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The Jewish Floridian ( October 14, 1949 )

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itd^viislbJEIlDipidliiaun V0L UME 22-NUMBER 41 Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1949 PRICE: TEN CENTS 6,500 JWV's To Converge On Beach Secretary of the Army Gordon rr,v will'speak at the banquet Shic y h Will highlight the 54th annual encampment of the Jewish War Veterans at the Delano Hotel on Miami Beach from October 19 to 24. according to Hylan Kout, convention corporation chairman. The banquet at which the cabinet member will talk is scheduled for Saturday night October 22, at the Saxony Hotel. Speculation has been growing, Kout said, about whether Gray will make a major pronouncement of military policy in connection with Russia's possession of the atom bomb. The army secretary s address will be recorded by the armed services for broadcast to troops overseas Kout said. More than 6500 delegates, representing 38 states, are expected to attend the conclave. There will also be a delegation from Tel Aviv, Israel, headed by Col. Ben Areya. The five-day encampment will attract high military brass and Very Important Persons to a schedule of discussions, parades and meetings. The date October 20 has been set aside as Florida Day by the group. On that day Gov. Fuller Warren will be presented with an award for his efforts to "bring about closer interfaith relations." Invited to attend the ceremonies are Sen. Claude Pepper and Rep. George Smathers. A parade through Miami Beach in which Army, Navy, Marine and Air Corps units are scheduled to march will climax the "Honor The Aged Week" Is Keynote Of Home For Aged Campaigners Meeting '•Honor the Aged Week," according to its originator, is "destined to spread across the nation" was the keynote of a meeting Tuesday night at the home of Judge and Mrs. Harold B. Spaet of leaders in the $300,000 fund raising campaign of the Jewish ihune for the Aged which is slated to begin next Sunday. Judge Spaet, who is president of the home and general campaign chairman, said that Governor Fuller Warren has been asked to declare the week of November 6 as "Honor the Aged Week" throughout the state. The idea for setting aside one week out of the year to focus the attention of the public generally on problems of aged care was presented to the fund raisers by Milton S. Malakoff, director of public relations for the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, who has been loaned to the home to give professional direction to the campaign. The Jewish Home for the Aged, now located at 335 S.W. 12th Ave„ is seeking a minimum of $300,000 to purchase a site and erect a new building able to accomod.ite a minimum of 100 aged men and women. The present home is crowded to capacity with 38 residents, according to Leo Allen, executive director, and has a waiting list of some 60 persons. Some of these have been waiting for admittance for more than one year. Mr. Allen said. In urging full support for the appeal. Judge Spaet said, "To provide a suitable home is a community responsibility. The community must take primary responsibility for the establishment of an institutional program providing care for the disabled aged md chronically ill who cannot bi adjusted in their own honn Judge Spaet announced that the home will celebrate its sixth anniversary with an "Honor the Aged dinner on Sunday night, November 6, at the Hotel Sorrento. Other campaign leaders include Marcie Libcrman, treasurer; Irving Frankel, Sidney I. Bernbaum and Joseph Gardner, vice chairmen: Jacob Sher and Harry Sirkin. co-chairmen of special gifts; and Carl Weinkle, Harold Turk and Max Orovitz, co-chairmen of advance gifts. Baby Peddling Ring Evokes Public Ire A wave of indignation has been aroused by the discovery of a ring operating out of Miami which has been trafficking in babies. In a dramatic exposure last Friday morning the Miami Herald included a reprint ot an advertisement which was placed in The Jewish Floridian by a member of the ring for a period of four consecutive weeks during August. New York attorney, Irwin Slater, has been arraigned in New York for arranging the adoption of babies born in this area by residents of several Northeastern cities. His fee for this service was $2,000 to $2,500. Also arraigned for assisting him in his venture was Mrs. Bess Bernard of New York, described by New York police, with whom she recently tangled, as an "amazon." Linked with the New Yorkers in this baby peddling deal is Mrs. Susan Stauber, Slater's secretary, who resided at the Surfcomber Hotel, Miami Beach, until the group's activities came into the spotlight. It was tall, slim, red-thatched Mrs. Stauber who came into The Jewish Floridian office early in August to place an advertisement seeking a couple to adopt an unborn child. After the ad had appeared three times, Mrs. Stauber telephoned to insert it for another four times. Suspicious, the girl at the advertising desk informed her that she would have to call in person to renew the ad. When Mrs. Stauber came into the office to pick up responses a few days later, the advertising girl told her that the editor would like to speak to her. Upon hearing this, the woman became quite ruffled and began to utter semicoherent statements about having gotten out of "a sick bed^ and being "a very sick woman. She left without seeing the editor, and the advertisement was discontinued. Exposure of the ring has resulted in proposed legislation to oi-tlaw baby selling in this area, tightening of regulations on the removal of babies from hospitals and the formation of a citizens committee to probe into the black market here. day's activities. Thomas J. Kelly has been named acting grand marshall for the parade. National Commander Meyer Dorfman of St. Paul. Minn., will lead the convention sessions. Hylan Kout and Beach Councilman Klein have slated discussions on all types of veterans problems. The JWV Women's Auxiliary will hold their 22nd national encampment simultaneously with the men's group at the St. Moritz Hotel. Mrs. Mae Weiner. auxiliary president, will lead the women's discussions. Mrs. Weiner, wife of Police Court Judge Frank S. Weiner of Rosedell, N. J„ arrived here this week to make preparations for the meet. The auxiliary spent $500,000 last year for welfare work, she said. A feature of this year's program will be the establishment of camps and schools where working wives of veterans may leave their children. The auxiliary also plans to make a presentation of a radio phonograph at the Veterans Administration hospital in Coral Gables Sunday. A meeting of the auxiliary's executive committee is scheduled for Saturday and the biennial session of the constitutional convention committee is to be held October 17 and 18. Mrs. Weiner, thirteenth president of the group to hail from New Jersey, announced that the delegates represent 50,000 members in 41 states. Twelve past national presidents are expected to be on hand for the meet. r'W-'WWW* NEW DEADLINE Effective immediately all news, information and photographs for publication in The Jewish Floridian must be in our office not later than Tuesday noon of each week. ^^" '''**'*W'WW^*'WWWWA''WW Israel Will Not Give Up Holy City Sprinzak Says JERUSALEM; (JTA)—Acting President of Israel Joseph Sprinzak said this week that Israel will never abandon Jerusalem. He made this pledge at a reception tendered by the municipality at which a plea for active Knesset aid in transferring the capital of Israel to Jerusalem was made by acting Mayor Reuven Shraibman. Nathan Friedman-Yellin, Sternist leader and Knesset deputy, said this week: "There will not be any foreign rule in Jerusalem." In a statement to the press he warned that the Sternists would "mobilize their ablest people" to fight against any internationalization of Jerusalem. He also voiced opposition to internationalization of the Holy Places, maintaining that the Israel government could protect them adequately. (In Washington. Peter Bergson (Hillel Kook). Herut deputy in the Knesset, who was the guest of honor at a luncheon tendered by members of the U.S. Senate, this week told the Senators that all Israel political parties are in agreement on the issue of Jerusalem. He added that no one in the Jewish state will tolerate international rule of Jerusalem. Senators Guy Gillette and Elbert Johnson were hosts at the luncheon.) U.S. Is Open To Compromise On Jerusalem Issue LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)—The United States may be open to compromise on the issue of the internationalization of Jerusalem, it was indicated this week in U.S. delegation circles at the United Nations. The degree of compromise, it was explained, will be determined by a multitude of factors involving U.S. obligations to satisfy the interests of the Vatican, Great Britain and the Arab states. However, it is generally stated that the American position is now more flexible than the formula expressed in the opening speech before the General Assembly by Secretary of State Dean Acheson. As regards the overall peace settlement, the State Department is inclined to evaluate this problem in terms of years rather than months, it was hinted. With the peace in the hands of the Security Council and the armistice commission. State Department opinion is said to veer more and more toward an indefinite delay in its efforts to achieve a final and formal peace. Housing Unit Named Mayor Harold Turk appointed five members of the Miami Beach Housing Authority, which will study means of securing federal funds for the construction of lowrental housing projects, at a special meeting of the Beach city council Wednesday. Named to the authority were Walter C. Kovner and Paul Weitzman, attorneys, four years; Jules Channing, structural "engineer, three years; Otto Birn, realtor, two years; and Jack Gordon, realtor, one year. UN Week Slated To Open Sunday A reception Sunday from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Columbus Hotel will open the International Art Exhibit to be held in conjunction with United Nations Week from October 16 to 23. Charles R. Jacobson, who has acquired a reputation as a painter, is in charge of the art display. Hostesses at the reception will be Mrs. Louis Glasser, Mrs. Herman Binder and Mrs. Matilda Ratner. Sponsors of the United Nations Week celebration in this area are the University of Miami, Dade County Cooperative Council for the United Nations and the Conference of Jewish Women's Organizations of Dade County. The week's observance will be formally opened with a dinner which is slated for Sunday evening at 6:30 at the University of Miami student club. Miami's diplomatic corps will be guests of honor at the affair. Chairman is Dr. H. Franklin Williams, acting president of the university. Following the dinner a town meeting on "Can Florida Be the Bridge to the Latin-American Members of the United Nations? is scheduled. Participants will be Walter Walters, of the U. S. State Department; Jose Garcia, Pan-American Bank; Alfred Canel, director of foreign trade, Miami Chamber of Commerce; Dr Robert C. Beyer, assistant professor of Hispano-American history, University of Miami, Grant Stockdale, Dade County representative to the state legislature; Max M. Singer, state motor vehicle commissioner. At 9 p.m. Sunday the keynote address on "The Future of Asia will be delivered by the Hon. Sudarpo Sashtrosstomo, UN delegate of the Indonesian Republic. Monday's activities will be launched with a debate at 10.30 am. at the university. Subject will be "Resolved that the UN Now Be Revised into Federal World Government." Miami Edison High debate squad will take the affirmative, while the Miami Jackson team will plead the negativc. Members of the Edison group are Robert Miller and Tilden Schofield. E. H. Allsworth is coach. Chairman of the discussion is Jack Rosenberg and Donald Sprague is debate judge. Mr. Maurice Klein will make the award. Following luncheon Monday films will be shown at the university's Beaumont Lecture Hall. Slated for exhibition are "Boundary Lines," "Where Will You Hide?" "We the Peoples of the United Nations," and "Patterns for Peace." Miss Kathryn Carlin, chemistry teacher at Miami Beach High, and M. A. F. Ritchie, associate professor of education at the university will speak. A UN workshop will be conducted Tuesday morning at 10:30 at Beaumont Lecture Hall. Subject will be "Women in the UN." Dr. Melanie Rosborough, professor of modern languages at the university, will serve as moderator. Miss Malvina Weiss, principal of South Beach Elementary, and Mrs. Rollin Miller, will participate. On Tuesday at 2 p.m. a panel discussion on "The Work of the Committee on Human Rights" will be held at Beaumont Lecture Hall. Dr. Gordon Lovejoy, professor of Human Relations at the university, wil lserve as moderator. Participants will be Donald Sprague, Leonard Wirkus, Mrs.. Lisbet and Miss Lillian Balseito. Members of the committee in charge of the UN cleberation are: Dr. H. Franklin Williams, Herman Binder, Charles Jacobson, Dr. Kurt Singer, Miss Irene Cummings, Dr. Gordon Lovejoy, M. A. F. Ritchie, Mrs. Clarence C. Cohn, Max Singer, Mrs. Louis Glasser, Dr. Melanie Roseborough, Miss Kathryn Carlin and Mrs. Manus Berman. U-M Hillel Foundation Will Conduct Dedication Exercises Sunday Night The Hillel Foundation at the University of Miami will dedicate its new Ark and Torah and other religious articles for the Hillel chapel Sunday at 8 p.m. at the Hillel House, 3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Dr. Donald Michelson, foundation director, has announced. "This dedication is being made possible through the generous donations of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Einhorn, who contributed the Torah," Dr. Michelson said, "and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Kargos, donors of the Ark. The B'nai B'rith Women of Miami Beach, spearheaded by Hillel representative, Mrs. Ida Optner, undertook the project of equipping the chapel. Mrs. Optner and her chapter made possible the purchase of 200 prayer brooks, two sets of coverings for the Ark and the pulpit and numerous other chapel articles. The Einhorns also presented yarmulkas and a set of Tanach and Mrs. S. G. Rose gave a Torah Pointer. Dr. George Einhorn contributed a scroll of the Book of Esther (Megillah). Other donors were the B'nai B'rith Women of Tropical Lodge, whose gift was a Torah cover; B'nai B'rith Women of Coral Gables, contributors of an Everlasting Light; Mr. and Mrs. Victor Levine, who gave a Mezzuzoth; Stanley C. Myers and Walter Kovner. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will offer the invocation which will be followed by the Torah processional and the signing of appropriate liturgies by Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Kindling of the Everlasting Light (N'ayr Tamid) will be performed by Rabbi Max Shapiro, while Mezzuzoth ritual will be given by Rabbi Leon Kronish. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will make the principal address. Kovner will serve as master of ceremonies and Dr. Michelson will make a brief acceptance speech on behalf of the Jewish students at the university. Rabbi Morris Skop will pronounce the benediction.



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PAGE TWO JFH U/> flcrid/ian SS^SSS:*" Jud 9 e Louie Bandel Cam P ai 9 ns For Commission Post On 10-Point Program FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14. 1949 The Beth El Sisterhood will sponsor a harvest dance Sunday. October 23. from 8:30 to midnight at the Dora August Memorial Hall. 500 S.W. 17th Ave. Eugene Praeger and his gvpsv band will entertain with Hungarian. Polish and modern music. Dance contest will be conducted with prizes to the winners. Refreshments, including stuffed cabbage and fricassee, will be served Mrs. Eugene Schwartz is chairman of the affair. Serving on her committee are Mrs. Max Rappaport. Mrs. Ed Schussler and Mrs. Herbert Schurowitz. Hostesses will be the Mesdames Jack Shapiro. Leo Rottenberg. Gerald Perl. Schurowitz. Alfred Perl. E. Kornstein and the Misses Ruth Selig. Trudy Carp and Jo Schlusser. Ilebbs To Meet Wnliu>sd.iv >ihl Dobbs Chapter of B'nai B'rith Young Women will hold its next meetinu Wednesday at 8 p.m. at the Miami Jewish Communitv Center. 450 S.W. 16th Ave. Guest speaker for the meeting will be Pansv Flaum of the McAllister Hotel Flower vShop and the Pansy Flaum School of Floral Design wh 'ill speak on "Floral Arrangements." Miss Doris Brown, president, is in charge of arrangements Hilary Levin Enrolls At Cornell University Enrolled :n the freshman class at Cornell University is Miss Hilary Levin, a Juni g a luate of Miami Beach High school. She :s %  : at the college dormitory, Anna Comstock House. Hilary was circuit ti n m n gi 1 >f the "Typhoon." staff feature writer for "The Beachcomber." member :' Mati nal ':"•n r Society, and winner of the Thespian's gold trophy for dramatics :n a firsttime award presented by the school. She is the daughter of Helen Alpert, Miami Beach publi(:>:. Both i:i Women Kleel 1 Leaders Mrs. Jack Shapiro was elected president of the Beth El Sisterhood at a recent meeting of the organization. She succeeds Mrs. Charles Stahl, who presented her with a silver gavel. Others elected to office were Mrs. Max Rappaport. first vice president: Mrs. Eugene Schwartz, second vice president: Mrs. Alfred Perl, third vice president; Mrs. S. Geltner, recording secretary: Mrs. Ruth Selig. financial secretary: Mrs. A. M. Bear, treasurer. Members of the board of directors are the Mesdames Charles Stahl. Murray. Anna Bear. Abe Pepper, Anna Sands. George Solinger. Rottenberg. A. Rosen, Sidney Palmer E. Kornstein, Albert Greerberg. Harry Goldberg. Dave S.nger, Phillip Handlin. T:< :-.t ". .;.'.• 1 '. Now Jersey, is named after William Trent, who bought the city's site in 1714. years. Louie Bandel. a Miami municipal judae for the past ten years, has entered the November 15 race for Miami city commissioner. Bandel, well known throughout Miami for his diversified work in community affairs, is campaigning on a ten point program. This program includes immedip'.ished with self-liquidating ate action for adequate sewe: disI a facilities. Bandel decr:>.th< fact that Miami is known Mahi Shrine. Elks. B'nai B'rith. Beth David Congregation. Florida Peace Officers Association. Miami Police Benevolent Association, American Judicature Society, Florida and Dade County Bar Associations and a charter member of the 29ers. a charitable fraternal organization. Bandel was a deputy commissioner of the Florida Industrial Commission, an original director of and attorney for the Dade County Blood Bank and still is an active leader in March of Dimes campaigns. During World War II Bandel served overseas in the U. S Merchant Marine and was chairman of the Allied Masonic war bond drive. He is now a member of the Coast Guard temporary reserve. Campaign headquarters are located on the mezzanine floor of the Biscayne Building. Benton E, Jacobs is campaign manager. septic tank town of the nati Ban :• I 1 poses 1 xpenditure of publicity funds to Along with this a t'i %  r ase the J iv ? JEWISH CUISINE LUNCHEON SPECIALS SANDWICHES SOUR CREAM WITH COTTAGE CHEESE SOUR CREAM WITH VEGETABLES Air-Conditioned Mezzanine Floor slum clearance and pr visi n ( adequate low-cost housing for i persons displaced in such an ment. To further Miami's eo n mic advance Bandel would encourage all types of industry to locate here, provided they do not create smoke or other nuisances. Also he favors in-.:: ed ti establishment 1 ( a P.,n-A: 1 %  Mart, and the creation of a big scale annual Pan-American festival. Bandel want? Miami to have a municipally-owned, operated and equipped auditorium and cultural center, conveniently located. He believes it would liquidate its cost in about 15 years, One of Bandel's most militant in is nth sports program. Tins would bring obvious results in character building and combatting juvenile delinquency. Als %  %  uld develop champions in such sports as swimming, tennis and golf. To this end Bandel proposes immediate construction of at least two public swin ing Is, expansion of public tennis courts and golf facilities for all citizens. All this can be aecomrti n Bi • i nt Park, iel will diligently seek to harmony between the city commission and the water ;. and favors modernization of antiquated zoning laws and Realizing that the city commission is the legislative, or policy making branch of the city government, and the city manager is the administrative head of the city. Bandel will support the city ger wholeheartedly, in accordance with charter provisions. Louie Bandel was born in Jacksonville. 43 years ago. and was educated in Jacksonville public schools. He attended Stetson University, the University of Florida, and later received his law degree at Cumberland University. He has been a resident of Miami since 1926. practicing law here since 1930. Bandel has been as n in ipal 'udge might .:.-. sin e :y40. Married : r Priscilla Bittner the; n< n Frank. a?e 3 : n :880 S.W 15th Smember of the SUNRAYPARK HEALTH RESORT HOTEL-SANITARIUM FOB REST. CONVALESCEMCt ANDOaMKOUU Its W. 0~ COUIT MIAMI. ri QjMOfi Lueky Strike Bowling Drives 2975 S. W. Eighth St. Phone 48-8615 Expert Instructors PHIL MARGOLIS. Owner ED ANDERSON, Manager A. B. C. Sanctioned Precision Surfaced Alleys IMPROVED BRUNSWICK EQUIPMENT Phone For Reservations North Shore Units Plan 'ADL Night' Gilbert J. Balkin. director Fl or Ida regional office. Anti-Defama tion League of B'nai BVith will be guest speaker at the i^L. "ADL Night" meeting of M^ Shore Lodge and Women's Chan Iter of B'nai B'rith to be helri" Monday, at 8:15 p.m. at Temn* Beth Sholorn Subject of Balffi address will be "Bigotry Know! No Boundaries." s Highlight of the meeting wi ii be the Greater Miami prernae rP showing of the new sound film on human relations. "Picture In Your Mind. Samuel Weinfeld. ADL chair man of the lodge, is in charge of arrangements for the meetine In cooperation with Mrs Ada Joseph, women's chapter \DL chairman. Weinfeld will report on recent lodge projects for the combatting of discrimination and advancing democratic group relationships. The meeting will also feature a specially prepared graphic exhibit depicting the work of the Mark Silverstein. president, has announced that an open forum discussion will be held following the presentation of the program MIAMI'S OLDEST FURNITURE MOVERS WANTED LOAD OR PART LOAD TO AND FROM NEW YORK OR VICINITY.. 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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1949 fJenisti FkridHrnri Beach Jr. Hadassah Unit Sells Bricks, Blocks For Meier Shfeyah Village ds PAGE THREE The Miami Beach Unit of Junior Hadassah is continuing its building fund drive for Meier Shfeyah, the orphaned children's village in Israel. The group is raising funds for a new building for the children by selling bricks at $1 a piece and blocks at $5 a P1 "mong those who have purchased blocks in the new building thus far are Mr. and Mrs. Leon Ell, Mrs. Mina Barr, Dr. and Mrs. Jandon Schwarz, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Udell and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bernard. Plans are underway for the "Balfour Ball" which will be held in commemoration of the Balfour Declaration and as a climax to the building fund drive. The dance will take place on Saturday evening, November 5, at the Sorrento Hotel. There will be professional night club entertainment and the admission will be $1 per person including tax. Tickets may be obtained from any Junior Hadassah member and will also be renter Women To Install Leaders Tenth anniversary installation of officers of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center Sisterhood will be held on Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. at the Shelborne Hotel. Miami Beach. Mrs. Irving Lchiman will serve as installing officer. To be inducted as president is Mrs. Harry G. Rogers. Others who will take office are Mrs. Raymond Rubin, Mrs. Samuel Lipton, Mrs. Samuel Wieson, Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg, vice presidents; Mrs. Joseph Lipton, treasurer: Mrs. William Feuer, financial secretary; Mrs. Samuel Ginsburg, recording secretary; Mrs. William Sussman, social secretary; Mrs. Jack Falk and Mrs. George Goldberg, corresponding secretaries. Color scheme will be blue and white which will be used in the floral decorations and in the anniversary cake. Rabbi Irving Lchrman will speak on "A New Year—a New Synagogue—a New Challenge." The sisterhood at its inception ten years ago had 25 members. Today it has a general membership of 500 and a life membership of 57. Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg, who is in charge of the program, is planning a fashion show called "Style Show for Jewish Living." Mrs. Samuel Friedland, chairman of the luncheon, has announced that luncheon reservations may be made by phoning or writing the center office, 1701 Washington Ave. on sale at the door the night of the dance. Members of the organization are also making plans to attend the All Florida Zionist Youth Conclave being held in Tampa I October 22 and 23. All members of Junior Hadassah, Masada, IZFA and Young Judaea are invited to attend this conclave. Weinkle To Represent Area In JWB Finance Carl Weinkle, Miami Beach civic leader, is the representative of Jewish communities in this area on the national finance council of the National Jewish Welfare Board (JWB). which will hold its sixth annual meeting at the Warwick Hotel in Philadelphia on October 29, 30 and 31, it is announced by Robert S. Adler. Chicago, council chairman. The main item on the council's agenda for the conference will be detailed analysis of a proposed 1950 budget for JWB. The council, formed in 1943 to provide a non-partisan committee of review for proposed JWB expenditures, now number 46 representatives of Jewish communities in all sections of the United States. In addition to council members. community leaders not connected with JWB are invited to participate in the discussions of the council at its annual meetings. Plaza Theatre Undergoes Extensive Alterations The Plaza Theatre, which has become known as the showplace of the Yiddish stars, is now undergoing extensive alterations and will re-open for the season completely remodeled. These renovations will make the South Beach playhouse one of the most modern, comfortable and attractive theatres in the area—an appropriate setting for the topflight acts that have been booked for presentation this season, according to Edgar B. Pearce, manager. Last season such veterans of the Yiddish stage as Molly, Picon, Maurice Schwartz, Menasha Skulnick. Michel Rosenberg and Jennie Goldstein appeared at the Plaza under the supervision of Jacob Schachter. BB Young Women Will Hold Dance Clara Hirsh Landau Chapter, B'nai B'rith Young Women, will sponsor a dance Sunday night, October 23, at the Martinique Hotel, Miami Beach, according to an announcement by Elaine Schwartz, president. Dancing to the music of Danny Yates, an "Ideal Man" contest and entertainment are on tap. Co-chairmen of the affair are Arlene Sisselman and Ruth Kalin. Assisting them are Norma Thalblum, tickets; Shirley Marks, publicity; Elaine Schwartz, contest; Barbara Devore, Henrietta Rosenthal, Evelyn Falke and Mitzie Goldberg, arrangements. Tickets are one dollar and proceeds are earmarked for the chapter's projects. Center Nursery School Registration Opens The Miami Beach Jewish Community Center nursery school is new accepting registration of children from 3 to 5 l /z years of age for classes which will begin Monday, October 31. Classes will be held daily Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. to 12 noon in the center patio, 1701 Washington Ave. The center nursery school win provide an integrated program including art, music, dance and creative play guided by a professional staff under the supervision of Mrs. Sylvia Bernstein Further information may obtained by calling the office at 58-2503. be center In ancient Greece the athlete's principal diet consisted of fresh cheese. Style Show Will High lite Meeting Of BB Women A membership rally and fashion show will be sponsored by the North Shore Women's Chapter of B'nai B'rith on Monday, October 24 at 8 p.m. at the Sherry Frontenac Hotel, it has been announced by Mrs. Malcolm First, chairman. 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Flagler-Granada Oroup Plans Foil Winter Program The Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center has announced a series of entertainments for the next few months. First of these will be held at the next general meeting at the Coral Gables Woman's Club on October 20 at 8:30 p.m. At that time trophies will be awarded to the winning team of the group's summer bowling tournament, which consists of Captain Ralph Lang Charles Adclman, Al Diamond. Jack Glazer and Charles Goodman. Eugene Marks will receive a trophy for high mdivi"Vewly elected officers of the winter bowling league are Robert Stiller chairman; Ben Clein, treasurer and Milton Shenberg, secretary. Anyone wishing to bowl is asked to report to Playdium Alleys any Tuesday eveLeo Rothstein, entertainment chairman, has completed plans for a Halloween costume ball to be held at the Dora August Memorial Hall on Saturday evening, October 29. Donation will be $1 per person. Music will be furnished by a local dance band. Plans are being completed for a New Year's Eve affair to be held at the Coral Gables Woman's Club. Admission will be by reservation only and may be made with any member of the organization. Mrs. James Segal, woman s activities chairman, announced that the choral group, under the direction of Mrs. Paul Draxer is meeting on Monday nights at station WTTT and is open to any member of the organization. Anvone interested is requested to contact her by calling 4-0425. Mrs. Drazer will shortly hold tryouts for a dramatic play to be presented this winter. Members are asked to contact her for further information. ( %  .-I l l'* Women To Meet Tuesday A meeting of B'nai B'rith Women of Coral Gables is slated for Tucsdav at 8:15 p.m. at Hillel House. 