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

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

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
VOLUME 23NUMBER 39
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1950
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Israel Surprised And Indignant Over
{Egyptian Complaints To United Nations
TEL AVIV, (JTA)Official quarters here have expressed
surprise and indignation over the report by Maj. Gen. William
I Riley, U.N. armistice chief, to the United Nations on Egyptian |thc Middle East in the present
complaints alleging that Israel forces had driven 4,000 Arab world crisis has been agreed upon
Bedouins into Egypt from the demilitarized zone around El Auja .in talks which have been held in
Britain, U.S. Map
Middle East Role
In World Crisis |
LONDON, (JTA)The role of
in the Negev.
They pointed
dealt with in the report
' sub judice in the mixed
commission. It is felt
the Riley report, pub-
inder UN authority at
I ess, is bound to detract
; armistice commission's
settle this and other dis-
peaceably and general
nes the authority of the
i in.
It was stressed that under the
agreement, only the
Armistice Commission has
.', and duty to establish
of any incident and fix
lity. There is no pro-
v nabling Gen. Riley or any
luthority to bypass the
. ,i and reach a senarate,
. conclusion. In fact, it is
: e, these allegations have
been investigated by the
Mixi I Armistice Commission.
recalled here that the
a where the coming out
: took place recently has
: rendered unsafe by deprad-
out that all J tions and armed attacks mostly
by Bedouin tribes from Egypt or
Egyptian-held territory. The sit-
uation was described as providing
the true background to the recent
events in the Negev and it was
stated that it was completely
ignored in the Riley report except
in the form of "Israel allegations."
Israel To Reply To
Egypt's Complaints
LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)The
Israel delegation to the United
Nations is preparing a written re-
ply to be submitted to the Se-
curity Council in answer to
Egyptian complaints of the ex-
pulsion of Bedouin tribesmen
from Israel to Egyptian territory,
it was learned this weekend.
Egypt Egypt made a formal com-
plaint to the Council earlier this
month.
The reply, it is understood, will
also deal with allegations con-
tained in the report made to the
lr. Italph HuiK-hr Beeeh os Xobcl
Peace Prize For Palestine Mediation
OSLO. (JTA)The Nobel Peace Prize for 1950 was last week-
end awarded to Dr. Ralph J. Bunche, former United Nations Acting
Mediator for Palestine, for his work in negotiating three armistice
agreements between Israel and the Arab states.
The award will be presented in Oslo December 10 at ceremonies
which will also mark the 50th year of the establishment of the peace
prize. Dr. Bunche. the first Negro to receive the honor, will get prize
money of about S31.700.
(At Lake Success, Israel Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett de-
clared: "The award of the Nobel Prize for Peace to Dr. Ralph
Bunche will be appreciated particularly by those who watched at
close range his Herculean efforts to put an end to fighting in
Palestine, and learned to admire his inexhaustible patience, resources
the British Chiefs of Staff and | and ingenuity in the complex armistice negotiations between Israel
which resulted in the recent and nel" four neighbors. It is a fitting tribute to a great servant of the
United Nations and gives renewed strength to faith in its cause.")
London and Washington, accord-
ing to information in official
circles here. These talks were part
of the general survey of the situa-
tion which has been conducted by
in
British suspension of all sales and
delivery of arms to Middle East
countries.
This survey has now been con-
cluded and the general conclu-
sions which the British arrived at
have been approved in Washing-
ton. The main conclusion is that
Britain and the United States are
agreed on the need for some form
Conference Underscores Israel's Need
For Billions, Agency Leader Reports
NEW YORK, (JTA)The economic conference in Jerusalem
iss^^SS^^^lT"^1! more ,hr < *rican W*leader3 "made"
East, it" is understood, does not; clear that American Jews will have to thmk in terms of billions,
figure as an immediate crisis cen- rather than millions, in any program to aid to Israel," Dr. Nahum
ter and there is agreement on Goldmann, chairman of the American section of the Jewish
certain preliminary steps with Agency, said this week at a press conference following his
regard to that area. refUrn form Israel. \------------------------------------------------
First, it is reported that Britain ,._, ,. '
and the United States have agreed Tne great constructive result | Israel government decides to float
to ensure the present status quo of the Jerusalem conference," Dr. | sucn an jssue; 4. Direct aid by the
UN this week by Maj. Gen. Wil- ar|d prevent anything that might Goldmann declared, "was a re- United States, through bank loans,
liam Riley, truce mission chief.
frael Resident Admits Striking
W omen In Concentration Camp
TEI. AVIV, (JTA)Ria Hines, -------------------------------------------------
yea -old Israel resident who 1 The preliminary hearing was
again unsettle the precarious quiet 1 velation to American Jews of the etc to I
in the Middle East. Secondly. true magmtude of the task ahead.
Britain has reportedly under- ,
taken to clarify its relations with 1 Calling uopn a united Zionist
Egypt before Middle East priori- | movement to spearhead all seg-
ties are considered. Thirdly, 1 ments of American Jewish life to
Britain and the United States will j meet the challenge," the Agency
u charged with having beaten [ continued Wednesday when other
women prisoners at the prosecution witnesses took the
icirn concentration camp in | stand. The indictment, which was
1944 and 1945, admitted in magis-
court that she struck a
number of women prisoners but
i charges of having col-
ited with the Nazis. She
served as a supervisory guard at
the camp during that period.
ka Goldstein, the first of
prosecution witnesses, testi-
that the Hines woman beat a
: ;
also- read, stated that the defend-
ant's actions caused a serious de-
terioration of the physical and
mental condition of Jewish
prisoners "with the intention of
exterminating the Jewish people."
If found guilty, she faces the
death sentence. This is one of
several cases involving a recent
law which provides for the
make every effort to avoid an-
other Arab-Israel clash at Lake
Success.
Manchurian Jews
Leave For Israel
HONG KONG. (JTA) The
movement of Jews from Man-
churia to Israel is continuing at
. an unabated pace and persons in
of hers, Vera Schwartz, punishment of Nazis or Nazi col- ; a position to buy air passage from
leader said:
"In taking upon itself this great
and difficult task, the Zionist
movement will have to be united
more than ever before. Within
this program, there is room for
everyone and a place for every
group within the Zionist move-
ment to make its contribution."
Dr. Goldmann said a "great
step" towards helping resolve the
In connection with the latter
point. Dr. Goldmann emphasized
that "this help is deserved more
than ever in the light of the Israel
stand on Korea, here demonstrat-
ed loyalty to the United Nations
and the fact that her people hae
already clearly indicated their
loyalty to the democratic ideals of
the Western world."
"It became obvious as a result
of the Jerusalem conference," he
said, "that in order to provide the
vast amounts of money needed,
the whole approach of American
Jews to Israel's problems must be
radically changed. The approach
'1 the girl collapsed. She said laborators apprehended on Israel
-he was also beaten by the soil.
H .. s woman, but not as severe-
ly After giving details of several
such incidents, Miss Goldstein
charged that the Hines woman's
actions were not warranted under
circumstances because Nazi
camp authorities were seldom
nt when the beatings took
This statement was a direct
' futation of the defendant's plea
that she was forced to be cruel
under orders from the Germans.
Egyptians Confiscate
Israel-Bound Mail
JERUSALEM, (JTA) The
Israel Postmaster General an-
nounced that 21 sacks of mail
destined for Israel were con-
fiscated by Egyptian authorities
problems Israe faces today will, no "longer "be purely philan-
be the Washington conference be-, thic thse prognlm must De
ginning October 24. which wil 1 comived as /joint undertaking
not be restricted to the normal f h building of a nation.
Palestine Issues In
UN Remain Same
FLUSHING MEADOW. (JTA)
Palestine, issues in the United
Nations are now back again where
they were just one year ago. The
eral
Hong Kong to Lydda airport are
receiving Hong Kong transit visas,
it was reported here this week.
One Jewish woman who stopped
off here on her way to Israel from
Manchuria said that 200 Jews
were included in the total of 6,000
persons reportedly abducted by
Soviet authorities during the last
few years in Harbin. The fear of Washington conference, he ex-
abduction, she said, is the reason planied. "will be to swing Ameri-
afterY forcedlanding~of an is- for the large-scale movement of can Jewry behind the four-point jJJ^J"
rael-bound TWA plane in Egyp- Jews from Harbin to Israel. Jew- program laid out at the Jeru-
tian-held territory on September ish property owners in Harbin salem conference 1. Strengthen-
18 The announcement said the I are selling their property for one- ing of the United Jewish Appeal;
mail originated in New York, j fifth of its value, which is the ; 2. Encouragement of private capi-
Boston Madrid. Rio de Janeiro, j price paid by government author- : tal investments in Israel; 3. Sup-
Rome and Buenos Aires. I ities. port of an Israel bond issue, if the
functions of a United Jewish Ap-
peal conference." He added that
although details have not yet been
worked out, the "conference will
be truly representative of all sec-
tions of American Jewish life,
non-Zionist as well as Zionist."
The "primary function" of the
"It was to this end that the
four-point program of the Jeru-
salem conference was designed.
Only with implementation of this
program within the next three or
four years can the initial phase
of the consolidation of Israel be
considered terminated. Only then
may one reasonably expect Israel
to stand economically on its own
CJA Workers Mobilized For C Day
An army of volunteers will, Appeal, which is sponsoring the; ready been absorbed in the
nahzation of Jerusalem : munities throughout the country
' no refugees and the report where efforts will be made to
bring in a total of $10,000,000
urgently needed for the immediate
has large-scale transfer to Israel of
Palestine Conciliation Com-
mission.
The Steering
Committee
tor, who visited Israel two months
ago, has played a leading role in
the nationwide drive in behalf of
the immigration, settlement and
reconstruction program of the
Voted to send to the plenary ses- jews frm Iraq, Roumania, Tri- j United Palestine Appeal, the Joint
s n of the General Assembly, politania, and other Eastern *
ut committee debate, the European countries.
' a entitled: "Permanent Invita- f Plans for the operation, which
li n to the Arab League." This has been dubbed C-Day. are being
placed on the agenda by the macje in this area by a committee
Arab slates and, if adopted would headed by Stanley C. Myers, who
[ give the Arab League recognition has issued a call for volunteers,
official" regional organiza- The C-Day foot soldiers will
tjon of the United Nations under try to collect pledges of $100 or
[tne terms of the UN Charter. | less. All accounts over $100 will
Matters concerning European be handled by the Greater Miami
. refugees, including the election of [ Jewish Federation collection com-
a High Commissioner for Refugees mittee, which will simultaneously
land a draft convention on refu- initiate a
[gees and stateless persons, have | debts,
[been assigned to the Social Corn-
Distribution Committee and the
United Service for New Ameri-
cans, the three agencies which
derive their funds from the
United Jewish Appeal campaign.-
Moritz Gottlieb of Allentown, Pa.,
another member of the UJA cam-
paign cabinet, will serve as as-
sociate chairman of C-Day.
In accepting the post, Cantor
pointed out that during the past
two and a half years the funds
ussion.
provided through the United Jew-
drive to clean up all' ish Appeal had helped Israel re-
ceive a total of 450,00 immigrants needs of the new immigrants
Henrv Moreenthau, Jr., general from various parts of the world j without our immediate and very
being collected through the United
Jewish Appeal are needed to help
the new immigrants who are
coming into the country with
nothing more than the clothes on
their back. I have seen the
tremendous achievements which
American Jews made possible in
Israel. I have also seen the pitiful
condition in which the retugees
arrive in Israel and the tremen-
dous program of (tare and adjust-
ment that must be carried on to
put them on their own feet. This
is not only a problem of the re-
construction of hundreds of
thousands of Jews. It is also a
problem of the survival of the
new democracy of Israel which
cannot deal with the enormous
new
chairman of the United Jewish \ and that most of these have al- 1 generous assistance
Sanctions Against
Israel Ociiiaiuled
By I rail Official
FLUSHING MEADOW. (JTA)
The reconvened UN General
Assembly last week heard the
Iraqi delegate, Mohamed Fadhil
Jamali, demand that the United
Nations invoke non-military
sanctionsthe breaking r-ff of
diplomatic communications and
economic relationsagainst Israel.
The Arab demand came on Yom
Kippur, when members of the
Israel delegation headed by
Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett
abstained from participating in
the Assembly session. Jamali de-
nounced what he termed Israel
aggression in driving thousands of
Arabs from their homes. He also
urged enforcement of UN deci-
sions on internationalization of
Jerusalem and repatriation of
Palestine Arab refugees.
The Iraqi spokesman also listed
alleged Israel atrocities against
Arab farmers, machine-gunning
of a Lebanese plane carrying re-
ligious pilgrims and the expulsion
in r.ecent months of thousands of
Arabs to "give their homes to
new Jewish immigrants."


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PAGE THREE
I'll Say...
Of the estimated 300,000 Jews in France, Paris has
hout 200,000. Now the largest community on the
ntincnt (everything behind the iron curtain being
n unknown quantity) Paris has succeeded to the
timacies once held by Warsaw, Berlin, Vienna, or
lllna Headquarters of all the U.S. organizations
urn tioning in Europe such as the Joint Distribution
' immittee, the World Jewish Congress, the American
Jewish Committee, it is now the microcosm of what
as remained of Jewry on the Continent.
ts Decimation
Before World War II, the Jewish population in
jrance was numerically about the same as now. This
Ki-ould indicate that the community has suffered no
asualties; which merely shows how statistics can be
misleading. Actually half of French Jewry was ex-
terminated by Hitler's order. But since 1945, the gap
Cas tilled by refugees streaming in from central
. stern Europe.
ke Rothschild Synagogue
But the change of atmosphere that has taken place
~an be appreciated only by one who has seen French
Jewry at its prime before the war. In 1937, I was
bresent at a Sabbath service in the Rothschild
|yn igoeue on the Rue de la Victoire. This is an
Imposing Romanesque Basilica of round arches sug-
,, \,f a pre-Gothic cathedral. It is the official
He of Le Grand Rabbin du Consistoire Central,
the Mother Church to borrow a Catholic term.
Its S'ately Service
ritual was the most elevating, dignified Jewish
Jservice I had ever witnessed. Heads covered, the men
v iped with prayer shawls about their shoulders.
V. en sat in the gallery above. The Alsatian cantor
I the Holy Ark and intoned the unabridged
H ew prayers in measured, solemn chanting; a
ced contrast to the sing-song coloratura pyro-
, dear to the chazen from Eastern Europe,
Dry Rot In French Jewry
and perpetuated in America. A mixed choir and organ
were the sole innovations of modernity. With this
exception, the service would be classed High
Orthodox in the U.S.
Its Proud Members
The fashionably dressed congregants carried per-
haps unconsciously the bet air of a French upper
class. The high top silk hats of the elders accentuated
the effect. About six beadles wearing the pointed
admiral hats of the Napoleonic era strutted in the
aisles with the silver chains of office pending from
the collars of their antiquated uniforms. To strangers,
they exuded an offensive arrogance that seemed to
imply: Of course we can't keep you out of this place
of worship, but really you don't belong here. They
answered questions ungraciously.
After Nazi Occupation
How cold, dark, damp and dreary the Rothschild
Synagogue was during the heatless winter immediate-
ly following the war. Wooden scaffolding supported
the entrance which was unsuccessfully bombed by the
French collaborators during the Nazi occupation.
Scarcely a score of worshipers could be mustered for
a Sabbath service.
The damages were ultimately repaired and today
the building has assumed its normal appearance.
On Rosh Hashona it was again crowded beyond
capacity. But somehow the atmosphere is no longer
the same. The glamour has departed. The cantor
from Alsace, who was confined in a concentration
camp, no longer officiates. His handsome beard is
now snow white. He is succeeded by a smooth shaven
chazen out of Poland. The beadles still wear the
pointed hats and silver chains. One of them invited
me to sit in a high place of distinction. His French
had a strong foreign flavor. He was much more at
home in Galician Yiddish. _____
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
A Drying Up
One might suppose that French Jewry, which was
decimated during the Nazi invasion, would welcome
the infusion of new blood into its dying organism.
But the truth seems otherwise. Descendants of im-
migrants themselves, they actually resent the "in-
trusion" of all who came in from Eastern Europe
and the Levant during the past half century. In the
concentration camps they blamed the Ostjuden for
their plight. Today there seems to be no point of
contact between the old timers and the new comers.
Price for Snobbery
The keeping aloof of an old established group
from more recent arrivals is familiar social behavior.
It happens everywhere. But economic, educational,
and sociological forces gradually break down the
divisions and coalesce the community. This process
is working in the U.S. today between the older
Reform group and the Aliyah which began with the
persecutions in Russia. Unless an older group is
replenished it will atrophy and inevitably disappear.
The best case in point is the virtual extinction of the
Spanish-Portuguese from the Jewish scene.
Disintegration
French Jewry is stagnant. Intermarriage and con-
versions are taking a toll which this dying com-
munity can ill afford. The active direction of affairs
is passing out of its hands. Under American pressure,
a United Jewish Appeal was set up in the past year.
But between the active sniping of the Communists
and the apathy of the old French stock, it has never
functioned. Living behind their Chinese Wall, this
ancien regime is derelict in its duty towards DPs and
refugees; it is dead to the appeal of Medinas Israel;
it is apathetic to the urgent demands of Judaism
for survival.
President Truman To Launch Community
Chest Campaign With Radio Address
. ard L. Abess, president of
t;.,'. Dade County Community
i t, will respond to President
: adio address launching
nual campaign of the Corn-
Chests of America on Fri-
September 29, from 10 to
p m. A galaxy of famous
I tage, screen and radio
will be heard from Hollywood
preceding the message from the
President,
Li .el Barrymore will tie a
if vignettes starring Ronald
and Benita Colman, Dennis Day.
' Bob Hope, Bing Crosby, Lucille
Ball. Art Linkletter and Kirk
; as. The program will be
bi adcast from Hollywood with
xeeption of the President's
- ige which will be picked up
the White House in Wash-
.. D. C, and the local re-
, by Abess.
v independent stations as
as the major networks
jh mt the nation will carry
rogram as a salute to their
Community Chest cam-
is, which get under way in
I :. known as Red Feather
Month.
rly 1300 Community Chests,
of them in Canada, must
raise sufficient funds to provide
the necessary child care, family
i service, young people's recrea-
! tional organizations, and protec-
i tion of the old. the very young
': and the sick, for which they were
! established.
BII Council To
Meet Thursday
B'nai B'rith Council of Greater
Miami will hold Its monthly meet-
! ing on Tuesday, October 5, at 8:15
i p.m. at the council offices, 330
j Seybold Building. George J.
I Bertman, president, has an-
nounced.
All B'nai B'rith delegates and
lodge presidents are urged to at-
tend this meeting at which time
: final plans will be discussed for
j the kick-off of the 1950 B'nai
! B'rith membership drive in South
Florida.
A report will be given by
I Charles R. Jacobson. council di-
i rector, on the progress of forma-
I tion of new B'nai B'rith lodges in
; Hialeah-Miami Springs and North
Miami areas.
Ite<*eption Will
Honor Teachers
Local branches of the Work-
men's Circle will be hosts at a
reception in honor of Mr. and
I Mrs. L. Lasavin, newly appointed
i teachers at the group's Yiddish
schools, on Sunday, October 1,
I at the Educational Lyceum. 25
Washington Ave., Miami each.
The Lasavins. who recently ar-
rived to assume their posts, are
attempting to establish kinder-
| gartens, to be under Mrs. Lasa-
vin's direction; to organize a PTA;
' and to arrange a series of lectures
in Yiddish and English on Jewish
! history and literature.
Registration for the schools is
continuing daily at 25 Washington
Ave., Miami Beach, and 1545 S.W.
3rd St., Miami.
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of the wedding ceremony, Ben
Yomen, music director of the Mi-
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Center, has organized a sacred
choir to sing at such affairs.
The choir has a complete re-
pertoire of wedding music, Yomen
explains, and is available for all
ceremonies.
Details about the group may be
obtained by writing 1120 Alton
Road, Miami Beach, or calling
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The time for all Jeirs to pause
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The time ior all Jeurs to
rededieate themselves to the
true spirit of Judaism.
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBFJ
EDITORIAL
*# Hay.
For 1'ash
ben Dr. Joseph Schwartz Joint District]
: jpean director stated it
.z. hinds r:e rr
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I.. Schwars a 1st all hind*
:;: the European em ment :::
Zjiaxa exhausted 2nd the crr nrr. must
:;~r is ah s -.-:- : = = e "5 ::: Jews :.-.
Rui aland and Iraq te .:=? their chance
Funds =re urgently r.ee:e; ::: '.zzz? ;:-!e
transfer -: Jews ton Moslem countries Iraq
the -..-:.' ~ .;.. Ac pec! z.z = ;e: zs.ir S-z.-
kry Dctobex S : = Z Day to mobilize ;= much
:r=h ns possible te keep this work storing.
Describing the rircumstances which rrrrr.cec
7.-.e .'::'. zazzpaigz :: :.-.e United Jewish Ap-
r-?; r -.":.-r ?:::.:::.-: r::r:r = = However
the remittance re r~sr. 3rt z.ecC"^: rr. ci~ e~r_.er
rlr.g needs .-:;.-.-.: e rescue :: tens ::
we were raced with the task :: providing ::: the
These :e::.e :: = ;-t. hove taxed themselves
reached the ..-..: -: the : resource* in coping with
tie great wave :: immigration that cannot be
stopped without ecpcrdirng the lives and hopes
.ip tc as is trie Jsited States :; determine
whether -r=r Jews sre te be given the opportunity
te :.:.- the democratic v Life in Israel Of
the: they ~:e to :e uc-:rr.e~ :c continued
KEEPING IT WORKING
misery and waiting beyond the declines which
have bee.-, set :;.- their emigration
The need lor zzs'z. it: the United Jewish Appeal
:s desperate. We must have large sums :r. ccsh
by C Day. Sunday October 8. We must realize
hat il is either cash t'cr the UJA or despair for
the Jews for whom Israel represents the only
escape com sintering."
The Greater Miami Jewish Federation is co-
crdtnating its facilities to participate in this one-
day ea'crt to collect pieaces still outstanding from
the current campaigns.
In craer tor C" Day to be successful men-
power and cooperation are both necessary.
Volunteers are needed to cover these delinquent
SurroM-A Mvnnaqv Of pPQ
la :ts message to world Jewry, _.--
Sabbath oi Succos be set aside":-; ;' ^
xyen throughout the Jewish "' '3e<3,ce
..binate aptlv pointed 5' '^e
the Festival of Tabernacles "our cm J*1
wmn wool to offer sacrifices" fog H
welfare of Gentile nations." C f^
their modern counterparts, were '*e
people who strove to serve G ''v^
tranquility and security, but ::.=' ",.^'Zn *
rounded by belligerent people to whom* **
and weapon stood above law and order**"^
medium for settling dispute and quarreL S
Hundreds of centuries have passed tin/.
ancestors have offered those sacriS cei of ^
Time and tide have since then changed JS
of life. The cart has given way :c jet -'~re $
canoe to ocean lin*. Science hoavSirfS
eliminated time and space. Tele] -id rn^.y
have brought men from the mos- -3-."-.
of the earth into cheek-like prcaiinity. TrarJH
communications have opened wide avenuss n(
exchange of views ana thought end 'decs Th
press has widened our horizon. And new nieol!
of travel have cut the roads that once so sea*
cted man from man. Yet, in the very midstofftk
material accomplishment, man finds binueti
closer to his objective, to his se ~n in ^
days of yore. Only the weapons have chanoad
more deathly, more lethal and more capable of
consuming human life and hope.
And so the world, too busy to pause for prayer
and meditation, needs some cne to pray for it for
.its survival, for its regenercticn. And it was in-
deed, fitting that the voice oi hops end prayer'
and conscience again rise in Jerusalem, whence
came forth the law and the word of God.
pledges and workers are asked to contribute their
time Sunday, October 9; in making the rounds.
If your pledge to the Combined Jewish Appeal
or any portion of it is unpaid remember the job
that remains to be done and the fact that your
money, ahead pledged and promised, is neces-
sary to complete that job.
Lets make "C" Day ("C" for Cash' the success
it needs to be.
Savin;** <*rou|s
Boost Insurance

JIM Activities
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Lark Of Funds'
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Orlando.
12 years, the
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entlj elected to
its board of governors. He
the Association of
-. rida ?...:.-.- a member of the
Zionist District and
B'rith,
Social Workers
To Attend Parley
A large number of executives
of local Jewish welfare agencies
tend the Florida State Con-
ference of Social Workers to be
held :n Jacksonville October 15
to 18.
Klass, director of the
t Miami Jewish Federation.
f ..n institute
organization
and operati n at the meet.
Zionists Orqamie
Speakers' Bureau
A Spi to cDiisist
of autji i itii phasa
of lit 'ionisro and
. an Jewish
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program and tion commit-
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new
This is part I the puDlic
.-.ce being rendered by ihe
local branch : I Z nist Organ-
ization of America in order to
keep the public abreast of all
developments and to focus their
attention upon matters requir-
ing their enlightenment," van
Straaten said.
Further information may be ob-
tained bv calling Mrs Dons A.
Pardo. executive secretary. Miami
Beach Zionist District, 235 Lin-
coln Road.
Miami Juniors
Will Hold Tea
Unit of Junior Hadassah
at the
i Mickey Einhorn. mem-
:".. ^474 Swanson
ve, on Sundav.
October I, at 4 p.m.
Sachs ..nd Bea
Jacobson were delegates to the
regional conference of
r Hadassah m Birmingham.
Ala where Miss Sachs was
. regional president.
I Next regular meeting of this
organization will be held October
rmmS'm- ol the M,ami Jewish
community Center.
Th* Jewish Horldtan ,l0'8 *
KMhruth t the me
h.,mti advni>.-d in IU *!;
SUBSCRIPTION RAltS-
On. Yr
Two Year. >*Z~.
FRED K. SHOCHET
Editor and Pubht*" _
OFFICE and PLANT
120 N. E. Sixth Street
Telephones 2^14^-2^^
Volume 23 *urf
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 29, 1*
TISHRI 18. 5711


FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1950
+Jewisli FlcridUan
U-F Jewish Frats
Pledge 62 Students
Four Jewish social fraternities
it the University of Florida
pledged 62 students at the end of
. k of the formal rush period.
Although the formal rush period
ended Friday evening, informal
rushing and pledging will con-
tinue throughout the school year.
Alpha Epsijon Pi pledged Sey-
mour Siflinger. Irwin Wocher and
Paul Guldhager, Miami Beach.
Pledging Pi Lambda Phi were
Jack Kaplan, Bradenton; Marvin
Glickstein. Bernard Silverman,
Jacksonville; Matthew Enzer,
Jerry Herskowit. Kermit Imbrey,
Martin Kaplan, Edward Levine,
Larry Mizrach, Miami; Leonard
Berg, Shalle Fine, Jacob Gott-
fried. Sonny Oliver, Miami Beach;
Donald Metz, Paterson, N. J.;
Bernard Weingarten, Port Ches-
ter. N. Y.; Lawrence Jaffe, St.
Augustine; Charles Osman,
Tampa: Russell Kahn. Winthrop,
: Henry Caplan. Roy Cle-
ment, Atlantic City, N. J.
Tan Epsilon Phi pledges include
p-,ul Muldawer, Atlanta, Ga.;
Alvin Buris, Daytona Beach; Al
nan. Hilside, N. J.; Larry
Paul Witten. Jackson-
Philip Abrams, Herbert
.. Rudolph Browd, Sherwin
Howie Grunner, Ronald
hard Kanner. Kenneth
1 K ufman, Lewis
,l< e Milsten, Jack
; ii ward s lv< i stein, Ar-
Aiami; Art Green-
Tetenbaum, Orlan-
Gi enberg, Sai
B( \i Tail pledged Richard
ago, 111.: Her!) 1
: Karns, Alan Gor-
51 phen Kobley, Stanley
.. rd Rose. Stan Fried-
Ulan Rose, Marvin Rosen-
:. Richard Rubin. Herschel
s In Arnold Stahl, Jerry
Summers, Joel Weiner Miami;
Stu rl Davidson, Tampa.
Mrs. Glasser To
Speak To Juniors
; Mrs. Louis Glasser of the
American Jewish Congress will
speak at the Greater Miami Junior
I Hadassah conclave to be hold at
[the Sorrento Hotel on October (i.
7, 8.
The conclave is for the purpose
of introducing the projects and
purposes of Junior Hadassah.
Mrs. Glasser will speak on 'The
Young Jewish Girl in the Ameri-
can Jewish Community."
According to Janice Goldinor,
the Miami Beach chairman, and
Rosalyn Einhorn, Miami chair-
man, exclusive films on Israel,
featuring Meier Shfeyah, the
children's village in Israel sup-
ported by Junior Hadassah, will
be shown. Mrs. Sydney Raffel,
who recently returned from Is-
rael, will read her diary to ac-
company the films which were
taken by Mrs. Raffel.
PAGE FIVE
Variety Women
Plan Luncheon,
lard Party
The Women's Committee of the
Variety Children's Hospital will
sponsor a luncheon and card party
on Monday. October 2, at 12:30
p.m. at the Variety Club, atop the
Alcazar Hotel.
Mrs. Ralph Kirsch is general
chairman of the affair. Assisting
her will be Mrs. Dan Fitch, co-
chairman; Mrs. George Hoover,
cake chairman; Mrs. Diana
Lanzetta, prize chairman; Mrs.
Alfred Austen, ticket chairman.
Hostesses'Will be the Mesdames
Howard Curry, Ida Wildman,
Franklin Maury, Kirk Landon,
S:i;iiiund Eisenberg, William
rvations may be made by
ig the Variety Club at 9-9836.
eds will go toward the
ty Children's Hospital.
Succos Party Planned
Children of the Temple Isaiah
Sunday School, which meets at
the Coburn School, Normandy
Isle-, will hold a Succos celebra-
tion Sunday, October 1, at the
group's Succah on the roof garden
ol the Atlantis Hotel. The Succah
Was designed by Architect Tony
1 Sherman and decorated by Mrs.
Hi njamin Silver and Mrs. Terry
L:pman.
REV. SAMUEL RAVITZ
SHOCHET
Will be on the premises at
GUILFORD'S
POULTRY CO.
101 N. W. 8th St., Miami
PHONE 2-7808 & 9-1939
MONDAY
From 8 A.M. to 12 Noon
To Provide
KOSHER KILLED POULTRY
FOR THE HOLIDAYS
Hebrew Academy
Women Will Hold
Oneg Mi.'thhafim
An Oneg Shabbat for children
, will be held at the Hebrew Aca-
jdemy every Saturday at 4 p.m.
in the academy auditorium, Mrs.
Frances Makovsky, president of
the academy women, sponsors
ol the new feature.
| Children will be divided into a
lower level, consisting of seven to
ten year olds, and an upper level,
made up of youngsters from 10
to 13 years of age.
The program will include story
telling, singing, dancing, and re-
freshments, The dancing will be
conducted by Miss Sandra Freed-
man and Ziva Perach who will
teach Hebrew dances. The full
program is under the supervision
/ Rabbi Alexander S. Gross,
principal of the academy.
Parents are asked to accompany
their children.
Rathman Appointed
Darby Rathman, Miami Beach
publicist and former director of.
the city's youth center, has been
named director of the Miami
Beach Community Centei at Dade
Blvd. and Washington Ave. The
announcement was made by City
Recreation Director Byron Whc-el-
er, v.ii" revealed that the salary
! would be $27.3 monthly.
Rathman was assisted, by Mrs.
Charlotte Snyder. who will super-
6 girls' activities; Jack Eisen-
; stadt. who will work with the
| boys' group and adults; and Mrs.
i Helene Reinsbcrger. who will di-
rect recreation and assist with
j administrative details.
Registration Continues
Registration for the Flagler-
Granada Jewish Community Cen-
ter Sunday School is continuing
at the new building, 50 N.W. 51st
Place.
The New England Courant,
strated by James Franklin in 1721
was supported editorially by a
group known as the "Hell-Fire
Club."
Gables Group Will Hold
Succos Fete For Children
First Jewish Congregation of
Coral Gables will hold a Succos
party for the children of the
religious schools on Sunday,
October 1, at the group's tem-
porary headquarters, 1618 Ponce
de Leon Blvd.
A Succah for the occasion has
been constructed by the men of
the group, and the sisterhood will
provide the refreshments.
Mrs. Kaplan
To Attend Jleet
Rosemary Gerson Kaplan,
Moatzat Hapoalot chairman and
past president of the Greater Mi-
ami Council of Pionee: V." imen,
has been appointed to represent
'.he council and its five constituent
clubs at the organization's, silver
jubilee presidents' conference to
i>e held at the Waldorf-A I
New York from October 7 to 0.
Theme of the conclave, which
will be attended by an Israeli
delegation headed by Beba Idel-
son, Knesset member, will be
"Retrospect and Prospect."
Dvorah Rothbard, chairman of
the national activities board of
Pioneer Women, is in charge of
arrangements for the meet.
Chicagoans To Meet
First meeting of the season will
be held by the Chicago Club of
Greater Miami on Sunday. Octo-
ber 1, at 8 p.m., in the King
Arthur room of the Saxony Hotel.
Hyland Kout. president, will
welcome all members and pros-
pective members.
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER
11 lone Schaeffer
Becomes Mrs. Hoss
Miss Illeno Sally Schaeffer be- Exchange \ OWS
I Sarah Brameister,
Theodore Nelson
I Raymond Seftells
Reside Here
After a motor trip through
a motor
r,v. ,,,.... Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
came the bride of Marvin Allen Hand-made white organdy over Seftell are at home at 1701 S.W.
Hoss at the Shelborne Hotel on yellow satin fashioned the bridal 14th Terr. Their marriage took
September 17. Rabbi Jacob Kap- sown worn by Miss Sarah Ann piace on August 19 at the Sherry
Ian solemnized the marriage. Brameister for her marriage to Frontenac Hotel with Rabbi
The bride is the daughter of Theodore Nelson. The couple ex- i,ving Lehrman officiating.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack M. Schaeffer. changed vows and rings in a The bride is the former Ophelia
851 80th St.. Miami Beach. Mr. ,-andlelight ceremony on August chrinsky, daughter of Mr. and;
Hoss' parents are Mr. and Mis. 27 at Temple Beth Sholom before m,s jaCob Chrinsky. The bride-
K. Jack Hoss. Normandv Isle. Rabbit Leon Kronish and Irving groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs.
Miami Beach. Lehrman. Cantor Samuel Kelemer Murray Seftell. 1128 N.W. 6th St.
The bridal gown was fashioned chanted the traditional blessings. | Given in marriage by her
oi starched lace over sheer jersey. The bride, daughter of Mr. and father, the bride wore a gown of j
Her fitted cap of tucked nylon Mrs. Mack Brameister. Palmetto, chantilly lace. Her cap and veil
''< Avron Gcnsburg
Gensburgs To Make
Homo In Chicago
: Sherry F men Hotel was
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Nai H si-h l Avron S. Gi ns-
n Sep er 7
td< : u iter of
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muff. a rchids
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llusion was designed and created Fl.i was given in marriage by
by an aunt of the bridegroom, her father. She wore a white il-
Mrs Louis Geddes. She wore a lusion veil with orange blossoms
shower illusion veil and carried and seed pearls and carried an
loom bible covered with or-
chids and atephanotis Her only
jewelry was a strand of pearls, .
gift of the bridegrooi
M -s Libby Hochman serv
d of honor ::i an ice blu< silk
ng gl ives
Matron of hon
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attendants of
pink gladioli
D n I Nelson was
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Betrothal of Miss Belly Am
Patterson, sophomore at the Uni
varsity of Miami, to Willi>0
Hirsch Cohen, son of Mr and
Mrs. Joseph H. Cohen, 629 S.W.
lllh St.. has been announced by
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Patterson of Hendersonyille, j|,
C. Mr. Cohen is a graduati of
the University of Miami and 1
member of Pi Lambda Phi
fraternity.
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Mrs. Raymond Seftell
and she carried white orchids and
stephanotis atop a bible.
The couple was attended by Mr.
and Mrs. Jerry Seftell of Phtla-
j delph-.a. Pa.
Following the ceremony. 3 re-
ception and buffet dinner were
held :n the hotel dining room.
nd print ing press was
brought :o .'' Its col >ny
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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 29, 1950
Personally Speaking
Miss Shirley Alperstein. 7125 Carlyle Ave., Miami Beach
has just returned from a three week tour of the Caribbean
Islands, including Jamaica, Haiti, Dominican Republic Puerto
Rico and Virgin Islands. r '
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Mlj ^ *XL cQu! Br?Un and ,hek son' Paul Maxius, Jr
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Schlossberg and Mr. and Mrs. Julius Nass
arrived in Hendersonville, N. C, last week to spend the re-
mainder of the month vacationing at Duncraggan Inn.
* *
Dr. and Mrs. Albert E. Rosenthal of 444 West Di Lido Drive
and Mr. and Mrs. Mortimer E. Wien of 122 West Di Lido Drive
left Sunday for a three-week vacation in Mexico. The party will
fly to Mexico City by Pan American Airways via Havana,
Menda and Yucatan. From Mexico City their travels will take
them to Puebla, Tehuacan, Fortin, Cuernavaca, Acapulco Taxco
and San Jose Purua. The foursome will return to Miami on
October 14.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Stadiem of Kinston, N. Y.. announce
the birth of a daughter, Linda Yvette, on September 2 Mrs
Stadiem is the former Delia Pace, daughter of Mr and Mrs'
Alfred Z. Pace of Miami Beach, who recently returned from an
extended visit with their son-in-law and dauqhter
* *
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Weisbard 414 N W
84th St., on Thursday, September 21, at St. Francis Hospital
* *
After a month's stay in New York, where they attended
the opening session of the United Nations General Assembly
end a session of the UN Security Council, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Zukernick are back in Miami Beach
* *
Chester H. Gelbert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard I. Gelbert
cf Bangor, Maine, formerly of Miami, was recently given an
cward for his honors thesis ori pigment and paint. A June
graduate of Northeastern University in Boston, he is employed as
a chemical engmeer at DuPont, Wilminqton, Delaware
* *
Mrs. Sally Gardner and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kanter recently
returned from a month's vacation in the North. Included in their
itinerary were New York, Atlantic City. Philadelphia and
Richmond.
K *
Slated to spend a week in Miami Beach is Mrs. Rose
Lesser.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Catsman have returned to their home
a.1 2230 S.W. 21st Ave., after spending the summer at Hiqqins
Lake, Roscommon, Mich.
-fc *
I. L. Mintzer returned Thursday from New York after an
extended tour of Europe with his wife and daughter. Ethel. Mrs.
Mintzer and Ethel have remained in Gotham for a short vacation.
Sidney H. Palmer was nomi-
nated unanimously as president
by the general membership of
Congregation Beth El at its
annual nomination meeting last
Sunday evening. This will mark
the fourth term that Palmer has
served as head of the congrega-
tion, each time elected by un-
animous acclaim.
Prior to his becoming active in
Beth El. Palmer served Congrega-
tion Beth David as its president
for a period of four and a half
years. The owner and operator
cf the Miami Monument Com-
pany, he has been a resident of
Greater Miami since 1925 and has
"en actively connected with the
civic, fraternal and communal life
'he community. He is at
present executive secretary of the
Greater Miami Cemetery As-
sociation, a member of B'nai
Bnth, Scottish Rite, Mason and
'he Home for the Aged, in addi-
K, t0 his numerous other
affiliations.
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FIREPROOF CONSTRUCTED
WAREHOUSES
AVAILABLE
ALSO
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AND PRIVATE ROOMS
LOCAL HAULING & PACKING
-Jewlsti fk,rH
PAGE SEVEN
Workshop To Present
"Sheriff Mat Blake"
Radio Workshop lor Democracy,
i weekly live radio series de-
Carol Trinkoff Wed
To Samuel Sherman
An August 24 ceremony in i
tnT^eS^ ^'grTpT^ni BrkIyn U"ited in -**
present "Sheriff Mat Blake,"
MRS. RANDOLPH SHEVACH
adapted from the "Lest We Forget
The American Dream" series,
on Sunday, October 1, at 7:45 p.m.
over station WMIE.
"Sheriff Mat Blake" is a fast-
paced drama of Mexican-Ameri-
can threatened with lynching by
an anti-Mexican mob, and a
sheriff who refused to let pre-
judice triumph over justice.
Cast for this week's presenta-
tion includes Alan Baskin. James
Bishop, Bob LaFlower, Bob Bren-
ner, Bill Grefe and Gertrude
Marx.
Gertrude Marx is director and
Steve Kessler is in charge of the
musical portion of the program.
Carol Trinkoff and Samuel Sher-
man.
The bride is the daughter of!
Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Trinkoff.
1754 Biarritz Drive, Miami Beach
and Brooklyn. She was graudatcd j
from the Lear School and studied ,
art and music in New York.
Mr. Sherman attended Temple
University and is now associated
with a steel fabricating firm.
A.fter a wedding trip to Ber-
muda, the couple is living in
Philadelphia.
Active Sisterhood worker, says:
"Taking care of our home and
two children, in addition to social
and communal activities occupies
my time to such an extent that I
am always grateful when details
are taken off my shouldersthat
is why I always use FARR when
I traveltheir services gives me
leisure to enjoy my trips."
Eddy Lee Sax, son of Mr. and
Mrs. D. Sax, of Miami Beach and
Chicago, will become Bar Mitzvah
on Saturday, September 30, at
10 a.m. at Temple Beth Sholom.
Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate.
A buffet dinner and reception
will be given by Mr. and Mrs.
Sax at the Saxony Hotel Satur-
day at 7 p.m. in honor of the
event.
Rosen llav Set
For October 20-21
Plans are being formulated for
a mammoth Al "Flip" Rosen Day
to be held October 20-21 in honor
of the Cleveland third baseman
who hails from Miami.
Miami Beach committees in
charge of the festivities were ap-
pointed by Dr. S. G. Schneider,
president of the Miami Beach
Optimists, who originated the day
in Rosen's honor. Miami commit-
tees were selected by Everett
Clay.
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1950
Obituaries
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b"hlSp.rMl.ml MMk
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Listen to
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Every Friday at 10:15 A.M.
Every Sunday at 2:00 P.M.
MRS. FANNIE COWEN
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t,Y, SEPTEMBER 29, 1950
'Jewisti fkriditr
PAGE NINE
Israel's Youngest Citizens Are A Full-Time
The TROCADERO KOSHER RESTAURANT
Air-conditioned
On 23rd Street1 Block West of Roney Plaza
Miami Beach Telephone 58-2058
We wish to thank all our friends
for their patronage
Our Catering facilities are still open.
We are accepting parties for all occasions.
The new beautifully appointed Green Room
is aailable for your personal approval.
Mrs Horn's
Bakery
1171 S. W. 8th Street
Re-Opening
With the finest line of
Pastry. Bread & Rolls
Wedding & Birthday Cakes
to Order
Open All Day Sunday
Call 3-1653
In Our New Location
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Heating and Gas Installations
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In Jewish SectionWoodlawn Park Cemetery
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1955
Religious Directory...
North Shora Jewish Ctntei
(ConseryatWe). 7110 Bay Drire.
Miami Beach. Rabbi Philip Fried.
;.-. .1., 1 service! >' JjW
Pi ...,! ., .; < <..-! H
,w, Saturday
j -. 11 -
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center (Conservative). 1701
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor
Jacob Y. Goldrina.
1
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Eitr Chaim Cong. 'Orthodox'.
Tides Hotel. Miami Beach. Rabbi
H. Horowitz.
N. W. Religious Congregation.
3681 N. W. 2nd St.
Temple Betn Snolom (Liberal).
4144 Chase Ave- Miami Beach.
Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor
Samuel Kelemer.
1 Friday evenm* eervlcef at S:l5.
1 R abb .eon Kroi in offlclaU and
Mltsvah of Edward
i... a> Shemlnl Ataeree -m--
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... it. : ruei
Jewish Community Center
(Conservative). 2020 Polk St..
Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig;
F i .
. II
Sal
HoniR
. -.ornir.g t 9 00
Coral Gabies Jewish Center
'Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Sltop:
Cantor Joseph W. Malelc: Steve
Kessler. organist. Palermo Ave.
near Le Jeune.
.
reach on th.
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Congregation toung Israel (Or-
thodox), 4001 Chase Ave.. Miami
Beach.

.; -
Thu
. nth.
Temple Israel (Reform). 137
N.E. 19th St. Dr. Joseph R. Narot.
Rabbi. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan,
Rabbi Emeritus.
....

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.- i Minn Monda -
. .
....
;
Norlhsiae Jewish Center.
Douglas Gardens. N.E. 2nd Ave.
and 53rd St.
'. -
North Dade Jewish Center
'Conservative), 13630 W. Dixie
Highway, North Miami.
r. la evenl ....... at 8:15. '
- Inv :. "-I rli* II '
Temple Isaiah (Reform). 1536
Bay Road. Miami Beach. Rabbi
Moshay P. Mann. Dr. Paul Beck,
cantor.

