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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
S. Will Oppose Plans For Increasing
aeli Territory, State Department Says
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PRICE TEN CENTS
Washington. ' Department spokesman has
Led that the U.S. govern-
1 does not favor the "Gaza
aileeedlv submitted by the
^delegation to the United
tons Conciliation Commission
luusanne. He emphasized that
"does not represent any
me in the policy of the Amer-
government with regard to
l, Palestine problem.
lite L'S. policy, he said, has al-
ms been that if Israel wanted
Stional territory beyond that
^ed by the UN. General As-
aeli Population
Its Million Mark
|KEW YORK. (JTA) Israeli
jor Minister Mrs. Golda Myer-
j,who arrived here by air this
iek-end to undertake a nation-
ie speaking tour in b"half of
United Jewish Appeal, de-
red in a statement that the
illation of Israel has reached
11,000,000 mark. Of this total,
t said. 900,000 are Jews while
remainder are Arabs,
pnv Mverson emphasized that
k are'still 1.500,000 Jews liv-
j in Europe ar.d North Africa
W need or want to come to
il
ol
lan'
sembly partition resolution,
should receive it on the basis
compensation. The "Gaza Plan
allegedly suggests the transfer of
the Egyptian-held Gaza coastal
strip to Israel along with its pop-
ulation of Arab residents and
refugees.
At a State Department press
conference this week comment
was refused on whether the U.S.
government sent a note to Israel
in the past few days requesting
that the Jewish state accept a
reported 800,000 Arab refugees
who fled Palestine during the
Arab-Israeli fighting. A report
that such a note was sent during
the week-end appeared in the
New York press. However, the'
Israeli government denied hav-'
ing received any such request '
Israeli officials here emphasized
that to their knowledge no suchl
note had been received at the
Israeli Embassy.
Indications here point to the'
fact that unless President Tru-j
man intervenes again, pro-Arab
officials in the State Department1
will attempt to bring about a so-
lution of the Arab-Israeli peace!
talks at Lausanne unfavorable to'
the Israeli cause. It is noted that'
these pro-Arab officials in the'
Near Eastern division of the State
Department are slowly regaining
the initiative in formulating U.S.
policy in relation to the Arab-
Israeli conflict.
Commission On
lorusalom Meets
JERUSALEM. (JTA) The
lal Israeli-Transjordan com-
mittee on Jerusalem met here
again early this week to consider
an eight-point agenda drafted at
an earlier session.
Among the points discussed was
the fate of the Trapplst Monas-
at Latrun, which is presently
situated in no-man's land. French
and Catholic circles oppose the
inclusion of the monastery in Is-
raeli territory. The reason for this
position appears to be the fact
that the monastery's extensive
fields are cultivated by Arab ag-
i K-ultural laborers who receive
wages much smaller than those
paid to similar laborers in Israel.
23,000 Immigrants Reach
Israel During May
TEL AVIV. (JTA)-A total of
23.342 Jewish immigrants arrived
in Israel in May, it was officially
announced this week. Of this
total. 5,000 came from Turkey.
A group of 870 new arrivals land-
ed at Haifa this week. They sailed
from Bari, Italy, aboard the Is-
raeli transport Galila. Over the
week-end, 1,800 immigrants
most of them from Germany and
Austriaarrived in Haifa from
Bari on the liner Atzmaut.
The Jewish Agency announced
that it will establish 13 new re-
ception centers to accommodate
27,000 newly-arriving immigrants.
House Passes Liberalized DP Bill;
Anti-Semites Express Opposition
WASHINGTON, (JTA) Th<
House of Representatives this
week passed a DP immigration
bill increasing the number o
DP's who may enter this country
from 205,000 in two years to 339,-
000 in three years. The bill also
eliminates a number of features
of the old DP law which Presi-
dent Truman assailed as "ar.ti-
>f having to debate
placed persons who
about dis-
are Jews,"
le said. "The heroic people of
1 have thoroughly taken care
of that."
Specific replies to Rep. Gos-
sett's attacks on Jewish DP's
were made by Reps. James G.
which Fu'ton f Pennsylvania, Kenneth
B. Keating of New York and
Frai k L. Chelf of Kentucky, all
of whom had visited Jewish DP
camps. They denied his charges
that the Jews in the camps are
munists.
Among the provisions of the
, bill is one advancing the "cut-off
provide for the Volksdeutsche ex- ..... ,_,_ T
pelled from Polar.d and Czecho-|date from Dec- 22- 1945. to Jan-
Slovakia and for the Arab refu- 1. 1949. The legislation, which
gees from Palestine. He suggested I was drafted by a Judiciary Com-
that the DP's be sent for resettle-Jn.itte subcommittee, headed by
ment to Kenya, in Central Africa.' f_0i nnU ? Wo,
Gossett was supported by Reps.
Semitic." The measure,
was pas-ed by a voice vote, now
goes to the Senate.
The vote followed a lengthy
and heated debate in the House
during which opponents of the
measure, led by Rep. Ed Gossett
of Texas, made anti-Semitic as-
sertions. Gossett also asked what
measures were being taken to
Frank Fellows of Maine and Kar
Stefan of Nebraska, both of whom
spoke about the plight of the
Volksdeutsche and against Jew-
ish refugees. Rep. Jacob K. Javits
of New York asserted that Israel
has taken more than its share of
DP'sabout three times as many
as the total number so far brought
to the United States under the
DP Act of 1948. "It is a source of
deep gratification to me at this
time that there is no necessity
Rep. Emanuel Celler of New
York, also abolished special prior-
ities for Baits and agricultural
workers, which were major
bottlenecks of the old law. It pro-
vides for the entrance of 18,000
former members of Gen. Wladis-
law Anders Second Polish Corps.
4.000 Shanghai refugees and 2,-
000 DP orphans. However, the
bill makes no changes in the re-
quirements that a DP be guar-
inteed a job ar.d a home bel
dmitted.
irk, Burbridge, Richard, Powell, Roth Win Beach Council Seats; Bond Issue Approved By Big Margin
Councilman Hnrolrl Turk rnlfo! un a rAcrrd-hrfnkmri total immediately made a motion that concentrated his efforts in going people of Miami Beach an:
Councilman Harold Turk rolled up a record-breaking total
k,C\8 votes to lead the field of five successful candidates in
Bm3each's municipal election Tuesday.
following him as top five men in the field of 22 entrants
-I
Councilman William Burbridge,
m
Ijfelvm J. Richard, 5,409
Councilman D. Lee Powell,
J^-nett Roth, 4,523.
[Selection of a new mayor for
bu Beach was postponed un-
"My, as the five successful

candidates for councilmanic seats
were sworn into office at a brief
session at City Hall Wednesday
evening. The three successful in-
cumbents and the two winning
candidates were sworn into office
Powell
made a motion that
the meeting be recessed until 10
a.m. Friday.
Turk will probably be named
mayor Friday when the council
meets for its first business session.
The high man in a Beach city
council election is usually honored
with the mayor's position.
Defeated in his bid for re-elec-
tion was Councilman Herbert A.
- Frink, one of the storm centers
by City Clerk C W. Tomlinson -of the campaigning, who was
and Councilman D. Lee Powell nosed ou, by Roth and by Harry
Zukernick, who finished sixth.
Zukernick tallied 3.911 votes,
while Frink's seventh-place total
was 3.895.
Turk, Burbridge and Richard
will receive four-year terms, while
Powell and Roth qualify for two
years.
Holdover members of the coun-
cil are Marcie Liberman and Dr.
Maurice Klein.
In the council race, a total of
12.216 votes were cast out of a
total of 18,151 registered voters,
a record.
Proposed $650,000 bond issue to
finance storm sewers and another
'for $831,000 to pay for a new
white way lighting system were
overwhelmingly approvedwith
a sufficient number of freeholders
voting to make the approval legal.
Other vote tallies in the race
were Cohn. 96; Courshon. 3.036:
Gold. 982: Golub. 140; Kaplan.
1 330; Kout, 1076; Norton, 582:
Quinn. 308: Rahn. 97; Rathrr.an.
514: Shafkin. 755; Teaney, 198:
Thurston, 47; Wescourt, 609:
Woolfe. 2.130.
Turk, seeking re-election after
onlv one year in office, broke a
previous record held by Mayor
Marcie Liberman when he tallied
5 718 votes to lead the field in
the balloting. The popular attor-
nev won a two-year term in 1947
but spent a year in extended
litigation to prove his right to
the position. .
Turk thanked his followers and
.workers saving: "I am convinced
I that mv election proves the
people 6f Miami Beach are in-
terested in sound, well-planned
city government. I repledge my
efforts to work with the other
counc.lmen toward making this
a better city for us and for our
l^r'whose candidacy was
backed by the Miami Beach Ten-
ants league, was something of a
lS^PtSnkShiSfonowei,Couri
M concentrated his efforts in going people of Miami Bea h and th
to work on his campalgn pledge I wonwn who earnerod th. vol
I I i tu .___>f Lwia I am proud that not one worker
to help the tenants. Following n.vi'wmp W3S paid...
council meeting Wednesday, he Councilrnan William Burbridge.
reported that he had hoped to wno was successful in his sev.
get council in a general meeting I re-election campaign, said "It is
with apartment house owners, gratifying to know that I
business and civic leaders to dis- so many friends and fol
cuss the "recent exodus of a'As long as I have been in o:
hundred families from the city I have worked to make tl
because of rent decontrol." better city and I promise to c n-
Richard, a newcomer to city "nue my el
council, has been an outspoken
foe of the local gambling syndi-
cate and the incumbent adminis-
tration.
He issued a statement in which
he thanked supporters ar.d re-
affirmed the fact that he will war
on the gambling syndicate, which
has been one of his campaign tar-
gets.
Richard said. "I feel humble.
I appreciate the support of the
a city councilman.''
Councilman D. L. re-
elected for a two-year term, ex-
pressed thanks to his folio.'
ar.d said, ,-I am especially grateful
to the many people who wo.
to make my re-election possible.
I was re-elected by the people of
Miami Beach, and I pledge my
continued efforts to the peopl- "
prove worthy of the trust they
rave in me.''
Harold Turk


PAGE TWO
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FRIDAY. JUNE 10, 15
13 Will Attend
Pioneer Women's
Meet June 11-15
Thirteen women from greater
Miami will represent the four
Pioneer Women's clubs of this
area at the eleventh biennial con-
vention of the organization to be
held in Philadelphia.
Representing the Council of
Pioneer Women's Organizations
of Greater Miami will be Mrs.
Rosemary Gerson Kaplan, presi-
dent. Other delegates include
Mrs. Henry Seitlin, Mrs. Zipporah
Levine, Mrs. Mary Goldin and
Mrs. Lena Kaplan, Club No. One
of Miami Beach; Mrs. Lena Mint-
zes, Mrs. Celia Rubin and Mrs.
Elsie Wegman, Club No. Two of
Miami Beach: Mrs. Isaac Push-
kin, Mrs. Vera Zeltzer and Mrs.
Ruth Yules, Golda Meyerson
Club: Mrs. Harry Faber and Mrs.
Fred Sandier, Kadimah Club.
One of the highlights of the
convention will be an address by
Golda Myerson, Israel's renowned
statewonian. whose appearance
will be in the nature of a home-
coming; for Golda, whose last
name is practically never used in
Israel except on official docu-
ments, was at one time national
secretary of the organization and
helped to build it into the poli-
tically conscious body that it is
today.
In Israel. Miss Meyerson. who
is the Minister of Labor and
Social Insurance, takes an active
part in the work of the Moatzat
Hapoalot. which through funds
provided by the Pioneer Women,
its sister organization, takes un-
der its wing thousands of women
and children arriving in Israel
and provides for their care ar.d
training.
The famous woman who has
devoted her life to the struggle
to establish the Jewish state and
has contributed to its realization,
arrived in America early this
month. Her convention speech
will be one of the most important
she will make while in this coun-
try.
Tamara Chapter
To Sponsor Exhibit
First in a series of membership
affairs to be sponsored by the
Tamara Chapter of Mizrachi
Women will be an exhibition of
paintings by Artist Rosalie Chey-
ette at the Saxony Hotel, 3201
Collins Ave., Miami Beach, Sun-
day at 8 p.m., according to an
announcement by Mrs. Charles
Turk, president. Admission is by
invitation only.
Mrs. Cheyette, who is a mem-
ber of the organization, and her
husband, attracted by Miami's
climate and tropical beauty, are
making their home here. Chiefly
a portrait painter, although she
has completed many still life.*
and landscapes. Mrs. Cheyette is
a member of the Miami Art Lea-
gue and won an honorable men-
tion for her portraiture during
American Art Week. She is also
the recipient of several gold stars
from the Miami Woman's Club.
and has exhibited with the Coral
Gables Grove Artists, of whicn
she is a rrember.
Chairman of the exhibition i*
Mrs. Israel Slutzky Assisting her
are the Me>;iar:-.es Lillian Bo&-
den. Esthei X.irer. Betty Sr.yder.
Fay Rosen. Fra-.ces Makov.-ky.
Sadie Kane. Belle Swartz and
Turk.
Edward Pastroff will p'.ay piano
selections following the exhibi-
tion
FDR Athletic Meeting
FDR Chapter. BBYM. will
sponsor ar. athletic meeting Wed-
nesday at 8 p m. at the Miami
Y. President Harold Booth has
announced a sports movie film
as highlight of the evening's pro-
gram. Assisting with arrange-
ments will be Herbert Lowe and
Walter Traurig.
Melvin Price Will
Become Bar Mitzvah
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Price, 1777
S.W. 21st Ave., announce the Bar
Mitzvah of their son, Melvin, to
be held tomorrow morning at 9
o'clock at the Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation. The
Bar Mitzvah will address the con-
gregation and Rabbi Simon April
will respond.
Melvin is a student at Shenan-
doah Junior High, where he is
a member of the junior band. He
belongs to Boy Scout Troop No.
85. which is affiliated with the
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation.
A reception will follow the
ceremony. Relatives and friends
are invited to attend.
Hebrew Teachers to Meet
The Agudath Hamorim, the
Hebrew Teachers Association of
Greater Miami, will hold a meet-
ing Sunday morning at 10:30 at
the Beth David Talmud Torah,
135 NW. 3rd Ave.
Mr. Friedman, president of the
group, urges all members to at-
tend as matters of vital concern
to the Hebrew Teachers in this
area will be discussed.
Hadassah Unit to
Hold Social Affair
The Henrietta Szold group of
Hadassah will hold a membership
social on Wednesday afternoon
at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs.
Abraham Goodman, 3355 Flam-
ingo Dr.. Miami Beach.
Mrs. Murray Grossman, vice
president of the South Eastern
region of Hadassah, will be guest
speaker. A musical program will
be presented by Gloria Feldman,
operatic soprano. Shaloma Shaw-
mut will sing modern songs of
Israel and Mrs. Theodore Arvan
will accompany her at the piano.
Mrs. Moses Mescheloff is in
charge of the program.
Anyone wishing to join this
new Hadassah group is invited
to attend. Mrs. John Starr is
membership chairman.
Davis Unveiling
The dedication of a monums
to the memory of the late Bf
nard R. Davis, formerly of 21
S.W. 19th Ave., will take plj
Sunday at 11 a.m. at Mt. N
Cemetery with Rabbi Murr
Grauer officiating. Relativi ;
friends are asked to be present]
Schenkman Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Isa-
dore Schenkman, formerly of 440
14th St., Miami Beach, will take
place Sunday at 2 p.m. at Mt.
Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman officiating. Rela-
tives and friends are requested
to attend.
PIONEER JEWISH CAMP OF THE SOUTH
25TH SEASON
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2500 feet elevation Capable Seasoned Staff
Resident Physician and Nurse Horseback Riding
Supervised outdoor recreation Boating
PRIVATE NEW SWIMMING POOLS AT EACH CAMP
For information Contact Owner and Director:
HERBERT SILVER. B.S. IN ED.: M.ED.
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Physician's Wives Plan
Summer Activities
A luncheon Wednesday at Alan
Gale's Celebrity Club was the
first activity of the summer sea-
son for the Physician's Wives.
Chairman of the affair was Mrs.
Benjamin Oren.
Next event will be a "Bring
Your Box Supper to Lear School"
slated for July 4. Mrs. Morris
Blau will be chairman, assisted
by Mrs. Jandon Schwarz, pro-
gram chairman. Others who will
si rve as hostesses include: the
Mesdames Maurice Kovnat, Louis
Gleuchauf, Jessie Halpern. Sam-
uel Kaplan and Edmor.d Gamse.
Loyalty Club. OES, To
Sponsor Dance June 18
The Loyalty Club of Emunah
Chapter No. 175, Order of Eastern
S".ar. will sponsor a dance Sat-
urday night, June 18. at 8 o'clock
at the Miami Beach American
Legion Hall. 1828 Alton Road.
On the committee in charge of
arrangements are the Mesdames
Elsie Lake, Dian Steiner, Ray
Graham and Mary Alper.
Entertainment will be provided
and prizes will be awarded. The
public is invited to attend.
Feld Moves Office
Max P. Feld, certified public
accountant, announces the remov-
al of his offices from 835 Lincoln
Road, Miami Beach, to 310 Lang-
ford Building, Miami. His new
telephone number is 82-8243.
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Guest Columnist for Harry Simonhoff
By DOROTHY KRIEGER FINK
,.We wore wrought up with
*Jr*'io"wM 'W. We lived
but ,0 ? th~* wkMbia
many
ideas
inexpressible and vaporous,
We lived
whirling
lives in those
wiens. never sparing our-
"Knv good or evil: yet when
* frKcd and the new world
Lrcd the old men came out
in and took from us our vic-
gandrenuuic- it in the like-
s of the former world they
w- Youth could win, but had
5, learned to keep, and was
nitablv weak against age. We
Lmerctl that we had worked
L- a new heaven and a new
iar'h and they tharked us kindly
,Tdmadc the., peace When we
are their age no doubt we shall
serve our children so."
,ese poignant and bitter
words wen written by T. E.
Lawrence in 1919, after the end
of the Fust World War, when
the old men were taking over the
world again and shaping it for
its second attempt at self-de-
struction. One reads the lines and
notes the date with a shock. They
might so aptly he said today, and
practically every day since World
fir Two ended they might have
been repeated The youth who
won. who "worked for a new
heaven and a new earth," how
wryly must it recall the siren
songs about tl brave, fine world
awaiting them with the coming
ef peace. The ears and refrigera-
tors and best of. all the model
be scrapped, remembered only as
a hideous by-product of mans ef-
fort to chain the forces of nature
To continue recalling those in-
nocent, halcyon dreams makes
SuVfSm awakt'r"n much Voo
U"not h flCt' \i t0 Si,y- Germany
is not denazified, but is beina
strengthened and rebuilt in a
sickeningly familiar pattern Ca>
tels and monopolies, like the
ever-present poor, are still with
us. Negroes are lynched and Jews
Buttania goes through the mo-
tions of acting as if she still rules
the waves. Most veterans do not
have those shiny new cars and
gleaming refrigerators Many of
them are still living with ma and
pa, and the second baby is cr<
ing the first out of the make-shift
nursery in the parlor alcove
Sometimes I am astonished at
youth's acceptance of disappoint-
ment and betrayal. One would
expect such cruel disillusionmei t
to poison the very core of life.
In the midst of it, Israel, free
and independent, committed to a
social and economic program
which should make every so-
called Socialist government
everywhere else in the world
blush with shame at its preten-
sions and failures, shines forth as
one of the pitifully few positive
advances that our alleged civil-
ization can show.
Israel's victory, too, offers pos-
homes! An end to power politics, sibly the only gleam of hope .
and spheres of influence, to die-1 this darkened and saddened
tatorships. to repression and sup-
pression! Finis to racial and re-
igious prejudice, to Nazism and
Fascism, to cartels and interna-
tional monopolies! Above all, an
end to war Brave Englishmen.
Russians, Frenchmen, Americans,
et cetera, united in battle, would
unite as well for peace. Atomic
energy would give us all a share
of the latent richness in the uni-
verse, and atomic bombs would
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period of history. I like to point
to it when young people talk
wearily of their frustrated dreams
and unanswered prayers, for
when one speaks of Israel, the
fairy tale in which the frail hero
killed the flaming dragon see
credible once more ;is in the en-
chanted days of childhood, and
David's conquest of Goliath
comes to life again. Tiny Israel
fooled the guessers (yes, and the
hopers. too), and with the odds
against them, a hundred to one,
came up the winner at a time
when a victory for right and
decency and morality acts like a
shot in the arm for a disenchanted
youth whose own victory is being
much too easily turned into dust
and ashes.
Look at Israel, Kids, and realize
that this IS your world. Don't
let the old and frightened infect
you with their fears. Don't sell
so cheaply the victory you won
so dearly. Don't let the juke box,
the saccharine movie, the sticky
love story lull you into an ac-
ceptance of things-as-they-are. If
Israel's people had been "realist-
ic" (which is what the Old Man
will tell you to be), they'd have
shrugged their shoulders defeat-
lstly. thrown down their guns
and gone to a night club to for-
get. You don't need to forget.
You need to rememberto re-
member that sheer weight
doesn't always winthat God
isn't alwavs on the side of the big
battalions,that the Earth CAN
he fair.
Look at Israel. Kids, and when
you are our age, you'll be able
"to look vour kids in the eye and
Say, "We did not serve you so/"__
PAGE THREE
Mrs. Max Dobrin. who served
as temporary chairman of the
Women's Auxiliary of Mt. Sinai
Hospital during the planning
period, was recently named
president of the organization.
Field Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory to the memory of
the late Mi B< l< L Field, form-
erly of 1258 Marseilles Dr.. Miami
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FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1949
EDITORIAL
Far-Sighted
The following editorial titled "Miami Adopts
a Far-Sighted Attitude," appeared in the current
issue of the Jewish Education Newsletter, official
publication of the American Association for Jew-
ish Education. Composed of educational groups
throughout the United States, the association is
recognized for its work in improving and expand-
ing the progress made in the field of Jewish
education.
The American Association for Jewish Educa-
tion extends congratulations to the board of
trustees of the Bureau of Jewish Education of
Greater Miami for having granted to its executive
director, A. P. Gannes, a leave of absence
which will enable Mr. Gannes to study at
Dropsie College and devote himself to intensive
preparation for greater usefulness in Jewish
education. The far-sighted attitude of the Miami
board marks an important milestone in the de-
velopment of Jewish education in America.
A few years ago, there were only two types
of positions in Jewish education: that of teacher,
and that of principal. Paralleling this situation,
there were only undergraduate teachers' semi-
naries to serve the profession. There were no
higher academic goals to beckon to the teacher.
And even the position of principal, the only
hope of advancement in the profession, was all
but eliminated in the depression years.
Then came the anguish-laden years of the
middle '30s, the World War, the epic struggle
for Israel's independence. The impact of these
events awakened untapped moral and spiritual
forces in American Jewry. Among the bene-
ficent influences brought by this awakening in
America was the reaffirmation of the value of
Jewish Education; a higher appreciation of the
profession of Jewish education, and a deepen-
ing conviction that it is the community's re-
sponsibility to create favorable conditions and
the needed institutions which can make possible
the development of an effective program of
Jewish education in America.
A concrete expression of this development
was the creation several years ago of a Grad-
uate School of Jewish Education at Dropsie
College, where Jewish educators could prepare
News Item:Job Discrimination is Cost-
ing the Country $2,000,000,000 a Year
85-Year-Old Artist Discovered
By Former Miami Beach Resident
for specialized positions such as supervisors
and administrators of central community
agencies of Jewish education.
Intensive training on a graduate level re-
quires sustained application on the part of the
student for a long period of time. And this is
only possible when the student resides at the
college. Most Jewish educators, burdened with
economic responsibilities, are unable to enjoy
this privilege so vital to their careers.
For these reasons the American Association
welcomes the arrangements made by the Mi-
ami Bureau of Jewish Education and hopes that
other communities will follow that example.
The Eleetion
The residents of Miami Beach went to the polls
this week and selected five men for their Munici-
pal Council. The vote recorded indicated that
this election was the largest in the history of the
community. This large vote does not evidence
that the Beach has grown in population alone
but certiiied a growing, active and a live interest
by the residents in the municipal affairs of Miami
Beach. This is a healthy condition.
Highlighting the election was the overwhelm-
ing mandate accorded Harold Turk, the "Man
with a Plan" candidate. Turk, though extremely
active and popular in the community for many
years, has been in politics only a year. In this
short span he achieved the distinction of leading
the field of candidates and having the greatest
number of votes cast for him than has ever before
been recorded for any candidate on the Beach.
Turk's program, among other things calls for
the establishment at Miami Beach of a Citizens'
Planning Committee. Long before he offered him-
self for service on the council two years ago,
Harold Turk realized that this rapidly growing
city could not continue to prosper without the
establishment of a long-range program of plan-
ning. Up to now Miami Beach has grown, not
because of its past close-range planning, but in
spite of it and largely because of its natural at-
tributes of sunshine, sea and beneficial climate.
With this tremendous public endorsement Turk
knows that his desires are that of the people and
will proceed to do the utmost in fulfilling his
program.
Burnett Roth's last minute decision to enter the
race pleasantly surprised his friends, in his first
attempt at political office. His successful race
came after much hard work on rent control and
vtterans' welfare projects. That his efforts were
appreciated can be seen by his election to public
office. He has pledged to continue that hard work
in behalf of his constituency.
Mel Richard whose popularity and crusading
campaign earned him third place, has pledged
himself to a cleanup of the Beach. His will be the
toughest job and he will need the support of the
council to accomplish his purpose.
Burbridge and Powell, the two incumbents who
were re-elected, have been the stalwarts of the
council for many years. Their work is well known
their re-election evidences the esteem in which
they are held.
The make-up of the Miami Beach City Council
shows an excellent choice by the voters. The re-
sponsibility from hereon rests with those selected.
The discovery of Meichel Press-
man, 85-year-old painter whose
:< cent one-man show of 60 paint-
ings at New York Carlehach Gal-
lery evoked the plaudits of the
critics, has been credited to his
daughter-in-law, Mrs. Benjamin
Pressman, an artist in her own
light. Mrs. Pressman, nee Rhea
Melicov, is a former resident of
Miami Beach and a sister of Pian-
ist Anyuta Melicov, who is well
known in musical circles here.
The octogenarian artist, who
participated in the Hobby Show
for Older Persons conducted at
the Museum of Natural History
in New York last month, was
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presented with an award by
Actress Helen Hayes for out-
standing art work there. One of
his paintings, "Exodus from
Egypt," appeared on the cover of
the April issue of the Hebrew
Monthly.
Though this acclaim would lead
one to believe that Mr. Press-
man has been a life-long artist,
such is not the case. He had never
touched a brush in his life until
ten months ago, when he sub-
mitted a design to his daughter-
in-law, who was painting on the
glass of the French door in the
iiving room.
Delighted with the sample

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which Mr. Pressman gave her,
Mrs. Pressman and her husband,
a New York dentist, with whom
the elder Pressman lives, bought
him crayons, then water colors,
and he has been painting ever
since.
Born and reared in a small
village in Galicia, he has gone
back to the impressions of his
boyhood and his deeply religious
home for subjects. His works are
executed in vivid color in the
primitive technique universal to
all folk art.
The artist came to America in
1898 and became a garment work-
er. He sent tor his wife and
children and through many years
of hard work and saving went
into business as a pants contract-
or. At the age of 65 he retired
from business. In 1941 he under-
went a leg amputation because of
an infection.
"This is the end," he thought
at that time, but his work has
opened up a new world for him
and now "the day can't begin too
soon."
Mr. Pressman has shown no
artistic temperament and accepts
his fame quietly. He says in Yid-
dish, "I'm just having fun and
everybody is raving about it."
Despite his age, the artist is
hale. His ayes are keen and his
hand is steady.
Zionist Leaders In
Hungary Arrested
LONDON, (JTA)A number of
Zionist leaders have been ar-
rested in Hungary on charges of
allegedly aiding the organization
of illegal emigration from the
country, according to reliable in-
formation reaching here from
Hungary.
Among the arrested are Dr.
Bela Denes, a Mapai leader; Gena
Frenkel, of the Mizrachi; and,
Alexander Kertes, a leader of
Mapam. The government has em-
phasized that the arrests were
not made because of the former
Zionist activities of the three
leaders, the report said.
U. S. Christian Study Group On Tour Of
Israel Received By Israeli Officials
NEW YORK The recent
Study Tour to Israel, sponsored
by the American Christian Pales-
tine Committee and attended by
a number of prominent American
Christians including journalists,
public officials, educators and
clergymen, including Circuit
Judge George E. Holt of the 11th
Judicial Circuit of Florida, was
highlighted by interviews and
visits with Dr. Chaim Weizmann,
president of Israel, Moshe Shar-
rett, foreign minister, and James
G. McDonald, U. S. ambassador
to Israel, the Rev. Karl Baehr,
executive secretary of the Ameri-
can Christian Palestine Commit-
tee, reported. Mr. Baehr was a
member of the Israeli Study Tour
which was terminated after a
two-week visit in the Jewish
State.
Members of this seminar group
were the special guests of Prime
Minister David Ben-Gurion dur-
ing his official reception com-
memorating the first anniversary
of Israel's independence, Mr.
Baehr revealed. They were re-
ceived also by the mayors of
Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, and se-
cured appointments with Rabbi
J. L. Fishman, Israeli minister of
religion, and Dr. Leo Kohn, au-
thor of Israel's draft constitution.
The seminar group, which left
the United States on April 20,
was given the full cooperation of
the Israeli government in seek-
ing out those places in which it
evinced an interest, Mr. Baehr
disclosed.
Cities visited by the Christian
study participants included Jaffa,
Hazareth, Tel Aviv, Acre, Caper-
naum, Haifa, the New City of
Jerusalem, Tiberias and Safed.
The American group also toured
through Galilee, the Jordan Val-
ley, the Negev, and various Is-
raeli settlements, reception cen-
ters, and scientific and cultural
institutions.
Mr. Baehr said that his group
had made it a point to meet with
Christian clergymen, wherever
possible, and visited a number of
Christian educational institutions.
orphanages and monasteries. The
American tourists made a visit to
the Notre Dame Hospice which
was the scene of active Arab-
Israeli fighting during the early
stages of the war.
It was learned that the Study
Tour group had been received by
Berl Locker, chairman of the
Jewish Agency Executive. This
latter group cooperates with the
Israeli government in the trans-
portation, resettlement and re-
habilitation of Jews leaving the
displaced persons' camps of
Europe for Israel. The American
tourists also visited the Arab vil-
lage of Abugosh and the Druse
village of Asfia. In each instance
they were entertained by the
Arab Mukhtar (chieftain) of these
communities.
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remAY, IUNE 10, 1949
Gables Religious
it Seats Leaders
An overflow audience watched
Coral Gables Mayor W. Keith
Phillips install the officers and
^d of directors of the newly
organized First Jewish Congre-
ntion of Coral Gables at the
Htllel House Monday night.
Installed at the ceremonies
ere Lee Platt, president; Abe
Maioff vice president; Edward
Weich secretary; Paul Zerler, fi-
nancial secretary; Ben Z. Fried-
man treasurer; Dr. Seymour
Blumenthal. Murray Barson. Ar-
thur Dcutsch. Eli Einbinder, Leon
Honig. .Sain Lieberman, Paul
Recce Max Weinberg and Sam
Rabinovich, directors.
Also inducted were the tem-
porary
officers of the sisterhood,
jjrs. Lucy Friedman, president;
Mrs. Gertrude Weich, secretary;
Mrs. Ruth Barson, treasurer.
