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The Jewish Floridian ( June 24, 1949 )

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ihJIi^isltUEItDipidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 24,~1S43~ PRICE TEN CENTS NEWS FLASHES Sharett Assails Convictions Three Sentenced BUCHAREST, (JTA) Three ,nian war criminals found Ru ^ a hv a Bucharest criminal K^nf "savage tortures" against Z Jewish population of Bessa*£-,nrt "other towns during the r i ia JSe sentenced this week to BUJ confinement for terms gjggjromjh ree to 12 y ears. idoiit llesolutfon ^STSUCCESS, (JTA)-The UN Human Rights Commission Era 10-4 vote, this week adopted Resolution which may make It oSble for individuals, m add. £ to sovereign states to tayoke the protect.on of the world "ganuat.on against violations of human right. Jew Defended ATHENS. (JTA)—Criticism of the appointment by Greece of a Greek Jew to represent this country as its er.voy at Tel Aviv, has been warmly answered byForeign Minister Constantin Tsaldaris in the Chamber of Deputies. On bcine questioned on the appointment. Tsaldaris upheld the selection of Dr. Joseph Mallah. adding: "This appointment wa3 dictated bv special reasons aiming at the better service of oui interests in the new state." Mr. Tsaldaris pi uised Dr. Mallah's ex perier.ee and recalled many services rendered by him to Greece. "Our longstanding liberal traditions of avoiding any religious or racial discrimination could not be ignored at this moment." Ilcmains to Israel TEL AVIV. (JTA) — J Agency officials annour week that the date for I moval of the remains of Th< Herzl, founder of modern 7 ism, from the outskirt of V to Jerusalem, has been defii I set for August 10. The remains will be immediately without eul with special prayers, nouncement stated. Agen ; ficials added that i soon be announced of ( wide competition for a a mausoleum to covi resting place. Courses Set Up NEW YOR" (JTA) three-week summer cou rious aspect of Jewish comn service were inagurated tl by the Training Bureau for J ish Communal Service, it was nounced by George \V. Rabin executive director. The first course offered by the Tra Bureau's Institute of Advanced Studies in Jewish Community Organization is -Historical Perspective! for Jewish Communa. Workers," given by Prof. Salo W. Baron of Columbia University. of Six Hungarian Zionists Hungarian Zionist Leaders Sentenced E .: %  5i Zi nti nizing f 1ST iel-b in I HunH %  TEL AVIV, JTA/—The conviction by a Hungarian court of six Zionist leaders on charges of aiding illegal emigration oi Israel-bound lews from Hungary was critized by Israeli Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett this week at the conclusion of a general debate in the Knesset on Israeli foreign policy. Although he pointed out that Israel cannot interfere ir. the internal affairs of another sovereign state, Mr. Sharett asserted that any o\ I n the migration of Jews constitutes a contravention oi ight of self-determheld. Du:. 15-hc Hi the .-%  %  : Israel and immigration was its • court room in Budapest t,J^|n .. .' .'-"I The Foreign Minister told Par. liament that he was shocked by ly. N witi ; -_: a tne %  the ni '.rev. ...=. fcW *^'"|from Hu-ga were acquitted. Tny ^ ass { sian }. e to Anglo-Amer :• ndants pleaded gu.l.v ; ar irr .p er ialism." Reviewing the Uy or partially. Rabbi At Penn ERIE. Pa. (JTA)—Rabbi Abraham B. Shoulson, of this city, has ibeen appointed head of a new dtepartment of Hebrew and Middle Fast Studies, at Gannon College here, a Catholic institution. fht <-• ent was inaugurated. (.ccordmg to a college announcement, because "the state of Israel is now a fact and more and I more emphasis must be given to Hebrew as a modern language." The announcement also pointed out that tne "course of events has : • ated the Middle East will play an important role in the future of the family of nations in and outside the United Nations councils." Rabbi Shoulson, who was named a full professor, is a native of Jerusalem and has four brothers also serving as rabbis in various sectors •of the United Nations. 18 1'nitsSet Up NEW YORK. (JTA)—A I I 48 settlements w< l in Israel from January thr Mav of this year. Judge M Rot'henberg. acting natw chairman of the United Appeal, revealed this week. He added, in a semi-annual report to the UP.A.'s board of directors. Sat plans for founding 60 additional colonies during foe remainder of 1949 have already drafted. ffL"^ the" statement of the Hungarian £ e L !" f e court that the migration of Jews £ ^flfL^^lfrom Hungary to Israel consuP^J^d that the process of admitting members of families who its composition—without a Soviet representative—but revealed Israel had been informed that the Soviet Union would not be represented only hours before the announcement of the appointment of the three members. He reMenahem that the ernment's foreign policv was a failure, he refuted by citing the fact that it had successfully weathered a number of crises such as the current situation vis-a-vis the United States. He rejected the plea of the two Arab members of the set that Arab refugees be itted to return to Israel, but Playwrights Win BUENOS AIRES, (JTA)—Leis%  er Treister of New York has been awarded the Moshe Kasner prize for this year for his Yiddish play ''King Saul," it was announced her. The prize is $1,000. The Kasner award was established in Argentina two years ago for Jewish playwrights. No first prize was awarded for a one-act play this year. The second prize •worth $150. went to Gershon Embinder of Los Angeles for "The Jewish Woman of Minsk." Negro Wives l-and ST LOUIS, (JTA)—A Boy Sojut troop attached to the YMHA p this city will have a new country tamp this summer thanks to the generosity of a St. Louis Negro, H. DRobinson, who made the 20-acre site of land available to the Jewish scouts in gratitude for thp -treatment received from so many white people, especially the Jews." (The National Jewish Welfare Board announced in New York that more than 45,000 youngsters this summer will attend 198 summer country and day camps sponsored by the regional sections of the J.W.B. Approvimately 14,000 of the children will go to 34 country camps maintained by Jewish Community centers.) Yeshiva Gifted NEW YORK. JTA-A gift $50,000 to Yeshiva Unw ,, endowment fund from Morn Morgenstern. to be used public award for an out personality, was announced this week by Dr .Samuel Belkm, president of Yeshiva, stiution's closing event ol its -> % %  %  %  % %  • Zioi ist yout leader, n %  -•: %  M :.•: %  Ferd, 1 and six mon i Dienes, the nonkfurter, two ght months each: •... ye i .-.r .a six monl ] 5 San Fleischmann and ,-artz were acquitted. I a Mizrachi leader. io was not • %  %  •' % %  ; J i. T % %  prosecuti n, r.eaded by | | BudaSi M d anti-government -Communists." and now -tools o: rialism." He also insisted that the Hungarian point of view was •invalid" because other Eastern European countries take contrary positions on the same issue. Turning to the issue of an independent Arab state in Pal tine, the Foreign Minister that although Israel favored tne, foreign i an d. establishment of such a state it .^prepared to go to war to guarantee it. and that, he insisted. the only way to force the •of the Arab state, vealed that Israel intended egest to the U.N. Conciliation Commission that a pie Id to Dermit tne residents of Israel would be „ launched an attack Mikunis, Communist the latter's speech in Bucharest durina which he opposed Jewish immigration to Israel under its present -undemocratic regime." The Minister said that if Israel were ruled in the manner that Mr. Mikunis considers ideal, the Communist leader would no; be allowed to make speeches in a tnce '< % % %  •: — o.-eia '.o pe:nui w IM'"— a to determine their own lso denied that — jr vv a.tei c> ian. head oi tnei gio-Sax r. propagai Israel; delegation, to the Lausanne also that 1 peace talks, had proposed the e>pon He expressed regret that the Conciliation Commission whic :-^t:y conducting tne LausNagy.Z Itar ..„ ... f Amenci H :n n Pi ,. .: %  .-•; : T %  .el re he, loo, itioni int I it! •iiiss.* 5 ^d was a a reignparley. was "one i Pfeiffer and ; : one-sided" in 10' r o Of Jews In British Zone To Emigrate LONDON. (JTA)—Nearly ten percent of the Jews in the British zone of Germany wiU em.grate within the next six months, oi5 of the Jewish Committee Israeli-V*. S. Talks Continued TEL AVIV, (JTA)—Negotiations between the U.S. government and Israel are continuing over the State Department's requests for concessions on repatriation of Arab refugees and territorial revisions, it was learned this week. Despite these continued talks. there seems to be no change in •he attitude of the United States, informants stated. The viewpoint here is that the Americans continue to see Israel as responsible for tne breakdown of the Lausanne conversations. In the diplomatic talks here, Israel is attempting to explain its stand, which is unchanged and is opposed to all concessions. \rrr.istice talks with Syria will be resumed later at the frontier village of Manhanayim. There appear to be possibilities of agreement after the friendly atmosphere of the last meeting. Agreement is expected on the proposals of Dr. Ralph J. Bunche, United Nations acting mediator cm Paltine, but is an amended form. 4 yj4 jews i" "" %  —• %  -_--r e committee estirr.atec emigration figures as follows: Fr0 n Cologne, whose select an a^'^i"-." T ,. site for a memorial. The nors of Illinois and Rhode have joined the commit! 3 Israeli* Slain JERUSALEM, (JTA)%  a eli soldier wa*^ sffaasrg vicinity of AbugoM %  ffSStfSS "Ras reported that ground train" has a P: estimated at five m ssfcWJSSsa munity has • 680. a total of 60 • emigrate: the Nc hut at u.m „.wh hao Jewi Jewish j population of are expected to drth Rhine area. • Isn ilism : ement. He *P* > %  • n<'-ibuuon at aiTadTbSni used %5"i been isded for Is. • it date an rael and Art f£J ilon had left extended legal a e un UM status Of tne.e v F S with a Jewish popubtionfo4T5willlose50byemigr ne n c ommittee also disclosed .hat a restitut on law in the BritJhVone was signed by *e miharv government and. went into effect June 12, containing some enecx JUU he com SS5S-. legaf'advlser/Because of ^"'intervention of theadver. he British authorities agreed that nersecutees who were resident in Hamburg on Jan. 31 last, and who are about to emigrate, will re(Continued on Page 4) Zionists Elect NEW YORK, (JTA) — The American Zionist Council ar> nounced this week that a presidium of four has been elected to succeed Dr. Abba Hillel Silver as chairman of the council. The praesidium is composed of Benjamin G. Browdy, of the Zionist Organization of America: Mrs. Judith Epstein, of Hadassah: Baruch Zuckerman. of the Labor Zionist Organization of America: and Rabbi Joseph H. Lookstem, of the Mizrachi Organization of America. .. The praesidium will serve until September of the current year, at which time the permanent leadership of the council will be chosen. Dr. Silver was elected honorary chairman bv a unanimous vote, and a resolution expressing the gratitude of the council for "the eminent service rendered to the Zionist cause" by the distinguished Zionist leader was unanimously adopted by the council. Dr. Silver had previously declined to be a candidate for the chairmanship during the next term. %  • ... %  I I



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PAGE TWO +Jenisliikrkftar FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 1949 i Group Outlines Anti-Klan Program A double-barreled program against the Ku Klux Klan was drawn up Tuesday at a meeting of the Citizens' Committee of Florida, as members warned that the wave of mob violence which recently hit Alabama '"may hit this state next." A. W. Gottschall. regional director of the National Conference of Christians and Jews, who presided over Tuesday's meeting, warned that "the situation is serious. This kind of thing can easily spread in uneasv times like these if action isn't taken." Tr.e group decided to ask Gov. Fuller Warren to include an antiKKK bill on the agenda for any special session of the Florida legislature that he calls. It was also decided to ask legislators to sign in advance a petition favoring such a law. The group will also urge passage of similar laws by the municipalities. Claims that other persons were posing as Klan members to carry out acts of violence were denounced by the committee. "That's all the more reason for anti-Klan legislation," said George J. Talianoff, who represented the Anti Defamation Lea' gue of B'nai B'rith at the conference. "As long as the Klan has recognition, others will use its guise to threaten minority groups." Also representing the ADL was David H. Cohn. Others attending were Dr. H. Franklin Williams, vice president of the University of Miami, and Burnett Roth, newly elected Miami Beach city commissioner. HARVARD AND FLORIDA UNIVERSITY PRESIDENTS, NEW YORK TIMES EDITOR AND JDC OFFICIAL MCilVI HONORARY DEGREES FROM YESHIVA UNIVERSITY n LJ Mayor Turk Fixes Office Hours Newly elected Mayor Harold Turk of Miami Beach has announced that he will hold office hours at the Beach City Hall from 10 a.m. to noon on Mondays and Fridays and from 2 to 4 p.m. on Wednesdays for the convenience of citizens who wish to discuss their problems with him. "These office hours are being set up on an experimental basis," Turk said, "and will be extendc.J ii necessary to meet the needs of the people." The new schedule went i:.to effect this week. Wind Tunnel Project Set Up Establishment of a $100,000 wind tunnel project which will become part of the Departmenl of Aeronautical Engineering at the Haifa Technion, is announced in the first issue of Technion BiMonthly, published by the American Technion Society. The wind tunnel project is beinc launched in tribute to Dr. Theodore von Karman, international areonautical scientist on the occasion of his 70th birthday. Edited by Judah Wattenbaf> the magazine features an economic survey of Israel's potent: ,i ities by Dr. G. Meron, director'of the Economic Department of the Israeli Foreign Ministry, and a call for further aid from American business for Israeli industry by Maurice Spertus, Chicago engineer and industrialist. The publication, dedicated to "close ties between America and Israel through Science and Indusry," contains news flashes on developments in Israel's industry reports from the new Jewish State and news about the activities of the American Technion Society. The American Technion Society supports the Technion with funds and educational know-how, works to further the industrialization of Israel and to advance science and technology in the new state. Top row (from left to right): Dr. James B. Conant. president of Harvard University; Dr. J. Hillis Miller, president of the University of Florida and Dr. Benjamin Fine. Educator Editor. New York Times and a member of the faculty of Yeshiva University. Bottom row: Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz. European Diiecior. Joint Distribution Committee; Rabbi Jacob Levinson. elder Zionist statesman and Talmudic scholar and Dr. Leo Jung, Professor of Ethics at Yeshiva University and Rabbi of the Jewish Center in New York City. These six outstanding Jewish and educational leaders received honorary degrees at Yeshiva University's commencement exercises on June 17, Dr. Conant received the degree of Doctor of Laws; Drs. Miller. Fine and Schwartz the degree of Doctor of Humane Letters and Rabbis Levinson and Jung the degree of Doctor of Divinity. These exercises were part of Dedication Week, a week-long program of events from June 12 to June 19 which marked the educational and physical progress of Yeshiva University during the past year. Mrs. Meyers To Speak Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, who recently returned from a visit to Israel, will speak at 8:15 tonight at Temple Isaiah. Her subject will be "My Impressions of Israel Today." Siegfried Geismar will conduct the "• %  i ce in the absence of Rabbi David Raab, who is attending a rabbinical conclave in Bretton %  '•' ods, N. H. Mrs. Meyers has served as first president of the Greater Miami Conference of Jewish Women's Organizations. She is a member of the Community Chest and an executive member of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. A reception will follow. Tropical Lodge, Women's I Hi I To Hold llanee Tropical Lodge and Tropical Women's Chapter of B'nai B'rith will jointly sponsor a membership .social and dance tomorrow eveing at 9 o'clock in the College Inn of the Monte Carlo Hotel, 6551 Collins Avc., Miami Beach. Hal Murray's Radio Show will be featured with the music of Hal Wayne's orchestra. Mayor Harold Turk will be the guest speaker at the meeting of Tropical Lodge, Monday at 8 p.m. at the Jewish Federation conference room, 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Wednesday evening the lodge will bowl at Brunswick Bowland, N.E. 13th St., Miami. Reservations should be made in advance with H. Levine at 5-3336. Enlarged Talmud Torah Planned In Palm Beach Plans are now under way for the erection of an enlarged Talmud Torah for Congregation Beth El of West Palm Beach. The proposed structure will be adjacent to and connected with Scher Hall. Frank V. Bayer, congregation president, is heading the drive for funds. Wininger Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Ben Wininger, formerly of 4892 S.W. 5th St., will take place Sunday at 3 p.m. at Mt. Sinai Cemetery with Rabbi Murray Grauer officiating. Relatives and friends are asked to attend. 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. II You Desire JEWISH CUISINE Try These LUNCHEON SPECIALS SANDWICHES SMOKED SALMON CHOPPED LIVER TOMATO HERRING SOUR CREAM SPECIALS SOUR CREAM WITH COTTAGE CHEESE SOUR CREAM WITH VEGETABLES Air-Conditioned Messanine Floor *2*^J? 45>


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~*YJU NE 2 4 1 949 AOL Congratulates Beach Council On Passage Of Sign Ban Ordinance ^JenistflvrMtor} PAGE THREE congratulations The w rrn An ti-Dcfamation League of ^B'naiB'nthwemtothememof the Miami Beach city £"2 for passing an anti-dis^ration ordinance which proS£ uTdisplay of hotel signs Snctmg clientele on a religious As a result of this setback, th. Dade County delegation to t • state legislature sponsored an abling act giving the city specific permission to enforce the ordi nance. The ordinance will become effective July 25. A recent survey showed onlv live Miami Beach hotels now display discriminatory signs a< comGilbert Balkin. regional director nfthelcaguc. said that the council | pared with 28 in 1945 when i had shown "progressive acttoniIII similar survey was made. Balkin Sine this measure to successful revealed. aC K m a P "le h tter nt to Mavor Harold' Ginsburg Named Ben Zion Ginsburg. vice p dent of the Miami Beach Z; District, has been appointed Turk "Leonard L. Abess chair>-'nf the leagues advisory' .__ — Sdtdexecutfve committee., JO ZOA Post railed the ordinance a "fine public cervice contribution in the advancement of harmonious group relationships. --— —• %  "rKum The new ordinance is the Miami member of the national adn Beach council's second attempt to.trative council of the Zionist O:ban the display of discriminatory ganization of America by Danii cims Two vears ago a similar jFnsch. newly elected president. ordinance was passed but was Ginsburg. who now residi later declared null and void by with his wife and two childre judge Stanley Milledge on the grounds that the city lacked adequate charter powers to enforce a law of this type. Social Service Bureau To Hold Branch Sunday The Jewish Social Service Bureau of Greater Miami is scheduling its 29th annual meeting and brunch Sundav morning at 10:15 am. at the Delano Hotel. Agency leaders will report on the bureau's welfare and counseling service during the last year and work of the organization's re-settlement committee which has been helping new citizens with funds provided by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Sunday'.brunch meeting will feature a skit entitled "Information Please," in which Mrs. Monte Selig and Judge Harold Spaet will appear. Election of officers and board of directors will be held. Included on the slate presented by the nominating committee are: Col. Elry Stone, honorary president: Harold Ungerleider. president: Irving Frankel, Mrs. Monte Selig, JucipL Harold B. Spaet, vice presidents. Mrs. Jacob Eppstein, secretary; Benjamin Meyer, treasurer; Mrs. Leo Ackerman, Mrs. Stanley c Myers. Mrs. Mathilda Ratner. Herber Scher and Jacob Sher, trustees. Nominated as directors to serve three year terma are: Rudy Adler, wt Morris Alpert, Mrs. Leon tu. Mrs. Jacob Eppstein, Irving rr.nke.. J ,. V ph Gardner. Mrs. "ward Levine, Jacob Sher, I. S. Shapoff. Max Silver and Elry stone. Direcors who will serve wore year include Leo Acker"WUrs. Sanley C Mvers, Jules tranning. Mrs. Leo Ackerman. cv L Hcrn '"' ir > Selinskv, Fred anochet Bernie Pallant, Alfred Stone. Mrs. Aaron Farr William finger and Max Holtzberg. To *rve I0 twQ year terms are MS" S 5 er Mrs Benjamin %  ers Jud Re Harold B. Spaet. SLHft 0 Schwartz, Mrs. Mami n at r Rabbl Irvin L ehr£ r M J Safra, Mrs Monte SHL nj ,:: ln Meyers, Mrs. Iaa gWberg and Mrs. Harold B. chai !" V',* ex-officio are the in* r f the Community PlanSmi T mmi u ee of the Greater garni Jewish Federation. BtanPast JSPF* and ,he following 8L c s,dcnts of the Jewish gU Service Bureau: Dr. AlMee? n ntriiI Baron d e Hirsch Gerald I P lnc JS Scheinberg. J. fie fc W '*u and Rabbi Sh apiro reau lr e w : sh Social Service Butotfe^ and meeting is open the brunl :c Pnce ** T Person for Reservl^^^^-'n^ingtip. *ndin B \ m ? y be made by SocSV choc t0 the 'awiaii N ^'2nd's". CC Bureau office 127 Aswx •• %  i l %  ;.. tographi Leonard L Abess standing at right), chairman of the advisory board of the Florida Regional Office, Anti-Defamation League of ; onai B rith. and ADL national commissioner, presents a letter of commendation from the league io Mayor Harold Turk of Miami Beach seated at left) on the enactment by the Beach city council of trra comprehensive ordinar.ee banning discriminatory advertising. Seated in center is D. Lee Powell, vice mayor of Miami Beach, who introduced the ordinance at the council meeting. The presentation ceremonies took place in the mayor's offices at Miami Beach City Hall immediately following the signing of the ordinance by Mayor Turk. Wanted Ii.formation is being sought of the whereabouts of Arthur Ward Nugent or. behalf of his family who have had r.o contact with him since March. 1944 TTILS man is 5 ft. 6 in. tall, weights 140 pounds, has dark brown ha::. hazel eyes and has a slight limp in right leg. He worked as a fireman, also as a factory worker and route salesman. Anyone having ar.y clues to his locatior. :s requested to communicate with the National Desertion Bureau, 105 Nassau St.. New York 7. N. Y. Thanks to a vast expansion program, there Is now much more BUDWEISER Order by the Carton Zionist Board Meets A I .-.: ting of the Coral / nisi D ti • at t] [Mr. 'and Mrs :.: Si I 127 N.W, St. :-.-. • • M :.: x :man R I. chaii mi n I tl District Y mtn i' • A repor tiona! nvention • given by H id G S '. : Ben Zion Ginsburg 2469 Flamingo Dr., was formerly vice president in charge of membership of the Chicago Zionist Region, chairman of the Zionist 'Emergency Council in Chi land president of the Chicago Zionist Region. He was a member of the national executive of the ZOA under D:. Ntwmar.n's administration for two years. Since moving to Miami B' Ginsburg has take: an active role in community affairs. Besides his activities in the Miami B Zionist District, he is a vice p dent of the Hebrew Academy. vice president of the Jewish National Fund Council of Gr Miami, a member of the Gr. Miami Zionist Youth Con sion and a member of the of trustees of the Miami B Jewish Center. Spinoza Forum Meets The Spino; Outd I continues to meet the hoi f Dr. Abra im Wolfson, 124 C llins A-.. M Beach, to listen to Ami Town '•' • • Aii A the broadcast ... :. nd tni inv ted • atl n Orovitzes To Depart For European Tour and Mrs. Max Orovitz. 2115 lian Ave., Miami Beach, and their Felicia, will leave Ni '. York Sunday. They will : Eu opt aboard the New im on July 1. who was graduated Miami Beach High School will take a student tour which will include Italy. SwitzerFrance, England and Belgium. is, Switzerland and the Scandinavian countries will be in :.".-' itinerary. The Mill return in September. Budweiser ANHEUSER-BUSCH SAINT LOUIS Distributed by NATIONAL BRANDS, Inc. SAM BLASK. Pres. Phone 2-7401 MiamL Fla. Boat Ride Slated Club W : Sun:: IJ Julj 17 at 8 the Seven S from Pier 8. City Yacht B Ki : th %  :: I ALTO GLASS Installed While You Wodt Full Line of Auto Accessories and Parts ADAMS GLASS SERVICE 1805 Purdy Avenue Call 58-3756 or 5-4316 Miami Y to Stage Summer Basketball Tournament The Miami YM & YWHA conduct its all-Miami summer invitation basketball tournamer. beginning July 6 and extending through August, at its new gymnasium. 450 S.W. 16th Ave The tournament will consist of a single round robin series^ of games to be played each W< %  nesday evening. Leading club= in the community which have been invited to the tournament include Jesuit All-Stars. Little River. Fort Lauderdale. Muffets. Miami Beacr. YM ar.d WHA. The host team will also participate in the tourney. A practice workout and meet ing of all team representatives was held at the Miami Y June 23 at 8 p.m. MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. 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?AGE PO01 t*Jfew/s//fc***to/7 FRIDAY, JUNE 24. EDITORIAL lAiuxannr i omffrvmrv : <-. ".tT -^r.-.Ci %  ji _i tie sccred tozJerer^ce zzs beeprecincts oi Bon 77. e L-v-Av:...e '.'„.-J":.'~ -::. 7 .'. O V .-. •.'.e L.V -i-V.-..-. e mired in procodu:-. ~.r.T..-.es from tr* very r^v..'..-...-.-; ~.yzz~.'~. '::.-. :.'*:.is: ob-ser^ers of the r.eov.v\'„.v.-. .-.we T.v.-.-.s felt thtr. c^reeme^: %  M'jiA -.."./..-. '.-.* -.o.-Jere.-.-re p?cv.c..-.g mere wsi no outside interference In :-ct. cs early as iour •*.hH/j. %  : %  :'. .' appeared thai .-.e Arabs were amenable lo on hroofi ionnrnki •/.-.•regard to the Arab refugee prohlerr. i-" ~v when the Arab stces .-/:-;•;.•. showing inclinabom toward accepting :.-.e .-;.•-;':. ., ... /..-..'.'. ti%..-. r.'jve oj/er.ea tr.e rood 10 disc ~i?..'...'. zA r-errr.o.-.er.' se~t.err.er.* •r.e ..-.v.a.o.e forces which bare boon operating ago '-. ever s„*.ce .". ^.ceptior. oeccr. pu„ing the ttrings And the immecre etrec ^: that operation was Arab mtransigeasoe and stiffen ing. British opposition to *.'.e p.o*.-.. however vicious, was taidsvstandablo, sirice it has always been the a v o wed pol.oy c: tr.e Labor Governmen' to r.-' the screws on the new s"o e E. why the U S has .e.v iftseiJ la thai potiCY Hi a hrst-ciass mystery inloss Oi COUTM WSJ CafSSSSBjf that the wires from source* o'.-.e: 'bar. London were bo: with pen aasion 7.'.';' *r.e ser.c^.'.e'-iri c: r.e A:ar. refuaee problem has been tr.aar.J.ed '--' of all proport.or. has been demonstrated ever and over agate. The fabrication about 90 C COC Arab refugees has been esrpoeed on .-. unerous occasions. Yet those whose faces grimaced with rigidity when the fate of Jewish refugees was involved are glowing with softness and human warmth BOW that Arabs are the refugees. Piety to them seems to have one direction. The answer to the visible and invisible forces which have been operating against Israel was given this week in unmistakable language by Moshe Sharett, Israeli Foreign Minister, when he declared that Israeli soldiers did not die in battle only to have Israeli politicians relinquish the essential territory they helped conquer. I Need Your Help, Pal— #;oo Senatorial in.• tigation ol the denazification prograpi ..-. G< rmany. Aft<.-r all, 1,000 Kazi teachei have been re-instated, 60% of the Bavarian judges who have belonged to the Nazi party aw. men such aa Hjalmai schacht, Franz von Pap< n, old man Krup;, :•,:. Bohlen Halbach and Mathilda von Ludendorff are still free and even ii %  Koch got away with murder ir, the full sense of the word. Wf: did not meet with much success told the anonymous writer, (is there a Jewish hooded tradition, tOO?J but if anyone at Published every Friday elnce 17, by The Jewiih Floridian at 120 N c. Sixth Street, Miami 18, Florida, tn tared aa aecond-claa* matter July 4, 1930, at the Pott Office of Miami, Fla.. under the Act of March i, 1879 The Jewlah Floridian haa abiorbeo ttia Jawlah Unity and tha Jewlah Weakly. Member of the Jewlah Tele S raphic Agency, Seven Arta Featura yndlcata, Worldwide Newt Service, National Editorial AaaoclaMon, American Aaaociatlon of EngllahJewlah Newapaoera. Florida Preaa Aaaociatlon. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Or.a Year t i.eo Two Yaara S B.OO FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publlahar Telephones 2-1141 —2-8212 OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street papei would taketime to write to the US Government Printing office to ask for S Res. 125, you would get an amazing : v iiment. one document the Honda ition of the American Jewhas helped to write and aponsor. Signed by Senator Pepper foi Florida (D/, Senator Gillette 'Li, of Iowa, Senator Hendrickson 'R; of New Jersey and Senator Ives l.h) of New york These fou.courageous Amencan Senators have sponsored a Senatorial Investigation Committee on Germany today. Senate Resolution 125 asks for an investigation "whether or not there i^ infiltration of former Nazis, Nazi supporters, and other anti democratic elements into denazification tribunals," SR125 continues to ask "whether or no; foi iner Nazi and other anti-democratic elements have been eliminated froh high position in public office and the economic life in Germany," even the Nazi teachers and judges in office today will be investigated. A whole section deals with the re-education of the German youth today. Senator Spestard L. Holland who not too often is in agreement with Claude Pepper has stated "I'm inclined to support Senate Resolution 125." The American Jewish Congress and its 1G0 delegates from 20 states have presented to the State Department a lull survey on the revived Prussia and Germany's fast political and dangerous recovery, and we have certainly told details about the Industrial Fair in New Yoik where the Ger10% Of Jews In British Zone To Emigrate 'Continued from Page 1) ceive compensation of approximately 300 to 500 Deutechemarks, French Violinist To Live In Miami, Says Israeli Music "The music of Israel is steadily improving; as new forces come thus enabling them to buy clothupon the scene, it becomes richer ing and other essential articles. and more complex." This compensation was obtained under the law providing pensions for victims of Nazi persecution which had previously applied to claimants living in the Bri.isli Zone but not to those intending to emigrate. The committee said it now hoped to obtain the transfer of those pension rights to the emigrants, particularly in the case of older people who are in financial difficulties in the country to which they are emigrating. HIAS To Purchase Australian Shelter NEW YORK, (JTA)—The purchase of a building to be used as an immigrant shelter in Melbourne, Australia, has been approved by the board of directors of HIAS. it was announced this week by HIAS president Samuel A. Telsey. The building will be used to feed and quarter newcomers to Australia until they are resettled, he said. The purchase and establishment of the shelter will be effected through the cooperation of the Australian Jewish Welfare and Relief Society, he added. a similar This is the opinion of a newcomer to Miami, Pierre Mande. a musician who in 1937 led an ensemble at Jerusalem's King David Hotel and who since that time has watched the development of music in the Jewish state with keen interest. Mande, a graduate of the Paris Conservatory where he studied under the renowned Jacques i Thibaud, will occupy a chair in the first violin section of the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra next season. He will also teach at the Institute of Music of the Miami School of Applied Arts. And as if this were not enough to keep him busy, Mande will take several pupils for private violin instruction. As peripatetic as the gypsies, whose music is his speciality, Mande has played the swank spots in the continent's most famous watering places and resorts, including Cannes, Nice, Monte Carlo and Geneva. His string ensemble Volume 22 Nurr b<-r 25 FRIDAY, JUNE 24. 1949 SIVAN 27, 5709 Both organizations were listed as subversive by our attorney general, Tom Clark. There is no "new look" in Jewish life and if the American Jewish Congress is now as "bad" as the American Jewish Committee, mans sold goods for one million | wa can take it, as I do believe dollars. that both organizations are fine As to the expulsion of two, an d democratic organizations, begroups from the American Jew-'ii ove in the United States and ish Congress I want to say— as a| suppo rt Israel and both Congress non-member of the American I anf j committee have probably Jewish Congress—this should 1 done more for Jewish life in the have been done a long time ago. (j.S. and the rest of the world Why your paper is deferring the than the anonymous (hooded?) Jewish People's Fraternal Order columnist, and the Jewish Labor Council is • Frankly vours, beyond my understanding. Don't KURT SINGER you read the American preas? I Coral Gables, Fla. Pierre Mande Is Improving also was heard over the ra and in concert programs. Ma plans to organize semble here. Mande fought with the Frel armies during the war and June 18, 1940, four ciavs bef( the capitulation of France, capturea Dy the Germans He one of 14 survivors out of a co pany of 110 men who resis heavy fire from the Germans six days and nights. Mande, wn hands had been trained to Mozart and Techaikowsky. loaded metal scrap in a prisor of-war camp at Schwarzwald. long hours of strenuous iac coupled with the poor living ditions, caused his health to way and he was confined to hospital in Luneville. Upon I recovery he managed to coni members of the French una ground, who smuggled nim, violin and a cat across the Dor in a vinegar barrel. In 1942 Mande—with the s. violin and cat—came to country. He had the distinct of being the first French pna er of war who escaped from Germans to gain admission nj and it was a grinning Msnae appeared—cat in hand—on pages of the New York Her Tribune in February of IM'JI Mande lived in New York six years before coming I area. He played in the Blue M there and other smart ClUWM hotels and appeared in a i Hall recital in 1945. Mande lives here with his a son and a daughter who born on June 10. his birthday of this year. Kosher Caterers Supervise Affairs Firestone and Sonntag. the kosher caterers in Miami endos by the Greater Miami y. Hakashruth, recently supeivi a dinner given in honor ot Josi M. Rose at the Miami Beach Jl ish Center, a luncheon tor PTA of the Hebrew Academy numerous other affairs. mm