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,n Hul) I
..... Ital will .-i ..;
Congregation Beth Jacob (Or-
thodox). 301-311 Washington Ave.. |
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff.
r| tin I mj hi II a n
. ha ..' >:4." r . i| ,"..(. -
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Shell 111 Atai I .........
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|ie|| i T It .". I." |i ill.
LEGAL NOTICE
T'Fereth israel Congregation of
Miami (Orthodox). 4316 N.W. 7th
Avenue.
m. with Mlncha at >
- in that area are invitea
Congregation Kneseth Israel
(Traditional). 1415 Euclid Ave..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H.
Ever. Abraham Seif. Cantor.
i Prldas .
- -
..... Maarii
Ual service* at 8 a.m
M .1 a.to
- p.m. T ienda> Shemlnl
.....Men ipI il *
will deliver
I Jo> i uenday at
p m. an 1 We Ir.eeday at 8 a m. BSmeBM
Israelite Center (ContervatiT.)
3198 S. W. 24th Terr. Rabbi A.
SJSIrtM -"vice, at li Saturday
morning *t I*>- eervlcee ,l "
, "West Miami Jewish Center. 5720
;S.W. 17th St. (Conservative)..
Rabbi Exra Lifshits.
I, .lay utehi service* at s p.m.
Flagler-Granada Jewish Cen-
ter. 175 S.W. 45th Ave.
rtcei Tueedaj
Congregation Beth David (Con-
servative). Coral Way and 26th
Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev.
Maurice Mamche*.
,. Mn ,
,. ... ... lay morning al
PavW "V;-V T*a
,, ,-, y.. :....n Levitt I '">
N ha and
. v;.. r Tueaday at 10 _a.ni.
. .,, will be i B
, ightV Slmchae Torah services
lay at 7:30 and Wednesday at
Congregation Beth TtUah (Or-
thodox). 935 Euclid Ava- Miami
Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rade-
on sky.
Friday evening aervlcea al 8:W.
lay morning al I 10 The rat.hi
wlllpr. rtlon of the week.
followed b) Shaloe
Setidox ai .1 Maai l aervli e M>da>
H Rabba al a.m. Monda)
, t u m Tuesday at > '<> M''""' "
'._.,,... |0;3ii a.m. Slmchas Tnrah >
n m Wednesda) B a m. Dally,service
n followed by .-lass in Ulahna.
Min, Ik, services al 6 00 followed on
Sirlavs Tuesdays and Thursdays by
I class in' I-aws and Customs, and nn
Mondavs and Wednesdays by class In
Jewish Legends of the Talmud.
First Jewish Congregation of
Coral Gables. d618 Ponce de Leon
Blvd.. Rabbi Ralph De Kovan.
Hhemlnl AUerea Monday at I p.m
Rabbi I'e Koven win officiate and
deliver th.- sermon. M.-nv.rial service
0 at I0:0 am. Kahlil s toi.l.-
. Men on Blmchaa Torah at
p.m.
Congregation Beth El (Ortho-
dox). 590 S.W. 17th At*. Rabbi
Murray Grauer. Cantor Jacob E.
Tambor.
Friday evening services at 6:00 p.m.
Saturdav morning services at 8:30. ;
Rabbi flrauer will preach on The
on -f the Week." Mlncha at I
I ,||owed by Shaloa Budos gervli es
., Hn-haiia nal.l..li
r :. sdaj m Bhemlnl ,
Vtxeres Rabbi Qrauer will preach a,
on "The Beauty ..!
Memory" al n a.m Blmchaa Torah
,. Tuesday .t 1 P-m- ',n(1 wao
nesda) al a.m.
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W.
12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April
Cantor Berele Kelemer.
Friday evening services at Jfti
Saturday morning at Hie rabbi will
, un "The Religious Philosophy
of Koheleth." Mlshna at 5:S0 followed
'by Mlncha, Shaloa Budos and Maarlv
services Sunday school at 10 a.m.
Hebrew school daily :0 t.. I:M p.m.
Dally services "-" a.m. and 6 p.m.
Monday Hosh.....i Rabbah i:80 a.m.
Monday evening Slu-niinl Atzeres 6
u m Tuesday flskor at 11 a.m. Rahbl
\j.ril will speak on "Th- Connecting
Link." Evening services at > p-m.
Wednesday Blmchaa Torah 9 a.m.
Klddush served In Buccah.
Hebrew Academy. 9i8 6th g^
Miami Beach. **
Friday evening aervlcei at i.n
Saturday morning service! \< '
Rabbi C.r.iss will speak 0| "The Beai
ol Bocleslastes sm i
Shal.-s Seudos will be ,.l,m
mediately after. Hosts for II IJ5"
Bhaloa Beudos will be Harn KatsiiJ
laadore Bpolter. Buecoa .., J$,
be held Tuesday and \V. esdav J
! a.m Tuesday mon ... ; ,'
will speak on "Shemlnl ,
Farewell.' Slmchas Torah ; v Tu.
day at 8:80 p.m. Dail)
7:3" a.m. and 6:1" p.m .- .,.,.'''
inir services at Rabl -
teach class in Misl rdsv
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1950
Council Women To Launch Seasonal
Activities At Tea; Mrs. Farr Re-Elected
*JewistiFk>ridHa,n
Section of National
,1 ,,f Jewish Women will
inal activities with
,-tca and Ont'K
at on Saturday, October 14.
0 p.m. at the Shore Club
n Fan has been re-
nt if the organ-
in.
Others named to office were
Libow, first vice
Mrs. Leonard Beklner.
5ident; Mrs. Julius
A. Oshlag, third vice president;
jjrs. Aaron Kanner, treasurer;
jjrs .1 -i ph Gleicher, financial
tary; Mrs. M. Meyerowitz,
nl financial secretary; Mrs.
\Vn n, recording secre-
tary; Mrs. Bob Schwartz, cor-
nding secretary; Miss Edna
[Kaufman, aditor; Mrs. Isidor
| Cohen, honorary president.
Members of the board and the
I committees of which they are
chairman include Mrs. Sydney
L. Weintraub, Mrs. Harry Schiff,
[forum: Mrs. I. E. Harris, scholar-
ship: Mrs. Harold Rand, social
[legislation: Mrs. Nathaniel Levin,
[social welfare; Mrs. Leopold L.
[Schwartz, program; Mrs. Stanley
[c. Myers, service for foreign
[born: Mrs. Reuben Rochkind, new
neighbor committee; Mrs. Ethel
[Goldstein, port and dock; Mrs.
[Bernard Fuller, ship-a-box; Mrs.
Alyce Mayne, thrift shop; Mrs.
Uerry Lelchuk, thrift shop treas-
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editor; Mrs. Ben Zion Olnsburg,
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New Americans To
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New Americans enrolled in the
English classes conducted by the
National Council of Jewish Wom-
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on Sunday. October 1, from 3 to
5 p.m. at the Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center, according to Mrs.
Stanley C. Myers, chairman of
council's service to foreign born.
"For many of these people,"
Mrs. Myers said, "this will be the
first Succos in America. Thi
have p'anned the program and
made arrangements for the social
hour."
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her teaching stall are Mrs. Nor-
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+Jewist ncridiar
PAGE THIRTEEN
^T.umt^iiiumwwLLui...,,,.
Off the Record
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
^M
FACTS AND FIGURES
rate in Israel is re-
low when it is con-
Cidert-d what transition the coun-
try is doing
The crime
oarkably
.~..A u/nni iraiisii'un
through. Over the
reive months the homicide
f Was one a week. The police
the year reported 200
fate
durind
and 10.000 thefts. Ninety^ giveness from God
,. Cent of the homicide defend-
nts were Arabs. The hold-up rate
uld be lower still
if the police
,1 count the Arab infiltrees
,,vivi were charged with theft of
Lit|(. There were over 4000 such
| aione. The twelve month
feeriod showed a suicide increase.
I e 144 suicides and about
1100 unsuccessful attempts. Half of
Ue suicides and would-be suicides
1 new immigrants. The police
1 showed an increase of
trime among minors. There were
I, of minors as compared
Iwith 250 the year before. How-
LVi thi e is a possibility the
higher figure does not reflect
mucn a higher delinquency
,.,,,. as ,, better police detection
system Latin-America has a
Itotal Jewish population of 639.500.
| with a total population
lion, has 400.000 Jews.
[ the Jewish population
110.000, or barely a fifth of one
per cent ol the entire population.
. ith a population of
12.500.000 has only 36.000 Jews.
|l ,ii.000 Jews and Mexico,
:,ulation of more than
I has 20.000 Jews. The
I i nentioned countries have a
in' 596,000 Jews. In
| aru 11,000 Jews, in
[ ,.,, 10.000. in Equador 4.500,
Veni zuela 4,500, in Bolivia,
[.. Peru about 3,000. The j
I Latin-American coun-
lunt among them about
16.000 Jews According to latest
there are about 3,907
in all of Ireland. Dublin
| holds 3,305. A decade ago
in's Jewish population was
1,350. In Belfast, north Ireland,
| eare J.J23 Jews, or a decrease
f(.f 161 in the last three years.
\CUPPIXG FROM ISRAEL
Some weeks ago we recorded in
l'Av.- column the story of the mys-
disappearance of a
is "shofer." The shofer,
..id. had been brought to
by a Jew who had
isly escaped death at the
Oswjecim death camp.
was used by the Jews
:n at a special service
I immediately upon the
ment of the gruesome
S i sacied did they con-
hofer that they began
legends about it even
Oswiecim. Legend had
the very shofer Messiah
will use in judgment day. When
horn was brought to
' it was placed in the
ion Mount Jerusalem. Re-
the administrators of the
ng reported the shofer hud
len. And there was spec-
plenty. The leading
jthi that it was the work
.itheists. Another theory
was extremely religious
I ..'.. who removed the instru-
nce the legend about the
shofei ,vas inconsistent with the
ianic concept. The Re-
Ministry was quite dis-
over the incident. Shortly
eH >sn Hashona the mystery
Ived. When the secretary
Ri ligious Ministry came to
ffice some two weeks ago
ind the shofer on his office
Al mgside was a note from
> said that he had stolen
unent because he wanted
to have the distinction of blowing
Messiah's shofer on Rosh Hashona.
But when he realized that the
Days of Awe were approaching he
was seized by pangs of conscience.
The "thief" promised in his letter
that he would seek special for-
on the Day
of Atonement.
KOREAN NOTES
You wouldn't believe it but the
fact is that Jewish DP's in Ger-
many are victims of the Korean
conflict. Since the Korean war
American screening officials in
Germany have turned down hun-
dreds of Jewish applicants for
American visas. The excuse is
suspicion of communism. Intelli-
gence service officials are report-
ed asking Jewish applicants why
they want to settle in America
instead of going to Israel .
Korea was recently the subject of
an interesting linguistic study by
Dr. H. L. Gordon. Dr. Gordon dis-
covered a remarkable similarly
between Hebrew and Korean. The
words for father, mother, brother
and sister are almost identical in
both languages. Dr. Gordon cites
about fifty such words. His study
is the first attempt at a compar-
ative study of the two languages.
He believes a more detailed study
will reveal definite Hebraic in-
fluences in the Korean tongue.
CALENDAR ODDITY
The Detroit Jewish News in its
Rosh Hashona issue makes the
interesting observation that the
Jewish New Year occurred the
earliest in 100 years on the
Gregorian calendar on September
5, 1899. The latest it occurred in
the century cycle was on October
5 and 6 of 1929, the same dates
on which it will fall in 1967. In
1951 Rosh
October 1.
is due to the fact that 5711 is a
leap year on the Jewish calendar.
Tense Situation In Israel Over Jordan
Claims To Disputed Area Eased
JERUSALEM, (JTA) -The
tense situation prevailing in Is-
rael over the Jordan claims to the
Naharayim area and the reported
Amman threats of military action
against the Jewish state appeared
to have eased following a meeting
of the Israel-Jordan mixed armis-
tice commission here. It was re*
ported that representatives of the
United States, Britain and France
paid a visit to the armistice com-
mission and the Israel Foreign
Ministry and pointed out that
they are opposed to any action
Hashona will fall on I which would endanger the present
The wide difference peace.
The Transjordan delegation to
the commission asked for and ob-
tained postponement of discussion
on the complaint made by Israel
that Transjordan had served an
ultimatum demanding Israel
withdrawal from the Yarmuk
area. The Israel delegation raised
the question, referring to the
Transjordan Foreign Minister's
statement that force would be em-
ployed to oust the Israelis from
the area unless they withdrew.
The Jordanian spokesman said
they were not authorized and
were not sufficiently informed to
Sewing Group To Meet
Beginning Monday, October 2.
the Sewing Group of Sisterhood
of Temple Beth Sholom, under
the chairmanship of Mrs. Camille
Baum, will meet each Monday
from 10:30 a.m. until noon. The
group will create hand-made art-
icles to be sold at the sisterhood
bazaar slated for December 5 and
6.
deal with the matter. Their re-
quest for postponement of the
discussion was granted with the
proviso that the question would
be discussed as soon as possible.
Pending this discussion, the Is-
raeli delegation lefused to discuss
the recent incidents in the Mus-
rara Quarter of Jerusalem on-the
grounds that it was pointless to
discuss minor matters as long as
Jordan fails to gives assurances
that it is not bent on waging war
against Israel
The mixed armistice commis-
sion has settled the dispute be-
tween Israel and Lebanon over
the violation of Israel territory
by a Lebanese plane last July 24.
Two passengers on the plane were
killed and several were wounded
when Israel fighters fired on the
Lebanese transport. The commis-
sion assessed each party a portion
of the blame, holding Lebanon
responsible for the violation of
Israel territory and the Jewish
state responsible for the resultant
strafing of the plane by Israel
fighters which pursued it over
the Lebanese border. The ques-
tion of compensation was left to
the nations involved.
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER
29. 1950
Jan Christian Smuts-The Boer General
Who Became A Champion Of Zion
bitter political strife, a coalition
government, and joined hands
with Gen. Hertzog, his rival for
so many years. His life had been
crowded with incident, with serv-
ice and with glory. If ever a
statesman could lay claim to an
honorable rest, it was Smuts. But
he could not do it. Through the
confusion of a broken world, and
the confusion of a South Africa
By EDGAR BERNSTEIN
JOHANNESBURGA remark- into the Bushveld that he loved.
able symbolism must seem, to the On Rosh Hashona eve. he had
tohavi nvestedthe spent the day quietly with his
Jan Christian Smuts on family, had a light supper and in ,, duri tlu. war he saw
night of Rosh Hashona retired to bed. He died, quickly '
igh the God of Israel and peacefully, as he got to his
en this particular nightibed.
in r, if S iuts' ardent From all over the world the
championship of the Jewish na- messages of condolence came
which wove from Truman in America, from
i ntinu thread through the I Churchill in England, from Attlee
a^dj considering the possibility of
'neutrality during the war. he
a line of conduct he felt to be
and glorious years of his and King George, from Weiz-
ied public life. Rabbis re- mann. ill himself and recuperat-
ferred to the symbolism as they ing in Switzerland: from these and
I South African Jewry's countless more, paying homage to
at his passing in their Rosh his great life of service and in
ma sermons the next day. particular to its most recent high-
For South African Jewry, the light, his great leadership of the
New Year was indeed clouded by Union during the second Woild
the sad news of this great man's War.
death. Throughout his life he had Smuts was 69 when war broke
been very close to this commun- out-oU enough to retire grace-
itv. speaking in its defense when .fully from he political stage had
the voice of anti-Semitism sought he wished to do so He had had
to defame it; expressing public in his time, all the honor and
appreciation of its contributions glory a statesman can get fiom
to the progress and welfare of life. He had been, at 28 an at-
South Africa; exhorting it as torney general of the Transvaal,
much as any Zionist leader to at 30 a commander in the Boer
continue its efforts in support of War; a founder, ten years later, of
the Jewish National Home. South the Union of South Africa; a
African Jews had received with minister of its cabinet and after
deep anxiety the news of the first the death of his friend and leader
major illness Gen. Smuts had ever Louis Botha, its premier. He.had
hadthe pneumonia he developed been called to Lloyd Oeorge_s Un-
as a result of his insistence on perial War Cabinet in 1911. had
fulfilling the strenuous program helped to settle the Israel Rebel-
of activities that took place at lion and. with Woodrow Wilson,
id of May in celebration of to establish the League of Na-
his 80th birthday; they received tions. He had helped to create the
with great relief the news of his British Commonwealth and had
gradual recovery. Then he had been one of the prime authors of
felt sufficiently well, after the the Balfoui Declaration.
and anxious fight against Back in South Africa, he had
disease, to drive out once again helped to build, after years of
CJIHF Southeastern lt Hold Conference In New Orleans
Stanley C. Myers, president of serving as conference chairman:
the Council of Jewish Federations and Mrs. Moise Cahn, first vice
and Welfare Funds, will be the president of the National Council
principal speaker at the lath an- ... .. u^-js-,, ,u
nual confer.nee of the council's of Jewish Women, is heading the
Southeastern region to be held local arrangements committee in
October 7 and 8 at the Roosevelt New Orleans.
Hotel, New Orleans. La., it was Myers, who represented the
announced today by Marx J.
Bored. Memphis, regional presi-
dent.
CJFWF at the recent Jerusalem
conference called by Prime Minis-
In addition, H. L. Lurie. CJFWF Jer David Ben Gurion to discuss
executive director, will deliver a
major address on "Directions in
Jewish Community Organization"
at the two-day meeting.
Delegates from 35 Southeastern
communities will participate in
the gathering and discuss plans
for meeting 1951 Jewish local,
national and overseas needs, in-
cluding implications of the new
bond drive for Israel. Borod
pointed out. Herbert S. Weil,
president <>t the New Orleans
Jewish Welfare Federation, is
Board Meeting Called
A special board meeting of the
Miami Beach Lodge. B'nai B'rith,
will be held in the offices ol lodge
president. Godfrey K. Newman,
on Friday, September 29. at 2
p.m.
Plans will be set for the 1
kick-off breakfast which will
launch the National Roll Call
Membership Campaign in the Mi-
ami Beach area on Sunday,
October 15.
Israel's economic and philan-
thropic problems, will report to
the region's representatives on the
'Responsibilities of Local Jewish
Communities on the Overseas and
Domestic Scene.-."
Other sessions at the conference
will be devoted to refugee re-
settlement problems, Jewish ed-
ucation and community relations,
the CJFWF regional president
added.
rightthat line which was to
bring South Africa into the very
thick of the war beside the Allies
and he felt it was his duty to
pursue it.
This was one of the chief ele-
ments in the character of Jan
Christian Smuts: this recognition
of duty, and the obligation to
carry ft out. In this sense he had
an almost puritanical conception
of life and the world; he believed
in honor, justice, loyalty, truth.
His mind might range the cen-
turies and keep abreast of the
discoveries of science and ex-
plorations of philosophy; but
fundamentally he was anchored
to the views and canons which
the world's greatest writers had
enshrined in the deathless words
of the Old Testament.
There you have the defining
characteristic of the man who was
Gen. Smuts: he was. in his es-
sence, an Old Testament sage.
"The older I get." he once told his
biographer, Mrs. Millin, "the more
of an Hebraist I become. They
knew God. those old Jews. They
understood the needs of the soul."
But there are reasons even
deeper than honor and duty which
hi-Id Smuts to the course he took
in life. Smuts was. fundamentally,
a philosopher, and his actions
sprang from his philosophy of
life. That philosophy he elabor-
ated in his book,%"Holism and
Evolution"one of the most bril-
liant reviews of scientific thought
and development our century has
seen.
The same philosophic outlook
was basic to his championship of
Zionism, which had no greater
Gentile spokesman than Field
Marshal Smuts. Zionism, too, he
saw as a form of emergent na-
tionhood; and it was one of the
happinesses of his life that he
saw it realized in the creation of
the state of Israel. He interceded
time and time again against the
restrictive policy with the British
government pursued at the Man-
datory power in Palestine. He ap-
peared on Zionist platforms in
South Africa and abroad to add
the encouragement of his prestige
to the movement And he was
the first Commonwealth premier
to accord official recognition to
the Jewish state, soon after its
establishment.
"Whether I am in South Africa
or London." he once said, "or
wherever I may be. I will serve
the cause, not because it is a
Jewish cause, but because it is a
great human cause." "We shall
stand for a national home for the
Jews," he said in another speech,
"and look upon that as an act of
national reparation which will
rank as one of the historic
achievements in the world." He
told Mrs. Millin that he con-
sidered the work he had done
at'on of %
for Zionism "a justify
life."
The settlement of Kfar Wi,
Smuts in Israel will remataT*"
living monument to the ? a
place which the **$
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Beach attorney, has been named
membership chairman of North
Shore Lodge. B'nai B'rith, it has
been announced by Lodge Presi-
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Mannheimer has announced
that the lodge will sponsor a
mammoth kick-off breakfast on
Sunday. October l.r>. to launch
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vJettisii fkrktian
PAGE FIFTEEN
Comanor Arrives To
Assume JSSB Post j
CX? service Bureau of Greater
S .'ivcd here recently to
Mm,' his duties. Comanor has
Sftop P8ts in the flel
S national and Internationa]
g'l welfare for more than a
I,v official of the United
lief and Rehabilitation
Administration in China during
World War II, he organized a
rovince-wide relief program to
iombat 'ind cholera and
,o map Plans for Postwar rural
La urban rehabilitation. He
Meed in the rescue of thousands
loned children and the
, nt oi tens of thousands
of Chineses DP's.
\, thi special request of
UNRRA '' -::.:nor was discharged
from the United States Army in
1943 to take the post in China.
While serving with the armed
s .; psychiatric case work-
er he pioneered in the develop-
nll.nt ol new rehabilitation
fochniqui for combat casualties.
C manor comes to Miami from
n of assistant executive
director of United Service for
fcew \ -. major national
[refuges : settlement agency. He
Las Iargel responsible for the
I the post-war re-
lettlemi nt program for Jewish
ling the United
- instrumental in
he inter-city program
hi Dehali of new Americans
rhich possible the huge
ttlement job per-
American Jewish
immunil
ntering the Army in
of World War II.
ase supervisor for
he p i Jewish Soci.il
i. His major inter-
in the field of family
mri c': e. While with the
i ncy, he developed
irriage counselling,
rial old-age assist-
,nce, family counselling and job
i ,ni.
During has varied career,
omano: has also served as a case
jroTkerii) penal institutions, serv-
ling ui.'ii the Pennsylvania Prison
Bociely.
A naive of New York City.
Comanor was educated at the
University of Pennsylvania, the
University of Pittsburgh and the
Pennsylvania School of Social
He has also done graduate
end specialized work at Columbia
1 and the University of
ml.
: ried and the father of
Rwo childn a.
All-Day B'nai B'rith Youth Institute
Slated For Boaeh V On October* 8
An all-day B'nai B'rith youth
emphasizing the func-
institute
tions of boys and girls in B'nai
B'rith service work will be held
on Sunday, October 8. it has been
announced by Miss Selma Lewis.
E'nai B'rith youth director for the
South Florida area.
Six AZA and five B'nai B'rith
Girls' units will join with four
young women's groups in the ses-
sions scheduled to start at 9:30
a.m. at the Miami Beach Y. An
evening social and dance at the
Miami Jewish Community Center
Shfilein Lodge To
Hold Membership
Breakfast Oct. 15
A membership breakfast
launching B'nai B'rith's national
roll call membership campaign
will be sponsored by Sholem
Lodge, B'nai B'rith, on Sunday,
October 15, at 10 a.m. at the
Miamian Restaurant.
Membership chairman, Bernard
Newmark, states that a record
turnout is expected.
Teams of two men each will
contact prospects on Sunday
morning, phone their reports to
the B'nai B'rith Council offices
where Newmark, as state federa-
tion membership chairman will
immediately relay results to dis-
trict headquarters in Roanoke,
Va.
A goal of 300 new members has
been set by the lodge, which is
the oldest in the South Florida
area.
The committee in charge of the
kick-off affair will include Oscar
Rappaport, Stanley Caidin and
Joe Rayvis.
All lodge members should call
the Sholem Lodge office. 82-5684.
to confirm their reservation for
the breakfast.
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will climax the day's activities.
The orientation program is un-
der the general direction of Miss '
Lewis, who will be assisted by j
Miss Romesa Rosenthal, arrange- |
ments; Evelyn Wilde, program |
and Carol Goldstein, social.
Speakers at the morning sessions
will include Milton A. Friedman,
national B'nai B'rith youth com-
missioner for District Five; Mrs.
Harry Kaufman. District Five
Hillel and scholarship chairman;
and Miss Shirley Lefkowitz,
president of the District Five
B'nai B'rith Girls groups.
The FDR Chapter, B'nai B'rith
Young Men, under the direction
of Walter Traurig, president, will
participate in the afternoon dis-
cussion program.
A novel feature of the day's
programs will be the showing of
the natural color film entitled,
"Doorway To Hope" which des-
cribes the work of the Leo Levi
Memorial Hospital in Hot Springs,
Arkansas, devoted to the treat-
ment and cure of arthritis. A
second film narrated by Quentin
Reynolds entitled, "This Is B'nai
B'rith" portrays B'nai B'rith
youth in action participating in
Orr Reviews Book
John B. Orr, Jr., Miami at-
torney, reviewed Owen Latti-
more's book, "Ordeal of Slander"
at a general membership meeting
of Freedom House. Wednesday
night at the Miami Beach Y.
community service programs.
The institute is specially plan-
ned as a "leadership college" for
officers and committee chairman
of all B'nai B'rith youth groups.
Skits and entertainment will be
provided by members of the va-
rious chapters and an attendance
of approximately 150 is expected.
The youth groups of West Palm
Beach and Hollywood are also
expected to attend.
Hadassah 4*roup
To Sponsor Tea
A membership tea will be held
by the Henrietta Szold Group of
i Hadassah on Thursday, October
,5, at 1:30 p.m. at the home of
'Mrs. Louis Shafkin. 5414 Pinetree
Drive, Miami Beafh.
Highlight of the program will
be a narration entitled "Once
i There Was a Coin" by Mrs. Ben
I Zion Ginsburg. Mrs. Isabelle
I Altholz,' president of the group,
will extend greetings to new
members. There will be commun-
' ity singing, followed by a social
hour.
Mrs. Jacob (Beulah) Davis,
membership chairman, is in
charge of arrangements.
[Gables .IWV Post
|To >liei Tuesday
of Coral Galilcs
J he J( wish War Veterans
hvill be :.' Id on Tuesday, October
m. at the Coral Gables
'' Ci nti r, A. Melvin Morris,
f has announced.
.Si D partment Commander
p Hoffheimes is expected
land to install Rabbi
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PAGE SIXTEEN
+Jenist) Her Mian
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29
Peron Replies To
Argentine Jewry
BUENOS AIRES, (JTA) The
DAIA. central representative body
of Argentine Jewry, this week
received a reply from President
Juan Peron to its appeal last week
that he take measures against
anti-Semitic publications in Ar-
gentina. The reply pointed out
that direct action could not be
taken ..gainst the newspapers be-
cause they enjoy the freedom of
the press.
The reply, signed by the Presi-
dent's secretary, says that the
sent:ments of the publications
cited by the DAIA do not repre-
sent the feeling of the Argentine
people and that the "President's
opinions regarding the question
has caused you concern are
well known and no campaign in-
tending to change them will suc-
ceed.'" The note concluded with
the hepe that the expression of
the President's sentiments would
The fears of the Jewish
community.
Earlier, President Peron was
(. ted by a spokesman of the
OIA (Organizacion Israelita Ar-
na), pro-Peron Jewish
is declaring that recent
-S itic street incidents
took pli \'i re als i
directed against thi vei nment
tended to destroy the
: ling ham ony."
S non Chichilnitzky, i
it oi the OIA. said after
ng '' i that the
: lenl
1 '..:.
.- in publii
not ted. Peron also
p j I admis-
of 25 .1

Coloi tion A tiol
well the
living in
< HA led.
JEWS IN SPORTS
By HASKELL COHEN
"V*V^"V
r*-*~Vv*^r*^r+'\**^*~\*~\
l<:gv|t To Demand
Rppalrialion III"
Arab II ';<<*
: :.: SUCCESS, JTA)
r. v\\{ insisl t the forth-
the United
v that
embly i y oul the re-
: m Ara

Gem I ve Lie i ade puhlic.
..: ; Faw Bey. Egypt's
U \\ delegate, recalled that
ii \- mbly in December, 1948,
and again in December. 1949.
instructions for the return
: Pi Ii stine refugees to their
- and the payment of com-
pensation due to those not desir-
return." Noting that the
r N Pi lestine Conciliation Com-
n had not c ut the
the resi lutii n, Fawzi
ared: "Egypt will ask the
' Assi mbly for effect to be
th instructions."
ptian item has ai c >rd-
; en plai ed >n tl
v ional agi nda. Also
.- on thi enda is a
that the Arab
nanent in-
vital ttend si sions of the
Gi r Assi mbly,
Lou Gross, of the Williamsburg
YMHA in Brooklyn, has won an
appointment to West Point. Gross
goes in on his own merit, not on
a Congressional appointment. He
vied with several hundred candi-
dates and came out on top in the
rigid examinations offered by the
United States Military Academy.
Lou has been a member of the
Williamsburg YMHA for the past
few years and probably will be
good enough to make the Cadet
hoop team.

Bobby Sand, coach of the Amer-
ican-Israeli team currently tour-
ing South America, writes this
corner that last week, "at the
request of Brazilian officials, we
scrimmaged for 30 minutes
amongst ourselves, (I was the
".th man), in an exhibition be-
fore the state-wide high school
' sports tournament being held in
I Sao Paulo. The next day we
plaved in Rio Clara and beat an
! All-Star quintet 62-36. Wednes-
day, we plaved in Campinas and
beat the All-Stars 66-49. Each of
these games saw our regulars
Roman. Cohen. Goldberg. Roth
ng only one-half of the game.
"We have an excellent team
ryone in Brazil says that it is
easily the best North American
im to play here. This includes
I the teams from Utah. Brigham
Young, and the Pacific Coast Col-
es All-Stars. By the way.
B iwling Grei n has lost two games
! thus far to 1 al clubs. We beat
that knocked off
B ..:.- Green the first night we
. and we played one
I iff the plane."
Requi sts have been coming in
the New York offices for ap-
es of the United States
1 Team but it is
I impossible to fill any of these re-
iqu< Ai gentina wants
I to i thi boys for a series of
I Puerto Rico is plead-
for at least two games against
' the University of Puerto Rico.

Brooklyn baseball fans were
Rosh Hashona when
Jake Pith i. coach, and Cal
Abrams, outfielder, did not appear
on the field. Both men were ap-
parently taking off on account of,
j the High Holidays, marking a new-
high in religious observance by
major league baseball players. In
former years. Pitler staved on the
I coaching line, but this isn't a
! pennant year for the Dodgers so
they could afford to let him attend
| to his religious duties. Besides,
I Branch Rickey isn't one to hurt
; his Jewish patronage if it means
| nothing to the welfare of his club.
Consequently, the two Jewish
performers were allowed to take
off.
Incidentally, Abrams, after fif-
teen consecutive times at bat
without a hit, finally broke
through for his first base hit as
a Dodger this summer.
Leo Gottlieb, recently released
I by the New York Knickerbockers
: as their scout, is trying to catch
i on as a referee with the Ameri-
1 can Basketball League Nor-
i man Drucker, former City College
! hoop star and all-around athlete
who recently recovered from a
serious hernia operation, has re-
ceived an appointment in the New
i York City educational system and
, is teaching Physical Education in
' one of Brooklyn's toughest neigh-
borhoods Sid Youngerman,
co-captain of the Abraham Lin-
coln basketball team in Brooklyn.
' one of the most sought-after ath-
letes in the East, has accepted
a scholarship to the University
of Alabama. His co-captain at
Lincoln. Red Leibowitz. will
matriculate at Davis & Elkins .
Sid Dambrot. younger brother of
ail-American Irwin who gradu-
ated last June from City College,
returns to Duquesne University
j after having attended that institu-
tion for a month last fall. The
experts claim that Sid is poten-
tially a greater ball player than
his famous brother and already
SSes one of the finest set
shots along the Eastern seaboard
. University of Illinois alumni
are rooting for Irv Bemoras,
sophomore hoop flash with the
Illini, who graduated from Chi-
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of hundreds of thousandsseeking
salvation in the Jewish State. Two
large and ancient Jewish com-
munities, long border-locked and
restricted within conditions mak-
ing normal life impossible, have
now been given a opportunity for
release and a chance for re-
habilitation. Lifted restrictions on
emigration from Roumania and
Iraq make possible the migration
of tens of thousands monthly.
"We are prepared to take them
within a short period without
limitations, but without your
wholehearted assistance this is
impossible. The continued lack of
cash threatens the perpetuation
of a large idle group within Israel.
I urge you to redouble your ef-
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peal, to conclude all campaigns
successfully as quickly as possi-
ble, and to convert all pledges
into cash for immediate rescue
and rehabilitation work."
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cago high school ranks touted
as one of the best in the nation
the vear before last.
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TEL AVIV, (JTA)-TJS
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Kfar Truman, in honor $A
United States Presided Ve'i^
belonging to the Jewish Nati \
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80 immigrant families fromfe
em Europe. Wsl-
Participating in the dedicate
ceremonies, in addition to olil ,n
of the government, were *S
members of the American E
delegation who were in Isr,Bi
consult with Israel govern!, ^
and Jewish Agency \7ZT"
floating a $1,500,000,000 loan ^
the Jewish state. These fti"
Benjamin G. Browdv, pre ?d'n,
.da and Dr Harris J. Levine.prL
ident of the JNF nf 4
Speakers at the dedication^"
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j-rIDAY. SEPTEMBER 29, 1950
+.lvistifk>ridtiain
PAGE SEVENTEEN
y\\. Sinai Accepting Applications
far Volunteer Nurses Aide Corps
vember. Nurses aides are the only
volunteer corps in the hospital
who may add caps to the official
pink uniform of the women's
nuxiliary.
Applications are being accepted
for the volunteer nurses aide
corps of the Women's Auxiliary
of Mount Sinai Hospital, accord-
ing to Mrs. Monte Selig, presi-
dent A new training class will
bein on Monday, October 2, to
be "completed late in November.
Miss Elsie Schwabe is chairman
of the auxiliary's nurses aide de-
partment. Volunteers may obtain
information from her or by calling
the auxiliary office at the hospi-
tal. Personal interviews will be
given all applicants.
Every volunteer nurses aide
who completes the course will be
expected to devote at least eight
hours of service weekly to the
hospital. Mrs. Selig said. Age re-
quirement is that all nurses aides
be over 16.
Capping ceremonies for the new
class will be held at the auxil-
iary's general meeting in No-
Succos Celebration Set
Ben Gurion Branch of the Jew-
ish National Workeis Alliance
and the Golda Meyerson Club of
Pioneer Women will jointly spon-
SllCCOS celebration on Satur-
day September 30, at 8:30 p.m.
Beth El.
Principal speaker at the affair
will be Rabbi Murray Grauer.
Joseph E. Tambor will
offei vocal selections, and B.
Mo ris >n and Mrs. Sonia Gerbert j pledged their cooperation in Pres-
will read selections from famous ident Truman's conservation pro-
Jewish authors. A. Dorff will lead gram and will distribute placards
the group in community singing.; urging consumers to "Buy Only
may be obtained by what You NeedSupport The
1-3727.
Mrs. Boeninger
Is Honored llv
I.all<-s Women
Mrs. Sidney Boeninger was
honored at a meeting of the Coral
Gables B'nai B'rith Women's
Chapter for her three years of
service as chairman of the Vet-
erans' Administration Hospital
service programs sponsored by
the chapter.
A marcasite menorah pin was
presented to Mrs. Boeninger by
chapter president, Mrs. A. Frank
Wellins, who commended the
veteran service worker for her
leadership at the TB ward in the
hospital.
Mrs. Boeninger, recently ap-
pointed chairman of the Ameri-
canism and civic affairs commit-
tee, announced that the chapter
has secured more than 200 signa-
tures for the Crusade For Free-
dom Scroll, which is designed to
help disseminate the democratic
message through the means of
Radio Free Europe.
The B'nai B'rith group has also
United Nations."
Miolfin Lodge To
Fete Youth Units
frith Youth Organiza-
,vill bi th? guests of Sholem
1 nai B'rith, at its annual
nic on Sunday, October
1, Gn ynolda Park.
tig to Ted Sakowitz.
of the event and Lodge
BBYO chairman, a truck will be
lable at the Miami Jewish
Community Center at 9:30 a.m.
f : those persons requiring trans-
portation to the picnic grounds.
A program of athletic competi-
tion, games and prizes has been
arranged by the lodge committee.
Sot! drinks will be provided free
ge and picnickers are asked
to bring their own lunches.
T eommittee assisting Sako-
witz include Al Finkelstein, Mar-
vin Rauzin and Jack Miller.
"Grave and serious burdens fall
Upon the government and the
people of Israel as a result of the !
edented task of absorbing
ants. Apart from the in- :
Je conditions already exist- I
ing in the camps, we are now '
with 'date-line' immigration I
that is, the necessity of absorb- ]
ing immigration waves which are
available now, but which might
be deprived of that opportunity
e were any delay. Under
u instances can Israel rise
to the challenge of these oppor-
tunities and these dangers unless
assistance from the Jews of
ica through the United Jew-
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accelerated."
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I- ael Ambassador to the
United States
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Sholem Lodge To
Mark UN Week
A program in observance of
United Nations' Week will be
sponsored by Sholem Lodge, B'nai
B'rith, on Tuesday, October 10, at
8:15 p.m. at the Beth El Con-
gregation.
Principal speakers will be Dr.
H. Franklin Williams, vice presi-
dent and dean of the faculty of
the University of Miami, and Bert
Friedman, formerly associated
with the United Nations Secre-
tariat. Subject of the discussion
will be, "The United Nations, Its
Structure and Interpretation."
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some of the human interest
aspects of the United Nations as-
sembly and tell of his experiences
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Repeal Of Subversive
Control Legislation
WASHINGTON, (JTA) Sen.
Herbert H. Lehman visited Presi-
dent Truman at the White House
and told correspondents later that
he will fight for repeal or modi-
cation of the subversive control
bill enacted into law during the
weekend, despite the President's
veto and administration objec-
tions. Major Jewish organizations
have opposed the bill on the
grounds that it would violate
traditional American guarantees
of individual freedom by the use
of "totalitarian methods."
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PAGE EIGHTEEN
vJenisti ftcridHar
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29. i95o
Israel's Fate At U.N. Assembly
By DAVID NUSSBAUM
LAKE SUCCESSThe prioi ity,
fate, of issues of
1 which
the United
N. tions General Assi mbly
convened here may depend
la cold
battle due to shape
As.. n questions,
Ordinarily, the fact that thi A -

i a number of key items re-
v urgent by
n a
shun I Mi ; East
is. This -.'. 5 don in
n the major
I :'
:i f Jerus back
polil
ach
sion m thi final day of
ve discussi n.
ternal
Oi cen-
. ;. eeting
s thi pi blem I Cl m repre-
n. The Communist
f Chii
.-. |i, | ts quest to the
ist a
Chief

ng-
States 1
ti
ion. A' 11
s
and
: em-

it
tins
States nd it
templat-
A--
'
n '
th a
The
:. to
ler the Chii n and
K rean quest ion t thi second
meetinj m xl tpon-
until well af ti
ional
. N vember, It
i \ eri-
. n | tioi n F E
by tlie
. pi exerted
ty, and the No-
tioi then ield
enci ; the position
the United States will take in the
nbly.
There will be a sizeable opposi-
tion to this idea, however, from
who have recognized the
Chinese Communists and are
if limiting
ties in Asia to see them
' ,i here.
If. then, the most urgent con-
temporary issues, China and Ko-
lelayed until next
:. unt of I
\ I
would be I, and such is-
sues as P ill stine and Jei usalem
would ignificance
i" s
I come up,
I, it is unlikely that
the Middle East questions will be
debated until late in thi
In any cas as a matter of 1
the three I vital agenda items
i [si a< I -an inti national regime
for Jerusalem, repatriation of
Arab and the effort
the Arab L ie to gniz< d
as a regional organization under
Charterwill have a hard
fight for any kind of priority over
numerous other iti mport-
ations.
Such items i Si ret y-G
"Twenty-Y< i
Plan' tinuing
-
.-: 1 by Latin
thi Gem As-
|
: the Securit
tional
pact" 1
i ill A : lit th the