3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Theme of the year's program at meetings will be "B'nai B'rith at Work and Play." After the business meeting the "work" portion of the program will be "The Background of the Anti-Defamation League," to be presented by Mrs. Peter Glaber, a past president of the Germantown chapter of B'nai B'rith of Philadelphia. Mrs. Glazer for five years was city chairman of Anti-Defamation of the Philadelphia council of B'nai B'rith of about 40 chapters. The "play" portion of the program will be a give away quiz with audience participation. The chapter will celebrate its second anniversary with a birthday card party and enttrtainment on Saturday evening, October 22. at the Coral Gables Woman's Club. Mrs. A. Frank Welhns, chairman, has planned the program, which will include the lighting of the huge birthday cake. Refreshments will be served. SHARE A HOME Widow would like to share her lovely home. Couple or business people. Centrally located. 10 minutes from the city. Reasonable. 1613 N.W. 16th Ave. Call 82-1902. New Ultra-Modern June Dairy Plant Has Latest Equipment, Occupies Block The new $250,000 Miami plant of June Dairy Products Company is "10 years ahead of anything in ite*-" Z hi £ s the word fr m Matthew S. Bandler, June Dairy executive vice president and founder. Occupying an entire city block at N.W. 22nd Ave. and 23rd St., the new streamlined structure features refrigeration equipment of the latest Freen type with automatic defrosting. Hand operation will be minimized by the use of automatic conveyors. Eggs will be candled by the newest machine methods. Egg cartons will be filled and sealed with mechanical equipment. Cheese will be cut and packaged mechanically on stainless steel counters in tiled, air-conditioned and filtered rooms. Offices are also air-conditioned. The building is fireproof and vermin-proof, of steal and concrete construction. The plant will %  %  %  %  ~! *m •*&& DAIRY • icX-•*•""-•" %  .' i *>'iitl.'Itil %  MIIMICMII [IIIIMPIIII iiiijiiii. % % % % % %  iMMffiiriiM REAL ESTATE SALE LEASE MIAMI BEACH Corner residence. 3190 Royal Palm Ave. 3 Bedrooms—2 Baths— 41st St. Area. Near Beth Sholefh. PH. JACOBS 5-2135 FOR SALE GUEST HOUSE BV OWNER 326 N. E. 2lit St. 15-Bedrooms, all newly decorated and completely equipped. Ready for season. Good living quarters. FOR RENT 5 Rm. Apt.—$125 year round 3 Rm. Apt.—$85 year round (in Rear) Separate Entrance—Bath Both beautifully furnished PHONE 3-1434 "" •w*?WpW" fl *^" >***^ %  •v" ••* have its own parking yard for servicing of delivery trucks. The plant will be used to store, process, package and ship such food products as butter, eggs and cheese. The site is 282 by 140 feet, extending along a private siding of the Seaboard railroad. Facilities include refrigerated space for 20 carloads of dairy products. In addition, there is dry storage space for five carloads of nonperishable products. A standby electric generating plant will prevent possible loss occasioned by power failure from windstorms or other causes. Steward & Skinner of Miami are the architects. Rabbi Skop To Speak At Luncheon During ADL Workshop In Orlando Rabbi Morris A. Skop will be guest speaker at the luncheon to be held in connection with the statewide ADL seminar-workshop at the San Juan Hotel, Orlando, on Sunday, October 30, according to a joint announcement by Miss Ethel Pont, president, Florida Federation of B'nai B'rith Women's Chapters, and Gilbert J. Balkin, director, Florida regional office, Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. Subject of Rabbi Skop's address will be "Teaching Democracy in the Public Schools." Widely known in Florida for his interfaith and civic activities, Beth Sholom Ladies To Present Drama "Stage Door," famous Broadway play by George S. Kaufman and Edna Ferber, will be presented by the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom on the evenings of November 7, 8 and 9 at the Miami Beach Senior High School, according to Mrs. Alexander Robbins, sisterhood president. Mrs. Allan Herron, drama chairman, announces the following cast which is being directed by Lillian Fox. well-known dramatic coach: the Mesdames William Loeb, Nicky Markoff, Nan Bernstein, Arthur Burrell, Ruth Foreman, Justin Bauman, Allan Herron, Morry Morris, Ruth Kupper, Ned Satter, Mickey Krause, Rose Segal, Ben Dorson, Lillian Levine, Emanuel Goldstrich, Sidney Barr, Joseph Fenias. Gladys Glickman, Harold Sweet, and Lester Korshak, John Owen, Jerry Green, Joseph Renias, Mickey Krause, Sidney Huberman, Herbert Mathis, Victor Behar, Arthur Burrell. Mrs. Norman Babel is in charge of tickets; Mrs. BertramWaller is handling properties, with the assistance of Mrs. Leila Rosenthal and Mrs. Eli Maltzer; Mrs. Bert Whitman is wardrobe mistress and Mrs. Louis Stoff and her daughter, Mrs. Pat Leslie, are in charge of production. "All proceeds from this presentation will go to the support of the temple's religious school, which is our sisterhood's major responsibility," stated Mrs. Robbins in her announcement. Beach AJC To Sponsor Dance Miami Beach Capter of the American Jewish Congress will open fall activities with a fund raising dance to be held Wednesday at 9 p.m. at the Versailles Hotel. Miami Beach, according to an announcement by Mrs. William Loeb, president. Chairman of the event is Mrs. Alfred Lesser. Assisting her are Mrs. Murray Blane, co-chairman; Mrs. Jerome Kimball, publicity; Mrs. Herbert Greenberg, hospitallt3 Hostesses will be the Mesdames Rose Weiss. Martin Genet, Ernest Busker, Morris Rabmowitz, Emanuel Baskind Arthur Kimmel, Irving Adelberg. Mac Weiner, Carl Rafey. Bertha Yogoda Louis Makofsky, Lillian Swift Emanuel Gilbert. Frank Glazer Mary Pollak, Harry Seller? Greene Matthew Silverstein and George BerK. Rabbi Skop has been a leader in the movement for developing intergroup education programming in the public schools. He is chairman of the standing Florida State Committee on Sectarian Encroachments in the Schools. Sponsored by the Florida Federation of B'nai B'rith Women's Chapters, in cooperation with the Florida regional ADL office, the seminar-workshop will be devoted to a discussion and demonstration of projects, programs and materials for building good human relations in the communities of our state. .Mrs. Sam Silver is serving as chairman of the Greater Miami delegation to the all-day session. Co-chairmen of the program are Mrs. William Wolfson of Tampa, Florida state ADL women's LEGAL NOTICE ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCl'lT COURT OP THE 11th JUDICIAL, CIRCUIT IX AXU FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHAXCERY, Xo. 127702. MARIAN B1ALAC XEVEL. Plaintiff, vs. JOSEPH E. XEVEL, Defendant. THE STATE OF FI,ORIDA TO: JOSEPH E XEVEL 1898 Blllingsly Terrace, Bronx, Xew York You are hereby required to flic your appearance to Plaintiff's Bill of Complaint for Divorce in the abovestyled cause on or before the 14 day of November, 1949. otherwise the allegations of said Bill will lie taken as confessed by you. DATED at Miami, Florida, this 12 day of October, 1949. E. B. LEA THERM AN, Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FED IE, Deputy Clerk. JOSEPH W. MALEK Solicitor for Plaintiff 1703 Congress Building Miami, Florida 10/14-21-28 11/4 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTS", FLORIDA. — IX CHAXCERY, Xo. 127635. SAMUEL WEISER. Plaintiff, vs. IDA C. WEISER. Defendant, TO: IDA C. WEISER lfi Ridge Street Tuckahoe. New York YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED lhai a suit for divorce has been Instituted against you, and you are hereby required to file therein your appearance or answer on or before Xoyejnber 7. 1949, otherwise the allegations of said bill will be taken as confessed by you. Dated this 7 day of October, 1919. K P. LEATHER MAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By R. H. RICE. JR.. Deputy Clerk. GEOROE .1 TALIAXOKF Attorney for Plaintiff 10/14-21-28 11/4 chairman, and Mrs. Nat Berman, ADL chairman, Orlando B'nai B'rith Women's Chapter. Reservations for the statewide session may be made through Mrs. Sam Silver, Greater Miami chairman, 330 Seybold Building, telephone 3-6306. The June Dairy firm has operated in Miami for a quarter of a century, supplying its products to local food markets, hotels and restaurants. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .NOTICE IS I1EKKHY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Roberta's Beauty Salon at 1754 S.W. Third Avenue, Miami, intends to register paid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ROBERTA LEE THOMAS 10/14-21-28 11/4-11 NOTICE TO APPEAR IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVEXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IX AXD FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN CHAXCERY, Xo. 127634. JORXA SIMBERO, Plaintiff, vs. OTTO SIMBERG. Defendant. TO: OTTO SIMBERG Alloway Garage Alloway, Xew Jersey YOU ARE REQUIRED to appear to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce filed in this cause, on or before thf 7 day of November, 1949: otherwise the allegations thereof will be (akin as confessed against yen. E. B. LBATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By R. II. RICE, JR., Deputy Clerk. GEORGE J. TALIAXOKF Attorney for Plaintlfl 10/14-21-28 11/4 NOTICE TO APPEAR IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVEXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IX AXD FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IX CHAXCERY. No. 127708. LENA GOLDKRAND, Plaintiff, vs. HARRY GOLDKBAXD, Defendant. TO: HARRY GOLDKRAND, 73 Tremont Street, ISoslon. Massachusetts YOU ARE REQUIRED to appear to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce filed in this cause, on or before the 11 day of November, 1949; otherwise the allegations thereof will be taken as confessed against you. E. B. LBATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit court 8eal) By R. H. RICK, JR., Deputv Clerk. GEORGE .1. TALIANOKF, Attorney 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Kla. 10/14-21-28 11/4 "A GOOD NAME la more to be treasured than riches." Proverbi GORDON FUNERAL HOME SYMBOLIZES EVERYTHING A GOOD NAME IMPLIES For 25 years the name GORDON has been associated with service to Greater Miami Jewish causes. 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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1949 Jmisii tkrkkaun PAGE SEVEN IN THE MAIL >iv Cheek For Voice of the People Column: I am seated at my desk. A few minutes ago I was glancing at my memo pad to see what remains to be done. One notation was encircled. All it said was "ZOA mem check." I pulled out my checkbook and wrote a check to the order of the Miami Beach Zionist District, 235 Lincoln Road, to cover mv ZOA membership dues f„r this new Jewish year, 5710. I am not the sort of person who writes checks just for the fun of it. I will not support any organization without a functioning program. The establishment of the State of Israel hasn't ended the need for Zionist activity in that area, the second of American Zionist's twin objectives—a Jewish cultural and religious renaissance is still far away and requires the unique approach and intensive effort with organized mass support that only American Zionists can give through their result-producing organizations. If ZOA were to remain strong and active only for this purpose — dayenu! But is our political and public relations work done? Israel has a long way to go to reach its goal of security and peace. No peace treaties have as vet been signed with any of the Arab states. Disturbing reports reach us that the U. S government is exercising piessure upon Israel to make large territorial concessions to the Arab states and to accept back large numbers of refugee Arabs. A powerful influence is being exerted to exclude Jewish Jerusalem from the State of Israel. One may say that these matters art for the Israel government and not for us. Right, except to the extent that the American State Department is mixed up in all this. It is our responsibility as American citizens to help steer the foreign policy of the United States. Lister, to this: On September 12. 1949, under the headline 'Friends of Arabs Form Outfit to Attack Israel," the New York Post revealed a "new and wellfinanced propaganda organization" has been formed and named "Holvland Emergency Liaison ProMiam" of "HELP." Says the New York Post: "Its sponsorship indicates it is strongly pro-Arab and decidedly antiIsrael in its approach to the touchy issues in the Middle East HELP has its headquarters in the (Washington) office of the Middle East Institute, an oil company—subsidized outfit which supports the Arab cause and opposes the new State of Israel" and has "close relations with the controlling pro-Arab clique in the Middle East section of the State Department." Sponsors and executive committee members of HELP include Kermit Roosevelt, pro-Arab lecturer and author; Lessing J. Rosenwald, president of the American Council for Judaism; Barclay Acheson, an executive of "Reader's Digest," a pro-Arab, and Alfred M. Lillienthal, writer of that recent anti-Zionist article in •Reader's Digest" and a Washington leader of the American Council for Judaism. See what I mean? That's why I sent in my ZOA membeship dues right now! Sincerely, MAX MEISEL —Kaye and Moldan Circuit Judge William A. Herin. seated, signs the charter of the Marmarosh Federation. Watching the judge affix his signature to the document are (1. to r.) Sam Sapsovitz; Leon Berg, president of the group; Richard E. Gersteln. attorney; Joseph Dube. Harry Pearl, vice president; Sam Marmaros, Sam J. Stahl and Alex Kandel. 1 Marmarosh Unit Receives Charter Charter of the newly organized Marmarosh Federation of Greater Miami was recently signed by Circuit Judge William A. Herin. The fraternal order consists of persons who have at any time resided in the Marmarosh area of Czechoslovakia, their relations and friends, who are either permanent or temporary residents of Florida. Object of the organization is "to promote good will, friendliness and sociability among its members, to foster interest in Marmarosh among residents of Florida and to maintain contact between Marmarosh and Florida for social and benevolent purposes." Officers of the group are Leon Berg, president; Harry Pearl, vice president; Max Bertman, secretary; Nathan Slomowitz, treasurer. Board members are Eugene Myers, Joseph Dube, Mrs. Yetta Farkash, Sam Sapsovitz, Sam Marmaros and Alex Kandel. Most of South America won independence from Spain while the mother country was in revolt against Napoleon. *3W VUN yn ira. rtabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 818 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach Phone 5-3S8S 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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' 1 t : I : I Betrothal Revealed The engagement and approaching marriage of Miss Jackie Nadel to Harry Cygielman, son of Mr. and and Mrs. Eddy Cygielman of Miami Beach, has been announced by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Nadel. 2541 S.W. 24th St. The ceremony is slated for October 23 at the Monte Carlo Hotel. Miami Beach. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will read the service.* The bride-elect was honored Wednesday at a luncheon and personal shower by her aunt. Mrs. Ben Fenster. The party took place at the Varsity Grill in Coral Gables. \ %  dniore Mimsye Seiden Mimsye Seiden To Wed Leon Mav Mr. and Mrs. Albert Seiden of Miami Beach announce the engagement of thendaughter, Mimsye Adele. to Loon May. the son of Mr. and Mrs. Mortimer May oi Nashville, Tenn. The bride-elect was graduated from Miami Beach High School and attended the University of Miami. She is a member .'f' Alpha Epsilon Phi sororit> She the granddaughter of Mrs Charles Greenf eld and the late Mr. Greenfield of this citj Mr. May :s a graduati I V nderbilt University where he was affiliated with Zeta Beta fraternity. During th< -.\ a served in the Navy years The wedding will take plact November 27 at Temple Israel. Bernsteins To Leave For New York Next Week Mrs Irving Bernstein and son. Buddy, who accompanied their son and brother. Sam. to Gainesville, where he is enrolled as a freshman at the University of Florida, recentlv returned to Miami. Sam is a Pi Lambda Phi pledge Mr. and Mrs. Bernstein and her brother. Flyman Rosenblum. will leave for New York next week to attend several family weddings. En route they will stop in Gainesville to visit Sam. In New York the Bernsteins will visit their daughter. Mrs. Shirley Moses Eastman Musician Moves To Miami Samuel Belov, brother of Joel Belov. member of the University of Miami music faculty, has move to Miami A well known violinist-violist, the newcomer taught at the E.>.-'.man Seh.vl .•:' Music in Rochester. N. Y. for 29 years before coming here He and Mrs Belov have i lished a h m< ..: 47ti4 S.W. 2nd St. Miss Weiss Speaks Miss Malvina Weiss, principal of South Beach Elementary s -'. spoke on "Adult Adjustment to Living" at a meeting of the Temple Isaiah Sisterhood Tuesd • % %  ght at the temple. Hostesses at the meeting were Mrs Ann Berry. Mrs Anna Bevni Mrs. Clara Mae Van V << ns are ':•< ing formulated foi membership tea to be held Noier 2 at the Delano Hotel. Mrs Aaron C >urs n :> in charge rang! ".eiits. The executive board of the organization met at the Delano recently to discuss activities for the coming season. Workmen's Circle Unit To Meet Sunday Night Workmen's Circle Branch No. (i!>2 of Miami will meet Sunday at 8 p.m. at the lvceum. 1545 S.W. 3rd St Reports of the Southern conference which was held in Houston recently will be given by delegates, Mr and Mrs. Morris Jacobs, Harry Rose and Max Glieberman. Personally Speaking Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Seqal announce the birth oi a son, Judah. on October 6 at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Mr. Segal is the field representative of the American Jewish Conqress. Mr. and Mis. Sol F-.ne, 5951 S.W. 13th St., announce the birth of a daughter, Temah Shera, on September 29 at Edgewater Hospital. The Fines and family recently moved to Miami from Sydney, Nova Scotia. They now have as their houseguest Mr. Fine's sister, Mrs. Heniy Wolff, who arrived here from Montreal several weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Baum of N. Alton Road, Miami Beach, have returned to their home after spending several weeks vacationing in North Carolina and New York. Mr. and Mrs. Max Hoffman have returned from a threemonth tour of the West Coast and British Columbia. They are now residing at the Adams Hotel, Miami Beach. Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Aronovitz returned horn their vacation in the North Sundav. + David Gross recently underwent surgery at Jackson Memorial Hospital and is recuperating at his home, 634 S.W. 10th Ave. Sailing today for Europe are Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Mannheimer who will fly from there to Israel, where they plan to spend three months. Harold Shapiro recently returned from Milwaukee, Wiss., where he spent the High Holy Days with his mother, Mrs. Fannie Shapiro. Sheldon Gans, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nat Gans, 2531 S.W. 14th St.. will arrive from Gainesville Friday to spend the weekend with his parents. Sheldon is a freshman at the University of Florida. Irvin Schindler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schindler, phoned his parents from New York Tuesday to bid them farewell before departing for Israel where he will live for the next two years. Irvin will return in about three weeks for a few days to pick up his wife and children. He will be associated with the Israel Air Lines. The Sam Schindlers recentlv returned from New York. i temple Youth Plan Masquerade Temple Isaiah Young People's League will sponsor a masquerade ball at the Shelborne Hotel Saturday. October 29. at 9 p.m. Featured on the evening's program will be a contest for the most original costume. Champagne, free dinners at the Shelborne Hotel and other gifts will be presented to the winners. Judges will be Ben Tupler. Joseph Rosenthal, Dr. Seymour Kreisler. Harold Shapiro. Julius Jay Perlmutter and Aaron Courshon, John Gloria, local baritone and Lillian Stein, coloratura soprano, will offer selections and an exhibition of hypsnosis will be piesented by Sy Lippman. Al Kullick will serve as master of ceremonies Chairman of the affair is Evelyn Ell. Assisting are Sy Lippman. co-chairman: Ernie Newman, publicity; Eleanor Keys. hospitality; Ralph Stein, ticket; Shirley Union, door; Muriel Greenberg and Phyllis Nagle. entainment; Richard Wynn. photography. Hostesses will be Janet Sklaw. Barbara Levine. Jerry Krumbien. Trudy Lach. Carroll Bernstein. Gloria Berry. Henrietta Rosenthal and Estelle Rubin. Polish Brother, Sister Reunited After 40 Years As Result Of Radio Appeal Mrs. Benjamin Appel will be installed as president of the Miami Beach Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged on Tuesday at 12:30 p.m. at the Delano Hotel, Miami Beach. Mrs. Appel is also a campaign leader in the S300.000 fund raising drive being launched by the home on Sunday. National Council To Mark Birthday The National Council of Jewish Women will observe its 56th birthday anniversary on Saturday. On that day the National Broadcasting System will present a fifteen-minute coast-to-coast broadcast of a dramatic program entitled -The Council Storv." Council Day will be observed throughout the country bv 226 Sections of the National Council of Jewish Women. In this country council fills unmet commumtv needs, sponsors a broad program of education and social action, and meets the varied needs of immigrants. Overseas council maintains homes for unattached women in Athens and Paris; provides scholarships in welfare work at American universities for qualified Jewish women from abroad, sends supplementarv food and clothing to children and young_ adults in Europe. Israel and North Africa: and supports the School of Education of Hebrew University in Jerusa'.. BAP lladassah Plan (lames IVic The Miami Beach Business and Professional Hadassah will sponsor a games party at the Cad ; llac Hotel Wednesday evening. Proceeds will go to the aid of immigrants coming into Israel. Highlight of the evening will be an address bv Mrs. Herbert Russcol. resident of Tel Aviv. Israel, and former member of Haganah. She has worked as a nurse on immigrant ships and refugee camps and is visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs .' Shawmut. Miami Beach Pictured above (L to r.) are Simon Seiden, who broadcast the appeal which resulted in the reunion of Mrs. Dorothy Harris of Miami Beach and her brother. Feiwel Itskovili, who arrived here only three weeks ago. Photograph was taken by Albert Rosenbaoh concentration camp friend of Itzkoviti. The poignant reunion of a refugee and his sister, who had been separated for 40 years, will be broadcast Saturday night over the Jewish Forum Hour, the program which was responsible for the joyous meeting. Feiwel Itzkovitz, a butcher, arrived here about a month ago from Lodz, Poland. All of his immediate family except a sister, who had departed for the United Garden Rites Join Corinne Adler And Ira Goldstein Miss Corinne Adler became the bride of Ira Goldstein at 5 p.m. Sundav at the home of Mrs. Ida Optner. 2353 S.W. 24th Ter. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman read the garden service. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. May Adler. Red Bank. N. J. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. David Goldstein, Asbury Park. N. J. Given in marriage by her brother. Alfred Adler. the bride wore a champagne satin and lace afternoon dress and carried a white bible adorned with white orchids. Mrs. Mildred Harris was matron of honor and Miss Lillian Adler served as bridesmaid. Best man was Jack Adler. Ushering were Leon, Syd and Dave Adler. A reception and dinner at the Saxony Hotel followed the ceremony. The bride's mother greeted guests in blue crepe with an orchid corsage. The senior Mrs. Goldstein chose navy faille, orchids. The bride attended the University of Miami. Hebrew School Forms Sisterhood Mrs. Joseph Silow. who has been appointed to organize a Miami Hebrew School and Congregation Sisterhood, announces that there will be a meeting of the group Tuesday at 12:30 p.m. in the dining room of the synagogue building. Refreshments will be served. A Succos party was held for the children of the religious school Tuesday afternoon. The committee in charge of the affair included the Mesdames Silow. William Litt. Michael Blank and Hy Abramowitz. States when he was only nine months old, had died in German concentration camps and E as chambers. ..' I ? le 1 _. new American had heard that his sister was now living somewhere in Florida and sought the aid of Simon Seiden. director of the Jewish Forum Hou station WWPB. in finding Seiden told the refugee's story three times during his broadcasts Mrs. Rose Robinson of 242 N W 13th Ave. heard Seiden's account and bolted out of her cha ( friend of hers. Mrs. D Harris of 1232 Ocean Dr.. M Beach, answered the description. Mrs. Robinson's recognition initiated a series of phone c I — from Mrs. Robinson to Mrs. Harris to Seiden to Itzkovitz—which resulted in the momentous meeting the following mornins outside of Seiden's home at 503 S W, 17th Ave. amid a small band of relatives and friends. Itzkovitz. his wife and three children. Celia. 14. Minna. 9 n Irving. 7. are living at 164. W. 7th St. The family came here under the auspices of the Joint Distribution Committee. Sin end of the war they had being in a DP camp at Garmisch, Germany. NOW OPEN ARNOLD'S BAKERY Superior Bakery Products Fresh Fruit Pies. Fruit Coffee Cakes. Tea Cakes, Party Novelties Genuine Old Fashioned Rye. Corn Pompeniclcle (Sliced or Unsliced—Frenchwhite Whole Wheat Breads) Hard Rolls, Dinner Rolls, Bagels "Remember the address" 1757 Coral Way ....Ph. 83-7839 urtfitie's Jacquard Woven Bedspreads WRINKLE FREE BEAUTIES IN TWIN OR FULL SIZE (09S 3 Carefree wonders to beautify your bedroom, children's room, guest room. 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jr. Hadassah Unit To Hold Social The Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah will hold a candlelight and ff ine membership social Sunday ,8pm at the home of Shirley and Lee Friedman, 1910 S.W. 17th Rabbi Moshay P. Mann wili crve as guest speaker. His subtoe( will be -The Importance of v'uihAffiliation with Zionist Oraanizations." Frances Lovinger win offer vocal selections Serving as chairman of the affair is Shirley Friedman, who will £ ass i S ted by Charma Cohen, cochairman, and Lee Friedman Polly Baum, Francene Rose and C A|1 young women between the aee s of 18 and 25 are invited to attend Further information may be obtained by calling Shirley Friedman at 9-7789. The Miami group is undertakine the .