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-Xnhttkrldltor Lions To Accept Philadelphia Post A** !" _. ..vonitive director ? „ K executive director rf tre S 1M4. has resigned j*8? September It Bureau Of Jewish Education ances Frome Receives natner Scholarship The con ••.. Charles % % %  %  B | Jewish Education announced this week that inr.ual scholars been awarded to Fr in • %  Frome, age '.2. student of the Hebre\ school • Bureau Education. Frances foi the Beth El Her. i PAGE FIVE l*SSSnSJ to accept e nf executive director ihono; ex*. rM|M on iscl. SriSuSelphia Council. H Education, Max Meise.. **^-t n( the bureau, has anpresioent 01 Sector of the Philadelphia <'' ton Jewish educational •JlB country. Among the *? nf the council, which is rfdU ifucnt f the Allied Jewish >n for. I • -' • ...:...• %  | thi %  %  %  %  : %  IS I %  %  %  %  Popular Miami Beach atton Ev< excit ns FARR ,:r so w( I ike it a neverto-be fort %  '• I A la It Your Travel COM PL n %  39 c each 12 for 14.50 SPECIALLY PRICED! Tall, clear crystal tumblers for your summer beverage serving. Priced for a stock-up during this June Sale! Hand-engraved initials (1 or 3) each 63c 12 Hand-enc/Tcrved initials $7.25 *<0 CO O't. en Engrawtd Ordr B. %  Miami. OtaMwirt. Fifth Floor Obituaries ABRAHAM TlTLEVAS BMcb. died in a I. % % %  leave* hl wif ^ rP wnt to i and burlai by i ami Beach. BENJAMIN FE MAS %  I 131 v.. puMd aay fane i" H* Jf nVrnar-l. Leo ind Han Ida. • M 8 %  }Ufl Junior & Misses W DRESSES__^ PETER PAN FROCKS WANTED SK SUNDAY SCHOOL TEACHERS Apply Box 20C6. Ocean V:e*^^_<__^ Temple Isaiah •The Reform JCongregaf.or. of Miami Be: 1065 Dade Boulevard Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyerv International AttorneyJ has just returned from Israel will be Guest Speaker: Subject: "MY IMPRESSIONS OF ISRAEL TODAY Mr. Siegfried Geismar. At.-rneT. wiU conduct service. Reception wm loltow FRIDAY. JUNE 24. 8:1* rM. The public i invited to attend XCOUST BROS RVI NOW OPEN ONlY JEW.SH.Sm^CUIS.NE TH.S Honeychiles DELICATESSEN • RESTAURANT 2WNOBTH MIAMI AVENUE For Thos. Who Apprecia.e Fine Food We Carry Zion Products •_ c-in AM. lo A -MOpen ircm 6.-0 A.m. Phone 82-5011 FREE DELIVERY SERVICE •


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FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 1949
.
Synagogue Council
Organized Here
The Synagogues Council of
Southeastern Florida was formal-
ly organized Sunday at a meeting
held in the home of Judge Harold
Spaet, 220 West Rivo Alto Dr.,
Miami Beach.
The council is a complete lay-
men's group consisting of three
appointed or elected members of
each .synagogue and temple in the
area and will be considered the
southeastern area representative
group in the Synagogue Council
of America, which includes rep-
resentatives of Orthodox. Con-
servative and Reform Judaism.
Purpose of the Southeastern
Synagogue Council of Florida are:
1. To strengthen Judaism: The
primary and major purpose Ls to
make the synagogue the center
of Jewish spiritual influence,
thereby strengthening Judaism in
America. This will be accom-
plished by promoting religious
unity without uniformity: by
fostering the observance of the
Sabbath festivals and holy davs:
by stimulating Jewish religious
education: by encouraging Syna-
gogue affiliation and attendance;
by urging religious interests in
the home: by spreading the mes-'.
sage of Judaism through the radio.!
the press and direct contact with j
religious leaders of Jewry; and
by concerning itself with religious
problems of common interest to
all wings of Judaism.
2. To improve Jewish-Christian
relations: By cooperating with the
branches of Federal Council of
the churches of Christ of America
in our area, the branches of the
over-all Protestant body in our
area, and the branches of the na-
tional Catholic Welfare Confer-
ence, to represent the Jewish re-
ligious groups in this area in mat-
ters of interfaith activities. As
occasions arise, to exchange mes-
sages of good will with Christian
bodies. To encourage clergy and
educators to prevent misinforma-
tion and misunderstanding among
their groups. To strive to expose
and refute misrepresentations of
Jewish religious principles and
practices that may be found in
literature, on the stage and over
the radio.
3. To contribute to our nation's
peace programs: To cooperate
with all branches of the govern-
ment in the dissemination of in-
formation, treasury savings drives,
Red Cross, and other war or peace
religious agencies, maintaining di-
rect contact with all of these de-
partments and agencies as the
representative of the Jewish re-
ligious group.-: in this area.
At this first formal meeting,
the following officers officers and
directors were elected: chairman,
Harold B. Spaet, Temple Israel;
vice chairman. Julius Jay Perl-
mutter. Temple Isaiah: secretary,
Louis J. Krensky, Temple Beth
S.-.olom: treasurer, Harry Sirkin,
Jewish Community Center; cor-
responding secretary, Samuel
Dickson, Congregation Beth
David.
Members of the board of di-
rectors will consist of one se-
lected representative from each
of the constituent congregations
who are members of the Syna-
gogue Council. The congregations
participating in organizing this
council and their respective rep-
resentatives present at this meet-
ing were: Temple Isaiah, Julius
Jay Perlmutter. Dr. Maurice Rich,
Benjamin W. Tupler; Temple Beth
Sholom, Shepard Broad, Louis J.
Krensky, Benjamin Rimer; Tem-
Asa<>cl.ttr-ii Photosjraphsra
B'nai B'rith groups of Greater Miami entertained veterans at Pratt General Hospital with a gala
"Father's Day Fun Program" last Wednesday. Shown at the affair are (front row, L to r.) Mrs. Sid-
ney Covner of the Coral Gables Women's Chapter; Mrs. Sidney Boeninger, B'nai B'rith hospital
service representative; Nurse Stein; Leo Steinman; Mr. and Mrs. Mark Silverstein. presidents of the
North Shore Lodge and Chapter and Entertainers Steve Gregory and Hy Fried. Patients pictured
at the rear are (1. to r.) Maurice Burkhalter, Eugene Melville. Richard Pollack and Joseph K. Baker.
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FEATURED BY
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Living Room Furniture
and
pie Israel, Harold B. Spaet, Max 1 Roa-*ls % 14
Meisel, Dr. Frank Corel: Congre-'
gation Beth El. Sidney H. Palmer.
Leon Kaplan, John C. Temple:
Jewish Community Center, Harry
Sirkin, -TrvseDh M. Rose; Congre-
gation Beth David, Al Quadrow,
Sam Dickson, Murray Cohen: Mi-
ami Hebrew School and Congre-
gation, Leo Sheinler, Edward
Becker, Max Orovitz. Other tem-
ples and congregations of this
area have been invited to par-
ticipate.
The meeting was attended by
many of the rabbit in this area
who acted in an advisory capacit>
in the formation of this" laymen's
council. Included among" those
present were: Jacob H. Kaplan,
rabbi emeritus, Temple Israel;
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Jewish
Community Center; Rabbi April
of the Miami Hebrew School :.nd
Congregation; Rabbi Grauer of
Congregation Beth El: Rabbi Max
Shapiro of Congregation Bet.'-.
David; Rabbi Leon Kronish, Tem-
ple Beth Sholom.
Shepard Broad was appointed
as chairman of a committee to
draw up a constitution and by
laws. Other members of the com-
mittee are Leon Kaplan and
Julius Jay Perlmutter.
Will
Sponsor I i*iiis
The first in a series of summer
fund raising and social events to
be sponsored by the Miami
Beach Chapter, Florida Women's
Division of the American Jewish
Congress will be a moonlight
cruise aboard the Seven Seas
Thursday evening.
The board will leave Pier 10,
City Yacht Basin at 8:30 p.m. and
will be out for two and a half
hours. Dancing to orchestra music,
and entertainment are on the
agenda, according to Mrs. Wil-
liam Loeb. president.
Tickets may be obtained by
contacting Morris Rabinowitz. at 58-2105 or
the co-chairman. Mrs. Jerome
Kimball, at 5-0576. Also on the
committee are Mrs. Leonard
Glickman, Clara Goldenberg and
Mrs. Manuel Tanenbaum.
Beckham Reappointed
Judge Walter H. Beckham was
last week reappointed to his fifth
term as judge of the Dade Countv
juvenile and domestic relations
court by Governor Fuller Warren.
First appointed in 1933 to suc-
ceed Judge Edith Atkinson, Judge
Beckham was nominated without
opposition in the primaries held
in May. 1948.
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PAGE SIX +kltffkrMtor FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 1949 Synagogue Council Organized Here The Synagogues Council of Southeastern Florida was formally organized Sunday at a meeting held in the home of Judge Harold Spaet, 220 West Rivo Alto Dr., Miami Beach. The council is a complete laymen's group consisting of three appointed or elected members of each .synagogue and temple in the area and will be considered the southeastern area representative group in the Synagogue Council of America, which includes representatives of Orthodox. Conservative and Reform Judaism. Purpose of the Southeastern Synagogue Council of Florida are: 1. To strengthen Judaism: The primary and major purpose Ls to make the synagogue the center of Jewish spiritual influence, thereby strengthening Judaism in America. This will be accomplished by promoting religious unity without uniformity: by fostering the observance of the Sabbath festivals and holy davs: by stimulating Jewish religious education: by encouraging Synagogue affiliation and attendance; by urging religious interests in the home: by spreading the mes' sage of Judaism through the radio.! the press and direct contact with j religious leaders of Jewry; and by concerning itself with religious problems of common interest to all wings of Judaism. 2. To improve Jewish-Christian relations: By cooperating with the branches of Federal Council of the churches of Christ of America in our area, the branches of the over-all Protestant body in our area, and the branches of the national Catholic Welfare Conference, to represent the Jewish religious groups in this area in matters of interfaith activities. As occasions arise, to exchange messages of good will with Christian bodies. To encourage clergy and educators to prevent misinformation and misunderstanding among their groups. To strive to expose and refute misrepresentations of Jewish religious principles and practices that may be found in literature, on the stage and over the radio. 3. To contribute to our nation's peace programs: To cooperate with all branches of the government in the dissemination of information, treasury savings drives, Red Cross, and other war or peace religious agencies, maintaining direct contact with all of these departments and agencies as the representative of the Jewish religious group.-: in this area. At this first formal meeting, the following officers officers and directors were elected: chairman, Harold B. Spaet, Temple Israel; vice chairman. Julius Jay Perlmutter. Temple Isaiah: secretary, Louis J. Krensky, Temple Beth S.-.olom: treasurer, Harry Sirkin, Jewish Community Center; corresponding secretary, Samuel Dickson, Congregation Beth David. Members of the board of directors will consist of one selected representative from each of the constituent congregations who are members of the Synagogue Council. The congregations participating in organizing this council and their respective representatives present at this meeting were: Temple Isaiah, Julius Jay Perlmutter. Dr. Maurice Rich, Benjamin W. Tupler; Temple Beth Sholom, Shepard Broad, Louis J. Krensky, Benjamin Rimer; TemAsa<>cl.ttr-ii Photosjraphsra B'nai B'rith groups of Greater Miami entertained veterans at Pratt General Hospital with a gala "Father's Day Fun Program" last Wednesday. Shown at the affair are (front row, L to r.) Mrs. Sidney Covner of the Coral Gables Women's Chapter; Mrs. Sidney Boeninger, B'nai B'rith hospital service representative; Nurse Stein; Leo Steinman; Mr. and Mrs. Mark Silverstein. presidents of the North Shore Lodge and Chapter and Entertainers Steve Gregory and Hy Fried. Patients pictured at the rear are (1. to r.) Maurice Burkhalter, Eugene Melville. Richard Pollack and Joseph K. Baker. 2 FAMOUS NAMES FEATURED BY WOLPERT'S Living Room Furniture and pie Israel, Harold B. Spaet, Max 1 Roa-*ls % 14 Meisel, Dr. Frank Corel: Congre-' gation Beth El. Sidney H. Palmer. Leon Kaplan, John C. Temple: Jewish Community Center, Harry Sirkin, -TrvseDh M. Rose; Congregation Beth David, Al Quadrow, Sam Dickson, Murray Cohen: Miami Hebrew School and Congregation, Leo Sheinler, Edward Becker, Max Orovitz. Other temples and congregations of this area have been invited to participate. The meeting was attended by many of the rabbit in this area who acted in an advisory capacit> in the formation of this" laymen's council. Included among" those present were: Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus, Temple Israel; Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Jewish Community Center; Rabbi April of the Miami Hebrew School :.nd Congregation; Rabbi Grauer of Congregation Beth El: Rabbi Max Shapiro of Congregation Bet.'-. David; Rabbi Leon Kronish, Temple Beth Sholom. Shepard Broad was appointed as chairman of a committee to draw up a constitution and by laws. Other members of the committee are Leon Kaplan and Julius Jay Perlmutter. Will Sponsor I i*iiis The first in a series of summer fund raising and social events to be sponsored by the Miami Beach Chapter, Florida Women's Division of the American Jewish Congress will be a moonlight cruise aboard the Seven Seas Thursday evening. The board will leave Pier 10, City Yacht Basin at 8:30 p.m. and will be out for two and a half hours. Dancing to orchestra music, and entertainment are on the agenda, according to Mrs. William Loeb. president. 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leach B'nai B'rith Americanism Rally
To Feature Youth Friendship Chorus
The s^"R;illv win be spon-
July
e s.
Lodge,
Beach
Flamingo Park,
second annual
Americanism I
mred by Mi"
S3 R'rith m
Bnai B"1"-
^ .ho Will present Irving
KiAS "f Friendship."
Caesar Line croup made their
aflfSUK it a "Rights of
2 n" irstitut,' at the Roney Plaza
KinManhof this year under
" .win of the Fonda Re-
SlADL offhand the Great-
1Miami B'nai BTith Council.
efp" Sulhvan. hand director of
(^uH.ghSlhi:;:lniSHthes director
Florida
B'rith Youth chair-
Turk of Miami
rfthe'chbral group. He is assisted
J David Rabinowita,
State B'nai
roan. ,.
Mavor Hai
Beach is making special arrange
ments tor the transportation of
K singing group from various
2tateinMiaM.it.. Flamingo Park
tor the patriotic observance
scheduled to start promptly at
I p.m.
Godfrey K. Newman, gener
chairman of the Americanism ;
gram, has announced his commit'
tee consisting of Jules P, ('. an
ning, Harry Zukernick, Walti
Kovner and Barnett Beck.:
Invitations have born extended
to civic, service and veterans or-
ganisation! and their families to
attend the evening of enter!
ment and it is expected that an
attendance exceeding 2500 n
bers of B'nai B'rith will be on
hand for the program.
B'nai B'rith leaders in thi
Greater Miami community who
have been invited to be seated on
the platform with city council-
man, mayors and other dignataries
include: John Kronenfled, Mark
Silverstein, A. Budd Cutler, Ji
rome R. Adelman. Donald Eanett,
Harold Booth, Mrs. Harold Rand, i
Mrs. Seymour Satin, Mi
Silverstein, Mrs. William II.
ler, Mrs. Erwin Mar-hall. Do
Rader, Mrs. Irving Cypen, I
Brown, Elaine Schwartz. I.
Krupsaw, Adele Ziff, Lou IK .man.
Isaac Levin, Mrs Harry G<
and Roslyn Morris.
Off the Record
Letters To
.Wf Offended
. Is the writer of
"Strictly ntlal."' nationally
i< I f.-iii of the Individual
, s. iv Ice. The nrtl-
..,. i Mrs Qlaaaer ap-
., | v I. s l--llf Of The
r Editor.
Dear Editor:
Irresponsible reporting creates
untruthsas one who attended
the American Jewish Congress
Administrative Committee on
June 7 and a participant in the
delegation who appeared in Wash-
ington on June 6. 1949, I desire
to convey a true picture of the
proceedingsSenate Resolution
No. 125 (copy attached) which
VIS introduced on June 7 by Sen-
ator Claude S. Pepper co-signed
by a bipartisan senatorial group
consisting of two Republicans and
two Democrats, namely. Senators
Ives of New York, Gillette of
The Editor
Congress which consists of 68
member nations. How utterly
ridiculous and stupid it is to al-
lege that the American J<
Congress is "not terribly alan
about the strengthening of
ism in Germany"when we are
the ones who made such strenuous
efforts to make the survey, make
the expose and brought it b
the wide public. If instead of giv-
ing a distorted picture, you
given the facts and urge others
to join the campaign, you would
have rendered a much greater
service to the Jewish people.
It is hard to replace the unfor-
gettable voice of Dr. Wistthe
true American nd true Jew but
the American Jewish Congress is
making every effort to carry on in
the tradition of our leader of
blessed memory. The Congress did
not exclude these two affiliated
organizations the American
Jewish Labor Council and the
Jewish Peoples Fraternal Order
Mrs. Robert Rosen was re-
cently elected president of the
Miami Alumnae of Phi Sigma
Sigma sorority. Others elected
to office were Mrs. Victor Reit-
er, vice president: Mrs. Harry
Rosenfeld. social secretary: Mrs.
Doris Zion, corresponding sec-
retary: Mrs. Manuel Lubel.
sunshine chairman: Miss Thel-
ma Laedman, philanthropic:
Miss Ruth Rogers, recording
Secretary; Mrs. Jerome Adel-
man, treasurer. The group was
recently feted by Mrs. Adelman
at an informal tea at her home,
1930 S.W. 23rd Terr.
Seven Jewish dwarfs, five sisters and two brothers, survivors
o! concentration camps in Hungary, recently arrived in Israel The
seven n.-.rl been on the vert;.- of heing sent off to Oswiecim but they
were miraculously -par, ,1 They are all musicians and plan to earn a
living as entertainers. An Arab policeman whose wife gave birth
w-?/?n "1 day Israel i( : rated its tlr8t anniversary named his
child Israi 1 Mai y Christians are trying to enter Israel by posing as
ewa = Vl succeeded In May of 1948 there were 655,000
JJ""1 el. 1 May of 1949 there were 890,000. As many as
100.000 Catholic pil. i -pected to visit Israel next year in
tion with the celebration of the -Holy Year." Israel's mer-
chant marine now coi I fifteen ships. Should Congress vote
a,! '"''' oui denazification program in Germany many
; will fall. Th v the opposition will leave no stone un-
turned to prevent i an eventuality. Germany is reeking with
nazism and anti-Semitism. If the American Military Government
cared to revi il the figures they would show that perhaps more than
fifty percent of the denazification judges are themselves former
nazis. Some with unusually close ties to the Nazi Party. A former
member of the Nazi Party in Palestine is threatening to sue the
Israeli Government. He is Paul Avrello who resided in the German
color. i ar T< 1 Aviv. Avrello lives in Dusseldorf, where
ttled just before thi tbreak of tl e war. His planned law suit,
the i harge that the seizure by Israel of
Nazi pr ipi rty in the : rman colony is unlawful.
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Iowa. Hennksen of New Jersey becahse they were "radical" and
was a din-ft result of the efforts
of this successful delegation
labelled as unsuccessful by your
anonymous columnist in "Strictly
Confidential." This resolution was
drafted by the Florida delegation
consisting of Kurt Singer, noted
author and authority on espion-
age. Mrs A A. Hay den and my-
self It is definitely untrue that
we are an undemocratic organiza-
tion since we were not represent-
ed by paid professionals but by
over 200 volunteer delegates from
over 20 states who met with their
respective senators and repre-
sentativ,s
We must absolutely refute the
charge that the Senators were
Not Very Polite"each and
everyone was above reproach but
one; who is entitled to his dissent-
ing point of view as an individual
and he did not raise his voice "to
a nigh crescendo." Every Senator
was far moie sympathetic and
inendly than we expected.
Contrary to your allegations,
*'< not only presented a dossier
or. the recent German Industrial
in .New York to the State Depart-
nent-but the best available sur-
eV of denazification program in
wnrnany f today, and this was
conducted bv the World Jewish
Builders of Immortal
Memorials for the
Jewish Trade
12 HI 11
I2SS t. W. tth Street
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progressive but I quote the New
York TimesJewish Congress
upholds OustersTwo Left-wing
Bodies lead by Administrative
Group to be "Hostile to Program"
The charges against the two
groups grew out of a dual cam
paign in the United States Con-
gress. The National Executive
Committee of the American Jew-
ish Congress on November 29,
1948, voted to support a group
libel bill introduced on February
3, in the House bv Representative
Arthur G. Klein of New York.
The Labor Council and the
Fraternal Order were charged
with having sought passage of
another bill of similiar nature-
through William A. Barrett. Rep-
resentative of Pennsylvania, thus
"sabotaging" the program of the
American Jewish Congress.
It was charged also that the
tv groups had formed an organ-
ization c lied the Juint Commit-
tee to combat Anti-Semitism,
which erted was dup-
' .-: its workunquote. These
expulsions were based entirely
shed violation of organ-
izational discipline and procedure,
port is clear for any-
one who wishes to .-tudy it ob-
' /ely.
I ally the question raised by
your columnist that the "New
look of the American Jewish Con-
s looks so much like the old
look of the American Jewish
Committee" makes me wonder
what he gains by bringing dissen-
. ion and attack against two or-
ganizations who are engaged in
Mng anti-Semitism. Fascism
ai d Communism as the long and
well established records of the
American Jewish Committee and
the American Jewish Congress
show. Who stands to gain by di-
vidii g and internal smear? The
raison d'etre for the American
Jewish Congress stands on it.,
own merits.
Sincerely yours,
BESS GLASSER.
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wBjfiH j +Untsti U ,Hi tr leach B'nai B'rith Americanism Rally To Feature Youth Friendship Chorus The s^" R;illv wi n be sponJuly e s. Lodge, Beach Flamingo Park, second annual Americanism I mred by Mi" S3 R'rith m Bnai B" 1 "^ „.ho Will present Irving KiAS "f Friendship." Caesar Line croup made their aflfSUK it a "Rights of 2 n" irstitut,' at the Roney Plaza KinManhof this year under .win of the Fonda ReSlADL offhand the Great1 M iami B'nai BTith Council. ef p" Sulhvan. hand director of (^uH. g hS l h i:;: l n i S H the s director Florida B'rith Youth chairTurk of Miami rfthe'chbral group. He is assisted J David Rabinowita, State B'nai roan. ,. Mavor Hai Beach is making special arrange ments tor the transportation of K singing group from various 2tateinMiaM.it.. Flamingo Park tor the patriotic observance scheduled to start promptly at I p.m. Godfrey K. Newman, gener chairman of the Americanism ; gram, has announced his commit' tee consisting of Jules P, ('. an ning, Harry Zukernick, Walti Kovner and Barnett Beck.: Invitations have born extended to civic, service and veterans organisation! and their families to attend the evening of enter! ment and it is expected that an attendance exceeding 2500 n bers of B'nai B'rith will be on hand for the program. B'nai B'rith leaders in thi Greater Miami community who have been invited to be seated on the platform with city councilman, mayors and other dignataries include: John Kronenfled, Mark Silverstein, A. Budd Cutler, Ji rome R. Adelman. Donald Eanett, Harold Booth, Mrs. Harold Rand, i Mrs. Seymour Satin, Mi Silverstein, Mrs. William II. ler, Mrs. Erwin Mar-hall. Do Rader, Mrs. Irving Cypen, I Brown, Elaine Schwartz. I. Krupsaw, Adele Ziff, Lou IK .man. Isaac Levin, Mrs Harry G< and Roslyn Morris. Off the Record Letters To .Wf Offended Is the writer of "Strictly %  '• ntlal."' nationally i< I f.-iii • of the Individual s. iv Ice. The nrtl..,. %  i Mrs Qlaaaer ap., | v I. s l--llf Of The r • Editor. Dear Editor: Irresponsible reporting creates untruths—as one who attended the American Jewish Congress Administrative Committee on June 7 and a participant in the delegation who appeared in Washington on June 6. 1949, I desire to convey a true picture of the proceedings—Senate Resolution No. 125 (copy attached) which VIS introduced on June 7 by Senator Claude S. Pepper co-signed by a bipartisan senatorial group consisting of two Republicans and two Democrats, namely. Senators Ives of New York, Gillette of The Editor Congress which consists of 68 member nations. How utterly ridiculous and stupid it is to allege that the American J< Congress is "not terribly alan about the strengthening of ism in Germany"—when we are the ones who made such strenuous efforts to make the survey, make the expose and brought it b the wide public. If instead of giving a distorted picture, you given the facts and urge others to join the campaign, you would have rendered a much greater service to the Jewish people. It is hard to replace the unforgettable voice of Dr. Wist—the true American „nd true Jew but the American Jewish Congress is making every effort to carry on in the tradition of our leader of blessed memory. The Congress did not exclude these two affiliated organizations — the American Jewish Labor Council and the Jewish Peoples Fraternal Order Mrs. Robert Rosen was recently elected president of the Miami Alumnae of Phi Sigma Sigma sorority. Others elected to office were Mrs. Victor Reiter, vice president: Mrs. Harry Rosenfeld. social secretary: Mrs. Doris Zion, corresponding secretary: Mrs. Manuel Lubel. sunshine chairman: Miss Thelma Laedman, philanthropic: Miss Ruth Rogers, recording Secretary; Mrs. Jerome Adelman, treasurer. The group was recently feted by Mrs. Adelman at an informal tea at her home, 1930 S.W. 23rd Terr. Seven Jewish dwarfs, five sisters and two brothers, survivors o! concentration camps in Hungary, recently arrived in Israel The seven n.-.rl been on the vert;.of heing sent off to Oswiecim but they were miraculously -par, ,1 They are all musicians and plan to earn a living as entertainers. An Arab policeman whose wife gave birth w-?/? n "1 day Israel i( : rated its tlr8t anniversary named his child Israi 1 Mai y Christians are trying to enter Israel by posing as ewa = Vl succeeded In May of 1948 there were 655,000 •JJ"" 1 el. 1 May of 1949 there were 890,000. As many as 100.000 Catholic pil. i -pected to visit Israel next year in tion with the celebration of the -Holy Year." Israel's merchant marine now coi I fifteen ships. Should Congress vote a,! '"' %  '' oui denazification program in Germany many ; will fall. Th v the opposition will leave no stone unturned to prevent i an eventuality. Germany is reeking with nazism and anti-Semitism. If the American Military Government cared to revi il the figures they would show that perhaps more than fifty percent of the denazification judges are themselves former nazis. Some with unusually close ties to the Nazi Party. A former member of the Nazi Party in Palestine is threatening to sue the Israeli Government. He is Paul Avrello who resided in the German color. i ar T< 1 Aviv. Avrello lives in Dusseldorf, where ttled just before thi tbreak of tl e war. His planned law suit, the i harge that the seizure by Israel of Nazi pr ipi rty in the : rman colony is unlawful. 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Hay den and myself It is definitely untrue that we are an undemocratic organization since we were not represented by paid professionals but by over 200 volunteer delegates from over 20 states who met with their respective senators and representativ,s W e must absolutely refute the charge that the Senators were Not Very Polite"—each and everyone was above reproach but one; who is entitled to his dissenting point of view as an individual and he did not raise his voice "to a nigh crescendo." Every Senator was far moie sympathetic and inendly than we expected. Contrary to your allegations, *'< %  not only presented a dossier or. the recent German Industrial in .New York to the State Depart•nent-but the best available sure V of denazification program in wnrnany „f today, and this was conducted b v the World Jewish Builders of Immortal Memorials for the Jewish Trade 12 HI 11 I2SS t. W. tth Street Loo* For the 2-Siory White" Building THURMOND MONUMENT Co. MARKERS $35.00 PLUS -CEMETERY CHARGES Pn Sundayt Phone 4-M4f progressive but I quote the New York Times—Jewish Congress upholds Ousters—Two Left-wing Bodies lead by Administrative Group to be "Hostile to Program" —The charges against the two groups grew out of a dual cam paign in the United States Congress. The National Executive Committee of the American Jewish Congress on November 29, 1948, voted to support a group libel bill introduced on February 3, in the House bv Representative Arthur G. Klein of New York. The Labor Council and the Fraternal Order were charged with having sought passage of another bill of similiar naturethrough William A. Barrett. Representative of Pennsylvania, thus "sabotaging" the program of the American Jewish Congress. It was charged also that the tv groups had formed an organization c lied the Juint Committee to combat Anti-Semitism, which erted was dup' .-: its work—unquote. 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PAGE SIX +Jewlst>flcridrtor FRIDAY, JUNE 24. Synagogue Council Organized Here The Synagogues Council of Southeastern Florida was formally organized Sunday at a meeting held in the home of Judge Harold Spaet, 220 West Rivo Alto Dr., Miami Beach. The council is a complete laymen's group consisting of three appointed or elected members of each synagogue and temple in the area and will be considered the southeastern area representative group in the Synagogue Council of America, which includes representatives of Orthodox, Conservative and Reform Judaism. Purpose of the Southeastern Synagogue Council of Florida are: 1. To strengthen Judaism: The primary and major purpose is to make the synagogue the center of Jewish spiritual influence, thereby strengthening Judaism in America. This will be accomplished by promoting religious unity without uniformity; by fostering the observance of the Sabbath festivals and holy days; by stimulating Jewish religious education; by encouraging Synagogue affiliation and attendance; by urging religious interests in the home; by spreading the message of Judaism through the radio, the press and direct contact with religious leaders of Jewry; and by concerning itself with religious problems of common interest to all wings of Judaism. 2. To improve Jewish-Christian relations: By cooperating with the branches of Federal Council of the churches of Christ of America in our area, the branches of the over-all Protestant body in our area, and the branches of the national Catholic Welfare Conference, to represent the Jewish religious groups in this area in matters of interfaith activities. As occasions arise, to exchange messages of good will with Christian bodies. To encourage clergy and educators to prevent misinformation and misunderstanding among their groups. To strive to expose and refute misrepresentations of Jewish religious principles and practices that may be found in literature, on the stage and over the radio. 3. To contribute to our nation's peace programs: To cooperate with all branches of the government in the dissemination of information, treasury savings drives, Red Cross, and other war or peace religious agencies, maintaining direct contact with all of these departments and agencies as the representative of the Jewish religious groups in this area. At this first formal meeting, the following officers officers and directors were elected: chairman, Harold B. Spaet, Temple Israel; vice chairman, Julius Jay Perlmutter, Temple Isaiah; secretary, Louis J. Krensky, Temple Beth Sholom; treasurer, Harry Sirkin, Jewish Community Center; corresponding secretary, Samuel Dickson, Congregation Beth David. Members of the board of directors will consist of one selected representative from each of the constituent congregations who are members of the Synagogue Council. The congregations • participating in organizing this council and their respective representatives present at this meeting were: Temple Isaiah, Julius Jay Perlmutter, Dr. Maurice Rich, Benjamin W. Tupler; Temple Beth Sholom, Shepard Broad, Louis J. Krensky, Benjamin Rimer; Tem_ Associated Photographers J %  B'rith groups of Greater Miami entertained veterans at Pratt General Hospital with a gala Father's Day Fun Program" last Wednesday. Shown at the affair are (front row, 1. to r.) Mrs. Sidney Covnier of the Coral Gables Women's Chapter; Mrs. Sidney Boeninger. B'nai B'rith hospital service representative; Nurse Stein; Leo Steinman; Mr. and Mrs. Mark Silverstein, presidents of the North Shore Lodge and Chapter and Entertainers Steve Gregory and Hy Fried. Patients pictured at the rear are (1. to r.) Maurice Burkhalter, Eugene Melville, Richard Pollack and Joseph K. Baker. 2 FAMOUS NAMES FEATURED BY WOLPERT Living Room Furniture and pie Israel, Harold B. Spaet, Max Meisel, Dr. Frank Coret; Congregation Beth El, Sidney H. Palmer, Leon Kaplan, John C. Temple; Jewish Community Center, Harry Sirkin, ToseDh M. Rose; Congregation Beth David, Al Quadrow, Sam Dickson, Murray Cohen; Miami Hebrew School and Congregation, Leo Sheinler, Edward Becker, Max Orovitz. Other temples and congregations of this area have been invited to participate. The meeting was attended by many of the rabbis in this area who acted in an advisory capacity in the formation of this laymen's council. Included among those present were: Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus, Temple Israel; Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Jewish Community Center; Rabbi April of the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation; Rabbi Grauer of Congregation Beth El; Rabbi Max Shapiro of Congregation Beth David; Rabbi Leon Kronish, Temple Beth Sholom. 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^UNE20943_ j^gtaHTrith Americanism Rally rii Feature Youth Friendship Chorus +J*nlsMkridFfon PAGE SEVEN July 4th 1* iK Z Rallv will be sponM ric,n Miami Beach Lodge, *" B by ri ,h M m Flamingo Park, Miami f a o cn of thc event will be i&%" You,h the Chorus, a. singing obovs and girls of all P up ho will present Irving K of Friendship/ 1 ^ r J? froup made their l*e. BnPJf.jJee at a "Rights of ^ iSute aMhe Roney Plaza f, n March of this year under Holel chin of the Florida ReCADL office and the GreatK ?.Tn'nai B'rith Council. tf P SK band director of M High School, is the director 2?.Sal group. He is assisted £ David Rabinowitz, Florida JteB'nai B'rith Youth chair"Sivor Harold Turk of Miami Jg is making special arrangeEtt for the transportation of *Tnon gr u P from various JU'm Miami to Flamingo Park I the patriotic observance Iheduled to start promptly at 1p.m. Godfrey K. Newman, general chairman of the Americanism program, has announced his committee consisting of Jules P. Cl an ning, Harry Zukernick, Waltei Kovner and Burnett Beckerman. Invitations have been extended to civic, service and veterans organizations and their families to attend the evening of entertainment and it is expected that an attendance exceeding 2500 members of B'nai B'rith will be on hand for the program. B'nai B'rith leaders in the Greater Miami community who have been invited to be seated on the platform with city councilmen, mayors and other dignataries include: John Kronenfled, Mark Silverstein, A. Budd Cutler. Jerome R. Adelman, Donald Eanett, Harold Booth. Mrs. Harold Rand.l Mrs. Seymour Satin, Mrs. Mark Silverstein, Mrs. William Hech-1 ler, Mrs. Erwin Marshall. Dorothy I Rader, Mrs. Irving Cypen, I Brown, Elaine Schwartz. Louise Krupsaw, Adele Ziff, Lou Heiman, I Isaac Levin, Mrs. Harry Goi and Roslyn Morris. Letters To The Editor AJC Defended PtfceuJ Blrnn, is the writer of •Strictly Confldi ntlal %  nationally %  ndieated <' %  '"' f ""' lnd |vl< l ual Bdialvi Fi H Service. The artletlone' arrived in israeTh' were n i' In "^ ?" th< T85 f bdnR Sent off to Oswiecim but they UvTn* .n ll I %  Spare A d T ] K '-V ,rc a!1 musicians and plan to earn a o %  ? son on tl T"'T A ? A ,'' a u b P ollceman ** wife gave birth childTr?, 1 H, V l br:ited its nrst anniversary named his cniia Israel. Many Christians are trying to enter Israel by posing as Jew,. Some have succeeded. In May of 1948 there were 655.000 innnn ( n r. .u"-; 1 Ir ', M i,v ot ,949 there we !" m < m As many as 100.000 Catholic pilgrin s are expected to visit Israel next year in connection with the celebration of the "Holy Year." Israel's merchant marine now consists ol fifteen ships. Should Congress vote an investigation oi our denazification program in Germany many heads will fall. That is why the opposition will leave no stone unturned to prevent such an eventuality. Germany is reeking with nazism and anti-Semitism. If the American Military Government cared to reveal the figures they would show that perhaps more than fifty percent of the denazification judges are themselves former nazis. Some with unusually close ties to the Nazi Party. A former member of the Nazi Party in Palestine is threatening to sue the Israeli Government. He is Paul Avrello who resided in the German colony of Sarano near Tel Aviv. Avrello lives in Dusseldorf, where he settled just before thi ut reak of the war. His planned law suit, he claims, will be based on the charge that the seizure by Israel of Nazi property in the former German colony is unlawful. two groups had formed an organization called the Joint Committee to combat Anti-Semitism, which congress asserted was duplicating its work—unquote. These expulsions were based entirely on established violation of organizational discipline and procedure, and the report is clear for anyone who wishes to .-tudy it objectively. Fil ally the question raised by your columnist that the "New look of the American Jewish Congress looks so much like the old look of the American Jewish Committee" makes me wonder what he gains by bringing dissension and attack against two organizations who are engaged in fighting anti-Semitism, Fascism and Communism as the long and well established records of thc American Jewish Committee and the American Jewish Congress show. Who stands to gain by dividing and internal smear? The raison d'etre for the American Jewish Congress stands on it., own merits. Sincerely vours. BESS GLASSER. EXTERMINATING FUMIGATING INSECTICIDES FOR SALE EARL WHITFORD APEX PEST CONTROL SERVICE 3582 N. W. 22nd Ave. Phone 3-7500 RESERVATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED COLONIAL INN HENDERSONVILLE, N. C. 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PAGE EIGHT -Jmlstinark/Ian FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 1949 Personally Speaking I. H. Katz, 2239 S.W. 21st St., has just returned to Miami after a year's visit with his iamily in Johannesburg, South Africa. %  %  %  %  %  Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Horowitz, 950 Meridian Ave., left Tuesday Jor a two-month stay with their families at Staten Island. A. Bramson left Tuesday by plane for Worcester, Mass., to spend the summer with his niece. Mr. and Mrs. Jack M. Shapiro have moved into their new home at 853 S.W. 11th St. + Mr. and Mrs. Moe Solomon, 1900 S.W. 17th Terr., recently celebrated their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary with a dinner party at the Park Avenue Restaurant, Miami Beach. Attending were their sons, Joe and Philip, and their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Sam LeVine. Mr. and Mrs. Solomon left Saturday, June 18, for an extended motor trip through the East. They will return in July. Ruth Brotman entertained members of the press and radio at a luncheon at the Musicians Club of America, Tuesday. Vacationing at the Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville, N. C, are Mr. and Mrs. Max Jacobson and sons, Ronnie and Allan, Mr. and Mrs. Harold M. Blicher and daughters, Caroline and Arline, Mrs. Sarah Jacobson, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Gluck, Henry Jacobson and Sam Mendel, all Miamians. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Rome, 1308 El Rado St., Coral Gables, have returned from a tour of tre state. Included in their intinerary were Daytona Beach, Silver Springs and Marineland. While in Daytona, the Romes were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Panos. + Mrs. D. Rattner of Miami Beach left Wednesday by plane to visit her daughters in Virginia and New York. + The bris milah of Douglas Lance Grenald, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Zion Grenald, took place Monday at their home, 1985 Marseilles Dr., Miami Beach. Acting as qodparents were Dr. and Mrs. William Iver. Both grandfathers, Norman Minden and Sam Greenwald, acted as sandekim. Attending physician was Dr. Leo Grossman. The Rev. Philip Fried officiated. + The bris milah of Stephen Michael Rubin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Rubin, 1350 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach, took place last Thursday at home. The baby's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Resnick, served as godparents. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky was sandek. The Rev. Philip Fried officiated. Frankie Aaron Greenberq, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Greenberg, 922 S.W. 3rd St., recently left for Chicaqo to attend a Habonim convention. After the convention. Frankie, who graduated from Miami Senior High this year, will qo to Hechalutz Training Camp, Cream Ridqe, N. J. He expects to go to Israel after receiving training in this country. Dolly Fishbein Joins June Brides A double ring ceremony united in marriage Dolly Fishbeir.. daughter of Mrs. Sadie Fishbein, 2020 S.W. 24th Terr, and Irving Baum. son of Mrs. Ida Baum. Monticello, N. Y. Rabbi Max Shapiro performed the rites which took Dla r June 12 in the President Madison Hotel. Cantor Maurice Mamches sang. Given in marriage by her sister. Mrs. Bu5h, and her brother. Jonathan A. Fishbein, the bride wore a period gown of antique ivory satin fashioned with a full train, fitted bodice, sweetheart neckline edged in seed pearls. A seed pearl coronet secured her fingertip length illusion veil. She carried a white bible topped with orchids and lilies of the valley. Dinner followed the ceremony at the hotel. For her daughter's wedding. Mrs. Fishbein chose a gown of fuschia French crepe with yellow rosebud corsage. The bridegroom's mother wore midnight blue silk with a yellow rosebud corsage. The couple left for a wedding trip to Washington and New York. For travel the bride chose ice club organdy with white accessories and an orchid corsage. The former Miss Fishbein attended the University of Miami. is a member of Hadassah, a past president of Debbs Chapter. BBYW. Mr. Baum graduated this month from the University of Miami. Mildred Fradkin Weds Max Rosenthal June 15 Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan performed the ceremony which united Mildred Fradkin and Max Rosenthal. The service was held June 15 at Rabbi Kaplan's home, 1368 Normandy Dr., Miami Beach. Mrs. Henry M. Cain Emily Rose Deckelman Becomes Mrs. Cain In a double ring ceremony on May 28, Miss Emily Rose Deckelman, daughter of Mrs. Ida Deckelman of Miami Beach, became the bride of Henry R. Cain, son of Mrs. Miriam Cohen. The couple exchanged vows at the Phyllis Kapp Studio before Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus of Temple Israel. The bride, given in marriage by her uncle, Max Havelock. Baltimore, Md., wore an ankle-length dress of white organdy with a bonnet of illusion. She carried a nosegay of baby white gardenias. Rita Feinson was the bride's only attendant. Arthur Deckelman, brother of the bride, was best man. Immediately following the ceremony a reception was held at the studio. The bride graduated from the University of Miami and will continue her training as a medical technician at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Mr. Cain, who is attending the University of Miami Law Schooi, is affiliated with Tau Epsilon Pni social fraternity and Nu Beta Epsilon legal fraternity. He served for two years in the Navv ana was stationed in the South Pacific. Harriet Kripple Harriet Kripple To Marry July 2 A July 2nd wedding at Congregation Beth El is being planned by Miss Harriet Kripple, whose engagement to Marvin P. Meyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Meyer. Chicago, has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Kripple, 321 S.W. 9th Ave. A graduate of Miami Senior High, the bride-elect is a member of the Junior League of the Miami Y. Mr. Meyer, who is a Navy veteran of 22 months, attended schools in Chicago and graduated from the University of Illinois. He is now serving as a geologist with the Army Engineers in Jacksonville. Beach Y To Continue Young Adult Dances The weekly dances sponsored for young adults by the Miami Beach Y will continue through the summer months on Sunday evenings, according to announcement by Paul Nadellman, chairman. The Y will also sponsor roller skating under the stars every Tuesday at 8 p.m. According to Nadellman. the young adult classification includes girls over the age of 18 and fellows over 21. The general public, as well as members of the Y, may participate in this program for young people. J^^_^i M ^^ ^^^H I K a i^L c^ n Mrs. Louis Gidney was recently installed as president of the Deborah Group of Hadassah at a lunchteon at the Versailles Hotel. Mrs. Milton Sirkin served as installing officer. Bridge Session The Miami Y will hold its weekly bridge session Monday night at 8:30 in the air-cooled auditorium of the building. Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Bernstein of last week's were winners Mrs. Harold Simonhoff Marcia Cammer Weds Harold Simonhoff Following a brief honeymoon, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Simonhoff are living in Miami. The former Miss Marcia Cammer, daughter of Herman Cammer, 4381 S.W. 13th Terr,, became the bride of Mr. Simonhoff on May 29 at the Monte Carlo Hotel, Miami Beach. A reception at the hotel followed the ceremony. A graduate of Ponce de Leon High School, the bride attended the University of Miami. She is a member of Debbs, B'nai B'rith Young Women. The groom is a member of Phi Epsilon Pi fraternity at the University of Miami and a member of the Knights of Pythias. He also attended VPI. —Herald Staff Photo Miami Jewish community leaders attended the cornerstone laying ceremonies held Sunday Sv.t rn n i at ou ^ t ?P aTl d 8 Ttt*9ogue now under construction at S.W. 3rd Ave. between 28th and match. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Dezen 27th Roads. Shown at the site are (L to r.) Rabbi Max Shapiro, Murray Cohen, Harry Gordon, Bemie were runners-up. I Sterling and Jacob Sher. Be/nice Dacks U-M Honors Go To Berniee Dacks Bernice Dacks received her Master of Arts degree in Spanish from the University of Miami on June 6. Miss Dacks has also done graduate work at the University of Havana, Cuba, for which she was awarded a scholarship by the Institute of International Education, and at the Middlebury College Spanish School, Middlebury, Vt. Miss Dacks graduated cum laude from the University of Miami in 1947. At that time she was awarded a graduate assistantship in Spanish. She was a member of Nu Kappa Tau, highest woman's honorary, Sigma Delta Pi, Spanish honorary, and Theata Alpha Phi, dramatic honorary fraternity. She was given the Lima, Peru, Rotary Club grand prize. She plans to do advanced work in French and Spanish at Columbia University this summer and is leaving for New York on June 27. While studying at Columbia, she will remain at International House. Tamara Chapter To Meet Tuesday Tamara Chapter of Mizrachi Women will hold a meeting Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the Victor Hotel. 1144 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach, according to an announcement by Mrs. Charles Turk, president. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Landesman, managers of the hotel, will be hosts for the evening. Movjes will be shown and refreshments will be served. Next fund-raising affair will be a boat ride on Monday evening. July 4. Mrs. Israel Slotsky chairman of the affair and tickets may be obtained by calling Lilian i Bogdan at 83-6885 or Lily Laster at 58-6885.