Principal speaker of the eve-
ning was Kabbi Irving Lehrman,
who welcomed the new congre-
gation and expressed a hope for
its success. Rabbi Lehrman also
gave the benediction.
Present at the meeting to ex-
tend the greetings of their re-
spective organizations were Abe
Games, executive director of the
Jewish Bureau of Education; Ben
Essen, worshipful master of Hi-
biscus Lodge FA & M; Morton
Beigel. president of the West Mi-
ami JewL-h Center, and Mrs. Bibi
Fishman. president of the Sister-
hood of the Israelite Center.
The First Jewish Congregation
of Coral Gables was organized on
May l. 1949, to meet the needs of
the Jewish community of Coral
Gables and adjoining area. It will
follow the tenets and precepts
of Conservative Judaism.
Refreshments were served by
the ladies of the sisterhood with
Mrs. Joseph Rogers in charge.
The new organization meets
every Monday at 8:30 p.m. at the
Hillel House at 3306 Ponce de
Leon Blvd.. Coral Gables. Resi-
dents of the area interested in
obtaining further information may
contact the secretary, Edward
Weich, at 83-6251.
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Weinstein Named
State Hillel Head
lrwin Weinstein was named
chairman of the Hillel commit-
tees for the state of Florida, at
the recent B'nai B'rith State Con-
vention, held in Havana, Cuba.
Weinstein, a former practicing
attorney for 25 years in New
York City, is a graduate of Syra-
cuse University where he was
named to the All-American foot-
ball and basketball teams. He is
a former president of Big Bro-
thers Association in Brooklyn and
is an experienced worker with
youth organizations.
Weinstein plans an extensive
tour of the Hillel Foundations ir,
the state of Florida in Septem. er
and will address 22 B'nai B'nth
lodges on his itinerary. He Is a
member of Sholem Lodge, B'nai
B'rith, in Miami.
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Rhena Jacobson. who will
graduate from Miami Senior
High on June 17, was feted at
a surprise graduation party
Sunday. May 29. by her uncle
and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. M.
Rubinstein. Rhena, who is the
daughter of Mrs. Bella Blask
Jacobson, 1152 S.W. 23rd Ave..
is past president of Tri Beta
sorority. She will enter the Uni-
versity of Miami in the fall.
-JmlstfkrMlnr,
Synagogue Council
To Meet June 19
em Fionda will be held Sunday
FiST* ft? 19-at thc h S
Judge and Mrs. Harold Spaet, 220
West R,v0 Alto Dr., Miami Beach
mhc council, which has been
conceived by Dr. Jacob H. Kap-
hM^den| "f "" F,""da Rab-
nS A/S0Clat",n- wi" be com-
posed of representatives from
>ngregations in this area Pur-
Pose of the organization will be
" give a united voice to the re-
Iigious groups in Southeastern
Florida and to further such reli-
gious interests as they have ir.
con mon.
The council will in no way in-
terfere with the religious and ad-
ministrative autonomy of the con-
states'1* organization." Dr- Kaplan
Students To Leave
On Israeli Tour
Myron Levitt of Miami will be
among the four Southern voung
Zionists who will leave this sum-
mer on an eight-week Study Tour
Of Israel under the sponsorship
of the Intercollegiate Zionist Fed-
eration of America. Others w'10
Will represent the South are Ar-
thur Stanley Robinson of Knox-
ville. Tenn.: Ramon Rosenzwei-*
of Savanrah, Ga.; and Marvin
Hurvich of the University of Ala-
bama and Birmingham.
The four young men v.11 be
among a group of American stu-
dents and teachers who will leave
New York on July 5. En route
the group will ftop in Italy :o
visit Rome and the Vatican, ani
on the return trip they will stop
off in Paris.
The first few weeks in Israel
will be spent traveling through-
out the country visiting cities and
settlements, factories and refin-
s, schools, laboratories and
points of historic and archaeo-
logical interest. An optional thrjo
week course at the Hebrew Uni-
versity will be offered. Parti-
cipants will live in cooperative
settlements working side by side
with Israeli youth and learning
t understand their new way of
life.
"Purpose of the trip is to afford
American students and teachers
the opportunity to witness at fust
hand the social and political
forces that are shaping the future
of Israel," one of the spokesmen
for the group said. The young mer.
will return this fall to resume
their studies and to take an active
role in I.Z.F.A. throughout the
South.
PAGE FIVE
Esther Ann Cohen
lleth David Will
Hold Cornerstone
Services June 19
Cornerstone services for the
new Beth David Synagogue now
being constructed on S.W. 3rd
Ave., between 2Gth and 27th
Roads, will be held Sunday, June
19, from 4 to 5 p.m.
City and state officials, clergy-
men of different faiths will par-
ticipate in the ceremonies.
It is expected that the building
will be complete in time for High
Holy Day services.
Ir. Iladassah To
Install Officers
Esther Ann Cohen will be in-
stalled as president of the Miami
Unit of Junior Hadassah at cere-
monies to be held at the Delano
Hotel, Collins Ave. and 17th St.,
Miami Beach, Sunday at 3 p.m.
Miss Cohen is former treasurer of
the unit, recording secretary of
the Southern Region of Jr. Ha-
dassah and was recently chosen
to attend Brandeis Camp Insti-
tute at Winterdale, Pa.
Miriam Scheinberg is chairman
of the installation. Her commit-
tee consists of Ria Ross, Elaine
Goldman and Anita Go! man.
Mrs. Lionel Silverman. senior ad-
visor to the group and first vice
president of the Miami Senior
Hadassah, will serve as installing
officer at the dessert luncheon.
Others to be inducted are: first
vice president. Miriam Schein-
berg; second vice president, Shir-
ley Friedman; third vice presi-
dent, Evelyn Pollak; treasurer,
Anita Goldman; financial secre-
tary, Lcona Friedman; recording
secretary, Theda Bohrer; coi re-
sponding secretary, Elaine Gold-
man.
Singer Names Federation
Committee Chairmen
William D. Singer, president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration recently named Sidney
Lefcourt chairman of the Federa-
tion budget committee.
Others appointed to head com-
mittees were Joseph R. Stein,
nominating; Abraham Goodman,
campaign: Stanley C. Myers,
community planning: Herbert E.
Scher, rating.
My Sincere Thanks
Miami Y Bridge Session
The Miami Y will hold another
duplicate bridge session Monday
night at 8 o'clock in the air-cooled
auditorium of the Y building.
Winners at previous sessions
have been Lou Seitlin. Harold
Meyers, Martin Braterman, Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Grossbcrg. Dr. and
Mrs. Richard Elsen, Rosiland
Hirsch. Mickev Rose, Bob Dezen
and Marian Davidowitz.
Members who have not yet re-
ceived their prizes may pick them
up on Monday night__________
Steering Committee Of
Women's Council Meets
A meeting of the steering com-
mittee to plan the post-campaign
activities of the Women's Year-
Round Council of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation was
held May 31, at Federation quar-
ters. Mrs. Abraham Goodman,
chairman of the council, presided.
Other members of the steering
committee present were the Mo-
dames Monte Selig, Stanley C.
Myers, Leon Kaplan, Sylvia
Chertkof and Irving Lehrman.
Mrs. Goodman named Mrs.
Selig and Mrs. Myers on a com-
mittee to draw up a charter for
the council. The next meeting of
the steeling committee will be
held on June 21.
MAX P. FELD
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Announces the Removal of his Office to
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Telephone 82-8243
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To Set Up Library
An urgent plea for books, par-
ticularly children's books, has
been made by Mrs. Joseph Dun-
tov, chairman of the library com-
mittee of the Women's Auxiliary
of Mt. Sinai Hospital.
Mrs. Dur.tov, a graduate of Co-
lumbia University, was a profes-
sional librarian for many years
in New York. During the war she
compiled bibliographies for the
Engineering Division of the War
Department. Mrs. Duntov who
is being assisted by Mrs. Charles
Werblow. is planning to devote
the summer to setting up the li-
brary according to professional
standards. She will have the port-
able library ready to function
by the time the hospital opens m
October.
Books in good condition, par-
ticularly children's books, may be
left at the home of Mrs. Duntov.
2008 North Alton Road 58-2715,
or Mrs. Werblow, 720 East di Lido
Dr 58-2192. Anyone wishing to
have books picked up is asked to
call either number.
I am deeply and sincerely grateful to the
many generous supporters through whose
efforts and votes I was re-elected to the
Miami Beach Council. In return for your
inspiring confidence, I pledge myself to con-
tinue to work untiringly for the progress
and welfare of our fine city.
WILLIAM "Bill"
BURBRIDGE
YOUR COUNCILMAN
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FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1949
Round Table Discussion To Highlight
Sholem Lodge Meeting Tuesday Night
strengthening and advancing
democratic understanding among
all groups.
Sholem Lodge will also salute
' Father's Day. President John
Kronenfeld, who headed a deleg-
1 ation to the 5th District Grand
Lodge B'nai B'rith Convention
held in Savannah. Ga.. will report
on the proceedings of the con-
vention.
I i-o|i ;il Lodg Hold Swim Danco
Tropical Lodge of B'nai B'rith
will sponsor its third annual
water carnival and swim dar.ee
tomorrow night at the Hyde Park
Hotel. The affair, previously
scheduled for last Saturday night,
was postponed because of incle-
ment weather conditions.
Highlight of the evening will
be a colorful water show. Dance
interpretations of Maria Diaz will
also be featured.
Facilities of the pool, including
cabanas and towels, will be avail-
able at 7:30 p.m. Dancing to
Rickey Carmen's orchestra is
scheduled for 9.
All tickets purchased' for last
week's affair will be honored.
Contributions are $1.25 per person
and all proceeds will go to com-
munity service and charity.
A challengir.o round table dis-
cussion on "How to Build Good
Human Relations in Our Com-
munity" will highlight the month-
ly meeting of Sholem Lodge,
B'nai B'rith, to be held Tuesday
at 8:15 p.m. at Temple Israel.
Unique in panel discussions,
the forum will present four ex-
perts to discuss the role of various
local institutions in combatting
bigotry and advancing harmon-
ious group relations.
Participants will be Dr. Gordon
W. Lovejoy, chairman of the de-
partment of human relations of
the University of Miami, who will
discuss the role of educational in-
stitutions in building good human
relations; the Rev. Paul N.
Jewett, St. John's By-the-Lake
Methodist Church, Miami Beach,
to present the role of the clergy:
Abe Aronovitz, attorney and civic
leader, wno will outii'.e the role
of legal and legislative action:
and Victor Badger, editorial writ-
er for the Miami Daily News, who
will present the role of the press
in carrying out the theme of the
discussion.
Moderator will be Frank Jaffe,
program chairman of Sholem
Lodge. First hand reports of cur-
rent trends in local group rela-
tions, which will form the core
of the round table discussion, will
be presented by Burnett Roth.
ADL chairman of Sholem Lodge
and newly elected councilman of
Miami Beach, and Gilbert J.
Balkin, Florida Regional director,
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith. This will be Councilman
Roth's first public appearance
since his election.
Jaffe has announced that audi-
ence participation in the discus-
sion will be invited. Stress will
be placed, he added, on the part
which should be played by every
B'nai B'rith member and all per-
sons in the community in
Judith Wolperl, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. George Wolpert,
1776 S.W. 16th Ave.. received a
BA from Wellesley College this
week at the 71st annual com-
mencement exercises. Judith,
who is an English major, was
elected to Phi Beta Kappa and
was named a Durant scholar
for highest academic distinc-
tion. She has been chief jusice
of th'e student government, of-
ficer of her class and a staff
member of the Wellesley Col-
lege News.
Ifac*<*alaur High School Graduate* Sol For .Sun.
For the first time in the history
of Greater Miami, special bacca-
laureate services for the Jewish
graduates of the senior high
schools in this area will be held.
Services will be held Sunday at
7:30 p.m. at Beth David Syna-
gogue.
Several hundred graduates will
march in the processional. Rabbis
Hebrew A<*adVmy To Hold Closing
l-\iM*is*s Thursdav Afternoon
With the cooperation of the
Parent-Teacher Association and
the Ladies League, closing day
exercises of the Hebrew Academy
will be held Thursday afternoon,
at 1:30 p.m. at the school audi-
torium, Jefferson Ave. and 6th
St.. Miami Beach.
The ceremonies will feature
the combined chorus of the He-
brew and English departments,
which is under the direction of
Edna Sachs and Joshua Schreib-
man.
An original dramatic presenta-
tion on the theme "What Is the
Academy." which has been pre-
pared by members of the faculty,
will be "presented.
Prizes and awards in scholar-
ship, good citizenship and sports
will be given to the outstanding
students of the school. Participat-
ing in the distribution of these
awards will be: Mr. and Mrs.
David Andron, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Borris. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Zion
Ginsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Isidore
Goldberg, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Grundwerg, Mr. and Mrs. Sol
Lobel, Mr. and Mrs. Kolman
Lurie, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rein-
hard, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Satin,
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Silver-
stein, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Stone.
The local rabbis, as well as the
presidents and directors of the
congregations of Greater Miami,
have been invited to participate
in the ceremonies. Sol L. Sugai-
man, principal of the academy,
will serve as chairman.
Jacob H. Kaplan and Max Shapi-
ro will officiate and Cantor Maur-
ice Mamches will chant the
liturgical numbers and Margaret
Chasan will play the organ.
Rabbi Shapiro will preach the
baccalaureate sermon and Rabbi
Kaplan will bring greetings to
the graduates and bless them.
A reception will follow in the
auditorium.

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a dance to mark the first anni-
versary of the West Miami Jew-
ish Center. The affair, which will
culminate celebration activities,
is elated for July 2 at the Miami
Beac'.i ElKs Club. 720 West Ave.
The dance will feature a name
band 'nd entertainment and re-
freshments will be served.
During its first year of activity,
the West Miami Jewish Center
has purchased a plot of ground
for the erection of a place of wor-
ship and Jewish Community Cen-
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earmarked for the building fund.
Army Officer To Speak
"The Army in Time of Peace"
will be the subject of an address
by Major Harold Hillman, U. S.
Army, recruiting officer for the
Army and Air Force in South
Florida, today at 12:15 p.m.-at
the Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith
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Major Hillman will be intro-
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period will follow the address.
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timate
he decides
sidcnt Truman has told to-
la that in the event
to make a trip to
he will vWt Israel tojee
WotfT friend Chaim"
W.w. u, hnon cool
has been
The
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^rconfenin^withVop-rank-
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However since the easing of
HfdTplomats <
\ S'oveV'the Berlin block-
S he"advocate, of such a.visit
vj-e gained the upper hand.
ahPr will cost Israel about
So The membership
JSTre based on the national
Some of a given country .
Z ironv of the alphabet places
Israel between Iraq and Lebanon
Si the Assembly Israeli For-
Jm Minister Moshe Sharett was
a, overcome with emotion that
when he began addressing the
Assembly he could hardly raise
ris voice above a whisper .
nativity at the Assembly when
the membership application was
approved was almost as great as
hen the Assembly voted for
partition in November of 1947
The Arab tactics were the
same They just took a walk
but not with the same spirit of
(ejection as when they heard the
results of the partition vote .
Ironicallv enough Israel's first of-
ficial position coincided with the
Arab stand on the Libyan ques-
tion ... U Israel's vote against
Franco should prove deciding in
the Assembly an historic Jewish
grievance against the Spain of the
Inquisition will have found not
onlv vocal but practical expres-
sion ... It is a certainty that Is-
rael will not let itself become in-
volved in the East-West struggle
...Neutrality will be the theme
song of its diplomats Nor
will it involve itself in commit-
.T.ents with regard to the pro-
jected Mediterranean alliance .
Israel's admission to the U.N. was
a personal defeat for Ernest Bevin
who worked earnestly and fever-
ishly during his recent visit to
foe U. S. to have the application
Jelved until September ... He
id many willing ears in Washi-
ngton His plans were
warted by Truman himself who
personally briefed a top-level
State Department official on
American policy on Israel's mem-
Mrship application.
Chess Games At Lausanne .
The Arabs it seems are not yet
ready to sit down at the round
table with an eye to permanent
P*ace The Lausanne confer-
ence appears deadlocked as a re-
sult of repetitious Arab tactics
In fact there are rumors the
Arab states threatened to with-
draw from the conference .
nor machinations would seem
to indicate .strong support from
itnout ... it is now weeks since
israel agreed in principle to in-
ternational control of the holy
Wes King Abdullah, who
ontrols the old city of Jerusalem,
"as remained strangely silent but
we anxious voices who prodded
!^lon the -holy places" haven't
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least ... Let there be no illusion
if the Lausanne conference
doesn't resolve the Arab refugee
problem and the Jerusalem issue
there will be tense moments at
the next session of the General
Assembly It would be folly
infer that the delegates who
to
backed Israel's admission to the
United Nations will back her on
the refugee problem The pol-
itical chess board at Lausanne is
still too crowded with pieces to
permit conjecture on the result
of the game .
They
A Lesion From the Irish .
The American Council for
Judaism has asked the American
press to refrain from using the
word Jew when
raeli citizens Although it is
doubtful the Council can learn
anything it would be well for
those gentlemen to digest a story
about an Irishman and a Jew .".
Chief Rabbi Herzog of Israel re-
cently addressed the Ancient
Order of Hibernians in Elizabeth.
N. J. Dr. Herzog has been
chief rabbi of Ireland before settl-
ing in Palestine and he is a mas-
ter of Gaelic ... On opening his
shortchanged .
contended they were en-
titled 0 stipends for each of the
wives they were blessed with
Polygamy is a common practice
among the Arabs, particularly
among those who can afford it
It is also current among
Sepnardic and Yemenite Jews
since tne edict issued against
multiple spouses by Rabbi Ger-
shom some 1000 years ago did
not apply to Jews residing in Pal-
estine Plurality of wives was
not banned either under Mosaic
or Talmudic law At any rate
the practitioners of multiple wiv-
ery seemed to have a good case
For weeks the authorities
ed with handling the puzzle
were puzzled what to do .
finally, after a series of huddles,
describing Is- conferences and pilpulistic de-
bate they extricated themselves
from the web by ruling that one
wife was a necessity but that
multiple wivery was a luxury be-
yond the reach of Israel at this
time.
Dr. Feinberg Announces
Removal Of Offices
Dr. Herbert Feinberg, chiropod-
- ist, announces the removal of his
I.d,^j}f referred to#his listeners offices from 311 Lincoln Road to
605 Lincoln Road, Suite No. 619.
as former compatriots
Whereupon the chairman of the
meeting interrupted him with the
remark: '-Rabbi, I just wish to
remind you that once an Irish-
man always an Irishman" .
Polygamy A Luxury .
Dr. Fienberg, who is on the
staff of the Jewish Home for the
Aged, is president of the Florida
Podiatry Association and past
president of the Dade County
Chiropody Society.
llv.uli llli Lodge
Ham*** To Honor
77 Xew McmkWrs
A show night and dance honor-
ing 77 new members in the Mi-
ami Beach Lodge of B'nai B'rith
will be held tomorrow night at 9
o'clock at the Delano Hotel, it
has been announced by President
David R. Isen.
Chairman Sol Goldstrom will
be assisted by Herbert A. Markow
and William Wagner. Feature of
the evening will be a give-away
game in which the participants
will receive suitable mementos
of the evening.
Tickets are $1 per person and
may be secured at the door, it is
announced by Mr. Goldstrom. The
public is invited.
The new members were in-
ducted into the order in cere-
monies at the Miami Beach Jew-
ish Center Wednesday evening.
A capacity audience heard Ed-
ward Grusd, editor of the Na-
tional Jewish Monthly Magazine,
the official B'nai B'rith publica-
tion, describe the effects of the
establishment of the republic of
Israel on the Jews of the world,
i The degree team was headed
by Siegfried Giesmar and the pro-
gram was under the direction of
Godfrey K. Newman.
Cantor To Attend Meet
Cantor Samuel Kelemer of
Temple Beth Sholom will leave
for New York City to attend the
Institute on Jewish Liturgical
Music to be conducted by the
Hebrew Union School of Educa-
tion and Sacred Music. While in
New York, the cantor will par-
ticipate in the opening dedication
ceremony of the new home and
seminary of the Cantors Associa-
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Personally Speaking...
Mr. and Mrs. Mayer Frankel, accompanied by their son,
Marvin, left for Los Angeles this week to visit their son-in-law
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce L. Greenberg. The Frankels
will spend the entire summer on the West Coast. Mrs. Green-
berg is the former Natalie Frankel.
.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Finkelstein, 2900 S.W. 22nd Terr., will be
hosts at an open house Sunday afternoon from 2 to 7 in honor
of their son, Martin, who graduated from the University of
Miami Law School Monday.
*
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Harry Spivack, 905 Michigan Ave.,
Miami Beach, are Mr. and Mrs. J. Milestone, Mr. and Mrs. Alex
Miller and Mr. and Mrs. J. Black, all of Philadelphia, Pa.
-* *
Dr. and Mrs. Walter J. Lear of Arlinqton, Va., and their
children will arrive by plane today to spend a two-week vaca-
tion with Dr. Lear's parents, Dr. and Mrs. Edward G. Lear, 1010
West Ave., Miami Beach.
* *
Daniel Broad of California is visitinq his son and daughter-
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Shepard Broad of Miami Beach.
Zclda Berlin To Wed Bernard Kitchin
In Garden Ceremony At 7 P.M. Today
Miss Zclda Berlin is pictured ,
here in the wedding gown which
she will wear this evening when
she becomes the bride of Bernard
Kitchin in a garden ceremony at
the horr.c of Mr. and Mrs. E. G.
Watt--. 2431 S.W. 4th St.. at 7
o'clock.
Zclda. the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. A. H. Berlin, of 324 S.W.
23rd Ave.. will have as her only
attendant Barbara Chaffee who
will he attired in pale green
mdy. Miss Cl affee will wear
a picture hat and will carry a
v, How carnal
Sisti Miss M
K.: run, v. ill keep the bi i 'a
k.
The 1 ridal gown is fashioned
of orgai lace with full,
ballerina fei gl rt. Her .
illusion veil will fall from a tiara
of simulated orange blossoms. She
will wear matching nuts and
y a bouquet of carnation.-
te orchids showered with
stephanotis.
Fi r ..' daughter's wedding
Mrs. Berlin will wear a powder
blue gown with a corsage of
gai
Herbert Ow< n will be the b
man.
The couple will hone; >i\ in
V Orleans and Chicago and
will then reside in Toledo. Ohio
: Mr, Kitchin is conni cted
:. I a newspaper. For her goiog-
e. Miss Berlin has
chosen ;. powder blue suit
white acc< ssoi ii s and ill ai
a white oi chid corsage.
Lotte Grahn
Betrothal Announced
Mr. Bnd Mrs. Joe Gold, 311
Ki nilworth Blvd.. West Palm
Beach, announce the engagi
and approaching marriage of their
daughter, M; rion, to Bernard
Gold of Brocton, Masa
The wedding will take place
July 3 at the Sun and Surf Clul .
Palm Beach, with Rabbi Mi a
(; nstein officiating.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
the University of Miami and is
now employed in West Palm
Beach.
Mr. Gold, the son of Mrs. Lottie
Gold and the late Mr. Gold of
Brocton. is a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Tor.nrssee. where he
was a football star. He served for
two years as captain in the Army
Air Force in the European and
Pacific theatre- Mr. Gold is now
engaged in business in Brocton.
Mrs. Shackman Honored
Mrs. Elsie Shackman was guest
of honor at luncheon in the Gulf-
stream Room of the Versailles
Hotel where Mrs. Carl Susskir.d.
her sister-in-law. acted as hostess
to 45 guests in honor of Mrs.
Shackman's approaching mar-
riage to Benjamin Nadler of 8031
Abbott Ave.. Miami Beach.
A medley of songs was rendered
by Mrs. William Shapiro, and a
bridge party was held after the
luncheon.
Harold Bau m gar tens
To Live On Beach
T: c marriage of Rita Doris
Sneider, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Harold H. Sneider, 10601 N.W. 5t
Ave., to Harold Baumgarten, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Baum-
garten, Miami Beach, was solemn-
ized Saturday at 8 p.m. at the
Shelbome Hotel. The couple ex-
changed vows before Rabbi Max
Shapiro.
Given in marriage by her
father, the bride was attired in
a white lace gown, fashioned with
a wide bertha edged in satin
applique and a full skirt. She
wore matching lace gloves and a
lace and tulle headpiece. Orchids
ai d stephanotis adorned her
white bible.
Irene Budnor, maid of honor,
pink and blue net, while
Janice Goldir.er, bridesmaid, wore
I lu< organdy. They carried nose-
gays of carnations and roses.
Flower girl was Barbara Herzog.
wore blue organdy trimmed
with eyelet. The bride's brother,
Jay Warren Sneider, served as
best man.
For her daughters wedding
Mrs. Sneider chose a navy Chan-
tilly lace gown with pink ac-
cessories. The bridegroom's
mother wore gray lace and tissue
faille with silver accessories.
Immediately following the
ceremony a dinner was held at
the Shelborne Hotel. Later the
couple left for a wedding trip to
New York. Upon their return they
will reside at 1115 Pennsylvania
Ave., Miami Beach.
_ The bride attended schools in
New York and the University of
Miami. Mr. Baumgarten received
his bachelor's degree from New
York University and his master's
degree from the University of Mi-
ami.
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Shirley Shifke
Shirley Shifke To
Join Autumn Brides
Mr. and Mrs. Max Shifke, 1352
13th Terr.. Miami Beach, have
announced the betrothal of their
daughter, Shirley, to Irving Har-
ris, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abe
Herscovitz, Lakeland, Fla.
Miss Shifke is a graduate of
Miami Beach High School. She
attended Florida State University
and the University of Miami,
where she was a member of Delta
Phi Epsilon sorority.
Her fiance attended the St.
Petersburg Junior College and is
a graduate of Wharton School of
Business at the University of
Pennsylvania. He is a member of
Phi Epsilon Pi and Theta Gamma
Sigma.
Plans are for a September 4th
wedding.
Isadora Margolis
Betrothal Revealed
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Benjamin
Margolis of 3163 Sheridan Ave.,
Miami Beach, announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, Isa-
dora, to Richard William Gray-
son of Passaic, N. J.
The wedding will take place in
the fall.
The bride elect attended Miami
Beach Senior High School and
was graduated from the Universi-
ty of Miami, where she was a
member of Alphi Epsilon Phi
sorority.
Her fiance, the son of Dr. and
Mrs. Frederick Ginsburg of Pas-
saic, N. J., studied Industrial De-
sign at Pratt Institute, Brooklyn,
N. Y., and attended Biarritz Uni-
versity in Southern France. Mr.
Grayson served for three years
in the European Theatre of Op-
erations with the 15th Infantry
Regiment and is now associated
with C. H. Henders, Interior De-
signers of Patterson, N. J. ,
Morton Melvin Fishers To Reside In
Miami Beach After European Honeymoon
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Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman per-
formed the wedding rites which
united in marriage Pearl Naomi
Sapero and Morton Melvin Fisher
on Sunday at 5 p.m. at the Saxony
Hotel.
The bride, who is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Sapero,
4275 Nautilus Dr., Miami Beach,
wore a blush satin gown with a
princess style bodice and full
skirt. The neckline was edged in
Alencon lace and encrusted with
seed pearls and sequins. The same
lace was used on the hemline and
train of the skirt. Her blush il-
lusion veil fell from a Mary
Queen of Scots headpiece also
fashioned of Alencon lace. She
carried a white prayer book
adorned with orchids and step-
hanotis.
Dons i_,erner, Philadelphia, Pa.,
was her cousin's maid of honor
and Mrs. Jack Omanoff, sister of
the bridegroom, served as matron
of honor. Other attendants includ-
ed Joan Rodenberg and Lovey
Friedman, Miami Beach; Phyllis
Sapero, Baltimore, Md., cousin of
the bride; Molly Fisher, New
York, cousin of the bridegroom.
The attendants were attired in
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Mrs. Norman Arkin.
Rosalie Taylor Wed
To Norman Arkin
In a double ring candlelight
ceremony beneath a canopy of
white gladioli and palms Rosalie
Taylor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Taylor, Miami Beach, be-
came the bride of Norman Arkin,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Arkin.
The couple spoke their vows be-
fore Rabbi Leon Kronish on May
29 at the Sherry Frontenac Hotel.
The bride, given in marriage
by her father, wore white lace
embroidered with seed pearls.
Her illusion veil fell from a seed
pearl coronet. She carried a bible
topped with two white orchids.
Wearing white organdy over
aqua taffeta, Mrs. Harold Jacobs
served as matron of honor for
her sister. Maid of honor, Phyllis
Fischer of New York, wore white
organdy over yellow taffeta.
Their tiaras matched and they
carried colonial bouquets. Frances
Lepoff, niece of the bride, was
honor maid.
Best man for his brother was
Jules Arkin and ushering were
Stanley Arkin, Jack Taylor, Har-
old Jacobs and Norman Rosen.
A reception and dinner for 200
guests followed the ceremony.
After a three week honeymoon,
the couple will live in Miami
Beach.
Out-of-town guests included
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Perse, Mr.
and Mrs. Norman Perse and Abe
Freeman, New York; Mrs. Harry
Cooper, Mrs. S. Berman, Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Berman and Jack
Taylor. Philadelphia, Pa.
RESERVATIONS NOW BEING
ACCEPTED
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HENDERSONVILLE. N. C.
STRICTLY KOSHER-
AMERICAN PLAN
Delicious MmIs
Rooms with Private Baths
All Sports Faculties
Including Swimming Pool
SPECIAL RATES FOR JUNE
Now Under th Management of
D. HandelI. Fritdlandtr
Operator! of
Hotel Boeton, Miami Beach
Mrs. Morton M. Fisher
shell pink mousseline de soio with
matching gloves and carried old
fashioned bouquets. They wore
garlands of matching flowers in
their hair.
The son of Mr. and Mr.=. Gustave
Fisher, New York, was attended
by his father. Ushering were Ar-
thur Albert, Chicopee Falls,
Mass.; Herbert Kantor, Atlanta,
Ga.; Bernard Dworski. Rochester,
N. Y.; Seymour Lerner, Philadel-
phia, cousin of the bride; Jerry
Weinberg, Scranton, Pa.
The bride's mother chose a
powder blue chiffon gown for the
occasion and Mrs. Fisher was at-
tired in royal blue Chantilly lace.
Out-of-town guests included
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Edelstein. New
York; Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sapero
and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sapero.
Baltimore; Mr. and Mrs Melvin
Fisher, Muriel Fisher, Mrs. Wal-
ter Finkel and Mrs. Isabel Ber-
lowe, Chicago; Mrs. Fred Swift,
Los Angeles; Mr. and Mr.<. Harrv
Kantor, High Point, N. C; Mr.
and Mrs. George Kantor. At-
lanta; Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Fisher,
New York; Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam Schneer, Mt. Vernon, N. Y.
The bride, who is a native Mi-
amian, is a graduate of Miami
Beach High. She attended the
University of Wisconsin and
graduated this week from the
University of Miami. She is a
member of Alpha Epsilon Phi
sorority.
A veteran of four years in the
Navy, Mr. Fisher graduated from
the University of Pennsylvania,
where he was a member of Zeta
Beta Tau.
The couple will board the
Queen Elizabeth on June 15 for
a European honeymoon Upon
their return, they will reside in
Miami Beach.
