted k M Iran's XOS .-..in u': _id fav : "ethnic : i dilefinrtion i .. DP Mc' %  "• -.d ;ir. ;thority from the DP C :r. :-ar£rs Liat it ts las sci ;nd has al] tl ll~r rupporters if tne = are Senat r= W : l._.%  Jertn-rr : 2 Zy Bipp: and Ihey favcu ugfajyrnigrati n M nen not s mu aecause Sesrutes may c tney take a i:i-:on ot a Haiw burg court ienmg a publn showing anti-Semitic Hal "Jew Suess" • part si the trafl of Veit H. .. manwhofa jduced it for the Nazis Norbert W< Uheim, chairman ell the Jewish r.munities of H| British z • \i week tele graphed Sir Brian Robert British milit commands; Germany. charging that • court s oi • lates both oecupati n tute and Gerai law and that the showing of t film Will r.st.tute a threat I public oi.'. ty and moi :ty and '. legal guarJSj tees of f:.. I security I the Jewish -unities. "A pur.. ng of tt-aataj Cologne High .' la has braMjj as an anti-Semitic and incitr 81m would rec inwltf our community during the Ni regime, and must arouse fearj disastrous rices." 'WolLheim sa ling to! Brian to give the matter his I sonal attention Harlan is M tried on the same charge for' third timeThe prosecutofj posed the curt'.rder onj public showm: %  Sue-i^ +Jeist rkrkjbt\ Published e*ery F'diy l c, ,l by Th. Jewish Flo-iaian it 1M Sixth Street. Miami 1. Florl T„l tered at t*eord-cia mattt; '"'i 1930. al the Peit Office oi %  • FU.. under the Act ot March J The Jewish Fior^d i "as the Jewish Unity .iJ ,-"L!l Weekly. Member of the Je*"? '3 Oraphic Agency. U<*n Wj Syndicate. Wor'aw U NiJJJ %  E9 Ntfonil Editorial Asssc atie". cen Association of **V*3. Newspapers. Florida Prtss A tto^ Th* teartsfe Floii-in *j, CTiarantee tb* Kaeh^-.h Of % chandlse a stvertiscl if. 1J J SUBSCRIPTION RATE ?i ii | One Year Two Ye ara FRED K. SHOCHFT editor a nd Pubji i*g_ OFFICE and PLANT 120 N.E Sixth Stiee' Telephones 2^ 14^2^ FRIDAY. APMZ* 1 NISAX27. 3.10 Volume 23 -^"l



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)AY. APRIL 14, 1950 Jewish Meridian PAGEFfVE 000 Claimed By Persecution rfrtims Wving in Greater Miami r.Kr.mrv 20 to March ,. ... _. February iff S e vice to Foreign Born l. l h ^,f the National Counc.l of kh'women was a beehive of ItivityInformation instructions and well as assistance in Preparation of forms for nUmTication claims aeainst the Kn government were given % Arsons in the Greater Mi3, 'i:.,.;, who were eligible for Utitution under the IndrnnificaCTLaw recently enacted in the fcSncler of the United States K| e „f Occupation Bavaria -n Wuerttember. Baden and Eligible for restitution Smathers To Try, For Hade Votes April 20 To 22 With the hottest Senatorial race in the political history of Florida rapidly approaching the climax, Rep. George Smathers is girding himself for another intensive ne S^rsons"who suffered loss liberty due to imprisonment in lere pc I licentration camps, ghettos, rc ed labor; loss of health in -el connection with persecuat -he hands of the Germans; 3 of possessions and property, Over 300 working hours were lit in by council volunteers and Jlunteers from the new Amenans who were eager to offer ieir services to their fellow Seres, according to Mrs. Florae Finkelstein, executive secetarv A total of 259 interviews fere"given and 128 actual claims %  ere fil d. These claims represent minimum of $175,000 for loss If liberty and a minimum of IrS 000 for loss of health, a Vnimum grand total of $300,000, rhich does not include claims nade foi loss of property and loss ife Mrs. Finkelstein notarized 074 individual copies of papers teeessary to esablish these claims. In view of the short time given or establishing these claims and he fact that all claims had to made in the German language, fith many legal angles involved, was necessary to recruit a banel of volunteers conversant pot only with the German language, but also with legal procedure in Germany, Mrs. Finkelstein revealed. I "Dr. Arthur Wolff, formerly a Dusseldorf attorney and consultant in European Restitution natters. Kurt Peter Beron, news grupher and writer, and dillie Zirker, 'secretary to Gernan writers, were on the job practically every day and all Say," Mrs Finkelstein said. ["The:-knowledge cf German Rendered their services invaluable, because so many unlooked (for legal problems were presentOtto Braun and Mrs. Regina Irandeis, recent arrivals from )P camps and now members of Mil's English classes, Mrs. Samuel Saal, Mrs. Elsie Nadler, Ir. Eisenkramer and the follow^Council members are also Represented in the volunteer Corps: Mrs. Heather Levin, Mrs. Juliet Oshlag. Miss Edna Heller, Mrs. Neustatl, and Mrs. Martha Myers." A number of the applicants found it necessary to establish their claims for indemnification for loss of health with a physi-! fight for votes TnDade, his home cian's examination and certificate. I county, during the week of April Mt. Sinai hospital clinic offered 16. its services for this purpose. As announced by Sloan McCrea, Dade campaign manager for the youthful Congressman from the Fourth district, he will take four full days to cover every nook and cranny of vote-rich Dade, namely, Wednesday, April Students, faculty and friends of 120 to Saturday, April 22, inthe Hebrew department of the; elusive. University of Miami will pay I Intent on personally meeting tribute to the Hebrew University I the largest possible number of in Jerusalem on the occasion of! voters, Smathers will make it a 1 M Will Salute Hebrew-1 On 25th Anniversary DOV Chapter To Meet A meeting of the DOV Chapter of Mizraehr Women is slated for Wednesday, April 19, at 1 p.m. at Beth El, ivirs. Kose Hertes, president, has announced. its twenty-fifth anniversary. Ceremonies marking this salute from one "people's university" to another will take place Monday, April 17, at 10:30 a.m. in room S202 of the Memorial Classroom Building. B. A. Barkai, visiting Israeli author, lecturer and journalist, will deliver a lecture on "The University on Mt. Scopus — A Tower of Culture in the Middle East." Barkai, a member of "El-Al," a fraternity of the pioneering students of the first class at the Hebrew University, is founder of the Jerusalem World Art Museum and author of an Israeli bestseller—"Lekahim." Sydney J. Greenberg, professor of Hebrew at the university, will introduce Barkai, who is completing a tour of 30 states and will return directly to Israel. point to address groups wherever they may be found. Thus he will go after votes in all of Greater Miami's super markets, railroad yards and other industrial establishments. He also will speak at a series of barbecues and to individual members and groups of the various municipalities' police and fire departments. "George Smathers will make it thoroughly clear to all where he stands on such vital issues as the FEPC, socialized medicine, the Townsend plan, taxation and issues of specific interest to Floridians." McCrea said. April 23 will find Smathers in Ft. Lauderdale, where he will attend the state convention of the American Legion, of which he is a member. Beth Fl Women Plan Party Beth El Sisterhood will hold a special meeting on Tuesday, April I 18, at 8 p.m. at the synagogue to, make final plans for a package | party scheduled for Sunday. April 23, at the Dora August Memorial Hall. Mrs. Jack Shapiro, president, urges all members to bring packages to the meeting. Party chairmen are Mrs. Max Rappaport and Mrs. Sidney H. Palmer. Lit. Insurance Eetatoe Authoritatively Programmed NAT G ANS Metropolitan Life Ins. Co. 907 Blscayne Bldg. Ph. 3-4616 or 4-9981 See or phone me for yeur LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS Landscape Design For New & Old Homes Lawn Maintenance FREE ESTIMATES III I.IIIX LANDSCAPE SERVICE Phone 82-9860 NYLON $ LINE 300 FT. 45 LB. U.S. 600x16 t TIRES 1 8-77 Plus Tax HtcMMrtt lnrar*4 P to J5.000 by Federal Deposit Iniurjacs Cof parities %  0 i in i IUNE| BRAND HEALTH EGG5 BEST BUTTEB I %  Re-Elect JAMES A. 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UDAY, APRIL 14, 1950 +Jewish Hcrldian PAGE SEVEN ,oa'h Center Sisterhood To Install Irs. Walsey As President on Monday nnual installation luncheon of ,f Sisterhood of the Miami Beach buHsh Center will be held on KayApril 17 at 12:30 p.m. t the Saxony Hotel. Officers who will be installed Mis Irving Lehrman include ijrs. Ira C. Wal sey, president; the jr. Blumenthal [eads Workshop pr Seymour M. Blumenthal, Usulting psychologist is conducting the Parent Workshop on [•Adolescence" at the Miami Reach V. The workshop, being held for four consecutive Monday eveiings, got underway Monday with .'lecture on "Sex and Dating." Other subjects to be discussed [ April 1", "Dependence-IndeLendce Conflict: (a) overproteciion and rejection; (b) parentfchild identification; (c) money Problems: (d) "too young" parents; (e) :<.lationship with parents fend siblings. April 24. "Youth in the Comminity:" (a) relationship in ocial group; schools, clubs; (b) the Community Center; (c) out \>t school activities. May 1. "Self Discipline and juidance:" (a) achieving maturity; (b) educational and vocational feu'idanct: (c) career selection; fd) ••ommunity resources. Irs. Schwartz Hostess Mrs. Gus Hartman, president knd executive director of the Isfael Orphan Home of New York fend Fur Rockaway, and her sister, Mrs. Pauline Egert of the London ^rms, Miami Beach, were guests Df Mrs. Tillie L. Schwartz for dinner in the Pagoda Room of the Saxony Hotel recently. Mrs. Schwartz is the founder and exec utive director of the People'.Free Nurse of Greater New York, founded in memory pf her father, the late Meyer feldman The People's Free Nurse ; the only organization in Greater New York to render the free fervice of full time graduate purses and to provide blood transsions to the nedy sick, regardless of age, creed, color or religion. This free service is rendered patients at their homes and in Hie fret wards of voluntary hospitals ;,nd institutions in every borough oi New York City. innon Calls For Cut Foreign Spending >Pat Cannon, candidate for Confess fri m the Fourth Congressional District, in a rally address before campaign workers deflared, unxious hours of duty erformed in the United States Congress when enemies threatened the life of our nation, have lurnishctl me with the experience Uiat will serve' me well when lealing with the problems that Mil press for solution now and the coining years of peace." Cannon told his listeners that e favored a drastic reduction in -"•eign spending and will seek divert some of these monies domestic projects benefiting |ur own country as well as South Florida. Mesdames Ben Zion Ginsberg George Goldberg. Joseph M Lipton, Samuel Lipton, Raymond Rubin and Anna Wolf, vice presidents; Mrs. Samuel Friedland treasurer; Mrs. Samuel Ginsberg recording secretary; Mrs. Samuel Wiesen, financial secretary; Mrs Jack J. Falk and Mrs. Samuel Oka, corresponding secretaries, Mrs. Bernard Stern, social seretary. Highlight of the afternoon's program will be a skit directed by Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsberg, program chairman. Entitled "The Verdict," the skit will feature the Mesdames Clarence Cohn, Irving Cypen, William Feuer, Martin Genet, Sam Nudelman, Alexander Richardson, Al Osheroff, Benjamin Schanfald. Bernard Stern, Sigmund Schermer, George Sugerman and Bertram Thorpe. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will offer the installation address and Mrs. Louis Glasser, president of the Dade County Conference of Jewish Women's Organizations, will speak briefly. Mrs. Harry Rogers, retiring president, will greet the new officers. Chairman of the installation is Mrs. Benjamin Wolff. Mrs. Bernard Stern is co-chairman. Reservations may be made by calling the center office at 58-2503. North Shore Units To Seat Leaders Plans are being made by the North Shore Lodge of B'nai B'rith and Women's Chapter for an installation party to be held at Temple Beth Sholom on Sunday evening, April 23. Leonard Tobin will be installed as president of the group, Jack Lawson, first vice president; Leo Steinman, second vice president; Sam Weinfeld, treasurer. Other officers who will be seated at that time include Lewis Huntington, recording secretary; Dr. Benjamin Landau, warden; Mark Silverstein, chaplain; Leon Rapee, financial secretary; Melvin Pazol, David Pollock, Morris Roth, Louis Sherman, trustees. Holdover trustees are Jack Lawson, Dr. Norman J. Russ, Sam Solloway, David Fenton. Rabbi Leon Kronish, Sol T. Schwartz, Leo Solomon and Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Florence Kutzen Recital To Aid Haven Sehool Florence Kutzen, Detroit concert pianist, will play selections by Bach, Liszt, Chopin, Mozart, Beethoven and Poulenc at her benefit recital on Saturday April 15, at 8:30 p.m. at the Mi; mi Women's Club. Proceds from Miss Kutzen's performance will go to the Haven School for the Mentally handicapped. Miss Kutzen received her first piano instruction from her father, but at an early age she outgrew his instruction. He turned her over to European Maestro Dr. Mark Gunzburg. Later she studied with Bendetson Netzorg and joined his faculty. m In the East she was a pupil of Paolo Gallico and furthered her studies with Ernest Hutcheson of the Juilliard School of Music. The recital is being sponsored by the Levelers Class of the Scottish Rite and is under Ruth Brotman management. Mrs. Becker Weds Brooklyn Doctor A lime chiffon dress with accordion pleated skirt, navy horsehair garden hat, navy elbowlength gloves and a corsage of autumn spray orchids composed Mrs. Beverly Becker's bridal ensemble when she and Dr. Fredrich Fischer, Brooklyn, N. Y., were married March 31 at the Sorrento Hotel. Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan officiated at the ceremony. Mrs. Bernard Merker, Chicago was her mother's matron of honor in a navy lace dress and orchid corsage. Other attendants were Mrs. Herman M. Berman, Chicago, and Mrs. William Farr. Mr. Berman gave the bride in marriage, apd served as best man. A reception followed the ceremony and later a dinner was held in the Florentine Room. The newlyweds spent a week at the Sorrento Hotel and then went to Havana. Returning north, they will visit Chicago before going to Brooklyn to live. Mrs. Fischer has been a member of the Speakers' Bureau for the Southeastern states and B'nai B'rith Women in Miami Beach since coming here from Chicago to live. Stadlan To Speak J. Z. Stadlan will speak in Hebrew on "Hebrew Literature" at a meeting of the Histadruth L'Tarbuth Ivrith of Greater Miami on Sunday, April 16. at 3 p.m. at the Spinoza Outdoor Forum, 124 11th St., Miami Beach. Captain Gershon Kohn of the Israeli army, who arrived from the new state a week ago, will also speak briefly. The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association. Participating Agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, informs the public that: 1. Meat Markets without the sign of the GMVH H 1 D 3 displayed are neither supervised nor endorsed by the Vaad; 2. Chickens without the ring of the GMVH fl 1 D 3 3. Hotels and Restaurants may buy kosher meats and yet not be Kosher; 4. Chickens with the GMVH ring T\ 1 D 3 are endorsed only are neither supervised nor endorsed by the Vaad; when they are freshly killed and not when they are ftozen. For other information about Kashruth call our Director. Rabbi Joseph E. RackoTsky. 818 Michigan Avenue. Telephone 5-3595. HARRY SIRKIN. Pres. H. SOOTIN. Sec A. M. BEAR. Vice Pre*. LOl EL. Treas. 'LUSCIOUS sweet rolls of the finest ingredients! Baked fresh every morning... they're fluffy-light...frostingtopped... with spicy cinnamon and golden pecans. cthfowm YOUR HOME-TOWN BAKERS FOR 37 YEARS Mrs. Gratz Honored The name of Mrs. Pearl Gratz, active worker in Pioneer Women Club No. Two of Miami Beach, will appear in the group's builders' book in | Israel, according to an announcement by Mrs. Abe Shedroff. president. A contribution of $500 was recently sent from the club to the Israeli building fund. Mrs. Gratz is also a member of the Miami Beach YM & WHA, the American Jewish Congress, Beth Jacob and other civic and religious organizations. Special Sabbath Service The Coral Gables Jewish Center will hold a special Sabbath service Friday evening, April 14, honoring the sisterhood, with Rabbi Morris A. Skop conducting. Taking part in the program will be the sisterhood president, Mrs. Irving Gerstenfeld; presidentelect, Mrs. Morris Horwitz; vice president, Mrs. Sidney Richman and president of the congregation, Herbert Gelernter. Be&r&youfay... Only one refrigerator has a freezing system with no motor, no machinery, not a single mo ving Dart. That'sServel, the Gaa Refrigerator. It stays silent. lasts longer. Now Ser\*el brings you Long-Li fe Design to match its long-lasting freezing system. Plus an amazing 90-second Quick-Change Interior. 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"* FMDA Y. APRH, 14, 1950 *J***np*Mmi, toe tate Business Increased. tility Survey Discloses Florida's business increased oundly during the past year and outlook is for continued exansion, the Florida Power & ieht Company states in its anual report to stockholders, which oes to every state in the union. A significant trend in Florida, he company states, is in summer ourist business, which is inreasing more rapidly than winter usiness. This increase is more pro.ounced in the Miami area, the enter of the state's tourist busiless. than in the state as a whole, tockholders are told. "Tremendous expansions by the attic and frozen orange concen.rate industries are the most spectacular gains of the past year nd are having a healthful effect ,n the economy of the entire tate,"' McGregor Smith, president, _ates In 'he report. "A broad research program in cattle is paying off with Florida cattlemen competing now with the best beef raised in the nation. "Frozen concentrate a baby only two years ago, has created a tremendously greater demand for citrus than could ever have been possible under previous marketing conditions." Smith said. The report includes comprehensive charts and figures which show Florida's continued growth and the company's record-breaking construction program to assure adequate power for the state. | J. F. Sher Killed Jacob F. Sher, father of Herbert I Sher of this city, was killed in an accident in Englewood, N. J., on Tuesday, April 4. He was 73 | years old. Besides his son, Herbert, he is Isurvived by his wife, Helen; anI other son, Philip, of Teaneck, N. [J., and three grandchildren. BENJAMIN YESLOW II, of ;il N.W. Stitli St., passed away Itm Tuesday. Mr. Yrxluw, who was a llmiil operator, is survived by his wl*e IMollle; i daughter, Donna; two %  brothers, Horria and Herman, and %  five Haters, among whom are Mrs. ISarah Alexander anil Mrs. Ida FriedIjiun, of Miami. Cordon's Funeral %  Home nas in chiirge of arrangements. %  Mennent was held in Mt. Nebo Cemetery. Cantor Kelemer Named Chairman Of Youth Unit Cantor Samuel Kelemer was recently elected chairman of the Greater Miami Zionist Youth Commission. He succeeds Mrs. A Mamlet. The newly elected chairman is marking his twenty-fifth year as a liturgical singer. As a child PAGE NINE niva IWolf I •• in %  lof li v by | I'' %  two I mm BERNARD WOLF "f 5S2S N K. 5th Ave., passed I u. M|, iy i,{ a heart attack. Mr. the operator of Hetty's Restil Blacayne Blvd., was a native lebmond, Va., whore the remains ent for services and interment Funeral Home. Surviving his Wife, Hetty; and his father, brothers and a sister, of RlchNeed Help in a Hurry?—Call H EMPLOYMENT SERVICE Whit* and Colored Help Phonaa 9-6317 — t-6727 61 N. E. 6th Straat AL MEIDENBERQ, Owner Cantor Samuel Kelemer cantor he appeared throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, Cuba and Europe and was featured in the first four Jewish talking pictures. Coming to Miami five years ago from Rochester, N. Y., where he served as cantor of Beth Joseph Center and studied voice at Eastman School of Music, the cantor has carved a niche for himself in the community. He is president ot the Greater Miami Cantors Association and was instrumental in organizing a local Jewish Music Council, of which he was named chairman. A member of the board of directors of the Miami Beach Zionists district, the cantor has headed a number of the group's important committees. He is also a board member of the North Shore Lodge, B'nai B'rith. a member of the Bureau of Jewish Education, the Histadruth Committee and has been active in the work of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Other officers of the commission are Mrs. H. Mccer, vice chairman of Miami; Gil Rappaport, vice chairman of Miami Beach; Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, treasurer; Ted Nelson, financial secretary; Mrs. Henry K. Solloway, Young Judaea chairman. tniss tk host ? With a Chase Federal Insured Savings Account you won't be left behind. Open your account now; enjoy the good things of life through consistent savings ... a Chase'Federal passbook is your Passport to Greater Happiness! Ckse Federal Savings MAIN OFFICE Ull Lined! Raid rVH.7411 C. l. CUMIN'S, Prat. XSOUJCES OVEI S16.000.0CO NMTH BEACH OFFICE ~ ? 743S Colliis e. rv as 7331 Tumor Clinic Shifts To Cancer Institute Jackson Memorial Hospital's tumor clinic was transferred to the Dade County Cancer Institute's building at 1155 N.W. 14th St. on Tuesday. At that time the cancer detection center of the institute was discontinued. The two moves, worked out by medical and civic groups after long negotiations, are supported to strengthen the services fighting cancer in this area and free the institute to work for its longrange plans to establish a complete cancer hospital here eventually. The new tumor clinic will be open one day a week and will handle only indigent patients. It will be operated by the medical staff of the hospital through its cancer committee, headed by Dr. Donald Marion. Taking part in talks on the transfer of the clinic and discontinuance of the detection center were J. Gerald Lewis, president of the Dade County Cancer Institute; Dr. C. C. Hillman, superintendent of Jackson; Dr. Marion, and representatives of the Dade County Medical Association whose cancer control committee is headed by Dr. L. W. Dowling. Herman Binder was chairman of the institutes negotiating committee. Card Party Scheduled The Miami Ladies Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged will sponsor a card party on Sunday, April 16, from 1 to 6 p.m. at Douglas Gardens, N.E. 2nd Ave. and 53rd St., according to Mrs. Rose Pertes, chairman of the event. Proceeds from the affair are earmarked for the building fund. Assisting Mrs. Pertes are Mrs. Ethel Katz and Mrs. Rose Newberger. Transportation will be provided from Beth El. EXPERIENCED BUILDER Looking for Job Building Private Homes George Shostak 17 E. 19lh Street. Hialeah Elderly woman would like same as companion to share 5 room home. All privileges and telephone. $25 per month yea^ Call before noon, 82-MJ7 761 N.W. 18th ft Joyce Candidate For Purchasing Agent William D. "Bill" Joyce, candidate for re-election as Dade County Purchasing Agent, subject to the May 2 primary, declared this week that too few voters realize the duties of the office of purchasing agent and the necessary qualifications a candidate must have to properly serve the people who elect him to office. The candidate emphasized that he "is fully qualified through many years experience to carry out these functions for the best interests of the taxpayers of Dade County." Joyce disclosed that the purchasing agent buys all merchandise and commodities used by the entire county. The candidate is past post commander of the American Legion and the VFW: an active member of the Military Order of World Wars; Forty and Eight; Purple Heart; Third Division Society; Military Order of Cooties; Elks and Moose Lodges: Lions; South Florida Anglers Club and a member of the Municipal Finance Officers Association of the United States. Joyce came to the county purchasing agent's office from a post in the Florida state comptroller's office. He is married and has two children. I AM A CEHTLEMMT'O'F 44 Would like) fcoeome acquainted 1 sin fJ** ,rl or widow about objec 38. No ection to child. Write Mr. Z., Box 2973, Miami 18 HIGH SALARIED INSURANCE EXECUTIVE 30's, Jail, interested in lady with $5,000-58,000 invest in business. Write Mr. J., Box 2973, Miami 18 FOR RENT In nice residential S.W. Section— near synagogue, shopping and transportation facilities BEDROOM APT—AIRY ROOMS 1521 S. W. 6th Street %  %  X I. • A Gift Subscri ption Unscientific Equipment Skilled Mechanics Guaranteed Workmanship Drive in today—save wear and tear on your tires iWheels Aligned Any Make Car $2.49 "Your Friendly ChevroleljDealer' 1055 W. 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PAGE TEN %  > hni*tjjhridiar_ FRIDAY. APRH. -i Education Dinner Set For April 23 (Continued from Page II officers or the local bureau by Stanley Myers, chairman of the community planning committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. To be seated are Louis Htiman. honorary president: Max Meisel, president: Dr. David Andron. Joseph Duntov and David Isen. vice presidentsIsrael Shapoff. secretary: Mrs. Matilda Ratner. treasurer. A report of the activities of the bureau will be outlined by Louis Schwartzman, executive director. Din ton be Inat illed Julius Jay Perlmutter, Leo Shelner, %  L Barnhard l Miller, Harrj Goldberg, Hyman Sootln, Anna Levlnaon, <;-or* "Si-K,l. .:.i. k Sil Arthur Itruok. air*. I.-.ns i ;u.-.—-:•. Morris 1! -.Iifhaum. 1...::, M.i!-u...-s. M:>. ieltner. Un R %  lea, Dr. M 1 Glick, Mia, Freida Levine, Mrs f: %  l^nt'aum, .Mr 5 Eathei Mrs I-eon Kaplan Mra Dr. Harry Queen, Dr. on, Joshua g.taill in, K %  '.— Al-ralmra I-^rluin. Betty i;rpnMra Sidney Herbert Silver. B. lean Stclbcl. Sain Mra. All ed Mai i Mra A. I Laura Sai Di /I Mr?. Leon Ell. Mrs V Mrs If A :-' ,sM Al^x Stelbi Un lack R laenbei f, Mrs. • \ Dr. Seymour Blumenthal. Nor::.... Rosaman Mra .1. B. K-. -• Bw I Stei lin, Mrs. H. Cantor, Sam Levitan, Mrs. Jack Shapiro. Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Mra. Bessie El nan, Mra Edgar Miller. Mra. Ralph Ba stall A. Cohen, Joel Zili.-. Samuel J. Rand, Eli Hum-Its, Mrs Rand, Mra Gilbert Goldman, Leoi ird Merlin, Fied Berkowlta, Mrs Ktma Bild, Mrs. Max Meisel. Harry • h iff Loula Heiman. T>r. M. A. : d, r>r. David Andron. Mrs Matilda Ratner, Mrs H. SeltUn, Israel ff, Sydney Greenbera;, Jerome ,• Grossman, Malvlna Weiss, Pr. J. H. Kaplan. Mrs F Newman. Morris Jacobs, Mrs. A Stone, j Cohen Sidney M Aronovlts, Abe ::tz. Pincus Pushcoff. Judge Kenneth Oka, David l^n. I P. Uidmar,. H M. Drevltch. Joseph Dunt.v. Benjamin Meyers. Max Meisel: and Irvine I.ehrman. Joseph akv, M irray Orauer. Max Shapiro. Leon Kronish. Simon April, Morria Skop, Isaac Ever, Moshay • Moaea Mescheloff. The committee in charge of arrangements consists of Mrs. Matilda Ratner. chairman. David Isen. Eli Hurwitz. Mrs. Freda Newman. Mrs. Freida Levine and Mrs H. Seitlin. Invitations to the Jewish Education Dinner are now available from all members of the committee and at the office of the Bureau of Jewish Education. 3-5858. Optics degrees. For the past 18 months. Dr. Ziff has been associated with Dr. Agnes Sutton Austin in the practice of orthoptics. visual training and reading disabilities. Dr Ziff will limit his practice to visual analvsis. visual training and complete o ptical service. "LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE Dr. Sanjord I. Ziff Dr. Ziff Opens Optometry Office Dr. Sanford L. Ziff announces the opening of his office for the practice of optometry' at 2904 Biscayne Blvd. Dr. Ziff attended the Universities of Akron and Miami. He graduated from the Northern Illinois College of Optometry in September. 1948. At that time he received his Doctor of Optometry and Bachelor of Science in Visual NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBT OI\EN thai the under* fi ed ilea rli a to engage in •he fictitious name oi R( %  n eal '' r -'" ?_.,.,'" ,. v -.....; • egial %  said name MAfRICE SNVDERMAN ALBERT RASHINSK1 4 n-:i-:< %  • %  %  %  NOTICE OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCl-IT COJRT Or* I I JEI.EVHNTH JCDirlAL rlRl XIT OP FLORIDA, IN AND E'li I'AI"\rv IN CHANCERT. No. .'I;A CLEMENT. Plaintiff, vs. El'GENE fLiEMENT, Defendant. XOV ECOENE CLEMENT, c'o H>de Park A ••• Hotel. 15 South Harpei Street Chicago, lllli are here! I that a Bill of Complaint for P • %  • %  I >a been niert ..gainst you, and you %  <: % %  !.i|<"red to ,erve a copj of yo ir Answer oi PleadIn, to the Bin of •• %  •"\;; : ; .