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w~*W Rita Ly Zalkin JitaLyn Zalkin flrothal Told and Mrs. Max Zalkin, 2536 1 1 20th St.. have announced Lergagemcnt of their daughter, |MJ Lyn. to Jerome Cohen, son l[ Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cohen, 2901 Lingo Dr.. Miami Beach. I fre bride-to-be graduated from Lv school in Jacksonville and haded the University of MiE Her fiance is a law student Re University of Miami. I Mr. and Mrs. Cnhen entertained L| reception at their home Suniio honor of the couple. IGordons Leave For N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon left Ifc.N'ew York to attend the wedIfcgof Miss Eve Naomi Machtei. Aileen Miller Ailcen Miller To Become Mrs. Giller The betrothal of Aileen Miller to Charles Giller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Giller, 738 15th St., Miami Beach, ha.? been announced by her mother. Mrs Ethel Miller, 734 5th St., Miami Beach. The bride-elect was graduated from Miami Beach High School and attended Florida State University in Tallahassee. She also attended the Barbizor. School in New York City. Mr. Giller is attending the University of Florida where he is majoring in architecture. He is n member of Gargoyle, architectural honorary, and Phi Eta Sigma honorary society and served as president of the sophomore class. Pe rsonally Speaking fen Martha fi. Frame, Paul H. Marks 'Ian August Kites In North Carolina Martha Frame Planning an August 7th wedng in Grove Park Inn. Ashe%  j N C. is Miss Martha Gil"nst Frame, whose engagement PaulH. Marks, son of Mr. and Herman Marks, 1378 Coral JJ. was recently announced. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. EJHj? A. Frame of Winnipeg %  I Toronto. Canada, the bridect attended schools in both !" Sr.e came to Miami three & ag0 a ? secr etary to the Wish consul. i Marks P r minent Miami S y l s 2 charter member and Mmm a ( 7 of th0 0r ange Bowl S tee ^ and a heutenant J nel on Gov. Fuller Warren's wt. Past prescient of Pi Lambda I fe *>„,? of Greater Miami, Ei a iv 0 Cmber of the Maternity's .*cutne council. Mr. Marks (Tin'thA 3 heuton ant commandL !" he Navy with fo Mrs. Zalton Gerstel Leonore Wiseman, Zalton Gerstel Wed Lenore Wiseman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Simon Wiseman, 2240 S.W. 25th Terr., was married to Zalton Gerstel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gerstel, 1023 S.W. 13th Ct.. on May 16 at the Cadillac Hotel, Miami Beach. Rabbi Simon April performed the ceremony. The bride woie a gown of ivory satin with portrait neckline and court train. She carried an ivory prayer book adorned with orchids, ribbons and stephanotis. Alice Gerstel. oldest sister of the bridegroom, was maid of hor.or. Stella Gerstel was also an attendant. The bride's brother. Morris Wiseman, served as best man and ushering were Armond Gerstel. and Larry Bornsttin. Terry Bloom was ring bearer. Following the ceremony a buffet supper was served at the hotel. For goi.-.g away the bride chose a navy and white checked suit with navy accessories and an orchid corsage. The couple honeymooned in Daytona Beach. Sharet Chapter, BBYW, Hears Convention Report Paul H. Marks of Sharet Chapter, B'nai B'rith Young Women, met Tuesday night at the home of Charlotte i Coddon. Highlight of the evening was the convention: report given by the four delegates who attended the District No. 5 convention held at the Ritz Plaza Hotel, Miami Beach. Guests at the meeting were: Mrs. Ruth Cohen, national president, B'nai B'rith Y'oung Women: Mrs. William Hechler, president, Coral Gables B'nai B'rith Women; Selrr.a Lewis. B'nai B'rith Youth director of Greater Miami: Milton Friedman, past president of Florida's B'nai B'rith State Federation: and the out-of-town delegates to the convention who are still in Miami. Newly elected officers of DisrecerS SSS ?**&> former West Palm Beach resident, Kl^u" !" Mary Shrebnic k and other West Palm Beach friends. Mrs. Blumberg has come south for her annual summer vacation at Miami Beach, where she has been a guest at the Essex Hotel. TO Jesse Simon, senior at the North Illinois College of Optometry, returned to Chicago this week after spending his interISFSV & dst w ith his parent8, **• a nd **"• M onis Simon Robert Kanter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kanter, 3030 Koyal Palm Ave., Miami Beach, was graduated from the University of Miami Law School on June 6. Mr. and Mrs. Max Silver, their son, David, and Mrs. Silver's mother, Mrs. G. Seidenberg, will leave Sunday morning for New York. They will be away for six weeks. Kolman Luria of Miami Beach is leaving Monday morning for New York and Ansonia, Conn. He will return in six to eight weeks. Dr. and Mrs. M. A. Lipkind of Miami Beach left recently for New York to visit with their son, Norman. They will be gone about six weeks. -* Receiving her bachelor of laws degree from Georqe Washington University in Washinqton, D. C., at commencement exercises recently was Mrs. Ruth Baskin White, daughter of Mrs. M. Baskin, 4245 Sheridan Ave., Miami Beach. Louis Rabin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rabin, will leave for Akiba Boys' Camp at Stroudsburg, Penn., in a few days. Mis. Sonia Levitt, 835 N.W. 7th Street Road, recently returned from a two-month visit with relatives and friends in New York and Atlanta. Visiting with her at the present time are her daughter, Mrs. Irwin Krick of Atlanta and her children. Mrs. Krick will remain here until the middle of August. Mrs. Levitt's son, Myron, who is a senior at Georgia Tech is leaving on a student tour of Israel, which is being sponsored by IZFA. Myron, who was recently re-elected president of IZFA in Atlanta, will fly to the Jewish State on July 5 and return in September. Carole Jaffee will leave today for a three-day convention of B'nai B'rith Girls. Carole is a deleqate of Chapter 14. From the convention she will qo to Newark, N. J., where she will visit her relatives, the Schwellers. Bernard Hoppenfeld of Long Island, N. Y., is in Miami on a combined business and pleasure trip and is a guest at the Ponce de Leon Hotel. Mrs. Marie Blumberg has returned to her home in New York after visiting with friends in West Palm Beach, where she formerly resided. commission during the years construction and is a member of the executive board of Temple ^jSLe McCormick will *tend! tricTr*. £j !"!" *%$,£" ] WTjffST" KC : th S'-'Setary^nf Beverly The couple will sail on the Nieuw Amsterdam on August 15 for a wedding trip to England. France, Italy and Switzerland. They will return on the He de France on September 22. Dolly sverly Koch, delegate to the national convention. .. Plans were discussed for t e forthcoming dance the Sharet Summer Swirl, to be held at the Sorrento Hotel en JulyJ. Singer Names Hillel Council Representatives William D. Singer, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Fedeiation. has named the following to represent Federation on the Hillel Advisory Council: Harry Bovell. Mrs. William Capland, Herman Feldman, Mrs. Edward Friedman. Joseph A. Garfield. Max Holtsberg, Mrs. Oscar LelBride-Elect Feted Miss Phyllis Jean Rosenthal, bride-elect of Robert H. Vatz, was honored at a party and laneous shower given by Mrs. Stanley C. Myers and Mrs. Max Pepper at the Westview Country Club Wednesday. Miss Rosenthal, the daughtc. Dr. and Mrs. Albert E. Rosenthal. 444 West Di Lido Dr., Miami graduate of Miami Beach, is a graduate o chuk Mrs. Sol L Leslie, Laurence I Beach High. She attended tr.e LnLevenson. Robert Levin, Harold ivers;ty 0 f Alabama, where she Kramer. Dr. Herman Meyer. Mrs. I wa8 a member of Sigma Delta Sadve Rose, Dr. Jesse D. Spirer, Tau SO rority. Col. Elry Stone. Mrs. Herbert E.. u Scher and Julian Wein.kle. mr years of Poom2L, Flor,d, an, the brideSVom v" me to Miami to tondfathJH West where his hSS e W a H b Markowitz J *unselfn,.u"-He was general 1 C^Mhj Overseas Highwa y Jantaoi Vacation At F**cU Inn In N. C. Ul


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pAdfeTfeta •Jewish Atafcfaft Our Film Folk HOLLYWOOD — Writer director-producer Cy Howard, who shortly will become radio's topsalaried chattel, told me this week that the $200,000 per year he will rake in for the next six years is the payoff from hitting the situation comedy jackpot. Cy's new contract with the Columbia their sponsors at the end of the current season, may be back in the fall with drastically-revised programs in keeping with the trend toward low budgeted shows. In place of his present season's $16,000-a-week showcase, Jolson may come to the Lake Worth Party The Lake Worth Benevolent and Protective Association held a party Monday night in Pilgrim Hall. Mrs. J. Sneider was in charge of arrangements. LEGAL NOTICE Broadcasting System is the re** ^•J* ~fiLJH*ffl ward for the success of his two current packages, "My friend Irma" and "Life With Luigi," with a new opus "The Private Lives of Eddie and Ann," to debut this summer on the network. The latter show, dealing with the adult world through the eyes of 10-year-olds, may also be telecased simultaneously. Howard has pronounced ideas on the place of situation versus gag comedy. He maintains that the day of gaggery and tailoring a show to a star's needs has ended. Cy insists, for his shows, on a story stressing characterization with "teal people and real problems" in it. In this way, he claims, the comedy basis is laid for situations that have impact and can be continued indefinitely. Cy claims the technique of playing a show to a studio audience is all wet. "Why sacrifice an audience of 22,000.000 at home for 400 in the studio?" he asks. "The number of laughs a show gets in the studio is a false baiometer because comedians use tricks to get the people in the studio to laugh. They mug, use tired old mother-in-law pokes, sex jokes, girdle jokes, insults and wild jokes. I go after relaxed listening in the home." Cy "dejokifies" each of his radio scripts and pulls out at least 15 gags that are not in character and do not spring from the situation. He explains: "Each of my scripts must have the story resolved. I do not use cliches, and there are no jokes fed to characters." Cy has his actors dress in character for the studio audience, his theory being: "For the studio audience—theater: for the people at home—radio." with the accent on nostalgia and songs, rather than comedy, permitting for a lop-off of top-money scripters and supplementary talent fees. Departing from his comedy package for which Pabst has been paying $20,000 a week, Cantor is playing with the idea of a program to showcase young talent and bring it in under a $10,000 talent cost. Jack Benny informs us that he'll do at least one live television show a month starting in the fall for his present sponsor, to augment the cigarette firm's weekly program built around comedienne Martha Raye. Lucky Strike wants* Jack to concentrate or. his Sunday night r.idio stanza and thus the TV program will remain on an experimental basis. If it is found that he has time enough to do n ore than one TV show each month, then the schedule might be stepped up to a bi-weeklv basis. • • • Norman Mailer, brilliant young author of "The Naked and the Dead." hitherto averse to film offers, is talking a deal with Director John Huston for a picture to be made for the One World Award Committee. Project calls for Mailer and the film director to tour the world for background material. • • • Danny Kaye was described as "the greatest ambassador of Anglo-American relations" by U. S. Ambassador to Great Britain. Lewis Douglas, at a luncheon this week feting Danny at the Hotel Savoy. London, with cabinet ministers, members of parliament and the Lord Mayor applauding the American comedian. Douglas declared that Kaye has done more to cement relations between the two countries than all officialdom. • • • Two of radio's veteran top-coin comics. Al Jolson and Eddie Cantor, both parting company with Yiddish Theatre On the Air wraz (940 on Your Dial} EVERY SUNDAY 12:00 Noon to 1:30 P. M. EVERY TUESDAY 6:00 to 7:00 P. M. Yiddish Classical Hour EVERY SUNDAY A Variety of Stare in the Latest Recordings Available CLASSICAL—LITURGICAL AND FOLK MUSIC Listen to our New Feature Yiddish Theatre On the Air M. Nasafir. Program Director Post Cards Offered To Lure Tourists People of this area have an opportunity to participate in a state-1 wide drive to bring summer vacationers to Florida, Dave Bosworth, district manager for Florida Power and Light Company, said in announcing that his office is making available oversize post cards depicting Florida's vacation spots for mailing to out-of-state residents. "All of us know that tourists spend thousands of dollars in our state, most of it during the winter season." Bosworth said. "It's up to us to tell our friends in other states that, during the summer, Florida offers the same interesting sights, plus a wide selection of accommodations. Furthermore, hotels, motor courts and guest homes are offering attractive rates during the summer. "Highways, beaches, lakes and hundreds of places of inteiest are less crowded than in winter," Bosworth continued. "Summertime in other states is vacationtime, so let's write our friends and relatives in these other states and tell them about our full program for summer fun." For this purpose, Florida Power and Light Company is offering free post cards, printed in four colors and showing scenes of Florida's "vacation-land." These "Summer-Grams" are now available at the Miami local office. "Already our company has ordered 50.000 of these SummerGrams printed and more will be available when needed," Bosworth said. "All of our offices throughout the state are supplying these cards free of charge. We estimate we've given away nearly a million Summer-Grams i l o l le .. we started Printing them in NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE. No. 22650. In Re: ESTATE OF HERMAN STERN, Deceased. To All Creditors ami 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 HERMAN STERN deceased late of Miami Beach. 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 Dad* 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 20, A.D. 1949. MINNIE STERN. As Executrix of the List Will and Testament of HERMAN STERN, Deceased. HARRY ZUKERNICK Attorney for Executrix 42(1 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida 6/24 7/1-8-13 ORDER FOR PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 123.180. LI8ELOTTE HUSTLER, Plaintiff, vs. CHARLES H. HUSTLER, Defendant. TO: CHARLES H. HUSTLER 28 BERKLEY HEIGHTS PARK BLOOMFIELD, NEW JERSEY YOU ARE HEREBY required to file an Appearance or Plead in the above action for divorce on or before July 25, 1949; otherwise a Decree pro confesso will be entered against you in accordance with the Statutes of the State of Florida so made and provided. DATED this 21st day of June. 1949. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of tile Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIC1E, Deputy Clerk BURNETT ROTH Attorney for Plaintiff 412 Congress Building Miami. Florida 6/24 7.1-S-15 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Hl-Stylo of Miami at Miami, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JO HOCHMANN MYRTLE F. SMITH 6/17-24 7/1-8-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Bobby Cote at Miami, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JO HOCHMANN MYRTLE F. SMITH Cl-8-I/i tZ-Ll/9 FRIDAY, JUNE 2 4, LEGAL NOTICE 194 NOTICE OF INTENTION TrTT7~~ APPLICATION FOR F ]2 A At DISCHARGE NAL "JNTYJUlJOK-sT-orRT i.i.J rVY. FLORIDA.-No 2i4-i AD l ESTATE OF J$aan.'' NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ARTISTIC DISPLAYS CO. (not Inc.) at number 3300 North Miami Avenue in the City of Miami. Florida, Intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida MYLES D. ABERMAN, Sole owner. GEORGE J. TALIANOFF Attorney for Applicant 420 Lincoln Road 6/17-24 7/1-8-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of POST BRUNCH 'N SODA at 150 Giralda Avenue, Coral Gables, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. IX)U1S FRIED -NATHAN FEUERSTEIN Equal Partners AMOS BENJAMIN Attorney for Applicants 6/17-24 7/1-8-15 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of CYPRESS FURNITURE FACTORY at number 19 N.W. 20th St., in the City of Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JACK J. HONIQ DE COSTAS. MAER & FLOYD Attorneys for Applicant 607 Biscayne Building 6'24 7/1-8-15-22 Having dissolved partnership on May 9th, 1949, the owners of Lottie Brooks Dress Shop, 863 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, will not be responsible for any debts Incurred by other than themselves since the date of the dissolution of partnership LOTTIE SI ROTA MAX S1ROTA 6/3-10-17-24 known as Jessie Feldmnii I.'I al1 deceased; and that on The V ft"? of July. 1949. I will a.iulv £ d .i Honorable W. P. Bian on th Judge of Dade County, Fi 0 ,. 1 ,.;' u, t aiipi-oval of Haiti fi„„i .'?""•'• lu deceased. -*Mman DlugatchJ This 8th day of June 1949 HERBERT DLUGATCH Executor of the Estate nf i.' %  F. Dlugatch also know', t[ MS Feldman Dlugatch, Deed ELRY STONE Attorney for Executor 6/10-17-24 7/1 NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN uj the undersigned as Sheriff 0 f 1 ."'' County, Florida, acting under J d J virtue of a certain Writ of ExecM Issued out of the Civil Court of Rc3 of Dade County, Florida, In a certain cause Elmore, trading and' NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the firm name of TRIX at 536 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, Intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida JACK DAVIS, Sole Owner ALFRED KREISLER Attorney 10O9 Pan American Bank Bldg. Miami, Fla. 6/10-17-24 7/1 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF WAREHOUSEMAN'S NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that *M.'. rtUe ? f Cha ,t of Florida Statutes Annotated (1941), Warehousemen and Warehouse Receipts, wherein A. O TRANSFER *vri WAREHOUSE CO.. a Florid, corpora? n\n ?, V Ue f i,s war *huse lien, has in its possession the following described personal propertv: 1—12 ft. meat box '"hi% & wa,k -'n-and-reach-in box combination MW^MCTSES £ W llia Orr. 3363 fci lh P 1 *** 1, Miami. Dade Countv Ju?v 1ii. ,h S t on l he I3,h da >' of JUtar, 1949. during the legal hours of •ale, mainly between 11:00 forenoon v v v-\?. Em \V SE .*. *E8 MtoJS Avenue, Miami. Florida, the undersigned shall offer for sale to the highest bidder for cash In hand, the above described personal propertv as M. P M P w jr .2L t ^S said William "Orr, ?>nun„. i-i 6 *i h S,reet Mlaml Dade county. Florida. DATED at Miami Beach, Florida. this the 21st day of June, 194s A O. TRANSFER AND WAREHOUSE CO. ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! The Jewish Floridian solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates. Phone 2-1141 for messenger service. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of LOUIS HAPTEL'S WOMEN'S DRESS 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 HAFTEL HELENE HAFTEL JACK A. ABBOTT Attorney for applicants 6/3-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiringto engage in business under the fictitious name of Johnston's Chlc-N-Fry Steaks at 300 N. E. 79th StreeL Miami. Fla., intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. „„ „ AARON CHAIKEN MILTON A. FRIEDMAN, Attorney for Applicant Seybold Bldg. 6 10-17-24 7'1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of AMBOY HOUSE at 330 N.W. 1st street. Miami. Dade County. Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HYMAN LEVITSKY ROSE LEVITSKY LEO SHEINER Attorney for Applicants /24 7/1-S-15-22 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in fc n *ej Milder the fictitious name of VANDERBILT HOTEL at 2009 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach. Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. HERBERT H. ROBINS %  _. HYMAN ROSENBERG MTERS. HEIMAN KAPLAN f'27 Or J/ e j-*0 f 17 24 b n8 Ro enber NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS .~NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of BELL HOTEL at 110 8 Miami Avenue. Miami. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida, ._ AL RETSKIN, Lessee AMOS BENJAMIN Attorney for Lessee 505 Olympia Bldg. 6 17-24 7/1-8-15 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 125303 EMANI EL O. MILLER, Plaintiff, vs. JOHANNA MILLER. Defendant. You. JOHANNA MILLER, 1590 W. Sih Street. Brooklyn. New York, are notified to file your appearance In the above cause for divorce on the 19th day of July. A.D. 1949. otherwise decree pro confesso will be entered against you. Dated this 17 day of June, A.D. 1949. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FE1GE. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN ,e, Uty ^ Attorney for Applicant Seybold Bldg. 6,24 7/1-8-15 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of NETTLETON SHOES OF MIAMI BEACH at number 737 Lincoln Road n the City of Miami Beach, Florida. intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade C ounty, Florida. HARRY AUSLANDER FRED E. KOR.MAN -.„_ BELLE KOR.MAN HAROLD ZINN Attorney for Applicants 6'24 7/1-S-15 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of nZl* LT 1 6 £ erv '£e at 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, Intend "J !• %  '? %  wM name with the ClSS Florid cu Court of Dad County, £&%.?!&£ Flor| da Corporation f* £ 11L !" N : A. FRIEDMAN Its President MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney 1026 Seybold Bldg. 6'24 7/1-8-15 g and doing business under the name of Florida Poll,, 1.,. porter, being Cause No. 19292, naval levied said execution upon the following described property: 2 typewriter desks; 2 swivel chairs; 3 office chair? 1 leather divan; 1 photographic drier 1 photographic enlarger; 1 wooden I table; 1 portable typewriter; for any ln E >rma S'-, n con cer nlns this equipment call 9-18a7; and all persons am nutlI fled that I will sell the said described personal property to the highest and best bidder for cash at the south door of the Dade County Courthouse In the City of Miami. Dade County, Florida on the 4th day of July, nun. between the hours of 10:00 o'clock A M and 2:00 o'clock P.M.. said sale being made to satisfy said execution t„" gether with costs Including costs of sale, purchaser to pay for Sheriff's Bill of Sale Dated this 2 day of June, 194S JIMMY SULLIVAN Sheriff of Dade Countv, Florida By: GEO. F. HOLLY, Deputy Sheriff CUSHMAN AND WOODARD Attorneys at Law 710 Biscayne Bldg. 6/10-17-24 7/1 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCL'T IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDAIN CHANCERY, No. 125223. NANCY HIMEY, Plaintiff, vs. PETER HIMEY. Defendant TO: PETER HIMEY CHARLES STREET OLD BRIDGE, NEW JER8EY 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 927 Lincoln Road 6/10-17-24 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 Hiving 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 late of Dade County, Florida, to the 'Hon. W. F. BLANTON. County Judge of Dade County, and file the same In his office in the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act Date June 6th.' A.D 1949 Herman Wepman, Frieda Lustgarten, Rose Kaplan, Lillian Herts, Dr. M. J. Gllck. As Executors of the Last Will and Testament of William Hertz, Deceased. HERMAN WEPMAN Attorney for the Estate. 6/10-17-24 7/1 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF E^VE.N^TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT l£ ~£ ND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. — No. 125288 y yjUNlY lEEwK&J'&ySQSt ">ntlff. vs. TO ifvp NN v2? c £ LR P T D tndant. TO. JANE ANN MCELROY 233 Park Avenue, Pacific Grove, California. fiiT,. ARE HEREB Y NOTIFIED to Sm KS?n a P ,e8 f anc e or answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce in this cause on or before July 8, 1949; otherwise said Bll of Complaint will be taken as confessed by you FWM* E A XD 9 RDE RED at Miami. Florida, this 8 day of June. 1949 E B LEATHERMAN. (Circuit cfurt rk Sea.) th# C rCU,t ^^ By M. C. FEIGE. JACK A. ABBOTT. DePUtX C rk Attorney for Plaintiff C/KM7-24 7/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of 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 I'ade County, Florida. MARTIN POLK, Owner. OSCAR RAPPAPORT. Attorney 516 Seybold Building 6 /10-17-24 7/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Little Doll House Beauty Salon at 6789 S. W. 8th Street. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of 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 aald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HATTIE ALENIER /-lQ-17-l 7/1 y



