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The Jewish Floridian ( July 22, 1949 )

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Ili^viislh-IEIliOipidPiayn Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY IE 22—NUMBER 29 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1949 PRICE TEN CENTS b On KKK Urged „ ted by reports of Ku Clan-led terrorism which sweeping the Groveland north central Florida it weekend, the Florida ll office of the Anti-Debn League of the B'nai renewed efforts for -vide action to curb such (t and hate-inciting activi„ as the Klan has state n, achieved through funcunder a state charter," A L. Abess, chairman of Jrisory board and executive Itee of the league, said, "the freedom and safety of the of our state are in •ast two Klan groups now i Florida, Abess disclosed. ;he original Southern Klan, %  placed by Attorney Genm Clark on the federal %  Trent's list of organizations deny Bting force and violence to ithers their constitutional First chartered in Co, Ga., this group has shown if life in the Tallahassee March, 1949, this group .. application with the secof state to transact "busiithin the borders of the ..ccording to the applicale business was to be "opof a fraternal and patriotic irder known as the Knights JCu Klux Klan." other group, the Ku Klux if Florida, Inc., is a Klan tation which received a charter of incorporation ember 7, 1944, with princice of business at Orlando. jay be significantly noted," taid, "that Groveland, the the latest mob terrorism in ite, is located in central near Orlando. To date, -jrter, affording an aura of ability and legitimacy to n, has not been revoked." i called upon church, vetlusiness and other leaders lout the state to join toin "urging that appropri>s be taken to cleanse Florle menace of undemocratic .•s. Intolerance and bigotry io place in our state or re in the nation or the krnor Warren should remd that the next session legislature—special or regInact appropriate measures ttuate his January declarattat the Klan in Florida eliminated, Abess deurged that such recomlion include the state antikill, and such other meas[may be appropriate to the br's announced purpose," id. Icalling upon the governor >de the bill against hooded pked groups on the agenda special sess ion of the leg11 Begins For secutor In iansky Case AVIV, (JTA)—Proceedninst former Lt. Col. Isar fcho is held responsible for nition of Meyer Tobiansky, nber of the Haganah who Mistakenly executed on of supplying information enemy, will open in a lte's court in Ramleh. Beeri, one of the early I of the underground HaInd until four months ago I the information service [Israeli Army, is now a endent of a Haifa tile The Ministry of Justice 1 that he was the prosea summary court martial rroneously found TobianIty of treason. The case liewed recently by order per David Ben Gurion and I Tobiansky was entirely I. At the time, Mr. Ben announced that those reft for his execution would [by a civil court. islature that may be called was Andrew W. Gottschall, Florida regional director of the National Conference of Christians and Jews. Telegrams from Hy M. Morris, commander of the Department of Florida, Jewish War Veterans, and Obbie Rosenthal, commander of Norman Bruce Brown Post, JWV, urgently requested the enactment of anti-KKK legislation. Captured German Documents Claim Ex U.S. Envoy Okayed Nazi Policy Singer Urges Payment Of Unpaid Pledges As Local Agencies Face Critical Shortage With $491,585 of the $1,097,000 pledged in the 1949 Combined Jewish Appeal still outstanding, the Greater Miami Jewish Federation is faced with the problem of finding sufficient funds to meet its July commitments to the local beneficiary agencies, according to William D. Singer, Federation president. Singer therefore appealed to pledgees to make payments on unpaid pledges as soon as possible to relieve the critical shortage of funds. At the same time he announced that he was in the process of appointing a committee to undertake the task of bringing in uncollected donations. Last week $11,000 in unpaid pledges arrived at Federation office, but with the formation of the committee, Singer is confident that the amount will be increased conspicuously. One factor in the serious shortage, he said, is that so many people are now out of town. Singer pointed out that the Federation has already had to Housing Plan For Israel Outlined LONDON, (JTA) — A new scheme whereby immigrants arriving in Israel will either bring with them, or be preceded by shipments of prefabricated housing, was outlined here this week by Eliahu Dobkin, immigration chief of the Jewish Agency. He said that present housing plans will provide living accommodations for the 65,000 new immigrants now in Israeli reception centers, but said that immigrants who will reach the new state's shores henceforth will not be covered by these plans. By the end of the current year, Dr. Dobkin estimated, approximately 70,000 new arrivals in the Jewish state will remain unhoused. Including three vessels which disembarked new arrivals in Haifa last week, the Agency official said the number of Jews who have arrived in Israel since the proclamation of statehood now stands at 263,0p0. Institutes Will Aid North African Jews Now Living In Israel PARIS, (JTA)—The Israeli government and the Jewish Agency have set up special institutes to aid Jewish immigrants from North Africa to adjust themselves to life in the Jewish state, it was reported here by Eliahu Ehashar, Sephardic member of theiKnesset and leader of the Sephardic Jews in Jerusalem. '. Conceding that integration of the North African Jews into the life of the new state is a vexing problem to the Israel authorities, Mr. Eliashar said consideration of the differenaes in background between the Ashkenazic and Sep hardic communities must take into account the recent history and long-standing geographic isolation of the North African Jews Strongly condemning all expressions of prejudice aimed at the North African immigrants, the Israeli deputy recalled a recent assertion by Premier David Ben Gurion in which the qualities of this segment of the population were highly lauded. borrow $300,000 from a local bank to fulfill commitments. Two installments of $100,000—one last week—have been made and final payment is due in mid-September. In addition to the $491,585. which represents 1,006 accounts, there is still $160,755 in outstanding pledges in the 1948 campaign. This figure represents 587 pledges. At this time last year, only 33.21% of the total pledges were out, as against 44.81% this year. A.H Opposes llohlis Bill WASHINGTON, (JTA) — The American Jewish Congress registered its opposition this week to the Hobbs Bill now before the House immigration subcommittee, charging that the bill would grant the attorney general authority to establish concentration camps for non-criminal aliens. It was charged by Irving Jaffe, an A.J.C. immigration consultant, that deportable aliens, whose only offense is their inability to return to countries which will not readmit them, cculd—under terms of the measure—be imprisoned for life. Other provisions found objectionable in the Hobbs Bill would deny to aliens their constitutional rights against self-incrimination and revoke the safeguards of a fair trial, it was maintained. WASHINGTON, (JTA)—Anti-Semitic views claimed to have been expressed by Joseph P. Kennedy—during the time when he was U.S. Ambassador in London—in his conversations with the German Ambassador there in 1938, wore revealed here this week in captured diplomatic documents made public by the State Department. ? The documents, which claim that Kennedy approved of the Nazi treatment of Jews in Germany, were discovered in the top secret archives of the German Foreign Ministry. One of them is a letter from the then German Ambassador to Great Britain, Dr. Herbert von Dirksen, to Baron Ernst von Weizsaecker, State Secretary of the German Foreign Ministry who was recently convicted on war crimes charges. (Reached by the Jewish Telegraphic Agency in Hyannis Port, Mass., Mr. Kennedy said: "Evidently von Dirksen told the German Foreign Ministry what he thought thev would like to hear about me. So far as I am concerned, it is all poppycock.") In his report, von Dirksen wrote of Kennedy as follows: "The Ambassador then touched upon the Jewish question and stated that it was naturally of great importance to GermanAmerican relations. In this connection it was not so much the fact that we wanted to get rid of the Jews that was so harmful to us, but rather the loud clamor Accord Reached TEL AVIV, (JTA)—The Israeli-Syrian armistice agreement was initialed this week by representatives of both governments. The agreement will be formally signed this week, it was officially announced. Knesseth Israel To Purchase Old Beach Center Congregation Knesseth Israel has contracted for the purchase of the building at 1415 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach, from the Miami Beach Jewish Center and will take title and possession on July 28, according to an announcement by Edward Matthew, president of Congregation Knesseth Israel. The synagogue will be formally opened for services on Shabbos Nachnu on the evening of August 5. Cantor Fishman of New York will render the liturgical selections, Matthew states, and services will be conducted according to Orthodox tenets. Plans are now being formulated for High Holy Day services. Throngs Attend Israel Army Day Festivities TEL AVIV, (JTA)—Hundreds of thousands ol Israelis converged on Tel Aviv this week to celebrate Army Day and pay tribute to the young state's victorious troops. A perfectly-timed military procession paraded through the heart of the city to a Tel Aviv suburb where a crowd estimated at 50,000 witnessed President Chaim Weizmann bestow medals of valor and distinction on eight Army heroes. Four awards were also made posthumously to the families of slain heroes. All roofs, windows, balconies and public buildings were beflagged for the occasion. Formations of Flying Fortresses and Israeli fighters flew overhead. At 4 p.m., Tel Aviv time, the entire populace paused to honor the memory of those who made the final sacrifice in the liberation of the young state. Cannons were fired and sirens sounded during this period. Premier David Ben Gurion, addressing the celebrants from the reviewing stand where he was surrounded by top government offriendship with the Arab states carry a determination for the welfare and development of all Middle Eastern countries, but we must not discount the factors that persist in embittering relations between Israel and her Arab neighbors. "Despite our victories," the Israeli Premier continued, "we must pledge ourselves always to be prepared and to train our Army with the latest military technical developments." Mr. Ben Gurion emphasized that "fate ordered and history proved that largescale immigration and colonization are imperative for checking enemy encirclement." He appealed t ^ Tntin *^ 1 %  %  i ^ 4 1_ 4 -3 £ ll • ficials as well as members of the to Israel's youth to devote their diplomatic corps and other notables, declared: "Herzl's spirit pervades the newly-rebuilt state of Israel. The bravery and acts of our Army will stand out in world history and are comparable to valorous chapters in the Bible. lives to the defense of the homeland. Spectators were deeply moved when an Israeli hero — Gena Simantov—who lost both his arms and legs was carried to the platform to be decorated for his valor Our aspirations for peace and I by President Weizmann. with which we accompanied the purpose. He himself understood our Jewish policy completely; he was from Boston and there, in one golf club, and in other clubs, no Jews had been admitted in the past 50 years. In the United States, therefore, such pronounced attitudes were quite common, but people avoided making so much outward fuss about it. "Although he did not know Germany, he (Kennedy) had learned from the most varied sources that the present government had done great things for Germany and that the Germans were satisfied and enjoyed good living conditions. The report by the well-known flier, Lindbergh, who has spoken very favorably of Germany, made a strong impression upon Ambassador Kennedy, as I know from an earlier conversation with him. "As an illustration of how wrong impressions regarding Germany were being spread, Ambassador Kennedy related that recently 'Johnnie' Rockefeller, a very influential and sensible man, had told him that according to a report by one of the leading professors of the Rockefeller Institute, the limited amount of food available in Germany was being reserved mainly for the army, with the result that the rest of the population had to suffer want. As far as he knew, the professor who made the report was a Jew. He—Kennedy—had set Rockefeller right." Emphasizing in his report that when Kennedy spoke favorably of Germany, people had confluence in his statements "because he was a Catholic," the German envoy added that he "repeatedly and emphatically" welcomed Kennedy's intention "to enlighten" President Roosevelt about Germany. He then quoted Kennedy as stating: "The President wi.> not anti-German, but desin-d relations with Germany. However, there was no one who had come from Europe and had spoken a friendly word to him regarding present-day Germany and her government. "When I remarked that I feared he was right in this, Kennedy added that he knew he was right. Most of them were afraid of the Jews and did not dare to say anything good about Germany," von Dirksen reported. He added that when he brought up the question of the anti-Nazi attitude of the American press, Kennedy did not have much to say to these statements "and merely mentioned that the press on the East Coast was unfortunately predominant in the formation of public opinion in America and that it was strongly influenced by the Jews." Police, Unemployed Clash In Tel Aviv TEL AVIV, (JTA) — Several persons were slightly injured this week in a clash between police and about 1,000 unemployed who gathered in front of the Knesset building shouting "give us employment and bread." The demonstration of the jobless—all of whom come from the town of Ramleh—took place without any disturbances at the premises of the Israeli parliament, but when the demonstrators proceeded to Hakiryah, official seat of the government, they were halted by strong police detachments and were forced to disperse. In the course of the melee several policemen and demonstra^ su /f ered sli ht injuries. The Histadrut and the Federation of Industries this week signed an agreement stipulating that cost-of-liv.ng allowances will henceforth be based on the June index of 350 points, which is 20 Pw-1 -> es ? than the ln dex established for March.



