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The Jewish Floridian ( September 15, 1950 )

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ihdl. will hold its Yom Kippur services at the Atlantis Hotel. All houses of worship in the area will mark Vie Sabbath of Repentance this Sabbath with special services. {American Leaders Urge Support Of $1,500,000,000 Loan To Israel JERUSALEM. (JTA)—A resolution pledging that American hewry will back the $1,500,000,000 Israel loan should the Israel I government decide to float such a loan, was adopted here by fthe44 American Jewish leaders who participated in the three-day [economic conference summoned jointly by the Israel government Jewish Agency. Israel A detai i e d p i an 0 n stimulating private capital investments in Israel was submitted at the conference by Adolph Robison, of West New York, N. J. The plan envisages a well-organized and detailed effort for the enlistment [leaders have indicated that they [expect :he Jews of the United States to buy $1,000,000,000 worth I of bonds within three years. The resolution also urges the I expansion of the United Jewish Appeal and advocates more in\ 0 f pr j V ate capital in the United tensive efforts to be undertaken | states for large and small enterboth in the United States and | priSes in the Jewish state. One Israel to stimulate private investpart 0I the proposal calls for diII merits for Israel enterprises. A nation.,1 conference of several isand loaders representing all elements in American Jewry will | be convoked in the United States sanction these reeommenda| lions. A proposal that the United Jewish Appeal be expanded to •nclude all other fund-raising drives for Israel conducted in the united States by various groups was -upported by practically all I American delegates participating %  '' the economic conference here. The proposal was presented by Julian Venezky, United Jewish Appi al leader, and was favorably 1 'ed by all speakers at the nee. In supporting this Proposal, American delegates ex1 the opinion that if the recommendation is adopted, it might lead to the elmination of multiplicity of U. S. fund-raising campaigns for Israel. M:.\ Rose Haplrin, president of Hadassah, which conducts its own j'Jnd-raising drive in America, %  old the conference that the special .-tatus of Hadassah and the •unctions of the organization do j 1 "! make it possible for Hadassah submerge its identity. However, "••' added that the entire Hadassah membership will support any decision reached at the conference. part rect investment in small enterprises by individuals or small groups of American investors, while the second part calls for the establishment of large holding companies which would urge Jews in the United States to buy shares in these companies. The funds so accrued would be reinvested in Israel's industry, he said. Abraham Feinberg of New York proposed a three-point program consisting of: 1. Issue of a large bond issue for whose sale organized forces in American Jewry should be mobilized; 2. Seek U. S. governmental aid for Israel, a step which he thought would be successful; 3. Not eliminate regular fund-raising drives in America for Israel, but coordinate all of them into one campaign. Stanley C. Myers, president of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, told the conference.that the bond-selling effort in the United States would not be worthwhile unless it produced substantially greater funds for Israel than the total that could be realized from philanthropic drives. He endorsed Mr. Venezky's proposal that all agencies raising funds for Israel in the United States be brought within the framework of the United Jewish Appeal. Special Deadline Because of the High Holidays, offices of The Jewish Ploridian will be closed from Wednesday evening, September 20. to Thursday evening. September 21. All material and Photographs for publication in the Friday, September 22, issue must be in this office by noon Monday, September 12. -%*1.>f bonds. Samuel Rothberg, of Peoria, 111., UJA national chairman for initial gifts, said that the need for philanthropy will continue but it alone cannot meet the challenge of the present economicdifficulties in Israel." Asserting that Israel "must have top prior\ ity," Mr. Rothberg called for a i "supreme effort by American j Jews to make available an unprecedented sum in the next three | years." The UJA leader expressed I the hope that "through a united effort of all Jewish groups in America, such a program of eni larged support can definitely be assured. Joseph Hooding, of Cincinnati, stated that the bulk of the $1,500,000,000 which Israel needs can be raised in the United States. Adequate funds are available in America, he said, not only for Israel, but also for all local needs. Mr. Hooding suggested that all "organized forces in American Jewish life be utilized for the most effective development of Israel." The Cincinnati Jewish leader expressed the belief that "economic conditions in the United States should facilitate large-scale investments" in the Jewish state. Mr. Hooding criticized the "red tape which now stands in the way of those who wish to invest in Israel." Prof. Hayim Fineman. of Philadelphia, leader of the Labor Zionist Organization of America, pledged the wholehearted support of the Labor Zionist movement in America for the sale of bonds. He said the bond drive would receive top priority in his organization's work if and when the Israel government decides to float a worldwide loan. Mrs. Rose Halprin, president of Hadassah. announced that the women's Zionist organization of America would give fullest support to the bond drive. Louis Lipsky, chairman of the American Zionist Council, declared that the meeting was the "first great conference of American Jews with the Israel government and represents an important step towards cementing the bonds of friendship and understanding." Dr. Emanuel Neumann, former president of the ZOA, said the conference is a turning-point in the history of work for the upbuilding of Israel. He opinioned that the United Jewish Appeal is a "precious instrument and nothing should be done to impair its effectiveness for Israel." He urged that the ZOA's potentialities be used more fully and that greater emphasis be placed on developing confidence in the state of Israel and in its financial and economic stability." Henry Montor, director of the United Jewish Appeal, said the UJA cannot presently provide funds needed to meet the critical situation outlined by Premier Ben Gurion. "While Israel's banner is |a major factor in fund-raising in I the U. S., Israel is not a major ; beneficiary of the funds raised." he said. He stressed that local | communities are cutting down : their share of funds for Israel and are giving more money to purely i local needs. Premier Heartened By Conference JERUSALEM. (JTA)—Premier ; David Ben Gurion declared here | that he is greatly encouraged by : the deliberations with the 44 '< American Jewish leaders v. 1 participated in the urgent economic conference here. He ex1 pressed confidence that American Jewry will buy $1,000,000,000 in bonds within the next three years. The Israel Premier highly I praised Henry Morgenthau's contribution to the success of the United Jewish Appeal and characterized him as a great American who served his country well in decisive era of world history and turned, after retirement from government service, to devoted service to the Jewish people. Reaffirming the determination of the people of Israel to solve their current problems. Mr. Ben Gurion said: "No difficulty will hold us back. Israel will be a light of humanity in its way of life, and a lesson in brotherhood. It will serve as an example of human will, courage, vision and greatness." Miami Rabbis To Conduct Memorial Services At Local Cemeteries Sunday The annual memorial pilgrimage to Greater Miami cemeteries will be held Sunday. September 17, according *to an announcement from Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, president of the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami. A united service in which all local rabbis will participate is scheduled for 1 p.m. in the Jewish Section of Woodlawn Cemetery. In addition, Orthodox and Conservative services will be held at Mt. Sinai Cemetery at 3 p.m. Reform services are slated for Woodlawn at 2:30 p.m. and at Graceland Memorial Park at 3 p.m. Rabbi Max Shapiro will be available for services at City Cemetery at 2:30 p.m.



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PAGE TWO *Jenisti ncridlian !" ^4SEPTEM BER The Refugee Situation In The U.N. By DAVID NTSSBAL'M Home For Aged Laum*h< k s Drive The Jewish Home for the Aged will launch the second phase <>i its buiMmi; tun.I drive at dedicaspecific categories of refugees, LAKE SUCCESS-One of the|* h e ^i urged a broad major problems the United Naand general n has faced during the past rhe position I has been ,,, IV exercises to be held at tin been the task of filling a special one and falls somewhere new home, Douglas Gardens, 150 .M be created : l!u middli oi the other two N.E. 53rd St. on September 24. by the liquid ; the Interi>: would nol approve an unaccording to an announcement by %  .._,,.,. oi definition on the gi -and j, JJ B. Spaet. cam] 11 chairman MK\ president of the toil over 1 '" l:,v home. '. e Arab r. ip by Q for this phase of the d by the Get \ refuJudge Spae .,. is $250,000, annol cl i' W • • ii \ i bly will % %  ng to Israel, and made homeless by the e instituti d by thi ir own les. At thi s ime time, of course, Israel believes that nil genuini %  '. a UN High C I and it will have n a new intei natii mal c invention or; the U ctii in oi ri fugees and state4aliV.s WiMiicii To >iei Tuesday The B'nai B'rith Women of lies will hold their first iall meeting at the Coral Gables ('. nter, on Tuesday. September 19. ;it 8:15 p.m. Mrs Frank Wellins, president, will call on committee chairmen less peis,uis. The convention's v< rsecutees, such as the Jewish terms will serve as a framework refugees in Tripoli. North Africa, and guide for the Commissi mer should be enabled to have whatand. obversely, the Commissioner ever aid from the world organizawill be charged with promoting turn their situation might require. the ratii and implementaThe U.S. definition, however. tion of the convention. recently accepted by ECOSOC Ul re P? "" '' lans f r ,hl c om J nB Despite these accomplishments, and^ver which ,. new battle will %**£ "re. Sidney Suss and Mrs. however, organizations and govshape up in the General Assemespecially interested in bly, would count as refugees 1he refugee problem find little under the convention and within satisfaction in the UN's efforts, the purview of the UN High ComThey believe that the new measmissioner only those suffering ures for handling the refugee sitpersecution oi forced to flee their nation will lack the scope and efnative lands as a result of events fectiveness required for a real in Europe during the period of mt '<' tin Ksolution, and the Assembly is World War II and those already In its drive for membership, the likely to see the .<.„v.. sharp deinternationally regarded as refugroup will hold a get-together on ti that has marked the meeting gees and stateless persons during Friday. September 15, at 8:15 p.m. of the Economic and Social Connthe period between the two world at 428 Sevilla. Mrs. Bernard cil and its subsidiary b lii on wars. Stone will serve as hostess, this question. The most noteworthy aspect of The two major weak-points this element of the refugee probsecretariat, always notoriously seen in the new system are the lem is that the definition to a miniscule. Commissioners term.-of referlarge extent restricts alternationProbably the most remarkable cue and the restrictive definition al assistance to that category of thing about this whole system for adopted by ECOSOC for the term refugee m whose behalf the IRO solving the world refugee problem Al Gold have been active during the summer in ways and means projects and membership drives. Tin Men's Lodge of Coral Gables B'nai B'rith has been invited for entertainment and refreshments at the close of the "refugee." Under the later only European Jews, for example, will be covered by the convention and thus be qualified for UN I The conflict over "definitions" hi highlij • I the long