-',"..,' %  ,• plaintiff.* Attorney, MAX R SILVER, 922 Seybold Ruilding. Miami, i iorlda. and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office %  %  the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the lntn •lav of Mav, iJtr.n. If you fail to do so. judgment by default will he taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. PONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 11 day of April. A.D. 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAN. rierk. Circuit Court. Pade Countv. Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By YVM. \V NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Mercun Cotistiuctlon Company, rot '.., ,. -„, B.W. 10th Street, intends -t.r said name with the Clerk of HiCircuit Court of 1'ade County. n rlda IRVING I. El-STE.N i iwner in--:-NOTICE BY PUBLICATION ,v THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE l-l KVKVTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND TOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 131897 GEORGE M. KKAI'SE. vs. BERTHA KR.MSi: SUIT FOR DIVORCE TII BERTHA KRAU8E. So • % %  STARKWEATHER STREET, MANCHESTER. CoNNECTICl T. rOU BERTHA KRAU8B, in hereby notified that o bill of nplalnt tor divorce haa i ni.-d against v,.u. and you are required to serve a copy .,f your answer or pleading t,, the bin of complaint on the plaintiffs attorney! Kaplan, Diets ft t*"*?' "he addresa ia $50 iJncoln Roa.1. Miami Beach. Florida and file the ,: answei or pleading In the of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or before the ll day of Mav l!-:>n If vou fail to do so. Judg.,,,-nt by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the blU of complaint. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 11 day of April, A.P. E. B LEATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida. (Circuit Cjrtlg> Wi OTOrKISO Deputy Clerk KAPLAN. DIET* & I.ASKY (SO Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida Attorney.* for Plaintiff 4/H-HW r> :. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDFR FlCTiTin,,. NAME LAW 0US NOTICE IS HEREBT IIVPV the undersigned, desiring %  „ 'M buslnesH under the fit-tit ga *' IKM TORS' HALL l'H.\i;\ ACV""' S.E 8th Street, MUn FWH. M J tend to register *ai,i %  .. ,r "* a it. BAR-> tend to legister sa.,i Clerk of the Circuit County, Florida. CHARLES WILLIAM KATZ & FCI.I.KIt Attomeya 4/14-tl-JS I ". NOTICE BY PUBLICATIOM IN THE CIRCUIT C?irRTOr N J ELEVENTH JfDiciAL rvJ3& OF FLORIOA IN AX : ,,,,,".' 'IT COUNTT. IN CHANVRRT*? MARILYN SKWIT.II STANLEY ARNfil, Defendant. SUIT FOR D|V TO: STANLEY ARNOLI No. IMS WEBSTER VVENTE NEW YORK CITY V Y : %  ERTTS. 'Iff. n SEWIT5 RCE : sou "1 th you ( :' •. .: MAX R SILVER 922 Se>bold Building Miami. Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 4 14-21-2? 3/5 STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. USE THESE COLUMNS FOR YOUR LEGAL ADVERTISING PHONE 2-1141 you, ST AN i.'i-i v SEWITCH, are a bill of complali • • l^-en filed against ; i squired to answer or pleading bill n( n plaint on the ula %  • xttm ^Z KAPLAN. DIET-/ .v i.,. K v":£ addresa is ISO Lii i ;i .,,* yH Beach, Florida and -h-'nS answer or pleadli > th. Clerk of the C • jr !" 2 before the 11 treasured than riches." PfOierbl GORDON FUNERAL — HOME —, SYMBOLIZES EVERYTHING A GOOD NAME IMPLIES For 25 years the name GORDON has been associated with service to Greater Miami Jewish causes In your time of need let us help you as we have done for other grateful families ****** GORDON 710 S.W. 12th Avenue Phone 3 3431 or 9-1436 /•^ • One of ibe original organizers of Miami Uome t ^f Milk Producers Association and owner of W Cianolio Dairy. S. W. 7th Avenue and Golden Glade Road, Dock County, Florida. /come from farming stock," James J. Gianolio will explain when you aslc him why he chose dairy farming as his business. And, if you've ever been a farmer, you know thai statement tells the whole story. It explains the courage bred deep in the man of the soil...his courage in the face of drought, flood, wind, depression and disaster. 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fUDAY, APRIL 14, 1950 *Jewisti Meridian PAGE ELEVEN erf man, Pallot Head Miami Delegation [o 14th Annual B'nai B'rith State Meet B'nai B'rith Council president,, will meet at an executive commit, orS o Bertrr.an, and past presij tee dinner at 6 p.m. on Saturday, April 15, followed by business session at 8 p.m. Women's groups will participate in a joint. Hillel session on Sunday at 11 a.m. and an ADL panel at 2 p.m. Prof. Charles Bushong, of the University of Florida, will be speaker at the Anti-Defamation League panel. B'nai B'rith youth groups will debate the question: "Shall Jerusalem be Internationalized?" and men's and women's groups will meet in a membership panel discussion. District Grand Lodge Five secretary, Julius Fisher, will be principal speaker at the final luncheon on Monday, April 17, and Alan Gale, "night club comedian* will appear at the opening social program on Saturday evening. Greater Miami delegates will include: Lewis Pomerantz, Oscar Greene, Jerome Adelman, Alvin Corenblum, Mr. and Mrs. D. Isen. Irving Schatzman, George J. Talianoff. Gilbert J. Balkin, Jules P. Channing, Godfrey K. Newman, Jack Gold, Saul Genet, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Goldstrom, Sam Weinfeld, Mark Silverstein, Leo Steinman, Leonard Tohin. Sidney Aronovitz, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Aronovitz, Charles R. Jacobson, Joseph Rayvis, Alex Cohen, Irving Saal. Sam Friedman, John Kronen f eld, Munis Bicrman, Marvin Rauzin, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Levin. 5, Albert Pallot, will head delegation of more than 40 umbcis ::nd their wives to the fate convention of B'nai B'rith [Jdges in St. Peterbsurg, April jto 17%  According to an announcement \ Q K. Jacobson, B'nai B'rith Lncil director, a record attendee is expected at the fourteenth l nu .,l conclave at the Huntingi. Hotel in St. Petersburg. |Tlie women's convention, being lid simultaneously with that ol L lodges, will feature debates, laloiv and seminars, according state vice president, Mrs. AlIrt Moss of West Palm Beach. %  omen's committee for the conlnt:on includes Mrs. Eugene Hene, Mrs. B. Wolfson and Mrs. Ick Kapner. Efficers of the state federation trrvi* To Mark sium on station WFEC Indny. April 16, at 2:30 p.m. will I |rk the twenty-fifth annivers! oi Hebrew University. fcticipants will be Sydney jenberg, head of the Hebrew %  artment, the University of r.?" : Z Stadlan president I the Organization for Hebrew %  ture: and B. A. Barkai, au•r. nou-.-paperman and alumnus the Hebrew University of | upl Scopus in Jerusalem. i i v • r 2^?,! NT ~ FOUR MEETING ROOMS AND TWO LARGE AUDITORIUMS hh.r eo J". p, S tely et > ui PPed large f,,' r h Kl, ( J hen '<" %  Weddings, Bar C hl ^ard Parties and Lodge frHnTr c'f^ ty of Parking Space. %  4=So, E ^ SIDNEY H PALMER %  •'2.'. 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)A Y, APRIL 14, 1950 *Jeni$t> HorMian PAGE THIRTEEN %  brew Loan Unit Seat Officers L, recently-organized Greater Imi Hebrew Free Loan Aso'£„ will hold formal installaof officers and members of /board of directors on Sunday, ril 16 at 8 p.m. at the Miami Irish Community Center. he association was organized to it, persons who are m need of Ell loans. Until its establishmt the founders explain, there I n o place in Miami where %  h an accommodation could be Jde without cost. Principal speakers at the inflation will be Ben Essen, first %  e'pn sldent of the Miami JewCommunity Center, and irold Shapiro, active Zionist irker. Cantor Maurice Mamches _-,: Mrs. Francine Zicree will I [ e r musical selections. I Officers, wno win oe installed I < Maurice Grossman, executive rector of the Miami Jewish ,mmunity Center, include fnuel Rothstein, president; Isi,re Schwartz, first vice presint; Mrs. L. Block, second vice jesident; Abraham Rosenberg, easurer; Mrs. Lillian Snyder, kancial secretary; Mrs. Murray Usher, recording secretary; rs. Fred Ochs, corresponding tretary; Mrs. L. Asch and H. Cm, trustees; Mrs. S. Rothstein, [rs. Kramer and Mr. Weintraub, vestigators. Board members are S. Okenov, r. Switchkow, Mr. Simon, Mr. upkin. Mr. Nevelsky, Mrs. Litt, ,'r. ancl Mrs. A. Sakowitz, Mr. Scree. Mr. Kramer, Mr. and Mrs. lliam Zimmerman and Mrs. D. am Ipril Proclaimed Cancer Control Month By Mayor i The American Cancer Society's 1950 Cancer Crusade received the %  fiicial backing of the Miami area Jhen Mayor William Wolfarth Iroclaimed April Cancer ConVol Month. The proclamation called on all litizens "to inform themselves of he facts about cancer, and to upport the work of the American fancer Society by contributing its appeal for funds." [Rep. Grant Stockdale, Dade County campaign chairman for tie Cancer Society, and Mrs. T. T. Moore, county commander of ne society's volunteer field army, pre present when the proclamapon was signed. American Cancer Society Campaign Headquarters are located It 119 S.E. 2nd Ave., phone 2-3664. Sliolom Women to Elect Officers The annual election meeting of the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom will be held on Wednesday, April 19, at 1:30 p.m. in the temple patio following a dessert luncheon. Mrs. Bessie Nelson, chairman of the nominating committee of the sisterhood, will submit the following slate for election: president, Mrs. Alexander Robbins (re-election); vice president, Mrs. Edward Mencher, Mrs. Louis Stoff, Mrs. Gilbert Goldmnn; recording secretary, Mrs. Alan Herron; corresponding secretary; Mrs. Fred Somerstein; treasurer^ Mrs. Norman Babel; financial secretary, Mrs. Murray Reckson; chaplain, Mrs. Leon Kronish. Board members to be elected for a one-year unexpired term include the Mesdames William Bernstein, Joseph Chutkow, Art England, I. C. Greenberg, David Goldner, Samuel Kelemer, Harry Kohn, Jack Lawson, Alfred M. Mamlet, Benjamin Seidler, Alex Straus, Jack Udell, Bert Whitman; for a one-year term, Irving Bachrach, Sam Beckerman, Al Bernard, Aaron Farr, Saul Herman, Murray Maurer, Jerry Small, Joseph Wolf; for a twoyear term, Joseph Arkin, Camille Baum, Saul Cohen, William Farr, Joseph Fenias, Emanuel Goldstrich, Hyman S. Kaplan, Milton Kraus, Chester Krone, David Levinson, Irving Marcus, Bessie Nelson, Irving Rothman, Alan Wagner, Ben Wolf, Simon Wolff, Bert Waller, Abe Zinnamon. An original musical quizz in which the audience will participate will be the entertainment feature of the meeting according to Mrs. Emanuel Goldstrich, program chairman. Prizes will be awarded the winners. enter To Present Show Thi Miami Jewish Community Center is sponsoring its second Innual variety show on Sunday, jpnl 30, at 8:15 p.m. in the center tin, By popular Gemancl, "Sounds Terrific." an original musical omedy will be presented again. featuring top local talent, the Till two-hour show includes pecialty acts, comedy, music and lancing. Young Adults To Hold Forums The Young Adult Council of the Miami Jewish Community Center will hold the first of a series of forums on the topic "The Economic Outlook for the Young Adult," at the center on Wednesday, April 19, at 8 p.m. The prospect for young adults because of general world conditions, education, ethnic factors, employment and local geographic factors will be discussed by Evelyn Gardner, Jr. Hadassah; Pauline Wittenberg, Young Progressive Association; Stanley Sterling, IZFA; Fred Gold, Miami University student; Leona Broston, YWCA. Martin Rubinstein will serve as moderator. Debate Elimination Dates Announced Dates for the elimination contest in the Southeast Florida high school debate tournament sponsored by Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, have been announced by Jerome Weinkle, chairman. Teams will meet in eliminations on Thursday and Friday, April 20 and 21, in room 315, Merrick Bldg., University of Miami at 6 p.m. The four qualifying affirmative and negative teams will meet in the semi-finals on Saturday, April 22, at 9:30 a.m., in room 217, Merrick Bldg. Best affirmative and negative teams will then meet for the championship that afternoon at 2:45 in the studios of radio station WGBS. The debate will be broadcast as a public service feature. Subject for the contest is: "Resolved: That House Resolution No. 4567 Providing For The Liberalization of the Displaced Persons Bill Should Be Enacted Into Law By Congress." Dr. Emanuel Pushkin of the awards committee has announced that loving cups will be awarded to the winning team and trophies will also be presented to the runners-up. Forensic keys will be awarded to all semi-finalists and participant's keys will be given to all students who debated in the contest. The winning team and its coach will receive a one-week trip to Washington, D. C, all expenses paid, as their prize. In the nation's capital,, they will visit Congress, meet nationally-known figures and be the guests of Florida legislators. Young Adult Brunch The Young Adult Club of the Miami Beach Y will hold its second monthly brunch on Sunday, April 16, at 11 a.m. The group will complete plans for its week-end conclave April 28-30. Scholarships To Brandeis Camps Open To Young People 18 To 25 Young people between the ages of 18 to 25 are eligible to apply for local, regional, and national scholarships to one of the three Brandeis Camp Institutes in the United States, according to a release issued by the Southern Zionist Youth Commission, 702 Peters Building, Atlanta, Ga. Applications are now being received by local youth commissions who will consider applications before submitting them to the regional youth commission at its next meeting in Jacksonville, on Sunday, May 7. Southerners interested in applying for scholarships valued at $300 may obtain application forms from the National Brandeis Foundation, 115 W. 87th St., New York 16, N. Y.; from their local youth commission chairman. Cantor Samuel Kelemer; or from the Regional Youth Commission Office in Atlanta. According to plans, it is hoped that at least 100 candidates from the South will attend the camps located in Hendersonville, N. C, Sant:> Susana, California camp, or the Winteidale, Pennsylvania institute. Sessions last for two and four weeks, and begin July 3. The regional youth commission, according to the announcement plans to award seven scholarships. primarily to college students at universities where there are no local youth commissions. Candidates interested in obtaining a regional scholarship must get their applications to the region by May 1. Cadet Honored William J. Weissel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Weissel, 200 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables, has been awarded the Order of Anthony Wayne at Valley Forge Military Academy, Wayne, Pa. Cadet Weissel was one of eight so honored. Kosher Killed Chickens TENNESSEE POULTRY & EGG CO. WHOLESALE & RETAIL WEDS. A.M. THURS. A.M. Phones 9-2585 — 9-7981 1340 S.W. 8th St SEITUN & COMPANY INSURANCE ALL FORMS 19 N.E. Second Street Miami 32, Fla. Phones 9-3836 — 9-3837 S. .1. Freedman HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington AT.. Miami Beach Between Fourth and Fifth Sw. Hebrew Religious Supplies For Synagogues and Private Use. Also for Hebrew Schools. D^BD ""Die Telephone 5-9017 atffRf DOUBLE-TALK Doesn'f Pay Doctor Bills! Claude Pepper's opponents have been doing a lot of sounding off about what they call "socialized medicine" in this campaign. It's no good, they say,it's "socialized"-.to want to protect your life-savings by paying insurance when you re well, co cover expenses when you're sick. Is Government insurance that insures your bank account "socialized banking"? Then what's "socialized" about a plan that insures your health -and does it al a fraction ofthe cost of any private plan now in existence? What's "socialized" about a plan that lets patients choose their own doctors and doctors their own patients. Well, the people of Florida know this kind of double-talk doesn't make sense, or pay any bills either. And they know Claude Pepper is for National Health Insurance for the same reason he is for all progressive legislation •• because it does the most good for the greatest number of people. Hear CLAUDE PEPPER STATE-WIDE UMNO HOOK-UP FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 8-8:30 P.M. E.S.T. tot Florida's Future For Your Own Fulurt RETURN CLAUDE PEPPER to the If. S. SINATE PoW Mlikol A4v*rMm<> _^_^_ cbjicm (Hi,... enjoy it to the utmost! Only Florida affords a full measure of the better life it will bring you. And only electricity assures you the maximum of leisure time in which to enjoy it. As the years go by, you'll use Sunshine Service in more and more ways for added leisure. Be sure NOW, that your wiring system is designed for lomorrow's living...with plenty of outlets, plenty of circuits, and adequate wiring throughout Discuss your wiring thoroi with your architect, V and electrical dealer. FLORIDA PO CUT MM !" i \ i p %  ss^o-.'-;*^i£^*s *-J-" %  ---..;. %  ^ii.i,';^



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r mAY. APRIL 14, 1950 Jeisiifhrknan PAGE FIFTEEN "Between You and Me" By BORIS SMOLAR (Copyright, 1948. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) DIPLOMATIC AFFAIRS: The State Department seems to hnretty much embarrassed over the fact that Britain, while armng the Arab states has flatly refected Israel's application for Jhe purchase of arms In England. It is now indicated in the flttte Department that the entire Middle East question may be raised by Secretary of State Dean Acheson at the forthcoming conference of Foreign Ministers in London • American delegates to the Zionist Actions Committee __which is to open its session in Jerusalem on April 19—have taken with them highly important recommendations concerning the future of the Jewish Agency. All of them want the Jewish Agency to continue its existence under its present name because of the psychological connotations implied, especially in connection with fund raising The Agency has never been incorporated under the laws of any country, except recently in the United States ... It came into being under the terms of the Palestine Mandate given to England by the League of Nations Now, that the Mandate is no longer in existence, the American delegates to the Actions Committee session will recommend that the Agency be declared a legal entity under a special act of the Israel Parliament The American Zionist leaders advocate that the Jewish Agency become an implementing arm of the World Zionist executive in matters of immigration and colonization The World Zionist executive would continue to exercise its controlling influence in the Jewish Agency which, under the recommendations of American leaders, would operate without being controlled or supervised by the Israel government. comet finally lost its tail and became Venus Some human beings, according to Dr. Velikovsky, survived the catastrophe of fire, flood and earthquake, but must have suffered "collective amnesia" Astronomers and Lantaf f Stresses Economy Need Emphasizing the necessity for economy in the federal government, William C. Bill Lantaff, candidate for the United States Congress from this district, this week outlined his program in talks throughout the district. Lantaff, member of the state legislature from Dade during the past two terms, said his program calls for a streamlining of the federal government to save the other scientists consider Dr i. Velikovsky's book "rubbish" andi| SSKJ 6 ? *li east three b,,llon "nonsense" ... To this the author answers that these scientists "still live in the 17th century" ... In fact, he claims, many of his critics did not even go to the trouble of reading his book A Hebrew scholar, Dr. Velikovsky has quite a record %s a student of science ... He studied medicine in Moscow, biology in Berlin, natural sciences in Edinburgh, and psychiatry in Zurich and Vienna ... His book, though published only two weeks ago, is in its fourth edition. MINOR MEMOS: dollars a year. This, he said, could be accomplished by consolidation of conflicting services and functions, elimination of unnecessary activities, halting excessive spending, balancing the budget and repeal of exhorbitant wartime excise taxes. Lighthouse For Blind Conducts Seal Drive Seal letters from the Miami Lighthouse for the Blind, 601 S.W. 8th Ave., are being delivered in the annual drive for funds to carry on the program of aid to the blind of Greater Miami. The lighthouse is supported entirely by the seal sale, contributions and memberships, Hal S. Pelton, vice president and seal chairman, pointed out in urging support of the sale. This year the program of aid includes the sightless at the lighthouse and also those at the newly established Negro branch. 2151 N.W. 6th Place, the first of its kind in the nation. The seal funds make it possible to train the blind and give them work on such projects as making rubber door mats and mops, and weaving rugs on looms especially designed for sightless workers. Pelton invited the public to SUNRAYIMK HEALTH RESORT HOTEL SANITARIUM FOB ROT. CONVALESCENCE AND CHMMC CASE! want rtt* Htup 111 *.W. KTCOVtT lAMi-ri nRirtA CONTROVERSIAL STUFF: An Israel citizen is now • the subject of great controversy among scientists and literary critics in the United States He is Immanuel Velikovsky, author of "Worlds in Collision," just published by Macmillan His book is attracting unprecedented attention because of sensational assertions which he makes in an effort to prove that a comet sideswiped the earth in the days of the Bible On the basis of his research, he claims that the opening of the Red Sea for the Jews during the Exodus from Egypt resulted from celestial disturbances These disturbances, he says, are also responsible for the fact that the sun later remained stationary in the sky during Joshua's battle at Jericho ... In brief, he develops a theory that about 1,500 B.C.E. a tremendous comet ran amok in the solar system This comet sideswiped the earth, caused earthquakes of terrific violence and drew the earth's waters from their usual beds ... In some places, the oceans' beds were exposed Thus, Dr. Velikovsky postulates, it was possible for the Israelites to cross the sea on dry land in their flight from Egypt The Ben Cone, president of the Jewish United Charities of Greensboro, is now serving as mayor of that city Marvin Lowenthal is now writing a onevolume history of the Joint Distribution Committee Eleven new communities have joined the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds during the past 13 months This brings the total number of member agencies in the Council to 255 In case you don't know, all proceeds and royalties from the book "A Measure of Freedom" by Arnold Forster—published this week—go to the Anti-Defamation League of the B'nai B'rith Manfred George, editor of the German-Jewish weekly Aufbau, has just published in booklet form a series of articles on Israel which he wrote for his paper during a recent visit to the Jewish state You will soon see a motion picture on the Jewish revolt against the German Army in the Warsaw Ghetto which was actually filmed in Warsaw The film, named "Border Street," has been brought to this country by Globe Film Distributors Film critics who have seen a preview of it in New York have paid it high tribute. During his two terms in the state legislature, Lantaff has compiled an enviable record and now is senior member of the Dade house delegation, recently voted ^ y -^^.?f?fi?_t n ?_^ 0U r Se -. a .l." th f visit'the h'ghttouseT^partieularly April 16, from 2 to 5 o'clock, when an open house will be held under the direction of Mrs. Hugh most outstanding and effective in the legislature." It was Lantaff who authored the bill in the 1949 session giving aid to cities, whereby some $3,500,000 will be returned to Dade municipalities for public improvements during this year. He also was an aggressive leader for improved public health, welfare, educational and flood control programs. Builders of Immortal Memorials for the Jewish Trade Matheson Palmer. and Mrs. Bascom H. LobfTFor the 2-Story White" Building THURMOND MONUMENT Co. MARKERS $35.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES Open Sundays Phone 4-3249 CHOICE FAMILY PLOTS In Jewish Section—Woodlawn Park Cemetery AVAILABLE NOW! 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1 %  PAGE SIXTEEN *-3mistfUrHkir Israeli Newsletter By ADA onm Arab Schooling TEL A'.T."—The _r.prerr-;r-:e; A:ir* Er.trin;f pera* '.:: expi.-_: r. '. :r, K-..vl Art: : ?TK:.....-: nr rx.' c -. ; -,_ .. .„ -,..,..... -: ~ l^r-i%  .:-. sfj :. A-V: %  : .:-^:.:V ; n ^;. -.: -J :;:u-r-.r.. ** Ctaaasn ?u;l -; :•: %  T-%  -"->' —->--":ber r-fAra: BOW ;: %  ;.: !C >v ^ -'-,: '— wn; 3; : • These :'.£_:;-----^-.-. -"~5" -" ir" %  -•— =_?e.-ISRAEL MINISTER FLIES HERE FOR UJA PARLEY ------. :J~". •-* "_ :.: -~~ hi met Israeli* Cni~t7:.r._*I"." -.: "*_" A -'-%  •* --:*_-* %  ; :.--. general Hebrew r::_.rr: ~~ *srae. ir.i r.;:. ?_.:rr_.£T ir : K3.VJ : Vnagosur I nil -•"_-.TO Held Regional — DOT Joseph. Minister of Meet In Orlando ?***? "* !* %  %  %  ? %  "—. Israel p c Teraaesi aad former "' 5yr-ll f. : A'--"* "nj*1 Xi^T Governor of Jerusalem. :a :•,:: : aad arriving fcy plane in the United States to address the National : Conference of the United Jewish Appeal which will convene this weekend. Saturday and Sunday. the Shoreham Hotel in WasbEn..-r "= head a the vestrj room i icac Jewish leaders attending the .._.-.: '•'Kffifregs: He -..; dia. \JJ\ Conference, will present a J^ :^ .':-; y:\rJP~1 report on Inf. current ... !:*: Lp£ £fa ^5^= and settlement B %  .;; %  :•£ needs. Outstanding leaders of the sal" xteresi :---..•;; by i semaiar Waal National Christian Committee of -. ***** %  %  W MBilHi MMB ^ DJA will also participate in A "•:.: t : I""/:-'. :i f ;r : -, : ,. ; hi; the conference, which will meet _Men planned by Macey Krueft** the 1950 campaign for the programs of the JDC. UP A and USNA reaches its peak. .*?** %  a*a son prendeatoftfaec %  Jews :.: there then :--.::are too ers ..--: :_r.= Orlanek •:_-•: Stem ----------.^j[ --i-= i-.2 — .-..-. : : = : =r. ; ;• Children's Eating To Be Discussed At Forum %  --A ires, is ^M fcfti iecuire an • -•: %  ; :_rr;r: pareDt educatioo :_. < 7-. %  enei a* the ICam: ; —. -. : "" to be held Wed--' T-.%  A~Schocu Judaran* Plan Israeli Fair -.Herb: Shcrpirc To Speck C"z E:en:cA ~-~^z: speak %  : %  C=rd Pzrrr Slr-.ec ...... • EM BERNIE SAFFER Worry .. Abccrl Yosr FOOD Is-er.s ir. e ^ crd the otiee ** —I detaSs to T03 WotLSa^ Bcr Mitxroa* Ea?3?eEse-ti Lawn Poraes CockteS F=rte*. Chidres ^^S**. Mee^ac^a, Btzfiete. .4 :-:'"r r Cf ... PHONE 5-C573 JACK taui BORSCHT ... SCHAV DELICIOUS HOT OR CHILLED FRIDAY. .Segal ReaigEis Prom \.I< IONI Bernard B. Segal has announced h:; resignation as Southeastern Field Representative of the Amer^an Jewish Congress effective Apr;: 30. In a letter to the leading members of the organization noting ".e. remained deeply interested m the objectives and program of the organization, be ; I have frequently stated as I do again: the Ame.-.car. Jewish Congress membership and program can be developed to a high degree and significance in the Greater Miam: community. It ;s desirable tha: ex-s:jig chapters should continue to grow: that mere people should be invited to :..-. that new chapters should be formed and new leadership encouraged, and thf t all members iavohrea should work harmiously. in d;gn:ty and with respect f:-r all personalities. : Btend to oe an active iwraoer f Congress and expect toj rerr.a.r. :.-. M:arr.:—my family anal '. _-:e this comrr.ur.ity and we! _: manv friends here." APRIL Sr}**" Beach, Fbon 5-35|5 w. PHESCRIp TlONS FILLED "^J? AJTO FRAMJ DUPLICATED LARGE SELECnON n LATEST STYLES Beaeh Optical I Semice 50 Lincela Road QUALITY D^edby L JjucifissMi mm Hi-Grade Food Co. 1733 N. W. 7th AT. phene U45S LITE QUE SHOWS? TRY "I RIGHT OR WROHG" \|Tt?ir5 Two to Three PJt DISC JOCKEY NOAH TYLER MAY PHONE YOU DUMB THE SHOW AND AS! YOU A QUESTION THAT WEL MEAN A NICE GIFT. %  ':--: z-.i :'.:-e—YcruT Fcronte Sx&tvr. :• M I I mi H* NOW THERE'S MORE BUDWEISER •••and there will be still more as our vast expansion program continues Budweiser ANHEUSEReBUSCH SAINT LOUIS Hr Pbone J-T4l Distributed by NATIONAL BRANDS, Inc. SAM BLANK. Pres. Man^ n*