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9S BHra j B fW^ffllMlIt P AOEiiJ!li Osheroff To Attend m Convention 'osheroff of Miami Beach, JSent of the Southern Region S intercolle^ate Zionist FedSi < A me,ica (IZFAK w,u Ssent the region at the organSffi national convention in EJ.H Ohio this week. C S£& -ho has been active Zionist circles in Miami and LoSviUe. was recently named *2Ei nf IZFA's Southern Rerteecfcd to the national J^ve cUit.ee He will1 also "1 as director of the IZFA S to be held in HendersonX V C at the site of Brandeis 5 in late August and early September. Earlier he helped orgize the Zionist group at the &ity of Florida and as membership and expansion chairman was instrumental in estaolahing several other chapters throughout the South. The son o(Mr and Mrs. Al Osheroff, 2485 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach, he was also editor of the first recowl paper. Numbering some ten thousand college students within its ranks, IZFA through its chalutz aim, Haoleh, has several hundred students preparing for life in Lrael in various professional and technical occupations. IZFA's Southern Region is comprised of sixteen chapters in Florida, Georgia. South Carolina, North Carolina, Tennessee, Alabama, Louisu.nna and Mississippi, with a membership of over ) student Zionists. +AnMntrirt£M Stan Lampert has appeared on the N.Y.U. track scene just as the summer seasor. starts. The big Mow from Brooklyn has given r.u basketball and as a result his (hot putting has improved to the extent that he is considered a likely choice to cop honors in his | speciality at the NCAA track and field championships in Los Angeles this weekend. Stan set a new Met AAU record last week when he tossed the 16-pound ball 56feet 6 ar.d three-quarter inches. Not a small feat when we consider that onlv three men have done better in the all-time his| tory of the event. Emil Von Ell.ng. ancient Violet tack mentor, feels that his MVfe is capable of tossing the Mil 58 feet. This is an amazing thought since Lampert couldn't | at 54 feet a month ago. Ira Kaplar M a mate of LamMfts, is corr.ir.g very fast in the Mpnnts and showed his mettle in P Met AAU by taking Crom2 \ n d Care >' in th e 220 yard !" n He looms as one of the top Jinte rs in the nation who mm reach his peak by the time I next Olympics roll along. • • • UK? thc Giant s f eel that ah,?rtL eId ma! ? cannot nel P them 12 d "P' te their pitching prob'£^ arr v >


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PAGE TWELVE + kMlst fkrlJInr FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 1949 Gables Religious Unit Gets Charter The First Jewish Congergation of Coral Gables, which was organized in May of this year, received its charter over the signature of Judge Stanley Milledge of the Circuit Court last week, according to an announcement by Lee Platt, president. Plans are now being formulated by the organization to conduct a concerted membership drive to enlist the estimated 300 Jewish families in the area who are not now affiliated with a congregation. The drive is slated to end at the time of the High Holy Days, Platt. membership chairman, announces. Arrangements are being made to hold High Holy Day services in a centrally located auditorium with a prominent rabbi and cantor officiating. Exploratory meetings have been held with A. P. Gannes. executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, to discuss the organization of a daily Hebrew school and Sunday school. A sisterhood was recently organized. The group's first affair was a luncheon Wednesday. More than 75 women attended and cards and man jong were played. The Congregation plans early affiliation with the United Synap>fiue of America. Meetings are held every Monday evening at the Hillel House. 3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd.. Coral Gables. Jewish residents of the area are invited to attend and to join in discussion of plans. Persons desiring further information regarding the First Jewish Congregation of Coral Gables are requested to contact tlie secretary. Edward Weich. at 83-15251. Alfred Gottesmcm To Convert Flagler Street Building Into Ultramodern Cafeteria And Stores Red Cross Swimming Classes Still Open It is not too late to register for the free swimming lessons which the Dade County Red Cross :making available this summer to all boys and girls between the ages of 6 and 8. Already over live thousand eager swimming aspirants have made application and classes started last Monday. Ted Bleier. volunteer Red Cross water safety chairman, estimates that over seven thousand Dade County residents will be taught to swim or improve their swimming skills through this program. All boys and girls completing the course will receive a certificate showing they have learnt I to swim. Junior life saving and advanced swimming classes will be held in the evening at the Hialeah and Venetian pools. Those interested are asked to call Red Cross headquarters for further information and an application blark. Pierre Mamie From Paris Conservatory 3134 S.W. 21st Street Phone 48-7247 Pictured above is the architect', drawing of how the building at 326 East Flagler St. will look when it is converted into a modern cafeteria and store building by Alfred Goltesman, who recently acquired the property from the Model Land Company. A survev which revealed the acute need for a cafeteria to accomodale the occupants of surrounding stores and office buildinys. as well as guests in nearby hotels, prompted Gottesman to undertake this project. The cafeteria will be the last word in eatery design and will seat approximately 500 people. The cafeteria section of the building wi'l be so designed as to be conspicuous from all points on Flagler St. and from Biscayne Blvd. The decor throughout will be of modern design and visual-designed facade will be featured. The entire building will be highly illuminated with cold cathode lighting. The latest stainless steel kitchen equipment, table settings and counter service will be employed and the set-up will enable the public to be served the finest food available in an expeditious manner on a 24-hour basis. Both stores and cafeteria will be air-conditioned throughout. Size of the property is 100 by 140 ft. with an easement running southerly to S.E. 1st St. and another running easterly to Biscayne Blvd. Estimated cost for the renovation will run between $255,000 and $270,000. It is expected that the building will be completed for the coming winter season. Plans are now on the boards of B. Robert Swartburg, Miami Beach architect. I iiikHsi/iu Opens Law Ollit-r Hero Martin Finkelsteir. announces the opening of his offices for the genera] practice of law in association with Louie Bandel at 611 Biscayr.e Building. A native of Philadelphia. Finkelstein took r.:s pre-law work Lewis Gets Scholarship From Yeshiva UniversityEdgar Lewis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Lewis, has been granted a scholarship to attend Yeshiva University, Rabbi Max Shapiro and Jerome B. Gordon learned this week. Edgar, who is 16 and a junior at Miami Edison Senior High School, is a confirmand of Beth David Sunday School and a graduate of I Beth David Hebrew School. Dur. ing the past three years he has been a student at the Hebrew high school conducted by the Bujreau of Jewish Education, where. according to his teacher, Hy j Pomerantz, he has done outstanding work. Rabbi Isaac Ever, southeastern director of Yeshiva, was instrumental in securing the scholarship. at Temple University in that city. After serving in the Army, he entered the University of Miami Law School and graduated from j there on June 6. At the universiI ty the young man was president < if Alpha Epsilon P: fraternity and was active in Hillel activities. While in Philadelphia, he was president of Sigma Alpha Rho. school fraternity, president I Young Judaea and was active I in the work of the Allied Jewish Appeal. j The your.g lawyer is now acting as adv.sor to the local chapter of Sigma Alpha Rho. Are you a friend of BILL Burbridge? Call 58-5709 Import ant LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the> unilersifrned. desiring to enpapo In business under the fictitious name of Herman Supply Company at 174". N.E 2nd Ave, Miami. Florida, intends to register said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. HARVET HERMAN Sole Owner 6 24 7 1-8-15-11 You Go to Bed 10 SLEEP -NOT TO FRET Abrains \amod Kingston Mgr. Irwin Abrams has been appointed general manager of the Kingston Hotel and Yacht Club, according to an announcement by Louis and Harry Miller, owners. Abrahams has been identified in the past seven years with a number of oceanfront hotels in this area, including the Sovereign, Atlantic, Surfcomber and several others. Abraham's plans many innovations for the exclusive North Beach hotel which boasts of one of the largest waterfront basins extending over 500 feet; a large, modem swimming pool and caFederation Governors To Meet Thursday A meeting of the board of governors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation will be held Thursday evenlr.K ac 8 o'clock at Federation headquarters, 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, according to an announcement by William D. Singer, president. bana club; and a private beach of 175 feet ocean frontage between 66th and 67th Sts. The Millers, also owners of the L. & H. Construction Co., are building the Miami Beach Auditorium and Convention Hall at 17th and Washington Ave. DAVID S A \ IMI O \ TAKES PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING THE ACQUISITION OF THE FAMED LOON LAKE HOTEL AND COTTAGES Loon Lake (Franklin Co.) New York 1800 feet high in the cool, picturesque Adirondacks OPENING JUNE 29th 3000 acre wonderland estate private 3 mile lake %  18 hole championship golf course tennis, saddle horses, all water sports, every conceivable facility Luxurious hotel rooms, suites, cottages elevator, telephones, noted Andron cuisine Dietary Laws. Inquire at N. Y. Office: Hotel Park Sheraton Phone: Judson 6-3257 or Circle 7-8999 (Extension 326) £**' %  M %  with mat2<>£ OS good OS home-mode/ 3 other tempting varieties with Rice Noodles • Cleor H O ROWITZ* MARGARETEN condensed KOSHBt CAMMED CHICKIM SOWS • M •>• t ori—t HOIOWITI M.iflAints V 10SMI CE I .lil H0IICI5 O't ei c-ei i to I •-.


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+M*lsHkrMtar PAGE THIRTEEN RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY ^i Tiaiah (Raxorm). 1063 *&&£* B-d, MM a.m tlon serv ^"'•^..ker will be Mr.. Anna Bren**£2Z who recently returned nw "gg? Her subject will be My rom !En. of Israel Today." A reeepffSEred by the Sisterhood will f£|jfc Community Cantor (C ££.tiT.). 2M0 Polk 8U Srwood. Rabbi Max Kaufman. ?i1?f Mrthe mornlnf servlce* '"SpSSs-tion Bath Jacob (Or•hodox). 301-311 Washington Ava~ SflBMch. Rabbi Mo^Maad .... „* --ervlce at 6:45 p.m. £' ,h Snrtet at l:M a.m. Mlncha SM*$ BjSrS* by Shalos Seudos. fe^^SS Communu. Canter (ConsarratiTa) 1701 Wuhinglon AT... Miami Baach. jUbbi Irving: Lahrman. Cantor J.cob Y. Goldxing. fULa ereoiPa service at 6:45. Satuv T. iir.K service at 9. I>ally rvkes u a rrT and 1:46 p.m. "tat* !•• R*orm). 137 jfE. 19th St Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman: Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. lUbbi Emeritus. Sabbath eveningservice at S.ls. r>r Jacob H Kaplan, rabbi emeritus. Win officiate at services In the absence of Rabbi Colman Zwitman who is attending a rabbinical conference in Bretton W^ods. N H Congregation Bath David (ConWiaJrw). 135 N.W. Third Ara. Rabbi Max Shapiro: ROT. Maurica Mamchaa. Fr .',-.• evening services at i:0O. SabUlh -,-,,:. rtoaa at 8.30. Bar lUtsvali f Louie, "on of Mr. and \i'. •..-. P_ibin. Rabbi Shapiro and ,' %  ',• Uamchee will officiate. A rerlU follow in the Talmud Torah I i %  '%  "• -m Congreganon Bath D (Orthodox). 590 S.W. 17th Ava. Rahbi Murray Grauar. Cantor Milton Friedman. Prida* evening services 6:30. S*bbaih Rl mini eervtee at 8 J Ja^m. *re*atlon at 10 a m Mlncha at f. '•,;..wrJ by Shak>s Seudos. Daily religious school from J:S0 to ft p.m. : ---vices 8 a.m. and f:30 V Tempi* Bath Sholom (Libaral). 4144 Chasa Ava.. Miami Baach. Rabbi Leon Kzoniah; Cantor Samuel Kelemar. Fr. lay evening services at 4 p m. dur.r.g summer Sabbath morning serI Ices al I I! Coral Gable* Jawiah Canxar (Libaral). Serv.ces disoontlnued until the fall Israelite Center (General). 3346 S.W. 24th St. Dally services at 7 a-m. Friday night serrlcea at 8 p m. RefreshmenU wiu be served immediately following the services Saturday morning services at a m .. United Jawiah Schools. North Campus. UniTtraitT of Miami. Miami Hebrew School and Con gregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W. 12th Are. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Barela Ke!emer. Services Friday evening at Saturday morning at 9 a.m. R i April win apeak on the Portion of the Law. Mlncha at 6:30 p.m. follow* Shalos Seudos Hebrew schoi i • i. ti> 12 noon Hebrew school v i from July 1 to August 15 rices at 7:30 p m. and 4 43 p m. Temple Emanu-El 'Reform). 1801 S. Andrews AT*.. Fort Lauderdale. Dr. Marius Ranson. Rabbi. Friday evening aerrl ••it 8 %  '. Rabbi Ranson win offl its Congregation Keneseth Israel (Orthodox). 432 Espanola Way. Miami Baach. Friday evening services at 5 10 p.m Saturday morning services at 9 a.m. Mlncha at 5 p.m. followed by Shalos Seudos. Religious Congregation. 4064 N.W. 4th St Congregation beth Tfilah (Orthodox). 935 Euclid Are.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackorsky. rnlng at SO R, luct ser %  %  sat,"! is on The the Fathi ......... roilow %  • %  Oil ill ia Bat o'clock. rnlng at I JWV Encampment Set For Hollywood July 9. 10 annual encampment of the • rtmer.t of I I the J w ish Wa Vetera .•-'Id in %  10. Highlight of t %  installation take place. Broward C ir.ty %  Both David Form* roupiw i iub An organization meeting of the Young Married Couples' Club of Beth David Congregation held Sunday, June 12. Over 40 couplet attended. Rabbi Max Shapiro and Je B. G'> mportance >f such a group to the community. Sam Levitan was named temporary chairman of the 01 and M. i. Bernard Applebaum will serve as temp secret Plans for parlor have been outlined %  >. ith such subjects IS Backgroun i I Hisl ir; C >ntcm.. %  :." "MarriI G en to a] '.-gardless of affiliations il ad American Investors To Finance Israeli Building The New York Times this week reported that Joseph Levy, wealthy hotel owner and president of a large clothing chain, departed by plane for Israel to supervise the construction of a modern ling in Tel Aviv. Before boarding an Air F plane. Levy told a Times report that the building would mark the first American sponsored pr of its kind in Israel. Constru ti • • •.. %  lized by Levy, suppl;. : the ind the Palestine !orporal the remainder. :,. ._..• i il a ire .-. the Tel \ _• listrict, 1 I ind 15 sto i i-i cinued until fall Demand SINAI KOSHER and PURE Distributed by HI-GRADE FOOD CO. 1733 H.W. 7th AVE. PHONE 2-7570. 9-2652 NORTON TIKMn^NORTON PAUOTTK CO 14M Alton Bd. **=^ r -tu rmrt



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+Jewlstfl&rldlar FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 1! Conciliation Commission Meets To Study Israeli Plan To Save Lausanne Parley LAUSANNE, (JTA) — The United Nations Conciliation Commission is now meeting to consider a new Israeli plan to rescue the Arab-Jewish peace conference at Lausanne from failure. The four-point plan was outlined to members of the Commission earlier by Dr. Walter Eytan, director-general of the Israeli Foreign Ministry and head of the Israeli delegation to the confeience. The first proposal made by Dr. Eytan was the establishment of five subcommittees by the Commission to deal with the following problems: 1. The internationalization of Jerusalem and the Holy Places; 2. The draft of a possible overall peace treaty; 3. Territorial adjustments and future frontiers; 4. Repatriation of Arab refugees who fled Palestine during the war; and, 5. Discussion of economic problems affecting Israel and its neighbors. Continuing with his proposals. Dr. Eytan suggested that the Commission seek wider powers for the Arab delegations here. The Arab representatives have time and again stated that they are not authorized to discuss more than the question of repatriating the Palestine Arab refugees. Dr. Eytan recommended that the Commission use its influence at Lausanne and in the various Arab capitals to enlarge the scope of the talks and the authority of the Arab delegates. The final suggestion put forward by the Israeli delegate was that the armistice agreements in force between Israel and Egypt. Transjordan and Lebanon be made the basis for future discussions. Dr. Eytan pointed out that the armistice pacts are the only existing basis for relations between Isruel and the Arab states, and voiced the opinion that the Commission had full authority to make this move. (The New York Times reported last week from Paris that Mark Ethridge, retiring chairman of the American delegation to the Lausanne talks, had conferred with Secretary of State Dean Acheson in Paris. Mr. Ethridge, who is en route home, will also confer with President Truman. The Time^ said that it is understood that Mr. Ethridge told Secretary Acheson that the major reason for the stalemate at Lausanne is the inability of either side to make basic concessions.) The initial reaction of two of the three members of the Commission—Hussein Yalchin ot Turkey and Claude de Boissanger of France—to Dr. Eytan's plan was negative. That of Raymond Hare, the new American member of the body, was said to be noncommittal. The rejection by Mr. Yalchin and M. de Boissanger, on the grounds that the Commission is not yet ready to change its methods of procedure, has surprised observers here who have Zionist Council Changes Nannv Elects Leaders The Greater Miami Zionist believed that the Commission, Emergency council will now be bogged down at this point, would called the Z ionist Council of welcome any show of initiative. South F i or jda. A resolution Mr. Hare's lack of commentJs changing the name was adopted at a recent meeting of the organbeing interpreted as a favorable omen. It is expected that he will eventually throw his support behind the Israeli suPestions, and will carry along the French and Turkish delegates. The Arab delegations here have filed a vigorous protest against the Israeli occupation last week of a demilitarized zone alongside of Government House of Jerusalem. Insisting on withdrawal from the newly-occupied positions, the Arabs have warned the Commission against the possible consequences of the Israeli move on the talks here. Louis Rabin Will Become Bar Mitzvah Top Price Paid for MEN'S USED CLOTHING AL'S 432 N. MIAMI AVE. Phone 2-3213 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rabin announce the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Louis, to be held tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock at Beth David Synagogue. Immediately following the services, refreshments will be served in the Talmud Torah auditorium. On Sunday afternoon from 3 to 6 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Rabin wili be hosts at a reception in honor of the confirmand at the National Hotel, 1677 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. Sheila Zalka will keep the guest book. Friends of the family are invited to attend boti. functions. Louis is a student at Citrus Grove Junior High School where he is a member of the school band. Out-of-town guests here for the event are: Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Buchman, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Buchman, Mr. and Mrs. Simon Buchman, Mr. and Mrs. Moe Baker, Sam Buchman, Tampa; Mr. and Mrs. David Friedlander, Mobile, Ala.; Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Finman, Pensacola; Mrs. Philip Simon, Teaneck, N. J.; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schemer, Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. Lou Bobroff, Gainesville; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rabin, Newberry, Spend Your SPRING VACATION at the De Soto Hotel and Health Resort SAFETY HARBOR, FLORIDA Rest and relax at one of the West Coast's fineit 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 Glass Installed — Furniture Tops Store Front Construction ADAMS GLASS SERVICE "If It's Glass We Hare IT 1805 PURDY AVE.. M. B. PH. 58-3756 OR 5-4316 Ask for ABE or IRVING RABINOWTTZ ization. Jurisdictional territory of the group now includes Miami, Miami Beach, Coral Gables, Hollywood and Ft. Lauderdale. I. R. Goodman was re-elected chairman of the council at the meeting. Others elected were Mrs. George M. Cohen, Abraham Goodman, Rabbi Moses Mcscheloff, Sidney L. Segall, Israel Shapoff and Alfred Stone, vice chairmen; Mrs. Joseph Carp, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Alfred Mamlrt. recording secretary; Dr. David S. Andron, treasurer. Other members of the council are: Rabbi Simon April, Saul Ashkonazy, Jack Burris, Leon Ell, Rev. Isaac H. Ever, Mrs. Dorothy Fink, Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg. Ben Zion Ginsberg, Mrs. Louis Glasser, Isadore Goldberg, Mrs. Louis Golden, Mrs. Benjamin Goldstein, Mrs. Abraham Goodman, Miss Lillian Goodman, Dr. Morris Goodman, Mrs. N. Hochman, Mrs. Frieda Kalstein, Mrs. Emanuel Karger, Rabbi Max Kaufman, Rabbi Leon Kronish. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Mrs. Leo Levin, David Liebman, Mrs. M. Mendelsohn, Mrs. H. C. Moser, Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, William L. Pallot, Sam Prosterman, Dr. Harry Queen, Rabbi David Raab. Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky, Dr. Marius Ranson, Miss Beverlv Raphael, Burnett Roth, Sol M. Sanders, Harold Shapiro, Mrs. Harold G. Shapiro, Isadore Shapiro, Rabbi Max Shapiro, Mrs. Milton Sirkin, Milton Sirkin, Robert Smallman, Hon. Harold Turk, Mrs. M. L. Zaretsky, Rabbi Colman Zwitman. Beth David Report Luncheon Slated First report luncheon meeting in the campaign to complete the Beth David Synagogue building for the High Holidays, will take place today at 12:30 p.m. in the Beth David Auditorium. Sidney Lefcourt, chairman of the campaign, with Jacob Sher and Harry Markowitz as associates, will report on the progress which has been made. Initial campaign for the new buildings on S.W. 3rd Ave. was launched some time ago with Sher and Markowitz as cochairmen. The pledges amounted to approximately $225,000, received from about one hundred and fifty members. The prsent campaign will cover the entire membership in order to make possible the holding of services in the new synagogue during the coming High Holidays. The over-all building program planning for the future of Miami' calls for three buildings—the synagogue, the school, the social building—at a cost of approimately $900,000. P Mrs. Glasser To Entertain Mrs. Louis Glasser, president of the Greater Miami Conference of Jewish Women's Organizations, has invited presidents of all groups affiliated with the conference and a few appointed chairHntlw 5 runc 1 A the Shelborne Hotel today at 10 a.m. a A ul T ?meetin g will be held at which time various projects for the ensuing year will be discussed Among these will be a radio program, a seminar on the Human Rights commission and a course nhJr t0 con duct board and chapter meetings. Life Insurance Eat a tea Authoritatively'Programmed NAT GANS Metropolitan Life Int. Co. •07 Blacayne Bldg. Ph. 3-4816 or 4-9981 %  *• or phone me for your LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS Rabbinical Assembly Names Mission To Israel The Rabbinical Assembly of America will send a minion to Israel early in July to learn how American Jewry can contribute toward the religious revival of the new state and to study the religious resources Israel can offer to strengthen Jewish life in America, it was announced by Rabbi David Aronson. Assembly president. Representing the Assembly on the mission will be four of the nation's leading Conservative rabbis. They are (left to right, above) Rabbi Ben Zion Bokser. spiritual leader of the Forest Hills Jewish Center in New York City and chairman of the mission, and Rabbi Maxwell Farber of Emanu-El Congregation in Philadelphia. The other members are (left to right, below) Rabbi Ralph Simon of Congregation Rodfei Zedek, Chicago, and Rabbi Sanders Tofield of the Jacksonville Jewish Center in Florida. 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1949 ^J^ltlh,ridHa Eban Speak At Exercises Of Brandeis' First Year 2000 persons y |t the Waltham. Mass., of Brandeis University, „Bpus Sunday. June 19 at 11 a.m. ^'..•nration Exercises for celeof the of the naed non*,i1 academic year or S&it Jewish-sponsor %  r.:. n university. PRalph JBur.chc, senior di1 of the United Nations EdUip Council and arbitraVffl recen, deputes over jj Element of Palestine, and honorable Aubrey Eban repS.ve of the State of Israel PS United Nations delivered I Imam addresses at the outdoor KJ at the Library Triangle rf the 100 acre campus. The Road to Peace—The njjted Nations Way '—was the I L of Dr. Bundle's address in lc h he discussed the United yitions as the one hope of cotoial peoples of the world for pa and freedom. Major Eban tou-sed "Israel and the United Jations." In the annual report of the president for the 1948-1949 academic year Dr. Abram L. Sachar imewed all phases of Brandeis' development in its pioneer year. Be stressed the expansion of curIxJlum and the activities of the jadent body and faculty. Dr. Sachar reported that the Imiversity has received more than 111,250,000 in contributions and [adowments from men and wom10 throughout the country. OutI landing among the gifts is the establishment of the Max Richter IChair of Political Science by the Ijichter Memorial Foundation lihich is making a trust fund in jacess of $150,000 available in linenory of the late New York industrialist: the contribution of tie Nathan Seifer Memorial Lecture Hall by the family of the late Chicagoan: and the gift of 1250.000 by Meyer Jaffe, founding member of the board of trustees, for the erection of a new library. Dr. Sachar also referred to the recently announced appointment of Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt to the university's board of trustees, the first woman to join the twelve man governing body. Mrs. Roosevelt has been interested in Brandeis since its inception and had lauded the university for its completely democratic admissions policy in her writings. Bazaar Mooting Set For Monday Mrs. Alexander Robbins, president of Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood, will be hostess at luncheon in the Temple patio Monday, according to an announcement by Mrs. Bess Nelson, chairman of the sisterhood's bazaar committee. Members of the organization and friends meet weekly from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. to sew, knit and work on handicrafts for the annual sisterhood bazaar which will be held in December. Mrs. Irving Marcus and Mrs. Louis Stoff were hostesses at the opening of these sessions on June 6 and Mrs. Camille Baum used the occasion on June 13 to give the luncheon in honor of the graduation of her grandson, Nelson H. Kemp, from Ohio State University. On June 20 Mrs. Albert Bernard was hostess. Mrs. Jack Chutkow and Mrs. Allen Wagner are in charge of the sewing group and Mrs. William Capland is head of the metalcraft division. FIFTEEN Father's Day Party Residents of the Jewish Home ?,K Ae d were feted at a Fathers Day party Sunday at the home. Gifts were presented to all the .fathers present by the Miami ami Miami Beach auxiliaries to the home. Appearing which was Steinmai n the program, arranged by Leo an, were: Mrs. Dose Danzig. accompanied by Anyuta Me cov: Mr. R„ „, ^ ***• ^Mn Rubin and Dr Perlmutter Speaks Julius Jay Perlmutter. president of Temple Isaiah, was guest speaker at a board meeting of the Temple Sisterhood last Thursday afternoon. -\s:—:., ;.-.| Photogl • hi RVi.!? a r* L a b f r Ueft) ik P resident the Greater Miami B'nai B rith Council, congratulates Donald Eanett (righl). upon his .nstallat.on as pres.dent of the Isaac Levin Lodge. B'nai B'rith. as Richard Gerstein. charter president of the lodge (center) looks on. Other officers installed at a dance and banquet last week werefirst vice president. Burton Young; second vice president. Morton Perry: treasurer. Albert J. Beer; chaplain. Richard Gerstein; guardian. Robert Newman; warden, Harold Lieber; trustees, Isaac Levin. Robert Levin and Dr. Maurice Serota; secretary, Martin L. Rosen. Wantoil Victoria Weintraub. wife of Joe Weintraub who lived in 1932 at 420 West Amelia Ave., Tampa, Fla., and Nathan Weintraub, who worked in 1930 at Rudolph's, importer of diamonds, 20 East 3rd St.. Bethlehem, Penn., are being nought by Paul Weintraub of Bucharest, Romania. Abe Lakov, formerly a resident of Florida, who during 1946 and 1947 was affiliated with the Joint Distribution Committee and stationed in the vicinity of Frankfurt on Maine, Germany, is being sought by Philip Pohl, Buffalo, N. Y. M. Stampelman living in Florida is being sought by Liza Dushitz in Konstanz, Germany, born August 23, 1916, in Wilna, a glovemaker and corset seamstress. Anyone able to offer information concerning the present whereabouts of these individuals is asked to contact Mrs. Florence Finkelstein, executive secretary of the Miami Section of the National Council of Jewish Women. Student To Go To Paris Alan Baskin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Baskin, 1301 S.W. 21st Ave., will leave June 30 for Paris, France, to attend the University of Paris. For the past three years he has attended the University of Miami, where he has appeared in plays and on radio and television broadcasts. He is a member of the Phi Epsilon Pi fraternity. A farewell dinner will be given in his honor tomorrow night at the Saxony Hotel, Miami Beach. REFUSE SUBSTITUTES! fl .'.At 0t SJUNEJ I^V BRAND ^1 RECOMMENDED for invalids, babies and special diet cases BESTBUTTER SWEET. SALTWWHIPPED I" ,h e B'!?ai R. 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%  tf %  PAGE SIXTEEN +JeKJitk*kito'i FRIDAY, Malek Appointed Cantor By tiablN Congregation Joseph w. Malek recently appointed cantor of the Coral Gables Jewish Center for the third consecutive year, according to an announcement by Herbert Gele: nte;. president. The young cantor has served in Over 1850 Accounts Opened First Day At Dade Federal's Allapattah Branch Following a successful opening tion now available to then. i Saturday, the new Allapattah Upton has been present tan on branch of Dade Federal Savings and Loan Association of Miami continues to draw citizens of the northwest area of Miami. The more than 1850 new savings accounts that were opened at the branch office on its first day of business was followed by more than 530 on its second day. Located in the heart of Allapattah at 1594 N.W. 3Wh St., Dade Federal's new branch has definitely proved that convenient accessibility is of great importance to | suburban communities that sur: round every large city, Joseph : M. Lipton, president, said. To serve the people today as they want to be served, it is necessary to take the services you have to offer "out to the people." Dade Federal, in establishing its new brencfa in Allapattah. he said, has done just that and t.-.e ifc.-por.se day at the branch office to gr t the many new friends and the thrifty folks who stood in line for hours to place their saving where it would be safe and handy for them. Lipton said, 'Though people aren't spending as mum as they used to, they still know how to save when they think it's time. That is the true picture of our current let down in buying. It doesn't necessarily mean that the money sounft is drying up It merely means' that people are wearv of paying high prices io: things that cost a lot less in the years prior to the war. If they could be sold for less then, they see no reason why it can't come back to a sensible level again. But as long as they continue to pay high prices without complaint, they get high prices. The last few months the people have the people in the northwest j b^ p i aV ing a waiting strategy, section has justified tne estab-1 an d j t works. They will continue IiBhment of the savings mstitu%  t0 w ,y t i ong er until costs level tion hi their area | o tt wrl ere they think they should Residents and business organ£*. T h er the rr.onev thev have located savings instiu-1 reS ults achieved by a; b Nee York and Michigan I r ***JM.*^O n: of fc highly ac-' ,.?*" Sw-:.o.Ershjps to Camp Tel: -%  : ucah in Hespsiead, New monlhs time wh on our seCund Camp Scholarships ___ c—" | T: t pussesso: oL a highly a ciarmec tencc voice Malek started his ci.rjtor.iii. careca apt m a singer in ,.-: ta: gtlldjeC gical sip: anto Maier. will serve with RaOh. Mom vm wiL takt over ba out:pirttual leaae: u: the rongr-egatioi or. Septemhis b; I office on its opening day. Lipton said. '1 look back 15 years to the opening of our first office and wonder why we thought we were doing so well to open 175 new I savings accounts in two or three ^J^S-jTtJS"WWIS? t tne Aiiapattoh branch wt tta ebon DJ ^.^.^Dalton Becker, son of I : e than twelve hours, and en the : Jaeepl Rosenblatt Ht also J*;; £**£: E-Alien Becker, and first dav welL 1850 must ... at a crthei :amou* litur~t J?L le £&£ %  a t u ?J leT oi Mr Iso-r.e kind of a record. Even .'. il anc Mrs Gilbert Goldman. Fiagier-Granaac Bowlers Hoid Buiie: Supper : v ..:.. .-. ..put ii" tin %  -' ..:..:.. ."-. .. : J enter nek i bu::r: suppe: Su:i-i> evtDovermax At tnal tune tropta ewardec t( th< :..cr :.: :•...-.. • v ttamf vert %  i.: : ::••. :np captains I.ugent Marcs. Herman *iectec L on i number oi apMa: • Shi nberg Miltor. piicanti a.' "tnt s.-y an; girl snowW Da Charlotte Dartor. u: Cnarkittt whi were doesn't, we are mighty proud of the reception we got from fine people in the northwest area And. for our part we will certainly g.ve therr. the best possible service at all times." Open house at the Allapattah branch will continue through tbil week and possibly or. to July 1. Free souvenirs will be available to all visitors, and the free pen and pencil gift set wil go to everyone who opens a new savings account during the balance of this mom:. inf greatesi promisi ol leaaership v.L spent lour weeks a; I eiamar an^ .-.;.:. .-.: vr. bg Jot -.member wtshnu t -' 1 | n t :am r •. oev sunune: vhnp : £ a chnl a n i tu iM wen made gm u askec repor n thi £ va T i : i through tne Beth Ph Tjes::ieve=>-*iaioni Scnoiarsh:; Fun; whicl : mg ick WM estahnshet by S A Good-. : : v ni £ naan anc Harn Kor.r. members --.-. wiL :••. discussed a: the J~i r ''p K U; school board next meetmg ti :.t Senmp or. tn sch.-uarsn.p i thi : ra Sable Womai i BWar !" conmmee, nesiaes Goodna •"; ....... r i... ~ L : '< % %  '• Kohr.. art Mrs Leon ." : i. v-.l all b : on> r — %  N1 "' 3eSBlf Nelson Mrs Hye at all-day picu siaten ": b a ni a n Ran:.. Ijeor. Kronish : rlan.mr.ci." un: ?. ,-:inP > J Grn^erg p-———^ pa. 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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
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June 24, 1949