Jjurduies
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PjUDAYJUNEiH
1949
^J^istjhridlja,^
Mrs. Seymour Cove
garden Kites Join
Carol Trinkoff
And Seymour Cove
A garden ceremony on May 30
united Carol Trtnlcoff and Sey-
mour Cove, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Morrev Cuvc. 1944 Michigan Ave.,
Miami Beach. The rites were per-
formed by Kabbi Irving Lehr-
ir.an at the home of the bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Trir.koff. 1754 Biarritz Dr., Miami
Beach.
The former Miss Trinkoff grad-
uated from the Lear School and
will enter the University of Mi-
ami in the fall.
Mr, Cove, a Navy veteran, was
graduate! from the University
of Miami.
The couple will live in Miami
Beach up tl eir return from a
month's honeymoon at Lake
George, N. Y.
Harold Turk To Speak
Harold Turk will be guest
speaker at the luncheon club
meeting of the Miami Beach
Lodge of B'nai B'rith on Tuesday
at 12:15 at Hamburger Heart.i.
1549 Washington Ave., Miami
Beach. The speaker will be intro-
duced by Jack Gold.
Ili'iirv lloliaus<>r
Sorority Alumnae
"Adopt" Orphan*
Fifty war orphans, guests of
the French government, in Ha-
guenau, France, will be made
A,PEieiV.throUR'" 8,fts spnt by the
Alpha Eta Chapter of Alpha Ep-
si on Phi and the ureater Miami
Alumnae Association. The chap-
ter "the University of Miami
presented the alumnae a ocial
with a check to purchase a gift
for the L'Orphelinat Israelite, an
orphanage composed of the sur-
viving victims of the Nazi regime
Given a choice of anything they
wanted, the children requested
either a movie projector or iadio
The alumnae held a benefit
movie party Wednesday night at
the Monte Carlo Hotel to secure
funds for both items.
The orphanage, which has been
'adopted" by the Greater Miami
Alumnae Association, has re-
ceived over 1700 pounds of food
clothing, candy and toys (rum
the organization. The postage for
these gifts was provided I
ity-sponsorcd events and much
of the contents was contributed
by local members.
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Ai'.een Hilda Harris
Aileen H. Harris Pledged
To Stephen Samuel Glass
The engagement of Aileen Hil-
da Harris to Ensign Stephen
Samuel Glass, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Glass, 3745 Pine Tree
Dr., Miami Beach and New York,
has been announced by her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Harris,
New York.
The bride-elect attended Field-
ston School, Riverdale, N. Y., and
will graduate from Adelphi Col-
lege. Garden City, New York, this
month. She is a member of Alpha
Epsilon Phi sorority.
Ensign Glass is also an alumnus
of Fieldston School and was grad-
uated from the U. S. Naval Aca-
demy at Annapolis last week. He
will be stationed in New London,
Conr.., where he will be assigned
to the USS Maloy.
l.."i .in
Alvin Schwartz, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Schwartz, 65
S.W. 28th Road, has just re-
ceived his degree of Business
Administration from the Uni-
versity of Miami. A native Mi-
amian. he graduated from Mi-
ami Senior High School. Dur-
ing the war he gave perform-
ances for the USO and Red
Cross. A member of the Hillel
Foundation and Masada, he will
be associated with his father
Alan And Ivan Graubert
To Become Bar Mitzvah
For the first time in Greater
Miami, twin brothers will become
Bar Mitzvah.
Bar Mitzvah ceremonies for
Alan and Ivan Graubert, sons of
Mr. and Mrs. David Graubert, will
be held tomorrow morning at 9
o'clock at Beth David Synagogue.
Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor
Maurice Mamches will officiate.
Kiddush and a reception will
follow.
Prominent Miami Beach archi-
tect, says: "Painstaking care and
owe attention to detail go into
e Planning of any edifice. That
Why 1 consider FARR a top-
noicr, travej architect. They draw
mv travel plansand do it well."
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"Your Travel Agent"
Israeli Exhibition Opens
In Rio De Janeiro
RIO DE JANEIRO. UTA^-An
Israeli exhibition opened here
this week with leading Brazilian
scientists and cultural leaders in
attendance. Brief addresses hail-
ing the event were delivered by
Dv. Samuel Malamud. honorary
Israeli consul here, and officials
of the United Israel. Campaign
and the Jewish National Fund.
Robert Louis Brambier
Robert Louis Brambier
To Become Bar Mitzvah
Mr and Mrs. Sam Brambier.
919 S.W. 25th Ave., announce that
the Bar Mitzvah of their son,
Robert Louis, will take place to-
morrow morning at 9 o clock at
Congregation Beth El, 500 S.W.
'Vhe Bar Mitzvah is a student
at Sher.andoah Junior High.
A reception will follow the
and relatives and
invited to attend.
ceremony
friends are
Messages of felicitations were
also received from President
Chaim Weizmann and Foreign
Minister Moshe Sharett of Israel.
IN APPRECIATION
JbissssssjSSSM
OF CONFIDENCE YOU GAVEHE IN' f^D VOTE LAST
MIAMI BEACH CITY COUNCIL BY THAT RECOR^D^U ^
TUESDAY. I ACCEPT YOUR MANDATE IN ^^AMYING ON
WITH A DEEP SENSE OF RESPONSIBILITY FOR CARRY^m
THE PROGRAM I STARTED DURING MY flitsi
OFFICE. I SHALL CONTINUE TO REPRESENT AU^U
CITIZENS TO THE BEST OF MY ABILITY. MAY wi/
YOU ALL
Harold Turk
YOUR COUNCILMAN
(Paid Political Adv )
Personally Speaking
... Mr- and Mrs. S. Steen, accompanied by their daughter,
Lillian, left this week for a month's stay in Boston.
+ **.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Daum left this week to spend the summer
at their home in Hendersonville, N. C.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Teigman, 1410 Euclid Ave., Miami
Beach, were hosts at a qarden party at their home in honor of
their daughter, Adele Maxine. Among the quests were Dr. and
Mrs. Ralph Jack and their dauqhter, Joan, Dr. and Mrs. Leo
Grossman, Dr. and Mrs. Bernard Kleinman, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Frishman, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Turk, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Zukernick, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Courshon, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Courshon, Mr. and Mrs. David R. Isen, Mr. and Mrs. George
Bertman, Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Adler, Sold Goldstrom and Abe
Pollack.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. J. Press, 911 3rd St., Miami Beach, left for
their summer vacation this week. They will be at 272 Jackson
Ave., Jersey City, N. J.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Max Ganz of West Palm Beach announce the
birth of a daughter Karen Pamela, at St. Mary's hospital there.
Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Harry Metz.
* *
The bris milah of Howard Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
Pepper, 1735 Marseilles Dr., Miami Beach, took place Sunday
at the Pepper home. Acting as godparents were Simon Rodin
and Rose Blumenreich. Benjamin Rothbard, the baby's grand-
father, was sandek. Attendinq were Rabbi and Mrs. Leon
Kronish, Dr. Julian and the baby's grandparents, the Rothbards,
who are visiting from Hoboken, N. J. The Rev. Philip Fried
officiated.
* *
Mrs. Nathan Schocoff and son, Jack, of West Palm Beach
recently left for a visit with friends in New York.
* *
Lawrence Heftel and family recently returned to their
home in Palm Beach after a trip to California and other Western
points.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Silverstein of Miami Beach are spending
a three week vacation at Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville, N. C.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Sperlin, 21 S.W. 52nd Ct., announce
the birth of a son, Terry Bruce, on May 17 at the Doctors Hos-
pital, Coral Gables. Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiated at the bris
which was held on May 24 at the parents' home. William
Sperling, paternal grandfather, was sandek and the qodparents
kere Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Grayson. Grandparents of the new
arrival are Mr. and Mrs. Irving Ginsburg and Mr. and Mrs.
William Sperling.
* *
Dr. and Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan have moved to 1368 Nor-
mandy Dr., Miami Beach. The Kaplans will be home all summer.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Kussner announce the birth of a son,
Robert Arnolfl, on May 26 at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Rabbi
S. Machtei officiated at the bris which was held Sunday, June 5,
at their home, 809 Sevilla Ave. A breakfast for intimate friends
' followed the ceremony. Among those present was Rabbi Murray
Grauer.
* *
A dinner dance qiven by Mr. and Mrs. Irving Schenkman,
1355 Drexel Ave., Miami Beach, at the Monte Carlo Hotel Mon-
day night honored their daughter, Selma, on the occasion of her
graduation from the University of Miami. 75 guests attended the
affair. Selma will spend the summer in New York and will re-
turn here in the fall.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. William Jacobs and H. Kantor are amonq the
early vacationers at Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville, N. C.
* *
Mrs. Mary Ziff. accompanied by her daughter, Adele, and
son, Sanford, will leave for Akron, Ohio, Wednesday for a two
weeks vacation. During their stay they will attend the unveiling
of a monument to the memory of their husband and father, the
late Oscar Ziff.
* *
The bris milah of Alan Fischer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Fischer, 1590 S.W. Flagler Terr., took place Sunday at the home
of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Ginsburg were godparents
and Rabbi Moses Mescheloff was sandek. The baby's paternal
grandfather, J. Fischer, was present at the affair. The Rev.
Philip Fried officiated.
The bris milah of Joseph Mark Jacobs, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Philip Jacobs, took place on Shavuos at the home of his maternal
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Sher, 1329 Euclid Ave., Miami
Beach. Godparents were Mrs. H. Sher and Harold Jacobs, the
baby's uncle. H. Sher was sandek. Present at the ceremony
were Rabbi and Mrs. Joseph E. Rackovsky. The Rev. Philip
Fried officiated.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Glazer have moved from 852 Jefferson
Ave. to 2383 Flamingo Dr., Miami Beach.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Fine motored to Gainesville to attend
the graduation of their son, Louis, from the University of Florida,
Louis, who is an accounting major, received a Bachelor of
Science in Business Administration. Accompanyinq the Fines
were Mr. Fine's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Fine, and Mrs. Fine's father, Sol Schwartz.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ness, 312 N.W. 10th Ave., left this week
to spend live months in Montreal, Canada.
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PAGETKfj
Dade Federal To Mark 15th Birthday
With Opening of Allapattah Office
Celebrating its 15th annivers-
ary, Dade Federal Savings and
Loan Association of Miami, an-
nounced formally today that it
will open a new branch office in
Allapattah. The opening will be
on Saturday, June 18, at the
quarters it has leased and re-
modeled at 1594 N.W. 36th St.
During the "open house" cele-
bration the new Allapattah
branch office will maintain busi-
ness hours from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
six days a week.
Joseph M. Lipton, president of
the savings institution, said, "We
are now fulfilling the plans we
made some time ago. The realiza-
tion that the northwest area
needed the convenience of the
services we render prompted our
action. Our function as a mutual
savings institution with two im-
portant roles to perform for the
community promotion of
thrift and the provision of eco-
nomical home financing must
also be conveniently accessible
to all. With traffic and parking
problems becoming greater every
day in the metropolitan area,
branch offices are rapidly becom-
ing a necessity with more and
more businesses. Allapattah is1
the ideal location for our branch
because it will be accessible to
all the enterprising communities
in the entire northwest area.
"It is sometimes construed that
a Federal Savings and Loan As-
sociation renders commercial
bank services," Lipton said. "This
is not so. We are strictly a mutual
savings institution and do not
provide for checking accounts,
*Jenistithrkilan
LEGAL NOTICE
FRIDAY. JUNE 10,
1949
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
estate of Jessie F. Dlugatch.
Known as Jessie Eeldman Dlugatch,
deceased; and that on the 11th day
of Julv, 1949, 1 will apply to the
Honorable W P. Blanton, County
Judge of Hade County, Florida, for
approval of said final report and [or
final discharge as Executor of the
Kstate of Jessie K. Dlugatch, also
known as Jessie Keldman Dlugatch,
deceased.
This Mil day of June. 1949.
HERBERT DLUQATCH,
Kxecutor of the Estate of Jessie
F. Dlugatch, also known as Jessie
Keldman Dlugatch, Dec'd.
ELKY STONE
Attorney for Executor
6/10-17-24 T 1
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
tha undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the ill in name of TR1X,
at 531 Collins Avenue, Miami I leach.
Florida. Intends to register the said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
JACK DAVIS, Sol,- i iwner
ALFRED KREISLER
Attorney
i Miami. Kin.
610-17-24 7 1
Joseph M. Lipton
Home For Aged Auxiliary
To Sponsor Boat Ride
Plans are being formulated by
the Miami Auxiliary to the Jew-
ish Home for the Aged for a
moonlight boat ride to be held
June 28 aboard the Show Boat.
The boat will leave from Pier 7,
foreign exchange, collections or City Yacht Basin, at 8 p.m. ac-
cording to Mrs. William Danziger,
such other services handled ty
the able commercial banks in the
area. Our business is savings and
home loans, just as our name im-
plies. Savings accounts are in-
sured up to $5,000.00 by the Fed-
eral Savings and Loan Insurance
Corporation, and earn liberal di-
vidends for their holders semi-
annually. The current rate of di-
vidend is 21 per annum. Dadj
Federal does have other conveni-
ent services that parallel its mam
objective such as Christmas Club
savings, traveler's checks, money
orders, etc., and other such seiv-
ices will be added whenever it is
felt they are needed or in de-
mand."
Plans for the "open house" al
the Allapattah branch on Satur-
day include souvenirs for the
adults, favors for the children and
president.
Chairman of the event is Mrs.
Rose Zalis, who will be assisted
by Mrs. Sophie Hershey.
Anyone wishing reservations is
asked to call Mrs. Zalis at 3-6107
or Mrs. Danziger at 48-6483.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned as Sheriff of Dade
County, Florida, acting under and by
virtue of a certain Writ of Execution
issued out of the Civil Court of Record
of Dade County, Florida, in a certain
i ause entitled Allen It. Snow. vs. John
Elmore, trailing and doing business
under the name of Florida I'ollce Re-
porter, being Cause No. 19192. have
levied said execution upon the follow-
ing described property: 2 typewriter
desks; 2 swivel chairs; 3 office chairs;
1 leather divan; 1 photographic drier;
1 photographic enlarger; 1 wooden
table; 1 |K)itable typewriter; for any
information concerning this equipment
call :'-lv">7; and all persons are noti-
fied that I will sell the said described
personal property to the highest and
lust bidder for cash at the south door
of the Dade County Courthouse in the
City of Miami. Dade County, Florida,
on the 4th day of July, 1949. between
the hours of lll:no o'clock A.M. ami
2:00 o'clock I'M., said sale being
made to satisfy said execution to-
gether with costs including costs of
sale, purchaser to pay for Sheriff's
Hill of Sale
Dated this 2 day of June, 1949.
JIMMY SULLIVAN,
Sheriff of Dade County, Florida.
By: CiEO. F. HOLLY,
Deputy Sheriff.
ISIIMAN' AND WOODARD
Attorneys at Law
Tin I'.iscayne Bldg.
6/10-17-24 7/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Johnston's Chlc-N-Pry steaks al 100
N E. 79th Street, Miami. Fla in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
AARON CHAIKEN
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN,
Attorney for Applicant
Seybold mdg,
ti 10-17-24 7,1
LEGAL NOTICE
ORDER OF
THE CIRCUIT
IN THB-CIRCUIT,UCO^Tc%N
nth judicial circuit iv ;
Ft>R DADE COUNTY Ft !_,AND
122 St Marks Mace
New York. New York
-ou are hereby ordered to file .
appearance or answer to the bin -
tiii:
vs.
of
against
complaint for divorce file,,
you by HELEN SCI I LA M .,
fore the 24 day of JuneTmS ?be-
wlse the allegations o Jii i,1""''
be taken as confesse,? aa s '", *>"
DONE AND OPMRffitSn
of May, 1949. s a <>'
E. B. LBATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit / '
(Circuit Court Seal) CUlt Cou"-
By M. C. PEIOB
OBOROH J. TALIANOFe"1"*' (**
Solicitor for Plaintiff
.1/27 6/3-10-17
refreshments for all. High igh f of s aft 5 in tall" weT,X
the relehr.-ifinn ia th eh-.-**-.,'. ? ."' ? ln\ talI weighs
the celebration is the Sheaffer's
Fineline pen and pencil gift set
that will be given free to every-
one opening a new savings ac-
count at the branch office. Sav-
ings accounts opened by mail bv
those unable to attend "in person
will also receive the gift set. It
will be set aside for them and
may be picked up when they are
able to call at the office.
Officers and directors of Dade
Federal Savings and Loan Asso-
ciation are all local residents and
business men. They are: Joseph
M. Lipton, president; Rufus H.
Daniel, vice president and secre-
tary; Leo Robinson, vice presi-
dent; Charles Beatty, vice presi-
dent and treasurer; Clifford N.
Hughes, assistant secretary and
comptroller: William H. J. Saund-
ers, assistant secretary; Albert C.
Elkins, assistant secretary and
cashier and Dee Atwood, assistant
cashier. Directors are: Leonard
Barr, Charles Beattv, Irwin M.
Cassel, Rufus H. Daniel, Gus
Feuer, Joseph M. Lipton, Samuel
Lipton, G. A. Price and Leo Rob-
inson.
Dade Federal's total resources
exceed $23,000,000 and its re-
serves exceed $1,600,000.
Wanted
Information is being sought of
Bert Turnell, on behalf of his
wife, Nellie, who since Aug. 1937,
has failed to communicate with
or contribute toward the support
of her, and as a result of his
negligence, presently finds her-
self m dire need of his assist-
ance. Mr. Turnell was born in
Toronto, Canada on Dec. 29, 1911,
is 5 ft. 5 in. tall, weighs 165
pounds, has brown hair, brown
eyes, might be employed as a
mechanic, is familiar with ma-
chine shop work. Anyone aware
of thLs man's present whereabouts
is requested to communicate with
the National Desertion Bureau
105 Nassau St.. New York 7, N. y!
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 125223.
NANCY HIMEY, Plaintiff, vs. PETER
HIMEY. Defendant
TO: DETER HIMEY'
CHARLES STREET
OLD BRIDGE, NEW JERSEY
You are hereby required to file an
appearance in the above divorce ac-
tion on or before July 5. 1949, other-
wise a Decree Pro Confesso will be
entered against you.
DATED June 3, 1949.
E. K. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. H. RICE. JR.,
Deputy Clerk.
HAROLD SHAPIRO, Attorney
927 Lincoln Road
6/10-17-24 7/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name Ol
LOUIS HAFTEL'S WOMEN'S DRESS
SHOP at 1036 Lincoln Road, Mi.inn
Beach, Florida, Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
1>)U1S HAFTEL
HELENE HAFTEL
JACK A. ABBOTT
Attorney for applicants
6/3-10-17-24
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
HTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY. No 125067.
MITCHELL FRIES. Plaintiff. vs.
rose fries, Defendant.
TO: ROSE FRIES
95 Blake Road
Brookiiue. Massachusetts
YOU ARE HEREBY ORDERED to
file your appearance to the Bill of
Complaint for divorce filed against
you by MITCHELL FRIES, on or
before the 25th day of June, 1949,
otherwise the allegations of said Bill
will be taken as confessed against
you.
DONE AND ORDERED this 26 day
of May, 1949.
_. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal>
By M. C. FEIGE.
_____ Deputy Clerk.
TURK & NEWMAN
Attorneys for Plaintiff
420 Lincoln Road
5/27 6/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th,,
the undersigned, desiring i., engs-ts K
business under the fictitious"ns_S /
VANDERBILT HOTEL at .009CoUlni
Avenue, Miami Ho I,. Florida.'
tend to register said name with n,,".
Clerk of the Circuit Court of nS
County, Florida. Ua*
HERBERT II ROBINS
MYERS. HeKnVk^'^
,,. -,NOTICE TO CREDITORS
1V, the county Judge's court
!Jf-..ANI) FOR DADE COUNTY
&?6WDA- ,N PROBATE^ No"
SARAH
ai B
B P Hadassah
To Seat Leaders
Lillian Goodman will be in-
stalled as president of the Miami
Beach Business and Professional
Women's Division of Hadassah at
ceremonies Monday night at 8:30
at the Miami Beach Y.
Marguerite Marx will serve as
mistress of ceremonies and Mrs.
Alexander Kogan, president of
the Miami Beach Group of Ha-
dassah, will act as installing of-
ficer.
Others to be inducted are Doro-
thy Parker, first vice president;
Frances Lebon, second vice presi-
dent; Florence Mintzer, treasurer;
Harriet Klein, financial secretary;
Jean Berman, recording secretary;
Bea Cypress, corresponding sec-
retary.
The public is invited to attend.
i ^,,,NOTICE TO ApPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR HALE COUNTY
FLORIDA No. 126288 '
HARTFORD McELROY, Plaintiff, vs.
-,-; FM4NNv,_?c5LR< ,v Defendant.
lo JAM-. ANN Mi ELR< IY
-33 Park Avenue,
Pacific Grove,
California.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
nie your appearance oi answer to the
I.hi of Complaint for Divorce in this
cause on or before July 8, 1949; other-
wise said BUI of Complaint will be
taken as confessed by you
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Honda, this s dav of June i'.j-i
B. B. LEATHERMAN.
cierk of the Circuit Court.
iCircUit 'ourt Seal)
By M. C. FEIOE,
JACK A. ABBOTT. DePUty Cto*
Attorney for Plaintiff.
C/l<>-17-24 7 1
Having dissolved partnership on
May 9th, 1949, the owners of Lottie
Brooks Dress Shop, S6_ Washington
Avenue, Miami Beach, will not be
responsible for any debts incurred by
other than themselves since the date
of the dissolution of partnership
LOTTIE SI ROTA
MAX S1ROTA
6/3-10-17-24
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
The Jewish Floridian so-
licits your legal notices.
We appreciate your
patronage and guaran-
tee accurate service at
legal rates. Phone 2-1141
for messenger service.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
22401.
In Re: ESTATE OF
WILLIAM HERTZ. Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Yotl, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you. may have against the
estate of WILLIAM HERTZ deceased
lato of Dade County, Florida, to the
Hon. W. F. BLANTON. County Judge
of Dade 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
first publication hereof. Said claims or
demands to contain the legal address
of the claimant and to be sworn to
and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred. See Section 120 of the
1981 Probate Act.
Date June 6th. A.I) 1949
Herman Wepman, Frieda Lust-
garten, Rose Kaplan, Lillian
Hertz, Dr. M. J. Click.
As Executors of the Last Will and
Testament of William Hertz, De-
ceased.
HERMAN WEPMAN
Attorney for the Estate.
6/10-17-24 7/1
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADB COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 124967.
CARMELA CHATIRIS BENNETT
Plaintiff, vs. JOHN BENNETT, De-
fendant.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: JOHN BENNETT
246 East 114 Street
New York. New York
You are hereby notified and ordered
to file your appearance to the Bill of
Complaint for Divorce filed against
you by the above-named Plaintiff on
or before the 22nd day of June, 1949;
otherwise the allegations therein con-
tained will be taken as confessed by
you.
ORDERED at Miami, Dade Oountv
Florida, this 24 day of May, 1949
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
- i. -. Cl~rk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M
In Re: ESTATE OF
RAPHAEL, also known
RAPHAEL. Deceased
To AH Creditors and All Persons Huv.
ata Estate": '"' ""'""N *">
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you or
either of you. may have against the
l estate of Sarah Raphael a!-, known
as S. Raphael, deceased, late of Coral
Cables, Dade County. Florida, t,, the
Hon. W. F. Blanton, County Judge
of Dade County, and file the "same In
Ins office In the County Courthouse
In Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said clalmi
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid .ir same
will be barred. See Section 120 of th.
1933 Probate Act.
Date May 16th. A.D 1949
HELEN A. LYONS,
As Executrix of the Last Will and
Testament of Sarah Raphael, al.u
known as 8, Raphael. | p, 'eased
MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN,
6.111 Seybold Bldg.
Miami. Florida
Attorneys for Executrix
5/20-27 6/3-10-17
JOSEPH W. MALEK
Solicitor for Plaintiff
1703 Congress Building
Miami. Florida
1/27 1/1-10-17
C. FEIOE.
Deputy Cl.rk
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT,
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA, So.
20078.
RE: ESTATE OF
DAVID DICKSON, Deceased.
NOTICE Is hereby given thai I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Administrator of
the estate of DAVID DICKSON, de-
ceased: and that on the 20 day of
June. 1949, will apply to the Honor-
able W. F. BLANTON, County Judce
of Dade County, Florida, for approval
of said final report and for final dis-
charge ns Administrator of the Estate
of DAVID DICKSON. deceased.
This IS day of May. 1949
_, ARM1N BROWN,
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Administrator
5/20-27 6/3-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
tho undersigned, desirine to engage
In business under the fictitious name
Of ol.SEN LUNCH at 335 N. E 7th
Street. In the City of Miami, Florida,
Intends to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
MARTIN POLK. Owner.
OSCAR RAPPAPORT. Attorney
516 Seybold Building
6/10-17-24 7/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Little Doll House Beauty Salon at
6789 S. W. 8th Street. Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
U^ ,(.'lreult Court of Dade County,
Florida.
MARY L. PRIDE
Sole Owner
6/10-17-24 7/1-8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
airt-i-w_U!___ the flc"U_UB name of
SUSAN'S DRESS SHOP at 427 Hla-
leah Drive, Hlaleah. Florida, intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade Count v.
Florida.
HATTIE
6/3-10-17-24 7/1
ALENIER
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE ORCKIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
I-?-.A,ND F"n HADE COUNTY,
f-4959 "" CHANCERY, No.
C,_A.H-y,.OU',NGI':R- Plaintiff, vs.
I; RANK OLLINCER. Defendant.
^ou, FRANK OLLINCER, 179 Marcy
Avenue. Brooklyn, New York, are
notified to file your appearance in
the above cause for divorce on the
.7 day of June. A. D. 1949, otherwise
decree pro confesso will be entered
against you.
Dated this 23rd day of May, A. D.
,n, J' UEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE,
MILTON A. FR.EDMANe,H,ty ^'^
Attorney for Plaintiff
Seybold Building
5/27 6/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Budget Dress Shop at 793 N. E 12.1th
St.. North Miami, Florida, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
F1orid_rCU rt f Dade CountY.
5/13-20-27 6^r0THY L' aOI_Di_4N
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
_t--- name law
ih-^TIiCEiI8iIKKE11Y C-IVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
In io'.%Under ,h0 "ctltloua name of
m."J_' Tvern at 1163 N. E. 1st Ave
Miami. Florida, intends to register
said name with the Clerk of th,' C r-
cult Court of Dade County, '&,?.
HARRY HURWITZ,
5/13-20-27 6V.-_0OWn'r
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NOTICE IS HERKBY^GIVEN that
he undersigned, desiring to engageHn
5? ,, Brl8 Dress Shon at R*
_l% Vl-JlS ,to reB,8ter id name
oT^ C^n^Vo'rtda0"1"11 CUrt
5/20-27 6/J-IioDTTIB 8IROTA
,M ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FIX>RIDA. IN AND FOR HADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
124604.
JOSEPH MASTRODONATO, plain-
tiff, vs. ETHEL MASTRODONATO,
Defendant
TO: ETHEL MASTRODONATO, E-5
Boston Court, Atlantic City. Nt
Jersey.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
file your appearance in the above
styled cause for divorce, on or before
tho 9th day of June, 1949, otherwise
decree pro confesso will be entered
against you.
Dated this 10th day of May, 1949.
E. B. LEATHER MAX.
Clerk of Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. H. RICE. JR..
Deputy Clerk.
SAMUEL J. RAND, Attorney
617 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
5/13-20-27 6/3 _
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage IB
business under the fictitious mm* of
ROYAL SUPER VALUE MARKET at
3531 N.W. 17th Avenue. Miami, I'l -
Ida, Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad
County, Florida.
JOSEPH ROTENBKI'.'i
GEORGE T. SOLING ER
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Applicants
5/20-27 6/3-10-17______________________
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE __
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, DADB
COUNTY, FLORIDA.No. 143S6.
RE: ESTATE OF MAY G. KENT,
Deceased. ,
NOTICE Is hereby given thai I
have filed my final report and peti-
tion for Final Discharge as EXEC I-
TOR of the estate of MAY G. KEN I
deceased: and that on the 15 day June. 1949, will apply to the Honor-
able W. F. BLANTON, County Judge
of Dade County. Florida, for approval
of said final report and for final dis-
charge as EXECUTOR of the Estate
of MAY O. KENT, deceased.
This 14th day of May, 1949.
ARNOLD H. KENT.
OI'SHMAN, WOODARD _
GOTTHARDT
Attorney for EXECUTOR
0/20-27 6/3-19 -'


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^JUNE 10. 1949
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PAGE ELEVEN
-th.|avidPTA,
SerhoodTo
Mtall leaders
,B mS Shapiro will serve
M%mastcr at the installation
Kt of the Beth David Sis-
luncheon ot be held gt
**$sW SX St. Mrs. Sadye
**! fTill be installing officer
cBJf Harrv Laufer will give
** Sill Rive the principal ad-
d Cantor Maurice Mam-
** "iff offer musical selections,
SJffV0Mrs- Haro,d
^rt< wiK given by Mrs.
.,RePS ebel and Mrs. Max Feld-
*? re tiring presidents and pre-
tfjins will be made
KS Sam August. Murray G
S congregation president,
^Soor'oifcers to be in-
K ki'and Mrs. William Dan-
Kce presidents; Mrs. Harry
fSorn. recording secretary; Mrs.
Srard Schre.dell correspond-
Xretary; Mrs. E. D. Merlin,
membership secretary; Mrs. Mey-
-Forer, financial secretary; Mrs.
He-man Goodman, treasurer; Mrs.
fen Kandel. sergeant at arms;
E Sarn August. Mrs. Ida Hartz,
Mrs. Elix Hinkes, Mrs. Sam Dick-
son Mrs. Max Shapiro, Mrs. Jack
Rosenberg, Mrs. Max Berger Mrs.
Abraham Kasow and Mrs. S. B.
Miller, directors.
PTA officer^ include: Mrs. bam
Leviten, president; Mrs. Ernest
Sussman, vice president; Mrs.
George Goldberg, recording sec-
retary: Mrs. Milton Segal, cor-
responding secretary; Mrs. Na-
than Becker, treasurer; Miss
Jeanne Stiebel. Mrs. Alex Stiebel,
Mrs. Samuel Saal, Mrs. Frank
Rose. Mrs. Joseph Kaufman, Mrs.
Bernard Schreidell, Mrs. Sam
August. Mrs. Harold Berney, Mrs.
Abraham Kasow and Mrs. David
Sernaker, directors.
Reservations must be made by
today with Mrs. Sam Dickson,
2-6776, Mrs. Elix Hinkes, 3-5854.
Mrs. George Goldberg. 48-7414 or
Beth David office, 9-3469.
tfollywood llll
froup To Meet
The Hollywood Lodge B'nai
B'nth will sponsor its annual
cpen meeting Wednesday at 8:15
pm, in the Jewish Community
Center. Dr. Herbert Heiden, presi-
dent, has extended an invitation
to Jewish service organizations in
Ft. Lauderdale, Hallandale, and
surrounding communities to at-
tend.
Charles M. Daniels, a past pres-
ident, will give a report on the
District Grand Lodge convention
'hich he attended in Savannah.
Ga., as an official delegate. A sup-
plementary report will be made
b>' Sam Slater, J. M. Goldberger
and Joe Baum. Morton Reese and
Morton Baum of the B'nai B'rith
Youth Organization will tell of
t*ir convention experiences.