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ppjDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1950 +Jewish tkrkMan PAGE THREE Community Center Expands Activities The Miami Jewish Community ,„.,.,. is expanding its program tivities this fall, according g Max R. Silver, president. The nuisor.v school, conducted n ler the guidance of the youth tlcc. has added a new halfto meet the needs u conim program e-school children for^whom ,. from is adequate 9 a.m. to 12 noon A series of parent%  meetings and institutes on child psychology are also being planned. nation in the after-school im for children of elemenchool are from 6 to fourteen ready begun. Under the 10 Red Cross Aides Elected Ten new directors have been named by the Dade County American Red Cross chapter to replace those who quit in protest over chapter policies and to fill other vacancies, it was announced this week. New directors include Ben C. McGahey. H. S. Brannen, Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Lino Sertel, Capt. W. W. Davies (USN-ret.), Carleton Ellsworth, Dayid Mericle, R. E. Chivers, Mrs. Richard Brooks and Dr. James T. Wilson. Chapter officials disclosed that the new directors were nominated by a committee headed by William J. Pruitt and elected by vote of board members. They will Tljman Appointed To Home Show Post Duvid Tijman has been appointed chairman of the Latin'County Community Chest were American department of the Merelected this week at the first fall chants Home Show to be held at Dade Chest Names Leaders Five new officers of the Dade County Community j.'ip'of trained group'leadI bring the size of the board to 45 fter-school program will I members. : roiisist of groups organized on a dub basis. It is planned that their activities will include mus ic and songs, sports and socials, arts and crafts, dancing and dramatics, films and forums, lore and trips and festivals ;m d i elebrations. ••The integrated group program j s designed to involve children i n democratic group experiences," Mrs. Leo Alpert, chairman of the youth committee, said. "Group i in charge of the program are interested in the personality development of each individual as an integral member of the group." Teen-agers will have a new game room of its own. The youth council, consisting of representatives oi clubs and groups meeting %  n the .niter formulates policies for teen-age units and helps to coordinate their activities. Plans for this season include a variety of athletic tournaments and social (ven's. dances and contests, radio and dramatic presentations, musitions, and by special ,,„_. nt—weekend camping. Special focus of the adult activil nmittee this season will be further development of the physii il education program n's ind women's bowling leagues; establishment of a week film-forum series; acerts and recitals; expansion of the Go/ ien Age Friendship Club: fmiiMtion of a 30-40 club; classes in social dancing, art metal work iind jewelry, and special programs in connection with Jewish Book and Jewish Music Month. Auxiliary Meets First meeting of the season of the Louis D. Brandeis Auxiliary No. 199, Free Sons of Israel, was held at the Kneseth Israel Congregation on Thursday, Septem, Tijman worked with the Dinner Key Exposition Building from October 1 through 8. Tijman came here from South America, where he was a reporter for the United Press in Motnevideo and Buenos Aires for over 12 years. From 1940 to 1943 he served as secretary of the Aeronautical Center of Uruguay and was an attache of the Argentinian Secretary of State at the Pan American Congress. During the war Tijman was president of the Jewish Center of Uruguay. In this capacity, he was instrumental in securing aid for a national homeland in Palestine from the Secretary of State. Dr. Alberto Guani, and Dr. Hector ; Paysse Reyes. On Pearl Harbor Day, he offered i his services to U. S. Ambassador William Dawson. In New York Prof. EnriBeach Girls Plan Membership Party Miss Miriam Levy, president of Sholem Chapter of B'nai B'rith Girls, will open her home for a membership party to be held Sunday, September 17, at 8 'p.m. A sketch entitled "So Pathetic," a parody on the stage hit, "South Pacific." will be presented by several members. Miss Ada Wolf will be hostess for the evening and will be assisted by the Misses Enid Pallant, Miriam Levy, Ann Ocuin, Barbara Himmelstein, and Audrey Slotkin. Adviser for the evening will be Mrs. Samuel Jaffee. ber 14. at 8 p.m. quo Rodriguez Fabregat, author meeting of the directors. They include Harry Hood Bassett, James I. Keller, Jr. and McGregor Smith, vice presidents; Oscar E. Dooley, treasurer; and Mrs. Hollis Rineheart, treasurer. Amendments in the by-laws, aimed to assure, wider participation in the chest, were approved by the group, which is headed by Leonard L. Abess. Tournaments Slated Double round-robin and laddertype table tennis tournaments for buys and girls between the ages of nine and 17 begin at the Miami Jewish Community Center Monday. September 18. at 4 p.m. with two-out-of-three series matches played each week-day afternoon between 4 and 5 p.m. Pancoast Hotel on December 9, Center members are registering according to Mrs. Ira Cole Walsey. for the tournaments with tournapresident. ment leaders Leonard Kessler, Mrs. George Goldberg and Mrs. Robert Fisher and Alan MorgenEd Singer are co-chairmen of the stern. affair. Plan Dinner Dance Plans are being formulated by the Sisterhood of the Miami Beach Jewish Center for a dinner dance to be held at the Grossinger LEGAL NOTICE ORDER OF PUBLICATION IX THE CIRCUIT corilT OP THE I1TH .M'DICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND Wilt HADE COUNTY, Kl.ORDA^IX CHANCERY, No. 135Z6S. iii.vi-: READ, Plaintiff, vs. SHIIM.KY READ, Defendant. To SHIRLEY READ • -i Mil, Strep! Ilfi na rdino, California i • %  hereby notified thai a Bill %  '• iplalnt for Divorce naa been %  i j "ti, and > "ii are hei eby : to verve a copy of your lo the Bill of Complaint on %  • Htl irney, and file the Aimwer in the Office of the • i ciii ill (".mi i. on or before nf ih tober, I!'".": othern lae B it Ion a ..f Bald Bill ••! Comwill be taken us confessed vim. il thla dnv of September, 1950. %  :. 11. WEATHERMAN, Clerk of ilw Circuit Court. i 'oui i Seal) By: it. II itK'K. JR., Deputy Clerk. •' %  '' %  'It'lE .1. TALIANOFF, ESQ. foi Plaintiff •In Road Reach. Florida .'2i' in/6 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IX INK CIRCUIT COURT OP THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IX W|> FOR DADE COUNTY, rtlDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. ANN ELIZABETH PRAZEE, Plaintiff, DONALD LAVERNE FRAZEE. ; -ndant. Vou, DONALD LAVERNE PRAZEE, •• %  >' Darling Street, Angola,, Indiana, quired to serve a copy of your I" the Rill of Complaint for %  mi plaintiff* attorney, Harold '. 927 Lincoln Road. 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PAGE FOUR *JMfefe FkrkHair) FRIDAY, SEPTEMum EDITORIAL •5.1951 ^t faff To Jewish Parents The responsibility and the hope of parents is everywhere the same—to raise children who will be self-respecting, constructive and happy adults. The task is not an easy one, especially in this time of unprecedented strains and tensions. For Jewish parents, the task of parenthood provides an added duty. Their children must grow up to be self-respectinq, constructive and happy adults, as Jews. If they grow up in misunderstanding and rejection of their Jewishness, they will have neither self-respect nor the respect of their neighbors. If they grow up in ignorance of the meaning of their Jewishness, the inevitable result will be confusion, inner conflict and torment. Only by gaining a firm and deeply-rooted understanding of his place in Jewish life will your child be able to mature into wholesome adulthood, with mental and emotional well-being. Only by acquiring the great inheritance of Jewish knowledge, wisdom and beauty, created through the centuries, will he be able to share these riches with you, his parents, and pass them on, in turn, to his own children. Armed with such a background, he will be able to further to enrich the great contributions to American democracy which have been made by Jewish cultural and religious insights and by Jewish creativeness. Fortified with Jewish education, he will be able to understand his cultural and spiritual relationship with the great new land of Israel, and with Jews in other lands. To prepare your child for a full, rich and welladjusted life as an American Jew, and to insure well-prepared leadership ior the American Jewish community of tomorrow, you must provide your child now with a Jewish education. From September 5 to October 18, 1950, Jewish Education Month and Week will be observed. In those weeks, all American Jews who are conscious of their duty toward the future will work to develop greater understanding and cooperation between Jewish schools and parents, between communities and schools, between Jewish schools and the general educational institutions. This year, 1950, has been proclaimed as Jewish Yom Kippur Yom Kippur is. in some respects r, L that is unique. It is hard to find an i. ida l among the other peoples of the world Tu 1 lo i sounds of Kol Nidre evoke even in u me l indifferent a stirring of self-searchin-" ? mt tioning of ultimate things. y nd qua It is a holy day which makes demand. It offers us none of the joys and festivi.i, n M holidays. It does not "pay oil' ,'' 0 ,h %  vernacular, but instead asks sacrihces vl *• might say that in our present disturbed wS !", of complexities, of atom bombs and 3 ** perhaps it would be good for the who] Yom Kippur—Day of Forgiveness— Education Year, endorsed by more than 30 of the major Jewish organizations in America. It is a time of greater dedication of the entire community to the vital work of Jewish education, for all our children. You, the Jewish parent, have the most important part to play in Jewish Education Year. If your child has been attending a Jewish school, make sure that he is enrolled and ready to begin the new term. Take an active part in the activities of your school, to insure the best possible education have such a day as this. Perhaps* whaHhT"'?" world needs today is some genuine seli-senl b l Certainly to our fathers, Yom Bppur £S? of deep inner probing. How genuine th s 1^' may understand when wlj recall tha' it custom among orothdox Jews in the week L Yom Kippur to ask forgiveness of one anX* for they say that on Yom Kippur God c,l?o *' for the sins committed aqamst God butfr 1 sins against man, men mut forqive one ann.k Perhaps it might be a much better world £ haps we would have less fears of wa-, a JT I bombs, if nations today could take soTiethin? !" this humble attitude and ask iorgfvenSso? one! This is the only real road to atonement When we have learned to consider one another, 2 shall have harmony and peace. For all of our progress, Yom Kippur still hasa message for us. Perhaps, indeed, because of 0U r material progress, we need it now more than ever. for your child, and for all children. If your child has not yet begun his Jewish education, enroll him now. Prepare him-or herfor the life he—or she—will lead as an American Jew, as a leader in community activities, as a secure, constructive and happy adult. A Jewish school is awaiting you in your community or neighborhood and "is anxious to serve you. Seek it out now! Isaeli Newsletter By ADA OREX Immigrants To Israel Bring New Diseases TEL AVIV n %  intry foi sumrs | itbn k. which is L the dish the 1 Stal %  %  949. ] iron lungs by the W I • Ofl i nd the Bi ti found by a Yali icialist in p %  \ medicine i have taken all the %  vn precautions. Yale Un also sent the Hebrew Uni\ rsitj some equipment research. In connection with this scourge the local institute for the I crippled children is soon to be itly enlarged and given the form of a children's farm. The only institution of its kind in the Near East, it always accepted Arab children and still has some child patients whose parents live in neighboring countries. All over Israel occupational therapy is highly valued and courses for technicians are being conducted constantly. • • • The infant mortality rate until two years ago was a source of pride to the Yishuv as the fourthlowest in the world—after New Zealand. Sweden and Au, ;-.nd better than the U.S. Last year, however, with the arrival of many ill and weak children mainly from Yemen, it jumped suddenly to nearly thrice the usual rate and is only now falling again. Women immigrants get free care at all infant welfare centres for the first year after arrival in orcrer to convince them of their usefulness and teach them the elements of modern child care It also takes time to get immigrants from Oriental countries used to the idea that babies should be born in hospitals rather than in hovels. Some of them acquired distrust of hospitals after hearing that children often died there— usually after having been transferred too late through the ignorof the parents. Moreover, it imp le to 1 enite child.en admitted to tals soon after arrival in the country, Immigrants from the Yemen an cted with trachoma Worms, and by excessive lity in the presence of docBl id had to be flown from : to the Aden transit camps ive thousands emaciated by tropical malaria contracted on their trek through the pestilent low-lands along the Red Sea coast. When a wave of immigration required special attention, established localities often had to be temporarily denied the services of the best physicians until the crisis was over. Many of the oriental immigrants are weakened by customary malnutrition, which is not easy to cure since it takes them much time to get used to our more balanced, but very different, diet. But things are improving visibly although Banitary conditions in new settlements are often far • from satisfactory and are troublesome to the. devoted Ministry of J Welfare instructresses and delegates of various women's organizations. Instruction in hygiene is given also in thrice weekly I, casts in all required languages and by visiting doctors. • • The Yemenite T.B. rate is 6-8 per thousand, or double the world average. This is the most common serious illness among all classes of immigrants, comprising onethird of all cases requiring hospitalization. The average immigration rate for T.B. patients in a communicable state of the disease is now thirty per month, and they are cared for in separate transit institutions. Facilities for the care of T B patients are available for only 25 percent of all urgent cases in spite of constant preparations for the opening of additional clinics and hospitals by Hadassah, the AntiTuberculosis League, Kupath Holim, the government, and Malben, mainly a JDC-financed enterprise, for immigrants. It was lately decided that henceforth the league would concentrate on preventive work and leave hospital-j ization to the other groups active in this field. Some tens of T.B. p.'Ian'.from Israel are under• nt in Swiss sanitaria and are provided reading matter the Ministry of Education. Fortunately Intucam, a U N. and Red Cros >red enterprise. inn iculated this year nearly 200,%  000 pci .-ons in Israel against rculosis, including all school and kindi rgarten children, inmates of immigrant camps, and whole Kibbutz populations as well nyone i Ise who applied. While i tucam had to bear the whole! cost of its campaign in the camps I for Arab refugees in the neighboring countries, the government of Israel covered half the expenses of the Scandinavian team which operated here. The govern! ment is now continuing this work through its own personnel among our Beduin and later newcomers • (by immigration and birth). The relatively frequent V.D. cases among immigrants from the Orient are reduced to an incommunicable state before release from transit camps abroad or here. The few leprosy cases had to be entrusted to the hospital existing for over 60 years in Jerusalem under the care of Danish and German Protestant nuns. Although no single instance of in' %  ;>f staff has occurred so M no Jewish personnel could be found for this work when the ecclesiastical authorities responsible for the institution recently indicated their desire to transfer it to Israel government ownership. Not even one. rabbi voluntc i red 10 visit these unfortunates, while the Protestant sisters are now •ng Hebrew in the interests of their new wards from the solitary teacher who declared himself willing to instruct the inmates from a distance that is considered !" „ I, e Israel government meanwhile foots the bill and Hadassah provides the doctors Israel doctors discovered among Y .? men,te immigrants several hitherto unknown diseases, forU-M Offers Evening Course In AstronomyFundamentals of astronomy will be offered as one of the 315 courses in the University of Miami Evening division this fall. In announcing the new course, Dan Steinhoff, Jr.. director of night Classes, said increased interest in the subject had motivated the addition. He said it would be an introduction to the ph 1 isophy and science of descriptive astronon 5. "It is designed to give instruction to persons with no previous knowledge in the Held as well as those' who have made a hobby of astronomy," Steinhoff said. The I matter, he said,*includes cosmos, the universe, solar system plants and their satellites. "Fear of persecution and homelessness are still the twin forces that are driving many Jews to search for a new future in Israel. A considerable part of the immigration to Israel represents an urgent rescue program. It must be very obvious to all of us that the work of the United Jewish Appeal is still related to a timetable that may mean life or death for many innocent human beings. %  The United Jewish Appeal is a cause which must go directly to the heart of the entire American people." J. Howard McGrath Attorney General of the United States tunately rare and not serious. • • • Since the general compulsory innoculation against smallpox in 1948 a few cases and even deaths from this deases have occurred among Arab infiltrees and their families in Galilee villages. As all concerned are in the country illegally, the health authorities of the district were not informed. The matter came to public attention only when cited by a member of the Knesset complaining about insufficient health services for the Arab population. • • It is true that public sanitation in Israel is in urgent need of improvement. Nevertheless worm afflictions have now become relatively rare with the elimination of most Arab suppliers of fruit and vegetables. Hygiene is much stressed also by the army among recruits from backward countries. Miami Joins Freedom Ousade A national drive "to blast ia* Communist propaganda and to I demonstrate before the world [he : true aims of freedom and the friendship of all peoples" has gained impetus her with formation of a Dade County committee of the Crusade: dom. Business, profei leaders met this v. lected Thomas J. Kelly a j Mrs. Louis E. Natl man. Headed by Lt. C'.e %  ::. Lucius D. Clay as national 1 nan, the j Crusade for Free insored I by the National Co ttee for a Free Europe, win, -..nized I a year ago to give aid and asylum to exiled leader: from the "prisoner" countries of Central ; Europe, and to establish broadcasting facilities in Germany to carry the stories of these leaders to their own people behind the Iron Curtain. The symbol of the crusade is a Freedom Bell bearing the inscription, "That This World, Under God, Shall Have a New Birth of Freedom"—a paraphrase from Lincoln's Gettysburg address. +Jewish rhridiar Published every Friday IBC, „ H by The Jewish Floridian at 120 I** Sixth street. Miami 18, Florida, entered as second-class matter J"!' 7 1930, at the Poit Office of Mf !" Fla., under the Act of MarOll 3. >< %  '• The Jewish Flondian has a !" !" \. the Jewish Unity and the J' "'" Weekly. Member of the Jewish T flraphic Agency. Seven A-ts F"'" Syndicate, Worldwide News %  •""? 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JAY, gFPTEMBER 15, 1950 *'Jen isti flcridian PAGE FIVE 1/7/ Say... La Belle France By HARRY SIMONHOFF .15 At the crematoria in Dachau, I shook %  lined dust of Germany from the soles of ,b took me direct to the train. Early ^morning, I awoke in Paris. y i,o in Paris is far superior to the subways One can get anywhere in this vast city f following the clear directions posted at ,, each station. I got off at the Arc de eted by Napoleon to commemorate Ins the heart of Paris, this Etoile is the from which radiate the boulevards I the famous battles that transformed h par te into the Emperor Napoleon. [. | in g the imperial Champs-Elysees. one P crochet Eiffel Tower across the River nding guard over the half asleep city. I me of the Invalides lit up by shafts of in makes one think of the New Jerusalem in the medieval picture books. I pass nce a royal palace and now a museum ,wn. Near by are the Tuilleries. the dutiful lens of many hued flowers in their fall I ps are still on the trees in the magniF ...:th their Roman arches, their bubbling r j statuary of bronze and marble. Memories i, highway closes at the Place de la e known as the Place de la Revolution. • I some major incidents of history, here th< Egyptian obelisk now stands, the intriKn head I Marie Antoinette fell into the guillotine I of France's glory, this spot also witwithin 70 years the humiliation of a I taking over. s the American Express, the unI fice of every U.S. tourist. I pass the i : ch, famous for no reason at all, and I Column, the iron spiral tableauing i. vements cast in the very cannon his enemies. A far greater monument is Madame Schiaparclli's dress esit the Place Vendome. Neither my post office nor the restaurants open until 9 a.m. I can now use a petit dejeuner, the continental breakfast with its miserable coffee. So I sit waiting for an hour at a little round table on the sidewalk in front of the Cafe de la Paix. This favorite spot faces the opera, the finest theatre building in the world, and the huge Grand Hotel which was in its heyday when the Prince of Wales, later King Edward Vlt, is said to have drunk champagne out of a celebrated beauty's slipper in its royal suite. Its Allure I sit musing upon the unioue place Paris holds in the affections of mankind. What has this city got that makes it a joy to walk under the green leafy branches Of its boulevards? No one feels a Stranger hep. Paris is every one's second home. What constitutes its charm? An American poet once sang: "London is a man' town with power in the air, Paris is a woman's town with a flower in her hair." Its Riddle Do the attractive qualities of the French as a nation explain the riddle of the Paris Sphinx? But the city is more cosmopolitan than nationalistic. It is the world's crossroad in which people of every kind and condition can meet and mingle. Besides, the French people cannot be over idealized. The Balzacs, the Maupassants, the Zolas, the Prousts give them no flattering picture. In their pages, the nobility appear selfish and decadent, the middle class greeds and conniving, the peasantry mean and avaricious, the government venerable and corrupt. The best touchstone, perhaps, is France's relation with her Jewish citizens. During half a century, the nation was on two occasions subjected to acid tests. The results reveal the mixture of evil and good in French character. The Dreyfus Case In the last decade of the 19th century, a Jewish captain was accused of treason. Convicted and degraded in rank, he was sent to do a life stretch on Devil's Island. But Col. Piquart was by no means convinced of Dreyfus' guilt. Every effort was made to suppress his findings. Then Emile Zola started a bonfire with his fearless J'accuse. There was nothing left but to try Dreyfus again. But here evil raised its head unabashed. The army, the Jesuits, the Royalists, the Clericals insisted on Dreyfus' guilt regardless of the truth. At the second trial, the highest court in France brought in its verdict "guilty, but with extenuating circumstances." The civilized world, believing in Dreyfus' innocence, looked aghast. After such %  > legal ambiguity, the President found it necessary to pardon the accused. Its Evil Significance This bald recital would hardly indicate the passions evoked that all but led to a civil war. with antiSemitism as the spark plug. The Dreyfus Affaire disclosed some ugly spots in the national morality. The issue between the true and the false was clearly drawn. Yet even after the clear demonstration by a /. B Cli menceau, or an Anatole France, the cat could have jumped either way. Truth won out by a ireadth, and the soul of France, though badly damaged, was saved. But the auguries for the future were none too good. Collaboration with Nazis In 1940. the Nazis took over after but three weeks of indifferent resistance. Then began the roundup of Jews for deportation to annihilation camps. It is, however, almost impossible to distinguish Jews from Frenchmen of other stocks. The Germans were Stymied. But the former anti-Dreyfusards and other Frenchmen greedy for blood money came to thenassistance as stooges and collaborators. The community of 300.000 French Jewry was reduced by one half through the betrayals of these degenerate informers. Redeemers of France But the medallion has also a bright side. The other half of French Jewry was saved from extermination solely through the efforts of the decent and the humane. Workmen and priests, farmers and nuns, householders and peasants kept Jewish men. women and children hidden away for the duration. Again the honor of France was saved. In Germany, the decent and the humane wen a tiny minority. 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PAGE SIX vJmisti ncridian FRIDAY, SEPTEM BER u Patricia Curtice Wears Heirloom Brooch For Wedding To Kenneth Lee Herman An heirloom pearl brooch over 200 years old worn by her great imother as a bride and the bible her maternal grandmother carried at her nuptials were used by Miss Patricia Curtice for her wedding to Kenneth Lee Berman Sunday. The double-ring service read by Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan at 2:30 p.m. at the Coral Gables Women's Club. A reception followed the ceremony. The bride, who is the daughter of Mrs. Leonore Curtice. 364 S.W. 19th Road, wore a white taffeta gown fashioned with Queen Anne neckline, fitted bodice and full skill with draped bustle back extending into a cathedral train. Her veil was borrowed from an old family friend. White roses and stephanotis topped her bible. Serving as maid of honor for her sister was Miss Beverly Curtice. who wore Nile green net with matching hat and carried a bouquet of assorted pink flowers. Other bridal attendants. Miss JO Ann Shier. Mrs. Jerome Young, M r s Leonard L'ngar and Mrs. Irwin Samet, wore gowns I en, blue, pink and yellow marquisette complemented with pink nylon net hats and bouquets of assented pink flowers. Lenore S a s 1 a w w a s flower girl in yellow organdy. The bridegroom's brother. Lynn H. Berman, was best man. They are the s'ins of Mr. and Mrs. Moe Herman. 1745 S.W. 15th St. Murray Koretsky. Ted Sloan. Gilbert Schwartz, Pi Lambda Phi fraternity brothers of the bridegroom, and Richard Roth seated guests. Mrs. Ted Sloan kept the guest book. For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Curtice chose a gown of grey lace and marquisette. The bridegroom's Melvin Richardsons Travel To Mexico City Anita Malmud Becomes Mrs. David Kramer the Mrs. Melvin S. Richardson Following an extended wedding trip to Mexico City, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin S. Richardson will make their home at 145 North Shore Drive, Miami Beach. The couple exchanged vows September 9 before Rabbi Irving Lehrman, The double ring candlelight service was held at the Sorrento Hotel. The bride, the former Miss Ruth Joyce Zimmerman, is the daughter The Sorrento Hotel was scene of the wedding of Miss Anita Malmud to David Kramer Sunday. Rabbi Irving Lehrman read the double-ring service. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. Malmud, 463 S.W. 28th Road, wore a ballerina length gown of blush pink embroidered organdy featuring a stand-up portrait neckline. Her fingertip veil fell from a cap of matching or' gandy. and she carried pink orchids and stephanotis on a Ain. Mrs. Irving Kirshman, matron | of honor for her sister, wore ice blue lace over satin. Miss Sheila Suberman, maid of honor, was attired in baby blue net. Both attendants carried roses atop fuschia fans and wore matching floral garlands in their hair. Charles Kramer of New York was best man for his brother. Thev are the sons of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Kramer. 121 S.W. 67th Ave. A reception and dinner followed the ceremony. The bride, a graduate of Miami High School, attended the University of Miami and the University of Florida. She is a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi. Mr. Kramer graduated from Miami Beach High School and is a veteran of World War II. He is now attending the University of Florida, where he is studying pharmacy. He is a member of Zeta Beta Tau and Rho Chi. After a wedding trip to New York, the couple will reside in Gainesville, while Mr. Kramer completes his education. For travelling the bride donned Mrs. David Kramer a navy blue suit with red accessories. Mrs Kenneth Lee Berman • II, the bridegroom's grandmother. mother was gowned in of the Samuel Zimmermans, 1015 8th St., Miami Beach. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Richardson, 16 Star Island, Miami Beach. Attired in a gown of white lace and net, the bride carried a cascade of white carnations and stephanotis. Her illusion veil fell aqua crepe. The bride's grandmother. Mrs. Sarah Pearl, who came from New York for the ceremony, wore turquoise crepe and lace. Mrs. H. L. chose beige linen. All wore -. ges of pink sweetheart roses and baby's breath. Following a wedding trip to New York, the newlvweds will' f rom a crown of seed pearls. S \V. 23rd St. For traveling the bride donned a navy Mrs. Isaac Fryde served as matron of honor in pale yellow dine suit. Both bride and bridegroom attended Miami High School, where • • • meml ers ol the school band, and the University of Miami. veteran, Mr. Berman recently graduated from the school of %  ss ,i Iministration and is associated with his father in the ition of Kenny's Restaurant. The former Miss Curtice was a • ber of the University of Miami band and of Sharet Chapter of B'nth. Edythe Buehman Affianced To Herman Teitler Mrs. Julius Buehman, Plant |City, Fla., announces the engageI ment of her daughter, Edythe, to Herman Teitler, son of Mr. and | Mrs. I. Teitler. 6357 S.W. 14th St., West Miami. The bride-elect attended Florida State University and was graduated from the University of Florida, where she received a BA degree in commercial art. She is a charter member of the Alpha Tau chapter of Alpha Epsilon. Phi. Mr. Teitler attended the College Personally Speaking... Of interest to Miamians is the birth of Irving Charles Rcsenblum. son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon S. Rosenblum, of Paterson, N. )., on Sept. 2nd. Mrs. Rosenblum is the former Paula Lach! daughter of Mrs. Isidor Lach and the late Mr. Lach of 574 N.E. £4th St. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Rosenblum. Mrs. Lach is now in Paterson, getting acquainted with her new giandson, and visiting relatives and friends. She will remain there for the Bris and return the end of this month. -k Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rabenowich and dauqhter, Leah, lecer.tly returned from Hendersonville, N. C. Leah attended Zcrr.p Osceola. + Miss Bea Shapoff is spendinq the High Holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Shapoff, 318 S.W. 28th Road. She w;;l en 'er Wayne University in Detroit. ( organdy. She carried a cascade of pink tea roses. Stanley Richardson was best man for his brother. The bride's mother greeted guests at the reception which i followed the ceremony in a gown of pale pink chiffon and Chantilly laic with a corsage of roses. The bridegroom's mother wore yellow chiffon and green lace with a corsage of yellow orchids. The bride graduated from the University of Miami, where she majored in psychology. Mr. ; Richardson graduated from Miami Beach High School and the UniI versity of Florida and is a mem' ber of Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity. He is now associated with Richardson Furniture Co. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Greenwald. uncle and aunt of the bride, flew in from New York City to attend the ceremony, of the City of New York, where he majored in accountancy. Du> ing the war he :r\ the European Theatre and is presently general manager of Printing Arts. The wedding will take place in Tampa in November. BABY SITTER Afternoons and Evenings Beach Only Best References Ph. 58-3803 %. urdines Store hours: 9:30 to 5:30 Telephone: 3-1141 HEADQUARTERS FOR BACK TO SCHOOL FASHIONS front Kindergarten to College MIAMI • MIAMI BEACH • FT. LAUDERDALE WEST PALM BEACH THE MIAMI JEWISH FOLK CHORUS "(Is its greeting and best Wishes fni the cmiinc. year to its conductor, Hen Yomen, and ily, its singers, rnemb. friends, and the Land of Israel. to all Jewry and to all freedom-loving people; May the New Year bring >nd happiness in a world i.l justice and peace. %  IMS. E. NORRIS. 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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15. 1950 +Jewist fhrtKMam Personally Speaking Mr. and Mrs. Jacob de Koven, 1676 James Ave., Miami Beach, have returned from their summer home at Michiqan City, Indiana. After a seven-week vacation, which took her to Chicaqo Los Angeles and San Francisco, Mrs. Sadie Diamond 1701 SW. 13th St., has returned to Miami. Dr. Samuel Aronovitz has returned from a trip to New York, Canada and New England. Mrs. Aronovitz, who is visitinq relatives and friends in New York, will rejoin him next week. %  ^ *^ T* An open house Sunday, September 17, at 12:30 p.m in the Sherry-Normandie will mark the birthday anniversaries of Charles and Jay Berkowitz, sons of Mr. and Mrs Albert Berkowitz. Charles, five, and Jay, nine, both have birthdays in September. Mrs. David Gross. 634 S.W. 10th Ave., is recuperatinq from a recent illness at Jackson Memorial Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Grossman are spending the holidays in New York City with their daughters, Rita and Naomi Spending the High Holy Days in Key West are Mr and Mrs. Sidney Aronovitz end their children, Elaine and Tod They c:e the guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Aronovitz Mr. end Mrs. William Rafkind and their son are motoring tc French Lick, Indiana, where Mr. Rafkind will attend the national convention of the John Hancock L.ife Insurance Company to be held September 19 to 22. The company has made special arrangements for all Jewish agents attending the conclave. They will be provided transportation to Louisville hotel accommodations, dinner at a kosher restaurant and tickets to c::er.d services in Louisville. Mr. Rafkind is Miami unit manaqer c: : :e company. Miss Phyllis Lee Glasser, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Glasser, left Thursday for Austin, Texas, where she will attend the Univeisity of Texas. Miss Glasser is a sophomore Back hem a motor trip which took them to Nashville and Chattanooga, Tenn., are Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon, 2201 South Miami Avenue. Cutting short her vacation in California when word that her husband had been injured in an automobile accident reached her, Mrs. William Loeb arrived in Miami last week Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Myers have moved here from New Yoric and are residing at 3631 S.W. 21st St. Kenneth Myers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, left Thursday for Chapel Hill, N. C., where he will attend the University of North Carolina. New arrivals at Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville, N C incude Mi. and Mrs. Sidney J. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. A Herelcwitz. Dr. and Mrs. Robert Lessem, Miss Charlotte Lessem, end Jack Mandell. PAGE SEVEN Greenbergs Reveal Daughter's Betrothal Mr. and Mrs. R. Greenberg, 2203 Calais J>rive, Miami Beach, announce the betrothal of their daughter. Gayle. to Larry Garbett, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Garbett. 937 N.W. 59th St. The bride-elect graduated from Miami Beach High School, where she was a member of the National Honor Society, and attended the University of Miami. Mr. Garbett is an alumnus of the Lighting & Engineering College of Chicago and is vice president of the U.S. Fluorescent Mfg. Co. of Miami. The wedding will take place in December. Gayle Greenbe rg Ceremony Will Honor Florida Draftees Tuesday A ceremony has been planned for the swearing in here Tuesday of the first Florida draftees to be called under the new selective service law. Thirty-nine Dade County men and (our from Key West will be sworn into the Army at 4 and will leave at 9:30 that night for basic training at Fort Jackson, S. C. The draftees, all 23 through 25 years old, already have had their pre-induction physical examinations, and need only to be sworn into the Army. Gertrude Hecht Becomes Mrs. Feuer The marriage of Miss Gertrude Hecht to Marshall Feuer was solemnized by Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan at the Cromwell Hotel on September 3. The bride is the sister of Isadore Hecht. 4213 Nautilus Drive. Miami Beach. Mrs. Hecht served as matron of honor. Gus Feuer was best man for his brother. For the reremony the bride chose a gown of white satin and carried white orch-Ms atop a bible. Mrs. Hecht chose a gown of rose taffeta with deep purple gladioli. A reception followed the ceremony. The bride is a former school teacher from Jacksonville. Mr. Feuer. who is practicing law here, attended the University of Florida. Director of Florida Regional Office, Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, says: "Travel is a pleasure with many boring details—but when placed in the hands of travel experts like the FARRS then travel is a pleasure in, the true sense of the word." 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PAGE EIGHT vJewisti fhridliarL FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15. IQcr, Lois Wien, Dr. Shapiro United September 4 A honeymoon in Wilmington Island, Ga., followed the cere, ny which united Dr. Richard D, and Miss Lois ElUn :. S< | tember 4 gai S Hotel. Rabbi ted. • of the : v. ns, 122 w. DiLido • ni B ach. The bride%  %  : %  %  '' nd M 5. Shai !23 S.W. 11th St, father, a ballerii -, %  th a seed pi Her ,-as a Juliet caj laci nd seed pi arls and Two % %  ds I %  .M.s. s. Iney Arn >ld Wien, isi -in-1 M .,-< %  n "i non in i e blue tulli Othi r nts, Miss Joan \; Jodie D nd and frwin Shai %  ille. Irwin s. • b es | %  nd ushers inDr. Lesti Li '• nd Dr. T dore %  A I nm : wi i %  ny. Miss Austin, Mr. Katims Married In St. Louis : : • Vustii I ; i! .:. ; Mi s. Jan i • A St. Lot .: i Kal %  the I A penthouse dinner party marked birthday greetingsI from.Mr. MlM B FL2KJ12\22 Yorker Hotel to Mrs. Charles Goldberg and Seymour Satin, who Clbratod£tfa 'JgffWJS? Ibbd Seated round the table (1. to r.) are Mrs. Sam Kaplan. Mr. Kaplan of ^V^^Mrs Goldbe a Association. Mrs. Leo Eisenstein. Mrs. Seymour Satin. Hosts Mr. and Mrs. Cohen. Mrs Goldberg. Mr Goldberg. Mrs. Gertrude Weitzman and Mrs. G.lbert H. Goldman. Standing are Mr. Eisenstein. Mr' and Mrs Arthur D. Frishman. Mr. Satin. Mrs. Harold Turk, Mayor Turk Mrs. Alexander L.bow Dr.' Ubow and Mr. Goldman. The double surprise party was held in the Cohens' penthouse apartment. Mrs, Florita Harrison, Miss Sally |„4>j|r School To Austin, h< r sisti Miss Bevi y Katims, the bi ()|M k ll S<|M. £** Thi Le : S liool one of Miami Att. %  pj. %  id, si p ivate schools, n Wepman, John Cum fa j] sen •. SPEEDOMETER REPAIRS ALSO Windshield Washers-Wipers Auto Locks Latches SALES SERVICE QUICK %  EFFICIENT AUTO LOCK & HARDWARE 1304 N.E. 2nd Ave. Ph.9-3144 Denki I M mi. \ if 1 %  Hon il the N brid V %  St. ] i the Cenl Deal .i K %  t'ersil f Flori ted '..'. Tau Epsilon Phi li nity, and is now a mi • %  nior class i if Washii I %  ty School n! Mi >n their return from a wedtrip, the couple will reside St Louis. Out-of-town gue I t thi ceremony were from Miami, New York, Norwich, Conn., and Des Moines, Iowa. t t i i I t i i • i i t i i I t i i i i CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER ICcgisi ration for Htlircu School 10-4 DAILY Under Direction of Mr. Joseph Hurwitz Classes Now Forming Sent r 25. \ iw open foi inspection and • -hool will offer courses never before given in ,1-. In addition to ilar academic p I and commercial subjects, students will have tin opportunity to study history and appn tion i il nd arl and human n lations as major subjects. Formal academic classes, in se from 8:30 to 12:30, and supervised study groups from 1:30 to 2:30, are small, allowing for individual educational guidance by fully accredited teachers. The coral rock school, situated in the midst of landscaped gardens which extend 350 feet along I ne Bay. has a history of high academic standards and cultural achievements recognized by siime of the country's largest coland universities. Facilities for students' physical developmi nt are also provided in the 750 t swii ming pool and the comph te playgi ound on the ca groups : angi fron k children through i and business prep • Lunchi planned [ m in the i ded. i i i DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WORKERS $5.00 A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE Phonti 9-5317 — 9-6727 61 N. E. 5th Street AL MEIDENBERO, Owner i 32C Pai:rmo Avenue t t I Phone 48-8073 i Coral Gables i t i t t I —rTiumi %  %  -! Evening Division UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI : Evi :. :. 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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1950 +Jewisf, Her Mian New Savings Loan Association Opens In North Miami Friday Shepard Broad, president of North Miami Savings Building & Loan Association. The new North Miami Savings Building & Loan Association will open its doors for business in its offices. 12487 N.E. Sixth Ave., North Miami, on Friday, September 15. The charter for the association was signed by Governor Fuller Warren and R. A. Gray, Secretary of State on June 12 of this year. and filed for record by E. B. Leatherman. clerk of the Dado County Circuit Court on June 14. The insurance of the association's ants by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation and its .'Membership in the FedH 'ne Loan Bank were apby the Home Loan Bank Boai in August 14. new financial institution will handle savings accounts and Will also perform a financing ii in the community by mortgage loans on homes and commercial property. The mortgage loans to be handled will be the permanent type of mortgage loan as well as construction mortgage loans. The present amount of insurance of accounts is up to $5,000, as provided by the regulations of the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation. It is "expected that the insurance will soon be increased to $10,000. The North Miami Savings Building & Loan Association is capitalized for $1,000,000, and its purposes are to encourage thrift and savings, and to provide for the sound and economical financing of homes. President of the new association is Shepard Broad, who is the developer and mayor of the town of Bay Harbor Islands. Mayor Broad, for whom the new Broad Causeway connecting North Miami and Bay Harbor l Islands was named, guided the efforts and which resulted in conI struction of the new causeway. Mr. Broad is a director of the [ North Shore Bank, Miami Beach, i and one of its founders. He is chairman of the board of Carolina Casualty Insurance Company and also president of Temple Beth Sholom in Miami Beach. He has been widely associated with various business, civic, religious and philanthropic activities throughout the Greater Miami area. Other officers of the association are George Hcadley, vice president; Gus Weber, treasurer, and Max Dreyer, secretary and general manager. The board of directors includes Alvin Cassel. a member of the law firm of Broad and Cassel; Vernon D. Elmore. a director of Peoples Credit Union, and a plumbing contractor in North Miami; T. Robert Kammer. anlhitect, and a member of the planning board of North Miami; John Keefe, real estate and airport developer, and a member of the town council of North Miami: and Edmund G. Vischi. a real estate broker, and chairman of the zoning board and a member of the policy board of North Miami. Mr. Dreyer was a major in the army in World War II and was a principal organizer of post exchanges for the U. S. army. He has been active in real estate circles and is a large property |owner in the North Miami area. George Headley. the vice president, formerly director of build'ing and zoning of North Miami, is connected with Keystone Point! development. Gus Weber, the I treasurer, is a real estate developer and general contractor, and is at present the treasurer of the Peoples Credit Union in North Miami. The law firm of Broad and Cassel are legal counsel for the new institution. Office space for the new association has just been equipped with the latest and most modern fixtures and fittings for efficient operation and for comfort and convenience of the customers of the association. The premises are equipped with sprinkler system, are well lighted and completely air conditioned. The new institution enjoys a very prominent location in the heart of the business district of North Miami at N.E. 6th and 125th St. PAGE NINE .Slack Factory 'The Talk of the Town" & We Carry a Full Line ol Finest Fabrics Forstmann's, Silk Gabardines Tropicals, etc., all 100% Virgin Wool Made to Order & Ready Made Dade Legal I nil Fleets Aronovitz Sidney Aronovitz was named president of the Dado County Junior Bar Association at i'~ 931 Washington Ave., Miami Beach Tel. 58-0566 Closed Saturday Open Sunday A* tow AS! AH MORTGAGE LOANS HENRY E.WOLFF CO. r"n Amifi(| &f -3435 PIZZA! VERA PIZZA NAPOLITANA BY "TRIXIE" CONEY ISLAND'S FAMOUS PIZZA MAKER O VILLA CAPRI • ITALIAN RESTAURANT • COCKTAIL LOUNGE fymmie. §&$&*, Piadt COR. N.E. 2nd AVE. AND 27th ST. 9-2557 THE GARDEN ON THE TRAIL" 2235 S. W. 8th STREET PHONE 4-3155 FAMOUS FOR GOOD FOOD Recommended by DUNCAN HINES VISIT OUR NEW PATIO— open From 12 Noon — MRS. MARIA FREYER. Owmr IOEAL FOR LUNCHEONS AND PRIVATE PARTIES ALPINE LOUNGE MAGIC RUDY From VIENNA Sidney Aronovitz annual meeting Friday Seven Seas Restaurant. Others elected to office were I Fred C. Davant, vice president; Ray H. Pearson, secretary; and I Milton E. Grusmark. treasurer. Directors include Raymond J. j Fordham. George W. Kates, I Thomas H. Barkdull. Charles H. Wakemand and Miss Gla(//s Irene : White. *3U> fe'BM yn tr-a. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackorsky •18 Michigan Arenue Miami Beach Phone 5-3595 FREE Ticket Delivery Insurance HMT1OTM "IS THRIFT Airways 1433 Washington Ave. Miami Beach Reservations Phone 58-2242 Phone 58-2242 Chicago .'18.71 New York JM.78 and all other low fare points na'.E no'nn -\C2 Happy New Year is the sincere wish of Mr. H. Zaidman of the Dade Kosher Market May all Israel be inscribed in the "Book of Life." May our prayers be answered that we be rewarded with a year of Health and Happiness. Dade Kosher Market 153 N. W. 5th Street Telephone 3-1430 Under the supervision of The Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, Director Litten to WINZ on Sunday* from Noon to 1:45 and Tueidayi 8-7 P.M. CHOICE FAMILY PLOTS In Jewish Section—Woodlawn Park Cemetery AVAILABLE NOW! For Detcdls and Information Call Cemetery Office 4-5922 MR. REALTOR Is this your problem??? Do vuu nee


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PAGE TEN KlewlsliftcridHan FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER K Ramona Breitbart Wed In White Satin In a double ring ceremony at the Sherry Frontenac Hotel on September 3. Miss Ramona G. Breitbart became the bride of %  Vale Ogron. Rabbi Max Shapiro read the sei vice. The bride is the daughter of Mi. and Mis. Mortimer W. Breitbart, 1075 N.W. 65th St. Mr. and Mis. Meyer Ogron of Surl and Chicago are the bridegroom's parents. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown *>! white satin with fitted bodice and nylon yoke edged with Chantilly lute. Her full hoop skirt extended into a court train and her veil. attached to a lace ci iwn, was trimmed with orange bloss >ms worn by her maternal grandmother 55 years ago. She carried a lace handkerchief, gift ol the bridegroom, and white orchids mi a satin heart trimmed with stephanotis. Mis ll K irot, the bride's aunt from Cleveland. Ohio, was matron of honoi m a gown of aqua taffeta. She carried yellow roses and stephanotis on a satin heart. Bridesmaids were the Misses Muriel Adelman. Pearl Kaplan and Gertrude Sugarman. They wore pale blue, green and coral net over taffeta with matching carnations on satin hearts. Bernard L. Ogron. the bridegroom's brother of Chicago, was best man. Zeymour and Earl Ogron, Chicago, also brothers of David Tobin, Fiancee Will Marry Sunday Announcement has been made i of the approaching marriage of Miss June Ellen Berman and David L. Tobin. son of Mr. and | Mrs C/.arles S, Tobin, 5231 North Bay K >ad, Mi imi Beach. The wedding will take place Sunday. S r IT. in % %  • :. Mi %  and pi n nts, Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Berman. The prospective bridegroom, a native Mian I from Miami Beach High School. He attended the University of Florida, the U. S. Naval Academy and I received his • ee fi >m the I'ni. versity of Miami. Hi' is a I lieutenant in the Air Corps re-1 Sl : ve. Miss Berman is a graduate of \ Westbr >ok C illege, Portland, Me Following a wedding trip to Poland Springs. Me., New York and Asheville, N. C the couple will live in Miami Beach. Mr. Tobin is vici pn sident of Tobin and Baker Insurance Agency. I ^lagler-Granada Sotting I'p IV-II \iH* Program The Flagler-G i anada Ji C %  ;.unity Center will organize ram for teen-agei s on Monday, Si pti mber 1". at i meel ing and dance :n the group's ni %  51st PI. and N.W. 1st St., ace ling to Mrs. J. Freed, chairman. The teen-age program is being set up under the direction of '. Ph.; Jewish I %  nti Ass .it. m ai ea director. All teen: • .. pan nts have been im ite. I I i this inil il afl ii irmulate plans for future activil %  Additional Information may be ned by calling Mi I48-3058. Mrs. Vnlithe bridegroom. Abrams, Cleveland. the bride, ushered. A reception followed hotel dining room. Ogron and Allan a cousin of in the %  III lU'SUIIH'S .IM Unties Leon J. Ell. who recently returned from an extensive summer trip, has resumed his duties as I chajrman of the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami. Upon resuming his post. Ell stressed the acute need for extraordinary efforts in behali of Israel's agricultural and reforesfcpr ijects. He pointed out that dollars collected through the Jewish Na'ion.d Fund not only reclaim the land but give immediate to unskilled new arrivals. Ell will deliver a special ige in English on Sunday. September 17. at 10:30 a.m. over Jacob Schachter's Jewish Hour on %  %  ii WITT. Danii 1 M. Broad will .-peak in Yiddish. B'nai B'rith Luncheon Meeting Place Changed Meeting place of the Sholem 1, |ge, B'nai B'rith. Luncheon Club has been changed to Shangri-La Restaurant. 15 N.E. 3rd Ave., Sidney Aronovitz, lodge lent, has announced. First speaker in the new quarters will be City Commissioner Louie Bandel. who will discuss %  A ffairs of the City" Friday. September 15. at 12:15 p.m. Miami To Mark |\ Anniversary Fifth anniversary of the establishment of the United Nations I will be celebrated in Miami and throughout the country on Tuesday. October 24. Plans for the local commemI oration, and a month-long preliminary educational program, j will be'made at a nieetin.g of the United Nations Assn. of Great's Miami at 8 p.m. Monday in the Sunshine room of the Florida Power & Light Co. Maj. Cen. Henry W. Baird (ret.), president, announced that the speaker at that meeting will be William G. Cornelius, assistant professor of government. Univesiity of Miami, whose s international relations Hk ? ject will be, "The Effect Vt Korean Situation on the UN" Chairman of the celehrati United Nations v." ,? n f claimed recently by CJ v £ Warren, is Col. Frank \i n baugh. who rev,..,: thatneartZ all organizations in ti, s a f already making pi,,,, a kind of recognition. ^ m Absentee Ballots To Be Ready On September 25 Absentee ballots : ,. X he N vembcr 7 general el n wil ?" ready September 2 .CarlHotaS county supervisor ,1 MM-fi announced this week • • 2Voir Open Adler's Kosher Live Poultry Market Shochet on Premises Daily Free Delivery — Phone 2-2279 1832 S.W. 8th Street STRICTLY KOSHER Under Supervision of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth FOR RENT—FOUR MEETING ROOMS AND TWO LARGE AUDITORIUMS Alto completely equipped large Kosher Kitchen for Wedding*, Bar Mitivahs, Card Parties and Lodge Meetings. Plenty of Parking Space. PHONE SIDNEY H. PALMER 4-5922. FOR INFORMATION MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Wholesale and Retail Rough or Pulverized Grade A. Soil "WE SPREAD" Phone 4-0335 LANDSCAPING OUR SPECIALTY EDWARD ALPER 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace ALL WORK GUARANTEED — N ORTH MIAMI SAVINGS-— BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION A FEDERALLY INSURED MUTUAL SAVING INSTITUTION All accounts insured by the Federal Savings and Loae Insurance Cofpera H.t. 6th AVE. at 125th ST. FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 15th. Member of he Federal Home Loan Bank System. Office Hours: Sept. 15th an<4 16th: 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. lhe North Miami Savings Building & Loan Association was founded to serve the Savings ana Loan needs of this rapidly growing area Our pledge to this community is courteous, efficient and prompt service to everyone in neea of our Savings and Loan facilities We invite you to come to our opening and meet our friendly personnel and don't forget our Opening Gift to our new friends and customers ... A Beautiful Sheaffer's Fineline Pen and Pencil Set will be presented to each person opening a savings account for as little as $10.00 • Start on the road to financial independence • Open a small account and watch it grow Your savings are insured up to $5,000 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation • • This bank is Yours ... it belongs to the depositors ... it is a Mutual. Join today and help it grow sincerely, Shepard Broad, President Max Dreyer, Secretary



