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The Jewish Floridian ( June 17, 1949 )

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N^yEloiriidliiQun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY m 22—NUMBER 24 ge | Protests To Security Council ginst British Plan to Arm Arabs re SUCCESS. (JTA)— Aurban head of the Israeli JJto the United Nations, Sl k submitted a protest to Tcecuritv Council against Jounced intention of the sovernment to sell arms ^munition to Arab states the fact that the U.N. "embargo for the Middle i has not been lifted. -pressing the gratification of .Israeli delegation with the iihat "this intention has in no r been endorsed or supported .acting U.N. mediator or by other organ or representai of the United Nations," the lorandum presented the folBgobservations of the Israeli urnent: Bv virtue or ifs predecessor's tions on the Palestine iuesthe Security Council has .jaken special responsibilitor the maintenance of peace ourity in the Middle East. responsibilities have on | occasions specifically af| the question of arms supthe light of these facts Article 103 of the Charter my nent cannot believe that dividual member of the SeCouncil possesses a uni1 right to modify and estab\ United Nations Dolicy. The Arab states, to which I renewal of arms supplies is : contemplated, have so fir to comply with the basic tiple of the General Assemresolution of December 11 i calls upon the governments lerned to seek agreement by liations conducted either e Conciliation Commission Wy with a view to the IJtlement of all questions rtng between them.' Dejthis dear injunction the Isates have so far not agreed Ito meet the delegation of under the commission's %  In the and THE JEWISH WEEKLY ^E£^AT : RBATSI7. 1949 PRICE TEN CENTS against not to renew hostilities Israel The invasion and waVf !" aunched by Arab states in an attempt to destroy Israel last year min e n0t con d cte d with aramaments supplied specifically for that purpose: my government hopes that the need for dn-u and unprejudiced negotiations be^een Israel and the Arab states Z !" f re arded ^ a" other governments as a compelling reLoi for objectivity and restraint •• Cour, of Appeals this week upntld a restrictive covenant barring the sale of land at a Lake to^E^ 1 !" reso near he decision, by Canadian Justice Kciller Mackay, was utilized by the United States Attorney General in obtaining a decision to Jews or Negroes. Attorneys f !" m the U. S. Supreme Court deWKI1 *J!. ppcl i. ants -Mrs. Annie | clann that restrictive real estateNoble, Wolf, the th seller, and Bernard I covenants are unenforceable ] ththcv witf^eXlS^f thU C3Se Justice Mackay's princthe Supreme Court of Canada I'i 116 W3S reVerSed by a P !" vincial The first decision in lV4rcomVete C rupf the right of the owner of held such property to sell to a Jew. White House Denies Truman Is Pressing Israel To Admit Arab Refugees %'s six months which d since the General resolution none of made a declaration of ?W to establish relations ._!*" !" "L My govern"ifflcerely hopes that this at1^1 S00n chan e and that l*Jisior of agreements in with Paragraph 5 of '"•esaid resolution of the I Assembly w ,n become a %  o bjective of Arab policy ?rVuV V u h lhe terms E %  „f h Ch C J eaiI v defir, <* X of k member states toM 6r h ntU SUch Con ar! iJ; ^ ever lt wil1 mnlLf poss,ble to regard g of arms to Arab states es W r f h ff e P e Urposes 1 in K ,i f thc Security the M.ddle East. ^^'nment is deeply as Ml ln L SUc h circum' armf c Xho P ,omis e of may be a blow to the *cle to Ce ,vf nd a gratu 'Wannn t. n, t he su ess of '5^f at a P^uliar*** this view, my govianT 1 ^ in uenced by fjnees that the dispatch \Z S lnter 'de d to asinr nmt n,s t0 m ain"wrnal security, and < WASHINGTON, (JTA) The White House denied this week to the Jewish Telegraphic Agencv reports emanating from Lausanne that President Truman had written a letter to the Israeli government asking for th e admission of a substantial number of Arab refugees to the Jewish state. A White House spokesman emphasized that the problem was being handled through regular diplomatic channels. It became clear here that the new U.S. policy of insisting that Israel absorb large numbers of Arab refugees has so far been formulated without, the participation of President Truman. At the same time it was not clear to what extent the President had been advised of the shift in State Department tactics, or whether he approved of this shift. Details of requests presented by U.S. diplomatic representatives to the government of Israel for the readmission of Arab refugees were learned here this week. It was indicated that the State Department agrees that all the Arab refugees cannot be admitted into Israel. However, a tentative American conclusion is that perhaps 200,000 of them might eventually be returned to the Jewish state and the rest absorbed in neighboring countries. The requests presented by the U.S. diplomats to Israel, it was reported here, were made "in firm language" by U.S. Ambassador James G. McDonald in Tel Aviv, as well as by Mark Ethridge, the American representative on the U.S. Palestine Conciliation Commission who is leaving his post within a few days. Mayor Requests Israeli Consulate For Miami Area Mayor Robert L. Floyd has requested an Israeli consulate for i Miami. Mayor Floyd announced that i he has written to Eliahu Elath. I Israeli ambassador to the United States, asking that a consulate be established here. "In view of the large element of Jewish people in Greater Miami," the mayor said he belived that there would be a great demand for consular service here in the near future. Because of the keen interest in Israel manifest in this area, Mayor Floyd predicted heavy travel between Miami and the young nation. reported to have emThey are phasized: 1. That Israel has not lived up to the resolution of the U.N. General Assembly calling for the repatriation of the refugees as soon as practicable. 2. That sympathetic action by Israel is needed now to break the stalemate in the U.N.-sponsored Arab-Israeli peace talks at Lausanne. 3. That Israel's refusal to admit a reasonable number of Arab refugees constitutes a stumbling block to a general settlement in the Middle East and is also hampering the Israeli-Syrian armistice talks. It is understood that the U.S. government has suggested that the best start for Israel to make in the direction of repatriation of Arab refugees would be to reunite Arabs who fled Palestine with their families who remained behind. Israeli officials, it is learned, reiterated that the refugee question cannot be discussed except as a part of the final peace settlement. Supreme Court Justice, from whose decision the current appeal was carried. In a written statement in behalf of the five-man court, which handed down a unanimous decision, Appellate Chief Justice Robertson rejected the arguments of the appellants that the covenant violated Canadian public policy. "To magnify this innocent and modest effort to establish and maintain a place suitable for a pleasant summer residence into an enterprise that offends against some public policy requires a stronger imagination than I possess," Justice Robertson declared. He added: "There is nothing criminal or immoral involved; the public interest is in no way concerned." Rabbi Abraham Feinberg, chairman of the joint public relations committee of the Canadian Jewish Congress, central region, and the B'nai B'rith, commenting on the decision, which he termed as "shocking," stated: "The Court of Appeals excluded the principle of public policy from the restrictive covenant issue, and thus ignored a unique opportunity to affirm the spiritual oneness of Canada. I am convinced that public opinion takes a broader view than the learned judges." Social Workers Meet CLEVELAND, (JTA)—Current trends in Jewish community life were discussed at the 50th annual meeting of the National Conference of Jewish Social Workers attended by more than 700 delegates from all parts of the country. Addressing the general session, Mr. Levine emphasized that the experience and knowledge accumulated by the more than 2,500 experts engaged in Jewish social work in this country could be utilized toward constructive ends in manv facets of Jewish communal life. "No other professional group has access to, and experience with, a comparable wealth of material about human beings and human needs," he said. U.N. Mediator Did Not OK Arms Shipment LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA) — A spokesman for Dr. Ralph J. Bunche, United Nations acting mediator for Palestine, made it clear this week that Dr. Bunche had not given authorization for shipment of small arms by Britain to certain Arab states. He disclosed that Sir Alexander Caciogan, chief of the British mission at the U.N., recently visited Dr. Bunche and informed him of Britain's plan to send small arms to the Middle East, although thc United Nations embargo on Palestine arms shipment is still in force. Dr. Bunche, according to his spokesman, informed Cadogan that the U.N. Security Council's provisions with reference to arms shipments were clear-cut and only the Council was in a position to pass judgment on the British decision. Mrs. Welt To Head World Jewish Group Mrs. Joseph M. Welt, of Detroit, president of the National Council of Jewish Women, was elected president of the International Council of Jewish Women, which held a four-day meeting in Paris, France, recently. Mrs. Welt represented her organization at the meeting of the International Council of Jewish Women, which was attended by representatives of Jewish women's organizations in Australia, South Africa, Greece, Switzerland, Italy, Great Britain and Canada, as well as the United States. The international organization, established in Rome in 1912, has been inactive since 1929 because of world conditions. At the meeting delegates unanimously voted to re-establish the organization to "unite the efforts of Jewish women in all nations in behalf of the urgent needs of their own country and world Jewry." Mrs. Edgar Menderson, of Cincinnati, national board member of the National Council of Jewish Women and chairman of its committee to reactivate the world organization, was elected a national vice president of the International Council of Jewish Women. Mrs. Elsie Elfenbein, of Jersey City, N. J., executive director of the National Council of Jewish Women, was elected secretarytreasurer by the delegates in Paris. She and Mrs. Welt were the delegates from the National Council of Jewish Women. The officers of the international organization will serve threeyear terms of office. The sessions of the four-day meeting wore held at the home for unattached Jewish women which the National Council of Jewish Women maintains in Paris as part of Its Overseas Service Program. DP Camp Converted MINICH, (JTA)—The NeuFreimann DP camp near here was this week formally dedicated and turned over to Jewish officials as a processing center for DP immigrants from various parts of Europe who are en route to Israel. The camp was named in honor of Col. David Marcus, American Jewish war hero who died near Jerusalem a year ago during the war. The first 500 DP's departed from the center for Israel this week, shortly after the completion of the formal ceremonies. Beth David Lays Cornerstone Sunday The cornerstone of the Beth David Synagogue now being constructed at S.W. 3rd Ave., between 26th and 27th Roads, will ceremonies Sunday ""'<' Talks Endangered By ^ %  IMion Off Arms Shipments Britain's n h' n i o f the arms em'v inwf ab .? tates would DPI, tlc with the 'fciRTh talk tkraeli ^doutfe thls week aereoT lhat Slnce only Arab S/ 0 ^ of the ^ a viol, Pments would >>icU h tlon of the Sei of ar an against the **&;,.? e ,ther side 1 small shiparms „ ••!#uiving meuiuiur to some Arab been consulted. states did not constitute a lifting, of the Palestine arms embargo imposed after war broke out a year ago. Only small arms wouid be sent to some of the Arab states for internal security purposes, they declared. These d liveries would not in any way affect the military balance in the Middle East, they said. The officials compared these shipments to the recent delivery of arms to Syria by France and said that, as in that case, Dr. Ralph J. Bunche, United Natidns acting mediator for Palestine, had Judge George E. Holt afternoon between 4 and 5 p.m., according to Rabbi Max Shapiro, spiritual leader of the congregation. This event will mark the third significant phase in what the synagogue officers have termed •Beth David's March of Progress." The first was the hallowing of the ground, the second, the breaking of the ground and now the third "and most impressive of 'all. the laying of the cornerstone." Participating in the program will be many noted dignitaries including the Hon. Robert L. Floyd, mayor of Miami; Reverend W. C. Wahl, president of the Greater Miami Ministerial Association; Father John H. McAtee, pastor of Gesu Church; Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan, president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association; Rabbi Simon April, Miami Hebrew School and Congregation; Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, Beth Jacob; Rabbi Max Shapiro, Beth David Congregation. Principal address will be given by Judge George E. Holt of Miami, who has just returned from a visit to Israel Jacob Sher will act as chairJacob Rabbi Shapiro man for the event. An invitation is extended to all Miami Jewry to attend these services. Anti-Discrimination Ordinance Passed ByMiami Beach Council At Wednesday's meeting the Miami Beach city council passed on third reading an ordinance prohibiting the use of signs which discriminate against race, creed, religion or denomination in Miami Beach. %  % %  %  ; i i: %  • f i '•• •;< %  &f ; ; • : .; | I 'I i ;; .. I i



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PAGE TWO *Je*lsl>ncridlk*ri FRIDAY, JUNE 17. 1940 Guests May Inspect Brandeis Institutes For the first time in the history of Brandeis Camp Institutes, the Zionist youth leadership training camps, which are located in Santa Susana, Cal., Winterdale, Pa., and Hendersonville, N. C, guests will be invited to visit the premises. This is the first year of activities for the camp at Hendersonville which will be open for inspection by invited guests beginning the second week in July and August. Alfred Stone, president of the Miami Beach Zionist District, has announced that arrangements for this visit are being made by S. A. Goodman, chairman of Brandeis Camp for the district. On August 28 the students of B.C.I, will present a pageant. Guests will observe the program of B.C.I., which consists of study, work and recreation. Included in the curriculum are courses on Jewish life and problems on the American scene: problems facing world Jewry; history, theory and practice of Zionism; achievements and problems of Israel and principles of group work. Two hours daily are devoted to group singing and folk dancing and there are lectures, discussions and seminars as well as workshops for groups in arts and crafts, leadership techniques and programming. Evenings are devoted to a social program, including singing, dancing, dramatics, campfire, etc. The program is planned by the campers themselves, with the assistance of the professional staff. In addition to the systematic courses which will bo conducted by a permanent staff of competent instructors, the institute will have a number of visiting lecturers, each outstanding in his field, who will discuss .special subjects of interest. Each institute has a well-equipped reference library. The camp chairman requests that all persons interested in observing camp activities call him at the Zionist office, 58-4643. Harry A. Cornblum Harry A. Cornblum, Beach Leader, Dies Harry A. Cornblum, 58, Miami Beach Jewish leader, died in a Miami Beach hospital Thursday, June 9 following a long illness. A native of Russia, Mr. Cornblum was brought to this country at the age of two. He came to Miami from Cleveland, Ohio, where he was a clothing manufacturer. He maintained a summer home in that city at the time of his death. A former vice president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and a director of the Miami Beach Zionist District, he was president of Temple Beth Sholom in 1945 and was active in B'nai B'rith and other Jewish organizations. Mr. Cornblum is survived by his wife, Leah, and a 14-year-old daughter, Maxine. Services were held at Temple Beth Sholom with Rabbi Leon Kronish officiating. Riverside Memorial Chapel in Miami Beach handled arrangements and interment was in Mt. Nebo. Louis Heiman, Milton Friedman Named To National B'nai B'rith Offices spearheaded the campaign to purchase, remodel and furnish the Hillel House at the University of Miami. Two Miami attorneys have been elected to national B'nai B'rith offices at the recent district convention in Savannah, Ga., it has been announced by E. Albert Pallor, president of the Greater Miami B'nai B'rith Council. Louis Heiman, a past president of District Grand Lodge No. 5, was elected to serve a three year term with the National Hillel Commission and Milton A. Friedman, a past State Federation president, was named to serve for a three year period with the National B'nai B'rith Youth Com{ mission. The Hillel Commission acts as the governing body for 193 Hillel Foundations on college campuses in the United States and Canada, sponsoring a cultural, religious, and social program among Jewish college students. Heiman has served as the first president of the Miami Hillel Advisory Council and INVESTMENT ADVISER Discretionary Accounts Handled Only Stocks and Bonds listed in the New York Stock Exchange. Original Investment Guaranteed Against Market Loss— (Surety Company Policy). NATHAN ABRAHAM P.O. Box 1922 Miami 11. Fla. Friedman is a past president of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith of Miami and is one of the organizers of Hillel Foundations at the University of Florida in Gainesville at the University of Miami. Other appointments of local B'nai B'rith leaders at the recent convention included the appointment of E. Albert Pallot and George J. Talianoff to serve as delegates to the Supreme Lodge Convention in 1950. Pallot will continue to serve as District No. 5 representative on the National Veterans Committee. Dropsie Honors Barkley, Elath PHILADELPHIA, (JTA)—Vice President Alben W. Barkley and Israeli Ambassador Elishu Elath received honorary degress last week at the commencement exercises of Dropsie College for Hebrew and Cognate Learning. Vice President Barkley received the degree of Doctor of Humane Letters and Ambassador Elath the degree of Doctor of Laws. Degrees were also conferred upon four graduates of the 1949 class. Kaplan To Head Beach Jayeeew A. J. Kaplan was named president of the Miami Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce Monday night. He succeeds Marvin Kimmel. Kaplan and William Wittan, new vice president, will take office July 1. Also elected were seven directors: Edward Newman. Dr. Stanley Coltune, Sidney Davidson, Herbert Cohen, Irving Lerner, Jack Gold and Milton Hornstein. Under the organization's bylaws Kimmel automatically becomes a director. The board of directors names a secretary, a treasurer and an historian, who will become ex officio directors. Beach Center School Summer Session Will Open Monday, June 20 The Miami Beach Jewish Center announces the opening of the summer session of its Daily Religious School, 1415 Euclid Ave., on Monday, June 20. The session will continue until September 1. Classes will be held daily from 10 a.m. to 12 noon. Students registered for the summer session will also have the opportunity to take part in the extra-curricula activities— dramatics, arts and crafts, singing and dancing, and athletics—offered by the Center Religious Schools. Cub Pack 65 will meet during the entire summer. Miami Hebrew School To Hold Fathers-Sons Fete A fathers and sons breakfast will be sponsored by the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation Sunday in the school building at 1101 SW. 12th Ave., Mrs. Harry Steinbach, chairman of the ways and means committee, has announced. Services will start at 8:30 a.m. and breakfast will be served from 9 a.m. E. L. Becker is in charge of the program. Myron Coulton, junior cantor, will deliver the invocation, Armand Gerstel, junior president, will give the welcoming address, and Matthew Becker, junior rabbi, will speak to the fathers. Rabbi Simon April, spiritual leader of the congregation, will address the gathering. Mrs. Louis Sorosky is in charge of refreshments, and will be assisted by the Mesdames Harry Steinbach, Louis August, Norman Needelman, Michael Blank, David Parnes, Max Jacobskind, Ben Sokoloff and Simon April. RESERVATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED COLONIAL INN HENDERSONVILLE. N. C. STRICTLY KOSHERAMERICAN PLAN Delicious Meals Rooms with Private Baths All Sports Facilities Including Swimming Pool SPECIAL RATES FOR JUNE Now Under the Management of D. Handel—I. Frledlander Operators of Hotel Boston, Miami Beach David Frank Roemer Tc Become Bar Mitzvah Mr. and Mrs. Al Roemer 161, Euclid Ave., Miami Beach an] nounce the Bar Mitzvah of'thci] son, David Frank, on SaturdaJ morning at the Miami Beach Jeul ish Center. 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So, be sure vacation days mean belter health, as well as more fun for your family. Buy an extra quart or two of Grade A Pasteurized or Vitamin D Homogenized Home Milk every day..daily fresh at your grocer's. Or, phone 2-7696 and the friendly Home Milk Man will have it on your doorstep in the morning. Remember, it's daily fresh. .you can taste the difference! %  itu£*.Lu*>.-.~l '.Li, /^. %  r?iwijtei;$&i



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PAGE FOUR Jenislncfktlan FRIDAY. JUNE 17, ld4d EDITORIAL israel Week What the emergence of Israel as a sovereign state with full membership rights in the United Nations has meant to the psychology and selfesteem of Jews the world over has become substantially apparent during recent months whereever Jews have held public conventions and convocations. The full weight of what Israel reborn will mean to the more profound aspect of Jewish psychology, the area of the religious spirit and cultural life, has not yet come fully to light. It is to be hoped that the forthcoming "Israel Week" which the Mizrachi Organization of America is scheduled to celebrate from June 19 through June 26, will be an occasion for plumbing deeper into that area of Jewish existence, for diagnosing the impact of the Third Jewish Commonwealth upon Jewish religious life everywhere, and for providing a prognosis for the Jewish future in the diaspora. Some American Jews, especially those of the secular-nationalist conviction, will disagree with whatever prognosis religious Zionists of the Mizrachi variety will suggest. Those who look upon the problem more seriously and with greater tolerance, will have their eyes riveted on the convention. True Zionists have never been troubled by the charges of alleged "dual loyalty" and certainly this has not been the case with members of the Mizrachi movement. For to the religious Zionist, Israel is more than a political state. Israel, to the Mizrachist, is the birthplace of Judaism, the citadel of the great spiritual bounties which Jews have bestowed upon mankind, and it is to this Israel which the religious Zionist turns in his daily prayers. It is this relationship of the diaspora Jews to AS TEACHERS TO the new state which the Mizrachi "Israel Week" will stress. "Israel Week" will be an occasion of reaffirming the spiritual bond which links all Jews to their ancestral home, and of providing a prognosis of the Jewish future on the American scene. What tangible form this reaffirmation and prognosis will assume will be eagerly looked forward to by all Jews, whether they agree or disagree with the Mizrachi tenets. Fact And Fancy While our reactionaries in Congress are whetting their swords against the amended DP bill, the answer to their ludicrous and dishonest arguments was supplied at the 50th annual convention of the National Conference of Jewish Social Workers. The argument of the opponents of even the slightest trickle of immigration has been that our economy, the most fabulous in the world, cannot absorb new people. These, and the so-called ideological foes of immigration, will not be convinced by facts. Yet it is pertinent to call attention to a factual report delivered on that issue by Professor Herman A. Gray at the Cleveland meeting of Jewish social workers. Dr. Gray, an authority on employment problems and a professor of law at New York University, was not debating the general issue of immigration policy when he told the conference that of the 100,000 Jewish displaced persons who entered this country since 1940 more than two-thirds were in the employable category and that many of them entered business ventures in which they gave employment to American citizens. We are not familiar with the record of the other groups who entered the country during the same period, but it is safe to assume that the facts are identical. The truth of the matter is that those who would shut our doors tightly to new immigrants are not concerned with economics. They are the would-bebuilders of a political structure devoid of basic decencies. They are the extreme nationalists whose policies, if translated into reality, can only lead to a purist state, with all its degrading connotations. Beach Bans Discriminatory Advertising By GILBERT J. BALKIN Director Florida Regional Office Anti-Defamation League, 330 Seybold Building, Miami 32, Florida Climaxing a four year educational and social action campaign against social discrimination, led by the Florida Regional Office, Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, the Miami Beach city council has taken a forward moving step towards democratic community relations through the enactment of a comprehensive city ordinance making in the battle against bigotry and it unlawful to maintain or disfor democratic group relationplay any advertising matter or sign which is discriminatory. Introduced by Councilman D. Lee Powell, newly-elected vice mayor, the unanimously adopted ordinance is the true democratic tradition. It makes unlawful the placing, posting, maintaining or displaying by any place of public accommodation of advertisement, notice or sign which discriminates against any person or persons of any religion, religious belief, sect, race or denomination in the full enjoyment of any advantages, facilities or privileges offered to the general public by places of public accommodation, resort or amusement. Stripped of its legal verbiage, this historic enactment by the Miami Beach city council outlaws the use on signs or in advertising matter of hate breeding words such as "restricted clientele," "Gentiles," "Gentiles only," "selected clientele" and other phraseology connoting the undemocratic and un-American practice of discrimination Legal sanction for the adoption of this forward moving measure by the Miami Beach city council was obtained through the passage last month by the Florida Legislature in Tallahassee of an Enabling Act, specifically authorizing this ordinance. We are proud of the role played by the legal and legislative committee of the Florida Regional ADL Office in preparing and presenting the Enabling Act to the Dade County Legislative delegation, which endorsed it unanimously. The City of Miami Beach adopted the Enabling Act as one of its local bills. The actual drafting of the Enabling Act was performed by George J. Talianoff, Miami Beach attorney, chairman of the special legislative committee of the Florida ADL Office appointed to implement the campaign against remaining evidences of social discrimination in Miami Beach, and former Florida ADL director, in cooperation with the Miami Beach city attorney's office. Actually, the history of the Enabling Act and the just-adopted ordinance goes back four years ships in Miami Beach. The role of the many B'nai B'rith and community leaders, who have served and labored diligently on the committee working on this problem, cannot be stressed too highly in recounting the history behind the new ordinance. The achievement would have been impossible without their inestimable cooperation, counsel and guidance. In the fall of 1945, a survey was made by the Florida Regional Office of all hotels and apartment houses in Miami Beach to ascertain the number of establishments advertising discriminatory policy and the manner in which sucn discrimination was manifested, that is by outside or inside signs, brochures, correspondence, and through other means. Mor e than 60 such establishments were disclosed to be indulging in such un-American practices. Simultaneous with the survey, a special sub-committee of the Florida Regional Office Advisory Board was set up to devote itself to attacking the problem of social discrimination on Miami Beach. Through the educational efforts of such committee, the members of which visited the offending establishments to point out to the owners and managers the undemocratic nature of the discrimination, a number of hotels and apartments eliminated their discriminatory advertising and practices. Because there were some establishments which persisted in discriminatory practices after all reasonable approaches were made to them, the special sub-committee recommended to the Florida ADL Advisory Board that a special ordinance be drafted to be introduced in the Miami Beach city council to prohibit the display of discriminatory signs. The recommendation was adopted after mature deliberation and the ordinance prepared by the legal committee, being unanimously adopted by the Miami Beach city council in May, 1947. In July, 1947, a court test of it came to be known, resulted in the ruling by Dade County Circuit Judge Stanley Milledge that the City of Miami Beach lacked the power to enact such legislation. Decision was accordingly reached by the ADL advisory board in September, 1947, to seek an enabling act, containing legislative authority for the City of Miami Beach to pass this type of ordinance, at the next session of the Florida Legislature which would convene in April, 1949. The history subsequent to that time is recounted above. Such is the fascinating story of one aspect of the struggle to eliminate bigotry and achieve harmonious intergroup relations. Mayor Harold Turk, Vice Mayor Powell, and the entire city council of Miami Beach are to be warmly commended and congratulated by all freedom loving persons for their splendid and forthright leadership in enacting into law this comprehensive ban on discriminatory advertising. This ordinance should add materially to the dignity, good name and welfare of the people of Miami Beach, and in communities throughout the state of Florida. Congratulations to the Miami Beach city council for a job well done. B'nai B'rith Sets Up Monsky Foundation WASHINGTON, (JTA) — Establishment of a $2,000,000 Henry Monsky Memorial Foundation to sponsor religious, charitable and educational projects designed to "enrich American Jewish life," was announced this week by Frank Goldman, president of B'nai B'rith. +Jewisti tkridliair) Published every Friday since 1P2V -y The Jewish Floridian at 120 N '£. Sixth Street. Miami 18, Florida. entered as second-class matter Jwly 4, 1930. at the Post Office of Miami, Fie., under the Act of March 3. 1879. The Jewish Floridian has absorbsd •he Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide News Service National Editorial Association, American Association of English-Jewish Newspaoers. Florida Press Association SUBSCRIPTION RATES: r Year s.oo Two Year* $ 6.00 nd provides an exciting chapter I the Anti-Bias Sign Ordinance, as FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher Telephones 2-1141—2-8212 OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Volume 22 Number 24 FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1949 SIVAN 20. 5709 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, MAKING IT UNLAWFUL TO MAINTAIN OR DISPLAY ANY ADVERTISEMENT, NOTICE OR SIGN WHICH IS DISCRIMINATORY AGAINST PERSONS OF ANY RELIGION, SECT, CREED, RACE OR DENOMINATION IN THE ENJOYMENT OF PRIVILEGES AND FACILITIES OF PLACES OF PUBLIC ACCOMMODATION, AMUSEMENT OR RESORT, DEFINING PLACES OF PUBLIC ACCOMMODATION, AMUSEMENT OR RESORT, PROVIDING FOR A RULE OF PRESUMPTIVE EVIDENCE; PROVIDING FOR A PENALTY FOR THE VIOLATION OF THIS ORDINANCE. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA: SECTION 1: It shall b e unlawful for any person, firm, association or corporation in the City of Miami Beach, Florida, as owner, lessee, operator, manager, superintendent, concessionaire, custodian, agent or employee of any place of public accommodation, resort or amusement, as hereinafter defined, to place, post, maintain or display, or knowingly cause, permit or allow the placing, posting, maintenance or display of any written or printed advertisement, notice or sign of any kind or description, which said advertisement, notice or sign is intended to or tends to discriminate directly or indirectly against, or actually discriminates against any person or persons of any religion or of any religious belief, sect, race or denomination in the full enjoyment of any advantages, facilities or privileges offered to the general public by places of public accommodation, resort or amusement. SECTION 2: A place of public accommodation, resort or amusement, within the meaning, intent and purpose of this ordinance, shall be deemed to include inns, taverns, road houses, hotels, apartment hotels, whether conducted for the entertainment of transient guests or for the accommodation of those seeking health, recreation or rest, and restaurants, or eating houses, or any place where food is sold for consumption on the premises; buffets, saloons, barrooms or any store, park or enclosure, where spirituous or malt liquors are sold; or where beverages of any kind are retailed for consumption on the premises; retail stores and establishments, dispensaries, clinics, hospitals, bath-houses, barber shops, beauty parlors, theatres, motion picture houses, air dromes, roof gardens, music halls, race courses, skating rinks, amusement and recreation parks, fairs, bowling alleys, golf courses, gymnasiums, shooting galleries, billiard and pool parlors; public libraries or educational facilities supported in whole or in part by public funds or by contributions solicited from the general public; and public conveyances operated on land, air or water as well as the stations and terminals thereof. SECTION 3: In any prosecution for the violation of this ardinance, the production of, or proof of the display or maintenance of, any such written or printed notice or advertisement purporting to relate to any place of public accommodation, shall be presumptive evidence that such display or maintenance was authorized by the person, firm, association or corporation maintaining and operating such place of public accommodation. SECTION 4: If any section, phrase, word or words of this ordinance shall be held or declared invalid or unconstitutional, such adjudication shall in no manner affect any other section, sentence, phrase, word or words of this ordinance which shall be and remain in full force and effect. SECTION 5: Any person or persons violating this ordinance shall, upon conviction thereof, be punished by a fine not exceeding $500.00 or by imprisonment in the City Jail for a term not exceeding ninety (90) days, or by both such fine and imprisonment in the discretion of the Municipal Judge. SECTION 6: That this ordinance shall go into effect immediately upon its passage and posting as required by law. PASSED and ADOPTED this 15th day of June, A.D. 1949. HAROLD TURK, Mayor. ATTEST: C. W. TOMLINSON, City Clerk.