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Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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ihJIi^isltUEItDipidliiaun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
_______________MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 24,~1S43~
PRICE TEN CENTS
NEWS FLASHES Sharett Assails Convictions
Three Sentenced
BUCHAREST, (JTA) Three
,nian war criminals found
Ru^a hv a Bucharest criminal
K^nf "savage tortures" against
Z Jewish population of Bessa-
*-,nrt "other towns during the
riiaJSe sentenced this week to
BUJ confinement for terms
gjggjromjhree to 12 years.
idoiit llesolutfon
^STSUCCESS, (JTA)-The
UN Human Rights Commission
Era 10-4 vote, this week adopted
Resolution which may make It
oSble for individuals, m add.
to sovereign states to ta-
yoke the protect.on of the world
"ganuat.on against violations of
human right.
Jew Defended
ATHENS. (JTA)Criticism of
the appointment by Greece of a
Greek Jew to represent this
country as its er.voy at Tel Aviv,
has been warmly answered by-
Foreign Minister Constantin
Tsaldaris in the Chamber of
Deputies. ,
On bcine questioned on the ap-
pointment. Tsaldaris upheld the
selection of Dr. Joseph Mallah.
adding: "This appointment wa3
dictated bv special reasons aim-
ing at the better service of oui
interests in the new state." Mr.
Tsaldaris pi uised Dr. Mallah's ex
perier.ee and recalled many serv-
ices rendered by him to Greece.
"Our longstanding liberal tradi-
tions of avoiding any religious or
racial discrimination could not be
ignored at this moment."
Ilcmains to Israel
TEL AVIV. (JTA) J
Agency officials annour
week that the date for I
moval of the remains of Th<
Herzl, founder of modern 7
ism, from the outskirt of V
to Jerusalem, has been defii I
set for August 10.
The remains will be
immediately without eul
with special prayers,
nouncement stated. Agen ;
ficials added that i
soon be announced of (
wide competition for a
a mausoleum to covi
resting place.
Courses Set Up
NEW YOR" (JTA) -
three-week summer cou
rious aspect of Jewish comn
service were inagurated tl
by the Training Bureau for J
ish Communal Service, it was
nounced by George \V. Rabin
executive director. The first
course offered by the Tra
Bureau's Institute of Advanced
Studies in Jewish Community Or-
ganization is -Historical Per-
spective! for Jewish Communa.
Workers," given by Prof. Salo W.
Baron of Columbia University.
of Six Hungarian Zionists
Hungarian Zionist
Leaders Sentenced
. E .:. 5i Zi n-
ti nizing
f 1st iel-b in I Hun-
H

TEL AVIV, JTA/The conviction by a Hungarian court of
six Zionist leaders on charges of aiding illegal emigration oi
Israel-bound lews from Hungary was critized by Israeli Foreign
Minister Moshe Sharett this week at the conclusion of a general
debate in the Knesset on Israeli foreign policy.
Although he pointed out that
Israel cannot interfere ir. the in-
ternal affairs of another sovereign
state, Mr. Sharett asserted that
any o\ I n -. the migration
of Jews constitutes a contraven-
tion oi ight of self-determ-
held.
Du:. 15-hc Hi
the
.--- : Israel and immigration was its
court room in Budapest t,J^|n
.. .'.'-"I The Foreign Minister told Par-
. liament that he was shocked by
ly. N witi ..... ; -_:a' tne

the ni '.rev. ...=. fcW*^'"|from Hu-ga
were acquitted. Tny ^ ass{sian}.e to Anglo-Amer
: ndants pleaded gu.l.v ;,ar, irr.perialism." Reviewing the
Uy or partially.
Rabbi At Penn
ERIE. Pa. (JTA)Rabbi Abra-
ham B. Shoulson, of this city, has
ibeen appointed head of a new
dtepartment of Hebrew and Mid-
dle Fast Studies, at Gannon Col-
lege here, a Catholic institution.
fht <- ent was inaugurated.
(.ccordmg to a college announce-
ment, because "the state of Is-
rael is now a fact and more and I
more emphasis must be given to
Hebrew as a modern language."
The announcement also pointed
out that tne "course of events
has : ated the Middle East
will play an important role in
the future of the family of na-
tions in and outside the United
Nations councils." Rabbi Shoul-
son, who was named a full pro-
fessor, is a native of Jerusalem
and has four brothers also serv-
ing as rabbis in various sectors
of the United Nations.
18 1'nitsSet Up
NEW YORK. (JTA)A I I
48 settlements w< l
in Israel from January thr
Mav of this year. Judge M
Rot'henberg. acting natw
chairman of the United
Appeal, revealed this week. He
added, in a semi-annual report to
the UP.A.'s board of directors.
Sat plans for founding 60 addi-
tional colonies during foe re-
mainder of 1949 have already
drafted.
' ffL"^ the" statement of the Hungarian e *
* Lfe' court that the migration of Jews
^flfL^^lfrom Hungary to Israel consu- P^J^d that the process of ad-
mitting members of families who
its compositionwithout a Soviet
representativebut revealed Is-
rael had been informed that the
Soviet Union would not be repre-
sented only hours before the an-
nouncement of the appointment
of the three members. He re-
Menahem
that
the
ernment's
foreign policv was a failure, he
refuted by citing the fact that it
had successfully weathered a
number of crises such as the cur-
rent situation vis-a-vis the United
States. He rejected the plea of
the two Arab members of the
set that Arab refugees be
itted to return to Israel, but
Playwrights Win
BUENOS AIRES, (JTA)Leis-
er Treister of New York has been
awarded the Moshe Kasner prize
for this year for his Yiddish play
''King Saul," it was announced
her. The prize is $1,000.
The Kasner award was estab-
lished in Argentina two years ago
for Jewish playwrights. No first
prize was awarded for a one-act
play this year. The second prize
worth $150. went to Gershon Em-
binder of Los Angeles for "The
Jewish Woman of Minsk."
Negro Wives l-and
ST LOUIS, (JTA)A Boy
Sojut troop attached to the YMHA
p this city will have a new coun-
try tamp this summer thanks to
the generosity of a St. Louis Ne-
gro, H. D- Robinson, who made
the 20-acre site of land available
to the Jewish scouts in gratitude
for thp -treatment received from
so many white people, especially
the Jews."
(The National Jewish Welfare
Board announced in New York
that more than 45,000 youngsters
this summer will attend 198 sum-
mer country and day camps spon-
sored by the regional sections of
the J.W.B. Approvimately 14,000
of the children will go to 34 coun-
try camps maintained by Jewish
Community centers.)
Yeshiva Gifted
NEW YORK. JTA-A gift -
$50,000 to Yeshiva Unw ,,
endowment fund from Morn
Morgenstern. to be used
public award for an out
personality, was announced
this week by Dr .Samuel Belkm,
president of Yeshiva,
stiution's closing event ol its -><-
dication Week. .
Vice President Alben \.
lev was the principal
a banquet arranged in b half
Yeshiva which was hel :
compared with the 1,500 now at-1
tending. __________
Form Committee
c-HICAGO 'JTA -F
here this wee*. *"
urged support of a SX
8S ff2 SBft
lect an appropriate a
i
tenced to 1 > ''
' Zioi ist
yout leader, n -
-:'
M :.: Ferd, 1 and six
moni Dienes, the non-
kfurter, two
ght months each:
. ... ye i .- -.-r.a six
monl] 5. San Fleischmann and
,-artz were acquitted.
I a Mizrachi leader.
io was not
' ;' j i.
T prosecuti n, r.eaded by
| | Buda-
SiMd' anti-government
-Communists." and now -tools o:
rialism." He also insisted that
the Hungarian point of view was
invalid" because other Eastern
European countries take contrary
positions on the same issue.
Turning to the issue of an in-
dependent Arab state in Pal
tine, the Foreign Minister
that although Israel favored tne, foreign iand.
establishment of such a state it
.^prepared to go to war to
guarantee it. and that, he insisted.
the only way to force the
of the Arab state,
vealed that Israel intended
egest to the U.N. Concilia-
tion Commission that a pie
Id to Dermit tne residents of
Israel would be
launched an attack
Mikunis, Communist
the latter's speech in
Bucharest durina which he op-
posed Jewish immigration to Is-
rael under its present -undemo-
cratic regime." The Minister said
that if Israel were ruled in the
manner that Mr. Mikunis consid-
ers ideal, the Communist leader
would no; be allowed to make
speeches in a
tnce '- <- : o- .-eia '.o pe:nui w im'"-
a to determine their own
lso denied that
jr vv a.tei c> ian. head oi tnei
gio-Sax r. propagai Israel; delegation, to the Lausanne
also that 1 peace talks, had proposed the e>-
pon He expressed regret that the
- Conciliation Commission whic
:-^t:y conducting tne Laus-
Nagy.Z Itar .. ...
f Amenci
. H :- n n Pi ,.
.:.-; :t .-
el re he, loo,
. itioni int I
it! iiiss.*5
. ^d was a a
- reign-
parley. was "one
i Pfeiffer and;------:----------------------
one-sided" in
10'ro Of Jews In
British Zone
To Emigrate
LONDON. (JTA)Nearly ten
percent of the Jews in the British
zone of Germany wiU em.grate
within the next six months, oi-
5 of the Jewish Committee
Israeli-V*. S.
Talks Continued
TEL AVIV, (JTA)Negotia-
tions between the U.S. govern-
ment and Israel are continuing
over the State Department's re-
quests for concessions on re-
patriation of Arab refugees and
territorial revisions, it was learned
this week. .
Despite these continued talks.
there seems to be no change in
he attitude of the United States,
informants stated. The viewpoint
here is that the Americans con-
tinue to see Israel as responsible
for tne breakdown of the Laus-
anne conversations. In the dip-
lomatic talks here, Israel is at-
tempting to explain its stand,
which is unchanged and is op-
posed to all concessions.
\rrr.istice talks with Syria will
be resumed later at the frontier
village of Manhanayim. There ap-
pear to be possibilities of agree-
ment after the friendly atmos-
phere of the last meeting. Agree-
ment is expected on the proposals
of Dr. Ralph J. Bunche, United
Nations acting mediator cm Pal-
tine, but is an amended form.
4 yj4 jews i" "" -_-- --
- re committee estirr.atec emigra-
tion figures as follows:
Fr0n Cologne, whose
select an a^'^i"-." T,. .
site for a memorial. The
nors of Illinois and Rhode
have joined the commit!
3 Israeli* Slain
JERUSALEM, (JTA)-
aeli soldier wa*^
sffaasrg
vicinity of AbugoM
ffSStfSS
"Ras reported that .
ground train" has aP:..
estimated at five m
ssfcWJSSsa
munity has ,
680. a total of 60
emigrate: the Nc
hut at ___u.m .wh hao Jewi
Jewish
j population of
. are expected to
drth Rhine area.
Isn

ilism
: ement. He
*P* > n<'-ibuuon
*at aiTadTbSni used
%5"-
i been is-
ded for Is-
. it date an
rael and Art fJilon had left
extended legal a ,e un_
UM status Of tne.e v f
S with a Jewish pop-
ubtionfo4T5willlose50byemi-
grnencommittee also disclosed
.hat a restitut on law in the Brit-
JhVone was signed by *e mih-
arv government and. went into
effect June 12, containing some
enecx juu he com.
SS5S-. legaf'advlser/Because of
^"'intervention of theadver.
he British authorities agreed that
nersecutees who were resident in
Hamburg on Jan. 31 last, and who
are about to emigrate, will re-
(Continued on Page 4)
Zionists Elect *
NEW YORK, (JTA) The
American Zionist Council ar>
nounced this week that a presi-
dium of four has been elected to
succeed Dr. Abba Hillel Silver as
chairman of the council. The
praesidium is composed of Ben-
jamin G. Browdy, of the Zionist
Organization of America: Mrs.
Judith Epstein, of Hadassah:
Baruch Zuckerman. of the Labor
Zionist Organization of America:
and Rabbi Joseph H. Lookstem, of
the Mizrachi Organization of
America. ..
The praesidium will serve until
September of the current year, at
which time the permanent leader-
ship of the council will be chosen.
Dr. Silver was elected honorary
chairman bv a unanimous vote,
and a resolution expressing the
gratitude of the council for "the
eminent service rendered to the
Zionist cause" by the distinguish-
ed Zionist leader was unanimous-
ly adopted by the council. Dr.
Silver had previously declined to
be a candidate for the chairman-
ship during the next term.

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+Jenisliikrkftar
FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 1949
i
Group Outlines
Anti-Klan Program
A double-barreled program
against the Ku Klux Klan was
drawn up Tuesday at a meeting
of the Citizens' Committee of
Florida, as members warned that
the wave of mob violence which
recently hit Alabama '"may hit
this state next."
A. W. Gottschall. regional di-
rector of the National Conference
of Christians and Jews, who pre-
sided over Tuesday's meeting,
warned that "the situation is
serious. This kind of thing can
easily spread in uneasv times like
these if action isn't taken."
Tr.e group decided to ask Gov.
Fuller Warren to include an anti-
KKK bill on the agenda for any
special session of the Florida leg-
islature that he calls. It was also
decided to ask legislators to sign
in advance a petition favoring
such a law. The group will also
urge passage of similar laws by
the municipalities.
Claims that other persons were
posing as Klan members to carry
out acts of violence were de-
nounced by the committee.
"That's all the more reason for
anti-Klan legislation," said
George J. Talianoff, who repre-
sented the Anti Defamation Lea- '
gue of B'nai B'rith at the con-
ference. "As long as the Klan has
recognition, others will use its
guise to threaten minority
groups."
Also representing the ADL was
David H. Cohn. Others attending
were Dr. H. Franklin Williams,
vice president of the University
of Miami, and Burnett Roth, new-
ly elected Miami Beach city com-
missioner.
HARVARD AND FLORIDA UNIVERSITY PRESIDENTS, NEW YORK TIMES EDITOR
AND JDC OFFICIAL MCilVI HONORARY DEGREES FROM YESHIVA UNIVERSITY
n
LJ
Mayor Turk Fixes
Office Hours
Newly elected Mayor Harold
Turk of Miami Beach has an-
nounced that he will hold office
hours at the Beach City Hall from
10 a.m. to noon on Mondays and
Fridays and from 2 to 4 p.m. on
Wednesdays for the convenience
of citizens who wish to discuss
their problems with him.
"These office hours are being
set up on an experimental basis,"
Turk said, "and will be extendc.J
ii necessary to meet the needs of
the people."
The new schedule went i:.to
effect this week.
Wind Tunnel
Project Set Up
Establishment of a $100,000
wind tunnel project which will
become part of the Departmenl of
Aeronautical Engineering at the
Haifa Technion, is announced in
the first issue of Technion Bi-
Monthly, published by the Amer-
ican Technion Society.
The wind tunnel project is beinc
launched in tribute to Dr. Theo-
dore von Karman, international
areonautical scientist on the oc-
casion of his 70th birthday.
Edited by Judah Wattenbaf>
the magazine features an eco-
nomic survey of Israel's potent: ,i
ities by Dr. G. Meron, director'of
the Economic Department of the
Israeli Foreign Ministry, and a
call for further aid from Ameri-
can business for Israeli industry
by Maurice Spertus, Chicago en-
gineer and industrialist.
The publication, dedicated to
"close ties between America and
Israel through Science and In-
dusry," contains news flashes on
developments in Israel's industry
reports from the new Jewish
State and news about the activi-
ties of the American Technion
Society.
The American Technion Society
supports the Technion with funds
and educational know-how, works
to further the industrialization of
Israel and to advance science and
technology in the new state.
Top row (from left to right): Dr. James B.
Conant. president of Harvard University; Dr. J.
Hillis Miller, president of the University of Flor-
ida and Dr. Benjamin Fine. Educator Editor. New
York Times and a member of the faculty of
Yeshiva University.
Bottom row: Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz. European
Diiecior. Joint Distribution Committee; Rabbi
Jacob Levinson. elder Zionist statesman and Tal-
mudic scholar and Dr. Leo Jung, Professor of
Ethics at Yeshiva University and Rabbi of the
Jewish Center in New York City.
These six outstanding Jewish and educational
leaders received honorary degrees at Yeshiva
University's commencement exercises on June 17,
Dr. Conant received the degree of Doctor of
Laws; Drs. Miller. Fine and Schwartz the degree
of Doctor of Humane Letters and Rabbis Levinson
and Jung the degree of Doctor of Divinity.
These exercises were part of Dedication Week,
a week-long program of events from June 12 to
June 19 which marked the educational and physi-
cal progress of Yeshiva University during the past
year.
Mrs. Meyers To Speak
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers,
who recently returned from a
visit to Israel, will speak at 8:15
tonight at Temple Isaiah.
Her subject will be "My Im-
pressions of Israel Today." Sieg-
fried Geismar will conduct the
"ice in the absence of Rabbi
David Raab, who is attending a
rabbinical conclave in Bretton
"'' ods, N. H.
Mrs. Meyers has served as first
president of the Greater Miami
Conference of Jewish Women's
Organizations. She is a member
of the Community Chest and an
executive member of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation.
A reception will follow.
Tropical Lodge,
Women's I Hi I
To Hold llanee
Tropical Lodge and Tropical
Women's Chapter of B'nai B'rith
will jointly sponsor a membership
.social and dance tomorrow eve-
ing at 9 o'clock in the College
Inn of the Monte Carlo Hotel,
6551 Collins Avc., Miami Beach.
Hal Murray's Radio Show will
be featured with the music of
Hal Wayne's orchestra.
Mayor Harold Turk will be the
guest speaker at the meeting of
Tropical Lodge, Monday at 8 p.m.
at the Jewish Federation confer-
ence room, 420 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach.
Wednesday evening the lodge
will bowl at Brunswick Bowland,
N.E. 13th St., Miami. Reserva-
tions should be made in advance
with H. Levine at 5-3336.
Enlarged Talmud Torah
Planned In Palm Beach
Plans are now under way for
the erection of an enlarged
Talmud Torah for Congregation
Beth El of West Palm Beach. The
proposed structure will be ad-
jacent to and connected with
Scher Hall.
Frank V. Bayer, congregation
president, is heading the drive for
funds.
Wininger Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Ben
Wininger, formerly of 4892 S.W.
5th St., will take place Sunday at
3 p.m. at Mt. Sinai Cemetery with
Rabbi Murray Grauer officiating.
Relatives and friends are asked
to attend.
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AOL Congratulates Beach Council On
Passage Of Sign Ban Ordinance
^JenistflvrMtor}
PAGE THREE
congratulations
The wrrn
Anti-Dcfamation League of
^B'naiB'nthwemtothemem-
of the Miami Beach city
"2 for passing an anti-dis-
^ration ordinance which pro-
S uTdisplay of hotel signs
Snctmg clientele on a religious
As a result of this setback, th.
Dade County delegation to t
state legislature sponsored an
abling act giving the city specific
permission to enforce the ordi
nance. The ordinance will become
effective July 25.
A recent survey showed onlv
live Miami Beach hotels now dis-
play discriminatory signs a< com-
Gilbert Balkin. regional director ,
nfthelcaguc. said that the council | pared with 28 in 1945 when i
had shown "progressive acttoniIII similar survey was made. Balkin
Sine this measure to successful revealed.
aCKmaP"lehtterntto Mavor Harold'
Ginsburg Named
Ben Zion Ginsburg. vice p
dent of the Miami Beach Z;
District, has been appointed
Turk "Leonard L. Abess chair-
>-'nf the leagues advisory' .__
Sdtdexecutfve committee., JO ZOA Post
railed the ordinance a "fine public
cervice contribution in the ad-
vancement of harmonious group
relationships. -- "rKum
The new ordinance is the Miami member of the national adn
Beach council's second attempt to.trative council of the Zionist O:-
ban the display of discriminatory ganization of America by Danii
cims Two vears ago a similar jFnsch. newly elected president.
ordinance was passed but was Ginsburg. who now residi
later declared null and void by with his wife and two childre
judge Stanley Milledge on the
grounds that the city lacked ade-
quate charter powers to enforce
a law of this type.
Social Service
Bureau To Hold
Branch Sunday
The Jewish Social Service Bu-
reau of Greater Miami is schedul-
ing its 29th annual meeting and
brunch Sundav morning at 10:15
am. at the Delano Hotel.
Agency leaders will report on
the bureau's welfare and counsel-
ing service during the last year
and work of the organization's
re-settlement committee which
has been helping new citizens
with funds provided by the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation.
Sunday'.- brunch meeting will
feature a skit entitled "Informa-
tion Please," in which Mrs. Monte
Selig and Judge Harold Spaet
will appear.
Election of officers and board
of directors will be held. Included
on the slate presented by the
nominating committee are:
Col. Elry Stone, honorary presi-
dent: Harold Ungerleider. presi-
dent: Irving Frankel, Mrs. Monte
Selig, JucipL Harold B. Spaet, vice
presidents. Mrs. Jacob Eppstein,
secretary; Benjamin Meyer, treas-
urer; Mrs. Leo Ackerman, Mrs.
Stanley c Myers. Mrs. Mathilda
Ratner. Herber Scher and Jacob
Sher, trustees.
Nominated as directors to serve
three year terma are: Rudy Adler,
wt Morris Alpert, Mrs. Leon
tu. Mrs. Jacob Eppstein, Irving
rr.nke.. J ,.Vph Gardner. Mrs.
"ward Levine, Jacob Sher, I. S.
Shapoff. Max Silver and Elry
stone. Direcors who will serve
wore year include Leo Acker-
"WUrs. Sanley C Mvers, Jules
tranning. Mrs. Leo Ackerman.
cv lHcrn'"'ir> Selinskv, Fred
anochet Bernie Pallant, Alfred
Stone. Mrs. Aaron Farr_ William
finger and Max Holtzberg. To
*rve I0, twQ year terms are
MS" ,S5er' Mrs" Benjamin
ers JudRe Harold B. Spaet.
SLHft0 Schwartz, Mrs. Ma-
mi n at'r' Rabbl Irvin Lehr-
r-M J Safra, Mrs Monte
ShL nj',:: ln Meyers, Mrs. Iaa
gWberg and Mrs. Harold B.
chai V',* ex-officio are the
in* r "f the Community Plan-
Smi Tmmiuee of the Greater
garni Jewish Federation. Btan-
Past JSPF* and ,he following
8L cs,dcnts of the Jewish
gU Service Bureau: Dr. Al-
Mee? nntriiI' Baron de Hirsch
Gerald IPlnc'JS Scheinberg. J.
fie fcW'*u and Rabbi Shapiro
reau lrew:sh Social Service Bu-
totfe^ and meeting is open
the brunl:c' Pnce **T Person for
Reservl^^^^-'n^ingtip.
*ndinB' \m?y be made by
SocSV choc* t0 the 'awiaii
N^'2nd's".CC Bureau office. 127
Aswx i l;.. tographi
Leonard L Abess standing at right), chairman of the advisory
board of the Florida Regional Office, Anti-Defamation League of
; onai B rith. and ADL national commissioner, presents a letter of
commendation from the league io Mayor Harold Turk of Miami
Beach seated at left) on the enactment by the Beach city council
of trra comprehensive ordinar.ee banning discriminatory advertis-
ing. Seated in center is D. Lee Powell, vice mayor of Miami
Beach, who introduced the ordinance at the council meeting.
The presentation ceremonies took place in the mayor's offices
at Miami Beach City Hall immediately following the signing of
the ordinance by Mayor Turk.
Wanted
Ii.formation is being sought of
the whereabouts of Arthur Ward
Nugent or. behalf of his family
who have had r.o contact with
him since March. 1944 TTils man
is 5 ft. 6 in. tall, weights 140
pounds, has dark brown ha::.
hazel eyes and has a slight limp
in right leg. He worked as a fire-
man, also as a factory worker
and route salesman. Anyone hav-
ing ar.y clues to his locatior. :s
requested to communicate with
the National Desertion Bureau,
105 Nassau St.. New York 7. N. Y.
Thanks to a vast
expansion program,
there Is now much more
BUDWEISER
Order by the Carton
Zionist Board Meets
A I .-.: ting of the Coral
/ nisi D ti
at t] [Mr.
'and Mrs :.: Si I 127 N.W,
St.
:-.-. m :.: x :-
man R I.
chaii mi n I tl District Y mtn
i' A repor
tiona! nvention
given by H id G
S '. : -
Ben Zion Ginsburg
2469 Flamingo Dr., was formerly
vice president in charge of mem-
bership of the Chicago Zionist Re-
gion, chairman of the Zionist
'Emergency Council in Chi -
land president of the Chicago
Zionist Region. He was a member
of the national executive of the
ZOA under D:. Ntwmar.n's ad-
ministration for two years.
Since moving to Miami B'
Ginsburg has take: an active role
in community affairs. Besides his
activities in the Miami B
Zionist District, he is a vice p
dent of the Hebrew Academy.
vice president of the Jewish Na-
tional Fund Council of Gr
Miami, a member of the Gr.
Miami Zionist Youth Con
sion and a member of the
of trustees of the Miami B
Jewish Center.
Spinoza Forum Meets
The Spino; Outd I
continues to meet
the hoi f Dr. Abra im Wolf-
son, 124 C llins A-.- M
Beach, to listen to Ami
Town '' Aii A '
the broadcast
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inv ted atl n
Orovitzes To Depart
For European Tour
and Mrs. Max Orovitz. 2115
lian Ave., Miami Beach, and
their Felicia, will leave
Ni '. York Sunday. They will
. : Eu opt aboard the New
im on July 1.
who was graduated
Miami Beach High School
will take a student tour
which will include Italy. Switzer-
France, England and Bel-
gium.
is, Switzerland and the
Scandinavian countries will be in
:.".-' itinerary. The Mi-
ll return in September.
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The Miami YM & YWHA
conduct its all-Miami summer in-
vitation basketball tournamer.
beginning July 6 and extending
through August, at its new gym-
nasium. 450 S.W. 16th Ave
The tournament will consist of
a single round robin series^ of
games to be played each W< '-
nesday evening.
Leading club= in the commun-
ity which have been invited to
the tournament include Jesuit
All-Stars. Little River. Fort Laud-
erdale. Muffets. Miami Beacr.
YM ar.d WHA.
The host team will also par-
ticipate in the tourney.
A practice workout and meet
ing of all team representatives
was held at the Miami Y June
23 at 8 p.m. ________
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EDITORIAL
lAiuxannr i omffrvmrv
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ji _i tie sccred
tozJerer^ce zzs bee-
precincts oi Bon
77. e L-v-Av:...e '.'.-J MM 10 be ::..:yi.:.-: .:.r.v. tie '.
::..:.-. ^ v.e.-.w --' Lor.doT: s
c.'z'^z' '::.-. .-"..rr.e e i>":.'~-::.
7.'. O V .-. .'.e L.V -i-V.-..-. e
mired in procodu:-. ~.r.T..-.es from tr* very
r^v..'..-...-.-; ~.yzz~.'~. '::.-. :.'*:.is: ob-ser^ers of the
r.eov.v\'.v.-. .-.we T.v.-.-.s felt thtr. c^reeme^:
M'jiA -.."./..-. '.-.* -.o.-Jere.-.-re p?cv.c..-.g mere wsi
no outside interference In :-ct. cs early as iour
*.hH/j. ::'. .' appeared thai .-.e Arabs were amen-
able lo on hroofi ionnrnki /.-.- regard to the Arab
refugee prohlerr. i-" ~v when the Arab stces
.-/:-;;.. showing inclinabom toward accepting :.-.e
.-;.-;':.
., ...
/..-..'.'. ti%..-. r.'jve oj/er.ea tr.e
rood 10 disc ~i?..'...'. zA r-errr.o.-.er.' se~t.err.er.*
r.e ..-.v.a.o.e forces which bare boon operating
ago '-. ever s*.ce .". ^.ceptior. oeccr. pu-
ing the ttrings And the immecre etrec ^: that
operation was Arab mtransigeasoe and stiffen -
ing. British opposition to *.'.e p.o*.-.. however
vicious, was taidsvstandablo, sirice it has always
been the avowed pol.oy c: tr.e Labor Govern-
men' to r.-' the screws on the new s"o-e E.- why
the U S has .e.v iftseiJ la thai potiCY Hi a hrst-ciass
mystery inloss Oi COUTM WSJ CafSSSSBjf that the
wires from source* o'.-.e: 'bar. London were bo:
with pen aasion
7.'.';' *r.e ser.c^.'.e'-iri c: -r.e A:ar. refuaee prob-
lem has been tr.aar.J.ed '--' of all proport.or. has
been demonstrated ever and over agate. The
fabrication about 90 C COC Arab refugees has been
esrpoeed on .-. unerous occasions. Yet those whose
faces grimaced with rigidity when the fate of
Jewish refugees was involved are glowing with
softness and human warmth bow that Arabs are
the refugees. Piety to them seems to have one
direction.
The answer to the visible and invisible forces
which have been operating against Israel was
given this week in unmistakable language by
Moshe Sharett, Israeli Foreign Minister, when he
declared that Israeli soldiers did not die in battle
only to have Israeli politicians relinquish the es-
sential territory they helped conquer.
I Need Your Help, Pal
#;oo What the so-called inter-faith organizations have
accomplished in their attempt to promote
brotherhood among men is still a moot question.
The statements issued by those organizations are
frequently adorned with lofty language and
winged idealism, but they rarely speak of the
simple human occurrences which give demons-
tration to man's basic qualities.
One such demonstration was given last week
by a St. Louis Negro, H. D. Robinson, who donated
a huge trad of land for use as a country camp by
Jewish Boy Scouts. He made the donation out
of gratitude for the treatment he received "from
so many white people, especially the Jews."
Generosity is a quality transcending color and
religion. But when giving is accompanied by so
Itrandvis M'niverttitu
Brandeis University, the nation's first and
Jewish-supported, non-sectarian institution of hi
er learning, held its Convocation Exercises
weekend. The occasion was the completion of
first academic year.
Several thousand people Cocked to the wj
tham. Massachusetts, campus to take part in
exercises. By their presence they indicated
understanding of the idealism and symbolism ii
plicit in the concept of American Jewry's fU
corporate contribution to collegiate education.
Brandeis University has made notable strid
forward during its initial year of existence.
From the annual reports of Dr. Abram Le
Sachar, president of the university, and Geor^
Alpert. Esquire, chairman of the board, it is
parent that the development of the university
resulted from gifts and endowments received tra
Jewry throughout the nation. This widespread
terest in Brandeis is understandable.
For Brandeis symbolizes many things to
Jewish people: An appreciation of opportuniti
found in this land and a desire to create ad
tional opportunities for Jew and non-Jew alii
an expression of faith in, and additional supp
for. the basic tenets of democracy; and
medium through which to instill in the cultu
and intellectual stream of American life that rij
lore of knowledge which is our heritage.
profound a motive as that of Mr. Robinson's
meaning is enhanced. That he could speak
gratitude toward "so many white people" on
demonstrates that he has been fortunate in I
relationships with people. But when he refers
Jews it is evidently because of realization that t|
American Negro finds least discrimination amoj
our people.
The Jewish beneficiaries of Mr. Robinsoi
bounty may be too young to understand
significance. But as they grow older its meanii
will sink deeply into their consciousness,
their very lives, and they will be better Jews
better Americans because of that experience.
Letters To The Editor