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UDAY. JULY 22, 1949 Kirshner Becomes fcs. Edward L. Klausman [The marriage of Miss Birdye Irshner. daughter of Mr. and J-s. Wolf Kirshner. Hollywood, rmerly of Miami Beach, to Edard L. Klausman, son of Mr. Ed Mrs. I. Klausman. Miami parh. was solemnised June 4 at ie Sorrento Hotel, Miami Beach. [Given in marriage by her Ithcr, the bride wore a ballerina ngth gown of cinnamon colored J* over pink taffeta. Her boulder length veil extended om a pink feathered bonnet, he carried a nosegay of white ,-rhids and eardenias. [Miss Tridell Joan Kirshner irved as maid of honor for her iter in a ballerina length white fgandy gown over apple green ifeta. She carried Talisman ses. Charles Jordon was best %  an. (For her daughter's wedding Irs. Kirshner wore blue printed Ilk, while the bridegroom's mc~ Ser chose green printed silk, foth wore gardenias. [The former Miss Kirshner atended Hahremann Hospital chool of Nursing, Philadelphia, ihe bridegroom attended the %  niversity of Miami, served in lie Army Air Corps during the jrar and is president of the EdJar Music Enterprises, Miami jeach. The couple is residing at 2383 lamingo Dr., Miami Beach. jtrothal Announced Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Putternan, Norwalk, Conn., announce lie engagement of their daughter, larcia, to Edward Lippman of Jliami. at a dinner party Friday, luly 8, at the Concord Hotel, iCiamesha Lake, N. Y. The occasion also marked the bride-elect's birthday. Miss Putterman, a student at |he University of Miami, is a riember of Iota Alphi Pi sorority. Her fiance, son of Mrs. Rose jppman of 1349 S.W. 7th St., is graduate of New York University. He served three years in the United States Army and is (he cameraman who scooped the i'orld in 1945 with his filming of the bomber crash into the Empire State Building. He has continued his filming activities while residing in Florida and has recently completed the filming of two color snorts for the state of Honda. serve BORJCHT .... buy R0KE4CN *• Jen 1st fhrldtar PAGE THREE %  Mrs. Maxwell Schwartz Irene Budner Weds Maxwell Schwartz The marriage of Irene Budner, daughter of Hyman Budner, 2010 S.W. 17th St., to Maxwell Schwartz, son of Rabbi and Mrs. Abraham Schwartz of Key West, was solemnized by Rabbi Max Shapiro and the bridegroom'* father. The double-ring service took place June 26 at 6 p.m. at Beth David Synagogue. The bride wore a gown of ivory satin with fitted bodice and clusters of seed pearls. Her skirt extended into a court train. Her fingertip veil was held in place by a seed pearl tiara and she carried a white bible topped by an orchid and orange blossoms. Hal Baumgarten served as best man. Ushers were Murray Budner, brother of the bride and Paul Safer. Ira Schwartz, nephew af the bridegroom, was ringbearer. A reception and dinner followed the ceremony. Mrs. David Rabin kept the guest book. The bride attended the University of Miami and the university of South Carolina, where she was a member of Delta Tau sorority. Mr. Schwartz attended the New York Technical Institute of New York. Puchkoffs To Leave Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Puchkoff, 1550 S.W. 16th Ave., are leaving June 26 for an extended trip to the Catskills and New York City. Mr. Puchkoff was recently honored on the occasion of his birthday by his four grandchildren, who planted twelve trees in the Herzl Forest in Israel in his name. At the same time Mr. Puchkoff presented a gift to the housing project in Israel in memory of the jahrzeit of his parents. MIRRORS FINEST QUALITY — MADE TO ORDER IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Auto Glass Installed — Furniture Tops Store Front Construction ADAMS GLASS SERVICE ~H ir Glass We Hars IT 1805 PURDY AVE.. M. 1. 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Miss Suzanne Nelson, maid of honor for her sister, was attired in blue frosted organdy and carried talisman roses. Milton Segal was best man for his brother. Following a wedding trip through the state, the couple will reside at 1209 S.W. 14th Ave. Mrs. William Feldman Ruth Steinberg Weds William Feldman A white satin gown was chosen by Miss Ruth Steinberg for her wedding to William Feldman on Sunday, June 19, at Congregation Beth El. Rabbi Murray Grauer officiated at the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of the Harry Steinbergs of this city. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Harry Feldman, also of Miami. The bridal gown featured a lace bodice and the bride carried a white prayer book topped with a white orchid. Mrs. Marvin Rickard was matron of honor and her husband served as best man for his brother-in-law. A reception at the home of the bride's parents followed the ceremony. Following a motor trip through the state, the newlyweds are living in Miami. 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"--'-% %  .-r. ..-. -. _ire .1 .: %  '.:-...-. ce n se Fiarksc aecr V--.---. Te dots ;fc-;-.."V.V Vl •.-.<= 'V".'•: 30I beSS •.H--:--.,',-i-.-., t-.•-.•• -----.-. vjr~-.-on Cocnmiflee have tcld f -^1 •*-n-:h should provide the America:-. Jewiih ^J -—-%  ; with a feeling of pride and sctsactx^ Ch:e annosinceaient made it knowr: -j-.~ thaU •-e UXC w-Jl open in Pane a schcr.: ci fc^i s-c-r.-l work to train qualified students tice: ]ev| DOSHBOsMn of Europe and North Africa. A second announcement revecls •>-• iejivl •.-..= MHMMi is sending students so ; tecriej 3e-..-.ar c he held at the Hebrew V-venn e students will return to their -r_ve 5^1 .r_-.es so help fill the need tor quelled teccaejl c: Hebrew and other subjects in schools wjjgj IX C suppers mckes possible in ms.-.y erect i\ Z_-cp< zzi North Africa. Stffl —c-her JJ5.C. report tells oi a ce* de-l veicpntecs i„ France. There, under she ru.:=a z: rj trc_-.ed American Jewish B——a worke the sorjaeriy divided elements of rreach ; bare aasstd in a country-wide fserWi we_ri| -.-..e v. ;-„;.-. will seek to raise funds sh_i :_I1 a I the s-ppcrt of French Jewish child cere rel| and fhe: communal responsibui-es. 7.-.eie cr-nouncements carry an IMC _-_-.: a| sere 7-ey u-.diccte that ounright relief help ja .--.-.re: she prjnary motif of J.D.C. s oveaeai el forti cs least cs far as Europe is ccr.ceraed Q ;-:se .'DCs relief and economic :e:crjtrjct ch ;s still large ana vital And J.D.C. OOSBSMI tc aad b e t wee n 15.000 and 20,000 persccj so lent Europe every month for Israel and osher kaa But now, J.D.C a also helping to shape "hehcai fa those Jews of Europe who. largely throng: 3 help are regaining a goodly measure oi stir rufficiency. Tne J.D.C. is thus preparing for that day wbe it A-.ll be able to withdraw from Europe. Ai when :' %  does, it will leave behind is mote 'in memory of American Jewish generosity which M s.-.e hour ci need made it possible for JD.C. pcur :n emergency and reconstructive aid on c heroic scale so rescue the survivors c: the Bfeq l rrcr. .'.-. she revived Jewish communities ci E'uropeand cesp.se the great exodus to Isrcel new taJaug place from the DP areas and some Eastern lands j many such communities will remain—JD.C. w3 leave behind a living heritage. This heritage wJ c.--s^s oi trained Jewish men and women, cb 0 belp their home communities to take careen themselves and to make their own "*"ay agen .' will consist of communities aware of their re sponsibilioes and organised to meet them It il rc-sis: cf a revived Jewish life in Europe makn9 its contribution again to world Jewish culture, and so the historic developments now taking p' 09 ..-. Israel. Coral Gables Jewish Center Breaks Ground For New $65,000 Edifice % %  %  %  %  Kin: r< monies ~: the benstruction of the lb Center temjftfctfe. -_ _,--.„„ ^.v..r Will-:•• school building dermo Ave., Coral edifice ii expected a time for High ; : -ices. wed ai toast%  at Sunday's exercises, attended by over 350 .••vocation was delivered i-or.a.d Michelson. Hillel t the University of Miicipal address was given ris Skop. spmtual vr.gregation. k* were Herpresident of the •• egation; Dr. Jacob H. Kapent of the Greater Mi• Association; Sam • Gebles resident the founders of the n Mayor W. Keith ars SS iterhood presi%X ire c u u rea J in e 9 9X f.V n d f or lhe CoxaJ Cail Jw"h Center ax. IL i Schulfand, Sam Welawl and Haibert Oelerater, %  tsnrtJrT i ?? (L *•>. Muri ngM7crjas ir^37xi*gli ^^^^u^^ Morn. SJtop, Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan and William Sing.r "* r) Dr Don^d MeSSsoB, Pabh'i Mum nd NIjur 'ce CorenGroup jia-j, to -' Joseph ^ Id f • n With thr Rabbi Leor i; cxnediction. led by Canfc who is servia?ogue. ^h offered the Rehabilitation School Set | Up For Israel War Blind HAIFA. (JTAJ—A school | the rehabilitation and -eadjustJ ment of Israel's blinded war ve:erans has been established by she Defense Ministry's rthabiliUW division here. An initial group a 20 sighUess veterans will JjJJfl trades and become se^-suppa'ing in spproximately one y| under the supervision of teaches who are also blind. The school J the first of its kind in the Je** 1 1 state. Published tvary '"***/',??* I u* Th Jewish Flor.d.anJJPV S*th Str..t. Mi.m. IS. "JJ^ tre a* cond-cla rrattej ^ 1M0. at th. Poat OffaW J* "g Fl.. undar th. Act of MareK J^ Th J.wlah Flondian hai aw-j^ • Ji.iih Unity a"d •JL.'tS Wakly. Mambar of tha J ""S |< yndlcat.. WoHdwIda "'£„*£* Nathtnal Sditorlal Aatae'aSJJp -^ can Aaaociatlon of L"'"*JM+ Nawapaoara. riortda Praaa A"7^ SOBSCHIPTION ATE tj, Or a vaar J |~J Tart Vaa ra IJJ J?^ FUED K. SHCXHffT Editor and PubllaHaf ^ Telephones UMl-Jf 11 OFHCE and PLAl" 120 W. E. Sixth JggUVolume 22 l^l FRIDAY. JULY ili^ TAMMVX 25, 570f



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)AY, JULY 22, 1949 +Jml$l)tk)rktian PAGE FIVE ~-r Fannie B. Lechter. r of Mr. and Mrs. Elias en son. 1585 S.W. 13th Ave.. married to El kin Rubin in New Orleans on June Her husband is affiliated the Rubenstein Store in Siieans. U>ay Picnic Slated oneer Women, Club No. One Miami Beach, and Golda rson Club will jointly sponBn all-day picnic and dinner he private beach of the Strath en Hotel, 4th St. and Collins Miami Beach on Sunday, ust 7, Mrs. Henry Seitlin anPOSITION WANTED ompanion to elderly or sick >n. Will lake care of children ssume charge of motherless Room. Board and Small ry. Call Mrs. Mandel at Ml. Mornings or Evenings. FOR RENT Single or Double Rooms Buld Share Kosher Kitchen Elderly People Preferred 19th Ave. Reasonable Rates PHONE 82-2915 T — SALE — LEASE Royal Palm Ave., Cor. W. St.. Miami Beach. Furn. resi3 large Bedrooms, Living Dining Room, Equipped ten. Closets, Powder Room, rate Maid's Room adjoins 2 Garage, 2 Porches, Bathis. Gardens, Nearby Schools, Supply, Temple Beth Dm. CALL JACOBS 5-2135 IVESTMENT ADVISER :K advice—Handling Di^creary accounts advice, mall your investment tlem with minimum fee of $5.00 able In advance, to: NATHAN ABRAHAM 5. Box 1922 Miami 11, Fla. ESTELLE KRONICK — Soprano — WEDDING SOLOIST Ph. 58-2531 Days Or 58-7202 Week-Ends and Evenings Life Insurance Estates kuthoritativaly Programmed NAT GANS Metropolitan Life In*. Co. 907 Blscsynt Bldg. Ph. S-4611 or 4-9981 Bee or phone mo for your LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS )R. LONG'S CLINIC -Surgical Treatment of HERNIA (Rupture) HEMORRHOIDS SHRONIC DISEASES (1 S. W. 13th Avenue PHONE 3-2748 SERVICES OF CANTOR je New York following. silent Singer. Exceptional [good voice. Call 9 to 5. 611 NX la* Ave. Phone 82-8971 ALSO SHOCHED iNTOR COOPER FREE TRIAL Personally Speaking Julius Sir, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sir, 811 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach, received his BA from the University of Florida. The bris of William Stephen, son of the Samuel Richard Bossaks, 3894 N.W. 2nd Terr., was held Tuesday at Doctor's Hospital, Coral Gables. Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiated at the first Jewish bris to be conducted at the Coral Gables Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Sol Goldstrom arrived at Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville, N. C, last week to spend the remainder of the summer season there. Mr. and Mrs. Philip P. Rothschild, 3120 S.W. 7th St., have returned from a three-month trip, during which they visited relatives and friends in Buffalo, N. Y., and New York City. Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Rubin, 5525 La Gorce Dr., Miami Beach, announce the birth of a son, Joel William, born July 15 at St. Francis Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Appel, 1605 Lenox Ave., Miami Beach, have just returned from an extended Northern trip. Their itinerary included Mt. Clemens, Mich., Ontario, Niagra Falls and New York City. Dr. and Mrs. Elliott C. Cohen are now residing in Miami after a prolonged stay in New York. Mrs. Cohen is the former Judith Weiss. