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

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

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
JLUME 23NUMBER 34
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1950
PRICE: TEN CENTS
1,000 Jewish DP's
Through Vienna
IENNA. (JTA)More than
0 Jews displaced persons
passed through Vienna on
way to new home abroad
end of World War II, |
L.- revealed here on the fifth
J iry of the formation of
linti-i national Organization for
nsicnt Jews in Vienna. -
, group was formed in 1945
|n. immediately following the
Tation of hostilities. Jews from
j parts of Europe streamed
Lugh here on their way to
kstine. Most of the Jewish
found refuge in the Roths-
J Hospital building or in one
hi five other refugee centers
(ted here.
iventy percent of the 1,400
fish DP's still residing in refu-
1 camps here are expected to
In Israel by the end of this
f. It is grl.erally believed that
1951. the problem of transient
fish DP's in Vienna will be
llvfd. Rothschild Hospital will
Tiably then revert to being j
By a hospital rather than a I
Intic refugee shelter.
onislaw Teichholtz. president
Jie International Refugee Or- j
Jzation for Transient Jews in j
pna since its inception, paid
praise for the aid of the
Ed powers in Austria and
rially thanked the Joint Dis-
tion Committee. World Jew-
pongress, ORT and the Jewish
icy for their "maintaining
shipping the refugees
lugh Austria." He also thanked
I Austrian government for hav-
|given refuge to Jews who fled
from neighboring countries.
Myers Accepts Bid From Ben Gurion,
Locker To Attend Parley In Israel
Stanley C. Myers, president of the National Council of
Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, will accept the
invitation extended by Israel's Premier, David Ben Gurion,
and Beryl Locker, head of the Jewish Agency, to join in an
important conference of the Joint Planninq Board on September
3 in Jerusalem.
The Joint Planning Board is composed of the Jewish
Agency, and the Government of Israel. The conference will
deal with immigration and development plans; also methods
of operation and financing. Mr. Myers will leave Miami
August 31 for New York where he will board an airliner for
Israel to attend the conference on September 3, 4 and 5.
Spanish Paper Charges Jews Oppose
Loan To Franco ?To Aid Communism"
Israel Seeks Loan
Of Billion Dollars
TEL AVIV, (JTA)Although the danger of a new world war
has been averted through the action of the United Nations and
the United States in Korea, there is still the possibility of a major
conflict between the United States and the Soviet Union, where
most of the Jews of the world live today.
This opinion was expressed here |-------------------------------------------------
this week by Premier David Ben I # ... ,
Lourie Warns Arabs
About Peace Delay
NEW YORK, (JTA)The al-
legation that opposition in the
United States to the proposed
American $100,000,000 loan for
Spain has been organized by U.S.
Jews "to help Communism" is
made in a long dispatch filed by
the Iew York correspondent of
El Diario Vasco, a leading news-
paper in San Sebastian, the New
York Times reports from Madrid.
"Statistics that natually are not
published," the dispatch said,
ipt. Moses First
larine Flier Killed
^I'MTER, S. C, (JTA) Word
vived here this week that
plain Vivien M. Moses, a
pnber of one of South Caro-
Idest and most prominent
jsh families, was the first
Irine Corps aviator to be killed
|action in Korea.
^apt. Moses was a nephew of
|iiid Marine Corps Major Gen-
Emile P. Moses. Another
He. Herbert A. Moses, is a
Jdi: of the United Jewish Ap-
in Sumter and a former
airman of the Sumter Jewish
blfa:e Fund.
ppecial Jewish memorial serv-
were conducted aboard a
pal aircraft carrier off the
pan coast on August 4. All
pds stood at attention as
fiskor" was recited. A marine
je squad fired a volley in honor
the 27-year-old captain.
"Jeath came to Captain Moses
prtly after he was first shot
|wn and rescued by a marine
ucopter off the Korean coast.
was aboard the carrier less
an an hour when he took off on
f last mission. He was flying
I close tactical support of marine
pantry units. Lt. Doyle H. Cole,
Fort Smith, Ark., Capt. Moses'
Ingman, who was also shot down
|itl enemy ground fire apparent-
knocked out the oil line of the
Jjsair plane.
[Capt. Moses attended Clemson
ft'l his junior year in 1943, when
quit to enlist in the Marines,
was born in Sumter and was
^married. He is survived by his
(other, Mrs. Charlotte E. Moses,
Y sister, and three brothers,
fle family is known in the South
Itk5 lnterest in Jewish affairs.
II ne captain's uncle, Gen Moses,
las largely responsible for the
fvelopment and adaptation to
liitary use of amphibious trac-
es and the use of ramps on
I'Kgins boats which facilitated
farine landing assaults in the
F^10 during World War II.
f": Moses commanded the
tarine base at Parris Island, S. C.
Ten
this
Jewish Groups
Hit Stockholm
Peace Appeal
NEW YORK, (JTA)
major Jewish organizations
week denounced the "Stockholm
Appeal" and characterized as a
"despicable divide-and-conquer
tactic" the circulation of a version
of the pro-Communist petition
directed specifically to Jewish
groups.
In a statement released here,
the Jewish organizations called
upon "all who wish to serve the
peace of the world and the pre-
servation of freedom to reject,
with calm and common-sense, the
Stockholm Appeal." The organ-
izations charged that "those who
assist the unscroupulus Commun-
ist aggressors in advancing this
instrument of their destructive
purposes make use of every device
of confusion and distortion."
Organizations which signed the
statement were: American Jewish
Committee; American Jewish
Congress; Anti-Defamation Lea-
gue; Association of Jewish Chap-
lains in the Armed Forces; B'nai
B'rith; Jewish Labor Committee;
Jewish War Veterans of U.S.A.;
National Community Relations
Advisory Council; National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women; and Union
of American Hebrew Congrega-
tions.
Declaring that the fraudulence
of the appeal directed to Jews is
"transparent" the statment point-
ed out that the endorsements
contained therein "obviously come
from pro-Communists, from those
behind the Iron Curtain who had
no choice, or from innocents who
have been duped by the spurious
appeal, if indeed the endorse-
ments are authentic."
4 From Dade To
Attend Parley
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, board
member of the National Council
of Jewish Women and head of the
District Welfare Board, is among
the four Dade Countians who
have been selected by Gov. Fuller
Warner to attend the Mid-Cen-
tury White House Conference on
Children from December 3 to 7.
Other local delegates will be
Mrs. Ellen Whiteside, chairman
of the Florida Children's Com-
mission; Louis M. Spaeth, Florida
State University student active in
home demonstration work; Mrs.
Elizabeth Espy, president of the
Congress of Colored Parents and
Teachers and principal of Moton
Elementary School.
"show that the majority of the
Communists and Communist sym-
pathizers of the United States are
persons of Hebraic extraction, like
the spies arrested for complicity
with the great traitor, Dr. Fuchs,
wKp gave to the Soviet the secrets
of the atomic bomb." As an out-
standing figure in opposition to
Spain, the dispatch cited "the
Hebraic former Governor of New
York, Herbert Lehman."
This opposition is "captained,"
the article said, by "the implaca-
ble enemy of Spanish-American
friendship, the New York Times."
The article reported that the New
York Times, in spite of this al-
leged anti-Spanish stand, had
published a Madrid dispatch re-
porting the efforts of young
Spaniards to volunteer for service
in Korea, and that the Spaniards
were astonished and hurt at the
continued hostility, which it at-
tributed to Jews.
"The purpose of this interpreta-
tion of the opposition in the
United States to the Franco
regime is not clear, but it is one
of several flashes of anti-Semitic
feeling th^t have shown up in the
Spanish press in the past year,"
the Times report from Madrid
says.
Gurion addressing the four-day
conference of the Mapai, Israel's
Labor Party, of which he is the
leader. It is for this reason, he
pointed out, that the people of
Israel owe double allegianceto
the state of Israel and to the
Jewish people abroad.
The Israel Premier estimated
that intensive immigration of
Jews from various countries to
NEW YORK, (JTA) Consul-
General Arthur Lourie of Israel
this week warned the Arab states
that frleir refusal to sign final
peace treaties with the Jewish
?Ti,WI k" thf. next three_years j state would militate against their
and the absorption of the immi-iu.., ._._____ ...
grants, will cost about $150,000,-
000. To this sum the Israel
government is prepared to con-
tribute one-third, while one
billion dollars must be raised by
world Jewry through a huge loan
outside of United Jewish Appeal
contributions.
"The state of Israel," Mr. Ben
Gurion said, "and the people of
best interests. His warning was
sounded at the initial session of
the 36th annual convention of
Hadassah. which opened at the
Hotel Waldorf Astoria and
continued through Wednesdav.
More than 2.000 delegates attend-
ing the convention also heard an
address by Senator Brien Mc-
Mahon, chairman of the Joint
Israel are pledged to the supreme j Committee on Atomic Energy.
Jewish Activities
Banned In Ukraine
LONDON, (JTA)Soviet au-
thorities in the Carpatho-
Ukrainian industrial city of
Munkacevo have banned all Jew-
ish communal activities, it was
reported here this week from
Rome. The source of the report
is the former president of the
local Jewish community who
recently fled to Austria.
Before the first world war the
town was an important center of
Eastern European Orthodox
Jewry and the seat of the famed
Munkacevo Rebbe. The vast ma-
jority of the Jewish population
estimated at 10,000was deported
or murdered by the Nazis during
the last war.
task of receiving and settling
during the coming years the re-
mainder of the Jews from the
Levant and from East European
countries as long as the frontiers
of these countries are open. This
target calls for a speedy and
planned development of the coun-
try on the basis of maintaining
the independence of Israel and
Socialist-Zionist hegemony in the
state and within the nation."
Ben Gurion. addressing the clos-
ing session this week of the na-
tional conference of the Mapai.
the Israel Labor Party, denounced
aggression as a method of libera-
tion of one country by another,
and warned that any country at-
tempting to force its ideology on
Israel will find "Israel ready to
stand up" with all its traditional
"If. as appears to be the case,"
Mr. Lourie said, "the Arabs are
not prepared to make peace with
us now, we can wait. If need be.
we can wait a long time. But the
Arab states should know that
time is not necessarily in their
favor, and that they may find
themselves again limping behind
the march of events." He noted
that "a year ago Israel was ready
to accept the return of 100.000
Arab refugees as part of a com-
prehensive settlement. That offer
was not even deemed worthy of
an answer and lapsed through
Arab refusal to discuss it when
it was feasible. Today the pro-
posal of the Israel government is
being overtaken by events. The
land of Israel is filling up and
terms which it was possible to
moral power and, "if necessary, j 0ffer a vear ago are not applicable
with its armed forces.
Emphasizing that the Mapai
party's chief aims were "peace
and independence, Ben Gurion
said the Jewish states will define
its policy on "each world, problem
according to two criteriathe in-
terest of the state of Israel and
the interest of the Jewish people."
The Israel Premier stressed that
the principle "guiding Israel's
foreign policy is fundamental
non-interference in the internal
affairs of other countries, irre-
spective of their domestic
regimes."
to changed conditions."
Turning to Israel's support of
the United Nations in Korea, Mr.
Lourie said his country's stand
must be viewed against the back-
ground of "Israel's position in
relation to the conflict between
the two world blocs," which he
said "has from the very beginning
been exceptional." He pointed out
that Israel had ties both with
the Eastern and Western blocs.
Israel, he said, was modeled after
the Western democracies with
which it had the strongest cul-
tural and economic ties, parti-
cularly with
Fund Allocation
Policy Assailed
TEL AVIV, (JTA)The ten-
dency of Jews in the United
States and other countries to give
priority to their own institutions
over institutions functioning in
Israel when allocating funds
raised in local Jewish communi-
ties was criticized here today by
Berl Locker, chairman of the
Jewish Agency executive.
Speaking at the national con-
ference of the Mapai, Israel Labor
Party, he pointed out that such
priority is not justified when
thousands of Jewish immigrants
in Israel are still condemned to
live in tents and when many more
thousands are confronted with the
"loss of- their very existence in
certain countries" where they
presently reside.
Earlier, the conference adopted ^"'a"-v. ""}' the United States
unanimously a series of resolu- : a"d Ame?c,m A ?ewr-v', w.h^se
tions upholding the government in ?* b&n a a ^l^~
its political and economic policies. hd ?P*J* still needed At the
On the Jewish state's fore.gn *amfe t,me he tsaid: Israel wea t
policy, the conference declared'debt of gratitude to Easter,
that while "maintaining watchful
readiness for the defense of Israel,
endeavors would be made to
reach agreement with our neigh-
bors and for the establishment of
friendly relations with all peace-
loving nations. The delegates also
c.alled for "active participation
in strengthening world peace
through the United Nations."
a
gratitude to Eastern
Europe for its support of partition
and cannot do anything that
would hamper the chances of
Eastern European Jewry to go tu
Israel.
UN Conciliation Unit
Meets With Sharett
TEL AVIV, (JTA)The three
members of the U.N. Palestine
Conciliation Commission who are
attempting to bring about the
conclusion of a permanent peace
between Israel and the Arab
countries, met here with Foreign
Minister Moshe Sharett following
their return from Egypt and Jor-
dan. They are scheduled to leave
shortly for consultations with the
governments of Lebanon and
Syria.
Rabbi Teitelbaum
Dies In Israel
NEW YORK, (JTA) Rabbi
Aaron Teitelbaum, one of the
founders of the Joint Distribution
Committee in 1914 and long active
in numerous Jewish philanthropic
causes died in Jerusalem, where
he was born 60 years ago, it was
reported by the Federated Council
of Palestine Institutions, with
which he was associated.
Ordained by the late Chief
Rabbi A. I. Kook, Rabbi Teitel-
baum-in 1918 was named a mem-
ber of the Near East Relief
Commission investigating distress
conditions under the leadership of
Herbert Hoover. He was active in
the Mizrachi organization and the
Keren Hayesod.


PAGE TWO
T.knist fhclcHSUL
FRIDAY.^Ugust,
< oiicorl To Opon Workmen's Circle
District Conclave Ai Miami Bwli
The 31st Southern District con-
ference of the Workmen's Circle.
I be held in Miami 3each Labor
weekend, will get off to
ng start with a concert mi
day night, September 2. at
The Lyceum. 2.) Washington Ave..
:: to s H. Levine, i
man of the arrangements com-
mittee,
Pa pating in the concert will
bi Cantor Srmuel Kelemer. who
. rranged the program: Paulino
- iprano; Pierre Mande,
\ linist: Herman Fi ied, pianist.
The conference will officially
open Sunday, September 3. at 10
a.m. At that time Mayor Harold
Turk of Miami Beach will wel-
come the 1200 delegates expected
to attend the meet. Greetings w
also come from Jack P. Zu
man. representative of the nation-
al executive of the Workmen's
Circle: Jacob Pat. executive
director of the Jewish Labor
Council; J. Macy. representative
of the International Ladies Gar-
ment Workers Union.
A* Sunday afternoon's session
M. J Merlin will discuss "Forty
Yeail of Workmen's Circle
Schools." A report on branches
ie former Texas-Louisiana
district will be given by W. B.
Bell and F. Weiner, and on the
: ilden jubilee con-
vention, by J. Duntov. Jacob Pat
will speak on -Yiddish and He-
brew in Israel and among Jews
the World Over."
The English-speaking branch
will entertain delegates at a dance
Sunday night.
Reports will be given at Mon-
business sessions by Duntov.
M.Jacobs, Evelyn Werner. Alex
Parker and Zuckerman. The
group's annual banquet is sched-
: >r Monday night.
The parley will close Tuesday
night following the election ol
Si rving with Levine on the
gements committee are A.
\: n .ff. George Siegel. vice
men; J. M.'Freedman, Kitty
. secretaries; A. Whitehouse,
ding secretary: H. Spivack.
urer; J- Pollack, program
chairman: Duntov. journal editor:
I. Cohen, entertaiment chairman:
E. Elkin. C. Katz. entertainment
vice chairmen: I. Spivack. hostess
chairman; H. Abramowitz. A.
Abramowitz. R. Aronoff. L. Beck-
erman. I. Freedman.'M. Glieber-
man. I. Gold. S. Gold. E. Green-
baum. A. Greenbaum. S. Hoch-
i G. Hochberg. Y. Kalmanson.
Y K.ei stein. S. Levine. J. Mintzes.
W. Paskoff. I. Pomerantz. S.
.an. H. Shuldiner. J. Siegel.
A. Shuldiner. R. SiegH. K. Tish-
ler, P. Weiner, E Weiner.
$40000 Flagler-Granada Building To Be
Complete For High Holiday Services
rorci judge and supreme court
i er-Grai da Jewis
I 'ntrr will lie completed
in time foi High H ily Daj

L I at 51st
Place and N W 1st St.. th<
cent...' rid a
. ,:n.
has engaged the
i;< v. el, w ho offici-
liday services last
ve in the same
capacity this year, The young
cantor, who reci ived his training
in Denver. Coin., is a veteran of
World War II. He served with
the "1st Infantry Division in
France. Germany and Austria.
Following tiie war. he conducted
us services at Augsberg,
1: inj. and has been doing so
annually ever since. He has been
he Norman Bruce
Brown Post Veterans for the past three years.
Assisting him as Bal Kora will
I i Leo Helm.
Si mons will be delivered by
Abraham Levitan, a retired New
J attorney, special master.
nor. Known throughout
the community as a Talmudic
.-. Judge Levitan delivered
a long series ,>1 radio talks en-
titled "Gems from the Talmud."
He also conducted a class in
al Beth David.
Subjects nf tiie sermons will be
"Rosh Hashona: Its Significance to
Our People." September 12: "The
r -tiie Spiritual Awaken-
ing," September 13: and "Yum
Kippui- And the Lord said I
have forgiven according to thy
word'." September 21.
Reservations may be made by
calling Mrs. Bernice Segal. 4925
S.W. 5th Terr.. 4-0425.
Miamians To Attend
Executive Conclave
Morris Klass. executive director
of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation and Max C. Gettinger.
assistant director, will be among
the 60 Jewish community execu-
tive.- from large, intermediate and
small cities in the United States
and Canada who will attend the
fifth annual executive's institute
M be sponsored by the Council
ol Jewish Federations and wel-
fare Funds from September 4 to
9 at French Lick. Indiana, it was
announced by H. L. Lurie.
CJFWF executive director.
The institute, held annually in I
September, provides community
executives with a first-hand op-
portunity to discuss current Jew-
ish needs and problems, and to
seek ways and means in meeting
them for the forthcoming year,
Lurie explained.
This year's executive's institute, j
he added, is built around three
major points of interestthe ;
overseas picture, analysis of 1950 ^
campaign and budgeting exneri- >
ence and community organization
and planning. In addition, there
will be small meetings by popula-
tion groups on specific problems j
confronting these communities.
Harold Glasser. director of the j
CJFWF Institute on Overseas I
Studies, will report on the eco-
nomic situation in Israel at the
overseas session. Lurie revealed.
The executives will also analyze
the 1950 campaign experience and
its implications for planning in
1951, and examine problems of
organization and planning for
local services in 1951.
The Miami Beach
Jewish Center
1701 WASHINGTON AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES
ROSH HASHONAH YOM KIPPUR
September 12-13 September 21
Kol Nidre, Eve. Sept. 20
Yiskor, Sept. 21
RABBI IRVING LEHRMAN
WILL OFFICIATE AT ALL SERVICES
Assisted By
CANTOR JACOB Y. GOLDRING
And the Center Choir
Under the Direction of Mr. Ben Yomen
To Be Assured of Reservations
Please Contact Center Office Open Daily 9 to 5
Evenings in the Synagogue 7 to 9:30
Isaiah Holiday Services
Set for Atlantis Hotel
High Holy Day services will
be conducted by Temple Isaiah
in the auditorium of the Atlantis
Hotel. Miami Beach, according to
Abe Schonfeld. president.
Rabbi Moshay P. Mann will
officiate and Cantor Paul Beck
will chant the services. Alvira
Grafflin will be the organist.
Ticket reservations may be
made by contacting Joseph
Rosenthal at 86-1857.
Gables B'nai B'rith
Women Will Hold Tea
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Rabbi Isaac H. Ever, spiritual
leader of Kneseth Israel Con-
gregation, will inaugurate a series
of talks twice a week on Jacob
Schachter's Jewish Musical Hour
on Fridays at 1 p.m. and Sundays
at 10:30 p.m.
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>Jewish fhrkUan
PAGE THREE
I'll Say..
Bergen-Belaen is a normal German town about 2Vi
Ihours by train from Hamburg. The inhabitants appear
tn be the usual phlegmatic Teutons. They protest
[their innocence of the atrocities that went on in their
neighborhood. The people, it is said, wish to change
the name of their city, which has become a synonym
\for the beastly and the horrible.
Today's Serenity
A- we drive into the camp proper, which is some
nee from the town, the lines from Shakespeare's
,rd II occur to me:
"Let's talk of graves, of worms, and epitaphs.
Make dust our paper, and with rainy eyes
Write sorrow on the bosom of the earth.
For nothi^? can we call our own but death
And thai small model of the barren earth
Which serves as paste and cover to our bones."
jally, there is nothing doleful about the Lager
[ts paved roads suggest a well kept city. The
of comfortable concrete apartments were the
r dwellings of S.S. officers and are now used
he British. The well built tenements are now
occupied by the remaining Jewish D.P.'s. The tents
the original wooden barracks of the Kazett are
n.i longer to be seen. The barbed wire fences have
disappeared.
Mass Graves
A mad sign directs the sightseer to the mass graves
- ,i mile from the administration buildings. He soon
finds a number of flat mounds several feet higher
i than the ground level. Each bears a plaque such as:
"Here He 5000 bodies." The numbers vary. Thfv gas
Ichambers and the crematoria were all destroyed by
the British. The reason given out: typhus was raging
when the allied armies entered. It would seem that
chemicals could easily disinfect the one-story con-
crete stalls, especially after the barracks were all
burned. But the English military mentality is noted
[for its lack of imagination.
The International Memorial
On the site of the furnaces stands a tall slab, shaped
(like the Washington monument. It faces a 50x200
feet concrete platform, backed by a wall of the same
length. On this wall are inscriptions in eight lan-
guages. One is cryptic enough: Patria Belgia Memor.
The English sign reads: To the Memory of All Those
Bergen-Belsen and Dachau
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
Who Died in This Place. The French translation in
essence is: Here thousands o/ Frenchmen have been
exterminated, whose sole crime- was devotion to
France, and their refusal to adopt the ideas of the
invader. My best rendition of the Latin is: Known
and unknown died here and have suffered under
the cruel hands of the executions. Weary of these
crimes, the merciful vengeance of God finally came
to the rescue of an unfortunate humanity.
Its Inadequacy
What inept, vapid epitaphs for so colossal a
catastrophe! This memorial is the work of an inter-
national committee, selected from the leading nations.
Yet its mental process is quite baffling to ordinary
folk. Why didn't they also inscribe a statement in
German? Were they afraid the ex-Nazis would be
offended if told of their ghastly behavior? But the
crowning folly is the omission of any statement in
Hebrew or Yiddish. Didn't these stuffed shirts know-
that Jews were by far the largest of all the martyred
groups? As pedants, they probably reasoned that
Jews were included among the nationals in the
languages represented. But Hitler made it plain
enough that his sole reason for their extermination
was their Jewish race.
The Jewish Grave Stone
The Central Jewish Committee of the British Zone
filed a strong protest. Immediately, they erected a
memorial, several hundred feet from the inter-
national Denkmal. Reflecting the mood of the sur-
viving D.P.'s, two plaques under the fitting symbol
of broken trees, read in English and in Hebrew:
Israel and the world shall remember the thirty
thousand Jews exterminated in the concentration
camp of Bergen-Belsen at the hands of murderous
Nazis. Eartli, conceal not the blood shed on thee.
The somnolent Gentile committee finally woke up.
They will, I am told, remove "the Russian words and
in lieu thereof place an inscription in Hebrew.
Dachau
In Munich, the capital of Bavaria, the guide shows
what is left of the churches, libraries, universities,
monasteries, museums, scientific academies, art
galleriesin short, all the institutions that made
for decent, civilized living. Yet it takes but 20
minutes by auto to reach Dachau. Here in the
American Zone, the horrifying souvenirs of Nazi
savagery are preserved intact. It would be wise for
historians to make photos and detailed descriptions
of these concentration camps. For as soon as the U.S.
occupation forces pull out, the Germans will im-
mediately demolish the proofs of their bestiality.
Gas Chambers
Here are the same mounds of mass graves as in
Bergen-Belsen. A concrete wall with cubicles -:i ws
the kennels of the trained bloodhounds, which were
let loose on human beings to satisfy their bun
and thirsty ferocity. Wooden pickets, spannitl
trench, served as a platform for condemned inn
Machine gunned in mass, their blood would drain
off through this floor into the earth. These and
devices of sadistic blood lust made the gas chan
seem humane. In the gas chambers, at least, tl
marked for death were lulled into a false sense of
security. Several hundred were brought ini i
ante chamber and stripped of all clothes. Tin-
there merely to take a bath. Through the door, they'
could see the gadgets of make believe showers. Only
when the gas came through the vents in the floor
did they know their lives wore confined to sev -ral
minutes. Through a small side window, the attendant
watched their final contortions.
Crematoria
The bodies were then placed on iron stretchers
and carried into the crematorium. Like a huge loaf
of bread it was shoved into the hot oven and burned
to ashes. There are but three furnaces in the new
crematorium and two in the old one. They could
hardly keep pace with the wholesale output of the
gas chambers. Thus the necessity for cremating is
not quite clear. Whv did the Nazis go to the trouble?
Mass burial was faster and far less complicated. Of
course, the ashes in wooden urns were, for a con-
sideration, sold to the family of the cremated.
All these disclosures have not made the slightest
impression on the stolid German soul. Even inanimate
nature seems more sensitive. The guide shows j
sturdy tree in the center of Dachau. It was used by
the S.S. for hanging men to frighten other prisoners.
This tree is now withering. Its leaves no longer
bloom, their grey color presents a contrast to the
deep green on the other trees.
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Ijewish Center Religious Schools
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with Sunday school classes be-
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school will get underway Thurs-
day. September 7, at 3:30 p.m.
All classes will be under the
supervision of Rabbi Morris
Skop. Mrs. Ralph Bargteil is
principal of the Sunday school.
The youngest group to be en-
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The social program will include
dancing, swimming, entertain-
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Members of the group who re-
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national convention in Washing-
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thai, Arline Cohen, Trudi Lach,
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Morris. At the meet Miss Rosen-
thai was elected second vice
president of District No. 5 and
Miss Morris, a past district presi-
dent, was appointed district
counsellor.
Guest speaker at the last Sharet
meeting was Avorian Yotlar.
native of Israel who is now at-
tending the University of Miami.
Yotlar discussed the problems
which confront the new nation.
Canadian .lows
Laud Country's
Stand On Korea
The Jewish community of
Canada strongly endorsed the de-
I claration of Canadian policy on
Korea in a leiegram which Sam-
uel Bronfman, national president
of the Canadian Jewish Congress
sent to Prime Minister St.
Laurent.
Bronfman stated in his tele-
gram that. "The overwhelming
majority of Canadians will com-
mend you for your frank ap-
praisal of Canada's international
position with particular reference
to the Korean situation and for
the declaration of policy which
will motivate the Canadian public
through its government in meet-
ing the great challenge which the
police action in Korea manifests.
Our generation has witnessed two
cataclysmic wars which presaged
an attack on the very foundations
of civilization. The Korean ag-
gression, master-minded from
other lands, is a messenger of evil
tidings unless the champions of
decency, fair play and political |
sanity join together to stop this i
prologue before it becomes an
even more tragic drama Canada '
has determined, with other like- j
minded colleagues of the United'
Nations, that it will join in plans j
to bring to an end the aggression
which, if continued, can only lead
to total war. This engenders
serious discussion and the public is
rightly taken into the confidence
of its leaders. Canadian, therefore,
despite the impact of world
events, will feel that their burden
ir. lightened by the forthright and
courageous attitude enunciated
for Canada by its Prime Minister.
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 25,
EDITORIAL
Israel Needs Oil Produetion
A great part of the history of the British mandate
in Israel was written in oil, if we may use the
metaphor. The pipeline to Haifa was one of the
main reasons for Britain to stay in Palestine as
long as she did. The strategic and commercial
value of the Haifa refineries helped Britain to
secure her position in fhe Mediterranean before
end during the last war.
When the state of Israel came info being, Iraq
stopped the flow of oil, and the Haifa refineries
became idle and worthless.
The Israeli government now has taken the
ative to revive the production and refinement
cf oil. After an agreement had been reached with
the British owners of the Haifa refineries to resume
work within a few months, Israel has invited an
American oil combine to do research in Israel
in order to find ou ler oil wells can be drilled
in the Negev an regions.
For Ici : : countries oil is a
vital necessity : consumption as well as
American experts are able to
repoi tuation, a new chapter
itate may be written.
Sign sea that if oil is
will remain property of the state.
While Israel to cooperate with private
com] itation cf oil, she is not
3 sell out tn them. Modern history has
the only attitude which a self-
respecting country can adopt. The example of
:o and some South American countries shows
expanding oil companies have a tendency
of trying to dominate weaker states. Israel is
determined to forestall any future trouble. We
k the American oil firms will agree that this
is c wise policy.
How the Arabs will react to oil production in
HELP, MR. FIREMAN!
Israel remains to be seen. They certainly will
consider it an economic threat to their own oil
business. But this is a later worry, since years
will pass until the whole project becomes reality.
Fruit Ot Error
Some weeks ago, reacting to a blatantly
Semitic feature in the Chicago Tribune w ^
that the private apology extended by the pu^ij
ers to Jewish defense agencies was one with
teeth precisely because it was not given J"
same wide publicity as the calumny.
While it is not our intention to revive an
issue, we would be remiss if we failed to cornrn
now on the fruit of that error in view of J?
happened recently at a Los Angele* rally J
Gerald L. K. Smith's henchmen. Addressing V
followers and the lunatic-fringe elements J!
came to hear him, the notorious rabbis rous
and anti-Semite Gerald L. K. Smith told his aul
ence that Jews were running the United Stat
and, by way of buttressing his idiotic charge, he
echoed the Chicago Tribune slur about a secrt
Jewish government within the government of ft.
United States.
We realize that Smith has enough pet incite,
ment phrases of his own without having to resort
to other sources. However, the devil simply mus
quote script, and Smith must have been gunL
with delight when he guoted the Chicaqc Tribune
scrip;. Of course, he did not tell his listeners that
the Chicago sheet apoloqized and made a ;e.
traction. But that could hardly have been expected
of him when the Tribune itself failed to make that
fact known to its own readers and when the
Jewish bodies that negotiated with the pang
agreed to accept a hush-hush apology for the
loudest and one of the vilest anti-Jewish pieces
ever to appear in a large American newspaper.
Capitol Spotlight
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTON A dynamic
.' vish congressman, jacoo ^ I
n ment i as a likely
an li :. : \
nsider
that he may get
-
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tituency. t
st Sidi
ngton Col im-
Unh His
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ntly
J' my
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5 some! Four!
' 1946 J
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1
' 1 w rids' 1 tes!
Iment
: I An
nvisi ned in E pea: ttos
It was fromsu
nts came
1 Ami
Jaw.- father itade pants on
the lower East Side. His mother
helped support the family by -
:ng toys from a pushcart. Javits'
troduction I tics came at an :
early age when his father rose'
k< Tami
representative f three shabbv
ti -v ment buildings. Thi
istodial duties
nt ver 21,
A p
-

