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The Jewish Floridian ( July 29, 1949 )

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l^viisltUEIIiDipidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY IME 22—NUMBER 30 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 29, 1949 PRICE TEN CENTS ael and Syria Conclude Armistice geement, Moshe Sharett Reveals it Treaty With Arab States Is Signed. lotiations Take Six Months, One Week AVIV, (JTA)—Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett this formally announced in the Knesset that Syria and Israel concluded an armistice agreement. He emphasized the tance of the pact, both from a political and strategic point w and noted that this was the last armistice treaty to be with the Arab states which pnately neighborly relations with Israel. red Israel last year. took six months and one for securing the whole of these agreements," Mr. tt stated. He pointed out that egotiations with Syria alone red 20 meetings, involving difficulties arising from ry and geo-political probI Military issues were raised [the Syrian negotiators, he 1, because only the SyIrmy succeeded in holding territory wrested in battle. fblems of a geo-political nairere raised at the negotiavith the Syrians, Mr. Sharett iued, because the Syrians Bed a territorial strip along fs northern frontier extendpross a waterline which prewas in Israeli territory tue of the former internaboundary. Israel's armistice lators steadfastly refused to ain the Syrian claim of territory beyond the line area, the Foreign Minisatc-d. and the Syrians finally of the difficulties preventconclusion of an armistice nent with Syria much earlBted in the influence of cerJoreign countries which led /rians to proffer "irreduci|laims," the Israeli Foreign Iter reported to the Knesset. I appeared at a certain stage I the Israeli-Syrian negotiavould definitely be severed," "but thanks to the interim of Dr. Ralph J. Bunche, (acting mediator for Palesi understood our point, /ithdrawal of the Syrian from Israeli territory was obtained with a compensaguarantee that the Israeli would not advance into the kated area." fiu's decision, he continued, obviously propelled by her not to defy the world auwith its obvious conse. Mr. Sharett expressed ope that Syria will now seek tublish peaceful and appro\ Week To |gin Tomorrow commemoration of the Eve Fast of the 9th of Av and 3'av which fall on August 4, the week starting toDw will be dedicated to IsI and the Jewish National [all synagogues where serv|are held, appeals will be by rabbis who are here or [representatives for contribute the various activities of —Former Gov. Herbert H. Lehman this week declared that he was "shocked" at an attack by Francis Cardinal Spellman on Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt for opposing Federal aid to parochial schools. The text of Gov. Lehman's statement follows: I do not know of a single act or word that would in the slightest degree indicate bias or prejudice against any religion or any race. "Her whole life has been dedicated to a constant fight for tolerance and brotherhood of men as children of one God. She will, I am confident, retain the trust and the affection of all peoples irrespective of creed or race. "I am deeply shocked at the attack of Cardinal Spellman on Dade County and will develop a Mrs. Roosevelt. I strongly believe, express his or her views on public issues without being subjected to the accusation of being against any religion or any race. "The issue is not whether one agrees or disagrees with Mrs. Roosevelt on this or any other public question. The issue is whether Americans are entitled freely to express their views on public questions without being villified or accused of religious bias. "Mrs. Roosevelt has been a pubgentine and Israeli representatives favored the motion. The Israeli repersentative pointed to the precedent set in 1929 when the Red Cross extended recognition to the Moslem Red Crescent and the Iranian Lion and added that non-recognition of .the Red Mogen Dovid left its institutions and personnel open to being fired upon by the armed forces of the nations surrounding the Jewish state. The Israelis withdrew a request for a roll call vote on the issue, when the Australian representative charged that the request was made to apply pressure on those who voted negatively or abstained. The Israeli spokesman retorted that pressure was being exerted in this instance but not by Israel. It has been learned here that Britain has been lobbying against recognition of the Jewish embem. It is considered possible that Israel will sign the new convention with certain reservations. Israel, Syria Trade Prisoners Of War TEL AVIV, (JTA)—An em change of all war prisoners began this week between Israel and Syria following the signing of the armistice pact between the two countries. Thirty-two Israelis, including two women, who had been held in Syria as prisoners of war were brought to the border and turned over to the Israeli authorities. They were blindfolded with handkerchiefs by the Syrian military authorities for security reasons. Sixty Syrian war prisoners held by Israel will be brought to the Syrian frontier for return to their homes. Most Israeli government officials were hopeful that signing of the armistice agreement with Syria will speed up the final peace treaties with the Arab states. The Syrian agreement is interpreted as implying acceptance and recognition of the existence of Israel by all its Arab neighbors. This feeling exists despite the provision in the Syrian armistice pact, which is not in any of the other three, that "arrangements for the armistice demarcation line are not to be interpreted as having any relations whatsoever to ultimate territorial agreements." In any case, the boundaries set forth in all four armistice agreements enjoy international sanction of one kind or another. Accordingly, it is felt here that the agreements represent a means of transition from armistice to final peace. The United Nations Palestine Conciliation Commission now resuming its sessions at Lausanne may be able to use them effectively to facilitate a permanent peace settlement, it is believed here. county-wide program to take care as I have always believed, that Up figure for twenty-five years. of their needs. I in our American democracy every Her every act has been a matter French Jews to Naz" death camns Mr. Klass revealed that the responsible citizen is entitled to of record. In that splendid record I in Poland, amps Nazi Envoy Sentenced By French Court PARIS, (JTA) — Otto Abetz, former Nazi envoy to the Vichy government, this week signed an appeal against a 20-year sentence meted out to him by a French military tribunal here following his conviction on war crimes charges including responsibility tor the mass deportation of 40,000



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>AY. JULY 29, 1949 + Jen 1st) fhrldlan PAGE THREE letters To The Editor ttements False ie Editor Jewish Floridian read the article by Harry Dnhoff in "our last issue of lay, July 22, 1949. Of course, low that the returned Israeli rans want jobs—but they It neither Mr. Simonhoff nor one else to take advantage of' circumstances by resorting the publication orally or in ting of grossly untrue facts in er to satisfy his own personal gms and motivations. I am ticularly shocked at the false ement and insinuations di|ed at the present chairman of local Zionist Emergency faciL The quotation attributed nm is false and I know that one of them ever made such Statement to Mr. Simonhoff. By deny it. As a matter of recJ, I. R. Goodman is the only person who did get jobs for of the boys, one of which is a fy highly remunerative position [the Ordinance Department of Israeli Army. His application originally turned down by Israeli Consular office and emergency chairman secured position for him by going er the head of the consul and aling directly with the Israeli Jbassador to Washington. The is now on the job in Israel, rtainly, Mr. Simonhoff should ire mentioned this instead of |tting himself and bragging out a job for an aviator which as never delivered—simply a lot talk—a job which would have en accepted by said aviator Ith open arms. |Mr. Simonhoff mentioned that rtain Jewish groups in this Immunity failed to "wine and Tie" the veterans with public lebrations. Use SICHEL Mr. Imonhoff! This is something at they seriously objected to iren though it was offered to em, for obvious dangerous rcabns both to them and to Israel, fhich reasons still exist. ] Two of the people mentioned br their efforts on their behaif Mr. Simonhoff's article awakled only after the boys threatled to expose them for certain ifair tactics and statements that liey made and used in a very ecent election campaign on the each. Yes, Mr. Simonhoff, the Israeli Veterans are bitter on many scores % ut not at all in the way you decribe it. Only on one point do hey agree with you—they want obs and need them desperately, hey know that personal vilification, untruths, slurs, and attacks on existing agencies, the Zionist 1 :, Jadassah, Pioneer Women, Youth JroUps, Baron de Hirsch Fund, fcnd the Zionist Emergency Council will not get jobs. When you esort to such tactics, MR. SIIONHOFF, YOU SHAME AND HtGRACE THE ISRAELI VETERANS! Again, the chairman of the Cionist Emergency Council is the >nly source of the two jobs that yere secured for the fighters and be has been constantly working in their behalf since their arrival. In addition, a committee from the Zionist Council is now jnd has been on the job trying Jheir utmost to help them. I deplore, as do all other people ff our community, the fact that fr. Simonhoff will continue his lalicious and slanderous attacks >n the Zionist Council with indecency and no regard for the truth as long as he doesn't head it and is not one of its members. Mr. Simonhoff has always claimed to have gotten his distorted information from certain two people on the council. They deny it. Who is telling the truth? It is a pity that Harry Simonhoff has to feel that his contribution to the community is so lacking that he has to brag about a job for an aviator which he hasn't delivered. Sincerely yours, MRS. JOSEPH CARP. Excellent Mr. Fred K. Shochet, Editor The Jewish Floridian I would like to take this opportunity to commend you and The Jewish Floridian for your excellent coverage in the July 22 issue of the movement to curb the Ku Klux Klan in our state. I am confident that your splendid news articles, and forthright editorial appearing in this issue should prove most valuable in the current campaign to alert public opinion in support of strong legislative action working towards the effectuation of Governor Warren's January declaration that the Klan in Florida must be eliminated. GILBERT J. BALKIN. Hadassah Unit Holds Tea Miami Division of the Business and Professional Women's of Hadassah held a Youth Aliyah tea at the home of Mrs. Philip Delman, 6457 S.W. 16th St., last week. Guest speaker was Mrs. David Sernaker. Beach Girls Attend Meet In Tallahassee Marilyn Wagener and Joan Louise Osheroff, members of the junior class of Miami Beach High School, represented the school at the Girls' State of Seminole recently held in Tallahassee. Marilyn was sponsored by the Miami Beach Lions Club and Joan attended under the sponsorship of Miami Beach "nit 85 of the American Legion Auxiliary. At the meet, which is designed to acquaint high school leaders with the way in which the government operates. Marilyn was elected to the city commission and served as county superintendent of public instruction. Joan held the office of mayor of her city as well as that of county commissioner. Each morning of the conclave, the girls report, they attended three-hour sessions in the chamber of the House of Representatives in the state capital. At these sessions they heard various speakers explain the departments of the government and the functions of each. Among the speakers were Howe Sadler, director of state advertising; Frank S. Wright, assistant to the governor; Mrs. Claude Pepper; Thomas D. Bailey, superintendent of public instruction; Dr. Broward Culpepper, dean of student welfare; Judge Paul D. Barns; R. A. Gray, secretary of state; Senator Leroy Collins. Highlight of the week was the inaugural ball at the American Legion Home in Tallahassee, the girls say. Mrs. Lena Mintzes, Moaizat Hapoalot chairman of Pioneer Women's Club No. Two of Miami Beach, second from left, was honored at the organization's national convention recently held in Philadelphia. The Moatzat Hapoalot, Pioneer Women's sister group in Israel, builds and maintains children's homes in the Jewish state. Through the efforts of Club No. Two, sparked by Mrs. Mintzes, a room in one of these homes was recently completed. In recognition of this work, Mrs. Mintzes was awarded a certificate and the key to the room. In the photo, Mrs. Mintzes is shown giving the key and scroll to Mrs. Rosemary Gerson Kaplan, president of the Pioneer Women's Council of Greater Miami. Also pictured are Mrs. Celia Rubin, chairman of Club No. Two's Child Rescue Fund, left, and Mrs. Elsie Wegman. financial secretary of Club No. Two. Mrs. Rubin's name was omitted from Jast week's list of delegates to the convention in Philadelphia. Blum Wins Scholarship Burt W. Blum, son of Mrs. Naomi B. Cohen, 5651 North Miami Ave., was recently awarded a freshman competitive scholarship by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The scholarship is given annually to students of high scholastic stand-, ing chosen from several hundred j candidates taking competitive examinations. Louis J. Krensky serve B0R5CHT ;...buy ROKlACff -_ SUCCESS THE*??£\EA* OF THE 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. 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r. JULY 29. 1949 fJenlsii Hcrldfian PAGE FIVB lent Developed As Nazi Slave Laborer Provides Miami Career [TOR'S NOTE: The Resettlement Service Committee of the Jewlnh Service Bureau has the responiilblllty for finding employment ontles for new Americana. Mrs. Monte Sells; Is chairman of the comand Jacob Slier is chairman of a sub-committee on employment [la currently seeking Job opportunities for: machinists, office workers %  ction workers, photographers, electricians, farm workers drivers' felans. tailors, etc. The JSSB, whose president Is Harold Un'serlelder' |te<1 at 127 N.W. 2nd St., Miami, Florida (3-5377). ungenemer, By KURT PETER GOTTESMAN 1941 when Leo Pollak worked on a handweavinq loom in icentration camp at Theresienstadt, Czechoslovakia, makion cloth for German soldiers, he didn't dream that this labor would later be his chosen career in Miami, Florida. will of the Nazis a slave laborer, he did not dream that Id find freedom and the lities for constructive work Pollak's story is not an lonal story of the sufferone individual, but the f thousands of refugees to the United States to new life, to 'be citizens instead of numbers on a 11 call. jugh their former vocalay have been quite difthey gladly learn new which makes them useful in the United States. Pollak was born in 1908 gne, Germany, of Czechoparents. As a youth he jost interested in sports and on decorative art. As a ier he represented Gerall over Europe in free ) and 100 yard races, md he won a prize from the Jrlnnds in the relay ra:es. he graduated from high he became a successful fcroker, with leisure time for Jg museums to enjoy famous jgs, tapestries and em_ _r ies. %  s quiet life was shattered by H'tB and his storm troopers. TrUvork of years swept away, I .( %  Pollak became a refugee. H|g to Czechoslovakia, he fed to eke out a living at jobs. But not for long, took this country too, and [Pollak with hundreds of was transported to the conation camp at Theresienstadt. fate of these people is only veil known. Leo Pollak fed the stone quarries until ps finally transferred to a factory. So great was the I of the Germans for fabric Ud hand weaving looms were fd into work for slave labor erate. |rtly before the liberation he jed to escape with two other laborers. Deviously he ed Prague. Unable to work ^tock-broker, he took up the he learned in the concencamp. and worked on a I, loom hastily constructed [old odd parts. [1947 he finally received a of hope for a new life, relatives in the United arranged to bring him |with his wife and year old While waiting for his im\tion visa he started with ted zeal to study his old decorative art, especially idery, applique and letter' ready the plans for a new on were crystallizing in ind. ough he had some knowlf English, he wondered how Id orient himself in Amervast enterprising country never known. Arriving in Newcomers Serve This article was written for the Jewish Social Service Bureau by Kurt Peter Gottesman, who is himself a refugee finding haven in Miami. He has lived in Palestine and has had journalistic experience. The accompanying picture was taken by Albart Rosenbach, who served as a photographer abroad before resettling in Miami. New York, he was overhelmed and confused. He and his wife were met by United Service for New Americans, the national organization which plans with the newcomers. In cooperation with local Jewish family service organizations throughout the country, the most likely community needing this scope of work was selected, through participation of the family and the agency. The local agency which in this case accepted the Pollak family is the Jewish Social Service Bureau of Greater Miami. It is a Community Chest agency whose resettlement program for new Americans is supported by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. For eight months Leo Pollak worked dilligently in Miami, building the business he now operates. Working by day on embroidery machines, by night he created original designs, experimented with various American fabrics and dye processes for embroidery threads. In this short period he tempered his European experience with the necessary American technique. Today his store and workshop, at 218 N.W. 1st St. in Miami, is still small. But the work on display, the exquisite patterns and color schemes promise a good future. His love for the sea and the tropical climate come to the foreground in the fine modelling of his embroidered palm trees, flamingos and barracudas which adorn bathing towel sets, sportswear, mother-daughter, fatherson outfits. Already his attractive lettering is seen on all kinds of articles used in hotels, restaurants and ofubs. To create and perfect a new design for an embroidered decoration it may take five or six weeks; to execute the work on fabric, anywhere from thirty minutes to three hours, depending on size and color blending. He already has new plans, and he is perfecting an embroidery dye that gives his creations the individually he wants to achieve. His biggest dream, however, is to hand weave originally designed materials on the imported Czechoslovakian room displayed in his show window. To work on this loom: a free man in a free country. Ungerleider Is Head Of Social Service Bureau Harold Ungerleider, Miami Beach attorney, was elected P resident of the Jewish Social ervice Bureau at the organization's annual meeting last month. He succeeds Elry Stone, who was named honorary president. Others elected to office were Irving Frankel, Mrs. Monte Selig and Judge Harold B. Spaet, vice presidents; Mrs. Jacob Eppstein, secretary; Benjamin Meyers, treasurer; Leo Ackerman, Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, Mrs. Matilda Ratner, Herbert E. Scher, Jacob Sher, trustees. Remaining members of the board of directors include Mrs. Leo Ackerman, Rudy Adlcr, Mrs. Morris Alpert, Jules Channing, Mrs. Leon Ell, Mrs. Aaron Farr, Joseph Gardner, Mrs. Ida Goldberg, Max Holtsberg, Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Mrs. Edward Levine, Mrs. A. B. Meyers, Bernard H. Pallant, Dr. M. J. Safra, Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, Dr. Herman Selinsky, I. S. Shapoff, Fred Shochet, Max Silver, William D. Singer, Mrs. Harold Spaet, Alfred Stone. Miami Y Athletics The Miami Y will hold its general Softball workout and special meeting for the Y summer softball tournament at Shenandoah Park this Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. The first tournament games will begin next Sunday morning, August 7. Schedule for this Sunday evening's basketball games in the summer tournament is: at 7:30 p.m., the Boys Club of Miami vs. Turner's Sport Shop; at 8:30 p.m.. Fort Lauderdale vs. Miami Beach Y; at 9:30 p.m., Little River vs. Miami Y. THE MIAMI BEACH ATHLETIC CLUB is now accepting applications for membership WRITE: 420 LINCOLN ROAD, ROOM 230 TELEPHONE: 58-7727 OR 58-7728 Freedom House Forum Gilbert J. Balkin, state director of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, will give an eyewitness report of the Groveland affair at the forum to be held at Freedom House, 4323 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach, on Monday night at 8:30. flabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 818 Michigan Avanua Miami Beach Phone 5-3595 Kosher Killed Chickens TENNESSEE POULTRY & EGG CO. WEDS. AJ*. THURS. A.M. Phones 9-2585 — 9-7981 1340 S.W. 8th St. Mrs. Nelson, Mrs. Green To Be Lunch Hostesses Mrs. Bessie Nelson and Mrs. Anna S. Green will be luncheon hostesses at the sewing, arts and crafts session to be held by the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom Monday at the Temple. The sessions are held weekly from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Hostesses for last Monday's luncheon were Mrs. Jack A. Abbott, Mrs. M. Riley Morris, Mrs. Frank Kamen and Mrs. Arthur Frischman. Planning Unit Named Miami Beach councilmen this week announced their choices for a committee to study community planning. Seven citizens were selected, one by each member of the council, in accordance with the group's decision last week. The panel nominated and their council sponsors are Sam Halperin, chosen by Marcie Liberman; Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink, Burnett Roth; Leo Eisenstein, Mayor Turk; Tom DuPree, William Burbridge; William Elliott, D. Lee Powell; Abe Halperin, Maurice Klein; Jack D. Gordon, Melvin Richard. Pass Law Exams Jerome G. 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PAGE SIX -iMisHkrHtor. EMDAY.JULYM, Sholem Lodge To Hold Aquatic Show An aquatic show, featuring professional diving exhibitions, a beauty contest, and swimming will be sponsored by Sholem Lodge. B'r.ai B'nth. Sunday, beginning at 6 p m. at the B Clay Hotel Pool. Chairman Paul Barrett, ar.d his entertainment committee have planned audience participation stunts and contests with pri for tne winners. Listed on the J Oregon" hurier "' chalki ..' his program are: balloon contests, oid eleve tn wm recently for I clothes, rescue contests ar.d a Po ,.i and Beavers in the Pa beauty contest for men only. lcoa*t loop K Tickets at $150 per person may ^. ( : %  ,., the b;g time bird dogs be secured at the door. A portion ard wiU pro bablv be sold I of the proceeds will be usea for n£ j 0 r league club bei re th< sealocal community service projects. s0 ., con es to an er.i. The ? it_ — ~ „ land management has tvablOS LofljjjO. KB would-be buyers the JEWS IN SPORTS By HASKELL COHEN Sun Feldman. University ; Illinois baseball pitchi '•'•' • games against one loss 1-43. was signed by the St L uis r.s ar.d farmed to Sp field in the Three I League He follows another Illinois Marv Rotman, to the big time. Hal ; It %  :. vear-old former ising 24University Will Spotlight Ufo Ot Monskv available but that ny trai would have to include pla;. I addition to cash Saltzman t his first shutout recentlj Coral Gables Lodge B'na: the Sun Francisco Seals winning B'nth will hear a dramatic por| by a 4-0 score, trayal of the life of Henry Monsky. former international president of B'nai B'ritr., at their meeting Tuesdav at 8:15 p.m. at Hillel House. 3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables. The radio transcription entitled "The Man From Omaha." one of the Eternal Light series, will highlight the evening's program, according to Dr. Leonard Glickstein, program chairman. The program is being arranged through the cooperation of the Greater Miami B'r.ai B'nth Council. Following the regular business session and the program portion of the evening, reft ments will be served. A.L.S. Open House A.L.S. Chapter of B'r.ai B'rith Girls will hold open house tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock a: the home of Barbara Rosen. 76 N.W. 21st Ave., in honor of new members. The chapter will bi hostesses to tne BZB ar.d Hillel Chapters of the organization. The social committee in charge of the affair is headed by Norma Kroner, who will ce assisted by Paula Levin, Phvllis Talles and Myra Feit. Although the parent Deti it Tigers sen: Myron G.". Toledo Hens with the ex] • n he would become the : first string catcher, tne J< athlete has been having ti dislodging Eddie Mordar.-ki I the top receiving berth. • • • Saul Rogovm. star B..:' tosser. is having himself great time at t.'.e expense of tne Ji City Giants. Over a period of tw years the Brooklyn-bred pit has licked the Little Giants six straight times. His latest <:: was in a relief appearance last week. At the present writing Saul j : wns an 8-2 record. along ~" ra "; J! defeat. Sid tential future big league hurl '• the Red Sox ice. • • • Max SI il %  : A. lountr: A 'o d S %  % %  '• r Fund (618 to the S18 ex] %  •• I t turned in by peopl( tickets yet. He is tribul tl .. ne of the smalli C a t s ii commoda%  %  v d• • i A •• S : %  to see 1 lancei Fund ga:: up Sonny lion of Bobby Sand. :•: hoop mentor. has f year ol :%  %  full time he completes his [ mrse n eti i e in Febr u • • :. ;. : irt, nee Lefkowitz, City College court captain in 1939. p official I Circuit games. Lou rking with such experienced • as Lou Eisenstein and Red Sara k and is making ste; ..: %  -.Art Lecture Set For Beach Y %  Is Commercial Art Creative'" will be the theme explored by Byron Newton. University of Milami instructor, at a meeting open to the public Monday at 8:30 p.m. Iat the Miami Beach YM St WHA. A graduate of Syracuse Unity where he majored in fine art, Mr Newton has been associated with National Ads ar.d Max iFleisher Cartoons Syndicate. Bework with industrial firms, he engaged in free lance | work for the Saturday Evening | Post and the Women's Home I Companion for several years. 300 Attend Gables Fete Over 300 persons attended the immer festival given by the C ral Gables Jewish Center mem.:ship committee at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Corenblum Sundav evening. During the evering 47 new members were added to the group. Sam Silver, membership chairman, announced. Members of the congregation are donating their services to the construction of the temple and Sunday school now under construction at 320 Palerma Ave., Coral Gables. Anyone wishing further information about the organization is asked to call 4-2005. Dr. Fishbciii To Speak To Young Adults Sundav Directed to individuals between the ages of 21 and 30, a lecture on "Courtship and Marriage" will be given Sundav at 8:30 p.m. at Temple Beth Snolom by Dr I I Leo Fishbem. psychiatrist i The meeting is the third in a series of programs designed to meet the needs of young adults' in the community. Sponsored bv the Miami Beach YM & WHA Young Adult Planning Committee, these Sunday night events are open to the public. Dancing will follow the question period. City College's former outfielder Danny perlmutti i is I tttii i blue streak with the Kingston Colonials in the Class B Colonial I League. Danny recent:. spree that saw him connect..: tj in 17 consecutive contests • • • Herb Stein with tne Stamford Pioneers in the Colonial loop I over recently as temporary manager when Joe Glenn, : N.Y. Yankee maskman. became ill. i Stein is an ir.fielder with Connecticut nine. • • • Sid Scr.acht. former Stamford hing mainstay, is continuing Gables Zionists Map Fall Membership Drive Plans for a concerted membership drive to be conducted in the fall were formulated at a meeting of the board of directors of the Coral Gables Zionist District last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mever Fine, 2250 S.W. 18th Ave. Program for the coming year was also discussed. Norman R. Lyons, chairman, presided and refreshments were served at the close of the meeting. ATTENTION! Hotels Restaurants FOOD MARKETS We manuiacture fresh daily: • CRACKER MEAL • BREAD CRUMBS • MATZO MEAL • CROUTONS In Bulk and in Packages HIALEAH FOOD PRODUCTS. INC. 102 E. 11th Street Hialeah. Fla. For Prompt Delivery Call 88-4189 S. .1. Freedman HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington AT*. Miami Beach "Between Fourth and Fifth Sis. Hebrew Religious Supplies For Synagogues and Private Use. 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LY, JULY 29, 1949 +JenlstincriJian PAGE SEVEN A Mystic Flame (Copyright. 1949. Jewish TeleRi-aphlc Agency, Inc.) lEDITOR'S NOTE: On July 22. America commemorated the HWth •Ternary of the birth of Emma Lazarus, the poet whose sonnet, written 183, stands Inscribed on the Statue of Liberty. When, In 1881, the linn pogroms startled the world and shocked the Jews. Emma Lazarus [up the cause of the Jewish people and began writing the passionate •y for which she wan called "Laureate for the Jews." fer life and times are presented by the noted biographer, H E. J>, In "The World of Emma Lazarus," a recent publication of (ken Books. This Is the first full-length biography of the poet, based riglnal research In America and England.) By DAVID SCHWARTZ he American poet, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, in his on "the Hebrews in their graves" in the Newport Jewish rtery, bewailed the tragic fate of the Jews, asking what it of Christian hate" had sent these Jews over the seas. But ellow saw no brighter horiprinted an article by a Russian [opening up before the Jew: i groaning earth in its travails igs forth new races lever restores nations never rise again." was Emma Lazarus, whose Ihundredth birthday is being rved this month, who chaled Longfellow. Here was a inn whose Epistles to the He*s may well be compared to tl's Judenstaat. And like 1 perhaps even more so than E she emerged from a totally lewish atmosphere. he appears in the beginning fonly to have been un-Jewish I anti-Jewish. She told the poet, idman, when he suggested she write on Jewish themes, they meant nothing to her. nerson was the great conlation in American letters Bn her talent first budded forth one of her poems attracted interest of the Concord sage, invited her to spend a week [the Emerson home. Emerson then a man over seventy, but waning of the mental powers ich later was to claim him had yet set in. It is a pretty picI we have of Emerson going vn to the railroad station to et this young women, and Mrs. .nerson and daughter Ellen grabusly joining in the hospitality. Emma Lazarus had poetical but for a time seemed to be tting nowhere. An artist must \ve not only feeling but must have something to say and one thing which she could she avoided saying. She inirdly resisted addressing herilf to the Jewish theme. {Then one day she went down Ellis Island and saw "the Drm-tossed" immigrants, about lom she was to write. The ark in her burst forth into full ime when the Atlantic Monthly woman justifying the Czarist persecutions of the Jews. Now she was a woman not only with words but with a cause. One of the results of the Epistles to the Hebrews was the establishment of the Hebrew Technical Institute. Primarily its influence was to give momentum to the Zionist message which at the time scarcely had a supporter outside of Russia, save for a few stray Gentiles like Lawrence Oliohant and George Eliot and a few Jews here and there who were more Gentile than Jewish. It was all a dream, it was impossible, Emma Lazarus was told "The impossible always happens," she replied. She herself was proof of the impossible happening. She who had been estranged fiom everything Jewish and now was a prophetess of Israel. It was hard work hacking out a pioneer road. Almost pathetically, she tried to prove that Jews may go back to the soil, by citing what someone told her about a few Jewish farmers in some remote part of the earth. Yet it all has come true. The revival of the Maccabbean heroism for which she pleaded, we have seen in our days. She wrote: "O deem not dead the martial fire Say not the mystic flame is spent Let but an Ezra rise anew To lift the Banner of the Jew." Hers was to be a short life. She died at the age of thirty-seven, but she raised a torch for her people. She herself was a "mystic flame" whose light shines as far as Zion's hills. As we think of her, somehow the vision of the Statue of Liberty in New York harbor on which her words are inscribed, seems to fuse with her picture. She seems to be the goddess herself. Mn. Harold Turk, wife of the mayor of Miami Beach, welcomes two charming Cuban senoritas to the Lion, luncheon at the Delano Hotel. Miss Vivian Tobio (right) wa.cho.en queen at the Zatodcenrention of Cuban Lions Club at C.m.cru.y. and MiMaria Garcia Marsol. queen of District 3. Cuba. 1 Dod/Hiss Our ON THE AMAZING NEW GET SET FOR SAFETY WITH U. S. ROYALS See us today—get set for trouble-free motoring and— make the best tire deal you've ever gotten. NORTON TIRE CO. Inc., 500 W. Flagler St.. Miami— Phone 3-4639 NORTON PALLOT TIRE CO. 1454 Alton Rd., Miami Beach—Phone 5-5115 fTTTJ* LOUIS E. PALLOT, President — ROYAL SEE US TODAYAND SAVEi mm M