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nUDAYJUNEj!1949 Dorothy Kcyser Weds S. Abramowitz At Parents' Home +Jml$t,Fhr*%r l PAGE FIVE Sholom Lodge To Harris. Morgan Cashman To Become Bar Mitzvah Sponsor I'ienir —De Warren Mrs. Stanley Abramowitz At a twilight ceremony at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Keyser, 1455 S.W. 18th St., Dorothy Keyser became the wide of Stanley Abramowitz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Abramowitz, 935 S.W. 11th Avc. Rabbi Murray Grauer performed the rites before a fire place banked with white gladioli and greenery. For her wedding the bride chose a gown of white marquisette with high neckline, fitted bodice and flared, ankle length skirt trimmed with lace. She carried a white bible adorned with white orchids. Attendants of the bride were Mrs. Morris Josepher and Ruth Keyser, her sister. Both wore white gardenia corsages. Terry Kane was best man. The couple left for a wedding trip immediately after the wedding reception which was held on the floral decorated terrace of /fame's. A. Gottesman Entertains Alfred Gottesman was host at a dinner party in honor of his nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schlessinger, who are visiting here from Pittsburgh. Present in the Martinique dining room scene of the dinner party were Jean Orlin of New York, Movie Actress Elizabeth Taylor, her fiance, William Douglas Pawley. Jr.. and his father, the former ambassador to Brazil and present owner of the Miami Transit Co. Sholem Lodge will stage its annual Father's Day picnic Sunday starting at 11 a.m. at Matheson Hammock. John Kronenfeld, president, has announced. A full day of game* and sports contests for the whole familv has *en planned by Perry Botwin nu Sam Messer. Prizes will be awarded to the winners and consolation nrizes to all participants. Members aie asked to bring their own picnic baskets anu tnolem Lode will provide ice old drinks free „f charge. Barbara Yujfey Barbara Yaffey Awarded Columbia Scholarship Miss Barbara Yaffey. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Yaffey, 2074 Prairie Ave., Miami Beach, was recently awarded a scholarship to study for her Ph. D. in English at Columbia University. The award was based on a competitive examination in which over 700 applicants participated. Miss Yaffey, who has specialized in semantics, received h< i B.A. from the University of Wisconsin in June of 1948. For the past year she has been studying at Columbia and has just received her master's degree with honors. During this period Miss Yaffey has been given the privilege of conducting several classes at Dalton School. Mrs. Matilda Ratner has been presented with the National Certificate of Award in recognition of her work as chairman of the local S. O. S. drive. it was learned today. The award was given by the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee. Under Mrs. Ratner s chairmanship. Greater Miami tent over 170.000 pounds of relief supplies to Europe's needy Jews. Local Jewish leaders assisted in th e drive. Hospital Receives Gift Mrs. Sidney Weintraub, chairman of the women's division ot the March of Dimes recentlj presented a check for $30,000 to the South Florida Children s Hospital now being construe cd on a 22-acre tract west of Coral Gables. The money is to be usedI in equipping and furnishing a v,ard for polio patients. It is expected that the hospital will be ready for operation on Jan uary i. Symphony Hour The Freedom House symphonic hour will be held tonight at 8.30 at 4323 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. Louis Giass, director, has announced that tonight's prfj am wll include Three R !" nce 5 s Schumann. Symphony No. 5 b> RgfRWWB ffiSM? and Beethoven's Pa'hetique In fair weather the symphonic hour is conducted in the patio. H


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PAGE SIX +J€lst flcrldlar FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1S49 Miss Tannen Graduates Carole Tannen. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. Tannen, 1725 Calais Dr., Miami Beach, graduated from the University of Miami on —Ardmore Carole Tannen June 6 with a Bachelor of Arts degree. A graduate of Miami Beach High. Miss Tannen served as president of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority at the university, vice president of Hillel, treasurer of the junior and senior classes and vice president of Panhellenic. MLss Tannen is spending her summer in New York, where she will be counselor at Camp Mayfair, Hunter, N. Y. She will return to Miami Beach in September. Ronald J. Mann, formerly of Coral Gables, graduated tumma cum laud* from the University of Florida last week. A graduate of Ponce de Leon High School, Ronald was elected to Phi Beta Kappa and Phi Kappa Phi. He will enter Tulane Medical School in September. Newsbriefs Opening of the Paramount and Varsity Photography Studios by Lee Dennison at 178 S.W. 17th Ave. has been announced. Beach BB Lodge Plans Patriotic Bally July 4th Plans are being readied for the mammoth second annual Americanism Rally to be sponsored by Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith, on July 4 at 8:15 p.m. in Flamingo Park, Miami Beach. Invitations have been extended to state and city government of( ficials to participate in the tradi-. tional patriotic event, according to an announcement by President David R. Isen. Chairman of the event is Godfrey K. Newmann, a vice president of Miami Beach lodge. A tentative program will include an address by Mayor Harold Turk and the introduction of all B'nai B'rith Lodge and Chapter presidents. The AF of L Military Band will play patriotic numbers to headline the musical portion of the program. The Miami Beach Boy Scout Troop and Jewish War Veterans units have been invited to participate in the presentation of the color guard. A capacity crowd is expected to attend. All B'nai B'rith Lodges. Chapters an d Youth Groups, totaling more than 3,000 persons in the Greater Miami area, will be on hand to celebrate the patriotic observance. 2 FAMOUS NAMES FEATURED BY WOLPERT'S Miami Y Women's Group To Hold Water Show The Women's Group of the Miami Y will hold a water show and swim dance, at the Bay Harbor Pool and Cabana Club, 9660 Bay Harbor Terr., Miami Beach, on Sunday, June 26, at 8 p.m. Mrs. Bernice Dubler is in charge of the swim dance and Abe "Rocky" Rochstein, athletic director of the Miami Y, is recruiting talent for the water show. Admission is $1, plus tax. —Ardmore Mrs. Alexander Kogan, who was installed as president of the Miami Beach Group of Hadassah at a recent luncheon at the Martinique Hotel. Miami Beach, receives the gavel from Mrs. Benjamin B. Goldstein, retiring president. Beth El Sisterhood To Hold Father's Day Affair The Sisterhood of Congregation Beth El will hold a Father's Day celebration and games party Sunday at 8 p.m. in the Dora August Memorial Hall of the synagogue, 500 S.W. 17th Ave., according to an announcement by Mrs. Charles Stahl, president. In charge of the affair are Mrs. Max Rappaport, Mis. Harry Klein and Mrs. Stahl. Hospital Staff To Dance The staff of the Alton Road Hospital, Miami Beach, will hold its annual dance June 25 in the patio of the Sorrento Hotel. Mai Malkin and his orchestra will play for dancing. On the committee in charge of the affair are Amy Adelson, Mrs. Beate Walterman, Mrs. Isobel Sneeden and Mrs. Kathleen Bradbury. IIVSM'II II.Mlassali Executive Meets First executive meeting of the newly elected board of Miami Beach Group of Hadassah, was held at the Saxony Hotel, Miami Beach, on June 13, with Mrs. Alexander Kogan, newly installed president, presiding. 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J^Sci^calH our ^Celebrate Birthday 1 .rkfl the beginning of ^ yearof £ Yiddish H* thl Hour heard twice weekd^SnWlNZ. The profr Ve unde the direction of M. jrjm, u ut k k nisHk,Mtor PAGE SEVEN JEWS IN SPORTS Now that the baseball ban has did-only the zone defense. I supbeen lifted on players who jumped their teams to go to Mexico look for Harrv Feldman to make a concerted effort to regain his post with the New York Giants. At 29 Feldman should have a few good years of base%£ !" L 'L^J l ^J Sf *? pose this comes from soccer which is their big sport. "I lectured at the school and after I had been there several flays I got there early before a lecture and some of them ball left in his hurling arm. The big obstacle in his way is the fact that Manager Leo Durocher doesn't think the Jewish lad is good enough to twirl in the majors. Feldman was a winning pitcher during the war years but the blind and the lame are gone from the big time. Leo the Lip isn't encouraging the boy although he must receive a trial under the ukase handed down by Commissioner Happy Chandler. With the Giants desperately in need of pitching it seems that Feldman should be of some aid. were butting the ball with their heads and playing it off their feet, as in soccor, so I said to them, 'You know that's sacrilegious, It's like mixing water with good wine. When you play basketball, you play basketball.' "All in all they were a wonderful group. I can't talk about sports over there without straying from the subject. I think of those people with so little with which to work, the hundreds of little settlements throughout the country where they start from scratch, and they want sports. "Their idea is to stress four The Jewish hurler was tossing sp0lts They wan{ basketball and M. Nasatir Kasatir. has become one of the best known Jewish programs in the South. A special Father's Day program has been arranged in honor of the occasion. Nasatir has been affiliated with the Jewish theatre for 45 years as prompter, playwright and manager. The program is aired on Sunday from 12 noon to 1:30 p.m. and on Tuesday from 6 to 7 p.m. Miamians Named m Officers Miami Beach and Miami provided five of the six officers intailed Monday night at a ban1 uet at the Ritz Plaza Hotel which dosed a two-day session of District 5 of the B'nai B'rith Young Women. The convention was attended by delegates from six Atlantic Coast states from Maryland south to Florida. Sessions were presided over by Mrs. Harry Yolles, Washington, retiring president. Officers installed at the banquet were: Rosalind Morris, Mi". president: Elaine Schwartz, Miami Beach, first vice president; Ros, Cooper, Washington, cond vice president; Dolores Levich, Miami, secretary; Thelma wppaport, Miami, treasurer; and Charlotte Sandier, Miami, historian. The organization approved a Plan to send a "deserving" child a summer camp each year. The wild is to be selected without regard to race or creed. Lhosen to attend the national wnvention of the B'nai B'rith roung w.mu-n next December, Probaoiy in Chicago are: Beverly (jocn, Miami; Donna Feldman, %  ami; Ellen Seligman, Washing^and Rose Semel, Baltimore. them up for Sherbrooke in the independent Canadian loop that has taken so many of the banned players to its bosom. The pay at Sherbrooke was adquate but certainly a far cry from what Harry could draw from the Giants. • • • Ex-welterweight leader Barney Ross is suffering terribly from his ulcers and has had a recurrence of his malaria attacks. The former boxing champ will have to undergo treatments for a year before he can remedy his stomach ailment. • • • Nat Holman has told more about his recent visit to Israel where he coached the boys in our favorite winter pastime—basketball. "I gave the boys two hours every morning and three hours every afternoon. It was something that impressed me deeply," he explained. "I mean here was a young country still suffering from labor pains, trying to handle 30,000 displaced persons a month, and at the same time launching a sports program, trying to develop sports. "They gave me a class of about forty that they had drawn from four groups. There was a group from Hapoel and one from the Maccabi. Then there were the teachers and trainers and people from the Army, and there was also a selected group of the better players. "Now I've conducted coaching clinics before, but this was a little different. I speak Yiddish to a certain extent but do not speak Hegrew, the language of the country. So I had an interpreter, an American Army boy who had gone over there to live. I don't know whether he had ever played basketball but he understood the game, and we got along very well. 'The game as they know it over there is a little different from ours. They play what I would call European basketball. I mean, for example, that they play—or then swimming because they are right on the sea, then soccer and track and field. A group such as the or.e which I worked with will go out and teach other groups. They seemed to pick it up quickly, and toward the end I was dividing them into teams, to woik out the thing on which I lectured. "I would tell one team to play a zone defense and the other to play man to man. Neither team knew what I told the other, and then after a time out I would change assignments. When one team switched from a zone the other put on all court passes. If one was using a single pivot 1 had the other club use a double pivot, and in that way I think they got a fairly comprehensive picture of how we play basketball. "I found that they knew the namci of all of our better known coaches and learned that they read all the standard works on the game. They are familiar with the names of our better boxers. 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PAGE EIGHT -Jewlst)ncrldteri_ FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 19 1 Adcle Ziff Pledged To Gerald Klugerman The engagement of Adele Ziff to Gerald Klugerman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Klugerman, 1552 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, Adele Zi/f has been announced bv her mother, Mrs. Mary Ziff, 609 N.W. 44th St. Daughter of the late Oscar Ziff, the bride-elect is a graduate of John R. Buchtel High School. Akron. Ohio, and is now serving as president of the Sharct Chapter of B'nai B'rith Young Women. Her fiance attended schools in Brooklyn. New York, and the University of Miami. A veteran of three yean overseas service with the Army Air Corps. Mr. Klugerman is associated with the Carnival Sweet Shoppes, Joanne Greenwood Joanne Greenwood to Marry in September A September wedding is being planned by Joanne Greenwood whose betrothal to Stanley Tatc has been announced by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Morton Greenwood. 324 South Shore Dr., Miami Beach. Miss Greenwood was graduated from Casement Junior College. Ormond Beach, iind attended the University of Florida. Her fiance, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tatelman. New York, is a graduate of the Lear School and the University of Florida, where he was a member of Tau Epsilon Phi. Personally Speaking Alfred Aronovitz arrived from Cambridqe, Mass., yesterday afternoon to spend the summer with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Aronovitz, 2130 S.W. 21st Ave. Alfred is a senior at Harvard College. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Chaves wish their friends to know that they have moved from 310 Meridian Ave. to 1800 James Ave., Miami Beach. Mrs. Sophie Miller. 1919 S.W. 17th St., left this week to spend a few months with her son and daughter-in-law, Dr. and and Mrs. Miller. 5 Lynbrook Road, West Hartford, Conn., and their children. Mrs. Milton Myers and son, Jackie, have arrived to spend a month with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nat Ehrlich, 1519 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami Beach. During her stay Mrs. Myers will attend the graduation of her brother, Harvey Jerome Ehrlich, from Miami Beach High School. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel L. Budlow, 1104 Ocean Dr.. Miami Beach, will leave for Baltimore, Md., to attend the wedding of their niece. Former residents of Baltimore, the Budlows will be guests at the Lord Baltimore Hotel during their stay. -* Mrs. Alexander Kogan was hostess at a luncheon for the executive board of the Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah, of which she is president, on Tuesday at the Saxony Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. David A. Hess, 2190 S.W. 10th St., accompanied by their son, Jay, and daughter, Louise, will leave tomorrow for a motor trip to California. They will return to Miami after July 4th. Upon their return, Mrs. Hess' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Katz of New York will be their houseguests. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Eisenberg of West Palm Beach recently left for an extended visit to Worcester, Mass., their former home. Mr. Eisenberg is vice president and Gabba of Congregation Beth El in West Palm Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Burns and daughter, Marjorie, formerly of West Palm Beach, are making their home in South Miami. -X Mrs. Saul I. Kencholz and daughter, Helene, left last week for New York. From New York they will tour the United States and Canada. Mr. Kencholz will join them in September and they will spend the High Holidays in Israel. %  %  Jerry Stahl is in this city following ten days in Biloxi, Miss. Paul Raff of Miami left recently for a vacation in East Atlantic Beach, New York. Tau Alpha Omeqa sorority will hold its house party at the Delano Hotel instead of the Ritz Plaza, as previously announced. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Bromberg and daughter, Jean, 2350 S.W. 17th Terr., are leaving for a motor trip to Connecticut to attend the wedding of their niece. They will spend about two weeks. Miss Faye Stein, New York winter visitor to Miami, enjoyed a brief sojourn in West Palm Beach recently. J Bernice Namoff Married To David K. Rubin On Parents' 29th Wedding Anniversary Betrothal Announced The engagement ar.d approaching marriage of Roberta Yeslow to Larry Kaplan have been announced by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. Yeslow, 11 N.E. 8th St. A graduate of West Philadelphia High School. Philadelphia, the bride-elect is a member of Debbs Chapter. B'nai B'nth. and is employed by Prudential Insurance Co. Her fiance, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kaplan, 1127 N.E. 163rd St.. North Miami Beach, attended Miami High and Technical High. He served in the Army in Europe for three years and is now affiliated with his grandfather's contracting firm. Mr. Kaplan's brother, Gilbert, a marine who has just returned from Guam, will serve as best man at the wedding which will take place July 9. The marriage of Bernice Namoff to David Kenneth Rubin Sunday marked the twenty-ninth wedding anniversary of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Namoff. 1300 S.W. 16th Ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer performed the ceremony which was held at 5 p.m. at Congregation Beth El and was followed by a reception in the temple hall. The bride wore a white slipper satin gown with high V neck, full length tapering sleeves, bustle back drapery and a court train. Her fingertip illusion veil extended from a seed pearl coronet. Her white bible was adorned with an orchid and stephanotis streamers. Sydell Namoff, maid of honor for her sister, chose a blue net gown for the occasion. She carried red roses. Mrs. Robert Kutner, another sister, served as matron of honor in aquamarine lace. Her flowers were talisman roses. Arthur Rubin was best man for his brother. The bride's mother wore a blue crepe dress accentuated with gold trim. Her corsage was of orchids. The bridegroom's mother chose blue lace with a corsage of talisman roses at the waistline. A graduate of Miami Senior High, the bride attended Drake Business College in New York. Mr. Rubin is a graduate of Miami Beach High School and attended the University of Miami. Upon their return from a wedding trip, the couple will return Jacqueline Freeman, Bart L. Cohen Speak Vows In Double Ring Ceremony Before an improvised altar of white gladioli and peonies combined with palms and lighted tapers, Miss Jacqueline Margot Freeman was married to Bart Leonard Cohen in the presence of their immediate families. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman officiated at the double ring ceremony which took place Thursday, June 9, at 7 p.m. in the Mirror Room of the Saxony Hotel. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Lucille P. Beck, 1538 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach. The bridegroom is the son of the Harold Cohens, 1800 S.W. 21st St. The bride, given in marriage by her mother, wore imported frosted organdy with lily of the valley motif over white taffeta. The skirt featured tiers which extended into a court train. She wore watching long gloves. Her fingertip veil of French silk illusion fell from a bonnet headpiece adorned with lilies of the valley. She carried a white bible showered with orchids and satin streamers. Joyce Kerzin, sorority sister of the bride, served as maid of honor in a gown of aquamarine organdy with cascading ruffles and trimmed with embroidered Valencia lace. She carried a colonial bouquet of yellow carnations centered with talisman roses. Mendell Glicksberg, fraternity brother of the bridegroom, was best man and William Cohen, the bridegroom's brother, was also an attendant. Joan Langner, another sorority sister, kept the bride's book. For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Beck wore lime chiffon over taffeta. Her corsage was bronze baby orchids tipped with fuschia. ^H^ZtTH'r^^ w Ti.V'll^v^TJ Mrs. Cohen wore a dusty rose School in July. He is a member ofl eyelet gown with an orchid corsage. After the ceremony an informal i Law Association, Florida Law Re-I reception was held in the King Arthur Room of the hotel. A wedding supper followed. The former Miss Freeman graduated with honors from the University of Florida in February. She is a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi social sorority and Phi Beth Kappa and Phi Kappi Phi honoraries. % %  cat -'<* %  —Park Madison studiol Mrs. Bart L. Cohen Mr. Cohen attended Yale University and will graduate froral the University of Florida Law! Pi Lambda Phi, Phi Alpha Delta legal fraternity, John Marshall view and Phi Eta Sigma honor-| ary. Out-of-town gue.=ts includedl the maternal grandparents of the! bridegroom, Mr. and Mrs. Samuell Rosthal of New York City; the! bridegroom's uncle, Abe Cohen.l Fort Fairfield, Maine; Joseph| Cone, Stamford; Conn. —I.'Man Mrs. David K. Rubin here to live in their new home at 1675 S.W. 17th Terr. Dorothy Hosealine Boss, Asher Marks Speak Vows Before Rabbi Max Shapiro Palms, white tapers and an archway of flowers formed the setting for the wedding of Dorothy Rosealine Boss to Asher Marks Wednesday, June 8, at 7 p.m. in the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Herman B. Boss, 611 Sevilla Ave., Coral Gables. Rabbi Max Shapiro performed the double ring ceremony and ManIcy Boss gave his sister in marriage. For her wedding the bride chose a gown of white satin, styled on princess lines with a skirt which extended into a train. A headpiece of seed pearls clasped her full length veil of imported lace. She carried a white bible topped by a white orchid and stephanotis. Mrs. Alvin Gross, Atlanta, a cousin of the bride, served as matron of honor. Attired in a floor length gown of mauve, matching hat and gloves, she carried a bouquet of roses and summer flowers. Dana Ruth Kessler, Atlanta, was flower girl. Best man for his cousin was Edward Kessler, Atlanta, and ushering were Seymour Goldweber and Melvin Eiscnstadt. Mrs. Boss was dressed in bronze lace with gold accessories. The bridegroom's mother, Mrs. Sam Marks. Atlanta, wore blue taffeta. Both wore corsages of white orchids. Mrs. Kessler kept the bride's book. A reception followed the ceremony. Guests from Atlanta included, Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Marks. Mr.| and Mrs. Joseph Friedberg, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Garber, Mrs. Sam Baker and son, Jacob. The couple left for a wedding trip to New York and Canada. For traveling the bride wore an oyster white suit, brown and white accessories and a white orchid corsage. A graduate of Miami Senior High, the former Miss Boss received her bachelor's degree in education cum laude from the University of Miami. While at the university she served as president of Iota Alpha Pi sorority Mrs. Asher Marks and Panhellenic representative. The bridegroom graduated from Boys' High in Atlanta. At present he is a senior in Emory University Medical School. He is past treasurer of Phi Delta Epsilon medical fraternity. During the war he served in the Navy. Joan Horwitz Engaged To Donald Levenson Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fcldstcin, 2926 Royal Palm Ave., Miami Beach, have announced the engagement of their daughter, Joan Horwitz, to Donald Levenson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Levenson, 1060 95th St., Bay Harbor Island, Miami Beach. The bride-elect was firaduatca from Miami Beach High School and is a senior at the University of Florida. She is a member oi Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority. A graduate of Miami Beam High School, Mr. Levenson attended the University of Floaa. where he was a member of n Lambda Phi. He will enter Nortnwestern Dental School in ^P tember.



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t JUNE 17. 1949 |C iHe Gold Becomes Mrs. R. I. Shandloff jlunc 5th Ceremony At Colunihus Hotel of Mrs. Nathan Shandloff and the late Mr. Shandloff, 350 S.W. 21st Rd. The couple spoke their vows at 12:30 p.m. Sunday, June 5, at the Columbus Hotel before Rabbi SM. Hachtei. Following the ceremony a luncheon was served to members of the immediate family. The bride wore an ankle length gown of imported Swiss organdy with embroidered I odice and .-ide panels. Her open crown hat of the same embroidered organdy secured a fingertip illusion v< 11. She carried a bouquet of white carnations and orchids The bride was attended by her sister, Pearl Gold, who was tired in a silk shar.tung cocktail length dress of cyclamen pink and carried a bouquet of blue iris. Arthur H. Shandloff was his brother's be-t man. The bride's mother chose blue: the bridegroom's mother, gray. Both wore rose corsages. After a honeymoon that includes a two-month tour of Eastern United States and Canada, the couple will make their home at 40 SW. 14th Terr. The former Miss Gold is a graduate of Miami Senior High, where she was a member of TAO sorority, and attended the University of Miami. Mr.' Shandloff received his BS in Engineering from the Univeisity of Miami. He was past chancellor of Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity. Attending the ceremony were the bride's grandmother, Mrs. Mary Laibow. Atlantic City, N. J.; her brother-!] -law and sister, Dr. and Mrs. Irvin Cutler, Philadelphia: Mr. and Mrs. Philip Blicher and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Ellengoben of Palm Beach. +Jewish fhriditorr —I'ilkinton Mrs. Robert /. Shandloff Lucille Miriam Gold, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Gold, 431 SW. 32nd Ct., became the bride of "Robert I. Shandloff, son Double Ring Candlight Ceremony .loins Gloria Lichtenstein, Mare I.. Shavel Under a wedding arch of white gladioli, lilies and greenery, Gloria Lichtenstein, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Lichtenstein, 43" West 30th St., Miami Beach, became the bride of Marc L. Shavel. 322!) S.W. 3rd St. The double ring candlelight ceremony was performed by Rabbi Irving Lehrman at the Shelborne Hotel on Sunday, June 5. at 5 p.m. The brides gown of candlelight-colored slipper satin was embroidered with seed pearls at the tulle yoke and featured a fitted oodice and full skirt which ended in a court train. She wore her mother's heirloom veil which was trimmed with imported roisepoint lace and held in place by a Mary of Scots coronet of the same lace She carried a bouquet of starlight roses and white orchids showered with lilies of the valley. Mrs. Joyce Zeive, her sister's matron of honor, wore a maize chiffon gown and carried a colonial bouquet. Flower girl Marilyn R. Schifrin was attired in Pink organdy. Melvin G. Seid of [lushing, Long Island, was ringbearer, The bridegroom ,the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Shavel, South tend. Ind., was attended by his Mother, Arnold of South Bend. Ushers were Don Lichtenstein, we bride's brother, and Frank ive, the bride's brother-in-law. Bugle beads trimmed the "noes mother's gown of re colored silk taffeta. She wor rose-*• w.iiv i .nni,i. one wure a corsage of matching roses. Mrs. Shavel was attired in a dusty rose gown. She wore an orchid corsage. I, A .dinner and reception folwed the ceremonv. the Bea • a white suit "with white Alter a three-week honeymoon R u 0Up,c win resi de in Miami 'n. For traveling the bride chose a w u **— accessories. The former Miss Lichtenstein Hit Ua !. e( ? from Miami Beach St.. S T ch o1 attended Florida owne University and is now a amI ? l tne University of Mith* \ir W .L e she is secretary of hlr M f a l he matics Society, a memTori,. the Flo "da Education Assor !" l 0 "' and Delta Pr Epsilon Clara £ She is affiliated with B nai u. as ^ h Landau Chapter of %  "u u nth. infw; br ide groom served in the anr|, y ln th European Theatre anrf ^awarded the Silver Star d d'scharged as a captain. He —I.eMan Mrs. Marc L. SHavel attended the University of Arkansas and received his Bacheto of Science degree from the Um vers.ty of Indiana. He is a mem b of Sigma Alpha Mufartermty. At present he is assistant bu> e'r at Burdine's. Out-of-town guests included th e bride's t^^' „*£ Ro ,e Bbavel and W-lbam Sh< Boston, Mss. Personally Speaking .. rr>r^n a M M rS D H a 7 Y Kore,zk y and 80n Murray, 6145 La ^orce Dr.. rvHami Beach, left for their summer home in Walden. N. Y. During their stay in the North, Murray will attend the summer session at Cornell University 99M QS^C 6 Reisman son oi Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Reisman. *I b.W. 7 n St.. was graduated magna cum laude from the Universi'y of Miami last week. Mrs. Harry Steinbach, will be guest of honor at a luncheon given by the Ladies Group of the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation at the Shangra-La Restaurant, 15 N.E. 3rd Ave. Mrs. Steinbach, who is the second vice president of the congregation and ways and means chairman, is moving to New York. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar C. Lelchuk, of Coral Gables, are the grandparents of a grandson, Richard Harris Lelchuk, born on May 29 in Milwaukee, Wis. The parents are Mr. and Mrs. Herbert S. Lelchuk of that city. Maternal grandparents are Dr. and Mrs. Ben Erps of Wisconsin. •* Lee Dennison is entertaining his uncle, Michael H. Dennison, Sealston, Va., who is a guest at the Congress Hotel, Miami Beach. The visitor has just retired after 35 years with the Bureau of Engraving and Printing in Washington, D. C. Murray Kossman and son, David, will leave Saturday for New York where they will join Mrs. Kossman and their other son, Robert. Mrs. Kossman was called to New York last week on the death of her father, Max Spencer, prominent paper merchant. Together with her sons, Mrs. Kossman will spend the summer at Peekskill, New York. Mr. Kossman will return to Miami on July 5. Evelyn Neugebauer has moved from 1131 S.W. 4th Ave. to the Dorset Hotel, Miami Beach, for the month of June. At the end of the month she will escort a group of campers from Miami, Miami Beach and West Palm 3each to the Blue Mountain Camp at East Stroudsburg, Pa., where she will remain as counselor. She plans to return with her charges about the first of September. Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Gluck, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stomkin and Sam Mendel, all of Miami Beach, are vacationing at Duncraaqan Inn, Hendersonville, N. C. Rabbi Isaac H. Ever, southeastern director of Yeshiva University and president of Greater Miami Mizrachi Organization, is leaving Tuesday for a conference in New York City and will attend the National Mizrachi Convention, which will be held at the St. Charles Hotel, Atlantic City, N. J. + Mrs. David Ziff, 1348 S.W. 17th St., will visit her daughter, Ella Ziff Mindes, in Chicago. En route she will stop in Sarasota to visit her son William, author and publisher. Mrs. Ziff will be away for two and a half months. Mr and Mrs. Joe Goldstein of Galax, Va., arrived in Miami Tuesday morning to attend their son Bernard's Bar Mitzvah which will take place tomorrow morning at Congregation Betn. El The Goldstein's are staying with Mrs. Goldsteins mother Mrs. Gus Ginsburg, 2323 S.W. 21st Ave. Mrs. Goldstein arrived here on Friday, June 10, to attend the District No. 5 B nai B nth Young Women's convention but was called to Richmond he following evening because of the death of her husband s sister, ; Mrs. Sol Witt. Anita Kandel Weds Melvin Goldstein A garden ceremony on May 16 united Anita Kandel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Kandel, 15 S.W. 32nd Court Road, and Melvin Goldstein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Goldstein of Louisville, Kentucky. The couple exchanged vows before Rabbi Moses Mescheloff at the home of the bride's cousins. Mr. and Mrs. Nafhan Slomowitz. 1011 Cortez St., Coral Gables. Given in marriage by her father the bride wore a lavendar ta afternoon dress with Pale pink accessories. She carried a bible topped by a white orchid. Harriet Slomowitz, maid of ^morn's cousin, James Wiwwj SrSxington. Kentucky, served as best man. For her daughter's wedding Mr, Kandel chose a dress of I own K crf P e. The bridegroom's After a honeymoon at the thev will reside. : „, c i Ve o:n Mu.m.Senior High Her husband is attending the Baking Institute of Chicago. Beatrice Zabow To Join Summer Brides Mr. and Mrs. Saul Zabow, 1787 Purdy Ave., Miami Beach, have announced the engagement of their daughter, Beatrice, to C. I Zabow Samuel Mazor, son of Mrs. Jacob Mazor and the late Mr. Mazor, 725 Lenox Ave., Miami Beach. The betrothal was made known on the ooccasion of Miss Zabow's birthday. The bride-elect attended schools in Newark N. J. and the University of Arizona in Tucson. Mr. Mazor attended the College of the City of New York and practiced accountancy in New York City prior to establishing in the hotel and real estate business in Miami Beach for the past ten years. A summer wedding is being planned. —LeMd" —Ix)tte Giahn Ema Manty Elma Manty Will Wed Leonard Pont This Month The engagement of Elma Manty to Leonard Pont, son of Mrs. Sadie Pont, 2611 S.W 5th Ave., has been announced by the brideelect's mother, Mrs. Elsie Manty, Templeton, Mass. The wedding will take place the latter part of this month. Several parties have been planned in honor of the bride-elec t Wolff-Grund Nuptials Set For Tomorrow Night The betrothal and approaching marriage of Rose Wolff to Martin E. Grund, son of Mr and Mrs. Samuel Grund, 30 N.E. 44th St., has been announced by her parents Mr. and Mrs. Max Wollt, 3320 N.W. 13th Ave The wedding will take place tomorrow evening at 8 o clock at the home of Rabbi and Mrs. Max Shapiro, 498 S.W. 18th Rd. The bride-elect, a graduate of Miami Jackson High School is now employed at Bui dines. Mr. Grund attended schools in New York and is now affiliated witn the Miami Daily News. Sheila Turk To Be Feted Mr. and Mrs. Charles T' k, 1852 S.W. 14th Terr., will h open house Sunday from > to 5 p.m. in honor of thei: laugh? i. Sheila Ruth, who is graduating from Miami Senior Hlgl School tonight as an honor student. Sheila is a niece of Mayor and Mrs. Harold Turk of Miami Bea; n. No personal invitations have been issued. Relatives and lnends are invited to be present. %  i i %  • %  il •