p,
:
ity,
A fact kedly di -
. [srael-
.11 but
ntu
: hal Last
n iderabli
Vatican-in-
I plan to inti nationalize
Jerusalem. Bui of this in-
. deal of thi -
ment use in itsuspense
India Grants Israel
De Jure Recognition
JERUSALEM, (JTA)Political
circles expressed satisfaction with
the announcement made in New-
Delhi that the Indian Government
irded de jure recognition
: i Israel,
The New Delhi announcement
said b if "economy and the
lack of trained personnel" no
n sentative will be I
sent to Israel at this time. The
announcement also pointed out
the New Delhi government
recognized Israel after two yi
very careful consideration"
and that "Israel is here to
.-. i :her such a scheme could
: e put into effect. Since
then, it lia- been amply demons-
i that the whole idea was
;:-. and much of the stc;fm
has therefore gone out of this
An exactly similar situation
holds with respect to the Arab
that the refugees dis-
placed by the Arab war against
Israel be returned to Israel or
ve compensation if they are
where. The Israeli
argument .,u,.:nst this which has
by tins time been repeated ad
infinitum, still holds and to meet
it the Assembly can rouse little
enthusiastic counter argument.
This, in "tiie:- words, is a rather
. also held over from
: i ii ms.
Since the Israelis have proved
nationalization plan
nd since tl
ee problem as a sti tl;
\ !. it is unlikely that
iving special
: s In fact.
as far as the Israelis an
item reallj
genda at all, though,
quite content
to debate them.
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Complaints On
I \ Agenda
LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA) The
United Nations Security Council
adopted an agenda which in-
cludes an Egyptian complaint
against Israel and a four-fold
Israel complaint against Egypt
and Jordan.
The Egyptian item was entitled:
The Expulsion by Israel of
Thousands of Palestinian Arabs
Into Egyptian Territory and the
Violation by Israel of the Egyp-
tian-Israel General Armistice
ment." The president of the
Council, Sir Gladwyn Jebb, an-
nounce! that "under this (Egp-
tian) item" was a document from
the representative of Israel listing
four complaints.______^^
Nazi Books Available
In Austrian Libraries
VIENNA, (JTA) _. Hit,
"Mein Kampf" and books bv other
Nazi leaders are again available
"\!rhC PUk'!C U!rari of Austria
Meanwhile, the Allied ContrS
Commission has been unable tn
reach a decision on a leuupet k
Austrian Chancellor LeopddiB
that it rescind its ordei of Wn
1948, forbidding the pubbcaS
of militaristic and anti-AllieS
literature. The Western Po".
support Chancellor Figl ,..k
argues that the regulat ,-, is Z.
longer necessary, but the Soviet
delegate opposed the request
Pointing to the appearance of a
number of recently published
Nazi works, he demanded that
they be destroyed.
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PJUDAY, SEPTEMBER 29. 1950
*Jewisf) Fhridliari
PAGE NINETEEN
Hebrew High School
To Open October 9
The Hebrew High School, which
I, conducted by the Bureau of
jewish Education, will hold regis-
tration for new students on Mon-
day October 9, at 3:45 p.m.
, will be held at the
,'s office, 318 Congress
Build
Established four years ago, the
provides graduates of the
Talmudai Torah with the oppor-
tunity tn continued their Jewish
education on a higher level. All
ites nf recognized Talmudai
Toi ah, or those with an equivalent
educational background, are eligi-
ble to enroll. New students are
required to pass an entrance ex-
amination before being accepted.
, class will meet three
times a week, bringing the time
,,i instruction to five hours per
The curriculum includes:
Humash and Rashi, Prophets,
Mishna, Hebrew literature and
grammar. New subjects which
wjll be added to the curriculum
this year include advanced
courses in customs and cere-
monies, the Prayer Book, Jewish
historj and Jewish music ap-
preciation.
Enrollment in the Hebrew High
now stands at thirty students and
four seniors are candidates for
graduation. They are: Jay Linn
and Richard Jablon graduates of
the Miami Beach Jewish Center;
Ruth Saal, graduate of Beth
David and Edward Zalis, graduate
of Beth El.
To accommodate many students,
a first year class will be con-
ducted on Miami Beach.
Hy Pomerantz, extension activi-
ties director of the Bureau of
Jewish Education, is in charge of
the school. Further information
may be obtained by calling the
u it 3-5858 or 9-0489.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
... "0T,CE TO CREDITORS
iv" V,'" NTV JLDOE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUVTV
M2U Al m PROBATE. No:
In Re: ESTATE I IK
C Deolafed ,SAAC PRraBERa.
To Al! c,,,li,,,,sand All Persons ll.iv-
EjftBte: '"' "'"''""ls Againsl Said
V'",. and each of you, are hereby
","V ""' i' '......resent am
"us and demand, which you. or
either of you, may have against lh
M.,,,. f CHARLES' IBAAT KRIKO!
Kl.i., deceased, late ..r Dade Count*
'.'"'"'- V ','" """ '' BLANTON
County Judge of Dade County, nmi
me the same In his office In the
""" JJ '.....thouse .....ade Counts
e.iKh. within eight calendar .....nths
..I, in.. .date f ,he flrsl publication
i'-i-.r. Said claims or demands ...
""";"" the legal address of the
''imani and to be sworn to and
resented as aforesaid, or same will
r'i..i'"Vi'."' \.1'"' """"" '-u "r ''':
Date September 20, A.D 1950
MAURICE FR1HDBBRO
As Executor of the Last Will and
, .""',''.I",""' "r CHARLES ISAAC
KRIEDBERG, Deceased.
w ai. ri:p c. KOVNER
Attorney for executor
MAURICE FRIEDBERG
9 22-29 10/4-13
>li/i .ulii Women
Hold Succor Fete
Miami Beach Chapter of Miz-
rachi W imen will hold a Succos
party on Sunday, October 1, at
2 p.m. at Beth Jacob Synagogue,
Mrs. Nat Hochman, president, has
anni uuced.
Mr* Anna Brenner Meyers, Mi-
ami Beach attorney, will report on
i". : ent trip to Israel, and
Cantor Louis Fedcr will offer
vocal selections.
Mrs. Louis Lustig is chairman
of the event and Mrs. Joseph
Brenne: is co-chairman.
... NOTICE TO CREDITORS
l.\ THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
I.N AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No!
- 11 IS.
InRe: ESTATE OF MARY WILLOX
PATKRSoN, also known as MRS
CHARLES JOHN PATERSON, De-
ceased,
To am Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You, anil each of you, are hereby
notified and required i<> ureseni any
claims and demands which you. or
either of you, may have against the
estate of Marj Wlllox Paterson, also
known as Mrs. Charles John Paterson,
deceased, late "f Dade County, Florida,
to the Hon. w. p. Blanton, County
.Indue el Hade County, and file the
same in his office in the County Court-
house in Dade County, Florida, within
eight calendar months from the date
of the flrsl publication hereof, Bald
claims in demands to contain the legal
address of the claimant and tn be
sworn to and present! d as aforesaid,
or same will Debarred. See Section
120 of the 1933 Probate Act.
Date September 14, A.D. 1950
MARGARET B. McDONALD,
As Executrix of the l-rst Will and
Testament of MARY Wll,l.oX
PATERSON, also known as MRS.
CHARLES JOHN PATERSON,
I leceased.
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Bj LOUIS HEIMAN
Attorneys for Executrix
9/22-29 10/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
[business under the fictitious name of
iirook.- Novelty Co. al 7138 Abbott
Avel...... Intends to register said name
with the Clerk or the Circuit Court of
l>uele County, Kloridu.
LEO I. I ".HOOKS
Sole Owner
! l.",-22-2:i 10/6
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
'' IS IIKKKIIV (IIVKN that
li signed, desiring to engagi in
under the fictitious name of
) slclans Suppl} al 2393 S.W,
i. Miami. Intend to register
with the clerk of the
rl ..f Had.- Count] Florida,
1 "n-partners
' Hi 6-13-20
II
M
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
N"l'l'i: IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
ii tli-rslgned, desiring to engage In
under the fictitious name of
Sale* at 1515 Alien Road,
I i, Intend to register said
the Clerk of the Circuit
: l I 'ade County, Florida.
HYMAN SKI.ANSKY &
SAMUEL ROCKLIN,
in,,.,,. Partners
IIAItlM D1ETZ
Applicants
. 13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
v..... NAME LAW
-.' K IS HEREBY GIVEN that
toned, desiring to engage In
under th, fictitious name of
>uellatlon sin... Salon al 316 list
Miami Beach, Fla., Intends
said name with the Clerk
, III Court of Dade County.
BERNARD SCHNEIDER
Cnrnuur.?Ie P*'ner
.....' "fcHON \ col'MSlION
:};' Uncoln Road
lea. h, Fla.
for Applicant
l" 6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
v,,.,..,.,. NAME LAW
the ill R, ls HRRBBY GIVEN that
,'"''sir;....., desiring to engage in
under the fictitious name of
"> uslve Tailors al 1625
'" Avenue, Miami Beach, In-
. to legist sal,I name with the
'm,t, i '.''"'',lit Court of Dude
""l>. llonda
-a- Hi ,;-':P KK<**
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND Hill DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
24697,
In Re: ESTATE OF
ANTHONY SH'i i.
I leceased.
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You, ami each of yon, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either Of yOU, may have against the
estate of ANTHONY KICO, deceased,
lati of Miami. Dade County. Floi Ida,
io the Hon. w. F BLANTON, County
Judge of Dole County, and file the
sain., in his office in the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within eight calendar months from the
date of the first publication hereof.
Said claims or demands to contain
8 ii address of the claimant ana
to be BWOrn tO and presented as afore-
said, .a- same will be hair,,l. Bee
Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act.
Date September 15, A.D. 1950.
MRS. EVA M TAYLOR,
a- Administratrix ol the Estate of
ANTHONY SICO, Deceased.
SIDNEY ROBBINS
Attorney for Administratrix
9 22-29 10/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
Iness under tlie fictitious name of
SIN & SURF SHOP at Tim Collins
Avenui. I 'ade < 'ount.v, state of Floi Ida,
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade
County. Floi iila
JUAL SHERIDAN
BEN STAREN
JACK A. ABBOTT
Attorney for Applicants
: 22-29 l" 6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious nan.....f
A|,.x Printing Service al 18 N E. Mth
Street, Miami, Florida, intend to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Com, of Dade CountV, Florida.
HERBERT ESSEN and
ROSE ESSEN,
t iwneis
MARX FABER
Attorney for Applicants
Congress r.uiMing
t 29 l" 6-13-20
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'., 'J-:;.\:|I,A' lx AND FOR DADE
{jgJ,NTT- IN CHANCERY, No.
JOHN c HJCKEY, Plaintiff, vs.
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...... .. .Sl'1'1' I'oi: DIVORCE
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or leading in the office of the Cl. rk
or the t ireuit com i on or before the
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manded In the inn of Complaint.
Tins notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in lie- Jewish Florldlan
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, tins is da} of September, A.D.
E. It. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit curt. Dade County, Florida.
(i Ircult Court Seal)
By WM. w. STOCKING,
I >eputj i i.-rk.
ARNOLD WATTS.
s>i:'s N.W. 22nd Avenue
Miami. Florida,
Attornej for Plaintiff
9/22-29 10/6-13
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
in- undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Lincoln Road Florlsl al 1229 Lincoln
Road, Miami Beach, intends i register
said name with the clerk .,r ti. Circuit
' ourt of Dad.- i "ounts. Floi Ida
IRVINd WOLI'IN
Sole Owner
HARRY dipt/.
Attoi ney ror Applii anl
1' 8-1.1-22-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
' NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
tin. undersigned, desiring i,, engagi In
business under the fictitious name of
BIHCAYNE BEACH AITS al 6.....1311
640, 650 and 660 -lih Street, Miami
Ileach, Florida, intends to register
-aid name with the Cl rk of the Clrcuil
i mil t of Dad.- Count} Florida
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MYERS, HEIMAN St KAPLAN
am.,i neys for Applicant
9/15-22-29 10/6
I* N. K. 2nd ST. MIAMI 32. FLA.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business .....let- the fictitious name of
POINCIANA MA It at 725 N. B. 1st
Avenue, Miami, Florida, intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
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Florida.
W'U.LIAM F. WYNN
OMIN F. PARKER
STANLEY D. CAIDIN
Attorney for William F. Wynn and
Orln P. Parker
9/22-29 10/6-13
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ll'l'll JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOB DADE COUNTY. IN CHAN-
CERY, No. 135371
PEARL FRANCES SKINNER, Plain-
tiff, vs. DEFOE L. SKINNER, De-
fendant
TO: DEFOE L. SKINNER
c O THE T< IMPS IA II.
NEW YORK, N. Y.
Yop are hereby required to serve
a copy of your answer to the Mill of
Complain) for Divorce on the Plain-
tiffs Attorney and to file the original
answer in the office of the Clerk Of
the Circuit Court on or before the 16th
day of October, A.D. 1930; otherwise,
th,- Pill of Complain! for Divorce
heretofore filed herein will be taken
as confessed by you,
DATED al Miami. Florida, this 14
day of September, A.D. 1950.
i: B, LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk,
Name and Address of
Plaintiff's Attorney:
NORMAN It LYONS
914 Olympla Building
Miami. Florida.
,, 22-29 I" 6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring io engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BISCAYNE BEACH APTS. at 625, 635,
646, 655 and 66.1 s:;,,| Street. Miami
Beach, Florida, intends to register said
name with ti. clerk of the circuit
< OUIl of Dade Connie, Florida
CAROLE JEAN APARTMENTS, INC
By Men oilier, President
MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
9/15-22-29 10 ;
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN t'OI 'NTY JUDGE'S I "< MPT. DADE
Cl IUNTY, FLORIDA.No -
RE: ESTATE OF
ANNA c KEHOE,
I >,, ,
NOTICE is hen b} ^i\ en thai l havi
filed m\ fiual report and i
Final Discharge as Execul
estate of A ana i'. Kehoe, dei
and thai on the 2 du} ,,i Oi
1950, dl ipplj the Honotabli W. P.
BLANTON, Count; Judgi o Dade
County, Floi Ida, for appro\ al ol
final repot i and fi r final -i-
as Execul i is of the i stute ol Anns Q
Kehoe, decea d.
This L'Mh day of August, I 150.
KATIIRYN I'. I.I-: JL'ENE
MILTON A. FitlKDMAN
A i torne} f,,i Kathi ne F I.- I,
Executrix ol the Estate of
Anna c. Kehoe, Di eased.
1023 Seyhold Bldg.,
Mian I, Floi Ida
II S-15-22-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desli nig to -
business under the fictitious n
ACE MACHINE, Tool, ,\ DIE
WORKS .,i 3071 S. W. 87th Avi
Miami, Fla., Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Comity. Florida.
v CHARLES RUBIN
SAM KAMI"
BEN ESSEN, ESQ.,
Attorne} for Charles Rubin,
Sam Kara
'.i 15-22-29 10/6
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
THE FROHMAN MANUFACTURING
CO. at 3333 N, W. No. River Drive,
Miami, Florida, intend t,. register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dad. County, Florida.
PHYLLIS FROHMAN
HAPPY FROHMAN
ARONOVITZ AND ARONOV1TZ
Attorneys for Phyllis Frohman and
Han. Frohman
9 22-29 l" 'l 13
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pur-
suant tO the Fictitious Name Statute,
that the undersigned, desiring to en-
gaged in business under tin- fictitious
name of:
EASTERN PRESS PHOTO BUREAU
at 404 mth Street, Miami Beach,
Florida. intends to register said
fictitious name In the office of the
Clerk of the Clrcuil Court of Dade
County. Florida,
HAL KAYE
DAVID L. MOLDAN
Owners
IRVING CYPEN
Attorney for Applicants
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
9 i -22-29 l/6
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious m..... ol
BISCAYNE BEACH API'S al 8300.
8310, 8320, 8330 and s:;iii Crespl
Boulevard, Miami Beach, Florida, in-
tends to register said name with the
Chirk of the Circuit Court Of Dade
Count*, Florida.
PAIL APARTMENTS, INC.
By Men Oilier, President
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
9/15-22-29 10/6
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, N AND Fop DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
I 15191.
LENA FLOWERDAY, Plaintiff, vs.
OE< IROE II. Fl.i IWERDAY,
l lefendant.
SFIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: GEORGE H. FLOWERDAY,
It ESIDENCE I' N K N i > W N.
Von. GEORGE II. FLOWERDAY,
Residence Unknown, are hereby noti-
fied that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed againsl you, and
you are reQulrod to serve a copy of
your Answer or Pleading to the Bill
of Complaint on the plaintiff's At-
torney, HAROLD SHAPIRO, 927 Lin-
coln Road, Miami Peach, Florida, and
file the original Answer or Pleading
in the office of the Clerk of tin-
Circuit Court orr or before the 7th
day of October, I960, If you fall to do
so. Judgment by default will in- taken
against you for the relief demanded
In the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in The Jewish Florldlan.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this iitli day of September,
A.D. 1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
P> R
HAROLD SHAPIRO
(il'T Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
9/15-22-29 10/6
II MICK. .IP...
Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 135083.
J( IHN M. FRAN( 'I'. Plaintiff, vs.
DOROTHY FRANCO, Defendant,
TO: DOROTHY FRANCO
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Golden Gate Grocer* al 850 South
Dixie Highway, Coral Gables, Florida,
Intends to 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 B-15-22-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
notice is Hereby given that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SCHOR PLAZA HOTEL at 2129
Washington Avenue, Miami Beach,
Florida, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
HAMMY GOLDHAGEN
HARRY DIETZ
Attorney for Applicant
:i 22-29 in 6-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
BEN FRANKLIN UNIFORMS at IT
N'.K. lith Street, Miami. Florida, In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
HENRY DONNER
RICHARD STRICHAUTZ
Attorney for Henry Donner
9/22-21 10/6-13
............... O *.,,!.
DATED at Miami, Florida, this :il
day of August. 1950.
K. It. LEATHERMAN,
Cl.-rk of the Clrcuil Court.
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal I
By; M.
Name and Address of
Plaintiff's Attorney
NORMAN It. LYONS
:ii Olympla Mniiding
Miami, Florida
9 8-15-22-29
C. FEIGE,
Deputy cu-ik.
notice by publication
in the circuit court of tiik
eleventh judicial circuit
in and for dade county,
florida. in chancery, no.
1S-,l>s:;.
ANN ELIZABETH FRAZEE, Plaintiff,
e DONALD LAVERNE FRAZEE,
I vf< :i You. DONALD LAVERNE FRAZEE,
106 K. Hailing Street, Angola. Indiana,
are required to serve a copy of your
Answer to the Mill of Complaint Cor
Divorce on plaintiff's attorney, Harold
Shapiro. HL'7 Lincoln Itoad. Miami
Beach, Florida, and file the original
in the office of the Clerk of this Court
on or before October 12, I960, other-
wise a Decree Pro confess,, will be
ntered against y< u,
This Notice shall be published once
each we.-k for four consecutive weeks
in the Jewish Floridiirn.
Dated September li. 19.10.
B. P. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. H RICK. JR..
Deputy Clerk.
9/15-22-29 10/6
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to eni
business under the fictitious name of
WHITE'S BETTER CANDIES al 1542
Washington Av-tiue, Miami I
Florida, Intends to register said name
with the Cl.-rk of the Circuit Court
of Dad.- County, Florida.
Philip YANOFF
WILLIAM I BRENNER
Attorn, y f.,i Philip Vanoff
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fieri.la.
9/8-15-22-29
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCER1 N
135170.
LER< >Y 11 BRi >w X. Plaintiff, \ s.
ETHEL BROWN, lx fendant.
I'ii ETHEL BROWN
I luPont i 'lass Ape i ments
DuPont Circle
Washington, D. r\
Y( 'I A RE N( IT1FIE1' thai ., B
Complaint for divorce lias been filed
against you in the above Cause, and
you are required to serve a
your Answer on the plaintiff
and tile the original in lie- <>tf..
th.- ('lerk ,,t" the 'Ireuit Court, on or
before the 6th day of October,
otherwise the allegations ol Bftl I Bill
,,f Complain) will be taken as con-
fessed by you.
September 6, 1950.
I-: B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C, FEIGE.
Deput} Clerk.
JACK A. ABBOTT
Attorney for Plaintiff
!i27 Lincoln P-,ad
Miami Beach, Florida
:i 8-15-22 29
notice to creditors
in the county judge's court
in and fop. dade county,
florida. in probate, no.
imtii:;.
In Re: ESTATE OF
CHARLES I". REDER,
I eci ased.
To All Creditors and All Pel sol H i
Ing claims or 1 >e.....nds Agalt
s.i.,l State:
Yon. and each of you, are hen
r,,,iifi,-,l and required to present any
claims and demands which j iu, or
either of ou, may have agal
estate of CHARLES P REDER, de-
d, late nf I ade ('ountj F orld I
to the Hon. W. F. BLANTON
Judge of Dade County, and file the
same in his office In the Count
Courthouse In Dade County, r
within eight calendar months from
the date of the first publication he
Of. Said claims or demands t<<
the legal addles- of the claimant and
to be sworn t,, and presenti I
aforesaid, or sain.- will i- haired. Be<
Section 120 .,r tin- 1933 Probate A '
Dai,- Sept I. A.D. 1950.
HERBERT 8. SHAPIRO.
As Executor of the Last Will an I
Testament of Charles F. Red
Deceased,
BERICK and SHAPIRO
By Morris BERICK
Attorneys for Executor
9/8-15-22-29
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ll'l'll JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AN!
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 185082
McCLAIN W. HAMILTON. Pluntltt.
vs. MAGGIE HAMILTON,
Defendant.
TO: MAGGIE HAMILTON
12 BEST STREET
DAYTON. OHIO
TOP are hereby required to serve a
ropy of your answer to the Mill of
Complaint for Divorce on the Plain-
tiffs Attorney, and to file the original
Answer In the Offlre of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the
2nd day of October, I960: otherwise
the Mill of Complain! for i
heretofore filed herein will he taken
as confessed by you.
DATED at Miami. Florida, this 31
day of August, 1950.
K. B. LEATHERMAN,
' rk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Court s,an
P> M.
Name and Address of
Plaintiffs Attorney:
NORMAN R. LYONS,
914 Olympla Building
Miami. Florida
9/8-15-22-29
C. FEIGE,
Deputy Clerk.


PAGE TWENTY
+Jew Is* Hcridlian
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER
29. 195J



Capitol Spotlight
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTONThe capital's
leading anti-Semites are intensi-
fying efforts to brand Jews as
Communists. Their announced ob-
jective is concentration camps for
Jews as well as Communists.
The most outspoken anti-
Semite. Rep. John Rankin of
Mississippi, takes great delight in
enumerating all reds with Jewish-
sounding names. "There is not a
single white Gentile in the entire
group and the same may be said
of at least 75 percent of the
Communists in this country,"
Rankin told the House.
Rankin read a list of people
accused of pro-Soviet activities.
He carefully noted that Pressman
was in "Who's Who in American
Jewry." and provided the volume
a.nd page numbers. "Mr. Speaker," 1
people." Only six others sided
with Lehman.
The Senate Foreign Relations
Committee still refuses to ratify
the United Nations Convention on
Genocide. There has been specul-
ation on why the U.S. does not
cooperate with the U.N. on this
since the U.S. unhesitantly took
the lead in supporting U.N. action
in Korea.
The Genocide Convention was
drafted by the U.N. as a result of
the Nazi massacre of European
Jewry. It would prevent and
punish the liquidation of people
whose only crime is that they be-
long to a certain religious or
racial group. The convention is
binding only on those nations
which ratify it.
A Senate Foreign Relations
under the chairmanship of Tom
Connally, of Texas, several
months ago for ratification. When
the committee refused to act, Mc-
Mahon blurted out his anger. He
said, "The U.S. certainly should
condemn mass murder. We have
entered into treaties with other
nations to punish the killing of
seals ... We ought at least to
condemn the mass murder of
human beings."
Last year Chairman Connally
kicked a Jewish delegation out
of his office. He shouted: "We
gave you Israelwhat do you
want now?" (The delegation
against a genocide, agreement. .
It was many, many months ago
Viennese JoWs
1 Concerned Over
astically endorsed the Genocide .\lllOlldll|(|||
shouted Rankin, "there is not a Subcommittee, under the chair-
single Christian or a single white manship of Brien McMahon, of
Gentile among these Communists Connecticut, approved the pact. It
who I have just named, who have was referred to the full committee j have influenced other Senators
been plotting the overthrow of
this government and the destruc-
tion of our Christian civilization."
While the majority of Congress-
men agree that Rankin is a crack-
pot, they also apparently agree
with his ideas on concentration
camps legislation. The type of
"control" bill Rankin has advo-
cated for years is meeting little
opposition. Although far in excess
of what President Truman con-
\ safe and constitutional, this
lation seems destined for
passage. The President has
warned that such an intemperate
law must not be passed because
its intentionally vague structure
might furnish legal basis for the
jaihng not only of Communists.
but also members of unpopular
religions, races, labor unions, and
so forth. If anti-Communism
proves stronger than American-
ism, there is great danger we will
lose the very liberties for which
our troops are fighting in Korea.
Subversives must be controlled
within the American constitu-
tional framework and not by
Soviet-Nazi totalitarian devices
h fail to separate the in-
: ent from the guilty,
Sen. Hi i berl H Li hman of New
. was very upset when the
te voted iverwhelmingly on
September 12 to establish a con-
p system. I [1 called
it "tragic" and "ill-conceivi
inderl ," Lehman said.
hi at the pn
all the American
people." He said it will not pre-
vi subvi sive ai I ivity by Com-
ts but instead would "in-
tn ngth oi the under-
ground Communist movement."
He predicted the Senate would
one day regret passing the bill.
11 -aid. "My conscience will be
r, though I realize my poli-
pn specU may be more diffi-
cult. I shall cast my vote to
protect the liberties of our
Accord and asked the* Senate to
approve it. Dean Rusk, Deputy
Under-Secretary of State, urged
Senators to support the measure.
Rusk said, "The worst crimes of
Nero against the Christians failed
to reach the level of those per-
petrated by Hitler against the
Jews. No one can yet have for-
gotten the organized butchery of
racial groups by the Nazis, our]
. enemies in World War II, which
SKonheTnSlflcaUoS'pS! resulted m the extermination of
gram in Western Germany.) 16,000,000 Jews."
While all committee members
are anxious to fight Communism
and protect the free world, there
seems to be a division of opinion
on the protection of minority
group members. The committee is
dominated by a coalition of Re-
publicans and Southern Demo-
crats. The Southerners dislike
government "interference" in
racial matters. Perhaps the Amer-
ican Bar Association and other
high-level groups in opposition
Beach Y Requests Piano
An urgent appeal for a piano
in good playing condition to be
used at the Miami Beach Y has
been issued by Marvin Segal, di-!of compensation to all'pen
VIENNA, (JTA)-The fc.
Vienna are quite con ~*8'
the fact that an amcndmenM
restitution laws proDos*,ik
People*. Party arfd Bg dL
cratic Party deput,,, has no?J
been scrapped despite a viKorni.
public protest meeting held?'
weeks ago against the meaJ,4
which Jewish leaders teS"1
1950 edition of the X ij
racial laws." Dej
The Vienna Jewish Communi
has demanded that the Dre
restitution laws, which it f"
siders inadequate, must not
undercut in any way. The Con
munity has also demanded th
the government return t0 tO
Jewish former owners all apa
ments and factories confiscated
the Nazis. In addition, it ur,
the establishment of a Jew*
restitution fund and the pavme
n
detained by the Nazi.-. The cod
pensation funds should be derive
rector of adult activities.
"Our present piano is almost
bevond repair." Segal said. "If you from fines on Nazis, war crin
have one that you do not want, nals and any Nazi assets wh
just call us at 5-5319, and we will are available, the Communi!
make arrangements to pick it up."
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Life and hope for hundreds of thousands of
our fellow-Jews tan be provided only on a
C.O.D. basis.
Only cash can avert despair.
Only cash can transport them to Israel and to
other lands.
Dnly cash can provide homes and build a new
life for the immigrants among their own
people in Israel.
Only cash can save many thousands from
homelessncss and persecution in Europe and
North Africa.
If you made a pledge, remember it cannot go
to work in saving lives until you have paid
the cash.
To us here C.O.D. means Cash On Delivery.
For our fellow-Jews hi Israel and elsewhere
C.O.D. means Ca6h Or Despair.
On Sunday, October 8th, National "C" Day,
stay at home to give cash. Give all you can
to see the job through.
Why Cash Is Needed Now
\ At least 50,000 Jews must be moved
out of Iracj in the coming months.
3 i(\ nno Jews must he transferred from
Koumanfa* to Israel.
3 There are still 80,000 Jews living in
tent-cities who must be given homes
and jobs in Israel.
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overseas. Cash in time will help us
fulfill our obligations here at home.
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PAGE TWENTY +Jew Is* Hcridlian FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29. 195J Capitol Spotlight By MILTON FRIEDMAN WASHINGTON—The capital's leading anti-Semites are intensifying efforts to brand Jews as Communists. Their announced objective is concentration camps for Jews as well as Communists. The most outspoken antiSemite. Rep. John Rankin of Mississippi, takes great delight in enumerating all reds with Jewishsounding names. "There is not a single white Gentile in the entire group and the same may be said of at least 75 percent of the Communists in this country," Rankin told the House. Rankin read a list of people accused of pro-Soviet activities. He carefully noted that Pressman was in "Who's Who in American Jewry." and provided the volume a.nd page numbers. "Mr. Speaker," 1 people." Only six others sided with Lehman. The Senate Foreign Relations Committee still refuses to ratify the United Nations Convention on Genocide. There has been speculation on why the U.S. does not cooperate with the U.N. on this since the U.S. unhesitantly took the lead in supporting U.N. action in Korea. The Genocide Convention was drafted by the U.N. as a result of the Nazi massacre of European Jewry. It would prevent and punish the liquidation of people whose only crime is that they belong to a certain religious or racial group. The convention is binding only on those nations which ratify it. A Senate Foreign Relations under the chairmanship of Tom Connally, of Texas, several months ago for ratification. When the committee refused to act, McMahon blurted out his anger. He said, "The U.S. certainly should condemn mass murder. We have entered into treaties with other nations to punish the killing of seals ... We ought at least to condemn the mass murder of human beings." Last year Chairman Connally kicked a Jewish delegation out of his office. He shouted: "We gave you Israel—what do you want now?" (The delegation against a genocide, agreement. It was many, many months ago Viennese Jo Ws 1 Concerned Over astically endorsed the Genocide .\lllOlldll|(||| shouted Rankin, "there is not a Subcommittee, under the chairsingle Christian or a single white manship of Brien McMahon, of Gentile among these Communists Connecticut, approved the pact. It who I have just named, who have was referred to the full committee j have influenced other Senators been plotting the overthrow of this government and the destruction of our Christian civilization." While the majority of Congressmen agree that Rankin is a crackpot, they also apparently agree with his ideas on concentration camps legislation. The type of "control" bill Rankin has advocated for years is meeting little opposition. Although far in excess of what President Truman con\ safe and constitutional, this lation seems destined for passage. The President has warned that such an intemperate law must not be passed because its intentionally vague structure might furnish legal basis for the jaihng not only of Communists. but also members of unpopular religions, races, labor unions, and so forth. If anti-Communism proves stronger than Americanism, there is great danger we will lose the very liberties for which our troops are fighting in Korea. Subversives must be controlled within the American constitutional framework and not by Soviet-Nazi totalitarian devices h fail to separate the in: ent from the guilty, Sen. Hi I berl H Li hman of New was very upset when the te voted iverwhelmingly on September 12 to establish a conp system. I [1 called it "tragic" and "ill-conceivi inderl ," Lehman said. hi at the pn all the American people." He said it will not previ %  subvi sive ai I ivity by Comts but instead would "intn ngth oi the underground Communist movement." He predicted the Senate would one day regret passing the bill. 11 -aid. "My conscience will be • r, though I realize my polipn specU may be more difficult. I shall cast my vote to protect the liberties of our Accord and asked the* Senate to approve it. Dean Rusk, Deputy Under-Secretary of State, urged Senators to support the measure. Rusk said, "The worst crimes of Nero against the Christians failed to reach the level of those perpetrated by Hitler against the Jews. No one can yet have forgotten the organized butchery of racial groups by the Nazis, our] enemies in World War II, which SKonheTnSlflcaUoS'pS! resulted m the extermination of gram in Western Germany.) 16,000,000 Jews." While all committee members are anxious to fight Communism and protect the free world, there seems to be a division of opinion on the protection of minority group members. The committee is dominated by a coalition of Republicans and Southern Democrats. The Southerners dislike government "interference" in racial matters. Perhaps the American Bar Association and other high-level groups in opposition Beach Y Requests Piano An urgent appeal for a piano in good playing condition to be used at the Miami Beach Y has been issued by Marvin Segal, di-!of compensation to all'pen VIENNA, (JTA)-The fc. Vienna are quite con ~* 8 the fact that an amcndmenM restitution laws proDos*,ik !" People*. Party arfd Bg DL cratic Party deput,,, has no?J been scrapped despite a vi Korni public protest meeting held?' weeks ago against the meaJ,4 which Jewish leaders teS" 1 1950 edition of the X ij racial laws." Dej The Vienna Jewish Communi has demanded that the Dr e restitution laws, which it f siders inadequate, must not undercut in any way. The Con munity has also demanded th the government return t 0 tO Jewish former owners all apa ments and factories confiscated the Nazis. In addition, it ur the establishment of a Jew* restitution fund and the pavme n detained by the Nazi.-. The cod pensation funds should be derive rector of adult activities. "Our present piano is almost bevond repair." Segal said. "If you from fines on Nazis, war crin have one that you do not want, nals and any Nazi assets wh just call us at 5-5319, and we will are available, the Communi! make arrangements to pick it up." • recommends. Life and hope for hundreds of thousands of our fellow-Jews tan be provided only on a C.O.D. basis. Only cash can avert despair. Only cash can transport them to Israel and to other lands. Dnly cash can provide homes and build a new life for the immigrants among their own people in Israel. Only cash can save many thousands from homelessncss and persecution in Europe and North Africa. If you made a pledge, remember it cannot go to work in saving lives until you have paid the cash. To us here C.O.D. means Cash On Delivery. For our fellow-Jews HI Israel and elsewhere C.O.D. means Ca6h Or Despair. On Sunday, October 8th, National "C" Day, stay at home to give cash. Give all you can to see the job through. Why Cash Is Needed Now \ At least 50,000 Jews must be moved out of Iracj in the coming months. 3 i(\ nno Jews must he transferred from Koumanfa* to Israel. 3 There are still 80,000 Jews living in tent-cities who must be given homes and jobs in Israel. \ Cash in time will convert these dead lines into lifelines for our fellow-Jews overseas. Cash in time will help us fulfill our obligations here at home. LISTEN TO THE JEWISH MUSICAL HOUR WTTT—1490 on Your Dial Jacob Schachter Director NORMAN R. LYONS Newscaster and Historical Narrator NOW FOUR TIMES A WEEK SUNDAY FROM 10 A.M. TO 11:30 A.M. MON WED. AND FRI. FROM t P.M. TO 1:30 P.M. SEE THE JOB THROUGH WITH CASH ON "C" DAY Combined Jewish Appeal Directed by Greater Miami Jewish Federation 420 Lincoln Road Phone 58-4331 MAT10 Ml United Jewish Appeal DAY It U CASH *UUM Ml lift SONDAY, OCT. 8 OH Behalf of the Resettlement mi Reconstruction ffcfgrWM Joint Distribution CommitUt, Vniled Palatine Appeal, Untied Service/or Mew American*. HENRY MORCENTHAU, JE^, Central Chairnut*