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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 15, 1950 Gables Women To Meet Monday A religious theme will predominate at the first meeting of the year for the Sisterhood of the Coral Gables Jewish Center to be held on Monday. September !;;. at 8:15 p.m. at the center. A series of tableaux depicting the customs and ceremonies as: ted with the fall religious holidays—Rush Hashona, YTom ipur, Succos and Simchas Ti rah—will be presented undei the direction of Mrs. Peter Glazer %  Mrs. Edgar Miller. Mrs. •. r '.'.ill act as narrator. The Sabbath theme will be inted by sisterhood president. Morris B. Horwitz, and Mrs. Schulefand. The membership :,: large will participate in the candle-lighting ritual, the breaking of the symbolic broad and the kiddish at the culmination of the program. Rabbi Morris Skop. the con:ion's spiritual leader, will lend his assistance and guidance in the interpretations. vJewisti Fkridiar? PAGE ELEVEN ^Mor the Hi 9 h Holy Doys v 0 UR W1 PRHWS servings". BIG ECONOMY 2 l>*& )MlS.-- b0U %f patties'. To Discuss Yom Kippur Rabbi Simon April and Norman R, Lyons. Miami attorney and Jewish newscaster, will speak on | Spirit of Yom Kippur As Oil if liaril'v Exemplified in Ancient and I Mi dern Jewish Customs" Sunday, niber 17. at 10 a.m. during Jacob Schachter's Jewish Musical Hour. The program is heard every Friday at 1 p.m. and Sunday at ii..over station WTTT. Loan Group To Meet The Greater Miami Hebrew ] Association will meet Monday. September 18, at 8 p.m. at (hi Miami Jewish Community Center, according to an announcement from S. Rothstein, president. El^mfnl! c u Malv,na We,ss Liebman. principal South Beach SSSTSSShafi "A^H Alexander S Gross P director'of tS SAMUEL BURNS Fussed away Wednesday in a local survived by two sons, Robert, "f Ml%  ',"". a ,,.i Ralph, of Sierra Uadre, \VII i'-i' A : ""!'City, Mis. Shirley wile, Elmhurst, Long Island, and Mrs Anna Portner, Atlantic City. Philbrick Funeral Home was In charge • •i arrangements, with Interment taking place In Mi. x. i emetery. IDA KRASSNICK %  > %  • 2 .' ,! \ A l ""' ve P 8 ^ away September IL' HI ;, local hosiiltal. M 1 "'. '£, avo ?-., h er children. Jack and Max, .Mrs. Tlllle Mltnlck, Miami Ben. h and Mrs, Minnie Kuperamlth, New rork i Ity Aim surviving are a sister Mrs. liiissi.Gilbert, Dorchester Mass another sister, Mrs. Dora "'ass',.! chl•'"-'"• "' brother Harry Port, Services were conducted al Riverside Memorial Chanel, Miami Heach, with interment taking place in Mi. N. i„, 1 emeter>'< Brynes Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Nathan Brynes, formerly of 1600 S.W. 11th St.. will take place Sunday September 17. at 2:30 p.m. at Mount Sinai Cemetery with Rabbi Murray Grauer officiating. Mr. Brynes is survived bv his wife, Rose, and two daughters, Mrs. Edith Diamond and Mrs. Ethel Mendelsohn. Relatives and friends are asked to be present. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Co. OLD-FASHIONED Gefilte Fish KOSHER Q PMEVI WORK MONEY SAVING! SAVING! TIME SAVING! Insist on the green and yellow label .. buy it the MOST ECONOMICAt way .. world-honored recipe made from the choicest fresh-water fish .. ready to serve. from Ihi ipotleu kltchtm el MOTMtrS FOOD PIODUCTS, IMC, NEWARK, h*. ] Exclusive distributor to tlie retail trade HI-GRADE FOOD PRODUCTS CO. 1733 N.W. Seventh Ave., Miami, Fla., Miami 9-8456 HARRY L GOLDMAN 18, % %  ( 2222 S.W. Bth 81 passed away mday following ;< brief Illness Mr Iman came here xeven years ago n Rochester, X. V id was .1 red tailor. ll<> is survived 1 >\ his re, Emma, and ;i brother Abraham, lTonkers. Services were held al >rdon Funeral Home, conducted bj orkman's Circle No. 699, ..f which •, Goldman was a member. Mr. and Mrs. Al Wise 608 S. W. 18th Avenue Extend Best Wishes to All Their Relatives and Friends for a HAPPY NEW YEAR ABRAHAM ROSENBAUM 89, of -.411 Byron Ave.. passed away suddenly cm Tuesday, He is survived bj his wife, Lena; daughter, Cecele: brother, Jack, of Miami Beach; also a brother Harry, of Cleveland, and Sam, George and Benjamin, of Brook, lyn Mr. Rosenbaum was the owner • •I s.ii.i,. Palm Laundermat. He was a veteran of World War I and n member of Cambridge I -< %  I^J: .662, P and AM of New VorU Clt> Riverside Men,..! ("Impel, Miami Beach, was In charge of funeral arrangements, Interment K place in Mi. Nebo Cemetei y. See or Phone Me NAT GANS 3-4616 — 4-9981 LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS Metropolitan Life Ins. Co. 907 Biscayne Bldg. 19 W. Flagler St. M NASATIR, Program Director YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR WI1VZ (940 on Your Dial) EVERY SUNDAY 12:00 Noon to 1:30 P. M EVERY TUESDAY 6:00 to 7:00 P. 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)AY. SEPTEMBER 15, 1950 *Jfewftf) norid§an PAGE THIRTEEN Capitol Spotlight By MILTON FRIEDMAN hv vslIlNGTON—The American i falling down on the job. | majority of American .„,s and radio stations ,,led to run stories on the Enaer to our civil liberties—and I way of life—from right1 fascist groups. A majority t roups thrive on anti\ tism. I is i weeK the House Lobby I ting Committee, under -lanship of Democratic r entatives Frank Buchanan 1 nnsylvania, recommended I pee men be cited for conl Congress for refusing to I committee questions conthe organizations they [ ted. William Patterson, Jial of the leftwing Civil I Congress, was one of the ; n The House voted to f for contempt. The other I: Joseph Kamp, an of• the Constitutional Ed1 League, and Edward head of the Committee, nstitutional Government, news reports described the I organizations as "right ( | I ended it right there. Ijco major paper spelled out in j the viciousness and sordidI ; the motives and programs ( : [e such as Kamp and hat Democratic Representative Wright Patman of Texas bout Rumley, who was cited pt of Congress by a House of Hrpresentatives vote of ;83 "to 175 I I rise warn the American n-iple about a man. an evil man,, institution he directs. \ This man institutes as grave a well-being and Be— 1'nited States as any j ,:•;.-' within our borders.; no I'ommunist ... he an American Fascist, plain %  iled ." Rumley went to prison after for failing to regisag an agent of the German rnment. Throughout his lengthy speech denouncing Rumey. Pal in referred to him as nvict." Continued Patnan: P tically every piece of propagan la turned out the past decade or more—running into tens of millions of copies of i tides and statements m Ed Rumley's phony Con; nal Committee has been saturated with the obnoxious odor of Fascistic bias." Thus Patman refutes apologists for press misheba.vior, who say Rumley is not important enough to warrant detailed stories about him. Th scope of his work—'"tens of million of copies"—shows him j and his front groups to be nationi wide in scope and influence. • There may be some justice in this world after all. A problem created by the Germans has reversed itself and now is one of the biggest problems faced by the German people—what to do with refugees. Ethnic Germans streaming back to the Vaterland are lengthening Germany's unemployment rolls, creating unrest and lowering living standards. In some areas of Western Germany, refugees make up as much as onethird of the population. Unlike the problem of Jewish refugees in Germany, the problem of German refugees in their own country continues to grow. According to the latest report to Secretary of State Acheson from U.S. High Commissioner John J. McCloy, there were in October, 1946, some 6,900,000 refugees in West Germany. By the beginning of this year, according to the report, the number increased to 8.964.000. Germans kicked out of other lands since the war now make up one-fifth of the entire population in Western Germany. Here is how McCloy's report describes efforts of Chancellor Konrad Adenauer's government to find jobs for the unemployed German refugees. "There has been extensive debate but little specific action on the critical unemployment problem American officials questioned the (West German) government's optimism as to the efficacy of this program and suggested rather strongly that it would fail to achieve its purpose." • • • Congressman John Rankin continues his anti-Semitic diatribes ] on the floor of the House of i Representatives. Referring to the alleged Communists arrested on atomic spying charges, the Mis! sissippi Democrat declared: "Not a single one has ever i been a member of a Christian church. There is not a white 1 Gentile in the entire group, and Corinne Florence; his parents, of this area for 25 years, was Mr. and Mrs. Gershon August; affiliated with August Brothers two brothers, Harry and Louis, all Bakery. Relatives and friends are of Miami. Mr. August, a resident asked to be present. Residents of Greater Miami area will hear the latest news of Israel, when Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, attorney and well known social worker, discusses her recent visit to Israel at the Hebrew Academy on September 28 at 8:30 p.m. The occasion will be a "boruch abo" or a welcome to the children of the academy. the same may be said of at least 75 percent of the Communists in this country." Rankin's latest blast came during the House debate on subversive control legislation. • • Somebody ought to complain to the Federal Communications Commission about what is being done to "Tzena. Tzena." Two television shows have used it for "production numbers," and in both cases, when the singers came to the line about" "Let's do the Hora," the dancers performed something that looked like a cross between a mid-.'estern polkasquare dance and a ragtime spasm. August Unveiling The unveiling of a monument to the memry of the late Samuel Joseph August, who passed away September 30, 1949, will take place Sunday, September 17, at Mount Nebo Cemetery with Rabbis Max Shapiro and Simon April officiating. Mr. August is survived by his wife, Hilma; one son, Frederick Bernard; two daughters. Muriel Bernice and Pictured above are members of the North Shore Jewish Center eheto W"^SoSSf^L^uS Philip Fried conduct High Holiday Services at the Normandy TbMte*ThU £gjn JJ* grown its temporary quarters at 7110 Bay Drive and leased the theatre to W !" !" 2 Oi new members, according to Melvin Patol. president Left to right are g !" !" "^* !" } Snyder. Morris Dollinger. Rabbi Fried, Melvin Alt man. A. J. Kaplan udLM "•"• Cho.rmaster Al Mechlowitz. Sam Jaffee and Ben Bass were absent when the photograph was taken. SI taste ROKEACH BORSCHT Mr. and Mrs. Abe Chiel and Family Owners of QUALITY KOSHER FOOD CENTER once again say HAPPY NEW YEAR We thank alt ot you who have made the past year such a grand one ... We thank alt oi you for your continued patronage that has made it possible for the Quality Kosher Food Center to become on< k of the most outstanding kosher markets in the terealer Miami area ... We thank you one and all for the privilege oi serving you with the finest of quality nieats and poultry. We pray that the year 57II will bring peace to the entire world —a year filled with Health and Happiness. TELEPHONE 82-5001 Quality Kosher Food Center 1961 S. W. 8th Street Supervised by The Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth The Showcase of Good Food The GOVERNOR CAFETERIA 1225 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH PR IN NG ot every description ^Jemst7ftaridian t ommertinl Printiny department 120 N.E. 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PAGE F I DTLl | +JmistntrHk>r FBIDAY. SEP7EV;r.. Not A Crime .. SEYM HWARTZ %  72 no .". %  topped a: i i • thing hi tl n : r \ %  % %  r 1947 • %  '•' r %  %  f %  "' %  7 I B %  7 %  J What : %  %  : • : H I k tier Hi %  • %  %  %  .%  plied 7 no th .-•.. the rung the r • at into 1 it • It ipp pa' entaril A HAPPY NEW YEAR The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH The Only Co m m unit y-Wide Kashmir. Association Participating Agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. warns t.-.e Jewish Population: 1. Not to be rmsied by words such as KOSHER, STRICTLYKOSHER. FRISHE FLEISH. or an insigna such as the MOGEN DOVID. six-pointed star; 2. That meat or poultry marked kosher may be non-kosher because of various reasons. The mark on the product merely signifies that it was originally prepared as Kosher. T.-e re-.!, for your protection, in Kashruth rests on your Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth. the only city-wide Vaad Hakashruth Association, and we therefore inform you lhat ONLY those meat and poultry markets which have the Sign of the GMVH displayed are supervised and endorsed as having their products Kosher: 3. That the chicken market whose Shochet does not have the plumba of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth u 8 3 ". -.•.'./. on thechickens is not endorsed by your Vaad; and •'..-'.fore, the Vaad cannot guarantee the Kashruth; 4 JJj al *" fallowing are live poultry markets where the Snocniun are supervised and endorsed by the Vaad: IDEAL LIVE POULTRY MARKET 151 N.E. 5th Street. Miami 'Wholesale Only, ABE'S LIVE POULTRY MARKET 2011 S. W. 8th Street. Miami 'Wholesale ar.d Retail, BERMANS LIVE POULTRY MARKET 87 Washington Avenue. Miami Eeach 'Wholesale ar.d Retail, S & H LTVE POULTRY MARKET 320 Collins Avenue. Miami Eeach Wholesale ar.d Retail GUTMAN & LAPOF LTVE POULTRY MARKET 325 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach 'Wholesale and Retail, MALTER'S LIVE POULTRY MARKET 436 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach 'Wholesale and Retail) Sfm '. h r.\ Sh C ^ im If iS her Uve pou,,r V m kets who cl.im to have Koshed-killed poultry are neither super. nor endorsed by your Vaad; upervisea Mpn*^ !" in th l' ,ve P !" 1 *'* mark NOT LNDORSED as they may be Over Zman; ? IJ B !hV 0 rMvJ ivc poultry %  "'*' >etdm M l GMVH. "• r l P zm -"--••" ring M For other information regarding Kashruth call -...d rodoi With best wishes for a SH'nas G'uloh Vishuah To Israel and the Jew in the Diaspora H. Sootin. Secy. ^ Harry Sifkin p,^^, S. Lobel, Treas. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, Director and All Affiliated Congregations of The Greater Miami Vaad Hakaahruth 5. 6. : %  • r 1 i .-:.-.' %  tl %  'An i .: ,-ould you underMyi led Why lon't : .i Come. i him to 1 n %  '--' three feet away • ospan's r m Sit 1 said Tell rr.e i •:.-. -Aabout your .'•: -.-.M ilumpe I %  :' hei tte Iced at the • Hi lit up and sm hii nd on to 1 tanl I lid. He • he queried. • %  • should Israel first M '•• id "He wanted the the older folk • ;.me. everyefore hi did nd stubborn about it. 1 i I am •hers go. My turn :-:• felt strongly about the nurse I "I'm coming to that. But you • md Jerzy Greenil, his enthusiasm, his sense of responsibility." 'Tell me about it," the nurse : "He went everywhere. Bucharest Thi provinces. The border. Meetings, Everywhere. And he went at the r:sk of his life." n't understand," Mvra said. You Ton see. esN We itzim, to f %  i %  ttinsj We even. int I And then it i %  % %  Iced. The r.->. It .-. Page 18) __ OCULIST'S LENSES AND T?J^ am DUPLICATED LABGE SELECTION Hi LATEST STYLES Beach Optical Service 350 Lincoln Rod MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY Offers to DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES A 5-POINT PURCHASE PLAN • Wise Counseling • Beautiful Landscaping • Perpetual Care • Pre-Need Budge: Plu, • Special Protective Features Ideally Located Near Wesrt Flaaler at 53rd Avenue Office-5505 N.W. 3rd Street p„ at 6 RABBI S. M. MACHTEL Exec Vice-President ROBERT YAJTEY. Sah Director iflnral jFesttuttu There is a special thrill in receiving flowers to add to the glow of the New Year. For beautiful cut flowers and 'corsages at low prices call Miami Beach 607 Lincoln Rd. lxDttf6orftfns 3 itr. .E296-; Miami Flagler at Bridge (2-061*) and 2790 S.W. 17th Ave. (9-8416) Ft. Lauderdale AS S Federal Hwy. (2-7562) Send Flowers By Wire Worldwide MIX YOUR f< Hot*** JNVX*^ CANADA DRY/ Ginger Ale /', FORTHE | f BOTTLE Complete and jbependiMe o7i/fe SeWtce M IAMI TITLC & Obstruct Co. 24 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUKTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE Title Insurance Policies of Kansas City Title Insurance Co. Capital, Surplus 000