-upport of a child named Isak in Meier Shfeyah, the or(anizati >n's orphaned children's Sillage in Israel, according to an announcement by Miriam Scheinbe r g. fund-raising chairman. Isak is a ten and a half year old boy for whom the unit has accepted the responsibility of raising $598 which will provide food, using, education, med| C al car. ind other expenses for a period of eight months. Money for this project will be obtained through a costume ball scheduled for November 12 and a talent show planned for FebAssistin Miss Scheinberg with fund i. ising are Mickey Einhorn and Charma Cohen. At Meier Shfeyah. which has been maintained "by Junior Hadassah for 25 years, there are 400 boys and girls ranging in age from 10 to 14 years, half of whmn ci me from outside of Israel. This half is in Israel under the Youth Aliyah movement and the remainder is composed of under; [ed children born in Palestini A'ho have been recommended to the village by the ice agencies of the country. ADL Leader To Speak At Sholem Luncheon Oscar Cohen, national director of community service division of the Anti-Defamation League of B'ru.i B'I ith. will speak at a meeting of the Sholem Lodge luncheon elub to be held Friday at 12:15 p.m. at the Downtowner Restaurant. Seybold Building. Academy PTALadies League To Meet Tuesday Special meeting and tea for members of the Parent-Teacher Association and the Ladies Lea£ Ue L f ., th n e He brew Academy will be held Tuesday afternoon at 145 p.m. at the home of Mrs. David S. Andron, 3127 Prairie Ave Miami Beach. This meeting will initiate a series of cultural and social activities for the parents and friends of the academy. Mrs. Alfred Stone president, will present the program of activities for the ensuing year. Mrs. Jack Burris will act as chairman of the reception committee. She will be assisted by the Mesdames Louis Makovsky. Al Osheroff, Irving Lehrman. Sol Sugarman, Sidney Rubinowitz, Samuel Cohen and Joseph Rackovsky. Share* I nit To Hear Beautician A meeting of the Sharet Chapter of B'nai B'rith Young Women will be held Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the Louise Laird Salon, Coral Gables. Following a brief business meeting, Miss Heins, salon cosmetologist, will discuss makeup, hair styles and skin diseases. A figure consultant will also be on hand to discuss figure problems. Members' mothers are invited to attend and refreshments will be served. Rosalyn Morris is chairman of the affair. Temple Ladies To Hear Balkin Next open meeting of the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom will be held Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. in the temple banquet hall. Gilbert Balkin. Florida director of the Anti-Defamation League will be the featured speaker. He will review the current motion picture hit, "Sword in the Desert." Dessert and coffee will be served, with Mrs. Irving Marcus and Mrs. Louis Stoff, serving as hospitality Chairman. Mrs. Emanuel Goldstrich is program chairman. Mrs. Hess Entertains Mrs. David Hess, vice president and membership chairman of the M am j 9' ,<)U P of Hadassah, entertained 40 members of her committee at a dessert luncheon on BW [nfu e 0f her h0me at 2190 S.W. 10th St.. last week. Plans tor an all-out membership drive were discussed. This drive will be highlighted by the presentation of Woman of the Month," the member who secures the greatest number of paid up members each m P 1 nt hTo this member a prize will be awarded. Further informo!0 c may be obtained by calling ""5756, Open House Slated Rabbi and Mrs. Isaac H. Ever will hold open house at their home, 1313 14th St., Miami Beach, Sunday following the morning Simchas Torah services. No personal invitations have been issued. Friends are invited to be present. Malek Appointed Appointment of Joseph Malek as co-chairman of the social programs held every other Sunday afternoon at the Jewish Home for the Aged was announced recently by Leo Allen, executive director of the home. Malek will serve with Leo Steinman in preparing the programs to be held at the home every other week. "Miami's Future" Will Keynote Wolfarth Race "The future of Miami" will be the keynote of William (Bill) Wolfarth's election campaign, the candidate for city commissioner announced this week. "I'm running for city commissioner," Wolfarth declared, "because I believe that with competent, dignified, honest and business-like government the future of Miami is boundless." "A real city plan" was demanded by Wolfarth, "with zoning, traffic regulation and capital improvements planned for the future needs of Miami—not for the pocketbooks of those to whom today's dollar means more than a modern progressive city." The candidate promised to "go out and get desirable industry and create more employment" if elected, warning that unless action is taken New Orleans and other cities will "pull the economic rug out from under us." Reporting that he came to Miami in 1935 "with 500 dollars in my pocket and some ambition," Wolfarth is now owner and manager of the Cushman Baking Co. "I feel that I owe something to Miami," he said, promising to work for "clean, forward looking city government that will create better opportunities for businessmen, workers and all the people of Miami, not just a few influential pressur e groups. Altemus Joins Peninsular Staff Robert M. Altemus. certified public accountant and member of the accounting firm of Abess, Morgan & Altemus, has joined the faculity of Peninsular Institute as instructor in federal taxation. Altemus is a member of the American Institute of Accountants, the Florida Institute of AcAltemus countants and the Dade County Society of Certified Public Accountants. Obituaries HERMAN SIMON 72, of 750 S.W. 7th St., paused away Monday. A resident of Miami for S years, he came here from New York. He leaves his widow Clara ani" daughter Mrs, Estelle Judge The re mains were sent to New York for services by the Gordon Funej-al Home. MI88 ESTELLE ROTGARO 44. of 930 S.W. 6th St.. passed away Saturday. She leaves two brothers. Morris and Henry. Burial was In Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Gordon Funeral Home In charge of arrangements. MRS. BESSIE BROITMAN 7"., of 1652 S.W. 5th St., passed away Sunday. Services was held In Gordon Funeral Chapel with burial in Mt. Sinai. MRS. ROSE LEFOWITZ 70, of 1408 N.E. Bay-shore PI., died Monday. She is survived by two sons, William and Joseph Levine, of Miami. The remains were sent to New York for services by the Gordon Funeral Home. MAX J. FINKELSTEIN 6(i, of 735 Alton Road, passed awav Monday. He is survived by his wife. Florence. The body was sent to Serani.ii liy Goidon Funeral Home fur services. Jacob Brandon (center), president of Maimonides Lodge of nai B'rith, Havana, Cuba, displays first issue of "La Voi de la B'nai B'rith," Spanish language B'nai B'rith bulletin prepared by Maimonides Lodge, at lodge meeting held in Havana. Also shown "• 1 r.) are Gilbert J. Balkin, director, Florida regional office, AnhDefamation League of B'nai B'rith, and Marcus Mattenn, "ociate editor. Following the occurrence of incidents of anti-Semitism in Havand early this year, the Florida regiona' ADL office has cooperated with the Havana B'nai B'rith loH-d Jewish '-< %  <-munity in lhe establishment of the Public ''e itjons COPTt s o. onai B'rith of Cure, recognised as the ttflUa. agency iii -dvana ?.v hand:in 9 of community relet.ons. J:ie of the -*Ml projects 01 the committee has been the preparation and di-Uibution ot the new bulletin edited by President Brandon. MICHAEL BLUMBERG 70. of 335 S.W. 12th Ave., passed away Tuesday. The remains were sent to New York for services by tho Goidon Funeral Home. BENJAMIN BERGER 63. of 1051 ESuclId Ave., passed away on October 7. He is survived by his wife, Herty, of Miami Beach;" four sisters, Mrs. Goldie Schiffman, California, Mrs. Emma Cooper, Mrs. Anna Abess and Mrs. Rlba Solick, all of New York. The remains were sent to New York for services and burial by Riverside Memorial Chapel. JOSEPH SCHWADE 5170 Alton Road, brother of William Schwade and Mrs. Fannie Fleishman. Brooklyn. Services were held at the Riverside Memorial Chapel, New York City. The local Riverside Memorial Chapel was In charge of arrangements at Miami Beach. GEORGE BUXBAUM Age 61, 315 N.E. 53rd St., passed away Tuesday at his home. He came here seven months ago from Cleveland. He is survived by his wife, Sally, sisters, Charlotte and Fannie Buxbaum, of Buffalo, N. Y. and Akron, Ohio, Mrs. Rebecca Sparberg, Buffalo, Mrs. Sadie Dautch, Buffalo, Mrs. Hanna Rothman, Buffalo, Mrs. Jeanette Meyer. Akron; two brothers. Albeit of Akron and Richard Brizdle of Toronto. Services were held In the chapel of the Gordon Funeral Home, with burial In Mt. Nebo. Rabbi Zwitman officiated. MRS. IDA EVANS 1024 47th Ct., Miami Beach, passed away Tuesday A resident of the Beach for 15 years, she came here from New York City. Surviving are her husband Max, a son Dr. Franklin J. Kvans, of Miami, two other sons and four daughters of New York. The remains were sent to Sew York for services and burial by the Riverside Memorial Chapel. Samuel Weinfeld, chairman of the Anti-Defamation League committee. North Shore Lodge, B'nai B'rith, is shown at his desk contacting the operator of a "restricted" establishment in an effort to obtain the elimination of such un-American and un-democratic practice. Weinfeld has had a notable record in the local community in effecting the removal of discriminatory advertising. He will serve as chairman of the "ADL Night" program sponsored by North Shore B'nai B'rith Lodge and Women's Chapter, Monday at 8:15 p.m. at Temple Beth Sholom. An attack of measles wiped out one-quarter of the population of Fiji in 1875. MRS. LOUIS KRENSKY AUTO LOCK & HARDWARE 1304 N. E. Second Ave. We Have Not Moved — And Are Not Associated With Any Other Concern Drive In For Sales & Service Auto Locks & Keys Speedometers and Windshield Wipers 8c Washers Safety Sheet & Plate Auto Glass Plastic & Fulton Sun Visors Replacement Rubber For Your Leaking Doors, Trunks We Guarantee Our Work. Open every day from 8 A. M. to 5:30 P. M. Ph. 9-3144 J. A. Nilon J. P. Nilon Live-wire clubwoman and ardent civic worker, says: "I have always admired FARR'S 'on your toes' policy. It makes for the finest in travel." -T-AItR -Your Travel Agent" Leonard A. 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PAGE TEN +Jeisli lUrktiari ragAJ^OCTOBER 14, 1949 i i i Roth David Sisterhood To Hold 31th Annual Membership Tea Wednexdav All past presidents of the Beth David Sisterhood will act as hostesses at the 34th annual membership tea that will be held at the new Beth David site. S.W. 3rd .Ave. between 26th and 27th Roads. Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Frank Rose is chairman of the tea and Mrs. Max Bergman is co-chairman. Highlighting the program, which will include a talk from Rabbi Shapiro and songs by Cantor Maurice Mamches. will be a narration of the growth of the sisterhood from the year 1915 to 1949. Mrs. Shapiro will give the invocation Refreshments will be served by Mrs. Ernest Sussman and her committee. Members and friends of Beth David Sisterhood are invited to attend. LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE Rose RR Women Plan Card Party Mrs. Erwin B Marshall, president of the Rose Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women, has announced that a benefit card and mah jong party will bo hold Sunday a: S p.m. at the Delano Hotel. Miami Beach Serviing with Mrs. Izadore Burak on the arrangements committe. are Mrs David Genden. Mrs Harrv Burak and Mrs RavNOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the underlined, desiring l encase Ii business under the fictitious name of M.U'KY S MEN'S WEAR at l1 8 E. v rsl Street HI • Ptoi Ida Inti Is t.> reslstel iatd name with the k of the Cil : : Coui l ••'. Dade C Fl< rids MAl'RT aORVINE Sole Ownei MAX R SILVER w rne; Ipplicanl 1" 14-21-28 1! 4-11 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN" THK COUNTY JUDGE'S %  IN AND Ki'R DADE COl'NTY, iRIDA, — IN PROBATE V s In Re ESTATE I't' SARAH BRAl'NSTEIN, l %  < i • a To AH Credit r and All Pera na ll..-. Cl • %  Demands A I Estat< I and each of >•< an hereby notified i I It preset i and deman ; .wh h s i it'.:,: of > t>u, maj have of SARAH BRAl'NSTEIN, delati : Miami, l '.,•'.. i" luntj. to the Hi :. W F, Bla mnnrl Marcus Mrs Philio Green-1 Count} Judg< .•: Dade Count}-, • •'. ? %  V V !-T. %  e *-_,;i.:<: On aam. In bla office in the field is in charge of tickets and may be reached at 5-4358 for tickets inl rmation. shrru nts will bo served. The chapter, :n coordinate n with thi nati rial B'nai B'r:th membership drive. :> formulating plans I i memtx rship party to Id Uu first wt ek in Novemb< t Assisting Mrs David Platt i ship chairman, is Mr; Norman Reinhard who will be in charge >f program The Rose Chapter is .-. small :' nen in the appi \.:v.a:e ^.i: cr ::? "20-35 Meetings are ht Id twice a m r.th alternating between "•!..;:•.-.: Beach and Miami f< r ::•-. convenience of members A car pool has been • -:... I shed enable members to attend meeting whenever feai ble. For information concerning membership :n the Rose Chapter. Mrs Reinhard raav be reached 3-6632. Reach Masadai To Hold Danee Miami Beach Masada will spons r : "Starlite" danct on th ...:. .•:' -...-. Caribbean Hotel. 3T3T Collins Ave. Miami Beach, i n Saturday evening Admission will re 9S cents and ceeds will g to the Masada project in Israel. Caney and his band and Pete Denaro and dancers '.'. ...:. Lyons Made Honorary Member Welfare Group F [lowing an address by Nor. :. R L;as before the Greater Miami Welfare League on "Unity :r. Lab : Organization." Norman Count) Courthoux Da Florida within eight nl :: %  .:-.: the date of thal*i claims or den an la I main the legal is • nd to b( a* ::. to and present) d .,.af rtaa I, : aamc will : ISO of the 19 I ..' A : Date i : %  :•:A.D. 1949 MAURICE BRAl'NSTEIN, As A ':: %  : .%  .. %  IAH lUNS S eceased MAX R SILVER nej I : A it rat or • %  • %  < -.•. % %  :i i SOT:CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW N I V GIVEN that • %  -. %  -• %  I a :. I INN1 .RESTAURANT %  • %  A'. • %  ..• v m | | :' with the Clerk f thi Cl It nl ':" RAYMOND SILVERMAN Jl'LI) i % %  VSTRi I PAUL SILVERMAN H IR 'LD SHAI :. %  1 i 14-31-SS II i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned lea ng I engage In business under the fi tltloua name of RAH RAH BAT 8HOPPE at .:.I' %  di I., n B evard Coral Y. % %  1 la, ll •%  da t-• ll .-., %  • mi th the Clerk ol thi Cir. ol JACK KERTEi=. S MAX P. BIL\*ER Mi Aj : cant 14-11-!S 4-11 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COCNTT JUDGE ^ C^URT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA — IN" PROBATE S :;s4i lr. R* ESTATE OF HARRY R ROSEN Deceased To All Credit' rs and A Persona Having Claims or D. AgaL at Bald Estate: Ton, and each of you, are hereby not %  • '. and requtn I t present any claim* and demands which you. or either of you, may have ... • • estate of HARRY R ROSEN rartakow, secretary, announced J ?**£? d J* w ^J B a 4*9SS2H n rlda %  _.. ._ • _.. ....__.„-„.„ .. ; •-• HOB-W F BLANTON. County > ..r... c .-...p .n j ui ce of Dads C iinty, and Me the the organization has been conferred or. him Let BERNIE SAFFER Worry About Your FOOD Entertainment and the other thousand details for your Weddings, Bar Mitzvans, Engagements, Lawn Parties, Cocktail Parties, Children Parties, Meetings, Buffets. A Cc^.p'.e'.e C-:e-.-.g Service PHONE 9-0573 JACK k JTLL 24 N W. 7th St. Off Miami Ave. same In hi* office In the C rourthouse :n Pade County. F within eight calendar m. ntha '-r It* of the firs: : ubll I f. Said Lalma r demands I tain the legal address of the claii w< %  % % % %  a> aiforesaid, or same wlfj be barred See sB :: %  %  cl the 1S1 %  • Act. Date October 4:h. A.D. 194. HARRIET E. ROSEN. As Executrix • the Last Wl Testament : HARRY F. R -:N Deceased FRANK E SOLOMON • r HARRIET E ROSEN, Eze .t-ix 10 T-14-J1-J1 ORDER FOR PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THK 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT uK FLORIDA, IN AND Full DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY. No 127564 THK'M'Ol! ROSBBl'RY, Plaintiff, vs LILY ROSEBURY, Defendant. TO LILY R' ISEBURY ITS West 78th sti.-. : New v..ik n. N". v YOU ARE HEREBY ORDERED t" !i:,. \ our appea to the Hill of Complaint for Divorce, filed against you by THEODOR ROSEBURY, on or the Ith day of November. ;;MH. otherwise the allegatlona "f said bin will be taken aa confessed by you. Dated thla 5th day of October, A.D. 1949 E B LEATHERMAN, Circuit Court. 1 Seal) By w.\l \v MARION BROOKS for Plaintiff i" 7-ii-:i-:s li/i STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THK CIK'-UIT COURT OK THK JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. —IN CHANCERY" N i. 117*91. SARAH BRuWNSTEIN, l'laintiff. vs. ISADORE BROWNSTEIN, DefendTHE STATE nF FLORIDA: TO 1SAP.'UK BROWNSTEIN Care of Jewish Consumptive Relief s Splvak, C '. %  • a I N :ired to file your 'is Bill of CornAnnulment In the aboveatylsd caused on or before the 31 day .... ... vise the al; .it of %  B :: will be taken •. %  •-%  DATED at Miami, Florida, this 21 day of S %  • i949 E B. LEATHERMAN. i lerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Coil B) M NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, KI.OR1DA. — IN PROBATE, No 22656. In Re: ESTATE OF MORRIS FREUND, Deceased. To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: Y'ou, and each of you. are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of Morris Freund deceased late Of I'ade County. Florida, to the Hon. W. F. BLANTON, County Judge of I'ade County, and file the same in his office In the County Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Date September 27, A.D. 1949. MALVINA FREUND. As Administrator cum testamento annexo of the Estate of Morris Freund, Deceased. MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Administrator c.t.a. 9/80 10,7-14-21 SAM s.:.\ Solid tor fi 1. F I :-:.-. C. FKIOE. D< It} Cli ^ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ll gned, desiring to engage i:i Mi • u n ler the fictitious name of Roberta Barclay at 21< N E 1st Ave., F ntei la to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County Florida. Be:: igh| I Snellenburg Soli Owner A. J. KAPLAN :• > :'• : ap] lie;nt 'ongress u:dg 10 7-14-ii-jq NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage la business under the fitc:t:ous r..-. i Lee Cosmetics at 1522 s W. ltth Street. MLur.l. Florida, intend to agister aald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court c: Dade %  Florida. MRS FLORENCE SCHWAKTUi MRS LEONTINA SHER Partr.ers I3-J0 lo 7-14 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that nderslgned lea ng t ..... the fie 111 KAYE A MOLDAN, PHOTOGRAPHERS it 404 16tl Street Miami Bi I ntend t register a I nami with thi [ of the i 'Ircult C 'ounty. FI ... HARi >LD PAUL KAYE DAVID Mi ILDAN ISHi IN S MILLER Atl ney I r KAYE ,\ Mi >LDAN, PHi ITOGRAPHERS : :. :. n Road FI : :;-::-:> n 4 N • %  .Cai %  %  Fl NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW OTIC V GIVEN that %  Ing 1 enga Ini na nder the flctii s nami ltal Se inc M \ \V Ave. V ml, Florida Inti 1 I %  the Clerk I • %  • ... i f : HENl %  IHIV JOSEPH C !'.' 'SCH 1 -:: --• 11 4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersing to engage In as under the fitcltlous name of Drake Wh Ii : | %  N w 62nd Street In the City of Miami Florida, Intends I register said name •nth the Clerk of the Circuit Court of %  •' %  F : !. IRVING KANER o' LOUIS SCHWARZKOPF Attorney '. r Apt at : ^27 Lin i 23-3} 10 7-14-SI NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GD7EN that the undersigned, desiring to er.. H under the fictitious name of : s JuvenUe B otery at 17SI fw. ith street. Miami, Florida %  •,' r\£i *Z T ?£ ist Z T **!* name w:;h the ..-^Circuit Court of Dad. HERBERT OSTER ,.. .. SoI Owner 1 U-M-JO :. 7-i4 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIltiTIT I'IIIRT t >F THK 11th JU1UC1AL, CIRCUIT IN A.N1J FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. 127492. LEONA KLINE, l'laintiff. vs. ROBERT KLINE. Defendant. TO: ROBERT KLINE (whose present address Is:) I.R.C., Area 6. A. P. O. 407 care of Postmaster New York, New York 1 Whose permanent residence is:) 3133 Brighton 7 Street, Brooklyn. New York. Y'ou are hereby required to file vour appearance to Plaintiffs Bill of Coraplaint for Divorce In the above-stvled cause on or before the 31 dav of October. 1949; otherwise, the allegations of said Bill will be taken as confessed by you. DATED at Miami. Florida, this 29 day of September 1949. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Sea!) By M C. FEIGE, Deputy Clerk SAM SILVER Solicitor for Plaintiff 17"3 Congress Building Miami. Florida 9 10 10/7-14-81 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Union Credit at 2138 Ponce de Leon Blvd.. Coral Gables. Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. EMKAY, INC 9 16-23-30 10/7-14 LEGALJ ^OTirir s NOTICE UNDET7i7rT^r~,^ !" NAME LAW IT| US NOTICE IS HEREBY I.. IIMI ..I-Ul.r.. 1 "**-*• Clerk of the CircTu. nt mt Wl 'h th. County. Florida. CUIt Court C\ CHARI.Es K \M.\MILLER & P^DKVI'* OOL WEBa 23", Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Fla 9/16-23-30 10/7-14 NO-T.CE UNOEp, F CT1T|0U| gBSSUtfSSS, 8KB business under the fletui, .L'l?** In Daao Jewelry Manufa ur ii."r* m at 327 NE. 1st AvenVe. JtaS m Ry Ida, intends to register u 1 5 the Clerk of the Cir, t ',-' ,"; m e lth County, Florida. Court "' Da.| EZRY-EL BOLNDt BURNETT ^{5 T H WnM Vl t 6, 2 n 3 e 3'0 f l O 0 r .7 A 14 P,iCant V N0T,CE xzs£j !"!" zr .NOTICE IS HEREBY Ory-H ,„ the undersigned, de~ r • • %  \ ,lu t business under the flr-'ii %  e "* a In MILTON'S AUTO SERWCR^.S N.E. Second Avenue, Mtomi aSL!? intend to register ,.,. .^^, Clerk of the Clrcull 5t ? County, Florida -: of ^"It MAX R. SltvE^ '^ IN TSI T CSUNTY ?, R 1 ED,T ^ m AND L FOR DV "':" F IUR.DA ,X am In Re: ESTATE OF SAMUEL J Ad %  NOTICE TO APPEAR 1N c-, T 5,rl,9IRCL-IT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT £ AND FOR DADE COUNTY. ""344 "" CHANCERY, No. MAURICE R. JOHNSON. Plaintiff, vs. MARY RITA JOHNSON, -Defendant. You. MARY RITA JOHNSON, 469 Guy Park Avenue. Amsterdam. New 1 ork, are notified to file your appearance in the above cause for divorce V.o e v 24th dav of October. A.D. .if* .otherwise decree pro confesso ill be entered against you. \D at m9 U '' S 21 da> 0f Se Ptmber. E. B. LE.\THERMAN. Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN er Jt> ^^ Attorney for Applicant seybold Bldg. i 23-30 10 7-14 ^ %  :V-,: You. and each of j ... h->,notified and rqu claims and demai either of you. ma> estate of SAMUEL J times known a= SAM AlGl'ST N8l \ Plaintiff vs rhe Letrln at '<>• I filed i„.. NOTICE TO APPFAP :N !" E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE fv \ v-rV^r! 1 -' 0101 -^ CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COL'NTY ?27397 1DA m CHAJCCERT. No! H !oir5 n z SfSIS Plaintiff, vs. % ~. iPi^t^HCHUK, Defendant. flSSsrSH? 1 ? KLEM.-HUK. 11217 Na-th Kedz:e Avenue. Chicago, Illinois, are notified to file your appear-2 c f. ,n „ th above cause for d:vorce on the 31st day of October. AD. 1949 o.herwlse decree pro confesso wlU be entered against you. AD at 19t9 ,hiS Rd d X S *P temb r _, E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) >-'By WM W. STOCKING. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN* 1 '" 15 C rk Attorney for Plaintiff seybold Building 9 30 10 7-14-51 NOTICE OP INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION POR PiNAL CLEMETT P. CURTISS. Deceased. %  N ,'"C" ls h "-b>Siven that I have ,'.,r'f'-H, 15 as Executor of the CLEMETT P. CURTISS E B LEATHERMAN i %  : >.; %  / • a : By WM. W BTOCKIN I TURK i NEWMAN ^'^ C rk fol JO lo. ;-ii-:i aid fin^rerSf £d ,*oT final discharge as Executor of th. SEel 3 CLEMETT P. CURTISS. de! STATEMENT OF TH RSHIP, MANAGEMEN1 ETC., REQUIRED I l"HE ACT 1 F Cl 'X'iRK.-.9T -i. : •:.'. AS AMENI ACTS I F MARCH •' AND JULY 2. l>4o Of The Jewlsl :-' "reeklj at allai F 4th. i-iState ..f Ftortda O i".:' %  \. : : % %  :/ %  for the State and who. having beei ..^.ordIng to law. deposei • that t> • s the But ::.-:.. --.V! The Jewish FI rid thai "" I • the best %  edge and belief the owners manac \ daily, weekb -• weekly nen etc., of the tforea •he date shown in th'equlred by the 1*11 a a led I th. '. and Ju: • ll Laws and Re* :,-. %  %  n •' %  \ %  rs. .••..• %  %  Thrt the names ai the publishand businesa manager., Publisher Fred K Sh Miami Fla That th linn, Not In,-, El %  ? Fred K Bhcbet, Miami. Fla That the average %  •f each laonu •>r distributed, throui '''."„ • •therw-• the twelve months | 422"' ..r-T FP.E7> K Edit Sworn to and % %  %  %  this 30th day of Sepl MILDRE :\. 'My commission -\' This 20 ^ay of September. 1M. UAXft SILV-ER N H THURBER. NOTICE UNOER F CTiTlOUS NAME LAV% NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN the undersigned, de> 1 ** business under the fl .,iV HOFFMAN'S SODA SHOF •-..'.; Sbuth West f*th Street. aOaaU, fj" Ida. Intend to register *: the Clerk of the C.rcuit C County, Florida IRVTN BUtXTN: SAMUEL R-\FArORT ELRY STONE Attorney for Irvir, S:rk.n i'l Samuel Rapaport 101* Congress Build: < Miami. Florida J/U-a-Ie lt/7-14



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FRIDAY OCTOBER 14, 1Q49 +Jewish fhridliian PAGE ELEVEN Dade Federal Savings To Mark 15th Anniversary With 'Open House 1 Dade Federal Savings and Loan Association of Miami delayed lans for its 15th anniversary Celebration to coincide with the Joseph M. Lipton, President completion of extensive alterations made to its main office quarters at 45 N.E. First Ave. Since the alterations are now completed, Joseph M. Lipton, president of the savings institution has announced that an invitation has been extended to everyreceive a choice of two valuable gifts when thev open a savings account of $10 or more during this event. K Joseph M. Lipton. president of Dade Federal, cognizant of the need for facilities that reduce the strain people feel when doine business in metropolitan areas said, • In planning our alterations we endeavored to make our institution a place where people would actually enjoy doing business. Complete air-conditionine soft indirect lighting and music," acoustic tile ceilings, colorful walls and furniture, and draperies give Dade Federal a homey and quiet atmosphere appreciated by our many customers. When people do not wish to come to town at all, we provide a saveby-mail service. "This is the second time we have had to expand in the past 15 years. Organized in 1934, Dade Federal was one of the first Federal Savings and Loan Associations to appear under the law enacted by the United States on June 1933. In 1934 we were located in the Congress Building. Five years later we had to find larger quarters and moved to oui present location. Today, due to continued growth we have completed a second expansion program. Each expansion means that our confidence in the community and the confidence of our customOld Exterior >ii ;l if 111 :! %  •If I I I ..••-:. —..... ~ New Exterior body to attend a 15th anniversary open house" on Monday. Dade federal will keep its doors open nt 9 p.m. to offer those who J2 unable to get there during regular hours a chance to attend. souvenirs, favors and refreshments will be presented to all who attend the "open house" ^oration. And new savers will ers in us is indeed justified. "Dade Federal's resources have grown from $74,000 in 1934 to over $23,857,000 fh 1949, and our reserves are over $1,750,000." In June of this year, Dade Federal opened a branch office in the northwest area of Miami at 1594 N.W. 36th St. Today the branch has more than 6500 savMIRRORS FINEST QUALITY — MADE TO ORDER IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Auto Glass Installed --Furniture Tops Store Front Construction ADAMS GLASS SERVICE "If Iff Glan We Hare It" 1805 PURDY AVE., M. B. PH. 58-3756 OR 5-4316 Ask lor ABE or HIVING RABINOWITZ Old Lobby ings accounts and is steadily growing. Officers of Dade Federal are: Joseph M. Lipton, president; Rufus H. Daniel, vice president and secretary; Leo Robinson, vice president; Charles Beatty, vice president and treasurer; Clifford N. Hughes, assistant secretary and comptroller; Albert C. Elkins, assistant secretary and cashier; Wm. H. J. Saunders, assistant secretary; Dee Atwood, assistant cashier and John R. Butcher, assistant cashier. Directors are: Leonard Barr, Charles Beatty, Irwin M. Cassel, Rufus H. Daniel. Gus Feuer, Joseph M. Lipton, Samuel Lipton, G. A. Price and Leo Robinson. Mrs. Kaplan To Fete Sisterhood Board Mrs. Hyman S. Kaplan will entertain the board of the Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood at luncheon today at her home, 4625 N. Bay Road, according to Mrs. Alexander Robbins, president. The luncheon party wm follow the regular monthly meeting of the board which will begin at 10 a.m., also in Mrs. Kaplan's home. Approved by GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUS Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, Director Demand SINAI New Lobby Teen Age Dances Slated The Tri Beta Council of the Miami Jewish Community Center, sponsored a "Dungaree Hop" in the center's gym last Tuesday night for teen-agers of the community. Weekly Tuesday night teen-age dances are held at the center and Need Help in a Hurry?—Call A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE Whits and Colored Help Phonat 9-5317 — 1-6727 61 N. E. 6th Street AL MF.IDENBERQ, Owner are sponsored by the various clubs of the Center's Youth Council, according to Tobie Jacobskind, center youth director. Chi Kappa Chi, a girl's club, will sponsor the weekly dance on Tuesday. KOSHER and PURE Distributed by HI-GRADE FOOD CO. 1733 N.W. 7th AVE. PHONE 2-7570. 9-2652 2 FAMOUS NAMES FEATURED BY WOLPERT'S Living Room Furniture and GENERAL ELECTRIC THmlf BROS L J r HOTEL OWNERS .... 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: I : i • J l %  I I'll Say... For the crucial year ".ME. the Greater Miam; Federation set a quota of Sl.490.000. The campaign doted officially -:th pledges adding up approximately U $1,250,000. Then followed in rapidfire succession the dramatic proclamation of the State Israel, the immediate recognition by President Truman, the invasion bv sever. Arab armies, the heroic fighting of the r>:> ..rmed Israelis, who seemed hopelessly outnumbered by 35.000.000 neighboring Moslems, aided and abetted by Bevm's British might The wavering policv of our own State Department and the chicanery of English diplomacy at Lake Success bid fair to strangle the infant Jewish Republic. The Emononcl Upmrgc All of this tended to whip Jewish emotions into a feverish pitch The Miam: Federation took advantage of the nervous tension alternating between hopes of success and fears of disaster. During the public demonstrations thai greeted the phenomenon of a reborn Jewish State, folks dug again .r.;. their pockets. Another $250,000 was fished out. and the campaign closed in high enthusiasm to the unprecedented figure of $1,485,000 It was a tribuu : th< courage and heroism of the Israel: fighters, it was the mark of appreciation by their proud American brethren. Its Decline The Federation policy makers then mel to determine the IMP budget The resistence encounterer. in the raising of l^s million was evidently forgotten Perhaps tfiey thought the gusto engendered by the Jewish-Arab war would continue and even increase with the asl nishinc success of Medinas Israel So the new goal was set at $1,875,000 But the higJ emotions began U recede. All the eloquence of imported and domestic speakers, together with the urgent pleas and the cajolery, barely exceeded the million mark which was the sum allocated for the United Jewish Appeal alone Obviously quotas had Is The Emergency Over? By HARRY STMONHOFF „ be revsed So % !"!" ££* &*££ iowance !" !" tin hatf Jet !" &l organuaJS BTJS'lSfJS Smpt to reduce the high : head of operation costs. from the accursed soil, that is still wet with th„ wi of their kith and kin. They must be made to M the serene, dazzling sunshine laugh Eretz ... in. organizations Perhaps.it as the Some ;,rW needs at full level. 4 Sh:-.F-o'.:cd P. „ _. •n, -' • a-gument is unfortunate. It is unwise, .--^ %  unVue ItrTveals a shallowness of thinking. Lck of imagin^t.on in men who accept the responsi-. --is kind of talk. Every one knows that the big n^ev comes in because of the mighty appeal in.the overseas tragedv. The extermination of the 6.TO0OOO Sew" hac left a vacuum that can never be filled The wound the Jewish soul cannot heal The .. -help the Sheath Haplaium (remnant of refugees > is overpowering. They m ust be removed e will unless again in Yesroel. No matter how charitable a person is never give away thousands of hard dollars his heartstrings are tugged by extraordinary nath Local needs are important to be sure: but no h breaks on account of them. Individual contributi to them will never approach a king's ransom To n. American organizations on a par with one of 8. ghastliest catastrophies in human annals is p.m Si Hcrvloei at !• a.m. wltk Mincha at : ?( i m Temple Israel '.Reform), 137 N.E. 19th St. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman: Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Rabbi Emeritus. • | en i tl Bill Rabb] 2*' 11 ::... %  w • I I %  • :.i With the %  %  La* '.:. • %  --•..uteret! and Tia at ': Si %  nil F • Rabl Zwltmai wi] ; i • %  I i North Shore Jewish Center, 712E Abbott AT*.. Miami Beach. i I : %  Shemlni Ataen ;.