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PAGE TEN +Je*lshfk>ri AUK KM AX. .-..;, owner. OE* >RGE J. TALIANOFF Attorney for Applicant 420 Unooln Road 6 i:-:'i : 1-8-tS NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that theundersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of W^V BRUNCH N SODA at ISO Glralda Avenue, Coral Gables, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida LOUIS PRIED NATHAN FEUERSTEIN Equal Partners AMi'S BENJAMIN Attorney for Applicants 17-21 7 1-S-li LEGAL NOTICE Having dissolved partnership on May 9th, 1919, the owners of Ixittle Brooks Dress Shop, S63 Washington Avenue. Miami Beach, will not be responsible for any debts Incurred by other than themselves since the date of the dissolution of partnership. IA>TTIE S1ROTA MAX S1ROTA 6,3-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the firm name of TKIX. at 536 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach, Florida, intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida JACK DAVIS, Sole owner ALFRED KRKISLKK Attorney low Fan American Hank Itldg. Miaii!i. Pla, 6,10-17-24 7/1 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 124959. CLARA OL LINGER. Plaintiff, vs. PRANK OLLINGER Defendant. You. FRANK OLLINGER, 179 Marcy Avenue. Brooklyn. New York, are notified to file your appearance In the above cause for divorce on the 27 day of June, A. D. 1949. otherwise decree pro confesso will be entered against you. Dated this 23rd day of May. A D. 1949. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIGE, Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Plaintiff Seybold Building 5 27 6 3-10-17 LEGAL NOTICE Anyuta Melicov. concert pianist, was among the officers installed at the final meeting of the season of the Miami Music Teachers' Association. Miss Melicov was recently elected second vice president. Announcement was made this week of the reappointment of Councilman Maurice Klein to the post of Miami Beach Disaster Relief chairman for the Dade County Chapter of the American Red Cross. H. H. Hyman has been appointed a committeman on the planning board which is arranging the details for some 6000 delegates who are expected to attend the coming convention in Atlantic City of the American fled Cross. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS „ NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In V.uM n i'*L ^St*. r ,h f *'t'u. name of BELL HOTEL at 110 B. Miami Avenue. Miami. Horida. inien-is to regis!" said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade Count v. Florida. AMOS BENJAMIN !" !" 1 **"" Attorney for Lessee 505 Olympia Bldg. 6 17-24 7 1-5-15 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! The Jewish Florldkm solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates. Phone 2-1141 for messenger service. ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT Cul'HT OF THE 11TH 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 Brookline. 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. E B. LEATHERMAN*. Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C PBIGE, TURK 4 NEWMAN ^^ ^ Attorneys for Plaintiff 420 Lincoln Road 5/J7 6/3-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In V^. 1 n ,o 8S „ Un 4;r ,h f • %  •'"U. name of LOUIS HAFTELS WOMEN'8 DRESS I SHOP at 1035 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida LOUIS HAPTEL ,-__ HELENE HAPTEL JACK A. ABBOTT Attorney for applicants 6 3-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW '****& NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN cVun C ty. rk PlorSda. ClrCUU C Urt **• JOSEPH ROTENBERG MAX R. SgSgf T "" Attorney for Applies uts 6/20-17 6/1-10-17 NOTICE OF 'NT EN Il? D N r T2 A L AKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE __ [N COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, DADE 'COUNTY FLORIDA-No. 21479. HF ESTATE OF JESSIE F. ISLUCATCH, also known as JESSIE FELDMAN DLUGATCH, Deceased. NOTICE Is herebj given that I na\e filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge ..." Executor of the 'state of Jessie F. Dlugatch. alao known as Jessie Feldman Dlugatch, deceased; and thai on the nth day !r July, l49. l "in Wly Jg ,h Honorable W. F BJanton. County j.,dge ..f Dado County. Florida for approval of said final report and foi final dlseharg. as Baecutor of the Estate of Jess e t Dlugatch. ajso known as Jessie Feldman Dlugatch, Tin.M!I day o June, lMfc HERBERT DL1 UAH H, Executor of the Estate of Jessie P. Dlugatch, also known as Jeasle Feldman Dlugatch, Dec'd. KI.RY STONE Attorney for Executor ti 10-17-24 7 1 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned as Sheriff of Dade Countv Florida, acting under and by virtue of a certain Writ of Execution i out of the Civil Court of Record of Dade County, Florida, in a certain ., | M %  ntlt • %  I Allen R. Snow. vs. John Blmore, trading and doing business the name of Florida Police Reporter, being Cause No. 29*92, have i said execution upon the following described property: 2 typewriter desks; 2 swivel chairs; :i office chairs; 1 leather divan; photographic drier; l photographic enlarger; l wooden table; i portable typewriter; for any Information concerning this equipment call 9-1857; and all persons are notified that I will sell the said described personal property to the highest and best bidder for cash al the south door of the Dade Counts Courthouse in the Citv of Miami. Dade County, Horida, on the 4th day of July, i!'i9. between the hours l ock A If. and 2:00 O'clO) k P.M., said sale being to satisfy said execution together with costs including costs of sale, purchaser to pay for Sheriff's Bill of Bale Dated this 2 day of June. 1949. JIMMY SULLIVAN. Sheriff of Dade County, Horida. By: (JEO. F. HOLLY, Deputy Sheriff. CUSHMAN AND WOODARD Attorneys at I-aw 71" Blscayne Bldg. 610-17-24 7/1 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ll'I'H JUDICIAL CIRCUT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, PliORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. 125221 NANCY HIMEY, Plaintiff, vs. PETER HIMEV. Defendant T< I: PETER 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. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) By R. H. RICE. JR.. Deputy Clerk. HAROLD SHAPIRO, Attorney 921 Lincoln Road 610-17-24 7/1 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: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you. may have against the estate of WILLIAM HERTZ deceased lato of Dade County, Florida, to the Hon. W. p. 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 1933 Probate Act Date June 6th,' AD 1949 Herman Wepman, Frieda Lustgarten, Rose Kaplan. Lillian Herts, Dr. M. J. Glick. As Executors of the Last Will and Testament of William Herts, Deceased. HERMAN WEPMAN Attorney for the Estate. 6/10-17-24 7/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of OLSEN 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 POIJC, Owner. OSCAR RAPPAPORT. Attorney 516 Seybold Building 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 Little Doll House Beauty Salon at 4,89 S. W. 8th Street. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit 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 business under the fictitious 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 County. Florida. ... ,. .. "ATTIE ALEN1ER 6/J-10-17-24 7/1 HELEN HCHLAM, Plain,,,, I.EON BCHLAM, Defendanl TO: LEON SCHLAM dnt 122 St Marks Place New York, New York You are hereby ordered to file Vn „im appearance or answer to th, ou fl complaint for divorce riled a !" 1 you by HELEN SCHLAM,,' f'H fore the 24 day of June. V.,5 !" h H wise the allegations of said Mil fJ be taken as confessed ailSet *" l | DONE AND ORDERED til, Aiof May, 1949. "" 23 *m E. B. LEATHERMAN (Circuit SSI Sea, 1 /" 1 CoTJ By M. C. PEIQH GEORGE J. TALIANOFF 1 1 1 H Solicitor for Plaintiff 5/27 6/3-10-17 NOT.CE UND|R L F ( CTIT,OU. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engag,' business under the fictitious name nf VANDERBILT HOTEL at 1009, SM Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida l?l tend to register said nan,,. i,h .v.; Clerk of the Circuit Court u f n County, Florida. aae HERBERT II. ROBINS HYMAN ROSENBERO MYERS. HERMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Robins & Rosenhar* 5/27 6/3-10-17-24 seimsit NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COUM IN AND FOR DADE ('or.NTY > !" RIDA m raOBATsfiS: In Re: ESTATE OF 8AIUH RAPHAEL, also known gjg RAPHAEL. Deceased. To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you. are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against" th estate of Sarah Raphael also known as S. Raphael, deceased, late of Coral Oables, 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 clalnu or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be morn to and presented as aforesaid or same will be barred. See Section 120 ol th 1933 Probate Act. Date May 16th. A.D 1949. HELEN A. LYONS, As Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of Sarah Raphael, also known as S. Raphael. Deceased. MYERS, HEIMAN Ac KAPLAN, 150 Seybold Bldg. Miami, Florida Attorneys for Executrix ".. 20-27 6/3-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage ill business under the fictitious name of Johnston's Chlc-N-Fry Bteaki at 3o N E. 79th Street, Miami. Fla, inteiids to register said name witn the Clerk of the Circuit Court of l>ade County, Florida. AARON CHAIKEN MILTON A. FRIEDMAN, Attorney for Applicant Seybold Bldg. 6 lu-17-24 7/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVKN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name t IIUMJ'TY DUMPTY DRIVE IN RESTAURANT at 6100 N. W. 7th Ave, Miami, Florida. Intend to register SU0 name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. GEORGE MILLER SAMUEL RO.MK MARK SILVERSTE1N, Attorney 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach. Florida 5M3-20-27 6/3-10 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE 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 Y'ork. New York You are hereby notified and ordered to file your appearance to the UIU of Complaint for Divorce filed against you hy 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 County, Florida, this 24 day ot May, 1949. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FBIGE. Deputy i lerk. JOSEPH W. MALEK Solicitor for Plaintiff 1703 Congress Building Miami. Florida 5/27 •/ %  -10-17 IN NOTICE TO APPEAR THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THB E1JSVENTH JUDICIAL UHR'H IN AND FOR DADE COLNTY, FLORIDA. — No. 1252S8. HARTFORD McELROY, Plaintiff. ^ JANE ANN McELROY. Defendant. TO: JANE ANN McELROY, 233 Park' Avenue, Pacific Grove, California. -,, ,„ YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to file your appearance or answer to "e Bill of Complaint for Divorce In this cause on or hefore July 8, 1949; other wise said Bill of Complaint win "" taken as confessed by you. ,,,„ m i DONE AND ORDERED *, M '"'"' Florida. thl 8 day of June. l' 9 v E B LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court. tCircult Court Seal) E Deputy Clerk. JACK A. ABBOTT. Attorney for Plaintiff 6/10-I7-14 7/1



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17, 1949 +Jehl fkrldkir PAGE ELEVEN Onr Film Folk *^OD__"We got lots FKon out here £ I r J but it consists mostly ETriking through dummies; it"Siding they're peoPw'oretending meyie r~V* f.able discussions by 1 hordes of stunted fc^JKal kids who Krt ESSr like midgets; BftfL orofessionals; ft* oy P ^ local Titus FKf.Mhe big league stuff ft'Sescope." That's the R ^Comedian Groucho Fhf'big nam" comedians, I *Li %uch as Eddie Canl %  „;,; such as Eddie Canr.flenny and Danny Kaye P ,K H l sit out the new fe or a wh'e. Cantor thinks \* m .Z !" audience is still |S*nt TV audience p-fvSen^tS lime is Kff eirlS, he thinks it IS See far more money and IIS"preparation than teleI'EEB now able to afford. fe cKnues: -Kinescope LS I^Ktiorvably a wonderful deK I don't think at present |?S Weal method of transling entertainment unless you lte your people headless. A Ci couple, for example, will & seen, their feet tapping J^son, their knees in perfect ISjthm and up to and including \l neck a thing of syncopated Itautv. From the neck up, nowC a milky white substance Lreiopes them and until the MC, Lo also is minus a head, apJ- and informs you who the %  teeing team are their identity Ii* much a secret as though you litre reclining in a tomb in I^Despite all this, with bloodIso' eyes I watch this ogre night Irter night, bored but neverthtIkss fascinated by its potentialiIKS. How long can I survive on Iradio against this new monster. I When will I become a public Idiarge? Long before midnight %  this quivering and erratic entertainment signs off and in a semiIstupor I grope my way to my MRU where the butler feeds |i a double seconal, places ice Irks on my eyes and until I [II asleep chants over and over Ik immortal words of George M. Itean, Don't worry, kid, the only I ling that will keep the average IAmerican home is a woman.' Iftus reassured, I fall into-a deep limber broken by a violent I mhtmare, excessive sweating lad an uncontrollable desire to |>rap out of the window." I And now we come to the •pinions of our good friend, Eddie Cintor. Says Eddie: "Want to raw what l think about teleJon? I think it's going to be w. But I think the only way •w can see a TV show is to have *t Right now, in this great big {toted States of ours, I do not Klieve there are more than 1,"0,000 sets. If there were five "were for each set, you have audience of 6,000,000. Is that K I believe it might be very I ""mate for Jascha Heifetz to | Wy his violin in a room with 20 PJK. but that kind of talent ould be in the Hollywood Bowl -r Carnegie Hall. j^TV is coming and the so-called big names will be at the station when it arrives, but I don't think that will be for several years. The following is a strange thing for me to say, but it will give you something to think about. The big comics are a little bit too old and tired to memorize and rehearse a full half-hour of entertainment each week. This means that people in control of TV will be forced to get some new faces whether they like it or not. "When television gets around to me, I promise you that I shall not do more than 20 shows in a year. I'd like time to prepare, rehearse thoroughly and feel perfectly at ease. I look upon a television show as an engagement at the Palace or Loews State. You've got to be good, and the only way you can be good is to be sure. "It may be costly, but I would insist on at least one or two previews before the actual performance. What I have seen on my television set, with the exception of one or two shows, has been the worst kind of junk. It seenu that the producers of this trivia have only one thing on their minds ... is it cheap? You can give them my answer. It is! "And if you want my views en the circus, carnival, the concert field, international diplomacy or how to make a souffle, just let me know." Television's ballyhoo value for Milton Berle has catapulted him into an unusual percentage picture deal with Warner Brothers. In snaring the comedian for the studio, producer Jerry Wald overcame strong bids from both Columbia and 20th-century Fox George Jessel thought he had Milton on the 20th lot, offering him "Moon Over the Catskills, a filmusical about the boiccnt belt Harry Conn, Columbia president, dispatched his chief production aide, S. Sylvan Simon, east for a similar purpose. Wald, meantime, had ready "The Thief of Broadway, a story by Max Shulman, which Max had adapted with an eye to Danny Kaye. Wald sent it to Berle. There are somewhat biographical overtones to the stor>. and thus Wald snagged the deal from the others. The present film title is Always Leave Them Laughing. By the way, Milton gets a nominal guarantee, said to be around 100,000, preferring a cut of tm profits under a capital gains setup. Joseph Atlaa Studio Pictured at the Coral Gables Jewish Center installation last week M jJ J^sJfiRc* Boston, Rabbi Morris Skop. Mrs. Irving Gerstenfeld ^wly inducted president of the Sisteri. Herbert Gelernter. new president of the Center; and Sam Silver, retiring president. Gables Center Marks Birthday. Scats Leaders A reception and dance held on June 8 at the Sorrento Hotel, Miami Beach marked the third antemple; the continuation of High Holy Day services, which have! previously been held at the Coral Gables Woman's Club; the resumption of Sunday School; the establishment of a daily religious school with preparation for Bar am. Beach mar ea xn:,,.a .*Rabbi skop The pr0 mversary of S gram, according to Gelernter. also includes a wide range of social Jewish Center. A highlight of the affair was the installation of officers of the Center and its Sisterhood. Retiring President Sam Silver presided. Rabbi Morris Skop, who will become spiritual leader of the group in September, served as installing officer and addressed the gathering. The invocation was given by the Rev. James A. Boston. Herbert Gelernter, new president, outlined the Center's program for the ensuing year. This includes the construction of a and cultural activity for youth and adults. Regular Friday evening worship, which has been held at Pratt General Hospital during the past year, will be resumed in the fall. Following the installation a reception was held. Mai Malkins orchestra played for dancing and Pianist Edward Pastroff entertained the guests. 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. £OGUST.BROS R y E ** la the BEST. 1 SI MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. 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PAGE TWELVE p-JenlsHtcrkftar FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 191 Ashe, Garrison Aid Negro College Drive The only two white men on the local committee of the United Negro College Fund, Inc., of which John D. Rockefeller, Jr., is national chairman, are Dr. B. F. Ashe and Wesley E. Garrison. I Goal for the state of Florida, ac| cording to Garrison, is $15,000: j for Dade County, $3,000. Money raised in the drive will be divided among the 31 Negro colleges operating in the United States. Bethune Cookman in Daytona Beach, the only Negro college in Florida, is scheduled to get back from the national fund more than twice the state's quota. Educator To Speak Leo Hubcrman, Miami Beach educator, will be speaker at the AVC Freedom House Forum Sunday evening at 8:30 at 4323 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. His subject will be "Does the School Educate the Child?" A graduate of Harvard University, Mr. Hu'oerman studied at the Art Students League and Teachers College of Columbia University. He served as assistant director of Brookline Play School, Camp Kenwood, and taught at the Center Academy in Brooklyn. He has been headmaster at the Normandy School, Miami Beach, since 1946. Israel Rejects U.S. Plea For Admission Of Arabs LAUSANNE. (JTA)—The Israeli government's decL-ion to reject a United States plea that Israel accept a large number of Arab refugees was conveyed this week to Mark Ethndge, American representative on the U.N. Conciliation Commission, by Dr. Walter Eytan. head of the Israeli delegation. Dr. Eytan took the decision to Mr. Ethridge in a private meeting after returning from his fiveday trip to Tel Aviv, where he had gone for consultation, Mr. Ethridge L= leaving his post t.is If J %  r, T m >* rv VI if *!v ts* Pictured hre are the students and faculty of the United Granada Jewish Center and Weat Miami Jewish Center Thli Jewish SchooL which completed its first year of studies last SunBureau of Jewish Education acted in an adrisory capacity arid H! day. The school, housed in North Campus of the University of Pomerantz, extension activities director of the bureau, was simJ Miami was sponsored by Coral Gables Jewish Center. Flaglererintendenr. Art Exhibition A showing of paintings by a 65year-old DP artist, Boris Obrazkoff; will be neld at Minet's, 2510 Biscayne Blvd., for two weeks beginning Monday. The artist is a graduate of the Moscow Institute of Fine Arts and served as portraitist in Moscow from 1908 to 1922. He was a muralist in Belgrade for 10 years. Blustein Unveiling The unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Mis. Pola Gelber Blustein will take place Sunday, June 26, at 11 a.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating. Mrs. Blustein is survived by her mother, Mrs. Rose Gelber; a brother, Milton; and her husband, Irving of 2541 S.W. 16th St. week, and Raymond Hare, deputy director of the State Department's Office of Near Eastern and African Affairs, will take over. Palm Beach Student Wins Scholarship Alice Blake, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Blake of West Palm Beach, was recently awarded a scholarship by the University of Chicago on the basis of competitive examinations conducted for this area at the University of Miami. Miss Blake's maternal grandparent?. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schupler. were the first Jewish settlers in West Palm Beach. Professors Friedl, Horovitz To Conduct Educational Tour To France And Israeli Community Planning Group Meets Stanley C. Myers, who was recently re-appointed chairman of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Planning Committee, met with the executive directors and presidents of local beneficiary agencies Wednesday evening. Preliminary plans for the coming year were discussed. The Hebrew University in Jerusalem will be one of the main points of interest to be visited by the educational tour to France and Israel conducted by Professors Berthold C. Friedl and Sydney Horovitz of the University of Miami. "Assurances of cooperation in arranging interesting activities have been received from Professors Simcha Assaf, rector, and Hiram Peri, head of the Romance philology department in Jerusalem," Dr. Friedl said. The Hebrew University professors are also cooperating in conducting a long-range survey questionnaire on the ideals of Hebrew youth, which is part of an international survey which Dr. Friedl has been working on for the past 20 years. One of the pertinent questions with which the Israeli young people will be confronted when they answer the questionnaire is: "Are you in favor of opening Israel to the immigration of any Jew in the world who wishes to liv 0 there?" In France an official reception will be given to the group by M. Edouard Hcrriot, mayor of Lyons and president of the National Assembly of France. Educational, economic, political, social and cultural problems of France and Israel will be studied on th e basis of discussions, lectures, visits in | cooperation with such men as Francoi Mauriac, Andre Gide | Jean Paul Sartre in France and IsI rach educators and statesmen Paris and parts of France. Jeri salem, Jaffa, Nazareth, Tel Avij Haifa, Tiberias and various sej tlements in Israel will be visits Study classes will be conduct! by Dr. Friedl en route interpret ing "French Civilization" an "Israel—Old and New." Reservations for the tou r whi will be composed of students an non-studenis are still availabJ Dr. Friedl announces. Miami Y Ping Pong The Miami YMHA 1949 pir, pong perpetual summer junid tournament has been in prd gress the past month, with M nold Bobson and Ed Barusch the lead consistently. These tt, leaders because of their superid abilities, have been moved up the senior tournament, with chance to displace the leaders that bracket, Muriel Kaslon ar Dave Davis. Council Meeting Aired Because of an overwhelming response to the broadcast of la week's Miami Beach city counj cil's inaugural meeting, statio) WMBM has arranged to mi wire recordings at all meeting of the council and will broadcai them from 6 to 7:15 p.m. on meet! ing day. Arrangements for this ferturl were made by Thomas McCull lough, general manager of th| station. mS^^P&SS/S^I^Sl Mi3mi Gr UP ? f HadaSSah was held last week~ai" r t r he ,! Mc. J c"r n p G MrtT'L P e;Tta1r n Mi s f S R e ESS ?•"* ^^ 3 d !" "^<^H2£& Mr" naker. second vic e president; (seated? L to'rTJJrs H CU*Ll n S T' J rea £ r 2 J £**• D ***of the chapter boardMrs I I tU\mZl~mJli/fj C. Moser. president: Mrs. M. Sirkin, president ADL Director To Speak Gilbert J. Balkin, Florida regional director of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, will review the book, "How Secure These Rights?" at a meeting of Tropical Lodge of B'nai B'rith Monday evening at 8:15 at Fed-; oration Headquarters, 420 Lincoln \ Road, Miami Beach. Gold Diggers To Meet The Gold Diggers of 1949 will meet this morning at 10 o'clock at Federation headquarters, according to an announcement by Mrs. Milton Sirkin, chairman. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, Director of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth Announces that THE PARKWAY KOSHER MEAT <$, POULTRY MARKET Is now supervised and endorsed by the Vaad. WANTED SIX SUNDAY SCHOOL TEACHERS Two Hebrew Teachers—Excellent Remuneration Apply Box 2006, Ocean View Branch. 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1949 J£Hf sf fkridfor RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY nation Beth Darin (Conft*"?* 35 N .W. Third AY. SJ'i'.xSh.piro.-R.-M.uric. H"*^ nine services at 7:00. Sab|>n' l '" k ,un S at 8:S0. Bar J> %  *>'% „„„ of Mr and hC iah n?.„ livi Students' services WSfl^ bV followed by be aplro and a Cantor Bidush. "f., „ ffl ,.|:,t.-. % 'Nation Beth El (OrthoTffsJw. 17th AT.. Rabbi J^fcfauer. Cantor Milton r dB ^-enii.(r servleeg :3 Sab "^M rvlce at H:30 a.m. Bar "l ll.rnar.1 (iuldsteln. son of -^^Iwvtee at •":!• •••. Bar aibmorn" • .i„|n of Marortt K"ih Rabbi BSvar will address Econflrmand Mlncha at 6:3t> folItwtd by Shalo* Beudoa. Dally school Imn S:I'I to 12:00 noon. Registration H* al offl • %  Jawiih Community Center iConwrvative), 2020 Polk St, Hollywood. Rabbi Max Kaufman. Friday evening service at 8:15 p.m. Guest Ipeaker Host* for Oneg Shabbat are Mr. and Mrs. Sol Kllman in honor of Ihelr eon Ronny's confirmation. Baturday aenrloM at :3u a.m. Kidduxh after the morning service!. The BUmana will also be hosts at Kiddush Hebrew school Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday at S pm. Confirmation and Bar Mltzvah clustt at extra seHxlon Thursday at S ;::i V.i.y.in service dally at 9 a.m. Templs liaiah (Raform), 1065 Jade Blvd.. Miami Baach. Rabbi Oavid Raab. Friday evening services at 8:15. I apt a will l>e held in winery ,,f the late Jewish leader. fcbbl Stephen S. Wise. Rabbi Raab Ml cunilu. t the service and preach tt* sermon: "Rabbi Stephen S. Wise: Champion >pf Just ('auaes." A recap* don sponsor. ,1 bv the Sisterhood will follow. Congregation bath Tfilah (Orthodox). 935 Euclid Am. Miami Bach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack Mfcf. Friday evening service at 6:43 p.m. %  turday morning at 8:30 Rabbi Uckov-ky win conduct services and Wk on the l'ortlon of the Week. Saturday ; ,t K : |0 p.m. Rabbi Rackovaky win apeak on "The the. Fathers." followed by Mn.I,i hhalos 8eudoa ami program of i,i estlnlan songs. Maarlv will follow Pally service* at : so ., ,., Mishna will be addressed i.\ the I Services at 7 no ,, ,„ followed I.. class in Jewish laws and customs Temple Emanu-El (Reform). 1801 S. Andrewa Ave.. Fort Lauderdale. Dr. Mariui Ramon. Rabbi. Friday availing servlcea at B Rabbi Hanson will Officiate Congregation Keneaeth Iarael (Orthodox). 432 Eapanola Way, Miami Beach. Friday evening services at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning services at a m Mlncha at 5 p.m. followed by Bhaloa Heudos. United Jewish Schools. North Campus, University of Miami. Plscontlnued until fall. Miami Hebrew School and Con gregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W. 12th Are. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Berele Kelemer. Services PYlday evening at Saturday morning : i.m Hebrew daily from :'. 10 t•' %  80 p m I •.. services at ~ 10 P m and 1 M p m Religious Congregation, 3681 N.W. 2nd St Servlcea discontinued until fall. Coral Gables Jewish Center (Liberal). Services discontinued until the fall Israelite Center (General), 3346 S.W. 24th St. Pally services at 7 a.m. Friday night services at 8 p.m. Refreshments will be served Immediately following the services. Saturday morning service* at 9 a.m. Temple Beth Sholom (Liberal). 4144 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Friday evening aervlcea at *; p.m. during summer Sabbath morning vices at 10:46. Cantor Kelemer iii render the musical portions of th Sabbath morn.r.i: -• : \ %  < %  • % %  Prosterman To Speak Samuel Prosterman. founder of the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami, will be guest speaker on Jacob Schachter's Jewish Musical Hour over station WTTT at 10 a.m. Sunday. He will speak in Yiddish in behalf of the fund. Mr. Schachter has announced that a series of interviews byNorman R. Lyons with Miami women prominent in Jewish organization has been inaugurated on the program, which is aired four times weekly, Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 1 p.m. and Sunday at 10 a.m. Purpose of these interviews, Mr. Schachter asserts, is to acquaint the Jewish women in Greater Miami with the work of these organizations and to urge them to join First to be interviewed is Mrs. Louib Glasser, president of the Conference of Jewish Women s organizations. PAGE THIRTEEN VICTOR A. DAMIANO PRESENTS CARLO BUTI iS "INTERNATIONAL VARIETIES OF 1949" Direct from Sensational Broadway Run BOB VINCI M. C. LA BLANCA and GARCIA (Gypsy Dance) VICKI SHEER iTap Ballet Dances) BOB VINCI (Ccmedy Novelties) BARTON AND BRADY (Acrobatic Comedy) CARLO BUTI (Folk Sonfls) BOB VINCI MELINA ADRIANO CILIBERTI AND COMPANY (Comedy Sketch) GRAND FINALE -.-p. EXTRA — SANDRINO GIGLIO — EXTRA s at, June 18 • 8:15 P.M. • Sun., June 19 %  2:15 • 8:15 P.M. MUNICIPAL BA ^SK NT AUDITORIUM GEN. ADM. $1.60 plus tax RES. SEATS $2.40 plus tax FOR RESERVATION CALL 89-3381 TODAY'S MOST CONVINCING' TIRE SAFETY DEMONSTRATION U.S. ROYAL MASTER IS AMERICA'S FINEST SAFETY TIRE %  CRTS THE GREATEST $AFETY DEVICE in tires today _