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Prof. Munson To Speak
Prof. William Munson of the
University of Miami will speak
on "Atomic Energy and the
Lilienthal Case" Sunday at 8:30
p.m. at the Freedom House forum.
A question and answer period will
follow the talk. The public is in-
vited to attend.
*=w vat* vt tra.
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
818 Michigan Avenue
Miami Beach
Phone 5-3595
Club Introduces Rumba
Contest, Community Sing
A new type of entertainment
will be introduced at the Uptown
Satuiday Night Club of the AVC
Freedom House, 4323 Collins Ave.,
Miami Beach, tomorrow night.
New features will be a com-
munity sing and rumba contests
Dancing is on the patio behind
the house and admission is fill
cents.
Three generations of the Meidenberg family were represented
when young Paul, right, was initiated into the Miami Beach Elks
last month. Paul is pictured here with his father. Al, center, and
grandfather. Morris, immediately following the ceremonies which
made him the first third-generation member in the history of the
Miami Beach group. Several days after the initiation, the Meiden-
bergs were honored at an affair arranged by Exalted Ruler Morris
Warner and Program Chaiman Al Fir.kelstein. Al thai time, they
were presented with a huge cake.
THOUSANDS
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through the
Clara Lane
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,eader of American Jewry and welcomed to Brandeis
Synagogue in New York shows "' nsored, nonsectarian in-
University. the nation s first Jiwl5" L. Sachar. president of
stitution of higher l-armng. by Dr. Jbram wd p ; t0 his
th* university. The picture was taken on Dr WlJe h^
hospitaliialion for the lU"e" ff^wo public appearances. In
travelled to Boston '^^e conation of Temple Israel of
both addresses, one before he cong 9 ^ natlon old-
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FRIDAY. JUNE 10, k
Newark Man To
Head Jewish
Education Group
The American Association for
Jewish Education re-elected Mi-
chael A. Stavitsky of Newark, N.
J., to a third successive term as
president, during its tenth annual
meeting in Atlantic City. Deleg-
ates to the meeting from this area
were: A. P. Gannes, Joshua Stad-
lan and Mr. and Mrs. H. Pomer-
antz.
More than 400 delegates attend-
ing the five-day conference heard
Stavitsky hail "the reawakened
interest in Jewish education that
has been estimulated throughout
the United States by the estab-
lishment of Israel." He said that
the American Association was
cognizant of its responsibilities to
the Jewish community and that it
was prepared to assist all ideologi-
cal groups. "Intensifying the co-
operative attitudes of Orthodox.
Conservative and Reform ele-
ments will encourage the neces-
sary unified approach that leads
to standardized curricula and
progressive teaching methods and |
raises the general standards of
Jewish education," Stavitsky de-
clared.
The Coiiierence approved the
establishment of two new co-
ordinating bodies, a Nationa
Council on Audio-Visual Aids,
now being organized which will
serve as an informational clear-
ing house for audio-visual ma-
terials, and a national parent-
teacher association to coordinate
the activities of the 1,000 com-
munity PTA"s of Jewish educa-
tion now in operation.
A gift of $100,000 from George
Kaplan, St. Paul manufacturer,
toward the erection of a center
for Jewish education in that city
was announced at the meeting.
He is a member of the board of
directors of the St. Paul Bureau
of Jewish Education. Scrolls of
honor were awarded to 35 .
ter members of the American As-
sociation who were present in
Atlantic City 10 years ago when
the organization was founded.
Elected with Mr. Stavitsky were
the following officers: Dr. Chip-
kin, Prof. Horace M. Kallcn and
Frank Cohen of New York, Sam-
uel H. Daroff and Judge Louis
E. Levinthal of Philadelphia, Na-
than H. Friedman of Boston,
Frank G. Marshall of Chicago
ar.d Isador S. Turover of Wash-
ington, D. C vice presidents; Dr.
Milton Konvitz of Ithaca. N. Y..
secretary; Harry H. Liebovitz of
New York, treasurer.
Former Governor Herbert H.
Lehman and Mark Eisner of New
York were elected honorary
Sresidents and Bernard Seinel of
cw York was named honorary
secretary. The convention also
elected 42 new members tj its
board of governors.
Pvt. Blumberg Buried
In Mt. Nebo Cemetery
Services for Pvt. Allan A.
Blumberg, 21, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Irvin Blumberg, 1622 Eu-
clid Ave., Miami Beach, who was
killed in action
in Italy on Feb-
ruary 23. 1941.
were held in
Gordon Funeral
Chapel yesterday
afternoon w i t n
Ravvi Irving
Lehrman offici-
ating.
f m Pvt. Blumberg
was attending
the University of
Miami at the
Pvt. Blumberg time of his en-
listment and was
a member of A.Z.A.
The Honor Guard of the Nor-
man Bruce Brown Post 174 of
the Jewish War Veterans con-
ducted graveside services. Inter-
ment was in Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
Associated Photo
B'nai B'rith Young Women set final plans for their 4-day Dis-
trict Convention to be held at the Rili Plaza Hotel, from June
11 to 15. Delegates from Maryland. District of Columbia, Georgia
and Florida will participate in cultural, athletic and social pro-
grams. In photo are (1. to r.) Donna Feldman, general chairman;
Thelma Rappaport and Charlotte Sandier, all members of Debbs,
the host chapter.
Irving Cypen
llillel Seminar
Set For June 16
On Thursday. June 16, at 8
p.m. a Hillel seminar will be
held at the Hillel House, 3306
Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral
Gables.
Participating in the discussion
will be Milton Friedman, who
will speak on "The National
Function of Hillel," and Louis
Heiman, whose topic will be "The
Growth and Development of
Hillel at the University of Mi-
ami." Walter Kovner, head of the
Hillel Advisory Council, will
serve as moderator.
All officers and board members
of B'nai B'rith have been invited
to attend the seminar.
The local Hillel group, which
was founded in 1943, is under
the direction of Dr. Donald
Michelson. who teaches Hebrew
civilization at the university.
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Cypen To Open
Law Offices
Monday, June 13, will be a red
letter day for Irving Cypen, Mi-
ami Beach attorney whose efforts
recently were instrumental in se-
curing the enactment of state leg-
islation providing for substantial
increases in pension benefits for
Miami Beach firemen, policemen
and other municipal employees.
Cypen will open his own of-
fice Monday for the general prac-
tice of law in the Mercantile Na-
tional Bank Building. For the past
three and one half years, since
his discharge from the Navy, he
has been associated with the law
firm of Broad and Cassel.
Since entering upon his profes-
sional career, Cypen has been
active in civic and communal af-
fairs. He was the first president
of the B'nai B'rith Tropical Lodge
and is its immediate past presi-
dent. He is also the immediate
past secretary of the Florida State
Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges,
treasurer of the Miami Beach
Jewish Center Men's Club and
treasurer of the Pi Lambda Phi
Alumni Association.
During the 1949 Combined Jew-
ish Appeal, Cypen served as
chairman of the campaign's young
adult unit and succeeded in en-
rolling more campaigners than
ever before in the eleven year
history of the Combined Jewish
Appeal. He is at present a mem-
ber of the board of governors and
the budget committee of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion He is also serving on the
board of the Miami Beach YM
& WHA.
He is a member of the Ameri-
can Legion, the Miami Beach
Jewish Center, Miami Beach Bar
Association, Dade County Bar As-
sociation, and Florida State Bar
Association.
Cypen was graduated from the
University of Florida College of
Business Administration magna
nn?JaU?e in, I9,40' and fr the
University of Florida College of
Law magna cum laude in 1943
,P? .^actuation, he was ap-
pointed law clerk of the Honor-
able Curtis L. Waller, Judge of
ts sta,,es Fihh SEW!
Court of Appeals.
During the war, Cypen was for
three years in active overseas
duty as a naval officer, servinc
as an armed guard commander
3*2 now a member of the
United States Naval Reserve and
is presently serving as officer in
charge of a U. S. Naval Recruit-
'ng Station at 420 Lincoln Rold
Born in Chicago, Julv 19 IQiq
Pythlans Elect
New Officers
Roy Chaykin has been named
chancellor commander of Roose-
velt Lodge No. 177, Knights of
Pythias.
Others elected to office were
Murray Kostoff, vice chancellor;
Nat Miller, prelate; Al Chaykin,
master-at-arms; Arthur Robinson,
master of work; Joseph Schwartz,
corresponding secretary; Arthur
Rosen, recording secretary; Fred
Roseman, financial secretary;
Manuel Ruddes, inner guard;
Jack Block, outer guard. Kostoff
was chosen lodge deputy and
Miller, grand lodge deputy. Mur-
ray Friedman, Ben Englander and
Mrs. Von Nws Entertab
Mrs. Clara Mae Van Ne /
dent of Temple Isaiah jffij
entertained her board mil
with a luncheon he *H
Hotel yesterday. DeH
A Joint meeting of the sL-d
hood and the Temple Men's nT
will be held Monday njh a
o clock at theTgnpie auL*
were appointj
Al Wiseman
trustees.
Installation will take place it
5 Next meeting is slatelfff/A
14 when the rank of csnuir- 1
be bestowed upon seven m? *f
of the ArthurPRjbjg^T^
You ore cordially invited to have your Weddinq, Reception
or Graduation party catered by
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. i. B*U> Sholom (Liberal)
I ??SU Aw- Miami Baach.
1(144 CM n ,____,.v. timmum
hibbi
Leon
KronUh; Cantor
. I**" mmir Sabbath mornln* Mr-
I'"?!? liar Mltsvah of Stephen
E",wor Kelemer will render the
^rtion.-f the Sabbath morn-
I feu. Congragation. 3681
^discontinued until fall
1 sur c*bi*j#wuh c#n4M
' ^".'I'disc-ntinued until the fall.
fSS^cSm (Qanoral). 334.
lW' ^vice's at 7 am Friday night
fcl'f^^pn, Refreshments will
& immediately following the
B"S Saturday morning service*
Jo;,, 935 Euclid At- Miami
Jh. Rbbi Jowph E. Ratk-
J2*y morni.iK at 8:30 Rnbbl
i f-A'iiv will conduct service* and
IJ-yjnNhfPortion of the Week,
C V"at -.:K> p.m. Mlncha followed
Jhal'o* Seiidus and Maarlv. Pro-
Lo ZmiroH. Iully services at 7:30
K Class in Mlshr.a will be addressed
t the Rabbi. Bervlcea at 6:30 p.m.
,*Wd by a class In Jewish laws
"itrnpU i*aiah (Reform). 1065
D,de Bird.. Miami Beach. Rabbi
Dtrid R*b.
Mdty evening services at 8:16.
dibbl Raab Hi conduot the service
Bfh't a review < I>ale Carnegie's
How to Stop Worrying and Start
Uvinr" A reception will follow.
Congregation Bath Jacob (Or-
thodox). 301-311 Washington Ato
Ituni Beach. Rabbi Mosas Mm-
Atlofi
Friday evening service at 6:30 p.m.
gabbatri scnm- .it 8:30 a.m. Bar
Mittvah of Hsrry, son of Mr. and
lit Jack Bernard. lfcibbl Mescheloff
iJI address th.> ronfirmand. Mlncha
it i:M followed by Shalos Seudos.
Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on the
Portion of the Week. L>ally school
(ran 3:30 to '
Jtwiih Community Center
Conservative 2020 Polk St-
Hollywood. Rabbi Max Kaufman.
Friday evening service at 8:15 p.m.
Rabbi Max Kaufman, assisted by the
choir, will conduit the service. Sat-
I rday services at 9 a.m. Klddush
after the morning services. Sunday
rkool at 10:30. Hebrew school Mon-
day, Tuesday and Wednesday at 1
I p.m. Confirmation and Bar Mltsvah
classes at extra session Thursday at 3
'im. iiinyta service dally at i a.m.
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
dition (Orthodox), 1101 S.W.
& Are. Rabbi Simon April.
Cntor Berelo Kelemar.
Unices Friday evening at 6:4.r..
I Saturday morning at 9 a.m. Melvln,
J of Mr. anil Mrs. Jnck Price, will
wome Bar Mltsvah. He will addresx
IV congregation and Rabbi April will
wpond. Mlncha at J:30 p.m. followed
r Shalos Seudos. Sunday school pic-
's t Matheson Hammock all day
Sitday Hebrew school daily from
i to 6:3" p.m. Daily services at
J> P m and 6:40 p m.
United Jewish Schools, North
Ctmpus. University of Miami.
Sunday School at 10 a.m. Daddies
MM 10 am. Hebrew school Monday
w Tuesday from 2:45 to 8:00 p.m.
Congregation Keneseth Isxaal
^rthodox), 432 Eipanola Way.
wmi Beach.
Friday evening services at 6:30 p.m.
mi. v y m'n servlcee at 9 a.m.
JJgJ a' 5 p.m. followed by 8haloa
Temple Emanu-El (Reform).
"1 S. Andrews Awe., Fort Laud
wdllf Dr. Marius Ransom Rabbi.
B,kMaV. '-V'-mng services at 8:00.
S' Ranaon will conduct a bible
*gafter the services.
MUmi Beach Jewish Commun-
al CentM (ConaerratlYe). 1701
""hington A*a.. Miami Beach.
* Irving Lehrman. Cantor
** Y. Goldrinfl.
tird.,- 'v,'"'"e service at 6:45. Bat-
W morning service at 9. Rabbi
j*nrma will preach on "The Weekly
till E "' xhf '*" Cantor Qoldrlng
il ,' am 'he service. Bar Mltsvah
Mvn\ son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed-
m ,,a,ilan- Dally services at 8
'"id fi:.'i p.m.
Tempi, inMl (R.form). 137
* 19th St. Rabbi Colman A.
H*'!.man: Dr. jcob H. Kaplan,
"*& Emeritus.
BUM?,1]! vninf service at 8:15.
lint .Mrs ,il,[,1(1,'f. ,!'"r8e. "" of Mr-
Internationalization Of
Jerusalem Debated
LONDON, (JTA)-The British
government is opposed to the in-
ternationalization of the Old City
of Jerusalem alone, Viscount
Jowett, Lord Chancellor, declared
this week during a debate in the
House of Lords on the question.
Viscount Jowett. who said that
he could not commit the govern-
ment to sponsorship of any speci-
fic plan regarding Jerusalem, de-
clared that the government
favored the internationalization
of the entire Jerusalem area, as
proposed by the United Nations
Although he added that until con-
crete proposals are submitted the
government would not comment
favorably on any plan, he stressed
that the solution of the Jeru-
salem problem was part of the
general Palestine settlement and
could not be isolated from it.
SenateJMy T isess Fallen*
WGTON. (JTA)-A re-. he.dri by Rabbi Irving M.llor.
chairman of the American Jewish
. ,. -v, wi/v A re-
solution demanding an inquiry1
into the failure of the denazifica-
tion program in the American
zone of Germany will be intro-
duced in the Senate Foreign Re-
lations Committee, the American
Jewish Congress was promised
this week. The pledge was made
by Sen. Claude Pepper of Florida
to members of an AJC delega-
tion which visited Congressmen
Senators and the State Depart-
Congtess; Dr. Joseph Tannen-
baum, a member of the execu-
tive, and Dr. Robert S. Marcus,
nolitical director of the organiza-
tion.
A statement issued by the group
explained that this step was tak-
en because "of alarming reports
from Germany that the denazi-
fication program has comple'eiy
collapsed, and that Nazis have
once again infiltrated govern-
...... """ "e oi ". .. ,urg0 an investigation mental agencies and educational
into the denazification situation, institutions."
Other Senators who were
The delegation was met with
an unexpected n Luke when they
tailed on Sen. Tom Connally,
chairman of the Senate Foreign
Relations Committee. The Texas
Sin itor la quoted as telling them,
"we gave you Israel, now what
else do you want?" The delega-
tion represented local AJC
scheduled to meet with AJC
delegates this week included Irv-
ing M. Ives of New York. Forrest
C. Donnell of Missouri, James P.
Kem of Missouri, Francis J. Myers
of Pennsylvania, Edward Martin
of Pennsylvania and others. In
addition, the AJC also had ap-
pointments with many members
....-------" --- .wv |//uiiiin:iH3 WIlll lllclliy IllClIlUClS
branches in 20 states and was'of the House of Representatives.
3 Nations File Proposals
With UN Commission
LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)
France, India and Chile this week
filed separate proposals with the
U.N. Commission on Human
Rights which would permit in-
dividuals to petition against vio-
lations of human rights. These
three proposals w- rut forth
after the United States and Bri-
tain jointly submitted a recom-
mendation barring individuals
from the right of petitiona priv-
ilege which the U.S. and Britain
would limit exclusively to gov-
ernments.
The government of Israel has
ratified the international conven-
tion on civil aviation and will
this month become a member of
the International Civil Aviation
Organization, it was revealed
here this week. The organization,
which is a specialized agency of
the U.N., opens its third annual
session in Montreal when Israel's
I membership is due to be ratified.
I !.:
Congreggnon Bath El (Ortho-
} 590 S.W. 17th A*a. Rabbi
jwnay Grauer. Cantor Milton
Madman.
lath"!,^' ev,-nlns- services 6:30. Sab-
V'tivah ","K ""vice at 8:30 a.m. Bar
5TaSi "i Uobert Brambler, son of
firn;,. Mrs. Sam Brambler. Babbl
Hinclv, address the young man.
hadM i'. '-30 Allowed by Shalos
I* tl cly r'a'ou* school from
iirf ,,, <" l>aily services 8 a.m.
'" |i in.
Congregation Bath Darld (Con-
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"">W Max Shapiro: Rot. Maurlca
UmcSea.
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IN
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FRIDAY, JUNE 10
LIVES OF OUR TIMES
ISRAELI CHIEF JUSTKLJMQIEA.
JwiMil k, NORMAN and SOI NODfi
______________'"'by MARC RUTNFP
"The first chief justice of th
SUPREME C0URT0F THf STATE OF
ISRAEL.
IS
*8&
SCION Of AN OLD HASSIDIC FAMILY, HE WAS
BORN IN GERMANY WHIM HE RECEIVED
AN INTENSIVE LEGAL TRAINING AT
SEVERAL LEADING UNIVERSITIES.
WHEN THE FIRST WORLD WAR BE-
GAN HI WAS CONSCRIPTED AND SAW
ACTIVE MILITARY SERVICE WITH THE
GERMAN ARMY.
^SSPk"
SOON AFTER THE WAR ENDED.HE
WFNT TO JERUSALEM TO ES-
TABLISH PERMANENT RESIDENCE
|!E WAS DETERMINED TO CON-
I TE HIS LEGAL TALENTS TO
".ECr THE SMALL JEWISH
, T IN PALESTINE.
GRADUALLY THE YISHUV BEGAN
TO BE AWARE Of HIS BRILLIANT
LEGAL ABILITIES. WITHIN SHORT
TIME HE BECAME LEGAL ADVISOR
TO THE HISTADRUT AND ALSO CON-
DUCTED LECTURES FOR LAW STUDENTS
M
FOR TIN YEARS HE WAS CHAIRMAN OF THE
LAWYERS ASSOCIATION Of PALESTINE AND
SMIO AS irs SPOKESMAN BEFORE THE
Kii COMMISSION INVESTIGATING CON-
:IT!ONS IN PALESTINE IN 1936.
HE WAS NAMED CHAIRMAN OF THE
COURT OF HONOR OF THE WORLD ZION
1ST CONGRESS AT THE AGE 0F49.HE HAS
PUBLISHED SEVERAL IMPORTANT LEGAL
WORKS.
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HE IS DEVOTED TO MUSIC AND OWNS A LARGE
COLLECTION OF RECORDS. HE ALSO PATRONIZES
THE THEATRE AND MOVIES.
WHF.J ISRAEL WAS PROCLAIMED.THERE WAS ONE
MAN WHO COULD BE CHOSEN FOR THE POST OF
CHIEF JUSTICE.
CO'VIUOMT (Ml it*** TtuC*) **-) AdtMtV
Kaplans Establish
Camp Scholarship
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman S. Kaplan
of Miami Beach, have made avail-
able to the Greater Miami Zion-
ist Youth Commission a scholar-
ship for a Senior Judaean from
this area to attend Tel Yehudah,
Mrs. Alfred Mamlet, chairman 01
the Zionist Youth Commission,
has announced.
Tel Yehudah is a camp project
sponsored by National Young
Judaea and is an attempt to ex-
press the four-fold Young Judaea
program through daily living in
a democratic community of Jew-
ish young people. It is the ob-
jective of the camp to present to
the campers through meaningful
experience an understanding of
contemporary Jewish life, which
will predispose them toward giv-
ing service to the Jewish people
through the Young Judaea pro-
gram in their local communities.
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Soon after his final NBC radio
show of the season, Eddie Cantor
tells me he'll be aboard ship
bound for a vacation in Israel.
He will be accompanied by his
wife, Ida. The comedian will be
the guest of honor at a number
of state functions at which Is-
raeli leaders will express appre-
ciation for his untiring efforts in
behalf of the newly-founded na-
tion.
Eddie, by the way. has just re-
turned from a triumphant tour
through the midwest that rolled
up many thousands of dollars for
the United Jewish Appeal and
other charities and in which he
sparked many civic projects. He
was cited by a half dozen organ-
izations and entertained in serv-
ice hospitals whenever he could
find a spare hour or two. During
his vacation he'll also entertain
the Berlin Airlift and other Army
and Navy service units abroad.
Columbia Pictures president
Harry Cohen estimates that his
company's $15,000 investment in
Rodgers and Hammerstein's mus-
ical hit "Oklahoma!" is worth
about $750,000 eventually, or at
least that's his estimate. The fif-
teen thousand bought eleven per-
cent of "Oklahoma," and the man-
ifold profits from multiple com-
panies around the globe give rise
to this estimate.
Three important Israeli officials
were visitors at Paramount studio
recently. They are in Holly-
wood on a buying mission, and
this was their first visit to a mo-
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Jacob Lifstlltz, director of the
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High points of their visit were
chats with Bing Crosbv and Pro-
ducer-Director Cecil B De Millc
They specifically asked to meet
Bing and, on the set of Frank
Capra's "Hiding High," in which
he is starring, told him that he
is one of the most popular per-
sonalities in Israel. Crosby was
delighted with this news. De Mille
gave them a verbal account of his
new film "Samson and Delilah."
the Biblical epic starring the very
beautiful Hady Lamarr.
A picture highly recommended
by this* columnist and one which
you should make an effort to see
when it is released shortly is
"Prejudice," an independent
movie produced in Hollywood un-
der the auspices of the Protestant
Film Commission. It is a drama
of everyday family, neighborhood
and business relationships and il-
lustrates how man's fear of in-
security engenders racial and re-
ligious intolerance. The story is
of a promising small-to,vn busi-
ness executive who honestly be-
lieves himself without prejudice,
and a self-deception is exposed
when his livelihood is threatened
by a fellow worker who rupptns
to be a Jew.
Although there is nothing ex-
ceptional in the direction oi act-
ing of this little drama dealing
with the subject of racial pre-
judices, it is a sincere effort to
present the subject unemotional-
ly. It shows how easy it is to be
"liberal" in our attitudes until
our jobs, our security, are threat-
ened; then it is we who become
victims to our doubts and fears
MioU-in Lodge To
Sponsor lic*nic
The annual Father's Day picnic
of Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith will
be held Sunday, June 19, starting
at 11 am. at Matheson Hammock,
John Kronenfeld, president, has
announced.
A full afternoon of games and
sports contests for the entire
family has been arranged by
Perry Botwin and Sam Me.^ser
with prizes to the winners and
consolation prizes to all parti-
cipants.
Members and guests arc asked
to bring their own picnic baskets
and Sholem Lodge will provide
ice cold drinks free of charge.
Palm Beach Temple He
Confirmation Exercises
Confirmation exercises werl
held on Shavuos at Temple Betl
El in West Palm Beach. CoiJ
firmands were Rita Jean Mosi
Marian Patricia Feit, Doris Mosl
Baillie Greenstein and Dorothj
Moskowitz.
Frank V. Bayer, congregstici
president, and Mrs. Ruth Good
mark presented gifts to thf
young people.
Rabbi Manuel Greenstein a.\i
Cantor Leonard Wallace officw
ated.
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place Of The Synagogue In Jewish Life
TW DR. TACOB H. KAPT.AM
^J^lltnoridfiatj
By DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN
Mitor'i Note: i'. Kaplan, one of th founder* and pr idem of the
j Rabbinical Association, la organising the Bynaiogue Council of
All the institutions of modern Jewry such as the YMHA
to Home for the Aqed, the hospital, the various lodges, all
J-se are daughters of the Synagogue. These institutions, born
. the Synagogue, have set homes of their own, and the
Jvnaqogue, the Mother of them all, is proud of their fine
* Jnii'hments. Whatever new .
land with dried grass and sturdy
weeds.
accompl
jnsti,utions may yet be born m
this age of specialization, they re-
ive their encouragement and
Je blood from the heart of the
L whose home is the Syna-
gogue, the inspiration of all Jew-
Each institution may in its
ful ardor imagine it is
;dcnt of the Synagogue, that
outhful ardor imagine it is in-
endent <'.
t has grown to maturity outside
depen
of the Synagogue, but we cannot
forget and we must not forget
that the apple may ripen on the
oound. but it grew on the tree.
And as the wish of every mother
h that her children may live in
ace with each other, although
n separate homes, so the Syna-
gogue's great wish is that all the
Jewish institutions may live to-
gether and work together in peace
and harmony, for the welfare of
the g"'31 J'-'wlsh family- Occa-
sionally a member of one of the
daughter institutions may forget
the respect and love due the
mother, the Synagogue, the mo-
ther never forgets to love all her
children and to give the help and
encouragement of her motherly
heart.
The Synagogue, as you well
know, is a threefold institution of
L-rael. It is a house of prayer, a
house of study, and a house of
meeting. The greatest study of
mankind is Clod, for a study of
God comprehends a study of
everything that concerns man
here and hereafter. It includes a
study of all the philosophies, all
the science.-, .ill the literatures of
the human family.
The rabbi is the depository of
all these movements and studies,
for he it is that interprets the
word of God, the messages of the
prophets and sages for daily liv-
ing to his congregation according
to the needs of his day. Cut off
the rabbis from the Synagogue,
and the Synagogue from the Jew-
ish scene and we have a fruitful
field without water, sunshine, and
fertilizer that will become a waste
In the Synagogue the Jew goes
to find inspiration for every ac-
tivity in life; he finds a mystic
oneness with God, a living unity
of the Jewish people, a promise
and an insistence to become a
blessing to all the families of tin
earth.
As a house of study the Syna-
gogue inspires the Jew first of all
to study God ,-.iid to study all
that his mind can comprehend
for to the Jew every study leads
to God. Whether the studies take
place within the Synagogue,
which was a house of study long
before there were any other
houses of study, or in the YMHA
or in the B'nai B'rith, or in the
public schools or private schools,
the Synagogue is the inspiration
for all studies, which in an age
of specialization cannot continue
to find a place for all studies
that lead to God.
"Organization for religious pur-
poses forms the basic foundation
of every Jewish community. How-
ever numerous its social and ed-
ucational institutions may be,
however vigorous its economic
and political life, every communi-
ty owes its origin to the desire of
its earliest members to meet to-
gether for public worship." Jew-
ish Life in Modern Times, (re-
vised edition) Israel Cohen p'249.
And finally the Synagogue is
a house of meeting. Everything
of interest to the Jew was dis-
cussed in these social meetings,
and every form of charity was
dispensed from the Synagogue.
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there will be a Bar Mitzvah or
Has Mitzvah in your family.
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The collection ot monev on the
Day of Atonement for Washing-
ton's army in great need at that
time is one instance that took
place in the historic Synagogue at
Newport.
In short the ever enlarged ac-
ivities of the Y's and of the
lodges, and of the hospitals, and
of the Homes for the Aged, are
all part of the work of the Syna-
gogue, which in an age of special-
ization have become separated
from the mother organization, but
all of them receive their inspira-
tion and their blood from the
Synagogue whose members sup-
port all of them because they
were and are taught to do so by
the rabbi in his interpretation of
the Jewish meaning of life as a
sanctification of the whole of life.
Hobrew School
To Hold !.< .<
The second annual picnic of
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation will be held Sunday at
the shelter at Matheson Ham-
mock. Transportation to the pic-
nic grounds will leave from the
school building at 1101 S.W. 12th
Ave. at 10 a.m. The last car will
depart promptly at 10:30. All
members are asked to bring cars
so that the maximum number
may be accommodated.
Leo Sheiner, chairman of the
affair, announces that all small
children must be accompanied by
older persons and no swimming
will be allowed.
Assisting Sheiner with arrange-
ments are William Weintraub,
transportation and refreshments;
Sam Kostoff, games; Louis Soro-
sky, adult activities. Teachers of
the Sunday School and members
of Boy Scout Troop No. 85 will
assist with the supervision of
games and activities.
Highlight of the picnic will be
a fathers-sons baseball game.
Musical Hour Extends
JNF Tree Drive
The Jewish Musical Hour, un-
der the direction of Jacob Schach-
ter heard over WTTT, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday at 1 p.m.
and Sunday at 10 a.m. has ex-
tended its drive for "Trees for
Israel" through June 20.
All tree certificates are mailed
from the local Jewish National
Fund Council office at 235 Lincoln
Road, Miami Beach. Special at-
tention is now being given to the
trees being planted in honor of
Father's Day, June 19.
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FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1949
Assisting With Citizenship Papers,
House Hunting, Teaching, Interpreting
-All In Day's Work for Committee
What is the first thing that the
displaced persons who are find-
ing haven here under tht auspices
of the Greater Miami Jewish
community want upon their ar-
rival? A long-denied gastronomi-
cal treat? A luxuriant bath with
perfumed American soap? Or any
number of material things that
we might expect?
To be sure, they desire all of
these, reports Mrs. Leonard Beld-
ner, chairman of the New Neigh-
bor Committee of the Miami Sec-
tion, National Council of Jewish
Women, but first they desire the
security and peace of mind that
come with "belonging."
"Just as soon as they find tem-
porary quarters where they may
park their baggage, they hurry
down to the National Council of-
fice in the Langford Building to
solicit aid in applying for their
first papers," Mrs. Beldner says.
"Men, women and children with-
out a country for so long, they
simply can't wait to become
genuine naturalized Americans."
The council not only assists the
new arrivals with their papers,
but conducts three classes in
English. These classes, under the
supervision of Mrs. Joel Belov,
have become focal points in the
lives of the eager students, and
they can't wait for class evenings
to roll around.
Other services which the or-
ganization performs for the new-
comers, through the New Neigh-
bor Committee. are assisting with
shopping, looking for housing
which they can afford on their
moderate incomes, helping with
any problems which may arise
and just generally acting as good
neighbors.
The New Neighbor Committee,
which falls under the National
Council's Department of Service
to the Foreign Born, of which
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers is chair-
man, works in close cooperation
with the Greater Miami Refugee
Resettlement Committee.
Not long ago members of the
national council committee helped
a family register their children in
school. As the children who could
speak almost no English, were
eager to enroll in school, the
council made special arrange-
ments with the Dade County
Board of Education.
On occasion members of the
committee have served as in-
terpreters when the new arrivals
applied for jobs. In addition, they
have given special tutoring to
those who desired it.
One member of the committee,
who accompanied a family on a
shopping tour, found that they
emanated from the same village
that her family had come from
and that they had many mutual
friends, Mrs. Beldner reveals.
