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The Jewish Floridian ( July 1, 1949 )

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.^vifeltUEIIiDipidPiguFi Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY VOLUME 22—Number 26 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JULY 1. 1949 PRICE TEN CENTS Lausanne Peace Meet Adjourns Two Weeks %  TSANNE, (JTA) — The M Nations Conciliation ComBn for Palestine this week Bleed that it would adjourn %  u-ab-Israeli peace parley S ihewtrom July l to July 18. The libers of the commission will lain here during the recess, but tn-ad I and four Arab delegapvill return to their respeckpitals for discussions and Instructions. commission's official stateas as follows: "The Palesnciliation Commission has after consultations with the Bab and Israeli delegations to B its next meeting beginning BB at Lausanne. The comHl plans, however, to hold Bparate meetings with the Bknd Israeli delegations beBjhis short interruption, phile, the committees creatthe commission will conJunctioning on the basis of which have been subIfor consideration." ""^ %  commission met with the Htor three hours earlier be%  Suing its statement. It is Hood that the U.N. body B> meet the Israelis next .-. % %  vvkBjr the last time prior to Bterruption." It will meet the Bjbs from Egvpt, Syria, LeMBnd Transjordan later. The %  of these meetings will Bsk the delegates to get i:f I instructions from their Blents on two main issues r.-'-Bes and territory. Hsraelis will be asked to %  Bleu position in more specS ps on the subject of the -*f B The Arabs will be reu' sr. %  to state specifically how Irabs each country Is preBD accept for resettlement. Bimission, it appears, has Tlon from Washington and B/ which indicates that the •exchange of views beBsraeli and United States Bjtatives was designed to B Israel's definitive policy gai Kg the refugees. AivBinresolved is the major j irii;Bu problem. United States olicy %  •till urging Israel to give TritoVbl compensation for holdi^ gkto Western Galilee. The iio'-'Wi view i^ that any terriirial compensation is acceptable, at mBjler to appease the Arabs id the British, concessions in %  Negev would be advisable, he latest Arab proposal made in lis connection is held here to %  fleet the British views—and so the Americans-as to the nal itrritorial settlement. vided between Transjordan and Egypt. The region west of it (including the Gaza coastal strip, with several hundred thousand Arab residents and refugees) would go to Israel. Surrender of the Gaza strip to Israel has not yet been mentioned openly by the Arabs, but Egypt and Transjordan have been saying that they would gladly give up the strip if the Negev partition as proposed by them is accepted by Israel. Raymond Hare, U.S. representative on the commission, will return to Washington this week and it is not expected here that he will return to Lausanne. It is believed that President Truman will nominate a new representative for the commission. Rabbinical Assembly Opposes Priority For Israel; Stresses U.1 Spiritual Needs KIAMESHA LAKE, N. Y., cated to the organic view of Juda(JTA)—In a resolution adopted j ism" was advocated by Dr. Robert at the concluding session of the 49th annual convention of the Rabbinical Assembly of America here this week, unanimous endorsement was given to current efforts to support Jewish life in Israel. The resolution added, however, that "the needs of our own community must not be tabled at this crucial moment." The resolution said: "We cannot approve of giving that priority to one Jewish need which would give a secondary place to the religious and cultural upbuilding of American Judaism." The assembly warned Jews in this country that they risk "irreparable damage to our survival as a community unless they provide a fuller measure of support for religious and cultural institutions." The 200 Conservative rabbis attending the convention pledged their aid in reaching the national goal of $1,972,000 in next fall's campaign in behalf of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, the United Syngogue of America and the Rabbinical Assembly. Rabbi David Aronson, of Minneapolis, was reelected president of the assembly. A new concept of organized Jewish life in America centering on "a voluntary community dediIsrael Takes Arab Threats Seriously TEL AVIV, (JTA) — Arab threats to renew the war against Israel are being considered seriously by Israeli authorities, it was learned here. Official circles asserted this week that the Arab threats "are not empty" because they are accompanied by military preparations. This activity can only be halted by a peace agreement, and not by pressure on Israel, these same circles insist. Israeli Army Day will be celebrated on the anniversary of Theodor HerzPs death—July 17— a military high command announcement said this week Military parades will be held in Jerurecord in opposition to "Federal or state aid to educational institutions maintained by religious groups, Jewish or Christian." The action was taken following the Hungarians Quit Israeli Communist Party TEL AVIV, (JTA)—The Hungarian section of the Israeli Communist Party, one of the largest groups in the movement, withdrew from the party in protest against the conviction in Budapest last week of Hungarian Zionist leaders charged with aiding Reform Rabbis Ask For Inclusion Of Jerusalem In Jewish State report of its Committee on Church ind State, headed by Dr. Joseph L. Fink of Buffalo. Dr. Fink said BRETTON WOODS, N. H., (JTA)—The inclusion of Jerusalem within the boundaries of Israel was asked by the Centra) Conference of American Rabbis in a resolution adopted this week following the report of its Commission on Justice and Peace to its 60th anniversary convention. The Reform rabbis urged that "Jerusalem should be incorporated with the boundaries of Israel where it belongs by virtue of history and population." They rejected the suggestion of some that Jerusalem be internationalized and expressed confidence that under an Israeli administration the "Holy Places will enjoy peace and security." The conference also went on salem, Tel Aviv and Haifa. The celebration will honor the memory of those who fell in battle last year. Gordis. The main features of the platform which Rabbi Gordis outlined called for recognition of unity among Jews throughout the world, "Jewish religion as the heart of Jewish expression," and Israel as the source of creativity to enrich the lives of Jews everywhere. that the problem of separation if church and state "is growing in vehemence as well as in interest. There are signs that the people of America are becoming increasingly aware of the far-reaching implications of the issue." The report expressed "absolute devotion to the principle of religious freedom in America and an unreachable wall of separation between church and state." In the annual conference lecture, Rabbi Abram M. Granison of New York, assistant to the president of the Jewish Institute of Religion, attacked both the National Conference of Christians and Jews and the Council of Judaism, declaring that Jewish support of both of them is an evidence of Jewish group inferiority complex. Rabbi Granison said that Jewish dignity should demand "something more from the good will movement than the make-believe brotherhood, at which Jews rub elbows with Christians at round-tables under the auspices of the national conference of several Christians and a few Jews—just to some sweet nothings in the form of pious and inocuous platitudes." illegal mass migration of Jews to In the annual conference serIsrael. This is the second split in mon, delivered by Dr. Bernhard the Israel Communist ranks in JBamberger of New York, it was the last five months, 25 members having been expelled earlier for "nationalist deviations." Israel Will Not Resume War With Arabs, Even In Territorial Dispute, Official Says Perons Honored By Jewish Group BUENOS AIRES. (JTA)—ArArarTKesrne" argue "that the'gentin e President Juan Peron, i fmm EM Auia nn the FovnMrs. Peron and other high ofSSie**h£ugk"Sersheba ctab of the government were Brtron is the traditional 8ests of honor at • reception arTEL AVIV, (JTA)—Israel will not resume the war against the Arabs even over a territorial dispute, Premier David Ben Gurion declared at Ramat Hakovesh this week. At the same time, he warned that the Arabs may re1S link between Egypt and and other Arab Tfce Arabs propose that the bn partitioned, with the iba-El Auja road and the aq oi ii jo Iseo uoiSaj Appoints %  Mreetor NEW YORK. (JTA)—The apointmenlf of Stanley Abramotch %  • •ran Joint Distribution ( i I welfare worker in urope, I the J.D.C.'s first diKran was announced %  ty Moses A. Leavitt, ^Bce chairman of the committee. Mr AJmmovitch, a British cit., -.-iit^Eume his new duties hen Kapital of Iran, within bee 1945 he has superj 1) i"l relief, resettlement %  uction operations in half of %  wish displaced perLhi %  forenwald and WindDP Kips in Germany. In Mr %  bramovitch .will inI expand programs of lical -ii' %  e ducation and genI among the 90,000 Bromen and children ivin Mk country. ranged here this week by the Organization Israelita Argentina for Pablo Manguel, newly-appointed Argentine Minister to Israel. Mr. Manguel is expected to leave for Tel Aviv within a few months to take up his new duties. President Peron, speaking at the gathering said: "I feel a deep fondness and great respect towards Israel." Lauding Argentine Jews for their honesty and diligence, Peron voiced the hope that Manguel would become the bridge between Argentina and Israel and that he would aid Israel and ask for Israel's aid if necessary. Peron concluded his remarks with the toast, "Long Live Israel!" Madame Peron declared that the appointment of a Jew as Argentine Minister to the new state proved that Peron repudiates racism. Responding, the new Minister asserted that the Jewish state "repealed David's deed in defeating Goliath." All major Jewish groups participated in the reception and several Jewish leaders including the president of the DAIA, central representative Jewish body in Argentine, expressed the thanks of Argentine Jewry to Peron. Tel Aviv Gets $81,000,000 Loan To Improve Port TEL AVIV, (JTA)—The city of Tel Aviv has received a loan of 27,000,000 pounds (approximately $81,000,000) from undisclosed sources for the conversion of its port to a deep water harbor, it was revealed here by Meyer Israel Rokach. Mr. Rokach made the announcement when he presented his annual budget to the municipal council. The Jewish Agency is unable to cope with the many health problems arising as a result of the large immigration movement, Health Minister Moshe Shapira this week told the Knesset. He described conditions in the crowded transient camps as "hygienically dangerous." Declaring that nurses are badly needed by government hospitals at this time, the Minister issued a call for volunteers. Mr. Shapira disclosed that the government added 500 beds to various hospitals last month, bringing the total under its supervision to 1,300 as contrasted witir the 400 which it took over at the end of the Manatory's regime. Premier David Ben Gurion and Daniel Frisch, newly elected president of the Zionist Organization of America, met for two hours this week. They discussed cultural, economic and philanthropic ties between American Jewry and the Jews of Israel. The Premier stressed Israel's need for investment capital as well as its need for American "know-how." After the interview, Mr. Frisch told newsmen that the Premier is a "man of destiny." He also revealed that he will advocate the extension of Marshall Plan aid to Israel when he returns home. open the war which, he said, would be more severe this time than last. The Transjordan Arab Legion has begun training thousands of Arab youth for early resumption of the hostilities against Israel, it was reported here. Further evidences of Transjordan's hostile intent were the construction of pillboxes along the Israeli-Transjordan border and spot announcements over the Transjordan-controlled Ramallah radio repeating the slogan: "Guard Your Guns!" This slogan was coined by John Glubb Pasha, British-born former commander of the Arab Legion, who recently warned villagers not to sell arms to "foreigners who might infiltrate Arab territory." Also reported was a decision by a conference of Arab Palestine leaders near Ramallah to conscript Palestine Arabs between the ages of 18 and 45 into a "Palestine Defense Corps. Other decisions of the conference include placing strong armed forces along the Israeli border, distributing arms to villages and swearing unfaltering allegiance to King Abdullah "who has graciously promised to support the Palestine Arab movement." Meanwhile, the mixed Israeli-* pointed out that Judaism is more than "a valuable phase of Jewish national culture, that it has a prophetic message of the universal good to all mankind." Israel-Transjordan Commission Meets JERUSALEM, (JTA)—The Israeli-Transjordan mixed armistice commission met here for six hours this week, but United Nations and Jewish sources refused to disclose the subject of discussion. An Arab commission had discussed an agreement covering the demilitarized agrea near Government House and particularly the status of civilians in that area. Israeli Foreign Minister Moshe Snarett came to Jerusalem and conferred for several hours with Brig. Gen. William E. Riley, U N chief of staff. It was understood that they talked about the situation of Jerusalem and the work of the mixed commission. The Arab radio in Ramallah said the commission reached a general agreement which left open only these points: the duration of the compact and the exact demarkation lines limiting civilian movement. Meanwhile, Israeli Army and police forces carried out a combined search operation of the Abu Gosh village, near Jerusalem. They were hunting Arab infiltrees from nearby Transjordan held areas. American Israeli Line Acquires Ships From U.S. TEL AVIV, (JTA)—The Zim Transjordan United Nations arm-]shipping company will soon add istice commission met this week. %  two ships to the American Israeli line with a tonnage of 10,500 each, a director of the Zim conBrig. Gen. William E. Riley, as sistant to Palestine mediator Dr. Ralph J. Bunche, repeated his demand that armed forces of both sides in the Jerusalem area be reduced. JWB Meet Called To Review Service Program ATLANTA, (JTA)—Members of the National Jewish Welfare Board's armed services committees in Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Mississippi, North Carolina South Carolina and Tennessee are scheduled to attend a two-day meeting here this week to review the present activities of the local groups in behalf of Jewish members of the armed forces, it was cern announced here. By agreement with the United States Maritime Commission, through which the ships are being acquired, the new vessels will carry 50 percent United States loan goods for the next two or three years. The price for carrying loan goods will be ten percent of cargo vaue. Zim is negotiating for the acquisition of three freighters for the Mediterranean line, one of which would carrv fruit. Negotiations are also under wav for a passenger and freight carrier. A total of six to seven dollars from the Export-Import Bank loan will be spent for shipping. In the next three years it announced by Gen. Eugene Oberis expected that enough'trained seamen v the fleet S' w -.KEWHWWM



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m^jditkrHbfL PAGE TWO FBDAY. JULY i J Beach Lodge Rally Set For Monday Nite •_ %  TLodge 'th July ,-,t 8:15 Park. A pro) %  • • l "' 1 r hn fi al n d, K Newman, %  %  • | p %  .1.1 a • faith %  •. b v P : %  %  % %  I. Mil roup ented %  0 • hi %  :. :: d liv %  %  the i .'.'i r ganiza itj XI > • • | ibhc Com I • merits Wal j • %  .-: %  ; %  Z %  mil k R Miamians Attend Ft. Pierce Installation %  : %  .:. %  %  : %  %  % %  %  I : %  tion the M l I he in. .. .. ].-, %  %  f Had • : June 29 at the 1 I Inn, the pal ad i A i Mi Mill n %  '• %  ;:' M K I .".Ij.'iini | B %  G H %  Mi Bai W repn • Ctffici nstalled en Mi Hubert P nt Mi I i p i idi tii Mi n .'dini; ecretj M Bei D iki cor:•;,•.' • Mrs. Izzyj tn Ml Max Shainfi %  %  fini r.cia] se< retai y. Then an 25 I of Hawith a com bined %  • mbi i p oi 3 461 ac%  din) Mi Gn i an, who is ed continui ;, tour of tl i late hapti %  Kovnor. Gcncr.,1 Cha.rman Godtrey K. N. ukcmick. The program will start at 8.15 p.m. tcr Z_.. inviiod to attend. nd the public is Sisterhood To Conduct Sewing Session Tuesday \> ic to the Fourth -.1 July holi day, thi i M aftei %  m on cwu ts and craft! % %  ion of thi H ti :. %  ood \ T< mpie Beth Sholom will be hold this on 'I II di %  Julj S .ii the 'I emplt I i ording i(. an anno mi i n I bj Mi Alexandi i Ro I in pn ident. Hosti %  [or thi vi i|;'s luncheon will bi I i Mi : %  : Louis J. Kn :.. ,'.-. En anuel Goldstrich. Morri Bi I %  .:.,, Uii II. Iluhiiimvif/. \|i|ioi8il k l lilt 1 on ill i liairniaii David Rabinowitz, active f< fouiti en yi HI in yi nth In •> %  %  in Philadelphia ai d fo imn M ,ii in Gu atoi M ami, as been appointed Florida State B'nai B'nl Youth ch; rn an, Dr. Mi tthew Drosdoff. pres lent I the State Federal l!'i ith Lodgi s, has I; ; mow .!. :. ughl dra community c oups in I,I i 1930 and as directed .i radio pi %  Miami called "Tei:..g<..Spci k." He is now assist ing thi 11reel the Youth Round V ( nter, an organization servii g 9.1 00 and girls in the G ati an a As hai State Youth I' ordinate livities for youth betweei th< ages %  : 14 IK. emphasizing religious, athlel sei vice projei ts. Rabinowitz is ., ... : ber "i si,.,I,:: : Bnai B'r:i llnlibi Attend* Meeting* In %  .• Ii,, M s Mescheloff re• K from New York c r( Mented Greater Mi,.,„ a | i : umbi r of meetings of ,, religioiu organizations. \ delei ite of B* local MizR abbi Mefcheloff at... ,nal org;.nization s H itel Astor com' f.:-t nnniver-ary rabbi c.scussed the local unit and coming year with M. l,lum national exdircctoi of Mizrachi. I, M, heloff also helped to te | lans for a dramatic re.„!,. which were ipecjal meeting of board of tn Rabuncil of America. Pwr, ,,! t cavalcade, which will „ lVe | to the smallest and most j (immunities ir. the fall, is to bring a re• • aditional Judaism into i i. nRabbi Mescheloff n the Southeastern '" ir re *' on .. ling of the Rabbinical '. • nal Kashruth Com• bi Mescheloff parstudy of new pro• ndorsement of ... r lU n • e Union of OrCongregations of a He also worked on the n %  %  community ritual n under the aegis of I the Rabbinical i | in the various cities. Mi I ff, who has ul ve director of i B< Jai Vaad Hakashruth. ccept applicalocal food concerns for ement and insignia of thi Nati mal Kashruth Commisting to the acceptability of food ce with Jew* requirements. Gables Women To Sponsor Boat Ride iood "^itic span*),, Wi k The newly org., s of the First Jewish Co of Coral Gables boat ride on Sa July 9. at 8 30 Seven Seas Entertainment .,... v %  nd refreshmeltt ,.: ^^ Anyone w: th formation or re./ to call the Men uZ r W trude Welch at •_ %  ; **" v *' The Sisterh L. U meeting Wedr,. r^ !" the home of Mn Ruth W 3880 N.W. 2nd St *** The women's cr P j, CO0M ^ ing with th, rg Sgt in conducting a e ^dS bersr.ip drive to ,-r.:..t the JnS families in the area who in M now^affihated ,, Jg All women interested is fcc*. ing members are r^uestfd L contact Mrs. \V. Lift Inaunnc* Eitatai Authofil.tiv.ly Proflr. mmNAT G ANS Matropolitan Lift int. C •07 Biacayne B da Ph. li| 0 r i.tNi Saa or phona mi for -,j. LIFE INSURANCE HEED! Hebrew Teachers Give Party For Louis Gadon The Hii"v. "\ -. hers A.tion I, ndcred a farewi U pai' I its In. t VICI president Gadon, who l< ft I in [si." I Tu. day. I> l-'i ii dman, p • si 1. nt i thi organizatioi sti n io Gadon on bel all f the and presi ti I gift


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%  UDAY, JULY 1, 1949 -Jenlstncrldllari PAGE THREE Morton Smith Receives Brandeis Scholarship ;• Morton Smith, 18 year old graduate nf Miami Beach High, has sn awarded a scholarship to the .Stone Graduates From Harvard Richard B. Stone, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Stone of 2050 North Bay Road, Miami Beach, "Between You and Me By BORIS SMOLAR (Copyright, 1948, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) 3 .• Brandeis Camp Institute of the South in Hendersonville, N. C. I Morton, who is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Rosenstein, 1401 Alton Road, Miami Beach, recently took first place in the Kiwanissponsored state oratory contest ip Pensacola and came in fourth in the national contest in Washington, D. C He was a member of the state championship debate team of Miami Beach High. The team captured third place in the Southern Association tournament In Waco, Texas. -In addition to his oratorical and forensic abilities, Morton has Shown an aptitude for writing and an intense interest in sports, having served as sports editor of the school paper and manager of the basketball team. fThe young man served as vice K 'sident of the junior class at ami Beach High, is past presiSnt of AZA and a youth leader Miami Beach Jewish Center. He plans to enter the University Of Florida in September. R. F. Jonas Opens Law Office Here Royal Flagg Jonas announces the opening of offices for the general practice of law in association with Harry Gordon at received his Bachelor of Arts degree cum laude from Harvard University last week. His thesis at Harvard was on "The Past, Present and Future of the City of Miami Beach from the Viewpoint of the Economist." A graduate of Miami Beach High, he was a member of the varsity swimming team, Harvard Debate Council, Hillel, the Zionist group and organized the Kirkland Variety Club. Stone will be associated with the New England Business Council and will do consumer business research for a year before entering law school. Weinstein Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Frank Weinstein, formerly of 2368 S.W. 16th Terr., will take place Sunday at 1 p.m. in Mt. Sinai Cemetery with Rabbi Murray Grauer officiating. Mr. Weinstein was vice president of Beth El Congregation, a member of the Pittsburgh Club, the Golden Age Club, B. P. O. E., and was active in various communal affairs. Relatives and friends are asked to attend. 20 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Jonas, who is a veteran of five ears in the Navy, attended the University of Alabama and re eived his law degree from the fniversity of Miami last month. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. ed Jonas. Prosterman To Speak Samuel Prosterman, honorary president of the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami, will speak in Yiddish on "The Importance of the JNF in the State of Israel Today" Sunday at 12:30 p.m. on M. Nasatir's Jewish Musical Hour over station WINZ. Prosterman is one of the founders of the JNF Council, which now has 32 Zionist groups affiliated with it to aid in its program. WASHINGTON TRENDS: Very important changes will soon be made in the Middle Eastern section of the State Department There will be a switch in top officials And the kind of a switch from which Israeli interests may suffer The anti-Israeli forces in the State Department will gain tremendously in power as a result of the proposed changes in personnel Even at present these forces have the upper hand inasmuch as the State Department is pressuring Israel on the questions of admitting Arab refugees and territorial changes ... It is believed that President Chaim Weizmann will soon make the position of Israel on these matters clear to President Truman ... It is known that the Israeli President is now considering sending a letter to Truman with a view to bringing to his attention the situation as it actually is Meanwhile, anti-Israeli forces in Washington are trying their utmost to block further remittances to Israel from the $100,000,000 credit granted the Jewish State by the ExportImport Bank They want to use this as a "stick" against Israel in order to have the Israeli government submit to State Department pressure DIPLOMATIC MOODS: Those who originally believed that Truman is not fully aware of the pressure which the State Department is now using on Israel are beginning to change their minds Evidence is piling up to prove that the State Department is not acting without Truman's knowledge ... It is pointed out that Truman more than a year ago ordered the State Department to take no important action toward Israel without his specific approval And the fact that he has not cracked down on State Department officials who have been making strong statements recently with regard to Israel is not a simple matter Higher officials admit that with Jewish immigrants pouring into Israel, and with considerable opposition within the country to the U.S. demands, it is not easy for Israeli Premier Ben Gurion to submit to these demands Nevertheless, it is now known that the secret note which the State Department sent to Israel through the U.S. Ambassador in Tel Aviv was so sharply worded that the Ambassador was hesitant as to whether he should deliver it DOMESTIC PLOBLEMS: How do mixed marriages fare in the United States? ... A study recently made in an unnamed city among several hundred intermarried families provided inteiesting results ... It showed that few homes were completely broken by religious differences, but "in numerous families the tension continues to be acute, even after twenty years of marriage" ... In 80 percent of the cases involving a Jewish partner, the husband was the Jew and did not attend synagogue ... In interfaith marriages between Protestants and Catholics both parties continued going to separate churches or one spouse joined the other's church ... Dr. Murray H. Leiffer, professor of sociology, who conducted the survey, came to the conclusion that interfaith marriages "have unfortunate results" for organized religion ... He established that often both hubsands and wives drop their earlier allegiance, and when they do persist in it, there is confusion for the children and perhaps conflict in the home. IN THE MAIL Of Service The Jewish Floridian Miami, Florida We know that you will be interested to hear that thanks to your article in The Floridian, we have located Abe Laskov, for whom search was advertised in your paper. We assure you of our appreciation at all times. Mrs. Florence Finkelstein Executive Secretary, National Council of Jewish Women. SoTTtethiaq ...aTiuiditlOTi Israel Newsreel To Be Feature At Gables Meet "A 1949 Newsreel of Israel" will be the theme of the Coral Gables Lodge B'nai B'rith meeting Tuesday at 8:15 p.m. at Hillel House, 3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables. According to Dr. Leonard Glickstein, program chairmaa, film strips will be shown entitled: "Industries of Israel," "Planning for Peace," "Cities— Old and New" and "A Culture Reborn." Jerome Adelman will preside and refreshments will be served following the program. 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f-AGE fOCB Pje*l$tnuMM HUDAY rjiy 1.1^ EDITORIAL Thirty Yearn Jacob Landcra the founder and director of tho .'-*_.-. Telegraphic Agency, one* wid that all he bad irbcn be narted the organiaertton was a good v/e pound* Yet H is doubtful that Mr. j -va --.v.-. of rinon and a Zionist from youth ever dreamt that the thirtieth of the irorld l outstanding Jev/ish Id be '--.-.'--.-.rated in an inde*aea ana .:%  : %  ;. \ r..x 80717 DAW* -•*•-.-..ire pendent v.-; lenrereign Jewish s *."<: .'.-. the three decade* of .: (be v.":'.:':'.',: %  : of tho oraa:..z'.".on, off.*.. •:.-.'.::. •.-.*.....**;';.. •.r'-ss O'.'i th'•3 existence the JTA ha* o--.-e*: fame throughout the world both a* an rumerr! foi the iti**trrrtinnrlfrn of Jev/ish news end a* a link between the Jewries in all countries. -','.•>./..-. statehood a reality, it was only narural for the organization to become a bridge be %  .*. >..*-;*;. *-.-.*• \-.e countries outside of the '.H".>.:. stale .'• was out of recognition of thi* fact, a* well a* thai Israeli Israeli CJtize.*..*/ o.r.eo .-;-.• v/eek in honoring t:.'.'7A -•.-.*; •.-.*: man who has founded it an*! be< n %  tand.r.o" v .•-. .-.*.•.-.-. for '.*..**:': deoades. Much was said ;.-. praise of the JTA at the dinner tendered to Mr Landau at Tel Aviv. President < %  <*:.z.r.*;.-..'. said the achievements of the agency were worthy of special attention. Premier Dark! Be.-. Gurfon noted that, with Jev/ish statehood, the ,*7A v/o-s facing a .-.'.-// and important '.-;/.*.7>e '.:-.: %  :•;'.. A.-.-..-.•;:.-.-.-;-,: to Washington, .-.. ah Ekrth called the agency a bridge between Israel and the rest of Jewry. Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett spoke of the eagerness with which Jew* and non-Jew* were looking upon develop.-.-.*:.-.•-. ..-. Israel and of the valuable and effective service the organization ha* been rendering "in '.-..H /.-.-. sphere Joseph Sprinzak, Speaker of the Knesset observed that it was a good omen that the JTA anniversary wo* being celebrated in Israel Joseph Heftman, president of the Israeli Journalists Association, wished the agency long tile and prosperity so that it may bring "good new* to Israel from the countries outside of the lew.;-..*. Hate and /.-.*.vorsa." And U.S. Ambassador James O MoLor.o-id gave practical expression WE ARE ROOTED TO OUR LAND to the functions of the agency when he said it was from the JTA bulletins that he learned "everything that is going on in Jewish public institutions in the United States and in general in Jewish life tho world over The thirty years that have passed since the founding of the JTA have been the most crucial in the long history of our people. And nowhere have thoy been recorded with greater thoroughness and objectivity than in the paqes of the JTA. Let us %  that the Jewish history the JTA is destined to record in the next three decades will be of a happier pattern. The ^unaqoque 1'omnril The recent formation or the Synagogue Coat.prompts an evaluation of the present -ol* k organized religious life actually plcy, in ^ community. Additions of new houses of worship %  • |^ ft pension of those existing do not necessarily r fleet that the spiritual force in the -rrea % a dominant one. A rapidly expanding |ewfa| BB*> mutdry both in number and geocrrcp-.:i ees*> age creates the physical need for -he facility end outlets. This new lay group representing afl of ie temple* and *ynagogues and representing cH forms of prayer has as its primary purpose the strengthening of Judaism by making the gyncgogues the center of Jewish spiritual tafia**** This will be accomplished by promoung religious unity without unilormity; by festering the observance of the Sabbath festivals end 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 radio, the press and direct contact with religious leaders of Jewry; and by concerning itself with religious problems of common intere* to all wings of Judaism. There is much room for the elevction of the prestige of the synagogue among us. Its presence could be felt much, much stronger and could serve as a substantial force for reawakening the Jewish conciousness of our citizenry. The purposes of the Synagogue Council are good. Will the council remain just another organization or will it become a motivating factor in revitalizing the synagogue influence in our community? That answer will decide the position 0! influence the synagogue will continue to occupy. Developments In Israel's Agriculture ): %  ADA OREN • iphi Agency Corre pondi nl TEL AVIV The economic issue* of igrii ill .;' %  in Israel are mixed .;. ,..':. a i jmbei of MM lo political problem* The old and established Kibbutzim, which are the main beneficiaries of the present farm boom, because '.I theii low production costs a-, compared with newei enterprii es, and whii iffei from an acute shortage of manpower, %  ould, in theory, be able to absorb •%  very great numbei of Immigrant* This, however, they are unable to do a* new immigrants generally refuse to join communes, since they remind them of camp* Most immigrants are not idealist* and are not prepared t'i adopt the self imposed restrii tiona on personal and political individual liberty of the left-wing pioneering elite, The Mapai is not dissatisfied witt, tin anti commune develop ment, because it weaken* the position of the Mapam dominated kibbutzim, Mapai la pushing small holders' resettling and is disregarding kibbutz remonstrations that, disci iitiiri.-ition against this form of agricultural organization in the erection of even temporary housing is partly responsible for their present poor absorption record in ;.ll but youth groups. A* %  re*ult of this development rJmisii tkrijtvn Publlihad .v.ry Friday ilnca i/ y The Jewlth Floridlan at 120 w v Bl.th Btr.t, Miami IS, Florida '.?',?" •• c fndcla. matter 1*30, at the Po.t Office of Fla under the Act of March The Jewlth Flondlan hat iti!hrX' M,mb r <" "• iewtah T.I. fi'aphlo Agency, Seven Arte Feature 6yncllc.U. Worldwide New, Service Nation.! Editorial Aeeocl.tTon. Arn.r' can AMOdatlon of EnBlleh.j3. h Newenanere. Florid. P r ... A..ociXn SUBSCRIPTION HATES: 11 0(1 tn July Miami J. 187* abaorbeo 0r, v.r. Two Ye.r. 15.00 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publlah.r Telephones 2-1141—2-8212 OFFICE and PLANT '20 N. E. Sixth Street L '""lK!" -v 1 N K"" 1AMMUZ 4, 5709 26 a number of kibbutzim in the Beth She'an valli h efrectively prevented the settling of immigrants in the abandoned %  '' %  'II town cf that nai n an individual basis i.„ nearly I avc now agreed to the hou '•t persons willing to them a hired employi, of the rigid prohibition agai this form of "exploitation" in their charters Thus i, being born a new institution ii i :.,, i ,, ,,,.. porative town livmn on service rendered to surrounding com munes. This, however, is,-, solution pus Bible only m exceptional and the government i into jeopardize the quick settling and agricultural development of undercultivated areai at anj co I rhousands ( ,f immigrants will soon be scattered all over the country, to be employed as I ired hands by kibbut/m,. Mamcon muj-es agreed to this in the hope that direct contact would in time breakdown the imn igrants' avc Kion for this social form, which can and is willing to receive them of absolute equality hey decide to join It is interesting to note that the employment of additional la! under any conditions is tenng the least opposition in Hashomer Hatzair Itakvut/oth communi ;p I P. -part % %  hosi polit ... percuslikeh | ion are pi on terms whenever l • %  %  • %  if new imi grants wilhnf • •• n the land are not i indeill-l i ir.d it i ,,'"''• iture rectioi %  '" %  % %  e seen thi settlers will imb to thi noinial trend of i mui • my • mallholde. nts i • th .. there i ,sno J : n their par,• ,n ; "-' < : r more c [;" % % %  ^d freeing both me. oun of : > % % %  : I in smaH farming and hou „ """" pound ivei ige, and they elve temporarily % %  • paid outside work, part of iff • ition. road building and the like, n list also ivided from public funds • is true of immigrants indoned towns, who ive public loans for gai • ning and be given in public projects to tid< i thi first months of in the .•.' % %  .>. %  country. All in addition to the support UN Body Adopts Recommendations On Minorities LAKE SUCCESS. (JTA) A U N Subcommission for the Protection of Minorities this week wound up a two-week session which laid a broad foundaUonlor the intervention of the world o:ganization on behalf of groups still ir. camps, is' victimized by discrimination IUS strain on public sources reii iai i encounnd Hever movement] which In prinicple insist on building only relatively small communes and prefer giving up untilled land ti up un. accepting new men,. ber* imliscriminately. Since th youth reserve* are Insufficient they will try to build up new !" m mune of their movements out g porker* they .re prepared More resistance is beinc nut nn by the Kibbutz Ham^hadmove? ment, whose member groUM re ceive newcomers on a pSrWeSS" nomic baste. They seenl to %  -,' a break-up „f then Idealtet so Ctoty if it* members haw ,, •huolders with p.-rsons emploved on their land*, but living on ti USMM H Wlth, I ,ut ~nniitting Idealist discipline. Israel thli u Community Problems Discussed At 3-Day Meet ST JOSEPH. Mich., (JTA) — iblems concerning Jewish comactivities in small towns United States were dis•' at a t.ree-day conof representatives of Jewmunal in the %  i feren ish communities in Michigan, md Indiana arranged by the Council if Jewiih Federations and • funds. The conference— the lust of its kind—adopted the ow >ng : (-commendations: That the Committee on Stable and Lnified elf-suppX "' ,V -• %  lered :oir orchards a ::. I such lands from K'llto i %  is' %  milk fup p, y £,<<< =a at £ r' r ^ '•equire 50 ,,, ,, rh,v will Private so-.r, -, """'' frf| m '"' % % %  't.ono L,n5 M Ul, l in ; "-"l"' farming unite P'ntatioiu -U"out't T n v ;:' h agricultural and station. As it and the lor such '-> the Rehoexperimental i ,s tj>e repair of hou -c Iers amount t 0 400 2. That the small communities gw further thought to the role o L 'i,T tral J, wish community at on with regard to probims of fund-raising, sllocatlon*, J< isli eduction, cultural actividS weTfare nUy '" la,i ns and so coBalS? 1 th '' sma11 immunities of Stir r r,0Usl >new methods for niunity cooperation h .t th, n ommu a Problems and "'at the Council of Jewish Fed f <" -suppoi : i h dl PCnd UP0 them Italian Police Occupy Jewish DP Camp thteS£k 2^^"" P"'-e ns camp of Trari • Prevent Jewish — an effort center prio i, "^T fr0m the rael-bound vessdT^^'" 8 ^ The subcommission opened the way for full participation of major civic bodies in its work when it adopted a resolution inviting nongo verr,mental organizations affiliated with the UN. to supply the group with facts, figu". opinions and allegations of (iscrimination practices. It ga v *J broadest possible definition to minorities, including those ot "race, color, sex, language, rugion I^M The subcommission DTOK through specific taboos from the Human Rights Commission ana the Economic and Social Council and made a number of decisive recommendations designed w make the TJ.N. an immediate ana effective guardian of minority m the field of human rifnf Prominent among these recon> mendations is a request that tw U.N. Secretariat take immedU'' steps to set up in each court.) "national coordinating committees" with the right to submit complaints to the subcommissionAnother important recommendation provides for the setting up of machinery for receiving i" acting upon petitions alleging w lations of military riehts. P"LT commendation called on the r* nomic and Social Council to nw ify previous inadequate resoi tions in this respect. ^, The subcommission P T ^ A that its next meeting be held January, so that its recommend' tions could be incorporated m "> draft Covenant on Human m' in time for adoption by the i'-~ General Assembly. Dr. Goldstein Honored PHILADELPHIA, (JTA)r? r : Israel Goldstein, treasurer Jewish Agency, tins wees ceived a citation f"" n of the reTeacher's College here at the stitulion's annual commence" exercises. The citation is PJ^Lj ed each year to "a distinguish* alumnus."