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UDA Y, SEPTEMBER 15, 1950 *Jewlst FhridHar PAGE FIFTEEN mmg GREETINGS Sylvan Paterno DRAPERIES CORNICES UPHOLSTERY SLIP COVERS | CUSTOM BUILT FURNITURE 1359 S.W. 8th Street Phone 3-0744 CS3332 L\;;W;WIW\II The Cortege To Mt. Scopus llr. anil Mrs. Jo*. B. Margolis and Sons STEPHEN and LAWRENCE Extend to All Their Relatives and Friends Sincere Wishes lor a VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR DULANEY'S of MIAMI BEACH, Inc. By ROBERT SEELAV Out of the ground they removed j on the journey, with no effort to gently, even tenderly the case of retrace or return. The tense human remains. Assiduously they moment eased, cleansed it of the soil and clinging "What do I here?" a woman plant life, even of the worms that urged. "I was hut a young person rotated about it seeking an entry, in the dreary lands of the Czars. It was their avowed purpose that H is soldiery passed the home of nothing of bloody Europa shall my people and forcibly took me adhere to it. Then the devoted hands lifted W; Thon / was told that one of them would make me his wife FOOD 411 W. 41st St. MARKET Ph. 5-6441 the case and placed it within the belly of the huge metal bird and fastened it securely. The motors purred, revolved, faster, even faster; the' wings flapped noiselessly, the tail shuttled right and left, and the big bird lifted itself into the vacant skies. The bird flew East, with its precious cargo. But within moments the carrier appeared surrounded as with a vapor, high and wide. It may not have been visible to the human eye, nor did the sounds reach the human ear, but to the souls that congregated within the large cube, the evanescent remains of the departed Israelites in Europa, all scenes and sounds were clear and discernible. In mere moments this vast outer shell of colorless air surrounding the big bird and its case of remains grew to height and breadth immeasurable. Reaching almost to the ground, and as high as the unseen stellar bodies, as wide as all of Europa, this strange substance surrounded the big bird. Many millions of these unseen nebulae, the last vestige of the interred Israelites of Europa. all the inhabitants of its communities of Death floated within BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL WOMEN EMMA LAZARUS CHAPTER B'NAI B'RITH EXTENDS NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL if I would believe in the Shventum Duhom. I had no choice. Why have you allowed me to return within your midst?" No one answered. Another voice came. "Woman must follow. But I—a Rothschild! I do not wish to follow Herzl to Israel. I told him again and again while alive that I have no wish to go there or to aid others in that purpose. Those that went with my aid did so only to die there." "Now, here am I" came words from the farther end, "I am Disraeli, the great Briconsfield. I severed myself long ago from the Children of Moses." "But in retort to the jibes of your Christian friends against Israel you stood in our defense nevertheless, hence you are of us," came from George Brandes Cohen. "Look about you and you will see in this caravan Mendelsohn, Heine and others who aban• doned our people and have rejoined them in this tribute to Israel's Redeemer." "Where is Mt. Scopus?" came from one who boasted he was from Espana, "I am the Great NEW YEAR GREETINGS T SIDNEY DeWOLF & SON Itnildvrs Contraetorn 236 N. W. 7th Avenue Phone 3-3067 Up-to-Date Van Service LEW M. CISCO Transfer & Storage 328 N. E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 2-5411 deserted their mutilated bodies, their distorted faces, their battered skulls, their shattered bones, all the evidences of Europa's tortures and afflictions and sadistic destructions. The cube of atoms followed closely the big bird and from every section passed it drew upwards, from beneath the carved tombs, myriads of souls, young and old, for the brutal hand of Bigotry knows no age, no sex nor any person's worth. It reckons its success in numbers devoured. The invisible forms understood one another, whatever their respective living languages may have been and however far their domiciles in life. In this mammoth this aerial compound. All had Cardinal and gave up my contact with Israel many periods ago.' "Indeed, you did that," said Samuel Levi, who built the great Synagogue in Granada of Espana. "You joined the Inquisition of; Torquemada. You altered my' structure into the Church of Our Lady del Transito. But no one of the Christians had trust in you, hence you are with us." "Is it not traditional with our people to respect their elders" asked a voice with the tremor of age, "and I am the oldest wanderer in this part of the globe. I came with the Romans to these farthest north, and my sons were taken to mines of the Anglo isles. This is our first re-union. They, the Celts, Franks, Danes were plain folks but not cruel, like — A. F. GIVEN PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT 420 Congress Bldg. cloud of living Dead their minds ; thejr present heirs Their nee ds joined in thought and retrospecwere simple and tney shared all! tion. j things between them. Their lives Rashi, the teacher, spoke first: j weie disturbed when the Huns "It is written in Genesis that our j an d Vandals came in from the Joseph, the son of father Jacob, ; N 01 th East. and. again, when difspoke unto the children of Israel, ; f e rent cultures invaded their saying. 'Ye shall carry up my ancient ways. As for me, I met bones from hence to Palestine,' and the Israelites carried Joseph through the wilderness to deposit his bones in accordance with his wishes." with no disturbance." "The cultures that our friend mentions overwhelmed the Europeans" spoke up an ancient bard, and clashed severely in the folAnother voice was heard, that ] ow ing centuries. As is now well Phone 3-3658 Miami, Florida a* DR. W. H. ELLIS 1100 N. E. First Avenue Miami, Fla. PHONE 3-3453 'EGETABLES ITAMINS ICTORY KLEFEKER PRODUCE CO. 1215 N.W. 21st St. Ph. 3-8W5 of Nordau: "These were the words of another, who asked to be buried and to rest till the Jewish people shall carry his remains to Palestine. They are the words of the Redeemer of Israel, Theodor Herzl, whose bones are in the belly of the big metal bird that we are escorting as a cortege to Mt. Scopus in Palestine." A hubbub followed. No one had known whither and why the procession of the Living Dead. Some muttered, the expressions varied, there was no unity of thought. "Shall we live again?" many asked. "Indeed we shall," or "We shall not," or just "Woe unto us" and other pleas and supplications came from many invisible throats. But even those who wailed kept known, I was the embattled person, with my fellow-Israelites. The leaders of the Crusades were men with stout heart and misguided aims. On the road to Palestine, at every town and village, they practiced their soldiery on our hapless Hebrews. But we were obliged to disappoint them : —we took our own lives and those of our beloved ones and our corpses swelled the swift river, valleys. Now we meet again." No one painted a scene of the last holocaust in Europa, with its | multitude of dead. No one was i the great artist to do so faithfully. All were deliberately silent. The cortege is ended. The host | of the Living Dead is ensconced ; at the peak of Mt. Scopus, an eternal Guard of Honor! KINDERGARTEN THRU HIGH SCHOOL—CO-ED Inquiries invited—Open for registration Situated on two acre waterfront estate with 75 foot swimming pool—outdoor study. Established reputation for achieving high scholastic standards and character development. 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Murrow and | j many others—will be heard on station WIOD. starting Sunday. I I September 17. at 10:45 a.m. in I "The New Frontier." a new series of dramatic programs dealing) with problems of prejudice and discrimination in the" United States todav. it has been announced by Gilbert J. Balkin. director. Florida regional office. Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. "The New Frontier." produced by Harold Franklin for the Institute for Demoratic Education. New York, in cooperation with the Anti-Defamation League, is ned to dramatize the vast potential of human resources, energies and contributions which can be made available to demont barriers of prejudice and discrimination are removed. The first program in the series .will be "The Facts of Life." rig Ezra Stone of "Henry j Aldrich" fame. Am >ng thi areas covered in the 1 thirteen programs in the series are dl :ion in higher ed.n. employment, housing, 'public accommodations, resorts and clubs. Good human relations in a neighborhood and worldwide human rights, with emphasis on what the average American can do about them, is the objective of the series which will be broadcast as a public service by station WIOD. Balkin said. "The New Frontier." like earlier series produced by the Institute for Democratic Education, will be broadcast by more than 1.000 radio stations in the United States and will be made available to schools lor use as educational aides. Awai received by the Institute for Democratic Education j include .i Variety "Show Management Plaque" for "tackling the %  problems of intergroup tension 'with a forthrightness that made; the organization's work unique in realm of broadcasting aimed | at mass education on democratic principles:"' two first awards, a rd and an honorable mention at the Ohio State University's annual Institution of Education by Radio, and a "Citation of Distinguished Merit" from the National Conference of Christians and Jews. 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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1950 -Jew is* nor id fan Let BERNIE SAFFER Worry ... About Your FOOD Entertainment and the other thousand details for your Weddings, Bar Mitzvahs, Engagements, Laws Parties, Cocktail Parties. Children Parties, Meetings, Buffets. A Complete Caterinq Service PHONE 3-5463 N.GHTS, SUNDAYS & HOLIDAYS 3-4845 JACK & JILL 24 N.W. 7th St. Off Miami Av. Yont Kippur On Wall St. By DAVID SCHWARTZ PAGE SEVENTEEN DAN CHAPPELL Pan American Bank Building There is something about Wall St. that always reminded me of another Wall—the Wailing Wall of Jerusalem. I don't mean to be blasphemous. I know that fundamentally, they are at two opposite poles. Wall St. stands for Mammon and the Wailing Wall of the Temple stands for Godliness. And God and Mammon, so at least it has been reported, have never got along too well. I know the great chasm which separates them, but at the same time, I repeat, there is something too which evokes thoughts of analogies. Have you ever seen the Stock Exchange in operation—the fervor, the tenseness, the excitement? The men at the stock exchange seem to have a kind of religious fervor. They are emotionally aroused to the highest pitch. They have that quality of fervor which ;he Chassidim said one must manifest in acceptable prayer in communion with God. These are only psychological similarities, I know, and anyway what I want to talk about now is really something else. I want to tell the story about a great figure on Wall St., of one Ybm Kippur when this Wall St. figure chose to absent himself from Wall St I want to tell the story of one Yom Kippur in the life of Bernard Baruch. Bernard Baruch recently reached the four-score milestone and this particular Yom Kippur dates back many years. At that time, Baruch was not the elder rabbi chanting the services, repeat: "This is Judgment Day." he had no question but that for him it was. He was not available to brokers. He might be wiped out on the Exchange by his absence—but he chose to obey his mother. There is no use dragging out the story. You can imagine his emotions all that day. Baruch is a man, however, who can easily smile. He can turn the smile even in difficulties. .AH right, maybe he would be wiped out. He was still young. There would come another day. Such thoughts were in his mind, as he picked up the paper upon his return from the temple, when the stock exchange was closed. What was this? Copper shares had jumped to a new high! The next day Baruch found that by absenting himself from his office he had made his biggest gain of a single day on Wall St. TO ALL GREETINGS ELDER FAN COMPANY FANS OF ALL TYPES 28 N. W. 4th Street Miami< Florida Phone 2-2105 Beach Lodge To Observe Jewish Eflueation Month Four leaders in Miami Beach Jewish community life will be featured in a program sponsored by North Shore Lodge, B'nai B'rith, in observance of Jewish Education Month, it has been announced by Leonard Tobin, locfge president. The affair will take place Monday, September 18, at 8:30 p.m. at Temple Beth Sholom. Subject of a panel discussion LEW HOWES Chris Craft Sales and Service PARTS, MARINE SUPPLIES, PAINTS, ETC. Mercury Outboard Motors and Chris Craft 412-18 N.W.N. River Dr. 82-5411 427 N.W.N. River Dr. 7-4191 NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL SALES — MOTOROLA — SERVICE EDDIE'S RADIO SERVICE 3209 N.W. 7th Avenue p hone 3 6564 Service On All Makes Auto and Home Radios and Television a r i "—-.< %  moo -.will be "Are Synagogues and Restatesman, the adviser of Presiligious Schools Meeting the Chaldents, but a much younger man, lenge of Jewish Education and GREETINGS! "linos'' Clark GOLF PROFESSIONAL Biltmore & Granada Courses lessons by Appointment, Complete line of Golfing Equipment Phone Biltmore 4-0649, 48-0610 Granada 48-9909, 4-9143 PEST CONTROL SERVICE Termite Proofing—Fumigating Moth Proofing Bonded Uniformed Operators Miami — Miami Beach Coral Gables Biseayne Exterminating Service, Inc. 3925 Ponce De Leon Blvd. Phone 4-6401 J n't Tolerate—Exterminate TO ALL A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY I SUNSHINE'S BEAUTY SALON %  £50 • 41st St. Miami Beach seeking in the custom of young men, to establish themselves financially. Baruch„was a trader on the exchange. Baruch at this particular time was selling copper short. The break in the market had come on Saturday. The "crisis" was due on the following Monday. Baruch was speaking with his mother on the telephone. He dropped a hint to his mother that Monday would be "judgment day" for him. Monday, Mrs. Baruch reminded her son, would be Yom Kippur, and she hoped her son would not be at his business that day. Everyone that knows anything about Bernard Baruch knows how he idolized his mother. Of Southern birth, she was of Sephardic ancestry. And Yom Kippur, more than any other holy day, seems to epitomize these Jews who suffered so much martyrdom in the Spanish Inquisition. It has been said that Kol Nidre stems from these Inquisition times. The devices which the Spanish Jews resorted to in order to observe the sacred day of Yom Kippur almost pass belief. One of them for instance was playing cards in the synagogue on Yom Kippur. You might have thought that they were trying to mock at religion. Just suppose you entered a synagogue or temple today on Yom Kippur and found I the members playing gin rummy or poker. But the Sapnish Jews actually did that on Yom Kippur at times —not for their love of card playing but to throw off the scent any of the Spanish Inquisition "Gestapo/" A device to fool the government agents. As soon as they felt sale, they would drop the cards and n sume their prayers. Yom Kippur meant a great deal to the Spanish Jews and in this tradition, the mother of Bernard Baruch was nurtured. So when i l with him to abstain m business and go to on Yom Kippur. B< I nard a dutiful son, meditated—but obeye I. I know that Baruch was at the temple that Yom Kippur. I don't know how much praying he did. I suspeel that when he heard the Culture?" Participants in the panel will include Mrs. Malvina Weiss Liebman, principal of South Beach Elementary School; Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, director of the Miami Beach Hebrew Academy; Louis Schwartzman, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, and Rabbi Leon Kronish. The women's chapter will join the men's lodge in participating in the program and an invitation has been extended to the general public by Presidents Leonard Tobin and Mrs. Bernard Hoffman. Melvin Pazol is program chairman for the evening. Tainara Chapter To Meet Tuesday Tamara Chapter of Mizrachi Women has scheduled its first meeting of the season for Tuesday, September 19, at 8:30 p.m. at the Hotel New Yorker. The membership drive under the direction of Mrs. Albert Rosen will highlight the business part of the meeting and plans will be completed for a membership party in October. The program will consist of a short talk on "The Jewish New Year" by the organization's chaplain, Mrs. Simon April, as well as a movie filmed in Israel entitled "Song of the Negev." Mrs. Jack H. Kane, program chairman has also arranged for the presentation of movies taken at one of the group's summer projects. Lorlier Chapter Sponsors Tea A membership tea which launched this year's activities for the Lorber Chapter, National Home for Jewish Children at Denver, was held at Tyler's Restaurant. Coral Gables, on Thursday, Septi mber 14. 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PAGE EIGHTEEN vJenist FkrkUar FRIDAY, SEPTEM BER • Best Wishes To All On Your Holidays "If It's Steel—We Can Put It Up" Florida Erecting Co, Not A Crime 3850 N. W. 36th St. MIAMI Phone 88-5141 ; r ? .r I FLORIDA MEDICAL LABORATORY ALL MIAMI MOTORS, INC. FORD PARTS — SERVICE CARS AND TRUCKS 153 3 N. Miami Ave. Phone 9-2711 Miami, Fla. HOLIDAY GREETINGS MR. and MRS. IRVING WESTIN and MR. and MRS. CHARLES FURMAN of ihe CABANA SPORTSWEAR SHOP Phent 5-2127 745 Washington Avenue Resort Wear for Men and Children A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL G. 1. MARPLE ELECTRIC CO. APPLIANCES — REPAIRS 130 %  ; So. Miami Avenue Phone 2-5467 HOLIDAY GREETINGS -• %  > %  > %  11 itowii: SODA SHOP 573 West Flagler Street HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL '^Miami's 7irst GXCIUMIY* V^ainfStore %  4i TINGLE PAINT PHONE CO. 40 S.W. FIRST ST. MIAMI, FLA. It :s a pleasure to extend to all our Jewish Friends and Patrons Sincere Wishes for A HAPPY NEW YEAR Bobbins Roofing & Sheet Metal Co. Phone 2-37'05 222 N. W. 26th Street A. H. BECKER TO ALL GREETINGS SHENANDOAH CANDIES PHONE 4-0831 514 S. W. 22nd Avenue MiamL Florida C nt nut l-* 1 told us to put a stop to our emi• %  tivit It to! • life in R %  Myra S • Bui nued. %  •I: ... Yi u ... to jhment then t %  \v, %  "Bui it Jei. :• Gi at th : %  % %  sked. After the government's deciI planned what '.'. Jed that we would r I give up our dreams of a new iwn peopl< %  ." "But what d;d you do?" Myra Sabri asked. '•Jerzy Greenspan. Artur Bienand I wenl ..mong our people in the communities. We n what they wanted. \V. w ..:. %  • know whether they still wanted to go to Israel We ed that they did. Then we found ut the illegal exodus to the American Zone of Austria. W iund out that groups of Jews from all over Roumania were %  .,'• voluntarily for se. To get to • there by crossing American Zone." "But what about Jerzy." Myra "Jerzy. like Artur and myself, • n helping these groups Whi never we learned • a group leaving, we would I them to the (>m n ght, it as only Jerzy's group was lice. Jei zy got away, but Artur Bienstock fell • II sp. Artur w;\ one iur own, our closest friend." "Wh ppi ned?" Myra asked. "The >ont the p back to immunities, but Artu to t: :.il as their loader They figured he was their leader because he was the only one who appeared not to be afraid. He couldn't : L Jerzy and I ttended this trial. He was ntenced to five years in prison j for activities outlawed by the new "It must have made a terrible impression on Jerzy and you." Myra suggested. "It did." Moshe Myzman said. "It was the turning point in Jerzy's life. He vowed that we WOUld settle SCOreS. He Vowed that he would dedicate himself to the rescue <>f his people." %  Is that why he didn't want to • I?" Myra asked. "Thi m him was ti riin said. "He ti ': •' %  • Ivi ips to the \vn. Soon afl R %  I It am : %  to go 1 V Ji .%  Gi M a k T Ap: : %  But hi • his will Moshi Myzman I. "H< ci insl his will." Myra Sal been 1 %  tes on M ishe Myzman's story. N iw she put her pen and looked at the youth belter desk "You needn't worry about Jerzy." she said. "He's in good hands. We'll make h'.-ii well again. He'll be with you in a matter of Moshe Myzman got up to leave. He paused. "I'm at the Brandeis Immigrant Reception Camp. Call me foi any help you need. But • the same. I'll" be back here next week to check up." Myra Sabri smiled. She watched the youth leave, then opened Jerzy Greenspan's door. He was still sleeping soundly. Myra Sabri returned to her I desk. She took up her notes on I Moshe Myzman's story. On a fresh I sheet of paper she wrote: "Jerzy Greenspan has settled his score with Artur's accusurs. The people he sought to bring to I Israel are coming to Israel. Artur has thus been vindicated and : Jerzy himself has been freed. We must show Jerzy that somedav God willing. Artur. too. will be freed. Perhaps in the New Year ... in 5711." NEIL R. SUTTON REGISTERED LAND SURVEYOR 4200 S.W. 83rd Avenue p hone ^ GREETINGS "*~ GARRISON LUMBER CO. HIGHEST QUALITY MATERIALS AT REASONABLE PRICES 2701 N. Lejeune Road p hone ^ SHELL'S SIPER M AKkl i WORLD'S LARGEST SUPER STORE 5941 N.W. Seventh Avenue Phone 89-1676 The Public Learns Quickly Where To Shop Best In Edison Center—Open Sundays TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TYRUS T. TRIPI* 808 PONCE DE LEON BOULEVARD !if Hopkins-Carter Hardware Co. 139 SOUTH MIAMI AVENUE PHONE 2-5194 NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL THE HIALEAH AND MIAMI SPRINGS BANK "A Friendly Bank" (Member of F.D.I.C.) MIAMI SPRINGS, FLORIDA Telephone 88-5291 SI HUNTER LYON. INC. 901 So. Miami Ave. Phone 3-3331 INSURANCE McArthur Jersey Farm Dairy, Inc. FROM FARM TO YOU 169 N. E. 62nd Street Phone 7-1667 LOGAN LUMBER COMPANY 253 N.W. 22nd Street Phone 3-4972 -Lt



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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 15. 1950 fJenisti f'hridH'fur PAGE NINETEEN Who Is Robert H. Williams? Soviet Union undoubtedly understand each other and expect to combine their forces as soon as they can do so without losing the Jewish political and economic grip on the United States.." The February. 1949, issue con' tained the new publication's "Statement of Policy" displayed in a front page box: "This publication attacks no man because of his race, but it spares no subverter because of his race. The publisher believes that those basic carriers of Communism and political Zionism who attempt to hide behind the Jewish religion must be mercilessly exposed, both to discourage them and to make the American citizen understand the nature of the subversive attack against this nation, its institutions and its people. The publisher urges the Jews of America to repudiate their vicious leaders and* embrace Americanism, thereby preventing the tragic race conflict fomented by the revolutionists." Subsequent issues, including the recent copies received in the Greater Miami area, have continued the Williams attacks on Jewry and his perennial slandering of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. It is of interest to point out that a libel suit brought by Williams against the ADL based on a statement contained in the league's 1947 survey concerning his World War II capacity in military intelligence was dismissed on January 12. 1950, by Judge Matthew M. McGuire in the Federal District Court in the District of Columbia with the granting of summary judgment against him. Other pamphleteering efforts by Williams are "The Untold Story \ of State Medicine," which rej ceived considerable distribution, and a forty page booklet entitled "FEPC and the Minority Machine," which made its initial appearance in January, 1950. "FEPC and the Minority Machine" is compounded of stock anti-Semitic canards. As in his previous publications, the author avoids the patently hysterical ap(Continued on Page 20) LEGAL NOTICE By GILBERT J. BALKIN Director. Florida Regional Office Anti-Defamation League Relatively free from the cirIculation of national hate literature the Greater Miami area has :lv noted attempted distribution of copies of the "Williams Bntelligence Summary," published hy Robert H. Williams of Santa \„ California. Publicofficials, veterans leaders, and persons in the civic life of our community have received anonymous mailings under a Miami postmark enclosing copies of this notorious (, a te sheet, whose import is to divide the American people on isis of race and religion and v weaken American unity. Prisons receiving this virulently anti-Semitic and bigoted publication have inquired concerning the background of Robert H. Williams. Who is this individual in ,l how does he fit into the national undemocratic movement? It was as a collaborator of Upton (lose that Williams made his bow in the national hate scene. The first big product of the team was a pamphlet entitled "The Anti-Defamation League and Its Use in the World Communist Offensive" Issued in 1947, as a supplement to Close's Newsletter, the scurrilous booklet, which credited Williams with authorship, showed a marked resemblance to Close's "line." Twenty thousand copies of this vicious booklet were printed in the first two editions. Receiving widespread distribution, it was circulated to all members of Congress Professional anti-Semites throughout the nation helped to ninate it. As pointed out in Arnold Foister's A Measure of Freedom, the hate press almost unanimously endorsed the CloseWilliams effort. Leon de Aryan's the Broom, F'ugene Flitcraft's the Gentile News, Gerald Winrod's Prayei Cii Letter, Court AshX-Ray, and Charles B. Hudson's America in Danger approved the pamphlet wholeheartedly. Gerald Smith used it as a ve-away" for one of his iundraising schemes. The pamphlet is replete with innuendos and invective endeavoring in the characteristic manner of hate mongers to impugn the loyalty and_patriotism of Jewry. Williams endeavored to qualify himself as an expert on "Communism and patriotism" by virtue ol hjs World War II experience in "Military Intelligence." His record shows that during much of the war he was a major assigned to Air Intelligence duties — the weather. In December of 1949. Williams the publication of his newsthe "Williams Intelligence Summary." With the inception of vsletter. he apparently with Close and went into %  ss" for himself. Well : the tour page newsletter subscribers three dollars per Bitterly anti-Semitic, this Williams project reaches leights in outrageous preThe first issue of Decem1948, was devoted in large Williams' favorite thesis Zi inism and Judaism are lymous with Communism: cannot grasp the full ance of this ceremony (a youth celebration in Caliwithout some understandthe relative position of the mer Hatzaer in Israel, the of the Israeli state, the nee of Zionist groups and and the organized minoriover the mighty United the influence of Jewish nd organizations behind S viet Union, and the boundimbition of certain political to dominate not only their ople but others as well." I In the tall issue (January 1949). ms continued his vicious %  against the Israeli Jews: %  1 is wholly Jewish and ably sympathetic to the regime, with many Jews as their invention and •still is under Jewish tail not actually under : h direction. Israel and the LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business, under the fictitious name of Hamilton Exclusive Tailors al 1625 Michigan Avenue, Miami Beach, Intends io reglsl said nun,with the Merit of the Circuit Courl of Dade < ounty, i loi Ida. BEN KESSLER j 9/15-22-21 [-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under tinfictitious name of i BISCAYNE BEACH APT8. al 8300, RSHi, 8320, s:c;ci und 8340 Crespl Boulevard, Miami Beach, Florida, In, tenda t.i register said name with the clerk of the Circuit Courl of Dade County, l-ioilila. PAtX APARTMENTS, INC. Bj Ben Oilier, President MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicant 9 15-22-2 1 LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that : the undersigned, desiring t<> engage In business under the fictitious name of Brooks Novelty Co. al 7188 Abbot! I Avenue, intends to register said name I with the cierk of the Circuit Court of I Ktde County. Florida. LEO I.. BROOKS Sol.owner 9 15-32-29 10/G NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of BIBCAYNE BEACH Al'TS at 820, 630, 640, 650 and i.i-.o 84th Street, Miami Beach, Florida, intends to register said name with the clerk of the Circuit court ..r l lade County, Florida. MARSHALL APARTMENTS, INC. By Ben oilier. President MYERS, HEIMAN A. KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicant 9/15-22-29 ln/fi NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of BISCAYNE BEACH APT8. at 825, 635, 645, 655 anil UKr, 88rd Street. Miami Beach, Florida, intends to register said none with the Clerk of the Circuit (Jour) of l lad.County, Florida. CAROLE JEAN APARTMENTS, INC. By Ben oilier, President MYERS, HEIMAN • KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicant 9 '15-22-29 1" 2 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN" c< ilNTV JUDGE'S CI (CRT, I'AUK COUNTY, FLORIDA.—No. 23355. RE: ESTATE OF ANNA C. KEHOE, l deceased. NOTICE Is hereby given that l have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Executrix of the estate of Anna C. Kehoe, deceased; and that on the 2 day of October, I8S0, will apply to the Honorable W. F. HI,ANTON. County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Kxei utrix of the estate of Anna C. Kehoe, deceased. This 28th day >r August, 1950. KATHKVN F. I.IC JUENE MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Kathryne F. I for Plaintiff 927 Lincoln Road Miami Reach, Florida :> 8-13-32-29 ^^^^^^ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name ol WHITE'S BETTER CANDIES at 1542 Washington Avenue, Miami Bern n, Florida. Intends to register Bald name with the cl.rk of the Circuit Courl ,,f bade County, Florida. PHILIP YANOFF WILLIAM I. BRENNER Attorney for Philip xanoff 120 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida. 9 8-15-22-29 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious nan.of Kiddy Klothes Mobile al 8862 S.W. 23rd Street, Miami. Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade county, Florida. MORRIS OOLDBERG LILLIAN B. GOLDBERG MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicants Seybold Building 8, 25 : %  1-8-15 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.—No. 20446. RE: ESTATE OF ALTON REYNOLDS DILLARD, i leci used. NOTICE Is hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge a-; Administratrix of the .state of Alton Reynolds Dlllard, deceased; ami thai on the 21st day of September, 1950, l will :• !-lS apply to tinHonorable W. F. Blanton, County Judge of Dole County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Administratrix of the Estate of Alton Reynolds Dlllard, deeeased. This 17th day of August, I960. ELM I RE ROBICHAUD DILLARD, Administratrix. MORTON ROTHENBERG 430 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Fla. Attorney for Administratrix 8/25 9/1-8-15 NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP NOTICE IS herebj given that VICTOR FLOMING and ANNETTE \'i IRSE, who formerly i und % %  ted a co-pat i net shin of the firm ns me of FLOMING & V'ORSE, havi dissolved thelt p. HI A 26, 1950, and thai t he ol FLOMING a V'ORSE I hereinafter be i onducted Bolely i %  > VICTOR FLOMING; thai nil pi eolieel i,e i :< he %  I > %  nOl II %  • ANNETTE V'ORSE ha sold i right, title In said ness, a ml is no longer ; espi >n it of ss %  and that all of the HSSi I Idi names, accounts, and good will of said b i Ini Bhall be the erty of tl Id VICTI IR FliOM.ING and the said VII !T( >R F'LI i.MI N I h li\ assumes the debts of the former ership %  mdu ted by t hi THIS NOTICE Bhall be pub once a w.el; for a period .f twi weeks in the JEWISH FLORIDIAN SHERRURT S, WEISS Attorney for Annetti Vorse Suite 543, Seybold Bldg, Miami. Florida. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11-1-11 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No. 138083. JOHN M. FRAN''i i. Plaintiff, vs. DOROTHY FRANCO, Defendant, TO: DOROTHY FRANCO R I'D. 4!i BARK STREET SWANSEA, MASSACHUSETTS. You are hereby required to serve B copy of your answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce on the Plaintiff's attorney, and to file the original Answer In the Office of the cierk ol the Circuit court on or before the 2nd day of October, 1950; otherwise the Bill of complaint for Divorce heretofore filed herein will be taken as confessed by you. DATED at Miami. Florida, this 31 day of August, 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAN, cl.rk of the Circuit Court, D.oie County, Florida. (Circuit Court S.all By: M. C. FEIGE, Deputy Clerk. Name and Address of Plaintiffs Attorney NORMAN' R. LYONS I'll olympia Building Miami. Florida 9 8-15-22-29 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCI'IT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ANT' FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY, No. 134995. HENRY GEORGE WILLS Plaintiff, vs. GI8ELDA CASTELLO WILLS, Defendant. TO: GISELDA CASTELLO WILLS ll Rua Domingoi Ferrelra Rio de Janeiro. Brazil You are hereby notified thai • BITI of Complaint for Divorce haa I n filed against you, and you are hereb) I required t.. s?rve a cop} of your I Answer to the Bill of Complaint on i plaintiffs attorney, and tile the original Answer in the office of the %  Mei k of the 'Ircull 'ourt, on oi I the 25th day of September, I 5fl otherwise the allegations of said Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed as il nsl you. Dated this 25th day of August, 1950. E. I: LEATHERMAN, I "lei k of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Courl Seall By R. H RICE, .11: I .piny Clerk. HEORGE .1 TALIANOFF • ) for Plait 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beai h, Florida 9, 1-8-15-22 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai tin' undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Golden Gate Grocerj al ; :"'' South Dixie Highway, "'oral Gables, Florida. Intends t" register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SAMUEL HOLTZMAN Sole Owner MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for applicant 9/8-15-22-29 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desirli to engage i>> business under the fictitious nam< of CARLTON SHOP al 82." Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, Intends to register said name with thi I of the Circuit Coui I of 1 'ade Cou Florida. SAMUEL NUSSBAUM BEN ESSEN, Esq Attorney for Samuel Nussbi 9/1-8-15-22 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW sain nani" IMI 110. ..-. r. %  .... Court of Dole County, Florida. IRVING WOLPIN s lie (iu ner HARRY DIET'/. Attornej for Applicant ;> B-15-22-29 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No. 214S3. In Re: ESTATE OF LOUIS MINSK, Deceased. To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: Y.a. and each of you. are hereby hotlfled and required to present any claims and demands which you, or .ith.r of you, ma> havi ag ilnst the estate of LOUIS MINSK, deceased, late of Miami. Dad' County, Florida, to the Hon. W. F. Blanton, '' judge of Dade County, and file the same In his office In the County Courthouse In Dad.Count F u Ithin Ighl alendar months the date "f the t'nsi publication hereof. Said claims oi dent tnds to i the legal add:. -of the i lalin u to lie swot n to and presented as said, or same will be barred. See n 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Date August 18, A.D. 1950. ABBIE MINSK'. As ExecUtl IX of the I. ••' Will and Testament of LOUIS MINSK. 1 leceasi d Ml ERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorni > s for Ex< i iitrlx 25 '.' 1-8-15 l will not be responsible for l nj mtr ii ted hj anyone other than myself, and In particular any debts lc ted by my wife, Esther M irk LEO A. MARK 9/8-15 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT l\ \ND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No. 24703. I,: Re: ESTATE OF CHARLES F, KIM'KB. I I. To All Credltot and All Pel ms Having Claims oi Demands Ai Said Etate: You. ami each of yo notified and required to presi • claims and demands which s either of you, may have against th< .. of CHARLES F REDER, delate ol I "ade 'otint>, Rot Ida to the Hon. W, F. BLANTON, County judgi of Dad,County, and t %  ffl In the C in Dade County, i within i %  ,,f Halil la ms • • and to be sworn to and presi iti I u R foi ess l %  • %  iM be bat i • i Be< ,. %  of thi i33 Pro te Acl Si 1. A.D. 1950 HERBERT .-'. BHAPIRi i AExi cutot of thi I • % %  W II an I Ti %  %  D, used. RERICK and SH VPIRO B> MORRIS BER1CK Attoi itor 9 s -1:,. ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! The Jewish Floridian solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates. Phone 2-1141 for mi senger service. ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, -No. 1916. LEI IN \ LEVIN, Plaintiff, VS. HENRY LEVIN, Defendant. TO: HENRY LEVIN West 92nd 81 Ne Y-'ik. New Y"ik v e hi red and required e a copy of your Answ er to the Bill of i 'oiupl.iiiit for 11 n ,.p> of losed herew Ith, on Plaintiff's attorney, and file the il in the office of the Clerk of ill, circuit Courl on or before the 20th day of September, 1950, ol aid Bill iii be taken i b$ you. Dated at Miami. Florida, this 22nd day of August, 1950 i: B, LEATHERMAN, C • rk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIGE Deputy Clerk. SAMUEL J RAND, Attorney 1001 Olympia Building Miami. Florida NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE MB' 'PIT C( it RT i IF THE I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND |., iR HADI COUN V. IM.' IR1 IN CD VNCERY, \M'M.AIN \\ HAMILTON, I va MAGGIE HAMILTON, TO: MAGGIE HAMILTON i: BEST STREET DAYTON, OHIO Yi lU are hi copy of j .< er to thi Bill •! Complaint for 11 rorci on thi PI tiffs Vtton Hi glnal At iwer In tl the i Mr 'till Courl on oi b< fore h' 2nd da! of October, 1950; ol %  t the Bill of c.uii heretofore filed herein will I as con fessi %  %  %  I : DATED it Miami, Florida, '.his ::i day of A E. B. LEATHERN VN, %  the Cln intj, Floi Ida. (Circuit Courl Seal) By M. •'. FEIGE, Deput) Name ami Address "f %  Plaintiff's Attorney: NORMAN R LYONS, I 914 Olvmpia Building Miami. Florida



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PAGE TWENTY rjenisr nerktian FRIDAX SEPTEM BER Who Is Robert H. Williams? (Continued from Page 19) proach ithly written and ts" t m k< thi : unin: : med reader. lid be alert Lntrusi n I Williams' divisive | nda in > r mi 1st A: ng -.-. ith I •:. pies ol I I i n in disl uting and foi finan<:..'. '. iformation rej [son i ntact 1 Fl rida Inti-Del Seyl Id Bu M .... Beach Nursery School Registration Now Open • • '.: %  : .: & WHA N -.:> S h pen and .-. ay M nChildren to five } B or foi 55 'I provides :.. .:..:• I ;. ling ds by iltural i Siryh'r llaK Howling I .II:IM' Chai les S Beach I. Ige, B'nai B'rith, the newly organized B'nai B'rith Bowling !. %  ling • I by thi B'n li B'rith r at Brunswick 3 Sun.!. Elected ve league was J i I North SI .. ..ptain an • the .: Sevi • presented t the initial tryout I ng • B'n .. B'l • !. R. Ja son, the lea-. %  l iv at 10 a m at Bruns i B wland. 222 N E 13th St. Hand:. I teams r.nnounced "Tens of thousands of Jews now n to Israel fate of annihilation large numl Jews in Nazi-d .mated Europe. f Israel is forci '• funds • %  The people of Israel are struggling fice and self. lence to absorb the : immigrants coming to our s %  •But -lfidence and courage will not produce the timber. the steel, I % %  l s and j I w< must have to. nti grate this new j >n. Our : .: ican Jews provide increased ma-| help through the Ui Jewish Appei Gol ".: son I G \ %  : nment of Israel I A. M. TRANSFER & CRANE SERVJcf 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 Gierseh l-injiiiMM'riiiii Co. CONSULTING ENGINEERS AND LAND SURVEYORS. ARE NOW LOCATED AT THEIR NEW OFFICES AT 3IWCORAL WAY Telephone 83-7080 "A GOOD NAME ia more to be treasured than riches." Proverb GORDON FUNERAL HOME SYMBOLIZES EVERYTHING A GOOD NAME IMPLIES IN THE MAIL 1 Edit :. The Jewish Fl li n has gained in to its readi meed its service I unity by pul tions rning ab ,:n unusually delice who are -eed in the "missionary trade —as ne :' • %  ::— to 1 advice is timely. with the near approach of the fellows will n li end upon us in force. Thi • terature will foul • sti ets Und< ... of will attack our religi I and undermine the Only Eternal can. They are i. %  • ho having %  %  of drugs want til i partaking nnati n. ice has been pel them, or at 1< us n ilei • ab iut tl • .:. • ?:• fferk rns. Y .. do not remain up as Jews %  %  : • tivelj Our Jewi %  i Con%  %  B ..: : ng, thii i fl or, 111 N E ;.•-. ; Ave is free to people :" I will. It sh aid be used : ... ; • i] le There we guidance and strength to carry n for the truth live by. Your highly read and a great deal ..ry terature. l Sin ely y urs, PHILIP RADER. Fflr 25 years the name GORDON has beer, associated %  •..'. Greater M • _V caus In your time '. need us help you as we h H one for other gratefu' • GORDON 710 S.W. 12th Arenue Phone 3-3431 or 9-1436 F. J. AHERN Funeral Director Holiday Program Set ^ High H program will the B'nai B'rith itei .'•' mi on Sunat 9 p.m. at Hotel %  I by C. R. n .:. .: ffai • %  • • I I rith S ith Fi LISTEN TO THE CULTURAL FEWISH FORUM RADIO HOUR B = CAOCASNC.V JULY AUGUST ONLY ~ /. ZE AEEK FROV FRIDAY. 10:15 TO 10:45 A.M. SUNDAY. 2:30 TO 3:00 P.M. OVER STATION WFEC 1220 on ihe Dial '-% %  • Announced -, GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE STORE FRONT — PLATE and WINDOW GLASS Furniture Tops. Beveled Mirrori and ResilTring Our SpaeUit. L A (.. Glass and Mirror Works 136 S.W. 8th St PHONE 3-4834 MORRIS ORLIN L0Uls GERBE R FROM US TO YOU LIFE PROTECTION • never known before! • We put the great new U. S. NYLON LIFE-TUBES between you and every blowout possibility! • We give you a DRIVING SECURITY AND PEACE OF MIND you have never known before. • We help protect your family from the high-speed dangers of blow out-as never possible before. • Life-Tubes are entirely exclusive — without rival, imitator or comparison! • They will be our greatest possible service to you, for years to come. A LITTLE LIFE-TUBE STORY They are made of exclusne U.S. Nylon with the strength of 4-ply tires. They last three times as long. They put a nigged Nylon wall bet wtM you and the blowout possibility. ... one of the greatest accompli* ments in all automobile history. All Yours! AT LEAST, INVESTIGATE THEM! let's See Vou-TODAr\' ONLY SC.95 6 For Fully Guaranteed Factory Type Full Cap 6.00x16 Exchange. No Discounts. Boy, what a buyl" A Quarter Century of Progress in Greater Miami Easy Hmlget Terms —Little As M. 00 Per WeeU NORTONcS MIAMI 500 W. FLAGLER ST Ph 3-4639 TWO STORES MIAMI BEACH1454 ALTON' ROAD Ph. 5-5115 Louis E. Pallot, President