' t-app
' 875 a
turned ..... ,,._
5S to him. In 1924
clerk in his brothei
In 192, :., ;>.,... .,,.. and
joined Benjamin in law practice-
in the firm of Javits & Javits. By
1940 Javits was know l ,,n"g '
backer of the late Fiorello La-
Guardia. |
In 1941 Javits happened to meet'
the deputy chief of the Army 1
Chemical Warfare Service at a!
dinner party in Washington. The I
general complained that the Army
was having trouble getting a cer- '
tain paper filter for gas masks.
happens that Javis & Javits
represents the National Paper
The next day
- made connection through
n, pulled t)ic ap-
nd obtained for
filters he could
The grateful general 1
a dollar-a-year man. By
the time Javits was commissioned
in the Chemical Warfare
well-known in
m that five generals at-
tended the induct. emony.
He rose to the grade of lieutenant
5 the end of World War
I present a full colonel
ve.
S n Javits an ved in
old-line R. :
: they had a hi retic in
me out in favor
a 0 P.A. and ag tin I : ."."
; iati n : Manufai turers.
a Republicans wanted to kill
ils, Ja\ its ted I re-
tain strong controls. Administra
'Fail Deal" advocates have
often said they could always count
on h:: vote on any
al issue. Javits' liberal lean-
ings are such that he takes pains
to list himself as a "Repubhcan-
Liberal."
By 1948 Javits' populantv was
great enough for him to I
Paul O'Dwyer the ex-mapor's
brother. O'Dwyer, with strong
support, had attempted to win
the twenty-first district.
Javits is known to be a fighter
W he found that German fi-
' '' : .' 1 n
rig. preferential
' to girls from F
and othi mti
to act.
To ii
' ;. n bill. II
: 100 to 1
anted, Javits explained the
tual n to a numtx f Sena!
Senate
when .1 measure containing his
pted in
final version of the bill:
Javits went to Europe in 1947
with three other Congressmen on
a fact-finding mission. Their
travels brought them to Warsaw
Hoping to demonstrate American
good-will, they joined with peas-
ants laboring to remove debris
from the battered streets. Javits
and his colleagues took up shovels
and. ,fllled a whole truck with
rubble.
Javits' mother was born in
Palestine-a fact which may be
Coniv.sttion* From
Zionists Sou^lii
TEL AVIV. (JTA) Jewish
Communists in Rumania are seek-
ing to compel arrested Zionist
leaders to "confess" that they
have conducted espionage activi-
ties on behalf of the United States
as well as sabotage against Ru-
mania's economic system, it was
reported here by Hador. organ of
the Israel Labor Party.
The report sa'y that apparently
only five or Six of the arrested 45
Zionist leaders will be put on
trial, after those "prepared" to
admit their "guilt" are chosen.
Some of the leaders, arrested on
July 11. have been released after
being "worked up" to a point
where they allegedly agree to
testify against the other Zionist
leaders who are still detained.
Hador reports, adding that "Bu-
charest is filled with rumors to
this effect."
The Israel labor paper also re-
ports that Jews in Rumania today
in greater anxiety "than dur-
ing the Nazi days." They are
afraid to confide in one another
and speak in whispers. "Continued
ssive methods may lead to
a larger proportion of suicides
among Jews in Rumania, the
al proportion having been
exceeded even at present," the
: t .-ays.
The wearing of pendants as
jewelry is derived from the
primitive practice of wearing
wild-animal teeth, stones, or
. shells around the neck with mag-
: :cal intent, according to the En-
, cyclopaedia Britannica.
responsible for his vital
in Zionism. Immediate!v
after his election to Congress, he
Palestine, at his own ex-
study conditions there.
*'" hosen to christen
the first vessel to
the flag of the Israel-Amer-
ica Line. Since 1
or the stat. hi
pment of diplomati
en the U.S. and
.'
', s' f State Achesoi
I
ting devious treatment. Much of
h's L: winter was taken
up with the Neai Eastern arms
to insure Israel
:;. ?'! *hance o buy arms are
well-known.
. A deep interest in Jewish life
is indicated by his family rife He
was married in 1947 to Marion
Ann Boms of Detroit. Thev have
a boy and a girl. The boy is named
Joshua after the late Rabbi
Joshua Loth Licbman. Javits also
nf.L Tme '?. s.!rve as a trustee
of the Jewish Memorial Hospital
and as an overseer of the Jewish
Theological Seminary.
Ix'iht.-iI Zionists
I nlni-s<> Israel
Government
TEL AVIV. (JTA)Support
of the present government of
Israel was pledged here this week
by the General Zionist Party
j despite its opposition to the gov-
ernment's economic policies. At
the same time the Herut Party.
I which is composed of former
members and followers of the
Irgun Zvai Leufi, issued a call to
its membership to be ready "to
take over the country's adminis-
tration in the near future."
"The Herut will extend its hand
to all bodies and parties con-
cerned with the welfare of Israel.
in order to bring about the libera-
tion of the country from the
I pi esent regime." Menachem
j Bcigin. leader of the Herut Party,
I declared. He invited other minor-
ity parties in Israel "to rally
around the Herut for planning
tlie preparation of a new regime"
in the Jewish state.
j Dr. Perctz Bernstein, leader of
[the General Zionist Party, ad-
dressing a meeting here, em-
phasized that General Zionists
will continue to "struggle for
attainment of their objectives,
without precipitating the govern-
ment's resignation." He added
that the "present economic crisis,
which culminated in the un-
planned clothing rationing ordi-
nanceis due chiefly to a shortage
of foreign capital investments,
for which urgent corrective ac-
tion is necessary."
The Israel Labor Party, which
is predominant in the present
government, elected a central
executive committee of 131 per-
sons including all of its members
in the Cabinet, the parliament and
the Jewish Agency executive. The
newly-elected executive of the
will hold its first meeting
' which it will map
plans for strengthening the posi- I
tion if the present government
and for increasing the productivi-
1 the country.
UN Creat KofllglM' lONt
GENEVA, (JTA)-The U. N
economic and Social Council ad-
journed its summer session here,
alter adopting by 9 to 0, with (i
abstentions, a resolution approv-
ing creation of the off.ee of the
u.. High Commissioner for
.1','niT/0 succeed he Interna-
tional Refguee Organization. The
resolution also asks member states
to help the High Commisisoner
in carrying out his duties of pro-
moting the resettlement of refu-
frCCS.
Legislator Seeks To
Remove Restrictions
On Foreign Physicians
SYDNEY, Australia, UTA)-
Abram Landa, Jewish deputy in
1 the New South Wales State legis-
I ature. said this week he would
press for removal of "restrictions
on foreign physicians.' He em-
I phasized that under the present
1 medical laws, only eight taesn-
I born physicians may be kn*\
I annually.
Last week, he said, eight
doctors from abroad who are now
living here were licensed thus
filling the 1950 quota P
up the hardships which foreign-
born physicians must undergo be-
fore they can qualify for govern-
ment examinations, the Jewish
deputy said he would concentrate
especially on seeking the removal
of numerical restricti ins. oa
licensing foreign doctoi
Itabbi Leviiison '
Arrives In Merlin
BERLIN. (JTA)Rai Nathan
Levinson, new spiritual head of
the Jewish community of both
East and West Berlin arrived
here from the United States to
take up his duties.
Rabbi Levinson, a lutiwt 0'
Berlin, left here during the N'aa
regime for the United States
where he studied at the Univers-
ity of Cincinnati and the Hebrew
Union College before being or-
dained. He succeeds Rabbi
Stephen Schwarzschild, who has
returned to the U.S. Babb: Levin-
son will serve the entire Jewish
community of Berlin, about 8,000
persons, of whom 3,000 lives in
the Soviet sector.