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MDAY. APRIL 14, 1950 k-Ui nvrSdOnn PAGE SEVENTEEN aaaam anng] JEWS IN SPORTS By HASKELL COHEN ggggngHgnxnc—— the top teams in the nation next winter. .er 31 years at the helm "the City College basketball am. Coach Nat Holman, former Hgi'nal Celtic ace, has come up jth a national champion. A ven to one underdog in the feting. City College eliminated In Francisco, Kentucky, Dulesnc. and finally Bradley in recently completed National vitational Tournament. defeating Kentucky by Frty-nine points, 89-50, the City lllegc five reached a peak not tn before this year on the Garcourt. The boys were sensalal. Everything they shot went and they carried out their Ly S to perfection. After a while, Holman j\ist relaxed, sat ck, and beamed as his boys a job on the highly touted ys from old Kentucky. jr sophomores and one senior nprised the starting line-up ;th Co-Captains Irwin Dambrot, Ed Roman, and Al "Fats" jth leading the Jewish consent on the club. The other i are colored boys—Ed Warner Floyd Layne. City started off the season with L ery high rating due to the fact It its incoming sophomores |re rated the best in the East, t boys held up fairly well over first part of the year, but ggered for a while and droppednes to Canisius, Niagara, and ^acuse towards the closing half I campaign. On the basis of play against Niagara in Bruary, nobody gave the Vender five a chance for nanal honors and many condpd that the club didn't warbeing chosen among the best blve quintets who made up the pr of the National Invitannl Tournament, was quickly evident against Francisco that the young nan five had regained early on poise and would be a \lh club to hurdle. This fine evidenced m the contest Bnst the Far Westerners conned throughout the next three hes and the Beavers came (>ugh with their first national I which almost saw their coach ching the game on television, lolman was bedded with the I the day before the game and hngements were made for him Vatch the game over television a telephone at his bedside that he could communicate i Assistant Coach Bobby Sand ie bench. The last minute saw ians doctor agreeing to let veteran mentor go to the den, despite the fact that he been running a temperature 102. Holman is a cool, calling man who rarely gives T to emotion, but he was overJmed by the splendid efforts U.s k.ds and, for the first time [ears, forgot his austerity in | Post-game festivities. • • • Bqucsne University of Pittsln. which finished fourth in lational Invitational Tourna. snowed the fans a promisIPayer in Art Goldberg of IKlyn, New York. Goldberg, Rpiiomore, impressed the onp wth his coolness under and gives promise of helping the Iron Dukes among It is becoming clearly evident that the game of basketball, once dominated completely by Jewish boys in the East, is finding less and less Jewish performers each year. New York City, a breeder of basketball players has folded up several Jewish Community Centers where boys formerly developed into splendid players. Perhaps the movement underfoot now by the Jewish Welfare Board to strengthen its basketball program will aid in bringing back good basketball among Jewisn participants. New York high schools are graduating several good Jewish ball players but nowhere near the amount that used to matriculate in former years. Only one senior, Boris Nachamkin of Thomas Jefferson High School, figures to make all-Met honors which is a sad contrast to the situation ten or fifteen years ago. • Joe Ginsberg has been belting that ball at a lively clip in the Detroit Tigers training camp, but it seems to no avail. Although Joe appears to be the best bet for future honors among the Bengal mask men, he is slated to return to Toledo. This unfortunate situation arises because the Tigers are afraid to release their $75,000 bonus baby Frrank House, who has proved to be a dismal flop. Nevertheless, they are not desirious of dropping a $75,000 chattel until he has been given every oportunity to make the grade. Second Session Gets Underway At Biseayne As was to be expected Biscayne got off to a flying start when the greyhounds returned last Tuesday for the second part of the meeting. Practically all the performers that raced at the early meet were on hand for the opening and the Spring Inaugural drew an exceptionally brilliant array of talent. Such stars as Mountain Time, War Edge, Fain, Asset, Black Badger, Nyoka Karlrock and Forever After gave the fans plenty of thrills as they sped around the 5/16 course. All eight were great favorites at the early meeting. It is going to be something special to watch when Real Huntsman, Beach Comber, Dolphin and Mountain Time meet at the northside oval, what with Beachy reaching out for his hundredth victory, Real Huntsman shooting after more laurels after compiling a record that gave him the title of juvenile champ, Mountain Time, with six firsts to his credit when he left Biscayne last December including a victory over Beach Comber and Dolphin which set the worldchamp back three times at West Flagler. Add to this quartet scores of speed stars of the first magnitude and you'll have an idea what's in store for fans during the coming 45 nights of racing at old Biscayne.—H. M. Fleming. PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. | Miami's One And Only JEWISH I MONUMENT BUILDERS [Large Stock Jn Hand For Immediate Deliveryl Serving the Jewish Community Since 1932 Exclusive Dealers ROCK of AGES MEMORIALS *^-:4-Jjp Q..1 '277-79 S.W. 8th Street Phone 4-5922 Obituaries LESTER HIRSCH awav"A,.i"iT -"'"?""•'•?<'" AV„ paused „,f A|,r '•,A winter visitor from g*£L *y tar sons and three ?o win"' The '"mains were returned !£,.., """msDort for Interment and MrVtCM by Rlversnle Memorial Chapel of Miami Beach. ABRAHAM SHERMAN i„l S ?>' '•"••" %  on Ave. passed awav J}. M a r h ho*l>ltal on April 8. A resident here for five years. Mr ^rv']." 1 i M iani1 fr, n Wii hir.Kton D. c where the remains were BEH ,1 W vlca ? i,ml Interment hv l^h fc Mon,orlal Cha "" "' Miam "' srwssarwff a vetera o t MAX SILVER .miH^'i 372 C, ,llln8 Ave • asse away suddenly on April S. A visitor from M,'1? V i. Mn Mr Kilver w '" thf metal business. He is survived by his JSSi V ba The remains were sent to .i. ,l? r ser^ps and Interment bv !J* '<>versl7, of Brooklyn, N. Y., passed away m a. Beach hospital on April 8. Mr. Weinfc-ar was brought here from the north for hospitallsation about six w ?. „ aK He ls survived by his wife, Rose, and three sons, Murray, (.eoi-Ee, and Dr. IrvingWelngar of Brooklyn. The remains were returned to Brooklyn for services and interment bv the I,iv.-: side Memorial Chapel of Miami Reach. ABRAHAM VONDAREFF 68, a winter visitor from Washington, passed away In a Beach hospital on April 8. He Is survived bv his wife, Ida, one son, Daniel and a" daughter, Mrs. Helen Feldberg, all of Washington, where the remains were sent for services and Interment by the Riverside Memorial Chapel of Miami Beach. AARON LINZER 6o, of 3174 Sheridan Ave., a winter visitor from the Bronx, passed away oil April 9. Mr. Llnzer, a manufacturer Of brushes, is survived by his wife, Dorothy; one son and one daughter. He was a veteran of the first World War. MICHAEL A. PODOLOFF 14. passed away in a Beach hoaoltal on April 9. Michael who was visiting here from Schenectady, is survived by his parents Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Podoloff. Riverside Memorial Chapel of Miami Beach were In charge of the arrangements. The remains u-.-r,. sent to Schenectady for services and interment. HIRAM SOLOMON53, of 5945 N. Bay Road, died suddenly on April 10. A textile manufacturer, Mr. Solomon is survived by his wife, Carolyn; one daughter, Emma Jean; and one sister, Roslyn Solomon. The remains were sent to New York for services and interment by the Riverside Memorial Chapel, of Miami Beach HARRY MALMUD 61. of 1021 N.W. 20th Ave., passed away In a local hospital on Monday. A realtor, Mr. Malmud came here eight months ago from the Bronx to which the remains were sent for services and Interment by Miami Riverside Memorial Chapel. LEO KAY Passed away In a local hospital this week. He Is survived by his wife Bertha. The remains were sent to Chicago for services and interment by the Beach Memorial Chapel. ISAAC SCHWARTZ Passed awav this week in a local hospital. He Is survived by his wife Rose. The remains were sent to New York for services and Interment by the Beach Memorial Chapel. Kadimah Chapter To Meet On April 13 A meeting of the Kadimah Chapter of Pioneer Women will be held on Thursday, April 13, at 8:30 p.m. at Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. Members of the Golda Meyerson Club of Pioneer Women will be special guests at the meeting. A film entitled "Labor Is Israel" will be shown following the short business meeting. Mrs. Ceil Albert, Dorothy Alpert and Helen Stern will be hostesses. Beach Masada To Meet A meeting of Miami Beach Masada will be held on Tuesday, April 20. at 9 p.m. at the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center. Highlight of the meeting will be the election of officers for the year 1950-51, it has been announced by President Gilbert Rappaport. Beth El I'll To Sponsor Dance The Beth El PTA will sponsor its annual spring variety dance on Sunday, April 16, at 8 p.m. at the Dora August Memorial Hall, according to Mrs. Herman Cantor, president. Danny Lapin's orchestra will play for dancing and entertainment, refreshments and prizes will be provided, Mrs. Seymour Polin, dance chairman, has announced. Beth David Sisterhood Will Meet Wednesday A meeting of the Beth David Sisterhood is scheduled for Wednesday, April 19, at 1 p.m. at the new synagogue, according to Mrs. Harry Gordon, president. 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PAGE EIGHTEEN Jurist th**** !" Sigi LEGAL NOTICE FLORIDA. — IX CHAXCERY. NO. JUNE MARIE TRAKAS. Plaintiff, vs. PETER TRAKAS. Tvrendant. •I vi isli Agency, Tel llai Fond Jn Aeeord The Jewish Agency this week announced the signing of an agreement with the Tel Hai Fund. T6:~PETER~ TRAKAS, central fund of the World Zionist W ZZfmZZS?* StrMt Revisionist Organization, under You*? !" required to serve a oopr the terms of which all the Amer-' of your answer to the Bin of comican aff .Hates of the latter.will .u.n^for pu-orc. & ^gffi cease campaigning for lunas or ansWrr :n t he office of the Clerk of materials for any Israel purposes the Circuit Court on or Mort the during 1950. da >' ot MaT *&."&*&£!!"*& LEGAL noncE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS IV iKS^IT CODBT OP THK ,S THE WCTTt T^OESiMW ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT N AND FOR 1*1* £1* N "' IX AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FI.ORIDA. — W I'ROBA I fc. ->"• Complaint heretofore filed ill be taken as confessed by BUI o herein Dated this 7 day of April. 1*50. E B. LEATHERMA.N. Clerk of the Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida. Under the agreement, the Zionist Revisionist Organization has been granted a sum of money to be used for constructive work in Israel. The allocation is in addi-, CIrcult "• ^f,' tion to the amounts normally By R. H. RICE. JR.. spent by the Jewish Agency n' „.„. MI LLER pUtr behalf of the members of the $f t0 Y^?f 0 r .hV^ntiK Zionist Revisionist Movement in 1311 Lincoln Road the course of the agency;* regular Miami^BeAch. Florid* colonization, immigration, absorption and Youth Aliyah program. The agreement bans the collection of funds or materials for Israel bv all organizations directly or indirectly affiliated with the Zionist Revisionist Movement, among which are: the American Committee for National Child Centers in Israel, the Palestine Pioneers Foundation. Inc.. the NOTICE OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCl. IT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. KATHERIXE WYNER. Plaintiff, vs. BERNARD WYNER. Defendant. TO: BERNARD WYNER Residence Unknown BERNARD WYNER co Dorothy Rubin AsheviUe, North Carolina You, BERNARD WYNER. are herebv notified th-t a Bill of Complaint 23919. In Re: ESTATE I 'r SOLOMON WIGDOR. To .(^Creditors am! All PjrjJM Ha*; ing Claims or Demands Against Said vf"'and each of you. are hereby notified and required to Pf*** 1 an> r and demand? wh,ch > u, !>' ei'hex of vou, may have against tne estate of Solomon Wlgdor, deceased. late of Dade County, Florida, to the H W F. Blanton. County Judge of Dade County, and file the same In hi? office In the County Courthouse in Da.le County. Florida within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will! be barred. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Date March 7. A.D. 1*0. HARRY WIUDOR JACOB WGDOR As Executors of the Last V. II I and Testament of Solomon Wlgdor. Deceased. __ MYERS, HEMAN KAPI^AN 450 Seybold Bldg.. Miami, Fla. Attorneys for executors 4 14-21-2S 5.5 7 r, 7" :; .. • bv notinea tn-t a DIII 01 >.'"i American Committee for the ISa1 f> r Divorce has been filed against you. tional Sick Fund of Palestine, the I and you are required to serve a copy T-.i xii c.A o.-; TVumrtalilnr • of your Answer or Pleading to tne Tel Hai Fund. Br.t Trumpeldor "^ of Q,,,^,,,, on the p!a intiffs Attorney. ThecKlore J. Sakowits. Esq.. ••22 Seybold Building. Miami. Florida and file the nririnal Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the lr.th dav of May. 1950 If you fail to do so. judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded of America. Inc.. and the League for Jewish National Labor in Palestine. The agreement is the latest of a series previously reached with the Mizrach: Palestine Fund (inCludmg ^^^"^^^^'^^A^D^^^V a, Miami. Constructive Fund of the v. orlo. I F nda h: daJ of Aprll A D Confederation of General Zion, 193(1. ists. World Agudath Israel, and World Union of Poale Agudath Israel These agreements similarly ban American affiliates of these movements from campaigning for funds or materials for Israel purposes during 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAX. Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) Bv WM. W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. THEODORE J. SAKOWITZ 922 Seybold Building Miami, Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 4 14-21-28 5'5 Film To Be Shown At Jewish Home For Aged "The Roosevelt Story," fulllength Hollywood film depicting the life of the late President Franklin D. Roosevelt, will be shown this Sunday afternoon. April 16. at the Jewish Home for the Aged. The special showing, scheduled for 3 p.m., is open to the public, and admission is free. It will be sponsored by the Dade County Pepper committee. Another showing of the movie will be given Tuesday. April 18, 7:45 p.m. at Pepper precinct NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEX that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of A L A D SALES PROMOTION at 6375 S.W. 27th Street. Miami. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ALFRED ADLER MARTIN FINKELSTEIN Attorney for Alfred Adler 4.14-21-28 5 '5 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA—No. 22710. RE: ESTATE OF MARY JAFFE, formerly MARY JAFFE GREEN, Deceased. NOTICE Is hereby given that 1 have filed mv final report and petition for Final Discharge as Executrix of the estate of Mary Jaffe. formerly Mary Jaffe Green, deceased: and that on the 5th day of May. 1950. will apply to the Honorable W. F. Blanton. ('ounty Judge of Dade County. Florida. for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Executrix of the Estate of Mary Jaffe, formerly Mary Jaffe Green, deceased. This 3rd day of April, 1950. JOAN ANN SILVER. Executrix of the Et. of Mary Jaffe, formerly Mary Jaffe Green, deceased. BUT STONE Attorney for Executrix Congress Bldg. 4/7-14-21-28 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious.mmti of THE COUXTY FAIR AUCTIONEERS a5<61 N.W. 27th Avenue. Miami, Kiorida. intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. JACK ROSEN' and JOSEPH WEINHERG MARTIN FINKELSTEIN Attorney for Jack Rosen and Joseph Welnberg 4/14-21-28 5'5 raiDAjf^App^ IN AN D FOR ,l C '* %  Ca FLORIDA. |v£ A J>E > 13144. IN CHANTDefendant. 8 U "U TO: BETTY Hun*, „ 2121 Grand c.^J^ti Bronx"." New York" 1 a Bill for against you cause and you to serve a : N f 'TlrTa. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Cooperative for the Blind at City of Miami. County of Dade. intends to NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 121718. ALOIS SEIER. Plaintiff, vs. P.OSINA SEIER. Defendant YOU, ROSIN A SEIER. c/o J F. Perl. Box 545, Route 1. Rosevl'.le. California, are hereby notified that a Rill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney. MAX R SILVER, 922 Seybold Building. Miami, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 8th day of May" 1950. If you fAil to do so. judgment bv default will be taken against vou for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 5 day of April, A.D. 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. MAX R. SILVER 922 Seybold Building Miami Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 4/7-14-21-28 NOTICE TO CREOITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 238S3. In Re: ESTATE OF THOMAS D. ABBOTT. Deceased. To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you. are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of THOMAS D. ABBOTT, deceased late of Miami. Dade County, Florida, to the Hon. W. F. Blanton Countv Judge of Dade County, and file the same in his office in the County Courthouse in Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar month-s from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Date April 4, A.D. 1850. JACK A. ABBOTT and BERNARD L. ABBOTT As Executors of the Last Wilt and Testament of Thomas D. Abbott Deceased. JACK A. ABBOTT Attorney for Executors 4/7-14-21-28 Y 2S. A R ? HKKKET Divorce ha, ">e above .c.v* a copy "of £22*' the Bill „f c,n r lan UrAl Jiffs attorneys £ a ,i,,, 011 In the office of the (W ." I 2gr. on or \££%ff • thi Of -.,.. %  bU will be taken as IT MIAUL FLORIDA. This I I Apt •" E B LEA-HERMAN. rk of the C -rt Seal) By WM W KING D*f' ." :,: K*PLAN. D7ETZ A.LA8KY and 5EPH W. MALEK iln Road tors foi Plaintiff 4 14-2i-a NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of PARK BAR AND GRILL at 1587 West %  -"'•-'" :'•:!-: •_.-•• r *l:>\ name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. WILLIAM J F, iISH S "r,r MYERS. HEIMAN AND KAPLAN Attorneys for William J. Bolsh 4 7-14-21-M t 5 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. VIVIAN POLLOCK WILT-JAMA. Plaintiff, vs. OLIVER WENDELL WILLIAMS, Defendant. TO: OLIVER WENDELL WILLIAMS. 927 Edgewood Avenue. Trenton. New Jersey. YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to serve a copy of your Answer to the Bill of Complaint In the above cause for Divorce, on the plaintiffs attorneys, and file the original In the office of the Clerlr of the Circuit Court, on or before May 5th, 1S50. otherwise said Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed by you. Dated this 4th day of April, 1950. E. BTLEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit CourL Dade County, Florida. •Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN. Solicitors for Plaintiff. 950 Sevbold Building, Miami 32. Florida. 4/7-14-21-28 IN TH^cT; t ?-!, T c R ELEVENTH J I'DlClVL 1J1247. tMAACH In Re: The Adoption of infsm ROBERT oLmnu by HOWARD FOX TO: ANTIU.NT OUVIFRr 9828 Oxford AvVJue EW Philadelphia, Pennsyimni. TOU ARE HEREBY KBoni be and appear in the iSd Court on the 21st dav of *' and to show cause whv i for adoption filed by HOWARD! KKeklng th c adoption 5 tri Thta Notice i B to be D JMS The Jewish Florldlsn 0M| 3 for four (41 consecutive This the >th dar of Jl E. II LEAT Clerk of the I ,~, I,ad County, FVtal (Orcuit Court S.i) ^ By M. C. MYERS. HEIMAN ft KAPUS' Seybold liuildlng Miami, Florida 3/24-31 4 7-14 NOTICE UNDER FICTITigril NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY G.. the undersigned, desiring to (. business under the futltkau t Coronet Hotel at (i(i Col Miami Bench, Inlendi lo I name with the dent of i Court of Pads Tomb-, Flwui STEIX.V HOTEL By BARK Bn Seoeon; 1/31 4/7-14-21-tt NOTICE UNDEB MBtfM NAUE LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY Gfl the undersigned, dwiruu;tot business under the fictlttous I Nattar Rattan at 1215 N. Avenue. Miami. Fonda, register said name with ] the Circuit Court ol P Florida. „ EVELTN S. L1BBE AXLR0D LEO AXLE0D LIEBMAN AND ROSEN Attorneys for Applicant! J/Il 4/7-14-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE :.< HEREBY GIVEN that • gned, :.-lrlng to eneage in %  flctltl is name of SUPERIOR WINDOW CO. at Dade P ntend to registi i rttl • 'Ircuit Court of Ia le Countv. Florida. AL BRENNER HA RENNER EDWARD UDELSON • %  : FABER > for aj.p'.icar.ts 4 :-:4-. ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! The Jewish Floridion solicits your legal notice*. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accarate BOT? Ice at legal rates. Phone 2-1141 *oc m NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY. No. ltitM. HARRY UNGER. Plaintiff, vs. SADIE UNGER. Defendant. TO: SAPIE UNGER. Defendant 484 Brooklyn Avenue Brooklyn New York YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a suit for divorce has been brought against you by HARRY UNGER. and you are required to serve a copy of your written defense*, if any. on the Plaintiff's Attorney, and file the original In the office of the Clerk of the circuit Court on or before the 20 day of April, l<-3". in default of which the BUI of Complaint will be taken as confessed against yotl Dated this 20 dav of March. ItSO E. B. LEATHERMAN Clerk of Circuit Court, i Circuit Court Seal I By R. H RICE. JR.. Deputy Clerk. GEORGE J. TAUANOFF M Lincoln Road Beach, Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 3 24-31 4-7-14 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY. No 131109. FAY BERGER, Plaintiff, vs. ISIDOR RERGER. Defendant. NOTICE LSDER FICTITIOUS I NAME LAW NOTICE :.HEREBY GIVEN that : •v JI lerstfned desrrina \ L-aee in | line of To: ISIDUR RERcipnT ^.'S SiKS^y.HVir K at 141 29is We^t 24th sueet SW. North R.^er Dnve, Miami, Fla.. C 0 nev Island intends to register said name with Brooklvn, New York >fDadei You aVe herlby ordered and required to serve a copy of your Answer County. Florida MARTIN I.AIBSON. Owner 31S3 S W. 27th Lane. Miami F>a. 4-7-14-21-2S NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida LEO HOHAUSER WILLIAM H. BARONDESS 4/T-14-M-2I to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce 14 '"PV of which is enclosed herewith, on Plaintiffs attorney, and file the fEf'KL'V 1 }? ff,c of ,h rl r >> ot the Circuit Court on or before the Utfe day of April. 150, otherwise the .al.ecatlons of said Bill will be taken ou. Florida, this 15th LEATHERMAN. Court aW 6 C rCU,t C Urt By R. H. RICE. JR., SAMtTEL J. RAND. AtuSS^ ^^ 417 Seyhold BulMina orney Miami. Florida ^ i/tSfr 4/7-ie NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 13153o. MARY COMBLO Plaintiff, vs. FRANK COMBLO, Defendant. TO: FRANK COMBLO, 122 Washington Street, Mamaroneck. New York. YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a Bill of Complaint for divorce has been filed against you in the above cause, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer on the plaintiff's attorney and file the original In the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the I8th day of April, 19.'.0: otherwise, the allegations of said R'Al of Complaint will be taken as confessed Bv vou. DATED this 29th day of March. 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) llv WM. W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. JACK A. ABBOTT. Attorney for Plaintiff, (27 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Fla. 3 31 4 7-14-21 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FI-oRIDA. — IN PROBATE. No. 238S9. In Re: ESTATE OF RoRERT GRAUSO. I>eceased. To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you. or either of you, mav have against the estate of ROBERT GRAUSO. deceased, late of PASSA1C County, NEW JERSEY. to the Hon. W. F. PI.ANTON. County Judge of Dade County, and file the same In his office In the Countv Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Date March 27, A.r. 1959. JOSEPH W. MALEK. As Ancillary Administrator of the Estate of ROBERT GRAUSO, Deceased. KAPLAN. DIETZ A LASKT and JOSEPH W. MALEK Attorneys 35 Lincoln Road, Miami Beaoh, Fla. /*r 4/7-14-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITI^ NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GH the umler-icned, deslrinf loi business under the fid: low" TAMIAMI HOTEL at Flagler Street, M'"";' ter said name wltli tbei Circuit Coirl^g HERMAN SCHIH Partners HARRY DIETZ Attorney for applicant 3/31 4'7-14-:i NOTICE UNDER !" NAME LAW NOTICE IS HBREBTO the undersigned d business under the W"OTJ Standard H-''"' 1(ler ^ia if Avenue, • %  '"" %  J^tiWl Bras? ss s?l Florida. R0| ERTgg^ 1/17-24-31 4 i-H NOTICE IS HEMgy the und, ,'/ %  dV business %  •••• ,;5 T {s.If GIFTS I • %  M -\ K la £riM ington Av "' a !" id a Co"" ^ANITAJJU MARILYS UBBMAN ASDjggl Attorneys for Aj* u,p 502 Bisi-nyne 1/24-31 4 7-U EldBNOTICE BY K IN THE CIRfCIIJ BLEVKNT1I n\ IN AND FI.ORIDA. fOE Ml IN 131174 K plat* Circuit Court on • -Dafe'dX'-H^. Clerk o" M (Circuit Court^ejJ w DeCOSTAS. MAW^ Attorneys (••[ Busoayne ""**; Mtarrrt li Florw J/X-ll f/TJ4