• Phili] Fried apeal — •. Sbemli Bei rice ai Meantnt l • %  '•'• ••"' %  %  Baturmornlm %  • • n at Sin'e-hood will HTI"I,I• tl itaai Torat part] foi thf children K. W. Religious Congregation. 3$B1 N. W. 2nd St Service* Saturday morr.lnr. at S:0C < eloek Miami Hebrew School and Congregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W. 12th Aee. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Berele Kelemer. Ban I tii Prkh evenint at '' : Saturday morning at t • Ra*W %  .... ,. I... Party fo) % %  •• %  Ml %  %  i v Maai Bundi i I %  • .... | %  ..•:• %  5 to 6:15 p i Pa %  %  : U p.m. Congregation Young Israel (Orthodox). 4001 Chase Are.. Miami Beach. Pridav iv(! c iervices at 6:30 Sab• at %  errtcei a; t Mincha at 5:t0. Dally serricea at t am. and p.n United Jewish School. Main Campus. UniTersity of Miami. MI .. a.m. Temple Emanu-El (Reform), 1801 S. Andrews Are.. Fort Lauderdale. Dr. Marius Ranson, Rabbi. Friday eveatol services at S.00 :. Ranaon will offlclau North Dade Jewish CenteT i ConserratiTe). 13630 W. Dixie Highway. Rabbi Malcolm M Sparer. Frida> • v i nc M rv • i at p.m --... % %  .•• %  : • • brinf their b i E I %  ei ai I % % %  a Bui li y Mho •• i %  %  •. : % %  n : %  < %  .!!? :. %  i • "• %  F ral it !„ • %  • :••• %  H !or children STILL THE BEST BUY! BLUE RIBBON Hand spotted DRY CLEANING 1 PC. PLAIN DRESSES 79c MEN'S SUITS 89c TROUSERS 45c Blue ftibbon Temple Beth Sholom (Liberal). 4144 Chase Are. Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel Kelemer. %  • • v.>-ere;h Friday • • Mrvlces %  I ; : K T : V 5 .... %  Thi !••-.,: of .'•• %  Saturday morninp sen10:41 •-•'. .? nd Hal • Bal irday evening at Congregation Beth Jacob (Orthodox), 301-311 Washington Are_ Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. .. TIU be ki • !.. %  a. Sal Bundajai • :. • %  %  : %  : M< • %  Satui <•' %  the Total' %  • ";: %  .-. %  hanl .. •• %  • i f .......: %  .. ;• • %  • dlti • • Saturday an Banda] moi • as n -\..<-Congregation beth Tfilah (Orthodox). 935 Euclid AreMiami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackorsky. LJ evei n ; Mil •• -• e* al >(l 1! .. %  1 -• %  urday momii f aerricei Kovaky will t the m and apt ak orDetent Tialioi will thk, plac i.i 10 10 a m with Gesbem aervlcea foOowlni ai %  i. Baturd evenlnj I I Uu n|tr< P i %  a 'iH sathei I • | .pue In ;•: I ..1 l* held BBSlOl ''•'' •' • w "' tak< pbu • Saturday niaht I %  i \ .. | • cram I I %  •:-•... E unda: mon Ini aen • llowi %  > K ddual Templa Isaiah (Reform), 1065 Dade Bird.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moshay P. Mann. Frldav e\enins services at S 15. .•;o :• Mann will conduct Mi aa and dellvei th* aermon Hn t(.)ii( will bt Toda: *"' Relis .I :.c at 1( A recepl on will Congregation Beth Darid (Conl serralive), 135 N.W. Third Are. i Rabbi Max Shapiro: Rer. Maurice Mamchet. C*ii ays f the Fesl val ^f "••' %  ps Frldi at new i %  %  .' bet w ":*.'. condu ea Satui %  %  ) ..• E yit he held Sat %  %  evenlnc at Punda: mornlni at f %  | • u... s;,, s-. W Fc set Students sei • %  • %  botl Bpeda I Iren'a aeii loai • • • : 1 r>* T iraJb %  • FtefreShmi sen-ed follow ll i %  %  pi < I %  -. .' m hool and 8i Firs' aeaaion -'%  .i,-, Congregation Beth El (Orthodox). 590 S.W. 17th Are. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Cantor Milton Friedman. Hoahona L : and *.;, a n Jewish Community Center (ConserratiTe), 2020 Polk St~ Hollywood. Shemim Arerelh Friday evening %  1 H Saturday morning services at I I Tlskor at 10:45 a.m. Evening.-;mcha Torah. at 7 p.m. | Sunday morning Fimcha Torak service ai Special children s gimcha | Torah party Sunday at 11:M am. All en ei will be conducted by Rabbi Jacob J H"nig. Congregation Kneseth Israel (Orthodox). 1415 Euclid Are., Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H. Ever. Friday e\: ,r.p ^ei'vlces at r,:30 Saturday at s ::(> am Rabbi Ever will deliver the Tisco at 11 am. Mincka at 5:15 followed by Maarhr, Cinlot M. Tardein! will chant aarvleN Fndj and Saturday Sunday larrlM at l:U a.m. Mincha at p.m. Sermon. Saturday enlnc, Smicta; Tcirah celeiiratioi. a: *which time fla^s. -fruit and cakei will be Hitrlbuted to the children Same rti Sunday morning Ta!~ .:i Torah rej. istration daily from 3 p.m. rally classes in aeaalon fr m 3;W p.T. Monday thrci-agh Tl irsday; 10 a.m. Sunday till noon Classet Bill ontinue this Monday at t 30 p.m. Coral Gables Jewish Ceat (Liberal). Rabbi Morris A Skoa V Special service • %  • %  %  cr.cludint lUys "f Su'-'-Ofc Tlskoi sei Icei Sil'jrdiy a.m. Simcha T Festival Batarda> night A Gift Subscription SAVE YOUB TIME YOUB STRENGTH YOUR CLOTHES We COB do ALL your Laundry & Dry Cleaning FREE PICE DP AND DELIVERY PHONE 3-0753 3-0754 1403N. W. 7th Ct. p.m Sbemlnl Ats. : B l da> ;.! SO a !r Tiacor at 11 a.m Rabbi Grauer will %  peak A rj and a Mi morable E Pimchos Torah at 7 \ m servlci %  a n. I'. ria.ii. fr..U n ;-.... ... 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FR IDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1949 *Jewistiricr£(J* 3 ,r7 PAGE THIRTEEN Plans are now being made for the construction of a Hebrew school and synagogue to be constructed by the Israelite Center between 24th Ter. and 25th St. on 32nd Ave. This project calls for immediate construction of the smaller building, which will serve as the center until the school building is completed. After that it will be utilised as a Hebrew school. The building is of the latest design featuring terraizo, ashlar masonry and reinforced concrete, so as to produce a harmonious example of tropical architecture. A covered approach will serve for the school and the proposed house of worship. The new center is located on a semi-circular plot permitting parking and means of approach from all surrounding areas. According to Architect Leonard H. Glasser. 835 Lincoln Road, the buildings are designed so as to produce the desired effect from all views. All lines originate at the entrance and point upward. The stained glass windows in the main building are inclined. The buildings will be completely air conditioned and all window areas are designed so as to permit proper light during day time worshipping hours. The area behind the two buildings, away from the city streets, will serve as a play yard and outdoor classroom for the members of the school. It may also be used by the congregation for evening lectures and other cultural and social activities. Harry Gross, president of the congregation, announces that contributions for construction of the new building are now being accepted at the present meeting place, located at 3346 S.W. 24th St. Goodman Joins Realty Firm I. R. Goodman has joined the firm of Feuer and Eisenstein, Realtors, 235 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, it was announced last week. Goodman, who is chairman of the Zionist Council of South Florida, has served as a member of the national executive committee of the Zionist Organization of America for four years. Liaison representative to the American Christian Palestine Committee for the Southeastern states, he recently organized a Greater Miami Chapter with a membership of 2,000. Goodman came 'here several years ago from St. Louis, where he was engaged in the practice of law for many years. He is a member of the Miami Alumni tlub of Pi Lambda Phi fraternity and a member of the board of governors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Goodman Succos Festival Slated The Ben Gurion Branch of the Jewish National Workers Alliance and the Golda Meyerson uub of the Pioneer Women will jointly sponsor a Succos festival Sunday at 8:15 at Dora August Memorial Hall, 500 S.W. 17th Scheduled to appear on the Program are Cantor J. Y. Goldnng, Rabbi Morris A. Skop and • A. uoodman. Admission will be $1 and proceeds are earmarked for the Jewish National Fund North Side Jewish Center Organized The North Side Jewish Center held its first organizational meeting Monday night at the home of Mrs. Rose Borkin, 730 N.E. 62nd St. The new group, whose aim is to establish a religious school and synagogue for residents of the Northeast and Northwest sections, elected Harold Robins as temporary chairman. George Weisbaum was appointed to handle publicity and Mrs. Borkin was named chairman of hospitality. Among those attending Monday night's meeting were Sol Feldman, Louis Schwartzman, Dr. William Boros, Mrs. Morris Rothschild, Mrs. Alfred Grantz, Mr. Weinstock, Mr. and Mrs. George Weisbaum, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rollnick and Harold Robin. Next meeting will be held Thursday, October 20, 8:15 at the American Legion Home, 6600 Biscayne Blvd. Chairman Robins urges all unaffiliated persons residing in the Northeast and Northwest areas to attend. 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PAGE FOURTEEN fjen #"*#> FkridFSaun FRIDAY, OCTOBER l 4# H k a<*h Auxiliarv • To Kcal Ladrs MIS Benjamin Appel will bo installed as president f the Miami Beech Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for tin 1 Aged at a luncheon to bo hold on Tuesday, November i. at 12:30 p.m. at the Delano Hotel, Miami Roach. Mrs Alexander Kogan will servo as installing officer. Mis. Jack Udell is chairman of the event with Mrs Fred Jonas and Miss Clara Qoldenberg as cochairmen. Other officers to bo inducted .ire' Mrs Benjamin Sherry, honorary president: Mrs Sol S-.'.verman, Mrs Max Greenbera and Mrs Benjamin WM. vice presidents: Mrs Samuel Bitter, Mrs Samuel Sapiro, Mrs Benjamin Kaplan and Mrs R J Schwartz, honorary vice presidents Mrs A. J Plotkin, treasurer: Mrs Irvinji Prankel, recording secretary, M-.s Albert Bakoff and Mrs Frank Berger, corresponding secretaries; Mrs Mosos Krieger, parliamentarian; Mrs Rose Weiss, Mrs Harold Spaet and Mrs Krieger, trustees; Dr Celia Wohl, auditor: Mrs Joseph Chaves, chaplain Members of the board include the Mesdames Samuel Aronstein. Teresa Arnold Brand, Morris Cohen Morris Dubler, Rebecca Deutsch. Harry Danziger. Sarah Ellis Joseph Entine. Mae Fineburg, Louis Glasser, Fannie *.• >ldberg S.ira Holland Emanuel Kargei Joseph Kane Ann Kohanne. Harr> Korettky. Morris K legel K,'U.;:.';'.;:•. :! >ckel Joss Harr J C Gould. .'.-"..> A R Laita n Alfred Lesser. Ida Lewis. Harry Levine, A A M ; •-.:•.> Mak -. sk> Samuel Mason. M ••:•;M llei \nna : ; enner Meyers Nathan Newman Abraham Oro> U S.;r.; Reymer, Abe Rubin V. nn 0 Rubin, Samu< Prosterman I >u > Steinberg. Frances Silverman Ann >::a^:ss Eva £<••.•:<%  .. A J T Gus ; .. Cdell Joseph We >-:.;>*. Mar> Z egfned tbc Z nd Miss Goldenberg lla'li IIII lod".' Honor*. IKIUTOII For A 0111 h Work Al Osherofl %  •. M-.am Beach \v.;> h .-•• the M • B %  ..' ••• B 1 :'• I ire* .-•' devoted se: vsce A •• k .•• : -,\." \ ..•• v 0 it v. % %  L > jiiop %  %  %  rg tne efforts OSTH -%  ...:•. nd :..-;"• elop fit •• %  •;•: %  p PCtS foi bO> tnd t > bew een the ag 1 .' %  .V • .:•• %  Beach '.-o;c last n-eek -. e %  Itoo A F • %  %  ssione: %  • % %  D ft ct So 5 ."•--. the 'under cl • M : ; % %  B • -•' %  --' %  -• \_" \ %  •• M 1 Be. : i Dr. Davis Heads Cancer Institute Dr. Carl Homy Davis has boon appointed medical director of the Dado County Cancer Institute, according to an announcement by J. Gerald Lewis, president. Dr. Davis, who has boon engaged in the diagnosis and treatment of cancer for the past thirty years, has boon a winter resident Of Coral Gables since l!>44 and will make his homo hero permanently. The now medical directoi has made several European trips I study cancer detection and treatment in olinios in Paris, SI '-,holm and Vienna and has visited olinios throughout America Dr. Davis stated thai a gi >w ing awareness by the public the importance of early diagnosis in treatment of cancer is making :t possible for doctors :. %  reduce the cancer death rate The disease should be 100 per cent curable if detected in time ho said The Dado Count> institute is now doing .; capacitj business and has appointments booked foi a month ahead, officials reveal Dr Davis formerlj ti ug U Rush Medical College, sowed as clinical professor and d i :tor of obstetrics and gynecologj .-.: Marquette Universitj School >f Medicine and was lecturt Universal of Pennsylvan S of Medicine The auth of b ks on >bsteti ics and gynecology he served in the Armj M d C ps dui ing World War I He tas p acticed medicine n Ch M Iwaukee and Wilm net r Del Atkins To Head Palsy Fund llrive C Clyde Atkins, will head the $18,000 fund campaign of the Cerebral Palsy Association to be ic ted October 24-28, living Goldman, association president. has announced The period has boon proclaimed Cerebral Palsy week by Gov Fuller Warren. The association's limited fund appeal has been approved by the Dado County Solioitations Review B ard, Goldman disclosed No personal so! ns will be made but B tag ; V will be hold throughout Greater Miami on October 24 and eon boxes Will be placed in st >res during Ihe week Money raised will be used by Ihe association to continue its t for cerebral palsj victims in this area '•Our clinic at 304 S.W. 8th Ave "' Goldman said." is now serving appr Kin ately i ; o persons h are being taught how to talk. fee i an I dress themselves. We also op rate B nursery ;n connection with the clinic. ["hen 181 cases registered I in our files," he continued, '"but we have facilitit s I i care for only 60. ••We h >pe I pie of this community will appreciate the need for c ntributions and help keep the clinic operating Drive Cru rman Atkins is president of the C uncil of Social accr.cics f:-st vie. dent of the Dad< C >unty Bar Ass cia• %  pi sident and director of Chai iti s %  -'• mbi %  i the toard of din ctors of the Haven Sch I 1 r Mentally Deficient Children Jewish Center Expands Musical Cultural Dance Program; Folk Dancing Added Sigma Khos Will Aid Pals> Victim* >.;•.: Rh: %  \T A B ', i : %  %  :• %  %  • %  %  "..B 1 %  ...... %  M year the -the eere...' -.-. %  i ..~~: ed%  %  M n •. -'.%  -,; the beach and have uugh: ] -. • i Th* i • v.i president %  %  Kadimah Thaptor llold^ Annual Tea annual mem b ship reception -• Kadimah Chapter af Pioneer Women was held last night at the : : :. rkst n H tel M %  Be; :h i Mrs Mas C 11 emb ntstress I .. -. • G;icst si-;* u •. • Max Shap Vocalist ; < Faj e D .. amp I b> Miss Sctt\ Fiedlei Mrs Le< Goldman president .: Kadimah Ch i ........ .. on the i i Mrs Fred SandU memtx nan I :-. Greater Miam : :" -co Women gavt i %  %  • %  .. i r and Mrs M. x Shapirv who spc tt a :'.'.<: %  re of SUCCOS Assist rtg Mrs Colton it* r.ents Mi s M r and Mrs Shapu pro.. %  Mrs %  • %  : 1 tt and Mrs Fred Sandlei tospiUi:t> M s Mi.. jCoi D, refres meats CXh* i ttee i E the M< sd nes 5" Etcher..•,.. %  • %  Mu • %  '• %  K i >" Manuel Rudes Hymen S >ttn and r ,^ c >^ Neuroses Subject Of Weekly Radio Program The Dad C Hffitv Medical As• the ninth in a weeklj • %  %  es >f health educa:. %  :. pr grams ad station WTTT Sunday n ght fi >m 8 to : : •. ••• Subject for discussi n this weeks forum will be I Illness—Neuroses P • pants all —,-%  I I • Dsid< C unty Medi< d Ass ..:. n a c Dr B n I G man. psveh ati ist t M ami B D J %  Andrew, psyrhtatrist I Mii m Dr M It r Sas nt< mist I M i m 3o.-ch and D Dav.d WJ lt man gen. • al p act ti n< c t Miami Beach .'••c : : ? t still-existing taxsupp an is al I nigh; N H MIA>U TOP Mill CO. Wholesale and Retail Gra.'.e A F — ver^zed ar.d Fr.vessed Muck iri Marl Ar> Mixture Bm Blue Sod Soil aad Fill ct X= 7 Kind Phooe *: : %  : s 1313 S. W. 21at Terrace EDDIE ALPER Kouhol/ Kosiher M k at I'roducis Phcne -4^-0346 For Free Delivery Anywhere :*34 PCXCI TE -EOS Ccr. A^aexia AreJ ExciasBTe Jet "9* Reei Iaier—New Ycek MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY rTr^fij rSCS3CNAT2IG FAMZJES A 5-POOTT PUBCHASE PLAN ii Car* • P^-X**ci Suc^e: ?-v= • Special Prc^crr** F*t=r kieoZy L-raSed N*t West Fntfmr si S^rd Arec^e -CtT=a^a Sic* Far Isi-a—arcr rSw 3 r*79 MUHI S M. stACHTC Ee. Tio-PxeasdMM RCftEBT TAFFTT SaiM rw^rsae -c*ar=ar eeota:;^ i^ca xta [ toi rarm eM -^r rw st a pa af wasmr. m. c 8aa, taaa tmA X Biit;, The Miami Jewish Community Center is expanding its music, cultural and dance program this season and is inaugurating folk dancing. A meeting of all individuals and organizations interested in folk dancing has been called for Tuesday at 8 p.m.. at the center. 450 S.W. 16th Ave. Purpose of the gathering is to determine the feasability of setting up such a program to meet weekly at the center. Anyone interested is invited to attend. The center now has an active ballet program in operation. Tuesday and Thursday afternoons have been set aside for children's balle* classes under the direction of Bernard Ostfeld. OstfelH also teaches a women's modern dance class every Thursday at 8 p.m. A reries of informal pati? musicales is being planned by the center's music committee for November. The committee, under he chairmanship of Sarah R ac h. line Meltzer. met Tuesdav ning. October 4, to Betflw i?" underway. get the ser New Non-Surgical Treatment of HERNIA (Rupture) HEMORRHOIDS CHRONIC DISEASES Dr. LONG'S CLINIC SIS. Uf lmur.net Ettttta Authority.,,' Pro„r. mmw NAT GANS Metropolitan Llf. |„i r, •07 Blteiyn. B?di C *' Ph. 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PPJDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1949 ^JewlsiifhridUan The American Jewish Congress Philosophy Of Action By BERNARD B. SEGAL Field Representative PAGE FIFTEEN The Florida Women's Division of the American Jewish Congress begins the coming New Year with (our well-organized chapters and over 1.000 members as a result of the remarkable leadership and organizational capacities these past few years of Mrs. Louis Glasser. a national vice president of the organization representing Greater Miami, and aided by the enthusiastic presidents and executive members of the local groups. The Congress membership in Greater Miami has become the nucleus for an extended membership and activities campaign in the entire Southeast. Uur aim is to form general and women's division chapters in the major Jewish communities of Florida. Georgia. Alabama, Louisiana. Mississippi, Tennessee, North and South Carolina, etc. In so doing our ultimate objective is to create a representative Southeastern Region of the American Jewish Congress. Throughout the United States and the world, the work and philosophy of the American Jewish Congress has long been symbolized by the personality and leadership of its founder and first president, the late Dr. Stephen S. Wise. ;ind the organization's excellent record of activities in helping to safeguard the civil, political, economic and religious rights of the Jewish people in all countries, and its efforts and accomplishments in helping to make the State of Israel a reality. Deeply concerned with the I need for making the American Jewish community more effective, the American Jewish Congress program is to help develop and extend the democratic process by fostering free and open discussions on controversial issues: by cooperating with the leaders of the Negro community and fighting discrimination against all minorities as well as against Jews, and by promoting cooperation land coordination in national and Ilocal Jewish communal endeavors [conceived in a spirit of self-help, [self-expression and self-determiInation. Today the American Jewlish Congress is regarded as a [major link in the chain of American Jewish national organizations assuring Jewish survival, [and the promotion of American land Jewish progress and culture. Ilts national program and activities stem from four departments %  which have counterparts organized in every chapter: O/fice of Jewish Information The Office of Jewish Informapion provides literature on Jewpsn affairs with the aim to lay p foundation on which intelligent and informed Jewish action nay be based. Employing the nost modern methods of communication. OJI has established information services for the press find radio as well as for individual and group use in homes, pcnools and community centers. Pis weekly "Jewish Newsnotes" Pi comment and interpretation on Mewish life and events in Amerp. Israel, Europe and throughUM WorId is widely read and P'fihly rated. OJI Jewish Affairs Pamphlets issued thus far include pme twenty titles such as: The r2,, n f Y 'ddish: Economic l Z %  Am ," n B American Jews: aucation the Jewish Child: The R"n favish Art: Religion and bl ^"'Schools and How IskhL '", Be Governed—all of Inn makes excellent reference material for group teen years is "Congress Weekly which enjoys a wide circulation and is noted as a magazine of progressive opinion. Commission on Law and Social Action hifh?, ffeC ln y J a Rrou P of s even highly skilled lawyers, economists sociologists and other specialists the CLSA works for the utilization of the full power of the law and public policy, and the organization of social forces to end every form of racial and religious discrimination. In the few years of its existence the CLfaA has become one of the foremost fighters against antibemitism and a champion in the legal and practical struggle for civil rights and full equality for all in a democratic society. Its services to American Jewish Congress chapters and regions and public and private agencies include intensive research in producing facts as a springboard to action, major court experiences, and contact and influence with all branches of government and law-makers. As a guide to American Jewish Congress legislative and social action committees throughout the country, CLSA's steady flow of reports, memorandums and legal briefs are indespensible and serve to stimulate vital activity everywhere. An example of recent or current happenings in which CLSA is involved will serve to illustrate the breadth and scope of its interests: 1. Massachusetts Fair Educational Practices Act—As a result of a two year campaign by the New England Division of the American Jewish Congress, Massachusetts became the third state to enact a fair educational practices law when the bill drafted by the CLSA was passed by the legislature. Now to enforce it. 2. Expatriation Cases—These cases involve a section of the Nationality Act which cancels the citizenship of naturalized (but not native born) citizens if they remain out of the United States five years. The statute was a State Department maneuver against "Zionist Jews." 3. Kosher Butchers—Congress has instituted a test case to exempt from the New York compulsory law those stores which keep closed on Saturdays. 4. DP Jews — Congress has brought two test cases to give Jewish refugees from Moslem lands the benefit of the Displaced Persons Act. 5. Knickerbocker — This litigation before the New York State Commissioner of Education is an effort to have removal charges brought against the anti-Semitic chairman of a College of the City of New York department. 6. Stuyvesant Town—By a 4 to 3 vote, the New York Court of Appeals dismissed the complaint Lrought by three Negroes who sought admission as tenants to Stuyvesant Town, on the grounds that no "State action" was involved and that consequently the Fourteenth Amendment does not apply. A campanion taxpayer suit brought by Shad Polier, chairman of the CLSA executive committee, was likewise dismissed on the ground that a taxpayer has no legal standing to bring such an action. An appeal to the United States Supreme Court is being prepared in the Negro cases (Dorsey v. Metroplitan Life) and a petition for reargument in Polier v. O'Dwyer. Both cases United States Supreme Court involving refusals to testify before House Committees, Los Angeles County Loyalty oath and the Holly Wood Ten. Consideration is being given to the question which SSSL PreS ent the constitutional issues most clearlv 9 9. NCRAC Stiio, of Faculty rw min ati0 U ~ The National Community Relations Advisory council has approved a CLSA plan for a nationwide study of discrimination against Jewish teachers in liberal arts colleges. The study will be conducted by ef^ 1S uu m T nity relations councils, Hillel chapters and regional offices and national agencies and will be coordinated by CLSA. 10. Denazification—CLSA is considering means available of changing American occupation policy in Germany. Commission on Community interrelations CCI brings the full power of a highly organized and integrated group of leading social scientists and psychologists to bear on the serious social problems facing most of our communities today. This commission has already developed a valuable body of knowledge and experience throughout the country in collobration with community action and social agencies. Its aim is to gather data and analyze the basic causes of group frictions, and as a result of its research to develop positive programs involving a cross-section of the racial, religious and different economic elements in each community to collectively further the promotion of healthy inter-group and social relationships. To this end CCI has developed material and offers professional guidance in organizing community projects related to social action for unity; personal incidents with bigots; democratic community relations and organization; community selfstudies; influence and work with schools; group belongingness and the education of the Jewish child; intercultural education; problems of racial and religious segregation and leadership training. This work has won the CCI the Edward L. Bernays Award for the best research on improving relations between racial and religious groups. Locally the Florida Women's Division endowed LISTEN TO THE Jewish Musical Hour WTTT—1490 on Your Dial JACOB SCHACHTER Director NORMAN R. LYONS Newscaster and Historical Narrator NOW FOUR TIMES A WEEK SUNDAY FROM 10 A.M. TO 11 A.M MONDAY, WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY FROM 1 P.M. TO 1:30 P.M. ta'T, and forums. Also, are being prosecuted by CLSA. 'nsned by the American Jew7. Supreme Court Cases — Five s for the past four-1 petitions are now before the ANNOUNCEMENT! HADE KOSHER HEAT AND POULTRY and DELICATESSEN Is Now Under the Management of H. IIIIMMC A l l Formerly of Bronx. N. Y. (for 45 years) THIS MARKET SUPERVISED AND ENDORSED BY THE GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY, Director 153 N. W. 5th Street Phone 3-14?0 FREE DELIVERY LISTEN TO THE CULTURAL JEWISH FORUM RADIO HOUR EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT FROM 8 TO 9 P.M. EVERY FRIDAY MORNING FROM 11 TO 11:55 A.M. OVER STATION WWPB 1450 on the Dial Directed and Announced by SIMON SEIDEN ToT 'h'ct AUGUST BROS: RV £ 0 scholarships making it possible for ten teachers per year to take the course in human relations under the direction of Prof. Gordon Lovejoy at the University of Miami. Department of World Jewish Affairs The DWJA serves as a liasion with the World Jewish Congress and enables American Jewish Congress chapters and the American Jewish community to be helpful in coping with the many problems confronting Jews throughout the world. In this regard the World Jewish Congress is in constant contact with its representatives and offices around the world, and conducts vast and far-flung activities through its 65 affiliated organizations in as many countries. Of major importance, the World Jewish Congress serves in a consultative capacity to the United Nations and has been particularly influential in the areas of human rights and genocide. Concerned as it is with world-wide political action and the protection of the rights and status of Jews everywhere, the World Jewish Congress is also involved with the problems of rehabilitation and reparations and the cultural needs of reconstruction. This year it was early to warn of growing Nazi influences in Germany and as a result of its accumulated facts and documentations, the American Jewish Congress called upon Senate of the united States to conduct a public investigation of anti-Semitism and anti-democratic trends in Germany. Consequently, as a result of a national delegation to Washington, Senate Resolution IZ5, calling for a probe of our denazification program in Germany, has been introduced by Senators Pepper, Gillette, Hendnckson and Ives. ^stfOP FOR (JUNE, jDAlRlf BEST^=^H BUTTER El ""HEALTH EGGS ^kea/z, •rfdiAew* The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association Participating agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, wishes you all a H21D flDVin 103 and a Happy Yomtov and announces that any chickens without the ring which bears the insignia .1 1DJ are not endorsed by the Vaad. Other information in the field of Kashruth in this area may be obtained by calling our Director. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. 818 Michigan Avenue. Miami Beach, Phone 5-3595. HARRY SIRKIN. Pres. H SOOTIN. Secy. A. M. BEAR, Vice Pres. S LO BEL. Treas. The Showcase of Good Food T^ GOVERNOR CAFETERIA 1225 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH granr miiiii liiiiiiil! [aim: LINDA BUNKS, In. 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Miami, Fla
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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itd^viislbJEIlDipidliiaun
V0LUME 22-NUMBER 41
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1949
PRICE: TEN CENTS
6,500 JWV's To Converge On Beach
Secretary of the Army Gordon
rr,v will'speak at the banquet
Shicyh Will highlight the 54th an-
nual encampment of the Jewish
War Veterans at the Delano Ho-
tel on Miami Beach from October
19 to 24. according to Hylan Kout,
convention corporation chairman.
The banquet at which the cabinet
member will talk is scheduled for
Saturday night October 22, at
the Saxony Hotel.
Speculation has been growing,
Kout said, about whether Gray
will make a major pronounce-
ment of military policy in con-
nection with Russia's possession
of the atom bomb.
The army secretary s address
will be recorded by the armed
services for broadcast to troops
overseas Kout said.
More than 6500 delegates, re-
presenting 38 states, are expected
to attend the conclave. There will
also be a delegation from Tel
Aviv, Israel, headed by Col. Ben
Areya.
The five-day encampment will
attract high military brass and
Very Important Persons to a
schedule of discussions, parades
and meetings.