I'hli
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- .-.:.:...-. Blwsyi
:.-.. v en ext nice to me,
f my hi
but in
your last i ere were many
Witho.'. a ; line, a confi-
dential .. .--;.. i (and I know
i bit I -' a long
timej stta< ked the f- loi Ida deli -
..-. (A ':' American Jewish
Congresa foi going to Washing-
..-. v.'* a iked '. a m t demo-
cratic way foi ;> Senatorial in-
. tigation ol the denazification
prograpi ..-. G< rmany.
Aft<.-r all, 1,000 Kazi teachei
have been re-instated, 60% of the
Bavarian judges who have be-
longed to the Nazi party aw. men
such aa Hjalmai schacht, Franz
von Pap< n, old man Krup;, :,:.
Bohlen Halbach and Mathilda von
Ludendorff are still free and even
ii Koch got away with murder
ir, the full sense of the word.
Wf: did not meet with much
success told the anonymous writ-
er, (is there a Jewish hooded
tradition, tOO?J but if anyone at
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papei would take- time to
write to the US Government
Printing office to ask for S Res.
125, you would get an amazing
: v iiment.
one document the Honda
ition of the American Jew-
has helped to write
and aponsor. Signed by Senator
Pepper foi Florida (D/, Senator
Gillette 'Li, of Iowa, Senator
Hendrickson 'R; of New Jersey
and Senator Ives l.h) of New
york
These fou.- courageous Amen-
can Senators have sponsored a
Senatorial Investigation Commit-
tee on Germany today.
Senate Resolution 125 asks for
an investigation "whether or not
there i^ infiltration of former
Nazis, Nazi supporters, and other
anti democratic elements into
denazification tribunals," S- R- 125
continues to ask "whether or no;
foi iner Nazi and other anti-demo-
cratic elements have been elimi-
nated froh high position in public
office and the economic life in
Germany," even the Nazi teach-
ers and judges in office today
will be investigated. A whole sec-
tion deals with the re-education
of the German youth today.
Senator Spestard L. Holland
who not too often is in agreement
with Claude Pepper has stated
"I'm inclined to support Senate
Resolution 125."
The American Jewish Congress
and its 1G0 delegates from 20
states have presented to the State
Department a lull survey on the
revived Prussia and Germany's
fast political and dangerous re-
covery, and we have certainly
told details about the Industrial
Fair in New Yoik where the Ger-
10% Of Jews In British
Zone To Emigrate
'Continued from Page 1)
ceive compensation of approxi-
mately 300 to 500 Deutechemarks,
French Violinist To Live In Miami,
Says Israeli Music
"The music of Israel is steadily
improving; as new forces come
thus enabling them to buy cloth- upon the scene, it becomes richer
ing and other essential articles. and more complex."
This compensation was obtained
under the law providing pensions
for victims of Nazi persecution
which had previously applied to
claimants living in the Bri.isli
Zone but not to those intending
to emigrate. The committee said
it now hoped to obtain the trans-
fer of those pension rights to the
emigrants, particularly in the case
of older people who are in fi-
nancial difficulties in the country
to which they are emigrating.
HIAS To Purchase
Australian Shelter
NEW YORK, (JTA)The pur-
chase of a building to be used as
an immigrant shelter in Mel-
bourne, Australia, has been ap-
proved by the board of directors
of HIAS. it was announced this
week by HIAS president Samuel
A. Telsey. The building will be
used to feed and quarter new-
comers to Australia until they are
resettled, he said. The purchase
and establishment of the shelter
will be effected through the co-
operation of the Australian Jew-
ish Welfare and Relief Society,
he added.
a similar
This is the opinion of a new-
comer to Miami, Pierre Mande. a
musician who in 1937 led an en-
semble at Jerusalem's King David
Hotel and who since that time has
watched the development of
music in the Jewish state with
keen interest.
Mande, a graduate of the Paris
Conservatory where he studied
under the renowned Jacques i
Thibaud, will occupy a chair in
the first violin section of the Uni-
versity of Miami Symphony Or-
chestra next season. He will also
teach at the Institute of Music
of the Miami School of Applied
Arts. And as if this were not
enough to keep him busy, Mande
will take several pupils for pri-
vate violin instruction.
As peripatetic as the gypsies,
whose music is his speciality,
Mande has played the swank spots
in the continent's most famous
watering places and resorts, in-
cluding Cannes, Nice, Monte Carlo
and Geneva. His string ensemble
Volume 22 Nurr b<-r 25
FRIDAY, JUNE 24. 1949
SIVAN 27, 5709
Both organizations were listed as
subversive by our attorney gen-
eral, Tom Clark.
There is no "new look" in Jew-
ish life and if the American Jew-
ish Congress is now as "bad" as
the American Jewish Committee,
mans sold goods for one million | wa can take it, as I do believe
dollars. that both organizations are fine
As to the expulsion of two,and democratic organizations, be-
groups from the American Jew-'iiove in the United States and
ish Congress I want to say as a|support Israel and both Congress
non-member of the American I anfj committee have probably
Jewish Congressthis should 1 done more for Jewish life in the
have been done a long time ago. (j.S. and the rest of the world
Why your paper is deferring the than the anonymous (hooded?)
Jewish People's Fraternal Order columnist,
and the Jewish Labor Council is Frankly vours,
beyond my understanding. Don't KURT SINGER
you read the American preas? I Coral Gables, Fla.
Pierre Mande
Is Improving
also was heard over the ra
and in concert programs. Ma
plans to organize
semble here.
Mande fought with the Frel
armies during the war and
June 18, 1940, four ciavs bef(
the capitulation of France,
capturea Dy the Germans He
one of 14 survivors out of a co
pany of 110 men who resis
heavy fire from the Germans
six days and nights. Mande, wn
hands had been trained to
Mozart and Techaikowsky.
loaded metal scrap in a prisor
of-war camp at Schwarzwald. .
long hours of strenuous iac
coupled with the poor living
ditions, caused his health to
way and he was confined to
hospital in Luneville. Upon I
recovery he managed to coni
members of the French una
ground, who smuggled nim,
violin and a cat across the Dor
in a vinegar barrel.
In 1942 Mandewith the s.
violin and catcame to
country. He had the distinct
of being the first French pna
er of war who escaped from
Germans to gain admission nj
and it was a grinning Msnae
appearedcat in handon
pages of the New York Her
Tribune in February of IM'JI
Mande lived in New York
six years before coming I
area. He played in the Blue M
there and other smart ClUWM
hotels and appeared in a i
Hall recital in 1945.
Mande lives here with his
a son and a daughter who
born on June 10. his birthday
of this year.
Kosher Caterers
Supervise Affairs
Firestone and Sonntag. the
kosher caterers in Miami endos
by the Greater Miami y.
Hakashruth, recently supeivi
a dinner given in honor ot Josi
M. Rose at the Miami Beach Jl
ish Center, a luncheon tor
PTA of the Hebrew Academy
numerous other affairs.
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Lions To Accept Philadelphia Post
A** _. ..vonitive director ____ _
? K executive director
rf tre S 1M4. has resigned
j*8? September
It
Bureau Of Jewish Education *ances Frome Receives
natner Scholarship
The con .. Charles
.
B | Jewish Educa-
tion announced this week that
inr.ual scholars been
awarded to Fr in Frome, age
'.2. student of the Hebre\
school Bureau
Education. Frances foi
the Beth El Her. i
PAGE FIVE
l*SSSnSJ to accept
e. nf executive director
ihono; ex*. rM|M on
iscl.
SriSuSelphia Council.
* H Education, Max Meise..
**^-t n( the bureau, has an-
presioent 01
Sector of the Philadelphia
<'' ton Jewish educational
JlB country. Among the
*? nf the council, which is
rfdU ifucnt f the Allied Jewish
> ffij and Yeshivas. the Council
School ana i gucs, Hebrew
* Rt 0? societv Jewish FoIk
Ks the United Synagogue
&fi the Hebrew Sunday
tt Soc etv and Gratz College
ffsSl' succeed Dr. Aznel
berg.whohastakenapos.-
W^S* the bureau
JX five years ago. Cannes
been instrumental in estab-
hshing the organization on a firm
S, During his incumbency
h bureau pained community
ignition and all local Hebrew
S Sunday schools are affiliated
with it During this period regis-
tration at the schools has grown -" r,
rapproximately 1.000 to 2,- Jewish Education.
Before his arrival m Ml
taught at tne Marshaliah H -
School in New York ai
as administrative assistant there
Under Gar.nes' guidance, the He also taught in the public high
bureau has set up a library of schools of New York. For 10 j
Fro: ttend l mp Yav-
neh. con I ton He-
ge r
Jewish i
tion and |
camp -
i nti
the '
I I ''
; M Matil la
Ratnei
for a
inclusi'

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the bun
I.-- r. }.a M irrav G
Mrs Mai Rat
A. P Cannes
ject "Communal Agencies for
300 curricula in Hebrew and Sun-
day school* have been standard-
ized and a Hebrew high school
has been established
volumes and a library' of
audio-visual aid materials. In
addition. Cannes has introduced
Hebrew coura s at the University
of Miami and developed a com-
munitywide adult education pro-
gram.
Other accomplishments that the
bureau has made during the past
five years are: establishment of a
code" of practices for Hebrew
teachers, standards for Sunday
schools, uniform examinations,
in-school courses for Hebrew and
Sunday school teachers. The
budget of the organization has
risen from $7,000 to over $30,000
during this period.
Carres is ,. grauate of the He-
brew Institute of New York, holds
aB. A. from City College of New
York and an M. A. from New-
York University. He has been
studying for his Ph. D. at Dropsie
College ir. Philadelphia and is in
the process of preparing his
doctoral dissertation on the sub-
he was owner and director of i
children's camp in Pennsylvania.
A member of tne Miami Beac.-.
Jewish Center and Beth David
congregations, he is on the board
of directors of the Miami and Mi-
ami Beach Zionist District; ai
member of Snolem Lodge. B'r.:..
B'rith. He is a member of the
executive committee of th< N -
tional Council of Jewish ed
tion and of Histadrut Ivni
America. His articles have
peared in Jewish Educa'.
azir.e.
Miami Vaad Director
Makes Announcements
E.1 kovsky. di-
[ the G '"
Hal thai live
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htm '
ba" 0! thi ken an i t en-
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Performing precision dives are three members of the cast of
the water show to be presented by the Women's Group of the
Miami YM-YWHA Sunday evening at the Bay Harbor Pool and
Cabana Club.
Miami V Women
Will Hold Water
Show. Swim Fete
The Women's Group of the Mi-
YWHA will sponsor
Are you a friend of
Harold Turk?
Call 82-2160 or 5-2655
Important
w &r.d swim
an at the Bay Harbor Pool and
Club, 9660 Bay Harbor
M mi B< i h, Sunday eve-
:.-. 7.30 o'clock
Thi -'-. will : tun
y T< i Wingstl om ar.d John-
ny Fazi b I twirling by
Charli n< Herit. and her group;
..- iiving etc This will
ist p:esentation of I
Aqua Show, directed by
until November.
Morris Beriek
A i" I and r.
may
MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN
Would like to share a lovely
bright apartment with kitchen
privileges with another woman.
MRS. ANNA DOOCKLER
1553 S.W. 7th St.. Miami. Apt. 8
. n ..; SI plus tax, and
:-.;. e at th< M
but anli '- V The general public, as well as
M i V tl the Y, is In-
lisplayi t is noi -.. atti nd
.
Beth David School
Holds Summer Session
The Beth David Hebrew 5
will hold summer session, accord-.
ing to an announcement by Je-
rome B. Gordon, educational di-
rector.
Classes began Monday o. this
week and will be held Mon
trrough Thursday of each <
from 10 to 11 a.m.. Cuxnculun
the summer covers a re&
semester's work.
All sausaj fad
. '
lared 1
not to be used as koshei
me to thi ecent decis
L'nior. of Orthodox Rar.b.5 of
LEGAL NOTICE
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Any r.- siring
Mi r. n Aw
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Former Miami Rabbi
Given Oregon Pulpit
Rabbi Saul B Appell
formerly of Temple -
beci elected to the pulpit o. l n-
gregation Beth Israei P rtl
Oregon, to succeed th< -,-~
Henry J Berkowitz.
Congregation Beth :
of the largest ar.d oldest in
Pacific Northwest, ana h
the pulpit of Dr. Stephen S.
and Rabbi Jonah B. Wise.
Are you a friend of
Burnett Roth?
Call 5-4889 or 58-5821
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has just returned from Israel
will be Guest Speaker:
Subject:
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Mr. Siegfried Geismar. At.-r-
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FRIDAY, JUNE 24.
Synagogue Council
Organized Here
The Synagogues Council of
Southeastern Florida was formal-
ly organized Sunday at a meeting
held in the home of Judge Harold
Spaet, 220 West Rivo Alto Dr.,
Miami Beach.
The council is a complete lay-
men's group consisting of three
appointed or elected members of
each synagogue and temple in the
area and will be considered the
southeastern area representative
group in the Synagogue Council
of America, which includes rep-
resentatives of Orthodox, Con-
servative and Reform Judaism.
Purpose of the Southeastern
Synagogue Council of Florida are:
1. To strengthen Judaism: The
primary and major purpose is to
make the synagogue the center
of Jewish spiritual influence,
thereby strengthening Judaism in
America. This will be accom-
plished by promoting religious
unity without uniformity; by
fostering the observance of the
Sabbath festivals and holy days;
by stimulating Jewish religious
education; by encouraging Syna-
gogue affiliation and attendance;
by urging religious interests in
the home; by spreading the mes-
sage of Judaism through the radio,
the press and direct contact with
religious leaders of Jewry; and
by concerning itself with religious
problems of common interest to
all wings of Judaism.
2. To improve Jewish-Christian
relations: By cooperating with the
branches of Federal Council of
the churches of Christ of America
in our area, the branches of the
over-all Protestant body in our
area, and the branches of the na-
tional Catholic Welfare Confer-
ence, to represent the Jewish re-
ligious groups in this area in mat-
ters of interfaith activities. As
occasions arise, to exchange mes-
sages of good will with Christian
bodies. To encourage clergy and
educators to prevent misinforma-
tion and misunderstanding among
their groups. To strive to expose
and refute misrepresentations of
Jewish religious principles and
practices that may be found in
literature, on the stage and over
the radio.
3. To contribute to our nation's
peace programs: To cooperate
with all branches of the govern-
ment in the dissemination of in-
formation, treasury savings drives,
Red Cross, and other war or peace
religious agencies, maintaining di-
rect contact with all of these de-
partments and agencies as the
representative of the Jewish re-
ligious groups in this area.
At this first formal meeting,
the following officers officers and
directors were elected: chairman,
Harold B. Spaet, Temple Israel;
vice chairman, Julius Jay Perl-
mutter, Temple Isaiah; secretary,
Louis J. Krensky, Temple Beth
Sholom; treasurer, Harry Sirkin,
Jewish Community Center; cor-
responding secretary, Samuel
Dickson, Congregation Beth
David.
Members of the board of di-
rectors will consist of one se-
lected representative from each
of the constituent congregations
who are members of the Syna-
gogue Council. The congregations
participating in organizing this
council and their respective rep-
resentatives present at this meet-
ing were: Temple Isaiah, Julius
Jay Perlmutter, Dr. Maurice Rich,
Benjamin W. Tupler; Temple Beth
Sholom, Shepard Broad, Louis J.
Krensky, Benjamin Rimer; Tem-
_ Associated Photographers
J B'rith groups of Greater Miami entertained veterans at Pratt General Hospital with a gala
Father's Day Fun Program" last Wednesday. Shown at the affair are (front row, 1. to r.) Mrs. Sid-
ney Covnier of the Coral Gables Women's Chapter; Mrs. Sidney Boeninger. B'nai B'rith hospital
service representative; Nurse Stein; Leo Steinman; Mr. and Mrs. Mark Silverstein, presidents of the
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area have been invited to par-
ticipate.
The meeting was attended by
many of the rabbis in this area
who acted in an advisory capacity
in the formation of this laymen's
council. Included among those
present were: Jacob H. Kaplan,
rabbi emeritus, Temple Israel;
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Jewish
Community Center; Rabbi April
of the Miami Hebrew School and
Congregation; Rabbi Grauer of
Congregation Beth El; Rabbi Max
Shapiro of Congregation Beth
David; Rabbi Leon Kronish, Tem-
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Shepard Broad was appointed
as chairman of a committee to,
draw up a constitution and by
laws. Other members of the com-1
mittee are Leon Kaplan and I
Julius Jay Perlmutter.
Bearh AJC Will
Sponsor Cruise
The first in a series of summer
fund raising and social events to
be sponsored by the Miami
Beach Chapter, Florida Women's
Division of the American Jewish
Congress will be a moonlight
cruise aboard the Seven Seas
Thursday evening.
The board will leave Pier 10,
City Yacht Basin at 8:30 p.m. and
will be out for two and a half
hours. Dancing to orchestra music,
and entertainment are on the
agenda, according to Mrs. Wil-
liam Loeb, president.
Tickets may be obtained by
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the co-dhairman, Mrs. Jerome
Kimball, at 5-0576. Also on the
committee are Mrs. Leonard
Glickman, Clara Goldenberg and
Mrs. Manuel Tanenbaum.
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Judge Walter H. Beckham was
last week reappointed to his fifth
term as judge of the Dade County
juvenile and domestic relations
court by Governor Fuller Warren.
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j^gtaHTrith Americanism Rally
rii Feature Youth Friendship Chorus
+J*nlsMkridFfon
PAGE SEVEN
July 4th
1* iKZ Rallv will be spon-
Mric,n Miami Beach Lodge,
*" Bbyri,hMm Flamingo Park,
Miami f aocnof thc event will be
i&%" You,h
the
Chorus, a. singing
obovs and girls of all
Pup ho will present Irving
K of Friendship/1
^r- J? froup made their
l*e. BnPJf.jJee at a "Rights of
^ iSute aMhe Roney Plaza
f, n March of this year under
Holel chin of the Florida Re-
CaDL office and the Great-
K?.Tn'nai B'rith Council.
tfPSK band director of
m High School, is the director
2?.Sal group. He is assisted
David Rabinowitz, Florida
JteB'nai B'rith Youth chair-
"Sivor Harold Turk of Miami
Jg is making special arrange-
Ett for the transportation of
*Tnon gruP from various
JU'm Miami to Flamingo Park
I the patriotic observance
Iheduled to start promptly at
1p.m.
Godfrey K. Newman, general
chairman of the Americanism pro-
gram, has announced his commit-
tee consisting of Jules P. Cl an
ning, Harry Zukernick, Waltei
Kovner and Burnett Beckerman.
Invitations have been extended
to civic, service and veterans or-
ganizations and their families to
attend the evening of entertain-
ment and it is expected that an
attendance exceeding 2500 mem-
bers of B'nai B'rith will be on
hand for the program.
B'nai B'rith leaders in the
Greater Miami community who
have been invited to be seated on
the platform with city council-
men, mayors and other dignataries
include: John Kronenfled, Mark
Silverstein, A. Budd Cutler. Je-
rome R. Adelman, Donald Eanett,
Harold Booth. Mrs. Harold Rand.l
Mrs. Seymour Satin, Mrs. Mark
Silverstein, Mrs. William Hech-1
ler, Mrs. Erwin Marshall. Dorothy I
Rader, Mrs. Irving Cypen, I
Brown, Elaine Schwartz. Louise
Krupsaw, Adele Ziff, Lou Heiman, I
Isaac Levin, Mrs. Harry Goi
and Roslyn Morris.
Letters To The Editor
AJC Defended
PtfceuJ Blrnn, is the writer of
Strictly Confldi ntlal nationally
ndieated <''"' "f ""' lnd|vl Bdialvi Fi H Service. The artl-
etlone mrrd In last u.. W's iHMM of The
jr'.ii.-h norldlan Editor.
Dear Editor:
Irresponsible reporting creates
untruthsas one who attended
the American Jewish Congress
Administrative Committee on
June 7 and a participant in the
delegation who appeared in Wash-
ington on June 6, 1949, I desire
to convey a true picture of the
proceedingsSenate Resolution
No. 125 (copy attached) which
was introduced on June 7 by Sen-
ator Claude S. Pepper co-signed
by a bipartisan senatorial group
consisting of two Republicans and
two Democrats, namely, Senators
Ives of New York, Gillette of
Iowa. Henriksen of New Jersey
was a direct result of the efforts
of this successful delegation
labelled as unsuccessful by your
anonymous columnist in "Strictly
Confidential." This resolution was
drafted by the Florida delegation
consisting of Kurt Singer, noted
author and authority on espion-
age Mrs. A. A. Hayden and my-
self. It is definitely untrue that
**e are an undemocratic organiza-
tion since we were not represent-
w by paid professionals but by
over 200 volunteer delegates from
over 20 states who met with their
respective senators and repre-
sentatives.
We must absolutely refute the
marge that the Senators were
Not Very Polite"each and
everyone was above reproach but
one; who is entitled to his dissent-
ing point of view as an individual
ana he did not raise his voice "to
a nigh crescendo." Every Senator
friLi ?ore sympathetic and
inend y than we expected.
* .rary, t0 your allegations,
e not only presented a dossier
iniJ r,cccnt German Industrial
to New York to the State Depart-
vev 7 a the best available sur-
fiBJr denaz'f'cation program in
2,?y.,of todav- anc* thJs was
^ted bv the World Jewish
Congress which consists of 68
member nations. How utterly
ridiculous and stupid it is to al-
lege that the American Jewish
Congress is "not terribly alarmed
about the strengthening of Naz-
ism in Germany"when we are
the ones who made such strenuous
efforts to make the survey, make
the expose and brought it before
the wide public. If instead of giv-
ing a distorted picture, you had
given the facts and urge others
to join the campaign, you would
have rendered a much greater
service to the Jewish people.
It is hard to replace the unfor-
gettable voice of Dr. Wistthe
true American and true Jewbut
the American Jewish Congress is
making every effort to carry on in
the tradition of our leader of
blessed memory. The Congress did
not exclude these two affiliated
organizations the American
Jewish Labor Council and the
Jewish Peoples Fraternal Order
because they were "radical" and
progressive but I quote the New-
York TimesJewish Congress
upholds OustersTwo Left-Wing
Bodies lead by Administrative
Group to be "Hostile to Program"
The charges against the two
groups grew out of a dual cam-
paign in the United States Con-
gress. The National Executive
Committee of the American Jew-
ish Congress on November 29,
1948, voted to support a group
libel bill introduced on February
3, in the House by Representative
Arthur G. Klein of New York.
The Labor Council and the
Fraternal Order were charged
with having sought passage of
another bill of similiar nature
through William A. Barrett. Rep-
resentative of Pennsylvania, thus
"sabotaging" the program of the
American Jewish Congress.
It was charged also that the
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Off the Record
Mrs. Robert Rosen was re-
cently elected president of the
Miami Alumnae of Phi Sigma
Sigma sorority. Others elected
to office were Mrs. Victor Reit-
er. vice president: Mrs. Harry
Rosenfeld. social secretary: Mrs.
Doris Zion, corresponding sec-
retary; Mrs. Manuel Lubel,
sunshine chairman: Miss Thel-
ma Laedman, philanthropic;
Miss Ruth Rogers, recording
secretary; Mrs. Jerome Adel-
man. treasurer. The group was
recently feted by Mrs. Adelman
at an informal tea at her home,
1930 S.W. 23rd Terr.
Seven Jewish dwarfs, five sisters and two brothers survivors
m&S? C:'h "S m """A8^ recentI>' arrived in israeTh'
were n i' In "^ ?" th<' T85 f bdnR Sent off to Oswiecim but they
UvTn* .nll I SpareAd T]K'-V,rc a!1 musicians and plan to earn a
o ? son on tl T"'T A? A,''aub Pollceman ** wife gave birth
childTr?, 1 H, V, l"br:ited.its nrst anniversary named his
cniia Israel. Many Christians are trying to enter Israel by posing as
Jew,. Some have succeeded. In May of 1948 there were 655.000
innnn(!nr. .u"-;1- Ir',Mi,v ot ,949 there we m 100.000 Catholic pilgrin s are expected to visit Israel next year in
connection with the celebration of the "Holy Year." Israel's mer-
chant marine now consists ol fifteen ships. Should Congress vote
an investigation oi our denazification program in Germany many
heads will fall. That is why the opposition will leave no stone un-
turned to prevent such an eventuality. Germany is reeking with
nazism and anti-Semitism. If the American Military Government
cared to reveal the figures they would show that perhaps more than
fifty percent of the denazification judges are themselves former
nazis. Some with unusually close ties to the Nazi Party. A former
member of the Nazi Party in Palestine is threatening to sue the
Israeli Government. He is Paul Avrello who resided in the German
colony of Sarano near Tel Aviv. Avrello lives in Dusseldorf, where
he settled just before thi ut reak of the war. His planned law suit,
he claims, will be based on the charge that the seizure by Israel of
Nazi property in the former German colony is unlawful. '
two groups had formed an organ-
ization called the Joint Commit-
tee to combat Anti-Semitism,
which congress asserted was dup-
licating its workunquote. These
expulsions were based entirely
on established violation of organ-
izational discipline and procedure,
and the report is clear for any-
one who wishes to .-tudy it ob-
jectively.
Fil ally the question raised by
your columnist that the "New
look of the American Jewish Con-
gress looks so much like the old
look of the American Jewish
Committee" makes me wonder
what he gains by bringing dissen-
sion and attack against two or-
ganizations who are engaged in
fighting anti-Semitism, Fascism
and Communism as the long and
well established records of thc
American Jewish Committee and
the American Jewish Congress
show. Who stands to gain by di-
viding and internal smear? The
raison d'etre for the American
Jewish Congress stands on it.,
own merits.
Sincerely vours.
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FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 1949


Personally Speaking
I. H. Katz, 2239 S.W. 21st St., has just returned to Miami
after a year's visit with his iamily in Johannesburg, South
Africa.
*
Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Horowitz, 950 Meridian Ave., left Tuesday
Jor a two-month stay with their families at Staten Island.
* *
A. Bramson left Tuesday by plane for Worcester, Mass., to
spend the summer with his niece.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Jack M. Shapiro have moved into their new
home at 853 S.W. 11th St.
+ *
Mr. and Mrs. Moe Solomon, 1900 S.W. 17th Terr., recently
celebrated their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary with a dinner
party at the Park Avenue Restaurant, Miami Beach. Attending
were their sons, Joe and Philip, and their son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Sam LeVine. Mr. and Mrs. Solomon
left Saturday, June 18, for an extended motor trip through the
East. They will return in July.
* *
Ruth Brotman entertained members of the press and radio
at a luncheon at the Musicians Club of America, Tuesday.
* *
Vacationing at the Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville, N. C,
are Mr. and Mrs. Max Jacobson and sons, Ronnie and Allan,
Mr. and Mrs. Harold M. Blicher and daughters, Caroline and
Arline, Mrs. Sarah Jacobson, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Gluck, Henry
Jacobson and Sam Mendel, all Miamians.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Rome, 1308 El Rado St., Coral Gables,
have returned from a tour of tre state. Included in their in-
tinerary were Daytona Beach, Silver Springs and Marineland.
While in Daytona, the Romes were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Panos.
* + *
Mrs. D. Rattner of Miami Beach left Wednesday by plane to
visit her daughters in Virginia and New York.
* + *
The bris milah of Douglas Lance Grenald, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Zion Grenald, took place Monday at their home, 1985
Marseilles Dr., Miami Beach. Acting as qodparents were Dr.
and Mrs. William Iver. Both grandfathers, Norman Minden and
Sam Greenwald, acted as sandekim. Attending physician was
Dr. Leo Grossman. The Rev. Philip Fried officiated.
* + *
The bris milah of Stephen Michael Rubin, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Lester Rubin, 1350 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach, took place
last Thursday at home. The baby's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Jerry Resnick, served as godparents. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
was sandek. The Rev. Philip Fried officiated.
* *
Frankie Aaron Greenberq, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Green-
berg, 922 S.W. 3rd St., recently left for Chicaqo to attend a
Habonim convention. After the convention. Frankie, who grad-
uated from Miami Senior High this year, will qo to Hechalutz
Training Camp, Cream Ridqe, N. J. He expects to go to Israel
after receiving training in this country.
Dolly Fishbein
Joins June Brides
A double ring ceremony united
in marriage Dolly Fishbeir..
daughter of Mrs. Sadie Fishbein,
2020 S.W. 24th Terr, and Irving
Baum. son of Mrs. Ida Baum.
Monticello, N. Y. Rabbi Max
Shapiro performed the rites
which took Dlar* June 12 in the
President Madison Hotel. Cantor
Maurice Mamches sang.
Given in marriage by her sis-
ter. Mrs. Bu5h, and her brother.
Jonathan A. Fishbein, the bride
wore a period gown of antique
ivory satin fashioned with a full
train, fitted bodice, sweetheart
neckline edged in seed pearls. A
seed pearl coronet secured her
fingertip length illusion veil. She
carried a white bible topped with
orchids and lilies of the valley.
Dinner followed the ceremony
at the hotel.
For her daughter's wedding.
Mrs. Fishbein chose a gown of
fuschia French crepe with yellow
rosebud corsage. The bridegroom's
mother wore midnight blue silk
with a yellow rosebud corsage.
The couple left for a wedding
trip to Washington and New
York. For travel the bride chose
ice club organdy with white ac-
cessories and an orchid corsage.
The former Miss Fishbein at-
tended the University of Miami.
is a member of Hadassah, a past
president of Debbs Chapter.
BBYW. Mr. Baum graduated this
month from the University of
Miami.
Mildred Fradkin Weds
Max Rosenthal June 15
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan performed
the ceremony which united Mil-
dred Fradkin and Max Rosenthal.
The service was held June 15 at
Rabbi Kaplan's home, 1368 Nor-
mandy Dr., Miami Beach.
Mrs. Henry M. Cain
Emily Rose Deckelman
Becomes Mrs. Cain
In a double ring ceremony on
May 28, Miss Emily Rose Deckel-
man, daughter of Mrs. Ida Deck-
elman of Miami Beach, became
the bride of Henry R. Cain, son
of Mrs. Miriam Cohen. The couple
exchanged vows at the Phyllis
Kapp Studio before Dr. Jacob H.
Kaplan, rabbi emeritus of Tem-
ple Israel.
The bride, given in marriage by
her uncle, Max Havelock. Balti-
more, Md., wore an ankle-length
dress of white organdy with a
bonnet of illusion. She carried a
nosegay of baby white gardenias.
Rita Feinson was the bride's
only attendant. Arthur Deckel-
man, brother of the bride, was
best man.
Immediately following the cere-
mony a reception was held at the
studio.
The bride graduated from the
University of Miami and will con-
tinue her training as a medical
technician at Jackson Memorial
Hospital.
Mr. Cain, who is attending the
University of Miami Law Schooi,
is affiliated with Tau Epsilon Pni
social fraternity and Nu Beta
Epsilon legal fraternity. He served
for two years in the Navv ana
was stationed in the South
Pacific.
Harriet Kripple
Harriet Kripple
To Marry July 2
A July 2nd wedding at Con-
gregation Beth El is being planned
by Miss Harriet Kripple, whose
engagement to Marvin P. Meyer,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Isidore
Meyer. Chicago, has been an-
nounced by her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. David Kripple, 321 S.W. 9th
Ave.
A graduate of Miami Senior
High, the bride-elect is a member
of the Junior League of the Mi-
ami Y. Mr. Meyer, who is a Navy
veteran of 22 months, attended
schools in Chicago and graduated
from the University of Illinois.
He is now serving as a geologist
with the Army Engineers in Jack-
sonville.
Beach Y To Continue
Young Adult Dances
The weekly dances sponsored
for young adults by the Miami
Beach Y will continue through
the summer months on Sunday
evenings, according to announce-
ment by Paul Nadellman, chair-
man. The Y will also sponsor roll-
er skating under the stars every
Tuesday at 8 p.m.
According to Nadellman. the
young adult classification in-
cludes girls over the age of 18
and fellows over 21. The general
public, as well as members of the
Y, may participate in this pro-
gram for young people.
J^^_^i M
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i^L c^
n
Mrs. Louis Gidney was re-
cently installed as president of
the Deborah Group of Hadassah
at a lunchteon at the Versailles
Hotel. Mrs. Milton Sirkin served
as installing officer.
Bridge Session
The Miami Y will hold its
weekly bridge session Monday
night at 8:30 in the air-cooled
auditorium of the building.
Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Bernstein
of last week's
were winners
Mrs. Harold Simonhoff
Marcia Cammer Weds
Harold Simonhoff
Following a brief honeymoon,
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Simonhoff
are living in Miami.
The former Miss Marcia Cam-
mer, daughter of Herman Cam-
mer, 4381 S.W. 13th Terr,, be-
came the bride of Mr. Simonhoff
on May 29 at the Monte Carlo
Hotel, Miami Beach.
A reception at the hotel fol-
lowed the ceremony.
A graduate of Ponce de Leon
High School, the bride attended
the University of Miami. She is
a member of Debbs, B'nai B'rith
Young Women.
The groom is a member of Phi
Epsilon Pi fraternity at the Uni-
versity of Miami and a member
of the Knights of Pythias. He
also attended VPI.
Herald Staff Photo
Miami Jewish community leaders attended the cornerstone laying ceremonies held Sunday
. Sv.trn,ni atou ^t?PaTl,d 8Ttt*9ogue now under construction at S.W. 3rd Ave. between 28th and
match. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Dezen 27th Roads. Shown at the site are (L to r.) Rabbi Max Shapiro, Murray Cohen, Harry Gordon, Bemie
were runners-up. I Sterling and Jacob Sher.
Be/nice Dacks
U-M Honors Go
To Berniee Dacks
Bernice Dacks received her
Master of Arts degree in Spanish
from the University of Miami on
June 6. Miss Dacks has also done
graduate work at the University
of Havana, Cuba, for which she
was awarded a scholarship by the
Institute of International Educa-
tion, and at the Middlebury Col-
lege Spanish School, Middlebury,
Vt.
Miss Dacks graduated cum
laude from the University of Mi-
ami in 1947. At that time she was
awarded a graduate assistantship
in Spanish. She was a member of
Nu Kappa Tau, highest woman's
honorary, Sigma Delta Pi, Span-
ish honorary, and Theata Alpha
Phi, dramatic honorary fraternity.
She was given the Lima, Peru,
Rotary Club grand prize.
She plans to do advanced work
in French and Spanish at Co-
lumbia University this summer
and is leaving for New York on
June 27. While studying at Co-
lumbia, she will remain at Inter-
national House.
Tamara Chapter
To Meet Tuesday
Tamara Chapter of Mizrachi
Women will hold a meeting Tues-
day at 8 p.m. at the Victor Hotel.
1144 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach, ac-
cording to an announcement by
Mrs. Charles Turk, president. Mr.
and Mrs. Theodore Landesman,
managers of the hotel, will be
hosts for the evening. Movjes will
be shown and refreshments will
be served.
Next fund-raising affair will be
a boat ride on Monday evening.
July 4. Mrs. Israel Slotsky
chairman of the affair and tickets
may be obtained by calling Lilian
i Bogdan at 83-6885 or Lily Laster
at 58-6885.