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PAGE FIVE.
>nherg Is Principal Of Enlarged
ill SIioIoiii Religious School
Wry.
lary
moiincement that Sydney J.
will again head the
Li,. Beth Sholom Religious
,1 which is reopening on
ember 3. has been made by
J Ell, chairman of the
lol board.
I g, who is professor of
Lew language at the Universi-
l j, is rated among the
i h educators in the
He announced the ex-
.1 ;>11 school facilities to
te an expected enroll-
[, over 5 00 pupils
stration and application for
., to all departments
school, Sunday school,
iol, junior high school,
Mitzvah and Bas Mitzvah
es_will be accepted begin-
leptember 3. The school office
pen daily from 9 a.m.
p.m. and Sundays from 9
2 noon.
forking in close cooperation
G enberg will be a newly
irganized professional staff of
ted teachers, including Miss
lie Goldstein, graduate of Co-
Ibu University Teachers' Col-
Teachers College of the
|jsh Theological Seminary.
IMII-'ll'" Unit
la us Events
.. men's Group of the
|t Miami Jewish Center will
* i nner dance at the
\. lei, Miami Beach, on
lr Vugust 26, at 8 p.m.
irse dinner will be
i d by dancing in the
K i. Proceeds from the
o toward the center
E
I -..11!; capacity of the
I m is limited. allTeserv-
made in advance
I [rs. Rose Goldin at
|055; Mrs. Barbara Kalish,
I Mrs. Irene Ziegler,
1817; Mrs. Muriel Levy,
fl36.
I, ill also hold a donor
fcheon ii Sorrento Hotel,
ai Beach, on Wednesday,
|just 30, at 1:30 p.m. Cards and
nmins will follow the lunch-
Irs. Guldin was recently named
-mnn of the unit. Others
fed to ffice were Mrs. Jack
kza. secretary, Mrs. Willard H.
kder. treasurer.
Icbrew Academy
logins 4th Year
tie Hebrew Academy, Miami
ch's only all-day Hebrew
ml, will launch its fourth
n it opens its doors for
n this week at its build-
Sixth and Jefferson Ave.
ular curriculum of the
di n follows the regular
blie hncil program and meets
ncnts of both county
ci sti te boards of public in-
W <>1 was organized by
Iny prominent citizens of the
I to provide cultural
ilitii j for children who are
n acquiring a Hebrew-
ducation. Dr. David S.
1 I m is president, and Jack
vice president in charge
stration.
Miss Goldstein recently spent a
year of study in Israel. Mrs. Bess
Marder, graduate of the Uni-
versity of Minnesota and the
Jewish Teachers Training School
of Minneapolis, has also been
added to the staff.
Introduced for the first time
this year will be the revised "In-
tegrated Curriculum" comprising
three broad areas of content
Hebrew Language; Program for
Jewish Living in the Home,
Temple and Community; and the
Jewish PeopleIts Past and
Present.
In addition to this curriculum
there will be a host of extra-
curricular activities designed to
enrich and supplement the pro-
gram. These will include arts and
'rafts, dramatics, Jewish music,
a junior congregation, mass cele-
brations of Jewish and civic holi-
days, a school newspaper, a
junior Jewish community chest,
a library club, safety patrol, stu-
dent council, honor society and
other clubs. /
4.allies Center
Announces Plans
For Holiday Rites
As the Coral Gables Jewish
Center enters into its fifth year,
plans for the High Holy Days have
been announced by Herbert
Gelernter, president, and Lee
Elman, chairman of the commit-
tee.
Rabbi Morris A. Skop and
Cantor Joseph Malek will officiate
at the services with Steve Kessler
at the organ. The choir will
participate under the direction of
Mrs. Irving Weinstein. Special
services will be held for the
cVUdren.
The newly air-cooled center
and its new auditorium are ready
for the services.
Judge Sam Silver, chairman of
the membership committee, has
announced that applications for
membership may be made every
day at the center office from 9
to 5 and Thursday evening from
7 to 9. Membership entitles con-
gregants to seats for the sei'/ices
War Criminals Released
"For Good Behavior"
MUNICH, (JTA)The immedi-
ate release from prison of eight
convicted German war criminals
"for good behavior" was an-
nounced this week by U.S. occu-
pation authorities. The Germans
include Otto Dietrich, former Nazi
press chief; Fricdrich Flick, one
of the top Nazi industrialists; and
Richard Dane, former Nazi
Minister of Agriculture.
Convicted by war crimes trib-
unals to seven-year jail terms,
the eight included also Fritz
Termeer, Rudolph Lehmann and
Curt Rothenberger. who were
found guilty of crimes against
humanity. Darre, who is now 55,
was responsible for the rounding
up of thousands of Jewish and
other workers for slave labor.
and Sunday school instruction, as
well as many religious and social
and cul)ur> activities throughout
the year, Judge Silver said. Non-
members may make reservations
for the High Holy Days during
these same hours.
U-M Prof Will Read
"The Cocktail Party"
Sam Hirsch of the University
of Miami drama department will
read T. S. Eliot's enigmatic
comedy, "The Cocktail Party," on
Thursday, August 31. at 8:40 p.m.
at Coronet Hotel. Miami Beach,
under the auspices of Freedom
House.
A limited number of tickets are
still available at Pansy's Flower
Shop at 193 22nd St.. at Double-
day Book Shop. 934 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach, an* at Pansy
Flaum's McAllister Hotel Flower
' Shop. Reservations may be made
by calling 5-9783.
.4.
Products Endorsed
Royal Snack Products, herring
appetizers, which have been en-
dorsed by the Rabinical Council
I of America and the Union of
j Orthodox Jewish Congregations,
received local endorsement from
! Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, di-
i rector of the Greater Miami Vaad
I Hakashruth, this week.
lamrli Praised
>n UOth Birthday
fJEW YORK, (JTA)The 80th
Fthday oi elder statesman and
'Sidential adviser Bernard
U( h was hailed during the
tic-end by the nation's leading
iwspaper. The New York Times,
a highly laudatory editorial,
| it "if one may judge by
|e events of the last three weeks
Washington, Mr. Baruch has
h'l-i been a more vital force in
I n affairs." No public
Jure of our time, the paper
Jni'd, "has shown more unswerv-
}A confidence than has. Mr.
Pruch in the American people
W a more sincere devotion to
lose values which add up to the
tnericaa way of life."
lew Feature Added
[Simon Seiden, director of the
wish Forum Hour, has an-
mm-ed the addition of a new
eewy feature to be called "A
Wnjseeing Tour of Jewish In-
F'lutions and Organizations." The
P'twl stanza will be heard Sun-
m, August 27, at 2:30 p.m. over
iatton WFEC. At that time
Piden will lead his listeners
lrugh Mt. Sinai Hospital.
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FRIDAY, AUGUST
Fremermans Wed At
Sundav, Will Reside
Gables Center
In Missouri
Judith Block, is the daughter of j
Mr. and Mrs. Hugo J. Block. 4870
S.W. 5th Terr. The bridegroom's
parents are the James L. Fremer-
mans of Lake Lotawana.
Wearing a white satin gown
which she designed and made
herself, the bride carried a
colonial bouquet of spring flowers.
The gown featured a lace yoke
and sleeves Mr. Block gave his
daughter in marriage.
Miss Abbie Sunshine served as
maid of honor in a gown of sky
blue satin with marquisette and
Miss Paula Price, bridesmaid,
wore sky blue marquisette. Renee
Fine, flower girl, was attired in
pink organdy.
Marvin Fremerman was his
brother's best man. Irwin and
Eddie Block, brothers of the bride,
seated guests.
The couple is honeymooning in
the Bahamas. For traveling the
former Miss Block wore a navy
faille dress with navy and white
accessories.
3er ii (! Fremerman
In will be the
ui Mr .in,I Mrs. Bernard
.1. Fn n whose marriage
. pi.ui' Sunday .it 3 p.m. at
les Jewish Center.
\ reception followed the cere-
the former Miss
Betrothal Announced
e betrothal of Estelle Zeld-'
tn David J. Ashen, son of'
and Mis Louis Ashen.;
i rford, X J.. has been an- !
n need by her mother. Mrs.
e Goldman.
The wedding will take place on
August 24 in the Jansen Suite
ci the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel.
York C
The prospective bridegroom is
mber of the law firm of Kipp.
n, and Somerville, Ruther-
He was graduated from
nbia University and Rutgers
School. He is a veteran of '.
''.' Id War II. having served in ;
'. Pacific Theatre.
. e bride-elect's mother oper-
the Levitt Hotel in Fallsburg. I
N Y.. and the International.
i Beach.
Mrs. Frome Honors
Daughter On Birthday
Mrs. Rae Frome was hostess at
a party in honor of the thirteenth
birthday of her daughter. Frances,
on Saturday night at her home.
Guests were Eunice Cook.
Dolores Cheinof. Roberta Fisher.
Marcia Sabal, Phyllis Pearl, Linda
Mehler, Roberta Koerner. Barbara
Cohen. Martha Bernstein. Elaine
Lerner, Alan Morgenstern. Fred
Storch. Richard Sachs. Robert
Bernstein. Sheldon Frome, Fred
Berger. Richard Sernaker, David
Tower. Bertram Tower. Leonard
Kessler. Mr. and Mrs. Milton
Sachs. Isadore Zamansky and
Mrs. Muriel Tower.
Mary I in Freedman
Marvlin Freedman
Betrothal Told
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Freedman.
3029 S.W. 7th St.. have announced
the betrothal of their daughter,
Marylin, to Clarence Siegel. son
of the Samuel Siegels. 1132 N.W.
7th Ave.
The wedding will take place
in the fall.
Both prospective bride and
bridegroom are alumni of Miami
Senior High. Mr. Siegel also at-
tended the University of Miami
and is now in business in Coral
Gables.
Sylvia Tupler Wed
To Lester Levy
The Sherry Frontenac Hotel was
the setting for the wedding of
Miss Sylvia Ann Tupler to Lester
j J. Levy on July 30 at 1 p.m. Dr.
Jacob H. Kaplan read the service.
The bride is the daughter of
Mrs. Faye Tupler, 1955 Calais
l Drive, Miami Beach. Mr. Levy's
mother is Mrs. Pearl K. Levy of
New Orleans, La.
Given in marriage by her uncle,
Irving Greenburg, the bride wore
a ballerina-length gown of ice
blue tulle. Lace mitts and a
shoulder-length veil of matching
tulle completed her ensemble. She
carried a white orchid and valley
j lilies on a prayerbook.
Mrs. Gershon Miller, sister of
the bride, served as matron of
honor. Michel Levy of New Or-
leans was his brother's best man.
Following the ceremony, a
dinner was held in the Pompa-
dour Room of the hotel.
Besides the bridegroom's
mother and brother, out-of-town
guests included the bridegroom's
aunt, Mrs. James Pinski of Chi-
cago.
After a motor trip to New York,
the newlyweds are residing at
2175 Bay Drive, Normandy Isle.
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Mr. and Mrs. Cal Pont have moved into their new home at
4221 S.W. 13th Terr.
**
Mr. and Mrs. William D. Singer and family will return to
Miami on September 6 after a tour of Europe and Israel.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Glasser are vacationing in the mountains
in the North.
* *
Agnes Iserson, of the Agnes Specialty Shop, Coconut Grove,
is spending a three weeks vacation with her sister and brother-
in-law at Cape Cod, Mass.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Max Messer left Thursday for a two-week
vacation in Hendersonville, N. C.
* *
Dr. and Mrs. Charles Werblow recently returned from a
two month stay in Europe. While in London they were the
guests of Lord ar,l Lady Julian Melchett, who plan to come to
Miami to return the visit at an early date. The Werblows also
visited France, Italy and Switzerland.
* *
Mi. and Mrs. Isidore B. Simkowitz announce the birth of a
daughter. Sara Miriam, on August 14 at Mt. Sinai Hospital.
They are the parents of two other children, Elizabeth and
Michael.
Wagner-Lewis Nuptials
Will Be Held Sunday
Mrs. Ethel Lewis, daughter of
Jacob Weiss of 2530 S.W. 25th
Ave., Miami, will be married to
Solomon Wagner on Sunday,
August 27. at 2 p.m. at the home
of the bride-to-be, 2451 S.W. 25th
St.
The double ring ceremony will
be performed by Norman R.
Lyons, Miami attorney and friend
of the family. The bride will be
given in marriage by her father,
and will be attended by her
sister, Mrs. Maurie Cohen. Abra-
ham Wagner and Sol Bloom will
be the bridegroom's attendants.
Mrs. Lewis is executive secre-
tary of the Southwest Civic
League, and Mr. Wagner is a de-
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' mony, a reception will be heli
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1950
Jen4isti HcridUan
Personally Speaking .
Mr. and Mrs. Al Wise, 608 S.W. 18th Ave., have returned
to Miami after an extended tour oi the West Coa3t.
* *
Slated to arrive from California Sunday is Mrs. Joseph
Weiss, 610 S.W. 18th Ave., who has been visiting her son-in-law
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Verne Folts.
* *
Lt. j. g. James David Liebman recently left for a two-week
naval reserve cruise. Stationed at Quonset Point, R. I., he will
return here August 28. Lt. Liebman is a practicing attorney and
is active in Zionist activities.
* *
Mrs. Sally Gardner and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kanter of Miami
Beach flew to New York Wednesday for their annual summer
vacation.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ruskin and Mr. and Mrs. Gus Feuer
have returned from a plane trip to South America
* *
Manfred J. Berliner, Miami Beach attorney, left Wednesday
for New York, where he will spend a month's vacation. Mr.
Berliner, who is the Florida correspondent for the American
Lawn Tennis Magazine, will assist the staff of that publication
in covering the Davis Cup and National Tennis Championships
to be held at Forest Hills, Long Island, during the next ten days.
He will remain in New York for the High Holy Days and will
worship with his mother at Temple Anche Chesed.
* *
Spending a three-week vacation in Pennsylvania, New
York and Canada is Miss Doris Kasow, 2100 S.W. 21st Ave.
She will visit her grandmother in White Plains, N. Y.; her
brother, Harvey, at Camp Massad, Pa., where he is spending
the summer; and relatives and friend* in Albany and Montreal
* *
Ted Kaufman and his son, Bobby, are vacationing at Glacier
National Park, Montana. En route they spent time at Yellowstone
National Park. Father and son will be gone about a month
*
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Firtel, 431 West 62nd St., Miami Beach,
announce the arrival of a daughter, Toby Ann, on August 16 at
Mr. Sinai Hospital. The Firtels are the parents of three other
children, Leon, Kenneth and Maxine. Mrs. Firtel's sister, "Mrs.
Pearl Hein, came down from New York for the event.
* +
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Weissman, 947 Washington Ave.,
Miami Beach, have returned from a vacation in Fallsburg, N. Y.
* *
Spending a month's vacation at the Strath Haven Hotel,
Miami Beach, is Mrs. Benjamin H. Leser, 1241 N.W. 58th Terr.
* *
Miss Beatrice Goldberg of Miami Beach recently returned
from a trip to .Israel, where she spent a month touring the
country and getting acquainted with the people. Prior to return-
ing here, Miss Goldberg vacationed at Sylvan Lake, N. Y
* *
After a three month's vacation, during which they visited
their children and grandchildren in Teaneck, N. J., and spent
two months in Atlantic City, Mr. and Mrs. George Cohen, 1800
James Ave., will return here this week.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Farr and their son, Harvey, left Thurs-
day for a tour of the Caribbean Islands. In Nassau they will be
the guest-? of their friends. Dr. and Mrs. George J. Gerson, owners
of the Fort Montagu Hotel. From there they will proceed to Haiti;
Kingston, Jamaica; Tower Island, and Havana. Mr. Farr is
associated with Farr Tours, Miami Beach travel agency.
* *
Miss Phyliss Tobee Schermer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J
Sigmund Schermer, 1611 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach, has re-
turned from a nine-week stay in the North. After attending the
firs: summer session at Michigan State College, where she
studied psychology, Miss Schermer visited in Detroit. In the
motor city she was the houseguest of Miss H. Schermer. Before
returning here, she stopped with friends in Cleveland and
Youngstown, Ohio.
*
Following a ten-day motor trip to North Carolina, Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Moss and their three dauahters are at home in
West Palm Beach.
* *
Mrs. Ella Simon recently returned to West Palm Beach after
business and pleasure tr'.o in New York and New Jersey. Her
cughter, Lois, remained in the North but will return in time to
enter high school.
* *
Back in West Palm Beach after a visit to Durham, N. C,
their former home, are Mr. and Mrs. Philip Dave.
* *
New vacation arrivals at Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville, i
C., include Mr. and Mrs. Murray Bennett, Dr. and Mrs. Julian
KoDinson, Mr. and Mrs. S. Garber and son, Victor. Mr. and Mrs. I
> Kiefer and son, Eric, Mrs. Samuel Gardner, Miss Dorothy '
Gardner, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Peskin and Gerald Simmons.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Aronovitz, 2450 S.W. 2nd Ave., left this
week for a vacation in Hendersonville, N. C, and New York City.
* *
Mrs. Sam Reinhard, 1141 S.W. 10th St., has returned from
a two-month vacation in New York. Included in her trip was a
s'ay at the Pioneer Country Club. During her absence, her son,
eymour, of Brooklyn, has been spendinq the summer with
his father.
* *
t Mi -nd **r8- AUen H. Amdur and son, Steve, have returned
0 Miami Beach after a vacation at Duncraggan Inn, Henderson-
v'He. N. C.
PAGE SEVEN
Sisterhood To Fete Kaplans In Honor Of
Twenty-Fifth Wedding Anniversary
Gertrude Heeht
Picks September 3
M.. and Mrs. Isidore Hecht, 4213
Nautilus Drive, Miami Beach,
have announced the engagement
and approaching marriage of his
sister. Miss Gertrude Hecht, Jack-
sonville, to Marshall N. Feuer,
Miami.
The wedding will take place at
the Cfomwell Hotel on September
3 ;it 8 p.m.
f.Ir. Feuer, a Miami attorney,
received his law degree from the
University of Miami. He is the
son of Mrs. Carl A. Presse. 1233
Collins Ave., Miami Beach.
His fiancee was graduated from
the University of Florida arid also
attended Northwestern University
and the University of Alabama.
She has been teaching in Jackson-
ville schools.
FRED JONAS
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Kaplan
The Sisterhood of Congregation
Beth Tfilah will tender a dinner
Sunday, August 27, at 6 p.m. in
the synagogue banquet hall in
honor of the twenty-fifth wedding
anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Nor-
man Kaplan.
The Kaplans came here six
Brithday Party To Honor
H. Spivack, Grandchild
A party Saturday afternoon will
mark the sixtieth birthday of
Harry Spivack, 905 Michigan
Ave., Miami Beach, and the first
birthday of his granddaughter,
Selina Helina Decky. The affair
will be held in the patio of the
Spivack home at 3 p.m.
"The Imaginary Invalid"
To Open Monday Night
Moliere's "The Imaginary In-
valid" will open a two-week run
at the University of Miami Ring
Theatre on Monday, August 28,
at 8:30 p.m. Last in the univers-
ity's summer program, the play
is directed by Hans Rothe.
May We
Suggest
years ago from Forest Hills, L. I.,
where Mr. Kaplan founded Con-
gregation Ahavas Sholom. Since
their arrival here, both have been
active in the civic and religious
life of the community. Mr. Kaplan
is a past president of Beth Tfilah. | Genial Miami Beach Real Estate
Mrs. Kaplan's brother, Leon
Ohl, who is an annual visitor to
Miami Beach, donated Oran
Kodesh and lights for* the Beth
Tfilah synagogue.
The father of two sons, one a
technician at Jackson Memorial
Hospital and the other a student
at the University of Miami, Mr.
Kaplan owns and operates the
Kosher meat and poultry depart-
ment of the General Food Market,
Miami Beach.
Broker and property owner, says:
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 9s
1950
Jewish Girls Among First Volunteers For Reserve
Rabbi Shapiro To Speak
Rabbi Max Shapiro will be
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Sunday, August
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LEGAL NOTICE
That Sluggish, Let-Down Feeling
Associated With Premature Old Age
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The six Jewish young women pictured here, members of the
Utti class of women selected frcm candidates from all over the
country for the firs! Reserve Officer Candidate Training Program
i- the Navy ever opened to women, learn from Chaplain Samuel
'c-'el ?. Geat Lakes Naval Training Station about the religious
nd cultural services available to them through JWB's Division of
Religious Activities and Armed Services Division. The girls, who
were in their freshman or sophomore years of college, will be
commissioned as ensigns in the Naval Reserve after completing
two summer sessions of training and their college courses. L. to r.
; = cqueline Axelrod, Elkins Park. Pa.: Rita Wolfe. Piltsfield, Mass.:
Jane M. Blake. Kerrville. Tex.: Nancy Levy, San Mateo. Calit..
Sondra Kornman. West Haven. Conn.. Carol Schycon. New Haven.
Ccnn. The Jewish girls were part of a class of 134._________________
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Cantor Tambor to
ierve At Beth El
^JmistiOcrHfan
Dr. Ben Elias Called Zionists
Chart Drive
I* or Members
C lor Jacob E. Tambor
ICantor Jacob E. Tambor has
en elected to serve as perma-
|: ntor of Congregation Beth
il lias been announced by
ney 11. Palmer, congregation
i nt.
Cantor Tambor was born in
j: j in 1915. At the age of 11
I ired the countryside accom-
kying his father who was a
welling cantor. At 13 he sub-
luti'd for his father in a last
Bute emergency when the latter
1- ken ill in the synagogue on
ill Hashona morning. After
ee years of intensive study at
Hungarian Yeshiva, Tambor
iied privately under the fore-
st tutors of Hebraic liturgy in
rope. He came to the United
]tes in 1930 to continue his
rse of study under Olefsky.
Jong his teachers were Mendele
piro. Schnipolsky, and other
led cantorial authorities.
Cantor Tambor comes to Beth
from the Beth Joseph Center,
Chester, N. Y. Previously he
red with Washington Heights
I gation and Temple Beth El
I iklyn. He will officiate at
I High Holiday services and
p: Sabbath throughout the
To Israelite Center
Appointment of Dr. A. Ben
Elias as spiritual leader of the
Israelite- Center has been an-
nounced by Irving Sperling, pres-
Dr. Ben Elias, who will conduct
services and supervise the center's
religious school is a graduate of
Theological College Meah Shearin
in Jerusalem. He received his Ph
D from the University of Berlin
and has held the pulpit at Con-
gregation Shomray Hadath in
Chicago and Aguduth Achim in
rranklm Square, L. I.
In the realm oi public activities
Dr. Ben Elias was founder and
executive director of the Pro-
Palestine Federation of America
dedicated to Christian-Jewish
cooperation in behalf of Zionist
projects in Palestine. He also or-
ganized the American Christian
Conrerence of Jewish Problems
held at the Astor Hotel in New-
York in 1936. Editor of the Pro-
Palestine Herald, the rabbi is an
author and lecturer on problems
of the Near East.
The new spiritual leader spoke
to the group last week. He will
assume his duties prior to the
High Holy Days.
Registration for the religious
school will be held Sunday and
Monday, August 27 and 28, from
10 a.m. to 1 p.m., according to Mrs.
Esther Cohen, chairman of the
school committee. All children
must be accompanied by their
parents.
Plans for its annual dinner and
an extensive membership cam-
paign were formulated at a refent
board meeting of the Miami
Beach Zionist District held at the
home of President Alex Van
Straaten.
.Burnett Roth, membership
ch;/.man. was named to head the
drive, which will be coupled with
a complete educational program.
under the direction of Sydney J.
Grcenberg, education chairman.
Also discussed at the meeting
were plans for the annual South-
eastern regional conference to be
held in Miami Beach during No-
vember.
Public membership meetings of
the district will be held the first
: 1 hursday of each month, begin-
ning November 2. and board
meetings arc set for the third
Monday oi each month. In con-
junction with these plans, a
speakers' bureau will be set up
to service the community.
| Present at the meeting were
Daniel M. Broad, Sam Proster-
man, Rabbi Moses Meseheloff
Rabbi Moshay P. Mann, Philip
Edelman. Ben Zion Ginsburg. Dr.
Z. I. Sabshin, Harry Platoff.
Joseph Pardo, Harry J. Son/.
Bernard S. Feiner, Sydney J.
Greenberg. Seymour B. Liebman.
I Philip Salmon, Judge Kenneth
Oka, I. R. Goodman. Gilbert
Rappaport, David C. Goodman,
Harold Shapiro. David Goodwin
and Abe Schafer.
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projects in Israel and it,s work in
the United States, and gained
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period, it was reported at the
Hadassah convention now taking
place here.
The 2,000 delegates attending
the convention heard a report
given by Moshe Kol, chairman of
the Youth Immigration Depart-
ment of the Jewish Agency in
: Jerusalem, on the problems which
! the Agency now faces in trying
j to bring to Israel as many Jewish
children from European countries
as possible.
"At this very moment Youth
Aliyah is racing against time," Mr.
Kol said, "to deliver 35.000 Jewish
children from the Iron Curtain
countries to Israel. T.here are
j 20,000 in Poland and Rumania
J whose doors are currently open
! to Jewish emigration." An all-out
effort must be made to rescue
I these children, because if inter-
national tension should increase
or war break out, fate would be
black lor Jewish youth in these
nations where they are considered
'undesirable elements'."
There were 15,000 Jewish chil-
dren in Hungary where Jewish
emigration is still considered il-
legal, Mr. Kol disclosed. Thuje
Hungarian children, who have
found their way into Israel, he
said, have done so through de-
vious routes and from transit
Rabbi Leon Kronish of Temple
Beth Sholom recently returned
from an extended stay in New
York, where he attended the
Institutes for Ministers at the
Union Theological Seminary at
Columbia University and studied
at the library of the Jewish In-
stitute of Religion. While in New
York, Rabbi Kronish delivered a
major radio address on the na-
tional hookup of the Message of
Israel program on July 2.
camps in friendly nations. An
unremitting pressure must be
exerted to enable these youngsters
to make their way to their true
homeland in Israel, Mr. Kol said.
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PAGE NINE
Rabbi H. Horowitz, spiritual
leader of the newly organized
Eitz Chaim Congregation. Tides
Hotel. Miami Beach, will conduct
High Holy Day services and chant
Musef. Thereafter the rabbi, who
has served as senior rabbinic ad-
viser in this area for the past 15
years, will officiate at services
twice daily and hold study ses-
sions on Saturday afternoon.
Reservations for the holiday
services may be made by calling
the Tides Hotel at 5-6701.
An oyster can produce 114.000,-
000 eggs during its lifetime.
Dr. George Balber
Wishes to Announce the Remo^
of His Offices (or the General
Practice of Dentistry to the
Physicians Building
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Miami. Florida
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PAGE TEN
yJewish ncrHiar
FRIDAY. AUGUST
Returning lo Miami from Camp Keystone for Girls n Bey;
in Odess?, Flo.ida, are (I. lo r.) Miriam Berzof. Jackie Simon. Bill
Kaufman ar.d Donr.a Simon. Miriam, who is the daughter of Mr.
and Mis. H. G. Berzof. 67S N.E. 67th St.. has attended Camp
Keystone for the past three years. She has received awards for
excellence in dramatics, horsemanship, crafts and sports. Donna
and Betty are the daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Simon. 7116
Bay Drive. Miami Beach. Fourteen-year-old Donna, a counselor-
in-lraining, has won citations for crafts, swimming, horsemanship,
canoeing and sportsmanship while her nine-year-old sister walked
away with first place honors at a recent h^rse show ?-4 wi"
awards in dramatics, swimming and diving. The son of Mr. and
Mrs. H. E. Kaufman. Bill, who is 10. has been cited for his
swimming, canoeing, horsemanship, marksmanship and athletics.
Radio Drama To Depict
Fight Against Bigotry
The uphill fiRht of a doctor to
win the respect of his intolerant
bors will be depicted when
Workshop f >r Democracy
presents the radi i drama "A Party
I the Doctor" on Sunday.
27. at T:4."> p.m. over sta-
ti ,n WMIE.
PI ived by a oast of local
I by B t epis ide in the series de-
es the plight of a young doctor
,mes l i a new town. The
li ist, lii f Gertrudi
> tures the organ music ol
-- K The entin
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sistant di-
ector < Fl irida regi >nal
the Anti-J ati >n
th.
in "A I
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Beach Zionists Agents
For Service To Israel
Miami Youth, 19,
Hurl. In Korea
Pfc Alfred C. Silverman, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer B. Silver-
man. 36 N.W. 25th Ave.. has been
wounded while fighting in Korea.
the Department of Defense dis-
closed.
Silverman, 19. an infantryman
with the 34th regiment, was in-
jured by an exploding grenade
and is recovering in a Tokyo
pital.
A native Miamian. the young
man is a former Technical High
School stud.'lit. He enlisted in
1949 and was stationed on Sasboe
island. Japan, when the fighting
broke out.
serves traditional schooUth
it the Unitee
Registration
brew s
a.m. to 5 p.m.
out the United States'^dhJ
Registration for kindSrT^
and Hebrew school is he H
from 9am to s _
-
-
! ..-.'.
Hebrew School Discloses
High Holy Day Plans
Mian ew Srhn1 and On- !
gregation has completed plans for
High Holiday services, according
I Jack Stone, president.
Cant Berele Kelemer will
chant the services assisted by a
i of Hebrew school
I li nts, Rabbi Simon April will
delivi ins.
Tickets ai e n s lie at the si
building, 1101 S.W. 12th Ave..
excepting Sabbath.!
from 8 to 10.
Mr. and Mrs, William Wien-!
i i-chairman of the'
__________ 1
A squai e inch ol skin may
:i,ui)0 sweat glands.
Obituaries
SAMUEL A. GOLDEN
-. Euclid Ave panned awayj
Monday. A liquor store proprietor, Mr.
;..ia, ii came her* from Washington
Mi yearn :i^<- Surviving are his wife
Marj and a con, Morris, both i>f
Miami Reach The remain* were sent
to Waxhington foi Interment bj the
i;..,. I, Ri\ eraide Memorial Chapel.
- f jr Israel. Inc
:... i All x Van Straaten
pi leni
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235 Lin In R
the are., may purchase kosher
tood packages, as well as electri-
cal appliance for shipment to
Israel. The food parcels range in
price from S10.50 to S19.50 and
the appliances are especially
geared for Israel's electrical
system.
"With the present austerity pro-
gram in the new nation, these
items are a boon to Israeli citi-
zens," Seymour Liebman, pro-
gram chairman, said.
Further information about the
new service may be secured by
calling Mrs. Doris Pardo, execu-
tive secretary, at 58-4643.
North Dade Center
Plans Holiday Rites
Plans have been completed for
H g] Holiday si rvices at the
le Jewish Center. 13630
West Dixie Highway, North Mi-
lling to an announce-
ment from the center religious
c n nitta
be obtained by
'-7433 or 84-1216.
:. g stration tor religious school
. be made with Joseph Keller,
610 N.E. 139th St.. North Miami.
MRS. AMELIA POLLACEK
ul 121 Polllna Ave., passed away |
Saturda> In .1 local hospital She was
I".111 in Bohemia and came to Miami
Beach from N-w York City. She
leaven her daughters, Mrs. Ann
tSoldenherg. ol Miami, and Mrs Julia
liner, ol th- Bronx: six grandchlldrep
...,,i three great-grandchildren. Th=
* wen "Hi '( New York J-"
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Beth David Holiday
Tickets Now On Sale
Tu-kets for the High Holiday-
services at Beth David Congrega-
tion are now on sale and reserva-
tions may be made at the new
svnagogue, Mondays through
Thursdays between 7:30 and 9:30
p.m. and on Sunday between
10 and 12 a.m. or by calling 3-1970
or 9-3469.
The Holiday service this year
will feature a twelve voice choir
under the direction of Leon Shiff.
Cantor, Instructor Arrive
To Assume Duties Here
Cantor Abraham Seif, who was '
recently elected permanent cantor
of Kneseth Israel Congregation,
arrived this week to make his
permanent home on the Beath.
I Cantor Seif will begin his regular
' services on Saturday, September
j 2, at the midnight Slichos'
! services.
On Thursday the newly ap-
I pointed Hebrew teacher and
youth director of the synagogue.
! David J. Gorlin. also arrived with
his wife to assume his duties
starting Monday, September 4.
Rabbi Isaac H. Ever, spiritual |
leader,"announced that Mrs. Gor-
lin, who is the daughter of the
famous rabbi and educational'
I leader. Rabbi Chaim Karlinsky of
Brooklyn, will be the new teacher
I for the kindergarten for children
from the ages of four to six.
Classes will be held from 8:30 a.m.
to 12:30 p.m. daily starting
September 4.
The reorganized Hebrew school '
and kindergarten are now affili-
i ated with the Mizrachi National '
; Education Committee, which'
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Cellist-Author Vacations Here After
Successful Tour With Arturo Toscanini
PAGE ELEVEN
With the ovation of a highly
successful six-week tour of the
country with Arturo Tescanini
still ringing in his ears, Gdal
Saleski, nationally known 'cellist,
composer and author, is in Miami
Beach to escape the ragweed
season in New York.
Although the musician has been
invited here a number of times
by Composer Mana-Zucca, this is
his first visit. And it may partially
bo attributed to Lady Luck.
Asked by Dr. Annaliese Landau,
niusical director of the Jewish
ciuiter in Los Angeles, to take
refuge from the ragweed in Cali-
fornia, he was thinking of taking
her up on the invite when he
spied some Miami Beach Chamber
[ of Commerce advertising disclos-
ing that this area is also pollen-
hut'. So he flipped a coin to de-
Itermine where he would go.
Whan interviewed Friday, he
I was delighted that he had come
and was having no trouble with
I his hay fever.
While here, Saleski is complet-
linii a biography of Toscanini, with
whom he has been intimately
[associated for the past fourteen
bears.
"So far as I know," Saleski
"this, will be the first bio-
Gdnl Saleski
||raphy of the 84-year-old maestro
hat Jias been attempted by a
professional musician and the first
by one of his 'boys'."
The Vellistiwriter said that he
lis trying to depict Toscanini's
[renowned fiery temperament as
[well as his greatness. "During the
[tour," he revealed, "I submitted
[several pages of the biography
[containing many choice expletives
to the conductor and his son for
their approval. I was somewhat
apprehensive about their reaction,
I but I soon found that they not
only approved but made a few
additions."
Saleski is also the author of
a mammoth volume entitled
"Famous" Musicians of Jewish
Origin,' which was published last
year by Bloch Publishing Co.
"The object of this book," .
Saleski declared, "was not to show ;
the worid that we are better than ,
others in the realm of music.:
People usually recognize the '
Jewish genius for business and
finance, but they have minimized
the Jewish contributions to art.
It is simply to demonstrate the
part that people of Jewish descent
have played that I have wjitten
the book."
As a lifelong student of music,
the Ukrainean-born Saleski has
been closely associated with the
inner circle of the musical world
and his book bristles with amus-
ing anecdotes and cocktail party
chichat about the musical eminen-
toes he discusses. The book in-
cludes a section on Israeli music.
"The music of Israel," he said,
"is like the people itselfwith
the heart of youth and the head
of age. The actual period of musi-
cal culture in Palestine started
approximately at the beginning
of the twentieth century, which
makes the story of Jewish music
in Israel very new and very'
young.
"It is to be hoped and expected,"
he continued, "that once peace
and tranquillity are restored in j
the reborn Jewish State that in 1
' not too distant a time Israeli
| composers will reach the degree
of creative productivity which
will match the greatness of tlie
old masters."
Saleski studied at the Kiev Im-
I perial Music School and the
Leipzig Conservatory and has had
! a distinguished career as a soloist
and composer both here and
abroad. He has written music for
! the movies and has played in a
i number of orchestras, including
the N.B.C. Symphony which he
joined shortly after it was organ-
.. ized in 1937.
Saleski will leave here in time
: to keep a standing date to play
: at Temple Emanuel in New York
I on Yom Kippur.
"They'd never forgive me if I
I didn't," he said.
Young Zionists
To Hold Party
The Miami Young Zionist Dis- !
trict will present a "This Is It"
party Sunday, August 27, at 8:30
p.m. at the home of Aileen
Tamaroff, 1878 West Flagler Terr. ,
Entertainment will include a
comic "novelty" dance and a,
trained flea act. Refreshments
will be served between dances,
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Mrs. Stanley Jamison, president
of Lorber Chapter of the National
Home for Jewish Children at
Denver, recently returned from
the national group's forty-third
convention in Denver. The home
cares for children suffering from
asthma and tuberculosis.
THE FIRST JEWISH CONGREGATION
OF CORAL GABLES
(Conservative)
Extends its best wishes to all members and friends for a
HAPPY. HEALTHY and PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
The congregation will again conduct High Holy Day
Services at the Coliseum, Douglas Road and S.W. 16th St.
(Completely air-cooled auditorium)
RABBI RALPH DE KOVEN
will officiate at all services
CANTOR MAX COOPER
will render'the liturgical music
Prayers and responsive readings will be in Hebrew and
English
Tickets: SI5 per family
For further information and reservations, call 83-4869
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Edward Kalin, St. Petersburg, at
the Sheraton Belvedere Hotel,
Baltimore," Md., on July 17.
For the ceremony the bride
chose a. white Swiss organdy
dress, matching headqiece with
shoulder length veil and a nose-
gay of red rosebuds. She was
given in marriage by her brother,
Bud Weiss.
Miss Rena Wcintraub of Balti-
more was maid of honor. Sidney
Kalin served as his brother's best
man.
Following a honeymoon in
i Bermuda, the newlyweds are re-
I siding in St. Petersburg, where
the bridegroom is in business.
The son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Kalin of Hendersonville, N. C,
: and St. Petersburg, Mr. Kalin
graduated from the University of
North Carolina and served as a
lieutenant in the navy during the
war.
The former Miss Weiss, a grad-
uate of Miami High School and
Strayers Business College in
Baltimore, was employed by the
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Cantor Teitlebaum To
Sing At T'fereth Israel
T'fereth Israel Congregation has
engaged Cantor Moses Teitlebaum
to officiate at High Holy Day
services, which will be held at
the Masons and Bricklayers
Union Building, 3350 N.W. 7th
Ave.
Tickets for the services may be
secured at E. M. Grand Flvi and
Ten, 3032 N.W. 7th Ave., 2-&B69.
Mailmen use skis in the Chilean
mountains.
Miss Marguerite Marx, president
of the Miami Beach Business and
Professional Women's Group of
HadaAsah. was a delegate to the
organization's 36th annual con-
vention held at the Waldorf-
Astoria Hotel in New York from
August 20 to 23. Before returning
here, she will visit relatives and
friends in Washington, D. C, and
Norfolk, Va., her former home.
Miami Hebrew School
and Congregation
1101 Southwest 12th Avenue
Wishes the Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES
Rosh Hashanah
September 11-12-13
Yom Kippur
September 20-^1
Koi Nldre Eve, Sept. 20
Yiskoi. Sept 21
Simon April, Rabbi
Berele Kelemer, Cantor
accompanied by
Our Student Choir
Reservations may be made Every Evening at the
Synagogue from 8 to 10 P.M. (except Sabbath)
or Phone
Mr. William Weintraub, Ticket Chairman at 9-4336
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FRIDAY. AUGUST
^UST 25, 1950
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+Jew 1st flrridHar
PAGE THIRTEEN
Between You and Me"
By BORIS SMOLAR
(Copyright, 1948, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
1000,1
;S AND DOLLARS
f0W that Premier David Ben
i i revealed that Israel is
King a billion-dollar loan from
Ls abroad, the news is no long-
secret We can, therefore,
,1 that this request was
subject of the recent talks in
fusalem to which the American
Ln be is of the Jewish Agency
Ire summoned ... It was to
talks that Henry Montor,
,. ir ol the United Jewish Ap-
and Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz,
ropean director of the Joint
fctr.bution Committee, were
bilarly summoned Details
mference have been con-
ered top-secret, and only a few
| top Jewish leaders in the
I States were kept informed
them Actually, it means
;, ie Israel government ex-
American Jews to raise
D.000.000 for the Jewish state
period of three years to
|p in the absorption of thous-
mmigrants pouring into
state This sum is
, since all indications point
that countries behind
Courtain Rumania,
and Polandhave sud-
ipted a more liberal
:. regard to permitting
emigrate to Israel .
\ must be taken ad-
: by Israel while it lasts
a i also optimists in
v who predict that con-
. xpectations, Jews in
ture may be permitted
to Israel even from
- Union ... It is in the
f this belief that the Israel
will soon address it-
ii appeal to Moscow to
i emigration of those
the I'.S.S.R. who might
t i the Jewish state .
Dody is optimistic enough to
M that Stalin will permit
kng Jews to leave Russia;
wever, some well-wishers hope
'may permit at least the emi-
>n ot old and aged Jews who
ve relatives in Israel ... If
iuld happen, Israel's bur-
: >f .ibsorbing non-productive
ents will become even heav-
tn it is at present ... Of
I everything is based on the
| ption that the Korean con-
II not develop into a world
far This explains why Israel's
| <: the billion-dollar loan is
-year plan Within
i years a good many thous-
Jd f Jews can be taken out of
Be Soviet-dominated countries
ire these countries may be to-
ed in a war The reaction
.merican Jewish leadership to
a of raising a billion-dollar
Israel among U.S. Jews
to be seen.
IPLOMATIC SECRETS:
ngton may consider it a;
itic secret, but it is no I
i some that King Abdullah j
Ian addressed himself to
: ent Truman for military
' 'vonomic aid The secret
si from the Arab ruler to
sident Truman was conveyed
through the U.S. Minister in
Amman, capital of Jordan .
Furthermore, it is known that in
his letter. King Abdullah asked
Truman for assistance not only
l'or his own country, but also for
Iraq and Syria ... He emphasized
that these three countries torm a
natural economic and military
unit capable of confronting Com-
munist aggression in the Middle
East ... He also indicated that
these three countries, if provided
with arms, could contribute 20
divisions Those who know
the exact contents of the secret
lette- reveal that Abdullah told
President Truman that "after
Communist aggression in Korea,
world events drive Arab states to
meditate seriously about the
menacine Communist danger" ...
The Arab King referred to "Rus-
sia's aims in the Middle East and
her oil ambitions" and claimed
that these aims "are not unknown
to Truman" Therefore, he
said, the United States "must give
military and economic aid to Jor-
dan, Iraq and Syria" ... It is
obvious that although the Arab
countries seek to secure American
arms and funds under the pretext
of combatting Communism, they
can turn the same arms against
Israel Hence it would be
interesting to learn what President
Truman's reply to Abdullah will
be Here is the best oppor- American
tunitv for the United States''
government to impress Jordan,
Iraq and Syria with the necessity
of concluding peace with Israel
prior to receiving aid from this
country.
public ... In the words of the
agreement, this was done "as a
step in the direction of removing
duplication and of integrating
services to immigrants" Prior
to this agreement, a shelter serv-
ice was also operated by the
United Service for New Ameri-
cans which was to have been
transferred to NYANA, the local
branch of U.S.N.A. in New York.
. HIAS president Samuel A.
Telsey made it clear to Jewish
federations ana welfare funds
that his organization is financially
able to assume the costs entailed
in the additional responsibility .
He also made it clear to the Coun-
cil of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds that the HIAS
does not intend to go to the entire
country or to the New York com-
munity to ask for funds on
ground that it relieved
U.S.N.A. or the U.J.A. of
nancial obligation.
week ... In it one finds the finest
selection of Yiddish and Hebrew
folksongs, edited by Ruth Rubin
who devoted herself for years to
the study of Jewish folksongs oi
all times The piano settings
by Ruth Post offer the opportun-*
ity for every Jewish home
where there is a pianoto enjoy
the tunes Which our fathers and
forefathers enjoyed in Russia,
Poland. Rumania and which Israel
enjoys today Each song re-
flects the mood of the Jews at
certain periods in various coun- their parents.
tries The immortalization by
Schocken Books of these songs in
music and in English translation
is definitely a great contribution
to the perpetuation of a part of
Jewish culture which stood the
danger of remaining unknown to
American-born Jews The book
will also serve to bring European-
.born parents and their American-
born children closer together,
since the children will discover
the instinctive appeal which the
songs hadand still havefor
the
the
a fi-
JEW1SH TREASURES:
Everybody talks today'
DOMESTIC DEVELOPMENTS:
There is talk in New York that
James G. McDonald will become
chancellor of Brandeis University
after his resignation as U. S. am-
bassador to Israel next month .
The HIAS is now the only Jewish
agency providing temporary shel-
ter care for Jewish immigrants
settling in New York An
agreement to this effectreached
between the HIAS and the
NYANAhas just been made
of the
importance of Jewish education in
the United States, butlike the
famous proverb about the weather
nobody really does much about
it The greatest contribution
to Jewish cultural education of
American-born Jews who know
no other language but English is,
strangely enough, being made not
by any Jewish organization, but
by a private enterprise This
is the Schocken publishing house.
. Almost every book published
in this country by the Schocken
firm aims at acquainting the I
Jewish reader with
Jewish cultural treasures of the
past The Schocken books also
bring out in English the best in
Jewish literature and folklore j
published in Yiddish and in He- j
hrew Thev thus serve as the '
link between the culture created,
| by generations of Jews in various (
countries outside of the United |
States and the American Jewish
culture of out present generation. ,
. The latest addition to1
Schocken Booksand a most val-
uable oneis "A Treasury of
Jewish Folksongs," published this
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JEWS IN SPORTS
-.'....'.V.1 *.... IV!
DAVID NUSSBAUM
.' ; i n S s Mati break
nteredlinto I picture. I
Billy Talbert and
I re. Ted Sc hi n't getl
' ted Si fei Ml g 1S in.
. ,r the first 1 i c' h,m
tin : nten
t thirl
1 ticipal
!! : Dick i ith very sh irtly.
S i nd Vi Si S v itl and S art2
asked r
; mnd nto shape. up in doubles
It's mly a ing fairlj v .>ting
r>r t .'. of Her that in thi future these two may
r intercoll ti champion, break I the limelight as one of
Dick Savitt p ssibly Vic the better American combina-
---- tions. It's true that Savitt and
Schwartz fell in the national
doubles tennis championship
les before Harry Hopman.
44-year old non-playing captain
of the Australian Davis Cup team
iuvr Women Will
Hold Swim Party
A swim party featuring ac-
quatic contests and games will bo and"seymou"r Greenberg of Chi-
r^.'.'." Emmja a.-*--S cago. but these kids are young
and are on the way up and figure
I better as they learn to play
with each other. Flam beat
C Bush i i and Profes-
sional Women of B'nai B'rith on
Sunday evening, August 27. at
the Town and Bi Club, it has
iunced by Miriam Gold-
.an .1 the Plus.,h" i:.'. 1 necessary for
Schroeder twice this year on clay I
courts and possesses the strokes
arrangen ents committei
nounced that the p iol '.'.ill be
open to i: 7 to 10
p.m. and lockers and towels
t will be furnis A t ng M practices on the part
I Gold Paula H
>f clubs sponsoring these tourna-
ments. TI is discrimination has
t Di x (>i
in the
ijxoi
d an opi i in honor
voung man and their newly i
n-law,
M M mi Dixon, on j
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The Officers and Board Members of
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
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Announce the
Beginning of Seating Reservations for
THE HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES
Which will be held in the
BETH JACOB SYNAGOGUE AND THE
DAVID WHITMAN HALL
COMFORTABLY COOLED BY THE MOST MODERN
AIR-CONDITIONING INSTALLATION
* + *
RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF
w.ll preach during the services in both buildings
CANTOR LOUIS D. FEDER
will chant the services with the assistance of well known
Baalei Tefilla
and reserve your seats.
Selichoss Saturday. September 2nd a, Midnight
under way. Abe will shortly an-
nounce a very big trade which
opes will provide the Bruins
a scorer on a par with
Zaslofsky. In addition, his Har-
Globi trotters an coming in
lot o! atti they pre-
movie on the C
*
Gordon, husky, slugging
of the Boston
celebrated his thirty-
nd birthday the other day
its. The Braves
are v. ry much in the running for
National L 1 nnant and
1 diet that the
-man pitching staff of Sain,
Spall: and Bickford will carry
Beantown aggregation into
ithe loop title by pitching every
during the month of Sep-
teml 11.

Despite the fact that money has
br,n very slow in coming in,
members of the Maccabiah Com-
mittee are going ahead with plans
for shipping the United States
Jewish Olympic Team to Israel
the latter part of September.
a
Pending approval from City
College. Bobby Sand, assistant
basketball coach at that institu-
tion, has been appointed to
mastermind the team which it is
hoped will be sent to Israel.
Bobby will have as an associate
coach Martin L. Cohen, manager
of Local 105. and former presi-
dent of the Basketball Fraternity
I of New York City. Cohen has
been active in New York basket-
hall activities for several years.
Alter having played at the Uni-
v ol Delaware, he coached
[02 loam in New York
City and went ahead later to
handle the reins of the New York
Gothams in the American Lea-
gu<.
(,
Evidently the New York
kerbockers are beginning to
0 s w 24th. tional Basket
l 1 I Maurice
J.B.A. looked on
Max inked I is new contract.
RabbiS tein 's working day and
. ,nv l 'earn,
: "iily renan 1 d the Bruins in-
rui >1 they have be>
,.,_ known foi thi past four years,
of Miami Hebrew '-----~ -----
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big-time international play.
At ore time it was difficult
for Jewish tennis players to enter
tournaments due to various dis-
, .-'I, ( V.M>,VI.!:,I1I, 1 ,1 Li ill lie,..,----------------------------------------------
Inick, Evelyn bl0n broker, u recent years and
,n, Fauna Sprii ( tendency is to invite all play-
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t thi
Max Zasl ifsky, Chicago's fore-
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------- '. signed to a contract, as
Dixon Bar Mitzvah '
Dr. Arthur Stone
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IfRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1950
+Jenisti thiridltaijn
PAGE FIFTEEN
ICJFWF Begins Lung llangc Study Of
|Aii>
long-range survey of.
,. -i Jewish communal Ufe|studies in a number of Jewish
i initiated by
communities.
Mr Myers, who is serving as "^-J* >J""'"'a out. At this
-^f 8,rTF 1:53S..ST '" ra""Ji"K uut ils
Ijewish communities at the 1950_____________________
CJFWF General Assembly to:
1 Analyze the current status
and underlying principles of
Jewish community organization in
the United States and Canada-
its purposes, scope, structure and
functions.
2 Discern the direction in which
the organized Jewish communities
are moving.
3, More than 50 Jewish leaders
from both nations are participat-
ing in the work of the committee.
Jerome N. Curtis, Cleveland, and
Alan V. Lowenstein. Newark, are
serving as vice chairmen.
ssing the far-reaching im-
plications of the survey on Jewish
unity organization, Mr.
Myers p inted out that events
the past decade have
i great changes in Jewish
JWV Auxiliary to
Fete Vet Patients
Norman Bruce Brown Post of
the Jewish War Veterans Auxili-
ary will rjold a ward party at the
Pratt General Hospital, Coral
Gables, on Friday, August 25, at
7:30 p.m.
In addition to sponsoring bi-
monthly ward parties and games
nights, auxiliary members work
in the physical therapy and
surgical sections of the hospital
every week.
Women interested in joining the
organization are asked to contact
Mrs. Sid Home, president, at
87-8947.
Payment Of Estate
Made To Mt. Sinai
ment was recently ma
Mount Sinai Hospital of the bulk
of an estate bequeathed by two
who died together in the
crash of a Mexican airline
Septi mber 27. 1949. according to
Max Orovitz, president ol the in-
stitution.
Orovitz accepted payment on
behalf of the hospital. He said,
"This is the first substantial
legacy bequeathed to the hospital.
It will go into our general en-
dowment fund, the income from
which will help the hospital carry
on its free work."
A total of $171,371.19 was paid
out from the estates of Mrs. Perla
N. Graham and her sister, Eu-
genia E. Goldsmith, who had
lived at 4600 Pine Tree Drive,
Miami Beach. The balance, slight-
ly in excess of $30,000. will be
paid upon liquidation of the
estate, Orovitz said.
Mount Sinai Hospital was be-
queathed the bulk of the estates
of both sisters. They left 64'2
per cent to that organization. The
rest of their estates were left to
other philanthropic organizations.
both locally and in New York.
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FRIDAY. AUGUST 25, 1950
*Jewist fhirSdgaur,
PAGE SEVENTEEN
Jewish Groups Rap Letters To The Editor
U.S. Loan To Franco
NEW YORK. (JTA) Ten
major Jewish organizations this
week announed their opposition
to the proposed loan to Franco
Spain and warned that "far from
striking a blow against Commun-
ism, it will actually aid the
Communist propaganda cam-
paign."
In a joint statement sent to the
President, the Secretary of State,
the leaders of the major political
parties, and members of the
Senate-House Conference Com-
mittee, the Jewish organizations
charged that "the .government of
Spain is a totalitarian tyranny as
well as evil and anti-demcfcmtic
as the Communist dictatorship."
Organizations which signed the
statement were the American
Jewish Committee, American
Jewish Congress, Association of
Jewish Chaplains in the Armed
Forces. B'nai B'rith. Jewish Labor
Committee. Jewish War Veterans,
National Community Relations
Advisory Council, National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women, Synagogue
Council of America, and Union of
American Hebrew Congregations.
Declaring that "world Com-
munism is a deadly menace to
freedom and peace, which menace
must be resisted," the statement
said that "not all the self-styled
enemies of Communism are
friends of liberty."
"General Franco actively and
openly supported the forces that
for a time enslaved Europe and
sought to suppress civil liberties
and religious freedom," the state-
ment continued. "For America to
bolster financially this ruthless
dictator is to betray the faith
of those who died for liberty on
th battlefields of the world."
Thi organizations commenued
President Truman and the Secre-
tary of State for their "forthright
opposition to the proposed loan"
and deplored the "recent action
of the Senate in singlini'. cut the
Spanish povernment for preferen-
tial consideration outside the reg-
ular channels of the Export-
Import Bank."
Editor. Jewish Floridian,
Dear Sir:
On guard. Jews! The renegade,
the informer, the betrayer of "his"
people is in our midst. He calls
himself the Reverend Schmeel.
or other appropriate cognomen.
You wonder at that "reverend"
business. It is neither fish, nor
fowl, nor good red herring. The
rest of his announcement disarms
ycu. He is, we are informed, going
to deliver a lecture about the
Holy Land, having just returned
from Israel. This last makes
everything right again.
You attend the lecture. He
shows you pictures of his visit.
He is posed with political leaders
of Jews in the Land of Israel.
His words are interspersed with
Yiddish phrases, or a quotation
from the Bible, he rings in too
many "the Lords," until you per-
ceive you've a missionary to Jews
to deal with. The rascal is trying
to lead you away from God to
something else. You question him
"I believe in God, what do you
believe in?" and the Reverend
goes into a lony-winded disserta-
tion about "prophecy," so differ-
ent from the Oneness of our be-
lief, that you become confused,
so mystifying, you wonder if God
Himself could unravel the mys-
tery of what the fellow is
preaching.
Very trulv yours,
ROBERT HAVERMAN
Cantor Waldman Will
Lead Grossinger Rites
GROSSINGER. N. Y.Cantor
|l..bele Waldman will conduct the
High Holy Day services at the
Grossinger Hotel and Country
Club. He will bi' assisted by
'Samuel Sterner and his choir.
A rabbi will oversee the serv-
ices; and. as in past year, Meyer
Pesin. editor of the Jersey City,
N. J. "Jewish Si indard," will de-
liver the sermons.
Paris. August 11, 1950
Editor. The Jewish Floridian
Dear Sir:
While strolling along Avenue
Opera, I met Harry Simonhoff.
He presented me with the most
precious of gifts, a copy of The
Jewish Floridian. Yes, I must ad-
mit that reading your paper from
cover to cover made me very
happy. It was delightful to hear
about all my friends in Greater
Miami and West Palm Beach.
Please send me your paper to
Box 1222. West Palm Beach, as I
of September 1.
Yours
DAVID KATZ I
Tropical Women
To Fete Kids At
r.iiili.n Homo
Tropical Chapter of B'nai B'rith
Women will entertain the
dents of the National Children's
Cardiac Home at a party on Sun-
day, August 27. at the home, 4250
West Elagler St.
Highlight of the afternoon will
be a show presented bv the Elise
Ehrman Studio of Dance. Mrs.
Dave Klein will play the piano.
Mrs. Louis Wilson is chairman
of the affair. Her aides includes
the Mesdames Joe Wiener. Mur-
ray Silberman and Roy Levy.
Refreshments will' be provided
by Miami Home Milk.
Bowling Leader to Conier
With B'nai B'rith Council
Maurice .1. Marenberg of Toledo.
Ohio, founder and president of the
'ial B'nai B'rith Bowlin
sociation, will confer with repi -
sentatives of the B'nai
Council a! the Promenade Hotel
on Sunday evi 11111-. August 27.
according to an announcement by
C. R. Jacobson, council director.
Plans will he oul I r the
organization of new B'nai B
bowlin;; teams an.I for thi di -
velopment of inter-lodgi bowling
tournaments. The B'nai B'rith
Bowling Association now includes
more than 1600 lodg
membership exceeding 8.000.
Jewish Education Panel To Highlight
Sliolriii Lo program :,i observance of talk on the function of the Jewish
. in :
h will
; bj Shi ill Lodgi B'nai
!" ith .... 5,
at Con
El.
Hurwitz, Jew-
ish educi '. m oi the
lodgi i> pani i..... m the
subjei I "Is Omi Jewish \ ..11;
ed ioi Life?" will high-
light thi meeting
Lou :utive
01 of thi Bui I .!
Education. \. >-
quacj of Ji .' sh in our panel was
community. Mauri Gi ssman, timely in
center as it affects the youth
tment and Rabbi Max
ipiro will discuss the function
synagogue in supplying
: itual guidance to the youth of
lay.
Moderator for the panel will be
Rabbi Morris Skop.
The Sholem Lodge meeting date
has been placed forward one week
to September 5 because of the
holidays, it was explained by
David Stuzin, lodge program
chairman. The education month
considered especially
view of the current
the Mian ation of children by their
h Community Center, will parents in the community's
re-
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Formal presentation of a Medal of Merit is made lo Senator
Claude Pepper by national vice commander of Jewish War
Veterans, Hylan H. Kout, and Al Ossip, Commander of Miami
Beach Post, who is looking on. The Medal of Merit was awarded
Jo Senator Pepper at the 54th Annual Encarnnment of the Jewish
War Veterans at Miami Beach, Florida irT October, 1949, for
outstanding public service in furthering American unity and
security. Senator Pepper was out of the city at lime the Medal
was cast and ready for formal presentation.
Hirsch To Read
I in ;iu n Rainbow
The Sisterhood of the First
Jewish Congregation of Coral
Gables will present Sam Hirsch.
member of the University of Mi-
ami drama department staff, in a
reading of the successful Broad-
way musical satire, "Finian's
Rainbow." at the Beaumont Lec-
ture Hall (University of Miami
Main Campus) on Wednesday,
August 30. at 8:30 p.m.
Tickets may be secured by call-
ing Mrs. Arthur Borok at 83-4K69
or the university drama depart-
ment at 4-0801. All proceeds ari
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FRIDAY, AUGUST *,
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RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
,i- Mluvnh "' '-
I:. 11.1:1 im 11 l.'H
15 p in
(Liberal).
Temple israel (Reform). 137
N E 19th St. Dr. Joseph R. Narol.
Rabbi. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan.
Rabbi Emeritus.
Jewish Community center
(Conservative). 2020 Polk St..
Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Homg:
I
" T'Fereih israel Congregation o!
Miami (Orthodox). 4316 N.W. 7th
Avenue.
Huiurd ''

Congregation Kneseth Israel
(Traditional). 1415 Euclid Ave..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H.
Mtacha FYlda; I 0
...... Bhi Mlw
720 <2nd St Rabbi will
n .. ed
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Maaiiv at ,
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Congregation roung Israel (Or-
thodox). 4001 Chase Ave.. Miami
Beach.