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Weber of 3805 Turnberry Circle, Houston, Texas, announce the birth of a son, Mark, on July 12. The mother is the former Gertrude Shaff, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Shaff, 1886 S.W. 16th Terr. Mr. Weber is associated with Askins Clothing Store in Houston. Vincent Pazol of Jupiter has been confined to his home for some time by illness. Isadore Eskowitz, his sister, Mrs. Manuel Greenstein, and her daughter, Billie, of West Palm Beach, left Sunday by car for a visit in Steubenville, Ohio, their former home. Mrs. Greenstein is the wife of Rabbi Greenstein of West Palm Beach's Temple Beth El. On a cruise of the Caribbean are Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Treister and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Williamson, residents of Miami Beach. The couples sailed from New Orleans aboard the Alcoa Clipper. Included in their itinerary will be Kingston, Jamaica; Willemstad, Curacao, Port of Spain, Trinidad; La Guairo, Puerto Cabello and Guanta, Venezuela, and Trujillo, Dominican Republic. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Cohen of Miami Beach left last week for an extended trip through New England. They were accompanied by their daughters, Ann and Arlene. Mr. Cohen is owner of the Hotel Continental and Westover Arms. Saul Grundwerg, son of the Samuel Grundwergs, 1236 Drexel Ave., Miami Beach, is spending the summer at Camp Massad, Tannersville, Pa., where he is serving as junior counselor under the guardianship of an Israeli horticulturist. His brother, Moses Josef, who is attending summer sessions at the University of Miami, will join him when school closes. Camp Massad was the first Hebrew-speaking camp in the United States. -ft •* Edward Newman is recovering from a tonsilectomy. Mr. and Mrs. Max Hoffman of Miami Beach left last week for a three month trip that will take them to the West Coast. They will stop in Evansville, Indiana, where they will visit Mr. Hoffman's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Hoffman; in Chicago, where they will visit Mrs. Hoffman's mother, Mrs. Sarah Fields, and her family; and in St. Louis, Mo., where they will meet the Harry Magids and continue westward by car. Joe Lesser of West Palm Beach is spending his annual vacation in Rome, Ga., and nearby cities. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Bender and Mr. and Mrs. John C. Starr are vacationing for several weeks at Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville, N. C. Mrs. Al Berman, 1436 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach, will return Monday from a sojourn in New York. Sarah Haber, Arthur Bookbinder Exchange Vows At Variety Club The bride wore a gown of white satin with a court train. The fitted bodice and panieres were embroidered with beads and seed pearls. Her silk illusion veil extended from a coronet also embroidered with beads and seed pearls. She wore long satin gauntlets, a single strand of pearls and carried a bible adorned with orchids and stephanotis. Matron of honor for her sister was Mrs. Martin Greenberg, who wore a pale lavender Chanrllly lace dress. Her bouquet and tiara were of roses. Stanley Bookbinder was best man for his brother. The bride's mother greeted guests in a black beaded gown. The bridegroom's mother was attired in aqua. Both wore orchid corsages. Dinner and dancing at the club followed the ceremony. The former Miss Haber attended Wilhelmina School in Curacao. Her husband attended the University of Florida, where he was affiliated with Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity. A member of the Variety Club, he is former manager of the Colony Theatre and is now managing the Stanton Hotel, Miami Beach. Following a wedding trip to North Carolina, the couple will reside in Miami Beach. Mrs. Arthur Bookbinder —Kaye and Muldan Miss Sarah Haber, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Haber, Curacao, Netherlands West Indies, became the bride of Arthur Bookbinder, son of Mrs. Lillian Bookbinder, 1200 Pennsylvania Ave.. Miami Beach, Sunday, July 10, at the Variety Club atop the Alcazar Hotel. Rabbi Isaac H. Ever and Cantor Berele Kelemer performed the ceremony. Daughter Born To Leon Liebermans Mr. and Mrs. Leon Lieberman, of 1444 S.W. 5th St., announce the birth of a daughter, Ardele Nancy, at the. Victoria Hospital on Friday, July 15. The baby weighed eight pounds six ounces. The mother is the former Ida Rauchbach. of Newark, N. J. Mrs. Lieberman's sister Mrs. Martin Goldman, of Hillside, N. J., will fly to Miami today to meet the new arrival. She will be the house-guest of the Liebermans for two weeks. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers Bena Shechtman To Wed Maurice Ehrlich Planning an August wedding is Miss Bena Shechtman, whose engagement to Maurice Ehrlich was recently announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Shechtman, 870 N.W. 19th Ct. Mr. Ehrlich is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Ehrlich, 1671 S.W. 16th St. Both he and his fiance are Miami High School graduates. Bnei Akiva To Send Delegates To Meet Plans to send a group of delegates to the national convention febe held in Chicago in Septem-1 r are being made by the local ( chapter of Bnei Akiva, the religious labor Zionist youth of Hapoel Hamizrachi. Prominent Civic Leader, says: "I have found it very fielpful and convenient to use FARR'S service when making travel plans." FARR "Your Travel Agent" Make your home COMFORTABLE and at the same time keep the structural lines modem. Your home needs a certain amount of SUN, AIR and LIGHT to assure against DAMPNESS. RAINSHIELDS protect our Windows. Drapes. 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)AY, JULY 22, 1949 [ine D. Danziger raged To Wed il S. Furman Elaine D. Danziger betrothal of Miss Elaine Danziger to Paul S. Furson of Mr. and Mrs. Louis jrman, 1235 Pennsylvania Miami Beach, has been reby her parents, Mr. and Jerome Danziger, Elizabeth, bride-elect is a graduate ittin High School, Elizabeth, Ithe University of Miami. She [member of Phi Sigma Sigma Yity. f. rurman attended the Unifty of Florida and was gradfrom the University of MiHe is a member and past went of Pi Lambda Phi fratke wedding is planned for fall. Jean Bromberg Jean Bromberg To Join August Brides Mr. and Mrs. Luther Bromberg, 2350 S.W. 17th Terr., announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Jean Miriam, to Leon Joseph Kuller, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Kuller, 2724 S.W. 34th Ave. The bride-elect attended schools in New Haven, Conn., and Miami and is a graduate of Franklin School of Dramatic Arts. She sang professionally for several seasons. Mr. Kuller attended schools in Philadelphia and is a graduate of the University of Miami School of Art. He served 22 months in the armed forces, 18 of which were in the European theatre. The wedding date has been set for Sunday, August 14. Personally Speaking Dr. Louis Covennan returned to his home in Bucyrus, Ohio, Tuesday after spending some time with his brother and sisterin-law, Mr. and Mrs. Hy Coverman, 4441 S.W. 1st St. + + Miss Maxine Ellen Pred arrived here by plane from Aberdeen, South Dakota, Tuesday night to spend several weeks as the house guest of her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. David Pred, 1015 West 46th St., Miami Beach. Miss Pred is a sophomore at the University of Iowa, where she is a member of Sigma Delta Tau sorority. Mr. and Mrs. Umber to Orvieto, of 315 E. San Marino Dr., are en route to Italy where they will remain until October visiting their relatives and friends. Among the cities in which they will spend time are Venice, Florence, Rome, Naples, Milan and Padua. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weiner left Tuesday for Madison, Wis., to spend several weeks with their daughter, B/zrbara, who is attending summer session at the University of Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Adelman are enterlaininq North Carolina friends and relatives. Among the visitors now here are Mrs. Adelman's sister, Mrs. Becky Myers of Greensboro; her nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rymsky; her sister-inlaw. Mrs. Jennie Brenner and her son, Herbert, of Winston Salem; Mrs. Fannie Jaffe of Greensboro. Dr. Peritz Scheinberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. Scheinberg, 400 S.W. 9th Ave., is spending a week with his parents. Dr. Scheinberg, who was recently awarded a fellowship to continue research in brain circulation at Duke University, has served as associate professor in the medical college at Duke on a fellowship from the American College of Physicians. PAGE SEVEN H. Magids Leave For Cross-Country Trip Mr. and Mrs. Harry I. Magid recently left for Atlanta, Ga., to visit their daughter, Mrs. Ghertner, and their son, Malcolm James. They will proceed to Nashville, Tenn., where they will visit their eldest son, Mitchell S., and his family. From there they will head for Yellowstone National Park and British Columbia, then down the west coast through Washington, Oregon, California to Mexico. They expect to be gone about three months. *nice Schonfeld jects September [September 18 wedding in the dstock Hotel, New York, is f planned by MLss Bernice iifeld, whose engagement to Jerome Kraslow, Miami, .een announced by her parMr. and Mrs. Sam SchonNew York. Schonfeld attended the % erslty of Miami and gradu[from Hunter College in New j& prospective bridegroom, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Kraslow, New York, is a writer for the Miami Id. He attended City College ew York, graduated from the fersity of Miami and did gradwork at Columbia Universimember of Sigma Delta Journalism fraternity, he also [elected to Iron Arrow, men's rary fraternity at the UniIty of Miami. He served with \ir Force as a B-29 instructor ig the war and was formerly lie staff of the Miami Daily ilibi Shapiro To Id r ess Couples Jbbi Max Shapiro will discuss Jewish Philosophy of iage" and will lead an open ssion of the subject at the meeting of the Beth David Jg Married Couples' Club to eld Sunday evening at 8:15 lie Beth David auditorium. i Shapiro's talk will supplei a discussion on "The SePhilosophy of Marriage" regiven before the group by less Spirer, director of the ersity of Miami Guidance pr. freshmen ts will be served cards will be available after address and forum. Admis[is 25 cents to cover cost of iments. Emma Lazarus Chapter To Meet Tuesday Night The Emma Lazarus Chapter, Business and Professional Women of B'nai B'rith, will hold a meeting at the Beach Y Tuesday at 8 p.m., Miriam Goldstein, first vice president, announced. Reports will be heard from Hillel chairman, Dorothy Weinberg, and ADL chairman, Florence Morduchay. All members are requested to bring in Swan soap wrappers to help the B'nai B'rith national soap campaign for Jews in Europe. A II<1 rou Receives Milton Award The Milton Tercentenary Award of the Historic Arts Association was presented to Dr. David S. Andron, Miami Beach hotel man, on July 9 at the Loon Lake Hotel, N. Y. Dr. Andron received the award for his book on Milton entitled, "Author of Liberty." Bernice Schonfeld Builders of Immortal Memorials for the Jewish Trade Building THURMOND MONUMENT Co. MARKERS $35.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHAHOBS Opan Sundsyt Phons 4-3148 YOUR AFTERNOON WILL BE FILLED WITH MUSIC IF YOU LISTEN TO— "MUSIC ROOM" 2:35 5:00 P.M. 