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FT % %  BAY. JULY 1, 1949 Jen lit thrhllnr PAGE FIVE Aviva Shcdroff Weds Morton Waitzman Miss Aviva Shedroff, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Shedroff, 1568 Drexel Ave., Miami Beach, became the bride of Morton Wajfeman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Waitzman, Chicago, on June 9, in the presence of their immediate families. Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated in his home. A dinner for the wedding guests followed at the Delano Hotel. Later in the evening the bride's parents were hosts at a reception in their home for family and Powers-Steinberg Wed In Palm Beach Temple Of interest to Miamians is the marriage of Miss Joan Steinberg, daughter of the Maurice Steinbergs, West Palm Beach, and Theodore Joseph Powers, son of the Harold J. Powers, also of West Palm Beach, which took place recently in West Palm Beach's Temple Beth El with Rabbi Manuel Greenstein officiating. Given in marriage by her father .the bride wore white ballerina length gown of marquisette. Her illusion veil was held in place by a crown of flowers. She carried a bouquet of white carnations and gardenias. Miss Betty Powers, sister of the bridegroom, was maid of honor and Mrs. A. R. Rifkin was matron of honor. Best man was Ed Buckow and ushering was A. J. Kahn. A reception was held in Scher Memorial Hall following the service. The former Miss Steinberg was graduated from Palm Beach High School and is attending New York University. Mr. Powers graduated from Sebring High School and is a journalism student at New York University. After a wedding trip to St. Petersburg, the newlyweds will make their home in New York, where they will continue their college courses. • Mrs. Morton Waitzman friends. For her wedding the bride chose a ballerina length white organdy gown and carried a bible adorned with a white orchid and showered with stephanotis and lilies of the valley. The bridegroom's sister, Mrs. Abe Rosen, served as matron of honor in French blue sheer. She carried a colonial bouquet with n rainbow shower. Charles Waitzman was best man for his brother. For the occasion the bride's mother wore a blue lace dress with a cordage of yellow roses; the bridegroom's mother, navy sheer with a corsage of yellow roses. Among the out-of-town guests were Mrs. Abe Rosen and her daughters, Janice and Joan, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Waitzman and their daughters, Judy and Lynn Susan, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Waitzman, all from Chicago; Mrs. P. Briansky, Montreal; Mrs. Jean Goldweber and Jack Goldstock, Clestyland. The former Miss Shedroff was Mrs. Seitlin Returns From Pioneer Women's Meet Mrs. Henry Seitlin, president of the Pioneer Women's Club No. One of Miami Beach, returned last week from Philadelphia, where she attended the organization's eleventh national convention. Over 600 delegates from the United States, Canada and Mexico were at the convention, Mrs. Seitlin reports, and a resolution to raise $2,000,000 for Moatzat Hapoalot, working women's council in Israel, to build new homes for mothers and children, was adopted. "A very exciting session was held with Golda Meyerson, Israeli Labor Minister," Mrs. Seitlin says. "She made an appeal to the convention for more intensive work to settle more immigrants in the Negev area and promised that the doors of Israel will remain open to further immigration." Climax of the convention was a banquet at which $80,000 was presented to a representative from Moatzat Hapoalot as a gift from the conclave. Elma Manty United To Leonard Pont The wedding of Miss Elma Manty, daughter of Mrs. Elsie Manty of Templeton, Mass., to Leonard Pont, son of Mrs. Sadie Pont, 2611 S.W. 5th Ave., took place Sunday afternoon in the home of the bridegroom's mother. Rabbi Max Shapiro officiated and was assisted by Cantor Maurice Mamches. The bride was given in marriage by her mother; the bridegroom, by his mother and uncle, Morris Kaler. Miss Ethel Pont, sister of the bridegroom, served as maid of honor and Mrs. Rachael Shepardson, sister of the bride, was matron of honor. Harold Pont was his brother's best man. Among the out-of-town guests were Mrs. Clara Mazer, Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Kronenberg, Mrs. Nathan Sokol, Birmingham, Ala.; Mrs. Frances Zavelo and Miss Phyllis Zavelo, Anniston, Ala.; Mrs. Elsie Manty, Mrs. Rachael Shepardson, Misses Helen and Pauline Shepardson, Templeton, Mass. Following the ceremony a buffet was served on the lawn. The newlyweds are honeymooning in Havana, Cuba, and upon their return will be at home at 750 S.W. 7th St. '% urdilne's PILSNER TUMBLERS 39 c each 12 for $4.50 SPECIALLY PRICED! Tall, clear crystal tumblers for your summer beverage serving. Priced for a stock-up during this June Sale! Hand-engraved initials Ml or 3) each 63c It Hand-engraved ( Initials $7.25 No C.O.D'i. on Engraved Orderi Burdin't, Miami, Qlaiiwart, Fifth Floor graduated from Miami Beach High School and attended Florida State University, where she vas a member of Alpha Lambda Delta honorary. She also attended the University of Miami, where she was affiliated with Delta Phi Epsilon sorority and is now a senior at the University of Illinois. Mr. Waitzman attended schools in Illinois and was graduated from the University of Miami, where he was charter president of Alpha Epsilon Delta honorary. He has been taking graduate work in physiology at the University of Illinois. Elaine Slepian, Charles C. Reed, Jr. Wed In Hollywood Miss Elaine Slepian, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Slepian, 702 North 20th Ct., Hollywood, became the bride of Charles C. Reed, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reed of Hollywood Monday, June 6, at the home of the bride's parents. The bride wore a white gabardine suit with evelet embroidery pockets, green accessories and a double orchid corsage. Joan Nelson was maid of honor and Herbert Harris served as best man. The newlyweds have returned from a wedding trip through the state and are at home at 1605 North 20th Ave., Hollywood. The bride, a resident of Hollywood for the past year and a half, formerly lived in Miami. A graduate of Miami Senior, she attended the University of Miami, where she majored in art and completed a course in modeling at Grace Downs in New York. During her enrollment at the University of Miami, she was winner of a ribbon in the society horse show. Before entering service, Mr. Reed attended the Case School of Applied Science in Cleveland, Ohio. He was commissioned a lieutenant and served in the Pacific Theatre. Mr. Reed has resumed his studies at the University of Miami and will graduate with a degree in civil engineering next year. Reform Rabbi Dies BROOKLINE, Mass.—Dr. David Philipson, 87, of Cincinnati, Ohio, died Tuesday at Beth Israel hospital. NOW OPEN ONLY JEWISH-STYLE CUISINE IN THIS VICINITY Honeychile's DELICATESSEN RESTAURANT 2400 NORTH MIAMI AVENUE For Those Who Appreciate Fine Food We Carry Zion Products Open from 6:30 A.M. to 2 A.M. Phone 82-5011 FREE DELIVERY SERVICE Highlight of the Sharet Summer Swirl to be held Sunday from 8:30 p.m. lo 1 a.m. at the Sorrento Hotel. Miami Beach, will be the selection of Miss B'nai B'rith Young Woman. Among contenders for the title are Cookie Meseroff. representing Tropical Lodge; Nina Nelson. Colman Zwitman Chapter; Elaine Schwartz. FDR Chapter; Arlene Sisselman. Clara Hirfch Landau Chapter. The affair is being sponsored by Sharet Chapter. BBYW. Sharet Chapter To Hold llance Sharet Chapter of B'nai B'rith Young Women will hold its first annual "Sharet Summer Swirl" Sunday from 8:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the Sorrento Hotel, 4384 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. Contribution is one dollar per person. Hal Murray will serve as M.C. and Mai Malkin will provide the music. Dolores Levick is chairman of the dance. Assisting her are Ruth Bett, tickets; Harriet Slomowitz, publicity; Trudi Lach, program; Helen Weisbard, hotel; Rosalyn Morris, booster book. Miss B'nai B'rith Young Woman will be elected by the guests attending the dance. Candidates for the title are: Arlene Sisselman, Clara Hirsch Landau; Nina Nelson, Colman Zwitman; Donna Feldman, Debbs; Elaine Schwartz, FDR; Cookie Messeroff, Tropical Lodge. Winner of the contest will receive a trophy and will be crowned by Hal Murray. Phyliss Schermer Given Camp Scholarship Miss Phyliss Schermer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sigmund W. Schermer of 1611 Euclid Ave., has been awarded a scholarship for the Brandeis Institute in Hendersonville, N. C, from July 5 to 31 by the Brandeis Youth Scholarship foundation of New York. Phyliss is an active member in her B'nai B'rith Chapter and holds the office of vice president. As chairman of the Youth Breakfasts at the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, she proved herself a very capable leader and has spoken before the Sisterhood of the Center on many occasions. Phyliss is a staff writer on the •/Spotlite," the Y newspaper, and is also active as secretary of the Y Teen-age Council. She has just graduated from Miami Beach Senior High school and intends to attend the University of Miami this fall. Of Enfield s Camera Shop on Lincoln Road says: "In photography and television equipment its precision, accuracy and performance that counts—a perfect description of any trip planned by FARR—I applaud their fine service." FARR "Your Travel Agent"



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1 FRIDAY. JULY PAGE SIX M %  %  %  %  Strictly Confidential PHINEAS J. BIRON Wh.t It Wrong With lhe UJA It a no longer a secret that tr.e .. tits m the UJA campaign ate f, b >m itisfa tory Big donoi i • I increasing their 1948 itlow %  cutting '• community ire complaining to the •. ional Otti iemanding a Ewer quota The f* !" l i .. of industrial .vinga tough time chairmen of in. reluctant to apply Leaden who a few Ued up their sleeve, • nve r'.-a: •• M ffe not were able to ootam lm emergency What is the trouble. Nobody eem to wo* %  A rdir th ore f£. C o al t ?iA 19 LJA paign should .'.ave mucn .ihni than the last one The political and military situation in : ael i much more .stabilized torn11 Is now a — .oer of the Ur.ited Nations and nofA-ithstandir.g incredible obtaking care of close to 20 000 DP immigrants every ronth How then explair. the ming let down ... Or course th ..ing a new Ameri i First ir.'-r.t A tlernen is one wh prominer.tlv in the ass case in Washir.^. n bodv should tip Walter Winchell column. Joan Osheroff Elected To Young Judaea Office Joan Louise Oshel ff ami Beach was ..vice president of th< S one 'Region of Your.g Judai 2 FAMOUS NAMES FEATURED BY WOLPERT'S l _. rwumad to interest -.JJWSN Florid, f v, MI... M well as people of other • h postcaid in attractive Power U Light Company offices her. and •;--,-: ..,„ B these Summer-Grams hare ^thejc^^omp^ Yvette Krause. Lillian Levine, Nan %  y.. Burell, Flory Loeb, thFa :. da Morria.Sh.rBauman Maxine ,n Rose Segal. "•• Ruth Kupper. BevEstelle, Fenias. md Lucille Her• %  : ihe production oon, Mrs. Temple Production Gets Under Way • :. cardinal weakness in the campaign • And that is the failure of the public relations experts of the UJA %  There can be no doubt that the promotion, publicity, advertising or whatever you wish to call that phase of the campaign responsible for the psychological climate of publicopinion has not succeeded in dramatizing the aims of the LJA It has not inflamed the imagination or the enthusiasm of millions of Jews who could put the campaign over the top even without the help of the very big donors The old worn out charity slogans are being used The same speakers are touring the country addressing the same kind of dinner.-, and meetings Tens of thousands of workers. clerks, small businessmen who could be enlisted in the sacred task of winning the last battle of Hitler's war against the Jews are untouched by the unimagina-,. tive campaign technique of the feld. 2160 S.W. 21st 1 UJA • • The economic situation [ will be sen in Israel is desperate ... It is bad public relations to hide the fact that a gigantic catastrophe is menacing the entire structure of Israel The United Jewish Appeal speaks with the voice of bureaucratic complacency which JulL. the American Jews to sleep ... It is high time to tell them the truth Homecoming During the world war Max Band, the distinguished French painter came to this country. As a Jew and a free artist he could no longer function in a Nazi dominated Europe He settled 'annual summer i an • held at Camp BluSt Ga. Joan, daughte: • offs, 2485 Meridii Beach, is presi lent Weizmann Sen. i V Mow represent!) High at Girls' Stati see where she w as el< t of Okeechobee, J swimming honors I conclave. Other Mian ian elected t fice at the Young were Buddy Udell and Danny Mill< V Beach, who are the education i Sholem Women To Hold Board Meeting Tuesday Sholem WornB'nai B'rith will meeting Tui I the home of M: %  %  • %  %  %  1 a • '. %  %  riabbi Joseph E. 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ftlDAY, JULY 1, 1949 # Jen 1st IkrMknr PAGE SEVEN Masada Group To Hold Swim Dance The Miami Chapter of Masada is planning a swim dance to be held Saturday night, July 9, at 8 o'clock at the Sorrento Hotel, 44th St. and Collins Ave. Mai Malkin and his orchestra will play for dancing, Seymour Hinkes, general chairman, announces. Assisting Hinkes with arrangements are: Jerry Simms, posters and ticket sales; Gloria Waldman, Gilbert Balkin To Speak Gilbert Balkin, Florida regional director of the Anti Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, will speak on "Religion and Human Rights" this evening at 8:15 at Temple Isaiah. Siegfried Geismar will conduct the service. A reception will follow and the public is invited to attend. invitations; Louis Fine, publicity; Ethel Miller, hospitality; Marty Eig, door. Holding the pickaxes they received for their work as "Gold Diggers" in the 1949 Combined Jewish Appeal are ('to r.) N/rs. Freida Kalsteln, Mixrachi; Mrs. Sarah Reymer, Miami Beach Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged; Mrs. William Danziger, Miami Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aped; Mrs. Milton Sirkin, chairman of the Women's Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal; Mrs. Benjamin Sherry, Miami Beach Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged; Mrs. Louis Classer, president of the Conference of Jewish Women's Organizations; Mrs. William Loeb. American Jewish Congress; Mrs. Aaron Farx, National Council of Jewish Women; Mrs. Alexander Robbins. Temple Beth Sholom. Variety Club Open House The Variety Club of Greater Miami, which will take over the Crippled Children's Hospital on January 1, will hold an open house on Sunday, July 10, from 2 to 6 pjri. at the hospital, located three blocks south of Coral Way and three blocks west of Red Road, according to an announcement by George C. Hoover, chiel barker. Members are asked to drive out to Inspect the project. Hotel To Start Live TV Show July 10 Pioneering in the television field In Miami Beach is the Versailles Hotel, which will inaugurate a half-hour live variety show over WTVJ Sunday, July 10, from 9 to 9:30 p.m. To be staged and propped directly from the ocean-side patio of the hotel at night, this is the first remote telecast of its kind in Florida. Mixrachi Games Party Mrs. Rose Pertes, president of DOV Chapter of Mizrachi Women's Organization, announces that Mrs. Gershon August will open her home at 1375 S.W. 6th St., Tuesday at 1 p.m. for a games party to raise funds for rehabilitation of war orphans at the children's village at Rananna, Israel. Assisting Mrs. August during this benefit affair will be Mrs. Samuel Wilchyk and Mrs. Sam Geltner. WHEN NrHVOUS TENSION Th—u occasional nigh tt when %  TOM tendon keep* you awakt-ara you more wakeful ihe harder you try to steep? Thoae day when tenae MrVWBMUce you irritable and jumpy —ere JTOU crankier and more reatleaa WMO yea try to fight the feeling? MUee Norvine can help you on days •ad niffaU like theae. It See been making good law man than 60 yeari. CAUTION— uae only %  a directed Get Milr. NervUse at your drug Stare. Bffervecnt tablets. SSe, 76c Liquid. Me, 91. Milei LaborstanM.be, llkhart, Iadtaoa. es NERVINE l NT BROS Ry r (S f •< 9/ s / ADL Director To Speak Gilbert J. Balkin, Florida regional director of the Anti Defamation League, will address the Robert Richter Post No. 11 of the Amvets at their meeting Tuesday evening at Amvets Hall, 237 5th St., Miami Beach, Seymour Singer, president, announced. Balkin's subject will be: "Independence Day—1949." To Hold Picnic Tropical Lodge and Women's Chapter will jointly sponsor a picnic Sunday at Greynolds Park. A motorcade will assemble in front of the Ambassador Cafeteria, Miami Beach, at 10 a.m. Everyone is requested to bring his own lunch. The sponsors will provide cold drinks. Barbecue pits are available. (fiompleh and 5bepe/it/aMe effle tfewice M IAMI TITLE & Obstruct Co. 24 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE! Title Insurance Policies of Kansas City Title Insurance Co. Assets Over $2,000,000.00 104 N.E. FIRST STREET TELEPHONE 3-6661 DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI ALLAPATTAH BRANCH., ...> flfU HtfX -fOU* 1n^ rSTAND, WHILE THEY. LAST. .. Ftffc/ J beautiful %  SHEAFFtR'S PEN AND PENCIL ENSEMBLE 9 P.Mon ** rtUBBAl convenience Lhue, >•** \lr comic**' co offV e 3*35*3 -** %  l ot ovmerB. SinceWV^' JOSEPH MW* president. 3?S s/i\\ \ T2 Given FRFF To Evsry ne Spaitag A SAVINGS ACCOUNT Your Sevings Are Insured up to $5,000 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corpoiation, and Earn Liberal Dividends For You Semi Annually. Vade #SIiMBI Bi ii* 4 *\AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF. MIAMI JOSEPH M. UPTON, Presidtmt MAIN OFFICE 45 NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE ALLAPATTAH BRANCH 1594 NORTHWEST 36th STREET ItfSOUftCfS tXCBCD $73,000,000.00 MStRVtS IXCCEO $1,400,000.00 Open your savings account by mail. Your pen and pencil set will be mailed to you.



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Natalie Goodman Weds James Liebman In Ceremonv At Saxony Hotel -June IU -• -. %  '. \ %  :.. • %  %  % %  Hei • '-.-*• %  'I F • %  Sw ; tulle with %  %  I I : • : • Mark Goodir.ar bi k "-' % %  %  Iman, f .'.; '•" %  : ': %  ; %  %  : ..-•-• The I • SI rchid The 1 ... •• V : %  %  %  s • % %  .: %  %  :.: M • leg' •" •' ; I .. V p from the %  ". Mi and M M I I ; %  • %  Aai '• •' %  : .rir • thl Av : %  '. mi E • -. .. : ; _• ;.. • ..-. : : %  • in M B< A g •.-• it I-tC .' • g -. %  '. r %  .: %  %  %  t the v v i th< I %  I • ~ ;: %  : hit* nylon Deutch o] ksoi i • %  tight] hirred I e'Moms Tan Ca -: %  r• %  J ..-.-.• Personally Speaking 7 -r %  %  NX 23th St.. left this momMr. and M:. Lous ZeteM ,_.,„ ^ SroIes> ta Silver to visit their daug-eO.JU Spring. Md. „ • H da --re:. BHa ci 1794 Normandy ^k visit in New York. 5736 SW. 9th Terr., left this Dr.. 5*** S*JEster Argintar To Wed Dr. H. Merlin Mr and Mrs. Oscar AMta. 74 S.W. 28th Road. MaoaZTS engagement of then daughter Ester, to Dr. Hyrr.an Merlin The bride-elect was graduated from Miami Senior High SrK^i and Florida State Un;ve-tv August 30 Mr R kin md Mi 0 .:. the Alfred D< I I ... -.. • %  and :. foi theii mmunil M R kin i • itt : Ml :. pita] M '-: pn %  • .. Kstelle Shapiro .loins June Brides ii • J mi : %  • Shi II H t< Mi Estelle Shai ighter Mr an M %  • • • w M %  : '•'• 19! A vi Mia % %  : .-: ni i ofl The H veil ol illuion txtei froi tia I • Mi A. San -• r. : foitr.e : Mi Mi '•'•' %  %  '. '. :: %  mei ei f Pi Larr.bd PI :. at< i Whi:. .... %  retui : wi Iding tnj they v ... i I %  ', %  a h Mi mi Ki Cali. jner Cole Mina Knnrr Sol tVuchholder Jo Wed Sol Waehholder >mbia Ceremony July !) A July 9 wedding in Cali. Colombia, is being planned by Miss Mina Kijner, whose engagi : Wachhold< r, son I Mi %  • %  '•' irru Wai hholder, ha' need by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kijner, Call, CoThe bridi i lect is the wii ?Lo the Cal: beaut >' contest for 1948. A university graduate, sh< ; ii an all iiete. Mr. Wachholdei graduated from New York University. He lour year:, in the Army Air C eh. Id the rank of capand now operates the Somerset Hotel in Miami Beach Mr. and Mrs. Waehholder are in South America to attend the %  ding The'couple will honevmoon ir New York Bnd Niagara Falk and will r eside in Miami Beach, Miamians Elected^ Joe Singei of Mian., Beact wa. elected a, a representaSve to*h "ejutive board of the South,.. Sect !" Je W „ h W( lfare ^ the ..nnual meeting of the group at Camp BlueiStar & SiS l^ e ;. 0a J"n 16 following the third annual Jewish Youth In Irtttute. Belma Lewi, of Miarn cr.n unu ^ %  ^"•3 mountain*, Trey p. S'SoS Saris' Sd^ -' %  • % %  • %  ju M l / %  M n-aulie*, who tennerly resided at 1156 Mr. ana Mrs ---s .•.-.-—-. .., w 2Q ^, SW 6th St have moved into iheu r.ew home at 2925 b.w. win Si Vacationing r. Monticelk New York, is Mrs. S. Gerbert. J41 "•:-. S* M.arn: Bec-r. Mr end Mrs. William Stein ol New York will amve tomorrow to spend a month a. the koM*d their wn-in-ktw and daughter, Mr and Mr William Gbck 2381 S.W. 25th Terr. + Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Miller c: Miami ere spending the summer in Woodmonl Conn i:y -r.. urescer.i oeu'.. ;, <^w %  "•• join her son-in-law ar.d daughter, Mr. and Mrs. David Schub. and her daughter Miss Muriel Kasov. She will return to Miami in about three months. Alan West:.-., son of the Irving Westins. 1021 West 46th St.. arrived from Cambridge, Mass. icst week to spend some time with his parents. Alar., who is c student at Harvard Law School, will attend a Brar.deis Ccrr.u Institute this summer. -*' .'•:.-s i. S. ShapofJ recently left for Henderscnville. N. C. for the summer. She v.-.i. sisc visit he: family in Baltimore, where she will attend a wedding of her nephew. While in Baltimore. she will aiso meet her daughter. Beatrice, who is receiving Hacrishara tarm training in Crearr. Ridge, N. J. Mr. Shapoff expects to icin them in the near future. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller of 2945 S.W. 27th Terr., have left with their two children for a vacation in Hendersonville, N. C. Rabbi and Mrs. S.mon April and son. Samuel, left yesterday for Savannah, Ga.. for several weeks. The Aprils will also visit ..-. New York, Montreal and Pittsburgh before returning to Miami on August 15. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kale: announce the birth of a baby boy. born Saturday, June 25, at Jackson Memorial Hospital MM. David Horn of St. Louis. Mo., is visiting her mother. Mrs. Sadie Pont. Mrs. Horn, the former Dolly Pont, came here to attend her brother s wedding. t^J'tl 0 '' G V d ^ !•,£ ^M*"650 West 51st St.. YoTct lCr n e R0Dert Charn;zons newlyweds from New HavnnnT^H 1 !" ? 1 re,uined *"> a short sojourn in Sste? of B? SP? 6 d K" L hG 0rmer MarU y" Schneider m New f Yoi C^ "" hu,band S n !" !" *"<*^ Rogers. Following a tffwith her SEP5 TT? ** Ml Baltimore, Mrs. Roqers wTll „£ I 'u^L A Chaseman • mid-July. 9 S Wl11 re]01n her hu band in Berlin in Beac^'antunc: ^Zl^ ^ ^ 15,h St.. Miami June 12. bl h 0f Q da "9hter, Penny Jane, born Staff Sergeant and Mrs F n c 1 "ounce the birth of a daughter LanaT K?S* V an Sukows left this week for Denier Colo u *2 ,Une 13 The be stationed. The mother is the foSI i T, er V. he 8erqeant wiU of Mr. and Mrs. Bons uJ^Jfflff^J^ daughter |W. 7, S, Paterna, UttSfcftSZS S8 SSSBSSS3S5SM E*ter Argintar and is now on the faculty of Miami Senior High Sch'jol. Dr. Merlin, also a graduate of Miami High, received his medical degree from Emory School of Medicine in Atlanta. He belongs to Tau Epsilon Phi social fraternity and Phi Delta Epsilon medical fraternity. He served as a captain in the Medical Corps ard is now associated with Dr. S. E Chambers. The couple will rx married on September 18. AVC Dinner Fetes Richard And Roth About 250 persons attended a testimonial dinner given in r.or.or of Beach Councilmcn Melvir. Richard and Burnett Roth by the Miami Beach Chapter of the American Veterans Committee. Richard and Roth are AVC members. .loan B. Bloom Weds David J. Dubov After a wedding trip. Mr. and Mrs. David J. Dubov are at home at 430 S.W. 6th Ave. The coupi* spoke their vows before Rabbi Moses Mescheloff on May 29 at Congregation Beth Jacob. The bride, the former Joan B Bloom, is the daughter of Mr. ar.d Mrs. Philip M. Bloom. 1420 S.W. 5th St. She wore a gown of slipper satin in period design. Her full length French illusion veil trimmed with lace extended from a pearl embroidered coronet. She carried white carnations, stephanotis and white orchids. Maids of honor were Annette Toback and Barbara ZW Bridesmaids were Barbara Blacnstein, Charlene Coot net. Audre> Stein and Julia Chabr.en Terry Bloom was ring bearer and Jo> Brambier, flower girl The bridegroom is the son Mr. and Mrs. Louis R. Dubov, 8Z< Jefferson Ave.. Miami Beacr Stanley Bloom, Stanley Ricnawson, Jerry Enerfeld and Har\e. Smster were ushers. A reception followed the cert mony. ,,. The bride is a graduate of w ami High School and attendea Patricia Vance School OlW^ ing. Mr. Dubov is a graduate t Georgia Military Acadcmj. attended the University of %  %  and the University of Florida. Mr$. D. J. Dubov