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PAGZ DOTT Imlst fkrHbr Lois Goldman Plights Troth f Personally Speaking '.;."".; 5 -" Now York '-= Vbm Ethel Pool presadent :: the Honda Hi :r:=:r-:.". :: r r.n r ..A OCAS _:.._•• %  Ma Korrii Kales 39C S.W 22nd Flood a leaving ::: : •s %  • N C an Mr and Mrs I Maura %  : : •:. Mr and Mn Fred ---"' ••%  Mas Feldson July IS :" the -•„.__ jios~t!ai Mrs :%.:.-.-i snrsedafle past preeidenl oi L _':.'...". 4 ; • %  %  %  ; : engagement KM Beth DoTid PTA HT Mr V -r haw Mr Char.^5 Oichin ai Kew ":'::•: zod their nine fe i9th Ten will Di and Mn. r-old daughter %  ;r. Miami girl .'.;._ ;..-..-. Love Goldman, to Mania -.;.-.:.-: son of Mr tad Mn Randoipti Cowan of New Y -..-.<. bai bees announced -.;.• her parent; M; a.-.d Mr: Hatban Goldman .: Oca 1 The briie-ele l %  %  -•the granddaughter -..' Mr and M Lou;: pjn^ pioneer Miami re dents ws % % %  re and an %  ed '.----.sell moved to O r ti ber r.;rr.v; She served = : commencement speaker tor her daes a: Cca.i High School tad received the DAR award, A: Wesleyar College Macon Ga |a W7 Who ..-. American College and ,'njversitiei wrved a ; *.-. officer ..-. the Khool government .. .-..-•;.-•• I I ,. :c. i: book the Veterept M Goldman .-.-.master • • pee frotr Co].bia University and later took addi•-.-..-.a. courses at the Cruversitj of Honda and Harvard See DO-* teache p and ;ology and serv an the staff itudenti at the Florida State University Her fiance at* nd ; Se V k university and vai graduated from Harvard La S :hooL The wi dding .. chedule the fall William Prusoffs Visit Parents \lcrt William Prusoff and his wife, Bngitte a rived in Mi i July f 9 *fcl |? for I • stay with %  fchis parer.%  and Mrs. Samuel -*?" : : • "--' %  lf, f, '~ s. Lw 10th st S A graduate of 9 the University of %  Miami, Mr.Prus[off has puit received his docj' degree in chemistry at Columbia University. Starting August ID, ,, v,:]l engage in re ESE25 ; %  ':;." at tha Medical v ^? %  W< : %  %  '• %  •'•'• Rerve UmPnofi Pepper Interview „:""' % %  : Claude Pepper will in-; -'•"Doyli Conner of Starke. president -,f Future Farmers of 1 A.T.':.-.-;, Erwin Martin of Indiana .:'; .' % %  %  • president of jL^SV'"'"•' /f A ^8, and H. i. Wood, state office of Future farrners of America, on his weekly radio broadcast this weekend. Miami Beach for the month :: Augu* Dt xnd Mn >chin s s-:.-~.:.z zz^-i 14 :.zz^r. visitng :.s ancle and roal bore '* Mr. end :-^s \z-.-.z locobaoe announce the birth z: z zz.zz-^: toy Rcearvn, c^:r. hily 11 al kzcksoo Memoria] H-sz.-ri Paternal grandrnother ^ Mn Sarah Jacobeon oi Miami Mr. and :-^H Morris linnial :: y .^>: York are -r-e-^: grand* Mi and M-s Meyer Forer 2121 S W, 24th Ave entertained this woek following "he hr.= z: "r:eir s;r. 'zsezr. S!~ e: ~::e: born hily '.'. zr. £• Francis HospitaJ Godparents were Mn M0Q7 Eeeeohnan, Mrs. Forer's sister, z-.z Joseph Siere:. Sandek %  KZS Zahnon Forer Mr Forer's brother from brae] with whom he was recently reunited are: z separation -.: 25 yean Mrs. .ere: .£ :.-.e rcrrr.e: Ida Er.cier %  %  Dr. end Mis. M. A. L;p>.-.d c: Micrr.: 3eacr. :ev-.-.-.e: Monday from a five-weei: stay in New Ycrk. Due to ccr.a:::cr.s zrevaihna in Israel a: the prese-lime, Dr. LiDkind was ^vjsed by r>. S. 5e-=-e:n of the Jewish Agency tc postpone his :onerr.p.a-ea tr.p to Israel fc: at least s:x months Dr. zr.z Mrs. tAnx Pepper are leaving this morning iz: their annual su...~er vacation. Tney will visit tr.e.r children Nancv andI Marshall, at Blue Ridge Carr.p, Stroudsburg, Pa and rrcZ "%lr :ZS5 ^ e 5 T? f err dale N Y The PPP Plcn to stop :;r =-;" cr .'^V sefore P-^'5 u ? their ch::drer. at camp ana returr.:r. v tc M.arr.; ..-. Secterr.ber. %  %  %  Leaving this morning for a vacation which will nclude vistts in Pennaylvania, Grossinger'i in Ferndale. N. Y and in&p^hS! 7 ^ ^ Gnd ^ A1 WiS€ "^ P la to '^ Mr. and Mrs. D. Murrel Kastan of 5260 SW 3-d St en HoSl^ b M h t\ dCUqh ^ RhMda Helen, a. V c-or a" £'J& Mrs Harr y Hixso of Forrest Hills I 1 ponied by Mrs. Shepard Sabe of New York nVv n m FRIDAY JUITJ Marjorie Miller Weds Herschel Roscnthai In Double Ring Ceremony On June 25 Before a fireplace banked + W 4l ^BfWW\ ladloh and r !" t:o-s. M i u" • ^^ M J ne MiUer daughter of vJ Mrs Ben Miller, 238' s},* 1 Terr, became the bride of R schel Rosenthal, son of v. Mrs. Edward Rosenthal n.,^ Beach. u t The couple spoke the.Vo *,^ June 25 at 7.30 prr, „ ..V* of the bride-s parents. Rabbit Shapiro and Cantor H,^ Mamches read the double £ service. !" len^h S& neTIown ^ w.th matching capelet and £ mitts. Her fingertip lenaS fe sion veil extended from an Ji broidered Watteau cap £ Ca ^. Ied v. a br,dal ba >£ adorS w.th three white orchids andl shower of stephar.otis Mrs. Charles E. Gottlieb, m ron of honor, was a"-ed pale blue brocaded "ballenu ength dress ar.d carried lonial bouquet The bride'l -^ Beryl Ann Miller, was floaw girl in long blue organdv Best man was Harvev j M lithe bride's brother. e On Sunday, June 26. there was a reception for familv a.-d friends at the home of the brides pares* Miss Romesa Rosenthal kept th guest book. v For their wedding trip the newly weds drove to Grove Park Inn, Asheville, N. C ar.d made a two-week tour of Southeastern Lnited States. Out-of-town guests included & B. Miller, Mr. and Mrs I. Friedman of Washington, D. C Mr and Mrs. Dade Stine. Mrs. Rella Steinberg, Miss Donna Singer. The former Miss Miller b a graduate of Miami Senior High School and past president of ALS Chapter of B'nai B'hth Girls. The bridegroom, a veteran cf two years in the Naw, graduated from Miami Senior High and the University of Miami. He is a member of Pi Lambda Phi fraternity. Rosenthal Gables Unit Tells Holiday Plans f Jewish Congregation : C ral Gables will hold High vices at the Coral C -• im, Douglas Road S. W. 16th St, Lee Platt. • • has :-.r.r.ounced. • services will be ning Reel Hashanah evening S ptember 23. Psenstein Miami Beach iati i-ith a n ixed The .. • .-ill be especialdecorated for the services, :. and special seating arr.gements will rx-rrr.:t observaby all congregants. Tv.-o of • type public address U be installed so that '" • iy hear from thi building. Platt Thj High Holy Day Commit• %  • % %  •'•.-:. -: h;. I..-r, n Hon:g. announced that admission to servlces ha *, l be ? n st at $12.50 per couple Children will be admitted it charge. Ti ,;•• and additional informa48:0 8 23:48^95 P or r g-lS7 Calling Han (ohn, Gets Court Aid** Post Bart L Cohen, who recently ^ -Tom the Umvers.tv of • has been appointed'ast clerk to the Florid Su prerne Court at Tallahassee HarowTOJ* S n 0f Mr and Mrs. '800 S.W. 21st St.. %  •retim %  TQSld Qnt 0f Mian ^i %  n, er, Y tn 5 e a ^Panied Ethel H. Kaplan. Paul Needelman Wed After a wedding trip through the state. Mr. and Mrs Paul Needelman are residinc at 1310 15th St., Miami Beach The bride is the former Miss Ethel H. Kaplan, daughter of the Louis Kaplans. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs Herman Needelman, formerly of New York. The ceremony was performed June 11 in the home of the bride's parents by Rabbi Simon April. 9th Day Of Av The 9th pay of Av, commemorating the destruction of the First Sli K '" n w Tem P le ln Jerusalem, will be observed at Beth David Synagogue Wednesday at 7 p m Services will be held Wednesday evening at 7:30 and Thursday S'xiilah 1 ? at Co "S^\uoPfok (JUNE) IPAlRf BESr^^H BUffER Fl "HEALTH EGGS ^u


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IY. JULY 29, 1949 + Jewish rhrkttan PAGE NINE rilyn Eisenstat Weds Bert Sager ently wed Mr. and Mrs. Bert are residing at 1553 S.W. It. Sager, the former Miss /n Eisenstat, is the daughter and Mrs. Jack Eisenstat, leridian Ave., Miami Beach. lager is the son of Mrs. Olga erman, 6900 Yumuri St., Gables. couple exchanged vows 11 at the Educational m before Rabbi Irving nan. bride's dress was of slipper [with seed pearl embroidery ke Peter Pan collar and at Spline. She wore an heirloom M imported lace and carried Be topped with a white orTind streamers of stephanotis. ftha Ebstein served as maid ior. She wore a pink gown carried a bouquet of red The twin flower girk, Florand Suzanne Eisenstat, wore Es of aqua eyelet with match|aras. Marvin Sager served St man for his brother. bride's mother greeted ; in a gown of aqua trimmed gold. The mother of the zroom wore a gown of coral fold. Both wore corsages of oses. reception was held immedi[following the ceremony. For honeymoon, the couple red to New York. Mrs. Bert Sager —Morris Bros. Irothal Announced %  4 Elaine Goldman \. und Mrs. Phillip Goldman, S.W. 15th St., have anted the betrothal of their titer, Elaine, to Irving Zlat|son of Mr. and Mrs. BenZlatkin, Elizabeth, N. J. Bs Goldman is attending the lersity of Miami and is corbnding secretary for the Mi%  Unit of the Junior Hadassah. liuis Fete ra t i Patients ttai B'rith Lodges and WomiChapter entertained patients Je Pratt Veterans Hospital at weekly "B'nai B'rith Night" fcrday evening. |song and dance review featyoungsters from the Billy luth Ambrose Dance Studio lined the evening's enteraent. Hy Fried accompanied piano and the program was the direction of Mrs. SidBoeninger, B'nai B'rith Jen's Hospital representative, steinman, B'nai B'rith Men's lital representative, and Marx Kaplan-Yeslow Nuptials Held At Monticello Park Miss Roberta Yeslow became the bride of Larry Kaplan on July 9 in the first wedding ceremony ever performed at the Monticello Park Community Center in North Miami Beach. The double-ring service was read by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Over one hundred guests were present. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Yeslow, Miami. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. L. Kaplan of North Miami Beach. For her wedding the former Miss Yeslow chose a white lace ankle length gown with a matching jacket which featured an Oriental neckline. Her lacetrimmed veil fell from a lace tiara. She carried a mother-of pearl-bible topped with a white orchid and streamers of white satin ribbon adorned with orange blossoms and babies breath. Her only jewelry was a three-strand pearl necklace. Miss Carol Milberg, maid of honor, wore luggage brown organdy over pink taffeta with matching headpiece and accessories. She carried a bouquet of pink roses and babies breath. Best man for his brother was Gilbert Kaplan of the U. S. Marines. The bride's mother was attired in an aqua crepe gown with white accessories and corsage of tea roses. The bridegroom's mother wore a pale blue sheer, white accessories and a red rose corsage. A reception followed the ceremony at the home of the bridegroom's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Geashaft, 1121 N.E. 163rd St., North Miami Beach. Following a wedding trip to Pennsylvania and New York, the couple will reside in North Miami Beach. Wedding Announced Mr. and Mrs. Nathan M. Kaplan, 1435 West Ave., Miami Beach, announce the marriage of their son Burt Hunter, to Marjorie Bumham, daughter of Mr .and Mrs. Paul Bumham, East Lansing, Mich. RAINSHIELDS and STORMSHIELDS The Perfect Combination IT. H. A. term* RAINSHIELDS installed permanently for year-round protection from RAIN. STORMSHIELDS simple to put up when the weather man says HURRICANE. Compare these prices: Stormshields and Ralnshield for Window Illustrated, $24.00 or separately Rainshield S18.50 Stormshields I***' THE RAINSHIELD Cnf/! : AN/ $!£ PH. 82-0243 -•**> Personally Speaking Mrs. Jack Shapiro, 853 S.W. 11th St., is now vacationing in New York with her brothers and their families. While there she will see hei grand nephews for the first time. Miss Carolyn Freedlund of Belle Glade is vacationinq in Atlantic City with her sister, Mrs. M. J. Wooley, and her family. They are the daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Joe I. Freedlund. Lt. Col. David Talley, chief engineering consultant to the first vice president of International Telephone and Telegraph Company, is stopping in Miami Beach to visit his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. George J. Talianof, en route to Puerto Rico on business. The visitor lives in Brooklyn, N. Y. -It Sonya Comander, 536 Nth St., Miami Beach, is spending her vacation with Elaine Kleinstub, at Johnstown, Pa. and expects to return about September 15. Cantor Samuel Kelemer of Miami Beach officiated at the wedding of his sister, which recently took place in Stevensville, N. Y. He and Mrs. Kelemer, who have been visiting their family there, plan to leave soon for New York City, where they will spend some time before returning to Miami Beach. Bernie Saffer has returned from New York, where he visited his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nathan Bracker. •K Mr. and Mrs. Harold J. Weiss of Baltimore will arrive Monday to spend their vacation with his mother, Mrs. Edna J. Weiss, Greystone Hotel, Miami Beach. Spending six weeks with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Wolf Albin, 6061 Indian Creek Dr., Miami Beach, is Miss Rhoda Levine of Bronx, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Alpert, 3930 North Meridian Ave., Miami Beach, have just returned from a three-week stay in the North. During their trip Mr. Alpert attended the wedding of his niece, Naomi Slobins Washauer, Roxbury, Mass., on July 3. The Alperts were present at a family reunion at the Grand Lake Lodge, Lebanon, Conn., in honor of the fifty-fifth wedding anniversary of Mrs. Alpert's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bamett Fein of Springfield, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Maloff, accompanied by their daughter. Judith, left for Hendersonville, N. C, Friday to spend several days with their son, Steven, who is at Camp Osceola. They returned to Miami yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Shulman, 528 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, left yesterday morning by car for New York City and Schenectady, N. Y., where they will visit relatives and friends. They will return in September. + Sy Lippman, 1349 S.W. 7th St., recently returned from a vacation in New York. Mr. Lippman is known throughout the community for his demonstrations in hypnotism. Prior to going to New York, he appeared at the Opa Locka Naval Air Base before a large group of Naval personnel and their guests. He plans to do extensive research work in the field of hypnotism. Sam Aronberg, 329 North Lakeside Dr., Lake Worth, is expected to return about August 15 from a month's vacation in Nashville. Mr. Aronberg joined his wife and son, Larry, who were already there. %  %  • %  %  Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fine and son of West Palm Beach are vacationing in New York. Dr. and Mrs. E. J. Edelman, 611 51st St., Miami Beach, will entertain Mrs. Edelman's sister, Miss Florence Kutzen, of Detroit, who will spend the month of August with them. Miss Kutzen is an eminent pianist and teacher. Daniel Berkowitz of Brooklyn, who recently became Bar Mitzvah there, is vacationing with his aunts, Mrs. Harry Pearl, 2129 S.W. 12th St., and Mrs. Ben Kirschner, 2141 S.W. 14th Terr. Herman Gordon arrived by plane yesterday afternoon from New York, where he spent a week. Florence Sissenwine Engaged To Wed Joan Morris (right) receives the gavel upon her installation as president of the Hillel Chapter, B'nai B'rith Girls, frem Anita Cogen. (left) retiring president of the group, as Mrs. Ruth Cohen, national president of the B'nai B'rith Young Women's Chapters, looks on. Florence Sissenwine The engagement of Miss Florence Sissenwine to William J. Meyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Meyer, 301 N.W. 105th St., has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry I. Sissenwine, 236 Alton Road, Miami Beach. The bride-elect was graduated from Miami Beach High School. Mr. Meyer attended Bethany College in Virginia and was graduated from the University of Miami. {HOPJO*JUNE, IpAiraf BE ST^^^ HEALTH BUTTER EGGS FOR SALE Beautiful pair of brand-new red foxes. No reasonable offer refused. If interested write to Mrs. Z. Semons. P.O. Box 3875, Miami 24. Florida. Excellent Buy 3 Bedroom—2 Bath Home In Fine Neighborhood Corner Lot. 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PAGE TEN FRIDAY. July ~J*. Audio-Visual Human Relations Institute Set For University Of Florida August 9-10 A two-day audio-visual institute on human relations will be held August 9-10 at the P. K. Yonge Auditorium. University of Florida, Gainesville, under the co-sponsorship of the Florida Regional Office of Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. and the Cruisp Sorvico To Israel To Begin On September 6 The sailing of the Argentina of the Home Lines, formerly the Berginsfjord, will inaugurate the first regular cruise service plying between this country and Israel. The Argentina leaves New York on its maiden voyage September 6. arriving in Haifa September 22. the day before Rosh Hashona. It will remain at Haifa, where the passengers may have the option of using the ship as their hotel during its stay. The Argentina will sail from Haifa October 4, the day after Kom Kippur, and will arrive in New York October 21. Further information concerning this sailing may be obtained from Farr Tours, 1245 Washington Ave., the Home Lines representative on Miami Beach. Pioneer Women To Hold Pienic An all-day picnic and dinner will be sponsored by the Pioneer Women's Organization, Club No. One of Miami Beach and Golda Myerson Club of Miami, on Sunday, August 7, on the private beach of the Strath Haven Hotel. 4th St. and Collins Ave., Miami Beach, according to Mrs. Henrv Seitlin and Mrs. Pearl Krieger. chairmen of the affaic Dinner will be served any time during the day that the guest prefers, the chairmen state. Assisting Mrs. Seitlin and Mrs. Krieger with arrangements are the Mesdames Betty Pakula, Sam Katz, Ben Fray, Rose Brady. Eva Tovig and Barbara Greenberg. Tickets are $1.25 each and proceeds will go to the children's emergency building fund. World Community Day Plans Being Formed Plans for the inter-faith World Community Day luncheon, sponsored by the Miami Council of Church Women, were discussed at a meeting at the White Temple Methodist Church last week. Present at the meeting were Mrs. Glenn James, president of Miami Council of Church Women Mrs. Thomas Grady of the Miami Council of Catholic Women, Mrs. Rudolph Drosd of the Miami Council of Jewish Women and Dr. Andrew Gottschall of the National Conference of Christians and Jews. Friday, November 4, was selected as the date for the annual lorum and luncheon which will ru K 1 at th e Miami Woman's Club Peace Is Possible" will be the theme of the day, and forums preceding the luncheon will be divided into three groups: "The £&. k n A. Home '" You 'h" and The Adult." Efforts are being made to secure an outstanding Jewish leader tor a luncheon speaker and frZ m J\ a ders wil1 be select *d w„ >! ^' aml ,nter faith groups. JSd Community Day is one which attracts men and women from the the Greater Miami area who are deeply interested in the cause of peace. General Extension Division. University of Florida, according to an announcement bv Gilbert J. Balkin. state director. The institute will feature a demonstration of the various sound films, film strips, transcriptions, records, books, literature and other constructive materials developed by the league and cooperating organizations for counteracting bigotry and advancing good intergroup understanding. Among the films to be shown will be "Songs of Friendship." "Boundary Lines." "The House I Live In." "Don't Be A Sucker." and the recently released educational sound film "Picture In Your Mind." The use of film strips as a school educational technique will be emphasized with the showing of such productions in this medium as "None So Blind." "About People." and "Film Strips on Israel." It is anticipated that this institute will be attended bv public school teachers and school administrators of Florida who are taking summer school work at the university in Gainesville. Charles C Bushong. field representative. Get.oral Extension Division. University of Florida, is in charge of program arrangement?. Highlight of the program will be discussion forums and panels on the utilization of audiovisual materials as classroom, aids in building sound attitude of human relations. The discussion forums will be led bv Bushong and Balkin. All interested persons are invited to attend the institute. LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS „,: WE^BTO.VE* lersigned. del •• "•" : NOTICthe under?,.e'.eii, ur-i.,..*. **•• %  *-"nusin.IB Normandos Beauty Salon a %  ... •' y .-, r -.-•., I Mian • Florida, '•' : r ,o?eViV,orsa,.! nav • %  $*"< 0 Ihe Circuit Court of Fade County. Wo*la iMAN C0VAN Sole Owner : I • I -. %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY Gl\EN that he undersigned, desning to engage In NOTICE TO CREDITORS iv T||K COt'NTY JUDGE'S 1'iLKI' IN AND Fort DADH COUNTT, FLORIDA IN PROBAT*. So. B"R;" ESTATE OF I X |i\ E PACETTI, IV.-.as.Ml Tl Ali credit and All Persons Having i • %  manda Against s.i i.l Estati YOU ..... I ... h of you, are hereby • tl. d nd reuul t" present any • i den anda h ich you, or either of you. ma) have against the ....,,. ..( ,-i VI;A l-Ai LIU Ue.easea PAI>E C inty, Florida, to the HON. w P Hi.ANTON, County j i I.I!.. i 'ounty, ana file the in ihe County In bade County, Florida. ilendai mi ntba from ,1 ih. fl • %  publication here.letiiands to contain ISIDOR COVTN MICHAEL COVIN EI.RT STONE Attorney for laldor Oivin and Mil had Civln 7/1-8-15-23-29 il Said Ola %  oi — ..; address ..f the rlalmant and NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undei slgi • ess undi • %  %  name of OLSENS rjR] .it the numbi North Aven ... Ml in I. Ploi Ida. i M ..ri.t tend I register thi the Clerh of thi j %  %  i. IVAR OLSEN ETHEL OLSEN ... OSCAR RArPAPORT %  %  • : .-• %  HeyI I : :..i aaarean ... in.i mmii ii ">• worn to and presented us aforel imi III be li.n i ad. See f the 1 l.ate Act. Oati Jul) 12, A.D 1948 \ IOLA M DOWUNU, AExt iti i\ of ih.Batata of C ...i i: Paeetti, Deceased. M.\ l:l. IN BRi" 'KB \ %  %  %  | %  \. %  itrlx : 22.2s > -l. IN I ill I igde Beach Resident Wins Top Honors At Illinois School Albert A. Sutton of Miami th? w r .t Cently ^aduated from the Northern Illinois College of Optometry summa cum laude and was awarded the William B SJ? K Scholar ship Award the highest honor which the school b tZ S „ UP n a equating doctor ^h !" v n w ho w a member of the schools Tomb and Key honorary fraternity, is a graduate of MiaS Beach High and attended the UnJ versity of Miami. He is tempoVa rnIlln, e ir C g staff of Northera Illinois College of Optometry ofi/c^rJ 8 the brother of Mrs. San Friedman and Mrs Natalee Margolis, both of MiaSi Hollywood Voufli Slate Beach Party Plans for a beach party to be neld for members and their guests tomorrow night were discussed at a meeting of the Hollywood Chapter of B'nai B'lith Youth Organization on Thursday evening. July 21, at the Jewish Community Center. A committee, consisting of Joan Bergman. Morton Baum. Barrv Lipsitz and Morton Reiss. was appointed to arrange the program or a joint meeting with the Hollywood B'nai B'rith Lodge slated for some time in September, which has been designated ".; You T th Month" by all B'nai Bnth Lodges throughout the country. It was announced bv Barrv Lipsitz that horseback riding sessions would continue throughout the summer months on Sunday morning. Members of the riding group are Maxine Diamond, Nancy Newman. Morton Baum Barry Lipsitz, Leo and Fred Sultan and George Wolk I. S b ership in ,he organization is open to young men and women between the ages of 17 and 25 Meetings are held each Thursday evening at the Jewish Community Center. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREHY OIVEN II the undei signi d, di %  !. • • ROYAL PALM DELICACY SHOP %  <• ;.-! Street Miami Be intend I gisti i said nami w ith the I Dade L'ounr., FKil Ida HARRY MARGOLIN NAT MARQOUN LEO HUMMEL MILLER A PODELL, ESQS. Attornej %  for Ai 225 Lincoln Road T 1'.--'-"'. v 5-IS ORDER TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP FLORIDA, IN AND FOR UAUE COUNTY. IN CHANCERT, No. 125*8" CHARLES DIAMOND, Plaintiff, va. WNA DIAMOND Defendant You ANNA DIAMOND, .110 B. 4th Btreet, Nen York, N, Y. are required earance In the above entitled i II dlvoi ct on the 12th lay ..f August, 1941 ..r a ilecree pro nfesi will ientered against you. I latl thla I das ..f July. 1949. E, Ii LEA I HERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court, lit Court Seal) B) IVM, W. ELEVENTH Jt'DIri.V UP J IN AND FOR* ,' i L SM FLORIDA. — IN PH&i&aal 125860. CHAMCS* Jl SELMA 8INASOIIN PI.I I m You. HARRY BlkiiarSft'll Southern Boulevard R***. J York, are notified to fll >.„ *• M anoe in the abov., cSujaTfi *f*4 on the 8th day of Au£, '"' S| otherwiw decree pro SSL**}! entered egalnst you vnleM o *|J Dated thla 6 day of J u y ,. J E. B. 1.EATHKRMAV S1 *! (Circuit Court Seal) AN 0*1 WWH W.8T0OB.L MILTON A PRIEDM4?* P l!5*ll Seybold Building 7/8-13-22-2S V DE COSTAS, MAER & ••> for Plaintiff 607 Bii ayni i: il Plorlda I STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. FLOYD ORDER OF PUBLICAT... IN THE CIRCUIT COnB^ lltk JUDICIAL CIRCtttTSl KOR DADB COUNTY U^* V^AV AN SORI^>'£;^' TO : f < i HN DONALD JORDiv ADDRESS: UNKNOWN %  You are hereby ordered to nV_ appearance or answer Yn th. wl romplalnt for divorce flfclrifl you by VADA P. JORDAN „.** fore the 27 day of JuiJM,} ** wise the allegations of U'i A U US!t\S confess,.,! amlBjt 1 DONE AND ORDKREDtttS of June, 1949. u r *l (Circuit gtS Sea.?' ^9 By R. H. RICE.H GEORGE J. TALIANOFF"""' %  Solicitor for plaintiff 7/1-8-15-22-29 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned di • to encage In bualni u indi I thi flctltloua name of KINLOCH DRESS SHOP at 42'.3 W, Flagler Street Miami, Plorlda, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Crcult Court of Dadt County, FlorMa. HKA BILLERA BYLVIA BERMAN HAROLD TANNEN Attorney i'.in American Bank Hide. Miami, Florida 7/8-15-22.29 D/5 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In under the fictitious name of Lottie Brooks Dreaa Shop at 863 w ishlngton Avenue, Miami Heach. i, Intends to register siild name lth the Clerk of the circuit Court of luntv, Ploi %  la ,,.„... "SAX SIROTA 8-1 -M-2J • :. LEGAL NOTICE NOT.ci ^NOERJTCTTF^TNOTICK IS HEREBY (1IVFN tint NOTICE TO APPEAR IN I"1!K CIRCUIT COURT i >F TI1F '••!' l: V' ; >' Til J UDU IAL CIRCUIT IN AND Fi>R mm; in .s i i. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No 126170, lliv '; v ;j. WALDMAN, Plaintiff, va. SADIE JVAI.DMAN, Defendant SADIE WALDMAN Its] i n spec; Ayen le, Bronx, New York "'*•'"' % %  %  '' "'e >our app el !.".,'";,'''""',•';'''"'• u : ?lvorc. on the --;"' ''"> "' August, A D. 1949, otheralse decree pro c .sso will be enti red agalnsl you justed thi. 21 day of July. A.D. B, Ii LEATHERMAN Clark u.t court Seal) Bj C E BOLAND, MILT-JN A. K,:,),,,.^",'!!;,.* 1 i Building %  22-29 i-12 IN T?iK 0 ni,^r, U BLICATI 'N ::' ^' %  "' Vosemite Avenue Manteca, California ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN rilE CIRCUIT Cl I CRT "F THK ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT "IFLORIDA, IN AND Fi >R DADB i:-? ~ IN ''" AN, 1:|!V N EI A l A t E TJi„?.P EPP ] I'lalntiff, vs. OSl AR KREPP, Defendant rO: OSCAR KREl'P. ,. Karl E. Klpp, 50 Mosel vv. .. -t.iten [aland, New York YOl ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to rue yo.: appearani. in the above •" %  • %  'oi divorce, .... oi before ii da> ..f Aug ist, 1949, other.' '' nfeaa* will he entered against you. Dated this -'th daj of July 1949 E. it I.KATHKRMAN. .,.,. Clerk <>l Circuit I lourt 11 In ull Court Keali IWM W STOCKING SAMUEL %  UAM, Attte ''^ k \ Seybold Hull illanil, Florida NOTICE TO CREDITOR? IN AND FOR DALE COnml FLORIDA. ,N ^oBATpil In Re: ESTATE OF Mary Jaffe, formerly Mirr Jatl Green. Deceased. ^ To AH Creditors and All PersoniM liig Claims or Demands Agaiost sjl Estate: J You. and each of you, art hetbl notified and required to prcMm .1 claims and demands which jai.il either of you, may have against ii V".",' 6 ^ of Mar J' Jaffe formerlj kal Jaffe Green, deceased, late of kaal Dade County. Florida, to th* hi W. F. Blanton, County Judge of Isal I 'ounty. and file the same in hU oM In the County Courthouse la Ml County, Florida, within eight cakaftl months from the date of tht M publication hereof. S'.ild clalmi ot el iii.uiils to contain the legal aekal of the claimant and to be rwonil and presented as aforesaid, or sal will be barred. See Section 120 of Oil 193J Probate Act. Date July 11, A.D. 1949. JOAN ANN SILVtt As Executrix of the Lait WlUall Testament of Mary Jaffe, foraejf Mary Jaffe Green, Deceased. ELRY STONE. Attorney 1010 Congreaa Bldg Miami. Fi.i 7/15-22-29 8/5 N0T CE NAM| R L A F W CTITIOUS Ken'^ S tS ?^ U "'KS of \i %  ?, %  v ""-h Cleaners at fitr. tigSffi!* App,|ea,„s ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! The Jewish Flori HER MAN, "'" %  cut Court 8eal) tlrcu,t r '""i Bl F j. OOIJLD, SAM SILVER ity Clem soii.ito, ,,„. piamm, iroi Contreta BIU K 'an>l, Plorlda -'-' B/5-12 '•N TI^T/^7 P ^ ELEVENTH iUl Ir a'!' 1 OP '"' "P FLORIDA IV ,vi U -.. '""Ill "-^'sE'K^^-r 1 -. '• U ant. h N HOL8ON, I.. :.,',. T n-> : | ^'; l ;,' U ^ I -'',">ie undersigned, desiring to e:.ji'| liUKlnesa under the fictitious i !" '* I PINE VIEW APARTMENTS. n 1 VIEW APARTMENTS at %  *. 142nd Street, Miami Beach, WM I Intend to register said name aflBIB Clerk of the Circuit Court of D"! 'County. Plorlda. 8AM DIRNBACH MARY H1RNBACH CHARLES B1RNBACH HYMEN UKE Attorney for Owners 7/8-15-22-X9 8/5 J N W fiv 1 r a d Sundry Florida, Intend. ... '"' sv, *t. Miami. 'il '!?."'* to l,e '"•d In The Jewlah Ploriduln p 1. .. Ju| y. 1941 "-wssjwrt:--This %  rWH W STOCKING 1 S5SM*saar^ •' V. v V • •HE m^Z : V,, ,! "I:KEI. thi, Tday rf of '.'^TM ER MAN By WM. W. STOCKING '/8-15-22.i '"'"tiff. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW _| NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ttjl the undersigned, desiring to enf'l buslneaa under the fiitltlous a I A. and M. Furniture Dealers a •"! S. Miami Avenue. Miami, P" 1 !" *-:! tends to register said name ,lu r "8 Clerk of the Circuit Court o County, Plorlda. —, n ABE KRONENFELD I Myers. Helman A Kaplan. •'• %  Mi Seybold Bldg. Miami, Florida Attorneys for A. and M. Furniture Dealers 7.8-15-22--29 8/5 NOTICE TO AgPjASsrtJ IN THE CIVIL COURT OF B.JSI IN AND FOR DADE W F PLORIDA.—No. SS67J. L U. PEBLE, Plaintiff. ^ OIRALAMO ROSPR'Jd 1 !" %  U*| ELISABETH JINMK RObP'^ his wife. Defendant*. -a r j TO: OIRALAMO KOSIMLIJ'^JI ELISABI9TH JINNIE """ I LIOSI, Defendants ysl 2324 West 24th Street. 8un %  Number Three. Miami Besrfc Tou and each of you art to file with the Clerk of .1 named Court at Miami, f*" 4f or befora the 12th day a | 1948. your written appearan wsm suit brought against W r— i 'if which a decree pro conf^ be entered agalnat you. v DONE AND ORnEKLP at Plorlda, this 15th d^y or •" W. CECIL WAlgi Clerk. Civil Court of ^l (8 *" ,) nlMf W lJ By CHARIjKS^ UERBHON 8. MILLER ("' CM> Attorney for Plaintiff 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida 7/22-29 8/5-18