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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
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ihdl [pLUME 23 -NUMBER 37
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 15. 1950
PRICE: TEN CENTS
inference To Sanction $1,500,000,000
'oan To Israel Set For October 24
rPRUSALEM, (JTA)A na-
,;' ','i conference of representa-
Ives of all leading Jewish
[, zations in the United States
. will sanction the decision
the urgent economic con-
Israel Takes Over
lisputed Area
i TEL AVIVAn Israeli Army
Ipok'csman said Wednesday that
T,s country had taken control of
Bisputed territory along the Jor-
Ban river at the northern bound-
fcrv between the Hashemite king-
lorn of Jordan and what was
Former!v Palestine. He said Jews
tlready had begun to plow up the
land in the area.
This confirmed at least partially
artier reports from neighboring
krab countries that Israel had
hnvaded" the land. But the Army
spokesman said the territory in
ouc Jsrael under terms of the Arab-
Jewish armistice.
I Kinn Abdullah's government
lhas complained to the United
Rations that 'Jewish armed forces
|;n a surprise action violated the
northern frontiers on the Jordan"
land occupied territory near the
iRutenberg hydro-electric works
llo control the strategic junction
| ference here last week will be
opened in New York on October
24, it was announced here by
Eliahu Dobkin. Jewish Agency
leader. The conference is expected
to approve a campaign for the
sale in the United States of $1,-
000,000,000 in Israel bonds, as well
as the expansion of the United
Jewish Appeal and to consider
measures to encourage private in-
vestment in Israel industry.
Meanwhile, the Jewish Agency
today adopted a three-month
budget, leaving the decision on an
annual budget to the plenary
meeting of the Agency, which will
be held in New York prior to the
national conference. Dr. Nahum
Goldmann, chairman of the
American section of the Agency,
and Benjamin Browdy, president
of the Zionist Organization of
America, flew to the U. S.
An Internal public loan of
6,000,000 Israel pounds was
launched this weekend by the
Ministry of Finance in accordance
with a decision adopted by the
Israel Parliament last July. Each
bond costs 20 pounds. Buyers of
bonds become eligible to win lot-
tery prizes, the highest of which
will be 50,000 pounds. A second
loan will follow shortly, Eliezer
Kaplan, Israel Minister of Fi-
nance, announced.
Israel Delegates
To UN IJsleil
TEL AVIV (JTAThe com-
position of the Israel delegation
to the forthcoming United Nations
General Assembly session, which
opens at Flushing Meadows on ,
Sept. 19, was announced here this '
weekend.
Headed by Foreign Minister
Moshe Sharett, it will include
Ambassador Abba Eban, New
York Consul-General Arthur
Lurie, Dr. Jacob Robinson and
Zalman Aaroni. The alternates
are: Dr. Yehuda Kohn, Gideon
Raphael, Dr. Shmuel Eliashiv,
Moshe Tov and Joseph Oren.
Minister Sharett will leave Israel
this Thursday for the United
States.
Cahan Honored
On 90th Birthday
NEW YORK, (JTA)More than
1,000 labor friends, labor leaders,
Jewish communal figures, jour-
nalists and others attended the
90th birthday celebration of Abra-
ham Cahan at the Hotel Com-
modore this weekend. The lunch-
eon was arranged by a committee
of his friends to honor the
founder and editor of the Jewish
Daily Forward who pioneered
Jewish journalism in this country
and at the same time carved for
himself a niche among America's
literary figures and in its labor
movement.
Local Jewry To Attend Yom Kippur Rites
At 23 Synagogues Wednesday Evening
Greater Miami Jewry is expected to fill its 23 houses of wor
for Yom Kippur services beginning with Kol Nidre Wednesday
evening, September 28, and continuing all day Thursday. Yiskor
will be held at all temples and synagogues Thursday
In Miami Orthodox services will be held at Congregation Beth El,
500 S.W. 17th Ave.; Miami Hebrew School and Congregation, 1101
S.W. 12th Ave.; N.W. Jewish Center. 3681 N.W. 2nd St.; T'fereth
Israel Congregation, Masons and Bricklayers Union Building. 3350
N.W. 7th Ave.; Jewish Home for the Aged, 335 S.W. 12th Ave.
Conservative services in Miami are set for Congregation Beth
David, S.W. 3rd Ave. and 26th Road; First Jewish Congregation !
Coral Gables, Coliseum, 1500 Douglas Road; West Miami Jewish
Center, 5720 S.W. 17th St.; Flagler-Granada Jewish Center. 50 N.W.
51st PL; North Dade Jewish Center. 13630 West Dixie Highway;
Northeast Miami Women's Club, 454 N.E. 58th St.; Israelite Center,
3198 S.W. 24th Terr.; Downtown Synagogue, 135 N.W. 3rd Ave.
(old Beth David).
Only Liberal congregation in Miami is the Coral Gables Jewish
Center, 320 Palermo Ave.
At Temple Israel, 137 N.E. 19th St., Miami's only Reform group,
there will be two services. The first will be held at 7 p.m. and the
second at 9 p.m.
Orthodox synagogues in Miami Beach include Congregation Beth
Jacob, 301 Washington Ave.; Hebrew Academy, 918 6th St.; Con-
gregation Beth Tfilah, 935 Euclid Ave.; Kneseth Israel Congregation.
1415 Euclid Ave.; Eitz Chaim Congregation, Tides Hotel; You..,
i Israel Synagogue of Miami Beach. 4001 Chase Ave.
Conservative religious groups in Miami Beach include the Miami
Beach Jewish Center, 1701 Washington Ave.; North Shore Jewish
i Center, Normandy Theatre.
Miami Beach Liberal rites will be held at Temple Beth Sholom,
41st St. and Chase Ave.
Temple Isaiah, only Reform congregation on Miami Beacr>. will
hold its Yom Kippur services at the Atlantis Hotel.
All houses of worship in the area will mark Vie Sabbath of
Repentance this Sabbath with special services.
{American Leaders Urge Support Of $1,500,000,000 Loan To Israel
JERUSALEM. (JTA)A resolution pledging that American
hewry will back the $1,500,000,000 Israel loan should the Israel
I government decide to float such a loan, was adopted here by
fthe44 American Jewish leaders who participated in the three-day
[economic conference summoned jointly by the Israel government
Jewish Agency. Israel A detaiied pian 0n stimulating
private capital investments in
Israel was submitted at the con-
ference by Adolph Robison, of
West New York, N. J. The plan
envisages a well-organized and
detailed effort for the enlistment
[leaders have indicated that they
[expect :he Jews of the United
States to buy $1,000,000,000 worth
I of bonds within three years.
The resolution also urges the
I expansion of the United Jewish
Appeal and advocates more in- \ 0f prjVate capital in the United
tensive efforts to be undertaken | states for large and small enter-
both in the United States and | priSes in the Jewish state. One
Israel to stimulate private invest- part 0I the proposal calls for di-
II
merits for Israel enterprises. A
nation.,1 conference of several
isand loaders representing all
elements in American Jewry will
| be convoked in the United States
sanction these reeommenda-
| lions.
A proposal that the United
Jewish Appeal be expanded to
nclude all other fund-raising
drives for Israel conducted in the
united States by various groups
was -upported by practically all
I American delegates participating
'' the economic conference here.
The proposal was presented by
Julian Venezky, United Jewish
Appi al leader, and was favorably
1 'ed by all speakers at the
nee. In supporting this
Proposal, American delegates ex-
1 the opinion that if the
recommendation is adopted, it
might lead to the elmination of
multiplicity of U. S. fund-raising
campaigns for Israel.
M:.\ Rose Haplrin, president of
Hadassah, which conducts its own
j'Jnd-raising drive in America,
old the conference that the spe-
cial .-tatus of Hadassah and the
unctions of the organization do
j1"! make it possible for Hadassah
submerge its identity. However,
"' added that the entire
Hadassah membership will sup-
port any decision reached at the
conference.
part
rect investment in small enter-
prises by individuals or small
groups of American investors,
while the second part calls for
the establishment of large hold-
ing companies which would urge
Jews in the United States to buy
shares in these companies. The
funds so accrued would be rein-
vested in Israel's industry, he said.
Abraham Feinberg of New York
proposed a three-point program
consisting of: 1. Issue of a large
bond issue for whose sale
organized forces in American
Jewry should be mobilized; 2.
Seek U. S. governmental aid for
Israel, a step which he thought
would be successful; 3. Not
eliminate regular fund-raising
drives in America for Israel, but
coordinate all of them into one
campaign.
Stanley C. Myers, president of
the Council of Jewish Federa-
tions and Welfare Funds, told the
conference.that the bond-selling
effort in the United States would
not be worthwhile unless it pro-
duced substantially greater funds
for Israel than the total that
could be realized from philan-
thropic drives. He endorsed Mr.
Venezky's proposal that all
agencies raising funds for Israel
in the United States be brought
within the framework of the
United Jewish Appeal.
Special Deadline
Because of the High Holidays, offices of The Jewish
Ploridian will be closed from Wednesday evening, September
20. to Thursday evening. September 21. All material and
Photographs for publication in the Friday, September 22,
issue must be in this office by noon Monday, September 12.
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Monroe Goldwater, vice chair- |
man of the Joint Distribution j
Committee and president of the
United Jewish Appeal of Greater i
New York, similarly supported'
the proposal that the UJA be
expanded to include all other
groups in America now conduct-
ing separate drives for Israel.
This, he said, would eliminate the
problems arising out of the multi-
plicity of appeals for Israel in the '
United States. He stated that
while the JDC has not as yet
taken any position with regard to
the contemplated $1,500,000,000
loan by Israel, he personally felt [
that the sale of bonds in America i
would be injurious to the United
Jewish Appeal.
Benjamin G. Browdy, president
of the Zionist Organization of
America, pledged the support of
the ZOA to all decisions reached
by the conference. Mr. Browdy |
said he believed a large UJA j
campaign in 1951 "faced good
prospects." This, however, is not
enough, he stated. He endorsed |
the plan for a bond issue in con-
junction with the United Jewish
Appeal and announced the ZOA
will sell $100,000,000 worth T>f
bonds.
Samuel Rothberg, of Peoria,
111., UJA national chairman for
initial gifts, said that the need
for philanthropy will continue
but it alone cannot meet the
challenge of the present economic-
difficulties in Israel." Asserting
that Israel "must have top prior- \
ity," Mr. Rothberg called for a i
"supreme effort by American j
Jews to make available an un-
precedented sum in the next three |
years." The UJA leader expressed I
the hope that "through a united
effort of all Jewish groups in
America, such a program of en- i
larged support can definitely be !
assured.
Joseph Hooding, of Cincinnati,
stated that the bulk of the $1,500,-
000,000 which Israel needs can be
raised in the United States. Ade-
quate funds are available in
America, he said, not only for
Israel, but also for all local needs.
Mr. Hooding suggested that all
"organized forces in American
Jewish life be utilized for the
most effective development of Is-
rael." The Cincinnati Jewish
leader expressed the belief that
"economic conditions in the
United States should facilitate
large-scale investments" in the
Jewish state. Mr. Hooding critic-
ized the "red tape which now
stands in the way of those who
wish to invest in Israel."
Prof. Hayim Fineman. of Phil-
adelphia, leader of the Labor
Zionist Organization of America,
pledged the wholehearted support
of the Labor Zionist movement in
America for the sale of bonds.
He said the bond drive would
receive top priority in his organ-
ization's work if and when the
Israel government decides to float
a worldwide loan. Mrs. Rose
Halprin, president of Hadassah.
announced that the women's
Zionist organization of America
would give fullest support to the
bond drive.
Louis Lipsky, chairman of the
American Zionist Council, de-
clared that the meeting was the
"first great conference of Ameri-
can Jews with the Israel govern-
ment and represents an important
step towards cementing the bonds
of friendship and understanding."
Dr. Emanuel Neumann, former
president of the ZOA, said the
conference is a turning-point in
the history of work for the up-
building of Israel. He opinioned
that the United Jewish Appeal is
a "precious instrument and noth-
ing should be done to impair its
effectiveness for Israel." He urged
that the ZOA's potentialities be
used more fully and that greater
emphasis be placed on develop-
ing confidence in the state of
Israel and in its financial and
economic stability."
Henry Montor, director of the
United Jewish Appeal, said the
UJA cannot presently provide
funds needed to meet the critical
situation outlined by Premier Ben
Gurion. "While Israel's banner is
|a major factor in fund-raising in
I the U. S., Israel is not a major
; beneficiary of the funds raised."
! he said. He stressed that local
| communities are cutting down
: their share of funds for Israel and
' are giving more money to purely
i local needs.
Premier Heartened
By Conference
JERUSALEM. (JTA)Premier
; David Ben Gurion declared here
| that he is greatly encouraged by
: the deliberations with the 44
'< American Jewish leaders v.
1 participated in the urgent eco-
nomic conference here. He ex-
1 pressed confidence that American
Jewry will buy $1,000,000,000 in
bonds within the next three years.
The Israel Premier highly
I praised Henry Morgenthau's con-
tribution to the success of the
! United Jewish Appeal and char-
acterized him as a great American
! who served his country well in .
decisive era of world history and
turned, after retirement from
government service, to devoted
service to the Jewish people. Re-
affirming the determination of the
people of Israel to solve their cur-
rent problems. Mr. Ben Gurion
said: "No difficulty will hold us
back. Israel will be a light of
humanity in its way of life, and
a lesson in brotherhood. It will
serve as an example of human
will, courage, vision and great-
ness."
Miami Rabbis To Conduct Memorial
Services At Local Cemeteries Sunday
The annual memorial pilgrimage to Greater Miami cemeteries
will be held Sunday. September 17, according *to an announcement
from Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, president of the Rabbinical Association
of Greater Miami.
A united service in which all local rabbis will participate is
scheduled for 1 p.m. in the Jewish Section of Woodlawn Cemetery.
In addition, Orthodox and Conservative services will be held at Mt.
Sinai Cemetery at 3 p.m. Reform services are slated for Woodlawn
at 2:30 p.m. and at Graceland Memorial Park at 3 p.m.
Rabbi Max Shapiro will be available for services at City Ceme-
tery at 2:30 p.m.


PAGE TWO
*Jenisti ncridlian
^4SEPTEMBER
The Refugee Situation In The U.N.
By DAVID NTSSBAL'M
Home For Aged
Laum*h The Jewish Home for the Aged
will launch the second phase <>i
its buiMmi; tun.I drive at dedica-
specific categories of refugees,
LAKE SUCCESS-One of the|*h"e ^i urged a broad
major problems the United Na- and general n
has faced during the past rhe position I has been ,,,IV exercises to be held at tin
been the task of filling a special one and falls somewhere new home, Douglas Gardens, 150
.M be created :" l!u middli oi the other two n.E. 53rd St. on September 24.
by the liquid '; the Inter- i>:"! would nol approve an un- according to an announcement by
.._,,.,. oi definition on the gi -and j, jj b. Spaet. cam]
11 chairman mk\ president of the
toil over 1 '"l:,v home.
'. e Arab r. ip by Q for this phase of the d
by the Get \ refu- Judge Spae, .,. is $250,000,
annol cl i- '
W ii \ i bly will ng to Israel, and
made homeless by the .
e instituti d by thi ir own
les.
At thi s ime time, of course,
Israel believes that nil genuini
'. a UN High C
I and it will have
n a new
intei natii mal c invention or; the
U ctii in oi ri fugees and state-
4aliV.s WiMiicii
To >iei Tuesday
The B'nai B'rith Women of
lies will hold their first
iall meeting at the Coral Gables
('. nter, on Tuesday. September
19. ;it 8:15 p.m.
Mrs Frank Wellins, president,
will call on committee chairmen
less peis,uis. The convention's v< rsecutees, such as the Jewish
terms will serve as a framework refugees in Tripoli. North Africa,
and guide for the Commissi mer should be enabled to have what-
and. obversely, the Commissioner ever aid from the world organiza-
will be charged with promoting turn their situation might require.
the ratii and implementa- The U.S. definition, however. ,
tion of the convention. recently accepted by ECOSOC Ul reP? "" ''lans fr ,hl' c.omJnB
Despite these accomplishments, and^ver which ,. new battle will %** "re. Sidney Suss and Mrs.
however, organizations and gov- shape up in the General Assem-
especially interested in bly, would count as refugees
1he refugee problem find little under the convention and within
satisfaction in the UN's efforts, the purview of the UN High Com-
They believe that the new meas- missioner only those suffering
ures for handling the refugee sit- persecution oi forced to flee their
nation will lack the scope and ef- native lands as a result of events
fectiveness required for a real in Europe during the period of mt'<'tinK-
solution, and the Assembly is World War II and those already In its drive for membership, the
likely to see the .<.v.. sharp de- internationally regarded as refu- group will hold a get-together on
ti that has marked the meeting gees and stateless persons during Friday. September 15, at 8:15 p.m.
of the Economic and Social Conn- the period between the two world at 428 Sevilla. Mrs. Bernard
cil and its subsidiary b lii on wars. Stone will serve as hostess,
this question. The most noteworthy aspect of
The two major weak-points this element of the refugee prob- secretariat, always notoriously
seen in the new system are the lem is that the definition to a miniscule.
Commissioners term.-- of refer- large extent restricts alternation- Probably the most remarkable
cue and the restrictive definition al assistance to that category of thing about this whole system for
adopted by ECOSOC for the term refugee m whose behalf the IRO solving the world refugee problem
Al Gold have been active during
the summer in ways and means
projects and membership drives.
Tin Men's Lodge of Coral
Gables B'nai B'rith has been in-
vited for entertainment and re-
freshments at the close of the
"refugee." Under the later only
European Jews, for example, will
be covered by the convention and
thus be qualified for UN I
The conflict over "definitions"
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whose virtual elimination as an effort, it adds up to the opposite]
international problem the IRO is of what is called for in the UN's'
being brought to an end. For the own estimate of the situation: "By |
' part, in other words, the 'iI March 1951 IRO anticipates
new refugee establishment would that only a relatively small num-
h,' concerned only with finishing her of refugees falling within its
on thi :i the up the tag end (if the IRO's job mandate will not have been taken
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im s duties will he
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the words with which
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ilely through governments.
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:.- only with government.
i : e. and he is to op-
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+Jewish tkrkMan
PAGE THREE
Community Center
Expands Activities
The Miami Jewish Community
,.,.,. is expanding its program
tivities this fall, according
g Max R. Silver, president.
The nuisor.v school, conducted
n ler the guidance of the youth
, tlcc. has added a new half-
to meet the needs
u
conim
program
e-school children for^whom
,. from
is adequate
9 a.m. to 12 noon
A series of parent-
meetings and institutes
on child psychology are also being
planned.
nation in the after-school
im for children of elemen-
chool are from 6 to fourteen
ready begun. Under the
10 Red Cross
Aides Elected
Ten new directors have been
named by the Dade County Amer-
ican Red Cross chapter to replace
those who quit in protest over
chapter policies and to fill other
vacancies, it was announced this
week.
New directors include Ben C.
McGahey. H. S. Brannen, Rabbi
Irving Lehrman, Lino Sertel,
Capt. W. W. Davies (USN-ret.),
Carleton Ellsworth, Dayid Meri-
cle, R. E. Chivers, Mrs. Richard
Brooks and Dr. James T. Wilson.
Chapter officials disclosed that
the new directors were nominated
by a committee headed by Wil-
liam J. Pruitt and elected by vote
of board members. They will
Tljman Appointed To
Home Show Post
Duvid Tijman has been ap-
pointed chairman of the Latin'County Community Chest were
American department of the Mer- elected this week at the first fall
chants Home Show to be held at
Dade Chest
Names Leaders
Five new officers of the Dade
County Community
j.'ip'of trained group'lead- I bring the size of the board to 45
fter-school program will I members.
,: roiisist of groups organ-
ized on a dub basis. It is planned
that their activities will include
music and songs, sports and
socials, arts and crafts, dancing
and dramatics, films and forums,
lore and trips and festivals
;md i elebrations.
The integrated group program
js designed to involve children
in democratic group experiences,"
Mrs. Leo Alpert, chairman of the
youth committee, said. "Group
i in charge of the program
are interested in the personality
development of each individual as
an integral member of the group."
Teen-agers will have a new
game room of its own. The youth
council, consisting of representa-
tives oi clubs and groups meeting
n the .niter formulates policies
for teen-age units and helps to
coordinate their activities. Plans
for this season include a variety
of athletic tournaments and social
(ven's. dances and contests, radio
and dramatic presentations, musi-
tions, and by special
,,_. ntweekend camping.
Special focus of the adult
activil nmittee this season
will be further development of
the physii il education program
n's ind women's bowl-
ing leagues; establishment of a
week film-forum series;
. acerts and recitals; expansion
of the Go/ ien Age Friendship
Club: fmiiMtion of a 30-40 club;
classes in social dancing, art metal
work iind jewelry, and special
programs in connection with Jew-
ish Book and Jewish Music
Month.
Auxiliary Meets
First meeting of the season of
the Louis D. Brandeis Auxiliary
No. 199, Free Sons of Israel, was
held at the Kneseth Israel Con-
gregation on Thursday, Septem- Tijman worked with
the Dinner Key Exposition Build-
ing from October 1 through 8.
Tijman came here from South
America, where he was a reporter
for the United Press in Motne-
video and Buenos Aires for over
12 years. From 1940 to 1943 he
served as secretary of the Aero-
nautical Center of Uruguay and
was an attache of the Argentinian
Secretary of State at the Pan
American Congress.
During the war Tijman was
president of the Jewish Center of
Uruguay. In this capacity, he was
instrumental in securing aid for
a national homeland in Palestine
from the Secretary of State. Dr.
Alberto Guani, and Dr. Hector
; Paysse Reyes.
On Pearl Harbor Day, he offered
i his services to U. S. Ambassador
William Dawson. In New York
Prof. Enri-
Beach Girls Plan
Membership Party
Miss Miriam Levy, president of
Sholem Chapter of B'nai B'rith
Girls, will open her home for a
membership party to be held
Sunday, September 17, at 8 'p.m.
A sketch entitled "So Pathetic,"
a parody on the stage hit, "South
Pacific." will be presented by
several members.
Miss Ada Wolf will be hostess
for the evening and will be as-
sisted by the Misses Enid Pallant,
Miriam Levy, Ann Ocuin, Barbara
Himmelstein, and Audrey Slotkin.
Adviser for the evening will be
Mrs. Samuel Jaffee.
ber 14. at 8 p.m.
quo Rodriguez Fabregat, author
meeting of the directors.
They include Harry Hood
Bassett, James I. Keller, Jr. and
McGregor Smith, vice presidents;
Oscar E. Dooley, treasurer; and
Mrs. Hollis Rineheart, treasurer.
Amendments in the by-laws,
aimed to assure, wider participa-
tion in the chest, were approved
by the group, which is headed by
Leonard L. Abess.
Tournaments Slated
Double round-robin and ladder-
type table tennis tournaments for
buys and girls between the ages
of nine and 17 begin at the Miami
Jewish Community Center Mon-
day. September 18. at 4 p.m. with
two-out-of-three series matches
played each week-day afternoon
between 4 and 5 p.m. Pancoast Hotel on December 9,
Center members are registering according to Mrs. Ira Cole Walsey.
for the tournaments with tourna- president.
ment leaders Leonard Kessler, Mrs. George Goldberg and Mrs.
Robert Fisher and Alan Morgen- Ed Singer are co-chairmen of the
stern. affair.
Plan Dinner Dance
Plans are being formulated by
the Sisterhood of the Miami Beach
Jewish Center for a dinner dance
to be held at the Grossinger
LEGAL NOTICE
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IX THE CIRCUIT corilT OP THE
I1TH .M'DICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
Wilt HADE COUNTY, Kl.ORDA^-
IX CHANCERY, No. 135Z6S.
iii.vi-: READ, Plaintiff, vs.
shiim.KY READ, Defendant.
To SHIRLEY READ
' -i Mil, Strep!
Ilfi na rdino, California
i hereby notified thai a Bill
' iplalnt for Divorce naa been
i j "ti, and > "ii are hei eby
: to verve a copy of your
lo the Bill of Complaint on
Htl irney, and file the
Aimwer in the Office of the
i ciii ill (".mi i. on or before
nf ih tober, I!'".": othern lae
b it Ion a ..f Bald Bill Com-
will be taken us confessed
' vim.
il thla dnv of September, 1950.
!:. 11. WEATHERMAN,
Clerk of ilw Circuit Court.
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By: it. II itK'K. JR.,
Deputy Clerk.
''' 'It'lE .1. TALIANOFF, ESQ.
foi Plaintiff
In Road
Reach. Florida
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IX ink CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IX W|> FOR DADE COUNTY,
rtlDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
ANN ELIZABETH PRAZEE, Plaintiff,
DONALD LAVERNE FRAZEE.
;' -ndant.
Vou, DONALD LAVERNE PRAZEE,
>' Darling Street, Angola,, Indiana,
quired to serve a copy of your
I" the Rill of Complaint for
mi plaintiff* attorney, Harold
'. 927 Lincoln Road. Miami
Florida, and fill- the original
in the office of the Clerk of this Court
oi before October 12, 1*50, other-
I.....in- pro Confesso will be
lered against you.
Thin Notice shall be published once
week fur four consecutive weeks,
i the Jewish Plorldian
Hated September 11. I960.
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By R. H rice, JR.,
Deputy Clerk.
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMum
EDITORIAL
5.1951
^t faff To Jewish Parents
The responsibility and the hope of parents is
everywhere the sameto raise children who will
be self-respecting, constructive and happy adults.
The task is not an easy one, especially in this
time of unprecedented strains and tensions.
For Jewish parents, the task of parenthood pro-
vides an added duty. Their children must grow
up to be self-respectinq, constructive and happy
adults, as Jews. If they grow up in misunder-
standing and rejection of their Jewishness, they
will have neither self-respect nor the respect of
their neighbors. If they grow up in ignorance of
the meaning of their Jewishness, the inevitable
result will be confusion, inner conflict and torment.
Only by gaining a firm and deeply-rooted
understanding of his place in Jewish life will your
child be able to mature into wholesome adult-
hood, with mental and emotional well-being. Only
by acquiring the great inheritance of Jewish
knowledge, wisdom and beauty, created through
the centuries, will he be able to share these riches
with you, his parents, and pass them on, in turn,
to his own children. Armed with such a back-
ground, he will be able to further to enrich the
great contributions to American democracy which
have been made by Jewish cultural and religious
insights and by Jewish creativeness. Fortified with
Jewish education, he will be able to understand
his cultural and spiritual relationship with the
great new land of Israel, and with Jews in other
lands.
To prepare your child for a full, rich and well-
adjusted life as an American Jew, and to insure
well-prepared leadership ior the American Jewish
community of tomorrow, you must provide your
child now with a Jewish education.
From September 5 to October 18, 1950, Jewish
Education Month and Week will be observed. In
those weeks, all American Jews who are cons-
cious of their duty toward the future will work to
develop greater understanding and cooperation
between Jewish schools and parents, between
communities and schools, between Jewish schools
and the general educational institutions.
This year, 1950, has been proclaimed as Jewish
Yom Kippur
Yom Kippur is. in some respects r, l
that is unique. It is hard to find an i. idal
among the other peoples of the world Tu1 loi
sounds of Kol Nidre evoke even in u mel
indifferent a stirring of self-searchin-" ? mt
tioning of ultimate things. y nd qua
It is a holy day which makes demand.
It offers us none of the joys and festivi.i- ,n M
holidays. It does not "pay oil' ,''0,h*
vernacular, but instead asks sacrihces vl *
might say that in our present disturbed wS !",
of complexities, of atom bombs and 3 **
perhaps it would be good for the who]
Yom KippurDay of Forgiveness
Education Year, endorsed by more than 30 of the
major Jewish organizations in America. It is a
time of greater dedication of the entire community
to the vital work of Jewish education, for all our
children.
You, the Jewish parent, have the most important
part to play in Jewish Education Year. If your
child has been attending a Jewish school, make
sure that he is enrolled and ready to begin the
new term. Take an active part in the activities of
your school, to insure the best possible education
have such a day as this. Perhaps* whaHhT"'?"
world needs today is some genuine seli-senl bl
Certainly to our fathers, Yom Bppur S?
of deep inner probing. How genuine th s 1^'
may understand when wlj recall tha' it
custom among orothdox Jews in the week L ,
Yom Kippur to ask forgiveness of one anX*
for they say that on Yom Kippur God c,l?o *'
for the sins committed aqamst God butfr1
sins against man, men mut forqive one ann.k
Perhaps it might be a much better world
haps we would have less fears of wa-, aJT I
bombs, if nations today could take soTiethin?!
this humble attitude and ask iorgfvenSso? one!
This is the only real road to atonement When
we have learned to consider one another, 2
shall have harmony and peace.
For all of our progress, Yom Kippur still hasa
message for us. Perhaps, indeed, because of 0Ur
material progress, we need it now more than ever.
for your child, and for all children.
If your child has not yet begun his Jewish
education, enroll him now. Prepare him-or her-
for the life heor shewill lead as an American
Jew, as a leader in community activities, as a
secure, constructive and happy adult.
A Jewish school is awaiting you in your com-
munity or neighborhood and "is anxious to serve
you.
Seek it out now!
Isaeli Newsletter
By ADA OREX
Immigrants To Israel Bring New Diseases
TEL AVIV '
n intry foi
sum-
rs | itbn k. which is
l the dis-
h the 1
Stal 949. ]
iron lungs by the W I
Ofl i nd the Bi ti .
found by a
Yali icialist in p \
medicine i have taken all the
vn precautions. Yale Un
also sent the Hebrew Uni-
\ rsitj some equipment
research.
In connection with this scourge
the local institute for the I
crippled children is soon to be
itly enlarged and given the
form of a children's farm. The
only institution of its kind in the
Near East, it always accepted
Arab children and still has some
child patients whose parents live
in neighboring countries. All over
Israel occupational therapy is
highly valued and courses for
technicians are being conducted
constantly.