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Rita Ly Zalkin
JitaLyn Zalkin
flrothal Told
and Mrs. Max Zalkin, 2536
11 20th St.. have announced
Lergagemcnt of their daughter,
|mj Lyn. to Jerome Cohen, son
l[ Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cohen, 2901
Lingo Dr.. Miami Beach.
I fre bride-to-be graduated from
Lv school in Jacksonville and
haded the University of Mi-
E Her fiance is a law student
Re University of Miami.
I Mr. and Mrs. Cnhen entertained
L| reception at their home Sun-
iio honor of the couple.
IGordons Leave For N. Y.
' Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon left
Ifc.N'ew York to attend the wed-
Ifcgof Miss Eve Naomi Machtei.
Aileen Miller
Ailcen Miller To
Become Mrs. Giller
The betrothal of Aileen Miller
to Charles Giller, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Giller, 738 15th St.,
Miami Beach, ha.? been an-
nounced by her mother. Mrs
Ethel Miller, 734 5th St., Miami
Beach.
The bride-elect was graduated
from Miami Beach High School
and attended Florida State Uni-
versity in Tallahassee. She also
attended the Barbizor. School in
New York City.
Mr. Giller is attending the Uni-
versity of Florida where he is
majoring in architecture. He is n
member of Gargoyle, architectur-
al honorary, and Phi Eta Sigma
honorary society and served as
president of the sophomore class.
Pe
rsonally Speaking .
fen Martha fi. Frame, Paul H. Marks
'Ian August Kites In North Carolina
Martha Frame
Planning an August 7th wed-
ng in Grove Park Inn. Ashe-
j N C. is Miss Martha Gil-
"nst Frame, whose engagement
PaulH. Marks, son of Mr. and
* Herman Marks, 1378 Coral
JJ. was recently announced.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
EJHj? A. Frame of Winnipeg
I Toronto. Canada, the bride-
ct attended schools in both
. Sr.e came to Miami three
&ag0 a? secretary to the
Wish consul.
i Marks' Prminent Miami
Sy'ls 2 charter member and
Mmma(7 of th0 0range Bowl
Stee ^and a heutenant
J nel on Gov. Fuller Warren's
wt. Past prescient of Pi Lambda
I fe *>,? of Greater Miami,
Eiaiv0Cmber of the Maternity's
.*cutne council. Mr. Marks
(Tin'thA3 heutonant command-
L he Navy with fo
Mrs. Zalton Gerstel
Leonore Wiseman,
Zalton Gerstel Wed
Lenore Wiseman, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Simon Wiseman,
2240 S.W. 25th Terr., was married
to Zalton Gerstel, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Herman Gerstel, 1023 S.W.
13th Ct.. on May 16 at the Cadillac
Hotel, Miami Beach. Rabbi Si-
mon April performed the cere-
mony.
The bride woie a gown of ivory
satin with portrait neckline and
court train. She carried an ivory
prayer book adorned with or-
chids, ribbons and stephanotis.
Alice Gerstel. oldest sister of
the bridegroom, was maid of
hor.or. Stella Gerstel was also an
attendant. The bride's brother.
Morris Wiseman, served as best
man and ushering were Armond
Gerstel. and Larry Bornsttin.
Terry Bloom was ring bearer.
Following the ceremony a buf-
fet supper was served at the
hotel.
For goi.-.g away the bride chose
a navy and white checked suit
with navy accessories and an
orchid corsage. The couple
honeymooned in Daytona Beach.
Sharet Chapter, BBYW,
Hears Convention Report
Paul H. Marks
of
Sharet Chapter, B'nai B'rith
Young Women, met Tuesday
night at the home of Charlotte i
Coddon. Highlight of the evening
was the convention: report given
by the four delegates who at-
tended the District No. 5 conven-
tion held at the Ritz Plaza Hotel,
Miami Beach.
Guests at the meeting were:
Mrs. Ruth Cohen, national presi-
dent, B'nai B'rith Y'oung Women:
Mrs. William Hechler, president,
Coral Gables B'nai B'rith Women;
Selrr.a Lewis. B'nai B'rith Youth
director of Greater Miami: Milton
Friedman, past president of Flor-
ida's B'nai B'rith State Federa-
tion: and the out-of-town dele-
gates to the convention who are
still in Miami.
Newly elected officers of Dis-
recerS SSS ?**&> former West Palm Beach resident,
Kl^u"' Mary Shrebnick and other West Palm
Beach friends. Mrs. Blumberg has come south for her annual
summer vacation at Miami Beach, where she has been a guest
at the Essex Hotel. '
to *
Jesse Simon, senior at the North Illinois College of Opto-
metry, returned to Chicago this week after spending his inter-
iSFSV&dstwith his parent8, **and **"Monis Simon'
* *
Robert Kanter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kanter, 3030
Koyal Palm Ave., Miami Beach, was graduated from the Uni-
versity of Miami Law School on June 6.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Max Silver, their son, David, and Mrs. Silver's
mother, Mrs. G. Seidenberg, will leave Sunday morning for New
York. They will be away for six weeks.
* *
Kolman Luria of Miami Beach is leaving Monday morning
for New York and Ansonia, Conn. He will return in six to eight
weeks.
* *
Dr. and Mrs. M. A. Lipkind of Miami Beach left recently for
New York to visit with their son, Norman. They will be gone
about six weeks.
* -*
Receiving her bachelor of laws degree from Georqe Wash-
ington University in Washinqton, D. C., at commencement
exercises recently was Mrs. Ruth Baskin White, daughter of
Mrs. M. Baskin, 4245 Sheridan Ave., Miami Beach.
* *
Louis Rabin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rabin, will leave
for Akiba Boys' Camp at Stroudsburg, Penn., in a few days.
* *
Mis. Sonia Levitt, 835 N.W. 7th Street Road, recently re-
turned from a two-month visit with relatives and friends in New
York and Atlanta. Visiting with her at the present time are her
daughter, Mrs. Irwin Krick of Atlanta and her children. Mrs.
Krick will remain here until the middle of August. Mrs. Levitt's
son, Myron, who is a senior at Georgia Tech is leaving on a
student tour of Israel, which is being sponsored by IZFA.
Myron, who was recently re-elected president of IZFA in At-
lanta, will fly to the Jewish State on July 5 and return in
September.
* *
Carole Jaffee will leave today for a three-day convention
of B'nai B'rith Girls. Carole is a deleqate of Chapter 14. From
the convention she will qo to Newark, N. J., where she will visit
her relatives, the Schwellers.
* *
Bernard Hoppenfeld of Long Island, N. Y., is in Miami on a
combined business and pleasure trip and is a guest at the
Ponce de Leon Hotel.
* *
Mrs. Marie Blumberg has returned to her home in New
York after visiting with friends in West Palm Beach, where she
formerly resided._____________________________
commission during the years
construction and is a member of
the executive board of Temple
^jSLe McCormick will *tend! tricTr*. j *%$," ]
WTjffST" KC:th S'-'Setary^nf Beverly
The couple will sail on the
Nieuw Amsterdam on August 15
for a wedding trip to England.
France, Italy and Switzerland.
They will return on the He de
France on September 22.
Dolly
sverly
Koch, delegate to the national
convention. ..
Plans were discussed for t e
forthcoming dance the Sharet
Summer Swirl, to be held at the
Sorrento Hotel en JulyJ.
Singer Names Hillel
Council Representatives
William D. Singer, president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eiation. has named the following
to represent Federation on the
Hillel Advisory Council: Harry
Bovell. Mrs. William Capland,
Herman Feldman, Mrs. Edward
Friedman. Joseph A. Garfield.
Max Holtsberg, Mrs. Oscar Lel-
Bride-Elect Feted
Miss Phyllis Jean Rosenthal,
bride-elect of Robert H. Vatz, was
honored at a party and
laneous shower given by Mrs.
Stanley C. Myers and Mrs. Max
Pepper at the Westview Country
Club Wednesday.
Miss Rosenthal, the daughtc.
Dr. and Mrs. Albert E. Rosenthal.
444 West Di Lido Dr., Miami
graduate of Miami
Beach, is a graduate o
chuk Mrs. Sol L Leslie, Laurence I Beach High. She attended tr.e Ln-
Levenson. Robert Levin, Harold ivers;ty 0f Alabama, where she
Kramer. Dr. Herman Meyer. Mrs. I wa8 a member of Sigma Delta
Sadve Rose, Dr. Jesse D. Spirer, Tau SOrority.
Col. Elry Stone. Mrs. Herbert E.. u
Scher and Julian Wein.kle.
mr years of
Poom2L, Flor,d,an, the bride-
SVom v"me to Miami to
tondfathJH West' where his
hSSeWaHb MarkowitzJ
*unselfn,.u"-He was general
1 C^MhjOverseas Highway
Jantaoi Vacation At
F**cU Inn In N. C.
Ul MohTwoi Sltuated on Lake
*sa-t ^Siendersnville. N. C, a
^'icte-t0 spend the sum"
*0W feP,t, anu altitude of over
.*'blehv u h!f1 easUv ac-
Utesiril i modes of travel.
'S annInn offerin fishin*
Sla if ,sw'mmin m Lake
S^ersorvilir'1 aS golfing at
Mrs'A. M. Vatz. York. Pa., was
"niversity of
he was af-
nnis
course, riding,
^^tly?'63"'
There is
Confirmation .xarcisas w.re held gffStfSS '
ant, in th. program are gUE^Sl
man,
HlUman. Garaldine

center row
Sis'erhood presi
Diane
Barbara Hlliman. ^*?r- r Robbins.
of Temp'- Beth Sholom; Mn. A'exanderj^
Silverrr n Carole .
d.nt of the congregation: Mrs- Leon J^jgJ L.rir.son. Allen
(bottom row. L to r.) Suianne Stahl. Baroa
Pallet. ------
dent;
HLyT Shepard Broad, presi-
olom; M. A'ex.nder^no.^ G,yck, Diane Wolfe.^Samuel Kelemer:
graduated from the University
Pennsvlvania. where he
filiated with Zeta Beta Tau
fraternity.
The couple will speak meir
vows Julv 3 in the Sherry Fron-
tenac Hotel, Miami Beach.
Mrs. Chernoff To
II< ad Both II PTA
Mrs Ernest ChernoM was
elected president of Beth El PTA
at a meeting of the organization
last week. Others elected to of-
fice were Mrs. Herman Cantor.
Mrs. Irwin Kwall and ..Irs b.
Polin. vice presidents: Mrs. Rae
Frome. recording secretary: Mrs.
Edward Schwartz, treasurer: Mrs.
Morris Apner, corresponding sec-
Members of the board of di-
rectors are Rabbi and Mrs Mur-
-ay Grauer, Sidney Paimen. Mr;
Eva StahL Mrs. H. Krav:;z M
Yor.a Sternsteir., Ernest C-.-;
Edward Schwartz, Irwin Kvi
S Polin. Mr. and Mrs Hei
Miller. Mr. and Mr. ,.
Sachs, Mr. and Mrs. E
Mr and Mrs Frank I
Mr and Mrs. Max P.
Among the project.-
cud has undertaker, thu
group
Mrs. Ch

were a play-
jground an: a librarj for th Ail-
idren. of the Beth El school.


pAdfeTfeta
Jewish Atafcfaft
.
Our Film Folk
HOLLYWOOD Writer di-
rector-producer Cy Howard, who
shortly will become radio's top-
salaried chattel, told me this week
that the $200,000 per year he will
rake in for the next six years is
the payoff from hitting the situa-
tion comedy jackpot. Cy's new
contract with the Columbia
their sponsors at the end of the
current season, may be back in
the fall with drastically-revised
programs in keeping with the
trend toward low budgeted
shows. In place of his present
season's $16,000-a-week show-
case, Jolson may come to the
Lake Worth Party
The Lake Worth Benevolent
and Protective Association held a
party Monday night in Pilgrim
Hall. Mrs. J. Sneider was in
charge of arrangements.
LEGAL NOTICE
Broadcasting System is the re- ** ^J* ~fiLJH*ffl
ward for the success of his two
current packages, "My friend
Irma" and "Life With Luigi,"
with a new opus "The Private
Lives of Eddie and Ann," to de-
but this summer on the network.
The latter show, dealing with the
adult world through the eyes of
10-year-olds, may also be tele-
cased simultaneously.
Howard has pronounced ideas
on the place of situation versus
gag comedy. He maintains that
the day of gaggery and tailoring
a show to a star's needs has end-
ed. Cy insists, for his shows, on
a story stressing characterization
with "teal people and real prob-
lems" in it. In this way, he claims,
the comedy basis is laid for sit-
uations that have impact and can
be continued indefinitely.
Cy claims the technique of
playing a show to a studio audi-
ence is all wet. "Why sacrifice
an audience of 22,000.000 at home
for 400 in the studio?" he asks.
"The number of laughs a show
gets in the studio is a false baio-
meter because comedians use
tricks to get the people in the
studio to laugh. They mug, use
tired old mother-in-law pokes,
sex jokes, girdle jokes, insults
and wild jokes. I go after relaxed
listening in the home."
Cy "dejokifies" each of his
radio scripts and pulls out at
least 15 gags that are not in
character and do not spring from
the situation. He explains: "Each
of my scripts must have the story
resolved. I do not use cliches, and
there are no jokes fed to char-
acters." Cy has his actors dress
in character for the studio audi-
ence, his theory being: "For the
studio audiencetheater: for the
people at homeradio."
with the accent on nostalgia and
songs, rather than comedy, per-
mitting for a lop-off of top-money
scripters and supplementary tal-
ent fees.
Departing from his comedy
package for which Pabst has been
paying $20,000 a week, Cantor is
playing with the idea of a pro-
gram to showcase young talent
and bring it in under a $10,000
talent cost.
Jack Benny informs us that
he'll do at least one live televi-
sion show a month starting in
the fall for his present sponsor,
to augment the cigarette firm's
weekly program built around
comedienne Martha Raye.
Lucky Strike wants* Jack to
concentrate or. his Sunday night
r.idio stanza and thus the TV
program will remain on an ex-
perimental basis. If it is found
that he has time enough to do
n ore than one TV show each
month, then the schedule might
be stepped up to a bi-weeklv
basis.

Norman Mailer, brilliant young
author of "The Naked and the
Dead." hitherto averse to film
offers, is talking a deal with Di-
rector John Huston for a picture
to be made for the One World
Award Committee. Project calls
for Mailer and the film director
to tour the world for background
material.

Danny Kaye was described as
"the greatest ambassador of
Anglo-American relations" by U.
S. Ambassador to Great Britain.
Lewis Douglas, at a luncheon this
week feting Danny at the Hotel
Savoy. London, with cabinet
ministers, members of parlia-
ment and the Lord Mayor ap-
plauding the American comedian.
Douglas declared that Kaye has
done more to cement relations
between the two countries than
all officialdom.

Two of radio's veteran top-coin
comics. Al Jolson and Eddie Can-
tor, both parting company with
Yiddish Theatre On the Air
wraz
(940 on Your Dial}
EVERY SUNDAY
12:00 Noon to 1:30 P. M.
EVERY TUESDAY
6:00 to 7:00 P. M.
Yiddish Classical Hour
EVERY SUNDAY
A Variety of Stare in the
Latest Recordings Available
CLASSICALLITURGICAL
AND FOLK MUSIC
Listen to our New Feature
Yiddish Theatre On the Air
M. Nasafir. Program Director
Post Cards Offered
To Lure Tourists
People of this area have an op-
portunity to participate in a state-1
wide drive to bring summer va-
cationers to Florida, Dave Bos-
worth, district manager for Flor-
ida Power and Light Company,
said in announcing that his office
is making available oversize post
cards depicting Florida's vacation
spots for mailing to out-of-state
residents.
"All of us know that tourists
spend thousands of dollars in our
state, most of it during the winter
season." Bosworth said. "It's up
to us to tell our friends in other
states that, during the summer,
Florida offers the same interest-
ing sights, plus a wide selection
of accommodations. Furthermore,
hotels, motor courts and guest
homes are offering attractive
rates during the summer.
"Highways, beaches, lakes and
hundreds of places of inteiest are
less crowded than in winter,"
Bosworth continued. "Summer-
time in other states is vacation-
time, so let's write our friends
and relatives in these other states
and tell them about our full pro-
gram for summer fun."
For this purpose, Florida
Power and Light Company is of-
fering free post cards, printed in
four colors and showing scenes of
Florida's "vacation-land." These
"Summer-Grams" are now avail-
able at the Miami local office.
"Already our company has
ordered 50.000 of these Summer-
Grams printed and more will be
available when needed," Bos-
worth said. "All of our offices
throughout the state are supply-
ing these cards free of charge.
We estimate we've given away
nearly a million Summer-Grams
iloll-e..we started Printing them in
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No.
22650.
In Re: ESTATE OF
HERMAN STERN, Deceased.
To All Creditors ami 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 HERMAN STERN deceased
late of Miami Beach. Dade County.
Florida, to the Hon. W. F. BLAN-
TON, County Judge of Dade County,
and file the same in his office In the
County Courthouse in Dad* 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 claim-
ant and to be sworn to and presented
as aforesaid, or same will be barred.
See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate
Act.
Date June 20, A.D. 1949.
MINNIE STERN.
As Executrix of the List Will and
Testament of HERMAN STERN,
Deceased.
HARRY ZUKERNICK
Attorney for Executrix
42(1 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach, Florida
6/24 7/1-8-13
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
123.180.
LI8ELOTTE HUSTLER, Plaintiff, vs.
CHARLES H. HUSTLER, Defend-
ant.
TO: CHARLES H. HUSTLER
28 BERKLEY HEIGHTS PARK
BLOOMFIELD, NEW JERSEY
YOU ARE HEREBY required to file
an Appearance or Plead in the above
action for divorce on or before July
25, 1949; otherwise a Decree pro con-
fesso will be entered against you in
accordance with the Statutes of the
State of Florida so made and pro-
vided.
DATED this 21st day of June. 1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of tile Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIC1E,
Deputy Clerk
BURNETT ROTH
Attorney for Plaintiff
412 Congress Building
Miami. Florida
6/24 7.1-S-15 .
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Hl-Stylo of Miami at Miami, Florida,
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
JO HOCHMANN
MYRTLE F. SMITH
6/17-24 7/1-8-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Bobby Cote at Miami, Florida, Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
JO HOCHMANN
MYRTLE F. SMITH
Cl-8-I/i tZ-Ll/9
FRIDAY, JUNE 24,
LEGAL NOTICE
194
NOTICE OF INTENTION TrTT7~~
APPLICATION for F]2A"At
DISCHARGE 'NAL
"JNTYJUlJOK-sT-orRT i.i.J
rVY. FLORIDA.-No 2i4-iADl
ESTATE OF J$aan.''
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ARTISTIC DISPLAYS CO. (not Inc.)
at number 3300 North Miami Avenue
in the City of Miami. Florida, Intends
to register the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
MYLES D. ABERMAN,
Sole owner.
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Attorney for Applicant
420 Lincoln Road
6/17-24 7/1-8-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
POST BRUNCH 'N SODA at 150
Giralda Avenue, Coral Gables, Flor-
ida, Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
IX)U1S FRIED
-NATHAN FEUERSTEIN
Equal Partners
AMOS BENJAMIN
Attorney for Applicants
6/17-24 7/1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
CYPRESS FURNITURE FACTORY at
number 19 N.W. 20th St., in the City
of Miami, Florida, intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
JACK J. HONIQ
DE COSTAS. MAER & FLOYD
Attorneys for Applicant
607 Biscayne Building
6'24 7/1-8-15-22
Having dissolved partnership on
May 9th, 1949, the owners of Lottie
Brooks Dress Shop, 863 Washington
Avenue, Miami Beach, will not be
responsible for any debts Incurred by
other than themselves since the date
of the dissolution of partnership
LOTTIE SI ROTA
MAX S1ROTA
6/3-10-17-24
known as Jessie Feldmnii i.'i al1
deceased; and that on The V ft"?
of July. 1949. I will a.iulv d.i
Honorable W. P. Bian on th
Judge of Dade County, Fi0,.1,.;'u,!t
aiipi-oval of Haiti fii .'?""' lu
deceased. -*Mman DlugatchJ
This 8th day of June 1949
HERBERT DLUGATCH
Executor of the Estate nf i.'
F. Dlugatch also know', t[ MS
Feldman Dlugatch, Deed
ELRY STONE
Attorney for Executor
6/10-17-24 7/1
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN uj
the undersigned as Sheriff 0f 1 ."''
County, Florida, acting under Jd J
virtue of a certain Writ of ExecM
Issued out of the Civil Court of Rc3
of Dade County, Florida, In a certain
cause
Elmore,
trading and'
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the firm name of TRIX
at 536 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach,
Florida, Intends to register the said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Countv, Florida
JACK DAVIS, Sole Owner
ALFRED KREISLER
Attorney
10O9 Pan American Bank Bldg.
Miami, Fla.
6/10-17-24 7/1
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF WAREHOUSEMAN'S
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
*M.'.rtUe ?f Cha',t of Florida
Statutes Annotated (1941), Ware-
housemen and Warehouse Receipts,
wherein A. O TRANSFER *vri
WAREHOUSE CO.. a Florid, corpora?
n\n ?, V Ue f. i,s war*huse lien,
has in its possession the following de-
scribed personal propertv:
112 ft. meat box
'"hi- % & wa,k-'n-and-reach-in
box combination
MW^MCTSES W'llia' Orr. 3363
fci lh P1***1, Miami. Dade Countv
Ju?v 1ii.,hSt on lhe I3,h da>' of
JUtar, 1949. during the legal hours of
ale, mainly between 11:00 forenoon
vvv-\?.Em\VSE .*. *E8 MtoJS
Avenue, Miami. Florida, the under-
signed shall offer for sale to the
highest bidder for cash In hand, the
above described personal propertv as
M.PMPwjr.2Lt^S said William "Orr,
?>nun. i-i 6*ih S,reet' Mlaml- Dade
county. Florida.
DATED at Miami Beach, Florida.
this the 21st day of June, 194s
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WAREHOUSE CO.
ATTENTION
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licits your legal notices.
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patronage and guaran-
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legal rates. Phone 2-1141
for messenger service.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
LOUIS HAPTEL'S WOMEN'S DRESS
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 HAFTEL
HELENE HAFTEL
JACK A. ABBOTT
Attorney for applicants
6/3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring- to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Johnston's Chlc-N-Fry Steaks at 300
N. E. 79th StreeL Miami. Fla., in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
__ AARON CHAIKEN
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN,
Attorney for Applicant
Seybold Bldg.
6 10-17-24 7'1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
AMBOY HOUSE at 330 N.W. 1st
street. Miami. Dade County. Florida,
intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
HYMAN LEVITSKY
ROSE LEVITSKY
LEO SHEINER
Attorney for Applicants
/24 7/1-S-15-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
fcn""*ej Milder the fictitious name of
VANDERBILT HOTEL at 2009 Collins
Avenue. Miami Beach. Florida, in-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
HERBERT H. ROBINS
_.____. HYMAN ROSENBERG
MTERS. HEIMAN KAPLAN
f'27OrJ/ej-*0f17 24b'n8 Ro"enber*
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
.~- NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BELL HOTEL at 110 8 Miami Ave-
nue. Miami. Florida, intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
ida,
._ AL RETSKIN, Lessee
AMOS BENJAMIN
Attorney for Lessee
505 Olympia Bldg.
6 17-24 7/1-8-15
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
125303
EMANI EL O. MILLER, Plaintiff, vs.
JOHANNA MILLER. Defendant.
You. JOHANNA MILLER, 1590 W.
Sih Street. Brooklyn. New York, are
notified to file your appearance In
the above cause for divorce on the
19th day of July. A.D. 1949. otherwise
decree pro confesso will be entered
against you.
Dated this 17 day of June, A.D.
1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FE1GE.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN,e,'Uty ^
Attorney for Applicant
Seybold Bldg.
6,24 7/1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
NETTLETON SHOES OF MIAMI
BEACH at number 737 Lincoln Road
n the City of Miami Beach, Florida.
intend to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
C ounty, Florida.
HARRY AUSLANDER
FRED E. KOR.MAN
-._ BELLE KOR.MAN
HAROLD ZINN
Attorney for Applicants
6'24 7/1-S-15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
nZl* LT1'6! erv'e at 420 Lincoln
Road, Miami Beach, Florida, Intend
"J !'? wM name with the ClSS
Florid cu Court of Dad County,
&%.?!& Flor|da Corporation
f* 11LN: A. FRIEDMAN
Its President
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney
1026 Seybold Bldg.
6'24 7/1-8-15
g and doing business
under the name of Florida Poll,, 1.,. !
porter, being Cause No. 19292, naval
levied said execution upon the follow-
ing described property: 2 typewriter
desks; 2 swivel chairs; 3 office chair?
1 leather divan; 1 photographic drier
1 photographic enlarger; 1 wooden I
table; 1 portable typewriter; for any
lnE>rmaS'-,n con,cernlns this equipment
call 9-18a7; and all persons am nutl- I
fled that I will sell the said described
personal property to the highest and
best bidder for cash at the south door
of the Dade County Courthouse In the
City of Miami. Dade County, Florida
on the 4th day of July, nun. between
the hours of 10:00 o'clock A M and
2:00 o'clock P.M.. said sale being
made to satisfy said execution t"
gether with costs Including costs of
sale, purchaser to pay for Sheriff's
Bill of Sale
Dated this 2 day of June, 194S
JIMMY SULLIVAN
Sheriff of Dade Countv, Florida
By: GEO. F. HOLLY,
Deputy Sheriff
CUSHMAN AND WOODARD
Attorneys at Law
710 Biscayne Bldg.
6/10-17-24 7/1
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCL'T IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA-
IN CHANCERY, No. 125223.
NANCY HIMEY, Plaintiff, vs. PETER
HIMEY. Defendant
TO: PETER HIMEY
CHARLES STREET
OLD BRIDGE, NEW JER8EY
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
927 Lincoln Road
6/10-17-24 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 Hiv-
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
late of Dade County, Florida, to the
'Hon. W. F. BLANTON. County Judge
of Dade County, and file the same In
his office in the County Courthouse
In Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims or
demands to contain the legal address
of the claimant and to be sworn to
and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred. See Section 120 of the
1933 Probate Act
Date June 6th.' A.D 1949
Herman Wepman, Frieda Lust-
garten, Rose Kaplan, Lillian
Herts, Dr. M. J. Gllck.
As Executors of the Last Will and
Testament of William Hertz, De-
ceased.
HERMAN WEPMAN
Attorney for the Estate.
6/10-17-24 7/1
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF
E^VE.N^TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
l ~ND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. No. 125288 y-yjUNlY-
lEEwK&J'&ySQSt ">ntlff. vs.
TO ifvpNNv2?cLRPT- Dtndant.
to. jane ann Mcelroy
233 Park Avenue, *
Pacific Grove,
California.
fiiT,.ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
Sm KS?n aP,e8f anc.e or answer to the
Bill of Complaint for Divorce in this
cause on or before July 8, 1949; other-
wise said Bll of Complaint will be
taken as confessed by you
fwm*E .A.XD. 9RDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 8 day of June. 1949
E B LEATHERMAN.
(Circuit cfurtrkSea.)th# C'rCU,t ^^
By M. C. FEIGE.
JACK A. ABBOTT. DePUtX C"rk-
Attorney for Plaintiff
C/KM7-24 7/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of 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 I'ade
County, Florida.
MARTIN POLK, Owner.
OSCAR RAPPAPORT. Attorney
516 Seybold Building
6/10-17-24 7/1____________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Little Doll House Beauty Salon at
6789 S. W. 8th Street. Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
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 aald name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
_ HATTIE ALENIER
/-lQ-17-l 7/1 y


9S BHrajB fW^ffllMlIt
PAOEiiJ!li
Osheroff To Attend
m Convention
'osheroff of Miami Beach,
JSent of the Southern Region
S intercolle^ate Zionist Fed-
Si Ssent the region at the organ-
Sffi national convention in
Ej.H Ohio this week.
CS& -ho has been active
. Zionist circles in Miami and
LoSviUe. was recently named
*2Ei nf IZFA's Southern Re-
rteecfcd to the national
J^ve cUit.ee He will1 also
"1 as director of the IZFA
S to be held in Henderson-
X V C at the site of Brandeis
5 in late August and early
September. Earlier he helped or-
gize the Zionist group at the
&ity of Florida and as
membership and expansion chair-
man was instrumental in estao-
lahing several other chapters
throughout the South. The son
o(Mr and Mrs. Al Osheroff, 2485
Meridian Ave., Miami Beach, he
was also editor of the first re-
cowl paper.
Numbering some ten thousand
college students within its ranks,
IZFA through its chalutz aim,
Haoleh, has several hundred stu-
dents preparing for life in Lrael
in various professional and tech-
nical occupations.
IZFA's Southern Region is com-
prised of sixteen chapters in
Florida, Georgia. South Carolina,
North Carolina, Tennessee, Ala-
bama, Louisu.nna and Mississip-
pi, with a membership of over
) student Zionists.
+AnMntrirtM
Stan Lampert has appeared on
the N.Y.U. track scene just as the
summer seasor. starts. The big
Mow from Brooklyn has given
r.u basketball and as a result his
(hot putting has improved to the
extent that he is considered a
likely choice to cop honors in his
| speciality at the NCAA track and
field championships in Los An-
geles this weekend. Stan set a
new Met AAU record last week
when he tossed the 16-pound ball
56feet 6 ar.d three-quarter inches.
Not a small feat when we con-
sider that onlv three men have
done better in the all-time his-
| tory of the event.
Emil Von Ell.ng. ancient Violet
tack mentor, feels that his
MVfe is capable of tossing the
Mil 58 feet. This is an amazing
thought since Lampert couldn't
| at 54 feet a month ago.
Ira KaplarM a mate of Lam-
Mfts, is corr.ir.g very fast in the
Mpnnts and showed his mettle in
P Met AAU by taking Crom-
2 \n,d ,Care>' in the 220 yard
n He looms as one of the top
Jinters in the nation who
mm reach his peak by the time
I next Olympics roll along.