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LY. JULY 29, 1949 tgler-Granada iter Makes liday Plans Flagler-Granada Jewish will hold Rosh Hashanah fom Kippur services at the Gables Woman's Club, acfig to an announcement by n Feldman, president, rjmittee in charge of arpnents includes Berry Clein, lan; Herman Feldman, Sol erg, Sam Kirschner, Ben Joe Masters, and Mr. and i James Segal. Tickets will for $7.50 and $5.00 and regions may be made by callfeldman at 48-7641, Masters 1-6477, Kirscher at 48-8347, at 4-6571 and Segal at Rose Roskin was elected the office of corresponding ary at a recent meeting of roiip. women's activities comof the group is completing for a rummage sale to be the latter part of August. [member wishing to donate Jng for the sale is asked to it to the home of Mrs. Rose lan, 4906 S.W. 6th St. j Miamians ft, U-F Degrees arteen Miamians were among candidates for degrees at Jniversity of Florida comfcement exercises, which fed the end of first summer D1 session. class, one of the largest in ler session history, almost led the 186 candidates for ime period last year. Of the idates, many of whom were Ic school teachers, 235 refed bachelor degrees, 23 law, tasters, 5 Ph. D. degrees and.HavaiiaT Cuba, at the close"oYthe •Doctor of Education. • meeting. liam A. McRae, Jr., presi-1 of the University Alumni ciation, delivered the comKronenfeld Named To District BB Post John Kronenfeld, president of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, has been appointed district chairman of membership retention, according to a communication received here from Julius Fisher, District Grand Lodge secretary. Kronenfeld will direct campaigns in 1949-50 in seven southeastern states with a view towards stimulating interest and educating Jewish communities in the service programs of B'nai B nth. In the Greater Miami area Kronenfeld will serve on the national membership drive committee appointed by the B'nai B'rith Council to plan a Dade County membership drive starting October 13, the 106th anniversary of the founding of the Jewish service organization. + kisl thrklknr SE PAGE ELEVEN A Valuable Shipment Starts for the Holy Land Musical Program Will Highlight Sholem Meeting An evening of musical entertainment will highlight the Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, meeting scheduled for Tuesday, August 9 at 8:15 p.m., at Congregation Beth El, 500 S.W. 17th Ave., Frank Jaffe, program chairman, has announced. Vocal numbers and piano selections will be presented and an amateur show will include talented youth of the B'nai B'rith organizations. The program committee will award a free weekend for two in Three Scrolls of the Law and a rare set of Shas, the Talmudic commentary, were part of a shipment of religious articles shipped to Israel this month by the Mizrachi Women's Organisation of America, major women's religious-Zionist group in the United States. Pictured above (1. to r.) are Mrs. Nachman H. Ebin, national % ice president and chairman of Mizrachi Women's Child Restoration Department; Rabbi Aaron D. Burack: Rabbi Simcha Rabinowitz, and Mrs. Lionel Golub. acting national president and chairman of the national board of Mizrachi Women. Photo was taken just before Rabbis Burack and Rabinowitz. who accompanied the shipment, embarked on the Nepiunia, sailing direct for Israel. cement address, nians who received deinclude Thomas Hendry Mull, Jr., LLB; Marshall ^n, LLB; Bart Leonard Cohen, John Shelton Fleming, Channing Henry Fox, BS; td William Hagen, BSPA; Freeman Munro, BSBA; Edward Moore, BSBA; Hans rla-Nielson, BEE; William Scott, LLB; Norman Frank ion, MA; Dennis E. Wheeler, Sam Porter Young, BSBA; is Ser, BAE. 'fobs Chapter To >Id House Party Rbbs Chapter, BBYW, will its third annual house party [weekend of July 29, 30 and t the Delano Hotel, 17th St. | Collins Aye., Miami Beach. |ram will include swimming, eing, entertainment and paparties. ris Klein, social chairman, is 'large of the affair. Assisting are Doris Brown, president, Thelma Schwartz. Members of the Sholem Women Chapter will serve refreshments. The public is invited. Temple Isaiah Women To Sew For Bazaar The Temple Isaiah sewing group will meet every Tuesday night at 8 o'clock at the temple to work on items for a bazaar to be held in November, according to an announcement by Mrs. Clara Mae Van Ness, sisterhood president Mrs. L. Littman is designer for the group. On the cutting committee are Mrs. S. Sheldon and Mrs. C. Augustine. Mrs. M. Lencer is in charge of genera! merchandise. Life Insurance Eatataa Authoritatively Programmed NAT G ANS Metropolitan Life In*. Co. •07 Blacayna Bldfl. Ph. s-4i or 4-9981 *•• or phona ma for yaur LIFE INSURANCE NEED* Yiddish Classical Hour WVSZ (940 on Your Dial) EVERY SUNDAY 12:00 Noon to 1:30 P. M. EVERY TUESDAY 6:00 to 7:00 P. M. A Variety of Stars in the Latest Recordings Available CLASSICAL—LITURGICAL AND FOLK MUSIC Listen to our Now Feature "JEWISH HUMOR" M. Naiatir, Program Director Spend Your SUMMER VACATION at the De Soto Hotel and Health Resort SAFETY HARBOR. 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PAGE TWELVE / Vacationer's Dream Comes To Fruition In Projected Miami Beach Athletic Club On a vacation trip in the summer of 1939, a prominent Beach resident happened to visit three of the outstanding sports clubs of the nation—the famous NewYork Athletic Club, the Pennsvlvania Athletic Club in Philadelphia and the Detroit Athletic Club. He swam in luxurious pools, trimmed his waist on squash and handball courts. relaxed in scientifically perfect steam rooms and dined and drank in the type of surroundings a man of taste enjoys. He asked himself why Miami Beach did not have an athletic club, a meeting place where citizens and visiting residents could meet in an atmosphere of relaxation and congeniality? In this vacationer's rr.ir.d a germ of an idea took hold an idea that grew into a positive approach to a natural civic need. What could be done to turn an idea into a fact? And who were the ones to do it? Obviously, the answer lay with a group of civic-minded men who not only loved Miami Beach for itself, but who also looked ahead to the day when it must have equally fir.e establishments and a diversity of interests to hold its unique position among the centers of the nation. And so this group of professional and business men. led by Alan Gale, Ernie Woolfe, Moe Browarnik and Morton Rother.berg. went into action. They selected a piece of land. 170x200 feet in size, at 67th St overlooking Indian Creek. On this site they will erect a building to be known as the Miami Beach Athletic Club. The entire proiect will cost approximately S500.000. The club will have a swimming pool, fully equipped gvmr.asium, size 40x60. handball courts, 1.000 lockers, steam cabinets, massage and sun rooms, an all-stainless steel kitchen, a banquet hall seating 500 guests, an outdoor dining terrace, a bar. television. "Liar's Den" for imaginative sportsmen and modem lounges for members and their guests. A maximum number of one thousand guests will be invited to belong to this organizal Cost of single membership will be $300 per year and $350 per year for married couples. There will be no initiation fees, hidden assessments or unexpected charges. In addition to the use of all the club's athletic facilities, each member will also be invited to avail himself of complimentary massages and rubdowns whenever desired. As a convenience to Miami Beach's many seasonal resident.-. associate memberships will be offered. The club will also offer guest memberships to members of outstanding athletic clubs throughout the country Jr, Hadassah To Sponsor Dance Final plans have been made for thc Midsummer Night's Dance which the Miami Bech gnii o other top-flight entertainment Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz, chairman of the affair, is being assisted b> Phyllis W.lpon. Lillian Aronson, Srlma Lewis, Florence MUCK&Na 3 omiSegal.Rh^aC in. Elaine Gordon and Shnleene Proceeds from the event will go to the Meier Shfeyah Or„ed Children's Village m Israel which is supported solelj bv Junior Hadassar. funds. Admission is 51.00 and tickets may be purchased at the door. Shown is Architect L. Murray Dixon's sketch of the bar *nd lounge of Miami Beach Athletic Club, to be erected at 67th St. and Indian Creek Dr. Konholz Kosher Moat Products Phone 48-0346 For Free Delivery Anywhere 2634 PONCE DE LEON (Cor. Ahneria Ave.) Exclusive for "999" Real Kosher—New York Gables Sisterhood To Meet Wednesday Night The Sisterhood of the First Jewish Congregation of Coral Gables will hold a meeting W.-dnesdav at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Anno Platt, 419 Blue Road. Coral Gables. Plans will be formulated for tl e first sisterhood tea to be held some time in August. Obituaries MRS. KATE GOLDEN .\,. •. il 121 S tt li J SI was k e Iw ul hi -1 %  -1 -l foll'itt'lns .i briel illness. A n he ha* II %  Mm eight yean Ini i %  frum 1'ittidiurgh He was ;i member ,.l the :. dge "f I'ltt^burgh and B'ual U'rlth in Miami. Sui \ %  ...!.. idi tils w Ifc, IJ %  • %  .-•• li a .%  n, %  ;• raid L Mliwu da ightreldeni .>t Juin i "'" of. "•'* at the?;„M „'' *hlch were Jhapel. Intermentwa/ta?"K Ho !" 'emetery. "** %  Mt. N ebo MORRIS BLATT mmwm xV t ^bSfcf i £& 'he IfuMiig ,,,„"' a member of g""n and Aruiur. *i '**' %  RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY Temple Israel (Reform). 137 N E 19th St. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Rabbi Emeritus. Hnhbath evening service t tM. Dr Kaplan II conduct the %  ervloea. Coral Gables Jewish Center S,'vices'discontinued until the fall Religious Congregation. N.W. eth St. 4064 Congregation Beth aJ thodox, 301-311 WuhiaS Miami Beach. RabbJ JJ cheloff. M, I Friday evening Hrtin .. Sabbath "ervlce at 8 n ,'' at :iS followed bv Ll n <„ RAbbl Mesrheloff Will ,nl ^51 Portion of the Week n?? !" from 9:00 to 12 00 noon Daily 'jTrVS: SaturdM morning at 9:00 '.. Temple Iah (Reform). 1065 Dade Blvd.. Miami Beach. Rabbi David Raab. Friday evening wrvlres at I.IB. I'li.i'i Raab :ii conduct the service lh eaer r n w on ..... nnUM | Hani ..li !•• %  .I''-., of the Kui.ii,. Hi. Babbatn A reception :ll follow, Miami Hebrew School and Congregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Berele Kelemer. Pi Iday evening at 6:45. Patunlaj morning at l:J0 a.m. Mlncha in in followed by Shabm Seiidoa. \ .,,! va. atlon until Augimt |3al rrvlcea at 7:80 l>">. and • i p.. Temple Emanu-El (Reform), 1801 S. Andrews Ave.. Fort Lauderdale. Dr. Marius Ranson. Rabbi. nr ev.nlng services at 8:00. Rabbi Ranaon will officiate, Congregation Beth El (Orthodox). 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer, Cantor Milton Friedman. Friday evening service* 6Sn. Sabbath m.'.nine service at <:30 a.m. lion at 1" %  m Mlncha I ,• JO followed by Shlo Seudoe. lially services a.m. and 8:80 p.m. Congregation Beth David (Conservative). 135 N.W. Third Ave. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. r evening servicea at T. ft o. Sabbath mori ng services al 8:80, Rabbi rantor Mamchea will of. ..'. Tiah B'a* servicea Wedneaday ai 7 i 1 in Israelite Center (General). 3346 S.W. 24th St. Dally services at 7 a.m. Friday night services at 8 p.m. Refreshments will be served Immediately following the services. Saturday n.or.ung services t %  :i in Congregation Keneseth Israel (Orthodox). 432 Espanola Way, Miami Beach. i" da %  evenlni si n i es :t 8:S0 p ni Saturday morning servioei at 9 a.m. .i at Ti p.m. fellow ed by Shalos Temple Beth Sholom (Liberal). 4144 Chase Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Frldi ... j v,, • M rvti e at S IS p II Congregation beth Tfilah (Orthodox). 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Friday evening service .a 6:4". p m. t Rabbi Rackovsky will speak o n the Choici of I., .ei. i phlp," Saturda al in. Rabbi Rai k. vakj win apeak >f the F i' here." fo|. ""' by Mlncha, Bhalos Beudoe and of P lestlnlan songs Manriv *'" '"How. 1 ervlcos al T 80 a m n Ml hna will be add:..-.-. d 1"„ '' %  l ; "' Bervlces at 1 no p.m. In Jewish burg Btouia Miami Beach Jewish Community Center (Conservative). 1701 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. I'' 1 1 nil • service si I IS Sat' %  %  servlci ,t n. ]> H ||v ,, .. i< J •"" and 8 Ifi PHI United Jewish Schools. North Campus. University of Miami. 1 ontlnued until fall — .... I(uun Jewish Community (CoruerTative). 2020 Pojv* Hollywood. Rabbi Max Kwk Friday evening servlee Rabbi Jnse„h T.l,,,,,,,,.,, J h N V. will Conduct the mmt?> deliver the se,,,,,,,. u ,. f *"*< I redtow the „rvlc. -.•, fc "\ l?" %  i m d Urln •" % %  srO wlnhlns a Mlnyan for v^* Ml t" call Hyman T.||, n f„'*" I II"' *"* Bottled and Diat. by SOUTHERN BEVERAGES 2055 N.W. Tth Av.nue. Miami V Phone 3-3121