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FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1949 +Jewlst IhrHktr PAGE NINE Brandeis Camp Of South Opened July 4 Independence Day marked the inauguration in the South of an experiment in the training of young people for Jewish community leadership and service. On that day the Brandeis Camp Institute of the South, which had been in the planning stage for close to two years, officially opened its doors to a flock of eager youngsters from all over the nation, who gathered for an adventure in Jewish living. The boys and girls, between the ages of 18 and 25, had been carefully chosen for special abilities in study and leadership. They came, prepared for one of the most intensive courses in positive Jewish orientation, based on a planned program of study, work and recreation. The camp is located in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina, just outside of Hendersonville. It takes in 175 acres, including a 50-acre lake for boating and swimming. It is fully equipped with tennis courts, swimming pool, adequate housing facilities for the staff and guests, mess hall, offic*, social hall and library, spacious terraces, comfortable bunks for the campers and an open air auditorium. It will, during the months of July and August, be the home and social center of these boys and girls. The Southern camp is the third Brandeis venture in American Jewish youth training. The first was established in the Pocono Mountains of New York and Pennsylvania some years ago and its success soon led to the founding of a second one in Santa Susana, Cal. The camps have a novel approach to the problem of Jewish education: a synthesis of the American summer camp, the ideas and methods of Danish folk high schools and the cooperative spirit which marks the social achievement of the Jews in Israel. Father and guiding spirit of this creative undertaking is Dr. Shlomo Bardin, pioneer educator and founder of the Haifa Nautical School, who has to his credit a distinguished record in the field of education. Dr. Bardin, who has dedicated his life to the training of Jewish youth, is firmly convinced that a rich American Jewish culture and a keen appreciation of Jewish values can be produced by the proper direction of young people to live a Jewish life. He found strong support for his theories in the person of the late Supreme Court Justice Louis D. Brandeis, who expressed the conviction that the loyalty of Jewish youth to its heritage could be nourished by applying the Jewish teachings of all ages to presentday needs and aspirations, and Gene Rosenthal Wins Model Plane Competitions Gene Rosenthal, son of Dr and Mrs. Albert E. Rosenthal, 444 West Dido Dr., Miami Beach, was among the winners of an all-expense trio to the internat i o n a 1 model plane meet in Detroit. Rosenthal won senior division honors in the two-day Miami Herald Plymouth dealers model air plane competition a t Moore Park recently. In the local race a plane owned by Gene zoomed by pylons at the park at a speed of 126.76 miles an hour. Gene Cardiac Home Gifted National Children's Cardiac Home is the recipient of a gift from the Dade County Pharmaceutical Auxiliary which recently entertained at bridge party at the home of Mrs. Sam Goldman, 1775 S.W. 16th Ave. All proceeds from the event were donated to the home. by self-identification with the struggles and accomplishments of the Jewish people, especially with the saga of pioneering in Israel. Close to two thousand young leaders have already graduated from the Brandeis C am P s and are taken from all sections of American Jewry. The sole qualifications for admission are good moral character, mental aptitude and ability to lead. Southern Jewish leaders, who had worked diligently to prepare the camp for its opening, were on hand Independence Day to usher it into being. Among them were S. P. Benamy, president of the Southeastern Region of the Zionist Organization of America; Robert M. Travis and Abe Berkowitz of Atlanta and Birmingham, cochairmen of the Southern Brandeis Camp Committee; Max Friedman of Knoxville; Ernie Frankel of Hendersonville; Horace Richter of Charlotte; and Mrs. Lubin, president of the Seaboard Region of Hadassah. Mortimer May, vice president of the Zionist Organization of America, and Mrs. May, were special uests of honor at the inauguration. Top Price Paid for MEN'S USED CLOTHING AL'S 432 N. MIAMI AVE. Phone 2-3213 The Showcase of Good Pood The GOVERNOR CAFETERIA 1225 WASHINGTON AVE. 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Special guests at the function were Mrs. Alexander Kogan and Mrs. Joseph Shawmut, president and vice president of the Miami Beach Senior Hadassah, and Miss Sarabelle Levy, regional vice president of Junior Hadassah, who is vacationing here from Charleston, S. C. At the social, plans were formulated for the "Midsummer Night's Dance" which will be held on Saturday evening, July 30, at the Robert Richter Hotel. Little Jack Little will be the featured attraction. Tickets are $1 per person and will be sold at the door. Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz, fund-raising chairman, is in charge of the dance and will be assisted by Phyllis Wilpon, correspondence, Florence Hildebrar.dt, door committee; Naomi Segal, hostesses; and Rhoda Caidin, publicity. Plans were also discussed at the swim party for future social activities including a barbecue and a formal dance to be held sometime in the early fall. Beach B & P Hadassah Hears Rabbi Kaufman A dinner meeting of the Miami Beach Group of Business and Professional Women's Division of Hadassah took place last week at the Prado Restaurant. Jean Brown was mistress of ceremonies. Rabbi Max Kaufman of Hollywood, who was introduced by Miss Brown, was the speaker of the evening. Frances Lebon led the group in singing of Israeli songs. The meeting was closed with a benediction by Rabbi Max Kaufman. Need Help in a Hurry?—Call A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE White and Colored Help Phones 9-6S17 — f-6727 61 N. E. 6th Street AL MEIDENBERQ, Owner ocuusrs PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED LENSES AND FRAMES DUPLICATED LARGE SELECTION IN LATEST STYLES Beach Optical Service 350 Lincoln Road Suite 502 — Phone 5-5419 MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Wholesale and Retail Grade A Pulverized and Processed Muck and Marl Any Mixture Bitter Blue Sod Soil and Fill of Any Kind Phone 4-0335 1813 S. 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Jerry Simms, chairman of the dance, explained that this was the first social affair given by the chapter since its recent reorganization and that plans are under way for a series of socials in the near future. Among those attending the dance were Miss Beverly Raphael, president of Junior Hadassah, Abe Schaeffer, an active leader of Miami Beach chapter of Masada, and Dr. and Mrs. E. Edelman. Dr. Edelman is a past president of the Zionist Youth Commission. A HOME AWAY FROM HOME 24 Hr. Expert Nursing Care Beautiful Grounds, Well Located Dietary Laws Strictly Observed. $50.00 per week DR. SHOULSON'S (D.D.) 1681 MERIDIAN AVE. MIAMI BEACH, FLA. 580112 Moving to Bigger and Better Facilities on the Beach in October $ompIde and J^e/widaUe effle Setoice M IAMI TITLC & GfrstractCo. 24 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE! Till* Insurance Policies of Kansas City Title Insurance Co. Assets Over $2,000,000.00 104 N.E. 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IY, JULY 22. 1949 -JeHlstrhrkttan PAGE ELEVEN te Fiedler Is l* Miami Y I Fiedler representing BZB toted Miss Miami Y reat the Hawaiian f swim sponsored by the Tri Beta, al of the Miami Y at the Hotel, according to BarV'esson, president. The title Miami Y went to Bernard of AZA Chapter. 322. Tri Beta Council held a e-partv last week at the of Lila Pearl. 1823 S.W. iTerr. \ group honored Estelle hberg at a shower at the burger Hearth, Miami Beach. fleeting books for the vetI hospital is one of the many projects planned by the i for the next few months, Jacobskind, sponsor, has linced. aple Israel Women Board Meeting : Sisterhood of Temple Israel a board meeting Monday. 111. M. B. Ross, ways and chairman, outlined the [-raising program for the ng year. Principal fund-raisevent, she announced, will dinner dance to be given at beginning of the winter seafat one of Miami's supper ceeds will be used to infce the building fund for a Sunday school to be erected the Temple. [lean-Miami Springs iter Will Hold Picnic Hialeah-Miami Springs Ssh Community Center will a family picnic at the barjie pit shelter at Matheson urnock Sunday at 11 a.m.. acling to an announcement by Jian-. Kneapler, president. PS. Nathan Becker is chairof the affair. regular meeting of the orjzation U scheduled for Wed3ay at 8 p.m. at Hialeah City Plans for a rummage sale bazaar will be discussed and :ial hour will follow. ^mara Chapter Hold Forum R. Goodman, chairman of the bust Council of South Florida, be moderator of the open which will highlight the ku'.ar meeting of Tamara Chapf, M:zrachi Women, on Tuesday i 8 30 p.m. at the Robert Clay ltd. Mrs. Charles Turk, president, announced the topic of dison will be Judge George E. kit? recent series of newspaper licles. "A Miamian in Israel." eye witness account of the ildren's villages sponsored by world Mizrachi organizations, Israel. I iiim.i Lazarus I nil Holds Party A games party was s ponsored by the Emma Lazarus Chapter, B'nai B'rith. Business and Professional Women, on the terrace of the Seacomber-Surfcomber Hotels Monday at 8:30 p.m. President Dorothy Rader has announced. Edyth Fleischer was chairman of the event. Assisting her were Molly Breskin. Dorothy Weintraub, Bea Kalstein and Evelyn Brown. Proceeds from the party will be used to further the Emma Lazarus, B & P, community service program. Davis Elected Theodore A. Davis, Jr., has been elected president of the Pan American Bank of Miami, according to an announcement by P. J. Salles, Jr., chairman of the board, who recently resigned as president of the institution. Davis has served as executive vice president of the bank since November 1947. Mrs. Freyer Fetes Austrian Royalty Archduke Franz Joseph of Austria, grandnephew and godson of Emperor Franz Joseph and his wife. Archduchess Martha, were guests of Mrs. Maria Freyer at her Garden Restaurant last week. Mrs. Freyer -served an authentic Austrian dinner. Other guests were E. M. Lowe, head of the Lowe theatre chain, and his former wife, Sonya, Italian Prince Jay Giorlano Rospigliosi and Joseph Guarante, an associate of Mr. Lowe. Rudy Chmelik of the Garden displayed sevefal of his latest paintings and entertained with Austrian songs and feats of magic. ISt-Luck Dinner Precedes aret Chapter Meeting ret Chapter. B'nai B'rith Bung Women, preceded their tting on Tuesday, July 19. a pot-luck dinner at the •rr.e of Rosalyn Morris, 2645 S.W. Ith Ct.. Miami. Lois Nevins and la:ne Zagoria were in charge of |e arrangements. *v VBN JOT tin [flabbi Joseph E. RackoTaky 818 Michigan Arenue Miami Beach Phono 5-3515 Shown viewing the Hollywood Lodge, B'nai B'rith. float depicting the history and community serrice program of the organization, (left to right) E. Albert Pallot. president of the B'nai B'rith Council of Greater Miami: U. S. Senator Claude A. Pepper: Dr. Herbert Heiden. president of the Hollywood Lodge. The float, which was constructed entirely by the B'nai B'rith Lodge and Youth Organisation, received first honorable mention in the Fourth of July parade. Co-chairmen of the float committee were Ira Lieberman and Bernie Weinkranz. Chairman of the B'nai B'rith Youth Division was Barry Lipshitz. The art work, which highlighted the decoration of the float, was conceived and executed by Muriel Gilder and Norma Rosenberg of the Youth Organization. Highly praised for its work on the float was the ADL committee, of which C. M. Daniels is chairman. Daniels was recently named slate vocational chairman. Games Party Slated For Wednesday Night A mah jong and games party will be held Wednesday at 8 p.m. at the Congregation Beth El, 500 S.W. 17th Ave. Tariff is one dollar and all proceeds will go to the Cerebral Palsy Association. 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63 v. : ;
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Miami, Fla
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July 22, 1949

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

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

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Ili^viislh-IEIliOipidPiayn
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
IE 22NUMBER 29
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1949
PRICE TEN CENTS
b On KKK Urged
ted by reports of Ku
Clan-led terrorism which
sweeping the Groveland
north central Florida
it weekend, the Florida
ll office of the Anti-De-
bn League of the B'nai
renewed efforts for
-vide action to curb such
(t and hate-inciting activi-
as the Klan has state
n, achieved through func-
under a state charter,"
A L. Abess, chairman of
Jrisory board and executive
Itee of the league, said, "the
freedom and safety of the
of our state are in
ast two Klan groups now
i Florida, Abess disclosed.
;he original Southern Klan,
placed by Attorney Gen-
m Clark on the federal
Trent's list of organizations
deny
Bting force and violence to
ithers their constitutional
First chartered in Co-
, Ga., this group has shown
if life in the Tallahassee
March, 1949, this group
.. application with the sec-
of state to transact "busi-
ithin the borders of the
..ccording to the applica-
le business was to be "op-
of a fraternal and patriotic
irder known as the Knights
JCu Klux Klan."
other group, the Ku Klux
if Florida, Inc., is a Klan
tation which received a
charter of incorporation
ember 7, 1944, with princ-
ice of business at Orlando.
jay be significantly noted,"
taid, "that Groveland, the
the latest mob terrorism in
ite, is located in central
near Orlando. To date,
-jrter, affording an aura of
ability and legitimacy to
n, has not been revoked."
i called upon church, vet-
lusiness and other leaders
lout the state to join to-
in "urging that appropri-
>s be taken to cleanse Flor-
le menace of undemocratic
.s. Intolerance and bigotry
io place in our state or
re in the nation or the
krnor Warren should re-
md that the next session
legislaturespecial or reg-
Inact appropriate measures
ttuate his January declara-
ttat the Klan in Florida
eliminated, Abess de-
urged that such recom-
lion include the state anti-
kill, and such other meas-
[may be appropriate to the
br's announced purpose,"
id.
Icalling upon the governor
>de the bill against hooded
pked groups on the agenda
special session of the leg-
11 Begins For
secutor In
iansky Case
AVIV, (JTA)Proceed-
ninst former Lt. Col. Isar
fcho is held responsible for
nition of Meyer Tobiansky,
nber of the Haganah who
Mistakenly executed on
of supplying information
enemy, will open in a
lte's court in Ramleh.