1
Congregation Beth El (Ortho-
dox). 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi
Murray Grauer.
1

Congregation Bath Jacob (Or-
thodox). 301-311 Washington Ave.,
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff.
-
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Hebrew Academy. 918 61h St..
Miami Beach.


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Coral Gabies Jewish Centex
(Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop:
Cantor Joseph W. Malek; Steve
Kessler, organist. Palermo Ave.
near Le Jeune.
North Dade Jewish Centex
(Conservative). 13630 W. Dw
Highway. North Miami.
"
Norihsiae Jewish Center.
Douglas Gardens. NX. 2nd Ave.
and 53rd St.
.
Temple Isaiah (Reform). 1536
Bay Road. Miami Beach. Rabbi
Moshay P. Mann. Dr. Paul Beck,
cantor.
-' '' '
p.m. the rabbi -: ;>
at 1*11 Srrvire*
will be held In the Y patio
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W.
12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Berele Kelemer.
Pi idaj evei rig i
Saturda} morning
Mi und Mm Aaron Ulxon
followed by Mlnc-ha, Shalo* Sud
,1
a mi. and 1 P n Hi brew
from ation fo
!
Congregation betn Tfilah (Or-
thodox). 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami
Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovsky.

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(Will
Miami Beach Jewish commun-
ity Center (Conservative). 1701
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor
Jacob Y. Goldrino.

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o( Ml and
Daily w
Temple Betn bnoiom
4144 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach.
Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor
Samuel Kelemer.
N. W. Religious Congregation,
3681 N. W. 2nd St.
g, r, B I m,n* "' "
Israelite Center (Conservative)
3198 S.W. 24th Terr.
I : "' ''{
DaHj services at
"Flagler-Granada Jewish Cen-
ter. 175 S.W. 45th Ave.
a tuidaj 1 vi. .s al 9 a.m.
Congregation Beth uavid (Con-
servative). Coral Way and 26th
Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev.
Maurice Mamches.
,.-. d 0 ev. ng ervlcea a< 6-3-
Senlci lay """"",">., ,
Saturday evei ;rvl e a 8.3 pp.
Dally V';1 Mir"';
and Maarh 11 | IS p.m. < Uuwej in
a s.-im..i i a.m. i" ii""" M""-
tration
School a Sept
a.m.
North Shore Jewish Center
(Conservative). 7110 Bay Drive.
Miami Beach. Rabbi Philip Fried.
|.',ida: evenlm service* al 8:15.
\ i:..i. p led 1 '" 8l......ta>
Eitz Chaim Cong. (Orthodox),
Tides Hotel. Miami Beach. Rabbi
H. Horowitz.
|; ill n ol
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West Miami Jewish Center, 5720
S.W. 17th St. (Conservative)..
Rabbi Ezra Lifshitz.
U, iia, .,., UM- v\i'n i' anno meed
In September.
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Services will be held at our New Beth David Synagogue,
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ROSH HA SHONO SERVICES
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MAURICE MAMCHES
Cantor
LEON SHIFF
Choir Director


IY, AUGUST 25. 1950
vJewisii Fk,ridFiatr
p
\
ied Forces Seek
|ish Chaplains
r YORK, fJTA)A nation-
I i to recruit addi-
fjewish chaplains urgently
by ill branches of the
- launched this
Lythe Division of Religious
i. National Jewish
fe b I '' :in emergency
held at JWB national
-pj. jn immediate response to
l:. the Army. Navy
V k s, the JWB Division
igious Activities, represent-
ative. Orthodox
form wings of the rabbi-
as undertaken an intensive
are the additional
ins from among the various
ies of the American rabbi-
mnouncing the recruiting
|gn. Dr. Solomon B. Free-
iairman of the division,
,ie national rabbinical or-
.ions. working through the
[n of Religious Activities of
rational Jewish Welfare
will go all-out to make
lat the religious needs of
rish personnel in the armed
are met adequately. The
Ian Jewish community is
and ready to do every-
ithin its power to aid our
..lent to combat and over-
phose world forces which
ing to destroy the demo-
ay of life."
of the Division of
s Activities that launched
Irive was attended
.< i m all parts of the
untw nting the three
H',ibb:ii!c.il associations
enttiB "f American
abbfl I Assembly of
^^i .nical Council
. 11 as the As-
vish Chaplains in
Vorld War
Religious Actii-
ruiti 'I 311 Ji .%. in chap-
Person Sought
Information is being sought of
Nathan Kravetz on behalf of his
wife, Tillie, and their child.
Marion, with whom he has failed
to communicate or contribute I >-
ward their support since Novem-
ber, 1943. As a result of his
negligence. Iks dependents find
themselves in need of his assist-
ance, and Mrs. Kravetz is most
anxious t,, establish contact with
her husband to ascertain his
future plans and intentions to-
wards her and the children.
Kravetz. a native of Poland,
was born on April 18, 1906, is
5 ft. 3 in. tall, weighs 159 pounds,
has brown hair, hazel eyes,
worked as a cutter and operator
on mattresses.
Anyone aware of this man's
present whereabouts is requested
to communicate with the National
Desertion Bureau, 105 Nassau St.,
New York 7, N. Y.
PAGE NINETEEN
Rabbi. Cantor To Be
Guests On Program
Rabbi Morris Skop and Cantor
Joseph W. Malek wil be guests
on Jacob Schachter's Jewish
Musical Hour on Friday, August
25, at 1 p.m.
LEGAL NOTICE
f
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\i U'rith IMans
Show Wlte
completed for
fc id dance to be
the B'nai B'rith
ii eater Miami on
evening, September 17,
I Club Hotel, Miami
I sident George J.
nnounced that the
6U open to the mem-
Is of B'nai B'rith
ion charge and that
I of night-club acts
' nment is being
booths will be pro-
Ifi' enrollment of new
and there will be dis-
1 ating the service
of B'nai B'rith. Dancing
l; p.m. and continue
Bni;;ht w hen special prizes
1 led,
[eeting Scheduled
: Mizrachi Wom-
Wednesday, August
ngregation Beth
to an announce-
ie Pertes, presi-
I business meeting
i by a 'welcome
I ng which mem-
Play their favorite
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT of THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL I'IKCl'IT
OF FLORIDA, IN AMI FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No,
14-> i4.
HARRY KEEN AN, Plaintiff, vs.
MARY a. KEENAN, Defendant
Sl'IT FOR DIVORCE
TO: MARY A, KEENAN,
1540 88rd Street,
Jackson Heights,
Long [aland, New York
You are hereby notified thai a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce baa been
filed against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a ropy of your Answer
or Pleading t" the Bill of Complaint
on the plaintiffs Attorneys, Myers,
Helms n & Kaplan, 6.">0 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 6th da) ol September,
1950, II you fail to do so, judgment by
default iil be taken against you for
the relief demanded in the mil of
int.
This i itlce shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in The Jewish Florldlan.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 7ili day "f August, A.D.
1950.
B. B, LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By Wit. \\
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IV J5mBV PUBLICATION
,.'.,.' ll:i|'IT COURT OF THE
ELE) ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
^** &$
v, ,,.:'' 'R DIVORCK
1 ICELAND RYAN
'-.'', "halen Drug Company
New v ''' : SF" '-' Avenue
{J* york Ity, \. w Vork
of Comnl, '' ''-' ,h:':' Bill
,:',,
Vnsw
the CllrU Vi""".- In "'- "'
..for. ,1 ," '
1950 If V, ,15 '
' !' >"" fall to do bo luda-rnrnt h
dfault will be taken Salnsfy
faint "'""""' I" 'ho BUI of
..l?h'i'-.",':'i7 s.,,a" PW'hed once
each week for four consecutive weeks
i> v.. \'~h Florldlan
noMdl ;V>n ,,",'":IU-D Mi*'.
A.D.1950." '"" flaj '' -
.K \ leatherman. Clerk,
irtr ,!';V ",,r'- ""' County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By W.M. W. STOCKING,
JACK BLOCK DePU,y Cl"k
846 Seybold Building
Miami 32, Florida
ftwsvs p,ain"ff
iv- tuJIC^BY PUBLICATION-------
INT.-.T^U LR?r,T <-OL-KT OK THE
Kl.l-A KNTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
LS-AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
134750 ~ <'HANCKItY, No!
RTS.JIirP^BJi Ptotatlff. vs.
SAM! EL POZIN, Defendant.
To: SAMUEL POZIN,
4S Seventh Avenue,
Passalc, New Jersey
, Ym',V \l{l;:. m:i!l:l;v NOTIFIED that
a Hill of (omplaint for Divorce has
been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
answer or pleading to the Bill of Com-
plaint on the plaintiffs attorneys,
Myers, Ileinian & Kaplan. .-,u Seybold
Building, Miami. Florida, and file the
original answer or pleading in the
Office of the Clerk i.f the Circuit
Court on or before the loth das of
Sept,-nil,,:-. 1950. [f you fall to do BO,
juagment bs defi uli III taken
against you for the relief demanded
In the BUI of Complaint,
This notice shall be published once
each week lor four consei .'
in The Jewish Florldlan.
I lone and I Irdei ,i al Miami, Floi Ida,
this 15th day of August, 1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, I
Dade County, blorlda,
(Circuit Court Si i i
By \VM. w. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
MYERS, HEIMAN .\ KAPLAN
6! 0 Si i bold Building
-Miami, Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
8/ 18-25 9/1-8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undei Bigned,
! i Ho- fl me of
MILDREDS SH< IP al
Street. state ol I
Intend to register Bald name with the
Clerk of the Cli i of Dad)
!. SHERIDAN
BEN STAREN
JACK V ABBl ITT
'.
8 11-18-15 9 1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
M rTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ih.it

Ml i-MAC STl IRES al I ; !:- I
iti d
with the Clerk i ..lat 0f
I 'ade fount) Florida.
MURRAY SLATER
MAX RUDEN
Co-Partners
8/11-18-25
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name "f
f.u.suiess Press A: Lett,:- Service at
.:'n N W. J7th street, Miami. Florida.
intends to register said name w 11,
the Clerk of th.- Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
THEODORE I. SEGAL
8/11-18-25 1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name {
RANCH HOUSE at 5401 N.W. 7th
Ave., Miami, intends to register said
name with the clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Cunty. Florida.
HA LCD, INC.
ELI BREGER
Attorney for applicant
L'.l'i Lincoln Road
8/4-11-18-25
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN rHK CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF l'l.. iRIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
c.'.,'1;^'I V. IN CHANCERY, No.
ABEDNIOO B SEYMOUR, Plaintiff,
VS. JLST1NA SEYMOUR, Del
BUI >lVORCE
TO: Jul mr,
Can No. 4.
: \\ Street
New ^. k i "Ity, N. Y.
^' : that a mu
' ce lias .. .
filed igalnsl ... ,|
Ai Bwer or
Pli iding to the Bill ol on
ntiffa Vttoi nej k \ /.
,LER ew (TLBREATH 17-i l-8e) -
bold Blrtg Miami, Florida.
i in l
f the Cli rii.- i 'Ircult C
before the 51 f Septi
you fall to do so, Judgment
by default will tak.-ii against j >u
for the anded in the BUI
of Complal
Th shall be published oi
wei k ;..... itlve wei
In 'I'll. Jewish Florldlan.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 1 til <\n\ ol August, A.D,
IT'".".
E. B. LEATHERMAN, I'lerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida,
'Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE,
Deputy cierk,
KATZ, FULLER A CULIJREATH,
547-58 Seybold Building,
Miami, Florida,
Attorneys for Plaintiff
8/11-18-25 : i
MYERS, HEIMAN *i
850 Seybold Building,
Miami. Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
8/11-18-25 9/1
STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk,
KAPLAN,
h-Luncheon Slated
Chapter of the National
I- Cardiac Home will
I1. -luncheon on Wed-
[August 30, at 12:30 p.m.
(Vanderbilt) Restaur-
Hi'fd Oboler is chairman
it. Reservations mav be
J calling Mrs. Murray
|r Mrs. Jack Hoss.
MENTION
TTORNEYS!
|lewish Florldlan o-
Yotir legal notices.
PPrecicrte your
Pnage and guarcm-
Vccurcrte service at
lrates. Phone 2-1141
nessenger service.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR HAUL COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PItollATE. No.
24483.
In Re: ESTATE OF
LOUIS minsk, i.....eased.
To All Creditors .aui ah Persons. Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
said Estate:
You. and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any i
claims and demands uhieh you, or
either of you, may nave against the
estate of LOUIS MINSK", deceased,
late of Miami, bade County, Florida,
to the Hon. W. F. Blanton, County
.indue of Dade County, and file the
same in his office in the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
uithin eight calendar months from
the date f the first publication here-
of, Said claims or demands to contain
the legal address T'i be sworn to and presented sp al.....-
said, or same will !" barred. See
s. i-tlon 120 "f the 1933 Probate Act.
Date Aug isl 18, A.D. 1950.
ABBIE MINSK.
A- EXe ill ll "f the Last Will and .
Testament of LOUIS MINSK. I
Deceased.
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Executi i.\
8 '23 9 l-8-15
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C1RCI IT
ill-' FLORIDA. IN AND unit DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
134737.
MARION MACPHERSON, Plaintiff,
\s ROBERT C. MACPHERSON,
I I. lend.,lit.
To: ROBERT C. MACPHERSON
^ Murdock Road,
East Rockaway,
Long; Island, New Y"i k
You are required t" serve s copy of
your answer to the Kill of Complaint
for Divorce on the plaintiffs attorney,
and to file the original answer in the
offiee of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on "i before the uth day of
Sept., A.D. I960; otherwise, the BUI
of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore
filed herein, will he taken as con-
fessed by you.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this the
it day of Aug., I'.'io.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: C. R. WILSON,
Deputy Clerk.
Name and Address "f
Plaintiff's Solicitor:
Ml l.Ton a. FRIEDMAN
1028 Seybold Bldg.,
Miami. Florida,
- 18-25 9 1-8
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT op THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
134635.
CEIL shay. Plaintiff, vs.
MILTON shay. Defendant.
SUIT U' ii: I >1V' iRCE
TO: MILTON SHAY,
c/o Lauri ntry Club,
Sackett l.
New York.
jYou, MILTON shay, are hereby
notified that a Bill of Complain) I
| l ilvorce has been ted. againsl
>r Pleading to
BUI of Complaint on the pi
Milton A. Friedman, l"::::
Sej bold Bldg., Mian I, Fl rid
file the original Answer ..i Pleading
in the offli ,,f the of thi
Circuit Coui i on oi bi fi i e the 8 ds
of Hep) : fail to do
-". iudgmi nt by default will be taki n
againsl you for the rellel demanded
In the BUI "f Complaint.
This notice shall i- published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in The Ji wish Flm-i'l
DONE AND ORDERED Hi Miami.
Florida, this 9 dm of August, A.D.
1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit '"in t. i lade Co inty, Florida
(Circuit Court Si i
By wm. w. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
1028 Seybold Bldg.
Miami, Florida
Attorney f,,r Plaintiff
8 11-18-25 B 1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
th- undersigned, desiring to engagi .:i
business under th.- fictitious name of
Mark Construction Co. at 920 Jeffi rson
Av.nue. Miami Beach, Florida, intends
t', registei said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of bade County,
Florida.
LEo MARK
Sole Owner
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicant
l Building
s 11-ls-j:, 1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
: ^ i_. in
bus n. .. undei the fictitious n
SANS SOUCI ESTATES
Olympla Building, Miami. Florid
' nds to : said na me
Clerk of thi C Court of Dade
Count>, Fl<
BISCAYNE B( lULEVARD
ESTATES, INC.
-
AMOS BENJAMIN
Boul I
Estates, Ii
N 11-1- .'. '1
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT,
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.No.
20448.
RIO: ESTATE OF
ALTON REYNOLDS DILLARD,
i lei eased.
NOTICE is hereby given that 1
have filed my final report and peti-
tion for Final Discharge as Adminis-
tratrix of the estate of Alton Reynolds
Dillaid, de,eased; ami that on the
2ist day of September, 1950, I will
apply to the Honorable w. F, Blanton,
County Judge <>f Dade County. Flor-
ida, for approval of said final report
and for final discharge as Adminis-
tratrix of the Estate of Alton Ray-
'Ids Ulllard. deceased.
This 17th dav of August, Ift.'.O.
KL.MIRE ROBICHAUD DILLARD,
Administratrix.
MORTON ROTHENBHRG
420 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach. Kin.
Attorney for Administratrix
8/2.1 9/1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to encage In
business under the fictitious name of
Palmer Letter Service al 121 N.E, 1st
Ave., Miami, Intends to reclster said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
JOSEPH KAUFMAN
Owner
FREDERICK 8. CROSSBERG
Attorney for Applicant
8/11-18-25 9/1
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
Fl R I 'Al >E I 'I M N'I'Y, FL" IRIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 13472S
in iris E. i I'Ci >NN< iR, Pa Intiff. vs.
WALTER 11. ocoNNoR, Di
ant.
TO: WALTER II. O'CONNOR
r.:., WEST LEXINGTi >N DRIVE
GLENI 'A I.E. CALIFIIRNIA
Yol ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to
serve a copy of your Answer t< the
BUI of Complaint for Dlvon......i the
Plaintiff's Attorney and to file the
original Answer in the office of the
Clerk "f the circuit Court cm or before
the Dili day of September, \:-^'\ other-
wise the Rill of Complaint heretofore
filed lorein will be taken as con-
fessed by you.
DATED at Miami, Florida, the llth
day of August, 1950.
E. H. LEATHERMAN,
cierk of the circuit Court,
I Mile County Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
liy WM. W. STOCK INC.
Deputy Clerk.
Name and Address of
Plaintiffs Solicitor:
NORMAN R. LYONS
914 I nt mpia Building
Miami, Florida.
B 18-28 I 1-S
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious nan.....f
Snow Man Hcverases and also South-
ern Beverages at 2".V> N.W. 7th
Avenue, Miami. Florida, intend t<>
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of I'ade County,
Florida.
SAMUEL BLANK
BEATRICE BLANK
MARION FREHL1NQ
ROSE KRAMER
JACK MILLER
DAVID BLANK
MICHAEL BLANK
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants
8/1S-25 9/1-8
NOTICE TO APPEAR OR
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT court OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN CHANCERY, No,
134627.
RALPH T. POWELL and HILDA
POWELL, his wife. Plaintiffs, vs.
WILLIAM A. QARLICK and LYDIA
B, QARLICK, his wife. Lefendants.
TO: WILLIAM A GARLlCK and
LYI d.\ i: QARLH 'K. his wife
Wapplnger Falls, Duchess County,
New York
ALL PERSONS HAVING OR
CLAIMING: To HAVE ANY" IN-
TEREST IN THE FOLLOWING
LAND:
Lot 16 of BI ENQLEWOl ID. i
a Subdivision according to the Plat
thereof, i......rded In Plnl Book 7.
page 38 of the Public Records of
i mile 'ounty, Florida.
Yol'. AND EACH OF YOU, are
hi i bj notified thai a sull has been
against you bv RALPH T.
POWELL it,.I nil DA POWELL, his
wife, to quiet the title of the plaintiffs
and to temove certain clouds from
the said title to the land herelnabove
described, which are In Dade County.
i' rldi nnd you are hereby required
to tile your appearance In this suit on
or before the Sth da) of September,
1950, otherwise the allegations of the
hill of complaint in said BUlt will be
taken as confessed l>v you.
Dated, this iii day ol August, 1950.
E B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Sea!)
By M. c FEIGE,
Deputy Cli i k
MAX R, SILVER
Attorney for Plaintiffs
922 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
8/11-18-2:, 9/1
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
i '!' I'l.' IRIDA, IN AM l"i IR I lADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
134575.
FLORENCE LUCHESRE, Plaintiff, vs.
FRANK LUCHESSE. Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I'l'o: FRANK LUCHESSE
208 East 115th Street
N< w "i ork, New York
You are hereby notified that a BUI
of complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are required
to serve a copy of your Answer !
Pleading to the BUI of Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attorneys, WASMAN,
WEINKLE & KESSLER, 346 Seybold
Btiildintr. Miami. Florida, and file the
rial Answer Pleading in the
office of the clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the Sth day of
September, 1950, If you fall to do so,
Judgment by default will l- taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
Tins notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in The Jewish Florldlan.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 7 day of August. A.D.
1950,
!:. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
It I 'nt. Dade County, Florida.
(CirCUlt Cent Se.cll
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy cierk.
WASMAN. WEINKLE & KESSLER
846 Seybold Building
I, Eh., id.,
Attorneys for Plaintiff
v 11-18-23 '.' 1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
.\ii- Employment Service .ct 127 N.E.
1st Ave.. Miami, Intends to reaister
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of l'.\A.- County, Florida.
s'AM OREENBERd
Sole owner
1/4-11-18-25
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice Is hereby given that the
undersigned desires to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SUGAR Bowl
at 201 S.W. sth Ave Miami. Fla.
.IE AN HERMAN.
Sole Owner
MANFRED J. BERLINER, ESQ.,
311 Lincoln Road,
Miami B. ich, Fla.
8/11-18-25 9/
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned,
untie r the fictitious name of
PEEK >K i iii ii s W 3rd Sti t,
Miami, Florida, to n ulster
said nan i h the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of I iade County, F
LEO SHA1N
GEORGE .1 TALIANl IFF, ESQ.
120 Lin.....t Road
Miami Bench, Florida
Attorney for Applicant
8 18-25 B 1-8
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE county,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No.
134471.
CHARLES SHAPIRO. Plaintiff, vs.
SADIE SHAPIRO. Defendant.
To: SADIE SHAPIRO
e/o Mrs. Abraham 1'iasman
283 East I7lst Street
Bronx, New York
You, SADIE SHAPIRO, are herehv
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you,
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Rill of Complaint on the plaintiff -
attorneys, (i.-net & Genet, 420 Lincoln
Road. Miami Beach. Florida, and file
the original Answer or Pleading In
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 4th dav of
September, 1950, If you fall to do so,
judgment by default will he taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Bill ol Complaint.
PONE and ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 1 dav of August, 1950
E. R. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County,
Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
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vJenistFhridisr
FRIDAY, AUGUST B
mn
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Off fhe Record
Bv NATHAN ZIPRIN
congregation
Political Notes .
Ih,' question of a successor to
James G. McDonald as our am-
bassador to Israel is receiving
much attention in Washington
these davs. There is a coterie in
the State Department that would
like to see the portfolio handed
t,> career diplomat of pro-Arab
oi entation. However, informed
Washington circles believes Bart-
lev Crum is getting top consider-
ation for the post. In tact it is
no longer a secret he was con-
sidered !"i the appointment soon
after U.S. recognition of Israel.
His friendship for Israel has been
mnd and consistent. Two
brilliant young Jews whose
names are frequently mentioned
connection with our global
omatic efforts have been SUg-
foi the post but official
dngton considers it inadvis-
to give the appointment to
i Jev ..t this tin;.' Tin Ko
flict has given the A:
notl ei ai : .:.
Israel ;md they intend
: :t at the Septemb
the I'N General Assi
\: ib League leaders now n eet-
ii di ia are ostensibly
, cu the Korean situation
ictually they are mapping
i ategj for the forth-
Assembly mei ting. Tl eir
U.S poli
. n the hope ol I ring able
... A:: rica
ji : isali m issue They i x-
ng the ii ssion as a
b ird for a diplomatic of-
igainst Israel. They will
. -ii !: dea\ 01 to so, ine UN
ognition ol the Arab League
. ., Middle Eastern regional bloc
. ("in nnt rumors that
urn Weizmann and Pn
Ben Gurion may come to the U.S.
early this fall are just rumors
. With Senator Lehman a cer-
. andidate for reeled.
not seem likely that the
> icratic party in New York
will run another Jew lor high
office. Party leaders however are
.-aid to favor Congressman Abra-
J. Multer as running mate
to their gubernatorial candidate.'
i-.'.'.Hi
The Price of Absentmindedness
It happened in a Tel Aviv
synagogue. While the congre-
gants were busy praying they
suddenly heard sweet chanting
from a stranger in their midst.
Since American tourists are no
longer looked at with curiosity
in Israel, the worshippers paid
little attention to the man who
1 had come to join them in prayer.
1 However, since Jews have no
peers in recognizing a good
chazan when they come across
one. it did not take long before
the stranger admitted that he
was Jan Peerce. the noted Amer-
ican-Jewish singer of Metropoli-
tan Opera fame. Before long the
I WANT MY MILK
Estab.
1924
entire congregation besieged,
Peerce with pleas that he con-
duct part of the service. ^eldir.S
to the supplications, he chanted
many number from his cantonal
repertoire. When he was asked'
later how he had come to change
his name from Pearlmutter to I
Peerce. he replied that he had
first found the answer to the
question in Israel. When he
originally changed his name he
would tell inquiring friends that
it did not matter what name he
used as long as he remained a!
good Jew and was giving his
children a good Jewish educa-
tion. 'But now that I see how
Jews in Israel are changing their
names." he went on laughingly,
I realize that I intuitively anti-
cipated a Jewish development."
Political Prophet
Louis H. Bean, who attracted
nationwide attention and fame in
1948 as the only forecaster of
Truman's election, is about to
publish a book called "The
Mid-Term Battle." The volume
will be of great interest to all
who are following poitical trends.
What few people know, or |
forgotten, is that Bean Ii
Lithuanian-born Jew. His nJ
came to the states during)
great early 20th century WJ
Jewish immigration from Eurt
They fled Russian progromjl
1904 and settled in New HaJ
shire. Young Bean was
i years old. Now economic ad?
p to the Department of Aen
iture, Bean was first brougfo
that department by Henry i
lace when he was Secretan
Agriculture.
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IPAGE TWENTY vJenistFhridisr FRIDAY, AUGUST B mn m^'-.imn,!J pmgaaEgaaBBBSP Off fhe Record • Bv NATHAN ZIPRIN congregation Political Notes Ih,' question of a successor to James G. McDonald as our ambassador to Israel is receiving much attention in Washington these davs. There is a coterie in the State Department that would like to see the portfolio handed t,> career diplomat of pro-Arab oi entation. However, informed Washington circles believes Bartlev Crum is getting top consideration for the post. In tact it is no longer a secret he was considered !"i the appointment soon after U.S. recognition of Israel. His friendship for Israel has been mnd and consistent. Two brilliant young Jews whose names are frequently mentioned connection with our global omatic efforts have been SUgfoi the post but official dngton considers it inadvisto give the appointment to i Jev ..t this tin;.' • • Tin Ko flict has given the A: • %  notl ei ai : .:. %  %  Israel ;md they intend : :t at the Septemb the I'N General Assi \: ib League leaders now n eetII di ia are ostensibly cu the Korean situation ictually they are mapping i ategj for the forthAssembly mei ting. Tl eir U.S poli n the hope ol I ring able %  ... A:: rica %  %  ji : isali m issue They i xng the ii ssion as a b ird for a diplomatic ofigainst Israel. They will -II %  : dea\ 01 to so, ine UN ognition ol the Arab League ., Middle Eastern regional bloc ("in nnt rumors that urn Weizmann and Pn Ben Gurion may come to the U.S. early this fall are just rumors With Senator Lehman a cer. andidate for reeled. not seem likely that the > %  icratic party in New York will run another Jew lor high office. Party leaders however are .-aid to favor Congressman AbraJ. Multer as running mate to their gubernatorial candidate.' i-.'.'.Hi The Price of Absentmindedness It happened in a Tel Aviv synagogue. While the congregants were busy praying they suddenly heard sweet chanting from a stranger in their midst. Since American tourists are no longer looked at with curiosity in Israel, the worshippers paid little attention to the man who 1 had come to join them in prayer. 1 However, since Jews have no peers in recognizing a good chazan when they come across one. it did not take long before the stranger admitted that he was Jan Peerce. the noted American-Jewish singer of Metropolitan Opera fame. Before long the I WANT MY MILK Estab. 1924 entire congregation besieged, Peerce with pleas that he conduct part of the service. ^eldir.S to the supplications, he chanted many number from his cantonal repertoire. When he was asked' later how he had come to change his name from Pearlmutter to I Peerce. he replied that he had first found the answer to the question in Israel. When he originally changed his name he would tell inquiring friends that it did not matter what name he used as long as he remained a! good Jew and was giving his children a good Jewish education. 'But now that I see how Jews in Israel are changing their names." he went on laughingly, ••I realize that I intuitively anticipated a Jewish development." Political Prophet Louis H. Bean, who attracted nationwide attention and fame in 1948 as the only forecaster of Truman's election, is about to publish a book called "The Mid-Term Battle." The volume will be of great interest to all who are following poitical trends. What few people know, or | forgotten, is that Bean Ii Lithuanian-born Jew. 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PAGE FOUR vJewlst fir rid/ton FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, EDITORIAL Israel Needs Oil Produetion A great part of the history of the British mandate in Israel was written in oil, if we may use the metaphor. The pipeline to Haifa was one of the main reasons for Britain to stay in Palestine as long as she did. The strategic and commercial value of the Haifa refineries helped Britain to secure her position in fhe Mediterranean before end during the last war. When the state of Israel came info being, Iraq stopped the flow of oil, and the Haifa refineries became idle and worthless. The Israeli government now has taken the • ative to revive the production and refinement cf oil. After an agreement had been reached with the British owners of the Haifa refineries to resume work within a few months, Israel has invited an American oil combine to do research in Israel in order to find ou ler oil wells can be drilled in the Negev an regions. For I c i : : countries oil is a vital necessity : consumption as well as American experts are able to repoi tuation, a new chapter itate may be written. Sign sea that if oil is will remain property of the state. While Israel • to cooperate with private com] itation cf oil, she is not • 3 sell out tn them. Modern history has the only attitude which a selfrespecting country can adopt. The example of :o and some South American countries shows expanding oil companies have a tendency of trying to dominate weaker states. Israel is determined to forestall any future trouble. We k the American oil firms will agree that this is c wise policy. How the Arabs will react to oil production in HELP, MR. FIREMAN! Israel remains to be seen. They certainly will consider it an economic threat to their own oil business. But this is a later worry, since years will pass until the whole project becomes reality. Fruit Ot Error Some weeks ago, reacting to a blatantly Semitic feature in the Chicago Tribune w ^ that the private apology extended by the pu^ij ers to Jewish defense agencies was one with teeth precisely because it was not gi ven J" same wide publicity as the calumny. While it is not our intention to revive an issue, we would be remiss if we failed to cornrn • now on the fruit of that error in view of J? happened recently at a Los Angele* rally J Gerald L. K. Smith's henchmen. Addressing V followers and the lunatic-fringe elements J! came to hear him, the notorious rabbis rous and anti-Semite Gerald L. K. Smith told his aul ence that Jews were running the United Stat and, by way of buttressing his idiotic charge, he echoed the Chicago Tribune slur about a secrt Jewish government within the government of ft. United States. We realize that Smith has enough pet incite, ment phrases of his own without having to resort to other sources. However, the devil simply mus quote script, and Smith must have been gunL with delight when he guoted the Chicaqc Tribune scrip;. Of course, he did not tell his listeners that the Chicago sheet apoloqized and made a ;e. traction. But that could hardly have been expected of him when the Tribune itself failed to make that fact known to its own readers and when the Jewish bodies that negotiated with the pang agreed to accept a hush-hush apology for the loudest and one of the vilest anti-Jewish pieces ever to appear in a large American newspaper. Capitol Spotlight By MILTON FRIEDMAN WASHINGTON — A dynamic .' %  vish congressman, jacoo ^ I n ment i as a likely an li : • : \ nsider %  %  %  that he may get .... • %  V : 1 :.:• %  :. • tituency. t st Sidi ngton • Col imUnh •. His t Eisei ntly J' my • • ... 5 some! Four! %  1946 J -. I I H< %  : %  ........ %  1 1 w rids' 1 tes! • Iment : I An • nvisi ned in E pea: ttos It was fromsu nts came 1 Ami Jaw.father itade pants on the lower East Side. His mother helped support the family by :ng toys from a pushcart. Javits' troduction I %  tics came at an : early age when his father rose' k< • Tami representative f three shabbv ti -v ment buildings. Thi • %  istodial duties nt ver 21, A p %  -•• % %  %  • t-app 875 a turned ..... ,,._ 5S to him. In 1924 clerk in his brothei In 192, :., ;>.,... .,,.. and joined Benjamin in law practicein the firm of Javits & Javits. By 1940 Javits was know l ,,n"g backer of the late Fiorello LaGuardia. | In 1941 Javits happened to meet' the deputy chief of the Army 1 Chemical Warfare Service at a! dinner party in Washington. The I general complained that the Army was having trouble getting a cer' tain paper filter for gas masks. happens that Javis & Javits represents the National Paper The next day made connection through n, pulled t)ic apnd obtained for %  filters he could The grateful general 1 a dollar-a-year man. By the time Javits was commissioned in the Chemical Warfare well-known in m that five generals attended the induct. emony. He rose to the grade of lieutenant 5 the end of World War I present a full colonel ve. S n Javits an ved in old-line R. : : '• % % %  %  they had a hi retic in me out in favor a 0 P.A. and ag tin I : ."." ; %  iati n : Manufai turers. a Republicans wanted to kill %  %  ils, Ja\ its %  ted I retain strong controls. Administra 'Fail Deal" advocates have often said they could always count on h:: vote on any al issue. Javits' liberal leanings are such that he takes pains to list himself as a "RepubhcanLiberal." By 1948 Javits' populantv was great enough for him to I Paul O'Dwyer the ex-mapor's brother. O'Dwyer, with strong support, had attempted to win the twenty-first district. Javits is known to be a fighter W he found that German fi•' %  '' %  • : • • %  .' %  1 n rig. preferential to girls from F and othi mti to act. To ii ; n bill. II : 100 to 1 anted, Javits explained the tual n to a numtx f Sena! Senate when .1 measure containing his pted in final version of the bill: Javits went to Europe in 1947 with three other Congressmen on a fact-finding mission. Their travels brought them to Warsaw Hoping to demonstrate American good-will, they joined with peasants laboring to remove debris from the battered streets. Javits and his colleagues took up shovels and fllled a whole truck with rubble. Javits' mother was born in Palestine-a fact which may be Coniv.sttion* From Zionists Sou^lii TEL AVIV. (JTA) — Jewish Communists in Rumania are seeking to compel arrested Zionist leaders to "confess" that they have conducted espionage activities on behalf of the United States as well as sabotage against Rumania's economic system, it was reported here by Hador. organ of the Israel Labor Party. The report sa'y that apparently only five or Six of the arrested 45 Zionist leaders will be put on trial, after those "prepared" to admit their "guilt" are chosen. Some of the leaders, arrested on July 11. have been released after being "worked up" to a point where they allegedly agree to testify against the other Zionist leaders who are still detained. Hador reports, adding that "Bucharest is filled with rumors to this effect." The Israel labor paper also reports that Jews in Rumania today • %  in greater anxiety "than during the Nazi days." They are afraid to confide in one another and speak in whispers. "Continued ssive methods may lead to a larger proportion of suicides among Jews in Rumania, the al proportion having been exceeded even at present," the : t .-ays. The wearing of pendants as jewelry is derived from the primitive practice of wearing wild-animal teeth, stones, or shells around the neck with mag: :cal intent, according to the En, cyclopaedia Britannica. responsible for his vital in Zionism. Immediate!v after his election to Congress, he Palestine, at his own exstudy conditions there. •*'" hosen to christen the first vessel to the flag of the Israel-America Line. Since 1 or the stat. hi pment of diplomati en the U.S. and .' %  % %  ', s f State Achesoi I ting devious treatment. Much of h s L: winter was taken up with the Neai Eastern arms • %  to insure Israel :;. ?'! hance o buy arms are well-known. A deep interest in Jewish life is indicated by his family rife He was married in 1947 to Marion Ann Boms of Detroit. Thev have a boy and a girl. The boy is named Joshua %  after the late Rabbi Joshua Loth Licbman. Javits also nf.L T me '?. s .! rve as a tru stee of the Jewish Memorial Hospital and as an overseer of the Jewish Theological Seminary. IX'IHT.-II Zionists I nlni-s<> Israel Government TEL AVIV. (JTA)—Support of the present government of Israel was pledged here this week by the General Zionist Party j despite its opposition to the government's economic policies. At the same time the Herut Party. I which is composed of former members and followers of the Irgun Zvai Leufi, issued a call to its membership to be ready "to take over the country's administration in the near future." "The Herut will extend its hand to all bodies and parties concerned with the welfare of Israel. in order to bring about the liberation of the country from the I pi esent regime." Menachem j Bcigin. leader of the Herut Party, I declared. He invited other minority parties in Israel "to rally around the Herut for planning tlie preparation of a new regime" in the Jewish state. j Dr. Perctz Bernstein, leader of [the General Zionist Party, addressing a meeting here, emphasized that General Zionists will continue to "struggle for attainment of their objectives, without precipitating the government's resignation." He added that the "present economic crisis, —which culminated in the unplanned clothing rationing ordinance—is due chiefly to a shortage of foreign capital investments, for which urgent corrective action is necessary." The Israel Labor Party, which is predominant in the present government, elected a central executive committee of 131 persons including all of its members in the Cabinet, the parliament and the Jewish Agency executive. The newly-elected executive of the will hold its first meeting •' which it will map plans for strengthening the posiI tion if the present government • and for increasing the productivi1 the country. UN Creat Two Years *51_ ~ FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telephones 2-1141-2-8212 Volume 23 Number 34 FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1950 ELUL 12, 5710