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HUDAY, JULY 1, 1949 -Jewlst) fhnrldlar PAGE NINE Miss Saul Becomes Mrs. Isidore Ifshin Weiring a white taffeta gown designed and made by her sister, MiM Jule Edith Saul, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Saul, 309 N.W. 59th Terr., became the bride of Isidore Ifshin. son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Ifshin, 7134 Byron Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Max Shapiro performed the double ring ceremony which took place Mrs. Isidore Ijshin lay evening in Beth David %  taie. Alencon lace yoke of the gown was outlined with taffeta off-shoulder bertha and circular skirt was worn over The bride's lace veil was by a headpiece of lace and roses. She carried a bible ed with white carnations ^k>hanotis. Naomi Saul, sister of the ide, designed not only the bridal but also the moss green crepe in which she served as maid of honor. A niece of the bride, Rona Marcie Saul, was flower girl in a miniature copy of the bridal dress. The bride's mother wore a beige crepe dress with a circlet of yellow roses in her hair for the occasion. Mrs. Ifshin was attired in gray crepe. A reception in the synagogue hall followed the ceremony. The couple is honeymooning in Havana. For travel the bride changed to a brown tweed suit with matching accessories. The bride attended Philadelphia schools and came to Miami three years ago. Mr. Ifshin, an Air Forces veteran, attended New York University. Goldstein, Siegel Exchange Vows Living at 1880 S.W. 6th St. £ er a honeymoon in South Caroa are Aaron Goldstein and his bride, the former Selma Siegel, whose marriage took place June 5 at Congregation Beth El. The rites were read by Rabbi Murray Grauer, assisted by Cantor Milton Friedman. The bride is the daughter of the Samuel Siegels, 444 S.W. 7th St., and Mi. Goldstein is the son of the Samuel Goldsteins, 1700 S.W. 14th Terr. The bridal gown was fashioned of white satin and Chantilly lace. Chantilly lace also trimmed her illusion veil. She carried roses and orchids. Florence Siegel served as her sister's maid of honor in yellow gold taffeta. She carried iris and yellow carnations. Irvin Goldstein of Columbia, S. C, was best man for his brother. A reception in the Dora August Memorial Hall of the synagogue followed the service. Irvin GoldStein, violinist, played the initial waltz. Personally Speaking • Mr. and Mrs. Milton J. Katz, 1615 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach, who celebrated their first anniversary Sunday, June 26, will move into their newly constructed home at 5850 S.W. 13th St., on or about July 14. Ruth Brotman is leaving by plane Sunday for Halifax, Nova Scotia, to attend the convention of the Canadian Authors and Canadian Women's Press Club, of which she is a member. Miss Brotman will also give concerts in Montreal, Detroit and Philadelphia before returning to Miami. She will be accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Nathan Brotman, who has been visiting here all winter. Mrs. Alexander Kogan will entertain members of Boy Scout Troop 35 at a swimming party at the Saxony Hotel Cabana Club today. Troop 35 was recently awarded the honor banner for Miami Beach for the past year. The troop is undeT the direction of Scout Master William C. Krause. Leaving today for a trip that will take them to Pittsburgh, Cleveland and Buffalo are Mr. and Mrs. Martin Spilka, 2509 Swanson Ave., Coconut Grove. Dr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Wasman, 7619 Abbott Ave., Miami Beach, have just returned from an extended trip which included Baltimore, Washington, D. C Philadelphia and New York. The Wasmans arrived in Miami in time to celebrate their first anniversary Monday, June 27. Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Bloch of New York are vacationing at the Sorrento Hotel, Miami Beach. During their stay they are being entertained by their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gordon. Mr. Bloch is affiliated with Paul Bloch and Associates, newspaper representatives. Mrs. Rose Pertes, 445 S.W. 23rd Road, president of the DOV Chapter of Mizrachi, is leaving today for her summer vacation in Lowell, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert B. Wilensky, 1543 S.W. 7th St., announce the birth of a daughter, Ann Sheryl, born at Victoria Hospital Tuesday, June 28. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Spector and son of 440 N.W. 39th Ave., are leaving Monday for Detroit where they will spend their summer vacation. Rabbi and Mrs. S. M. Machtei will return Friday, July 8, from New York City, where they attended the wedding of their daughter Eve Naomi, which took place Sunday. Miss Lillian Aronovitz and Miss Isabel Dresnick are leaving today for a three-week tour of California and the West Coast. The bris milah of Stephen Owen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Wolff, 1331 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami Beach, took place Saturday. June 25. Acting as godparents were Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kaplan. Gerald Wolff was sandek. Twenty-five relatives and friends attended the simcha. The Rev. Philip Fried officiated. ft Louis Cohn, Villa Claire, Palm Beach, is recovering in the North from a severe illness. Albert Liebovit has joined the agricultural research staff of the University of Miami. Mr. Liebovit, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Liebovit of West Palm Beach, is a recent graduate of the University of Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Joe H. Lesser of West Palm Beach have returned to their home after a short stay in Rome, Ga., where they attended the funeral of Mr. Lesser's brother, Felix, who died recently in West Palm Beach. Louis Gadon, Hebrew teacher at Beth David Talmud Torah, left Tuesday for a short stay in Israel. He will visit his brother, Israel, who is one of the only survivors of a large family in Europe. -K Mrs. Ethel Shochet is spending several weeks in Richmond, Va., as the guest of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. A. Finley Binder. Ruth Kahn, Stanley H. Davis Married In Sebring Temple On June 12 Following a wedding trip to North Carolina, Stanley H. Davis and his bride are living at the Helen-Mar Apartments, Miami Beach. The bride is the former Ruth Kahn, daughter of Mrs. Michael Kahn, Sebring. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Davis, 2322 S.W. 23rd Terr. The couple spoke their vows in Temple Beth Israel, Sebring, Sunday, June 12, at 8 p.m. before Rabbi Morris A. Skop of Orlando. Nuptial music was provided by Miss Carol Jane Hudson, organist, and Maurice Kahn, cousin of the bride, violinist. Miss Miriam Kahn, another cousin, and McIntosh Burns sang. Given in marriage by her brother, Dr. Leon Kahn, Mobile, Ala., the bride wore a gown of imported white organdy with a bouffant skirt which extended into a short train. The skirt was scalloped with tiny hand-made flowers. The short sleeves were shirred from the yoke to the back of the bodice. She wore a threetiered veil of illusion, long matching gauntlets and carried a cascade bouquet of orchids, stephanotis and lilies of the valley. Miss Anna Merle Abrams was her cousin's maid of honor and Miss Shirley Kahn, another cousin from Pelham, Ga., served as bridesmaid. They wore identical gowns of pale pink dotted marquisette with bertha necklines and full skirts and carried cascade bouquets of roses. Frank Davis, New York, served as best man for his brother, and ushering were Stephen Davis, another brother of the bridegroom; Joseph Mirsky, Palm Beach, cousin of the bridegroom; A. J. Kahn, brother of the bride. Jerome Kahn, cousin of the bride, and Marvin Kahn, brother of the bride, lighted the tapers. For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Kahn chose an aqua crepe gown with embroidered marquisette. The bridegroom's mother wore a printed crepe. Both wore orchid corsages. A reception at the Hotel Sebring followed the ceremony. For the wedding trip the bride changed into a beige linen suit, Mr. And Mrs. David Meyer Celebrate Golden Wedding With Open House Mrs. Stanley H. Davis —Alembert which she wore with cocoa and green accessories and a rosebud corsage. The former Miss Kahn attended Louisiana State University at Baton Rouge, where she was a member of Sigma Delta Tau sorority. She served as a member of the executive board of the Sebring Chamber of Commerce. Mr. Davis graduated from Miami Senior High and the University of Florida, where he was a member of Pi Lambda Phi fraternity. He served as an officer in the Army for four and a half years. Selma E. Lipman Betrothal Revealed A September wedding is being planned by Selma Eileen Lipman, whose engagement to George Hersh. son of Mr. and Mrs. William Hersh of Sherman Oaks, Cal., has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lipman of Miami Beach. The bride-elect is a graduate of Miami Beach High School and is now attending the University of California at Los Angeles. Mr. Hersh attended high school in Brackenridge, Pa., and graduated from the Robert Morris School of Business after his discharge from the Army. Mrs. Bovernick To Take European Trip Mrs. Harriet Bovernick, 732 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach, leaves July 7 for a tour of Europe. She will sail from New York aboard the Queen Mary. England, Holland, Belgium, France, Switzerland and Italy will be included in her itinerary. Mrs. Bovernick will return to America aboard the Mauretania on September 6 and will fly to Boston to visit her family. She plans to return to Miami on October 1. Mrs. Aaron Goldstein Mr. and Mrs. David Meyer, 2295 S.W. 9th St., celebrated their golden wedding anniversary last night at an open house given by their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. David R. Rifas, in their home at 1833 S.W. 21st Terr. Mr. and Mrs. Meyer were married in New York City on June 30, 1899. Former residents of Chicago, where Mr. Meyer was an executive of the United Cigar Stores Co., they moved to Miami nine years ago and have become permanent residents. The Meyers have one daughter, Mrs. Rifas, and two sons, Sigmund J. and Sylvester D. Meyer Of Chicago and four grandchildren, HH>' !d and Harriet Rifas of Miami Meyer Friedel and Adeie and Hob r of Chicago. Mr. of We6twood. N. k Sain J. and Miss Sadie Meyer of New York for the occasion Mr. and ..frs. David Meyer City, sisters of Mr. Meyer, came to Miami for fh m evc*. A famiK leunion and dinner will take place at the Shelborne Hotel on Sunday. This affair will be attended by the Meyers' two sons, who are arriving by plane Ruth J. Hantman, Siegfried S. Gross Exchange Vows At Temple Israel Temple Israel was the setting for the marriage of Miss Ruth Jo Hantman, daughter of Mrs. Samuel Hantman, 1260 S.W. 5th St., to Siegfried S. Gross, Asheville, N. C, Sunday at 5 p.m. Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan performed the double ring ceremony. Given in marriage by her uncle, H. H. Hyman, the bride wore a ballerina length gown of white nylon lace over cloud-pink satin. Her shoulder-length illusion veil fell from a pearl-embroidered pink maline hat. She carried a white bride's bible topped with baby white orchids and stephanotis. Mrs. Joseph Hantman, Chicago, sLster-in-law of the bride, was matron of honor and Miss Marjorie Gross, niece of the bridegroom, was maid of honor. Both were attired in blue ballerina length gowns and carried gardenias and delphinium. Leon Gross, Asheville, served Mrs. Siegfried S. Gross as his brother's best man, and accessories and white orchid ushering were Joseph Hantman, r Dr. William Schiff, Donald Eanett and Philip M. Brasher, Jr. Presiding over the guest book were.Judy Gross and Mrs. Donald Eanett.. Assisting at the reception which followed the ceremony in Kaplan Hall were Miss Etta Gross, Washington. D. C; Mrs. Boris Francis, Miss Carol Thompsor and Mrs. Albert Melohn. The former Miss Hantman chcr.jed into a dawn-gray suit. corsage for the wedding tup to Washington and Asheville. Upon their return, Mr. and Mrs. Gross will reside at 857 S.W 31st Ave. The bride, formerly of Mt. Vernon, Ohio, attended schools there and the University of Miami. Mr. Gross attended the University of Cincinnati and is associated with the Miami branch of City Ice and Fuel Company.



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PAGE TEN FRIDAY, JULY 8 Miamians To Attend Young Judaea Camp Eight young Miamians have been selected to be campers at the second annual session of the National Senior Young Judaea group, Tel Yehudah. which is being held from June 26 to July 17 at Tel Noar Lodge in Hampstead, New Hampshire. Only 100 Senior Young Judaeans, representing all parts of the United State*, have been chosen. Miamians chosen include Allen P. Rubinstein of Beth El Chapter, Nancy Rothman and Elizabeth Simkowitz of Israelites Chapter, Louise Morgen and Rhoda Feldman of Beersheba Chapter, Ann Broad of Chai:r. Weizmann Chapter, Dalto.-. Becker and Charlotte Glyck of Temple Beth Sholom. The purpose of the camp, according to Norman Scharin, executive director of National Young Judaea, is •'to present, through meaningful experience, an understanding of contemporary Jewish life, which will predispose the campers toward giving service to the Jewish people through the Young Judaea program in their local communities."' A feature of the three-week camp program will be special celebrations of Young Judaea's 40th anniversary which is being observed this vear by more than 900 Young Judaea groups throughout the United States. An experiment in Jewish living, Tel Yehudah seeks to develop the interests of Senior Young Judaeans along creative Jewish lines in an atmosphere of cultural Zionism. The daily schedule provides for manual work, supervised study, organized and free play, creative Jewish arts and crafts—all conducted on a democratic community basis under the over-all direction of Mr. Schanin and his staff. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN the un : • %  < business under the Hctltloua name of H. ii, \ : t 3100 N. Miami Ave Miami Florida, intends to register %  aid with the Clerk of the I I cult Court "f Pade County. Florida EDWARD L \vi:i;KS thii Ownei 7 1-8-15-31 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCl'IT COl'RT OP THK l!th Jl'DlCIAL CIRCl'IT IN AND F"R DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA — IX CHANCERY, No 13571 VADA 1" .li'HI '.\x. Plaintiff JOHN DONALD JORDAN, Defendant. TO: JOHN DONALD JORDAN ADDRESS UNKNOWN You • h< reby ordered to fill nswei li th.11 divorce filed at IJ \ "Al 'A F. JCIRI'AX 01 iy of July, 1949. • wi.-.thi • M be ti k< n as onfeased against j I" PNE AND ORDERED :' • 27 of Jui •-. 1949 E IV LEATHERMAN of the Clt 111 B} R II RICE Depi • GEORGE TALIANOFF Solicit' ntlfl ;:• % %  : .. I LEGAL NOTICE NOT.CE TO CREDITORS PI MBA IN PR 'BATE V 226S0. In li. E9T %  HERMAN Baaed ... .... Ha\% %  %  %  i '.' %  To All of > • %  %  have CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW NOTICE I* Hi REBY OIVEN that I ng to engage In the fi. tltioju name of • Miami, H'Tlda. Intend with the Clrk NOT (TICK fl • M | Dad* County, which '* JO HOCHMANN vi RTLE r. SMITH ; i ) i P %  %  • %  %  f the firat NOTICE LNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW -, ICE 'HEREBY GIVEN that Ing t" engage in %  out name of NOTICE OF INTENTiosTTr — INCOUNTVT,?^.^^,."' DMTOATCH. aUo know n h88IE t FELJJMAN DLUOATCH 'id** NOTICE la hereby g.Ve.-.h.^r*^ fled my final report „d ,*<' ^ M Final Discharge as Fi~ ,, p ,' tiUori '<* e.tat. of J,7.1e V"82SL 5 known aa Jennie % eldman D&.S • • hereo! Si %  lC Dai June '%  IMS. At Ex %  • %  • |n R %  31 l-S-12 • %  I pri i the lei • same :. %  %  18" r the Last W •' IMAN £ DE COSTAS M IER AFLOYD ant %  %  %  deceased; and hat on tt V' U H of July. IMS, I win .''r, ll 5 Honorable W V. Biantnn r J? 5 Judge of Dade CounT'LH approval of said final V,,.,,* *' '<* final dlacharg. a."^ 2£ "< tor B*Ut of Jeeale p U S tk. known na 5 £.•, lu gtch, ,LThia tth d D| ugatch, NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCL'IT COl'RT OF I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCl'IT IN AND FDR DADE COCNTY, FLORIDA IX CHANCERY No I." MAX ROSEN, Plaintiff, >< AXXA ROSEN also known aAN' Ri ijfEN, Defendant. V. ,. AXXA R08EN wn i ANNETT ROSEN, HOT Bi ght Stn %  Brool n \. w York, ar. %  till the above cause for dlv day ul kui • V.D 1949 : • ei nf( -a III t>( • ten %  Dated this 2*1 • %  1949. E B. LEATHERMAN, r (Circuit Co. %  B F, J. rsoi'L i %  MILTON A FRIEDMAN Seybold Bldg. 1-8-1.1-33 Andron Chain Acquires Loon Lake Hotel Dr. David S. Andron, president of Andron Resorts, owners and operators of hotels for the last thirty years in New York. Pennsylvania and Florida, has announced the purchase of Loon Lake Hotel and Cottages located in Franklin County, N. Y., 1800 ft. high, in one of the peaks of the Adirondack Mountains. The Andror. hotel company currently operates the Tower, Albion and Crest hotels in Miami Beach, and Dr. Andron is vice president of the Miami Beach Hotel Owners Association. The Loon Lake Hotel consists of 3,000 acres of marine and woodland estate. There are three main buildings and 46 cottages, which border upon the three mile private Loon Lake, and along the winding roads that weave in and out of the estate. There is an 18hole golf course under the supervision of Golf Pro "Pop" Singleton, who has been with the Loon Lake Hotel for many years. Bob Decker, ranking tennis player, will serve as tennis pro, and Murray Rumsey, producer, will be director of entertainment. The Loon Lake Hotel, which opened this week, will be operated on the American plan with dietary laws observed. ORDER TO APPEAR IN Tin: ciRci'iT c 11TII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT FLORIDA IN AND F( R I \DF ir7M TV IN CHAXCER ENOLE T WALDRl S You, I l-.LM.\ s WALDRON \ --li strei t. Panama ].. .: of Panama. Central An ei quired to file a above entitled suit for dlv -':• day of July, 1949. or i "" i ;-VT'.' %  • • • %  %  i A l ED this ." E B LEATHERMAN Clerk of the Cli It in ii • rt Si al' Bj c, i: i; •:. DECOCTA.S MAER&Fl! Attorneys for Plaintiff, %  "• Blai aj in B illdlng, Miami S3. Florida : |..15-32-39 ORDER FOR PLBLICA' ON IN' Till. Ri'l'IT I N :.V .' %  %  %  TO CHARLES : %  : BLOOMFIELP. N'EM Y> •! %  AR I • • J % %  f e wil the Slatul of Floi '"-. %  • y Jin. E IN • IS t. C. 1 %  • • 113 Conjrri %  I %  NOTICE UNDER FiCT'TIOLS NAME LAW IIIUl I.• '. I • I eel .... n.tj. F %  .. %  %  • NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned A. W, HARRIS PLl'MBINO PAM .,. 30> Miracle Mil. %  %  a '; 1 ", s R % % %  Intends to V. d name with the Clerk of I in Court of Dade County, 1 SEYMOUR J. SiMON, H Eaj h a A";'Mi'.. : %  : applicant l-8-lf?2J Amerlcan Bank LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREHY OFVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fletltlous name of Herman itadio 8upply Company at 174.-, X.IC. 2nd Ave., .Miami, Florida, Intend.to i.-gi-i,., said name with til.% %  lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. HARVEY HERMAN Sol.Owner 6/31 7/1-a-U-tl NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OrVBN that the .undersigned .desiriiiK to eiiKaae In Cla.'r'vl'J'n Ur .'! e '"•"'""" %  name of !" U' H ;. Dr5 Cleanera and Laundrv at 2210 N. W. 62nd Street Miami S^^ou^;, k #,or%. CIrCUltCo,,rto OEOROE J. TAU A ^TKP RA AM 4^fl I.lneoln Road Attorney for applicant 7/1-8-15-23-29 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the underalgned ,| r in. to enaaee in bus nesa under lh. a .... a i "' ^H^oHi^Hf? Miami, Plorlda. intend.' tor4i.t\* ;•:;;•, n. %  %  %  %  LEO SHEINER Attorneya for Applicant Miami, Florida. 7/1-8-16-22 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS .. „, NAME LAW %  : NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW IS HEREBY OfVEN that leslring to engage In tltloua name of SPL \^ S CO. (not Inc.) '. th Miami Avenue I' Ida, Intends name with the Court "f Dade I ABERMAN, Soli %  ,1 v\' IFF Apl %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that nderaigi I i engage in Id • is name of X SODA at 150 Coral I lablea, Florname with 'ourt of Dade • I ER8TEIN ."itX of Ju ne, 1945 Exeou,o H r t r, E h t V, ir ,', ; iAT C. V. Dlugatch. alao BJiw J t"** Peldman Dlugatch iv a" J EIJtY STONE ^* ,cn Attorney for Executor 6/10-17-**, 7/1 NOT'CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW • v "" IEBY 1IVEN that lurace in I-I f TR1X Heachi the said • • 'ircult t of 1 • • i .. %  Ida s. Sole Owner Ida-. Fl. i: NOTICE OF t. %  ; ', • • .. • th, r.\NN SMITH ..ORDER OF PUBLICATION th. and NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW w NOT I CE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fh titlous name J COVIN CONBT CO. .,, I2n V V 17 %  "" < r, ^ n^'co'vix-'1 t ELRY BTONB CHA,BL C V,S M'I' h r '"i y /'"'• ,si, '" : ''" vln nd Michael < oviri i/l-?-15-22-29 NOTICE UNDM ncT,T,OU. "'i' 1 GbtoB, Florida >> Miami, Hade County BWu REUBIN LEVINE MARVIN LEVINE „, f| wners. BERNARD HUTNER, E8Q Attorney at Law w 913-16 Olympla Bldg. .Miami. Kloridu Vl-8-15-22 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! The Jewish Horidion solicits your legal notices. We appreciate y OU r Patronage and guaran. tee accurate service at legal rates. Phone 2-lUi 'or messenger service. 1 •• %  ivenui ; rc ,i, c-o : %  li M %  k''" ., %  WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE ~ % %  OIVEN that ol Florida Ware• Receipt*, 1 I AND M'ora%  .lien, • Ina da. %  %  • reach-In • v. Orr, 3:is l>adi Countr, he 13th da) of i houri of I furet oTtn M) N '. i %  !tl! V 1154 ; %  „• .; th, ,,.i| •,.: %  ;> % % % %  Miami. Lade Ijeacl Piorlds, June. 1949 ,' ',' r l: ^ -l'UL AND "ARE SE CO NOTICE OF SHERIFFS BAI %  the underalgned a, 8h.rUf^ ,2fi County. Florida, acting u „ ,„***• virtue of a ceruin W*t 0 E,!?,!^ issued out of the Civil COU,,T7R. UUO of Dade County. Florida n a e.^' <-au M enUtled Allen R toow vTffl Kl.nore trading Md doing bLkS under the name of Florida l'olle?t? porter, being Cause No sUjT hfll eVle 2 M "lu'n upon the fJ?,* ing described property; ty^iwiB. leaks; 2 .wlvel chairs; 3 offfiTtgg leather divan. 1 photographic S fied that I will sell the Said d^IcJSd Y"f^L P'-oP'rt)' o the highest TM best bidder for caah at the south fi! of the Dade County Courthouse is SI City Of Miami. Dade o5Sff%ftfi on the 4th day of July. | M { fig**; the hours of 10:00 o'clm-k A V I.! 2 00 o'clock P.M.. gild aaVSfii 1 made to aatlafy M ld JS3sr5 gether with coata Including co 8 „ rf Hi'ir-o/'^"" t0 "> Saerurl Dated thia 2 day of June. 1949 JIMMY SULLIVAN Sheriff of Dade Countv, Florida By: GEO F iiOLLT Ct'SHMAN AND WOODJSH "^ Attorneya at Law 710 Blscayne Bldg. 8/10-17-24 7/1 %  I0US '' 11 NOTICE UNDER flcTn %  : %  E 7th ;--..• %  I ...,. • I I : %  • -. : i ttunde'r.i f n b ed, '•llSllless tinder •• AMBi t HOUSE'., ounty, Fi e/24 7 JgfWGar LEO Sin',nev s ;.. nta E -W" J!lT.TMi= X"TI ... NAVE LAW Jf' Mid name with'th 16 !!! 1 '" PJrcuuc "7 U DU: Ida. SgiT^" -'•^r e NOTICE UNOER L F ICT7fTo^" dffi Y 2, !" ,h %  V.K to engage In • %  nan f HOES OF MIAM, %  • % %  it. ;^K'£. H ad Beach. Florida. ,-'-.i name with | ourt of Dade ^"AUSLANDmi i-t '.,'-. .M?MAN ivr „., NOTICE TO APPEAR H| N MFY H, I, n ? Y -H ha,ntlff V 1ETE nlMSI. Defendant TO: I'ETER HIMEY CHARUliJ STREET OLD BRIDGE, NEW JERSEY rou are hereby required t u fll u appearance In the above dlvora action on or before July i. 1J41 otherwise a Decree Pro Confess-) will \n entered againat you. DATED June 3, 1949 E. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk. ircult Court Seal) By R. H. RICE, JR.. HAROLD SHAPIRO. Attorney Cl k 21 Uncoln Road 6/10-17-24 7/1 S" 5 %  Piloting KORMAN N0T,CE "^^TfcT^UT" NOTICE I< I. Miami i ";' :l:l:v 1IVEN that n. Il,.tit|„„, nam mm ,„ NOTICE TO CREDITORS IX THE COUNTY JL'l• COl'RT X AND FOR DADE COUNTY, 22401 ~ m ,,R,JBATE I %  In Re. ESTATE OF W1LIJAM HERTZ. Deceased. To All Creditors and All Paraoni Harlug Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: Y "Uand each of you, are herebr notified and required to present aaj • lalnia and demands which you, or either of you. may have against tl estate of WILIJAM HERTZ deceaani late of Dade County. Florida, to tin Hon. W. F. BLANTON. County Judje 1 <>f Dade County, and file the same In I his office in the County CourthouM In Dade County, Florida, within eight %  calendar months from the .late of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal addren of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section ISO of tot 1933 Probate Act Date June etb," A.D 1949 Herman Wepman, Frieda Lutgarten. Rose Kaplan. Lillian Herts. Dr. M. J. Click. As Executors of the Last Will and Testament of WlUlam Herts, Deceased. HERMAN WEPMAN Attorney for th* Estate. 6/10-17-24 7/1 HAB, IN .'. %  A FRIEDMAN 32P ;-H\C.{!? COUNTY, "tiff. vs. '"fendant. MILTON • • • %  fLOIt^ DADE JANE -• .-'-! %  ,; "V ANN 5 ',,',' Y M i^'v' %  ABBOTT "•/10-17-Jl ; / llalnl| ff C, FEIQE. "eputy Clerk. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, deslrln K to t-ngago In business under the fictitious nann of OLSEN LUNCH at 335 N. E. I Mreet. In the City of Miami, norida. intends to register the said name *ly> the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Da County, Florida. „,_ MARTIN POIJC, Owner. "Ht.'AR RAPPAPORT, Attorney 51 Seybold Building /10-17-2 7/1 NOTICK UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN th" Jhe undersigned, desiring to engage u> business under the fictitious name o Little Doll House Beauty Salon *' • 7 8. W. Ith Street, Intends M register said name with the Clerk oi the Circuit Court of Dade Count), Florida. MART L. PRIDE ., Sole Owner /10-17-2 7/1-S NOTICK UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .... NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN tM' the undersigned, desiring to engage business under the fictitious name" SUSAN'S DRE8S SHOP at '": leah Drive. Hlaleah. Florida. !{• %  to register said name with the Lie' o* the Circuit Court of Dad* Counu. Florida. HATT,B ALENlbB t/l-U-H-M IA