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PAGE FOURTEEN > Jmtsii fk>ridliart FRIDAY, JUNE 17, j LIVES OF OUR TIMES pg SF1 MAN WAKSMA N_ r***i I r NORMAN and SOt NODtl fc> LAURA GS H A R04 DISCOVERER OF SUEFTOMYCIN WHICH IAS SAVED THE LIVES OF THOUSANDS. AFTER ARRIVING IN THE U.S. IN 1901,HE SET AIOUT fREPARINO FOR A CAREER IN SCIENCE.HIS WIFE IS AN ACCOMPLISHED CONCERT SINCER. AN IMMIGRANT BOY FROM RUSSIA WHO WORKED IN THE RUTGERS UNIVERSITY Gf ELKHOUSE FOR 20 CENTS AN HOUR.HE IS TODAY ONE Of THE WORLD'S LEADING MICROWO OGISTS. PS mm %  E MCENTIY AWARDED RUTGERS UNIVFRSITY iU50,000 IN ROYALTIES FROM STRErCM^.H HE NOW DEVOTES All MIS EFFORTS TO U-W mg MMEWALiJSES FOR HIS DRUG. PROf. WAKSMAH, IS PROUD Of THE f ACT THAT HE KNOWS THE ENTIRE OLD.TESTAMENT ftY HEART. HE IS THE AUTHOR OF NUMEROUS, SIGNIFICANT WORKS ON VARIOUS ASrECTS OF MICRO BIOLOGICAL MSIARCH. A HEW ANTI-ftlOTIC-NEOMYCIN-WHICH HE DEVELOPED, ALTHOUGH STILL IN THE EXPERIMENTAL STAGES,HAS RAISED HIGH HOPES IN MEDICAL CIRCLES. HUMANITARIAN AND SCIENTIST IN THE TRADITIONS OF MAIMONIDCS Somiiiarv Honors Ilahbi Gcililfarb Rabbi Israel Goldfarb. father of Mrs. Irving Lehrman and annual winter visitor here, received an honorary Doctor of Hebrew Literature degree from the Jewish Theological Seminary in New York recently. Rabbi Goldfarb. spiritual leader of one of the oldest synagogues in Brooklyn, Congregation Baith Israel Anschc Ernes, has served as rabbi there for 45 years. Founder of the Congregational Singing Movement. Rabbi Goldfarb is the composer of considerable amount of liturgical music, including the famous Sholem Aleichem. He was instructor of canterial music at the Jewish Theological Seminary for 20 years and is former president of the New York Board of Jewish Ministers. The citation to Rabbi Goldfarb was for "the exemplary manner in which he has served as a rabbi in Israel for almost half a century, the contributions he has made to synagogal music and his influence op those who know him. his high sense of devotion to God artd to Israel." Dr. Saslaw To Speak Mr. Milton S. Saslaw will be the principal'' speaker at the luncheon club meeting of the Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai B'rith Tuesday at 12:15 p.m. at Hamburger Hearth. 1459 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. He will discuss "Present Day Medical Care." Jack Gold, chairman, will preside. Rabbi Israel Goldfarb Anti-Klan Moet Sot For Tuosday A meeting has been called for 3:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Young Men's Christian Association to discuss the next move in a drive to outlaw the Ku Klux Klan in the state. The meeting was called by A. W. Gottschall, regional director of the National Conference of Christians and Jews. Gottschall is chairman of a committee organized to press for an anti-Klan law at the 1949 session of the state legislature. Spend Your SPRING VACATION at the De Soto Hotel and Health Resort SAFETY HARBOR. FLORIDA Rest and relax at one of the West Coast'i finest hotels. Spring Vacation rates of $8 per day, American Plan, effective now. TELEPHONE: CLEARWATER, FLA.. 2567 MIRRORS FINEST QUALITY — MADE TO ORDER IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Auto Class Installed --Furniture Tops Store Front Construction ADAMS GLASS SERVICE "If It's Glass We Hare If 1805 PURDY AVE., M. B. PH. 58-3758 OR 5-4318 Ask for ABE or IRVING RABINOWITZ Miami Hadassah Seats Leaders Installation of officers of the Miami Group of Hadassah was held recently in the Biscayne Room of the McAllister Hotel. Mrs. Murry Grossman, Southeastern regional vice president for the State of Florida, was installing officer, and Mrs. Morris C. Drapkin was mistress of ceremonies. The benediction was given by Mrs. Harold B. Cohen. Officers seated for the ensuing year were Mrs. H. C. Moser, president; Mrs. Lionel J. Silverman, first vice president; Mrs. David Sernaker, second vice president; Mrs. David Hess, third vice president; Mrs. J. H. Weitzner,.treasurer; Mrs. Joseph Sugerman, financial secretary; Mrs. Milton Weiner, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Rae Frome, recording secretary. At a board meeting held June 13 the following committee chairmen were named: Mrs. Lionel Silverman, H.M.O.; Mrs. David Sernaker, Youth Aliyah; Mrs. David Hess, new membership; Mrs. Jasper Cromer, re-enrollment; Mrs. Fred Ochs, Jewish National Fund; Mrs. Irving Querido, trees; Mrs. Harry Elson, Hadassah supplies; Mrs. Albert B. Rosenthal, youth services; Mrs. H. B. Cohen, bulletin; Mrs. L. Levitt, telephone; Mrs. M. Drapkin, program; Mrs. Sol Stokols, publicity; Mrs. M. Tendrich, political; Mrs. J. Pulver, American affairs; Mrs. A. Levitan, education; Mrs. H. S. Richman, hospitality; Mrs. S. Rovin, dramatics; Mesdames L. Heines and H. Bernstein, hostess; Mrs. A. Gold, community; Mrs. H. Lackey, Chai. Honorary presidents of the group are Mrs. Joseph Carp an


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1949 "Between You and Me" By BORIS SMOLAR (Copyright. 1948. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) ^JenisliFkrMiari COMMUNAL (1 rf Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds is already a to think in terms of preventing "crises" and" conflicts in tanning orRamza tions in 1950 ... A special committee of the ,,jn t"w's' will confer this month with major national agencies on CJ t ,'nd raising programs for 1950 ... At least nine proposals their iunu unl fication and stabilization of Jewish national fundconcerning United states are already in the hands of the Council Andla committee, headed by Julian Freeman, of Indianapolis, u oiin to weigh the P ros and cons of eacn • • • Tri0 various queshas -nvolvecl will be explored with national and overseas agei """It their views may be fully ascertained ... As soon as the 50 £ii!ips will begin to crystallize, they will be presented to the 1,088 mitics of the country so that the latter will be informed of u Hs being considered Keep your eyes on the very interesting t Mice of Jewish leaders of small Jewish communities wh : r in h„ rharmine resort of St. Joseph, Michigan. th< forpnee of Jewish leaders oi smau jewisn communities which will i niare in the charming resort of St. Joseph, Michigan, the week/nf June 17th This is the first time in the history of Jewish munitv organization in the United States that such a parley is K called • %  • Participating in it will be representatives of comI nities of 50 to 100 Jewish families, most of them scattered at great. xtsnres from each other and from big sister communities ... I I nrdine to the C.JF.W.F.'s latest reports, some fifty of these small i ih communities raised $3,800,000 last year for national and rseas causes • The conference will discuss many pha>Jewish life in the small town.^ ( g MILITARY ANALYSIS: Israeli plans call for a standing army of 25,000 and a large ready reserve on the Swiss model And Israeli military experts are now itudving in Switzerland the military establishments of that country These facts are disclosed in the current Book of the Year published last week by the Encyclopedia Britannica The volume, naturally lists the establishment of Israel as one of the major historic events of 1948 Interesting, however, is the analysis oreser.ted on the military victory achieved by the Israeli armed forces • • This analysis is written by Brigadier General Edwin I. Sibert commanding general of the U.S. Army Forces in the Antilles Gen. Sibert says that contributing to the defeat suffered by the Arab countries was their inability to reach any decision on unified command ... He points out that fear of the ambitions of King Abdullah of Transjordan blocked leadersnip from the Arab Legion, which he considers "the most competent military body" among the Arab armies Each of the participating Arab powers, he establishes, withheld Darts of their forces, anticipating jockeying for position after the" war ... As a result, the uncoordinated Arab forces attacked on widely-dispersed fronts and badly dissipated their efforts, he asserts ... On the other hand, he emphasizes that the Israeli Armv was •"highly efficient" and gained steadily in strength and skill as the struggle progressed ... He contributes a good deal of Israel's victory to the fact that about 200.000 of the Haganah members were veterans of the British forces in World War II And he emphasizes that as the Arab-Israeli war developed, the Israeli forces received arms "on an ever-increasing scale" from Europe, including Messerschmidt fighters from Czecheslovakia The Britannica Book of the Year also carries basic and interesting information on various other developments concerning the first year of the existence of the Jc wish state. Royal Palm AZA %  Mri-is Leaders Stepher. Kobley has been named president of the Royal Palm Chapter of AZA, Charles R. Jacobson, B'nai B'rith Council director, announces. The AZA club sponsors a five point program of activity for youths between the ages of 14 and 18 comprising social, cultural, religious, athletic and community service work. Also elected to serve with Kobley are: vice president, Sanford Hilderbrant; secretary, Jerry Fox; treasurer, Mark Reicher; sargeant-at-arms, Murray Cohen; assistant seargeant at arms Charles Mutter; historian, Arnold Strauss; reporter, Larry PerlmutJer; and chaplain, Norman Pollack. Miami Y Discussion Group To Meet Monday The next session of the Discusf_ n Group of the Miami Y will .* neld Monday evening at 8 0 dock, at the Y building. Topic lor discussion will be "The Presidc "ts Health Plan." Well-informed speakers on both sides of the question will participate in the discussion. The public's invited. Obituaries MYRON STERN Of 17.12 Collins Av Miami B> ed away this week He u survived by his wife, Bonia, and Rita, Services were at Kiysi.i.Memorial Chapel in Miami B icli Interim nl WM In Mt Nebo < emetery. NAT ZUCKERMAN .if % % % %  -. s\v 27th Avc, died law week. M.. is irvlved by his wife, p_nni Remains were sent to New York for ervl • and burial l>> ine r. i Memorial Chapel. SIMON "GLICKMAN Of -,:,i Meridian Ave.. Miami 1 • passed away last week. A r. this area for 12 years, he sisters, Fannie and Mollle Ren w re shipped to Philadelphia for Ices and Interment by the w Memorial Chapel. Auxiliary To Fete Vets Plans for a community sing for hospitalized veterans to be held at Pratt General Hospital on June 26 were discussed at a meeting of the Auxiliary of Norman Bruce Brown Post No. 174, Jewish War Veterans, at the Miami Y Monday night. Need Help In a Hurry?—Call A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE White and Colored Help Phones 9-5317 — 9.777 5i N. E. 6th Street AL MEIDENBERO, Owner Civic League Installs Jack A. Abbott, new president of the Civic League of Miami Beach, took office at the annual installation banquet Wednesday evening at Kitty Davis. Abbott succeeds James H. Ruby. Other officers installed were: Louis Gillman, first vice president; Milton Sirkin, second vice president; Herman Barnett, treasurer; Paul Greene, secretary. £ ,m B'nai B'rith Girls Install The annual installation of B'nai B'rith Girls No. 14 was held Sunday, June 5, at the home of Phyllis Schermer. Officers inducted at the ceremonies were Carole Jaffee, president; Toby Goluskin, vice president; Joy Davison, secretary; Renee Citrin, treasurer; Claire Weiss, reporter. Mrs. Ruth Gold served as installing officer. SUBSTIMES! Miami Hebrew School and Congregation held its first confirmation exercises Sunday evening, June S. Shown at the ceremonies are: (bottom row. 1. to r.) Marilyn S. Kostoff, Mrs. Simon April, Rabbi April and Eileen E. Duchon: (rear row, 1. to r.) Alvin Joel Moss, Sandra Ann Rosen, Saul Genet, superintendent of the Sunday School. Ann Shirley Jacobson and Matthew K. Becker. Ilcbbs To Hold "If Gen. Party" Debbs Chapter, B'nai B'rith Young Women, will sponsor a "Sixty Cent Party" for members and friends, tomorrow night at 8:30 at the home of Miss Charlotte Sandier. 1758 S.W. 23rd St. Square dancing, games and refreshments will be on the agenda. The informal party is being arranged bv Miss Sandier assisted by Mrs. Harry C. Simonhoff. Weather Man To Speak At Sholem Lodge Lunch Leonard G. Pardue of the United States Weather Bureau will be guest speaker at the weekly Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith luncheon meeting today at 12:15 p.m. in the Downtowner Restaurant. Sevbold Building. His topic will be •Operation of the Weather Bureau," which will be followed by a fifteen minute question and answer period. Plane Trip To Israel Alfred Stone, president of the Miami Beach Zionist District, has just been advised that the Mexican Zionist Organization has chartered a plane for an excursion to Israel. The plane will leave Miami July 3 for a 14-day stay in Israel. The cost for round trip is $685. Interested persons are asked to contact the Zionist office, 58-4643. 235 Lincoln Road. N.Y. Man Makes Gift For Study of Old Synagogues JERUSALEM, (JTA)—A systematic and thorough investigation of the remains of ancient synagogues in the Near East has been made possible through a donation of $50,000 for this purpose by Louis Rabinowitz, New York philanthropist. 0UNE] DAlIOfi orris Droth ers ONLY DEPARTMENT STORE ON THE BEACH 1261 Washington Avenue VISIT OUR BRAND NEW FASHION STORE 68-72 East Flagler Street GLASS FOR EVERY (iLASS PURP0 ? ., E SM STORE FROiCT PLATE sd WINDOW GLASS Furnltu,, Top.. Berelod Mirror, end ResUrerlng Our Specialty I* G. Glass and Mirror Works 136 S W aiu e. PHONE 3-4834 SJSS'StS' LOUIS GEHBER S. J. Freedman HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington AT*. Miami Beach Between Fourth and Fifth Sts. Hebrew ReUgioui Supplies For Synagogue! and Private Uie. Also for Hebrew Schools. 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PAGE SIXTEEN *JenthcrlJiarJ FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1949 Yeshiva Sabbath Set For Tomorrow 425 rabbis in 30 states in the United States, graduates of Yeshiva University, will set aside tomorrow as Yeshiva University Sabbath dedicating their Saturday morning sermon to discussing the program and objectives of America's first accredited university under Jewish auspices, announced Rabbi Isaac H. Ever, Southeastern director of Yeshiva University, at his local headquarters, 225 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. In addition to the graduates of Yeshiva University who will participate in this Sabbath program, 185 other rabbis, members of the Rabbinical Council of America and graduates of other Jewish theological seminaries, will also take part in the program. Graduates of Yeshiva University in Greater Miami are: Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, Cong. Beth Jacob; Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, Cong. Beth Tfilah and Rabbi Murray Grauer, Cong. Beth El. At Congregation Beth Jacob the guest speaker will be Rabbi Isaac H. Ever, Southeastern director Yeshiva University. This special Yeshiva University Sabbath has been arranged in conjunction with the Yeshiva University Dedication Week Exercises started June 12-19. Lewis It row 11 Dies At Age Of 75 Jo Ann Weiss Chosen Outstanding Senior Girl Jo Ann Weiss, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Weiss, was chosen as the outstanding senior girl of the year at Miami Beach High School. Miss Weiss was selected by the Miami Beach High School faculty for her scholarship, leadership, citizenship, reliability and personality. The award is the first of its kind and will be presented annually by the sponsors, the Greater Miami Alumnae Association of Phi Sigma Sigma sorority. For her honor, Miss Weiss received a gold cup presented by Mrs. Robert Rosen, president of the sponsoring organization. A similar cup was presented to the school. Paul I,. RexdioM Phone 5-7668 309 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach SPECIALIZING IN HOTEL INVESTMENTS 14 Year, of Experience in Building Conduction on Miami Beach LEO EISENSTEIN yf. j. FEUER DELICIOUSLY FAMOUS KOSHER DELICATESSEN Under Strict Rabbinical Supervision Approved by The Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Executive Director. The Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth, Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, Director. EXCLUSIVELY DISTRIBUTED IN MIAMI BY Southern Food Distributors, Inc. 1725 N. W. 7TH AVENUE MIAMI. FLORIDA PHONES 3-0021 and 2-6141-2 A TRULY NOLEN, President ECONOMY EXTERMINATORS WE SPECIALIZE IN 5 Year Guarantee On Both Subterranean and Dry Wood TERMITE CONTROL MIAMI OFFICE PHONE 2-2555 MIAMI BEACH OFFICE PHONE 5-3444 FREE INSPECTION /


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Full Text
N^yEloiriidliiQun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY
m
22NUMBER 24
ge| Protests To Security Council
ginst British Plan to Arm Arabs
re SUCCESS. (JTA) Au-
rban head of the Israeli
JJto the United Nations,
Slk submitted a protest to
Tcecuritv Council against
Jounced intention of the
sovernment to sell arms
^munition to Arab states
the fact that the U.N.
"embargo for the Middle
i has not been lifted.
-pressing the gratification of
.Israeli delegation with the
iihat "this intention has in no
r been endorsed or supported
.acting U.N. mediator or by
other organ or representa-
i of the United Nations," the
lorandum presented the fol-
Bgobservations of the Israeli
urnent:
Bv virtue or ifs predecessor's
tions on the Palestine iues-
the Security Council has
.jaken special responsibili-
tor the maintenance of peace
ourity in the Middle East.
responsibilities have on
| occasions specifically af-
| the question of arms sup-
the light of these facts
Article 103 of the Charter my
nent cannot believe that
dividual member of the Se-
Council possesses a uni-
1 right to modify and estab-
\ United Nations Dolicy.
The Arab states, to which
I renewal of arms supplies is
: contemplated, have so fir
to comply with the basic
tiple of the General Assem-
resolution of December 11
i calls upon the governments
lerned to seek agreement by
liations conducted either
e Conciliation Commission
Wy with a view to the
IJtlement of all questions
rtng between them.' De-
jthis dear injunction the
Isates have so far not agreed
Ito meet the delegation of
under the commission's
In the
and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
^E^aT:rBaTSi7. 1949