UK? thc Giants feel that
ah,?rtLeId.ma!? cannot nelP them
12 d"P'te their pitching prob-
'^arr-v. > York
PAGE ELEVEN
Photographers to Speak
To Emma Lazarus Unit
A talk on amateur pl.otogiaphy
by David Moldan and Hal Kaye
will be featured at the next reg-
ular meeting of the Emma La-
zarus Chapter, Business ar.d Pro-
fessional Women, B'nai B'nth,
Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the Miami
Beach Y.
Moldan and Kaye will demon-
strate how to make good amateur
snapshots and will exhibit sam-
ples of good and bad photography.
The speakers are graduates of the
Modern School of Photography in
New York City and have profes-
sional studios in Miami Beach.
Dorothy Rader, president of the
group, has planned the program
with the assistance of Estelle
Rubin
Pictured at the installation ceremonies of Miami Beach Business and Professional Division of
Hadassah held recently at the Miami Beach Y are: (L to r.) Florence Mintzer, treasurer; Harriet Klein,
financial secretary; Frances Lebon, second vice president; Bea Cypress, corresponding secretary; Jean
Berman. recording secretary; Mrs. Alexander Kogan, installing officer; Lillian Goodman, president;
Marguerite Marx, mistress of ceremonies; Mrs. Irving Schrwan. guest speaker; Dorothy Parker, first
?ice president. Mrs. Kogan supervised the decorations.
Jewish Radio Program
Concludes Tree Drive
The Jewish Musical Hour, un-
dei the direction oi Jacob Schach-
ter, heard over station WTTT on
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
of each week at 1 p.m. and on
Sunday at 10 a.m., concludes its
drive on behalf of the "Plant a
Tree in Israel" division of the
Jewish National Fund, or. Sunday
with an address by Rabbi Irving
Lehrman of Miami Beach Jewish
Center and Norman R. Lyons, Mi-
ami attorney.
eral good pitching years left in
his arm. However, a siege of
lung trouble a few years back has
evidently weakened the twirler
so that his once fast ball has lost
a lot of its swift.
Rabbi Raab At Conclave Blustein Unveiling
Rabbi David Raab, spiritual
leader of Tempie isaiah, the Re-
The unveiling oi a monument
to the memory of the late Mrs.
N.Y.U. seems to be moving
along in its campaign to sway
hoop stars away from other col-
leges. The latest to be bitten by
the transfer to N.Y.U. basketball
movement is Al Roth, star City I rabbi's father is leaving for Israel
College freshman who is asking 10n June 28.
for his transcript in order to move---------------------------------------------
over to the Violet lair. Roth is
being counseled by a former
Lavender star who played pro
oall last winter.
form Jewisn congregation of Mi- Pola Gelber Blustein will take
ami Beach is now attending the piace Sunday at 11 a.m. at Mt.
Central Conference of American | Nebo Cemetery Wlth Rabbi Irv.
Rabbis sixtieth cor.ver.tion being ... .
held at Bref.on Woods. New in Lehrman officiating. Mrs.
Hampshire. Rabbi Raab will also! Blustein is survived by her
spend several weeks with his! mother, Mrs. Rose Gelber; a bro-
parer.ts. Rabbi and Mrs. Solomon ther, Milton; and her husband,
Raab of Brooklyn. N. Y., before living of 2341 5.W. 16th St.
returning to Miami Beach. The
re-
eved his release from the New
Jne right after he was re-
Gables Sisterhood To
Hold Tea Wednesday
The Sisterhood of the Coral
Gables Jewish Center will hold
its second tea at the home of Mr-
Saul M. Kline, 171 Valencia Ave..
Wednesday, from 2 to 4 p.m.
Members and their guests are in-
vited to attend.
Rabbi and Mrs. Morns Skop
will be guest speakers. Mrs. Leo
Wool is in charge of the program.
Mrs. Morris Horowitz is chairman
of the tea. Assisting her will be
the Mesdames Samuel Beckmar..
Jack Salem, William Karo, Abe
W. Harris, Herbert Gelernter and
Saul Kline.
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FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 1949

Gables Religious
Unit Gets Charter
The First Jewish Congergation
of Coral Gables, which was or-
ganized in May of this year, re-
ceived its charter over the signa-
ture of Judge Stanley Milledge
of the Circuit Court last week,
according to an announcement by
Lee Platt, president.
Plans are now being formulated
by the organization to conduct a
concerted membership drive to
enlist the estimated 300 Jewish
families in the area who are not
now affiliated with a congrega-
tion. The drive is slated to end
at the time of the High Holy
Days, Platt. membership chair-
man, announces.
Arrangements are being made
to hold High Holy Day services in
a centrally located auditorium
with a prominent rabbi and can-
tor officiating.
Exploratory meetings have
been held with A. P. Gannes.
executive director of the Bureau
of Jewish Education, to discuss
the organization of a daily He-
brew school and Sunday school.
A sisterhood was recently or-
ganized. The group's first affair
was a luncheon Wednesday. More
than 75 women attended and
cards and man jong were played.
The Congregation plans early
affiliation with the United Syna-
p>fiue of America.
Meetings are held every Mon-
day evening at the Hillel House.
3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd.. Coral
Gables. Jewish residents of the
area are invited to attend and to
join in discussion of plans.
Persons desiring further in-
formation regarding the First
Jewish Congregation of Coral
Gables are requested to contact
tlie secretary. Edward Weich. at
83-15251.
Alfred Gottesmcm To Convert Flagler Street Building Into Ultramodern Cafeteria And Stores
Red Cross Swimming
Classes Still Open
It is not too late to register for
the free swimming lessons which
the Dade County Red Cross :-
making available this summer to
all boys and girls between the
ages of 6 and 8. Already over live
thousand eager swimming aspir-
ants have made application and
classes started last Monday. Ted
Bleier. volunteer Red Cross water
safety chairman, estimates that
over seven thousand Dade County
residents will be taught to swim
or improve their swimming skills
through this program.
All boys and girls completing
the course will receive a certi-
ficate showing they have learnt I
to swim. Junior life saving and
advanced swimming classes will
be held in the evening at the
Hialeah and Venetian pools. Those
interested are asked to call Red
Cross headquarters for further in-
formation and an application
blark.
Pierre Mamie
From
Paris Conservatory
3134 S.W. 21st Street
Phone 48-7247
Pictured above is the architect', drawing of how the building
at 326 East Flagler St. will look when it is converted into a
modern cafeteria and store building by Alfred Goltesman, who
recently acquired the property from the Model Land Company.
A survev which revealed the acute need for a cafeteria to
accomodale the occupants of surrounding stores and office build-
inys. as well as guests in nearby hotels, prompted Gottesman to
undertake this project.
The cafeteria will be the last word in eatery design and will
seat approximately 500 people. The cafeteria section of the build-
ing wi'l be so designed as to be conspicuous from all points on
Flagler St. and from Biscayne Blvd.
The decor throughout will be of modern design and
visual-designed facade will be featured. The entire building will
be highly illuminated with cold cathode lighting. The latest stain-
less steel kitchen equipment, table settings and counter service will
be employed and the set-up will enable the public to be served the
finest food available in an expeditious manner on a 24-hour basis.
Both stores and cafeteria will be air-conditioned throughout.
Size of the property is 100 by 140 ft. with an easement run-
ning southerly to S.E. 1st St. and another running easterly to Bis-
cayne Blvd.
Estimated cost for the renovation will run between $255,000
and $270,000. It is expected that the building will be completed
for the coming winter season. Plans are now on the boards of B.
Robert Swartburg, Miami Beach architect.
I iiikHsi/iu Opens
Law Ollit-r Hero
Martin Finkelsteir. announces
the opening of his offices for the
genera] practice of law in as-
sociation with Louie Bandel at
611 Biscayr.e Building.
A native of Philadelphia. Fin-
kelstein took r.:s pre-law work
Lewis Gets Scholarship
From Yeshiva University-
Edgar Lewis, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Max Lewis, has been grant-
ed a scholarship to attend Yeshiva
University, Rabbi Max Shapiro
and Jerome B. Gordon learned
this week.
Edgar, who is 16 and a junior at
Miami Edison Senior High School,
is a confirmand of Beth David
' Sunday School and a graduate of
I Beth David Hebrew School. Dur-
. ing the past three years he has
been a student at the Hebrew
high school conducted by the Bu-
jreau of Jewish Education, where.
! according to his teacher, Hy
j Pomerantz, he has done outstand-
ing work.
Rabbi Isaac Ever, southeastern
director of Yeshiva, was instru-
mental in securing the scholar-
ship.
at Temple University in that city.
After serving in the Army, he
entered the University of Miami
Law School and graduated from
j there on June 6. At the universi-
I ty the young man was president
< if Alpha Epsilon P: fraternity and
was active in Hillel activities.
While in Philadelphia, he was
president of Sigma Alpha Rho.
_ school fraternity, president
I Young Judaea and was active
I in the work of the Allied Jewish
Appeal.
j The your.g lawyer is now act-
ing as adv.sor to the local chap-
ter of Sigma Alpha Rho.
Are you a friend of
BILL Burbridge?
Call 58-5709 .
Import ant
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the> unilersifrned. desiring to enpapo In
business under the fictitious name of
Herman Supply Company at 174". N.E
2nd Ave, Miami. Florida, intends to
register said name with the clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
HARVET HERMAN
Sole Owner
6 24 7 1-8-15-11
You Go to Bed
10 SLEEP
-NOT TO FRET
Abrains \amod
Kingston Mgr.
Irwin Abrams has been ap-
pointed general manager of the
Kingston Hotel and Yacht Club,
according to an announcement by
Louis and Harry Miller, owners.
Abrahams has been identified in
the past seven years with a num-
ber of oceanfront hotels in this
area, including the Sovereign, At-
lantic, Surfcomber and several
others.
Abraham's plans many innova-
tions for the exclusive North
Beach hotel which boasts of one
of the largest waterfront basins
extending over 500 feet; a large,
modem swimming pool and ca-
Federation Governors
To Meet Thursday
A meeting of the board of gov-
ernors of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation will be held Thurs-
day evenlr.K ac 8 o'clock at Fed-
eration headquarters, 420 Lincoln
Road, Miami Beach, according to
an announcement by William D.
Singer, president.
bana club; and a private beach
of 175 feet ocean frontage between
66th and 67th Sts.
The Millers, also owners of the
L. & H. Construction Co., are
building the Miami Beach Audi-
torium and Convention Hall at
17th and Washington Ave.
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RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
^i Tiaiah (Raxorm). 1063
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serv
^"'^..ker will be Mr.. Anna Bren-
**2Z who recently returned
nw "gg? Her subject will be My
'rom !En. of Israel Today." A reeep-
ffSEred by the Sisterhood will
f|jfc Community Cantor
(C.tiT.). 2M0 Polk 8U
Srwood. Rabbi Max Kaufman.
?i1?f Mrthe mornlnf servlce*
'"SpSSs-tion Bath Jacob (Or-
hodox). 301-311 Washington Ava~
SflBMch. Rabbi Mo^Maa-
d* .... --ervlce at 6:45 p.m.
' ,h Snrtet at l:M a.m. Mlncha
SM*$ BjSrS* by Shalos Seudos.
fe^^SS Commun-
u. Canter (ConsarratiTa) 1701
Wuhinglon At... Miami Baach.
jUbbi Irving: Lahrman. Cantor
J.cob Y. Goldxing.
fULa ereoiPa service at 6:45. Sat-
uv t. iir.K service at 9. I>ally
rvkes u a rrT and 1:46 p.m.
"tat* R*orm). 137
jfE. 19th St Rabbi Colman A.
Zwitman: Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan.
lUbbi Emeritus.
Sabbath evening- service at S.ls.
r>r Jacob H Kaplan, rabbi emeritus.
Win officiate at services In the absence
of Rabbi Colman Zwitman who is at-
tending a rabbinical conference in
Bretton W^ods. N H
Congregation Bath David (Con-
WiaJrw). 135 N.W. Third Ara.
Rabbi Max Shapiro: Rot. Maurica
Mamchaa.
Fr .',-. evening services at i:0O. Sab-
Ulh -,-,,:. rtoaa at 8.30. Bar
lUtsvali f Louie, "on of Mr. and
\i'. ..-. P_ibin. Rabbi Shapiro and
,'', Uamchee will officiate. A re-
rlU follow in the Talmud
Torah I i '- -m
Congreganon Bath D (Ortho-
dox). 590 S.W. 17th Ava. Rahbi
Murray Grauar. Cantor Milton
Friedman.
Prida* evening services 6:30. S*b-
baih Rl mini eervtee at 8JJa^m.
*re*atlon at 10 a m Mlncha
at f. ',;..wrJ by Shak>s Seudos.
Daily religious school from J:S0 to ft
p.m. : ---vices 8 a.m. and f:30
V Tempi* Bath Sholom (Libaral).
4144 Chasa Ava.. Miami Baach.
Rabbi Leon Kzoniah; Cantor
Samuel Kelemar.
Fr. lay evening services at 4 p m.
dur.r.g summer Sabbath morning ser-
I Ices al I I!
Coral Gable* Jawiah Canxar
(Libaral).
Serv.ces disoontlnued until the fall
Israelite Center (General). 3346
S.W. 24th St.
Dally services at 7 a-m. Friday night
serrlcea at 8 p m. RefreshmenU wiu
be served immediately following the
services Saturday morning services
at a m __ ..
United Jawiah Schools. North
Campus. UniTtraitT of Miami.
Miami Hebrew School and Con
gregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W.
12th Are. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Barela Ke!emer.
Services Friday evening at
Saturday morning at 9 a.m. R i
April win apeak on the Portion of the
Law. Mlncha at 6:30 p.m. follow*
Shalos Seudos Hebrew schoi i
i. ti> 12 noon Hebrew school v
i from July 1 to August 15
rices at 7:30 p m. and 4 43 p m.
Temple Emanu-El 'Reform).
1801 S. Andrews At*.. Fort Laud-
erdale. Dr. Marius Ranson. Rabbi.
Friday evening aerrl it 8 '.
Rabbi Ranson win offl its
Congregation Keneseth Israel
(Orthodox). 432 Espanola Way.
Miami Baach.
Friday evening services at 5 10 p.m
Saturday morning services at 9 a.m.
Mlncha at 5 p.m. followed by Shalos
Seudos.
Religious Congregation. 4064
N.W. 4th St
Congregation beth Tfilah (Or-
thodox). 935 Euclid Are.. Miami
Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
orsky.
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An organization meeting of the
Young Married Couples' Club of
Beth David Congregation
held Sunday, June 12. Over 40
couplet attended.
Rabbi Max Shapiro and Je
B. G'> mport-
ance >f such a group to the com-
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temporary chairman of the 01
and M. i. Bernard Apple-
baum will serve as temp
secret
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American Investors To
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reported that Joseph Levy,
wealthy hotel owner and presi-
dent of a large clothing chain, de-
parted by plane for Israel to
supervise the construction of a
modern ling in Tel
Aviv.
Before boarding an Air F
plane. Levy told a Times report
that the building would mark the
first American sponsored pr
of its kind in Israel. Constru ti
.. lized by Levy,
suppl;. : the
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FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 1!

Conciliation Commission Meets To Study
Israeli Plan To Save Lausanne Parley
LAUSANNE, (JTA) The
United Nations Conciliation Com-
mission is now meeting to
consider a new Israeli plan to
rescue the Arab-Jewish peace
conference at Lausanne from fail-
ure. The four-point plan was out-
lined to members of the Commis-
sion earlier by Dr. Walter Eytan,
director-general of the Israeli
Foreign Ministry and head of the
Israeli delegation to the confei-
ence.
The first proposal made by Dr.
Eytan was the establishment of
five subcommittees by the Com-
mission to deal with the follow-
ing problems: 1. The internation-
alization of Jerusalem and the
Holy Places; 2. The draft of a
possible overall peace treaty; 3.
Territorial adjustments and future
frontiers; 4. Repatriation of Arab
refugees who fled Palestine dur-
ing the war; and, 5. Discussion
of economic problems affecting
Israel and its neighbors.
Continuing with his proposals.
Dr. Eytan suggested that the
Commission seek wider powers
for the Arab delegations here.
The Arab representatives have
time and again stated that they
are not authorized to discuss more
than the question of repatriating
the Palestine Arab refugees. Dr.
Eytan recommended that the
Commission use its influence at
Lausanne and in the various Arab
capitals to enlarge the scope of
the talks and the authority of
the Arab delegates.
The final suggestion put for-
ward by the Israeli delegate was
that the armistice agreements in
force between Israel and Egypt.
Transjordan and Lebanon be
made the basis for future discus-
sions. Dr. Eytan pointed out that
the armistice pacts are the only
existing basis for relations be-
tween Isruel and the Arab states,
and voiced the opinion that the
Commission had full authority to
make this move.
(The New York Times reported
last week from Paris that Mark
Ethridge, retiring chairman of the
American delegation to the Laus-
anne talks, had conferred with
Secretary of State Dean Acheson
in Paris. Mr. Ethridge, who is en
route home, will also confer with
President Truman. The Time^
said that it is understood that
Mr. Ethridge told Secretary Ache-
son that the major reason for the
stalemate at Lausanne is the in-
ability of either side to make
basic concessions.)
The initial reaction of two of
the three members of the Com-
missionHussein Yalchin ot
Turkey and Claude de Boissanger
of Franceto Dr. Eytan's plan
was negative. That of Raymond
Hare, the new American member
of the body, was said to be non-
committal. The rejection by Mr.
Yalchin and M. de Boissanger, on
the grounds that the Commission
is not yet ready to change its
methods of procedure, has sur-
prised observers here who have
Zionist Council
Changes Nannv
Elects Leaders
The Greater Miami Zionist
believed that the Commission, Emergency council will now be
bogged down at this point, would called the Zionist Council of
welcome any show of initiative. South Fiorjda. A resolution
Mr. Hare's lack of commentJs changing the name was adopted
at a recent meeting of the organ-
being interpreted as a favorable
omen. It is expected that he will
eventually throw his support be-
hind the Israeli suPestions, and
will carry along the French and
Turkish delegates.
The Arab delegations here have
filed a vigorous protest against
the Israeli occupation last week
of a demilitarized zone alongside
of Government House of Jeru-
salem. Insisting on withdrawal
from the newly-occupied posi-
tions, the Arabs have warned the
Commission against the possible
consequences of the Israeli move
on the talks here.
Louis Rabin Will
Become Bar Mitzvah
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Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rabin an-
nounce the Bar Mitzvah of their
son, Louis, to be held tomorrow
morning at 9 o'clock at Beth
David Synagogue.
Immediately following the serv-
ices, refreshments will be served
in the Talmud Torah auditorium.
On Sunday afternoon from 3
to 6 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Rabin wili
be hosts at a reception in honor
of the confirmand at the National
Hotel, 1677 Collins Ave., Miami
Beach. Sheila Zalka will keep
the guest book. Friends of the
family are invited to attend boti.
functions.
Louis is a student at Citrus
Grove Junior High School where
he is a member of the school
band.
Out-of-town guests here for the
event are: Mr. and Mrs. Manuel
Buchman, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Buchman, Mr. and Mrs. Simon
Buchman, Mr. and Mrs. Moe
Baker, Sam Buchman, Tampa;
Mr. and Mrs. David Friedlander,
Mobile, Ala.; Mr. and Mrs. Maur-
ice Finman, Pensacola; Mrs.
Philip Simon, Teaneck, N. J.;
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schemer,
Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. Lou
Bobroff, Gainesville; Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Rabin, Newberry,
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the group now includes Miami,
Miami Beach, Coral Gables, Holly-
wood and Ft. Lauderdale.
I. R. Goodman was re-elected
chairman of the council at the
meeting. Others elected were Mrs.
George M. Cohen, Abraham Good-
man, Rabbi Moses Mcscheloff,
Sidney L. Segall, Israel Shapoff
and Alfred Stone, vice chairmen;
Mrs. Joseph Carp, corresponding
secretary; Mrs. Alfred Mamlrt.
recording secretary; Dr. David S.
Andron, treasurer.
Other members of the council
are: Rabbi Simon April, Saul
Ashkonazy, Jack Burris, Leon Ell,
Rev. Isaac H. Ever, Mrs. Dorothy
Fink, Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg.
Ben Zion Ginsberg, Mrs. Louis
Glasser, Isadore Goldberg, Mrs.
Louis Golden, Mrs. Benjamin
Goldstein, Mrs. Abraham Good-
man, Miss Lillian Goodman, Dr.
Morris Goodman, Mrs. N. Hoch-
man, Mrs. Frieda Kalstein, Mrs.
Emanuel Karger, Rabbi Max
Kaufman, Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Mrs. Leo
Levin, David Liebman, Mrs. M.
Mendelsohn, Mrs. H. C. Moser,
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, Wil-
liam L. Pallot, Sam Prosterman,
Dr. Harry Queen, Rabbi David
Raab. Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky,
Dr. Marius Ranson, Miss Beverlv
Raphael, Burnett Roth, Sol M.
Sanders, Harold Shapiro, Mrs.
Harold G. Shapiro, Isadore Shap-
iro, Rabbi Max Shapiro, Mrs. Mil-
ton Sirkin, Milton Sirkin, Robert
Smallman, Hon. Harold Turk,
Mrs. M. L. Zaretsky, Rabbi Col-
man Zwitman.
Beth David Report
Luncheon Slated
First report luncheon meeting
in the campaign to complete the
Beth David Synagogue building
for the High Holidays, will take
place today at 12:30 p.m. in the
Beth David Auditorium.
Sidney Lefcourt, chairman of
the campaign, with Jacob Sher
and Harry Markowitz as associ-
ates, will report on the progress
which has been made.
Initial campaign for the new
buildings on S.W. 3rd Ave. was
launched some time ago with
Sher and Markowitz as co-
chairmen. The pledges amounted
to approximately $225,000, re-
ceived from about one hundred
and fifty members. The prsent
campaign will cover the entire
membership in order to make pos-
sible the holding of services in
the new synagogue during the
coming High Holidays.
The over-all building program
planning for the future of Miami'
calls for three buildingsthe
synagogue, the school, the social
buildingat a cost of approi-
mately $900,000. P
Mrs. Glasser To Entertain
Mrs. Louis Glasser, president of
the Greater Miami Conference of
Jewish Women's Organizations,
has invited presidents of all
groups affiliated with the confer-
ence and a few appointed chair-
Hntlw 5runc!1 A the Shelborne
Hotel today at 10 a.m.
aA ulT?- meeting will be held
at which time various projects for
the ensuing year will be discussed
Among these will be a radio pro-
gram, a seminar on the Human
Rights commission and a course
nhJr t0 .conduct board and
chapter meetings.
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Rabbinical Assembly Names Mission To Israel
The Rabbinical Assembly of America will send a minion to
Israel early in July to learn how American Jewry can contribute
toward the religious revival of the new state and to study the
religious resources Israel can offer to strengthen Jewish life in
America, it was announced by Rabbi David Aronson. Assembly
president.
Representing the Assembly on the mission will be four of the
nation's leading Conservative rabbis. They are (left to right, above)
Rabbi Ben Zion Bokser. spiritual leader of the Forest Hills Jewish
Center in New York City and chairman of the mission, and Rabbi
Maxwell Farber of Emanu-El Congregation in Philadelphia. The
other members are (left to right, below) Rabbi Ralph Simon of
Congregation Rodfei Zedek, Chicago, and Rabbi Sanders Tofield
of the Jacksonville Jewish Center in Florida.
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1949
^J^ltlh,ridHa
Eban Speak At Exercises
Of Brandeis' First Year
2000 persons
y |t the Waltham. Mass.,
of Brandeis University,
Bpus
Sunday.
June
19 at 11 a.m.
^'..nration Exercises
for
cele-
of the
of the na-
ed non-
*,i1 academic year or
S&it Jewish-sponsor
r.:.n university.
PRalph J- Bur.chc, senior di-
1 of the United Nations
EdUip Council and arbitra-
Vffl recen, deputes over
jj Element of Palestine, and
honorable Aubrey Eban rep-
S.ve of the State of Israel
PS United Nations delivered
I Imam addresses at the outdoor
KJ at the Library Triangle
rf the 100 acre campus.
The Road to PeaceThe
njjted Nations Way-'was the
I L of Dr. Bundle's address in
,lch he discussed the United
yitions as the one hope of co-
toial peoples of the world for
pa and freedom. Major Eban
tou-sed "Israel and the United
Jations."
In the annual report of the
president for the 1948-1949 aca-
demic year Dr. Abram L. Sachar
imewed all phases of Brandeis'
development in its pioneer year.
Be stressed the expansion of cur-
IxJlum and the activities of the
jadent body and faculty.
Dr. Sachar reported that the
Imiversity has received more than
111,250,000 in contributions and
[adowments from men and wom-
10 throughout the country. Out-
I landing among the gifts is the
establishment of the Max Richter
IChair of Political Science by the
Ijichter Memorial Foundation
lihich is making a trust fund in
jacess of $150,000 available in
linenory of the late New York
industrialist: the contribution of
tie Nathan Seifer Memorial Lec-
ture Hall by the family of the
late Chicagoan: and the gift of
1250.000 by Meyer Jaffe, found-
ing member of the board of trus-
tees, for the erection of a new
library.
Dr. Sachar also referred to the
recently announced appointment
of Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt to the
university's board of trustees, the
first woman to join the twelve
man governing body. Mrs. Roose-
velt has been interested in
Brandeis since its inception and
had lauded the university for its
completely democratic admissions
policy in her writings.
Bazaar Mooting
Set For Monday
Mrs. Alexander Robbins, presi-
dent of Temple Beth Sholom
Sisterhood, will be hostess at
luncheon in the Temple patio
Monday, according to an an-
nouncement by Mrs. Bess Nelson,
chairman of the sisterhood's ba-
zaar committee.
Members of the organization
and friends meet weekly from 11
a.m. to 4 p.m. to sew, knit and
work on handicrafts for the an-
nual sisterhood bazaar which will
be held in December.
Mrs. Irving Marcus and Mrs.
Louis Stoff were hostesses at the
opening of these sessions on June
6 and Mrs. Camille Baum used
the occasion on June 13 to give
the luncheon in honor of the grad-
uation of her grandson, Nelson H.
Kemp, from Ohio State Universi-
ty. On June 20 Mrs. Albert Ber-
nard was hostess.
Mrs. Jack Chutkow and Mrs.
Allen Wagner are in charge of
the sewing group and Mrs. Wil-
liam Capland is head of the metal-
craft division.
FIFTEEN
Father's Day Party
Residents of the Jewish Home
?,k Aed were feted at a
Fathers Day party Sunday at
the home.
Gifts were presented to all the
.fathers present by the Miami ami
Miami Beach auxiliaries to the
home.
Appearing
which was
Steinmai
n the program,
arranged by Leo
an, were: Mrs. Dose Dan-
zig. accompanied by Anyuta Me -
cov: Mr. R ^ ***
^Mn Rubin and Dr
Perlmutter Speaks
Julius Jay Perlmutter. president
of Temple Isaiah, was guest
speaker at a board meeting of the
Temple Sisterhood last Thursday
afternoon.
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RVi.!?ar* La,bfr Ueft)' ik President the Greater Miami B'nai
B rith Council, congratulates Donald Eanett (righl). upon his
.nstallat.on as pres.dent of the Isaac Levin Lodge. B'nai B'rith.
as Richard Gerstein. charter president of the lodge (center) looks
on. Other officers installed at a dance and banquet last week were-
first vice president. Burton Young; second vice president. Morton
Perry: treasurer. Albert J. Beer; chaplain. Richard Gerstein;
guardian. Robert Newman; warden, Harold Lieber; trustees, Isaac
Levin. Robert Levin and Dr. Maurice Serota; secretary, Martin
L. Rosen.
Wantoil
Victoria Weintraub. wife of Joe
Weintraub who lived in 1932 at
420 West Amelia Ave., Tampa,
Fla., and Nathan Weintraub, who
worked in 1930 at Rudolph's, im-
porter of diamonds, 20 East 3rd
St.. Bethlehem, Penn., are being
nought by Paul Weintraub of
Bucharest, Romania.
Abe Lakov, formerly a resi-
dent of Florida, who during 1946
and 1947 was affiliated with the
Joint Distribution Committee and
stationed in the vicinity of Frank-
furt on Maine, Germany, is being
sought by Philip Pohl, Buffalo,
N. Y.
M. Stampelman living in Flor-
ida is being sought by Liza Dush-
itz in Konstanz, Germany, born
August 23, 1916, in Wilna, a glove-
maker and corset seamstress.
Anyone able to offer informa-
tion concerning the present
whereabouts of these individuals
is asked to contact Mrs. Florence
Finkelstein, executive secretary
of the Miami Section of the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women.
Student To Go To Paris
Alan Baskin, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Benjamin Baskin, 1301 S.W.
21st Ave., will leave June 30 for
Paris, France, to attend the Uni-
versity of Paris. For the past three
years he has attended the Uni-
versity of Miami, where he has
appeared in plays and on radio
and television broadcasts. He is
a member of the Phi Epsilon Pi
fraternity. A farewell dinner will
be given in his honor tomorrow
night at the Saxony Hotel, Miami
Beach.
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FRIDAY,
Malek Appointed
Cantor By tiablN
Congregation
Joseph w. Malek recently
appointed cantor of the Coral
Gables Jewish Center for the
third consecutive year, according
to an announcement by Herbert
Gele: nte;. president.
The young cantor has served in
Over 1850 Accounts Opened First Day
At Dade Federal's Allapattah Branch
Following a successful opening tion now available to then.
i Saturday, the new Allapattah Upton has been present ta- n
on _
branch of Dade Federal Savings
and Loan Association of Miami
continues to draw citizens of the
northwest area of Miami. The
more than 1850 new savings ac-
counts that were opened at the
branch office on its first day of
business was followed by more
than 530 on its second day.
Located in the heart of Alla-
pattah at 1594 N.W. 3Wh St., Dade
Federal's new branch has definite-
ly proved that convenient accessi-
bility is of great importance to
| suburban communities that sur-
: round every large city, Joseph
: M. Lipton, president, said. To
serve the people today as they
want to be served, it is necessary
to take the services you have to
offer "out to the people." Dade
Federal, in establishing its new
brencfa in Allapattah. he said, has
done just that and t.-.e ifc.-por.se
day at the branch office to gr t
the many new friends and the
thrifty folks who stood in line
for hours to place their saving
where it would be safe and handy
for them. Lipton said, 'Though
people aren't spending as mum
as they used to, they still know
how to save when they think it's
time. That is the true picture of
our current let down in buying.
It doesn't necessarily mean that
the money sounft is drying up
It merely means' that people are
wearv of paying high prices io:
things that cost a lot less in the
years prior to the war. If they
could be sold for less then, they
see no reason why it can't come
back to a sensible level again.
But as long as they continue to
pay high prices without com-
plaint, they get high prices. The
last few months the people have
the people in the northwest j b^ piaVing a waiting strategy,
section has justified tne estab-1 and jt works. They will continue
IiBhment of the savings mstitu- t0 w,yt ionger until costs level
tion hi their area |ott wrlere they think they should
Residents and business organ- *. Ther. the rr.onev thev have
located savings instiu-1 reSults achieved by
a; b Nee York and Michigan I r ***jm.*^o
n: of fc highly ac-' ,.?*" Sw-:.o.Ershjps to Camp Tel-
: --: ucah in Hespsiead, New monlhs time_ wh on our seCund
Camp Scholarships
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T: t pussesso: oL a highly a
ciarmec tencc voice Malek started
his ci.rjtor.iii. careca
apt m a singer in
,.-: ta:
gtlldjeC
gical sip:
- anto Maier. will serve with
RaOh. Mom vm wiL takt
over ba out:- pirttual leaae:
u: the rongr-egatioi or. Septem-
his b; I
office on its opening day. Lipton
said. '1 look back 15 years to the
opening of our first office and
wonder why we thought we were
doing so well to open 175 new
I savings accounts in two or three
^J^S-jTtJS"WWIS? t tne Aiiapattoh branch wt
tta ebon DJ ^.^.^Dalton Becker, son of I :e than twelve hours, and en the
: Jaeepl Rosenblatt Ht also J*;; **: E-Alien Becker, and first dav welL 1850 must ...
. at a crthei :amou* litur- ~t J?Lle & atu?JleT oi Mr Iso-r.e kind of a record. Even .'. il
anc Mrs Gilbert Goldman.
Fiagier-Granaac Bowlers
Hoid Buiie: Supper
: v ..:.. .-. ..put ii" tin
-' ..:..:.. ."-. .. : J enter
nek i bu::r: suppe: Su:i-i> evt-
Dovermax At tnal tune
tropta ewardec t( th< :..cr
:.: :...-.. v ttamf vert
i.: : ::. :np captains
I.ugent Marcs. Herman *iectec L on i number oi ap-
Ma: Shi nberg Miltor. piicanti a.' "tnt s.-y an; girl snow-
W
Da Charlotte
Dartor. u: Cnarkittt whi were
doesn't, we are mighty proud of
the reception we got from
fine people in the northwest area
And. for our part we will cer-
tainly g.ve therr. the best possible
service at all times."
Open house at the Allapattah
branch will continue through tbil
week and possibly or. to July 1.
Free souvenirs will be available
to all visitors, and the free pen
and pencil gift set wil go to every-
one who opens a new savings ac-
count during the balance of this
, mom:.
inf greatesi promisi ol leaaership
v.L spent lour weeks a;
I eiamar an^
.-.;.:.
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-.- member wtshnu t-'1|nt:am.r'
. oev sunune: vhnp -:' achnlanituiM wen made
gm u askec repor n thi vaTi':"i through tne Beth
Ph Tjes::i- eve- =>-*iaioni Scnoiarsh:; Fun; whicl
: mg ick WM estahnshet by S A Good-
-. : :. v .ni naan anc Harn Kor.r. members
. --.-. wiL :. discussed a: the J~i r''-pK'U; school board
next meetmg ti :.t Senmp or. tn sch.-uarsn.p
i thi : ra Sable Womai i BWar conmmee, nesiaes Good-
na "; ....... r i... ~L: '<' Kohr.. art Mrs Leon ."
: i. v-.l all b : on> r N1"' 3eSBlf Nelson Mrs Hy-
e at all-day pic- u siate- n"-: banian, Ran:.. Ijeor. Kronish
: rlan.mr.ci." un: ?.,-:inP> J Grn^erg p-
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Marcie Liberman?
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Richard To Speak
Mfilvu Richard wJI speak at
thi luncheox clut meeting ol -.-;
Sholerr. Lodge of B'nai B'ritr to-
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