The date October 20 has been
set aside as Florida Day by the
group. On that day Gov. Fuller
Warren will be presented with
an award for his efforts to "bring
about closer interfaith relations."
Invited to attend the ceremonies
are Sen. Claude Pepper and Rep.
George Smathers.
A parade through Miami Beach
in which Army, Navy, Marine
and Air Corps units are sched-
uled to march will climax the
"Honor The Aged Week" Is Keynote Of
Home For Aged Campaigners Meeting
'Honor the Aged Week," ac-
cording to its originator, is "de-
stined to spread across the na-
tion" was the keynote of a meet-
ing Tuesday night at the home
of Judge and Mrs. Harold B.
Spaet of leaders in the $300,000
fund raising campaign of the
Jewish ihune for the Aged which
is slated to begin next Sunday.
Judge Spaet, who is president
of the home and general cam-
paign chairman, said that Gov-
ernor Fuller Warren has been
asked to declare the week of
November 6 as "Honor the Aged
Week" throughout the state. The
idea for setting aside one week
out of the year to focus the at-
tention of the public generally
on problems of aged care was
presented to the fund raisers by
Milton S. Malakoff, director of
public relations for the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, who
has been loaned to the home to
give professional direction to the
campaign.
The Jewish Home for the Aged,
now located at 335 S.W. 12th
Ave is seeking a minimum of
$300,000 to purchase a site and
erect a new building able to ac-
comod.ite a minimum of 100 aged
men and women. The present
home is crowded to capacity with
38 residents, according to Leo
Allen, executive director, and has
a waiting list of some 60 persons.
Some of these have been waiting
for admittance for more than one
year. Mr. Allen said.
In urging full support for the
appeal. Judge Spaet said, "To
provide a suitable home is a
community responsibility. The
community must take primary
responsibility for the establish-
ment of an institutional program
providing care for the disabled
aged md chronically ill who can-
not bi adjusted in their own
honn
Judge Spaet announced that
the home will celebrate its sixth
anniversary with an "Honor the
Aged dinner on Sunday night,
November 6, at the Hotel Sor-
rento.
Other campaign leaders include
Marcie Libcrman, treasurer; Irv-
ing Frankel, Sidney I. Bernbaum
and Joseph Gardner, vice chair-
men: Jacob Sher and Harry Sir-
kin. co-chairmen of special gifts;
and Carl Weinkle, Harold Turk
and Max Orovitz, co-chairmen of
advance gifts.
Baby Peddling Ring
Evokes Public Ire
A wave of indignation has been
aroused by the discovery of a
ring operating out of Miami which
has been trafficking in babies.
In a dramatic exposure last Fri-
day morning the Miami Herald
included a reprint ot an adver-
tisement which was placed in
The Jewish Floridian by a mem-
ber of the ring for a period of
four consecutive weeks during
August.
New York attorney, Irwin
Slater, has been arraigned in
New York for arranging the
adoption of babies born in this
area by residents of several
Northeastern cities. His fee for
this service was $2,000 to $2,500.
Also arraigned for assisting him
in his venture was Mrs. Bess
Bernard of New York, described
by New York police, with whom
she recently tangled, as an
"amazon."
Linked with the New Yorkers
in this baby peddling deal is
Mrs. Susan Stauber, Slater's sec-
retary, who resided at the Surf-
comber Hotel, Miami Beach, un-
til the group's activities came into
the spotlight.
It was tall, slim, red-thatched
Mrs. Stauber who came into The
Jewish Floridian office early in
August to place an advertisement
seeking a couple to adopt an un-
born child. After the ad had ap-
peared three times, Mrs. Stauber
telephoned to insert it for an-
other four times. Suspicious, the
girl at the advertising desk in-
formed her that she would have
to call in person to renew the ad.
When Mrs. Stauber came into
the office to pick up responses a
few days later, the advertising
girl told her that the editor would
like to speak to her. Upon hear-
ing this, the woman became quite
ruffled and began to utter semi-
coherent statements about hav-
ing gotten out of "a sick bed^
and being "a very sick woman.
She left without seeing the editor,
and the advertisement was dis-
continued.
Exposure of the ring has re-
sulted in proposed legislation to
oi-tlaw baby selling in this area,
tightening of regulations on the
removal of babies from hospitals
and the formation of a citizens
committee to probe into the black
market here.
day's activities.
Thomas J. Kelly has been
named acting grand marshall for
the parade.
National Commander Meyer
Dorfman of St. Paul. Minn., will
lead the convention sessions.
Hylan Kout and Beach Coun-
cilman Klein have slated discus-
sions on all types of veterans
problems.
The JWV Women's Auxiliary
will hold their 22nd national en-
campment simultaneously with
the men's group at the St. Moritz
Hotel. Mrs. Mae Weiner. auxili-
ary president, will lead the wom-
en's discussions.
Mrs. Weiner, wife of Police
Court Judge Frank S. Weiner of
Rosedell, N. J arrived here this
week to make preparations for
the meet.
The auxiliary spent $500,000
last year for welfare work, she
said. A feature of this year's pro-
gram will be the establishment of
camps and schools where working
wives of veterans may leave their
children. The auxiliary also plans
to make a presentation of a radio
phonograph at the Veterans Ad-
ministration hospital in Coral
Gables Sunday.
A meeting of the auxiliary's ex-
ecutive committee is scheduled
for Saturday and the biennial
session of the constitutional con-
vention committee is to be held
October 17 and 18.
Mrs. Weiner, thirteenth presi-
dent of the group to hail from
New Jersey, announced that the
delegates represent 50,000 mem-
bers in 41 states. Twelve past na-
tional presidents are expected to
be on hand for the meet.
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Israel Will Not
Give Up Holy City
Sprinzak Says
JERUSALEM; (JTA)Acting
President of Israel Joseph Sprin-
zak said this week that Israel will
never abandon Jerusalem. He
made this pledge at a reception
tendered by the municipality at
which a plea for active Knesset
aid in transferring the capital
of Israel to Jerusalem was made
by acting Mayor Reuven Shraib-
man.
Nathan Friedman-Yellin, Stern-
ist leader and Knesset deputy,
said this week: "There will not be
any foreign rule in Jerusalem."
In a statement to the press he
warned that the Sternists would
"mobilize their ablest people" to
fight against any international-
ization of Jerusalem. He also
voiced opposition to internation-
alization of the Holy Places, main-
taining that the Israel govern-
ment could protect them ade-
quately.
(In Washington. Peter Bergson
(Hillel Kook). Herut deputy in
the Knesset, who was the guest of
honor at a luncheon tendered by
members of the U.S. Senate, this
week told the Senators that all
Israel political parties are in
agreement on the issue of Jeru-
salem. He added that no one in
the Jewish state will tolerate in-
ternational rule of Jerusalem.
Senators Guy Gillette and Elbert
Johnson were hosts at the lunch-
eon.)
U.S. Is Open To
Compromise On
Jerusalem Issue
LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)The
United States may be open to
compromise on the issue of the
internationalization of Jerusalem,
it was indicated this week in U.S.
delegation circles at the United
Nations.
The degree of compromise, it
was explained, will be determined
by a multitude of factors involv-
ing U.S. obligations to satisfy the
interests of the Vatican, Great
Britain and the Arab states. How-
ever, it is generally stated that
the American position is now
more flexible than the formula
expressed in the opening speech
before the General Assembly by
Secretary of State Dean Acheson.
As regards the overall peace
settlement, the State Department
is inclined to evaluate this prob-
lem in terms of years rather than
months, it was hinted. With the
peace in the hands of the Security
Council and the armistice com-
mission. State Department opinion
is said to veer more and more to-
ward an indefinite delay in its
efforts to achieve a final and
formal peace.
Housing Unit Named
Mayor Harold Turk appointed
five members of the Miami Beach
Housing Authority, which will
study means of securing federal
funds for the construction of low-
rental housing projects, at a
special meeting of the Beach city
council Wednesday.
Named to the authority were
Walter C. Kovner and Paul
Weitzman, attorneys, four years;
Jules Channing, structural "engi-
neer, three years; Otto Birn, real-
tor, two years; and Jack Gordon,
realtor, one year.
UN Week Slated To Open Sunday
A reception Sunday from 2 to
4 p.m. at the Columbus Hotel will
open the International Art Ex-
hibit to be held in conjunction
with United Nations Week from
October 16 to 23. Charles R.
Jacobson, who has acquired a
reputation as a painter, is in
charge of the art display. Host-
esses at the reception will be
Mrs. Louis Glasser, Mrs. Herman
Binder and Mrs. Matilda Ratner.
Sponsors of the United Nations
Week celebration in this area are
the University of Miami, Dade
County Cooperative Council for
the United Nations and the Con-
ference of Jewish Women's Or-
ganizations of Dade County.
The week's observance will be
formally opened with a dinner
which is slated for Sunday eve-
ning at 6:30 at the University of
Miami student club. Miami's dip-
lomatic corps will be guests of
honor at the affair. Chairman is
Dr. H. Franklin Williams, acting
president of the university.
Following the dinner a town
meeting on "Can Florida Be the
Bridge to the Latin-American
Members of the United Nations?
is scheduled. Participants will
be Walter Walters, of the U. S.
State Department; Jose Garcia,
Pan-American Bank; Alfred
Canel, director of foreign trade,
Miami Chamber of Commerce;
Dr Robert C. Beyer, assistant
professor of Hispano-American
history, University of Miami,
Grant Stockdale, Dade County
representative to the state legis-
lature; Max M. Singer, state motor
vehicle commissioner.
At 9 p.m. Sunday the keynote
address on "The Future of Asia
will be delivered by the Hon.
Sudarpo Sashtrosstomo, UN dele-
gate of the Indonesian Republic.
Monday's activities will be
launched with a debate at 10.30
am. at the university. Subject
will be "Resolved that the UN
Now Be Revised into Federal
World Government." Miami Edi-
son High debate squad will take
the affirmative, while the Miami
Jackson team will plead the nega-
tivc.
Members of the Edison group
are Robert Miller and Tilden
Schofield. E. H. Allsworth is
coach. Chairman of the discus-
sion is Jack Rosenberg and Don-
ald Sprague is debate judge. Mr.
Maurice Klein will make the
award.
Following luncheon Monday
films will be shown at the uni-
versity's Beaumont Lecture Hall.
Slated for exhibition are "Bound-
ary Lines," "Where Will You
Hide?" "We the Peoples of the
United Nations," and "Patterns
for Peace." Miss Kathryn Carlin,
chemistry teacher at Miami Beach
High, and M. A. F. Ritchie, as-
sociate professor of education at
the university will speak.
A UN workshop will be con-
ducted Tuesday morning at 10:30
at Beaumont Lecture Hall. Sub-
ject will be "Women in the UN."
Dr. Melanie Rosborough, profes-
sor of modern languages at the
university, will serve as modera-
tor. Miss Malvina Weiss, princi-
pal of South Beach Elementary,
and Mrs. Rollin Miller, will par-
ticipate.
On Tuesday at 2 p.m. a panel
discussion on "The Work of the
Committee on Human Rights"
will be held at Beaumont Lecture
Hall. Dr. Gordon Lovejoy, pro-
fessor of Human Relations at the
university, wil lserve as modera-
tor. Participants will be Donald
Sprague, Leonard Wirkus, Mrs..
Lisbet and Miss Lillian Balseito.
Members of the committee in
charge of the UN cleberation are:
Dr. H. Franklin Williams, Her-
man Binder, Charles Jacobson,
Dr. Kurt Singer, Miss Irene Cum-
mings, Dr. Gordon Lovejoy, M.
A. F. Ritchie, Mrs. Clarence C.
Cohn, Max Singer, Mrs. Louis
Glasser, Dr. Melanie Rose-
borough, Miss Kathryn Carlin and
Mrs. Manus Berman.
U-M Hillel Foundation Will Conduct
Dedication Exercises Sunday Night
The Hillel Foundation at the
University of Miami will dedicate
its new Ark and Torah and other
religious articles for the Hillel
chapel Sunday at 8 p.m. at the
Hillel House, 3306 Ponce de Leon
Blvd., Dr. Donald Michelson,
foundation director, has an-
nounced.
"This dedication is being made
possible through the generous
donations of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Einhorn, who contributed the
Torah," Dr. Michelson said, "and
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Kargos,
donors of the Ark. The B'nai
B'rith Women of Miami Beach,
spearheaded by Hillel representa-
tive, Mrs. Ida Optner, undertook
the project of equipping the
chapel. Mrs. Optner and her chap-
ter made possible the purchase
of 200 prayer brooks, two sets of
coverings for the Ark and the
pulpit and numerous other chapel
articles. The Einhorns also pre-
sented yarmulkas and a set of
Tanach and Mrs. S. G. Rose gave
a Torah Pointer. Dr. George Ein-
horn contributed a scroll of the
Book of Esther (Megillah).
Other donors were the B'nai
B'rith Women of Tropical Lodge,
whose gift was a Torah cover;
B'nai B'rith Women of Coral
Gables, contributors of an Ever-
lasting Light; Mr. and Mrs. Vic-
tor Levine, who gave a Mezzu-
zoth; Stanley C. Myers and Wal-
ter Kovner.
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will offer
the invocation which will be fol-
lowed by the Torah processional
and the signing of appropriate
liturgies by Cantor Samuel Kele-
mer. Kindling of the Everlasting
Light (N'ayr Tamid) will be per-
formed by Rabbi Max Shapiro,
while Mezzuzoth ritual will be
given by Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will
make the principal address. Kov-
ner will serve as master of cere-
monies and Dr. Michelson will
make a brief acceptance speech
on behalf of the Jewish students
at the university. Rabbi Morris
Skop will pronounce the bene-
diction.


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SS^SSS:*" Jud9e Louie Bandel CamPai9ns For
Commission Post On 10-Point Program
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14. 1949
The Beth El Sisterhood will
sponsor a harvest dance Sunday.
October 23. from 8:30 to midnight
at the Dora August Memorial
Hall. 500 S.W. 17th Ave.
Eugene Praeger and his gvpsv
band will entertain with Hun-
garian. Polish and modern music.
Dance contest will be conducted
with prizes to the winners. Re-
freshments, including stuffed
cabbage and fricassee, will be
served
Mrs. Eugene Schwartz is chair-
man of the affair. Serving on her
committee are Mrs. Max Rappa-
port. Mrs. Ed Schussler and Mrs.
Herbert Schurowitz.
Hostesses will be the Mesdames
Jack Shapiro. Leo Rottenberg.
Gerald Perl. Schurowitz. Alfred
Perl. E. Kornstein and the Misses
Ruth Selig. Trudy Carp and Jo
Schlusser.
Ilebbs To Meet
Wnliu>sd.iv >ihl
Dobbs Chapter of B'nai B'rith
Young Women will hold its next
meetinu Wednesday at 8 p.m. at
the Miami Jewish Communitv
Center. 450 S.W. 16th Ave.
Guest speaker for the meeting
will be Pansv Flaum of the Mc-
Allister Hotel Flower vShop and
the Pansy Flaum School of Floral
Design wh 'ill speak on "Floral
Arrangements."
Miss Doris Brown, president, is
in charge of arrangements
Hilary Levin Enrolls At
Cornell University
Enrolled :n the freshman class
at Cornell University is Miss
Hilary Levin, a Juni g a luate of
Miami Beach High school. She :s
: at the college dormitory,
Anna Comstock House. Hilary
was circuit ti n m n gi 1 >f the
"Typhoon." staff feature writer
for "The Beachcomber." member
:' Mati nal ':"- n r Society, and
winner of the Thespian's gold
trophy for dramatics :n a first-
time award presented by the
school. She is the daughter of
Helen Alpert, Miami Beach pub-
li(:>:.
Both i:i Women
Kleel1 Leaders
Mrs. Jack Shapiro was elected
president of the Beth El Sister-
hood at a recent meeting of the
organization. She succeeds Mrs.
Charles Stahl, who presented her
with a silver gavel.
Others elected to office were
Mrs. Max Rappaport. first vice
president: Mrs. Eugene Schwartz,
second vice president: Mrs. Al-
fred Perl, third vice president;
Mrs. S. Geltner, recording secre-
tary: Mrs. Ruth Selig. financial
secretary: Mrs. A. M. Bear, treas-
urer.
Members of the board of di-
rectors are the Mesdames Charles
Stahl. Murray. Anna Bear. Abe
Pepper, Anna Sands. George
Solinger. Rottenberg. A. Rosen,
Sidney Palmer E. Kornstein, Al-
bert Greerberg. Harry Goldberg.
Dave S.nger, Phillip Handlin.
T:< :-.t ". .;.'. 1 '. Now Jersey,
is named after William Trent,
who bought the city's site in 1714.
years.
Louie Bandel. a Miami municipal judae for the past ten
years, has entered the November 15 race for Miami city com-
missioner.
Bandel, well known throughout Miami for his diversified
work in community affairs, is campaigning on a ten point
program.
This program includes immedi- p'.ished with self-liquidating
ate action for adequate sewe: dis-
I a facilities. Bandel decr:>.- th<
fact that Miami is known -
Mahi Shrine. Elks. B'nai B'rith.
Beth David Congregation. Florida
Peace Officers Association. Miami
Police Benevolent Association,
American Judicature Society,
Florida and Dade County Bar
Associations and a charter mem-
ber of the 29ers. a charitable
fraternal organization.
Bandel was a deputy commis-
sioner of the Florida Industrial
Commission, an original director
of and attorney for the Dade
County Blood Bank and still is an
active leader in March of Dimes
campaigns. During World War II
Bandel served overseas in the U.
S Merchant Marine and was
chairman of the Allied Masonic
war bond drive. He is now a
member of the Coast Guard tem-
porary reserve.
Campaign headquarters are lo-
cated on the mezzanine floor of
the Biscayne Building. Benton E,
Jacobs is campaign manager.
septic tank town of the nati
Ban : I 1 poses 1 xpenditure of
publicity funds to
Along with this a t'i r*ase, the Jiv? !
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slum clearance and pr visi n ( .
adequate low-cost housing for
i persons displaced in such an
ment.
' To further Miami's eo n mic
advance Bandel would encourage
all types of industry to locate
here, provided they do not create
smoke or other nuisances. Also
he favors in-.:: ed ti establish-
ment 1 ( a P.,n-A: 1 Mart,
and the creation of a big scale
annual Pan-American festival.
Bandel want? Miami to have a
municipally-owned, operated and
equipped auditorium and cultural
center, conveniently located. He
believes it would liquidate its
cost in about 15 years,
One of Bandel's most militant
in is nth sports program.
Tins would bring obvious results
in character building and com-
batting juvenile delinquency.
Als uld develop champions
in such sports as swimming, ten-
nis and golf. To this end Bandel
proposes immediate construction
of at least two public swin ing
Is, expansion of public tennis
courts and golf facilities for all
citizens. All this can be aecom-
rti n Bi i nt Park,
iel will diligently seek to
harmony between the
city commission and the water
;. and favors modernization
of antiquated zoning laws and
Realizing that the city commis-
sion is the legislative, or policy
making branch of the city gov-
ernment, and the city manager is
the administrative head of the
city. Bandel will support the city
ger wholeheartedly, in ac-
cordance with charter provisions.
Louie Bandel was born in
Jacksonville. 43 years ago. and
was educated in Jacksonville pub-
lic schools. He attended Stetson
University, the University of
Florida, and later received his
law degree at Cumberland Uni-
versity. He has been a resident
of Miami since 1926. practicing
law here since 1930. Bandel has
been as n in ipal 'udge
might .:.-. sin e :y40.
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Bittner the; n< n Frank.
a?e 3:. n :880 S.W
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Highlight of the meeting wiii
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showing of the new sound film on
human relations. "Picture In Your
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Samuel Weinfeld. ADL chair
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In cooperation with Mrs Ada
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combatting of discrimination and
advancing democratic group re-
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specially prepared graphic ex-
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Mark Silverstein. president, has
announced that an open forum
discussion will be held following
the presentation of the program
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Blocks For Meier Shfeyah Village
ds
PAGE THREE
The Miami Beach Unit of
Junior Hadassah is continuing its
building fund drive for Meier
Shfeyah, the orphaned children's
village in Israel. The group is
raising funds for a new building
for the children by selling bricks
at $1 a piece and blocks at $5 a
P1"mong those who have pur-
chased blocks in the new build-
ing thus far are Mr. and Mrs.
Leon Ell, Mrs. Mina Barr, Dr.
and Mrs. Jandon Schwarz, Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Udell and Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Bernard.
Plans are underway for the
"Balfour Ball" which will be held
in commemoration of the Balfour
Declaration and as a climax to
the building fund drive. The
dance will take place on Saturday
evening, November 5, at the Sor-
rento Hotel. There will be pro-
fessional night club entertainment
and the admission will be $1 per
person including tax. Tickets may
be obtained from any Junior Ha-
dassah member and will also be
renter Women To
Install Leaders
Tenth anniversary installation
of officers of the Miami Beach
Jewish Community Center Sister-
hood will be held on Wednesday
at 12:30 p.m. at the Shelborne
Hotel. Miami Beach. Mrs. Irving
Lchiman will serve as installing
officer.
To be inducted as president is
Mrs. Harry G. Rogers. Others
who will take office are Mrs.
Raymond Rubin, Mrs. Samuel
Lipton, Mrs. Samuel Wieson, Mrs.
Ben Zion Ginsburg, vice presi-
dents; Mrs. Joseph Lipton, treas-
urer: Mrs. William Feuer, fi-
nancial secretary; Mrs. Samuel
Ginsburg, recording secretary;
Mrs. William Sussman, social sec-
retary; Mrs. Jack Falk and Mrs.
George Goldberg, corresponding
secretaries.
Color scheme will be blue and
white which will be used in the
floral decorations and in the an-
niversary cake. Rabbi Irving
Lchrman will speak on "A New
Yeara New Synagoguea New
Challenge."
The sisterhood at its inception
ten years ago had 25 members.
Today it has a general member-
ship of 500 and a life membership
of 57.
Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg, who
is in charge of the program, is
planning a fashion show called
"Style Show for Jewish Living."
Mrs. Samuel Friedland, chairman
of the luncheon, has announced
that luncheon reservations may
be made by phoning or writing
the center office, 1701 Washing-
ton Ave.
on sale at the door the night of
the dance.
Members of the organization
are also making plans to attend
the All Florida Zionist Youth
Conclave being held in Tampa I
October 22 and 23. All members
of Junior Hadassah, Masada,
IZFA and Young Judaea are in-
vited to attend this conclave.
Weinkle To Represent
Area In JWB Finance
Carl Weinkle, Miami Beach
civic leader, is the representa-
tive of Jewish communities in
this area on the national finance
council of the National Jewish
Welfare Board (JWB). which will
hold its sixth annual meeting at
the Warwick Hotel in Philadel-
phia on October 29, 30 and 31, it
is announced by Robert S. Adler.
Chicago, council chairman. The
main item on the council's agenda
for the conference will be de-
tailed analysis of a proposed 1950
budget for JWB.
The council, formed in 1943 to
provide a non-partisan commit-
tee of review for proposed JWB
expenditures, now number 46
representatives of Jewish com-
munities in all sections of the
United States. In addition to
council members. community
leaders not connected with JWB
are invited to participate in the
discussions of the council at its
annual meetings.
Plaza Theatre Undergoes
Extensive Alterations
The Plaza Theatre, which has
become known as the showplace
of the Yiddish stars, is now un-
dergoing extensive alterations and
will re-open for the season com-
pletely remodeled. These re-
novations will make the South
Beach playhouse one of the most
modern, comfortable and attrac-
tive theatres in the areaan ap-
propriate setting for the topflight
acts that have been booked for
presentation this season, accord-
ing to Edgar B. Pearce, manager.
Last season such veterans of
the Yiddish stage as Molly, Picon,
Maurice Schwartz, Menasha
Skulnick. Michel Rosenberg and
Jennie Goldstein appeared at the
Plaza under the supervision of
Jacob Schachter.
BB Young Women
Will Hold Dance
Clara Hirsh Landau Chapter,
B'nai B'rith Young Women, will
sponsor a dance Sunday night,
October 23, at the Martinique
Hotel, Miami Beach, according to
an announcement by Elaine
Schwartz, president.
Dancing to the music of Danny
Yates, an "Ideal Man" contest
and entertainment are on tap.
Co-chairmen of the affair are
Arlene Sisselman and Ruth Kalin.
Assisting them are Norma Thal-
blum, tickets; Shirley Marks,
publicity; Elaine Schwartz, con-
test; Barbara Devore, Henrietta
Rosenthal, Evelyn Falke and
Mitzie Goldberg, arrangements.
Tickets are one dollar and pro-
ceeds are earmarked for the
chapter's projects.
Center Nursery School
Registration Opens
The Miami Beach Jewish Com-
munity Center nursery school is
new accepting registration of
children from 3 to 5l/z years of
age for classes which will begin
Monday, October 31. Classes will
be held daily Monday through
Friday, from 9 a.m. to 12 noon
in the center patio, 1701 Wash-
ington Ave.
The center nursery school win
provide an integrated program
including art, music, dance and
creative play guided by a pro-
fessional staff under the super-
vision of Mrs. Sylvia Bernstein
Further information may
obtained by calling the
office at 58-2503.
be
center
In ancient Greece the athlete's
principal diet consisted of fresh
cheese.
Style Show Will
High lite Meeting
Of BB Women
A membership rally and fash-
ion show will be sponsored by
the North Shore Women's Chap-
ter of B'nai B'rith on Monday,
October 24 at 8 p.m. at the Sherry
Frontenac Hotel, it has been an-
nounced by Mrs. Malcolm First,
chairman.
Members will model ladies win-
ter fashions from the Sonya-
Renee Shop of Normandy Isle
and the show will be directed by
Mrs. Stanley Phillips, a past
president of the women's chapter.
A musical skit will be presented
in which all officers and commit-
tee chairmen will participate and
tell of the specific duties of their
various committees. Refreshments
will be served.
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to Aiiend Our
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MONDAY
October 17th
9 AM to 9 PM
DADE FEDERAL'S steady growth since its establishment in 1934 made extensive
alterations to our quarters necessary. These alterations and modern appointments
reflect our appreciation of the community's support and confidence. They
include complete air-conditioning, acoustic tile ceilings, soft, indirect lighting and
r. ic, and colorful walls c#d furniture for your comfort. For better service to you,
additional space, equipment and other serviceable features have been provided.
It k our determination to maintain the same high standards that hove always
characterized DADE FEDERAL'S service and to keep it a savings institution worthy
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Flagler-Granada
Oroup Plans Foil
Winter Program
The Flagler-Granada Jewish
Community Center has announced
a series of entertainments for the
next few months.
First of these will be held at
the next general meeting at the
Coral Gables Woman's Club on
October 20 at 8:30 p.m. At that
time trophies will be awarded to
the winning team of the group's
summer bowling tournament,
which consists of Captain Ralph
Lang Charles Adclman, Al Dia-
mond. Jack Glazer and Charles
Goodman. Eugene Marks will re-
ceive a trophy for high mdivi-
"Vewly elected officers of the
winter bowling league are Robert
Stiller chairman; Ben Clein,
treasurer and Milton Shenberg,
secretary. Anyone wishing to
bowl is asked to report to Play-
dium Alleys any Tuesday eve-
Leo Rothstein, entertainment
chairman, has completed plans for
a Halloween costume ball to be
held at the Dora August Memorial
Hall on Saturday evening, Octo-
ber 29. Donation will be $1 per
person. Music will be furnished
by a local dance band.
Plans are being completed for
a New Year's Eve affair to be
held at the Coral Gables Woman's
Club. Admission will be by re-
servation only and may be made
with any member of the organ-
ization.
Mrs. James Segal, woman s ac-
tivities chairman, announced that
the choral group, under the di-
rection of Mrs. Paul Draxer is
meeting on Monday nights at sta-
tion WTTT and is open to any
member of the organization.
Anvone interested is requested to
contact her by calling 4-0425.
Mrs. Drazer will shortly hold try-
outs for a dramatic play to be
presented this winter. Members
are asked to contact her for
further information.
(.-Ill'* Women
To Meet Tuesday
A meeting of B'nai B'rith Wom-
en of Coral Gables is slated for
Tucsdav at 8:15 p.m. at Hillel
House. 3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Theme of the year's program
at meetings will be "B'nai B'rith
at Work and Play." After the
business meeting the "work" por-
tion of the program will be "The
Background of the Anti-Defama-
tion League," to be presented by
Mrs. Peter Glaber, a past presi-
dent of the Germantown chapter
of B'nai B'rith of Philadelphia.
Mrs. Glazer for five years was
city chairman of Anti-Defama-
tion of the Philadelphia council
of B'nai B'rith of about 40 chap-
ters. The "play" portion of the
program will be a give away
quiz with audience participation.
The chapter will celebrate its
second anniversary with a birth-
day card party and enttrtain-
ment on Saturday evening, Octo-
ber 22. at the Coral Gables Wom-
an's Club. Mrs. A. Frank Welhns,
chairman, has planned the pro-
gram, which will include the
lighting of the huge birthday
cake. Refreshments will be
served.