PRICE TEN CENTS
against
not to renew hostilities ,
Israel The invasion and waVf
aunched by Arab states in an at-
tempt to destroy Israel last year
mine.n0t con.d"cted with arama-
ments supplied specifically for
that purpose: my government
hopes that the need for dn-u
and unprejudiced negotiations be-
^een Israel and the Arab states
Z frearded ^ a" other gov-
ernments as a compelling reLoi
for objectivity and restraint
Cour, of Appeals this week up-
ntld a restrictive covenant bar-
ring the sale of land at a Lake
to^E^1" reso near he
decision, by Canadian Jus-
tice Kciller Mackay, was utilized
by the United States Attorney
General in obtaining a decision
to Jews or Negroes. Attorneys fm the U. S. Supreme Court de-
Wki1 *J!.ppcli.ants-Mrs. Annie |clann* that restrictive real estate-
Noble,
Wolf,
the
th
seller, and Bernard I covenants are unenforceable ]
ththcv witf^eXlS^f thU C3Se- Justice Mackay's princ-
the Supreme Court of Canada I'i116 W3S reVerSed by a Pvincial
The first decision in
lV4rcomVeteCrup-f
the right of the owner of
held
such property
to sell to a Jew.
White House Denies Truman Is Pressing
Israel To Admit Arab Refugees
%'s
six months which
d since the General
resolution none of
made a declaration of
?W to establish relations
._!*" "L My govern-
"ifflcerely hopes that this at-
1^1 S00n chane and that
l*Jisior of agreements in
* with Paragraph 5 of
'"esaid resolution of the
I Assembly w,n become a
objective of Arab policy
?rVuVVuh ,lhe terms
E f h'Ch CJeaiI-v defir,<*
, X of,kmember states to-
M6rh "ntU SUch Con"
ar! iJ; ^ever- lt wil1
mnlLf poss,ble to regard
g of arms to Arab states
esWrfh ffe PeUrposes
1 in k ,if thc Security
' the M.ddle East.
^^'nment is deeply
as Ml lnLSUch circum-
' armfc Xho, P,omise of
' may be a blow to the
*cle toCe,vfnd a gratu"
'Wannn t. n,the suess of
'5^f at a P^uliar-
*** this view, my gov-
ianT1 ^ inuenced by
fjnees that the dispatch
\Z 'S lnter'ded to as-
inrnmt'n,s t0 main-
"wrnal security, and <
WASHINGTON, (JTA) The
White House denied this week
to the Jewish Telegraphic Agencv
reports emanating from Lausanne
that President Truman had writ-
ten a letter to the Israeli gov-
ernment asking for the admission
of a substantial number of Arab
refugees to the Jewish state. A
White House spokesman em-
phasized that the problem was
being handled through regular
diplomatic channels.
It became clear here that the
new U.S. policy of insisting that
Israel absorb large numbers of
Arab refugees has so far been
formulated without, the partici-
pation of President Truman. At
the same time it was not clear
to what extent the President had
been advised of the shift in State
Department tactics, or whether
he approved of this shift.
Details of requests presented
by U.S. diplomatic representa-
tives to the government of Israel
for the readmission of Arab refu-
gees were learned here this week.
It was indicated that the State
Department agrees that all the
Arab refugees cannot be admitted
into Israel. However, a tentative
American conclusion is that per-
haps 200,000 of them might
eventually be returned to the
Jewish state and the rest ab-
sorbed in neighboring countries.
The requests presented by the
U.S. diplomats to Israel, it was
reported here, were made "in
firm language" by U.S. Ambassa-
dor James G. McDonald in Tel
Aviv, as well as by Mark Eth-
ridge, the American representa-
tive on the U.S. Palestine Con-
ciliation Commission who is leav-
ing his post within a few days.
Mayor Requests
Israeli Consulate
For Miami Area
Mayor Robert L. Floyd has re-
quested an Israeli consulate for i
Miami.
Mayor Floyd announced that i
he has written to Eliahu Elath. I
Israeli ambassador to the United
States, asking that a consulate
be established here.
"In view of the large element
of Jewish people in Greater Mi-
ami," the mayor said he be-
lived that there would be a great
demand for consular service here
in the near future. Because of
the keen interest in Israel mani-
fest in this area, Mayor Floyd pre-
dicted heavy travel between Mi-
ami and the young nation._____
reported to have em-
They are
phasized:
1. That Israel has not lived up
to the resolution of the U.N. Gen-
eral Assembly calling for the re-
patriation of the refugees as soon
as practicable.
2. That sympathetic action by
Israel is needed now to break the
stalemate in the U.N.-sponsored
Arab-Israeli peace talks at Laus-
anne.
3. That Israel's refusal to admit
a reasonable number of Arab
refugees constitutes a stumbling
block to a general settlement in
the Middle East and is also ham-
pering the Israeli-Syrian armis-
tice talks.
It is understood that the U.S.
government has suggested that
the best start for Israel to make
in the direction of repatriation of
Arab refugees would be to reunite
Arabs who fled Palestine with
their families who remained be-
hind. Israeli officials, it is learned,
reiterated that the refugee ques-
tion cannot be discussed except
as a part of the final peace settle-
ment.
Supreme Court Justice, from
whose decision the current appeal
was carried.
In a written statement in be-
half of the five-man court, which
handed down a unanimous deci-
sion, Appellate Chief Justice
Robertson rejected the arguments
of the appellants that the coven-
ant violated Canadian public
policy. "To magnify this innocent
and modest effort to establish
and maintain a place suitable for
a pleasant summer residence into
an enterprise that offends against
some public policy requires a
stronger imagination than I pos-
sess," Justice Robertson declared.
He added: "There is nothing
criminal or immoral involved;
the public interest is in no way
concerned."
Rabbi Abraham Feinberg,
chairman of the joint public re-
lations committee of the Cana-
dian Jewish Congress, central re-
gion, and the B'nai B'rith, com-
menting on the decision, which
he termed as "shocking," stated:
"The Court of Appeals excluded
the principle of public policy
from the restrictive covenant is-
sue, and thus ignored a unique
opportunity to affirm the spiritual
oneness of Canada. I am con-
vinced that public opinion takes
a broader view than the learned
judges."
Social Workers Meet
CLEVELAND, (JTA)Current
trends in Jewish community life
were discussed at the 50th annual
meeting of the National Confer-
ence of Jewish Social Workers
attended by more than 700 dele-
gates from all parts of the country.
Addressing the general session,
Mr. Levine emphasized that the
experience and knowledge ac-
cumulated by the more than 2,500
experts engaged in Jewish social
work in this country could be
utilized toward constructive ends
in manv facets of Jewish com-
munal life. "No other profession-
al group has access to, and ex-
perience with, a comparable
wealth of material about human
beings and human needs," he said.
U.N. Mediator Did Not
OK Arms Shipment
LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA) A
spokesman for Dr. Ralph J.
Bunche, United Nations acting
mediator for Palestine, made it
clear this week that Dr. Bunche
had not given authorization for
shipment of small arms by Britain
to certain Arab states. He dis-
closed that Sir Alexander Cacio-
gan, chief of the British mission
at the U.N., recently visited Dr.
Bunche and informed him of
Britain's plan to send small arms
to the Middle East, although thc
United Nations embargo on Pal-
estine arms shipment is still in
force.
Dr. Bunche, according to his
spokesman, informed Cadogan
that the U.N. Security Council's
provisions with reference to arms
shipments were clear-cut and only
the Council was in a position to
pass judgment on the British de-
cision.
Mrs. Welt To Head
World Jewish Group
Mrs. Joseph M. Welt, of De-
troit, president of the National
Council of Jewish Women, was
elected president of the Inter-
national Council of Jewish Wom-
en, which held a four-day meet-
ing in Paris, France, recently.
Mrs. Welt represented her or-
ganization at the meeting of the
International Council of Jewish
Women, which was attended by
representatives of Jewish wom-
en's organizations in Australia,
South Africa, Greece, Switzer-
land, Italy, Great Britain and
Canada, as well as the United
States.
The international organization,
established in Rome in 1912, has
been inactive since 1929 because
of world conditions. At the meet-
ing delegates unanimously voted
to re-establish the organization
to "unite the efforts of Jewish
women in all nations in behalf
of the urgent needs of their own
country and world Jewry."
Mrs. Edgar Menderson, of Cin-
cinnati, national board member
of the National Council of Jew-
ish Women and chairman of its
committee to reactivate the world
organization, was elected a na-
tional vice president of the In-
ternational Council of Jewish
Women.
Mrs. Elsie Elfenbein, of Jersey
City, N. J., executive director of
the National Council of Jewish
Women, was elected secretary-
treasurer by the delegates in
Paris. She and Mrs. Welt were
the delegates from the National
Council of Jewish Women.
The officers of the internation-
al organization will serve three-
year terms of office. The sessions
of the four-day meeting wore
held at the home for unattached
Jewish women which the Nation-
al Council of Jewish Women
maintains in Paris as part of Its
Overseas Service Program.
DP Camp Converted
MINICH, (JTA)The NeuFrei-
mann DP camp near here was
this week formally dedicated and
turned over to Jewish officials
as a processing center for DP im-
migrants from various parts of
Europe who are en route to Is-
rael. The camp was named in
honor of Col. David Marcus,
American Jewish war hero who
died near Jerusalem a year ago
during the war.
The first 500 DP's departed
from the center for Israel this
week, shortly after the comple-
tion of the formal ceremonies.
Beth David Lays Cornerstone Sunday
The cornerstone of the Beth
David Synagogue now being con-
structed at S.W. 3rd Ave., be-
tween 26th and 27th Roads, will
ceremonies Sunday
""'<' Talks Endangered By
^IMion Off Arms Shipments
Britain's
n h'niof the arms em-
'v inwfab .?tates would
* dpI, tlc with the
'fciRTh talkt- kraeli
^doutfe thls week
aereoT lhat Slnce only
Arab S/0^ of the
^ a viol, Pments would
>>icU htlon of the Se-
i of ar an. against the
**&;,.?e,ther side
1 small
ship-
arms !#- uiving meuiuiur
" to some Arab been consulted.
states did not constitute a lifting,
of the Palestine arms embargo
imposed after war broke out a
year ago. Only small arms wouid
be sent to some of the Arab
states for internal security pur-
poses, they declared. These d -
liveries would not in any way
affect the military balance in the
Middle East, they said.
The officials compared these
shipments to the recent delivery
of arms to Syria by France and
said that, as in that case, Dr.
Ralph J. Bunche, United Natidns
acting mediator for Palestine, had
Judge George E. Holt
afternoon between 4 and 5 p.m.,
according to Rabbi Max Shapiro,
spiritual leader of the congrega-
tion.
This event will mark the third
significant phase in what the
synagogue officers have termed
Beth David's March of Progress."
The first was the hallowing of
the ground, the second, the break-
ing of the ground and now the
third "and most impressive of
'all. the laying of the corner-
stone."
Participating in the program
will be many noted dignitaries
including the Hon. Robert L.
Floyd, mayor of Miami; Reverend
W. C. Wahl, president of the
Greater Miami Ministerial As-
sociation; Father John H. Mc-
Atee, pastor of Gesu Church;
Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan, president
of the Greater Miami Rabbinical
Association; Rabbi Simon April,
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation; Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff, Beth Jacob; Rabbi Max
Shapiro, Beth David Congrega-
tion. Principal address will be
given by Judge George E. Holt
of Miami, who has just returned
from a visit to Israel
Jacob Sher will act as chair-
Jacob
Rabbi Shapiro
man for the event.
An invitation is extended to all
Miami Jewry to attend these
services.
Anti-Discrimination
Ordinance Passed By-
Miami Beach Council
At Wednesday's meeting the
Miami Beach city council passed
on third reading an ordinance
prohibiting the use of signs which
discriminate against race, creed,
religion or denomination in Mi-
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FRIDAY, JUNE 17. 1940
Guests May Inspect
Brandeis Institutes
For the first time in the history
of Brandeis Camp Institutes, the
Zionist youth leadership training
camps, which are located in
Santa Susana, Cal., Winterdale,
Pa., and Hendersonville, N. C,
guests will be invited to visit
the premises.
This is the first year of activi-
ties for the camp at Henderson-
ville which will be open for in-
spection by invited guests be-
ginning the second week in July
and August.
Alfred Stone, president of the
Miami Beach Zionist District, has
announced that arrangements for
this visit are being made by S. A.
Goodman, chairman of Brandeis
Camp for the district.
On August 28 the students of
B.C.I, will present a pageant.
Guests will observe the pro-
gram of B.C.I., which consists of
study, work and recreation. In-
cluded in the curriculum are
courses on Jewish life and prob-
lems on the American scene:
problems facing world Jewry;
history, theory and practice of
Zionism; achievements and prob-
lems of Israel and principles of
group work. Two hours daily are
devoted to group singing and folk
dancing and there are lectures,
discussions and seminars as well
as workshops for groups in arts
and crafts, leadership techniques
and programming. Evenings are
devoted to a social program, in-
cluding singing, dancing, dramat-
ics, campfire, etc. The program
is planned by the campers them-
selves, with the assistance of the
professional staff.
In addition to the systematic
courses which will bo conducted
by a permanent staff of compet-
ent instructors, the institute will
have a number of visiting lec-
turers, each outstanding in his
field, who will discuss .special
subjects of interest. Each institute
has a well-equipped reference li-
brary.
The camp chairman requests
that all persons interested in ob-
serving camp activities call him
at the Zionist office, 58-4643.
Harry A. Cornblum
Harry A. Cornblum,
Beach Leader, Dies
Harry A. Cornblum, 58, Miami
Beach Jewish leader, died in a
Miami Beach hospital Thursday,
June 9 following a long illness.
A native of Russia, Mr. Corn-
blum was brought to this country
at the age of two. He came to
Miami from Cleveland, Ohio,
where he was a clothing manu-
facturer. He maintained a sum-
mer home in that city at the time
of his death.
A former vice president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
and a director of the Miami Beach
Zionist District, he was president
of Temple Beth Sholom in 1945
and was active in B'nai B'rith and
other Jewish organizations.
Mr. Cornblum is survived by
his wife, Leah, and a 14-year-old
daughter, Maxine.
Services were held at Temple
Beth Sholom with Rabbi Leon
Kronish officiating. Riverside Me-
morial Chapel in Miami Beach
handled arrangements and inter-
ment was in Mt. Nebo.
Louis Heiman, Milton Friedman Named
To National B'nai B'rith Offices
spearheaded the campaign to pur-
chase, remodel and furnish the
Hillel House at the University of
Miami.
Two Miami attorneys have been
elected to national B'nai B'rith
offices at the recent district con-
vention in Savannah, Ga., it has
been announced by E. Albert
Pallor, president of the Greater
Miami B'nai B'rith Council.
Louis Heiman, a past president
of District Grand Lodge No. 5,
was elected to serve a three year
term with the National Hillel
Commission and Milton A. Fried-
man, a past State Federation
president, was named to serve
for a three year period with the
National B'nai B'rith Youth Com- {
mission.
The Hillel Commission acts as
the governing body for 193
Hillel Foundations on college
campuses in the United States
and Canada, sponsoring a cul-
tural, religious, and social pro-
gram among Jewish college stu-
dents. Heiman has served as the
first president of the Miami
Hillel Advisory Council and
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Friedman is a past president
of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith of
Miami and is one of the organ-
izers of Hillel Foundations at the
University of Florida in Gaines-
ville at the University of Miami.
Other appointments of local
B'nai B'rith leaders at the recent
convention included the appoint-
ment of E. Albert Pallot and
George J. Talianoff to serve as
delegates to the Supreme Lodge
Convention in 1950. Pallot will
continue to serve as District No.
5 representative on the National
Veterans Committee.
Dropsie Honors
Barkley, Elath
PHILADELPHIA, (JTA)Vice
President Alben W. Barkley and
Israeli Ambassador Elishu Elath
received honorary degress last
week at the commencement ex-
ercises of Dropsie College for He-
brew and Cognate Learning. Vice
President Barkley received the
degree of Doctor of Humane Let-
ters and Ambassador Elath the
degree of Doctor of Laws. De-
grees were also conferred upon
four graduates of the 1949 class.
Kaplan To Head
Beach Jayeeew
A. J. Kaplan was named presi-
dent of the Miami Beach Junior
Chamber of Commerce Monday
night. He succeeds Marvin Kim-
mel.
Kaplan and William Wittan,
new vice president, will take
office July 1.
Also elected were seven di-
rectors: Edward Newman. Dr.
Stanley Coltune, Sidney Davidson,
Herbert Cohen, Irving Lerner,
Jack Gold and Milton Hornstein.
Under the organization's by-
laws Kimmel automatically be-
comes a director. The board of
directors names a secretary, a
treasurer and an historian, who
will become ex officio directors.
Beach Center School
Summer Session Will
Open Monday, June 20
The Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter announces the opening of the
summer session of its Daily Reli-
gious School, 1415 Euclid Ave.,
on Monday, June 20. The session
will continue until September 1.
Classes will be held daily from
10 a.m. to 12 noon.
Students registered for the
summer session will also have the
opportunity to take part in the
extra-curricula activities dra-
matics, arts and crafts, singing
and dancing, and athleticsof-
fered by the Center Religious
Schools.
Cub Pack 65 will meet during
the entire summer.
Miami Hebrew School To
Hold Fathers-Sons Fete
A fathers and sons breakfast
will be sponsored by the Miami
Hebrew School and Congregation
Sunday in the school building at
1101 SW. 12th Ave., Mrs. Harry
Steinbach, chairman of the ways
and means committee, has an-
nounced. Services will start at
8:30 a.m. and breakfast will be
served from 9 a.m.
E. L. Becker is in charge of
the program. Myron Coulton,
junior cantor, will deliver the in-
vocation, Armand Gerstel, junior
president, will give the welcom-
ing address, and Matthew Becker,
junior rabbi, will speak to the
fathers. Rabbi Simon April,
spiritual leader of the congrega-
tion, will address the gathering.
Mrs. Louis Sorosky is in charge
of refreshments, and will be as-
sisted by the Mesdames Harry
Steinbach, Louis August, Nor-
man Needelman, Michael Blank,
David Parnes, Max Jacobskind,
Ben Sokoloff and Simon April.
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Strictly Confidential
TJ!*i>fhrl Stranger Than Fiction
From a survey made by the
noted scholar, lecturer and au-
thor Max Lerner, It would seem
that anti-Semitism in the United
states "is about as bad as it was
at the end of the war" ... Dr.
Lcrncr js very definite in his con-
clusions ... He believes that a
supreme effort is being made now
"to mobilize and unite in a single
holding company all anti-Semitic
eroups in the country" ... If this
K truc.and we have no reason
to doubt Dr. Lernerthen all
this smooth talk about anti-Jew-
ish feeling being on the decline
is a lot of banana oil Yet our
defense agencies do not seem very
much alarmed about the state of
democracy in the Union Nor
do we hear any protests against
the expansion of the Ku Klux
Klan in northern states Stet-
son Kennedy, perhaps the fore-
most expert on the KKK, stated
the other day in an off-the-
record-talk that the Klan has re-
established itself in at least
twenty states ... It is an open
secret that the KKK is co-ordin-
ating its activities with such
groups as the Columbians, the
American Shore Patrol and the
Gentile Army General George
Van Horn Mosely who draws a
general's pension from the U.S.
government is once again one of
the key figures in efforts to unite
the hate-mongers in our country
... And while a revitalized anti-
Jewish movement spread all over
the 48 states of our Union, our
most important and most ex-
pensive defense organization, the
American Jewish Committee is
sending out releases to the press
about fantastic stories of anti-
Semitism in the Soviet Union .
Strange indeed.
Succtw
Michael Wager will be a feat-
ured player in the new Helen
Hayes production, opening on
Broadway this fall Well, if
you don't see the point in this
item, please take note that Mi-
chael Wager is none other' than
Mcndy Weisgal, son of Meyer W.
Weisgal administrative head of
the Weizmann Institute of Sci-
ence, who has just departed with
his family to establish permanent
residence in Rochovoth, Israel...
Wrong Accent
The delegation sent by the
American Jewish Congress to
Washington did not meet with
much success ... We are told
that when the members of the
delegation submitted the AJC
data on the failure of our gov-
ernment to carry through de-
nazification in Germany, several
senators were not very polite to
our emissaries One Senator
In particular raised his voice to
* nigh crescendo and shouted:
what more do you want, now
that, we gave you a Jewish State
m Palestine" ... We wonder
whether the Congress delegates
submitted to our State Depart-
ment a dossier on the recent Ger-
man Industrial Fair in New York
That dossier would have in-
cluded the astonishing facts thai
several of the Nazi firms invited
exhibit their wares in our
country were not just Nazi-owncd
but were actually firm* stolen
from ^wish owners during the
war But the American Jewish
Congress is not terribly affrmed
about the strengthening of NaSm
n Germany ... The Congress
leaders, now that Dr wK
counsel no longer prevails, are
task of expelling "radical" or-
ganizations from its membership
.Much of the Congress' energy
is devoted these davs to the case
against the Jewish People's
Fiaternal Order and the Ameri-
can Jewish Labor Council
The time has come to get rid of
these organizations, because they
are too progressive according to
the new Wise-less policy One
could easily conclude that the
new look of the American Jewish
Congress looks so much like the
old look of the American Jew-
ish Committee that one wonders
whether the Congress has
raison d'etre. .
PAGE THREE
North Dade Group Meets
The North Dade Jewish Center
held its fourth organizational
meeting last night at the North
Miami Town Hall. Plans were
discussed for a permanent loca-
tion and the acquisition of a
charter, according to Leonard L.
Kimball, temporary chairman.
Other temporary officers are
Joseph Keller and Joseph Rosen-
feld, secretaries.
NOW THERE'S MORE
BUDWEISER
...and there will
be still more as
our vast expansion
program continues
jun-
to
Personalia
Barney Ross the boxing ex-
champion is on his way to Israel
... He will be given a royal wel-
come by Bcigin's Freedom party
. A sports stadium is to be
named the Ross Stadium in his
honor David D Rutsto.i ,
professor of Preventive Medicine
at Harvard Medical Schools is
spending his vacation in Europe
teaching in the remaining DP
camps The Brooklyn-born G.
I., Daniel F. McCarthy who is giv-
ing up his American citizenship
to become a German had an im-
pressive anti-Semitic record in
his Brooklyn days ... His falling
in love with Germany is not a
sudden stroke ... He loved
Nazism for quite some time .
Samuel D. Cohen, public relations
Committee Chairman of the Cana-
dian Jewish Congress is very
much pleased with the decline of
anti-Semitism in Canada But
how can he explain the fact that
anti-Semitism is florishing in ali
the Universities of Canada .
And how about the strict "Gen-
tiles Only" policy for golf clubs
and residential sections, not only
in Quebec but also in Vancouver
and Winnipeg?
Harold Turk, new mayor of Miami Beach, is shown taking
over the gavel from Retiring Mayor Marcie Liberman. Turk was
elected mayor at a meeting of the Miami Beach council Friday
morning after piling up a record-breaking 5,718 votes in the
election last Tuesday.
BB Officers Meet
Newly elected officers and
board members of the Miami
Beach Chapter of B'nai B'rith
Women met at the Delano Hotel
yesterday for a luncheon and
board meeting. Mrs. Seymour
Satin, new president, officiated.
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FRIDAY. JUNE 17, ld4d
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EDITORIAL
israel Week
What the emergence of Israel as a sovereign
state with full membership rights in the United
Nations has meant to the psychology and self-
esteem of Jews the world over has become sub-
stantially apparent during recent months where-
ever Jews have held public conventions and con-
vocations.
The full weight of what Israel reborn will mean
to the more profound aspect of Jewish psychology,
the area of the religious spirit and cultural life,
has not yet come fully to light. It is to be hoped
that the forthcoming "Israel Week" which the
Mizrachi Organization of America is scheduled to
celebrate from June 19 through June 26, will be
an occasion for plumbing deeper into that area
of Jewish existence, for diagnosing the impact
of the Third Jewish Commonwealth upon Jewish
religious life everywhere, and for providing a
prognosis for the Jewish future in the diaspora.
Some American Jews, especially those of the
secular-nationalist conviction, will disagree with
whatever prognosis religious Zionists of the Miz-
rachi variety will suggest. Those who look upon
the problem more seriously and with greater
tolerance, will have their eyes riveted on the
convention.
True Zionists have never been troubled by the
charges of alleged "dual loyalty" and certainly
this has not been the case with members of the
Mizrachi movement. For to the religious Zionist,
Israel is more than a political state. Israel, to the
Mizrachist, is the birthplace of Judaism, the citadel
of the great spiritual bounties which Jews have
bestowed upon mankind, and it is to this Israel
which the religious Zionist turns in his daily pray-
ers. It is this relationship of the diaspora Jews to
AS TEACHERS TO
the new state which the Mizrachi "Israel Week"
will stress.
"Israel Week" will be an occasion of reaf-
firming the spiritual bond which links all Jews
to their ancestral home, and of providing a
prognosis of the Jewish future on the American
scene. What tangible form this reaffirmation and
prognosis will assume will be eagerly looked for-
ward to by all Jews, whether they agree or dis-
agree with the Mizrachi tenets.
Fact And Fancy
While our reactionaries in Congress are
whetting their swords against the amended DP
bill, the answer to their ludicrous and dishonest
arguments was supplied at the 50th annual con-
vention of the National Conference of Jewish
Social Workers.
The argument of the opponents of even the
slightest trickle of immigration has been that our
economy, the most fabulous in the world, cannot
absorb new people. These, and the so-called ideo-
logical foes of immigration, will not be convinced
by facts. Yet it is pertinent to call attention to a
factual report delivered on that issue by Professor
Herman A. Gray at the Cleveland meeting of
Jewish social workers. Dr. Gray, an authority on
employment problems and a professor of law at
New York University, was not debating the gen-
eral issue of immigration policy when he told the
conference that of the 100,000 Jewish displaced
persons who entered this country since 1940 more
than two-thirds were in the employable category
and that many of them entered business ventures
in which they gave employment to American
citizens. We are not familiar with the record of
the other groups who entered the country during
the same period, but it is safe to assume that the
facts are identical.
The truth of the matter is that those who would
shut our doors tightly to new immigrants are not
concerned with economics. They are the would-be-
builders of a political structure devoid of basic
decencies. They are the extreme nationalists
whose policies, if translated into reality, can only
lead to a purist state, with all its degrading con-
notations.
Beach Bans Discriminatory Advertising
By GILBERT J. BALKIN
Director Florida Regional Office Anti-Defamation League,
330 Seybold Building, Miami 32, Florida
Climaxing a four year educational and social action cam-
paign against social discrimination, led by the Florida Regional
Office, Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, the Miami Beach
city council has taken a forward moving step towards demo-
cratic community relations through the enactment of a com-
prehensive city ordinance making in the battle against bigotry and
it unlawful to maintain or dis- for democratic group relation-
play any advertising matter or
sign which is discriminatory.
Introduced by Councilman D.
Lee Powell, newly-elected vice
mayor, the unanimously adopted
ordinance is the true democratic
tradition. It makes unlawful the
placing, posting, maintaining or
displaying by any place of public
accommodation of advertisement,
notice or sign which discriminates
against any person or persons of
any religion, religious belief, sect,
race or denomination in the full
enjoyment of any advantages,
facilities or privileges offered to
the general public by places of
public accommodation, resort or
amusement. Stripped of its legal
verbiage, this historic enactment
by the Miami Beach city council
outlaws the use on signs or in
advertising matter of hate breed-
ing words such as "restricted
clientele," "Gentiles," "Gentiles
only," "selected clientele" and
other phraseology connoting the
undemocratic and un-American
practice of discrimination
Legal sanction for the adoption
of this forward moving measure
by the Miami Beach city council
was obtained through the passage
last month by the Florida Legis-
lature in Tallahassee of an En-
abling Act, specifically authoriz-
ing this ordinance. We are proud
of the role played by the legal
and legislative committee of the
Florida Regional ADL Office in
preparing and presenting the En-
abling Act to the Dade County
Legislative delegation, which en-
dorsed it unanimously. The City
of Miami Beach adopted the En-
abling Act as one of its local bills.
The actual drafting of the Enabl-
ing Act was performed by George
J. Talianoff, Miami Beach attor-
ney, chairman of the special leg-
islative committee of the Florida
ADL Office appointed to imple-
ment the campaign against re-
maining evidences of social dis-
crimination in Miami Beach, and
former Florida ADL director, in
cooperation with the Miami Beach
city attorney's office.
Actually, the history of the
Enabling Act and the just-adopt-
ed ordinance goes back four years
ships in Miami Beach. The role
of the many B'nai B'rith and
community leaders, who have
served and labored diligently on
the committee working on this
problem, cannot be stressed too
highly in recounting the history
behind the new ordinance. The
achievement would have been im-
possible without their inestima-
ble cooperation, counsel and guid-
ance.
In the fall of 1945, a survey was
made by the Florida Regional Of-
fice of all hotels and apartment
houses in Miami Beach to ascer-
tain the number of establishments
advertising discriminatory policy
and the manner in which sucn
discrimination was manifested,
that is by outside or inside signs,
brochures, correspondence, and
through other means. More than
60 such establishments were dis-
closed to be indulging in such
un-American practices. Simul-
taneous with the survey, a special
sub-committee of the Florida Re-
gional Office Advisory Board was
set up to devote itself to attack-
ing the problem of social dis-
crimination on Miami Beach.
Through the educational efforts
of such committee, the members
of which visited the offending
establishments to point out to the
owners and managers the un-
democratic nature of the discrim-
ination, a number of hotels and
apartments eliminated their dis-
criminatory advertising and prac-
tices.
Because there were some es-
tablishments which persisted in
discriminatory practices after all
reasonable approaches were made
to them, the special sub-commit-
tee recommended to the Florida
ADL Advisory Board that a spe-
cial ordinance be drafted to be
introduced in the Miami Beach
city council to prohibit the dis-
play of discriminatory signs. The
recommendation was adopted
after mature deliberation and the
ordinance prepared by the legal
committee, being unanimously
adopted by the Miami Beach city
council in May, 1947.
In July, 1947, a court test of
it came to be known, resulted
in the ruling by Dade County Cir-
cuit Judge Stanley Milledge that
the City of Miami Beach lacked
the power to enact such legisla-
tion.
Decision was accordingly
reached by the ADL advisory
board in September, 1947, to seek
an enabling act, containing legis-
lative authority for the City of
Miami Beach to pass this type of
ordinance, at the next session of
the Florida Legislature which
would convene in April, 1949. The
history subsequent to that time
is recounted above.
Such is the fascinating story of
one aspect of the struggle to
eliminate bigotry and achieve
harmonious intergroup relations.
Mayor Harold Turk, Vice Mayor
Powell, and the entire city coun-
cil of Miami Beach are to be
warmly commended and congrat-
ulated by all freedom loving per-
sons for their splendid and forth-
right leadership in enacting into
law this comprehensive ban on
discriminatory advertising. This
ordinance should add materially
to the dignity, good name and
welfare of the people of Miami
Beach, and in communities
throughout the state of Florida.
Congratulations to the Miami
Beach city council for a job well
done.
B'nai B'rith Sets Up
Monsky Foundation
WASHINGTON, (JTA) Es-
tablishment of a $2,000,000 Henry
Monsky Memorial Foundation to
sponsor religious, charitable and
educational projects designed to
"enrich American Jewish life,"
was announced this week by
Frank Goldman, president of
B'nai B'rith.
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AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE
CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, MAKING IT
UNLAWFUL TO MAINTAIN OR DISPLAY ANY
ADVERTISEMENT, NOTICE OR SIGN WHICH IS
DISCRIMINATORY AGAINST PERSONS OF ANY
RELIGION, SECT, CREED, RACE OR DENOMINA-
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DATION, AMUSEMENT OR RESORT, DEFINING
PLACES OF PUBLIC ACCOMMODATION, AMUSE-
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PENALTY FOR THE VIOLATION OF THIS OR-
DINANCE.
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE
CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA:
SECTION 1: It shall be unlawful for any person, firm,
association or corporation in the City of Miami Beach, Florida,
as owner, lessee, operator, manager, superintendent, conces-
sionaire, custodian, agent or employee of any place of public
accommodation, resort or amusement, as hereinafter defined,
to place, post, maintain or display, or knowingly cause, permit
or allow the placing, posting, maintenance or display of any
written or printed advertisement, notice or sign of any kind
or description, which said advertisement, notice or sign is
intended to or tends to discriminate directly or indirectly
against, or actually discriminates against any person or persons
of any religion or of any religious belief, sect, race or de-
nomination in the full enjoyment of any advantages, facilities
or privileges offered to the general public by places of public
accommodation, resort or amusement.
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amusement, within the meaning, intent and purpose of this
ordinance, shall be deemed to include inns, taverns, road
houses, hotels, apartment hotels, whether conducted for the
entertainment of transient guests or for the accommodation of
those seeking health, recreation or rest, and restaurants, or
eating houses, or any place where food is sold for consumption
on the premises; buffets, saloons, barrooms or any store, park
or enclosure, where spirituous or malt liquors are sold; or where
beverages of any kind are retailed for consumption on the
premises; retail stores and establishments, dispensaries, clinics,
hospitals, bath-houses, barber shops, beauty parlors, theatres,
motion picture houses, air dromes, roof gardens, music halls,
race courses, skating rinks, amusement and recreation parks,
fairs, bowling alleys, golf courses, gymnasiums, shooting gal-
leries, billiard and pool parlors; public libraries or educational
facilities supported in whole or in part by public funds or by
contributions solicited from the general public; and public
conveyances operated on land, air or water as well as the
stations and terminals thereof.
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ardinance, the production of, or proof of the display or main-
tenance of, any such written or printed notice or advertise-
ment purporting to relate to any place of public accommoda-
tion, shall be presumptive evidence that such display or main-
tenance was authorized by the person, firm, association or
corporation maintaining and operating such place of public
accommodation.
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ordinance shall be held or declared invalid or unconstitutional,
such adjudication shall in no manner affect any other section,
sentence, phrase, word or words of this ordinance which shall
be and remain in full force and effect.
SECTION 5: Any person or persons violating this ordi-
nance shall, upon conviction thereof, be punished by a fine
not exceeding $500.00 or by imprisonment in the City Jail for
a term not exceeding ninety (90) days, or by both such fine
and imprisonment in the discretion of the Municipal Judge.
SECTION 6: That this ordinance shall go into effect im-
mediately upon its passage and posting as required by law.
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nUDAYJUNEj!- 1949.
Dorothy Kcyser
Weds S. Abramowitz
At Parents' Home
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PAGE FIVE
Sholom Lodge To Harris. Morgan Cashman To Become Bar Mitzvah
Sponsor I'ienir
De Warren
Mrs. Stanley Abramowitz
At a twilight ceremony at the
home of the bride's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Adolph Keyser, 1455
S.W. 18th St., Dorothy Keyser
became the wide of Stanley
Abramowitz, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Abramowitz, 935 S.W.
11th Avc. Rabbi Murray Grauer
performed the rites before a fire
place banked with white gladioli
and greenery.
For her wedding the bride
chose a gown of white marquiset-
te with high neckline, fitted
bodice and flared, ankle length
skirt trimmed with lace. She
carried a white bible adorned
with white orchids.
Attendants of the bride were
Mrs. Morris Josepher and Ruth
Keyser, her sister. Both wore
white gardenia corsages. Terry
Kane was best man.
The couple left for a wedding
trip immediately after the wed-
ding reception which was held
on the floral decorated terrace of
/fame's.
A. Gottesman Entertains
Alfred Gottesman was host at
a dinner party in honor of his
nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs.
Herman Schlessinger, who are
visiting here from Pittsburgh.
Present in the Martinique dining
room scene of the dinner party
were Jean Orlin of New York,
Movie Actress Elizabeth Taylor,
her fiance, William Douglas Paw-
ley. Jr.. and his father, the former
ambassador to Brazil and present
owner of the Miami Transit Co.
Sholem Lodge will stage its
annual Father's Day picnic Sun-
day starting at 11 a.m. at Mathe-
son Hammock. John Kronenfeld,
president, has announced.
A full day of game* and sports
contests for the whole familv has
*en planned by Perry Botwin
nu Sam Messer. Prizes will be
awarded to the winners and con-
solation nrizes to all participants.
Members aie asked to bring
their own picnic baskets anu
tnolem Lode will provide ice
old drinks free f charge.
Barbara Yujfey
Barbara Yaffey Awarded
Columbia Scholarship
Miss Barbara Yaffey. daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Yaffey,
2074 Prairie Ave., Miami Beach,
was recently awarded a scholar-
ship to study for her Ph. D. in
English at Columbia University.
The award was based on a com-
petitive examination in which
over 700 applicants participated.
Miss Yaffey, who has special-
ized in semantics, received h< i
B.A. from the University of Wis-
consin in June of 1948. For the
past year she has been studying
at Columbia and has just received
her master's degree with honors.
During this period Miss Yaffey
has been given the privilege of
conducting several classes at Dal-
ton School.
Mrs. Matilda Ratner has been
presented with the National
Certificate of Award in rec-
ognition of her work as chair-
man of the local S. O. S. drive.
it was learned today. The
award was given by the Ameri-
can Jewish Joint Distribution
Committee. Under Mrs. Ratner s
chairmanship. Greater Miami
tent over 170.000 pounds of re-
lief supplies to Europe's needy
Jews. Local Jewish leaders as-
sisted in the drive. _________
Hospital Receives Gift
Mrs. Sidney Weintraub, chair-
man of the women's division ot
the March of Dimes recentlj
presented a check for $30,000 to
the South Florida Children s Hos-
pital now being construe cd on a
22-acre tract west of Coral Gables.
The money is to be usedI in
equipping and furnishing a v,ard
for polio patients. It is expected
that the hospital will be ready
for operation on January i.
Symphony Hour
The Freedom House symphonic
hour will be held tonight at 8.30
at 4323 Collins Ave., Miami
Beach.
Louis Giass, director, has an-
nounced that tonight's prfjam.
wll include Three Rnce5s
Schumann. Symphony No. 5 b>
RgfRWWB ffiSM?
and Beethoven's Pa'hetique
In fair weather the symphonic
hour is conducted in the patio.
H Wins Medal
Janet Schonwald, 17-ycar-old
i Beach High School stu-
dent, is the first Floridian to be
awarded the Notre Dame medal
by the French
government for
excellence i n
French.
Janet, who
first received the
highest standing
for a student in
third year
French in Flor-
ida, went on to
take first place in
the southeastern
states.
The annual
contest is spon-
sored by the American Associa-
tion of Teachers of French.
The student, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Emanuel Schonwald,
2363 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach,
has not only received honors in
French, but was recently award-
ed a medal as the outstanding
pupil in first year Spanish. She
is also studying Russian privately.
Miss Schonwald recently
passed college entrance examina-
tions that will allow her to enter
Barnard College in New York
City without completing her
senior year in high school.
Stephen McNulty
Harris and Morgan Cashman
Hebrew Teaehers
Xante Leaders
David Friedman was named
president of the Hebrew Teach-
ers' Association of Greater Mi-
ami at a meeting Sunday at Beth
David Talmud Torah. Others
elected to office were Louis Gor-
don, first vice president: Joshua
Stadlan, second vice president;
Max Berkman, treasurer; Mrs.
Joshua Stadlan, secretary.
Unanimous approval was given
by the group to a proposal for the
establishment of a Taknoon or
code that would embrace such
problems as salary, tenure of po-
sition, vacations, standards, etc.
"Since the Hebrew teachers are
charged with the responsibility of
transmitting a sacred heritage to
our Jewish children," Friedman
said, "they must have the peace
of mind which can only be ac-
complished by the adoption of a
Taknoon. Such a code would ele-
vate the status of Yeshiva, He-
brew School and Hebrew Teacher
and thereby benefit the whole
community."
Joshua Stadlan reported to the
croup on the Atlantic City con-
vention of the Hebrew teachers
and other national Jewish edu-
cational bodies.
Mr. and Mrs. Mortimer C.
Gottlieb, 790 Lakeview Dr., Mi-
ami Beach, announce the Bar
Mitzvah of their twin sons, Harris
Stephen and Morgan Alan Cash-
man, tomorrow morning at 9
o'clock at the Miami Beach Jew-
ish Center, 1701 Washington Aye.
The boys will be the first twins
to become Bar Mitzvah at the
Center. Rabbi Irving Lehrman
will officiate. The twins are stu-
dents at North Beach Junior High
and are members of the Boy
Scouts.
A buffet luncheon will follow
Herbert Kaplan Feted
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kaplan,
1000 Meridian Ave., recently
honored their son, Herbert, at a
dinner oarty at the Shclbo rne
Hotel. The Kaplans daughter,
Barbara, was joint hostess.
Among the guests were the young
man's grandparents. Mr. ara
\l!s Morns Kaplan. Miami
Belch, and Mr. and Mrs. David
Miller, Lancaster, Pa.
Others wno attended the affair
were Mrs. Morris Friealand.Phil-
adelphia, and Harold and Samuel
Friedland; Mr. and Mrs. Sam
KrlSS. Philadelphia; Mr. and
Mrs Louis Hauseman, Mi. and
M Kuis Plaks, Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Porter. Hollywood.
Mr. and Mrs Kaplan w.lUoon
Hampshire.
Bernard Goldstein
Bernard Goldstein
To Become Bar Mitzvah
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Goldstein of
Gahix, Va., announce the Bar
Mitzvah of their son, Bernard, to
be held tomorrow morning at 9
o'clock at Congregation Beth El.
500 S.W. 17th Ave.
The Bar Mitzvah is the grand-
son of Mrs. Gus Ginsburg, 2323
S.W. 21st Ave.
Beinard is a student of Shenan-
doah Junior High .School.
A reception will follow the
ceremonies in the Dora August
Memorial Hall of the synagogue
Friends of the family are invited
to attend.
the service.
Mr. and Mrs. Gottlieb will
honor the young men at a dinner
at the Saxony Hotel. A reception
will follow in the Shell-I-Mar
Room of the hotel.
Out-of-town guests who will
attend the ceremony are Mrs.
Gottlieb's brothers and sisters-in-
law, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Gold-
berg, Brookline, Mass., and Mr.
and Mrs. Yale Goldberg, Newton,
Mass.
Mass., and Mrs. Gottlieb's mother,
Mrs. Oscar Poplinski, Worcester,
Mass.
Marriage Plans Revealed
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Miller, 2381
S.W. 11th Terr., announce the ap-
proaching marriage of their
daughter, Marjorie, which will
take place Saturday night, June
25, at 7:30 at their home. Im-
mediate families are invited to
attend the ceremony which will
be performed by Rabbi Max
Shapiro.
On Sunday afternoon, June 26,
at 3:30 the Millers will be hosts
at a reception in honor of the
newlyweds. No personal invita-
tions will be issued to the Sunday
afternoon affair. Relatives and
friends are invited to attend.
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FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1S49
Miss Tannen Graduates
Carole Tannen. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. I. Tannen, 1725 Calais
Dr., Miami Beach, graduated
from the University of Miami on
Ardmore
Carole Tannen
June 6 with a Bachelor of Arts
degree.
A graduate of Miami Beach
High. Miss Tannen served as
president of Delta Phi Epsilon
sorority at the university, vice
president of Hillel, treasurer of
the junior and senior classes and
vice president of Panhellenic.
MLss Tannen is spending her
summer in New York, where she
will be counselor at Camp May-
fair, Hunter, N. Y. She will re-
turn to Miami Beach in Septem-
ber.
Ronald J. Mann, formerly of
Coral Gables, graduated tumma
cum laud* from the University
of Florida last week. A gradu-
ate of Ponce de Leon High
School, Ronald was elected to
Phi Beta Kappa and Phi Kappa
Phi. He will enter Tulane Medi-
cal School in September.
Newsbriefs
Opening of the Paramount and
Varsity Photography Studios by
Lee Dennison at 178 S.W. 17th
Ave. has been announced.
Beach BB Lodge
Plans Patriotic
Bally July 4th
Plans are being readied for the
mammoth second annual Ameri-
canism Rally to be sponsored by
Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith,
on July 4 at 8:15 p.m. in Fla-
mingo Park, Miami Beach.
Invitations have been extended
to state and city government of- (
ficials to participate in the tradi-.
tional patriotic event, according
to an announcement by President
David R. Isen. Chairman of the
event is Godfrey K. Newmann, a
vice president of Miami Beach
lodge.
A tentative program will in-
clude an address by Mayor Har-
old Turk and the introduction of
all B'nai B'rith Lodge and Chap-
ter presidents. The AF of L Mili-
tary Band will play patriotic
numbers to headline the musical
portion of the program. The Mi-
ami Beach Boy Scout Troop and
Jewish War Veterans units have
been invited to participate in the
presentation of the color guard.
A capacity crowd is expected to
attend. All B'nai B'rith Lodges.
Chapters an d Youth Groups,
totaling more than 3,000 persons
in the Greater Miami area, will
be on hand to celebrate the
patriotic observance.
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Miami Y Women's Group
To Hold Water Show
The Women's Group of the Mi-
ami Y will hold a water show
and swim dance, at the Bay Har-
bor Pool and Cabana Club, 9660
Bay Harbor Terr., Miami Beach,
on Sunday, June 26, at 8 p.m.
Mrs. Bernice Dubler is in
charge of the swim dance and
Abe "Rocky" Rochstein, athletic
director of the Miami Y, is re-
cruiting talent for the water show.
Admission is $1, plus tax.
Ardmore
Mrs. Alexander Kogan, who was installed as president of the
Miami Beach Group of Hadassah at a recent luncheon at the
Martinique Hotel. Miami Beach, receives the gavel from Mrs.
Benjamin B. Goldstein, retiring president.________________
Beth El Sisterhood To
Hold Father's Day Affair
The Sisterhood of Congregation
Beth El will hold a Father's Day
celebration and games party
Sunday at 8 p.m. in the Dora
August Memorial Hall of the
synagogue, 500 S.W. 17th Ave.,
according to an announcement by
Mrs. Charles Stahl, president.
In charge of the affair are Mrs.
Max Rappaport, Mis. Harry Klein
and Mrs. Stahl.
Hospital Staff To Dance
The staff of the Alton Road
Hospital, Miami Beach, will hold
its annual dance June 25 in the
patio of the Sorrento Hotel. Mai
Malkin and his orchestra will
play for dancing.
On the committee in charge of
the affair are Amy Adelson, Mrs.
Beate Walterman, Mrs. Isobel
Sneeden and Mrs. Kathleen Brad-
bury.
IIVsm'Ii II.Mlassali
Executive Meets
First executive meeting of the
newly elected board of Miami
Beach Group of Hadassah, was
held at the Saxony Hotel, Miami
Beach, on June 13, with Mrs.
Alexander Kogan, newly in-
stalled president, presiding.
Chairmen of committees were ap-
pointed and tentative plans were
formulated. Mrs. Kogan was
hostess at luncheon following the
meeting.
A regular board meeting will
be held at the Saxony Hotel on
Monday. June 27, followed by a
dutch treat luncheon.
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JEWS IN SPORTS
Now that the baseball ban has did-only the zone defense. I sup-
been lifted on players who -
jumped their teams to go to Mex-
ico look for Harrv Feldman to
make a concerted effort to regain
his post with the New York
Giants. At 29 Feldman should
have a few good years of base- %L 'L^Jl^J Sf *?
pose this comes from soccer which
is their big sport.
"I lectured at the school and
after I had been there several
flays I got there early before a
lecture and some of them
ball left in his hurling arm.
The big obstacle in his way is
the fact that Manager Leo Duro-
cher doesn't think the Jewish lad
is good enough to twirl in the
majors. Feldman was a winning
pitcher during the war years but
the blind and the lame are gone
from the big time. Leo the Lip
isn't encouraging the boy al-
though he must receive a trial
under the ukase handed down by
Commissioner Happy Chandler.
With the Giants desperately in
need of pitching it seems that
Feldman should be of some aid.
were butting the ball with their
heads and playing it off their
feet, as in soccor, so I said to
them, 'You know that's sacrile-
gious, It's like mixing water with
good wine. When you play
basketball, you play basketball.'
"All in all they were a wonder-
ful group. I can't talk about sports
over there without straying from
the subject. I think of those
people with so little with which
to work, the hundreds of little
settlements throughout the coun-
try where they start from scratch,
and they want sports.
"Their idea is to stress four
The Jewish hurler was tossing sp0lts. They wan{ basketball and
M. Nasatir
Kasatir. has become one of the
best known Jewish programs in
the South. A special Father's Day
program has been arranged in
honor of the occasion.
Nasatir has been affiliated with
the Jewish theatre for 45 years
as prompter, playwright and
manager.
. The program is aired on Sun-
day from 12 noon to 1:30 p.m.
and on Tuesday from 6 to 7 p.m.
Miamians Named
m Officers
Miami Beach and Miami pro-
vided five of the six officers in-
tailed Monday night at a ban-
1 uet at the Ritz Plaza Hotel which
dosed a two-day session of Dis-
trict 5 of the B'nai B'rith Young
Women.
The convention was attended
by delegates from six Atlantic
Coast states from Maryland south
to Florida. Sessions were presided
over by Mrs. Harry Yolles, Wash-
ington, retiring president.
Officers installed at the ban-
quet were: Rosalind Morris, Mi-
". president: Elaine Schwartz,
Miami Beach, first vice presi-
dent; Ros, Cooper, Washington,
cond vice president; Dolores
Levich, Miami, secretary; Thelma
wppaport, Miami, treasurer; and
Charlotte Sandier, Miami, his-
torian.
The organization approved a
Plan to send a "deserving" child
a summer camp each year. The
wild is to be selected without
regard to race or creed.
Lhosen to attend the national
wnvention of the B'nai B'rith
roung w.mu-n next December,
Probaoiy in Chicago are: Beverly
(jocn, Miami; Donna Feldman,
ami; Ellen Seligman, Washing-
^and Rose Semel, Baltimore.
them up for Sherbrooke in the
independent Canadian loop that
has taken so many of the banned
players to its bosom. The pay at
Sherbrooke was adquate but cer-
tainly a far cry from what Harry
could draw from the Giants.