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tY, JULY 29, 1949 of I the B. the and 1 ik Renamed licipal Judge d Frank was renamed as judge of municipal court i Beach at a meeting of council Friday. |on of Mr. and Mrs. Morris ik, 1032 West Ave., Miami jthe young judge attended (versity of Florida and rehis law degree from the ty of Miami in 1938. tered the Army in 1942 |Be from private to cap%  u ing the war he served Ho and a half years in the ,;. %  Burma-India Theatre. Fi BK, who is a native Miamian, %  ember of the Chamber of Co %  Jrce, Veterans of Foreign %  American Legion, Jewish %  Fetorans, Civic League of "%  Beach, Young Democrats, I •"". %  of directors of Congregation ^Bh Jacob, B. P. O. E. of M'ifiBBench. %  H same meeting Albert W. Sim^BA Miami Beach police iii Bom 1941 to 1947, was re.: %  ; %  • %  to that position. He will be v, %  in upon his return from Shj Sgan, Wis. I'lBjcouncil also renamed Tom F. %  Bth head of the city's conf and news bureaus but Daw revisions which create relations director, leason was again chosen ger of the Normandy Isle rse, but Art Friedman regimmy Bryson as manager ayshore course. rers Call Hoffman, owner of ^est Furniture Co., this nswered the call to supply mother with a crib for yTrial Of Dutch Official Opens AMSTERDAM, (JTA) — The trial of Capt. Willy Lages who is charged with responsibility for the mass deportation of 70,000 Dutch Jews during the Nazi ocS2*l f .uthe Neth "lands oppned here this week &f t,f h ^ 1 Iv J after the trial opened the defendant pleaded innocent, asserting that he had known nothing of the deportations. The presiding justice of the tribunal however read out a letter from 1943 to the effect that deportation of the Jews would mean their extermination. In the Netherlands parliament earlier, a proposal that the government refuse to permit the nomination of wholly non-Jewish foster organizations to serve as guardians for war orphans was rejected. The demand was made gy the Jewish Committee for Children which also complained to members of the parliament that the government commission responsible for the care of war orphans has disregarded the wishes of some of the parents of the children in the matter of conversion, and the commission is "hostile" to "religious and national aspiraBunche May End His Services LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)—The services of Dr. Ralph J. Bunche as U.N. acting Palestine mediator may be terminated this week when the Security Council receives his final report on the armistices concluded between Israel and the Arab states. Dr. Bunche considers his mission completed. This was announced by acting U.N. Secretary-General Byron Price at a press conference here. Mr. Price said he could not comment on the possibility that the Council may recruit Dr. Bunche to assist the Conciliation Commission in its efforts at Lausanne to achieve a permanent ArabIsraeli peace. Mr. Price added that it is hoped Dr. Bunche's report will be a stimulus to the Lausanne talks to "reach a final solution." tions of the Jews." Communist and Labor deputies proposed that Jews be appointed to the commission, but the government spokesmen refused. During the debate the Dutch Chief Rabbinate and Jewish communal organizations appealed to all deputies in behalf of the Jewish view. PAGE THIRTEEN Businessmen's Council Of Federation To Hold Outing At Probus Club August 10 The Businessmen's Council of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation will hold an outing at the Probus Club in Biscayne Bay on Wednesday, August 10, Samuel Rivkind, chairman of the council, has announced. Program will begin at 12:30 p.m. and boats will leave from various parts of Miami and Miami Beach for the affair. The annual meeting will follow luncheon. At that time election of officers will take place and an address on problems of special interest to businessmen will be given. Officers of the group, besides Rivkind, are Samuel T. Sapiro vice president, and Joseph Gardner, secretary. Nominating committee is composed of Joseph Lipton, chairman, Herbert E. Scher and Joseph Gardner. The Businessmen's Council is composed of top campaign leadership of Federation's trades unit. Purpose of the organization, which operates on a year-round basis, is to transmit information about Federation and its beneficary agencies to the community and in turn, to bring suggestions and advice from the community to the board of governors of Federation. Last year a fishing contest was won by I. S. Shapoff. This year Shiipoff is challenging all Isaak Waltons to a return match. Rivkind urges all members to attend the group's one big outdoor event of the year. He promises that there be no campaign activity and no solicitation of funds. Card Party Slated The Sisterhood of Temple Isaiah will hold a card and ah jong party Tuesday evening, August 16, at 8 o'clock at the Sorrento Hotel, Miami Beach, Mrs. Clara Mae Van Ness, president, has announced. In charge of arrangements for the affair are Mrs. J. J. Perlmutter, Mrs. Jack Brodsky and Ms. Arthur Kaplan. Prizes will be awarded and refreshments will be served. Admission is one dollar and guests are requested to bring cards and • mah jong sets. • %  • Mil .•-• • • • • LEGAL NOTICE ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW CE IS IIKREBV GIVEN that pi.-iKMcd, desiring to engage In under the fictitious name of Loan Office, also known as Luggage and Jewelry ComUO N. Miami Avenue. Mi* brlila, Intend to register said Mth the Clerk of the Circuit 7 Dade County, Florida. AKTIN L, RAIilNoWITZ and Vl'RICE ROBB1.NS P. 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PAGE FOURTEEN fjmlst n aptor_ raiDAY.JULYjj mhrn-unmrn CHASS:.-: IMNIMH NOW MAKES HIS IfflMUMJEN IN TNI U.S. THE LU^/ITCHER^JCB^-r.*~.* W NORMAN „d $OL f^ r.T iu MLV AGE N£ MS MMID NEAD 0* A L WWCUS %  KNOWN TO HIS tflHTlIKH ** AOMIMKS AS THE LUBAVlTCHEfs KltJt.HE WAS 60R IN THE RUSSIAN TOWN Of 10SAVIV t3 TTAK AW, THE SCION OF A CHA8SIWC fAKiW. IN 1906 HE WAS INSTRUMENTAL IN HAVING INFIUENTIAL CIRCUS AHLOAD HALT AKTI %  JEWISH FOGROMS TAKING PLACE INCZAKIST RUSSIA. IN w MI Mii rWfWSONtO !Y THE SOVIET POUCE AMI Ma MKiiri AUA* LATER HC CAME TOTNE US IN IW TOTAKI Uf FIRMANENT RESIDENCE IN BROOKLYN, NY TEN YEARS IAHR HE BECAME AN MEXICAN CITIZEN. IJ^A -< WHEN HE VISITED THE U S IN !M9 HE WAS RECEIVED 6Y PRESIDENT HOO'/ER AT THE WHITE MUSE.HE LATER RETURNED TO EUROPE 1 TO CONTINUE HIS R[i.I&IO'JS ACTIVITIES. NOW INFIRM,HC STIll CONTINUES TO CUIPE THE NETWORK Of YESIHVOTH HE HAS ESTABLISHED THROUGHOUT THE WORLD ( %  ables Station Airs Intor-Group Relations Series Geraldine Fitzgerald. Raymond Massey, Melvyn Douglas. Vera Zorina. Ralph Bellamy and other top-flight stars will be heard in the new series of fifteen-minute dramatic programs "Lest We Forget—Stories to Remember,'' designed to promote better intercroup understanding, over station WVCG Coral Gables, every Saturday at 6 p.m. The dramatic transcriptions will be immediately followed by fifteen-minute live panel discussions, in which the participants will be civic leaders, educators, ministers, and other residents of the Greater Miami area. Cooperating with station WVCG in the arrangements for the broadcasting of this series is. Coral Gables Lodge, B'nai B'rith, whose committee is headed by Edgar Miller, lodge ADL chairman, and Dr. Leonard Glickstein. Produced by the Institute for Democratic Education, with which the Anti Defamation League works in close cooperation, the thirteen programs in this series come directly to grips with the problem of prejudice and discrimination. "The Outcasts," starring Ralph Bellamy, noted stage and screen actor, has been selected for the program tomorrow evening. Participants in the panel discussion following the broadcast will be: Dr. Jess Spirer, coordinator of the University Guidance Center, University of Miami, who will serve as moderator: William L. Pallot. Coral Gables attorney; Herbert Gelernter. president of Coral Gables Jewish Center: Lewis Edwards, Coral Gables realtor. "Stories to Remember." the 12th "Lest We Forget" series of fifteen-minute transcribed dramatic programs, is devoted to problems of inter-group tensions in the united States as viewed by MacKinley Kantor, Dorothy Canfield Fisher, Irwin Shaw, George and Helen Papashivly. B. J. Chute, Carl Glick and other outstanding American writers. Each of the stories included in the series has appeared in such national publications as Reader's Digest. Saturday Evening Post. New Yorker Magazine. Colhc:'.-. Mademoiselle, Seventeen and the Woman's Home Companion. Subsequent programs in the series will include "Rosika, the Rose," starring Vera Zorina: "My Little Boy," starring Melvyn Douglas; "Yes, Your Honesty," starring Stefan Schnabel: "Seasoned Timber," starring Raymond Massey; "Birthday Gift," starring Hugh Marlowe; "That Greek Dog," starring Everett Sloane; "There Isn't Time Now," starring Bambi Linn; "Act of Faith." starring Alan Baxter; "My Song, Yankee Doodle," starring Helen Claire; "Watch That Play, Little Man," starring Jav Jostyn; and 'Bonus Notches, Pal," starring Betty Garde. Hurewitz Unveiling The unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Mrs. Anna Hurewitz, wifi ol Nathan Hurewitz, mother of Sam W. Shapiro. Dr. Arthur Shapiro. Hi :bert Hurewitz ;.nd Mrs. Lillian Sorin. will take place Sunday at 11 a.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. Relatives and friends ore asked to be present. Kadimah Club To Hold Dance Plans have been completed for the second annual summer dance of the Kadimah Club of Pioneer Women, to be held tomorrow evening at the Ritz Plaza Hotel, 17th St. and Collins Ave., Miami Beach. San Kanez orchestra will provide music for dancing. Highlight of the evening will be dance contests. Chairman of the event is Mis Michael Fiedler, who is being assisted by Mrs. Sam Margarettcn, co-chairman. THE CHOW PLACE OF THE CAROLINA.* LAKESIDE I \ \ O" Lake 0eeola In The Blue Ridge Mountain COOL — COOL You'll uie blankets every night EVERY ROOM PRIVATE BATH EXCELLENT FOOD w""fn.ng 1 oit.n,.F„hine.Oolf.R.din 9 Scenic Tour.. Socal Director Dick Sachsel. Mgr. Hendersonville. N. C. The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association Participating agency of the Greater Miami i... I.I -, information in the fieljTof SltaSfftE 2L 2£ v ,h taintd by calling our Director Rabb iJo-nK ? %  £* ? b 818 Michigan Arenue. f&FSUH&Z SBST** Miami Beseh. Phone 5-3595 HARRY SIRKIN, Pre.. „ firtrtw „ A. M. BEAR, Vica Prei. ?* ??2S N Sec *S. LOBEL, Trtai. Polacoff Memorial The unveiling of a memorial marker to the memorv of the late Abraham Polacoff. took place Sunday. July ?4 at Mt. Nebo Cemetery, Gordon Monument Co. was in charge of arrangements. Jaeubson Speaks On Station W.MIE Charles R. Jacobson, executive director of the B'nai B'rith Council of On ater Miami, completed a on


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LY, JULY 29, 1949 N m Day Slated August 20,21 la Day—Miami Beach's conIon to a firmer Pan Ameririendship—has been slated weekend of August 20. C. Kimball, chairman of Bmmittee, announced today election of the Versailles as the scene of the official |tion party for delegates and to take place at S p.m., iy, August 21. Leonard H. nan will represent the own[the Versailles Hotel at the ny Cuban dignitaries, includfrO-year-old Dona Mercedes de Leon, direct descendant Spanish explorer and diser of Florida, as well as 3r Claude Pepper, Governor Warren and Mayor Harold will be on hand, lural portrait called "Bridge ..:^fcon(i.-hip" will be presented ^rlos Prio Socarras, president pba, by the Versailles Hotel, i expression of good will. The |ng is the work of Artist Bob of Miami Beach. facials and their guests will resented on the Versailles sion show that evening be9 and 9:30. Eests to the cocktail party will Ivited by invitation only. +Jewish Ihrtdlan PAGE FIFTEEN Lde Blood Bank tains Workers Dade County Blood Bank %  onducting the first formal |ing for blood bank techniin the country. Wt e program may become a tl for others at laboratories hospitals throughout the try, Dr. John Elliott, director bank, said, for the school | is the first in a move by the rican Association of Blood Is to develop a system of Ified training schools.. Ith blood banks multiplying llv—there are already over |n this country—the need for Jicians is acute. Dr. Elliott pined. "The work of blood has become so comprepve that it is no longer possilcarn techiques in a matter ireeks," he continued, "the has now become a minor leal specialty." >e first class at the Dade kty institution includes medi[ students, graduate nurses, licians. They will receive a e-months course, which will Mr six hours of practical and two hours of lectures he initial class is composed of students from four states. „ M&EP Harold Turk of Miami Beach and Dr. Donald Michelion. Hillel director at the Univer.ity Alumiir* JZ2E*£r2& aMO at member* of Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity by the Greater Miami H !" ". -I % K 1 the .35 ou P S un dy. July 17. at Alan Gale'i Celebrity Club, Miami Beach. Pic?E£*&*3S£*&J&S&^ l £'*2 m ceremonies are (1. to r.) Beach Councilman f ..?. L" J, r T Urlt S r : M"****". Theodore J. Sakowitx, president of the alumni group; BSSrS£Ti an ^ T l w am „ Ede i 8t ^ the who i*WpW in 'he ceremonies were Dr. Joseph A?ET.M T ^ eonard T ob.n.MRSay.r. Judge Albert Dubbin, Aaron Kanner, Dr. Herman Meyer. iaini Masada lects Leaders krold Herman was recently ed president of the Miami ^da. Upon election, Herman a statement that he would irerything possible to build up [organization. He announced there would be "lots of is, interesting educational jffial, good fellowship." ^ers elected to office were our Hinkes, vice president; Miller, corresponding sec'; Faith Alexander, recordsecretary; Louis Fine, treastmbership is open to young Be between the ages of 18 [30 Anyone wishing further piation is requested to call Tian at 2-1761 or Miss Miller S-2889 Beach Y Buzzing Baring Summer Among the summer activities at the Miami Beach Y are the Masque Players, a teen age dramatics group, which is under the direction of Mrs. Lillian Fox. The organization recently presented "Out of the Fryisg Pan." Also on the summer schedule, according to Mrs. Carl Susskind, chairman of the program council, are the Tuesday night skating sessions and the Sunday night dances for young adults. A new feature which has recently been added to the Y program is the weekly swim dance for teen agers, which will be held every Monday night at the Albion Hotel Pool. Admission to members of the Y is 35 cents and to non-members 50 cents. Active during the summer also is the Golden Age Club, which is designed to meet the needs of men and women over 50. The organization meets every Sunday afternoon at 2 p.m. The Sunday program consists of a business meeting, social activities, refreshments and dancing. During the week the Golden Age activities include a choral group, English classes for beginners, music hours. Need Help in %  Hurry?—Call A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE Whit* and Colored Help Phone* 9-6J17 — l-727 •1 N. E. 5th Street AL MEIDENBERO, Owner LISTEN TO THE CULTURAL JEWISH FORUM RADIO HOUR EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT FROM 8 TO 9 P.M. OVER STATION WWPB 1450 on the Dial Directed and Announced by MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Wholesale and Retail Grade A Pulverized and Processed Muck and Marl Any Mixture Bitter Blue Sod SoU and Fill of Any Kind Phono 4-0335 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace EDDIE ALPER SIMON SEIDEN orris troth ers I WANT MY MILK Essen Construction Co, 2052 N.W. 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PAGE SIXTEEN A Page Of Miami Jewish History Editor*! Note: Mr. Bchelnbmi I* a P'onMr i.-M^m "f na '''': having arrived h.-i> ... September IS. K'l<< He w.ts oig.mw and first president of the Jewish Social Service Bureau, known MtWM rime as the Cnlt.-.l Jewish Aid. and held this office for pn *•": He al.M. -e; ved :is president of B'nal B'rith and was active in numerous othei civic, religious and fraternal organizations. By PINCUS SCHEINBERG On the night of September 17, 1926, Kol Nidxe night and continuing until midday of the 18th of September, 1926, a terrific hurricane came out of the Carribean and struck Miami causing millions of dollars of damage and the loss of a great many lives. Most of the population that resided here did not know how to prepare themselves to meet this emergency as it was new to them. Relief organizations were set up throughout the city by the local Red Cross to take care of those who were hit and those whose homes and properties were destroyed. The Jewish population at that time was no exception and a cry came forward from a large part of the Jewry that most of their possessions were wiped out and needed immediate help to maintain life. While a Jewish desk was set up in the office of the Red Cross to take care of the emergency, it was not a true representation of the Jewish population. A meeting was called by a leader of the Jewish people at that time and was held at the Gralyn Hotel to see what could be done for those in distress. The local Jewish Relief Agency in existence at that time and known as the United Jewish Aid Committee did not have the facilities nor were they capable of handling this particular situation. A committee was. organized known as the Jewish Rehabilitation Committee and elected for its president the late Daniel Cromer; D. J. Apte as vice president; Isidor Cohen as cashier, and Abe Aronovitz as secretaryI was elected President of the investigation and disbursement committee, with the responsibility of collecting funds, investigating cases and the disbursement of funds. The committee was large and consisted of representatives from all sections of the Jewish community. At that time there existed friction between the Orthodox and Rrform people of this city. mittee as it sees fit. That sum of money was received within three days. In the meantime the requests for help were tremendous and the amount of money we had available was not sufficient. We started out with plans to collect additional funds. We succeeded in collecting from the Miami Jewish population about $5,500 and from outside Miami we collected $16.000. This outside money came from wholesalers who did business with Miami merchants and their response was commendable. We raised a total sum of over $26,000. The machine was set in motion by moving the United Jewish Aid office and its social worker, a very capable young woman. Miss Ann Saltzman. to the insurance offices of Charles Tobin on the first floor of the Seybold Building facing Flagler St. Mr Tobin gave us a large space and cooperated with us in every way so as to make it possible for us to do this job efficiently as large groups of people and committees were coming and going daily from 10 to 12 hours for a period of eight weeks. The committee did its best under the circumstances to help those in need. We had the assistance of banks and certain agencies so we could have proper information as to who needed help and vice versa. The committees that did the investigating were double checked by another committee so that no mistakes or favoritism would pre> ie*HHkrkikU> Mendelsohns Lease Cart Fisher Estate The Carl Fisher Estate, famed Miami Beach landmark at No. 2 Lincoln Road, has been leased for a period of ten years to the BOward Mendelsohn Restaurant Companv by Malone Properties. Thh landmark of Miami Beach s golden era will be opened on Thanksgiving Dav as a modern restaurant by the Mendelsohn familv. In signing the lease, the restaurateurs, who are internationally known for their fine food, feel that they are satisfying a long-felt need for a catering establishment to take care of banquets and affairs of any type and ; ji, c x!., y hr.s announce that thev will be able to serve 60n guests on the premises. Facilities will be provided for pnvate parties and outside catering of iny Magnitude. Morris Schneider of Fred Schneider & Co., realtors, and Louis Chase and Ed Pifer, brokers, handled the transactioi FRIDAY, JULYDade Red Cress Notified About Disaster Nurses The Dade County Red Cross has been notified by its national headquarters to be prepared for a possible emergency recruitment of disaster nurses to serve in sections of the county where a need might develop. To meet emergency nursing needs in several areas of the country which have been affected by polio, 12 Red Cross chapters in the Southeastern Area have recruited polio nurses in the past few weeks. William Silverstein, co-owner of the oceanfront SIJI Hotel on Miami Beach, here welcomes to the Sagamore the I O. Bordleys of Baltimore. Md. Top prise in the jackpot wo. Bordley on a television mystery quix was a two-week luxury l tion at the Sagamore Hotel. The Bordleys were also greeted! arrival in Miami by Martin Levine, the Sagamore's execua manager. we had distributed $24,500 an i the balance of the money left over, approximately $2,000 was turned over to the United Jewish Aid in the year 1927. I was at that time able to reconciliate with the assistance of D. J. Apt the Carnival Date Set T < new Beth David site on S.W. 3rd Ave. between 26th and 27th Roads will be the scene of an all dav carnival to be held by the Beth David Sister-cmJ Sunday, August 28, accordm| an announcement by Mrs. Gordon, president. Mrs. Albert Lasko has named chairman of the aflatl "warring" groups of the rcvail. A very large group of menjligious factions in changing the participated and I do not recoi-lname from the United Jewish lect all the names but there were Aid to the Jewish Welfare Bua few who stand out in my mind who did their work sincerelv and efficiently. One was the late J. The problem of raising funds to Louis Shochet, founder of Tri take care of this emergency was our "biggest headache" as a large section of the Jewish population of Miami was badly affected and we could not expect too much help from them. The committee set out to work led by myself with the able assistance of D. J. Apte to begin its test. A wire was sent to the national secretary of the B'nai B'rith who at that time was Dr. Boris Bogen who had vast experience in this phase of work due to the fact that he worked with ex-President Hoover in distributing relief in Europe after the 1st World War when Hoover was relief administrator. Dr. Bogen came to Miami on the 21st day of September. 1926 We immediately had a conference with him. Upon looking over the situation here he recognized the fact that while the Red Cross was doing an excellent job for the general population, it could not fulfill the needs that were required by all, especially bv the Jewish population. We had at that time a special Jewish problem. Dr. Bogen promised $5,000 immediately from the national office of the B'nai B'rith requesting wii u' S l U, 2 u be u-, used by the Murray Alstee. local Jewish Rehabilitation ComJewish Floridian. The large group of others are all too numerous to mention. We also had the assistance of the rabbis who were elected honorary presidents of this organization. I must particularly mention the sincere and efficient work of D. J. Apte in helping to collect those funds and I must say that his assistance was very valuable in helping to carry on the work of the committee "successfully. During a period of eight weeks some of the committee devoted their full business time neglecting their own affairs to make this task a successful undertaking. I must especially mention the social worker of the United Jewish Aid who became the mainstay for the committee, Miss Ann Saltzman. Long hours and hard work did not phase her. At times •she worked fifteen hours daily and I had to plead with her to take a rest and devote some tim for her own needs. I must also mention Isidor Cohen who was cooperative as the treasurer. He also gave a good bit of his time. The rabbis at that time were Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan and Dr. reau. A little booklet was printed after the committee dissolved giving the names of all the donors and distributions made (by number) and to my sorrow, it was lost in the office of the Jewish Welfare Bureau after Miss Saltzman left here. AUTO LOCK & HARDWARE 1304 N. E. 2nd Arenue Phone 9-3144 Sales and Service AUTO LOCKS SPEEDOMETERS WINDSHIELD WIPERS AUTO GLASS 4 PARTS SUN VISORS SPOT LIGHTS J. A. NILON J. P. NILON After eight weeks of hard work ROSELLE HOTEL 635 EUCLID AVE. 41 room hotel furni.hed. Full ,al e pric. SJ95.O00, or will lea e for 3 at $350 per room per year. -. i years W. I. FEUER 235 Lincoln Road FEUER & EISENSTEIN. 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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
July 29, 1949