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IV. APRIL 14, 1950 Jfcn/sftffcrjHft>*7 RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY PAGE NINETEEN p le israeJ (Reform). 137 9th Si. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Emeritus. evening services at 8:15. Melsel. sisterhood president, „.ii,'. the blessinR over the ";„,-( BpMfcer will be Rabbi Share, of Congregation f I'rayer, New Orlouns, who ';„.(, ,,'n "Has Judaism a Mean' %  \ lh Modern DajW*' Dr. Kaplan ruliiel tlie services. A reception %  MI Share's honor will follow. v morning rnCM at 11 a.m. ., ,,, mil preach on 'Religion Rothlng, Expects Much." Con%  i ill participate. tjsh Community Center ervative). 2020 Polk St.. rood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig; Fridfl) services at 5:80. \*nle Mn ea ii 8:15. Rabbi Honig „,,k on "Let's <'•<> Forward." fctien "1 "ew officers and dlgaturday morning services at ill,in ill preach on the Weekly i i,I in, Law, Religious school at 1" B.m. hple Emanu-El (Reform), |. Andrews Ave.. Fort Laud, Dr. Marius Hanson. Rabbi. I choir "f the rark Temple list Church will take part In Rday's services and will be ] (our selections. Rabbi Ranson Liu, i the service and speak on [Kiitli Vour Firm Decision!" A will follow tendered by the ,7,il under the direction of Mrs. rkowitl and Mrs. Abe Taller. |bl:c is invited. Hebrew school temple Saturday at 9 a.m. school Sunday at 9:45. (pie lietn Snoiom (Liberal), Chase Ave.. Miami Beach. Leon Kronish; Cantor I Kelemer. Anniversary service. Friday %  services at 8:16. Rabbi Kronish I on "Can Modern American a I'riestly People?" Newly officers and board members Installed. Oneg Shabbat follows. tervlce 10:45 a.m. David Levins will become liar ni Hebrew School and ConIon (Orthodox). 1101 S.W. kve. Rabbi Simon April. t Berele Kelemer. evi ii'services at 6:30. nine t 9, Rabbi April %  "ii Ethics." MIshna Mil ha at (i::',ll full,, wed am. Dallj Bervlce 7:80 a.m. m p.m. Sunday school at I" !•• % %  I I from 3:30 to 6:30. legation Beth David (Conve), Coral Way and 26th |Babbi Max Shapiro; RT. Mamches. Sntui day morning at 3. atlon in vestry room nlng at IU:20 under dilf J. i-ome B, Gordon and Louts nil} services at 8 a.m. and Maariv at B p.m. Sunday It 10 a.m. Religious Congregation, W. 2nd St. Is Saturday morning at 9:00 kegation Kneseth Israel |onal). 1415 Euclid Ave., Beach. Rabbi Isaac H. i Friday 8:16i Maariv 6:30 May morning services 8:30. will speak ..n "Strange Jewish Religion." Bar lot David Coldman, grandson IJII.I Mrs, K. Goldman. 44.". t .: '." Rabbi Ever will lecture i-iiias of the Fathers." 6 followed bj si,„i.,s Beduos. %  "'ks h> guests. Maariv %  £'"> II,.|„-,. W s ,.| Ul0 | Monday ipjnursday at ?,::;. Dally class morning services. n customs and laws •' nnd Maariv services. %  %  nd 6:15 p.m. nS. n^ JeWi,h C n (Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. SkopCantor Joseph W. Malek: Steve Kessler. organist. Palermo Ave. near Le Jeune. Services Friday evening at 8-1S Msterhood Sabbath. James Whitehea, d J r nir .?' ""' N "al tonf. ,'. of Christians and Jews, will present citation to group for Its inter-faith program durin c Brotherhood Week ( oral Gables In which church women participated In Institute j.n Judaism "erbert (.i-.ernter, president of the center will outline the program of tho sisterhood. Rabbi Skop will sneak on Jewish Women Who Live In Jewish History." Saturdav at 9-la Sabbath service with Torah" studv and Interpretation of the weekly portion. Ijally Hebrew school and liar Mitzvah class; Sunday school. Adult Seminar \\. Hi, sdays at X p.m. with lectures In Customs and Ceremonies; classes in Hebrew. Temple Isaiah (Reform). 1536 Bay Road. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moshay P. Mann. Friday evening services at 8:15 conducted by Rabbi Moshay P. Manri with Dr. Paul Beck as cantor. Sermon topic will be "Why I'rayer Coes Unanswered.' Congregational meeting following the services. Congregation xoung Israel (Orthodox). 4001 Chase Ave., Miami Beach. Service Friday night at 6; Saturday night at 6 Mlncha services followed by Shalos Seudos. Services Monday to Thursday 8 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. All loung Israel members In the area are invited to attend. TTereth Israel Congregation of Miami (Orthodox). 4316 N.W. 7th Avenue. Friday evening services at 6:15 p.m.; Saturday 9:30 a.m. with Mincha at G. Rev. R. Brill will conduct the services. All residents in that area are invited to attend. Congregation Beth El (Orthodox). 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Friday evening services at 6:13 p.m. Saturday morning services at 8:30. Rabbi Grauer will preach on the Portion of the Week." Junior Congregation at lo a.m. Mincha at ii followed by shalos Snudos. Dally services Si a.m. and ft p.m. Religious school daily at 3:80, Sunday school at 1. Hebrew Academy, 918 6th St., Miami Beach. Dally Bible class r,:ir. p.m. Dallj services at 7::ii) a.m. and 8:15 p.m. Sunday at s a.m. Northside Jewish Center, Douglas Gardens, N.E. 2nd Ave. and 53rd St. Sabbath services Friday at R:30 p.m. Sunday school classes every Sundnv t the office of Dr. Wm. Boros, 85B N.W. 62nd St. Hebrew classes under direction of Rev. Philip Fried at C701 N.W. 4th Ave. on Mondays and Thursda) from 4 to 6 p.m. North Dade Jewish Center (Conservative), 13630 W. Dixie Highway, North Miami. Friday evening services at 8:15. Saturday morning services at 10. Congregation Beth Tfilah (Orthodox). 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Friday evening services at 1:15; Saturday morning at 8:30. The rabbi will preach on the Portion of the Week. At .". p.m. Rabbi Ituckovsky wili speak on "We Are Counting," followed by Mincha at ."i:30, Shalos Seudos and .Maariv. Daily services 7:30 a.m. followed by class In Mishna. Mincha services at 6:15 followed on Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays by class In Laws and Customs, and on Mondays and Wednesdays by class In Jewish Legends of the Talmud. Congregation Beth Jacob (Orihodox), 301-311 Washington Are., Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Friday evening services at 6:15. Saturday morning at 8:30. Daily rallglous school at 3:30. Miami Beach Jewish Community Center (Conservative), 1701 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. Friday evening service at S:30; Saturday morning at 9 a.m. First Jewish Congregation of Coral Gables, 2410 Ponce de Leon Blvd. (Conservative). Friday evening services at 8:30 Dr. Abraham lessen will officiate. An Dneg Shabbat will be served by the Sisterhood. Members and friends are Invited to attend. Flagler-Granada Jewish Center, 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 Centex (Conservative), 7110 Bay Drive, Miami Beach (Aits Chaim Congregation). Rev. Philip Fried. Friday evening services at 8:lj p.m. The rabbi will speak. Beach Y Will Present Oil. Sculpture Exhibit The art committee of the Miami Beach YM & WHA will present an oil and sculpture show from April 16 to 26 at the Y. Artists in the area have been invited to submit three oils or pieces of sculpture on Monday, April 10. Only works which have not previously been displayed in this community will be accepted. Judges for awards will be F. A. Robinson, Byron Newton and James Lunnon. Mrs. Stevens, Jack Bell Nominated For Awards Mrs. T. T. Stevens and Jack Bell, Miami Herald columnist, have been nominated for Outstanding Citizen's Awards, it has been announced by Chairman Louis Snetman. Mrs. Stevens was cited for her 25 years of civic activity in Dade County and particularly her work with the Dade County Planning Board, the Bay Oaks Home and the American Cancer Society. Bell was nominated for "his outstanding leadership as chairman of the fund drive to complete the Florida Children's Hospital." Any individual or group may nominate a person for the outstanding man or woman of 1949 by listing the nominee's civic achievements and mailing th letter ;o Chairman Louis Snetman, 330 Seybold Building. THOUSANDS HAVE PURCHASED SANDS MEMORIALS DESIGNERS • DISTRIBUTORS • ERECTORS HEBREW LETTERING. VEILING. ETC. Estimates The Finest Your Answer That Please You Obtainable 48-1413 I I 1 i JEWISH CUISINE LUNCHEON SPECIALS SANDWICHES SOUR CREAM WITH COTTAGE CHEESE SOUR CREAM WITH VEGETABLES Air-Conditioned NOW AVAILABLE -HOME USE • ~^SS CONTAINS THI CONTAINS THI MIGHTY "lindane", CHLORDANE DOT and PYRETHRINS KILLS ALL! I Open TIIK <.\ltlH\ "ON THE TRAILIB. W. 8lh STREET PHONE 4-3155 FAMOUS FOR GOOD FOOD Recommended by DUNCAN HINES VISIT OUR NEW PATIO— From 12 Noon — MRS. MARIA FREYER. Owner DEAL FOR LUNCHEONS AND PRIVATE PARTIES [ALPINE LOUNGE — MAGIC RUDY From VIENNA PULL LEVER 9A AND HELP ELECT BILL LANTAFF YOUR WORKING U.S. CONGRESSMAN Democratic Primary May 2, 1950 (Pd. Pol. Adv.) SEH0LD INSECTS A Proven, Effective & Stainless Insect Spray leaving a powerful, invisible residue that' kills for weeks. FOR: ANTS, ROACHES, WATERBUGS, TICKS, FLEAS, SCORPIONS, CARPET BEETLES, SILVER FISH, MOTHS, FLIES, MOSQUITOES, GNATS, ETC. MFG. AND USED BY Sold at drug, grocery, hardware and sundrj stores. If not available at your favorite store call 5-3444 for the nearest TN distributor. FLORIDA'S IARGEJT EXTERMINATING CO Pioneer Jewish Camp of the South CAMP OSCEOLA FOR BOYS FOR GIRLS On Lake Osceola On Silver Lake HendersonviHe. N. C. Horse Shoe, N. C. REGISTRATIONS ACCEPTED FOR A 4 WEEK SESSION OR THE 8 WEEK SEASON e Private Swimming Pools • Rich. 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• PAGE TWENTY Capitol Spotlight By MILTON FRIEDMANWASHINGTON—John J McClov, U.S. High Commissioner for Ger'manv. is under heavy fire in Washington for allowing former S.S. troopers to kick P*^P le around :n Wuerttemberg-Baden. The S.S. men have been allowed to evict victims of Nazi persecution from the Rotweg housing development. Rotweg. a model community, was built in 1939 for members of the S.S.. Hitler s Elite Guard. The German Ministry oi Justice recently ordered the present occupants, mostly persecutees. put out and the buildings returned to the S.S. families. The evictees, who opposed H:tlensm. are begging :n vain for US help. Official Washington nas known .the details of the affair for over a month but nobody :s doing anything about it. Meanwhile, the S.S. men are boldly rec'.aiming their quarters, kicking persecutees out into the street. McClov has not insisted on an investigation. Major Gen. Charles P Gross. U.S. Commissioner for Wuerttemberg-Baden. said that the case :s purely a German affair. When the first house was reled a partv was held, it was reported. S.S. men and friends gathered to defiantly sing tne 5t Wessel" and other Nazi hymns Meanwhile. McClov wrote Rep. nuel Celler. D-N Y. That he hates to interfere. MrCloy explained. "I believe the surest guarantee against the resurgence of Nazi forces and ideas is the aroused determination of the German people, acting through their own organs of self-government and justice to curb abuses • • • There is a growing belief in Washington that our German occupation is a failure. After five years, "-"appears the United States is only barely begun to instill a belief in democracv in the minds I tt Germans. There are those to believe Germany can be trusted. O'.ht:? say we should keep a tight lid on German affairs In either case, there are a few inescapable facts that shoulo ncern us. ugh Jews in Germany been all but wiped out. hatred of Jews is on the in briel ( st-war drop. A • made bv Dr. Saul Pad over. DS tool oi Pol.tics of -.-.-. New S:r. :1 for Social Reset that 19 per cent of the G-:."_:.-".".'. are antiSr %  '--' %  that the -. cut illion tc nly • to aid U.JA. The committee is under the chairmanship of Rep. Franklin D. Roosevelt. Jr.. and includes such people as Secretar> of Agriculture Charles F. Brannan. Secretary of Interior Oscar Chapman. Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt. Sen. Robert A. Taft. Mrs. J. Borden Harriman. Philip Murray. House Majority Leader John MtCormack and others. Recentlv. members of the committee began receiving mail from the so-called "West \ lrginia Anti-Soviet Education League. Sen. Taft received a letter complaining that he had joined with ••Congressman Franklin D. Roosevelt. Jr.. and his un-American mother to act as co-chairman in raising S272.455.800 for the special benefit of organized Jewry. "Your action in this matter is a great disappointment to millions of us who were looking to you for leadership and who had hoped that you would not lend your name "to such a project and wuold not attempt to 'outbid' young Roosevelt for the Zionist-Marxist New York Jewish vote. •• It is far more unfortunate, that the Christian and Gentile, politicians are almost forced to | follow this Jewish publicity mai chine, and its unlimited political j money power, of which you (Taft) are now a "front" Like his father, young Roosevelt has sold out to world Judaism. We must! have a president who will stand for Christian constitutional gov| ernment.'* 2 [ F I that the Gei %  trust!i] t more. t. at any tin e sine* the end • • I %  • war Sh rtly ftei '•' %  rid War II. ..;; 1 %  ,:. Germans inU th ught it was good : r Germany U be occupied by the Allies That number has r.ow dropped to 23 percent Only one out of three Germans. Dr. Pari%  .-..said now believes that Hitlerism was a bad thing • • Tne anti-Semite; were quick I not.ee the support of the United Jewish Appeal by outstanding Christian personalities erhc form the National Christian Committee Dr. Ochsner To Speak Dr. Alton Ochsner. general surgerv director of the New Orleans Clinic bearing his name, which is known to thousands as the "Mayo of the South." will be the guest speaker at the 76th annual convention of the Florida Medical Association at Hollywood. Fla.. from April 24 to 26. Chairman of J the Tulane University department of surgery. Dr. Ochsner will speak to the Florida doctors on "Pre-1 vention of Venous Thrombosis, Based on New Concepts of Blood Coagulation." Judge Pallot To Speak Judge William L. Pallot of Coral Gables Citv Court, chairman of the Miami Mayor's Advisory Committee on Public Works, will address the members of Sholem Ledge. B'nai B'rith on Friday. April 14. at 12:15 p.m. at the Miamian Restaurant. Subject of Judge Pallet's talk will be: "Duties of the Public W rks Committee." He will tell f proposed plans for sewage disI in the Miami area. >'oeI Runs For School Board James M. Noel, local business man. has announced his candidacy for representative from District One to the Dade County School Board. Born in Louisiana in 1906. the candidate is a graduate of Texas A & M. and is now attending the University of Miami Law School A veteran of World War II. Noel served in both the Army and Navy in the Atlantic and Paci., Theatres. He has had varied experience-as a farmer, a government appropriator and business man. Noel is president of the North Dade Chamber of Commerce and is a member of the Miami Board of Realtors, the American Legion and the Optimist Club. The candidate's platform includes extended school bus serv' ice. better school meals at less 1 cost, better working conditions for teachers and school personnel, active supervised athletics on school grounds entire year, competitive bidding on purchases of supplies and equipment, improve school polic% by educationa training program, enforced school boundaries and competive junior high athletic program between schools. Tropical Lodge Sets Up Blood Bank Account Tropical Lodge. B'nai B'rith. has established a B'nai B'rith account with the Dade County Blood Banks, it has been announced by President Sam Kessler. First donors participating in, the drive were: A. Budd Cutler., Leonard Uhr and William Herzj brun. The blood bank account will be used for B'nai B'rith members j and their families in emergencies. Gobies Lodge Forms Weekly Luncheon Club A business men's luncheon club has been organized by the Coral Gables Lodge, B'nai B'rith, according to an announcement by lodge president, Alvin Corenblum. The informal group will meet every Wednesday at 12 noon at Anderson's Cafeteria, 218 Alcazar Ave Coral Gables. At that time community leaders will address members and friends of B nai Dr Leonard Glickstein has been named chairman of the weekly luncheon. FRIDAY, AP Rn. Isaae Levin |j2 Plans Hoe-Do*n An "Old Fashioned Hoe n~J and Social" will be spo^ the Isaac Levin Lodge, gC B'rith, on Saturday evening A 29. at the Coral Gables WoJ Club, it has been ar viuo, u nas oeen announced k President Emanuel Levenson. The first social event spon^ by the lodge for the this year will f e j spring ature rural tertainment. prizes for teriainment, prizes for best tumes, and music for dancinihUncle Harve's Band. Tickets are available fromlaii members. 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The Jewish Floridian
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fewii^ltUEIliDiPiidliiaun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
)LUME 23NUMBER 15
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1950
PRICE: TEN CENTS
\e Passes
Iberal DP Bill
^SHINGTON, (JTA)Jewish
taos |,ere this week expressed
., with the liberalized
p( rsons bill which the
,, d by a vote of 58 to
|, ,, ating all important
mpts to retain provisions of
law which have been eritic-
. trictive and discrimna-
kl new ones.
Wish leaden believe that the
I as now passed by the Senate,
lie best possible DP legislation
|er the circumstances. The
sent DP immigration law was
demned by President Truman
discriminatory to Jews and
(holies. Passage of this liberal-
Id bill is considered here a
toiy tor the Truman adminis-
tion. It is taken for granted
Senate version of the bill
1 be accepted without change
the House.
|The new measure, named for
ator Harley M. Kilgore, Demo-
.t, of West Virginia and pat-
ned closely after a bill passed
the House last year, provides
se major changes in the exist-
DP law.
1. Extends the DP program for
,e year beyond Hie present ex-
ration date, June 30, and raises
numbtr of displaced persons
be admitted under the program
344.000. including 20,000 DP
phans. The House bill sets this
,ure at 339,000.
'2. Opens the way for admission
54.744 additional ethnic Ger-
tas expelled from Eastern
trope, but provides they must
cared for outside the DP
'Ogrum.
3. Eliminates the "quota" re-
actions under which 40 percent
all displaced persons had to
> f; :n Baltic countries and 30
rci ".' farmers. Those provisions
Vi ise '.(i the charges that the
law discriminated against
1 Catholics.
i nces the cut-off date for
ning the eligibility of dis-
rsons from Dec. 22, 1945.
Jai I, 1049. This change would
refugees from East-
opean countries to be
PiSSm? Leon Kaplan Named President
Of Jewish Centers Association
For Israeli Peace
TEL AVIV, (JTA)Claude de ]
Boisaneer, head of the Palestine
Conciliation Commission who ar-
rived here last week with new
proposals for peace negotiations
between Israel and the Arab
countries, was received this week
by President Weizmann prior to
his leaving for the Arab countries,
it was announced here.
The possibilities of the success
of his mission are considered
doubtful in the light of the fact
that the Premiers of Iraq, Syria
and Lebanon issued statements
this week recommending that the
Conciliation Commission be dis-
solved. These statements were is-
sued by the Arab statesmen while
de Boisanger was still in Israel.
Israel government circles this
week revealed that when de
Boisanger called upon Foreign
Minister Moshe Sharett last week
to discuss his new peace plan, he
was asked by Mr. Sharett whether
he is certain that there is a desire
for peace on the part of the Arab
countries. To this the head of the
Formation of a Jewish Centers Association of Greater Miami I Greater opportunities should be
with Leon Kaplan, former president of the Miami Jewish developed for Jewish youth to
Community Center, as its first head, was completed Monday at work together with all groups In
a meeting held at the Miami Jewish Community Center.
The Jewish Centers Association is now the central organ-
ization of and will coordinate the
leisure 'ime and recreational pro-
grams, staffs and facilities of
fourteen separate Jewish organ-
izations now operating in Dade
County
Other officers chosen include
Mrs. Milton Sirkin, Carl Weinkle
and Leo Sheiner, vice presidents;
Mrs. Ethel Machtey. secretary;
S. A. Goodman, assistant secretary
and William Kneapler, treasurei.
Gus Jacobson, executive di-
rector of the Miami Beach YM
& WHA, was named executive
director of the new organization.
He will formally take office on
May 1.
The new organization came into
being following a survey of exist-
ing recreational facilities and the
growing needs of the Jewish
of the staff of the National Jewish
Welfare Board, was in charge of
the study.
The survey recommended the
centralization of the Jewish
community's recreational and lei-
the Jewish and general com-
munity.
Among the organizations which
have accepted membership in tha
Jewish Centers Association of
Greater Miami are the following.
Temple Beth Sholom. Miami Jew-
ish Comunity Center. Miami
sure time program on a county- Beach YM & WHA, Zionist Youth
wide basis. It found that need for Commision B'nai B'nth Youth
Conciliation Commission replied community conducted under the
that he would be in a position to
give a more complete answer
after he returns to Israel from a
visit to the Arab capitals.
Semi-official circles here con-
sider significant the fact that
while the Premiers of Iraq, Syria
and Lebanon rushed into print
with statements urging the Com-
mission to return to Lake Success
rather than waste its time in this
part of the world, no such state-
ments were forthcoming from
Egypt and Transjordan. The Arab
Premiers' statements were seen
here as a conrtdaiction of the as-
sertion by a U.N. spokesman sev-
eral days ago that the Concilia-
tion Commission deadlock arose:
from the fact that Israel insisted
on direct peace negotiations with
the Arab states while the latter,
wanted the mediation of the Com-
mission.
auspices of the community plan-
ning committee of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation. Elias
Picheny of New York, a member
the expansion of the recreational
program was greatest in the
suburban areas.
Other findings and recommend-
ations were:
On the teen-age level greater
stress should be placed upon
personal guidance programs, with
special attention to such problems
as sex education, attitudes toward
family life, education and voca-
tional activities.
There is a need for more lounge
facilities and gathering places for
teen-agers, young adults and
adults.
Organization, Hialeah Miami
Springs Jewish Community Cen-
ter, North Dade Jewish Center,
West Miami Jewish Center, Con-
gregation Beth El, Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation, Flagler-
Granada Jewish Center. North
Shore Jewish Center, the First
Jewish Congregation of Corai
Gables and the Bureau of Jewish
Education.
The Jewish Centers Association
of Greater Miami has been ac-
cepted as a constituent member of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration and was allocated an
Efforts should be made to plan | initial subvention of $26,000 from
special activities and programs for | the 1950 Combined Jewish Ap-
Golden Age groups. peal
>r,P
rim Will Be Featured Specker At
ev/ish Education Dinner April 23
Education Year, herald-
. hievements of Jewish
n in America, will be
i in Greater Miami on
April 23 at 6:30 p.m.. at
[ : sp nsored by the Bureau
ish Education at the Del-
! Hotel. 6303 Collins Ave.,
Beach.
light of the evening will
address by Dr. Joachim
inz, of Temple B'nai Abraham
wark, N. J. Dr.. Prinz
'eived his education at the Uni-
ies of Breslau and Berlin.
I' eived his Ph.D. from the
I'' in 1ST23 and .was ordained
>y the Jewish Theological
Iminary of Breslau.in 1925. He
Ipidly acquired a reputation as
outstanding defender of Jew-
's and spokesman for
snism and during the Hit-
T=
At the helm of the new Jewish Centers Association are (seated. 1. to r. Leon Kaplan. P^idrnt!
Carl Weink'e v'w president: Mrs. Ethel Machiey. secretary: Leo Sheiner. vie* president: istarding.
1 to rTwilHam Kneapler. treasurer: Gus Jacobson. executive director: S. A. Goodman assistant
secretary*Mrs?Milton Si. kin. the other vice president, was not present when t,e photo was taken.
Dr. Joachim Prinz
board of the American Associa-
egime became a leader ] tion for Jewish Education.
Gi rmany Jewry. He preached | 1950 has been proclaimed as
>' only from the pulpit, but! "Jewish Education Year" by the
"' all over Europe, urging American Association for Jewish
ate mass immigration of Education. This year marks the
ropean Jews to Palestine. Be- fortieth anniversary of the es-
of the Bureau of
of his attacks upon the
t -rnment he was frequently
jrested by the Gestapo and
ally expelled in 1937. He then
'' to America, lecturing from
to coast as well as in Canada
ik "We Jews" was among
vish best-sellers in Europe.
1948 Dr. Prinz returned to
ei many on behalf of the World
ew.sh Congress, to survey DP
onditions there as well as the
cneral political condition. He is
boay vice president of the Amer-
fan Jewish Congress and on the
of the es-
tablishment
Jewish Education in New York
City under the direction of Dr.
Samson Benderly. It was his
works and the program of that
bureau which laid the foundation
for current communal programs
in American Jewish education,
the three main elements of which
are communal responsibility, ad-
vancement of standards and
modernization of method.
Another feature of the event
will be the installation of new
(Continued on Page 10)
Campaign To Continue
Till All Cards Covered
"We will not stop until
every card has been covered.'
Aaron Kanner, chairman of
the Campaign Cleanup Com-
mittee of the Combined Jewish
Appeal, declared this week.
The committee, which will
ultimately consist of 30 to 50
persons, will have as its chief
task the solicitation of more
than 200 prospects who last
year contributed over $100 to
the appeal but who have not
yet announced their contribu-
tion, Kanner explained.
Committee members who
have been chosen thus far are
Al Sherman. Joseph Gardner,
Joseph M. Rose. Sol Goldman,
Harry Koretzky. Jacob Seiden-
berg, Ben Zion Ginsberg,
Meyer Taigman. Sam Vogel,
Ira C. Walsey, George Cohen,
George Talianoff. Irving Saal,
Harry Simonhoff. Morton
Russack, Sam Lachman. Julius
Rosenstein, Harry Zukernick.
Norman Browne, Leon Kaplan,
Dr. Morris Goodman, Mrs.
Matilda Ratner. Martin Faber,
Anna Brenner Myers and Dr.
Robert Litowitz.
JSSB Should Concentrate On Case Work,
Provide Emergency Relief, Report States
A recommendation that the
Jewish Social Service Bureau
At the same time, the report
I inntinues. the Jewish community
. could not possibly assume the
concentrate its efforts o;: sKinea j-uI) buic.cn 0f responsibility for
case work service and at the same inng icim continuing financial
time provide funds for emergency assistance, usually conducted by
and short term relief needs was these public agencies. It is there-
made in a report on the agency fore recommended that handling
prepared under the auspices of
the community planning com-
mittee of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation.
The study was directed by
Morris Zelditch. director of social
of these cases be limited to the
extent of funds available.
It is further recommended that
there be established in the com-
munity a Jewish vocational serv-
ice, which can be used in place-
planning. Council of Jewish Fed-: mont. training and vocational
erations and Welfare Funds. He
was assisted by a committee com-
posed of representatives of the
bureau and Federation.
Due to the failure of the Com-
munity Chest, which supports the
guidance for the Jewish com-
munity.
The bureau's refugee program,
supported by Federation, requires
a substantial increase in funds :f
the community is to provide for
relief program of the bureau, the.; the new Americans, to whom it
agency has been forced to curtail has committed itself, the survey
:.ssistance to relief cases, the j states.
survey points out. "The study is continuing.
The studv recognizes that Mi- Stanley C. Myers, chairman of
ami is confronted with a unique j Federation* community planning
problem. The public welfare pro- ; comn ittee said. The commute-!
gram here is so inadequate that I is reviewing its recommendations
needv persons do not have access in an effort to make the program
to public funds as they do in of the JSSB meet the needs of
other cities. the community.'


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+Jewish fhrkHan
PAGE THREE
7/ Say..,
I 19 marks the Yahrzeit for the blackest crime
11 .nnals. The extermination of 6,000,000 Jews
Mnzi incinerators will remain an obsession to
ition which lived through that colossal
Tt \s those events recede, we think more
' of the eople destroyed. What manner of
fare they? Did they deserve their fate?
"should not judge a people by its spokesmen.
l mhle and obscure often furnish the best clew
inn,' character. And because all Jews in
I i ,'ucie exterminated, it is necessary to pre-
T? rMord of the lives they led. Their stories
Lu index to the soul and spirit of a segment
hai loft a mark on Jewish, Russian, and even
n history I wish to Place in evidence some
|m(,'k of family yarns heard in childhood and
elided They assume ever greater significance.
Lripiion of Minors
1827 the Russian Czar issued an Ukase to conscript
I jpWish boys for service in his army for no less
lm thin 25 years. The Cossack mentality of
l-U I conceived this plan for converting, as-
tine ; Heleeated to furnish quotas for each city and
Thcv in turn employed catch polls to grab and
kidnuD the little recruits. The wealthy and
Lntial were able to evade the evil decree. The
I and friendless, as usual, furnished the victims.
\d Piursky
[a Lithuanian town, 9-year old David, orphaned
loth parents, was quickly nabbed. Most of the
i delicate and undernourished, died quickly in
V prison barracks from exposure and rough
Line by muszhick top sergeants, charged with
lisinc them in addition to military training. David
ehow survived the food, the snows, the beatings,
/was detailed to the navy, an honor seldom
lerred on Jews until the 1917 Revolution. As an
|-bodiid seaman, he served on the Admiral's
The Soldier Of Nicholas: A Lithuanian Saga
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
Flaglship in command of the fleet that defended
Sevastapol against the combined English, French
and Turkish flotillas during the Crimean War.
In the Russian Navy
On one occasion, standing on the top sail, he lost
his balance and fell on the deck. The crew expected
to pitch his body to the fishes. But to the amazement
of the admiral and captain, he got up and saluted.
His fellow seamen were convinced that no bullet
would ever hit the charmed life of David Piursky.
In peace time the Admiral's Flagship was stationed
near St. Petersburg, as Leningrad was then called.
David must have enjoyed the confidence of his
superior officers. Often he stood guard at the Czar's
palace. He used to recall how the young princes
tried to engage him in conversation, which was
against regulations. But the future liberal Alexander
II shoved a gold coin in his coat pocket. .
In St. Petersburg .
In the capital city, outside the pale for Jewish
settlement, the community was small, privileged, and
uppish. David cast eyes upon the daughter of the
Kazaner Rabbi, a civil service cleric imposed by the
government upon the community but never recogn-
ized by the people. The Rabbi envisioned a son-in-
law, someone better than a tough, hard-bitten
Nicholaisker soldat. But the Spartan trained veteran
found a way. While the pompous Rabbi was making
an official speech in another town. David abducted
the daughter. When the stuff-shirt returned, they
were married.