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PAGE FOUR +Jmist Fkrkl&r FRIDAY, SEPTEMBFJ EDITORIAL *# Hay. For 1'ash ben Dr. Joseph Schwartz Joint District] : jpean director stated it .z. hinds r:e — rr ::: the -..: z the I.. Schwars a 1st all hind* :;: the European em ment :::• Zjiaxa %  exhausted 2nd the crr — nrr. must :;~r is ah s -.-:: = = e "5 ::: Jews :.-. Rui aland and Iraq te .:= %  ? their chance Funds =re urgently r.ee:e; ::: '.zzz? ;:-!e transfer -: Jews ton Moslem countries Iraq the -..-:.' ~ .;.. Ac pec! z.z = ;e: zs.ir S-z.kry Dctobex S : = Z Day to mobilize ;= much :r=h ns possible te keep this work storing. Describing the rircumstances which rrrrr.cec 7.-.e .'::'. zazzpaigz :: :.-.e United Jewish Apr-?; r -." %  :.-r ?:::.:::.-: r::r:r = = However the remittance re r~sr. 3rt z.ecC"^: rr. — CI~ e~r_.er rlr.g needs .%  %  :; %  .-.-.:• e rescue :: tens :: we were raced with the task :: providing ::: the These :e::.e :: = ;-T. hove taxed themselves reached the ..-..: -: the : resource* in coping with tie great wave :: immigration that cannot be stopped without ecpcrdirng the lives and hopes .ip tc as is trie Jsited States :; determine whether -r=r Jews sre te be given the opportunity te :.:.the democratic v Life in Israel Of the: they ~:e to :e uc-:rr.e~ :c continued KEEPING IT WORKING— misery and waiting beyond the declines which have bee.-, set :;.their emigration The need lor zzs'z. it: the United Jewish Appeal :s desperate. We must have large sums :r. ccsh by C Day. Sunday October 8. We must realize •hat il is either cash t'cr the UJA or despair for the Jews for whom Israel represents the only escape com sintering." The Greater Miami Jewish Federation is cocrdtnating its facilities to participate in this oneday ea'crt to collect pieaces still outstanding from the current campaigns. In craer tor C" Day to be successful menpower and cooperation are both necessary. Volunteers are needed to cover these delinquent SurroM-A Mvnnaqv Of p PQ la :ts message to world Jewry, •_.--„ %  Sabbath oi Succos be set aside":-; ;' ^ xyen throughout the Jewish "' 3e<3 ce ..binate aptlv pointed 5 '^ e the Festival of Tabernacles "our cm J* 1 wmn wool to offer sacrifices" fog H welfare of Gentile nations." C f^ their modern counterparts, were '* e people who strove to serve G '' v ^ tranquility and security, but ::.= % %  ",.^' Zn rounded by belligerent people to whom* ** and weapon stood above law and order**"^ medium for settling dispute and quarreL S Hundreds of centuries have passed tin/. ancestors have offered those sacriS cei of ^ Time and tide have since then changed JS of life. The cart has given way :c jet -'~ re $ canoe to ocean lin*. Science hoavSirfS eliminated time and space. Tele] id rn ^. y have brought men from the mos3 -—."-. of the earth into cheek-like prcaiinity. TrarJH communications have opened wide avenuss n ( exchange of views ana thought end 'decs Th press has widened our horizon. And new nieol! of travel have cut the roads that once so sea* cted man from man. Yet, in the very midstofftk material accomplishment, man finds binueti closer to his objective, to his se ~ n in ^ days of yore. Only the weapons have chanoad more deathly, more lethal and more capable of consuming human life and hope. And so the world, too busy to pause for prayer and meditation, needs some cne to pray for it for .its survival, for its regenercticn. And it was indeed, fitting that the voice oi hops end prayer' and conscience again rise in Jerusalem, whence came forth the law and the word of God. pledges and workers are asked to contribute their time Sunday, October 9; in making the rounds. If your pledge to the Combined Jewish Appeal or any portion of it is unpaid remember the job that remains to be done and the fact that your money, ahead pledged and promised, is necessary to complete that job. Lets make "C" Day ("C" for Cash' the success it needs to be. Savin;** <*rou|s Boost Insurance JIM Activities Kndangorftl Hv Lark Of Funds' 1500 Attend Rites At Douglas Gardens • %  -.'-. ;' ........ %  • %  2 %  Spaet. %  • r %  %  %  i Th e Dr J %  %  : • DirectorJ tries S '. -...-.• -• .' 4* pr eeded 1 Latii British D -. %  %  t of i n Euro; • • '' ".'/....... Italy i 17.000 st i 1 ..-. Y •. %  I li the [uturi : bui I there it mew dual he." %  %  Father Ber:. T %  ; | RiCics for the G v '%  '..z..r -%  r .:. the %  -. : ::.' %  z: :%  W M k J %  ~ K I ... z". y %  3each. ind : .% %  -% %  .. -j.. i s bef re t • fell not I bee. %  %  -' %  %  PJovKi | o ... B '• '"P=:gr.." Dr Cr.i:rr. Weizn President '. : ; Kabbi to lledi*ate "Sew Homo Oft. t P.ar.. %  | A S:-: p new li me, 423 Ave C at be held Sunday. 7 t III %  %  B:b!e and g his • il I leadi I Gabl lent Orlando. 12 years, the in Fc-deraentlj elected to its board of governors. He the Association of -. rida ?...:.-.a member of the Zionist District and B'rith, •Social Workers To Attend Parley A large number of executives of local Jewish welfare agencies tend the Florida State Conference of Social Workers to be held :n Jacksonville October 15 to 18. Klass, director of the t Miami Jewish Federation. f ..n institute organization and operati n at the meet. Zionists Orqamie Speakers' Bureau A Spi to cDiisist of autji i itii phasa of lit 'ionisro and an Jewish • %  the [ A lex Van S % % %  • has Th rill be • atioi Miami area, Van St :. :. and Sydrmenofthe program and tion commit.. head the new ••This is part I the puDlic .-.ce being rendered by ihe local branch %  : I Z nist Organization of America in order to keep the public abreast of all developments and to focus their attention upon matters requiring their enlightenment," van Straaten said. Further information may be obtained bv calling Mrs Dons A. Pardo. executive secretary. Miami Beach Zionist District, 235 Lincoln Road. Miami Juniors Will Hold Tea Unit of Junior Hadassah at the i Mickey Einhorn. mem• :".. ^474 Swanson ve, on Sundav. October I, at 4 p.m. Sachs ..nd Bea Jacobson were delegates to the regional conference of r Hadassah m Birmingham. Ala where Miss Sachs was regional president. I Next regular meeting of this organization will be held October rmm„S' m o l the M,ami Jewish community Center. Th* Jewish Horldtan l0 8 KMhruth t the me %  h.,mti advni>. -d in IU *!; SUBSCRIPTION RAltSOn. Y„r %  Two Year. >*Z~. FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Pubht*" OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telephones 2^14^-2^^ Volume 23 u rf FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 29, 1* TISHRI 18. 5711



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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 29, 1950 Personally Speaking Miss Shirley Alperstein. 7125 Carlyle Ave., Miami Beach has just returned from a three week tour of the Caribbean Islands, including Jamaica, Haiti, Dominican Republic Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands. r Ml j ^ *XL c Q u! Br ? Un and ,hek son Paul Maxius, Jr Mr. and Mrs. Nat Schlossberg and Mr. and Mrs. Julius Nass arrived in Hendersonville, N. C, last week to spend the remainder of the month vacationing at Duncraggan Inn. Dr. and Mrs. Albert E. Rosenthal of 444 West Di Lido Drive and Mr. and Mrs. Mortimer E. Wien of 122 West Di Lido Drive left Sunday for a three-week vacation in Mexico. The party will fly to Mexico City by Pan American Airways via Havana, Menda and Yucatan. From Mexico City their travels will take them to Puebla, Tehuacan, Fortin, Cuernavaca, Acapulco Taxco and San Jose Purua. The foursome will return to Miami on October 14. Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Stadiem of Kinston, N. Y.. announce the birth of a daughter, Linda Yvette, on September 2 Mrs Stadiem is the former Delia Pace, daughter of Mr and Mrs' Alfred Z. Pace of Miami Beach, who recently returned from an extended visit with their son-in-law and dauqhter A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Weisbard 414 N W 84th St., on Thursday, September 21, at St. Francis Hospital After a month's stay in New York, where they attended the opening session of the United Nations General Assembly end a session of the UN Security Council, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Zukernick are back in Miami Beach Chester H. Gelbert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard I. Gelbert cf Bangor, Maine, formerly of Miami, was recently given an cward for his honors thesis ori pigment and paint. A June graduate of Northeastern University in Boston, he is employed as a chemical engmeer at DuPont, Wilminqton, Delaware Mrs. Sally Gardner and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kanter recently returned from a month's vacation in the North. Included in their itinerary were New York, Atlantic City. Philadelphia and Richmond. •K Slated to spend a week in Miami Beach is Mrs. Rose Lesser. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Catsman have returned to their home a.1 2230 S.W. 21st Ave., after spending the summer at Hiqqins Lake, Roscommon, Mich. -fc I. L. Mintzer returned Thursday from New York after an extended tour of Europe with his wife and daughter. Ethel. Mrs. Mintzer and Ethel have remaine d in Gotham for a short vacation. Sidney H. Palmer was nominated unanimously as president by the general membership of Congregation Beth El at its annual nomination meeting last Sunday evening. This will mark the fourth term that Palmer has served as head of the congregation, each time elected by unanimous acclaim. Prior to his becoming active in Beth El. Palmer served Congregation Beth David as its president for a period of four and a half years. The owner and operator cf the Miami Monument Company, he has been a resident of Greater Miami since 1925 and has "en actively connected with the civic, fraternal and communal life 'he community. He is at present executive secretary of the Greater Miami Cemetery Association, a member of B'nai Bnth, Scottish Rite, Mason and 'he Home for the Aged, in addi„K, t0 his numerous other affiliations. 2 7 STORY FIREPROOF CONSTRUCTED WAREHOUSES AVAILABLE ALSO SILVER & RUG VAULTS AND PRIVATE ROOMS LOCAL HAULING & PACKING -Jewlsti fk,rH„ PAGE SEVEN Workshop To Present "Sheriff Mat Blake" Radio Workshop lor Democracy, i weekly live radio series deCarol Trinkoff Wed To Samuel Sherman An August 24 ceremony in i tnT^eS^ ^'grTpT^ni Br kIyn U ited in -** !" present "Sheriff Mat Blake," MRS. RANDOLPH SHEVACH adapted from the "Lest We Forget —The American Dream" series, on Sunday, October 1, at 7:45 p.m. over station WMIE. "Sheriff Mat Blake" is a fastpaced drama of Mexican-American threatened with lynching by an anti-Mexican mob, and a sheriff who refused to let prejudice triumph over justice. Cast for this week's presentation includes Alan Baskin. James Bishop, Bob LaFlower, Bob Brenner, Bill Grefe and Gertrude Marx. Gertrude Marx is director and Steve Kessler is in charge of the musical portion of the program. Carol Trinkoff and Samuel Sherman. The bride is the daughter of! Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Trinkoff. 1754 Biarritz Drive, Miami Beach and Brooklyn. She was graudatcd j from the Lear School and studied art and music in New York. Mr. Sherman attended Temple University and is now associated with a steel fabricating firm. A.fter a wedding trip to Bermuda, the couple is living in Philadelphia. Active Sisterhood worker, says: "Taking care of our home and two children, in addition to social and communal activities occupies my time to such an extent that I am always grateful when details are taken off my shoulders—that is why I always use FARR when I travel—their services gives me leisure to enjoy my trips." Eddy Lee Sax, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. Sax, of Miami Beach and Chicago, will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, September 30, at 10 a.m. at Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate. A buffet dinner and reception will be given by Mr. and Mrs. Sax at the Saxony Hotel Saturday at 7 p.m. in honor of the event. Rosen llav Set For October 20-21 Plans are being formulated for a mammoth Al "Flip" Rosen Day to be held October 20-21 in honor of the Cleveland third baseman who hails from Miami. Miami Beach committees in charge of the festivities were appointed by Dr. S. G. Schneider, president of the Miami Beach Optimists, who originated the day in Rosen's honor. 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PJUDAY, SEPTEMBER 29. 1950 *Jewisf) Fhridliari PAGE NINETEEN Hebrew High School To Open October 9 The Hebrew High School, which I, conducted by the Bureau of j ew ish Education, will hold registration for new students on Monday October 9, at 3:45 p.m. will be held at the ,'s office, 318 Congress Build Established four years ago, the provides graduates of the Talmudai Torah with the opportunity tn continued their Jewish education on a higher level. All ites nf recognized Talmudai Toi ah, or those with an equivalent educational background, are eligible to enroll. New students are required to pass an entrance examination before being accepted. class will meet three times a week, bringing the time ,,i instruction to five hours per The curriculum includes: Humash and Rashi, Prophets, Mishna, Hebrew literature and grammar. New subjects which w jll be added to the curriculum this year include • advanced courses in customs and ceremonies, the Prayer Book, Jewish historj and Jewish music appreciation. Enrollment in the Hebrew High now stands at thirty students and four seniors are candidates for graduation. They are: Jay Linn and Richard Jablon graduates of the Miami Beach Jewish Center; Ruth Saal, graduate of Beth David and Edward Zalis, graduate of Beth El. To accommodate many students, a first year class will be conducted on Miami Beach. Hy Pomerantz, extension activities director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, is in charge of the school. Further information may be obtained by calling the u it 3-5858 or 9-0489. LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE ... 0T,CE TO CREDITORS iv" V,'" NTV JLDOE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUVTV M2U Al m PROBATE. No: In Re: ESTATE I IK C Deolafed ,SAAC PR raBERa. To Al! c,,,li,,,,sand All Persons ll.ivEjftBte: '"' "'"''"" ls Againsl Said V'",. and each of you, are hereby ","V %  ""' % %  i' %  %  •' resent am • %  "us and demand, which you. or either of you, may have against lh •M.,,,. „f CHARLES' IBAAT KRIKO! Kl.i., deceased, late ..r Dade Count* '.'"'" %  'V ','" """ %  %  BLANTON County Judge of Dade County, nmi me the same In his office In the """ JJ t house ade Counts e.iKh. within eight calendar nths • %  ..I, in.. .date „f ,he flrsl publication i'-i-.r. Said claims or demands ... """;"" the legal address of the '•'imani and to be sworn to and •resented as aforesaid, or same will r'i..i'"Vi'."' \.1'"' %  "•"""" 'u r ''•'••: Date September 20, A.D 1950 MAURICE FR1HDBBRO As Executor of the Last Will and %  ."" %  ',''.I",""' r CHARLES ISAAC KRIEDBERG, Deceased. w AI. ri:p c. KOVNER Attorney for executor MAURICE FRIEDBERG 9 22-29 10/4-13 >li/i .ulii Women Hold Succor Fete Miami Beach Chapter of Mizrachi W imen will hold a Succos party on Sunday, October 1, at 2 p.m. at Beth Jacob Synagogue, Mrs. Nat Hochman, president, has anni uuced. Mr* Anna Brenner Meyers, Miami Beach attorney, will report on i". : ent trip to Israel, and Cantor Louis Fedcr will offer vocal selections. Mrs. Louis Lustig is chairman of the event and Mrs. Joseph Brenne: is co-chairman. ... „ NOTICE TO CREDITORS l.\ THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT I.N AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No! 11 IS. InRe: ESTATE OF MARY WILLOX PATKRSoN, also known as MRS CHARLES JOHN PATERSON, Deceased, To AM Creditors and All Persona Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, anil each of you, are hereby notified and required i<> ureseni any claims and demands which you. or either of you, may have against the estate of Marj Wlllox Paterson, also known as Mrs. Charles John Paterson, deceased, late "f Dade County, Florida, to the Hon. w. p. Blanton, County .Indue el Hade County, and file the same in his office in the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the flrsl publication hereof, Bald claims in demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and tn be sworn to and present! d as aforesaid, or same will Debarred. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Date September 14, A.D. 1950 MARGARET B. McDONALD, As Executrix of the l-rst Will and Testament of MARY Wll,l.oX PATERSON, also known as MRS. CHARLES JOHN PATERSON, I leceased. MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN Bj LOUIS HEIMAN Attorneys for Executrix 9/22-29 10/6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in [business under the fictitious name of iirook.Novelty Co. al 7138 Abbott Avel Intends to register said name with the Clerk or the Circuit Court of l>uele County, Kloridu. LEO I. I ".HOOKS Sole Owner !• l.",-22-2:i 10/6 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW %  %  IS IIKKKIIV (IIVKN that li signed, desiring to engagi in under the fictitious name of %  ) % %  slclans Suppl} al 2393 S.W, • i. Miami. Intend to register with the clerk of the rl ..f Had.Count] Florida, uellatlon sin... Salon al 316 list Miami Beach, Fla., Intends said name with the Clerk III Court of Dade County. BERNARD SCHNEIDER Cnrnuur.?I e P*'ner "fcHON \ col'MSlION :};' Uncoln Road lea. h, Fla. for Applicant • -• l" 6-13-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS v,,.,..,.,. NAME LAW the ill R ls HRRBBY GIVEN that ,'"'•••' SIR; desiring to engage in • under the fictitious name of •"> uslve Tailors al 1625 '" Avenue, Miami Beach, In. !" to legist sal,I name with the %  m,t, i„ %  '.''"'' lit Court of Dude ""l>. llonda -a- Hi ,;-':P KK !" <** NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND Hill DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No. 24697, In Re: ESTATE OF ANTHONY SH'i i. I leceased. To All Creditors and All Persona Having claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, ami each of yon, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either Of yOU, may have against the estate of ANTHONY KICO, deceased, lati of Miami. Dade County. Floi Ida, io the Hon. w. F BLANTON, County Judge of Dole County, and file the sain., in his office in the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain 8 ii address of the claimant ana to be BWOrn tO and presented as aforesaid, .asame will be hair,,l. Bee Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Date September 15, A.D. 1950. MRS. EVA M TAYLOR, AAdministratrix ol the Estate of ANTHONY SICO, Deceased. SIDNEY ROBBINS Attorney for Administratrix 9 22-29 10/6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in Iness under tlie fictitious name of SIN & SURF SHOP at Tim Collins Avenui. I 'ade < 'ount.v, state of Floi Ida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade County. Floi iila JUAL SHERIDAN BEN STAREN JACK A. ABBOTT Attorney for Applicants :• 22-29 l" 6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious nan f A|,.x Printing Service al 18 N E. Mth Street, Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Com, of Dade CountV, Florida. HERBERT ESSEN and ROSE ESSEN, t iwneis MARX FABER Attorney for Applicants Congress r.uiMing t 29 l" 6-13-20 SEITLIN & COMPANY V_ PERSONAL AND COMMERCIAL COVERAGES PHONE 9-3836 iv •, N n TI 9 E BY PUBLICATION li .•V-'.-vi.".* 1 1 1 -Ol'RT OF THE ;•;•, ;V JUDICIAL CIRCUIT '., 'J-:;.\ : |I,A lx AND FOR DADE {jgJ, NTT IN CHANCERY, No. JOHN c HJCKEY, Plaintiff, vs. J.i -A AMANDA HICKEY, Defendant, .. Sl 1 1 I'oi: DIVORCE I": Euls Amanda Hlokey jJM Lansing Street, Chattai ga, Tenm You are herebj notified thai a BUI of omplalnl r..r invoice hai been rued againsl you, and you are required to st-rve a copy ,,r your Answer oi Lading t,, the Kill ,,| Complain, ,,„ the plaintiff* Attorney, Arnold Watts, *B2S North VVesi 22nd Avenue, Mil Florida, and file the original Answer or leading in the office of the Cl. rk or the t ireuit com i on or before the IS ,!.,> of o, tober, 1950. If you fall to do so, judgment by default will be taken againsl you for the relief demanded In the inn of Complaint. Tins notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in lieJewish Florldlan DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, tins is da} of September, A.D. E. It. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit curt. Dade County, Florida. (i Ircult Court Seal) By WM. w. STOCKING, I >eputj i i.-rk. ARNOLD WATTS. s>i:'s N.W. 22nd Avenue Miami. Florida, Attornej for Plaintiff 9/22-29 10/6-13 LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that inundersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Lincoln Road Florlsl al 1229 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, intends i %  • register said name with the clerk .,r ti„. Circuit ourt of Dad.i "ounts. Floi Ida IRVINd WOLI'IN Sole Owner HARRY DIPT/. Attoi ney ror Applii anl 1' 8-1.1-22-29 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai tin. undersigned, desiring i,, engagi In business under the fictitious name of BIHCAYNE BEACH AITS al 6 1311 640, 650 and 660 -lih Street, Miami Ileach, Florida, intends to register -aid name with the Cl rk of the Clrcuil i mil t of Dad.Count} Florida MARSHALL APARTMENTS, INC By Pen Oilier, Presidenl MYERS, HEIMAN St KAPLAN AM., i neys for Applicant 9/15-22-29 10/6 I* N. K. 2nd ST. MIAMI 32. FLA. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business letthe fictitious name of POINCIANA MA It at 725 N. B. 1st Avenue, Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. W'U.LIAM F. WYNN OMIN F. PARKER STANLEY D. CAIDIN Attorney for William F. Wynn and Orln P. Parker • 9/22-29 10/6-13 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ll'l'll JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOB DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 135371 PEARL FRANCES SKINNER, Plaintiff, vs. DEFOE L. SKINNER, Defendant TO: DEFOE L. SKINNER c O THE T< IMPS IA II. NEW YORK, N. Y. Yop are hereby required to serve a copy of your answer to the Mill of Complain) for Divorce on the Plaintiffs Attorney and to file the original answer in the office of the Clerk Of the Circuit Court on or before the 16th day of October, A.D. 1930; otherwise, th,Pill of Complain! for Divorce heretofore filed herein will be taken as confessed by you, DATED al Miami. Florida, this 14 day of September, A.D. 1950. i: B, LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By: WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk, Name and Address of Plaintiff's Attorney: NORMAN It LYONS 914 Olympla Building Miami. Florida. ,, 22-29 I" 6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring io engage In business under the fictitious name of BISCAYNE BEACH APTS. at 625, 635, 646, 655 and 66.1 s:;,,| Street. Miami Beach, Florida, intends to register said name with ti„. clerk of the circuit < OUIl of Dade Connie, Florida CAROLE JEAN APARTMENTS, INC By Men oilier, President MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicant 9/15-22-29 10 •; NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN t'OI 'NTY JUDGE'S I "< MPT. DADE Cl IUNTY, FLORIDA.—No RE: ESTATE OF ANNA c KEHOE, I >,, NOTICE is hen b} ^i\ en thai l havi filed m\ fiual report and i Final Discharge as Execul estate of A ana i'. Kehoe, dei %  and thai on the 2 du} ,,i Oi 1950, dl ipplj ••. the Honotabli W. P. BLANTON, Count; Judgi o Dade County, Floi Ida, for appro\ al ol final repot i and fi r final -ias Execul i is of the i stute ol Anns Q Kehoe, decea -• d. This L'Mh day of August, I 150. KATIIRYN I'. I.I-: JL'ENE MILTON A. FitlKDMAN A i torne} f,,i Kathi %  ne F I.I, Executrix ol the Estate of Anna c. Kehoe, Di eased. 1023 Seyhold Bldg., Mian I, Floi Ida II S-15-22-29 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desli nig to business under the fictitious n ACE MACHINE, Tool, ,\ DIE WORKS .,i 3071 S. W. 87th Avi Miami, Fla., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Comity. Florida. v CHARLES RUBIN SAM KAMI" BEN ESSEN, ESQ., Attorne} for Charles Rubin, Sam Kara '.i 15-22-29 10/6 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of THE FROHMAN MANUFACTURING CO. at 3333 N, W. No. River Drive, Miami, Florida, intend t,. register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad. County, Florida. PHYLLIS FROHMAN HAPPY FROHMAN ARONOVITZ AND ARONOV1TZ Attorneys for Phyllis Frohman and Han. Frohman 9 22-29 l" 'l 13 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pursuant tO the Fictitious Name Statute, that the undersigned, desiring to engaged in business under tinfictitious name of: EASTERN PRESS PHOTO BUREAU at 404 mth Street, Miami Beach, Florida. intends to register said fictitious name In the office of the Clerk of the Clrcuil Court of Dade County. Florida, HAL KAYE • DAVID L. MOLDAN Owners IRVING CYPEN Attorney for Applicants 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida 9 i -22-29 l/6 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious m %  ol BISCAYNE BEACH API'S al 8300. 8310, 8320, 8330 and S:;III Crespl Boulevard, Miami Beach, Florida, intends to register said name with the Chirk of the Circuit Court Of Dade Count*, Florida. PAIL APARTMENTS, INC. By Men Oilier, President MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicant 9/15-22-29 10/6 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, N AND Fop DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. I 15191. LENA FLOWERDAY, Plaintiff, vs. OE< IROE II. Fl.i IWERDAY, l lefendant. SFIT FOR DIVORCE TO: GEORGE H. FLOWERDAY, It ESIDENCE I' N K N i > W N. Von. GEORGE II. FLOWERDAY, Residence Unknown, are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed againsl you, and you are reQulrod to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, HAROLD SHAPIRO, 927 Lincoln Road, Miami Peach, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of tinCircuit Court orr or before the 7th day of October, I960, If you fall to do so. Judgment by default will intaken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in The Jewish Florldlan. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this iitli day of September, A.D. 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) P> R HAROLD SHAPIRO (IL'T Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 9/15-22-29 10/6 II MICK. .IP... Deputy Clerk. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No. 135083. J( IHN M. FRAN( 'I Plaintiff, vs. DOROTHY FRANCO, Defendant, TO: DOROTHY FRANCO NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Golden Gate Grocer* al 850 South Dixie Highway, Coral Gables, Florida, Intends to 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 B-15-22-29 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of SCHOR PLAZA HOTEL at 2129 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HAMMY GOLDHAGEN HARRY DIETZ Attorney for Applicant :i 22-29 in 6-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of BEN FRANKLIN UNIFORMS at IT N'.K. lith Street, Miami. Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida HENRY DONNER RICHARD STRICHAUTZ Attorney for Henry Donner 9/22-21 10/6-13 O *.,,!. DATED at Miami, Florida, this :il day of August. 1950. K. It. LEATHERMAN, Cl.-rk of the Clrcuil Court. Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal I By; M. %  Name and Address of Plaintiff's Attorney NORMAN It. LYONS :ii Olympla Mniiding Miami, Florida 9 8-15-22-29 C. FEIGE, Deputy cu-ik. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TIIK ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, NO. 1S-,L>S:;. ANN ELIZABETH FRAZEE, Plaintiff, e DONALD LAVERNE FRAZEE, I vf< :iY 11 BRi >w X. Plaintiff, \ s. ETHEL BROWN, lx fendant. •I'II ETHEL BROWN I luPont i 'lass Ape i ments DuPont Circle Washington, D. r\ Y( 'I A RE N( IT1FIE1' thai ., B Complaint for divorce lias been filed against you in the above Cause, and you are required to serve a your Answer on the plaintiff and tile the original in lie<>tf.. th.('lerk ,,t" the 'Ireuit Court, on or before the 6th day of October, otherwise the allegations ol Bftl I Bill ,,f Complain) will be taken as confessed by you. September 6, 1950. I-: B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C, FEIGE. Deput} Clerk. JACK A. ABBOTT Attorney for Plaintiff !i27 Lincoln P-,ad Miami Beach, Florida :i 8-15-22 29 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOP. DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, NO. IMTII:;. In Re: ESTATE OF CHARLES I". REDER, I eci ased. To All Creditors and All Pel sol H i Ing claims or 1 >e nds Agalt s.i.,l State: Yon. and each of you, are hen r,,,iifi,-,l and required to present any claims and demands which j iu, or either of ou, may have agal estate of CHARLES P REDER, ded, late nf I ade ('ountj F orld I to the Hon. W. F. BLANTON Judge of Dade County, and file the same in his office In the Count Courthouse In Dade County, r within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication he Of. Said claims or demands t<< %  the legal addlesof the claimant and to be sworn t,, and presenti I aforesaid, or sain.will ihaired. Be< Section 120 .,r tin1933 Probate A '• Dai,Sept I. A.D. 1950. HERBERT 8. SHAPIRO. As Executor of the Last Will an I Testament of Charles F. Red Deceased, BERICK and SHAPIRO By MORRIS BERICK Attorneys for Executor 9/8-15-22-29 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ll'l'll JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AN! FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. 185082 McCLAIN W. HAMILTON. Pluntltt. vs. MAGGIE HAMILTON, Defendant. TO: MAGGIE HAMILTON 12 BEST STREET DAYTON. OHIO TOP are hereby required to serve a ropy of your answer to the Mill of Complaint for Divorce on the Plaintiffs Attorney, and to file the original Answer In the Offlre of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 2nd day of October, I960: otherwise the Mill of Complain! for i •• heretofore filed herein will he taken as confessed by you. DATED at Miami. Florida, this 31 day of August, 1950. K. B. LEATHERMAN, rk of the Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (Circuit Court s,an P> M. Name and Address of Plaintiffs Attorney: NORMAN R. LYONS, 914 Olympla Building Miami. Florida 9/8-15-22-29 C. FEIGE, Deputy Clerk.