Subjects

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

Notes

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>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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University of Florida
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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l^viisltUEIIiDipidliiaun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
IME 22NUMBER 30
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 29, 1949
PRICE TEN CENTS
ael and Syria Conclude Armistice
geement, Moshe Sharett Reveals
it Treaty With Arab States Is Signed.
lotiations Take Six Months, One Week
AVIV, (JTA)Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett this
formally announced in the Knesset that Syria and Israel
concluded an armistice agreement. He emphasized the
tance of the pact, both from a political and strategic point
w and noted that this was the last armistice treaty to be
with the Arab states which ,......
pnately neighborly relations with
Israel.
red Israel last year.
took six months and one
for securing the whole
of these agreements," Mr.
tt stated. He pointed out that
egotiations with Syria alone
red 20 meetings, involving
difficulties arising from
ry and geo-political prob-
I Military issues were raised
[the Syrian negotiators, he
1, because only the Sy-
Irmy succeeded in holding
territory wrested in battle.
fblems of a geo-political na-
irere raised at the negotia-
vith the Syrians, Mr. Sharett
iued, because the Syrians
Bed a territorial strip along
fs northern frontier extend-
pross a waterline which pre-
was in Israeli territory
tue of the former interna-
boundary. Israel's armistice
lators steadfastly refused to
ain the Syrian claim of
territory beyond the
line area, the Foreign Minis-
atc-d. and the Syrians finally
of the difficulties prevent-
conclusion of an armistice
nent with Syria much earl-
Bted in the influence of cer-
Joreign countries which led
/rians to proffer "irreduci-
|laims," the Israeli Foreign
Iter reported to the Knesset.
I appeared at a certain stage
I the Israeli-Syrian negotia-
vould definitely be severed,"
"but thanks to the inter-
im of Dr. Ralph J. Bunche,
(acting mediator for Pales-
i understood our point,
/ithdrawal of the Syrian
from Israeli territory was
obtained with a compensa-
guarantee that the Israeli
would not advance into the
kated area."
fiu's decision, he continued,
obviously propelled by her
not to defy the world au-
with its obvious conse-
. Mr. Sharett expressed
ope that Syria will now seek
tublish peaceful and appro-
\ Week To
|gin Tomorrow
commemoration of the Eve
Fast of the 9th of Av and
3'av which fall on August
4, the week starting to-
Dw will be dedicated to Is-
I and the Jewish National
[all synagogues where serv-
|are held, appeals will be
by rabbis who are here or
[representatives for contribu-
te the various activities of
of land and insertion of
in the Sefer Hamedinah
Jolden Book.
winning tomorrow evening
als will also be made on all
lh radio programs. Harold
|ro, chairman of the Greater
li JNF, will speak over sta-
[WWPB on Simon Seiden's
ram tomorrow night at 8
fck. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff,
chairman of JNF, will broad-
over WITT on Jacob
fchter's Jewish Musical Hour
ay morning at 10 o'clock. On
ame day at 12 noon Samuel
erman, honorary chairman
JNF, will speak during
Nasatir's program over
?n WINZ. Other speakers
appear throughout the week
"7TTT and WINZ.
He paid tribute to the
patience and skill of the United
Nations representatives who were
directly involved in the achieve-
ment of the armistice.
Release of an annex to the Is-
raeli-Syrian armistice agreement
revealed that the demilitarized
area between the two nations, as
well as troops in the immediate
vicinity, will be effectively de-
mobilized. The annex stipulates
that neither side's defense force
in the region may exceed 2,000
troops, bearing small arms only.
All effective fighting armament
armor, tanks, armored cars, air
and water craftare excluded
from the sector.
The Israeli-Syrian armistice
agreement provides that all Sy-
rian troops must retreat from the
strong military positions they
held inside Palestine, including
the strategic Mishmar Hayarden
settlement and Ein Geb and Dar-
dara. south of Lake Tiberias. This
amounts to compliance with Is-
raeli demands that all Syrian
troops be removed from Palestine
soil.
As a compromise, these strate-
gic positions affecting the vital
water area of the Jordan River
and Lake Tiberias will be demili-
tarized under United Nations
supervision along an armistice
frontier which follows the inter-
national Syrian-Palestine border.
The ceremony of signing the
armistice was witnessed by Henri
Vigier, political adviser to the
United Nations acting mediator
for Palestine, and Brig. Gen. Wil-
liam Riley, chief of staff of the
truce supervision organization. A
mixed armistice commission com-
posed of two Israelis, two Syrians
and a chairman, who will be Gen.
Riley or a senior member of his
staff designated by him, will sup-
ervise enforcement of the armis-
tice conditions. The commission
will have authority to empower
the return of civilians to the de-
militarized zones and the employ-
ment of limited numbers of local-
ly recruited civilian police for se-
curity purposes.
The armistice terms specify
recognition of the principle that
there should be no military or
political advantage gained as a
result of the agreement and that
no provision of the agreement
should prejudice the rights, claims
and positions of either party in
the ultimate peaceful settlement
of the Palestine question. The
armistice agreement also provides
for the exchange of prisoners un-
der supervision of the armistice
commission. About 30 Israeli and
60 Arab prisoners are involved.
Miamicm To Build Hotel
On Tel Aviv Seashore
MIAMI, (JTA)A $3,000,000,
200-room luxury hotel will be
built on Tel Aviv's seashore by
Leon Ell, hotel owner and Zionist
leader here, it was reported this
week. Mr. Ell will leave for Is-
rael in September to begin con-
struction of the hotel, which will
be financed by American, British
and South African businessmen,
the report said.
Move For Recognition
Of Red Mogen Dovid
Defeated by Red Cross
GENEVA, (JTA)An Israeli resolution to extend International
Red Cross recognition to the emblem of the Red Mogen
Dovld was defeated here this week at the Red Cross conference
here which is redrafting the Geneva Convention for the pro-
tection of civilians in wartime. The vote was 22-21, with seven
abstentions.
Red Cross president Dr. Paul
Ruegger and the Swiss and Sy-
rian delegates argued aganst re-
cognition, while the French, Ar-
Palestine Issue
Omitted From
l.Y. Agenda
LAKE SUCCESS. (JTA) A
general settlement of the peace
in Palestine is omitted from the
provisional agenda of the forth-
coming session of the United
Nations General Assembly
which was released here this
week. The session opens Sept.
20 at Flushing Meadow.
The agenda reveals that there
will be a discussion of the in-
ternationalization of Jerusalem,
the protection of the Holy
Places and assistance to the
Palestine Arab refugees. Other
items of major interest to Jews
on the provisional listing axe
the conversion of the genocide
convention into international
law and the conversion of the
human rights declaration into
an international covenant
Committee for Aged Care
Organized by Federation
Culminating an exhaustive in-
quiry into the problems confront-
ing the Jewish aged living in
Dade County, anouncement was
made this week by Morris Klass,
executive director of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, of the
formation of a committee on aged
care for the purpose of planning
a community program of activi-
ties for the older residents in the
county. At present the following
Jewish agencies have programs,
which in one way or another re-
late to the care of the aged: Jew-
ish Home for the Aeed, Bureau
of Jewish Education, Jewish
Social Bureau, Town and Beach
YM & WHA, Mt. Sinai Hospital^
and the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation.
Herbert E. Scher, a Federation
vice president, was elected chair-
man of the committee. Other
members are Leo Allen and Judge
Harold B. Spaet, representing the
Jewish Home for the Aged; Abe
Cannes and Mrs. Alexander
Steibel, Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion; Ruth Shaefer, Jewish Social
Service Bureau; Maurice Grass-
man, Sydell Seidman and Leon
Kaplan, Town Y; Shirley Miller,
Harry Zukernick and Mrs. Her-
man Barnett, Beach Y; Samuel
Gertner, Lionel Silverman and
Harry Sirkin, Mt. Sinai Hospital;
Morris Klass and Mrs. Stanley C.
Myers, Federation; Stanley C.
Myers and William D. Singer, ex
officio.
The committee, it is planned,
will study present and future
composition of the growing num-
ber of elderly Jewish residents of
committee grew out of a decision
made by the executive committee
of the Federation last year to
make a thorough study of the
problems confronting the aged
in this area. The job of conduct-
ing this survey was assigned to
the Federation's committee on
community planning, headed by
Stanley C. Myers.
While the survey has not yet
been completed, one of its pre-
liminary recommendations, call-
ing for the coordination of activi-
ties in the aged care field, has
come to fruition in the formation
of this new committee, Mr. Klass
pointed out.
Soviet Envoy
Calls On Sharett
TEL AVIV, (JTA)The Soviet
Charge d'Affaires here this week
called on Israeli Foreign Minister
Moshe Sharett and discussed a
number of questions with him. An
official communique issued later
by the Ministry said that the dis-
cussion concerned only "routine
matters."
Brig. Gen. William E. Riley and
Henri Vigier, military and civil-
ian aides, respectively, to U.N.
acting mediator Dr. Ralph J.
Bunche, dined here with Foreign
Minister Moshe Sharett. Mr.
Vigier, whose mission in Palestine
has been completed now that all
the Arab states have armistice
agreements with Israel, bade the
Israeli Foreign Minister farewell.
Gershon Hirsch, who is current-
ly in Lausanne as a member of
the Israeli delegation to the Arab-
Israeli peace talks, will shortly
return to Tel Aviv to resume his
duties as acting head of the West-
ern European Division of the For-
eign Ministry, it was learned this
week. He will be relieved at the
U.N. peace parley by Tuvia ArazL
of the Middle East Division of
the Ministry.
Lehrman Assails Cardinal Spellman's
Attack On Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt
LAKE PLACID, N. Y., (JTA>Former Gov. Herbert H. Lehman
this week declared that he was "shocked" at an attack by
Francis Cardinal Spellman on Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt for op-
posing Federal aid to parochial schools. The text of Gov.
Lehman's statement follows:
I do not know of a single act or
word that would in the slightest
degree indicate bias or prejudice
against any religion or any race.
"Her whole life has been dedi-
cated to a constant fight for toler-
ance and brotherhood of men as
children of one God. She will, I
am confident, retain the trust and
the affection of all peoples ir-
respective of creed or race.
"I am deeply shocked at the
attack of Cardinal Spellman on
Dade County and will develop a Mrs. Roosevelt. I strongly believe,
express his or her views on public
issues without being subjected to
the accusation of being against
any religion or any race.
"The issue is not whether one
agrees or disagrees with Mrs.
Roosevelt on this or any other
public question. The issue is
whether Americans are entitled
freely to express their views on
public questions without being
villified or accused of religious
bias.
"Mrs. Roosevelt has been a pub-
gentine and Israeli representa-
tives favored the motion. The Is-
raeli repersentative pointed to the
precedent set in 1929 when the
Red Cross extended recognition
to the Moslem Red Crescent and
the Iranian Lion and added that
non-recognition of .the Red Mogen
Dovid left its institutions and per-
sonnel open to being fired upon
by the armed forces of the na-
tions surrounding the Jewish
state.
The Israelis withdrew a request
for a roll call vote on the issue,
when the Australian representa-
tive charged that the request was
made to apply pressure on those
who voted negatively or ab-
stained. The Israeli spokesman
retorted that pressure was being
exerted in this instance but not
by Israel. It has been learned here
that Britain has been lobbying
against recognition of the Jewish
embem. It is considered possible
that Israel will sign the new con-
vention with certain reservations.
Israel, Syria Trade
Prisoners Of War
TEL AVIV, (JTA)An em
change of all war prisoners be-
gan this week between Israel and
Syria following the signing of the
armistice pact between the two
countries.
Thirty-two Israelis, including
two women, who had been held
in Syria as prisoners of war were
brought to the border and turned
over to the Israeli authorities.
They were blindfolded with hand-
kerchiefs by the Syrian military
authorities for security reasons.
Sixty Syrian war prisoners held
by Israel will be brought to the
Syrian frontier for return to their
homes.
Most Israeli government offi-
cials were hopeful that signing
of the armistice agreement with
Syria will speed up the final
peace treaties with the Arab
states.
The Syrian agreement is inter-
preted as implying acceptance
and recognition of the existence of
Israel by all its Arab neighbors.
This feeling exists despite the
provision in the Syrian armistice
pact, which is not in any of the
other three, that "arrangements
for the armistice demarcation line
are not to be interpreted as hav-
ing any relations whatsoever to
ultimate territorial agreements."
In any case, the boundaries set
forth in all four armistice agree-
ments enjoy international sanc-
tion of one kind or another. Ac-
cordingly, it is felt here that the
agreements represent a means of
transition from armistice to final
peace. The United Nations Pal-
estine Conciliation Commission
now resuming its sessions at
Lausanne may be able to use
them effectively to facilitate a
permanent peace settlement, it is
believed here.
county-wide program to take care as I have always believed, that Up figure for twenty-five years. -
of their needs. I in our American democracy every Her every act has been a matter French Jews to Naz" death camns
Mr. Klass revealed that the responsible citizen is entitled to of record. In that splendid record I in Poland, amps
Nazi Envoy Sentenced
By French Court
PARIS, (JTA) Otto Abetz,
former Nazi envoy to the Vichy
government, this week signed an
appeal against a 20-year sentence
meted out to him by a French
military tribunal here following
his conviction on war crimes
charges including responsibility
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PAGE THREE
letters To The Editor
ttements False
ie Editor
Jewish Floridian
read the article by Harry
Dnhoff in "our last issue of
lay, July 22, 1949. Of course,
low that the returned Israeli
rans want jobsbut they
It neither Mr. Simonhoff nor
one else to take advantage of'
circumstances by resorting
the publication orally or in
ting of grossly untrue facts in
er to satisfy his own personal
gms and motivations. I am
ticularly shocked at the false
ement and insinuations di-
|ed at the present chairman of
local Zionist Emergency
faciL The quotation attributed
nm is false and I know that
one of them ever made such
Statement to Mr. Simonhoff.
By deny it. As a matter of rec-
J, I. R. Goodman is the only
person who did get jobs for
of the boys, one of which is a
fy highly remunerative position
[the Ordinance Department of
Israeli Army. His application
originally turned down by
Israeli Consular office and
emergency chairman secured
position for him by going
er the head of the consul and
aling directly with the Israeli
Jbassador to Washington. The
is now on the job in Israel,
rtainly, Mr. Simonhoff should
ire mentioned this instead of
|tting himself and bragging
out a job for an aviator which
as never deliveredsimply a lot
talka job which would have
en accepted by said aviator
Ith open arms.
|Mr. Simonhoff mentioned that
rtain Jewish groups in this
Immunity failed to "wine and
Tie" the veterans with public
lebrations. Use SICHEL Mr.
Imonhoff! This is something
at they seriously objected to
iren though it was offered to
em, for obvious dangerous rca-
bns both to them and to Israel,
fhich reasons still exist.
] Two of the people mentioned
br their efforts on their behaif
Mr. Simonhoff's article awak-
led only after the boys threat-
led to expose them for certain
ifair tactics and statements that
liey made and used in a very
ecent election campaign on the
each.
Yes, Mr. Simonhoff, the Israeli
Veterans are bitter on many scores
?ut not at all in the way you de-
cribe it. Only on one point do
hey agree with youthey want
obs and need them desperately,
hey know that personal vilifica-
tion, untruths, slurs, and attacks
on existing agencies, the Zionist1:,
Jadassah, Pioneer Women, Youth
JroUps, Baron de Hirsch Fund,
fcnd the Zionist Emergency Coun-
cil will not get jobs. When you
esort to such tactics, MR. SI-
IONHOFF, YOU SHAME AND
HtGRACE THE ISRAELI VET-
ERANS!
Again, the chairman of the
Cionist Emergency Council is the
>nly source of the two jobs that
yere secured for the fighters and
be has been constantly working
in their behalf since their ar-
rival. In addition, a committee
from the Zionist Council is now
jnd has been on the job trying
Jheir utmost to help them.
I deplore, as do all other people
ff our community, the fact that
fr. Simonhoff will continue his
lalicious and slanderous attacks
>n the Zionist Council with in-
decency and no regard for the
truth as long as he doesn't head
it and is not one of its members.
Mr. Simonhoff has always
claimed to have gotten his dis-
torted information from certain
two people on the council. They
deny it. Who is telling the truth?
It is a pity that Harry Simon-
hoff has to feel that his contribu-
tion to the community is so lack-
ing that he has to brag about a
job for an aviator which he hasn't
delivered.
Sincerely yours,
MRS. JOSEPH CARP.
Excellent
Mr. Fred K. Shochet, Editor
The Jewish Floridian
I would like to take this oppor-
tunity to commend you and The
Jewish Floridian for your ex-
cellent coverage in the July 22
issue of the movement to curb
the Ku Klux Klan in our state.
I am confident that your splen-
did news articles, and forthright
editorial appearing in this issue
should prove most valuable in
the current campaign to alert
public opinion in support of
strong legislative action working
towards the effectuation of Gov-
ernor Warren's January declara-
tion that the Klan in Florida must
be eliminated.
GILBERT J. BALKIN.
Hadassah Unit Holds Tea
Miami Division of the Business
and Professional Women's of Ha-
dassah held a Youth Aliyah
tea at the home of Mrs. Philip
Delman, 6457 S.W. 16th St., last
week. Guest speaker was Mrs.
David Sernaker.
Beach Girls
Attend Meet
In Tallahassee
Marilyn Wagener and Joan
Louise Osheroff, members of the
junior class of Miami Beach High
School, represented the school at
the Girls' State of Seminole re-
cently held in Tallahassee. Mari-
lyn was sponsored by the Miami
Beach Lions Club and Joan at-
tended under the sponsorship of
Miami Beach "nit 85 of the
American Legion Auxiliary.
At the meet, which is designed
to acquaint high school leaders
with the way in which the gov-
ernment operates. Marilyn was
elected to the city commission
and served as county superin-
tendent of public instruction. Joan
held the office of mayor of her
city as well as that of county
commissioner.
Each morning of the conclave,
the girls report, they attended
three-hour sessions in the cham-
ber of the House of Representa-
tives in the state capital. At these
sessions they heard various speak-
ers explain the departments of
the government and the functions
of each. Among the speakers were
Howe Sadler, director of state ad-
vertising; Frank S. Wright, as-
sistant to the governor; Mrs.
Claude Pepper; Thomas D. Bailey,
superintendent of public instruc-
tion; Dr. Broward Culpepper,
dean of student welfare; Judge
Paul D. Barns; R. A. Gray, secre-
tary of state; Senator Leroy Col-
lins.
Highlight of the week was the
inaugural ball at the American
Legion Home in Tallahassee, the
girls say. ___________
Mrs. Lena Mintzes, Moaizat Hapoalot chairman of Pioneer
Women's Club No. Two of Miami Beach, second from left, was
honored at the organization's national convention recently held in
Philadelphia. The Moatzat Hapoalot, Pioneer Women's sister
group in Israel, builds and maintains children's homes in the Jew-
ish state. Through the efforts of Club No. Two, sparked by Mrs.
Mintzes, a room in one of these homes was recently completed. In
recognition of this work, Mrs. Mintzes was awarded a certificate
and the key to the room. In the photo, Mrs. Mintzes is shown giv-
ing the key and scroll to Mrs. Rosemary Gerson Kaplan, president
of the Pioneer Women's Council of Greater Miami. Also pictured
are Mrs. Celia Rubin, chairman of Club No. Two's Child Rescue
Fund, left, and Mrs. Elsie Wegman. financial secretary of Club
No. Two. Mrs. Rubin's name was omitted from Jast week's list of
delegates to the convention in Philadelphia.
Blum Wins Scholarship
Burt W. Blum, son of Mrs.
Naomi B. Cohen, 5651 North Mi-
ami Ave., was recently awarded
a freshman competitive scholar-
ship by the Massachusetts In-
stitute of Technology. The
scholarship is given annually to
students of high scholastic stand-,
ing chosen from several hundred j
candidates taking competitive ex-
aminations.
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:^zr s coorae- Orataacu ^=^7^;^
; -^e energy nacaaaory to sae: -Juaae g!|
hova --exec Mjconi Jawry to crpcrrv a c^I
7.er.:* ?_r-= preasure of apaocl ?uraca3
!rr 7-7- -rrve reauhad in coinz:-^nry r^ZI
rasbaa =nalyaeand rary br^ ^
AfjajaaJl by indnridncd cegcnirr_t^i -
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pinHBan I =noag wiucn ora sncl-=ec"-je2|
:.z*p.:zls recreation groupe here cz rr^l
777-r. by public praaeare. Tnia bns bear'^11
with z riew to ;nrrruting a caref-_l oc;~~a,|
pkeMhej progrcnj that would be tczizz end 2
:.: Z* :.-rrc;wn in a Jew yaar*.
.**cw .: seeaxs that as a partial rerl- ai P-^l
_-.e probieas conironting the Jew-j^ i-L'l
^7 7e Cnaty. repreaentatrraa of b1 ooeanejQ
:.-7 7.-_r7-_7ns horing an in*jena:i :esptbi,|
_-. tba nxrwr problem wj: !o.~_re _-' r-rni
;: 7 :o=n=uairy program of actr-.- f- .-eoij|
raafdaaaii
"s p.~r.nmc committee lot ogee r^e j -.
:_; concrete step in real commjn.v c.tzcj:
7-t. exxdeletion. This committee ^ oesjgnsct
e-_-_-.c-.e duplication and to increase tie einrienl
win wmeb the community cares Jo: .-j aged.'
Of course we anticipale immediate md ebecu
3dwa re- tnj group, the purpoae fo: wb.:c-jr
oreaaasMd 3y the seme token tbe_- cccompai
mantt wffl serve as a sample of hal .-ec: ae
~.urty planning and coordination can cccoapix
clo.-.-.ed in Isrcel, inscriptions in the Cklien Boot
c.y_-.g dunams of land are all effective mecnii
coQtnbuttBq to the aecurity and eipcnsion a
Isroel
Thmighoul tbe year and on spec:ol occaica
we u:ge our readers to lend support tc the wonde-
hd wotk o: the Jewish National Fuze
Or.ce cgoin we are privileged tc csk our read-
ers lo work and contribute to make trus vea'i
oec.:o::oo an outstanding
IW> II*mon*trati'
In Jerusalem. Ask
For Hnad. Work
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fifregatioru and Nation- tone concentratior. rampi jatk
--'. Jewish Women, as L'n:ted States."
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" M --he bUl would ation of an ahen. a Attoraej Senera] a de-,to a countn- where be mights
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FRIDAY. JULY l949
AV J, 5709


r. JULY 29. 1949
fJenlsii Hcrldfian
PAGE FIVB
lent Developed As Nazi Slave Laborer Provides Miami Career
[TOR'S NOTE: The Resettlement Service Committee of the Jewlnh
Service Bureau has the responiilblllty for finding employment on-
tles for new Americana. Mrs. Monte Sells; Is chairman of the com-
and Jacob Slier is chairman of a sub-committee on employment
[la currently seeking Job opportunities for: machinists, office workers
ction workers, photographers, electricians, farm workers drivers'
felans. tailors, etc. The JSSB, whose president Is Harold Un'serlelder'
|te<1 at 127 N.W. 2nd St., Miami, Florida (3-5377). ungenemer,
By KURT PETER GOTTESMAN
1941 when Leo Pollak worked on a handweavinq loom in
icentration camp at Theresienstadt, Czechoslovakia, mak-
ion cloth for German soldiers, he didn't dream that this
labor would later be his chosen career in Miami, Florida.
will of the Nazis a slave laborer, he did not dream that
Id find freedom and the
lities for constructive work
Pollak's story is not an
lonal story of the suffer-
one individual, but the
f thousands of refugees
to the United States to
new life, to 'be citizens
instead of numbers on a
11 call.
jugh their former voca-
lay have been quite dif-
they gladly learn new
which makes them useful
in the United States.
Pollak was born in 1908
gne, Germany, of Czecho-
parents. As a youth he
jost interested in sports and
on decorative art. As a
ier he represented Ger-
all over Europe in free
) and 100 yard races, md
he won a prize from the
Jrlnnds in the relay ra:es.
he graduated from high
he became a successful
fcroker, with leisure time for
Jg museums to enjoy famous
jgs, tapestries and em-
_ _ries.
s quiet life was shattered by
H'tB and his storm troopers.
TrUvork of years swept away,
I .(Pollak became a refugee.
' H|g to Czechoslovakia, he
fed to eke out a living at
jobs. But not for long,
took this country too, and
[Pollak with hundreds of
was transported to the con-
ation camp at Theresienstadt.
fate of these people is only
veil known. Leo Pollak
fed the stone quarries until
ps finally transferred to a
factory. So great was the
I of the Germans for fabric
Ud hand weaving looms were
fd into work for slave labor
erate.
|rtly before the liberation he
jed to escape with two other
laborers. Deviously he
ed Prague. Unable to work
^tock-broker, he took up the
he learned in the concen-
camp. and worked on a
I, loom hastily constructed
[old odd parts.
[1947 he finally received a
of hope for a new life,
relatives in the United
arranged to bring him
|with his wife and year old
While waiting for his im-
\tion visa he started with
ted zeal to study his old
decorative art, especially
idery, applique and letter-
' ready the plans for a new
on were crystallizing in
ind.
ough he had some knowl-
f English, he wondered how
Id orient himself in Amer-
vast enterprising country
never known. Arriving in
Newcomers Serve
This article was written for
the Jewish Social Service Bu-
reau by Kurt Peter Gottesman,
who is himself a refugee find-
ing haven in Miami. He has
lived in Palestine and has had
journalistic experience. The
accompanying picture was tak-
en by Albart Rosenbach, who
served as a photographer
abroad before resettling in Mi-
ami.
New York, he was overhelmed
and confused.
He and his wife were met by
United Service for New Ameri-
cans, the national organization
which plans with the newcomers.
In cooperation with local Jewish
family service organizations
throughout the country, the most
likely community needing this
scope of work was selected,
through participation of the
family and the agency. The local
agency which in this case ac-
cepted the Pollak family is the
Jewish Social Service Bureau of
Greater Miami. It is a Community
Chest agency whose resettlement
program for new Americans is
supported by the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation.
For eight months Leo Pollak
worked dilligently in Miami,
building the business he now op-
erates. Working by day on em-
broidery machines, by night he
created original designs, experi-
mented with various American
fabrics and dye processes for em-
broidery threads. In this short
period he tempered his European
experience with the necessary
American technique.
Today his store and workshop,
at 218 N.W. 1st St. in Miami, is
still small. But the work on dis-
play, the exquisite patterns and
color schemes promise a good
future. His love for the sea and
the tropical climate come to the
foreground in the fine modelling
of his embroidered palm trees,
flamingos and barracudas which
adorn bathing towel sets, sports-
wear, mother-daughter, father-
son outfits. Already his attractive
lettering is seen on all kinds of
articles used in hotels, restaurants
and ofubs.
To create and perfect a new
design for an embroidered decora-
tion it may take five or six weeks;
to execute the work on fabric,
anywhere from thirty minutes to
three hours, depending on size
and color blending. He already
has new plans, and he is perfect-
ing an embroidery dye that gives
his creations the individually he
wants to achieve.
His biggest dream, however, is
to hand weave originally designed
materials on the imported Czecho-
slovakian room displayed in his
show window. To work on this
loom: a free man in a free coun-
try.
Ungerleider Is
Head Of Social
Service Bureau
Harold Ungerleider, Miami
Beach attorney, was elected
President of the Jewish Social
ervice Bureau at the organiza-
tion's annual meeting last month.
He succeeds Elry Stone, who was
named honorary president.
Others elected to office were
Irving Frankel, Mrs. Monte Selig
and Judge Harold B. Spaet, vice
presidents; Mrs. Jacob Eppstein,
secretary; Benjamin Meyers,
treasurer; Leo Ackerman, Mrs.
Stanley C. Myers, Mrs. Matilda
Ratner, Herbert E. Scher, Jacob
Sher, trustees.
Remaining members of the
board of directors include Mrs.
Leo Ackerman, Rudy Adlcr, Mrs.
Morris Alpert, Jules Channing,
Mrs. Leon Ell, Mrs. Aaron Farr,
Joseph Gardner, Mrs. Ida Gold-
berg, Max Holtsberg, Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman, Mrs. Edward Le-
vine, Mrs. A. B. Meyers, Bernard
H. Pallant, Dr. M. J. Safra, Mrs.
Meyer Schwartz, Dr. Herman
Selinsky, I. S. Shapoff, Fred
Shochet, Max Silver, William D.
Singer, Mrs. Harold Spaet, Alfred
Stone.
Miami Y Athletics
The Miami Y will hold its gen-
eral Softball workout and special
meeting for the Y summer soft-
ball tournament at Shenandoah
Park this Sunday morning at 10
o'clock.
The first tournament games will
begin next Sunday morning,
August 7.
Schedule for this Sunday eve-
ning's basketball games in the
summer tournament is: at 7:30
p.m., the Boys Club of Miami vs.
Turner's Sport Shop; at 8:30 p.m..
Fort Lauderdale vs. Miami Beach
Y; at 9:30 p.m., Little River vs.
Miami Y.
THE MIAMI BEACH
ATHLETIC CLUB
is now accepting
applications for membership
WRITE: 420 LINCOLN ROAD, ROOM 230
TELEPHONE: 58-7727 OR 58-7728
Freedom House Forum
Gilbert J. Balkin, state director
of the Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith, will give an eye-
witness report of the Groveland
affair at the forum to be held at
Freedom House, 4323 Collins Ave..
Miami Beach, on Monday night
at 8:30.
flabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
818 Michigan Avanua
Miami Beach
Phone 5-3595
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Mrs. Nelson, Mrs. Green
To Be Lunch Hostesses
Mrs. Bessie Nelson and Mrs.
Anna S. Green will be luncheon
hostesses at the sewing, arts and
crafts session to be held by the
Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Sholom Monday at the Temple.
The sessions are held weekly
from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Hostesses for last Monday's
luncheon were Mrs. Jack A. Ab-
bott, Mrs. M. Riley Morris, Mrs.
Frank Kamen and Mrs. Arthur
Frischman.
Planning Unit Named
Miami Beach councilmen this
week announced their choices for
a committee to study community
planning.
Seven citizens were selected,
one by each member of the coun-
cil, in accordance with the group's
decision last week.
The panel nominated and their
council sponsors are Sam Hal-
perin, chosen by Marcie Liber-
man; Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink,
Burnett Roth; Leo Eisenstein,
Mayor Turk; Tom DuPree, Wil-
liam Burbridge; William Elliott,
D. Lee Powell; Abe Halperin,
Maurice Klein; Jack D. Gordon,
Melvin Richard.
Pass Law Exams
Jerome G. Greene and Joseph
Pickholtz of Miami Beach and
Max Ganz of West Palm Beach
were among the 20 successful
candidates who passed the June
examinations for admission to the
Florida bar, according to an an-
nouncement by the state board
of law.
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-iMisHkrHtor.
EMDAY.JUlym,
Sholem Lodge To
Hold Aquatic Show
An aquatic show, featuring pro-
fessional diving exhibitions, a
beauty contest, and swimming
will be sponsored by Sholem
Lodge. B'r.ai B'nth. Sunday, be-
ginning at 6 p m. at the B
Clay Hotel Pool.
Chairman Paul Barrett, ar.d
his entertainment committee have
planned audience participation
stunts and contests with pri
for tne winners. Listed on the J Oregon" hurier"' chalki ..' his
program are: balloon contests, oid eleve,tn wm recently for I
clothes, rescue contests ar.d a Po,.iand Beavers in the Pa
beauty contest for men only. lcoa*t loop K
Tickets at $150 per person may ^.(.: ,., the b;g time bird dogs
be secured at the door. A portion ard wiU probablv be sold I
of the proceeds will be usea for n-j0r league club bei re th< sea-
local community service projects. s0., con,es to an er.i. The ? it-
_ ----------------~---------_ land management has
tvablOS LofljjjO. KB would-be buyers the
JEWS IN SPORTS
By HASKELL COHEN
Sun Feldman. University ;
Illinois baseball pitchi ''' "
games against one loss "
1-43. was signed by the St L uis
r.s ar.d farmed to Sp
field in the Three I League He
follows another Illinois
Marv Rotman, to the big time.
Hal ; It :.
vear-old former
ising 24-
University -
Will Spotlight
Ufo Ot Monskv
available but that ny trai
' would have to include pla;.
I addition to cash Saltzman t
his first shutout recentlj
Coral Gables Lodge B'na: the Sun Francisco Seals winning
B'nth will hear a dramatic por- | by a 4-0 score,
trayal of the life of Henry Mon-
sky. former international presi-
dent of B'nai B'ritr., at their
meeting Tuesdav at 8:15 p.m. at
Hillel House. 3306 Ponce de Leon
Blvd., Coral Gables.
The radio transcription entitled
"The Man From Omaha." one
of the Eternal Light series, will
highlight the evening's program,
according to Dr. Leonard Glick-
stein, program chairman. The
program is being arranged
through the cooperation of the
Greater Miami B'r.ai B'nth
Council. Following the regular
business session and the program
portion of the evening, reft
ments will be served.
A.L.S. Open House
A.L.S. Chapter of B'r.ai B'rith
Girls will hold open house to-
morrow evening at 8 o'clock a:
the home of Barbara Rosen. 76
N.W. 21st Ave., in honor of new
members. The chapter will bi
hostesses to tne BZB ar.d Hillel
Chapters of the organization.
The social committee in charge
of the affair is headed by Norma
Kroner, who will ce assisted by
Paula Levin, Phvllis Talles and
Myra Feit.
Although the parent Deti it
Tigers sen: Myron G.".
Toledo Hens with the ex]
n he would become the :
first string catcher, tne J<
athlete has been having ti -
dislodging Eddie Mordar.-ki I
the top receiving berth.

Saul Rogovm. star B..:' .
tosser. is having himself great
time at t.'.e expense of tne Ji
City Giants. Over a period of tw
years the Brooklyn-bred pit .
has licked the Little Giants six
straight times. His latest <::
was in a relief appearance last
week. At the present writing Saul j
: wns an 8-2 record.
along ~"ra";
' J!
defeat. Sid
tential future
big league hurl the Red
Sox
ice.