Beeri, one of the early
I of the underground Ha-
Ind until four months ago
I the information service
[Israeli Army, is now a
endent of a Haifa tile
The Ministry of Justice
1 that he was the prose-
a summary court martial
rroneously found Tobian-
Ity of treason. The case
liewed recently by order
per David Ben Gurion and
I Tobiansky was entirely
I. At the time, Mr. Ben
announced that those re-
ft for his execution would
[by a civil court.
islature that may be called was
Andrew W. Gottschall, Florida
regional director of the National
Conference of Christians and
Jews.
Telegrams from Hy M. Morris,
commander of the Department of
Florida, Jewish War Veterans,
and Obbie Rosenthal, commander
of Norman Bruce Brown Post,
JWV, urgently requested the en-
actment of anti-KKK legislation.
Captured German Documents Claim
Ex U.S. Envoy Okayed Nazi Policy
Singer Urges Payment Of Unpaid Pledges
As Local Agencies Face Critical Shortage
With $491,585 of the $1,097,000
pledged in the 1949 Combined
Jewish Appeal still outstanding,
the Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
ation is faced with the problem
of finding sufficient funds to meet
its July commitments to the local
beneficiary agencies, according to
William D. Singer, Federation
president.
Singer therefore appealed to
pledgees to make payments on
unpaid pledges as soon as possi-
ble to relieve the critical shortage
of funds. At the same time he an-
nounced that he was in the pro-
cess of appointing a committee to
undertake the task of bringing in
uncollected donations.
Last week $11,000 in unpaid
pledges arrived at Federation of-
fice, but with the formation of
the committee, Singer is con-
fident that the amount will be in-
creased conspicuously. One factor
in the serious shortage, he said,
is that so many people are now
out of town.
Singer pointed out that the
Federation has already had to
Housing Plan For
Israel Outlined
LONDON, (JTA) A new
scheme whereby immigrants ar-
riving in Israel will either bring
with them, or be preceded by
shipments of prefabricated hous-
ing, was outlined here this week
by Eliahu Dobkin, immigration
chief of the Jewish Agency. He
said that present housing plans
will provide living accommoda-
tions for the 65,000 new immi-
grants now in Israeli reception
centers, but said that immigrants
who will reach the new state's
shores henceforth will not be
covered by these plans.
By the end of the current year,
Dr. Dobkin estimated, approxi-
mately 70,000 new arrivals in the
Jewish state will remain un-
housed. Including three vessels
which disembarked new arrivals
in Haifa last week, the Agency
official said the number of Jews
who have arrived in Israel since
the proclamation of statehood
now stands at 263,0p0.
Institutes Will Aid
North African Jews
Now Living In Israel
PARIS, (JTA)The Israeli gov-
ernment and the Jewish Agency
have set up special institutes to
aid Jewish immigrants from
North Africa to adjust themselves
to life in the Jewish state, it was
reported here by Eliahu Ehashar,
Sephardic member of theiKnesset
and leader of the Sephardic Jews
in Jerusalem. '.
Conceding that integration of
the North African Jews into the
life of the new state is a vexing
problem to the Israel authorities,
Mr. Eliashar said consideration of
the differenaes in background be-
tween the Ashkenazic and Sep
hardic communities must take
into account the recent history
and long-standing geographic is-
olation of the North African Jews
Strongly condemning all ex-
pressions of prejudice aimed at
the North African immigrants,
the Israeli deputy recalled a re-
cent assertion by Premier David
Ben Gurion in which the qualities
of this segment of the population
were highly lauded.
borrow $300,000 from a local bank
to fulfill commitments. Two in-
stallments of $100,000one last
weekhave been made and final
payment is due in mid-September.
In addition to the $491,585.
which represents 1,006 accounts,
there is still $160,755 in outstand-
ing pledges in the 1948 campaign.
This figure represents 587 pledges.
At this time last year, only
33.21% of the total pledges were
out, as against 44.81% this year.
A.H Opposes
llohlis Bill
WASHINGTON, (JTA) The
American Jewish Congress regis-
tered its opposition this week to
the Hobbs Bill now before the
House immigration subcommittee,
charging that the bill would
grant the attorney general au-
thority to establish concentration
camps for non-criminal aliens.
It was charged by Irving Jaffe,
an A.J.C. immigration consultant,
that deportable aliens, whose
only offense is their inability to
return to countries which will not
readmit them, cculdunder terms
of the measurebe imprisoned
for life. Other provisions found
objectionable in the Hobbs Bill
would deny to aliens their con-
stitutional rights against self-in-
crimination and revoke the safe-
guards of a fair trial, it was main-
tained.
WASHINGTON, (JTA)Anti-Semitic views claimed to have
been expressed by Joseph P. Kennedyduring the time when
he was U.S. Ambassador in Londonin his conversations with
the German Ambassador there in 1938, wore revealed here
this week in captured diplomatic documents made public by
the State Department.
? The documents, which claim
that Kennedy approved of the
Nazi treatment of Jews in Ger-
many, were discovered in the top
secret archives of the German For-
eign Ministry. One of them is a
letter from the then German
Ambassador to Great Britain, Dr.
Herbert von Dirksen, to Baron
Ernst von Weizsaecker, State
Secretary of the German Foreign
Ministry who was recently con-
victed on war crimes charges.
(Reached by the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency in Hyannis Port,
Mass., Mr. Kennedy said: "Evi-
dently von Dirksen told the Ger-
man Foreign Ministry what he
thought thev would like to hear
about me. So far as I am con-
cerned, it is all poppycock.")
In his report, von Dirksen
wrote of Kennedy as follows:
"The Ambassador then touched
upon the Jewish question and
stated that it was naturally of
great importance to German-
American relations. In this con-
nection it was not so much the
fact that we wanted to get rid of
the Jews that was so harmful to
us, but rather the loud clamor
Accord Reached
TEL AVIV, (JTA)The Is-
raeli-Syrian armistice agree-
ment was initialed this week
by representatives of both gov-
ernments. The agreement will
be formally signed this week,
it was officially announced.
Knesseth Israel
To Purchase Old
Beach Center
Congregation Knesseth Israel
has contracted for the purchase
of the building at 1415 Euclid
Ave., Miami Beach, from the Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Center and
will take title and possession on
July 28, according to an an-
nouncement by Edward Matthew,
president of Congregation Knes-
seth Israel.
The synagogue will be formally
opened for services on Shabbos
Nachnu on the evening of
August 5. Cantor Fishman of New
York will render the liturgical
selections, Matthew states, and
services will be conducted ac-
cording to Orthodox tenets.
Plans are now being formu-
lated for High Holy Day services.
Throngs Attend Israel
Army Day Festivities
TEL AVIV, (JTA)Hundreds of thousands ol Israelis con-
verged on Tel Aviv this week to celebrate Army Day and pay
tribute to the young state's victorious troops. A perfectly-timed
military procession paraded through the heart of the city to a
Tel Aviv suburb where a crowd estimated at 50,000 witnessed
President Chaim Weizmann bestow medals of valor and dis-
tinction on eight Army heroes.
Four awards were also made post-
humously to the families of slain
heroes.
All roofs, windows, balconies
and public buildings were be-
flagged for the occasion. Forma-
tions of Flying Fortresses and Is-
raeli fighters flew overhead. At
4 p.m., Tel Aviv time, the entire
populace paused to honor the
memory of those who made the
final sacrifice in the liberation of
the young state. Cannons were
fired and sirens sounded during
this period.
Premier David Ben Gurion, ad-
dressing the celebrants from the
reviewing stand where he was
surrounded by top government of-
friendship with the Arab states
carry a determination for the
welfare and development of all
Middle Eastern countries, but we
must not discount the factors that
persist in embittering relations
between Israel and her Arab
neighbors.
"Despite our victories," the Is-
raeli Premier continued, "we
must pledge ourselves always to
be prepared and to train our Army
with the latest military technical
developments." Mr. Ben Gurion
emphasized that "fate ordered
and history proved that large-
scale immigration and coloniza-
tion are imperative for checking
enemy encirclement." He appealed
t ^ Tntin *^ 1 i ^ 4 1_ 4 -3___ ll
ficials as well as members of the to Israel's youth to devote their
diplomatic corps and other nota-
bles, declared: "Herzl's spirit per-
vades the newly-rebuilt state of
Israel. The bravery and acts of
our Army will stand out in world
history and are comparable to
valorous chapters in the Bible.
lives to the defense of the home-
land.
Spectators were deeply moved
when an Israeli hero Gena
Simantovwho lost both his arms
and legs was carried to the plat-
form to be decorated for his valor
Our aspirations for peace and I by President Weizmann.
with which we accompanied the
purpose. He himself understood
our Jewish policy completely; he
was from Boston and there, in one
golf club, and in other clubs, no
Jews had been admitted in the
past 50 years. In the United
States, therefore, such pronounced
attitudes were quite common, but
people avoided making so much
outward fuss about it.
"Although he did not know
Germany, he (Kennedy) had
learned from the most varied
sources that the present govern-
ment had done great things for
Germany and that the Germans
were satisfied and enjoyed good
living conditions. The report by
the well-known flier, Lindbergh,
who has spoken very favorably of
Germany, made a strong impres-
sion upon Ambassador Kennedy,
as I know from an earlier con-
versation with him.
"As an illustration of how
wrong impressions regarding Ger-
many were being spread, Am-
bassador Kennedy related that re-
cently 'Johnnie' Rockefeller, a
very influential and sensible man,
had told him that according to a
report by one of the leading pro-
fessors of the Rockefeller Insti-
tute, the limited amount of food
available in Germany was being
reserved mainly for the army,
with the result that the rest of
the population had to suffer want.
As far as he knew, the professor
who made the report was a Jew.
HeKennedyhad set Rocke-
feller right."
Emphasizing in his report that
when Kennedy spoke favorably
of Germany, people had conflu-
ence in his statements "because
he was a Catholic," the German
envoy added that he "repeatedly
and emphatically" welcomed
Kennedy's intention "to enlight-
en" President Roosevelt about
Germany. He then quoted Ken-
nedy as stating: "The President
wi.> not anti-German, but desin-d
relations with Germany. However,
there was no one who had come
from Europe and had spoken a
friendly word to him regarding
present-day Germany and her
government.
"When I remarked that I feared
he was right in this, Kennedy
added that he knew he was right.
Most of them were afraid of the
Jews and did not dare to say any-
thing good about Germany," von
Dirksen reported. He added that
when he brought up the question
of the anti-Nazi attitude of the
American press, Kennedy did not
have much to say to these state-
ments "and merely mentioned
that the press on the East Coast
was unfortunately predominant in
the formation of public opinion
in America and that it was
strongly influenced by the Jews."
Police, Unemployed
Clash In Tel Aviv
TEL AVIV, (JTA) Several
persons were slightly injured this
week in a clash between police
and about 1,000 unemployed who
gathered in front of the Knesset
building shouting "give us em-
ployment and bread."
The demonstration of the job-
lessall of whom come from the
town of Ramlehtook place with-
out any disturbances at the
premises of the Israeli parlia-
ment, but when the demonstra-
tors proceeded to Hakiryah, of-
ficial seat of the government, they
were halted by strong police de-
tachments and were forced to dis-
perse. In the course of the melee
several policemen and demonstra-
^su/fered sliht injuries.
The Histadrut and the Federa-
tion of Industries this week signed
an agreement stipulating that
cost-of-liv.ng allowances will
henceforth be based on the June
index of 350 points, which is 20
Pw-1 ->es? than the lndex es-
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UDAY. JULY 22, 1949
Kirshner Becomes
fcs. Edward L. Klausman
[The marriage of Miss Birdye
Irshner. daughter of Mr. and
J-s. Wolf Kirshner. Hollywood,
rmerly of Miami Beach, to Ed-
ard L. Klausman, son of Mr.
Ed Mrs. I. Klausman. Miami
parh. was solemnised June 4 at
ie Sorrento Hotel, Miami Beach.
[Given in marriage by her
Ithcr, the bride wore a ballerina
ngth gown of cinnamon colored
j* over pink taffeta. Her
boulder length veil extended
om a pink feathered bonnet,
he carried a nosegay of white
,-rhids and eardenias.
[Miss Tridell Joan Kirshner
irved as maid of honor for her
iter in a ballerina length white
fgandy gown over apple green
ifeta. She carried Talisman
ses. Charles Jordon was best
an.
(For her daughter's wedding
Irs. Kirshner wore blue printed
Ilk, while the bridegroom's mc~
Ser chose green printed silk,
foth wore gardenias.