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PAGE TEN +Jelst ncrtfian FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1955 Religious Directory... North Shora Jewish Ctntei (ConseryatWe). 7110 Bay Drire. Miami Beach. Rabbi Philip Fried. ;.-. .1., 1 service! %  >' JjW Pi ...,! ., .; < < %  ..-•! H ,w, Saturday %  j -. %  11 Miami Beach Jewish Community Center (Conservative). 1701 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor Jacob Y. Goldrina. %  1 %  • %  %  %  • Eitr Chaim Cong. 'Orthodox'. Tides Hotel. Miami Beach. Rabbi H. Horowitz. N. W. Religious Congregation. 3681 N. W. 2nd St. Temple Betn Snolom (Liberal). 4144 Chase AveMiami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel Kelemer. 1 Friday evenm* eervlcef at S:l5. 1 R abb .eon Kroi in •' offlclaU and Mltsvah of Edward i... a> Shemlnl Ataeree %  M-••"; %  %  "ll • %  .tudent.ol •" % %  ~ %  • ... it. : ruei Jewish Community Center (Conservative). 2020 Polk St.. Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig; F i II %  Sal HoniR -.ornir.g t 9 00 Coral Gabies Jewish Center 'Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Sltop: Cantor Joseph W. Malelc: Steve Kessler. organist. Palermo Ave. near Le Jeune. %  reach on th. Vn On. %  '• %  %  %  • ......... _• !• % % %  m'K i tor; %  %  %  • •A • %  • Congregation toung Israel (Orthodox), 4001 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach. • • %  .; -• %  • % %  • Thu • nth. Temple Israel (Reform). 137 N.E. 19th St. Dr. Joseph R. Narot. Rabbi. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Rabbi Emeritus. .... %  %  t %  -.• %  i Minn Monda %  .... ; • %  Norlhsiae Jewish Center. Douglas Gardens. N.E. 2nd Ave. and 53rd St. %  % % % %  %  North Dade Jewish Center 'Conservative), 13630 W. Dixie Highway, North Miami. r. la evenl ....... at 8:15. %  ,• Inv :. "-I rli* II Temple Isaiah (Reform). 1536 Bay Road. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moshay P. Mann. Dr. Paul Beck, cantor. • Km r ri ,n Hul) I • Ital will .-i %  ••..; Congregation Beth Jacob (Orthodox). 301-311 Washington Ave.. | Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. r| tin I mj HI • II a n ha ..' >:4." r.l %  !'.. I;., \.. ... %  .. %  V ... : %  It. ... I.llit; Sim him Torah ei vli en tn |ie|| i T • %  • It .". I." |i ill. LEGAL NOTICE T'Fereth israel Congregation of Miami (Orthodox). 4316 N.W. 7th Avenue. m. with Mlncha at •> •in that area are invitea Congregation Kneseth Israel (Traditional). 1415 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H. Ever. Abraham Seif. Cantor. i Prldas • „' • • Maarii %  Ual service* at 8 a.m M .1 • a.to p.m. T ienda> Shemlnl Men IPI il %  will deliver %  I • Jo> i uenday at p m. an 1 We Ir.eeday at 8 a m. BSmeBM Israelite Center (ContervatiT.) 3198 S. W. 24th Terr. Rabbi A. %  SJSIrtM -"vice, at li Saturday morning *t %  I*>eervlcee ,l "West Miami Jewish Center. 5720 ; S .W. 17th St. (Conservative).. Rabbi Exra Lifshits. I, .lay utehi service* at s p.m. Flagler-Granada Jewish Center. 175 S.W. 45th Ave. %  rtcei Tueedaj %  Congregation Beth David (Conservative). Coral Way and 26th Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamche*. ,. Mn ,. ... ... lay morning al • P avW •"V ; -V T*a ,, ,-, y.. :....n Levitt I '•" %  > N ha and v;.. r Tueaday at 10 _a.ni. .,, will be i B ightV Slmchae Torah services lay at 7:30 and Wednesday at Congregation Beth TtUah (Orthodox). 935 Euclid AvaMiami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Radeon sky. Friday evening aervlcea al 8:W. lay morning al I 10 The rat.hi wlllpr. rtlon of the week. followed b) Shaloe Setidox ai .1 Maai l aervli e M>da> H Rabba al a.m. Monda) ,• t u m Tuesday at • %  > '<> M''""' '._.,,... |0;3II a.m. Slmchas Tnrah •> n m Wednesda) B a m. Dally,service n followed by .-lass in Ulahna. Min, IK, services al 6 00 followed on Sirlavs Tuesdays and Thursdays by I class in' I-aws and Customs, and nn Mondavs and Wednesdays by class In Jewish Legends of the Talmud. First Jewish Congregation of Coral Gables. d618 Ponce de Leon Blvd.. Rabbi Ralph De Kovan. Hhemlnl AUerea Monday at I p.m Rabbi I'e Koven win officiate and deliver th.sermon. M.-nv.rial service 0 at I0:0 am. Kahlil s toi.l.. Men on Blmchaa Torah at p.m. Congregation Beth El (Orthodox). 590 S.W. 17th AT*. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Cantor Jacob E. Tambor. Friday evening services at 6:00 p.m. Saturdav morning services at 8:30. ; Rabbi flrauer will preach on The on -f the Week." Mlncha at I I ,||owed by Shaloa Budos gervli es ., ,„ Hn-haiia nal.l..li r :. sdaj • %  m Bhemlnl Vtxeres Rabbi Qrauer will preach a, • on "The Beauty ..! Memory" al n a.m Blmchaa Torah ,. Tuesday .t 1 P-m' ,n(1 wao nesda) al • a.m. Miami Hebrew School and Congregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April Cantor Berele Kelemer. Friday evening services at ••Jfti Saturday morning at Hie rabbi will un "The Religious Philosophy of Koheleth." Mlshna at 5:S0 followed 'by Mlncha, Shaloa Budos and Maarlv services Sunday school at 10 a.m. Hebrew school daily :0 t.. I:M p.m. Dally services "% %  a.m. and 6 p.m. Monday Hosh i Rabbah i:80 a.m. Monday evening Slu-niinl Atzeres 6 u m Tuesday flskor at 11 a.m. Rahbl \j.ril will speak on "ThConnecting Link." Evening services at •> p-m. Wednesday Blmchaa Torah 9 a.m. Klddush served In Buccah. Hebrew Academy. 9i8 6th g^ Miami Beach. ** Friday evening aervlcei at i.n Saturday morning service! \< Rabbi C.r.iss will speak 0 | "The Beai ol Bocleslastes sm i Shal.-s Seudos will be •,. l m mediately after. Hosts for II IJ5" Bhaloa Beudos will be Harn KatsiiJ laadore Bpolter. Buecoa %  .., J$, be held Tuesday and \V. !• esdav J !• a.m Tuesday mon ... ; ,' will speak on "Shemlnl • Farewell.•' Slmchas Torah ; v Tu. day at 8:80 p.m. Dail) 7:3" a.m. and 6:1" p.m .. .,.,.''' inir services at • Rabl teach %  class in Misl rdsv • %  6:30. al See or Phone Me NAT GANS 3-4616 — 4-9981 LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS Metropolitan Life Ins Co. 907 Biscayne Bldg 19 W. 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PAGE FOURTEEN +Jeisti fhrid/ian FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29. 1950 Jan Christian Smuts-The Boer General Who Became A Champion Of Zion bitter political strife, a coalition government, and joined hands with Gen. Hertzog, his rival for so many years. His life had been crowded with incident, with service and with glory. If ever a statesman could lay claim to an honorable rest, it was Smuts. But he could not do it. Through the confusion of a broken world, and the confusion of a South Africa By EDGAR BERNSTEIN JOHANNESBURG—A remarkinto the Bushveld that he loved. able symbolism must seem, to the On Rosh Hashona eve. he had tohavi nvestedthe spent the day quietly with his • Jan Christian Smuts on family, had a light supper and i n ,, duri tlu war he saw night of Rosh Hashona— retired to bed. He died, quickly igh the God of Israel and peacefully, as he got to his en this particular nightibed. in r if S iuts' ardent From all over the world the championship of the Jewish namessages of condolence came which wove from Truman in America, from i ntinu thread through the I Churchill in England, from Attlee a^dj considering the possibility of 'neutrality during the war. he a line of conduct he felt to be and glorious years of his and King George, from Weizied public life. Rabbis remann. ill himself and recuperatferred to the symbolism as they ing in Switzerland: from these and I South African Jewry's countless more, paying homage to at his passing in their Rosh his great life of service and in ma sermons the next day. particular to its most recent highFor South African Jewry, the light, his great leadership of the New Year was indeed clouded by Union during the second Woild the sad news of this great man's War. death. Throughout his life he had Smuts was 69 when war broke been very close to this communout-oU enough to retire graceitv. speaking in its defense when .fully from he political stage had the voice of anti-Semitism sought he wished to do so He had had to defame it; expressing public in his time, all the honor and appreciation of its contributions glory a statesman can get fiom to the progress and welfare of life. He had been, at 28 an atSouth Africa; exhorting it as torney general of the Transvaal, much as any Zionist leader to at 30 a commander in the Boer continue its efforts in support of War; a founder, ten years later, of the Jewish National Home. South the Union of South Africa; a African Jews had received with minister of its cabinet and after deep anxiety the news of the first the death of his friend and leader major illness Gen. Smuts had ever Louis Botha, its premier. He.had had—the pneumonia he developed been called to Lloyd Oeorge_s Unas a result of his insistence on perial War Cabinet in 1911. had fulfilling the strenuous program helped to settle the Israel Rebelof activities that took place at lion and. with Woodrow Wilson, • id of May in celebration of to establish the League of Nahis 80th birthday; they received tions. He had helped to create the with great relief the news of his British Commonwealth and had gradual recovery. Then he had been one of the prime authors of felt sufficiently well, after the the Balfoui Declaration. and anxious fight against Back in South Africa, he had disease, to drive out once again helped to build, after years of CJIHF Southeastern ltt the New Orleans Jewish Welfare Federation, is Board Meeting Called A special board meeting of the Miami Beach Lodge. B'nai B'rith, will be held in the offices ol lodge president. Godfrey K. Newman, on Friday, September 29. at 2 p.m. Plans will be set for the 1 • kick-off breakfast which will launch the National Roll Call Membership Campaign in the Miami Beach area on Sunday, October 15. Israel's economic and philanthropic problems, will report to the region's representatives on the •'Responsibilities of Local Jewish Communities on the Overseas and Domestic Scene.-." Other sessions at the conference will be devoted to refugee resettlement problems, Jewish education and community relations, the CJFWF regional president added. right—that line which was to bring South Africa into the very thick of the war beside the Allies —and he felt it was his duty to pursue it. This was one of the chief elements in the character of Jan Christian Smuts: this recognition of duty, and the obligation to carry ft out. In this sense he had an almost puritanical conception of life and the world; he believed in honor, justice, loyalty, truth. His mind might range the centuries and keep abreast of the discoveries of science and explorations of philosophy; but fundamentally he was anchored to the views and canons which the world's greatest writers had enshrined in the deathless words of the Old Testament. There you have the defining characteristic of the man who was Gen. Smuts: he was. in his essence, an Old Testament sage. "The older I get." he once told his biographer, Mrs. Millin, "the more of an Hebraist I become. They knew God. those old Jews. They understood the needs of the soul." But there are reasons even deeper than honor and duty which hi-Id Smuts to the course he took in life. Smuts was. fundamentally, a philosopher, and his actions sprang from his philosophy of life. That philosophy he elaborated in his book,%"Holism and Evolution"—one of the most brilliant reviews of scientific thought and development our century has seen. The same philosophic outlook was basic to his championship of Zionism, which had no greater Gentile spokesman than Field Marshal Smuts. Zionism, too, he saw as a form of emergent nationhood; and it was one of the happinesses of his life that he saw it realized in the creation of the state of Israel. He interceded time and time again against the restrictive policy with the British government pursued at the Mandatory power in Palestine. He appeared on Zionist platforms in South Africa and abroad to add the encouragement of his prestige to the movement And he was the first Commonwealth premier to accord official recognition to the Jewish state, soon after its establishment. "Whether I am in South Africa or London." he once said, "or wherever I may be. I will serve the cause, not because it is a Jewish cause, but because it is a great human cause." "We shall stand for a national home for the Jews," he said in another speech, "and look upon that as an act of national reparation which will rank as one of the historic achievements in the world." He told Mrs. Millin that he considered the work he had done at 'on of % for Zionism "a justify life." The settlement of Kfar Wi, Smuts in Israel will remataT*" living monument to the ?„ a place which the **$ Christian Smuts will ever hid** Jewish hearts. hold W 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 The Showcase of Good Food The GOVERNOR CAFETERIA 1225 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH Mannheimer Appointed Membership Chairman Milton Mannheimer. Miami Beach attorney, has been named membership chairman of North Shore Lodge. B'nai B'rith, it has been announced by Lodge President Leonard Tobin. 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PAGE SIXTEEN +Jenist) Her Mian FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29 Peron Replies To Argentine Jewry BUENOS AIRES, (JTA) — The DAIA. central representative body of Argentine Jewry, this week received a reply from President Juan Peron to its appeal last week that he take measures against anti-Semitic publications in Argentina. The reply pointed out that direct action could not be taken ..gainst the newspapers because they enjoy the freedom of the press. The reply, signed by the President's secretary, says that the sent:ments of the publications cited by the DAIA do not represent the feeling of the Argentine people and that the "President's opinions regarding the question has caused you concern are well known and no campaign intending to change them will succeed.'" The note concluded with the hepe that the expression of the President's sentiments would The fears of the Jewish community. Earlier, President Peron was (. ted by a spokesman of the OIA (Organizacion Israelita Arna), pro-Peron Jewish is declaring that recent -S itic street incidents took pli \'i re als i directed against thi vei nment tended to destroy the : ling ham ony." S non Chichilnitzky, i it oi the OIA. said after ng % %  %  i %  • %  that the : %  lenl 1 %  ..:. %  .in publii not ted. Peron also p j • • I • admisof 25 .1 • Coloi tion A tiol well the living in < HA led. JEWS IN SPORTS By HASKELL COHEN "V*V^"V r*-*~Vv*^r*^r+'\**^*~\*~\ l<:gv|t To Demand Rppalrialion III" Arab II %  % %  ;<<* : : %  .: SUCCESS, JTA) — r. v\\{ insisl t the forththe United v that embly i y oul the re: m Ara %  Gem I ve Lie i ade puhlic. ..: ; Faw • Bey. Egypt's U \\ delegate, recalled that %  ii \• mbly in December, 1948, and again in December. 1949. instructions for the return : •• Pi II stine refugees to their and the payment of compensation due to those not desirreturn." Noting that the r N Pi lestine Conciliation Comn had not c ut the the resi lutii n, Fawzi ared: "Egypt will ask the Assi mbly for effect to be th %  instructions." ptian item has ai c >rd; en plai ed >n tl v ional agi nda. Also .on thi enda is a that the Arab nanent invital ttend si sions of the Gi r Assi mbly, Lou Gross, of the Williamsburg YMHA in Brooklyn, has won an appointment to West Point. Gross goes in on his own merit, not on a Congressional appointment. He vied with several hundred candidates and came out on top in the rigid examinations offered by the United States Military Academy. Lou has been a member of the Williamsburg YMHA for the past few years and probably will be good enough to make the Cadet hoop team. • • • Bobby Sand, coach of the American-Israeli team currently touring South America, writes this corner that last week, "at the request of Brazilian officials, we scrimmaged for 30 minutes amongst ourselves, (I was the • ".th man), in an exhibition before the state-wide high school sports tournament being held in I Sao Paulo. The next day we plaved in Rio Clara and beat an All-Star quintet 62-36. Wednesday, we plaved in Campinas and beat the All-Stars 66-49. Each of these games saw our regulars— Roman. Cohen. Goldberg. Roth— ng only one-half of the game. "We have an excellent team— ryone in Brazil says that it is easily the best North American im to play here. This includes I the teams from Utah. Brigham Young, and the Pacific Coast Coles All-Stars. By the way. B iwling Grei n has lost two games thus far to 1 al clubs. We beat that knocked off B ..:.Green the first night we and we played one I • iff the plane." Requi sts have been coming in the New York offices for apes of the United States 1 Team but it is I impossible to fill any of these reiqu< %  Ai gentina wants I to i thi boys for a series of I Puerto Rico is pleadfor at least two games against the University of Puerto Rico. • • Brooklyn baseball fans were Rosh Hashona when Jake Pith i. coach, and Cal Abrams, outfielder, did not appear on the field. Both men were apparently taking off on account of, j the High Holidays, marking a newhigh in religious observance by major league baseball players. In former years. Pitler staved on the I coaching line, but this isn't a pennant year for the Dodgers so they could afford to let him attend | to his religious duties. Besides, I Branch Rickey isn't one to hurt ; his Jewish patronage if it means | nothing to the welfare of his club. Consequently, the two Jewish performers were allowed to take off. Incidentally, Abrams, after fifteen consecutive times at bat without a hit, finally broke through for his first base hit as a Dodger this summer. Leo Gottlieb, recently released I by the New York Knickerbockers : as their scout, is trying to catch i on as a referee with the Ameri1 can Basketball League Nori man Drucker, former City College hoop star and all-around athlete who recently recovered from a serious hernia operation, has received an appointment in the New i York City educational system and is teaching Physical Education in %  one of Brooklyn's toughest neighborhoods Sid Youngerman, co-captain of the Abraham Lincoln basketball team in Brooklyn. one of the most sought-after athletes in the East, has accepted a scholarship to the University of Alabama. His co-captain at Lincoln. Red Leibowitz. will matriculate at Davis & Elkins Sid Dambrot. younger brother of ail-American Irwin who graduated last June from City College, returns to Duquesne University j after having attended that institution for a month last fall. The experts claim that Sid is potentially a greater ball player than his famous brother and already SSes one of the finest set shots along the Eastern seaboard University of Illinois alumni are rooting for Irv Bemoras, sophomore hoop flash with the Illini, who graduated from Chiocrjusrs PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED LENSES AND FRAMES DUPLICATED LARGE SELECTION IN LATEST STYLES Beach Optical Service 350 Lincoln Road Suite 502 — Phone 5-5419 PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. Miami's One And Only JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS Large Stock On Hand For Immediate Delivery I Serving the Jewish Community Since1926 Exclusive Dealers ROCK of AGES MEMORIALS 3277-79 S.W. 8th Street Phone 4-5922 S. J. Freedman HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington Are. Miami Beach Between Fourth and Fifth Sts. Hebrew Religious Supplies For Synagogues and Prirale Use. Also for Hebrew Schools. D'lBD 12113 Telephone 5-9017 Whan t lellow goti a'couitlng 01 4 loff I j iwtet young thing Chanm n h'Il wind up girlng her A iptrkling wedding ring. Bat before they tie the nuptUI knet We'll nit 'em igilalioi By inriting then to Hilcralt For their wedding irmlation. There'e beeuly In the craltimanihlp 01 Hilcralt'i line engraring. Tel Bride and Groom will buy the bell At t most lubitantial raving. So when there'i romance in the air And TOD want to name the day, Let Hilcralt do It lor you la the rery marUit way. 10 (npravinf Company IM N.I. SIXTH STRUT nWHOMI t S>11*4 "Recent developments present both you and us with an opportunity and a challenge. We are now faced with a real test to prove the validity of the faith of hundreds of thousandsseeking salvation in the Jewish State. Two large and ancient Jewish communities, long border-locked and restricted within conditions making normal life impossible, have now been given a opportunity for release and a chance for rehabilitation. Lifted restrictions on emigration from Roumania and Iraq make possible the migration of tens of thousands monthly. "We are prepared to take them within a short period without limitations, but without your wholehearted assistance this is impossible. The continued lack of cash threatens the perpetuation of a large idle group within Israel. I urge you to redouble your efforts for the United Jewish Appeal, to conclude all campaigns successfully as quickly as possible, and to convert all pledges into cash for immediate rescue and rehabilitation work." David Ben Gurion Prime Minister of Israel cago high school ranks touted as one of the best in the nation the vear before last. Israel Land Tract Dedicated To Truman TEL AVIV, (JTA)-TJS land located near the LvdKi?' field was dedicated rerWi N Kfar Truman, in honor $A United States Presided Ve'i^ belonging to the Jewish Nati \ Fund, will be settled S "l? 1 80 immigrant families fromfe em Europe. Ws lParticipating in the dedicate ceremonies, in addition to olil n of the government, were *S members of the American E delegation who were in I sr B i consult with Israel govern!, ^ and Jewish Agency \7ZT" floating a $1,500,000,000 loan ^ the Jewish state. These fti" Benjamin G. Browdv, pre ?d'n, .da and Dr Harris J. Levine.prL ident of the JNF nf 4 !" „ Speakers at the dedication^" monies lauded President Truman for his aid to Israel and to th i Jewish people. flobbl Joseph E. Rackonky 818 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach Phone 5-3595 Price Without Quality Is No Bargain! WESSEL'S DELUXE Laundry & Dry Cleaning Service 10o Discount For Cash and Carry Expert Alterations Pick-Up and Delivery Esther Wessel DleAitA OZ. 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FBIDAY SEPTEMBER 29, 1950 +Jewist ncridiar PAGE THIRTEEN ^T.umt^iiiumwwLLui...,, ,. Off the Record By NATHAN ZIPRIN ——^——M FACTS AND FIGURES rate in Israel is relow when it is conCidert-d what transition the country is doing The crime oarkably .~..A u/nni iraiisii'un through. Over the reive months the homicide f W as one a week. The police the year reported 200 fate durind and 10.000 thefts. Ninety^ giveness from God „,. C ent of the homicide defendnts were Arabs. The hold-up rate uld be lower still if the police ,1 count the Arab infiltrees ,, v ivi were charged with theft of Lit| ( There were over 4000 such | a ione. The twelve month feeriod showed a suicide increase. I e 144 suicides and about 1100 unsuccessful attempts. Half of Ue suicides and would-be suicides 1 new immigrants. The police 1 showed an increase of trime among minors. There were I, of minors as compared Iwith 250 the year before. HowL V i thi e is a possibility the %  higher figure does not reflect mucn a higher delinquency ,.,,,. as ,, better police detection %  system %  • Latin-America has a Itotal Jewish population of 639.500. | with a total population lion, has 400.000 Jews. [ the Jewish population 110.000, or barely a fifth of one %  per cent ol the entire population. ith a population of 12.500.000 has only 36.000 Jews. |l ,II. 000 Jews and Mexico, :,ulation of more than I has 20.000 Jews. The I i nentioned countries have a in' 596,000 Jews. In | aru 11,000 Jews, in [ ,.,, 10.000. in Equador 4.500, Veni zuela 4,500, in Bolivia, [.. Peru about 3,000. The j I Latin-American counlunt among them about 16.000 Jews According to latest there are about 3,907 in all of Ireland. Dublin | holds 3,305. A decade ago in's Jewish population was 1,350. In Belfast, north Ireland, | eare J.J23 Jews, or a decrease f(.f 161 in the last three years. \CUPPIXG FROM ISRAEL Some weeks ago we recorded in L'AV.column the story of the mysdisappearance of a is "shofer." The shofer, ..id. had been brought to by a Jew who had isly escaped death at the Oswjecim death camp. was used by the Jews :n at a special service I immediately upon the ment of the gruesome S i sacied did they conhofer that they began legends about it even Oswiecim. Legend had the very shofer Messiah will use in judgment day. When horn was brought to it was placed in the ion Mount Jerusalem. Rethe administrators of the ng reported the shofer hud len. And there was specplenty. The leading jthi that it was the work %  .itheists. Another theory was extremely religious I %  ..'.. %  who removed the instrunce the legend about the shofei ,vas inconsistent with the ianic concept. The ReMinistry was quite disover the incident. Shortly eH >sn Hashona the mystery Ived. When the secretary Ri ligious Ministry came to ffice some two weeks ago ind the shofer on his office Al mgside was a note from > said that he had stolen unent because he wanted to have the distinction of blowing Messiah's shofer on Rosh Hashona. But when he realized that the Days of Awe were approaching he was seized by pangs of conscience. The "thief" promised in his letter that he would seek special foron the Day of Atonement. KOREAN NOTES You wouldn't believe it but the fact is that Jewish DP's in Germany are victims of the Korean conflict. Since the Korean war American screening officials in Germany have turned down hundreds of Jewish applicants for American visas. The excuse is suspicion of communism. Intelligence service officials are reported asking Jewish applicants why they want to settle in America instead of going to Israel Korea was recently the subject of an interesting linguistic study by Dr. H. L. Gordon. Dr. Gordon discovered a remarkable similarly between Hebrew and Korean. The words for father, mother, brother and sister are almost identical in both languages. Dr. Gordon cites about fifty such words. His study is the first attempt at a comparative study of the two languages. He believes a more detailed study will reveal definite Hebraic influences in the Korean tongue. CALENDAR ODDITY The Detroit Jewish News in its Rosh Hashona issue makes the interesting observation that the Jewish New Year occurred the earliest in 100 years on the Gregorian calendar on September 5, 1899. The latest it occurred in the century cycle was on October 5 and 6 of 1929, the same dates on which it will fall in 1967. In 1951 Rosh October 1. is due to the fact that 5711 is a leap year on the Jewish calendar. Tense Situation In Israel Over Jordan Claims To Disputed Area Eased JERUSALEM, (JTA) -The tense situation prevailing in Israel over the Jordan claims to the Naharayim area and the reported Amman threats of military action against the Jewish state appeared to have eased following a meeting of the Israel-Jordan mixed armistice commission here. It was re* ported that representatives of the United States, Britain and France paid a visit to the armistice commission and the Israel Foreign Ministry and pointed out that they are opposed to any action Hashona will fall on I which would endanger the present The wide difference peace. The Transjordan delegation to the commission asked for and obtained postponement of discussion on the complaint made by Israel that Transjordan had served an ultimatum demanding Israel withdrawal from the Yarmuk area. The Israel delegation raised the question, referring to the Transjordan Foreign Minister's statement that force would be employed to oust the Israelis from the area unless they withdrew. The Jordanian spokesman said they were not authorized and were not sufficiently informed to Sewing Group To Meet Beginning Monday, October 2. the Sewing Group of Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom, under the chairmanship of Mrs. Camille Baum, will meet each Monday from 10:30 a.m. until noon. The group will create hand-made articles to be sold at the sisterhood bazaar slated for December 5 and 6. deal with the matter. Their request for postponement of the discussion was granted with the proviso that the question would be discussed as soon as possible. Pending this discussion, the Israeli delegation lefused to discuss the recent incidents in the Musrara Quarter of Jerusalem on-the grounds that it was pointless to discuss minor matters as long as Jordan fails to gives assurances that it is not bent on waging war against Israel The mixed armistice commission has settled the dispute between Israel and Lebanon over the violation of Israel territory by a Lebanese plane last July 24. Two passengers on the plane were killed and several were wounded when Israel fighters fired on the Lebanese transport. The commission assessed each party a portion of the blame, holding Lebanon responsible for the violation of Israel territory and the Jewish state responsible for the resultant strafing of the plane by Israel fighters which pursued it over the Lebanese border. The question of compensation was left to the nations involved. 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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1950 Council Women To Launch Seasonal Activities At Tea; Mrs. Farr Re-Elected *JewistiFk>ridHa,n Section of National ,1 ,,f Jewish Women will inal activities with ,-tca and Ont'K at on Saturday, October 14. 0 p.m. at the Shore Club n Fan has been rent if the organin. Others named to office were Libow, first vice Mrs. Leonard Beklner. 5ident; Mrs. Julius A. Oshlag, third vice president; jjrs. Aaron Kanner, treasurer; jj rs .1 -i ph Gleicher, financial tary; Mrs. M. Meyerowitz, nl financial secretary; Mrs. \Vn n, recording secretary; Mrs. Bob Schwartz, cornding secretary; Miss Edna [Kaufman, aditor; Mrs. Isidor | Cohen, honorary president. Members of the board and the I committees of which they are chairman include Mrs. Sydney L. Weintraub, Mrs. Harry Schiff, [forum: Mrs. I. E. Harris, scholarship: Mrs. Harold Rand, social [legislation: Mrs. Nathaniel Levin, [social welfare; Mrs. Leopold L. [Schwartz, program; Mrs. Stanley [c. Myers, service for foreign [born: Mrs. Reuben Rochkind, new neighbor committee; Mrs. Ethel [Goldstein, port and dock; Mrs. [Bernard Fuller, ship-a-box; Mrs. %  Alyce Mayne, thrift shop; Mrs. Uerry Lelchuk, thrift shop treasluri-r: Mrs Alfred Sandier, volun[ %  %  .' J iseph Fcnias. ways land means; Mis. Leila E. RosenIthal. international relations; Mrs. ISam Javer, Mrs. Ada Joseph, re[: brance hinds; Mrs. Monte \> ntarian; Mrs. Jeh| :ik Weiss, bulletin editor; Mrs. Ben Zion Olnsburg, contemporary Jewish affairs; Mrs. Joseph Williamson, dinner dance; Mrs. Rudolph Drosd, evenin cussion; Mrs. Herbert Scher, arrangements; Miss Edna Heller, community cooperation; Mrs. Jeanette Go id, hospitality; Mi Harry Barnhard, interfaith; Mrs. (Barnett Freedman, office volunteers; Mrs. Raymond Feiner, overjseas; Mrs. Alex Strauss, pledge luncheon; Mrs. Elry Stone, president's representative: Mrs. John Temple, telephone; Mrs. William Masur. stationery and paper; Mrs. Louis Lotterman, magazines; Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis, Mrs. Leo Ackerman, membership; Mrs. David Kirsch, publicity. Additional board members-atlarge are the Mesdames William Capland, Leon Kaplan, Irving Kbbley, Julius Mufson, M. L. Schwarz, Carl Weinkle, Nat L. Williams and Max Dreyer. LEGAL NOTICE INOTICK OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE ; K'S i "< ll'RT, I >A1 'E I'l II .1 1: 11 IA. No 23 I8S iK M: til III! NSTKIN lereby given that l % final, rerun ', nd tvetltli n h i: .-.HK A.lnnniMi,ii,.r % %  r SARAH BRAI'N%  TI'.IS. licensed; ami that on the 87 ik-tober, 950, will apply to ibli W I BLAXTON, [ e of I fade l'unt> Florida, •i ilcl final ie|xirl and I.MObaiK IIK Administrator K*l ite of SARAH BRAUNpTKIX, I eased dav of Hentember, i DRO MAURICE BRAUK8TKIN I SILVER |-' Vdmlnlstrator NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW K Ih HEREBY (UNION that J 1 mdi-rslgned, desiring I" engage in %  i the flctll IOUP name "f fHE JEWEL SALES CO. ;ii 12 North i. 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PAGE TWO *Jmist fkrrtisr FRIDAY. SEPTEM Rrg ? Groups To Counsel Men On Draft %  %  2%  )-2A 1-49: H. Ko'j %  7S-2 • Pi .-.: N v." 25th S -1934 .%  •t !036 NW. 2nd ) J E. G %  I %  v-' .. : : :::h si • :. El %  N v.' -•: • • i i Selecting bocks which they will discuss in the book reriew•spen icrurr. series, to be sponsored or the Siner.-.ood of the Co.al Jabies Jewish Center, are Mrs. Peter Glaxer left and Rack Morris Skop. as Mrs. Louis Lotterman. chairman of ticket sales and general arrangements, looks on. Proceeds from the forums, which will be held at the center monthly from October through April, are earmarked for the establishment of a center library. I-.M I in % % %  |-i Player Win** Place With Israel Philharmonic Orchestra ( %  able* Women Schedule Partv Mi .: %  • K tor ei %  n tor Sergi '•: to join the t during its tours 7 Mr. and Mrs M • : :: H %  Israelite Center Plans Parties %  %  %  i -. %  .. %  n "Israel %  led by : • : • % %  .: %  %  • : %  %  %  '..: V News Brief : to the COLORED MAIDS GOOD DAY WORKERS S5 ACE EMPLOYMENT 127 N.E. 1st Ave. Ph. 2-7619 Funeral Directors To Meet In Daytona Beach %  %  %  %  10 i neem I • .'. P The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH """* %  %  %  •' %  Kashruth Association. Part cpatmg • J-*^>Federation, warns the public: That only stores where the sign of the GMVH ~ ~ ', are displayed are endorsed by the Vaad: That only chickens with the ring of the GMVH T'. 0 2 are endorsed by l'r.o Vaad as kosher; That only FRESHLY KILLED chickens with the ring of the GMVH may be purchased in the live poultry market; That COLD chickens in the live poultry market cannot be er.dorsed by the Vaad because they may be Over Zman: Not to be misled by statements such as "traditional meals served" under the impression that they are kosher; That stores which are not endorsed by the Greater Miami Va ? d are not allowed to use the ring of the GMVH 1. 2. 3. A. 5, 6. For other nformatien about Kashruth can our Director. Rabb, Joseph E. Rackovsky, 8'8 Mich.gan Avenue. Telephone 5-3595. HARRY SIRKIN, Pre*. H. SOOTIN. Sec. S. LOBEL, Tr,u. SS t astc ROKEACH BORSCHT Distributed by Palm Distributor*, Inc. — 14 N.E. 24th St., Miami — Phont 3 SSM Speeial Headline 5,0 I % %  • I. All m its rutl -jay. October 6. er 2. PROFESSIONAL SINGERS—SIGHT READING ior Miami Beach Jewish Center Choir For Appointment call Mr. Ben Yomen at 5-4428 £h>venteich'* Slaek Faetory "The Talk of the Town" We Carry a Full Line of Finest Fabrics Forstmann's, Silk Gabardines Tropicals, etc.. all 100% Virgin Wool Also Complete Line of Rayons Made to Order & Ready Made 931 Washington Ave., Miami Beach TeL 58-0566 Closed Saturday Open Sunday Vv\ \4& XJ^ NA SINCLAIR ETHYL GASOLINE CONTAINS RD-1 1 9 Supplier of Sinclair Products Since 1934 Max Siegel Phone—Bus. 1-1(31 Home-2 SEASON'S GREETINGS PATS REFRIGERATION SERVICE Domestic-Commercial Service or. All Makes Phone 9-3572 3301 N. W. 17th AVE. MIAMI, FLA. o/me mnet, Attention to every detail of Jeu-ish religious requirements in an atmosphere of beauty and peace distinguishes our service to the Jeu-ish family. Our two complete funeral chapels a r e up-tothe-minute in every detail of their equipment—beautifully furnished and decorated throughout. West Flagler & 20th Ave Phone I-2SS. TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS ir 1236 Washington Ave Phone 24 II0IfR IIIILUCl'llii'lCl f 0WARD t NEWMAN. Funeral O^rectoi ABE EISENBiPC I'M** IN NEW YORK 76th StREEl AND AMSTERDAM AVENUt