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I.I94J (IDAY, JULY 1, 1949 +Jmisli ftcrldHar PAGE ELEVEN Vital Statistics Of Jewish Education Academic Year 1948 • 1949 A. P. GANNES, Executive Director, Bureau of Jewish Education The Jewish school year ended on Sunday, June 5, for Sunday Schools and on Thursday, June 16, for the other schools. This was the longest Jewish school year in the history of Miami and was in consonance with the opening and closing of the public schools. Hew Many Received a Jewish Education? According to the reports received at the office of the B.J.E. the total number of children receiving some form of Jewish education was 2,403. This number includes those who attended a total of eleven afternoon Hebrew and Yiddish schools, Sunday Schools, the All-Day School and those who were taught privately. Table I—Unduplicaied Registration Regifier Beth David (Conservative) 444 Beth El (Orthodox) 205 Beth Jacob (Orthodox) 105 Beth Sholom (Liberal) 365 Hebrew Academy (All-Day) 145 Miami Beach Jewish Center (Conservative) 373 juni Hebrew School (Orthodox) 142 Temple Isaiah (Reform) W Temple Israel (Reform) 265 United Jewish School 225 Workmen's Circle (Yiddish) 37 Hebrew High School (B.J.E.) Q ic Home 35 Lessons 50 2,463 How Many Children Attend Sunday School Only? A breakdown of the above table indicates that 1513 of the chil3 en attend Sunday School only, and receive no other additional ucation. This is 60% of the children receiving a Jewish education a the community. The increase in registration, it is quite evident, has been in the Sunday School. How Many Children Attend Hebrew and Other Schooli? 953 are receiving a Hebrew education. This number includes the students of the Hebrew Academy. If we add to this total the 37 children of the Workmen's Circle School and the 35 children studying at the Cardiac Home, the total number will be 1025 receiving a more intensive Jewish education. In other words about 40% of the registered children in Greater Miami are receiving more than a Sunday School education. Table II—Hebrew School b Yiddish School Registration Beth David "5 Beth El "5 Beth Jacob g Beth Sholom ,~ Hebrew Academy } Miami Beach Jewish Center • Miami Hebrew School j United Jewish School 1B 882 Private Lessons 50 Hebrew High School \\ Cardiac Home *;> DR.MARCUS HEADS REFORM RABBINICAL CONFERENCE Dr. Jacob R. Marcus, the Adolph S. Ochs Professor of Jewish History at the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, was elected president of the Central Conference of American Rabbis at its 60th anniversary conventior in Bretton Woods, New Hampshire. Dr. Marcus, who was recently elected chairman of the Publication Committee of the Jewish Publication Society, succeeds Dr. Abraham J. Feldman of Hartford, Conn., as president of the oldest and largest rabbinical organisation in the United States. One of the foremost American Jewish historians. Dr. Marcus is also director of the American Jewish Archives, and a vice president of the American Jewish Historical Society. He is the author of numerous books, the best known of which is "The Rise and Destiny of the German Jew." Hadassah Unit Gives Donor Fete Third annual donor dinner of the Miami Beach Business and Professional Division of Hadassah took place on Wednesday evening, June 22, at the Delano Hotel, Miami Beach. Jean Brown served as mistress of ceremonies and Marguritu Marx delivered the invocation. Lillian Goodman, president, gave a summary of the year's activities, in which she paid tribute to the officers and members of the board. Mrs. Murray Grossman, vice pre£ident of the southeastern region ol Hadassah, outlined the life of Henriette Szold. She stated that Florida has been declared a region by the national headquarters of Hadassah and expressed hope that the regional convention to be held in the spring of 1950 will be held in Miami Beach. Frances Lebon and Dorothy Parker rendered vocal duets, and the assembly aiso joined in singStudents Selected To Attend Camp Conclave Robert Shapiro and Mary Lou Nelson have been selected by the Congregation and Sisterhood of Temple Israel to attend the Youth Camp Conclave of Southeastern Federation of Temples to be held in Albany, Ga., on July 8, 9 and 10. Theme for this year's meeting will be "Youth in Judaism." THOUSANDS HAVE FOUND HAPPINESS through the Clara Lane Friendship Center WHY NOT YOU? Phone 82-3065 43 N. E. 2nd Street (opp. TeL Co. Bldg.) OPEN 10 A.M. TO 8 P.M. 11 :i ii!ii;iiiiiii!!ii!ii;iiitiuiii;inmiiiu*iiiu.iiiiimiiiiiuiimiiuiiuuiiiuia Kenholz Kosher Meat Products Phone 48-0346 For Free Delivery Anywhere 2634 PONCE DE LEON (Cor. Ahneria Ave.) Exclusive for "999" Real Kosher—New York MMH Workmen's Circle 37 1,025 Hew Many Jewish Children of School Age Are There in Greater Miami? ,,. T According to the census conducted by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation in 1947 and the estimated 9% increase for 1948, there are a little over 4,300 Jewish children of school age (ages 5-14). Using this as a basis (since comparatively few high school students are registered in the Jewish schools), very close to 60% of children are receiving one form of Jewish education or another. Table HI—Percentages of Jewish Children Receiving a Jewish Education 1. 69 4-% received some form of Jewish education (2463 as against 4300) 134 4-% receive a Sunday School only (1513 as against 4300) But of those attending the „.....* figure is 60% (1513 as against 2463) S. 23 4-% receive a more intensive „„. education }025 as against 4300 But of those attending it is 40% (1025 as against 2463) 4. 3*4% are receiving a very intensive education at the All-Day School (145 as against 4300 But of those attending it is 14 — %. .(145 as against 1025) ) '(only 59% of our children are receiving a Jewish education what about the other 41%? The writer estimates that at some time or other, more than 80% of our children receive some form of Jewish education. In view of the fact that children do not stay in the schools more thah an average of 2 or 3 years, not more than 59% attend at any one time. In other words about 30% go unschooled. It means that about 850 children do not get any Jewish schooling at all. To reach the unschooled is an important task. In the writer's opinion, however, a more intensive effort has to be made to retain children in attendance for more than 2 or 3 years. 2. The number of children studying in the Hebrew and other dauy afternoon schools is low. Parents must come to realize that a Sunday School education alone is inadequate. Additional time must be provided for Jewish studies. ..... 3. In our Sunday Schools the boys and girls are evenly divided with the girls having a slight edge. In the Hebrew Schools the registration is overwhelmingly that of boys. An effort must be made to encourage attendance of girls. Special classes for girls should be set up and a Bas Mitzvah tradition should be establish in the community, requiring a minimum of two or three years of Hebrew School education. 4. The 2 year Bar Mitzvah ruling (calling for 2 years Hebrew school education before a boy may become Bar Mitzvah on the Sabbath in a synagogue), should be extended to a 3 year regulation. SUMMARY TABLES 1947-1848 unber receiving Jewish education 1,853 by School only 909 >w School, Yiddish School, All-Day 891 mintage of Jewish children receiving Jewish education |t any one time 5 3 c 1948-1848 Ler receiving Jewish education 2,463 My School only 1 ,513 lw School, Yiddish. All-Day 1,025 ntage of Jewish children receiving Jewish Education f any one time • 5 9%, iSgjf 500 W. Flagler St. Miami—Phone 3-4639 NORTON PALLOT TIRE CO1454 Alton Rd.. Miami Beach—Phone 5-5115 LOUIS E. PALLOT, President ROYAL ,/



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PAGE TWELVE pJenlsWcrMtoi FRIDAY, JULY Carolyn Guthmann Wed To Donald Barmack In Candlelight Ceremony A candlelight ceremony at the Shelborne Hotel Tuesday united in marriage Miss Carolyn I. Guthmann. daughter of Mrs. Ruth Guthmarn. 3900 North Meridian Ave., and Donald Bruce Barmack. son oi Mr. and Mrs. Albeit Barmack. 620 Alton Road, Miami Beach. Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan read 'he rites. The bride, who was given in marriage by her uncle. Laurence Guth.T.ann, wore a gown of Alencon lace with bouffant skirt, fitted bodice and bolero. Her fingertip French illusion veil was secured by a Juliet cap of seed pearLs. She wore a strand of pearls and carried a white prayer book adorned with an orchid and stephanotis. Miss Greta Joseloff, maid of honor, was attired in pale lavendar marquisette over peach taffeta. Bridesmaids were Miss Rita Zalkin and Miss Joyce Shabat who wore pink and aqua taffeta respectively. They carried colonial bouquets. Dr. Lewis Gluechauf was best man for his nephew and ushers were Edward Guthmann. brother of the bride, and Laurence Guthmann. Jr., a cousin. The bride's mother wore royal blue crepe with an oreihid corsage. The bridegroom's mother chose brown lace with bronze accessories and a corsage of orchid*. A dinner in the hotel followed the ceremony. Mrs. Lewis Gluechauf was in charge of the guest book. Among the out-of-town guests were Mrs. Caroline Werner and Gustavo Uhry, New York; Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Guthmann. Chicago. The bride and bridegroom are graduates of Miami Beach High and are attending the University of Miami, where Mr. Barmack is in law school and a member of Zeta Beta T. .. fraternity. The couple will honevmoon in August. Making final plans for the dance to be sponsored by the Miami Business and Professional Division of Hadassah at the Ritz Plaia Hotel. Sunday evening. July 3. are ll. to r.) Saul A. Cohen, manager, Gertrude Krupnick and Fanny Levitt, general chairman. Hadassah Unit To Sponsor Dance Sunday Xight The Miami Business and Professional Division of Hadassah will sponsor its first Independence D.,v dance at the Ritz Plaza Hotel' 1701 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, Sunday evening. Fanny ; rvitt is general chairman. Assisting her are Gertrude Krupnick, Rosalyn Strauss, Goldie Sanders, Edith Bernstein and Maralene Lurie. Proceeds from this dance will be used towards the group's projecta in L-rael. Reservations may ide bv calling Miss Levitt at 81 oi Miss Strauss at 9-4843. Obituaries MAX MARK 719 Zamora Avenue, Coral ; eed .,•>• Sunday. FELIX LESSER Ag, West I'alm Beach. i> IB<1 ., Palm BeMH hospital re> retired whol.sale merchant, tin ired from Roma, remalni were nervli PI and burial ir LISTEN TO THE CQLRfeJ JEWISH FORUM RADIO g EVERY SATURDAY fZ FROM 8 TO 9 P.M. OVER STATION WW v M50 on th. rJr* Directed and Announce ^ j v • J 1 SIMON SEIDEN Parley Hears Plea For More Work For Civic Protection ATLANTIC CITY, (JTAi — American Jews were this week urged to devote the larger part of their organizational activities to the field of civic protection by Samuel E. Kratcak, grandmaitei of British Sholom, Jewish fraternal organization, which is holding its 43rd annual convetion here. One thousand delegates i Jewish Agency from all parts of the United States are attending the parley. A plea to American Jewry to "refrain from participation in the political affairs of Israel," was voiced last night at the convention's opening session by grand secretary Louis I. Gilgor. "Our people must be confined to economic support to a destitute people until the Jewish state is able to deal with these problems on its own. Ashes Of tfazl V in iins IIiiri*il In .11 TH sal %  in JERUSALEM. (JTAl—A coffin of ashes representing the remains of 200,000 German and Aust Jews murdered during the war by the Nazis was burled here this week following funeral processions held in Tel Aviv. Rehovot— residence of the Israeli President —and Jerusalem. "Words could not describe the calamity which has befallen German and Austrian Jewry.'' Dr. Wc izmann said. Eulogizing the victims, he added that the gravi in which the coffin will n will serve as a "reminder to all I Jews of the happenings of our times and as a warning to Israelis and to Jews abroad, : deeds of the enemy." Prior to being brought to Jeru] salem from Rehovot. the cofl was led through the streets of Tel Aviv in a special funeral procession witnessed by thousands of spectators. Traffic was halted in the city as a token of. homage to the Nazis' victims. The casket was met at tnt I ntrance to Jerusalem bv Joseph Sprinzak, speaker of the Knesset, as well as by members of the executive. Mayor to the Yes! urin Syni gt gue, v Rabbi Usiel di 'he final eulogy. Followii I banting of :•• %  : : • p: : tin El M ,• Racl ." the Kaddis • %  %  • tegi then : I to the tern] y c the Sai irti t whi re I TIIK 4.\ltll\ ON THE TRAIL 2235 S. W. 8th STREET PHONE 431W FAMOUS FOR GOOD FOOD Recommended by DUNCAN HINES VISIT OUR NEW PATIO— Open From 12 Noon — MRS. MARIA FREYER. Owner IDEAL FOR LUNCHEONS AND PRIVATE PARTIES ALPINE LOUNGE MAOIC RUDY From VIENNA Daniel Auter and Sephardic Chief Rabbi Ben Zion Usiel. With a large, restrained crowd :• • tendance. Minister of Religion Rabbi Judah L. Mainom del;-. the principal eulogy. Other t:ibutes were paid to the 200.000 martyrs by Mayor Auster and Dr Arieh Tartakower, of the Hebrew University. The cortege, numbering some 4.000 persons, slowly passed through Jerusalem's main streets THEY'RE SALT FREE! jflSS MARGARETEN MATZOHS are A tempting treat for everyone at all times, HOROWITZOven Crisp particularly welcome to people on special diets, because THEY CONTAIN NO SALT! TRIPLE-PACKED TO PROTECT FRESHNESS! Distributed by Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS, IXC T E M l LB IS AI A II Reform Jewish Congregation of Miami Beach" 1065 Dade Boulevard MR. GILBERT BALKIN Director of the Florida Region of the Anti Defamation Letgui of B'nai B'rith will be guest speaker. Subject: "RELIGION AND HUMAN RIGHTS" MR. SIEGFRIED GEISMAR Attorney, will conduct the service. A reception will follow. FRIDAY. JULY 1st. 8:15 P.M. The public is invited to attend l> A V I II S A N II R O It TAKES I'l EASVRK IN ANNOUNCING THE ACQUISITION OF THE FAMED MMIX LAKE HOTEL AND COTTAGES Loon Lake (Franklin Co.) 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FRIDAY. JULY 1, 1949 +kwUt fhridi&r PAGE THIRTEEN Sigma II ho AZA Wins State Award Sigma Rho Chapter of AZA was presented with the Milton A. Friedman Best Chapter Award Tuesday night at the state convention at the Hillsborough Hotel in Tampa. Bob Hurwitz, Sigma Rho president, accepted the award on behalf of the fraternity. The award, given to the best all-round chapter, was presented to Sigma Rho for their six-fold program, which includes cultural, religious, inter-chapter, social, athletic and community service activities. Tampa Chapter came in second and was closely followed by Miami Chapter No. 322. Rita Steisman, who represented Sigma Rho at the convention, was selected state sweetheart of the organization. Other candidates for the honor were Shirley Slaff, Tampa, and Marilyn Miller, St. Petersburg. Miamians Leave For Camp Osceola A group of Greater Miami boys and girls will depart tomorrow for annual summer sessions at Camp Osceola for Boys at Hendersonville, N. C, and Camp Osceola for Girls at Horse Shoe, N. C., Herbert Silver, director of the camps, announces. Boys who will camp at Osceola are Daniel and Mitchell Appelrouth, Danny Baitcher, Norman Broad, David Ebenstein, Sidney Ehrens, Marshall Garber, Stewart Greenstein, Buddy Hayden, Howard Hummel, Marshall Kline, Stephen Kurlander, Peter Levin, Stephen Maloff, Danny Moret, Leonard Morgen, Louis Pinder, Norman Segal, Paul Shorr, Mitchell and Spencer Snyder, Wayne Tobin and Bernard Wolfson. Girls who will spend the summer at Osceola are Edith BlumenthaL Roberta Cameron, Helen Degutz, Susan Fenton, Harriet Gans, Ella Galvan, Susan Grossman, Joy and Susan Kane, Francine Kaufman, Barbara and Paulette Kohn, Helen Liss, Barbara Rabinowitz, Barbara Rosen, Sandra Shapiro, Elza Jane Sherman and Norman Wolfson. Counselors at the boys' camp will be Coach Tom Cushing, Allen Shaw, Julius Maselstein and Ronald J. Mann, while Helen Cushing, Edith Feldman, Ellye Hayden, Selma Hayden, Doris Rabinowitz and Muriel Schafer have been selected as counselors at the girls camp. Bar Association Elects Leaders John H. Wahl, Jr., was elected president of the Dade County Bar Association this week. Others elected to oft ice were C. Clyde Atkins, first vice president; John W. Prunty, third vice £ resident; Arnold Ross, treasurer; lilton M. Ferrell, secretary; Albert B. Bernstein and J. Mark Wilcox, directors, third class. Subject to run-off election within the next week are: J. Tillman Pearson and Thomas H. Wakefield for second vice president; Sidney M. Aronovitz, Douglas D. atchelor, David M. Turner and Id R. Vann, for two directors, first class; Joseph Creel Dante Fascell, J. Carringtoi Gramling, Jr., W. O. Mehrtens Sidney L. Segall and H. H. Taylor Jr., for three directors, seconc class. ZOA President Praises Aims Of Israel Music Foundation Perl in ui l er Associates Succeeds Feuer And Eisenstein, Realtors The firm of Julius Jay Perltivity in the coming months which mutter Associates, Inc., realtors, has succeeded to the organization and location of Feuer & Eisenstein, the real estate firm at 309 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Effective today Julius Jay Perlmutter Associates, Inc. moves into these new offices as a further step in their expansion program. The entire organization of 13 salesmen and saleswomen of the Feuer & Eisenstein firm will be retained, and additional personnel, specialists in their respective fields, will be added to the staff. These specialists will be assigned to each of the categories of real estate as heads of departments, which will include residential properties (homes and lots), commercial properties (improved and vacant), hotels and hotel sites, apartment houses and sites, business opportunities, mortgages and loans and property maragement. "Despite the present stagnant market," Perlmutter said, "I am looking forward to increased acwill surprise many people. This move represents our confidence in Miami Beach's future. We are proceeding with the full knowledge that some of the finest elements and families in the country will invest in, live in and contribute to the expansion of Miami Beach." Morton Russack is vice president of the company. RESERVATIONS NOW BEINO ACCEPTED COLONIAL INN HENDERSONVILLE. N. C. STRICTLY KOSHERAMERICAN PLAN Delicious Meals Rooms with Private Baths All Sports Facilities Including Swimming Pool Now Under the Management of O. Handel—I. Friedlander Operators of Hotel Boston, Miami Beach Daniel Frisch. (left), newly-elected president of the Zionist Organisation of America, receives an album of the first recordings issued by the Israel Music Foundation from Martin Adolf. vice president of the Foundation, in New York City. Praising the Foundation's activities in recording and disseminating a broad repertoire of Israeli music, Mr. Frisch referred to this program as "outstanding in scope and most promising of bringing about a 'closer bond between Israel and Jewries outside of its physical boundaries." The ZOA is establishing a Music and Art Committee, which has adopted as one of its first projects the dissemination of Israeli music in cooperation with the Foundation. ^ Keys' Fishing Tourney Now In Progress The largest holiday weekend crowd ever gathered in the Florida Keys* history is expected this weekend within the 90 to 100 mile boundary of the third annual Florida Keys Summer Fishing tournament between Homestead and Marathon. The event, since its May 15 opening, has already attracted almost three times as many participants over the same period as a year ago. The tournament, open to the public without entry fees, has made available a great array of special trophies, prizes and citations for the "man, woman or child rod and reel angler from any place in the world" for outstanding catches in the three divisions of general, still fishing or trolling; plug casting and fly casting. The only requirement, besides catching the fish with a rod and reel, is that the catch or catches be weighed at one of the 23 official weighing stations between Homestead and Marathon as designated by a large official black and yellow sign. At that point the catch can be officially weighed and registered on a regulation entry blank. get the honest full quart! flet dl|U0t dub 15< (Pronounced KLKIK-O) Pin 0*f*^ Wanted Dora Golsztajn, who came to America in 1912 with her children, Leo and Masza, to join her husband, Herzl, in New York, is being sought by Henia Malinkent, nee Ickowicz. daughter of Isik and Chaja Ickowicz of Lodz, Poland. Mr. Golsztajn died shortly after the birth of another daughter and Mrs. Golsztajn is reported to be living in Florida. Sam Lobel, born in Ploesti, Romania, in 1900, last known address Wilkins Ave., Bronx, N. Y., now reported to be operating a fruit market in Florida, is being sought by his sister, Ella Copolovici, nee Ella Loebel, of Bucharest, Romania. Her mother's name was Cilly and her father's Jacobson. Anyone able to offer information concerning their present whereabouts is asked to call Mrs. Florence Finkelstein, executive secretary of the National Council of Jewish Women, at 3-6554. qet mOrQ Of the fineSt Fin* flavor-aged ginger ^ ale .. liver-'er sparkling water... and 4 ounces more than many so-called "big" botrlei. Your best boyl Bottled by SOUTHERN BEVERAGE DISTRIBUTORS 2155 N.W. 7th Avenue. Miami, Phone 3-3121 Let BERNIE SAFFER Worry ... About Your • FOOD • FLOWERS • MUSIC Entertainment and the other thousand details lor your Wadding*, Bar Mltzvahs. Engagements, Lawn Parties, Cocktail Parties, Children Parries, Meetings. Buffets. A Complete Catering Service PHONE 9-0573 JACK k JILL 24 N.W. 7th 8. Off Miami Ave. The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH TheOnly Community-Wide Kashruth Association Participating agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Any chickens without the ring which bears the insignia f|*1Dl is not endorsed by the Vaad. Other information in the field of Kashruth in this area may be obtained by calling our Director, Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. 818 Michigan Avenue. Miami Beach. Phone 5-3595. HARRY SIRKIN. Pres. H. SOOTIN. Secy. A. M. BEAR. Vice Pres. S. LOBEL. Treas. ACE RUG CLEANERS 26 S. W. South River Drive Phone 9-1155 RUGS CLEANED, DYED and DEMOTHED Carpet Laying and Repairing FURNITURE CLEANING GRADE "A" PRODUCTS SERVING GREATER MIAMI MILK — CREAM — ICE CREAM CHILDREN NEED Homogenized Vitamin "D" Milk PHONE 5-5537 WE 0 H D 0 THE lOj^Jl: ^^ Accurofi ,


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FRIDAY. JULY PAGE FOURTEEN *Jtni$tlTkjriM2£ RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY r*-1.. "#-^-*. —IITF 'Wv -' Mr. and Mrs. GUbert Goldman of 4622 North Bay Road MUmjJfcjjdj. en.er.amed ,^group of friends at an informal buffet supper and card party at the Delano Hotel last wee promi nent guests was the newly elected Mayor Turk and his wife. Cancer Institute To Open Wednesday The Dade County Cancer Institute will open as a cancer detection clinic on Wednesday, July 6, according to an announcement by J. Gerald Lewis, president. The institute will be open three days each week. Monday between 10 a.m. and 12 noon: Wednesday between 1 and 3 p.m.: Friday between 10 a.m. and 12 noon. On each day a rotating panel of five physicians, all members of the Dade County Medical Association, will be on duty to take care of the applicants who have made appointments on the days and hours indicated. Nurses and x-ray technicians will also be on duty. The medical staff will be under the supervision of the medical advisory board of the Dade County Cancer Institute all of whom are members of the Dade County Medical Association. More than 100 physicians, all members of the Dade County Medical Association, have already indicated their desire to become members of the staff of the Dade County Cancer Institute. Facilities for diagnosis and treatment will be added to the detection service in the near future, Lewis states. "Applicants who have been medically advised of a cancer will not be eligible a.applicants to the detection institute." Lewis advises, "nor will applicants with an income over S3.000 per year be eligible unless recommended to the institute by a physician. All appointments must be made previously bv phoning the institute at 2-5131." The campaign just completed netted a bit over $40,000 for the institute, as reported by Oscar Miller, campaign chairman and H. A. Binder, director of the promotion. Beth Sholom Announces Time Change For Service Shepard Broad, president of Temple Beth Sholom, announces a change in the time of the Temple's summer schedule. Beginning tonight the time of the Friday evening service will be changed from 6 p.m. to 8:15 p.m. In issuing the announcement of the change, Mr. Broad stated: "We took a poll of the membership to ascertain their preference for services durinp the summer. The majority of those who responded indicated that they preferred 8:15 p.m. and accordingly the change in time will be instituted tonight and will continue throughout the summer months.' Cerebral Palsy Clinic To Open Speech Classes The Cerebral Palsy Association. Inc.. 304 S.W. 8th Ave.. will open summer classes in speech therapy July 5. Mathilda Davis, registered speech therapist, will be instructor. Parents of children suffering from cerebral palsy are asked to register their children immediately by calling Mrs. Jones, registrar, at 2-6393, as only a limited number of applications can be accepted. "There will be no charge foi members of the association." Mrs Jones said, "and others will be asked only a very nominal fee to defray the cost of the therapist. There are now 33 patients receiving physio-therapy and occupational therapy at the clinic." Non-Surgical Treatment of HERNIA (Rupture) HEMORRHOIDS CHRONIC DISEASES DR. LONG'S CLINIC 21 S. W. 13th Avenue PHONE 3-2748 ii.il|Mi in Given Medical Decree Bernard Halpenn. 194 N.W. 24th St.. was among the 35 members of the class of 1949 who received thenBa of .Medicine degrei the Chicago Medical School at commencement exercises Saturday mon ing at the John B. Murphy Memorial Auditorium of the American College of Surgeons in Chicago. Dr. Clark Kuebler, president of Ripon College, Ripon. Wis., was i : speaker at the ceremoi ies, Other speakers included Lestei N Selig, chairman of the board of trustees, and Dr. John J. SI i inin, dean of the schi i >L In recognition of "th< outstanding work done by Dean Sheinin .n securing full accreditation for the school last Novi mber," the I of trustees, upon the recommendation of t:, fa ulty, conferred upon him an honorary degree oj Doctor of Science. Dr. John C. Evans, vice chairman of the board of trustees was granted an honorary Doctor of Laws degree "for invaluable service to the school over a period of years." Mamchet. Congreg.tion Bett Jacob (Or(,.,,„. |:oo i.. 11:00 noon. Miami Beach Jewiih Community Center (ConservetiTe). 1701 Washington A*... Miami Beech. Rabbi Irring Lehman. Cantor Jacob Y. Goldrlng. Friday .-vening service at :• •*; „.,l,v morning service at Rab U-himan will speak on the Weekly Portion t the Uw. DaB* services at .. MI and 1:46 p.m. Jewish Community Center (Conservative). 2020 Polk SU Hollywood. Rabbi Max Kaufman. Friday evening service al 8:15 p.m. Saturday services at 9:30 a.m. Kl.ldush after the morning services. Temple Beth Sholom (Liberal). 4144 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronlsh; Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Friday evening summer service nt 8:15 p.m. Congregation Beth El (Orthodox). 590 S.W. 17th ATO. Rabbi Murray Grauer, Cantor Milton Friedman. [day evening aervlcea t:30. xbhath morning servloa at l:M •'• Junior congregation at I" a.m. Mim-ha ai 5:30 followed by Bhalos Beudoe. Dally services s a.m. and I :| p.m. Temple Emanu-El (Reform). 1801 S. Andrews Aye.. Fort Lauderdale. Dr. Marius Ransom Rabbi. Piidas • v. nine aervioea at 8:00. Hal bl Ranson ui officiate, Congregation Keneseth Israel (Orthodox). 432 Espanola Way. Miami Beach. Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m. s.it irday morning services at 9 a.m. Mlncha at 5 p.m. followed by Shalos Seudos. Spend Your SUMMER VACATION at the De Soto Hotel and Health Resort SAFETY HARBOR. FLORIDA Rest and relax at one of the West Coast's finest hotels. Spring Vacation rates of $8 per day. American Plan, effective now. TELEPHONE: CLEARWATER, FLA., 2567 MIRRORS FINEST QUALITY MADE TO ORDER IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Auto Glass Installed --Furniture Tops Stora 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 Builders of Immortal Memorials for the Jewish Trade Look For (he 2-Story While Building THURMOND MONUMENT Co. MARKERS S35.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES Open Sundays Phone 4-3249 Israelite Center (General), Ua 8.W. 24th St. '' *• Dally services at 7 a.m. Frld. ,-. .ervlcea at ( p.m. Refreshment,S be aervad Immediately toOowtia i2 services. Saturday morning ?,!*! at a.m. """" United Jewish Schools. Horti Campus, University of MismL Discontinued until fall. Congregation both TliUh (Or thodox), 935 Euclid Aye., MUaj Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rici orsky. Friday evening service at 8:45 Saturday morning at 8:10 nS3 Rackovaky will conduct seniott ui apeak on the "Unjustlfy th MBVI Haturday at 6:10 p.m. Itabhl Rirk. ovaky will apeak on •'rMucatlon n i Practice," followed by Mlni-ha. Shalos Seudoa and program of p,i aatlnl&n songs. Maariv win follow Dally aervlcea at 7:30 a.m. class % %  Mlshna will be addressed by the Rabbi Servlcea t 7:00 p.m. followed by 1 class In Jewish laws and customs. Temple Israel (Reform), in N.E. 19th St. Rabbi Colmao A, Zwitman; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplu Rabbi Emeritus. Sabbath evening service at l:li. Corel Gables Jewish Cental (Liberal). Services discontinued until the faO. Tempi* Isaiah (Reform), IOCS Dade Bird.. Miami Beach. Rabbi David Raab. Friday evening services at MS. Siegfried Oelsmar will 1 .induct tit service In the absence of Rabbi David Raab. (Jurat speaker will be Oilbm llalkln. AIM. director Whose subjKt will be "Religion and Human Klgbti." A reception sponsored by the Sisterhood will follow. Religious Congregation, 40M N.W. 4th St. Serviced Saturday morning at ):H o'clock. Miami Hebrew School and Cos qregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W. 12th Are. Rabbi Simon April Cantor Berele Kelemer. Services Friday evening at I:L Saturday morning at S:3o a.m Minthi at 8:30 p.m. followed by Bhalos Seudn Hebrew school vacation from July I to August 1.1 Dally service) .11 M p.m. and 6:*5 p.m. 'Bui/ a case of CooKWbrt BAUANTINE ALEQDBEER Distributed by STATE BEVERAGE DISTRIBUTORS OF MIAMI. INC. SAM BLANK, Pres. Phone 88-3431 LISTEN TO THE •Jewish Musical Hour WTTT-1490 on Your Dial JACOB SCHACHTER Director NORMAN R. LYONS Newscaster and Historical Narrator N SXrf. OUR TIMES A WEEK SUNDAY FROM 10 AM TO 11 A.M. MONDAY, WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY FROM 1 P.M. TO 1:30 P.M. AUGUST BROS RV ^ Is the Of ST? *" The Showcase of Good Food THe GOVERNOR CAFETERIA MIAMI BEACH 1225 WASHINGTON AVE. MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY Offers to DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES A 5-POINT PURCHASE PLAN Wise Counseling e Beautiful Landscaping • Perpetual Car* • Pre Need Budget Plan • Special Protective Features Ideally Located Near Weet Flagler at 53rd Avenue General Offlce-Olympi. Bid*. For Information Phone 3-37 RABBI 8. M. MACHTEI. Exec. Vioe-Preeldeni ROBERT YAFFEY. Sales Director