After serving the Czar for 31 years, David Piursky
was mustered out. He now enjoyed the much coveted
privilege of remaining in St. Petersburg. He
prospered with a family of three boys. But he began
to notice: they spoke Russian exclusively; they knew
little and cared less for Jewish observanes; their
friends were Gentiles. When they grew up, they
would surely intermarry with Christians. Strange
how these illiterate veterans with little or no
religious learning remained loyal to Judaism through
such trials and suffering. He promptly gave up the
glamourous life of the capital for a hamlet in
Lithuania near the Prussian border.
The Polish Rebellion
Under the stimulating drive of David Piursky. the
village Kaltinan in the State of Kovna multiplied
and prospered. The ex-soldier played feudal lord
in the tiny Jewish barony. He built the Synagogue
and established the rudiments for Jewish living.
As his sons married, he gave to one the schenk
(tavern), to another the postoffice, to the third a
farm. Life flowed on affluently until the Polish
rebellion of 1863 broke out. But the former soldier-
sailor maintained a surprising loyalty to the Czar.
He knew the movements and secrets of the rebels
and rendered yeoman service to his Russian overlords.
The Polish rebellion was crushed.
In Chains
He continued to prosper in his squiredom until
one day the Gendarmes came and took him into
custody. The Polacks in revenge had framed him
with the charge of treason. Imprisoned in a far away
fortress, he waited several years for trial. Finally,
a high admiral arrived from St. Petersburg to make
an investigation. He entered the cell. The prisoner
chained to the wall, with heavy padlocks riveted on
his ankles, looked strangely familiar. "David
Piursky?" And David stood up and saluted as on the
day he fell from the top sail. "Take these chains
off immediately! This man is no traitor. I will vouch
for him. He served under me at Sevastapol." Piursky
went home. But his ankles never healed; the iron had
cut too deeply into the flesh.
His Descendants
Such is the saga of a humble conscript, who never
suspected that his life story was material for heroic
romance. His grandson Asher Pierce migrated to
Montreal and prospered in the fur business. Together
with Lord Melchett he founded Can Chaim in
Palestine in honor of Dr. Weizmann. His great grand-
son, Sidney Pierce, was Canada's Ambassador to
Mexico. Now he is adviser to the Canadian Delega-
tion in the United Nations.
. Part Of F.D.R. Story-
Be Aired Saturday
lelvvn Douglas stars in "The
Vy of Franklin Delano Roose-
f (part II), the latest episode
Ihe "Lest We ForgetThese
lit Americans" series to be
Saturday, April 15, at 5
over station WVCG, Coral
les.
rficipants in the 15-minute
(panel discussion to follow the
Irded transcription will be:
Donald Michelson, director,
el House Foundation, Uni-
lity of Miami, moderator; the
Theodore R. Gibson, vicar,
st Episcopal Church; and
Frances Elman, commander,
tbled American Veterans
kiliary, Coral Gables.
Congregation To Meet
Temple Isaiah wil hold a con-
gregational meeting on Friday,
April 14, at its temporary head-
quarters at the Beach Y
immediately following services.
Siegfried Geismar, president of
the congregation, will officiate.
Rabbi Mann To Discuss
Family In Radio Series
Rabbi Moshay P. Mann will
launch a series of talks on the
subject of "The Family," on his
tegular weekly program over
station WINZ at 7 p.m. every
Tuesday.
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"Jemisi! fkrA4&I?
EDITORIAL
The Rising Storm
Under pressure from the other six member states
of the Arab League, King Abdullah of Hashernite
Jordan bowed to their demand and has put off
the signing of a five-year non-aggression pact
with Israel. The League has agreed that it will
expel any member state entering into a separate
peace treaty with Israel and thct it will preserve
a "solid front' in negotiating final settlements
with the Jewish state.
What this appears to mean is thai the three:: c:
collective action against Israel is the alternative
to entering into treaties that will prove .tetrrable
to all the Arab ccur.tr.es and the only men
acceptable) provisioaa il -art s.ttelv re assua
>--;
Tc-~
wou.a ear. t.te ena c: israe. s independence
Israels rears c: a renewal at agcress.-r. an the
part c: the Arabs are welMoundsd
At ain.rst the sarrte moment that the Arab
league was changing Abdullah s mind foi him
letael and the British government were, reaching
an agreement for settlentert: c: ttnattc.al cdaima
and counterclaims arising out of the period
foDowing the termination c: the British mandate
in ?a:e;;.:te
This is a rtrtahle event, and in Lcttdcn has been
regarded as signifying that a new high has been
attained in friendship and understanding between.
the two jcutttr.es.
Israel s ct::cialdc~. is net deceived, however;
rcr British Foreign Minister Eevin cr.ly las: week
made a speech in the Kcuse of Commons that
listeners interpreted as construing c Justification
for the Arab states' attitude of hostility toward
Israel.
An Israel Foreign Office spokesman discussing
the Bevin speech and thinking also of Arab inter-
ference with the projected pact with Jordan,
commented: In effect he Bevin fully justified the
extraordinary proceedings which we have wit-
nessed in these days, namely that when the hrst
spark of real will for peace is kindled somewhere
.n the Arab world all the angry winds converge
GERMANY
jy=^Mfy i---------T~~^T~'
Capitol Spotlight
"WHAT?STILL THERE!"
upon it to put it out and restore the rule of dark
prejudice and fanaticism."
Britain's arms shipments to the Arab countries
are putting those governments in position where
they may shortly feel that their combined strength
sufficiently outweighs that of Israel to enable them
to launch a second round of attacks on the Jewish
state in an effort to smash it.
And Secretary of State Dean Acheson, who
seems to have closed his mind to the explosive
character of that situation, tells a delegation of
congressmen who demanded that we call on
Britain to stop those shipments, that he is sure
MsraeVs Birthday
ovn Si! 22nd brael holds a birthH
She wul be two years old iL.iT^I
infant of the nations. ael the
In the case of Israel, we certainlv h
to take pride on this her 2con7bfef
certainly has done well for her **} T
problems and cares. What infa-t nr7 "
The great flow of immigrants" has'T
put a heavy burden on her economv' ^
same rime, she must keep herself *
for the possibility of a McfndSj'
of the resentful Arab nations. '
But if signs about cm infant tell ,,
then surely the signs of the ufes^
should be reassuring. 0|
She looks like she is going to grow un
very healthy, robust blooming youngster!
Britain does not want war in the Middle F
more than we do. Moreover. Achesonimffci
is sending but a "negligible" amount trfm?,
Egypt and other Arab coun:ies^itl?'
hastens to add those arms are needed todefc
the Suez canal against Russia. How if th
shipments are negligible, they can be of'
assistance in protecting the canal, the sea*.
does not make clear.
While many congressmen ere pourina a fto
of protests into the State Department aqainst,
passive attitude on the re-arm tag 0f the An
stales, our official policy remains unchanqed.
T^iSUS" Sr,Gge f worse"~? develop
in the Mrddle East, prospects of war couidrf
effectively quashed if the United States were J
adopt the firm stand for peace that we, and o|
many others, have been urging tor many montlj
There is no more appropriate time for us csl
mdividual citizens, to take cognizance of that'fact
than at the time when congress is appropriaiiwf
additional foreign aid fundstor Britain, as will
as for other countriesAmerican Jewish World. I
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTONJ -. rgan-
des
f ass a du t>ill at
all 1 it that, a
sst comj
ty about 1
benefit
ids : nfii n i anti-
res ;: rteri
All DP's at :
-' Those
-. ." Serroanj .-. r ..:
piea good ny ol
' r -:
Dr. Blumenthal To Speak
: the rure bj
: :: ::... enthal
Rabbi Ever Named Local
Representative For
Journal Birthday
appointed Ureater v pre-
....... .. ._. .-;..._
.....-.... =.....-
rayon of the
M .-.: ; Dr B-rrri:i
Bergman editor and publish*
iailj
K "! -...-. were

at the V -- :-: -: Rabbi A
I v --
Morning
A : rabbis was
r- on arrangements
I oration Merr.fcx rs are
R :: = Ever Simon Apr I L-vinj
Lehrman M< :: h Mur-
rey 5: tin J aepb E Rack .
Max Sfcapirc and A St
Others malting ti^.-.i | i .--.
honor-
J*T pressder.i J .-..-- "
treasur;.- Harry Sir km. fm.anriai
secretary: Rabbi Ever, secretary
Abraha- Finest David Whit-
man. Sidney Palmer. J StesM
Abraham Werrr.an. and Hyman
Za.olman.
"'" -torn Zone despite re-
peated .- t the res'u .
t Nazism. While .t is agreed that
Jews wh want t c me to Amer-
ica should have an ecu... I
with DP's t ther faiths, those
familiar with the picture regret
that it is necessary t.
a anti-S< I
.-." d r t ;-.-'..........
ixed DP bill
... bill pre] by Senat
:. Pat ::
Volksdc utche
ted with 5 S.
extt nati o units m East, rn
- V lksd< .: tin-
local Jews t: Nazis, then
:' 8 the vicums'
property pecific pro-
in the Celler Bill,
..: i t :. vet-
t 3tii Wladvsla
Arr ng 3m Anders
~'--"- re ;t vicious Jew-
haters r Z_
Al -_- DP legisla-
te is exp :ted m tin S
early in A- I m Senate will
r t: ad:rt the ::-
stnctive pro-G srman : '.'. .
up by Sen. VI .:. u the m.re
s -
stitute
_Sen Herbert H Lehman D-N.
1 b expected tores iead-
-"? role in the fight iespn
anti-Sen ;tic nnd t r | the
heated lebate rari.er this month
'-^r-~ ted k M Iran's
XOS .-..in u': _id fav :
"ethnic .: i di-
lefinrtion i .. DP Mc-
'" -.d ;ir. ;-
thority from the DP C
:r. :-arrs Liat it ts las
" sci ;nd has al]
tl ll~r
rupporters if tne
= are Senat r= W:l-
._.- Jertn-rr : .
2 Zy Bipp: and
Ihey favcu ugfajy-
rnigrati n m nen not s mu -
aecause
Sesrutes may c
tney take a Yoreigne
Jenner _.- ^ _, -.
.tjv;^; "^ .--i-iiy : -piained
W. eve firrr.er Kazj stir
Ma; ;...;. Le-de; St;;; L-raj
has sueceeded in getting both
sides to agree to set a limit on
debate, holding each side I 3
minutes per amendment and to
ar. hour :n the substitute bill.
a filibuster will not
Proponents of more
. DP legislation suport the
substitute bill which resembles
thi Celler Bill already passed by
the H use and endorsed by majo'r
Jewish : rganizations.
McCarrai e to give-ex-
clusive authority over DP's to the
U.S Immigration and Con
- pp.'sod by those -.vh n
is would make for
a, at great cost and
added delay, of every step I
by the DP commission. As ar.
alternative, a special amen:
has been written to the substitute
bill which would confirm the
authority :f the Immigra-
tion and C nsular service to re-
H t und sirables but
)therwise define the :-olat::n?h:n
services t avoid misunder-
Congi --. nal .r-
:: H tne DP Commis-
sion has fully s ened
es to determine their eligibilitv
the DP Act of 1948. leaving
the Immigration service to reject
DP's believed to be bad
n*ks tor economic, political.
slth r s^ rarity reas as
Judge Joseph Proskauer, of
*** Y:.-.<. honorary presidi
the American Jewish Cernmitl
has signed a petition askmg the
Senate to pass the substitute
Other signatories include Mrs.,
Franklin D Roosevelt and Gen..
Lucius D Clay. Orgar.izat r.s
** the i ,- include
both the AFL. and C I O.
Defense Department
Said To Disapprove Of
Israel Arms Request
WASHINGTON. ( J T A )
While the State Department has
denied published reports that
Israel's request for arms has
been turned down, informed
circles here expressed the be-
lief that the Defense Depart-
ment is holding up approval,
and that the reports published
last week to that effect actually
, reflect the riews held by the
Defense Department. According
to these reports, the Defense
Department questions whether
arms can be spared for Israel
from allotments for Western
European countries.
(A report from Tel Aviv this
week stated that President
Weiimann is considering send-
ing a personal appeal to
President Truman to authorize
the shipment of arms for de-
fense purposes to Israel in view
of the extensive rearming of
the Arab states.)
Council For Judaism
To Meet In Cincinnati
NEW YORK, fJTA L.
1 H senwaid. president : -'
American C uncil for Juii
"" -r "" :" week that the
'-. annual conference ot the
'' I ""-- ?^n in Cm;
n April XI The three-dav meet-
rill be attended bj
from M cities thi
-t the country.
--"" ?- senwaid] was the re-
npienl this w. tributes'bv
?T^:;r;r Herbert H. Le-
:;--? --J Ivea and Harl,
--::-_ : utstandine se
-" -" ship -A the Citizens
Oimm.-.tee tn Displaced Persons.
;. trgamzation which conducted
the drrve for the liberalized DP
iff^*"0-" passed last wek bv
War Danger In
Israel -Real.*"
Premier Says
TEL AVI\'. tJTA) Premier
David Ben Gurion, addressing a
mass meeting at the Am Harod
settlement, this week emphasized
that the danger of a "second
round" of war was real and said
t.tat "mass immigration is there-
in re essential to populate the wide
and empty spaces in Israel.
"Our generation must decide to
wnat extent it is readv to take
part in the great Jewish revolu-
t. n which is only just be-
ginning." he stated. Nearly 400.000
immigrants came to Israel since
tne establishment of the state, he ,
said adding that several sections'
01 the Diaspora, including Yemen,
have been liquidated. 'This is:
only a small beginning as com-
pared with the needs of the
future, he stressed
Kurt Weill Dies
NEW YORK. (JTA) Kurt
\eiL t noted Je*5h musician
who fled from Nazi Germany and
oecame one of the most popular
composers in America, died here
this week at the age of 50. He
wrote music for Broadwav and
Oilywood productions. His" more
serious musical achievements
were hailed in concext halls
throughout the world
lews Protest
\ I i I in Slmwinii
' HAMBURG ..TX-Jews a]
the British z ne o! Germany are!
protesting th >i:i-:on ot a Haiw
burg court ienmg a publn
showing anti-Semitic Hal
"Jew Suess" part si the trafl
of Veit H. .. manwhofa
jduced it for the Nazis
Norbert W< Uheim, chairman ell
the Jewish r.munities of H|
British z \i week tele
graphed Sir Brian Robert
British milit commands;
Germany. charging that
court s oi lates both
oecupati n tute and Gerai
law and that the showing of t
film Will r.st.tute a threat I
public oi.'. ty and moi
:ty and '. legal guarJSj
tees of f:.. I security I
the Jewish -unities.
"A pur.. ng of tt-aataj
Cologne High .' la has braMjj
as an anti-Semitic and incitr
81m would rec inwltf
our community during the Ni
' regime, and must arouse fearj
disastrous rices."
'WolLheim sa ling to!
Brian to give the matter his I
sonal attention Harlan is M
tried on the same charge for'
third time- The prosecutofj
posed the curt'.- rder onj
public showm: Sue-i^
+Jeist rkrkjbt\
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)AY. APRIL 14, 1950
* Jewish Meridian
PAGEFfVE
000 Claimed By Persecution
rfrtims Wving in Greater Miami
r.Kr.mrv 20 to March ,. ... _.
February
iff Se vice to Foreign Born
l.lh^,f the National Counc.l of
kh'women was a beehive of
Itivity-
Information
instructions and
well as assistance in
Preparation of forms for n-
UmTication claims aeainst the
Kn government were given
% Arsons in the Greater Mi-
3,'i:.,.;, who were eligible for
Utitution under the Indrnnifica-
CTLaw recently enacted in the
fcSncler of the United States
K|e f Occupation Bavaria
-n Wuerttember. Baden and
Eligible for restitution
Smathers To Try,
For Hade Votes
April 20 To 22
With the hottest Senatorial race
in the political history of Florida
rapidly approaching the climax,
Rep. George Smathers is girding
himself for another intensive
neS^rsons"who suffered loss
liberty due to imprisonment in
lere pc
I
licentration camps, ghettos,
rced labor; loss of health in
-el connection with persecu-
at -he hands of the Germans;
3 of possessions and property,
Over 300 working hours were
lit in by council volunteers and
Jlunteers from the new Amen-
ans who were eager to offer
ieir services to their fellow
Seres, according to Mrs. Flor-
ae Finkelstein, executive sec-
etarv A total of 259 interviews
fere"given and 128 actual claims
ere fil d. These claims represent
minimum of $175,000 for loss
If liberty and a minimum of
IrS 000 for loss of health, a
Vnimum grand total of $300,000,
rhich does not include claims
nade foi loss of property and loss
ife Mrs. Finkelstein notarized
074 individual copies of papers
teeessary to esablish these claims.
In view of the short time given
or establishing these claims and
he fact that all claims had to
! made in the German language,
fith many legal angles involved,
was necessary to recruit a
banel of volunteers conversant
pot only with the German lan-
guage, but also with legal pro-
cedure in Germany, Mrs. Finkel-
stein revealed. I
"Dr. Arthur Wolff, formerly a
Dusseldorf attorney and consulta-
nt in European Restitution
natters. Kurt Peter Beron, news
grupher and writer, and
dillie Zirker, 'secretary to Ger-
nan writers, were on the job
practically every day and all
Say," Mrs Finkelstein said.
["The:-- knowledge cf German
Rendered their services invalu-
able, because so many unlooked
(for legal problems were present-
Otto Braun and Mrs. Regina
Irandeis, recent arrivals from
)P camps and now members of
Mil's English classes, Mrs.
Samuel Saal, Mrs. Elsie Nadler,
Ir. Eisenkramer and the follow^-
Council members are also
Represented in the volunteer
Corps: Mrs. Heather Levin, Mrs.
Juliet Oshlag. Miss Edna Heller,
Mrs. Neustatl, and Mrs. Martha
Myers."
A number of the applicants
found it necessary to establish
their claims for indemnification
for loss of health with a physi-! fight for votes TnDade, his home
cian's examination and certificate. I county, during the week of April
Mt. Sinai hospital clinic offered 16.
its services for this purpose. As announced by Sloan Mc-
Crea, Dade campaign manager
for the youthful Congressman
from the Fourth district, he will
take four full days to cover every
nook and cranny of vote-rich
Dade, namely, Wednesday, April
Students, faculty and friends of 120 to Saturday, April 22, in-
the Hebrew department of the; elusive.
University of Miami will pay I Intent on personally meeting
tribute to the Hebrew University I the largest possible number of
in Jerusalem on the occasion of! voters, Smathers will make it a
1 M Will Salute
Hebrew-1 On 25th
Anniversary
DOV Chapter To Meet
A meeting of the DOV Chapter
of Mizraehr Women is slated for
Wednesday, April 19, at 1 p.m. at
Beth El, ivirs. Kose Hertes, presi-
dent, has announced.
its twenty-fifth anniversary.
Ceremonies marking this salute
from one "people's university" to
another will take place Monday,
April 17, at 10:30 a.m. in room
S202 of the Memorial Classroom
Building.
B. A. Barkai, visiting Israeli
author, lecturer and journalist,
will deliver a lecture on "The
University on Mt. Scopus A
Tower of Culture in the Middle
East."
Barkai, a member of "El-Al,"
a fraternity of the pioneering
students of the first class at the
Hebrew University, is founder of
the Jerusalem World Art Museum
and author of an Israeli best-
seller"Lekahim."
Sydney J. Greenberg, professor
of Hebrew at the university, will
introduce Barkai, who is com-
pleting a tour of 30 states and
will return directly to Israel.
point to address groups wherever
they may be found. Thus he will
go after votes in all of Greater
Miami's super markets, railroad
yards and other industrial es-
tablishments. He also will speak
at a series of barbecues and to
individual members and groups
of the various municipalities'
police and fire departments.
"George Smathers will make it
thoroughly clear to all where he
stands on such vital issues as
the FEPC, socialized medicine,
the Townsend plan, taxation and
issues of specific interest to Flor-
idians." McCrea said.
April 23 will find Smathers in
Ft. Lauderdale, where he will
attend the state convention of the
American Legion, of which he is
a member.
Beth Fl Women
Plan Party
Beth El Sisterhood will hold a
special meeting on Tuesday, April I
18, at 8 p.m. at the synagogue to,
make final plans for a package |
party scheduled for Sunday. April
23, at the Dora August Memorial
Hall. Mrs. Jack Shapiro, presi-
dent, urges all members to bring
packages to the meeting.
Party chairmen are Mrs. Max
Rappaport and Mrs. Sidney H.
Palmer.
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PAGE SIX
*Jeistrkri FRIDAY. APRil
Personally Speaking...
Nir.e-year-old Stanley Cohen flew here horn Staten Island.
N. Y.. to spend a three-week vacation with his orandparents Mr.
end Mrs. I. D. Horowta S5C Meridian Ave Miami Beach.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. I. Te.:ler .-: 635 S.W. 14th St. ore entertaining
their nephew and n:ece M: and Mrs. Howard Bobbins, ci
New York who are haneymooning here.
* *
Mis Marcia Ellen Gutman. daughter oi Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Gtttman 1291 S.W. I7tt S: will graduate from the School oi
Nu.jina. Gcnx-. Samaritan Hcsvi:.-.'. West Paint Beech on Ftidav,
Aoni 14.
* *
Mas. Etha Beck h.stottan at Amaranth Laurel Court 11
was honored OO April 4 by the Hibiscus Cr-ier or the Amaranth
,-. B-.scavne Tern trie.
* *
Ml .triiMrs EeaiW.HopBW 231 S.W 64th Court announce
the birth oi a daughtet Rebecca Mrs Hepner is the farmer
Ruth Sapersteia o: Brooklyn N Y tistei of Sidney Soperste-.r.
head o: the Infants Home ol Brooklyn.
* +
Mia Nathan Ade.n-.an who recent.y _aderwent a ma-or
operation ::: a local boapital s DOW recuperating at her home
14:: NW Is: St Y.sic the Adelmans' ate Ms Adelmcr. s
brothei ake Breanei bet niece Mrs David Slverman oi
Roanoke Va and he* sister Mis. Rebecca Moy ets c: Greene
bora N C
* + *
Julie Chabner Plans
Early Summer Rites
Chabner
Ifr and Mm Hyman Chabner,
16C: N.W Mb St. anounce the
betrothal .:' their daughter. Julie.
te Sol Sir.;-..- ton oi the Max
ack .eit.er c: Printing Arts is recuperating tollowing on Sineer*. 17M S.W. 18th St.
:-c.-..or. las: wee,; at 'ac son Vemcnal Hospital T.e ^~:-, w;;; take Bsnee
in the eerly cummer
Blanche Weiss Weil
To lioo. Goodfriend
..... s w
Hai;lcr-(.r.iiiada
1 nit To Hcei
The bride-elect, i ir^i-^ir of
Miami H.ch Sch.vl. atter.ied the
University :i Miami She is s
;e member of Phi S-jir.-.a Tau and
the neal meeting ol Miami Junior H^dAssjh
-CJrar.ada Jew.sh Com- .. _.
?!r b.n*er. w.-ic
- /
Program Marks
Third Birthday
The Jewish Musical Hour,
under the direction of Jacob
Schachter. will mark its third
birthday Sunday. The program is
heard over station WTTT Mon-
day. Wednesday and Friday from
1 to 1:30 p.m. and Sunday from
10 to 11:30 a.m.
Schachter is a pioneer in Jewish
radio, having started 20 years ago
in New York. He has also worked
in the Jewish theatre and has
been associated with the Plaza
Theatre, which features Jewish
films and stage shows, for the
past three years.
Schachter's program has been
cited for the assistance it has
rendered to the Jewish National
Fund tree drive and the cancer
crusade. The program features
news direct from the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency with
Norman R. Lyons as newscaster
15.000 Lilies Sold
Mrs Edward Weiss, chairman
Easter lily tag day for the
Dade County Society for Crippled
Children, reports that by 10:30
a.m. all of the 18 areas had sold
completely out of the 15.000
Easter lilies, made by handic-
apped workers. Many of the local
florists came to the rescue with
fresh cut flowers and they were
used during the balance of the
day in some areasother areas
just used their containers for
contributions
A grand total of over $4,000 was
brought in for the day. Next year
the Dade County Society for
Crippled Children is planning to
distribute 75.000 Easter lilies.
Mrs. Arthur D. Frishman. of
the Miami 3each B'nai BYith
Women, acted as chairman for
Mi-.: Beach and Mrs. OH Mc-
Millan, of the Coral Gables Junior
Woman*! Club, acted as chairman
of Coral Gables.
Rita Weiss Affj,,,
ToB.L.Hohen
The betrothal 0f y*
Weiss to Bernard L fff
has been announced by u*
elect's parents. Mr ,1'
Eugene J. Weiss i-nand I
St. MnHoheno^ thSW<
Mr. and Mrs. On 7 Hk *i
Crestweod W^SffS
fhe'^s cnS^L
of Miami for the vr SH
Mr. HohenbergTa^r
of Quernmore cVee &%
Kent. England, and Li S
technique. Montreal fl
s a member \^n^
HohenbergComPany?fNSf
suss KsS
The wedding v. M ati
Miami on May 23 pla*l
CARL JAMROGA
I-
<.,;;;<;: nesSefS H*S? Slated
r :. v : ^^ HOlel Chapter of Bna: Br:th
:-. ...-... .:-.:--. ,.,_ Rav Markj o:r_< wi. r.o.a a Sxk Hop
- '. Jesak Fr^i Sidney" Rasxm Ptv^ Triir^ay. Apr.1 13. at
Robert Taubet board members ** B E-
ecrs .k.".'. be installed -;: ^
anquet at ths Columbus Hotel
- Saturday. Arr.: ::
KmtBftrta Tin Ht ScM
s t R.t e^* .-
|ir-v rr Jn ejfsadsMMl a r *
. / t.-m*-*. v -*ine
a-vrrW > *;?: J-
t 1 .-< J .f* '. ( r
-
\
>, aPln Posture Week
Sr-.irr :-: beDrooea da-;.-;
are an the i^enii ini i rnrv
rill rv rresenteo t; the person
-iir.r.i t_-.e m-osr u-_sui.l s; ^:h- :;.;:_:;< of roie affair wiD
Mrs. Weinstein te
Re\-iew '( ardinal'
Mrs I M. Weinstein will review
Henry Morton Robmson*s "The
Cardinal" at the Friday Bavin
of the Hannah Senesch Group of
Ha-dissah on Friday. April 14. at
1:30 p-m. at Temple Beth Sholom.
aooordmg to Mrs. Morris Alpert.
pres.dent.
Mrs. Sol H Leslie is chairman
of the review series, which will
conclude on April 28.
Genial manage: :.' Panaoartl
Sheridan 7: i-.:e. says: 11m f
seem to :-: -ill;- yj b [
lighten a ::. -Ir.-'s ;.riens-aqd 1
FARR kn: tr.rr all I jstl
"-T.3 my ;:. ;:;::fnntaeir[
lap and :ar. :t.tij:everything]
will be midc sssanfana.*
I \RR
"A Re'.:c: : .Yew hlhtHTJ
Ir.VC
SCHOOl
!| rhe Busu Be*ch rhir-opcacttm r-e i fash pond, penny pitchiag
% it "-. -;-:-; --.--: 3c .'-.r-^-i
Habbi April To Speak
^ Dc W ;. M ''!--_: r? ^ -^ ,*^~ -" 5-noiy April

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St tined and Jini
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unfines
AQUA SHEEN
RAINCOAT
as mmsjsj 2s"
1ITE VAC-ATIM
SWISS KNIGHT
a the FAVORITE CHEESE
in JEWISH HOMES
TASTY CANAPES
quickfy rrc=e with your
favorite cheeie-deliciout
Swiss bsifhl. Cutj easily,
smoothly ;or crocket
topping, irto ottroctive
shapes for aecoration;
makes bo- dfl "7 **
wiches o-= =? ones tor
sturdy opoe' es. Serve
whole Swiss <-ighttri.
onales C =: ~>li'
reolryhec.-;- oftd"T
ishing, o" BVtryWj
Ukesr*!