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IY, AUGUST 25. 1950 vJewisii Fk,ridFiatr P \ ied Forces Seek |ish Chaplains %  r YORK, fJTA)—A nationI i to recruit addifjewish chaplains urgently by ill branches of the launched this Lythe Division of Religious i. National Jewish fe B I %  '' :in emergency held at JWB national -pj. jn immediate response to l : the Army. Navy V K s, the JWB Division igious Activities, representative. Orthodox form wings of the rabbia s undertaken an intensive are the additional ins from among the various ies of the American rabbimnouncing the recruiting |gn. Dr. Solomon B. Freeiairman of the division, ,ie national rabbinical or.ions. working through the [n of Religious Activities of rational Jewish Welfare will go all-out to make lat the religious needs of rish personnel in the armed are met adequately. The Ian Jewish community is and ready to do everyithin its power to aid our ..lent to combat and overphose world forces which ing to destroy the demoay of life." of the Division of s Activities that launched Irive was attended .< i m all parts of the untw %  nting the three H',ibb:ii!c.il associations — enttiB "f American abbfl I Assembly of ^^i .nical Council • 11 as the Asvish Chaplains in Vorld War Religious Actiiruiti 'I 311 Ji .%. in chapPerson Sought Information is being sought of Nathan Kravetz on behalf of his wife, Tillie, and their child. Marion, with whom he has failed to communicate or contribute I >ward their support since November, 1943. As a result of his negligence. IKS dependents find themselves in need of his assistance, and Mrs. Kravetz is most anxious t,, establish contact with her husband to ascertain his future plans and intentions towards her and the children. Kravetz. a native of Poland, was born on April 18, 1906, is 5 ft. 3 in. tall, weighs 159 pounds, has brown hair, hazel eyes, worked as a cutter and operator on mattresses. Anyone aware of this man's present whereabouts is requested to communicate with the National Desertion Bureau, 105 Nassau St., New York 7, N. Y. PAGE NINETEEN Rabbi. Cantor To Be Guests On Program Rabbi Morris Skop and Cantor Joseph W. Malek wil be guests on Jacob Schachter's Jewish Musical Hour on Friday, August 25, at 1 p.m. LEGAL NOTICE f 1 \i U'rith IMans Show Wlte completed for fc id dance to be the B'nai B'rith ii eater Miami on evening, September 17, I Club Hotel, Miami I sident George J. nnounced that the 6U open to the memIs of B'nai B'rith ion charge and that I of night-club acts '• nment is being booths will be proIfi' enrollment of new and there will be dis1 ating the service of B'nai B'rith. Dancing l ; p.m. and continue Bni;;ht w hen special prizes 1 led, [eeting Scheduled : Mizrachi WomWednesday, August ngregation Beth to an announceie Pertes, presiI business meeting i by a '•welcome I ng which memPlay their favorite NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL I'IKCl'IT OF FLORIDA, IN AMI FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No, 14-> i4. HARRY KEEN AN, Plaintiff, vs. MARY A. KEENAN, Defendant Sl'IT FOR DIVORCE TO: MARY A, KEENAN, 1540 88rd Street, Jackson Heights, Long [aland, New York You are hereby notified thai a Bill of Complaint for Divorce baa been filed against you, and you are required to serve a ropy of your Answer or Pleading t" the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorneys, Myers, Helms n & Kaplan, 6.">0 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 6th da) ol September, 1950, II you fail to do so, judgment by default iil be taken against you for the relief demanded in the mil of int. This i itlce shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in The Jewish Florldlan. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 7ili day "f August, A.D. 1950. B. B, LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By Wit. \\ LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE IV !" 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To: SAMUEL POZIN, 4S Seventh Avenue, Passalc, New Jersey Y m',V \ l{l ; : m:i!l:l;v NOTIFIED that a Hill of (omplaint 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 plaintiffs attorneys, Myers, Ileinian & Kaplan. .-,u Seybold Building, Miami. Florida, and file the original answer or pleading in the Office of the Clerk i.f the Circuit Court on or before the loth das of Sept, -nil,,:-. 1950. [f you fall to do BO, juagment bs defi uli III !„ %  taken against you for the relief demanded In the BUI of Complaint, This notice shall be published once each week lor four consei .' in The Jewish Florldlan. I lone and I Irdei • ,i al Miami, Floi Ida, this 15th day of August, 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAN, I Dade County, blorlda, (Circuit Court Si I i By \VM. w. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. MYERS, HEIMAN .\ KAPLAN 6! 0 Si i bold Building -Miami, Florida Attorneys for Plaintiff 8/ 18-25 9/1-8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undei Bigned, %  !• i Hofl me of MILDREDS SH< IP al Street. state ol I Intend to register Bald name with the Clerk of the Cli i of Dad) %  SHERIDAN BEN STAREN JACK V ABBl ITT '. 8 11-18-15 9 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW M rTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ih.it %  Ml i-MAC STl IRES al I %  ; !: %  %  I iti d %  with the Clerk i .. lat 0 f I 'ade fount) Florida. MURRAY SLATER MAX RUDEN Co-Partners 8/11-18-25 %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name "f f.u.suiess Press A: Lett,:Service at .:'N N W. J7th street, Miami. Florida. intends to register said name w 11, the Clerk of th.Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida THEODORE I. SEGAL 8/11-18-25 !• 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name % %  { RANCH HOUSE at 5401 N.W. 7th Ave., Miami, intends to register said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Cunty. Florida. HA LCD, INC. ELI BREGER Attorney for applicant L'.l'i Lincoln Road 8/4-11-18-25 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN rHK CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF l'l.. IRIDA, IN AND FOR DADE c.'.,' 1 ;^'I V. IN CHANCERY, No. ABEDNIOO B SEYMOUR, Plaintiff, VS. JLST1NA SEYMOUR, Del BUI >lVORCE TO: Jul mr, Can No. 4. : %  • \\ Street New ^. • k i "Ity, N. Y. ^ %  : that a mu ce lias .. filed igalnsl ... ,| Ai Bwer or Pli iding to the Bill ol • on ntiffa Vttoi nej K \ /. ,LER ew (TLBREATH 17-i l-8e) bold Blrtg Miami, Florida. %  • i %  in l f the Cli •' rii.i 'Ircult C • before the 51 f Septi %  %  you fall to do so, Judgment by default will !• tak.-ii against j >u for the anded in the BUI of Complal Th shall be published oi • %  wei k ; itlve wei %  In 'I'll. Jewish Florldlan. %  D ONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 1 til <\n\ ol August, A.D, IT'".". E. B. LEATHERMAN, I'lerk. Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida, 'Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIGE, Deputy cierk, KATZ, FULLER A CULIJREATH, 547-58 Seybold Building, Miami, Florida, Attorneys for Plaintiff 8/11-18-25 : %  i MYERS, HEIMAN *i 850 Seybold Building, Miami. Florida Attorneys for Plaintiff 8/11-18-25 9/1 STOCKING, Deputy Clerk, KAPLAN, h-Luncheon Slated %  Chapter of the National ICardiac Home will I 1 -luncheon on Wed[August 30, at 12:30 p.m. (Vanderbilt) Restaur%  Hi'fd Oboler is chairman it. Reservations mav be J calling Mrs. Murray | r Mrs. Jack Hoss. MENTION TTORNEYS! |lewish Florldlan oYotir legal notices. PPrecicrte your P n age and guarcmVccurcrte service at lr ates. Phone 2-1141 nessenger service. NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR HAUL COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PItollATE. No. 24483. In Re: ESTATE OF LOUIS MINSK, i eased. To All Creditors .aui AH Persons. Having Claims or Demands Against said Estate: You. and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any i claims and demands uhieh you, or either of you, may nave against the estate of LOUIS MINSK", deceased, late of Miami, bade County, Florida, to the Hon. W. F. Blanton, County .indue of Dade County, and file the same in his office in the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, uithin eight calendar months from the date f the first publication hereof, Said claims or demands to contain the legal address 1V' iRCE TO: MILTON SHAY, c/o Lauri ntry Club, Sackett l. New York. jYou, MILTON SHAY, are hereby notified that a Bill of Complain) I | l ilvorce has been ted. againsl >r Pleading to BUI of Complaint on the pi Milton A. Friedman, l":::: Sej bold Bldg., Mian I, Fl rid file the original Answer ..i Pleading in the offli • %  ,,f the of thi Circuit Coui i on oi bi fi i e the 8 ds %  of Hep) : fail to do -". iudgmi nt by default will be taki n againsl you for the rellel demanded In the BUI "f Complaint. This notice shall i„published once each week for four consecutive weeks in The Ji wish Flm-i'l DONE AND ORDERED Hi Miami. Florida, this 9 dm of August, A.D. 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit '"in t. i lade Co inty, Florida (Circuit Court Si %  i By WM. w. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk MILTON A. FRIEDMAN 1028 Seybold Bldg. Miami, Florida Attorney f,,r Plaintiff 8 11-18-25 B 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that thundersigned, desiring to engagi .:i business under th.fictitious name of Mark Construction Co. at 920 Jeffi rson Av.nue. Miami Beach, Florida, intends t', registei said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of bade County, Florida. LEo MARK Sole Owner MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicant l Building s 11-ls-j:, !• 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that : ^ i_. in bus n. .. undei the fictitious n SANS SOUCI ESTATES Olympla Building, Miami. Florid %  nds to • %  -•• : said na me Clerk of thi C • Court of Dade Count>, Fl< BISCAYNE B( lULEVARD ESTATES, INC. AMOS BENJAMIN Boul I Estates, Ii N 11-1.'. '1 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.—No. 20448. RIO: ESTATE OF ALTON REYNOLDS DILLARD, i lei eased. NOTICE is hereby given that 1 have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Administratrix of the estate of Alton Reynolds Dillaid, de,eased; ami that on the 2ist day of September, 1950, I will apply to the Honorable w. F, Blanton, County Judge <>f Dade County. Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Administratrix of the Estate of Alton Ray'•Ids Ulllard. deceased. This 17th dav of August, Ift.'.O. KL.MIRE ROBICHAUD DILLARD, Administratrix. MORTON ROTHENBHRG 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Kin. Attorney for Administratrix 8/2.1 9/1-8-15 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to encage In business under the fictitious name of Palmer Letter Service al 121 N.E, 1st Ave., Miami, Intends to reclster said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. JOSEPH KAUFMAN Owner FREDERICK 8. CROSSBERG Attorney for Applicant 8/11-18-25 9/1 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND Fl R I 'Al >E I 'I M N'I'Y, FL" IRIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. 13472S in IRIS E. i I'Ci >NN< iR, Pa Intiff. vs. WALTER 11. ocoNNoR, Di ant. TO: WALTER II. O'CONNOR r.:., WEST LEXINGTi >N DRIVE GLENI 'A I.E. CALIFIIRNIA Yol ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to serve a copy of your Answer t<• the BUI of Complaint for Dlvon i the Plaintiff's Attorney and to file the original Answer in the office of the Clerk "f the circuit Court cm or before the Dili day of September, \:-^'\ otherwise the Rill of Complaint heretofore filed lorein will be taken as confessed by you. DATED at Miami, Florida, the llth day of August, 1950. E. H. LEATHERMAN, cierk of the circuit Court, I Mile County Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) liy WM. W. STOCK INC. Deputy Clerk. Name and Address of Plaintiffs Solicitor: NORMAN R. LYONS 914 I nt mpia Building Miami, Florida. B 18-28 I 1-S NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious nan f Snow Man Hcverases and also Southern Beverages at 2".V> N.W. 7th Avenue, Miami. Florida, intend t<> register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I'ade County, Florida. SAMUEL BLANK BEATRICE BLANK MARION FREHL1NQ ROSE KRAMER JACK MILLER DAVID BLANK MICHAEL BLANK MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicants 8/1S-25 9/1-8 NOTICE TO APPEAR OR ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA, — IN CHANCERY, No, 134627. RALPH T. POWELL and HILDA POWELL, his wife. Plaintiffs, vs. WILLIAM A. QARLICK and LYDIA B, QARLICK, his wife. Lefendants. TO: WILLIAM A GARLlCK and LYI d.\ i: QARLH 'K. his wife Wapplnger Falls, Duchess County, New York ALL PERSONS HAVING OR CLAIMING: To HAVE ANY" INTEREST IN THE FOLLOWING LAND: Lot 16 of BI ENQLEWOl ID. i a Subdivision according to the Plat thereof, i rded In Plnl Book 7. page 38 of the Public Records of i mile 'ounty, Florida. Yol'. AND EACH OF YOU, are hi i • bj notified thai a sull has been %  against you bv RALPH T. POWELL it,.I nil DA POWELL, his wife, to quiet the title of the plaintiffs and to temove certain clouds from the said title to the land herelnabove described, which are In Dade County. i' rldi nnd you are hereby required to tile your appearance In this suit on or before the Sth da) of September, 1950, otherwise the allegations of the hill of complaint in said BUlt will be taken as confessed l>v you. Dated, this '• iii day ol August, 1950. E B LEATHERMAN, Clerk of circuit Court. (Circuit Court Sea!) By M. c FEIGE, Deputy Cli i k MAX R, SILVER Attorney for Plaintiffs 922 Seybold Building Miami, Florida 8/11-18-2:, 9/1 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT i '! %  I'l.' IRIDA, IN AM l"i IR I lADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 134575. FLORENCE LUCHESRE, Plaintiff, vs. FRANK LUCHESSE. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE I'l'o: FRANK LUCHESSE 208 East 115th Street N< w "i ork, New York You are hereby notified that a BUI of complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer • %  !• Pleading to the BUI of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorneys, WASMAN, WEINKLE & KESSLER, 346 Seybold Btiildintr. Miami. Florida, and file the rial Answer • %  • Pleading in the office of the clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the Sth day of September, 1950, If you fall to do so, Judgment by default will ltaken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. Tins notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in The Jewish Florldlan. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 7 day of August. A.D. 1950, %  :. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, It I 'nt. Dade County, Florida. (CirCUlt Cent Se.cll By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy cierk. WASMAN. WEINKLE & KESSLER 846 Seybold Building I, Eh., id., Attorneys for Plaintiff v 11-18-23 '.' 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of .\iiEmployment Service .ct 127 N.E. 1st Ave.. Miami, Intends to reaister said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of l'.\A.County, Florida. s'AM OREENBERd Sole owner 1/4-11-18-25 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned desires to engage in business under the fictitious name of SUGAR BOWL at 201 S.W. sth Ave Miami. Fla. .IE AN HERMAN. Sole Owner MANFRED J. BERLINER, ESQ., 311 Lincoln Road, Miami B. ich, Fla. 8/11-18-25 9/ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, %  untie r the fictitious name of PEEK >K i iii ••ii s W 3rd Sti %  %  t, Miami, Florida, to n ulster said nan i h the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I iade County, F LEO SHA1N GEORGE .1 TALIANl IFF, ESQ. 120 Lin t Road Miami Bench, Florida Attorney for Applicant 8 18-25 B 1-8 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY. No. 134471. CHARLES SHAPIRO. Plaintiff, vs. SADIE SHAPIRO. Defendant. To: SADIE SHAPIRO e/o Mrs. Abraham 1'iasman 283 East I7lst Street Bronx, New York You, SADIE SHAPIRO, are herehv notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Rill of Complaint on the plaintiff attorneys, (i.-net & Genet, 420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 4th dav of September, 1950, If you fall to do so, judgment by default will he taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill ol Complaint. PONE and ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 1 dav of August, 1950 E. R. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. /i.it.H? —



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IFRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1950 +Jenisti thiridltaijn PAGE FIFTEEN ICJFWF Begins Lung llangc Study Of |Aii> long-range survey of. ,. -i Jewish communal Ufe|studies in a number of Jewish i initiated by communities. Mr Myers, who is serving as "^-J* !" > J ""'"' a out. At this • -^f 8, rTF 1 : 5 3S..ST '" ra "" Ji K uut ils Ijewish communities at the 1950 CJFWF General Assembly to: 1 Analyze the current status an d underlying principles of Jewish community organization in the United States and Canadaits purposes, scope, structure and functions. 2 Discern the direction in which the organized Jewish communities are moving. 3, More than 50 Jewish leaders from both nations are participating in the work of the committee. Jerome N. Curtis, Cleveland, and Alan V. Lowenstein. Newark, are serving as vice chairmen. ssing the far-reaching implications of the survey on Jewish unity organization, Mr. Myers p inted out that events the past decade have i great changes in Jewish •JWV Auxiliary to Fete Vet Patients Norman Bruce Brown Post of the Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary will rjold a ward party at the Pratt General Hospital, Coral Gables, on Friday, August 25, at 7:30 p.m. In addition to sponsoring bimonthly ward parties and games nights, auxiliary members work in the physical therapy and surgical sections of the hospital every week. Women interested in joining the organization are asked to contact Mrs. Sid Home, president, at 87-8947. Payment Of Estate Made To Mt. Sinai ment was recently ma Mount Sinai Hospital of the bulk of an estate bequeathed by two who died together in the crash of a Mexican airline Septi mber 27. 1949. according to Max Orovitz, president ol the institution. Orovitz accepted payment on behalf of the hospital. He said, "This is the first substantial legacy bequeathed to the hospital. It will go into our general endowment fund, the income from which will help the hospital carry on its free work." A total of $171,371.19 was paid out from the estates of Mrs. Perla N. Graham and her sister, Eugenia E. Goldsmith, who had lived at 4600 Pine Tree Drive, Miami Beach. The balance, slightly in excess of $30,000. will be paid upon liquidation of the estate, Orovitz said. Mount Sinai Hospital was bequeathed the bulk of the estates of both sisters. They left 64 2 per cent to that organization. The rest of their estates were left to other philanthropic organizations. both locally and in New York. Chimpanzees sometimes pi rform a kind of dance, to the Encyclopaedia i! tann SUNRAYPARK HEALTH RESORT HOTEL-SANITARIUM FOR RtST CONVALESCENCE AND CHRONIC CASE! • I'll %  OOM.CY IIS AW. JO'COURT LAMI-ri OR IDA I llll.II HOLY DAY SERVICES at the i oral tables Jewish Center in Ihe new enlarged Temple 320 PALERMO AVENUE CORAL GABLES RESERVATIONS AT THE CENTER DAILY 9 A.M. TO 5 P.M. THURSDAY EVE 7 TO 9 P.M. PHONE 48-8073 Rabbi Morris Skop Cantor Joseph Malek Hospital Receives Books Mount Sinai Hospital has reBuilders of Immortal Memorials for the Jewish Trade %  ation and that a major j ce -~d ~ dMaTion o77Fbo"oks for t, 0 n is currently under way., lu ., usu n in lts m wlv com pleted Y role ol American medical library, according to that what happens Samuel Gertner, executive ditoday and tomorrow will rectoi. The gift was made by Dr. not only the 4,500,000 Jews (Harrison Walker, who had the intry, but those throughbooks in his private library. The irld," he stated. "We to be included in the library e, to turn our at.:, %  now being classified, ac I• • the factors which an ing to the medical library comthe nature and d< mitti %  Ji h communities ; Stati s and Canada, I them in the future. n our attention to • maintained by local 1 organizations in their populations; to I ; .. providing those the relationship of such programs to each other and vhich communities V.: for themselves. "Through this study of Jewish I lift we can determine how best to strengthen our communal pro1 grams, how most effectively to set ve I le future needs of the J people in the United and Canada, and how to help build strong, vigorous, developing communities." The first step of the overall study, the CJFWF president revealed, will be the gathering of reliable facts on the present status of local Jewish community nations. In addition, a technical committee of leading rts in the social sciences. community organization and rewill advise on study I and procedures To tesl ones, the Committee on C nunity Organization will induct 8 series of pilot I S. J. Freed man HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington AT*. Miami Beach Between Fourth and Fifth Sts. Hebrew Religious Supplies For Synagogues and Private Use. Also for Hebrew Schools. c-nED ire Telephone 5-9017 HILLIARD CLEIN of the Clein Linen Service Is Now Also Operator of SOUTHERN LAUNDRY & CLEANERS 555 S. W. 8th Street Phone 3-3151 Cash and Carry or Pick Up and Delivery "Prompt Service" Look For the 2-Story White Building THURMOND MONUMENT Co. MARKERS $35.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES Open Sundays Phone 4-3249 OCULIST'S PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED LENSES AND FRAMES DUPLICATED LARGE SELECTION IN LATEST STYLES Beach Optical Service 350 Lincoln Road Suite 502 — Phone 5-5419 A. M. TRANSFER & CRANE SERVICE Boats Machinery Office Safes Household Concrete Pouring Move Anything 31 Years of Experience in the Greater Miami Area 2236 N. W. Miami Court Phone 9-8959 — 83-6437 ON INSURED SAVINGS Compounded Se-ml-Annually Make your deposits here TODAY SAVINGS BANK INDUSTRIAL teonord L. Abess, President 46 W.FIagler St. Miami, Fla. Account Insured %  P to $6400 by Federal Deposit Insurant* toratfatiM Largest Savings Bank in the South MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY Offers to DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES A 5-POINT PURCHASE PLAN • Wise Counseling • Beautiful Landscaping • Perpetual Care • Pre-Need Budget Plan • Special Protective Features Ideally Located Near West Flagler at 53rd Avenue Office—5505 N.W. 3rd Street Phone 83-2163 RABBI S. M. MACHTEI. Exec. Vice-President ROBERT YAFFEY. Sales Director When fellow goes a'courling Of a lovely sweet young thing Chancel are he'll wind up giving hir A sparkling wedding ring. Bui before they lie Ihe nuptial knot We'll lave 'em agilatioa By inviting them to Hilcraft For their wadding invitation. Thera'i beauty in the craftsmanihip Of Hilcraft'i fine engraving. Tel Bride and Groom will buy the bait St a moit lubilantial saving. So when thera'i romance in the air and TOO waat to name the day, let Hilcralt do It for you la the very smartest way. J (ngraving Company 122 N.I. SIXTH STREET TIHTHONI^ 2-11*4 LINDA BRANDS, Inc. Exclusive Distributors of the Famous KOSHER ZION Uvtii tttvssvn Products Suggest tor your health, for your satisfaction demand "KOSHER ZION" Products, under the supervision of Rabbi Sholem Gedaiia Kolpas. Made with the finest and freshest meat, under the strictest Kashruth supervision. Under U. S. Government Supervision ESTABLISHMENT NO. 1 Call LINDA BRANDS, inc. 10 S.E. 5th St.. Miami Phone 82-2731 Distributors of the Finest Delicatessen Products and Condiments KOSHER ZION