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FRIDAY, JULY I, 1949 Jewlsl> n$ricftoin_ PAGE FIFTEEN Beach Hadassah Board Meets First board meeting of the Miami Beach Group of Hadassah since the election of new officers was held Monday at the Saxony Hotel, with Mrs. Alexander Kogan presiding. The following committee appointments were made: Youth Aliyah, Mrs. Leonard Barr; membership, Mrs. Fred Jonas; ways and means, Mrs. Joseph Shawmut; J.N.F boxes, Mrs. Irwin Makovsky, Mrs. Arthur Simon; J.N.F. trees, Mrs. Leon Ell; publicity, Mrs. Ida Goldberg; vacation project, Miss Elsie Schwabe; Chai cards, Mrs. Irving Rothman; Hadassah supplies, Mrs. Irving Westin, Mrs. Freda Newman; moving picture project. Mrs. David Harris; program, Mrs. Wm. Farr; political affairs, Mrs. Murray Grossman; Federation, Mrs. Murray Maurer; editor of monthly bulletin, Mrs. Herman Popkin; bulletin chairman to chapter board, Mrs. Harold Spaet; spoons, Mrs. Beulah Davis; hospitality, Mrs. Jack Udell; youth commission, Mrs. Joseph Shawmut; child welfare, Mrs. Samuel Lipton. Plans were formulated for summer activities, including a gala dance to be held on July 3D with Mrs. Bernard Silverman, chairman, and Mrs. Joseph Halfon and Mrs. Jack Chutkow, co-chairmen. Reservations may be made bv calling Mrs. Halfon or Mrs. Chutkow. Proceeds from this affah will go toward the building of a hospital in the Negev area of Israel. Also on the agenda is a card party to be held at the Ambassador Cafeteria during the latter part of August with Mrs. Beulah Davis, chairman. Postmaster To Speak At Sholem Lodge Lunch "Operation—Post Office" will be the subject of a talk by Miami Postmaster Samuel R. Valliere today at 12:15 p.m. at the Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, luncheon in the Downtowner Restaurant. Chairman William L. Pallot will introduce the speaker. The weekly luncheon meetings, now in their third year, are part of the lodge civic affairs program designed to interest the membership in vital current events. Prominent speakers in the fields of business, government, religion and education address the group at their Friday meetings. A question period follows the address and the luncheons are open to all B'nai B'rith members and their friends. BBYW President Visits Mrs. Seymour S. Cohen, national president of B'nai B'rith Young Women, who has been in Miami for the District No. 5 convention of the BBYW, is on an extended visit at the home of her parentsin-law, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Cohen, 1864 S.W. 14th Terr. Mr. Cohen is past national president of the B'nai B'rith Young Men and is now the BBYO director of Western Pennsylvania and West Virginia with offices in Pittsburgh. He will join his wife today. SUNRAYPARK HEALTH RESORT HOTEL-SANITARIUM rot RUT. COWVALEJCEKCt ...-iw'S.^OU-T laC QJMDss UNITED JEWISH APPEAL FUNDS MAKE POSSIBLE REBIRTH OF WAR-SHATTERED SETTLEMENT Mrs. Lippman, Family In N.Y. To Attend Unveiling Mrs. Rose Lippman, 1349 S.W. 7th St., accompanied by her sons, Edward and Seymour, and daughter, Beatrice, left for New York to attend the unveiling of a monument to the memory of her -on, Harold, who passed away July 30, 1948, at the Kingsbridge Veterans Hospital in New York. Harold, who was in the initial units of the D-Day invasion, was wounded in St. Lo, France. He was awarded a Purple Heart. Mrs. Lippman and family aie staying at the Piccadilly Hotel during their New York stay. £UBsrmrrc&> The agricultural settlement of Negba. at the northern edge of the Negev Desert of Israel, was one of the first to be attacked last year when war broke out in Palestine. Subjected lo conslant shelling, virtually every building in the settlement was damaged (see top). For the past few months, the residents of Negba have been busy rebuilding (bottom) their homes and other structures. Its experiences of the past year —its defense, its destruction and its rebuilding—are typical of the agricultural settlements of Israel. The rebuilding of Negba, so that it can one* again house its residents, as well as absorb some of the thousands of newcomers entering Israel is made possible through funds provided by the United Jewish Appeal. JJUNE) V Al M HEALTH EBBS RECOMMENDED for invalids, babies and special diet cases ft BESTBUTTER SWEET SAITWWHIPPED Hebrew School Holds Last Meeting Of Season The Miami Hebrew School and Congregation held its last meeting of the season Wednesday evening in the school building at 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Following the short business meeting a reception was given in honor of Rabbi and Mrs. Simon April, who left yesterday for a six-week vacation. Mrs. Joseph Schwadron was in charge of arrangements. Assisting her were Mrs. Gershon August and Mrs. Jack Stone. Yiddish Theatre On the Air W1IVZ (940 on Your Dial) EVERY SUNDAY 12:00 Noon to 1:30 P. M. EVERY TUESDAY 6:00 to 7:00 P. M. Yiddish Classical Hour EVERY SUNDAY A Variety of Stars in the Latest Recordings Available CLASSICAL— LITURGICAL AND FOLK MUSIC Listen to our New Feature Yiddish Theatre On the Air M. Nasatir, Program Director Gables Lodge To Hold Card Party And Social A card party and social will be sponsored by the Coral Gables Lodge, B'nai B'rith, on Saturday, July 16, at 8:30 p.m. at the Coral Gables Woman's Club. Alvin Corenblum, chairman of the affair, has announced that special mah jong tables will be set up for the ladies and refreshments will be served. Tickets at $1.25 per person may be secured from Coral Gables Lodge members or at the door. FREE FREE FREE Demomtration—No Obligation LOUIS J. WINE Elecirolux Vacuum Cleaner Bonded Electrolux Factory Rep. Sales and Service For Appointment Phone 3-8019 1650 8. W. 6th STREET STILL THE BEST* THE OBIBIKAL KOSHER KITCHEN SOAP For cleaning dishes, glassware, 'pott and pans. 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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
July 1, 1949

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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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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The Jewish Floridian
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
VOLUME 22Number 26
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JULY 1. 1949
PRICE TEN CENTS
Lausanne Peace Meet
Adjourns Two Weeks
TSANNE, (JTA) The
M Nations Conciliation Com-
Bn for Palestine this week
Bleed that it would adjourn
u-ab-Israeli peace parley
Sihewtrom July l to July 18. The
libers of the commission will
lain here during the recess, but
tn-ad i and four Arab delega-
pvill return to their respec-
kpitals for discussions and
Instructions.
commission's official state-
as as follows: "The Pales-
nciliation Commission has
after consultations with
the Bab and Israeli delegations
to B its next meeting beginning
BB at Lausanne. The com-
Hl plans, however, to hold
Bparate meetings with the
Bknd Israeli delegations be-
Bjhis short interruption,
phile, the committees creat-
the commission will con-
Junctioning on the basis of
which have been sub-
Ifor consideration."
""^commission met with the
Htor three hours earlier be-
Suing its statement. It is
Hood that the U.N. body
B> meet the Israelis next
.-.vvkBjr the last time prior to
Bterruption." It will meet
the Bjbs from Egvpt, Syria, Le-
MBnd Transjordan later. The
of these meetings will
Bsk the delegates to get
i- :f I instructions from their
Blents on two main issues
r.-'-Bes and territory.
Hsraelis will be asked to
Bleu position in more spec-
Sps on the subject of the
-*f B The Arabs will be re-
u' sr. to state specifically how
Irabs each country Is pre-
Bd accept for resettlement.
Bimission, it appears, has
Tlon from Washington and
B/ which indicates that the
exchange of views be-
Bsraeli and United States
Bjtatives was designed to
B Israel's definitive policy
gai Kg the refugees.
AivBinresolved is the major
jirii;Bu problem. United States
olicy till urging Israel to give
TritoVbl compensation for hold-
i^ gkto Western Galilee. The
iio'-'Wi view i^ that any terri-
irial compensation is acceptable,
at mBjler to appease the Arabs
id the British, concessions in
Negev would be advisable,
he latest Arab proposal made in
lis connection is held here to
fleet the British viewsand
so the Americans-- as to the
nal itrritorial settlement.
vided between Transjordan and
Egypt. The region west of it (in-
cluding the Gaza coastal strip,
with several hundred thousand
Arab residents and refugees)
would go to Israel. Surrender of
the Gaza strip to Israel has not
yet been mentioned openly by
the Arabs, but Egypt and Trans-
jordan have been saying that they
would gladly give up the strip if
the Negev partition as proposed
by them is accepted by Israel.
Raymond Hare, U.S. represent-
ative on the commission, will re-
turn to Washington this week
and it is not expected here that
he will return to Lausanne. It is
believed that President Truman
will nominate a new representa-
tive for the commission.
Rabbinical Assembly Opposes Priority
For Israel; Stresses U.1 Spiritual Needs
KIAMESHA LAKE, N. Y., cated to the organic view of Juda-
(JTA)In a resolution adopted j ism" was advocated by Dr. Robert
at the concluding session of the
49th annual convention of the
Rabbinical Assembly of America
here this week, unanimous en-
dorsement was given to current
efforts to support Jewish life in
Israel. The resolution added, how-
ever, that "the needs of our own
community must not be tabled at
this crucial moment."
The resolution said: "We cannot
approve of giving that priority to
one Jewish need which would
give a secondary place to the re-
ligious and cultural upbuilding of
American Judaism." The assem-
bly warned Jews in this country
that they risk "irreparable dam-
age to our survival as a commun-
ity unless they provide a fuller
measure of support for religious
and cultural institutions."
The 200 Conservative rabbis
attending the convention pledged
their aid in reaching the national
goal of $1,972,000 in next fall's
campaign in behalf of the Jewish
Theological Seminary of America,
the United Syngogue of America
and the Rabbinical Assembly.
Rabbi David Aronson, of Minne-
apolis, was reelected president of
the assembly.
A new concept of organized
Jewish life in America centering
on "a voluntary community dedi-
Israel Takes Arab
Threats Seriously
TEL AVIV, (JTA) Arab
threats to renew the war against
Israel are being considered seri-
ously by Israeli authorities, it
was learned here. Official circles
asserted this week that the Arab
threats "are not empty" because
they are accompanied by mili-
tary preparations. This activity
can only be halted by a peace
agreement, and not by pressure
on Israel, these same circles in-
sist.
Israeli Army Day will be cele-
brated on the anniversary of
Theodor HerzPs deathJuly 17
a military high command an-
nouncement said this week Mili-
tary parades will be held in Jeru- record in opposition to "Federal
or state aid to educational insti-
tutions maintained by religious
groups, Jewish or Christian." The
action was taken following the
Hungarians Quit Israeli
Communist Party
TEL AVIV, (JTA)The Hun-
garian section of the Israeli Com-
munist Party, one of the largest
groups in the movement, with-
drew from the party in protest
against the conviction in Buda-
pest last week of Hungarian Zion-
ist leaders charged with aiding
Reform Rabbis Ask For Inclusion
Of Jerusalem In Jewish State
report of its Committee on Church
ind State, headed by Dr. Joseph
L. Fink of Buffalo. Dr. Fink said
BRETTON WOODS, N. H.,
(JTA)The inclusion of Jeru-
salem within the boundaries of
Israel was asked by the Centra)
Conference of American Rabbis
in a resolution adopted this week
following the report of its Com-
mission on Justice and Peace to
its 60th anniversary convention.
The Reform rabbis urged that
"Jerusalem should be incorpor-
ated with the boundaries of Is-
rael where it belongs by virtue
of history and population." They
rejected the suggestion of some
that Jerusalem be international-
ized and expressed confidence
that under an Israeli administra-
tion the "Holy Places will enjoy
peace and security."
The conference also went on
salem, Tel Aviv and Haifa. The
celebration will honor the mem-
ory of those who fell in battle
last year.
Gordis.
The main features of the plat-
form which Rabbi Gordis out-
lined called for recognition of
unity among Jews throughout the
world, "Jewish religion as the
heart of Jewish expression," and
Israel as the source of creativity
to enrich the lives of Jews every-
where.
that the problem of separation
if church and state "is growing in
vehemence as well as in interest.
There are signs that the people
of America are becoming increas-
ingly aware of the far-reaching
implications of the issue." The
report expressed "absolute devo-
tion to the principle of religious
freedom in America and an un-
reachable wall of separation be-
tween church and state."
In the annual conference lec-
ture, Rabbi Abram M. Granison
of New York, assistant to the
president of the Jewish Institute
of Religion, attacked both the Na-
tional Conference of Christians
and Jews and the Council of
Judaism, declaring that Jewish
support of both of them is an evi-
dence of Jewish group inferiority
complex. Rabbi Granison said
that Jewish dignity should de-
mand "something more from the
good will movement than the
make-believe brotherhood, at
which Jews rub elbows with
Christians at round-tables under
the auspices of the national con-
ference of several Christians and
a few Jewsjust to some sweet
nothings in the form of pious and
inocuous platitudes."
illegal mass migration of Jews to In the annual conference ser-
Israel. This is the second split in mon, delivered by Dr. Bernhard
the Israel Communist ranks in J- Bamberger of New York, it was
the last five months, 25 members
having been expelled earlier for
"nationalist deviations."
Israel Will Not Resume War With Arabs,
Even In Territorial Dispute, Official Says
Perons Honored
By Jewish Group
BUENOS AIRES. (JTA)Ar-
ArarTKesrne" argue "that the'gentin e President Juan Peron,
, i fmm em Auia nn the Fovn- Mrs. Peron and other high of-
SSie**hugk"Sersheba ctab of the government were
Brtron is the traditional 8ests of honor at reception ar-
TEL AVIV, (JTA)Israel will
not resume the war against the
Arabs even over a territorial dis-
pute, Premier David Ben Gurion
declared at Ramat Hakovesh this
week. At the same time, he
warned that the Arabs may re-
1S
link between Egypt and
and other Arab
Tfce Arabs propose that the
bn partitioned, with the
iba-El Auja road and the
aq oi ii jo Iseo uoiSaj
Appoints
Mreetor
NEW YORK. (JTA)The ap-
ointmenlf of Stanley Abramo-
tch ran Joint Distribution
, ( i I welfare worker in
urope, I the J.D.C.'s first di-
Kran was announced
ty Moses A. Leavitt,
^Bce chairman of the
committee.
Mr AJmmovitch, a British cit-
., -.-iit^Eume his new duties
hen Kapital of Iran, within
bee 1945 he has super-
j 1) i"l relief, resettlement
uction operations in
half of wish displaced per-
Lhi forenwald and Wind-
DP Kips in Germany. In
Mr bramovitch .will in-
I expand programs of
lical -ii'education and gen-
I among the 90,000
Bromen and children
ivin Mk country.
ranged here this week by the
Organization Israelita Argentina
for Pablo Manguel, newly-ap-
pointed Argentine Minister to Is-
rael. Mr. Manguel is expected to
leave for Tel Aviv within a few
months to take up his new duties.
President Peron, speaking at
the gathering said: "I feel a deep
fondness and great respect to-
wards Israel." Lauding Argentine
Jews for their honesty and dilig-
ence, Peron voiced the hope that
Manguel would become the
bridge between Argentina and Is-
rael and that he would aid Israel
and ask for Israel's aid if neces-
sary. Peron concluded his re-
marks with the toast, "Long Live
Israel!"
Madame Peron declared that
the appointment of a Jew as Ar-
gentine Minister to the new state
proved that Peron repudiates rac-
ism. Responding, the new Minis-
ter asserted that the Jewish state
"repealed David's deed in defeat-
ing Goliath." All major Jewish
groups participated in the recep-
tion and several Jewish leaders
including the president of the
DAIA, central representative
Jewish body in Argentine, ex-
pressed the thanks of Argentine
Jewry to Peron.
Tel Aviv Gets
$81,000,000 Loan
To Improve Port
TEL AVIV, (JTA)The city of
Tel Aviv has received a loan of
27,000,000 pounds (approximately
$81,000,000) from undisclosed
sources for the conversion of its
port to a deep water harbor, it
was revealed here by Meyer Is-
rael Rokach. Mr. Rokach made
the announcement when he pre-
sented his annual budget to the
municipal council.
The Jewish Agency is unable
to cope with the many health
problems arising as a result of
the large immigration movement,
Health Minister Moshe Shapira
this week told the Knesset. He
described conditions in the crowd-
ed transient camps as "hygieni-
cally dangerous." Declaring that
nurses are badly needed by gov-
ernment hospitals at this time,
the Minister issued a call for vol-
unteers. Mr. Shapira disclosed
that the government added 500
beds to various hospitals last
month, bringing the total under
its supervision to 1,300 as con-
trasted witir the 400 which it took
over at the end of the Manatory's
regime.
Premier David Ben Gurion and
Daniel Frisch, newly elected
president of the Zionist Organi-
zation of America, met for two
hours this week. They discussed
cultural, economic and philan-
thropic ties between American
Jewry and the Jews of Israel.
The Premier stressed Israel's
need for investment capital as
well as its need for American
"know-how." After the interview,
Mr. Frisch told newsmen that the
Premier is a "man of destiny."
He also revealed that he will ad-
vocate the extension of Marshall
Plan aid to Israel when he re-
turns home.
open the war which, he said,
would be more severe this time
than last.
The Transjordan Arab Legion
has begun training thousands of
Arab youth for early resumption
of the hostilities against Israel, it
was reported here. Further evi-
dences of Transjordan's hostile
intent were the construction of
pillboxes along the Israeli-Trans-
jordan border and spot announce-
ments over the Transjordan-con-
trolled Ramallah radio repeating
the slogan: "Guard Your Guns!"
This slogan was coined by John
Glubb Pasha, British-born former
commander of the Arab Legion,
who recently warned villagers not
to sell arms to "foreigners who
might infiltrate Arab territory."
Also reported was a decision
by a conference of Arab Pales-
tine leaders near Ramallah to
conscript Palestine Arabs between
the ages of 18 and 45 into a "Pal-
estine Defense Corps. Other deci-
sions of the conference include
placing strong armed forces along
the Israeli border, distributing
arms to villages and swearing un-
faltering allegiance to King Ab-
dullah "who has graciously pro-
mised to support the Palestine
Arab movement."
Meanwhile, the mixed Israeli-*
pointed out that Judaism is more
than "a valuable phase of Jewish
national culture, that it has a
prophetic message of the uni-
versal good to all mankind."
Israel-Transjordan
Commission Meets
JERUSALEM, (JTA)The Is-
raeli-Transjordan mixed armistice
commission met here for six hours
this week, but United Nations
and Jewish sources refused to dis-
close the subject of discussion. An
Arab commission had discussed
an agreement covering the demili-
tarized agrea near Government
House and particularly the status
of civilians in that area.
Israeli Foreign Minister Moshe
Snarett came to Jerusalem and
conferred for several hours with
Brig. Gen. William E. Riley, U N
chief of staff. It was understood
that they talked about the situa-
tion of Jerusalem and the work
of the mixed commission.
The Arab radio in Ramallah
said the commission reached a
general agreement which left
open only these points: the dura-
tion of the compact and the
exact demarkation lines limiting
civilian movement.
Meanwhile, Israeli Army and
police forces carried out a com-
bined search operation of the Abu
Gosh village, near Jerusalem.
They were hunting Arab infil-
trees from nearby Transjordan
held areas.
American Israeli Line
Acquires Ships From U.S.
TEL AVIV, (JTA)The Zim
Transjordan United Nations arm-]shipping company will soon add
istice commission met this week. two ships to the American Israeli
line with a tonnage of 10,500
each, a director of the Zim con-
Brig. Gen. William E. Riley, as
sistant to Palestine mediator Dr.
Ralph J. Bunche, repeated his de-
mand that armed forces of both
sides in the Jerusalem area be
reduced.
JWB Meet Called To
Review Service Program
ATLANTA, (JTA)Members
of the National Jewish Welfare
Board's armed services commit-
tees in Alabama, Georgia, Flor-
ida, Mississippi, North Carolina
South Carolina and Tennessee are
scheduled to attend a two-day
meeting here this week to review
the present activities of the local
groups in behalf of Jewish mem-
bers of the armed forces, it was
cern announced here.
By agreement with the United
States Maritime Commission,
through which the ships are being
acquired, the new vessels will
carry 50 percent United States
loan goods for the next two or
three years. The price for carry-
ing loan goods will be ten percent
of cargo vaue. Zim is negotiating
for the acquisition of three
freighters for the Mediterranean
line, one of which would carrv
fruit. '
Negotiations are also under wav
for a passenger and freight
carrier. A total of six to seven
dollars from the Export-Import
Bank loan will be spent for ship-
ping. In the next three years it
announced by Gen. Eugene Ober- is expected that enough'trained
' seamen v '
the fleet
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FBDAY. July i J
Beach Lodge Rally
Set For Monday Nite
_ T- Lodge ' g >th July
,-,t 8:15
Park.
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June 29 at the 1 I Inn,
the
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Mi n .'dini;
ecretj M Bei D iki cor-
:;,.' Mrs. Izzyj
tn Ml Max
Shainfi fini r.cia] se< retai y.
Then an 25 I of Ha-
with a com
bined mbi i p oi 3 461 ac-
din) Mi Gn i an, who is
ed continui ;, tour of
tl i late hapti
Kovnor. Gcncr.,1 Cha.rman Godtrey K. N.
ukcmick. The program will start at 8.15 p.m.
tcr
Z_..
inviiod to attend.
nd the public is
Sisterhood To Conduct
Sewing Session Tuesday
\> ic to the Fourth -.1 July holi
day, thi i M aftei
m on cwu ts and craft!
ion of thi H ti :. ood \ T< m-
pie Beth Sholom will be hold this
..... on 'I ii di Julj S .ii the
'I emplt I i ording i(. an
anno mi i n I bj Mi Alexandi i
Ro I in pn ident.
Hosti [or thi vi i|;'s lunch-
eon will bi I i Mi : : Louis
J. Kn :.. ,'.-. En anuel Goldstrich.
Morri Bi I .:.,, Uii,
II. Iluhiiimvif/.
\|i|ioi8ilkl lilt
1 on ill i liairniaii
David Rabinowitz, active f<
fouiti en yi hi in yi nth In >'
in Philadelphia ai d fo
imn m ,ii in Gu atoi M ami, as
been appointed Florida State
B'nai B'nl Youth ch; rn an, Dr.
Mi tthew Drosdoff. pres lent I
the State Federal
l!'i ith Lodgi s, has .
I; ; mow .!. :. ughl dra
community c oups in '
i,i i 1930 and as
directed .i radio pi Mi-
ami called "Tei:..g<..- Spci k." He
is now assist ing thi 11reel
the Youth Round V ( nter, an
organization servii g 9.1 00
and girls in the G ati
an a
As hai
State Youth I'
ordinate livities for
youth betweei th< ages : 14
IK. emphasizing
religious, athlel
sei vice projei ts.
Rabinowitz is ., ... : .
ber "i si,.,I,:: : Bnai B'r:i
llnlibi Attend*
Meeting* In !.
Ii,, M s Mescheloff re-
k from New York
.cr( Mented Greater Mi-
,., a| i : umbi r of meetings of
, ,, religioiu organizations.
\ delei ite of B* local Miz-
Rabbi Mefcheloff at-
... ,nal org;.nization s
. H itel Astor com-
' f.:-t nnniver-ary
rabbi c.scussed
the local unit and
coming year with
M. l,lum- national ex-
dircctoi of Mizrachi.
I, m, heloff also helped to
te | lans for a dramatic re-
.!,. which were
' ipecjal meeting of
board of tn Rab-
uncil of America. Pwr-
, ,,! t cavalcade, which will
lVe| to the smallest and most
j (immunities ir. the
fall, is to bring a re-
aditional Judaism into
i i. n- Rabbi Mescheloff
n the Southeastern
' '" ir" re*'on' .. ,
ling of the Rabbinical
'. nal Kashruth Com-
bi Mescheloff par-
study of new pro-
ndorsement of
... r lUn e Union of Or-
Congregations of
a He also worked on the
n community ritual
n under the aegis of
I the Rabbinical
i | in the various cities.
Mi I ff, who has
ul ve director of
i B< Jai Vaad Hakashruth.
ccept applica-
local food concerns for
ement and insignia of
thi Nati mal Kashruth Commis-
ting to the acceptability
of food ce with Jew*
requirements.
Gables Women To
Sponsor Boat Ride
iood
"^itic
span*),,
Wi k