Ex-welterweight leader Barney
Ross is suffering terribly from
his ulcers and has had a recur-
rence of his malaria attacks. The
former boxing champ will have
to undergo treatments for a year
before he can remedy his stomach
ailment.

Nat Holman has told more
about his recent visit to Israel
where he coached the boys in our
favorite winter pastimebasket-
ball. "I gave the boys two hours
every morning and three hours
every afternoon. It was some-
thing that impressed me deeply,"
he explained. "I mean here was
a young country still suffering
from labor pains, trying to handle
30,000 displaced persons a month,
and at the same time launching a
sports program, trying to develop
sports.
"They gave me a class of about
forty that they had drawn from
four groups. There was a group
from Hapoel and one from the
Maccabi. Then there were the
teachers and trainers and people
from the Army, and there was
also a selected group of the better
players.
"Now I've conducted coaching
clinics before, but this was a
little different. I speak Yiddish
to a certain extent but do not
speak Hegrew, the language of
the country. So I had an inter-
preter, an American Army boy
who had gone over there to live. I
don't know whether he had ever
played basketball but he under-
stood the game, and we got along
very well.
'The game as they know it over
there is a little different from
ours. They play what I would
call European basketball. I mean,
for example, that they playor
then swimming because they are
right on the sea, then soccer and
track and field. A group such as
the or.e which I worked with will
go out and teach other groups.
They seemed to pick it up quick-
ly, and toward the end I was
dividing them into teams, to woik
out the thing on which I lectured.
"I would tell one team to play
a zone defense and the other to
play man to man. Neither team
knew what I told the other, and
then after a time out I would
change assignments. When one
team switched from a zone the
other put on all court passes. If
one was using a single pivot 1
had the other club use a double
pivot, and in that way I think
they got a fairly comprehensive
picture of how we play basket-
ball.
"I found that they knew the
namci of all of our better known
coaches and learned that they
read all the standard works on
the game. They are familiar with
the names of our better boxers.
They haven't much interest in
baseball because land is too valu-
able to lay out large diamonds.
"My greatest thrill came when
I reached a little settlement in
the north of Galilee where one
of the leaders was a N.Y.U. grad.
He brought out three or four boys
who had gone to City College and
they gave me an 'Allagaroo,'
City's famous cheer. And there I
was in Israel."
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FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 191
Adcle Ziff Pledged
To Gerald Klugerman
The engagement of Adele Ziff
to Gerald Klugerman, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Klugerman, 1552
Washington Ave., Miami Beach,
Adele Zi/f
has been announced bv her
mother, Mrs. Mary Ziff, 609 N.W.
44th St.
Daughter of the late Oscar Ziff,
the bride-elect is a graduate of
John R. Buchtel High School.
Akron. Ohio, and is now serving
as president of the Sharct Chap-
ter of B'nai B'rith Young Women.
Her fiance attended schools in
Brooklyn. New York, and the
University of Miami. A veteran
of three yean overseas service
with the Army Air Corps. Mr.
Klugerman is associated with the
Carnival Sweet Shoppes,
Joanne Greenwood
Joanne Greenwood to
Marry in September
A September wedding is being
planned by Joanne Greenwood
whose betrothal to Stanley Tatc
has been announced by her par-
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Morton Green-
wood. 324 South Shore Dr., Mi-
ami Beach.
Miss Greenwood was graduated
from Casement Junior College.
Ormond Beach, iind attended the
University of Florida.
Her fiance, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Tatelman. New York, is a
graduate of the Lear School and
the University of Florida, where
he was a member of Tau Epsilon
Phi.
Personally Speaking
Alfred Aronovitz arrived from Cambridqe, Mass., yesterday
afternoon to spend the summer with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Aronovitz, 2130 S.W. 21st Ave. Alfred is a senior at Harvard
College.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Chaves wish their friends to know that
they have moved from 310 Meridian Ave. to 1800 James Ave.,
Miami Beach.
* *
Mrs. Sophie Miller. 1919 S.W. 17th St., left this week to
spend a few months with her son and daughter-in-law, Dr. and
and Mrs. Miller. 5 Lynbrook Road, West Hartford, Conn., and
their children.
* *
Mrs. Milton Myers and son, Jackie, have arrived to spend
a month with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nat Ehrlich, 1519 Penn-
sylvania Ave., Miami Beach. During her stay Mrs. Myers will
attend the graduation of her brother, Harvey Jerome Ehrlich,
from Miami Beach High School.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel L. Budlow, 1104 Ocean Dr.. Miami
Beach, will leave for Baltimore, Md., to attend the wedding of
their niece. Former residents of Baltimore, the Budlows will be
guests at the Lord Baltimore Hotel during their stay.
-* *
Mrs. Alexander Kogan was hostess at a luncheon for the
executive board of the Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah, of
which she is president, on Tuesday at the Saxony Hotel.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. David A. Hess, 2190 S.W. 10th St., accom-
panied by their son, Jay, and daughter, Louise, will leave to-
morrow for a motor trip to California. They will return to Miami
after July 4th. Upon their return, Mrs. Hess' parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Abe Katz of New York will be their houseguests.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Eisenberg of West Palm Beach recently
left for an extended visit to Worcester, Mass., their former home.
Mr. Eisenberg is vice president and Gabba of Congregation
Beth El in West Palm Beach.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Burns and daughter, Marjorie, former-
ly of West Palm Beach, are making their home in South Miami.
* -X
Mrs. Saul I. Kencholz and daughter, Helene, left last week
for New York. From New York they will tour the United States
and Canada. Mr. Kencholz will join them in September and
they will spend the High Holidays in Israel.
*
Jerry Stahl is in this city following ten days in Biloxi, Miss.
* *
Paul Raff of Miami left recently for a vacation in East
Atlantic Beach, New York.
* *
Tau Alpha Omeqa sorority will hold its house party at the
Delano Hotel instead of the Ritz Plaza, as previously an-
nounced.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Bromberg and daughter, Jean, 2350
S.W. 17th Terr., are leaving for a motor trip to Connecticut to at-
tend the wedding of their niece. They will spend about two
weeks.
* *
Miss Faye Stein, New York winter visitor to Miami, en-
joyed a brief sojourn in West Palm Beach recently.
J
Bernice Namoff Married To David K. Rubin
On Parents' 29th Wedding Anniversary
Betrothal Announced
The engagement ar.d approach-
ing marriage of Roberta Yeslow
to Larry Kaplan have been an-
nounced by her parents. Mr. and
Mrs. H. Yeslow, 11 N.E. 8th St.
A graduate of West Philadel-
phia High School. Philadelphia,
the bride-elect is a member of
Debbs Chapter. B'nai B'nth. and
is employed by Prudential In-
surance Co.
Her fiance, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Kaplan, 1127 N.E.
163rd St.. North Miami Beach,
attended Miami High and Tech-
nical High. He served in the
Army in Europe for three years
and is now affiliated with his
grandfather's contracting firm.
Mr. Kaplan's brother, Gilbert,
a marine who has just returned
from Guam, will serve as best
man at the wedding which will
take place July 9.
The marriage of Bernice Nam-
off to David Kenneth Rubin Sun-
day marked the twenty-ninth
wedding anniversary of her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Nam-
off. 1300 S.W. 16th Ave.
Rabbi Murray Grauer per-
formed the ceremony which was
held at 5 p.m. at Congregation
Beth El and was followed by a
reception in the temple hall.
The bride wore a white slipper
satin gown with high V neck,
full length tapering sleeves,
bustle back drapery and a court
train. Her fingertip illusion veil
extended from a seed pearl
coronet. Her white bible was
adorned with an orchid and
stephanotis streamers.
Sydell Namoff, maid of honor
for her sister, chose a blue net
gown for the occasion. She carried
red roses. Mrs. Robert Kutner,
another sister, served as matron
of honor in aquamarine lace. Her
flowers were talisman roses. Ar-
thur Rubin was best man for his
brother.
The bride's mother wore a blue
crepe dress accentuated with gold
trim. Her corsage was of orchids.
The bridegroom's mother chose
blue lace with a corsage of talis-
man roses at the waistline.
A graduate of Miami Senior
High, the bride attended Drake
Business College in New York.
Mr. Rubin is a graduate of Mi-
ami Beach High School and at-
tended the University of Miami.
Upon their return from a wed-
ding trip, the couple will return
Jacqueline Freeman, Bart L. Cohen
Speak Vows In Double Ring Ceremony
Before an improvised altar of
white gladioli and peonies com-
bined with palms and lighted
tapers, Miss Jacqueline Margot
Freeman was married to Bart
Leonard Cohen in the presence
of their immediate families. Rab-
bi Colman A. Zwitman officiated
at the double ring ceremony
which took place Thursday, June
9, at 7 p.m. in the Mirror Room
of the Saxony Hotel.
The bride is the daughter of
Mrs. Lucille P. Beck, 1538 Jeffer-
son Ave., Miami Beach. The
bridegroom is the son of the
Harold Cohens, 1800 S.W. 21st St.
The bride, given in marriage by
her mother, wore imported frost-
ed organdy with lily of the valley
motif over white taffeta. The
skirt featured tiers which ex-
tended into a court train. She
wore watching long gloves. Her
fingertip veil of French silk il-
lusion fell from a bonnet head-
piece adorned with lilies of the
valley. She carried a white bible
showered with orchids and satin
streamers.
Joyce Kerzin, sorority sister of
the bride, served as maid of honor
in a gown of aquamarine or-
gandy with cascading ruffles and
trimmed with embroidered Va-
lencia lace. She carried a colonial
bouquet of yellow carnations cen-
tered with talisman roses. Men-
dell Glicksberg, fraternity brother
of the bridegroom, was best man
and William Cohen, the bride-
groom's brother, was also an at-
tendant. Joan Langner, another
sorority sister, kept the bride's
book.
For her daughter's wedding
Mrs. Beck wore lime chiffon over
taffeta. Her corsage was bronze
baby orchids tipped with fuschia. ^H^ZtTH'r^^wTi.V'll^v^TJ
Mrs. Cohen wore a dusty rose School in July. He is a member ofl
eyelet gown with an orchid
corsage.
After the ceremony an informal i Law Association, Florida Law Re-I
reception was held in the King
Arthur Room of the hotel. A
wedding supper followed.
The former Miss Freeman
graduated with honors from the
University of Florida in February.
She is a member of Alpha Ep-
silon Phi social sorority and Phi
Beth Kappa and Phi Kappi Phi
honoraries.

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Park Madison studiol
Mrs. Bart L. Cohen
Mr. Cohen attended Yale Uni-
versity and will graduate froral
the University of Florida Law!
Pi Lambda Phi, Phi Alpha Delta
legal fraternity, John Marshall
view and Phi Eta Sigma honor-|
ary.
Out-of-town gue.=ts includedl
the maternal grandparents of the!
bridegroom, Mr. and Mrs. Samuell
Rosthal of New York City; the!
bridegroom's uncle, Abe Cohen.l
Fort Fairfield, Maine; Joseph|
Cone, Stamford; Conn.
I.'Man
Mrs. David K. Rubin
here to live in their new home
at 1675 S.W. 17th Terr.
Dorothy Hosealine Boss, Asher Marks
Speak Vows Before Rabbi Max Shapiro
Palms, white tapers and an
archway of flowers formed the
setting for the wedding of Doro-
thy Rosealine Boss to Asher
Marks Wednesday, June 8, at 7
p.m. in the home of the bride's
mother, Mrs. Herman B. Boss, 611
Sevilla Ave., Coral Gables. Rabbi
Max Shapiro performed the
double ring ceremony and Man-
Icy Boss gave his sister in marri-
age.
For her wedding the bride
chose a gown of white satin,
styled on princess lines with a
skirt which extended into a train.
A headpiece of seed pearls
clasped her full length veil of
imported lace. She carried a white
bible topped by a white orchid
and stephanotis.
Mrs. Alvin Gross, Atlanta, a
cousin of the bride, served as
matron of honor. Attired in a
floor length gown of mauve,
matching hat and gloves, she
carried a bouquet of roses and
summer flowers. Dana Ruth
Kessler, Atlanta, was flower girl.
Best man for his cousin was
Edward Kessler, Atlanta, and
ushering were Seymour Gold-
weber and Melvin Eiscnstadt.
Mrs. Boss was dressed in bronze
lace with gold accessories. The
bridegroom's mother, Mrs. Sam
Marks. Atlanta, wore blue taffeta.
Both wore corsages of white or-
chids.
Mrs. Kessler kept the bride's
book.
A reception followed the cere-
mony.
Guests from Atlanta included,
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Marks. Mr.|
and Mrs. Joseph Friedberg, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Garber, Mrs.
Sam Baker and son, Jacob.
The couple left for a wedding
trip to New York and Canada.
For traveling the bride wore an
oyster white suit, brown and
white accessories and a white
orchid corsage.
A graduate of Miami Senior
High, the former Miss Boss re-
ceived her bachelor's degree in
education cum laude from the
University of Miami. While at
the university she served as pres-
ident of Iota Alpha Pi sorority
Mrs. Asher Marks
and Panhellenic representative.
The bridegroom graduated
from Boys' High in Atlanta. At
present he is a senior in Emory
University Medical School. He is
past treasurer of Phi Delta Ep-
silon medical fraternity. During
the war he served in the Navy.
Joan Horwitz Engaged
To Donald Levenson
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fcldstcin,
2926 Royal Palm Ave., Miami
Beach, have announced the en-
gagement of their daughter, Joan
Horwitz, to Donald Levenson, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Levenson,
1060 95th St., Bay Harbor Island,
Miami Beach. .
The bride-elect was firaduatca
from Miami Beach High School
and is a senior at the University
of Florida. She is a member oi
Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority.
A graduate of Miami Beam
High School, Mr. Levenson at-
tended the University of Floaa.
where he was a member of n
Lambda Phi. He will enter Nortn-
western Dental School in ^P
tember.


t JUNE 17. 1949

|CiHe Gold Becomes Mrs. R. I. Shandloff
jlunc 5th Ceremony At Colunihus Hotel
of Mrs. Nathan Shandloff and the
late Mr. Shandloff, 350 S.W. 21st
Rd. The couple spoke their vows
at 12:30 p.m. Sunday, June 5, at
the Columbus Hotel before Rabbi
S- M. Hachtei. Following the
ceremony a luncheon was served
to members of the immediate
family.
The bride wore an ankle length
gown of imported Swiss organdy
with embroidered I odice and .-ide
panels. Her open crown hat of
the same embroidered organdy
secured a fingertip illusion v< 11.
She carried a bouquet of white
carnations and orchids
The bride was attended by her
sister, Pearl Gold, who was
tired in a silk shar.tung cocktail
length dress of cyclamen pink
and carried a bouquet of blue
iris. Arthur H. Shandloff was his
brother's be-t man.
The bride's mother chose blue:
the bridegroom's mother, gray.
Both wore rose corsages.
After a honeymoon that in-
cludes a two-month tour of East-
ern United States and Canada,
the couple will make their home
at 40 SW. 14th Terr.
The former Miss Gold is a grad-
uate of Miami Senior High,
where she was a member of TAO
sorority, and attended the Uni-
versity of Miami.
Mr.' Shandloff received his BS
in Engineering from the Univeisi-
ty of Miami. He was past chan-
cellor of Tau Epsilon Phi frat-
ernity.
Attending the ceremony were
the bride's grandmother, Mrs.
Mary Laibow. Atlantic City, N. J.;
her brother-!] -law and sister,
Dr. and Mrs. Irvin Cutler, Phila-
delphia: Mr. and Mrs. Philip
Blicher and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
Ellengoben of Palm Beach.___
+Jewish fhriditorr
I'ilkinton
Mrs. Robert /. Shandloff
Lucille Miriam Gold, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Gold,
431 SW. 32nd Ct., became the
bride of "Robert I. Shandloff, son
Double Ring Candlight Ceremony .loins
Gloria Lichtenstein, Mare I.. Shavel
Under a wedding arch of white
gladioli, lilies and greenery,
Gloria Lichtenstein, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Lichtenstein,
43" West 30th St., Miami Beach,
became the bride of Marc L.
Shavel. 322!) S.W. 3rd St. The
double ring candlelight ceremony
was performed by Rabbi Irving
Lehrman at the Shelborne Hotel
on Sunday, June 5. at 5 p.m.
The brides gown of candle-
light-colored slipper satin was
embroidered with seed pearls at
the tulle yoke and featured a
fitted oodice and full skirt which
ended in a court train. She wore
her mother's heirloom veil which
was trimmed with imported roise-
point lace and held in place by a
Mary of Scots coronet of the
same lace She carried a bouquet
of starlight roses and white or-
chids showered with lilies of the
valley.
Mrs. Joyce Zeive, her sister's
matron of honor, wore a maize
chiffon gown and carried a co-
lonial bouquet. Flower girl Mari-
lyn R. Schifrin was attired in
Pink organdy. Melvin G. Seid of
[lushing, Long Island, was ring-
bearer,
The bridegroom ,the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Shavel, South
tend. Ind., was attended by his
Mother, Arnold of South Bend.
Ushers were Don Lichtenstein,
we bride's brother, and Frank
ive, the bride's brother-in-law.
Bugle beads trimmed the
"noes mother's gown of re
colored silk taffeta. She wor
rose-
-* w.iiv i.nni,i. one wure a
corsage of matching roses. Mrs.
Shavel was attired in a dusty
rose gown. She wore an orchid
corsage.
I,A .dinner and reception fol-
wed the ceremonv.
the
Bea
a white suit "with white
Alter a three-week honeymoon
R u0Up,c win reside in Miami
'n. For traveling the bride
chose a wu**-
accessories.
The former Miss Lichtenstein
HitUa!.e(? from Miami Beach
St.. ,STcho1. attended Florida
owne University and is now a
amI ?l tne University of Mi-
th* \irW.L e she is secretary of
hlr Mfalhematics Society, a mem-
Tori,. the Flo"da Education As-
sor l0"' and Delta Pr Epsilon
Clara She is affiliated with
B!nai u.as^h Landau Chapter of
"u u nth.
infw; br.idegroom served in the
anr|, y ln th" European Theatre
anrf ^awarded the Silver Star
"d d'scharged as a captain. He
I.eMan
Mrs. Marc L. SHavel
attended the University of Ar-
kansas and received his Bacheto
of Science degree from the Um
vers.ty of Indiana. He is a mem
b of Sigma Alpha Mufarterm-
ty. At present he is assistant bu>
e'r at Burdine's.
Out-of-town guests included
the bride's t^^' *
Ro,e Bbavel and W-lbam Sh<
Boston, Mss.
Personally Speaking .. .
rr>r^naMMrSDHa7Y Kore,zky and 80n- Murray, 6145 La
^orce Dr.. rvHami Beach, left for their summer home in Walden.
N. Y. During their stay in the North, Murray will attend the
summer session at Cornell University
* *
99M qS^c6" Reisman- son oi Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Reisman.
*I b.W. 7 n St.. was graduated magna cum laude from the
Universi'y of Miami last week.
* *
Mrs. Harry Steinbach, will be guest of honor at a luncheon
given by the Ladies Group of the Miami Hebrew School and
Congregation at the Shangra-La Restaurant, 15 N.E. 3rd Ave.
Mrs. Steinbach, who is the second vice president of the con-
gregation and ways and means chairman, is moving to New
York.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar C. Lelchuk, of Coral Gables, are the
grandparents of a grandson, Richard Harris Lelchuk, born on
May 29 in Milwaukee, Wis. The parents are Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert S. Lelchuk of that city. Maternal grandparents are Dr.
and Mrs. Ben Erps of Wisconsin.
* *
Lee Dennison is entertaining his uncle, Michael H. Denni-
son, Sealston, Va., who is a guest at the Congress Hotel, Miami
Beach. The visitor has just retired after 35 years with the
Bureau of Engraving and Printing in Washington, D. C.
* *
Murray Kossman and son, David, will leave Saturday for
New York where they will join Mrs. Kossman and their other
son, Robert. Mrs. Kossman was called to New York last week
on the death of her father, Max Spencer, prominent paper
merchant. Together with her sons, Mrs. Kossman will spend the
summer at Peekskill, New York. Mr. Kossman will return to
Miami on July 5.
* *
Evelyn Neugebauer has moved from 1131 S.W. 4th Ave. to
the Dorset Hotel, Miami Beach, for the month of June. At the
end of the month she will escort a group of campers from Miami,
Miami Beach and West Palm 3each to the Blue Mountain Camp
at East Stroudsburg, Pa., where she will remain as counselor.
She plans to return with her charges about the first of September.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Gluck, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stomkin and
Sam Mendel, all of Miami Beach, are vacationing at Dun-
craaqan Inn, Hendersonville, N. C.
* *
Rabbi Isaac H. Ever, southeastern director of Yeshiva Uni-
versity and president of Greater Miami Mizrachi Organization,
is leaving Tuesday for a conference in New York City and will
attend the National Mizrachi Convention, which will be held at
the St. Charles Hotel, Atlantic City, N. J.
+ *
Mrs. David Ziff, 1348 S.W. 17th St., will visit her daughter,
Ella Ziff Mindes, in Chicago. En route she will stop in Sarasota
to visit her son William, author and publisher. Mrs. Ziff will be
away for two and a half months.
* *
Mr and Mrs. Joe Goldstein of Galax, Va., arrived in Miami
Tuesday morning to attend their son Bernard's Bar Mitzvah
which will take place tomorrow morning at Congregation Betn.
El The Goldstein's are staying with Mrs. Goldsteins mother
Mrs. Gus Ginsburg, 2323 S.W. 21st Ave. Mrs. Goldstein arrived
here on Friday, June 10, to attend the District No. 5 B nai B nth
Young Women's convention but was called to Richmond he
following evening because of the death of her husband s sister,;
Mrs. Sol Witt. ___________
Anita Kandel Weds
Melvin Goldstein
A garden ceremony on May 16
united Anita Kandel, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Kandel, 15
S.W. 32nd Court Road, and Mel-
vin Goldstein, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Isidore Goldstein of Louis-
ville, Kentucky. The couple ex-
changed vows before Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff at the home of the
bride's cousins. Mr. and Mrs. Na-
fhan Slomowitz. 1011 Cortez St.,
Coral Gables.
Given in marriage by her
father the bride wore a lavendar
ta afternoon dress with Pale
pink accessories. She carried a
bible topped by a white orchid.
Harriet Slomowitz, maid of
^morn's cousin, James Wiwwj
SrSxington. Kentucky, served
as best man.
For her daughter's wedding
Mr, Kandel chose a dress of
I ownKcrfPe. The bridegroom's
After a honeymoon at the
thev will reside.
: ,ciVe o:n Mu.m.- Senior High
Her husband is attending the
Baking Institute of Chicago.
Beatrice Zabow To
Join Summer Brides
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Zabow, 1787
Purdy Ave., Miami Beach, have
announced the engagement of
their daughter, Beatrice, to C.
I
Zabow
Samuel Mazor, son of Mrs. Jacob
Mazor and the late Mr. Mazor,
725 Lenox Ave., Miami Beach.
The betrothal was made known
on the ooccasion of Miss Zabow's
birthday.
The bride-elect attended schools
in Newark N. J. and the Uni-
versity of Arizona in Tucson. Mr.
Mazor attended the College of
the City of New York and prac-
ticed accountancy in New York
City prior to establishing in the
hotel and real estate business in
Miami Beach for the past ten
years. .
A summer wedding is being
planned. _____
LeMd"
Ix)tte Giahn
Ema Manty
Elma Manty Will Wed
Leonard Pont This Month
The engagement of Elma Manty
to Leonard Pont, son of Mrs.
Sadie Pont, 2611 S.W 5th Ave.,
has been announced by the bride-
elect's mother, Mrs. Elsie Manty,
Templeton, Mass.
The wedding will take place
the latter part of this month.
Several parties have been planned
in honor of the bride-elect
Wolff-Grund Nuptials
Set For Tomorrow Night
The betrothal and approaching
marriage of Rose Wolff to Martin
E. Grund, son of Mr and Mrs.
Samuel Grund, 30 N.E. 44th St.,
has been announced by her par-
ents Mr. and Mrs. Max Wollt,
3320 N.W. 13th Ave
The wedding will take place
tomorrow evening at 8 o clock at
the home of Rabbi and Mrs. Max
Shapiro, 498 S.W. 18th Rd.
The bride-elect, a graduate of
Miami Jackson High School is
now employed at Bui dines. Mr.
Grund attended schools in New
York and is now affiliated witn
the Miami Daily News.
Sheila Turk To Be Feted
Mr. and Mrs. Charles T' k,
1852 S.W. 14th Terr., will h
open house Sunday from > to 5
p.m. in honor of thei: laugh? i.
Sheila Ruth, who is graduating
from Miami Senior Hlgl School
tonight as an honor student.
Sheila is a niece of Mayor and
Mrs. Harold Turk of Miami Bea; n.
No personal invitations have been
issued. Relatives and lnends are
invited to be present.