SHARE A HOME
Widow would like to share her
lovely home. Couple or business
people. Centrally located. 10 min-
utes from the city. Reasonable.
1613 N.W. 16th Ave. Call 82-1902.
New Ultra-Modern June Dairy Plant Has Latest Equipment, Occupies Block
The new $250,000 Miami plant
of June Dairy Products Company
is "10 years ahead of anything in
ite*-" Zhis the word frm
Matthew S. Bandler, June Dairy
executive vice president and
founder.
Occupying an entire city block
at N.W. 22nd Ave. and 23rd St.,
the new streamlined structure
features refrigeration equipment
of the latest Freen type with
automatic defrosting.
Hand operation will be minim-
ized by the use of automatic con-
veyors. Eggs will be candled by
the newest machine methods. Egg
cartons will be filled and sealed
with mechanical equipment.
Cheese will be cut and pack-
aged mechanically on stainless
steel counters in tiled, air-condi-
tioned and filtered rooms. Offices
are also air-conditioned.
The building is fireproof and
vermin-proof, of steal and con-
crete construction. The plant will
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Palm Ave. 3 Bedrooms2 Baths
41st St. Area. Near Beth Sholefh.
PH. JACOBS 5-2135
FOR SALE
GUEST HOUSE BV OWNER
326 N. E. 2lit St.
15-Bedrooms, all newly decorated
and completely equipped. Ready
for season. Good living quarters.
FOR RENT
5 Rm. Apt.$125 year round
3 Rm. Apt.$85 year round
(in Rear)
Separate EntranceBath
Both beautifully furnished
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have its own parking yard for
servicing of delivery trucks.
The plant will be used to store,
process, package and ship such
food products as butter, eggs and
cheese. The site is 282 by 140 feet,
extending along a private siding
of the Seaboard railroad. Facili-
ties include refrigerated space for
20 carloads of dairy products. In
addition, there is dry storage
space for five carloads of non-
perishable products.
A standby electric generating
plant will prevent possible loss
occasioned by power failure from
windstorms or other causes.
Steward & Skinner of Miami are
the architects.
Rabbi Skop To Speak At Luncheon
During ADL Workshop In Orlando
Rabbi Morris A. Skop
will be
guest speaker at the luncheon to
be held in connection with the
statewide ADL seminar-work-
shop at the San Juan Hotel, Or-
lando, on Sunday, October 30, ac-
cording to a joint announcement
by Miss Ethel Pont, president,
Florida Federation of B'nai B'rith
Women's Chapters, and Gilbert
J. Balkin, director, Florida re-
gional office, Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith. Subject of
Rabbi Skop's address will be
"Teaching Democracy in the
Public Schools."
Widely known in Florida for
his interfaith and civic activities,
Beth Sholom Ladies
To Present Drama
"Stage Door," famous Broad-
way play by George S. Kaufman
and Edna Ferber, will be present-
ed by the Sisterhood of Temple
Beth Sholom on the evenings of
November 7, 8 and 9 at the Mi-
ami Beach Senior High School,
according to Mrs. Alexander Rob-
bins, sisterhood president.
Mrs. Allan Herron, drama
chairman, announces the follow-
ing cast which is being directed
by Lillian Fox. well-known
dramatic coach: the Mesdames
William Loeb, Nicky Markoff,
Nan Bernstein, Arthur Burrell,
Ruth Foreman, Justin Bauman,
Allan Herron, Morry Morris, Ruth
Kupper, Ned Satter, Mickey
Krause, Rose Segal, Ben Dorson,
Lillian Levine, Emanuel Gold-
strich, Sidney Barr, Joseph
Fenias. Gladys Glickman, Harold
Sweet, and Lester Korshak, John
Owen, Jerry Green, Joseph
Renias, Mickey Krause, Sidney
Huberman, Herbert Mathis, Vic-
tor Behar, Arthur Burrell.
Mrs. Norman Babel is in charge
of tickets; Mrs. Bertram- Waller
is handling properties, with the
assistance of Mrs. Leila Rosenthal
and Mrs. Eli Maltzer; Mrs. Bert
Whitman is wardrobe mistress
and Mrs. Louis Stoff and her
daughter, Mrs. Pat Leslie, are in
charge of production.
"All proceeds from this pre-
sentation will go to the support
of the temple's religious school,
which is our sisterhood's major
responsibility," stated Mrs. Rob-
bins in her announcement.
Beach AJC To
Sponsor Dance
Miami Beach Capter of the
American Jewish Congress will
open fall activities with a fund
raising dance to be held Wednes-
day at 9 p.m. at the Versailles
Hotel. Miami Beach, according to
an announcement by Mrs. Wil-
liam Loeb, president.
Chairman of the event is Mrs.
Alfred Lesser. Assisting her are
Mrs. Murray Blane, co-chairman;
Mrs. Jerome Kimball, publicity;
Mrs. Herbert Greenberg, hospital-
lt3Hostesses will be the Mesdames
Rose Weiss. Martin Genet,
Ernest Busker, Morris Rabmo-
witz, Emanuel Baskind Arthur
Kimmel, Irving Adelberg. Mac
Weiner, Carl Rafey. Bertha
Yogoda Louis Makofsky, Lillian
Swift Emanuel Gilbert. Frank
Glazer Mary Pollak, Harry
Seller? Greene Matthew
Silverstein and George BerK.
Rabbi Skop has been a leader in
the movement for developing in-
tergroup education programming
in the public schools. He is chair-
man of the standing Florida State
Committee on Sectarian En-
croachments in the Schools.
Sponsored by the Florida Fed-
eration of B'nai B'rith Women's
Chapters, in cooperation with the
Florida regional ADL office, the
seminar-workshop will be de-
voted to a discussion and demons-
tration of projects, programs and
materials for building good hum-
an relations in the communities
of our state.
.Mrs. Sam Silver is serving as
chairman of the Greater Miami
delegation to the all-day session.
Co-chairmen of the program are
Mrs. William Wolfson of Tampa,
Florida state ADL women's
LEGAL NOTICE
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCl'lT COURT OP THE
11th JUDICIAL, CIRCUIT IX AXU
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHAXCERY, Xo. 127702.
MARIAN B1ALAC XEVEL. Plaintiff,
vs. JOSEPH E. XEVEL, Defendant.
THE STATE OF FI,ORIDA
TO: JOSEPH E XEVEL
1898 Blllingsly Terrace,
Bronx, Xew York
You are hereby required to flic
your appearance to Plaintiff's Bill of
Complaint for Divorce in the above-
styled cause on or before the 14 day
of November, 1949. otherwise the
allegations of said Bill will lie taken
as confessed by you.
DATED at Miami, Florida, this 12
day of October, 1949.
E. B. LEA THERM AN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FED IE,
Deputy Clerk.
JOSEPH W. MALEK
Solicitor for Plaintiff
1703 Congress Building
Miami, Florida
10/14-21-28 11/4
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTS",
FLORIDA. IX CHAXCERY, Xo.
127635.
SAMUEL WEISER. Plaintiff, vs. IDA
C. WEISER. Defendant,
TO: IDA C. WEISER
lfi Ridge Street
Tuckahoe. New York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED lhai
a suit for divorce has been Instituted
against you, and you are hereby re-
quired to file therein your appearance
or answer on or before Xoyejnber 7.
1949, otherwise the allegations of said
bill will be taken as confessed by you.
Dated this 7 day of October, 1919.
K P. LEATHER MAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. H. RICE. JR..
Deputy Clerk.
GEOROE .1 TALIAXOKF
Attorney for Plaintiff
10/14-21-28 11/4
chairman, and Mrs. Nat Berman,
ADL chairman, Orlando B'nai
B'rith Women's Chapter.
Reservations for the statewide
session may be made through
Mrs. Sam Silver, Greater Miami
chairman, 330 Seybold Building,
telephone 3-6306.
The June Dairy firm has op-
erated in Miami for a quarter of
a century, supplying its products
to local food markets, hotels and
restaurants.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
.NOTICE IS I1EKKHY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Roberta's Beauty Salon at 1754 S.W.
Third Avenue, Miami, intends to reg-
ister paid name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida.
ROBERTA LEE THOMAS
10/14-21-28 11/4-11
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVEXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IX AXD FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHAXCERY, Xo.
127634.
JORXA SIMBERO, Plaintiff, vs. OTTO
SIMBERG. Defendant.
TO: OTTO SIMBERG
Alloway Garage
Alloway, Xew Jersey
YOU ARE required to appear
to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce
filed in this cause, on or before thf
7 day of November, 1949: otherwise
the allegations thereof will be (akin
as confessed against yen.
E. B. LBATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. II. RICE, JR.,
Deputy Clerk.
GEORGE J. TALIAXOKF
Attorney for Plaintlfl
10/14-21-28 11/4
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVEXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IX AXD FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IX CHAXCERY. No.
127708.
LENA GOLDKRAND, Plaintiff, vs.
harry goldkbaxd, Defendant.
TO: HARRY GOLDKRAND,
73 Tremont Street,
ISoslon. Massachusetts
YOU ARE REQUIRED to appear to
the Bill of Complaint for Divorce filed
in this cause, on or before the 11
day of November, 1949; otherwise the
allegations thereof will be taken as
confessed against you.
E. B. LBATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit court 8eal)
By R. H. RICK, JR.,
Deputv Clerk.
george .1. talianoKF, Attorney
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Kla.
10/14-21-28 11/4
"A GOOD NAME
la more to be
treasured than riches."
Proverbi
GORDON
FUNERAL
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IMPLIES
For 25 years the name
GORDON has been as-
sociated with service to
Greater Miami Jewish
causes.
In your time of need let
us help you as we have
done for other grateful
families
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GORDON
710 S.W. 12th Avenue
Phone 3-3431 or 9-1436
JOS. L. PLUMMER
Funeral Director

METROPOLE HOTEL
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100 rooms furnished and 4 stores. Should gross about $115,000.
Cash required $75,000. Or owner will lease for 5 years at a
reasonable rental.
FEUER & EISENSTEIN. Realtors
W. I. FEUER
235 Lincoln Road
"PERSONALIZED SERVICE"
Brokers Cooperate
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Dr. Barnard Milloff has been
appointed by the Hollywood B'nai
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with Miss Anna D. Daniels of'the
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PAGE SEVEN
IN THE MAIL
>iv Cheek
For Voice of the People Column:
I am seated at my desk. A few
minutes ago I was glancing at my
memo pad to see what remains
to be done. One notation was en-
circled. All it said was "ZOA mem
check." I pulled out my check-
book and wrote a check to the
order of the Miami Beach Zionist
District, 235 Lincoln Road, to
cover mv ZOA membership dues
fr this new Jewish year, 5710.
I am not the sort of person
who writes checks just for the
fun of it. I will not support any
organization without a function-
ing program. The establishment
of the State of Israel hasn't ended
the need for Zionist activity in
that area, the second of Ameri-
can Zionist's twin objectivesa
Jewish cultural and religious re-
naissance is still far away and
requires the unique approach and
intensive effort with organized
mass support that only American
Zionists can give through their
result-producing organizations. If
ZOA were to remain strong and
active only for this purpose
dayenu!
But is our political and public
relations work done? Israel has
a long way to go to reach its goal
of security and peace. No peace
treaties have as vet been signed
with any of the Arab states. Dis-
turbing reports reach us that the
U. S government is exercising
piessure upon Israel to make
large territorial concessions to the
Arab states and to accept back
large numbers of refugee Arabs.
A powerful influence is being
exerted to exclude Jewish Jeru-
salem from the State of Israel.
One may say that these matters
art for the Israel government and
not for us. Right, except to the
extent that the American State
Department is mixed up in all
this. It is our responsibility as
American citizens to help steer
the foreign policy of the United
States.
Lister, to this: On September
12. 1949, under the headline
'Friends of Arabs Form Outfit to
Attack Israel," the New York
Post revealed a "new and well-
financed propaganda organiza-
tion" has been formed and named
"Holvland Emergency Liaison
ProMiam" of "HELP."
Says the New York Post: "Its
sponsorship indicates it is strong-
ly pro-Arab and decidedly anti-
Israel in its approach to the
touchy issues in the Middle East
. HELP has its headquarters in
the (Washington) office of the
Middle East Institute, an oil com-
panysubsidized outfit which
supports the Arab cause and op-
poses the new State of Israel" and
has "close relations with the con-
trolling pro-Arab clique in the
Middle East section of the State
Department."
Sponsors and executive com-
mittee members of HELP include
Kermit Roosevelt, pro-Arab lec-
turer and author; Lessing J.
Rosenwald, president of the
American Council for Judaism;
Barclay Acheson, an executive of
"Reader's Digest," a pro-Arab,
and Alfred M. Lillienthal, writer
of that recent anti-Zionist article
in Reader's Digest" and a Wash-
ington leader of the American
Council for Judaism.
See what I mean? That's why
I sent in my ZOA membeship
dues right now!
Sincerely,
MAX MEISEL
Kaye and Moldan
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maros, Sam J. Stahl and Alex Kandel.
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Marmarosh Unit
Receives Charter
Charter of the newly organized
Marmarosh Federation of Great-
er Miami was recently signed by
Circuit Judge William A. Herin.
The fraternal order consists of
persons who have at any time
resided in the Marmarosh area
of Czechoslovakia, their relations
and friends, who are either per-
manent or temporary residents
of Florida.
Object of the organization is
"to promote good will, friendli-
ness and sociability among its
members, to foster interest in
Marmarosh among residents of
Florida and to maintain contact
between Marmarosh and Florida
for social and benevolent pur-
poses."
Officers of the group are Leon
Berg, president; Harry Pearl, vice
president; Max Bertman, secre-
tary; Nathan Slomowitz, treas-
urer. Board members are Eugene
Myers, Joseph Dube, Mrs. Yetta
Farkash, Sam Sapsovitz, Sam
Marmaros and Alex Kandel.
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Betrothal Revealed
The engagement and approach-
ing marriage of Miss Jackie Nadel
to Harry Cygielman, son of Mr.
and and Mrs. Eddy Cygielman of
Miami Beach, has been announced
by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Nadel. 2541 S.W. 24th St.
The ceremony is slated for
October 23 at the Monte Carlo
Hotel. Miami Beach. Rabbi Col-
man A. Zwitman will read the
service.*
The bride-elect was honored
Wednesday at a luncheon and
personal shower by her aunt. Mrs.
Ben Fenster. The party took place
at the Varsity Grill in Coral
Gables.
\ dniore
Mimsye Seiden
Mimsye Seiden To
Wed Leon Mav
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Seiden of
Miami Beach announce the en-
gagement of then- daughter,
Mimsye Adele. to Loon May. the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Mortimer
May oi Nashville, Tenn.
The bride-elect was graduated
from Miami Beach High School
and attended the University of
Miami. She is a member .'f' Al-
pha Epsilon Phi sororit> She -
the granddaughter of Mrs
Charles Greenf eld and the late
Mr. Greenfield of this citj
Mr. May :s a graduati I V n-
derbilt University where he was
affiliated with Zeta Beta
fraternity. During th< -.\ a
served in the Navy
years
The wedding will take plact
November 27 at Temple Israel.
Bernsteins To Leave For
New York Next Week
Mrs Irving Bernstein and son.
Buddy, who accompanied their
son and brother. Sam. to Gaines-
ville, where he is enrolled as a
freshman at the University of
Florida, recentlv returned to Mi-
ami. Sam is a Pi Lambda Phi
pledge
Mr. and Mrs. Bernstein and her
brother. Flyman Rosenblum. will
leave for New York next week to
attend several family weddings.
En route they will stop in Gaines-
ville to visit Sam. In New York
the Bernsteins will visit their
daughter. Mrs. Shirley Moses
Eastman Musician
Moves To Miami
Samuel Belov, brother of Joel
Belov. member of the University
of Miami music faculty, has
move to Miami
A well known violinist-violist,
the newcomer taught at the E.>.-'.-
man Seh.vl .:' Music in Rochester.
N. Y. for 29 years before coming
here
He and Mrs Belov have i -
lished a h m< ..: 47ti4 S.W. 2nd
St.
Miss Weiss Speaks
Miss Malvina Weiss, principal
of South Beach Elementary
s -'. spoke on "Adult Adjust-
ment to Living" at a meeting of
the Temple Isaiah Sisterhood
Tuesd ght at the temple.
Hostesses at the meeting were
Mrs Ann Berry. Mrs Anna Bevn-
-.....i Mrs. Clara Mae Van
V <<
ns are ':< ing formulated foi
membership tea to be held No-
ier 2 at the Delano Hotel.
Mrs Aaron C >urs n :> in charge
. rang! ".eiits.
The executive board of the or-
ganization met at the Delano re-
cently to discuss activities for the
coming season.
Workmen's Circle Unit
To Meet Sunday Night
Workmen's Circle Branch No.
(i!>2 of Miami will meet Sunday
at 8 p.m. at the lvceum. 1545
S.W. 3rd St Reports of the South-
ern conference which was held in
Houston recently will be given
by delegates, Mr and Mrs. Morris
Jacobs, Harry Rose and Max
Glieberman.
Personally Speaking
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Seqal announce the birth oi a son,
Judah. on October 6 at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Mr. Segal is
the field representative of the American Jewish Conqress.
* *
Mr. and Mis. Sol F-.ne, 5951 S.W. 13th St., announce the
birth of a daughter, Temah Shera, on September 29 at Edge-
water Hospital. The Fines and family recently moved to Miami
from Sydney, Nova Scotia. They now have as their house-
guest Mr. Fine's sister, Mrs. Heniy Wolff, who arrived here
from Montreal several weeks ago.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Baum of N. Alton Road, Miami Beach,
have returned to their home after spending several weeks
vacationing in North Carolina and New York.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Max Hoffman have returned from a three-
month tour of the West Coast and British Columbia. They are
now residing at the Adams Hotel, Miami Beach.
* *
Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Aronovitz returned horn their vacation
in the North Sundav.
* + *
David Gross recently underwent surgery at Jackson
Memorial Hospital and is recuperating at his home, 634 S.W.
10th Ave.
*
Sailing today for Europe are Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Mann-
heimer who will fly from there to Israel, where they plan to spend
three months.
* *
Harold Shapiro recently returned from Milwaukee, Wiss.,
where he spent the High Holy Days with his mother, Mrs. Fannie
Shapiro.
* *
Sheldon Gans, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nat Gans, 2531 S.W.
14th St.. will arrive from Gainesville Friday to spend the week-
end with his parents. Sheldon is a freshman at the University
of Florida.
* *
Irvin Schindler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schindler, phoned
his parents from New York Tuesday to bid them farewell before
departing for Israel where he will live for the next two years.
Irvin will return in about three weeks for a few days to pick up
his wife and children. He will be associated with the Israel
Air Lines. The Sam Schindlers recentlv returned from New
York.
itemple Youth
Plan Masquerade
Temple Isaiah Young People's
League will sponsor a masquerade
ball at the Shelborne Hotel Sat-
urday. October 29. at 9 p.m.
Featured on the evening's pro-
gram will be a contest for the
most original costume. Cham-
pagne, free dinners at the Shel-
borne Hotel and other gifts will
be presented to the winners.
Judges will be Ben Tupler.
Joseph Rosenthal, Dr. Seymour
Kreisler. Harold Shapiro. Julius
Jay Perlmutter and Aaron Cour-
shon,
John Gloria, local baritone and
Lillian Stein, coloratura soprano,
will offer selections and an ex-
hibition of hypsnosis will be pie-
sented by Sy Lippman. Al Kul-
lick will serve as master of cere-
monies
Chairman of the affair is
Evelyn Ell. Assisting are Sy Lipp-
man. co-chairman: Ernie New-
man, publicity; Eleanor Keys.
hospitality; Ralph Stein, ticket;
Shirley Union, door; Muriel
Greenberg and Phyllis Nagle. en-
tainment; Richard Wynn. photo-
graphy.
Hostesses will be Janet Sklaw.
Barbara Levine. Jerry Krum-
bien. Trudy Lach. Carroll Bern-
stein. Gloria Berry. Henrietta
Rosenthal and Estelle Rubin.
Polish Brother, Sister Reunited After
40 Years As Result Of Radio Appeal
Mrs. Benjamin Appel will be
installed as president of the Mi-
ami Beach Auxiliary to the Jew-
ish Home for the Aged on Tues-
day at 12:30 p.m. at the Delano
Hotel, Miami Beach. Mrs. Appel
is also a campaign leader in the
S300.000 fund raising drive being
launched by the home on Sunday.
National Council
To Mark Birthday
The National Council of Jew-
ish Women will observe its 56th
birthday anniversary on Satur-
day. On that day the National
Broadcasting System will present
a fifteen-minute coast-to-coast
broadcast of a dramatic program
entitled -The Council Storv."
Council Day will be observed
throughout the country bv 226
Sections of the National Council
of Jewish Women. In this coun-
try council fills unmet commumtv
needs, sponsors a broad program
of education and social action,
and meets the varied needs of
immigrants. Overseas council
maintains homes for unattached
women in Athens and Paris; pro-
vides scholarships in welfare
work at American universities for
qualified Jewish women from
abroad, sends supplementarv food
and clothing to children and
young_ adults in Europe. Israel
and North Africa: and supports
the School of Education of He-
brew University in Jerusa'..
BAP lladassah
Plan (lames IVic
The Miami Beach Business and
Professional Hadassah will spon-
sor a games party at the Cad;llac
Hotel Wednesday evening. Pro-
ceeds will go to the aid of im-
migrants coming into Israel.
Highlight of the evening will
be an address bv Mrs. Herbert
Russcol. resident of Tel Aviv. Is-
rael, and former member of Ha-
ganah. She has worked as a
nurse on immigrant ships and
refugee camps and is visiting her
parents Mr. and Mrs .'
Shawmut. Miami Beach
Pictured above (L to r.) are Simon Seiden, who broadcast the
appeal which resulted in the reunion of Mrs. Dorothy Harris of
Miami Beach and her brother. Feiwel Itskovili, who arrived here
only three weeks ago. Photograph was taken by Albert Rosenbaoh
concentration camp friend of Itzkoviti.
The poignant reunion of a refu-
gee and his sister, who had been
separated for 40 years, will be
broadcast Saturday night over
the Jewish Forum Hour, the pro-
gram which was responsible for
the joyous meeting.
Feiwel Itzkovitz, a butcher, ar-
rived here about a month ago
from Lodz, Poland. All of his im-
mediate family except a sister,
who had departed for the United
Garden Rites Join
Corinne Adler And
Ira Goldstein
Miss Corinne Adler became the
bride of Ira Goldstein at 5 p.m.
Sundav at the home of Mrs. Ida
Optner. 2353 S.W. 24th Ter. Rabbi
Colman A. Zwitman read the
garden service.
The bride is the daughter of
Mrs. May Adler. Red Bank. N.
J. The bridegroom's parents are
Mr. and Mrs. David Goldstein,
Asbury Park. N. J.
Given in marriage by her bro-
ther. Alfred Adler. the bride wore
a champagne satin and lace after-
noon dress and carried a white
bible adorned with white orchids.
Mrs. Mildred Harris was matron
of honor and Miss Lillian Adler
served as bridesmaid.
Best man was Jack Adler.
Ushering were Leon, Syd and
Dave Adler.
A reception and dinner at the
Saxony Hotel followed the cere-
mony. The bride's mother greeted
guests in blue crepe with an or-
chid corsage. The senior Mrs.
Goldstein chose navy faille, or-
chids.
The bride attended the Uni-
versity of Miami.
Hebrew School
Forms Sisterhood
Mrs. Joseph Silow. who has
been appointed to organize a Mi-
ami Hebrew School and Congre-
gation Sisterhood, announces that
there will be a meeting of the
group Tuesday at 12:30 p.m. in
the dining room of the synagogue
building.
Refreshments will be served.
A Succos party was held for
the children of the religious
school Tuesday afternoon. The
committee in charge of the affair
included the Mesdames Silow.
William Litt. Michael Blank and
Hy Abramowitz.
States when he was only nine
months old, had died in German
concentration camps and Eas
chambers.
..'I?le1_.new, American had heard
that his sister was now living
somewhere in Florida and sought
the aid of Simon Seiden. director
of the Jewish Forum Hou
station WWPB. in finding
Seiden told the refugee's story
three times during his broadcasts
Mrs. Rose Robinson of 242 N W
13th Ave. heard Seiden's account
and bolted out of her cha (
friend of hers. Mrs. D
Harris of 1232 Ocean Dr.. M
Beach, answered the description.
Mrs. Robinson's recognition
initiated a series of phone c I
from Mrs. Robinson to Mrs. Har-
ris to Seiden to Itzkovitzwhich
resulted in the momentous meet-
ing the following mornins out-
side of Seiden's home at 503 S W,
17th Ave. amid a small band of
relatives and friends.
Itzkovitz. his wife and three
children. Celia. 14. Minna. 9 n
Irving. 7. are living at 164. W.
7th St. The family came here un-
der the auspices of the Joint Dis-
tribution Committee. Sin
end of the war they had be-
ing in a DP camp at Garmisch,
Germany.
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jr. Hadassah Unit
To Hold Social
The Miami Unit of Junior Ha-
dassah will hold a candlelight and
ffine membership social Sunday
,8pm at the home of Shirley
and Lee Friedman, 1910 S.W. 17th
Rabbi Moshay P. Mann wili
crve as guest speaker. His sub-
toe( will be -The Importance of
v'uih- Affiliation with Zionist
Oraanizations." Frances Lovinger
win offer vocal selections
Serving as chairman of the af-
fair is Shirley Friedman, who will
assiSted by Charma Cohen, co-
chairman, and Lee Friedman
Polly Baum, Francene Rose and
Ca|1 young women between the
aees of 18 and 25 are invited to
attend Further information may
be obtained by calling Shirley
Friedman at 9-7789.
The Miami group is undertak-
ine the .-upport of a child named
Isak in Meier Shfeyah, the or-
(anizati >n's orphaned children's
Sillage in Israel, according to an
announcement by Miriam Schein-
berg. fund-raising chairman.
Isak is a ten and a half year old
boy for whom the unit has ac-
cepted the responsibility of rais-
ing $598 which will provide food,
using, education, med-
|Cal car. ind other expenses for
a period of eight months.
Money for this project will be
obtained through a costume ball
scheduled for November 12 and
a talent show planned for Feb-
Assistin Miss Scheinberg with
fund i. ising are Mickey Einhorn
and Charma Cohen.
At Meier Shfeyah. which has
been maintained "by Junior Ha-
dassah for 25 years, there are
400 boys and girls ranging in
age from 10 to 14 years, half of
whmn ci me from outside of Is-
rael. This half is in Israel under
the Youth Aliyah movement and
the remainder is composed of
under; [ed children born in
Palestini A'ho have been recom-
mended to the village by the
. ice agencies of the
country.
ADL Leader To Speak
At Sholem Luncheon
Oscar Cohen, national director
of community service division of
the Anti-Defamation League of
B'ru.i B'i ith. will speak at a meet-
ing of the Sholem Lodge luncheon
elub to be held Friday at 12:15
p.m. at the Downtowner Restaur-
ant. Seybold Building.
Academy PTA-
Ladies League
To Meet Tuesday
Special meeting and tea for
members of the Parent-Teacher
Association and the Ladies Lea-
UeL,f.,thne Hebrew Academy will
be held Tuesday afternoon at 145
p.m. at the home of Mrs. David
S. Andron, 3127 Prairie Ave Mi-
ami Beach.
This meeting will initiate a
series of cultural and social ac-
tivities for the parents and friends
of the academy. Mrs. Alfred Stone
president, will present the pro-
gram of activities for the ensuing
year.
Mrs. Jack Burris will act as
chairman of the reception com-
mittee. She will be assisted by
the Mesdames Louis Makovsky.
Al Osheroff, Irving Lehrman. Sol
Sugarman, Sidney Rubinowitz,
Samuel Cohen and Joseph Rack-
ovsky.
Share* I nit To
Hear Beautician
A meeting of the Sharet Chap-
ter of B'nai B'rith Young Women
will be held Tuesday at 8 p.m.
at the Louise Laird Salon, Coral
Gables. Following a brief busi-
ness meeting, Miss Heins, salon
cosmetologist, will discuss make-
up, hair styles and skin diseases.
A figure consultant will also be
on hand to discuss figure prob-
lems.
Members' mothers are invited
to attend and refreshments will
be served. Rosalyn Morris is
chairman of the affair.
Temple Ladies
To Hear Balkin
Next open meeting of the
Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Sholom will be held Wednesday
at 1:30 p.m. in the temple ban-
quet hall.
Gilbert Balkin. Florida director
of the Anti-Defamation League
will be the featured speaker. He
will review the current motion
picture hit, "Sword in the Desert."
Dessert and coffee will be
served, with Mrs. Irving Marcus
and Mrs. Louis Stoff, serving as
hospitality Chairman. Mrs. Eman-
uel Goldstrich is program chair-
man.