UDAY, APRIL 14, 1950
+Jewish Hcrldian
PAGE SEVEN
,oa'h Center Sisterhood To Install
Irs. Walsey As President on Monday
nnual installation luncheon of
,f Sisterhood of the Miami Beach
buHsh Center will be held on
Kay- April 17 at 12:30 p.m.
t the Saxony Hotel.
Officers who will be installed
Mis Irving Lehrman include
ijrs. Ira C. Walsey, president; the
jr. Blumenthal
[eads Workshop
pr Seymour M. Blumenthal,
Usulting psychologist is con-
ducting the Parent Workshop on
[Adolescence" at the Miami
Reach V.
The workshop, being held for
four consecutive Monday eve-
iings, got underway Monday with
.'lecture on "Sex and Dating."
Other subjects to be discussed
[ April 1", "Dependence-Inde-
Lendce Conflict: (a) overprotec-
iion and rejection; (b) parent-
fchild identification; (c) money
Problems: (d) "too young" par-
ents; (e) :<.lationship with parents
fend siblings.
April 24. "Youth in the Com-
minity:" (a) relationship in
ocial group; schools, clubs; (b)
the Community Center; (c) out
\>t school activities.
May 1. "Self Discipline and
juidance:" (a) achieving maturi-
ty; (b) educational and vocational
feu'idanct: (c) career selection;
fd) ommunity resources.
Irs. Schwartz Hostess
Mrs. Gus Hartman, president
knd executive director of the Is-
fael Orphan Home of New York
fend Fur Rockaway, and her sister,
Mrs. Pauline Egert of the London
^rms, Miami Beach, were guests
Df Mrs. Tillie L. Schwartz for
dinner in the Pagoda Room of the
Saxony Hotel recently.
Mrs. Schwartz is the founder
and exec utive director of the
People'.- Free Nurse of Greater
New York, founded in memory
pf her father, the late Meyer
feldman The People's Free Nurse
; the only organization in Great-
er New York to render the free
fervice of full time graduate
purses and to provide blood trans-
sions to the nedy sick, regard-
less of age, creed, color or reli-
gion. This free service is rendered
patients at their homes and in
Hie fret wards of voluntary
hospitals ;,nd institutions in every
borough oi New York City.
innon Calls For Cut
Foreign Spending
>Pat Cannon, candidate for Con-
fess fri m the Fourth Congres-
sional District, in a rally address
before campaign workers de-
flared, unxious hours of duty
erformed in the United States
Congress when enemies threat-
ened the life of our nation, have
lurnishctl me with the experience
Uiat will serve' me well when
lealing with the problems that
Mil press for solution now and
the coining years of peace."
Cannon told his listeners that
e favored a drastic reduction in
-"eign spending and will seek
divert some of these monies
domestic projects benefiting
|ur own country as well as South
Florida.
Mesdames Ben Zion Ginsberg
George Goldberg. Joseph M
Lipton, Samuel Lipton, Raymond
Rubin and Anna Wolf, vice presi-
dents; Mrs. Samuel Friedland
treasurer; Mrs. Samuel Ginsberg
recording secretary; Mrs. Samuel
Wiesen, financial secretary; Mrs
Jack J. Falk and Mrs. Samuel
Oka, corresponding secretaries,
Mrs. Bernard Stern, social se-
retary.
Highlight of the afternoon's
program will be a skit directed
by Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsberg, pro-
gram chairman. Entitled "The
Verdict," the skit will feature the
Mesdames Clarence Cohn, Irving
Cypen, William Feuer, Martin
Genet, Sam Nudelman, Alexander
Richardson, Al Osheroff, Ben-
jamin Schanfald. Bernard Stern,
Sigmund Schermer, George
Sugerman and Bertram Thorpe.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will
offer the installation address and
Mrs. Louis Glasser, president of
the Dade County Conference of
Jewish Women's Organizations,
will speak briefly. Mrs. Harry
Rogers, retiring president, will
greet the new officers.
Chairman of the installation is
Mrs. Benjamin Wolff. Mrs. Ber-
nard Stern is co-chairman.
Reservations may be made by
calling the center office at 58-2503.
North Shore Units
To Seat Leaders
Plans are being made by the
North Shore Lodge of B'nai
B'rith and Women's Chapter for
an installation party to be held
at Temple Beth Sholom on Sun-
day evening, April 23.
Leonard Tobin will be installed
as president of the group, Jack
Lawson, first vice president; Leo
Steinman, second vice president;
Sam Weinfeld, treasurer.
Other officers who will be
seated at that time include Lewis
Huntington, recording secretary;
Dr. Benjamin Landau, warden;
Mark Silverstein, chaplain; Leon
Rapee, financial secretary; Melvin
Pazol, David Pollock, Morris
Roth, Louis Sherman, trustees.
Holdover trustees are Jack Law-
son, Dr. Norman J. Russ, Sam
Solloway, David Fenton. Rabbi
Leon Kronish, Sol T. Schwartz,
Leo Solomon and Cantor Samuel
Kelemer.
Florence Kutzen
Recital To Aid
Haven Sehool
Florence Kutzen, Detroit con-
cert pianist, will play selections
by Bach, Liszt, Chopin, Mozart,
Beethoven and Poulenc at her
benefit recital on Saturday April
15, at 8:30 p.m. at the Mi; mi
Women's Club. Proceds from Miss
Kutzen's performance will go to
the Haven School for the Mental-
ly handicapped.
Miss Kutzen received her first
piano instruction from her father,
but at an early age she outgrew
his instruction. He turned her
over to European Maestro Dr.
Mark Gunzburg. Later she studied
with Bendetson Netzorg and
joined his faculty. m
In the East she was a pupil of
Paolo Gallico and furthered her
studies with Ernest Hutcheson of
the Juilliard School of Music.
The recital is being sponsored
by the Levelers Class of the
Scottish Rite and is under Ruth
Brotman management.
Mrs. Becker Weds
Brooklyn Doctor
A lime chiffon dress with
accordion pleated skirt, navy
horsehair garden hat, navy elbow-
length gloves and a corsage of
autumn spray orchids composed
Mrs. Beverly Becker's bridal en-
semble when she and Dr. Fredrich
Fischer, Brooklyn, N. Y., were
married March 31 at the Sorrento
Hotel.
Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan offici-
ated at the ceremony.
Mrs. Bernard Merker, Chicago
was her mother's matron of honor
in a navy lace dress and orchid
corsage. Other attendants were
Mrs. Herman M. Berman, Chicago,
and Mrs. William Farr.
Mr. Berman gave the bride in
marriage, apd served as best man.
A reception followed the cere-
mony and later a dinner was held
in the Florentine Room.
The newlyweds spent a week at
the Sorrento Hotel and then went
to Havana. Returning north, they
will visit Chicago before going
to Brooklyn to live.
Mrs. Fischer has been a mem-
ber of the Speakers' Bureau for
the Southeastern states and B'nai
B'rith Women in Miami Beach
since coming here from Chicago
to live.
Stadlan To Speak
J. Z. Stadlan will speak in
Hebrew on "Hebrew Literature"
at a meeting of the Histadruth
L'Tarbuth Ivrith of Greater Mi-
ami on Sunday, April 16. at 3
p.m. at the Spinoza Outdoor
Forum, 124 11th St., Miami Beach.
Captain Gershon Kohn of the
Israeli army, who arrived from
the new state a week ago, will
also speak briefly.
The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH
The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association. Partici-
pating Agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, in-
forms the public that:
1. Meat Markets without the sign of the GMVH H 1 D 3
displayed are neither supervised nor endorsed by the Vaad;
2. Chickens without the ring of the GMVH fl 1 D 3
3. Hotels and Restaurants may buy kosher meats and yet not
be Kosher;
4. Chickens with the GMVH ring T\ 1 D 3 are endorsed only
are neither supervised nor endorsed by the Vaad;
when they are freshly killed and not when they are
ftozen.
For other information about Kashruth call our Director. Rabbi
Joseph E. RackoTsky. 818 Michigan Avenue. Telephone 5-3595.
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The name of Mrs. Pearl Gratz,
active worker in Pioneer Women
Club No. Two of Miami Beach,
will appear in
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builders' book in
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to an announce-
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Abe Shedroff.
president. A con-
tribution of $500
was recently sent
from the club to
the Israeli build-
ing fund.
Mrs. Gratz is
also a member
of the Miami
Beach YM & WHA, the American
Jewish Congress, Beth Jacob and
other civic and religious organ-
izations.
Special Sabbath Service
The Coral Gables Jewish Center
will hold a special Sabbath serv-
ice Friday evening, April 14,
honoring the sisterhood, with
Rabbi Morris A. Skop conducting.
Taking part in the program will
be the sisterhood president, Mrs.
Irving Gerstenfeld; president-
elect, Mrs. Morris Horwitz; vice
president, Mrs. Sidney Richman
and president of the congregation,
Herbert Gelernter.
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tate Business Increased.
tility Survey Discloses
Florida's business increased
oundly during the past year and
outlook is for continued ex-
ansion, the Florida Power &
ieht Company states in its an-
ual report to stockholders, which
oes to every state in the union.
' A significant trend in Florida,
he company states, is in summer
ourist business, which is in-
reasing more rapidly than winter
usiness.
This increase is more pro-
.ounced in the Miami area, the
enter of the state's tourist busi-
less. than in the state as a whole,
tockholders are told.
"Tremendous expansions by the
attic and frozen orange concen-
.rate industries are the most
spectacular gains of the past year
nd are having a healthful effect
,n the economy of the entire
tate,"' McGregor Smith, president,
_ates In 'he report.
"A broad research program in
cattle is paying off with Florida
cattlemen competing now with
the best beef raised in the nation.
"Frozen concentrate a baby
only two years ago, has created a
tremendously greater demand for
citrus than could ever have been
possible under previous market-
ing conditions." Smith said.
The report includes compre-
hensive charts and figures which
show Florida's continued growth
and the company's record-break-
ing construction program to as-
sure adequate power for the state.
| J. F. Sher Killed
Jacob F. Sher, father of Herbert
I Sher of this city, was killed in
an accident in Englewood, N. J.,
on Tuesday, April 4. He was 73
| years old.
Besides his son, Herbert, he is
Isurvived by his wife, Helen; an-
I other son, Philip, of Teaneck, N.
[J., and three grandchildren.
BENJAMIN YESLOW
II, of ;il N.W. Stitli St., passed away
Itm Tuesday. Mr. Yrxluw, who was a
llmiil operator, is survived by his wl*e
IMollle; i daughter, Donna; two
brothers, Horria and Herman, and
five Haters, among whom are Mrs.
ISarah Alexander anil Mrs. Ida Fried-
Ijiun, of Miami. Cordon's Funeral
Home nas in chiirge of arrangements.
Mennent was held in Mt. Nebo
Cemetery.
Cantor Kelemer
Named Chairman
Of Youth Unit
Cantor Samuel Kelemer was
recently elected chairman of the
Greater Miami Zionist Youth
Commission. He succeeds Mrs. A
Mamlet.
The newly elected chairman is
marking his twenty-fifth year as
a liturgical singer. As a child
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I u.m|,iy i,{ a heart attack. Mr.
the operator of Hetty's Rest-
il Blacayne Blvd., was a native
lebmond, Va., whore the remains
ent for services and interment
Funeral Home. Surviving
his Wife, Hetty; and his father,
brothers and a sister, of Rlch-
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talking pictures.
Coming to Miami five years ago
from Rochester, N. Y., where he
served as cantor of Beth Joseph
Center and studied voice at East-
man School of Music, the cantor
has carved a niche for himself in
the community. He is president ot
the Greater Miami Cantors As-
sociation and was instrumental
in organizing a local Jewish
Music Council, of which he was
named chairman. A member of
the board of directors of the Mi-
ami Beach Zionists district, the
cantor has headed a number of
the group's important committees.
He is also a board member of the
North Shore Lodge, B'nai B'rith.
a member of the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education, the Histadruth
Committee and has been active
in the work of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation.
Other officers of the commis-
sion are Mrs. H. Mccer, vice
chairman of Miami; Gil Rappa-
port, vice chairman of Miami
Beach; Rabbi Moses Mescheloff,
treasurer; Ted Nelson, financial
secretary; Mrs. Henry K. Sollo-
way, Young Judaea chairman.
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Tumor Clinic Shifts
To Cancer Institute
Jackson Memorial Hospital's
tumor clinic was transferred to
the Dade County Cancer Institu-
te's building at 1155 N.W. 14th
St. on Tuesday.
At that time the cancer detec-
tion center of the institute was
discontinued.
The two moves, worked out by
medical and civic groups after
long negotiations, are supported
to strengthen the services fighting
cancer in this area and free the
institute to work for its long-
range plans to establish a com-
plete cancer hospital here
eventually.
The new tumor clinic will be
open one day a week and will
handle only indigent patients. It
will be operated by the medical
staff of the hospital through its
cancer committee, headed by Dr.
Donald Marion.
Taking part in talks on the
transfer of the clinic and discon-
tinuance of the detection center
were J. Gerald Lewis, president
of the Dade County Cancer Insti-
tute; Dr. C. C. Hillman, superin-
tendent of Jackson; Dr. Marion,
and representatives of the Dade
County Medical Association
whose cancer control committee
is headed by Dr. L. W. Dowling.
Herman Binder was chairman of
the institutes negotiating com-
mittee.
Card Party Scheduled
The Miami Ladies Auxiliary to
the Jewish Home for the Aged
will sponsor a card party on Sun-
day, April 16, from 1 to 6 p.m.
at Douglas Gardens, N.E. 2nd
Ave. and 53rd St., according to
Mrs. Rose Pertes, chairman of the
event.
Proceeds from the affair are
earmarked for the building fund.
Assisting Mrs. Pertes are Mrs.
Ethel Katz and Mrs. Rose New-
berger. Transportation will be
provided from Beth El.
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Looking for Job
Building Private Homes
George Shostak
17 E. 19lh Street. Hialeah
Elderly woman would like same
as companion to share 5 room
home. All privileges and tele-
phone. $25 per month yea^
Call before noon, 82-MJ7
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Joyce Candidate For
Purchasing Agent
William D. "Bill" Joyce, candi-
date for re-election as Dade
County Purchasing Agent, subject
to the May 2 primary, declared
this week that too few voters
realize the duties of the office of
purchasing agent and the neces-
sary qualifications a candidate
must have to properly serve the
people who elect him to office.
The candidate emphasized that
he "is fully qualified through
many years experience to carry
out these functions for the best
interests of the taxpayers of Dade
County."
Joyce disclosed that the pur-
chasing agent buys all merchand-
ise and commodities used by the
entire county.
The candidate is past post com-
mander of the American Legion
and the VFW: an active member
of the Military Order of World
Wars; Forty and Eight; Purple
Heart; Third Division Society;
Military Order of Cooties; Elks
and Moose Lodges: Lions; South
Florida Anglers Club and a mem-
ber of the Municipal Finance
Officers Association of the United
States.
Joyce came to the county
purchasing agent's office from a
post in the Florida state comp-
troller's office. He is married and
has two children.
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(Continued from Page II
officers or the local bureau by
Stanley Myers, chairman of the
community planning committee
of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation. To be seated are Louis
Htiman. honorary president: Max
Meisel, president: Dr. David
Andron. Joseph Duntov and
David Isen. vice presidents- Israel
Shapoff. secretary: Mrs. Matilda
Ratner. treasurer. A report of
the activities of the bureau will
be outlined by Louis Schwartz-
man, executive director.
Din ton be Inat illed
Julius Jay Perlmutter, Leo Shelner,
L Barnhard l Miller, Harrj Gold-
berg, Hyman Sootln, Anna Levlnaon,
<;-or* "Si-K,l. .:.i. k Sil Arthur
Itruok. air*. I.-.ns i ;u.-.-:. Morris
1! -.Iifhaum. 1...::, M.i!-u...-s. M:>.
ieltner. Un R lea, Dr.
M 1 Glick, Mia, Freida Levine, Mrs
f: l^nt'aum, .Mr5. Eathei
Mrs I-eon Kaplan Mra
Dr. Harry Queen, Dr.
on, Joshua g.taill in,
K ''. Al-ralmra I-^rluin.
Betty i;rpn-
Mra Sidney
Herbert Silver. B.
lean Stclbcl. Sain
Mra. All ed Mai i Mra A.
I Laura Sai Di /I
Mr?. Leon Ell. Mrs V
Mrs If A :-' ,s- M Al^x
Stelbi Un lack R laenbei f, Mrs.
! \ Dr. Seymour Blumen-
thal. Nor::.... Rosaman Mra .1. B.
K-. Bw I Stei lin, Mrs. H.
Cantor, Sam Levitan, Mrs. Jack
Shapiro. Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Mra.
Bessie El nan, Mra Edgar Miller. Mra.
Ralph Ba stall A. Cohen, Joel Zili.-.
Samuel J. Rand, Eli Hum-Its, Mrs
! Rand, Mra Gilbert Goldman,
Leoi ird Merlin, Fied Berkowlta, Mrs
Ktma Bild, Mrs. Max Meisel. Harry
h iff Loula Heiman. T>r. M. A.
: d, r>r. David Andron. Mrs
Matilda Ratner, Mrs H. SeltUn, Israel
ff, Sydney Greenbera;, Jerome
, Grossman, Malvlna
Weiss, Pr. J. H. Kaplan. Mrs F
Newman. Morris Jacobs, Mrs. A Stone,
j Cohen Sidney M Aronovlts, Abe
::tz. Pincus Pushcoff. Judge
Kenneth Oka, David l^n. I P. Uid-
mar,. H M. Drevltch. Joseph Dunt.v.
Benjamin Meyers. Max Meisel: and
- Irvine I.ehrman. Joseph
akv, M irray Orauer. Max
Shapiro. Leon Kronish. Simon April,
Morria Skop, Isaac Ever, Moshay
Moaea Mescheloff.
The committee in charge of ar-
rangements consists of Mrs.
Matilda Ratner. chairman. David
Isen. Eli Hurwitz. Mrs. Freda
Newman. Mrs. Freida Levine and
Mrs H. Seitlin.
Invitations to the Jewish Edu-
cation Dinner are now available
from all members of the commit-
tee and at the office of the Bureau
of Jewish Education. 3-5858.
Optics degrees.
For the past 18 months. Dr.
Ziff has been associated with Dr.
Agnes Sutton Austin in the
practice of orthoptics. visual
training and reading disabilities.
Dr Ziff will limit his practice
to visual analvsis. visual training
and complete optical service.
"legal notice
LEGAL NOTICE
Dr. Sanjord I. Ziff
Dr. Ziff Opens
Optometry Office
Dr. Sanford L. Ziff announces
the opening of his office for the
practice of optometry' at 2904
Biscayne Blvd.
Dr. Ziff attended the Universi-
ties of Akron and Miami. He
graduated from the Northern
Illinois College of Optometry in
September. 1948. At that time he
received his Doctor of Optometry
and Bachelor of Science in Visual
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and file the original Answer or Plead-
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lav of Mav, iJtr.n. If you fail to do so.
judgment by default will he taken
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1950.
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rierk. Circuit Court. Pade
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131897
GEORGE M. KKAI'SE. vs.
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SUIT FOR DIVORCE '
tii BERTHA KRAU8E.
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Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade
County. Florida.
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Deputy Clerk
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(SO Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
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deep in the man of the soil...his courage in the face of
drought, flood, wind, depression and disaster. It explains the
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stock. In short...it explains why every farmer "from
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week to be a better farmer every year!
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his father-moved to South Florida in 1917...bought the land
the Gianolio farm now occupies and from 1918 to 1925,
Jim and his father operated a small, 10-cow dairy farm
together, selling their milk to the wholesale market.
In 1925, Jim Gianolio married Marie Antoinette Enrico,
the daughter of Sam Enrico, anosher pioneer Dade
County dairy farmer.
By 1926, the herd had been increased tb 100 head and it
was that year that Jim took over "on his own". In 1928, hf
became one of the original organizers and first members
of Miami Home Milk Producers Association.
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Northwest 7th Avenue and Golden Glade Road, North
Miami. The present herd totals 500 fine, regularly tested,
Jersey-Guernsey grade cows. Some replacements are
raised on the farm. The creamy milk, which tests high in
butterfat, is delivered daily to the Miami Home Milk plant.
The Gianolios have one daughter, Gloria, now Mrs. J.
IVrnreuter. Mr. Bernreuter works with his father-in-law on
the farm. The Bernreuters have a small daughter,
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fUDAY,
APRIL 14, 1950
*Jewisti Meridian
PAGE ELEVEN
erf man, Pallot Head Miami Delegation
[o 14th Annual B'nai B'rith State Meet
B'nai B'rith Council president,, will meet at an executive commit-
,orSo Bertrr.an, and past presi- j tee dinner at 6 p.m. on Saturday,
April 15, followed by business
session at 8 p.m.
Women's groups will participate
in a joint. Hillel session on Sunday
at 11 a.m. and an ADL panel at
2 p.m.
Prof. Charles Bushong, of the
University of Florida, will be
speaker at the Anti-Defamation
League panel. B'nai B'rith youth
groups will debate the question:
"Shall Jerusalem be Internation-
alized?" and men's and women's
groups will meet in a membership
panel discussion.
District Grand Lodge Five sec-
retary, Julius Fisher, will be
principal speaker at the final
luncheon on Monday, April 17,
and Alan Gale, "night club
comedian* will appear at the
opening social program on Satur-
day evening.
Greater Miami delegates will
include: Lewis Pomerantz, Oscar
Greene, Jerome Adelman, Alvin
Corenblum, Mr. and Mrs. D. Isen.
Irving Schatzman, George J.
Talianoff. Gilbert J. Balkin, Jules
P. Channing, Godfrey K. New-
man, Jack Gold, Saul Genet, Mr.
and Mrs. Sol Goldstrom, Sam
Weinfeld, Mark Silverstein, Leo
Steinman, Leonard Tohin. Sidney
Aronovitz, Mr. and Mrs. Abe
Aronovitz, Charles R. Jacobson,
Joseph Rayvis, Alex Cohen, Irving
Saal. Sam Friedman, John Kron-
en f eld, Munis Bicrman, Marvin
Rauzin, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Levin.
5, Albert Pallot, will head
delegation of more than 40
umbcis ::nd their wives to the
fate convention of B'nai B'rith
[Jdges in St. Peterbsurg, April
jto 17-
According to an announcement
\ q K. Jacobson, B'nai B'rith
Lncil director, a record attend-
ee is expected at the fourteenth
lnu.,l conclave at the Hunting-
i. Hotel in St. Petersburg.
|Tlie women's convention, being
lid simultaneously with that ol
L lodges, will feature debates,
laloiv and seminars, according
state vice president, Mrs. Al-
Irt Moss of West Palm Beach.
omen's committee for the con-
lnt:on includes Mrs. Eugene
Hene, Mrs. B. Wolfson and Mrs.
Ick Kapner.
Efficers of the state federation
trrvi* To Mark
british visitor, Hannah Stein,
Ited journalist and member of
i executive of the British
lonist Federation, will be the
lest speaker at special services
iking the second anniversary
the establishment of Israeli at
|i bral Gables Zionist District and
Mi imi Unit of Junior
I
[I: ; A. Skop will read
It spei thanksgiving service
lepared by Rubbi Milton Stcin-
I York just before his
iridcii death, which is being is-
|id bj the Synagogue Counci
I
Sreetings will be brought by
prman ii. Lyons, president of
bles Zionist District
Id representatives of Junioi
dassah which is marking its
Bnty-fifth anniversary,
^n Oneg Shabbat will follow
services. Ladies of the Coral
Zionist District will serve
ises, with Mrs. Naphtali
feidberg as chairman.
Jr. Hadassah To
Hold April Dance
The Miami Unit of Junior
i Hadassah will hold an "April
I Showers Dance" on Saturday,
April 15. at 8 p.m. at the Sorrento
Hotel, acoording to Miriam
Scheinberg, president.
, Music for dancing will be pro-
vided by Mai Malkin and his
, orchestra and a dance exhibition
i will be presented by the Powers
: Studio. Comedian Shelly Lawr-
i ence will serve as emcee.
Working on arrangements for
the affair are Miss Scheinberg,
Elaine Sachs and Mickey Einhorn.
Tickets will be available at the
door and all proceeds are ear-
marked for the Meier Shefeyah
Children's Village in Israel.
Landau Chapter
To Seat Leaders
Clara Hirsh Landau Chapter of
B'nai B'rith Young Women will
initiate new members on Satur-
day, April 15, at the home of Mrs.
Morris Goldin, 4233 Royal Palm
Ave., Miami Beach. A party will
follow the ceremony.
Bobby De Vore, membership
chairman, and Elaine Schwartz,
president, are in charge of the
initiation rites, and Ruth Kahn.
social chairman, is handling ar-
rangements for the party. Assist-
ing her are Shirley Marks, Rema
Jackson Arlene Sissleman, Dottie
Michelson.
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>sium on station WFEC
Indny. April 16, at 2:30 p.m. will I
|rk the twenty-fifth annivers- !
oi Hebrew University.
fcticipants will be Sydney
jenberg, head of the Hebrew
artment, the University of
r.?": Z' Stadlan. president
I the Organization for Hebrew
ture: and B. A. Barkai, au-
r. nou-.-paperman and alumnus
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nounces a series of eight lectures and discussion periods
"AN INTERPRETATION OF OUR TIMES"
ach Friday evening, April 14June 2 inclusive. 7:45 p. m..
Beaumont Lecture Hall, Main Campus.
$10.00 FOR ENTIRE SERIES.
Pr' U, Investigation of the Basic Tenets of Socialism, Com-
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Pr- 21, Factors in Understanding Today's International
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Pr- 28. A Philosopher's Reflections on a Survey of India's
Educational System. Dr. John J. Tigert.
i 5. Literature as an Aid in Interpreting Contemporary
t e" Dr# Cnarles Doren Tharp.
av io ues in American Education. Dr. John R. Berry.
av *ronflicts >n American Politics. Dr. Donald R. Larson.
/ 26. The Two Halves of our Hemisphere-United or Divided.
, r. J. Hiis Owre.
e i. The Influence of Geography on Modern Life. Dr. J.
Riley Staats.
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*Jeni$t> HorMian
PAGE THIRTEEN
brew Loan Unit
Seat Officers
L, recently-organized Greater
Imi Hebrew Free Loan Aso-
' will hold formal installa-
of officers and members of
/board of directors on Sunday,
ril 16 at 8 p.m. at the Miami
Irish Community Center.
he association was organized to
it, persons who are m need of
Ell loans. Until its establish-
mt the founders explain, there
I no place in Miami where
h an accommodation could be
Jde without cost.
Principal speakers at the in-
flation will be Ben Essen, first
e'pn sldent of the Miami Jew-
Community Center, and
irold Shapiro, active Zionist
irker. Cantor Maurice Mamches
_-,: Mrs. Francine Zicree will
I [er musical selections.
I Officers, wno win oe installed
I < Maurice Grossman, executive
rector of the Miami Jewish
,mmunity Center, include
fnuel Rothstein, president; Isi-
,re Schwartz, first vice presi-
nt; Mrs. L. Block, second vice
jesident; Abraham Rosenberg,
easurer; Mrs. Lillian Snyder,
kancial secretary; Mrs. Murray
Usher, recording secretary;
rs. Fred Ochs, corresponding
tretary; Mrs. L. Asch and H.
Cm, trustees; Mrs. S. Rothstein,
[rs. Kramer and Mr. Weintraub,
vestigators.
Board members are S. Okenov,
r. Switchkow, Mr. Simon, Mr.
upkin. Mr. Nevelsky, Mrs. Litt,
,'r. ancl Mrs. A. Sakowitz, Mr.
Scree. Mr. Kramer, Mr. and Mrs.
lliam Zimmerman and Mrs. D.
am
Ipril Proclaimed Cancer
Control Month By Mayor
i The American Cancer Society's
1950 Cancer Crusade received the
fiicial backing of the Miami area
Jhen Mayor William Wolfarth
Iroclaimed April Cancer Con-
Vol Month.
The proclamation called on all
litizens "to inform themselves of
he facts about cancer, and to
upport the work of the American
fancer Society by contributing
its appeal for funds."