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PAGE EIGHTEEN vjenist fforidfiftn FRIDAY, A UGUST *, ,1 RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY ,iMluvnh "' 'I:. 11.1:1 im 11 l.'H 15 p in (Liberal). Temple israel (Reform). 137 N E 19th St. Dr. Joseph R. Narol. Rabbi. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Rabbi Emeritus. Jewish Community center (Conservative). 2020 Polk St.. Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Homg: • I T'Fereih israel Congregation o! Miami (Orthodox). 4316 N.W. 7th Avenue. Huiurd '' %  Congregation Kneseth Israel (Traditional). 1415 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H. Mtacha FYlda; I 0 %  BHI Mlw 720 <2nd St Rabbi will n .. ed "" n iv Maaiiv at -. %  • •' %  I, K Congregation roung Israel (Orthodox). 4001 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach. • %  1 Congregation Beth El (Orthodox). 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer. 1 Congregation Bath Jacob (Orthodox). 301-311 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. ih.I' %  Hebrew Academy. 918 61h St.. Miami Beach. %  • m. I>;>lly indaj 1 Coral Gabies Jewish Centex (Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop: Cantor Joseph W. Malek; Steve Kessler, organist. Palermo Ave. near Le Jeune. North Dade Jewish Centex (Conservative). 13630 W. Dw Highway. North Miami. •" Norihsiae Jewish Center. Douglas Gardens. NX. 2nd Ave. and 53rd St. Temple Isaiah (Reform). 1536 Bay Road. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moshay P. Mann. Dr. Paul Beck, cantor. %  %  %  -' %  '' %  p.m. the rabbi -: % %  ; > at 1*11 Srrvire* will be held In the Y patio Miami Hebrew School and Congregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Berele Kelemer. Pi idaj evei rig -• %  %  i • Saturda} morning Mi u nd Mm Aaron Ulxon followed by Mlnc-ha, Shalo* Sud ,1 a MI. and 1 P n Hi brew from %  %  ation fo %  Congregation betn Tfilah (Orthodox). 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. %  %  %  %  n (Will Miami Beach Jewish community Center (Conservative). 1701 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Jacob Y. Goldrino. %  •T Law. II o( Ml and Daily w Temple Betn bnoiom 4144 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel Kelemer. N. W. Religious Congregation, 3681 N. W. 2nd St. g, r B I % %  %  m,n "' Israelite Center (Conservative) 3198 S.W. 24th Terr. I : "' %  { DaHj services at "Flagler-Granada Jewish Center. 175 S.W. 45th Ave. a tuidaj 1 vi. .s al 9 a.m. Congregation Beth uavid (Conservative). Coral Way and 26th Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. ,.-. d 0 ev ng ervlcea a< 6 3 Senlci lay """"",">.,„„ „, Saturday evei ;rvl e a 8.3 pp. %  Dally %  • V'; 1 Mir "'; and Maarh 11 | IS p.m. < Uuwej in A s.-im..i i a.m. i" ii""" M""tration School a Sept • a.m. North Shore Jewish Center (Conservative). 7110 Bay Drive. Miami Beach. Rabbi Philip Fried. |.',ida: evenlm service* al 8:15. \ I : ..I„. p led 1 '" %  • 8l ta > Eitz Chaim Cong. (Orthodox), Tides Hotel. Miami Beach. Rabbi H. Horowitz. |; ill n ol l;..-li 11 %  West Miami Jewish Center, 5720 S.W. 17th St. (Conservative).. Rabbi Ezra Lifshitz. U, ii a .,., U Mv\i'n i' anno meed In September. ii ULL HOTEL LUNCH E O N w eo VINO: 8 AN QllE J s Phone 86-8721 GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE STORE FRONT — PLATE and WINDOW GLASS Furniture Top*. lnM Mirrors mad ResiWering Our Sp* L A (.. Glass and Mirror Works] 136 S.W. 8th St PHONE 3-4834 MORRIS ORLIN LOUIS GERBEj %  30-40 Dance Planned 30-40 Agi Club oi the %  I Be; 1 E %  or Phon Me NAT GANS 3-4616 — 4-9981 LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS Metropolitan Life Ins Co. 907 B'scayne Bldg. 19 W. Flagler St. LISTEN TO THE JEWISH MUSICAL HOUR WTTT—1490 on Your Dial Jacob Schachter Director NORMAN R. LYONS Newscaster and Historical Narrator NOW FOUR TIMES A WEEK SUNDAY FROM 10 A.M. TO 11:30 A M. MON WED. AND FRI. FROM P.M. TO 1:30 P.M. DOOM NYLON TENTS A nylon tent completely coverj the entire inleited building in which a deadly gal i releaied.This new method cull your coJt ifl >/i __„ 5 YEAR GUARANTEE FOR BOTH DRY WOOD AND SUBTERRANEAN, TERMITES t PHONE 5-3444 Open from Rosh Hashonah Through Yom Kippur (American Plan) 11 Complete Days Complete Holiday Services in AirConditioned Hall. Conducted by Noted New York Cantor Finest Strictly Kosher Food, Served in the Famous Viclor Tradition Air Conditioned Dining Room and Lobby 100 Air Cooled Rooms Planned Entertainment and Television Early Reservations Necessary Owner-Manager Thanks to a vast expansion program, there now is much more BUDWEISER Order by the Carton Joseph Waldman Mp Phone 5-0041 THE ON THE OCEAN 12th ST. & OCEAN DRIVE MIAMI BEACH TUNE IN SIMON SEIDEN Station WFEC 1220 on the Dial Friday 10:15 A M. Sunday 2:10 P.M. iver e static The leligl le n %  ra iunt: ajot ntr bbi |mer Ar iat. eA. the s r ins Budweiser TRADE MARK REO. U. S. PAT OFF ANHEUSER.BUSCH SAINT LOUIS Phone 2-V401 Distributed by NATIONAL BRANDS, Inc. SAM BLANK, Pros. SO FLORIDA'S LARGEST EXTERMINATING CO. Beth David Synagogue wishes all its members and friends A Happy and iivaithu New Year Services will be held at our New Beth David Synagogue, on Coral Way and 26th and 27th Roads ROSH HA SHONO SERVICES September 12th and 13th YOM KIPPUR SERVICES September 21st SEATS ARE AVAILABLE NOW! Tickets may be purchased Monday through Thursday from 7:30 to 9:30 P.M.. Sunday from 10:00 A.M. to 12:00 Noon. For further information and reservations please call 3-1970 or 9-3469. Students services during the High Holidays will be conducted in the vestry room of the Synagogue. P9\ i be pie" les. sse ade '•y. 'oil 'ee e 1 MAX SHAPIRO Rabbi BERNARD A. STERLING President MAURICE MAMCHES Cantor LEON SHIFF Choir Director


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PAGE EIGHT +JmistfkrkUair_ FRIDAY, AUGUST 9s 1950 Jewish Girls Among First Volunteers For Reserve Rabbi Shapiro To Speak Rabbi Max Shapiro will be t services i P • Gen Hospital. %  Sunday, August ill be ie Jir the w A'• ndei on> S*. C. (1 M • An Open Letter M Ber. S. Hertz was recently nstalled as president of the MiChanser of the American Jewish Ccr.gress. Auction-Dance Planned Con El n -• • -: %  %  .. f tons : Ice hock -00 years %  yboderruf GOOD FOODS', THE RIGHT KIND, AND SUNSHINE GALORE J'JCH VITAMiN SOURCES, HAVF PLENTY IN 5TORE. 9 18 Sixth Street Miami Beach. Florida i:STZN TO THE CULTURAL :EV/ISH FORUM RADIO HOUR BROADCAST %  .:.-. JULY AUGUST : •.• % %  • :=. .•. = = -• FROW FRIDAY 10:15 TO 10:45 A.M. SUNDAY 2:30 TO 3:00 P.M. OVER STATION WFEC 1220 on the Dial %  ; %  private Ottice Board of Dtrecto.S ~' BUT JUST TO MAKE SURE OUR SUPPLY IS OKAY, WE ALL TAKE. THE 'MULTIPLE CALLED'ONEADAY" 1 lie re is litutmii protection /or you, neighbor! When you supplement the food eat each day with ONE-ADAY brand I Multiple Vitamin Capsules, you get all the vitamins known to be necessary in human nutrition. When it is so easy and inexpensive to take ONE-ADAY brand Multiple Vitamin Capsules, can you £• to be with it them? To assure minim ira daily rerements, take just one capsule each day. — SDMON SEIDEN MULTIPLE VITAMIN CAPSULES LIKE QUIZ SHOWS? TRY RIGHT OR WRONG" Two to Three P.M. DISC JOCKEY NOAH TYLER MAY PHONE YOU DURING THE SHOW AND ASK YOU A QUESTION THAT WILL MEAN A NICE GIFT. More and More—Your Favorite Station For Music and Sewi Dear Parents: hiq b.er you want ^at in buUding constructton. the h^ o undaUon You know thatm D yQU roust set y to raise your structure. proce88 oi ,.„_ to ihe much mot" The same aPP" V, ^ r5 onaUty. aevelopinaahumanbemaandp. ^ Eve, P— £ ~Z h UtiS 5 •""" ^ S^= — —* „ t0 rise wg Bu, >e< us ----£:£-*; --S Kindergarten. watc hes and super; THE HEBKEW -RySSW 5^ %  ~ the way the young twig ltom vmderoarten aae seven a ^^ Wonl you Pl ease renter your cmld loday Sincerely. 3fte ****** A**"* B s mmX or write to us tor iurthe, U-^ P.S. Call us at BBW1. Register your child new!