Mrs. Hess Entertains
Mrs. David Hess, vice president
and membership chairman of the
.M!amj 9',<)UP of Hadassah, enter-
tained 40 members of her com-
mittee at a dessert luncheon on
BW [nfue0f her h0me at 2190
S.W. 10th St.. last week. Plans
tor an all-out membership drive
were discussed. This drive will be
highlighted by the presentation
of Woman of the Month," the
member who secures the greatest
number of paid up members each
mP1nth- To this member a prize
will be awarded. Further inform-
o!-0cmay be obtained by calling
""5756,
Open House Slated
Rabbi and Mrs. Isaac H. Ever
will hold open house at their
home, 1313 14th St., Miami Beach,
Sunday following the morning
Simchas Torah services. No per-
sonal invitations have been is-
sued. Friends are invited to be
present.
Malek Appointed
Appointment of Joseph Malek
as co-chairman of the social pro-
grams held every other Sunday
afternoon at the Jewish Home for
the Aged was announced recently
by Leo Allen, executive director
of the home.
Malek will serve with Leo
Steinman in preparing the pro-
grams to be held at the home
every other week.
"Miami's Future" Will
Keynote Wolfarth Race
"The future of Miami" will be
the keynote of William (Bill)
Wolfarth's election campaign, the
candidate for city commissioner
announced this week.
"I'm running for city commis-
sioner," Wolfarth declared, "be-
cause I believe that with com-
petent, dignified, honest and bus-
iness-like government the future
of Miami is boundless."
"A real city plan" was demand-
ed by Wolfarth, "with zoning,
traffic regulation and capital im-
provements planned for the
future needs of Miaminot for
the pocketbooks of those to whom
today's dollar means more than
a modern progressive city."
The candidate promised to "go
out and get desirable industry
and create more employment" if
elected, warning that unless ac-
tion is taken New Orleans and
other cities will "pull the eco-
nomic rug out from under us."
Reporting that he came to Mi-
ami in 1935 "with 500 dollars in
my pocket and some ambition,"
Wolfarth is now owner and man-
ager of the Cushman Baking Co.
"I feel that I owe something to
Miami," he said, promising to
work for "clean, forward looking
city government that will create
better opportunities for business-
men, workers and all the people
of Miami, not just a few in-
fluential pressure groups."
Altemus Joins
Peninsular Staff
Robert M. Altemus. certified
public accountant and member of
the accounting
firm of Abess,
Morgan & Alte-
mus, has joined
the faculity of
Peninsular Insti-
tute as instructor
in federal taxa-
tion.
Altemus is a
member of the
American Insti-
tute of Account-
ants, the Florida
Institute of Ac- Altemus
countants and the Dade County
Society of Certified Public Ac-
countants.
Obituaries
HERMAN SIMON
72, of 750 S.W. 7th St., paused away
Monday. A resident of Miami for S
years, he came here from New York.
He leaves his widow Clara ani"
daughter Mrs, Estelle Judge The re
mains were sent to New York for
services by the Gordon Funej-al Home.
MI88 ESTELLE ROTGARO
44. of 930 S.W. 6th St.. passed away
Saturday. She leaves two brothers.
Morris and Henry. Burial was In Mt.
Nebo Cemetery with Gordon Funeral
Home In charge of arrangements.
MRS. BESSIE BROITMAN
7"., of 1652 S.W. 5th St., passed
away Sunday. Services was held In
Gordon Funeral Chapel with burial
in Mt. Sinai.
MRS. ROSE LEFOWITZ
70, of 1408 N.E. Bay-shore PI., died
Monday. She is survived by two sons,
William and Joseph Levine, of Mi-
ami. The remains were sent to New
York for services by the Gordon
Funeral Home.
MAX J. FINKELSTEIN
6(i, of 735 Alton Road, passed awav
Monday. He is survived by his wife.
Florence. The body was sent to Seran-
i.ii liy Goidon Funeral Home fur
services.
Jacob Brandon (center), president of Maimonides Lodge of
nai B'rith, Havana, Cuba, displays first issue of "La Voi de la
B'nai B'rith," Spanish language B'nai B'rith bulletin prepared by
Maimonides Lodge, at lodge meeting held in Havana. Also shown
" 1 r.) are Gilbert J. Balkin, director, Florida regional office,
Anh- Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, and Marcus Mattenn,
"ociate editor.
Following the occurrence of incidents of anti-Semitism in
Havand early this year, the Florida regiona' ADL office has co-
operated with the Havana B'nai B'rith loH- -d Jewish '-<<--
munity in lhe establishment of the Public ''e itjons Copt- t s o.
onai B'rith of Cure, recognised as the ttflUa. agency iii -dvana
?.v hand:in9 of community relet.ons. J:ie of the -*Ml projects
01 the committee has been the preparation and di-Uibution ot the
new bulletin edited by President Brandon.
MICHAEL BLUMBERG
70. of 335 S.W. 12th Ave., passed
away Tuesday. The remains were sent
to New York for services by tho
Goidon Funeral Home.
BENJAMIN BERGER
63. of 1051 ESuclId Ave., passed away
on October 7. He is survived by his
wife, Herty, of Miami Beach;" four
sisters, Mrs. Goldie Schiffman, Cali-
fornia, Mrs. Emma Cooper, Mrs. Anna
Abess and Mrs. Rlba Solick, all of
New York. The remains were sent to
New York for services and burial by
Riverside Memorial Chapel.
JOSEPH SCHWADE
5170 Alton Road, brother of William
Schwade and Mrs. Fannie Fleishman.
Brooklyn. Services were held at the
Riverside Memorial Chapel, New York
City. The local Riverside Memorial
Chapel was In charge of arrangements
at Miami Beach.
GEORGE BUXBAUM
Age 61, 315 N.E. 53rd St., passed
away Tuesday at his home. He came
here seven months ago from Cleve-
land. He is survived by his wife,
Sally, sisters, Charlotte and Fannie
Buxbaum, of Buffalo, N. Y. and
Akron, Ohio, Mrs. Rebecca Sparberg,
Buffalo, Mrs. Sadie Dautch, Buffalo,
Mrs. Hanna Rothman, Buffalo, Mrs.
Jeanette Meyer. Akron; two brothers.
Albeit of Akron and Richard Brizdle
of Toronto. Services were held In the
chapel of the Gordon Funeral Home,
with burial In Mt. Nebo. Rabbi Zwit-
man officiated.
MRS. IDA EVANS
1024 47th Ct., Miami Beach, passed
away Tuesday A resident of the
Beach for 15 years, she came here
from New York City. Surviving are
her husband Max, a son Dr. Franklin
J. Kvans, of Miami, two other sons
and four daughters of New York. The
remains were sent to Sew York for
services and burial by the Riverside
Memorial Chapel.
Samuel Weinfeld, chairman of
the Anti-Defamation League
committee. North Shore Lodge,
B'nai B'rith, is shown at his desk
contacting the operator of a "re-
stricted" establishment in an ef-
fort to obtain the elimination of
such un-American and un-demo-
cratic practice. Weinfeld has had
a notable record in the local com-
munity in effecting the removal
of discriminatory advertising. He
will serve as chairman of the
"ADL Night" program sponsored
by North Shore B'nai B'rith
Lodge and Women's Chapter,
Monday at 8:15 p.m. at Temple
Beth Sholom.
An attack of measles wiped out
one-quarter of the population of
Fiji in 1875.
MRS. LOUIS KRENSKY
AUTO LOCK &
HARDWARE
1304 N. E. Second Ave.
We Have Not MovedAnd Are
Not Associated With
Any Other Concern
Drive In For Sales & Service
Auto Locks & Keys
Speedometers and Windshield
Wipers 8c Washers
Safety Sheet & Plate Auto
Glass
Plastic & Fulton Sun Visors
Replacement Rubber For Your
Leaking Doors, Trunks
We Guarantee Our Work.
Open every day from
8 A. M. to 5:30 P. M.
Ph. 9-3144
J. A. Nilon J. P. Nilon
Live-wire clubwoman and ardent
civic worker, says: "I have al-
ways admired FARR'S 'on your
toes' policy. It makes for the fin-
est in travel."
-T-AItR -Your Travel Agent"
Leonard A. Levine
Irving Blasberg
Ambulance Service
5-5844
Miami Beach and
Miami's
Finest Jewish
Funeral Home
BENCH
TfUmxyhixxt (OAafiel
1G50 Alton iioad
Miami Beach
1512 N. Broad St. Philadelphia, Pa.
A. L. Simpson Funl. Dir.
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PAGE TEN
+Jeisli lUrktiari
ragAJ^OCTOBER 14,
1949
i
i
i
Roth David Sisterhood To Hold 31th
Annual Membership Tea Wednexdav
All past presidents of the Beth
David Sisterhood will act as
hostesses at the 34th annual mem-
bership tea that will be held at
the new Beth David site. S.W.
3rd .Ave. between 26th and 27th
Roads. Wednesday at 1:30 p.m.
Mrs. Frank Rose is chairman of
the tea and Mrs. Max Bergman is
co-chairman.
Highlighting the program, which
will include a talk from Rabbi
Shapiro and songs by Cantor
Maurice Mamches. will be a nar-
ration of the growth of the sister-
hood from the year 1915 to 1949.
Mrs. Shapiro will give the in-
vocation
Refreshments will be served by
Mrs. Ernest Sussman and her
committee. Members and friends
of Beth David Sisterhood are in-
vited to attend.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
Rose RR Women
Plan Card Party
Mrs. Erwin B Marshall, presi-
dent of the Rose Chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women, has announced
that a benefit card and mah jong
party will bo hold Sunday a: S
p.m. at the Delano Hotel. Miami
Beach
Serviing with Mrs. Izadore
Burak on the arrangements com-
mitte. are Mrs David Genden.
Mrs Harrv Burak and Mrs Rav-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underlined, desiring l encase Ii
business under the fictitious name of
M.U'KY S MEN'S WEAR at l1 8 E.
v rsl Street HI Ptoi Ida Inti Is
t.> reslstel iatd name with the k
of the Cil : : Coui l '. Dade C
Fl< rids
MAl'RT aORVINE
Sole Ownei
MAX R SILVER
w rne; Ipplicanl
1" 14-21-28 1! 4-11
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN" THK COUNTY JUDGE'S
IN AND Ki'R DADE COl'NTY,
iRIDA, IN PROBATE V
*s
In Re ESTATE I't'
SARAH BRAl'NSTEIN,
l < i a
To AH Credit r and All Pera na ll..-.
Cl Demands A
- I Estat<
I and each of >< an hereby
notified i I It preset
.....i and deman ;.- wh h s
i it'.:,: of > t>u, maj have
of SARAH BRAl'NSTEIN, de-
lati : Miami, l '.,'.. i" luntj.
to the Hi :. W F, Bla
mnnrl Marcus Mrs Philio Green-1 Count} Judg< .: Dade Count}-,
'......? V V !-T. .'e*-_,;i.:<: On aam. In bla office in the
field is in charge of tickets and
may be reached at 5-4358 for
tickets inl rmation.
shrru nts will bo served.
The chapter, :n coordinate n
with thi nati rial B'nai B'r:th
membership drive. :> formulating
plans I i memtx rship party to
. Id Uu first wt ek in No-
vemb< t
Assisting Mrs David Platt
...... i ship chairman, is Mr;
Norman Reinhard who will be
in charge >f program
The Rose Chapter is .-. small
:' nen in the appi \.-
:v.a:e ^.i: cr ::? "- 20-35 Meet-
ings are ht Id twice a m r.th al-
ternating between "!..;:.-.: Beach
and Miami f< r ::-. convenience
of members A car pool has been
-:... I shed enable members to
attend meeting whenever feai
ble.
For information concerning
membership :n the Rose Chapter.
Mrs Reinhard raav be reached
3-6632.
Reach Masadai
To Hold Danee
Miami Beach Masada will spon-
s r .:. "Starlite" danct on th
...:. .:' -...-. Caribbean Hotel.
3T3T Collins Ave. Miami Beach,
i n Saturday evening
Admission will re 9S cents and
ceeds will g to the Masada
project in Israel. Caney and his
band and Pete Denaro and danc-
ers '.'. ...:.
Lyons Made Honorary
Member Welfare Group
F [lowing an address by Nor-
. :. R L;- as before the Greater
Miami Welfare League on "Unity
:r. Lab : Organization." Norman
Count) Courthoux Da
Florida within eight nl -
::.:-.: the date of th<- first -,'Ul .
>al*i claims or den an la I
main the legal is
nd to b( a* ::. to and present) d
.,.- af rtaa I, : aamc will :
- ISO of the 19 I ..'
A :
Date i :'::- A.D. 1949
MAURICE BRAl'NSTEIN,
As a ':::.-.. -
- IAH lUNS S eceased
MAX R SILVER
nej I : A it rat or
<-..' :i i____________________________
SOT:CE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAVE LAW
N I V GIVEN that
-. -
I a :.
I INN1 .- RESTAURANT
- A'. .. v m| |
:'
with the Clerk f thi Cl It .
nl ':"
RAYMOND SILVERMAN
Jl'LI) i VSTRi I
PAUL SILVERMAN
H IR 'LD SHAI :.
.
1 i 14-31-SS II i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAVE LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned lea ng I engage In
business under the fi tltloua name of
RAH RAH BAT 8HOPPE at .:.-
I' di I., n B evard Coral
- Y. 1 la, ll da t- ll
.-., mi th the Clerk ol thi Cir.
ol
JACK KERTEi=. S
MAX P. BIL\*ER
Mi Aj : cant
14-11-!S 4-11
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COCNTT JUDGE ^ C^URT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN" PROBATE S
:;s4i
lr. R* ESTATE OF
HARRY R ROSEN
Deceased
To All Credit' rs and A Persona Hav-
ing Claims or D. AgaL at Bald
Estate:
Ton, and each of you, are hereby
not '. and requtn I t present any
claim* and demands which you. or
either of you, may have ...
estate of HARRY R ROSEN
rartakow, secretary, announced J ?**?dJ*w ^J Ba4*9SS2H nrlda-
._.. ._ --------._.. ....__.-. .. ; Hob-W F BLANTON. County
....................> ..r...c.-...p .n juice of Dads C iinty, and Me the
the organization has been con-
ferred or. him
Let
BERNIE SAFFER
Worry .
About Your
FOOD
Entertainment and the other
thousand details for your
Weddings, Bar Mitzvans, En-
gagements, Lawn Parties,
Cocktail Parties, Children
Parties, Meetings, Buffets.
A Cc^.p'.e'.e C-:e-.-.g Service
PHONE 9-0573
JACK k JTLL
24 N W. 7th St. Off Miami Ave.
same In hi* office In the C
rourthouse :n Pade County. F
within eight calendar m. ntha '-r
It* of the firs: : ubll I
f. Said Lalma r demands I tain
the legal address of the claii
' w< -'. a> aifore-
said, or same wlfj be barred See
s- B ::' cl the 1S1 Act.
Date October 4:h. A.D. 194.
HARRIET E. ROSEN.
As Executrix the Last Wl
Testament : harry f. r -:n
Deceased
FRANK E SOLOMON
r HARRIET E ROSEN,
Eze .t-ix
10 T-14-J1-J1
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THK
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT uK
FLORIDA, IN AND Full DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No
127564
THK'M'Ol! ROSBBl'RY, Plaintiff, vs
LILY ROSEBURY, Defendant.
TO LILY R' ISEBURY
its West 78th sti.-. :
New v..ik n. N". v
YOU ARE HEREBY ORDERED t"
!i:,. \ our appea to the Hill of
Complaint for Divorce, filed against
you by THEODOR ROSEBURY, on or
the Ith day of November.
;;mh. otherwise the allegatlona "f said
bin will be taken aa confessed by
you.
Dated thla 5th day of October, A.D.
1949
E B LEATHERMAN,
Circuit Court.
1 Seal)
By w.\l \v
MARION BROOKS
for Plaintiff
i" 7-ii-:i-:s li/i
STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THK CIK'-UIT COURT OK THK
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY" N i. 117*91.
SARAH BRuWNSTEIN, l'laintiff. vs.
ISADORE BROWNSTEIN, Defend-
THE STATE nF FLORIDA:
TO 1SAP.'UK BROWNSTEIN
Care of Jewish Consumptive Relief
s -
Splvak, C '. a I
N. :ired to file your
'is Bill of Corn-
Annulment In the above-
atylsd caused on or before the 31 day
.... ... vise the al-
;.- it of B :: will be taken
.--'
DATED at Miami, Florida, this 21
day of S i949
E B. LEATHERMAN.
i lerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Coil -
B) M
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
KI.OR1DA. IN PROBATE, No
22656.
In Re: ESTATE OF
MORRIS FREUND,
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Y'ou, and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of Morris Freund deceased late
Of I'ade County. Florida, to the Hon.
W. F. BLANTON, County Judge of
I'ade County, and file the same in
his office In the County Courthouse
In Dade County. Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or
same will be barred. See Section 120
of the 1933 Probate Act.
Date September 27, A.D. 1949.
MALVINA FREUND.
As Administrator cum testamento
annexo of the Estate of Morris
Freund, Deceased.
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Administrator c.t.a.
9/80 10,7-14-21
sam s.:.\
Solid tor fi
1. F
I :-:.-.
C. FKIOE.
D< It} Cli ^
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ll gned, desiring to engage i:i
Mi u n ler the fictitious name of
Roberta Barclay at 21< N E 1st Ave.,
F ntei la to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County Florida.
Be:: igh| I Snellenburg
Soli Owner
A. J. KAPLAN
: > :' : ap] lie;nt
'ongress u:dg
10 7-14-ii-jq
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage la
business under the fitc:t:ous r..-.
- i Lee Cosmetics at 1522 s W.
ltth Street. MLur.l. Florida, intend to
agister aald name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court c: Dade _
Florida.
MRS FLORENCE SCHWAKTUi
MRS LEONTINA SHER
Partr.ers
I3-J0 lo 7-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
nderslgned lea ng t
..... the fie 111
KAYE A MOLDAN, PHOTOGRAPH-
ERS it 404 16tl Street Miami Bi
I ntend t register a I nami
with thi [ of the i 'Ircult C
'ounty. FI ...
HARi >LD PAUL KAYE
DAVID Mi ILDAN
ISHi IN S MILLER
Atl ney I r KAYE ,\ Mi >LDAN,
PHi ITOGRAPHERS
:- :. :. n Road
FI
: :;-::-:> n 4
N

.-
Cai

Fl
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
OTIC V GIVEN that
Ing 1 enga
Ini na nder the flctii s nami
ltal Se inc M \ \V
Ave. V ml, Florida Inti 1 I
the Clerk I
...

if' :
HENl IHIV
JOSEPH C !'.' 'SCH
-
1 -:: -- 11 4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersi- ng to engage In
as under the fitcltlous name of
Drake Wh Ii .: | N w
62nd Street In the City of Miami
Florida, Intends I register said name
nth the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
F : !.
IRVING KANER
o'
LOUIS SCHWARZKOPF
Attorney '. r Apt at :
^27 Lin
i 23-3} 10 7-14-SI
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GD7EN that
the undersigned, desiring to er..
H under the fictitious name of
: s JuvenUe B otery at 17SI
f- w. ith street. Miami, Florida ",'
r\i *Z T?istZT **!* name w:;h the
..-^Circuit Court of Dad.
HERBERT OSTER
,- .. .. SoI Owner
1 u-m-jo :. 7-i4
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIltiTIT i'iiIRT t >F THK
11th JU1UC1AL, CIRCUIT IN A.N1J
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 127492.
LEONA KLINE, l'laintiff. vs. ROB-
ERT KLINE. Defendant.
TO: ROBERT KLINE (whose present
address Is:)
I.R.C., Area 6. A. P. O. 407
care of Postmaster
New York, New York
1 Whose permanent residence is:)
3133 Brighton 7 Street,
Brooklyn. New York.
Y'ou are hereby required to file vour
appearance to Plaintiffs Bill of Cora-
plaint for Divorce In the above-stvled
cause on or before the 31 dav of
October. 1949; otherwise, the allega-
tions of said Bill will be taken as
confessed by you.
DATED at Miami. Florida, this 29
day of September 1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Sea!)
By M C. FEIGE,
Deputy Clerk
SAM SILVER
Solicitor for Plaintiff
17"3 Congress Building
Miami. Florida
9 10 10/7-14-81
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Union Credit at 2138 Ponce de Leon
Blvd.. Coral Gables. Florida, Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
EMKAY, INC
9 16-23-30 10/7-14
LEGALJ^OTirirs
NOTICE UNDET7i7rT^r~-
,^. NAME LAW IT|US
NOTICE IS HEREBY
I.. IIMI ..I-Ul.r.. 1 "**-*
Clerk of the CircTu. ntmt Wl'h th.
County. Florida. CUIt Court C\
CHARI.Es K \M.\-
MILLER & P^dkVi'* OOLWEBa
23", Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fla
9/16-23-30 10/7-14 '
NO-T.CE UNOEp, F CT1T|0U|
gBSSUtfSSS, 8KB *
business under the fletui,.L'l?** In
Daao Jewelry Manufaurii."r*m '
at 327 NE. 1st AvenVe. JtaSmRy
Ida, intends to register u 1 5
the Clerk of the Cir, ,t ',-' ,";m,e lth
County, Florida. Court "' Da.|
EZRY-EL BOLNDt
BURNETT ^{5THWnM
Vlt6-,2n3e3'0flO0r.7A14P,iCant
VN0T,CE xzsjzr
.NOTICE IS HEREBY Ory-H ,
the undersigned, de~ r \ ,lut
business under the flr-'ii e"*a In
MILTON'S AUTO SERWCR^.S
N.E. Second Avenue, Mtomi aSL!?
intend to register ,.,. .^^,
Clerk of the Clrcull 5t ?
County, Florida -: of ^"It
MAX R. SltvE^ '^
in tSITcSunty ?,r1ed,t^
m AND LFOR dV "':"
F IUR.DA ,X
am
In Re: ESTATE OF
SAMUEL J Ad -

NOTICE TO APPEAR
1Nc-,T5,rl,9IRCL-IT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
""344 "" CHANCERY, No.
MAURICE R. JOHNSON. Plaintiff, vs.
MARY RITA JOHNSON, -Defend-
ant.
You. MARY RITA JOHNSON, 469
Guy Park Avenue. Amsterdam. New
1 ork, are notified to file your appear-
ance in the above cause for divorce
V.o e v24th dav of October. A.D.
.if* .otherwise decree pro confesso
ill be entered against you.
\Datm9U''S 21 da>' 0f SePtmber.
E. B. LE.\THERMAN. Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN er'Jt>' ^^
Attorney for Applicant
seybold Bldg.
i 23-30 10 7-14
^:V-,:
You. and each of j ... h-- >,-
notified and rqu
claims and demai
either of you. ma>
estate of SAMUEL J
times known a= SAM AlGl'ST I, late of Dad, :-'T
to the Hon. W. K
Judge of Dade Counl
same In his offlci Comu
Lourthouse in Dade
within e:ght calen
the date of the flrsi
of SUd claims or di
the legal addle-.
to be sworn to and
aforesaid, or
ee Section 120
Act.
Date October With, .\ .
HILMA R -
As Administrai
of SAMUEL J. A
times k:.. |S
Deceased.
MAX R SILVER
Attorney for Admii
10 14-21-18 11 4
NOTICE UNDER FCTiTIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY IIYEN thai
the undersigned, del ring ti engage in
business under the flctlll :.ime of
Kenlen Hotel at 2162 N \v ;st av-
nue, Miami, Florida, Intends to real*,-
ter said name with I -: cf the
Circuit Court of Dad- Florida.
KALMAN M. ROCKEB
Sole Owner
FREDERICK S ii. -
Attorney for Applicant
T04 Blscayne Bldg.
9/30 10'7-14-2J-2S
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
.-., NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN'that
hutinl!ders'*neJ. desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
PHn.ieJf Ash Flondl*n Commercial
JTintir.g Department at 120 N.E 6th
street. Miami. Fla.. Intends to regis-
:rr said name with the Clerk of the
circuit Lourt of Dade Countv. Florida
9 .6-23-30 1.CT STEIGER
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
The Jewish Floridian so-
licits your legal notices.
We appreciate your
patronage and guaran-
tee accurate service at
legal rates. Phone 2-1141
for messenger service.
iv t?1R..DE,R, OF PUBLICATION
x-THE Srr5S?.HLT op THE
I.TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP
Sof-KR*. AJP FOR1 DADE
It-tt* ~ IN CHANCERY. No
RfBEC -a AAR >N8l \ Plaintiff vs
rhe Letrln .
-at_ '<> I filed i..
NOTICE TO APPFAP
:N E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
fv \ v-rV^r!1-'0101-^ CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COL'NTY
?273971DA- m CHAJCCERT. No!
H!oir5 n zSfSIS Plaintiff, vs.
?~. iPi^t^HCHUK, Defendant.
flSS- srSH?1 ? KLEM.-HUK. 11217
Na-th Kedz:e Avenue. Chicago, Illi-
nois, are notified to file your appear-
-2cf. ,nth above cause for d:vorce
on the 31st day of October. AD. 1949
o.herwlse decree pro confesso wlU be
entered against you.
ADat19t9,hiS "Rd d*X S*Ptembr.
_, E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal) >-'-
By WM W. STOCKING.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN*1'"15' C"rk
Attorney for Plaintiff
seybold Building
9 30 10 7-14-51
NOTICE OP INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION POR PiNAL
CLEMETT P. CURTISS.
Deceased.
- N,'"C" ls ,h"-b>- Siven that I have
,'.,r- 'f'-H,15* as Executor of the
CLEMETT P. CURTISS
E B LEATHERMAN
i : >.;/ a : -
By WM. W BTOCKIN I
TURK i NEWMAN ^'^ C"rk
fol
* jo lo. ;-ii-:i
aid fin^rerSf d ,*oT
final discharge as Executor of th.
SEel3 CLEMETT P. CURTISS. de!
STATEMENT OF TH RSHIP,
MANAGEMEN1
ETC., REQUIRED I l"HE ACT
1 F Cl 'X'iRK.-.- 9T -i.
: :.'. AS AMENI
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PAGE ELEVEN
Dade Federal Savings To Mark
15th Anniversary With 'Open House1
Dade Federal Savings and Loan
Association of Miami delayed
lans for its 15th anniversary
Celebration to coincide with the
Joseph M. Lipton, President
completion of extensive altera-
tions made to its main office
quarters at 45 N.E. First Ave.
Since the alterations are now
completed, Joseph M. Lipton,
president of the savings institu-
tion has announced that an invit-
ation has been extended to every-
receive a choice of two valuable
gifts when thev open a savings
account of $10 or more during
this event. K
Joseph M. Lipton. president of
Dade Federal, cognizant of the
need for facilities that reduce the
strain people feel when doine
business in metropolitan areas
said, In planning our alterations
we endeavored to make our in-
stitution a place where people
would actually enjoy doing busi-
ness. Complete air-conditionine
soft indirect lighting and music,"
acoustic tile ceilings, colorful
walls and furniture, and draperies
give Dade Federal a homey and
quiet atmosphere appreciated by
our many customers. When
people do not wish to come to
town at all, we provide a save-
by-mail service.
"This is the second time we
have had to expand in the past
15 years. Organized in 1934, Dade
Federal was one of the first Fed-
eral Savings and Loan Associa-
tions to appear under the law
enacted by the United States on
June 1933. In 1934 we were lo-
cated in the Congress Building.
Five years later we had to find
larger quarters and moved to oui
present location. Today, due to
continued growth we have com-
pleted a second expansion pro-
gram. Each expansion means that
our confidence in the community
and the confidence of our custom-
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body to attend a 15th anniversary
open house" on Monday. Dade
federal will keep its doors open
"nt 9 p.m. to offer those who
J2 ,unable to get there during
regular hours a chance to attend.
souvenirs, favors and refresh-
ments will be presented to all
who attend the "open house"
^oration. And new savers will
ers in us is indeed justified.
"Dade Federal's resources have
grown from $74,000 in 1934 to
over $23,857,000 fh 1949, and our
reserves are over $1,750,000."
In June of this year, Dade Fed-
eral opened a branch office in
the northwest area of Miami at
1594 N.W. 36th St. Today the
branch has more than 6500 sav-
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For the crucial year ".ME. the Greater Miam; Fed-
eration set a quota of Sl.490.000. The campaign doted
officially -:th pledges adding up approximately U
$1,250,000. Then followed in rapidfire succession the
dramatic proclamation of the State Israel, the im-
mediate recognition by President Truman, the in-
vasion bv sever. Arab armies, the heroic fighting of
the r>:> ..rmed Israelis, who seemed hopelessly
outnumbered by 35.000.000 neighboring Moslems,
aided and abetted by Bevm's British might The
wavering policv of our own State Department and
the chicanery of English diplomacy at Lake Success
bid fair to strangle the infant Jewish Republic.