"One of the most difficult
problems with uhif*b we "'a con-
fronted," Mrs. Beldner asserts, "is
securing housing that these people
can afford. If anyone knows of
accommodations in moderate
price range, we shall appreciate
their informing us about them.'
Mrs. Beldner, who has been
working with the newcomers
since they began to settle here
in November, says that sheand
all the women who have served
with herhave enjoyed helping
these people.
"They are so appreciative and
so willing," she reports, "and it
is so little effort to help them.
Their gratitude is boundless
even for such small favors as we
are able to give."
Any women who would like to
volunteer for this work are asked
to call Mrs. Beldner at 58-6000.
Individuals with a knowledge of
Yiddish or German are always
needed, she says, especially since
some of the immigration red tape
has been eliminated and new
Americans will be entering the
community at a faster rate.
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In courses conducted against a
A limited number of tuition
scholarships will be available to
qualified candidates, between the
ages of 18 to 25, for each of the
three Brandeis Camp Institutes,
it was announced at a meeting of
the board of directors of the
Brandeis Youth Foundation by
Herman L. Weisman, president."
The Brandeis Camp Institute of
the East is located at Wir.terdale.
Pa.: Brandeis Camp Institute of
the West at Santa Susana, Calif.,
and the Brandeis Camp Institute
of the South at Hendersonville.
N. C. The Brandeis Youth Found-
ation, dedicated in name and
spirit to the ideals of Justice
Louis D. Brandeis, is national
headquarters for the three in-
stitutes.
summer camp background, tor
two, four and seven week periods,
young American Jewish men and
women are trained for active
participation, leadership and serv-
ice in Jewish communal life.
The cost of maintenance is $100
for the two week session, $175 for
the four week session and $300
for the special music and dance
session at the Institute of Music
and Dance, which is conducted
concurrently with the regular
program at the Brandeis Camp
Institute of the West.
All inquiries should be directed
to chairman of the Brandeis com-
mittee, Rabbi Leon Kronish,
Greater Miami Zionist Youth
Commission, 235 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach.
Anti-Semitic Groups
Plan National Conclave
PHILADELPHIA, (JTA)
Plans for convening a national
conference of all anti-Semitic
groups in the U.S. in Hinckley,
111., June 15-17, were made known
here this week following a week-
end parley of two local anti-
Jewish organizationsthe Na-
tional Action League and the
Loyal American group. Purpose
of the national convention would
be to attempt to unite all anti-
Semitic and racist groups into a
single national body.
Last year Gerald L. K. Smith,
notorious pro-Fascist and anti-
Semitic figure, called a conven-
tion of the "National Christian
Party" in St. Louis, but his efforts
at getting his party listed on state
ballots in last year's national elec-
tions failed. Similarly, a confer-
ence of "pro-American National-
ists" was called last year by An-
drew B. McAllister and George
E. Hornby, with the avowed pur-
pose of setting up a "United Na-
tionalist Front."
Obituaries
FANNIE LEVEN
Passed away May 30 after a linger-
ing illness. She leaves two sons. Al
and Max Leven, of Philadelphia;
two grandchildren. Sonla I'hlllipa of
Miami Reach and Harold l.even of
Philadelphia. Remains were pent to
Philadelphia for services and inter-
ment by Head) Memorial Chapel, lS.'o
Alton Rd., Miami Beach.
That 365 pound Blue Marlin Mrs. Matthew S. Bandler caught
Sunday on a 24-thread line, near Bimini. from Captain Dixon's
"Sea Horse" merits comment. The feat was performed in an hour
and twenty minutes. The 365 pounder becomes the latest candidate
for top honors because it is the largest Blue Marlin landed this
year. Hundreds of spectators were crowded at the pier to get a
glimpse of the unusual catch of the year. The fishing party, who
were thrilled to witness the record catch, included Mr. Bandler
June Dairy Products Company executive, and Mr. and Mrs. A J
Maloff of Coral Gables.
Soviet Union Immigrant Arrives In Israel
HAIFA, (JTA)The first im-1 its establishment a year ago
migrant from the Soviet Union to stepped off the liner Transyl-
arrive in the state of Israel since! vania.
LOUIS LACHOWITZ
Age 6>i. of 2492 N.W. 9th St passed
awaj at his home last week following
a long Illness. He was a resident here
13 years, coming from Tampa. He is
survived by his wife, Ann.; a son,
Dave; a daughter, Mrs Yena Edel-
steln, four sisters, Mrs. Sarah Soladar,
Mrs. Irene Kelson ami Mrs. Lillian
(iumberg of Miami. Mrs Helen Green-
stein of New York and one brother,
Jack Lachovitz. New York, and four
grandsons. Services In the Chapel of
the Gordon Funeral Home with Rabbi
Max Shapiro officiating. Rurial was
at Bit, Sinai Cemetery,
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PAGE FOUR fJewlstincrkftof) FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1949 EDITORIAL Far-Sighted The following editorial titled "Miami Adopts a Far-Sighted Attitude," appeared in the current issue of the Jewish Education Newsletter, official publication of the American Association for Jewish Education. Composed of educational groups throughout the United States, the association is recognized for its work in improving and expanding the progress made in the field of Jewish education. The American Association for Jewish Education extends congratulations to the board of trustees of the Bureau of Jewish Education of Greater Miami for having granted to its executive director, A. P. Gannes, a leave of absence which will enable Mr. Gannes to study at Dropsie College and devote himself to intensive preparation for greater usefulness in Jewish education. The far-sighted attitude of the Miami board marks an important milestone in the development of Jewish education in America. A few years ago, there were only two types of positions in Jewish education: that of teacher, and that of principal. Paralleling this situation, there were only undergraduate teachers' seminaries to serve the profession. There were no higher academic goals to beckon to the teacher. And even the position of principal, the only hope of advancement in the profession, was all but eliminated in the depression years. Then came the anguish-laden years of the middle '30s, the World War, the epic struggle for Israel's independence. The impact of these events awakened untapped moral and spiritual forces in American Jewry. Among the beneficent influences brought by this awakening in America was the reaffirmation of the value of Jewish Education; a higher appreciation of the profession of Jewish education, and a deepening conviction that it is the community's responsibility to create favorable conditions and the needed institutions which can make possible the development of an effective program of Jewish education in America. A concrete expression of this development was the creation several years ago of a Graduate School of Jewish Education at Dropsie College, where Jewish educators could prepare News Item:—Job Discrimination is Costing the Country $2,000,000,000 a Year— 85-Year-Old Artist Discovered By Former Miami Beach Resident for specialized positions such as supervisors and administrators of central community agencies of Jewish education. Intensive training on a graduate level requires sustained application on the part of the student for a long period of time. And this is only possible when the student resides at the college. Most Jewish educators, burdened with economic responsibilities, are unable to enjoy this privilege so vital to their careers. For these reasons the American Association welcomes the arrangements made by the Miami Bureau of Jewish Education and hopes that other communities will follow that example. The Eleetion The residents of Miami Beach went to the polls this week and selected five men for their Municipal Council. The vote recorded indicated that this election was the largest in the history of the community. This large vote does not evidence that the Beach has grown in population alone but certiiied a growing, active and a live interest by the residents in the municipal affairs of Miami Beach. This is a healthy condition. Highlighting the election was the overwhelming mandate accorded Harold Turk, the "Man with a Plan" candidate. Turk, though extremely active and popular in the community for many years, has been in politics only a year. In this short span he achieved the distinction of leading the field of candidates and having the greatest number of votes cast for him than has ever before been recorded for any candidate on the Beach. Turk's program, among other things calls for the establishment at Miami Beach of a Citizens' Planning Committee. Long before he offered himself for service on the council two years ago, Harold Turk realized that this rapidly growing city could not continue to prosper without the establishment of a long-range program of planning. Up to now Miami Beach has grown, not because of its past close-range planning, but in spite of it and largely because of its natural attributes of sunshine, sea and beneficial climate. With this tremendous public endorsement Turk knows that his desires are that of the people and will proceed to do the utmost in fulfilling his program. Burnett Roth's last minute decision to enter the race pleasantly surprised his friends, in his first attempt at political office. His successful race came after much hard work on rent control and vtterans' welfare projects. That his efforts were appreciated can be seen by his election to public office. He has pledged to continue that hard work in behalf of his constituency. Mel Richard whose popularity and crusading campaign earned him third place, has pledged himself to a cleanup of the Beach. His will be the toughest job and he will need the support of the council to accomplish his purpose. Burbridge and Powell, the two incumbents who were re-elected, have been the stalwarts of the council for many years. Their work is well known —their re-election evidences the esteem in which they are held. The make-up of the Miami Beach City Council shows an excellent choice by the voters. The responsibility from hereon rests with those selected. The discovery of Meichel Pressman, 85-year-old painter whose :< cent one-man show of 60 paintings at New York Carlehach Gallery evoked the plaudits of the critics, has been credited to his daughter-in-law, Mrs. Benjamin Pressman, an artist in her own light. Mrs. Pressman, nee Rhea Melicov, is a former resident of Miami Beach and a sister of Pianist Anyuta Melicov, who is well known in musical circles here. The octogenarian artist, who participated in the Hobby Show for Older Persons conducted at the Museum of Natural History in New York last month, was > presented with an award by Actress Helen Hayes for outstanding art work there. One of his paintings, "Exodus from Egypt," appeared on the cover of the April issue of the Hebrew Monthly. Though this acclaim would lead one to believe that Mr. Pressman has been a life-long artist, such is not the case. He had never touched a brush in his life until ten months ago, when he submitted a design to his daughterin-law, who was painting on the glass of the French door in the iiving room. Delighted with the sample *ft"r* "£H which Mr. Pressman gave her, Mrs. Pressman and her husband, a New York dentist, with whom the elder Pressman lives, bought him crayons, then water colors, and he has been painting ever since. Born and reared in a small village in Galicia, he has gone back to the impressions of his boyhood and his deeply religious home for subjects. His works are executed in vivid color in the primitive technique universal to all folk art. The artist came to America in 1898 and became a garment worker. He sent tor his wife and children and through many years of hard work and saving went into business as a pants contractor. At the age of 65 he retired from business. In 1941 he underwent a leg amputation because of an infection. "This is the end," he thought at that time, but his work has opened up a new world for him and now "the day can't begin too soon." Mr. Pressman has shown no artistic temperament and accepts his fame quietly. He says in Yiddish, "I'm just having fun and everybody is raving about it." Despite his age, the artist is hale. His ayes are keen and his hand is steady. Zionist Leaders In Hungary Arrested LONDON, (JTA)—A number of Zionist leaders have been arrested in Hungary on charges of allegedly aiding the organization of illegal emigration from the country, according to reliable information reaching here from Hungary. Among the arrested are Dr. Bela Denes, a Mapai leader; Gena Frenkel, of the Mizrachi; and, Alexander Kertes, a leader of Mapam. The government has emphasized that the arrests were not made because of the former Zionist activities of the three leaders, the report said. U. S. Christian Study Group On Tour Of Israel Received By Israeli Officials NEW YORK — The recent Study Tour to Israel, sponsored by the American Christian Palestine Committee and attended by a number of prominent American Christians including journalists, public officials, educators and clergymen, including Circuit Judge George E. Holt of the 11th Judicial Circuit of Florida, was highlighted by interviews and visits with Dr. Chaim Weizmann, president of Israel, Moshe Sharrett, foreign minister, and James G. McDonald, U. S. ambassador to Israel, the Rev. Karl Baehr, executive secretary of the American Christian Palestine Committee, reported. Mr. Baehr was a member of the Israeli Study Tour which was terminated after a two-week visit in the Jewish State. Members of this seminar group were the special guests of Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion during his official reception commemorating the first anniversary of Israel's independence, Mr. Baehr revealed. They were received also by the mayors of Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, and secured appointments with Rabbi J. L. Fishman, Israeli minister of religion, and Dr. Leo Kohn, author of Israel's draft constitution. The seminar group, which left the United States on April 20, was given the full cooperation of the Israeli government in seeking out those places in which it evinced an interest, Mr. Baehr disclosed. Cities visited by the Christian study participants included Jaffa, Hazareth, Tel Aviv, Acre, Capernaum, Haifa, the New City of Jerusalem, Tiberias and Safed. The American group also toured through Galilee, the Jordan Valley, the Negev, and various Israeli settlements, reception centers, and scientific and cultural institutions. Mr. Baehr said that his group had made it a point to meet with Christian clergymen, wherever possible, and visited a number of Christian educational institutions. orphanages and monasteries. The American tourists made a visit to the Notre Dame Hospice which was the scene of active ArabIsraeli fighting during the early stages of the war. It was learned that the Study Tour group had been received by Berl Locker, chairman of the Jewish Agency Executive. This latter group cooperates with the Israeli government in the transportation, resettlement and rehabilitation of Jews leaving the displaced persons' camps of Europe for Israel. The American tourists also visited the Arab village of Abugosh and the Druse village of Asfia. In each instance they were entertained by the Arab Mukhtar (chieftain) of these communities. IP'// Published every Friday aince ay The Jewiih Florldian at 120 I* • Sixth Street, Miami 18, Florida, entered aa second-claaa matter J"iy "" 1930. at the Poat Office of **'•""' Fla.. under the Act of March 3. i'The Jewl.h Florldian haa • b,or "2 •he Jewiih Unity and the J w •" Weekly. 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PAGE TWO -Jewish ncridllan FRIDAY. JUNE 10, 15 13 Will Attend Pioneer Women's Meet June 11-15 Thirteen women from greater Miami will represent the four Pioneer Women's clubs of this area at the eleventh biennial convention of the organization to be held in Philadelphia. Representing the Council of Pioneer Women's Organizations of Greater Miami will be Mrs. Rosemary Gerson Kaplan, president. Other delegates include Mrs. Henry Seitlin, Mrs. Zipporah Levine, Mrs. Mary Goldin and Mrs. Lena Kaplan, Club No. One of Miami Beach; Mrs. Lena Mintzes, Mrs. Celia Rubin and Mrs. Elsie Wegman, Club No. Two of Miami Beach: Mrs. Isaac Pushkin, Mrs. Vera Zeltzer and Mrs. Ruth Yules, Golda Meyerson Club: Mrs. Harry Faber and Mrs. Fred Sandier, Kadimah Club. One of the highlights of the convention will be an address by Golda Myerson, Israel's renowned statewonian. whose appearance will be in the nature of a homecoming; for Golda, whose last name is practically never used in Israel except on official documents, was at one time national secretary of the organization and helped to build it into the politically conscious body that it is today. In Israel. Miss Meyerson. who is the Minister of Labor and Social Insurance, takes an active part in the work of the Moatzat Hapoalot. which through funds provided by the Pioneer Women, its sister organization, takes under its wing thousands of women and children arriving in Israel and provides for their care ar.d training. The famous woman who has devoted her life to the struggle to establish the Jewish state and has contributed to its realization, arrived in America early this month. Her convention speech will be one of the most important she will make while in this country. Tamara Chapter To Sponsor Exhibit First in a series of membership affairs to be sponsored by the Tamara Chapter of Mizrachi Women will be an exhibition of paintings by Artist Rosalie Cheyette at the Saxony Hotel, 3201 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, Sunday at 8 p.m., according to an announcement by Mrs. Charles Turk, president. Admission is by invitation only. Mrs. Cheyette, who is a member of the organization, and her husband, attracted by Miami's climate and tropical beauty, are making their home here. Chiefly a portrait painter, although she has completed many still life.* and landscapes. Mrs. Cheyette is a member of the Miami Art League and won an honorable mention for her portraiture during American Art Week. She is also the recipient of several gold stars from the Miami Woman's Club. and has exhibited with the Coral Gables Grove Artists, of whicn she is a rrember. Chairman of the exhibition i* Mrs. Israel Slutzky Assisting her are the Me>;iar: .es Lillian Bo&den. Esthei X.irer. Betty Sr.yder. Fay Rosen. Fra-.ces Makov.-ky. Sadie Kane. Belle Swartz and Turk. Edward Pastroff will p'.ay piano selections following the exhibition FDR Athletic Meeting FDR Chapter. BBYM. will sponsor ar. athletic meeting Wednesday at 8 p m. at the Miami Y. President Harold Booth has announced a sports movie film as highlight of the evening's program. Assisting with arrangements will be Herbert Lowe and Walter Traurig. Melvin Price Will Become Bar Mitzvah Mr. and Mrs. Jack Price, 1777 S.W. 21st Ave., announce the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Melvin, to be held tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock at the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. The Bar Mitzvah will address the congregation and Rabbi Simon April will respond. Melvin is a student at Shenandoah Junior High, where he is a member of the junior band. He belongs to Boy Scout Troop No. 85. which is affiliated with the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. A reception will follow the ceremony. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. Hebrew Teachers to Meet The Agudath Hamorim, the Hebrew Teachers Association of Greater Miami, will hold a meeting Sunday morning at 10:30 at the Beth David Talmud Torah, 135 NW. 3rd Ave. Mr. Friedman, president of the group, urges all members to attend as matters of vital concern to the Hebrew Teachers in this area will be discussed. Hadassah Unit to Hold Social Affair The Henrietta Szold group of Hadassah will hold a membership social on Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Abraham Goodman, 3355 Flamingo Dr.. Miami Beach. Mrs. Murray Grossman, vice president of the South Eastern region of Hadassah, will be guest speaker. A musical program will be presented by Gloria Feldman, operatic soprano. Shaloma Shawmut will sing modern songs of Israel and Mrs. Theodore Arvan will accompany her at the piano. Mrs. Moses Mescheloff is in charge of the program. Anyone wishing to join this new Hadassah group is invited to attend. Mrs. John Starr is membership chairman. Davis Unveiling The dedication of a monums to the memory of the late Bf nard R. Davis, formerly of 21 S.W. 19th Ave., will take plj Sunday at 11 a.m. at Mt. N Cemetery with Rabbi Murr Grauer officiating. Relativi ; friends are asked to be present] Schenkman Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Isadore Schenkman, formerly of 440 14th St., Miami Beach, will take place Sunday at 2 p.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating. Relatives and friends are requested to attend. PIONEER JEWISH CAMP OF THE SOUTH 25TH SEASON CAMP OSCEOLA Thorouflhly Modem Separate Camps for Jewieh Boys and Girls on Lake Osceola and Mills River "In the Land of the Sky" HENDERSONVILLE. N. C. • 2500 feet elevation • Capable Seasoned Staff • Resident Physician and Nurse • Horseback Riding • Supervised outdoor recreation • Boating PRIVATE NEW SWIMMING POOLS AT EACH CAMP For information Contact Owner and Director: HERBERT SILVER. B.S. IN ED.: M.ED. 950 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach, Florida, Telephone: 5-5975 I WANT MY MILK Eitab. 1924 And Be Sure It's FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at End of Bird Rd. A Snapper Creek! Physician's Wives Plan Summer Activities A luncheon Wednesday at Alan Gale's Celebrity Club was the first activity of the summer season for the Physician's Wives. Chairman of the affair was Mrs. Benjamin Oren. Next event will be a "Bring Your Box Supper to Lear School" slated for July 4. Mrs. Morris Blau will be chairman, assisted by Mrs. Jandon Schwarz, program chairman. Others who will si rve as hostesses include: the Mesdames Maurice Kovnat, Louis Gleuchauf, Jessie Halpern. Samuel Kaplan and Edmor.d Gamse. Loyalty Club. OES, To Sponsor Dance June 18 The Loyalty Club of Emunah Chapter No. 175, Order of Eastern S".ar. will sponsor a dance Saturday night, June 18. at 8 o'clock at the Miami Beach American Legion Hall. 1828 Alton Road. On the committee in charge of arrangements are the Mesdames Elsie Lake, Dian Steiner, Ray Graham and Mary Alper. Entertainment will be provided and prizes will be awarded. The public is invited to attend. Feld Moves Office Max P. Feld, certified public accountant, announces the removal of his offices from 835 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, to 310 Langford Building, Miami. His new telephone number is 82-8243. BRINGS TO MIAMI THE DELICIOUSLY FAMOUS COMPLETE LINE of KOSHER DELICATESSEN! Builders of Immortal Memorials for the Jewish Trade THE BETH JACOB VAAD HAKASHRUTH Under Strict Rabbinical Supervision APPROVED BY THE GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY, DIRECTOR Look For the 2-Story Whiie Building THURMOND MONUMENT Co. MARKERS $35.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES Open Sundays Phons 4-3249 FAMOUS KOMI I II SMOKKD MEATS Exclusively Distributed in Miami by Southern Food Distributors, Inc. 1725 N. W. 7th Avenue Miami, Florida Phones 3-0021 and 2-6141-2 Listen to the Jewish Musical Hour—-WTTT— Sunday morning from 10 to 11—1490 on your Dial Jacob Schachter, Director



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remAY IUNE 10, 1949 Gables Religious it Seats Leaders An overflow audience watched Coral Gables Mayor W. Keith Phillips install the officers and ^•d of directors of the newly organized First Jewish Congrention of Coral Gables at the Htllel House Monday night. Installed at the ceremonies „ere Lee Platt, president; Abe Maioff vice president; Edward Weich secretary; Paul Zerler, financial secretary; Ben Z. Friedman treasurer; Dr. Seymour Blumenthal. Murray Barson. Arthur Dcutsch. Eli Einbinder, Leon Honig. .Sain Lieberman, Paul Recce Max Weinberg and Sam Rabinovich, directors. Also inducted were the temporary officers of the sisterhood, jjrs. Lucy Friedman, president; Mrs. Gertrude Weich, secretary; Mrs. Ruth Barson, treasurer. Principal speaker of the evening was Kabbi Irving Lehrman, who welcomed the new congregation and expressed a hope for its success. Rabbi Lehrman also gave the benediction. Present at the meeting to extend the greetings of their respective organizations were Abe Games, executive director of the Jewish Bureau of Education; Ben Essen, worshipful master of Hibiscus Lodge FA & M; Morton Beigel. president of the West Miami JewL-h Center, and Mrs. Bibi Fishman. president of the Sisterhood of the Israelite Center. The First Jewish Congregation of Coral Gables was organized on May l. 1949, to meet the needs of the Jewish community of Coral Gables and adjoining area. It will follow the tenets and precepts of Conservative Judaism. Refreshments were served by the ladies of the sisterhood with Mrs. Joseph Rogers in charge. The new organization meets every Monday at 8:30 p.m. at the Hillel House at 3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd.. Coral Gables. Residents of the area interested in obtaining further information may contact the secretary, Edward Weich, at 83-6251. BABY SITTER MiddJeaged Reliable Woman Will Take Care of Your Child. Day or Evening, on Beach only. Reasonable Rates CALL MRS. A. GOLDBERG 5-1114 —Atmorlatt-d I'hoto lrwin Weinstein Weinstein Named State Hillel Head lrwin Weinstein was named chairman of the Hillel committees for the state of Florida, at the recent B'nai B'rith State Convention, held in Havana, Cuba. Weinstein, a former practicing attorney for 25 years in New York City, is a graduate of Syracuse University where he was named to the All-American football and basketball teams. He is a former president of Big Brothers Association in Brooklyn and is an experienced worker with youth organizations. Weinstein plans an extensive tour of the Hillel Foundations ir, the state of Florida in Septem. er and will address 22 B'nai B'nth lodges on his itinerary. He Is a member of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, in Miami. YOUNG LADY To share room with same. Private Home. Will board if wanted. 3 Bus Lines. REASONABLE Call 48-4472 WANTED REFINED YOUNG BUSINESS GIRL TO STAY WITH CHILDREN SEVERAL NIGHTS IN "CHANCE FOR ROOM ON B EACH. CALL 86-4897. POSITION WANTED V, ^ y femal ec sieno. *' Legal and Accounting ExPW'ence; Expert Statistical Typ'"• Executive Ability; Local References; Permanent Resident. Phone 82-7681 Bgc*^ AUGUST BROS Hy? ^ Is'thv bkSTf EXTERMINATING FUMIGATING INSECTICIDES %  .fR SALE EARL WHITFORO *sr4JC E X *£, C 2 NTROL SERVICE 3M2 N w. 22nd Ave. Phone 3-7500 Rhena Jacobson. who will graduate from Miami Senior High on June 17, was feted at a surprise graduation party Sunday. May 29. by her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. M. Rubinstein. Rhena, who is the daughter of Mrs. Bella Blask Jacobson, 1152 S.W. 23rd Ave.. is past president of Tri Beta sorority. She will enter the University of Miami in the fall. -JmlstfkrMlnr, Synagogue Council To Meet June 19 em Fionda will be held Sunday FiST* ft? 1 9 a t thc h !" S Judge and Mrs. Harold Spaet, 220 West R,v 0 Alto Dr., Miami Beach m h c council, which has been conceived by Dr. Jacob H. KaphM^ den| f ""• F, "" da RabnS A / S0Clat nwi" be composed of representatives from >ngregation s in this area PurPose of the organization will be give a united voice to the reIigious groups in Southeastern Florida and to further such religious interests as they have ir. con mon. The council will in no way interfere with the religious and administrative autonomy of the constates' 1 organization ." Dr Kaplan Students To Leave On Israeli Tour Myron Levitt of Miami will be among the four Southern voung Zionists who will leave this summer on an eight-week Study Tour Of Israel under the sponsorship of the Intercollegiate Zionist Federation of America. Others w'10 Will represent the South are Arthur Stanley Robinson of Knoxville. Tenn.: Ramon Rosenzwei-* of Savanrah, Ga.; and Marvin Hurvich of the University of Alabama and Birmingham. The four young men v.11 be among a group of American students and teachers who will leave New York on July 5. En route the group will f top in Italy :o visit Rome and the Vatican, ani on the return trip they will stop off in Paris. The first few weeks in Israel will be spent traveling throughout the country visiting cities and settlements, factories and refins, schools, laboratories and points of historic and archaeological interest. An optional thrjo week course at the Hebrew University will be offered. Participants will live in cooperative settlements working side by side with Israeli youth and learning t understand their new way of life. "Purpose of the trip is to afford American students and teachers the opportunity to witness at fust hand the social and political forces that are shaping the future of Israel," one of the spokesmen for the group said. The young mer. will return this fall to resume their studies and to take an active role in I.Z.F.A. throughout the South. PAGE FIVE Esther Ann Cohen lleth David Will Hold Cornerstone Services June 19 Cornerstone services for the new Beth David Synagogue now being constructed on S.W. 3rd Ave., between 2Gth and 27th Roads, will be held Sunday, June 19, from 4 to 5 p.m. City and state officials, clergymen of different faiths will participate in the ceremonies. It is expected that the building will be complete in time for High Holy Day services. •Ir. Iladassah To Install Officers Esther Ann Cohen will be installed as president of the Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah at ceremonies to be held at the Delano Hotel, Collins Ave. and 17th St., Miami Beach, Sunday at 3 p.m. Miss Cohen is former treasurer of the unit, recording secretary of the Southern Region of Jr. Hadassah and was recently chosen to attend Brandeis Camp Institute at Winterdale, Pa. Miriam Scheinberg is chairman of the installation. Her committee consists of Ria Ross, Elaine Goldman and Anita Go! man. Mrs. Lionel Silverman. senior advisor to the group and first vice president of the Miami Senior Hadassah, will serve as installing officer at the dessert luncheon. Others to be inducted are: first vice president. Miriam Scheinberg; second vice president, Shirley Friedman; third vice president, Evelyn Pollak; treasurer, Anita Goldman; financial secretary, Lcona Friedman; recording secretary, Theda Bohrer; coi responding secretary, Elaine Goldman. Singer Names Federation Committee Chairmen William D. Singer, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation recently named Sidney Lefcourt chairman of the Federation budget committee. Others appointed to head committees were Joseph R. Stein, nominating; Abraham Goodman, campaign: Stanley C. Myers, community planning: Herbert E. Scher, rating. My Sincere Thanks Miami Y Bridge Session The Miami Y will hold another duplicate bridge session Monday night at 8 o'clock in the air-cooled auditorium of the Y building. Winners at previous sessions have been Lou Seitlin. Harold Meyers, Martin Braterman, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Grossbcrg. Dr. and Mrs. Richard Elsen, Rosiland Hirsch. Mickev Rose, Bob Dezen and Marian Davidowitz. Members who have not yet received their prizes may pick them up on Monday night Steering Committee Of Women's Council Meets A meeting of the steering committee to plan the post-campaign activities of the Women's YearRound Council of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation was held May 31, at Federation quarters. Mrs. Abraham Goodman, chairman of the council, presided. Other members of the steering committee present were the Modames Monte Selig, Stanley C. Myers, Leon Kaplan, Sylvia Chertkof and Irving Lehrman. Mrs. Goodman named Mrs. Selig and Mrs. Myers on a committee to draw up a charter for the council. The next meeting of the steeling committee will be held on June 21. MAX P. FELD CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT Announces the Removal of his Office to 310 LANGFORD BUILDING, MIAMI. FLORIDA Telephone 82-8243 .„. CHILD CARE individual attention of two •xperienced University trained 'upervUori. Varied program. Transportation and snack ineluded in tuition. Hours 1-5 Monday through Friday. CALL 4-4728. Mt. Sinai Auxiliary To Set Up Library An urgent plea for books, particularly children's books, has been made by Mrs. Joseph Duntov, chairman of the library committee of the Women's Auxiliary of Mt. Sinai Hospital. Mrs. Dur.tov, a graduate of Columbia University, was a professional librarian for many years in New York. During the war she compiled bibliographies for the Engineering Division of the War Department. Mrs. Duntov who is being assisted by Mrs. Charles Werblow. is planning to devote the summer to setting up the library according to professional standards. She will have the portable library ready to function by the time the hospital opens m October. Books in good condition, particularly children's books, may be left at the home of Mrs. Duntov. 2008 North Alton Road 58-2715, or Mrs. Werblow, 720 East di Lido Dr 58-2192. Anyone wishing to have books picked up is asked to call either number. I am deeply and sincerely grateful to the many generous supporters through whose efforts and votes I was re-elected to the Miami Beach Council. In return for your inspiring confidence, I pledge myself to continue to work untiringly for the progress and welfare of our fine city. WILLIAM "Bill" BURBRIDGE YOUR COUNCILMAN (Paid Pnllltcul Adv.) %  %  !: %  : %  I I :• • a % 