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igy AUGUST 25. 1950 *Jmist>fit>rX&*jn PAGE FIVE. >nherg Is Principal Of Enlarged ill SIIOIOIII Religious School Wry. lary moiincement that Sydney J. will again head the L„i,. Beth Sholom Religious ,1 which is reopening on ember 3. has been made by J Ell, chairman of the lol board. I g, who is professor of L ew language at the Universil j, is rated among the i h educators in the He announced the ex.1 ;>11 school facilities to te an expected enroll[, over 5 00 pupils %  stration and application for ., to all departments— school, Sunday school, iol, junior high school, Mitzvah and Bas Mitzvah es _will be accepted beginleptember 3. The school office pen daily from 9 a.m. p.m. and Sundays from 9 2 noon. forking in close cooperation G enberg will be a newly irganized professional staff of te d teachers, including Miss lie Goldstein, graduate of CoIbu University Teachers' ColTeachers College of the |jsh Theologic al Seminary. IMII-'ll'" Unit la us Events .. men's Group of the |t Miami Jewish Center will i nner dance at the \. lei, Miami Beach, on lr Vugust 26, at 8 p.m. irse dinner will be i d by dancing in the K i. Proceeds from the o toward the center E I -..11!; capacity of the I m is limited. allTeservmade in advance I [rs. Rose Goldin at |055; Mrs. Barbara Kalish, I Mrs. Irene Ziegler, 1817; Mrs. Muriel Levy, fl36. I, ill also hold a donor fcheon ii Sorrento Hotel, ai Beach, on Wednesday, |just 30, at 1:30 p.m. Cards and nmins will follow the lunchIrs. Guldin was recently named -mnn of the unit. Others fed to ffice were Mrs. Jack kza. secretary, Mrs. Willard H. kder. treasurer. Icbrew Academy logins 4th Year tie Hebrew Academy, Miami ch's only all-day Hebrew ml, will launch its fourth n it opens its doors for n this week at its buildSixth and Jefferson Ave. ular curriculum of the di n follows the regular blie • hncil program and meets • ncnts of both county %  ci sti te boards of public inW <>1 was organized by Iny prominent citizens of the I to provide cultural ilitii j for children who are n acquiring a Hebrewducation. Dr. David S. 1 I m is president, and Jack vice president in charge stration. Miss Goldstein recently spent a year of study in Israel. Mrs. Bess Marder, graduate of the University of Minnesota and the Jewish Teachers Training School of Minneapolis, has also been added to the staff. Introduced for the first time this year will be the revised "Integrated Curriculum" comprising three broad areas of content— Hebrew Language; Program for Jewish Living in the Home, Temple and Community; and the Jewish People—Its Past and Present. In addition to this curriculum there will be a host of extracurricular activities designed to enrich and supplement the program. These will include arts and %  rafts, dramatics, Jewish music, a junior congregation, mass celebrations of Jewish and civic holidays, a school newspaper, a junior Jewish community chest, a library club, safety patrol, student council, honor society and other clubs. / 4.allies Center Announces Plans For Holiday Rites As the Coral Gables Jewish Center enters into its fifth year, plans for the High Holy Days have been announced by Herbert Gelernter, president, and Lee Elman, chairman of the committee. Rabbi Morris A. Skop and Cantor Joseph Malek will officiate at the services with Steve Kessler at the organ. The choir will participate under the direction of Mrs. Irving Weinstein. Special services will be held for the cVUdren. The newly air-cooled center and its new auditorium are ready for the services. Judge Sam Silver, chairman of the membership committee, has announced that applications for membership may be made every day at the center office from 9 to 5 and Thursday evening from 7 to 9. Membership entitles congregants to seats for the sei'/ices War Criminals Released "For Good Behavior" MUNICH, (JTA)—The immediate release from prison of eight convicted German war criminals "for good behavior" was announced this week by U.S. occupation authorities. The Germans include Otto Dietrich, former Nazi press chief; Fricdrich Flick, one of the top Nazi industrialists; and Richard Dane, former Nazi Minister of Agriculture. Convicted by war crimes tribunals to seven-year jail terms, the eight included also Fritz Termeer, Rudolph Lehmann and Curt Rothenberger. who were found guilty of crimes against humanity. Darre, who is now 55, was responsible for the rounding up of thousands of Jewish and other workers for slave labor. and Sunday school instruction, as well as many religious and social and cul)ur£> activities throughout the year, Judge Silver said. Nonmembers may make reservations for the High Holy Days during these same hours. U-M Prof Will Read "The Cocktail Party" Sam Hirsch of the University of Miami drama department will read T. S. Eliot's enigmatic comedy, "The Cocktail Party," on Thursday, August 31. at 8:40 p.m. at Coronet Hotel. Miami Beach, under the auspices of Freedom House. A limited number of tickets are still available at Pansy's Flower Shop at 193 22nd St.. at Doubleday Book Shop. 934 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, an* at Pansy Flaum's McAllister Hotel Flower Shop. Reservations may be made by calling 5-9783. .4. Products Endorsed Royal Snack Products, herring appetizers, which have been endorsed by the Rabinical Council I of America and the Union of j Orthodox Jewish Congregations, • received local endorsement from Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, dii rector of the Greater Miami Vaad I Hakashruth, this week. lamrli Praised >n UOth Birthday fJEW YORK, (JTA)—The 80th Fthday oi elder statesman and 'Sidential adviser Bernard U( h was hailed during the tic-end by the nation's leading iwspaper. The New York Times, a highly laudatory editorial, | it "if one may judge by |e events of the last three weeks Washington, Mr. Baruch has h'l-i been a more vital force in I n affairs." No public Jure of our time, the paper Jni'd, "has shown more unswerv}A confidence than has. Mr. Pruch in the American people W a more sincere devotion to lose values which add up to the tnericaa way of life." lew Feature Added [Simon Seiden, director of the •wish Forum Hour, has an%  mm-ed the addition of a new %  eewy feature to be called "A Wnjseeing Tour of Jewish InF'lutions and Organizations." The P'twl stanza will be heard Sunm, August 27, at 2:30 p.m. over iatton WFEC. At that time Piden will lead his listeners lr ugh Mt. Sinai Hospital. • BREAKSTONE'S FAMOUS SOUR CREAM COMES TO YOU IN A WONDERFUL NEW GLASS WITH PLASTIC COASTER 4^ COLLECT MATCHED SETS OF 6-8-0*12 FOR LUXURY DINING-NO BOTTLE RETURNS NO DEPOSITS-EXCLUSIVE "BLOSSOM" PATTERN-STURDY HEAVY DUTY GLASS SMOOTHER, TASTIER BECAUSE IT'S MADE ONLY FROM PURE PASTEURIZED SWEET CREAM A SHAKER FOR USE PLASTIC COCKTAILS, COVER AS A MAITEDS, COASTER. CHOCOLATE MILK. A BEAUTIFUL GLASS FOR LONG, COOL SUMMER DRINKS. A HANDY MIXER IN COOKING AND BAKING-TO STORE LEFTOVERS IN YOUR REFRIGERATOR. 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PAGE FOURTEEN vJenisti HockNMJ k JEWS IN SPORTS -.'.•.•.•.'.V.1 %  •.•. %  %  IV! DAVID NUSSBAUM .' ; i n S s •Mati break • • %  nteredlinto I picture. I Billy Talbert and I %  re. Ted Sc hi n't getl %  %  ted Si fei Ml g 1S i n r the first 1 i c h,m • tin : nten t thirl 1 ticipal !! : • %  Dick i ith very sh irtly. S i •• nd Vi Si S V itl and S art2 asked r ; mnd nto shape. up in doubles It's mly a ing fairlj v %  .>ting r>r t •.'. of Her that in thi future these two may r intercoll ti champion, break I the limelight as one of Dick Savitt p ssibly Vic the better American combina" tions. It's true that Savitt and Schwartz fell in the national doubles tennis championship • les before Harry Hopman. 44-year old non-playing captain of the Australian Davis Cup team iuvr Women Will Hold Swim Party A swim party featuring acquatic contests and games will bo and"seymou"r Greenberg of Chir^.'.'." Emm j a a .-*-S cago. but these kids are young and are on the way up and figure I better as they learn to play with each other. Flam beat C Bush i i and Professional Women of B'nai B'rith on Sunday evening, August 27. at the Town and Bi Club, it has iunced by Miriam Gold.an .1 the P lus ,h i: .'. 1 necessary for Schroeder twice this year on clay I courts and possesses the strokes arrangen ents committei nounced that the p iol '.'.ill be open to • i: 7 to 10 p.m. and lockers and towels t will be furnis A t ng M practices on the part I Gold Paula H >f clubs sponsoring these tournaments. TI is discrimination has t Di x (>i • in the IJXOI d an opi i in honor voung man and their newly i n-law, %  M M mi Dixon, on j Sund.. isl 27, im 2 to 5 Full Dress Suit For Sale Suit. English. Broadcloth, 3S. Order Made. Practically New. Also Winter Camel Hair Overcoat, best condition, will sarnfice for Quick sale. Phone 2-4032 I. Feingold—1063 N.W. 5th St. PIZZA! VERA PIZZA NAPOLITANA BY "TRIXIE" CONEY ISLAND'S FAMOUS PIZZA MAKER • VILLA CAPRI • • ITALIAN RESTAURANT • COCKTAIL LOUNGE $immiz toefaa, bait COR. N.E. 2nd AVE. AND 27th ST. 9.2557 The Officers and Board Members of CONGREGATION BETH JACOB 301-311 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach Announce the Beginning of Seating Reservations for THE HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES Which will be held in the BETH JACOB SYNAGOGUE AND THE DAVID WHITMAN HALL COMFORTABLY COOLED BY THE MOST MODERN AIR-CONDITIONING INSTALLATION + %  RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF w.ll preach during the services in both buildings CANTOR LOUIS D. FEDER will chant the services with the assistance of well known Baalei Tefilla and reserve your seats. Selichoss Saturday. September 2nd a, Midnight under way. Abe will shortly announce a very big trade which opes will provide the Bruins a scorer on a par with Zaslofsky. In addition, his HarGlobi trotters an coming in lot o! atti %  they premovie on the C • • Gordon, husky, slugging of the Boston celebrated his thirtynd birthday the other day its. The Braves are v. ry much in the running for National L 1 nnant and 1 diet that the -man pitching staff of Sain, Spall: and Bickford will carry Beantown aggregation into ithe loop title by pitching every during the month of Septeml 11. • Despite the fact that money has br,n very slow in coming in, members of the Maccabiah Committee are going ahead with plans for shipping the United States Jewish Olympic Team to Israel the latter part of September. a • • Pending approval from City College. Bobby Sand, assistant basketball coach at that institution, has been appointed to mastermind the team which it is hoped will be sent to Israel. Bobby will have as an associate coach Martin L. Cohen, manager of Local 105. and former president of the Basketball Fraternity I of New York City. Cohen has been active in New York baskethall activities for several years. Alter having played at the Uni•v ol Delaware, he coached [02 loam in New York City and went ahead later to handle the reins of the New York Gothams in the American Leagu< (, Evidently the New York kerbockers are beginning to 0 s w 24th. tional Basket l 1 I Maurice J.B.A. looked on Max inked I is new contract. RabbiS tein s working day and ,nv %  l 'earn, : "iily renan 1 d the Bruins inrui >1 they have be> ,.,_ known foi thi past four years, of Miami Hebrew ~ big-time international play. At ore time it was difficult for Jewish tennis players to enter tournaments due to various dis, .-'•••I, ( V.M>,VI.!:,I1I, 1 ,1 Li ill lie,..,• Inick, Evelyn bl0n broker, u recent years and ,n, Fauna Sprii ( tendency is to invite all playler. irdless oi race and creed, t thi Max Zasl ifsky, Chicago's forerial basketball play" %  '. %  % % %  signed to a contract, as Dixon Bar Mitzvah Dr. Arthur Stone Wishes to Announce the Opening 11 1 HI 1, ,s for the General l'i HI %  < I 1 lentlstry In the Phj KII lana I lulldlng 1431 North Bayshore Drive Miami. Florida V. %  %  l;oi I '.ois.way Telephone 82-0602 Miller Electric Co. Quality Contracting and Service 404 S.W. 8th Avenue Phone 9-2477 AMERICANS NEED VITAMINS THEN TRY One-A-Day (BRAND) Vitamins Oel a package 0 f genuine ONE-A-DAT (brand) Multiple vitamin captulea. They cott only $2.00. Take one each day for 60 day*. If you art not aotlreJy satisfied, return the empty package to your druggiat and he will refund your money. 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JAY, AUGUST 25, 1950 +Jew 1st flrridHar PAGE THIRTEEN Between You and Me" By BORIS SMOLAR (Copyright, 1948, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) 1000,1 ;S AND DOLLARS f 0 W that Premier David Ben i i revealed that Israel is King a billion-dollar loan from Ls abroad, the news is no longsecret • We can, therefore, ,1 that this request was subject of the recent talks in fusalem to which the American Ln be is of the Jewish Agency Ire summoned ... It was to talks that Henry Montor, ,. • ir ol the United Jewish Apand Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, %  ropean director of the Joint fctr.bution Committee, were bilarly summoned Details mference have been conered top-secret, and only a few | • top Jewish leaders in the I States were kept informed them • %  Actually, it means ; ie Israel government exAmerican Jews to raise D.000.000 for the Jewish state period of three years to |p in the absorption of thousmmigrants pouring into state This sum is since all indications point • that countries behind Courtain — Rumania, and Poland—have sudipted a more liberal :. regard to permitting emigrate to Israel \ must be taken ad: by Israel while it lasts a i also optimists in v who predict that con. xpectations, Jews in ture may be permitted to Israel even from • Union ... It is in the f this belief that the Israel • will soon address itii appeal to Moscow to %  i emigration of those the I'.S.S.R. who might t i the Jewish state Dody is optimistic enough to M that Stalin will permit kng Jews to leave Russia; wever, some well-wishers hope 'may permit at least the emi>n ot old and aged Jews who ve relatives in Israel ... If iuld happen, Israel's bur: >f .ibsorbing non-productive • ents will become even heavtn it is at present ... Of I everything is based on the | ption that the Korean conII not develop into a world far This explains why Israel's | <: the billion-dollar loan is %  -year plan Within i years a good many thousJd f Jews can be taken out of Be Soviet-dominated countries ire these countries may be toed in a war The reaction .merican Jewish leadership to %  a of raising a billion-dollar Israel among U.S. Jews • to be seen. IPLOMATIC SECRETS: ngton may consider it a; itic secret, but it is no I • i some that King Abdullah j Ian addressed himself to : ent Truman for military %  'vonomic aid The secret si from the Arab ruler to sident Truman was conveyed through the U.S. Minister in Amman, capital of Jordan Furthermore, it is known that in his letter. King Abdullah asked Truman for assistance not only l'or his own country, but also for Iraq and Syria ... He emphasized that these three countries torm a natural economic and military unit capable of confronting Communist aggression in the Middle East ... He also indicated that these three countries, if provided with arms, could contribute 20 divisions Those who know the exact contents of the secret lettereveal that Abdullah told President Truman that "after Communist aggression in Korea, world events drive Arab states to meditate seriously about the menacine Communist danger" ... The Arab King referred to "Russia's aims in the Middle East and her oil ambitions" and claimed that these aims "are not unknown to Truman" Therefore, he said, the United States "must give military and economic aid to Jordan, Iraq and Syria" ... It is obvious that although the Arab countries seek to secure American arms and funds under the pretext of combatting Communism, they can turn the same arms against Israel Hence it would be interesting to learn what President Truman's reply to Abdullah will be Here is the best opporAmerican tunitv for the United States' government to impress Jordan, Iraq and Syria with the necessity of concluding peace with Israel prior to receiving aid from this country. public ... In the words of the agreement, this was done "as a step in the direction of removing duplication and of integrating services to immigrants" Prior to this agreement, a shelter service was also operated by the United Service for New Americans which was to have been transferred to NYANA, the local branch of U.S.N.A. in New York. HIAS president Samuel A. Telsey made it clear to Jewish federations ana welfare funds that his organization is financially able to assume the costs entailed in the additional responsibility He also made it clear to the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds that the HIAS does not intend to go to the entire country or to the New York community to ask for funds on ground that it relieved U.S.N.A. or the U.J.A. of nancial obligation. week ... In it one finds the finest selection of Yiddish and Hebrew folksongs, edited by Ruth Rubin who devoted herself for years to the study of Jewish folksongs oi all times The piano settings by Ruth Post offer the opportun-* ity for every Jewish home — where there is a piano—to enjoy the tunes Which our fathers and forefathers enjoyed in Russia, Poland. Rumania and which Israel enjoys today Each song reflects the mood of the Jews at certain periods in various countheir parents. tries The immortalization by Schocken Books of these songs in music and in English translation is definitely a great contribution to the perpetuation of a part of Jewish culture which stood the danger of remaining unknown to American-born Jews The book will also serve to bring European.born parents and their Americanborn children closer together, since the children will discover the instinctive appeal which the songs had—and still have—for the the a fiJEW1SH TREASURES: Everybody talks today' DOMESTIC DEVELOPMENTS: There is talk in New York that James G. McDonald will become chancellor of Brandeis University after his resignation as U. S. ambassador to Israel next month The HIAS is now the only Jewish agency providing temporary shelter care for Jewish immigrants settling in New York An agreement to this effect—reached between the HIAS and the NYANA—has just been made of the importance of Jewish education in the United States, but—like the famous proverb about the weather —nobody really does much about it The greatest contribution to Jewish cultural education of American-born Jews who know no other language but English is, strangely enough, being made not by any Jewish organization, but by a private enterprise This is the Schocken publishing house. Almost every book published in this country by the Schocken firm aims at acquainting the I Jewish reader with Jewish cultural treasures of the past The Schocken books also bring out in English the best in Jewish literature and folklore j published in Yiddish and in Hej hrew Thev thus serve as the link between the culture created, | by generations of Jews in various ( countries outside of the United | States and the American Jewish culture of out present generation. The latest addition to 1 Schocken Books—and a most valuable one—is "A Treasury of Jewish Folksongs," published this FOR RENT—FOUR MEETING ROOMS AND TWO LARGE AUDITORIUMS Alio completely equipped large Kosher Kitchen for Wedding*. Bar Mitzvaht, Card Parties and Lodge Meetings. Plenty of Parking Space. PHONE SIDNEY H. 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FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1950 • Jen4isti HcridUan Personally Speaking Mr. and Mrs. Al Wise, 608 S.W. 18th Ave., have returned to Miami after an extended tour oi the West Coa3t. Slated to arrive from California Sunday is Mrs. Joseph Weiss, 610 S.W. 18th Ave., who has been visiting her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Verne Folts. Lt. j. g. James David Liebman recently left for a two-week naval reserve cruise. Stationed at Quonset Point, R. I., he will return here August 28. Lt. Liebman is a practicing attorney and is active in Zionist activities. Mrs. Sally Gardner and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kanter of Miami Beach flew to New York Wednesday for their annual summer vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ruskin and Mr. and Mrs. Gus Feuer have returned from a plane trip to South America Manfred J. Berliner, Miami Beach attorney, left Wednesday for New York, where he will spend a month's vacation. Mr. Berliner, who is the Florida correspondent for the American Lawn Tennis Magazine, will assist the staff of that publication in covering the Davis Cup and National Tennis Championships to be held at Forest Hills, Long Island, during the next ten days. He will remain in New York for the High Holy Days and will worship with his mother at Temple Anche Chesed. Spending a three-week vacation in Pennsylvania, New York and Canada is Miss Doris Kasow, 2100 S.W. 21st Ave. She will visit her grandmother in White Plains, N. Y.; her brother, Harvey, at Camp Massad, Pa., where he is spending the summer; and relatives and friend* in Albany and Montreal Ted Kaufman and his son, Bobby, are vacationing at Glacier National Park, Montana. En route they spent time at Yellowstone National Park. Father and son will be gone about a month %  %  Mr. and Mrs. Irving Firtel, 431 West 62nd St., Miami Beach, announce the arrival of a daughter, Toby Ann, on August 16 at Mr. Sinai Hospital. The Firtels are the parents of three other children, Leon, Kenneth and Maxine. Mrs. Firtel's sister, "Mrs. Pearl Hein, came down from New York for the event. + Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Weissman, 947 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, have returned from a vacation in Fallsburg, N. Y. Spending a month's vacation at the Strath Haven Hotel, Miami Beach, is Mrs. Benjamin H. Leser, 1241 N.W. 58th Terr. Miss Beatrice Goldberg of Miami Beach recently returned from a trip to .Israel, where she spent a month touring the country and getting acquainted with the people. Prior to returning here, Miss Goldberg vacationed at Sylvan Lake, N. Y After a three month's vacation, during which they visited their children and grandchildren in Teaneck, N. J., and spent two months in Atlantic City, Mr. and Mrs. George Cohen, 1800 James Ave., will return here this week. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Farr and their son, Harvey, left Thursday for a tour of the Caribbean Islands. In Nassau they will be the guest-? of their friends. Dr. and Mrs. George J. Gerson, owners of the Fort Montagu Hotel. From there they will proceed to Haiti; Kingston, Jamaica; Tower Island, and Havana. Mr. Farr is associated with Farr Tours, Miami Beach travel agency. Miss Phyliss Tobee Schermer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J Sigmund Schermer, 1611 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach, has returned from a nine-week stay in the North. After attending the firs: summer session at Michigan State College, where she studied psychology, Miss Schermer visited in Detroit. In the motor city she was the houseguest of Miss H. Schermer. Before returning here, she stopped with friends in Cleveland and Youngstown, Ohio. • Following a ten-day motor trip to North Carolina, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Moss and their three dauahters are at home in West Palm Beach. Mrs. Ella Simon recently returned to West Palm Beach after business and pleasure tr'.o in New York and New Jersey. Her cughter, Lois, remained in the North but will return in time to enter high school. Back in West Palm Beach after a visit to Durham, N. C, their former home, are Mr. and Mrs. Philip Dave. New vacation arrivals at Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville, i £• C., include Mr. and Mrs. Murray Bennett, Dr. and Mrs. Julian KoDinson, Mr. and Mrs. S. Garber and son, Victor. Mr. and Mrs. I > %  Kiefer and son, Eric, Mrs. Samuel Gardner, Miss Dorothy Gardner, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Peskin and Gerald Simmons. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Aronovitz, 2450 S.W. 2nd Ave., left this week for a vacation in Hendersonville, N. C, and New York City. Mrs. Sam Reinhard, 1141 S.W. 10th St., has returned from a two-month vacation in New York. Included in her trip was a s'ay at the Pioneer Country Club. During her absence, her son, eymour, of Brooklyn, has been spendinq the summer with his father. •* t Mi nd ** r8AUen H. Amdur and son, Steve, have returned 0 Miami Beach after a vacation at Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonv 'He. N. C. PAGE SEVEN Sisterhood To Fete Kaplans In Honor Of Twenty-Fifth Wedding Anniversary Gertrude Heeht Picks September 3 M.. and Mrs. Isidore Hecht, 4213 Nautilus Drive, Miami Beach, have announced the engagement and approaching marriage of his sister. Miss Gertrude Hecht, Jacksonville, to Marshall N. Feuer, Miami. The wedding will take place at the Cfomwell Hotel on September 3 ;it 8 p.m. f.Ir. Feuer, a Miami attorney, received his law degree from the University of Miami. He is the son of Mrs. Carl A. Presse. 1233 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. His fiancee was graduated from the University of Florida arid also attended Northwestern University and the University of Alabama. She has been teaching in Jacksonville schools. FRED JONAS Mr. and Mrs. Norman Kaplan The Sisterhood of Congregation Beth Tfilah will tender a dinner Sunday, August 27, at 6 p.m. in the synagogue banquet hall in honor of the twenty-fifth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Kaplan. The Kaplans came here six Brithday Party To Honor H. Spivack, Grandchild A party Saturday afternoon will mark the sixtieth birthday of Harry Spivack, 905 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach, and the first birthday of his granddaughter, Selina Helina Decky. The affair will be held in the patio of the Spivack home at 3 p.m. "The Imaginary Invalid" To Open Monday Night Moliere's "The Imaginary Invalid" will open a two-week run at the University of Miami Ring Theatre on Monday, August 28, at 8:30 p.m. Last in the university's summer program, the play is directed by Hans Rothe. May We Suggest years ago from Forest Hills, L. I., where Mr. Kaplan founded Congregation Ahavas Sholom. Since their arrival here, both have been active in the civic and religious life of the community. Mr. Kaplan is a past president of Beth Tfilah. | Genial Miami Beach Real Estate Mrs. Kaplan's brother, Leon Ohl, who is an annual visitor to Miami Beach, donated Oran Kodesh and lights for* the Beth Tfilah synagogue. 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PAGE TWO T.knist fhclcHSUL FRIDAY.^UGUS T, < oiicorl To Opon Workmen's Circle District Conclave Ai Miami Bwli The 31st Southern District conference of the Workmen's Circle. I be held in Miami 3each Labor weekend, will get off to ng start with a concert mi day night, September 2. at The Lyceum. 2.) Washington Ave.. :: • to s H. Levine, i man of the arrangements committee, Pa %  pating in the concert will bi Cantor Srmuel Kelemer. who rranged the program: Paulino iprano; Pierre Mande, \ linist: Herman Fi ied, pianist. The conference will officially open Sunday, September 3. at 10 a.m. At that time Mayor Harold Turk of Miami Beach will welcome the 1200 delegates expected to attend the meet. Greetings w also come from Jack P. Zu man. representative of the national executive of the Workmen's Circle: Jacob Pat. executive director of the Jewish Labor Council; J. Macy. representative of the International Ladies Garment Workers Union. A* Sunday afternoon's session M. J Merlin will discuss "Forty Yeail of Workmen's Circle Schools." A report on branches ie former Texas-Louisiana district will be given by W. B. Bell and F. Weiner, and on the : ilden jubilee convention, by J. Duntov. Jacob Pat will speak on -Yiddish and Hebrew in Israel and among Jews the World Over." The English-speaking branch will entertain delegates at a dance Sunday night. Reports will be given at Monbusiness sessions by Duntov. M.Jacobs, Evelyn Werner. Alex Parker and Zuckerman. The group's annual banquet is sched: >r Monday night. The parley will close Tuesday night following the election ol Si rving with Levine on the gements committee are A. \: n .ff. George Siegel. vice men; J. M.'Freedman, Kitty secretaries; A. Whitehouse, ding secretary: H. Spivack. urer; JPollack, program chairman: Duntov. journal editor: I. Cohen, entertaiment chairman: E. Elkin. C. Katz. entertainment vice chairmen: I. Spivack. hostess chairman; H. Abramowitz. A. Abramowitz. R. Aronoff. L. Beckerman. I. Freedman.'M. Glieberman. I. Gold. S. Gold. E. Greenbaum. A. Greenbaum. S. Hochi G. Hochberg. Y. Kalmanson. Y K.ei stein. S. Levine. J. Mintzes. W. Paskoff. I. Pomerantz. S. .an. H. Shuldiner. J. Siegel. A. Shuldiner. R. SiegH. K. Tishler, P. Weiner, E Weiner. $40000 Flagler-Granada Building To Be Complete For High Holiday Services rorci judge and supreme court i er-Grai da Jewis I 'ntrr will lie completed in time foi High H ily Daj • L I at 51st Place and N W 1st St.. th< cent...' rid a ,:n. has engaged the i;< v. el, w ho offici%  • liday services last ve in the same capacity this year, The young cantor, who reci ived his training in Denver. Coin., is a veteran of World War II. He served with the "1st Infantry Division in France. Germany and Austria. Following tiie war. he conducted us services at Augsberg, 1: inj. and has been doing so annually ever since. He has been he Norman Bruce Brown Post 1 radio talks entitled "Gems from the Talmud." He also conducted a class in al Beth David. Subjects nf tiie sermons will be "Rosh Hashona: Its Significance to Our People." September 12: "The r -tiie Spiritual Awakening," September 13: and "Yum KippuiAnd the Lord said I have forgiven according to thy word'." September 21. Reservations may be made by calling Mrs. Bernice Segal. 4925 S.W. 5th Terr.. 4-0425. Miamians To Attend Executive Conclave Morris Klass. executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and Max C. Gettinger. assistant director, will be among the 60 Jewish community executive.from large, intermediate and small cities in the United States and Canada who will attend the fifth annual executive's institute M be sponsored by the Council ol Jewish Federations and welfare Funds from September 4 to 9 at French Lick. Indiana, it was announced by H. L. Lurie. CJFWF executive director. The institute, held annually in I September, provides community executives with a first-hand opportunity to discuss current Jewish needs and problems, and to seek ways and means in meeting them for the forthcoming year, Lurie explained. This year's executive's institute, j he added, is built around three major points of interest—the ; overseas picture, analysis of 1950 ^ campaign and budgeting exneri> ence and community organization and planning. In addition, there will be small meetings by population groups on specific problems j confronting these communities. Harold Glasser. director of the j CJFWF Institute on Overseas I Studies, will report on the economic situation in Israel at the overseas session. Lurie revealed. The executives will also analyze the 1950 campaign experience and its implications for planning in 1951, and examine problems of organization and planning for local services in 1951. The Miami Beach Jewish Center 1701 WASHINGTON AVENUE MIAMI BEACH HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES ROSH HASHONAH YOM KIPPUR September 12-13 September 21 Kol Nidre, Eve. Sept. 20 Yiskor, Sept. 21 RABBI IRVING LEHRMAN WILL OFFICIATE AT ALL SERVICES Assisted By CANTOR JACOB Y. GOLDRING And the Center Choir Under the Direction of Mr. Ben Yomen To Be Assured of Reservations Please Contact Center Office Open Daily 9 to 5 Evenings in the Synagogue 7 to 9:30 Isaiah Holiday Services Set for Atlantis Hotel High Holy Day services will be conducted by Temple Isaiah in the auditorium of the Atlantis Hotel. Miami Beach, according to Abe Schonfeld. president. Rabbi Moshay P. Mann will officiate and Cantor Paul Beck will chant the services. Alvira Grafflin will be the organist. Ticket reservations may be made by contacting Joseph Rosenthal at 86-1857. Gables B'nai B'rith Women Will Hold Tea Th : B'i %  Id a : t 29 15] Res %  %  Radio Talks Slated Rabbi Isaac H. 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FRIDAY. AUGUST 25, 1950 *Jewist fhirSdgaur, PAGE SEVENTEEN Jewish Groups Rap Letters To The Editor U.S. Loan To Franco NEW YORK. (JTA) — Ten major Jewish organizations this week announed their opposition to the proposed loan to Franco Spain and warned that "far from striking a blow against Communism, it will actually aid the Communist propaganda campaign." In a joint statement sent to the President, the Secretary of State, the leaders of the major political parties, and members of the Senate-House Conference Committee, the Jewish organizations charged that "the .government of Spain is a totalitarian tyranny as well as evil and anti-demcfcmtic as the Communist dictatorship." Organizations which signed the statement were the American Jewish Committee, American Jewish Congress, Association of Jewish Chaplains in the Armed Forces. B'nai B'rith. Jewish Labor Committee. Jewish War Veterans, National Community Relations Advisory Council, National Council of Jewish Women, Synagogue Council of America, and Union of American Hebrew Congregations. Declaring that "world Communism is a deadly menace to freedom and peace, which menace must be resisted," the statement said that "not all the self-styled enemies of Communism are friends of liberty." "General Franco actively and openly supported the forces that for a time enslaved Europe and sought to suppress civil liberties and religious freedom," the statement continued. "For America to bolster financially this ruthless dictator is to betray the faith of those who died for liberty on th battlefields of the world." Thi organizations commenued President Truman and the Secretary of State for their "forthright opposition to the proposed loan" and deplored the "recent action of the Senate in singlini'. cut the Spanish povernment for preferential consideration outside the regular channels of the ExportImport Bank." Editor. Jewish Floridian, Dear Sir: On guard. Jews! The renegade, the informer, the betrayer of "his" people is in our midst. He calls himself the Reverend Schmeel. or other appropriate cognomen. You wonder at that "reverend" business. It is neither fish, nor fowl, nor good red herring. The rest of his announcement disarms ycu. He is, we are informed, going to deliver a lecture about the Holy Land, having just returned from Israel. This last makes everything right again. You attend the lecture. He shows you pictures of his visit. He is posed with political leaders of Jews in the Land of Israel. His words are interspersed with Yiddish phrases, or a quotation from the Bible, he rings in too many "the Lords," until you perceive you've a missionary to Jews to deal with. The rascal is trying to lead you away from God to something else. You question him "I believe in God, what do you believe in?" and the Reverend goes into a lony-winded dissertation about "prophecy," so different from the Oneness of our belief, that you become confused, so mystifying, you wonder if God Himself could unravel the mystery of what the fellow is preaching. Very trulv yours, ROBERT HAVERMAN Cantor Waldman Will Lead Grossinger Rites GROSSINGER. N. Y.—Cantor |l..bele Waldman will conduct the High Holy Day services at the Grossinger Hotel and Country Club. He will bi' assisted by 'Samuel Sterner and his choir. A rabbi will oversee the services; and. as in past year, Meyer Pesin. editor of the Jersey City, N. J. "Jewish Si indard," will deliver the sermons. Paris. August 11, 1950 Editor. The Jewish Floridian Dear Sir: While strolling along Avenue Opera, I met Harry Simonhoff. He presented me with the most precious of gifts, a copy of The Jewish Floridian. Yes, I must admit that reading your paper from cover to cover made me very happy. It was delightful to hear about all my friends in Greater Miami and West Palm Beach. Please send me your paper to Box 1222. West Palm Beach, as I of September 1. Yours DAVID KATZ I Tropical Women To Fete Kids At r.iiili.n Homo Tropical Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will entertain the dents of the National Children's Cardiac Home at a party on Sunday, August 27. at the home, 4250 West Elagler St. Highlight of the afternoon will be a show presented bv the Elise Ehrman Studio of Dance. Mrs. Dave Klein will play the piano. Mrs. Louis Wilson is chairman of the affair. Her aides includes the Mesdames Joe Wiener. Murray Silberman and Roy Levy. Refreshments will' be provided by Miami Home Milk. Bowling Leader to Conier With B'nai B'rith Council Maurice .1. Marenberg of Toledo. Ohio, founder and president of the 'ial B'nai B'rith Bowlin sociation, will confer with repi %  sentatives of the B'nai Council a! the Promenade Hotel on Sunday evi 11111-. August 27. according to an announcement by C. R. Jacobson, council director. Plans will he oul I r the organization of new B'nai B bowlin;; teams an.I for thi di velopment of inter-lodgi bowling tournaments. The B'nai B'rith Bowling Association now includes more than 1600 lodg membership exceeding 8.000. Jewish Education Panel To Highlight Sliolriii Lo pani i m the subjei I "Is OMI Jewish \ ..11; %  ed ioi Life?" will highlight thi meeting Lou :utive 01 of thi Bui %  I .! %  Education. \. >• %  quacj of Ji .'• sh in our panel was community. Mauri Gi ssman, timely in center as it affects the youth tment and Rabbi Max ipiro will discuss the function synagogue in supplying : itual guidance to the youth of lay. Moderator for the panel will be Rabbi Morris Skop. The Sholem Lodge meeting date has been placed forward one week to September 5 because of the holidays, it was explained by David Stuzin, lodge program chairman. The education month considered especially view of the current the Mian ation of children by their h Community Center, will parents in the community's rer You Can Have Strong, Quiet, Ageless Floors in Your Home... or Any Building ^ Formal presentation of a Medal of Merit is made lo Senator Claude Pepper by national vice commander of Jewish War Veterans, Hylan H. Kout, and Al Ossip, Commander of Miami Beach Post, who is looking on. The Medal of Merit was awarded Jo Senator Pepper at the 54th Annual Encarnnment of the Jewish War Veterans at Miami Beach, Florida irT October, 1949, for outstanding public service in furthering American unity and security. Senator Pepper was out of the city at lime the Medal was cast and ready for formal presentation. 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PAGE SIX vJenisfi naridHaw FRIDAY, AUGUST Fremermans Wed At Sundav, Will Reside Gables Center In Missouri Judith Block, is the daughter of j Mr. and Mrs. Hugo J. Block. 4870 S.W. 5th Terr. The bridegroom's parents are the James L. Fremermans of Lake Lotawana. Wearing a white satin gown which she designed and made herself, the bride carried a colonial bouquet of spring flowers. The gown featured a lace yoke and sleeves Mr. Block gave his daughter in marriage. Miss Abbie Sunshine served as maid of honor in a gown of sky blue satin with marquisette and Miss Paula Price, bridesmaid, wore sky blue marquisette. Renee Fine, flower girl, was attired in pink organdy. Marvin Fremerman was his brother's best man. Irwin and Eddie Block, brothers of the bride, seated guests. The couple is honeymooning in the Bahamas. For traveling the former Miss Block wore a navy faille dress with navy and white accessories. 3er ii • %  (! Fremerman %  In will be the • ui Mr .in,I Mrs. Bernard .1. Fn n whose marriage pi.ui' Sunday .it 3 p.m. at les Jewish Center. \ reception followed the cerethe former Miss Betrothal Announced e betrothal of Estelle Zeld-' tn David J. Ashen, son of' and Mis Louis Ashen.; i rford, X J.. has been an! n need by her mother. Mrs. %  e Goldman. The wedding will take place on August 24 in the Jansen Suite ci the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel. York C • The prospective bridegroom is • mber of the law firm of Kipp. n, and Somerville, RutherHe was graduated from nbia University and Rutgers School. He is a veteran of '. '•'.' Id War II. having served in ; '. • Pacific Theatre. e bride-elect's mother operthe Levitt Hotel in Fallsburg. I N Y.. and the International. i Beach. Mrs. Frome Honors Daughter On Birthday Mrs. Rae Frome was hostess at a party in honor of the thirteenth birthday of her daughter. Frances, on Saturday night at her home. Guests were Eunice Cook. Dolores Cheinof. Roberta Fisher. Marcia Sabal, Phyllis Pearl, Linda Mehler, Roberta Koerner. Barbara Cohen. Martha Bernstein. Elaine Lerner, Alan Morgenstern. Fred Storch. Richard Sachs. Robert Bernstein. Sheldon Frome, Fred Berger. Richard Sernaker, David Tower. Bertram Tower. Leonard Kessler. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Sachs. Isadore Zamansky and Mrs. Muriel Tower. Mary I in Freedman Marvlin Freedman Betrothal Told Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Freedman. 3029 S.W. 7th St.. have announced the betrothal of their daughter, Marylin, to Clarence Siegel. son of the Samuel Siegels. 1132 N.W. 7th Ave. The wedding will take place in the fall. Both prospective bride and bridegroom are alumni of Miami Senior High. Mr. Siegel also attended the University of Miami and is now in business in Coral Gables. Sylvia Tupler Wed To Lester Levy The Sherry Frontenac Hotel was the setting for the wedding of Miss Sylvia Ann Tupler to Lester j J. Levy on July 30 at 1 p.m. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan read the service. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Faye Tupler, 1955 Calais l Drive, Miami Beach. Mr. Levy's mother is Mrs. Pearl K. Levy of New Orleans, La. Given in marriage by her uncle, Irving Greenburg, the bride wore a ballerina-length gown of ice blue tulle. Lace mitts and a shoulder-length veil of matching tulle completed her ensemble. She carried a white orchid and valley j lilies on a prayerbook. Mrs. Gershon Miller, sister of the bride, served as matron of honor. Michel Levy of New Orleans was his brother's best man. Following the ceremony, a dinner was held in the Pompadour Room of the hotel. Besides the bridegroom's mother and brother, out-of-town guests included the bridegroom's aunt, Mrs. James Pinski of Chicago. After a motor trip to New York, the newlyweds are residing at 2175 Bay Drive, Normandy Isle. Extra FLAVOR... Extra FRESHNESS... Extra ENJOYMENT... at HO extra cost!// I. ui ui liti'if HERRING I V Ready4o-eat out <>f llie jjr — deli%  iouily flavored illi union*, vinegar and -]iii • %  -. \-k your grocer! Distributed Exclusively by: BREAKSTONE BROS.. INC. 1713 N.W. 7h ATO.. Miami Phone: 82-4731 1 Personally Speaking Mr. and Mrs. Cal Pont have moved into their new home at 4221 S.W. 13th Terr. %  %  %  Mr. and Mrs. William D. Singer and family will return to Miami on September 6 after a tour of Europe and Israel. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Glasser are vacationing in the mountains in the North. Agnes Iserson, of the Agnes Specialty Shop, Coconut Grove, is spending a three weeks vacation with her sister and brotherin-law at Cape Cod, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Max Messer left Thursday for a two-week vacation in Hendersonville, N. C. Dr. and Mrs. Charles Werblow recently returned from a two month stay in Europe. While in London they were the guests of Lord ar,l Lady Julian Melchett, who plan to come to Miami to return the visit at an early date. The Werblows also visited France, Italy and Switzerland. Mi. and Mrs. Isidore B. Simkowitz announce the birth of a daughter. Sara Miriam, on August 14 at Mt. Sinai Hospital. They are the parents of two other children, Elizabeth and Michael. Wagner-Lewis Nuptials Will Be Held Sunday Mrs. Ethel Lewis, daughter of Jacob Weiss of 2530 S.W. 25th Ave., Miami, will be married to Solomon Wagner on Sunday, August 27. at 2 p.m. at the home of the bride-to-be, 2451 S.W. 25th St. The double ring ceremony will be performed by Norman R. Lyons, Miami attorney and friend of the family. The bride will be given in marriage by her father, and will be attended by her sister, Mrs. Maurie Cohen. Abraham Wagner and Sol Bloom will be the bridegroom's attendants. Mrs. Lewis is executive secretary of the Southwest Civic League, and Mr. Wagner is a de| partment manager of Food Fc| : Stores. 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FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1950 >Jewish fhrkUan PAGE THREE I'll Say Bergen-Belaen is a normal German town about 2Vi Ihours by train from Hamburg. The inhabitants appear tn be the usual phlegmatic Teutons. They protest [their innocence of the atrocities that went on in their neighborhood. The people, it is said, wish to change the name of their city, which has become a synonym \f or the beastly and the horrible. Today's Serenity Awe drive into the camp proper, which is some nee from the town, the lines from Shakespeare's ,rd II occur to me: "Let's talk of graves, of worms, and epitaphs. Make dust our paper, and with rainy eyes Write sorrow on the bosom of the earth. For nothi^? can we call our own but death And thai small model of the barren earth Which serves as paste and cover to our bones." jally, there is nothing doleful about the Lager [ts paved roads suggest a well kept city. The of comfortable concrete apartments were the r dwellings of S.S. officers and are now used he British. The well built tenements are now occupied by the remaining Jewish D.P.'s. The tents the original wooden barracks of the Kazett are n.i longer to be seen. The barbed wire fences have disappeared. Mass Graves A mad sign directs the sightseer to the mass graves ,i mile from the administration buildings. He soon finds a number of flat mounds several feet higher i than the ground level. Each bears a plaque such as: "Here He 5000 bodies." The numbers vary. Thfv gas Ichambers and the crematoria were all destroyed by the British. The reason given out: typhus was raging when the allied armies entered. It would seem that chemicals could easily disinfect the one-story concrete stalls, especially after the barracks were all burned. But the English military mentality is noted [for its lack of imagination. The International Memorial On the site of the furnaces stands a tall slab, shaped (like the Washington monument. It faces a 50x200 feet concrete platform, backed by a wall of the same length. On this wall are inscriptions in eight languages. One is cryptic enough: Patria Belgia Memor. The English sign reads: To the Memory of All Those Bergen-Belsen and Dachau %  By HARRY SIMONHOFF Who Died in This Place. The French translation in essence is: Here thousands o/ Frenchmen have been exterminated, whose sole crimewas devotion to France, and their refusal to adopt the ideas of the invader. My best rendition of the Latin is: Known and unknown died here and have suffered under the cruel hands of the executions. Weary of these crimes, the merciful vengeance of God finally came to the rescue of an unfortunate humanity. Its Inadequacy What inept, vapid epitaphs for so colossal a catastrophe! This memorial is the work of an international committee, selected from the leading nations. Yet its mental process is quite baffling to ordinary folk. Why didn't they also inscribe a statement in German? Were they afraid the ex-Nazis would be offended if told of their ghastly behavior? But the crowning folly is the omission of any statement in Hebrew or Yiddish. Didn't these stuffed shirts knowthat Jews were by far the largest of all the martyred groups? As pedants, they probably reasoned that Jews were included among the nationals in the languages represented. But Hitler made it plain enough that his sole reason for their extermination was their Jewish race. The Jewish Grave Stone The Central Jewish Committee of the British Zone filed a strong protest. Immediately, they erected a memorial, several hundred feet from the international Denkmal. Reflecting the mood of the surviving D.P.'s, two plaques under the fitting symbol of broken trees, read in English and in Hebrew: Israel and the world shall remember the thirty thousand Jews exterminated in the concentration camp of Bergen-Belsen at the hands of murderous Nazis. Eartli, conceal not the blood shed on thee. The somnolent Gentile committee finally woke up. They will, I am told, remove "the Russian words and in lieu thereof place an inscription in Hebrew. Dachau In Munich, the capital of Bavaria, the guide shows what is left of the churches, libraries, universities, monasteries, museums, scientific academies, art galleries—in short, all the institutions that made for decent, civilized living. Yet it takes but 20 minutes by auto to reach Dachau. Here in the American Zone, the horrifying souvenirs of Nazi savagery are preserved intact. It would be wise for historians to make photos and detailed descriptions of these concentration camps. For as soon as the U.S. occupation forces pull out, the Germans will immediately demolish the proofs of their bestiality. Gas Chambers Here are the same mounds of mass graves as in Bergen-Belsen. A concrete wall with cubicles -:i ws the kennels of the trained bloodhounds, which were let loose on human beings to satisfy their bun and thirsty ferocity. Wooden pickets, spannitl trench, served as a platform for condemned inn Machine gunned in mass, their blood would drain off through this floor into the earth. These and devices of sadistic blood lust made the gas chan seem humane. In the gas chambers, at least, tl marked for death were lulled into a false sense of security. Several hundred were brought ini i ante chamber and stripped of all clothes. Tinthere merely to take a bath. Through the door, they' could see the gadgets of make believe showers. Only when the gas came through the vents in the floor did they know their lives wore confined to sev -ral minutes. Through a small side window, the attendant watched their final contortions. Crematoria The bodies were then placed on iron stretchers and carried into the crematorium. Like a huge loaf of bread it was shoved into the hot oven and burned to ashes. There are but three furnaces in the new crematorium and two in the old one. They could hardly keep pace with the wholesale output of the gas chambers. Thus the necessity for cremating is not quite clear. Whv did the Nazis go to the trouble? Mass burial was faster and far less complicated. Of course, the ashes in wooden urns were, for a consideration, sold to the family of the cremated. All these disclosures have not made the slightest impression on the stolid German soul. Even inanimate nature seems more sensitive. The guide shows j sturdy tree in the center of Dachau. It was used by the S.S. for hanging men to frighten other prisoners. This tree is now withering. Its leaves no longer bloom, their grey color presents a contrast to the deep green on the other trees. Gables Registration ; Schedule Announced Registration for the Coral Gables Ijewish Center Religious Schools %  is scheduled for Sunday, Sep"fember 3, irom'*l0 a.m. to 12 noon, with Sunday school classes beginning September 10. Hebrew school will get underway Thursday. September 7, at 3:30 p.m. All classes will be under the supervision of Rabbi Morris Skop. Mrs. Ralph Bargteil is principal of the Sunday school. The youngest group to be en: % %  lied will be the four-year old p \ -school children and will inilude all classes through confirmation. Further information may be obtained by calling the ti mple office at 48-8073. ESTHER SHULMAN ALTERATIONS DRESSMAKING Also Men's Alterations Formerly of Lincoln Road Now Located at 1060 S.W. 36th Ct. Ph. 48-4464 Let BERNIE SAFFER Worry ... About Your FOOD Entertainment and the other thousand details for your Weddings. Bar Mitavahs. Engagements, Lawn Parties, Coclrtail Parties, Children Parties. Meetings. Buffets. A Complete Caterinq Service Mi PHONE 3-5463 N 'QHTS. SUNDAYS A HOLIDAYS S-4S4S N.W. 7tli St. Off MUml Av.. Share* I nil To Hold House Party Sharet Chapter of B'nai B'rith Young Women will hold its annual three-day house party at the Sorrento Hotel from August 25 to 27, according to Beverly Koch, president. The social program will include dancing, swimming, entertainment and a wiener roast. Members of the group who recently attended the organization's national convention in Washington, D. C, include Romesa Rosenthai, Arline Cohen, Trudi Lach, Charlotte Coddon and Rosa.yn Morris. At the meet Miss Rosenthai was elected second vice president of District No. 5 and Miss Morris, a past district president, was appointed district counsellor. Guest speaker at the last Sharet meeting was Avorian Yotlar. native of Israel who is now attending the University of Miami. Yotlar discussed the problems which confront the new nation. Canadian .lows Laud Country's Stand On Korea The Jewish community of Canada strongly endorsed the deI claration of Canadian policy on Korea in a leiegram which Samuel Bronfman, national president of the Canadian Jewish Congress sent to Prime Minister St. Laurent. Bronfman stated in his telegram that. "The overwhelming majority of Canadians will commend you for your frank appraisal of Canada's international position with particular reference to the Korean situation and for the declaration of policy which will motivate the Canadian public through its government in meeting the great challenge which the police action in Korea manifests. Our generation has witnessed two cataclysmic wars which presaged an attack on the very foundations of civilization. The Korean aggression, master-minded from other lands, is a messenger of evil tidings unless the champions of decency, fair play and political | sanity join together to stop this i prologue before it becomes an even more tragic drama Canada has determined, with other likej minded colleagues of the United' Nations, that it will join in plans j to bring to an end the aggression which, if continued, can only lead to total war. This engenders serious discussion and the public is rightly taken into the confidence of its leaders. Canadian, therefore, despite the impact of world events, will feel that their burden ir. lightened by the forthright and courageous attitude enunciated for Canada by its Prime Minister. The Canadian Jewish Congress endorses the declared policy as a mark of leadership and farsightedness which will contribute to the joint efforts of the democracies to repel aggression." JEWISH CUISINE LUNCHEON SPECIALS SANDWICHES SOUR CREAM WITH COTTAGE CHEESE SOUR CREAM WITH VEGETABLES Air-Conditioned "I Mexxanine Floor Mr. H. Zaidman of the The Beautiful, Modern and AIR CONDITIONED CONG. BETH TFILAH 935 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach Announce* That High Holiday Tickets may be secured every day in the office of the Synagogue and every evening from the Seating Committee (except on the Sabbath) Rabbi Joseph E. tkkovsky Our Spiritual Leader, Rabbi and Cantor known as The Ycriislialmv Will Conduct the Services and Deliver the Sermon Since the capacity of the synagogue is limited all seats must be reserved. NO ONE will be admitted without a ticket. Anyone who is ABSOLUTELY unable to pay for seats may obtain tickets free. Do not fail to procure your tickets. No Admission Without Tickets H. Zaidman. Chairman Board of Governors William Roihman. Chairman Seating Committee Dade Kosher Market 153 N. W. 5th Street Telephone 3-1430 Will Be Happy to Serve You Plan For Your Holiday Needs NOW! Place Your Order in Advance and We Will Guarantee That You Will Serve the Highest t|uality W T estern Meats and Selected Poultry At Your Holidav Meals Free Delivery Throughout Greater Miami Shop With Confidence Where the Customer Is Alwnyn Right Under the supervision of The Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth Rabbi Joseph E. Rackorsky, Director Listen to WINZ on Sundays from Noon to 1:46 and Tuesdays 6-7 P.M.