The infant mortality rate until
two years ago was a source of
pride to the Yishuv as the fourth-
lowest in the worldafter New
Zealand. Sweden and Au,
;-.nd better than the U.S. Last
year, however, with the arrival of
many ill and weak children main-
ly from Yemen, it jumped sud-
denly to nearly thrice the usual
rate and is only now falling again.
Women immigrants get free care
at all infant welfare centres for
the first year after arrival in
orcrer to convince them of their
usefulness and teach them the
elements of modern child care It
also takes time to get immigrants
from Oriental countries used to
the idea that babies should be
born in hospitals rather than in
hovels. Some of them acquired
distrust of hospitals after hearing
that children often died there
usually after having been trans-
ferred too late through the ignor-
of the parents. Moreover, it
imp le to 1
enite child.en admitted to
tals soon after arrival in the
country,
*
Immigrants from the Yemen an
cted with trachoma
Worms, and by excessive
lity in the presence of doc-
Bl id had to be flown from
: to the Aden transit camps
ive thousands emaciated by
tropical malaria contracted on
their trek through the pestilent
low-lands along the Red Sea
coast. When a wave of immigra-
tion required special attention,
established localities often had to
be temporarily denied the services
of the best physicians until the
crisis was over.
Many of the oriental immigrants
are weakened by customary mal-
nutrition, which is not easy to
cure since it takes them much
time to get used to our more
balanced, but very different, diet.
But things are improving visibly
although Banitary conditions in
new settlements are often far
from satisfactory and are trouble-
some to the. devoted Ministry of
J Welfare instructresses and deleg-
ates of various women's organiza-
tions. Instruction in hygiene is
given also in thrice weekly I,
casts in all required languages
and by visiting doctors.

The Yemenite T.B. rate is 6-8
per thousand, or double the world
average. This is the most common
serious illness among all classes
of immigrants, comprising one-
third of all cases requiring hos-
pitalization. The average immi-
gration rate for T.B. patients in
a communicable state of the dis-
ease is now thirty per month, and
they are cared for in separate
transit institutions.
Facilities for the care of T B
patients are available for only 25
percent of all urgent cases in spite
of constant preparations for the
opening of additional clinics and
hospitals by Hadassah, the Anti-
Tuberculosis League, Kupath
Holim, the government, and Mal-
ben, mainly a JDC-financed
enterprise, for immigrants. It was
lately decided that henceforth the
league would concentrate on pre-
ventive work and leave hospital-j
! ization to the other groups active
in this field. Some tens of T.B. .
p.'Ian'.- from Israel are under-
nt in Swiss sanitaria
and are provided reading matter
the Ministry of Education.
Fortunately Intucam, a U N. and
Red Cros >red enterprise.
inn iculated this year nearly 200,-
000 pci .-ons in Israel against
rculosis, including all school
and kindi rgarten children, in-
mates of immigrant camps, and
whole Kibbutz populations as well
nyone i Ise who applied. While i
tucam had to bear the whole!
cost of its campaign in the camps
I for Arab refugees in the neigh-
boring countries, the government
of Israel covered half the ex-
penses of the Scandinavian team
which operated here. The govern- !
ment is now continuing this work
through its own personnel among
our Beduin and later newcomers
(by immigration and birth).
* *
The relatively frequent V.D.
cases among immigrants from the
Orient are reduced to an incom-
municable state before release
from transit camps abroad or
here.
The few leprosy cases had to
be entrusted to the hospital exist-
ing for over 60 years in Jerusalem
under the care of Danish and
German Protestant nuns. Al-
though no single instance of in-
' ;>f staff has occurred so
M no Jewish personnel could be
found for this work when the
ecclesiastical authorities responsi-
ble for the institution recently
indicated their desire to transfer
it to Israel government owner-
ship.
Not even one. rabbi voluntc i red
10 visit these unfortunates, while
the Protestant sisters are now
ng Hebrew in the interests
of their new wards from the soli-
tary teacher who declared him-
self willing to instruct the inmates
from a distance that is considered
I,e ,Israel government
meanwhile foots the bill and
Hadassah provides the doctors
Israel doctors discovered among
Y.?men,te immigrants several
hitherto unknown diseases, for-
U-M Offers Evening
Course In Astronomy-
Fundamentals of astronomy will
be offered as one of the 315
courses in the University of Mi-
ami Evening division this fall.
In announcing the new course,
Dan Steinhoff, Jr.. director of
night Classes, said increased in-
terest in the subject had moti-
vated the addition. He said it
would be an introduction to the
ph 1 isophy and science of descrip-
tive astronon 5.
"It is designed to give instruc-
tion to persons with no previous
knowledge in the Held as well
as those' who have made a hobby
of astronomy," Steinhoff said. The
I matter, he said,*includes
cosmos, the universe, solar system
plants and their satellites.
"Fear of persecution and home-
lessness are still the twin forces
that are driving many Jews to
search for a new future in Israel.
A considerable part of the immi-
gration to Israel represents an
urgent rescue program. It must
be very obvious to all of us that
the work of the United Jewish
Appeal is still related to a time-
table that may mean life or death
for many innocent human beings.
The United Jewish Appeal is
a cause which must go directly
to the heart of the entire Ameri-
can people."
J. Howard McGrath
Attorney General of the
United States
tunately rare and not serious.

Since the general compulsory
innoculation against smallpox in
1948 a few cases and even deaths
from this deases have occurred
among Arab infiltrees and their
families in Galilee villages. As all
concerned are in the country il-
legally, the health authorities of
the district were not informed.
The matter came to public atten-
tion only when cited by a member
of the Knesset complaining about
insufficient health services for the
Arab population.
*
. It is true that public sanitation
in Israel is in urgent need of im-
provement. Nevertheless worm
afflictions have now become rela-
tively rare with the elimination
of most Arab suppliers of fruit
and vegetables. Hygiene is much
stressed also by the army among
recruits from backward countries.
Miami Joins
Freedom Ousade
A national drive "to blast ia*
! Communist propaganda and to
I demonstrate before the world [he
: true aims of freedom and the
friendship of all peoples" has
gained impetus her with forma-
tion of a Dade County committee
of the Crusade- : dom.
Business, profei
leaders met this v. lected
Thomas J. Kelly a
j Mrs. Louis E. Natl
man.
Headed by Lt. C'.e::. Lucius D.
Clay as national 1 nan, the
j Crusade for Free insored
I by the National Co ttee for a
Free Europe, win, -..nized
I a year ago to give aid and asylum
, to exiled leader: from the
"prisoner" countries of Central
; Europe, and to establish broad-
casting facilities in Germany to
carry the stories of these leaders
to their own people behind the
Iron Curtain.
The symbol of the crusade is
a Freedom Bell bearing the in-
scription, "That This World, Un-
der God, Shall Have a New Birth
of Freedom"a paraphrase from
Lincoln's Gettysburg address.
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JAY,
gFPTEMBER 15, 1950
*'Jenisti flcridian
PAGE FIVE
1/7/ Say...
La Belle France
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
.15 At the crematoria in Dachau, I shook
lined dust of Germany from the soles of
,b took me direct to the train. Early
^morning, I awoke in Paris.
y i,o in Paris is far superior to the subways
One can get anywhere in this vast city
f following the clear directions posted at
,, each station. I got off at the Arc de
eted by Napoleon to commemorate Ins
the heart of Paris, this Etoile is the
from which radiate the boulevards
I the famous battles that transformed
h parte into the Emperor Napoleon.
[. | ing the imperial Champs-Elysees. one
P crochet Eiffel Tower across the River
nding guard over the half asleep city.
I me of the Invalides lit up by shafts of
in makes one think of the New Jerusalem
in the medieval picture books. I pass
nce a royal palace and now a museum
,wn. Near by are the Tuilleries. the
dutiful lens of many hued flowers in their fall
I ps are still on the trees in the magni-
F ...:th their Roman arches, their bubbling
r j statuary of bronze and marble.
Memories
i, highway closes at the Place de la
e known as the Place de la Revolution.
I some major incidents of history,
here th< Egyptian obelisk now stands, the intri-
Kn head I Marie Antoinette fell into the guillotine
I of France's glory, this spot also wit-
within 70 years the humiliation of a
I taking over.
s the American Express, the un-
I fice of every U.S. tourist. I pass the
i : ch, famous for no reason at all, and
I Column, the iron spiral tableauing
i. vements cast in the very cannon
his enemies. A far greater monument
is Madame Schiaparclli's dress es-
it the Place Vendome. Neither my
post office nor the restaurants open until 9 a.m. I
can now use a petit dejeuner, the continental break-
fast with its miserable coffee. So I sit waiting for
an hour at a little round table on the sidewalk in
front of the Cafe de la Paix. This favorite spot
faces the opera, the finest theatre building in the
world, and the huge Grand Hotel which was in its
heyday when the Prince of Wales, later King Edward
Vlt, is said to have drunk champagne out of a
celebrated beauty's slipper in its royal suite.
Its Allure
I sit musing upon the unioue place Paris holds in
the affections of mankind. What has this city got that
makes it a joy to walk under the green leafy branches
Of its boulevards? No one feels a Stranger hep. Paris
is every one's second home. What constitutes its
charm? An American poet once sang: "London is a
man' town with power in the air, Paris is a woman's
town with a flower in her hair."
Its Riddle
Do the attractive qualities of the French as a
nation explain the riddle of the Paris Sphinx? But
the city is more cosmopolitan than nationalistic. It
is the world's crossroad in which people of every
kind and condition can meet and mingle. Besides,
the French people cannot be over idealized. The
Balzacs, the Maupassants, the Zolas, the Prousts give
them no flattering picture. In their pages, the nobility
appear selfish and decadent, the middle class greeds
and conniving, the peasantry mean and avaricious,
the government venerable and corrupt.
The best touchstone, perhaps, is France's relation
with her Jewish citizens. During half a century, the
nation was on two occasions subjected to acid tests.
The results reveal the mixture of evil and good in
French character.
The Dreyfus Case
In the last decade of the 19th century, a Jewish
captain was accused of treason. Convicted and de-
graded in rank, he was sent to do a life stretch on
Devil's Island. But Col. Piquart was by no means
convinced of Dreyfus' guilt. Every effort was made
to suppress his findings. Then Emile Zola started
a bonfire with his fearless J'accuse. There was
nothing left but to try Dreyfus again. But here evil
raised its head unabashed. The army, the Jesuits,
the Royalists, the Clericals insisted on Dreyfus' guilt
regardless of the truth. At the second trial, the
highest court in France brought in its verdict "guilty,
but with extenuating circumstances." The civilized
world, believing in Dreyfus' innocence, looked
aghast. After such .> legal ambiguity, the President
found it necessary to pardon the accused.
Its Evil Significance
This bald recital would hardly indicate the passions
evoked that all but led to a civil war. with anti-
Semitism as the spark plug. The Dreyfus Affaire
disclosed some ugly spots in the national morality.
The issue between the true and the false was clearly
drawn. Yet even after the clear demonstration by
a /. b Cli menceau, or an Anatole France, the cat
could have jumped either way. Truth won out by a
ireadth, and the soul of France, though badly
damaged, was saved. But the auguries for the future
were none too good.
Collaboration with Nazis
In 1940. the Nazis took over after but three weeks
of indifferent resistance. Then began the roundup
of Jews for deportation to annihilation camps. It is,
however, almost impossible to distinguish Jews from
Frenchmen of other stocks. The Germans were
Stymied. But the former anti-Dreyfusards and other
Frenchmen greedy for blood money came to then-
assistance as stooges and collaborators. The com-
munity of 300.000 French Jewry was reduced by one
half through the betrayals of these degenerate in-
formers.
Redeemers of France
But the medallion has also a bright side. The other
half of French Jewry was saved from extermination
solely through the efforts of the decent and the
humane. Workmen and priests, farmers and nuns,
householders and peasants kept Jewish men. women
and children hidden away for the duration. Again
the honor of France was saved. In Germany, the
decent and the humane wen a tiny minority. But in
France they constituted the saving majority.
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education in Boston and Miami
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for every age level, including ad-
vanced professional courses for
Hebrew teachers. Educated at
Harvard, Boston University and
the Hebrew Teachers College of
Boston, he holds several degrees
including the bachelor of science
in education and a bachelor of
Jewish education and held a
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School. At the present time Mr.
Hurwitz is writing a book en-
titled "The Jewish Influences on
the Koran." and is scheduled to
receive his Ph. D. degree in the
near future.
Four Spiritual Leaders
Conduct Isaiah Service
Four spiritual leaders con-
ducted services at Temple Isaiah
September 1.
Rabbi Moshav P. Mann opened
the services and was followed by
Rabbi Irwin M. Blank of Temple
Emanuel, New York, and Richard
G. Hirsch. rabbinical student of
the Hebrew Union College. Rabbi
David Raab. formerly of Temple
Isaiah and now spiritual leader
of Temple Sinai. Lake Charles,
Louisiana, who just returned from
Israel, gave the sermon on the
subject "IsraelAnother Bastion
| of Democracy."
Dr. Paul Beck, cantor of the
temple chanted the service, ac-
l companied on the organ by Alvira
Grafflin.
Gables Group To
Sponsor llanrc
Yohb Kippur \il
The Sisterhood of the Coral
Gabli s Jewish (.'enter will sponsor
a Yom Kippur dance and card
party at the center on Thursday
night. September 21.
Mrs. Sidney Richman, chairman
of the event, will be assist
the Mesdames Herman Fisher.
Samuel D. Goodman. Sam Klinn.
Dave Lapof, Joseph Platt, Sam
Silver and Nat Weidberg.
Among the affairs planned for
the fall are an annual bazaar
scheduled for late November and
a book review and open forum
' series starting in October. On
Thursday, September 28. a lunch-
eon celebrating Succos will be
held.
BBYW Group Will Hear
Rabbi Mann, Mrs. Optner
Rabbi Moshay P. Mann of
Temple Isaiah and Mrs. Ida
Optner. president of Miami Beach
B'nai B'rith Women, will be go
speakers at the next meeting of
the Clara Hirsh Landau Chapter
of B'nai B'rith Young Women, to
be held Monday. September 13,
at the home of Ruth Kalin. 1575
. Washington Ave.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Silver
and Daughters.
May Ellen. Arlene and Doris
1740 S.W. 11th Street
Wish All Their
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students going back to their re-
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Hotel on Saturday. September 16,
at 8 p.m.
Music will be furnished by the
Scrrento Hotel orchestra and
tickets will be available at the
door.
Packages To Israel
Announcement has been made
that the Manoth Company, which j
forwards gift food packages and |
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I being sponsored by the Israeli
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER u
Patricia Curtice Wears Heirloom Brooch
For Wedding To Kenneth Lee Herman
An heirloom pearl brooch over 200 years old worn by her great
imother as a bride and the bible her maternal grandmother
carried at her nuptials were used by Miss Patricia Curtice for her
wedding to Kenneth Lee Berman Sunday. The double-ring service
read by Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan at 2:30 p.m. at the Coral Gables
Women's Club. A reception followed the ceremony.
The bride, who is the
daughter of Mrs. Leonore
Curtice. 364 S.W. 19th
Road, wore a white taf-
feta gown fashioned with
Queen Anne neckline,
fitted bodice and full
skill with draped bustle
back extending into a
cathedral train. Her veil
was borrowed from an
old family friend. White
roses and stephanotis
topped her bible.
Serving as maid of
honor for her sister was
Miss Beverly Curtice.
who wore Nile green
net with matching hat
and carried a bouquet of
assorted pink flowers.
Other bridal attendants.
Miss Jo Ann Shier. Mrs.
Jerome Young, M r s .
Leonard L'ngar and Mrs.
Irwin Samet, wore gowns
I en, blue, pink and
yellow marquisette com-
plemented with pink ny-
lon net hats and bouquets
of assented pink flowers.
Lenore S a s 1 a w w a s
flower girl in yellow or-
gandy.
The bridegroom's bro-
ther. Lynn H. Berman,
was best man. They are
the s'ins of Mr. and Mrs. ,
Moe Herman. 1745 S.W.
15th St. Murray Koretsky.
Ted Sloan. Gilbert
Schwartz, Pi Lambda Phi
fraternity brothers of the
bridegroom, and Richard
Roth seated guests.
Mrs. Ted Sloan kept
the guest book. For her
daughter's wedding Mrs.
Curtice chose a gown of
grey lace and marquiset-
te. The bridegroom's
Melvin Richardsons
Travel To Mexico City
Anita Malmud Becomes
Mrs. David Kramer
the
Mrs. Melvin S. Richardson
Following an extended wedding
trip to Mexico City, Mr. and Mrs.
Melvin S. Richardson will make
their home at 145 North Shore
Drive, Miami Beach.
The couple exchanged vows
September 9 before Rabbi Irving
Lehrman, The double ring
candlelight service was held at
the Sorrento Hotel.
The bride, the former Miss Ruth
Joyce Zimmerman, is the daughter
The Sorrento Hotel was
scene of the wedding of Miss
Anita Malmud to David Kramer
Sunday. Rabbi Irving Lehrman
read the double-ring service.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. M. Malmud, 463 S.W. 28th
Road, wore a ballerina length
gown of blush pink embroidered
organdy featuring a stand-up por-
trait neckline. Her fingertip veil
fell from a cap of matching or-
' gandy. and she carried pink
! orchids and stephanotis on a Ain.
Mrs. Irving Kirshman, matron
| of honor for her sister, wore ice
blue lace over satin. Miss Sheila
Suberman, maid of honor, was
attired in baby blue net. Both
attendants carried roses atop
fuschia fans and wore matching
floral garlands in their hair.
Charles Kramer of New York
was best man for his brother.
Thev are the sons of Mr. and Mrs.
Julius Kramer. 121 S.W. 67th Ave.
A reception and dinner followed
the ceremony.
The bride, a graduate of Miami
High School, attended the Uni-
versity of Miami and the Uni-
versity of Florida. She is a mem-
ber of Alpha Epsilon Phi. Mr.
Kramer graduated from Miami
Beach High School and is a vet-
eran of World War II. He is now
attending the University of Flor-
ida, where he is studying phar-
macy. He is a member of Zeta
Beta Tau and Rho Chi.
After a wedding trip to New '
York, the couple will reside in
! Gainesville, while Mr. Kramer
completes his education.
For travelling the bride donned
Mrs. David Kramer
a navy blue suit with red ac-
cessories.