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Lhtm^L *Jw!$t)fhrkAat RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY PAGE THIRTEEN „i. B*U> Sholom (Liberal) I ??SU AwMiami Baach. 1(144 CM n ,.v. t immu m hibbi Leon KronUh; Cantor I**" mmir Sabbath mornln* MrI••'"?!? liar Mltsvah of Stephen E",wor Kelemer will render the ^rtion.-f the Sabbath mornI feu. Congragation. 3681 ^discontinued until fall 1 sur c*bi* j #wuh c#n4M ^".'I'disc-ntinued until the fall. fSS^cSm (Qanoral). 334. lW ^vice's at 7 am Friday night fcl'f^^pn, Refreshments will & immediately following the B"S Saturday morning service* J o ;,, 935 Euclid ATMiami Jh. Rbbi Jowph E. Ratk p.m. Mlncha followed Jhal'o* Seiidus and Maarlv. ProLo ZmiroH. Iully services at 7:30 K Class in Mlshr.a will be addressed t the Rabbi. Bervlcea at 6:30 p.m. ,*Wd by a class In Jewish laws "itrnpU i*aiah (Reform). 1065 D,de Bird.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Dtrid R*b. Mdty evening services at 8:16. dibbl Raab Hi conduot the service Bfh't a review • %  < I>ale Carnegie's •How to Stop Worrying and Start Uvinr" A reception will follow. Congregation Bath Jacob (Orthodox). 301-311 Washington ATO Ituni Beach. Rabbi Mosas MMAtlofi Friday evening service at 6:30 p.m. gabbatri scnm.it 8:30 a.m. Bar Mittvah of Hsrry, son of Mr. and lit Jack Bernard. lfcibbl Mescheloff iJI address th.> ronfirmand. Mlncha it i:M followed by Shalos Seudos. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on the Portion of the Week. L>ally school (ran 3:30 to Jtwiih Community Center Conservative 2020 Polk StHollywood. Rabbi Max Kaufman. Friday evening service at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Max Kaufman, assisted by the choir, will conduit the service. SatI rday services at 9 a.m. Klddush after the morning services. Sunday rkool at 10:30. Hebrew school Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday at 1 I p.m. Confirmation and Bar Mltsvah classes at extra session Thursday at 3 'im. iiinyta service dally at i a.m. Miami Hebrew School and Condition (Orthodox), 1101 S.W. & Are. Rabbi Simon April. Cntor Berelo Kelemar. Unices Friday evening at 6:4. r .. I Saturday morning at 9 a.m. Melvln, J of Mr. anil Mrs. Jnck Price, will wome Bar Mltsvah. He will addresx IV congregation and Rabbi April will wpond. Mlncha at J:30 p.m. followed r Shalos Seudos. Sunday school pic's t Matheson Hammock all day Sitday Hebrew school daily from i to 6:3" p.m. Daily services at •J> P m and 6:40 p m. United Jewish Schools, North Ctmpus. University of Miami. Sunday School at 10 a.m. Daddies MM 10 am. Hebrew school Monday w Tuesday from 2:45 to 8:00 p.m. Congregation Keneseth Isxaal ^rthodox), 432 Eipanola Way. •wmi Beach. Friday evening services at 6:30 p.m. MI. v y m !" 'n servlcee at 9 a.m. JJgJ a 5 p.m. followed by 8haloa Temple Emanu-El (Reform). "1 S. Andrews Awe., Fort Laud wdll f• Dr. Marius Ransom Rabbi. B,kM a V. '-V'-mng services at 8:00. S !" Ranaon will conduct a bible *gafter the services. MUmi Beach Jewish Communal CentM (ConaerratlYe). 1701 ""hington A*a.. Miami Beach. %  %  Irving Lehrman. Cantor ** Y. Goldrinfl. tird.,' v '"'"e service at 6:45. BatW morning service at 9. Rabbi j*nrma„ will preach on "The Weekly till „E "' xhf %  %  Cantor Qoldrlng il ,' am 'he service. Bar Mltsvah M v n \ son of Mr. and Mrs. Edm ,„, a, i lan Dally services at 8 %  '"id fi:.'i p.m. Tempi, i nMl ( R.form). 137 %  19th St. Rabbi Colman A. H *'!. man: Dr. jcob H. Kaplan, "*& Emeritus. BUM?, 1 ]! v ninf service at 8:15. lint .Mrs ,i l ,[ 1(1 f ,! '" r 8e. "" of Mr Internationalization Of Jerusalem Debated LONDON, (JTA)-The British government is opposed to the internationalization of the Old City of Jerusalem alone, Viscount Jowett, Lord Chancellor, declared this week during a debate in the House of Lords on the question. Viscount Jowett. who said that he could not commit the government to sponsorship of any specific plan regarding Jerusalem, declared that the government favored the internationalization of the entire Jerusalem area, as proposed by the United Nations Although he added that until concrete proposals are submitted the government would not comment favorably on any plan, he stressed that the solution of the Jerusalem problem was part of the general Palestine settlement and could not be isolated from it. SenateJMy T ise ss Fallen* WGTON. (JTA)-A re-. he.dri by Rabbi Irving M.llor. chairman of the American Jewish ,. -v, wi/v— A resolution demanding an inquiry 1 into the failure of the denazification program in the American zone of Germany will be introduced in the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, the American Jewish Congress was promised this week. The pledge was made by Sen. Claude Pepper of Florida to members of an AJC delegation which visited Congressmen Senators and the State DepartCongtess; Dr. Joseph Tannenbaum, a member of the executive, and Dr. Robert S. Marcus, nolitical director of the organization. A statement issued by the group explained that this step was taken because "of alarming reports from Germany that the denazification program has comple'eiy collapsed, and that Nazis have once again infiltrated govern%  ••• %  • %  """ "e oiaily services 8 a.m. %  '" |i in. Congregation Bath Darld (ConR.K!. T,) 13S Kw Thlw* Ava. "">W Max Shapiro: ROT. Maurlca •UmcSea. bath"' 1 '; ev r n| ng services at 6:48. 8abUIIIV.K 1 ln *rvlces at 8:30. Bar aon. ".".'.'' Alan and Ivan Oraubert. IN f Mr and Mrs. David Oraubert. 'oil'.w?!i s l "' rvlo *a *t foTso'a.m. to be anj (•„, y ?, K'ddush. 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PAGETKfj Dade Federal To Mark 15th Birthday With Opening of Allapattah Office Celebrating its 15th anniversary, Dade Federal Savings and Loan Association of Miami, announced formally today that it will open a new branch office in Allapattah. The opening will be on Saturday, June 18, at the quarters it has leased and remodeled at 1594 N.W. 36th St. During the "open house" celebration the new Allapattah branch office will maintain business hours from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. six days a week. Joseph M. Lipton, president of the savings institution, said, "We are now fulfilling the plans we made some time ago. The realization that the northwest area needed the convenience of the services we render prompted our action. Our function as a mutual savings institution with two important roles to perform for the community promotion of thrift and the provision of economical home financing must also be conveniently accessible to all. With traffic and parking problems becoming greater every day in the metropolitan area, branch offices are rapidly becoming a necessity with more and more businesses. Allapattah is 1 the ideal location for our branch because it will be accessible to all the enterprising communities in the entire northwest area. "It is sometimes construed that a Federal Savings and Loan Association renders commercial bank services," Lipton said. "This is not so. We are strictly a mutual savings institution and do not provide for checking accounts, Je nisti thrkila n LEGAL NOTICE FRIDAY. JUNE 10, 1949 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE estate of Jessie F. Dlugatch. Known as Jessie Eeldman Dlugatch, deceased; and that on the 11th day of Julv, 1949, 1 will apply to the Honorable W P. Blanton, County Judge of Hade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and [or final discharge as Executor of the Kstate of Jessie K. Dlugatch, also known as Jessie Keldman Dlugatch, deceased. This Mil day of June. 1949. HERBERT DLUQATCH, Kxecutor of the Estate of Jessie F. Dlugatch, also known as Jessie Keldman Dlugatch, Dec'd. ELKY STONE Attorney for Executor 6/10-17-24 T 1 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that tha undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the ill in name of TR1X, at 531 Collins Avenue, Miami I leach. Florida. Intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JACK DAVIS, Sol,i iwner ALFRED KREISLER Attorney i7; and all persons are notified that I will sell the said described personal property to the highest and lust bidder for cash at the south door of the Dade County Courthouse in the City of Miami. Dade County, Florida, on the 4th day of July, 1949. between the hours of lll:no o'clock A.M. ami 2:00 o'clock I'M., said sale being made to satisfy said execution together with costs including costs of sale, purchaser to pay for Sheriff's Hill of Sale Dated this 2 day of June, 1949. JIMMY SULLIVAN, Sheriff of Dade County, Florida. By: CiEO. F. HOLLY, Deputy Sheriff. • ISIIMAN' AND WOODARD Attorneys at Law Tin I'.iscayne Bldg. 6/10-17-24 7/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Johnston's Chlc-N-Pry steaks al 100 N E. 79th Street, Miami. Fla intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. AARON CHAIKEN MILTON A. FRIEDMAN, Attorney for Applicant Seybold mdg, ti 10-17-24 7,1 LEGAL NOTICE ORDER OF THE CIRCUIT IN THB-CIRCUIT ,U CO^ T c% N nth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT iv ; Ft>R DADE COUNTY Ft !_, AND 122 St Marks Mace New York. New York -ou are hereby ordered to file „. appearance or answer to the bin TIII: vs. of against complaint for divorce file,, you by HELEN SCI I LA M ., fore the 24 day of JuneTmS ?„ be wlse the allegations o JII i, 1 ""'' be taken as confesse,? a£ a s '", *>" DONE AND OPMRffitSn of May, 1949. s a <•>' E. B. LBATHERMAN Clerk of the Circuit /• (Circuit Court Seal) CUlt Cou "By M. C. PEIOB OBOROH J. TALIANOFE" 1 "*' ( ** Solicitor for Plaintiff .1/27 6/3-10-17 refreshments for all. High igh f of s aft 5 in tall" weT,X the relehr.-ifinn ia th„ eh-.-**-.,'. ? ."' ? ln \ talI weighs the celebration is the Sheaffer's Fineline pen and pencil gift set that will be given free to everyone opening a new savings account at the branch office. Savings accounts opened by mail bv those unable to attend "in person will also receive the gift set. It will be set aside for them and may be picked up when they are able to call at the office. Officers and directors of Dade Federal Savings and Loan Association are all local residents and business men. They are: Joseph M. Lipton, president; Rufus H. Daniel, vice president and secretary; Leo Robinson, vice president; Charles Beatty, vice president and treasurer; Clifford N. Hughes, assistant secretary and comptroller: William H. J. Saunders, assistant secretary; Albert C. Elkins, assistant secretary and cashier and Dee Atwood, assistant cashier. Directors are: Leonard Barr, Charles Beattv, Irwin M. Cassel, Rufus H. Daniel, Gus Feuer, Joseph M. Lipton, Samuel Lipton, G. A. Price and Leo Robinson. Dade Federal's total resources exceed $23,000,000 and its reserves exceed $1,600,000. Wanted Information is being sought of Bert Turnell, on behalf of his wife, Nellie, who since Aug. 1937, has failed to communicate with or contribute toward the support of her, and as a result of his negligence, presently finds herself m dire need of his assistance. Mr. Turnell was born in Toronto, Canada on Dec. 29, 1911, is 5 ft. 5 in. tall, weighs 165 pounds, has brown hair, brown eyes, might be employed as a mechanic, is familiar with machine shop work. Anyone aware of thLs man's present whereabouts is requested to communicate with the National Desertion Bureau 105 Nassau St.. Ne w York 7, N. Y! LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. 125223. NANCY HIMEY, Plaintiff, vs. PETER HIMEY. Defendant TO: DETER HIMEY' CHARLES STREET OLD BRIDGE, NEW JERSEY You are hereby required to file an appearance in the above divorce action on or before July 5. 1949, otherwise a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against you. DATED June 3, 1949. E. K. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) By R. H. RICE. JR., Deputy Clerk. HAROLD SHAPIRO, Attorney 927 Lincoln Road 6/10-17-24 7/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name Ol LOUIS HAFTEL'S WOMEN'S DRESS SHOP at 1036 Lincoln Road, Mi.inn Beach, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. 1>)U1S HAFTEL HELENE HAFTEL JACK A. ABBOTT Attorney for applicants 6/3-10-17-24 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE HTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA — IN CHANCERY. No 125067. MITCHELL FRIES. Plaintiff. vs. ROSE FRIES, Defendant. TO: ROSE FRIES 95 Blake Road Brookiiue. Massachusetts YOU ARE HEREBY ORDERED to file your appearance to the Bill of Complaint for divorce filed against you by MITCHELL FRIES, on or before the 25th day of June, 1949, otherwise the allegations of said Bill will be taken as confessed against you. DONE AND ORDERED this 26 day of May, 1949. _. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal> By M. C. FEIGE. _____ Deputy Clerk. TURK & NEWMAN Attorneys for Plaintiff 420 Lincoln Road 5/27 6/3-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th,, the undersigned, desiring i., engs-ts K business under the fictitious"ns_S / VANDERBILT HOTEL at .009CoUl n i Avenue, Miami H„o I,. Florida.' tend to register said name with n,,". Clerk of the Circuit Court of nS County, Florida. Ua HERBERT II ROBINS MYERS. HEKNVK^'^ ,,. -, NOTICE TO CREDITORS 1V THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT !Jf-.. ANI) FOR DADE COUNTY £&? 6 WDA ,N PROBATE^ NO" SARAH ai B B P Hadassah To Seat Leaders Lillian Goodman will be installed as president of the Miami Beach Business and Professional Women's Division of Hadassah at ceremonies Monday night at 8:30 at the Miami Beach Y. Marguerite Marx will serve as mistress of ceremonies and Mrs. Alexander Kogan, president of the Miami Beach Group of Hadassah, will act as installing officer. Others to be inducted are Dorothy Parker, first vice president; Frances Lebon, second vice president; Florence Mintzer, treasurer; Harriet Klein, financial secretary; Jean Berman, recording secretary; Bea Cypress, corresponding secretary. The public is invited to attend. i ^,,, NOTICE TO Ap PEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HALE COUNTY FLORIDA No. 126288 HARTFORD McELROY, Plaintiff, vs. -,-; F M 4 NN v,_? c 5 LR< ,v Defendant. lo JAM-. ANN Mi ELR< IY -33 Park Avenue, Pacific Grove, California. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to nie your appearance oi answer to the I. HI of Complaint for Divorce in this cause on or before July 8, 1949; otherwise said BUI of Complaint will be taken as confessed by you DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Honda, this s dav of June I'.J-I B. B. LEATHERMAN. cierk of the Circuit Court. iCircUit 'ourt Seal) By M. C. FEIOE, JACK A. ABBOTT. DePUty Cto Attorney for Plaintiff. C/l<>17-24 7 1 Having dissolved partnership on May 9th, 1949, the owners of Lottie Brooks Dress Shop, S6_ Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, will not be responsible for any debts incurred by other than themselves since the date of the dissolution of partnership LOTTIE SI ROTA MAX S1ROTA 6/3-10-17-24 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! The Jewish Floridian solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates. Phone 2-1141 for messenger service. NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No. 22401. In Re: ESTATE OF WILLIAM HERTZ. Deceased. To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: Yotl, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you. may have against the estate of WILLIAM HERTZ deceased lato of Dade County, Florida, to the Hon. W. F. BLANTON. County Judge of Dade 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 first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 120 of the 1981 Probate Act. Date June 6th. A.I) 1949 Herman Wepman, Frieda Lustgarten, Rose Kaplan, Lillian Hertz, Dr. M. J. Click. As Executors of the Last Will and Testament of William Hertz, Deceased. HERMAN WEPMAN Attorney for the Estate. 6/10-17-24 7/1 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADB COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY. No. 124967. CARMELA CHATIRIS BENNETT Plaintiff, vs. JOHN BENNETT, Defendant. THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO: JOHN BENNETT 246 East 114 Street New York. New York You are hereby notified and ordered to file your appearance to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce filed against you by the above-named Plaintiff on or before the 22nd day of June, 1949; otherwise the allegations therein contained will be taken as confessed by you. ORDERED at Miami, Dade Oountv Florida, this 24 day of May, 1949 E. B. LEATHERMAN, %  i. -. Cl ~ rk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M In Re: ESTATE OF RAPHAEL, also known RAPHAEL. Deceased To AH Creditors and All Persons Huv. ata Estate": '"' "•"'•"" N *"> You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you or either of you. may have against the l estate of Sarah Raphael a!-, known as S. Raphael, deceased, late of Coral Cables, Dade County. Florida, t,, the Hon. W. F. Blanton, County Judge of Dade County, and file the "same In Ins office In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said clalmi or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid .ir same will be barred. See Section 120 of th. 1933 Probate Act. Date May 16th. A.D 1949 HELEN A. LYONS, As Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of Sarah Raphael, al.u known as 8, Raphael. | p, 'eased MYERS, HEIMAN £ KAPLAN, 6.111 Seybold Bldg. Miami. Florida Attorneys for Executrix 5/20-27 6/3-10-17 JOSEPH W. MALEK Solicitor for Plaintiff 1703 Congress Building Miami. Florida 1/27 1/1-10-17 C. FEIOE. Deputy Cl.rk NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA, — So. 20078. RE: ESTATE OF DAVID DICKSON, Deceased. NOTICE Is hereby given thai I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Administrator of the estate of DAVID DICKSON, deceased: and that on the 20 day of June. 1949, will apply to the Honorable W. F. BLANTON, County Judce of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge ns Administrator of the Estate of DAVID DICKSON. deceased. This IS day of May. 1949 _, ARM1N BROWN, MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Administrator 5/20-27 6/3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that tho undersigned, desirine to engage In business under the fictitious name Of ol.SEN LUNCH at 335 N. E 7th Street. In the City of Miami, Florida, Intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MARTIN POLK. Owner. OSCAR RAPPAPORT. Attorney 516 Seybold Building 6/10-17-24 7/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Little Doll House Beauty Salon at 6789 S. W. 8th Street. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of U^ ( .' lreult Court of Dade County, Florida. MARY L. PRIDE Sole Owner 6/10-17-24 7/1-8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In airt-i-w_ U !___ the f lc"U_UB name of SUSAN'S DRESS SHOP at 427 Hlaleah Drive, Hlaleah. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Count v. Florida. HATTIE 6/3-10-17-24 7/1 ALENIER NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE ORCKIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT I-?-. A ND F n HADE COUNTY, f-4959 "" CHANCERY, No. C, A H -y,. OU ,NGI :R Plaintiff, vs. I; RANK OLLINCER. Defendant. ^ou, FRANK OLLINCER, 179 Marcy Avenue. Brooklyn, New York, are notified to file your appearance in the above cause for divorce on the .7 day of June. A. D. 1949, otherwise decree pro confesso will be entered against you. Dated this 23rd day of May, A. D. ,n, £ %  J' UEATHERMAN, Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIGE, MILTON A. FR.EDMAN e,H,ty ^'^ Attorney for Plaintiff Seybold Building 5/27 6/3-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Budget Dress Shop at 793 N. E 12.1th St.. North Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of F1orid_ rCU rt f Dade Count Y. 5/13-20-27 6^r 0 THY L aOI_Di_4N NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS _T !" ---„ NA ME LAW ih-^ TI i CE i I 8 i IKKE11Y C-IVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In In io'.% Under ,h0 "ctltloua name of M." J _' T vern at 1163 N. E. 1st Ave Miami. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of th,' C rcult Court of Dade County, '&,?£. HARRY HURWITZ, 5/13-20-27 6V.-_0 OWn r NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NOTICE IS HERKBY^GIVEN that he undersigned, desiring to engageHn 5? ,, Br l8 Dress Shon at R* _l% Vl-JlS to r eB,8ter id name oT^ C^n^Vo'rtda 0 1 11 C Urt 5/20-27 6/JI io DTTIB 8IROTA M ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FIX>RIDA. IN AND FOR HADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 124604. JOSEPH MASTRODONATO, plaintiff, vs. ETHEL MASTRODONATO, Defendant TO: ETHEL MASTRODONATO, E-5 Boston Court, Atlantic City. Nt Jersey. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to file your appearance in the above styled cause for divorce, on or before tho 9th day of June, 1949, otherwise decree pro confesso will be entered against you. Dated this 10th day of May, 1949. E. B. LEATHER MAX. Clerk of Circuit Court (Circuit Court Seal) By R. H. RICE. JR.. Deputy Clerk. SAMUEL J. RAND, Attorney 617 Seybold Building Miami, Florida 5/13-20-27 6/3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage IB business under the fictitious mm* of ROYAL SUPER VALUE MARKET at 3531 N.W. 17th Avenue. Miami, I'l Ida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad County, Florida. JOSEPH ROTENBKI'.'i GEORGE T. SOLING ER MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Applicants 5/20-27 6/3-10-17 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE __ IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, DADB COUNTY, FLORIDA.—No. 143S6. RE: ESTATE OF MAY G. KENT, Deceased. NOTICE Is hereby given thai I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as EXEC ITOR of the estate of MAY G. KEN I deceased: and that on the 15 day < %  June. 1949, will apply to the Honorable W. F. BLANTON, County Judge of Dade County. Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as EXECUTOR of the Estate of MAY O. KENT, deceased. This 14th day of May, 1949. ARNOLD H. KENT. OI'SHMAN, WOODARD GOTTHARDT Attorney for EXECUTOR 0/20-27 6/3-19 -'



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PAGE EIGHT > JmlstincrJdtlar FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1949 Personally Speaking... Mr. and Mrs. Mayer Frankel, accompanied by their son, Marvin, left for Los Angeles this week to visit their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce L. Greenberg. The Frankels will spend the entire summer on the West Coast. Mrs. Greenberg is the former Natalie Frankel. %  % %  % %  Mr. and Mrs. Jack Finkelstein, 2900 S.W. 22nd Terr., will be hosts at an open house Sunday afternoon from 2 to 7 in honor of their son, Martin, who graduated from the University of Miami Law School Monday. %  Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Harry Spivack, 905 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach, are Mr. and Mrs. J. Milestone, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Miller and Mr. and Mrs. J. Black, all of Philadelphia, Pa. -* Dr. and Mrs. Walter J. Lear of Arlinqton, Va., and their children will arrive by plane today to spend a two-week vacation with Dr. Lear's parents, Dr. and Mrs. Edward G. Lear, 1010 West Ave., Miami Beach. Daniel Broad of California is visitinq his son and daughterin-law, Mr. and Mrs. Shepard Broad of Miami Beach. Zclda Berlin To Wed Bernard Kitchin In Garden Ceremony At 7 P.M. Today Miss Zclda Berlin is pictured here in the wedding gown which she will wear this evening when she becomes the bride of Bernard Kitchin in a garden ceremony at the horr.c of Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Watt--. 2431 S.W. 4th St.. at 7 o'clock. Zclda. the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Berlin, of 324 S.W. 23rd Ave.. will have as her only attendant Barbara Chaffee who will he attired in pale green mdy. Miss Cl affee will wear a picture hat and will carry a v, How carnal Sisti Miss M K.: run, v. ill keep the bi i • %  'a k. The 1 ridal gown is fashioned of orgai lace with full, ballerina fei gl rt. Her illusion veil will fall from a tiara of simulated orange blossoms. She will wear matching nuts and y a bouquet of carnation.te orchids showered with stephanotis. Fi r ..' • % %  daughter's wedding Mrs. Berlin will wear a powder blue gown with a corsage of gai Herbert Ow< n will be the b man. The couple will hone; >i\ in V Orleans and Chicago and will then reside in Toledo. Ohio :• Mr, Kitchin is conni cted •:. I a newspaper. For her goioge. Miss Berlin has chosen ;. powder blue suit white acc< ssoi ii s and ill %  • ai a white oi chid corsage. —Lotte Grahn Betrothal Announced Mr. Bnd Mrs. Joe Gold, 311 Ki nilworth Blvd.. West Palm Beach, announce the engagi and approaching marriage of their daughter, M; rion, to Bernard Gold of Brocton, Masa The wedding will take place July 3 at the Sun and Surf Clul Palm Beach, with Rabbi Mi a (; %  • nstein officiating. The bride-elect is a graduate of the University of Miami and is now employed in West Palm Beach. Mr. Gold, the son of Mrs. Lottie Gold and the late Mr. Gold of Brocton. is a graduate of the University of Tor.nrssee. where he was a football star. He served for two years as captain in the Army Air Force in the European and Pacific theatreMr. Gold is now engaged in business in Brocton. Mrs. Shackman Honored Mrs. Elsie Shackman was guest of honor at luncheon in the Gulfstream Room of the Versailles Hotel where Mrs. Carl Susskir.d. her sister-in-law. acted as hostess to 45 guests in honor of Mrs. Shackman's approaching marriage to Benjamin Nadler of 8031 Abbott Ave.. Miami Beach. A medley of songs was rendered by Mrs. William Shapiro, and a bridge party was held after the luncheon. Harold Bau m gar tens To Live On Beach T: c marriage of Rita Doris Sneider, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold H. Sneider, 10601 N.W. 5t Ave., to Harold Baumgarten, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Baumgarten, Miami Beach, was solemnized Saturday at 8 p.m. at the Shelbome Hotel. The couple exchanged vows before Rabbi Max Shapiro. Given in marriage by her father, the bride was attired in a white lace gown, fashioned with a wide bertha edged in satin applique and a full skirt. She wore matching lace gloves and a lace and tulle headpiece. Orchids ai d stephanotis adorned her white bible. Irene Budnor, maid of honor, pink and blue net, while Janice Goldir.er, bridesmaid, wore I lu< organdy. They carried nosegays of carnations and roses. Flower girl was Barbara Herzog. wore blue organdy trimmed with eyelet. The bride's brother, Jay Warren Sneider, served as best man. For her daughters wedding Mrs. Sneider chose a navy Chantilly lace gown with pink accessories. The bridegroom's mother wore gray lace and tissue faille with silver accessories. Immediately following the ceremony a dinner was held at the Shelborne Hotel. Later the couple left for a wedding trip to New York. Upon their return they will reside at 1115 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami Beach. The bride attended schools in New York and the University of Miami. Mr. Baumgarten received his bachelor's degree from New York University and his master's degree from the University of Miami. M • %  -* —~— ~—iifiA — M Shirley Shifke Shirley Shifke To Join Autumn Brides Mr. and Mrs. Max Shifke, 1352 13th Terr.. Miami Beach, have announced the betrothal of their daughter, Shirley, to Irving Harris, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Herscovitz, Lakeland, Fla. Miss Shifke is a graduate of Miami Beach High School. She attended Florida State University and the University of Miami, where she was a member of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority. Her fiance attended the St. Petersburg Junior College and is a graduate of Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania. He is a member of Phi Epsilon Pi and Theta Gamma Sigma. Plans are for a September 4th wedding. Isadora Margolis Betrothal Revealed Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Benjamin Margolis of 3163 Sheridan Ave., Miami Beach, announce the engagement of their daughter, Isadora, to Richard William Grayson of Passaic, N. J. The wedding will take place in the fall. The bride elect attended Miami Beach Senior High School and was graduated from the University of Miami, where she was a member of Alphi Epsilon Phi sorority. Her fiance, the son of Dr. and Mrs. Frederick Ginsburg of Passaic, N. J., studied Industrial Design at Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, N. Y., and attended Biarritz University in Southern France. Mr. Grayson served for three years in the European Theatre of Operations with the 15th Infantry Regiment and is now associated with C. H. Henders, Interior Designers of Patterson, N. J. Morton Melvin Fishers To Reside In Miami Beach After European Honeymoon -„ Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman performed the wedding rites which united in marriage Pearl Naomi Sapero and Morton Melvin Fisher on Sunday at 5 p.m. at the Saxony Hotel. The bride, who is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Sapero, 4275 Nautilus Dr., Miami Beach, wore a blush satin gown with a princess style bodice and full skirt. The neckline was edged in Alencon lac e and encrusted with seed pearls and sequins. The same lace was used on the hemline and train of the skirt. Her blush illusion veil fell from a Mary Queen of Scots headpiece also fashioned of Alencon lace. She carried a white prayer book adorned with orchids and stephanotis. Dons i_,erner, Philadelphia, Pa., was her cousin's maid of honor and Mrs. Jack Omanoff, sister of the bridegroom, served as matron of honor. Other attendants included Joan Rodenberg and Lovey Friedman, Miami Beach; Phyllis Sapero, Baltimore, Md., cousin of the bride; Molly Fisher, New York, cousin of the bridegroom. The attendants were attired in ^wF ',* %  M-^ "J9 % %  rp.^H fc J 1 19 fcf t ** %  ^^"wi i %  BJ^^. ^riJ 1 ^* Mrs. Norman Arkin. Rosalie Taylor Wed To Norman Arkin In a double ring candlelight ceremony beneath a canopy of white gladioli and palms Rosalie Taylor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Taylor, Miami Beach, became the bride of Norman Arkin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Arkin. The couple spoke their vows before Rabbi Leon Kronish on May 29 at the Sherry Frontenac Hotel. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore white lace embroidered with seed pearls. Her illusion veil fell from a seed pearl coronet. She carried a bible topped with two white orchids. Wearing white organdy over aqua taffeta, Mrs. Harold Jacobs served as matron of honor for her sister. Maid of honor, Phyllis Fischer of New York, wore white organdy over yellow taffeta. Their tiaras matched and they carried colonial bouquets. Frances Lepoff, niece of the bride, was honor maid. Best man for his brother was Jules Arkin and ushering were Stanley Arkin, Jack Taylor, Harold Jacobs and Norman Rosen. A reception and dinner for 200 guests followed the ceremony. After a three week honeymoon, the couple will live in Miami Beach. Out-of-town guests included Mr. and Mrs. Harry Perse, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Perse and Abe Freeman, New York; Mrs. Harry Cooper, Mrs. S. Berman, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Berman and Jack Taylor. Philadelphia, Pa. RESERVATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED COLONIAL INN HENDERSONVILLE. N. C. STRICTLY KOSHERAMERICAN PLAN Delicious MMIS Rooms with Private Baths All Sports Faculties Including Swimming Pool SPECIAL RATES FOR JUNE Now Under th Management of D. Handel—I. Fritdlandtr Operator! of Hotel Boeton, Miami Beach Mrs. Morton M. Fisher shell pink mousseline de soio with matching gloves and carried old fashioned bouquets. They wore garlands of matching flowers in their hair. The son of Mr. and Mr.=. Gustave Fisher, New York, was attended by his father. Ushering were Arthur Albert, Chicopee Falls, Mass.; Herbert Kantor, Atlanta, Ga.; Bernard Dworski. Rochester, N. Y.; Seymour Lerner, Philadelphia, cousin of the bride; Jerry Weinberg, Scranton, Pa. The bride's mother chose a powder blue chiffon gown for the occasion and Mrs. Fisher was attired in royal blue Chantilly lace. Out-of-town guests included Mr. and Mrs. Jack Edelstein. New York; Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sapero and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sapero. Baltimore; Mr. and Mrs Melvin Fisher, Muriel Fisher, Mrs. Walter Finkel and Mrs. Isabel Berlowe, Chicago; Mrs. Fred Swift, Los Angeles; Mr. and Mr.<. Harrv Kantor, High Point, N. C; Mr. and Mrs. George Kantor. Atlanta; Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Fisher, New York; Mr. and Mrs. William Schneer, Mt. Vernon, N. Y. The bride, who is a native Miamian, is a graduate of Miami Beach High. She attended the University of Wisconsin and graduated this week from the University of Miami. She is a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority. A veteran of four years in the Navy, Mr. Fisher graduated from the University of Pennsylvania, where he was a member of Zeta Beta Tau. The couple will board the Queen Elizabeth on June 15 for a European honeymoon Upon their return, they will reside in Miami Beach. Jjurduies GIFTS FOR THE GIRL GRADUATE! SINGLE STRAND PEARL NECKLACE in "Mortar Board" gift box $4.95. 2 Amusing way to give this gleaming, lustrous pearl necklace to your favorite girl graduate! Double strand pearl" necklaces with filagree clasps S4 Triple strand pearl** necklaces with rhinestone clasps laces with rhinestone clasps 5 •Plu Tax •SlmulaUd •urdine'a, Miami Jawalry, Streat Ploor