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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1950 +Jewisli FlcridUan U-F Jewish Frats Pledge 62 Students Four Jewish social fraternities •it the University of Florida pledged 62 students at the end of k of the formal rush period. Although the formal rush period ended Friday evening, informal rushing and pledging will continue throughout the school year. Alpha Epsijon Pi pledged Seymour Siflinger. Irwin Wocher and Paul Guldhager, Miami Beach. Pledging Pi Lambda Phi were Jack Kaplan, Bradenton; Marvin Glickstein. Bernard Silverman, Jacksonville; Matthew Enzer, Jerry Herskowit. Kermit Imbrey, Martin Kaplan, Edward Levine, Larry Mizrach, Miami; Leonard Berg, Shalle Fine, Jacob Gottfried. Sonny Oliver, Miami Beach; Donald Metz, Paterson, N. J.; Bernard Weingarten, Port Chester. N. Y.; Lawrence Jaffe, St. Augustine; Charles Osman, Tampa: Russell Kahn. Winthrop, : Henry Caplan. Roy Clement, Atlantic City, N. J. Tan Epsilon Phi pledges include p-,ul Muldawer, Atlanta, Ga.; Alvin Buris, Daytona Beach; Al nan. Hilside, N. J.; Larry Paul Witten. JacksonPhilip Abrams, Herbert .. Rudolph Browd, Sherwin Howie Grunner, Ronald hard Kanner. Kenneth 1 %  K ufman, Lewis ,l< e Milsten, Jack ; ii ward s lv< i stein, ArAiami; Art GreenTetenbaum, OrlanGi enberg, Sai B( \i Tail pledged Richard ago, 111.: Her!) 1 : Karns, Alan Gor51 phen Kobley, Stanley .. rd Rose. Stan FriedUlan Rose, Marvin Rosen:. Richard Rubin. Herschel s In Arnold Stahl, Jerry Summers, Joel Weiner Miami; Stu rl Davidson, Tampa. Mrs. Glasser To Speak To Juniors ; Mrs. Louis Glasser of the American Jewish Congress will speak at the Greater Miami Junior I Hadassah conclave to be hold at [the Sorrento Hotel on October (i. 7, 8. The conclave is for the purpose of introducing the projects and purposes of Junior Hadassah. Mrs. Glasser will speak on '•The Young Jewish Girl in the American Jewish Community." According to Janice Goldinor, the Miami Beach chairman, and Rosalyn Einhorn, Miami chairman, exclusive films on Israel, featuring Meier Shfeyah, the children's village in Israel supported by Junior Hadassah, will be shown. Mrs. Sydney Raffel, who recently returned from Israel, will read her diary to accompany the films which were taken by Mrs. Raffel. PAGE FIVE Variety Women Plan Luncheon, lard Party The Women's Committee of the Variety Children's Hospital will sponsor a luncheon and card party on Monday. October 2, at 12:30 p.m. at the Variety Club, atop the Alcazar Hotel. Mrs. Ralph Kirsch is general chairman of the affair. Assisting her will be Mrs. Dan Fitch, cochairman; Mrs. George Hoover, cake chairman; Mrs. Diana Lanzetta, prize chairman; Mrs. Alfred Austen, ticket chairman. Hostesses'Will be the Mesdames Howard Curry, Ida Wildman, Franklin Maury, Kirk Landon, S:i;iiiund Eisenberg, William rvations may be made by ig the Variety Club at 9-9836. eds will go toward the ty Children's Hospital. Succos Party Planned Children of the Temple Isaiah Sunday School, which meets at the Coburn School, Normandy Isle-, will hold a Succos celebration Sunday, October 1, at the group's Succah on the roof garden ol the Atlantis Hotel. The Succah Was designed by Architect Tony 1 Sherman and decorated by Mrs. Hi njamin Silver and Mrs. Terry L:pman. REV. SAMUEL RAVITZ SHOCHET Will be on the premises at GUILFORD'S POULTRY CO. 101 N. W. 8th St., Miami PHONE 2-7808 & 9-1939 MONDAY From 8 A.M. to 12 Noon To Provide KOSHER KILLED POULTRY FOR THE HOLIDAYS Hebrew Academy Women Will Hold Oneg Mi.'thhafim An Oneg Shabbat for children will be held at the Hebrew Acajdemy every Saturday at 4 p.m. %  in the academy auditorium, Mrs. Frances Makovsky, president of the academy women, sponsors ol the new feature. | Children will be divided into a lower level, consisting of seven to ten year olds, and an upper level, made up of youngsters from 10 to 13 years of age. The program will include story telling, singing, dancing, and refreshments, The dancing will be conducted by Miss Sandra Freedman and Ziva Perach who will teach Hebrew dances. The full program is under the supervision %  / Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal of the academy. Parents are asked to accompany their children. Rathman Appointed Darby Rathman, Miami Beach publicist and former director of. the city's youth center, has been named director of the Miami Beach Community Centei at Dade Blvd. and Washington Ave. The announcement was made by City Recreation Director Byron Whc-eler, v.ii" revealed that the salary would be $27.3 monthly. Rathman was assisted, by Mrs. Charlotte Snyder. who will super6 girls' activities; Jack Eisen; stadt. who will work with the | boys' group and adults; and Mrs. i Helene Reinsbcrger. who will di%  rect recreation and assist with j administrative details. Registration Continues Registration for the FlaglerGranada Jewish Community Center Sunday School is continuing at the new building, 50 N.W. 51st Place. The New England Courant, strated by James Franklin in 1721 was supported editorially by a group known as the "Hell-Fire Club." Gables Group Will Hold Succos Fete For Children First Jewish Congregation of Coral Gables will hold a Succos party for the children of the religious schools on Sunday, October 1, at the group's temporary headquarters, 1618 Ponce de Leon Blvd. A Succah for the occasion has been constructed by the men of the group, and the sisterhood will provide the refreshments. Mrs. Kaplan To Attend Jleet Rosemary Gerson Kaplan, Moatzat Hapoalot chairman and past president of the Greater Miami Council of Pionee: V." imen, has been appointed to represent '.he council and its five constituent clubs at the organization's, silver jubilee presidents' conference to i>e held at the Waldorf-A I New York from October 7 to 0. Theme of the conclave, which will be attended by an Israeli delegation headed by Beba Idelson, Knesset member, will be "Retrospect and Prospect." Dvorah Rothbard, chairman of the national activities board of Pioneer Women, is in charge of arrangements for the meet. Chicagoans To Meet First meeting of the season will be held by the Chicago Club of Greater Miami on Sunday. October 1, at 8 p.m., in the King Arthur room of the Saxony Hotel. Hyland Kout. president, will welcome all members and prospective members. QjvfijflwflW AUGUST BROS Ry E la the atsrf CREAM CHEESE BARS TRY THE OTHER TASTE TREATS IN THE FAMOUS BREAKSTONE FAMILY CREAMED COTTAGE CHEESE SOUR CREAM WHIPPED BUTTER At all Neighborhood Stores and Supermarkets Miami Office 15:1 NJ3. 2JN h St. Phone 82-4731



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be\wiislbJEIIiOipidliigun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY VOLUME 23—NUMBER 39 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1950 PRICE: TEN CENTS Israel Surprised And Indignant Over {Egyptian Complaints To United Nations TEL AVIV, (JTA)—Official quarters here have expressed surprise and indignation over the report by Maj. Gen. William I Riley, U.N. armistice chief, to the United Nations on Egyptian | t hc Middle East in the present complaints alleging that Israel forces had driven 4,000 Arab world crisis has been agreed upon Bedouins into Egypt from the demilitarized zone around El Auja i n talks which have been held in Britain, U.S. Map Middle East Role In World Crisis | LONDON, (JTA)—The role of in the Negev. They pointed dealt with in the report %  sub judice in the mixed commission. It is felt • the Riley report, pubinder UN authority at I ess, is bound to detract ; armistice commission's settle this and other dispeaceably and general nes the authority of the i in. It was stressed that under the agreement, only the Armistice Commission has .', and duty to establish of any incident and fix lity. There is no prov • nabling Gen. Riley or any luthority to bypass the ,i and reach a senarate, conclusion. In fact, it is : e, these allegations have been investigated by the Mixi I Armistice Commission. recalled here that the a where the coming out : took place recently has : rendered unsafe by depradout that all J tions and armed attacks mostly by Bedouin tribes from Egypt or Egyptian-held territory. The situation was described as providing the true background to the recent events in the Negev and it was stated that it was completely ignored in the Riley report except in the form of "Israel allegations." Israel To Reply To Egypt's Complaints LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)—The Israel delegation to the United Nations is preparing a written reply to be submitted to the Security Council in answer to Egyptian complaints of the expulsion of Bedouin tribesmen from Israel to Egyptian territory, it was learned this weekend. Egypt Egypt made a formal complaint to the Council earlier this month. The reply, it is understood, will also deal with allegations contained in the report made to the %  lr. Italph HuiK-hr Beeeh os Xobcl Peace Prize For Palestine Mediation OSLO. (JTA)—The Nobel Peace Prize for 1950 was last weekend awarded to Dr. Ralph J. Bunche, former United Nations Acting Mediator for Palestine, for his work in negotiating three armistice agreements between Israel and the Arab states. The award will be presented in Oslo December 10 at ceremonies which will also mark the 50th year of the establishment of the peace prize. Dr. Bunche. the first Negro to receive the honor, will get prize money of about S31.700. (At Lake Success, Israel Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett declared: "The award of the Nobel Prize for Peace to Dr. Ralph Bunche will be appreciated particularly by those who watched at close range his Herculean efforts to put an end to fighting in Palestine, and learned to admire his inexhaustible patience, resources the British Chiefs of Staff and | and ingenuity in the complex armistice negotiations between Israel which resulted in the recent and nel four neighbors. It is a fitting tribute to a great servant of the United Nations and gives renewed strength to faith in its cause.") London and Washington, according to information in official circles here. These talks were part of the general survey of the situation which has been conducted by in British suspension of all sales and delivery of arms to Middle East countries. This survey has now been concluded and the general conclusions which the British arrived at have been approved in Washington. The main conclusion is that Britain and the United States are agreed on the need for some form Conference Underscores Israel's Need For Billions, Agency Leader Reports NEW YORK, (JTA)—The economic conference in Jerusalem iss^^SS^^^lT"^ 1 more ,h r < *r ican W* l eader3 made East, it" is understood, does not ; clear that American Jews will have to thmk in terms of billions, figure as an immediate crisis cenrather than millions, in any program to aid to Israel," Dr. Nahum ter and there is agreement on Goldmann, chairman of the American section of the Jewish certain preliminary steps with Agency, said this week at a press conference following his regard to that area. re f U rn form Israel. \ First, it is reported that Britain —, ,.„_„„, ,• ,. and the United States have agreed Tne great constructive result | Israel government decides to float to ensure the present status quo of the Jerusalem conference," Dr. | sucn an j ssue; 4. Direct aid by the UN this week by Maj. Gen. Wilar|d prevent anything that might Goldmann declared, "was a reUnited States, through bank loans, liam Riley, truce mission chief. frael Resident Admits Striking W omen In Concentration Camp TEI. AVIV, (JTA)—Ria Hines, yea -old Israel resident who 1 The preliminary hearing was again unsettle the precarious quiet 1 velation to American Jews of the etc to I in the Middle East. Secondly. true magmtude of the task ahea d. Britain has reportedly under, taken to clarify its relations with 1 Calling uopn a united Zionist Egypt before Middle East priori| movement to spearhead all segties are considered. Thirdly, 1 ments of American Jewish life to Britain and the United States will j meet the challenge," the Agency u charged with having beaten [ continued Wednesday when other women prisoners at the %  prosecution witnesses took the icirn concentration camp in | stand. The indictment, which was 1944 and 1945, admitted in magiscourt that she struck a number of women prisoners but i charges of having colited with the Nazis. She served as a supervisory guard at the camp during that period. ka Goldstein, the first of prosecution witnesses, testithat the Hines woman beat a : %  ; alsoread, stated that the defendant's actions caused a serious deterioration of the physical and mental condition of Jewish prisoners "with the intention of exterminating the Jewish people." If found guilty, she faces the death sentence. This is one of several cases involving a recent law which provides for the make every effort to avoid another Arab-Israel clash at Lake Success. Manchurian Jews Leave For Israel HONG KONG. (JTA) — The movement of Jews from Manchuria to Israel is continuing at an unabated pace and persons in of hers, Vera Schwartz, punishment of Nazis or Nazi col; a position to buy air passage from leader said: "In taking upon itself this great and difficult task, the Zionist movement will have to be united more than ever before. Within this program, there is room for everyone and a place for every group within the Zionist movement to make its contribution." Dr. Goldmann said a "great step" towards helping resolve the In connection with the latter point. Dr. Goldmann emphasized that "this help is deserved more than ever in the light of the Israel stand on Korea, here demonstrated loyalty to the United Nations and the fact that her people hae already clearly indicated their loyalty to the democratic ideals of the Western world." "It became obvious as a result of the Jerusalem conference," he said, "that in order to provide the vast amounts of money needed, the whole approach of American Jews to Israel's problems must be radically changed. The approach '1 the girl collapsed. She said laborators apprehended on Israel -he was also beaten by the soil. H .. s woman, but not as severely After giving details of several such incidents, Miss Goldstein charged that the Hines woman's actions were not warranted under circumstances because Nazi camp authorities were seldom %  nt when the beatings took This statement was a direct •' futation of the defendant's plea that she was forced to be cruel under orders from the Germans. Egyptians Confiscate Israel-Bound Mail JERUSALEM, (JTA) — The Israel Postmaster General announced that 21 sacks of mail destined for Israel were confiscated by Egyptian authorities problems Israe faces today will, no "longer "be purely philanbe the Washington conference be-, thic th s e prognlm must De ginning October 24. which wil 1 com £ ived as / joint undertaking not be restricted to the normal f h building of a nation. Palestine Issues In UN Remain Same FLUSHING MEADOW. (JTA) Palestine, issues in the United Nations are now back again where they were just one year ago. The eral Hong Kong to Lydda airport are receiving Hong Kong transit visas, it was reported here this week. One Jewish woman who stopped off here on her way to Israel from Manchuria said that 200 Jews were included in the total of 6,000 persons reportedly abducted by Soviet authorities during the last few years in Harbin. The fear of Washington conference, he exabduction, she said, is the reason planied. "will be to swing AmeriafterY forcedlanding~of an is! for the large-scale movement of can Jewry behind the four-point jJJ^J" rael-bound TWA plane in EgypJews from Harbin to Israel. Jewprogram laid out at the Jerutian-held territory on September % %  ish property owners in Harbin salem conference 1. Strengthen18 The announcement said the I are selling their property for oneing of the United Jewish Appeal; mail originated in New York, j fifth of its value, which is the ; 2. Encouragement of private capiBoston Madrid. Rio de Janeiro, j price paid by government author: tal investments in Israel; 3. SupRome and Buenos Aires. I ities. port of an Israel bond issue, if the functions of a United Jewish Appeal conference." He added that although details have not yet been worked out, the "conference will be truly representative of all sections of American Jewish life, non-Zionist as well as Zionist." The "primary function" of the "It was to this end that the four-point program of the Jerusalem conference was designed. Only with implementation of this program within the next three or four years can the initial phase of the consolidation of Israel be considered terminated. Only then may one reasonably expect Israel to stand economically on its own CJA Workers Mobilized For C Day An army of volunteers will, Appeal, which is sponsoring the; ready been absorbed in the nahzation of Jerusalem : munities throughout the country no refugees and the report where efforts will be made to bring in a total of $10,000,000 urgently needed for the immediate has large-scale transfer to Israel of Palestine Conciliation Commission. The Steering Committee tor, who visited Israel two months ago, has played a leading role in the nationwide drive in behalf of the immigration, settlement and reconstruction program of the Voted to send to the plenary sesj ews f r „m Iraq, Roumania, Trij United Palestine Appeal, the Joint s n of the General Assembly, po litania, and other Eastern ut committee debate, the European countries. %  '• %  a entitled: "Permanent Invitaf Plans for the operation, which li n to the Arab League." This has been dubbed C-Day. are being placed on the agenda by the mac je in this area by a committee Arab slates and, if adopted would headed by Stanley C. Myers, who [ give the Arab League recognition has issued a call for volunteers, official" regional organizaThe C-Day foot soldiers will tjon of the United Nations under %  try to collect pledges of $100 or [tne terms of the UN Charter. | less. All accounts over $100 will Matters concerning European be handled by the Greater Miami refugees, including the election of [ Jewish Federation collection coma High Commissioner for Refugees mittee, which will simultaneously land a draft convention on refuinitiate a [gees and stateless persons, have | debts, [been assigned to the Social CornDistribution Committee and the United Service for New Americans, the three agencies which derive their funds from the United Jewish Appeal campaign.Moritz Gottlieb of Allentown, Pa., another member of the UJA campaign cabinet, will serve as associate chairman of C-Day. In accepting the post, Cantor pointed out that during the past two and a half years the funds ussion. provided through the United Jewdrive to clean up all' ish Appeal had helped Israel receive a total of 450,00 immigrants needs of the new immigrants Henrv Moreenthau, Jr., general from various parts of the world j without our immediate and very being collected through the United Jewish Appeal are needed to help the new immigrants who are coming into the country with nothing more than the clothes on their back. I have seen the tremendous achievements which American Jews made possible in Israel. I have also seen the pitiful condition in which the retugees arrive in Israel and the tremendous program of (tare and adjustment that must be carried on to put them on their own feet. This is not only a problem of the reconstruction of hundreds of thousands of Jews. It is also a problem of the survival of the new democracy of Israel which cannot deal with the enormous new chairman of the United Jewish \ and that most of these have al1 generous assistance Sanctions Against Israel Ociiiaiuled By I rail Official FLUSHING MEADOW. (JTA) —The reconvened UN General Assembly last week heard the Iraqi delegate, Mohamed Fadhil Jamali, demand that the United Nations invoke non-military sanctions—the breaking r-ff of diplomatic communications and economic relations—against Israel. The Arab demand came on Yom Kippur, when members of the Israel delegation — headed by Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett— abstained from participating in the Assembly session. Jamali denounced what he termed Israel aggression in driving thousands of Arabs from their homes. He also urged enforcement of UN decisions on internationalization of Jerusalem and repatriation of Palestine Arab refugees. The Iraqi spokesman also listed alleged Israel atrocities against Arab farmers, machine-gunning of a Lebanese plane carrying religious pilgrims and the expulsion in r.ecent months of thousands of Arabs to "give their homes to new Jewish immigrants."