The Emononcl Upmrgc
All of this tended to whip Jewish emotions into a
feverish pitch The Miam: Federation took advantage
of the nervous tension alternating between hopes
of success and fears of disaster. During the public
demonstrations thai greeted the phenomenon of a
reborn Jewish State, folks dug again .r.;. their
pockets. Another $250,000 was fished out. and the
campaign closed in high enthusiasm to the unpre-
cedented figure of $1,485,000 It was a tribuu : th<
courage and heroism of the Israel: fighters, it was
the mark of appreciation by their proud American
brethren.
Its Decline
The Federation policy makers then mel to deter-
mine the IMP budget The resistence encounterer. in
the raising of l^s million was evidently forgotten
Perhaps tfiey thought the gusto engendered by the
Jewish-Arab war would continue and even increase
with the asl nishinc success of Medinas Israel So
the new goal was set at $1,875,000 But the higJ
emotions began U recede. All the eloquence of im-
ported and domestic speakers, together with the
urgent pleas and the cajolery, barely exceeded the
million mark which was the sum allocated for the
United Jewish Appeal alone Obviously quotas had
Is The Emergency Over?
By HARRY STMONHOFF
be revsed So %* &*
iowance tin hatf Jet &l organua-
JS BTJS'lSfJS Smpt to reduce the high
: head of operation costs.
from the accursed soil, that is still wet with th wi ,
of their kith and kin. They must be made to M
the serene, dazzling sunshine
laugh
Eretz
... in. organizations Perhaps.it as the Some
;,rW needs at full level.
4 Sh:-.F-o'.:cd P. _.
n, -' a-gument is unfortunate. It is unwise,
.--^unVue ItrTveals a shallowness of thinking.
Lck of imagin^t.on in men who accept the responsi-
-. --is kind of talk. Every one knows that the big
n^ev comes in because of the mighty appeal in.the
overseas tragedv. The extermination of the 6.TO0OOO
Sew" hac left a vacuum that can never be filled
The wound the Jewish soul cannot heal The
.. -help the Sheath Haplaium (remnant of
refugees > is overpowering. They must be removed
"e will
unless
again in
Yesroel.
No matter how charitable a person is
never give away thousands of hard dollars
his heartstrings are tugged by extraordinary nath
Local needs are important to be sure: but no h,
breaks on account of them. Individual contributi
to them will never approach a king's ransom To n.
American organizations on a par with one of 8.
ghastliest catastrophies in human annals is the mark of superficiality. Will the large sums com
forth if donors learn that less than half of their re
tributions go to rehabilitation of the D.P'S jn ,1!"
upbuilding of the newly founded Jewish State'
Home jor the Aged
And now cometh the latest blunder Recent ma;l
brought in a "confidential report" that more than
half million dollars owing to the Federation for UU
and 1949 is still unpaid. The 1950 campaign is in
offing. Yet the braintrusters of the Federation choJ
this inopportune moment to sponsor and direct
drive of $300,000 for an Old Folk's Home. What
does this signify? Do the bigwigs suppose that a
drive for $300,000 at this time will not cut into the
annual campaign that starts early next year? Perhaps
they expect to write off the unpaid pledges.
We have every sympathy for the aged. But the?
do not live in concentration camps. D.P.'s in Israel
do. Entire families are packed sard:new;se in single
rooms abandoned by Arabs. The remaining Jews
must be vacated from central Europe before the
third world war breaks out. The Arab defeat in
Palestine has humiliated and
Arab defeat in
embittered the entire
Mohammedan world. The million imperiled Jews in
Moslem lands must immigrate to their own stale
while they can. The Home for the Aged can wait a
little while longer. For in Israel, the emergency is
still on.
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center (ConserratiTe). 1701
Washington At*., Miami Beach.
Rabbi brine Lehnnan, Cantor
Jacob Y. Goldrinc.
Friday eve! Ins. MI' I f 'u
Shemir. Atserei 8 "I el
H a m M< n '.. w n I i M II a m
Rabbi Lehrmai sermon topic "ill
Bo Power." Slmcha i Bat
evening- at p.m. ai -
..: I a.m.
Hebrew Academy. 918 6lh St.,
Miami Beach.
Soccoi aerTloei Prlda; at 5:3
Saturday e* at J
Fiskor will begin
M : at 5:C> p.m Si
Hcrvloei at a.m. wltk Mincha at
: ?( i m
Temple Israel '.Reform), 137
N.E. 19th St. Rabbi Colman A.
Zwitman: Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan.
Rabbi Emeritus.
. | en i tl Bill
Rabb] 2*' 11 ::... w I I
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'.:. --..- uteret!
and Tia at ': Si nil f '
Rabl Zwltmai wi] ; i I i
North Shore Jewish Center,
712E Abbott At*.. Miami Beach.
i I : Shemlni
Ataen ;. Phili] Fried apeal
Sbemli Bei rice ai
Meantnt l '' "' Batur-
mornlm n
at
Sin'e-hood will hti"i,i- tl itaai
Torat part] foi thf children
K. W. Religious Congregation.
3$B1 N. W. 2nd St
Service* Saturday morr.lnr. at S:0C
< eloek
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W.
12th Aee. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Berele Kelemer.
Ban I tii Prkh evenint at '' :
Saturday morning at t Ra*W
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Party fo) .
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5 to 6:15 p i Pa
: U p.m.
Congregation Young Israel (Or-
thodox). 4001 Chase Are.. Miami
Beach.
Pridav iv(! c iervices at 6:30 Sab-
at errtcei a; t Mincha at
5:t0. Dally serricea at t am. and
p.n
United Jewish School. Main
Campus. UniTersity of Miami.
mi .. a.m.
Temple Emanu-El (Reform),
1801 S. Andrews Are.. Fort Laud-
erdale. Dr. Marius Ranson, Rabbi.
Friday eveatol services at S.00
:. Ranaon will offlclau
North Dade Jewish CenteT
i ConserratiTe). 13630 W. Dixie
Highway. Rabbi Malcolm M
Sparer.
Frida> v i nc M rv i at p.m
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Temple Beth Sholom (Liberal).
4144 Chase Are. Miami Beach.
Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor
Samuel Kelemer.
-. v.>-ere;h Friday
Mrvlces I ;- :- K' ,T-:V 5 ,
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Saturday morninp sen-
10:41 -'. .?nd
Hal Bal irday evening at .
Congregation Beth Jacob (Or-
thodox), 301-311 Washington Are_
, Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff.
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Satui ....."' <'
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Congregation beth Tfilah (Or-
thodox). 935 Euclid Are- Miami
Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
orsky.
lj evei n;. Mil e* al
. >(l 1! .. 1 '
urday momii f aerricei
Kovaky will t the m
and apt ak or- Detent Tialioi
will thk, plac i.i 10 10 a m with
Gesbem aervlcea foOowlni ai
i. Baturd evenlnj I I
Uu n|tr< P i a 'iH sathei
I | .pue In ;: I .
..1 l* held .
BBSlOl '''' w"'
tak< pbu Saturday niaht I
i \ .. | cram I I -
:-... E unda: mon Ini aen -
llowi !> K ddual
Templa Isaiah (Reform), 1065
Dade Bird.. Miami Beach. Rabbi
Moshay P. Mann.
Frldav e\enins services at S 15.
.;o : Mann will conduct
Mi aa and dellvei th* aermon Hn
t(.)ii( will bt
Toda: *"' Relis .- I
:.c at 1( A recepl on will
Congregation Beth Darid (Con-l
serralive), 135 N.W. Third Are. i
Rabbi Max Shapiro: Rer. Maurice
Mamchet.
C*ii ays f the Fesl val ^f
"' ps Frldi
at new i .
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condu ea Satui
) .. E yit he held
Sat
evenlnc at '
Punda: mornlni at f
| u... s- ;,, s-. W Fc set
Students sei .
botl Bpeda I Iren'a aeii -
loai :
1 r>* t iraJb
. FtefreShmi
sen-ed follow ll i pi < I .
-. .' m hool and 8i
Firs' aeaaion
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Congregation Beth El (Ortho-
dox). 590 S.W. 17th Are. Rabbi
Murray Grauer. Cantor Milton
Friedman.
Hoahona L:
and *.;, a n
Jewish Community Center
(ConserratiTe), 2020 Polk St~
Hollywood.
Shemim Arerelh Friday evening
1 H Saturday morning services at
I I Tlskor at 10:45 a.m. Evening-
.-;mcha Torah. at 7 p.m.
| Sunday morning Fimcha Torak serv-
ice ai Special children s gimcha
| Torah party Sunday at 11:M am. All
en ei will be conducted by Rabbi
Jacob J H"nig.
Congregation Kneseth Israel
(Orthodox). 1415 Euclid Are.,
Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H.
Ever.
Friday e\: ,r.p ^ei'vlces at r,:30
Saturday at s ::(> am Rabbi Ever will
deliver the Tisco at 11 am. Mincka
at 5:15 followed by Maarhr, Cinlot
M. Tardein! will chant aarvleN Fndj
and Saturday Sunday larrlM at l:U
a.m. Mincha at p.m. Ser-
mon. Saturday enlnc, Smicta;
Tcirah celeiiratioi. a: *which time
fla^s. -fruit and cakei will be Hi-
trlbuted to the children Same rti
Sunday morning Ta!~ .:i Torah rej.
istration daily from 3 p.m. rally
classes in aeaalon fr m 3;W p.T.
Monday thrci-agh Tl irsday; 10 a.m.
Sunday till noon Classet Bill on-
tinue this Monday at t 30 p.m.
Coral Gables Jewish Ceat
(Liberal). Rabbi Morris A Skoa
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PAGE THIRTEEN
Plans are now being made for the construction of a
Hebrew school and synagogue to be constructed by
the Israelite Center between 24th Ter. and 25th St. on
32nd Ave. This project calls for immediate construc-
tion of the smaller building, which will serve as the
center until the school building is completed. After
that it will be utilised as a Hebrew school.
The building is of the latest design featuring ter-
raizo, ashlar masonry and reinforced concrete, so as
to produce a harmonious example of tropical archi-
tecture. A covered approach will serve for the school
and the proposed house of worship.
The new center is located on a semi-circular plot
permitting parking and means of approach from all
surrounding areas.
According to Architect Leonard H. Glasser. 835
Lincoln Road, the buildings are designed so as to
produce the desired effect from all views. All lines
originate at the entrance and point upward. The
stained glass windows in the main building are in-
clined. The buildings will be completely air condi-
tioned and all window areas are designed so as to
permit proper light during day time worshipping
hours.
The area behind the two buildings, away from the
city streets, will serve as a play yard and outdoor
classroom for the members of the school. It may also
be used by the congregation for evening lectures
and other cultural and social activities.
Harry Gross, president of the congregation, an-
nounces that contributions for construction of the
new building are now being accepted at the present
meeting place, located at 3346 S.W. 24th St.
Goodman Joins
Realty Firm
I. R. Goodman has joined the
firm of Feuer and Eisenstein,
Realtors, 235 Lincoln Road, Mi-
ami Beach, it
was announced
last week.
Goodman, who
is chairman of
the Zionist
Council of South
Florida, has
served as a
member of the
national execu-
tive committee
of the Zionist
Organization of
America for four
years.
Liaison representative to the
American Christian Palestine
Committee for the Southeastern
states, he recently organized a
Greater Miami Chapter with a
membership of 2,000.
Goodman came 'here several
years ago from St. Louis, where
he was engaged in the practice
of law for many years. He is a
member of the Miami Alumni
tlub of Pi Lambda Phi fraternity
and a member of the board of
governors of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation.
Goodman
Succos Festival Slated
The Ben Gurion Branch of the
Jewish National Workers Alli-
ance and the Golda Meyerson
uub of the Pioneer Women will
jointly sponsor a Succos festival
Sunday at 8:15 at Dora August
Memorial Hall, 500 S.W. 17th
Scheduled to appear on the
Program are Cantor J. Y. Gold-
nng, Rabbi Morris A. Skop and
a. uoodman.
Admission will be $1 and pro-
ceeds are earmarked for the Jew-
ish National Fund
North Side Jewish
Center Organized
The North Side Jewish Center
held its first organizational meet-
ing Monday night at the home
of Mrs. Rose Borkin, 730 N.E.
62nd St.
The new group, whose aim is to
establish a religious school and
synagogue for residents of the
Northeast and Northwest sec-
tions, elected Harold Robins as
temporary chairman. George
Weisbaum was appointed to
handle publicity and Mrs. Borkin
was named chairman of hospi-
tality.
Among those attending Monday
night's meeting were Sol Feld-
man, Louis Schwartzman, Dr.
William Boros, Mrs. Morris
Rothschild, Mrs. Alfred Grantz,
Mr. Weinstock, Mr. and Mrs.
George Weisbaum, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Rollnick and Harold Robin.
Next meeting will be held
Thursday, October 20, 8:15 at the
American Legion Home, 6600 Bis-
cayne Blvd.
Chairman Robins urges all un-
affiliated persons residing in the
Northeast and Northwest areas to
attend.
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The Miami Auxiliary of the
Jewish Home for the Aged will
hold its first regular meeting of
the 1949-50 season at the Dora
August Memorial Hall, 500 S.W.
17th Ave., on Monday at 1 p.m.
Milton Malakoff will be guest
speaker. Mrs. Nat E. Katz, presi-
dent, urges all members and
friends to be present.
Center Extends
Youth Program
The Miami Jewish Community
Center has extended its program
to the afternoon religious school
of Beth David Synagogue, ac-
cording to Tobie Jacobskind, cen-
ter youth director. Twice weekly
Ben Grossberg will conduct re-
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER l4#
Hka<*h Auxiliarv

To Kcal Ladrs
Mis Benjamin Appel will bo
installed as president f the Mi-
ami Beech Auxiliary to the Jew-
ish Home for tin1 Aged at a
luncheon to bo hold on Tuesday,
November i. at 12:30 p.m. at the
Delano Hotel, Miami Roach.
Mrs Alexander Kogan will
servo as installing officer. Mis.
Jack Udell is chairman of the
event with Mrs Fred Jonas and
Miss Clara Qoldenberg as co-
chairmen.
Other officers to bo inducted
.ire' Mrs Benjamin Sherry,
honorary president: Mrs Sol S-.'.-
verman, Mrs Max Greenbera and
Mrs Benjamin WM. vice presi-
dents: Mrs Samuel Bitter, Mrs
Samuel Sapiro, Mrs Benjamin
Kaplan and Mrs R J Schwartz,
honorary vice presidents Mrs
A. J Plotkin, treasurer: Mrs Irv-
inji Prankel, recording secretary,
M-.s Albert Bakoff and Mrs
Frank Berger, corresponding sec-
retaries; Mrs Mosos Krieger, par-
liamentarian; Mrs Rose Weiss,
Mrs Harold Spaet and Mrs
Krieger, trustees; Dr Celia Wohl,
auditor: Mrs Joseph Chaves,
chaplain
Members of the board include
the Mesdames Samuel Aronstein.
Teresa Arnold Brand, Morris
Cohen Morris Dubler, Rebecca
Deutsch. Harry Danziger. Sarah
Ellis Joseph Entine. Mae Fine-
burg, Louis Glasser, Fannie *. >ld-
berg S.ira Holland Emanuel
Kargei Joseph Kane Ann Ko-
hanne. Harr> Korettky. Morris
K legel K,'U.;:- .';'.;:. :! >ckel
Joss Harr J C Gould. .'.-"..>
A R Laita n Alfred Lesser. Ida
Lewis. Harry Levine, A A M
; -.:.> Mak -. sk> Samuel Mason.
M :;- M llei \nna :; enner
Meyers Nathan Newman Abra-
ham Oro> U S.;r.; Reymer, Abe
Rubin V. nn 0 Rubin, Samu<
Prosterman I >u > Steinberg.
Frances Silverman Ann >::a^:ss
Eva <.:<-.. A J T..... Gus
; .. Cdell Joseph We >-:.;>*.
Mar> Z egfned tbc Z.......
. nd Miss Goldenberg
lla'li IIII lod".'
Honor*. IKIutoII
For A 0111 h Work
Al Osherofl M-.am Beach
\v.;> h .- the M B
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- .-' devoted se: vsce '
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forts Osth -- -
...:. nd :.- .-;" elop fit -
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tnd t > bew een the ag 1
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Dr. Davis Heads
Cancer Institute
Dr. Carl Homy Davis has boon
appointed medical director of the
Dado County Cancer Institute, ac-
cording to an announcement by
J. Gerald Lewis, president.
Dr. Davis, who has boon en-
gaged in the diagnosis and treat-
ment of cancer for the past thirty
years, has boon a winter resident
Of Coral Gables since l!>44 and
will make his homo hero per-
manently.
The now medical directoi has
made several European trips I
study cancer detection and treat-
ment in olinios in Paris, SI '-,-
holm and Vienna and has visited
olinios throughout America
Dr. Davis stated thai a gi >w -
ing awareness by the public
the importance of early diagnosis
in treatment of cancer is making
:t possible for doctors :. reduce
the cancer death rate
The disease should be 100 per
cent curable if detected in time "
ho said
The Dado Count> institute is
now doing .; capacitj business
and has appointments booked foi
a month ahead, officials reveal
Dr Davis formerlj ti ug U
Rush Medical College, sowed as
clinical professor and d i :tor of
obstetrics and gynecologj .-.: Mar-
quette Universitj School >f Med-
icine and was lecturt Uni-
versal of Pennsylvan S
of Medicine
The auth of b ks on >b-
steti ics and gynecology he served
in the Armj M d C ps dui -
ing World War I He tas p ac-
ticed medicine n Ch M I-
waukee and Wilm net r Del
Atkins To Head
Palsy Fund llrive
C Clyde Atkins, will head the
$18,000 fund campaign of the
Cerebral Palsy Association to be
icted October 24-28, living
Goldman, association president.
has announced The period has
boon proclaimed Cerebral Palsy
week by Gov Fuller Warren.
The association's limited fund
appeal has been approved by the
Dado County Solioitations Review
B ard, Goldman disclosed
No personal so! ns will be
made but B tag ;. V will be hold
throughout Greater Miami on
October 24 and eon boxes Will
be placed in st >res during Ihe
week
Money raised will be used by
Ihe association to continue its
t for cerebral palsj victims
in this area
'Our clinic at 304 S.W. 8th
Ave."' Goldman said." is now
serving appr Kin ately i;o persons
h are being taught how to talk.
fee i an I dress themselves.
We also op rate B nursery ;n
connection with the clinic.
["hen 181 cases registered
I in our files," he continued, '"but
we have facilitit s I i care for only
60.
We h >pe I pie of this
community will appreciate the
need for c ntributions and help
keep the clinic operating "
Drive Cru rman Atkins is pres-
ident of the C uncil of Social
accr.cics f:-st vie. dent of
the Dad< C >unty Bar Ass cia-
- pi sident and director of
Chai iti s -' mbi
i the toard of din ctors of the
Haven Sch I 1 r Mentally De-
ficient Children
Jewish Center Expands Musical Cultural
Dance Program; Folk Dancing Added
Sigma Khos Will
Aid Pals> Victim*
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Kadimah Thaptor
llold^ Annual Tea
annual mem b ship re-
ception Kadimah Chapter af
Pioneer Women was held last
night at the :::. rkst n H tel
M Be; :h i Mrs Mas
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G;icst si-;* u Max
Shap Vocalist .;< Faj e
D .. amp I b> Miss
Sctt\ Fiedlei Mrs Le< Goldman
president .: Kadimah Ch
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gavt i .. i r and Mrs
M. x Shapirv who spc tt a :'.'.<:
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Assist rtg Mrs Colton it*
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Mrs Fred Sandlei tospiUi:t>
M s Mi.. j- Coi d, refres
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Neuroses Subject Of
Weekly Radio Program
The Dad C Hffitv Medical As-
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a weeklj es >f health educa-
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WTTT Sunday n ght fi >m 8 to
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Center is expanding its music,
cultural and dance program this
season and is inaugurating folk
dancing.
A meeting of all individuals
and organizations interested in
folk dancing has been called for
Tuesday at 8 p.m.. at the center.
450 S.W. 16th Ave. Purpose of
the gathering is to determine the
feasability of setting up such a
program to meet weekly at the
center.
Anyone interested is invited to
attend.
The center now has an active
ballet program in operation.
Tuesday and Thursday afternoons
have been set aside for children's
balle* classes under the direction
of Bernard Ostfeld. OstfelH also
teaches a women's modern dance
class every Thursday at 8 p.m.
A reries of informal pati? musi-
cales is being planned by the
center's music committee for No-
vember. The committee, under
he chairmanship of Sarah Rach.
line Meltzer. met Tuesdav !
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PPJDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1949
^JewlsiifhridUan
The American Jewish Congress
Philosophy Of Action
By BERNARD B. SEGAL
Field Representative
PAGE FIFTEEN
The Florida Women's Division
of the American Jewish Congress
begins the coming New Year with
(our well-organized chapters and
over 1.000 members as a result of
the remarkable leadership and
organizational capacities these
past few years of Mrs. Louis
Glasser. a national vice president
of the organization representing
Greater Miami, and aided by the
enthusiastic presidents and ex-
ecutive members of the local
groups. The Congress member-
ship in Greater Miami has be-
come the nucleus for an extended
membership and activities cam-
paign in the entire Southeast.
Uur aim is to form general and
women's division chapters in the
major Jewish communities of
Florida. Georgia. Alabama, Louis-
iana. Mississippi, Tennessee,
North and South Carolina, etc.
In so doing our ultimate objec-
tive is to create a representative
Southeastern Region of the Amer-
ican Jewish Congress.
Throughout the United States
and the world, the work and
philosophy of the American Jew-
ish Congress has long been sym-
bolized by the personality and
leadership of its founder and first
president, the late Dr. Stephen
S. Wise. ;ind the organization's
excellent record of activities in
helping to safeguard the civil,
political, economic and religious
rights of the Jewish people in
all countries, and its efforts and
accomplishments in helping to
make the State of Israel a real-
ity. Deeply concerned with the
I need for making the American
Jewish community more effective,
the American Jewish Congress
program is to help develop and
extend the democratic process by
fostering free and open discus-
sions on controversial issues: by
cooperating with the leaders of
the Negro community and fight-
ing discrimination against all
minorities as well as against Jews,
and by promoting cooperation
land coordination in national and
Ilocal Jewish communal endeavors
[conceived in a spirit of self-help,
[self-expression and self-determi-
Ination. Today the American Jew-
lish Congress is regarded as a
[major link in the chain of Amer-
ican Jewish national organiza-
tions assuring Jewish survival,
[and the promotion of American
land Jewish progress and culture.
Ilts national program and activi-
ties stem from four departments
which have counterparts organ-
ized in every chapter:
O/fice of Jewish Information
The Office of Jewish Informa-
pion provides literature on Jew-
psn affairs with the aim to lay
p foundation on which intelli-
gent and informed Jewish action
nay be based. Employing the
nost modern methods of com-
munication. OJI has established
information services for the press
find radio as well as for indivi-
dual and group use in homes,
pcnools and community centers.
Pis weekly "Jewish Newsnotes"
Pi comment and interpretation on
Mewish life and events in Amer-
p. Israel, Europe and through-
Um WorId is widely read and
P'fihly rated. OJI Jewish Affairs
Pamphlets issued thus far include
pme twenty titles such as: The
r2,, nf Y'ddish: Economic
lZ Am,"nB American Jews:
aucation the Jewish Child: The
R"nfavish Art: Religion and
bl ^"'Schools and How Is-
khL '", Be Governedall of
Inn makes excellent reference
' material for group
teen years is "Congress Weekly "
which enjoys a wide circulation
and is noted as a magazine of
progressive opinion.
Commission on Law and
Social Action
hifh?,ffeClnyJ a, RrouP of seven
highly skilled lawyers, econom-
ists sociologists and other spe-
cialists the CLSA works for the
utilization of the full power of
the law and public policy, and
the organization of social forces
to end every form of racial and
religious discrimination. In the
few years of its existence the
CLfaA has become one of the
foremost fighters against anti-
bemitism and a champion in the
legal and practical struggle for
civil rights and full equality for
all in a democratic society. Its
services to American Jewish Con-
gress chapters and regions and
public and private agencies in-
clude intensive research in pro-
ducing facts as a springboard to
action, major court experiences,
and contact and influence with
all branches of government and
law-makers. As a guide to Ameri-
can Jewish Congress legislative
and social action committees
throughout the country, CLSA's
steady flow of reports, memor-
andums and legal briefs are in-
despensible and serve to stimu-
late vital activity everywhere. An
example of recent or current hap-
penings in which CLSA is in-
volved will serve to illustrate
the breadth and scope of its in-
terests:
1. Massachusetts Fair Educa-
tional Practices ActAs a result
of a two year campaign by the
New England Division of the
American Jewish Congress, Mass-
achusetts became the third state
to enact a fair educational prac-
tices law when the bill drafted
by the CLSA was passed by the
legislature. Now to enforce it.
2. Expatriation CasesThese
cases involve a section of the
Nationality Act which cancels
the citizenship of naturalized (but
not native born) citizens if they
remain out of the United States
five years. The statute was a
State Department maneuver
against "Zionist Jews."
3. Kosher ButchersCongress
has instituted a test case to ex-
empt from the New York com-
pulsory law those stores which
keep closed on Saturdays.
4. DP Jews Congress has
brought two test cases to give
Jewish refugees from Moslem
lands the benefit of the Displaced
Persons Act.
5. Knickerbocker This litiga-
tion before the New York State
Commissioner of Education is an
effort to have removal charges
brought against the anti-Semitic
chairman of a College of the City
of New York department.
6. Stuyvesant TownBy a 4 to
3 vote, the New York Court of
Appeals dismissed the complaint
Lrought by three Negroes who
sought admission as tenants to
Stuyvesant Town, on the grounds
that no "State action" was in-
volved and that consequently the
Fourteenth Amendment does not
apply. A campanion taxpayer
suit brought by Shad Polier,
chairman of the CLSA executive
committee, was likewise dismissed
on the ground that a taxpayer
has no legal standing to bring
such an action. An appeal to the
United States Supreme Court is
being prepared in the Negro cases
(Dorsey v. Metroplitan Life) and
a petition for reargument in
Polier v. O'Dwyer. Both cases
United States Supreme Court in-
volving refusals to testify before
House Committees, Los Angeles
County Loyalty oath and the
HollyWood Ten. Consideration is
being given to the question which
SSSL PreS.ent, the constitutional
issues most clearlv9
9. NCRAC Stiio, of Faculty
rwmin.ati0U ~ The National
Community Relations Advisory
council has approved a CLSA
plan for a nationwide study of
discrimination against Jewish
teachers in liberal arts colleges.
The study will be conducted by
ef^1SuumTnity relations coun-
cils, Hillel chapters and regional
offices and national agencies and
will be coordinated by CLSA.
10. DenazificationCLSA is
considering means available of
changing American occupation
policy in Germany.
Commission on Community
interrelations
CCI brings the full power of a
highly organized and integrated
group of leading social scientists
and psychologists to bear on the
serious social problems facing
most of our communities today.
This commission has already de-
veloped a valuable body of
knowledge and experience
throughout the country in collo-
bration with community action
and social agencies. Its aim is to
gather data and analyze the basic
causes of group frictions, and as
a result of its research to develop
positive programs involving a
cross-section of the racial, reli-
gious and different economic ele-
ments in each community to col-
lectively further the promotion
of healthy inter-group and social
relationships. To this end CCI
has developed material and offers
professional guidance in organ-
izing community projects related
to social action for unity; person-
al incidents with bigots; demo-
cratic community relations and
organization; community self-
studies; influence and work with
schools; group belongingness and
the education of the Jewish
child; intercultural education;
problems of racial and religious
segregation and leadership train-
ing. This work has won the CCI
the Edward L. Bernays Award for
the best research on improving
relations between racial and reli-
gious groups. Locally the Florida
Women's Division endowed
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NOW FOUR TIMES A WEEK
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Department of World Jewish
Affairs
The DWJA serves as a liasion
with the World Jewish Congress
and enables American Jewish
Congress chapters and the Ameri-
can Jewish community to be help-
ful in coping with the many
problems confronting Jews
throughout the world. In this re-
gard the World Jewish Congress
is in constant contact with its
representatives and offices around
the world, and conducts vast and
far-flung activities through its 65
affiliated organizations in as
many countries. Of major import-
ance, the World Jewish Congress
serves in a consultative capacity
to the United Nations and has
been particularly influential in
the areas of human rights and
genocide. Concerned as it is with
world-wide political action and
the protection of the rights and
status of Jews everywhere, the
World Jewish Congress is also in-
volved with the problems of re-
habilitation and reparations and
the cultural needs of reconstruc-
tion. This year it was early to
warn of growing Nazi influences
in Germany and as a result of its
accumulated facts and document-
ations, the American Jewish Con-
gress called upon Senate of the
united States to conduct a pub-
lic investigation of anti-Semitism
and anti-democratic trends in
Germany. Consequently, as a re-
sult of a national delegation to
Washington, Senate Resolution
IZ5, calling for a probe of our
denazification program in Ger-
many, has been introduced by
Senators Pepper, Gillette, Hend-
nckson and Ives.
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46 Oz.
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12 Oz.
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N. W. 104th Street and 7th Avenue
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1055 N. W. 62nd Street
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