The newly org., s
of the First Jewish Co
of Coral Gables
boat ride on Sa
July 9. at 8 30
Seven Seas
Entertainment .,... v.
nd refreshme-ltt ,.: ^^
Anyone w: th
formation or re- ./ *
to call the Men uZ rW
trude Welch at _;' **" v*'
The Sisterh l.u
meeting Wedr,. r^*
the home of Mn Ruth W
3880 N.W. 2nd St ***
The women's cr .P j, CO0M^
ing with th, rgSgt
in conducting a e^dS
bersr.ip drive to ,-r.:..t the JnS
families in the area who in m
now^affihated ,, Jg
All women interested is fcc*.
ing members are r^uestfd L
contact Mrs. \V.
Lift Inaunnc* Eitatai
Authofil.tiv.ly Proflr.mm-
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07 Biacayne B da
Ph. li| 0r i.tNi
Saa or phona mi for -,j.
LIFE INSURANCE HEED!
Hebrew Teachers Give
Party For Louis Gadon
The Hi- i"v. "\.-. hers A.-
tion I, ndcred a farewi U pai' I
its In. t vici president
Gadon, who l< ft I
in [si." I Tu. day.
I> l-'i ii dman, p si 1. nt i thi
organizatioi sti n
io Gadon on bel all f the
and presi ti I gift
and ex| pe that u
his return hi i ul .
work with u m wi I vigor i
the organization acd .
taknoon oi codi v
anmiuusl) pprovi
ing of t: e group.
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UDAY, JULY 1, 1949
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PAGE THREE
Morton Smith Receives
Brandeis Scholarship
; Morton Smith, 18 year old grad-
uate nf Miami Beach High, has
sn awarded a scholarship to the
.Stone Graduates
From Harvard
Richard B. Stone, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Alfred Stone of 2050
North Bay Road, Miami Beach,
"Between You and Me
By BORIS SMOLAR
(Copyright, 1948, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
3 .
Brandeis Camp Institute of the
South in Hendersonville, N. C.
I Morton, who is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Julius Rosenstein, 1401
Alton Road, Miami Beach, recent-
ly took first place in the Kiwanis-
sponsored state oratory contest
ip Pensacola and came in fourth
in the national contest in Wash-
ington, D. C He was a member of
the state championship debate
team of Miami Beach High. The
team captured third place in the
Southern Association tournament
In Waco, Texas.
-In addition to his oratorical and
forensic abilities, Morton has
Shown an aptitude for writing
and an intense interest in sports,
having served as sports editor of
the school paper and manager of
the basketball team.
fThe young man served as vice
K'sident of the junior class at
ami Beach High, is past presi-
Snt of AZA and a youth leader
Miami Beach Jewish Center.
He plans to enter the University
Of Florida in September.
R. F. Jonas Opens
Law Office Here
Royal Flagg Jonas announces
the opening of offices for the
general practice of law in as-
sociation with Harry Gordon at
received his Bachelor of Arts de-
gree cum laude from Harvard
University last week.
His thesis at Harvard was on
"The Past, Present and Future of
the City of Miami Beach from
the Viewpoint of the Economist."
A graduate of Miami Beach
High, he was a member of the
varsity swimming team, Harvard
Debate Council, Hillel, the Zionist
group and organized the Kirkland
Variety Club.
Stone will be associated with
the New England Business Coun-
cil and will do consumer business
research for a year before enter-
ing law school.
Weinstein Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Frank
Weinstein, formerly of 2368 S.W.
16th Terr., will take place Sunday
at 1 p.m. in Mt. Sinai Cemetery
with Rabbi Murray Grauer of-
ficiating. Mr. Weinstein was vice
president of Beth El Congrega-
tion, a member of the Pittsburgh
Club, the Golden Age Club, B. P.
O. E., and was active in various
communal affairs. Relatives and
friends are asked to attend.
20 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach.
Jonas, who is a veteran of five
ears in the Navy, attended the
University of Alabama and re
eived his law degree from the
fniversity of Miami last month.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
ed Jonas.
Prosterman To Speak
Samuel Prosterman, honorary
president of the Jewish National
Fund Council of Greater Miami,
will speak in Yiddish on "The
Importance of the JNF in the
State of Israel Today" Sunday at
12:30 p.m. on M. Nasatir's Jewish
Musical Hour over station WINZ.
Prosterman is one of the found-
ers of the JNF Council, which
now has 32 Zionist groups af-
filiated with it to aid in its pro-
gram.
WASHINGTON TRENDS:
Very important changes will soon be made in the Middle Eastern
section of the State Department There will be a switch in top
officials And the kind of a switch from which Israeli interests
may suffer The anti-Israeli forces in the State Department will
gain tremendously in power as a result of the proposed changes in
personnel Even at present these forces have the upper hand
inasmuch as the State Department is pressuring Israel on the ques-
tions of admitting Arab refugees and territorial changes ... It is
believed that President Chaim Weizmann will soon make the posi-
tion of Israel on these matters clear to President Truman ... It is
known that the Israeli President is now considering sending a letter
to Truman with a view to bringing to his attention the situation
as it actually is Meanwhile, anti-Israeli forces in Washington
are trying their utmost to block further remittances to Israel from
the $100,000,000 credit granted the Jewish State by the Export-
Import Bank They want to use this as a "stick" against Israel in
order to have the Israeli government submit to State Department
pressure .
DIPLOMATIC MOODS:
Those who originally believed that Truman is not fully aware
of the pressure which the State Department is now using on Israel
are beginning to change their minds Evidence is piling up to
prove that the State Department is not acting without Truman's
knowledge ... It is pointed out that Truman more than a year ago
ordered the State Department to take no important action toward
Israel without his specific approval And the fact that he has not
cracked down on State Department officials who have been making
strong statements recently with regard to Israel is not a simple
matter Higher officials admit that with Jewish immigrants
pouring into Israel, and with considerable opposition within the
country to the U.S. demands, it is not easy for Israeli Premier Ben
Gurion to submit to these demands Nevertheless, it is now
known that the secret note which the State Department sent to
Israel through the U.S. Ambassador in Tel Aviv was so sharply
worded that the Ambassador was hesitant as to whether he should
deliver it .
DOMESTIC PLOBLEMS:
How do mixed marriages fare in the United States? ... A study
recently made in an unnamed city among several hundred inter-
married families provided inteiesting results ... It showed that few
homes were completely broken by religious differences, but "in
numerous families the tension continues to be acute, even after
twenty years of marriage" ... In 80 percent of the cases involving
a Jewish partner, the husband was the Jew and did not attend
synagogue ... In interfaith marriages between Protestants and
Catholics both parties continued going to separate churches or one
spouse joined the other's church ... Dr. Murray H. Leiffer, pro-
fessor of sociology, who conducted the survey, came to the conclusion
that interfaith marriages "have unfortunate results" for organized
religion ... He established that often both hubsands and wives drop
their earlier allegiance, and when they do persist in it, there is con-
fusion for the children and perhaps conflict in the home.
IN THE MAIL
Of Service
The Jewish Floridian
Miami, Florida
We know that you will be in-
terested to hear that thanks to
your article in The Floridian, we
have located Abe Laskov, for
whom search was advertised in
your paper.
We assure you of our apprecia-
tion at all times.
Mrs. Florence Finkelstein
Executive Secretary, National
Council of Jewish Women.
SoTTtethiaq
...aTiuiditlOTi
Israel Newsreel
To Be Feature
At Gables Meet
"A 1949 Newsreel of Israel"
will be the theme of the Coral
Gables Lodge B'nai B'rith meet-
ing Tuesday at 8:15 p.m. at Hillel
House, 3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd.,
Coral Gables.
According to Dr. Leonard
Glickstein, program chairmaa,
film strips will be shown en-
titled: "Industries of Israel,"
"Planning for Peace," "Cities
Old and New" and "A Culture
Reborn." Jerome Adelman will
preside and refreshments will be
served following the program.
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EDITORIAL
Thirty Yearn
Jacob Landcra the founder and director of tho
.'-*_.-. Telegraphic Agency, one* wid that all he
bad irbcn be narted the organiaertton was a good
v/e pound* Yet H is doubtful that Mr.
j -v- a --.v.-. of rinon and a Zionist from
youth ever dreamt that the thirtieth
of the irorld l outstanding Jev/ish
Id be '--.-.'--.-.rated in an inde-
*aea ana
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DAW* -*-.-.-
.- ire
pendent v.- -; lenrereign .
Jewish s-*."<:
.'.-. the three decade* of
.: (be v.":'.-- :':'.',:: of tho oraa:..z'.".on,
off.*..:.-.'.::. .-.*.- ....**;';.. .r'-ss O'.'i th'-
3 existence the JTA
ha* o--.-e*: fame throughout the world both a* an
rumerr! foi the iti**trrrtinnrlfrn of Jev/ish news
end a* a link between the Jewries in all countries.
-','.- >./..-. statehood a reality, it was only na-
rural for the organization to become a bridge be
'.*. >..*-;*;. *-.-.* \-.e countries outside of the
'.H".>.:. stale .' was out of recognition of thi* fact,
a* well a*
thai Israeli
Israeli CJtize.*..*/ o.r.eo .-;-. v/eek in honoring t:.'-
.'7A -.-.*; .-.*: man who has founded it an*! be< n
tand.r.o" v .-. .-.*..-.-. for '.*..**:': deoades.
Much was said ;.-. praise of the JTA at the
dinner tendered to Mr Landau at Tel Aviv. Presi-
dent <<*:.z.r.*;.-..'. said the achievements of the
agency were worthy of special attention. Premier
Dark! Be.-. Gurfon noted that, with Jev/ish state-
hood, the ,*7A v/o-s facing a .-.'.-// and important
'.-;/.*.- 7>e '.:-.::;'.. A.-.-..-.;:.-.-.-;-,: to Washington,
.-.. ah Ekrth called the agency a bridge between
Israel and the rest of Jewry. Foreign Minister
Moshe Sharett spoke of the eagerness with which
Jew* and non-Jew* were looking upon develop-
.-.-.*:.-.-. ..-. Israel and of the valuable and effective
service the organization ha* been rendering "in
'.-..h /.-.-. sphere Joseph Sprinzak, Speaker of
the Knesset observed that it was a good omen
that the JTA anniversary wo* being celebrated in
Israel Joseph Heftman, president of the Israeli
Journalists Association, wished the agency long
tile and prosperity so that it may bring "good
new* to Israel from the countries outside of the
lew.;-..*. Hate and /.-.*.- vorsa." And U.S. Ambassa-
dor James O MoLor.o-id gave practical expression
WE ARE ROOTED TO OUR LAND
to the functions of the agency when he said it
was from the JTA bulletins that he learned "every-
thing that is going on in Jewish public institutions
in the United States and in general in Jewish life
tho world over "
The thirty years that have passed since the
founding of the JTA have been the most crucial in
the long history of our people. And nowhere have
thoy been recorded with greater thoroughness and
objectivity than in the paqes of the JTA. Let us
that the Jewish history the JTA is destined
to record in the next three decades will be of a
happier pattern.
The ^unaqoque 1'omnril
The recent formation or the Synagogue Coat.-
prompts an evaluation of the present -ol* k
organized religious life actually plcy, in ^
community.
Additions of new houses of worship |^ ft
pension of those existing do not necessarily r,
fleet that the spiritual force in the -rrea % a
dominant one. A rapidly expanding |ewfa| bb*>
mutdry both in number and geocrrcp-.:i ees*>
age creates the physical need for -he facility
end outlets.
This new lay group representing afl of ie
temple* and *ynagogues and representing cH
forms of prayer has as its primary purpose the
strengthening of Judaism by making the gync-
gogues the center of Jewish spiritual tafia****
This will be accomplished by promoung re-
ligious unity without unilormity; by festering the
observance of the Sabbath festivals end holy
days; by stimulating Jewish religious education;
by encouraging Synagogue affiliation and at-
tendance; by urging religious interests in the
home; by spreading the message of Judaism
through radio, the press and direct contact with
religious leaders of Jewry; and by concerning it-
self with religious problems of common intere*
to all wings of Judaism.
There is much room for the elevction of the
prestige of the synagogue among us. Its presence
could be felt much, much stronger and could
serve as a substantial force for reawakening the
Jewish conciousness of our citizenry.
The purposes of the Synagogue Council are
good. Will the council remain just another organ-
ization or will it become a motivating factor in
revitalizing the synagogue influence in our com-
munity?
That answer will decide the position 0! influence
the synagogue will continue to occupy.
Developments In Israel's Agriculture
): ADA OREN
iphi Agency Corre pondi nl
TEL AVIV The economic is-
sue* of igrii ill .;' in Israel are
mixed .;. ,..':. a i jmbei of mm lo
political problem*
The old and established Kib-
butzim, which are the main bene-
ficiaries of the present farm boom,
because '.I theii low production
costs a-, compared with newei
enterprii es, and whii iffei
from an acute shortage of man-
power, ould, in theory, be able
to absorb very great numbei
of Immigrant* This, however,
they are unable to do a* new im-
migrants generally refuse to join
communes, since they remind
them of camp* Most immigrants
are not idealist* and are not pre-
pared t'i adopt the self imposed
restrii tiona on personal and pol-
itical individual liberty of the
left-wing pioneering elite,
The Mapai is not dissatisfied
witt, tin anti commune develop
ment, because it weaken* the
position of the Mapam dominat-
ed kibbutzim, Mapai la pushing
small holders' resettling and is
disregarding kibbutz remonstra-
tions that, disci iitiiri.-ition against
this form of agricultural organ-
ization in the erection of even
temporary housing is partly re-
sponsible for their present poor
absorption record in ;.ll but youth
groups.
A* re*ult of this development
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a number of kibbutzim in the
Beth She'an valli h ef-
rectively prevented the settling
of immigrants in the abandoned
'''II town cf that nai......n an
individual basis i. nearly .
I avc now agreed to the hou
't persons willing to
them a hired employi,
of the rigid prohibition agai
this form of "exploitation" in
their charters Thus i, being born
a new institution ii i.:.,, i ,, ,,,..
porative town livmn on service
rendered to surrounding com
munes.
This, however, is,-, solution pus
Bible only m exceptional
and the government i in-
to jeopardize the quick settling
and agricultural development of
undercultivated areai at anj co I
rhousands (,f immigrants will
soon be scattered all over the
country, to be employed as I ired
hands by kibbut/m,. Mam- con -
muj-es agreed to this in the hope
that direct contact would in time
breakdown the imn igrants' avc
Kion for this social form, which
can and is willing to receive them
of absolute equality
hey decide to join
It is interesting to note that the
employment of additional la!
under any conditions is
tenng the least opposition in
Hashomer Hatzair
Itakvut/oth communi
;p I p.-part
hosi polit ... percus-
likeh |
ion are
pi
on terms
whenever
l if new imi
grants wilhnf n the
land are not
i inde-
ill-l i ir.d it i
,,'"''..... iture
rectioi
'"' e seen
thi
settlers will imb to thi
noinial trend of i
mui ,
my
mallholde.
nts i th .. .
' there
i,sno J : n their par-
, ,n ;"-' < : r more c
[;" ^d freeing both me.
oun of
: > :- I in smaH
farming and hou """"
pound ivei ige, and they
elve temporarily
' paid outside work, part of
iff ition. road
building and the like, n list also
ivided from public funds
is true of immigrants
indoned towns, who
ive public loans for
gai ning and be given
in public projects to tid<
i thi first months of
in the ..'.>. country. All
in addition to the support
UN Body Adopts
Recommendations
On Minorities
LAKE SUCCESS. (JTA) A
U N Subcommission for the Pro-
tection of Minorities this week
wound up a two-week session
which laid a broad foundaUonlor
the intervention of the world o:-
ganization on behalf of groups
still ir. camps, is' victimized by discrimination
ius strain on public
sources
re-
ii iai i
encoun-
nd Hever
movement]
which In prinicple insist on build-
ing only relatively small com-
munes and prefer giving up un-
tilled land ti
. up un-
. accepting new men,.
ber* imliscriminately. Since th ,
youth reserve* are Insufficient
they will try to build up new
mmune of their movements out
g porker* they .re prepared
More resistance is beinc nut nn
by the Kibbutz Ham^hadmove?
ment, whose member groUM re
ceive newcomers on a pSrWeSS"
nomic baste. They seenl to -,'
a break-up f then Idealtet so
Ctoty if it* members haw ,, ,
huolders with p.-rsons emploved
on their land*, but living on ti
uSmm HWlth,I,ut ~nniitting
Idealist discipline. Israel thli u
Community Problems
Discussed At 3-Day Meet
ST JOSEPH. Mich., (JTA)
iblems concerning Jewish com-
activities in small towns
United States were dis-
' at a t.- ree-day con-
of representatives of Jew-
munal
in the
i
feren
ish communities in Michigan,
md Indiana arranged by the
Council if Jewiih Federations and
funds. The conference
the lust of its kindadopted the
"ow>ng : (-commendations:
That the Committee on Stable
and Lnified -
elf-suppX "' ,V -
lered
:oir
orchards a
::. I
such
lands
from
K'll-
to
i is'
" milk fupp,y ,<<<
=a at r'r^
'equire 50 ,,, ,, rh,v will
Private so-.r, -, """'' frf|m
'"''t.ono L,n5 MUl,lin';"-"l-
"' farming unite P'ntatioiu
-U"out't Tn
v;:'h agricultural
and
station.
As it
and the
lor such
'-> the Reho-
experimental
i
,s tj>e repair of hou
--cIers amount t0 400
2. That the small communities
gw further thought to the role
oL 'i,Ttral J,'wish community
at on with regard to prob-
ims of fund-raising, sllocatlon*,
J< isli eduction, cultural activi-
dS weTfarenUy '"la,ins and so"
coBalS?1 th'' sma11 immunities
of Stir rr,0Usl>- new methods
for *niunity cooperation
h .t th, ,nommu"a' Problems and
"'at the Council of Jewish Fed
f<" -suppoi:i h dl'PCnd UP0" them
Italian Police Occupy
Jewish DP Camp
thteSk 2^^"" P"'-e
ns camp of Trari
Prevent Jewish
an effort
center prio i, "^T fr0m the
rael-bound vessdT^^'"8 ^
The subcommission opened the
way for full participation of major
civic bodies in its work when it
adopted a resolution inviting non-
go verr,mental organizations af-
filiated with the UN. to supply
the group with facts, figu".
opinions and allegations of (is-
crimination practices. It gav* *J
broadest possible definition to
minorities, including those ot
"race, color, sex, language, ru-
gion" I^M
The subcommission dtok
through specific taboos from the
Human Rights Commission ana
the Economic and Social Council
and made a number of decisive
recommendations designed w
make the TJ.N. an immediate ana
effective guardian of minority
m the field of human rifnf
Prominent among these recon>
mendations is a request that tw
U.N. Secretariat take immedU''
steps to set up in each court.)
"national coordinating commit-
tees" with the right to submit
complaints to the subcommission-
Another important recommend-
ation provides for the setting up
of machinery for receiving i"
acting upon petitions alleging w
lations of military riehts. P"LT
commendation called on the r*
nomic and Social Council to nw
ify previous inadequate resoi
tions in this respect. ^,
The subcommission PT^A .
that its next meeting be held
January, so that its recommend'
tions could be incorporated m ">
draft Covenant on Human m'
in time for adoption by the i'-~
General Assembly.
Dr. Goldstein Honored
PHILADELPHIA, (JTA)r?r:
Israel Goldstein, treasurer
Jewish Agency, tins wees
ceived a citation f""n
of the
re-
Teacher's College here at the
stitulion's annual commence"
exercises. The citation is PJ^Lj
ed each year to "a distinguish*
alumnus."



FTBAY. JULY 1, 1949
* Jen lit thrhllnr
PAGE FIVE
Aviva Shcdroff Weds
Morton Waitzman
Miss Aviva Shedroff, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Shedroff,
1568 Drexel Ave., Miami Beach,
became the bride of Morton
Wajfeman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Waitzman, Chicago, on
June 9, in the presence of their
immediate families. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman officiated in his home.
A dinner for the wedding guests
followed at the Delano Hotel.
Later in the evening the bride's
parents were hosts at a reception
in their home for family and
Powers-Steinberg Wed
In Palm Beach Temple
Of interest to Miamians is the
marriage of Miss Joan Steinberg,
daughter of the Maurice Stein-
bergs, West Palm Beach, and
Theodore Joseph Powers, son of
the Harold J. Powers, also of West
Palm Beach, which took place
recently in West Palm Beach's
Temple Beth El with Rabbi
Manuel Greenstein officiating.
Given in marriage by her
father .the bride wore white bal-
lerina length gown of marquisette.
Her illusion veil was held in place
by a crown of flowers. She carried
a bouquet of white carnations
and gardenias.
Miss Betty Powers, sister of the
bridegroom, was maid of honor
and Mrs. A. R. Rifkin was matron
of honor. Best man was Ed
Buckow and ushering was A. J.
Kahn.
A reception was held in Scher
Memorial Hall following the
service.
The former Miss Steinberg was
graduated from Palm Beach High
School and is attending New
York University. Mr. Powers
graduated from Sebring High
School and is a journalism stu-
dent at New York University.
After a wedding trip to St.
Petersburg, the newlyweds will
make their home in New York,
where they will continue their
college courses.
Mrs. Morton Waitzman
friends.
For her wedding the bride
chose a ballerina length white or-
gandy gown and carried a bible
adorned with a white orchid and
showered with stephanotis and
lilies of the valley.
The bridegroom's sister, Mrs.
Abe Rosen, served as matron of
honor in French blue sheer. She
carried a colonial bouquet with n
rainbow shower. Charles Waitz-
man was best man for his brother.
For the occasion the bride's
mother wore a blue lace dress
with a cordage of yellow roses;
the bridegroom's mother, navy
sheer with a corsage of yellow
roses.
Among the out-of-town guests
were Mrs. Abe Rosen and her
daughters, Janice and Joan, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Waitzman and
their daughters, Judy and Lynn
Susan, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
Waitzman, all from Chicago; Mrs.
P. Briansky, Montreal; Mrs. Jean
Goldweber and Jack Goldstock,
Clestyland.
The former Miss Shedroff was
Mrs. Seitlin Returns From
Pioneer Women's Meet
Mrs. Henry Seitlin, president of
the Pioneer Women's Club No.
One of Miami Beach, returned
last week from Philadelphia,
where she attended the organiza-
tion's eleventh national conven-
tion.
Over 600 delegates from the
United States, Canada and Mex-
ico were at the convention, Mrs.
Seitlin reports, and a resolution
to raise $2,000,000 for Moatzat
Hapoalot, working women's
council in Israel, to build new
homes for mothers and children,
was adopted.
"A very exciting session was
held with Golda Meyerson, Is-
raeli Labor Minister," Mrs. Seit-
lin says. "She made an appeal
to the convention for more in-
tensive work to settle more im-
migrants in the Negev area and
promised that the doors of Israel
will remain open to further im-
migration."
Climax of the convention was
a banquet at which $80,000 was
presented to a representative
from Moatzat Hapoalot as a gift
from the conclave.
Elma Manty United
To Leonard Pont
The wedding of Miss Elma
Manty, daughter of Mrs. Elsie
Manty of Templeton, Mass., to
Leonard Pont, son of Mrs. Sadie
Pont, 2611 S.W. 5th Ave., took
place Sunday afternoon in the
home of the bridegroom's mother.
Rabbi Max Shapiro officiated and
was assisted by Cantor Maurice
Mamches.
The bride was given in marri-
age by her mother; the bride-
groom, by his mother and uncle,
Morris Kaler.
Miss Ethel Pont, sister of the
bridegroom, served as maid of
honor and Mrs. Rachael Shepard-
son, sister of the bride, was
matron of honor. Harold Pont was
his brother's best man.
Among the out-of-town guests
were Mrs. Clara Mazer, Mr. and
Mrs. Seymour Kronenberg, Mrs.
Nathan Sokol, Birmingham, Ala.;
Mrs. Frances Zavelo and Miss
Phyllis Zavelo, Anniston, Ala.;
Mrs. Elsie Manty, Mrs. Rachael
Shepardson, Misses Helen and
Pauline Shepardson, Templeton,
Mass. Following the ceremony a
buffet was served on the lawn.
The newlyweds are honeymoon-
ing in Havana, Cuba, and upon
their return will be at home at
750 S.W. 7th St.
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graduated from Miami Beach
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University of Miami, where she
was affiliated with Delta Phi Ep-
silon sorority and is now a senior
at the University of Illinois.
Mr. Waitzman attended schools
in Illinois and was graduated from
the University of Miami, where
he was charter president of Alpha
Epsilon Delta honorary. He has
been taking graduate work in
physiology at the University of
Illinois.
Elaine Slepian,
Charles C. Reed, Jr.
Wed In Hollywood
Miss Elaine Slepian, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Slepian,
702 North 20th Ct., Hollywood,
became the bride of Charles C.
Reed, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Reed of Hollywood Mon-
day, June 6, at the home of the
bride's parents.
The bride wore a white gab-
ardine suit with evelet embroid-
ery pockets, green accessories and
a double orchid corsage.
Joan Nelson was maid of honor
and Herbert Harris served as best
man.
The newlyweds have returned
from a wedding trip through the
state and are at home at 1605
North 20th Ave., Hollywood.
The bride, a resident of Holly-
wood for the past year and a half,
formerly lived in Miami. A grad-
uate of Miami Senior, she attend-
ed the University of Miami, where
she majored in art and completed
a course in modeling at Grace
Downs in New York. During her
enrollment at the University of
Miami, she was winner of a rib-
bon in the society horse show.
Before entering service, Mr.
Reed attended the Case School of
Applied Science in Cleveland,
Ohio. He was commissioned a
lieutenant and served in the Paci-
fic Theatre. Mr. Reed has re-
sumed his studies at the Uni-
versity of Miami and will grad-
uate with a degree in civil engi-
neering next year.
Reform Rabbi Dies
BROOKLINE, Mass.Dr. David
Philipson, 87, of Cincinnati, Ohio,
died Tuesday at Beth Israel hos-
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Highlight of the Sharet Summer Swirl to be held Sunday from
8:30 p.m. lo 1 a.m. at the Sorrento Hotel. Miami Beach, will be
the selection of Miss B'nai B'rith Young Woman. Among con-
tenders for the title are Cookie Meseroff. representing Tropical
Lodge; Nina Nelson. Colman Zwitman Chapter; Elaine Schwartz.
FDR Chapter; Arlene Sisselman. Clara Hirfch Landau Chapter.
The affair is being sponsored by Sharet Chapter. BBYW.
Sharet Chapter
To Hold llance
Sharet Chapter of B'nai B'rith
Young Women will hold its first
annual "Sharet Summer Swirl"
Sunday from 8:30 p.m. to 1 a.m.
at the Sorrento Hotel, 4384 Col-
lins Ave., Miami Beach. Contribu-
tion is one dollar per person.
Hal Murray will serve as M.C.
and Mai Malkin will provide the
music.
Dolores Levick is chairman of
the dance. Assisting her are Ruth
Bett, tickets; Harriet Slomowitz,
publicity; Trudi Lach, program;
Helen Weisbard, hotel; Rosalyn
Morris, booster book.
Miss B'nai B'rith Young Wom-
an will be elected by the guests
attending the dance. Candidates
for the title are: Arlene Sissel-
man, Clara Hirsch Landau; Nina
Nelson, Colman Zwitman; Donna
Feldman, Debbs; Elaine Schwartz,
FDR; Cookie Messeroff, Tropical
Lodge.
Winner of the contest will re-
ceive a trophy and will be
crowned by Hal Murray.
Phyliss Schermer Given
Camp Scholarship
Miss Phyliss Schermer, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Sigmund W.
Schermer of 1611 Euclid Ave.,
has been awarded a scholarship
for the Brandeis Institute in Hen-
dersonville, N. C, from July 5 to
31 by the Brandeis Youth Scholar-
ship foundation of New York.
Phyliss is an active member in
her B'nai B'rith Chapter and holds
the office of vice president. As
chairman of the Youth Breakfasts
at the Miami Beach Jewish Com-
munity Center, she proved her-
self a very capable leader and has
spoken before the Sisterhood of
the Center on many occasions.
Phyliss is a staff writer on the
/Spotlite," the Y newspaper, and
is also active as secretary of the
Y Teen-age Council.
She has just graduated from
Miami Beach Senior High school
and intends to attend the Uni-
versity of Miami this fall.
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FRIDAY. JULY
PAGE SIX
M
Strictly Confidential

PHINEAS J. BIRON
Wh.t It Wrong With lhe UJA
It a no longer a secret that tr.e
.. tits m the UJA campaign ate
f, b >m itisfa tory Big
donoi i I increasing their
1948 itlow cutting
' community
ire complaining to the
. ional Otti iemanding a
Ewer quota The f*"l*i
' .. of industrial
.vinga tough time
, chairmen of in-
. reluctant to apply
. Leaden who a few
Ued up their sleeve,
. nve r'.-a: M ffe not
were able to ootam lm
emergency
What is the trouble.
Nobody eem to wo*
a rdir th*oref.Coalt?iA
* 19 LJA
, paign should .'.ave mucn
.ihni than the last one
The political and military sit-
uation in : ael i much more
.stabilized torn11 Is now a
.oer of the Ur.ited Nations and
nofA-ithstandir.g incredible ob-
taking care of close to
20 000 DP immigrants every
r- onth How then explair. the
ming let down ... Or course
th<- obvious explanation is tne
,-.. recession which does
, .,,,.; even if Washington
optimists deny it Yet on the
other hand more people have be-
come Israel-conscious than ever
before Without criticising the
.,..:.,. ::. ient army of LJA
workei under the experienced
leadership of Henry Montor, one
is compelled to recognize
.down in Calif
Uve canvases enriched A
cultural life N
galleries competed tor I
hib.fons. ..But Band
forget Europe :
get him. And.-
IS sailing for Eu
his most recent w -
borough Gallene
the Wildenstein
Amor.g his paint.:,
very large com;- siti n
called "The Resun
rad."
Ezekie
-
an allegorj
s vision of the d
through blood and tear
Juries and crematoria.-
to the fighting heroes who unea
the Jewish fla on
Zion .
Bad Company
Reliable Infon -
that Ike Bisenhowi
bad company It --
that close friends !M
Hart, the not riou
and pro-fascisl
Ike's sanctum at Colui
versity They
ears of An eri great
genius with ic> ..-
ing a new Ameri i First
ir.'-r.t A
tlernen is one wh
prominer.tlv in the ass
case in Washir.^. n
bodv should tip
Walter Winchell
column.
Joan Osheroff Elected To
Young Judaea Office
Joan Louise Oshel ff
ami Beach was
..vice president of th< S
one 'Region of Your.g Judai
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cardinal weakness in the cam-
paign And that is the failure
of the public relations experts
of the UJA There can be no
doubt that the promotion, pub-
licity, advertising or whatever
you wish to call that phase of the
campaign responsible for the psy-
chological climate of public-
opinion has not succeeded in
dramatizing the aims of the LJA
It has not inflamed the
imagination or the enthusiasm of
millions of Jews who could put
the campaign over the top even
without the help of the very big
donors The old worn out
charity slogans are being used .
The same speakers are touring
the country addressing the same
kind of dinner.-, and meetings .
Tens of thousands of workers.
clerks, small businessmen who
could be enlisted in the sacred
task of winning the last battle of
Hitler's war against the Jews
are untouched by the unimagina-,.
tive campaign technique of the feld. 2160 S.W. 21st 1
UJA The economic situation [will be sen
in Israel is desperate ... It is
bad public relations to hide the
fact that a gigantic catastrophe
is menacing the entire structure
of Israel The United Jewish
Appeal speaks with the voice of
bureaucratic complacency which
JulL. the American Jews to sleep
... It is high time to tell them
the truth .
Homecoming
During the world war Max
Band, the distinguished French
painter came to this country. As
a Jew and a free artist he could
no longer function in a Nazi
dominated Europe He settled
'annual summer i an -
held at Camp Blu- St
Ga.
Joan, daughte:
offs, 2485 Meridii
Beach, is presi lent
Weizmann Sen. i V
Mow represent!)
High at Girls' Stati
see where she w as el< t
of Okeechobee, J
swimming honors I
conclave.
Other Mian ian elected t
fice at the Young
were Buddy Udell
and Danny Mill< V
Beach, who are
the education i
Sholem Women To Hold
Board Meeting Tuesday
Sholem Worn-
B'nai B'rith will
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#Jen 1st IkrMknr
PAGE SEVEN

Masada Group To
Hold Swim Dance
The Miami Chapter of Masada
is planning a swim dance to be
held Saturday night, July 9, at
8 o'clock at the Sorrento Hotel,
44th St. and Collins Ave.
Mai Malkin and his orchestra
will play for dancing, Seymour
Hinkes, general chairman, an-
nounces.
Assisting Hinkes with arrange-
ments are: Jerry Simms, posters
and ticket sales; Gloria Waldman,
Gilbert Balkin To Speak
Gilbert Balkin, Florida regional
director of the Anti Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith, will speak
on "Religion and Human Rights"
this evening at 8:15 at Temple
Isaiah.
Siegfried Geismar will conduct
the service. A reception will fol-
low and the public is invited to
attend.
invitations; Louis Fine, publicity;
Ethel Miller, hospitality; Marty
Eig, door.
Holding the pickaxes they received for their work as "Gold Diggers" in the 1949 Combined Jew-
ish Appeal are ('- to r.) N/rs. Freida Kalsteln, Mixrachi; Mrs. Sarah Reymer, Miami Beach Auxiliary
to the Jewish Home for the Aged; Mrs. William Danziger, Miami Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for
the Aped; Mrs. Milton Sirkin, chairman of the Women's Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal;
Mrs. Benjamin Sherry, Miami Beach Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged; Mrs. Louis
Classer, president of the Conference of Jewish Women's Organizations; Mrs. William Loeb. Ameri-
can Jewish Congress; Mrs. Aaron Farx, National Council of Jewish Women; Mrs. Alexander
Robbins. Temple Beth Sholom.
Variety Club Open House
The Variety Club of Greater Mi-
ami, which will take over the
Crippled Children's Hospital on
January 1, will hold an open
house on Sunday, July 10, from
2 to 6 pjri. at the hospital, located
three blocks south of Coral Way
and three blocks west of Red
Road, according to an announce-
ment by George C. Hoover, chiel
barker.
Members are asked to drive out
to Inspect the project.
Hotel To Start Live
TV Show July 10
Pioneering in the television
field In Miami Beach is the Ver-
sailles Hotel, which will inaugur-
ate a half-hour live variety show
over WTVJ Sunday, July 10, from
9 to 9:30 p.m.
To be staged and propped di-
rectly from the ocean-side patio
of the hotel at night, this is the
first remote telecast of its kind
in Florida.
Mixrachi Games Party
Mrs. Rose Pertes, president of
DOV Chapter of Mizrachi Wom-
en's Organization, announces that
Mrs. Gershon August will open
her home at 1375 S.W. 6th St.,
Tuesday at 1 p.m. for a games
party to raise funds for rehabili-
tation of war orphans at the chil-
dren's village at Rananna, Israel.
Assisting Mrs. August during
this benefit affair will be Mrs.
Samuel Wilchyk and Mrs. Sam
Geltner.
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Gilbert J. Balkin, Florida re-
gional director of the Anti De-
famation League, will address the
Robert Richter Post No. 11 of
the Amvets at their meeting
Tuesday evening at Amvets Hall,
237 5th St., Miami Beach, Sey-
mour Singer, president, an-
nounced. Balkin's subject will be:
"Independence Day1949."
To Hold Picnic
Tropical Lodge and Women's
Chapter will jointly sponsor a
picnic Sunday at Greynolds Park.
A motorcade will assemble in
front of the Ambassador Cafe-
teria, Miami Beach, at 10 a.m.
Everyone is requested to bring
his own lunch. The sponsors will
provide cold drinks. Barbecue
pits are available.
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Mr and Mrs. Oscar AMta.
74 S.W. 28th Road. MaoaZTS
engagement of then daughter
Ester, to Dr. Hyrr.an Merlin
The bride-elect was graduated
from Miami Senior High SrK^i
and Florida State Un;ve-tv served as president of Delta Ph*
Epsilon sorority for two term!