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fllDAYjHlE!^ place Of The Synagogue In Jewish Life TW DR. TACOB H. KAPT.AM ^J^lltnoridfiatj By DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN %  Mitor'i Note: i'. Kaplan, one of th founder* and pr idem of the j£ Rabbinical Association, la organising the Bynaiogue Council of All the institutions of modern Jewry such as the YMHA to Home for the Aqed, the hospital, the various lodges, all J-se are daughters of the Synagogue. These institutions, born the Synagogue, have set homes of their own, and the Jvnaqogue, the Mother of them all, is proud of their fine Jnii'hments. Whatever new land with dried grass and sturdy weeds. accompl jnsti ,utions may yet be born m this age of specialization, they reive their encouragement and J e blood from the heart of the L whose home is the Synagogue, the inspiration of all JewEach institution may in its • ful ardor imagine it is ;dcnt of the Synagogue, that %  outhful ardor imagine it is inendent <'. t has grown to maturity outside depen of the Synagogue, but we cannot forget and we must not forget that the apple may ripen on the oound. but it grew on the tree. And as the wish of every mother h that her children may live in ace with each other, although •n separate homes, so the Synagogue's great wish is that all the Jewish institutions may live together and work together in peace and harmony, for the welfare of the g"' 31 J'-' wlsh familyOccasionally a member of one of the daughter institutions may forget the respect and love due the mother, the Synagogue, the mother never forgets to love all her children and to give the help and encouragement of her motherly heart. The Synagogue, as you well know, is a threefold institution of L-rael. It is a house of prayer, a house of study, and a house of meeting. The greatest study of mankind is Clod, for a study of God comprehends a study of everything that concerns man here and hereafter. It includes a study of all the philosophies, all the science.-, .ill the literatures of the human family. The rabbi is the depository of all these movements and studies, for he it is that interprets the word of God, the messages of the prophets and sages for daily living to his congregation according to the needs of his day. Cut off the rabbis from the Synagogue, and the Synagogue from the Jewish scene and we have a fruitful field without water, sunshine, and fertilizer that will become a waste In the Synagogue the Jew goes to find inspiration for every activity in life; he finds a mystic oneness with God, a living unity of the Jewish people, a promise and an insistence to become a blessing to all the families of tin earth. As a house of study the Synagogue inspires the Jew first of all to study God ,-.iid to study all that his mind can comprehend for to the Jew every study leads to God. Whether the studies take place within the Synagogue, which was a house of study long before there were any other houses of study, or in the YMHA or in the B'nai B'rith, or in the public schools or private schools, the Synagogue is the inspiration for all studies, which in an age of specialization cannot continue to find a place for all studies that lead to God. "Organization for religious purposes forms the basic foundation of every Jewish community. However numerous its social and educational institutions may be, however vigorous its economic and political life, every community owes its origin to the desire of its earliest members to meet together for public worship." Jewish Life in Modern Times, (revised edition) Israel Cohen p'249. And finally the Synagogue is a house of meeting. Everything of interest to the Jew was discussed in these social meetings, and every form of charity was dispensed from the Synagogue. It's News IF y h ou r r e fa h m S ,ly bOCn "*"* in "SK"*" • %  ** %  %  IF C S c 0 n i,Se daUghtei h !" IF there has been an engagement m your family, you are going on a trip, or have returned from one. you have out-of-town guests at your home. there will be a Bar Mitzvah or Has Mitzvah in your family. there has been a death in your family. J CALL THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN, 2-1141, BEFORE THE DEADLINE ON TUESDAY, 5 P.M. PAGE FIFTEEN Non-Surgical Treatment of HERNIA (Rupture) HEMORRHOIDS CHRONIC DISEASES DR. LONG'S CLINIC 21 S. W. 13th Avenue PHONE 3-2748 Need Help in a Hurry?—Call HI EMPLOYMENT SERVICE Whit* and Colored Help Phonts 9-5317 — |_-727 61 N. E. 5th Street AL MEIDENBERQ, Ownir SINRAYPARK HEALTH RESORT HOTEL-SANITARIUM FOB REST. CONVALESCE NCI AMD CMMMK CASU 331 • %  T.W.'V? 0 COUT aaa jjiiAMl&EI *> %  "* MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Wholesale and Retail Grade A Pulverized and Processed Muck and Marl Any Mixture Bitter Blue Sod Soil and Fill of Any Kind Phone 4-0335 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace EDDIE ALPER orris broth ers ONLY DEPARTMENT STORE ON THE BEACH 1261 Washington Avenue VISIT OUR BRAND NEW FASHION STORE 68-72 East Flagler Street GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE STORE FRONT PLATE and WINDOW GLASS Furniture Tops. Beveled Minor* and Raiilvering Our Specialty L. & G. Glass and M ^ ro p ^K^ MOJ&TQRLOT L ms GERBER DR. 8HOULSON Dirctor Room, Board (Dietary Laws) 24 HR. EXPERT NURSING CARE 2 ACRES GROUND—ON BEACH $50.00 PER WEEK DR. SHOVLSON'S 1681 Maridian Ave.. Miami Beach. 58-0112 The collection ot monev on the Day of Atonement for Washington's army in great need at that time is one instance that took place in the historic Synagogue at Newport. In short the ever enlarged acivities of the Y's and of the lodges, and of the hospitals, and of the Homes for the Aged, are all part of the work of the Synagogue, which in an age of specialization have become separated from the mother organization, but all of them receive their inspiration and their blood from the Synagogue whose members support all of them because they were and are taught to do so by the rabbi in his interpretation of the Jewish meaning of life as a sanctification of the whole of life. Hobrew School To Hold !•.< %  .<• The second annual picnic of Miami Hebrew School and Congregation will be held Sunday at the shelter at Matheson Hammock. Transportation to the picnic grounds will leave from the school building at 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. at 10 a.m. The last car will depart promptly at 10:30. All members are asked to bring cars so that the maximum number may be accommodated. Leo Sheiner, chairman of the affair, announces that all small children must be accompanied by older persons and no swimming will be allowed. Assisting Sheiner with arrangements are William Weintraub, transportation and refreshments; Sam Kostoff, games; Louis Sorosky, adult activities. Teachers of the Sunday School and members of Boy Scout Troop No. 85 will assist with the supervision of games and activities. Highlight of the picnic will be a fathers-sons baseball game. Musical Hour Extends JNF Tree Drive The Jewish Musical Hour, under the direction of Jacob Schachter heard over WTTT, Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 1 p.m. and Sunday at 10 a.m. has extended its drive for "Trees for Israel" through June 20. All tree certificates are mailed from the local Jewish National Fund Council office at 235 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Special attention is now being given to the trees being planted in honor of Father's Day, June 19. S. .1. 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^ A YJUNmj949_ /'// Say... Guest Columnist for Harry Simonhoff By DOROTHY KRIEGER FINK ,. We wore wrought up with *Jr*'io"wM 'W. We lived but ,0 ? th~* wkMbia many ideas inexpressible and vaporous, We lived whirling lives in those wiens. never sparing our"Knv good or evil: yet when frKcd and the new world Lrcd the old men came out ••in and took from us our vicgandrenuuicit in the likes of the former world they wYouth could win, but had 5, learned to keep, and was nitablv weak against age. We Lmerctl that we had worked La new heaven and a new iar'h and they tharked us kindly ,Tdmadc the., peace When we are their age no doubt we shall serve our children so." ese poignant and bitter words wen written by T. E. Lawrence in 1919, after the end of the Fust World War, when the old men were taking over the world again and shaping it for its second attempt at self-destruction. One reads the lines and notes the date with a shock. They might so aptly he said today, and practically every day since World fir Two ended they might have been repeated The youth who won. who "worked for a new heaven and a new earth," how wryly must it recall the siren songs about tl brave, fine world awaiting them with the coming ef peace. The ears and refrigerators and best of. all the model be scrapped, remembered only as a hideous by-product of mans effort to chain the forces of nature To continue recalling those innocent, halcyon dreams makes SuVfSm awakt r n much Voo U"not H flCt \i t0 Si, yGermany is not denazified, but is beina strengthened and rebuilt in a sickeningly familiar pattern Ca> tels and monopolies, like the ever-present poor, are still with us. Negroes are lynched and Jews Buttania goes through the motions of acting as if she still rules the waves. Most veterans do not have those shiny new cars and gleaming refrigerators Many of them are still living with ma and pa, and the second baby is cr< ing the first out of the make-shift nursery in the parlor alcove Sometimes I am astonished at youth's acceptance of disappointment and betrayal. One would expect such cruel disillusionmei t to poison the very core of life. In the midst of it, Israel, free and independent, committed to a social and economic program which should make every socalled Socialist government everywhere else in the world blush with shame at its pretensions and failures, shines forth as one of the pitifully few positive advances that our alleged civilization can show. Israel's victory, too, offers poshomes! An end to power politics, sibly the only gleam of hope and spheres of influence, to die-1 this darkened and saddened tatorships. to repression and suppression! Finis to racial and reigious prejudice, to Nazism and Fascism, to cartels and international monopolies! Above all, an end to war Brave Englishmen. Russians, Frenchmen, Americans, et cetera, united in battle, would unite as well for peace. Atomic energy would give us all a share of the latent richness in the universe, and atomic bombs would If You Desire JEWISH CUISINE Try These LUNCHEON SPECIALS SANDWICHES SMOKED SALMON CHOPPED LIVER TOMATO HERRING SOUR CREAM SPECIALS SOUR CREAM WITH COTTAGE CHEESE SOUR CREAM WITH VEGETABLES Air Conditioned Mezzanine Floor period of history. I like to point to it when young people talk wearily of their frustrated dreams and unanswered prayers, for when one speaks of Israel, the fairy tale in which the frail hero killed the flaming dragon see credible once more ;is in the enchanted days of childhood, and David's conquest of Goliath comes to life again. Tiny Israel fooled the guessers (yes, and the hopers. too), and with the odds against them, a hundred to one, came up the winner at a time when a victory for right and decency and morality acts like a shot in the arm for a disenchanted youth whose own victory is being much too easily turned into dust and ashes. Look at Israel, Kids, and realize that this IS your world. Don't let the old and frightened infect you with their fears. Don't sell so cheaply the victory you won so dearly. Don't let the juke box, the saccharine movie, the sticky love story lull you into an acceptance of things-as-they-are. If Israel's people had been "realistic" (which is what the Old Man will tell you to be), they'd have shrugged their shoulders defeatlstly. thrown down their guns— and gone to a night club to forget. You don't need to forget. You need to remember—to remember that sheer weight doesn't always win—that God isn't alwavs on the side of the big battalions,—that the Earth CAN he fair. Look at Israel. Kids, and when you are our age, you'll be able "to look vour kids in the eye and Say, "We did not serve you so/" PAGE THREE Mrs. Max Dobrin. who served as temporary chairman of the Women's Auxiliary of Mt. Sinai Hospital during the planning period, was recently named president of the organization. Field Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory to the memory of the late Mi B< l< L Field, formerly of 1258 Marseilles Dr.. Miami Beach, n other of Stanton N. and Joseph S. Field, will b e held Sunday at 11 a.m. in the Temple Israel Section ol I }rac< land Men orial Park with Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan officiating Relatives and friends are asked to be pn Haglor-fpranada Choral (.roup To Make i< hm The Flagler-Granada Glee Club will make its debut at the next %  "ting of the organization to be held Thursday. June 16, at the Coral Gables Woman's Club. 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%  -••• %  WIT Bf ^JUNE 10. 1949 *Jtnislifkridliair PAGE ELEVEN th |avidPTA, SerhoodTo Mtall leaders ,B MS Shapiro will serve M %mastcr at the installation Kt of the Beth David Sisluncheon ot be held gt **$sW SX St. Mrs. Sadye **! fTill be installing officer cB Jf Harrv Laufer will give ** Sill Rive the principal ad• „d Cantor Maurice Mam** "iff offer musical selections, SJffV 0 M rs Haro,d ^rt< wiK given by Mrs. ., ReP S ebel and Mrs. Max Feld*? re tiring presidents and pretfjins will be made KS Sam August. Murray G S congregation president, ^Soor'oifcers to be inK ki'and Mrs. William DanKce presidents; Mrs. Harry fSorn. recording secretary; Mrs. Srard Schre.dell correspondXretary; Mrs. E. D. Merlin, membership secretary; Mrs. Mey-Forer, financial secretary; Mrs. He-man Goodman, treasurer; Mrs. fen Kandel. sergeant at arms; E Sarn August. Mrs. Ida Hartz, Mrs. Elix Hinkes, Mrs. Sam Dickson Mrs. Max Shapiro, Mrs. Jack Rosenberg, Mrs. Max Berger Mrs. Abraham Kasow and Mrs. S. B. Miller, directors. PTA officer^ include: Mrs. bam Leviten, president; Mrs. Ernest Sussman, vice president; Mrs. George Goldberg, recording secretary: Mrs. Milton Segal, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Nathan Becker, treasurer; Miss Jeanne Stiebel. Mrs. Alex Stiebel, Mrs. Samuel Saal, Mrs. Frank Rose. Mrs. Joseph Kaufman, Mrs. Bernard Schreidell, Mrs. Sam August. Mrs. Harold Berney, Mrs. Abraham Kasow and Mrs. David Sernaker, directors. Reservations must be made by today with Mrs. Sam Dickson, 2-6776, Mrs. Elix Hinkes, 3-5854. Mrs. George Goldberg. 48-7414 or Beth David office, 9-3469. tfollywood llll froup To Meet The Hollywood Lodge B'nai B'nth will sponsor its annual cpen meeting Wednesday at 8:15 pm, in the Jewish Community Center. Dr. Herbert Heiden, president, has extended an invitation to Jewish service organizations in Ft. Lauderdale, Hallandale, and surrounding communities to attend. Charles M. Daniels, a past president, will give a report on the District Grand Lodge convention 'hich he attended in Savannah. Ga., as an official delegate. A supplementary report will be made b>' Sam Slater, J. M. Goldberger and Joe Baum. Morton Reese and Morton Baum of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization will tell of t*ir convention experiences. AUTO GLASS Installed While You Wait Full Line of Auto Accessories and Parts ADAMS GLASS SERVICE 1805 Purdy Avenue Call 58-3756 or 5-4316 Prof. Munson To Speak Prof. William Munson of the University of Miami will speak on "Atomic Energy and the Lilienthal Case" Sunday at 8:30 p.m. at the Freedom House forum. A question and answer period will follow the talk. The public is invited to attend. *=w vat* VT tra. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 818 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach Phone 5-3595 Club Introduces Rumba Contest, Community Sing A new type of entertainment will be introduced at the Uptown Satuiday Night Club of the AVC Freedom House, 4323 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, tomorrow night. New features will be a community sing and rumba contests Dancing is on the patio behind the house and admission is fill cents. Three generations of the Meidenberg family were represented when young Paul, right, was initiated into the Miami Beach Elks last month. Paul is pictured here with his father. Al, center, and grandfather. Morris, immediately following the ceremonies which made him the first third-generation member in the history of the Miami Beach group. Several days after the initiation, the Meidenbergs were honored at an affair arranged by Exalted Ruler Morris Warner and Program Chaiman Al Fir.kelstein. Al thai time, they were presented with a huge cake. THOUSANDS HAVE FOUND HAPPINESS through the Clara Lane Friendship Center WHY NOT YOU? Phone 82-3065 43 N. E. 2nd Street (opp. Tel. Co. Bldg.) OPEN 10 A.M. TO 8 P.M. SPEND YOUR SUMMER VACATION IN THE BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS OSCEOLA LAKE INN on Lake Osceola HENDERSONVILLE, N. C. JOE RUBIN Owner-Manager Special Low Rates for Month of June American Plan Only Finest Jewish-American Cuisine All Rooms with Bath or Shower Private Beach and Dock The Showcase of Good Food The GOVERNOR CAFETERIA 1225 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH %  H. HHttii>-i.


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PAGE SIXTEEN -Jenlsti Ik* Mint. FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1949 Assisting With Citizenship Papers, House Hunting, Teaching, Interpreting -All In Day's Work for Committee What is the first thing that the displaced persons who are finding haven here under tht auspices of the Greater Miami Jewish community want upon their arrival? A long-denied gastronomical treat? A luxuriant bath with perfumed American soap? Or any number of material things that we might expect? To be sure, they desire all of these, reports Mrs. Leonard Beldner, chairman of the New Neighbor Committee of the Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women, but first they desire the security and peace of mind that come with "belonging." "Just as soon as they find temporary quarters where they may park their baggage, they hurry down to the National Council office in the Langford Building to solicit aid in applying for their first papers," Mrs. Beldner says. "Men, women and children without a country for so long, they simply can't wait to become genuine naturalized Americans." The council not only assists the new arrivals with their papers, but conducts three classes in English. These classes, under the supervision of Mrs. Joel Belov, have become focal points in the lives of the eager students, and they can't wait for class evenings to roll around. Other services which the organization performs for the newcomers, through the New Neighbor Committee. ar e assisting with shopping, looking for housing which they can afford on their moderate incomes, helping with any problems which may arise and just generally acting as good neighbors. The New Neighbor Committee, which falls under the National Council's Department of Service to the Foreign Born, of which Mrs. Stanley C. Myers is chairman, works in close cooperation with the Greater Miami Refugee Resettlement Committee. Not long ago members of the national council committee helped a family register their children in school. As the children who could speak almost no English, were eager to enroll in school, the council made special arrangements with the Dade County Board of Education. On occasion members of the committee have served as interpreters when the new arrivals applied for jobs. In addition, they have given special tutoring to those who desired it. One member of the committee, who accompanied a family on a shopping tour, found that they emanated from the same village that her family had come from and that they had many mutual friends, Mrs. Beldner reveals. "One of the most difficult problems with uhif*b we "'a confronted," Mrs. Beldner asserts, "is securing housing that these people can afford. If anyone knows of accommodations in moderate price range, we shall appreciate their informing us about them.' Mrs. Beldner, who has been working with the newcomers since they began to settle here in November, says that she—and all the women who have served with her—have enjoyed helping these people. "They are so appreciative and so willing," she reports, "and it is so little effort to help them. Their gratitude is boundless — even for such small favors as we are able to give." Any women who would like to volunteer for this work are asked to call Mrs. Beldner at 58-6000. Individuals with a knowledge of Yiddish or German are always needed, she says, especially since some of the immigration red tape has been eliminated and new Americans will be entering the community at a faster rate. Tuition Scholarships Available \i HraiiaVis Tamp Institutes In courses conducted against a A limited number of tuition scholarships will be available to qualified candidates, between the ages of 18 to 25, for each of the three Brandeis Camp Institutes, it was announced at a meeting of the board of directors of the Brandeis Youth Foundation by Herman L. Weisman, president." The Brandeis Camp Institute of the East is located at Wir.terdale. Pa.: Brandeis Camp Institute of the West at Santa Susana, Calif., and the Brandeis Camp Institute of the South at Hendersonville. N. C. The Brandeis Youth Foundation, dedicated in name and spirit to the ideals of Justice Louis D. Brandeis, is national headquarters for the three institutes. summer camp background, tor two, four and seven week periods, young American Jewish men and women are trained for active participation, leadership and service in Jewish communal life. The cost of maintenance is $100 for the two week session, $175 for the four week session and $300 for the special music and dance session at the Institute of Music and Dance, which is conducted concurrently with the regular program at the Brandeis Camp Institute of th e West. All inquiries should be directed to chairman of the Brandeis committee, Rabbi Leon Kronish, Greater Miami Zionist Youth Commission, 235 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Anti-Semitic Groups Plan National Conclave PHILADELPHIA, (JTA) — Plans for convening a national conference of all anti-Semitic groups in the U.S. in Hinckley, 111., June 15-17, were made known here this week following a weekend parley of two local antiJewish organizations—the National Action League and the Loyal American group. Purpose of the national convention would be to attempt to unite all antiSemitic and racist groups into a single national body. Last year Gerald L. K. Smith, notorious pro-Fascist and antiSemitic figure, called a convention of the "National Christian Party" in St. Louis, but his efforts at getting his party listed on state ballots in last year's national elections failed. Similarly, a conference of "pro-American Nationalists" was called last year by Andrew B. McAllister and George E. Hornby, with the avowed purpose of setting up a "United Nationalist Front." Obituaries FANNIE LEVEN Passed away May 30 after a lingering illness. She leaves two sons. Al and Max Leven, of Philadelphia; two grandchildren. Sonla I'hlllipa of Miami Reach and Harold l.even of Philadelphia. Remains were pent to Philadelphia for services and interment by Head) Memorial Chapel, lS.'o Alton Rd., Miami Beach. That 365 pound Blue Marlin Mrs. Matthew S. Bandler caught Sunday on a 24-thread line, near Bimini. from Captain Dixon's "Sea Horse" merits comment. The feat was performed in an hour and twenty minutes. The 365 pounder becomes the latest candidate for top honors because it is the largest Blue Marlin landed this year. Hundreds of spectators were crowded at the pier to get a glimpse of the unusual catch of the year. The fishing party, who were thrilled to witness the record catch, included Mr. Bandler June Dairy Products Company executive, and Mr. and Mrs. A J Maloff of Coral Gables. Soviet Union Immigrant Arrives In Israel HAIFA, (JTA)—The first im-1 its establishment a year ago migrant from the Soviet Union to stepped off the liner Transylarrive in the state of Israel since! vania. LOUIS LACHOWITZ Age 6>i. of 2492 N.W. 9th St passed awaj at his home last week following a long Illness. He was a resident here 13 years, coming from Tampa. He is survived by his wife, Ann.; a son, Dave; a daughter, Mrs Yena Edelsteln, four sisters, Mrs. Sarah Soladar, Mrs. Irene Kelson ami Mrs. Lillian (iumberg of Miami. Mrs Helen Greenstein of New York and one brother, Jack Lachovitz. New York, and four grandsons. Services In the Chapel of the Gordon Funeral Home with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. Rurial was at Bit, Sinai Cemetery, BERNIE SAFFER "A Service That Satisfies" CATBEING PHONE 9-0573 JACK & JILL Caterers 24 N. W. 7th Street Off Miami Avenue Z A Ih IVJ e ^P ene S aB he Jy of Plowing, .owing and reaping in the good earth at Brandeis Camp Institutes, national center lor Jewish youth leadership training. 1949 season open. June 20 with facilities for 900 students. FI:I i;n & i:isi;\ STEIN Rtaltou Phone 5-7668 309 Lincoln Road Miami Beach SPECIALIZING IN HOTEL INVESTMENTS 14 Year* of Experience LEO EISENSTEIN in Building Construction on Miami Beach W. LFETJER MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY Offers to DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES A 5-POINT PURCHASE PLAN • Wise Counseling • Beauliiul Landscaping • Perpetual Care • Pre-Need Budget Plan • Special Protective Features Ideally Located Near West Flagler at 53rd Avenue General Office—Olympia Bldg. For Information Phone 3-3720 RABBI S. M. MACHTEI. Exac. Vice-President ROBERT YAFFEY. Sales Director MRS. ANNA COPPEL Age 56, S5:t s. w. 12th St.. passed away Sunday following a brief illnenH. 8he Is Hurvlved by her husband Phillip. Funeral services was held in the Gordon Funeral Chapel with burial at Mt. Nebo cemetery. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tne undersigned, desiring to engage in ui"w? !" ,u ? <, *' r '"*' I: '"""U8 name of 5BS7L? wn< f57 I,R V K IN RESLf LRA S, T ^ 1 51 N w 7t > Ave., Miami, Flo: Ida. intend to reaimer xald name with the Clerk of the Circuit court of Hade County, Florida GEORGE MILLER SA.MI'KI, It'iMi' MARK SIL.VERSTEIN, Attorney 420 UtlCOb Road Miami Beach. Florida 6 11-30-17 6,3-10 My Sincere Thanks To the voters of Miami Beach for showing your confidence in me at the polls. To you and my many friends who worked in my behalf, my heartfelt thanks. I pledge my sincere, conscientious efforts for whatever is best for our city. D. LEE POWELL TRULY NOLEN. 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PjUDAYJUNEiH 1949 ^J^istjhridlja,^ Mrs. Seymour Cove garden Kites Join Carol Trinkoff And Seymour Cove A garden ceremony on May 30 united Carol Trtnlcoff and Seymour Cove, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morrev Cuvc. 1944 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach. The rites were performed by Kabbi Irving Lehrir.an at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Trir.koff. 1754 Biarritz Dr., Miami Beach. The former Miss Trinkoff graduated from the Lear School and will enter the University of Miami in the fall. Mr, Cove, a Navy veteran, was graduate! from the University of Miami. The couple will live in Miami Beach up tl eir return from a month's honeymoon at Lake George, N. Y. Harold Turk To Speak Harold Turk will be guest speaker at the luncheon club meeting of the Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai B'rith on Tuesday at 12:15 at Hamburger Heart. I. 1549 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. The speaker will be introduced by Jack Gold. Ili'iirv lloliaus<>r Sorority Alumnae "Adopt" Orphan* Fifty war orphans, guests of the French government, in Haguenau, France, will be made A, P E iei V. throUR '" 8 ,fts sp nt by the Alpha Eta Chapter of Alpha Epsi on Phi and the ureater Miami Alumnae Association. The chapter "the University of Miami presented the alumnae a ocial with a check to purchase a gift for the L'Orphelinat Israelite, an orphanage composed of the surviving victims of the Nazi regime Given a choice of anything they wanted, the children requested either a movie projector or iadio The alumnae held a benefit movie party Wednesday night at the Monte Carlo Hotel to secure funds for both items. The orphanage, which has been •'adopted" by the Greater Miami Alumnae Association, has received over 1700 pounds of food clothing, candy and toys (rum the organization. The postage for these gifts was provided I ity-sponsorcd events and much of the contents was contributed by local members. PAGE NINE k^"^L M m. 1 ** %  •a^L^La v & I i ,'..-%  •i Ai'.een Hilda Harris Aileen H. Harris Pledged To Stephen Samuel Glass The engagement of Aileen Hilda Harris to Ensign Stephen Samuel Glass, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Glass, 3745 Pine Tree Dr., Miami Beach and New York, has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Harris, New York. The bride-elect attended Fieldston School, Riverdale, N. Y., and will graduate from Adelphi College. Garden City, New York, this month. She is a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority. Ensign Glass is also an alumnus of Fieldston School and was graduated from the U. S. Naval Academy at Annapolis last week. He will be stationed in New London, Conr.., where he will be assigned to the USS Maloy. l .."i .in Alvin Schwartz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Schwartz, 65 S.W. 28th Road, has just received his degree of Business Administration from the University of Miami. A native Miamian. he graduated from Miami Senior High School. During the war he gave performances for the USO and Red Cross. A member of the Hillel Foundation and Masada, he will be associated with his father Alan And Ivan Graubert To Become Bar Mitzvah For the first time in Greater Miami, twin brothers will become Bar Mitzvah. Bar Mitzvah ceremonies for Alan and Ivan Graubert, sons of Mr. and Mrs. David Graubert, will be held tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock at Beth David Synagogue. Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mamches will officiate. Kiddush and a reception will follow. Prominent Miami Beach architect, says: "Painstaking care and owe attention to detail go into e Planning of any edifice. That Why 1 consider FARR a topnoicr, t rave j architect. They draw m v travel plans—and do it well." *\HH "Your Travel Agent" Israeli Exhibition Opens In Rio De Janeiro RIO DE JANEIRO. UTA^-An Israeli exhibition opened here this week with leading Brazilian scientists and cultural leaders in attendance. Brief addresses hailing the event were delivered by Dv. Samuel Malamud. honorary Israeli consul here, and officials of the United Israel. Campaign and the Jewish National Fund. Robert Louis Brambier Robert Louis Brambier To Become Bar Mitzvah Mr and Mrs. Sam Brambier. 919 S.W. 25th Ave., announce that the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Robert Louis, will take place tomorrow morning at 9 o clock at Congregation Beth El, 500 S.W. 'Vhe Bar Mitzvah is a student at Sher.andoah Junior High. A reception will follow the and relatives and invited to attend. ceremony friends are Messages of felicitations were also received from President Chaim Weizmann and Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett of Israel. IN APPRECIATION JbissssssjSSSM OF CONFIDENCE YOU GAVEHE IN' f !" £^D VOTE LAST MIAMI BEACH CITY COUNCIL BY THAT RECOR^D^U ^ TUESDAY. I ACCEPT YOUR MANDATE IN ^^AMYING ON WITH A DEEP SENSE OF RESPONSIBILITY FOR CARRY^ M THE PROGRAM I STARTED DURING MY flitsi OFFICE. I SHALL CONTINUE TO REPRESENT AU^U CITIZENS TO THE BEST OF MY ABILITY. MAY wi/ YOU ALL Harold Turk YOUR COUNCILMAN (Paid Political Adv ) Personally Speaking ... Mrand Mrs. S. Steen, accompanied by their daughter, Lillian, left this week for a month's stay in Boston. + %  %  *. Mr. and Mrs. M. Daum left this week to spend the summer at their home in Hendersonville, N. C. Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Teigman, 1410 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach, were hosts at a qarden party at their home in honor of their daughter, Adele Maxine. Among the quests were Dr. and Mrs. Ralph Jack and their dauqhter, Joan, Dr. and Mrs. Leo Grossman, Dr. and Mrs. Bernard Kleinman, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Frishman, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Turk, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Zukernick, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Courshon, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Courshon, Mr. and Mrs. David R. Isen, Mr. and Mrs. George Bertman, Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Adler, Sold Goldstrom and Abe Pollack. Mr. and Mrs. J. Press, 911 3rd St., Miami Beach, left for their summer vacation this week. They will be at 272 Jackson Ave., Jersey City, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Max Ganz of West Palm Beach announce the birth of a daughter Karen Pamela, at St. Mary's hospital there. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Harry Metz. The bris milah of Howard Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Pepper, 1735 Marseilles Dr., Miami Beach, took place Sunday at the Pepper home. Acting as godparents were Simon Rodin and Rose Blumenreich. Benjamin Rothbard, the baby's grandfather, was sandek. Attendinq were Rabbi and Mrs. Leon Kronish, Dr. Julian and the baby's grandparents, the Rothbards, who are visiting from Hoboken, N. J. The Rev. Philip Fried officiated. Mrs. Nathan Schocoff and son, Jack, of West Palm Beach recently left for a visit with friends in New York. Lawrence Heftel and family recently returned to their home in Palm Beach after a trip to California and other Western points. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Silverstein of Miami Beach are spending a three week vacation at Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville, N. C. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Sperlin, 21 S.W. 52nd Ct., announce the birth of a son, Terry Bruce, on May 17 at the Doctors Hospital, Coral Gables. Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiated at the bris which was held on May 24 at the parents' home. William Sperling, paternal grandfather, was sandek and the qodparents kere Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Grayson. Grandparents of the new arrival are Mr. and Mrs. Irving Ginsburg and Mr. and Mrs. William Sperling. Dr. and Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan have moved to 1368 Normandy Dr., Miami Beach. The Kaplans will be home all summer. Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Kussner announce the birth of a son, Robert Arnolfl, on May 26 at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Rabbi S. Machtei officiated at the bris which was held Sunday, June 5, at their home, 809 Sevilla Ave. A breakfast for intimate friends followed the ceremony. Among those present was Rabbi Murray Grauer. A dinner dance qiven by Mr. and Mrs. Irving Schenkman, 1355 Drexel Ave., Miami Beach, at the Monte Carlo Hotel Monday night honored their daughter, Selma, on the occasion of her graduation from the University of Miami. 75 guests attended the affair. Selma will spend the summer in New York and will return here in the fall. Mr. and Mrs. William Jacobs and H. Kantor are amonq the early vacationers at Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville, N. C. Mrs. Mary Ziff. accompanied by her daughter, Adele, and son, Sanford, will leave for Akron, Ohio, Wednesday for a two weeks vacation. During their stay they will attend the unveiling of a monument to the memory of their husband and father, the late Oscar Ziff. The bris milah of Alan Fischer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Fischer, 1590 S.W. Flagler Terr., took place Sunday at the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Ginsburg were godparents and Rabbi Moses Mescheloff was sandek. The baby's paternal grandfather, J. Fischer, was present at the affair. The Rev. Philip Fried officiated. The bris milah of Joseph Mark Jacobs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Jacobs, took place on Shavuos at the home of his maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Sher, 1329 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. Godparents were Mrs. H. Sher and Harold Jacobs, the baby's uncle. H. Sher was sandek. Present at the ceremony were Rabbi and Mrs. Joseph E. Rackovsky. The Rev. Philip Fried officiated. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Glazer have moved from 852 Jefferson Ave. to 2383 Flamingo Dr., Miami Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Fine motored to Gainesville to attend the graduation of their son, Louis, from the University of Florida, Louis, who is an accounting major, received a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. Accompanyinq the Fines were Mr. Fine's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fine, and Mrs. Fine's father, Sol Schwartz. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ness, 312 N.W. 10th Ave., left this week to spend live months in Montreal, Canada. i