[Rep. Grant Stockdale, Dade
County campaign chairman for
tie Cancer Society, and Mrs. T.
T. Moore, county commander of
ne society's volunteer field army,
pre present when the proclama-
pon was signed.
American Cancer Society Cam-
paign Headquarters are located
It 119 S.E. 2nd Ave., phone
2-3664.
Sliolom Women to
Elect Officers
The annual election meeting of
the Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Sholom will be held on Wednes-
day, April 19, at 1:30 p.m. in the
temple patio following a dessert
luncheon.
Mrs. Bessie Nelson, chairman
of the nominating committee of
the sisterhood, will submit the
following slate for election: presi-
dent, Mrs. Alexander Robbins
(re-election); vice president, Mrs.
Edward Mencher, Mrs. Louis
Stoff, Mrs. Gilbert Goldmnn;
recording secretary, Mrs. Alan
Herron; corresponding secretary;
Mrs. Fred Somerstein; treasurer^
Mrs. Norman Babel; financial
secretary, Mrs. Murray Reckson;
chaplain, Mrs. Leon Kronish.
Board members to be elected
for a one-year unexpired term
include the Mesdames William
Bernstein, Joseph Chutkow, Art
England, I. C. Greenberg, David
Goldner, Samuel Kelemer, Harry
Kohn, Jack Lawson, Alfred M.
Mamlet, Benjamin Seidler, Alex
Straus, Jack Udell, Bert Whit-
man; for a one-year term, Irving
Bachrach, Sam Beckerman, Al
Bernard, Aaron Farr, Saul Her-
man, Murray Maurer, Jerry
Small, Joseph Wolf; for a two-
year term, Joseph Arkin, Camille
Baum, Saul Cohen, William Farr,
Joseph Fenias, Emanuel Gold-
strich, Hyman S. Kaplan, Milton
Kraus, Chester Krone, David
Levinson, Irving Marcus, Bessie
Nelson, Irving Rothman, Alan
Wagner, Ben Wolf, Simon Wolff,
Bert Waller, Abe Zinnamon.
An original musical quizz in
which the audience will partici-
pate will be the entertainment
feature of the meeting according
to Mrs. Emanuel Goldstrich, pro-
gram chairman. Prizes will be
awarded the winners.
enter To Present Show
Thi Miami Jewish Community
Center is sponsoring its second
Innual variety show on Sunday,
jpnl 30, at 8:15 p.m. in the center
tin,
By popular Gemancl, "Sounds
Terrific." an original musical
omedy will be presented again.
featuring top local talent, the
Till two-hour show includes
pecialty acts, comedy, music and
lancing.
Young Adults To
Hold Forums
The Young Adult Council of
the Miami Jewish Community
Center will hold the first of a
series of forums on the topic "The
Economic Outlook for the Young
Adult," at the center on Wednes-
day, April 19, at 8 p.m.
The prospect for young adults
because of general world condi-
tions, education, ethnic factors,
employment and local geographic
factors will be discussed by
Evelyn Gardner, Jr. Hadassah;
Pauline Wittenberg, Young Pro-
gressive Association; Stanley
Sterling, IZFA; Fred Gold, Miami
University student; Leona Bros-
ton, YWCA. Martin Rubinstein
will serve as moderator.
Debate Elimination
Dates Announced
Dates for the elimination con-
test in the Southeast Florida high
school debate tournament spon-
sored by Sholem Lodge, B'nai
B'rith, have been announced by
Jerome Weinkle, chairman.
Teams will meet in elimina-
tions on Thursday and Friday,
April 20 and 21, in room 315,
Merrick Bldg., University of
Miami at 6 p.m.
The four qualifying affirmative
and negative teams will meet in
the semi-finals on Saturday, April
22, at 9:30 a.m., in room 217,
Merrick Bldg. Best affirmative
and negative teams will then
meet for the championship that
afternoon at 2:45 in the studios
of radio station WGBS. The de-
bate will be broadcast as a public
service feature.
Subject for the contest is:
"Resolved: That House Resolution
No. 4567 Providing For The
Liberalization of the Displaced
Persons Bill Should Be Enacted
Into Law By Congress."
Dr. Emanuel Pushkin of the
awards committee has announced
that loving cups will be awarded
to the winning team and trophies
will also be presented to the
runners-up. Forensic keys will
be awarded to all semi-finalists
and participant's keys will be
given to all students who debated
in the contest.
The winning team and its coach
will receive a one-week trip to
Washington, D. C, all expenses
paid, as their prize. In the na-
tion's capital,, they will visit
Congress, meet nationally-known
figures and be the guests of
Florida legislators.
Young Adult Brunch
The Young Adult Club of the
Miami Beach Y will hold its
second monthly brunch on Sun-
day, April 16, at 11 a.m. The
group will complete plans for its
week-end conclave April 28-30.
Scholarships To Brandeis Camps
Open To Young People 18 To 25
Young people between the ages
of 18 to 25 are eligible to apply
for local, regional, and national
scholarships to one of the three
Brandeis Camp Institutes in the
United States, according to a re-
lease issued by the Southern
Zionist Youth Commission, 702
Peters Building, Atlanta, Ga.
Applications are now being re-
ceived by local youth commis-
sions who will consider applica-
tions before submitting them to
the regional youth commission at
its next meeting in Jacksonville,
on Sunday, May 7. Southerners
interested in applying for scholar-
ships valued at $300 may obtain
application forms from the Na-
tional Brandeis Foundation, 115
W. 87th St., New York 16, N. Y.;
from their local youth commission
chairman. Cantor Samuel Kele-
mer; or from the Regional Youth
Commission Office in Atlanta.
According to plans, it is hoped
that at least 100 candidates from
the South will attend the camps
located in Hendersonville, N. C,
Sant:> Susana, California camp,
or the Winteidale, Pennsylvania
institute. Sessions last for two and
four weeks, and begin July 3.
The regional youth commission,
according to the announcement
plans to award seven scholarships.
primarily to college students at
universities where there are no
local youth commissions. Candi-
dates interested in obtaining a
regional scholarship must get
their applications to the region
by May 1.
Cadet Honored
William J. Weissel, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Weissel, 200 Miracle
Mile, Coral Gables, has been
awarded the Order of Anthony
Wayne at Valley Forge Military
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plan now in existence?
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PAGE FIFTEEN
"Between You and Me"
By BORIS SMOLAR
(Copyright, 1948. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
DIPLOMATIC AFFAIRS:
The State Department seems to
h- nretty much embarrassed over
the fact that Britain, while arm-
ng the Arab states has flatly
refected Israel's application for
Jhe purchase of arms In England.
It is now indicated in the
flttte Department that the entire
Middle East question may be
raised by Secretary of State Dean
Acheson at the forthcoming con-
ference of Foreign Ministers in
London American delegates
to the Zionist Actions Committee
__which is to open its session in
Jerusalem on April 19have
taken with them highly import-
ant recommendations concerning
the future of the Jewish Agency.
All of them want the Jewish
Agency to continue its existence
under its present name because of
the psychological connotations
implied, especially in connection
with fund raising The Agency
has never been incorporated
under the laws of any country,
except recently in the United
States ... It came into being
under the terms of the Palestine
Mandate given to England by the
League of Nations Now, that
the Mandate is no longer in
existence, the American delegates
to the Actions Committee session
will recommend that the Agency
be declared a legal entity under
a special act of the Israel Parlia-
ment The American Zionist
leaders advocate that the Jewish
Agency become an implementing
arm of the World Zionist execu-
tive in matters of immigration
and colonization The World
Zionist executive would continue
to exercise its controlling influ-
ence in the Jewish Agency which,
under the recommendations of
American leaders, would operate
without being controlled or super-
vised by the Israel government.
comet finally lost its tail and
became Venus Some human
beings, according to Dr. Velikov-
sky, survived the catastrophe of
fire, flood and earthquake, but
must have suffered "collective
amnesia" Astronomers and
Lantaf f Stresses
Economy Need
Emphasizing the necessity for
economy in the federal govern-
ment, William C. Bill Lantaff,
candidate for the United States
Congress from this district, this
week outlined his program in
talks throughout the district.
Lantaff, member of the state
legislature from Dade during the
past two terms, said his program
calls for a streamlining of the
federal government to save the
other scientists consider Dr i.
Velikovsky's book "rubbish" andi| SSKJ6? *lieast three b,,llon
"nonsense" ... To this the author
answers that these scientists "still
live in the 17th century" ... In
fact, he claims, many of his
critics did not even go to the
trouble of reading his book .
A Hebrew scholar, Dr. Velikovsky
has quite a record %s a student of
science ... He studied medicine
in Moscow, biology in Berlin,
natural sciences in Edinburgh,
and psychiatry in Zurich and
Vienna ... His book, though pub-
lished only two weeks ago, is in
its fourth edition.
MINOR MEMOS:
dollars a year.
This, he said, could be accom-
plished by consolidation of con-
flicting services and functions,
elimination of unnecessary activi-
ties, halting excessive spending,
balancing the budget and repeal
of exhorbitant wartime excise
taxes.
Lighthouse For Blind
Conducts Seal Drive
Seal letters from the Miami
Lighthouse for the Blind, 601
S.W. 8th Ave., are being delivered
in the annual drive for funds to
carry on the program of aid to
the blind of Greater Miami.
The lighthouse is supported en-
tirely by the seal sale, contribu-
tions and memberships, Hal S.
Pelton, vice president and seal
chairman, pointed out in urging
support of the sale.
This year the program of aid
includes the sightless at the light-
house and also those at the newly
established Negro branch. 2151
N.W. 6th Place, the first of its
kind in the nation.
The seal funds make it possible
to train the blind and give them
work on such projects as making
rubber door mats and mops, and
weaving rugs on looms especially
designed for sightless workers.
Pelton invited the public to
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CONTROVERSIAL STUFF:
An Israel citizen is now the
subject of great controversy
among scientists and literary
critics in the United States .
He is Immanuel Velikovsky, au-
thor of "Worlds in Collision," just
published by Macmillan His
book is attracting unprecedented
attention because of sensational
assertions which he makes in an
effort to prove that a comet side-
swiped the earth in the days of
the Bible On the basis of his
research, he claims that the open-
ing of the Red Sea for the Jews
during the Exodus from Egypt
resulted from celestial disturb-
ances These disturbances, he
says, are also responsible for the
fact that the sun later remained
stationary in the sky during
Joshua's battle at Jericho ... In
brief, he develops a theory that
about 1,500 B.C.E. a tremendous
comet ran amok in the solar
system This comet sideswiped
the earth, caused earthquakes of
terrific violence and drew the
earth's waters from their usual
beds ... In some places, the
oceans' beds were exposed .
Thus, Dr. Velikovsky postulates,
it was possible for the Israelites
to cross the sea on dry land in
their flight from Egypt The
Ben Cone, president of the
Jewish United Charities of
Greensboro, is now serving as
mayor of that city Marvin
Lowenthal is now writing a one-
volume history of the Joint Dis-
tribution Committee Eleven
new communities have joined the
Council of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds during the
past 13 months This brings
the total number of member
agencies in the Council to 255 .
In case you don't know, all pro-
ceeds and royalties from the book
"A Measure of Freedom" by
Arnold Forsterpublished this
weekgo to the Anti-Defamation
League of the B'nai B'rith .
Manfred George, editor of the
German-Jewish weekly Aufbau,
has just published in booklet
form a series of articles on Israel
which he wrote for his paper
during a recent visit to the Jewish
state You will soon see a
motion picture on the Jewish re-
volt against the German Army
in the Warsaw Ghetto which was
actually filmed in Warsaw .
The film, named "Border Street,"
has been brought to this country
by Globe Film Distributors .
Film critics who have seen a pre-
view of it in New York have paid
it high tribute.
During his two terms in the
state legislature, Lantaff has
compiled an enviable record and
now is senior member of the Dade
house delegation, recently voted
^y-^^.?f?fi?_tn?_^0UrSe-.a.l."thf visit'the h'ghttouseT^partieularly
April 16, from 2 to 5 o'clock, when
an open house will be held under
the direction of Mrs. Hugh
most outstanding and effective in
the legislature."
It was Lantaff who authored
the bill in the 1949 session giving
aid to cities, whereby some
$3,500,000 will be returned to
Dade municipalities for public
improvements during this year.
He also was an aggressive leader
for improved public health, wel-
fare, educational and flood control
programs.
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The 17,165 immigrants whom
HIAS helped to receive in the
United States during 1949 were
destined to relatives and friends
in 633 communities in 37 states
and the District of Columbia. The
remainder of the 26,043 HIAS
protegees who left European
countries went to Latin America,
Australia, Canada and Israel,
end of the holiday.
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PAGE SEVENTEEN
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JEWS IN SPORTS
By HASKELL COHEN
ggggngHgnxnc............
the top teams in the nation next
winter.
.er 31 years at the helm
"the City College basketball
am. Coach Nat Holman, former
Hgi'nal Celtic ace, has come up
jth a national champion. A
ven to one underdog in the
feting. City College eliminated
In Francisco, Kentucky, Du-
lesnc. and finally Bradley in
recently completed National
vitational Tournament.
defeating Kentucky by
Frty-nine points, 89-50, the City
lllegc five reached a peak not
tn before this year on the Gar-
court. The boys were sensa-
lal. Everything they shot went
and they carried out their
LyS to perfection. After a while,
Holman j\ist relaxed, sat
ck, and beamed as his boys
a job on the highly touted
ys from old Kentucky.
jr sophomores and one senior
nprised the starting line-up
;th Co-Captains Irwin Dambrot,
Ed Roman, and Al "Fats"
jth leading the Jewish con-
sent on the club. The other
i are colored boysEd Warner
Floyd Layne.
City started off the season with
Lery high rating due to the fact
It its incoming sophomores
|re rated the best in the East,
t boys held up fairly well over
first part of the year, but
ggered for a while and dropped-
nes to Canisius, Niagara, and
^acuse towards the closing half
I campaign. On the basis of
play against Niagara in
Bruary, nobody gave the
Vender five a chance for na-
nal honors and many con-
dpd that the club didn't war-
being chosen among the best
blve quintets who made up the
pr of the National Invita-
nnl Tournament,
was quickly evident against
Francisco that the young
nan five had regained early
on poise and would be a
\lh club to hurdle. This fine
evidenced m the contest
Bnst the Far Westerners con-
ned throughout the next three
hes and the Beavers came
(>ugh with their first national
I which almost saw their coach
ching the game on television,
lolman was bedded with the
I the day before the game and
hngements were made for him
Vatch the game over television
a telephone at his bedside
that he could communicate
i Assistant Coach Bobby Sand
ie bench. The last minute saw
ians doctor agreeing to let
veteran mentor go to the
den, despite the fact that he
been running a temperature
102. Holman is a cool, cal-
ling man who rarely gives
T to emotion, but he was over-
Jmed by the splendid efforts
U.s k.ds and, for the first time
[ears, forgot his austerity in
| Post-game festivities.

Bqucsne University of Pitts-
ln. which finished fourth in
lational Invitational Tourna-
. snowed the fans a promis-
IPayer in Art Goldberg of
IKlyn, New York. Goldberg,
Rpiiomore, impressed the on-
p wth his coolness under
and gives promise of helping
' the Iron Dukes among
It is becoming clearly evident
that the game of basketball, once
dominated completely by Jewish
boys in the East, is finding less
and less Jewish performers each
year. New York City, a breeder
of basketball players has folded
up several Jewish Community
Centers where boys formerly de-
veloped into splendid players.
Perhaps the movement under-
foot now by the Jewish Welfare
Board to strengthen its basketball
program will aid in bringing back
good basketball among Jewisn
participants. New York high
schools are graduating several
good Jewish ball players but no-
where near the amount that used
to matriculate in former years.
Only one senior, Boris Nachamkin
of Thomas Jefferson High School,
figures to make all-Met honors
which is a sad contrast to the
situation ten or fifteen years ago.
*
Joe Ginsberg has been belting
that ball at a lively clip in the
Detroit Tigers training camp, but
it seems to no avail. Although Joe
appears to be the best bet for
future honors among the Bengal
mask men, he is slated to return
to Toledo.
This unfortunate situation arises
because the Tigers are afraid to
release their $75,000 bonus baby
Frrank House, who has proved to
be a dismal flop. Nevertheless,
they are not desirious of dropping
a $75,000 chattel until he has
been given every oportunity to
make the grade.
Second Session
Gets Underway
At Biseayne
As was to be expected Biscayne
got off to a flying start when
the greyhounds returned last
Tuesday for the second part of
the meeting. Practically all the
performers that raced at the early
meet were on hand for the open-
ing and the Spring Inaugural
drew an exceptionally brilliant
array of talent.
Such stars as Mountain Time,
War Edge, Fain, Asset, Black
Badger, Nyoka Karlrock and For-
ever After gave the fans plenty
of thrills as they sped around the
5/16 course. All eight were great
favorites at the early meeting.
It is going to be something
special to watch when Real
Huntsman, Beach Comber, Dol-
phin and Mountain Time meet
at the northside oval, what with
Beachy reaching out for his
hundredth victory, Real Hunts-
man shooting after more laurels
after compiling a record that gave
him the title of juvenile champ,
Mountain Time, with six firsts to
his credit when he left Biscayne
last December including a vic-
tory over Beach Comber and
Dolphin which set the world-
champ back three times at West
Flagler.
Add to this quartet scores of
speed stars of the first magnitude
and you'll have an idea what's in
store for fans during the coming
45 nights of racing at old Bis-
cayne.H. M. Fleming.
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LESTER HIRSCH
awav"A,.i"iT -"'"?""'?<'" AV paused
,f A|,r" ',A winter visitor from
g*L *y tar sons and three
?o win"' The '"mains were returned
!,.., """msDort for Interment and
MrVtCM by Rlversnle Memorial Chapel
of Miami Beach.
ABRAHAM SHERMAN
il S?>' '""on Ave. passed awav
J}. m .arh ho*l>ltal on April 8. A
resident here for five years. Mr
^rv']."1" iMiani1 fr,"n Wiih-
ir.Kton D. c where the remains were
bEH ,1 Wvlca? i,ml Interment hv
l^h fcMon,orlal Cha"" "' Miam"'
srwssarwff a vetera"ot
MAX SILVER
.miH^'i 372 C,.,llln8 Ave "asse" away
suddenly on April S. A visitor from
m,'1? V i. ,Mn- Mr Kilver w* '" thf
metal business. He is survived by his
JSSi Vba- The remains were sent to
.i. ,l?r ser^ps and Interment bv
!J* '<>versl Miami Beach.
MAX WEINGAR
r>7, of Brooklyn, N. Y., passed away
m a. Beach hospital on April 8. Mr.
Weinfc-ar was brought here from the
north for hospitallsation about six
w?. aK He ls survived by his
wife, Rose, and three sons, Murray,
(.eoi-Ee, and Dr. Irving- Welngar of
Brooklyn. The remains were returned
to Brooklyn for services and interment
bv the I,iv.-: side Memorial Chapel of
Miami Reach.
ABRAHAM VONDAREFF
68, a winter visitor from Washing-
ton, passed away In a Beach hospital
on April 8. He Is survived bv his wife,
Ida, one son, Daniel and a" daughter,
Mrs. Helen Feldberg, all of Washing-
ton, where the remains were sent for
services and Interment by the River-
side Memorial Chapel of Miami Beach.
AARON LINZER
6o, of 3174 Sheridan Ave., a winter
visitor from the Bronx, passed away
oil April 9. Mr. Llnzer, a manufacturer
Of brushes, is survived by his wife,
Dorothy; one son and one daughter.
He was a veteran of the first World
War.
MICHAEL A. PODOLOFF
14. passed away in a Beach hoaoltal
on April 9. Michael who was visiting
here from Schenectady, is survived
by his parents Dr. and Mrs. Samuel
Podoloff. Riverside Memorial Chapel
of Miami Beach were In charge of
the arrangements. The remains u-.-r,.
sent to Schenectady for services and
interment.
HIRAM SOLOMON-
53, of 5945 N. Bay Road, died sudden-
ly on April 10. A textile manufacturer,
Mr. Solomon is survived by his wife,
Carolyn; one daughter, Emma Jean;
and one sister, Roslyn Solomon. The
remains were sent to New York for
services and interment by the River-
side Memorial Chapel, of Miami
Beach
HARRY MALMUD
61. of 1021 N.W. 20th Ave., passed
away In a local hospital on Monday.
A realtor, Mr. Malmud came here
eight months ago from the Bronx to
which the remains were sent for
services and Interment by Miami
Riverside Memorial Chapel.
LEO KAY
Passed away In a local hospital
this week. He Is survived by his wife
Bertha. The remains were sent to
Chicago for services and interment by
the Beach Memorial Chapel.
ISAAC SCHWARTZ
Passed awav this week in a local
hospital. He Is survived by his wife
Rose. The remains were sent to New
York for services and Interment by
the Beach Memorial Chapel.
Kadimah Chapter To
Meet On April 13
A meeting of the Kadimah
Chapter of Pioneer Women will
be held on Thursday, April 13,
at 8:30 p.m. at Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation. Mem-
bers of the Golda Meyerson Club
of Pioneer Women will be special
guests at the meeting.
A film entitled "Labor Is
Israel" will be shown following
the short business meeting. Mrs.
Ceil Albert, Dorothy Alpert and
Helen Stern will be hostesses.
Beach Masada To Meet
A meeting of Miami Beach
Masada will be held on Tuesday,
April 20. at 9 p.m. at the Miami
Beach Jewish Community Center.
Highlight of the meeting will
be the election of officers for the
year 1950-51, it has been an-
nounced by President Gilbert
Rappaport.
Beth El I'll To
Sponsor Dance
The Beth El PTA will sponsor
its annual spring variety dance
on Sunday, April 16, at 8 p.m. at
the Dora August Memorial Hall,
according to Mrs. Herman Cantor,
president.
Danny Lapin's orchestra will
play for dancing and entertain-
ment, refreshments and prizes
will be provided, Mrs. Seymour
Polin, dance chairman, has an-
nounced.
Beth David Sisterhood
Will Meet Wednesday
A meeting of the Beth David
Sisterhood is scheduled for Wed-
nesday, April 19, at 1 p.m. at the
new synagogue, according to Mrs.
Harry Gordon, president.
Card games will follow a short
business meeting and a brief talk
on "The Import of Shavuos" by
Mrs. George Goldberg,
Coulton Bros.
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* Jurist th****
Sigi
LEGAL NOTICE
FLORIDA. IX CHAXCERY. NO.
JUNE MARIE TRAKAS. Plaintiff, vs.
PETER TRAKAS. Tvrendant.
I vi isli Agency,
Tel llai Fond
Jn Aeeord
The Jewish Agency this week
announced the signing of an
agreement with the Tel Hai Fund. t6:~PETER~TRAKAS,
central fund of the World Zionist W ZZfmZZS?* StrMt'
Revisionist Organization, under You*? required to serve a oopr
the terms of which all the Amer-' of your answer to the Bin of com-
ican aff .Hates of the latter.will .u.n^for pu-orc. & ^gffi
cease campaigning for lunas or ansWrr :n the office of the Clerk of
materials for any Israel purposes the Circuit Court on or Mort the
during 1950. da>' ot MaT' *&."&*&!!"*&
LEGAL noncE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IV iKS^IT CODBT OP THK ,S THE WCTTt T^OESiMW
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ,N AND FOR 1*1* 1* N"'
IX AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FI.ORIDA. W I'ROBA I fc. ->"
Complaint heretofore filed
ill be taken as confessed by
BUI o
herein
" Dated this 7 day of April. 1*50.
E B. LEATHERMA.N.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida.
Under the agreement, the Zion-
ist Revisionist Organization has
been granted a sum of money to
be used for constructive work in
Israel. The allocation is in addi-, CIrcult ^f,'
tion to the amounts normally By r. h. rice. JR..
spent by the Jewish Agency n' .. MIller *pUtr
behalf of the members of the $ft0Y^?f0r .hV^ntiK
Zionist Revisionist Movement in 1311 Lincoln Road
the course of the agency;* regular Miami^BeAch. Florid*
colonization, immigration, ab-
sorption and Youth Aliyah pro-
gram.
The agreement bans the col-
lection of funds or materials for
Israel bv all organizations directly
or indirectly affiliated with the
Zionist Revisionist Movement,
among which are: the American
Committee for National Child
Centers in Israel, the Palestine
Pioneers Foundation. Inc.. the
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCl. IT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
KATHERIXE WYNER. Plaintiff, vs.
BERNARD WYNER. Defendant.
TO: BERNARD WYNER
Residence Unknown
BERNARD WYNER
co Dorothy Rubin
AsheviUe, North Carolina
You, BERNARD WYNER. are here-
bv notified th-t a Bill of Complaint
23919.
In Re: ESTATE I 'r
SOLOMON WIGDOR.
To .(^Creditors am! All PjrjJM Ha*;
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
vf"'and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to Pf***1" an>r
and demand? wh,ch>u, !>'
ei'hex of vou, may have against tne
estate of Solomon Wlgdor, deceased.
late of Dade County, Florida, to the
H W F. Blanton. County Judge
of Dade County, and file the same In
hi? office In the County Courthouse
in Da.le County. Florida within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims or
demands to contain the legal address
of the claimant and to be sworn to
and presented as aforesaid, or same
will! be barred. See Section 120 of the
1933 Probate Act.
Date March 7. A.D. 1*0.
HARRY WIUDOR
JACOB WGDOR.....
As Executors of the Last V. II I and
Testament of Solomon Wlgdor.
Deceased. __. __
MYERS, HEMAN KAPI^AN
450 Seybold Bldg.. Miami, Fla.
Attorneys for executors
4 14-21-2S 5.5
----------7 r,---------7"-----, :; .. bv notinea tn-t a diii 01 >.'"i
American Committee for the ISa- 1 f>.r Divorce has been filed against you.
tional Sick Fund of Palestine, the I and you are required to serve a copy
T-.i xii c.- a o.-; TVumrtalilnr of your Answer or Pleading to tne
Tel Hai Fund. Br.t Trumpeldor "^ of q,,,^,,,, on the p!aintiffs
* Attorney. ThecKlore J. Sakowits. Esq..
22 Seybold Building. Miami. Florida
and file the nririnal Answer or Plead-
ing in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the lr.th
dav of May. 1950 If you fail to do so.
judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
of America. Inc.. and the League
for Jewish National Labor in
Palestine.
The agreement is the latest of
a series previously reached with
the Mizrach: Palestine Fund (in-
Cludmg ^^^"^^^^'^^A^D^^^V a, Miami.
Constructive Fund of the v. orlo. I F, ,nda .h:, daJ. of Aprll A D.
Confederation of General Zion- 193(1.
ists. World Agudath Israel, and
World Union of Poale Agudath
Israel These agreements similar-
ly ban American affiliates of
these movements from campaign-
ing for funds or materials for
Israel purposes during 1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAX.
Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade
County. Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
Bv WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
THEODORE J. SAKOWITZ
922 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
4 14-21-28 5'5
Film To Be Shown At
Jewish Home For Aged
"The Roosevelt Story," full-
length Hollywood film depicting
the life of the late President
Franklin D. Roosevelt, will be
shown this Sunday afternoon.
April 16. at the Jewish Home for
the Aged. The special showing,
scheduled for 3 p.m., is open to
the public, and admission is free.
It will be sponsored by the Dade
County Pepper committee.
Another showing of the movie
will be given Tuesday. April 18,
7:45 p.m. at Pepper precinct
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEX that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
A L A D SALES PROMOTION at
6375 S.W. 27th Street. Miami. Florida,
intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
ALFRED ADLER
MARTIN FINKELSTEIN
Attorney for Alfred Adler
4.14-21-28 5 '5
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDANo. 22710.
RE: ESTATE OF
MARY JAFFE, formerly
MARY JAFFE GREEN, Deceased.
NOTICE Is hereby given that 1 have
filed mv final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Executrix of the
estate of Mary Jaffe. formerly Mary
Jaffe Green, deceased: and that on
the 5th day of May. 1950. will apply
to the Honorable W. F. Blanton.