[The former Miss Kirshner at-
ended Hahremann Hospital
chool of Nursing, Philadelphia,
ihe bridegroom attended the
niversity of Miami, served in
lie Army Air Corps during the
jrar and is president of the Ed-
Jar Music Enterprises, Miami
jeach.
The couple is residing at 2383
lamingo Dr., Miami Beach.
jtrothal Announced
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Putter-
nan, Norwalk, Conn., announce
lie engagement of their daughter,
larcia, to Edward Lippman of
Jliami. at a dinner party Friday,
luly 8, at the Concord Hotel,
iCiamesha Lake, N. Y. The occa-
sion also marked the bride-elect's
birthday.
Miss Putterman, a student at
|he University of Miami, is a
riember of Iota Alphi Pi sorority.
Her fiance, son of Mrs. Rose
jppman of 1349 S.W. 7th St., is
graduate of New York Uni-
versity. He served three years in
the United States Army and is
(he cameraman who scooped the
i'orld in 1945 with his filming
of the bomber crash into the Em-
pire State Building. He has con-
tinued his filming activities while
residing in Florida and has re-
cently completed the filming of
two color snorts for the state of
Honda.
serve
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PAGE THREE
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Mrs. Maxwell Schwartz
Irene Budner Weds
Maxwell Schwartz
The marriage of Irene Budner,
daughter of Hyman Budner, 2010
S.W. 17th St., to Maxwell
Schwartz, son of Rabbi and Mrs.
Abraham Schwartz of Key West,
was solemnized by Rabbi Max
Shapiro and the bridegroom'*
father. The double-ring service
took place June 26 at 6 p.m. at
Beth David Synagogue.
The bride wore a gown of ivory
satin with fitted bodice and
clusters of seed pearls. Her skirt
extended into a court train. Her
fingertip veil was held in place
by a seed pearl tiara and she
carried a white bible topped by
an orchid and orange blossoms.
Hal Baumgarten served as best
man. Ushers were Murray Bud-
ner, brother of the bride and
Paul Safer. Ira Schwartz, nephew
af the bridegroom, was ring-
bearer.
A reception and dinner fol-
lowed the ceremony. Mrs. David
Rabin kept the guest book.
The bride attended the Uni-
versity of Miami and the uni-
versity of South Carolina, where
she was a member of Delta Tau
sorority. Mr. Schwartz attended
the New York Technical Institute
of New York.
Puchkoffs To Leave
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Puch-
koff, 1550 S.W. 16th Ave., are
leaving June 26 for an extended
trip to the Catskills and New
York City.
Mr. Puchkoff was recently
honored on the occasion of his
birthday by his four grand-
children, who planted twelve
trees in the Herzl Forest in Israel
in his name. At the same time
Mr. Puchkoff presented a gift to
the housing project in Israel in
memory of the jahrzeit of his
parents.
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The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Nelson, 3523
S.W. 16th St. The bridegroom's
parents are the Sam Segals, 2450
S.W. 5th St.
The bridal gown was ballerina
length, fashioned of white mar-
quisette over taffeta. Her illusion
veil was secured by a cap of
orange blossoms. White roses,
stephanotis and stock made her
bouquet.
Miss Suzanne Nelson, maid of
honor for her sister, was attired
in blue frosted organdy and
carried talisman roses. Milton
Segal was best man for his
brother.
Following a wedding trip
through the state, the couple will
reside at 1209 S.W. 14th Ave.
Mrs. William Feldman
Ruth Steinberg Weds
William Feldman
A white satin gown was chosen
by Miss Ruth Steinberg for her
wedding to William Feldman on
Sunday, June 19, at Congregation
Beth El. Rabbi Murray Grauer
officiated at the ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of
the Harry Steinbergs of this city.
The bridegroom's parents are Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Feldman, also of
Miami.
The bridal gown featured a lace
bodice and the bride carried a
white prayer book topped with a
white orchid.
Mrs. Marvin Rickard was
matron of honor and her husband
served as best man for his
brother-in-law.
A reception at the home of the
bride's parents followed the cere-
mony.
Following a motor trip through
the state, the newlyweds are liv-
ing in Miami.
The bridegroom is a graduate
of the University of Miami, where
he received his BA cum laude
and his law degree. He is now
practicing law here.
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Enid D. Nelson,
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Enid Dawn Nelson to Oscar H.
Segal on July 3. Rabbi Murray
Grauer officiated.
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state legjicture vv^i the anti-mas* ordinance
winch he '-.'.. .:.'::-..:':-. with Senctoz '//alter
2 V.-. -': o( Daylono
I IJrinq Heriing*
-: the ..:/hr boedooa ;.-.: icdety oi the citirenrv
.-. -...- naie j ..-. jeopardy
The .:.-/..:.-: repcvli from Grorekmd
oniy be lycpMmatic ol the bate activity which
may .'x; emger^iered throucjh she costinued exist-
ec:e si dsz sa nan b licrted
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e-:..e: :.;:..::. sgams hooded sad masked
aroupa sgoj: so include La your call
tes s specia; sessios :: she 1-egislarare a elect cul
:naUeage :vr suci posiive sction novi
He pointed cut mat the sovereignty cr.d the
v tjnity oi the state :: Florida have "eer. chal-
lenged by mobs whe have she lew Into
the '-' ? .".';r. d=
1: .i imperative that both v^e and r^der-l
governments enaci legalature to lutlaw the Hat
and othet hood The chartei oi the Kl
must .-.-; revoked and the enforcement cf law and
order placed in the responsible han the dull
ed officers and couj
7-^ deeply =e::^.3 manifestation ol mob ten
ism in our state calls fc: argent and stringent
sction So remove i-^ -.re .--s to :r.e zeure
and the security ol our citizenry.
1- recen: weea news camoancer:e--j by j,
"- r>jr~-.-on Cocnmiflee have tcld f -^1
*-n-:h should provide the America:-. Jewiih ^J
---; with a feeling of pride and sctsactx^
Ch:e annosinceaient made it knowr: -j-.~ thaU
-e UXC w-Jl open in Pane a schcr.: ci fc^i
s-c-r.-l work to train qualified students tice: ]ev|
DOSHBOsMn of Europe and North Africa.
A second announcement revecls >- iejivl
.-..= MHMMi is sending students so ; tecriej
3e-..-.ar -c he held at the Hebrew V-venn
e students will return to their -r_ve 5^1
- .r_-.es so help fill the need tor quelled teccaejl
c: Hebrew and other subjects in schools wjjgj
IX C suppers mckes possible in ms.-.y erect i\
Z_-cp< zzi North Africa.
Stffl c-her JJ5.C. report tells oi a ce* de-l
veicpntecs i France. There, under she ru.:=a
z: rj trc_-.ed American Jewish Ba worke
the sorjaeriy divided elements of rreach ;
bare aasstd in a country-wide fserWi we_ri|
-.-..e v. ;-;.-. will seek to raise funds sh_i :_I1 a I
the s-ppcrt of French Jewish child cere rel|
and fhe: communal responsibui-es.
7.-.eie cr-nouncements carry an Imc_-_-.: a|
sere 7-ey u-.diccte that ounright relief help ja
.--.-.re: she prjnary motif of J.D.C. s oveaeai el
forti cs least cs far as Europe is ccr.ceraed Q
;-:se .'DCs relief and economic :e:crjtrjct
ch ;s still large ana vital And J.D.C. oosbsmI
tc aad between 15.000 and 20,000 persccj so lent
Europe every month for Israel and osher kaa
But now, J.D.C a also helping to shape "hehcai
fa those Jews of Europe who. largely throng: 3
help are regaining a goodly measure oi stir
rufficiency.
Tne J.D.C. is thus preparing for that day wbe
it A-.ll be able to withdraw from Europe. Ai
when :' does, it will leave behind is mote 'in
memory of American Jewish generosity which M
s.-.e hour ci need made it possible for JD.C.
pcur :n emergency and reconstructive aid on c
heroic scale so rescue the survivors c: the Bfeq
l rrcr.
.'.-. she revived Jewish communities ci E'urope-
and cesp.se the great exodus to Isrcel new taJaug
place from the DP areas and some Eastern lands j
many such communities will remainJD.C. w3
leave behind a living heritage. This heritage wJ
c.--s^s oi trained Jewish men and women, cb
0 belp their home communities to take careen
themselves and to make their own "*"ay agen
.' will consist of communities aware of their re
sponsibilioes and organised to meet them It il
rc-sis: cf a revived Jewish life in Europe makn9
its contribution again to world Jewish culture, and
so the historic developments now taking p'09
..-. Israel.
Coral Gables Jewish Center Breaks Ground For New $65,000 Edifice
-
Kin:
r< monies
~: the be-
nstruction of the
lb Center tem-
jftfctfe.

-_ _,--. ^.v..r Will-
-: school building
dermo Ave., Coral
edifice ii expected
a time for High
;: -ices.
wed ai toast-
at Sunday's exercises,
attended by over 350
.vocation was delivered
i-or.a.d Michelson. Hillel
t the University of Mi-
icipal address was given
. ris Skop. spmtual
' vr.gregation.
k* were Her-
president of the
egation; Dr. Jacob H. Kap-
ent of the Greater Mi-
Association; Sam
Gebles resident
the founders of the
n Mayor W. Keith
ars SS
iterhood
presi-
%X ire

c u ureaJine9 9Xf.Vn,d f,or lhe CoxaJ Cail Jw"h Center ax. IL i
Schulfand, Sam Welawl and Haibert Oelerater, tsnrtJrT i ?? .(L *>. Muri
ngM7crjas ir^37xi*gli ^^^^u^^
Morn. SJtop, Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan and William Sing.r "* r) Dr' Don^d MeSSsoB, Pabh'i
Mum nd NIjur'ce Coren-
Group jia-j, _
to-' Joseph ^Id!f
n With thr
Rabbi Leor i;
cxnediction.
' led by Can-
fc who is serv-
ia?ogue.
" ^h offered the
Rehabilitation School Set |
Up For Israel War Blind
HAIFA. (JTAJA school |
the rehabilitation and -eadjust- J
ment of Israel's blinded war ve:-
erans has been established by she
Defense Ministry's rthabiliUW
division here. An initial group a
20 sighUess veterans will JjJJfl
trades and become se^-suppa'-
ing in spproximately one y|
under the supervision of teaches
who are also blind. The school J
the first of its kind in the Je**11
state.________________________.
Published tvary '"***/',??* I
u* Th Jewish Flor.d.anJJPV
S*th Str..t. Mi.m. IS. "JJ^
tre a* cond-cla rrattej ^
1M0. at th. Poat OffaW J* "g
Fl.. undar th. Act of MareK J^
Th J.wlah Flondian hai aw-j^
Ji.iih Unity a"d JL.'tS
Wakly. Mambar of tha ,J""S-|<
yndlcat.. WoHdwIda "'**
Nathtnal Sditorlal Aatae'aSJJp -^-
can Aaaociatlon of L"'"*Jm+
Nawapaoara. riortda Praaa A"7^
SOBSCHIPTION ATEtj,
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FUED K. SHCXHffT
* Editor and PubllaHaf ^
Telephones UMl-Jf11
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Fannie B. Lechter.
r of Mr. and Mrs. Elias
en son. 1585 S.W. 13th Ave..
married to El kin Rubin -
in New Orleans on June
Her husband is affiliated
the Rubenstein Store in
Siieans.
U>ay Picnic Slated
oneer Women, Club No. One
Miami Beach, and Golda
rson Club will jointly spon-
Bn all-day picnic and dinner
he private beach of the Strath
en Hotel, 4th St. and Collins
, Miami Beach on Sunday,
ust 7, Mrs. Henry Seitlin an-
POSITION WANTED
ompanion to elderly or sick
>n. Will lake care of children
ssume charge of motherless
Room. Board and Small
ry. Call Mrs. Mandel at
Ml. Mornings or Evenings.
FOR RENT
Single or Double Rooms
Buld Share Kosher Kitchen
Elderly People Preferred
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Personally Speaking
Julius Sir, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sir, 811 Jefferson Ave.,
Miami Beach, received his BA from the University of Florida.