Max SI il :
A. lountr: 'A'od-
S ''' "r
Fund
'
. (618 to the
S18 ex] I
t turned in by peopl(
tickets yet. He is
tribul
tl .. ne of the smalli
Catsii commoda-
' -vd-
i
A S : '
to see 1 lancei Fund ga::
up Sonny
lion of Bobby
Sand. :: hoop mentor.
has f year ol
:- full time
he completes his [ mrse n eti i e
in Febr u
.
:. ;. : irt, nee Lefkowitz,
City College court captain in 1939.
p official
I Circuit games. Lou
rking with such experienced
as Lou Eisenstein
and Red Sara k and is mak-
ing ste; ..: -.-
Art Lecture Set
For Beach Y
Is Commercial Art Creative'"
will be the theme explored by
Byron Newton. University of Mi-
lami instructor, at a meeting open
to the public Monday at 8:30 p.m.
Iat the Miami Beach YM St WHA.
A graduate of Syracuse Uni-
ty where he majored in fine
art, Mr Newton has been associ-
ated with National Ads ar.d Max
iFleisher Cartoons Syndicate. Be-
work with industrial
firms, he engaged in free lance
| work for the Saturday Evening
| Post and the Women's Home
I Companion for several years.
300 Attend Gables Fete
Over 300 persons attended the
immer festival given by the
C ral Gables Jewish Center mem-
.:ship committee at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Corenblum
Sundav evening. During the eve-
ring 47 new members were added
to the group. Sam Silver, mem-
bership chairman, announced.
Members of the congregation
are donating their services to the
construction of the temple and
Sunday school now under con-
struction at 320 Palerma Ave.,
Coral Gables.
Anyone wishing further in-
formation about the organization
is asked to call 4-2005.
Dr. Fishbciii To
Speak To Young
Adults Sundav
Directed to individuals between
the ages of 21 and 30, a lecture
on "Courtship and Marriage" will
be given Sundav at 8:30 p.m. at
Temple Beth Snolom by Dr I I
Leo Fishbem. psychiatrist i
The meeting is the third in a
series of programs designed to
meet the needs of young adults'
in the community. Sponsored bv
the Miami Beach YM & WHA
Young Adult Planning Commit-
tee, these Sunday night events
are open to the public. Dancing
will follow the question period.
City College's former outfield-
er Danny perlmutti i is I tttii i
blue streak with the Kingston
Colonials in the Class B Colonial I
League. Danny recent:.
spree that saw him connect.- .: tj
in 17 consecutive contests

Herb Stein with tne Stamford
Pioneers in the Colonial loop I
over recently as temporary man-
ager when Joe Glenn, : N.Y.
Yankee maskman. became ill. i
Stein is an ir.fielder with
Connecticut nine.

Sid Scr.acht. former Stamford
hing mainstay, is continuing
Gables Zionists Map
Fall Membership Drive
Plans for a concerted member-
ship drive to be conducted in
the fall were formulated at a
meeting of the board of directors
of the Coral Gables Zionist Dis-
trict last week at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Mever Fine, 2250
S.W. 18th Ave. Program for the
coming year was also discussed.
Norman R. Lyons, chairman,
presided and refreshments were
served at the close of the meeting.
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+JenlstincriJian
PAGE SEVEN
A Mystic Flame
(Copyright. 1949. Jewish TeleRi-aphlc Agency, Inc.)
lEDITOR'S NOTE: On July 22. America commemorated the HWth
Ternary of the birth of Emma Lazarus, the poet whose sonnet, written
183, stands Inscribed on the Statue of Liberty. When, In 1881, the
linn pogroms startled the world and shocked the Jews. Emma Lazarus
[up the cause of the Jewish people and began writing the passionate
y for which she wan called "Laureate for the Jews."
fer life and times are presented by the noted biographer, H E.
J>, In "The World of Emma Lazarus," a recent publication of
(ken Books. This Is the first full-length biography of the poet, based
riglnal research In America and England.)
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
he American poet, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, in his
on "the Hebrews in their graves" in the Newport Jewish
rtery, bewailed the tragic fate of the Jews, asking what
it of Christian hate" had sent these Jews over the seas. But
ellow saw no brighter hori-
printed an article by a Russian
[opening up before the Jew:
i groaning earth in its travails
igs forth new races
lever restores .
nations never rise again."
was Emma Lazarus, whose
Ihundredth birthday is being
rved this month, who chal-
ed Longfellow. Here was a
inn whose Epistles to the He-
*s may well be compared to
tl's Judenstaat. And like
1 perhaps even more so than
E she emerged from a totally
lewish atmosphere.
he appears in the beginning
fonly to have been un-Jewish
I anti-Jewish. She told the poet,
idman, when he suggested
she write on Jewish themes,
they meant nothing to her.
nerson was the great con-
lation in American letters
Bn her talent first budded forth
one of her poems attracted
interest of the Concord sage,
invited her to spend a week
[the Emerson home. Emerson
then a man over seventy, but
waning of the mental powers
ich later was to claim him had
yet set in. It is a pretty pic-
I we have of Emerson going
vn to the railroad station to
et this young women, and Mrs.
.nerson and daughter Ellen gra-
busly joining in the hospitality.
Emma Lazarus had poetical
but for a time seemed to be
tting nowhere. An artist must
\ve not only feeling but must
have something to say and
one thing which she could
she avoided saying. She in-
irdly resisted addressing her-
ilf to the Jewish theme.
{Then one day she went down
Ellis Island and saw "the
Drm-tossed" immigrants, about
lom she was to write. The
ark in her burst forth into full
ime when the Atlantic Monthly
woman justifying the Czarist per-
secutions of the Jews.
Now she was a woman not only
with words but with a cause.
One of the results of the Epistles
to the Hebrews was the estab-
lishment of the Hebrew Technical
Institute. Primarily its influence
was to give momentum to the
Zionist message which at the
time scarcely had a supporter out-
side of Russia, save for a few
stray Gentiles like Lawrence Oli-
ohant and George Eliot and a
few Jews here and there who
were more Gentile than Jewish.
It was all a dream, it was im-
possible, Emma Lazarus was told
"The impossible always happens,"
she replied. She herself was proof
of the impossible happening. She
who had been estranged fiom
everything Jewish and now was
a prophetess of Israel.
It was hard work hacking out
a pioneer road. Almost pathetical-
ly, she tried to prove that Jews
may go back to the soil, by citing
what someone told her about a
few Jewish farmers in some re-
mote part of the earth.
Yet it all has come true. The
revival of the Maccabbean hero-
ism for which she pleaded, we
have seen in our days. She wrote:
"O deem not dead the martial fire
Say not the mystic flame is spent
. Let but an Ezra rise anew
To lift the Banner of the Jew."
Hers was to be a short life. She
died at the age of thirty-seven,
but she raised a torch for her
people. She herself was a "mystic
flame" whose light shines as far
as Zion's hills.
As we think of her, somehow
the vision of the Statue of Liberty
in New York harbor on which
her words are inscribed, seems to
fuse with her picture. She seems
to be the goddess herself.
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Delano Hotel. Miss Vivian Tobio (right) wa.cho.en queen at the
Zatodcenrention of Cuban Lions Club at C.m.cru.y. and Mi-
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speaker tor her daes a: Cca.i
High School tad received the
DAR award, a: Wesleyar Col-
lege Macon Ga
|a W7 Who ..-. American Col-
lege and ,'njversitiei wrved a;
*.-. officer ..-. the Khool govern-
ment .- .-..-;.- I I ,. :c.i:
book the Veterept
M Goldman .-.-.-
master pee frotr Co].- bia
University and later took addi-
-.-..-.a. courses at the Cruversitj
of Honda and Harvard See do-*
teache p------. and ;ology
and serv an the staff
itudenti at the Florida State Uni-
versity
Her fiance at* nd ; Se V k
university and vai graduated
from Harvard La S :hooL
The wi dding .. chedule -
the fall
William Prusoffs
Visit Parents \lcrt
William Prusoff and his wife,
Bngitte a rived in Mi i July
f 9 *fcl |- ?
for
I .
stay with
fchis parer.-
* and Mrs. Samuel
-*?" -:': "--' lf,'f,'~ s.
Lw 10th st
S A graduate of
9 the University of
Miami, Mr.Prus-
[off has puit re-
ceived his doc-
j' degree in
chemistry at Co-
lumbia Universi-
ty. Starting
August Id, ,, v,:]l engage in re
ESE25 ;':;." at tha Medical
v ^? W<:'''' Rerve Um-
Pnofi
Pepper Interview
:""': Claude Pepper will in-;
-'"- Doyli Conner of Starke.
president -,f Future Farmers of1
A.T.':.-.-;, Erwin Martin of Indiana
.:'; .' '- president of
jL^SV'"'"' /f A^8, and
H. i. Wood, state office of Future
farrners of America, on his week-
ly radio broadcast this weekend.
* Miami Beach for the month :: Augu* Dt xnd Mn >chin s
s-:- .-~.:.z zz^-i 14 :.z- z^r. visitng :.s ancle and roal bore
* '* *
Mr. end :-^s \z-.-.z locobaoe announce the birth z: z
zz.zz-^: toy Rcearvn, c^:r. hily 11 al kzcksoo Memoria] H-s-
z.-ri Paternal grandrnother ^ Mn Sarah Jacobeon oi Miami
Mr. and :-^h Morris linnial :: y.^>: York are -r-e-^: grand-
* *
Mi and M-s Meyer Forer 2121 S W, 24th Ave entertained
this woek following "he hr.= z: "r:eir s;r. 'zsezr. S!~-e: ~::e:
born hily '.'. zr. Francis HospitaJ Godparents were Mn
M0Q7 Eeeeohnan, Mrs. Forer's sister, z-.z Joseph Siere:. Sandek
kzs Zahnon Forer Mr Forer's brother from brae] with whom
he was recently reunited are: z separation -.: 25 yean Mrs.
.- ere: :.-.e rcrrr.e: Ida Er.cier
' *
Dr. end Mis. M. A. L;p>.-.d c: Micrr.: 3eacr. :ev-.-.-.e: Mon-
day from a five-weei: stay in New Ycrk. Due to ccr.a:::cr.s zre-
vaihna in Israel a: the prese-- lime, Dr. LiDkind was ^vjsed
by r>. S. 5e-=-e:n of the Jewish Agency tc postpone his :on-
err.p.a-ea tr.p to Israel fc: at least s:x months
* *
Dr. zr.z Mrs. tAnx Pepper are leaving this morning iz: their
annual su...~er vacation. Tney will visit tr.e.r children Nancv
andI Marshall, at Blue Ridge Carr.p, Stroudsburg, Pa and rrc-
Z"%lr:ZS5^e-5 T? ferr"dale' N' Y' The PPP Plcn to stop
:;r =-;"cr.- '^V sefore P-^'5 u? their ch::drer. at camp
ana returr.:r.v tc M.arr.; ..-. Secterr.ber. *
.
Leaving this morning for a vacation which will nclude
vistts in Pennaylvania, Grossinger'i in Ferndale. N. Y and
in&p^hS!7 ^ ^ Gnd ^ A1 WiS- "^ Pla to '^
* *
Mr. and Mrs. D. Murrel Kastan of 5260 SW 3-d St en
HoSl^ bMh t\dCUqh^ RhMda Helen, a. V c-or a"
'J& Mrs' Harry Hixso" of Forrest Hills I 1 -
ponied by Mrs. Shepard Sabe of New York nVv n m"
FRIDAYJUITJ
Marjorie Miller Weds Herschel Roscnthai
In Double Ring Ceremony On June 25
________ Before a fireplace banked
+ 'W4l^BfWW\ *ladloh and rt:o-s. Mi u"
^^ M Jne MiUer- daughter of v-
J Mrs Ben Miller, 238' s},*1
Terr, became the bride of r
schel Rosenthal, son of v.
Mrs. Edward Rosenthal n.,^
Beach. u*t*
The couple spoke the.- Vo*,^
June 25 at 7.30 prr, ..V*
of the bride-s parents. Rabbit
Shapiro and Cantor H,^
Mamches read the double
service.
len^h S& neTIown ^
w.th matching capelet and
mitts. Her fingertip lenaS fe
sion veil extended from an Ji
broidered Watteau cap
Ca^.Iedv. a br,dal ba> adorS
w.th three white orchids andl
shower of stephar.otis
Mrs. Charles E. Gottlieb, m.
ron of honor, was a"- -ed
pale blue brocaded "ballenu
ength dress ar.d carried
lonial bouquet The bride'l -^
Beryl Ann Miller, was floaw
girl in long blue organdv
Best man was Harvev j M li-
the bride's brother. e'
On Sunday, June 26. there was
a reception for familv a.-d friends
at the home of the brides pares*
Miss Romesa Rosenthal kept th
guest book. v
For their wedding trip the
newly weds drove to Grove Park
Inn, Asheville, N. C ar.d made
a two-week tour of Southeastern
Lnited States.
Out-of-town guests included &
B. Miller, Mr. and Mrs I. Fried-
man of Washington, D. C Mr
and Mrs. Dade Stine. Mrs. Rella
Steinberg, Miss Donna Singer.
The former Miss Miller b a
graduate of Miami Senior High
School and past president of ALS
Chapter of B'nai B'hth Girls. The
bridegroom, a veteran cf two
years in the Naw, graduated
from Miami Senior High and the
University of Miami. He is a
member of Pi Lambda Phi frat-
ernity.
Rosenthal
Gables Unit Tells
Holiday Plans
f Jewish Congregation
: C ral Gables will hold High
vices at the Coral
C im, Douglas Road
S. W. 16th St, Lee Platt.
has :-.r.r.ounced.
services will be
ning Reel Hashanah
evening S ptember 23.
-.....- P- senstein Miami Beach
iati i-ith a n ixed
, The .. .-ill be especial-
decorated for the services,
:. and special seating ar-
r.gements will rx-rrr.:t observa-
by all congregants. Tv.-o of
type public address
U be installed so that
'" iy hear from
' thi building. Platt
Thj High Holy Day Commit-
'.-:. -: h;. I..-r,n Hon:g. an-
nounced that admission to serv-
lces ,ha*,lbe?n st" at $12.50 per
couple Children will be admitted
it charge.
Ti ,; and additional informa-
48:0823:48^95Porrg-lS7Calling
Han (ohn, Gets
Court Aid** Post
Bart L Cohen, who recently
^ -Tom the Umvers.tv of
has been appointed'as-
t clerk to the Florid Su
prerne Court at Tallahassee
HarowTOJ* S,n.0f Mr and Mrs.
' '800 S.W. 21st St..
ret- im TQSld,Qnt 0f Mian^i
n, er, Ytn 5e a^Panied
Ethel H. Kaplan.
Paul Needelman Wed
After a wedding trip through
the state. Mr. and Mrs Paul
Needelman are residinc at 1310
15th St., Miami Beach
The bride is the former Miss
Ethel H. Kaplan, daughter of the
Louis Kaplans. The bridegroom's
parents are Mr. and Mrs Herman
Needelman, formerly of New
York.
The ceremony was performed
June 11 in the home of the bride's
parents by Rabbi Simon April.
9th Day Of Av
The 9th pay of Av, commemor-
ating the destruction of the First
Sli k'"nw TemPle ln Jerusalem,
will be observed at Beth David
Synagogue Wednesday at 7 p m
Services will be held Wednes-
day evening at 7:30 and Thursday
S'xiilah1 ? at Co"S^-
\uoPfok
(June)
IPAlRf
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IY. JULY 29, 1949
+Jewish rhrkttan
PAGE NINE
rilyn Eisenstat Weds Bert Sager
ently wed Mr. and Mrs. Bert
are residing at 1553 S.W.
It.
. Sager, the former Miss
/n Eisenstat, is the daughter
and Mrs. Jack Eisenstat,
leridian Ave., Miami Beach.
lager is the son of Mrs. Olga
erman, 6900 Yumuri St.,
Gables.
couple exchanged vows
11 at the Educational
m before Rabbi Irving
nan.
bride's dress was of slipper
[with seed pearl embroidery
ke Peter Pan collar and at
Spline. She wore an heirloom
M imported lace and carried
Be topped with a white or-
Tind streamers of stephanotis.
ftha Ebstein served as maid
ior. She wore a pink gown
carried a bouquet of red
The twin flower girk, Flor-
and Suzanne Eisenstat, wore
Es of aqua eyelet with match-
|aras. Marvin Sager served
St man for his brother.
bride's mother greeted
; in a gown of aqua trimmed
gold. The mother of the
zroom wore a gown of coral
fold. Both wore corsages of
oses.
reception was held immedi-
[following the ceremony. For
honeymoon, the couple
red to New York.
Mrs. Bert Sager
Morris Bros.
Irothal Announced
4
Elaine Goldman
\. und Mrs. Phillip Goldman,
S.W. 15th St., have an-
ted the betrothal of their
titer, Elaine, to Irving Zlat-
|son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben-
Zlatkin, Elizabeth, N. J.
Bs Goldman is attending the
lersity of Miami and is cor-
bnding secretary for the Mi-
Unit of the Junior Hadassah.
liuis Fete
ra t i Patients
ttai B'rith Lodges and Wom-
iChapter entertained patients
Je Pratt Veterans Hospital at
weekly "B'nai B'rith Night"
fcrday evening.
|song and dance review feat-
youngsters from the Billy
luth Ambrose Dance Studio
lined the evening's enter-
aent. Hy Fried accompanied
piano and the program was
the direction of Mrs. Sid-
Boeninger, B'nai B'rith
Jen's Hospital representative,
steinman, B'nai B'rith Men's
lital representative, and Marx
Kaplan-Yeslow Nuptials
Held At Monticello Park
Miss Roberta Yeslow became
the bride of Larry Kaplan on July
9 in the first wedding ceremony
ever performed at the Monticello
Park Community Center in North
Miami Beach. The double-ring
service was read by Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff. Over one hundred
guests were present.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. H. Yeslow, Miami.
The bridegroom's parents are Mr.
and Mrs. L. Kaplan of North Mi-
ami Beach.
For her wedding the former
Miss Yeslow chose a white lace
ankle length gown with a match-
ing jacket which featured an
Oriental neckline. Her lace-
trimmed veil fell from a lace
tiara. She carried a mother-of
pearl-bible topped with a white
orchid and streamers of white
satin ribbon adorned with orange
blossoms and babies breath. Her
only jewelry was a three-strand
pearl necklace.
Miss Carol Milberg, maid of
honor, wore luggage brown or-
gandy over pink taffeta with
matching headpiece and acces-
sories. She carried a bouquet of
pink roses and babies breath.
Best man for his brother was
Gilbert Kaplan of the U. S.
Marines.
The bride's mother was attired
in an aqua crepe gown with white
accessories and corsage of tea
roses. The bridegroom's mother
wore a pale blue sheer, white ac-
cessories and a red rose corsage.
A reception followed the cere-
mony at the home of the bride-
groom's uncle and aunt, Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Geashaft, 1121 N.E.
163rd St., North Miami Beach.
Following a wedding trip to
Pennsylvania and New York, the
couple will reside in North Miami
Beach.
Wedding Announced
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan M. Kap-
lan, 1435 West Ave., Miami Beach,
announce the marriage of their
son Burt Hunter, to Marjorie
Bumham, daughter of Mr .and
Mrs. Paul Bumham, East Lans-
ing, Mich.
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Personally Speaking
Mrs. Jack Shapiro, 853 S.W. 11th St., is now vacationing in
New York with her brothers and their families. While there she
will see hei grand nephews for the first time.
* *
Miss Carolyn Freedlund of Belle Glade is vacationinq in
Atlantic City with her sister, Mrs. M. J. Wooley, and her family.
They are the daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Joe I. Freedlund.
* *
Lt. Col. David Talley, chief engineering consultant to the
first vice president of International Telephone and Telegraph
Company, is stopping in Miami Beach to visit his brother and
sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. George J. Talianof, en route to Puerto
Rico on business. The visitor lives in Brooklyn, N. Y.
* -It
Sonya Comander, 536 Nth St., Miami Beach, is spending
her vacation with Elaine Kleinstub, at Johnstown, Pa. and ex-
pects to return about September 15.
* *
Cantor Samuel Kelemer of Miami Beach officiated at the
wedding of his sister, which recently took place in Stevensville,
N. Y. He and Mrs. Kelemer, who have been visiting their family
there, plan to leave soon for New York City, where they will
spend some time before returning to Miami Beach.
* *
Bernie Saffer has returned from New York, where he visited
his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nathan
Bracker.
K *
Mr. and Mrs. Harold J. Weiss of Baltimore will arrive Mon-
day to spend their vacation with his mother, Mrs. Edna J. Weiss,
Greystone Hotel, Miami Beach.
* *
Spending six weeks with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and
Mrs. Wolf Albin, 6061 Indian Creek Dr., Miami Beach, is Miss
Rhoda Levine of Bronx, N. Y.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Alpert, 3930 North Meridian Ave.,
Miami Beach, have just returned from a three-week stay in the
North. During their trip Mr. Alpert attended the wedding of his
niece, Naomi Slobins Washauer, Roxbury, Mass., on July 3.
The Alperts were present at a family reunion at the Grand
Lake Lodge, Lebanon, Conn., in honor of the fifty-fifth wedding
anniversary of Mrs. Alpert's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bamett Fein
of Springfield, Mass.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Maloff, accompanied by their daughter.
Judith, left for Hendersonville, N. C, Friday to spend several
days with their son, Steven, who is at Camp Osceola. They re-
turned to Miami yesterday.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Shulman, 528 Lincoln Road, Miami
Beach, left yesterday morning by car for New York City and
Schenectady, N. Y., where they will visit relatives and friends.
They will return in September.
* + *
Sy Lippman, 1349 S.W. 7th St., recently returned from a
vacation in New York. Mr. Lippman is known throughout the
community for his demonstrations in hypnotism. Prior to going
to New York, he appeared at the Opa Locka Naval Air Base be-
fore a large group of Naval personnel and their guests. He plans
to do extensive research work in the field of hypnotism.
* *
Sam Aronberg, 329 North Lakeside Dr., Lake Worth, is ex-
pected to return about August 15 from a month's vacation in
Nashville. Mr. Aronberg joined his wife and son, Larry, who
were already there.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fine and son of West Palm Beach are
vacationing in New York.
*
Dr. and Mrs. E. J. Edelman, 611 51st St., Miami Beach, will
entertain Mrs. Edelman's sister, Miss Florence Kutzen, of De-
troit, who will spend the month of August with them. Miss
Kutzen is an eminent pianist and teacher.
* *
Daniel Berkowitz of Brooklyn, who recently became Bar
Mitzvah there, is vacationing with his aunts, Mrs. Harry Pearl,
2129 S.W. 12th St., and Mrs. Ben Kirschner, 2141 S.W. 14th Terr.
* *
Herman Gordon arrived by plane yesterday afternoon from
New York, where he spent a week.
Florence Sissenwine
Engaged To Wed
Joan Morris (right) receives the gavel upon her installation as
president of the Hillel Chapter, B'nai B'rith Girls, frem Anita
Cogen. (left) retiring president of the group, as Mrs. Ruth Cohen,
national president of the B'nai B'rith Young Women's Chapters,
looks on.
Florence Sissenwine
The engagement of Miss Flor-
ence Sissenwine to William J.
Meyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Meyer, 301 N.W. 105th St., has
been announced by her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry I. Sissenwine,
236 Alton Road, Miami Beach.
The bride-elect was graduated
from Miami Beach High School.
Mr. Meyer attended Bethany Col-
lege in Virginia and was gradu-
ated from the University of Mi-
ami.
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PAGE TEN
FRIDAY. July