('ounty Judge of Dade County. Florida.
for approval of said final report and
for final discharge as Executrix of
the Estate of Mary Jaffe, formerly
Mary Jaffe Green, deceased.
This 3rd day of April, 1950.
JOAN ANN SILVER.
Executrix of the Et. of Mary
Jaffe, formerly Mary Jaffe
Green, deceased.
BUT STONE
Attorney for Executrix
Congress Bldg.
4/7-14-21-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW ___
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious.mmti of
THE COUXTY FAIR AUCTIONEERS
a- 5<61 N.W. 27th Avenue. Miami,
Kiorida. intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
JACK ROSEN' and
JOSEPH WEINHERG
MARTIN FINKELSTEIN
Attorney for Jack Rosen and
Joseph Welnberg
4/14-21-28 5'5
raiDAjf^App^
IN AN D FOR ,lC '*' Ca
FLORIDA. |vAJ>E >
13144. IN CHANT-
Defendant. '8 U"U
TO: BETTY Hun*,
2121 Grand c.^J^ti
Bronx"." New York"1*
a Bill for
against you
cause and you
to serve a
:N'f'TlrTa.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Cooperative for the Blind at City of
Miami. County of Dade. intends to
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
121718.
ALOIS SEIER. Plaintiff, vs.
P.OSINA SEIER. Defendant
YOU, ROSIN A SEIER. c/o J F.
Perl. Box 545, Route 1. Rosevl'.le.
California, are hereby notified that a
Rill of Complaint for Divorce has
been filed against you, and you are
required to serve a copy of your
Answer or Pleading to the Bill of
Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney.
MAX R SILVER, 922 Seybold Build-
ing. Miami, Florida, and file the
original Answer or Pleading In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 8th day of
May" 1950. If you fAil to do so. judg-
ment bv default will be taken against
vou for the relief demanded in the
Bill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 5 day of April, A.D.
1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade
County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
MAX R. SILVER
922 Seybold Building
Miami Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
4/7-14-21-28
NOTICE TO CREOITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No.
238S3. ______
In Re: ESTATE OF
THOMAS D. ABBOTT.
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate: .
You, and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of THOMAS D. ABBOTT, de-
ceased late of Miami. Dade County,
Florida, to the Hon. W. F. Blanton
Countv Judge of Dade County, and
file the same in his office in the
County Courthouse in Dade County.
Florida, within eight calendar month-s
from the date of the first publication
hereof. Said claims or demands to
contain the legal address of the
claimant and to be sworn to and
presented as aforesaid, or same will
be barred. See Section 120 of the
1933 Probate Act.
Date April 4, A.D. 1850.
JACK A. ABBOTT
and BERNARD L. ABBOTT
As Executors of the Last Wilt
and Testament of Thomas D.
Abbott Deceased.
JACK A. ABBOTT
Attorney for Executors
4/7-14-21-28
Y2S. A.R? HKKKET
Divorce ha,
' ">e above
- .c.v* a copy "of 22*'
the Bill f c,nr,lan UrAl
Jiffs attorneys a,i,,,011 "
In the office of the (W ." I
2gr. on or \%ff
Bv WM. w. ST,
Attorneys at Law
Mulm" FtoAda3" B"Wta
J/31 4/7-14-21
Countfl
, register said name with the Clerk of
headquarters on .he corner of lne circuit Court of Dade County.
S.W. 27th Ave. and Tigertail road.
Wednesday the picture will be
r.'.ed at 1646 S.W. 27th Ave..
also a: 7:45 p.m.
FDR."
wood feature on Roosevelt's life.
will be shown Monday. April 17
at 8 pm. at 1200 Coral Way.
F.orida.
4 14-21-28
SYLVIA SALZMAN
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
j IJ p I A \J^
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
AJax Optical Manufacturing Company
(Not Inc.) at 5421-5423 N W. 2nd
Avenue, Miami. Florida, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
HARRY S. STEIN
EI.RT STONE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
Oft kbMt. Unit.. NAME LAW
20-m.nute Holly- notice is hereby given that
the undersigned, desiring to encage In
H under the fictitious name of I Attorney "for Harrv S. Stein
"oast Electric and Lamp Co. at 3150 i J/24-31 4/7-14
N. Miami Avenue, Miami. Fla., In-
tend* to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Florida
LOUIS S. RICHMAN
4 14-21-2* 5 3
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
rVENTH .:, CIRCUIT
IN AND FOP. DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. N<
13'. ."
ELAINE GOODFRIEND. PltJatlff VI
BETMOUR II GOODFRIEND. De-
fet :
: .-'.: UP. M GOODFRIEND
Ml! PALISADE AVENUE
WEST NEW YORK NEW JERSEY
Y ARE HEREEY ORDERED
AND REQUIRED too serve a copy of
- A--.' : -tiffs Bill of
' nptmlnt for : vorce, a copy of
- herewith, to the
the
rr:v. r the Clerk
the Cir ill 'oun
fore thi
May thei a > thi
Of -.,..! bU will be taken as
IT MIAUL FLORIDA. This
I I Apt "
E B LEA-HERMAN.
rk of the
C -rt Seal)
By WM W KING
D*f' ." :,:
K*PLAN. D7ETZ A.- LA8KY and
5EPH W. MALEK
iln Road
tors foi Plaintiff
4 14-2i-a '
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
PARK BAR AND GRILL at 1587 West
-"'-'" :':!-: _.- r *l:>\
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
WILLIAM J F, iISH
S "r,r
MYERS. HEIMAN AND KAPLAN '
Attorneys for William J. Bolsh
4 7-14-21-M t 5
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
VIVIAN POLLOCK WILT-JAMA.
Plaintiff, vs. OLIVER WENDELL
WILLIAMS, Defendant.
TO: OLIVER WENDELL WILLIAMS.
927 Edgewood Avenue.
Trenton. New Jersey.
YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to
serve a copy of your Answer to the
Bill of Complaint In the above cause
for Divorce, on the plaintiffs at-
torneys, and file the original In the
office of the Clerlr of the Circuit Court,
on or before May 5th, 1S50. otherwise
said Bill of Complaint will be taken
as confessed by you.
Dated this 4th day of April, 1950.
e. bTleatherman.
Clerk of the Circuit CourL
Dade County, Florida.
Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN.
Solicitors for Plaintiff.
950 Sevbold Building,
Miami 32. Florida.
4/7-14-21-28
IN TH^cT;t?-!,TcR
ELEVENTH J I'DlClVL
1J1247. tMAACH
In Re:
The Adoption of infsm
robert oLmnu '
by HOWARD FOX
TO: ANTIU.NT OUVIFRr
9828 Oxford AvVJue EW-
Philadelphia, Pennsyimni.
. TOU ARE HEREBY KBoni
be and appear in the iSd
Court on the 21st dav of *'
and to show cause whv i
for adoption filed by Howard!
KKeklng thc adoption 5 tri
Thta Notice iB to be dJmS
The Jewish Florldlsn 0M| 3
for four (41 consecutive
This the >th dar of Jl
E. II LEAT
Clerk of the I
,~, I,ad* County, FVtal
(Orcuit Court S.i) ^
By M. C.
MYERS. HEIMAN ft KaPuS'
Seybold liuildlng
Miami, Florida
3/24-31 4 7-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITigril
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY G..
the undersigned, desiring to (.
business under the futltkau t
Coronet Hotel at (i(i Col
Miami Bench, Inlendi lo I
name with the dent of i
Court of Pads Tomb-, Flwui
STEIX.V HOTEL
By BARK Bn
Seoeon;
1/31 4/7-14-21-tt
NOTICE UNDEB MBtfM
NAUE LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY Gfl
the undersigned, dwiruu;tot
business under the fictlttous I
Nattar Rattan at 1215 N.
Avenue. Miami. Fonda,
register said name with ]
the Circuit Court ol P
Florida. __
EVELTN S.
L1BBE AXLR0D
LEO AXLE0D
LIEBMAN AND ROSEN
Attorneys for Applicant!
J/Il 4/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE :.< HEREBY GIVEN that
gned, :.-lrlng to eneage in
flctltl is name of
SUPERIOR WINDOW CO. at Dade
P ntend to registi
i rttl 'Ircuit
Court of Ia le Countv. Florida.
AL BRENNER
HA RENNER
EDWARD UDELSON
: FABER
- > for aj.p'.icar.ts
4 :-:4-. .
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
The Jewish Floridion so-
licits your legal notice*.
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No.
ltitM.
HARRY UNGER. Plaintiff, vs.
SADIE UNGER. Defendant.
TO: SAPIE UNGER. Defendant
484 Brooklyn Avenue
Brooklyn New York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a suit for divorce has been
brought against you by HARRY
UNGER. and you are required to
serve a copy of your written defense*,
if any. on the Plaintiff's Attorney,
and file the original In the office of
the Clerk of the circuit Court on or
before the 20 day of April, l<-3". in
default of which the BUI of Complaint
will be taken as confessed against yotl
Dated this 20 dav of March. ItSO
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court,
i Circuit Court Seal I
By R. H RICE. JR..
Deputy Clerk.
GEORGE J. TAUANOFF
M Lincoln Road
Beach, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
3 24-31 4-7-14
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No
131109.
FAY BERGER, Plaintiff, vs.
ISIDOR RERger. Defendant.
NOTICE LSDER FICTITIOUS I
NAME LAW
NOTICE :.- HEREBY GIVEN that :
v ji lerstfned desrrina \ L-aee in |
line of To: ISIDUR RERcipnT
^.'S SiKS^y.HVirK at 141 29is We^t 24th sueet
SW. North R.^er Dnve, Miami, Fla.. C0nev Island
intends to register said name with Brooklvn, New York
>fDadei You aVe herlby ordered and re-
quired to serve a copy of your Answer
County. Florida
MARTIN I.AIBSON. Owner
31S3 S W. 27th Lane.
Miami F>a.
4-7-14-21-2S
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
LEO HOHAUSER
WILLIAM H. BARONDESS
4/T-14-M-2I
to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce
14 '"PV of which is enclosed herewith,
on Plaintiffs attorney, and file the
fEf'KL'V1}? ff,c' of ,h' rl'r>> ot
the Circuit Court on or before the
Utfe day of April. 150, otherwise the
.al.ecatlons of said Bill will be taken
ou.
Florida, this 15th
LEATHERMAN.
Court aW6 C'rCU,t CUrt
By R. H. RICE. JR.,
SAMtTEL J. RAND. AtuSS^ ^^
417 Seyhold BulMina "orney
Miami. Florida ^
i/tSfr 4/7-ie
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
13153o.
MARY COMBLO Plaintiff, vs.
FRANK COMBLO, Defendant.
TO: FRANK COMBLO,
122 Washington Street,
Mamaroneck. New York.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a Bill
of Complaint for divorce has been filed
against you in the above cause, and
you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer on the plaintiff's at-
torney and file the original In the
Office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the I8th day of
April, 19.'.0: otherwise, the allegations
of said R'Al of Complaint will be taken
as confessed Bv vou.
DATED this 29th day of March.
1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
llv WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
JACK A. ABBOTT.
Attorney for Plaintiff,
(27 Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach. Fla.
3 31 4 7-14-21
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FI-oRIDA. IN PROBATE. No.
238S9.
In Re: ESTATE OF
RoRERT GRAUSO.
I>eceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
either of you, mav have against the
estate of ROBERT GRAUSO. deceased,
late of PASSA1C County, NEW
JERSEY. to the Hon. W. F.
PI.ANTON. County Judge of Dade
County, and file the same In his
office In the Countv Courthouse In
Dade County. Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims or
demands to contain the legal address
of the claimant and to be sworn to
and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred. See Section 120 of the
1933 Probate Act.
Date March 27, A.r. 1959.
JOSEPH W. MALEK.
As Ancillary Administrator of the
Estate of ROBERT GRAUSO, De-
ceased.
KAPLAN. DIETZ A LASKT and
JOSEPH W. MALEK
Attorneys
35 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beaoh, Fla.
/*r 4/7-14-21
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Partners
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Attorney for applicant
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IV. APRIL 14, 1950
Jfcn/sftffcrjHft>*7
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
PAGE NINETEEN
,ple israeJ (Reform). 137
9th Si. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan,
Emeritus.
. evening services
at 8:15.
Melsel. sisterhood president,
.ii,'. the blessinR over the
";,-( BpMfcer will be Rabbi
- Share, of Congregation
f I'rayer, New Orlouns, who
';.(, ,,'n "Has Judaism a Mean-
'\lh Modern DajW*' Dr. Kaplan
ruliiel tlie services. A reception
miShare's honor will follow.
v morning rnCM at 11 a.m.
., ,,, mil preach on 'Religion
Rothlng, Expects Much." Con-
i ill participate.
tjsh Community Center
ervative). 2020 Polk St..
rood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig;
Fridfl) services at 5:80. \*nle
Mn ea ii 8:15. Rabbi Honig
,,k on "Let's <'<> Forward."
fctien "1 "ew officers and dl-
gaturday morning services at
ill,in ill preach on the Weekly
i i,I in, Law, Religious school
at 1" B.m.
hple Emanu-El (Reform),
|. Andrews Ave.. Fort Laud-
, Dr. Marius Hanson. Rabbi.
I choir "f the rark Temple
list Church will take part In
Rday's services and will be
] (our selections. Rabbi Ranson
Liu, i the service and speak on
[Kiitli Vour Firm Decision!" A
will follow tendered by the
,7,il under the direction of Mrs.
rkowitl and Mrs. Abe Taller.
|bl:c is invited. Hebrew school
temple Saturday at 9 a.m.
school Sunday at 9:45.
(pie lietn Snoiom (Liberal),
Chase Ave.. Miami Beach.
Leon Kronish; Cantor
I Kelemer.
Anniversary service. Friday
services at 8:16. Rabbi Kronish
I on "Can Modern American
a I'riestly People?" Newly
officers and board members
Installed. Oneg Shabbat follows.
tervlce 10:45 a.m. David
Levins will become liar
ni Hebrew School and Con-
Ion (Orthodox). 1101 S.W.
kve. Rabbi Simon April.
t Berele Kelemer.
evi ii'- services at 6:30.
nine t 9, Rabbi April
"ii Ethics." MIshna
Mil ha at (i::',ll full,,wed
am. Dallj Bervlce 7:80 a.m.
m p.m. Sunday school at I"
! I.....I from 3:30 to 6:30.
legation Beth David (Con-
ve), Coral Way and 26th
|Babbi Max Shapiro; Rt.
Mamches.
Sntui day morning at 3.
atlon in vestry room
nlng at IU:20 under di-
lf J. i-ome B, Gordon and Louts
nil} services at 8 a.m. and
Maariv at B p.m. Sunday
It 10 a.m.
. Religious Congregation,
W. 2nd St.
Is Saturday morning at 9:00
kegation Kneseth Israel
|onal). 1415 Euclid Ave.,
Beach. Rabbi Isaac H.
i Friday 8:16i Maariv 6:30
May morning services 8:30.
will speak ..n "Strange
Jewish Religion." Bar
lot David Coldman, grandson
ijii.i Mrs, k. Goldman. 44.".
t .: '." Rabbi Ever will lecture
i-iiias of the Fathers."
6 followed bj si,i.,s Beduos.
"'ks h> guests. Maariv
'"> ii,.|-,.w s,.|Ul0| Monday
ipjnursday at ?,::;. Dally class
morning services.
n customs and laws
' nnd Maariv services.
nd 6:15 p.m.
nS. n^ JeWi,h Cn*
(Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop-
Cantor Joseph W. Malek: Steve
Kessler. organist. Palermo Ave.
near Le Jeune.
Services Friday evening at 8-1S
Msterhood Sabbath. James Whitehea, '
dJrnir .?' ""' N"al tonf. ,'.
of Christians and Jews, will present
citation to group for Its inter-faith
program durinc Brotherhood Week
( oral Gables In which church women
participated In Institute j.n Judaism
"erbert (.i-.ernter, president of the
center will outline the program of
tho sisterhood. Rabbi Skop will sneak
on Jewish Women Who Live In
Jewish History." Saturdav at 9-la
Sabbath service with Torah" studv and
Interpretation of the weekly portion.
Ijally Hebrew school and liar Mitzvah
class; Sunday school. Adult Seminar
\\. Hi, sdays at X p.m. with lectures
In Customs and Ceremonies; classes
in Hebrew.
Temple Isaiah (Reform). 1536
Bay Road. Miami Beach. Rabbi
Moshay P. Mann.
Friday evening services at 8:15
conducted by Rabbi Moshay P. Manri
with Dr. Paul Beck as cantor. Sermon
topic will be "Why I'rayer Coes Un-
answered.' Congregational meeting
following the services.
Congregation xoung Israel (Or-
thodox). 4001 Chase Ave., Miami
Beach.
Service Friday night at 6; Saturday
night at 6 Mlncha services followed
by Shalos Seudos. Services Monday
to Thursday 8 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. All
loung Israel members In the area are
invited to attend.
TTereth Israel Congregation of
Miami (Orthodox). 4316 N.W. 7th
Avenue.
Friday evening services at 6:15 p.m.;
Saturday 9:30 a.m. with Mincha at
G. Rev. R. Brill will conduct the
services. All residents in that area
are invited to attend.
Congregation Beth El (Ortho-
dox). 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi
Murray Grauer.
Friday evening services at 6:13 p.m.
Saturday morning services at 8:30.
Rabbi Grauer will preach on the
Portion of the Week." Junior Con-
gregation at lo a.m. Mincha at ii
followed by shalos Snudos. Dally
services Si a.m. and ft p.m. Religious
school daily at 3:80, Sunday school
at 1.
Hebrew Academy, 918 6th St.,
Miami Beach.
Dally Bible class r,:ir. p.m. Dallj
services at 7::ii) a.m. and 8:15 p.m.
Sunday at s a.m.
Northside Jewish Center,
Douglas Gardens, N.E. 2nd Ave.
and 53rd St.
Sabbath services Friday at R:30 p.m.
Sunday school classes every Sundnv t
the office of Dr. Wm. Boros, 85B N.W.
62nd St. Hebrew classes under di-
rection of Rev. Philip Fried at C701
N.W. 4th Ave. on Mondays and
Thursda) from 4 to 6 p.m.
North Dade Jewish Center
(Conservative), 13630 W. Dixie
Highway, North Miami.
Friday evening services at 8:15.
Saturday morning services at 10.
Congregation Beth Tfilah (Or-
thodox). 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami
Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovsky.
Friday evening services at 1:15;
Saturday morning at 8:30. The rabbi
will preach on the Portion of the
Week. At .". p.m. Rabbi Ituckovsky wili
speak on "We Are Counting," fol-
lowed by Mincha at ."i:30, Shalos Seudos
and .Maariv. Daily services 7:30 a.m.
followed by class In Mishna. Mincha
services at 6:15 followed on Sundays,
Tuesdays and Thursdays by class In
Laws and Customs, and on Mondays
and Wednesdays by class In Jewish
Legends of the Talmud.
Congregation Beth Jacob (Or-
ihodox), 301-311 Washington Are.,
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff.
Friday evening services at 6:15.
Saturday morning at 8:30. Daily ra-
llglous school at 3:30.
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center (Conservative), 1701
Washington Ave.. Miami Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor
Jacob Y. Goldring.
Friday evening service at S:30; Sat-
urday morning at 9 a.m.
First Jewish Congregation of
Coral Gables, 2410 Ponce de Leon
Blvd. (Conservative).
Friday evening services at 8:30
Dr. Abraham lessen will officiate.
An Dneg Shabbat will be served by the
Sisterhood. Members and friends are
Invited to attend.
Flagler-Granada Jewish Cen-
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 Centex
(Conservative), 7110 Bay Drive,
Miami Beach (Aits Chaim Con-
gregation). Rev. Philip Fried.
Friday evening services at 8:lj p.m.
The rabbi will speak.
Beach Y Will Present
Oil. Sculpture Exhibit
The art committee of the Miami
Beach YM & WHA will present
an oil and sculpture show from
April 16 to 26 at the Y.
Artists in the area have been
invited to submit three oils or
pieces of sculpture on Monday,
April 10. Only works which have
not previously been displayed
in this community will be ac-
cepted.
Judges for awards will be F. A.
Robinson, Byron Newton and
James Lunnon.
Mrs. Stevens, Jack Bell
Nominated For Awards
Mrs. T. T. Stevens and Jack
Bell, Miami Herald columnist,
have been nominated for Out-
standing Citizen's Awards, it has
been announced by Chairman
Louis Snetman.
Mrs. Stevens was cited for her
25 years of civic activity in Dade
County and particularly her work
with the Dade County Planning
Board, the Bay Oaks Home and
the American Cancer Society.
Bell was nominated for "his out-
standing leadership as chairman
of the fund drive to complete the
Florida Children's Hospital."
Any individual or group may
nominate a person for the out-
standing man or woman of 1949
by listing the nominee's civic
achievements and mailing th
letter ;o Chairman Louis Snet-
man, 330 Seybold Building.

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PAGE TWENTY
Capitol Spotlight
By MILTON FRIEDMAN-
WASHINGTONJohn J Mc-
Clov, U.S. High Commissioner for
Ger'manv. is under heavy fire in
Washington for allowing former
S.S. troopers to kick P*^Ple
around :n Wuerttemberg-Baden.
The S.S. men have been allowed
to evict victims of Nazi persecu-
tion from the Rotweg housing
development. Rotweg. a model
community, was built in 1939 for
members of the S.S.. Hitler s Elite
Guard. The German Ministry oi
Justice recently ordered the pres-
ent occupants, mostly persecutees.
put out and the buildings re-
turned to the S.S. families.
The evictees, who opposed H:t-
lensm. are begging :n vain for
US help. Official Washington nas
known .the details of the affair
for over a month but nobody :s
doing anything about it. Mean-
while, the S.S. men are boldly
rec'.aiming their quarters, kicking
persecutees out into the street.
McClov has not insisted on an
investigation. Major Gen. Charles
P Gross. U.S. Commissioner for
Wuerttemberg-Baden. said that
the case :s purely a German af-
fair.
When the first house was re-
led a partv was held, it was
reported. S.S. men and friends
gathered to defiantly sing tne
5t Wessel" and other Nazi
hymns _
Meanwhile. McClov wrote Rep.
nuel Celler. D-N Y. That he
hates to interfere. MrCloy ex-
plained. "I believe the surest
guarantee against the resurgence
of Nazi forces and ideas is the
aroused determination of the Ger-
man people, acting through their
own organs of self-government
and justice to curb abuses .

There is a growing belief in
Washington that our German oc-
cupation is a failure. After five
years, "-"- appears the United States
is only barely begun to instill a
belief in democracv in the minds
I tt Germans. There are those
to believe Germany can be
trusted. O'.ht:? say we should
keep a tight lid on German af-
fairs In either case, there are a
few inescapable facts that shoulo
ncern us.
ugh Jews in Germany
been all but wiped out.
hatred of Jews is on the in
. briel ( st-war drop. A
made bv Dr. Saul Pad over.
D- S tool oi Pol.tics of
-.-.-. New S:r. :1 for Social Re-
set that 19 per cent of
the G-:."_:.- -".".'. are anti-
Sr ''--' that the
-. cut
illion tc nly
to aid U.JA. The committee is
under the chairmanship of Rep.
Franklin D. Roosevelt. Jr.. and
includes such people as Secretar>
of Agriculture Charles F. Bran-
nan. Secretary of Interior Oscar
Chapman. Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt.
Sen. Robert A. Taft. Mrs. J.
Borden Harriman. Philip Murray.
House Majority Leader John Mt-
Cormack and others.
Recentlv. members of the com-
mittee began receiving mail from
the so-called "West \ lrginia
Anti-Soviet Education League.
Sen. Taft received a letter com-
plaining that he had joined with
Congressman Franklin D. Roose-
velt. Jr.. and his un-American
mother to act as co-chairman in
raising S272.455.800 for the special
benefit of organized Jewry.
"Your action in this matter is
a great disappointment to millions
of us who were looking to you
for leadership and who had hoped
that you would not lend your
name "to such a project and wuold
not attempt to 'outbid' young
Roosevelt for the Zionist-Marxist
New York Jewish vote.
It is far more unfortunate,
that the Christian and Gentile,
politicians are almost forced to |
follow this Jewish publicity ma- i
chine, and its unlimited political j
money power, of which you (Taft)
are now a "front" Like his
father, young Roosevelt has sold
out to world Judaism. We must!
have a president who will stand
for Christian constitutional gov- |
ernment.'*
2
[ F I that
the Gei
trust!i] t more. t.
at any tin e sine* the end I
war Sh rtly ftei ''' rid War II.
..;; 1 ,:. Germans
inU th ught it was good
: r Germany U be occupied by
the Allies That number has r.ow
dropped to 23 percent Only one
out of three Germans. Dr. Pari-
.-..- said now believes that
Hitlerism was a bad thing

Tne anti-Semite; were quick I
not.ee the support of the United
Jewish Appeal by outstanding
Christian personalities erhc form
the National Christian Committee
Dr. Ochsner To Speak
Dr. Alton Ochsner. general sur-
gerv director of the New Orleans
Clinic bearing his name, which is
known to thousands as the "Mayo
of the South." will be the guest
speaker at the 76th annual con-
vention of the Florida Medical'
Association at Hollywood. Fla..
from April 24 to 26. Chairman of J
the Tulane University department
of surgery. Dr. Ochsner will speak
to the Florida doctors on "Pre-1
vention of Venous Thrombosis,
Based on New Concepts of Blood
Coagulation."
Judge Pallot To Speak
Judge William L. Pallot of Coral
Gables Citv Court, chairman of
the Miami Mayor's Advisory
Committee on Public Works, will
address the members of Sholem
Ledge. B'nai B'rith on Friday.
April 14. at 12:15 p.m. at the
Miamian Restaurant.
Subject of Judge Pallet's talk
will be: "Duties of the Public
W rks Committee." He will tell
f proposed plans for sewage dis-
I in the Miami area.
>'oeI Runs For
School Board
James M. Noel, local business
man. has announced his candidacy
for representative from District
One to the Dade County School
Board.
Born in Louisiana in 1906. the
candidate is a graduate of Texas
A & M. and is now attending the
University of Miami Law School
A veteran of World War II. Noel
served in both the Army and
Navy in the Atlantic and Paci.,
Theatres. He has had varied ex-
perience-as a farmer, a govern-
ment appropriator and business
man.
Noel is president of the North
Dade Chamber of Commerce and
is a member of the Miami Board
of Realtors, the American Legion
and the Optimist Club.
* The candidate's platform in-
cludes extended school bus serv-
' ice. better school meals at less
1 cost, better working conditions
for teachers and school personnel,
active supervised athletics on
school grounds entire year, com-
petitive bidding on purchases of
supplies and equipment, improve
school polic% by educationa
training program, enforced school
boundaries and competive junior
high athletic program between
schools.
Tropical Lodge Sets
Up Blood Bank Account
Tropical Lodge. B'nai B'rith.
has established a B'nai B'rith ac-
count with the Dade County
Blood Banks, it has been an-
nounced by President Sam
Kessler.
First donors participating in,
the drive were: A. Budd Cutler.,
Leonard Uhr and William Herz- j
brun. The blood bank account will
be used for B'nai B'rith members j
and their families in emergencies.
Gobies Lodge Forms
Weekly Luncheon Club
A business men's luncheon club
has been organized by the Coral
Gables Lodge, B'nai B'rith, ac-
cording to an announcement by
lodge president, Alvin Coren-
blum.
The informal group will meet
every Wednesday at 12 noon at
Anderson's Cafeteria, 218 Alcazar
Ave Coral Gables. At that time
community leaders will address
members and friends of B nai
Dr Leonard Glickstein has been
named chairman of the weekly
luncheon. ________
FRIDAY, APRn.
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Plans Hoe-Do*n
An "Old Fashioned Hoe n~J
and Social" will be spo^
the Isaac Levin Lodge, gC
B'rith, on Saturday evening A*
29. at the Coral Gables WoJ
Club, it has been ar
viuo, u nas oeen announced k
President Emanuel Levenson.
The first social event spon^
by the lodge for the
this year will fej
spring
ature rural
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