* *
The bris of William Stephen, son of the Samuel Richard
Bossaks, 3894 N.W. 2nd Terr., was held Tuesday at Doctor's
Hospital, Coral Gables. Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiated at the
first Jewish bris to be conducted at the Coral Gables Hospital.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Goldstrom arrived at Duncraggan Inn,
Hendersonville, N. C, last week to spend the remainder of the
summer season there.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Philip P. Rothschild, 3120 S.W. 7th St., have
returned from a three-month trip, during which they visited
relatives and friends in Buffalo, N. Y., and New York City.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Rubin, 5525 La Gorce Dr., Miami
Beach, announce the birth of a son, Joel William, born July
15 at St. Francis Hospital.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Appel, 1605 Lenox Ave., Miami
Beach, have just returned from an extended Northern trip. Their
itinerary included Mt. Clemens, Mich., Ontario, Niagra Falls
and New York City.
* *
Dr. and Mrs. Elliott C. Cohen are now residing in Miami
after a prolonged stay in New York. Mrs. Cohen is the former
Judith Weiss.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Weber of 3805 Turnberry Circle, Houston,
Texas, announce the birth of a son, Mark, on July 12. The
mother is the former Gertrude Shaff, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Shaff, 1886 S.W. 16th Terr. Mr. Weber is associated with
Askins Clothing Store in Houston.
* *
Vincent Pazol of Jupiter has been confined to his home for
some time by illness.
* *
Isadore Eskowitz, his sister, Mrs. Manuel Greenstein, and
her daughter, Billie, of West Palm Beach, left Sunday by car for
a visit in Steubenville, Ohio, their former home. Mrs. Greenstein
is the wife of Rabbi Greenstein of West Palm Beach's Temple
Beth El.
* *
On a cruise of the Caribbean are Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Treister and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Williamson, residents of Miami
Beach. The couples sailed from New Orleans aboard the Alcoa
Clipper. Included in their itinerary will be Kingston, Jamaica;
Willemstad, Curacao, Port of Spain, Trinidad; La Guairo, Puerto
Cabello and Guanta, Venezuela, and Trujillo, Dominican Re-
public.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Cohen of Miami Beach left last week
for an extended trip through New England. They were accom-
panied by their daughters, Ann and Arlene. Mr. Cohen is owner
of the Hotel Continental and Westover Arms.
* *
Saul Grundwerg, son of the Samuel Grundwergs, 1236
Drexel Ave., Miami Beach, is spending the summer at Camp
Massad, Tannersville, Pa., where he is serving as junior coun-
selor under the guardianship of an Israeli horticulturist. His
brother, Moses Josef, who is attending summer sessions at the
University of Miami, will join him when school closes. Camp
Massad was the first Hebrew-speaking camp in the United
States.
-ft *
Edward Newman is recovering from a tonsilectomy.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Max Hoffman of Miami Beach left last week
for a three month trip that will take them to the West Coast.
They will stop in Evansville, Indiana, where they will visit Mr.
Hoffman's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Hoffman;
in Chicago, where they will visit Mrs. Hoffman's mother, Mrs.
Sarah Fields, and her family; and in St. Louis, Mo., where they
will meet the Harry Magids and continue westward by car.
* *
Joe Lesser of West Palm Beach is spending his annual
vacation in Rome, Ga., and nearby cities.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Bender and Mr. and Mrs. John C. Starr
are vacationing for several weeks at Duncraggan Inn, Hender-
sonville, N. C.
* *
Mrs. Al Berman, 1436 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach, will
return Monday from a sojourn in New York.
Sarah Haber, Arthur Bookbinder
Exchange Vows At Variety Club
The bride wore a gown of white
satin with a court train. The
fitted bodice and panieres were
embroidered with beads and seed
pearls. Her silk illusion veil ex-
tended from a coronet also em-
broidered with beads and seed
pearls. She wore long satin
gauntlets, a single strand of
pearls and carried a bible adorned
with orchids and stephanotis.
Matron of honor for her sister
was Mrs. Martin Greenberg, who
wore a pale lavender Chanrllly
lace dress. Her bouquet and tiara
were of roses. Stanley Bookbinder
was best man for his brother.
The bride's mother greeted
guests in a black beaded gown.
The bridegroom's mother was at-
tired in aqua. Both wore orchid
corsages.
Dinner and dancing at the club
followed the ceremony.
The former Miss Haber attend-
ed Wilhelmina School in Curacao.
Her husband attended the Uni-
versity of Florida, where he was
affiliated with Tau Epsilon Phi
fraternity. A member of the
Variety Club, he is former man-
ager of the Colony Theatre and
is now managing the Stanton Ho-
tel, Miami Beach.
Following a wedding trip to
North Carolina, the couple will
reside in Miami Beach.
Mrs. Arthur Bookbinder
Kaye and Muldan
Miss Sarah Haber, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Haber,
Curacao, Netherlands West Indies,
became the bride of Arthur
Bookbinder, son of Mrs. Lillian
Bookbinder, 1200 Pennsylvania
Ave.. Miami Beach, Sunday, July
10, at the Variety Club atop the
Alcazar Hotel. Rabbi Isaac H.
Ever and Cantor Berele Kelemer
performed the ceremony.
Daughter Born To
Leon Liebermans
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Lieberman,
of 1444 S.W. 5th St., announce
the birth of a daughter, Ardele
Nancy, at the. Victoria Hospital
on Friday, July 15. The baby
weighed eight pounds six ounces.
The mother is the former Ida
Rauchbach. of Newark, N. J. Mrs.
Lieberman's sister Mrs. Martin
Goldman, of Hillside, N. J., will
fly to Miami today to meet the
new arrival. She will be the
house-guest of the Liebermans for
two weeks.
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers
Bena Shechtman To
Wed Maurice Ehrlich
Planning an August wedding is
Miss Bena Shechtman, whose en-
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recently announced by her par-
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man, 870 N.W. 19th Ct.
Mr. Ehrlich is the son of Mr.
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S.W. 16th St. Both he and his
fiance are Miami High School
graduates.
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)AY, JULY 22, 1949
[ine D. Danziger
raged To Wed
il S. Furman
Elaine D. Danziger
betrothal of Miss Elaine
Danziger to Paul S. Fur-
son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
jrman, 1235 Pennsylvania
Miami Beach, has been re-
by her parents, Mr. and
Jerome Danziger, Elizabeth,
bride-elect is a graduate
ittin High School, Elizabeth,
Ithe University of Miami. She
[member of Phi Sigma Sigma
Yity.
f. rurman attended the Uni-
fty of Florida and was grad-
from the University of Mi-
He is a member and past
went of Pi Lambda Phi frat-
ke wedding is planned for
fall.
Jean Bromberg
Jean Bromberg To
Join August Brides
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Bromberg,
2350 S.W. 17th Terr., announce
the engagement and approaching
marriage of their daughter, Jean
Miriam, to Leon Joseph Kuller,
son of Mr. and Mrs. David Kuller,
2724 S.W. 34th Ave.
The bride-elect attended schools
in New Haven, Conn., and Miami
and is a graduate of Franklin
School of Dramatic Arts. She
sang professionally for several
seasons.
Mr. Kuller attended schools in
Philadelphia and is a graduate of
the University of Miami School of
Art. He served 22 months in the
armed forces, 18 of which were in
the European theatre.
The wedding date has been set
for Sunday, August 14.
Personally Speaking
Dr. Louis Covennan returned to his home in Bucyrus, Ohio,
Tuesday after spending some time with his brother and sister-
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Hy Coverman, 4441 S.W. 1st St.
+ +
Miss Maxine Ellen Pred arrived here by plane from Aber-
deen, South Dakota, Tuesday night to spend several weeks as
the house guest of her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. David Pred, 1015
West 46th St., Miami Beach. Miss Pred is a sophomore at the
University of Iowa, where she is a member of Sigma Delta
Tau sorority.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Umber to Orvieto, of 315 E. San Marino Dr.,
are en route to Italy where they will remain until October visit-
ing their relatives and friends. Among the cities in which they
will spend time are Venice, Florence, Rome, Naples, Milan
and Padua.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weiner left Tuesday for Madison, Wis.,
to spend several weeks with their daughter, B/zrbara, who is at-
tending summer session at the University of Wisconsin.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Adelman are enterlaininq North
Carolina friends and relatives. Among the visitors now here are
Mrs. Adelman's sister, Mrs. Becky Myers of Greensboro; her
nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rymsky; her sister-in-
law. Mrs. Jennie Brenner and her son, Herbert, of Winston
Salem; Mrs. Fannie Jaffe of Greensboro.
* *
Dr. Peritz Scheinberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. Scheinberg,
400 S.W. 9th Ave., is spending a week with his parents. Dr.
Scheinberg, who was recently awarded a fellowship to con-
tinue research in brain circulation at Duke University, has served
as associate professor in the medical college at Duke on a
fellowship from the American College of Physicians.
PAGE SEVEN
H. Magids Leave For
Cross-Country Trip
Mr. and Mrs. Harry I. Magid
recently left for Atlanta, Ga., to
visit their daughter, Mrs. Ghert-
ner, and their son, Malcolm
James. They will proceed to
Nashville, Tenn., where they will
visit their eldest son, Mitchell S.,
and his family. From there they
will head for Yellowstone Nation-
al Park and British Columbia,
then down the west coast through
Washington, Oregon, California to
Mexico. They expect to be gone
about three months.
*nice Schonfeld
jects September
[September 18 wedding in the
dstock Hotel, New York, is
f planned by MLss Bernice
iifeld, whose engagement to
Jerome Kraslow, Miami,
.een announced by her par-
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schon-
New York.
Schonfeld attended the
?erslty of Miami and gradu-
[from Hunter College in New
j& prospective bridegroom,
is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Kraslow, New York, is a
writer for the Miami
Id. He attended City College
ew York, graduated from the
fersity of Miami and did grad-
work at Columbia Universi-
member of Sigma Delta
Journalism fraternity, he also
[elected to Iron Arrow, men's
rary fraternity at the Uni-
Ity of Miami. He served with
\ir Force as a B-29 instructor
ig the war and was formerly
lie staff of the Miami Daily
ilibi Shapiro To
Id r ess Couples
Jbbi Max Shapiro will discuss
Jewish Philosophy of
iage" and will lead an open
ssion of the subject at the
meeting of the Beth David
Jg Married Couples' Club to
eld Sunday evening at 8:15
lie Beth David auditorium.
i Shapiro's talk will supple-
i a discussion on "The Se-
Philosophy of Marriage" re-
given before the group by
less Spirer, director of the
ersity of Miami Guidance
pr.
freshmen ts will be served
cards will be available after
address and forum. Admis-
[is 25 cents to cover cost of
iments.
Emma Lazarus Chapter
To Meet Tuesday Night
' The Emma Lazarus Chapter,
Business and Professional Women
of B'nai B'rith, will hold a meet-
ing at the Beach Y Tuesday at
8 p.m., Miriam Goldstein, first
vice president, announced.
Reports will be heard from
Hillel chairman, Dorothy Wein-
berg, and ADL chairman, Flor-
ence Morduchay. All members are
requested to bring in Swan soap
wrappers to help the B'nai B'rith
national soap campaign for Jews
in Europe.
Aii<1 rou Receives
Milton Award
The Milton Tercentenary
Award of the Historic Arts As-
sociation was presented to Dr.
David S. Andron, Miami Beach
hotel man, on July 9 at the Loon
Lake Hotel, N. Y.
Dr. Andron received the award
for his book on Milton entitled,
"Author of Liberty."
Bernice Schonfeld
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PAGE NINE
Brandeis Camp Of
South Opened July 4
Independence Day marked the
inauguration in the South of an
experiment in the training of
young people for Jewish com-
munity leadership and service. On
that day the Brandeis Camp In-
stitute of the South, which had
been in the planning stage for
close to two years, officially
opened its doors to a flock of
eager youngsters from all over
the nation, who gathered for an
adventure in Jewish living. The
boys and girls, between the ages
of 18 and 25, had been carefully
chosen for special abilities in
study and leadership. They came,
prepared for one of the most in-
tensive courses in positive Jewish
orientation, based on a planned
program of study, work and re-
creation.
The camp is located in the Blue
Ridge Mountains of North Caro-
lina, just outside of Henderson-
ville. It takes in 175 acres, in-
cluding a 50-acre lake for boating
and swimming. It is fully
equipped with tennis courts,
swimming pool, adequate housing
facilities for the staff and guests,
mess hall, offic*, social hall and
library, spacious terraces, com-
fortable bunks for the campers
and an open air auditorium. It
will, during the months of July
and August, be the home and
social center of these boys and
girls.
The Southern camp is the third
Brandeis venture in American
Jewish youth training. The first
was established in the Pocono
Mountains of New York and
Pennsylvania some years ago and
its success soon led to the found-
ing of a second one in Santa
Susana, Cal. The camps have a
novel approach to the problem of
Jewish education: a synthesis of
the American summer camp, the
ideas and methods of Danish folk
high schools and the cooperative
spirit which marks the social
achievement of the Jews in Is-
rael.