' ~j*.
Audio-Visual Human Relations Institute
Set For University Of Florida August 9-10
A two-day audio-visual insti-
tute on human relations will be
held August 9-10 at the P. K.
Yonge Auditorium. University of
Florida, Gainesville, under the
co-sponsorship of the Florida Re-
gional Office of Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith. and the
Cruisp Sorvico To
Israel To Begin
On September 6
The sailing of the Argentina of
the Home Lines, formerly the
Berginsfjord, will inaugurate the
first regular cruise service ply-
ing between this country and
Israel.
The Argentina leaves New York
on its maiden voyage September
6. arriving in Haifa September 22.
the day before Rosh Hashona. It
will remain at Haifa, where the
passengers may have the option
of using the ship as their hotel
during its stay. The Argentina
will sail from Haifa October 4,
the day after Kom Kippur, and
will arrive in New York October
21.
Further information concern-
ing this sailing may be obtained
from Farr Tours, 1245 Washing-
ton Ave., the Home Lines repre-
sentative on Miami Beach.
Pioneer Women
To Hold Pienic
An all-day picnic and dinner
will be sponsored by the Pioneer
Women's Organization, Club No.
One of Miami Beach and Golda
Myerson Club of Miami, on Sun-
day, August 7, on the private
beach of the Strath Haven Hotel.
4th St. and Collins Ave., Miami
Beach, according to Mrs. Henrv
Seitlin and Mrs. Pearl Krieger.
chairmen of the affaic Dinner
will be served any time during
the day that the guest prefers, the
chairmen state.
Assisting Mrs. Seitlin and Mrs.
Krieger with arrangements are
the Mesdames Betty Pakula, Sam
Katz, Ben Fray, Rose Brady. Eva
Tovig and Barbara Greenberg.
Tickets are $1.25 each and pro-
ceeds will go to the children's
emergency building fund.
World Community Day
Plans Being Formed
Plans for the inter-faith World
Community Day luncheon, spon-
sored by the Miami Council of
Church Women, were discussed at
a meeting at the White Temple
Methodist Church last week.
Present at the meeting were
Mrs. Glenn James, president of
Miami Council of Church Women
Mrs. Thomas Grady of the Miami
Council of Catholic Women, Mrs.
Rudolph Drosd of the Miami
Council of Jewish Women and
Dr. Andrew Gottschall of the Na-
tional Conference of Christians
and Jews.
Friday, November 4, was se-
lected as the date for the annual
lorum and luncheon which will
ru k 1 at th,e Miami Woman's
Club Peace Is Possible" will be
the theme of the day, and forums
preceding the luncheon will be
divided into three groups: "The
&. knA.Home'" "You'h" and
The Adult."
Efforts are being made to se-
cure an outstanding Jewish lead-
er tor a luncheon speaker and
frZmJ\a,ders- wil1 be select*d
w >! ^'aml ,nter-faith groups.
JSd Community Day is one
which attracts men and women
from the the Greater Miami area
who are deeply interested in the
cause of peace.
General Extension Division. Uni-
versity of Florida, according to
an announcement bv Gilbert J.
Balkin. state director.
The institute will feature a
demonstration of the various
sound films, film strips, trans-
criptions, records, books, litera-
ture and other constructive ma-
terials developed by the league
and cooperating organizations for
counteracting bigotry and advanc-
ing good intergroup understand-
ing.
Among the films to be shown
will be "Songs of Friendship."
"Boundary Lines." "The House I
Live In." "Don't Be A Sucker."
and the recently released educa-
tional sound film "Picture In
Your Mind." The use of film
strips as a school educational
technique will be emphasized
with the showing of such produc-
tions in this medium as "None
So Blind." "About People." and
"Film Strips on Israel."
It is anticipated that this in-
stitute will be attended bv public
school teachers and school admin-
istrators of Florida who are tak-
ing summer school work at the
university in Gainesville.
Charles C Bushong. field repre-
sentative. Get.oral Extension Di-
vision. University of Florida, is
in charge of program arrange-
ment?. Highlight of the program
will be discussion forums and
panels on the utilization of audio-
visual materials as classroom, aids
in building sound attitude of
human relations. The discussion
forums will be led bv Bushong
and Balkin. All interested per-
sons are invited to attend the
institute.
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EI.RT STONE
Attorney for laldor Oivin and
Mil had Civln
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M.\ l:l. IN BRi" 'KB
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Beach Resident
Wins Top Honors
At Illinois School
Albert A. Sutton of Miami
th? w r.tCently ^aduated from
the Northern Illinois College of
Optometry summa cum laude and
was awarded the William B
SJ? KScholarship Award the
highest honor which the school
btZSUP,n a. equating doctor
^hvn-who w a member of the
schools Tomb and Key honorary
fraternity, is a graduate of MiaS
Beach High and attended the UnJ
versity of Miami. He is tempoVa .
rnIlln,eirC "g staff of North-
era Illinois College of Optometry
ofi/c^rJ8 the brother
of Mrs. San Friedman and Mrs
Natalee Margolis, both of MiaSi
Hollywood Voufli
Slate Beach Party
Plans for a beach party to be
neld for members and their
guests tomorrow night were dis-
cussed at a meeting of the Holly-
wood Chapter of B'nai B'lith
Youth Organization on Thursday
evening. July 21, at the Jewish
Community Center.
A committee, consisting of Joan
Bergman. Morton Baum. Barrv
Lipsitz and Morton Reiss. was ap-
pointed to arrange the program
or a joint meeting with the
Hollywood B'nai B'rith Lodge
slated for some time in Septem-
ber, which has been designated
".;YouTth Month" by all B'nai
Bnth Lodges throughout the
country.
It was announced bv Barrv
Lipsitz that horseback riding ses-
sions would continue throughout
the summer months on Sunday
morning. Members of the riding
group are Maxine Diamond,
Nancy Newman. Morton Baum
Barry Lipsitz, Leo and Fred Sul-
tan and George Wolk
I. Sb,ership in ,he organization
is open to young men and women
between the ages of 17 and 25
Meetings are held each Thurs-
day evening at the Jewish Com-
munity Center.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY OIVEN II
the undei signi d, di
!.
ROYAL PALM DELICACY SHOP <
;.-! Street Miami Be
intend I.....gisti i said nami w ith the
I Dade
L'ounr., FKil Ida
HARRY MARGOLIN
NAT MARQOUN
LEO HUMMEL
MILLER A PODELL, ESQS.
Attornej for Ai
225 Lincoln Road
T 1'.--'-"'. v 5-IS
ORDER TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OP FLORIDA, IN AND For UAUE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERT, No.
125*8"
CHARLES DIAMOND, Plaintiff, va.
wna DIAMOND Defendant
You ANNA DIAMOND, .110 B. 4th
Btreet, Nen York, N, Y. are required
earance In the above
entitled i II dlvoi ct on the 12th
lay ..f August, 1941 ..r a ilecree pro
nfesi will i- entered against you.
I latl thla I das ..f July. 1949.
E, Ii LEA I HERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
lit Court Seal)
B) IVM, W.
ELEVENTH Jt'DIri.V UP J
IN AND FOR* ,' iL SM
FLORIDA. in PH&i&aal
125860. CHAMCS* Jl
SELMA 8INASOIIN Pi.i I
m You. HARRY BlkiiarSft'll
Southern Boulevard r***. J
York, are notified to fll >. M
anoe in the abov., cSujaTfi *f*4
on the 8th day of Au,'"'S|
otherwiw decree pro SSL**}!
entered egalnst you vnleMo *|J
Dated thla 6 day of Ju,y ,. J
E. B. 1.EATHKRMAV S-1*!
(Circuit Court Seal) AN" 0*1
WWH W.8T0OB.L
MILTON A PRIEDM4?*Pl!5*ll
Seybold Building
7/8-13-22-2S
V
DE COSTAS, MAER &
> for Plaintiff
607 Bii ayni i: .
il Plorlda
I -
STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
FLOYD
ORDER OF PUBLICat...
IN THE CIRCUIT COnB^
lltk JUDICIAL CIRCtttTSl
kor dadb county u^*
v^aVanSorI^>';^'
TO,:, f ADDRESS: UNKNOWN *
You are hereby ordered to nV_
appearance or answer Yn th. wl
romplalnt for divorce flfclrifl
you by VADA P. JORDAN .**
fore the 27 day of JuiJM,} **
wise the allegations of U'i A
UUS!t\S confess,.,! amlBjt 1
DONE AND ORDKREDtttS
of June, 1949. u r*l
(Circuit gtS Sea.?' ^9
By R. H. RICE.H
GEORGE J. TALIANOff"""'
Solicitor for plaintiff
7/1-8-15-22-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned di to encage In
bualni u indi I thi flctltloua name of
KINLOCH DRESS SHOP at 42'.3 W,
Flagler Street Miami, Plorlda, In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Crcult Court of Dadt
County, FlorMa.
HKA BILLERA
BYLVIA BERMAN
HAROLD TANNEN
Attorney
i'.in American Bank Hide.
Miami, Florida
7/8-15-22.29 D/5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
- under the fictitious name of
Lottie Brooks Dreaa Shop at 863
w ishlngton Avenue, Miami Heach.
i, Intends to register siild name
lth the Clerk of the circuit Court of
luntv, Ploi la
,,.... "SAX SIROTA
. 8-1 -M-2J :.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOT.ci ^noerJTctTF^T-
NOTICK IS HEREBY (1IVFN tint
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN I"1!K CIRCUIT COURT i >F TI1F
'!'l:V';>'Til JUDU IAL CIRCUIT
IN AND Fi>R mm; in .s i i.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No
126170,
lliv';v;j. WALDMAN, Plaintiff, va.
SADIE JVAI.DMAN, Defendant
SADIE WALDMAN Its]
i n spec; Ayen le, Bronx, New York
"'*'"' '' !" "'e >our appel
!.".,'";,'''""',';'''"' u': ?lvorc. on the
--;"' ''"> "' August, a D. 1949, other-
alse decree pro c......sso will be
enti red agalnsl you
justed thi. 21 day of July. A.D.
B, Ii LEATHERMAN Clark
.....u.t court Seal)
Bj C E BOLAND,
MILT-JN A. K,:,),,,.^",'!!;,.*1*
i Building '
22-29 i-12
IN T?iK0ni,^r,UBLICATI'N
::' ^'"' Vosemite Avenue
Manteca, California
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN rilE CIRCUIT Cl I CRT "F THK
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
"I- FLORIDA, IN AND Fi >R DADB
i:-? ~ IN ''"AN,'1:|!V. -N.
EIAlA,tETJi?.PEPP] I'lalntiff, vs.
OSl AR KREPP, Defendant
rO: OSCAR KREl'P. ,. Karl E.
Klpp, 50 Mosel vv. .. -t.iten
[aland, New York
YOl ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
rue yo.: appearani. in the above
" 'oi divorce, .... oi before
' ii da> ..f Aug ist, 1949, other-
.' '' ......nfeaa* will he
entered against you.
Dated this -'th daj of July 1949
E. it I.Kathkrman.
.,.,. Clerk <>l Circuit I lourt
11 In ull Court Keali
I- WM W STOCKING
SAMUEL UAM, Attte ''^k-
\ Seybold Hull *
illanil, Florida
NOTICE TO CREDITOR?
IN AND FOR DALE COnml
FLORIDA. ,N ^oBATpil
In Re: ESTATE OF
Mary Jaffe, formerly Mirr Jatl
Green. Deceased. ^
To. AH Creditors and All PersoniM
liig Claims or Demands Agaiost sjl
Estate: J
You. and each of you, art hetbl
notified and required to prcMm .1
claims and demands which jai.il
either of you, may have against ii
V".",'6 ^of MarJ' Jaffe. formerlj kal
Jaffe Green, deceased, late of kaal
Dade County. Florida, to th* hi
W. F. Blanton, County Judge of Isal
I 'ounty. and file the same in hU oM
In the County Courthouse la Ml
County, Florida, within eight cakaftl
months from the date of tht M
publication hereof. S'.ild clalmi ot el
iii.uiils to contain the legal aekal
of the claimant and to be rwonil
and presented as aforesaid, or sal
will be barred. See Section 120 of Oil
193J Probate Act.
Date July 11, A.D. 1949.
JOAN ANN SILVtt .
As Executrix of the Lait WlUall
Testament of Mary Jaffe, foraejf
Mary Jaffe Green, Deceased.
ELRY STONE. Attorney
1010 Congreaa Bldg ,
Miami. Fi.i
7/15-22-29 8/5
N0T'CE nam|RlaFwCTITIOUS
Ken'^ StS?^U' "'KS of
\i .?, 'v""-h Cleaners at fitr.
tigSffi!* App,|ea,s
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
The Jewish Flori JJcits your legal noUces.
w appreciate yoUr
Peonage and auaran.
ee accurate service at
legal rates. Phone 2-1141
'or messenger service.
you. K confessed ly
aWWifia..... ".....'"'-
rSrt.I'EiAT>HERMAN,
"'"cut Court 8eal) tlrcu,t r'""i
Bl F j. ooijlD,
SAM SILVER ity Clem
soii.ito, ,,. piamm,
iroi Contreta biuk
'an>l, Plorlda
' -'-' B/5-12
'N TI^T/^7P^-------
ELEVENTH iUl Ir a'!'1 OP '"'
"P FLORIDA IV ,viU-.. '""Ill
"-^'sE'K^^-r1-. '.......U
ant. h N" HOL8ON, I.. :.,',.
Tn->:|^';l;,'U^I-'',"> """" ""V'V'IV' J"'V. 149.
' ;' Court seal)0l Clrcult Court-
1 W-M. W. STOCKINO
SAMCBL j i;\vn .'''"'"v Clark.
FI..,Ma B
- < S -1 22 29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUI
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tHl
the undersigned, deslrlna- to engagtll
buslneaa under the fictitious naoill
Royal Palm Grocery at 2249-51 N. W|
2nd Avenue, Miami, Florida, inteaHl
reitister said name with the CkrKI
the Circuit Court of Dade CoeKl
Florida.
EARL SUSANECK
ESTELLE ST.SA.NKI
7/15-22-29 8/5
th
NOTICE UNDER FICTITI0U!
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tail
>ie undersigned, desiring to e:.ji'|
liUKlnesa under the fictitious i'*
I PINE VIEW APARTMENTS. n
1 VIEW APARTMENTS at *.
142nd Street, Miami Beach, WM
I Intend to register said name aflBIB
Clerk of the Circuit Court of D"!
'County. Plorlda.
8AM DIRNBACH
MARY H1RNBACH
CHARLES B1RNBACH
HYMEN UKE
Attorney for Owners
7/8-15-22-X9 8/5 J
" N W fiv 1 ra"d Sundry
Florida, Intend. ... '"' ,sv,*t. Miami.
'il '!?."'* to l,e
'"d In The
Jewlah Ploriduln
p 1. ..Ju|y. 1941
"-wssjwrt:---
This
rWHW. STOCKING
1 ,S5SM*saar^
' V. v V
he m^Z
:V,, ",!"i:kei. thi, Tday
rf of '.'^Tm ER.MAN-
By WM. W. STOCKING
'/8-15-22.i '"'"tiff.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW _|
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ttjl
the undersigned, desiring to enf'l
buslneaa under the fiitltlous a I
A. and M. Furniture Dealers a "!
S. Miami Avenue. Miami, P"1*-:!
tends to register said name ,lur"8
Clerk of the Circuit Court o '
County, Plorlda. ,n
ABE KRONENFELD
I Myers. Helman A Kaplan.
'Mi Seybold Bldg.
Miami, Florida
Attorneys for A. and M.
Furniture Dealers
7.8-15-22--29 8/5
NOTICE TO AgPjASsrtJ
IN THE CIVIL COURT OF B.JSI
IN AND FOR DADE W F
PLORIDA.No. SS67J. ,
L U. PEBLE, Plaintiff. ^
OIRALAMO ROSPR'Jd1 U*|
ELISABETH JINMK RObP'^
his wife. Defendant*. -a r j
TO: OIRALAMO KoSIMlIJ'^JI
ELISABI9TH JINNIE """ I
LIOSI, Defendants ysl
2324 West 24th Street. 8un -
Number Three. Miami Besrfc '
Tou and each of you art
to file with the Clerk of .1
named Court at Miami, f*"4-f
or befora the 12th day a|
1948. your written appearanwsm
suit brought against W r i
'if which a decree pro conf^
be entered agalnat you. v
DONE AND ORnEKLP at
Plorlda, this 15th d^y or "
W. CECIL WAlgi
Clerk. Civil Court of ^l
(8*",) nlMfWlJ
By CHARIjKS^
UERBHON 8. MILLER ("' CM>
Attorney for Plaintiff
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
7/22-29 8/5-18


LY. JULY 29, 1949
tgler-Granada
iter Makes
liday Plans
Flagler-Granada Jewish
will hold Rosh Hashanah
fom Kippur services at the
Gables Woman's Club, ac-
fig to an announcement by
n Feldman, president,
rjmittee in charge of ar-
pnents includes Berry Clein,
lan; Herman Feldman, Sol
erg, Sam Kirschner, Ben
Joe Masters, and Mr. and
i James Segal. Tickets will
for $7.50 and $5.00 and re-
gions may be made by call-
feldman at 48-7641, Masters
1-6477, Kirscher at 48-8347,
at 4-6571 and Segal at
. Rose Roskin was elected
the office of corresponding
ary at a recent meeting of
roiip.
women's activities com-
of the group is completing
for a rummage sale to be
the latter part of August.
[member wishing to donate
Jng for the sale is asked to
it to the home of Mrs. Rose
lan, 4906 S.W. 6th St.
j Miamians
ft, U-F Degrees
arteen Miamians were among
candidates for degrees at
Jniversity of Florida com-
fcement exercises, which
fed the end of first summer
d1 session.
class, one of the largest in
ler session history, almost
led the 186 candidates for
ime period last year. Of the
idates, many of whom were
Ic school teachers, 235 re-
fed bachelor degrees, 23 law,
tasters, 5 Ph. D. degrees and.HavaiiaT Cuba, at the close"oYthe
Doctor of Education. meeting.
liam A. McRae, Jr., presi-1
of the University Alumni
ciation, delivered the com-
Kronenfeld Named
To District BB Post
John Kronenfeld, president of
Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, has
been appointed district chairman
of membership retention, accord-
ing to a communication received
here from Julius Fisher, District
Grand Lodge secretary.
Kronenfeld will direct cam-
paigns in 1949-50 in seven south-
eastern states with a view to-
wards stimulating interest and ed-
ucating Jewish communities in
the service programs of B'nai
B nth.
In the Greater Miami area
Kronenfeld will serve on the na-
tional membership drive commit-
tee appointed by the B'nai B'rith
Council to plan a Dade County
membership drive starting Octo-
ber 13, the 106th anniversary of
the founding of the Jewish service
organization.
+ kisl thrklknr
SE
PAGE ELEVEN
A Valuable Shipment Starts for the Holy Land
Musical Program
Will Highlight
Sholem Meeting
An evening of musical enter-
tainment will highlight the
Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, meet-
ing scheduled for Tuesday, August
9 at 8:15 p.m., at Congregation
Beth El, 500 S.W. 17th Ave.,
Frank Jaffe, program chairman,
has announced.
Vocal numbers and piano se-
lections will be presented and an
amateur show will include talent-
ed youth of the B'nai B'rith or-
ganizations.
The program committee will
award a free weekend for two in
Three Scrolls of the Law and a rare set of Shas, the Talmudic
commentary, were part of a shipment of religious articles shipped
to Israel this month by the Mizrachi Women's Organisation of
America, major women's religious-Zionist group in the United
States. Pictured above (1. to r.) are Mrs. Nachman H. Ebin, national
?ice president and chairman of Mizrachi Women's Child Restoration
Department; Rabbi Aaron D. Burack: Rabbi Simcha Rabinowitz,
and Mrs. Lionel Golub. acting national president and chairman of
the national board of Mizrachi Women. Photo was taken just before
Rabbis Burack and Rabinowitz. who accompanied the shipment,
embarked on the Nepiunia, sailing direct for Israel.
cement address,
nians who received de-
include Thomas Hendry
Mull, Jr., LLB; Marshall
^n, LLB; Bart Leonard Cohen,
John Shelton Fleming,
Channing Henry Fox, BS;
td William Hagen, BSPA;
Freeman Munro, BSBA;
Edward Moore, BSBA; Hans
rla-Nielson, BEE; William
Scott, LLB; Norman Frank
ion, MA; Dennis E. Wheeler,
Sam Porter Young, BSBA;
is Ser, BAE.
'fobs Chapter To
>Id House Party
Rbbs Chapter, BBYW, will
its third annual house party
[weekend of July 29, 30 and
t the Delano Hotel, 17th St.
| Collins Aye., Miami Beach.
|ram will include swimming,
eing, entertainment and pa-
parties.
ris Klein, social chairman, is
'large of the affair. Assisting
are Doris Brown, president,
Thelma Schwartz.
Members of the Sholem Women
Chapter will serve refreshments.
The public is invited.
Temple Isaiah Women
To Sew For Bazaar
The Temple Isaiah sewing
group will meet every Tuesday
night at 8 o'clock at the temple
to work on items for a bazaar
to be held in November, accord-
ing to an announcement by Mrs.
Clara Mae Van Ness, sisterhood
president
Mrs. L. Littman is designer for
the group. On the cutting com-
mittee are Mrs. S. Sheldon and
Mrs. C. Augustine. Mrs. M.
Lencer is in charge of genera!
merchandise.
Life Insurance Eatataa
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12:00 Noon to 1:30 P. M.
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A Variety of Stars in the
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CLASSICALLITURGICAL
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Listen to our Now Feature
"JEWISH HUMOR"
M. Naiatir, Program Director
Spend Your
SUMMER VACATION
at the
De Soto Hotel and Health Resort
SAFETY HARBOR. FLORIDA
Rest and rolax at one of the Wmi Coast's finest
hotels. Spring Vacation rates of $8 per day. American
Plan, effective now.
TELEPHONE: CLEARWATER. FLA.. 2567
SERVING
GREATER
MIAMI
MILK CREAM ICE CREAM
CHILDREN NEED
Homogenized Vitamin "D" Milk
PHONE 5-6537
Roth Names Mrs. Fink To
Beach Planning Unit
Councilman Burnett Roth has
announced that he will appoint
Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink as his
representative on the seven-man
committee which will study the
scope and type of planning com-
mittee needed by Miami Beach.
Formation of a committee de-
signed to investigate and report
on the kind of planning group
needed was unanimously ap-
proved by the city council last
week.
Mrs. Fink, a long time resident
of Miami Beach, is active in Ha-
dassah and other civic organiza-
tions.
GORDON ROOFING AND
SHEET METAL WORKS
Have yaur roof repaired now; you
will eave an a new reof later
"Satlefaetery Work by
xeerlenced Men"
414 S. W. SSnd Avenue
PHONK 4-6SS0
Miamians At \. Y.
Hotel Opening
Among the Miamians present
at the recent opening of the Loon
Lake Hotel and Cottages, Frank-
lin County, New York, were Dr.
and Mrs. Morris Goodman and
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Goodman.
The hotel and cottages are sit-
uated 1800 feet high in the
Adirondacks amid 3000 acres of
picturesque landscape and forests.
There is an 18-hole golf course
on the premises, as well as a three
mile private lake and clay tennis
courts.
Program at the resort includes
riding, boating, water skiing, fish-
ing, swimming and sun basking
on the sandy beach. Movies, thea-
tricals, specialty nights are on the
agenda.
Dietary laws are observed.
The resort is easily accessible
by automobile, train and plane.
AUTO GLASS
Installed While You Wait
Full Line of
Auto Accessories and Parts
ADAMS GLASS
SERVICE
1805 Purdy Avenue
Call 58-3756 or 5-4316
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Beach Optical
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PAGE TWELVE
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Vacationer's Dream Comes To Fruition
In Projected Miami Beach Athletic Club
On a vacation trip in the sum-
mer of 1939, a prominent Beach
resident happened to visit three
of the outstanding sports clubs
of the nationthe famous New-
York Athletic Club, the Penn-
svlvania Athletic Club in Phila-
delphia and the Detroit Athletic
Club. He swam in luxurious pools,
trimmed his waist on squash and
handball courts. relaxed in
scientifically perfect steam rooms
and dined and drank in the type
of surroundings a man of taste
enjoys.
He asked himself why Miami
Beach did not have an athletic
club, a meeting place where citi-
zens and visiting residents could
meet in an atmosphere of relaxa-
tion and congeniality? In this va-
cationer's rr.ir.d a germ of an idea
took hold an idea that grew into
a positive approach to a natural
civic need.
What could be done to turn an
idea into a fact? And who were
the ones to do it?
Obviously, the answer lay with
a group of civic-minded men who
not only loved Miami Beach for
itself, but who also looked ahead
to the day when it must have
equally fir.e establishments and
a diversity of interests to hold
its unique position among the
centers of the nation.
And so this group of profes-
sional and business men. led by
Alan Gale, Ernie Woolfe, Moe
Browarnik and Morton Rother.-
berg. went into action.
They selected a piece of land.
170x200 feet in size, at 67th St
overlooking Indian Creek. On
this site they will erect a build-
ing to be known as the Miami
Beach Athletic Club. The entire
proiect will cost approximately
S500.000. The club will have a
swimming pool, fully equipped
gvmr.asium, size 40x60. handball
courts, 1.000 lockers, steam cabi-
nets, massage and sun rooms, an
all-stainless steel kitchen, a ban-
quet hall seating 500 guests, an
outdoor dining terrace, a bar. tele-
vision. "Liar's Den" for imagina-
tive sportsmen and modem
lounges for members and their
guests.
A maximum number of one
thousand guests will be invited
to belong to this organizal
Cost of single membership will
be $300 per year and $350 per
year for married couples.
There will be no initiation fees,
hidden assessments or unexpected
charges. In addition to the use
of all the club's athletic facilities,
each member will also be invited
to avail himself of complimentary
massages and rubdowns when-
ever desired.
As a convenience to Miami
Beach's many seasonal resident.-.
associate memberships will be
offered. The club will also offer
guest memberships to members
of outstanding athletic clubs
throughout the country
Jr, Hadassah To
Sponsor Dance
Final plans have been made for
thc Midsummer Night's Dance
which the Miami Bech gnii o
other top-flight entertainment
Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz, chairman
of the affair, is being assisted b>
Phyllis W.lpon. Lillian Aronson,
Srlma Lewis, Florence muck-
&Na3omiSegal.Rh^aC
in. Elaine Gordon and Shnleene
' Proceeds from the event will
go to the Meier Shfeyah Or-
ed Children's Village m Is-
rael which is supported solelj
bv Junior Hadassar. funds.
Admission is 51.00 and tickets
may be purchased at the door.
Shown is Architect L. Murray Dixon's sketch of the bar *nd
lounge of Miami Beach Athletic Club, to be erected at 67th St.
and Indian Creek Dr.
Konholz Kosher Moat Products
Phone 48-0346 For Free Delivery Anywhere
2634 PONCE DE LEON
(Cor. Ahneria Ave.)
Exclusive for "999"
Real KosherNew York
Gables Sisterhood To
Meet Wednesday Night
The Sisterhood of the First
Jewish Congregation of Coral
Gables will hold a meeting
W.-dnesdav at 8 p.m. at the home
of Mrs. Anno Platt, 419 Blue
Road. Coral Gables.
Plans will be formulated for
tl e first sisterhood tea to be held
some time in August.
Obituaries
MRS. KATE GOLDEN
.\,. il 121 S tt li J SI was
k e Portia d, Mi Monda) Bh :' av. -
her husband, Richard l i nil daughter,
Rose,
MORRIS J. GERSTEIN
Age 83, ol 2331 8.M Zlmt Si dli '1
'l hurxrta\ nun nlng in .> Iw ul hi -1 -1 -l
foll'itt'lns .i briel illness. A n
he ha* II
Mm eight yean Ini i
frum 1'ittidiurgh He was ;i member
,.l the :. dge "f
I'ltt^burgh and B'ual U'rlth in Miami.
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iwu da ight Ri kiii Laki I'lly, I".. and Mm, I.
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Temple Israel (Reform). 137
NE. 19th St. Rabbi Colman A.
Zwitman; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan.
Rabbi Emeritus.
Hnhbath evening service t tM.
Dr Kaplan II conduct the ervloea.
Coral Gables Jewish Center
S,'vices'discontinued until the fall
Religious Congregation.
N.W. eth St.
4064
Congregation Beth aJ
thodox, 301-311 WuhiaS
Miami Beach. RabbJ JJ
cheloff. M,I
Friday evening Hrtin .. .
Sabbath "ervlce at 8 n ,''
at :iS followed bv Lln <
RAbbl Mesrheloff Will ,nl ^51
Portion of the Week n??
from 9:00 to 12 00 noon
Daily
'jTrVS: SaturdM morning at 9:00
' '..
Temple Iah (Reform). 1065
Dade Blvd.. Miami Beach. Rabbi
David Raab.
Friday evening wrvlres at I.IB.
I'li.i'i Raab :ii conduct the service
lheaerrnwon ..... nnU-
M | Hani ..li !.I''-., of the
Kui.ii,. Hi. Babbatn
A reception :ll follow,
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W.
12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Berele Kelemer.
Pi Iday evening at 6:45.
Patunlaj morning at l:J0 a.m. Mlncha
in in followed by Shabm Seiidoa.
\ .,,! va. atlon until Augimt
|3al rrvlcea at 7:80 l>">. and
i p..
Temple Emanu-El (Reform),
1801 S. Andrews Ave.. Fort Laud-
erdale. Dr. Marius Ranson. Rabbi.
nr ev.nlng services at 8:00.
Rabbi Ranaon will officiate,
Congregation Beth El (Ortho-
dox). 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi
Murray Grauer, Cantor Milton
Friedman.
Friday evening service* 6Sn. Sab-
bath m.'.nine service at <:30 a.m.
lion at 1" m Mlncha I
, JO followed by Shlo Seudoe. ,
lially services a.m. and 8:80 p.m.
Congregation Beth David (Con-
servative). 135 N.W. Third Ave.
Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice
Mamches.
r evening servicea at T.fto. Sab-
bath mori ng services al 8:80, Rabbi
rantor Mamchea will of-
. ..'. Tiah B'a* servicea Wedneaday
ai 7 i1 in
Israelite Center (General). 3346
S.W. 24th St.
Dally services at 7 a.m. Friday night
services at 8 p.m. Refreshments will
be served Immediately following the
services. Saturday n.or.ung services
' t :i in
Congregation Keneseth Israel
(Orthodox). 432 Espanola Way,
Miami Beach.
i" da evenlni si n i es :t 8:S0 p ni
Saturday morning servioei at 9 a.m.
.i at Ti p.m. fellow ed by Shalos
Temple Beth Sholom (Liberal).
4144 Chase Ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor
Samuel Kelemer.
Frldi ... j v,,...... Mrvti e at
S IS p ii
Congregation beth Tfilah (Or-
thodox). 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami
Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovsky.
Friday evening service .a 6:4". p m.
t Rabbi
Rackovsky will speak on the
Choici of I., .ei. i phlp," Saturda al
in. Rabbi Rai k. vakj win apeak
" >f the F i' here." fo|.
""' by Mlncha, Bhalos Beudoe and
of P lestlnlan songs Manriv
*'" '"How. 1 ervlcos al T 80 a m
n Ml hna will be add:..-.-. d
1" '' ,l;"' Bervlces at 1 no p.m.
In Jewish burg
Btouia
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center (Conservative). 1701
Washington Ave.. Miami Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor
Jacob Y. Goldring.
I''1'1' nil service si I IS Sat-
'' servlci ,t n. ]>H||v
' ,, .. i< J "" and 8 Ifi phi
United Jewish Schools. North
Campus. University of Miami.
1 ontlnued until fall
.... I(uun
Jewish Community
(CoruerTative). 2020 Pojv*
Hollywood. Rabbi Max Kwk
Friday evening servlee ,
Rabbi Jnseh T.l,,,,,,,,.,, J h
N V. will Conduct the mmt?>
deliver the se,,,,,,,. u,.f, *"*< I
redtow the rvlc. -., fc
"\ l?" im-d.Urln* "srO
wlnhlns a Mlnyan for v^- *
Ml..... t" call Hyman T.||,nf'*"
I II Council Kaoe
Ji.?- ^11fnbl0rK- ^-ho has In
in Miami for 22 yean, yjM
this week as a candidate forfcl
Miami city commission electa
to be held in November.
Ellenbui g. a real estate broksl
has been active in local |
and was a candidate for com
commissioner last year. Heal
posed Jesse H. Yjrborough. r*|
cesaful candidate in District OrI
Principal plank in his pg.1
form, he announced, will )|
"strict law enforcement Hjl
means everything, ir.cludri
gambling."
The candidate said that if ekevl
ed, he would devote full tirottl
the commission job. EHcnburfil
son, Jimmy, former star athletetl
Miami High, will help direct )
campaign.
WcirkniPii's rirclf
To 0|m-ii School
Plans have been completed b
the opening of a Workmen's &
cle School in the new Lycmel
25 Washington Ave.. Miasl
Beach, on or about September lil
Closes will be conducted il
Yiddish and courses will include I
speaking, reading and writing ol I
Yiddish; appreciation of Yiddia|
literature: Jewish history frail
antiquity to the present UK|
the meaning of thc Jewsh hofrl
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and folk-lore: biographies i\
Jewish spiritual leaders aaaI
fighters for freedom. There si I
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Pupils may be registered at SI
Washington Ave. Miami Bejd.
on Sundays fron 10 a.m. to BI
noon and on Wedn.sdays from I
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tY, JULY 29, 1949
of I
the
B.
the
and
1
ik Renamed
licipal Judge
d Frank was renamed as
judge of municipal court
i Beach at a meeting of
council Friday.
|on of Mr. and Mrs. Morris
ik, 1032 West Ave., Miami
jthe young judge attended
(versity of Florida and re-
his law degree from the
ty of Miami in 1938.
tered the Army in 1942
__|Be from private to cap-
u ing the war he served
Ho and a half years in the
,;. Burma-India Theatre.
Fi Bk, who is a native Miamian,
ember of the Chamber of
Co Jrce, Veterans of Foreign
American Legion, Jewish
Fetorans, Civic League of
"-Beach, Young Democrats,
I "".of directors of Congrega-
tion ^Bh Jacob, B. P. O. E. of
M'ifiBBench.
h same meeting Albert W.
Sim^BA Miami Beach police
iii Bom 1941 to 1947, was re-
.:;to that position. He will be
v, -in upon his return from
Shj Sgan, Wis.
I'lBjcouncil also renamed Tom
F. Bth head of the city's con-
f and news bureaus but
Daw revisions which create
relations director,
leason was again chosen
ger of the Normandy Isle
rse, but Art Friedman re-
gimmy Bryson as manager
ayshore course.
rers Call
Hoffman, owner of
^est Furniture Co., this
nswered the call to supply
mother with a crib for
y-
Trial Of Dutch
Official Opens
AMSTERDAM, (JTA) The
trial of Capt. Willy Lages who is
charged with responsibility for
the mass deportation of 70,000
Dutch Jews during the Nazi oc-
S2*l f.u-the Neth"lands
oppned here this week
?t,fh^,1IvJafter the trial opened
the defendant pleaded innocent,
asserting that he had known
nothing of the deportations. The
presiding justice of the tribunal
however read out a letter from
1943 to the effect that deporta-
tion of the Jews would mean
their extermination.
In the Netherlands parliament
earlier, a proposal that the gov-
ernment refuse to permit the
nomination of wholly non-Jewish
foster organizations to serve as
guardians for war orphans was
rejected. The demand was made
gy the Jewish Committee for
Children which also complained
to members of the parliament that
the government commission re-
sponsible for the care of war or-
phans has disregarded the wishes
of some of the parents of the chil-
dren in the matter of conversion,
and the commission is "hostile"
to "religious and national aspira-
Bunche May End
His Services
LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)The
services of Dr. Ralph J. Bunche as
U.N. acting Palestine mediator
may be terminated this week
when the Security Council re-
ceives his final report on the arm-
istices concluded between Israel
and the Arab states. Dr. Bunche
considers his mission completed.
This was announced by acting
U.N. Secretary-General Byron
Price at a press conference here.
Mr. Price said he could not com-
ment on the possibility that the
Council may recruit Dr. Bunche
to assist the Conciliation Com-
mission in its efforts at Lausanne
to achieve a permanent Arab-
Israeli peace. Mr. Price added
that it is hoped Dr. Bunche's re-
port will be a stimulus to the
Lausanne talks to "reach a final
solution."
tions of the Jews."
Communist and Labor deputies
proposed that Jews be appointed
to the commission, but the gov-
ernment spokesmen refused. Dur-
ing the debate the Dutch Chief
Rabbinate and Jewish communal
organizations appealed to all de-
puties in behalf of the Jewish
view.
PAGE THIRTEEN
Businessmen's Council Of Federation To
Hold Outing At Probus Club August 10
The Businessmen's Council of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration will hold an outing at the
Probus Club in Biscayne Bay on
Wednesday, August 10, Samuel
Rivkind, chairman of the council,
has announced. Program will be-
gin at 12:30 p.m. and boats will
leave from various parts of Miami
and Miami Beach for the affair.
The annual meeting will follow
luncheon. At that time election
of officers will take place and an
address on problems of special
interest to businessmen will be
given.
Officers of the group, besides
Rivkind, are Samuel T. Sapiro
vice president, and Joseph Gard-
ner, secretary. Nominating com-
mittee is composed of Joseph
Lipton, chairman, Herbert E.
Scher and Joseph Gardner.
The Businessmen's Council is
composed of top campaign lead-
ership of Federation's trades unit.
Purpose of the organization,
which operates on a year-round
basis, is to transmit information
about Federation and its bene-
ficary agencies to the community
and in turn, to bring suggestions
and advice from the community
to the board of governors of Fed-
eration.
Last year a fishing contest was
won by I. S. Shapoff. This year
Shiipoff is challenging all Isaak
Waltons to a return match.
Rivkind urges all members to
attend the group's one big out-
door event of the year. He
promises that there be no cam-
paign activity and no solicitation
of funds.
Card Party Slated
The Sisterhood of Temple Isaiah
will hold a card and ah jong
party Tuesday evening, August
16, at 8 o'clock at the Sorrento
Hotel, Miami Beach, Mrs. Clara
Mae Van Ness, president, has an-
nounced.
In charge of arrangements for
the affair are Mrs. J. J. Perl-
mutter, Mrs. Jack Brodsky and
Ms. Arthur Kaplan.
Prizes will be awarded and re-
freshments will be served. Ad-
mission is one dollar and guests
are requested to bring cards and
mah jong sets.
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THE RUSSIAN TOWN Of 10SAVIV t3 TTAK AW,
THE SCION OF A CHA8SIWC fAKiW.
IN 1906 HE WAS INSTRUMENTAL IN
HAVING INFIUENTIAL CIRCUS AHLOAD
HALT AKTI JEWISH FOGROMS TAKING
PLACE INCZAKIST RUSSIA.
in w mi Mii rWfWSONtO !Y THE SOVIET
POUCE AMI Ma MKiiri AUA* LATER
HC CAME TOTNE US IN IW TOTAKI Uf
FIRMANENT RESIDENCE IN BROOKLYN,
NY TEN YEARS IAHR HE BECAME AN
MEXICAN CITIZEN.