Mrs Kenneth Lee Berman
II, the bridegroom's grandmother.
mother was gowned in of the Samuel Zimmermans, 1015
8th St., Miami Beach. The bride-
groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Alexander Richardson, 16 Star
Island, Miami Beach.
Attired in a gown of white lace
and net, the bride carried a
cascade of white carnations and
stephanotis. Her illusion veil fell
aqua crepe. The bride's
grandmother. Mrs. Sarah
Pearl, who came from
New York for the cere-
mony, wore turquoise
crepe and lace. Mrs. H. L.
chose beige linen. All wore
-. ges of pink sweetheart roses and baby's breath.
Following a wedding trip to New York, the newlvweds will'from a crown of seed pearls.
S \V. 23rd St. For traveling the bride donned a navy Mrs. Isaac Fryde served as
matron of honor in pale yellow
dine suit.
Both bride and bridegroom attended Miami High School, where
meml ers ol the school band, and the University of Miami.
veteran, Mr. Berman recently graduated from the school of
ss ,i Iministration and is associated with his father in the
ition of Kenny's Restaurant. The former Miss Curtice was a
ber of the University of Miami band and of Sharet Chapter of
. B'nth.
Edythe Buehman
Affianced To
Herman Teitler
Mrs. Julius Buehman, Plant
|City, Fla., announces the engage-
I ment of her daughter, Edythe, to
! Herman Teitler, son of Mr. and
| Mrs. I. Teitler. 6357 S.W. 14th
St., West Miami.
The bride-elect attended Flor-
ida State University and was
graduated from the University of
Florida, where she received a
BA degree in commercial art.
She is a charter member of the
Alpha Tau chapter of Alpha Ep-
silon. Phi.
Mr. Teitler attended the College
Personally Speaking...
Of interest to Miamians is the birth of Irving Charles
Rcsenblum. son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon S. Rosenblum, of Paterson,
N. )., on Sept. 2nd. Mrs. Rosenblum is the former Paula Lach!
daughter of Mrs. Isidor Lach and the late Mr. Lach of 574 N.E.
4th St. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Rosenblum.
Mrs. Lach is now in Paterson, getting acquainted with her new
giandson, and visiting relatives and friends. She will remain
there for the Bris and return the end of this month.
* -k
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rabenowich and dauqhter, Leah,
lecer.tly returned from Hendersonville, N. C. Leah attended
Zcrr.p Osceola.
+ *
Miss Bea Shapoff is spendinq the High Holidays with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Shapoff, 318 S.W. 28th Road. She
w;;l en'er Wayne University in Detroit.
( organdy. She carried a cascade of
, pink tea roses. Stanley Richard-
son was best man for his brother.
The bride's mother greeted
guests at the reception which
i followed the ceremony in a gown
of pale pink chiffon and Chantilly
laic with a corsage of roses. The
bridegroom's mother wore yellow
chiffon and green lace with a
corsage of yellow orchids.
The bride graduated from the
University of Miami, where she
majored in psychology. Mr.
; Richardson graduated from Miami
! Beach High School and the Uni-
I versity of Florida and is a mem-
' ber of Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity.
He is now associated with
Richardson Furniture Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Greenwald.
uncle and aunt of the bride, flew
in from New York City to attend
the ceremony,
of the City of New York, where
he majored in accountancy. Du>
ing the war he :r\ the
European Theatre and is present-
ly general manager of Printing
Arts.
The wedding will take place in
Tampa in November.
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+Jewist fhrtKMam
Personally Speaking
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob de Koven, 1676 James Ave., Miami
Beach, have returned from their summer home at Michiqan
City, Indiana.
* *
After a seven-week vacation, which took her to Chicaqo
Los Angeles and San Francisco, Mrs. Sadie Diamond 1701
SW. 13th St., has returned to Miami.
* *
Dr. Samuel Aronovitz has returned from a trip to New
York, Canada and New England. Mrs. Aronovitz, who is visitinq
relatives and friends in New York, will rejoin him next week.
^ *^ T*
An open house Sunday, September 17, at 12:30 p.m in the
Sherry-Normandie will mark the birthday anniversaries of
Charles and Jay Berkowitz, sons of Mr. and Mrs Albert
Berkowitz. Charles, five, and Jay, nine, both have birthdays
in September. *
* *
Mrs. David Gross. 634 S.W. 10th Ave., is recuperatinq from
a recent illness at Jackson Memorial Hospital
' *
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Grossman are spending the holidays
in New York City with their daughters, Rita and Naomi
* *
Spending the High Holy Days in Key West are Mr and
Mrs. Sidney Aronovitz end their children, Elaine and Tod They
c:e the guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Aronovitz
* *
Mr. end Mrs. William Rafkind and their son are motoring
tc French Lick, Indiana, where Mr. Rafkind will attend the
national convention of the John Hancock L.ife Insurance Com-
pany to be held September 19 to 22. The company has made
special arrangements for all Jewish agents attending the con-
clave. They will be provided transportation to Louisville hotel
accommodations, dinner at a kosher restaurant and tickets to
c::er.d services in Louisville. Mr. Rafkind is Miami unit manaqer
c: : :e company.
* *
Miss Phyllis Lee Glasser, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Glasser, left Thursday for Austin, Texas, where she will attend
the Univeisity of Texas. Miss Glasser is a sophomore
* *
Back hem a motor trip which took them to Nashville and
Chattanooga, Tenn., are Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon, 2201
South Miami Avenue.
* *
Cutting short her vacation in California when word that
her husband had been injured in an automobile accident
reached her, Mrs. William Loeb arrived in Miami last week
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Myers have moved here from New
Yoric and are residing at 3631 S.W. 21st St.
* *
Kenneth Myers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, left
Thursday for Chapel Hill, N. C., where he will attend the
University of North Carolina.
* *
New arrivals at Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville, N C
incude Mi. and Mrs. Sidney J. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. A
Herelcwitz. Dr. and Mrs. Robert Lessem, Miss Charlotte Lessem,
end Jack Mandell.
PAGE SEVEN
Greenbergs Reveal
Daughter's Betrothal
Mr. and Mrs. R. Greenberg,
2203 Calais J>rive, Miami Beach,
announce the betrothal of their
daughter. Gayle. to Larry Garbett,
son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Garbett.
937 N.W. 59th St.
The bride-elect graduated from
Miami Beach High School, where
she was a member of the National
Honor Society, and attended the
University of Miami.
Mr. Garbett is an alumnus of
the Lighting & Engineering Col-
lege of Chicago and is vice presi-
dent of the U.S. Fluorescent Mfg.
Co. of Miami.
The wedding will take place in
December.
________Gayle Greenberg
Ceremony Will Honor
Florida Draftees Tuesday
A ceremony has been planned
for the swearing in here Tuesday
of the first Florida draftees to be
called under the new selective
service law.
Thirty-nine Dade County men
and (our from Key West will be
sworn into the Army at 4 and will
leave at 9:30 that night for basic
training at Fort Jackson, S. C.
The draftees, all 23 through 25
years old, already have had their
pre-induction physical examina-
tions, and need only to be sworn
into the Army.
Gertrude Hecht
Becomes Mrs. Feuer
The marriage of Miss Gertrude
Hecht to Marshall Feuer was
solemnized by Dr. Jacob H.
Kaplan at the Cromwell Hotel on
September 3.
The bride is the sister of Isa-
dore Hecht. 4213 Nautilus Drive.
Miami Beach. Mrs. Hecht served
as matron of honor. Gus Feuer
was best man for his brother.
For the reremony the bride
chose a gown of white satin and
carried white orch-Ms atop a bible.
Mrs. Hecht chose a gown of rose
taffeta with deep purple gladioli.
A reception followed the cere-
mony.
The bride is a former school
teacher from Jacksonville. Mr.
Feuer. who is practicing law here,
attended the University of Flor-
ida.
Director of Florida Regional
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of B'nai B'rith, says: "Travel is a
pleasure with many boring de-
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FARRS then travel is a pleasure
in, the true sense of the word."
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vJewisti fhridliarL
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15. IQcr,
Lois Wien, Dr. Shapiro
United September 4
A honeymoon in Wilmington
Island, Ga., followed the cere-
, ny which united Dr. Richard
D, and Miss Lois ElUn
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of the
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father,
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Married In St. Louis
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A penthouse dinner party marked birthday greetingsI from.Mr. MlMBFL2KJ12\22
Yorker Hotel to Mrs. Charles Goldberg and Seymour Satin, who Clbratodtfa'JgffWJS? Ibbd
Seated round the table (1. to r.) are Mrs. Sam Kaplan. Mr. Kaplan of ^V^^Mrs Goldbe a
Association. Mrs. Leo Eisenstein. Mrs. Seymour Satin. Hosts Mr. and Mrs. Cohen. Mrs Goldberg.
Mr Goldberg. Mrs. Gertrude Weitzman and Mrs. G.lbert H. Goldman. Standing are Mr. Eisenstein.
Mr' and Mrs Arthur D. Frishman. Mr. Satin. Mrs. Harold Turk, Mayor Turk Mrs. Alexander L.bow
Dr.' Ubow and Mr. Goldman. The double surprise party was held in the Cohens' penthouse
apartment.
Mrs, Florita Harrison, Miss Sally |4>j|r School To
Austin, h< r sisti Miss
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+Jewisf, Her Mian
New Savings Loan Association
Opens In North Miami Friday
Shepard Broad, president of North Miami Savings Building &
Loan Association.
The new North Miami Savings
Building & Loan Association will
open its doors for business in its
offices. 12487 N.E. Sixth Ave.,
North Miami, on Friday, Septem-
ber 15.
The charter for the association
was signed by Governor Fuller
Warren and R. A. Gray, Secretary
of State on June 12 of this year.
and filed for record by E. B.
Leatherman. clerk of the Dado
County Circuit Court on June 14.
The insurance of the association's
ants by the Federal Savings
and Loan Insurance Corporation
and its .'Membership in the Fed-
H 'ne Loan Bank were ap-
by the Home Loan Bank
Boai in August 14.
new financial institution
will handle savings accounts and
Will also perform a financing
ii in the community by
mortgage loans on homes
and commercial property. The
mortgage loans to be handled will
be the permanent type of mort-
gage loan as well as construction
mortgage loans. The present
amount of insurance of accounts
is up to $5,000, as provided by
the regulations of the Federal
Savings and Loan Insurance
Corporation. It is "expected that
the insurance will soon be in-
creased to $10,000.
The North Miami Savings
Building & Loan Association is
capitalized for $1,000,000, and its
purposes are to encourage thrift
and savings, and to provide for
the sound and economical fi-
nancing of homes.
President of the new as-
sociation is Shepard Broad, who
is the developer and mayor of the
town of Bay Harbor Islands.
Mayor Broad, for whom the new
Broad Causeway connecting
North Miami and Bay Harbor l
Islands was named, guided the '
efforts and which resulted in con- I
struction of the new causeway.
Mr. Broad is a director of the [
North Shore Bank, Miami Beach, i
and one of its founders. He is
chairman of the board of Carolina
Casualty Insurance Company and
also president of Temple Beth '
Sholom in Miami Beach. He has
been widely associated with va-
rious business, civic, religious and
philanthropic activities through-
out the Greater Miami area.
Other officers of the associa-
tion are George Hcadley, vice
president; Gus Weber, treasurer,
and Max Dreyer, secretary and
general manager.
The board of directors includes
Alvin Cassel. a member of the
law firm of Broad and Cassel;
Vernon D. Elmore. a director of
Peoples Credit Union, and a
plumbing contractor in North Mi-
ami; T. Robert Kammer. anlhitect,
and a member of the planning
board of North Miami; John
Keefe, real estate and airport de-
veloper, and a member of the
town council of North Miami: and
Edmund G. Vischi. a real estate
broker, and chairman of the zon-
ing board and a member of the
policy board of North Miami.
Mr. Dreyer was a major in the
army in World War II and was a
principal organizer of post ex-
changes for the U. S. army. He
has been active in real estate
circles and is a large property
|owner in the North Miami area.
George Headley. the vice presi-
dent, formerly director of build-
'ing and zoning of North Miami, '
is connected with Keystone Point!
development. Gus Weber, the
I treasurer, is a real estate develop-
er and general contractor, and is
at present the treasurer of the
Peoples Credit Union in North
Miami.
The law firm of Broad and
Cassel are legal counsel for the
new institution.
Office space for the new as-
sociation has just been equipped
with the latest and most modern
fixtures and fittings for efficient
operation and for comfort and
convenience of the customers of
the association. The premises are
equipped with sprinkler system,
are well lighted and completely
air conditioned.
The new institution enjoys a
very prominent location in the
heart of the business district of
North Miami at N.E. 6th and
125th St.
PAGE NINE
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PAGE TEN
KlewlsliftcridHan
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER K
Ramona Breitbart
Wed In White Satin
In a double ring ceremony at
the Sherry Frontenac Hotel on
September 3. Miss Ramona G.
Breitbart became the bride of
Vale Ogron. Rabbi Max Shapiro
read the sei vice.
The bride is the daughter of
Mi. and Mis. Mortimer W. Breit-
bart, 1075 N.W. 65th St. Mr. and
Mis. Meyer Ogron of Surl
and Chicago are the bridegroom's
parents.
Given in marriage by her
father, the bride wore a gown *>!
white satin with fitted bodice and
nylon yoke edged with Chantilly
lute. Her full hoop skirt extended
into a court train and her veil.
attached to a lace ci iwn, was
trimmed with orange bloss >ms
worn by her maternal grand-
mother 55 years ago. She carried
a lace handkerchief, gift ol the
bridegroom, and white orchids mi
a satin heart trimmed with
stephanotis.
Mis ll K irot, the bride's aunt
from Cleveland. Ohio, was matron
of honoi m a gown of aqua taf-
feta. She carried yellow roses and
stephanotis on a satin heart.
Bridesmaids were the Misses
Muriel Adelman. Pearl Kaplan
and Gertrude Sugarman. They
wore pale blue, green and coral
net over taffeta with matching
carnations on satin hearts.
Bernard L. Ogron. the bride-
groom's brother of Chicago, was
best man. Zeymour and Earl
Ogron, Chicago, also brothers of
David Tobin, Fiancee
Will Marry Sunday
Announcement has been made i
of the approaching marriage of
Miss June Ellen Berman and
David L. Tobin. son of Mr. and |
Mrs C/.arles S, Tobin, 5231 North
Bay K >ad, Mi imi Beach.
The wedding will take place
Sunday. S r IT. in !
:. Mi and
pi n nts, Mr. and Mrs. Meyer
Berman.
The prospective bridegroom, a
native Mian I from
Miami Beach High School. He
attended the University of Flor-
ida, the U. S. Naval Academy and I
received his ee fi >m the I'ni- .
versity of Miami. Hi' is a I
lieutenant in the Air Corps re-1
Sl : ve.
Miss Berman is a graduate of \
Westbr >ok C illege, Portland, Me
Following a wedding trip to
Poland Springs. Me., New York
and Asheville, N. C the couple
will live in Miami Beach. Mr.
Tobin is vici pn sident of Tobin
and Baker Insurance Agency.
I ^lagler-Granada
Sotting I'p IV-ii
\iH* Program
The Flagler-G i anada Ji
C ;.unity Center will organize
ram for teen-agei s on Mon-
day, Si pti mber 1". at i meel ing
and dance :n the group's ni
51st PI. and N.W.
1st St., ace ling to Mrs. J. Freed,
chairman.
The teen-age program is being
set up under the direction of '.
Ph.; Jewish I nti
Ass .it. m ai ea director. All
teen- : .. pan nts have
been im ite. I I i this inil il afl ii
irmulate plans for future
activil
Additional Information may be
ned by calling Mi I-
48-3058.
Mrs. Vnli-
the bridegroom.
Abrams, Cleveland.
the bride, ushered.
A reception followed
hotel dining room.
Ogron
and Allan
a cousin of
in the
III lU'SUIIH'S
.IM Unties
Leon J. Ell. who recently re-
turned from an extensive summer
trip, has resumed his duties as
I chajrman of the Jewish National
Fund Council of Greater Miami.
Upon resuming his post. Ell
stressed the acute need for extra-
ordinary efforts in behali of
Israel's agricultural and reforesfc-
pr ijects. He pointed out that
dollars collected through the Jew-
ish Na'ion.d Fund not only re-
claim the land but give immediate
to unskilled new ar-
rivals. .
Ell will deliver a special
ige in English on Sunday.
September 17. at 10:30 a.m. over
Jacob Schachter's Jewish Hour on
ii WITT. Danii 1 M. Broad
will .-peak in Yiddish.
B'nai B'rith Luncheon
Meeting Place Changed
Meeting place of the Sholem
1, |ge, B'nai B'rith. Luncheon
Club has been changed to
Shangri-La Restaurant. 15 N.E.
3rd Ave., Sidney Aronovitz, lodge
lent, has announced.
First speaker in the new quar-
ters will be City Commissioner
Louie Bandel. who will discuss
Affairs of the City" Friday.
September 15. at 12:15 p.m.
Miami To Mark
|\ Anniversary
Fifth anniversary of the estab-
lishment of the United Nations
I will be celebrated in Miami and
throughout the country on Tues-
day. October 24.
Plans for the local commem-
I oration, and a month-long pre-
liminary educational program,
j will be'made at a nieetin.g of the
United Nations Assn. of Great's
! Miami at 8 p.m. Monday in the
Sunshine room of the Florida
Power & Light Co.
Maj. Cen. Henry W. Baird
(ret.), president, announced that
the speaker at that meeting will
be William G. Cornelius, assistant
professor of government. Univesi-
ity of Miami, whose s
international relations Hk ?
ject will be, "The Effect Vt
Korean Situation on the UN"
Chairman of the celehrati
United Nations v." ,? n f
claimed recently by CJ ,v.
Warren, is Col. Frank \i n
baugh. who rev,..,: thatneartZ
all organizations in ti, s a'f"
already making pi,,,, a
kind of recognition. ^m
Absentee Ballots To Be
Ready On September 25
Absentee ballots : ,. Xhe N
vembcr 7 general el ,n wil, ?"
ready September 2 .CarlHotaS
county supervisor ,1 MM-fi
announced this week
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2Voir Open
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Shochet on Premises Daily
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FRIDAY
SEPTEMBER 15th.
Member of he Fed-
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Office Hours:
Sept. 15th an<4 16th: 9 A.M. to 9 P.M.
lhe North Miami Savings Building & Loan As-
sociation was founded to serve the Savings ana
Loan needs of this rapidly growing area .
Our pledge to this community is courteous,
efficient and prompt service to everyone in neea
of our Savings and Loan facilities .
We invite you to come to our opening and
meet our friendly personnel and don't forget
our Opening Gift to our new friends and custom-
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Pencil Set will be presented to each person open-
ing a savings account for as little as $10.00
Start on the road to financial independence
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, sincerely,
Shepard Broad, President
Max Dreyer, Secretary


FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 15, 1950
Gables Women
To Meet Monday
A religious theme will pre-
dominate at the first meeting of
the year for the Sisterhood of the
Coral Gables Jewish Center to
be held on Monday. September
!;;. at 8:15 p.m. at the center.
A series of tableaux depicting
the customs and ceremonies as-
: ted with the fall religious
holidaysRush Hashona, YTom
ipur, Succos and Simchas
Ti rahwill be presented undei .
the direction of Mrs. Peter Glazer
Mrs. Edgar Miller. Mrs.
. r '.'.ill act as narrator.
The Sabbath theme will be in-
ted by sisterhood president.
Morris B. Horwitz, and Mrs.
Schulefand. The membership
:,: large will participate in the
candle-lighting ritual, the break-
ing of the symbolic broad and the
kiddish at the culmination of the
program.
Rabbi Morris Skop. the con-
:ion's spiritual leader, will
lend his assistance and guidance
in the interpretations.
vJewisti Fkridiar?
PAGE ELEVEN
^Mor the Hi9h Holy Doys
v0UR W1 PRHWS

servings".
BIG ECONOMY 2 l>-
*& )MlS.--b0U
%f patties'.
To Discuss Yom Kippur
Rabbi Simon April and Norman
R, Lyons. Miami attorney and
Jewish newscaster, will speak on |
Spirit of Yom Kippur As Oil if liaril'v
Exemplified in Ancient and I
Mi dern Jewish Customs" Sunday,
niber 17. at 10 a.m. during
Jacob Schachter's Jewish Musical
Hour. The program is heard every
Friday at 1 p.m. and Sunday at
ii..over station WTTT.
Loan Group To Meet
The Greater Miami Hebrew
] Association will meet Mon-
day. September 18, at 8 p.m. at
(hi Miami Jewish Community
Center, according to an announce-
ment from S. Rothstein, president.
El^mfnl! c u Malv,na We,ss Liebman. principal South Beach
SSSTSSShafi "a^h Alexander S" GrossPdirector'of tS
SAMUEL BURNS
Fussed away Wednesday in a local
survived by two sons, Robert, "f Ml-
',"". a ,,.i Ralph, of Sierra Uadre,
\vii i'-i' ,A":""!'- City, Mis. Shirley
wile, Elmhurst, Long Island, and Mrs
Anna Portner, Atlantic City. Phil-
brick Funeral Home was In charge
i arrangements, with Interment tak-
ing place In Mi. x. i.....emetery.
IDA KRASSNICK
> 2 .',!\Al""'..... *ve- P8^
away September il' hi ;, local hosiiltal.
m1"'. ',avo?-.,h.er children. Jack and
Max, .Mrs. Tlllle Mltnlck, Miami Ben. h
and Mrs, Minnie Kuperamlth, New
rork i Ity Aim surviving are a sister
Mrs. liiissi.- Gilbert, Dorchester Mass
another sister, Mrs. Dora "'ass',.! chl-
'"-'" "'..... brother Harry Port, Serv-
ices were conducted al Riverside
Memorial Chanel, Miami Heach, with
interment taking place in Mi. N. i,
1 emeter>'<
Brynes Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Nathan
Brynes, formerly of 1600 S.W.
11th St.. will take place Sunday
September 17. at 2:30 p.m. at
Mount Sinai Cemetery with Rabbi
Murray Grauer officiating. Mr.
Brynes is survived bv his wife,
Rose, and two daughters, Mrs.
Edith Diamond and Mrs. Ethel
Mendelsohn. Relatives and friends
are asked to be present.
Arrangements are in charge of
Palmer's Miami Monument Co.
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Iman came here xeven years ago
n Rochester, X. V.....id was .1 re-
d tailor. ll<> is survived 1 >\ his
re, Emma, and ;i brother Abraham,
lTonkers. Services were held al
>rdon Funeral Home, conducted bj
orkman's Circle No. 699, ..f which
, Goldman was a member.
Mr. and Mrs. Al Wise
608 S. W. 18th Avenue
Extend Best Wishes to All
Their Relatives and Friends
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
ABRAHAM ROSENBAUM
89, of -.411 Byron Ave.. passed away
suddenly cm Tuesday, He is survived
bj his wife, Lena; daughter, Cecele:
brother, Jack, of Miami Beach; also
a brother Harry, of Cleveland, and
Sam, George and Benjamin, of Brook,
lyn Mr. Rosenbaum was the owner
I s.ii.i,. Palm Laundermat. He was a
veteran of World War I and n member
of Cambridge I -< i^j: .- 662, P and AM
of New VorU Clt> Riverside Men,..!
("Impel, Miami Beach, was In charge
of funeral arrangements, Interment
.....K place in Mi. Nebo Cemetei y.
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)AY. SEPTEMBER 15, 1950
*Jfewftf) noridan
PAGE THIRTEEN
Capitol Spotlight
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
hv vslIlNGTONThe American ,
i falling down on the job. |
majority of American
.,s and radio stations
,,led to run stories on the
Enaer to our civil libertiesand
I way of lifefrom right-
1 fascist groups. A majority
t roups thrive on anti-
\ tism.
I isi weeK the House Lobby
I ting Committee, under
-lanship of Democratic
r. entatives Frank Buchanan
1 nnsylvania, recommended
I pee men be cited for con-
l Congress for refusing to
I committee questions con-
the organizations they
[ ted. William Patterson,
J- ial of the leftwing Civil
I Congress, was one of the
; n, The House voted to
f for contempt. The other
I: Joseph Kamp, an of-
the Constitutional Ed-
1 League, and Edward
head of the Committee,
nstitutional Government,
news reports described the !
I organizations as "right (
| I ended it right there.
Ijco major paper spelled out in j
the viciousness and sordid-
I ; the motives and programs ('
: [e such as Kamp and
hat Democratic Repre-
sentative Wright Patman of Texas
bout Rumley, who was cited
pt of Congress by a
House of Hrpresentatives vote of
;83 "to 175 I
I rise warn the American
n-iple about a man. an evil man,,
institution he directs. \
This man institutes as grave a
well-being and Be
1'nited States as any j
,:;.-' within our borders.;
no I'ommunist ... he
an American Fascist, plain
iled ."
Rumley went to prison after
for failing to regis-
ag an agent of the German
rnment. Throughout his
lengthy speech denouncing Rum-
ey. Pal in referred to him as
nvict." Continued Pat-
nan: P tically every piece of
propagan la turned out the past
decade or morerunning into
tens of millions of copies of
i tides and statements
m Ed Rumley's phony Con-
; nal Committee has been
saturated with the obnoxious odor
of Fascistic bias."
Thus Patman refutes apologists
for press misheba.vior, who say
Rumley is not important enough
to warrant detailed stories about
him. Th scope of his work'"tens
of million of copies"shows him j
and his front groups to be nation- i
wide in scope and influence.
*
There may be some justice in
this world after all. A problem
created by the Germans has re-
versed itself and now is one of the
biggest problems faced by the
German peoplewhat to do with
refugees. Ethnic Germans stream-
ing back to the Vaterland are
lengthening Germany's unem-
ployment rolls, creating unrest
and lowering living standards. In
some areas of Western Germany,
refugees make up as much as one-
third of the population.
Unlike the problem of Jewish
refugees in Germany, the problem
of German refugees in their own
country continues to grow. Ac-
cording to the latest report to
Secretary of State Acheson from
U.S. High Commissioner John J.
McCloy, there were in October,
1946, some 6,900,000 refugees in
West Germany. By the beginning
of this year, according to the re-
port, the number increased to
8.964.000. Germans kicked out of
other lands since the war now
make up one-fifth of the entire
population in Western Germany.
Here is how McCloy's report
describes efforts of Chancellor
Konrad Adenauer's government
to find jobs for the unemployed
German refugees. "There has been
extensive debate but little specific
action on the critical unemploy-
ment problem American of-
ficials questioned the (West Ger-
man) government's optimism as
to the efficacy of this program
and suggested rather strongly that
it would fail to achieve its pur-
pose."

Congressman John Rankin con-
tinues his anti-Semitic diatribes
] on the floor of the House of
i Representatives. Referring to the
' alleged Communists arrested on
atomic spying charges, the Mis-
! sissippi Democrat declared:
"Not a single one has ever
i been a member of a Christian
! church. There is not a white
1 Gentile in the entire group, and
Corinne Florence; his parents, of this area for 25 years, was
Mr. and Mrs. Gershon August; affiliated with August Brothers
two brothers, Harry and Louis, all Bakery. Relatives and friends are
of Miami. Mr. August, a resident asked to be present.
Residents of Greater Miami
area will hear the latest news of
Israel, when Mrs. Anna Brenner
Meyers, attorney and well known
social worker, discusses her
recent visit to Israel at the He-
brew Academy on September 28
at 8:30 p.m. The occasion will be
a "boruch abo" or a welcome to
the children of the academy.
the same may be said of at least
75 percent of the Communists in
this country."
Rankin's latest blast came dur-
ing the House debate on subver-
sive control legislation.

Somebody ought to complain to
the Federal Communications
Commission about what is being
done to "Tzena. Tzena." Two tele-
vision shows have used it for
"production numbers," and in
both cases, when the singers
came to the line about" "Let's do
the Hora," the dancers performed
something that looked like a cross
between a mid-.'estern polka-
square dance and a ragtime
spasm.
August Unveiling
The unveiling of a monument
to the memry of the late Samuel
Joseph August, who passed away
September 30, 1949, will take
place Sunday, September 17, at
Mount Nebo Cemetery with
Rabbis Max Shapiro and Simon
April officiating. Mr. August is
survived by his wife, Hilma; one
son, Frederick Bernard; two
daughters. Muriel Bernice and
Pictured above are members of the North Shore Jewish Center eheto W"^SoSSf^L^uS
Philip Fried conduct High Holiday Services at the Normandy TbMte*ThU gjn JJ*
grown its temporary quarters at 7110 Bay Drive and leased the theatre to W2
Oi new members, according to Melvin Patol. president Left to right are g*"^*}
Snyder. Morris Dollinger. Rabbi Fried, Melvin Alt man. A. J. Kaplan udLM "" Cho.rmaster
Al Mechlowitz. Sam Jaffee and Ben Bass were absent when the photograph was taken.------------
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We thank alt oi you for your
continued patronage that has
made it possible for the Quality
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on kosher markets in the terealer
Miami area ...
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with the finest of quality
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We pray that the year 57II will
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH
The Only Community-Wide Kashmir. Association
Participating Agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
warns t.-.e Jewish Population:
1. Not to be rmsied by words such as KOSHER, STRICTLY-
KOSHER. FRISHE FLEISH. or an insigna such as the
MOGEN DOVID. six-pointed star;
2. That meat or poultry marked kosher may be non-kosher
because of various reasons. The mark on the product
merely signifies that it was originally prepared as Kosher.
T.-e re-.!, for your protection, in Kashruth rests on your
Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth. the only city-wide Vaad
Hakashruth Association, and we therefore inform you lhat
ONLY those meat and poultry markets which have the
Sign of the GMVH displayed are supervised and endorsed
as having their products Kosher:
3. That the chicken market whose Shochet does not have the
plumba of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth u 8 3
". -..'./. on the- chickens is not endorsed by your Vaad; and
'..-'.fore, the Vaad cannot guarantee the Kashruth;
4 JJjal *" fallowing are live poultry markets where the
Snocniun are supervised and endorsed by the Vaad:
IDEAL LIVE POULTRY MARKET
151 N.E. 5th Street. Miami
'Wholesale Only,
ABE'S LIVE POULTRY MARKET
2011 S. W. 8th Street. Miami
'Wholesale ar.d Retail,
BERMANS LIVE POULTRY MARKET
87 Washington Avenue. Miami Eeach
'Wholesale ar.d Retail,
S & H LTVE POULTRY MARKET
320 Collins Avenue. Miami Eeach
Wholesale ar.d Retail
GUTMAN & LAPOF LTVE POULTRY MARKET
325 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
'Wholesale and Retail,
MALTER'S LIVE POULTRY MARKET
436 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach
'Wholesale and Retail)
Sfm '.hr.\ShC^im. If iS 'her Uve pou,,rV mkets who
cl.im to have Koshed-killed poultry are neither super.
nor endorsed by your Vaad; upervisea
Mpn*^ in thl',ve P1*'* mark NOT
LNDORSED as they may be Over Zman;
?' IJB!hV0rMvJivc poultry ""'*' >etdmMl
GMVH. rl Pzm-"-- -" ring M
For other information regarding Kashruth call -...- d rodoi
With best wishes for a
SH'nas G'uloh Vishuah
To Israel and the Jew in the Diaspora
H. Sootin. Secy. ^ Harry Sifkin p,^^,
S. Lobel, Treas.
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, Director
and
All Affiliated Congregations of
The Greater Miami Vaad Hakaahruth
5.
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hers go. My turn
:-: felt strongly about
the nurse
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"I'm coming to that. But you
md Jerzy Green-
il, his enthusiasm, his
sense of responsibility."
'Tell me about it," the nurse
:
"He went everywhere. Bucha-
rest Thi provinces. The border.
Meetings, Everywhere. And he
went at the r:sk of his life."
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*Jewlst FhridHar
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Out of the ground they removed j on the journey, with no effort to
gently, even tenderly the case of retrace or return. The tense
human remains. Assiduously they moment eased,
cleansed it of the soil and clinging "What do I here?" a woman
plant life, even of the worms that urged. "I was hut a young person
rotated about it seeking an entry, in the dreary lands of the Czars.
It was their avowed purpose that His soldiery passed the home of
nothing of bloody Europa shall
my people and forcibly took me
adhere to it.
Then the devoted hands lifted W; Thon / was told that one
of them would make me his wife
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the case and placed it within the
belly of the huge metal bird and
fastened it securely. The motors
purred, revolved, faster, even
faster; the' wings flapped noise-
lessly, the tail shuttled right and
left, and the big bird lifted itself
into the vacant skies. The bird
flew East, with its precious cargo.
But within moments the carrier
appeared surrounded as with a
vapor, high and wide. It may not
have been visible to the human
eye, nor did the sounds reach the
human ear, but to the souls that
congregated within the large cube,
the evanescent remains of the de-
parted Israelites in Europa, all
scenes and sounds were clear and
discernible.
In mere moments this vast out-
er shell of colorless air surround-
ing the big bird and its case of
remains grew to height and
breadth immeasurable. Reaching
almost to the ground, and as high
as the unseen stellar bodies, as
wide as all of Europa, this strange
substance surrounded the big
bird. Many millions of these un-
seen nebulae, the last vestige of
the interred Israelites of Europa.
all the inhabitants of its com-
munities of Death floated within
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if I would believe in the Shven-
tum Duhom. I had no choice.
Why have you allowed me to
return within your midst?" No
one answered.
Another voice came.
"Woman must follow. But Ia
Rothschild! I do not wish to fol-
low Herzl to Israel. I told him
again and again while alive that
I have no wish to go there or to
aid others in that purpose. Those
that went with my aid did so
only to die there."
"Now, here am I" came words
from the farther end, "I am
Disraeli, the great Briconsfield.
I severed myself long ago from
the Children of Moses."
"But in retort to the jibes of
your Christian friends against Is-
rael you stood in our defense
nevertheless, hence you are of
us," came from George Brandes
Cohen. "Look about you and you
will see in this caravan Mendel-
sohn, Heine and others who aban-
doned our people and have re-
joined them in this tribute to
Israel's Redeemer."
"Where is Mt. Scopus?" came
from one who boasted he was
from Espana, "I am the Great
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deserted their mutilated bodies,
their distorted faces, their bat-
tered skulls, their shattered bones,
all the evidences of Europa's tor-
tures and afflictions and sadistic
destructions.
The cube of atoms followed
closely the big bird and from
every section passed it drew up-
wards, from beneath the carved
tombs, myriads of souls, young
and old, for the brutal hand of
Bigotry knows no age, no sex nor
any person's worth. It reckons
its success in numbers devoured.
The invisible forms understood
one another, whatever their re-
spective living languages may
have been and however far their
domiciles in life. In this mammoth
this aerial compound. All had Cardinal and gave up my contact
with Israel many periods ago.'
"Indeed, you did that," said
Samuel Levi, who built the great
Synagogue in Granada of Espana.
"You joined the Inquisition of;
Torquemada. You altered my'
structure into the Church of Our
Lady del Transito. But no one
of the Christians had trust in you,
hence you are with us."
"Is it not traditional with our
people to respect their elders"
asked a voice with the tremor of
age, "and I am the oldest wander-
er in this part of the globe. I
came with the Romans to these
farthest north, and my sons were
taken to mines of the Anglo isles.
This is our first re-union. They,
the Celts, Franks, Danes were
plain folks but not cruel, like
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cloud of living Dead their minds ; thejr present heirs. Their 'needs .
joined in thought and retrospec- were simple and tney shared all!
tion. j things between them. Their lives
Rashi, the teacher, spoke first: j weie disturbed when the Huns
"It is written in Genesis that our j and Vandals came in from the
Joseph, the son of father Jacob, ; N01th East. and. again, when dif-
spoke unto the children of Israel, ; ferent cultures invaded their
saying. 'Ye shall carry up my ancient ways. As for me, I met
bones from hence to Palestine,'
and the Israelites carried Joseph
through the wilderness to deposit
his bones in accordance with his
wishes."
with no disturbance."
"The cultures that our friend
mentions overwhelmed the Euro-
peans" spoke up an ancient bard,
and clashed severely in the fol-
Another voice was heard, that ]owing centuries. As is now well
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of Nordau: "These were the
words of another, who asked to
be buried and to rest till the
Jewish people shall carry his re-
mains to Palestine. They are the
words of the Redeemer of Israel,
Theodor Herzl, whose bones are
in the belly of the big metal bird
that we are escorting as a cortege
to Mt. Scopus in Palestine."
A hubbub followed. No one had
known whither and why the pro-
cession of the Living Dead. Some
muttered, the expressions varied,
there was no unity of thought.
"Shall we live again?" many
asked.
"Indeed we shall," or "We shall
not," or just "Woe unto us" and
other pleas and supplications
came from many invisible throats.
But even those who wailed kept
known, I was the embattled per-
son, with my fellow-Israelites.
The leaders of the Crusades were
men with stout heart and mis-
guided aims. On the road to Pal-
estine, at every town and village,
they practiced their soldiery on
our hapless Hebrews. But we
were obliged to disappoint them :
we took our own lives and
those of our beloved ones and our
corpses swelled the swift river,
valleys. Now we meet again."
No one painted a scene of the
last holocaust in Europa, with its |
multitude of dead. No one was i
the great artist to do so faithfully.
All were deliberately silent.
The cortege is ended. The host |
of the Living Dead is ensconced ;
at the peak of Mt. Scopus, an
eternal Guard of Honor!
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By DAVID SCHWARTZ
PAGE SEVENTEEN
DAN CHAPPELL
Pan American Bank
Building
There is something about Wall
St. that always reminded me of
another Wallthe Wailing Wall
of Jerusalem. I don't mean to be
blasphemous. I know that funda-
mentally, they are at two opposite
poles. Wall St. stands for Mam-
mon and the Wailing Wall of the
Temple stands for Godliness. And
God and Mammon, so at least it
has been reported, have never got
along too well.
I know the great chasm which
separates them, but at the same
time, I repeat, there is something
too which evokes thoughts of
analogies. Have you ever seen the
Stock Exchange in operationthe
fervor, the tenseness, the excite-
ment? The men at the stock ex-
change seem to have a kind of
religious fervor. They are emo-
tionally aroused to the highest
pitch. They have that quality of
fervor which ;he Chassidim said
one must manifest in acceptable
prayer in communion with God.
These are only psychological
similarities, I know, and anyway
what I want to talk about now is
really something else. I want to
tell the story about a great figure
on Wall St., of one Ybm Kippur
when this Wall St. figure chose
to absent himself from Wall St
I want to tell the story of one
Yom Kippur in the life of Bernard
Baruch.
Bernard Baruch recently
reached the four-score milestone
and this particular Yom Kippur
dates back many years. At that
time, Baruch was not the elder
rabbi chanting the services, re-
peat: "This is Judgment Day." he
had no question but that for him
it was.
He was not available to brokers.
He might be wiped out on the
Exchange by his absencebut he
chose to obey his mother. There
is no use dragging out the story.
You can imagine his emotions all
that day. Baruch is a man, how-
ever, who can easily smile. He
can turn the smile even in diffi-
culties. .AH right, maybe he would
be wiped out. He was still young.
There would come another day.
Such thoughts were in his mind,
as he picked up the paper upon
his return from the temple, when
the stock exchange was closed.
What was this? Copper shares
had jumped to a new high! The
next day Baruch found that by
absenting himself from his office
he had made his biggest gain of
a single day on Wall St.
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Jewish community life will be
featured in a program sponsored
by North Shore Lodge, B'nai
B'rith, in observance of Jewish
Education Month, it has been an-
nounced by Leonard Tobin, locfge
president. The affair will take
place Monday, September 18, at
8:30 p.m. at Temple Beth Sholom.
Subject of a panel discussion
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seeking in the custom of young
men, to establish themselves fi-
nancially. Baruchwas a trader on
the exchange.
Baruch at this particular time
was selling copper short. The
break in the market had come on
Saturday. The "crisis" was due on
the following Monday.
Baruch was speaking with his
mother on the telephone. He
dropped a hint to his mother that
Monday would be "judgment day"
for him.
Monday, Mrs. Baruch reminded
her son, would be Yom Kippur,
and she hoped her son would not
be at his business that day.
Everyone that knows anything
about Bernard Baruch knows how
he idolized his mother. Of South-
ern birth, she was of Sephardic
ancestry. And Yom Kippur, more
than any other holy day, seems to
epitomize these Jews who suf-
fered so much martyrdom in the
Spanish Inquisition. It has been
said that Kol Nidre stems from
these Inquisition times. The de-
vices which the Spanish Jews re-
sorted to in order to observe the
sacred day of Yom Kippur almost
pass belief.
One of them for instance was
playing cards in the synagogue on
Yom Kippur. You might have
thought that they were trying to
mock at religion. Just suppose you
entered a synagogue or temple
today on Yom Kippur and found
I the members playing gin rummy
' or poker.
But the Sapnish Jews actually
did that on Yom Kippur at times
not for their love of card play-
ing but to throw off the scent any
of the Spanish Inquisition "Ges-
tapo/" A device to fool the gov-
ernment agents. As soon as they
felt sale, they would drop the
cards and n sume their prayers.
Yom Kippur meant a great deal
to the Spanish Jews and in this
tradition, the mother of Bernard
Baruch was nurtured. So when
i l with him to
abstain m business and go to
on Yom Kippur. B< i -
nard a dutiful son,
meditatedbut obeye I.
I know that Baruch was at the
temple that Yom Kippur. I don't
know how much praying he did.
I suspeel that when he heard the
Culture?"
Participants in the panel will
include Mrs. Malvina Weiss Lieb-
man, principal of South Beach
Elementary School; Rabbi Alex-
ander S. Gross, director of the
Miami Beach Hebrew Academy;
Louis Schwartzman, executive di-
rector of the Bureau of Jewish
Education, and Rabbi Leon
Kronish.
The women's chapter will join
the men's lodge in participating
in the program and an invitation
has been extended to the general
public by Presidents Leonard
Tobin and Mrs. Bernard Hoffman.
Melvin Pazol is program chair-
man for the evening.
Tainara Chapter
To Meet Tuesday
Tamara Chapter of Mizrachi
Women has scheduled its first
meeting of the season for Tues-
day, September 19, at 8:30 p.m. at
the Hotel New Yorker.
The membership drive under
the direction of Mrs. Albert Rosen
will highlight the business part
of the meeting and plans will be
completed for a membership
party in October.
The program will consist of a
short talk on "The Jewish New
Year" by the organization's chap-
lain, Mrs. Simon April, as well as
a movie filmed in Israel entitled
"Song of the Negev." Mrs. Jack
H. Kane, program chairman has
also arranged for the presentation
of movies taken at one of the
group's summer projects.
Lorlier Chapter
Sponsors Tea
A membership tea which
launched this year's activities for
the Lorber Chapter, National
Home for Jewish Children at
Denver, was held at Tyler's
Restaurant. Coral Gables, on
Thursday, Septi mber 14.
Mrs. Stanley Jamison, president,
reported on the annual convention
at Denver which she recently at-
tended, anil acquainted prospec-
tive members with -the club's
work.
The membership chairman,
Mrs. Sol Alexander, was jn charge
of arrangements.
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vJenist FkrkUar
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER