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J-RIDAY. SEPTEMBER 29, 1950 +.lvistifk>ridtiain PAGE SEVENTEEN y\\. Sinai Accepting Applications far Volunteer Nurses Aide Corps vember. Nurses aides are the only volunteer corps in the hospital who may add caps to the official pink uniform of the women's nuxiliary. Applications are being accepted for the volunteer nurses aide corps of the Women's Auxiliary of Mount Sinai Hospital, according to Mrs. Monte Selig, president A new training class will bein on Monday, October 2, to be "completed late in November. Miss Elsie Schwabe is chairman of the auxiliary's nurses aide department. Volunteers may obtain information from her or by calling the auxiliary office at the hospital. Personal interviews will be given all applicants. Every volunteer nurses aide who completes the course will be expected to devote at least eight hours of service weekly to the hospital. Mrs. Selig said. Age requirement is that all nurses aides be over 16. Capping ceremonies for the new class will be held at the auxiliary's general meeting in NoSuccos Celebration Set Ben Gurion Branch of the Jewish National Workeis Alliance and the Golda Meyerson Club of Pioneer Women will jointly sponSllCCOS celebration on Saturday September 30, at 8:30 p.m. Beth El. Principal speaker at the affair will be Rabbi Murray Grauer. Joseph E. Tambor will offei vocal selections, and B. Mo ris >n and Mrs. Sonia Gerbert j pledged their cooperation in Preswill read selections from famous ident Truman's conservation proJewish authors. A. Dorff will lead gram and will distribute placards the group in community singing.; urging consumers to "Buy Only may be obtained by what You Need—Support The 1-3727. Mrs. Boeninger Is Honored llv I. all<-s Women Mrs. Sidney Boeninger was honored at a meeting of the Coral Gables B'nai B'rith Women's Chapter for her three years of service as chairman of the Veterans' Administration Hospital service programs sponsored by the chapter. A marcasite menorah pin was presented to Mrs. Boeninger by chapter president, Mrs. A. Frank Wellins, who commended the veteran service worker for her leadership at the TB ward in the hospital. Mrs. Boeninger, recently appointed chairman of the Americanism and civic affairs committee, announced that the chapter has secured more than 200 signatures for the Crusade For Freedom Scroll, which is designed to help disseminate the democratic message through the means of Radio Free Europe. The B'nai B'rith group has also United Nations." Miolfin Lodge To Fete Youth Units frith Youth Organiza,vill bi th? guests of Sholem 1 nai B'rith, at its annual nic on Sunday, October 1, Gn ynolda Park. tig to Ted Sakowitz. of the event and Lodge BBYO chairman, a truck will be lable at the Miami Jewish Community Center at 9:30 a.m. f : those persons requiring transportation to the picnic grounds. A program of athletic competition, games and prizes has been arranged by the lodge committee. Sot! drinks will be provided free ge and picnickers are asked to bring their own lunches. T eommittee assisting Sakowitz include Al Finkelstein, Marvin Rauzin and Jack Miller. "Grave and serious burdens fall Upon the government and the people of Israel as a result of the edented task of absorbing ants. Apart from the in: Je conditions already existI ing in the camps, we are now with 'date-line' immigration I —that is, the necessity of absorb] ing immigration waves which are available now, but which might be deprived of that opportunity e were any delay. Under u instances can Israel rise to the challenge of these opportunities and these dangers unless assistance from the Jews of ica through the United Jew1 is both increased and accelerated." Aubrey S. Eban Iael Ambassador to the United States M. NASATIR, Program Director YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR WINZ (940 on Your Dial) EVEHY SUNDAY 12:00 Noon to 1:30 P. M. EVERY TUESDAY 6:00 to 7:00 P. M. A VARIETY OF STARS IN THE LATEST RECORDINGS AVAILABLE CLASSICAL—LITURGICAL AND FOLK MUSIC Listen to our Gpeci.il Feature at 1:15 P.M. "BUILDERS OF ISRAEL" Narrator HAROLD SHAPIRO DOOM TO through ihe use of NYLON TENTS A nylon tent completely covert the entire infested buijding in which o deadly gal i releoed.Thi new method cutj your cost in %  /! l. 5 YEAK GUARANTEE FOR BOTH DRY *^LWOOb*AND SUBTERRANEAN 7^'^k TERMITES "SOFLORIDA'S IAGMT tXTERMINATING CO. PHONE 5-3444 Q. Reynolds Narrates 'Elephant In The Streets' Quentin Reynolds is the narrator in "Elephant in the Streets," latest program in the rjdio series the New Frontier to be heard on station WIOD at 10:45 a.m. on Sunday, October 1. Reynolds tells the story of a small town newspaper editor who believed in facts, found them and then undertook a campaign to eradicate prejudice from his community. "Elephant in the Streets" was produced by the Institute for Democratic Education. The program is being presented in Greater Miami by the Florida Regional Office, Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. Sholem Lodge To Mark UN Week A program in observance of United Nations' Week will be sponsored by Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, on Tuesday, October 10, at 8:15 p.m. at the Beth El Congregation. Principal speakers will be Dr. H. Franklin Williams, vice president and dean of the faculty of the University of Miami, and Bert Friedman, formerly associated with the United Nations Secretariat. Subject of the discussion will be, "The United Nations, Its Structure and Interpretation." Friedman will give an account of some of the human interest aspects of the United Nations assembly and tell of his experiences with that body. The program is under the di1 Lehman To Fight For Repeal Of Subversive Control Legislation WASHINGTON, (JTA) — Sen. Herbert H. 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PAGE SIX *Je*ist> fhridiar FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11 lone Schaeffer Becomes Mrs. Hoss Miss Illeno Sally Schaeffer beExchange \ OWS I Sarah Brameister, Theodore Nelson I Raymond Seftells Reside Here After a motor trip through a motor r,v. ,,,.... Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond came the bride of Marvin Allen Hand-made white organdy over Seftell are at home at 1701 S.W. Hoss at the Shelborne Hotel on yellow satin fashioned the bridal 14th Terr. Their marriage took September 17. Rabbi Jacob Kapsown worn by Miss Sarah Ann p i ace on August 19 at the Sherry Ian solemnized the marriage. Brameister for her marriage to Frontenac Hotel with Rabbi The bride is the daughter of Theodore Nelson. The couple exi, v ing Lehrman officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Jack M. Schaeffer. changed vows and rings in a The bride is the former Ophelia 851 80th St.. Miami Beach. Mr. ,-andlelight ceremony on August chrinsky, daughter of Mr. and; Hoss' parents are Mr. and Mis. 27 at Temple Beth Sholom before M, S j aC ob Chrinsky. The brideK. Jack Hoss. Normandv Isle. Rabbit Leon Kronish and Irving groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Miami Beach. Lehrman. Cantor Samuel Kelemer Murray Seftell. 1128 N.W. 6th St. The bridal gown was fashioned chanted the traditional blessings. | Given in marriage by her oi starched lace over sheer jersey. The bride, daughter of Mr. and father, the bride wore a gown of j Her fitted cap of tucked nylon Mrs. Mack Brameister. Palmetto, chantilly lace. Her cap and veil ''•< Avron Gcnsburg Gensburgs To Make Homo In Chicago : Sherry F men Hotel was I -. \vi dd rig 'I M ss Nai H si-h l Avron S. Gi nsn Sep er 7 td< : u iter of M nd M I. M H rs. s Avi M ; % %  Beat 1 %  .. • p Mi and Mrs Samui I Gens101 E. -: D : %  D ve. MiBeach and Chicag F l i< .. r 1 • :• %  d .•el dress with ak : n. velvet mink muff. A • %  • rchids r % %  :. M -H -. : is a p ..a.. L"nt> • MiV ..: :..:'-'"' %  S. Hi ..-•.' d N %  .. stern %  %  ted v ith : New llusion was designed and created Fl.i was given in marriage by by an aunt of the bridegroom, her father. She wore a white ilMrs Louis Geddes. She wore a lusion veil with orange blossoms shower illusion veil and carried and seed pearls and carried an loom bible covered with orchids and atephanotis Her only jewelry was a strand of pearls, %  gift of the bridegrooi M -s Libby Hochman serv d of honor ::i an ice blu< silk ng gl ives Matron of hon %  • re a bl %  -< '• %  %  n with mati hing glov attendants of pink gladioli D n I Nelson was for his br ther They are I :" Mi nd Mrs. In u N< Is n Miami Beac 1 Csh< 1 Druck th r-in-la v. Eu( S d K Fink B< f re the pi cess n : % %  bi U g an 1 as ini I in lu I by .... H ; ied was rgan st For ::•. .:...: c'r.:<. 's iSU : W ri : %  m's were adorned with seed pearls A H \ i ar N t MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN MI background will share r-.e: ittractiva bedroom apt. with tun Expanse* about S"0 per ~.-r.MCB. N01 tc April 30%  -.-t:;:ti buses Normandy :> -t ?• K Jill. ousisess C pporruniry 5". s .'.'-5!." ."."." Yearly Tc — .-•isd wif under •*: with ami : .-: ^:.-: isned travel r_>. new Located Miami Boacfc with ;.--.-o ;M ; want ta fvpar; .-_-. -~ : town—you takt ovei completeNc previous ;\r;::f-:s -e c ''"^ :r.-.e: f s: <•;;; 5 .-;;; HELP WANTED FEMALE Room and Board Plus US Week ;= Rrura fox Cr ; V: Old Girl—Working Pi rtdegroom's I on her w< sisti r. V-. %  %  d f honor in •.' M 5. E ard J. S -1 -:n-law f th rise ..:'•. n ith appU %  '-' • %  1 I; its %  • %  He the Phi : %  CM s: f S .. ere Edward > I D ^~ brothers. A S S %  P ie's cous : %  Mi -. Serson Kaplai -. %  % %  F • %  ; : %  • a rei : pi ": %  : i %  fr$4k% $ ? Betrothal of Miss Belly AM Patterson, sophomore at the Uni varsity of Miami, to Will i>0 Hirsch Cohen, son of Mr and Mrs. Joseph H. Cohen, 629 S.W. lllh St.. has been announced by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Patterson of Hendersonyille, j|, C. Mr. Cohen is a graduati of the University of Miami and 1 member of Pi Lambda Phi fraternity. Sunshine Flower & Gift Shop 1119 S.W. 27th Avenue Floral Decorations & Cut Flows For Every Occasion For Personal Att. nti m Call 48-0009 or 48-0237 and ask lor HAROLD "SKIPPV ROSEN Mrs. Raymond Seftell and she carried white orchids and stephanotis atop a bible. The couple was attended by Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Seftell of Phtlaj delph-.a. Pa. Following the ceremony. 3 reception and buffet dinner were held :n the hotel dining room. nd print ing press was brought :o .'•' Its col >ny :n 1660. 40 yt RUTH BROTMAN Music Laureal Paris Scholarship Resumes Singing Clasiess Musical Therapy F Inl ition CaU 580756 After High Holy Days • LENOX MANOR ROOMS WITH it! MEALS Foods—Speoow Pi :>_": Serr ;. :: 3 SJ:h xeses AVCBM Miami E ; 2: 3 Hrdines %  =c-rs ; :: :.:• :: MIAMI HEADQUARTERS FOR SACK :c SCHCC1 FASHIONS from Kindergarten to College MUM ?z.*.r:-: • rr uu WOt PALM SEACE Mrs i t ..; %  j :•'. 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PAGE EIGHT +Jmt*tLfk)r&**l FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1950 Obituaries sKrvnswfc-TBua b" h l Sp.rMl.ml MMk ". Listen to WFEC Every Friday at 10:15 A.M. Every Sunday at 2:00 P.M. MRS. FANNIE COWEN 7S ;:• B.W, >th Si I a* *"ere z \ BARNET ANNIS ngemenu %  Mt. NeboCemet. ABRAHAM L BERKMAN • ,/ %  '-.',. ,. i by hi* .. de ISRAEL STONE -. _^L GORDON .1 %  MRS A-.NA MILLER -1.1.-. PHILLIP KANTER • Aette* Uustt Mtf*/ MRS ELIZABETH SILVERMAN .7. SW 10th St., pa^ed awas „KSa %  il Home ^ LOUIS H. CLUCK ."•KM! t foil lii Mi N' 1 Cemefry. %  -^MARGARETEN CONDENSED EPLACH • ^^CANNED CHICKEN SOUPS WITH Jr£y>. WITH* NOODLES Mrs. Marmur Dies Word has bee* receivedI that I Ida Marmur. mother o anddaughter, ai mthe %  ana died CLEAR The iwmi iH yo '• • oa*rf LEGAL NOTICE i RICCIOS ITALIAN & AMERICAN RESTAURANT "The Finest Italian Cuisine in America" New Beautiful Banquet Room with facilities for all Anniversaries and Parties Phone 7-6937 or 7-9555 Where Miami Meets the Beach for Dinner 991 N.E. 79th St. on the Causeway The Blue G : "P en a11 und. rs^ JACOB LEVITT „,. ,. f r %  Waahlngton Ave "&J& Sift -•• %  ;;ysrgss A \i. i >oroth> < apian. .%  Monrta? al the Mv. Vl ... ch % %  Miami Beach. HN.KATION so.: ItKKICK & Sll U'lKH I X( ,ncK iHgniiv %  '•, r •' %  %  f '"" l "" % "MACl.Ol' COKI-ORATION So Lincoln Road BERICK & HHAIMRO Utorney* ror applicant 42U Lincoln Road ; ; %  .! in 6-13-30 Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS, INC 14 N.E* 24th St., Miami 37, Fla. Phone 3-6866 SEASON'S GREETINGS LEONARD T. WILSON AND ASSOCIATES WILSON ROOFING CO. SHEET METAL SHOP 1105 FUth Street Phone 5-9976 BESSIE MILLER ,, %  ;jo Merllan Avi paaa %  wa'v m a Beach hospital Sepl — 'Survived b> her hu.bamj, Joe; ,„„ Samuel, Iwdol Hvrmn. Ph.lH.Th remal • %  ; • • her former home, Toledo, onio, ....... „„d burial by th. : .„!,. j;. 'hapel, Miami Beacn. MRS DOROTHY M CHAUNCEY IT i.l II". S V ;.....• |, .-,. and nan and H NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS x ",: E L B A T W a.VEN that c %  %  •' ^ d A VLm n V-6iW"Tiox \,, • i.i ..in Road BERICK & BHAPIRO f„i apullcunl 120 Lincoln Road .. 29 i" 6-13-20 GREETINGS BARBER LUMBER CO., INC. BUILDERS SUPPLIES c= !" ,.o Good Lumber Courteous Service Reasonable Prices Phones: 7-0417. 7-7008 901 N. W. 71st Street Miami, Florida WHEN YOU TAKE VITAMINS PIZZA! 2Ete3*ri 2L) I w, VERA PIZZA NAPOLITANA BY "TRIXIE" CONEY ISLANDS FAMOUS PIZZA MAKER VILLA CAPRI • ITALIAN RESTAURANT • COCKTAIL LOUNGE %immie Stereo., holt COR. N.E. 2nd AVE. AND 27th ST. 9-2557 MEAT PRODUCTS £ *.


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r mflY. SEPTEMBER 29. 1950 vJettisii fkrktian PAGE FIFTEEN Comanor Arrives To Assume JSSB Post j CX? service Bureau of Greater S .'ivcd here recently to Mm,' his duties. Comanor has Sftop P 8ts in the flel £ S national and Internationa] g'l welfare for more than a I,v official of the United lief and Rehabilitation Administration in China during World War II, he organized a „rovince-wide relief program to iombat •' ind cholera and ,o map Plans for Postwar rural LA urban rehabilitation. He Meed in the rescue of thousands loned children and the n t oi tens of thousands of Chineses DP's. \, thi special request of UNRRA '' -::.:nor was discharged from the United States Army in 1943 to take the post in China. While serving with the armed s .; psychiatric case worker he pioneered in the developnll n t ol new rehabilitation fochniqui for combat casualties. C manor comes to Miami from n of assistant executive director of United Service for fc ew \ • -. major national [refuges : settlement agency. He L as Iargel responsible for the I the post-war relettlemi nt program for Jewish ling the United instrumental in he inter-city program HI Dehali of new Americans rhich possible the huge ttlement job perAmerican Jewish immunil ntering the Army in of World War II. ase supervisor for h e p i Jewish Soci.il i. His major interin the field of family mri c': e. While with the i ncy, he developed irriage counselling, rial old-age assist,nce, family counselling and job i ,ni. During has varied career, omano: has also served as a case jroTkerii) penal institutions, servling ui.'ii the Pennsylvania Prison Bociely. A naive of New York City. Comanor was educated at the University of Pennsylvania, the University of Pittsburgh and the Pennsylvania School of Social He has also done graduate end specialized work at Columbia 1 and the University of ml. : ried and the father of Rwo childn a. All-Day B'nai B'rith Youth Institute Slated For Boaeh V On October* 8 An all-day B'nai B'rith youth emphasizing the funcinstitute tions of boys and girls in B'nai B'rith service work will be held on Sunday, October 8. it has been announced by Miss Selma Lewis. E'nai B'rith youth director for the South Florida area. Six AZA and five B'nai B'rith Girls' units will join with four young women's groups in the sessions scheduled to start at 9:30 a.m. at the Miami Beach Y. An evening social and dance at the Miami Jewish Community Center Shfilein Lodge To Hold Membership Breakfast Oct. 15 A membership breakfast launching B'nai B'rith's national roll call membership campaign will be sponsored by Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, on Sunday, October 15, at 10 a.m. at the Miamian Restaurant. Membership chairman, Bernard Newmark, states that a record turnout is expected. Teams of two men each will contact prospects on Sunday morning, phone their reports to the B'nai B'rith Council offices where Newmark, as state federation membership chairman will immediately relay results to district headquarters in Roanoke, Va. A goal of 300 new members has been set by the lodge, which is the oldest in the South Florida area. The committee in charge of the kick-off affair will include Oscar Rappaport, Stanley Caidin and Joe Rayvis. All lodge members should call the Sholem Lodge office. 82-5684. to confirm their reservation for the breakfast. LISTEN TO THE CULTURAL [EWISH FORUM RADIO HOUR BROADCAST TWICE WEEKLY FRIDAY. 10:15 TO 10:45 A.M. SUNDAY. 2:00 TO 3:00 P.M. OVER STATION WFEC 1220 on the Dial Directed and Announced by will climax the day's activities. The orientation program is under the general direction of Miss Lewis, who will be assisted by j Miss Romesa Rosenthal, arrange| ments; Evelyn Wilde, program | and Carol Goldstein, social. Speakers at the morning sessions will include Milton A. Friedman, national B'nai B'rith youth commissioner for District Five; Mrs. Harry Kaufman. District Five Hillel and scholarship chairman; and Miss Shirley Lefkowitz, president of the District Five B'nai B'rith Girls groups. The FDR Chapter, B'nai B'rith Young Men, under the direction of Walter Traurig, president, will participate in the afternoon discussion program. A novel feature of the day's programs will be the showing of the natural color film entitled, "Doorway To Hope" which describes the work of the Leo Levi Memorial Hospital in Hot Springs, Arkansas, devoted to the treatment and cure of arthritis. A second film narrated by Quentin Reynolds entitled, "This Is B'nai B'rith" portrays B'nai B'rith youth in action participating in Orr Reviews Book John B. Orr, Jr., Miami attorney, reviewed Owen Lattimore's book, "Ordeal of Slander" at a general membership meeting of Freedom House. Wednesday night at the Miami Beach Y. community service programs. The institute is specially planned as a "leadership college" for officers and committee chairman of all B'nai B'rith youth groups. Skits and entertainment will be provided by members of the various chapters and an attendance of approximately 150 is expected. The youth groups of West Palm Beach and Hollywood are also expected to attend. Hadassah 4*roup To Sponsor Tea A membership tea will be held by the Henrietta Szold Group of i Hadassah on Thursday, October ,5, at 1:30 p.m. at the home of 'Mrs. Louis Shafkin. 5414 Pinetree Drive, Miami Beafh. Highlight of the program will be a narration entitled "Once i There Was a Coin" by Mrs. Ben I Zion Ginsburg. Mrs. Isabelle I Altholz,' president of the group, will extend greetings to new members. There will be commun' ity singing, followed by a social hour. Mrs. Jacob (Beulah) Davis, membership chairman, is in charge of arrangements. [Gables .IWV Post |To >liei Tuesday of Coral Galilcs J he J( wish War Veterans hvill be :.' Id on Tuesday, October m. at the Coral Gables •'' Ci nti r, A. Melvin Morris, f %  has announced. .Si D partment Commander p Hoffheimes is expected land to install Rabbi SIMON SETOEN Attention to the Special Feature Every Sunday—"Sightseeing Tour of All Jewish Institutions and associate chaplain : Organizations of Greater Miami.' lf the post. ^.^*.*.+.*.+.+.*.*.+.*.+.*. ++*get the honest full quart! 3ei CllCt)U0t Club (Pronounced KLEEK-O) Get more Of the "finest Fine flovor-oged ginger V ole .. livtlitr sparkling water ... and 4 ounces more than many w-called "big" bottle*. Your best buyl Bottled and Dist. by SOUTHERN BEVERAGES 2055 N.W. 7th Avenue. Miami Phone 3-3121 Builders of Immortal Memorials for the Jewish Trade Look For the 2-Story White Building THURMOND MONUMENT Co. 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This is double the previous insured amount and applies immediately to~DADE FEDERALS SAVINGS ACCOUNTS. A man and tcife may have insured savings totaling $30,000 in three accounts each with tin Individual account of $10,000 and a joint account in the same amount. You can now enjoy this increased safety while your savings earn liberal dividends for you semi-annually. Note is the time to open an INSURED DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS ACCOUNT for all the members of your family. Invite your neighbors and friends to join you in the friendly Dade Federal Family too. AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI JOSEPH M. UPTON, Pri


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UDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1950 *Jenist fhrMiar PAGE THREE I'll Say... Of the estimated 300,000 Jews in France, Paris has hout 200,000. Now the largest community on the ntincnt (everything behind the iron curtain being n unknown quantity) Paris has succeeded to the timacies once held by Warsaw, Berlin, Vienna, or lllna Headquarters of all the U.S. organizations urn tioning in Europe such as the Joint Distribution immittee, the World Jewish Congress, the American Jewish Committee, it is now the microcosm of what as remained of Jewry on the Continent. ts Decimation Before World War II, the Jewish population in jrance was numerically about the same as now. This Ki-ould indicate that the community has suffered no asualties; which merely shows how statistics can be misleading. Actually half of French Jewry was exterminated by Hitler's order. But since 1945, the gap C as tilled by refugees streaming in from central stern Europe. k e Rothschild Synagogue But the change of atmosphere that has taken place ~an be appreciated only by one who has seen French Jewry at its prime before the war. In 1937, I was bresent at a Sabbath service in the Rothschild |yn igoeue on the Rue de la Victoire. This is an Imposing Romanesque Basilica of round arches sug,, \,f a pre-Gothic cathedral. It is the official He of Le Grand Rabbin du Consistoire Central, the Mother Church to borrow a Catholic term. Its S'ately Service ritual was the most elevating, dignified Jewish Jservice I had ever witnessed. Heads covered, the men v iped with prayer shawls about their shoulders. V. en sat in the gallery above. The Alsatian cantor I the Holy Ark and intoned the unabridged H ew prayers in measured, solemn chanting; a ced contrast to the sing-song coloratura pyro, dear to the chazen from Eastern Europe, Dry Rot In French Jewry and perpetuated in America. A mixed choir and organ were the sole innovations of modernity. With this exception, the service would be classed High Orthodox in the U.S. Its Proud Members The fashionably dressed congregants carried perhaps unconsciously the bet air of a French upper class. The high top silk hats of the elders accentuated the effect. About six beadles wearing the pointed admiral hats of the Napoleonic era strutted in the aisles with the silver chains of office pending from the collars of their antiquated uniforms. To strangers, they exuded an offensive arrogance that seemed to imply: Of course we can't keep you out of this place of worship, but really you don't belong here. They answered questions ungraciously. After Nazi Occupation How cold, dark, damp and dreary the Rothschild Synagogue was during the heatless winter immediately following the war. Wooden scaffolding supported the entrance which was unsuccessfully bombed by the French collaborators during the Nazi occupation. Scarcely a score of worshipers could be mustered for a Sabbath service. The damages were ultimately repaired and today the building has assumed its normal appearance. On Rosh Hashona it was again crowded beyond capacity. But somehow the atmosphere is no longer the same. The glamour has departed. The cantor from Alsace, who was confined in a concentration camp, no longer officiates. His handsome beard is now snow white. He is succeeded by a smooth shaven chazen out of Poland. The beadles still wear the pointed hats and silver chains. One of them invited me to sit in a high place of distinction. His French had a strong foreign flavor. He was much more at home in Galician Yiddish. By HARRY SIMONHOFF A Drying Up One might suppose that French Jewry, which was decimated during the Nazi invasion, would welcome the infusion of new blood into its dying organism. But the truth seems otherwise. Descendants of immigrants themselves, they actually resent the "intrusion" of all who came in from Eastern Europe and the Levant during the past half century. In the concentration camps they blamed the Ostjuden for their plight. Today there seems to be no point of contact between the old timers and the new comers. Price for Snobbery The keeping aloof of an old established group from more recent arrivals is familiar social behavior. It happens everywhere. But economic, educational, and sociological forces gradually break down the divisions and coalesce the community. This process is working in the U.S. today between the older Reform group and the Aliyah which began with the persecutions in Russia. Unless an older group is replenished it will atrophy and inevitably disappear. The best case in point is the virtual extinction of the Spanish-Portuguese from the Jewish scene. Disintegration French Jewry is stagnant. Intermarriage and conversions are taking a toll which this dying community can ill afford. The active direction of affairs is passing out of its hands. Under American pressure, a United Jewish Appeal was set up in the past year. But between the active sniping of the Communists and the apathy of the old French stock, it has never functioned. Living behind their Chinese Wall, this ancien regime is derelict in its duty towards DPs and refugees; it is dead to the appeal of Medinas Israel; it is apathetic to the urgent demands of Judaism for survival. President Truman To Launch Community Chest Campaign With Radio Address ard L. Abess, president of t;.,'. Dade County Community i t, will respond to President : adio address launching nual campaign of the CornChests of America on FriSeptember 29, from 10 to p m. A galaxy of famous I tage, screen and radio will be heard from Hollywood preceding the message from the President, Li .el Barrymore will tie a if vignettes starring Ronald and Benita Colman, Dennis Day. Bob Hope, Bing Crosby, Lucille Ball. Art Linkletter and Kirk ; as. The program will be bi adcast from Hollywood with xeeption of the President's ige which will be picked up the White House in Wash.. D. C, and the local re, by Abess. v independent stations as as the major networks jh mt the nation will carry rogram as a salute to their Community Chest camis, which get under way in I •: %  known as Red Feather Month. rly 1300 Community Chests, of them in Canada, must raise sufficient funds to provide the necessary child care, family i service, young people's recrea! tional organizations, and proteci tion of the old. the very young ': and the sick, for which they were established. BII Council To Meet Thursday B'nai B'rith Council of Greater Miami will hold Its monthly meet! ing on Tuesday, October 5, at 8:15 i p.m. at the council offices, 330 j Seybold Building. George J. I Bertman, president, has announced. All B'nai B'rith delegates and lodge presidents are urged to attend this meeting at which time : final plans will be discussed for j the kick-off of the 1950 B'nai B'rith membership drive in South Florida. A report will be given by I Charles R. Jacobson. council dii rector, on the progress of formaI tion of new B'nai B'rith lodges in ; Hialeah-Miami Springs and North Miami areas. Ite<*eption Will Honor Teachers Local branches of the Workmen's Circle will be hosts at a reception in honor of Mr. and I Mrs. L. Lasavin, newly appointed i teachers at the group's Yiddish schools, on Sunday, October 1, I at the Educational Lyceum. 25 Washington Ave., Miami each. The Lasavins. who recently arrived to assume their posts, are attempting to establish kinder| gartens, to be under Mrs. Lasavin's direction; to organize a PTA; and to arrange a series of lectures in Yiddish and English on Jewish history and literature. Registration for the schools is continuing daily at 25 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, and 1545 S.W. 3rd St., Miami. SPEEDOMETER REPAIRS ALSO Windshield Washers-Wipers Auto Locks Latches SALES SERVICE QUICK EFFICIENT AUTO LOCK & HARDWARE 1304 N.E. 2nd Are. PI;. 9-3144 Yomen Organizes Sacred Choir Because he believes that tradi' itional Jewish nuptial music adds | to the impressiveness and beauty of the wedding ceremony, Ben Yomen, music director of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, has organized a sacred choir to sing at such affairs. The choir has a complete repertoire of wedding music, Yomen explains, and is available for all ceremonies. 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