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PAGE TEN
+Je*lshfk>ri Friday, june 17
1949
ammn
3X3
Off the Record
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Footnote To History
The story how the report of a
Virginia psychiatrist blasted the
hopes of British officials in Wash-
ington of gaining President Tru-
man's backing of Britain's Pales-
tine position was recently told
by friends of Dr. Z. Hubbard of
Richmond, Va. It was in the fall
of 1947. Mr. Truman had been
subjected to terrific pressure by
British diplomats and State De-
partment officials who insisted
that American interests coincided
with British policy. The Presi-
dent had also been subjected to a
barrage from certain anti-Zionist
elements. Mr. Truman was firm.
Then tales began reaching him
that Palestine was a nest for
Jewish communists and that a
Jewish state in Palestine could
become a dangerous instrument
in the hands of Soviet Russia.
British propaganda at that time
was spreading the fable that com-
munists had infiltrated the DP
camps :r. Europe and that the
stream of Jews- immifranti to
Palestine would propel with it |
the communist Trojan Horse. AI
typical Missourian, t'".e President i
decided to find out for himself
whether the stories were true or
not. It was under those circum-
stances that Dr. Hubbard was
asked by the President to make
an on-the-spot investigation. Dr. IsraeJ-
Hubbard left for Palestine in De-
cember of 1947 and remained
there until February of 1948. The
war situation in Palestine at that
time was tense. Yet Dr. Hubbard
went on with his mission. Soon
after his return he submitted his
report to the White House. The
effect of the findings was to raise
Truman's confidence in Zionist
aims and to demolish the com-
munist lie. Dr. Hubbard believes
that his report was instrumental
in the final shaping of the Presi-
dent's attitude toward the Pales-
tine issue.
June 19 through Sunday, June
26. Just returned from Israel.
Mizrachi leaders Leon Gellman
and Rabbi Max Kirshblum have
informed their national adminis-
trative board that Israeli soldiers
pleaded with them for Bibles
which they anxiously wish to
have around for leisure reading
or study during leaves. Interest-
ingly enough, the Mizrachi lead-
ers reported, the pleas came from
Mapai and Mapam soldiers, as
well as the more religious Miz-
rachi and Agudah GI's. Accord-
ing to reliable sources, Mizrachi
at its forthcoming 29th Annual
National Convention which wui
be held from June 22 through 2'j
at Atlantic City, will undertake
a project of collecting 50,000
Bibles printed in Hebrew for Is-
raeli army boys.
A SwMt Mission
Rafael Zilber, Cuban Zionist
leader, is a cautious man. When
this appears in print he and his
wife will be on their way to Is-
rael but not without a car and,
yes, a prefabricated house. Mr.
Zilber will serve as Cuba's first
commercial and diplomatic repre-
sentative in Israel. He will offer
Israel famed Cuban sugar and
cigars in exchange for chemi-
cals, books and religious articles.
The Zilbers have a son living in
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE tS HEREBY GIVEN that
th undersigned, dealrlnc to encase in
business under the fictitious name ot
Hi-Style "f Miami at Miami, llorMa.
Intemi to register said name with toe
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Bade
Count v. Florida
JO HiX'HMAN
MYRTLE F SMITH
6 17-24 T l-S-15 .
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN Ihat
the undersigned, desiring to engage, in
business under the fictitious nan ol
Bobby Cote at Miami. Florida, intend
to register said name with the clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
JO HtXHMAN
MYRTLE P. SMITH
From A Lawyer's File
A prominent New York attor-
ney who has a wide adoption
practice recently received a letter
from a client he represented at
adoption proceedings. The client
and his wife are both pious
church-going Protestants. After
years of childless marriage they
decided to adopt a little girl. Th"-
proceedings went through the
proper legal channels and the
lawyer hadn't heard from that
client for many years. One day
ho received a disturbing letter
from the man. The letter was
not too clear but the lawyer
gathered the people were not
sure the adopted daughter was of
their faith. He invited the man
to his office, opened his files and
showed him that the baby was
of Protestant parents. The man
was now convinced and ready to
leave the office. Just as he got to
the door the lawyer asked him
whv he suspected the child was
not a Protestant. The man smiled
and replied that his daughter was
so smart that both he and his
wife began suspecting she was of
Jewish origin.
Bibles For the Israeli Army
Don't oe surprised if the Miz-
rachi Organization of America
comes up with a most intriguing
project at its "Israel Week" cele-
brations scheduled for Sunday,
Newsbriefs
Mr. and Mrs Hy Goldstein.
5191 Pine Tree Dr., are in Chi-
cago where they witnessed the
granting of a bachelor of music
education degree to their son,
Robert J. Goldstein. From Chi-
cago the Goldsteins will travel to
Birmingham, Ala., returning to
Miami about July 1.
11 Marks 22nd
Year For Hebrew
Medical Journal
1949 marks the 22nd year of
publication of the Hebrew Medi-
cal Journal (Harofe Hsivri),
edited by Moses Einhorn, M.D.
Written in Hebrew, with Eng-
lish summaries, the journal is
recognized as a contribution to
the health of the new State of
Israel, aiding as it does the de-
velopment of Hebrew medical
literature, and thus the newly es-
tablished Hebrew University
Hadassah Medical School.
In the current number, a sym-
posium is presented on the present
itate of public health in Israel.
Among the papers is one by
Moshe Fischel. M.D., (Tei Aviv")
on infectious diseases in that
country. Dr. Mischel discusses
the most prevalent illnesses, such
as malaria, typhus and dysentery.
Max Laufer, D.D.S., writes on
public dental health in Israel, de-
scribing how dentists there, start-
ing from scratch just a few years
ago. made remarkable progress
in reducing and almost eliminat-
ing entirely, dental caries and
extractions among children, and
improving greatly the dental
health of the population. An arti-
cle on tuberculosis among the
Jews in Israel is written by Ru-
dolf Levy, M.D., of Tel Aviv.
Under the heading of "Person-
alia." Dr. Z. J. Plashkes writes on
The First Native Palestinian
Physicians." showing how these
pioneers laid the ground-work for
the present medical progress in
Israel.
In the section dealing with Old
Hebrew Medical Manuscripts, Dr
Zussmann Muntner of Jerusalem
presents an article on "Poison
Charm and Love Potions Among
Jews and Other People."
For further information write to
the Hebrew Medical Journal, 983
Park Ave., New York 28, N Y
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
bu.-iness under the fictitious name of
ARTISTIC DISPLAYS CO. (not Inc.)
at number MOO North Miami Avenue
In the City of Miami. Florida, intends
!< register the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade
County, Florida
MYI.KS l> AUK KM AX.
.-..;, owner.
OE* >RGE J. TALIANOFF
Attorney for Applicant
420 Unooln Road
6 i:-:'i : 1-8-tS
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the- undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
W^V BRUNCH N SODA at ISO
Glralda Avenue, Coral Gables, Flor-
ida, intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
LOUIS PRIED
Nathan FEUERSTEIN
Equal Partners
AMi'S BENJAMIN
Attorney for Applicants
17-21 7 1-S-li
LEGAL NOTICE
Having dissolved partnership on
May 9th, 1919, the owners of Ixittle
Brooks Dress Shop, S63 Washington
Avenue. Miami Beach, will not be
responsible for any debts Incurred by
other than themselves since the date
of the dissolution of partnership.
IA>TTIE S1ROTA
MAX S1ROTA
6,3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the firm name of TKIX.
at 536 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach,
Florida, intends to register the said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida
JACK DAVIS, Sole owner
ALFRED KRKISLKK
Attorney
low Fan American Hank Itldg.
Miaii!i. Pla,
6,10-17-24 7/1
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
124959.
CLARA OL LINGER. Plaintiff, vs.
PRANK OLLINGER Defendant.
You. FRANK OLLINGER, 179 Marcy
Avenue. Brooklyn. New York, are
notified to file your appearance In
the above cause for divorce on the
27 day of June, A. D. 1949. otherwise
decree pro confesso will be entered
against you.
Dated this 23rd day of May. A D.
1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE,
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Plaintiff
Seybold Building
5 27 6 3-10-17
LEGAL NOTICE
Anyuta Melicov. concert pian-
ist, was among the officers in-
stalled at the final meeting of
the season of the Miami Music
Teachers' Association. Miss Meli-
cov was recently elected second
vice president.
Announcement was made this
week of the reappointment of
Councilman Maurice Klein to the
post of Miami Beach Disaster Re-
lief chairman for the Dade Coun-
ty Chapter of the American Red
Cross.
H. H. Hyman has been ap-
pointed a committeman on the
planning board which is arrang-
ing the details for some 6000
delegates who are expected to at-
tend the coming convention in
Atlantic City of the American
fled Cross.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
V.uMni'*L ^St*.r ,h* f*'t'u. name of
BELL HOTEL at 110 B. Miami Ave-
nue. Miami. Horida. inien-is to regis-
said name with the Clerk of the
circuit Court of Dade Count v. Flor-
ida.
AMOS BENJAMIN1 **""
Attorney for Lessee
505 Olympia Bldg.
6 17-24 7 1-5-15
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
The Jewish Florldkm so-
licits your legal notices.
We appreciate your
patronage and guaran-
tee accurate service at
legal rates. Phone 2-1141
for messenger service.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT Cul'HT OF THE
11TH 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
Brookline. 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.
E B. LEATHERMAN*.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C PBIGE,
TURK 4 NEWMAN ^^ ^
Attorneys for Plaintiff
420 Lincoln Road
5/J7 6/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
.____ NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
V^.1.n,o8SUn4;r ,h" f" '"U. name of
LOUIS HAFTELS WOMEN'8 DRESS
I SHOP at 1035 Lincoln Road. Miami
Beach, Florida, intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
LOUIS HAPTEL
,-__ HELENE HAPTEL
JACK A. ABBOTT
Attorney for applicants
6 3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW '****&
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
cVunCty.rkPlorSda.ClrCUU CUrt **
JOSEPH ROTENBERG
MAX R. SgSgf T- ""
Attorney for Applies uts
6/20-17 6/1-10-17
NOTICE OF 'NTENIl?DNrT2ALAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE __
[N COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, DADE
'COUNTY FLORIDA-No. 21479.
HF ESTATE OF JESSIE F.
iSlUCATCH, also known as JESSIE
FELDMAN DLUGATCH, Deceased.
NOTICE Is herebj given that I na\e
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge ..." Executor of the
'state of Jessie F. Dlugatch. alao
known as Jessie Feldman Dlugatch,
deceased; and thai on the nth day
!r July, l49. l "in Wly Jg ,h"
Honorable W. F BJanton. County
j.,dge ..f Dado County. Florida for
approval of said final report and foi
final dlseharg. as Baecutor of the
Estate of Jess e t Dlugatch. ajso
known as Jessie Feldman Dlugatch,
Tin.- m!i day o June, lMfc
HERBERT DL1 UAH H,
Executor of the Estate of Jessie
P. Dlugatch, also known as Jeasle
Feldman Dlugatch, Dec'd.
KI.RY STONE
Attorney for Executor
ti 10-17-24 7 1
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned as Sheriff of Dade
Countv Florida, acting under and by
virtue of a certain Writ of Execution
i out of the Civil Court of Record
of Dade County, Florida, in a certain
., |M ntlt I Allen R. Snow. vs. John
Blmore, trading and doing business
the name of Florida Police Re-
porter, being Cause No. 29*92, have
i said execution upon the follow-
ing described property: 2 typewriter
desks; 2 swivel chairs; :i office chairs;
1 leather divan; photographic drier;
l photographic enlarger; l wooden
table; i portable typewriter; for any
Information concerning this equipment
call 9-1857; and all persons are noti-
fied that I will sell the said described
personal property to the highest and
best bidder for cash al the south door
of the Dade Counts Courthouse in the
Citv of Miami. Dade County, Horida,
on the 4th day of July, i!'i9. between
the hours ......lock A If. and
2:00 O'clO) k P.M., said sale being
to satisfy said execution to-
gether with costs including costs of
sale, purchaser to pay for Sheriff's
Bill of Bale
Dated this 2 day of June. 1949.
JIMMY SULLIVAN.
Sheriff of Dade County, Horida.
By: (JEO. F. HOLLY,
Deputy Sheriff.
CUSHMAN AND WOODARD
Attorneys at I-aw
71" Blscayne Bldg.
610-17-24 7/1
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ll'I'H JUDICIAL CIRCUT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, PliORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 125221
NANCY HIMEY, Plaintiff, vs. PETER
HIMEV. Defendant
T< I: PETER 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. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. H. RICE. JR..
Deputy Clerk.
HAROLD SHAPIRO, Attorney
921 Lincoln Road
610-17-24 7/1
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:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you. may have against the
estate of WILLIAM HERTZ deceased
lato of Dade County, Florida, to the
Hon. W. p. 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
1933 Probate Act
Date June 6th,' AD 1949
Herman Wepman, Frieda Lust-
garten, Rose Kaplan. Lillian
Herts, Dr. M. J. Glick.
As Executors of the Last Will and
Testament of William Herts, De-
ceased.
HERMAN WEPMAN
Attorney for the Estate.
6/10-17-24 7/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of OLSEN 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 POIJC, Owner.
OSCAR RAPPAPORT. Attorney
516 Seybold Building
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
Little Doll House Beauty Salon at
4,89 S. W. 8th Street. Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit 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
business under the fictitious 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 County.
Florida.
... ,. .. "ATTIE ALEN1ER
6/J-10-17-24 7/1
HELEN HCHLAM, Plain,,,,
I.EON BCHLAM, Defendanl '
TO: LEON SCHLAM dnt'
122 St Marks Place
New York, New York
You are hereby ordered to file Vnim
appearance or answer to th, oufl
complaint for divorce riled a. 1
you by HELEN SCHLAM,,'f'H
fore the 24 day of June. V.,5 ,hH
wise the allegations of said Mil fJ
be taken as confessed ailSet *"l|
DONE AND ORDERED til, Ai-
of May, 1949. "" 23 *m
E. B. LEATHERMAN
(Circuit SSI Sea,1/"1 CoTJ
By M. C. PEIQH
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF1'1"1' H
Solicitor for Plaintiff
5/27 6/3-10-17
NOT.CE UND|RlF(CTIT,OU.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engag,'
business under the fictitious name nf
VANDERBILT HOTEL at 1009,SM
Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida l?l
tend to register said nan,,. i,h .v.;
Clerk of the Circuit Court uf n
County, Florida. aae'
HERBERT II. ROBINS
HYMAN ROSENBERO
MYERS. HERMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Robins & Rosenhar*
5/27 6/3-10-17-24 seimsit
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COUM
IN AND FOR DADE ('or.NTY
>RIDA- m raOBATsfiS:
In Re: ESTATE OF 8AIUH
RAPHAEL, also known gjg
RAPHAEL. Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You, and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against" th
estate of Sarah Raphael also known
as S. Raphael, deceased, late of Coral
Oables, 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 clalnu
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be morn
to and presented as aforesaid or same
will be barred. See Section 120 ol th
1933 Probate Act.
Date May 16th. A.D 1949.
HELEN A. LYONS,
As Executrix of the Last Will and
Testament of Sarah Raphael, also
known as S. Raphael. Deceased.
MYERS, HEIMAN Ac KAPLAN,
150 Seybold Bldg.
Miami, Florida
Attorneys for Executrix
".. 20-27 6/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage ill
business under the fictitious name of
Johnston's Chlc-N-Fry Bteaki at 3o
N E. 79th Street, Miami. Fla, in-
teiids to register said name witn the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of l>ade
County, Florida.
AARON CHAIKEN
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN,
Attorney for Applicant
Seybold Bldg.
6 lu-17-24 7/1 __________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
notice is hereby civkn that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name t
IIUMJ'TY DUMPTY DRIVE IN RES-
TAURANT at 6100 N. W. 7th Ave,
Miami, Florida. Intend to register SU0
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
GEORGE MILLER
SAMUEL RO.MK
MARK SILVERSTE1N, Attorney
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
5M3-20-27 6/3-10
ORDER OF PUBLICATION _
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE 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 Y'ork. New York
You are hereby notified and ordered
to file your appearance to the UIU of
Complaint for Divorce filed against
you hy 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 County,
Florida, this 24 day ot May, 1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)______
By M. C. FBIGE.
Deputy i lerk.
JOSEPH W. MALEK
Solicitor for Plaintiff
1703 Congress Building
Miami. Florida
5/27 /-10-17
IN
NOTICE TO APPEAR
' THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THB
E1JSVENTH JUDICIAL UHR'H
IN AND FOR DADE COLNTY,
FLORIDA. No. 1252S8.
HARTFORD McELROY, Plaintiff. ^
JANE ANN McELROY. Defendant.
TO: JANE ANN McELROY, ,
233 Park' Avenue,
Pacific Grove,
California. -,, ,
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
file your appearance or answer to "e
Bill of Complaint for Divorce In this
cause on or hefore July 8, 1949; other
wise said Bill of Complaint win ""
taken as confessed by you. ,,,mi
DONE AND ORDERED *,M'"'"'
Florida. thl 8 day of June. l'9v
E B LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
tCircult Court Seal) E
Deputy Clerk.
JACK A. ABBOTT.
Attorney for Plaintiff
6/10-I7-14 7/1