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HOLIDAY GREETINGS
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and MR. and MRS. CHARLES FURMAN
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
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APPLIANCES REPAIRS
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HOLIDAY GREETINGS
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Bobbins Roofing & Sheet Metal Co.
Phone 2-37'05
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PHONE 4-0831
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MiamL Florida
C nt nut l-*1 .
told us to put a stop to our emi-
tivit It to!
life in R

Myra S
Bui
nued.
I: ... Yi u
... to
jhment
then t
\v,

"Bui it Jei. : Gi
at th : .
- sked.
After the government's deci-
I planned what
'.'. Jed that we would
r I give up our dreams of a new
iwn peopl<."
"But what d;d you do?" Myra
Sabri asked.
'Jerzy Greenspan. Artur Bien-
and I wenl ..mong our
people in the communities. We
n what they wanted.
\V. w..:. know whether they
still wanted to go to Israel We
ed that they did. Then we
found ut the illegal exodus
to the American Zone of Austria.
W iund out that groups of Jews
from all over Roumania were
.,' voluntarily for
se. To get to
there by crossing
American Zone."
"But what about Jerzy." Myra
"Jerzy. like Artur and myself,
n helping these groups
Whi never we learned
a group leaving, we would
I them to the
(>m n ght, it as only
Jerzy's group was
lice. Jei zy got
away, but Artur Bienstock fell
ii sp. Artur w;\ one
iur own, our closest friend."
"Wh ppi ned?" Myra asked.
"The >ont the p
back to immunities, but
Artu to t: :.il as their .
loader They figured he was their
leader because he was the only
one who appeared not to be afraid.
He couldn't : L Jerzy and I
ttended this trial. He was
ntenced to five years in prison j
for activities outlawed by the new '
"It must have made a terrible
impression on Jerzy and you."
Myra suggested.
"It did." Moshe Myzman said.
"It was the turning point in
Jerzy's life. He vowed that we
WOUld settle SCOreS. He Vowed that
he would dedicate himself to the
rescue <>f his people."
Is that why he didn't want to
I?" Myra asked.
"Thi m him was ti ri-
in said. "He
ti ': Ivi ips to the
\vn.
Soon afl
R .

' I It am
: to go 1
V
Ji .- Gi
M
a
k T Ap-
: :

But hi his will
Moshi Myzman
I. "H< ci insl his will."
Myra Sal been 1
tes on M ishe Myz-
man's story. N iw she put her pen
and looked at the youth be-
lter desk
"You needn't worry about
Jerzy." she said. "He's in good
hands. We'll make h'.-ii well again.
He'll be with you in a matter of
Moshe Myzman got up to leave.
He paused. "I'm at the Brandeis
Immigrant Reception Camp. Call
me foi any help you need. But
the same. I'll" be back here
next week to check up."
Myra Sabri smiled. She watched
the youth leave, then opened
Jerzy Greenspan's door. He was
still sleeping soundly.
Myra Sabri returned to her
I desk. She took up her notes on
I Moshe Myzman's story. On a fresh
I sheet of paper she wrote:
"Jerzy Greenspan has settled
his score with Artur's accusurs.
The people he sought to bring to
I Israel are coming to Israel. Artur
has thus been vindicated and :
Jerzy himself has been freed. We
must show Jerzy that somedav
God willing. Artur. too. will be
freed. Perhaps in the New Year
... in 5711."
NEIL R. SUTTON
REGISTERED LAND SURVEYOR
4200 S.W. 83rd Avenue phone ^
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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 15. 1950
fJenisti f'hridH'fur
PAGE NINETEEN
Who Is Robert H. Williams?
Soviet Union undoubtedly under-
stand each other and expect to
combine their forces as soon as
they can do so without losing the
Jewish political and economic
grip on the United States.."
The February. 1949, issue con-
' tained the new publication's
"Statement of Policy" displayed
in a front page box:
"This publication attacks no
man because of his race, but it
spares no subverter because of his
race. The publisher believes that
those basic carriers of Commun-
ism and political Zionism who
attempt to hide behind the Jewish
religion must be mercilessly ex-
posed, both to discourage them
and to make the American citizen
understand the nature of the sub-
versive attack against this nation,
its institutions and its people. The
publisher urges the Jews of
America to repudiate their vicious
leaders and* embrace American-
ism, thereby preventing the tragic
race conflict fomented by the
revolutionists."
Subsequent issues, including the
recent copies received in the
Greater Miami area, have con-
tinued the Williams attacks on
Jewry and his perennial slander-
ing of the Anti-Defamation Lea-
gue of B'nai B'rith.
It is of interest to point out that
a libel suit brought by Williams
against the ADL based on a state-
ment contained in the league's
1947 survey concerning his World
War II capacity in military in-
telligence was dismissed on Jan-
uary 12. 1950, by Judge Matthew
M. McGuire in the Federal Dis-
trict Court in the District of
Columbia with the granting of
summary judgment against him.
Other pamphleteering efforts by
Williams are "The Untold Story
\ of State Medicine," which re-
j ceived considerable distribution,
and a forty page booklet entitled
"FEPC and the Minority Ma-
chine," which made its initial ap-
pearance in January, 1950.
"FEPC and the Minority Ma-
chine" is compounded of stock
anti-Semitic canards. As in his
previous publications, the author
avoids the patently hysterical ap-
(Continued on Page 20)
LEGAL NOTICE
By GILBERT J. BALKIN
Director. Florida Regional Office
Anti-Defamation League
Relatively free from the cir-
Iculation of national hate litera-
ture the Greater Miami area has
:lv noted attempted distribu-
tion of copies of the "Williams
Bntelligence Summary," published
hy Robert H. Williams of Santa
\ California. Public- officials,
veterans leaders, and persons
in the civic life of our com-
munity have received anonymous
mailings under a Miami postmark
enclosing copies of this notorious
(,ate sheet, whose import is to
divide the American people on
isis of race and religion and
v weaken American unity.
Prisons receiving this virulent-
ly anti-Semitic and bigoted pub-
lication have inquired concerning
the background of Robert H.
Williams. Who is this individual
in,l how does he fit into the
national undemocratic movement?
It was as a collaborator of Up-
ton (lose that Williams made his
bow in the national hate scene.
The first big product of the team
was a pamphlet entitled "The
Anti-Defamation League and Its
Use in the World Communist Of-
fensive" Issued in 1947, as a
supplement to Close's Newsletter,
the scurrilous booklet, which
credited Williams with author-
ship, showed a marked resembl-
ance to Close's "line."
Twenty thousand copies of this
vicious booklet were printed in
the first two editions. Receiving
widespread distribution, it was
circulated to all members of Con-
gress Professional anti-Semites
throughout the nation helped to
ninate it. As pointed out in
Arnold Foister's A Measure of
Freedom, the hate press almost
unanimously endorsed the Close-
Williams effort. Leon de Aryan's
the Broom, F'ugene Flitcraft's the
Gentile News, Gerald Winrod's
Prayei Cii Letter, Court Ash-
X-Ray, and Charles B.
Hudson's America in Danger ap-
proved the pamphlet wholeheart-
edly. Gerald Smith used it as a
ve-away" for one of his
iundraising schemes. The pamph-
let is replete with innuendos and
invective endeavoring in the
characteristic manner of hate
mongers to impugn the loyalty
and_patriotism of Jewry.
Williams endeavored to qualify
himself as an expert on "Com-
munism and patriotism" by virtue
ol hjs World War II experience in
"Military Intelligence." His record
shows that during much of the
war he was a major assigned to
Air Intelligence duties the
weather.
In December of 1949. Williams
the publication of his news-
the "Williams Intelligence
Summary." With the inception of
' vsletter. he apparently
with Close and went into
ss" for himself. Well
: the tour page newsletter
subscribers three dollars per
Bitterly anti-Semitic, this
Williams project reaches
leights in outrageous pre-
The first issue of Decem-
1948, was devoted in large
Williams' favorite thesis
Zi inism and Judaism are
lymous with Communism:
cannot grasp the full
ance of this ceremony (a
' youth celebration in Cali-
without some understand-
the relative position of the
mer Hatzaer in Israel, the
of the Israeli state, the
nee of Zionist groups and
and the organized minori-
over the mighty United
the influence of Jewish
nd organizations behind
S viet Union, and the bound-
imbition of certain political
to dominate not only their
ople but others as well."
I In the tall issue (January 1949).
ms continued his vicious
against the Israeli Jews:
1 is wholly Jewish and
ably sympathetic to the
regime, with many Jews
' as their invention and
still is under Jewish ta-
il not actually under
: h direction. Israel and the
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business, under the fictitious name of
Hamilton Exclusive Tailors al 1625
Michigan Avenue, Miami Beach, In-
tends io reglsl said nun,- with the
Merit of the Circuit Courl of Dade
< ounty, i loi Ida.
BEN KESSLER
j 9/15-22-21.....[-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under tin- fictitious name of
i BISCAYNE BEACH APT8. al 8300,
RSHi, 8320, s:c;ci und 8340 Crespl
Boulevard, Miami Beach, Florida, In-
, tenda t.i register said name with the
clerk of the Circuit Courl of Dade
County, l-ioilila.
PAtX APARTMENTS, INC.
Bj Ben Oilier, President
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
9 15-22-2......1
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
: the undersigned, desiring t<> engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Brooks Novelty Co. al 7188 Abbot!
I Avenue, intends to register said name
I with the cierk of the Circuit Court of
I Ktde County. Florida.
LEO I.. BROOKS
Sol.- owner
9 15-32-29 10/G
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
BIBCAYNE BEACH Al'TS at 820, 630,
640, 650 and i.i-.o 84th Street, Miami
Beach, Florida, intends to register
said name with the clerk of the Circuit
court ..r l lade County, Florida.
MARSHALL APARTMENTS, INC.
By Ben oilier. President
MYERS, HEIMAN A. KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
9/15-22-29 ln/fi
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
BISCAYNE BEACH APT8. at 825, 635,
645, 655 anil UKr, 88rd Street. Miami
Beach, Florida, intends to register said
none with the Clerk of the Circuit
(Jour) of l lad.- County, Florida.
CAROLE JEAN APARTMENTS, INC.
By Ben oilier, President
MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
9 '15-22-29 1" 2
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN" c< ilNTV JUDGE'S CI (CRT, I'AUK
COUNTY, FLORIDA.No. 23355.
RE: ESTATE of
ANNA C. KEHOE,
l deceased.
NOTICE Is hereby given that l have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Executrix of the
estate of Anna C. Kehoe, deceased;
and that on the 2 day of October,
I8S0, will apply to the Honorable W. F.
HI,ANTON. County Judge of Dade
County, Florida, for approval of said
final report and for final discharge
as Kxei utrix of the estate of Anna C.
Kehoe, deceased.
This 28th day >r August, 1950.
KATHKVN F. I.IC JUENE
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Kathryne F. I Executrix of the Estate of
Anna c. Kehoe. Deceased.
1023 Seybold Blclg.,
Miami. Florida
! '8-15-22-29
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, N AND FoR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
125191.
LENA FLOWERDAY, Plaintiff, vs.
GEORGE II. FLOWERDAY,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: GEORGE II FLOWERDAY,
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN.
You, GEORGE II. FLOWERDAY,
Residence Unknown, are hereby noti-
fied 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 Bill
of Complain! on the plaintiff's At-
torney, HAR< il.H silAI'llto. B27 Lin-
coln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and
file the original Answer or Pleading
in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Courl on or before the 7th
day of October, 1950. If you fall trf do
so." Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeki
in Tin Jewish Florldlan.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, this ;111 da] of September,
A.I i. 1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, clerk.
Circuit Court, Had.- County, Florida.
(Cln nit i '"in t Seal)
Bj R. II. RICE, .IK .
Deputy ( Hi i 8
HAROLD SHAPlRl '
927 Line,.In Bool
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
:i 15-22-29 l" 6
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
I. s under the fictitious li.i.......'
ACE MACHINE, T...... & DIE
WORKS si 3071 S. W. 87th Avenue,
Miami. FIB., intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
CHARLES RUBIN
s \\l KARP
BEN ESSEN, ESQ.,
Attoi nej for Charles Ruhin.
Sam Karp
9 15-22-29 10/6
SEITLIN &. COMPANY
c
PERSONAL
AND
COMMERCIAL
COVERAGES
PHONE 9-3836
i n. c. and st. miami as. i
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCI'IT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
135170.
LKRoV D. BROWN. Plaintiff. VS.
ETHEL BROWN, Defendant.
TO: ETHEL BROWN
DuPont Plaza Apartments
DuPont Circle
Washington. D. ('.
YOU are NOTIFIED thai s Bill of
Complaint for divorce has been filed
against you In the above Cause, and
you are required to serve a copy of
your Answer on the plaintiff's attorney
and file the original In the office of
the cierk of the Circuit C.....t. on or
before the 6th day of October, 1950:
otherwise the allegations of said BUI
of Complaint will be taken as con-
!, -~, d Io you.
September ,;. 1950.
i: R LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal) ........
By M. c. FEIGE,
Deputy Clerk.
JACK A. ABBOTT
Attorn. > for Plaintiff
927 Lincoln Road
Miami Reach, Florida
:> 8-13-32-29 ^^^^^^_________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ol
WHITE'S BETTER CANDIES at 1542
Washington Avenue, Miami Bern n,
Florida. Intends to register Bald name
with the cl.rk of the Circuit Courl
,,f bade County, Florida.
PHILIP YANOFF
WILLIAM I. BRENNER
Attorney for Philip xanoff
120 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida.
9 8-15-22-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious nan.- of
Kiddy Klothes Mobile al 8862 S.W.
23rd Street, Miami. Florida, intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade county,
Florida.
Morris OOLDBERG
LILLIAN B. GOLDBERG
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicants
Seybold Building
8, 25 : 1-8-15
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT,
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.No.
20446.
RE: ESTATE OF
ALTON REYNOLDS DILLARD,
i leci used.
NOTICE Is hereby given that I
have filed my final report and peti-
tion for Final Discharge a-; Adminis-
tratrix of the .state of Alton Reynolds
Dlllard, deceased; ami thai on the
21st day of September, 1950, l will : !-lS
apply to tin- Honorable W. F. Blanton,
County Judge of Dole County, Flor-
ida, for approval of said final report
and for final discharge as Adminis-
tratrix of the Estate of Alton Rey-
nolds Dlllard, deeeased.
This 17th day of August, I960.
ELM I RE ROBICHAUD DILLARD,
Administratrix.
MORTON ROTHENBERG
430 Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach, Fla.
Attorney for Administratrix
8/25 9/1-8-15
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF
PARTNERSHIP
NOTICE IS herebj given that
VICTOR FLOMING and ANNETTE
\'i IRSE, who formerly i und ted
a co-pat i net shin of the firm ns me
of FLOMING & V'ORSE, havi dis-
solved thelt p.hi A
26, 1950, and thai t he -
ol FLOMING a V'ORSE I
hereinafter be i onducted Bolely i>
VICTOR FLOMING; thai nil pi
eolieel i,e i :< he I > nOl II
ANNETTE V'ORSE ha sold i
right, title In said
ness, a ml is no longer ; espi >n
it of ss
and that all of the HSSi I Idi
names, accounts, and good will of
said b i Ini Bhall be the -
erty of tl......Id VICTI IR FliOM.ING
and the said VII !T( >R F'Li i.MI N I h
li\ assumes the debts of the former
ership mdu ted by t hi
THIS NOTICE Bhall be pub
once a w.el; for a period .f twi
weeks in the JEWISH FLORIDIAN
SHERRURT S, WEISS
Attorney for Annetti Vorse
Suite 543, Seybold Bldg,
Miami. Florida.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11-1-11 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 138083.
JOHN M. FRAN''i i. Plaintiff, vs.
DOROTHY FRANCO, Defendant,
TO: DOROTHY FRANCO
R I'D. 4!i BARK STREET
SWANSEA, MASSACHUSETTS.
You are hereby required to serve b
copy of your answer to the Bill of
Complaint for Divorce on the Plain-
tiff's attorney, and to file the original
Answer In the Office of the cierk ol
the Circuit court on or before the
2nd day of October, 1950; otherwise
the Bill of complaint for Divorce
heretofore filed herein will be taken
as confessed by you.
DATED at Miami. Florida, this 31
day of August, 1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
cl.rk of the Circuit Court,
D.oie County, Florida.
(Circuit Court S.all
By: M. C. FEIGE,
Deputy Clerk.
Name and Address of
Plaintiffs Attorney
NORMAN' R. LYONS
I'll olympia Building
Miami. Florida
9 8-15-22-29
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCI'IT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ANT'
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY, No. 134995.
HENRY GEORGE WILLS Plaintiff,
vs. GI8ELDA CASTELLO WILLS,
Defendant.
TO: GISELDA CASTELLO WILLS
ll Rua Domingoi Ferrelra
Rio de Janeiro. Brazil
You are hereby notified thai BITI
of Complaint for Divorce haa I.....n
filed against you, and you are hereb)
I required t.. s?rve a cop} of your
I Answer to the Bill of Complaint on
i plaintiffs attorney, and tile the
original Answer in the office of the
Mei k of the 'Ircull 'ourt, on oi I
the 25th day of September, I 5fl
otherwise the allegations of said Bill
of Complaint will be taken as con-
fessed as il nsl you.
Dated this 25th day of August, 1950.
E. I: LEATHERMAN,
I "lei k of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Courl Seall
By R. H RICE, .11: .
I'.piny Clerk.
HEORGE .1 TALIANOFF
) for Plait
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beai h, Florida
9, 1-8-15-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
tin' undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Golden Gate Grocerj al ;:"'' South
Dixie Highway, "'oral Gables, Florida.
Intends t" register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
SAMUEL HOLTZMAN
Sole Owner
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for applicant
9/8-15-22-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desirli to engage i>>
business under the fictitious nam<
of CARLTON SHOP al 82." Lincoln
Road, Miami Beach, Florida, Intends
to register said name with thi I
of the Circuit Coui I of 1 'ade Cou
Florida.
SAMUEL NUSSBAUM
BEN ESSEN, Esq .
Attorney for Samuel Nussbi
9/1-8-15-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
sain nani" imi 110- ..-. r. -. .... -
Court of Dole County, Florida.
IRVING WOLPIN
s lie (iu ner
HARRY DIET'/.
Attornej for Applicant
;> B-15-22-29
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
214S3.
In Re: ESTATE OF
LOUIS MINSK, Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
Y.a. and each of you. are hereby
hotlfled and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
.ith.r of you, ma> havi ag ilnst the
estate of LOUIS MINSK, deceased,
late of Miami. Dad' County, Florida,
to the Hon. W. F. Blanton, ''
judge of Dade County, and file the
same In his office In the County
Courthouse In Dad.- Count F
u Ithin Ighl alendar months
the date "f the t'nsi publication here-
of. Said claims oi dent tnds to i
the legal add:. -- of the i lalin u
to lie swot n to and presented as
said, or same will be barred. See
n 120 of the 1933 Probate Act.
Date August 18, A.D. 1950.
ABBIE MINSK'.
As ExecUtl IX of the I. Will and
Testament of LOUIS MINSK.
1 leceasi d
Ml ERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorni > s for Ex< i iitrlx
- 25 '.' 1-8-15
l will not be responsible for l nj
mtr ii ted hj anyone other than
myself, and In particular any debts
lcted by my wife, Esther M irk
LEO A. MARK
9/8-15 _________.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
l\ \ND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
24703.
I,: Re: ESTATE OF
CHARLES F, KIM'KB.
I............I.
To All Credltot and All Pel ms Hav-
ing Claims oi Demands Ai
Said Etate:
You. ami each of yo
notified and required to presi
claims and demands which s
either of you, may have against th<
, .- of CHARLES F REDER, de-
late ol I "ade 'otint>, Rot Ida
to the Hon. W, F. BLANTON, County
judgi of Dad,- County, and t
ffl In the C
in Dade County, i
within i

,,f Halil la ms
and
to be sworn to and presi iti I u
Rfoi ess l iM be bat i i Be<
,. of thi i33 Pro te Acl
Si 1. A.D. 1950
HERBERT .-'. BHAPIRi i
A- Exi cutot of thi I W II an I
Ti '
D, used.
RERICK and SH VPIRO
B> MORRIS BER1CK
Attoi itor
9' s -1:,.
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
The Jewish Floridian so-
licits your legal notices.
We appreciate your
patronage and guaran-
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ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR BADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, -No.
1916.
LEI IN \ LEVIN, Plaintiff, VS.
HENRY LEVIN, Defendant.
TO: HENRY LEVIN
West 92nd 81
Ne Y-'ik. New Y"ik
v e hi red and required
e a copy of your Answ er to
the Bill of i 'oiupl.iiiit for 11
n ,.p> of losed herew Ith,
on Plaintiff's attorney, and file the
il in the office of the Clerk of
ill, circuit Courl on or before the
20th day of September, 1950, ol
aid Bill iii be
taken i b$ you.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 22nd
day of August, 1950
i: B, LEATHERMAN,
C rk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE
Deputy Clerk.
SAMUEL J RAND, Attorney
1001 Olympia Building
Miami. Florida
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE MB' 'PIT C( it RT i IF THE
I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
|., iR HADI COUN V. IM.' IR1
IN CD VNCERY, \-
M'M.AIN \\ HAMILTON, I
va MAGGIE HAMILTON,
TO: MAGGIE HAMILTON
i: BEST STREET
DAYTON, OHIO
Yi lU are hi
copy of j .< er to thi Bill !
Complaint for 11 rorci on thi PI
tiffs Vtton Hi glnal
At iwer In tl......
the i Mr 'till Courl on oi b< fore h'
2nd da! of October, 1950; ol t
the Bill of c.uii
heretofore filed herein will I
as con fessi I:
DATED it Miami, Florida, '.his ::i
day of A .....
E. B. LEATHERN VN,
the Cln
intj, Floi Ida.
(Circuit Courl Seal)
By M. '. FEIGE,
Deput) '
Name ami Address "f
Plaintiff's Attorney:
NORMAN R LYONS,
I 914 Olvmpia Building
Miami. Florida


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