Father and guiding spirit of
this creative undertaking is Dr.
Shlomo Bardin, pioneer educator
and founder of the Haifa Nautical
School, who has to his credit a
distinguished record in the field
of education. Dr. Bardin, who has
dedicated his life to the training
of Jewish youth, is firmly con-
vinced that a rich American Jew-
ish culture and a keen apprecia-
tion of Jewish values can be pro-
duced by the proper direction of
young people to live a Jewish
life.
He found strong support for his
theories in the person of the late
Supreme Court Justice Louis D.
Brandeis, who expressed the con-
viction that the loyalty of Jewish
youth to its heritage could be
nourished by applying the Jewish
teachings of all ages to present-
day needs and aspirations, and
Gene Rosenthal
Wins Model Plane
Competitions
Gene Rosenthal, son of Dr and
Mrs. Albert E. Rosenthal, 444
West Dido Dr., Miami Beach, was
among the win-
ners of an all-ex-
pense trio to the
internat i o n a 1
model plane
meet in Detroit.
Rosenthal won
senior division
honors in the
two-day Miami
Herald Ply-
mouth dealers
model air plane
competition a t
Moore Park re-
cently.
In the local
race a plane owned by Gene
zoomed by pylons at the park at
a speed of 126.76 miles an hour.
Gene
Cardiac Home Gifted
National Children's Cardiac
Home is the recipient of a gift
from the Dade County Pharma-
ceutical Auxiliary which recently
entertained at bridge party at
the home of Mrs. Sam Goldman,
1775 S.W. 16th Ave. All proceeds
from the event were donated to
the home.
by self-identification with the
struggles and accomplishments of
the Jewish people, especially with
the saga of pioneering in Israel.
Close to two thousand young
leaders have already graduated
from the Brandeis CamPs and are
taken from all sections of Ameri-
can Jewry. The sole qualifica-
tions for admission are good moral
character, mental aptitude and
ability to lead.
Southern Jewish leaders, who
had worked diligently to prepare
the camp for its opening, were on
hand Independence Day to usher
it into being. Among them were
S. P. Benamy, president of the
Southeastern Region of the Zion-
ist Organization of America; Rob-
ert M. Travis and Abe Berkowitz
of Atlanta and Birmingham, co-
chairmen of the Southern Bran-
deis Camp Committee; Max Fried-
man of Knoxville; Ernie Frankel
of Hendersonville; Horace Rich-
ter of Charlotte; and Mrs. Lubin,
president of the Seaboard Region
of Hadassah. Mortimer May, vice
president of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America, and Mrs. May,
were special uests of honor at
the inauguration.
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Hadassah Unit To
Hold Dance July 30
The Miami Beach Unit of
Junior Hadassah inaugurated its
summer activities with a swim
social last Thursday, July 14, at
the cabana of Mrs. Alex Van
Straaten, the group's senior ad-
visor, at the Vanderbilt Hotel.
Purpose of the social was to get-
together all old and prospective
members who are in Miami this
summer.
Special guests at the function
were Mrs. Alexander Kogan and
Mrs. Joseph Shawmut, president
and vice president of the Miami
Beach Senior Hadassah, and Miss
Sarabelle Levy, regional vice
president of Junior Hadassah,
who is vacationing here from
Charleston, S. C.
At the social, plans were form-
ulated for the "Midsummer
Night's Dance" which will be
held on Saturday evening, July
30, at the Robert Richter Hotel.
Little Jack Little will be the
featured attraction. Tickets are
$1 per person and will be sold at
the door.
Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz, fund-rais-
ing chairman, is in charge of the
dance and will be assisted by
Phyllis Wilpon, correspondence,
Florence Hildebrar.dt, door com-
mittee; Naomi Segal, hostesses;
and Rhoda Caidin, publicity.
Plans were also discussed at
the swim party for future social
activities including a barbecue
and a formal dance to be held
sometime in the early fall.
Beach B & P Hadassah
Hears Rabbi Kaufman
A dinner meeting of the Miami
Beach Group of Business and
Professional Women's Division of
Hadassah took place last week
at the Prado Restaurant. Jean
Brown was mistress of cere-
monies.
Rabbi Max Kaufman of Holly-
wood, who was introduced by
Miss Brown, was the speaker of
the evening.
Frances Lebon led the group
in singing of Israeli songs. The
meeting was closed with a bene-
diction by Rabbi Max Kaufman.
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Rites For Pvt. Essner
Held Last Thursday
Funeral services for Pvt. Stan-
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Germany, April 6, 1945, were held
at Riverside Memorial Chapel
last Thursday. Burial was in Mt.
Nebo Cemetery.
Pvt. Essner was a student at
the University of California at
Los Angeles when he entered the
Army at the age of 21.
Survivors include his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Max Essner of the
Wellington Hotel, Miami Beach;
a brother, Arthur, New York; a
sister, Joan, Miami Beach.
Masada Dance
Draws Crowd
Well attended by the city's
younger set was the swim-dance
given by the Miami chapter of
Masada at the Sorrento Hotel
last Saturday. Jerry Simms,
chairman of the dance, explained
that this was the first social af-
fair given by the chapter since
its recent reorganization and that
plans are under way for a series
of socials in the near future.
Among those attending the
dance were Miss Beverly Raphael,
president of Junior Hadassah, Abe
Schaeffer, an active leader of Mi-
ami Beach chapter of Masada,
and Dr. and Mrs. E. Edelman. Dr.
Edelman is a past president of
the Zionist Youth Commission.
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PAGE ELEVEN
te Fiedler Is
l* Miami Y
I Fiedler representing BZB
toted Miss Miami Y re-
at the Hawaiian f swim
sponsored by the Tri Beta,
al of the Miami Y at the
Hotel, according to Bar-
V'esson, president. The title
Miami Y went to Bernard
of AZA Chapter. 322.
Tri Beta Council held a
e-- partv last week at the
of Lila Pearl. 1823 S.W.
iTerr.
\ group honored Estelle
hberg at a shower at the
burger Hearth, Miami Beach.
fleeting books for the vet-
I hospital is one of the many
! projects planned by the
i for the next few months,
Jacobskind, sponsor, has
linced.
aple Israel Women
Board Meeting
: Sisterhood of Temple Israel
a board meeting Monday.
111.
M. B. Ross, ways and
chairman, outlined the
[-raising program for the
ng year. Principal fund-rais-
event, she announced, will
dinner dance to be given at
beginning of the winter sea-
fat one of Miami's supper
ceeds will be used to in-
fce the building fund for a
Sunday school to be erected
the Temple.
[lean-Miami Springs
iter Will Hold Picnic
Hialeah-Miami Springs
Ssh Community Center will
a family picnic at the bar-
jie pit shelter at Matheson
urnock Sunday at 11 a.m.. ac-
ling to an announcement by
Jian-. Kneapler, president.
PS. Nathan Becker is chair-
of the affair.
regular meeting of the or-
jzation U scheduled for Wed-
3ay at 8 p.m. at Hialeah City
Plans for a rummage sale
bazaar will be discussed and
:ial hour will follow.
^mara Chapter
Hold Forum
R. Goodman, chairman of the
bust Council of South Florida,
be moderator of the open
which will highlight the
ku'.ar meeting of Tamara Chap-
f, M:zrachi Women, on Tuesday
i 8 30 p.m. at the Robert Clay
ltd.
Mrs. Charles Turk, president,
announced the topic of dis-
on will be Judge George E.
kit? recent series of newspaper
licles. "A Miamian in Israel."
eye witness account of the
ildren's villages sponsored by
world Mizrachi organizations,
Israel.
I iiim.i Lazarus
I nil Holds Party
A games party was s pon-
sored by the Emma Lazarus
Chapter, B'nai B'rith. Business
and Professional Women, on the
terrace of the Seacomber-Surf-
comber Hotels Monday at 8:30
p.m. President Dorothy Rader has
announced.
Edyth Fleischer was chairman
of the event. Assisting her were
Molly Breskin. Dorothy Wein-
traub, Bea Kalstein and Evelyn
Brown.
Proceeds from the party will be
used to further the Emma Lazarus,
B & P, community service pro-
gram.
Davis Elected
Theodore A. Davis, Jr., has
been elected president of the Pan
American Bank of Miami, ac-
cording to an announcement by
P. J. Salles, Jr., chairman of
the board, who recently resigned
as president of the institution.
Davis has served as executive
vice president of the bank since
November 1947.
Mrs. Freyer Fetes
Austrian Royalty
Archduke Franz Joseph of Aus-
tria, grandnephew and godson of
Emperor Franz Joseph and his
wife. Archduchess Martha, were
guests of Mrs. Maria Freyer at
her Garden Restaurant last week.
Mrs. Freyer -served an authentic
Austrian dinner.
Other guests were E. M. Lowe,
head of the Lowe theatre chain,
and his former wife, Sonya,
Italian Prince Jay Giorlano Ros-
pigliosi and Joseph Guarante, an
associate of Mr. Lowe.
Rudy Chmelik of the Garden
displayed sevefal of his latest
paintings and entertained with
Austrian songs and feats of magic.
IS-
t-Luck Dinner Precedes
aret Chapter Meeting
ret Chapter. B'nai B'rith
Bung Women, preceded their
t- ting on Tuesday, July 19.
a pot-luck dinner at the
rr.e of Rosalyn Morris, 2645 S.W.
Ith Ct.. Miami. Lois Nevins and
la:ne Zagoria were in charge of
|e arrangements.
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[flabbi Joseph E. RackoTaky
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Miami Beach
Phono 5-3515
Shown viewing the Hollywood Lodge, B'nai B'rith. float de-
picting the history and community serrice program of the organ-
ization, (left to right) E. Albert Pallot. president of the B'nai
B'rith Council of Greater Miami: U. S. Senator Claude A. Pepper:
Dr. Herbert Heiden. president of the Hollywood Lodge. The float,
which was constructed entirely by the B'nai B'rith Lodge and
Youth Organisation, received first honorable mention in the Fourth
of July parade. Co-chairmen of the float committee were Ira
Lieberman and Bernie Weinkranz. Chairman of the B'nai B'rith
Youth Division was Barry Lipshitz. The art work, which high-
lighted the decoration of the float, was conceived and executed
by Muriel Gilder and Norma Rosenberg of the Youth Organiza-
tion. Highly praised for its work on the float was the ADL com-
mittee, of which C. M. Daniels is chairman. Daniels was recently
named slate vocational chairman.
Games Party Slated
For Wednesday Night
A mah jong and games party
will be held Wednesday at 8 p.m.
at the Congregation Beth El, 500
S.W. 17th Ave. Tariff is one
dollar and all proceeds will go
to the Cerebral Palsy Associa-
tion. Inc.. 304 S.W. 8th Ave.
Hostesses at the affair will be
Mrs. Etha Beck and Mrs. Ida
Shargaa.
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Chairman of the j^^,
mjttee was Ma.:t >*
wno was assist*: befS
Goodman, Helena Boda?,
Cuna Cohen. Pubu^l
ringed by Cle: '- ~~
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Brian K. Boat president of the Jewish War Veteran! cou-
rt-.*: caiataefetM eoeJen with James J. Carroll managing di-
*ecr'-^ "*'*' H;-e. wh:-h bas =t. seiec-.tc is head-
;-*-":%M ;";, ~* r*""-*- 6---i"?--t in Miami Beach from
-rr^r*r .s-*4_ s is. c*.e5i:e- :-*..- fa.T.ilies and friends ara ex-
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that the '-.' u > c
not been a Iced I. .:.-
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S -. armiTice talk
Mrs. Kalb Honored By
Flagler-Granada Group
At a recent meeting oi the
^'- Gi Jewish Cot-
n -'. Centei '.:.: Sadie K&;o
' onored it a birthday pan-.-
in cognition ol hei outstanding
Evelyn Clein was ap-
pomted temporary corresponding
secretary Plana are now being
corr.pleted for the H g Holy Day
services and wil] be anno i
in the ri'.-a.- fu1 -
Hy Coverman bowling chair-
man, announcr-j that there are
sun places available on th< bow -
ing team Anyone interested is
a Jced to report to the Playdium
Alleys ;n Tuesday evenings
are undo: way for a wom-
en
Women's Leaders Speak
On Radio Program
a uei featun .- ;= -. s
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n WTTT -- Morxb W
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a inday at 10 an
view by Norman R ;. -
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pnization to acquaint M
with the role
womer .. oreanizati c .
in the civic, -.
national Jewisl
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women Organi2ai -
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