17, 1949
+Jehl fkrldkir
PAGE ELEVEN
Onr Film Folk
*^OD__"We got lots
FKon out here
I rJ but it consists mostly
ETriking through dummies;
it"Siding they're peo-
Pw'oretending meyie r~-
V* f.able discussions by
1 hordes of stunted
fc^JKal kids who
Krt ESSr like midgets;
BftfL orofessionals;
ft* oyP^ local Titus
FKf.Mhe big league stuff
ft'Sescope." That's the
R ^Comedian Groucho
Fhf'big nam" comedians,
I *Li %uch as Eddie Can-
l ";,; such as Eddie Can-
r.flenny and Danny Kaye
P,KHl sit out the new
fe or a wh'e. Cantor thinks
\*m.Z audience is still
|S*nt TV audience
p-fvSen^tS lime is
Kff eirlS, he thinks it
IS See far more money and
IIS"preparation than tele-
i'EEb now able to afford.
fe cKnues: -Kinescope ls
I^Ktiorvably a wonderful de-
K I don't think at present
|?S Weal method of trans-
ling entertainment unless you
lte your people headless. A
Ci couple, for example, will
& seen, their feet tapping
J^son, their knees in perfect
ISjthm and up to and including
\l neck a thing of syncopated
Itautv. From the neck up, now-
C a milky white substance
Lreiopes them and until the MC,
Lo also is minus a head, ap-
J- and informs you who the
teeing team are their identity
Ii* much a secret as though you
litre reclining in a tomb in
I^Despite all this, with blood-
Iso' eyes I watch this ogre night
Irter night, bored but nevertht-
Ikss fascinated by its potentiali-
Iks. How long can I survive on
Iradio against this new monster.
I When will I become a public
Idiarge? Long before midnight
this quivering and erratic enter-
tainment signs off and in a semi-
Istupor I grope my way to my
MRU where the butler feeds
|i a double seconal, places ice
Irks on my eyes and until I
[II asleep chants over and over
Ik immortal words of George M.
Itean, Don't worry, kid, the only
I ling that will keep the average
IAmerican home is a woman.'
Iftus reassured, I fall into-a deep
limber broken by a violent
I mhtmare, excessive sweating
lad an uncontrollable desire to
|>rap out of the window."
I And now we come to the
pinions of our good friend, Eddie
Cintor. Says Eddie: "Want to
raw what l think about tele-
Jon? I think it's going to be
w. But I think the only way
w can see a TV show is to have
*t Right now, in this great big
{toted States of ours, I do not
Klieve there are more than 1,-
"0,000 sets. If there were five
"were for each set, you have
audience of 6,000,000. Is that
K I believe it might be very
I ""mate for Jascha Heifetz to
| Wy his violin in a room with 20
PJK. but that kind of talent
ould be in the Hollywood Bowl
-r Carnegie Hall.
j^TV is coming and the
so-called big names will be at
the station when it arrives, but
I don't think that will be for
several years. The following is a
strange thing for me to say, but
it will give you something to
think about. The big comics are
a little bit too old and tired to
memorize and rehearse a full
half-hour of entertainment each
week. This means that people in
control of TV will be forced to
get some new faces whether they
like it or not.
"When television gets around
to me, I promise you that I shall
not do more than 20 shows in a
year. I'd like time to prepare, re-
hearse thoroughly and feel per-
fectly at ease. I look upon a
television show as an engagement
at the Palace or Loews State.
You've got to be good, and the
only way you can be good is to
be sure.
"It may be costly, but I would
insist on at least one or two pre-
views before the actual perform-
ance. What I have seen on my
television set, with the exception
of one or two shows, has been
the worst kind of junk. It seenu
that the producers of this trivia
have only one thing on their
minds ... is it cheap? You can
give them my answer. It is!
"And if you want my views en
the circus, carnival, the concert
field, international diplomacy or
how to make a souffle, just let
me know."
Television's ballyhoo value for
Milton Berle has catapulted him
into an unusual percentage pic-
ture deal with Warner Brothers.
In snaring the comedian for the
studio, producer Jerry Wald over-
came strong bids from both Co-
lumbia and 20th-century Fox
George Jessel thought he had
Milton on the 20th lot, offering
him "Moon Over the Catskills,
a filmusical about the boiccnt
belt Harry Conn, Columbia pres-
ident, dispatched his chief pro-
duction aide, S. Sylvan Simon,
east for a similar purpose.
Wald, meantime, had ready
"The Thief of Broadway, a
story by Max Shulman, which
Max had adapted with an eye to
Danny Kaye. Wald sent it to
Berle. There are somewhat bio-
graphical overtones to the stor>.
and thus Wald snagged the deal
from the others.
The present film title is Al-
ways Leave Them Laughing. By
the way, Milton gets a nominal
guarantee, said to be around
100,000, preferring a cut of tm
profits under a capital gains set-
up.
Joseph Atlaa Studio
Pictured at the Coral Gables Jewish Center installation last week M jJ J^sJfiRc*
Boston, Rabbi Morris Skop. Mrs. Irving Gerstenfeld ^wly inducted president of the Sisteri.
Herbert Gelernter. new president of the Center; and Sam Silver, retiring president.______________
Gables Center
Marks Birthday.
Scats Leaders
A reception and dance held on
June 8 at the Sorrento Hotel, Mi-
ami Beach marked the third an-
temple; the continuation of High
Holy Day services, which have!
previously been held at the Coral
Gables Woman's Club; the re-
sumption of Sunday School; the
establishment of a daily religious
school with preparation for Bar
am. Beach mar ea xn:,,.a.*- Rabbi skop. The pr0.
mversary of "S gram, according to Gelernter. also
includes a wide range of social
Jewish Center.
A highlight of the affair was
the installation of officers of the
Center and its Sisterhood. Retir-
ing President Sam Silver pre-
sided. Rabbi Morris Skop, who
will become spiritual leader of
the group in September, served
as installing officer and addressed
the gathering. The invocation was
given by the Rev. James A.
Boston.
Herbert Gelernter, new presi-
dent, outlined the Center's pro-
gram for the ensuing year. This
includes the construction of a
and cultural activity for youth
and adults. Regular Friday eve-
ning worship, which has been
held at Pratt General Hospital
during the past year, will be re-
sumed in the fall.
Following the installation a re-
ception was held. Mai Malkins
orchestra played for dancing and
Pianist Edward Pastroff enter-
tained the guests.
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FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 191
Ashe, Garrison Aid
Negro College Drive
The only two white men on the
local committee of the United
Negro College Fund, Inc., of which
John D. Rockefeller, Jr., is na-
tional chairman, are Dr. B. F.
Ashe and Wesley E. Garrison. I
Goal for the state of Florida, ac- |
cording to Garrison, is $15,000: j
for Dade County, $3,000.
Money raised in the drive will
be divided among the 31 Negro
colleges operating in the United
States. Bethune Cookman in Day-
tona Beach, the only Negro col-
lege in Florida, is scheduled to
get back from the national fund
more than twice the state's quota.
Educator To Speak
Leo Hubcrman, Miami Beach
educator, will be speaker at the
AVC Freedom House Forum
Sunday evening at 8:30 at 4323
Collins Ave., Miami Beach. His
subject will be "Does the School
Educate the Child?"
A graduate of Harvard Uni-
versity, Mr. Hu'oerman studied
at the Art Students League and
Teachers College of Columbia
University. He served as assistant
director of Brookline Play
School, Camp Kenwood, and
taught at the Center Academy
in Brooklyn. He has been head-
master at the Normandy School,
Miami Beach, since 1946.
Israel Rejects U.S. Plea
For Admission Of Arabs
LAUSANNE. (JTA)The Is-
raeli government's decL-ion to re-
ject a United States plea that
Israel accept a large number of
Arab refugees was conveyed this
week to Mark Ethndge, Ameri-
can representative on the U.N.
Conciliation Commission, by Dr.
Walter Eytan. head of the Is-
raeli delegation.
Dr. Eytan took the decision to
Mr. Ethridge in a private meet-
ing after returning from his five-
day trip to Tel Aviv, where he
had gone for consultation, Mr.
Ethridge L= leaving his post t.is
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Pictured hre are the students and faculty of the United Granada Jewish Center and Weat Miami Jewish Center Thli
Jewish SchooL which completed its first year of studies last Sun- Bureau of Jewish Education acted in an adrisory capacity arid h!
day. The school, housed in North Campus of the University of Pomerantz, extension activities director of the bureau, was simJ
Miami was sponsored by Coral Gables Jewish Center. Flagler- erintendenr.
Art Exhibition
A showing of paintings by a 65-
year-old DP artist, Boris Obrazk-
off; will be neld at Minet's, 2510
Biscayne Blvd., for two weeks
beginning Monday.
The artist is a graduate of the
Moscow Institute of Fine Arts
and served as portraitist in Mos-
cow from 1908 to 1922. He was a
muralist in Belgrade for 10 years.
Blustein Unveiling
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the late Mis.
Pola Gelber Blustein will take
place Sunday, June 26, at 11 a.m.
at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi
Irving Lehrman officiating. Mrs.
Blustein is survived by her
mother, Mrs. Rose Gelber; a
brother, Milton; and her husband,
Irving of 2541 S.W. 16th St.
week, and Raymond Hare, de-
puty director of the State De-
partment's Office of Near Eastern
and African Affairs, will take
over.
Palm Beach Student
Wins Scholarship
Alice Blake, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Philip Blake of West
Palm Beach, was recently award-
ed a scholarship by the Universi-
ty of Chicago on the basis of com-
petitive examinations conducted
for this area at the University of
Miami.
Miss Blake's maternal grand-
parent?. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Schupler. were the first Jewish
settlers in West Palm Beach.
Professors Friedl, Horovitz To Conduct
Educational Tour To France And Israeli
Community Planning
Group Meets
Stanley C. Myers, who was re-
cently re-appointed chairman of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration Planning Committee, met
with the executive directors and
presidents of local beneficiary
agencies Wednesday evening. Pre-
liminary plans for the coming
year were discussed.
The Hebrew University in Jeru-
salem will be one of the main
points of interest to be visited
by the educational tour to France
and Israel conducted by Profes-
sors Berthold C. Friedl and Syd-
ney Horovitz of the University
of Miami.
"Assurances of cooperation in
arranging interesting activities
have been received from Profes-
sors Simcha Assaf, rector, and
Hiram Peri, head of the Romance
philology department in Jeru-
salem," Dr. Friedl said. The He-
brew University professors are
also cooperating in conducting a
long-range survey questionnaire
on the ideals of Hebrew youth,
which is part of an international
survey which Dr. Friedl has been
working on for the past 20 years.
One of the pertinent questions
with which the Israeli young
people will be confronted when
they answer the questionnaire is:
"Are you in favor of opening Is-
rael to the immigration of any
Jew in the world who wishes to
liv0 there?"
In France an official reception
will be given to the group by M.
Edouard Hcrriot, mayor of Lyons
and president of the National As-
sembly of France. Educational,
economic, political, social and cul-
tural problems of France and Is-
rael will be studied on the basis
of discussions, lectures, visits in |
cooperation with such men as
Francoi Mauriac, Andre Gide |
Jean Paul Sartre in France and Is- I
rach educators and statesmen '
Paris and parts of France. Jeri
salem, Jaffa, Nazareth, Tel Avij
Haifa, Tiberias and various sej
tlements in Israel will be visits
Study classes will be conduct!
by Dr. Friedl en route interpret
ing "French Civilization" an
"IsraelOld and New."
Reservations for the tour whi
will be composed of students an
non-studenis are still availabJ
Dr. Friedl announces.
Miami Y Ping Pong
The Miami YMHA 1949 pir,
pong perpetual summer junid
tournament has been in prd
gress the past month, with M
nold Bobson and Ed Barusch
the lead consistently. These tt,
leaders because of their superid
abilities, have been moved up
the senior tournament, with
chance to displace the leaders .
that bracket, Muriel Kaslon ar
Dave Davis.
Council Meeting Aired
Because of an overwhelming
response to the broadcast of la
week's Miami Beach city counj
cil's inaugural meeting, statio)
WMBM has arranged to mi
wire recordings at all meeting
of the council and will broadcai
them from 6 to 7:15 p.m. on meet!
ing day.
Arrangements for this ferturl
were made by Thomas McCull
lough, general manager of th|
station.
mS^^P&SS/S^I^Sl Mi3mi GrUP ?f HadaSSah was held last week~ai"rtrhe,!Mc.
J c"rnpGMrtT'LPe;Tta1rnMisfSRe ESS ?"* ^^ 3"d "^<^h2& Mr"
naker. second vice president; (seated? L to'rTJJrs H CU*Ll nS T' J rear2J ** D' ***-
of the chapter board- Mrs I I tU\mZl~m- Jli/fj C. Moser. president: Mrs. M. Sirkin, president
ADL Director To Speak
Gilbert J. Balkin, Florida re-
gional director of the Anti-De-
famation League of B'nai B'rith,
will review the book, "How Se-
cure These Rights?" at a meeting
of Tropical Lodge of B'nai B'rith '
Monday evening at 8:15 at Fed-;
oration Headquarters, 420 Lincoln \
Road, Miami Beach.
Gold Diggers To Meet
The Gold Diggers of 1949 will
meet this morning at 10 o'clock
at Federation headquarters, ac-
cording to an announcement by
Mrs. Milton Sirkin, chairman.
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, Director
of the
Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth
Announces that
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RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
. nation Beth Darin (Con-
ft*"?* 35 N.W. Third Ay.
SJ'i'.xSh.piro.-R.-M.uric.
H"*^ nine services at 7:00. Sab-
|>n'l'"k,unS at 8:S0. Bar
J> *>'% of Mr and
hCiahn?. livi Students' services
WSfl^ bV followed by
be
aplro
and
a
Cantor
Bidush. "f., ffl,.|:,t.-.
% 'Nation Beth El (Ortho-
TffsJw. 17th At.. Rabbi
J^fcfauer. Cantor Milton
r*dB^-enii.(r servleeg :3- Sab-
"^M rvlce at H:30 a.m. Bar
"l ll.rnar.1 (iuldsteln. son of
-^^Iwvtee at ":! Bar
aibmorn" .i| Fti Ito Joteph QoMateln. Rabbi
* HI address the young man.
16*)'r kmfi.nowed la- Bhatoa
*kw *U religious school from
ft ftm. D"y "rvlcaa 8 a.m.
iSTl.ra.1 (R.form). 137
I 19th St. Rabbi Colman A.
idtmu: Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan.
Babbi Emeritui.
TTi.ih evenli s.rvlce at 8.1a.
JTwiman "111 ufflclaty.
Kami Beach Jewish Commun-
a, canter (ConaerTatiTa). 1701
Juhington Ave.# Miami Baach.
jUbbi Irring Lehrman. Cantor
Jacob Y. Goldring.
mm evening aervloa at 6:45. Sat-
g?J2$U eervlc. at 9. Rabbi
Srman win preach on "The Weeltrj
Stoeof th. U Cantor "''ring
In chant the service. Mar Mltzvah
jVrr;" and Morgan Caahman, sons
3 Mr and Mm Mortimer tiottlleb.
a* David aon of Mr. and Mrs. Al
Cir.tr. Dall) servlcea at a a.m. and
'conflregation Bath Jacob (Or-
thodox), 301-311 Waahington Ara..
Kami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mai-
cbeloff.
Fridav evening service at 6:30 p m.
j^'batn service al 8:10 a.m. ltabbi
hue H Ever will be Kues-t .speaker.
Bir Mltivah "i Richard! s<>n of Mar-
ortt K"ih Rabbi BSvar will address
Econflrmand Mlncha at 6:3t> fol-
Itwtd by Shalo* Beudoa. Dally school
Imn S:i'i to 12:00 noon. Registration
H* al offl
Jawiih Community Center
iConwrvative), 2020 Polk St,
Hollywood. Rabbi Max Kaufman.
Friday evening service at 8:15 p.m.
Guest Ipeaker Host* for Oneg Shab-
bat are Mr. and Mrs. Sol Kllman in
honor of Ihelr eon Ronny's con-
firmation. Baturday aenrloM at :3u
a.m. Kidduxh after the morning serv-
ice!. The BUmana will also be hosts
at Kiddush Hebrew school Mon-
day, Tuesday and Wednesday at S
pm. Confirmation and Bar Mltzvah
clustt at extra seHxlon Thursday at S
;::i V.i.y.in service dally at 9 a.m.
Templs liaiah (Raform), 1065
Jade Blvd.. Miami Baach. Rabbi
Oavid Raab.
Friday evening services at 8:15.
I apt a will l>e held in
winery ,,f the late Jewish leader.
fcbbl Stephen S. Wise. Rabbi Raab
Ml cunilu. t the service and preach
tt* sermon: "Rabbi Stephen S. Wise:
Champion >pf Just ('auaes." A recap*
don sponsor. ,1 bv the Sisterhood will
follow.
Congregation bath Tfilah (Or-
thodox). 935 Euclid Am. Miami
Bach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack
Mfcf.
Friday evening service at 6:43 p.m.
turday morning at 8:30 Rabbi
Uckov-ky win conduct services and
Wk on the l'ortlon of the Week.
Saturday ;,t K:|0 p.m. Rabbi Rack-
ovaky win apeak on "The
the. Fathers." followed by Mn.I,i
hhalos 8eudoa ami program of i,i
estlnlan songs. Maarlv will follow
Pally service* at : so ., ,.,
Mishna will be addressed i.\ the I
Services at 7 no ,, followed I.. ,
class in Jewish laws and customs
Temple Emanu-El (Reform).
1801 S. Andrewa Ave.. Fort Laud-
erdale. Dr. Mariui Ramon. Rabbi.
Friday availing servlcea at B
Rabbi Hanson will Officiate
Congregation Keneaeth Iarael
(Orthodox). 432 Eapanola Way,
Miami Beach.
Friday evening services at 6:30 p.m.
Saturday morning services at a m
Mlncha at 5 p.m. followed by Bhaloa
Heudos.
United Jewish Schools. North
Campus, University of Miami.
Plscontlnued until fall.
Miami Hebrew School and Con
gregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W.
12th Are. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Berele Kelemer.
Services PYlday evening at
Saturday morning : April win speak on the Pa I
Week. Mini ha .it j 30 p.m. foil
by Bhaloa Si ud< .-' n la
servlcea .ct I SO a.m Fathers ai I .- mi
breakfast at : > i.m Hebrew
daily from :'. 10 t- 80 p m I ..
services at ~ 10 p m and 1 M p m
Religious Congregation, 3681
N.W. 2nd St
Servlcea discontinued until fall.
Coral Gables Jewish Center
(Liberal).
Services discontinued until the fall
Israelite Center (General), 3346
S.W. 24th St.
Pally services at 7 a.m. Friday night
services at 8 p.m. Refreshments will
be served Immediately following the
services. Saturday morning service*
at 9 a.m.
Temple Beth Sholom (Liberal).
4144 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach.
Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor
Samuel Kelemer.
Friday evening aervlcea at *; p.m.
during summer Sabbath morning
vices at 10:46. Cantor Kelemer iii
render the musical portions of th
Sabbath morn.r.i: : \ <
Prosterman To Speak
Samuel Prosterman. founder of
the Jewish National Fund Council
of Greater Miami, will be guest
speaker on Jacob Schachter's
Jewish Musical Hour over station
WTTT at 10 a.m. Sunday. He will
speak in Yiddish in behalf of the
fund. .
Mr. Schachter has announced
that a series of interviews by-
Norman R. Lyons with Miami
women prominent in Jewish or-
ganization has been inaugurated
on the program, which is aired
four times weekly, Monday, Wed-
nesday and Friday at 1 p.m. and
Sunday at 10 a.m. Purpose of
these interviews, Mr. Schachter
asserts, is to acquaint the Jewish
women in Greater Miami with
the work of these organizations
and to urge them to join First
to be interviewed is Mrs. Louib
Glasser, president of the Con-
ference of Jewish Women s or-
ganizations.
PAGE THIRTEEN
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LIVES OF OUR TIMES
pg SF1 MAN WAKSMAN_
r***i I r NORMAN and SOt NODtl
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Discoverer of sueftomycin which ias
saved the lives of thousands.
AFTER ARRIVING IN THE U.S. IN 1901,HE SET
AIOUT fREPARINO FOR A CAREER IN SCIENCE.HIS
WIFE IS AN ACCOMPLISHED CONCERT SINCER.
AN IMMIGRANT BOY FROM RUSSIA WHO
WORKED IN THE RUTGERS UNIVERSITY Gf ELK-
HOUSE FOR 20 CENTS AN HOUR.HE IS TODAY
ONE Of THE WORLD'S LEADING MICROWO OGISTS.
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E MCENTIY AWARDED RUTGERS UNIVFRSITY
iU50,000 IN ROYALTIES FROM STRErCM^.H
HE NOW DEVOTES All MIS EFFORTS TO U-W mg
MMEWALiJSES FOR HIS DRUG.
PROf. WAKSMAH, IS PROUD Of THE f ACT THAT HE
KNOWS THE ENTIRE OLD.TESTAMENT ftY HEART.
HE IS THE AUTHOR OF NUMEROUS, SIGNIFICANT
WORKS ON VARIOUS ASrECTS OF MICRO -
BIOLOGICAL MSIARCH.
A HEW ANTI-ftlOTIC-NEOMYCIN-WHICH
HE DEVELOPED, ALTHOUGH STILL IN THE EX-
PERIMENTAL STAGES,HAS RAISED HIGH
HOPES IN MEDICAL CIRCLES.
HUMANITARIAN AND SCIENTIST IN THE
TRADITIONS OF MAIMONIDCS..........
Somiiiarv Honors
Ilahbi Gcililfarb
Rabbi Israel Goldfarb. father
of Mrs. Irving Lehrman and an-
nual winter visitor here, received
an honorary Doctor of Hebrew
Literature degree from the Jew-
ish Theological Seminary in New
York recently.
Rabbi Goldfarb. spiritual lead-
er of one of the oldest synagogues
in Brooklyn, Congregation Baith
Israel Anschc Ernes, has served
as rabbi there for 45 years.
Founder of the Congregational
Singing Movement. Rabbi Gold-
farb is the composer of consider-
able amount of liturgical music,
including the famous Sholem
Aleichem. He was instructor of
canterial music at the Jewish
Theological Seminary for 20 years
and is former president of the
New York Board of Jewish Minis-
ters.
The citation to Rabbi Goldfarb
was for "the exemplary manner
in which he has served as a rabbi
in Israel for almost half a cen-
tury, the contributions he has
made to synagogal music and
his influence op those who know
him. his high sense of devotion to
God artd to Israel."
Dr. Saslaw To Speak
Mr. Milton S. Saslaw will be
the principal'' speaker at the
luncheon club meeting of the Mi-
ami Beach Lodge of B'nai B'rith
Tuesday at 12:15 p.m. at Ham-
burger Hearth. 1459 Washington
Ave., Miami Beach. He will dis-
cuss "Present Day Medical Care."
Jack Gold, chairman, will pre-
side.
Rabbi Israel Goldfarb
Anti-Klan Moet
Sot For Tuosday
A meeting has been called for
3:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Young
Men's Christian Association to
discuss the next move in a
drive to outlaw the Ku Klux Klan
in the state. .
The meeting was called by A.
W. Gottschall, regional director
of the National Conference of
Christians and Jews. Gottschall
is chairman of a committee or-
ganized to press for an anti-Klan
law at the 1949 session of the
state legislature.
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Seats Leaders
Installation of officers of the
Miami Group of Hadassah was
held recently in the Biscayne
Room of the McAllister Hotel.
Mrs. Murry Grossman, Southeast-
ern regional vice president for
the State of Florida, was install-
ing officer, and Mrs. Morris C.
Drapkin was mistress of cere-
monies. The benediction was giv-
en by Mrs. Harold B. Cohen.
Officers seated for the ensuing
year were Mrs. H. C. Moser, pres-
ident; Mrs. Lionel J. Silverman,
first vice president; Mrs. David
Sernaker, second vice president;
Mrs. David Hess, third vice presi-
dent; Mrs. J. H. Weitzner,.treas-
urer; Mrs. Joseph Sugerman, fi-
nancial secretary; Mrs. Milton
Weiner, corresponding secretary;
Mrs. Rae Frome, recording secre-
tary.
At a board meeting held June
13 the following committee chair-
men were named: Mrs. Lionel
Silverman, H.M.O.; Mrs. David
Sernaker, Youth Aliyah; Mrs.
David Hess, new membership;
Mrs. Jasper Cromer, re-enroll-
ment; Mrs. Fred Ochs, Jewish
National Fund; Mrs. Irving Quer-
ido, trees; Mrs. Harry Elson, Ha-
dassah supplies; Mrs. Albert B.
Rosenthal, youth services; Mrs.
H. B. Cohen, bulletin; Mrs. L.
Levitt, telephone; Mrs. M. Drap-
kin, program; Mrs. Sol Stokols,
publicity; Mrs. M. Tendrich, poli-
tical; Mrs. J. Pulver, American
affairs; Mrs. A. Levitan, educa-
tion; Mrs. H. S. Richman, hos-
pitality; Mrs. S. Rovin, dramatics;
Mesdames L. Heines and H. Bern-
stein, hostess; Mrs. A. Gold, com-
munity; Mrs. H. Lackey, Chai.
Honorary presidents of the
group are Mrs. Joseph Carp an Mrs. Joel Belov.
Miami Y Home Camp
To Open June 27
Mrs. Ada Sheiner, chairman of
the Miami Y home camp commit-
tee, has announced that the
eleventh annual summer home
camp will open Monday morning,
June 27 at 9 o'clock, at the Mi-
ami Y new building, 450 S.W.
16th Ave.
Julius Samuels, director of ac-
tivities and director of the home
camp, will start a counselor's
training course Wednesday.
Mrs. Sheiner announces that no
registration will be received after
next week. All interested are
asked to contact Maurice Gross-
man, executive director of the
Miami Y.
Palm Beach Sisterhood
Installs New Officers
Mrs. Dorothy Schocoff was
stalled as the new president!
the Sisterhood of Temple
El of West Palm Beach recent
Rabbi Manuel Greenstein
ducted the installation ceremon
and other new officers are:
Al Persoff, vice president;
Jacob Feldman. second vice pr
dent; Mrs. Deszo Julius,
vice president; Mrs. Leon Gr_.
treasurer; Mrs. Maurice Dicksc
secretary; Mrs. Al Goldstein, co
responding secretary. Mrs. Lou
Feit, financial secretary; Mrs.
Zanft, social secretary.
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1949
"Between You and Me"
By BORIS SMOLAR
(Copyright. 1948. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
^JenisliFkrMiari
COMMUNAL (1 rf Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds is already
a to think in terms of preventing "crises" and" conflicts in
tanning orRamzations in 1950 ... A special committee of the
,,jnt"w's' will confer this month with major national agencies on
CJ t,'nd raising programs for 1950 ... At least nine proposals
their iunu unlfication and stabilization of Jewish national fund-
concerning United states are already in the hands of the Council
' Andla committee, headed by Julian Freeman, of Indianapolis,
" u oiin to weigh the Pros and cons of eacn Tri0 various ques-
has -nvolvecl will be explored with national and overseas agei
"""It their views may be fully ascertained ... As soon as the
50 ii!ips will begin to crystallize, they will be presented to the
1,088 mitics of the country so that the latter will be informed of
u Hs being considered Keep your eyes on the very interesting
t Mice of Jewish leaders of small Jewish communities wh:-
r," in h rharmine resort of St. Joseph, Michigan. th<
forpnee of Jewish leaders oi smau jewisn communities which will
i niare in the charming resort of St. Joseph, Michigan, the week-
/nf June 17th This is the first time in the history of Jewish
munitv organization in the United States that such a parley is
K called Participating in it will be representatives of com- I
nities of 50 to 100 Jewish families, most of them scattered at great.
xtsnres from each other and from big sister communities ... I
I nrdine to the C.JF.W.F.'s latest reports, some fifty of these small
i ih communities raised $3,800,000 last year for national and
rseas causes The conference will discuss many pha>-
Jewish life in the small town.^ ( g
MILITARY ANALYSIS:
Israeli plans call for a standing army of 25,000 and a large ready
reserve on the Swiss model And Israeli military experts are now
itudving in Switzerland the military establishments of that country
These facts are disclosed in the current Book of the Year pub-
lished last week by the Encyclopedia Britannica The volume,
naturally lists the establishment of Israel as one of the major
historic events of 1948 Interesting, however, is the analysis
oreser.ted on the military victory achieved by the Israeli armed
forces This analysis is written by Brigadier General Edwin I.
Sibert commanding general of the U.S. Army Forces in the Antilles
Gen. Sibert says that contributing to the defeat suffered by the
Arab countries was their inability to reach any decision on unified
command ... He points out that fear of the ambitions of King
Abdullah of Transjordan blocked leadersnip from the Arab Legion,
which he considers "the most competent military body" among the
Arab armies Each of the participating Arab powers, he estab-
lishes, withheld Darts of their forces, anticipating jockeying for
position after the" war ... As a result, the uncoordinated Arab
forces attacked on widely-dispersed fronts and badly dissipated
their efforts, he asserts ... On the other hand, he emphasizes that
the Israeli Armv was "highly efficient" and gained steadily in
strength and skill as the struggle progressed ... He contributes a
good deal of Israel's victory to the fact that about 200.000 of the
Haganah members were veterans of the British forces in World
War II And he emphasizes that as the Arab-Israeli war de-
veloped, the Israeli forces received arms "on an ever-increasing
scale" from Europe, including Messerschmidt fighters from Czeche-
slovakia The Britannica Book of the Year also carries basic and
interesting information on various other developments concerning
the first year of the existence of the Jc wish state.____________
Royal Palm AZA
Mri-is Leaders
Stepher. Kobley has been named
president of the Royal Palm
Chapter of AZA, Charles R.
Jacobson, B'nai B'rith Council di-
rector, announces.
The AZA club sponsors a five
point program of activity for
youths between the ages of 14
and 18 comprising social, cultural,
religious, athletic and communi-
ty service work.
Also elected to serve with
Kobley are: vice president, San-
ford Hilderbrant; secretary, Jerry
Fox; treasurer, Mark Reicher;
sargeant-at-arms, Murray Cohen;
assistant seargeant at arms
Charles Mutter; historian, Arnold
Strauss; reporter, Larry Perlmut-
Jer; and chaplain, Norman Pol-
lack.
Miami Y Discussion
Group To Meet Monday
. The next session of the Discus-
f_n Group of the Miami Y will
.* neld Monday evening at 8
0 dock, at the Y building. Topic
lor discussion will be "The Presi-
dc"ts Health Plan."
Well-informed speakers on both
sides of the question will partici-
pate in the discussion. The public-
's invited.
Obituaries
MYRON STERN
Of 17.12 Collins Av Miami B>
ed away this week He u sur-
vived by his wife, Bonia, and
Rita, Services were at Kiysi.i.-
Memorial Chapel in Miami B icli
Interim nl wm In Mt Nebo < emetery.
NAT ZUCKERMAN
.if -. s\v 27th Avc, died law
week. M.. is irvlved by his wife,
p_nni Remains were sent to New
York for ervl and burial l>> ine
r. i Memorial Chapel.
SIMON "GLICKMAN
Of -,:,i Meridian Ave.. Miami 1
passed away last week. A r.
this area for 12 years, he ,
sisters, Fannie and Mollle Ren
wre shipped to Philadelphia for
Ices and Interment by the w
Memorial Chapel.
Auxiliary To Fete Vets
Plans for a community sing for
hospitalized veterans to be held
at Pratt General Hospital on June
26 were discussed at a meeting
of the Auxiliary of Norman Bruce
Brown Post No. 174, Jewish War
Veterans, at the Miami Y Mon-
day night.________________
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Civic League Installs
Jack A. Abbott, new president
of the Civic League of Miami
Beach, took office at the annual
installation banquet Wednesday
evening at Kitty Davis. Abbott
succeeds James H. Ruby.
Other officers installed were:
Louis Gillman, first vice presi-
dent; Milton Sirkin, second vice
president; Herman Barnett, treas-
urer; Paul Greene, secretary.
,m" B'nai B'rith Girls Install
The annual installation of B'nai
B'rith Girls No. 14 was held Sun-
day, June 5, at the home of
Phyllis Schermer.
Officers inducted at the cere-
monies were Carole Jaffee, presi-
dent; Toby Goluskin, vice presi-
dent; Joy Davison, secretary;
Renee Citrin, treasurer; Claire
Weiss, reporter. Mrs. Ruth Gold
served as installing officer.
SUBSTIMES!
Miami Hebrew School and Congregation held its first con-
firmation exercises Sunday evening, June S. Shown at the cere-
monies are: (bottom row. 1. to r.) Marilyn S. Kostoff, Mrs. Simon
April, Rabbi April and Eileen E. Duchon: (rear row, 1. to r.) Alvin
Joel Moss, Sandra Ann Rosen, Saul Genet, superintendent of the
Sunday School. Ann Shirley Jacobson and Matthew K. Becker.
Ilcbbs To Hold
"If Gen. Party"
Debbs Chapter, B'nai B'rith
Young Women, will sponsor a
"Sixty Cent Party" for members
and friends, tomorrow night at
8:30 at the home of Miss Char-
lotte Sandier. 1758 S.W. 23rd St.
Square dancing, games and re-
freshments will be on the agenda.
The informal party is being ar-
ranged bv Miss Sandier assisted
by Mrs. Harry C. Simonhoff.
Weather Man To Speak
At Sholem Lodge Lunch
Leonard G. Pardue of the
United States Weather Bureau
will be guest speaker at the week-
ly Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith
luncheon meeting today at 12:15
p.m. in the Downtowner Restaur-
ant. Sevbold Building.
His topic will be Operation
of the Weather Bureau," which
will be followed by a fifteen min-
ute question and answer period.
Plane Trip To Israel
Alfred Stone, president of the
Miami Beach Zionist District, has
just been advised that the Mexi-
can Zionist Organization has
chartered a plane for an excur-
sion to Israel. The plane will
leave Miami July 3 for a 14-day
stay in Israel. The cost for round
trip is $685. Interested persons
are asked to contact the Zionist
office, 58-4643. 235 Lincoln Road.
N.Y. Man Makes Gift For
Study of Old Synagogues
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tion of the remains of ancient
synagogues in the Near East has
been made possible through a
donation of $50,000 for this pur-
pose by Louis Rabinowitz, New
York philanthropist.
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FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1949
Yeshiva Sabbath
Set For Tomorrow
425 rabbis in 30 states in the
United States, graduates of Yes-
hiva University, will set aside
tomorrow as Yeshiva University
Sabbath dedicating their Satur-
day morning sermon to discuss-
ing the program and objectives of
America's first accredited uni-
versity under Jewish auspices,
announced Rabbi Isaac H. Ever,
Southeastern director of Yeshiva
University, at his local headquar-
ters, 225 Lincoln Road, Miami
Beach.
In addition to the graduates of
Yeshiva University who will par-
ticipate in this Sabbath program,
185 other rabbis, members of the
Rabbinical Council of America
and graduates of other Jewish
theological seminaries, will also
take part in the program.
Graduates of Yeshiva Universi-
ty in Greater Miami are: Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff, Cong. Beth
Jacob; Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
sky, Cong. Beth Tfilah and Rabbi
Murray Grauer, Cong. Beth El.
At Congregation Beth Jacob the
guest speaker will be Rabbi Isaac
H. Ever, Southeastern director
Yeshiva University.
This special Yeshiva Universi-
ty Sabbath has been arranged
in conjunction with the Yeshiva
University Dedication Week Ex-
ercises started June 12-19.
Lewis It row 11 Dies
At Age Of 75
Jo Ann Weiss Chosen
Outstanding Senior Girl
Jo Ann Weiss, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Jesse Weiss, was chosen
as the outstanding senior girl of
the year at Miami Beach High
School.
Miss Weiss was selected by the
Miami Beach High School faculty
for her scholarship, leadership,
citizenship, reliability and per-
sonality. The award is the first
of its kind and will be presented
annually by the sponsors, the
Greater Miami Alumnae Associa-
tion of Phi Sigma Sigma sorority.
For her honor, Miss Weiss re-
ceived a gold cup presented by
Mrs. Robert Rosen, president of
the sponsoring organization. A
similar cup was presented to the
school.
Paul I,. Lewis Brown
Lewis Brown, 75, a resident of
Miami for the past 25 years, died
Monday at his home, 1680 S. W.
18th St., after a long illness.
Mr. Brown, who came here
from McKeesport, Pa., was a re-
tired real estate dealer and one
of the developers of the south-
west section of Miami. He served
as president of the Beth David
Congregation. During his admin-
istration the Talmud Torah ad-
joining the synagogue at 135 N.W.
3rd Ave. was built.
A past president and one of
the founders of Sholem Lodge,
B'nai B'rith, Mr. Brown was an
honorary life member of the Mc-
Keesport Knights of Pythias
Lodge. He was also a member of
the Jewish Home for the Aged.
He is survived by his wife,
Lottie, with whom he celebrated
tneir golden wedding anniversary
in 1944.
Services were held yesterday
afternoon at Congregation Beth
David under the direction of the
Miami Riverside Memorial Chap-
el. Interment was in Mt. Nebo
Cemetery.
Seaboard Adds
Sleeping Cars
To Streamliners
First of the new lightweight
sleeping cars now being added
to the Seaboard Air Line's fleet
of streamliners the Silver
Meteor, the Silver Comet and the
Silver Starrolled into Miami
this week.
Thirty-one of these cars will
soon be put into service, accord-
ing to a company spokesman, and
25 of them will be named for
principal cities along the Sea-
board route, including Miami.
First of their type to be oper-
ated in the South, these cars
embody the latest innovations in
modern train equipment and ap-
pointments. They feature all-
roon type accommodations, each
car consisting of ten roomettes
and six double bedrooms.
Roomettes are completely en-
closed and are designed for both
daytime and night travel. Each
roomette contains an adjustable
full-cushioned seat, fold-away
bed, private lavatory and toilet,
wardrobe, automatically and
manually controlled cooling and
heating systems, circulating ice
water, fluorescent lighting, lug-
gage rack and full-length non-
glare window.
Bedrooms, equipped with pri-
vate toilet facilities, are in pairs
and are separated by movable
partitions to enable communica-
tion, if desired, between occup-
ants. In this manner bedroom
suites can be formed with day-
time accommodations for six and
sleeping accommodations for four.
One doubie bedroom in each pair
is furnished with a full-length
convertible sofa, while the other
has a single sofa and movable
lounge chair. At night each bed-
room provides two individual
beds.
The cars are equipped with
trucks of latest design, eliminat-
ing road shocks and vibrations.
Roller bearings, along with tight-
lock couplers and rubber draft
Pictured is one of the luxurious double bedrooms arranged for
night use on one of the Seaboard Airline's new streamlined all-
room type sleeping cars now in regular service. Of ultra modern
design, each car contains six double bedrooms and 10 roometles. A
feature of the new sleeping accommodations is complete privacy.
vide convenient connections at
Jacksonville and Washington for
gears, help assure smooth start-
ang stopping.
The interior decorations and
color schemes were especially
created for Seaboard by Paul
Cret and Ralph Haman.
Two Seaboard streamliners, in-
stead of one as in the past, will
operate daily this summer to pro-
midwest destinations and at New-
York for New England and east-
ern Canada.
The streamliners that will be in
use are the Silver Meteor and the
Silver Star. Reservations must be
obtained in advance.
General agent for the Franklin
Life Insurance Co. says: "When I
travel I like to be quite certain
that everything will run smooth-
ly and on schedule. Traveling
through FARR is always insur-
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FARR "Your Travel Agent"
Carlo Buti
Carlo Buti To
Appear Here
Billed as the "Italian Frank
Sinatra," Carlo Buti, comes to Mi-
ami this week-end following en-
gagements in New York's Ice-
land and Carnegie Hall. He is
being presented here by Victor
A. Damiano in the "International
Varieties of 1949" to be given at
the Municipal Auditorium Satur-
day evening and Sunday at 2:15
and 8:15 p.m. The revue also in-
cludes a gypsy dance-team, ballet
and acrobatic dancers, comedy
routines and a playlet.
You are cordially invited to have your Weddinq, Reception
or Graduation party catered by
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Hors dOeuvres Buffets Bar Mitzvahs Dinners
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Hadassah Unit
To Meet Monday
The Business and Professional
Women's Division, Miami chap-
ter of Hadassah will meet Mon-
day at 8:30 p.m. at the Miami Y.
Plans will be discussed for the
Independence Day dance to be
held July 3. Fannie Levitt, first
vice president, is in charge of
arrangements for the affair.
Paid-up members will have the
privilege of signing membership
scroll which will be microfilmed
and sent to President Chaiml
Weizmann in Israel.
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