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PAGE TWELVE +JewMfk*1cf**tJ FRIDAY. JUNE 10, K Newark Man To Head Jewish Education Group The American Association for Jewish Education re-elected Michael A. Stavitsky of Newark, N. J., to a third successive term as president, during its tenth annual meeting in Atlantic City. Delegates to the meeting from this area were: A. P. Gannes, Joshua Stadlan and Mr. and Mrs. H. Pomerantz. More than 400 delegates attending the five-day conference heard Stavitsky hail "the reawakened interest in Jewish education that has been estimulated throughout the United States by the establishment of Israel." He said that the American Association was cognizant of its responsibilities to the Jewish community and that it was prepared to assist all ideological groups. "Intensifying the cooperative attitudes of Orthodox. Conservative and Reform elements will encourage the necessary unified approach that leads to standardized curricula and progressive teaching methods and | raises the general standards of Jewish education," Stavitsky declared. The Coiiierence approved the establishment of two new coordinating bodies, a Nationa Council on Audio-Visual Aids, now being organized which will serve as an informational clearing house for audio-visual materials, and a national parentteacher association to coordinate the activities of the 1,000 community PTA"s of Jewish education now in operation. A gift of $100,000 from George Kaplan, St. Paul manufacturer, toward the erection of a center for Jewish education in that city was announced at the meeting. He is a member of the board of directors of the St. Paul Bureau of Jewish Education. Scrolls of honor were awarded to 35 ter members of the American Association who were present in Atlantic City 10 years ago when the organization was founded. Elected with Mr. Stavitsky were the following officers: Dr. Chipkin, Prof. Horace M. Kallcn and Frank Cohen of New York, Samuel H. Daroff and Judge Louis E. Levinthal of Philadelphia, Nathan H. Friedman of Boston, Frank G. Marshall of Chicago ar.d Isador S. Turover of Washington, D. C vice presidents; Dr. Milton Konvitz of Ithaca. N. Y.. secretary; Harry H. Liebovitz of New York, treasurer. Former Governor Herbert H. Lehman and Mark Eisner of New York were elected honorary S residents and Bernard Seinel of cw York was named honorary secretary. The convention also elected 42 new members tj its board of governors. Pvt. Blumberg Buried In Mt. Nebo Cemetery Services for Pvt. Allan A. Blumberg, 21, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Blumberg, 1622 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach, who was killed in action in Italy on February 23. 1941. were held in Gordon Funeral Chapel yesterday afternoon w i t n Ravvi Irving Lehrman officiating. f m Pvt. Blumberg was attending the University of Miami at the Pvt. Blumberg time of his enlistment and was a member of A.Z.A. The Honor Guard of the Norman Bruce Brown Post 174 of the Jewish War Veterans conducted graveside services. Interment was in Mt. Nebo Cemetery. —Associated Photo B'nai B'rith Young Women set final plans for their 4-day District Convention to be held at the Rili Plaza Hotel, from June 11 to 15. Delegates from Maryland. District of Columbia, Georgia and Florida will participate in cultural, athletic and social programs. In photo are (1. to r.) Donna Feldman, general chairman; Thelma Rappaport and Charlotte Sandier, all members of Debbs, the host chapter. Irving Cypen llillel Seminar Set For June 16 On Thursday. June 16, at 8 p.m. a Hillel seminar will be held at the Hillel House, 3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables. Participating in the discussion will be Milton Friedman, who will speak on "The National Function of Hillel," and Louis Heiman, whose topic will be "The Growth and Development of Hillel at the University of Miami." Walter Kovner, head of the Hillel Advisory Council, will serve as moderator. All officers and board members of B'nai B'rith have been invited to attend the seminar. The local Hillel group, which was founded in 1943, is under the direction of Dr. Donald Michelson. who teaches Hebrew civilization at the university. :V & as good as home-made/ 3 other tempting varieties with Rice • Noodles • Clear HOROWITZ* MARGARETEN condensed KOSHU CANNED CHICKEN SOUPS lik* all th o'htr HOROWITZM A I O A R C T E N JOSHEI (tNNE 0 CHICKEN PI0SUCTS. or* delicious. ..iovt timt, work, mon.yl Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS, IXC. 14 N.E. 24th St, Miami 37, Fla. Phone 3-6866 Cypen To Open Law Offices Monday, June 13, will be a red letter day for Irving Cypen, Miami Beach attorney whose efforts recently were instrumental in securing the enactment of state legislation providing for substantial increases in pension benefits for Miami Beach firemen, policemen and other municipal employees. Cypen will open his own office Monday for the general practice of law in the Mercantile National Bank Building. For the past three and one half years, since his discharge from the Navy, he has been associated with the law firm of Broad and Cassel. Since entering upon his professional career, Cypen has been active in civic and communal affairs. He was the first president of the B'nai B'rith Tropical Lodge and is its immediate past president. He is also the immediate past secretary of the Florida State Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges, treasurer of the Miami Beach Jewish Center Men's Club and treasurer of the Pi Lambda Phi Alumni Association. During the 1949 Combined Jewish Appeal, Cypen served as chairman of the campaign's young adult unit and succeeded in enrolling more campaigners than ever before in the eleven year history of the Combined Jewish Appeal. He is at present a member of the board of governors and the budget committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation He is also serving on the board of the Miami Beach YM & WHA. He is a member of the American Legion, the Miami Beach Jewish Center, Miami Beach Bar Association, Dade County Bar Association, and Florida State Bar Association. Cypen was graduated from the University of Florida College of Business Administration magna nn?J aU ? e in I 9 40 and fr !" the University of Florida College of Law magna cum laude in 1943 P £? .^actuation, h e was appointed law clerk of the Honorable Curtis L. Waller, Judge of ts sta ,es Fihh SEW! Court of Appeals. During the war, Cypen was for three years in active overseas duty as a naval officer, servinc as an armed guard commander £3*2 now a member of the United States Naval Reserve and is presently serving as officer in charge of a U. S. Naval Recruit'ng Station at 420 Lincoln Rold Born in Chicago, Julv 19 IQiq Pythlans Elect New Officers Roy Chaykin has been named chancellor commander of Roosevelt Lodge No. 177, Knights of Pythias. Others elected to office were Murray Kostoff, vice chancellor; Nat Miller, prelate; Al Chaykin, master-at-arms; Arthur Robinson, master of work; Joseph Schwartz, corresponding secretary; Arthur Rosen, recording secretary; Fred Roseman, financial secretary; Manuel Ruddes, inner guard; Jack Block, outer guard. Kostoff was chosen lodge deputy and Miller, grand lodge deputy. Murray Friedman, Ben Englander and Mrs. Von Nws Entertab Mrs. Clara Mae Van Ne„ / dent of Temple Isaiah jffij entertained her board mil with a luncheon he *H Hotel yesterday. De H A Joint meeting of the sL-d hood and the Temple Men's nT will be held Monday njh a o clock at th eTgnpie auL* were appointj Al Wiseman trustees. Installation will take place i„t 5 Next meeting is slatelfff/A 14 when the rank of csnuir, 1 be bestowed upon seven m? *f of the Arthur P R jbj g^T^ You ore cordially invited to have your Weddinq, Reception or Graduation party catered by 9itedonei*6ra^^!^fcvr % 



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tj^mmzm^ ^KSH^^H ^ A ^JEJ0_1949_ Scoop Presi timate he decides sidcnt Truman has told tola that in the event to make a trip to he will vWt Israel tojee WotfT friend Chaim" W. w u, hnon cool has been The to the ^rconfenin^withVop-rankats on European soil However since the easing of HfdTplomats < \ S'oveV'the Berlin blockS he"advocate, of such a .visit vj-e gained the upper hand. a „hPr will cost Israel about So • • The membership JSTre based on the national Some of a given country Z ironv of the alphabet places Israel between Iraq and Lebanon Si the Assembly Israeli ForJm Minister Moshe Sharett was a, overcome with emotion that when he began addressing the Assembly he could hardly raise ris voice above a whisper nativity at the Assembly when the membership application was approved was almost as great as hen the Assembly voted for partition in November of 1947 The Arab tactics were the same • They just took a walk but not with the same spirit of ( %  ejection as when they heard the results of the partition vote Ironicallv enough Israel's first official position coincided with the Arab stand on the Libyan question ... U Israel's vote against Franco should prove deciding in the Assembly an historic Jewish grievance against the Spain of the Inquisition will have found not onlv vocal but practical expression ... It is a certainty that Israel will not let itself become involved in the East-West struggle ...Neutrality will be the theme song of its diplomats Nor will it involve itself in commit.T.ents with regard to the projected Mediterranean alliance Israel's admission to the U.N. was a personal defeat for Ernest Bevin who worked earnestly and feverishly during his recent visit to foe U. S. to have the application Jelved until September ... He id many willing ears in Washington His plans were warted by Truman himself who personally briefed a top-level State Department official on American policy on Israel's memMrship application. Chess Games At Lausanne The Arabs it seems are not yet ready to sit down at the round table with an eye to permanent P*ace The Lausanne conference appears deadlocked as a result of repetitious Arab tactics In fact there are rumors the Arab states threatened to withdraw from the conference nor machinations would seem to indicate .strong support from •itnout ... it i s now weeks since israel agreed in principle to international control of the holy Wes • King Abdullah, who ontrols the old city of Jerusalem, "as remained strangely silent but we anxious voices who prodded !^lon the -holy places" haven't (Dim r'10 S. W. 12th AV. MIAMI-, LW, 3343U YOUR JEWISH NNERAL HOME'' In/or. %  0f "O*UY KMKSENT KMAJOtrTVtfNNTiaH *W1SH FUNUAL MNES \i ""INC MIAMI BEACN I MIAMI .Exclusively Jewish JOS. L. PLUMMER Funeral Director _+J*lttithrlftouj Married members of the Israeli parliament get a special stipend '" a wfc£ l j? eir re ular "alar* w,.'„ u L n J th e fl,sl P y y envelopes ruffled U. royal diRnity in ^ SeVhad^n^MSSS ** liuiuuuuma Off the Record ————B— PAGE SEVEN least ... Let there be no illusion —if the Lausanne conference doesn't resolve the Arab refugee problem and the Jerusalem issue there will be tense moments at the next session of the General Assembly It would be folly infer that the delegates who to backed Israel's admission to the United Nations will back her on the refugee problem The political chess board at Lausanne is still too crowded with pieces to permit conjecture on the result of the game They A Lesion From the Irish The American Council for Judaism has asked the American press to refrain from using the word Jew when raeli citizens Although it is doubtful the Council can learn anything it would be well for those gentlemen to digest a story about an Irishman and a Jew .". Chief Rabbi Herzog of Israel recently addressed the Ancient Order of Hibernians in Elizabeth. N. J. Dr. Herzog has been chief rabbi of Ireland before settling in Palestine and he is a master of Gaelic ... On opening his shortchanged contended they were entitled 0 stipends for each of the wives they were blessed with Polygamy is a common practice among the Arabs, particularly among those who can afford it %  It is also current among Sepnardic and Yemenite Jews since tne edict issued against multiple spouses by Rabbi Gershom some 1000 years ago did not apply to Jews residing in Palestine • • Plurality of wives was not banned either under Mosaic or Talmudic law At any rate the practitioners of multiple wivery seemed to have a good case • • For weeks the authorities ed with handling the puzzle were puzzled what to do finally, after a series of huddles, describing Isconferences and pilpulistic debate they extricated themselves from the web by ruling that one wife was a necessity but that multiple wivery was a luxury beyond the reach of Israel at this time. Dr. Feinberg Announces Removal Of Offices Dr. Herbert Feinberg, chiropodist, announces the removal of his I. d, ^j}f r efer red to # his listeners offices from 311 Lincoln Road to 605 Lincoln Road, Suite No. 619. as former compatriots Whereupon the chairman of the meeting interrupted him with the remark: '-Rabbi, I just wish to remind you that once an Irishman always an Irishman" Polygamy A Luxury Dr. Fienberg, who is on the staff of the Jewish Home for the Aged, is president of the Florida Podiatry Association and past president of the Dade County Chiropody Society. llv.uli llli Lodge Ham*** To Honor 77 Xew McmkWrs A show night and dance honoring 77 new members in the Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai B'rith will be held tomorrow night at 9 o'clock at the Delano Hotel, it has been announced by President David R. Isen. Chairman Sol Goldstrom will be assisted by Herbert A. Markow and William Wagner. Feature of the evening will be a give-away game in which the participants will receive suitable mementos of the evening. Tickets are $1 per person and may be secured at the door, it is announced by Mr. Goldstrom. The public is invited. The new members were inducted into the order in ceremonies at the Miami Beach Jewish Center Wednesday evening. A capacity audience heard Edward Grusd, editor of the National Jewish Monthly Magazine, the official B'nai B'rith publication, describe the effects of the establishment of the republic of Israel on the Jews of the world, i The degree team was headed by Siegfried Giesmar and the program was under the direction of Godfrey K. Newman. Cantor To Attend Meet Cantor Samuel Kelemer of Temple Beth Sholom will leave for New York City to attend the Institute on Jewish Liturgical Music to be conducted by the Hebrew Union School of Education and Sacred Music. 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%  5WH tewislhJEIloinidliiayn Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY S. Will Oppose Plans For Increasing aeli Territory, State Department Says .__— ,f*T /TTAN i A COTY\V\1TT n -, % % &f 11 I. ... —,..u..:. PRICE TEN CENTS WASHINGTON. f having to debate placed persons who about disare Jews," le said. "The heroic people of 1 have thoroughly taken care of that." Specific replies to Rep. Gossett's attacks on Jewish DP's were made by Reps. James G. which F u ton f Pennsylvania, Kenneth B. Keating of New York and Frai k L. Chelf of Kentucky, all of whom had visited Jewish DP camps. They denied his charges that the Jews in the camps are munists. Among the provisions of the bill is one advancing the "cut-off provide for the Volksdeutsche ex_ „„ ,_,_ T pelled from Polar.d and Czecho-| date from Dec 22 1945 to Jan Slovakia and for the Arab refu1. 1949. The legislation, which gees from Palestine. He suggested I was drafted by a Judiciary Comthat the DP's be sent for resettle-Jn. itte subcommittee, headed by ment to Kenya, in Central Africa.' „_ F_„„ 0 I nnU „ &f Wo „, Gossett was supported by Reps. Semitic." The measure, was pas-ed by a voice vote, now goes to the Senate. The vote followed a lengthy and heated debate in the House during which opponents of the measure, led by Rep. Ed Gossett of Texas, made anti-Semitic assertions. Gossett also asked what measures were being taken to Frank Fellows of Maine and Kar Stefan of Nebraska, both of whom spoke about the plight of the Volksdeutsche and against Jewish refugees. Rep. Jacob K. Javits of New York asserted that Israel has taken more than its share of DP's—about three times as many as the total number so far brought to the United States under the DP Act of 1948. "It is a source of deep gratification to me at this time that there is no necessity Rep. Emanuel Celler of New York, also abolished special priorities for Baits and agricultural workers, which were major bottlenecks of the old law. It provides for the entrance of 18,000 former members of Gen. Wladislaw Anders Second Polish Corps. 4.000 Shanghai refugees and 2,000 DP orphans. However, the bill makes no changes in the requirements that a DP be guarinteed a job ar.d a home bel dmitted. irk, Burbridge, Richard, Powell, Roth Win Beach Council Seats; Bond Issue Approved By Big Margin Councilman Hnrolrl Turk rnlfo! un a rAcrrd-hrfnkmri total immediately made a motion that concentrated his efforts in going people of Miami Beach an: Councilman Harold Turk rolled up a record-breaking total k, C\8 votes to lead the field of five successful candidates in Bm3each's municipal election Tuesday. following him as top five men in the field of 22 entrants -I Councilman William Burbridge, m Ijfelvm J. Richard, 5,409 Councilman D. Lee Powell, J^-nett Roth, 4,523. [Selection of a new mayor for BU Beach was postponed un"My, as the five successful %  candidates for councilmanic seats were sworn into office at a brief session at City Hall Wednesday evening. The three successful incumbents and the two winning candidates were sworn into office Powell made a motion that the meeting be recessed until 10 a.m. Friday. Turk will probably be named mayor Friday when the council meets for its first business session. The high man in a Beach city council election is usually honored with the mayor's position. Defeated in his bid for re-election was Councilman Herbert A. Frink, one of the storm centers by City Clerk C W. Tomlinson o f the campa igning, who was and Councilman D. Lee Powell nosed ou by Roth and by Harry Zukernick, who finished sixth. Zukernick tallied 3.911 votes, while Frink's seventh-place total was 3.895. Turk, Burbridge and Richard will receive four-year terms, while Powell and Roth qualify for two years. Holdover members of the council are Marcie Liberman and Dr. Maurice Klein. In the council race, a total of 12.216 votes were cast out of a total of 18,151 registered voters, a record. Proposed $650,000 bond issue to finance storm sewers and another 'for $831,000 to pay for a new white way lighting system were overwhelmingly approved—with a sufficient number of freeholders voting to make the approval legal. Other vote tallies in the race were Cohn. 96; Courshon. 3.036: Gold. 982: Golub. 140; Kaplan. 1 330; Kout, 1076; Norton, 582: Quinn. 308: Rahn. 97; Rathrr.an. 514: Shafkin. 755; Teaney, 198: Thurston, 47; Wescourt, 609: Woolfe. 2.130. Turk, seeking re-election after onlv one year in office, broke a previous record held by Mayor Marcie Liberman when he tallied 5 718 votes to lead the field in the balloting. The popular attornev won a two-year term in 1947 but spent a year in extended litigation to prove his right to the position. Turk thanked his followers and .workers saving: "I am convinced I that mv election proves the people 6f Miami Beach are interested in sound, well-planned city government. I repledge my efforts to work with the other counc.lmen toward making this a better city for us and for our l^r'whose candidacy was backed by the Miami Beach Tenants league, was something of a lS ^ P tSnkShi S f onowei,Couri M f Lwi„ a I am proud that not one worker to help the tenants. Following n v i wmp W3S paid ... council meeting Wednesday, he Councilrnan William Burbridge. reported that he had hoped to wn o was successful in his sev. get council in a general meeting I re-election campaign, said "It is with apartment house owners, gratifying to know that I business and civic leaders to disso many friends and fol cuss the "recent exodus of a As long as I have been in o: hundred families from the city I have worked to make tl because of rent decontrol." better city and I promise to c nRichard, a newcomer to city "nue my el council, has been an outspoken foe of the local gambling syndicate and the incumbent administration. He issued a statement in which he thanked supporters ar.d reaffirmed the fact that he will war on the gambling syndicate, which has been one of his campaign targets. Richard said. "I feel humble. I appreciate the support of the a city councilman.'' Councilman D. L. reelected for a two-year term, expressed thanks to his folio.' ar.d said, ,I am especially grateful to the many people who wo. to make my re-election possible. I was re-elected by the people of Miami Beach, and I pledge my continued efforts to the peopl" prove worthy of the trust they rave in me.'' Harold Turk



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PAGE SIX +M*lstncrkllari FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1949 Round Table Discussion To Highlight Sholem Lodge Meeting Tuesday Night strengthening and advancing democratic understanding among all groups. Sholem Lodge will also salute Father's Day. President John Kronenfeld, who headed a deleg1 ation to the 5th District Grand Lodge B'nai B'rith Convention held in Savannah. Ga.. will report on the proceedings of the convention. I i-o|i ;il Lodg< k to Hold Swim Danco Tropical Lodge of B'nai B'rith will sponsor its third annual water carnival and swim dar.ee tomorrow night at the Hyde Park Hotel. The affair, previously scheduled for last Saturday night, was postponed because of inclement weather conditions. Highlight of the evening will be a colorful water show. Dance interpretations of Maria Diaz will also be featured. Facilities of the pool, including cabanas and towels, will be available at 7:30 p.m. Dancing to Rickey Carmen's orchestra is scheduled for 9. All tickets purchased' for last week's affair will be honored. Contributions are $1.25 per person and all proceeds will go to community service and charity. A challengir.o round table discussion on "How to Build Good Human Relations in Our Community" will highlight the monthly meeting of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, to be held Tuesday at 8:15 p.m. at Temple Israel. Unique in panel discussions, the forum will present four experts to discuss the role of various local institutions in combatting bigotry and advancing harmonious group relations. Participants will be Dr. Gordon W. Lovejoy, chairman of the department of human relations of the University of Miami, who will discuss the role of educational institutions in building good human relations; the Rev. Paul N. Jewett, St. John's By-the-Lake Methodist Church, Miami Beach, to present the role of the clergy: Abe Aronovitz, attorney and civic leader, wno will outii'.e the role of legal and legislative action: and Victor Badger, editorial writer for the Miami Daily News, who will present the role of the press in carrying out the theme of the discussion. Moderator will be Frank Jaffe, program chairman of Sholem Lodge. First hand reports of current trends in local group relations, which will form the core of the round table discussion, will be presented by Burnett Roth. ADL chairman of Sholem Lodge and newly elected councilman of Miami Beach, and Gilbert J. Balkin, Florida Regional director, Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. This will be Councilman Roth's first public appearance since his election. Jaffe has announced that audience participation in the discussion will be invited. Stress will be placed, he added, on the part which should be played by every B'nai B'rith member and all persons in the community in Judith Wolperl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Wolpert, 1776 S.W. 16th Ave.. received a BA from Wellesley College this week at the 71st annual commencement exercises. Judith, who is an English major, was elected to Phi Beta Kappa and was named a Durant scholar for highest academic distinction. She has been chief jusice of th'e student government, officer of her class and a staff member of the Wellesley College News. Ifac*<*alaur< k atp SorviVos For Jewish High School Graduate* Sol For .Sun. For the first time in the history of Greater Miami, special baccalaureate services for the Jewish graduates of the senior high schools in this area will be held. Services will be held Sunday at 7:30 p.m. at Beth David Synagogue. Several hundred graduates will march in the processional. Rabbis Hebrew A<*adVmy To Hold Closing l-\iM*is*s Thursdav Afternoon With the cooperation of the Parent-Teacher Association and the Ladies League, closing day exercises of the Hebrew Academy will be held Thursday afternoon, at 1:30 p.m. at the school auditorium, Jefferson Ave. and 6th St.. Miami Beach. The ceremonies will feature the combined chorus of the Hebrew and English departments, which is under the direction of Edna Sachs and Joshua Schreibman. An original dramatic presentation on the theme "What Is the Academy." which has been prepared by members of the faculty, will be "presented. Prizes and awards in scholarship, good citizenship and sports will be given to the outstanding students of the school. Participating in the distribution of these awards will be: Mr. and Mrs. David Andron, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Borris. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Goldberg, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Grundwerg, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Lobel, Mr. and Mrs. Kolman Lurie, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Reinhard, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Satin, Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Silverstein, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Stone. The local rabbis, as well as the presidents and directors of the congregations of Greater Miami, have been invited to participate in the ceremonies. Sol L. Sugaiman, principal of the academy, will serve as chairman. Jacob H. Kaplan and Max Shapiro will officiate and Cantor Maurice Mamches will chant the liturgical numbers and Margaret Chasan will play the organ. Rabbi Shapiro will preach the baccalaureate sermon and Rabbi Kaplan will bring greetings to the graduates and bless them. A reception will follow in the auditorium. AUTO LOCK & HARDWARE 1304 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 9-3144 Sales and Service AUTO LOCKS SPEEDOMETERS WINDSHIELD WIPERS AUTO GLASS & PARTS SUN VISORS SPOT LIGHTS J. A. NILON J. P. NILON Essen Construction Co. 2052 N.W. 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•"IV PAGE FOURTEEN +JenisHFfrridrfof7 FRIDAY, JUNE 10 LIVES OF OUR TIMES ISRAELI CHIEF JUSTKLJMQIEA. J w i M il k, NORMAN and SOI NODfi '"'by MARC RUTNFP "THE FIRST CHIEF JUSTICE of TH£ SUPREME C0URT0F THf STATE OF ISRAEL. IS *8& SCION Of AN OLD HASSIDIC FAMILY, HE WAS BORN IN GERMANY WHIM HE RECEIVED AN INTENSIVE LEGAL TRAINING AT SEVERAL LEADING UNIVERSITIES. WHEN THE FIRST WORLD WAR BEGAN HI WAS CONSCRIPTED AND SAW ACTIVE MILITARY SERVICE WITH THE GERMAN ARMY. ^SSPk" SOON AFTER THE WAR ENDED.HE WFNT TO JERUSALEM TO ESTABLISH PERMANENT RESIDENCE |!E WAS DETERMINED TO CONI TE HIS LEGAL TALENTS TO ".ECr THE SMALL JEWISH •, T IN PALESTINE. GRADUALLY THE YISHUV BEGAN TO BE AWARE Of HIS BRILLIANT LEGAL ABILITIES. WITHIN SHORT TIME HE BECAME LEGAL ADVISOR TO THE HISTADRUT AND ALSO CONDUCTED LECTURES FOR LAW STUDENTS M FOR TIN YEARS HE WAS CHAIRMAN OF THE LAWYERS ASSOCIATION Of PALESTINE AND SMIO AS irs SPOKESMAN BEFORE THE Kii COMMISSION INVESTIGATING CON:IT!ONS IN PALESTINE IN 1936. HE WAS NAMED CHAIRMAN OF THE COURT OF HONOR OF THE WORLD ZION 1ST CONGRESS AT THE AGE 0F49.HE HAS PUBLISHED SEVERAL IMPORTANT LEGAL WORKS. w H ,-->. HE IS DEVOTED TO MUSIC AND OWNS A LARGE COLLECTION OF RECORDS. HE ALSO PATRONIZES THE THEATRE AND MOVIES. WHF.J ISRAEL WAS PROCLAIMED.THERE WAS ONE MAN WHO COULD BE CHOSEN FOR THE POST OF CHIEF JUSTICE. CO'VIUOMT (Ml • it*** TtuC*) **•-)•€ AdtMtV Kaplans Establish Camp Scholarship Mr. and Mrs. Hyman S. Kaplan of Miami Beach, have made available to the Greater Miami Zionist Youth Commission a scholarship for a Senior Judaean from this area to attend Tel Yehudah, Mrs. Alfred Mamlet, chairman 01 the Zionist Youth Commission, has announced. Tel Yehudah is a camp project sponsored by National Young Judaea and is an attempt to express the four-fold Young Judaea program through daily living in a democratic community of Jewish young people. It is the objective of the camp to present to the campers through meaningful experience an understanding of contemporary Jewish life, which will predispose them toward giving service to the Jewish people through the Young Judaea program in their local communities. Our Film Folk Yiddish Theatre On the Air W1NZ (940 on Your Dial) EVERY SUNDAY 12:00 Noon to 1:30 P. M. EVERY TUESDAY 6:00 to 7:00 P. M. Yiddish Classical Hour EVERY SUNDAY A Variety of Stars in the Latest Recordings Available CLASSICAL—LITURGICAL AND FOLK MUSIC Listen to our New Feature Yiddish Theatre On the Air M. Nasatir, Program Director Soon after his final NBC radio show of the season, Eddie Cantor tells me he'll be aboard ship bound for a vacation in Israel. He will be accompanied by his wife, Ida. The comedian will be the guest of honor at a number of state functions at which Israeli leaders will express appreciation for his untiring efforts in behalf of the newly-founded nation. Eddie, by the way. has just returned from a triumphant tour through the midwest that rolled up many thousands of dollars for the United Jewish Appeal and other charities and in which he sparked many civic projects. He was cited by a half dozen organizations and entertained in service hospitals whenever he could find a spare hour or two. During his vacation he'll also entertain the Berlin Airlift and other Army and Navy service units abroad. Columbia Pictures president Harry Cohen estimates that his company's $15,000 investment in Rodgers and Hammerstein's musical hit "Oklahoma!" is worth about $750,000 eventually, or at least that's his estimate. The fifteen thousand bought eleven percent of "Oklahoma," and the manifold profits from multiple companies around the globe give rise to this estimate. Three important Israeli officials were visitors at Paramount studio recently. 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High points of their visit were chats with Bing Crosbv and Producer-Director Cecil B De Millc They specifically asked to meet Bing and, on the set of Frank Capra's "Hiding High," in which he is starring, told him that he is one of the most popular personalities in Israel. Crosby was delighted with this news. De Mille gave them a verbal account of his new film "Samson and Delilah." the Biblical epic starring the very beautiful Hady Lamarr. A picture highly recommended by this* columnist and one which you should make an effort to see when it is released shortly is "Prejudice," an independent movie produced in Hollywood under the auspices of the Protestant Film Commission. It is a drama of everyday family, neighborhood and business relationships and illustrates how man's fear of insecurity engenders racial and religious intolerance. The story is of a promising small-to,vn business executive who honestly believes himself without prejudice, and a self-deception is exposed when his livelihood is threatened by a fellow worker who rupptns to be a Jew. Although there is nothing exceptional in the direction oi acting of this little drama dealing with the subject of racial prejudices, it is a sincere effort to present the subject unemotionally. It shows how easy it is to be "liberal" in our attitudes until our jobs, our security, are threatened; then it is we who become victims to our doubts and fears MioU-in Lodge To Sponsor lic*nic The annual Father's Day picnic of Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith will be held Sunday, June 19, starting at 11 am. at Matheson Hammock, John Kronenfeld, president, has announced. A full afternoon of games and sports contests for the entire family has been arranged by Perry Botwin and Sam Me.^ser with prizes to the winners and consolation prizes to all participants. Members and guests arc asked to bring their own picnic baskets and Sholem Lodge will provide ice cold drinks free of charge. Palm Beach Temple He Confirmation Exercises Confirmation exercises werl held on Shavuos at Temple Betl El in West Palm Beach. CoiJ firmands were Rita Jean Mosi Marian Patricia Feit, Doris Mosl Baillie Greenstein and Dorothj Moskowitz. Frank V. Bayer, congregstici president, and Mrs. Ruth Good mark presented gifts to thf young people. Rabbi Manuel Greenstein a.\i Cantor Leonard Wallace officw ated. ^GCST cr'os. RY? J* is the at r/ \. 'Everybody enjoys 6AU.ANT1NE ALE i&) BEER "Better buy the case %M # ft & P. Ballantine 4 Sona. Newark, N. J Distributed by STATE BEVERAGE DISTRIBUTORS OF MIAMI, INC. SAM BLANK, Pres. Phone 88-3431 Top Price Paid for MEN'S USED CLOTHING AL'S 432 N. MIAMI AVE. 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