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European Countries
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need by her parents, Mr.
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The bridi i lect is the wii
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1948. A university graduate, sh<;
ii an all iiete.
Mr. Wachholdei graduated from
New York University. He .
lour year:, in the Army Air C
eh. Id the rank of cap-
and now operates the Som-
erset Hotel in Miami Beach
Mr. and Mrs. Waehholder are
in South America to attend the
' ding
The'couple will honevmoon ir
New York Bnd Niagara Falk and
will reside in Miami Beach,
Miamians Elected^
Joe Singei of Mian., Beact wa.
elected a, a representaSve to*h
"ejutive board of the South,..
Sect JeWh W(,lfare ^
the ..nnual meeting of the
group at Camp BlueiStar & SiS
l^e;.0a- J"n 16 following the
third annual Jewish Youth In
Irtttute. Belma Lewi, of Miarn
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Mr end Mrs. William Stein ol New York will amve to-
morrow to spend a month a. the koM*d their wn-in-ktw
and daughter, Mr and Mr William Gbck 2381 S.W. 25th Terr.
* +
Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Miller c: Miami ere spending the summer
in Woodmonl Conn
i:y -r.. urescer.i oeu'..-;, <^w "
join her son-in-law ar.d daughter, Mr. and Mrs. David Schub.
and her daughter Miss Muriel Kasov. She will return to Miami
in about three months.
* *
Alan West:.-., son of the Irving Westins. 1021 West 46th St..
arrived from Cambridge, Mass. icst week to spend some time
with his parents. Alar., who is c student at Harvard Law
School, will attend a Brar.deis Ccrr.u Institute this summer.
* -*'
.':.-s i. S. ShapofJ recently left for Henderscnville. N. C. for
the summer. She v.-.i. sisc visit he: family in Baltimore, where
she will attend a wedding of her nephew. While in Baltimore.
she will aiso meet her daughter. Beatrice, who is receiving
Hacrishara tarm training in Crearr. Ridge, N. J. Mr. Shapoff ex-
pects to icin them in the near future.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller of 2945 S.W. 27th Terr., have
left with their two children for a vacation in Hendersonville,
N. C.
* *
Rabbi and Mrs. S.mon April and son. Samuel, left yesterday
for Savannah, Ga.. for several weeks. The Aprils will also visit
..-. New York, Montreal and Pittsburgh before returning to Miami
on August 15.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kale: announce the birth of a baby
boy. born Saturday, June 25, at Jackson Memorial Hospital
* *
Mm. David Horn of St. Louis. Mo., is visiting her mother.
Mrs. Sadie Pont. Mrs. Horn, the former Dolly Pont, came here
to attend her brother s wedding.
* *
t^J'tl0'' GVd ^ !, ^M*"- 650 West 51st St..
YoTct lCrne R0Dert Charn;zons- newlyweds from New
HavnnnT- ^H1?1* re,uined *"> a short sojourn in
Sste? of B? Sp?6 dK" LhG '0rmer MarUy" Schneider
m NewfYoi C^ "" hu,band 'S n *"<*^
Rogers. Following a tffwith her SEP5 TT? ** Ml"
Baltimore, Mrs. Roqers wTll I 'u^LA' Chaseman-
mid-July. 9 S Wl11 re]01n her huband in Berlin in
Beac^'antunc: ^Zl^ ^ ^ 15,h St.. Miami
June 12. bl"h 0f Q da"9hter, Penny Jane, born
Staff Sergeant and Mrs F n c 1
"ounce the birth of a daughter LanaT K?S* V" an"
Sukows left this week for Denier Colo u *2 ,Une 13" The
be stationed. The mother is the foSI i T, erV.he 8erqeant wiU
of Mr. and Mrs. Bons uJ^Jfflff^J^ daughter
|W. 7, S, Paterna, UttSfcftSZS S8
SSSBSSS3S5SM
E*ter Argintar
and is now on the faculty of Mi-
ami Senior High Sch'jol.
Dr. Merlin, also a graduate of
Miami High, received his medical
degree from Emory School of
Medicine in Atlanta. He belongs
to Tau Epsilon Phi social frat-
ernity and Phi Delta Epsilon med-
ical fraternity. He served as a
captain in the Medical Corps ard
is now associated with Dr. S. E
Chambers.
The couple will rx married on
September 18.
AVC Dinner Fetes
Richard And Roth
About 250 persons attended a
testimonial dinner given in r.or.or
of Beach Councilmcn Melvir.
Richard and Burnett Roth by the
Miami Beach Chapter of the
American Veterans Committee.
Richard and Roth are AVC mem-
bers.
.loan B. Bloom Weds
David J. Dubov
After a wedding trip. Mr. and
Mrs. David J. Dubov are at home
at 430 S.W. 6th Ave. The coupi*
spoke their vows before Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff on May 29 at
Congregation Beth Jacob.
The bride, the former Joan B
Bloom, is the daughter of Mr.
ar.d Mrs. Philip M. Bloom. 1420
S.W. 5th St. She wore a gown of
slipper satin in period design.
Her full length French illusion
veil trimmed with lace extended
from a pearl embroidered coro-
net. She carried white carna-
tions, stephanotis and white or-
chids.
Maids of honor were Annette
Toback and Barbara ZW
Bridesmaids were Barbara Blacn-
stein, Charlene Coot net. Audre>
Stein and Julia Chabr.en Terry
Bloom was ring bearer and Jo>
Brambier, flower girl ,
The bridegroom is the son
Mr. and Mrs. Louis R. Dubov, 8Z<
Jefferson Ave.. Miami Beacr
Stanley Bloom, Stanley Ricnaw-
son, Jerry Enerfeld and Har\e.
Smster were ushers.
A reception followed the cert
mony. ,,.
The bride is a graduate of w
ami High School and attendea
Patricia Vance School OlW^
ing. Mr. Dubov is a graduate t
Georgia Military Acadcmj.
attended the University of
and the University of Florida.
Mr$. D. J. Dubov


HUDAY, JULY 1, 1949
-Jewlst) fhnrldlar
PAGE NINE
Miss Saul Becomes
Mrs. Isidore Ifshin
Weiring a white taffeta gown
designed and made by her sister,
MiM Jule Edith Saul, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Saul, 309
N.W. 59th Terr., became the bride
of Isidore Ifshin. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Ifshin, 7134 Byron
Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Max
Shapiro performed the double
ring ceremony which took place
Mrs. Isidore Ijshin
lay evening in Beth David
taie.
Alencon lace yoke of the
gown was outlined with
taffeta off-shoulder bertha and
circular skirt was worn over
The bride's lace veil was
by a headpiece of lace and
roses. She carried a bible
ed with white carnations
^k>hanotis.
Naomi Saul, sister of the
ide, designed not only the bridal
but also the moss green
crepe in which she served as
maid of honor. A niece of the
bride, Rona Marcie Saul, was
flower girl in a miniature copy
of the bridal dress.
The bride's mother wore a beige
crepe dress with a circlet of
yellow roses in her hair for the
occasion. Mrs. Ifshin was attired
in gray crepe.
A reception in the synagogue
hall followed the ceremony.
The couple is honeymooning in
Havana. For travel the bride
changed to a brown tweed suit
with matching accessories.
The bride attended Philadel-
phia schools and came to Miami
three years ago. Mr. Ifshin, an
Air Forces veteran, attended New
York University.
Goldstein, Siegel
Exchange Vows
Living at 1880 S.W. 6th St.
er a honeymoon in South Caro-
a are Aaron Goldstein and his
bride, the former Selma Siegel,
whose marriage took place June
5 at Congregation Beth El. The
rites were read by Rabbi Murray
Grauer, assisted by Cantor Milton
Friedman.
The bride is the daughter of
the Samuel Siegels, 444 S.W. 7th
St., and Mi. Goldstein is the son
of the Samuel Goldsteins, 1700
S.W. 14th Terr.
The bridal gown was fashioned
of white satin and Chantilly lace.
Chantilly lace also trimmed her
illusion veil. She carried roses
and orchids.
Florence Siegel served as her
sister's maid of honor in yellow
gold taffeta. She carried iris and
yellow carnations. Irvin Gold-
stein of Columbia, S. C, was best
man for his brother.
A reception in the Dora August
Memorial Hall of the synagogue
followed the service. Irvin Gold-
Stein, violinist, played the initial
waltz.
Personally Speaking
Mr. and Mrs. Milton J. Katz, 1615 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach,
who celebrated their first anniversary Sunday, June 26, will
move into their newly constructed home at 5850 S.W. 13th St.,
on or about July 14.
* *
Ruth Brotman is leaving by plane Sunday for Halifax, Nova
Scotia, to attend the convention of the Canadian Authors and
Canadian Women's Press Club, of which she is a member. Miss
Brotman will also give concerts in Montreal, Detroit and Phila-
delphia before returning to Miami. She will be accompanied
by her mother, Mrs. Nathan Brotman, who has been visiting
here all winter.
* *
Mrs. Alexander Kogan will entertain members of Boy Scout
Troop 35 at a swimming party at the Saxony Hotel Cabana Club
today. Troop 35 was recently awarded the honor banner for
Miami Beach for the past year. The troop is undeT the direction
of Scout Master William C. Krause.
* *
Leaving today for a trip that will take them to Pittsburgh,
Cleveland and Buffalo are Mr. and Mrs. Martin Spilka, 2509
Swanson Ave., Coconut Grove.
* *
Dr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Wasman, 7619 Abbott Ave., Miami
Beach, have just returned from an extended trip which included
Baltimore, Washington, D. C Philadelphia and New York. The
Wasmans arrived in Miami in time to celebrate their first
anniversary Monday, June 27.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Bloch of New York are vacationing at
the Sorrento Hotel, Miami Beach. During their stay they are
being entertained by their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Gordon. Mr. Bloch is affiliated with Paul Bloch and Associates,
newspaper representatives.
* *
Mrs. Rose Pertes, 445 S.W. 23rd Road, president of the DOV
Chapter of Mizrachi, is leaving today for her summer vacation
in Lowell, Mass.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert B. Wilensky, 1543 S.W. 7th St., an-
nounce the birth of a daughter, Ann Sheryl, born at Victoria
Hospital Tuesday, June 28. .
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Spector and son of 440 N.W. 39th
Ave., are leaving Monday for Detroit where they will spend
their summer vacation.
* *
Rabbi and Mrs. S. M. Machtei will return Friday, July 8,
from New York City, where they attended the wedding of their
daughter Eve Naomi, which took place Sunday.
* *
Miss Lillian Aronovitz and Miss Isabel Dresnick are leaving
today for a three-week tour of California and the West Coast.
* *
The bris milah of Stephen Owen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Allen
Wolff, 1331 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami Beach, took place Satur-
day. June 25. Acting as godparents were Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Kaplan. Gerald Wolff was sandek. Twenty-five relatives and
friends attended the simcha. The Rev. Philip Fried officiated.
ft *
Louis Cohn, Villa Claire, Palm Beach, is recovering in the
North from a severe illness.
* *
Albert Liebovit has joined the agricultural research staff of
the University of Miami. Mr. Liebovit, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Liebovit of West Palm Beach, is a recent graduate of the Uni-
versity of Florida.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Joe H. Lesser of West Palm Beach have re-
turned to their home after a short stay in Rome, Ga., where they
attended the funeral of Mr. Lesser's brother, Felix, who died re-
cently in West Palm Beach.
* *
Louis Gadon, Hebrew teacher at Beth David Talmud Torah,
left Tuesday for a short stay in Israel. He will visit his brother,
Israel, who is one of the only survivors of a large family in
Europe.
-K *
Mrs. Ethel Shochet is spending several weeks in Richmond,
Va., as the guest of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
A. Finley Binder.
Ruth Kahn, Stanley H. Davis Married
In Sebring Temple On June 12
Following a wedding trip to
North Carolina, Stanley H. Davis
and his bride are living at the
Helen-Mar Apartments, Miami
Beach.
The bride is the former Ruth
Kahn, daughter of Mrs. Michael
Kahn, Sebring. The bridegroom
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon
Davis, 2322 S.W. 23rd Terr.
The couple spoke their vows
in Temple Beth Israel, Sebring,
Sunday, June 12, at 8 p.m. before
Rabbi Morris A. Skop of Orlando.
Nuptial music was provided by
Miss Carol Jane Hudson, organ-
ist, and Maurice Kahn, cousin of
the bride, violinist. Miss Miriam
Kahn, another cousin, and Mc-
Intosh Burns sang.
Given in marriage by her
brother, Dr. Leon Kahn, Mobile,
Ala., the bride wore a gown of
imported white organdy with a
bouffant skirt which extended
into a short train. The skirt was
scalloped with tiny hand-made
flowers. The short sleeves were
shirred from the yoke to the back
of the bodice. She wore a three-
tiered veil of illusion, long match-
ing gauntlets and carried a cas-
cade bouquet of orchids, stepha-
notis and lilies of the valley.
Miss Anna Merle Abrams was
her cousin's maid of honor and
Miss Shirley Kahn, another cousin
from Pelham, Ga., served as
bridesmaid. They wore identical
gowns of pale pink dotted mar-
quisette with bertha necklines and
full skirts and carried cascade
bouquets of roses.
Frank Davis, New York, served
as best man for his brother, and
ushering were Stephen Davis, an-
other brother of the bridegroom;
Joseph Mirsky, Palm Beach,
cousin of the bridegroom; A. J.
Kahn, brother of the bride. Je-
rome Kahn, cousin of the bride,
and Marvin Kahn, brother of the
bride, lighted the tapers.
For her daughter's wedding
Mrs. Kahn chose an aqua crepe
gown with embroidered mar-
quisette. The bridegroom's mother
wore a printed crepe. Both wore
orchid corsages.
A reception at the Hotel Se-
bring followed the ceremony.
For the wedding trip the bride
changed into a beige linen suit,
Mr. And Mrs. David Meyer Celebrate
Golden Wedding With Open House
Mrs. Stanley H. Davis
Alembert
which she wore with cocoa and
green accessories and a rosebud
corsage. .
The former Miss Kahn attended
Louisiana State University at
Baton Rouge, where she was a
member of Sigma Delta Tau
sorority. She served as a member
of the executive board of the
Sebring Chamber of Commerce.
Mr. Davis graduated from Mi-
ami Senior High and the Uni-
versity of Florida, where he was
a member of Pi Lambda Phi
fraternity. He served as an of-
ficer in the Army for four and a
half years. ________
Selma E. Lipman
Betrothal Revealed
A September wedding is being
planned by Selma Eileen Lipman,
whose engagement to George
Hersh. son of Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam Hersh of Sherman Oaks,
Cal., has been announced by her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lipman
of Miami Beach.
The bride-elect is a graduate
of Miami Beach High School and
is now attending the University
of California at Los Angeles.
Mr. Hersh attended high school
in Brackenridge, Pa., and grad-
uated from the Robert Morris
School of Business after his dis-
charge from the Army.
Mrs. Bovernick To
Take European Trip
Mrs. Harriet Bovernick, 732 Eu-
clid Ave., Miami Beach, leaves
July 7 for a tour of Europe. She
will sail from New York aboard
the Queen Mary. England, Hol-
land, Belgium, France, Switzer-
land and Italy will be included
in her itinerary.
Mrs. Bovernick will return to
America aboard the Mauretania
on September 6 and will fly to
Boston to visit her family. She
plans to return to Miami on Octo-
ber 1.
Mrs. Aaron Goldstein
Mr. and Mrs. David Meyer, 2295
S.W. 9th St., celebrated their
golden wedding anniversary last
night at an open house given by
their son-in-law and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. David R. Rifas, in
their home at 1833 S.W. 21st Terr.
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer were
married in New York City on
June 30, 1899. Former residents
of Chicago, where Mr. Meyer was
an executive of the United Cigar
Stores Co., they moved to Miami
nine years ago and have become
permanent residents.
The Meyers have one daughter,
Mrs. Rifas, and two sons, Sig-
mund J. and Sylvester D. Meyer
Of Chicago and four grandchil-
dren, Hh>' !d and Harriet Rifas of
Miami
Meyer
Friedel
and Adeie and Hob r
of Chicago. Mr.
of We6twood. N.
k Sain
J. and
Miss Sadie Meyer of New York for the occasion
Mr. and ..frs. David Meyer
City, sisters of Mr. Meyer, came
to Miami for fhm evc*.
A famiK leunion and dinner
will take place at the Shelborne
Hotel on Sunday. This affair will
be attended by the Meyers' two
sons, who are arriving by plane
Ruth J. Hantman, Siegfried S. Gross
Exchange Vows At Temple Israel
Temple Israel was the setting
for the marriage of Miss Ruth Jo
Hantman, daughter of Mrs. Sam-
uel Hantman, 1260 S.W. 5th St.,
to Siegfried S. Gross, Asheville,
N. C, Sunday at 5 p.m. Rabbi
Jacob H. Kaplan performed the
double ring ceremony.
Given in marriage by her uncle,
H. H. Hyman, the bride wore a
ballerina length gown of white
nylon lace over cloud-pink satin.
Her shoulder-length illusion veil
fell from a pearl-embroidered
pink maline hat. She carried a
white bride's bible topped with
baby white orchids and stepha-
notis.
Mrs. Joseph Hantman, Chicago,
sLster-in-law of the bride, was
matron of honor and Miss Mar-
jorie Gross, niece of the bride-
groom, was maid of honor. Both
were attired in blue ballerina
length gowns and carried gar-
denias and delphinium.
Leon Gross, Asheville, served
Mrs. Siegfried S. Gross
as his brother's best man, and accessories and white orchid
ushering were Joseph Hantman, r
Dr. William Schiff, Donald Eanett
and Philip M. Brasher, Jr.
Presiding over the guest book
were.Judy Gross and Mrs. Donald
Eanett.. Assisting at the reception
which followed the ceremony in
Kaplan Hall were Miss Etta
Gross, Washington. D. C; Mrs.
Boris Francis, Miss Carol Thomp-
sor and Mrs. Albert Melohn.
The former Miss Hantman
chcr.jed into a dawn-gray suit.
corsage for the wedding tup to
Washington and Asheville. Upon
their return, Mr. and Mrs. Gross
will reside at 857 S.W 31st Ave.
The bride, formerly of Mt. Ver-
non, Ohio, attended schools there
and the University of Miami.
Mr. Gross attended the Uni-
versity of Cincinnati and is as-
sociated with the Miami branch
of City Ice and Fuel Company.


PAGE TEN
FRIDAY, JULY
8 Miamians To Attend
Young Judaea Camp
Eight young Miamians have
been selected to be campers at
the second annual session of the
National Senior Young Judaea
group, Tel Yehudah. which is be-
ing held from June 26 to July 17
at Tel Noar Lodge in Hampstead,
New Hampshire. Only 100 Senior
Young Judaeans, representing all
parts of the United State*, have
been chosen.
Miamians chosen include Allen
P. Rubinstein of Beth El Chapter,
Nancy Rothman and Elizabeth
Simkowitz of Israelites Chapter,
Louise Morgen and Rhoda Feld-
man of Beersheba Chapter, Ann
Broad of Chai:r. Weizmann Chap-
ter, Dalto.-. Becker and Charlotte
Glyck of Temple Beth Sholom.
The purpose of the camp, ac-
cording to Norman Scharin, ex-
ecutive director of National Young
Judaea, is 'to present, through
meaningful experience, an under-
standing of contemporary Jewish
life, which will predispose the
campers toward giving service to
the Jewish people through the
Young Judaea program in their
local communities."' A feature of
the three-week camp program
will be special celebrations of
Young Judaea's 40th anniversary
which is being observed this vear
by more than 900 Young Judaea
groups throughout the United
States.
An experiment in Jewish liv-
ing, Tel Yehudah seeks to develop
the interests of Senior Young
Judaeans along creative Jewish
lines in an atmosphere of cultural
Zionism. The daily schedule pro-
vides for manual work, super-
vised study, organized and free
play, creative Jewish arts and
craftsall conducted on a demo-
cratic community basis under the
over-all direction of Mr. Schanin
and his staff.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN
the un : <
business under the Hctltloua name of
H. ii, \ : t 3100 N. Miami Ave .
Miami Florida, intends to register
aid with the Clerk of the I I -
cult Court "f Pade County. Florida
EDWARD L \vi:i;KS
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ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCl'IT COl'RT OP THK
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VADA 1" .li'HI'.\x. Plaintiff
JOHN DONALD JORDAN, De-
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TO: JOHN DONALD JORDAN
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You h< reby ordered to fill
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Andron Chain Acquires
Loon Lake Hotel
Dr. David S. Andron, president
of Andron Resorts, owners and
operators of hotels for the last
thirty years in New York. Penn-
sylvania and Florida, has an-
nounced the purchase of Loon
Lake Hotel and Cottages located
in Franklin County, N. Y., 1800
ft. high, in one of the peaks of the
Adirondack Mountains.
The Andror. hotel company cur-
rently operates the Tower, Albion
and Crest hotels in Miami Beach,
and Dr. Andron is vice president
of the Miami Beach Hotel Own-
ers Association.
The Loon Lake Hotel consists
of 3,000 acres of marine and wood-
land estate. There are three main
buildings and 46 cottages, which
border upon the three mile pri-
vate Loon Lake, and along the
winding roads that weave in and
out of the estate. There is an 18-
hole golf course under the super-
vision of Golf Pro "Pop" Single-
ton, who has been with the Loon
Lake Hotel for many years. Bob
Decker, ranking tennis player,
will serve as tennis pro, and Mur-
ray Rumsey, producer, will be
director of entertainment.
The Loon Lake Hotel, which
opened this week, will be oper-
ated on the American plan with
dietary laws observed.
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the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fletltlous name of
Herman itadio 8upply Company at
174.-, X.IC. 2nd Ave., .Miami, Florida,
Intend.- to i.-gi-i,., said name with til.-
lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
HARVEY HERMAN
Sol.- Owner
6/31 7/1-a-U-tl
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OrVBN that
the .undersigned .desiriiiK to eiiKaae In
Cla.'r'vl'J'nUr ,,.'!e '""'""" name of
. U'H;.Dr5' Cleanera and Laundrv
at 2210 N. W. 62nd Street Miami
S^^ou^;,k#,or%.CIrCUltCo,,rto
OEOROE J. taua^TkpRA"AM
4^fl I.lneoln Road
Attorney for applicant
7/1-8-15-23-29
NOTICE
UNDER FICTITIOUS
...... NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the underalgned.....,|rin. to enaaee in
bus nesa under lh. a .... *a'i* "'
^H^oHi^Hf?
Miami, Plorlda. intend.' tor4i.t\*
;:;;, n.
LEO SHEINER
Attorneya for Applicant
Miami, Florida.
7/1-8-16-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
.. NAME LAW
'
:
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAVE LAW
IS HEREBY OfVEN that
leslring to engage In
tltloua name of
SPL \^ S CO. (not Inc.)
'. th Miami Avenue
I' Ida, Intends
name with the
Court "f Dade
I
ABERMAN,
Soli
,1 v\' IFF
Apl

NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
nderaigi I i engage in
Id is name of
X SODA at 150
Coral I lablea, Flor-
name with
'ourt of Dade
. I
ER8TEIN
."itX of June, 1945
Exeou,oHrtr,Eh,.tV,ir,',,;iATC.
V. Dlugatch. alao BJiw J t"**
Peldman Dlugatch iv a" J'
EIJtY STONE ^*,cn' '
Attorney for Executor
6/10-17-**, 7/1
NOT'CE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAVE LAW
v"" IEBY 1IVEN that
lurace in
i-i.....f TR1X
Heachi
the said
'ircult
t of 1 i .. Ida
s. Sole Owner
Ida-.
Fl.
i:
NOTICE OF
t.
; .
', .
- .. th,
r.\NN
SMITH
..ORDER OF PUBLICATION

th.
and
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
,wNOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fh titlous name J
COVIN CONBT CO. .,, I2n V V 17
'""<""r,^n^'co'vix-'-1.....t
ELRY BTONBCHA,BL CV,S
m'i'hr'"iy/'"' ,si,'": ''"vln nd
Michael < oviri
i/l-?-15-22-29
NOTICE UNDM ncT,T,OU.
"'i'1 GbtoB, Florida
>> Miami, Hade County BWu
REUBIN LEVINE
MARVIN LEVINE
,..... f|wners.
BERNARD HUTNER, E8Q
Attorney at Law w
913-16 Olympla Bldg.
.Miami. Kloridu
Vl-8-15-22
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
The Jewish Horidion so-
licits your legal notices.
We appreciate yOUr
Patronage and guaran.
tee accurate service at
legal rates. Phone 2-lUi
'or messenger service.
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WAREHOUSEMAN'S
SALE
~ OIVEN that
' ol Florida
Ware-
Receipt*,
1 I AND
M'ora-
.- lien,
Ina da.

' reach-In
v. Orr, 3:is
l>adi Countr,
he 13th da) of
i houri of
I furet
oTtn m)N"
'. i !tl! V 1154
; .; th, ,,.i| ,.: ,;>
Miami. Lade
Ijeacl Piorlds,
' June. 1949
,' ',' 'r,l:^-l'UL AND
"ARE..... SE CO
NOTICE OF SHERIFFS BAI
the underalgned a, 8h.rUf^,,2fi
County. Florida, acting u, ,***
virtue of a ceruin W*t 0 E,!?,!^
issued out of the Civil Cou,,T7r.UUo!
of Dade County. Florida n a e.^'
<-auM enUtled Allen R toow vTffl
Kl.nore trading Md doing bLkS
under the name of Florida l'olle?t?
porter, being Cause No sUjT hfll
eVle2 M"lu'n upon the fJ?,*
ing described property- ; ty^iwiB.
leaks; 2 .wlvel chairs; 3 offfiTtgg
leather divan. 1 photographic S
fied that I will sell the Said d^IcJSd
Y"f^L P'-oP'rt)' o the highest Tm
best bidder for caah at the south fi!
of the Dade County Courthouse is SI
City Of Miami. Dade o5Sff%ftfi
on the 4th day of July. |M{ fig**;
the hours of 10:00 o'clm-k A V I.!
2 00 o'clock P.M.. gild aaVSfii1
made to aatlafy Mld JS3sr5
gether with coata Including co8 rf
Hi'ir-o/'^"" t0 "> Saerurl
Dated thia 2 day of June. 1949
JIMMY SULLIVAN
Sheriff of Dade Countv, Florida
By: GEO F iiOLLT
Ct'SHMAN AND WOOdJSH "^
Attorneya at Law
710 Blscayne Bldg.
8/10-17-24 7/1


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NOTICE UNDER flcTn
.
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ttunde'r.if,nbed,
'llSllless tinder
AMBi t HOUSE'.,
ounty, Fi
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LEO Sin-
',nevs;..
nta
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X"TI
... NAVE LAW
Jf' Mid name with'th16!!!1" '" '
PJrcuuc....."7udu:
Ida.
SgiT^"......
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NOTICE UNOERLFICT7fTo^-
" dffiY. 2, ,h
. V.K to engage In
' nan.....f
HOES OF miam,
it. ;^k'. H"ad
Beach. Florida.
,-'-.i name with
| ourt of Dade
^"AUSLANDmi
i-t '.,'-. .M?MAN
ivr ., NOTICE TO APPEAR
H|NMFYH,I,n?Y-Hha,ntlff' V" 1ETE
nlMSI. Defendant
TO: I'ETER HIMEY
CHARUliJ STREET
OLD BRIDGE, NEW JERSEY
rou are hereby required tu fll u
appearance In the above dlvora ac-
tion on or before July i. 1J41 other-
wise a Decree Pro Confess-) will \n
entered againat you.
DATED June 3, 1949
E. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
" ircult Court Seal)
By R. H. RICE, JR..
HAROLD SHAPIRO. Attorney Cl"k
21 Uncoln Road
6/10-17-24 7/1
S"5

Piloting
KORMAN
N0T,CE "^^TfcT^UT"
notice i<
I. Miami
i";':l:l:v 1IVEN that
n. Il,.tit|, nam
mm
, NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IX THE COUNTY JL'l COl'RT
X AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
22401 ~ m ,,R,jBATEi *
In Re. ESTATE OF
W1LIJAM HERTZ. Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Paraoni Har-
lug Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Y"U- and each of you, are herebr
notified and required to present aaj
lalnia and demands which you, or
either of you. may have against tl
estate of WILIJAM HERTZ deceaani
late of Dade County. Florida, to tin
Hon. W. F. BLANTON. County Judje
1 <>f Dade County, and file the same In
I his office in the County CourthouM
In Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the .late of the
first publication hereof. Said claims or
demands to contain the legal addren
of the claimant and to be sworn to
and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred. See Section ISO of tot
1933 Probate Act
Date June etb," A.D 1949
Herman Wepman, Frieda Lut-
garten. Rose Kaplan. Lillian
Herts. Dr. M. J. Click.
As Executors of the Last Will and
Testament of WlUlam Herts, De-
ceased.
HERMAN WEPMAN
Attorney for th* Estate.
6/10-17-24 7/1
HAB, IN
.'.- A FRIEDMAN
32P ;-h\c.{!?
COUNTY,
"tiff. vs.
'"fendant.
MILTON
' .
fLOIt^ DADE
JANE .-'-!'",;"V
' ANN 5 ',,','Y- M
' i^'v'

ABBOTT
"/10-17-Jl ;/,llalnl|ff
C, FEIQE.
"eputy Clerk.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deslrlnK to t-ngago
In business under the fictitious nann
of OLSEN LUNCH at 335 N. E. I
Mreet. In the City of Miami, norida.
intends to register the said name *ly>
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Da
County, Florida.
,_ MARTIN POIJC, Owner.
"Ht.'AR RAPPAPORT, Attorney
51 Seybold Building
/10-17-2 7/1 ________________
notick under fictitious
Name law
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN th"
Jhe undersigned, desiring to engage u>
business under the fictitious name o
Little Doll House Beauty Salon *'
7 8. W. Ith Street, Intends M
register said name with the Clerk oi
the Circuit Court of Dade Count),
Florida.
MART L. PRIDE
., Sole Owner
/10-17-2 7/1-S ___
NOTICK UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW ....
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN tM'
the undersigned, desiring to engage
business under the fictitious name"
SUSAN'S DRE8S SHOP at '":
leah Drive. Hlaleah. Florida. !{
to register said name with the Lie'
o* the Circuit Court of Dad* Counu.
Florida.
HATT,B ALENlbB
t/l-U-H-M IA