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WHEN HE VISITED THE U S IN !M9 HE WAS
RECEIVED 6Y PRESIDENT HOO'/ER AT THE
WHITE MUSE.HE LATER RETURNED TO EUROPE1
TO CONTINUE HIS R[i.I&IO'JS ACTIVITIES.
NOW INFIRM,HC STIll CONTINUES TO CUIPE
THE NETWORK Of YESIHVOTH HE HAS
ESTABLISHED THROUGHOUT THE WORLD.......
(ables Station
Airs Intor-Group
Relations Series
Geraldine Fitzgerald. Raymond
Massey, Melvyn Douglas. Vera
Zorina. Ralph Bellamy and other
top-flight stars will be heard in
the new series of fifteen-minute
dramatic programs "Lest We For-
getStories to Remember,'' de-
signed to promote better inter-
croup understanding, over sta-
tion WVCG Coral Gables, every
Saturday at 6 p.m.
The dramatic transcriptions
will be immediately followed by
fifteen-minute live panel discus-
sions, in which the participants
will be civic leaders, educators,
ministers, and other residents of
the Greater Miami area.
Cooperating with station WVCG
in the arrangements for the
broadcasting of this series is.
Coral Gables Lodge, B'nai B'rith,
whose committee is headed by
Edgar Miller, lodge ADL chair-
man, and Dr. Leonard Glickstein.
Produced by the Institute for
Democratic Education, with which
the Anti Defamation League
works in close cooperation, the
thirteen programs in this series
come directly to grips with the
problem of prejudice and dis-
crimination.
"The Outcasts," starring Ralph
Bellamy, noted stage and screen
actor, has been selected for the
program tomorrow evening.
Participants in the panel dis-
cussion following the broad-
cast will be: Dr. Jess Spirer, co-
ordinator of the University Guid-
ance Center, University of Miami,
who will serve as moderator:
William L. Pallot. Coral Gables
attorney; Herbert Gelernter. pres-
ident of Coral Gables Jewish
Center: Lewis Edwards, Coral
Gables realtor.
"Stories to Remember." the
12th "Lest We Forget" series of
fifteen-minute transcribed drama-
tic programs, is devoted to prob-
lems of inter-group tensions in
the united States as viewed by
MacKinley Kantor, Dorothy Can-
field Fisher, Irwin Shaw, George
and Helen Papashivly. B. J.
Chute, Carl Glick and other out-
standing American writers.
Each of the stories included in
the series has appeared in such
national publications as Reader's
Digest. Saturday Evening Post.
New Yorker Magazine. Colhc:'.-.
Mademoiselle, Seventeen and the
Woman's Home Companion.
Subsequent programs in the
series will include "Rosika,
the Rose," starring Vera Zorina:
"My Little Boy," starring Melvyn
Douglas; "Yes, Your Honesty,"
starring Stefan Schnabel: "Sea-
soned Timber," starring Raymond
Massey; "Birthday Gift," starring
Hugh Marlowe; "That Greek
Dog," starring Everett Sloane;
"There Isn't Time Now," starring
Bambi Linn; "Act of Faith." star-
ring Alan Baxter; "My Song,
Yankee Doodle," starring Helen
Claire; "Watch That Play, Little
Man," starring Jav Jostyn; and
'Bonus Notches, Pal," starring
Betty Garde.
Hurewitz Unveiling
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the late Mrs.
Anna Hurewitz, wifi ol Nathan
Hurewitz, mother of Sam W.
Shapiro. Dr. Arthur Shapiro. Hi :-
bert Hurewitz ;.nd Mrs. Lillian
Sorin. will take place Sunday at
11 a.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery
with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiat-
ing. Relatives and friends ore
asked to be present.
Kadimah Club To
Hold Dance
Plans have been completed for
the second annual summer dance
of the Kadimah Club of Pioneer
Women, to be held tomorrow eve-
ning at the Ritz Plaza Hotel, 17th
St. and Collins Ave., Miami
Beach.
San Kanez orchestra will pro-
vide music for dancing. Highlight
of the evening will be dance con-
tests.
Chairman of the event is Mis
Michael Fiedler, who is being
assisted by Mrs. Sam Margarettcn,
co-chairman.
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Polacoff Memorial
The unveiling of a memorial
marker to the memorv of the late
Abraham Polacoff. took place
Sunday. July ?4 at Mt. Nebo
Cemetery, Gordon Monument Co.
was in charge of arrangements.
Jaeubson Speaks
On Station W.MIE
Charles R. Jacobson, executive
director of the B'nai B'rith Coun-
cil of On ater Miami, completed a
on on station WMIE serving in a
panel on Dr. Kurt Singer's human
relations progn
Jacobson was a former em-
ployees relations director at
Am-v Air Field du
the wai let, c. t :
studies in socia jnis.
iraiion t n i_-n-
hfwS V 'ment
in Bna: B nth, hi v. emi
rCn?cagrkerin
Also serving on the problem
f3"';1 Irene Cunimin
teacher a, Miami Be,, Hig
The program features local spe-
cie ists in the fi | humaVrt
i,','"^ uWh? pre-
sented by Greati v ,,, hJ0cn.
ers and present analyses of .
problems over the a:: Dr. Sineer
acts as moderator. The pub i" is
KwuairdfeeirrSs^
inctnKiu.,1 or group relat:on^ to
Dr. Singer care of station WMIe!
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NORMAN R. LYONS
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The author gives the reasons
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LY, JULY 29, 1949
N
m Day Slated
August 20,21
la DayMiami Beach's con-
Ion to a firmer Pan Ameri-
riendshiphas been slated
weekend of August 20.
C. Kimball, chairman of
Bmmittee, announced today
election of the Versailles
as the scene of the official
|tion party for delegates and
to take place at S p.m.,
iy, August 21. Leonard H.
nan will represent the own-
[the Versailles Hotel at the
ny Cuban dignitaries, includ-
frO-year-old Dona Mercedes
de Leon, direct descendant
Spanish explorer and dis-
er of Florida, as well as
3r Claude Pepper, Governor
Warren and Mayor Harold
will be on hand,
lural portrait called "Bridge
..:^fcon(i.-hip" will be presented
^rlos Prio Socarras, president
pba, by the Versailles Hotel,
i expression of good will. The
|ng is the work of Artist Bob
of Miami Beach.
facials and their guests will
resented on the Versailles
sion show that evening be-
9 and 9:30.
Eests to the cocktail party will
Ivited by invitation only.
+Jewish Ihrtdlan
PAGE FIFTEEN
Lde Blood Bank
tains Workers
Dade County Blood Bank
onducting the first formal
|ing for blood bank techni-
in the country.
Wte program may become a
tl for others at laboratories
hospitals throughout the
try, Dr. John Elliott, director
bank, said, for the school
| is the first in a move by the
rican Association of Blood
Is to develop a system of
Ified training schools..
Ith blood banks multiplying
llvthere are already over
|n this countrythe need for
Jicians is acute. Dr. Elliott
pined. "The work of blood
has become so compre-
pve that it is no longer possi-
lcarn techiques in a matter
ireeks," he continued, "the
has now become a minor
leal specialty."
>e first class at the Dade
kty institution includes medi-
[ students, graduate nurses,
licians. They will receive a
e-months course, which will
Mr six hours of practical
and two hours of lectures
he initial class is composed of
students from four states.
m&EP Harold Turk of Miami Beach and Dr. Donald Michelion. Hillel director at the Univer.ity
Alumiir* JZ2E*r2& aMO"at member* of Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity by the Greater Miami
h". -I % k 1 the.35ouPSundy. July 17. at Alan Gale'i Celebrity Club, Miami Beach. Pic-
?E*&*3S*&J&S&^l'*2m ceremonies are (1. to r.) Beach Councilman
f ..?. L" J,rT,Urlt' Sr: M"****". Theodore J. Sakowitx, president of the alumni group;
BSSrSTi an^ TlwamEdei8t^- the" who i*WpW in 'he ceremonies were Dr. Joseph
A?ET.mt^eonardTob.n.MRSay.r. Judge Albert Dubbin, Aaron Kanner, Dr. Herman Meyer.
iaini Masada
lects Leaders
krold Herman was recently
ed president of the Miami
^da. Upon election, Herman
a statement that he would
irerything possible to build up
[organization. He announced
there would be "lots of
is, interesting educational
jffial, good fellowship."
^ers elected to office were
our Hinkes, vice president;
Miller, corresponding sec-
'; Faith Alexander, record-
secretary; Louis Fine, treas-
tmbership is open to young
Be between the ages of 18
[30. Anyone wishing further
piation is requested to call
Tian at 2-1761 or Miss Miller
S-2889
Beach Y Buzzing
Baring Summer
Among the summer activities
at the Miami Beach Y are the
Masque Players, a teen age
dramatics group, which is under
the direction of Mrs. Lillian Fox.
The organization recently pre-
sented "Out of the Fryisg Pan."
Also on the summer schedule,
according to Mrs. Carl Susskind,
chairman of the program council,
are the Tuesday night skating
sessions and the Sunday night
dances for young adults.
A new feature which has re-
cently been added to the Y pro-
gram is the weekly swim dance
for teen agers, which will be held
every Monday night at the Albion
Hotel Pool. Admission to mem-
bers of the Y is 35 cents and to
non-members 50 cents.
Active during the summer also
is the Golden Age Club, which is
designed to meet the needs of
men and women over 50. The
organization meets every Sunday
afternoon at 2 p.m. The Sunday
program consists of a business
meeting, social activities, refresh-
ments and dancing. During the
week the Golden Age activities
include a choral group, English
classes for beginners, music
hours.
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A Page Of Miami Jewish History
Editor*! Note: Mr. Bchelnbmi I* a P'onMr i.-M^m "f *na'''':
having arrived h.-i> ... September IS. K'l<< He w.ts oig.mw and
first president of the Jewish Social Service Bureau, known MtWM
rime as the Cnlt.-.l Jewish Aid. and held this office for pn *":
He al.M. -e; ved :is president of B'nal B'rith and was active in numerous
othei civic, religious and fraternal organizations.
By PINCUS SCHEINBERG
On the night of September 17, 1926, Kol Nidxe night and
continuing until midday of the 18th of September, 1926, a
terrific hurricane came out of the Carribean and struck Miami
causing millions of dollars of damage and the loss of a great
many lives. Most of the population that resided here did not
know how to prepare themselves
to meet this emergency as it
was new to them.
Relief organizations were set
up throughout the city by the
local Red Cross to take care of
those who were hit and those
whose homes and properties
were destroyed.
The Jewish population at that
time was no exception and a cry
came forward from a large part
of the Jewry that most of their
possessions were wiped out and
needed immediate help to main-
tain life.
While a Jewish desk was set up
in the office of the Red Cross to
take care of the emergency, it
was not a true representation of
the Jewish population. A meet-
ing was called by a leader of the
Jewish people at that time and
was held at the Gralyn Hotel to
see what could be done for those
in distress.
The local Jewish Relief Agency
in existence at that time and
known as the United Jewish Aid
Committee did not have the facili-
ties nor were they capable of
handling this particular situation.
A committee was. organized
known as the Jewish Rehabilita-
tion Committee and elected for its
president the late Daniel Cromer;
D. J. Apte as vice president; Isi-
dor Cohen as cashier, and Abe
Aronovitz as secretary-
I was elected President of the
investigation and disbursement
committee, with the responsibility
of collecting funds, investigating
cases and the disbursement of
funds. The committee was large
and consisted of representatives
from all sections of the Jewish
community.
At that time there existed fric-
tion between the Orthodox and
Rrform people of this city.
mittee as it sees fit. That sum of
money was received within three
days.
In the meantime the requests
for help were tremendous and
the amount of money we had
available was not sufficient. We
started out with plans to collect
additional funds. We succeeded in
collecting from the Miami Jewish
population about $5,500 and from
outside Miami we collected $16.-
000. This outside money came
from wholesalers who did busi-
ness with Miami merchants and
their response was commendable.
We raised a total sum of over
$26,000.
The machine was set in motion
by moving the United Jewish
Aid office and its social worker,
a very capable young woman.
Miss Ann Saltzman. to the in-
surance offices of Charles Tobin
on the first floor of the Seybold
Building facing Flagler St. Mr
Tobin gave us a large space and
cooperated with us in every way
so as to make it possible for us
to do this job efficiently as large
groups of people and committees
were coming and going daily from
10 to 12 hours for a period of
eight weeks. The committee did
its best under the circumstances
to help those in need. We had
the assistance of banks and cer-
tain agencies so we could have
proper information as to who
needed help and vice versa.
The committees that did the in-
vestigating were double checked
by another committee so that no
mistakes or favoritism would pre-
> ie*HHkrkikU>
Mendelsohns Lease
Cart Fisher Estate
The Carl Fisher Estate, famed
Miami Beach landmark at No. 2
Lincoln Road, has been leased for
a period of ten years to the BO-
ward Mendelsohn Restaurant
Companv by Malone Properties.
Thh landmark of Miami Beach s
golden era will be opened on
Thanksgiving Dav as a modern
restaurant by the Mendelsohn
familv. In signing the lease, the
restaurateurs, who are interna-
tionally known for their fine food,
feel that they are satisfying a
long-felt need for a catering es-
tablishment to take care of ban-
quets and affairs of any type and
;ji,c x!., y hr.s announce
that thev will be able to serve 60n
guests on the premises. Facilities
will be provided for pnvate
parties and outside catering of
iny Magnitude.
Morris Schneider of Fred
Schneider & Co., realtors, and
Louis Chase and Ed Pifer, brok-
ers, handled the transactioi
FRIDAY, July-
Dade Red Cress Notified
About Disaster Nurses
The Dade County Red Cross
has been notified by its national
headquarters to be prepared for
a possible emergency recruitment
of disaster nurses to serve in sec-
tions of the county where a need
might develop.
To meet emergency nursing
needs in several areas of the
country which have been affected
by polio, 12 Red Cross chapters
in the Southeastern Area have
recruited polio nurses in the past
few weeks.
William Silverstein, co-owner of the oceanfront Siji
Hotel on Miami Beach, here welcomes to the Sagamore the I
O. Bordleys of Baltimore. Md. Top prise in the jackpot wo.
Bordley on a television mystery quix was a two-week luxury l
tion at the Sagamore Hotel. The Bordleys were also greeted!
arrival in Miami by Martin Levine, the Sagamore's execua
manager.
we had distributed $24,500 an i
the balance of the money left
over, approximately $2,000 was
turned over to the United Jewish
Aid in the year 1927. I was at
that time able to reconciliate
with the assistance of D. J. Apt
the
Carnival Date Set
T < new Beth David site on
S.W. 3rd Ave. between 26th and
27th Roads will be the scene of
an all dav carnival to be held
by the Beth David Sister-cmJ
Sunday, August 28, accordm|
an announcement by Mrs.
Gordon, president.
Mrs. Albert Lasko has
named chairman of the aflatl
"warring" groups of the rc-
vail. A very large group of menjligious factions in changing the
participated and I do not recoi-lname from the United Jewish
lect all the names but there were Aid to the Jewish Welfare Bu-
a few who stand out in my mind
who did their work sincerelv and
efficiently. One was the late J.
The problem of raising funds to Louis Shochet, founder of Tri
take care of this emergency was
our "biggest headache" as a large
section of the Jewish population
of Miami was badly affected and
we could not expect too much
help from them. The committee
set out to work led by myself
with the able assistance of D. J.
Apte to begin its test.
A wire was sent to the national
secretary of the B'nai B'rith who
at that time was Dr. Boris Bogen
who had vast experience in this
phase of work due to the fact
that he worked with ex-President
Hoover in distributing relief in
Europe after the 1st World War
when Hoover was relief adminis-
trator.
Dr. Bogen came to Miami on
the 21st day of September. 1926
We immediately had a conference
with him. Upon looking over the
situation here he recognized the
fact that while the Red Cross
was doing an excellent job for
the general population, it could
not fulfill the needs that were re-
quired by all, especially bv the
Jewish population. We had at that
time a special Jewish problem.
Dr. Bogen promised $5,000 im-
mediately from the national of-
fice of the B'nai B'rith requesting
wii u'SlU,2 ubeu-,used by the Murray Alstee.
local Jewish Rehabilitation Com-
Jewish Floridian. The large group
of others are all too numerous
to mention. We also had the as-
sistance of the rabbis who were
elected honorary presidents of this
organization. I must particularly
mention the sincere and efficient
work of D. J. Apte in helping to
collect those funds and I must
say that his assistance was very
valuable in helping to carry on
the work of the committee "suc-
cessfully.
During a period of eight weeks
some of the committee devoted
their full business time neglect-
ing their own affairs to make this
task a successful undertaking.
I must especially mention the
social worker of the United Jew-
ish Aid who became the mainstay
for the committee, Miss Ann
Saltzman. Long hours and hard
work did not phase her. At times
she worked fifteen hours daily
and I had to plead with her to
take a rest and devote some tim
for her own needs.
I must also mention Isidor
Cohen who was cooperative as
the treasurer. He also gave a good
bit of his time.
The rabbis at that time were
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan and Dr.
reau. A little booklet was printed
after the committee dissolved giv-
ing the names of all the donors
and distributions made (by num-
ber) and to my sorrow, it was
lost in the office of the Jewish
Welfare Bureau after Miss Saltz-
man left here.
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