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RIDAY. AUGUST 25, 1950 Cantor Tambor to ierve At Beth El ^•JmistiOcrHfan Dr. Ben Elias Called %  • % %  Zionists Chart Drive I* or Members C lor Jacob E. Tambor ICantor Jacob E. Tambor has en elected to serve as perma|: ntor of Congregation Beth il lias been announced by %  ney 11. Palmer, congregation i nt. Cantor Tambor was born in J: J in 1915. At the age of 11 I • ired the countryside accomkying his father who was a welling cantor. At 13 he subluti'd for his father in a last Bute emergency when the latter 1ken ill in the synagogue on ill Hashona morning. After ee years of intensive study at Hungarian Yeshiva, Tambor iied privately under the forest tutors of Hebraic liturgy in rope. He came to the United ]tes in 1930 to continue his rse of study under Olefsky. Jong his teachers were Mendele %  piro. Schnipolsky, and other led cantorial authorities. Cantor Tambor comes to Beth %  from the Beth Joseph Center, Chester, N. Y. Previously he %  red with Washington Heights I gation and Temple Beth El I iklyn. He will officiate at I High Holiday services and p: Sabbath throughout the To Israelite Center Appointment of Dr. A. Ben Elias as spiritual leader of the IsraeliteCenter has been announced by Irving Sperling, presDr. Ben Elias, who will conduct services and supervise the center's religious school is a graduate of Theological College Meah Shearin in Jerusalem. He received his Ph D from the University of Berlin and has held the pulpit at Congregation Shomray Hadath in Chicago and Aguduth Achim in rranklm Square, L. I. In the realm oi public activities Dr. Ben Elias was founder and executive director of the ProPalestine Federation of America dedicated to Christian-Jewish cooperation in behalf of Zionist projects in Palestine. He also organized the American Christian Conrerence of Jewish Problems held at the Astor Hotel in NewYork in 1936. Editor of the ProPalestine Herald, the rabbi is an author and lecturer on problems of the Near East. The new spiritual leader spoke to the group last week. He will assume his duties prior to the High Holy Days. Registration for the religious school will be held Sunday and Monday, August 27 and 28, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., according to Mrs. Esther Cohen, chairman of the school committee. All children must be accompanied by their parents. Plans for its annual dinner and an extensive membership campaign were formulated at a refent board meeting of the Miami Beach Zionist District held at the home of President Alex Van Straaten. .Burnett Roth, membership ch;/.man. was named to head the drive, which will be coupled with a complete educational program. under the direction of Sydney J. Grcenberg, education chairman. Also discussed at the meeting were plans for the annual Southeastern regional conference to be held in Miami Beach during November. Public membership meetings of the district will be held the first : 1 hursday of each month, beginning November 2. and board meetings arc set for the third Monday oi each month. In conjunction with these plans, a speakers' bureau will be set up to service the community. | Present at the meeting were Daniel M. Broad, Sam Prosterman, Rabbi Moses Meseheloff Rabbi Moshay P. Mann, Philip Edelman. Ben Zion Ginsburg. Dr. Z. I. Sabshin, Harry Platoff. Joseph Pardo, Harry J. Son/. Bernard S. Feiner, Sydney J. Greenberg. Seymour B. Liebman. I Philip Salmon, Judge Kenneth Oka, I. R. Goodman. Gilbert Rappaport, David C. Goodman, Harold Shapiro. David Goodwin and Abe Schafer. Original street lights were fiber fches. 'JU IAKU REEL $4.95 REGULAR $10 VALUE $•100 J T NHON LINE |50 FHI 45 PM THI |Ui.lm LEADER WIRE. 25 "§Hm ft Nu. IS CKll. Ri. 3 5c fLEX RODS StpS $*S0 fnular $14.95. NOW PLY FLEX ROD p. no fFLUECER FISH HOOKS lm !„ i_ 100 R„. $2.50 9UC JLY FLEX GLASS ROD J" S19.95 JlEAVY BOAT POO. I*., $12.50 FARGE ALUMINUM Kadassah Women Raise $9,000,000 NEW YORK, (JTA)—Hadassah raised $9,000,000 during the past ten-and-a-half months for its projects in Israel and it,s work in the United States, and gained 10.000 members during the same period, it was reported at the Hadassah convention now taking place here. The 2,000 delegates attending the convention heard a report given by Moshe Kol, chairman of the Youth Immigration Department of the Jewish Agency in : Jerusalem, on the problems which the Agency now faces in trying j to bring to Israel as many Jewish children from European countries as possible. "At this very moment Youth Aliyah is racing against time," Mr. Kol said, "to deliver 35.000 Jewish children from the Iron Curtain countries to Israel. T.here are j 20,000 in Poland and Rumania J whose doors are currently open to Jewish emigration." An all-out effort must be made to rescue I these children, because if international tension should increase or war break out, fate would be black lor Jewish youth in these nations where they are considered 'undesirable elements'." There were 15,000 Jewish children in Hungary where Jewish emigration is still considered illegal, Mr. Kol disclosed. Thuje Hungarian children, who have found their way into Israel, he said, have done so through devious routes and from transit Rabbi Leon Kronish of Temple Beth Sholom recently returned from an extended stay in New York, where he attended the Institutes for Ministers at the Union Theological Seminary at Columbia University and studied at the library of the Jewish Institute of Religion. While in New York, Rabbi Kronish delivered a major radio address on the national hookup of the Message of Israel program on July 2. camps in friendly nations. 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Horowitz, spiritual leader of the newly organized Eitz Chaim Congregation. Tides Hotel. Miami Beach, will conduct High Holy Day services and chant Musef. Thereafter the rabbi, who has served as senior rabbinic adviser in this area for the past 15 years, will officiate at services twice daily and hold study sessions on Saturday afternoon. Reservations for the holiday services may be made by calling the Tides Hotel at 5-6701. An oyster can produce 114.000,000 eggs during its lifetime. Dr. George Balber Wishes to Announce the Remo^ of His Offices (or the General Practice of Dentistry to the Physicians Building 1431 North Bayshore Drive Miami. Florida Just Bouth ••!' Venetian Causeway Telephone 82-0602 .' c* tfh6"& THE SMART SHOE THAT'S RtALLY COMFORTABLE! f^mejv^ FEATURES FOUND IN NO OTHER SHOES m ^ ITS ftOTUfs ukksrjon shoes because they hove, beside excellent fitting quolilies, certain special comfort features (patented). 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PAGE TEN yJewish ncrHiar FRIDAY. AUGUST Returning lo Miami from Camp Keystone for Girls n Bey; in Odess?, Flo.ida, are (I. lo r.) Miriam Berzof. Jackie Simon. Bill Kaufman ar.d Donr.a Simon. Miriam, who is the daughter of Mr. and Mis. H. G. Berzof. 67S N.E. 67th St.. has attended Camp Keystone for the past three years. She has received awards for excellence in dramatics, horsemanship, crafts and sports. Donna and Betty are the daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Simon. 7116 Bay Drive. Miami Beach. Fourteen-year-old Donna, a counselorin-lraining, has won citations for crafts, swimming, horsemanship, canoeing and sportsmanship while her nine-year-old sister walked away with first place honors at a recent h^rse show ?-4 wi" awards in dramatics, swimming and diving. The son of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Kaufman. Bill, who is 10. has been cited for his swimming, canoeing, horsemanship, marksmanship and athletics. Radio Drama To Depict Fight Against Bigotry The uphill fiRht of a doctor to win the respect of his intolerant bors will be depicted when Workshop f >r Democracy presents the radi i drama "A Party I „ the Doctor" on Sunday. • 27. at T:4."> p.m. over stati n WMIE. PI ived by a oast of local I by B %  tures the organ music ol -•. K The entin %  sistant diector < Fl irida regi >nal the Anti-J ati >n th. • in "A I Beach Zionists Agents For Service To Israel Miami Youth, 19, Hurl. In Korea Pfc Alfred C. Silverman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer B. Silverman. 36 N.W. 25th Ave.. has been wounded while fighting in Korea. the Department of Defense disclosed. Silverman, 19. an infantryman with the 34th regiment, was injured by an exploding grenade and is recovering in a Tokyo pital. A native Miamian. the young man is a former Technical High School stud.'lit. He enlisted in 1949 and was stationed on Sasboe island. Japan, when the fighting broke out. serves traditional schooUth it the Unitee Registration brew s a.m. to 5 p.m. out the United States'^dhJ Registration for kindSrT^ and Hebrew school is h e H from 9am to s ..-.'. Hebrew School Discloses High Holy Day Plans Mian ew Srhn1 and On! gregation has completed plans for High Holiday services, according I Jack Stone, president. Cant Berele Kelemer will chant the services assisted by a i of Hebrew school I li nts, Rabbi Simon April will delivi ins. Tickets ai e n s lie at the si building, 1101 S.W. 12th Ave.. excepting Sabbath.! from 8 to 10. Mr. and Mrs, William Wien! i i-chairman of the 1 A squai e inch ol skin may %  :i,ui)0 sweat glands. Obituaries SAMUEL A. GOLDEN -• %  Euclid Ave panned awayj Monday. A liquor store proprietor, Mr. %  ;..ia, ii came her* from Washington Mi yearn :i^f Miami Reach The remain* were sent to Waxhington foi Interment bj the i;..,. I, Ri\ eraide Memorial Chapel. f jr Israel. Inc :... i All x Van Straaten pi leni 235 Lin In R the are., may purchase kosher tood packages, as well as electrical appliance for shipment to Israel. The food parcels range in price from S10.50 to S19.50 and the appliances are especially geared for Israel's electrical system. "With the present austerity program in the new nation, these items are a boon to Israeli citizens," Seymour Liebman, program chairman, said. Further information about the new service may be secured by calling Mrs. Doris Pardo, executive secretary, at 58-4643. North Dade Center Plans Holiday Rites Plans have been completed for H g] Holiday si rvices at the le Jewish Center. 13630 West Dixie Highway, North Milling to an announcement from the center religious c n nitta be obtained by '-7433 or 84-1216. :. g stration tor religious school be made with Joseph Keller, 610 N.E. 139th St.. North Miami. MRS. AMELIA POLLACEK ul 121 Polllna Ave., passed away | Saturda> In .1 local hospital She was I".111 in Bohemia and came to Miami Beach from N-w York City. She leaven her daughters, Mrs. Ann tSoldenherg. ol Miami, and Mrs Julia liner, ol thBronx: six grandchlldrep ...,,i three great-grandchildren. Th= wen "Hi '( New York J-" • -r j. ... and bui lal bj the Bead % %  rside Memorial Chapel, Qdhn CHICKS SQUPS WITH •WsK>\ MATZOH \ jrt BALLS • ^ 3 letU* titan eoe*! Beth David Holiday Tickets Now On Sale Tu-kets for the High Holidayservices at Beth David Congregation are now on sale and reservations may be made at the new svnagogue, Mondays through Thursdays between 7:30 and 9:30 p.m. and on Sunday between 10 and 12 a.m. or by calling 3-1970 or 9-3469. The Holiday service this year will feature a twelve voice choir under the direction of Leon Shiff. Cantor, Instructor Arrive To Assume Duties Here Cantor Abraham Seif, who was %  recently elected permanent cantor of Kneseth Israel Congregation, arrived this week to make his permanent home on the Beath. I Cantor Seif will begin his regular %  services on Saturday, September j 2, at the midnight Slichos' services. On Thursday the newly apI pointed Hebrew teacher and youth director of the synagogue. David J. Gorlin. also arrived with his wife to assume his duties starting Monday, September 4. Rabbi Isaac H. Ever, spiritual | leader,"announced that Mrs. Gorlin, who is the daughter of the famous rabbi and educational' I leader. Rabbi Chaim Karlinsky of Brooklyn, will be the new teacher I for the kindergarten for children from the ages of four to six. Classes will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. daily starting September 4. The reorganized Hebrew school and kindergarten are now affilii ated with the Mizrachi National ; Education Committee, which' "A GOOD NAME ia more to ba treasured them rick*,'GORDON FUNERAL HOME SYMBOLIZES EVERY THING A GOOD NAME IMPLIES For 25 years the nan* GORDON has been usociated with service to Greater Miami Jewish causes In your time of need lei us help you as we hive done for other grateful families GORDON 710 S.W. 12th 'Ana* Phone 3-3431 or 9-1436 F. J. AHERN Funeral Director HOROWITZ MARGARETEN WITH .;;,^ v KREPLACH r CONDENSED KOSHER ATTRACTIVE WIDOW Seeks acquaintance with a gentleman of fine calibre; 55-60 years of age. Mrs. K. Box 2973. Miami 18 WHEN YOU TAKE VITAMINS CANNED CHICKEN SOUPS WITH V NOODLES Th. to.f. letlt you Ifi th Mm* lelli you it'i Ko*rl The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHI The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association, P.i-tiowM Agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, warns thl puW| 1. That only stores where the sign of the GMVH "" are displayed are endorsed by the Vaad; 2. That only chickens with the ring of the GMVH ; are endorsed by the Vaad as kosher; 3. That only FRESHLY KILLED chickens with the ring oft" GMVH may be purchased in the live poultry market I 4. That COLD chickens in the live poultry market cannot MI endorsed by the Vaad because they may be Over Zman: I 5. Not to be misled by statements such as "traditional mewl served" under the impression that they are kosher: .1 6. That stores which are not endorsed by the Greats: MM _Vaad are not allowed to use the ring 01 the GMVn For other information about Kashruth call our Director. Rabbi Joi*| E. Rnckovsky. 818 Michigan Avenue, Telephone 5 3535. HARRY SIRKIN, Pres. H. SOOTlM.| A. M BEAR. Vice Pres. S. LOBEL. Distributed by PALM IMS I HUM I OISS. IXC. 14 N.E. 24th St..Miami 37, Ha. 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fewiislbJEIIiDipidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY JLUME 23—NUMBER 34 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1950 PRICE: TEN CENTS 1,000 Jewish DP's Through Vienna IENNA. (JTA)—More than 0 Jews displaced persons passed through Vienna on way to new home abroad end of World War II, | L.revealed here on the fifth J iry of the formation of linti-i national Organization for nsicnt Jews in Vienna. group was formed in 1945 |n. immediately following the Tation of hostilities. Jews from J parts of Europe streamed Lugh here on their way to kstine. Most of the Jewish found refuge in the RothsJ Hospital building or in one hi five other refugee centers (ted here. iventy percent of the 1,400 fish DP's still residing in refu1 camps here are expected to In Israel by the end of this f. It is grl.erally believed that 1951. the problem of transient fish DP's in Vienna will be llvfd. Rothschild Hospital will Tiably then revert to being j By a hospital rather than a I Intic refugee shelter. onislaw Teichholtz. president Jie International Refugee Orj Jzation for Transient Jews in j pna since its inception, paid praise for the aid of the Ed powers in Austria and rially thanked the Joint Dis%  tion Committee. World Jewpongress, ORT and the Jewish icy for their "maintaining shipping the refugees lugh Austria." He also thanked I Austrian government for hav|given refuge to Jews who fled from neighboring countries. Myers Accepts Bid From Ben Gurion, Locker To Attend Parley In Israel Stanley C. Myers, president of the National Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, will accept the invitation extended by Israel's Premier, David Ben Gurion, and Beryl Locker, head of the Jewish Agency, to join in an important conference of the Joint Planninq Board on September 3 in Jerusalem. The Joint Planning Board is composed of the Jewish Agency, and the Government of Israel. The conference will deal with immigration and development plans; also methods of operation and financing. Mr. Myers will leave Miami August 31 for New York where he will board an airliner for Israel to attend the conference on September 3, 4 and 5. Spanish Paper Charges Jews Oppose Loan To Franco ? To Aid Communism" Israel Seeks Loan Of Billion Dollars TEL AVIV, (JTA)—Although the danger of a new world war has been averted through the action of the United Nations and the United States in Korea, there is still the possibility of a major conflict between the United States and the Soviet Union, where most of the Jews of the world live today. This opinion was expressed here | this week by Premier David Ben I # ... Lourie Warns Arabs About Peace Delay NEW YORK, (JTA)—The allegation that opposition in the United States to the proposed American $100,000,000 loan for Spain has been organized by U.S. Jews "to help Communism" is made in a long dispatch filed by the Iew York correspondent of El Diario Vasco, a leading newspaper in San Sebastian, the New York Times reports from Madrid. "Statistics that natually are not published," the dispatch said, ipt. Moses First larine Flier Killed ^I'MTER, S. C, (JTA) — Word vived here this week that plain Vivien M. Moses, a pnber of one of South CaroIdest and most prominent jsh families, was the first Irine Corps aviator to be killed | action in Korea. ^apt. Moses was a nephew of |iiid Marine Corps Major GenEmile P. Moses. Another He. Herbert A. Moses, is a Jdi %  : %  of the United Jewish Apin Sumter and a former airman of the Sumter Jewish blfa:e Fund. ppecial Jewish memorial servwere conducted aboard a pal aircraft carrier off the pan coast on August 4. All pds stood at attention as fiskor" was recited. A marine je squad fired a volley in honor the 27-year-old captain. "Jeath came to Captain Moses prtly after he was first shot |wn and rescued by a marine ucopter off the Korean coast. was aboard the carrier less an an hour when he took off on f last mission. He was flying I close tactical support of marine pantry units. Lt. Doyle H. Cole, Fort Smith, Ark., Capt. Moses' Ingman, who was also shot down |itl enemy ground fire apparentknocked out the oil line of the Jjsair plane. [Capt. Moses attended Clemson ft'l his junior year in 1943, when quit to enlist in the Marines, was born in Sumter and was ^married. He is survived by his (other, Mrs. Charlotte E. Moses, Y sister, and three brothers, fle family is known in the South I TK 5 lnterest in Jewish affairs. II ne captain's uncle, Gen Moses, las largely responsible for the fvelopment and adaptation to liitary use of amphibious traces and the use of ramps on I'Kgins boats which facilitated farine landing assaults in the F^ 10 during World War II. f": Moses commanded the t arine base at Parris Island, S. C. Ten this Jewish Groups Hit Stockholm Peace Appeal NEW YORK, (JTA) — major Jewish organizations week denounced the "Stockholm Appeal" and characterized as a "despicable divide-and-conquer tactic" the circulation of a version of the pro-Communist petition directed specifically to Jewish groups. In a statement released here, the Jewish organizations called upon "all who wish to serve the peace of the world and the preservation of freedom to reject, with calm and common-sense, the Stockholm Appeal." The organizations charged that "those who assist the unscroupulus Communist aggressors in advancing this instrument of their destructive purposes make use of every device of confusion and distortion." Organizations which signed the statement were: American Jewish Committee; American Jewish Congress; Anti-Defamation League; Association of Jewish Chaplains in the Armed Forces; B'nai B'rith; Jewish Labor Committee; Jewish War Veterans of U.S.A.; National Community Relations Advisory Council; National Council of Jewish Women; and Union of American Hebrew Congregations. Declaring that the fraudulence of the appeal directed to Jews is "transparent" the statment pointed out that the endorsements contained therein "obviously come from pro-Communists, from those behind the Iron Curtain who had no choice, or from innocents who have been duped by the spurious appeal, if indeed the endorsements are authentic." 4 From Dade To Attend Parley Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, board member of the National Council of Jewish Women and head of the District Welfare Board, is among the four Dade Countians who have been selected by Gov. Fuller Warner to attend the Mid-Century White House Conference on Children from December 3 to 7. Other local delegates will be Mrs. Ellen Whiteside, chairman of the Florida Children's Commission; Louis M. Spaeth, Florida State University student active in home demonstration work; Mrs. Elizabeth Espy, president of the Congress of Colored Parents and Teachers and principal of Moton Elementary School. "show that the majority of the Communists and Communist sympathizers of the United States are persons of Hebraic extraction, like the spies arrested for complicity with the great traitor, Dr. Fuchs, wKp gave to the Soviet the secrets of the atomic bomb." As an outstanding figure in opposition to Spain, the dispatch cited "the Hebraic former Governor of New York, Herbert Lehman." This opposition is "captained," the article said, by "the implacable enemy of Spanish-American friendship, the New York Times." The article reported that the New York Times, in spite of this alleged anti-Spanish stand, had published a Madrid dispatch reporting the efforts of young Spaniards to volunteer for service in Korea, and that the Spaniards were astonished and hurt at the continued hostility, which it attributed to Jews. "The purpose of this interpretation of the opposition in the United States to the Franco regime is not clear, but it is one of several flashes of anti-Semitic feeling th^t have shown up in the Spanish press in the past year," the Times report from Madrid says. Gurion addressing the four-day conference of the Mapai, Israel's Labor Party, of which he is the leader. It is for this reason, he pointed out, that the people of Israel owe double allegiance—to the state of Israel and to the Jewish people abroad. The Israel Premier estimated that intensive immigration of Jews from various countries to NEW YORK, (JTA) — ConsulGeneral Arthur Lourie of Israel this week warned the Arab states that frleir refusal to sign final peace treaties with the Jewish ?Ti, WI K" th f. next three_years j state would militate against their and the absorption of the immi-i u .., ._. ... grants, will cost about $150,000,000. To this sum the Israel government is prepared to contribute one-third, while one billion dollars must be raised by world Jewry through a huge loan outside of United Jewish Appeal contributions. "The state of Israel," Mr. Ben Gurion said, "and the people of best interests. His warning was sounded at the initial session of the 36th annual convention of Hadassah. which opened at the Hotel Waldorf Astoria and continued through Wednesdav. More than 2.000 delegates attending the convention also heard an address by Senator Brien McMahon, chairman of the Joint Israel are pledged to the supreme j Committee on Atomic Energy. Jewish Activities Banned In Ukraine LONDON, (JTA)—Soviet authorities in the CarpathoUkrainian industrial city of Munkacevo have banned all Jewish communal activities, it was reported here this week from Rome. The source of the report is the former president of the local Jewish community who recently fled to Austria. Before the first world war the town was an important center of Eastern European Orthodox Jewry and the seat of the famed Munkacevo Rebbe. The vast majority of the Jewish population— estimated at 10,000—was deported or murdered by the Nazis during the last war. task of receiving and settling during the coming years the remainder of the Jews from the Levant and from East European countries as long as the frontiers of these countries are open. This target calls for a speedy and planned development of the country on the basis of maintaining the independence of Israel and Socialist-Zionist hegemony in the state and within the nation." Ben Gurion. addressing the closing session this week of the national conference of the Mapai. the Israel Labor Party, denounced aggression as a method of liberation of one country by another, and warned that any country attempting to force its ideology on Israel will find "Israel ready to stand up" with all its traditional "If. as appears to be the case," Mr. Lourie said, "the Arabs are not prepared to make peace with us now, we can wait. If need be. we can wait a long time. But the Arab states should know that time is not necessarily in their favor, and that they may find themselves again limping behind the march of events." He noted that "a year ago Israel was ready to accept the return of 100.000 Arab refugees as part of a comprehensive settlement. That offer was not even deemed worthy of an answer and lapsed through Arab refusal to discuss it when it was feasible. Today the proposal of the Israel government is being overtaken by events. The land of Israel is filling up and terms which it was possible to moral power and, "if necessary, j 0 ffer a vear ago are not applicable with its armed forces. Emphasizing that the Mapai party's chief aims were "peace and independence, Ben Gurion said the Jewish states will define its policy on "each world, problem according to two criteria—the interest of the state of Israel and the interest of the Jewish people." The Israel Premier stressed that the principle "guiding Israel's foreign policy is fundamental— non-interference in the internal affairs of other countries, irrespective of their domestic regimes." to changed conditions." Turning to Israel's support of the United Nations in Korea, Mr. Lourie said his country's stand must be viewed against the background of "Israel's position in relation to the conflict between the two world blocs," which he said "has from the very beginning been exceptional." He pointed out that Israel had ties both with the Eastern and Western blocs. Israel, he said, was modeled after the Western democracies with which it had the strongest cultural and economic ties, particularly with Fund Allocation Policy Assailed TEL AVIV, (JTA)—The tendency of Jews in the United States and other countries to give priority to their own institutions over institutions functioning in Israel when allocating funds raised in local Jewish communities was criticized here today by Berl Locker, chairman of the Jewish Agency executive. Speaking at the national conference of the Mapai, Israel Labor Party, he pointed out that such priority is not justified when thousands of Jewish immigrants in Israel are still condemned to live in tents and when many more thousands are confronted with the "loss oftheir very existence in certain countries" where they presently reside. Earlier, the conference adopted ^"' a "v ""}' the United States unanimously a series of resolu: a d Ame ? c m A ? ewr v ', w h ^ se tions upholding the government in ?„* !" b&n A A ^l^~ its political and economic policies. h d ?P*J* still needed At the On the Jewish state's fore.gn am f e t,me „ he t sai d : Israel £ wea t policy, the conference declared' d ebt of gratitude to Easter, that while "maintaining watchful readiness for the defense of Israel, endeavors would be made to reach agreement with our neighbors and for the establishment of friendly relations with all peaceloving nations. The delegates also c.alled for "active participation in strengthening world peace through the United Nations." a gratitude to Eastern Europe for its support of partition and cannot do anything that would hamper the chances of Eastern European Jewry to go tu Israel. UN Conciliation Unit Meets With Sharett TEL AVIV, (JTA)—The three members of the U.N. Palestine Conciliation Commission who are attempting to bring about the conclusion of a permanent peace between Israel and the Arab countries, met here with Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett following their return from Egypt and Jordan. They are scheduled to leave shortly for consultations with the governments of Lebanon and Syria. Rabbi Teitelbaum Dies In Israel NEW YORK, (JTA) — Rabbi Aaron Teitelbaum, one of the founders of the Joint Distribution Committee in 1914 and long active in numerous Jewish philanthropic causes died in Jerusalem, where he was born 60 years ago, it was reported by the Federated Council of Palestine Institutions, with which he was associated. Ordained by the late Chief Rabbi A. I. Kook, Rabbi Teitelbaum-in 1918 was named a member of the Near East Relief Commission investigating distress conditions under the leadership of Herbert Hoover. He was active in the Mizrachi organization and the Keren Hayesod.



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FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1950 Jw i #lH flcridfiain Cellist-Author Vacations Here After Successful Tour With Arturo Toscanini PAGE ELEVEN With the ovation of a highly successful six-week tour of the country with Arturo Tescanini still ringing in his ears, Gdal Saleski, nationally known 'cellist, composer and author, is in Miami Beach to escape the ragweed season in New York. Although the musician has been invited here a number of times by Composer Mana-Zucca, this is his first visit. And it may partially bo attributed to Lady Luck. Asked by Dr. Annaliese Landau, niusical director of the Jewish ciuiter in Los Angeles, to take refuge from the ragweed in California, he was thinking of taking her up on the invite when he spied some Miami Beach Chamber [ of Commerce advertising disclosing that this area is also pollenhut'. So he flipped a coin to deItermine where he would go. Whan interviewed Friday, he I was delighted that he had come and was having no trouble with I his hay fever. While here, Saleski is completlinii a biography of Toscanini, with whom he has been intimately [associated for the past fourteen bears. "So far as I know," Saleski "this, will be the first bioGdnl Saleski ||raphy of the 84-year-old maestro hat Jias been attempted by a professional musician and the first by one of his 'boys'." The Vellistiwriter said that he lis trying to depict Toscanini's [renowned fiery temperament as [well as his greatness. "During the [tour," he revealed, "I submitted [several pages of the biography [containing many choice expletives to the conductor and his son for their approval. I was somewhat apprehensive about their reaction, I but I soon found that they not only approved but made a few additions." Saleski is also the author of a mammoth volume entitled "Famous" Musicians of Jewish Origin,' which was published last year by Bloch Publishing Co. "The object of this book," Saleski declared, "was not to show ; the worid that we are better than others in the realm of music. : People usually recognize the Jewish genius for business and finance, but they have minimized the Jewish contributions to art. It is simply to demonstrate the part that people of Jewish descent have played that I have wjitten the book." As a lifelong student of music, the Ukrainean-born Saleski has been closely associated with the inner circle of the musical world and his book bristles with amusing anecdotes and cocktail party chichat about the musical eminentoes he discusses. The book includes a section on Israeli music. "The music of Israel," he said, "is like the people itself—with the heart of youth and the head of age. The actual period of musical culture in Palestine started approximately at the beginning of the twentieth century, which makes the story of Jewish music in Israel very new and very' young. "It is to be hoped and expected," he continued, "that once peace and tranquillity are restored in j the reborn Jewish State that in 1 not too distant a time Israeli | composers will reach the degree of creative productivity which will match the greatness of tlie old masters." Saleski studied at the Kiev ImI perial Music School and the Leipzig Conservatory and has had a distinguished career as a soloist and composer both here and abroad. He has written music for the movies and has played in a i number of orchestras, including the N.B.C. Symphony which he joined shortly after it was organ.. ized in 1937. Saleski will leave here in time : to keep a standing date to play : at Temple Emanuel in New York I on Yom Kippur. "They'd never forgive me if I I didn't," he said. Young Zionists To Hold Party The Miami Young Zionist Dis! trict will present a "This Is It" party Sunday, August 27, at 8:30 p.m. at the home of Aileen Tamaroff, 1878 West Flagler Terr. Entertainment will include a comic "novelty" dance and a, trained flea act. Refreshments will be served between dances, %  Modern sealing wax contains no wax. Mrs. Stanley Jamison, president of Lorber Chapter of the National Home for Jewish Children at Denver, recently returned from the national group's forty-third convention in Denver. The home cares for children suffering from asthma and tuberculosis. THE FIRST JEWISH CONGREGATION OF CORAL GABLES (Conservative) Extends its best wishes to all members and friends for a HAPPY. HEALTHY and PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR The congregation will again conduct High Holy Day Services at the Coliseum, Douglas Road and S.W. 16th St. (Completely air-cooled auditorium) RABBI RALPH DE KOVEN will officiate at all services CANTOR MAX COOPER will render'the liturgical music Prayers and responsive readings will be in Hebrew and English Tickets: SI5 per family For further information and reservations, call 83-4869 JEWISH NEW YEAR CARDS Large Selection Open Stock and Imprints SEMINOLE PAPER & PRINTING 419 N. Miami Ave. Miami Kalins United In Baltimore Kites Miss Alyce Weiss, daughter of Mrs. Esther Weiss. 1355 S.W. 19th St.. became the bride of Edward Kalin, St. Petersburg, at the Sheraton Belvedere Hotel, Baltimore," Md., on July 17. For the ceremony the bride chose a. white Swiss organdy dress, matching headqiece with shoulder length veil and a nosegay of red rosebuds. She was given in marriage by her brother, Bud Weiss. Miss Rena Wcintraub of Baltimore was maid of honor. Sidney Kalin served as his brother's best man. Following a honeymoon in i Bermuda, the newlyweds are reI siding in St. Petersburg, where the bridegroom is in business. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kalin of Hendersonville, N. C, : and St. Petersburg, Mr. Kalin graduated from the University of North Carolina and served as a lieutenant in the navy during the war. The former Miss Weiss, a graduate of Miami High School and Strayers Business College in Baltimore, was employed by the Florida National Bank for the past five years. Giraffes grow as tall as 18 feet. Rainbows can be formed by moonlight. DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WORKERS $5.00 A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE Phonal 1-5317 — 9-6727 61 N. E. 6th Street AL MEIDENBERQ, Own.r Cantor Teitlebaum To Sing At T'fereth Israel T'fereth Israel Congregation has engaged Cantor Moses Teitlebaum to officiate at High Holy Day services, which will be held at the Masons and Bricklayers Union Building, 3350 N.W. 7th Ave. Tickets for the services may be secured at E. M. Grand Flvi and Ten, 3032 N.W. 7th Ave., 2-&B69. Mailmen use skis in the Chilean mountains. Miss Marguerite Marx, president of the Miami Beach Business and Professional Women's Group of HadaAsah. was a delegate to the organization's 36th annual convention held at the WaldorfAstoria Hotel in New York from August 20 to 23. Before returning here, she will visit relatives and friends in Washington, D. C, and Norfolk, Va., her former home. Miami Hebrew School and Congregation 1101 Southwest 12th Avenue Wishes the Entire Jewish Community A Very Happy New Year HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES Rosh Hashanah September 11-12-13 Yom Kippur September 20-^1 Koi Nldre Eve, Sept. 20 Yiskoi. 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