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(IDAY, JULY 1, 1949
+Jmisli ftcrldHar
PAGE ELEVEN
Vital Statistics Of Jewish Education
Academic Year 1948 1949
A. P. GANNES, Executive Director,
Bureau of Jewish Education
The Jewish school year ended on Sunday, June 5, for Sunday
Schools and on Thursday, June 16, for the other schools. This was
the longest Jewish school year in the history of Miami and was in
consonance with the opening and closing of the public schools.
Hew Many Received a Jewish Education?
According to the reports received at the office of the B.J.E. the
total number of children receiving some form of Jewish education
was 2,403. This number includes those who attended a total of
eleven afternoon Hebrew and Yiddish schools, Sunday Schools, the
All-Day School and those who were taught privately.
Table IUnduplicaied Registration
Regifier
Beth David (Conservative) ............................ 444
Beth El (Orthodox).................................... 205
Beth Jacob (Orthodox) ................................ 105
Beth Sholom (Liberal) ................................. 365
Hebrew Academy (All-Day) .......................... 145
Miami Beach Jewish Center (Conservative)............ 373
juni Hebrew School (Orthodox) ...................... 142
Temple Isaiah (Reform) ............................... W
Temple Israel (Reform) ............................... 265
United Jewish School ................................. 225
Workmen's Circle (Yiddish) ........................... 37
Hebrew High School (B.J.E.) ........................... Q
ic Home ........................................ 35
Lessons ....................................... 50
2,463
How Many Children Attend Sunday School Only?
A breakdown of the above table indicates that 1513 of the chil-
3en attend Sunday School only, and receive no other additional
ucation. This is 60% of the children receiving a Jewish education
a the community. The increase in registration, it is quite evident,
has been in the Sunday School.
How Many Children Attend Hebrew and Other Schooli?
953 are receiving a Hebrew education. This number includes
the students of the Hebrew Academy. If we add to this total the 37
children of the Workmen's Circle School and the 35 children studying
at the Cardiac Home, the total number will be 1025 receiving a more
intensive Jewish education. In other words about 40% of the regis-
tered children in Greater Miami are receiving more than a Sunday
School education.
Table IIHebrew School b Yiddish School Registration
Beth David ........................................... "5
Beth El............................................... "5
Beth Jacob ........................................... g
Beth Sholom .......................................... ,~
Hebrew Academy ..................................... }
Miami Beach Jewish Center ...........................
Miami Hebrew School ................................ j
United Jewish School ................................. 1B
882
Private Lessons ...................................... 50
Hebrew High School .................................. \\
Cardiac Home ........................................ *;>
DR.MARCUS HEADS REFORM
RABBINICAL CONFERENCE
Dr. Jacob R. Marcus, the
Adolph S. Ochs Professor of
Jewish History at the Hebrew
Union College-Jewish Institute
of Religion, was elected presi-
dent of the Central Conference
of American Rabbis at its 60th
anniversary conventior in Bret-
ton Woods, New Hampshire. Dr.
Marcus, who was recently elect-
ed chairman of the Publication
Committee of the Jewish Pub-
lication Society, succeeds Dr.
Abraham J. Feldman of Hart-
ford, Conn., as president of the
oldest and largest rabbinical or-
ganisation in the United States.
One of the foremost American
Jewish historians. Dr. Marcus is
also director of the American
Jewish Archives, and a vice
president of the American Jew-
ish Historical Society. He is the
author of numerous books, the
best known of which is "The
Rise and Destiny of the German
Jew."
Hadassah Unit
Gives Donor Fete
Third annual donor dinner of
the Miami Beach Business and
Professional Division of Hadassah
took place on Wednesday eve-
ning, June 22, at the Delano Hotel,
Miami Beach.
Jean Brown served as mistress
of ceremonies and Marguritu
Marx delivered the invocation.
Lillian Goodman, president,
gave a summary of the year's
activities, in which she paid trib-
ute to the officers and members
of the board.
Mrs. Murray Grossman, vice
preident of the southeastern re-
gion ol Hadassah, outlined the
life of Henriette Szold. She stated
that Florida has been declared a
region by the national headquar-
ters of Hadassah and expressed
hope that the regional convention
to be held in the spring of 1950
will be held in Miami Beach.
Frances Lebon and Dorothy
Parker rendered vocal duets, and
the assembly aiso joined in sing-
Students Selected To
Attend Camp Conclave
Robert Shapiro and Mary Lou
Nelson have been selected by the
Congregation and Sisterhood of
Temple Israel to attend the Youth
Camp Conclave of Southeastern
Federation of Temples to be held
in Albany, Ga., on July 8, 9 and
10. Theme for this year's meeting
will be "Youth in Judaism."
THOUSANDS
HAVE FOUND HAPPINESS
through the
Clara Lane
Friendship Center
WHY NOT YOU?
Phone 82-3065
43 N. E. 2nd Street
(opp. TeL Co. Bldg.)
OPEN 10 A.M. TO 8 P.M.
, 11 :i ii!ii;iiiiiii!!ii!ii;iiitiuiii;inmiiiu*iiiu.iiiiimiiiiiuiimiiuiiuuiiiuia
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Phone 48-0346 For Free Delivery Anywhere
2634 PONCE DE LEON
(Cor. Ahneria Ave.)
Exclusive for "999"
Real KosherNew York
mmh
Workmen's Circle
37
1,025
Hew Many Jewish Children of School Age Are There in Greater
Miami? ,,. T .
According to the census conducted by the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation in 1947 and the estimated 9% increase for 1948, there are
a little over 4,300 Jewish children of school age (ages 5-14). Using
this as a basis (since comparatively few high school students are
registered in the Jewish schools), very close to 60% of children are
receiving one form of Jewish education or another.
Table HIPercentages of Jewish Children Receiving a Jewish
Education
1. 69 4-% received some form of Jewish .
education .........................(2463 as against 4300)
134 4-% receive a Sunday School only......(1513 as against 4300)
But of those attending the .....*
figure is 60% .................(1513 as against 2463)
S. 23 4-% receive a more intensive .
education ......................... }025 as against 4300
But of those attending it is 40%-----(1025 as against 2463)
4. 3*4% are receiving a very intensive educa-
tion at the All-Day School.........(145 as against 4300
But of those attending it is 14 %. .(145 as against 1025)
) '(only 59% of our children are receiving a Jewish education
what about the other 41%? The writer estimates that at some
time or other, more than 80% of our children receive some form
of Jewish education. In view of the fact that children do not
stay in the schools more thah an average of 2 or 3 years, not
more than 59% attend at any one time. In other words about
30% go unschooled. It means that about 850 children do not get
any Jewish schooling at all. To reach the unschooled is an im-
portant task. In the writer's opinion, however, a more intensive
effort has to be made to retain children in attendance for more
than 2 or 3 years. _
2. The number of children studying in the Hebrew and other dauy
afternoon schools is low. Parents must come to realize that a
Sunday School education alone is inadequate. Additional time
must be provided for Jewish studies. .....
3. In our Sunday Schools the boys and girls are evenly divided
with the girls having a slight edge. In the Hebrew Schools the
registration is overwhelmingly that of boys. An effort must be
made to encourage attendance of girls. Special classes for girls
should be set up and a Bas Mitzvah tradition should be estab-
lish in the community, requiring a minimum of two or three
years of Hebrew School education.
4. The 2 year Bar Mitzvah ruling (calling for 2 years Hebrew school
education before a boy may become Bar Mitzvah on the Sabbath
in a synagogue), should be extended to a 3 year regulation.
SUMMARY TABLES
1947-1848
unber receiving Jewish education ........................1,853
by School only ........................................ 909
>w School, Yiddish School, All-Day ..................... 891
mintage of Jewish children receiving Jewish education
|t any one time .........................................53 c'
1948-1848
Ler receiving Jewish education .........................2,463
My School only .........................................1,513
lw School, Yiddish. All-Day ............................1,025
ntage of Jewish children receiving Jewish Education
f any one time .......................................59%,
iSgjf
500 W. Flagler St. MiamiPhone 3-4639
NORTON PALLOT TIRE CO-
1454 Alton Rd.. Miami BeachPhone 5-5115
LOUIS E. PALLOT, President
ROYAL
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FRIDAY, July
Carolyn Guthmann Wed
To Donald Barmack
In Candlelight Ceremony
A candlelight ceremony at the
Shelborne Hotel Tuesday united
in marriage Miss Carolyn I. Guth-
mann. daughter of Mrs. Ruth
Guthmarn. 3900 North Meridian
Ave., and Donald Bruce Barmack.
son oi Mr. and Mrs. Albeit Bar-
mack. 620 Alton Road, Miami
Beach. Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan
read 'he rites.
The bride, who was given in
marriage by her uncle. Laurence
Guth.T.ann, wore a gown of Alen-
con lace with bouffant skirt,
fitted bodice and bolero. Her
fingertip French illusion veil was
secured by a Juliet cap of seed
pearLs. She wore a strand of
pearls and carried a white prayer
book adorned with an orchid and
stephanotis.
Miss Greta Joseloff, maid of
honor, was attired in pale laven-
dar marquisette over peach taf-
feta. Bridesmaids were Miss Rita
Zalkin and Miss Joyce Shabat
who wore pink and aqua taffeta
respectively. They carried colonial
bouquets.
Dr. Lewis Gluechauf was best
man for his nephew and ushers
were Edward Guthmann. brother
of the bride, and Laurence Guth-
mann. Jr., a cousin.
The bride's mother wore royal
blue crepe with an oreihid corsage.
The bridegroom's mother chose
brown lace with bronze acces-
sories and a corsage of orchid*.
A dinner in the hotel followed
the ceremony.
Mrs. Lewis Gluechauf was in
charge of the guest book.
Among the out-of-town guests
were Mrs. Caroline Werner and
Gustavo Uhry, New York; Mr.
and Mrs. Laurence Guthmann.
Chicago.
The bride and bridegroom are
graduates of Miami Beach High
and are attending the University
of Miami, where Mr. Barmack
is in law school and a member of
Zeta Beta t. .. fraternity.
The couple will honevmoon in
August.
Making final plans for the dance to be sponsored by the Miami
Business and Professional Division of Hadassah at the Ritz Plaia
Hotel. Sunday evening. July 3. are ll. to r.) Saul A. Cohen, manager,
Gertrude Krupnick and Fanny Levitt, general chairman. ____
Hadassah Unit To
Sponsor Dance
Sunday Xight
The Miami Business and Pro-
fessional Division of Hadassah
will sponsor its first Independence
D.,v dance at the Ritz Plaza Ho-
tel' 1701 Collins Ave., Miami
Beach, Sunday evening. Fanny
; rvitt is general chairman. As-
sisting her are Gertrude Krup-
nick, Rosalyn Strauss, Goldie
Sanders, Edith Bernstein and
Maralene Lurie.
Proceeds from this dance will
be used towards the group's pro-
jecta in L-rael. Reservations may
ide bv calling Miss Levitt at
81 oi Miss Strauss at 9-4843.
Obituaries
MAX MARK
' 719 Zamora Avenue, Coral
; eed .,> Sunday.
FELIX LESSER
Ag, West I'alm Beach. i> ib<1
., Palm BeMH hospital re-
> retired whol.sale merchant,
tin ired from Roma, 1 It wKe, I I. H and iHirod Lmnt;
Mm Harry Oeraon, Mrs
Atlanta, Mrs. Ituih
Itanooca, Mrs Olia
\. .. Vorfc Th>- remalni were
nervli pi and burial
ir
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SIMON SEIDEN
Parley Hears Plea
For More Work For
Civic Protection
ATLANTIC CITY, (JTAi
American Jews were this week
urged to devote the larger part
of their organizational activities
to the field of civic protection by
Samuel E. Kratcak, grandmaitei
of British Sholom, Jewish frat-
ernal organization, which is hold-
ing its 43rd annual convetion
here. One thousand delegates i Jewish Agency
from all parts of the United States
are attending the parley.
A plea to American Jewry to
"refrain from participation in the
political affairs of Israel," was
voiced last night at the conven-
tion's opening session by grand
secretary Louis I. Gilgor. "Our
people must be confined to eco-
nomic support to a destitute peo-
ple until the Jewish state is able
to deal with these problems on
its own.
Ashes Of tfazl
V in iins IIiiri*il
In .11 th sal in
JERUSALEM. (JTAlA coffin
of ashes representing the remains
of 200,000 German and Aust
Jews murdered during the war
by the Nazis was burled here this
week following funeral proces-
sions held in Tel Aviv. Rehovot
residence of the Israeli President
and Jerusalem.
"Words could not describe the
calamity which has befallen Ger-
man and Austrian Jewry.'' Dr.
Wc izmann said. Eulogizing the
victims, he added that the gravi
in which the coffin will n
. will serve as a "reminder to all
I Jews of the happenings of our
times and as a warning to Is-
raelis-, and to Jews abroad, :
deeds of the enemy."
Prior to being brought to Jeru- ]
salem from Rehovot. the cofl
was led through the streets of
Tel Aviv in a special funeral
procession witnessed by thous-
ands of spectators. Traffic was
halted in the city as a token of.
homage to the Nazis' victims.
The casket was met at tnt I n-
trance to Jerusalem bv Joseph
Sprinzak, speaker of the Knesset,
as well as by members of the
executive. Mayor
to the Yes! urin Syni gt gue, v
Rabbi Usiel di 'he final
eulogy. Followii I banting of
::: p: : tin
El M Racl ." the
Kaddis tegi then
: I to the tern] y c
the Sai irti t
whi re I
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Rabbi Judah L. Mainom del;-.
the principal eulogy. Other t:ib-
utes were paid to the 200.000
martyrs by Mayor Auster and Dr
Arieh Tartakower, of the Hebrew
University.
The cortege, numbering some
4.000 persons, slowly passed
through Jerusalem's main streets
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of B'nai B'rith will be guest speaker.
Subject: "RELIGION AND HUMAN RIGHTS"
MR. SIEGFRIED GEISMAR
Attorney, will conduct the service. A reception will follow.
FRIDAY. JULY 1st. 8:15 P.M. The public is invited to attend
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FRIDAY. JULY 1, 1949
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PAGE THIRTEEN
Sigma IIho AZA
Wins State Award
Sigma Rho Chapter of AZA
was presented with the Milton A.
Friedman Best Chapter Award
Tuesday night at the state con-
vention at the Hillsborough Hotel
in Tampa. Bob Hurwitz, Sigma
Rho president, accepted the award
on behalf of the fraternity.
The award, given to the best
all-round chapter, was presented
to Sigma Rho for their six-fold
program, which includes cultural,
religious, inter-chapter, social,
athletic and community service
activities. Tampa Chapter came
in second and was closely fol-
lowed by Miami Chapter No. 322.
Rita Steisman, who represented
Sigma Rho at the convention, was
selected state sweetheart of the
organization. Other candidates for
the honor were Shirley Slaff,
Tampa, and Marilyn Miller, St.
Petersburg.
Miamians Leave
For Camp Osceola
A group of Greater Miami boys
and girls will depart tomorrow
for annual summer sessions at
Camp Osceola for Boys at Hen-
dersonville, N. C, and Camp Os-
ceola for Girls at Horse Shoe, N.
C., Herbert Silver, director of the
camps, announces.
Boys who will camp at Osceola
are Daniel and Mitchell Appel-
routh, Danny Baitcher, Norman
Broad, David Ebenstein, Sidney
Ehrens, Marshall Garber, Stewart
Greenstein, Buddy Hayden, How-
ard Hummel, Marshall Kline,
Stephen Kurlander, Peter Levin,
Stephen Maloff, Danny Moret,
Leonard Morgen, Louis Pinder,
Norman Segal, Paul Shorr, Mit-
chell and Spencer Snyder, Wayne
Tobin and Bernard Wolfson.
Girls who will spend the sum-
mer at Osceola are Edith Blumen-
thaL Roberta Cameron, Helen
Degutz, Susan Fenton, Harriet
Gans, Ella Galvan, Susan Gross-
man, Joy and Susan Kane, Fran-
cine Kaufman, Barbara and Paul-
ette Kohn, Helen Liss, Barbara
Rabinowitz, Barbara Rosen, San-
dra Shapiro, Elza Jane Sherman
and Norman Wolfson.
Counselors at the boys' camp
will be Coach Tom Cushing, Al-
len Shaw, Julius Maselstein and
Ronald J. Mann, while Helen
Cushing, Edith Feldman, Ellye
Hayden, Selma Hayden, Doris
Rabinowitz and Muriel Schafer
have been selected as counselors
at the girls camp.
Bar Association
Elects Leaders
John H. Wahl, Jr., was elected
president of the Dade County
Bar Association this week.
Others elected to oft ice were
C. Clyde Atkins, first vice presi-
dent; John W. Prunty, third vice
resident; Arnold Ross, treasurer;
lilton M. Ferrell, secretary; Al-
bert B. Bernstein and J. Mark
Wilcox, directors, third class.
Subject to run-off election with-
in the next week are: J. Tillman
Pearson and Thomas H. Wake-
field for second vice president;
Sidney M. Aronovitz, Douglas D.
atchelor, David M. Turner and
Id R. Vann, for two direc-
tors, first class; Joseph Creel
Dante Fascell, J. Carringtoi
Gramling, Jr., W. O. Mehrtens
Sidney L. Segall and H. H. Taylor
Jr., for three directors, seconc
class.
ZOA President Praises Aims
Of Israel Music Foundation
Perl in ui l er Associates Succeeds
Feuer And Eisenstein, Realtors
The firm of Julius Jay Perl- tivity in the coming months which
mutter Associates, Inc., realtors,
has succeeded to the organization
and location of Feuer & Eisen-
stein, the real estate firm at 309
Lincoln Road, Miami Beach.
Effective today Julius Jay Perl-
mutter Associates, Inc. moves into
these new offices as a further
step in their expansion program.
The entire organization of 13
salesmen and saleswomen of the
Feuer & Eisenstein firm will be
retained, and additional person-
nel, specialists in their respective
fields, will be added to the staff.
These specialists will be assigned
to each of the categories of real
estate as heads of departments,
which will include residential
properties (homes and lots), com-
mercial properties (improved and
vacant), hotels and hotel sites,
apartment houses and sites, busi-
ness opportunities, mortgages and
loans and property maragement.
"Despite the present stagnant
market," Perlmutter said, "I am
looking forward to increased ac-
will surprise many people. This
move represents our confidence
in Miami Beach's future. We are
proceeding with the full knowl-
edge that some of the finest ele-
ments and families in the country
will invest in, live in and con-
tribute to the expansion of Miami
Beach."
Morton Russack is vice presi-
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Daniel Frisch. (left), newly-elected president of the Zionist
Organisation of America, receives an album of the first record-
ings issued by the Israel Music Foundation from Martin Adolf.
vice president of the Foundation, in New York City. Praising the
Foundation's activities in recording and disseminating a broad
repertoire of Israeli music, Mr. Frisch referred to this program as
"outstanding in scope and most promising of bringing about a
'closer bond between Israel and Jewries outside of its physical
boundaries." The ZOA is establishing a Music and Art Committee,
which has adopted as one of its first projects the dissemination of
Israeli music in cooperation with the Foundation. ____________^
Keys' Fishing Tourney
Now In Progress
The largest holiday weekend
crowd ever gathered in the Flor-
ida Keys* history is expected this
weekend within the 90 to 100 mile
boundary of the third annual
Florida Keys Summer Fishing
tournament between Homestead
and Marathon. The event, since
its May 15 opening, has already
attracted almost three times as
many participants over the same
period as a year ago.
The tournament, open to the
public without entry fees, has
made available a great array of
special trophies, prizes and cita-
tions for the "man, woman or
child rod and reel angler from
any place in the world" for out-
standing catches in the three di-
visions of general, still fishing or
trolling; plug casting and fly cast-
ing. The only requirement, be-
sides catching the fish with a rod
and reel, is that the catch or
catches be weighed at one of the
23 official weighing stations be-
tween Homestead and Marathon
as designated by a large official
black and yellow sign. At that
point the catch can be officially
weighed and registered on a reg-
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Chaja Ickowicz of Lodz, Poland.
Mr. Golsztajn died shortly after
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Mrs. Golsztajn is reported to be
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Sam Lobel, born in Ploesti, Ro-
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whereabouts is asked to call Mrs.
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secretary of the National Council
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FRIDAY. JULY
PAGE FOURTEEN
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Mr. and Mrs. GUbert Goldman of 4622 North Bay Road MUmjJfcjjdj. en.er.amed ,^group of
friends at an informal buffet supper and card party at the Delano Hotel last wee
prominent guests was the newly elected Mayor Turk and his wife.___________________
Cancer Institute To
Open Wednesday
The Dade County Cancer In-
stitute will open as a cancer de-
tection clinic on Wednesday, July
6, according to an announcement
by J. Gerald Lewis, president.
The institute will be open three
days each week. Monday between
10 a.m. and 12 noon: Wednesday
between 1 and 3 p.m.: Friday be-
tween 10 a.m. and 12 noon.
On each day a rotating panel
of five physicians, all members of
the Dade County Medical As-
sociation, will be on duty to take
care of the applicants who have
made appointments on the days
and hours indicated. Nurses and
x-ray technicians will also be on
duty. The medical staff will be
under the supervision of the
medical advisory board of the
Dade County Cancer Institute all
of whom are members of the Dade
County Medical Association. More
than 100 physicians, all members
of the Dade County Medical As-
sociation, have already indicated
their desire to become members
of the staff of the Dade County
Cancer Institute. Facilities for
diagnosis and treatment will be
added to the detection service
in the near future, Lewis states.
"Applicants who have been
medically advised of a cancer will
not be eligible a.- applicants to
the detection institute." Lewis
advises, "nor will applicants with
an income over S3.000 per year
be eligible unless recommended
to the institute by a physician.
All appointments must be made
previously bv phoning the insti-
tute at 2-5131."
The campaign just completed
netted a bit over $40,000 for the
institute, as reported by Oscar
Miller, campaign chairman and
H. A. Binder, director of the pro-
motion.
Beth Sholom Announces
Time Change For Service
Shepard Broad, president of
Temple Beth Sholom, announces
a change in the time of the Tem-
ple's summer schedule. Beginning
tonight the time of the Friday
evening service will be changed
from 6 p.m. to 8:15 p.m.
In issuing the announcement of
the change, Mr. Broad stated:
"We took a poll of the member-
ship to ascertain their preference
for services durinp the summer.
The majority of those who re-
sponded indicated that they pre-
ferred 8:15 p.m. and accordingly
the change in time will be in-
stituted tonight and will continue
throughout the summer months.'
Cerebral Palsy Clinic To
Open Speech Classes
The Cerebral Palsy Association.
Inc.. 304 S.W. 8th Ave.. will open
summer classes in speech therapy
July 5. Mathilda Davis, regis-
tered speech therapist, will be
instructor.
Parents of children suffering
from cerebral palsy are asked to
register their children immedi-
ately by calling Mrs. Jones, regis-
trar, at 2-6393, as only a limited
number of applications can be ac-
cepted.
"There will be no charge foi
members of the association." Mrs
Jones said, "and others will be
asked only a very nominal fee to
defray the cost of the therapist.
There are now 33 patients receiv-
ing physio-therapy and occupa-
tional therapy at the clinic."
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Medical Decree
Bernard Halpenn. 194 N.W.
24th St.. was among the 35 mem-
bers of the class of 1949 who re-
ceived then- Ba of .Medi-
cine degrei the Chicago
Medical School at commence-
ment exercises Saturday mon ing
at the John B. Murphy Memorial
Auditorium of the American Col-
lege of Surgeons in Chicago.
Dr. Clark Kuebler, president of
Ripon College, Ripon. Wis., was
i : speaker at the ceremoi ies,
Other speakers included Lestei
N Selig, chairman of the board
of trustees, and Dr. John J.
SI i inin, dean of the schi i >L
In recognition of "th< outstand-
ing work done by Dean Sheinin
.n securing full accreditation for
the school last Novi mber," the
I of trustees, upon the rec-
ommendation of t:, fa ulty, con-
ferred upon him an honorary de-
gree oj Doctor of Science. Dr.
John C. Evans, vice chairman of
the board of trustees was granted
an honorary Doctor of Laws de-
gree "for invaluable service to
the school over a period of years."
Mamchet.
Congreg.tion Bett Jacob (Or-
(,.,,. |:oo i.. 11:00 noon.
Miami Beach Jewiih Commun-
ity Center (ConservetiTe). 1701
Washington A*... Miami Beech.
Rabbi Irring Lehman. Cantor
Jacob Y. Goldrlng.
Friday .-vening service at : *;
.,l,v morning service at Rab .
U-himan will speak on the Weekly
Portion t the Uw. DaB* services at
.. mi and 1:46 p.m.
Jewish Community Center
(Conservative). 2020 Polk SU
Hollywood. Rabbi Max Kaufman.
Friday evening service al 8:15 p.m.
Saturday services at 9:30 a.m. Kl.l-
dush after the morning services.
Temple Beth Sholom (Liberal).
4144 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach.
Rabbi Leon Kronlsh; Cantor
Samuel Kelemer.
Friday evening summer service nt
8:15 p.m.
Congregation Beth El (Ortho-
dox). 590 S.W. 17th Ato. Rabbi
Murray Grauer, Cantor Milton
Friedman.
! [day evening aervlcea t:30. xb-
hath morning servloa at l:M '
Junior congregation at I" a.m. Mim-ha
ai 5:30 followed by Bhalos Beudoe.
Dally services s a.m. and I :|" p.m.
Temple Emanu-El (Reform).
1801 S. Andrews Aye.. Fort Laud-
erdale. Dr. Marius Ransom Rabbi.
Piidas v. nine aervioea at 8:00.
Hal bl Ranson ui officiate,
Congregation Keneseth Israel
(Orthodox). 432 Espanola Way.
Miami Beach.
Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m.
s.it irday morning services at 9 a.m.
Mlncha at 5 p.m. followed by Shalos
Seudos.
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Israelite Center (General), Ua
8.W. 24th St. '' *
Dally services at 7 a.m. Frld. ,-.
.ervlcea at ( p.m. Refreshment,S
be aervad Immediately toOowtia i2
services. Saturday morning ?,!*!
at a.m. """"
United Jewish Schools. Horti
Campus, University of MismL
Discontinued until fall.
Congregation both TliUh (Or
thodox), 935 Euclid Aye., MUaj
Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rici
orsky.
Friday evening service at 8:45 ,
Saturday morning at 8:10 nS3
Rackovaky will conduct seniott ui
apeak on the "Unjustlfy th Mbvi
Haturday at 6:10 p.m. Itabhl Rirk.
ovaky will apeak on 'rMucatlon ni
Practice," followed by Mlni-ha.
Shalos Seudoa and program of p,i
aatlnl&n songs. Maariv win follow
Dally aervlcea at 7:30 a.m. class
Mlshna will be addressed by the Rabbi
Servlcea t 7:00 p.m. followed by 1
class In Jewish laws and customs.
Temple Israel (Reform), in
N.E. 19th St. Rabbi Colmao A,
Zwitman; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplu
Rabbi Emeritus.
Sabbath evening service at l:li.
Corel Gables Jewish Cental
(Liberal).
Services discontinued until the faO.
Tempi* Isaiah (Reform), IOCS
Dade Bird.. Miami Beach. Rabbi
David Raab.
Friday evening services at MS.
Siegfried Oelsmar will 1 .induct tit
service In the absence of Rabbi David
Raab. (Jurat speaker will be Oilbm
llalkln. AIM. director Whose subjKt
will be "Religion and Human Klgbti."
A reception sponsored by the Sister-
hood will follow.
Religious Congregation, 40M
N.W. 4th St.
Serviced Saturday morning at ):H
o'clock.
Miami Hebrew School and Cos
qregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W.
12th Are. Rabbi Simon April
Cantor Berele Kelemer.
Services Friday evening at I:l
Saturday morning at S:3o a.m Minthi
at 8:30 p.m. followed by Bhalos Seudn
Hebrew school vacation from July I
to August 1.1 Dally service) .11 M
p.m. and 6:*5 p.m.
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FRIDAY, JULY I, 1949
Jewlsl> n$ricftoin_
PAGE FIFTEEN
Beach Hadassah
Board Meets
First board meeting of the Mi-
ami Beach Group of Hadassah
since the election of new officers
was held Monday at the Saxony
Hotel, with Mrs. Alexander Kogan
presiding.
The following committee ap-
pointments were made: Youth
Aliyah, Mrs. Leonard Barr; mem-
bership, Mrs. Fred Jonas; ways
and means, Mrs. Joseph Shaw-
mut; J.N.F boxes, Mrs. Irwin
Makovsky, Mrs. Arthur Simon;
J.N.F. trees, Mrs. Leon Ell; pub-
licity, Mrs. Ida Goldberg; vacation
project, Miss Elsie Schwabe; Chai
cards, Mrs. Irving Rothman; Ha-
dassah supplies, Mrs. Irving Wes-
tin, Mrs. Freda Newman; moving
picture project. Mrs. David Har-
ris; program, Mrs. Wm. Farr; poli-
tical affairs, Mrs. Murray Gross-
man; Federation, Mrs. Murray
Maurer; editor of monthly bulle-
tin, Mrs. Herman Popkin; bulletin
chairman to chapter board, Mrs.
Harold Spaet; spoons, Mrs. Beulah
Davis; hospitality, Mrs. Jack
Udell; youth commission, Mrs.
Joseph Shawmut; child welfare,
Mrs. Samuel Lipton.
Plans were formulated for sum-
mer activities, including a gala
dance to be held on July 3D with
Mrs. Bernard Silverman, chair-
man, and Mrs. Joseph Halfon and
Mrs. Jack Chutkow, co-chairmen.
Reservations may be made bv
calling Mrs. Halfon or Mrs. Chut-
kow. Proceeds from this affah
will go toward the building of a
hospital in the Negev area of Is-
rael.
Also on the agenda is a card
party to be held at the Ambassa-
dor Cafeteria during the latter
part of August with Mrs. Beulah
Davis, chairman.
Postmaster To Speak
At Sholem Lodge Lunch
"OperationPost Office" will
be the subject of a talk by Miami
Postmaster Samuel R. Valliere
today at 12:15 p.m. at the Sholem
Lodge, B'nai B'rith, luncheon in
the Downtowner Restaurant.
Chairman William L. Pallot will
introduce the speaker.
The weekly luncheon meetings,
now in their third year, are part
of the lodge civic affairs program
designed to interest the member-
ship in vital current events.
Prominent speakers in the fields
of business, government, religion
and education address the group
at their Friday meetings. A ques-
tion period follows the address
and the luncheons are open to all
B'nai B'rith members and their
friends.
BBYW President Visits
Mrs. Seymour S. Cohen, nation-
al president of B'nai B'rith Young
Women, who has been in Miami
for the District No. 5 convention
of the BBYW, is on an extended
visit at the home of her parents-
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A.
Cohen, 1864 S.W. 14th Terr.
Mr. Cohen is past national pres-
ident of the B'nai B'rith Young
Men and is now the BBYO di-
rector of Western Pennsylvania
and West Virginia with offices in
Pittsburgh. He will join his wife
today.
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Mrs. Lippman, Family In
N.Y. To Attend Unveiling
Mrs. Rose Lippman, 1349 S.W.
7th St., accompanied by her sons,
Edward and Seymour, and
daughter, Beatrice, left for New
York to attend the unveiling of
a monument to the memory of
her -on, Harold, who passed away
July 30, 1948, at the Kingsbridge
Veterans Hospital in New York.
Harold, who was in the initial
units of the D-Day invasion, was
wounded in St. Lo, France. He
was awarded a Purple Heart.
Mrs. Lippman and family aie
staying at the Piccadilly Hotel
during their New York stay.
UBsrmrrc&>
The agricultural settlement of Negba. at the
northern edge of the Negev Desert of Israel, was
one of the first to be attacked last year when war
broke out in Palestine. Subjected lo conslant shell-
ing, virtually every building in the settlement was
damaged (see top). For the past few months, the
residents of Negba have been busy rebuilding
(bottom) their homes and other structures. Its ex-
periences of the past yearits defense, its de-
struction and its rebuildingare typical of the
agricultural settlements of Israel. The rebuilding
of Negba, so that it can one* again house its resi-
dents, as well as absorb some of the thousands of
newcomers entering Israel is made possible
through funds provided by the United Jewish
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Hebrew School Holds
Last Meeting Of Season
The Miami Hebrew School and
Congregation held its last meet-
ing of the season Wednesday eve-
ning in the school building at
1101 S.W. 12th Ave.
Following the short business
meeting a reception was given in
honor of Rabbi and Mrs. Simon
April, who left yesterday for
a six-week vacation. Mrs. Joseph
Schwadron was in charge of ar-
rangements. Assisting her were
Mrs. Gershon August and Mrs.
Jack Stone.
Yiddish Theatre On the Air
W1IVZ
(940 on Your Dial)
EVERY SUNDAY
12:00 Noon to 1:30 P. M.
EVERY TUESDAY
6:00 to 7:00 P. M.
Yiddish Classical Hour
EVERY SUNDAY
A Variety of Stars in the
Latest Recordings Available
CLASSICALLITURGICAL
AND FOLK MUSIC
Listen to our New Feature
Yiddish Theatre On the Air
M. Nasatir, Program Director
Gables Lodge To Hold
Card Party And Social
A card party and social will be
sponsored by the Coral Gables
Lodge, B'nai B'rith, on Saturday,
July 16, at 8:30 p.m. at the Coral
Gables Woman's Club.
Alvin Corenblum, chairman of
the affair, has announced that
special mah jong tables will be
set up for the ladies and refresh-
ments will be served. Tickets at
$1.25 per person may be secured
from Coral Gables Lodge mem-
bers or at the door.
FREE FREE FREE
DemomtrationNo Obligation
LOUIS J. WINE
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